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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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{ PRICE, 1 10c PER COPY -'$ .00 PER"YEARHAMILTON' COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY: OCTOBER' 11 1963 VOLUME 93, NUMBER 4-j

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k Jasper Students Visit New Consolidated School (Advent ChristiansTo BO RD( DIRECTPRS MEET MONDAY OCT 14

Minutes : Of Fok: ? .
Hold Revival The Board of Directors of the Hamilton County
Mee I
I ,Monthly Rr \ Chamber of Commerce: will hold their regular monthly

1 Hamilton The Advent Christian Church of meeting Monday night at 8 o'clock in the Chamber of

Jasper has engaged the Rev. Silas Commerce building. All Board members are urged to be
Aldridge for Revival Services sche
present and others interested are invited.


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'- The Board of 'County- ) '- 7 } t East Of,Election I Suregas, Opening .

-sionsers in and for Clerks Published Draws Big Crowdby
ty, Florida met today

session, and also to List Clerks and Inspectors selected I Mrgie HymanThe

proved outstanding Board for by: the Board of County Commissioners Suregas Company had a big
the
gainst September Hamilton County Florida day Saturday 800 people registered -
t .-year The ending following t.-., to serve in the Election to beheld for some valuable prizes. first

present: Guy McGhin, r Recently a group of Jasper High Above those attending line up in front of the nsolidated Lowndes z. Tuesday November 5, 1963 prize was a large gas range wentto
j I pan. Grover Wheeler School students, accompanied by j County High Schoc'l.! PRECINcr No. 1 day; Clerk, a little girl: Janet Dianne Cook
McCulley. !fr. Jack Supintendent Harry T Reid, Supervisor Mrs Herman Harrell ;InspectorsMrs. Rusty Wood got a charcoal barbeque -

1 absent. onaccount of John Hart and Robert Ehlert J. J. Kelley, Mrs. S. E. Hewitt broiler
State Association of visited Lowndes County High T "+a Mrs. A. S. Johnson (Call for box) I' Airs. M. B. Bennett received
missioners meeting School 'near Valdosta. An account Y PRECINCT No 1. Night Clerk I' stainless steel cookware as did also

i attorney, C. A. Avriett 'of the trip was'written by Bonnie f. James Franklin Deas.; Inspectors: Mr. Charlie Goolsby. Other prizewinners

absent duemeeting. to attending Jones, one of the,students attendingand ,. Wilbur Deas (return box), Russell were Mrs. Candace King,
following '
The
is printed below: Alderman, Nick Law. Mrs. Benton Smith and Lily May
transacted:
was .
The minutes of the PRECINCT No. 2 Day Clerk, Gunsby.The .
of the Board was read by On Thursday October 4, 1963, 22 JesSie Mae Vickery, Inspectors:, fish fry lasted nearly all

and approved by the members of Jasper High School's s,"} Ersel Camp, Mary Louise Webber, afternoon. Mr. Paul Tolar local
by the Clerk. Student Council were fortun- Maureen Katy Waters Manager said they fed nearly 1,000

Mr. Hance McGauley ate enough to visit the new modern PRECINCT No. 2, Night, Clerk people.It .

' before the Board and Lowndes' County High School. 4K dueled to begin next Monday night Joe W. Sapp, Inspectors: J. T. was a gala affair for all con

Board to widen the This school is the result of band- October 14, at 7:30 o'clock, and Bridges, Jr. Carlton Carter, Henry cerned-the management and
property.. After some ing together five small'rural continue at the same hour each D. Vickers those who partook of the feast.
Board notified Mr. schools. ,Realizing the inadequancy PRECINCT No.3 Mr. Tolar expressed himself as
would need an evening through the week. Day, Clerk
signed they by him and also of these small schools and the demands tiR t S W Homecoming festivities will beccle.rated Mrs. J. F. Snell, Inspectors Mrs. well pleased and- appreciative oC
of a more complete high Leonard Conner Mrs. J. B. Stor- the response.
McGhin, before they on Simday, October 20, ,
take any work on this schoOl curriculum: this modern ed with dinner served on the grounds mant (call for box), Mrs. Alonzo

he 'was referred to ucational plant.was,- born. 'f following the morning worship hour Tomlinson. Lions Pancake '
County Attorney to We were met at the-lmtrat.'e by After dinner the Church win dedi- PRtONCT: -Jio. 3, Night Clerk
easement for him and the principal and two students. The A view of one wall of the library which is very complete. A conference .
cate their new educational addi- VIr. Leonard Conner, Inspectors Planned
Clerk. students the is feature where of students can a debate Supper
with guided through en-
a
us room a group prepare All
icn former pastors have been Mrs. L F. Carver Jr. (return box)
Miss Merle Holland tire school. without disturbing others studying.The invited t:, attend these specitl services -Mrs. Ollie Jane Cheshire, Mrs. Ann For October 22
\ fore the Board and Our first stop was the library. and will participate in the' Dees. ,.
easement on the a'' .. Jasper Lions are making the
where we found the students had I dedicatory services. PRECINCT No. 4 Day Clerk
sion and after the advantage of a large, modern The Congregation extends rounds of all their friends and acquaintances -
plat and some a cor James Fouraker, Inspectors, Olin
Board requested Miss and well equipped library complete : r 1 dial invitation to all in our com- Westberry, call for and return box this week with Pen-
contact the County with a study room. munity to attend these servicesand James A. Hogan, Ed Wells I cake Supper tickets, as the date
,) gard to this matter and Next was the science department. share their blessings with themA PRECINCT No. 5, Clerk Benita F. of this annual event Is rapidly ap-
prepare an easement We"were amazed when the science "t nursery will be mamtaineo for Reeves, Inspectors, Marthahel,proaching. Tuesday, Oct. 22 is
owner (Kirby Wells) instructor told us they had $600 in the convenience of parents with Sandlin (Call for and return box), I the date set far in advance, and
easement for record. chemiqab"' and '$3000 In equipment: small children. The Advent Christian Mrs. Lafayette McCall, Mrs. Ola things are shaping up for a big)
Bourd could do any with $900'of equipment on order. Church welcomes event as in the past, when over
you.
B Mills. I
said property.Mrs. After'the science' department we: ,500 pancake suppers were served.No .
PRECINCT No. 6 Clerk, L T. Car-
Ann Malpas,
visited the Home Economics department one will be turned away hungry
ter Inspector Kirby Wellla (Call
appeared
Registration local MenHonored ;
: They have six kitchens as each ticket entitles the buy.
Board and requested \ for and return box, Mrs. J. L. Corn-'
with today's er to eat all they want. Several
school complete every thing
Board hold a At Credit bass Mrs. M. C. Wynn.
struction fcr General homemaker would use in a' mod I IDeas |varieties of sausage as well as
PRECINCT No. 7 Clerk Quinteen I
f F
holders and after some ern home. They have a' sp' "ciO s FJ many kinds of syrup will be available .
Harlan Burnham
Inspectors, ,
Assn. 30th Year
the Board authorized living area,plus a,groining room to for everyone.
(Call for and return box Dewey I
V e.- .. e The Pancake and Sausage Sup.
to..ma.k&-At'11l tili gf; Wi- Approximately 1,000 persons at- Lee Santa fleasPRECINCTNo. !I
school of instruction rheyvalso-have TT. .total Of 23 -eeling,.'3rid-: elebiah ".'t1f""Ilutrtptended 8A Cleric Wallace I,:per is the Jasper Lions Club's main
the holders of said machines.In the. annual siockhoTders'Years event of the year for making money -
"be given notice of same.Mr. Selph, Inspectors Decar Scaff, !!
which is used far
: Wyman the Industrial Arts depart- Service to Agriculture" of (call for and return box, Mrs. Roy I I I mainly' eye
found table for the North Florida Production Cred- examinations and glasses for chtid-
Forester appeared ment we a large Blair, Mrs. Parke Deas
Board and gave: an oral age.2)p every two boys. The boys were Cbuntyt Coliseum in 'Live Oak Friday PRECINCT 8B Clerk D. H. HoUj I[,ren whose parents cannot affoard.
!to get them. The fund is nearly deI
in and each pair night |
'its activities. working pairs McGhin j
ton.
Inspectors Teddy ,
,
Science Laboratory above, contained indivdual equipment for I pleated and will surely be needed
Marvin Rogers had an electric saw. There was United States Senator Spessard Call for and return box, Mrs. Theo'
tion Officer met with the also a garage for the boys to workin. each student in the class, as well as desks for written work. Jn connection L. Holland who was introduced by Sullivan Mrs. O'Neal Goolsby. j!in the near future. None of the profits -

companied by Dr. with the lab was a darkroom for photography work Congressman Don Fuqua complimented PRECINCT : from activities are used by
No. 9A, Clerk, Cecil
newly the Lions for
county ton Wells health, the doctor. One of the nicest things in this the members the directorsand Eatmon, Inspectors, Alex Royals I I I Others. themselves only
school was the separate guidance the management on the Assoc [
George Smith John Williams
made by Mr. Hogan, : Buy your tickets in advance if
,lounge infrimary, and prayer iation's 30th anniverstary and the I
Mr. Wheeler and I (caD for and return box. I[you can. It helps the Uons to be
1
associationsince
Wells room. progress mad*' bv the
carried that Dr PRECINCT 9B Day clerk Mrs.: able to plan on a certain number
by the State Board of Much could be said for the D. C its organizaton. John Lewis Inspectors Mrs. J. of dinners'
recommended by the T. program which stands for Diver- It was learned from the report!' Harrison Mrs. Onnie Goolsby, R.I
County Board of sified Cooperative Training. With made by the general manager..Au- Bama Braswell
'sioners. this program students ,that ordi- brey Fowler, that the associationwas PRECINCT
9B Night Clerk Foster
PRECINCT No. 10 Clerk Mallory -
The following names narily would be compelled to dropout \ chartered December 2 and organized +!
Shepherd Inspectors Barney Tavell, Inspectors Pearsall
on the County indigent of school' for financial reasons, December 11, 1933. Fowler ,
Mrs. Margaret Bacon, Burnham, Stafford Scoff p. W. Fouraker, (caB for and return box)
could to school in the morning r further pointed out that the associa '
Florida _..... ....... go Simmons 'Rufus Anderson, Jeese Fouraker
and work in the afternoons.The tion's member-owned net worth
JUlene Mcdain Route- _,. .
Jennings ........... band room was built up on had increased from 52,508 at the ....../.,.,,.r. h./HIHu..uuunuru'>"' ''', un *_ :
levels. There three fthe first business to j.-ss'sssj/s.-ssss/js/ssjs/-//s/////s7-'ffrf' ffjrriirrtriftrfrrHmtfuimmmt i
Motion was made by were ; separate end o year's .
ler, seconded by Mr. music rooms plus a private office'an J505.852 as of August 31 this year.
and unanimously : and instrument storage room: He further stated that during the Facts: Bond Election
"Davis be relieved of his In all the rooms there were Association's. first year's operation

of Oct. 1, 1963 as proper heating and lighting. We $39.467. was loaned to farmers in
The Home Economics department in two rooms, was equipped SCHOOL
tenance man and that were amazed to find there was not. Columbia. Hamilton,, Lafayette and CONSOLIDATION"Tell
placed by Mr. Jimmy one interruption by the noise of with modern kitchen equipment and all facilities. Suwannee Counties and that duringthe the
truth the
to people they will it"
Since Mr. Davis is acccept
traffic.At ___ year ended:! August 31 1963
capacity as the conclusion of our tour we 4c; $3,017.290 had been loaned In the This committee feeling charged with responsibility pledged themselves -

the county of hospital Public, were given an apportuity to talk ir ; m same area. The report showed thata at the initial. meeting to find and prent to the people of

was the Board decided by the with students. When approached on total of 25514.384 had been Hamilton County the truthful fact concerning a high school consolidation

'this change. the subject of consolidation the students loaned by the association since organization program and the upcoming bond election to be held on

The Clerk presented unanimously stated they November 5. 1963.
Special Election ballot would not have it any other way. Special recognition: was given the This space devoted this week towards correcting l fake statements

the state on proposed There are other advantages in a association's thirteen incorporators nd untruths that are being told to the freeholders or voters in the
amendments to the such this. So (in fact the
plan as many by R. A, Darr. Presdent of soming school bond election.
approval, and said one could not mention them all in Federal Intermediate Credit Bankof

proved by the Board.bills a short article. Columbia ,two of whom were False Statement No. 1
The following
Most parents in Hamilton County platform guests at the meeting. W.
,*ed*', for ROA Payment D ABRIDGE: mphaticafly declare they want only ii L Bryan of Jasper and P. B. Cannon "That Jennings and White Spring will ;Iose their

SALARY ROAD the best for their children.and .. of Live Oak, the associationsfirst schools if the prograrais.voted, ; '. Nothing'is further

O'Neal Goolsby ..... most of them work- hard to give i -1 president and vice president from the truth-only the high school students will be
">\TI. S. Jackson- ....... them just that Yet here in our '." respectively .and members of theassociations

,,' Alex Mathis ........... county we are twenty years behindin first: executive____ __ commit affected.

'W. D. Stewart ........ educational facilities. Boys were learning various phases of woodworking when the Industrial -! tee. Other present were J. V. Mc-
I False Statement No. 2
.... I
Hilton Westberry and T. J. FletcherSr.
Arts visited There, also farm Call of Jennings
Department was was a complete
John Ponds .......... Bonnie Jones. shop not pictured. members of the first board of "That in voting for the proposed school program and
Robert Culbrefh ..... ,
Virgil WilDams *..... director. W. B. Howtend; Live Oak bond issue you will be voting to have your home-

Randolph Turner .... NOTICEOut the association's 'first Inspector, stead exemption taken away./* Nothing is further
and Hicks Griffin. Lake City a
Emery Grantham ..
i
:' Ruben Daniels....... member of the first nominating from the truth-The high school consolidation or
J 'Doyle L. Grantham of respect and sympathyfor l e committee. A photocopy of the first bond i issue will not affect your homestead exemptionone
:,,-- Pete Register......... the family of Mr. J. A. Williams Y yl-, YtL loan application filed with the asso wide
_; Bill B. Norris....... the Jasper Woman's Club postponesthe : elation by Roy Drury of Jasper was particle. Only a state referendum vote of

Russell White....... opening meeting this FridayOct. presented to him by Darr and Lorin you the people, can change or eliminate the homestead

:' *J.'t Reeves...,..... 11. until next weeks\ Oct. 18 T. Bice a member of the Federal exemption law. (If in doubt ask your Senatoror
Ben Goolsby .......,. 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. -
:" BiB Ponds .......... 5 4- A Farm Credit Board Others appearing Representative.) '
Ernest Webb ........ on-the program were Mayor J. .. .
Isreal Stone ......... MISS J. H. S. CONTEST Marvin Phillips and the Rev. Cornelius Based on present county valuations freeholders or home
f, G. C. Brown: ....... THURSDAY NIGHT Davies of Live Oak Dr. M.
fully covered by the homestead exemptionlaw
'Federal Reserve O. Watkins. Directors of Florida owners now

hok ng 3rd. quarter. OCTOBER. t 17" Extension Service and Chuck Ms- jrill 1 not be reqiured to pay one dollar in taxes towardspayin

< ()). Officers and The Jasper High School Juniors Intosh of Dover FJo da. > >x off the proposed bonded indebtedness for better
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Retirement Fund
In the business session of the .
Social win sponsor the Miss J. H.S. Con school."VOTE.
Blue Cross-B1ue'ShieJd Security Acct. test Thursday night October meeting H. C. Pope of Lake City

Colonial Life Ins. Co. .. 17th In the high school aikStorim and T. J. McKeithen of Live Oak FOR BETfER EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
The Art Classroom above walls with bulletin boards
had
Hill Mfg. Co.- at8p.m.. ,. two on were reelected to the board of f
:E. C. Brown Co.- st @ which were posted samples of the students' work. directors for a terra of three years. I FOR OUR CHILDREN. .

Martha Carter The meeting concluded with. a : __ __ __

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-PAGETWO THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA FzidayOctober11.1963LOCKING


AT CONSOLIDATION James Crawford ............. 3.10 Lottie Mosely ............ 15.00''I House ..-.................. 97.90!I
Hamilton County Edmond Lewis Vaughn .... 3.10 I Mrs. Frank Miller .. 12.00 Square Dance Associates Inc. I I I
I II Sam McElwain ............ 4.20 Mrs. James Royals .......10.00 I Rrecreation Supplies White Pianos Organs
Calmly And Reasonably Commissioners ,. Mary Ingram ......-.......... 3.10 t r Mrs. Roscoe Cooper 15.00 1 I I Sprins ..................... 22.35 I -
I : Helen Bristol ............... 3.50 Jimxnie Gandy 10.00 Atlas United Distributors Rec Sup HOUSE OF MUSIC
; (Continued-- Frrt m' Page I) Maggie Henderson .u"...... 3.20 BesSie.IIQ1..bvay.......... 12.00 I I I White Springs. ....._........ 35.90 j
You and, 'YourSchooL? I: : Corene Thomas ;........... 3.20 \ Mrs. Ruby Jladford .......15.00 I I Peoples-.Hardware Co. Rex- Supp. COLONIAL
4 ... : M. D. Mcicdj* Sons;;: t '*t'draghne' \\ t Emanuel Laidler :::.......! 3.10 Joseph P. Jpnes .,...'..... .15.00 ,White:Springs; .....,........'. 4.95
I pdyment ,.::....792.00 Mae Curry .;.......:'......-..- 3:10': '.I Annie Mae .Whitaker *..'... 3D.OO McDufflee ortingfJSoods: Rec. NEW. USED ANDROIAXUFACTURED ."

by M U: 'Powelli : t.Fla: Power.'COI'P'.utilitnes..OO.88Leis Art Bradley.............}. '3.10 Rance A. Andrews SaL..&; Exp !i i SuPP.. White Springs ...... 52.65 '
,.: ,'I Motor Co. ---parts Cecil F. Collins .. ....,.... 4.20 |I ... .' .
d I County Agent .- 304.601 J JI I White Springs School Store. 6O9Keaton's
and repairs ................ 13.20'Sears '
df f We have an abounding not believe that there Is'one single]I.' JUROR. FEES '' i,C. A. Avriett Co. Attorney .. 59.00 Toyland Rec. Supplies ; PIANOS
faith in responsible citizen in this countY & sons, Inc. Willard O. Fennell .......... 5.10 Salary Commissioners r \Vhite Springs ............. 17.33 ]
i accessories .................. 2.79 I
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; .;: a principle that ,who' does not recognize that the Webb accessories.. 15.45 Clinton Earl Zipperer ...... 5.10 ,, Aaron Hogan:: U7. 0 Pigott Wholesale, Co. Rec. Supp. !I No Down Payment. Up to
1 ''; *J be stated in this,Jasper High School 'students needa George State Tractor ,&- Eqp. <:b. Richard M. Fouraker .... 10.15 ;. Grover Wheeler 103.911 I 1 i iVhite Springs >.......:.... 4.25 3 ,years to pay
.. ; ... ....... 5.30'i Jack Vinson .. ABC School: Supply Inc. Rec. Equip j I
idea new high school plant regardless ........... 13.13 Hugh E. McLeod : ; Call Collect and our display
: programor equipment parts Lawton 115.471 I Jennings .................145.00 '!
i of.what his feelings about, 4bnsoli-' Powell's Diesel Service James T. Bland .......... lL20I I M-cCuDey truck will bring it to
.:f\j gram or prop 'I may W. D. G. Chevrolet -parts .. 2.21Sapp's Albert Waldon Deas .-...... 11.40 Isaac Chart2er, Jr. Exp-CoL Co. r Work .................... 732.85
1 erly presented Now we did not initiate the idea .1108 N. Patterson
... Agent .
Stationtires David W. Peterson ..... 10.10S. Hamilton County Bank Aug.
Service
will be accepted proposing consolidation. This grew tubes & repairs............ 156.11 F. Adams .............. 10.90 Thelma Lewis SaL Sept .... 453.30 Exchange .................. 4.47Vise's Valdosta Ph.
J by the people. It out of, the thinking of the people.: Isadore S. Johnson .......... 5.80 Ann C. Malpas SalSup.. Reg 193.00 Drug Store Office Sup 3.75 2442931City
i ; (has been our deep We believe that some very' sound Ring Power Corp. -.parts' Charles M. Mitchell .......10.90 'Margaret Register Sal. Sect. to Jones Insurance Agency .. 446.09
test desire that all our discussions thinking was done on this matter & repairs .............. 408.86 Stafford C. Law ............ 5.90 I i, County Agent ............. 23.09 I White Springs Ins. Agency .. 25.00
concerning school matters in Ham- and we concur whole heartedly in I! Mercer-Wooten' road- Charles R. Burnett ...... 11.80 Wylma B. White SaL Exp Home I W. T. Edwards T. B. Hospital
ilton County be rooted and grounded the conclusion reached and the pro material & eqp. ace. ...... 144.63 H. :Ed Craton .............. 10.70 Dem Agent 256.77Ethel : Patient Care August .... 257.50 of Jasper Utilities Ct Hs &
Lewis Lumber Q .......... 23.02 I
) Wade .............. 10.10
in this and bond Merritt G. Col Co. ......
principle. We have no gram issue proposed. It Whitehead Hardware Co. .... 14.60 Dodge Sal. Sect to Hme Dept Public Safety Radio Service Agent Office 19.65 .

."a spite or ill will to be lodged; .against Is,r.o school longer. 11le..to.....bond.,a, Thetfliangfla coic Psotg1. .4 -v 'Allen Donald P.FT Bryanf Lee::!...'..';...:..*.:,......t..XL801 11.70 10.i|I :Dem.--O.XdwTirds: AgeP.t SalrTisst.: ..r.a: State'F ..,. *.28 r -Av&w >fe/;>*< .* v>>v .'*.*<* 15.00. Isac Chandlery ltd 4-H.X5ubx.:..... ... .'

anyonewe; haft"nd'selfish motive: single community lii a' couxv Lumber .................. 164.70 J. Thomas Bennett ........ 10.10 i i' Attorney ......... 'Secretary of State Supplemet Co. Exp. ............,......... 25.00
i 8.93 ........._........ 10.00
or vested interest It must be, wide Judge
to serve or protect ty. county!! regard- Keenan .... 2.40 I' Dr.
Frederick
Welding Supplies Fred A. David ............ 10.10 Wm. Randall Slaughter Sal. State 1 T. Mickler Fees: Re
we have no political aspira- less as to where:: the building' is I Shands & Baker Ins. Road Roy Blair ............ ...... 6.00 Lanier Management Inc. Machine Incompt Hearing .......... 19.00
i tionsto fulfill we have no false com located or whom is to be served Materials ................. 140.16 Ponce D. McCall ...:;!....... 11.00 Attorney 16.56 j I! Parts ...................... 7.50 Dr. James A. Rawls, Jr. Fees Re:
muity pride. to nourish at the ex- and to reap the benefits of the new i j I Central Truck Lines Transportation William B. Bass ........., 10.10 .Eva Akins sale sec. to Circuit I;Amsterdam Pen Corp: Office Incompt Hearing .........: 19.00
26.79'' .................... 46.50
perse of our children we have no plant. Now if a new plant with all Charges .................... 3.68J. James Rodney Fourakers 10.10 Judge Supplies Jane McDaniel Fees: ReIncompt.j .
O. Burch Co. Parts..20.97 ..... .. N. H. Williams Sal Yard upkeep Isaac Chandler Jr. Refund .....................
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pense o four children to fulfilL We the modern facilities and equipment Max Hartley '-. : 5.60 ,j Hearing 3-OQi ..
Exp.: ....................... 17.50
have no desire whatsoever fo do had been provided for the Sandlin Auto Parts Diesel &; Cliyde M. Howard.10.25 4L571 John H. McConnick: Fees: Re: In-
anyone harm or disservice Jasper youth the other :communities Accessories .............. 324.10 Charlie Rhoden Bal. Due on Addie Mae Smith SaL T.:: C. I The Michie Co. Law Books 25.00J. Compt Hearing, ............ 7.50
any : Holbway's Gas ..,4............ 13.90 Guaranteed Salary for 1962. office .. '73.97, Addie Smith Bailiff Circuit Dept. Public Safety Raido: Ser.
our people only aim- and purpose is to sell of the county would. have had Jones &;. Sons Ice Co..........5.00 (Chapter 61-1419) ......2453.29 Kenneth Daniels Sat. &; Exp. Ser. I i Court ..................... 16.00 Sept ...................... 15.00
the upon the idea of quality to pay th.evprorata.: share of the Hacker Signs .............. 67.00 Charlie Rhoden Sheri.ftscosts & .vice officer l5O.97'i 1 Russell Rhoden Baliff Circuit Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost 416.19F.
education that would cost of'this plant without their Gloria J. McGauley Sal. Clerk T. A ., .... ........
come as a Wstern Auto Store Supp.. .... 37.91 Fees & Feeding Prisoners 1938.65 \} Court .. ... .. 16.00 Kenneth Tuten Exp. attending
result of a better school program children' reaping any of the Ring Power Corp. Parts .... 27.80 C. A. Avriett Conviction Fees & Office 83.97 Carton Bradshay Bailiff Circuit Assessor's conference Key-

d through ,the poling of all the secondary benefit.. Such a procedure would]I I COUNTY MIN. TWO .. ..NN..N Comm on Bond Est. -...... 504.78 William Kyser SaL Vet. '.. 498.97 Court ...................... 16.00 West ..................... 290.70'
school resources both human -not have been right ,fair or sound. North Florida Telephone Co. Co. Oficers & Employees Retire. Charlie Goolsby Sal Janitor 180.60 ..Florida Power Corp.: Utilities Ct. F. Kenneth Tuten1 T. A. Com 401.00

and material into one school To have tried to provide surr-wnd I Phone Camp ............ 21.85 Fund ...................... 34.35 Walter H. Davis Sal. Mainten 23.00 1' Hs. CoL County Agent .... 134.60.Bowen .Slicks Welding Shop Chair
plan and program.We ins: in the other school communitieso FINE & FOR ualJ E FUND Social Security Acct. .......... L93 Julian Wood SaL Civil Defense I i. Supply Co. office supp.105.19The Repairs................... 2.00
"oa'Jv hive wo personal in- fthe county comensurate with anew Dr. F. T. Mickler Expert Witness HAMILTON LIBRARY FUND Directr 112.77EXPENSE I H & W. B. Drew Co. Office .The Jasper News Legal Adv Forms
terest In the location of this proposed school plant! in Jasper would fees 2 cases Circuit Cours..70.00 Blanche Deas Sal. Sept ..... 137.09 COUNTY' COMM. i Supp. .. ... ...... ........ 83.06Genera Printing etc. <.............. 263.50Harry .
teen Thelma Lewis Copies &; RecordingCo. Kenneth Wood Sal. .... 15.00 Aaron Hogan ...,. 6.25 ] Office Eqp. Co. Office T. Reid Funeral Home
schorl: plant. We do know: have also eaually infeasibleand Sept
Judge's Convictions .. 59.75 Social Security Acct Sept. .... 5.71 Jack Vinson ... 6.25 Scpp . .... ...... 77.89 Ambulance eSrvice County
however that the school board has economically unsound. Forget- Grover Wheeler 6.25 .......... ..
Pineview General Hospital Labora- Mrs. Gertrude Carter Sal. .. 30.00 .Thelma Lew's Fees & Refunds for Indigent ..... 15.00
j already provided a lunch room tn' ;r-hvsical plants and facilities tory Charges Re:Blood acohol Co. Officers & Employees Retire. t.nvton. McQtiley6.25: 1 t I Discharge Fees & Co. Comm. .Mrs. Margaret Bacon County Indigent
gymnasium .football and baseball *TV* separate school programs for test prisoner .... ......... 5.00I Fund Sept. ; .. 6.30 --i H6.25,>t Exp.' 11.50 ...................... 10.00
field .sufficiently large enough to the moment let's l-:ok at another I I Hamilton County Memorial Hosp.I Federal Reserve Bank} W. H. Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. Oct 3.00 3ohn H McCormick 01 ;p. 63-365- ALen Mc<.'!ain County Indi 12,00
serve all the high schccl: studentso need. As some one hes said it I i I Patient Care 2J>0I 3rd Quarter ... 25.20 Blue Cross-Blue Shier Oct.r9- <*> i r f ')1'- Tvm..,' due for 1933-64 budget Dan Braswell T. C. Com. ....312.12
fthe county at an estimated value takes more than buildings and j I IHill Manufacturing Co. Janitor No. Fla. Telephone Co. 'Ser. 8.50 Social Security Acct. Sept. .. 55.05 ;I year (salary) .. 625.00 :W. T. Ec.wards T. B. Hospital
of $200.000 on the site of the Jas- physical facilities to maske school. !!, Spplies: : 220.50 Fla. Power Corp. Utilities,.... 23.32 Co. Officers & Employees Retire. Sof'hern Atheletic Service Inc. *! Patient Care Sept. ........ 248.75
i School .students Fund Sept. -. ... .14 ..49.It.1eraI .. Rec. EqT.0. Jasper .. 250.00 North Fla. Telephone Co. service
) per Elementary .campus First of all it takes in Jasper Laundry & Dry Cleaners The Jasper News Sub. ...... 4.00
Now if a proposed county consolidated -sufficient quantity in order to be.enabled |II I L sundry Jail 19.43 Campell and Hall Inc..Books 295.14- : Reserve Bank. W. lift..3rd Suwannee. Block Co. Materials for Sept. .................... 19L15
school were to be erected on to offer a desirable and enriched I Co.kin ExterminatingControl Co. Pest HAMILTON GENERAL .Fm"D C'lI -- 883.50 Flag Pole ..,..,r.-ny... 38.25 There being no further business
k*I ........ State Treasurer County Indigent Ann C. MalpaS'Refund"'ostage before the Board, said Board ad-
some other site these facilities already program. None.of 1 r Jail : 8.00 COUNTY !INDIGENT Hospital Serivice.4th Quarter 987.50 Postage ... ..... 5.00 journed.
n hand would have to be schools in the county have such a I K"yo's Drug Store Drugs Jail Mrs. Mae Long .. ......... IS/!*) State Treasuere O>ntri. Sept 1013.91 Hollow-ay's Gas heater &2 cyls. ATTEST Thelma Lewis Clerk
duplicated. We do not believe that O'Tantitv of stvdentstoday.. On this Prisoners .......... 10.35 Louise Cribbs .............. 6.00 Bud Bullard Rent White Springs for colored Co. Agents office 70.90 !I Guy McGhin
many people would consider this score Jasper is just as fnuch' in Lang's Linens Jail ... 34.68 Eva Lee ............. 15.00 *-- n rice :iJ.OO; The J. O. Burch Co. supp.'Ct. Vice Chairman .
to be a very sound idea. need of a consolidated school as is I.Florida. Power Corp. Utilities_ _____ 477Home c Ida Mae Smith ...........;.... 10.00 TiU *- '''\n' ii'ouse .. ... .. '. 1.18
Gas Co 'as;: iailCity ;: .. o.m 4n _____ __ .
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When we first accepted the prin- either of the other school communities of Jasper Utilities' :::: 1350: -- \ -- -
of the Schoolwe of New buildings
cipalshi Jasper: High the county. John H. McCormick chat 63-363 ;
immediately recognized the fact would not necessarily mean a good Pavment 1/12 budget 1963

that this: school needed a new physical school. It take students to build. a 19P4( ................ ..... 357.5D:' :
plant as greatly as any placewe schooL. John' H. MsCormick Juvenile
had ever known. We did not lose I In presenting this, program designed Judge Sal. 70.00

a single month in trying to get this solely) : for quality educationwe Joseph P. HoDbman Juvenile -. ..... -
fact before the people. We have I have to appeal to many, differ Counselor SaL ............ 49.27
done this..in such a way that we do ent types of people in many differ- John H. McCormick County
(i i Judge's Fees ... ......'... 1162.50 '
Marie R. .Sager ;a native of Mon-f,WITNESSES CO. JUDGE COURT .v G t Set -For .
J. R. E. Lee Hits gomery''Alabama. Mr. Charles Bla-! Lonnie Morgan ........-... 4.80 t
lock ;a native of Taylor Robert L. Conner ....... A S?"* .rrtt '
New High InEnrollment Florida. A graduate of .Oxmty'I'J j Jerry Stewart .............. 3.10( MORE PROFIT '
I j Bill Sapp ................... 3.10
& M University.
R. B. Hunter Jr. ...... 3 rCa
J. R. E. Lee is happy to have j *l Jestes ........... 3.10 "
I J. R. E. Lee High School is making clubs organized "again.! Among'the !I! Geroge Anderson .......... 329 .. .
I progress under the ledaershipof organizations we have the Boy I Nancy Moody .............. 3.20 .:;; i. Ifl your own American Building! '
its new principal Mr. M. Sanders Scouts Cub Scouts. The 4-H Club Susan Anderson ............ 3.20 lei f, :
with the c'- peration of the :N 1"A"" ahd N'H'A flubs, Dramatic t

faculty' ,students. parents and i Ch"-' etc. .

friends. I The.confe} Miss J. R. E. Lee I ent ways. We have those whose children 1 ,, ,
Mr. M! Sanders is a native of I was launched the 20th of September finished school many years z

Grady County Georgia. He completed -! n T d will end l on the 28th of OctobetrWe 1 ago; we have some whose last Planned) and erected by American in weeks months! ,
his tjrdergrad studies at ask the cJ-o ratiori of I I children finished school only a few not

I Savanah State Colleg. Savannah I I every n a; I years ago and may feel that this
Georgia; graduate work at Atlanta We wisK to thank the P. T. A.I I program comes a little too late for
University Atlanta.We members for attending our first !I them and their children. Then we Your profits depend largely on your building no ful, spacious durable and functional. It can be all

\ have several new addtions to''''meeJing, and we urge them to :have those who do not wish to offend matter what industry yocr're in. An American biuld- steel or combined with your choice of other build-

our faculty. They are: Mrs. Freda !make they dite for our meetings a :I their friends or neighbors over ing,planned for, your needs, is a profit maker. You ing materials. American's unique features such as
Sanders; a native of Mitchell County special I : one of their calendar this issue. There may be those who '
Gen ''a. A Graduate of Albany Ojrv:. 'enrollment has hit a new ,are against this program simply get every square foot of space you buy with clear the Amer-Lure Color Panels present a colorful ex--

State College. Albany Georgia. ,.high-660 students and our Average (because someone else happens to spans up to 150 feet. And Americans mass manufacturing tenor that will mark your business as a distinctive
Mr A. W. Bowen; a native of Irwin I Dilly Attendance is 91'HWe j be. for it. know-how
I( pre-engineering and modern It's to advantage to
1 g County. Georgia graduate: of I are striving to make it 95<;/c. because I In the final analysis; however, many company. your own
Fort Valley State College Fort ,our teachers and, supplies I good schools are everybodys busi- special features mean lower costs for you. You'llhave your own building-and more to your advantage to

}I t Valley, Georgia. Miss Exa Dullard.a etc. are.based on our A. D. A. May I ness. It is the civic responsibility of a building'that: fulfills your every need. Beauti. make sure It's an American. .
\, native of Mitchell County Geor- we ext ect ,th< full co-operation of every citizen regardless of age or
gia..A gradate of Tennessee. Mrs. or parents. and friends. whether he has children in school
--- or not to help provide the very beSt'educational

M wi ; opportunities possible I .. ',. t. 1.
i for all the boys and girls of the com Two famous roof ytltm with char I... -

I i munity and county. Every petty spent vp 10 150 .f. ;-;
< consideration should be discarded
PEARLE: OPTICAL MEANS j I and. the paramount concern should low Initial cost-low COil! maintenance "
all -lets erection tint*.
:I be the greatest welfare of the ..

CLEAR COMFORTABLE VISION 1: children. The greatest contribution Many unique failures offeredexclusively ...,
I I and service that any community orcounty '
American.
by
can provide for its children :

AT REASONABLE PRICES... Al is to make possible an excellent Complete' planning and construction '''',..p
school with all its inherent
program .
service at no extra cost. '.,2Amertcan' -
benfits. This is the responsibltynow ;',," '

4at4YJ" fact g ,the citizens. of this coon versatility provides for art''.;, )
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r ty. ndftss variety of architectural ,. ". '
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..the eyes of every patient I L fustts a (font trareAovse vsfoff Tapered Aaerkm ffeeat-S reef syUens :,

r 1 r are thoroughly and sdentifi- : : lJr .
.,, catty remind for disease, i. t,..1

ties.defects If needed and visual, glasses abnormal.will be ,, :;.Amtiux. is ynit. wisest WUis ami eeafs" HilmI investment :., ;,}
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meats.And at Pearls. Optical I LOW : ':
,,'':' the inert complete 'Ofttee* secret V\dopt is the pace of nature: her COST LONG LIFE
":; trio lenrleet and glutei are patience ."Emerson :
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available the moat- reasonable ,Unlike button celluloid shoes! which collars and high ... .
came to a
cost. I well deserved end
patience -
on a
I grand scale seems destined :to f. (i.t compUle fads without obirgotFon-. or call, :
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disappear from the scene Large
first Qua f Snit VIsIea t des i trot hoe Reed Coatel I M : : : I I ly, we suspect these accelerat- .' ; AMERICAN BUILDERS
? *?>- ed f
days of (
I as shrinking horizons S
t.OIY $1A50 I $ are in large part respon- -- r- 3 i
AS P1dCE 75 .. I sible for the fall of patience _. : ; of Jacksonville .

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It is a and
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Pearl dry problem wiH be r rewarded
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;- October 11: 1963. '. -. -_ ."' '- 1'HE.. JASPER '.l NEWS- ,'. "JASPER.. FLORIDA, .- -, < "-: -' PAGE THRtL::
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Mrs. Rs H ..FishI ; :''PUOTES LAW ONLAND ,
:A ATTENDANCE HIGHIN Jimmy Williams HOSPITAL NEWS : '

COUNTY SCHOOLS. The Paul Tolars have purchasedthe i I, BURNING! .
Dies Af tor Fall PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL&OWfMrs.
1'q.r :
Monk Lashley home out on ,
School attendance for the first Th, Fbrida Forest Service Headq
41 north in Emma Prathsr, William. Os-
Road aim
are moving
month was exceptionally good act Jimmy Williams 66 of Jasper: -arte-s' i n Hamilton! County re-
cqpding 'figures'-: released from this'week. died in a Jacksonville Florida, hospital burn. Mrs. Teresa Blodgett. Jessie r'r's the following forest fire in-
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the office of:"Harry: T, Reid Superintendent !Mr. and Mrs.: Monk fey an' early ,Wednesday morning Mitchell Mrs. J. P Jones Mrs : fination for the: county fftf the

of Public :Instruction.. family have moved to Lake City from head injuries suffered in 'a 1 Doris Colhrm. Colored: : TheodoraGibtons ,fart seven day qericd.
All three white 'schools had 98% Willie Mae Joseph. Carrie ,'
fall
where he is in business. Tuesday. Number fires past week
Bell Morgan Janie Lee Henderson.
attendance. I. Air. Jimmy Williams, an electrician Acres burned....-....9
Carver.... with an attendance record t c"J' FUTURE TEACHERS ORGANIZEFOtt was working near the top Fires since Jan. 1, this year..45.
of 95% was highest for negro ,. 67Kp.Hsm.:. SYaso.z4t"OCrOBER'S 1994! of a television antenna at the homeof I PATTE3frsr DISCHARGED SINCE Fires same period last year...45.
schools. Jerry Jackson School came [ -- Charlie Levin Tuesday afternoon LAST WEEK: Mrs. Hattie Dawes, Acres burned since Jan. 1, this
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have been with The Future Teachers of the J. .
i second with 90% J. RI E. Lee BRIGHT. BLUE. building planted when he approximately Jb feet'Payton Bembry, George Wynn ......1S.9
year
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for the Fridaafternoon'
Chandler John H. S. organized
[.WEATHER" Lewis, Virginia, year Rachel
Mrs.
was lowest with 89% :Mrs. Mary'Collins,
burn
below.
to patio Procedure to lawfully your'own
Helen Hunt Jackson the compliments of Mary Francis Oct. There" are 30'mem a cement '
t He taken to Hamilton County Morgan Mary Dorman, Mrs. Net- land: In the past there has .
.'. __. Francis alLews bers and these the afficers- was
,10 suns and skies and clouds of June adlt..ry. are Mrs.
tie Reid. Mrs. Wynell Gill
to the legal
been inquiries as
Memorial Hospital here wherehe many
President Donnefl Vice i
And flowers of June together Register, Mattie McGhin, Deborah Nichols, bum land the law clearly
in critical condi- way to ,
'ways'alert for civic President Sharon Bennett Secretary was reported
improvement,
Ye cannot rival for one hourOctober's ; '
| Mary Sue.Collier: Kenneth Sikes. estates,
bright blue weather tCna the actual work and arranging, Dianne Carter; Treas. Ruth tion wth a fractured skull. He was I :
Colored: Betty Berville, Alberta for burnIng -
John Lewis from his Gren Nell !) rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital .l-u.gal procedure
When loud the humble bee make while nursery ; Reporter edge.Paula .
Locke, Oidie ,Pearl Hawkins, Ronald
I east of town graciously'donated the Hogan was chosen candi: in Jacksonville where he died Wednesc'ay land
haste
.
Williams, L. M.. Gaines. for ,
Not the outside date for the Ji H. S. morning. i i It Is unlawful any person
I Belated thriftless plants. only are Homecoming
vagrant Pearl 'either willfully or carelessly, to
planters planted but 4 indoor plants Queen. He had served as president of BIRTH Ben and Odie !
1 31I ,And golden rod is lying fast I burn fire to be set to, any
wishes'to Booster Hawkins, colored, are; parents of a or cause
And lanes with are fragrant are in place. Mrs. Polk The Future Teachers Club has the Jasper High School
grapes grass.uods, wild lands or
When all the lovely wayside things express her thanks as do we afi i definite aims recruitment for the Club for a number of years. He baby boy born October'8. I forest
j tenants of lands adjoining and surrounding
teacheing professrelievingteachers was active in School Booster Clubs
Their white winged seeds are t. the area to be burned,
I Mrs. Paricia Gaither of Boston on"the local scene and in Jennings and White Spring also.
I sowing : 3. P. M. in Sardis Church in said notice to be given in the presence
day
is the of her aunt Mrs. Ponce I
i And in the fields ,still green and guest otherwise promoting education Mr. Williams an electrician by Echols County. The Rev. Jerry of at least one witness or inwn'Ung
j\ fair ; J Sandlin. I This Club pays dues to the State [trade, was a former employee of
Vir less than one nor more
Richards,- assisted by the-Rev. not
1 t t and
.Late aftermaths are growing National organization. They the Florida Power Corporation.
; Mrs. Myrtle'; White Mrs. McthaMcCain : gl Brooks officiated Mrs. FrankCulpepper I''than ten days prior to such burningor
When springs 'run low, and on the have a charter, 1961 and seal for I| Survivors are his wife Mrs. Thel-
!' and Mr. and Mrs. George sang: two songs. Na: Tearin to fail to take reasonable pre-
Farmers of brooks I i each Mrs. Blanch Perry the Williams tow sons
year. Jasper
,Hamilton County, ma ; I of
L. Smith went Sunday afternoon to Heaven, arj IT Mert You Tn caution against the spreading
may I call your attention to a few In Ode golden faieghting, : sponsor has the honor for having I James L. Williams, ,Jacksonville: ad-
Tnomasville to attend a School of .I r The Morning. Rev. and Mrs James fire to other lands by providing
tractor safety rules. In all there Bright leaves sink noiseless in the for written the material used in the Thomas B. Williams, High Point, lines and
Design in flower arranging the Pearson accompanied by Mrs. Ida equate fire manpower
17 rules to remember about a ,, hush I i activities. This was awarded, her ,N. C. ; one sister, Mrs. Avie Thag- for the control -
Fall and Christmas seasons. Kinsey : Glad Reunion Day. fire-fighting equipment
tractor. They ,Of woods, for winter waiting I in a workshop ,at Uof Florida. I gard, Blounststown. sang
are as follows.: ; I: Pallbearers were: Active Leland 1 1I of such fire, or to watch aver
1. Be sure the' gear shift lever is ,When comrades seek sweet coun-j I Rev. Sayer Canova had a birth- *t j[ Funeral Services will be held I I I Herring, Donald Herring, Edgar said fireuntil it is extinguished, or
I in mitral before starting: the engine: try haunts day last week. It was also the 2nd The Jasper 4-H girls had a cake Friday at4 p.m. in the Jasper Herring, Eugene Blair, Perry Cog- to permit fire to escape to adjoinin
2 Always engage the clutch'gent- ';By twos and,twos together, anniversary of his pastorate of the sale, Saturday Oct. 5 and as being I!Methodist Church. I'gins, and William Culpepper. Hoot lands; provided, however, that no
Jy especially when going up hill And count like misers hour by hour .t"U'D Ix1St Churcn. I smart young'ladies they took their ; Interment will be in Evergreen i iI t orary, Lyde Thomas Leon Raul- notice shall be required to be givenof

or pulling out of a ditch. October bright blue weather. ware where the crowd was-down I I Cemetery. I lerson, Joe Sandln, Jr.*, R. E. Dow the setting of fire in a forest protection
3. When driving on highways or j I Miss Linda Lou McNeil is arriv to the Suregas place. They sold Harry T. Reid Funeral Home is dy Leland Dasher, Cosy Brown: district where written per-
to and from fields be sure that both'" Mrs.! Clarance Howe, Live Oak ing this Friday fioin Atlanta to most delicious homemade cup in charge. I,Interment was in Carter Cemetery I mission to set such fire has been

,wheels are braked simultaneouslywhen Mrs. Ponce Sandlin, Mrs. Patricia spend' the weekend with her par cakes and made $13.95.: I 'Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was obtained from a duly appointed
making an emergency st p. Guther of Bartow, Miss Marion ents. Mr. and Mrs. G C. McNeilL Those' working and contributingfood I,! RAY CARTER j I II I in charge of the arrangements. fii'warden. J. W. Kelly Forester
4. Always ride on the seat or Worley Mrs. Graham Black formed She will bring with her a young were: Sue Ard, Terry BonnelH I Ray Carter 51 well known residentof platform of tractor. Never ride on a congenial party Sunday afternoon lady ,who will be a guest also of uecca Dedge Rita Hayes, Con- Echols County Georgia died last '

drawbar.of tractor or drawn ample to .visit ,the Leon Worley's in the McNeils. nie Mills* Nora Evelyn Norris, Vir- Thursday i nthe Veterans Hospitalin I e4 a Bl/l dn eo. ifilli/R)ti/t _

snent.. I'Valdosta.: pleasant feature of the gina Patterson, Jessie Philips, I, Augusta, Ga. Mr. Carter was a I
5. When' tractor is hitched to a ':for a tour of the now famous Gar- Sunday schools are continually Marie Phillips, Lillian Riley, Eula ,,farmer and native of Echols County. IN THE FL'TURE-68 in the
rstump or heavy load always hitch j+visit was when the hosts took them plagued with the problem of I May Starling, Sherry Andrews .
will be here to assure you
to the puH bar and never take up 'den Center., .Bagk--to the Worley motions' 'in the adult pro-I I These young} ladies we uoo.erI I Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lo- s past, We
the slack of chain with a jerk. home for coffee and home1' made I No one wants to be Juanelle Walker. rene Culpepper Carter, two daugr- of finding the building materials
6. Be careful when working on I I brownies.. Miss Worley joined her an older group Age has become an ,stand will have a float in.the J. H. i iers. Miss Sandra Carter, Miss Jon need. .Call on m soon-In fact
hfflsides. Watch out for holes or brother and sister in this hospitality .ugly name and a muted subject. "I S. homecoming parade Glenda Carter ,all of Echols County e TODAY!
ditches into which a wheel may to the Jasper friends. The world is gaged to the youth-I' I Funeral services were held Mon-
drop and cause the tractor over I not leamed-psycba1cgy. :Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lane of tr
turn. Mrs. Martha McCain of Orlando S .' I'Tampa were breakfast guests of who went I
and Mrs. F M .Hancock
T.When going down steep hills or is up for a visit to her mother Mrs.T. Truth is-old age is catching, their aunts Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. to the World* Series were last heard 1 USED T-V

grades, always keep the tractor in T. Law and her sisters. and it becomes one to be careful of I Hyman,. Wednesday. .Morning. from in Los Angeles.

gear. I I This is another of the big families -one's 'associates. I Jasper is shocked at the sad I ONLY $50
8. Always drive the tractor at of sisters.,. ;. Seems if Sunday school wer.e'i death of Mr.: Jimmy Williams. His Mrs. Raeburn C. Home entertained r
speeds slow enough to insure safety I ;Mrs.. ,Lula'.Wetherington Law is! more intent on the study of the I life contacted: so many-young and for her sister Mrs. Margaret USED Y
especially over rough ground or the mother.: The 6 daughters are Word and not the school status it I old. His place is vacant. Farnamt on last Thursday evening -
near ditches. Martha: ,McCain Orlando; Anette wouldn't make much difference at a dinner' at the Madison i

Reduce speed before making a I Mitchell, Ocala' ;jiyrtle White, Es- byi whom you. sit.. Mrs. Raymond* CamP Jr. and County Country Club. The group of Refrigerator '...
turn or applying brakes. The ha- sie jSmith, Marie- Goolsby, Vivian Mrs Graham Black visited Mrs. friends are of long standing since I
zard of overturning, the tractor increases Manning, BlL of Jasper. The Jasper Home DemonstrationClub Dan Braswell and Mrs. K. Griner i the Knight family moved to Jasper
four times when speed is There are' .r wo sons. Eight children had its regular meeting. in the wife of the late Senator Griner of many years ago. Esther Knight Electric trouble? ONLY $75
doubled I 'living;' Power lounge Thursday, afternoon Cross City both patients in Pine- married!! Raeburn Home of here Don't get nerVous..Just .
10 Always stop power takeoff before I as. Oct.3. Margaret Andrews president. view Hospital Valdosta on Tues I I and Ruth Knight married a Jasperman call on me SEE THEM
dismounting from tractor. Mrs. Grace Polk phoned me the Mamie Lewis gave the' devotional day. also now of. Jacksonville Col. For quick safe service.
11 Never dismount from tractor i very special news that the plantersat Tentative.plans were made for the f Russell Frink BEFORE YOU BUY!

when it is in motion. Wait until it ,' the new Chamber. Commerece Jasper Club's participation the ".. Irs.-James E. Shepherd wife of Jasper friends invited were Mrs
stops. |r= :; -,-j|,' ,1. .j, ., 't. '"' -- Chiisntlas party""'which a countywide the late R v.ISh pberd once Metho I Ponce Sandlin, Mrs.; Leonard Register

12 Never. permit persons other j 1 I;i affair. dist pastor here was called to Mrs. Graham Black, Miss O '
than the driver to ride on the tractor or forget what you are doing, if The Stephen Foster Festival was Camella, Ga. on Monday where her Marian Worley and Mrs. John v / .
when it is in operation. 'I loyu want. to stay in a healthy con- discussed-and the sale of biscuits sister Mrs. Freeman is very ill.I (Patricia Burdette) Gaither of Bar-.
13 Never stand between tractor dition. and ham was again approved.The She was accompanied by her chil- tow, Mrs. Sandlin's neice. BU/LDFRS >rLFCTR CAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES*

and drawn implement when hitch- Dennis..Smith I I study for the afternoon was dren Mr. Foster Snepherd1'and Mrs : .
ing. Uuse an iron hook to handle .. Jasper Senior 4-H Club "Accent on Accessories." This was Henry Vickers. Miss Ann Greer has returned to yI
drawbar. . I given by Lois Curry, MargaretAndrews Sees I the Jasper Hotel after seven weeks
14: Do not put on or remove belt 1 The meeting of the Jennings 4-H and Wylma White Home Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp and Mr. tour of Europe.
from belt pully while the pulley is Club was called to order at 10:30 Dem. Agent.
in motion. II with 37 members, ,preent. Officers The} Club goes in for authoritative I..
15. Should engine overheat, be elected were: study of home problems.The .
careful when refilling radiator. I President Bin Butler 9t 4 let-smooth Luxury CHEVROLET

17. When tractor is attached to a I I Vice President Avon Frier W. S. C. S. of the Jasper

.power implement, be sure that aD j I Reporter Wade Murphy church met Monday' at a "Covered
power line shielding is in place. Secretary Charlie Runyon dish luncheon" at the home of
l i
Please be safe with your tractor. :(I County Councilmen Wade Howell :Mrs. Cecil Sandlin. There were I
Thousands are injured or killed : Mr. Andrews talked about projects J about. 20 in attendance. .' d
_every year by tractors and in 1 I" >and.the 4Club.. I The study 'lesson' The church I s f
nearly every accident carelessnesswas I I The meeting was adjourned and it's delation to the community"1
the cause. Don't take chances, : Reporter Wade Murphy was conducted by :Mrs. Billy Pen-( !
I nington who presented a real shah 4 .; .Tk ;2RItI
--- 1 ilenge.1,9"W'. S. C. S.: member-].' ;
***** i ":\ :,, :,< '
ti 1 About School Bus Routes 1 I'I'"t"" '\"'" .. ," '"

IF SCHOOLS ARE: CONSOLIDATEDMuch ', Key and Kevin Arrington are* fl
this week with the grand-1 ---
spending
.. __
has been said about the children having to ride, ,I parents Mr. and Mrs Walter t I j
Dedge while the John Arringtons
l greater distances to attend the Hamilton High School I I are on a business trip to New York K

Here are the facts. The State Department of Education commis1S I 3 r .. ? I .

:' will conduct a survey and the best plan for ,the I I" )
business in N w York so the wives
children will be instituted.A I'accompamea them. 'iViey went by t

high school bus from the general area of Jet. John Amngton is one of the 9l

the Corinth Baptist Church will come straight into I City Commissioners. Y. 7
the week Mrs. Gary
the Hamilton High School. Another high school bus Dedge e1'and en Mary. Walt and William

will come from the general area of Burnham Christ of- Jacksonville will be corning" inev I : :

ian Church, so that children in these areas will not with the Walter Dedge's I :
while Gary is on business for jT
away ;
have to ride to Jennings before coming on to the New the Hudson Paper Co.S ,,
Hamilton High School. r"

All of the other areas of the County: will be in- The W. M, U. (Baptist Cburches- ,. ... y'
o_tiser4ed a'bay of Instruction over .t s .4
_i I! luded in this, survey, so;'that all childrenSvill be on in Tallahassee last Friday Oct. 4. .. r

the busses the shortest possible time.HARRY Going from the First Baptist
church Mrs. W. B. Lewis --- -
were ------- -
T. REID -K : :
1'1 Mrs. H. M. Curry, Mrs. Cecil Vann f,. -
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r PAGE: FOUR '. THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FIORIDA. 1 -:: Friday October 11 1963


.' Frank Matthews A. B. Tyree .
: ,>' E. V. Stormant, Johnny Butler Does'Year ;:: r OUR APPRECIATIONWe with all furnishings and personalpossessions -

I"_ NOTICE OF SCHOOL.CONSOLIDATION < I Those such resolution voting against were the as adoptionof follows: "What Bible Say? .--J JI wish to sincerest 1 I I were completely destroyed .:

express our -
None .. by fire. .
ELECTION The Board of Public Instruc- am speaking about the omni- not exceed the bnmds of th Appreciation for many gestures of '

tion of Hamilton County zation cf the church about which one church over which they were }1 kindness extended us during the We pause in prayer and gratitudefor i

:. A RESOLUTION OF THE Board of Public Instruction for by Florida.Clyde Hunter,Its Chairman yo Ucan read in the New Testament appointed (ordained) to rule. ReadI time and.since the time our home, the extent and depth of Irle d. I:
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC the purpose of financing the acquiring APPROVED I, ship as has been evidenced to ua)jy
:
I One thing is for sure it says the : Peter 5:1-2 a.Acts 20:28. Under I.I
TION OF HAMILTON COUNTY building!: and furnishing Thomas D. Bailey II valuable tokens of of '
FLORIDA. CALLING A SPEC a consolidated Hamilton County State Superintendent of Public same as mine and I can plainly i the overesighf. of these eleders orj 1:I replacement 1'

IAL HOLDERS ELECTION OF BY SPECIAL THE ,FREE TAX High School at including the present site Jasper improvements Instruction of the State of read where Christ is it's head Colo-bishops there was appointed (or-}I: 'the church to the Father that he so many of the things lost withinour r;I
Florida home and for the hospitality
SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER Elementary School site inr ATTEST: Harry T. ReidSuperintendent sians, 1:18. and that each local con I j1gragation cllined) net who were called servants ,may be all in all I Cor. 15:24-26. generous I
ONE OF HAMILTON COUNTY Jasper Florida the principal of If of those who invited us to
: of Public had it's framework i i you are a member of agroup
within : ,cr deacons. Their primary |I J
FLORIDA TO BE HELD ON and Interest on said bonds shall Instruction of Hamilton home with them until '
,which we
has be
THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER be paid from a special ad valorem County Florida 1 Elders (plural) who were also work consisted of taking care of : jdemoccatic form of at 4

A. 'D. 1961, TO DETERMINE tax levied on all taft ble property Sept. 27, Oct. 4, ll, 18 called pastors (plural) or Bishops the temporal or physical affairs of church government or any form might re-establish our own home, '{
WHETHER in said a7d for the i I
D/strlcttf
F BONDSBE not parallell with that taught in these together with courtesies and
SAID DISTRICT $ prompt payment of said principal !'also (plural( read Ephesians j fire I membership leaving the elders

'- ISSUED IN THE AMOUNT OF and interest the full faith and SPLkIAL JfOTICK OF ELECTIOY IN I'''P 4:11, Acts 2017 14:23. Each of i free to perform the task of over- !:the New Testament then you are assistance extended us in so many 11
TAX SCHOOL. DISTRICT!!
FOUR HUNDRED THOUSANDDOLLARS credit of said Special Tax School : other We thank all.
not member
ftne you
a o body of Christ ; ways.
BY SAID DISTRICT District Number One shall be AO. HAMILTON COUNTY these officers must meet certain 'seeing the flock (spiritually). These.

WHEREAS. The Board of Public pledged FLORIDAThe I spiritual requirements as set forth J servants must be capable of teach- 1 I the church for which he died Thruogh our friends cur distressed -

Instruction of Hamilton County, FlorIda ___.___,._... For Bonds following resolutions, calling j which he hearts were cheered at a
by resolution passed and adopt _._... Against Bonds an election to be held in Special in I Tim. 3d- and in Titus 159. i ing "H lding fast the mystery of I purchased with his own

ed on the 28th day of June, A. D_ INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: If Tax School District No. 1 of Hamil From these inspiried readings it is 1 the faith" I Timothy 3813. i I blood Eph. 5:25 Acts 20:28, and time when friendship meant so )
1963 did determine that a petition you are in favor of the issuance ton County, Florida were adopted at !' the church of which he is savior. much. '
a meeting of the Board of Public In- very easy to determine that these The faith of doctrine
presented to said Board on eald date of the bonds, place an X" in or system 1 j )1
proposing the issuance of aerial the space to the left of the ruction of Hamilton County. Florida .- terms or names for these officersin 1 presented in the New Testament is Eph. 5:23. Cor. 15:24 Matt; 16:18. Sincerely and gratefully.
bonds in the sum of Four Hundred words, "For Bonds" held at its office in the Courthouse : Eph. 5: (-27. "SETARCH THEi Mr. and Mrs. Emmet B. Jordan
Thousand Dollars for the purpose of r If you are not in favor of the in Jasper Florida on the 3rd each local curch are used inter tno] longer a mystery as several pas i SCRIPI1JRE'Kepnetb-

acquiring, building and furnishing issuance of the bonds place an day BE of September. 1963. changably and that a plurality of !sages point out that Gcd's truth ,i White Springs Florida
IT
a consolidated Hamilton County I ',C" mark in the to the left I RESOLVED AND ORDERED .
space E.
High School Including site improve- of the words "Against Bonds" By The Board of Public Instruc >1 these men were appointed (ordained has been revealed ccmpleterv in: Thomas. Box 226
STAPLES
ments at the present Jasper Ele- SECTION 8. The Superintendent of Lion of Hamilton County Florida in ) in every local church. the New Testament. Read Eph. Jennings Evangelist Oak STAPLERS and .I

mentary School site in Jasper, Florida 'Public Instruction of Hamilton Couny meeting duly assembled: (6:19 and Colossians 1:25Where I Grove Church of Christ THE JASPER NEWS
was in order and that the projects Florida Is hereby authorized, empowered Section 1. That an election be, and There was no such thing as "A :}
the same is hereby called to be held I ''p3"il: olainlv affirms that the i .
for which bonds were pro and directed to have printed in ]Pastor" or "The Pastor' 'and no ; gospel
posed by said petition were essential on plain white paper a sufficient Special Tax School District -No. 1 such titles is no longer a mystery. We !
for the school program of the said number of the aforesaid bal. of Hamilton County, Florida the said as the reverend or :
paper
County, and that it was necessaryto lots and to deliver them to the In District being co-extensive with the I]mast reverend or even plain rever- have: all of the revelations that God .

Issue bonds in the said amountto specters and Clerks of election on or determine boUndaries of the Hamilton County to end and.so and so. Read the New is ever going to give us in this life
the proposed projectsfor before the following matters
complete date and time for the '
said district and that such bonds opening of the polls at the respective and things by a majority of- the Testamjent through and you will end' you cannot ah p that whch is

should be issued for such .purpose, voting places to be used in the allots cast!! by electors qualified to not find perfect, read Jambs 1:25 and IE YOURfCHILDREN'
holding and conducting. of the said vote at sue leetlott, except that the even Christ referred to as 3:16-17. > DESERVEf
and.WHEREAS three Timothy If ;receives
anyonc
the said Resolution'passed election. persons receiving the. highest 'Reverend" nor any of the in- "
and adopted by,the said Board SECTION t. The Superintendent of vote for School Trustee at said election spired apostles. On any further revelations these ,
shall be ,one occasion
declared :
of Public Instruction of Hamilton Public Instruction School Trustee
County, Florida, on the 28th day of ty Florida is hereby Hamilton directed Coun to it said election;.,prtovided. that not Christ ,even refused that title of last: ays, he had better keep it to BETTER SCHOOLS .

June, .A.D. 1963. was duly approvedby publish a Notice of such election more elected than from one Trustee shall be "Good'-Matt 19:16-17, and the title himself, as God pronounces a curse I .... .. .
of Pub any one residence :
State Superintendent
the hereby called ,
and directed to be held anv who would teach anything
lie Instruction of the State of Florida In THE' JASPER NEWS district for which a County Board Reverend is found once applied !i tt"V'n
and by the State Board of Educationof of general circulation, a In newspaper said- Member is provided for by law. there to God Pslams 111:9. different from that which has al- .
the State of Florida and certified Special Tax School District Number FIRST. Who shall be the School :ready been revealed i rsthe Bible. '.\
D. Trustees of said Special Tax School The jurisdiction of these leaders
Honorable Thomas
by the Bailey One in Hamilton County, Florida o ,
Read Galatians
District No. 1 1:6-10.
Superintendent of of Hamilton County i
State Said Notice
tttruction of the State of Florida least once each shall week be for published four consecutive at- and Florida, for the ensuing two ,years j I We learned up to this point that VOTE, "YES" FOR .., .

and Secretaryof' said State weeks with the first publication the Bible is perfect and that within
Board of Education of the state of thereof Second, The number of mills of FLORIDA a
Florida, on the 20th,day of AugustA. to be not less than district school tax to be levied and IN RE: Estate of it's pages God has pointed :out I '
thirty days .
prior to the
date of said collected .. SCHOOL BONDS'NOVEMBER
D. 1963: special annually for the next ensuing Troy 31. V. Deceased I what
NOW THEREFORE, election. This Resolution, of two years for support and NOTICE OF PROBATE are organization of the churcho |
B1J IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF which this Notice Is a part, may be maintenance of schools. The State of Florida To All fthe Bible must be. i '
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF Incorporated in and published as apart Section :. That said election be Persona Interested in The Estate of I
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. of the said Notice which said and the same is hereby called to Said Decedent: j I Therefore in the first century i 5

THAT: Notice shall be in substantially the be held on Tuesday, the 6th. day of You are hereby notified that there was na writ such thing as an j
following formNOTICE : November A. D.. between certain spoken words of said
SECTION 1. A special election Is 1963 the de-1( ''
hereby ordered and called by the OF SPECIAL ELEC- hours of 7 o'clock A :M. and I ceased which constitute the nuncu-J ecclesiastical of government, I
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TION OF FREEHOLDERS OF 7''' o'clock P. M. I pative will of said deceased, under and we ran not read 'of the many 1]
OF HAMILTON COUNTY SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS That the ,polling places shall be the the laws of the State of Florida has "Synods"
"Councils"
to be held in said Special FLORIDA. TRICT NUMBER ONE OF HAM places occupied and used for the been admitted to probate in said :: "Presbyteries" I 4I
ruth 6th ILTON COUNTY FLORIDA holding of Primary and General i Court. and General Assemblies" as .
District Number ) ; TO ,I -- -- -
day of November 1961, to determine DETERMINE WHETHER'.TIlEBOARD Elections in the respective election'I You calendar are hereby commanded withinsix well as "conferences" which are t.
for and on OF districts where such election shall months from the date
Board
the said :
whether PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
behalf of the said District, shall Issue OF HAMILTON COUNTYFOR be held and that the qualified electors :ef the first publication of this notice now in existance. They all originated *GAS GAGS'

serial bonds in hehundred AND ON BEHALF OF residing In the said, election dist- to if appear in said Court and show with uninspired men and not I
cause
Thousand

ict shall be qualified and. eligibleto any you can, why the action
amount of Four SAID SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL vote in the of said Court in admitting said Will with God In these deligatesion men
bear districts
respective
and to
Dollars, (400000.00 DISTRICT NO. 1 to
HAMILTON probate should
Interest at a rate or rates not In COUNTY FLORIDA" SHALL of their residence. ed. not sand unrevok- 1.rate' laws' antS: rules to govern AND SOU( TOO W UYEU.WITH .

excess of six (6%) per centum per ISSUE BONDS OF SAID, ,DISTRICT Section 3. That only electors residing John II. McCormick these various systems of govern I. WAS T11: NO tiE JOY OVER

annum,be such determined rate or rates upon of the Inter-par MATURING SERIALLY District within who'said are Special qualified Tax electors School County Judge, Hamilton ment. If.on1)s we could learn the DENTIST a YE.LED r THE SERVICE AND
est to FROM JANUARY 1ST, 1965 .TO Florida N
ParllFSS?
value of said bonds and to mature JANUARY 1ST. 1984, INCLUSIVE. entitled to vote In elections pertaining First Publication on Sept. 20. 1963 i important message set forth by the i BIT HIM SATISFACTION AT
,serially from January 1st 1965 to Notice l 1& hereby given that a defined to Special Tax School Districts Sept. 20, 27r Oct 4, 11 apostle John 3n Tt John 9. "Whoso I '
January 1st 1984, both Inclusive.Said as by and in accordance with
special election will be
held
1
bonds shall bear date as of the n the Constitution and Statute of the ever transgresseth and abideth not
D.. 1964, and Special Tax School District Number State of Florida shall be IN CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
A. qualifiedand
First day of January,
in the doctrine
One of Hamilton of Christ
County Florida a JUDICIAL hath not
entitled CIRCUIT IN
shall be issued for the purpose of d to vote in said election, AND
financing the costs of acquiring, the several polling places in sai that is to say all qualified elector FOR HAMILTON COUNTY God". What is the fate of one with
consolidated District where the last general election who pay a tax on real personal FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
furnishing
building and a Goi To
out : ? ask is to answer We
,
ALJIAHL'\'E.' .
PAUL. Pl
blUff
held said district
Hamilton County High School In was throughout property; that the Supervisor of -
eluding site Improvements at the on the 5th day of NovemberA. Registration of the County of Ham RODEnT .\'s- )are saved by the grace of God

present Jasper Elementary School r., 1963. In accordance with i a ilton, State of Florida 'shall be, and IX TilE LEE NAME TAtTU AND Defendant through obedience to his will, and
BY
site In Jasper Florida within said resolution passed' and adopted b y she hereby is requested to furnish THE
I
AUTHORITY OF to be without God i is
TliK STATE OF i to be without
,
District and shall be in denominations the Board of Public Instruction o f the Board of Public'' Instruction of FLORIDA,
of One Thousand Dollars Hamilton County, Florida, on th cert.- TO ROBERT LEE PAUL salvation How tragic. Christ
1000.00 each, and shall be subjectto 3rd day of September 196S, to detemae residence and address is Unknown.whose ,plainly taught that if'we follow*the
call on or after ten years from whether -the said Board of in said Special Tax School District, A sworn bill of
the date of issuance and on any Public Instruction of Hamilton County who are qualified electors entitled been filed in this Court complaint against having doctrines of men it is vain worship
Interest payment date upon the Florida :for and on behalf of to vote in said election as defined the relief thereirf sought you Matt 15:&-9. Healso taught that1every
terms and conditions as hereinafter aid Special Tax School DistrictNumber by and in accordance with the Con divorce and other relief being '
set forth and provided by the said 11 One shall issue serial bonds stitution and Statute of the State to Answer Said complaint you are reQuired pjant which has been planted Low Price $6.95 PHONE

Board. The said special election In the principal amount of FourI of Florida. or before November- rat. 1963. fur on |by: his heavenly Father shaD be NIGHT
shall be held In accordance with an (Hundred Thousand ($400.000.00)Dollar. Section 4. That the ballot used in nishing to C. A. Avriett. Jasper,'' rooted up. Matt"15:13.oj PER CYLINDER '
:
under the requirements and in compliance .- to finance the cost of acquirinfr. said election shall be substantially Florida Plaintiffs Attorney SYcamore 28001HOLLOWAY'S '
with the terms of Section'17, building and furnishing a In the following form: thereof, else deere pro vonfesso.a copy J Th P n, ..irch of Christ i$ a monarchy CASH ON DELIVERY ;!, : ,
Article XII. of the Florida Co nstitution. consolidated Hamilton County High Special Tax School District Election will be entered against you. Quist ...
.- School Including site improvement. For Hamilton County Florida Witness my hand and the is it's supreme1 head -
SECTION 2. Upon completion of at present' Jasper; Elementary School Held November' 5th. 1963 seal of this Court at Jaiper Florida JICoL 1:18, It has no organization '' "

the project In the prior Resolution site in Jasper Florida. and within) 1. Ballot for election of Trustees: this 27th day of September A. D1965. J'larger or smaller than the "Localcorsregation" I
of the said Board and this Resolution said District. Said, bonds shall be Instructions to Voters: .
any proceeds from the sale of dated on the tat da r of January. A Indicate your choice by mark Thelma Lewis It has no earthly

said bonds which remain unused and D., 1964, and shall bear Interestfrom ing*X after the name of .the Clerk Circuit Court of Hamilton headquarters: it's headquarters ain Pe
unexpended In such project shall be the date thereof until paid at a person or persons of your l County Florida "
heaven
applied to any other exclusive Use rate not to exceed six per centum choice for the position of by Alice Jones D. C. where it's head Christ is,
of the public schools within the said per annum and payable semiannual- trustee or by writing the (SEAL) where he shall rule until all enemies _
School District as shall be deemedreasonable ly on the lit day of January andthe name of the person or personsof C. A. Avriett I shall be 8
and proper by the saidBoard rat day of July respectively of your choice for the position Jasper Florida destroyed the last 512 51
of, Public Instruction of Hamilton each year and shall be In the denomination and marking an "J." thereat October 4, 11, 18, 25 i I being death then he shall deliver L.. J HOU-OWAY

County, Florida, and as maybe of One Thousand ($1.000.00) ter.Vote -,- ,--
recommended in the current Dollars each, and said bonds shall be for three persons!> for e -,- ';' -i. ".A .,.,.M"......._ ""'.J7-:'"_ -------" -----AA&&& ----...--...--...------------...-...----...--...---...-----
ten ---------------------------- ----------- --- -- ------
school plant survey report of Hamilton callable beginning not later than Trustees of the District: .
County, Florida or any proceeds years from the date of issuance!!
which remain shall be applied upon terms to be prescribed' by theRalel
against any outstanding 'principal, Board of Public Instruction!! of
and interest which remain 01 the v milton County Florida and snail
said bonds. mature serially on the bt day of. OPEN SOON !
SECTION 3. The Registration I January 1965 to the tat day of January Completely
Books of said Special Election shall 1984. both 2. Ballot for school tax. district.
remain open for the registration of All duly qualified uelectors of said millage levy:
qualified electors who are freehold"J Special Tax School District Number Instructions to Voters r Indicateby
ers residing In said One of Hamilton County Florida marking an "X in the
office of the Supervisor of Registration who are freeholders and who space after line one whetheryou
of Hamilton County Florida. In have registered not later than thirty favor the proposed millage
Jasper; Florida between the hoursof days previous, to said election levy which Ig necessary for Furnished Home :
Nine o'clock (9:00) AJX. and five be qualified' and entitled to vote on the approved school term. If Model
o'clock (6:00) P.M.. Sunday excepted. the question of the issuance of said you favor ,a different millage
through the.5th day of October, 1963. bonds: ,__4 H| levy., write the levy you favor
SECTION 4. The special election I Harry ReidSuperintendent after line two. -L1
hereby called and ordered shall beheld of Public 1. Estimated millage levy required :

on the 6th day of November. Instruction!! of Hamilton for regular term: As Pictured Below At .
A.D. 1963. and shall beheld and con County, Florida. Ten ((10) Mills __.__ _
ducted at the polling places in the : SECTION 10. The Supervisor of i. Other Millage Levy: 0
several election districts and precincts Registration of Hamilton County
where the regular electionsof {I Florida, is hereby authorized and directed Section 5. That notice of said
said County are held and where to make up and certify a list of election shall b& given by publication LynnKINGSBERRY:
the last General Election of said tan qualified registered electors reside once a weep; for four success- : .
District was held throughout the ing in said District who are freeholders ive weeks prior to the date fixed ;
District. In the event the polling 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 circulation : : : : :
election from any the date furnished to the inspectors and throughout said Hamilton Estates ,;
fixed for said ::i1nn. the said clerks of the election at each place, County. HOMES
Board 'of Public Instruction of Ha- where the votes are tell be cast at NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE IS
milton County, Florida does hereby said election and a certified copy ofsuch HEREBY GIVEN that under and
reserve the right to forthwith fix list shall be filed and preserved by virtue of and in accordance
and designate another and differ I among the records of the.said Boardof with the foregoing resolutions an MODEL HOME NO'VOVER
ent polling place or places within. Public Instruction' of Hamilton election will be held on Tuesday,. : 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-
said District for such purpose. County Florida. the 5th day of November A.D. 1963.
SECTION E. That It SECTION 11 This Resolution shall between the hours of 7 o'clock A.M. NEARING COMPLETION
that a Special State Election appearing and be published .in full by the Superintendent 'cial and 7 o'clock P.M., within said Spe- Home Ownership Is Very Simple
the election to be held by the Boardof of Public Instruction ot Hamilton Tax School District No. 1. to be

Public of Trustees Instruction of said for Special the election )is- I week for County.four (4)Florida consecutive once weeks each clerks conducted to be by named election for inspectors the nnrnnso and PRIZES AWARDED ON OPENING DAY! I When Handled by Experienced

in the JARPRTI NEWS. a newspaper of determining whs1iaif'b School i
tract is to be held Pictured
,La L on .the same date of general -circulation i* said Special I Trustees of said Special Tax School if model D-90-2B1 a typical example of

ordered UKc.jrci.ioa that the said nerefy Inspectors cajiea it and IS Tax School District Number One of I District and to determine the num Lynn Lake Estates .". People! .
ber of
mills
Clerks of election of said Special Hamilton County. Florida the first of district school tax to ..s
State Election and aid publication thereof shall be not less I be levied and collected annually
rict Election hall also Special Dist than thirty ((30) days prior to the : within said Special Tax School Dlst '
act as the TOWNSEND HOMES CORP
I rict
for
the
Resolution shall
Inspectors and Clerks of the bond said election. This ensuing two years for
'.
election hereby called and be published as a part of the Noticeof support and maintenance of schools
that
the
same be held under the terms said Special bond election as authorixed Done at Jasper Florida, on this
law and la compliance with Statutes of 'I by Section 236J8 and 236,39 the.3rd day of September, A.D. 1963. WILL BUILD
applicable thereto and the Statutesapplicable of the Florida Statute. The Board of Public In
to, the SECTION 12. After the said special struction- of Hamilton -

Bond their returns Election of and the holding that results they of of make such said I results bond election thereof has determined been held and and it has the Copy By: .Clyde Florida Hunter. ::1 ,::.! 3-bedroom. 1 or 1/ bath 1

,election as provided j been determined that a majority of Chairman 4 ,
SECTION C. The by polling law. places,*the qualified Electors who are freeholders Attest: Harry, Reid. ;: BRICK HOME "

shall be open at the respective vot- 1{ have..voted 'in favor, of the Superintendent of Public .
inc places on the date of the "issuance of the bonds to be issued Instruction for Hamilton i I
said I
special _
under the terms el this Resolutionand County, Florida
election from .
Seven (7:00) o' ON YOUR
LOT ,
clock a.m. until Seven (7:00) o'clock it has been determined that the Sept. 27. Oct. 4. 11. IS
p.m. on said date. Only aid bonds shall be issued then the .i
electors duly qualified Mid Board of Public Instruction ofHamilton IN .; :
residing said District who THE COUNTy JCDGITS V.A. No Down Payment
are freeholders will be County Florida, shall issue OOtTRT IN AND
permitted to FOR
vote in District bond its fUrther'Resolution providing ILTON OUNTY. FLORIDA HAM .F.H.A. Minimum Down,
proved for
election; however the Issuance ef said bonds and IN PROBATE
any qualified elector residing,In that the providing for the terms. conditionsand I L.1lE: Estate ef .__ (Small Closing Cost)
the further mechanic .
.District of the TROT
who is M. VArCXTV. -
a freeholder
vote In Mid bend election may Issuance, sale and proper and legal WOTICB TO CREDITORS Deeeys.4 Other Type Financing Available
upon com-
handling of jrueh-lssu ef,bonds, and To All
plying with the provisions and Creditors and All
requirement Persons
of subsection (d) of See such other matters In connection HaviBg Claims or Demands Against
lion 100.141 of the Florida Statute. therewith as may be necessary re Said Estate; I Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramore
levant and aaviseaT
such ,
issue
SECTION 7. The form of the to Ton and;each of
toe are hereby
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ballot to be used at said special of bonds. and not InSmsistent with notified and required to present any For Complete Information SeeEDDIE
bond election the law and the provisions of this claims and
shall be In substanti .cem&Ddshkh 6avetova-20
you. or | in the
Resolution. either ef years en conK -
ally the following form: you. may have against the
OFFICIAL BALLOT SECTIONS 13. All resolutions orders estate of TroT M. Vaughn deceased McGfflN j ** struction and financing of homes.
and directives ta late'
SPECIAL, TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT > conflict with of Hamilton County Florida, to
NUMBER ONE.' HAMILTON COUN this resolution be'and the came are the Honorable John H: McCormick
TY. FLORIDA* hereby cancelled annulled and re- ';:gnlJe Judge of Hamilton County 7926631YNN JASPER
November Bth.' ISIS pealed and this resolution shall take the same In his office la the ESTATES TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.
L
LAKE is
Shall the Board of Public In. :effect Immediately upon its passage County Courthouse fa Hamilton Coun being developed by Mr.
traction of Hamilton aa i1o adoption ,by ette said Beard ty. Florida- within six calendar
Florida, for and on behalf County.o; I Th above and.foregoing Resolu months from the date of, the_first Eddie' McGKin, in conjunction; with Townsend Builders :
of
Special Tax School District Hoaaa duly and regularly acted publication hereof. Said claims er Homes Every home wig have 1 baths Kingsberry Homes
Corp. ]/2.
Number one of said County issueerial upon and passed and adopted at the demands to contain the legal address one or
.bonds regular meeting the said Board of the claimant and to be sworn ta three 0 Box 366
of Four in the principal amount of Public Instruction of Hamilton and presented as aforesaid. or same bedrooms with many optional features. All will I JASPER

_Dollars hundred Thousand County, Florida had and held at'the will be barred. be brick I _-,
bearing Interest at veneer*
a*rate not to excee4.1x regular time and place of holding September. 13. H63. ARLJE TOWNSEND Owner ,
per Its meetings at the office C. A. Avrtett of
Curator
centum per annum of the VISIT LYNN LAKE ESTATES-NOW AO-r1CK
maturing
from January lit. 1165 to Jan of Superintendent Hamilton County of Public Instruction Vaughn the Estate of Troy M GENE PARAMORE. Sales l Manager .. :
Florida m this Deceased. YOUR PLANS AND LOT WHILE'THE SELECTION ,
liabllit sl and alter both ten tadnsiTe. the Ird day: eg Sfgtetnbef. A. !>.;IMS [Sept 26., 27. Oct. VU fIN" CH EDDIE McGHIN .
rears at Jasper. B mtion;County. Florida IS STILL GOOD! I 792-6631 :
from date c* issuance upon the and the members .
voting for the THE itmars
COUNTY
term :
prescribed toy Ids .JUUd
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: THE JASPER NEWS JASPER._ FLORLDA Friday, October 11 1963

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Letter To Editor: ; : .. ..,LETTER TO EDITOR. Jennings High I weekend h in Tampa. The meetingwas and Allen were,up.for therWeekend' WEDDING
Will Vote "For" ; RECENT GRADUATE TELLS NEED at the:"'HuTsborougbT Hotel. !I We welcome Charles and Ella I
School NewsOld There were many interesting spea- Ruth Deas to our school LASHLEY BURNHAM
t j kers. The Conference was most .s .. : .
Says Former : FOR HIGH SCHOOL.DEAR. '
: MODERN
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.. .,- Jennings High is progressing helpful to everyone who attended.j I Otis Holland broke his leg while Mr. and Mrs.: Qyde ,Lash3ey announce
PastorDear in Ol "-, specialization i I nicely with an of the varied activi- |, The History classes are reading i I skating. He is in Pine View HospitaL -, the marriage of their daughter
EDITOR
r age tes. 'There s never: a dull moment books with a historical backgroundMr. We hope he wD soon be outagain. Marian, Kay of Jocksonville to
/Thank' you for making; possiblefor t First let us consider the necessityof around our doors ;I . 1[ I'I'I I W. \L Burnham also of Jaeksonvffle
Bob, '. sound educational background I II
the graduates of the high a :
J BETA CLUB MET and Mrs. -
Roy Pafford G. W. Burn-
I have been about the school level. In'thisage are son of Mr. and Mrs.
reading schools in Hamilton County to express at the high (1)
t High School Consolidation issue in some ideas'oncem.ing. the of specialization there is no, The Beta Cub had its first meet- spending a few days with Captain I I Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bradshaw ham of Jasper. The wedding was
and
ing last Wednesday. We discussed I Mrs. Bud Pafford
and LeAnn Went tOuJSL ,Rierce oto their event of late January. The
the with deal I( see an
JasperNews a great efficacy of the proposed substitute for ability, and frequently At
I routine business. Lavon' Bumham I Camp LeJune
North
Carolina. granddaughter Miss Elizabeth Zant ,couple are residing in Jacksonville
of interest and would just like to tion program in so..far as consoIida-1 latent talents are never adequately is president of the Club. His helpers ,Captain is with the-Air Force. i :where Mr. Burnham is employedwith
add "two worth". lack I I .
my cents in providing a batter revealed because of a of is Louise HUlohuse. I i *
II Many of our citizens attended the Southern: Packaging Divisionof
f Hived in Hamilton County for 9 the boys*"awT'}!irIS of educational facilities and opportunities The' sponsor is :Mr. McElroy. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Johnson
in last & Co.
(game Mayo Friday night. Armour
i years and served the Presbyterian County is concerned. I shall not i for individual and original ex- JENNINGS PANTHERS. WIN
Churches in Jasper and White I attempt to discuss or evaluate. the I press iii This is made 0 manifest, -;.---. -----------.---- .. -----.... --_..._-.... _____.._..-. ---_-...-.. --------A
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t t Springs so that I know something the economics involved terms of I I II most vividly in the fields of science Panthers continued their
about 'the conditions and attitudes: dopars an dcents because I am (biology physics, chemistry, mathematics unbeaten record to three games --
in Hamilton County. I also "own totally unfatnffiarfwfth this aspect : beyond the level of plane I and opened Suvvannee Conference ;:7- SHOP FROM
(property in Hamilton County and and becatJ.S ..l: feel'that the Intellectual geometry; foreign languages. The'day with victory of 18 to 0 over
may return one day to HamiltonCounty compensation is more than (freshman in institutions of higher Maya The Panthers were outstand YOUR CAR!
to live so that I can speakas adequate for any reasonable monetary ''learning is often faced with laboratory -ling in defense and unleased a combined -
one who has his roots down in : defici ,w cusred or for :any I equipment he has never seen ground and air attack which
the county. I love Hamilton County feasible or{imaginary i.. ino i ivenien- 'before, laboratories in a foreign counted for 17 first downs and more I: Courteous SalesladiesTo
and its people. I will never have ces. This Is not written to criticize language with which he may be to- than 300 yards.
any closer or better friends thanI the present educational system (for I tally unfamiliar, and a type of Jennings made 79, yards in the i 1 VE Serve You
have in Hamilton County so thatI many i graduates. of J. H. S. have mathematics such as logic, Bolian' second quarter Which earned them! -0 i. .
speak as one whose heart is still made distinguished records) but to algebra, or trigonometry 'which a touchdown. Robert Henderson
In Hamilton County. Some of ,the indicate; this possibilities for evengreatertachievemernt can be devastating on first encoun- sped 19 yards to the :Mayo one and I <" We Produce and Process
finest people I know live in Hami- along! this line ter..All of these "academic shocks" Wayne Friertook it in from, there. .
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lton County( and that includes the and the necessity for such a gain are superimposed on a somewhat Before half time Delmer Smith VJ V' .pur own .Milk direct from
whole county, north and south of psychologically: traumatized Indi- put 6 more points on the score- FARM STORES > '-ourownfarins"
'vduahwbo't&' trying to adjust; to''new a .
"The River") so that I can speakas : board when he -returned a punt
one who has a great deal of our students are able compete strange, unprotected environ- 55 yards behind good blocking for
respect for many of the people In in College and Technical Schools, ment,but this in itself is separate I Jennings second touch down.: MILK A FULL DAY FRESHER
Hamilton. County. For two monthsnow but from my observation over 9 entity in the over-all framework of{| Jeff Burnett Don Tyree Robert
I have lived in another County years they were almost always educational advancement. Nevertheless -i Keeling were all outstanding in the
(Clay County; ) and another Com- theexceptional students and not it in'Erectlybrings us to our'game.
munity (Orange Park) which gives the average and,I happen to know second point: (2) In. the smaller Final score Jennings 18 :Mayo 0We
me the advantage of being able to personally: of a number of except- high school with fewer students, I are very happy with the out- GaL
compare Hamilton County with ional students who had to be tutor-''there is less opportunity for ex-come of the football game. Even
another small Florida County and ed in science'and language courseS chage of ideas, opinions, and ambitions -(though there were many bruises MILK Jug90C
to look at Hamilton County a little 'din College because they simply did with a general diminution of t hurts and twisted arms. We came
more objectively than I could when ,not get'the foundation they neededin the total circulating academic infor ,out with victory. Hurrah, Hurrah.
I was living in the County. our Hamilton County:; Schools and mation as wen as its concommittant I| Jennings Panthers will play Georgia I
I find that Clay County com-I this includes all three Schools). meaning as gleaned from various Christian at Jasper next Satur
pares in many respects with Hamilton -I|When a County is not big enough interpretations. (3) If one is to I:day night. Game time will be at Farm
County. There are three sep ,popt atiort-wIse or strong enoughfinancially necess-ity ,i 800.: Everybody come. Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass
arate and distinct communities in to build, equip staff | Jennings Panther coaches are
Clay just as there are in Hamilton ,I an doffera; full curriculum more thing, He must have something to|I Hinton, Blair, and Bumham. SAVE 24c PER GAL
County. Orange Park is at the!I'than one High-School: in the County give, sell or work on, or
northern end o fclay ina compar- then for the sake of the childrenwe he must be prepared to I I Fall 'is here and winter is just
able Position to Jennings in Hamb- should be willing to make what-J fix or mend, something which around the corner. Wach the love-
ilton County. Keystone Heights is at ever sacrifice '.are nfcessary to has' been given, sold, or is being ly ,sweaters that are worn by both GOLDEN
the southern end of the County see to it .that they get" one High ',worked on. And fa order "to have boys and girls\ The colors are lovely MILK in glass
comparable to White Springs. School and get the High School I this knowledge there is no substi- very bright and cherry. GUERNSEY 48c I
Green Cove Springs (the county education they need. 'I Itute for hard work, often physical Practice % Gal. _. __
Seniors Have Play
seat) Is between Orange Park and Second consolidating the High las well as mental. But the primary I The Seniors began practicing for
Keystone Heights similar toJasper's point here is that a gaobVfounda- POWER
very Schools of Hamilton County does their play on Monday: night. There PACKED.WITH PROTEIN
position between Jenningsand not mean that Jennings and White I tion in high school paves the way to was a good attendance and they! are
White Springs. Since this is a Springs will never have a High is smoother acquisition of he neck I working very hard to make this .-
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small population county there was 'essary' academic skills.vFor ex-
School
again. I consider the present '
of the outstanding eventsof
for many years a Consolidated consolidation is rather a necessary -j'ample( in 1951 at Emory Univer-: i,play the one year. The name of the palyis LOW FAT :. '., '.. ICE MILK
High School in Green Cove Springs.'' but temporary, expediencyfor jsity boys who were graduates of "Tessie of the Hills" Mrs. Russell -
However in the last 10 years the good of our people consolidated high schools made. on|
young Alderman coaching it. Gals b
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Orange Park has had a population until Hamilton Co grows populationwise the average consistently better Guidance Meeting -40c M ...
boom and is the fastest marks and with less t 3' gc
growingarea apparently w -
and financially to the place I :Miss :Minnie Shiver attended a In Glass -
in the County at present. Five where it can support student-wise ,effort than boys from smaller meeting on Wednesday of all guidance : Gal I. ______ .
years ago Orange Park had grownto and afford: .financially three good schools--one reason being that teachers in this area. Thereare
the place where they had enough High Schools in the County. When they were; better prepared in terms several counties included in
students to support their own High this day comes (and it will come) I'of previous course selection, teach- the area of which Hamilton: Coun-
School, and the School Board of I have no doubt but what the School} ing equipment, and technically ty is included. Dr. Hardy from COUNTRY STYLE CULTUREDBUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE MILK
day County deconsolidated the Board of Hamilton County will do,trained instructors which a small North Florida ,Junior College is the
High School System and! built an the same thing that the School: high school often cannot afford. director for this area. Drink. ,
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Orange Park, 'High School. Today:Board of. Clay.County did Just 5 t 'f4) ; Science, .foreign- language, : .Seventh""fc i gde elcets Officers O
Orange Park has a first class High, and od for after school for t- \
years'ago-deconsolidate the High mathematics have been mentioned President: Kenneth Newsome With the Golden Butter Flakes .
School, well equipped, a well staff- School System and build*, equip, first because they are athe Vice President: Brenda Murphy children in glass.STORE .
eed and offfering a full curriculum.I and staff first class High Schoolsin :(areas in which equipment, labs and Secretary: Cheryl Deas '1A gal.I ." ,
have made this comparision Jennings and White Springs. courses are often of necessity neg Treasurer: Wade Cromer 32C c ; '. 46C
for two reasons. First when a county I,However; it may be 10, 15, or 20 lected in our present system, but Reporter: Connie Alack Bennett.. In glass .
is not big enough population ,years from now before Hamilton this does not reflect on the rela- ..Mr. Erward; Burnham Is sponsor : ;::1 / gal.4 __
wise or strong enough financially to County will have grown" to this tive importance of English, History 1|for this grade. .- i .
build; equip, staff and offer a full point. In the meantime I would Humanities in a complete academic Miss Pearman Attends Conference ] '
curriculum in more than one high HOURS: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m7: ; ;days per weekI
like to see us give our young peoplein program. In fact English is per I The State Home Economic tea-
School in the County then for the Hamilton County he best High haps the most important sub conference last ._.._
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make what ever sacrifices are best teachers, and the best curriculum Here it is that one must learn to
necessary inorder to see to it that that a' small county can express himself effectively in his
they get a good High School educa- give! own language and to comprehend .
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tion. My wife,and I will be in Jasperon 'the i expression of others be it ver- n
It is becoming more and more Nov. 5th. to vote FOR the Bond bal or written. There is a crying ..., ( .
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imperative that our children geta Issue which win make the consolidation need for original composition, for / -- r '
good High School education inI I of the Hamilton County High essays on the meaning of the
order to go on to further educationan I Schools a possibility. We do this classics_and the lessons which theytntiayt \
dtraining in our very complex & not to build up Jasper and teardown impart for oral expression .
competitive society! It is unfair I' Jennings and White Springs: both of memorized material and .-i .,- ffc' -'*". -'-" -- i HjmflfiffJMi
to'our young people to expect them 1 but we do this as a necessary, but especially of original interpretation\ ;_: '7 0 o oo OC E C 7 -"ZW&&*v wttfftWff; :

to.compete in'College & Technical (temporary, expediency for the good based on research and reading \!? t tt
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Schools with other 'who need and well .
young' people' I of our young people impromptu as as ,prearranged ? '
who come from High Schools with I I deserve the,.best high school Sys- .Without a firm grasp of the ," ;,.j
well-equipped science and physics tem that Hamilton'County can give English language it is impossible to .
labs, large libraries, foreign lang- them! master other subjects and to attaina '
uage courses and labs, vocational Sincerely, well rounded education. .*

guidance experts, etc. Some of 'Edwin F: Montgomery Jr. These are only; a few of the in- .

S gredients ch go into the meltingpot
from which will,emerge the information @lillJ @
needed for the leaders of !

I f I N NO11CE which tomorrow can, be and more these realistically are things

achieved through consolidation of .
:1 our high schools for monetary, psychosocial -
: and academic reasons. SET $9.9S VALUE
Notice is hereby given,that the Board of County Consolidation is not an idealistic TOWEL
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Commissioners Hamilton County Florida,. will holda dream (for idealism must: often be .
sacrificed; for expediency and
public hearing at the Court House at Jasper, ticality),b.It a necessity and a civic prac >
Florida, Saturday, October 1 19, 1963 at the,hours of obligation which' each individual ofa .i

10:00 a.m. upon application of citizens:: to close conuJMmity; must feel as his own : .. ...
public road leading from State Road a duty to himself, to his children and l.. ... 0 \ J ;
No. 6 to Friend- ) [2rnrn :
to the generations yet to come ifwe .... ,: !" :
ship Baptist Church in .
Hamilton County, Florida : are to maintain our standards. .t. 'V\ : '' 'IiIi
afan advancing civiization .
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Jack Vinspn, Chairman Thank:'you very much for ask- .-,' 4f '. '
Board Count Coznmissioners: ing me to express an opinion on j "'* '(-- '
'1; ',... this important topic. ;
:','-..- ATTEST' TheknaLewis 1 Sincerely, ';:\ r.f NovemberSII
: -....' Leon Sandlm HI During October and you'will receive two large bath

Clerk,Cit rR Court? J ( A graduate of Jasper High)

,.. --' t..4. .. "!towels, k two hand t Wand two wash doths Qin your: .

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FOR BETTER SCHOOE3". : ;- FOR SALE ,. ... choice of colors (f:s if }you install a new; electric dryer \ \ or washerdryercombinationr .,

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Jasper Fla Home: extra :f: f ] new towel set wi be beautifully dried in your new

close in half block .
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:i'"j' .t.- The Status Quo rear of stores. StOl'e"'build- / electric} dcyer. Jast turn a dW foc towels that come out

:. ing best location'Across; I I'J
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Will Have To Go : :: from Post Office, always i
down that old clothesline.
'- .. .. traffic and ,good lee&Ioafor .thirsty and deep.nappedTake
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any business, '.good ?: ,

i VqteUgor School. I;Bonds price and terms-.if desired: -.f _. YeY can diy 'ell etec&caly for just pennies (? J) a wash. See your dealer. .

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'Friday October 11 1963 THE. JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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WHITE SPRINGS 1 MIDWAY HOME WHITE SPRINGS P. T. A.I. Jennings JASPER LIBRARY I'I i&4t 2Jptr 3d1.15
!JVS.PANTIIERS .
STUDENT COUNCIL I DEM. MEETS I TO MEETJMONDAYThe _, by Ray Nell CLUB .MEETS rI

ELECTS OFFICERSThe .White- ParenTea GAIN THIRlJ- :.... .' / -j\ li hid Every Friday_ % ,. :i
i: of Springs .
t A very interesting meeting I The library: 3ub at\ Jasper Jlgb5! t 1 Secdnd' class Paid Florida
:Student 'Council: ,bt- White'the Midway Home Demonstration chers Association will meet' Monday -STRAIGHT WIN ., .'. ,.I School had its"firsT meeting a Postage at Jasper, .

:Springs High School' held its annual I I I I dub was. held us,the home!of-Mrs.JTay : October 14th at 7:33! pjn' 'in. Our Panthers stretched their unbeaten day, September,24. 1963;:fnd-TL'es-1 ectofficers. -- : Subscriptions Strictly in Advance .* >

election. of officers Sept. 13th. The.,'' '',Claridy Tuesday afternoon the school cafeteria. luck to three. games and ,'*$ The new officer; :are; $3.00 in Hamilton County -- $4.00 Outside of County.Cali' ,
following students were elected r ,Oct: 1 ,with 12 member and one Everyone urged taft end as fop r'd' Suwannee Conference play :President ,Bobby Penningtoa '. '.. Minimum "
President, Jean Burnham. Vlce- visitor present. final plans will be made for the An a victory as they,turned back Vice President :Dennis Smith ..: ;,- .of Thanks $1.00
President Glenn Undsey. 'Sect ',I I nual Halloween CarnivaL The Carnival Mayo 18-0 last Friday night. Secretary-Treasurer 1- Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
: Bunny
tary, -Joyce Stormant. Treasurer, I I'I I Mrs. White our Home Demonstration interesting. is the Associations main I Little Barbara Le Mae DeVane Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlcrt Editors and Publishers
Rheba Morgan. Agent gave a very money raising project Mrs. Phylis is getting along fine and so is Mrs.
discussion choose the Peport r: Harriet Gibson
The delegates at large are as one howttq., Whitaker, president; asks that (Barbara DeVane. .
follows: 12 grade Judy Stormant. right accessories for the home every participate in this worthwhile -I Smart people speak from experience We also selected several com .e .. .
mittees which
using are as follows
the :
31 grade Anne Daniel. 10 grade stressing importance' cause and be active Parent- -but smartter people from '"
the right type; .color and the proper Camera Committee: Kathleen
Sharon Tomlinson.9 grade Paula teacher members. experience don't speak.
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Daniels, Wayne A. L. Miller .
Cason
Allison. I grouping using as examples some Refreshments will be served at We missed you last Friday at
Dennis Smith.Newspaper .
The representive from the 12th. of the favorite accessories brought themeetingfDnday night. school Mrs. Haverner.I .
grade is Earl Goddard: : from the to the meeting by members. t am sorry that my grandmotherMrs. Committee: Kath-

llth., Tommy Pound the 10th.I I i A very enjoyable social hour SENIOR CLASS MEETS 4 Hattie Wynn has had anotherone I leen Daniels, Harriet Gibbon Judy STEP,: UPTO QUALITY!
Paul Allison the 9th. Willie Pound was gpent together pertaking- of: The Senior Class of Jasper High of her asthma attacks this !Goolsby.;
the 8th., Vickie Pautz and from the. delicious refreshments served School would like to express its week. Hope she is soon feeling bet- I Recreation Committee: : Kathleen I
the 7th. Gail TomKnson. b ythe hostess Mrs. Clardy.Jasper deep appreciation to all those who ter. I I Daniels Harriett Gibson, Elaine
Webb.
-- ------- I helped us ,to exceed our goal in Mr. and Mrs. Lawley..and chife, l... .. VOTE "YES" FOR f d
._ .. .. BulletinBoa.nI"Cmmnittee 1Q .:
''' l'1'&iiJ''"* t ,.....,._,, .... -A-4 k '- .... .. .."....f".i., ,.-. . ..1joI"I ma.pzing. ..s ies.4Ve'-ar'e- proud*to 1.[uren from 4adcso ville"Visited Mr. r Tee nDaniels, Harriet Gibson Virginia ; ;
::; that have set a new '
report we 'and Mrs. Butler and I '
Johnny :re-
-. Dare. .1 :
record for sales, breaking the rec- :latives. SCHOOL BONDSNOVEMBER
;it! I We are also planning to compile
WJ seniors in 1960. Thiscouldn't
,A:fr A ord set by the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill and I
a handbook for the :library "' :- have been accomplished; I children James Rodney and Brenda '
:had it not been forthe help of each the year. Those working on this 5 .
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and I visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pol project will be Diana Sullivan. < : I
person who bought magaines
lock and Mr. and Mrs. ,S. S. Pol Wayne Cason and Kathleen Daniels
also help of our sponsor Mrs. 1 lock.I ,; / ...
Blanch Perry. I I The library club is hoping to be "
Reporter i{Harriett Gibson r am sorry to hear that Mrs. very successful this year and prove "r .
.
i Johnny Kinsey's nurse Mrs. Kate Itself a credit to Japser High .- .
t BETA CLUB I'McDonald is sick in Pineview HospitaL School with the help of Mrs., Lucile -
} Hope she soon gets well. Leslie, the school librarian
'1 1l ELECTS OFFICERS. i: Six weeks exams are coming up I Reporter: Harriet Gibson -- ..0(."

The Beta Club, which is sponsored -this week. Report cards are coming r :

l, by Mrs. Kirkman met Oct. I'I out about Tuesday or _-.-. "'-----":-.-.:.-. ..,...."."_-_ -_-_ ..v "."'--_ ":-_ .".... -r.v--JJ .?A-v rJ--"A ...;r---.v-
1st. The purpose of this meetingwas I I day.Mrs. Wednes-I I
to elect officers. The new Mae Swiss
officers,, are: President Don Wet- putting} some mighty pretty flowers NOTICE TO FARMERS:

herington. Vice President, Harrell in the Baptist Church. I

,. Reid Secretary Carole McLauch- I was sorry to hear that Mrs.
E a. in. Treasurer: Annie Camp. Reporter Ginny Sauls is sick. Hope she is
Paula Hogan. feeling better. ; WE BUY CORN

We also met last week and set Ruth .Brenda and other seniorsof .
ected Sue Williams to representthe this past year are going to,
students were especially excited about the band room which Beta Club in hte Miss J. H. S. college. I

was arranged in tiers so that each student in the band,was able to be contest. Miss Janie Vaughn spent this I i. '& '
(NEW CROP CORNPaying )
easily seen and heard by the instructor. They were also happy. to meet i We are now deciding on the weekend wth her grandmotherMrs.

the instructor Mr. Sturchio a former teacher in Jasper. *'- membership of new students. Essie Hardy. i I .. .
Reporter, Mr. Jimmy Mainer is visiting Mr

Paula Hogan and The.Mrs Jennings Glenn Missionary Nunn. Baptist i I II 1 I ;;/; Highest Market Prices

NEWSBy church had their fall reveval, this i ,

BURNHAM I past week. The speaker was Rev. i I : .1"4.: ",.
LOIS ZfPPF.RRK L T. Carter. I :;; *

is that give essential Mrs. Loretta McDonald I
They can
liberty to obtain a little temporay is now attending Madison College. "
M:ti safety deserve neither liberty nor i The seventh grade welcome.l ;i) .A. Mitchell Milling Co.
safety. I I Bredna Murphy back after staying ;
Benjamin Frankin : a week in Pinview hospital while

Mrs. Edward Brand of Jacksonville I I having her tonsils out. I Telephone 792-2051. Jasper
a a and brother Mr. Isaac Shiver:I The Ninth grade welcomes Glen-.: .
Jr' of Fernandina spent some time la Hewitt back after having an .
i with their parents Mr. and Mrs. I operation for her"burns. ''W'tt:" "' -.f'''''' ''J.t'.7.JP' _- .':- VJ'----'t.:.'' -.--:"'tYJtItII.

Isaac Shiver.. Sr. last week. While '

there they enjoyed! some fishing( .- ';" .... . '!..,..*- .
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The typing class was modernly equipped with various other business .. *to. ,. 'V ..-. 7"
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Selph have recently :- '- .:\..;,.;.......J'. '_ .' .Ir... ., .-
machines as well as typewriters. moved into their new home. vJ WS ;' oo. A"'-of.
I Neighbors axe always appreciated.Mr. -- ,
ft __. ,
t 4J and Mrs. Hubert Burnett and ,
Sisiter-in-law Mrs. Loy Burnett : -
spent frornff\yedhesday until Fri-f i '
Over under around and 11- v
day afternoon of last week at Stein 'h ., through.. *f::
J hatchee where they enjoyed'c rnp .
erg fishing and eating. I
n BURNHAM HOMK DEM. MEETS i
The Burnham Home' :Ienxnstra-I 'I-
PALL TRAVEL
\ion Club met with Mrs Joe Howell MALL
Vednesday October, at 2:30 p.m.
with Mrs.Howell President presid-

ing. The devotional' ,,was given bylLs.
Howell followed with the ;r
f
Lords Prayer. PLEASURETOrDr

The subject for the afternoonwas J
accessories for the home. Mrs. ,
The Biology Class, above, had laboratory facilities as well as desks White demonstrated with several / ;

and also cages and tanks for live specimens. objects that could be used as ac- ,
- home to ,tI
- cessories for the acceding
color size and Delicious :refreshments .:l-. sis
shape.
--
_ CLASSIFIED ADSLOST were served by the hos PALL MALL's natural mildness I _r 1 ,

tess.Mr. so friendly to your taste! .:, ,- '......:..,: ;; '
DOG .
i I FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed re- and Mrs. Carl Morgan and 1 "
Black and Tan female dog about cleaned and treated. T. Herndon, children of Pompano Beach were :. l
4 years old. Named Queen. Identi- :Rt. 2, Ph. Ch 2-32L: Lake 'Park, up spending some time with their t{ t h ..w' : ,a
fication tag. E* B. Jordan White Ga. Q18p sister and family Mr. and Mrs. : ,

Springs Fla. Liberal reward! Leonard McCulley over the week- Seeforyourselfl I PALLMALLsfamouslengthtrav'mss : '-' -

offered. O 18 P FOR STLE 1950 Jeep. 4 wheel end.Mr els the smoke naturally-over, under, around and You can tight ,' ,
either end! '
drive New tires, runs good. 5250. .and Mrs. Frank Burnhamand through the finest tobaccos can buy. Makes ;! .
FARMS WANTED IF YOU Can 792.2791 or see Drew Gran- baby of Macon Georgia spent money f .
would like to sill your farm. ,tham at Western Auto Store. Itc the weekend with their parents and it mild but does not filter out.that satisfying flavor, 'f

see us. We have calls for farm.j I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. so friendly) to your taste. Buy PALL MALL Famous P"'" .... '
USED ; y
every week. _W. L. Bryan, Reg. TYPEWRITER $40. Re- Burnham. Cigarettes. Outstanding-and they are Mild! : J
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY ,; cently reconditioned-all in good Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Womack and 1 '
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 !'working order. The Jasper News children of Blounstown Florida ...,.: t ,
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t visited their daughter and sister Product
FOR SALE -.HOUSE in Jasper.,; of ;
$3500. Others priced higher. See j SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS Mr and Mrs. Albert Deas and baby I .
Best of condition. Pric- over the weekend. J' IeI? IlijAl _
Robert Real Estate Ehlert Brokers.or W. L. Jasper Bryan Reg. ed to sell. Mannings Radio Service Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Sullivan V $* ; 0, ,.:.
of Georgia
phone 792-4421 and children Macon. I
Jasper tfc .. "tv
REPAIRS-We aH tfC"1 spent Saturday night and Sunday is our middle name V W.,
repair VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin with their -parents and ,,-A
Radio
pliances. Mannings grandpar-I
Jasper. 7924421. tfc Uve Oak Florida for all your ents Mr. and Mrs. Joe _
1 I musical needs from organs and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston p:
I I pianos to records and record play- and "Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling
FARMERSMONEY ers.' tfc and family were the ones from t

Hamilton attending the Gaston Reunion -
for your farm opera- USED ELECTRIC RANGES, FOR at EUaville State Park Sun- r n.t
tions at reasonable cost. Terms Sale. Good condition. $40 and

to fit your needs. Loans up to $50. Mannings Radio F epair. Jasper day.Mr.. and Mrs Charles Zippererand .
7 years. Can North Florida Production phone 792-4421 tfc son Randall of Starke visited
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave Mr .
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne their parents and grandparents
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- and Mrs. Broward Bryan and Mr.

tenable. Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real and Mrs. Bert Zipperer over the .

Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc weekend. b c?
FREE LUBRICATION! i Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters of
GOOD USED TV Installed for Jacksonville 'spent some time with
We trill jive a FREE Lube Job
100.00 and Mannings Radio mother Mrs. Minnie Waters
up. their
with each oil change--for a L_
limited time only! Service. 792-<<21. Jasper. tfc this past weekend: I : V
Church Sun
The Sing at Burnham
.Firestone TIres FURNITURE FOR SALE
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day was a great success. Singers
.Delco Batteriesat i
House full of good used furniture
from far and near attended.
competitive prices! including few pieces of
Antiques.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and
TAYLOR'STEXACO
FRED all.Noaml .
STATION Buy any or 'children of Jacksonville and Mr.

792-2903 Brown and Maurice Lindauer. and chil- ,
Jasper Telephone
Gen. DeL '
dren, of Valdosta had dinner Sun
Ft. White Fla. Ollc
Georgia Plate Glass Co. day. with their parents and gran

.Store Fronts FOR SALE IN JA.SPE<ntard ::; lots parents Mr and Mrs. Isaac Shi-i
.Mirrors Resllvered two houses in goodP neighbor- > Sr.
0 Tub Enclosures, Showers hood. Only 5000. Call Robert Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Selph

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 t Ehlert 792-6331, or W.VL. .Bryan, and children spent Sunday In Live .
VALDOSTA 792-2985, Reg. Real Estate Brokers. Oak with Mrs. Selph's parents 1-tr. 4'
and Mrs. PennyweU Kelly. Sunday -'

FARM FOR SALE FOR'SALE Gelding saddle horse. night: Mr. and Mrs. Selph] and chil j..1
..120 Acres, 1.11 tobacco allotment t Very gentle. J125, cash. See.LeeTompkins dren had supper with Mrs. Selph's -

good tobacco barn and out build Rt 3 Jasper tic cousins Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk ...t

,ings, Two good dwelling houses, land of Live Oak. t. +
good water .several miles of new FILE GUIDES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodson .....'j.... -
fence.. $150.00 per acre. and baby of Albany,'Georgia spent e >f':: OA.t.c.I + .
Naomi Johns Brown "A to Z" the weekend witiftheir parents and

Gen. Del. grandparents 1%.* and Mrs. Earl.

FL White Fla. 0 lie: THE JASPER NEWS Roebuck. *{*? .-<11 .'_..i- .





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=STARCH__21CV:.-: Prices good Oct 10 thru 14,1963 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED