The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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FavorsPublication. Register NowFor Suwannee Jx>re I Capt.-Jeff Tuten [ METHODISTSSET SCHOOL DECISION CONSOLIDATION IN -HAMILTON No. 2 COUNTYby

'Of School ElectionThis ; 'Displayed/m Gets Bronze Star REVIVAL

: John R. Hart

week's issue of the Jasper Live Oak Store The Bronze n Star has been,aware Mr. Clyde( Howard of the Commission -
City Minutes I ; EdItors' note This is the second In series of articles local
announced ( a by
'News carries a notice:by the Supervisor t ,, ed to Captain eft Mclloyd Tutei on
of a A -- 'f River Showcasehas"BeeiTestablishedi son of Mrs. Iris R.Tuten and the Sunday that Rev. Henry A. Guy of citizens wbo believe. a& your editor does, that a single, modern high

_. ,.,,,,,.. -..- ..Dear.-X certainly Bob,., Agree_ with- ycI_r.- In: tIcs 'Books. Hegv5t5aticnjftStJR will be open'ioriegis-g DY.trs:"'Wilbur t lafe M.tE. Tuten, for meritbrio'j Wor'idGbbd"N WsIf necwtUbe'thevisiting ..school tejthe only sohitioavto our scKool troubles In Hamilton County.

timely article; that the proceedings tration until noon on SaturdaY', F. Bell in Live Oak ..located achievement In ground operation Evangelist for the First Last week's article was oiled ".SclentFAuca1ftrnlm'M Forward"

your of our City Council meetires -- October then will be closed atil. in the 'Window of Rose Jewelry against'a hostile enemy. The Medal Methodist' of Jasper on November and was written by Harold Bethea, Jasper Science Teacher.

should. be published ;In,-our after the election !Store downtown on: North Ohio Ave. was presented September 15 in a 3 thru 8. His name was unintentionally omitted from the article, for which

weekly] newspaper. As. a matterof Every freeholder id the county is Mrs: Bell said the showcase will ceremony at Virginia Polytechnic The Rev. Guy has served as we apologize.) ..
only urged to be ) is registeredfor ture fossils, driftwood artifacts Institute where Captain Tuten i is pastor of Methodist Churches in
fact, that is about the way suretne. .
to keep all the people reliably informed this tmportant election- deter- 11 magazine- articles and other i- now senrmV with the ROTC department Florida for over 20 years He ha We folks in Hamilton County: pride to our High Schools in Ham-

as to what our city government mine whether or not bonds may be of interest, offered for dis- served in Fruitiand PariG St. Pet. need to take a good look backward Eton County, but we must realize

(. is doing. and as' to progress issued for a new consolidated high play by residents.''It will be permanent 4-t\tten's; citation read: erburg. Largo, Jacksonville Kls to some of the wasted opportunitythat 'that our good High Schools must be

being made in their efforts to,give J:school for Hamilton County.An and some changes' will be. :Captain.JetJrL Tuten, 071885, In simmee and Tampa. has gone by( Specifically,,(! developed into some thing excellent

the people a good, progressive, and official notice of this.election made- almost daily. fanfcy, United States Army Dutinguisfied Last year he conducted evangelIstic Hamilton County: missed a wonderful I if we are keep our young folks: in
sound is 'carried in this issue' also, .and t She said persons with somethingto himselfby meritoriou crusades in South America, opportunity for a million dollar Hamilton ,Oounty. Pride is a fine
to':goodly:'number all interested citizens are urged; to offer 'may contact her at 210 service during- the period 2 !May Malaya. India. Norway, Sweden, industry in paper making, large I I I thing, but we are in danger of

I have talked 'I read it. On the same. day voters Helvenston Avenue' ,or telephone 1962 to_ItEApfU 1963 in the Republic Denmark and Finland. scale trailer manufacturing slipped I I pointing to our relatively smallI
t -citizens since your -
of interested appeared in The News."They'.will also vote on some- state constitutional 362-1590. Of VIetna**. Serving as an Advise This year Bishop James A. Henley through our fingers, and a retire I I I high schools! as buildings and forgetting -
J article the "1 In other to thejZndJBattaiion.. 33rd Regimen appointed him Conference Evangelist that we should be taking
do abputjublishine: the I (amendments: nd.'on Jx>pe interested people ment settlement project was lost
.too feel as I Council meet school millage for the next two towns along the Suwannee Valley 21st Infantry Division, Army of the for the 550 Methodist Chinches These opportunities were lost be- :pride in the Product of those High
of the City
ings.minutes Although the best reasoningthat :years, as wen as'trustees.I .. will respond and establish similar Republic of Vietnam, Cataiin Tute I in F"1IOrida.Chamber. cause we were not (and are not)) a Schools.

I have heard is that"it is darn I showcases in their towns-then accompanied his unit on combat united county We lack foresight. !'| Students from Hamilton County
t cheap* public relations' at twelve -p---r- -- We can trade display items back operations,, for seven months and The results of disunity have beer must compete with students from

month all thatthere do not believe that our people and forth she said. participated,in over forty heUbom Of ,* low incomes, loss _of 1200 people schools that have ptograms that are
dollars we agree
a times throughoutthe would approve such actiion. I be- "'I believe this can be the beginning assaults against the Viet Con. His .: between the 1950 and 1960 censuses much better than ours. This is true

are that many our is lieve that city government although -!I : of a Suwannee River. courage, balm demeanor and timely < CommerceMembership and the continued loss of our young not because the teachers are better

called year to assist newspaper in publicizingthe not quite as big as county Museum, which would be a major! ( advice'Under hostile fire won people because there is little op- ,'elsewhere, nor because the a11lI -

worthwhile upon projects within our government, is just as ,importantto j' tourist attraction." I! him the confidence and respect of potw lty. I I dents are brighter in other places,
all of The first display features an interesting the Vietnamese. he advised( because this is rural
little city. us. We have at our finger tips a new or a area,
the I We have good, capable, and honest -; rock collection by Mrs. Through -his,, tireless efforts the< Drive Under Way opportunity to unite this County, but because we refuse to concentrate -
To; these numerous calls, men on our city counciL We I II Bell some o fthem showing sea battalion achieved a high state of: The annual membership drive of and unite we must for economic survivaL our effort toward the betterment -

News has always responded gen- I have an excellent and well I shells imbedded in Suwannee I training,_ ,procured and properly the Hamilton County Chamber of The loss of tourist traffic \\-illl I I I of opportunity for al Ithe students -

erouslyYes I fied city manager who is qauli-j River stones, pointing up the era utilized supplies and equipment & Commerce is under way. accordingto soon be felt by all of us in the in the county. We must constantly -
Bob, the most of us agree splendid job. These men give us when this area was covered by I gained an."Mable reputation for Ed Craton, who is drive chair County. The most important oppor- I I remind ourselves that there

that it is wise indeed', to save and their best at all times. I feel certaIn -ocean. It also displays polished aggressiveness in combat. In De- man this year. He urges all who tunity for uniting Hamilton County is only one excuse for schools;
out expenses where it is possible, that each one of these men will ,driftwood shaped like an eagle, cember-1962.. Captain Tuten was reassigned have not renewed to please make I STUDENTS. It is our moral obligation
but an item as small as one hundred at their.#ext regular meeting, give !by Mrs. Mahone Rees, and goose toJhe position of assistantG3 things easier for his committee by ties in the development 9?! an excellent I to give Hamilton County Stui
fourty-four dollars a year in 'shaped driftwood By Mrs.: Bell Advisor (plans) where he demonstrated school system. One of the most
careful consideration to our pointof sending or bringing their membership I I dents the best in science ,m 4 he-
the budget for complete newspaper view. I I Pictures from the Suwannee exceptional skill as a to the Chamber of Commerce important questions asked i.rdJstrial'by representatives 'I matics social studies, and government
coverage on the proceedings of our County Chamber of Commerce, the staff officer making significant contribution looking for
; yours I office in the next few days. ; in fact in every rehn of educational
city government, is MONEY WELL. Lennard Register, Sr. ,Suwannee River Authority, and the I to Improve the tactics and The Chamber Secretary Mrs. sites is, "What is your school setup opportunityI
SPENT. What would happen if Florida Development Commission techniques employed aganst the ?" "Can you accommodate and
1 Grace Polk, points out that the be- i invite every freeholder in Hamilton -
our county commissioners were to 'along with newspaper editorialsby Viet ong.Captain: Tuten's service help train the people we need for
v ginning of the fiscal year is entirely I County to throw aside malice
take the same attitude toward pub-j Frank Westmark of the Su during this period reflects great our work?" Two more questionsare
yfw dependent on individual memberships ,envy, and false pride. Please takea
of Democrat are also feature- himself and the United there labor supply:
.lishing the proceedings our county = wannee credit upon; for funds with which to asked-Is a real close look at the TRUE
government To say the least, ed.- I! States Army and is in keeping with operate. and room for expansion The tax I ISSUE Involved; the educational
the traditions of the mili- is
highest stricture examined
I I welfare of our boys and girls!
tary service. To most ofbse usual questions The decision all must make
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r picture of Captain Tuten
page supply,
= : were We do have a. labor we be prayed about. Our children's
... -..". COMMENTS FROM THE CAPITOL ..tt:.:. : ,'. .. along with a 12 page picture storyof Featured at tb have ample! room for expansion I,future ii at ttok "and not yours
.... # -' VietNam in its Jan. 22, 1963 .. I I -
"-, ,by.Yam Neff "'.Ai:. l 1 3 Issue and presently our tax structure is and mine as parents, for most of

1 --- : yGraduated Foster Memorial being modified, but he most vital I us have had ample opportunity
towards from the University of question must be faced. Is our whether we used It or not
She.was a mother. Hereon trounced our gals Both countries the movement F3oi)4aJjn) 9S1. as a. DistirgiishedMilitary the I,
"was iuViet'Nam.'Milii., had affirmed the -agree* armtas..t'8YDltand other: SttjdenCCaptaln Tuten accepted "The 40-voicp :Florida A St. .M school setup able to meet Not- lone ego, the idea of "Who
tactics. The moder Choral Society of Tallahassee will need? We realize that the answers l and "What
know" not
tary Advisor. And'' she felt meat jet, to show themselves bloody % a Tegular army commissionHe Lyon youknow"
vre had no business being as the winner,. the ates and other passive- attended the basic- officer: be featured in concert at the StePhen no was the basis for work opportunity
there. When I pointed out Soviets violated this resistance advocates are be- and airborne school E Foster Memorial at 3p.m. The opportunity to unite Hamilton and success. We have
that-not to be there was agree ing pressured to step aside. course before being ranger assigned to the 29th Sunday September 29, Thelma A County will be presented to all learned that there is no progress
ment. For all the.viewers to'ee
to abandon the country and Furthermore the Party Fort Boltin, ,Special events director forthe of 1 us on November 5th. If we pass educationally otherwise in sucha
eventually the world to the were the point standings seeks in the campaign a infantry regiment ordered at to3erlin Banning, Memorial announced today. the School Bond Election, we will system. The new emphasis of the
In[ 1957 he was '
Communists she lumped together- which rewarding hunting groundfor Miss. Boltin said the A & M' all
replied, where he served in the be ready to go forward",- having SPACE AGE is WHAT DO YOU
"Yet we always tie'our- in total, placed Russia first. new members, especially Germany 6th and subsequently as group is the first in a series of the elements needed to bring in in KNOW and HOW WELL CAN YOU

selves up with the wrong As we see it, the Russians among the Black Infantry special programs At the Memorial I dustry.A DO THE JOB!
aide De the Commanding
kind,of people." will violate an agreement in Muslims (who now demand Camp to featuring Florida: colleges and uni: will result in a residents of
United General Returning to the U. S. in united County I Again beg all the
one-fifth of the
There is the observationof /ersities. Others scheduled include
sporting events, in international will allow our fine hat-
1960 attended d the infantry career school that Hamilton County to bury the
a'well-mea.ning dogooder. States for their own personal Florida State University ,
diplomacy or in mili- course and pathfinder school young people the opportunity for a chet and look realistically at the
Perhaps liberal and do- tary matters, whenever theysee use...) eThey've at Ft. Benning and was ordred to I of Florida, University of South background that will enable themto educational needs of the boys and
jrooder are synonymous. 1 Florida, Jacksonville University,
There are circumstanceswhen any advantage in breakingit. d""e it to m Fbrf ;Jackson, South Carolina In md North Florida Junior College. compete in industry, science, I girls in Hamilton County I feel thatif

we have as much to Hour" long will they honor again! We've never l"-t n 1961. In 1962 he volunteered for i The A & M Choral Society under and government With activity and i we put first things first--our" boys

fear from the actions of the the Test Ban Agreement. ? war and we've never wona duty in South Vietnam and arrivedin ,the direction of Mrs. Rebecca W. industry at home our young people. and girls-that the School Bond
.liberal do-gooders as from ,. peace. In my judirni >nt, that country in April of the same Steele, will appear in the picture- will stop leaving us. How :long can Issue will carry unanhnouaiiy since
the dedicated Communists. we've been had again. year. Returning to the U. S. in I outdoor amphitheatre on the we continue to drive our young no thinking person will vote againstthe

When I made the observation V While the Test Ban Treaty April 1963 he joined the Army ROTC banks iue of the Suwannee River. The people away"because of our petty welfare of his own boy or girlIt
beneficial Instructor at Virginia and is the responsibility and duty for
that even Batistawas may have aspects group will include a number of jealousy envy
less of an evil than there are many points Polytechnic Institute in May. Dur- Stephen Foster melodies and spirituals We get rid of old things -with a each of us in Hamilton County to

Castro, the answer was which are contrary to our ing the coming school year he will and will feature soloists as feelinG of remorse at timesbutin I pray and react positively towardthe

"Yes, but must we alwaysbe best interests and certainly teach freshman military science well as a quartet. order to find a fuller life. It is school issue in Hamilton County

on the side of dictators to our intentions. and military history. human and natural to point with!1 .

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Always' is a long play with us like a cat plays SWEET SALEThe 1m demand for concerts! throughout --1/ff, { n' __ __ _
; time. And idealistically of with a m 0 u s e. Consider the country and we are fortunateto -

course, we wish that dictators this the agreement says Junior High Methodist Youth have them at the Memorial"
were elected to that any nation can becomea Fellowship the First Methodist Miss Boltin said. "And we are lookIng Facts: Bond Election

-office by democratic processes. party to the treaty automatically Church will hold a Sweet Sale on forward to concerts by other

But, don't you remember by notifying the Saturday at 10:00 a.m. The Sweet college and university singers and
when Cheddi Jagan was Taking Mr. Khrushchev three signers that it agrees Sale of cookies, cakes, and home- musicians in the next several SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION

considered a do-g o o d e r, at his own words when he with the treaty. This means made candy will be located at Ka- months." 'Tell the truth to the people they will accept it?
with the interest at heart replied to Peking they that East Germany and yo's Drug Store an dthe Western The public is invited to attend the

for the people of British believe they can bury the Cuba with whom we haveno Auto Store.Report. concerts, she added. The only ad- This committee, feeling charged with respomlblttty, pledged themselves

Guiana? .. and, do you Capitalistic West without relations and with whomwe mission charge is the regular gate at the Initial meeting to find and present to the people of
remember when Herbert L. overt war Overt: mean- do no business merelyby fee to the Memorial grounds. high school consolidation -
Matthews then writing ,for ing outright declared war. signing the treaty, recognize FiresInAdvanceSays, As usual, the 243-acre state park Hamilton County the truthful facts concerning a held
the New York Times, "con- There was no mention made us and we perforce and Memorial will be open from program and the upcoming bond election to be on

vinced" us that the revolution about brush-fire wars nor recognize them regardlessof 10 am. to 5:30 p.m. with many November 5, 1963.POINTS.
in Cuba was not Communistic about the subversion and the fact that we disclaimit. and other .visitorsexpected '.
the Forest Service :> groups .,. TaKNOW.AND REMEMBER
but simply conversion bf discontentsinto -- ?: Four concerts will be
dictates ,of the agrarian training and scrub It further. The
goes played o nthe 97 bell carillon during
-people for self-government? wars in places like Latin agreement says that whileno The local Florida Fbrest Service the day. I. Your name must be on registration roll by October 5,

All of which adds up to America, 'Asia and Indo- nati,will test in the office to day,advised that everyone '1963 in order to vote in school bond election.

-- there are many plans nesia._ atmosphere under wa&er.or should report any and all burningto

and processes: ,by which the All of which means that in outer space a nv Jon them "Doing this will solve 2. Only property owners, or freeholders ,will be eligible to
Communists are knockingoff the present Washington at- may'test in caves or UU.CT- valuable timeand expense of check No Fourth Friday
one country after an mosphere of rosy coexistence ground. Therefore Cuba Ing smokes that require no action" ,vote.

other. We have to defend and agreements to with lots of c&ve.s. can be- said Kelley. Sing At Jasper 3. November 5, J 1963 i General Election Day. Voters will
ourselves not only against 3
ban nuclear testing appear come the developing ground Kelley also pointed out that the
the avowed Communist, but to me to be anythingbut for,Communistic experiments. men and equipment would be avail Church of God be given a separate ballot for school bond vote
also against the naive do-
new in Soviet able to assist landowners in Ham
a era
gooder who unknowingly'' There will not be another 4th Based valuations nine ($9.00
comradeship. When yon take into consideration ilton: County again this year should! 4. on present county per
.aids taa Communist w goals .. < that the Bar they be needed. Friday sing at the Jasper Church: thousand) mills over & above homestead exemption will
of God until further notice.
Despite rumors to the Association has plainly Kelley pointed out, however that payoff bonds including interest. Home owners not
It is a little thing Yet. it We win make announcement
contrary, the Negro's cam- stated that Russia has broken the service has only a limited
was broadcast to the nations paign for civil equality was fifty out of fifty-three amount of personel and equipmentnthe the paper as to the date of the already paying taxes will not be affected by this bond

o f Europe and mo.sl.of the not originated by the Communists agreements into which she County and if there are too next sing. election unless and until county property valuations are

countries in this hemisphere. nor is it as yet has entered when you marry requests we might have to changed. (If valuations are raised, millage will be less

While relatively unimportant, dominated by the Commu retain in your full reason get; to you as we can. _.
il 1ow.r1M nature and character nists. But it would be ing that the Communists Kelly also stated that should one than nine mills) v ?

of the ,Russians. It occurred strange indeed if the Communists mean to annihilate us have burning 'to do, if you could of homestead
on the televised tract did not try to move that every interval in the check with our office we would ben Stve SifhtA 5. For farmers owning property in excess

meet of the Russian versus fa ana make the best of a Cold War is intended to a position to advise wheather a c exemption e estimated cost will be six and three tenths

the American athletes had great opportunity for mass consolidate their advances or not it was safe. Should we ad- tv the WHNI cents per acre over and above homestead exemption.This .
violence and racial warfare. begin to
yea question rise it unsafe to burn, then it www.no
been that the agreed points"by scored both parties by the And'delng.that's Jest what \AKJare whether intention wily was Khrushchev's not only a should be put off until such favor OVETOmFLMWA ( based on present valuation)

f maieaaad' females would Growing: b e Ii J a i-IIie. Test Ban Treaty and a able conditions exists. LHMS( IMNMTMN. MORE TRUTHFUL FACTS NEXT WEEK
"We appreciate continued:
''1 be"calculated 3epar /Jy.' The scenes Communist faflgeace jBens of consolidating but In your futureas "LETS GIVE ALL OF OUR CHILDREN THE BEST"
American males beet the Rxs- ; sacked by Party alee gaining for ooperation. you fJl TWE KWI. ..
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: ,111/U .: :'! THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, September 27, 1963.
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! ? esse0' The scene of the' party was SOIL |
Jennings High 'at the home of Mrs Roswell Avrlett Sponsor Miss Barbara Pearman
\ School NewsOur I Green decorations and white and was refreshments used in the of BOOSTERS MEET }

school is progressing nicely.1{I punch and cake. The Boosters Club of Jennings\
Everyone is working very hard to had its regular meeting Monday:
Miss Linda Smith kept the
keep out of work. Our best periodare night, at the schooL Officers as ;
recess and lunch. i bride's book. Several cf"Miriam's. follows'tvere elected: I SCHOOL ELECTION
classmates helped with the serving
f I It President Mrs Edward; Murphy
JENNINGS WINS The guest of honor wore a yellow Vice President, Mr. Ben Bates
t Our boys won an overwhelming I two piece dress and a white cor- Secretary Treasurer Billy Blair
victory over the Perry B. squad.1 sage.I ) Projects and! plans were discussed A suit has been filed with the CounttClerk this week in which
: The teamwork was' marvelous.The .I Miss Betty Lou Mathis graduate.. '", "Jennarea"CIub t the plaintiffs seek an injunction to bar the holding of an election to

,.- favor.final score was 42 to 6in our t."f F. S .U. is teachinglxxne econo NINTH *GRADE* S NEWSi To Meet Oct 3. I determine whether or not the high schools of Hamilton County shall
in St. Petersburg High at St. be consolidated and
building built
MAGAZINE SALES Petersburg Fla. i Miss Glenda Hewitt of the Jen- The Jennarea Community Club a new at Jasper.
The Juniors and Seniors of Jennings -I ning ninth grade has been in the of Jennings and surrounding area. Ben Bates .
f Clayton Bradshaw and Fred Christie plaintiffs
hospital for two weeks. Our class are "
YOUNG PEOPLE OFF'TO will hold there monthly meeting
Hi are selling magazines,lOUR sent and few wrote notes and C. A. Avriett is their lawyer. Defendants Frank -, -
" They are going to use the money COLLEGE money a and covered dish supper fa Jen- are Clyde Hunter I
for class activities. T -tH nAt 1'..Y, i ie going; to Bird- We hope Glenda can be with us ings school Lunch room, Thursday Matthews, E. V. Stormant, Allen B. Tyree and Johnny Butler, as the
. I wood College at Thomasville Ga. soon.Most Oct 3, at 7:00 p.m. I Board of Public Instruction, and Harry T. Reid, Superintendent.
BOYS RETURN HOME Brenfa Buflernl Ben Bates are of the ninth graders are Those interested In community!
Bill Butler Otis and Carl Holland going to Valdosta State College taking drivers education.i Our in- improvement? '.ar -':urged to'come.l,. A .. H'T suit,aaJU.. !_;.ante ndJJ! a.t..t ..mi iput of the.. JunejJjJ ... jI
Donald 'Ray{; McCulley,--:Thomas Teddb..Bjtes and atricia: -Shlvler.Wu t felected Mr: Jesse' Wood'6T Jasper wilf'TXJ l lgrest t meeting of the Board of Public l Instruction show that three out of five
'Mathi' and 'Harry 'Pennington are returning to Valdosta State. some of the boys to showus speaker.. I members voted against consolidation that only the, Board
have returned to school. They have Those from this area why are girls the different parts of the I ; can con
been working in Canada. Doing to Madison are: Betty Gean car. We found it most interesting, solidate the schools, not the voters, and that the Board voted against
S. Kramer." S. M. Deas. Eddie Sullivan but there was a few of us who had DANCE consolidation; and further it asks the court for an injunction restrain-
PEP MEETING Bobby Howell, Jerry Blair. some knowledge of the car. One or' ing the Board from holding election. It -
requires an answering .
had first At Mercer is Jan Pafford whois two know that gas goes in the ra-I'
Last Friday we our .
diator and that oil is in statement within 20 days.
off taking a nursing course. poured
We almost took
Pep Meeting.
the top of the gym Our cheer- I where it is checked. I Every Sat. Nite at'-- ,', ri -' I' As examinedby your reporter, the suit appears to base its allegations
leaders did a fine job in leading. President F. H.-.A.Miriam OFFIC-0"Howell !>>63.GI' i girls The are ninth making grade home plans economics to survey i i Chandler's WarehouseNo upon the fact that two of the members of the board, in voting
Johnson, Sharon "
Howell They are, Elain: Sybil Smith, Gail Green, V P. Program of Work Linda Smith the grades 6-12 to find!out who eats "2 ," t' to submit the petition and resolution to the State for permission to call't
Linda Gay and Linda Smith. -". P. Projects Sue; Butler (breakfast. We would also like to J 6:30 to an election voted favorably, but specified that they were not voting
V. P. Recreation Sharon Howell I i know if they think they had a good 12:00.l' I in favor of consolidation but
were voting in favor of submitting the
Mrs. Harrell Howell Honored V. P. Degrees Betty Sue Zant :breakfast, whether or not they area Danny Deas and Ills:{ ,
Mrs Harre'll Howell nee Miriam Secretary Glenda Wheeler boy or girl and who eats a better Western Playboys : proposition to a vote of the people.
Newsome was honored at a lovely Treasurer Sandra Rowell breakfast; boys or girls. All this information Superintendent Harry T. Reid stated that he expected that
miscellaneous shower Friday night, Historian, Mary Wells compiled will make a Admission 75c & $1.00 F. B. Harrell will defend the suit for the Board.
The party was given by seven Parliamentarian Barabra Hender: very interesting 'report.
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.' > -. r'Mrs.:Tbna;Leslie went Saturday t,and Mrs. Jesse Wood. MIs.Paul, thing *" \ I Both are spruced up for faJL Work I The Methodist are having a work
% "' @ : to Gainesville-greet a tiny new Weber, :Mrs_'Robert Fisfc.and Rev. Is praising God all unaware.. ing Mon and Tues. were Chairman, shop Sunday over in Madison. This
,Truit .. s s A vie Karrell Dawn Harrison, Lois especially for chairmen.
I > born Komen
granddaughterr Evelyn Lynn
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September 17 to Boyce and Joyce f The State W. tUJ s. Campof We wish for you no better"thing Curry. When we say work we don't 5. .(

: Howell Dale and Kieth, the young 0 the Suwannee for several weeks than ta hear Dr"Roy'Angel' at mean supervising but raking pullIng A Story on Jasper's Jaaeace>
8t1.gtk j: sonsfof:the Howells had spent the during the summer for G. A.activities. First Baptist Church thru grass and etc.: The other two on'{inner *) ,

previous :week with Mrs. Leslie ,'# : September 29. that committe are Julia Ratiiff and I Janeace Griner daughter of Mrs.
I -11. :- Mamie Bryan The fact that they
and returned 'to Gainesville J. W. E Griner has just scoredI
day. Satur-j i I Mr, and Mrs. Maples who not For weeks I passed by the were not in action Monday and ,I another "big University Victory.

J'. #' .. e so many years ago lived in Jasper at the center" Cherokee rose Tuesday does not imply inactivity. 'Janeace over in Madison at Junior
';;'''.:.11\\ The Baptist W.M.S ladies entertained -'-he a coach and Mrs. Maples a and thought someday I'll get someone We've seen every,fine of this Beautification College made excellent grades, a

:, b7Vkrpsllsa 3Tman2.4 5l Thursday afternoon at a teacher in,Jennings :Mrs. Mapleshas r to take it up. Last week I Committee doing real spiritual name,for herself having!
shower tea for :Miss Lea Phillips just won the Pillsbury Bake- pruning for pleasure out in work on their projects. resided while there in the home of
who will be married September 28 off contest theonly winner in(back yard! and snipped off some Mr. and Mrs Fjred Wackier, Sr.
A BAG OF TOOLS duced chiefs for the Seminoles to Mr. Williams Floyd Taylor of Florida. Prize $$100- General I Mr. O. W. Norwood has an ad in
I few I
the thorny limbs-just a She was active in all cfaureh affairs
R. L. SharpeIsn't since the days before they 'moved 'tSiweek
Lake clity, but now in the U. S. Electric Range, and a trip to Hollywood -I and m burn them. I became the paper Mr. Norwood over there as she has been in l her
it strange down into Florida in the early
I stationed at Pensacola. ; California.. has his garden planted for the
[[Navy lintriqued I kept snipping home town-Jasper. Recettdy Jas-
That princes and kings, 1800's. j!! lathe reception room at the Educational : 'never promising to get'the JFall i -his other garden chores done: per teachers in writing recommendations
And clowns that DeVane and Billy Bowlegs were 1 I'
\ caper Buikflng' Mrs. W. B. Lewis -t As of this Tuesday in Septembera job done. It was just too big a job and still he has time. for Janeace. spoke of her
In. sawdust rings; guests of the Arcadia Rotary Oub.i I I received; at the door. Mrs. .R. ,- March wind with hurricane for me. Then I got the saw '(I He would like to take on odd jobsI ability .loyality .thougmMulnes* attractive -
And ,people Bowlegs moved about as easily
common with the honoree, witha know how good a workman is
D. Vickery stood overtones. worked a little longer I found personality, wet manner
Like you and me and as fast as the businessmenwho I -in the garden doing repairs
5555 or :
Miss Phillips and her mother, Mrs i little calculating how I could
and kindness older
ness to
ones as
Are builders for eternity? o were half a century younger, i' .' about the house.
Oren, Phillips. The bulletin racks at Home Demonstration -those big dead limbs at the center. i
well as her convictions and eagerness
Each is of tools When Henry Lanier, Arcadia bus
given a bag ,
About the room were vases of and County Agent of- Finally it was all down and piledup Sojust case you need someone for righteous living.
A shapeless mass, inessman and civic leader passed the lovely t late summer coral.vine t fice are full of the most informative and burning. -get in touch with him.
F A book of rules; around .some ,Russian-made ciga- A,big table covered in white held \booklets on most anything. you are I And because I needed lessonI I 74 which is Sigma Kappa. In Maine
And each must make I rettes which he had brought back The seven sister: spend the day
"i Maine we have some of the famous
laid interested in.
. .. ( many gifts The tea table was thought ,thats the way Wfi'd ; ;
Ere is flown. from recent tour of the Soviet party.
embroidered white li-. s _e s I I and oldest schools and eoHeg s.
A stumbling block f fOr j J Union,Bowlegs quickly put out: his with a pretty .. big jobs-not all at once but bit by When Mrs. C. B. Warner of Live Colby College in Watervflle Maine
,cottrAt one' end was againthd Mr. Mrs.hnls bit.
aril Skinner and
I a stepping' stone.'r American 'made cigarette and I Oak comes to Jasper she Ekes to
: I 'lovely pink vine There were son Girvin of Coco spent a few,days . was chartered in the year 1813 and
lighted the long Russian smoke. see all her sisters.So .
the oldest National Social
A haze on the far horizon, platters of delicious cake, compotes recently with Mrs. Vera Rhoden. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dedge spent one of
He coughed on his first draw of it was like that last Friday
The infinite, tender sky of nuts and the tempting bowl -of j I in Jacksonville visiting sororities was founded there in 1874.
I smoke, but went on and finishedthe Sunday September 20. when Mrs. Berta which is In Maine
Sigma Kappa.
The ripe rich tint of the cornfields Russian cigarette. Then he punch; Mrs. John C. ,Camp presided -i Mr. and Mrs. J V. McCall Miss their several children and attending Culbreath,got word to the rest of of the old academies, the
And the wild geese sailing high; :let it be known emphatically in broken 'here. Inez McCall and Mrs. Walter Have a church meeting the sisters fora spend the day many
And all over upland and: .lowland' English that he preferred Am- Jessie 'Phillips, a sister of the nner attended the house warming I S. party.It forerunners of present high
The charm of the goWenrod I erican-made bride-elect, kept the guest book :down at OBrine last Sunday..It wasa and covered dish dinner anda shcools, are continuing their work
( cigarettes. .. I Mr. Walter edge Mr. Math was a notably Fryeburg Academy, at Frye
Some of us call it Autumn, ; ti | party given b 'the neighbors for royal good day for aH
And others call. it God i Mrs. 'Martha Caldwell left this Miss Effie Dedge attended a'special Mr. and Mrs. Maybry Wilson Mrs j-I tist church meeting in Jacksonville Those in the party Were Mrs. burg, Maine where Daniel Webster
Over the entire nation
taught. Sig-
-Wm. 6arruthers: week for a visit to her son, Jack service at the Methodist'Wflson daughter of Henry McCallwho Sunday Bertha Culbreth, Mrs. C. B. Warner
ma Kappa Sorority is strong with
c (and his family in Marysville, Cali- Church in Statenvffie Sunday. The once lived in this area. I" 5555 J| ,1 frs. Hannah Bland, Mrs. leaders, and
From South Florida-Billy Bow I fornia. She went by plane from subject at.The Sermon on the I had occassion to meet Mr. El- :'Grace McGhin, Mrs. Mary Cunningham many outstanding
members heads. It is older
legs has health Ox.at 101.. Mount'' was pantomimed as the I The W. S cT S. Educational as than
Atlanta and will probably be gone bert.Brack. of the Georgia Southern 1 I Mrs Ruby DeVane, Mrs. Alpha Delta Pi, ChiOmega Alpha
ARCADIA Billy Bowlegs m,.until Christmas. pastor spoke. Afterward Miss EfI I,Sevas held at Charts Methoocyst Railroad agent when I went to get I I IiNancy'Bland.The, seven Bradshaw
Chi Omega, Phi Mu, Delta,Delta.
the fie had dinner with her sister, Mrs this
101-year-old Seminole Indian I S. church "Thursday. The my,box pf apples from N. CL He sisters.
chieftain dropped by Arcadia this i Mrs_ Annette Joiner spent Several E. L. Dukes- | meeting was ,especially ,for the Chas ,been here 18 months. I I e e 'I'Delta'themselves and many others excellent.which ire
week for a routine physical check- :, days last week in Alachua as, SSs I fI'leaders Pres. Vice Pres.. Sec. and i j I|I I I He and Mrs. Brack and 2sons ''Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lee took their I strong and
up..and got word from his doctor guest of her son O. L. and family. I I The Advent Christian membership Pastor of the churches: 3 and 1 year old five in the Nodie I IMcGhin I(I vacation last week and after doing I'I'I I Sigma Kappa Sorority wanted Jan
..that)he was in "good" condition. is having a series of cottage Secretaries Missionary and Ed : house. They come fromDuiblin ,many things around the home .took ace Griner and that is what she
..He:,Was accompanied. by Albert Susan :Levin walked right into prayer meetings this week preparatory bcational Service, Spiritual life;' Ga. [off to Tallahassee where they visit 'pledged last week during rush at
DeVane,- outstanding Florida historian important assignments down at U. '1 to the Revival which begins Christian Social reflations Youth e I'led Cary and Myrna Hurst and little I Florida State University in Talla-
,of SebringL.who has been a.''of Fla. She was elected Freshman October 14., Rev. Silas B. Aldridgewill work and children's work Mr and Mrs. C B. daughter and several other 1 hassee.

'lifelong; friend of the Seminoles and Representative to the Legislative preach. S. *.* spenf last week in S. Florida visit 'I Uvea i nthat part of the State. Tela-I Many of us think of sororities .as
;Bowlegs. Council She was at home Friday "Who walks wth beauty has no ing the kin and friends at Lakeland had a. most enjoyable vacation. ,Just social which is untrue. They$
Bowlegs came to get his checkup evening, but back early Saturdayfor Bap- need of fear"t xxx Ocala Bade City and BusheL They .' have many" worthwhile projectssuch
from Dr. Gordon McSwain becausethe : Pledge Day. She was pledged .'Who takes of Beauty"wine and daily were joined Indians consider him one of !Delta Phi Epsilon.I .. sociation met at Camp .rf the SUo-. bread I Gene MtKelvey of Jacksonville. on a weekend to Hilliard Ga ||: scholarships and many deeds
the best, DeVane explained. Dr. I I s wannee (near Branford Sept. 20-I Will know no lack when bitter !I I I I for a visit with Sonn yaM Mary 1 1I of mercy. We understand that the

t McSwain's father, also a medical; When the :McCf lS'had.,Jheir reunion 21 There were 95 girls attending!, years' are lean; A box of apples from N. C. tells j Page There was so much of interest Holy Bible is the basis for their
physician, is believed to be the first o early in September there and grown-ups as chaperones :Mrs The brimming cup is by the feast I me niece Floy McEachern of !tin that part of Ga. that they pro I initiation.
white doctor cousins there from Brazil. Cecil Vann is Associational Di is Gainesville is there. This I
to operate upon a were the' spread; visiting I raise themselves a more liesurely An outstanding Sigma Kappa in
Seminole Indian, he added. I Mr. and Mrs. Cy Dowsey,and their rector. The sun and; moon and stars his is Mrs. McEachern first year I trip later. There was the orchid I'!'the I state is Mrs Edward E. Cone: of
The operation, which was for appendicitis I four children had just returned Friday evening Clarence Parker eyes-have seen. teachers:retirement, a long farm with 10,000 blooming orchids I|Jacksonville: daughter of Mrs. Vir-
many years ago at Fort from two 5-year assignments as talked an "(
Myers, was a success and since I missionaries to that country and day Sayer Canova spoke to the Slakes; remember the reaction of the retired '. that country require reading. I Kane (Mrs. Edward) was sent by
that time DeVane continued, the I under the Methodist Missionary young+ ladies on "Big Moments." The wine of Beauty; an dthe breadhe fire horse to the first alarm 5555 j I'the Florida Sigma Kappa's recentlyto
Indians have sought out the Mc- Board They have probably come j I I Truit Kbmer pastor of Divonia, breaks. ed fire horse to the first alarm.. Mrs. J. L. Cotium. has announced:: Logan, Utah where she spoke.at
Swains for medical attention I home for goad now. They have two taught the Beatitudes and Ben Borders e .f' -* .. 5555 open house at her newly opened I''officers training school on sehoJar-

Bowlegs' checkup included! his I sons in college in Florida. .of Branford brought the mis- A later poet .:.- Carolyn Bavies I The Beautification Com. of Beauty Parlor, All day Friday:':ship.-she is also Dean of Girls at
heart blood tests blood pressure Mrs.Dowsey was Marcia Lee sionary message. think) -Z;- Jasper Garden- Club is due friends and well-wishers will be ;.Robert E. Lee High school in Jack
checks and all the other featuresof fCbttingham, a cousin of Mary The adults going from Hamilton "Who looks on Beauty with glad thanks of Jasper people for morning irt. Many; lovely prizes are sonville. Well at any rate Janeace
a thorough physical examination I Cowart ,Weber. They speak Portu- County were Rev. and! Mrs. Hend-. eyes progress of the parks-the big ready for the drawing and refreshments Griner, Vlrgie Cone and many:
DeVane said. guese and often find themselves' ley of Bright Pond; Rev. and Mrs. And finds id it surcrease from, care I angle at the Juncition of 41 will be. served during: the others are in this good Yankee
The chieftain's family has pro I tangfing: with that and English. I I Canova, Mrs.: Mat Marable, Mr. Who marks! each ''small and lovely,129 and the little triangle Jn town day: School sorority,


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I '.-. ::. HAMILTON HOME HOMECOMINGThe Jasper Methodists J 1 BIRTHDAY PARTY Letter To Editor:

I : : ::.': .. .Xou and rOll School. 1 I AND LANDMARK "Swift Creek Methodist Plan Promotions' Graham) Black celebrated his of and White
1I/T 3iurch annual fiomeccming will be S 14th birthday Monday night, September The people Jennings
b1 M UrPoweikf : -_ DESTROYED BY FIREThe [September 29. Everyone:: 'is invited :.I InstallationsThis .23 Those helping to make Springs have had it crammed down
: It about how wonderfulit
*&. o ome.'The'speaker will be Rev. it a very happy evening were his our throats
= With"'the-school bond election,terest Ja any:real estate property home of Mr and Mrs, E. B. Roy Hsfc. !brother, Ralph 'and cousins, Hal would be for our children to be
;| 'iSrawing-Nearer' there will wry owned by. the, husband, her name Jordan, one,of the oldest homes in Sunday, September 2th will I and Steve Tuten.His forced to attend school in Jasper.
"', ,1ik 1y.Crane an increased: lempo of must:appear on the deed if she is North Florida was destroyed by be Promotion Sunday at Jasper and i Have the people of Jasper considered
:activity on the part of both' those I to'be registered as a qualified freeholder fire Monday evening, September ASCS MEETINGIN first Methodist Church announced mother father VoncOs how they would like putting -
', !I and be Reddin Dail Church School and Jim Black, saW to it that the I kids to the discomfort:
those Mr. their
-who favor the',p eim al and permitted to vote in ,
.' the bond'election.. Ifith.The JACKSONVILLE young men were well supplied with I bus that far? Are the'
:-tvfio oppose TWs is to be expectI + home located on the Woodpecker Superintendent.Each 'I I of riding a
', -I d-and, is as"it: fenould be on any I i We :want ,Awry'person* who is Route north of White Clyde R. Payne, local County year those) children and charcoal gzffied. 'steaks. and all,the people of Jasper also unfair enough

,; public issue. However, only those I interested in'jvoting,on this matter Springs, had provided shelter and Office Manager, Agicultuitral Sta- youth that have k passed on to higher trimmings.the to want to deprive our children of
: ,who are qualified :to vote :on election \and is qualified to do so, to be pro happiness for 6 generations of the ulization and Conservation' Ser- levels of Christian Education are I the privileges of participating in

: date. win. have any actual 'ori ,perly registered,for: this election. family. The home represented one vice, announced today that he and given certificates of Promotion at I Mrs. Maude sports, clubs, etc. Which would be
I real voice in settling -(This Is the'proper, and only* way of the finest examples of early members of the ASC County Com- the Church School:Assembly. Official Board and denied them unless they could

,1. { ,the, matter.]to rightly :decide this issue.: It is North Florida architecture and was mittee will attend the ASCS State Installation of Church School Havener Commission, President Chairmen of:W.s.c.s.Education I afford a car to get home In.

JTo this end wet a, sad commentary: ,and day in our furnished with beautiful antique Conference next week in Jackson- Workers
-w t -CoL Julian Wood; Evangelism- Why not let Jasper #ve in and
.are, reminding![county when reprisals and intimidations furniture. Fortunately, no one was The Church School Workers of I
ville.Members Clyde Howard Missions\ : J. send their kids to White Springs
i ,;:.:, ,;. j[both those who are resorted: in order to injured, but both Mr. and Mrs. Jordan of the ASC County Com First Methodist Church, will recognized ; i would they like
L CoQtxm Christian Social Con-I Jennings? How
"< : ; or
) are in favor of,thwart an individual or a group o f were left with'only the clothes Wallace Deas, Joe W. Mitchell and and consecrated to their [ !
I! cems-Mrs. Hannah Bland this arrangement?
[the proposal and people from expressing their opin- they were wearing. M. T. Miller. tasks in the Church School for the,! !
called un
Each will meet the We have been many
f [those. who oppose j jjit ;lion up on any given public question. A miscellaneous shower is being The conference, which wifl be coming year during the morning;t''District Chairman group and together will II pleasant names all because we
4 of certain con- would be attended ASC County Managersand The Church school ,
another service.
1 1t lIt| sad commentary given for the Jordans at 8:00 p.m. by worship 'outline the year's work. AD com- want our children to continue to
c dcn. s' that must for any individual or group of Friday, September 27th at the Committeemen from all over year this time will run,from October attend. We
comznissions school
mittee members of these have a nearby to
t [be met. before(j')[individuals to seek or attempt to home of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Hogan the State, will begin at 1:30 p.m., 1 thru August 30. The serviceof are urged to attend this im- are not stupid as we have been referred
: one can vote* on.thwart the will of a majority of the on U. S. Highway, north ofI October 2 and run through noon, recognition will be held in the ,
.-this exceedingly important and j I.freeholders ", of this county White Springs., October 4. It will be held at the Sanctuary during the morning wor-;''portant: meeting. to as being.I .
vital'issue. In the 'first place you from expressing:their views on this Every one interested is invited. Robert Meyer Hotel in downtown ship service. Rev. Norman Booth I!YOUTH INSTALLATIONOn t say instead of making these-

I must,be registered- as a freeholder 'matter on,'a legal technicality of I I Jacksonville. will be preaching on "The Christ September 29, daring'the Sunday hardships on many just to make it

.r elec'toi.on:: or before Saturday October -1 j'[the law. Itf'a Democracy such as j 1 Payne said that the ASCS State ian and his; GospeL" I evening worship service the i easy on a few don't take away
5 at 32:00.clock,noon. If you ,'ours the Will of the people should !ed schools and what our schools. Let us improve the
high just see Conference is,being held to bring Church School workers and members new officers of the recently reorganized -
are a registered: elector and an be supreme regardless of the outcome [ children We have I ones we have.
I your are missing. the county office managers and of the Commission on Educarlion I Junior .I lgh ..MethodistYouth
heir to ari tmdevided estate, you'!'" Technicafly"and legally Hamilton put up with inferior school for so 'committeemen' upto-date on the are: ComTn'i ()Chairman I ; Fellowship will be installed Mrs. Ruth M. Chasteen

may vote for ,or against County" is comprised of (only I long ,we have perhaps bit the latest farm program developments 3oiL Julian Wood; Mrs, Shelton'I I Into their offices. Some of the SeDI -i
I the bond election. There'cure 'school district not three. To concept of what a really good and objectives. Topics to be discussed Lewis, Mrs.. W.-W. BraeSshaw, Mrs.iS. i I ior High MYF win take their vows I INVITATION TO
are certain cumbersome conditions this end 'a, majority of votes over school is. In schools just"like everything include Producer Associa- T Vickers, :Mrs. J. A.Williams, at this time due to a few changes,
under which you may be permittedto the entire .county would decide the I j I else in modern !life ,it takes tion Activities. Defense Operations, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. B* wer. Ex-of-t I ntbelr group BIRTHDAY DINNER

,' vote ,even though you may not issue at point. There have perhaps volume to do the best job. We know the Florida S)gar Industry, Conservation ficio members: Rev. V.- >;.. Boom I' The officers! o fthe Junior High There will be a birthday dinner
'be registered as a freeholder. If been ..some ,questions raised about I that consolidation would require and Land Use Programs Marvin Rodgers, Reddin Dar Mrs.II II MYF are 1 for Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bembryat
you are a registered elector a ',about the perogatives of the Boardt some adjustments and perhaps the Rural Area Development Pro D.R. Klrkman Mrs. Ernest'Cd r- President, Sam Mickler their Residence at Alachua,
,home owner but have failed to of Public. Instruction relative to'school :I t even sacrifice in a few instances. gram, and other ASCS administered toy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack-Vmson, Dr. I I(Vice President Miss Jerri CoDom'Florida Lunch will be served from
register as a free holder you may: consolidation procedures It But wouldn't it really be much programs Frederick Mickler., Mrs. Torn Secretary, Miss Pat Griner 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m Everyone -
vote on election day by doing any fis the undisputed right of the I better to ride a much longer dis- Speaker 1m the program include Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pen- Treasurer, Miss Louise Knapp \ is invited to come. The 29th
,- of .the fdllowing: first present a school board to consolidate 1 tance to a good modem school thanto Hon. Bob Sikes, Congressman for nington Talmadge Howell, Miss BIYFond Treas., Miss Kay Payne. day of September 1963.OIITUIRIES.
valid deed dated on or before 0c1D-t schools with or without the advice I II walk just across the street to theFlrst District of Florida; Horace Jan David, Miss Judy Small and Special Chairmen: .Faith (Education ,

bee, 5 ,1963 bearing your name, or t i I and consent of,the people. It is not I'an outmoded and inferior school Godfrey, ASCS Administrator Brad Vonson. )-Brad Vtoson; .Witness (Ev-
present a: bona fide tax receipt necessary to have an election such ,The proper education of the boys Doyle Connor ,State Commissionerof The Church School officers and!t angelism) Miss Margaret Ann
showing that you have had paid,r as we are facing for the Board to I!and girls of Hamilton County is at Agriculture; Dr. :Marshall Wat- teachers are: Superintendent. WJ(Sapp; .Outreach (Missions)...:.Graham
taxes on land in Hamilton County, consolidate the school but practically I t stake here. Every vestige of community kins, Director o fthe Florida Agri- R. Dail; Membership Superinten-j I Black; .Citizenship (Christian
or make'.a: 'sworn affadavit that every member on the board'1 pride and every possible cultural service and other agricul- dent, Mrs. D. R. Klrkman; Youth j I Social Concerns) ->Miss Duchess
do own land in Hamilton County degree of rivalry tural Headers Mickler .Fellowship-Miss Becky
you I,has expressed a desire to know inter-community Division Superintendent Mr. and ;
along; with a detailed description how a majority of the people feel :'and jealously should be set asidein Mrs. Jack VLnson; Adult Superintendent -| Lewis. .Counselors are Mr. and 1 1i
of the property said lobe. o.vn a.l on this issue so that they might the interest ,of the welfare of Mrs Ernest Cburtoy; Secretary -I Mrs. Robert Fine
Such. proceeding would' be cum-.judge for themselves and act accordingly these boys and grils. If the pure untarnished AMERICAN LEGION Mrs. Shelton Lewis. II New officers to be installed In the
bersome and time 'concuming. The ;:*Surety the Board would welfare of every boy aId POST NO.: 215 TO HOLD sery Team teachers, Mrs .Nur-I Senior High MYF are: Vice president -

best thing to do is to be sure thatif want to abide by the will of the every girls in this county'' is put ,MEETING CoHum, :Mrs. W. R. Dail, Mrs. I ,. Miss Donna Obllum; secretary i I ALBERT D. CREWS
you are entitled do So that;you people. The schools belong to the first and above every other consuJ'eration Jones; Kindergarten Miss Judith I(| Miss Darlene Moody; Chairman
register as a freeholder on or be- people not tto the Board not we will have quite a change Bryant-Phillips American Legion Small; Primary, :Mrs. James Dun-I Ion Faith TalHadge BoweD. .The I Albert D. Crews, 54, resident of
fore the deadline of October 5 next to the Superintendent or his staff!Jin the thinking and actions of a Post No 215 'will be host to the away, :Mrs. Betty Jean :buckle, Mrs ::new Counselors for the Senior High Rockledge Florida, died there: on
at before noon. I nor to the respective Principals and targe number of people in this county Third Divisional Meeting Sunday Myron Johnson; Junior, Marvin i MYF are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dan-,'Monday, September 23. He was a
r NCNI there have been some questions -i faculties of the schools. This is a when it comes to this matter of September 29,1963. Rodgers. Mrs. H. T. Vickers, Mrs. durand. native of White Springs.

raised about the'voting privili-, matter for, the people of this coun- school consolidation For our own This meeting wil Ibe held at J. R.: J. A.:, Williams; ,Junior High, Billy COMMISSION ON EDUCATION I Survivors are his wife, :Mrs. Ger-
ges of wives Wives hare''to be ty to decide and mthing should be part we have no interest in the E Lee, High School, Jasper, Florida -Jones; Senior High,' James Dun- Commission on Education trude M. Crews, Rockledge: ; two-
registered as qualified free holdersas done to,deny them this privilege.We matter except for the very best ed- in the Cafeteria beginning at away; Older Youth, Wm. Pferming- will The meet at the First Methodist I sons Albert C. Crews in the U. S.
well as their husbands. This only wish it were possible for ucational opportunities for all the 10:00 a.m. All interested personsare ton; Adult, Clyde Howard, Mrs. Church Education Building, this,Arm yin Virginia, Joseph D. Crew'sa2
means that their names must appear every parent and friend of educa- boys and girls of this county and invited. Inez Marable; Judge McCormick, at 8:00 Im- Cocoa, Florida; one daughter,
on the deed to the propeiry tion in this county to have the to this end we are perfectly willing Wide S. Turner Mrs. Margaret,Sapp; Junior High Sunday business evening is to be p.m.discussed. Mrs. Betty J- Jackson of Cocoa;
owned along with their husbands: privilege and pleasure of visitingsome to leave it to the hands of the[ Adjutant: Advisors, Mr. 'and :Mrs. Bob Fine; portant three brothers Jimmte Crews of

Although the wife has, a vested in- new modem and wen equipp- ,people to decide. Senior High Advisors, Mr. and Mrs. OFFICIAL BOARD AND BunneB>, Fred Crews of Cocoa, Geo.

Gene Dandurand. COMMISSIONS H. Crew'S of BelMHe, minds; four

HELP STOP METHODISTS ON THE MOVEA The Commissions on Evangelism sisters, Mrs. Lou Fourafcer :Mrs.
i.\ Commission Workshop will be Missions and Christian Social Sadie Demmon, both of Cocoa Mrs
held Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Concerns will meet this Monday, Kelsie C. English, Mrs Bobby
MALIG101&WOODS in the :First Methodist Church of September 30, at the Education Brinson both of Merrit Island.
,. Madison- Those Methodists to rep Building at 7:00 p-in. The Official Funeral services will be held on
b resent Jasper are: General Leadership Board will meet following the Com Friday at 2 p.m. Prospect Church
-=, -Marvin Rodgers, Lay Lea-missions at 8:00 pun. in the youth .in Hamilton County Interment will

der, James Dunaway, Chairman of.If't.v..v rooms.'IVVtI'.v..I. be in Prospect CemeterySJVE .

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"Do not squander time for thatis
the stuff life is made of '/' To Serve You

,.g Franklin ;
l Although it is unlikely that Ben- ;"
We Produce and Process
jamin Franklin frittered away "

ONCEAROU D. many flours f of a highly productive I own Milk direct from
lifetime, it is doubtful that V Your
his words are an endorsementof FARM STORES own farms
a rigid daily schedule of work

::1:1LOf: 11Z/ Leisure and.spent effort.,,wisely is the and welcome satisfactorily periodof MILK A FULL ,DAY FRESHER

the least expensive unwinding that we must sandwich

ways you can make your between the work and responsibilities -

'i i home brighter, more livable of The' average day

-more comfortable, is to ', which is steadily; becoming not- GaL Jug
k, -. so-average in its demands on
take an imaginative check 90cFarmFresh
of lighting possibilities. : ; ,' most people. This is not time HomoMILK
a''' squandered, for time so spent, ,
picture a lamp here, : ;, returns a dividend in a welcome -
t fixture there-light for better ;: i. :' release from the tension

| sight, light for dramatic effect. ) t: and emotional stress so many

Here are some suggestions. 4>." f have come to know. For Natural Flavor In Glass
i- ,fir; s Incidentally, let's Lope you
have come to know and to appreciate -
., the convenience of the
,How about a candlelight evening-etectrkalfy? One of your most important lighting checks '' laundry and cleaning service at
little' twinkles of proper light for study can be real help to con- JASPER LAUNDRY
Imagine light on your .1 &: CLEAN GOLDEN glass
ceiling from modern fixtures designed to give centralion on nightly homework. lighting .* EB8..For quick, economical service MILin 48cGUERNSEY
.. of the work
ranged to give plenty light en i
you.. romantic setting. Maybe the fixtures_ are face while reducing glare and,shadows make try: the latest in self-ser GaL.. __
recessed into the ceiling;f'L! ,instant seeing and reading o sier. A study lamp 'with,4 vice facilities at JASPER LAUNDRY
starlight!' Flip another switch and a baby spot diffusing bowl and a 150 highlights your favorite painting or planter.! FGp answer. Make sure all members of the amdy j .. prefer, we pick up and deliver.cOMTS POWER PACKED WITH PROTEIN
another and your home is filled with a light have a properly lighted place to'read. "J

''Warrn'W.komeforgve'I.YoulNY'Want' to take BATH AND BEDROOMS -' i iL it
a second"lighting trip through the living areas. "
Is there a light In the clothes closet? Dad could i 1rl: "
'1 KITCHEN ," leave some eve aing with a tell suit coat and gray ICE MILK.Gal 79c
X *.1 trousers.How about your bath and" dressing ?
I Yes mam." the kitchen is no place for dark corners. You can make...you are properly dressed for ;
| Tfcere should be fighting over the *inl, over the the evening with ,abundant fighting. Hoe too, SO: CATlSFfltit TO
I range...overalL Can you see Into the top shelf ask Dad if he can see to shave under: his .1 j A c. UJCMAJJ! A DOOtU-E.
cmw?-ou, Htft NUSIAUD'S In Your Favorite Flavors Available in Half Gals.courrrxY .
,. \ on the end cabinet? Check for dramatic lighting One I little fixture win solve that problem for b.. ] .
"- here too.Many evenings end up over a cwp of Wan -soft,low-wattage night fight for whe he> t FORftCRSEARS&SONS FRsmiDs.iL .t
coffee=family style, in the kitchen. gone In the evening. I
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!f 4, 5stat... mafelenance. one opera** eft ettxier. So good for after school for the
Vow n>ay be able io lure a patio'Into mother Mercury vapor IMP with e bwOMM photo-eleckfe' t 'Butter Flakes
a Golden .
the at dusk end?. the children in glass.
:'i S yoom:wiiV outdoor fights. Make sure your w- ceM ewtOMekicaUy turn lamp ON
..' franca te well I Cghted. And here's a brand new off at dawn. f
i-: Vtde* from Florida rower have your own No Investment or downpayment it ceqwiradLIt*I ... % gaL S 46C
//street r..ght.W anyplace you went ft for{Iud service it tmmetered and k banal directly to yew} 2C
:a few cents day.We cat It LIGHT WATCHMAN. at a flat nonthiy rate wMi. she cost added soy... In glass 2 gal. .-
1W fe new lighting service provide for the hIMnguw eIcdrIc bilL t. ,}> ...
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I! 4-H GIRLS OF THE MONTH Jennings Hi 1 t![Br..E. fL Prather Wake received Forest his M University.D. there Prather in 1939 I 3a -

,I .,,- Senior ChatterWe Slated For Top and preventive then spent medicine a year's at internshipin Jackson'
4a .j hF I
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Memorial Hospital in Miami. !
Health Office"
are very happy about the
5a score Saturday night with Perry.It 1 Among: the doctor's many bacte--
in favor with 41 to6. I ia-chasing adventures was a tour at
was our (From Tampa Times)
., know everyone enjoyed the &me I the Bluffton S C. monkey laboratory -

We are evry proud of the Senior, The man slated to become Ftorid3's of the National Foundation I
football players. chief disease chaser grt his where experimental animals for

We are glad to have Harry Pen- start :n public health by reading a use in the development of IY.lio'
1 book. "The Microbe Haters: ," as a vaccine were kept Prather's f V
8:00 o'clock there. Everyone come
,som:>moro r> high school 17 years work was to determine what diarr-
but and see the game. Support our "
k Y a'q,, team and the cheerleaders.We ago. heal disease was causing some! f-
r I of the 10,000 primate inmates to die n:
.. Dr. E. Charlton _
,.4' Prathcr.; a nativeof
s t ,are gla dto have Harry Pen- (
; -fc ir # ; daily before: they could be usedin
) t I nington back with as from Canada' Jasper, Florida begair one- -

.... That's all for now.Reporter < ,I year residency in public health polio experiments.
Hi born.- h
yesterday with Hillsborough County No newcomer to > :

ders at 12 of They Blanch Herndon I Health Department and Tampa County Prather's bacteria probing
now years age.
by Virgie Hyman
_._ I the State Board o'
activities with ;
i r made the 3rd and 4th in one year. i Bay Regional Encephalitis Labora W
The Twin September 4-H girls. They go to the same Sunday School -like cooking cleaning the supper i tory (TABREL). Prather has just Health have brought him nere e'\--' ...++rwe*{ L
't Sue Hillhouse and Susan Shaw. .and church. (:received a masters degree in public eral times during his 11 years with
I They are not twins really but, dishes an dserving" without aggra-,'.' health from University of North the board. Part of his public health
music. Sue is eating "What about Mrs.
I are alike in so many ways and in I I asked about mother Carolina. residency here will be spent under
continuing her piano studies. Susan White" I: asked. They smiled Ji
the 4-H achievements they are side I After reading "The 1licHunters" Dr. James O. Bond TABREL di-
t t has had lessons but not at this broadly--"We love her." '
by side. ( the budding young: scien rector, who vacated the post H
time. They live across town from Both girls swim and have their
Two perfectly charming little f leach other.I own bikes. RecemfFy they took partin I;tist got a miroscope which he still state director:: of epidemiology when
ladies to Tuesdayto With this other he opend the state encephalitis lab
came see me on the "bike hike" the uses today and
sponsored by
about 4- l work. I There was a little gold pin on he here last
talk They were Christian Youth Fellowship( newly :equipment learned to "play year.
dressed alike in light blue cotton each dress that afternoon. re- organized in White Springs-a S- :with'?::;and "grow his own" germs. When he completes his residencyhere
ward in 4-H contest.
shirtwaist frocks-Sue a blond and I a mile hike on the Woodpecker route., i Later-Jrather} was graduated next year Prather is slated '
a mite taller with,pretty blue eyes 1 Susan was ,vice president 4-H 'Were you tired?" with a smile with a degree in bacteriology at to fill the post left vacant by Bond. B' .i# ; .
Susan a brunette had an ill concealed last year Sue was secretary. They they said they had ridden slower University of Florida in 1952. From The young doctor lives with his "

hint of laughter in her hazel each like to read. than the crowd and were not really I the university he went to--work for'wife and two sons, aged 8 and 4, in New luxury styling match its total performance tires

I eyes (cat eyes she said). I asked about the benefits to themof tired at all (logical thinking). I the Florida: State Board of Healthin a trailer in Lutz. a bright, new look to the lineup of Ford cars for 1964. The

I asked how long they had been 4-H work. They agreed it .had! About 4-H' activities they are en I 'Jacksonville .where he has been Prather emphasized the value of top-selling Ford Galaxle 500 Series offers three distinctive
new roof lines including the 4-door sedan ( photo). Five
; top
friends "Since the first day in meant co-operating with others and thusiastic. They exhibit at the employed i. since. his trailer home in his eight year engines and four transmissions are offered including theCrniseOMaUc
school;when we were six," they; :at the same lime'they had learned shows-clothes they make and food I Prather soon s granted? a leave training. The family moved from Dual Range three-speed automatic transmls

quickly said. They are eighth gra- to do things independently at home they cook and have modeled in of absence to take his master's in Jacksonville to Gainesville, wherehe sloe now available with all engines up to 390 cubic inches

fashion shows Last bacteriology at Florida in 1954 under obtained a masters degree displacement.
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The full Ford Galaxle line for Includes
------------------------------------------------- Salem.N. 19&4 16 models with
spoke to the Lions Club. They tied auspices of the state health: Then they went to Winston -
:-and 4-door sedans,hardtops.convertibles and station
in a speaking contest also. board. At that point he began the C. for the four year medical ons (bottom photo). The completely restyled cars will wag appear
Susan is the daughter of Mr. and j long, hard climb to the position he course at Bowman-Gray followedby in Ford dealer showrooms September 27.CLASSIFIED ,

K u tBESnI\S"E\ Mrs. Kenneth Shaw; Sue's parentsare ,I is slated to occupy next year di- a year in Miami for intership.Last -
n.no Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hillhouse. ,rector of epidemiology for. the year they returned to North

._ I[board of health. Carolina, where he obtained his ADS
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; Convinced by a state health official masters degree in public health at
J JI r that the study of medicine Chapel infl. And now they are WORK WANTED odd jobs yard USED TYPEWRITER $40. Rework
I I would be invaluable to his career spending their last year on the road reasonable. See O. W. Nor- cently reconditioned-all in good

FLOWERS I in epidemiology he enrolled, again before finally returning to Jack- wood1', Jasper lip working order. The Jasper News
HEALTHD under state health auspices, at sonville and Prather's career goal -

I Bowman Gray School of Medicine. next year.NOTICE. FARMS WANTED IF YOU LOST DOG
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2'O.PJ'CS j..w'.JIll: ; ; -..-- .. ....--_ 10 ,.._ __- .... ..............dL. -t.L- idiillta! ; would like to sell your farm Black and: Ten female dog about
=:; ..,... ,IT ee----e;;; Qft. i see us. We have calls for farms 4 years old. Named Queen. Identi-

....., \ I rI every We'ek.' _W. L. Bryan, Reg.teal fication tag E" B. Jordan, White
) r. I Estate Broker. Phone SY Springs Fla. Liberal reward
A S "icc.-J Your Doctor of MWicine,
2-2985 SY 2-6331 offered.
or O 18 P
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AND NEW FALL Local Medical Society and the
,Florida Medical Association.ATHLETES -
j FOR SALE -.IIOUSE' In Jasper.
i Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan Reg. good home in the country for

the occasion .nothing expresses your The examination of a boy I Real Estate Brokers Jasper. tfei i Airdale large purebred dog. Good spayed watch,dog female, and

well Floral Bouquet who wants to be an athlete can '
sentiment quite so as a put the examining physician in REPAIRS-We repair all types; loves children. Ph.792-383L

a difficult position. Being pliances. Mannings Radio Service, I
turned down for something he Jasper. 792-4421. tic I MAN WANTED to manage and-
,, See Our New Line Of wants to do that will build his 1 operate a retail Watkins Route in

morale and ego can cause psy- WO3IAX WHO CAN DRIVE to call this area. Earnings of $125.00 per
chological trauma to a boy. week from the
Sometimes much is regular each month on established very beginning.
GIFTS pressure Write Mr. MeGarita. P. O. Box
exerted by interested parties in Studio Girl Cosmetics clients in and I I
an effort to have an athletic around Jasper making necessary I 627, Willisfon Florida 04

aspirant given a clean bill of deliveries, etc. 3 or 4 hours per day' !1 SEVERAL '-
health by the examining physi Ei will to $5.00 perhour. USED REFRIGERATORS -
New Colors Route pay up
Best of condition. Priced
:. cian. But physicians have standards *- -
d \ Write Studio Girl Cosmetics, Dept
.'._.i. when qualifying o r r *. '' to sell Mannings Radio Service
New Shapes disqualifying anybody for anything 1963-64 Occupational Licensesfor 75939 Glendale Claif. S27c t Jasper. phone 792-4421 tfc
and are not to be coerced
into confirming that a boy is FARMERSMONEY I VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY
qualified to be an athlete whenhe in Live Oak Florida for all
New DesignsMyrtle's is not, even though he may the City of Jasper, Florida j musical needs from your and
for farm organs
your opera-
( have skills much needed by an
athletic department. tions at.reasonable cost. Termsto ;pianos to records and record players

Flowers There are three major problem Should be renewed by October 1, fit your needs. Loans up to tfo
1 areas where disqualifying 7 years. Call North Florida Production '
defects are often detected in I'USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
the examination of prospective i 1963. I Sale. Good condition. $40 and
792-3421 Jaspei0IRECTLY athletes. The metabolic diseasesare Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 $50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jas-

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considered a disqualifying dis- I I FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne
1! ease if it is adequately con- LILLIAN L. FREE LUBRICATION! -
River at Suwannee Springs Rea-
trolled either with without
or We will give a FREE Lube Job
ON THE insulin. But often there insulin y onable Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real
are -
with each oil change: -for a I
.WORLD'S.MOST DaytonaFAMOUS ._" reactions associated with City Tax Collector limited, time only! !!Estate Broker. 792-6331 tic
increased exercise. Kidney dis- '
BEACH .,ease is a serious matter and .Firestone Tires GOOD USED TV Installed for
B eaeo..ro. h' while the results of tests may r I J .Deico Batteriesat 1100.00 and up. Mannings Radio
FRIENDLY RESORT not be alarming during examination -- competitive: prices! .Service. '792-4421 Jasper. tic
a p tr, tSk..d.net.! Uadertla. p.rsoail the added stress of ath- FRED TAYLOR'S --- --
aeaea.NEW HEATEDSWIMMING directtoa ti t letic competition can put a TEXACO STATION FURNITURE FOR SALE
C.C.H (Omar)
POOL At CoAdition.d ..ad'Hu.cI ftS. heavy load on the kidney function Jasper Telephone 792-2903 House tuB of good used furniture
.<*. Ttltvfefca>Sp JowUw. lid OPEN with dire results. Thereare including few pieces of Antiques.
problems of the cardiovas-
ftfe Tuto,? YEAR ROUND cular-respiratory system which YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE, Georgia Plate Glass Co. Buy any or all.Noami .
.NMT ftO'. rnctlonf. frequently include heart and Brown
blood abnormalities.A .Store Fronts I Gen. Del.
Wrfn.Win or Hop.. Cl 21452 pressure
needs be in .Mirrors Kestlvered ,
For Ris.mtioatk youth to good BETTER SCHOOLS Ft: White Fla. Olio
health when competing in .Tub Enclosures, Showers
sports especially the contact 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5283: FOR SALE IN JASPER-Five IoU
k ones such as football, basketball VALDOSTA I and two houses in good neighbor
a} wrestling and soccer. His hood. Only $5.000. Call Robert
best insurance is an adequate .. FARM FOR SALE
physical examination. Ehlert. 792-6331 or W. L. Bryan,
VOTE "YES" FOR ..120 Acres 1.11 tobacco allotment 792-2685. Reg. Real Estate Brokers.
good tobacco barn and out building -1 I,,
Two good dwelling houses '' GARDEN TRACTOR FOR SALE.
,.. SCHOOL BONDS good water .several miles of new $250, Includes 5 implements:

!,. fence. $]50.00 per acre. Plow, Harrow, Cultivator. Lawn

': NOVEMBER Naomi Johns Brown I i Mower, BuJId er. Robert Dres-
'' Order Your Trousseau of 'e": 5 Gen. DeL cher. Florida Power Substation,

.' I Ft._White._ Fla. CUe Call 792-3551, Jasper ItpSt.
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Exquisitely/ Tfiermogravwf by It t I Ir FARMSFOR ) FLORIDA

YouH bt to proud d yocr i IonIJ' .......1don. Mfa raxr.alt it's fun, anytime,\ '.r -

... end JOU'I b. ..I .... tit .. ...... prb ... psw1M. ; I SALE ? at RedIngton Beach

by famous CcnMt n.-...._ It'nol fun at the Billows, overlooking

i I, .. the Gul&..Full sized kitchen apartments,

.. & i In Suwannee County complete furnished, for all the family
'i Wdir ". 1"c.a.c.M.: i Cos.
to bathing f shopping, racetracks
'_ _'" IUUrl I .lIill h. r fA 11 111"1" i sightseeing golf cad fine restovrents.
.. L. wl wY...w '.....is.111 '
dud 95 acre farm at $90 per acre. 1 acre tobacco al Beautifully kept grounds
!?3; ;s jb GIft AtIIuIrf'.1II ......... NIWM lotment. Good terms. end whIt. sandy beach. Lovely

J- M2itt.m >>-1.. I' MtT:.1..... '.ra.sh.d. opartnents,
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: :.bf%: 77-8 acres with 1.89 tobacco. Near Live Oak. All 1rt11tN16ttED double occupancy, from
JIPARTYfDKT $40 to $50 week
1'1- 0 : M./.lt0...I I eI iHr..7.w. good cropland. $17.000 with $5,000 down. ,, ; for two per ,

PICWII' : Opt X. tftil "Pick re Up"
( Also two farms its Hamilton County A WFf K Wrff fer
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NOTICE OF SCHOOLCONSOLIDATION : E.::,-V.Frank."Stonnant Matthews, Johnny, A.the Butler-B.adoptionof Tyree.- The Truth Love'l i Valdosta: .,College 1 1i f JACKIE ROBINSON HAMILTON SING.

I -- Those voting against

.ELECTION None such resolution were as follows: In these articles from week to I*i! Enrollment Up i iI i BOOT CAMP The Hamilton County Sing will be

The Board of Public Instruction at Burnham Christian Church on

A RESOLUTION OF THE Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton- County. week as;you have no doubt noticed Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Robinson Sunday. October 6. Everyone Invft..'
for : endeavor those The largest number of students
Florida We b out .
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I the purpose of financing the acquiring by Clyde Hunter, Its Chairman point 1 I I went to Fort Gordon Ga. this week ed to come and be with us. '
OF HAMILTON COUNTY ,_building and furnishing things which are being practiced(. fai the history Valdosta_ State
: end
to attend
'FLORIDA CALLING A SPECIAL a consolidated Hamilton 'O'nege their first of the graduation of
County Thomas D. Bailey ". contrary to that which the Bible > began day
ELECTION BY THE FREE High School including:: > site inv State Superintendent of Public teaches. I wish to that ]classes Monday September 23,1 I their son Jackie from boot camp WHITE SPRINGS
HOLDERS out we ,
provements at the present Jasper ,
Instruction of the State of | Jackie will retain with them.for
SCHOOL DISTRICT 1Io"UYBERONE Elementary School site in' Florida. have no reason other than a de-j 11963. < I'a JUNIORS ELECTThe
OF HAMILTON COUNTY. Jasper. Florida. the of few days leave before being I
FLORIDA. TO BE HELD ON ; principal ATTEST: Harry T. ReidSuperintendent sire to please God. and love for our j I t Over 1100 stuoeras non completed
and interest on said bonds shall |assigned his
of Public to new statics.I Junior! Oass of the
:THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER be paid from a SPeCial ad valor Instruction of Hamilton fellow man and his spiritual well ],registration, according to Mrs. ,! I Ii White
wD.. 1963 TO DETERMINE em tax levied on all taxallle'pro- Springs High School held their election
WHETHER BONDS OF' perty la said Distrfc&:: and for the Sept 27,County Oct 4.Florida.11. 18. being in mind as these writings are ,Willam M. Thomas ..Registrar. i| ALFRED JOHNSON : for new officers.
SAID DISTRICT SHAD BE prompt payment of said principal set forth each week. Most anyone |[This figure includes students attending -
'ISSUED IN THE OF and interest the full faith and would call a person his friend If Saturday classes I RETURNS FROM The students elected as officer
FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND credit of said Special Tax School were:
DOLLARS BY SAID DISTRICT District Number One shall be SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTNO. he should point out a. flaw in a final registration will not _be CRUISE ABOARD
,WHEREAS. The Board of Public pledged? .. 1. HAMILTON COUNTY kindof PresidentPat Christie
contract or a mistake in complete. however until the end of
Instruction of Hamilton County FlorIda ?_..,,......,,___.:..uk__. for Bonds FLORIDA any ENTERPRISE i Vice President Tommy Pound
by resolution passed and adopted ---_?_.. Against Bonds The following resolutions callingan business transaction which would the,week. -' .. I -
on the 28th day of June A. D., INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: If election to be held in Special mean a saving to him, strange indeed The record fall enroll ment includes -I Alfred J. Johnson airman, USN Secretary Anne Daniels
1963.. did. determine that a petition ;you are in favor of the issuanceof Tax School District No. 1 of Hamilton ofMr Treasurer Cheryl Shaw
son and :Mrs.. Anson M. Johnson
it is that who out 288 freshmen.
one points _
presented to said Board: on said dateproposing ,the bonds, place an,"X" in County Florida, were adopted at some Reporter Warren
: the issuance of serial the space to the left ef the a meeting of the Board of Public In flaws in the things pertaining to of Ruote 1. Jennings .Fla. Is Hogan
bonds .in the sum of Four Hundred words. 'Tor Bonds'* structlon of Hamilton County. FlorIda -- ---- serving with Attack Squadron 66 j'I Mrs. Mildred F .Young is our-
the of is'often looked ,
saving a soul
Dollars the of held at its office in the Courthouse ,I
Thousand for purpose If this
you are not in favor of the sponsor year. .
acquiring: building: and furnishing: issuance of the bonds., place an in Jasper Florida, on the 3rd upon as an enemy, when he should : which recently returned from the

a consolidated Hamilton County -X- mark in the space to the left day of September. 1963. become the most devoted friend.Ii Mediterranean aboard the nuclear i Warren Hogan
High School including: site Improve- of the words "Against Bonds' BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDER. i Pianos Organs powered aircraft carrier USS Enter 1 I' Reporter
ments at the present Jasper Elementary SECTION 8. The Superintendent of ED By The Board of Public Instruction Do people think more of a few

School site in Jasper Florida Public Instruction of Hamilton Coon of Hamilton County. Florida in dollars than they do of their soul prise.
was in order and that the projects ty Florida is hereby authorized meeting duly assembled: While on the seven-month's
for which bonds were proposed empowered Section 1. That an election be. and Christ has said For what shalla i.,
and directed
to '
by said petition were essential on plain white paper a have sufficient printed the same Is hereby called to be held man profit if he shall gain the HOUSE OF MUSIC i 'cruise, the squadron flew the Douglas ;

for the school program of the said number of the aforesaid paper bal in Special Tax School District No. 1 I Skyhawk a single seat jet propelled DDrnj1:
that it was necessary of Hamilton County Florida the said whole world and lose his own soul
County and lots and to
deliver them
to the Inspectors AND
to. Issue bonds in the said amountto and Clerks of election District being co-extensive with the Mark 8:36. So be it understood by NEW, USED, I light attack airplane. They
on or
the proposed projects boundaries of Hamilton County RKMANUFACTUREDPIANOS in several exercises I
to praticipated
complete before the date and time for the
all who read these artkles that I >
said district. and that such bonds determine the following matters
for opening: of the poll at the respective i with members of NATO nationsarmed
should be issued for such purpose voting places to be used in the and things by a majority of the am not seekji argument, although ,'

and.WHEREAS, the said Resolution holding election.and conducting of the said \ote ballots at such cast election by electors, except qualified that the to< I welcome an open dt&MSion_ upon :'No Down Payment. Up to designed forces.to keep These free exercises world forcesat are f Denmark McDonald

the said Boardof three persons receiving the highest t anything' which <: :
passed and adopted by SECTION 9. The Superintendent of s1$11writt 3 years to pay
Public Instruction of Hamilton Public Instruction vote for School Trustee at said election peak rediness. Mr. and Mrs. D. Denmark
of Hamilton Coun with which disagree If are
_ County. Florida on the 28th day of ty Florida, is hereby directed to shall be declared School Truste you may Call Collect and'our dis.play1 I i The crew of Attack Squadron 66 announcing the marriage( of their-
at said election is the he lias '
June. A.D. 1963. waa duly approvedby publish a Notice of such' election ; provided that Dot one teaching truth ; track will bring it to
the State. Superintendent of Public hereby called and directed to be held more than one Trustee shall be nothing:to fear in discussion, and, "visited Spain Greece France Italy daughter> Sandra to Holley Mc-
Instruction of the State of Florida in THE JASPER NEWS elected from any one refHdenc* : ycur front door. and Lebanon while deployed.The Donald August 28 in Statenville
newspaper be
and by the State Board of Educationof of district for which a County Board much is to gained. We are-commanded ,
the State of Florida and certified t Special Tax general School circulation District Number in said :Member is provided for by law. to contend for the faith .1108 N. Patterson squadron is normally: basedat Holley is the son of Mr. and Mrs

by the Honorable Thomas D Bailey One in Hamilton FIRST. Who shall be the School the Naval Air Station Oceana. Quincy McDonald of Jasper. .
State Superintendent Public Instruction Said County. Florida Trustees of said Special' Tax School: Jude. 3. _Valdosta ...... Ph- 244-2934 I
of the State of Florida least Notice once each shall be published a t District No. 1 of Hamilton County The true cnurches of Christ I Virginia and operates as a unit of The couple are making, their

and Secretary of the said State secutlve weeks week for four con Florida for the ensuing two years Carrier Air Group Six. home in Lake City.
Board of Education of the State of cation with the first publi and across the world teach that which __ .
Florida on the 20th day of August thereof to be not less than Second, The number of mills'of is unquestionably right and
thirty days prior to the date of said district school tax :"
A. D. 1963: to be levied and
special election. This Resolution, of bly safe in all matters.
NOW THEREFORE, collected annually for the next ensuing Infalll.1'
BE IT RKSOLVED tiY THE BOARD which Incorporated this Notice is a part may be two years for support and Grove Church ofChrist is a
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF in and published as a maintenance of schools. 'T"c
HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA I I part of the said :Notice which *aid Section 2. That said election be. of baptised believers who are not r

THAT: Notice shall be in substantially the and the same Is hereby called t
SECTION 1. A special election is following form: be held on Tuesday the 5th. day of few of the distinctive features of -
hereby ordered and called by the "AOllCt. OF SPECIAL ELEC-- November. A. D., 1963. between the .
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOF TION OF FREEHOLDERS OF hours of 7 o'clock A. M. and this church are presented here with

HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT 7 o'clock P. ).(. hope that you consider them: in the I I
to be held in said Special Tax School NUMBER ONE OF HAM That the polling places shall be the
District Number one (1) on the 6th ILTON COUNTY FLORIDA. TO places occupied and used for the light of God's word. I II :

day of November 1963 to determine DETERMINE WHETHER THE holding of Primary and General 1 I 1. The Bible is a safe rule of '
whether the said Board. for and on BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Elections in the respective election l' the delicious
behalf of ,the said District, shall Issue OF HAMILTON. COUNTY district where such election shall faith and practice. Human creeds I

serial bonds in the principal I FOR AND ON BEHALF OF be held and that the qualified electors with their commandments of men
amount of Four Hundred Thousand RAID SPECIAL residing In the said election district j ;
Dollars. ($400,000.00) and to bearIntereat I DISTRICT NO. 1 OF TAX HAMILTON SCHOOL shall be qualified and eligibleto have no place. in our work and wor

at a rate or rates not i in COUNTY. FLORIDA SHALL vote in the respective districtsof ship. We believe that the Bible is
excess of six (6%) per centum per their residence.
annum. such rate or rates of interest ISSUE BONDS OIL SAID DISTRICT Section 3. That only electors resld sufficient alone for the faith work

to be determined 'upon the par II FROM JANUARY MATURING 1ST SERIALLY U6!. TO ing within said Special Tax School I and! government of the Lord's

value of f aid bonds and to mature I JANUARY. 1ST. 1984. INCLUSIVE. District who are qualified electorsentitled church n Tim '3:16-17 In the
a@ria.l1v -Tnnlinrv lat 1965 to to vote in elections certain. -
January 1st 1984, both Inclusive. Notice Is hereby given that a ins to Special Tax School Districts words of inspired mien We tell sinners difference-

Said bonds shall bear date as of the Special special Tax election School will District be held Number in as defined by and in accordance with what to do to be saved.a .
First day of January A. D.. 1964. and the Constitution and Statute.of the
shall be issued for the purpose of One of J Hamilton County Florida, at State of Florida shall be qualifiedand ( ) If the sinner who inquires is ,.ji;

financing: the costs of acquiring, the several polling places In said entitled to vote in said election: not a believer In Christ, we instruct '
building; and furnishing: a consolidat District where the last general elec that is to say all qualified electors r'
.d Hamilton County High School In lion was held throughout 'aid district who pay a tax on real or personal him with the words of Paul

eluding: site Improvements at the: on the 5th day of November property; that the Supervisor of to the jailor (Acts"16:30-34.) :1,
prevent Jasper Elementary Schooleite A. D.. 1963. in accordance with a Registration of the County of Ham
b If
In Jasper. Florida within said resolution passed and adopted by ilton State of Florida shall be, and ( ) the sinner has already i

District and shall be in denominations : the Board of Public 'Instruction of She hereby is requested! to furnish heard the word of truth and be- '

of One Thousand Dollars I I]Hamilton County Florida on the the Board of Public Instruction of lieves as did; the Jews on Pentecost -I
(31,00000) each and shall be subject !:3rd day of September 196s, to deter Hamilton County Florida a certified
to call on or after ten years from I I mine whether the raid Board of list" of all electors residing with we answer with the words of I
the date of issuance and on any:I]Public Instruction of Hamilton Coun In said Special Tax School District Peter (Acts 2:38.) I
interest payment date upon the 11 ty Florida for and on behalf of who are qualified electors entitled ""-
terms and conditions as hereinafter said Special Tax School District to vote In said election as defined (c) If the inquirer is already a I

set forth and provided by the said I]Number One shall issue serial bonds by and in accordance with the Constitution believing penitent ,as*was Saul of
Board. The said special election 11 in the principal amount of Four ( and Statute of the State II
shall be held In accordance with and Hundred Thousand (400000.00 of Florida. Tarsus we answer with the wordsof 't. e

under the requirements and In compliance Dollars to finance the coat of ac Section 4. That the ballot used in Ananias Acts 22:15) 1 ;
with the terms of Section 17, quiring. building and furnishing a said election shall be substantially .j
(d) If the sinner is an erring
Article XII of the Florida Constitu consolidated Hamilton County High In the following form I ,
tion.SECTION School Including site improvements Special Tax School District Election child of God as was Simon, we re- in new

2. Upon completion Of at present Jasper Elementary School For Hamilton County, Florida peat the words of Peter to him j
the project In the prior Resolution site in Jasper Florida and within Held November 5th. 1963 1
of the said Board and this Resolution said District. Said bonds shall be 1. Ballot for election of Trustees: (Acts 81824.) _

any proceeds from the sale of dated on the tat day of January. .A Instruction to Voters Every element of oar worship is
said bonds which remain unused and n.. 19U. and shall bear interest Indicate your choice by markIng i,
unexpended In such project hall be from the date thereof until paid at a 'X' after the name of the set forth in the New Testament.

applied to any other exclusive use rate not to exceed six per centum person or persons of your The New Testament presents five i J
of the public schools within the said per annum and payable semiannually. choice for the position of
be hi!
things to done worship each
School District as shall be deemed ly on the lit day of January trustee or by writing the I I Montclair I'
reasonable and proper by the said the JIlt day of July respectively of name of the person or persons Lord's day and these we do.

Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton each year and shall be In the denomination of your choice for the positionand 1 Teach and read and study toether -
County. Florida and as! may of One Thousand ($1.-00.00) marking an '"X" thereafter. .
be recommended In the current Dollars each and said bonds shall be the word of God. Acts 20:7,

school plant survey report of Hamilton callable beginning not later than ten Vote for three persons!' for CoL 416. -
County. Florida, or any proceeds yearn from the date of "suanceI Trustees of the District:
which remain shall be applied upon terms to be prescribed by the 2. Pray Eph 6:18, ITim2:8

against any outstanding: principaland I said Board of Public Instruction of ...... 3. Sing spiritual songs Eph 5:16:
interest which remain of the Hamilton County Florida. and shall .. .
Col 3:16.
fsakl bonds. mature serially on the lilt day of .
SECTION J. The Registration!! I January 1965 to the ht day of January --'-- Obersve the Lords supper Acts ;
Books of said Special Election shall 1984 both inclusive 20:7 1 Cor 10:16 11:25.
remain open for the> registration All duly qualified electors of said 2. Ballot for school tax district ,
qualified electors who are freehold. I Iers I Special Tax School District Num millage levy 5. Give for the worko fthe churchas "

residing in said District at the her One of Hamilton Counts Flo riInstructions to Voters Indicate prospered 1 Cor 16:2
office of the Supervisor of Registra- [da who are freeholders and whhave n by marking an "X" In the MENTHOL HEREin ,.
tlon of Hamilton County Florida inj registered not *later than thirty space after line one whether The authority of Christ The all in fine tobacco 4
Jasper Florida between the hours days" previous to said election shall 1 you favor the proponed millage sufficiency of the Bible, The purityof ... our our unique compound filters
of Nine o'clock (9:00) A.11. and five be qualified and entitled to vote on levy which lit necessary for
o'clock ($00) P.M.. Sunday excepted. the question of the Issuance of said the approved school term. If the church and the unity of all

through the 5th day of October. 1963. bonds: you favor a different millage believer is our plea. Col 3:17, II f '
SECTION 4. The special election Harry T. ReidSuperintendent levy write the levy you favor Tim 3:16-17 Romans"1.2i-2. John
hereby called and ordered shall be of Public after line two
held on the 5th day of November Instruction of Hamilton 1. Estimated millage levy required 1720-21,1 Cor 1:10-13. f

A.D. 1963. and shall be held and conducted County, Florida for regular term: Every gospel truth taught
at the polling places In the SECTION 10. The Supervisor of .Ten (10) Mills .___...__....__.. .. by any
several election districts and precincts Registration! of Hamilton Count 2. Other Millage Levy: religious group on earth the Oak s
where the regular elections I Florida is hereby authorised and di- '" Grove church of Christ also teaches -i t
of said County are held e-'reeled to make up and certify a list of Section 5. .Th"t"i i ; ofid .
the last General E IOndot" said loll I I qualified registered electors residing election shall be given by publication There is not one false doctrine I

District was held throughout the in said District who are freeholders once a week for four successi i in'existence today which we do not rfS
District. In the event the polling and qualified and entitled to ive weeks prior to the date fixed and
places hereby designated be not vote in said Special Bond Election A therefor in The Jasper News a oppose. &

available for use for such special election from any cause on the date furnished to the inspectors and County Florida and of general circulation -
fixed for said election the said clerks of the election at each place throughout said Hamilton you believe to be without God's approval

Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton where the votes are to be cast at County we earnestly request that
County Florida does hereby said election and a certified copy of NOW THEREFORE; NOTICE is
reserve the right to forthwith fix such list shall be filed and preserved HEREBY GIVEN that under and you call it to our attention and we

and designate another and differ among the records of the said Boardof by virtue of and in accordancewith will abandon it, or prove by then
eat polling place or places within Public Instruction of Hamilton the foregoing resolutions, a New Testament
that it isr
said District for such purpose, County. Florida. election will be held on Tuesday, right

SECTION 5. That it appearing SECTION 11 This Resolution shall the 5th day of November. A.D. 1963, whatsoever the case nay be. 4
that a Special State Election and be published in full by the Superintendent between the hours of 7 o'clock A.M If you believe we are neglectingto rtf
the election to be held I of Public Instruction of Hamilton and 7 o'clock PM., within said Spe
by the
of Public Instruction for the County Florida.. once each cial Tax School District No. 2. to be dd anything whichHpod demands

tion of Trustees of said Special glee Dis week for four.(4) consecutive weeks clerks conducted by election inspectors and of us, we win promise to add to our '
to be ,,.
in the JASPER
trict is to be held on the NEWS. a newspaperof named for the purpose
as this Election hereby same date general circulation in said Special of determining who shall be School work and worship jftpything and 4

ordered that the said Inspectors called it and 1 Is Tax School District Number One of Trustees of said Special Tax School everything that anyone may proveto
Clerks of election of said Hamilton County Florida the first and to determine the nom to be in ':., 4J
Special us ;:
State Election and said publication<< thereof shall be not less ber of mills of district school tax to harmony with,God's rv '
Special Dist than thirty (30) be levied and collected divine for
rict Election shall also days prior to the annually authority urtoday.
act aa the aid election. This Resolution .hall within said Special Tax School .
Inspectors and Clerks of the bond rict for the Dist In short one sentence will show
election be published as a part of the Noticeof ensuing two years for
hereby called >
pane be ,held under -the that the said Speeial bond election as au support and maintenance of schools that which differentiates us from (7
law and in compliance with Statutes of thorised the by Section 236-38 and 236.39 ; the Done 3rd day at Jasper of Florida on this all who are not with fis and for us.
Statutes. September
applicable thereto and the Statutes I A.D. 196 s. We hold to an that Gads word
applicable to the SECTION 12. After the said special : The Board of Public In authorizes .
holding of
Bond Election and that they make such bond election has been held and the' struction of Hamilton for us to be and to do tothe 91962 By The American ToLocco'Cow
results thereof determined I County Florida
and has
their it
returns of the
results of said exclusion, of everything: for
be determined that By Clyde HUDtE'r.Attest
election as provided a majority of .
by law. the qualified Electors who free I which there Is no scriptural auhoritty. .
SECTION 0. The are .'
polling places Reld.Chairman Montclair
lag shall place be open the at the respective YOU II holders issuance have of the voted bonds in favor to be of Issued the I Superintendent: Harry T.of Public .. You are welcome to any of Only
on date .
of the paid tiPf' 1 Instruction the
clal election under the terats'ot'this Resolution for Hamilton services come compare that
from '
Seven (1:00) o I and It has been I County Florida .
p-m.clock on a.m.said until date Seven Only 17:00) o'clock said bonds shall determined be Issued then that the the Sept. 27, Oct. 4. 11, IS taught with your Bible." "Come let puts the menthol in the filter-where-it cannot burn.
us reason together.
electors I a4 Board of Public Instruction of
residing In
are .freeholders will said be District who Hamilton .County. Florida,, shall Issue IN THB COUNTy JCDCE-S Kenneth :E 'Tnomas: .
vote la paid permitted to I its further.Resolution providing COURT IN AND Montclair .
election special District bond for the Issuance of said bonds and ILTON FOR HAS[. Box 226 :-Jennings, Florida Only
: Provided. however, that providing for ,the FLORIDA ,
any qualified elector I terms conditions IN PROBATE Evang. Oak Grove Church oatrst.
residing In the and the further mechanics IN RB I
District who of the : Estate .,

vote plying in said with bond the to a election freeholder upon com may handling Issuance ot sale.such and issue proper of bonds and .,legal and THOr NOTICE sf."v'AIICB.V.Ilsewaei TO CREDITORS 9382091COURT filters in freshness, filters 1 in flavor,the whole smoke throe g&>

provisions and re such other matter,. in connection To All Creditors and HAMILTON COUNTY
quirement All
of subsection (d) of Sec therewith _be 'Having Persons FLORIDA .
tin 10241 as may necessary, re Claims or Demands
of the Florida Statute levant and adviaeable to such Issue Said Estate: Against IN RE: Estate ofT ,Only Montclair

ballot SECTION b 7. The form of the of bonds and not Inconsistent with Yon. and each of yon. are | +o7 Jf. "...... Decease*
to hereby
bond election used at said special the law and the provisions of this notified and,required to present I KOTICB OK PROBATE

ally the-.OFFICIAL following shall form be in substanti! Resolution-_SECTION' 13. All resolutions-j or either claims of and you demands may have which against you any the or Persons The Interested State of fat Florida The. Estate:To All ef makes the last puff taste as fresh as the first puff.

SPECIAL BALLOT ders and directives: ta Conflict with estate of Troy M. Vaughn deceased Said Decedent: .
NUMBER ,TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT this resolution be and the?same are rata of Hamilton County Florida to You are hereby notified that .
TY FLORIDA.ONE HAMILTON COUN hereby cancelled. .annulled. and repealed the Honorable John H. McCormick certain spoken words of said deceased Taste and compare-you'll smoke-
and this resolution shall take County Judge of Hamilton County, which constitute the nuncupative -
November 5th. 1963 effect immediately upon its passage and file; the same In his office in the will of said deceased. trade
Shall the Board of Public Instruction and adoption brUte said Board. County Courthouse Hamilton Coun the laws of the State of Florida has :'
of Hamilton County The above and foregoing Resolution ty. Florida, within six calendar been admitted to probate te said Montclair! '
Florida,, for Montclair !
Tax and on behalf of ,was duly and regularly acted months from the date of the first Court. Only
School District upon and passed and adopted at the publiCation hereof, Said claims er You are hereby commanded within
Number one of said County Issue regularmeet s of tJte-salil Boardof demands to contain the legal address six calendar months from the date
aerial bond In ,the_principal amount PvfcUe iMtructtoa of HamlltConnlr. oa of the claimant and to be sworn te .f the first publication of this notice '' ''
of. Four hundred Thou Fie ri**, had IBB* held at the and ,presented as aforesaid, or same to appear In said Court and show 'appliedfor Product of
sand Dollars bearing interest at regular. time an* ..... of holding 1 will be barred. cause, If any you can why the actionof
a rate not to exceed six per its nwetlsM at the office of theSoyertnlsjsient September 13. 1963. raid Court in admitting said Will
centum per annum, maturing of Public Instruction X A. Avriett. Curator of to probate should D sand nnrevolc- 5 :

from January lit. lJ65r: to January or .- *.. on this I the Estate- of Troy M e4. .. ss'
lit 1984 both inclusive Val1 b.. Deceased. John H. McCormick ';,.
the lIP<< 4r C:3L1I"lorila. D.. 19at <>
callable OB and after ten Tears. .Jaswer, ,. : Florida ,Sept 20. 27. Oct -4, 11 County Judge, Hamilton ,, '
from date of Issuance .upon' Ute awl. ta* members .vofteg for the Florida 1miirJQfg.
terms prescribed b7 the said First Publication on Sept. ZOo 1M f5' our middle name
adoption were as follows: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S i Sept., JO, 27, Oct .. 11 OA.f.C>>-


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PAGE EIGHT .,. THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER.: FLORIDA Friday, September 27, 1963-

'[ Mr. and :Mrs. Winston-.=Williams: Perish in Jacksonville over the 'this county. .
BURNHAM NEWS weekend. I i ; o
[ last week in !
spent ./ Mr. and Mrs. George Young Jr.
0"By LOIS ZIP .- j[t with .tt children Mrs and(Mrs.: rand dm'sand Jenny and Thersa II
_.* -'jf $ : & Rhonda Beatty of Jennings spent I .
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We can anything we want \o Cottren Sullivan and Sir. and Mrs. the weekend with Erlene Burnham Ttersa'a girl friend of Perry

ado if we stick to it.fcng enough' I,J. E. Williams j .-f spent Sunday with their parents --
'bars Franklin Gaston and grandparents Mr. and Mrs V'I J
Helen Keller Mr. and, Mrs.
i I r. Ragans an laughter,and sear -Ii 4aw and daughter :Mr. George Young Sr..

Mr.: and Mrs. Quinteen Deas Mrs. J':" ). Lasseter and Mrs. Roy'land:Mrs. Hollis McObllough; of Tallahassee i
and children spent the weekend of I I[Blair and, daughter in-law Mrs.' had supper Saturday night I Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Selph .
children visited their
September 14, in Tampa; with their Charles Blair ,and children visited. with Mr: and Mrs. Wendell Bussy and Mr. and parents ,; t
:Mr. and I f4 Raglan's sister and family in CSyatville, Ga. 'grandparents Mrs. '<
and grandparents rs.
parents :
.. I If Pennywefl Kelly in live Oak Sunday STEP UP TO QUALITY!
Mrs. W E. Hasan. Mrs. Hogan Mr. and !th. George Young Sr. I Afternoon. : .
has recently been confined to-.T m-'!one i afternoon last week. f O'Neal Cu3breth little son of Mr. I _. .1 \ *-" .- '*":- ,".: t
pa General Hospital where she t i j '* and Mrs. Robert Qilbreth has been j jI ,'j*. *. r ''*' .
underwent"surgery but she is home,l I r I Mri and.Mr :Earl Smith visited confined.JPineviewr General Hospital Mr. and Mrs, Joe;Sullivan and SPECIAL, 4-H MEETING*HELD -,: *
now much*improved. theirs daughter: and family, Mrs Ray I for the past al1Jays. We j granddaughter: 'Gail Sullivan attended S VOTE "YES" FOR f
Revival meeting Corinth Pri- Tuesday September 24th the
I hope he will soon be well and back
I .mitive Baptist Church in Madison Girls 4-H held an emergency meeting :
a home. . ,,County! Saturday and Sunday Sep- to elect a Miss JT. H. Sv contest- -S SCHOOL BONDSNOVEMBER .

Mr. Cliford Wynn of Jacksonville 'tember 21-22. tant.

and mother Mrs. Jessie Wynn of! Rebecca Dedge, Connie Mills 5
AHO tF .ASK ME AND 1F TOO WANT Winter Haven, Florida attended :: ; M1 and Sherry Andrews ran for it. .
MIORt; 4uELt 1 ABOt3T to 0ECQEA5E.rWR church at Burnham Sunday. I I Sherry got it by a majority of votes. .
::1 WHAT tS c( ties M 1L oeA1.OUTGO wITH iU'S1 The 4-H is going to have a sweet ., ) .
I AVERAGE 1 Self trust is the first secret of tMtiI sale Saturday week but any one ,
WcoMB P s y .success. wanting something before please
Emerson get in touch with Nora Evelyn
/ GAS C0. O\\1)i.\\)
10 Norris at 792-2977. She will contactone
of the girls for you.Reporter I ---- ---- ---- -
Putnal families held their I .
first reunion at the Town Park in. I Terry Bonnellfj1Toics :
yt Mayo Sunday, September 22. I
Relatives were' there from far.:
and near. At the noon hour lunch iii
was served on the table in the "f. L'r" F. flu
Park where everyone enjoyed eating -
and talking. This was madean \

Low Price annual affair and we hope more
$6.95 :
NIGHT PHONE kin will be there next year.

> CASH ON DELIVERY SYcamore 2-8001 __ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parady of rsW
Jacksonville visited their mother of type o.asy.1ss A Service of Your Doctor of Medidne.
and sister Mrs. Mellie Deas and RUB&ER STAMP from U>. Florida Your Local Medical Medical Association.Society sad the Visit My New Shop and Register for
Wanda over the weekend. smallest the !

/ Mrs. Sullie Hudson passed awayin largest.Hl.qnalitr RUBBER I'' DROWNINGThere >a> prizes
Largo, Florida Friday September -I are many physical con-
STAMPS ruccedly balk la ditions that can cause breathingto )
20.( Funeral services were held last and e
w AGENTS FOR yom years years come to an abrupt halt but $50 Permanent
Monday afternoon September 23 at Io.ier. of these is 0
GAS CO. the most common ''
51.2.518HOME Mt Gilead Baptist Church near Falmouth Faster serrlee at prices far drowning. The real tragedy of Hair Brushes x .
....J. HOLLO WAV She was born and reared inNOTICE baiow what y w voald ordi> the many deaths from drowningis 9 Hand Mirrors >

ar.8'.v _- ;-_ ...... --.t"-.4--.t" ...._._._:..:..:.-.u -----------------------.. tartly expect to par* that if many could nearby have been had )
- saved someone
------------------------ COOM la and see as nany S Perfume .
RUBBER STAMP needs known how to apply artificial dr
I teat y* may hars.We also respiration.The Make-uPCaPes Q'S.
: kayo a wide select* of cardinal rules of artificial ;
'- VETERANS : MARKING DEVICES for respiration are simple- ,0 Ornamental Jar of Soap' i

:I 'yarn bsn.i.w sad plrhgsTHE Start for anything.immediately.Send some-Don'twait Other items if

:i tI one for help, but don't wait for
JASPER NEWS the ambulance. It will probablybe
Keep it up. There are cases BEAUTY

The Veterans Service Office will be open each [1 FILE I on again record after of a breathing lapse of starting many DORIS' ?

minutes, when the rescuer kept

afternoon during the week, except Thrusday, and FOLDERSand and steadily. out at of work the lungs.forcing air in 5- SALON e

The trained rescuer Is better *
Saturday Morning Regular Court House Hours. Other equipped to save a life. But an <2>
Office Needsat untrained life. amateur' may savea d Doris Collum, Owner 7926241SI ?

Most first aid experts today
KENNETH DANIELS r ap< d e 3'C5 ,7 t'r"A- +s"Cv Ad C 9tl""-SIr cd G
The Jasper News '' favor the mouth-to-mouth
method of artificial respiration. --
County Service Officer SY 2-6331 First clear the ,air 'passagesby : DIRECTLY ONTHE Beach i

N'- _-_-. : V..7.f'.7 .v ...?"':......".. :..-_-_-. .-J.. ..-...-. --- ... ..-..:"'.:". ':....,._-_ with drawing your the fingers.tongue Place forward the I ocEAN Da4jZ3na ROtJBA
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up Free Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Planned
head wen back to insure a clear I
CnNrtalnnwnt Dclwx Rooms and Bflcltncltt .
air passageway. Take a deep II
-" breath place your mouth over Efficiencies from $63 per wk.. + '
the victim's mouth, and breathe (.droom*from $60 per wk. t

Can Vote In'The T Ti into chest expand.breathing his rise lungs In and pinch until mouth-to-mouth feel the you the victim'see lungs his I $ROBERT Ption..your CORDES Travel; Agent,Mgr.or writ* 1P

nostrils shut while breathing into CL 2-0431 ,
his lungs. Remove your
-.- mouth and let the victim ex
hale applying slight hand pres-
sure between the ribs and navelto
expel all air. Repeat the I Irt
cycle 15 times a minute. Yew It
Bond Election ? ,may cover the victim's mouth t

handkerchief.If with a single. layer of a clean ppffJ l lL

you're called on to help ina
rescue keep calm and move
rapidly to try to get the victim -
breathing again as soon as

possible._ .

- t. I Tetanus Deaths Unnecessary
1 .
,. ". '-.. -. ': The Registration Books will remain open until noon October 5, ..: ,
1963. If you have not Registered do so before October 5, 1963. 0 Says AMA Health Official I Ioifl Ir r

THEY MUST BE FREE HOLDERS I j Despite the outpouring of
I new "wonder" drugs man's an- -
: cleat' enemy, tetanus, has not
*.**_ : I succumbed to a cure. _
.. "The General Election Law of The State of Florida" provides I Even so, death from tetanus,
1 ,", I II
I or "lockjaw" as it is commonly
that any person is deemed a freeholder who has an immediate :. I called "almost entirely un- _
necessary," says Raymond L.
...-- : ..... beneficial ownership interest, Legal or Equitable, in the Title too I White, M.D., Director of Environmental i& :
Medicine for the 4 _
a fee simple estate in land." A person must own land to be eligible I American Medical Association.
.. .. ( "As a disease,tetanus is completely
: -;I ," Dr. White
to vote I ; preventable _
'...- 7'" 1st: ', ,5 'Jr noted. T"he only reason it per-
H '-, t sists is that people fail to get
: :.
r it immunized; or fail to maintain
/ ': : _
their Immunity Out of sheer
;. ANY P.ERSON WITH HOMESTEAD. 9 I neglect three-fourths of the _
,.;'f i.>' : c. .. ; 1 people don't have the protection r
... ,, _
:>: .I. I they need.If
-- '- EXEMPTION : weren't' for medicine's
s .,: "!1' j :.:' continual concern over the pos-
-:" ; ; sib!:ity of tetanus-if practicallyevery _
.i' F1..1 ry v': Is eligible to vote '** *i *, ( time a physician saw a S
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iN ... _.. I wound he didn't take precautions
ofK,.:-:. 41 against tet.a.ous-tbe. disease
".! ; .. h. l would rank much higher Puncture wounds.a common CUM of tetanus.

| ii RECENT OPINION BY ATTORNEY : i among human J ers.-
-::: I Tetanus is caused by a deadly
0, I I poison emitted by certain bacteria tances on the wind can survive three injections four week
: .1"-:..:( -,--::='.. :I which contaminate, certain for as long as 11 yean. Besides apart, follOwed within sic k
General States thai a mans name and also his wife' name.must<,-:" :\. 4 i types of wounds-especially cultivated land they are com twelve months by m booster dose

.' .< _.:! puncture wounds, or wounds mealy! found in household dsst To maintain this protection:
: be on the Deed to enable each of them to vote; otherwise. only the Sr !! with imbedded dirt. and the grime of city streets. additional booster shots are Beef|
---i t! The bacteria itself cannot Scene have even been detected etsary every four years
; ;person whose name appears on the Deed is elii Ie to vote. t : survive long enough in the open in hosp&il operating roomsnacled'1n j "Protection.*he said,"hou}
.' '. air to infect wounds. But its on street shoes. begin carry in life-one to tw'
; : :;:: / :! seeds or spores can. The spores in some sections months after birth-for tb
1 Tetanus spore are usually d the country are nearly as scrapes and aBs of chfldhoofffrt
f \'HEIRS OF UNDIVIDED PROPERTY. .* .'. :::1! '.: \, produced by bacteria growing common as dirt, and await only tetanus many pr-XM tUBJHpj
> '0 :. '*i -_ within the air-free intestinal the right kind of wound to start l "But adoks need protectkn
; : : .. .... : .8. L: tracts cf mamma\,, includingman their chain of infection too. With the sew emphasis of$
.: ','- "" '0 : and reach the ground in Because of its peculiar nature outdoor living, with accident}
..; '._ '' '- .WEo, are 0 registered voters can vote. animal manure. Within the intestines tetanus has never been a mass on the increase: and with
;.' ;:- ',0 t ,bacteria cause no harm killer lice some Infectious: diseases spore of tetanus In the dust i
> .. 'r:J, t t ;. : to thdr host other than to serve ; It is, however, a vicious dirt aQ aboet us, we can
., 0 ., as factmer for production enemy kiTing 00 per cent of look forward to an increase
,. J -' fy : y. ; of SpUICl. ( .. those it strikes.Development. I, this deadly disease
Ads Paid For By feterest i Citizens ': : 1'' Once on the ground the of immunity male better 1110 of 1m1essrj;

--' spas,wtuca arc unaffected by against tetanus,says Dr. White sense, get fnn3ztd I .

.. .... ;1Jr. ftnd _arebome_ _grtat.dist. requires a series cf inoculation '!:! 7:Jt-'If..... __
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t ar ins WHITE SPRINGS 4e J asper ietu I With Your HomeDemonstration ,-.

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vGunch Drive For NEWSby :', .: : >", .Published"_ Every Friday I
Mr*. Mary Collins Second 'Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida -
Bank FundsJasper I I
I Please remember Homecoming Subscriptions Strictly in Advance I I'.A

J Lions Club this week has I Service at Swift Creek this Sunday $3.00 in Hamilton County: $4.00 Outside of Count) by Wylma B. White IS A VOTE FOR PROGRESS

1 launched a drive to collect ;$200 for Rev. Roy Fiske will preach. There Cards o( Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum .
the Lions Eye Bank of Florida: a 'I \
project in which most of the Lions will be no morning worship Ser- Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 f I
vice here that day. Everyone is, :j'
I Clubs of the State are cooperating. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers II
invited. j
I The eye bank accepts donationsof VOTE "YES" FOR
eyes from persons, to be obtain- Revival has been planned for Nov :Lions Hold Zone HOSPITAL NEWSPATIENTS I
ed after death of the donor, whichare 10 Dr. John M. Sikes will preachthe SCHOOL BONDSNOVEMBER ,
used to give sight to certain first message Rev. E. J. May-' Meeting In WhiteThe
persons whose sight has been lost"in ton will preach Monday thru Fri '"
a way that it can be restored by day. Rev. Mayton will also preachthe '1rj r'I k 5 ; :
such an operation. This does not' final message Sunday November c j jW
include all blind persons, but a cer! 17, this will be our homecomingDay I Lions Clubs of the nearby
tain percentage of them. AH ex- here at White Springs Methodist I communities met for a Zone meet- -
penses o Shospitalization and eye (Church. Everyone' please tell ing HI White Springs last week d HOSPITAL NOW: COLOR IS THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL .- ..
surgery are paid by the Founda- everyone you see and, lets make I with 15 Lions present, comprisingthe Mrs. Mattie McGhin I t
I tion. this the biggest Revival and Homecoming' members of the White SpringsCt6b'ah'd' E J. McCallf DECORATION .
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mmi r*
SampSmithyap"* j #
jrvebeen set atbut : fo.'f. -
tern "' !rl e ts"SI''ttr' btlier t ib .
; everi: ry- .. .
1 ::t per business places: and some' r -1 A new member drive for October Paul LeeRonald I L Color is the key to successful A'JJ---IJJA _". .----"t. .* -N
|Lions may ask: for your donation. 1 1 was discussed, as well as other Wflliams (col.) home decoration. It is the,most important
It it a worthwhile cause, and the Memorial. She spoke on old folk :.I inter-club business. Announcement Billy Williams (col') S and least expensive wayto REGISTRATION BOOKS TO
[public's support is requested. ways, and sang a few folk songs. was made that open house Mary Graham (col.) create cheerful, restful and beau
Lions Hear Folk SongsJasper I Her program was much enjoyed by will be held soon at the EEye Bankin PATIENTS DISCHARGED: I tifui surroundings. CLOSE AT NOON OCTOBER 5th
Lions this week heard a the club. Gainesville. SINCE LAST WEEK I
In by Miss Thelma Boltin, A new member at the meetingwas i. Robert Hand (coL) 2. It is a well known fact that
I program director at Stephen Foster Rev. Norman Booth I! X.F.A. ORGANIZES Mrs. Wynell Gill color:, can affect and influence All eligible Citizens 6 E the County who want to
Mrs.Lizzie Combass=-->, people. It can radiate good cheer,
The J. R. E. Lee N. F. A Chapter Mrs. Gloria McGauley- .. .. provide. comfort and lift the spirits. vote in the November'5th elections, but aren't reg-
-11i1/4 ( organized for the fiscal year
t ; ft ;t//yur I '
J/ Oran 3. Color harmony that is right
l1. Phillips
? .. istered have few their
1963-64, September 13, 1963 ; only a :.more days to put nameson
Mrs. Lomie Brown: for you and your family wit make
President The newly-elected James officers M Sowell are,: Lucille Smith (cot) &:your home,more pleasant to live the elector rolls. All who have registered alreadybut
When Alton Carl Lewis (cot) in, more interestingl to keep at-
it comes to electrical ser- Vice.President-01arles L.Bristol have changed their name, moved from one Pre-
:':: Carmen Lee' tractive and more expressive of
,,,,' vice, repair or rewiring, we're,Secretary John E. Hale Mrs.
Mike Hudson personalities. cinct to another or made changes in their Regis-
tops intown. Try us today. Call for i Treasurer Samuel J. Parker your any
4 -r estimate. j Parliamentarian George T. Ward limited 4 A well decorated color room schemeso !is not tration status have until noon October 5 to make any
Reporter Archie Lee Seymore Chapter in our district The chap- to any one
1 don't let rules or current trends changes on registration Certificates. Books will be
j Chaplain Johnny J. Jackson ter has started a very fine y'ear'swork.
i Watchman Charlie Barrett I With such a fine staft of stifle your creativeness. Learn a dosed Saturday Noon October 5 and remain closed
(Advisor Mr O'nea10. Tucker officers and your support, our" objectives few basin color principlesthen I
USED T-V | We are here-by asking the sup- will be ,accomplished have the courage to put your ideasto until Tuesday, November 12th, as required by law.
port of patrons and the community
ONLY $50 that we may have the best N. F. A. yearReporter Archie Lee Seymore 5. Choice of colors and how they Sincerely

.. _. .. .. - -. -. .- -,-, .- - --- ...... are combined depends to a large I ANN C. MALPAS
I '1"t r - < -- H- --- --- extent on the taste and interest of
USEDRefrigerator the people who will Jive with them; Supervisor of Registration
the purpose of the room, its shape I

)/ I OFFICE CHAIRS tion and to size adjoining, exposure areas., and its rela-I -===:::;'v;;==

6. It is said that the colors used 1
If you want value* ONLY $75 I ,in decorating a home can have a
Electrically speaking Armchair or Plain Style \ : family's home. life. Although scien-
.\ Jutt call on Vi"ie.! SEE THEM :* J ,Suitable for Business or Home Office .f. 'duject effect on the happiness of a OccupationalLICENSES
) For what you r.seeking. lists say that women are more
BEFORE YOU BUY! ; Excellent affected by color'than men, shades
$31.50 : of blacks and grays in a room
,' 3 Quality From "- produce emotionally depressing
--------- effects in both
sexes-just as on a
fogy day more people are suscepti-
at able to depression than when it is
: SY 2-6331 sunny and bright.
i 7. Colors producing a feeling of
well being and comfort are those

I _, , .- _. ... 'hich predominate in nature, such! due
I las blues and greens. Green slows; are Oct. 1st
down muscular
. responses achiev--
-.v- .A: ing a relaxing effect. Blue also i
The "564s from Ford toe .Id. t': seems to slip by! faster than the i
are : :r A::: : < and in a blue or green room, time :
; -F ,.i.: :' seems. to sli pby faster, than the I .._ .
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I ,;.,vThe. Year: of.the Test:_ Drive starEs::: .TefdaylFord ; -.:,< :<.._.; -:: :_ .\"j:_:. ,. .-?.. !ever people", a room* the'decorated room Halife.tiow entirely. in: -- -You- licenseat

\ t; .. "'_''''. _.' 40. ., ( I I blue can be depressing. may purchase your
: H
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.. I| 8. "Warm" colors such as red
.i cars have changed. Only a test drive can tell you how much. ? : -t:"';:: .t.\. orange ful and and excited.yellaw When make a you room cheer is the Tax Collector's Office anytime

l Races and rallies, economy runs, braking and acceleration tests have.-r : .:: r decorated mostly in red, it pro- I
# 'duces several interesting ReactionsIt
bred into our 1964 models the kind of total performance you Ju st-can't '': l.4\' :' increases blood pressure, quickens during September.

create on the test track alone.They are hard-muscled, fast-moving, ...., "-. :. _' .., : emotions muscular, produces reactions a general, excites feel-

sure-footed. Open competition helped make them that way. t 1 nYTOTAt.n1lF01tM- NC'JIf ing pass of restlessness sk v Iy. It ,also and causes makes high timeto Respectfully,

I(They offer you substantially more car than anything at ,:' nervous strung people and excitable to become, A even small more a- "i

-( I their price. You don't have to take our word for it. fFOI"ORAClRDL\NCEI make mount a of room these look"warm"cheerful colors and can In- _'. :. \ ..DAN BRAS WELL,

I We're willing to rest our case on our cars. l"akoA.r ror viting. I I
.. ,.... 9. For all your rooms, do select Tax Collector
r oQIQ! key colors that you really:Eke.Com J ,
bine them with other colors that
_ are in harmony and you will find j I
..' "pleasure and satisfaction with re-I| Hamilton County, Florida
.,.<..,. _.,: suits for a long time. '

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Home and store building SCRATCH PADSAll

w.n .,,.,, FIURtAME Jasper Fla. Home extra
close in half block
on in
rear of stores. Store build- Sizes Shapes Colors

f ing best location across

I from Post Office, always r
ir traffic and good location

1- ? i for any business, good JUST MADE UP --

price and terms if desired.

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Congest,smoothest steadiest car in its Unique combination of family-size All new except the economy that made I Market Prices
0-by hundreds pounds...More room sports earned: and modest price Falcon famous..Fakon's Six still holds Paying Highest!
el in frame and suspensions ...Optional 289< icinch.V.8solively aUtimeMobilEconomTllunrecmdCorque.
Sque... lets wheels move it was adapted for famous-Cobra sports Sixes or Eights .Plushest ride ever :
ward. as well as up and down to flat car ... Fire engine choices, six transbuilt into a compact car..._14 modal.f l ....
f \bumps...Distinctive neif.rooliaes. mission chokes, eight different models. s plus 3 eutnd uty wagons.Lewis :'i .4. i3'r ,

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Motor Co .
>, I. Tefepiidite 792-2151 '- Jasper ?'. l

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