The Jasper news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00195
 Material Information
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: October 4, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
notis - ADA7388
lccn - sn 95047198
System ID: UF00028306:00195

Full Text
.- -
-' -

: \ i ,,/.,$ .:' --,-.' ;: ', :' :';.- '


: .'I't"!' _
./ I '. ::4;; .
...- '
-" ;

.:. .. ,.- .:...-.=- "
,.# ;
: ; -
<: :

..'.."Ft.''-..... ,e- ', ..", gw$

.'-'" :. .



I IL. Has Anybody Asked Them ?f' Suregas To- Have Grand. Opening Too late RUSSELL to ClassifyBy KAY THE CONSOLIDATION- ADVANTAGES, NO. S OF A GUIDANCE

: Fish Fry, Free, Gifts Back at the turn of the century PROGRAM IN A CONSOLIDATED

I Hamilton : ) when I was naming around in knee
a County Taxpayer
It K' The-boys and girls fn.our'couuity; Minutes MeetingBoarchf Green's Fuel with headquarters in "Bud" Dickinson Jr pants and black cotton stockingsI

are just around 'they comer from which 18 districts started a stamp collection. The Travis A. Garter schools, colleges and job oppor..
t***ji. ..*--*** .may duithood.) lIa'Yeafff of,tin iSrefeS'1 u cInstruction Iii"F9orida iSarasoa, 'are hatie coves the Graiid': 6peii i, ViSi JSl1e'rx ;:: word-,was ,aiwre.or less-stable' "-, pid you everrimagJne yourself in tuniti Aptitude and achievement

taken the time to actually find out ing this Friday and Saturday. in soft of place t in those days.. the place of a high school student? tests are given land the resaltspreted 1n1er

bow these young 'people feel abouta their new'office in the ACL building You could depend on.the old tattered What crorsesU.11d you take? to interested students end
bond issue that will have lasting in Jasper. map of the world that hungin What if there were no courses offer parents that meaningful programof
effect on them? Too many times Jasper. Florida my classroom in grade school. ed in the area of your abilities and education may be ablishedfor
to October 1, 1963 Suregas Service purchasedKelley's Geographical, boundnes seldom interests
we use our children as pawns ? each individau Personal and
satisfy our own whimsmost; of the The,Board of Public Instruction Gas Service from Mr. M. changed and onceyou got a smatt- How would you determine what vocational counseling is availableas
regular sessoin. Those presentof RK Kelley last year and served thisarea" ering of history and geography you would time
time this is done unconsciously. job| you prepare for Could permits. Guidance ser
When was the last'time you satdown Hamilton County met today in : from Lake City before mowing could depend upon it. you be sure of being employed; vices are vital to the growth and
into their office in the
with that high school boy or were: Clyde Hunter, Chairman, new My stamp album was issued in after you had studied in a special development of our youth.
girl & found out his or her actual Johnny Butler ADen B. Tyree, Atlantic Coast Line building. ONE volumn,that contained spaces field? What opportunities would be The youth ot our county are not

feeling on a question that was of Frank Matthews and E. V. Stor- I .The servce its newest 'district for every stamp issued up to that open to you when you graduated? I now receiving: the benefits of an
vital importance Oh I know we, mant. The Superintendent and Sec- Suregas built a $60,000 bulk plant time by every country in the world. What about college? Do you suppose -i I adequate Guidance Program. They

say they don't know what is best retary, Harry T. Reid,.was: present 'on Atlantic Coast Line -Railroadnear McKinley was President of the you could get in? What school [are not receiving the help that

... for themsome times they do). Today The meeting opened with prayerby old Bridges MiH. United States. Victoria was Queenof would you choose? How would you'(these difficult days require. Due
they are students and within Mr. Reid. i The new plant has 5 employees England. Wilhelro was the KaI- go about getting into the school of ito the way' our high school. populajtion -

-the course of a few hours they are The financial statement for a which are: ser of Germany, Alfonzo was the your choice? What preparations I is split three different ways

on their own as graduates, prepared three months periods, July, August Jack Lessman, Service Man b,..g King of Spain and Nicholas was can be made in high school that ,I no school can afford a director of
by the tip of a tassel to:pay and September was presented as Sam Stalvey, Btfflc Deliverydriver Czar of all Russia. will be helpful when you get into ![I Guidance who is duly qualified

taxes get married in short,.,end follows: Stamps were used for postage college? ,,,and certified. Consequent, many
up where we areas parents to be- Receipts and Ballances Harrispn Brammel, Cylinder: and were more oi less unattractive.The .Theseare just a few of the many H I i of our youth drop out of school without

I .gin the cycle. Total Receipts from State. Delivery first class postage rate in Great vital questions the young people of :' any effort being made to help

Yes we appreciate our sons and Sources ......n.n... $144,811.00 Sritian was one cent and in the today are wrestling with. The way them find ways to continue their
daughters mirroring' ,our beliefs, ,Total Receipts from Local U. S. two cents. You see, that was the yanswer these and other questions ,.growth and development. Others

aspirations, and desires, but at I It {t Sources .................' 22.40 ; before the politians and propagandists will determine whether or graduate not knowing what they
: ", times, we ,have not-given them the Total Beginning Balances 102,768.87 S found out about stamp collectors not they get a good job and become I Iproductive i have prepared for or which way to

right reflection 'to emulate. Given Grand Total ....... 247,602.27 Fred O. "."Bud" Dickinson, proS- and that developing hobby of citizens. Their decisions turn.A.
oportunity to talk without the Expenditures and Balances- pective candidate for Governor gathering bits of paper and sticking will determine in many cases ; consolidated Hamilton High

pressure of outside adilts or fellow] Total Administration ..., 4,852.33 in. Jasper Tuesday visiting' withJohn was them in a book. whether they will be able to earn 'School would afford our youth the

students-given a chance to tell Total Instruction *....... 69775.89 p C. Camp: and( greeting Originally regular issues seldom their living or depend upon relief benefits of an adequate Guidance
l"the what fine things they are getting Total 'Operation of Plant 5,460.63 = z, people in Jasper many changed in character or design. and welfare for'their support. Theyare Program. Assistance is intelligently -

M from their education and what Total Maintenances Plant 2,245.52 i Fred O. "Bud"" Then some guy conceived the idea' choosing to develop their abili- perparing for their individual -
things are lacking in their Total Auxiliary Services 15,433.51 I Dickinson: a former of issuing special stamps to com- ties or waste their potential thu' futures would be available.

ion, some interesting educat-I Total FUxed Charges ...... 3,665.46 .1, State Senator was born in memorate events. Some smaller nondevelopment When graduated they would be-
'. West Palm, Beach in 1922, wherehe
to the surface. Away from Total Debt Service ...... 7,159.09Tctal :European; countries got into the act Your high school is making an more able to enter their chosen
wa now resides with his- wife and
e bub of 'mob psychology' and pres-I' Cash and Reserves 139,009.84 t their five children."Bud" and began issuing stamps by the effort to assist each student in .field of work.

sure to agree with the most vocalin Grand Total ........ 247,60237 ; :millions, primarily for sale to coll making intelligent choices through i As responsible efe&ens we must
the crowd, the son or daughter A motion was made by! Mr. .aT.,, w Dickinson 0 was elected ectors. its Guidance Program, Each tea- do all we can to avoid wasting the

"t, will surprise us by' an' honest,jMatthew8.I seconded by Mr. Butler 5 to the House of Representativesin Then the propaganda boys got cher encouraged to cooperate in futures of oar youth. Their poten-
opinion. and carried that this statement be x 1954 and to the Senate to 1956 this effort, by keeping
and to: work, why not use stamps to promote tial abilities must be developed.
Parents do we have what it adopted again in 1958 and served,until and advertise fairs, festivals, records of pupil achievement ,They need"help now In the conser-
; takes to remain quiet and listen Based on the recommendation of t" b 1959 at which time he resigned to national parks, industries, flora interest and ability. The gui- vacation of their talents In this coon
Ji and allow our,boys and girls to ex- the principal and nomination o fa = u I run for Governor in 1960. and fauna? Plain, one-color stamps dance counselor maintains up-to--ty we have already made provi-

t, press themselves without fear of school trustee :Mrs. Lois Redding: ., x 'The former, senator who is a "gave way to gorgeous multicolored I' date information about vocational sions to conserve and protect our
i S family censorship? Can we afford land Edward H. Burnham Jr. were member of many organizations beauties o fevery size and shape --- trees by voting fire protection for
to pass up the opportunity for appointed! teachers; in the Jennings Mr. Paul Tolar twill serve as Florida ,State Chairman I Countries like Liechtenstein, our forest We have seen fit to project
i (pictured )district '
s| our youth to express themselves High School on motion of Mr. But- with his wife, ,of the 1964 March.of, Dimes. !Monaco and San Marino put out JAMES HOGAN PROMOTED bur automobiles and trucks by
or the opportunity for them to know ler, seconded ,by Mr. Tyree and Louise and 3 children live N : some beauties, printed them by the James H. Hogan, 25, son of Mr 'paving our roads. We have estab-
that there are better schools; even carried.A 3rd street: on W. millions, with values ranging from and ,:Mrs. James A. Hogan*:Rt.4, ,(Bshed good protection for our land
.. '\ give them the chance to visit some motion was made- by Mr. Tyree Letter To Editor I a penny or its equivalent up to ;Jasper, .!'::1a.,. was promoted to.by utilizing modern farming prao-
** **<" \ :-modern: plants in other places s?. seconded by-Mr.. Butler, and ,car- Mrs. Betsy HasMns. bookeeper" several dollars. Collectors went specialist four early thiswJ5iBsii res. But today we+ are wastifig

t *y--' '.'*:.S"*,'jKJ3I *in, certain that our boys:'and:riedK; that' Hjifej"esJgnaJ3onj>f-MrSj Mr. Tolar who was born in West t TkA '->f;minuet*,--ot'thc: forthemavidly...y *- ..--- --***- !! ned b the 1s i.: Jour grftitiJU _Bty icthenx
) n ,ris' !h';the"County wflTbe amazed Nedra Tyree-S, secretary t al the 1 Bridge area "ofTfiamilton County City Council meetings published In DivtSorfat i Fort Hood, Texas. quality education opporlUn1-
r to see the :broadness of the curricula Jennings High School be accepted, has been in the gas business for the Jasper+News can neither makeor When national propaganda be- Specialist Hogan, who enteredthe ties.
in other schools. The' increased effective -October 4, 1963. 18 years working in Madison and break the City of Jasper. Many came a practice art the Iron Curtain Army in December 1961, is a In the forthcoming election let us

separate course offerings in Mr. DeVane, Principal of Jen- Tallahasee, tax payers in the city limits have countries used stamps to the driver In Company B of the divis- remember that we are not votingto
English, science mathematics, nings High School recommended i The new office here has for its reached the age which hinders I hilt. They put out new issues almost ion's 2nd. BattiKon, 46th. Infantry.He just build buildings. We are vote

social studies, foreign languages, industrial that ]Miss Janie Bunrham be appointed -;customers Gas, applicances, car- them from attending the Council I every day proclaiming the was engaged in farming before ing for: the healthy, wholsesome

arts .business, education secretary of that school be- 'buretion equipment tobacco cur- meetings. Yet. they' are interested grandeur and glory of life behind entering the. Army. growth of our children.

and fine arts supported; by physical ginning October 7, 1963. A motionwas ing equipment water heating re- in the proceeding of each meeting. the curtain. 1I'//////r.n'TO'////uH//.N/.N'/H/////////n./N/Nh/NNN, ,
frigerators, etc. I No longer was it possible to attempt .n" "
.5 facilities, in the form of Language made by Mr. Butler seconded Should they be deprived of this # f % .ar _
to collect the of the
> Laboratories Science Laboratoriesto bY Mrs. Tyree and carried, that very economical service?
( include separate facilities for,,Miss Burnham be appointed Secre- Dove SeasonTo Most important is the fact that world in one volumn. Today one Facts
general science.. chemistry biology itary.j many tax and nontaxpayers no country will print more stamps in : Bond Election

and physics,) extended business j Mr. Walter Fourakers was before Open' SaturdayFlorida's 'longer reside in Jasper would like one year than all the countries of
education facilities, modern home' the world printed before 1900.
,the Board and discussed his wife'scontract some knowledge of our fair city's SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION
economics departments industrial I Now to collect the world you need
for transporting pupils to I
dove hunters will take progress.
40 votums if are serious aboutit
arts shops, fine arts rooms, and you
school. After discussion, a motion Several $ $ $'s dollars were spent
ItO the field at 12:00 Saturday, I i
physical facilites for guidance pur- I noon and want albums that contain 'Tell the truth to the people they will acccept it"
made by :Mr. Tyree .seconded in the purchase of the yellow
was October 5
I when the first phase of I for all stamps. Then each
poses will help our fine young by Mr. Matthews and carried, to (white) elephant parked behind the I spaces
the This
1963 committee
dove .feeling with
people to realize the extensive! migratory hunting year you must add another volumn charged; responsibility pledged them-
t educational needs existent in Ham-I allow an increase of 15.00 per I season opens in 63 counties, an-II City Hall as to this date the road I or two i fyou want to keep them up Behes at the initial meeting to find and present to the people of
month beginning today. grader purchased by the city has .
cording to A. D. Aldrich. director,
ilton County. The next time you'Mr. Reid reported that a suit had Game seemingly been a monument for!to date. Hamilton Comity the truthful farts concerning<< a high school consolidation -
have a family gathering, see if you( if I been filed against the Board of,I Fresh Water Fish commission this Imknnwn.-. i Now the new African Republics program and the upcoming bond election to be held on
t have brain washed your son or[. Public Instruction relative to the The City Manager' has stated, are at it. They are printing multi- Nocember 5. 1963.POINTS.
if the conclusions will be j colored ''stamps by the millions
daughter-see Hunting allowed '
i!Bond Election called for Tuesday, that he has been the driver of this
that are reached are logical or IfS ; November 5, 1963. A motion was from 12:00 noon until sunset I I machine on few occassion. with values to several hundred TO KNOW AND REMEMBER

S they 'are merely your own biased I made by Mr. Matthews, seconded through November 3 in most .Co If the Jasper officials need a toy francs bearing pictures of birds I. Saturday noon October 5th is the deadline for registering
animals flowers
opinion. butter
Counties in which first- I ys.
'(by Mr. Stormant and carried to then let us please request them to
I: At lyour next family devotion, phase dove hunting will not be all'I and all designed to sell suckers and to vote in the school election on November 5 th. If
have 0>1. F. B. Harrell represent hang up their stockings at Christmas -
t give these wonderful young folks) the .the Board in this suit. owed are Glades, DeSoto, Hardee, rather than spent the taxpayers bring in more revenue.I you are a property owner and properly registered you
'" opportuntiy to express themselves. Hendry, and that portion of Franklin find it hard to imagine a bushman
Since the County will be havingan money for such a costly can vote. 5.OD
I If
Should you discover they want |j County known as Alligator trotting to the post office and lean-
election at he same time that dust catcher.
f somethings better have the courage -' be held Point. ing his spear and shield on the 2. Hamilton County has no school bond indebtedness.
i the school elections are to False economy is now and has
t to give it to them. !I counter while he digs into his loin Every dollars has been paid off for the three
{a motion was made by Mr. Stor- Dove hunters will be allowed a ;been a most costly item. The mudj -- except
mant, seconded by Mr. Matthews, daily bag limit of 10, with a total j' holes in Jasper the deplorable cloth for 200 francs to while purchase he an gymnasiums in the county, which is being paid off
Forest Service and carried that the Inspectors possession limit of 20. Hunters 'I streets and etc. are getting worse airmail stamp. Not can share of
( send his message quicker by drums. through our county's the race track funds.
; and clerks appointed by the County must possess valid hunting licenses rather than better. Constant surveillance
Ready To Assist i Commissioners serve for both elec- available from all County Judges. [ by our City Manager and We are really moving fast folks, 3. Foresight of our school board members several years

t'tions and expenses for conducting Shotguns must be pluged to three- early repairing of these eye sore when an innocent hobby can be ago, in buying sufficient acreage for both an elementary

You With Burning 'elections'' will be shared equally. shell capacity and rifles are prohibited -I and car wrecking conditions with turned no into holds an barred.international racket and high school in the future, has eliminated the
of Internal Accounts for
Audits for taking migratory birds. could possible render the cost of a
According to J. W. Kelley local (Ithe Jasper High. Jasper Elemen- Duck stamps are not required for;!major construction job. need of purchasing a new site for the proposed new

head of the Florida Forest Service tary, Jennings High White Springs taking doves but will be requiredto f The above notes are just a few high school. Also our present gym, football, basketball,

., the men and equipment would High J ,R. E. Lee High. Carver take ducks and geese when, the of the facts which leads many of baseball, and track facilities are adequate for all high
r be available again this to '{: High, and Jerry Jackson Schoolsas waterfowl season opens. I us taxpayers to wonder if the de-
year '
assist landowners with burning made by Mr. Joe C. Mitchell Aldrich said 'there will be strict' cision of the City to debate publication m school students thereby saving well over a hundred

which they feel to dangerous to do''! were presented. These reports patrolling.on-early dove and marsh,1-, of Council minutes is true thousand dollars in the proposed building program.

ra alone. Kelley pointed out that even though the Florida Forest Service ] noted, and they were ordered state law enforcement officers to j We request of you Mr. Manager
can assist with burning that the filed. The schools: are provided with see that all regulations are enforced. (land Honorable Councilman let us population of over forty thousand people, is now being

landowner will still hve to set they copies of their audits. We urge all hunters to abide citizens know about Jasper, and let served by three large Consolidated high schools within,

fires and be responsible for it until i 1 The minutes of the meetings of by all hunting regulations and to others through official minute the county while Hamilton county with a populationof
dead out. We will be there to ad- September 3, 1963were) read. A hunt safely at aH times. Hunters published In our local paper. .
served three
-vise you of the safest way to burn motion was made by Mr. Matthews should remember that when they l James G. Black, Jr. seventy five hundred people, is being by '

and have the equipment standing ',seconded by Mr. Butler and car- hunt on the lands of another" person separate high schools. Is this, or is it not good business?

by In case something should go ned, that they be adopted.I they are guests. Respect the owners JOHNNIE 'HOWARD TRAINING O 5. Lafayette county one of our: smaller counties, with
wrong. Take for example should .Reid recommended that ten rights and property. Good man- consolidated their
less than Hamilton high
I population
is the milage
bum without mills necessary tIN
you our help ,and the ners keep down posters which keep
!. fire sled get away from you, then operation of our schools. A motion you out"JAMES Johnnie C Howard, Jr., radar- schools at a savings of twenty five thousand dollars a

it would burn until the equipment t was made by Mr. Matthews see- t man first class USN son of Mr. TIPJIII: T- year. 'They now have money to do with that they
and men could get there thereby I landed by Mr. Tyree, and carried HOWARD 31ERETUR.'S land Mrs. Raymond P. Carmack *
before This made
tap"When had statement was recently
i that the recommended millage of never
causing a much more dangerous i of Jennings. Fla., has reported
condtion an dlarger burned area. iten mills be printed on the ballots TO SERVICEJames for duty at the Fleet Anti-Air War- by the school Principal of Lafayette county to one of

If our equipment and men were for election. Howard Newsome A. M. fare Training Center In Virginia you shoot in the field our county school officials.
with wou at the beginning of the j There being no further business H. 2 has returned to the U. S. Beach, Va. r; and
burningAnd I f the meeting adjourned. Navy after 3 and onehalf years oC t The center trains naval personnel be sure what t you see .A.is 6. Indifference, resulting in failure to register voteon

again if you have any burn: Clyde Hunter .Chairman civilian life. His wife an ddaugh-. n the detection and tracking of en- this mostrimportant issue to come before our people

ing that is to dangerous for you,to!ATTEST Harry T. Reid Supt. ter went with him.. They will be envy aircraft fire control systemsfor the game you are after: is about the only factor that will keep ALL children in

handle alone, please call on us to statoned at the Naval Ar Station aiming guns and missiles and from the best in education.
assist you agan this yeor.r Miramar San Deigo California he{the operation and maintenance of not me." our county

I will have 8 weeks school on F-8-P I be guns themselves. MORETRUTHFULFACfS NEXT WEEKS
1 STAPLERS and STAPLES fighter aircraft.. Then transfer to j A live firing range extending out ,
:Be A Safe Stoctcrfif < ,: GIVE ALL: OF OUR CHILDREN THE BEST'
,{_ .
I Many to Choose From at V F'-2-1 air carrier group.. He Is over the Atlantic provides the cenjter -.
I ** : _-*x he son of Mr.ff and Mrs.-GroverWheeler I with facilities for training: gun 'lIE MTIMlIInI ASSOClAmll s-;" I' J;< -
"... THE JASPER NEWS RL 3"Jasper, Fla. (crews. ,; ._- .- I .____ = _mm :_____:H __'r ._ _-.P 'r' n.. .: _

0" __ .

-- -.- ---... -

1 ..-...- .-.
'3 .
-- :- -- -
; :
..1"-: ,
1 !" :. '

riro ',PAGE TWO r, ..,!. .. THE JASPER NEWS 1;: JASPER. FLORIDA. / Friday.?,October 4, 1963DON'T

I'' *
r '
'w '"en favor of caling the election This hard core 'opposition has Board of Public Instruction and the' I naval-and army movements (1861).
iisore \DESERVE A. CHANCE* to provide funds for building a conSOlidated seemingly decided that all these;Mate Superintendent of Public Instruction ;-1 II TodayJQi. FJorida. ',October G' David Shohz,vyfoo was
'. scHobl were circulating. tactics combined are not enough to 'have approved"the reso- ? to become 26th govexpof.oCJgporida
HIT TO VOTE ON CONSOhID frONtS.Yotfrand : ; their petitiarir1t& hard'core apposition = stem the tide knfavor of this proppSal fhrtions adopted by'the local'Board ',ffistor, .. y, "., -. 'and,later Grain Exalte< Jtder of
to rushed all over'the county cir- and.that their;last hope, lies ''of Public: Instruction: for submitting 1 """ *- .<.- ,? the Elks, born-in BrpSdyn'f189U.
,, rI I I
ve ''' ,culattng 'a ',petition *of 'their'own :in blocking the election and keep.:the proposal to the people' ":Every'legal <..Ere. by Stephen I' October 7, John Milton fi
:Your School I 'n '' 'public ing the people from voting upon an 'requirement' been met( ,: Foster Memorial) of Florida, inauguratedin
deer . ) .: ) wfticH-has never beett made 'October > governor
]1. i
I ;:. l EvidentlyIt( was invald and had issue. upon which they have every I This effort to secure an Injunction Bfbward Napoleon Bonaparte simple and brief ceremony" i in
Ice by M L Powell no'basis'or standing in law Perhaps I right to vote. In this proposed com, against this election is a des ,died at ,Jacksonville 19th governor(1910)of Florida). :1'Tallahassee (1861)).
the:next tactic considered by this i i plaints seeking to obtain an injunction perate effort byi desperate men to I I Florida's j! October 8. Confederate forces
ate 'Ibis week we thought that it with them for disagreeing with us, opposition was ,to boycott the. election against holding the elec-I stem the"tide of progress. There is'' old-age assistance month before program I under General Anderson: move 'to
inaugurated I
ind might be well for us to take a close We are going to discuss here ,this if and when it was called. After j tion ,not one single complaint is really not one single valid argu-I ratification. (1336).a I'attack Santa Rosa Island near
is look at the tactics cf the small small minority of hard core .op due consideration this plan was :brought against school consolidation !anent against the advantages of, October 2, Legislature !j Fort Pickins. ((1861).
k46, !group of hard core opposition toMthe postion who would seemingly to' ditched being infeasble They Their ''school prepares
go as I. only complaint is that consolidation in this county. for special session called by Cover! Ocober 9, Anderson expedition
ith p r o''posed any limits to stop this movementfor ,were afraid if they stayed away'the people of this county do not,The only question at issue is nor Gilchrist to enact legislation forced to re-embark before destroying : ,
kn ,i\b nd "election be- better schools. We are going,to from the potts that the proposal have the right to vote on this mat- whether the people o fthis county' for Jacksonville which will pay Federal guns, losing 18 killed,
#!',vJl" f sing called by the try to approach this without any: would go over by a landslide. J j|ter. Could anything be more dSdiculous. are willing to pay' the price for I'costs involved. (1912)). I'|39 wounded and 30 prisoners. ((1861).
an "Hamilton County malice or ill will or emotionalism, "'"There nas' seemingly been much one modern school plant to giveexpanded October 3, Fuller Warren born at j October 10, Weather officals re-
rt. :-St, Board of Public whatsoever. We want be .
> -- to just. misinformation fed to our citizens Now would not to ; educational opportunities I
I we persume Blountstown, went onto 'become!'port 24-hour rainfall in New Smy-
Instruction for as factual and accurate as wp! both white to an the children of this county or ,
throughout the county I I speculate on what decision a judge state legislator Jacksonville city rna measured 23.22 inches. (1924)
e J the purpose of possibly can. ;,',2nd..negro. They were led to believe !might render in this case but our whether they will be content to councilman, and the state's 30th I! October 11, Colonel Henry T.
t I building a Hamilton J.n the beginning when those'who that if this proposal passedtlt own personal opinion is that the continue to1 .send the educational governor. ..(41905)) :-. .-..': '.--"'!" ,,* TfHnsC for*whom TKusville, was*;......---. .
Wese "' : t: lidated-ha County Con-' favored this progressive'! 'jnp\e t for. their taxes-Would De increased I oomph: -dont 1iave mare single" funds'"'of this Bounty to three sepJf*"October 4, Stephen Foster Memor j named, went on trial at St. Augustine -
g better Schools were oing'about to 13 or 15 mills just to service I basis of law to stand upon. We arate ineffectual and out moded ial park and museum building' for.participatingith Cubans
rai school on the site circulating the petition for the consolidated also led believe know school plants with a combined student
: : bonds. They were to that every-legal requirementand dedicated at White Springs. (19501 in revolution against Spain.:
of the Jasper 'f2smentary bond election this same .that their homestaed exemp- every state school board regulation body hardly enough for cne October 5,. ,Residents o fnorth I ,
no School campus: I hard core opposition resorted, ,to, tion status would be jeojardized if has been followed in getting: good school to say nothing of.three. gulf coastlinecontinue$ to protest r.
ing We know that there are:-quite;;;a repeated instances of reprisals and, this,issue were passed this matter properly before the Are we willing to wait until we over what; they term "inadequate-.. ..
!Jralied good many people scattered thru threats of intimidations and-boy- Now the facts are-tHat it will take people. We have been more than are forced by 'legislative action or'regulations defenses" against expected Union "
out the county who do not take welT cotts against: those whom,," hey only around 9 mills to service the careful every step of the way. ,Of the State Board of HELP STOP
lie to'the idea of a-consolidated schoU knew to be in favor of this proposal bonds and the only way the millagecan The calling of the election on i{Public Instruction to do something ;
They are going to talk against this who had the petition. J about our out-dated system of ed-' that can't be I MALICIOUSWOODS :
or signed gt iwould be down. And everyone November 5 for the ,purpose of voting gress stopped or .
..Mija proposal and they are going to These tactics don't .happen to ,be !''should know that the homestead on the bond election to provide cation in this county or will :we j I'I blocked by any amount of hardcore '
vote against it This is their undi K rumors or idle' gossip.they are'reali exemption cannot be possibly I the funds to build a consolidated i move forward in a spirit of progress .' oppostion who would seek to BUR I It
puted right and privilege ..-Although" ities which we happen to know,, touched except by the way of a school was unanimously approved. and provide the type schools ,i I I hold and maintain the status quo _
we do not' agree with them in their: ,about personally. ;.?' 'state wide constitutional amendment I.by the Hamilton County Board, of jour children so richly deserve.We 1 I,no matter how desparately hard ;
view, we certainly do rot fall cut"' At the same time that those''Who voted on by the people. Education'on Sept 3 last. The State. are arriving in an era of pro- they might try to do so ....
\-t .-:4 *.... v7.. '-

Ia: ,
-,' vl'... .

inar In ':J l ; : ; "1i -..: .:, 1f!'; .

}:,' ON'T .. F 0.1.' R. .,,1)

[St. i

ext ledvho a e I ISURE6AS': :


anim d '

the ss.- FRI.SAT -

:.-, ; -

>pres .

'> ,
ts. ''. .

I be-the i j ::--- Terrsn.; i : :'. COMPLETE: GAS SERVICE SURE GAS! '

t :: .;)t .

;p ? ; A STORE FULL .nor

''!' =--6 4 .(;fI,'" : OF MODERN GAS ,
-- '

> :, ,'*Il i>"-I< dUi1L : tI:: APPLIANCES: MODERN( .'" .

f ,

.pj_ .0. ;.' '1.'' COMPLETE t'

; .. .:. <. .
i' v ,:, L. P. GAS PLANTEVERYONE -..,,..
:. : OL.A Ai: ;. \;-,, ci, '-r, .
\. .. < '



133 ,; Register For Free Prizes on These Days

.> Model GC24 TAPPAN GAS RANGE :First Person

j T Set of IMPERIAL Stainless Steel Cookware. ; In Our StoreSaturday

Other Valuable Prizes Gets A

t ..-h ;, ,,: Drawing at 4:00: Saturday, Need Not Be Present Free Door Prize

';1: t'Ve < t .



ri i See Our Selection. of



SATURDAY llO_*a,.m. -.3:00 p.m.I I at

DON'T MISS, IT Sqregas

OUR SERVICESimCLUDE .'_ i H'"j t .4 t.

Li p. GAS WATER HEATING -- :: i-f- L. P. GAS MOTOR, FUEL ;.. = :; :-,' JASPER .
A 'P7dks' HEATING & COOKING ; : UP. .GAS.WEED BURNING **- 9K -', "
t .'"iTpTGAS: '''TOBACCO' CURING1L'P.; r : GAS GRAB DRYING .j-.t L Located In Atlantic Coast Line DepotCaH -

.. _.__._...- .- ....-- .... .. ..
CHECK WITH US FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS 792-2911 For Fast, Dependable Ga Service


=- -

iTi 1.TJIL: : iJ -. .
: : ; r


'.' : Mr. and Mrs. Williams VIckers and"to mate- plans for work.- ..
f" 9
EJ. were here from St. Pete. This is a county wide organization -J Mrs. Kate Adfcks accompanied J .
t Esther Home and Margaret Far'num slow moving foundation by Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Axficks of I
came over from Madison. things are but with aft moving. Livp Oak went over to Jacksonville Mrs. Mattie McGhinMrs.

: : f Mr. ,.and Mrs.. Cameron and the last week to see Miss Kate's I Hattie Dawes
; Leon MCDanalds'and Karl Minor I In October-lucious Japanese sister, Mrs. Lulu Pledge who is a t Miss MaryvSue"C8flierMrs. '
; 61nS Howe were in from Live Oak persimmons for breakfast! patient in Baptist Hospital and has NSWkrivaIs 1 : Rachel Morgan,
I Tallahassee been,for several : 1I Kenneth SSees .
The Oscar Cowarts from, a. weeks.; I .,
c Mrs. Teresa Bfodgett
Mrs. E. E._ Cone. fromackSODvm "Nothing Ventured W ,' ,
I Bembrv -
; : .; Making house parbat Sovran-j BARBARA' LeMAY DEVANEARRIVES f Payton

:, Miss Myrtle Jennings of Jacksonville .. .. nee Springs for several days at the 1,I Mrs, Nettie\ Reid'Mrs. :
STiesi I Coffins
.. ,, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred DeVane I
was with her mother and The Jasper Woman's dub enters Raymond Camp cottage were Edith -
t I L. M. Gaines (cot)
I are announcing the birth of a
father. O'Cain, Mary Lang, Mayreid
I the new year October 11 with a p I daughter. Her name is Barbara Lei i Betty Bevffle (cot)
"DIMENSIONS" Boone and Mr Jim Clary returned Mr. and Mrs. J. V.McCall at the -from 3:30 to 5:00.: Adioks, Lenora Braswell, Jim I"May. LeMay is a combination of t Willie Mae Joseph (col.)
... By Edna St. Vincent l\ l1ay.. j'Saturday from a south Florida trip Baptist Homecoming. 1 Susie Camp and Mary Frances Lewis. .i j(both her grandmothers names. Mrs I Ronald Williams col)
The world stands out en either: side to Haines City Lakeland and Tam- The little Basset folks, Sammy and Gene Dan .Irand came rs. DeVane before her marriage was! Alberta Locke (cot)

,., Y1 h 1*No wider than the heart is,wide.. "pa. Lynn and Harriet of,Quincy were!,in derful homeSaturday from their won- Billy and Mayreid; Adicks: are vacationing I Miss Barbara Butler. I Janie Henderson (poi: ,.)
trip to (;aUfomia'.and
Hawaii ,
;1tt' Above the world is streched the sky here Sunday with :their grandmother -- for two' weeks at their r I Thedora Gibbons .
No higher than the soul is high. Mrs. E. S. Clifton writes; from Mrs. Will' Carter. The tour began at Las Vegas. They camp Steinhatchee. :I t" SUSAN I PATIENTS DISCHARGEDSINCE
The heart can push the,sea and California that she will be home !i flew from Valdosta via Atlanta. .
camei Mr .and Mrs. Douglas= Zant of LAST WEEK:
and Linda Purvis
'land soon. She had attended a county John I They agree that the outstanding I Mrs. John Camp entertained her. .
from St. Victor and" Ft. Pierce are announcing the arrival -, Mrs. Emma Parker .
Augustine :
Farther away on either side fair out there and to a Lutheran event was their visit to the War bridge dub last Thursday at,.for t
!Martha Harre from Jacksonville, of Susan Elizabeth. She will Kib Burnett
., But the soul can split the sky intwo church service. I[Memorial Cemetery at Pearl Har-place at Suwannee Springs. / I .
Mrs. Reeves and L S. t IV called Elizabeth since it is a Paul LeeF2mer
.. .' ., Buck Mrs. bor. Once a year the school chil- 1 x'
Johnson Divonia Mr. and Mrs. JI I family name on her mothers side. I Lefeh
1 dren decorate the flow-
And let the face of God shine [ grrwith t{
Katherine Van House an enthusiastic i Mary Frances Lewis leaves next i Smith ;
Bernard Thompson ,St. Pete, (P. S1 She was named for her great grand Sump
through. W. D. C. and is intertain- the registration slips were lost so I ers.The 'Tuesday to spend a week in At mothers. Mrs. Zant will be remembered Mrs. Lizzie ComMas ,, .-I.
r r ing her chapter October 8. I have this is this for the present. I' well planned trip gave thema lanta with her aunt, ifcs. Mary as Miss Peggy Perkins. E. J. McCall ;:
,I wonder why' the tobacco in-pan invitation to be her guest'at'that I . comprehensive view of the island Bothwell. Mrs. Bertha King,\ ":",

erests 'send out an this free snuff. time. Myrtle and Hill Lewis of Atlanta -the schools and churches. : JASPER FFA MEETING .i Helen Young (coLT
I don't suppose anyone, except'some They saw Orton Bryan at Scofield j A The Sarah Curry (coL)
jl Mr. J .L. Colhon went hurriedlyto visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sandlin telephone message Sunday Jasper F.F.A. Chapter
Air Base. Orton is married and:
very old: people use the stuff. But first school Mary Graham (CooL)
the bedside o fhis father who and Mrs. W. B. Lewis Sunday. has two children.As j night acquainted friends of the their meeting of the
then I'm against tobacco any how. i death of MrS Kippie Shangle of year on Thursday September 17. Bflly Williams (cot)
suffered heart attack and is in :
Like the poppy: industry in 'China Ocala bostaLMrs. After the meeting! at Quires I they were leaving, Mr. Lair Hightstown, N. J. I After the motion was made and
much harm it does. last Thursday.: Mrs. Billy Pennang-I ioza (he taught Spanish here year The Shangles were winter visitors seconded the Chapter agreed to I
S. S. W. Byrd of Orlandb has ton and :Mrs. Bob Fine went on to ,before last) and his little daughter for years in the home of the carry,'out a magazine drive. The Joining with the FHA Each day
1 In,Art school in Athens; Ga.oneswn been the guest for 2 weeks of her Tallahasse for a short visit with !came to the plane to greet them. I,late Mr. and Mrs. Jim Corbel 40 percent profit the chapter will the two groups will rotate selling
i1er a students picture was daughter and:son-in-law! Poris. .-and I I,Billy Pennington Jr. a student at I I The little girl brought leis for each I t This closes a chapter of kindly. make is to be used to pay the the advertislns spaces. Paul Dam-
scverety critized. The artist made [Kenneth Wood. F. S. U. 'of them-a lovely .Hawaiian cus' associations that will be reflected members' dues that sold the magazines pier and Wayne Goo&by sold $107
their mailing list-they have in- ... . tom. Mr..and'Mrs.. Tarings teach in'the lives of the children and. ;'then'he balance will go into I worth of spaces on the calendar.
an opinion It-it is an intelligent Mrs. Martin Wood (Vonnie) of I The Rural Area Development -she in a private school and she i I their children. the Chapter treasury. Committees were appointed for
opinion.I California (Martin, one of the Kenneth Com .met Thursday night September could not come at that time. . The Chapter decided to carry 1 the green -initiation and Chap

acknoweldge receipt of the Presbyterian *Wood sons is with the U. S.I' 26 They sent messages of friendship I I I Jim Camp Mary Lang and.Ed. ,out a' calendar advertisement drive ter Farmer degree.
calendar of Events' for Army at Ft. Ord California) has 1!r The goal o fthis organization is to Jasper folks. na Browne spent Monday .in'.r'ak. ', '.\ 1 On September 20 a special meeting -
October and am glad to be again on been in Florida visiting: ; Lafayette I to make Hamilton County a 'BetterPlace The trip was so lovely that Gene | was called to order for the pur.
their maling list-they, have in-sand Dixie Wood n Winter Garden.I to live' and Susie. can't possibly tell it alL OFF TO THE WORLD SERIES Series games (Dodgers vs. Yankees -f pose of electing a Miss JJLSv caj
deed a full month of'activities. I Lafayette with the Telephone Co|I The sub-committee are charged They will just I keep living it. As j I Joe and Mildred Sapp and'F.;J'Land ] ) ii\ New York After the two didate. Miss Florin Hestqt wa*
'there. with chalking the liabilities and I all dee experiences, it enriches Madeline Hancock of Palatkaj games there, they will see them I selected to represent the Cbfepte/

The Seminar of the Tallahassee .,. J:assets of their individual com. ones life. '., took''a plane'Tuesday to the World!again as they plan in Los Angeles. I Reporter. John Robinson*_*...

District of Methodists which convened ', .,Time to vote is coming up. InteHi- : it'. ?
at Charis last week was..well' gene voting is the prerogative of|. --- -
attended. .. :the American people. To have an
From the W. S. C. S. of Jasper"opinion-not to straddle the fence, I rd

were President Mrs. Walter Haven is good also.i
er; Vice Pres. Mrs. Ponce'i If I should not vote (but I shall) I Im 33r

&1ndlin, Secretary of Youth work keep my mouth shut on the way]

Mrs. Tom Owens,. Spiritual life I I I I things, go. I;. 'ii-- I
leader, Mrs. C .B. Harrison; Sec. i : :
of Literature Mrs. Bob Fine Mission i I I'll not be modest about my hick i...''''' ; :
:: -
Chairman Mrs. John Lewis,tat all. I won first prize at the
Children's word Mrs. Billy Penn-I 3oHum Beauty "Open House"
ington, Christian social relations!>salon Firiday and Saturday. First
I .
'prize was a $5000 permanent and -
Mrs. Hannah Bland Miss Inez, '
McCall and Rev. Mr, Booth pastor.Train 'II not knowing there was such a v +'( SALE STARTS SEPT 30 THRU OCT. 12
:thing!) Not being accustomed to
instructors presented '
following winning I am quite pleased. "
': There were prizes of perfumes
1. Christian mission in Southern LADIES
hand mirrors and such things' that
Asia. I please[,, a winner. t f fr I Fall Coats '
2. The changing city challenges ,' LAMINATEDCOATS
the church 1 I''|r Arnor; the winners were Lenora Sport .
Braswell Doan Harrison Lillian I ,
3. The Christian family and its

money I I Bembry.S. REG 19.95-24.95 .
4. An introduction to 3 spiritual I
classics I|I Mr. Elmer Lee suffered a severe ,

5. Children studies: and youth work ,,blow from a piece of timber while I $ .$$ Reg 16.95
. working at the mill. It landed him j 16
in the hospital but the report is.. I
Fine manners begin at home= NOW A New Styles New Colors
really fine manners. that he .getting along OJC, j ..: -..._ ._. ;.

.1.t1&lL.-- ...
-i I The U. S.''C. S. meets at the homeof rrc-- : :$i-A8-
Ethel Lewis has a beautiful .collection < Mrs.Ponce Sandling Oct. 7. ,
of African violet. One pot : I
of white is especially lovely. Virgel and Betty Lewis and chil- gr
dren Anne and Jimmy of Maitland Suits _ _
Friday morning Mrs. Norwood attended the game at F. S. U. Stylemart MEN'S
come across the garden with a bouquet Saturday and returning spent Sunday I.
of early Fall roses beaded in with the mother Mrs.. W. 'R
light rain drops-beauty to behold. Lewis. A'I REG. 49.95 59.95 ::9 FLANNELSHIRTS
Mrs. T. T. Law attended the I I Mr. and Mrs. Leon McDonald': '
Suwannee Association of the Primitive of Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. !I $44.
Baptist Church in Jacksonville Will McDonald Sunday afternoon. I Reg. )1.98
ONLY _____.
recently and was,the guests I They had attended homecoming at ..
for three days of Mr. and Mrs the First Baptist m the morning. !
Cribbs and Mr and Mrs. DeBerry. .55 BOY'S NEW
. I I There were many out of town HUBBARD SLACKS LONG SLEEVE 2 for $3.00

Thinking to highly of one's self i folks at the Baptist homecoming -

is childish. . I Sunday.Mr .and. Mrs. Reid Green an3 I Reg 11.95 and 12.95. SPORT SHIRTS

Mrs. Delores Walker, Mrs. Ollie son Troy came from Atlanta. NOW "Bendy" reg. $1.98
._ S $9.95
2 for $3.00
{ Only _________..____ -

NOTICENotice r


Ladies DressesBOMBER
; .

r Notice is hereby given COLORS
Commissioners, Hamilton County Florida, will hold t ta ., NEW FALL STYLES AND :.'r '

public hearing at the Court House. at Jasper, .. &' .Regular 6.98 736 8.98

Florida Saturday October 19 1963 the hours of JACKETS- ', '
; at '
S S :' )10:00 a.m. upon application of citizens to close a I' : Now Only $E-88 .

'public road leading from State Road No. 6 to Friendship '$5.98 :. 6 : ,c. 9 t

Baptist Church in Hamilton County, Florida

4 Jack Vinson, Chairman I with Patch i DRESaDRed : .

Board County Commissioners L Boys Jacket ;

ATTEST: Thelma Lewis .
Clerk Circuit Court I 6.98, NOW _
I : $5-88 MEN'S ARMY TWILL > .

Long Sleeve or
2; I Short Sleeve
--- The Complexity of Too Work Pants
=== ay s I : '. Reg 3.99

CarsDEMANDS ( : Girls Dresses Reg 2.98 "'$3 for $8.85

_- I S i<. "
EXPERT CARE -+ j ': :In Woven Stripes plaids, 2 -4 $5-M MOVIE STAR

.. Prints. Reg. 3.98 4.98'

"FlU'er up" is our. cue to also ) BOYS SLIPSProportioned

:; dean up and check 1 We leave iRedacedTo 4 $ .66

nothing to chance in seeing that .. .._ 3 Ivy. 'Pants # ( )

your car is road-ready I Give us by Blue Bell Reg 2.98

an opportunity to n .
. prove
vice is best I ouJr.serI _' CHILDRENS* $ .98 $2,66

.. t .._ 2

I;, CAR WASH only $2.00' :Run; Proof PantiesBobby ; ,,, '

, ., :. Jerry Smith's I.. Sox ..4 -4.: Sizes; 4-14 :"':* 1.' :) .'1 REMEMBER+ : iAi! '
- : : GULF STATION Reg 59c -- T'YOU,: A.1I..cHARGEsE''' '_ ,

4 p.88c" : "t. _
,: :; _:: : Jasper f i lt' ;Telephone .792-3781 ':. 2pr.88c ,. ', /Ji..:;#t: .".;'. -, .THAT: EAGLE -.' "



--- -:--- --T--_

ju.iiuui// : -- -. -



E.*>V.Frank..fitormant Matthews., Johnny A.ButlerThoee B. Tyree I FLORIDA:... *' .-. .while Mrs. Nickoloson and Robert I Mr aixTI&rs.: Monte Joe Morganand
< the adoptionof
I N-1 such resolution votingagainst were as follows. ;, I M.-Va.rk.,.Deceased remained for a longer stay with children of Pompano are spend
NOTICE OF PROBATEThe By LOIS ZIPPEREK their parents and grandparents.1:
ing some time with their mother
rjoneThe Board of Public Instruction Persons Interested State of in Florida. To All of I Pause to listen when the night While Mr. Nickolson is on over seas
The Estate I
of Hamilton countyFlorida. and grand mother Mrs. Annie Morgan -
Said Decedent: Softly closes out the light duty.

A RESOLUTION OF THE Board of Public Instruction for. .. by Clyde Hunter. Its Chairman You are hereby notified that God will surely speak to a s I .
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the purpose of financing the acquiring APPROVED certain spoken words of said deceased you Mr. and Mrs. Teford Sullivan
OP HAMILTON COUNTY I ,' building" and furnishing Thomas D. Bailey which constitute the nuncupative In your garden wet with dew -.---.- --
FLORIDA. CALLING A SPECIAL a consolidated Hamilton County I!State Superintendent of,,Public will of said deceased under Mina B, Hoffman and children spent Sunday in Day
ELECTION BY THE FREE High School including site improvements .> Instruction of the State of (the. laws of the State of Florida has Florida with their father and grand
HOLDERS OF SPECIAL TAX at the present Jasper Florida., -Sr been admitted' to probate In said. I e e ,,...
SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER Elementary School site InJaper ATTEST Harry T. Reid'Superintendent ... Court., (: Mr .and Mrs. M. c. Wynn hai- father Mr. Ice BaldrelL I Pianos
ONE OF HAMILTON COUNTY. Florida,; the principal of of Public You are hereby commanded within to bad accident -
ON six calendar months from the date ,, pen a when en-
FLORIDA TO BE HELD and interest on said bonds shall Hamilton ,
THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER : be paid from a special ad valor- Instruction Florida of of the first publication of this notice -1 route home from Jacksonville Sun Mrs. Donna Murphy who has COLONIAL
DETERMINE County to appear in said Court and show been confined to St. Vincent's Hospital
A. D. 196J. TO em tax levied on all taxable pro- -
27 (
WHETHER BONDS OF perty in said District and for the Sept. Oct. 4. 11. 18 cause if any you can,,why the actionof day September 22. Mrs. Wynn stat-J MUSICNEW
SAID DISTRICT SHALL BE prompt payment of said principaland said Court In admitting said Willto ed this accident occured about Jacksonville for" quite some j

ISSUED IN THE AMOUNT OF interest the full faith and NOTICE -OF ELECTION IN probate should not sand unrevok- twenty miles from Jacksonville on''time is home DOW. We hope she j
DOLLARS BY SAID DISTRICT District Number One shall be > 1, HAMILTON COUNTY' John H.. McCormick super highway 10. soon much improved. I II REMANUFAGTUREDPIANOS
The Board of Public FLORIDAThe County Judge Hamilton
WHEREAS pledged?
Instruction of Hamilton County FlorIda For Bonds following resolutions callingan Florida I The car went out of control and,I Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and'

-by revolution passed and adopted r---- .__. Against Bonds election to be held in Special First Publication on Sept. 20. 1963 !turned over twice. They managed'
A. D.. Tax School District No. 1 of Hamilton Sept. 20, 27, Oct 4. 11 ;children spent Sunday in Madison
on the 28th day of June INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: If to get out with cuts and bruises No Down Payment. Up to
1963. did determine that a petition you are in favor of the issuanceof County Florida were adopted at j j County with her parents and grand
presented to said Board onoal date the bonds, place an -X in a meeting of the Board of Public Instruction : f IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD ,hint not seriously injured. The car! :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keel'ing. 3 years to pay
parents -
proposing the serial the space to the left of the of Hamilton County. Florida JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND jwas badly dalr>sged <1; Call Collect and our display -
bonds lit the sum of Four Hundred words.. "For Bonds"If held at its office in the Courthouse FOR HAMILTON COUNTY .
Thousand Dollars for the purposebuilding of you are not in favor of the in Jasper Florida' on the 3rd FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY 'I S s I{ truck win bring it to
acquiring and furnishing issuance of the bonds place an day of September. 1963. ALHARIAE, PAUL. Plaintiff Mrs. Mattie McGhin has been I II front door.
a consolidated Hamilton County I X" mark in the space to the left BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDER VS- confined to Hamilton' I j I Mr. Sump Smith has, been con- your
ED By The Board of Public Instruction ROBERT LIB PAUL. DefradaatI5T County Hospital -
High School of the words A allUlt Bonds' fined to Hamilton County Hospital ,I 1108 N. Patterson
of Hamilton THE NAME AND BY T1IK for the (
ments at SECTION 8. The Superintendent of County Florida in > past several days.; We
for the several He is i i'at i
School site in .Jasper Florida Public meeting duly assembled: AUTHORITY OF TilE STATE OF past days.
mentary of Hamilton County
.. .. Ph- 244-2934
was. in order and that the pro' Florida is hereby authorized empowered Section 1. That an election be, and I FLORIDA hope Mrs. McGhin will soon be well| home now and we hope improvJog Valdosta
jecta for which bonds were proposed and directed to have printed the same is hereby called to be held I TO: ROBERT LEE PAUL whose and home again. .
said were essential in Special Tax School District No. J 1 residence and address is Unknown, ,
by petition on plain white sufficient
paper a .
for the school program of the said number of the aforesaid bal. of Hamilton County Florida the said A sworn bill of complaint having I Se I, __ ---

County and that it was amount lots apd to deliver them paper to the Inspectors District being co-extensive with the been filed in this Court against you I Wese'ly and Cindy Williams of 1
issue bondsto in the said and boundaries of Hamilton County, to the relief therein sought being J Jacksonville I
to Clerks of election on or spent last week
divorce and other relief required ,
determine the you' are
projectsfor following matters I 'GASIMPOSSIBLE.
complete the proposed before the date and time for the
said district and that such bonds opening of the poll at the and things by a majority of the to answer said complaint on ,their grandparents :Mr. and Mrs.

should be issued for such purpose I, voting places to be used respective in the,' vote ballots at such cast election by electors except qualified that the to or nichingto before November C. A. Avriett 1st, 1963.,. Jasper fur- )}Winston Williains. They left for
holding and
and. conducting of the
the said Resolution three persons receiving the ,highest Florida Plaintiff's Attorney ,,a copy their home Saturday. Their.mother "
WHEREAS election.
the said Boardof I vote for School Trustee at said election thereof else decree pro confesso 1] I st4Gi E '100 C 'f'T'fHAT 1 You CAM FISH AROUND
and adopted by SECTION NO
passed of Hamilton 9. The Superintendent of shall be declared School Trusteeat will be entered against you. ]and aunt Mrs. P. E. Williams and )iREE TOWN AU.'IOU WANT.
Public Instruction Public Instruction of Hamilton Coun Witness my hand and the official I Miss Marie WEEt's otD THESE ARE SOONER LATERVOUtU
Florida on the 28th day of ty Florida. is said election; provided that not J, Williams coming for BUT
County. hereby directed to seal, of this Court at Florida
approved more than one' Trustee shall be Jasper ] AND wEtG MY FlSHING ReALIZe
June A.D. 1963 was duly publish a Notice of them.
such [
election : this' .27th day of September. A. D" ],
from f.471.05..
by the State Superintendent Florida hereby called and directed to be held any one residence 19&3. SCALES f ill d ,
lic Instruction of the State of in THE JASPER district for which a County Board see.
and by the State Board of Education paper of general circulation NEWS a in news said Member is provided for by law. Thelma Lewis I I I I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nicklosonand v CQp
Clerk Circuit Court of Hamilton I
FIRST. Who r
of the State of Florida. and certifiedby Special Tax School shall be the School Robert WE MUST HAVE
District Number son of
the Honorable Thomas D. Bailey.State One in Hamilton- Trustees of said Special Tax School County s THE SCALES
Superintendent of Public Instruction Said Notice shall County.be published Florida" District No. 1 of Hamilton County (SEAL) Alice .Jones D. C. Carolina spent several days last AWUSTEP tSTHg B3STPUCETOTRAPE

of the State of Florida least Florida for the ensuing two years i .
said State once each week for four con : C. A. Avriett week with their parents and grand

Board and Secretary of Education of of the the state of cation secutive thereof weeks with the first publi- andSecond, The number of mills of Jasper. Florida parents Mr. and Mrs. Anson John-
to be October 4, 11 18. 25
not less than district school tax i I
Florida on the 20th day of AugustA. thirty days prior to the date of said collected annually for to be the levied and son. Mr. Nickloson is in the Mar
D. 1963: ensuing -
NOW THEREFORE which this election. This Resolution. of two years for support, and STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP.I ines and has returned to duty --
BE IT RESOLVED Br THE BOARDOF incorporated Notice is a part, may be maintenance'of schools. MANAGEMENT: AND CI .C
In and published as a Section 2. TIOV
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF That said election be
HAMILTON COUNTY' FLORIDA. part of the said Notice which ,said and the same is hereby called to 1. Date of Filing X1S53.
THAT: Notice shall be in substantially the be held on Tuesday the 5th. day of 2. Title of Publication The. LA.I and 132.233. Postal :Manual.

SECTION 1. A special election Is following- formNOTICE : November. A. D.. 1963 between the News. Aver No Copies Single issue neares
hereby ordered and called by the OF SPECIAL ELEC hours of 7 o'clock A. :M. and 3. Frequency of issue: Weekl, lEach issue during To filing date
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TION OF FREEHOLDERS OF 7 o'clock P. :M. 4. Location of known office of Preceding 12 months Low Price $6.95
OF HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS That the polling places shall be the publication: 109 S. W. Fisrt St, Jasper 1110 1110 NIGHT PHONE

to be held in said Special Tax School TRICT NUMBER ONE OF HAM places occupied and used for the Florida. 32052. i 1200 1200 PER CYLINDER
District Number one (1) on the 6th ILTON COUNTY. FLORIDA'TO holding of Primary and General 6. Location of the headquartersorgeneral 75 75
day of November 1963 to determine DETERMINE WHETHER THE Elections in the respective election business offices- of the pub- I 0 -- 0 CASH ON DELIVERY SYcamore 2.3001HOLLOWAY'S
whether the said Board for and on BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION districts where such election shall lishers: Same. ,I a. Total No. Copies Printed
behalf of the said District, shall issue OF "HAMILTON COUNTY be held and that the qualified electors 6. Names and addresses of Publisher b. Paid Circulation
serial bonds in the principal FOR AND ON residing In the said election district Editor and Managing Editor. I 1. To term subscribers by mail
Hundred Thousand BEHALF OF shall be qualified and eligible Robert and Bee Ehlert 700 N. W. Carrier delivery or by other I
amount Dollars. of(If Four 00,000.00) and to bear SAID SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL to vote in the respective districtsof Sixth Ave. Jasper Florida means _..-__..__..______
DISTRICT NO.1 OF HAMILTON their Editor SameManaging 2. Sales through Agents News
rates not in
Interest at a rate or COUNTY.
FLORIDA. SHALL Section 3. That only electors resid Editor Same Dealers, or otherwise.C. .
centum -
six a
excess of ( %) per per ISSUE BONDS
ing within said 7. OWNER. Robert and Bee Free Distribution by mail car-
annum such rate or rates of interest Special Tax School Ehlert .
to be determined upon the par MATURING. SERIALLY District who are qualified electors 700 N. W. Sixth Ave. .Japer Florida rier delivery or by other meansD
FROM JANUARY 1ST 1965. TO entitled to vote in 8. Known bondholders I Total No. of Cope distributed
value of said bonds and to mature elections pertain- >Iortagees
serially) from January lit 1965 to JANUARY 1ST. 1984 INCLUSIVE. ing to Special Tax School Districts and other security holders owning or I i I certify. that the statements made
is hereby given that a holding 1 by me above are ocrrect and copiste. 8
January 1st 1984, both Inclusive. : as defined by and'in accordance with percent or more of Total -
of the special election will be held In the Constitution and Statute Amount of Bond, Mortages or .l
Said bonds shall bear date as Tax of the Ehlert l..J HOLLO WAV
Special School District Robert
First day of .January A. D.. 1964 and Number State of Florida shall be qualifiedand other Securities, NONE

chalk be issued for the purpose of One of Hamilton County Florida, at entitled to vote in said election; 9. Paragraphs 7 and 8 include incases I tI".c----v--.v--v .....----"r..___...,... _... --.-. "- .,.. ... .
financing the costs of acquiring, the several polling places in said that is to say all qualified electors where the stockholder or ..: __...:_ --V V..A---"r.-"r. .:. ....,

building and furnishing a consolidated District where the last general elec- who pay a tax on real or personal! security' holder appears upon the(
Hamilton County High School In tion was held throughout said. dis- property: ; that _the Supervisor of books of the company as trustee or
eluding site improvements at the trict on the 6th day of November Registration of the County of Hamilton In any other fiduciary relation, the i
present Jasper Elementary School |A D.. 1963. In accordance with a state of Florida shall be, andy name of the person or corporation j I
Bite in Jasper. Florida within said resolution passed and adopted b she hereby Is requested to furnish for whom such trustee Is acting NOTICE TO VETERANS
District and shall be in denominations the Board of Public<< Instruction of the Board of Public Instruction of also the statements in the two para.
of One Thousand Dollars Hamilton County. Florida on the Hamilton County Florida a certified graphs show the affiant's, full know- .
(llOOO.O( each. and shall be subject 3rd day of September 1963. to deter list of all electors residing with ledge and belief asto the circum
to call on or after ten years from : mine whether the said Board of' in said Special Tax School District, stances and conditions under which -
the date of issuance and on any Public Instruction of Hamilton County who are qualified electors entitledto stockholders and security holders AND DEPENDENTS .
Interest payment date upon the I Florida. for and on behalf of vote in said election as defined Who do not appear upon the books
terms and conditions as hereinafter said Special Tax School District by and in accordance with the Constitution of the company as trustees hold
set forth and provided by the said Number One shall issue serial bonds and Statute of the Stateof stock and securities in a capacity
Board. The said special election in the principal amount of Four Florida. other than that of a bona fide. owner. The Veterans Service Office will be each
shall be held In accordance withand Hundred Thousand (8400,000.00) Section 4. That the ballot used in Names and addresses of individuals open
under the requirements and in compliance Dollars to finance the cost of acquiring said election shall be substantially who are stockholders of a corpOra..

with the terms of Section 17, building and furnishing a in the following form: tion whclh itself is a stockholder or Afternoon during the week Thrusday and
XII of the Florida ConstituArticle consolidated Hamilton County High Special Tax School District Election holder of bonds mor-tage or other except ,
School Including site improvement"at'present For Hamilton County. Florida securities of the publishing corpora '
tion.SECTION :. Upon completion of Jasper Elementary School -<* Held November bibs 1963* tion have been included t in Paragraphs Saturday Court Hours. :
the project in the prior Resolutionof sit# in .Jasper. Florida and within f. Ballot for election of Trustees: i of such 7 and 8 rwben thet interests Morning, Regular House f.
the said Board and this Resolu- said District. Said bonds shall be Instruction!: to Voters: i to individuals are equivalent
tion any proceeds from the sale of dated on the 1st day January.; A Indicate your choice by marking 1 percent or more of the total
said bonds which remain unused and D.. 1964. and shall bear interest X after the name of the the amount of the* stock or securities of KENNETH DANIELS
unexpended in such project shall be from the date thereof until paid at a person or persons of your publishing corporation.
applied to any other exclusive uleof rate not to exceed six per centssemiannual m choice for the position of 10. This item must be completed
the public schools within the said per annum and payable trustee or by' writing the for all publications except those. County Service Officer
School District as shall be deemed ly on the 1st day of .January and name of the person or persons which than do not carry advertising other
reasonable and proper by the said the lat day of .July respectively of of your choice for the positionand i the publisher's own and which

Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton each year and shall be !In the denomination marking "an "X" thereafter. are named in.sections.13.2n, 13Z.232 .vv.-.?..",. ----_-.;. .- ..1"-- ..4'.V..1"....:- .,:a"- VA----"VltT..'A".f..7..v ----' .
County Florida and as maybe of One Thousand (fl..> .
-----..-. ---------------------------... --..---.-. --- - ..
recommended In the current Dollars' each and said bonds shall be Vote for three persons: for ------- --------------___________ ...-_-. -_-_;- ."-,. ... ;:.-..:... .....:".. !:'"_-..-..:-.-.. .",._,.,;-.-. _-_- --..
school plant survey report of Hamilton callable beginning not later than ten Trustees, of the District:
County Florida or any proceeds years from the date of issuance
which remain shall b. applied upon terms to be prescribed by the
against any outstanding principaland ald Board of Public Instruction of
Interest which remain of the Hamilton County, Florida. and shall
said bond.. (mature serially on the let day_ !f OPEN SOON Completely
SECTION 3. The Registration .January 1965 to the 1st day or January
Books of said Special Election shall I 1984, both Inclusive. 2. Ballot for school tax district
remain open for the registration of All duly qualified electors of said! millage levy:
qualified electors who are freehold.1 Special Tax School District Number Instruction to Voters: Indicate
ers residing In said One of Hamilton County. Florida by marking, an "X" in the
office of the Supervisor of Reglstra.1 who are freeholders and who space after line one whether
tion of Hamilton County have registered not later than thirty you favor the proposed millage
Jasper Florida between the hours I days previous to said election shallbe levy which ig necessary for Furnished Model HomeAs
of Nine o'clock (9:00) A-il. and five qualified and entitled to vote on the approved school term. If

o'clock (5:00) P.M. Sunday excepted. the question of the Issuance of said you favor a different millage
through the 6th day of October 1963. bonds: levy, write the levy you favor
SECTION 4. The special election Harry T, ReidSuperintendent after line two
hereby called and ordered shall be of Public 1. Estimated millage levy re
held on the 6th day of November. Instruction of Hamilton quired for regular term: Pictured Below At '
AJD. 1963. and shall be held and conducted County Florida. Ten (10) Mills 4
at the polling places: In the SECTION 10. The Supervisor! of 2. Other Millage Levy: '
several election districts and precincts Registration of Hamilton County.Florida .
where the regular elections is hereby authorized and di.rected Section 5. That notice of said INGSBERRYEstates
of said County are held and where to make up and certify a list of election shall be given by publics Lynn Lake : I{
the last General Election of said t tall qualified registered electors residing tion once a week for four successive -
District was held throughout the In'said District who are freehol- weeks prior to the date fixed ,
District,, In the event the polling ders and qualified and entitled to therefor in The Jasper ,News a
places hereby designated be not vote in said Special Bond Election. A newspaper published in Hamilton
available for use for such special certified copy of such list shall be County', Florida and of general cir '
election from any cause on the date furnished to the Inspectors and culation throughout said Hamilton HOMES
fixed for said election 'the said clerks of the election. at each place County. -

Board of Public Instruction of Ha- where the votes are to be cast at NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE IS .
5e milton County, Florida does hereby. said election sad a certified copy of HEREBY GIVEN that under and
reserve the right to forthwith fix such list shall be filed and preserved by virtue of and in accordance
and 'designate another and differ among the records of the said Board with the foregoing resolutions an MODEL HOME\ NOWOVER
eDt -polling place or places: within of Public Instruction of Hamilton election will be held on Tuesday, 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM

said District for such purpose. Countr. Florida. the 6th day of November. A.D. 1963,,
SECTION 5. That It appearing SECTION 11 This' Resolution hall !between the hours of 7 o'clock AM.: NEARING COMPLETION
that a Special State Election and be' published .in full by the Superintendent and 7 o'clock P.M: within said Spe Home Ownership Is Very Simple
of Public Instruction of Ham School District
the election to be held by the Board No. 1. to b4
of Public Instruction ilton County. Florida. once each conducted by election inspectors and PRIZES
for the elec- AWARDED ON OPENING !
tion of Trustees of said Special District week for four (4) consecutive: weeksin >clerks to be named for the purpose DAYWhen Handled by Experienced

Is to be held on the same date the JASPER NEWS a newspaperof of Trustees determining of who shall be School Pictured is model D-90-2BI() 1 I. a typical example of
as this Election hereby called general circulation in said Special said Special Tax Schoo]
It Is
ordered that the said Inspectors and Tax School District Number On of District and to determine the nnm Lynn Lake Estates. People!
Clerks of election of said Special Hamilton County Florida, the first 1 bet of mills of district school tax tc _
State Election publication thereof shall be not lest bft levied and collected
and said annual!
Special Dist ;
rict Election shall also act as the than thirty (30) days prior to the within said Special Tax School Dist TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.
for the
aid election This Resolution shall ensuing two -,4
Inspectors and Clerks of the bond years foi a'
election hereby called and that the be published as a part of the Notice support and maintenance of schools: ,s' tii r ;
same be held under the terms of of said Special bond election: as authorized Done at Jasper Florida on thii ____
law and la compliance with Statutes by Section 236.38 and 236.39of the 3rd day of September. AJ>. 1963, WILL BUILD

applicable thereto and the Statutes the Florida Statutes. The Board of Public In I q
applicable to SECTION 1%. After the paid special traction ef Hamilton -
Bond Election and holding that they of make such bond election has been held and the County Florida Jj_ : : 3-bedroonr or 1% bath

their returns of the results of said results thereof determined and it has By: Clyde Hunter
election been determined that a majority of Chairman
SECTION as provided 6. The by polling law. places the qualified Electors who are freeholder Attest: Harry T. Reid. BRICK HOMEON
C shall be at have voted in favor' of the Superintendent of Public
open the
issuance of the bond to be issued for Hamilton
ing places on the date of the said special County Florida ..
under the terms ef this Resolutionand
clock election&.11'. until from Seven Seven(7:00)(7:00)o'clock o' it has been determined that the Sept. 27. Oct. 4. 11. 18 YOUR LOT

p-m OB said date Only duly qualified, aid bonds shall be issued th"the J
said Board of Public Instruction of !I
electors in said District who Hamilton TN THE COUNTY .TcDoE"S V.A. -' No Down Payment
County. issue '
are freeholders will be Florida COURT Dl AND
permitted to FoR -r
its further I- -
vote la said special District bond for the issuance Resolution of said bonds providing and 1T: COUNTY. FLORIDA -- ---- _- F.H.A.14Gnimnm Down,
election -
; provided, however thatany providing for the conditions Vt RE EstateRoe Small
qualified elector'resMHng In the terms : of ( Closing Cost)
and the
mechanic of the TROT M.
vote District in said-wbo bond is a election freeholder*upon complying may issuance sale and proper..ftd legalhandling To NOTICE VAVGHX.TO CREDITORS Deeeneed 0 Other Type Financing Available
of All
such Issue ef bonds and Creditors 'and
With the AH
provisions and requirement Persons
of sub-section '(d) of Section such other >matters in connection Hring Claims er Demands Against
100.241 of the Florida Statute therewith as may be' necessary. re Said Estate: Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramore
SECTION levant and adviseable to such issue You. sad each: of
7. The form of the you are feereb I
ballot to be. used at said special of bonds, and not Inconsistent! with notified and required to present any For Information See .
the law and the provisions of this; claims and demands ,
bond election: which have 20
shall be in substantially Resolution. either of yen ot r over years combined experience in the coa-
you. have
the following form
against the
: SECTION 13. All resolutions orders estate of Troy M Vaughn EDDIE McGfflN atruction and
SPECIAL OFFICIAL TAX SCHOOL'BALLOT DISTRICT and directives la conflict with late of Hamilton County Florida deceased to,. ; 5 financing of homes.

NUMBER this resolution be and the same are the Honorable John H. McCormick
FLORIDA. here cancelled.and re County Judge of Hamilton County. 792-0631 Mr.TOWNSEND
November 6th. 19CJ and this resolution. shall take and file the same in his. office In the i HOMES CORP.
Shall the Board :of Public }g. effect Immediately upon its passageaad County Courthouse Hamilton LYNN LAKE ESTATES ia being developed by

traction >of Hamilton county "- adoption by the said Board.nze.'abo"t'e"and months ty. Florida, within six calendar Eddie M ch" in coaj'" ctioe with Townaead
from "
Florida. for and behalf -foiegotuy Resolution the date of the first '
o of Builders of
Special ,Tax School District was duly aaA regularly acted publication hereof. Said claims er Homes wit have I Kingsberry Homes
iNumber upon and pa.aae.4.&a11 adoete at the demands to contain the legal address Corp. Every one or ]
of ma
one Ceentylssne'serial regular meeting the saM Board of the claimant and to be sworn to three P. 0 Eo x. JASPER .
mount bonds of Four in the haafire.)Mnospal a* of Public Instruction of.'"BsailTtoii and presented as aforesaid, or pm.September bedrooms with many optional features. All Will .
Thousand wfil be barred. I
Dollars County Florida bad and heM at tfee be brick .
bearing interest at regular time and place of holding 13. 1961 veneer- ARLJE TOWNSEND. Owner
a rate not to exceed six per its aeettege/ ,Ne- office OC the C. A. Avrtett. Curator 'of VISIT LYNN LAKE ESTATES MOW AND LICK
-centum per annum maturing Superintendent-of PaMte Instruction the Estate of Troy M. GENE PARAMORE Sales
from January let, 1965 t* January of VauaTha, Manager
Ceonty. Florida, OB this red. YOUR PLANS AND LOT WHfl-E THE SELECTION
1st 44.and' both tBcloctve.callable Ute Ml day ef September.A. D.. lf+68 Sept; 29. tt. Oct 4. 11 Cal EDDS: McGHIN

'from date en-of issuance after ten upon years the at Jasper, Hamilton County Florida IS STILL GOOD! I 792-SS31
aDd the members voUag for the
r terms prescribed by tke14 IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT

adoption were as follows: HAMILTON" COUNTY.-- iIIUII- JY------- .3":. _-_ -..:- _, ---D.J".A- v.J.. -il.JJiWJO.A.3"J1"$ -AA A'1.-J--y---.7---_-_;-


I -

.. : -' '

fte: .e r.l -

.. t.
c' ; ,
,. "
.... .
{ .--. .'::f-..,',"",...- ..,. .1''' : '-,:'. .,.'" :..',< -
'" .-. '
; '

OO S ii aveore !I- i

1. ..-....'.. -"', .* .

w 1od !

cti I r

.,4a4., -
wt i$'
P r
3e j z yqS.F

&WHITE .."i aFi : t '
4. 0. i
JASPER,FLORIDA ... Sp %M 1 47C ,

e Prices Good Oct 3 Thru7th ,
#tY IJj
csif 'P b
Quantity Rights Reserved
e .
RED & WHITE does three things to make: your food dollars .BUTT_, ., S3C
i go further: We select] quality meats from the nations leading packers -. ., HALF ............ _
and trim them before weighing and pricing we offer fresh farm -
e crisp produce, budget priced to save you money'. and we feature LEAN MEATY ,
S famous top quality, but low priced RED & WHITE Brand foods

e that are guaranteed to please you,or your money will be refunded. SPARE, ,_ RIBS


th.th14m4 os MAYONNAISE ''. .: ,,yPw' < ar ,Y:. 25CHRKK WITH ENVELOPES ARMOUR ACON STAR SLICED 49Cc 29 :

A$2.5 (
$100 Ib.

nay .
plooc'th MAYONNAISE t with coupon from special packages of .' U.S. GOOD

ti J., QUART. .BACON 79c V
4 .0 : .. ROUND; TEAK


'(1131 1af Ua t SALMONfll. TIDE C_: w',:"... _-- .

: :

r 394\V\ ....__ Potatoes
; I\ 5 9c _

1F DELSEY 8 rolls -.

TOILET Qc Giant Size .:.3-.1 i. 2 5; C
t V V
TISSUE. V .. -
te; 1<., With $5 or more Food Order -

--- -
C GOLDEN YELLOW V..v t7/1 y. i..
t) M I LK 59 SALVO 69

t; ROBIN HOOD. 10 1bs.I I a-
RED & WHITE 25 ft
FLOUR 99 Ib.

FOIL..29c .
'--' --- --
.F i =- ",Y' : ::



SUGAR49b i. ; C- F ", SP AM

1tL -'.. .
: :
VELDAS'" /' 't ':8

i Ice Prl1am' )
c '
W BISCUITS : ': 12 oz can j

lIb. 49c l lb. ,2:9c ViiL!s HJIf sac -
r an --------- Bag --__ : _4 fOl" 35c, _. : f1 wF
\ :;:,




4_ __ _
__.. _.' ___ ,_ 'V _



[Ricky Howell Ronald Keeling Ji of[ this get together was at the Air jJ'Baikalarea in Siberia, and the area ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF
Jennings '
High 'Jim -DeVane: .Eddie Wynn home,of Sharon HoweH.Ewryone t Conditioning.. around Zaporozhye. UkraI ia. LETTER MR .CLAPP TOOKU.

School News i Charles Rum/on. We are :had fun even though I On Inspection trips included a collective S. S. R.

!proud of our.team. They work' and1J:It: rained..'There was much merri- 3 creasWorida and a state farm, several large i "To my Soviet Hosts: I take t

play' together so wett Their J ment when'the crowd gpt together. industries and he participated! in I means of expressing my pleasat !
JENNINGS TRIUMPHS OVER- ,"work is outstanding. ,Coach I Coach "and Mrs. OWen' Hinton and Power Corporation had ,discussions witH various agri.cult-I meeting you and being in yt

CARABZLUE: Secon'd Win Hirton,.assisted! by Coaches Billy'Coach and Mrs. ,Billy Blair ,were I a record-breaking month in August ural, industrial and counI I country. It is most interestinghave
With the rain and mud it was 'a'(!Blair andBuddy Bunrham. .1,ehaperones for the party.; 1-* f 1 1I 1963. W. B. Sheric vice 'president cil. aH with emphasis on the use this opportunHoy to obse
night tot defense and that' is what in charge of sales announced to-
The girls served punch and aflj, of electricity. The saw new
PANTHERS, TO PLAY fQ&'UTS"I | ; group the progress being made in the
the Jennings Panthers'had't offer'in The Jennings Panthers will clash J kinds of'gt>od'ies. t j I ]day." '< For the first time!* he said, power plants (including the largest vetopment of your electric pov

a 2-0 victory over the Carrabelle with"' the Maya Hornets next Friday :.Whear that two more: partiesare our company, one of the few,steam. plant in the UJ5.S.R., Prid- systems.
Mullets. 2 |
I electric utilities in the nation with -
at The boys arework I' planned for the gang. IS I I I installation of high 1
The Panthers gained the points night Mayo. J JMiSs' ''a winter peak sold more kilowatt- neprost; "Florida, the state where 11:
,ing hard.so.that they will be ready [[voltage transmission lines, hydro(lis the fastest growing large st
!hours in
than in
they needed for their second win in Ruth DeVane was home a summer month '
for fa hard battle. With Your HomeDemonstration Ian plants, design organizations and the U. S. A. The electirc dem
[i Ilin
in ; % of the winter
as many starts the third periodon .t t f from Birdwood College, Thomas- | y preceeding moni -
research institutes. The
I, group Florida, as hi your country
a safety. i ville, ,Georgia this weekend She ths. 1 j I Iin
found that atomic power plant conStruction J increasing very rapidly. Since 1
Carrabelle was punting from its especially to see her niece Shenk I
.Deedee IevaCelebrates: .i{came I continued: "Kilowatt-hour In, the U.S.S.R. to concentrate -
.- ." | the demand on the company v
own 15. The Carrabelle"punter DeVane. ";< .
i iBlrt is MissXeMay : : sales reached 354. 56,948, compar- of their
\C1t development '
YOn on which I am associated has
t41 l chased the ball into the end zone : ; }ed to in of this '
I Ii 353,723,626 January
Alderman ,
FridayJanet, spentthe' and
I potential on
and there to greet him and bring- ; Miss Charlene Bates ,who teaches ,hydroelectric creased over one thousand perct
: This sales record made
him down for a safety were Jens: night! ,with bee dee. They had In "Palatka, was home over the' by Wylma B. White was building conventional steam elect- We serve 315,000 customers in
jwith 14,000 fewer customers than
nings LaVbn Burnham CurtiS Wetticrington :imucb fun togeb5r. :weekend CARE OF AUTOMATIC ric plants. area famous -as a winter res
had in ofI
and Jimmy Murphy ':I On-. Sunday .Deedee her family 1 I Ita"r BLANKETS We January) at bight J The investor-owned utility executives We also serve a considerable w
I the winter-resident
fVgrand:pop-nPafford went>tol I Chudr'Butler has returned from. Electricity has been added to tourist season. attended a meeting with her of industries, and most of
The Panthers showed much defensive our Our customers count
normally dips
Gainesville to see Uncle Freddy I Canada. Group citrus consumed in the U. S.
the Soviet Central Planning
covering, and
strength. In the first period now over.this way; in the summer months ,
r tA\mt"pe.ggy. There was a beau I : electric raised in Florida. Veget
12 million American for discussions on powerdevelopment
Carrabelle recoverd a fumol&l&t''tt!fu1cike'birthday for Daedee..The 1[ Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Pennington ,using automatic blankets.families are 'an dclimbs again to new high levels & visited with peoplt lis forestry, and cattle ra
six line. The
the Jennings yard
from Tampa I every winter. Although our win-
whole her and family were up
group enjoyed birthday. the U.S.S.R. National are also principal agriculn
'i When used with reasonable
Mullets tried four times but could care
% glad ter peak continues to grow as rapid-
last weeSfenv Everyone was
On Monday Deedee, had abeauti-
of the World FOwei pursuits.
closer than the three,( and laundered according to insturc- Committee
get no
ly as this
Pennington is our summer peak, new
ful she shared to seetiMrkMrg
cake with
: tions, an automatic blanket will' Conference. They toured electrical I "The State of Florida has
gIn the final call Jennings hid am her class at scraol so it looks as workingTp feU j' :August sales record is evidlence of ,
Tar..w .- 'give many years of satisfactoryservice '' and participated in discussions oni sites for possible hydro genera;
bitions to pad its lead. ,. I t, ; if Deedee had a continuous I
biJ'tht be that maintenance ad personal plants and have neatfuel
The t sure you care for i we no
offense o fthe Panthers was Mrs mta Thomas and MrsWesley iconditionine bv our customers- -
going ;they were dealing with a i thMr *. McDonald spent last week your blankets properly. Here are!I FLORIDA. POWER OFFICIAL ,mg source. Natural gas is pr
first down at the Carrabelle 13 i; and'Mr;j3/fc: McCalland' end in Miami visiting relatives. :.some suggestions for care of;:your VISITS RUSSIA. I app carried witih him a folder{twelve hundred miles away '
; [blanket:. I I with of his' balance of our fuel requirem!
pictures company'sPaul
when time .s *
Miss Myrtle Jennings attended 1 W. J.CXapp, president of Florida-
I Turn your automatic blanket off L. Bartow Plant, an aerial are met with oil that is brought
Coach Hinton and the gang were the Florida-Mississippi game down I zBuy an annual from the Seniors Power Corporation, St. Petersburg,
very happv over a two point victory :Gainesville; Saturday They were' .*"" *.y.fSENIOR. immediately v upon getting out of.has returned from a visit to the view of St. Petersburg, and a map from Texas by water transp
bet. I 1'I the location of Florida and Our power plants and those of accent
The whole line played a grand"'m t by"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Han- TSEJF& 'Soviet Union in connection with showing
I I Refrain from tucking wired with relation to the electric companies
7TaAi St. Petersburg
defensive baUgame. f working on careers the State cultural
Special mention Department's
cock an dfamily. They had a between the !! interconnected 110.000
areas mattress and by
entire U.s.A., along a personal
should be made of Don Tyree picnic lunch which Mrs. Hancock an dthey are having reports each I and technical exchange program.He :
football or Jamming against a wall'I letter which he had had translatedand 230,000 volt transmission lines.tt ,
and,Robert Keeling for their fine had fixed for the group. Mr. Jody dayl They are getting ready for ,went to Moscow July 29 as one
work on.the line. I and family went down in new 'career day which will be very soon,I]| Launder blankets with mild,!of a group of eight executives representing -',; printed and printed in Russian. began working: for Fpt
The other members of the team Oldsmobile a .It will be in Live Oak. j jI lukewarm suds and keep a short the investor-owened He gave the folder to citizens of the Power Corporation: immerialely
are: Jim and Horace Bates Version . I Ii I" The Seniors ajre going to have a washing cycle. electric utility industry in the U.S. U.S.s.R. he met and talked with. after graduating from engineer;

Creech, James Deas, Avon i CHEERLEADERS: FETE FOOTBALL play this, year J The name of it Is.I I I Lined -y away from direct sunlight This was the third visit to the U. S. (The English translation of the,college. I have been employed

and Wayne Frier, Junion Griffin SQUAB |i "HessfeoflfieHUr'thiswiubeinNovember. ; Hang the blanket 'smoothly S. R. of this nature sponsored by letter Is attached: ). This letter was[,various engineering, sales and

Tommy Newsome, Robert Hender I An informal rv rty was eiven by 'land' lengthwise: over the line. the State Department. A group of translated into Russian and typedin ministrative positions for the r
son Delmer Smith Jeff Burnette cheerleaders: last Saturday night MAGAZINTSALES END I When the blanket is throughly I Soviet electric utility representatives Russian on a special typewriter thirty-nine years.and' have I b

Glen Heradon; Woody_. HerringCLASSIFIED for the football' squad. The scene The Junior il and Senior classes dry fluff the nap with a short the counterpart of the i equipped with the Russian alphabetby prisident since 1951.
treasure chests are bursting sides brush. American group, will visit theU.SJV. Professor Daniel A. Zaret of My home is in the City of
I I because ,&f-) :>'their earnings Both( Never dry-clean an automatic later this year. '.Florida Presbyterian College. St.'Petersburg: wt chas co-foun'

ADS syoups did well on their sales.jblanketThe insulating materials Clapp visited the area aroundMoscow Petersburg. Clapp reports that it by Petrovitch A Demnscheff \
-- -- -. -- -,_ !,whIch cover the wiring may disin- .named after the town he
Sharon Howell was Senior Captain : and Leningrad, the Lake i was an enormous hit with his
LOST DOG I USED TYPEWRITER $40. Recently and Linda Fay Selph was Junior,tergrate on contact with cleaning .Russian hosts; they are especially born in Russia."It .
Black and Tan .female dog: about reconditioned-an in good Captain. solvents. appreciative that someone had is nice to meet you. ar

4 years old..Named,,Queen.. Identification I I working order. The Jasper NewsMAN ., . I I' Avoid piercing the blanket with I money that can be spent and 'remind -'gone to the trouble to put such a hope the day will come when
tag. E. B. Jordan, White FILM Si1 owr.TO SCHOOL. {pins or other sharp objects that her that it must cover curt message in their own language. visiting back and forth will tx

Storings, Fla. Liberal reward WANTED to manage and- The film *'I'19m a Doctor" was might damage the electrical insul- ains rugs, and accessories and|As a result Mr. Clapp became pleasent everyday occurrence.

offered. O 18 P operate a retail Watkins Route in .shown taWhole student: body'ation. other items she decides on. Give.known to the Russians as "St Peter "Petrovitch A. Demencheff cato .

FARMS WANTED YOU 1 this area.. Earnings of $125.00 per ,Iast Friday: ,It was a wonderful If these suggestions are followed, her a free hand in making inexpensive -t sburg", rather than Mr. Clapp. Americe in 1880, and In the r
IF week from the very beginning. .' I your automatic blanket will give purchases. Even if she makes I I thirty-nine organized oneFlorida's
would like picture ./ I I Clapp also carried a folder of years
to sell your: :farm, Write Mr. 'J, ... long and satisfactory service.
McGarity, P, O. Box you i some poor choices, she'll learn color pictures with Russian capt-.I first railroads sta
see us. We have calls :for:farms 627 Williston NINTH GRADE NEWS START NOW TO TEACH YOUR j
Florida O4 from them. two lumber mills, operated a strI
{tions:, picturing his family, grand-
week. I [
every -W. L. Bryan Reg. President Frankie Johnson ap I l
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS -. pointed two' committees this week The next phase of your study j children, home, office, various Flo-I laundry, and became a very pr
course might expand to include.ndafacilities Power and inent figure in the citrus busir
Corporation: plants
2-2985 SY 2-6331 i Best :.
or of coriditfon.Pric: : one to work on a program for P. T. INGMany
I ed to sell. young homemakers lack the whole house. When she is readylet [ and a series of picturesof He named St. Petersburg after
Mannings Radio.
Service. A; the other to select several
FOR SAL:. .HOUSE In Jasper. Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc:: for the class to use to earn I confidence in their ability to plan her help you with the decisions a typical company lineman, his j l city he loved best in Russia. ,

$3500. Others priced higher. See :=f 'and furnish their homes. and they about decorating and purchasing, family, home, boat, and details of
Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan, Reg. I., FRIER MUSIC COMPANY' money. 5LIBRARY [Often lack confidence because for-the rest of the home. By shop-I'this, income and benefits hard to I Sweet Sale!

Real Estate Brokers, Jasper. tfc Oak Florida for all;your NEWS I their training includes very little ping with you she'll learn how to'believe. He took every opportunity I II
musical needs from organs and has l{preparation for their important I look for values, how to compare to show these pictures to his Russ-I GUESS WHAT! .SWEET 811
Pearman 1
Miss: Barbara
REPAIRS-We repair an types pianos to records and record players point tier librarians. They are ap- future jobs. Viand which brand nemes to dependon. ian hosts at dinners and elsewhere.The l, Yes, the Senior High Girls I

pliances. Mannings Radio Service. I tic Luid .uButler Angela fleas Bar-I You can begin teaching your trip was organized under the dub is having a Sweet Sale 1
Jasper. 792-442L tic daughter the 'household. arts' at an,I If instill in ,I Saturday. Hurry!! Hurry'
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ,bara fendersor, Gleert Herndon, r you can your daugh- direction of The U.S. State Department I
'-1 t t Sale. Good condition. $40 and Deborah Nichols and Nora NicholsSo early age. jter the feeling of creativity in d ec- I by the Committee on Techni',your sweets now: Fudge, Ca

$50. Mannings Radio. Repair, Jasper i,Jyou need help these people 4 A mother-daughter study course: orating; she will find satisfaction in Ical Exchange for Overseas Visitors Cookies ,and other famous swc

FARMERS .- .P hone, 792-442U._ tie areeady. '. Ii in interior decorating /would not j[.self; expression, and in'production of Edison Electric Institute. In In front of Wise's Drug Store
-"'!""+- A '_ There are some neW books in,only, be fun for both of you but o fa beautiful environment which addition to Clapp, the group included ginning at 9:30 on Saturday

MONEY for your farm operations FOR' SALE: -, Lot on Suwanne the library. The bulletin board isalways I would also produce a more relaxed win bring increased happiness for president of eight other power I fth. -Reporter, Terry Bonne:

at reasonable cost. Terms River at Saw nnee. Springs. Reasonable -. attractive. .and_confident bride someday. ,her own family. companies across the U. S.AAAAAAAAAAAWft. 1 I
to fit your needs. Loans to ;lnqure' ; I, The best teaching tool is her own I ,, .
up i Robert Ehlert, Real.t "" .:".. -----.V'. :" v .6' ......""- """ ".1'--.Ij
7 : room, not - - ------------------------- -- -
years. Can North Florida Production Estate Broker: 792-6331 tlc: *. ., so why begin your course \
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave i ". ,',. k -.... ..there? When she becomes a teen- -.j
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 :GOOD'USmInstalled: for !. : ": i.. I lager, let her "do' her room. Together
100.00:: 'and.Up. Mannings Radio : figure out the amount of SHOP FROM
( :
Service..',,.792-.f--_4421, Jasper: "" _, tf "';::;; < '::, : ,.. '

: .
We will give a FREE Lube Job HousefuU-of: :good used_ furniture ''THE' JASPER NEWS : l lI
with including few pieces of Antiques.: :
each oil change-for 'a I l 111k4 Courteous Salesladies
limited time only! ;Buy. any or all.Noomi .
Brown .
..Delco Firestone Batteriesat TIres Gen. Del, :FOR SALE '" P VE To Serve You

,- competitive prices! I Ft: White, Fla. OUc I ../; I I

FRED TAYLOR'S FOR SALE IN JASPER-Five lots Home and store building "What is We Produce and Process

TEXACO STATION I and two houses In good neighborhoods Jasper Fla. Home extra I not conservatism? It is !
Jasper adherence to the old Milk direct fron
Telephone 7922903 and! I j' our own
.r"'Only.,15,000. Call Robert close in on half block In tried against the new and un- I '
Ehlert, 792 331, or W. L. Bryan, tried '"
? . Lincoln. FARM STORES our own farms I
Georgia Plate Glass Co. 792-2985.Reg. Real; Estate Brokers. rear of stores. Store build- Adherence to conservatism

A Store Fronts ing best Jocation across these days is a shade less
.Mirrors Besllvered 12-ft. Fiberglass Fishing boat, from Post Office, always mon than in Lincoln's day for MILK A FULL DAYS!FRESHER
Enclosures the
Showers used only 4 hours. reason that changes
215 W. Savannah Ave. Boat, car top traffic and good locationfor thick come
CH25285VALDOSTA carrier, and 2,paddles only $125. : and fast and horizons ex- .
business good
Carroll JohnsonJasper;; 5th. St. :any pand with alarming suddeness.

FARM: FOR SALE S. W., 'P. O. Box: 683. lip price and terms if desired In short, there is much less of :
r the old and tried available to I G&L Jug
.120 Acres, LO1 tobacco '
allotment '
'fQ-B .B' GeWing saddle horse. Write. : potential followers of a conservative
good tobacco bam and out build a) :y&y iei\tJ .- $12s :; MILK 90q
ings, Two good dwelling houses cash. See Lee leaning. Time just doesn't I Homogenized
good water .several miTes of new rompkins Rt 3 'Jasper tfc seem to allow the necessary ;
period of leisurely, unhurried Incubation
fence. $150.00 Naomi per acre. FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished ..*(.Box'323Jasper: 'necessary to bring-
Johns Brown apartment, with kitchen and
thoughts and
:Florida concepts to polished

.Gen.DeL Ft.: White; Fla Ollc Annie jath. Rhoden.Private entrance. See Mrs.Itp .'" -r; ,". However and proven, yon can stature.save a considerable armFresh For Natural Flavor In Glass i

amount of time on washdays -
- --
I U you cultivate tile habitof
using'the self-service facttl-

: No-wOpen ties at JASPER LAUNDRY & GOLDEN in glass

CLEANERS. While your wash- MILK ABc

ing those Is taking minutes care count of itself by 5qUeeZ-1 make GUERNSEY % Gal. _. !

.' ing in a little quick

McGAULETS li.d :: .:. in the area. i irC POWER, PACKED WITH PROTEIN

'FIS II:.. .' : 'R JcMA'REI.fl':r- : : cf ltm ,ICE MILK Gal 79cl

:... : : TCTAIJO !
: TO taRtvEtDO
Iti .th
< 1 : !
; .
"Eft !
'.. In Your Favorite Flavors Available in Half Gals.

Located $jorme,.iGuesJMiOOsfiii} i .

.. .... a


So good for after school for the
A : FRUITS AND "VEGETABLES :e the Golden Butter Flakes .. children in glace.2 .


MoneySaving Opening>> cis In gal.glass '32C .;% JtaL- 46c I

.. 'It,

+ : ALL FISHDRESSEDFREE STORE* 'HOURS! : 8:00 turn to 8:00 p.m 7 Days., per week \tl '_

CURSSEkvfcE56 <,.-'llt. : Wl s' &SQKS [REMEMBER: to shop for dairy anjice( cream*'products at your nearest Suwan

.. .oI .BUYJPECA. { ."' ........ see Valley Dairies Farm 5tore-for freshness, flavor, and low prices! '

*% eb i :

...H.L: McGaidey Fish Market COMPUTE AUTO SERVICE NOTICED EFFECTIVE ocr'OEIL FIRST, New Store Hours 8 a.Ba.-7 p.m.

.. .'.'.,V As ., t/. .cirJ.AJJ.r.AIi.J..VPAT.T.flffj". ..P'J.VAA..V-......_::::....-_.. _..rr:.. 1 1tT.



r = -- -- -
: .: :.

/ : : ',

'- ., :. .: ..'. '.-i .. .

Octoben 4, 1963 : : _,_ ': .:": :,f' THE JASEER NE.WS. JASPER. FLORIDA: J' rl i-, : I ,: : PAGE NINE

; : : JASPER FUTURE BUSINESSLEADERS JPEHM310GESSING' >PLANTITO ,,which would want.to use'the processing est of these is the Suwaanee..and

: 1k11! : .1a5ptr'j\t1tr\ .. ORGANIZE. ," facility. .1. .,' %. '. improved .Elberta. Plantjp n'. these+
t > o\ "'''r
'On Friday 27 the '
September- "
: .' BEm r'{r TFfICELit') ; .A'Shed type building 60 by ISO1 varietits, all.coming in at differ
f. A published 1=:very'.nid h y', : ; Future Business Leaders' of America : "... .:' feet will be tp7r'With.'a concrete .:(ent times extends the ,harvest
! '.. .: Jasper*'High School Chapter '. .. .
FloridaSubscriptions' '
Second' Class Postage; Paid at :Jasper; haxLtheir first meeting.. The meeting to i i- jble and said they anft ip3Jfedoiri :floor and stns are 1 eonIst"tt ,'time.qvet about a six weeks.pen,
" in Advance It.nvtrrr:'S. lit ** ** e pasture iqd-A minimum of 43 workers will
: trictTy. *started off by our sponsor Mr. cello l y'eRS;' *, .grt(1i. ofellerson trouble at aOrin raising therekiired '
!00 in. Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County' Mitchell; telling us the purpose of 'CountjT-men have formeci.a corporation money. .'j':. Just.east' Of' the MonticelkrLivestock be needed to operate the plant*':; '-'
Market. This location Peaches are a new to Jefferson
_ Cards of Thanks ... . $1.00 Minimum this organization., We then elected to construct a peach pro- Hawkins and Thompson are, at it' at the south edge of the city County: and the crop first peach
our officers. They are:
in Monticello. There present the largest
Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 'esident-DonneU Register cessing plant peach"growers limits. The shed wM cover the harvest was by Mr. Hawkins last
are now 297 acres of peaches planter -j Jin the county. There are now several
and Mrs. Robert Editors and Publishers vice-President-Matt Marable : necessary grading belts and bins spring. He said that his crop was
r. Ehlert. Sec..Treasurer-Ruth Greene in the county according to the ,' growers with a total of 297 acres and the 45-foot pre-cooler! through nothing to brag about but that
Part of the article is reprinted and the plant will'be"esignedrto "\
Reporter- Kelley paper. : which the fruit cal run before he was not suppose to have bad
Peter' said. unto them: Repent befcw. I i, take care of the crop from an
ye packing. 'f' a crop at all this from his
Later we discussed some of the ( year
[1 Exposition and I be immersed into remissionof For the several Ed I acreage not considerably larger
various projects that we would like past years ] Three varieties ;.of peaches are young trees. Growing conditions:
your sins'. to undertake throughout the year. Meadows has attempted to interest';than this. However the.men.explained /being planted developed for Florida here seem to be ideal and all of

Arts 2:38: 4. Modern speech' : 'Repent, replied One of these is to visit some of the Hamilton County farmers in planting that the plant could' be easilyexpa.rded growers by the state expert=, the'growers are enthused over theprospects.

Apostle Paul speaking Peter and be baptized-with a viewto business areas in our community. peaches, and was ready to f -- with---expanding--- acreage ment_station. in Qcrincy.::'The new ._
-- ---- --- -- -
remission - -
|igh inspiration said inl Thess: I' the of your sins' This is the firsfyear we've ever invest his own money In land trees -- ---------

;."Prove all things; hold fast 5. Modem English: 'Change your had an F.BJA. in our school and and a processing plant here. He
I minds and be baptized-for the '
which. is good." As we strive'e we hope to make it a success. ',was unsuccessful however and NOTICE TO. FARMERS:
of sins'
.&Bthings, wejnust.y] >tonxTot .,6.forgivness: Twentieth"Century your : :'Repent% ''answered -' ..: 4the ...:.. ..: "' !:;'" : .......up jto now there are;.only.about' 30 g i. I J ...:; r.', ': -. "" ---.r f'a ""
acres 'report= ,
all dfvinVwIsdom the of peaches here. He
Peter, and be baptizexfforthe .: membership at least ed to the News that his chief ob- .
of God when dealing with once every
forgivness of
things which pertain to life your w!ek or so.. stackles were failure to arouse enthusiasm BUY
7. Anderson and be Immersed WE CORN
: 'Repent l '
godliness n: Peter 1:3,. says in orders to the remision of The fact that baptism:is a command failure to get land or .

!5od has given' us all those tin sins. to be obeyed only once in a cooperation. Mr. Meadows has now ;...... ,
your "
his.word. '. t" j ,liftime Is, proof that rj; fe,not a moved back to Jacksonville. .
beach fb. .
8. Living Oracles: 'Reform and ', t fj.-- : ... :..
re, are many who would dis- of you immersed in the name Christain duty but ratliej':that it From MonticeHd-Newsl !vi? "r CROP It''" .: ; .
is command to be in becoming (NEW CORN) .
t the necessity of salvationgh of Jesus Christ in order to the remission a obeyed | W. C Hawkins and W. H.: Thom-
obedience to then'command. c of sins'. a Christian. When obeyed son announced plans this week for
god, and most especially when t sciipturally. that command is be-ithe construction: of a processing :
sm is mentioned' in,connection 9. R. A. Knox's Translation: itnd one forever. I !Mat.rices
for in Monticello and
plant peaches Pifog Highest
salvation.' I recently listened (Catholic, copyright 1944,:by Sheed Please study these things in the
to have the plant in operation
radio sermon in which the and, Ward Inc.) :, _"Re nt Peter: ,light of God's word d n't take: anypreacher's ,'expect t tA tlT .
er said that Acts 2:38 means said! to them ..and be baptized-: word where your soul. next spring for the next peach f ; ,.,r ,._. a''. XI .
haye'' sins forgiven'.' : crop. ; :; 3"Ui 't" ,i, f ..., "; :, a i._ .
hot. and be baptized because your F _. salvation is at stake the gambleis >> .
N ., "
-Pi '
...trips .have been remitted"' 10. Centenary Translation 'OF the too great. Even though the A-1,I, Meeting with the Jefferson County : -: ; "i ."-' .. i1r : ', ; :

4JSJust: here quote Acts,233, New_Testament,. by, Heleff BaVrettf xstle Pau was doing the' preaching ":: Industrial Corporation S directors -':
nS $,Peter;,unto them, repent Montgomery 'Pub. by' the American those of Berea: searched the at a special meeting Tuesday, J itchell.Mitt Co.

l 1 PzederY one of iou ,. Baptist PublicationSJS&ciety: scriptures' to see it those:things he the two men asked for the cooper-I t ig' .
,e name of Jesus.,Christ for the '..Repentanswered'L, Peteii:'and';'bebaptiiedfor taught 'were true, and they were''atiori of the Corporation in 'assist-1 t' '..; s CAI Q 9J.., .r, 7. 11M I .
:ssion of sins; aye: shall re-. the remissaon"yoTflf, :called mare noble than those of ing with financing: a loan of between I '1A' "k"-tI.t '

the gift of tfiejloly; Ghost. sins'.' ."v '. r'Thessalomca ,Acts 17:1L 530,000 and $5000p.: j Teleph.Jroe' 92-2051 :; '. :\ Jasper.. ::/ :;
11. The Riverside N(v'TestY': 'I The <
e called upon to accept the + by.x Met i' El: Thomas: Box 226 Corporatioir enthusiastcallyi ,
. .' of those who translated" the I William. Ballantine: ""P t r-- aid Jennings; : Fla; I'I agreed to help in every way pos ,:ft,oj:', --" .... .t"'r _.-Jd. !' -_. '-- .
:I "" ": .r.v'W "' .7..t""A.t'.Jvt..
from the original language to them; Repent and be'bhptle- : !

English so we, could underit for the forgivness your sins!,,;"" v ,
and therefore sometimes I I have in my possession evidence P..w:},.?J:0 r:4:::: r.... \.?.:..ra.'S.:...... ;,. '.;;. : c:::?a?., a i ::3.': xa w. '

in that another thirteen or so scholars ..? .!.,. .', Ar.v.. .....}....... :Z.::Fn r: '{?: ....
necessary pointing .r... .:...si; ,:. .,.w : .. 'A \., ,,
rror to return to the wisdom I also have the knowledge ,that 4es.bei|. k..;,... :..n4?}.,...4t.$.rr.r.: ,;?}.ix... ;r..8. .,.. ....a.w.S.}:. .;. .'4\";.+'.?:5..r.;,, !.pY..:..:. .....,..r..a. :: N. ..atrL .,.rv.
translated 'for does not mean
e who know the Greek mean-
[>f words to show when some- cause of, but in order to have.our: tI

s misuseing a passage of Scr- 1}sins remitted, as pertaining to .f.
'e and making it say somethint I Acts 2:38, This can easily be learned I
God did not intend for it to i by a study of the Bible anyway
I The word 'FOR' in Acts 2:38i you; need not know the Greek mean \

nstated from the Greek 'eis' ;,ing as we have it translated into I II
according to the scholarship *Ie English and available to any who II I

world does not mean 'be-! 'desire to study. One or two points I II' ... ............:..::.::.;... n .!Qv.; }tr' ... :.. .:....,.,?. :.r c?.. :y..s": .Y ..

of. The same Greek word .which positively show beyond doubt .. 'a..LC.nv ..... .. r.4r.-.k,..,...u:4: n.w.? .. .,,..,;...: .o':: .. ... ... .. NO.k C .:i k :n v}, '' ?:+
in Matt:26:28, where Christ ,that baptism; is for salvation are I'I'I ,. ..}:.. '}: { }P LFk
: .
this is my blood of the New .found in Gal.3:27 'For as many of I ,..r5.., *::i :,.\. .a..,.... ,. .
} 1 :3.LSx:aax } $r; .d:n} ?+.46d y '
ment which is shed for many you as have been baptized into t : {
[the remission of sins. It does >Christ have put on Christ'. Baptism

an that Christ shed his blood puts one into Christ and Christ is ,.

Ijse our sins had already been ,the Savior, so out of Christ thereis .., -
_ted. but for or in order that. no salvation. Then Romans 6:3-6 ; :.;r acv .,'.24. ',.4 h: ii:4tir :yt

;nay have remission throughlood. points out that we are not only ; ..?.x..
'baptized into Christ but baptizedinto tr

ant to give you the benefit of j j his death where he shed his
g for yourselves what those ;precious blood 'For the remissionof
Greek have.to say about I,M I our sins". Remissioq of sins
[for* 'eis' in Acts :l:38. U this 1 brings salvation' and without,baptism r
t impress those who desire there is no remission of sins

the truth of the matter I hence no salvation'.

ng would anyway. I will use I But many say that baptism is
the words necessary to con- only a Christain duty this cannotbe
the message so as not to true as all Christain duties are
up too much of our space. repeated often or should be. It is

.have already noticed the King a Christain duty to sing, but we
version 'For the remission cannot fulfill our duty to God by

ns'''. only singing one song in a lifetime.
erican Standard: 'Repent ye All. Christain duties are repeated
baptized-unto the :remissionr often. For those who preach baptism

sins'. as only a Christian duty; to be
'But consistent, they will have to baptize :
t>therham's Emphasized: : ,ri..wv..vmuwen..ura' __-_ L.-., .. .. ... .. ... ... ...........-.... .
J'.ItJU"r Agt1L"Ju Ait 1 !.'.v.r.3tA".I 1' JYIM.-. "-,,-".-.' -\,.--/ a. .-
I .;F :
f REGISTRATION BOOKS TO The car that answers the, question, It wasn't easy, topping our super- stability 389-cu.. in.Trophy V-8 power \ ",

.j "After their '63 model, what in the successful '63. But we did it, with. trim in every model Isn't this what other I j ,

(CLOSE AT NOON OCTOBER 5th new styling handsome new interiors cars wish 'tHey'lboked' and acted like

world will Pontiac do for '
64"a smoother, quieter ride Wide Track and don't? '64 Pontiac Pontiac
All eligible Citizens of the County who want tote ,

> in the November 5th elections but aren't regJtercel .:

[ have only a few more days to put their names ,
the elector rolls. All who have registered already .

,it have changed their name moved from one Pre- .. n ... ::.. > 9itLpflfionfaa ., n., ..,i qn..r

another made changes in their Regis- ? L''f. ,,'
nct to or any r''d;;iyx r.y: r i

October 5 make .,,;.riy 'J l., .'...Yir ..
lion status have until noon to any ;jsu* j fJti4 : 4 r

a&k? C siv iv -
anges on registration Certificates. Books will be >- .
;V :4.C..... -\* :.;y 1., j osed Saturday Noon October 5 and remain closed .d .., ... .. .1? |:j : > ;
'}'"'r ,

v ...
,, ...... /4
v. : ,y. ,6i S, :x.v : r
[ntil Tuesday, November 12th, as required by law. .}4..r' .. -1. .; ..p.S,.: .:. .:. :> { 9rc ;
v' + wkw:
.. .
::. ... : ; : My i ,,; .
%i :::?? i1S' % '!;
Sincerely, j R
? %
{ 2:
';r{:. v x yc.R.; .i r. %J-:.
4 k4. .A. yirJ4 /
Supervisor of Registration .fn4. ,

: 4 Jif
ih ;kh? 4R A. x.<. # < .* ,4rd/'

/ .' }
i l < \
." ,if :;;
I .
7 ;/,
Never make the mistake of I : ,
,.- *
paying for second-class paint* -
or building materials we offer y

top-notch quality, butour .
I prices are no higneiv .S. e119 -
about it.

) USED. T-V.-. ; 1 %k .

: .
) ) (
ONLY $SO. ,: ;

USED ;I; '. ; > %yi .. >: Tfv: : -...

S-v -
#iii1 -> Jk* -
RefrigeratorONLY : ,.. !

r it-f_ If y'cu'ts.fcssn buying the same What's new with Tem s fo t>,.64? Pra- pension new brakes. new steering

A fortune you $75 '. ,,:.---- '.*. -* Ced'eM ticall ly everything. Ncw'215-cubic inch new frame If a car like this won'tf
t Won'thavetoptlt 7" .. -p time after time ,.. : .

If you,..WIh' .' ,SEE THEM ......" '" ", E' \' \ ,' .-_; *** -v _11.L'h --. -. '.,. .-inline6longerrooialer- H' wider .break that habit, nothing will Check
Wtltft4tr. 'et rea d.y.tiJLr 5 : : '- "'" .
BEFORE: YOUJBUY! : !., '* //V4 ? .T. V l de-Track new smoothnding.St1Syourdea1er! 64 Ponliact Tem
'_ : :- j ilCP'
: : tfW ,
.. .. .... ... ... '" .t. :. .. ."
'" _. 'f? -: > -({,..' ,. .;... .>,_:SEE THE. _.ONLY- DEALS., WHO. ,-SB1S WE WJOC-TIAOC CAK-YOUlfAUTHOIBZED% PONTIAC DEALS f' '
{' "
.' '
I 'f w..U

fL''Tip'RC .

SY-2-3801 J A 5 P E R. 500 W HOWARD ST. = LIVE OAK.'day .
OR | D A



,';.".... .i' '.'. "
., ''?. '; ,- ... .,
'.r:;; ,,

t9'GL '

Support Your Football Team FN MPork Chaps

Fif-.1It'f11l1lDI I RIB-END D Fr'O.; RK 1
RO t 8 9

IP L 0 I N
-\"\:-::,. .
RED :- ; -

App!les" inc LOIN R f'i,,i. 1' WHOLESAUSAGE HALF OR

49C 490
.4.' bag NJRoast_ : r &B.

__. 1i\\\y; .

'RED ;; : ', llliS'c "FRESHLY' GROUND ':;b. yGra's

I <,.il FIRST<:UT Ib
HOMEGROWN i1\ Pork Chops 39 C,
3 3WI
Sweet } IWtatoe.; Ihs. ,


FRANK Ii Pkg. ..

5 lbs" 49
Limit one with$7.00 or more food ord er I .... .BACON

Qt. 'C G
i- 1 4oz. Ibs.KRAITS 29c
Peanut Brittle Boi 5

'. ,.' .s '.'_ lb.
3.gc I 2 8.gc
OREO pkg. 47c I TOWELS i. Rolls. VELVEETA. _" loaf Limit one with $7.00 or
-. .'.,,.. :<"'-:-: ..: more food order.
oz. -
FOOD 6fo19c 21bs.,2S c CORN $
303 $' ,.OO{
.g' 303
cans i 9SHURFINE
Limit 9 with food order'/. 1'Ilk ,. SOFLIN 4 cans
S' : < C
.. .
; 'pkg.t59 TISSUE Roll Lrt r 5,
fRESH-PERKED Tastes !ood at I O :. I .;.....A,- ,. Pkg. FRUIT, 303
Jar PINg ; SHOWBOAT cansS'
I t .,' PORK&BEANS LYKES 20 oz.can

J flflc (.l.1mon 4'C '303 1() For $1:OO BEANS CHILI&____ 39cSHURFINE


I_( .I371.' ; ." MILK SHURFINE $ .00 ,, GIANT SIZELimit C

Limit. One, .'. ,:, BIRDSEYBfifN&CH' BIRDSEYE 8 Tall
:/ \:? j' CORN I cans
I 2 jkis,;.:_.43c 2 pkgs. 43c ,
'' ..,, I SARA LEECOFFEE Ea h .
-- ,. one with $7 00 OBJ!.
HOOD'S ,\\ : CAKES 49c more food order
C STAR]t '______q(21c'V
HOOOS.1'. ... "7/):, -<'-t.
__ q.t.l9c .
.4t- 'it .
ks "::4'oz 21c

Limit one with $7.06or : It. Member ,Certifiec'Gt.ocers: Of Fl& Inc.
more food''order* HlBO".:. .._lb.41C Price gooJOct.3lhruOct7l963 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESEftVIDPo