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 25, 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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J A Evans Products Co.] ACP AppliesScience l! ---1 1t r Madison: Chorus I White Springs I I II IfFTER LETTER TO OPPOSESCONSOLIDATION EDITOR NOW! Is The Time To Move FORWARDMy

Report Increase In I t To I II !,To ..resenconcert:Halloween NewsThe / friends and fellow citizens of Hamilton County: On Tuesday

I i White Springs: P. T. A- will Dear Editor: November 5,1963 the people of Hamilton County will have an opportunityto

Profits 'I To<< Farmland )II At MemorialThe hold their ,annual Halloween Car- I once read these words written vote on a question of great Importance: The Question of Issuing bond
I Farmers who have a conserv'a.tiro 1 1I North Florida Junior College :nival at the White Springs( Schoolon by a wise man. He said ** A man for the purpose of building and equipping m Hamilton County High School.In .

f Evans Products Company'report problem on their farms which Chorus of Madison wilt present a Thursday October1 31i A.talent who fights for what he thinks is recent weeks* I have visited a'number of county high schools, and

ed earnings of $2.16 a share 'or 1 I they haven't yet been able to workout concert at the,Stephen Foster Mem I artists' including Will McLean of truly right is never wrong.:' TVIr. have seen first-hand the facilities they have, and then compared them

$345X000 for the first nine months should check,with.ASCS county orial here on) Sunday October 27 I Tallahassee, Gracie Warner of M. L. Powell made me think of with our own. I would like to urge each of you_to visit some of these

"" -*..?-#.., posiftye 'trend shown during the !, office, Clyde ,Rt.rjPayneCouniy at',;3..pun, Live Oak, and other 'performers these''' words when I read 'some of Modern well. uiwed county high schols and see for yourself, that this
nine nionths'were 1.706,777000compared ; > Stabilization Maurice King, formerly .withPm from this. will highlight -the '
first I Office[ Manager,. Agricultural area his'arrlcles "You and YOUx'Schoo1'.fIn "'' *tllAMILTON'COUNTY' -
in.the,,same Florida and Berry activities movement for HIGH SCIIOOLJS IAN( -OYES*
to $85,804,000. j f r and Conservation -i State University evening the July 12. 1963 issue of The
period of 1962. ''.grain often is'the means of,closing I[College and recently named head I A chicken pileau supper servedin Jasper News Mr. Powell referredto DUE IN HAMILTON COUNTY.

This diversified ,company Is a' the 'gap between willingness to:of the NFJC, music -departmentwill thecafeteria .and -beginning, at those of us who oppose Consolidation The statement has been made by many that they knew this is the

major producer and distributor of .1 remedy a. problem and actually j J ,direct the. 35-voice-: chorus in five o'clock starts the activities of as "Social Lags". Again best thing for our young people, but we are not ready for it. Yet. My

plywood and other building ma- applying the conservation practice- j 1 the Memorial's Tower Auditorium. ,the evening. The: ,midway opensat on August 2k 1963 Mr. Powell referred friends ,It will be almost two years after the bonds are voted before we
,to the land he declared j Songs of Stephen roster will be six o'clockVi.ha.. ,: .variety of entertainment -
Ine I : : to us again as "A small will be able to complete and equip a new Hamilton County Hfeh SchoolSo
dustry and, th mobile home and The County Office Manager poin ,featured, ,and King will: also lead .for .vl,ages. group of misinformed, narrow
we cannot afford to put it off any longer. With the State Revised
;,- travel trailer; industry,.and the.lead ted.outhat. program is authori the audience.in,the singmg'of songs The Fish Paid. hook House minded self-centered and preju-
; -J' accreditation standards which have been recently adopted by our StateDepartment
I .. 4:slng producer of damage prevention ed by Congress in recognition by the great composer. Apple Bobbini, ake -Walk, and diced individuals.. That small
(r--) >equipment for the transportation I of The fact that'tom.wise- and adequate -i i I Ttoelma Boltin, director of Specialeents' cake andhoi dog sales are a few group takeshi about 100% ot the I of Education, in a matter of two or three years we will not
the Nation's Memorial said this of festivities. have a single school Hamilton County that fully meet the requirements *
A'' industry. protection of I for the the. night: population of ,Jennings and prob- can
The report sta t esZ'that,. 'definite M ? J farm-and-ra eb1end'b in the public j jinterest. [:concert is the second in a series of The talent program+ to be held in ablyi 95% of White Springs. To me for a State Accredited SchooL This is the reason that I am doing:

is being made toward accomplishing .The key to ACP Jfi "Conservation programs featuring Florida and the auditorium beginning, at 8:00p.m. that isn't a,small group all I can to inform our people of the great need of a Hamilton County
progress '
refinancing -with use" for this land Georgia schools and colleges. promptly will feature country Higher education on very rare High SchooL We simply cannot build and maintain three State Accredited

and emphasizes a that no'stock'is program,to II must-continue to produce the food!I[ -"During the next several months and folk music Some of,the guests occasions is a lot like the old double High Schools in our small camty.

.#' be issued in 'connection with this I acd: fiber needed by future as well j|:we hope to have"musical groups. artists fo.be heard and seen are; barrelled shotgun in the wrong i By pooling our resources and uniting behind this bond programwe
as present generations. Programfunds' frown both states/ she aid. "We hands it becomes dan
Will McLean Of Tallahassee a extremely
'refinancing. have high school that will the needs of
j : can one meet our young:
[ are allocated each yearamong I have definitecommittments from ;writer of folk songs about Florida, gerous.: .
The report further states that ::'' people. The alternative is to either build now or to wait two are three
the States and counties on 'many ..and others now making
1 are ,has traveled and lived.all over the There is a limit as to the distance .
labor relations throughout
-the that are markds good 'are expanding the basis of conservation: Heeds. ;I,:their plans to include the Memorial .State; and has'writteen. many.songs children can be transportedto years and be forced Jo resort to a crash program in order to improve

company to rib, buifcfihg materials. .' 'Naturally, ':'Mr:: Payne said the,I i There is no charge ,for the con about Florida: ,places'.and peoples. school on a bus. There are many our facilities. Such a crash program will be very expensive and quite

'. and'Plywall products, and, .that.or: ACP cost sharing program must'certs at the Stephen foster Memorial Will has a large repertoire of j students in the County beyond this upsetting to our people. I know of a neighboring county that how is
der backlogs and sales\.J are at tiig: achieve a the 'most conservation for : other man the regular gate American Folly sows which he limit Tea much of their time will proposing a crash program to enable them to improve their facilities

i levels for its transportation equipment -i every dollar spent. But the pro- fee. plays .and :ice;, be spent riding a bus. This time which will cost over a mIlIon dollars.
and industrial products. The:Tams I ,also recognizes that agriculture -! The 243-acre state park and Mem: Gracie Warner of Live Oak is could be used for studying or rec- To our tax conscious people, (and we all should be.) this crash
varies greatly! between re- |orial on the Suwannee will be open fourteen years.old.and, sings weekly reation.,The drivers of these busses
report concludes that 1963 will be I rogram. will cost far more than the bond proposal that is being pre-
gions, States ,counties and even on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p., -at the Jamboree.in Live Oak:: i I(for these Ions hauls concerns me
a good year i6'shetcompany. each the and four" concerts will be rented now. My-friends, I know it is the better part of wisdom to go ahead
farms So year program m. played,,!|She recently >vqn'the Talent Contest too, for I have two children. He
is examined carefully by farm 'oi) the 97-belT carillon during; the sponsored by the'Farm Bureau. will probably, be someone who hasa and provide these facilities now and in the course of about two years wean

Tribute.To ,TheMissJiBLS. officials 'and leaders, and sugges-,,' tan ][and: will travel tQ Panama City in little political pail in Jasper, simply move into our New Hamilton County High School.A .
ttoos"are'made'for'mpl"OVini'1t'. ;. {iNovember to compete inthe state.with no regard for his qualification great deal has been said about an increase in taxes. The

It isn't practical to include every : NOTICE !finale, Gracie has sung at many) A Consolidated school is.going ton proposed bond issue based on the present valuations will call for an

good conservation ,practice in the We; expect,.a.great deal of copy,I I I local meetings in the Suwannee encourage drop-outs in the high increase of 9 mills. This figures to about 6 and three tenths cents per acre

C Contest progfam.foweve2ia sincere effortis for next week's issue, possibly i Valley area. school students of White Springs per year. For Instance, man who owns. a 200 acre farm will have too
made to see that available more than we can handle. We wilt I Leonard Conner '
J. tJL Morganrand and Jennings. They will be deniedi
as :
; pay
l The exceptionally fine and thril- ACP help is directed so that the not accept a geat'deal of copy at are popular: rnusicans of White i I the privilege of playing football
acres, so he will have to this increase on 40 acres, or around $2.52
individual farmer will have assis- the last and < pay
ing 'performance of Miss**!.' H. moment guarantee.Springs. ,J. splays the _electric and basketball or to participate in
I 15. contestants on Thursday nit tance with the conservation problems .publication before,the ,election. Get I(Spanish guitar and Leonard accom {any activity that takes, after school: per year. To those who live in cur towns you STILL WILL HAVE YOUR

:\ to a, packed audience should ,give oft his:farm for which cost- :your,copy in EARLY pleace. It will panics him on the rythumn guitar jtime.: They won't have the use of HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
all of us the incentive to work sharing is most needed.f be used in order received as. far as 'Though J. M ;and Leonard have the library after school for studying I fully realize the political implications of the stand I have taken

much harder-? :r> Hr educational f iFJarmert are encouraged 'to stop time ,will allow The News never had any formal music educa- for the minute school is out I in this matter, but my friends, this school matter Is far above any petty

tacilites for ALL of our high school 1 by the ASCS County Office to discuss I -- tion they i ; ;are- "natural born" musi.they will have to get on the bus: politics. The welfare of our young people comes first. I urge people

f students. In Hamilton County I :their: conservation problems: cians. | and come home. from every section of our county to lay aside all feelings of sectionalism,
Parentsshould1' be1' proud'-'indeed and, the .possibility of obtaining needy measure-sooner or to a Eddie and Linda Tomlinson of 1 We certainly didn't need thatlong
I ; and unite behind this for education In
1i extent than it would otherwise personalities, great step qualify;
AGP1 cooperation in carrying, out a greater I 6are well known ''
of the performances! by ,such, a White Springs assoon list of statistics printed in the
talented groups of"''young ladies Including be' 'done. Information 1 singers of gospel songs in the local Jasper News to prove to us that Hamilton County.
all of the extra renditions. fI will be available on 1964 ACP prac- church of'this,<
These young people were truly|community Thank you, Jasper tices which are available to farmers da have one"ski, Tom, who, is six': higher percentage of students to eeople will reap by attending a Hamilton County High School, there

beautiful! They are indeed a credit i i I High School for your magnificent 'in Hamilton County, including months old. 'They have played andsang 'II!enter College. Comparing Duval t i3 another great benefit that win accrue: to our county; I firmly believe

1 -to. Jasper ,Hi ft\. School and to our 'performance.' share rates.I t for many occasions..Ann '.and Alachua Counties, with their that a County High School will promote a closer relationship between
JftW <4" ** nf_ f" -"*' -- .- .. .,. ... .Daniel t.White Springs has I[high,percentage; of Doctors, Lawyers the people of our county, and that we shaft be a united people working

Comment from tire :-Capital' ., been dancing sfnce she-was six'' ,Businessmen and'coUese'pro for the growth ancTdevelopment of the whote.county.

years ,old. She is ,a Junior in'White(I(fessors, to Hamilton County with .. Sincerely, Harry T." Reid
i'' : IS THE UNITED STATES GOING BROKE? Springs High SchooL She has danced -I it's high, percentage of small farmers

for many functions in and day labors', and only a few ..- __ ,-, p : :.1: =:: :, : : .. ._- ._ ,-::_ _:__:__ ____ __m_______: ,:
around White Springs and special-.Doctors and lawyers is no com-
I izes in classical\jazz dancing. :I I parison. A lot more students Wouldgo

It's no secret anymore. Even example.! To bolster the de- is the value of the American ''Beginning'at: 8:00 p.m. there will to college from Hamilton County Facts; t:;: Bond ElectionSCHOOL
the most determined double- fenses of our allies in the Cold dollar be the annual Halloween Costume if their parents had the money. It
talk by 'White House spokesmen War. And to help out friendly Is Dr. Walter W. Heller the Parade Contest under the directionof ''Iut' because they can't qualify.With .
r ,-' has failed to hide the facts governments,in genuine, -finan- big brain behind this strange Miss Thelma A. Boltin, Program the increased taxation if this
s that the American dollar is in cial distress.. philosophy of overspending? Memorial. Awards will be given in ,'bond isssue goes through it will CONSOLIDATION
Bntiwe, keep hearing reports Before he became the Presi- I
r big trouble.
; Here's what is happening.As that the huge chunks of money dent's Chief Economic Advisor eight divisions of judging. Anyone,be even harder to send a child to
you know the ,dollar by that we send overseas are Dr. Heller tried to inflict his may enter-all you need is a cos- 'college Tell the truth to the people J they will acccept: it"

itself is only a.scrap'of paper. often woefully''misused. theories of government economics tume. j We realize our homestead exemption \
Its real value depends on the Consider Brazil's new capi- on the governments of Immediately following the costume can't be taken away, but the The vote you cast in the School Bond Election on
a gold reserves that back ,it tal city Brasilia. A very Italy and West. Germany. His parade i nthe auditorium will(property valuation can be boosted 5th be
November will of the IMPORTANT
+ gold that is stored in vaultsat plush set-up, indeed with a advice ;was scorned, especiallyin be the drawing of the winners. of above the homestead exemptionlaw. one most ever

Fort Knox.. price tae of about fboted$400 the million.bill! Germany. where deficits"were Heller's the raffle tickets. Donations for I Where In the County can you cast in any election. It will help to determine whether or
But.,-what you may not be Who;Tn effect, notions' of "planned
i aware of is that gold reserves We did. Did it win us new regarded as impracticaland chances on ladies Wyler and mens t 1'buy 160 acres> for $5000.00. Almost not we are to provide' better educational facilities for outs
)have been allowed 'to' dribble friends? Nope. Mote-and more, :absurd.. around White Springs and special- everyone in the county that owns
away until they've now sunk, they are calling us- "Yankee Having rejected Professor by Mrs. Virginia Daniels' Second(property is going to be paying children and grandchildren.About .
to a dank ro A1T low level =- r ." Heller1,.,theories' the German grade. Mr. Leverne Porter's eight, I taxes Jf mis( bond Issue is voted in.
%he lowest "in" twenty-three. And what about some of the economy has 'become one 'of grade are accepting chances on a If this bond issue pases we should six and one half cents per acre per year (not sixty
Years.a other countries on the receiving the most stableand, solvent in case of shotgun shells. The winnerof add enough to 'bonds to buy gold
;. Our finances; 'then.. have end'of'the Great American, all ,i 'it goVthatway the .channel master raido who plaques to be placed the White cents as being erroneously reported) the additionalcost
[ op
Handout eh as the newly t1ft1grah
Deteriorated But why 7t -
> ltht respectfir
'sadly. the closest to the correct I inscri farmers who in of the homestead
The;: is government formed African .states? Are balanced budget, honest guesses Springs and Jennings gym's to own property access
Answer a
overspending. We've been giv- they really true" friends- of and aound amount o fgraIns of corn in a Jar .bed" money sent down the drain".
'leadership' money in off the bond
(ing away too much of our America?.In.view,of the politi- .In the meantime, shrewd wit also be made. This is sponsoredby I Iii the past issues of the Jasper exemption paying proposed issue

substance both Bat the'homeiront cal company they keep, and European leaders, such as Mr. Hal Worth's Seventh grade News we have. been reading about for a new. $400,0,00 Hamilton County jlTgH School...
and overseas. ,' their, expressed' sympathies Adenaner and DeGaulle, view Crowning of the Halloween Prince the true facts about consoliation.
'> As a result; "We been there's 'coOd reason to doubt it. the Administration's f isea'l and Princess competition climaxesthe They mostly benefit the students of "VOTE FOR BETTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
,' dink,1ftOnI money than we India,arid Pakistan prttrlde fumbling with growing alarm 1963 Halloween Carnival. Contestants
Jasper. The disadvantages and '
,: lake'iiL"1d rand more United still another two examples of and shrinking confidence FOR OUR CHILDREN.
elected from the first studentsof
States dollars have fallen into And their attitude shared hardships placed on .
*the hands of foreign) bunks and bywellinformed businessmen through sixth grades are vying or White Springs and Jennings .:: = : : :: ;;:: ;;; : :::::::::: : :, :: :::::-:-. _::,::' :::: '. ,:
governments. Right now, this all) over the! world. the honor. haven't been mentioned or discussed -
totals'up to" deficit of $26 billion. than: to think when,the the Parent Teacher Association, There is one thing I would like to
Since; in all our dealings, United States asks for a loan and all members of the P. T. A. say to the people of Jasper ,no BOLL WEEVILS, scoarge of the cot
the U. S. is on"the'gold stand- the International Mone-
from '
ard, these dollars can be tary Fund a practice ordi- urges everyone to come and sup matter how this election turns out. 1 ton former,nay succumb to the vacuum
: sent back and gold demanded. narily indulged in by down- port this carnival of fun those of us who are opposed to cleaner!A machine has been do>

.7' That's just what's been happening and-out countries. They -can consolidation are not social lags eloped to sock up the fallen buds,
and that's just whereour :remember when we helped setup Abundant Farm We are not misinformed. We are beat them to a pulp to 191 tie(emit
gold has been COin and backed it
the .Fund not riarrow-minded. are not
end then throw them bock for laterharvesting.
John F. Kennedy has pub- otour dollar.
with the prestige I
self-centered. :We .
are prejudiced, '
"concern" Production Boon .. .
licly expressed his And now here we are waitingin for our' ..
much than we certainly want to keep j
Actually, it's more line with our palm extended.In
that be feels. And it this the Admini- To high schoo in our communities. .
concern how the Ur s..qravJ\'l'rain.hu the face of NeedyFarmers ,
should be. Privately it's been jumped-the track. Pakistan is stration urges the Congress to l Bert Chasteen I
admitted that If Germany and now buddying up to Red China blow another four billion on in particular should
France decide to present their because we're been too nice to foreign: aid." take satisfaction in knowing that
dollar credits for payment in India. On the other hand Indiais As a .result foreign banks the abundant production turned out to schools, needy families and
gold, the U< S. could ,be stone cooling off toward us be and governments with dollar on their farms makes it possible charitable institutons in this country -
broke. cause of our aid to Pakistan. credits are now cashing them for millions of needy people-both I and to needy persons and school
This, of course probablywont Goings-on like this might be in for gold. To put it bluntly.the7're ,
at home and abroad-to eat better lunch programs abroad.
nation that
happen. Any that it's our
funny except
before its
cashes in all its dollar credits money that's involved. too late.getting Emery Williams, Chairman Agricu I Needy persons in family units in A

would, in effect also cut off The fact is that the American down tural Stabilization and Conservation this country receiving donated commodities
all business ties with the U. S. tax-payers'dollar has been And so down down State Committee, said today. totaled almost 5,550,000 at ffv

And that's not like to ,happen strewn over the international go It's our shocking reserves. that so pros- According to a sumary of the the end o fthe 1963 fiscal year. This
except in an emergency. landscape with all the restraint : perous a nation as ours now U. S. Department of Agriculture'sfood included 98,094 persons in Florida. '
Emergencies' however, seem of a' sailor on a spree. finds itself on shaky ground. donations received at the Domestic food donations during
with frequencies
to occur disturbing
these days and the The idea seems to be that And it's imperative that something State ASCS Office, more than 43 the yea rtotaled 1.9 billion pounds
American monetary system is cheap, easy money is a sure- be done about it fast. billion pounds of food were distributed including 1-2 Union pounds to *g'
fire cure for whatever ails the 'Were: got ts stop squandering -
nothing to play risky games do is during the fiscal year 1963. needy persons, 488 million pound
world. All have to substance hare-
with. Bankers_ say this is no we our on This was nearly 2 percent more to schools, an 165 million pounds to
to run a bank and I say keep pumping out a copious brained projects. WeVe got to YOU R THUMB Ptl NT t*th* ANASPJIIN-StZE-r Lees
way charit-
flow of American cash. 'This discipline our government to than than the total distributed in some 1.4 million people in may
this is no way t. sun a in some miraculous way will control its spending spree. And the previous year. able Institutions Included in the mthrersal credit card of tie futr% developed that can lop$1 nutfio

country.Let's take a cold hard look cause such threats as the we've got to insist that other The Chairman pointed out that total domestic distribution of foods After selecting a borne, car or from design and; coastntctlof

at where these overseas dollars spread of- international Corn- governments shoulder their the donated commodities were acquired last year were over one minion necktie, yoa would limply place costs of $4 moat byxfrosei
are going and what user are monism" :to dissipate harmlessly share of responsibility for theworld's by USDA in its pricesupport pounds of USDA commodities a card witfc yoar thumbprint in plaid! reports Che tut Iron Cap

being jssed for. into thin air. problems.In .what's needed and surplus-removal operations given to more than 56.000 persons front of OB electronic scaancr for ne cempa (s new catalyst..

legitimately.Some of them To support are spent our sneer Obvtautr begwash.;- the The theory only thingthat's is .i*other good words old-fashioned re- and made available through who were and victims of hurricanes, instant;idestirtcetko at a central notes several previoesfy ecuscry !

troops statiesed overseas, for dissipated: late thin air sect for the dollar. the Agricultural Marketing Ser- floods similar natural disaster bfonnation_ file porifkatioa steps.__ J
+ vice's direct distribution program in 8 states and Puerto '


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i BURNHAM NEWS]1;;'::1 1 Mr."t children and Mrs.were Charles up from Brandiesand Ocala i I Another; View Of I T. I[METHODIST I HOSPITAL- NEWS BIG FIRES HIT .

; By LOIS EIFPERER i spending ,the, weekend with,-their Tift County Highi rI PLANS REVIVALRev. COUNTY FOREST
parents and grandparents. :, t ..'. I -
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Forest land in Hamilton \
t If you wish to gain a reputation x / ;t I : Countyhas
Hft Mrs. Emma Prather is bade'in I Upon err"!" arrival ni the new Henry A. Guy will begin the .
for been hit by two large fires this
being close mouthed* make a Johnson : lewArrlals t First Methodist Church of -k"
Hamilton County Hospital after school Oct. 12, we met Mr. i : Jasper'
week. The long dry spell and the
practice of telling only your', 'joys. I spencSng last week in a,Gainesville'r' the principal., He guided' Us I I Revival on Sunday November 3. ,i high winds brought on by Glnnie.
Marceline Cox' -
I Rev. has
hospital. through the school, made comments I Guy just completed a one
I 'e I IMi."a and' answered questionsIwe j I Mr. and Mrs. Dowel Harbin are year sabbatical' leave from the t PATIENTS W ,HOSPITAL NOW:: the hurricane playing around off
: W ,.E. ,Haupt celebrated his J I,; :Mr. antJ Mrs. zanies Colemanand ,.I asked.. 'j I the proud parents of a baby girL j Florida Conference to make four, Paul,King the east coast, have combined to
seventy-seventh birthday at his'I, children of Jacksonville spent Thefirst room we went into was 1 She was born Wednesday Oct. 231 t missionary evangelistic journeys I l\1rs.'Emma Prather make a very dangerous condition.
i home Monday October 14. Mr the weekend home with their i' J. S. Extreme care is urged for this area>
at the library. It cnsisted of two and lias not been named. Mrs.Harbin ,which included Colombia end Ec.under Hayes '
i Haupt is the father of Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. and J. S. ,Mra.' in any use of fire, as it will get out
parents Mrs. Burn- ,floors. Downstairs were books and ; : will be remembered as in South America, taking 1 Myrtle White
Kramer. ham. 1[bookcases arranged along the walls jI j Lillie Mae TomPkins. .part: in a Layman Crusade; Costa Mrs. Thelma Williams of hand very easily, and prosecution
. | !I and many filing cabinets. Upstairs \t Rica In Central America on Methodist W. A..Jones ... might result
Mr. and Mrs. Gurther Kirkland Mr. Franklin Gaston attended the [was .,a storage room audio-visual j -- -t, Mission fields; participatedwith Mrs. Alma Bailey The Florida Forest Service,head-
1., of lakeland Florida were visit- funeral ,of his' brother-in-law Mr. I,room and conference room. ,gave us a demonstration. E. Stanley Jones and Thomas I Jktrs.\ Ella Johnson quarters in Hamilton County re
ing relatives in Hamilton last week. Abe Gay in Oneca Fix, Saturday. ; the forest fire information
ports following
-" In the halls students'' were pro We, next toured the'Biology room. :Carruth in Ashrams in Norway and Tony Bailey -'
4 i afternoon. I vided with lockers in which to put I first noticed the convenient desksEach Ashrams in Norwayand"-Finland, .Wallace C. .Trouffle for the county for last week
Christian Women Fellowship Sleets .' 'w ,.. ('Ibisdoes not include the fires
one was built for two smI Airs. Rena CastKran
their books. i ij Ii I visited Berlin and went behind the
The Christian Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and
Women Fellowship
iof Burhnam Christian-church- children spent Saturday night and i j Near the Office was a 'Clinic,:crsickroom. I dents. Izi the center of each was a'"iron curtain;" visited the birth- Jim EDckmut mentioned, above):
disectina tray which Is most helpful Martha Battle col. There was one fire last week
Jacksonville I place of Methodist while in Eng- ( )
met with Mrs. Sunday in with their
Friday October Tedford 18 Sullivan. son and farrily Mr. ark? Mrs. I The Office' practice class is a"' during experiments. Desk tops land; made an official tour of the Betty Kingdom (coL) which burned .9 acres, bringing to
at 3:00 p.m. Tommy Keeling and baby and with great advantage for the students could be raised or lowered ,at an refugee centers in Jordan: visited! lsaaQ..F.otd. (coLL, -. .,,yam 46 the number of fires so far this"*" .. .

., -With-An ,interesting Mrs. Wallace'pmgratn Selph presiding.pon'fthe;,Pavid,KeeJ ngs: ;., Fister !and'amlly',why.:have...-rplam"m-,9tfice-- angle .convenient. <. of. frrmogMrcrsketching. I;Rome;Athens, Ca11t-. and the'Holy I Ralph Sander Jr. (col) tear, which burned 1333'acresr ,

'Chainging City challenges the ,Mr. and Mrs. J. J" Zipperer Jr. ([work.. I Land; and preached in the India PATIENTS DISCHARGED Herman Land ,
Church. I The Typing room has its advantages The chemistry lab was wen I I and Singapore area. SINCE LAST WEEK: B. G. Smith '
i j jI I I Mr. and Mrs. Albert ,Deas and too. Adequate typewriters and equipped. There were-bunsen, bur- Rev. Henry A. Guy is presidentof Carrie Stewart (col) Mrs. Marjorie Westbeny, .
At the conclusion of uie program baby spent the weekend in Blounts- desks. Connected to this room was ners for each of the six experiment World Good News, an evangel- Mrs. Betty Daniels George Roberson
Mrs., Isaac Shiver had charge of town. with their parents and grandparents ,.tables. The stone tables istic .
the bookeeping room supplied with top were Missionary Organization. Mrs. Theresa Blodgett Warner Williams (col.) '.,:
the worship Service' using as the Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Wo- many calculator machines.The :'chemical I I resistant.: iThe'.room also' Mrs. Ulma Braswell Horace Goolsby.CHAMPIONSHIP ., ,,
theme "For Those Who Labor In mack. consisted of large cabinets -_._ (
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.craters .
I lunch neat j I
room was very .iS
Missions" !1I I I '
after which delicious a storage room,a dark 4-H CLUB
I room NEWSIn
and well equipped not to mentionthe
:Mrs. Dick JDostie "and childrenwere '
I refreshments were served by theI I" conveniences of two serving and shelves of chemical supplies. : ;
from Jacksonville
up the
4-H as officers we
hostesses Mrs. TiUman II III I"
I and Mrs. ing sometime with their-mother I,counters and the choice betweenone Tift High has a practice football elected Don Selph as President
Lindauer of First : ;
Christian church and grandmother Mrs. Minnie of two lunches. The price is field and separate stadium. The '
Danny Sapp vice president Stan-
in Valdosta I ; [
were visitors at this physical education classes, take '
Waters overthe weekend. thirty (30) cents per day.
meeting.. They presented good ideas .'. 1 : I i i Large black boards, bill boards swimming lessons among other i Hayes as secretary; Lynn RODEO
and plans for the work of the sports and have future plans for Copeland as reporter; and Leroy ; ; .
The Wayne Johnson families held and clocks were provided in each Cowart as Council Delegate. We : :
missionary group. This was appreciated October bowling classes. I. .' ,
by all. 'their first reUI The floors of this school
were .
Suwannee River State Park. i
20, at I Reporter. Lynn Copeland
i I amaz-ingly i made of tile and stairs were of
Mrs. Nancy Gayland and baby' Everyone enjoyed the day weiyr;,1 Three foreign languges are!stone with steel insteps. I I In Branford Nov. 2 3
and friend Mrs. Rita Wall and much and we hope more can be .taught.. I II I The band room :contained four I Letter Clarifies

baby all of Jacksonville spent last'present- ,,.next' /r.' year.. .' v .., ,. I I I The speech lab fascinated us'separate'rooms. One for storage of I Saturday at 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:30 :.''''
week with
Mrs. Gray's aunt Mrs. instruments and three practicerooms. Court Decision
Elizabeth Kramer. I Mr. and Mrs Pete Blair. and,_ most. In it were 30 speech booths j, ,It '. '. .
I children of Jacksonville visited equipped with microphone and I 'e. Parade Saturday at 3:00 \...: :
;Mr. J. E. \V llims.and childrenof their parents and grandparents Mr. earphones for the student. Controls I The gym was huge ahd contained: tt| Representing certain taxpayersof '; oJ _'

Jacksonville spent Friday night i.and Mrs Otto Deas Sunday i,for these were operated by the]I two very modernized dre9s Hamilton County I filed suit in : '; Sponsored by
and Saturday with their parents .teacher at her desk. On her desk rooms each for boyS and'girls.. Circuit Court to either enjoin the I
and! grandparents Mr .and Mrs.I I Mr. and Mrs. *Isaac' Shiver attended were four tape recorders and a I When sports are held*-in the gym I holding of an election which would '
Winston Williams. church at First Christian drawer record (player.l The instructor -I there are accomodations of both have the effect of not only issuing Suwannee River Riding Club
... explained to us the operation::loud speakers and two large fans.j bonds, but likewise in the same :
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J -" '. and uses for this speech lab and I II At the front entrance of'the gym is j ja election consolidate all of the high .
I I snack bar. -' I I schools at Jasper.

FOR BETTER SCHOOLS. The Homemakingdepartment! The Court dismissed the suit, but.
!''Church in Valdosta Sunday. was divided into two rooms. In1'held thai; Consolidation of the TiERV"

a _-:-" each were ((10) sewing machines,.schools was not an issue in the .
':! Mrs. Fred Roebuck spent Monday (4) stoves, ((4)) dining sets, (2) refrigerators Bond election, that it would take a'
in Valdosta with her sister Mrs i cabinets with rotating majority of the school board to

The Status ; Jim Geiger. 'shelves I I i j and a small connecting I consolidate and it could not be

Quo't Mrs. Charlie Deas' brother, Mr. room with a washing machine and j done by an election.We HOMES
rr '> James Leigh of Lake City was in a..:'dryer. j I also attempted to raise the ,
Will Have To Go r car wreck last Thursday. Mr. !' The boys agriculture shop was I question that if there was. not consolidation

: :. ,Leigh was slightly. injured. equipped( with man machines suchas that there had been no -OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-
I -' electric saws, drills, files and survey by the school board to
I t ':! i *
John Deas has been other types of machines and tools. determine if a bond issue of
1{ Mrs. confined
< : ;; to St. Vincent's hospital for I This school has luxurious conven- $400,000.00, was necessary to construct Home Ownership Is Very Simple '
Vote For School Bonds ; high school to
a building
t the past esevarl days. Mrs. Deas iences but above all it gives its I
',' comodate only,the Jasper area, the When Handled by Experienced -
< underwent surgery Monday of this students great opportunities whicha
_... >', effect 'of the Courts holding, as I
l' 1 .r. week and we hope she is doing: school like our cannot give.
',- : >:: :-! i' such opportunities: We'd be a interpret it that this was for the People!

r.'i',..', Nov. 5 :?. '.,''' 'V\-' fine.'S. I If Consolidating can give us such public to decide.A great number of
>' ft,.' ----I ..r'1 f f Miss Margaret Culbreth of Val-:opportunities: We'd be a happy people do not feel that if there TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.: /
t. should be consolidation that this
> ,- dosta is at home this week on vacation -]Congregation with schcpl Consoli- no
? *,t. '. \ t tA Margaret is with Southern dation! I amount, of, money would not be I3bedroom'1

\ h J,(JBell Telphone 0>. Waunele l Walker 1 needed. WILL BUILD
i Substancial numbers of people'
seems to feel that the transportation -
I or 1/ bath
ri: BALLOT : of children from all over the
SAMPLE :: County to Jasper would be highly
....,...-,. -....... ." _..- I I expensive children. and long rides for school I .- -, .

.. '. r YOUR LOT
Another issue that is involved is :

SPECIAL ELECTIONtHAMILTON I IJ the the fact minimum that the foundation 1963 legislature program in, :I V.A. No Down Payment ''* *.," ,

I provided for the State to furnish : F.H.A.Minimum Down, /

r > COUNTY, FLORIDA / 75 percent of the costs of operatingall (Small Closing Cost)
I of the schools and this would II:

..lPRECINCT NO.: ......:.. ...,.:..u. : ,'... seem to be the answer where it has II Other Type Financing Available
',' '' : if been contended that the county :
i t '-' ; N'OVEMBER 5,1963 -' -' -- '.-',-- ,.< ,- ,-1/> ..< I I was not able to operate four high I I Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramore

schools in the County. Another :

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL No.3CONSTITUTIONAL' : I issue that seems to be involved thatit I have over 20 years combined experience in the construction

,. ,..;,. .: would not eleminate any teacher : and financing of homes.
AMENDMENTg--r---. t or.- AMENDMENT I:Jabs, but would just put more inconvenience :

Mark a cross (X) mark i in ,the square at the TO ARTICLE IX 'P from remote and riding section on the of children the- .: TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.

RIGHT* for -Amendment 'or' against 'the't !County. .
Amendment. -:i '. : ". : > : A proposed amendment! to Article. IX of=the. Another thing to consider is the :
Constitution of the State of Florida by;adding a I necessary funds to service the j Builders of Kingsberry Homes
No.1CONSTITUTIONAL ',:. : section to numbered by the.Secretary of State bonds; based'on the present assess ,P o. Box 366'S JASPER
.' providing that the ,Outdoor Recreational Development = I ment it will take some 10 mills
.... AMENDMENT Council as created by the 1963 Legislature I levy. There has already been some ARLIE TOWNSEND, Owner

SECTIONS 20' issue revenue bonds, revenue certificates .argument for a higher assessmentof
TO ARTICLE IV, 2 and may GENE PARAMORE Sales Manager
all become ,
property, so this'may .
." or other evidences of indebtedness for out- I
A proposed amendment to-Article IV sections 'door recreation and natural resources conserva- necessary. i Call EDDIE McGHIN: 792-6631 '

2 and 20 of the Constitution of the State' of tion and related facilities; providing that the Respectfully submitted, \ -
C. A. Avriett _.. -
'. Florida providing for the election of the Gov- Legislature shall designate the revenue or tax ------ tI'.4'o.v.y. J-y J.ItfItt"-----4' ""

; ernor. Secretary of State. Attorney ,General., 'sources to' be deposited in or credited to the

Comptroller. Treasurer,,Superintendent,of Public land acquisition ,trust fund' for their payment-
'.. Instruction and Commissioner Agriculture and may ,impose certain' restrictions.

.:.', at the 1964 general election for a ,term of two

-' years and thereafter commencing with the general I I. i .
.- J,.' election of 1966 for a term of'four years and FOR THE AMENDMENT : SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE

providing that the Governor elected at the 1964 '..- ,
general election shall be eligible for reelectionto AGAINST THE AMENDMENT'a L: r--4 'a HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA

,the office the next succeeding term. F .. ,{ '
k- <-'1 :," W1, ''_'" '? PRECINCT, NO. ...........-....--- '

FOR THE AMENDMENT ::. .:L'\I .- .,.,:: ,..-. .. -,';;' I't" -' "Wt r* 'NOVEMBER. sth, 1963 .

1/kNo. -I ,. : -; .
-'" Shall the Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton County. Florida, for
2 ;:! ': ? :: .-:.- ,_ ,' .-, "; "..' and on behalf of Special Tax School District Number One of said County issue ..

'CONSTITUTIONAL -; serial bonds in the principal amount of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars bearing"', "
.. .. interest at a rate not to exceed six per centum per annum maturing from January
TOARTICLEXnW 1st.. 1965. to January 1st. 1984, both inclusive callable on and after ten years
: A proposed amendment to Article X1I'.oftthe: ". :-: 1 from date of issuance upon the terms prescribed by the said Board of Public
{ the of the building and furnishinga
Instruction for purpose financing acquiring
Constitution the State of Florida by adding a -
consolidated Hamilton County High School including site improvements at
section to be numbered bythe Secretary of State.
the present Jasper Elementary School site in Jasper. Florida; the principal of and
authorizing; the issuance of bonds for capital
interest on said bonds shall be paid from a special ad valorem tax levied on all
-outlay at institutions of higher learning., including ,, '
junior colleges & certain vocational technical ( ea ,- J'J't taxable property in said District, and for the prompt" payment of said principal
schools certain .' '\ :_ and interest the full faith and credit of said, Special Tax School District
; pledging tax ; pro- -
S : ..
<< Number One shall be pledged?
: viding for'the; use of accumulated surplus to pay < ?l -,
: ', for any capital 1 outlay project authorized by the* ', < ; '<
; [ ,
Legislature; providing procedures:' 'providing"powers ;;. .?- -k { _____.__..__.-,- For Bonds %

:.: and duties of the State Board of Education .. ;. : _.. 'I ffj t
: and State Board of Administration :: .' !. : : r f
: *:* ,; : .... Against Bonds '
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: tf. 4r "> .. r' .. ,
F0RTHE AMENDMENT -" t I : *:"'. '.t*".:: r ,-;<.::Y. .: :- : ;<' INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: If you are )in favor of the issuance of theboa'd

.. '. 't: i *place an *.X''in'tb .'space to the left of the words. "For Bonds"If

'I' I '- I ...:- : you are not in favor of the issuance of the bonds.,place an X" in the .

:: AGAINST THE AMENDMENT t. f' .... space to the left of the words "Against Bonds" .

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; Friday, October,25, 1963 THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA ',' PACE THREEkj.4

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- Jackie Ratliff and her friend weekend session at >Cowling Park mosphere of school talk school day''coat with fur collar a large Liz for sleep time wore a white

'.IrtJ Becky GilLof. LiveOakL pent'Sun=I I this Friday. Reyv Travis Carter'"reminicences an, deducation .this:patch rocket -'WaS noticable. 'I flannel pajama two piece with red

: day with Mrs. Oscar Ratliff and[will be the openng 'speaker._ On weekend when Vagie Cone and Dot, Margaret Ann Modeled a beauti- smocking on the blouse. Her shoes

attended church with her. Saturday Rev. J. Crazier of. EDen Ryan; met at our. house Sunday: ful pale green nightie with soft were white with red knit tops.

;1 "' cIv'; Vernon 'ton a Methodist minister 5vU speak 1 '. I{shoes-Shescarried a large furry dog Margaret Andrews did an excel-
@L' Mrs. Bridges and daughter } The missonary' society of this, Loraine and Jerry Keifer came of unannounced breed. lent job as narrator.
k8.1' Y Bunny of Valdosta were spending church will serve the dipner. -in Saturday. They had been by The Murphy Smith daughters The door prize was. the compliment

::11 t But the day guest of Mrs. Oscar !Jacksonville and Lake City. {[ Alice and Sally] represented the of Kayo's Drug Co .and was
Ratliff one day last week. A preacher had ax spec in his Jerry returned to his work Sun- 'Eagle Store. Sally wore a little drawn by 'Mrs. James Martin.

/ .eye and the congregation knew it. day. Loraine plans to be here about play suit of blue pants with print 1 I Prof. M. L. Powell of Jasper High
}, TuesdaY. Mary Lang. Mary But they were good 'people and re 2 weeks hoping to finish her apart- blouse and carried a blue wraparound spoke to the dub in regard to the

\ *. SYcMBon 24951 Francis Lewis, Edith O'Cain and membered that they had a beamIn ment. skirt-just in case. importance of Education and the
f !jJS" Jim Camp left for a week at the their eye which must be attended ,. Alice's costume was of wide wale: need for advancement. The Bond

I Lang Camp at Old Town They will,Ito first. They got so busy getting While in N. Carolina this fall she red corduroy suspender suit a I
The Jasper Garden Club resumes About 75 men gathered last weekor be joined later in the week by,out the beam so they could help had seen Nell andArchie Hicks and straight skirt a wesket end a printed emphasize

'.1 its meetings far the season next the Baptist Brotherhood meet., others. the preacher with the ,spec apdi had talked to Mamie Lila Odomon blouse, with black shoes. j I I
Friday afternoon at the Florida ... I.. At a short ouaness session the
s i they became humble and
I ( forgot the phone. Kathie Dedge and Sharon Sapp
Club voted to enter float in the
Power Lounge. An interesting meet The Jasper ministers and their Prescott
Katherine and Ralph about the spec and, the outside S5 appeared from the Pixie Shop. I I parade.
ing is anticipated. Mrs. Julia Rat- wives meet this week for their, and children of Gainesville came world also and the church and Over in Tallahassee in January Kathie wore, a red wool frock
There also vote to plant
was a
Ifff win show pictures and items oft dinner at the Methodist Parsonage. up Saturday to be on hand to cele ,preacher became a good influencein there will be a Dog Training school with black patent accessories trees in January.
interest from her visit to Londonin The new minister Rev. Mr. Truet i brate the mothers Mrs. W. A. the community. We certainly need one in Jas shoes belt and black beads-aU
Comer of Divonia will join the: Oct. 20. . There was a cordial social hour
the Spring. The hour is 3:30. Lewis) birthday on Sunday from Pixie.
with cake and sandwiches
i .* group for the first time. These . I| Attending the district meeting of per.A multitude it seems, cavort in Sharcn'jWas; in matched sports costume 'with uts punch and mints in abundance.
The goblins'll git you if yo don't meetings are delightful affairs of The E. C. Brownes visited his the Presbyterian'Church in Gainesville my yard and in the street and what paisley peddle: pushers and *
watch out Oct. 26. fellowship and fun brother in Orlando last week. I last Tuesday were Mrs. Van
with all the barking it seems more in blue an. dgold. She wore I Miss Inez McCall and Mrs. Addle
The Is to all Jasper Zant Mrs. Wade Norris Mrs. Barney
group open like dog town than otherwise. black pennie loafers from Pixie.
The World's Fair of 1964 is New Mrs. Kate Adicks and son Bill I McCall were honored guests at
Ministers who would like to join. Morgan .Mri. Raymond Camp
York. Shall we go again friend? t f went to Jax Sunday to see Miss and Mrs. Horaee Lewis: > 'The friends of Mr. Mac Bormel little Representing Lang's were two their birthday dinner party at the
We drove Atlanta and who continues quite ill ': girls-Liz Kyser and Dsneei Oaks in Valdosta. These
to joineda Mrs. Roberts of Lake Wales has Kates sister, ,, will be interested in news. of him. Owen. 'I Ashley
5. j Denee wore a pale blue ny-
there. Remember? ,ladies the a1"nnth.uf'
party having same birthday
been visting her daughterinTawMrs. I'm still arguing for thebig He was in town Monday morning Ion
nightie with
matching robe and ,
I Bought my first pair of T. E. Clardy. I The ,Robert McWhorters of El- houses long:.halls*many slippers. Pase 6)
Naturlizers at Rich's which took . Paso visited the aunt and uncle ton
; windows lettingidne outside in and went first to see Mrs. W.. B. j
t care of. my foot problems." Mrs. Albertha. New City of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Oscar;.., 'Ratliff' recent-'I the inside out.',All in the cause of Lewis who was his Sunday School i"
We saw little Foxes at,_ the is of :Mrs. Blanche ly.. individual then to the''
,the guest privacy;attd: freedom. teacheryears ago.
theatre 'played by Tallulah. Ban- Perry.. '. ; In Oct. ,American Home I find high school where he wished to One CONSOLIDATED High Schoolin
head. 1 irs- T ..T. Law celebrated her
5. this' quote (" This conutry has an see Mrs. Kirkman end Miss Vir-
The ride up Riverside on- the Lamar and Glenys Lewis., of 80th.' birthday Oct. 15. Her daughters abundance. of almost everything gina :Milton. small will
fornt\* seat of the deck of the Mrs Vivian Mannings gave a our county do more
top Homestead, Lamar with the Air except privacy. It seems the more Mac has been away 17 years with
bus.Shall Force with their little daughter luncheon in her honor at the Floridian we get o feverything else, the less justshort visits back. He is in the
; we gO.-1gaInt ',That was in Lindsay visited the parents Mr. and Those present beside the guestof we have of privacy. employ of the Brown Shoe Co. For toward bringing all of our people
EShaU Mrs. Sheldon Lewis and the grand :honor were Myrtle White, Essie Now there is nothing wrong with many years-first as a salesman
C. vGoolsby.It .
and H.
mother Mrs. W. B. Lewis last week Smith being around people xxx to avoid but with responsible promotions closer together
We: should be busy but not toobusy was a merry crow las they all contact with other l humans thru the years. ,

,! Mrs. James 55s5 Land of Atlanta talked. much of maily affairs look- would be dull as well as unhealthyBut He is married and has 3 children. than all that has
been done
ed recnt pictures' and cut a
at interested'that
came last week to see her mother there is nothing abnormal in Many friends will be
The Baptist Choirs for the Juniors Mrs. Theresa Blodgett who is in pretty birthday cake. just wanting to get off by yourself he is an outstanding worker in':
L and Primaries began-'practice Hamilton HospitaL Later in theday a garndson Shel- when the mood strikes. The individual his church and does local mission-1 proposed "

last .Wednesday afternoon. There .. ton, Mitchell recently home from going into other room ary work. j ,
were 15 Primaries directed by Last weekend Bitney (Gene) and Korea came with his daughters fora and closing the :'door just to be Recently they lived in Roanoke' in. the last twenty-five .
Dianne Clardy with Sharon Sapp at Ann Ratliff of London came in fora little visit. He will be located in alone! considered, to be ill in a Va. and now is being transferredto I years ,
the ano. delightful visit to Mr.and Mrs. Colorado and was enroute home. J bad mood are showing signs of Mobile. Ala. .

The Juniors were 25 in number Oscar Rafliff. Bitney had to come I antisocial behaivcav < Another,case of a Jasper boy!
and directed by Mary Webenwith to U.: S.>q1.business and Ann "camealong Recently Mrs.. J.. K. Cooper of I The popular notion is that except making good in the best sense of; VOTE "YES" FOR
Mildred Sapp accompaning. for the flight* Mofven ,Ga. spent two weeks wth .
(for sleep our days: must be spent the word. SCHOOL
her. cousin Mrs. Oscar Ratliff. 5 BONDS .
.e ;either with our own family with .
;friends with passing acquaintancesor Mr. D. Kirkman is a patient I,
STUMPBRP Last Friday! Mayreid and Billy even with people we don't care in Pinview hospital for surgery. :::zti--:1'-----: : : : -.:
$ Adicks had a wedding anniversary
i for. Just so we are not alone. Report is: that he is doing nicely
Coming home to help celebratewere We'd Ike to start a .campaign to after a few rough days. "j
.A Adicks
daughters Wimpy make privacy popular again. His many friends welcome good* Er Store Wide
Meeks of Jax and Dorothy Jane
We'd like to see houses designednot ,news from his bedside. I
300 South Patterson Valdosta Georgia of I 1
Cumby .
5 *
> onIy'to give privacy from with SALE
.out but from the inside as well.I Mrs. William Geiger of Clearwater t
The Advent Christian Church More rooms more doors, more|i I spent 10 days recently; as'' \
closed the revival with the dedi-I locks and most Important we'd guest of :Mr and :Mrs. O. W. Nor-1 I % Pixie Shops
BUILDINGSUPPLIES dedication Sunday of the new Edu- like to see the for privacy accepted wood: ie \ VS
cational annex. The revival duringthe as perfectly normal: by family and i i I
week had been well attendedand friends. I I The Jasper Woman's Club got off
on Sunday a large crowd met! . '
,. to good start Friday Oct.18 Mrs. Famousshift
( for the service. I Virgie Cone of Jacksonville has'!'LOis I Curry president presiding.
'L --I 1 After dinner on the ground and at I given a copy of Lillian Smith's Mrs. Bill Kyser chairman of the r $*| .00
; : 2 o'clock the dedication of this!I book "Memories of a large Christ program committee for the afternoon '
,." lovely: debt free building took lma.s'. to the Jasper High School. was introduced. She presentedRev. DRESSALL
*', place. Rev. Travis Carter is the It is a Jasper story of days-long Van Zant of the Presby-
: ; QUALITY FIRST- -: :. ., :, pastor and it is with his leadershipthat I away. terian church who gave the de WOOL

tt:: ", ; .. r ', f-> '- ,: : : : : this progress has been made. .s. 'VOtionaLThe -SUITS
Opening the meeting with prayer
Mrs. Lawton Haskins attended a j Junior Fashion Show featured -
!4 f Ext. Plywood .-- $2 95 and scripture was Rev. Harold I.business meeting in Sarasota last eight young teenagers and sub- Stirpes Solids all colors, + '

4x8 Sheet . . . . . Aldridge. Rev. Thomas S ..Warrenof ,:I.Monday and Tuesday for the Divi-I teens in a delightful show of fall : za
Panama City a former pastor sion of Greens Fuel of Florida fashions from the local stores- .: :
!14" AD Plywood was the speaker of the eddication. Corp. The company has 34 ladies In Levines, Eagles Lang, Pixie. $4.99t

.: 4x8 Sheet ..: ... .,. : ..:. 2 65 Rev Silas Aldridge read the dedi their employ and there were 33 of I Brenda Levin and Margaret Ann I
catory litany. them .
present at the meeting.We Sapp represented "Levins" Brenda I
3/4" AD Plywood The Matthews sisters san "Bless at my house lived in an at- looked quite smart ina borwn tweed <' t

4x8 Sheet . . : . . .,. 0.40z" This House". ,_. .
Rev. Clarence Kirby ( ) I "
'] CD Sheathing i Plywood 1 o /?r4x8 gave the closing prayer. .

: Sheet . . . : . .. O.DD The,society of\Home and Foreign I ,

'j missions of the Advent Christian .i
FELT 15 lb. '
; t \.
195.4 Church met Monday evening. The
Roll . ... .', ...' .;.\..:.;,. ............. study was of the work of :Marvin .. -;-. '
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Bird TB Shingles, 15 year Bond/ ". t and Loraine Casey Missionaries to '\C-: I r
235 lb., Sq . . . :. ..-. : 6.75 : Ihdia/At this time the members, revealed S 8fefcS3S! -:"" ..'". ,

-,- Pre Hung Door Units ,. 'n M ," 7 -'r f O OA } ,the secret pals whch they had proved had Ivery I __ : ; .. -, f t
for the past year >>
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Raillite Laminated Plastic,'Counter:Top .
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of the
The .La anan's Retreat
Sq. Ft. . . .: \ >. Christian church will open a .
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i/ PAGE FOUR ;; '., ''' '. _;i: << THE'JASPElR -NES ; J + 51'ER.FLOR.LDAc---! : : ; Friday-October: 25, 1963

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1 r' ; ; '1 '- "" JACKIE..4 BOBIN- ON- TO '"Th 'Fellowship. of Baptism be truth.brought again into the ONLY wa ywe can i

lYmi aridYour Sclictol.
t"c: I" > i Arid The Bloc Of Christ"There and the ONLY way; : ;

by,M. L. Powell Army Pvt. Jackie L. Robinson, sin and,. being to walk .
t son of Mr.. and Mrs. Fltchure Robinson is, much confusion 'today tism? Notice Galatians 3:27 "For Is .w
by aside all
1 The primary:justification for the' health facilities that are located Jasper is,scheduled to complete about the connection between the as-many' of you as have been hap- trines o.,fmen, and* omas'i '.' "
; I existance of any;'school is that it in the county.Yet. we:have air educational eights weeks of common 'One Bapfism and, the Blood of tized'into Jesus Christ have put on with Christ by baptism

\ may; adequately meet the educational system that has _hardly' specialist: training at the U. S. Jesus Christ The.-confusion results Christ. ." Can you not see then to walk this new 1if .
requirements of the community been touched in the last 25 years Army Training Center, Fort Polk from either- conscience or.uncon- the communion that the blood and Romans 6:3, Via Bible
I ,' it serves. Now we know at the secondary level We are La. Nov. 29.Robinson science desire to retain long established -theOne: baptism of Eph. 4:5 have? THE JASPER NEWSMusic
I ; that .there Is not,'a white high definitely behind the times in this is receiving training as principles' of (Man not God) j t Again in Col. 114.< ** In whom we -. .-Kenneth----- E \
school in Hamilton'County' that can respect. Nothing could] do more for a supply clerk. but does not: result from:an Inability: '' have 'redemption through his blood
i I meet-this classification when judged the rural development and advance The 18-year old soldier entered to understand Goers' word 'on this I even: the forgiveness of Sins" Do

I In the light of today's standards ment of this county than for its criti the Army in July 1963 and com- subject. There is; no confusion*.as I you feel that you must choose between ? Center ".
and requirements. In addition to zees: to provide an uptodater..modern pleted basic training at Fort Gordon to what the Blood of Christ will"do, I divinely inspired passages of
the benefits to be derived from an t educational system that would Ga. that is wash away our sins. Revela!!scriptures{ ? Do you think you must

adequate high school from an educational -t provide expanded educational opportunities He was graduated from Jasper lion 1:5,, Revelations 7:14, but :!:\reject "Salvation byj baptism" In
standpoint there are other for all the children ,of ffigfv School in 1963. many misunderstand just How and'Border la accept salvation by blood"
benefits that would come to the I this' county. When industry beginsto ---- When God 'Washes our sins" by::the fellowship between the' two? OF CASTLE PARK ,

county_ and to the students who I cast an eye for expansion and his Son's blocd. Certainly the act;Can you not see the partnership of '
attend a modem benefits derived to the studentsfrom of washing our sins resides alone !actually the same things are attri-
j location it carefully Scrutinizes -
: -.; [well equipped I i -the educational very facilities of the an expanded extra curricula 'with God and man-cannot direct or,I'I' buted to baptism throughout the H; Pianos and Organs :
# ,, :' ,, school. We have community in which it considers program. Our athletic program 'command this to be 'tjbne. That New Testament as are attributed to
.k: t|heard much boutus j jj I,locating. There is not'a community could well become second to none 'I'goes without saying, but when and Christ's blood. .

"'!t"' j i th matter of in this county that can say to: any of any of the band school systems of in our the How does God remit our fromGod's'past sins? 'j Let us look at the same truth ..:.Needles arid Accessories
1[rural develop-I.proposed incoming industry that we area. The program This we need to learn from another angle. Cot 1:2022.says : ,
II: school cuold be improved without book of law for us tday the New "
went, expansion, :have ,an adequate high school The And having made peace
AH other phases of the
and Improvement j:i provision of adequate secondary measure. Testament through the blood of his cross, by
Sheet -
Music -
school could be equally 'and Guitars
a '. I If the people of .school facilities might well be the program have Blessing of Blood Attributed .him to reconcile all things unto him i
: ]Hamilton .are I first step towards real improvement imProved .Some the consolidated When Properly Baptized ;self; by him I say whether they be
been lodged against
____ (really' interested & economic recovery for this that students Many fail to see;the"connection or things in earth or all-things unto Phone :; : .
in this matter now Is the time and, County. school program fellowship of hd 1tism,and the blood himself; by him I say whether they 2429865 ;
the opportuntiy to do something k- : for who live in the other areas of>the of Christ.,Can any person success'i be -things in earth, or things in
,Here is a great opportunity would be denied the bene- Valdosta Ga. '
about it. The first area of rural i business improvement and county fully deny 'tha ?ba tism'.play an heaven. And you that were jsometitnes f<- ,- ,
| expan-
the athletic
fit of participation .
part' in salvaticyv* Am .
well important our alienated and enemies-
improvement might come in
sion. If improvement is to come at extra: curricula activites of the
and '
,, the social institutions of the county.![all it must begin somewhere and2reb of transportation from past sinsTfCertairily none can your mind by wicked works, yet .
'I school because who will the authority of reconciled in the !!:, '
accept now hath he body
Some improvements already '? it could come at no better school ,
Now high
been made in the improvement of point than that of providing better problems.athletic our is carried on in i' Jesus: inspired! words. In Mark 16: of; his flesh through death, to pre- -'t/-- (l 1.t1ea' &llih..J ,
these institutions. We have many educational opportunities for the program 16, 'we see that rJesus clearly puts sent you Holy and unblameable and; w :
after school hours and we baptism BEFORE salvation. "He 'unreprovable. in his sight;" How
and girls of this county.
fine and excellent churches located boys
don't experience any difficulty in that believeth and is baptized shall did Jesus reconcile us? Through
all over the county that are do: Aside from the expanded aca-
: those wishing to participate in t>e'saved: bur,be that believeth not death or through J his blood, meaning 6 ... Hundreds of satisfied customers
ing a good job In meeting the demic educational opportunities : : -
the transportation problem. Neitherdo shall be damned. Also on 1 Peter one and the same thing. But ? : ...a r i aI'E! thre jury w fir Cl! proves that our
moral and spiritual needs. of our that would come with an adequate those schools that have already 3:21.No'less 1 important'than Mark notice what a.uithe same writer r .ts,r ; r neat, complete building, supp + lime
people. Certainly citizen in school system another benefit of
every gone through a consolidation move- 16:16;'Peter bfJnspiration! informs said in Roman's 6:4,' Therefore we 1 .i_ is the answer to your problems. Se
the county has a right to be justly but nevertheless -
secondary '
ment have any difficulty with this us that baptism saves .us. The'like are buried! with Him by BAPTISM us rna .
proud of the excellent hospital and would be theI
problem.. If all our people throughout figures whereunto even BAPTISMdoth INTO DEATH; that like as Christ

r. the county would concentrateon now' savefus hot the puttin g| was raised up from the dead by I 1. .
the problem of how,we can improve away ofrthe.fihh; of the flesh, but the glory of the Father even so we ..

'in Hamilton the educational? opportunities the answer 'of'a 'good conscience. also should walk in, NEWNESS of I USEDT-V.K
instead of hunting :ways and excuses toward God;4y the resurrection of life," Do you realize that ONLY '
from doing the job, we would Jesus Christ. "Also as recorded in by. BAPTISM can we. be brought "l-i\: ? 138 !
: County NOW is 'for our people to be much further along] the road! the book of.Aots:, as 'Peter relates 1 Into fellowship in his death? If you S'AS'.A:: ONLY $50 ,

to progress. The trouble is that the story of the salvation of these, have no fellowship in Christ death

join j hand's ana give our.children i we have too many die bards and Gentiles ,Cornelius in particular you, have no fellowship with the :: 4t USED

reactionaries who resist change no said the angel'told him that Peter purpose, or the blessings of his .;;;#. .. .* ..... .,
matter how desirable the change. would tell hin words whereby thou death that is the remission of sins,, .
i Better educational -facilities: may be. and all'they house shall,be.saved." Matt, 26:28" For this is my blood RefrigeratorONLY

'f"-" We would like to say just a wordto Then going back to chapter 10 inverse of the new Testament which is shed

'f;, ,WILL YOU HELP? those who are'primarly concer- 48. Peter very plainly and for many for the REMISSION OF Myveneschance $75
: ned about the matter of increasedtaxes. simpfy' Commanded them to be1 SINS. Just file the weatherMy

i .: <. In the ,first place it, has baptized in the name' of the Lord The HOLY SPIRIT makes an ,I prices areAs SEE THEM
r' "YES" been rather convincingly determined (by His authority) But I want youto irrevocable truth when ''he very 1 low as ever. i
VOTE that the tax increase will be notice the way that baptism plainly states in two places that BEFORE YOU BUY!
'. : very samll in proportion to the in- shares in common or has fellowship Baptism and the Blood are both for

I SCHOOL BONDSNOVEMBER creased benefits that will be derived I in this ability to save with the blood remission of sins Act 2:38. Be
I[ { t' I for an adequate school system' of Christ In Ephesians 1:7 Paul baptized for remission for sins .
and program.. If we fail in this said "In whom we have redemption Matt,,26:28 this is my blood of the
''i > 5 attempt you may rest assured htat through his blood the forgive- new testament. Which is cshed for
I it will take more money than eVer nessof sins, according to the riches many for the remission of sins.' In BU/CDFRS' L CTRICAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES*
L before to continue to operate three of his grace," Do you ,realize that both pasages tie phrases' for the
: -- small high schools. This within itself only those in Christ have these remission of sins are identical in
:j may very likely give rise to blessings of his blood and that the greek and english translation.
a, tax increase without receivingany \only way to.be in Christ is by bap Let me emphaize this simple
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TAGE SIX :: T::HE JASPER NEWSs JASEER., FLORIDA 1 Friday October. 25, 1963,

were enjoined to-be; prepared to do I'"Outside i Appearances C n.JJe. I Former Siudent."Favors ConsolidationI I the needs economy.Industry The county and limited desperately education .

t.ll I Each member of these families I
: ; I facilities has played a big
@L IA I something for the entertainmenta Deceiving -f am a graduate of Jasper High would be possible ..offering modern!part in the failure to obtain them.
RS tIJ' joke a dance or an interesting I[ *. School and recently> graduated i shop, experimental ,and teaching. of who
T :- Regardless you are or
in such from the University of Florida. ':facilities. ';.
yarn. County its err: "he lunchroom is
fine Hamilton -
.. l 1 l[ Many of our !what your business or profession
Vvyler Those attending from Hamiltonwere Citizens have voiced the opinion shape that it creates an accident During my five years of college,t The pace of progress certainly] may be,.the educational system in
Mr. and Mrs. Jody McCall, that the present Jasper High hazard for students Teachers the. enrollment increased from 10, I makes,bo esdbfeption to the faririerAdvances _this county affects you directly or f
(continued from page, three) Miss Myrtle Jennings Mrs. Walter i[School Building appears to be a patrons: and lunchroom, personneL 000 to 13,000, an increase of 30%. in production techniques.indirectly.I .

ways celebrate together.) ,Havener,Miss' .Inez McCalLi satisfactory and fine looking build- If you have a little time, come in- This example Is,only typical of the t of crops timber, and livestock are j 1 I
l i .s side and observe the floor of the urge each of you voters In the
.ing1.I growth enrollment the colleges
m being made day increasing
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r The Hamilton'County'Home Demonstration I consider these factors
:MR. JODY McCALL HONORED i I There is no doubt that the Jasper makeshift science laboratory you I,.and universities in the state and competition and making the farming county to
PARTY I Christmas Fair is being will readily agree that the battle when you stop to decide whether
AT BIRTHDAY in Nation. !
is credit
School building
talked about even now tHigh a against the elements is an but lost.i industry more complicated. Certainly the sacrifices necessary for consoH
Miss McCaH and Mrs. Maud
Inez :
the County.I I i I
outside appearance to I Unfortunately, the rate of growth ,
The date is Dec. 12. 10:30 a.m. i School I every farmer in Hamilton dation are worth while.
hosts buildingwas
.Havener were the gracious appreciate the scruturai beauty I The Jasper High of facilities in the colleges and '
honoring their uncle Mr. Jody 'Mc- till 8.30 pjn. evidenced by! the building but fine when constructed but thereis I I universities has not been able to',County has realized this challenge.I I I sincerely hope that inter-c n-
Call on his birthday last Thursday Club members and new members ,'since times and'needs change, out- no way in the world 'to develop'I i : j. In Hamilton County, the popula munity friction and prejualce Sean
at the Triangle. I i|are invited to exhibit handmade.side beauty"'alone is not enough In a Hamilton'County High School in I(keep up with this staggering pace. .tion has been steadily decreasingfor be set aside and your decision will
The dinner table was centered articles"'for.the home.gifts, holiday school plant. the :middle of the business section I Even with the advent of junior colleges the past several years and now in all honesty be for the future of
with a lovely fall arrangement.,*decorationsclothing. and handicrafgarticIesV -I a of of' Jasper. Even if the building, the problem of over crowding the by-passing of Interstate High .the county and its youth.
There were festive decorations on ; I am certain that none our w Structurally safe, room for has not been solved. In an effort way 75 offers a further threat to James E. Crews
the table. The spirit of'the occas- o fibs F r'will be at the Jasper I school boosters would agree that science labs, and industrial arts to eliminate some of the excess i
Women's Club. It wil Ibe an all day the location is conducive to aca- ,
student, college entrance requirements -
sion was enhanced by fancy hats, department, a language laboratory 1 I "
: : trucks and mt.e.
work ,
affair with a""covered dish luncheon demic ; cars. : r
ballons and candies. The guests, : "I': strains make much noise duringthe band and music rooms along with, are becoming mare demand- + ,
joined whole heartedly in the fuh. i '. 'i... .' all other needed facilities could ing and college curricuhxms more.
Pines went to Mr. Ben Bates, The' Jasper.. omarr's Club is a- day that it is impossible for not be added to the present site. I difficult. I
gain selling fruit cakes. Already 1 students or teachers to concentrate. t r'F
Mr. Roy Pafford and Mr. Bob they have sold a sizable amount. Then too the closeness of the I I There! is too a question of pride I. In recognition these factors,0
Tuten. : The district meeting of the F. F.: business parts of town tend, all to involved, the sagging walls and more demand is being placed on
Mr. Jody received many gifts W. C. goes to Branford this year. It often .to beckon the 'students. to falIil'Q plaster present an eye sore the high school to produce graduates "
anda cake with one candle: that is hoped,,a good delegation will go leave their studies. A"wrong loca- as well as' a source of danger to with highly.competitive quali r i .
-can&e meaning 76 years. from the Jasper Club. Contact, any tion and Jack of expanding room students and patrons-Speaking of fications. ,[
Beside the guest of honor and club.member, 'especially Lois Cur- are sufficient reasons. for the citizens -'pride and true +concern it is inter- The larger high schools., with more j,
hostesses those enjoying this affair of to want a new,estin&tto>me as I talk to our fine funds available '1
"ry if you wish fruit cake for now the County I IP I have rallied to the
were=Mrs. Jody Md all, Mrs. J. ., senior"+ citizens :of this County, the -'iy ,
Christmas. excellent. .. ,
or They are challenge and have built modem
Graham Black Mrs. Addie McCaU 1 ''''.nIC'There' elder&jmen and women who have I'
several reasons:! facilities I
are more laboratory broadened
Mr.and Mrs. Ben Bates Mr. and that, they ,
much to us
meant so ";
Mrs.: Myrtle White is a patient inHamilton for the need of. a plant. Perhaps -. curricuhoin
nejir their ,
Mrs.Roy Pafford; Mr. .,and Mrs. 'recognize I the educational needs of to Include more Y v 7
,- Hospital much to the regret of the most importantthat '
:Bob Tutee, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. one 1|this generation.. Almost to a per- college preparatory courses and:
:of many friends. She was unable the present Jasper High School: .
Harrison, Mr and Mrs. Ivey Kin- son they quietly observe then have installed thorough guidance .
sey. !I Jo.:go. on the Florist tour to could well be a fire trap: since only I[voice the opinion that we must clinics .One by one, the smaller,
{Nassau: the outside shell is fire-pnoof. The ,
equip, our boys and girls for a new counties have realized the chal-: -
The Russell .' (inside walls are of wood and plaster -'I
and Carson Miller '
type; of work world. The influence lenge and have pooled their limited '
families have great days Saturday I He .that coveth a transgression construction and no'type of
and straight thinking of these progressive resources
I I a consolidated
seeketh Iovebut'he that high
and Sunday 19th and 20th of October ; repeath safety measure could change the
citizens certainly grat-
'a' matter separath friends." school: To see the results, you a
at Fort Clinch State Park very 'potential fire hazard that exists.{I concerned. They are
Fernindina. In the Jetties Lodge. i One'idea of good decoration is to, Theer are other difficulties that are I ifyng to don't have to &: far beyond your '
Families were awaited_to bring'know all the rules-then "forget" .not decernable from the outslde- [naturally attached to the old Jasper own door steps. Lowndes. Columbiaand
them and work by ear". structure but with true progressive Alachua counties .x :
food for a cookout on Saturday. The i parts o fthe building are already just to mention ,.
fire fort the cooking was ready at I To wash walls'- I badly infested with. dry-rot and 1 I insight these people "are in a few have consolidated high T ,. ,.a
: to out that beauty"
quick, point
6:00 'p.m.Coffiee. | % cup vinegary' termites-this due! to the dirt.filI, schools with some of the more
"skin-deep' and that the
this is
was ready at 8 Sundatnornirt ; % Cup ammonia ;that had to be used in the old I[ modern facilities in the state. '
old builfingi has seen better days.All .
% Cup washing Soda
I j to make the building In this
2 qts water. of tiS should take a lesson from Agrarian County a large
Motels-Golden Isles and Ocean I usable. ,[the thinking of "these people who percentage of the graduates from
View were available as also was I FILE_ GUIDES The same dirt fill that allowedus continue to point' toward, better high school enter the farming and
the lodge incase one wished tg to use the basement rooms of things for Hamilton County. We timber business. A consolidated
bring his cot. THE JASPER NEWS the Jasper High School has-spelled are greatful to our senior citizens high school would be highly bene- Passengers watch as guide on the Jangle Cruise nt

who we know will come out and fical to these students. With pooled Florida's Silver Springs feeds the wild Rhesus monkeysthat
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Friday, October 25, 1963, ; r.JA S,eER NE W 5 JASPER ,. &IO.IUI.I2A. PAGE SEVEN


( I LETTER' TO'EDIToR J..R. E. Lee's I EDITORIAL -, i iI '
4-H Members V1ft a5per eW5--
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Says Voters WouldApprove What Alternative ave., : ,
; Chatter Box : ,: .: '.. *'
} In Swine Show I Published Every '
., Friday J \,
For the consolidation bond issue
Bonds In all the discussion about school and : "" '
I -
i The students at the J. R. E. Lee Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
Sev :4-H Club boys--fronvJlR.E.: : .: High Schoojl have completed their:little has been said about the alternatives. What if the proposal fails?1 -

Lee High School; Jasper, and Jerry :Jasper School OnlyIn work for the first six weeks I f Jasper still must have a high' school; Jennings and White Springs Subscriptions Strictly-: Advance .,,'

Jackson School, Jennings, took part period. Since the school encourages I(are still: part of the count, and they still will have to help pay fcr i r: $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

in the District Swine Show and Sale a recent issue of The Jasper high scholaship ,we the faculty When. the movement was first started there was no mention of Cards of Thanks . .. $1.00 Minimum

that was held/ Thursday, October 'I News, in the bottom: right hand would like to conmmend the nu-I I consolidation-just a new high school for Jasper and some improvements -I Telephone SYcambre 2-6331
Monticello.The headline said, "Tell the
17. at corner, a meroous students who attained
and White But delegations from these
for Jennings Springs.
,boys that _had entries in the Truth to the People-They will ,three point averages or better, un- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers *
*. I communities (the same people still opposing) appeared in opposition::
is i
show were Johnny. Allen J.. D. Accept It. Just above this a der our four point grading system.The .
i I 'unless the same amount could be spent in Jennings and White Springs. Ir
day, of Jennings; David Howell lengthy article by John R. Hart. school was honored on October I
would like to point outcome fallac- 22 1963 Let's be realistic these people don't oppose consolidation as
and Macao Howell Jr. of West Lake by having language r $
Charles Johnson, William N. John- ies found in his article. arts' consultants from the State De :much as they oppose Jasper. Why should Jasper citizens- who pay

son and Benell Smith, of Belleville. FUrst he speaks of the reason in- partment. These consultants were J most. of the taxes in the county=send their children to the poorest oldest I

dustries do not want to settle in able to give important tumble-down school in 200 miles while shelling out
All of these boys attend J.R.E. Lee marry most building IN CIRCUIT COURT CSrenlt Court of Hamilton
1 except William Johnson who) at- Hamilton County. He blames this gestions an daids, to the sug.t dollars, for, extra classroom units for neighboring towns? THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Countr. Florida. by Afteft
tends Jerry. Jackson on disunity in the county I wishto order to perpetuate the Language Since'f have been in Jasper I have heard Jasper men speaking I OF FLORIDA IN AND I' F. B. Barrel Jones,, deputy clerk
prove the fallacy of this remarkby Arts Program throughout our FOR HAMILTON COUNTY Florida
The 4-H.Judging, team.won first several publicly and privately on many many occasions advocating some'i I Jasper Plaintiffs ,
an artic'le'ptlblisbed schooL I IN CHANCERY AttorneyOct.
place in the contest according to i thing they thought would bring the county:: closer together. They haw : b 25. Nov 1. 8. L5. .
years ago in this very paper. Arepreeritat'lve' It is essential to mention our foot'ball'tf&ctivitieSicJuring iA1 1j...TAMR.LtTTFULLAH; PI..ti\c.._ .
Isaac Chandler Jr., Assistant Coun- '
aaything alienatiing-othert'sections"of the"cotiniyt
; pft some<<; industryhadseemed thigt runfon done/nearly: '- to"V9 IN
ty Agent- .Members Judging interested- iri settlingin season. The Scorns attacked the r I[ have noticed that Jasper voters even vote county commissioners and I I TAIOR. Def,*...t. !' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
"Team are'Johnny Allen J. D.Clay.Ola.rl -DIVORCENOTICK FOR HAMILTON COUNTY
J. Johnson and William N. Jasper. He was shown the town Tigers from Green Cove Springs (school board members from the outer edges of the districts nearest I' OF SUIT FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY

Johnson.Hamilton. and decided on& likely place. Then Friday, ,October 18 ,the game White Springs and Jennings. sq that it wouldn't appear Jasper was IN THE FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATEOF ALMARI.XE. FAtTL. Plaintiff

according to:the article the owner sulted in a 20-20 tie. The l"e.1 dominating. To LUTFULLAH: TANIR, Defendant I ROBERT- LEE PAUL.-VS- Defendant
County 4-H orb"members o fthe land felt it to be most'valuable will attack the Tigers of Noa-ReaidMtt. IV! THE NAME AND BY THJ3
received two blue ribbons to him and the price jumped County Training School In all the'! cSscussi--} on consolidation I have heard in recent Mimar Kemalettin Cad.. I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OB. !
Grant Has Kat 5, No. 40t. .
and three red ribbons for :showing skyward. This immediately, discouraged night October 25, 1963, in the J. R. j months, the advantages to Jasper any were not mentioned by a Izmir. Turkey I Ir (I FLORID TO: ROBERT LEE PAUL. Whose
their animals., The other: ,entries the company and ajl.in. E. Lee Stadium. Game time 8:001 i single person. Only the benefits to the children of the whole county: ,. You are hereby required to .residence and address is Unknown.

:from .this 'county did not. ;;qualify, terest:was load Js.this due-to-dis-., p.m. Please come out and support!were spoken of. These fancied'benefits' to Jasper were only brought up I r has take been notice filed that against a. suit TOO for Divorce in the I I I been A sworn filed In bill this of Court complaint against having you

for ribbons.,,* ..Johnny Alien; -won :unity? ; your team. 1 by the opponents. These opponents even tried to block the election above stvled cause and In the above the relief therein sought being
I named Court and you are further divorce and other relief you are re
second.place' in the Showmanship" '"The' Jesuits of disunity have, j they didn't care what the majority wanted-they didn't want the citizens I I,required to oil your written defenne quired to answer said complaint on
contest.. 'a: thereto on before the 2Jth day of before November let IKS. furnUhin -
Jaw and the loss of CARD OF In other these few ;
been incomes to even have'a chance to vote.' words oppon- !I November A. D.. ms. in the office ? to C. A. Avriett. Jagper.
.Jb- : :1200( persons from 1950, to 1 Y' The family of the late Mrs. Mat-1 ents wanted to force their will on the rest of the county -denying them i,.of the Clerk of the hid Court at Florida Plaintiffs Attorney .a copy
tie of takes thiS Jasper' Florida, and also to serve a thereof, else decree pro confes
is Spencer Jasper ,
of these !
loss of people
Local Church The
many the right to decide for themseelves.What copy of such defense upon the Plain will be entered against you.Witness .
due to small farmers who could not method to express their grateful I I tiff's Attorney F R. Harrell. at his my hand and the official
if it fails? Is that the end cf it? Ycu know it is not! We
office in .
Youth meet the constant rise in taXeS and :appreciation to the many friends, Jasper Florida or decree seal of this Court at Jasper Florida
,Rally who J still. need a Jasper High School. How then can we get it? t ]! pro confesao will be entered against I this 27th day of September, A. D.
other expenses, moving. elsewherefor both white and colored I!you and thereafter final decree of i 196$.
employment. This; rise in taxes ded sympathy and many Perhapsit woukf be-possibte .to break the county up again into Divorce in favor of the Plaintiff ; Thelma Lewis
The ,Sunday. evening> service of I i I DIANE TANIR. will b* soughtagainst Clerk Circuit Court of Hamilton
} three school districts for the of bond issue could the
become annual event, and of kindness during her high purpose a I I .
the First Methodist Church of Jasper has an*, exten-l the Dfendant LUTFULLAH County Florida
now with the prospect of a raise-of death. Special thanks to the : citizens of White Springs and Jenningspay for their own school expenses j TANIR. by Alice Jones. D. C. -
will include the youth program Witness my hand and the Seal of I (SEAL)
"Speak Up for" Your' Pfuth,"' an 9 mills there Will be more loss of ,tree & Son Funeral Home out of local taxation'? I just don't believe they have been;doingit aid Court on this the Mrd day *l \i I C. A. Avriett *
staff for their service. May God woBldstiD' October, Afl. 1563 I Jasper Florida '
nouncedrJack Vinson : population.: up to now- so their taxes have to be raised! ; .
superintendent 'tr' THELMA LEWIS. Clerk October 4, It. is. S5
of t fhe1\Youth, Dis bion. The Either Mr. Hart does not, know ,bless you always. No one says that a consolidated high school is the answer+ to all ---- --- ------------- .

youth in the 10th'Uilv and 12th his 'school business! :as he..should or Lottie Mosley and Family our problems-BUT ;:" I I

grades ale participating in the he. is trying to mislead somebody. -I- It WOULD make one county out of three communities. In a 1.

Speech phase,of the program. Someof He asks, the question "Can you' ac- school offers more and better train few years the students--and adults-would think cf "Hamilton. High"as A VOTE FOR SCHOOL BONDS

the youth will be speaking on commodate and help tra&fthe' } people ing than is being given there. I OUR high school. '-u ,. I I ,
for work i" Does do not say we can't improve, Im-
their faith: this service we need our
at e It YOULD give us all JT Orefor our school.tax>dollar-and we I
n't Mr. Hart know that we.are part provements are needed if the few IS A VOTE FOR PROGRESS
A panel of judges' will .select thebes classes and activities they now only hear about _
of the North Florida Junior College in Jasper would let us work for '
representative of First Meth-- in Madison? One purposeof these improvements for all instead Lt WOULD give us all-more for our schoo?tax dbllarT and we :I '
odist Church to speak at the next I all certainly need that! f .
this institution is to train skilled of a few and let us go forward. } '
larger rally. The Junior High labor ,for any Industry thai should Most of us over the county agreeSomething When you go to the polls on Nov. 5 don't vote "against" some .

Youth are writing essays" on decide to 'settle in any9pf:ihe ft,J needs to be done in Jas I thing-vote "FOR" something! If you vote against consolidation what VOTE "YES" FOR -; :c
'Speak Up for Faith. Again,
your ,
counties. The only requirement is per. At the controversial School are you voting 'FOR"-- -. ?' -- ,
the best will be selected and
forwarded essay on to the next level of that there be as many as fifteen in Board Meeting several of the mem- NOT lower taxes-they will have to go up anyway! "x SCHOOL 'BONDS .V: : V v- =
class. This could be ANY industry bers said they were prepared and -
the Youth Program. a t -NOT continued attendance JD'a shack for Jasper\students- a new1auilcfing :: '
textile boat-making, beekeeping would go along with the idea of anew 'r: :
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The combined youth group will will be built anyway somehow! 'j r r'NOVEMBER '
metal work, for examples. We or improved school for Jasper. I J 5 .[ .
sing the special music "Speak NOT unity-most assuredly not that!
up county
could answer "yes" if asked this None of those present, wanting this 'I }";: '-
for Your Faith:' composed by Rev. consolidation recognized this All we ask is that each citizen think these things! over realistically -r" "
question. even :
Barclay Jackson for this youth gesture. There would be quite a Don't base your vote on jealousy, on hate, on personalities I 't;i
The theme of this Some few: years ago a privatesurvey r rt
program.is best expressed from pro-his was made for a newspaper difference in tote mfllage requiredfor believe spoken lies and half-truths.. ? You know the facts you can think 4 r. I

song.gram "Good news of salvation' about school program and the re- the needed school room just in -just face up to these' facts, that's/ all anyone could ask--and. vote'theway .
f Most people would got VV J" f'
Jasper. think
needs to be heard whose sults in several North Florida you ; ,-
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lives need the strength of many this word. .counties. In comparing the sur- along-with this ,but to put $400,000in : ; /- ------ ._--

of each individual county, Ha- a school .unit not neeoed. is too 1. : : I
The Church calls to youth for a veys : t.j "
message sincere, The challenge to milton County's school programwas much to ask of anyone. ,.
far above some of the consolidated A person who is experienced in .., ..., f .
witness rings clarion clear; Speak .... '"' ... .., 'ITJft, "_
Up for Your Faith!" schools. know the Jennings the setting of bonds estimates that ;- : \ ,. :, '_. r. ... ,w ..:-.. 4.&f: '
I Other Methodist News School has_had improvements at the end of the 20 years the.county V. ;J1r: V "" "
The Commission*-xmk Education"!since then. "because a school will have paid $600,000 in %V*' '

will meet Sunday evening at 8:00 is consolidated does not make it i pIe and interest, even at a Prlnci-I lOver under around and through. "

p.m. following the evening servicein better. A nearby town has a con- vative interest rate. .. ,

the educational building;, announced -]solidated school; in talking to a The question, has been ., -.
CoL Julian Wood Chalr-i'mother from there. I find our, 'Don't we believe in a Democracy'l
1 the answer is a

man.The Official Board of the First 1 1 ;for'the First Methodist Church a democracy the majority of votes PALL MALL TRAVELS '

Methodist Church will meet Monday will be held Wednesday night. The I for or against a thing'should determine I
the issue. But, I believe those'who .
evening at 8:00: p.m. following special theme for this family night a'"
//i the commission meetings of Evan- I with be "Evangelism" as the 1,1! will be affected are the ones

gelism, Christian Social Concerns, church prepares for the Revival:, who should decide the issue. It is I

(Missions, and Stewardship in the with Rev. certainly being advertised that any
Henry A. Guy. A new: PLEASURE TO YOU !
Education Buildng, announced Mr.I' film produced by the Board of; owning property can vote. Thatis (
legally correct but, morally, do
James Dunaway, charman. Evangelism, "Conversion Plus,"
I' -I'I the many property owners who pay V .
Family Night Supper I will be shewn immediately followIng V j' -
The Quarterly Family Night Sup- the meal.CLASSIFIED. no taxes have the right to vote a : .. .
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tax on those who do pay them? A"'l ..

There are many houses in the county \ : .,,' ... ,. .19 I
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. ADS =there are only six houses that PAUL.MALUs' natural: -. .....* : :. .. .;;: -
valued above Homestead Ex- .
are ; .
emption. Yet each of these owners is so friendly( to ,youi\tastet } .. "' / ':: !!.H"', :,;, .:' "

SEVERAL TORS Best USED or I FOB SALE Plymouth Auto $150, has the legal right to vote a tax 1 (. r-< : r t \ .' :: "
room house,2 acres land $1700, on the others. The Bible states: .
ed to sell. Mannings R ? \ '"
Deep Well pump $75, 1960 Chev plainly, in so many words "Do I < ,, ,, ," *-, ..t. ....
phone 792-4421 tfc ,.
Jasper Truck
J $500, Gas Stove :'
I $25, Refrig. unto your neighbor as you would 'c '; '' Po: :
$25, Sewing Machine $10. Electro- have him do unto you." Mr. Hartis I See for yourself I PALXMALL's famous length travels ,

FARMERSMONEY tux Vacuum Cleaner $25. Wonder correct in ,saying that this issue I the smoke naturafy-over,-under around and A, YoucnGht .
Bar either B"dl
., Jasper .2tp t should be'. prayed over...and that! through the.finest bl cos money can buy. Makesit
for your farm: operations those involved''should react realistically '. mild but does not flfeer out that satisfying flavor.
at reasonable cost. Termsto VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY about this issue.It .

fit your needs. Loans up to I I in Live Oak Florida for all your is true the county is disunited, so friendly 10 your taste..Buy PALL MALL Famous ,

7 years. Can North Florida Production musical needs from organs and but the fight over consolidation is Cigarettes. adtstandlt g--an4 they are Mi!d1!:

_ Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave I pianos to records and record players certain not to heal any rifts.A. .

Live Oak. Tel 3622588FREE tfc F. BURNETTE
Sale. Good condition. $40 and tS1

LUBRICATION! $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper rg'r&\ tjf& t ma/uecu avajzco \ nij an4it

We nil give a FREE Lube Job phone 792-4421 tic ?\ ** 0 0is .

with each oil change.-for a .. .- -J middlenamc. ;
limited time only! GOOD USED TV Installed, for WOODS BURN. ;t'I .'

S Firestone Tires 100.00and up. Mannings Radio

.Delco Batteries Service. '792-4421.. Jasper. tic ,
-at competitive prices! --- :
FRED TAYLOR'S FOR SALE Gelding saddle > orse.
TEXACO STATION Very gentle $125 cash. See Lee 4lr .

Jasper Telephone 792-203 I .fompidns Rt 3 Jasper tfc "

:i- Georgia Plate Glass Co. FOR SALEFence Pom Round ..- : tea, : -

L 1'i Store Frosts Heart Cypress, 25c and 30c each ))L\ ;:
Ray Morgan, 397-3345. White :
_ ..BSrrors Tab Enclosures ReaHvered Showers Springs 025p i

:215 W. Savannah Ave. C 2-528S I "Let us be.of how-
VALDOSTA )IANVA."iTED to manage andoperate good cheer
;ver. remembering that the '
retail Watkins Route in
this area. Earnings of $125.00 per misfortunes hardest to bear are % &\
ESTRAY NOTICE week from the very beginning. those which never come Lowell I % .

Taken up at my place,: 2 :hogs Write Mr. McGarity. P. O. Box 627 True enough we cultivate many

boar and one sow .Owner may Williston. Florida Nlc anxious moments anticipating

ve same by identifying and pay- troubles which often never quite

damages and keep. Must be USED TYPEWRITER $40. :Recently materialize. The sweating out
claimed by November tenth, 1963 reconditioned-all in good' of fancied misfortune is often

for, same will be sold for charges.C. I working order. The Jasper News more tortuous than misfortune
W. Hurst Route 1 I itself when it comes if, indeed

Jennings, Florida. Seven to twelve hours weeklycan it comes at alL It 'seems wise

Oct. 18, 25, Nov. X 8 net excellent monthly income. then, to devote our capacity for

: More full time. For personal interview worry! and action to misfortune
[REPAIRS. .We repair an b'Peances. s write P. O. Box 4195. Pitts- which have found us; many will

Mannings Radio Service.'Il,burg 2, Pa. Include phone number prove,'to_ be side-tracked shortof

asper.. 792-442L tfc .> ,_____________,__ our doorstep. I
I Which reminds us--don't become
UND NOTICE Lashley Grits MID will
> Hound Dog. .Owner side-tracked
dentlfy. Hihvard Morgan Ph. be open aH day every Tuesday until when itcomes
to .eIcIea1 solution to
7-3342:; White Springs Nip further notice. Hubert Lashley Nip your Uradrjr problems.. The

SPARE TIME INCOME 11&1 Chevrolet for sale. Telephone a 1- :
& OLEAXE 8. WhefeerTev '
ig and collecting money 792-3075 after six.o'clock. New.En dew prefer '' --
our pick and service
vp F-
m NEW TYPE high quality coined gine all good condition: Nip or oar self-service fectttfesyoa J rr
F dispensers hi this area.o .

,selling. ,To qualify you must FOR SALE .30-' CAL. j7$. ARMY are &IIitA1I"e4"of! complete .._ ea.-r.c.. .
lieu at JASPER LAUX&RY 4 H -
; ave-jcar' references, $600 to $1900 I CARBINE. Call- Carter Reid it CLEANEK& "!to'
ash. 792-4261 or 7Wi 2781. Nip J '



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