The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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October>7, 1963 Library}Meeting Y ucation and, quality performance. regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton |
I The City Council of Jasper,..FJorHa. Trends in producing quality education Burn County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening October 14,
session"Monday Discuss '- .'. Mr .i ,throughout pupoouairydncludfamong : o in the'new' Chamber of Commerce buUdme! with the following Directorspresentlvey
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Prescotf. Santa Dour ray'Burnett, Thomas Bridges
other things school bonsai ; ;;
J evening: October .. 1963
Rance Andrews Watkins Saunders Jr., Robert Ehlert Billy Jones, and
7:30 'pjn in the City Hall of ,the I ImprovementCitizens dation programs, use of teaching
John McCormick. present Pete Deas M. L. Powell, William
City of Jasper with .the following machines, educational televisionteam The local Florida Forest Service Kyser, Ed Craton. C. D. Barker and R. H. F>esk.
present: public officials, friends t teaching. seminars, small furnishes the following informationon The President on behalf of the Board of Directors, presented a
I .. Councilman' Eugene c. I i g.{board members: and librarians all 1 sY group discussions ,irid \i "tI'st dy.foreigrt ,. some safe ways to burn trash. Certificate of Appreciation to Rance A. Andrews! in recognition of his
Chairmanr1=Mayor'-C E. Courtoy; those-interested in goodlibrary service language laboratories and The first choice would) be to use a Meritorious Leadershp and Service to the people of Hamilton Countyas
Councilman) : "Tom Owens and Dr. '' ,:are urged,to attend, one of, the +i most 'Important( of. all a library, 30 to 55 gallon drum that may be President of the Chamber of Commerce for the year 1962-63
Wade': B. ;Norris Attorney .FvB.HarreUr : .:'five regional library meetings to be expanded, equipped and staffed to obtained from oil distributors or The matter of Interstate Highway 75 signs and a sign for the
'Qty Manager' Robert H. 'held in Florida October.. BLUE 1A- 7. 0i&:- meet the needs,students. as thefunction > service stations. For best resultsa Chamber of Commerce: building, was again discussed and the President
FiskLCharieaf( W. ,Stewart"James, PRINT FOR ACTION: is the theme ; ,: iivtljes?.ever-growing programsrO asked the Sign Committee to continue their preparations.The .
T series of holes should be made
.... ; school President advised that the Chamber of Commerce had received -
-.r: L. Rogers. Jr./Qw1es E. Elliott; 'of'the meetings Discussion-will be ;purpose any about 12 from the bottom for draft
invitation to participate in the Pine Tree Festival Parade in
-f1.. curr1 u\Jm fo to develop the talents
W. Dowling, centered around for li- .f ., 1' ,
John M. 'Harrison: Q. planning ; > j individual The second choice would be to Perry this coming Saturday, October 19. and it was voted to send "Miss
Jr. W. P. PKB tlIJ5 and Mr. Eddie t brary. improvement political ac'tkm .. ? of each pupil sc use a wire basket, of about the Hamilton County" and members of her court: Miss Ann Camp, Miss
McGhin. .activities of friends ot< the ,.., that he can function as a memberof
same size as the drum. Then of Marsha BrasweH. and Miss Theresa Taylor to represent Hamilton
Absent James I* Dunaway, Coon library groups and consideration of I our socjetfr to; the fullest extentOf course if neither of these were County. Due to the fact that we were requested to furnish our own
caiman. )future library needs. The meeting :.. > his capabilities and at' the same available ,a pit could be dug large convertible this year, Mrs. Betty Adams agreed to take the young ladiesto
._ Chairman Lang Called the meet- will be held-at'Silver Springs. Res-I. 1:: time develop his feeling of fulfill. enough to allow some draft. Regardless Perry and use her car in the parade.Mr. .
ing to order asking Attorney lIar- taurant or October 29. ::: ment at having- achieved these' capabilities ,of which method is used lawaysuse .. Ed Craton reported that the Membership Drive is progressing,
';- but asked the of those in
; ". help present contacting people who had not
inch mesh
with not less an one half
'; ; reD to open prayer. Mrs. Raymond Young of Columbia "3 renewed their .
We are happy to the Each pupil differs, from every wire ', yet membership.The
The minutes of previous meeting Missouri will be the featured! announce to cover the trash while burning -
j HamllttnrtCounty Chamber of Commerce: is indeed gratefulto
adopted as presented }upon I appointment of Rev. Irwing Hughes other personality.., character thereby.stopping the burning
were speaker andwill' be a. resource Mrs. Virginia Chandler, Mrs. Mary Frances Lewis, and Mr. John
motion by Councilman Norris, with as pastor of the Church of God: ability, and ba Kgt uhd. Becauseof material from blowing out'and
{ person throughout meeting. She Lewis, planting the planters around the Chamber building. Especially
second by Mayor Courtoy. Motion Rev. and Mrs. Hughes with their these1differencas educational causing a forest fire ,or grass fire.
a is an author outstanding library do they want to say "thank you" to Mr. Lewis for donating the
carried. board member .and past presidentof three boys MI hae1, Brian and program must' be geared to Please do\ not atteintp to burn plants-not just for the outside but the inside as well. When the ladies
The first item of discussion was the American Association of Darren moved into the parsonageon meet individual needs. To this end trash on windy days, burn it early went toMr. Lewis nursery with the intention of buying a few plants to
the extending of sewer line to Lynn Library Trustees. October 5th. He preached his the new trends emphasize more individual in the morning or late in the after- fill the "planters" Mr. Lewis just filled up his car with plants delivered
Lake Estates. Mr. Eddie McGhin first sermon Sunday October 6. development and less mass noon when'there is less fire'danger ; them to the building and has promised to "keep an eye on them""
told about the progress of this newt Mrs. Elizabeth Ball from this They come to us from Cortez.. Fla. education; more independent stu- Each year many thousands of and keep them trimmed, as necessary.
.. sub-division and the Immediateneed area will take part in the sectionon He had served as pastor of the dy and research and less emphasis dollars damage to our forests are The Chamber would like to say "thank you" to Mrs. Margaret Andrews
of the sewer line. Mr. Fisk PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN AC- church in Cortez: for 4% years upon "home work: more projects I the result of someone failing to also, for making the draperies which are now hanging at the
prior to his appointment here. I' initiated and pursued Chamber of Commerce windows. It was just the final touch needed.
instructed to see about purchasing TION. This will dscuss financial of work: take precautions against fire es-
was The Chamber of Commerce Building belongs to all the citizens of
: pipe and getting line ex changes, and creating a climate for Rev. Hughes bas'pastored,jby ,the student under professional caping, so won't you please do your Hamilton County. We invite you to stop around and look it over,
.tended. The developers 'are to pay support, effective plans for legal churches in Alachua tTavares .and II direction and less of doing just the part in preventing: this shameful
5150.00 per' each connection as previously improving library services. There Homoassa Spring.- He did evangelistic job assigned and nothing more. waste.
agreed upon. will be time for audience participation work 1V4 years before being Flexibility is the keynote of the The Forest Service reports no Jr. College To Electric Companies
for .and-discussion from the assigned: as pastor to his first new schoo1.ftexibiUty is the key- fires this past week. There have I
the Chairman opening Lang ot !bids next on called a Tire floor. **, "," church. I note of the Hew schools-flexibility been 45 fires in Hamilton Countythis Present Series Of jSet I $160 MillionConstruction '

Truck. Bids were opened and read The. 'dutch treat luncheon will Rev. Hughes is a native:of Bra- to meet the needs'of the studentin year which burned 132.9 acres
aloud from the following companies provide: a chance for visiting with denton Florida; a graduate of Manatee his' search' for optimum develop of woodland. Musical ArtistsHarriet i(I ..

I American LaFrance, Hahn. Central friends.. County High SchooL I ment. .I
I Howe and Baker'Apparent At. the'' 'afternoon. session there I He attended Lee College in Cleveland A good! school library is the cen- Grazing PermittedOn All will appear October I Ii Florida's four investor-owned
low bid of $14,483.07 was submittedby will be a series of talks of Friends Tennessee. I ter of this flexible school program. 24 in Three in Concert: the first of .la-paying electric untilities have
I the Hahn Company. After a dis in Action, Evaluating the Reading' Rev. Hughes has proved himself I Library no :longer means a collection Diverted Feed I four scheduled for the'announced a combined construction
,! cusssion of bids,',a decision was Resources. Staff. library,Services, to be an eloquent speaker. He and of books. It must meet the programs i I budget of more than $160 million
delayed until Mr. Fisk end Fire Physical Facilities, Finance and his wife are very good singers. I demands for an ever-widening collection Grain Acreage North Florida Junior College Artist ;for 1964 and a total construction
Chief Dail could make a study of Governing Bodies of Libraries. 1 am sure they are going'to see great of all materials and equipment Series Association in Madison. budget of well over $4% million for
all the bids. results of their labor while they ,for an ever-widening collection Effective October 1, farmers Other programs on the series are: 1 the next three years. This total
Mr. Harrell gave a report on work here for the Lord. of all materials and equipmentin could graze the acreage they diverted Edward Kilenyi nationally known t(I expenditure will bring the com-

i the progress o fthe new City Dump Fines ...................... 922.50 We extend to them a most hearty all area_ of the new educational under the 1963 feed grain pianist especially ercognized for i panics plant investment of almost
Mr. Fisk: reported on, the new Mayors Fees -............. 26.00 welcome to our church and town.. programs-rimaterials.such.as films program. without ,special approval. $2 Billon by the end of 1966
a- -.. ,,water Hn *..a d.water tank repairs Garbage...,........*.t>.M...;SLOO and pledge our sincere best wishes filmstrips.maps charts mock-ups, Wallace Dens, Chairman, Agricultural his playing of Chopin, Dec. 5; Uni- i Each year the tax bite on Individuals
':y f also progress being made toward Cemetery'Lots ....;.:".::... 20.00. and.:support (during i then 'sta$ with museuniJ: Collections, recordings' as Stabilization and Conservation versity of Florida Symphony Orchestra and business in Florida Is
paving and repairs of the streets. Miscellaneous ................ 250 I I us. picture collections as well a County Committee, has an- Feb 6; nilhe Ramblers much less than Jt might be becauseof
The Clerk was authorized to Weed Cutting ................ 29.00 large and varied collection of books nounced. This applies uniformly Three, MGM vocal recording ar- the large share paid by the
transfer the necessary funds for Withholding Tax ............'242.60 Its equipment must include ,8ll,' thrroughout the country. tists, March 5. Memberships for state's four investor-owned electric

'!.. the Fire Hydrant Rental and Utility Social Security ............ 132.33 Cancer SocietyTo types of projectors, record players It must I He stressed, however that this :untilty companies.
Bond: : payments upon motion by Insurance .................. 75.00 cameras radio television. relaxation of program provisions ;..
: The Florida Power
Councilman Norris, with a second Total Receipts .......... 6.936.26 Meet Oct. 24On house facilities for foreign language applies only to grazing the/ feed
study music conferences, and other Corp. Florida Power and Light Co.
by Councilman Owens. Motion Total Cash Available 9,629.09 grain diverted off
acres.4ay such
types of individual study. It Is Gulf Power Co Tampa Electric 0>.
.. carried. DISBURSEMENTS: Thursday evening,. October a workshop for study 4n every area acreage still may not be harvested. have recently released a booklet
The next item of discussion was Mayor and Council ........ 32.00 24th the Hamilton County Unit of 1 I of the curriculum. It satisfies not Further the relaxation does not entitled "Electric Utility Growth
publishing of the minutes of the Management( .and offfice .... 632.42Legal the American Cancer Society will only the expressed needs of stu- apply t acreage diverted under Ir points out that in 1962 more than
City Council meetings. Mayor Cour- .'................. 50.00 hold a meeting at the Florida dents and teachers but, i I' can stimulate Conservation Reserve program $85 mllion was paid by them in
toy and Chairman Lang stated that Finance and Taxation .... 366.72 Power Lounge at 8:00 p.m. The latent interests and encour- which may .not be grazed or har- k local county and federal taxes.

several citizens had discussed with Auditor ..................... 400.00 meeting is open to all who are interested i':age the exploration of new ideas vested through the whole year. A Surprising was the fact that
them their desire to see the min- .. in the work o fthe Cancer different Althogether ,a total of 194 farmsn though the electric companies havean
Insurance"* !...M........ 15050 and areas. Examples from
utes continued to be published intheJasper PublicReTatk .:'........ 101.05 Society. I schools have shown that good the county are participating in enormous yearly payroll ($58
News. A motion was Police Department' .,...... 1320.50 It is hoped that officers will be library situations have had a productive -j f the 1963 feed grain program. 'million in 1962)) which goes directly
made by Councilman Norris that Fire Department .......... 358.97 nominated and elected at this first effect on individual pupils' i into Florida's economy -their tax-
the minutes continue to be published meeting of the- Unit's new fiscal ,I Scouts Attend bill was 46 percent higher than
Building Inspection ........ 144.93 growth in the areas of reading, Boy '
with a second by Mayor Cbur- PUBLIC WORKS:' year. At the present time the Nom- study ,skills, aesthetic values, citi- their total payroll last year
toy. Motion carried. Street Department <........ 150850 inating Committee has been unableto zenship; and self-realization. : Forestry Program Growth is the keynote of the
Councilman Owens made a Garbage Department ....... 535.86 find anyone willing to accept the Consolidation of schools would publication and the booklet Indicates
,; motion to pay the following monthly Cemetery ................... 183.40 Presidency of the Hamilton County make possible the provision of bet- Boy Scouts of America Troop 98 how the four companies'
bills, with a second by Councilman Public Welfare .............. 30.00 Unit. Surely with such a worth ter library facilities for all,students I of"Jasper-along with Scoutmaster, growth and the state's growth go
Norris. Motion'> carried. Total Disbursements ...... 5,814.87 while cause, there must be some ,in the county. Every individual Kenneth Tuten enjoyed ,an invita- hand-in-hand. In the last 10 years,
General Office Equipment Co., 1.25 Total Cash Available, September man or woman !in Hamilton County library, whether the school tion from Mr J. W. Kelly Hamilton Florida's investor-owned electric

The Jasper News ............ 40.60 31 1963 ................ 3814.22 who has the ,time .and. interested enrollment s 150 or 1000, must havea County, Florida, Forest Ranger companies have added over a half-
No. Fla. Telephone Co. ...... 7752 UTILITIES SYSTEM REVENUE enough in the work which this organization minimum of expensive materials, Ito attend aSery educational and I. 'million new customers ,or an Increase
y Jones Insurance Agency .... 346.63 FUND is doing ,to be willing to including encyclopedia and other I i interestingprogram concerning the series wil be accepted 'throughOct. of approximately 90 percent
W. S. Darley and Co. ...... 51.70 Cash Available September 1, accept this responsiblty. There will reference books a basic collection his duties and the requirements of 17 according to Maurice King j over the previous 10) years, while
:i!:" Jasper Laundry and Dry 1963 .................... 20,760.90 be a small amount of time and of fiction and biography; films,1 the Florida Forest Rangers in their NFJC general chairman. No single |the nation as a whole increased
Cleaners .................. 41.64 RECEIPTS: work required of the person accept filmstrips and other audiovisualaids constant surveilance of our wood- concert tickets will be sold so I only 29 percent.
Kayo's Drug Store ............ .75 Water Service ............ 2374.60 ing this office, such, as quarterly and equipment for their use. I lards:: to keep down fires. hope those who enjoy fine enterain i, Copies of the eye-opening booklet
: SancQin Auto Parts .......... 13.95 Sewer Service ............ 1308.00 meeting and assisting in the Cru- Consolidation would eliminate I About twenty (20)) of the younger ment will contact us at the NFJC may be obtained free of charge
Motorola .................... 21.00 Water Deposits ......:... 120.00 sade Drive which is sponsored each practically all of the duplication i boys were in attendance this past during the membership campaign (by writing to Electric P. O. Box
Utility System Revenue Fund 26.80 Withholding Tax ............ 50.40 April by the Amercan Society, but now necessary in the three schools, I Tuesday night and asked the usual King said. 10278 Tampa 9, Florida.
Manning's Radio Service ....159.95 Social Security .............. 30.48 certainly this will take very little of thereby ,releasing about twothirdsof I,many interesting questions about

'Orkin Exterminating Co..16.00 Insurance .................. 2250 ones time when weighed againstthe the present library appropriation the equipment and related subjectsthat r-/ ,,___.._..._ __.....N..____.............__ __ .. .... .'
:'*- Suwannee Store ............ 2.02,[Total Receipts ............ 3905.98 amount of good which is ae- for enrichment materials to are present in the minds of an
Tropical Overall Service ..... 89.80 Total Cash Available .... 24666.88 complished. Were there no work be used by the students of the I age group as this.
Jasper Amoco Service ...... 48.06 t DISBURSEMENTS: whatever involved .there would be whole county in one central ma- Following a movie entitled Code Facts: Bond
Lewis Motor Company ...... 46.50 General Operations ...... 1.00452 nothing accomplished ,and if nothing terials center.. It would also provide : .One; the boys were served refresh- Electionf
Valdosta Blueprint Cb.i...... 9.36 Water Plant ................ 261.43 is accomplished .there wouldbe trained librarians for the organization ments. Our many thanks goes to
Florida Power Corporation ..748.76 !Water Lines .............. 3.285.96 no need for the organization at dissemnaton and care Mr. Kelly and his Fire Fighters of SCHOOL
Cities Service Oil Co. 159.091 Sewer Plant ................ 24.31' all! of these matersWe !-. Hamilton County for making this
Mollie's Restaurant .... 61.10 Transfer to Renewal & Replace- Wont' you please think about it! need' to face the fact that I possible for our young citizens. "Tell the truth the will it"
King Hardware & Supply Co 35.57 I} ment Fund .............. 600.00 Could you possibly spare a very what provides the best possible educational Kenneth Tuten Scoutmaster to people they acccept
Scaffs Standard Station ...... 4.00 j Water Deposit Refunds ...... 70.00 little of your time for a worthwhilecause opportunities for all the QUOTATIONSL :
j I t Total Disbursements .... 5246.27 Do you know of someone
Valdosta Generator & Starter II students of Hamilton County is there
Company .. 15.10 j I, Total Cash Available, September who might be willing and interested issue now and always. N.F.J.C.ToGiveNursing From a big landowner far Hamilton County
Newsome Ford Tractor Co. .. 7.20 1{ 30. 1963 ................ 19420.61 enough to serve! Surely some- ...Yes, it will cost me more money for taxes, but when I visualize:
Western Auto Ass. Store .... 1.80 I UTILITY SINKING FUND where within. Jasper Jennings ,or Exams a new $400,000 HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING fully equipped with s school
Orange State Pipe and I Cash Available, September 1. White Springs areas there is just program lor ALL our children second to none then I feel that the costIs
Supply ( ). 87L46 i 1963 .................... 5,000.04 the right person-and one who is Lions'Pancake For Scholarships justifiable".
The J. O. Burch 9.06 RECEIPTS: : capable and willing-to help with The state teaching and nursing
Whitehead Hardware Co. ....125.34;Utility Taxes .............. 894.91 the work of the Hamilton County scholarship examinations will be 2. From a prominent merchant:
Crane Supply Co. 5L37 Total Receipts .............. 894.91 Unit of the American Cancer Soc Supper given Oct. 22 at 9:00 a.m. in the ."Sure, I know it is going to cost me mere money in taxes but I wilt
There being no further business Total Cash Available ..... 5,894.95 iety. Please come to the meeting Audio-Visual Room of the North be wen repaid when I see ALL our children getting better opportUfiHies
the meeting adjourned. DISBURSEMENTS: ........ none Thursday evening and give the Florida Junior College. towards a full and complete high school education. When IfcttaiKon
Chairman: Eugene CL Lang !Total Cash Available, SeptemberI Unit your support! Application forms are available and PROSPERS business wiM and prosper".
Attest: Lillian L. Bembry, I 30, 1963 ................ 5,894.95 Tuesday Nite from the Office of any County Su- GROWS my grew
dry Qerk Utility Sinking: Reserve Fund GREEN KNIGHT perintendent or at the NFJC from 3. From an interested Mother.

GENERAL FUND, SEPT., 1963 ..{Time Deposit, September 30, REUNIONThe Miss Kathleen Van Mat, directorof 'No in another generation will Hamilton County have a better opportunity
Cash Available September 1, t 1963 ...................13000.00 counseling who win administerthe than now to have a new CONSOLIDATED IHGH SCHOOL for

1963 ... 2692.83 Renewal and Replacement Fund Decesdenta of Samuel L. CORRECTION, tests. The time required to take I' such a small amount of additional taxes.
:Cash Available September 1. Greene and Abraham Knight will ;0'Last the examination is 70 minutes.
RECEIPTS : 1963 ................ THINK IT OVER! Our children and grandchildren wilt be the
I .... 5,400.00I hold their annual reunion Sun. Oct. week's paper carried an, A student wishing to take the "
Delinquent Taxes 12.00 losers if fail them now.
Interest I RECEIPTS: : 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray article giving: the percentage of examination should bring the com- we
258 'I'Transfer from Utilities System Cooper AD relatives and ,friendsof attendance for each schoolThe pleted application including all "VOTE BETTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
Advertising cost 1.50 16.08:j Revenue Fund.............. 600.00 family are invited to attend. following is a correction of the rigpaferes, to the NFJC on'Oct. 22 FQR
Total ..................... FOR CHILDREN.:
; 16.08 iTotal 1 Receipts .............. 690.00a1abJe. _Picnic lunch will be served at figures given last week:. Any NFJC student may take the OUR .. .
tte TaX...... ..:.. 3.11T.22{Total,-Cash '\ September. noon hour. Lets',all meet, and get ...Carver 95%>attendance JRE Lee examination upon completion of the "'""' ., .. --,--- --. -" ,- -- --' "--- -- --
Licenses%T?;-:.'.:.?...n' ...T5. -2,262.03. ,T30, 196S ......*.......... 6.090.00 acquainted. t 92%. Jerry'Jackson 9Qr. application. '. 4;;..__. ..p..' ----------. ---- n :..





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'Y tlt -.JI; *. r THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA 'FridayOctober-l8. 1963
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BURNHAM NEWS, ner in honor of their daughter Mrs. : Jennings News I.A TRIP TO TIlE NEWS OFFICE I IHOSPTI'AL NEWS Students Visit NewTiftCounty ranged on desks and each contains
Donald 1
at the home of tOn the morning of October 4,, a microphone and earphones.: The
By LOIS fclPPEREK; Mrs. Heeling's broaher and familyMr. I' Nell Burnett t'1963 the fifth grade class went to I controls are on the teacher's desk.
and Mrs. Felix Hammock. by Ray I High
Sun 'the rrinting office of Jasper Mrs. : She .can talk kto student and
Mrs. Ruby Ragans has,been day October 11 in Madison i I \ .> ...
'. The Sixth grade-class cf Jennings McGhin and'l\1rs. Dumway took: us. 'noone-else can hear. The stpdenis-;
fined to Valdosta hospital for ,the '; : *' elected their class offic "5.: These When we got,to the ;sews office Lk Letter by Linda McIntosh: can 'listen to language JreeonKngs
past several days where she underwent Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Selph and were1 the officers elected. Mr:. Ehilert talked to us about ads r Several students %visited 31ft an deven record their own voices.
r surgery. We hope she will be children ,spent; Sunday: in Yulee President-Ada Newsome and those things Then we went in ). County High School on Octobdfil2.Ulr. There is U1.0Q0"Orth of equipment -
well and able; to return home soon. with 'their sister and family Mr. :Vjce President:..Vicky La w the ack and saw the mailinglist .. HOSPITAL NOW: Hart and. Mrs. Fennell were in this room. <
and :Mrs. Joseph Herring while Secretary Patrica Padgett and how papers are printed Mrs. ThelmaViJ1iams the sponsors/ .
The Science and Math wing contain
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray Burnett and there, they also had the chance,of, Treasure:-Delilah Langfdrd then we saw how they were folded George Roberson Sr. The school was two-story and two rooms for Biology, one
brother-in-law and sister Mr .and being with another brother Mr. Reporter-Denise Buccini After that we saw how names Mrs. Theresa Blodgett constructed of brown block. At for physics and chamistry, two
week Mrs. Leon Harrell took a trip last and Mrs. Lawrence Selph and chil- Sargeant at Arms Jane Tyre were made on a linotype. We saw I Mrs. Kenneth Daniels present 935 students are attending. rooms for storing chemicals and
; through Tennessee and North dren of Jacksonville. i iI I another machine that made adver- DISCHARGED SINCE LAST WK. Mr. Johnson, the principal, showed science equipment and *" several
and South
also They I 1 The Jennings: Senior 4-H Club tisements. Mr. McGauley was haw I Theodora Gibbons coL) us around math classrooms. They teach Algebra
Mountains.enjoyed seeing Great Smokey :Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston meeting was held'last Tuesday ping an ads made for his fish mar- Carrie B. Morgan (coL) ; The first room we visited was m also which we do not
They left Sunday after and Mr and :Mrs.: Joe HoweD visit October 8 at 10:25 a.m. The meet- i Mrs. Emma Prather c the library. The books were all of I nave.
noon October 6, and returned home ed their mother,Mrs. Bertha Blairof ing was called to order by our 4-H ket.When we came out Mrs. McGhin j Mrs. J. P. Jones :bright colors and the room looked I The
Friday October IL A wonderful Homemaking Departmentwas
was reported. trip the W. T. Edwards Hospital in Leader Mrs. Wylma White. Sharon took us to her husband's drug: store Janie Lee Henderson (cot) completely new, even though the composed of two large kitchens
Tallahassee Sunday. How ell, our most favorite 4-Her all i Mrs. Sabie Suggs school is two years old. At one'end
and When
gave us a free drink.
and a workroom. In each of
I .
gave a report on Study Course. I Jesse Mitchell :
I finished we came back taschool was an upstairs containing reference -
the l kitchens, there four stoves
f :Mr. and Mrs. Hallum Culbrethand Sharon just about State r Willie Mae Joseph (col.)
got I magazines. There was also
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Deas and after getting out of the cars we two refrigerators, three diningsets
children of Jacksonville spent sisters Mrs. Myrtice Sauls and'Mrs Treasurer Mrs. White reported. thanked Mrs. McGhin and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Norman an audio-visual room a workrooman I double sinks and ten sewing
the weekend with their I
parents They sang a couple of songs and Brown Willis da conference room downstairs. I
Rufus :Culbreth's for
Culbreth the
and Mrs Dunaway taking us to
.. .grandparents bfr .and Mrs. J ... .,.. .... .machines.
Doris-Collum *
I' -S. BumhanLMr. ? 'children Mr.and.Mrs:'Rbbert'Culbreth : -the: meeting-adjauaed, ''ing'officS '-*: :- > ""*. "*" 7W"f -'! t':>Mrs ---- The, and Miss f Jane Webb '" Mrs. Annie Lou DampierMrs. stand a blackboard: and a chalk
Margaret Culbreth Wesely
Sorry to hear thatMr and Mrs. By I II Katie Fletcher and 14 have Master's Degrees. All
board. There
I and Mrs. Kirby Morgan and attended church at Hebron Sunday Lawton MacDonald, are moving to Linda CoMene was an intercom of the other 23 were working for
children were up from Miami spending This was their annual meeting and Madison. I I KRAMER ROBINSOX j system in the principal's office to theirs.

Saturday night and Sunday the reported a wonderful day. i i i iI I| Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer of' Jennings -, each room. It is a beautiful school and one
with their mother and grandmother I I i'I Congratulations boys for winning annuonce the engagement of FUTURE FARMERS I The language and speech depart that offers a great deal to its stu
Mrs. Annie Morgan. :Mrs. Morgan., Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Sullivan four games. You did a nice job ,her daughter. Fay Elizabethto Leo I ment was the most impressive dents. It would be wonderful U
also had some of her other children -j and children Mr. and l.Jessie. 'playing j Dasher Saturday night. "'B. Robinson, son of Mr.land }Irs. r HOLD NIGHT MEETING probably. because we don't have the Hamilton County students
home with her Sunday.. They I]I Sullivan of Madison County visited I|I jYou sure had a lot of help from: the ,Luke D. Flood'Frostproof."-. I The first night, meeting of the anything to compare \\ith1t. They could have the extra opportunities
were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mor-,their brother an dfanrily Mr .and,,'cheerleaders and fans. The score 1 Miss-Kramer is also the.daughter .'Jasper F.F.A. was held the thirdof teach French Spanish and Latin. this school offers its students. _

gan of Live Oalj and Mr. and Mrs.J. I Mrs.Joe Sullivan Sunday. after was 25-0. ,. I of the late Mr. Failey :t"f'r'. this. month. The meeting'was They have 30 little'halfbooths ar Linda MCIntosh,11th grade
noon. .
W. Skeen and Mr. and '
Mrs.Skeen's .
. We The bride elect graduated from'Jennings called at' : -
were all sorry to hear of to order 8 p.m. in the
son-in-law an ddaughter I Mr. and Mrs. the death.of- Mr. (Uncle) Jimmy! High School and attended chapter: room. The minutes We"e'.
Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Crosby of Jen- Car'ley. Zipperer Jones in .Jackson;
Business College
Williams. read and approvedEveral .
nings. and children of Mayo spent Sunday FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY
m in Hamilton County. with rela If ville.Mr. Allen is president. '-. .* '
The intermediate Sunday School Robinson Is also the'son of
A good wa.hve the world tives. The Jasper FFA is proud to announce -- :5
beat a path to your door is to try . I and Training Union classes of the. the late Mr. Marious. Robinson. that the night welding Awaits You At The
Missionary Baptist Church met at The prospective bridegroom a
to take a quiet nap. Miss course held on Monday and Thursday j*
Margie Dees and little
.. Mrs. Margaret Tuten's house Monday : graduate of Forstproof High Schoolis
had attendance of 25 pupils.It
friends of. Jacksonville"spent ..$un night for a social and to elect presently serving; in the Navy, an
i Mr.: and Mrs. David Keeling and ,day withMargie's parents Mr. and will reopen in March on Electric
i for the coming year. Also stationed aboard the destroyer U.
i children attended a birthday. :din.. .Mrs. Corbet Dees. .'_' J. the Senior choir met at Mrs. Kitty S .S. Harwood U. S. N. Mayport Arc Welding.
M Suwannee
:tn-: Beck for refreshments and singing Florida Reporter Harry County

&A". .' ,. '. Wednesday night. The couple plans a'January wedd j: : I'
is -..., I, I i'i'r Mrs. Dysell from Fran, Georgia ing. A set date will be 'aimounced.; STAPLERS and :STAPLES
? .:.; ... .. visited friends here this past week. later. .
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P. C. CRAPPS Jr. Cash and due from banks _._L:.''J; :? ,- J 1,293,049.79 EUGENE N. ADICKS

President .;.1f I. : '' Banking House _____________.__-_. _-------..-- '_ 10,000.00 J. T. BRIDGES, Jr. .

EUGENE N. ADICKS':: : Furniture and Fixtures _____--_ i-i :" :' 20,235.00 P. c. CRAPPS, Jr. .

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dress) :Mrs. :M. Hinton and family. !,!character is*not taught it is caught services. Rev. Mr. Travis Carter 1"Jennings 1 one enjoyed this happy birthdaywith
_-->.*. I'Certain' it is that most of our viewpoints :''is the pastor. High Susan.,

Mr. and Mrs. Jvey' present their(![ and so called canvictions. ,arecaught I School News .
: compliments and respectfully; solo- from our elders." "Talk happiness. The world Is SENIOR NEWS

I 1 &mf1 cit the company of their friends on 1 I sad enough without your woes: No!I I We are very proud of our school.Everyone I I The class had a grand practice

Thursday evening at ,candlelight I Going to the Baptist Association path is wholly rough. Look for the I[ Is working to make this,"ion Monday. We are sure that you
25th fast. 1853.._ Tuesday at Orange Baptist Church places that are smooth and clear the best year ever. I[will enjoy seeing Tessie from the
out from Live Oak were: Mrs. Cecil and speak of those to rest the wea-I Ii I i p. T. A. TO l\MEET :[hills"-this part is played by Sybil

There's a gorgeous patch of' Vann, Mrs. W. B. Lewis :Mrs. Barn i ry ear of Earth so hurt by one con:,I The Jennings P. 1*. A. will meet :Johnson.

goldenrod in the back of J. O. I berg Harrell Mrs. Jewel Smith, tenuous strain of human discontent Monday night, October 21, at 7:30 I I The seniors wffl be taking tests

1 t Buch Co. Mrs. Lois Cony.TheGarden !without your uttered ignorance and'Regular business will be trans- all day Wednesday. Then next week

'. '" vqIe Jf1- .syC8IDCIh z. 51 I ''and pain. acted. The program will be put on they will go to Live Oak for career
'U Mildred and Joe Sapp and the Club will meet next,Talk: Faith. The world is better off by a group from the seventh day.

Palatfca Hancocks are back home week 'on Friday.. j morbid doubt. If you have faithin grade. reading} class. Those" seniors like to roam around

"AUTUMN'* J j The committee five from the after their swing around the U. S. I God, or men or self say sot if:| Program booklets will be given
'if Its such a gpod ,word!) club responsible for the meetingare I : -- Mr.. Taylorleft.Monday! to{,silence all your thoughts til faith to, each member. fHh GRADE NEW S

."The maples are aflame. The elms enthusiastic for 'a splendid The hunting season is on. open up a Texaco Station in Adell.!not push back upon the shelf of Come! Come: Come! I ;JIm DeVane celebrated his 14th

are gold. The woodbrine leaves are ,opening. ,Georgia. !J shall come. No one will grieve because -I,i birthday last Sunday and in doingso
.crimson for the cold nips at them in President of Club, Lois Curry. Mrs. Cahrles' a 0 Loomis* left the '* your lips are dlmb.t SUSAN DEAS CELEBATES passed that unlucky number,

the night. The blooms are dead, Educational Com. ,Mrs. Wm. last of the week for Washington I I I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Taylor and Talk Health. The deary' never" BIRTHDAY ,thirteen.

save a few asters and the dragon f Kyser, M. M. Smith, Billy Burch, D. C. to be with her sister Mrs. ,son Bill left Monday for their home t changing tale of mortal maladies is Mr. and Mrs.. James Deas gave James Edward Wynn and Jim
head. R. C. Vickery, Geo." 0lD1g. Frank Colehan whose husband is I''''after visiting his folks in Jasperfor worn and stale. their daughter a lovely party last DeVane are the anly two football

The corn is bound in stacks. The : Prof.M. L. Powell will addressthe critically ffl. several weeks.I You cannot charm or interest or week. She had a group of her players out of the 9th grade. We

pumpkins glow like amber globes] club. .. I I please by harping on that minor friends out for this affair. Every- are proud of them and know they
and the broods of chickens go cross 40,000 workers built the Panama ,will play their best
Sara (Mrs. chord disease.
i Mrs Bryan Rogers
the brown fields cackling like gos-l Many sent friends gifts of Mr.to Hope Jimmy Haven Williams Weslin Rogers of Live Oak has Canal in 10 years 1904 1914 ata Say you are well, or all is weD I j Oct. 14, the 9th grade class took

sips gay Perchance of all the news.children Hospital and to the Metho been named b Who's Who of American cost of 38000000. [with you and God will hear your Rebecca Dedge 2 garments 1 place the test for obtaining restricted
of yesterday" v 'dists Children's home at Enterprise Women. It is in the realm of The average toll per vessel is words and make them true. Terry Bonnell 1 garment 1st place license with the exception of Miss
Out twixt the gray and green in his Library promotion that Mrs. Rogers -55,000 which saves 7,000 miles( a 20 Ella Wheeler. Wilcox Sharon Howell 2 garments 1st place Jackie Hiers and Ellen Padgett It

leaves the apples peer, His keen interest memory.in the has made such outstanding day voyage around the Cape of .5.0 Terry Bounce 1 garment 2nd place seems that we hit upon that un-
Green; russet, golden as the, time people was a marked characteristic young,'contribution: Her efforts Were large' Good hope:,The canal is 50 miles Sunday was Laymans day'at the :'Rebecca;! Dedge 1 garments 2 place fortunate odd number of 13. But

of year . ly responsible fo rthe Suwannee long and requires 8 hours in transit First Methodist Church. The spea i'Jo /Smith 1 garment 3rd placeWyinra Jackie and I have hopes of out doing

Or scarlet* as the oak. ; there Isnot They did it this way then ,Valley Regional Library. She has) Hundreds ot men died of MalariaIt ker was Mr. William S. :Moore of : White is H. D. Agent.HARVEST number 13 November 7 and
one :been a popular speaker at Library was uv anama that Dr Crawford Swain Memorial Church in Jax. He .!I .0. December 23.
When'Mr ;.and Mrs. Owen t :n .
But sUn and clouds have t their, Gorges found. the cause of the mos- i FAIR I,1
_.- come up from HLaleah to visit meets in Toronto' Canada and had come at the invitation of Rev.i iI ,
mark'upon. the Owen Hinton Juniors I'm most Chicago. Mrs. Rogers is postmaster juitoe. I Booth who bad been associate pas' The Boys 4-H dub exhibited 1,,,JENNINGS PANTHERS GETS
The air is full of spicy odors iri -.. :calves ''Saturday morning at the FOURTH WIN
] to item of interest Live Oak. I I' tor at Swain Memorial. i it
likely: get some '
sweet; ; Holiday magazine for November t 'The W. M. S. of the First Baptist Harvest Fair. There were 2 Jersey I I j There was wonderful defensive
who have for the
Where'er you step the apples trip :to' those of a yen jMrs. J.-L. CoQum cooperating features "A walk through,History Church have organized a new missionary 11 Guemesey and five Holstien-all,:performance played by the J en-

your feet' days yore. from an appendectomy at Hammton with Harry Truman Part H willappear circle with'Mrs. Paul Tolaras owners to.exhibit them at the District ..i ings Panthers against the Georgia
From the Youth Companion" 1881 I think: families were more a unit Hospital. in December issue of this leader. There 8 members I Fair in Live Oak. Oct 75. The I Christian School Generals
.' then. Perhaps just in the seeming Linda Clardy was home for the magazine.Mrs. and+ 2 visitors at the meeting last boys were Wade Howell, Wade Murphy I',I' Delmer Smith opened the scoring

FRIDAY OCTOBER 18, -jmore solidarity and dignity. weekend' from F.*S'U.. where'she Daniel Smith was hostess to Thursday bring to a total 56 women Rance Andrews Jr. Marvin,for Jennings with a 10 yard end
"Teens and sub teens parade In and formality is in her senior year. the Baptist Lydia Circle: Monday ,enlisted in the five circles.It Selph Jr. Don Selph. I'sweep. Minutes later he tailed again -
Fashion" Read this: (A folded paper with hisaddress J!j I Evening-Norah Page president There was also a com displaythat ) on a 83 yard run.

The Jasper Woman's Club opens )' to Mrs. :M. Hinton and Thursday morning we had' a Myrtle White Gave the programon is not unusual for beauty loversto was worthy of note-a projectof i!! In the second period Wayne Frier

the Fall season Oct. 18 3to 5.;with family great grandmother present delightful visit from :Mrs. Peale Grace McBride missionary to, make visits on the Spring to fa- Gary Pitt/nan, Mickey Law and scored on a one-yard plunge after
a Tea and a Junior Fashion show The compliments of the Pupils of Warren of Jacksonville and Mrs. China and Siberia. This is the firsto mous flower gardens. But there Norman Nichols. J,recovering a fumble on G. C. S.
which bids fair to be the "Talkof Brier Creek Academy and respectfully Martha Pittmanof Miaml They fa study of three women miss- was,a nostalgic lure of October air Rance Andrews County Agent. 25. He recovered another bobble in

the town" Eight teenagers and solicit the pleasure of tot are friends of many years and ,sionaries who served heroicly in a and the sun aslant that took Mr. I I I'the fourth period on G. C. S. 39 to
subteens will model lovely clothes. your company at,a 'Fishing Party'at words trip ,over words in recalling foreign land. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Harrison of put the Panthers in position for
There will be two girls from each "Brier Creek Bridge" on Friday others days. j I I Mrs. Stella Williams president and Mrs. Benny Harrison of Bush Bushnel are ousting Mr. and Mrs. their final tally. Score came on a

of the Jasper dress shops-Lang's ,morning&he 13th inst May 1, 1859. Austin.of*Wildwood* is here of W. M. S.was guest. nel to franklin North Carolina C. B. Harrison for a few days. ,21 yard pass by Don Tyree to Rob-
Levins, Eagle, Pixie. (Small note folded once) outside ad visiting her daughter Mrs. J. L, I I i lest week for the sight of the gorgeous -The men are out hunting. Daughter 'ert Henderson.The .
I Mrs. Myron Johnson was hostess leaves the mountain side. Annie McKelvey of Jacksonville Panthers won 25 to 0.
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Monday evening to the Wesley I II I came over to spend a few days Hurrah for the Panthers.
this visit that Mrs. Collum I
wasID. Guild The program, was of the I "HARVEST FAIR" while the cousins are here. Friday night the Panthers will

STUMP BROS. 1 Week of Prayer and self denial and The youth Fair of Hamilton Co. I :Mrs. Harrison tells me i kthAt :play' Brandford. '
was led by Mrs. Henry\ Vickers. :I I[4-ITers took place in the Downtown Peggy Harrison who now lives in I HALLOWEEN
Loraine Kiefer writes that they I I
I . .
I Park Saturday Oct. 12 and Boston will be coming down to *
1 ... will be here the 17th and hope to I I I I I
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Worthington I I was note worthy. Jacksonville November for a The classes are busy making
300 South Patterson, Valdosta Georgia finish the work on an apartmentDorothy I Uncle and aunt of Mr. John Lewis I I This Fair lathe early beginning of I little visit to the MeKelceys and plans for the Carnival which will
1'have been guests of Ethel and John its possibilites to bcome a famous.will also come over to see her and I be on Thursday Oct. 31. Everyonecome.
Bowyer doing some senior
!Ifor several days. They are retired The exhibits did not begin to show her, Jasper friends. .
work at F. S. U. visited, her
the week-j I i and live at Komrs, Florida and the variety of skills these young I
"BUILDiNGSUPPLIES mother Mrs. Ryan .past '
i have now returned home. !people are acquiring.
end. + I
. :' SOS. I It seems to me that an enthu-

The old I I Ralph Gay: Jr. and Sharon, were ,siastic public and some good advertising
sycamore grows grace
home Friday from Jesup where during the year and the I
fully one 'might say majestically
I Power honest efforts'of these people -DtAWoNc. r "' :';
500 &; Light Co. They returned young WEUTHEYLLKNOW TO BE COMPLETELYATI5RED
Ralph works with the Georgia could merit the adoption by the I I THE HEREAFTER? WHEN .\' $ ONE NEEDS
The who home i BUT HOW CAN IDOL ;
lady came Y7ME Rgt56TbVCH
young I! j t GET ;
the ,
Chamber of Commerce by
Saturday to be in their places at
with Linda McNiel on the weekendwas i WJ./EN/ NO ONE.\ 5FlWSHEDITHtS HAT ONLY
u h I!Church Sunday. Ralph works with Chamber of Commerce as the vent I t1
: Miss Irene Mike known to W01STUKE7
QUALITY FIRST her friends as Mike. Junior boys-Sharon teaches Inter o fthe ar-"Harvest Fair". / cfIV''GAS:: CQ.ew .
!mediate girls and is also Secretaryof The girls 4-ITers had an excel-
Both girls work in Atlanta Linda
the First Baptist Church lent showing of garments in classi
pitJ4" is with the Court Co. Stock Exchange rve!
!ficationsBeginners, Intermediate
; 1 Ext..P1yw0od in Atlanta. I I Hiram Van Mitchell of Jax visit-!Advance.
$2.95 Mike is with the motion picture
4 x Sheet . ... .'.,_ . film section of Public Health and ed his very good friends Mr. and f'1 Blue, led and white. ribbons were
Mrs. Al Denton. the weekend. awarded.
has to do with the health films sent I
4"! AD Plywood I I BEGINNERS |I
: out to the schools.She :. I
4x8 Sheet . . . ... . 2.65 is a full blooded Navajo This is Revival week at the Advent -:i,Debbie Allison 1 garment 1st place I L- -
Christian church with Rev.I INTERMEDIATES -
'* Indian from Gallup N. Mexico. She ... o-
Y AD Plywood Silas Aldridge of Brunswick and a .Paula Allison 2 Garment 1st place II I
was educated at the Indian schoolat I
4x8 Sheet .'. .. . . . O.40J2 Brigham City Utah which is a former pastor of the church preach Gail Carter 1 garment 1st place
ing. The meeting will climax Sun- Paula Allison 2 garment 1st place ,
Low Price
school and vocational school.In
CD Sheathing Plywood high day Oct. 20 with dedication of the' Sue Hilihouse garment 2nd. place $6.95 NIGHT PHONE

4x8 Sheet . . . . . O 65 four girls.her family are 4 boys and,}Sunday school annex. Susan Shaw 2 narments. 2nd place. I PER CYLINDER I
After the morning service dinner Paula Allison 1 garment 3rd place BTaunorc 2-3081
Mike and two other Indian girls ;
FELT 15 I Ib.
will be served. Brenda Smith 1 garment 4th place ;'
are quite on demand in Atlanta for. I
RollBird : . . . ., . celebrations and parades. I IIt Friends are invited to all these, ADVANCED

." ------1\t .. is then-they wear their Indian: '"
\ TB Shingles, 15 I year Bond .: ?,* I "HtttXOWAY'SKINGSBERRY

235 lb., Sq . . . .'... : 6. costumes.Mike is a pretty blackeyed! girl One CONSOLIDATED High School II III. .

Pre Hung Door Units -. '. .-. speaks excellent English. Her coal
13-20 black hair done in the
was prevailing
3' 0"x 6' 8" Each . . ... style. She and Linda both in our small county will do more 8_
Raillite Laminated Plastic Counter Top wore the trouser blouse outfits so I I. L.J HOI-.OWAV
I toward bringing all of people
; Ft .39 popular: with the young crowd. I ___ _
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Mike thinks she may return to ------ ---
Solid Vinyl Tile S Gallup in perhaps a year.It closer together
.14PreFinished pleasure to have a !
9 x 9 Each . . . . . was my visit from these girls -
little porch
than all that has been done
Mahogany Paneling) OA Saturday morning.. .

4x8 Sheet . ... : .'. . 4.OUf
Mrs. Myrtle White and Mrs. Es- or proposed
Sheetrock >-4riK'j: sie Smith attended the school of HOMESOVER

4x8'PLAIN Per M. . . .... . 44.1HI Design"{ for florists Sunday in in the last twenty-five years!
Washington "
Jacksonville at the George ,

12x12' Each . . .,. .'. :. *11 . VOTE "YES".FORSCHOOL
Florida Florists at the invitationof

Common Nails the florists of Nassau will-leave BONDS Home Ownership Is Very Simple
Friday by boat for a four day
Keg. .__, . . . . 0.5U tour of the island.' When Handled by Experienced
board Friday evening
They go on
and the boat will be their hotel People!

See UsFor; All Your Building Needs for the ripr: the boat carries 385
passengers and the forecast is thatis dtlZeH ?
\ will be filled ;'/ / r b TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.

Mrs. Myrtle White will go from
We Deliver Anywhere
here. You're doing the right thing WILL BUILD
."Someone has wisely said that T
by catting on us for your building
4t i t '? needs. Jtemember What 3-bedroonr or 1% bath

9 you want is what we hare!
The Complexity of Today's DImmm S_ BRICK HOME

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F_ -1 \ St lLET AND HALF HUTSSEARS / V.A. No Down Payment

L 3 S ONLY $50 i F.H.A. Minimum Down,

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J .... USED Other Type Financing Available

give CAN even GIVE better-AND care if wean we e.._ .i .RefrigeratorONLY i Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramorehave

get to ,know yiur car. Then we over 20 years combined experience in the construction -

can often detect the start of ma- t Wires or switches? ONLY $75 and financing of homes. '

jor repair jobs. Fixing them ear % Sec m.for service SEE THEM'

ly saves you money! Drive in : s Thai's minus hitched! TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.

63 BUY!,

now.CAR WASH only- V$2.00 Builders of Kingsberry Homes

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Jasper Telephone 792-3781 I Call EDDIE McGHIN: 792- 631

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PAGE FOUR' 'c .. i"-., THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA .. Friday October 18, 1963

Frank Matthews. A B"" Tyree,
E. V. Stormant, Johnny Butler JOHNNIE HOWARDIN

NOTICE OF SCHOOLCONSOLIDATION Those voting against the adoption You and Your School- VIRGINIA BEACH VA
I of such resolution were as follows: . -* LOW INTEREST

ELECTIONA NoneThe Board of Public Instruction Johnnie C. Howard radarman '
-: 4 M L Powell ? LONG TERM ;;0
of Hamilton County : by *< ..
Florida. "". <-.' first class USN son of Mr. and '

RESOLUTION OF" THE Board of Public Instruction for' : ',by Clyde Hunter Its Chairman. \ Mrs. Raymond P. Carmack of Jen LOANS -
BOARD VOF PUBLIC INSTRUC- the purpose of financing the acquiring APPROVED: -
TION OF HAMILTON COUNTY I I building and furnishinga Thomas D. Bailey A Tribute To Jimmy Williams \ Ings Florida has'reported'for duty

FLORIDA' CALLING A SPECIAL consolidated Hamilton County State Superintendent of Public> at the Fleet Anti Air Warfare Train the
ELECTION BY THE FREE' High School including, site improvements Instruction of the State of ''I
HOLDERS OF SPECIAL TAXSCHOOL ; tit ,the present Jasper Florida. The people of Jasper Hamilton County and the students In the ing Center in Virginia Beach. Va. 'j'FEDERALLive I LAND BANK

DISTRICT .NUMBER Elementary School site in ATTEST: Harry T. IteidSuperintendent schools in particular have lost a true and valued friend in the The center trains naval personnel
OF HAMILTON COUNTT. Jasper, Florida,; the principal of
ONE of Public
FLORIDA TO BE HELD ON and Interest on said bonds shall Instruction of Hamilton passing of Jimmy Williams on Wednesday morning October 9, 1963 in the detection and trackng of Oak : 362-1525

THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER be paid from a special ad valorem County Florida., M, Having had the privilege and the pleasure ofjiknowing enemy aircraft ,fire control sys-1
A. T>. IUS, TO DETER tax levied on all taxable property Sept. 27, Oct. 4, II, 18 Federal Land BankASSOCIATION
for and missies
he affectionate- tems aiming
MINE WHETHER BONDS OF in said District. and for the g "; Uncle Jimmy, as was so guns
SAID DISTRICT SHALL BE prompt payment of'said principal and the operation and maintenance I
: 'ib'' called by all who knew him for such a short
IN THE and interest the full faith and
FOUR HUNDRED ATHOUSAND credit of said Special Tax School NOTICE OF ELECTION IN i time we feel very keenly our inadequacy intrying of the guns themselves.

DOLLARS BY SAID DISTRICT District Number One. shall be SPECIAL.- I, TAX HAMILTON SCHOOL COUWTY.DISTRICTNO. t .fJ.r. ; to properly eulogize him in this column. A live firing extending out over LIVE OAK
WHEREAS The Board of Public pledged? r
Instruction of Hamilton County FlorIda _......-... -., For Bonds following. FLORIDAThe resolutions callingan .. :1 't t However because' of his intense. interest in all the Atlantic provides the center 311 South Ohio Avenue

,on by the resolution 28th day passed of June.and adopted A. D.-, INSTRUCTION o TO Against VOTERS Bonds: If election to be held in Special. .' the!: schools of the county and because of his close with facilities for training gun

1963 did. determine that a petition you are in favdr of the issuanceof Tax School District No. 1 of Hamilton identity associated with them we believe that crews.
Board said date the bonds In County Florida, were adopted at
to said on place an "XT'
presented serial a meeting of the Board of Public Instruction it is altogether fitting and proper that we attempt -
proposing; the >issuance of the space to the left. of the ,
of Hamilton
bonds in the sum of Four Hundred words, "For Bonds" held County, Florida -. to do so.
at its office
Thousand Dollars for the* purpose of I If you are not in favor of the in the Courthouse
building and furnishing issuance of the bonds. place an in Jasper Florida, on the 3rd
acquiring a consolidated Hamilton County I "X" mark.in the space to the left day BE of IT September.RESOLVED 1963.AND ORDERED Although Uncle Jimmy did not possess a strong robust body I Jasper Lions'FANCAKE

High School Ineludlng site Improvements of the 'words "Against Bonds' By The Board of Public Instruction he was truly a man: of great stature a stout heart and a clear
at the present Jasper SECTION 8. The Superintendent of
School site in Jasper. Florida Public Instruction of Hamilton County of Hamilton County Florida, in vision. Here was a man who so many times extended himselffar
meeting duly assembled
was in order and that the pro- }Florida is hereby a authorized empowered Section 1. That an election: be. and beyond the call of duty in rendering service to and for his ,
for which bonds and directed to have printed
jects the
eenpro same Is hereby called to be heldIn
posed by said petition were on plain white paper a sufficient Special Tax School District No. T fellowman. Here was a man whose sense of duty far over

tor the school program of the said number of the aforesaid paper bal of Hamilton County Florida, the said 4 l' harm and danger. Uncle Jimmy
County and that it was necessary lots and to deliver them to the In-
District being coextensive with the
to Issue bonds in the said amountto siectors and Clerks of election on or boundaries. of Hamilton County, to sustained and survived several serious accidents and injuries in,
projectsfor before the and time' for the
the proposed date
complete I
said district and that such bonds opening of the polls .at the respective determine and things the by a following majority matters of the his unstinted' performance of service for his ft-llowman. He could"do

should be issued for such purpose voting places to be used in the ballots cast by electors yqualified to : these things simply because he loved his fellowman. He loved' AND SAUSAGE
and said
holding conducting of the
vote at such election
and.WHEREAS, the said Resolution election. three persons receiving, except;the that highest the ,1 "his folks at home; his wife whom he so endearingly called his

passed and adopted by the said Boardof SECTION 9. The Superintendent of ate for School Trustee af sAid election I sugar,and his boys. His fondest end dearest hope was for their
of Hamilton Public .Instruction of Hamilton Coun shall -
Public Instruction declared School Trusteeat I a&
County. Florida, on the 28th day of ty Florida, is hereby directed to said election; provided that not I happiness and welfare.. SUpiPER -

June, A.D. 1963. was duly approvedby publish a Notice of such election more than one Trustee shall be I
the Superintendent of Public hereby railed and directed to be heldin elected from any one residence I Another great joy of his was in working: for the young peoples

Instruction of the State of Florida THE JASPER. NEWS a newspaper district for which a County Board I In' the schools of the county both white and: negro. Here was a
and by the of Education of general circulation in said Member Is provided for by law. I
of the Stole orida, and certifiedby Special Tax School District Number FIRST. Who shall be the School man whose philosophy prompted him to see that ahinvestment1.

the Honorable Thomas D. Bailey One in Hamilton CountyFlorida" Trustees of said Special Tax School in youth always paid rich; and rewarding dividends both for the TUESDAY OCT. 22
Public Instruction -
State Superintendent of Said Notice shall be published District No. 1of Hamilton County
of the State of F1bite least once each week for four consecutive Florida for the ensuing two years students whom he so willingly! .and ably served and to himself. ,

Board and Secretary of Education of oft the the otave of I thereof weeks to with be the not first less publication than- and Second The number of mills of What a tragic pity it is that all too few of us do not share this 6:00 p.m. Until9:00Jp.m. ,

Florida. on the 20th lay of AugustA. thirty days prior to the date of said district school tax to be levied and same fine philosophy and put it into action as Uncle Jimmy did. \
D. 1963: I special election. This Resolution, of 'collected annually for the next ensuing "ALL YOU CAN EAT'c:
NOW THEREFORE- .which this Notice is a part may be two years for support and We have seen' him en several occasions put his personal affairs c

UK IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF 1 incorporated in and published as a maintenance of schools. and interest aside-in order to render some service to his school.It Adult $1.00 Student 50c .
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF t Section ,2. That said election be
part of the said Notice, which said
HAMILTON COUNTS", ,FLORIDA,'Notice shall be in substantially the and the same Is hereby called tobe might well be the selling of season tickets or raising money for Tickets at the Door :
THAT Y : held on Tuesday, the 5th. of cf his '
: 1 following formXOTJl"E : day some'worthy project of the moment. He would freely give
SECTION 1. A special' 'election la November. A., D.. 1963, between the
,hereby ordered'and called by the OF OF FREEHOLDERS Sl'KCIAL ELECTION OF hours of 7 o'clock A. M. and time and his labor in building, equipping wiring or repairing Profits Are Spent at Home 'for the Benefit of all.!.
I .
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT 7 o'clock P. :)r. whatever needed being looked after. He seemed to feel a-personal, :
HAMILTON COUNTY T FLORIDA. That the polling places shall be the I .
Tax. School OJllBER ONE OF HAMILTON obligation in seeing to it that everything was in order beforehand ,
t. be held in.raid Special places occupied and used for the'
District Number one-l on the 6th COUNTY. FLORIDA TO holding of Primary and General after a game. And he always came close to seeing to it that such : ''I. v'I '"

day of November 1963 to determine DETERMINE WHETHER 'THE Elections in the respective election was the case. He so greatly loved young people. \ 4 .
whether the said Board, for and on BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION districts where such election shall
behalf of the said District., shall Issue OF HAMILTON COUNTY be held and that the qualified elect- All the girls of all ages were his honey his sweetheart or : I II If
serial bonds In the principal FOR AND ON BEHALF OF ors residing in the said election district "
Hundred Thousand !r his sugar. All the boys were knotheads or his hard tails but the I
amount of Four SAID SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL shall be qualified and eligibleto
Dollars, ($4&0,000.410) and to bear I'I 1 DISTRICT NO. 1 OF HAMILTON vote. in the respective districtsof very twinkle in his eyes told how much he liked them ant hsv.\:
Interest at a rate or rates not in I Cot nrY. FLORIDA. SHALLI their residence. much he thought of them. Nothing pleased him more than to see" f A SCHOOL BONDS
excess of six (1I&) per centum per I I I ISSUE BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT Section 3. That only electors residing -
annum, such rrfte or rates of Inter. I! MATURING SERIALLY within said Special Tax School his team on the long erd of the sccre and he would become justas .
est to be determined upon the par :! FROM JANUARY 1ST 1965, TO District who are qualified electors 'PROGRESSNOTE
depressed as the boys when things were not going too well. IS A VOTE FOR
value of said bonds and to mature I JANUARY 1ST. 1984. INCLUSIVE. entitled to vote In elections pertain :
serially from January 1st 1965 to Notice is hereby given that a ing to Special Tax School Districts How faithful he was! Be the 'weather hot or cold; sunshine or ,
January 1st 1984. both Inclusive. I special ,election swill be. held in as defined by and in accordance with : : iv-r-1-
Said bonds shall bear date as of the (Special Tax School District Number the Constitution and Statute of the rain. Uncle Jimmy: was always there. The young people knew \

First day of January A. D. 1964 and lOne I of Hamilton County Florida, at State of Florida shall be qualifiedand that they could always depend on Uncle Jimmy. Not only did he :' I II I '
shall be Issued for the purpose 1 the several polling places In said entitled to vote in said election; .
financing the costs of acquiring District where the last general elec- that is to say all qualified electors endear himself to young people; he also endeared himself to the'* "YES" FOR

building Hamilton and County furnishing High a consolidated School In I tion 'wax held throughout said distract who pay a tax on real or personal old as well He was a man with a fine sense of humor who knew \ ,
property; that the Supervisor of
the on the 5th day of November how to share fun and joy wherever he He has '
eluding site improvements at Registration of the County of Hamilton was. a captivating
present Jasper Elementary School said I A.resolution D., 1963 J'1'd, In!' accordance and adopted with b a:v State of Florida. shall be. and smile and greeting wherever he was found. He had a way with ..' : SCHOOL BONDSNOVEMBER
site In Jasper Florida, within she hereby Is requested to furnish
District and shall be In denominations the Ttoard of Public Instruction! o t the Board of Public Instruction of those whom approached in the interest of a worthy cause that
of One Thousand Dollar Hamilton County, Florida, on Hamilton County Florida a certified just could pot be turned aside or denied.
of September 1963! to deter 5E
(1000.00 each and shall be subjectto 3rd day list of all electors residing withIn ;:>
call on or- after'ten years from min whether the Mid .Board: 01 said Special Tax School District, Uncle Jimmy's greatness is found in the simplicity of his unselfish -

the dateof issuance and on any Public Florida.Instruction! for and of Hamilton on behalf County ; of who are qualified electors entitledto service and abiding love for his fellowman It might be ,

interest terms and payment conditions date as hereinafter upon the \said Special TRX School District I by vote and in in accordance said election with as the defined COn- said of him that as the Angel came to call roll; Lo, Uncle Jimmy's .

set forth and provided by the said Number One.: hall Issue amount serial of bond Four stitution and Statute of the Stateof name led all the rest because he loved his fellowman. And we II

shall Board.be held The in said accordance special with election and Hundred in the principal Thousand ., '(400000.00. Section Florida.4. That the ballot used In who are left behind shall rise Up and call him blessed. :E

under requirements and in com Dollars to finance' the- cost of acquiring I said election shall be substantiallyin II ..
pliance with the terms of Section 17, I bnUrtinjr and "fTirnlshine! a the following form: .-----_ .. 8 _- _- -------.----------------- .. I .
Hamilton County High ---- - - - -- -------- ----------------------- --
of the Florida Constitution. consolidated I .
Article XII
Special Tax School District Election -
School including" site Improvementsat ........
Js ,. Elementary School For Hamilton County Florida .,
SECTION 2. Upon completion of I site present In .JaII Florida, and within Held November 5th. 1963
the project In the prior Resolution said District. Said bonds shall bfIJ 1. Ballot for election of Trustees:

of the said Board and this dated on the 1st day of January. A Instructions to Voters:
tion any proceeds from the D_ 1964. and shall bear Interest Indicate your choice by mark-
said bonds which remain ReSOlU-1 from the date thereof until paid at a Ing "X after the name of the
unexpended In such project or of
rate not to exceed six per centumper 'person persons your
applied to any other annum and payable semiannually choice for the position of
of the public schools within on the 1st day of January and trustee or by writing the
School District as shall be deemed the let day of July respectively' of name of the person' or persons
reasonable and proper by the said each and IIIhall be in the denomination of your choice for.the positionand 'a rr f r R .
Board of Public Instruction .of Hamilton year of One Thousand ($1.000.00)Dollars marking an "X' thereafter. .. : ', ;':;' ;.

County Florida and as may each and said bonds shall be t
be recommended In the current callable" beginning not later. than ten Vote for three persons for .. 1i "'

school plant survey report of Hamilton years from the date of Issuance' Trustees of the District ,--\t:;..., .,
County Florida, or any proceeds terms to be prescribed by the ,
'which remain shall be applied I I upon said Board of Public Instruction of "i : i
against any outstanding principal Florida and shal''
Hamilton County
and interest which remain of the I mature serially on the 1st' day of "li sx1t

said bonds. I January 1965 to the 1st day of January

SECTION 3. The Registration 1984 both. clusive.b >.
I 2. Ballot for school tax district
Books of said Special Election shall All duly qualified electors of said
millage levy:
remain for registration of
open School District Number
I Special Tax Instructions to Voters: Indicate
Qualified electors who freeholders I
are '
Hamilton County, Flori- :
One of
by marking an "X" in the : k
residing In said District at th*1 freeholders and who Asa t h
da who are
space after life one whetheryou '
office of the
Supervisor of Registration I
later than thirty
have registered' not
of Hamilton County Florida, in'' dabequalifted .. 'tn. said election shall favor the proposed millaare r'z
levy which Is necessary for
Jasper Florida, between the hoursof 1
) and entitled to vote on t
the approved school term. If 4 ,
Nine o'clock n:00) AJI. and five
of the Issuance of said s.
o'clock (5:00) P.M, Sunday,excePted the question you favor a different millage ..l. r.w
through the 5th day of October. 1963.SECTION i.' bonds: Harry T. ReidSuperintendent levy, write the levy you favor
after line two
4. The special election'
of Public
hereby called and ordered shall be Instruction of Hamilton 1. Estimated millage levy required -
held the 6th for regular term:
on day of 'November. Florida.
A.D. 1963. and shall be held and con Ten (10) Mills
SECTION 10. The Supervisor of
2. Other
Millage Levy:
ducted at .the 'polling places: In the Registration' of Hamilton County -
several election districts and precincts authorized and directed
Florida is hereby Section S. That'Dotice of said
where the regular
elections make and certify a list ofall
up election shall
oe by publication
of eaid -
County -are and where qualified registered electors residing
once a week for four
the last General Election of said successive -
in said District who are freehol-
District weeks prior to the date fixed
was held
throughout the.District
ders and qualified and entitled' to
In therefor in The Jasper News a
event the polling
in said Bond Election. A
vote> Special newspaper published in Hamilton
hereby designated be
not list shall be
certified of such
copy County.
Florida and of
available for use for such special general cir
furnished to the Inspectors culation throughout
election said Hamilton
from any causeon the date
clerks of the ejection at each place County.
fixed for said election, the said where the votes are to be cast at NOW THEREFORE
Board of Public Instruction I NOTICE IS
of Hamilton
said ejection and a certified copy HEREBY GIVEN that under
County, Florida does hereby I
such list shall be filed and preserved bJ' virtue of and in Accordancethe
right to forthwith Six among the records of the said Boardof with foregoing
and designate'another resolutions, an
and different
Public Instruction of Hamilton election
will be held
polling place or places within on Tuesday,
County. Florida. the 6th day of November. A.D.
Bald District for such 1963
purpOie.SECTION'S. SECTION 11 This Resolution shall between the hours of 7 o'clock A.af.. i yw, ,7
That ft appearing be published in full by the Superintendent and 1 o'clock P.M. within said Special ;
that a SpeCial State Election and of Public Instruction of Hamilton Tax School District No1. to be : ., -' :
of the Public election to be held b' the Board County Florida once each conducted by election Inspectors and ::1't; : -1
Instruction for the election week for four (4) consecutive weeksin clerks to !** named for the
of Trustees of said Special Dis- the JASPER NEWS a newspaperof of determining who shall be purpose School R
trtet Is to be held on the same date general circuit'V In said Special Trustees of said Special Tax School 4 ?c.. '

M this Election hereby called It is Tax School District Number One of I District and to determine the num. .
ordered that the said Hamilton County Florida, the first I bel' of mills of District school tax to
Clerks of election of said Special publication thereof shall be not Jess be levied and collected annually .'x'P {. x
State Election and said SpeclalDj@t to the within said .. '
than thirty (30) days prior Special Tax School Dlat- : 3
lie Election shall also act as the said election This Resolution shall rict for the ensuing two years for -4
Inspectors and Clerks of the bond be published a part of the Noticeof support and maintenance of schools
election hereby called and that the said Special bond election as authorized ? at Jasper Florida, on this g r4
same be held under the terms of by Section 236.38 and 236.39of the ?rd day of September A.D. 1963.
law and in compliance with Statutes the Florida Statutes. The Board of Public Instruction -
applicable thereto aDd'tbe Statutes SECTION 12. After the said special of Hamilton
applicable to the holding of such bond election has been held and the County, Florida ', t
Bond Election and that they make results thereof determined and it has By: Clyde Hunter, e -\

their returns of the results of said been determined that a majority; of
election as provided by law. the qualified Electors who are free- Attest: Harry T. Reid.Cbttlrman
SECTION *. The polling places holders have 'voted In favor of the Superintendent of Public
hall be open at the respective vot. 'issuance of the bonds to be issued Instruction for Hamilton
Jng places on the date of the said special tinder the terms of this Resolution County. Florida
election from Seven (7:00) o' and It has been determined that the Sept. 27, Oct 4, 11. 11
clock a.m. until Seven (7:80) o'clock said bonds shall be issued then the
p.m. on said date.. Only duly qualified said Board of Public Instruction of
electors residing in said District who Hamilton County. Florida, shall issue
are freeholders will be permitted to its further Resolution providingfor IN CIRCUIT
'vote in said special District bond the Issuance said bonds and JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT COURT THIRD

election; provided.. however. that providing for the terms. condition =CbUwrYALMARL1iEIDPAt IN AD ,. s. t
any qualified elector residing in the [and the further mechanics of the RHAIULTON .. CERY
'District who is a freeholder may Issuance sale and proper and legal ] PUlUfrA3
vote In said bond election upon complying ,handling of such Issue ef bonds. and .
With the provisions and requirement i such other matters in connection ROBERT LET PAVL. Defeadaat
of subsection (d) of Sec therewith as necessary, re 11'f' THE NAME' A3 D BY Tin ; i
tion 100.241 of the Florida Statutes. levant and dlab': to such issue AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
SECTION 7. The form of the of bonds and not Inconsistent with FLORIDA.TO .
ballot to be used at said special the law and the provisions of this : ROBERT TJ2S PAUl. whose When winter calls the signals be, ready ,
bond election shall be In substantially Resolution. residence and address is Unknown. ,
the followtnsr form: A worn bill of
SECTION 13. All resolutions orders having ,3 .
OFFICIALSPECIAII BALLOT and directives In conflict _with been med In this .CoBrt against yon
NUMBER TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT this resolution be and the same are divorce the relief aDd sought being When footballs nH the air and autumn leaves begin to fall, i time to see your
ONE. HAMILTON- COUNTY" hereby cancelled, annulled and re- other relief yon are re- "

FLORIDA.November 5th, 1963 effect pealed Immediately and;this resolution upon its shall take quired or before to answer November said 1st complaint, 1963. fur on Standard Oil dealer for a_Fall Certified Car-Check. Be diecis your car inside '

Shall the Board of Public In. adoption by the.said Board.passageand nUhing to C. A. Avriett. 'Jasper. & it from. bumper to bumper to assure* trouble-free drivi&g -
traction of Hamilton County The above and foregoing Resolution Florida Plaintiffs Attorney .a copy aB ;;out, wiat? x>> you

Florida for and on behalf of was duly, and regularly aeted thereof else decree pro coafesso daead.FaH Certified Car-Check is another of the .
Special Tax School District and and will be entered sigaiast you. In the cold HKmJ a t : ways-
upon passed adopted at the
Jnmber: one of said County issue Witness my hand and the official
serial bonds in the. principal amount regular meeting of the said Boardof Hal of this Court at Jasper Florida we Me Mtt&r care of carl
.Public 'Instruction of KtTnnf"n your
: this 27th day of September. A. 'D: STANMKO ors COMPANY(KBtTUCXttNfONOW
of Four hundred Thousand
County,-Florida;; had and held at the 1963
"' Dollars bearing interest at regular -time- and place of holding Thelraa YAwi.CJ..rk .
a rate not to exceedsix per its/ meetings 'at the office of the
Circuit Court of Hamilton :
centum per annum maturing Supe t n4eDt.qf.Public instruction .
from January lat, 1965 to January Hamilton Coaaty.'Jlortda. on this County Alice Floridaby Jones D. C. : lEES AGENT LIVE OAK FLA. -
1st lilt both inclusive,
and the 3rd day of September. A. DIMS (SEAL)
callable en alter ten Tear at Jasperv.HamHton jCra&ty, Florida C.A. Avriett ,
from date of issuanceapoa.Ohe sad ue members 'voting for the Jasper Florida
terns prescribed by tae said adoption vtrs as. fo1l81r.: October 4. 11. IS 25

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AGE six THE F 1 JASPER NEWS.'. JASPER. L O R 1D A Friday October 18, 1963

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l I is limited by the facilities avail- .BAPTISM ., concerning Hisliving Son;' deli\'er-I: MAPLE GROVE HOME The Wide Blue

To The Citizens of Hamilton County1 I able. I do not think that anyone 55 ed by His Irving)Spirit...to skiving DEM.-MEETS '

I I could say in truth that Hamilton! men to be-preached by living men, Yonder of "64'!
Have been baptized! ,
LADIES and GENTLEMEN' : ,[County_has a high school with ade- you ever wth the living Spirit to living:sons The Maple Grove Horn Demonstration -
SUBJECTi.GonsoIklatioa of.the Hamilton. County School System quate facilities for its teachers and If you have why were you bap- 'and daughters. The gospel of club met Wednesday, Oct.
1 1 yr- .irAs [ tized! I will' answer for myself and Some of our leading citizens and
1 a fomer student of the Jasper:'we too many;times orient,oar think i iI (students by present day standards let you answer for yourself. As for j Christ is the power of God to living'I 19, 1:30 p.m.. in the Educational prospective candidates of 64 hesi-

per High School I have been askedto I ing abouj/i i/;edification Jpnly? towardthe ('Further, I am sure that you know 'me.. i was baptized because I had I'I believers.For therein is the i Building of the Methodist Church tate to take a stand on the questionof
express my views to you cov[ preparation of the high school :frat it would be financially impos- the sweet assurance in my heart, i !White Springs. Meeting was called (CONSOLIDATION). Whether
God revealed the
to children
sible to establish three such schools I living to order by the president. Mrs.
cerning the proposed consolidation;student for:; .. the.case.that. a large'segment within so small a county. It would I of God; Those having been j Oliver Hunter. Devotion was given
titji sJjB feet
program. There are _many issuesto t God. and that he loved 'me, as made alive by the forthcoming issue. I sincerely
Holy quickening
"of be impossible to establish one Mrs. Me Girm. Roll call and
root by
be considered in such en undertaking our population never carries [lone of his own, & had proven to me of I that a stand should be taken. It wasmy
God. The
Spirit gospel, or
such schooL I realize this would good minutes read by :Mrs.
: education past the high school I secretary
of the that this
but there is one that over- that love "FOR, or because first impression was
is food for the
news living that
increase in taxes, but if Norman. Sistrmk.There .
leveL It is essential that high require an
shadows all others, and that is the fact, that he had remitted ,or for- an educational not a political issue.If .
:schools students adequately the school system is ever -to be they may grow thereby. There is j was 13 members present
education of the individual prepare given me of my sins, to MY perfect there is a hesitency now to
proper -
i no life giving in the ,
of how it is power
for college. improved, regardless also one new member, Mrs. Edward -
student. Since the purpose of any\ satisfaction. Therefore, be- speak out what can we expect of
there is life
just as no giving
wfll be powerin
school system is, and should! be t' Certainly" I. do not wish to leave done, a. tax increase neces cause of sweet deliverance from obedience the the ;, Tbmfinson Mrs. Kenneth office holders if i fand when elected -
to teachings'in
Would it not be more practical Shaw a on accessoriesin
to provide the best possible education -I the Impression that it, is not; but sary. : .sin's bondage that I was once under -'gospel. I gave report

for its pupils, you ,as citizens,i Lit is -eq'JKy'' important. to educate to institute a nominal tax increase ; also,. for-this cause, that I had I Therefore, baptism: does not,' the home. There was a com.I :Many answers have not been
such as the one proposed, mitee appointed crafts. Mrs.
ofrhe United States and of that student well who may not goon I.the that I had been born on
; parents and make a concentrated effort to[ assurance quicken; belief does not give life; ,[Cora Hillhouse. Mrs. Ozella Allison given as to the benefits of a consolidated
the next generation should consider to bigheW cationWitvthesetltbughts adequately equipped again, (born of the Spirit), becom- repentance does not give man any I and Robert Baldron.I school in Hamilton County
the student and his welfare above j in'mind, cons provide one I lone of His children, (experimentally -i relationship to God. By the but observing other counties where
school than to leave the graceof
all else. I feel that in too many *der the,Situation in Hamilton County. school high in its present state,I. ). Therefore eing enabled to God, man is quickened from na I Mrs. demonstration our agent gave a very this action has been taken lends one-
instances we all fail to look to and Excetfen leachers are employed system hear and receive His Word of Truth tune's darkness into the marvelous ,interesting on acces to' realize that only advantages can-
the virtually impossibletask sories in the house. Accessories
plan for+ the future. Education is in allthreephigh schools in ,the or attempt that sealed these wonderful truths light of our Lord. Eph. 2:1. Eternal be derived.
three [
of adequate members of
one field in which we ,cannot allow county* but.. arty:'teacher, matter schools providing! to my heart, (the dewelling placeof life is the gtft ,of God through the were Club brought and in by Se"Cral'have approached me
this,to happen. Further, I feel that how. well trained he or she may be, high the Holy Spirit), it gave me a Jesus Christ ourlx>rd. Rom. 6:23.A explained.by some. that it wilt
,-- I* Fri, always been the case thatr follow Lord Mrs. White gave each member a with the statement
desire to
sincere my
gift is not reward for service
a weight with additional taxes..
r iw wY4r1r.f1/NIY1rV..Y Yra working together can accomplish booklet on accessories. me
r Saviour in* the examples that
and rendered God gives to his the
own added
than if they work4eparateli I Meeting adjourned Refresh- 11 personally
more and because he
He set before pie; spirit of repentance and for a man served hostess. Mrs taxes and find that A BETTER
t ments were by
This situation is no ex-
Open 1$ : iise z ceoton. Hamilton County needsto said foBoV me. Baptism being for(to to repent or even feel the need,of Mel Ginn and Mrs. Bert Wheeler SCHOOL ADDTIONAL COURSES
He set
think as one and not three in me), the first children example before entering repentance is a sure evidence of I ___ CHEMISTRY, and BIOLOGY IAn-

d':!alive with the problem it now His' believing SpIrltuallife. E. Lee'S FACILITIES, A DIRECT INTTATION -
at | faces. It would be of immeasurablev > into his gospel ministry: as He Is there any saving powe nn the J. R. ,' FOR INDUSTRIES IN OUR
told John to "suffer it to be so now gospel? If received, heard and be- -
COUNTY etc will cost me $24.00'additional <
Lynn Lake Estates ty if a to school every student existed In thafhad the coun-a FOR .t qs.t b c oveth.us to fulfill lieved, by living'children ,and obey I CKatter Box. .. .1 taxes per year.
: | all right gc\fof he had no sins. ed, it them from the-
: saves error to this.is
ecod" library and, well equippedscience in order to C The J.- R E. Lee High Schoolhas I Freeholders in my opinion -
laboratory in addition to Neither was I baptized truth; from darkness to light; from begun a new seaSon of football. a mighty low investment for a

SAT. & SUN. OCT. 26-27 I orefar'l'fes' so important to have, my sins Adamdc remitted nature that, blindness to sight; from, ignorance I I{They were host recently to the whopping dividends.Let .
modern' education.It is, the sins of my to knowledge; from' bondage to Douglas (Tigers) High School. us all speak out and pull for
2:00 UNTIL 6:00 P.M. that Adam transgressed! in the freedom and etc. But never from the future of our children.
defeated the
| is my belief.that'conS1 d {ed I Although Tigers
Garden of Eden, that brought Spiritual eternal hen to a home in Glory. IS CHILD and
coy1::! best fulfill these needsI Scorpions by a victory of 7 toO, we
.. Showing a Completed' have the utmost faith in your death that can be cleansed, there any salvation in repentance! I I would like to take our hats off to all Progressive Bond Future, Nov. 5th.
ONLY, by the blood of Jesus There surely is. It saves men who James C, Black Jr
VJ. err,->f and sense of values, ( been forgiven the players on the Scorpion's team,
HOME because they had already from ,
repent a disobedienceand
ar'ct I, u>"e vcr"r to lay asiie; prejudice But I was baptized in order life of. who is under the coaching of :Mr.
: error to a life obedience and
in Will Johnson and staff.
and examine this problem
to have the answer of a good con- truth, if conversion takes place Marshall
before The next will be held Friday Treasurer-Barbara
all objectivity you make a be I game
science toward God, and to en- also. Chas
final decision. Lo::>beyond your Church of October 18, 1963, at 8:00 p.m. Reports--Archie L. Seymore,
abled to Jive in the Is there salvation found in
j ir+vid-ial commuriy! to the place any in J. R. E. Lee's stadium. The L. Brister.
that you'occupy in your state and Jesus Christ, (militant) and to try belief! Yes, there is a great deal Scorpions will come to clash with- The P. T. A. of the J. R. E. Lee
to be a good soldier of the cross. said throughout the Bible October
concerning School was held :Monday
School's of
your nation. Above all, consider the Dunbar High team
Not a sinless soldier but a soldier belief and unbelief. God's children would like to extend our
gjv how you may offer the best in ed- Green Cove Springs. We are asking we
saved by.the Grace of God.I can could and do, save themselves thank and appreciation to theI -
ucation to your children and grard- all patrons to"come out ? an
children have not ,always (since baptized) from disappointment sorrow -'I evening of football excitement.The I many parents for attending this
Respectfully, lived as good a life as I should have failure trouble danger and Science Club under the direc E meeting. f\\
and would dike to have done, and difficulty and other evil byi! knowing officers were elec-
: The following
Emmett 4.Dupree, Jr tion of Miss E. Bllard organized -
do not claim to have all the ans- and believing the Truth. Thereis fiscal 1963-64:
Emory;.University fo rthe-ye'ar. The officers are as ted for the year
wers; Neither ,to know all that is a salvation found in baptism. President-Mr. B. Simons
School of Medicine following:
Atlanta, Georgia to be known; But there are. some-lit saves.Gods-children from a'life,President.:-John hale'SecretaryDorothy Secretary Mrs.. M* B. Robinsoni -
things I know that I did not learn condemnation; It saves from'' Blister j i Treasurere-Mrs. L. McKay

-- from, and ,through the wisdom of I carrying a heavy load of nonduty.It ----- -

THOMAS X. BUSTIN'Thomas ". other men. No I am not a Seminary also saves from having a guilty i,v "--
t: \ graduate; Not a college graduate; I I conscience before God. Now, for a I I
: '-'r---: I 7QIQTION No, not even a high school.g adua- last quotation from God's Word; The REAL NEED in
4 ate. Although; that does not preventme that will :answer many questions. II I

Furnished Ready To Move In! electronics N.technician Bustin! ,chief USN aviation, son of from having at least, a little in I"Therefore to him that knoweth to..' County NOW is for our people to
that is spoken'about do :
wisdom good, and doeth it not, to him it i
Clarence Bustin of Route 3, Jasper lJ -*when he said; If any is sin" : I
FREE PRIZES James > James 4:17. Not n'sin that
Florida was prom-td to his prese ask of hands and give our children
fo you lack.wisdom, let him I will damn a man in hell,but one I join
DRAWING SUNDAY r-.500 P.M. rate, Sept 16 while serving.I all (that
God, that giveth to men that will deprive him of many blessings
Come in and inspect our Beautiful Kingsberry Home : with Carrier Airborne Early Warning ask and feel the need of such L. :r.r.1 i iJ and joys while he lives here I Better educational facilities.
Squajron 13 at the Naval Air not
and tqpbraideth ; below
at Lynn Lake Estates-and register for the FREE : Station, Alameda, California. :I r be him.
and it shall given Leroy M. DeVane
PRIZES. .. Bustin attend Jennings High I | Some of the little wisdom, that I I : : WILL YOU HELP?

School at Jennings. |have, came through Divine. revela- S ,
of sincere, fervent .
tion because
prayer to Almighty, God, and thru .,' VOTE "YES" FOR *r- I
diligent sttijy{ of His Holy Word,

--- the Bible ';and' if the division of' MALICIOUS I' : BONDSNOVEMBER ';\;'
----- the Word of Truth that I give it : { : SCHOOL

does not suit everyone,else, that is i .L.

PEARLE OPTICAL MEANS,3L ..1. no matter to me; For not everything i WOODS BURN 5Courteous

that Jesus Christ preached,
[was received and believed by all -Pe

CLEAR COMFORTABLE VISION of the multitudes therefore, I I
ftn. not expect everyone to believe
all that :I say; but that will not :

keep me from preaching my belief; 4

AT REASONABLE PRICES nor will it keep me from flisbeliv- : SHOP FROM

w' ing your theory, if it is differnt 4 ,
w i -flr.f i .4 f v
mi t
,from mine. You do not convince :

[me FOR all your clever arguments. 4 S. Vfi LuvD YOUR CAR!
Where did that FOR come from! : a i RIES

or is that not good English? 4 Salesladies

\ ; .,,4 W1A I .," ..; I do not publish and declare that :

i MwaNcL -' .. the church group that I am a mem :
To Serve You
her of, and preach for, and worship 4 YE1 ; _
I J ,if.I with, are the-only ones'mat will be : SJ .
numbered fth%FEW that will be 4 "A. We Produce and Process

S eternally saved.. Neither do I say : ...

I that all the things my group docs, 4 V Y our own Milk direct from

I are the thkigs that saves people,
The Doctor of Optometry at Fearlo eternally, and'the things that other FARM STORES our own farms

Optical ut backed; \y mxoy)' yean of experience ia groups do send them to an eternal

prescribing rJiHPt..your' guarantee of quality.COMPLETE heU.teach Because such doctrines the Bible of man does and not MILK A FULL DAY FRESHER /

devils. ,It is not what people do
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that brings them into divine rela-

"' J tionship with the Triune God.

Neither ia it what people do or do

SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS OJE.EYSt "'"hen:; not'do helL It'thatcasts-them is the Grace of into God eternal thru MILK GaL Jug'C \\

your eyes are examined at l'EARLEOl'TICAL-'th: the
His divine plan and purpose; :
interior of each is carefully observed for"pofidbla b
eye doings of the Father's will by His-
disease or defect...the eye muscles are measured for II 'only begotten. .Son;; and through the genized I

possible imbalance..the amount of asugmatisia, farsightedness quickening of the Holy Spirit to

or nearsightedness Is determined.required has creatures that gives them a

glasses are prescribed according to the fiadfegs. home in the Glory World, after this Farm Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass

.I,. fife in earth is over. And it is be-
. -.' in the T
A cause of the sin of Adam ) ,
Garden of Eden that doomed the SAVE 24c PER GAL

FINEST QUALITY WOftKMANSHtf- AND) MATERIALS Only whole"human race lo,Jiell. Where

- r the finest lens materials are.usad ia grinding the exact all will go, except by the'Grace of

for This is accomplished God. Whethpr it Be FEW accord- :_.
required prescription your eyes. "
--- ing to.man'*'theory of MANY according 1 in glass c' ,
irx the finest of,laboratories where careful experienced; to God's promise.The :I- MILK

,inspection,of finished assures you of the Very best gospel Js' not a message of 4 yz Gal. .. ..
life to the dead..It is al living message : :

_:!Io.'W 1r Iii I#':> __ 'Ii'" L- of love from the living God_

LOW $1450 "ffl-MEIGHBOI .

.t. : :
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frames II'ptol, lenses and BifcctifUJO timing.4U. case.Iwlstblt M RMMtr M tar teeth yw 9fem t;t:.. asd-on OcL25 : EGGS 2 97c I

$150-$175-US*. Hear Special Guest 4 > doz.: .

CONV8IENT TWMS Ranife AndrewsHalllton :


KCBTOEB wmom> m CRAKE+ r -. CouatyAgricultural
Agent : BUTTERMILKWith Drink

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I ,, t- a.m. the Golden Butter Flakes :- ?' children in glass. .

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WHITE i I SPRINGS With Your- HorneDemonstration .__I I ij:4t.1 RSpef jltws) '
.' > .' -;. ;--
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NE.WSFby : F .. ;' ",' ::'. *
.. JI Published .Every Friday ,w' > '
4 : OBITUARIES I Airs.Alary Collins Agent } :'--t *",;':Second. Class Postage Paid "at' JasperFlonda. ', :, ;: WE SALUTE .

Official Board of,the .White ( -.. -', Subscriptions .Strictly in Advance ..f'f 1' S _,t'
1-i Springs1Methofist "C3Mrdi wnmeet" brWylraa B. Whine'rLpIlt $3.00 in Hamilton: County -$4.00. Outside of County e-

22. 'at on 7 p.m.Tuesday at the evening parsonage., October i 1 Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum 1

FRANK COLAHAN r Telephone SYcamore .26331Mr. 1 1I 1

Word has been received here of Sunday Oct. 20, is, Laymen's'.,. I and Mrs. .Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers ;
the death of Mr. Frank Cblahan in SUnday and World Order Sunday. I S
the Hyattville; Md. hospital.He This will be a very special service. J

was 45 years of age. {I I i .... C 1
He is survived by his wife Fannie'' Christian Workers School will be Y 1

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. held Sunday, October 27, thru ,
Sapp of Jasper also a daughter Thursday, October 31. at First SCRATCH PADS I
.Nancy his mother Annie Bell three Church in Lake City. AH teachersand .

brothers, Jimmie Paul. and Eddie: officers are urged to attend, !! I .' I' *-,-1..:...' -, t I

.and one sister Retha. J'aid anyone*else* *who* wishes to. '- All Sizes .ShapesColors I rr.t ? .

JIMMY WILLIAMS t White Springs School is planninga

Funeral services for Jimmy Will- Halloween. Carnival October 31. CHOOSING ACCESSORIES I II .

,_ :!apt$iW re:held ,Fridy.atkfour>p.Please'give; '!supports .. FOR THE.HOME. .:;.. ,...--.-+. .... .,.. i
jn. in the Jasper Methodist Church 'The Home Demonstration Clubs I "' l: 1
The Rev. R. E. Ackenhusen a.former '' CARD OF THANKS I during the month of October had I I > JuST MADE UP I
;r. 1
appreciation ,
I wish to
pastor, ,assisted by the Rev. express my meetings on choosing accessoriesfor "' .
:N. E.. Booth and the Rev. B. E.Wheejer. to my friends for their cards the home. r I II _
officiated Mrs. Marvin and thoughts they showed ins while I You will find long lasting satisfaction ,: A"ICEW" BATCH AT'I :
'O'Cam was organist. I; was in the hospital. Many thanks and pleasure when you select I } 'IBOHAs D. UlLEY1001s;

Pallbearers were William Brewer -,tQ each and everyone. accessories for your room or I!I I :,J. ,,..,.: ..:. .'.' "-.' ,-t.' ; r I I SuperlDteDdeA ,. 0
James Coe, Marvin O'Cain,* Alary Collins any part of your home if you 1 I State

Reddin Dail, Art*Bradley, J. R.-TU.-". I choose those tfiat are beautiful in i -DUNEDIN TIMES
? 4

e) ten.Cemetery Interment in Jasper was, in, Evergreen Harry T. : line color.Ask, shape, texture. proportion.and I I--- THE* JASPER M !;:S' I I i r who personally believes Blfcla readier la the jr

.Reid Funeral Home was in charge. i yourself these questions I schools desirable and hopes it will bo coatlauedj
when selecting an accessory for the I 4 v-. r--o, i \ voluntarily when it C&I1110 longer be required by Ja"..\
1 r V I r rI
home: .11 .I
William:Rv'Osburn; 85, ,residentof New ArrivalsMr. Is it supposed to be useful? Most j I tifuL They can -oft'rea enjoy. ********fAAMMAJ ': ."..",-"'.? _-. .. ."'" VJJ.. 1M
; accessories serve a useful purpose tment. : \
Jasper died last Friday morning "I'hey-'can really say some- :
in Hamilton Memorial HospitalMr. 1 hIt may also have*.true- beauty. thing. "They+can add to the overall. ,
Osburn had been a resident of However, some give their owner effect of a roam.Sometimes NOTICE TOARMERS; : :. :
: and Mrs. Norman ..
Letter are
pleasure and satisfaction without select I
Jasper for and wasa we may a
many years
member .of Friendship Baptist parents of a baby: girl narned Em- being useful. knick-knack 'or bric-a-brac which
Church. ma Jean Norman,born in Hamilton for) what purpose is it used and may, be a tourist souvenir: or other
Memorial Hospital. on October 13. what is required of it? To be good, cheap merchandise. These usually i WE BUY CORNNEW
Survivors are two daughter, *
useful accessories must serve their hold our interest only briefly. Of-
I Mrs. J. M. Warren of Jasper, Mrs. Ben and Odie Pearl Hawkins purpose well. ten they are not useful or decora-!
C. C. Cofield of Valdosta; one brother (cot) are parents of a baby boy Is it beautiful in color? Color in'' "
John Osburn and one sister, born October 8 in Hamilton Memorial tive.Fine '
accessories gives a "spark" to your
Mrs. Mary Tripp, both of Valdosta. Hospital. accessories are truly beautiful ( CROP CORN) O:: : ]
Funeral services were !held Saturday -, room. If accessories are use dasa in terms of simplicity, propor- ,
unit, their edict should blend well tion, suitability to their use'and material
at 3 p.m. in tin lapel: 'of '
l together and with the rest of the These qualities add to the
Harry T. Reid Funeral ;Itme. The
oP" colors in the room. interests and enjoyment" 'famil Paying Highest Market Prices
Rev. Dozier Sapp ofri-uated. In- ,
Does it have pleasing lines and ies. Families with wisdom and '.
terment was in Dodg* County, Ga.I .
shape? Does it have good size and understanding select good acces- .
proportion? Extremes in sizes' of sories whether from nature, from (.. .
.c accessories used together create the dime store, or from the arttreasures '

unfortunate comparisons.Does I available to the more affluent -
About School Bus RoutesIF
it have lasting appeal A.
= members of our society. :
SCHOOLS ARE CONSOLIDATEDMuch Q' gaudy accessory loses its interest'I The November meeting shall be J.A. Mitchell-Milling Co.

in a short time.If Ion "Selection of Pictures for the
has been said about the children having to it is decorated, is the decora-'Home." If you wish to attend one

ride greater distances to. attend the Hamilton High tion simple and suitable? If an of these meetings, please contact Telephone 792-2051 Jasper
such as a flower vase,I
accessory Wylma Bfl White, Home: ,.Demonstration -
Here the facts The State
School. are : Departmentof serves its purpose well, it acts as Office Post Office Bldg. 1

Education will conduct a survey and the best plan a background: to compliment the I ft.-\- _-r-.. ....._. "':&";;---A .&:A.7 VV-_ _;.:"..r..v.IVUttIVI
for the children will be instituted.A flowers in it. I --
Is it well made! Is it a good example -I .
school bus from the of
high general area of its kind? Constructions

the Corinth Baptist Church will come straight into important even in the smallest ,
.... -
: --r. ::.._ .. -
the Hamilton High "S hooI. Another high school accessory. -- ? ri -..
There are -many kinds of accessories .. .... .: ',
bus will come from the general area of Burnham those which work for us- "> ** ,. '.
i Christian Church, so that .children in these areas those which are partly working_accessoriesranc -j ::. : Over under around :

( will not have. to>ffdfe'>to Jennings befoie comingon :: :! those which are i : and through... ',.,,-
purely decorative. I : )
to n.v High School. Accessories which work for us, .
All of the other areas of the County will be such as lamps clocks and ashtrays '

included in this survey, so that all children will be should be useful and decorative.I I I I- PALL MALL TRAVELS "'
Each should be beautiful in its own
on the busses the shortest possible time. right. Each should not appear to' '

HARRY T. REIDCLASSIFIED be something other than what it

really is. ..
... '
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Part time accessories include vases -
l bowls, candlesticks pitchers, PLEASURE TO YOU !

ADS trays etc:. These can be used I t .
either in work or for ornamentaleffect '

accessories Include t
Black and Tan female dog about Best of condition.i Prittf/ Purely decorative .
wall hangings plants, flowers .
4 years old. Named Queen. Identification ed to sell. Mannings RadwrService'Jasper /
tag, E B. Jordan White phone 792-4421 tfc figurines, driftwood, sculpture and PALL MALLs: natural mildness -6-
I Springs, Fla." Liberal reward paintings. These can be truly beau- .
is so friendly. ) to taste!. $i. :
1 offered. O 18 P VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin your ,
I Live Oak Florida for all your t

FARMS WANTED IF YOU|musical needs from organs and I:
would like to.sell your farm, pianos to records and record play- Pianos Organs Lt ii" ''oi.
sec us. We hare calls for farms ers. > tfc .". .t;.
c ere vreek. -W. L. Bryan Reg. See foryourself: I P LLMALL'sfamoUlengthtrav- You "itlight, -; I ...kr
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY' els the"smoke-naturally-over. unddraround and-. -
i efttierentftFridayOctober18,1963' ,
Sale Good condition. $40 and
2-2985 SY 2-6331 the finest tobaccos Makes r
or through money can buy. '
I$50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jasper USED AND ) J
FOR SALE.-.HOUSE In Jasper.' phone 792-4421 tfc REMANUFACTUREDPIANOS it mild but does not filter out that satisfying flavor
--- ----- so friendly to taste. Buy PALL MALL Famous
$3500. Others priced higher. See your .....
Robert Ehlert or W.L. Bryan Reg. FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne' Cigarettes.i Outstanding-and they are Mildl %# f .
Real Estate Brokers, Jasper. tic ,River at Suwannee Springs. Rea-
No' Down Payment. Up to
sonable. Ehlert .
i Inqure Robert Real job f

FARMERSMONEY l Estate Broker 792-6331; tic Call 3 years Collect to and pay our display -. I ., Product of ,

GOOD USED TV Installed for truck will bring it to 193 __ __ __ hIIiMI's
3' A
for farm 100.00 and Radio ---
your operations up. Mannings yuur front door. & ;
at reasonable cost. Termsto I Service. 792-4421, Jasper. tic 1108 N. Patterson : '
fit your needs. Loans up to .
7 CaD Florida FURNITURE FOR SALE- 'i our middle name
years. North Production Valdosta ... Ph2442934
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave House full of good used furniture t
including few pieces of Antiques.
Live Oak. Tel
362-2588 .
Buy any orall..
Noami Brown ( 4
Gen. Del. II
FREE LUBRICATION! Ft. White ,Fla. Ollc ,Th 2

We will jive FREE Lube.Job ,
with .each oil change-for a f
_ and two houses in good neighbor- e
I limited time only
hood. Only $;,000. Call Robert
e Firestone Tires
Ehlert. 792-6331, or W. L. Bryan I
Delco Batteriesat
e ;
competitive prices! 792-2385. Reg. Real Estate Brokers. '
"Neutrality as a lasting princi-
_ FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO ,FOR SALE Gelding saddle horse. ple is an evidence of weakness."
STATION Very gentle. $125 cash. See Lee Kossuth h; c3

Jasper Telephone 792-2905 Tompkins Rt 3 Jasper tic Neutrality in itself by no means

Georgia Plate Glass Co. FoR SALE -Fence Posts Round indicates weakness. In fact
under many circumstances, a I .
.Store Fronts Heart Cypress. 25c and 30c each. ___
neutral stand is prudent and _
e Mirrors Kesllvered Ray Morgan, 397-3345, White'
where aloofness from an uworthy _

: 215 W..Tub Savannah VALDOSTA Enclosures Ave. Showers CH2-52S5 Springs MAN WANTED 025p and To hardship situation be lastingly and avoids strife.neutral unnecessary in all II

FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed re- I operate a retail Watkins Route in questions and under all conditions I

___ cleaned and treated.T. H,Herndon, this area. Earnings of $125.00 per is, however: an object
Bt 2, Ph. Ch 2-3211': Lake Park, week from the very beginning. weakness. Many, are the stark

__ j Ga. ESTRAY NOTICE 018p Write Williston Mr.Florida McGarity. P. O. Box Nlc 627, injustices in;justice and repugant inequities and decency to so believers overpoweringly thata \

_ -I Taken up at my place: 2 hogs j strict middle-of the road neu-
one boar and one sow .Owner may i USED TYPEWRITER $40. Re- trality cannot be countenaced.
have same by identifying and paying -! cently reconditioned-aH In good There is nothing mi&Be-ofUie-
damages and keep. Must be. working order. The Jasper News? Toad or ran-of-tfee-inffl about the
claimed by November tenth, 1963or laundry service) at JASPER I
same will be sold for charges. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS.I
_ F C. W. Hurst, Route 1 HELP 'TED-Gl.rh or women Whether you take advantage of i .. .
Jennings Florida. t ages 2140ith one year experience the self-service event or : ,

Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1.8 meeting public. Neat appearance prefer pickup and delivery, service r.
; at least high school educa is efficient and economical 04tC.
REPAIRS-We repair an types tion. 40 hour week close to Jasper. at JASPER LAUNDRY & CLEA k
I pliances. Mannings Radio Service; Answer in Your own handwriting HERS r .
Jasper. 792-4421. tfc P. O. Box 32, Jasper, Florida. lip -

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