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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: September 13, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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'm i PRICE j PERCOPY $3.00 PEH YEAR \ HAMILTON' COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA, FR1DAY.SEPTEMBER. 13,196,3." .'' 93, NUMBER 37

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.Minutes,.Regular' Library- DiplomasGiven Live Oak Gets White Springs Senator KellyDemands EDITORIAL' r


Monthly Meeting Children I Big, Federal P. T. A. Meets\ License Why Publish The Minutes?


.Hamilton. CountyCommissioner The following children received Aid Grants The White Springs ParentTeacher Tag Hike Repeal The City Council of the City of Jasper at its regular *

from,the Suwannee River Association met Monday night
diplomas
meeting September 3 voted of
on to cease publication .
'Sen.
successful DON FUQUA REPORTS presiding. State Scott Kelly is. calling

*-I ;. 6 Regional completion JA'rrrm.-Jor of 'a summer; reading !:TROM"CONGRESS: : ,/ ::, atjf:30 in:the,school cafeteriawithMrsr OEtJthe.4d65. Legislature).Repealthe its proceedings;-.in The lasee r ewe. A public notice i tp I"that

Fred Whitaker, president: ""Burdensome* 'increase i fai effectap nlKfS th f "' -.' -' V-' ,
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Jasper, .Florida program ANDAMENDED s i lSSue 0 r. :
: FOREIGN AID BILL CUTT .
3, '1963 A diploma is awarded to each 3ne annual P.T.A. Halloween Automobile license Plates which .
The Board of September County Commissioners child who reads fifteen books, and! ,- The Hbufe.cl Representatives Carnival was discussed. It was decided -1 was passed by the 1963 session. I am a strongbeliever in the value of publicity on

: 'in.and.for Hamilton County a gold star is added for each additional on. August 2H; passed that it will be' held on IlaDo- Kelly from Lakeland. all public affairs. I believe that even when men believe

Florida met today in, regular fifteen books read. '' the 1lCsbyta! 1964 vote foreign of aid 244-186.authorization This bill I weeD night with the Executive I i The unannounced candidate for they are acting in the public interest, they will be just a
memberswere
following Board in
and the of the
.session JASPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL charge arrange- ;Governor predicted the tag Hike
provides for expenditures. of $35 little careful if know that their decisions will
Aaron more they
Jack Vinson,
: Parents
present ,6 stars -, Judy Pc7.vell..Alice m .rits. and teachers were ,could be rolled back "if the next
e Hogan, Lawton McCulley Gay and,Me Smith* Sally Smith, billion which was a cut ot J585mflfcon encouraged to participate in thefundraising I Governor of Florida will apply available. for all the citizens to read in the next issue of
and Grover Wheeler" ;4fr9sthe amount reported '
-the Ghin following business was trans 3 Stars Danny. Morgan J*attMorgan. by the committee. project. strong leadership to a demand for the local newspaper,. I believe that every body that handles
., This first meeting of the school I!I repeal of the license Tag Fee in I
acted.. ** :s Feeling that there were additional year was well attended. At, the ', public funds should be forced by law to publish a list
{ with the 2 Stars ; ajfenejBose,.Robert creases.
.matter The of Board fixing preceded rate of taxation for _-' ..:Urescher y-jX ,. Jr. Terry' ,Lee foreign cuts which aid shot&d be made I voted inour dose of the business meeting cup I I The Senator's views were expressed of their expenditures along with the proceedings of their

the County and School districts for Fine, Vichy l Miller against the program of the bill. cakes and Cbkes were served by during an I interview with meetings. A great many other folks think that way too.

.. the year'1965, and after:careful 1 Star Fran Dunaway, Claire passage Mrs. Beverly Bollard, refreshment i t[Hampton Dunn, of Tampa, editor At a I would that 50 different from allover
As guess say
consideration of the estimates'and I have stated many times hostess. persons
? Hill, Lanl Lieupo, Steve. I I of the Florida. Explorer, monthly
receipts and the estimates of ex- Muller Juda.: Lois Penning-: previously( I have been very-much r publication of the Peninsula Motor the county have, in the eight years we have been in

pendituresit,>*as.determined by Coin, Sormy.Scaff,,Rustyr: concerned about this nation's for.. Jasper asked if we couldn't get the school board minutes
the Board that the rate of taxation eign ,aid program.' The Clay Com, United ,States in maintaining the.j Club I (AA)., iiie: Triple A Motor '
... to meet'su-* expense would be for Wood Ricky Young: mittee.early this year pointed out j free world..But that does not'mean I[clubs of .Florida .were ,in the forefront published! in the PIPer So it was a distinct step forward
each of the fo lowing. mentioned: Diploma -- John Adams, Leah opposing,the tag increase during when their
most forcefully that this nation has that we should ste the substance I I tagreed to publish minutes a few months
,
purposes, the amounts estimatedand Ann Bischop( Jay, Hall, the Legislative fight. Kelly was
been trying to do far too much in] this nation' heedlessly.If "
declared and levied, viz: Johns Randy Johns, Iof i [ of the foes ago.
Kathy far too many places and that a! is my feeling that the backlog one o fthe hikein the
In order to meet the estimated Lynn Lieupo Wayne Miller much better job could be done by unxepended funds totaling some $7 I Senate. I believe the Councilmen were sincere in their belief
General I
.. Bind expenses: which of the is composed County of the Tommy'Raymond Owens, Rod Russell Rodgers concentrating our efforts: on specific billion would carry the program: for r The Club publication predicted that they were a!ting in the city's best interest but I believe
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and goals in fewer areas. {la' long white, that there are that Kelly's renewed attack on the
County: Service Officer Fund they mistaken. Let look their
Snalson Zip- were us at
Linda
reasonsas
the Agricultural Fund and Fire Judy On this particular bin' I was tional cuts that should be addi.j I hike will cause the ,subject to be-
Control and County Veterinarian.as perer. pleased to see the program, cut .the program. come an issue in the 1964 Gover- listed in their announcement:

consolidated under Chapter 26S74- JENNINGS SCHOOL from- $4.1 bSKon to 3.5 billion, but:j I want particularly to comment nor's Race now shaping up. They say all meetings are open to the public and
1951 Act .Florida General and Sec Diploma:"':' Kathy Harrefl, Stan- in opinion this cut the amendment which "His
adopted
my even was on I (Welly's) speaking up on be that the records are available at the City Hall How much
;J50.08 F. s. (County Free Library) &el Howard not enough. I voted formany of the:,jd: als nth\ shipments to Cuba. This half of the over-taxed motorist is '
and (Chap. 59-1313 (Chamber of WHITE SPRINGS SCHOOL amendments offered which would amendment which I was going to bound to smoke out the other candidates more_difficult it is to go up and sit thru the council meetings -

Commerce: ) is determined of 14.7 and mills'declared IStar. Donna Williams streghten the program and to cut .introduce, but,which was presented I I on the issue, "The Club than to read about them in the newspaper, and how
a that a tax rate Diploma Allen Keith Williams member of the AEairsCgnmittee I wrote. '
expenditures, byji Foreign
the dollar be levied and assessed many unnecessary I many of Jaspers citizens could Crowd into the meeting
upon Theufdllowing, children joined the but feeling that the cut of $585_mil would .cut .off. aid to
and it hereby imposed upon summer; reading program while lion I room, if all that were interested decided to Then too
all property lying, and ,being In was not enough, voted against lang countries which within 60 days I go.
said county on the first day of visiting in Jasper this summer. the bill. ,I'[after enactment of the bill failed I Florida Forest your editor asked to see a copy of the minutes eight days
2 Stars Wanda Cbggin, Ahokie, to ,take pppropriate steps to prohibit i I
January ,1963. In session which went well into after the meeting, and was told that they were not ready
In order .to meet the estimated N. C. the night the day before, anutnberj, ships under its registry from .
current expenses of the Fin and 1 Star, Ray Coggin-Ahoskie, N. of very* important amendments''carrying! ; any ecoriamic or military Service ReportsThe yet. 4

Forfeiture Fund it is determine, : C. were passed. 'Major amendments 'assstance to Cuba, or any equipment They call attention to the cost, $12 1 per month. Thisis
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of 3.00
and declared that a rate Diploma JuKe Roberts, added to'the :bill included tight- from Communists: ports. Florida Forest Service head-
the dollar'be levied end less than the cost of production for the especially
mills upon Groveland, Florida newspaper,
} ening the laws :of recipients of| A further amendment adopted quarters in Hamilton County reports -
assessed and being upon in said all* property county on lying the 4 Stars, Danny Wagstaff F quay foreign aid' that ship goods to Cuba covers planes as well as ships to one forest fire in the past since the financial report was added three years

first day of January 1963. Spring N. C. prohibited spending 'for the pro.t J encompass all shippin to Cuba. :The I I ago.'No one believes that $12 per month to insure convenience
3 Stars,Rick( Wagstaff, Fuquay '' week that, burned 12 acres. There
posed'state owned steel mill at Bo-j reason fs clear. Communist Cuba
To meet'' the estimated expensesfor of access to city business is too much to If
Spring, North Carolina: I have been 43 fires since January pay. on
and karo, India :required cutoff of is'9.. serious threat to aH the nations i
building, maintaining
preserving the the ,roads and bridgesof aid to underdeveloped countries J I" '.er Western Hemisphere. It i I I first which burned 123 acres. ly 50 of the city's citizens came down to the clerk's office

said :county as set forth in the fore- which refuse to 'enter 'into agreements seems consistent to me that 'we and asked to read the minutes, she would lose much more
estimated budget, it is hereby within ten'days that county with,the, States covering -(should 'give aid to those nations I
Institu than $12 in time from her work additional
closure proceedings will be j jI tern. This Is:to-be a 4115,800 project away probably an
determined and declared that a certain risks of private com-J which are trading with Castro i
w tax rate-of 10 mills upon the dollar I ted List: of Tax .Sale certificates certi- panies, and required that higher I j itherebyenabing: his corrupt and which wUl'provid. 88 man monthsof clerk would ,be necessary.

L ,_ __.be levied and assessed and it is fied jo the';Board of .County.Com- interest rates be charged on 'develftnn l.'dictatorial regime to continue while : labor ; The Jasper News reporter is asked to cover the meetings -
"-'r herebY_ >4mpesed.uporbaU"pcopeitylying : missioners HamiIton"C6unty- Florida nf*loIn TKT*-'***?*""**, ": '*****< jtt"Is tJis 'avowed u r x se- of pus i Both-of these programs,are- need .......
and being in said countyonthe elgible for foreclosure under jnatanr thatthis Communist govern- ed in these 'communities and 'weI and. .report them,.as ,a public..service IriveffectthoGty -
first day of January 1963. FS. a parliamentary maneuver, 'I'were pleased to see them of Jasper is asking of its citizens to make donation
current incidental Chap.194, 0961 a motion was made to recommitthe meat will be eliminated from this'Hemisphere. approved one a
To eet the expense ,
J and necessary for the oper C. No., 35;, Year Sold, 1960 date bill to committee with sepcific .. II I j'('after months of work I to the'city i that it does not ask of its other citizensDo
June 6, Descript. Lot 1 of block 13 'AIRPORT AT LIVE OAK
.schools of the county instructions to the bill from J The bill to the Senate The
ating of public G. S. & F. Survey, Genoa, Assessedto cut now goes Federal Aviation the citizens really want this service freeA.. small
and to pay salaries of teachers, ; IS $4.1 to $3.5 billion I voted againstthe for consideration, by that body. I Agency recently
Christian Church Sec. 17 Twp announced the 1964 Federal-Aid weekly does have the the
not
building and repairing school build recommittal ,for to have doneso. 'PALM TELEPHONE LOAN We I newspaper money or man

ings as estimated by the determined Board of Rg.C. 15E No. 37, Year Sold, 1960; date would have in my opinion, been'|Iwere pleased to announce last I Airport Acts Program. The Federal Airport power to attend all the meetings that should be covered
is
Public Instructon ,It 1 and 2 In effect voting for I week that the Small Business Ad-i I authorizes the agency to
June 6: Description: Lot passage. to produce the ideal newspaper. Why should we do this
and hereby declared that a tax rate t J administer within funds appropriated -
be Block 15. G S &; F Survey Jennings, personalty! could, not support this Iminstration has approved 'a development l. :'.
of 10 mills upon the dollar for the city and force the School Board and the Countyto
W. W. Sauls, forthe by the Congress a grants-in-
loan
is Assed to, program as presented and a great company ,
and hereby
assessed it
levied, all property lying Sec. 3 Twp. 2n, Reg 12EC. many others share this opinion ''Suwannee Industrial Development i i i aid program for the development pay for their minutes publication? ,
imposed upon No. 40 Year Sold 1960, Date Let examine few of the Corporation of Live Oak. The loan and improvements of public airports -
and being in the county xrf Hamil- 113 a The Jasper News has in the past, and will in the future
ton on the first day January 1963 June 6, Description. Lot 3 of Block facts. The foreign aid program of is for $42,000 for the Palm Tele-1 I To be eligible, an airport
32, G. S. & F. Survey, Jennings, ( be cover the meetings on special occasions, or when it
for the general school purposes. ; this nation at this time has a back- phone Company of Live Oak which ',must owned and operated bya
Estimates having been made by Assessed to Mrs. J. M. Browning log of funds in the amount of'some- will be used in expanding the company public agency such as a state county is important to do so, but we just cannot cover every
the Board of Public Instruction for Mackey Sauls Sec 2 Twp 2N Rg .. city or other political subdivi
$7 billion. ,Many of the proposed I there which repairs telephone meeting.
Hamilton County Florida for a 12E. expenditures, such as the steel I equipment. The loan will enable the sion. Such financial assistance is
C. No. 42, Year Sold 1960, date This phrase "as a public service" intrigues usWho
Special School District Current lull in India would be government company to create 26 new jobs. I.generally on a matching fund basis
Fund Iris hereby determined thata Jujiefc 6, De ritim, Lot 1 Block I the Government is better for services than the
'recorded in O. R. owned and are counter to the I IMPORTANT PROJECTS APPROVED -with furnishing 50 qualified to pay public public
the 3 except part
mills
of 10
dollar tax be rate levieed, and assessed upon/and book 5, 401 except O. R. American system of free enterprise I Two very important''1 percent( '"' of elgible project costs the city in this case.Jaspers .

it is hereby Imposed on property 16, page 441 Shiver's Addition Jennings an dthis steel mill in effect would projects for our district were .ap-j j j I :Suwannee County's'Board of Councilmen
lying and being in the County,of Assessed to Council Bohannon be competing in the "world market I proved here this week by the Aced j I Commissioners has been working.on City have always complained

Hamilton on the first day of Jan., Sec. 3 2N 12E with .our privately owned steel industry crated Public Works Administration .. such a program for Live Oak about the lack of public interest in the city's business, anda

1963. C. No. 65.;>Year Sold 1960, Date There has been waste and |I{for some time and in the programis lack of candidates. Surely they do not think that by

To meet the current expense. hi June G, Description, That part of duplication in many of the programs One project approved is a grant a grant of 513,750 to pave a run
paying off and canceling of the interest lot 8 ot Block 131 as recorded- & it is time that this nation of $225,000 to Suwannee County's way 3000 by 50', apron stub taxi- removing this monthly reminder from the newspaper

coupons and for the purposeof O, R. Book 16, page 179Lang's Survey took careful stock of where it' is Board of County Commissioners I way, ''marking, install low intensity they are helping to promote an interest in the city gov
to Martha
Chap.retiring 155, 1951 bonds Fla.in accordance Statutes for with the Grantham., Jasper Sec., Assessed 5, Twp lr Rg. 14E going to,spend foreign aid funds.I renovation of the Court House there .I runway lights, beacon, segmented ernment. I say that by this action they only discourage

purpose of a County Hospital mills Motion was 'made by Mr. Mc- think that we can all agree that i This is to be a $450,000 project and I circle marker and lighted wind public interest by making it more difficult to find out

upon the dollar is hereby-levied and Culley, seconded by ,Mr. McGhin, certain military assistance funds j will provide 290 man months of :cone.Much .
assessed and it is hereby imposedon and unanimously carried and the are vital .to this nation's security. ',labor. I use of the facility is planned about city business.

all property, lying and being in following resolutions, were adoptedby Such assistance enables many of I I I ..The other project approved for : particularly those flying in to I am surethat if enough citizens ask their councilmen -
the County of Hamilton on the first the Board: of our allies to maintain defense Apalachicola in the amount of the city for visits at the Florida
about this action their action be reversed. Just
day of January 1963 RESOLUTION forces, which augment; that of the $57,900 foraddtions to the water sys Sheriffs Boys Ranch. can
The minutes of the last meetingof WHEREAS, potential enemies of ,. think about the arguments above and call some of the
the Board was read by the the United States have the aresenaland
the councilmen. They are: Mayor C- E. Courtoy, Eugene C.
Deputy Clerk and approved by 'delivery systems to subjectthe
Board as read by the Deuty Clerk. United States to a devasting FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Lang Dr. Wade Ncrris. Jim Dunaway, and Tom Owens.

Mr. F. B .Harrell. met with the .I attack employing nuclear, chemical Meanwhile I wonder what the City Council did at
Board and advised the Board that I biological or conventional .
he had been,requested by a repre- weapons! and sabotage other acts :_ OPOSSUM their September meeting
sentative of Atlantic: Coast Line of clandestine warfare ,or a:combination -
Railroad to request the Board of of 'all such' p --
any or weapons
COMMON THRuOLTrAtt
Silk sold In retail stores.
County Commissioners to let the motion and Asks MilkCommission, (
6, 1963 by the the PARTS OF FLOR VAIN ',' 7'Such regulation and control of
passed August WHEREAS 'responsibility for, ,
Board of County Commissioners civil defense,of Florida vested in TOWMS, & WELL ASIT I any commodity is repugnant to the
concerning freight rates to include the State and its political subdivisions 'lHTHEML95SSURfiMESELDO ( American economic system Rs

I all Raidroads instead of just the andWHEREAS 11: 5pi 4$tE1i JICAiH w Be Abolished !jlation and control o fthe baste .

Southern Railway. Motion was I preparation by the SLEEPS W THE aWTOtfAN9 -indeed., nature's perfect food.-.Uincompatible '-..
made by Mr. McGhin seconded by County of Hamilton including all with it! and ts ;!
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ROAMS WOT
; bj Ken Folk, Orlando I"
Wheeler amend the said
Mr. to ,departments and services thereof.1 power and duty to place it beyond
6, SEARCH OF F00P ATKJ6HT Several School Boards throughout -
resolution as adopted on August .both constitutional and elected the of growing children Is
1963 and recorded in County Com 'officials, their facilities equipmentall a A simply ,not only to
missioners Minute Book 13, page municipal and industrial civil SYSTEM PERMITS IT TO were duty bound to reject an bids your,' concept of a free society, but to
345 to include all railroads, and defense organizations ha.ing'chil, EAT ALMOST ANYTIWIGALL for milk to be supplied to their i dour' obligations to the children
said moton was unanimously defense responsibilities_ ,>all other schools for the 19G3-1964 school en-
KINtS Of AArM.U.FOO trusted citizens of
carried defense to our care as
civil
agencies having responsibilities year Over a million children have
The paving of secondary roads in to .meet the conditions AS WELL AS fltZJITr ; returned to school this week. But I society. In effect Chapter 531 aa-

Hamilton County was discussed of war adversity, will deter, I g RKE5! f, GARBAGE when they sat down to their mid. the State and County in such a
I" and since the State Road Depart mine the effectiveness of the Coun % THE OtAY MARSUPIAL day meal of them found in I),thorizes the creation of a "Mftc

ment is behind with paving in Ham ty's operational survival capabilityand : oR"poIKHER'ktAMMM.y' effect an many empty glass-because I Trust" instead of permitting &a
lton it is
County, the desire of the
Board to write a letter to the State -!N HeATH AMERICA there was no milk! The reason for *price of milk to seek its own towel

Road Department in Lake City requesting WHEREAS basic to emergency' NEAR EMWDWC YOUNG that empty glass is Chapter 501))under the law of supply and de-
,operational capability is a public 'mand. The price of raffle affects e
of the Florida Statutes, enacted in
for a reason for the delay ..wen informed on the elements of ARE BOKH IN 13 DAYS I';
and also when the Board may expect -Individual survival and the provi- t ..1JV.one MOTHER'S 1933 creating a Mine Control Board'every family.'lbe commission
-
the bids for streets in Jasper sion of government plans for the '< $oW Yov 'petfCM UMTILwar known since 1939 as theMBC Com'was: created during the depths of
I
White Springs and other the depression as an emergency
projectsset protection of the people OLP'-. mission, and subsequently amended -
forth to be let by, the State I NOW THEREFORE, BE IT REsolved :2. MONTHS td include control of the price measure to protect the ptedtiei

Road Department. .I by the Board of Countyin FLORIDA : OUROb1YNATIVE: '1 paid producers for milk la be used But we have been told by several
T' The Clerk filed the following list regular session assembled; do tt'/ MAMMAL THAT CAM In the schools The Commissionhas I fi'administrations that the defref-

.' of Tax Sale Certificates, under, ,treby agree and approve the HamIlton WLPUFE. HAHfi BV ITS T IL ,_ had for several years the ![sfan'is over and that the era of
Chap.Board 194 instructed with the Board and the :. County: Plan for Civil Defense N ; TRACES, power to set minimum wholesaleand j emergencies Is past. Why ,!4te e..
the County Attorney (Revised Edition), together with [ 501 be repealed
cannot Chapter
the milk delivered fore
prices on -
to notify of this .1 .. retail
; : owners property .
its several Civil
for the
annexes CAME AMP PRE5I1 WATER FISH COMMISSION J aha the Commission abolished
: c and advise if same Is not paid FLORIDA.. '. to'your doorstep and the
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the theme was,flashed on the wa1L Julian Wood The comings and goings: of Labor the-young people in the church and weekend together and Mr. and Mrs
A | The hostess invited the guest into Marion Deas Day are quieting down. Jasper the responsibilty of the church William Vickers of St. Petersburg

the dining room and served nut Bertha Register folk are settling down to other ac membership.in.that regard.. left from hero to go td Kansas to
r .
spice cake with p xich. I y s tivities. Clubs recessed for the ; visit their son in the Army Corps.
..The Jasper Home DemonstrationClub Being money :' minded. because summer are busy withtoard meet MrS.//Blanch Perry was called to I I Johnny, -wil go with them on to

Ft : (1't.( .', voted money for sheets for.tot. or for lack of,.it hazardous...... ,", .* ings planning for a good winter, Tampa Tuesday morning becauseof Colorado, and they think Yellow
a A. .f.) Hamilton HospitaL Lois Curry was I The e.- program; church groups are taking the death of her sister-in-law, Stone Na idiar'Park. '
them. Monday night Bridge Club ;Mrs..Lucy Perry PplhilL
appointed to buy ( the;work mace earnestly.A .
I .
,. resumed its for the : ., .
meeting .
t .,\.l. . i j season I News Is t.the Ackenhusen
'with, 'a supper atMary Francis card from Mrs. E. S. Clifton The Florida
Federation of Worn-.
Mr andM 'S. Milton twins all settled their
Jesse : are ( are in college
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,.. Lewis home Monday Sept:; 5": Bryan, Texas, she is en- en's Clubs '
I I again hosts at the Suwannee motel lot gays will hold the Fall board first time apart for any length of
h\'qie1f7- Sh'ae on 24 sl .route to Los Angeles for a visit meeting in Panama City, Septem(
1 They reserve their home on Mulberry time in their whole life. Kathleen) .
Charles Kingsley. iSlS61'D with her Bruce. ber I
son 29-October 2. It is
thought
street an dgo back once ina Akenhusen is at Florida State Unl, .
the work that's '
Maybe "Work" is the theme song r end, while. !iTho:: it's dull at whiles nearest 'S. several. of the Jasper dub will attend ,versity in Tallahassee while Carol '

of September. [He prays that he may find one Helping when you meet them Mrs. Wylma White Home Demonstration . Ackenhusen is at Emory Univer- .
"Cheerio" from Isola Ewring out > after death > Mr. and Mrs. C. D Barker left Lame dogs over stiles; t Agent and Mr. Ranee"Andrews sity Atlanta Ga. The Rev. and Mrs ;
in Mexico gives such 'beautiful. I : ,, last week for a week's vacation See in every hedgerow leave Monday for the Annual The class in Old Testament His Richard Ackenhusen are on vacation -
work poems this month. The Jasper Home Demonstrationclub down in the Ridge at Avon Park t Marks of angels feet Agriculture Extension Conference tory met Monday evening at the before he returns to Broadway
"WORK"'Margaret t had"the first meeting of the they'will visit Mr. C. D's Epics in each:pebble ., in Gainesville Oct., 17-50-.a High School -Prof. Moore of i',Methodist Church in Orlando wherehe
Specie Anderson Fall season Wednesday afternoonthe brother. They left late Wednesday :Underneath our feet. I Week of conferences with special- North Florida Junior College teach is-the.pastor.- Broadway is one
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"' fiIie. is the shape forever: set 5th. at the home of Edna Bar- afternoon the 5th ,and spent ,the: r ists in designated fields ing. j!'of Florida's large churches
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'-betweenThSfjhoughUajaj/. '. ker .The Barkers are in their night,with.Mfr.and,Mrs..KeUyJMa: |L ){r. and ;Mrs. ,Fred- Taylor .at-I Dr. E. T. York the new provost. Thirteen attended but the =
4' .form-, ,the$vision apaeasat l tximg.and=the:/gLests''ton's't.parenU- Inverftessr***'terded- the Seller let mnu n ."uP'open.the-.meetliig'. : ed'15_and perhaps'more are' .\ Miss ,Anndaughter Lees Alleys ofgspcala .., ... ...._.' ....
and the deed; .were allowed to inspect it. Off-the 'near Carlo, Ga.: Sunday. i M. X Watkins, Director of the ed. j, of the Rev. and Mrs. Ray
The hidden'light the glory all family room is a screen porch with Rev. and Mrs. Harry Horton and 'Florida Ag. Extension, Miss Anna I I This is an opportunity for Bible,:mood Alley spent part of the week .
unseen, a.bequiling view:of the out dOors- small daughter Angela were in The Lydia Circle (Baptist) met Mae SDces sand Dr. Margaret C.I I!students. Mrs. Grace Stephens will
I bring to mortal,'sense, mortal grassy lawn and,'tall, pines town Sunday. They are visiting in at the Educational Building and Browne are other speakers. ,I.,be able to give further information. Continued on Pace 6)
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need. i i i Mamie -Lewis''called the /neetlng the county. Their home is in Jackson Dorothy Carter and Irene Taylorwere :There will be breakfasts, lunch-: I
-.loves me not my sorrowing to order-and Blanch Deas gave'the Mississppi. Rev. ,Horton was hostesses. Norah Page led. eons, and banquets with special I v The Christian Youth Fellowship(
stave; is, he. ,,devotional Iatters; of interest for interim pastor of Jasper' First Baptist :- the program. !speakers at each. I in White Springs had its first meet Iing I

Bent with burden known of the.;rod ,I the fall were discussed'Wykna I' at one time and Mrs. Horton The Circle voted $10.00 for linens. }nie Epsilon Sigma Phi banquetwill I ,with about 20 young people at-
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But K r3 be; *-, Agent, presented the program I' They have many friends who I I Rickenbacker: of shipwreck fame once the ice was broken and I III
And: use:me aritIr jo'ance of aMan's I lesson "Color! 'in,the Home"wth: would like to see them return to !i II| Inscription on the wall above the chairman now of Eastern Airlines II questions came as fast as they I
: .
god / '.<'"".. .- samples of 'wall paper drapery Florida. I I main entrance to the old Medico- Board is the speaker for the final ,!could be answered. The old people 1 1i
or"master now' a part of the graduate Hospital i!who are promoting this organization -
lord still I am.his material :'and other things'.pertaining banquet Friday evening.
friend- to the home furnishing. The, There is no magic way to ad-University of. Pennsylvania. i . ,I were encouraged.i .

Desire for me is simple as his- member were given the- 'same: vance in life. No legislation will i, Herman Miller* the* architect is October, 12 on. a Saturday. 4-H I i I
breath 'assembling them : put you there-no push ,no bad Evelyn and Roy Graham made a
; according to rule. girls and boys will stage their
Yes Baiting, old and toiless,for the I! A film strip further developing i manners. To advance one must i"the author, "Think not the beautiful Harvest Show in the park. Girls:,ivfc t to the mother Mrs. W. ,A.
[ of soul shall perish un
make himself worthy in thought in doings thy ,Lewis' n'the'weeknd. They broughtthe
.. : !( ;will exhibit work they' have done. .
.' ,, I. .. "'" ..... education ,in decent living. No remembered. They abide with theeI wedding pictures of the lovely
I I forever and alone the good Thou The boys will feature dairy and
money buying unaccustomed luxuries ; |reCent bride grandaughter, ; ,Betty
will do It is edUcation 'I''doest nobly. Truth and Lore ap- corn exhibits. .Sue' Sabin
,
no good.
One Week l! deedof This will be good to see. .
Each and gentle
Only' on the real sense heart and,,prove. pure .5 'I
mind. mercy brings an honest recom- .I have it on good authority that Y
Down'in White Springs, the P.T.A. .- '
and from-it looms that sovereign
Back in the 19th century William pence fall'is the time to plant grass.
had an enthusiastic meeting last
Ellery Channinj delivered some knowledge of thy duty donea I I know from experience that the
week. There about 60 attend- rsWottTPoeraa7sh
of were : I
lectures on the Elevation of the Laboring joy beyond all dignities hot summer time is not the time.
classes. "Thought intelligence earth. 1874-1916. :ing. The Halloweeen Carnival is f I Any i
'set for October 31st. RUBKER STAMP from tt,.
.is the dignity' of a man and I S' I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Black Jr' .of
I Could it be that the makers of .a7 smallest t* tHl. .er7
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is but in I Gainesville Florida visited here
no man rising proporton I a
The Jasper 4-H'ers girls and
with -
as he is learning to think clearly' zippers have an agreement short while this week en route to :. .
I' the boys-had their first meeting of ialltr RUBBER
dress designers concerning
and ( l tWaynesville North Carolina where
forcibly
I I STAMPS rvccedlr built
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back-dress the fall on Monday and Tuesdayo !
His ,chief vocation is tothink" long abominable zippers have Ut
I they spent part o fthe summer ys year* aad years
,
fthis week. This ,
was an organizational I
I am reminded of the opportunities ? already. and are returnng for:: bagcr.
meeting with plans for
Americans have for education for I' a fall vacation. I Faster crrfee at price far
1 I'm not for this kind of humilitytho 'the. fall > '- [
the young, the old the rich the programs.V .'PK below what r a would ordinarily
poor of every race That is our :- Mrs. Lois Curry met with the Mr. and Mrs. "Yank" Worley of j expect to pay. ,
"I met a turtle In the road, I Com la and
task. I' members of the Woman's Club Valdosta have been Spending come se. as.e ray
An humble sire was he. time in Jasper with Miss Marian RUBBER STAMP need
board [ I
Tuesday morning.
w He bowed his head and wiggled that r.. may ban. We al..
A and Mrs. Charles Haigler The family is
Q. :. Mr. The first meeting October 11 Worley recently. have a wide *ele tlea ef
and son (Mrs. Haigler will be re-I I his "tail, and gave the road tome will be a Tea and Fashion Show. busy redecorating the family homeon ', MARKING DEVICES fee

A o 04't'41. membered as Doris Stephens Committees are at work now. In- Central Avenue. l'f fI fI rear Inen and privcM
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daughter of Mrs. Ada Stephens There is dignified humility vitations will be mailed to the .

Knowles) of Ft. Deposit, Ala. and let you go first. because. .' I will It. (j teachers and to the cl -minded. The Vickers children had the THE JASPER NEWS .
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Haigler of (' Looking forward to t
d Haynesville Ala were the over Mrs. Lucretia Sills, who has been,!the newcomers.Christmas season the committee I
of Mrs. Horace Lewis ill in the hospital had a spend4he-
night guests
is planning a Christmas dance I SCIENCE SKETCHES
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and Mrs. Raymond Camp, Labor. day party at her home Sunday, 'with orchestra etc.
1 8. There were 62 in the family -
entertained Sept. ,
Day. They were at
sup r i The Club season appears bright
who attended.
at the Everette Brown cabana connection
per and a good is anticipated.!
; year ,
with Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Lewis Mrs e;i husbandof of oil insect ..
hostesses."To j Harry Basset of Quincy I BEETLES: are the largest
Camp Dons Carter Basset, is recovering the Natural
reports Chicago
groups
Reg. $169.75 VALUE govern oneself ,not. others from operation,in Way- I ill size
an
4 sfS is true glory eye ., History Museum ranging
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OUR I cross. .' ,? I I from the tiny featherwing to the j'

"I would have ..every man stand) The McCall kin had their annual Mrs. Lucy Perry Polhill died 1 Goliath a giant African Insect as .

PRICE $125 Ii on his own ground, and take his reunion Sunday, Sept. 8, at the usual Tuesday morning at her home (in large as a mouse. It would take 23
place among men according to personal place O'teno Park near High Tampa I;' after several weeks' 'ill'ness. million featherwings to equal the
11 ONLY endowments and work xxx II Springs. Going from here and t, weight of a single Goliath. YI
I would have every member of. Jennings' were Mr. and Mrs. Paul I Mrs. Polhill born Lucy Perry, -
ti $2.00 A WEEK the community furnished with such i I Weber and daughters, Mr. and Mrs was the last of an old, prominent
1 1 means of improvement .that, if .Oscar Cowart of Tallahassee, Mrs. ,Hamilton County family. She was
faithful to himself he may need no I Maud Havener, Mr. and Mrs. J.' V. ,the sister of the late George Perry. i
outward appendage to attract the McCall of Jennings' and daughter I The family lived in the prosperous 'r :

respect of all around." Mrs. Hancock of Palatka, and Mrs.. cultured Bellville section of the I :
Bertha McCall. ,I'county many years ago.
Sarcasm is a killer? There were about 131 at the Re- It is with a note of sadness we q

( . union saying "Howdy," chatting, "record the homegoing of this gracious .

i Mrs. Leonard Register (Bertha) reminiscing as McCalls know how. lady."Farewell. -
iI received the oppointment Tuesdayto I "A good time was had by all," you dear voyageur :
the Sunwannee River Regional I may be sure! IThe river winds and turns; \ .
Library (Hamilton Div.) board. I Mrs. Phyllis Knorr and son, The cadence of your song drifts
I- She takes the place of Rev. Ed 1 Knobby Knorr were guests of Mfs I near to me.- .
Montgomery Jr.' I I Horace Lewis and Mrs. Raymond And now you know the thing that .

The Board members now are Camp last week. Knobby was: eriI all men learn: !
: Virginia Chandler Chairman I I I route to college over in New Mexi- There is no death-there's immor- SOME GASES are drier than others. "
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GEORGIA Bonnie HUlhouse( White Springs) co. ; tality. Carbon dioxide used to shield arc

;-_ _.*,.V'V.. ."..:r_ --.4' "'''''' -AAAAAA'''".._--_.........__..__..._..._ ._.... welding must be very dry ,(40F.
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dewpoint) to avoid spattering of hot

E LIQUID SUGAR may be headmetal,jeports Cardox. Because it is
Lake lUNGS BERRY J
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Lynn ? .5 5 ing for the nation's store nearly inert, COj prevents molten

.. The Weselyan Guild met 'at the stielres. Recent consumer metal from combining with impari.
home of Mrs. D. R. Kirkman Mon testing indicates that acceptties in the air that could cause the

Estates ; day evening Sept. 9 Mrs. Billy ante is a sure thing. hardened weld to be below standard. .
HOMES Jones led the program concerning J ,

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r. MODEL HOME NOW I OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM- y rfv vi JVt.


_1: NEARING. COMPLETION Home Ownership Is Very Simple f Order Your Trousseau ofwedding :


Pictured, is model D-90-2B1', a. typical i 1 example; of: When Handled by Experienced '

Lynn Lake Estates. = Stationery

People! j' ; :

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I TOWNSEND HOMES: CORP. ; : Exquisifsly ihsrniogr.wd iy r

WILL BUILDTT I


i* I 3-bedroom' or 1/ bath I YcH/H b. so provd of yw tariff+ otto .rr don In ovtifvBy carts

faff end >W1 W pU. >J of A* Mra&te prfc mod posi&to
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F' ON YOUR LOT i .

t ,,,, S w.... Mvbaia.+ CaJUng Cods i
V.A.: No Down Payment i<5i 8M MM.tkaaotMs t9ooHad SfotfoftOfywd !

F.H.A. ,Minimum Down, ,.. I. Ji hMtattent "InformdHofM! '

(Small Closing Cost) i 'GIft AcIInewWpMntJ wmmed NOMuRSMsfeftboob.

-1 Other Type Financing Available :I' 'r! !r. /fir Nw. McnorcmmecI' .
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Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramore
It To"' Corrmlete Ii :iormi lion,bee I S \ 0 A'COIIIpIm, Mbcflon of comet ifyto,
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EDDIE McGHIN over. years experience in the construction J
'-= and of homes. IRA Y.. ....... ..... Y "
financing
792-6631- I lei ..
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LYNN LAKE ESTATES being; developed by: Mr. TOWNSEND HOMES\ CORP. .

Eddie McGhin in conjunction with Townsend 0 .,- ,. I* O

Homes Corp. 'Every home will have one or I 1J/2! baths Builders of Kingsberry Homes CftUdo4'

1hree.bedrooms with many optional features. All WIll :_ P. O. Box 366 JASPER te Sample .

be brick veneer .* F,?" \ "N?eWS

VISIT LYNN LAKE ESTATES NOW AND PICK ARLIE TOWNSEND. Owner '- ThepSasPer

YOUR PLANS AND LOT WHILE THE SELEC GENE PARAMORE, Sales Manager i .

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"" .Hamilton. jOctahatehee'! .in Northwest ;.Harnil* \Gl'O'o'erVhee1er ......-...&. '6.25' Joseph Hayes .......... 25.001 I I .JENNINGS-:: --: ANDY PRINE. I Mr.Bourke+ first tells of his lead
I :County ..I ton County,rfo rtbe purpose'.of'con: j "Lawton -rlc01l1ey; ........... &25 Hill Mfg. Co. .Janitor Supplies "
;sidered said lake in fish management Guy McGhin: ... ........... 6.25 Jail ................ ..... 1S350 f f role in Broadway hit "Look Homeward -
CommissionersDefense I area. f Colonial Life Ins. Co Ins. .Jasper Laundry Laundry-Jail 21.31 NEWS SOUGHT FORTELEVISION I Angel" his parts ini many
I Upon the study being made re-
of Hamilton County promulgated salts of said study to be reported to" Sept.-...................... 3.00 Charlie Rhoden: Sheriffs Cost &: by Ray Nell Burnett ( : = his co-star role in the
pursuant to the provision. r< Board JL County: CommissionersI Co. Officers & Employees,ReUre- Feeding prisioners; ....1845:06 1 series television
of Chapter 252 .Florida1'. Statutes, 1 1 I I Hamilton Cb-jnly Florida Miss Fund Aug. .............. 14L49. .John H. McCormick County .Judge i I; I hope everyone s enjoying l school Andy: Prine, the Jennings boy -I. "Wide Country".
Executive Order, dated 31 August 1961 Offce of the Governor State Past and adopted this 3rd day of., Sec .... ............-... 7L37 .John H. McCormick Salary their heads in their books. .plays and movies is still definitely Jack: Webb story producer
of I. orida and Florida Civil Defense -I(September. 1963 't tI I Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. .Juvenile .Judge .........70.00 '' We have a fine bunch of hand- on the way up. He s featured in a wants Andy to play the
Plan 1962 a necessary step in I I> A'iTEST Thelma Lewis, Clerk I 1 Sept .. 59.80Bud Joseph P. Holloman Salary seniors this Although story on Sept. 5 in the Miami Her- "Andy Griffith role': 'in a television
Alice .Jones D. C. t..Whiie.Heahh some year. series based on "no time for Sergeants -
advance of actual: disaster or cz*>- by Bullard Springs Juvenile Couns. ...- 49.21 : ald. Its an amusement column
trophe and as a part of the compre-1 I I .Jack Vinson, Chairman. Office Aug. 20.00 C. A. Avriett Conviction Fees .& we miss last year seniors. writtten Bourke. ."
by
George
hensive plan and program for the' The following bills were approved State Treasueer Contribution: Comm. on Bond Est. ......154156STATE : Our boys that went to Canada -. I -- -- ---
Civil Defense of Hamilton County. I''I for payment: Aug. .. 1013.91 WITNESS FEESD. will be home this 'week.
Passed and duly adopted this 3rd GENERAL, FUND Manning's Radio Service, Air I... Gapps .............. 3.00 i i -
.day of epterab3r, 1963. INDIGENTS Conditioners as per bid Mrs. Minnie Shiver ........ 4.20 Mr .and Mrs. Mildred Hughes
'. Jack Vinson, Chairman ai 'MrS"COUNTY.) :Mae Long-2M. X.f- 15.00. I S-6-63 .... ................ 724.00 :Mrs. Ireen Culbreth ........- 3.00 and.children from Valdosta visited L THE WORLD OF

; ATTEST: Thelma Lewis, C.erfc: Circuit .-.1,'. Louise Cribbs1 K.7c.! <... '6.00 I Sargeant-SoWenHns'EJa'" & Charles Rogers ...I.......... 4.20 Mrs Besse Kent this past weekend.Mr. I
C.ourtof Hamilton County, 'Eva Lee ............. 1i U1) I Flag Pole :r 174.76 Roy L Mathis _............. 4.20 Riley Waters has chanked
By Alice Jones D. C. i, Ida'Mae Smith .........; 10.83 Sanfax Corp. .Janitor Sup:plie 35.60 Bill Lock .. _... .......... 4.20Clayton the schedule from .600 to
skating
RESOLUTION BY BOARD OF)i I I L '.tie LIccciy ............ 15.00 Hill Manufacturing Co. .Janitor i i j Bradshaw......... 4.20 ;
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HAMILTON .i|I M;s. Frank Miller ........ 12JCJ I' Supplies .. .:. .. 6&25 Willie Mae Bevins .......... 4.20 9:00 Monday thru Friday and 7:30
COUNTY, FLORIDA TO1' Mrs. James Royals ........ 10.00 Isaac Chandler: Jr. Refund I Harold Reid .................. 3.10.to 11:30 Saturday.. Everyone come
IMPLEMENT FLOK1DA $TA>efCkiKT
TUTES 1951 (CHAPTER 252)) WHEREAS, there exists the possibility : -!, Bessie HoLoway .......... 12.03,I CoL Co. Agt. Office ...... 102.851 Albert .Jones .:........... 3.101 I Mrs. Gesell from Jasper is visit-I' $ANA tAt
of an attack upon the :I: Wire. Ruby Radfonl .......15.00 i Lanier System Corp Thermofax": .Joe E. Morgan ............ 3.10 in gfriends here In Jen Ings. :j OPERA TjQNS,
United States of unprecedented size ''Joseph P. .Jones ............ 15X0: ]I Paper ;.................... 28.03 '! .J. S. Padgett ..........."., 3.101! :ji i hNOWErt NdiCRTANT REA6ON.p ,n

and destructiveness, and Rachel Moore ..... ......... 14.00 ,Xerox: Corp. Photo Supp..146.85F Willie .J .H-lden ........... 3.10 } Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, McElhvean RECREATION 1
WHEREAS is considered imperative I I tAnAie Mae Whitaker ..... 10.00 Kenneth Tuten T. A. Com. 40LOO, Willie B. Seymore .......... 3.00 was glad to announce the brith of I t' s.
to provide: for thee effec-i I Rance A. Andrews SaL & Exp. Co. ; BAILIFF CIRCUIT COURT ; OcUle Carter .............. 3.00 a son Ronald Eugene Sept 2. i I
tive operation of Civil Government J! Agent ..................... '304.60 .Joe Register ............-..- .32.00 :James Walker ............... 3.60 I Is her 1f
:Miss Jane Pafford
under National emergency''conditions 1| C. A. Avriett Sal. Co. Atty. .. 59.00 CVaton Bradshaw....... 24.00 W. D. Pittman .............. 4.70 visiting j
to supply) the necessary social: : SALARY CO. COMM. i .J, Addie Smith ............ 72.00 F. O. Park: .................. 4.70 parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pafford,
services to survivors of the attack; I I Aaron Hogan ............' 117.501 I. .J. D. Sills *............... 40.00 Henry Johnson. ............ 4.80 .Jane is at Nursing School at Macon j I
to sustain morale; restore economic Graver Wheeler .......... 103.91/| Russell Rhoden 56.00 I Hattie: Mae Wright .......... 3.10 I I I am glad to hear that Mr. Jack j x
I! functions and facilities the earliest I:;, Jack Vinson ......,.. 115.47 Thelma Lewis Refund, Postage & .*>nr> Boles .............. 3.10 \ Vaughn is feeling better and II i '
,. possible resumption fuctions 1[ Lawton McCulley.....',.. 103.97 Clerk's Fees 63.80 Willie HoVlen .......:=... 3.1'1'wish him a speedy recovery. I y.t
temporarily suspended through- Guy McGhin .. .. 112.77 J. O. Burch Co. Ct. Hs Supplies &: I Oavtoa B.-adshaw .........4.20 :Mr. and .Mrs. Blair and boys .!I
necessity )andWHEREAS. Isaac Chandler, .Jr., Expense Col. Supplies for Flag Pole 21.74 v"ntre Wm. McLeod ..- 6.50 Robert and'Dale from Jacksonville ,
Chapter 252. Section Co. Agent. ...... 75.00 The H & W. B. Drew Co. Office n'-e; 'tek J./>e ........... 3.10 visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy Blair
B, paragraph ((1)), Florida Statutes Thelma Lewis Sal. Aug. ... 453.30 Supplies ;. _28 83 F.1'r1_ -f'n Harris ............ 3.10 and family.
1951 authorizes and directs each Ann-C. Malpas Sail. Aug '195.00 i Bowen.Suppiy; Office :>upp, -l.i.;. aI I i-' .. Dve ..... 3 1n I. '
county. to establish a County Civil Margaret Register". Secf to Co. I 1 General Office Eqp. Co. Office ,jjs-v'fll' Semritv Acct., .. 1.93 "Mr.. and :Mrs. Albert Sauls visited '!
,Defense Plan and:: program.' : Agent :23.09 Supplies 33.60 Co Off. &: Employees Retirement Mr .and Mrs. Sauls and relatives.
NOW. THEREFORE BE IT.RESOLVED Wylma B. White SaL & Exp Home Dan Braswel' T <' (01TTTl '"L77Jtm F"id. 8.57 :Mrs. J. A. Stephens had as her

by the Board of County.)| Dem. Agent. 256.77 ,. H. McCormielc! Coroner's ROAD & BRIDGE FUND weekendguest Miss Patricia Shi- ,
Commissioners of Hamilton County j i Ethel G. Dedge Sec. to Home Fees 3.00 AIARY ROAD EMPLOYEESONeal ver and Miss Espiranzo Perez.',
the legally constituted: governing1' .. Dem. Agent .. ....... 69.28 Dr. Fred T. J*>kter Com. Re: Goolsby 204.04W Miss Perez is a student at North i
body' thereof, in official session O. O. Edwards Sal. Asst. State Incompetency P-o5 v 30.00 S. .Jackson 80.87 Florida Junior College and Miss !;
assembled this 3 day of Sept., 1963 |I Attorney 8.93,"'Dr. .J. R. Bruce Comp. Inc. Alex Mathis \95.64 Shiver is a student at Valdosta r \ p yptt
that the Board of County Commissioners Wm. Randall Slaughter St. Proceedings 30.03 1 Sherwood Miller (bal. due) 298.59W. State.
Mrs. Bobbie McCleTan Ccmp. Ire.
and the Mayor of the cities :;! Attorney 16.56 Proceedings 6.00 D. Stewart 244.87 The weekend before this Mrs. : IpH5
of .Jasper Jennings and White 26.79N. T i. We tberry 208.94 '
Eva Akins Sect to Ct. Jirjge nn had house party. '
Mrs. Mallora I Stephens quite a
Wigelsworth Comp.
........ .105.35
established Tn"1 PotVt
Springs are hereby as H. Williams; < SaL Yard upKeep I I| Incom. Proc. 3.JO Her guests were Miss Perez, Miss
the Civil Defense Council of Hamilton :41.57 PrbPrt Oilhreth 205.54VIr" I
County .Florida, pursuant to Addle Mae Smith Sal, T. G .John .H. McC-rmick: Comp. Inc. W11i"ms ......... 19L04 Shiver, :Miss Nery Toledo Mrs:' ___.
the intent and provisions o fthe Office 73.97 Proceedings 22.50 p.1dolr'i T"pr, ........ 116.85;:i Linda Eason. Miss Virginia Bates j jI LAM V.Mpt p0q_. __MN 11Kt N T OtrrMMrN. ..,.rt.,toww .t RWD!
Florida Civil Defense Act Chapter Kenneth Daniels Say & Exp Ser. Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Fees 566.69 .-.....-- r..am. .. ........ 165.35'.|I Mis Charlene Bates, :Miss Brenda M+ETr RQ Di NMLT iMIO MAMTAIA' .T :
-N.PIo
o vAVeR m++pwas.
B. White
252 ,Florida Statutes, as amended, Officer 150.97 I I I Wylma Refund p. on nafl;els 205.54. Butler and Miss Ruth DeVane, !!!L
and other applicable laws. Gloria .J. McGauley Sal. T. A. Expenses 35 48 I r .v,1... T.. Cf ntham 21554 enjoyed a swimming party at Twin .
Passed and duly adopted this 3 Office 83.97 Roundtree .&Son Funeral Home po4-.. p........4-nr ......:... 168.35 Lakes, a movie at Valdosta and ,
day o fSept 1963. William Kyser SaL Vet 482.65 ., Transportation, Charges, Co. r'M1 P. *W*;'s' 230.94 other outings arranged by Mrs.!
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Indigent 20.00 R.ucsellVhite 258.35J. NOTICEThe
.Jack Vlnson, Chairman Charlie Goolsby SaL Janitor 180.60 Stephens.
City of ,Jasper, Utilities CtHs. & ... 1350<<
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Be it resolved by 'the Board of Walter H. Davis Sal. Maint 23.09Julian *f ves -
CoL Co. Agents Office .... 20.15 111.16 I l
County Commissioners in Wood: SaL Civil DefenseI R?n Gon1 lsbv .- We understand that the Adult
session; regular Director 112.77 Western Auto Store Supplies: T.-e-l Sr>n. ........ 121.16 Classes are now open. Anyone who (. City Council at its Regular meeting Sept. 3,
Pole ...
That the Game.and Fresh Water EXPENSE CO. COMM: Western Flag Union Service Sh. L60 Earnest Webb 100.07 II wishes to take typing shorthand, 1963 voted to omit ,the publication of minutes of its
Fish Commission Aaron ...... ...... Blue Cross BTue Shied Ins.
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requested to Hogan 625 Office 3.39 I or bookkeeping without credit may j
make a feasibility study) of Lake .Jack Vinson ....-.........., 6.25 Miligan Office Machine G>. Rep.T Catty.Security Acct..S. S. .80.50Cntial coming to class at the high school.. J Jent'er meetings in the Jasper News. This action was taken

.-----------------------.-----------------------_-.. ,- titer ?, 27.50, ..147.37 any Tuesday night by just. after Discussion of the following points.
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North. Fla. Telephone Co. Co. Officers & Employees Retirem. Anyone, who wants credits must i 1. It will save the expenditure of $144
We wish to announce Service Aug: ...... .......248.75 Fund. 162.61 enroll at once, see Mrs. Stephens of : per year
LIBRARY FUND C-1onia1 Life Ins. Co. ,Sept. .. 6.00 I for a program, and make up the i cost publication.
I( NEW OFFICE HOURS T-'ARY AUGUST M. D. Moody & Sons, Payment on 'lessons already missed September| 2. All meetings are to he public and
Blanche Deas ............ 137.09 DrR lip ......792.00 be the last day new students -'' open ,
Kenneth Wood ............ 15.00 ",-n,,wn wp'.t"OV. *' S11 Plies, Sup 17.58 I 20 will for credit. records of the meetings are available to,the public at I
:; For Our Jasper Office ;, :Evelyn Adicks ............ 30.00 The Lantdsle: Co. Lumber I will be accepted ;I City HaD-

Mrs..Mamie Lewis-. 13.00 (Creosoted) ...........336.55 -' '. y _
Effective October 1 1Our.Busmess Co. Off. & Retirem. 3 To keep the public informed the
Employees 3732 Newspaperis
Tooles Service Station Gas : t
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*.}* $ Fund. August .... 6.30 Tpmes H. fleas, Gas ........ 4L70 Camp Ser. 19.90 invited to cover all meetings as a public service
Office will be open !> Social Security Acct.S. S_ Murphy's Grocery Gas ...... 10.29. No. Fla. Telephone Co.
Au.". ... ... .. 5.71 Gulf Oil Products Gas .... 383.03 Viola Whitfield BaL due on Sal. f and publish items of interest. .
Monday thru Friday: 8:00 a.m. 12:00 [ 1 day cook Aug ............ 4.16A
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No. Fla. Teleephone Co. Ser. 10.30 !; -rt'in Aio Parts Diesel & Hamilton 4. All Legal Notices required the
1:00 p.m' 5:00i Fla.. Power Corp. Utilities 24.05 Accessories .. ....-.... 312.78 delegation from the i! as by City
Doubjeday & CoM Inc. Books 308.59 King Hardware & Fro Co Sup 40.60 County Development Authority api. Charter will continue to be published.

i ; I Closed All Pay Saturday Fine and Forfeiture ........ .... .J. O. Burch Q). Parts Appl. 23.00 peared before the from Board the Board requesting .ot ,i
assistance-
Thelma Lewis Copies & Criminal Carmichael Motor Supply Co. .ROBERT H. FISK

For the convenience of customers who wisHto Court Cost: .. ..........239.00 Parts. .... ......... 33.47 County Commissioners Trailer Plant acquir-to I J. ;
Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm. .... 24.46 ing property for a CITY. MANAGER
Western Auto Store Supp. .
pay their bill when the office is closed, a deposit Arrest I/'es .... ...........46.65 Valdosta Generator &: Starter Ser. ]locate in .Jasper. The Board stated ". "-.... .\
would like I tt
slot is provided in our front door. Fla. Power Corp. Utilities- Parts & Repairs .. ........ 25.05. that inasmuch as they
Jail .............. ... 45.00 Newsome Ford Tractor Co. Eqp. .1 to assist financially that they wer ...... .. ._, i
i OrMn Exte: ,rvnating Co.r* Parts .......... 6.79 unable to do so at this time, as the t -
North Florida Telephone Co. Control Jail ............ 8.00 r Ring PO\1''r Corp. Eqp. Parts 82.42 dudget has already been approvedand 'l'fwE' HAVE'
i Eagle Dept. Store Linens Jail 19.44 .Jones & Sons Ice Cx. Ice .... 5.50 the Board does' not anticipateany .
1ttr'r-r---- 4'.v....?-_ -.:"_ _-_ ..:_.:__ ,.,... Pineview General Hospital Autopsy I Fla. Power Corp. Utilities. other tevenues that has' not '
been appropriated and
already
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hinder I t these conditions the budget ;:ac < ALL SIZES"u'
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;tW I may not be amended. The Cotmty ': .
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... I Commissioners c-ntacied the .+
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I Board of Public Instruction in be- I OF

\,,,d / W...:.:.l:.:.. : I II I.: .. I j half of acquiring property now own'I .
'; .. I ed by use oaru ** roibuc Instnrc- I
.dt : I tion (oid baseball held & the Board
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::: : 1 lot Puthc instruction agreed to investigate -
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( there is any legal way to conveyithis .
; I property to the hoard'of County
Commissioners' to be used for I
\ I the location cf the Inuostry only,

.... with provisions that the property i j
Also PolaroidFLASH
would revert to the Board of Public
,,:. I Instruction if the Industry did not t)

I locate on same.
BULBS ENLARGING
:rt The lOiiowmg name was placed 1
I 1 on the county indigent list in the i
1r amount of 15.00 for the month o* 24-hour! Developing :
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F y '.. August on.y.
Shelby .Jean Mengersen County
Indigent 15.00 J Io
There being no further business
before the Board said Board ad- I
f' journed. THE JASPER NEWS

ATTEST: Alice .Jones

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!"> ia 196 dMTroIet trucks with regular csU.Other horsepower from SO. Tlte new 1964 Cherrolct'
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._ L THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA
Friday September 13 1963
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: j. I their-equipped comraand.tsdence It" laboratory is :also'neces;a spot tchers iy'Jn have' a very:'gravere-'tST. BURNHAMNEWS I join t .:him,shortly. ;:Mr.; and Mrs.I IMcCXuley I JASPER JUNIORS
jaosnsrflieii'Tjai
I I 1.Ii-I-I-: .oo : ,sary for'those, girls taking home seeing to it that just as nearly reports fahie' trip and; ELECT OFFICERS'
as nice time.
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.. .j {.economics courses to have a wen humanly possible the needs of By LOIS ZIPPERER ... "- . I
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o/ i.equipped department with an oper'atingjbudget chilsi is fulfilled. On September 9, the'Junior Class
every : -Mr. and Mrs.
I sufficient: to They have Success; is focusing the. full Ralph Cunningham
supply Jasper
: ',- .' From time to'time we hear a text-book'and, library facilities are j I the consumable supplies in ade the responsibility' of:doing an effect I power of all you are on what youhate spent Saturday night and Sunday I(,dassoolcers.High They Schoole1ected are their
; ,great deal about the school meetingthe essential in meeting.the needs ot quate quantity'for the courses offer the Job o teaching In their respective ; \: a. burning desire_to achieve. in Belaud with their daughter aril I!PresBfet, Linda;,FecnellVlcePrei as follows.
needs'Of) the pupHs. We.,hear students A diversified program of ed. The"same is true for the vOcational class c or subject matter area.*': Wilfred A. Peterson family Harkta and Mary Martha{. -David Lawson
much about the school's respon- studies must be divised in order to agriculture shop and depart- They have the task: of making Lambert and baby. f Secretary Carole
sibility of the needs of the meet, the I needs these feel Mrs Elizabeth: Kramer and children McLauchlin
meeting of yas&people 'ment as well as for the industrial every pupil that he is an important I I Treasurer Ann Camp'Reporter
"whole" child of the school's responsibility who plan to continue' their arts program. To properly meet. part of the class or group. 1 attended the Krarnerr S.Sullivan and i Martha Carter
of meeting the needs of education, in college nursing bus the needs o the business education I They must seew to su road the Reunion at Booker Church in VI- children of Macon, Georgia spent:Project Chmn.
Individual chad, and we also hear i iness ,,or trade schools. This curri department: the schools: needs I pupil with a kindly interest andunderstaJdng. I dalia ,Ga. Sunday September 1. the weekend with their parents and j : Paula ,Hoganto Marsha BrasweH"and
of the schools responsibility of culm or course of studies must also more than Just a certain number of They must help to They reported a nice time' seeing grandparents Mr .and Mrs. Joe
meeting the collective needs,of all meet the needs of those youngsters typewriters. That departmentneeds meet his moral and spiritual needs. I and meeting people they haven't SuBSvan. j

children. No one is more aware of who will terminate "their ,formal- /to;have as many, as possible They must seek to fill the void and i I seen before the misfortune of getting one of
the necessity of meeting these education' with or before. grate= of the'modern office pmdUe: .ma.- empty places in,the lives of'many], MEETSi Several, orn this county attned- :his fingers cut badly: last week
needs of children than are the tea- tion from high school. Those who chinesv Pupils need-to: be housed in children. However, as; 'great as are i BUKXHAM,HOME DEM. ed the Deas Reunion in Live Oak\;while working at Red and White
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The
chers themselves. !have special interests in the areas a building that is as,free as possible the responsaalities of the teachers:tion Burnham Home*Demonstra-j Sunqax.. They were Mr. and Mrs. I store n Jasper. We hope Donald
i Each year we receive -of music athletics, or other extra from distracting'noises that inns in meeting the needs+ "of the children Club met with darlie Deas and- Mr-.-_- and--- _MMr.._--*<'twill soon"be able to'1"etum.to.work.,
j.;"' from the curricula.activities have needs that i i Uerfere with effective f jWisenbaker Wednesday September Otto Deas. .
is
study. It they do not bear this M' at 2:30
-,\ community a should be,met as well as those-of apurely rather bard for teachers to teach sibility alone. respon- pjn. with Mrs Joe I I Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling I visited
The ,
I. Howell
responsibility of President presiding. The
1 teeming mass offir" academic. nature: Many effectively forpupils: to study and the respective communities jand''subject for the Self trust is the first secret of Air Bert Alderman In Pinetta
energetic youth youngsters. are kept from becoming afternoon was
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; :
; concentrate when constantly bom- the success. : Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
who come to us school dropouts by having county as a whole as just'as;-'color in the Home" Mrs. White
barded with also
} screeching trafic noise Emerson Keeling visited relatives in
;with various andp'rob1emsj their needs. :and interests served in Children need great as that of the teacher. The' used: differen tpieces. of material . Madison
to have clean
County
a light .
sundry I these special. areas. pupils cannot look to'the teacher to j 1 I showing colors and' shades. She Charles
and attractive place in which to; eat and Mary Elizabeth 5a-
; i ana,, ,needs. The Quite'often these special interest their meals. provide adequate physicaTfacihties showed a film showing how these Brandies Cleveland
f They need to have and children of Ocala and Sudie Selph and
: one realm of con and modern equipment and teaching could be used in the home. Each I
11".1 [ areas such as the athletic program benefit for the aesthetic aspectsof -, spent the weekend with their par- children spent Sunday afternoon
rstancy 'running and the band program are the, life. Your children ,need to be aids to, enhance the opportunities -,member present was asked to help ents and grandparents Mr. and Mrs in Live Oak with their parents
the entire means, of youngsters who show housed in a building; that is safe: for effective learning. They select the proper colors or shades Gordon Alderman and .its Mr. and Mrs.
school program is that of ,deter; proficiency in ( cannot look the teacher for one room. Two visitors were
to
these areas having from fire and other hazard. They' to pro- J Pear veil KeHy.Pianos .
mining what educational: _activities the opportunity of securing scholarships need to be housed in a plant that vide desirable, and adequate homemaking 'present. This is the first meetingof Lawrence and Janis Selph and .
and experience will best,serve the I : and thereby going on to;col is designed to meet total needs of facilities", good laboratories 'June.the Club since it disbanded in children Scotty. Stephanie and Rod -----

needs of each individual pil. CerT .lege when; otherwise they.. might the program that is tobe*carried agriculture and industral art't ger Dale of Jacksonville were

1nly one outstanding: need in r not have the opportunity of continiuing on in that plant. In short our'children Itacllities, good libraries,_and business 'ved Deliciou&Arefreshments by the were ser' hoI spending; some timer with '
every school is to have a well I I. their education after high need the very' best educational education facilites. They cannot hostess.. their! parents and grandparents Mr OrgansCOLONIAL
qualified and properly certified school. Those youngsters especialy opportunities that we can provide loot to the teacher toprovide I and Mrs. Bert Zipperer and Mr.
!Mrs.
teacher in every class room and interested in the Donna Murphy has been con I
field
of science and Mrs.
for them. Melvin
a plant that will be free from fire I Selph over the
fined to St. Vincent
department in the school. I' Hospital in HOUSE
Adequate 'have definite OF MUSIC
a need,to have a well We very readily agree that the hazard and weekend.
disturbing traffic I Jacksonville for the past several . >I .
noises and other distracting features days. We
hope' Mrs. Murphy will NEW USED ANDREMANUFACTURED
of existing locations. These soon be weD and,home again. Mr. and Mrs. James Young and
children of Orlando
needs can only be met by the willingness -: spent the week PIANOS
end with their
Taste and interest of the adult I Mrs. Mattie Nunn visited Mr. and parents Mr. and
?: citizens of the respective Mrs. George Young Sr. F$day Mrs. George .Young.. *Sr. I No Down Payment. Up to
ties and the county at communi-j morning. They enjoyed her visit Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston 3 years to pay

urge every citizen in very section very much. Also visiting Mr. and visited Mr .Gastons brother and" Call Collect and our dis-
study of all the schools ofthecoun-j I,Mrs. Young Friday night were family Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Gaston play truck will bring it to

of the county to make a careful I I their brother and sister in law in Madison County' Sunday afternoon ,your front door.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and 1108 N.
Patterson
ty and see if any one of them is

the deliciousdifference who meeting attend the that needs school.of thechi1dren'We urge their and daughter son of, Mrs.Jacksonville.Sammy Roberts Donald Smith .husband. of Mrs. j Valdosta ...... Ph- 244-294

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Joyce Ann Shiver Smith happened
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you to visit other schools and see'! Mr. and Mrs. Lawton IcCulley r
for yourselves if we are doing as
and children spent the weekend in -
good a job as they are doing. Find Goldsboro North Carolina visitingone DIRECTLY ON

out what a really good schOOl, is. |t of Mrs. McCulley's cousins.Mrs THE OCEAN fI.CIIDA

We urge every citizen in every sec Joseph P. Quinn. Mrs. Quinn's bus
tion of the county to make a per band has been called back to Germany Largest and Finest Heated fool Color IV Lounge .
fectiy fair evaluation of the school fo ra period o ffour months Free Golf Restaurant Cocktail) Leung Ptarr.d
program of the respective schoolsof ,and Mrs. Quinn and baby plans to Entertainment Deluxe Roocnt and EfficlenclM .

the county and see.if you really Bflcten Ie< from $63 per wk..
think that the educational, need of vedirooffit from )60 per wk*
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our boys and girls are being properly I I SM your Trovtltnf or write ,
met. These are your childrenfor t01ERT CORDES,Mgr. ;

whom you are responsible that ffton c
., ... we are talking about. If you come !TJ 0.2-043! jti.

.C to the conclusion that the educational
needs of your boys and girls .
are not being properly provided
forI -
<, tit won't'OU resolve, to do what "It is less difficult to forgive an -

,II can to correct this matter Won't enemy than a friend .f
: you weigh the consolidation In many instances this appearsto -a
in new gram exceedingly careful\ ? If pro-j! be' true and the reason, we -Jff .

: do, and act accordingly, it is suspect ,is perhaps because

sincere belief that we will move wrongs committed by friends !Y' .
along way out front in ,meeting avery ,I cut deeper and make. more lasting .
pressing need for boys 'and impressions. t ___
girls of this county.FILE. FJorgiveness is one of the more

I Montclair grudgingly given things Ve are
I called upon to part with and the

inclination to sometimes giveit keZe7X/L,1r

I with a shade more graciousness -
to an than friendis
a
enemy
Dip YOU KNOW OLD DID-SHE-SAY! BUT THE PURCHASING
FOLDERS only one of the many adtfities MR.OUMKLUCK LEFT SHE PURCHASED POWER OFA DOlLAR
I I of human nature. ,J HIS WIFE *SDO** THE PRETTIEST J4EYER IOCS POmtAT'
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: I R I 'I and Other It's merely human nature' FOR A MEMORIAL THan CA,xrSTONT
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r .. -: ,.:,Ji: i; .,t) ladies ,to want to take the drudgery DIAMOND
,;:- '-..; .' ..--t.r.. Office Needs oat of washing. This you DID YOU EVER SAW GAS CO.

at -. can do nicely at JASPER LAUNDRY cI 1
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i. NO MENTHOL HEREin The & CLEANERS. All facill.ttes ITSNE3uY Q
MENTHOL HERE I, Jasper News a gETTHECEJT/ _
a for self service laundry and
our fine tobacco in our unique compound filter SY'2-633P. cleaning are available at JASPER ., I r PC THIS FOSY PHCT4E RIGHT WOULD WHEN

/ I i LAUNDRY &CLEANERS" 1 YOU NEED THE DOCTOR
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., = The Complexity of Today's .* ,Tvor r.

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..J. o CarsDEMANDS Low Price $6.95
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t .- .coDD. 130 EXPERT CARE- .
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We may be able -to 'save you a .

great deal of money! When 'we

'.i I get to know a car, we can ,often .

tell ahead of time,that costly repairs sf.t5t8_'

may lie ahead, if you don't. I ,
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repair right away :

; t Let us inspect your car while .

giving it a_ 'complete; lubrication 1


Job Jerry Shiith's ; $1 J/St./ Petersburg '

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Only Mom Wr. --, ,i; .o. \":- < '" if,s> fun, anytime,t ,: :

W 1 K0'X0K' )h0W I0l0W- M K0* 0I' 'M- *0'47K

puts the menthol in the filter-:-where, it cannot'burn." 11 the It's GuiLeFulJ rot fun at slzedJdtdlMCpcrtments the Billows, overlooking,.

co plt.}y furnished,'for oil the foaiUy. .

Only Montclair .. l..." t, Cos b"boH.Ifig, chopping,roeetrocks.,
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filters sn freshness filters in flavor the whole sinokethrou, n.. f optBe and trhlto+ vtifvlly soooSr) beech kept grounds LoveJy,
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, Were. ouSF4ITEMEF4R Bomln. CaYtRIN.Y f.r n I s.d cportoenls
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In dd.Y.? I MMr \i $40 to $% per week,
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.PACE six .. THE JASPER NEW 3 JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, September 13, 196J: :

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t CARD OF THANKS I HERRING REUNION.. JNewdPostal; "WOrCk .lf.sus'? Legal l Advs. CARLTON LANGFORD"
.I j GERMANY
It,is with much love and deepest The annual Herring reuaion will IN

.gratitude. that we express to each oil
you our appreciation for alt the Hope Baptist'Church A basket dinner 3ObIUY I. 1 for theirs is them of heaven'Blessed I ,Mrs. Retha Hysmith enlisted into-
kindness, prayers, sympathy for wiS be at 12 p'clock.rf : Wisconsin "' f' 1 1I. are they that mourn: for I I The City of Jasper will receive

the food, cards; and beautiful floral I I 3 n ..-- they: shall be comforted. Blessed !Bids until 5:00 pnu October! 7,

offerings, -- in our recent >:on'oar.The I Jennings' High 'School I : I. Mr. John A4t t Austin'} Gronoasld..l are the meek: for the shall inherit 1963 at City HaH.'JaspeTai'lorida;; ,
family of (Continued Prom PJMT e 2) Blessed which for the following equipment:
I : 43 of Madison Wisconsin .named the earth. are they
SENIOR GOSSIP- i'
Willie Hester Fowler I today by President Kennedy to be[do hunger and thirst after right- 1 ea. 750 G. P. M. Pumper fire
1 I So good to be back in schooL Lets !here with' her grandmother and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Postmaster General ,bring to the I'leousness: for they shall be filled. Truck. 1964 Model Fully Equipped.
:James E. Shepherd -
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.-"- everybody work're hard. I: know 20-billion-dollar-a-year Postal Ser- Blessed are the merciful: for they for availableat
ENGAGEMENTSPHILLIPS same
Vickers her aunt and the Foster 'Specifications
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everyone had a good summer. We ,vice an outstanding background in shall obtain mercy. Blessed are
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Florida.
elected officers. They are the following Shepherd family her uncle. Ann;I economics .government and public the pure in heart: for the shall see I[ City HaIl Jasper
TAYLOR I Lee will be assistant Dean of
I. : administration. I God. Blessed are the peacemakers' Robert N.'Fssk);
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Phillips announce Women we think it is at Weselyan
President-Delmer Smith I'
shall called the
Mr. Granouski Commissioner of for they be children City Manager
*- the engagement of their College Macon Ga. where she grad I
Vice-Pres.-Lawn Burnam of God. Blessed they which
the Wisconsin State Department pf are are 314e --. .
t*,daughter Leotta to William F. Tay- Secreta1'l'--Ih a Smith uated a few years back. Taxation at Madison since 1959..persecuted for righteousness sake, '._ :
"liar of Lake, c q KI +
( City. Treasurer -Sharon Howell *; holds .'Bachelor: *,Masters and Doctors rv lor theirs is the kingdom of heaven: 1[ ,,. .
':!iifiss Phillips is a graduate of Reporter-Blanch Hemdon Madeline and "Mc"McDougal of Degreesthe ineconomics from Blessed are ye when men shall re- heaven as ,of a mighty rushing

"Jasper High School and is presently Chaplain Sandy Rowell High. Springs were in Jasper Wedn-] University: of Wisconsin. vile I you, and persecute you, and'wind and it filled all the house

employed by Van H. Priest Co. ,Sgt. ,at Arms-Robert Henderson esday. Many Jasper folks know I He was ,born Dunbar, Wiscon shall say all manner of evil a-:I IWhere the ywere sitting. And there I

/ Mr. Taylor attended Columbia Senior Cheerleaders are Sybil ,who I'm talking about when I say sin. October 26, 19919 is marred gainst you falsely: for my sake. Rejoice -:appeared unto them cloven tongues

County High School. He is now I Johnson, Linda Smith, and Sharon J Mrs. Ray Fortner (Jackie McDou I I(wife Mary and the father of two and be exceeding glad: for i like unto fire and It sat upon each

stationed at Eensacola, with the,HowelL So long for now. See you gal) who lives in Lakeland: will be I daughters (Stacy. 10 and Julie 7) '(great is your reward in heaven: for of them. And they were filled with
navy. ;next week. up to see the MScDougals in High: Senate the w.i if
I When confirmed by the so persecuted they prophets the Holy Ghost, and begin to speakin
The wedding is set for Sept. 28 Reporter Springs soon. The little grand children Mr. GronounsJd will become the Which were before you. Matt 5:3-12. other tongues, as the spirit gave
are Melanie 2% and Dean 4% Postal j said him This
i 159th man to head'the U. S. And Jesus unto 'them utterance Lukes words in
II I I j|' The other daughter Pat who System and the 49th since the Postmaster day is salvation come to this house,Acts 2:1.(: ,Peter then preachedthe } ,
wJt II lives|' in New York and works for I General! become a cabinet forasmuch he'also is the son of first 'recorded 'gospel I
I the Parker Adevrtising; Co. is'.expected 'i member. .' ''Abraham. For the Son of man is Verses 14-40. sermon. :the armed forces in March 1963.

.ity home for a. visit in October. }I In addition,toliis: career in state come to seek and to save thatwhich After receiving his 8 week train-
.
[government MR Granouski has an';was lost. Luke19:9.10. i j 'Now when they heard this they ing in Ft. Gordon Ga. he had a

Gw Ot> I The Stella Williams Kindergarten -extensive background in teachingand | And when Jesus came into the were pricked in their hearts and 'few days leave at home with his
i i
t is wide open. Twenty seven are I, research work. He taught public coast of Cersera Philippi, he 'asked said unto Peter and to the rest of'family. He was then shipped overseas

enrolled more expected. finance money and banking atOrono his disciples saying Whom,do men the apostles what shall we do? to Kaiserlaughtern. GearmanyJ

()ha.nce I The S.'.W.1C is making tradition.,the University of :Maine ( ) ''say'that I the Son of man am? And Then Peter said unto them Repent,'J I where'he-will be for 2 years.

4 I Reddin. 'and public state and local finance{they said. Some say that thou art and be baptized every one of you I I Carlton is a high school graduateof
William (Billy) Dail son and money and banking at Wayne John the Baptist: Some, Elias; and in the name of Jesus Christ for the Jasper High school.

.!of Mr. and Mrs. Reddin DaD of I State University (Detroit). 'others Jeremias, or one of the remission of sins and ye shall re-!I

t NOWI Jasper who is a Freshman at the, Mr. Gronouski has been particularly prophets. He said unto them. But ceive the gift of the Holy Ghost. i'DON WETHERINGTON

i : i'I:University of Florida during rush ] active in such fields as property whom say ye that I am? And Simon Acts 2:37 thru 38. ''ATTENDS 4-H COUNCIL
week pledged Kappa Sigma Fraternity
valuation (the office depart
1 post Peter answered and said unto Then they that gladly receivedhis
Another Jasper boy who is jment I operates 4LOOO post offices, him. Thou are the Christ, the Son word--- were bandied-: and thsoma e l MEETING
I Kappa Sigma is Lennard Bernard ,stations and branches) and fiscal said there added unto
And Jesus I
:: fthe living God. day were 6-8
founded to On the week-end of Sept. Don
Register. Kappa Sigma was
has :
service
I an
policy (the postal unto him. Blessed art thou Simon them about three thousand souls..
cff Raf Su.NniY at the of j Wetherington Secretary 4-H District -
University Virginia.
annual budget o fapproximately $5 I :
I
i ''Bar-Jona (son of Jona) for flesh]Acts 2:41. i,I IV attended a highly successful -

llcCALLREm'ION billion. '!land.blood hath not revealed it tol I I And they continuing: dally with meeting of the Florida 4-H dub
:Mr. Gronou
Twice in recent years thee, but my father who art in hear' one accord in the temple, and Council Executive Board in the
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST The McCall clan had their annual ski has been credited with assembling -, I
BAPTIS CHURCH Between Jasper and Jenningson "get together" down at Camp Olenno tax which proved acceptable 'ven. And I say also unto thee, that I|breaking bread from house to I absence of Gene Box District
Pastor Rev. Henley highway 41 on Sunday. programs thou art Peter ,and upon this rockI house, did eat their meat with glad- Representative of Live Oak. The
Democratic
Monday School ..._. 10:00 ajn.Morcing Sunday Morn. ''Bible Study 10 toll There was a wonderful crowd of to governorsand in Wisconsin will build my church; and the I ness and singleness of heart, prais- :meeting was held at Orange

Service ..??. 11:00 a.m. Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 cousins aunts uncles and friends Republican. legislators I''gates of hell shall not prevail a- ing God, and having favor with all ;Springs .which is in Marion County
Training Union ..., 6:30 i 1 gainst it. And I will give unto thee i people. And the Lord added to the The Council was advised by the
Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 There were 135 people present.One ,i He has taken active advisoryrole I
Evening Worship __,._ 7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00 .person said that we need to meet in Demoncratic an campaigns in'the keys to the kingdom of heaven church daily such as should bej[Associate State 4-H dub Agent,
Mid"eek Prayer Service every Phone WE8-2091 I more often because everyone had and whatsoever thou shalt bind on saved. Mr. Grant M. Godwin of the Agri-
Wednesday at t30 Wisconsin since 1948. i I II earth' be bound 1n-heaven.1
p.m. shall Extension Service, University
cultural
-- I so much fun at th gatherings.. j|I According! to friends, his only This has been a short story of the I
JASPER FIRST METHODIST At one,o'clock a picnic lunch was has been Matt 161319. promise of the coming of the of Florida. Also advising the
hobby politics-not stamp 01-
'The Friendly Church"N. 'FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH shared with each other. I I collecting. I, An when he had called the people church of Christ and the fulfillmentas Council wereAssistant County
Sayer Canova Pastor. unto him with his disciples also, he I'Agents, Mr. L. C. Smith Taylor
E. BOOTH
Pastor Those from this area who attended recorded on the day of pentecost
Sunday School at ,..._.._,,, 9:45 I Sidney W. Bishop, the Deputy Oka-
I I said whosoever will Mr. Allison Green.
unto them County
ORDER'OF P. RVICE this grand oocassion are: Postmaster General who has where the Lord added the obedient
Sunday School .... ._ 9:45 Morning Worship ..,,,,,11:00 a.m. I after me, let him deny him- loosa County, and Putnam County
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McCaD, Miss come unto the church. What name did
Training Union ........ 6:45 served, as acting Head o fthe De-
p.m. / 1
-Morning Worship 11:00 ajn. Myrtle Jennings Mrs. Walter'Hev-i' self, and take up his cross and fol- they wear? of what church did they Agent, Mr. Herbert Maltby.
Evell J Worship ............ 8CO 'partment for trig last 30 days, welcomed I II
Everyone *. invited Prayer Services Wednesday ever;; .MissInez1 McCall, Mr. and,, Mr. Gronouski to the Post :low me. For whosoever will save, become members? Why cannot one Four sessions were held over

EVENING SERVICES at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Weber and three daughters -' Office Department. "I am sure his life shall lose it; butwftosoever today be saved in" the Identical 1 the week, at which various itemsof

Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Mrs. Bertha McCall. that all 589,000 postal employees as I shall lose his life for my sake and way without "Joining" and organization -i business were discussed.
.. 6:00 . shalt it. For what
Jr. High Fellowship : p.m. the gospel's save
of man? answer he 'can. main problem -
JASPER CHURCH OF COD well as the Department's top staff i Two of the ccuneil
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas The W. S. U o.f the Methodist I I join me in extendng our most hear shall it profit a man, if he shall God's word is the same today! ? as I I poor communication and
Worship Service 7:00: p.m. Church met with Mrs. C. B. Harrison -ty greetings to the new Postmaster gain the whole world, and lose his it was then and the same commands weak district and county councils,

Youth Social Hour 8:00 p.m. Morning Sunday School Worship__ 10:00 11:00 aja on Monday afternon. General and in pledging our enthu own soul? Mark 8:34-37. are given to us as were I were discussed in detail.

Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 p.m I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m ajn. The study was given by Mrs. siastic support to his Adminis And he said unto them Verily I given unto them. This would answer -I This work: has supported the 4-H
--BAPTiST- TUESDAY John Lewis. The subject was "your I tration. say unto you that there be some of the prayer of Christ, for unityof I aim which is good leadership,
BETHEL PRIMitIVE :Mission and them that stand here, which shaH his believers if all would become citizenship and personal growth.
you.
each Sun. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. I I Mr. Bishop said that the De-
Bible at ID
Study a.m FRIDAYSY. Several items of business were partment is in excellent conditionan not see death till they have seen only "Christians" members of the I I In addition to the hard work

Church. Service 11 each ajn.Month- 7 pjn. P. E. ___ 7:30 p.m.. discussed by the group. They decided dthat' a complete up-to-date the kingdom of God come with church which Christ purchased the delegates found time for fishing
4' Sundays --'- : to sponsor Family night sup briefing-ori all Departmental power.: Mark 9:1. with his own blood Acts ZO 2S, Eph I'and fine food.Represented.
Sn programs
day
PBYE 6:00 p.m eACh "
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH pers on the fifth Wednesday nights. l has-been kept available for t| And said unto them, Thus it is 5:23-25 Eph 4:1.61 Cor. 1:10-13. I' at the meeting
Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor- WHITE SPRINGSRev. Six members will attend! a Semi- the new Postmaster General and ,written, an dthus it behoved Quist Kenneth E. Thomas EvangelistOak I were about 21,000 Florida 4-H Cub

JASPElTi'RESBYTERIANCHURCH Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor nar at Chairs on September 26. will be presented to him at his ear- to suffer, and to rise from the dead Grove Churchof Christ Boys.

SERVICEThe Evening Service ...._7:30 p.m. There were twenty two members liest convenience. the third day; And that repentanceand ..

Rev. William W. Van Zant III I present.At Mr. Gronouski will be the fifth remission of sins should be

Sunday School.9:45 a. m.'I t 'BURNHAM CHRISTIAN the close of the meeting deli Wisconsin'man to become Postmaster preached in his name among all

Services __ 11:00 CHURCHPaul cious refreshments were served by General. I nations, beginning at Jerusalem.And SPECIAL for this Sunday

*..... H. Stewart Pastor the hostess. The new Postmaster General 'sue ye are witnesses,of these things

JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 ceeds J'.Edward Day, who resigned And behold, I send the promise of

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Church Service Second and Fourth STAPLERS and STAPLES to return to private business just my Father: upon you; but tarry ye

Travis Carter Sundays .................. 11:00 THE JASPER NEWS one month ago on August 9. in the _city of_Jerusalem,__until le DINNERCHICKEN
Sunday School 10 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and i be endued with power from on

Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 high. (Words of Luke) And he led
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. CLASSIFIED ADSFOR them out as far as Bethany, and he

Wednesday night: lifted up his hands ,and blessed
Chcir Practice 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST them he was parted from them $f .00
Prayer Service 8:00 p.m. 'Enter Rest Pray" SALE.HOUSE In Jasper. SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS and carried up into heaven. And
.- $3500. Others priced higher. See I Best of condition. Priced and Dressing
Pastor
:Charles W. Rogers Sr. they worshiped him and returnedto
; -----
CHURCHRev.
DIVONIA BAPTIST Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan, Reg. to sell. Mannings Radio Service
Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.Prayer I Jerusalem with great joy: And
Truitt Comer Real Estate Brokers tfc **
Jasper.
Jasper phone 792-4421 tic
Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. were continually in the templepraisng
Junday School __ 10 a.m.sreacning Worship Services 2nd and 4th and blessing God. Luke In Air-Conditioned.
,_,,,,,.._........... 11 am. Sundays: at U ajn. and at 8 p.m ROUSE FOR RENT-With bath!VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY I 24:46-53. an
Training Union 6:30 p.m. 2 bedroom living room and kite, in Live Oak, Florida for all your
1 RoomTriangle
shall receive after
,
Preaching Service 7:30 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. chen. See A. V. Hester. S12c musical ,needs from organs and But ye power Dining
the Holy Ghost is come upon you:
Wednesday night Prayer N M. Rowell, pastor pianos to records and record players I:
and shaH be witneses me
Meeting ..----. 7:30 p.m. Sup day School every Sunday at REPAIRS-We' repair all types tfc ye upon
I i both in Jerusalem and in all Judea CafeRoute
10:30 a.m. pliances. Mannings Radio Service I
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Preaching 11:30 a.m. &: 7:30 p.m. Jasper. 792-442L tfc I USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ,and in Samaria ,and unto the utter
Sunday School 10:00.a.m. Training Union ___ 6:30) in. I Sale. Good condition. $40 and most part of the earth. Act 1:8.
YP.E. Sunday ...- 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednuday at WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to call $50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jasper I I And when the day of Pentecostwas

-Prayer- Meetine. Thurs. 7:30 p.m .7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY regular each month on established I phone 792-4421 tfc fully come they were all with 41 2 miles south of Jasper
Studio Girl Cosmetics clients in and I !one accord in one place. ODd suddenly -
WHITE SPRINGS BAPTIST I FOR SALE "'OR RENT Wonder
I around Jasper making there came a sound fromWVWVXAAAAAAAAAASWWVW
I necessary
CHURCH Jennings, Florida 1 I
BAPTIST
.FIRST Rev. C. E. Bailey, Pastor Nathan Wooley, Pastor deliveries, etc. 3 or 4 hours per day Bar.$75 and Also 4 one deep House well 1 _-_- _-. _-.- .7..... v..v.-_.. -Av:... -
I Route will pump room on
I to $5.00 perhour.
pay up
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School __ 10:00 Lm.1' 2
acres land $1800. Wonder Bar Jasper
Write
Morning Service (Each Sunday) Studio Girl Cosmetics, Dept.
11:00"a.m.1
Training Union : pin.I Preaching Service Each Sunday at 75939 Glendale, Claif. S27c Fla. S13p = sue SHOP FROM
w !rte'sN
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
FOR SALE Lot Suwanne
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday on
at 7:30 p.m. FARMERSMONEY River at Suwannee Springs. Reasonable YOUR CAR!

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW. for your farm opera- Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc
Sunday School 10:00 &:m. D. Stewart, Pastor tions at reasonable cost. Terms Courteous Salesladies

(A class for every age group) Sunday School .?._???. 10:00 a.m. to fit your needs. Loans up to FOR SALE: IN JASPER-Five lots
worship Service 11:00 aon. Morning .Worship>> 11:00 a.m.I'ralning 7 years. Call North Florida Production I and two houAteg in good neighbor- To Serve You

. Youth Fellowship __ 6:00 p.m. Union _... 6:30 p.m. Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave hood. Only $5,000. Call Robert -Q 1 VE '"

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 I Ehlert 792-6331, or W. L. Bryan,
White Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting .. 7:30 pas 792-2985 Re ;&eat Estate Brokers. .l We Produce and Pry
11:00 a.ia. ,, ..
Swift Creek each Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF ONE ACRE WANTED -Have customer our own Milk direct from

3:00 p.n. GOD FREE LUBRICATION! colored, who has cash for I

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. George F .Newton We win give a FREE Lube Job one of two acres in or near Jasper, FARM STORES our own farms

STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Sunday School 10:00 a.m. with each oil change-for a Jennings or White Springs. Call or
Morning'Worship 11:00 a.m limited time,only! write Robe Ehlert, Registered
Pastor
Allen Brooker.
Sunday School .___ 10:00 ajn. Wednesday,Prayer Night Service_ 7:30 p.m. e Firestone Tires i Real Estate Broker. Days phme MILK A FULL DAY FRESHER
Worship Service 2nd and 4th .Deleo Batteries 792-633L nights 792-449L lip
Y." P. E. 7 30
Friday Night
Sundays _____.. 11:00 LID. -at competitive prices!
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday,at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD FRED TAYLOR'S LOST lADY'S POCKETBOOK
.
7:00 .m. CHURCH TEXACO STATION White containing change pone
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at Jasper Telephone 792-2903 and billfold with mil ldentU' MOD
I _k. 8:00 pjn. Sunday School each Sunday at I cards. Reward offered. Mrs. Gra- GaL Jug

,:- MYF Social Hour Each Thursday Services Each 10:00 Sunday a. m. mornfac FARMS WANTED IF YOU I I ham Black; Jasper lip 90cFann

,- SOWANNEE CHURCH OF and evening would like to sell your farm HomoMILK
"' see us. We hare calls for farms NEEDEDMEN
THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel Sing last Friday genized

Fail Florida each month ............ 8 p.m. every week. W. L. Bryan Reg. AND WOMEN
Real Estate Broker. Phone ST COLORED ONLYto
.
c Bert E. Wheelert
train for'IBM
2-2985 SY 2-6331
Stir School ........ 10:00 A.M.PreaeMng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH or I II
ServIce ......1100 AM. STATENVILLE. GEORGIA I Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass

EveIBc Service! ........ 7:30 P.H. D W.Kaaaon Pastor Georgia Plate Gks Co. KEY PUNCH: OPERATORS

Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7& (Services Back Se&day) .Store FTOta* :t SECRETARIES
Sunday School 10:60 ajn. BBrron HeaBrend COMPUTERS PROGRAMERS

CORINTH MISSIONARY Mom Worship 11:60 .ajn. S Tab Eadcanre: Showers ELECTRONICSMany : JCit'' 18:00: 8:00
to
BAPTIST CHURCH TraJBiBg Union 6:30 p.. 215 W. Savannah Ave. Q125235VALD03TA jobs available in the above Hours'lEAKftttER a.m. p.m.

Rev. Marcos Morrison, pastor Prayer- Serviet.;?'Wednesday at fields are'offering security, high Store ; .' '- 7 Days Per Week
11ua. _
(BoaJaj School (every Sesday pay -
.. at 7:99 FOR SALE .
1J.a. Westinghouse Leaund
swept fifth Ssaky) 10 a.m. Student loans avalable.:
Serrjea eaeh WHITE SPRINGSCONGRBGAT1OKAL romata. Cheap, ph. "792433L Mrs.: Gail 242-5356 at nearest Suwan
Pry Steady SSmpson. 1t.c'' :. to shop for dairy and ice cream products your
at 11 turn and ,:It p.m. HOLINESS Open 9 g.TPto 7 pun. for freshness flavor and low price!
Valley Dairies Farm Store ,
Prayr Meeting each Wed&eo1 Sets sash Seadar, 18.I .... GOOD ySED TV Installed for gasses Starting Sept. 23 nee

1 fey at.,,,:It p.m., Pnidling> MTrie rwy its d aM mOG and up. Tifcuffifegx Radio BYRNE COLLEGE .
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Tripling Hnlon 630 P"' 4.iday at 11 .... &.7ae: p& Service. 792-4421, Jasper If e 215 S. AaUey. VaK ta --r-A -.c-"t.i.-tL -ygJg.D.Ci.J' J.8'.rJ1'J .g.-.J..t"-A. .'VfTYti .



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I Friday, September 13, 1963 / THE JASPER, NEWS., JASPER FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN



4e Ja: per jle\Us. : I WHITE' .,:- SPRINGS;I'M dical':3eIf-:. I HOSPITAL NEWS[I ONE KILLED IN ACCIDENT HERE__ I

"* A man was killed aoUhisb wife.
Published Every Friday ,. I -. NEW'Sby 'Help Course ". ...: Patients in-Hopsital as of Thursday. rl;J seriously injured in.;,a headman col- ; : '. >- ..

< Septembentn96 3 -, A Elision last Saturday, September, JERRY JACKSON P-1 A.
Second Cla a-Postage ,Paid at Jasper. F1 Offered Here .
Mrs. Collins Mrs. Alma Baily 1
; Mary 'at '
If:30fr.m, :, on. Route 41"a' mile TO MEET SEPT. 16
*' r : _. :" .'
in Advafice '
., ,' : Sutcripiio 3: Strictly : t :John Preston Bonnell :
north of the Alapaha River.:
;43.00: ) 'in HamiltoBCo: n'tY'- $4.0f'O( de Mr. and Mrs-: W.; B. Feagle hada i\; medical sek.11elp Training* E. J. McCall .... ,_ The Parent-Teacher Association

nice family get-together In their |Course will lie offeredat theCoun-. Mrs. Clyde Alderman ._ :;, Dead man was Alva McLaugh- of Jerry Jackson School will meet
Cards of Thanks V; '. . $1.00 home Mr. sister tl '
:
recently.
: Feagle jty Health De: 'rtment beginning Mrs. Lessie Williams lan, Jr., of West Hollywood Florida -I Monday, September 16, at 7:30 p.

_Telephone: SYcamore 2-6331 and brotherin-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday night September. 18th Mrs. 'Mary Harvey who with his wife was driving a m. at the schooL The program

Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert'Ehlert, Editors and Prine George has Prine of Day, Fla. Mrs.jat 7:30 fa.m. Leonard Mailer 1961 Falcon heading north. 'He was will include devotion, song, scrip. .
retirementIs
out cf
I come V. H. Mathis hit head-on by a 1953 Ford Sedan, lure, prayer, and song.
The is 20 hour
teaching the fourth in| course a course
grade Oliver Atwocd (col.) south-bound
driven by James
Pope
ASC County With Your 'Mayo Elementary School. Also pre and will be held' on Wednesdayand Betty Pearl Morris (CoL) {of Sparks, Georgia, accompaniedby There will also be an introduction -

sent were Mr. Teagl's brother and Friday nights from 7:30 to 9:30 PATIENTS DISCHARGED John Lyles of AdeL of members, a report of school

Committee ElectedClyde r sister-in-law :Mr. and Mrs, RC. p.m. This wil be a joint project Colbert Croft needs and! election of officers for
I Her sisters and brothers-in-law Mr under the sponsorship o fthe Health Walter Daniels The patrolman's report shows the 1963-64 school term.

R. Payne, County Office Agent Peeples* of Tavares and Gainesville,'Department Adult school educa- :Mrs. Sybil Sistruck that the south-bound Ford crossed
Manager, Agricultural Stabilization I andMrs. M. E. Sullivan of Starke Department Adult School Educoa- Mrs Mattie Lou Peacock the centerline. The northbound There will be a discussion of

' an) Conservation.Service reported by Wy'.mm, p, and Miami. Mr. and Mrs. S.'I. Holder tion Department and Red Cross. Mrs. Mamie Lee Iamb Falcon's driver noticed this and P.T.A. projects for the year some

the results'of the ASC County Com- of Miami and Franklin, N. C. iMrs. Havenner will"be the official ,Mrs. Jettie Rogers pulled to the right. As his wheels of which are "Using the Community -

mittee elections today. I . ::I instructor assisted by Mrs. Bess got to the edge of the Resources to Enrieh Learning,*
... ,......... .. ....... Daniel Kirkman pavement
.
-/r'he'tarmers' elected;&)'ttte 'ASC *The mayfriend- of M'F.rs.:-- ao- ,Jones?Mrs. RazefHi tet,"and Mr.' Mrs'.JT5Tcressie= SlUs> .'-:'**." ""*.- it was strode;. by thersoutU-bound "Home and Cornmunkw Improv_
County Committee, which wil Itake I Alma Bradshaw. ;Asa: meat Program" and"Go to Churtn
j,mi Bailey in White Springs are Mrs. Margaret Andrews car in the left front and left side.
office on Oct. 1 and serve for a one The impact stopped the Falconin Movement.
happy to have her back in the com- Please call the Health Depart- }'1rs. Maude Renfroe
year period thru September 30.YI for few its tracks it completely
munity visiting a days. ment if are interested and Mrs. Freddie Webb spun
- are: Wallace Deas, Chairman; 5 you Mrs. Virginia Hester\* -' around and pushed it off the road
.
Joe W. Mitchell Vice Chairman; W. B. FEAGLE HONOREDBY includes register fo rthis course Ifre course Mrs. Irene Adamson"4** "*. '-'-* 28 feet to the side of the'pavement. vere fracture of the right thigh
:M. T. (Pete) Miller, Regular Member nursing Articifial Respria Miss .' ; The southbound car travelled 348 lacerations and abrasions.
and J. I... McCu.l.Der.and A. B. FLORIDA CROWN lion, Emergency, first : : Herman Fletcher feet after the impactIn; spite of James Pope, driver, sustained. *
was of Splints and Civil 'Defense
Newsome 1st and 2nd alternates [ A beautiful plaque presented
f the front wheels were.dragging,
Will Mathis'Everett fractured ribs ,minor lacerations
respectively. j !to. Mr. W. B. Feagle in recognition prepardness. We hope to have I I I ;
because /
} of impict..It
the finally
I Pope | John Lyle has numerous lacerations -
The ASC County Oommiteemen I 1 I Il land; appreciation of outstandingleadership representatives of all'>areas of the Wilbur Land !came to rest on the east shoulder about the face, shoulders':and

were elected at the ASC County 'I i while serving as its president County. !I O'Neal ;facing weest. .
1 (Your Money and I i I Goolsby arms.
Convention which was held on'Sept ) |j in 1961-62 by the Florida: .
SENIOR CITIZENS Crown Council of Chambers of I[Frank McKinnonI I The point of impact was six feet State Patrolman R. G. Russell
10 in Jasper Florida. The recently Order PineSeedlings I
j j AND COSMETIC I Ii I: i I William Home (Cola east of the centerline the wrong
elected ASC community'committeemen ]1 Commerce'meeting held August 31 i was assisted in his investigation by
Chairmen from throughout I i This half century has NowThe Nettie
j I i"The Golden Age of !!sonville Beach. Smith (Col.) Ford. reports charges are pending
the county acted as delegates to f I I
There have been more I jf Il I Alva McLaughlan, Jr. was killed against Pope, to be determined lat
the convention for the -
county : ,purposes ,.
local Florida I l
of electeing the ASC County [vances in the past I f i ,COVERED DISH SUPPER : Forest Service OBITUARIES- instantly; his wife has a very se- er.
|I'I inall, the previous ': office today advised, just as a "re i _____
I [ The annual School Faculty
Committee. I sup- --- -- --- - ----- -- ---- ----------------
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minder those 1nteiesfed in planting I I J -- ----------------
The ASC County: Committee is responsible history Many I will be held September 13, Friday : ( Leon Hester Fowler,
for administering the ,conquered; many i, at 6:30 p.m. sponsored by theWS.C.S. pines this year, to get the' or- i i William Hester Fowler, 79, former
ders in early, so as to be Sure in'
under,control. Yet,
Federal farm programs at the I I at the Methodist Church resident of Jasper died this morn- FARFOR
,dies in the health field Educational Building. Everyone of getting their seedlings orders will ;
in Palatka.
county leveL The county Agricultural I I ing Saturday Sept.7
,.be accepted after October 1, 1963
ue to rob the American
is invited.
member the community Survivors three Julian
is ex-offkio are sons
Agent an -
however orders received, after this
least $1 million a 'year.i I I I(
Lee and
Fowler. Jacksonville ,
of the ASC county committeeand date will be .
advises the committee in carrying I i It is, easy to believe The White Springs Methodist poratett according to Joe both of Palatka Three daughters -
the in and the number of
out these assigned responsibilities. fakes if you are sick, Church during the morning wor- request left. will I :Mrs. Marvin Harris, Jasper SALE
,alone. It is just as ship service Sunday, Sept. 15, will seedlings Shipment start Mrs. Willie Belle Sapp WashingtonD.C.
j' fo rthis area the last of November I
for phony cosmetics hold a recognition and Installation Miss Elizabeth Fowler I
I orders should be October 1, 1963
wonders in restoring I Service for all the officers of the by Palatka. Two sisters, Mrs. W. W. j <>j
COUNTY HASINTEREST :
I beauty. 'church: the W.S.C.S., the Church said J. W. Kelly local ranger. f' In
Williams, Avon Park and Mrs.N. : Suwannee County
I ,
IN Price of seedlings this year is the I'
I' MYF.If .
School, and the
Here are some I J. Sauls, Bradenton: He was a
same as last year $4.00 per M. for '
GATOR LINEMAN .ments which often I you hold any office or take an member of the Methodist Church. '
Gerald Odom senior lineman on and the phony? 1 active part in any of these groups '.Florida pine (north Slash Florida slash, south Funeral services were'held in the i 95 acre farm at $90 per acre. 1 acre tobacco al-
loblolly, longleaf) i t tI I
the University of Fla. football squad this group. please be at the church Sunday for Home Sunday at.four o'clock. lotment. Good terms. '
$8.00) per M for Red Cedar and]I I ,
was greatly honored when he was I I 1 ARTHRITIS AND (!this great service. I II ,I Arizona cypress, picked up at the chapel of Harry T. Reid Funeral

appointed game captain for the I I TISM. The severe ; will, I Interment will' be in Evergreen 77.8 with 1.89 All
I I I nursery an additional. 35c be acres tobacco. Near Live Oak.
Gators first of the season the diseases 'makes the Cemetery.The .
game I I .
pensive creams and lotions on the added if the seedlings are deliveredto good cropland. $17,000 with $5,000 down.
Nationaltelevised game against easy target for the be Rev. Norman Booth officiat-
I I market today to help lubricate the you. Seedling application may
Tech. ly treatment
Georgia by
Sept.14, at one a
obtained from the nearest,Florida ed.Pallbearers
o.clock at Grant Field in Atlanta. tor is a "must" for skin and alleviate< dryness. Butthere agents',office were Don Ball El- Also two farms in Hamilton County
I
Forest office. County
Gerald, who is a two year letterman ,can help prevent J I' are no creams, lotions masks mer Moody Maurice Bennett Her
at tackle was slated to play ''doctor will also or plasters that will prevent, correct ASC office or SCS office. man Jackson, Rodney Fburakers 100 acres good land, no house, $100 per acre.

first string right guard. I I|effective plain I I or remove wrinkles. Quack I II Thomas Bennett.
I'I
Due to injuries at the tackle position are as yet no drugs I products usually bear extravagant MAPLE GROVE I I
he finds himself back at truthfully be labeled as II ':names and slogans like "Eetemal HOME DEM. CLUB II[ REDMON LEE PERRY MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM

tackle at least for the Tech game. ]I I Be wary of i Youth oil" "Magic Wrinkle Re-I STARTS SEASON Funeral services for Redmon
Gerald is the son of.Mr. and Mrs:',I motions that don't mouser :Miracle Hormone i I I Dem. t I II I Lee Perry, 7L who died in Lake W. L. BRYAN, phone 792-2985
I The Maple\ Grove Home
I ;
I'
Ross Paul of Tavares Fla. And a cure, but I Cream for an ageless You. The I Club had their annual party at the QtY Wednesday in a local hospital

the grandson of Mr. W.H. Deas and I! A source of promise to restore or preserve I Mrs. I(I after a brief illness, will be held ROBERT EHLERT '
home of Mr. and Ray Morganlast phone 792-4491
the late Dora: M. Deas of Jasper. I The Arthritis and youth is false. Don't waste money!, Saturday at 2:30 .p.m. in Hebron I .
Saturday Sept.
evening
Gerald attending school in .Jennings -)tion 10 Columbus them. I j : 1.1{,Church, north of Jasper with Rev.I
Instead of the usual cookout .it
.when he was in the 5th.,grade.-I 19, New York. -PEf5'I J BALDNESS. The most'common!, which is.an I Paul Day Sr. officiating. Interment II Registered Real Estate Brokers
was a chicken supper
He has friends and form of male baldness is heredi- *
relative j 2 CANCER. will follow in church
in this many area who will be watchingthe radiation cure Surgery many ]tary. There are no drugs or treat-':annual event of the club at the I[Wilson and Brannon Funeral cemetery.Home N--;__... _._._-... _-_-__ ... _._-_-. .. ... -_ ..._-.._...,.-_-..
the
beginning of new season."
220 Ib. Odom as he leads the I J: cer when they are ments that can bring dead cells j I II There were 16 members 'presentand I fin[ charge of arrangements.
II
Gator against the yellow jackets i I I treated in the earl |I'back to life or that -"feed hair]! 29 visitors. Also our agent Mrs I I Survivors are his wife Mrs. Corrie -
in this all important game. of unproved remdies. and scalp.I ,I White. E. Perry of Lake City four I
Florida' coaches 'Odum }Js one I I'3. LOST MANHOOD CURES are Wylma of
say can be fatal. I served at 6:30,. which daughters Mrs. Virginia Bryan i
: Supper was
of the valuable 1 1I one of the oldest swindles in the ,i
most players on l Cancer research is I|Jacksonville, Mrs. Audrey
seemed to enjoy
the Gator squad. A.great leader I progress. Your book. A recent example of the form ,:much.everyone Then Mrs. Morgan showed very:I>hart of Newark, N. J., : Lock-I I OccupationalLICENSES

and a great competitor.Built I with this research !i dation of youth type of"quackery is j jI ,', things she had made and''McWhorter of Belle Glade,
like Brahma Bull, I Ii the "royal (bee) jelly" fad. the group I'
a he's you to a specialist if I I Vitamin i.collected during the summer. She 'Freeda I Poteat of Gainesville; two
fast, strong and aggressive. i{ Beware the phony E is another worthless product things from picture frames. I sons, Virgil of Knoxville ,Tenn.,
.
,made
sexual j I
-- -- : that has been promoted for ;
'his product to the 'I I i The cermaic things was made bya Farris of Atlanta; three sisters
the medical rejuvenation. Here again, ask your friend of Mrs. Morgans. The Miss I I Willie Perry of Orlando, Mrs.

'BfU 1 lJ.m it. He wil Head you I doctor. ? Chat: plans to try their hand on Irene Jackson of Miami, Mrs. Zil-
How do you recognize quackery I I I I I
hopes wasted savings making some of these nice things pha Green of Jacksonville; two
An authorative source Her are some guides: the Among'''brothers, George of Lake City
coming
PEDESTBIAM IS A PERSON I Is the formula or treatment "sec during! year.
i I
tion: The American Theo of Miami, eighteen grandchildren -
WHO CAM BE EASILY .our visitors was Mrs. Willie Ray
RCACHtO .BY AOTBM08te.SEARS&SONS/ 521 W. 57th Street New ,ret" Bryan from Jacksonville, Fla. and I I and five great grandchildren.
;
curet
Does it promise a quick
York 3. HEART Is it advertiseed by case histories .Miss Jeanne Ann Smith from State I are due Oct. 1st'You
viDe, Ga. everyone reported a very+j Register Now
testimonals
o' many kinds of heart or j nice time. ,!
11 i clamor for
Does the sponsor
often called I
ease." Proper medical? investigation and recognition I -NOTICE- 1[For Bible Course I c.

!tial to proper I
:no single treatment. Deos the sponsor claim medical I: The Jasper High School Band The first meeting of the extension -

One good rule for men are persecuting him or fear ,Booster Club wil meet Monday i I course. "Introduction to the

vent a "heart attack" his competition September 16th at 7 p.m.in. the,.Old Testament" was held Monday. may purchase your licenseat

) weight. Your doctor Are the recognized treatments I High School Auditorium All members night in the Jasper High School
tcOMPIETE belittled? and 'persons interested in the Rev. J. C. Moore instructor.Mr. .
choose a diet suited to
f Garlic is not good If the answer'to any of these is Band please be present. We need Moore stated that the sec- the Tax Collector's Office
any
t Nor are "yes"-investigate before you invest -l!'each of you to help make our band ond class will be held September

pressure.soles : better. The Band sponsors our concession 16, Jasper High School, Room 16,
a preventive
i eases and strokes. Save your money -and maybe.I stand at the football games (Mrs. Kennedy's room) 7:00 p.m. time
during September.
:An authoritative & your alife. :and we need your help. Anyone who did not enroll in the
class Monday night and who wish I
!mation: The American aQa e rt a c n c cJ a cs e t a co.r a cvaen l
to do enroll next Mon-
so
: may
iation 44 E. 23rd Street \\es *
night Sept. 16.
24 HOUR New York. Respectfully
WRECKING
j
Here are some facts I SPECIALSB$ The course may be taken for ,

AUTO SERVICE I and beauty nostrums: college credit (3 semester hours)

L WRINKLES are 1 PIANO dg or without credit. The only require DAN BRASWELL
time. There are many ment for enrollment is that per- ,

son be a.high school graduate.The .
PIANOS A-l 100 cost is $3.00 for teachersand .
4 RECONDITIONED $ up

d J.lVReH C( tSj. B. Factory Remanu&ctured (reg. $395) ;$295 a Florida$16.50 for There non-teachers win be no livingin text ...: : Tax Collector, '


(including bench tuning, and delivery)' g book to buy.

When it comes to A Kohler & Campbell Milton 41-inch Console { This is an interesting! course. Hamilton County, Florida

vice EXTRA SPECIAL Came join the class which will
repair or tG (Returned from Rental)
(meet each Monday night for one
SEE in town. Try us Henry F. Miler 38-inch Spinet, Floor Sample, $500 I*semester. ,
l( free estimate. i -----------------. --------------- ----- -3 -------
American $695)) --------- -------- ------ ----- --- ------- -
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wl Many Other Speck-Is on New Pianos and Organs! :

W tt S I I Q MUSIC ii NOTICE TO FARMERS:

USED I ; COLONIAL HOUSE OF

1108 N. Patterson VALDOSTA Phone 244- 934e '


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TALL 49'; [ OLDFASHIONED.Ib.
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SHURFINE SLICED '. 303 can T ----:--
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HOOD.S'U: ut or more
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