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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: November 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE I 10c'PER:COPY'':':':$3.00PER' ;: YEAR ., .: : ':HAMILTON: COUNTY, JASPER FLOI.UDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1963 f VOLUME 93, NUMBER 44

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Big, Parade, Big Game -, Sees Local Need Doctor Of Next Tu.esday f Is :> ;


Consolidation :. : .
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' For ,Ja'sp-erHo.m-ecoming-: Dear. Mr. Ehlert r' Bond Election *
I First I think-that- we should all Day -

The Jasper HlgttBuDdogs, will ,say thanks for your impartial ef-

Methodist Revival i meet fce Bucaneers'froirfBranforS J>E/Collum .'l\l Ves .relative fortytorgiv to*our to the school people bond the lacts issue .- ..... __ _' .., .. t'4 .......... --- ....--, .

High on Ihe-localjfield Friday Annual Even which win be decided on Nov. 5th: Jennings Citizen I Voters of Hamilton County go to the polls next Tuesday
fug at 8:00 p.m. for the To Oklawaha
Begins Sunday Homecoming game. The- Bulldogs Permit me however ,to mention to decide several very important issues. They will be
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Preparations"n for the first Methodist have played .one of the, toughest A series of managerial changes one factor program In our high which school I do consolidation not 'Writes, (Opposition. handed three ballots, if they are freehilders, one if they

Church, Jasper Revival are countered seasons this in the year last that several it has-ep- oas been announced,. for three district believe has been mentioned.among To; ConsolidationI are not. The clerks and inspectors have a complicatedJob
years offices,M Florida Power ,
; Corp
Tjeing completed this week Wednesday an dstands at present with a 2-4 oration .effective October 28. the many fine articles in your paper this time and voters are asked to keep this in mind.
night featured family Fellow
a ship Hour wing the film "Coaxveralod' redo drJThe' Bulldogs have won ,C. R. Watson, former, managerof books from week comes to first week..7PJ., but tt am course thinking would like to give some facts They have been asked to attend a school of instructionto

Plus** tad stimulate thought both.of Butler Its conference..games and and have with the company's Avon Park district in terms of a fufQCe Hamilton and correct some points made in assist them in their job. The local school bond bal.
Lake. Mayo
is the JaSper recent articles consolidation in
<> aeand now manager-"o on
"lJ.i discussion Evangelism. -
on
Dunellon County football team.'Yes, instead] lot is about 9 inches the Constitutional Amendments .
'Saturday will witness a prayer Vigil lost non conference games to district; R. V. Kirby, former this county. square,
much
leading,MP to the week of Revival Mbntfcelkv Sante Fe' and manager of the Oklawha' district. of larger trying consolidated to compete.pchools against, witha The book that has raised such. a ballot is a larger letter size sheet (every voter will

Services.-The Services begin Sun Orange. :e .Park. takes charge of the Avon Park die.trict mere handful of.regular players furor on consolidation written by receive this one), and the trustee ballot, with five candi-

day morning and last through Friday The boys seem to be in excellent I ; and J. L. Collum .former and substitues we :could consolidate James B. Connant, has been misinterpreted dates for three vacancies, is a small sheet. The latter also
*.Rev, Guy wn met with head, of the Jasper'district.. isboW by the school authorities -
night spirit and,ready; to make the homecoming -our:learns_ and.Hulot give real
carries the for the usual 10 I mills for school
the men each morning except Tues game against Brandtocdits manager at Oklawaha. competition to higher class A who say this,is the thing to do. request purposes

:. day when he will meet with the third Suwannee River confer-1, Kirby Joined the company in 1941 teams in north and central Florida. I To begin- Mr. Connant;, clearly which'tIie county taxpayers usually approve.

women of the church Paryer moments ence triumph. held various. positions in Brooks-] Yes, I can but visualize it as of ,states that it is impossible to drawa All of the: ballots are important and are urgednit
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Inverness and you
Ocala and ,
vilie
will be deserved before the and schedule of .in blueprint of an ideal high school
crow a games
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Evening Services every day. The I .The festivities will get underwaywith .. eluding Live Oak Perry .Lake? 'for"all areas. Also, he says it is to neglect.any of them, even of you only get the amendments

First Methodist choir will be pres a mammoth Homecoming. City Bradford Hlgh: Sante Fe-arid unwise to say what is the correct ballot, go to the polls, and vote! _
dent each night to support the revi* Parade at 3:00:()( p.m. The parade many other fine 'teams would curriculum] or organization for all I -

val with wonderful music., will assemble near the ReynoldsBig create an .interest among the fans high schools as it would vary from ssssssssssssssssss

Top Warehouse at 2:00 p.m. .r never before seen hi this small coon one area to another. We. in Jen-
The parade wil circle the Elemen- 5 ty. Instead of having one assistant nings feel our school is adequatefor CROWNING OF MISS J. H. S.

tarly School Drive and march downU. coach we could have seveera] assistants our section. Improvements are

v S. 41 back to the High School instead of .average or poor always needed but it doesn't necessarily -
campus. In addition to the Home- mean they coincide with
equipment, we could have the best.
coming Queen's float and the various -- Jasper' needs.
Such a program of course would
-M floats entered by the classes include basketball, baseball and Another thought Mr. Conant
and student organizations of the CoBum Watson track. points out is the fact that a high

school, several of the.Civic organizations -.. was named Brooksville district Lets stop kidding ourselves into school should have a minimum of

of the city and! communityhave manager in 1945. In 1956 he was thinking we can continue! to com one hundred students in its grad- F.4 :
stt1 been invited to place an en- promoted to manager of the Oklawha pete against large consolidated; uating class to change the curri- J
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try in the parade. Prizes will be ditrict and held that 'post until high schools. It_is'not fair to the culum to any degree. With all the

sS given for the first second and his present assignment. boys, the parents .,the cpaches. or' schools combined there would not 1t- !- a
third place floats. Collum( was employed by Florida the fans. Let's all vote YES on be but about fifty or half that
Power In 1940 helper in the amount. '
as a
In conjunction with, homecoming November 5th.. and have an athe-
activities the Jasper W.A. will Oklawaha line department was letic program second.. i none in Now there has been a promise of
.transferred to Ocala in 1946 and
North Florida different subjects added to
sponsor its annual fish fry from many
(served as a groundman and as a ... _
school if consolidate. We
,4 r 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Senior Class Sincerely' the we .
will sponsor a Homecoming dancein I lineman apprentice moved to Jas- -Dr. J. R. BruceYtwth have a consolidated school' in this ?% tIbh
as a serviceman in 1947 and
per with approximately the
the Eelmentary School cafeteria county
.held that post until trot when he _
after the game. Everyone is cor- same number of students as this t

.. _., dially invited to come early and was transferred Oklawha' in a r Rally Held !school would have. It has been con-]
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d similar Collum "
;}'S capacity., was promoted t for several and i
share In all the homecoming activities solidated years
Rev. Guy's background in Evan to Jasper district managerin At, First MethodistLast under the same leadership we have I
eelism include 20 years in the min I 1959. '
Sunday night the "Speak up now. This is the colored high schoolLet's
istry of the Methodist Church of '
Watson ,an employee 'since 1948
for Your Faith" Rally look at the subject matter
Youth\ was
the has Florida held revivals Annual Conference.Florida He i J P. T. ,A. To Have: ,FISH joined.Florida Power as a junior held at the First Met odist Church offered. there. There is nothing
throughout
--'f mtitig! hU1)1i'ktdt1tt t': l1iIf -t Fft.Y-F'RID"AY"NfGHT-1. engineer 6tnJ tfon.In'"nd-jitalntenancer system operations, con singing rasper,.,the After.: Youtl. ja 'period OJOir- .under of great the I offered and band in this than school'is offered,except Is shop any/ ':Above, -MIss.. Bonnx Jones, is, receiving her -crowa a* J.UU.J..H.S.-o., _

es. participated' in 15 visitation transferred to DeLand in 1949 as a I aren't at the climax of an excellent program held last week in the auditorium
direction of Mrs. Clyde Paynersang of the schools that con-
.other
evangelistic campaigns includingthe The Jasper P. T. A. will sponsora residential sales representative of Jasper High School the first
the Conference Youth Theme soli dated. Take it the other way Looking on are runner-up, Ann Camp,
Atlanta Fish this afternoonfrom
and Phildelphia cru Fry Friday and in 1951 was made district rnana offer left and second runner-up. Carol McLauchlin, and their escorts.
Song"SpeakUp for Your Faith"Recognition around: they do not commercial
5:30 7:30 before the
to
sade. He has been a' member of just
homecoming with Branford. ger at Madison. He was named was given to the youth subjects except typing. I feel Miss Marsha Braswell, last year's queen, is doing the honors in
3 international game
evangelistic cam- of the Avon Park districtin
paigns to Cuba with the General'1'I ".Everyone come and have a nice manager workers that have helped to pre there should be a tour<< made of this the final scene of a program that went smoothly from end to end, and

Board of Evangelism of the Methodist fish supper before the game. 1960 and time.held that post until the pare for this Rally. The Youth school by the Jasper High group to even when it came time. to announce the winner, there was no waiting.Don .
present Workers are Mr. &' Mrs. Robert see exactly what to expect in a Wetherington, as master of ceremonies
Church. |,i The fish fry will be held in the Each of these veteran electric did an excellent job.
Gene'Dandu-i consolidated school in Hamilton
School cafeteria. Fine, Mr. and Mrs. :
Rev. Henry A. Guy is a graduateof Elementary company employees has_ been ac-
rand, Mr. James Dunnaway, Mr. I County.
the University of Florida ,and I tive in numerous civic charitableand
that the
Mrs. Tom and Mr. Conant clearly states
Billy Jones Owens
one year of law at the Florida :Student Sees Need community organizations. Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Vinson. I policy of a school is determined by 4-H'ERS TAKE CALVES TO'FAIR. 1

University in Gainesville. He is a The Judges were announced: Mrs the school board, superintendent -
of the School Better SchoolDear I : !- .
graduate of Fpr
CommissionersVote CTyce Howard Mrs. Charles 0'Cain principal, and interested parentsin
Theology Emory University At- Tom Owens ,and Col Julian; that community. From the number ,CL Sl'IGSEARS _

lanta Georgia. He has served)! as Mr. Editor To Keep Wood. The Junior High Winning; : of articles written by former RC' Ca .-*' f A.S tiFouka

District Secretary of Evangelismof We are living in an age of pro essay was written by Miss Margaret Jasper: students wanting a change ', N c ar

the Jacksonville District,He was gress. The world around us is mo- Road OpenOFFICIAL Ann Sapp. Miss Sapp's winning: I gather Jasper's parents have
also a member of the Florida Con- ving forward It is constantly altering essay was entitled 'My Faith'. The not been interested in the past.

ference Board of Evangelism. He its methods for the better- MINUTES two senior highs to speak at the I Mr. Conant made his survey in

has taken an active part in the meent and improvement of mankind Jasper, Florida Rally were Mjss Darlene Moody 1 schools of no less than one hundred str'r

Youth program as part of the faculty The question presents itself: October 19, 1963 and Talmadge HowelL Miss Moodywas I in. their graduating class and even
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at\ihe FloridaYouth Camp and Are we, the-citizens of Hamilton The Board of County Commissioners selected by the judges so speak:here he_found students got taking .

has been specal youth speaker in County keeping stride. with other in.and for Hamilton County at the next youth Rally in Jasper' liar example) a foreign language
Youth t Emphasis Week. He, has areast. November 10th. Six other Mfetho-: because enough studen did not I-I
Florida met today in call sessoin. L
been very'active and interested in ;
want to take this subject. The ans- .
'and :the foDowjhg members' were dist Churches in this area will participate i
Juvenile delinquency both in Jacksonville I Certainly we can say that we school ,- ,
at this afternoon'Rally.. wer to this in any' large or
Jack Vinson Guy Me-
and Tampa and plans to "measure up" in some respects. present: small is the changing of electivesand
Shin. Aaron Hogan, and Grover
on an evangelistic However our educational facilitiesare
carry ministryto :
would like
Wheeler. and the following memberwas MIKE'S RED & WHITE HAS required subjects. I The above picture was taken a week ago at the Hamilton CountY4H
the State prisons of America and well below par. As a rseult all .***' in
TRATh"LOAD"'SALE leadership
Industrial school for youth. the citizens of Hamilton County are absent Lawton McCully, : to see a far-sighted Dairy Show, and the above are the winners. These five also took
A advertisement in this this direction.If .
His family lives in Jacksonville. directly or indirectly realizing the and the following busineess was Issue two-page draws attention to the annual consolidation would be the best their animals to the Live Oak Fair for the area shaw. They are, left to

Florida. His family includes Davd disadvantages of a poorly equipped transacted: Trainload Sale at Mike's Red & thing and a large school Is the an- ight; Wade Howell, Jennings; Wade Murphy Jennings; Marvin Self*,

second' ;year Emory University pre-I 11 school system. cation Notice that was the duly Board given would by publica-holda White Grocery. This annual event swer the White Springs group Jr., Don Selph and Jimmy Rapce Andrews, all of Jasper.At .

med.Seniors twins Sam and Sue both The rigid demands and require- public hearing at the Courthouseon has becomeone which housewives should be sent to Lake City Jasperto the fair they placed fourth as a county team, first ra the Rc-

at Forest High School, John ments of college work can more this date upon application of have learned to watch for in this Live Oak, and Jennings to Madi- rd Book competition; and Jimmy Ranee placed third in the 0IINI'a1I
Wesley is attending high school in
properly be met with a substantial the citizens to close a public road area. son. Only in this way can they be ;how.

the School 10th Anna grade Kathryn at Forrest(Kay) is High beg I.high school full fill foundation.the obligation To of effectively employment -- leading Friendship from Baptist State Church Road No.in Hamilton 6 to-I: the Both Jasper grocery News advertisements this week are in do attending all these a things school recommended large enough by tp ':(:In: !!lIIIl::: ::::::(:(:.:::::::::::::;

inning:her school life in the first
;! have made, more attractive and more our superintendent. Who would be
one must through County Ra. The Chairman to
grade. Mrs. Anna H. Guy is a grad readable by the use of modern willing for that to happen? I can
uate and has 1 1actle I high school back-ground. Are our the Board announced that they'I a Facts Bond Election
nurse played most
a
'schools face available the hear vigorous "no" from Jasper! :
in affording these qualities to were ready to hear complaints for type now to a
part the ministry of Jesus
.Christ within the lifee of the Methodist t I their i, students? rand I against the closing of said News. Now there has been much said
i I I road. There were. citizens present about it bein gonly: fair that Jen- r
mother.Church and as a Christian i I:| In the opinion o fthis writer the I at the meeting for and against LOCAL EDITORS PURCHASE nings and White Springs benefit SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION"Tell

I realization of the inefficiencies of closing! of the said road and eachof BAKER COUNTY PRESS from the $400,000.00 proposed

Rev. Henry Guy is President of'I jof I cur school system is the initial them were called upon to express Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. pub- school plant in Jasper. Are they the truth to the people they wU! acccept it" _
World Good
News Inc. non-porfit, I[Step toward improved educational their opinion and to state lishers of The Jasper News for over thinking of fairness? The colored

evangelistic Missionary faith organ facilities. Many of our people have whether they were for or against eight years have recently purchased school plant was built at the cost The Committee wishes to thank the good people

least ization.one He or wll two continue evangelistic to make missionary atI II I I taken this step. t'opening or closing of said road the Baker County Press published -. of approximately: the same school amount alone ':of Hamilton County who have taken the time to read

I i Considering the status of our and to state their reeasons. A general at Macclenny Florida. They this new proposed high I
journeys across the world Facts presented here from.week to week. We especially
ol! will be. This includes the complete : are
county from viewpoints, it discussion was had by all mem Jan no changes in the operation
each Conference
year. The burdenof unit gymnasium and grade grateful to the good people who live ACCROSS THE
the Christain witness in Americais seems that the only feasible rectifi bers of the Board and citizens The Jasper News except for some
still:'to witness tQ all the world. cation of our inadequate school: present in regard to this matter improvements in the paper because. school combined.this Is there difference any fairness in RIVER and other school districts who have carefully

For the nearly 3 billion people are system is through Consolidation. and after careful consideration of the use of some equipment which. the schools in making I fairness nor the weighed-these facts and.can now.see the need, for better
Petty competition false pride,,, motion was made by Mr. McGhin they have at Macclenny, but do nothave : say :
beyond the shores of the United I' for '
educational facilities school' students in
States. people of our communities are the seconded by Mr. Wheeler and unani in Jasper. (continued on page-.six--) I I high our

How fourtunate are we in Jasperto and minor differences between. mously carried that said road remain county.

have Rev. Henry A. Guy come impediments of such a major improvement .o open IMPORTANT NOTICEThe
and witness his faith to us there- If the consolidationissue I There being no further business As a matter of fact it is most gratifying to hear the

by encouraging. us and urging us fails the resulting deprivation .. before the Board .said Board ad- Committee for Bonds and school consolidation program many expressions approving the'bond'election on Novem-

to grow Ingrace.EDE.TlELD- will not have been merited b o journed. will galdty furnish transporation to the polls all day on election ber 5th.

these trivial matters.. ATTEST: Thelma Lewis Clerk day Nov. 5th for any freeholder supporting the bond issue. If you

FA3QLYREUNION Hamlton County has great potentiaL Jack: Vinson, Chairman do not have a way to get to the polls call or dial phone No. 792-4211 These good people. have refused to be intimidated
NOVEMBER 10 Now is the time to use your
An Edenfield family reunion will power and your freedom to vote for Someone will accept your call and relay it to one of a number of by some members of the group who oppose. the bond issue

be held on November 10 in the old. the advantage and betterment o!f r Don't- miss the Homecoming automobile owners who are contributing their time and best "VOTE FOR BETTER EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
dining'hall at Camp O'Leono. your county, your children ariL l ,
efforts that vote in the most important electionever "
parade Friday afternoon. so every one can
All FOR CHILDREN.
relatives are urged to attend[ yourselves. -* OUR

and bring a basket. Meal will be Sincerely Bigger than Ever! held. in' Hamilton County. it '. "..' .'__J'.'--__-. .__ ___...._ _.______ __ _______..._._ uuu.u .__
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PAGE TWO ; ,.';;; THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday November 1 I. 1963

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i, \- -_ .,-. If :f? ,.Egyptian. They built huge pyramids -Petterson left for a honeymoon in The feature of the Garden Club i I port a wonderful time at the fesi hospital. 0r

@ to honor local gods. The the mountains of Train. They have Friday Oct. 25 was the pictures of t'i I tivities ,and a short visit. wth their 1 F *1 *
I Mayas. Olmeecs, Zapotecs, Mix- taken an apartment on Patterson,England Mrs. O. C. Ratliff had taken grandchildren.The i[I.I r MRS. GRAIIAM BLACK WINS

$ : tects. Tolters .and Aztecs developed Avenue where they are at home to last summer Among them I district'meetinir of the F. F W. G. O. V. RADIO STATION
vrr an artistic tradition unmatched Shakespeare's Home BuckinghamPalace I *
@L'I ; elsewhere in America their friends. the Polo Games at which tact Lois Curry pres.. of Woman'sjW. CONTEST
'1 I "roie'sweepn'7' The bride is a Jasper girl and hasa were Queen Elizabeth and Prince ;i i C. meets in Branford Oct.6 Con I I Mrs. Graham Black had been
To how the !
a RS story, the Mexican. Gov.. preparedan host of friends who'wish. 'them Phillip-most enjoyable of all were,,Club if you would like to attend. i iI listning for several weeks over W.
happiness. the picture of the Kew gardens I]I S. G. 0 .V. Radio Station about a
. encyclopedia exhibit of more i
j Plans for Mrs. James E. Shepherd had as contest that was on in which you
? ItHsn I 2. 000 vo-ks:" of art from pre- I a: garden Club building ,,
Woman's i;guests this week her could win a transister radio by
. Columbian times and sent to F.ur- The Jasper Club will were dicussed at this meeting. I j I son-in-lawj
..vq- STcHDor Z4951 .. ''I and daughter and grandaughter of giving the best story for a certain -
their
) lope 9000.000 people saw it It is enter float in the Homecoming j The elaborate refreshments from,
1 Ocala, the Rev. and Mi-s! I advertisement and it was not
1 Parade. Watch for it. Raymond I
!|I now in America at the Los Angeles I chicken salad to pie were served:
j Alley and daughter, Miss Emma JoAlley1. until just a fewdays before the
Dr. J. R. Bruce was taken Wed- Zions Hcpc. ;:|:County M\ t"lIn1" of Art. And did 9 . l t tI [.'
I Miss Bonny Jones. is Miss J.H.S.for Rev. Alley is pastor of the I contest closed that she decided to
neesday to Pineview General H0st : '.t': we think Mexico unlearned in 1519. Aftaer four years of pleasant
1963-64 'I First Methodist church write her Much to her
there.
heart attack. BIRTHDAY PARTY association in the J. L. They story. su-
I A Spain took over but. Mexico absorbed Jasper
.. 40 young people helped; celebrate j the SrnnUh.I Modern Mexican The contest: for Miss J. H. S.,;,Collums are being transferred to also visited with Mr. and :Mrs. prise on TUesday Oct. 29th. .she
The Clayton Avriett household is Betty,Camp and Jffltr\' Jones birth tartlets are Orozcoer, Rivira, Si- sponsored by the Eleventh grade Lake Wier. Foster Shepherd and Mr. and Mrs. got news that she was first place
pital with a severe heart attack. +jdaysVlpst: OcU 23. 'I with Mrs. Doris Bridges Home EC Henry Vickers winner over a large number of
: es Betty quclros, and Tomay. ;I It -is the policy of promotions of ,
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,teacher and Mr. Grace of the R contestants and that the radio
1'Oct' .
home SSgt. William B. Auman will be 29 Kims birthday is the Florida Power Corp that has
t 'science department in charge Mrs. Willie Ray Lewis. Misses would soon be on the way to her. '.
husband Babs home was
of Burnham Oct. 24--so they chose on an in between I
in times
well-
Old "Blues laws" still the past as taken
on now Maggie Hfldreath and! Wynn Tutenan She said she credit to the"f
a colorful affair of-Oct 18. gave acfc
after tour of in Korea. j
< a duty date to celebrate
I ; I 1 books (every state except Alaska I loved families from our midst dthe Honorable Thehna Lewis, I,that she had helped sell.goods front,;
.. .. | still ha ). Against kite o First runner up in the contest .and sent them the ladder cf
No 'r,a'rishad been spared to some flying up Clerk of Court have returned from a turpentine 4
,I." To?November"'f&.e.-.4 UK: few farmeTwho is -cane grinding-.still'' grind time*''creme',' } QkO rbT8tlWLafileWoman's &Vpastim4' once;feared as 'assure1 was was ;Ann Carol_Camp McLaughlin., Second .jrunnrup I achievement-' ., ,.. .'}i iteevferaldays trip to)Atlanta Ca. .:,-. ....."place.-commissary. ,........ '.- ;. ... ......""1-j-r.
, cane.At. ; I Club was transformedwith "horse frightener. Neveron- Beauty I I The Collums ,return to Lake Weir Springs visited her children Mr.
talent was on trial. The_ contest- Jasperites.. are getting to be quite\
a Halloween air. At one end Sunday boxing on Sunday in Cal '|, I but in a larger field. Mr. Collum .
onetime. it was major activity ants appeared first in daytime kicky-Susie and Gene Dandurandl
in
ffomia'barbering" Oregon.In
was ii Castle has
thine ,wjijJi.cats and already gone. Mrs. Collum and Mrs.
I I Raymond of
White'and
and a social event-wheen the pumpkins'all about. There was ant f Pennsylvania it is legal to sell clothes-then a quick change if the 1 children leave .in 2 weeks. Mrs. Raymond Camp Camp Jr.'and started the baH to' rolling-then

syrup and sugar were ready. old witch presiding at an old pot Tricyclesin Mass one may skit demanded it. Finally the lovely : Donna a senior in J. H. S.,leaves' Mr, and Mrs. Buddie here Mabelle Black gets thetransistor
brown sugar to be sure.I for but ladies came in on stage in Camp Radio and on Sunday at Mr. Eddie.McGhin.s .
where the children digged;for noise dredge oysters on Sunday with a Jasper class ring and'willre} this week. '
read recently that white sugar makers. There"bobbing for applesa notidig< in 1800.was $2.75 a Ib. broom race1and'trick.or''treat out' New 'York blue laws-legal oni i 1 I I June. housing subdivision Mrs. Lennard
The search goes on for chair-1 ; Friends of Mrs. James E. Shep- Register ,the
number for
of a bag. Sunday to see fruits but not vegetables got lucky
Dr. Charlton Prather of Tampawas --an automobile tire but nota man of Cancer society of Hamil- : It is with genuine regret that herd will regret to hear that her I an electric iron and then Mrs.Register's .
here last his For eats, hot dogs and potatoe ton County.. .* :.- i friends bid them goodbye. sisterMrs.. ,
week to see I .- tire jack -- tobacco but not a I I Freeman remains eriti home room class had
mother. Myrtle White who was in chin cake and cokes. pipe. In (})no. one can buy an an- I I The personnel of the Fla. Power caUy ill in the Camilla Georgia I the slogan chosen for homecoming.:''
Hamilton Hospital. Mrs. White is.'at. Could, anything. .have- been nicer: tique on.Sunday but not a reproduction -J I Water color fa 1rieof: the most j Corporation of this area entertained
home now, and etc.Dengue i permanent paiting:mediums perhaps -',.in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. CoM I
S. The W.S.C.S. had 'their Day of 5S even more durable than oil. It I I i lum as a farewell party. Employees -

Tom Owens Jr. was nine years Prayer and self denial"'program I j fever ragaing the Carib-I is the oldest known method of I I from Monticello, Madison and )rKfuAq'IK4f i i& :(lr h"
Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25 at the and excellent Jasper hosts The
painting Power
old Oct. }'' ,, examples were : ) ..
19. It started with !
the .bean The U. S. has had no epidemic .o
Methodist church. of in 20 Public i I may I be seen in .!practically any Lounge was decorated with a profusion .- ......'-----r"5.-----; ; .J
neighborhood children foot Dengue years. ""
playing I I Mrs. Hannah Bland'arid :"Mrs. infected metropolitan museum. of yellow and gold flowers. 0 --- Hundreds of satisfied customers;

ball in the vacant lot-But a birth Ethel Lewis brought a very spirit-.Health officials could say reseed a single the virus- I . HYMAN GAL. THREE '. ....... d arc the jury which proves that our

day cake and a few other acces-I I ual message to a large gathering. :in mainland passenger mosquitoes. The usual Myrtle White is back at the Shop After serving, guests were seated -' r; :;i: (Fby : w;,' neat, complete building supply;.line

sories turnd it into a very special .'. f K ,i 'carrier:" is the Aedes Eegyptae mos Tuesday after seveeral days sojourn -i. at small tables about the rOom: I j "; is the answer to your. problems.. Se
SEC. "TIME" Oct 25 t in Hamilton HospitaL The buffet held platters of tender) '' now.
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day for 9 year old Tom and his I 'quito which also carries yellow I[
"In Mexico only did the coloni- fever 55SI est roast beef, vegetables beam, /ins
playmates. years ago Mexicans lived in .a I I I Donna Collum had a 17th birth-'asparagus casserole hot rolls

deeply rooted as in Europe. 3000years | It is said that the area of the 'Irtav I Tuesday Oct. 29. Her mother I!j pumpkin pie, coffee. j jI
Mrs. T. T. Law spent last weekin Mexicians are grew in a old "blue laws" is the prickiest.Mrs. O>llum honored the day with I|I I It was an informal affair with USED TV" .
Live Oak visiting friends and I settled, rich and leisurely.society briar patch in U. S. law. i I,". bowling Party at Lake City for many expressions of good will to I .....-
relatives and attending church at comparable in many ways to the : Donna and several of her friends. ![the Collums. There were also giftsto ; :
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I Last week a conference on Relifions -:!: Several nice couffesies are Bring name too--a beautiful desk set ONLY $50 ;,.: '

Freedom and Public affairsin extended the CciQums as they leave and a handsome grey sweater. I :,
c3hip'rfShore" I Chicago University, three con- soon for their home in Lake Wier. Between 20 and 30 attended this USED P : -..

stitutional law experts from 3 differen Saturday Oct. 26 the Freshman going-away-party.. : -\=
I J l-'v schools raised objections to class of J. H. S. gave Jerri Lyn a . t tAt '
1 slim-Ijne [the recent ruling of the Supreme party at the home of Paula and Live Oak Fair last Saturday 0 554' Refrigerator '

Court on the matter of religious observances Dianne Hogan. l Hamilton County 4-H'ers had a rating .wMy ,. :'

oxford, i it in public schools. 'I I gping-away gift,of a necklaceand of 4 in the district for dairy verses "a"9.:1 ONLY $75 ; ;.

I It was on the "battle scared" ,.' bracelet of pearls with tiny cattle. Jimmy Andrews of Jasper Justlikt I the weather *y1' : ;,
brightly question of State Rights that the mustards seed embedded in the rated 3rd in the district for dairy My prices arc > :',
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issue was made. bracelet for good"Iu -was pre- cattle Wade Howell rated 7. As low. as ever.- 1 ..,-':
Ir; j sented to Jerri Lyn. Hamilton County had the best ;; on. ;
I striped! The picture on the "All Florida" record book in the district. BEFORE YOU BUY!

Magazine section of the Times Mr, and Mrs. J. V. McCall, Miss .
I Union this next Sunday Nov. 3 is Myrtle Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison
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of Mrs. Fred Framer (Julia Mae'I jlvev Kin ) 1 I Rhoden) daughters of.Mr. and :Mrs. I at Gainesville. Sat 26th The Frank Annie and Gene IcKelvey

." t'i;..- .. Marian Rhoden of Jacksonville anda Hancocks joined them, at the sta- There were trips also to St. Augustine $U/LDrRB,. CTRICAL PL/MB/HG SUPPLSS'sCHADZPIONSHIP
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\ few ars'past, of Jasper. Julia dium and all lunched together.Mr. r and Ft.. Clinch. They returned
f ( Mae graduated from Jasper High Frank Hancock has recently; I Monday.
who will be pleased at this honor been elected mayor of Palatka for I I .. SY 2 38OJ
in 1952. She has a host of friends the 2nd time. !
The
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starts
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400,000 copies over J :Sunday. You are invited. v ..,- :i '
: / d The picture will be on more than]I[! T*vtv Bates and Brenda Butler I ... -: .a ..-*. -..: t. ... Z'h".. j jI
I She,works for this magazine. I am of Jennings spent the weekend with I :Mr. and Mrs. C.. }ll* Worley of I

-- '\ \\4. ,' pleased also to have this advance Miss.. Charlene Bates over in Palat :VaWosta. Georgia. 'accompaniedMr.

: 1 t information. ... |(ka I to Gainesville'for the Gatorgrowl and 'Mrs. Lennard Register Sr",I
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Friday and back for the
; !to Panama City Florida this past
f I Over channel 10 Albany came:,|:game the next day. weekend to enjoy homecoming festivities
I II this Tuesday morning. If a woman i I I RODEO ,
7th rIS.ax i at Panama City Boy High
would be beautiful she must be a grade: Jennings presented -I School.
I I tl a program at the P. T. J
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:: gentle woman. I
J/.. .. meeting as follows: I Lennard Register Jr. is Athletic
..,\\.' : ,.' I Qreddie Nell Guest daughter of.Cheryl Deas-Announcer A'I I Director and head football coach
"' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Guest of Val-1 I Raynell Burnet(Devotional I at Bay High. His team won the In Branford Nov. 2 3 :

Neat little tailored shirt with softly rounded (: .dosta become the bride of Richard Autum was the theme of the program. i homecoming game against Cedar-
Patterson of U. S. Army, Moody Poem Sue Smith Pian Duet, I town, Georgia 20 to 0 before a Saturday at 8:00 Sunday 2:30
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collar, roll sleeves. Easy-care all cotton. I capacity crowd of apporximately p.m., ;.
field base whose home' is Topeka I Sue and Brenda Murphy Son: Autumn j
Pencil-box colors on white. Sizes 28 to 38.' ,Kansas Oct. 20. i : Leas Sue, and Brenda Mur- t eight thousand fans. Bay High is Parade Saturday at 3:00 :
V; t It wa9beautiful: quiet home I phy Kay HiD Cheryl Hill Myra ,now in second place in the big five j 1.: ; ,
conference with chance of win-! 'j
'.wedding with the families of both I I:Sue Smth. a ? (
L for conference : /' Sponsored by
the
ing :or tieing :
The. couple -Tea for Tow Brenda
r> parties present. young I iPiano.Duet $ % '! .
i lead. Wins include victories over :/.
I. I made their vows before an improvised '[Murphy Kay Hill "
S Lang's :' altar in the living room of the I Poem "Gratitude" Doris Holland I Pensacola High and Escambia Suwannee River Riding ClubKINGSBERRY ] .
High, who have previously dominated -
home. A reception followed the I"Report Card Chatter" Cheryl
:: ceremony. Afterward Mr. and Mrs.I Deas i the big five conference. All re f .".. .


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and.Brenda Act -O"The..red hose" Sue COME FIRST '} -' -
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VOTE "NO"ON I
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-OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-

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:PAY EARLY' .." : THE SCHOOL BOND ISSUEFOR Home Ownership Is Very Simple .
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School Bond Issue LsBUILD- : la

4 PERCENT DISCOUNT 3-bedroonr 1 1 bath !
FOR THE REASON THAT IT WILL INCREASE or /

;,:. TAXES ENORMOUSLY BRICK HOME :

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In November Our Only County Industry Is ON YOUR. LOT

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.' It With Greatly Increased Taxes F.H.A.Minimum Down 7
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i Adv. by Citizens Committee Opposing Unnecessary Other Type Financing Available

Percent Discount In January expenditure Public monies
Arlie Townsend & Gene Paramorehave

1 Percent Discount In February ... '
I over 20 years combined experience in the construction

I '- -> 'THINK IT OVER hand financing of homes.TOWNSEND .

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: : ,DELINQUENT/PRIL FIRST '. Our children and grandchildren will1tiethet -
Builders of Kingsberry Homes
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: I .Yon and Your School potentialities for a major catas-; CARD OF THANKS ,Florida Forest
0 0 0 0 0 trophe. If we fail now and if such a I!I (
I ;1. I II did I We want to thank our many'
potential tragedy occur, we
friends for their ''Facts On KreProtection -
by M L Powell would all stand indicted and condensed -''(: thoughtfulness and 0t.
I 'i kind expressions of sympathy during
for not having met our ; '
The time for deecision is near at and girl in ,this county. I am quite I civic :responsibility when we, had I our recent t bereavement.Your .
hand when the Hamilton County|I sure that there needs to be,.a,meeting i I ,
opportunity to do something :J1 kindness will long be \.....w
freeholders must decide what kind of the minds of the people about.it.. 1, membered. reThe local Florida Forest Service .. j
of school program and system their throughout. the county on this issue. : The J. A. Williams, FOUR today gives the following forest fire I
The physical facilities in the ,
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children are to have for the next I .know that the people all, facts in Hamilton County group
over other the .t '
'communities of
".. several years. In the discussion,this j ithe:county are aware of the exceed are. not near as bad as those county in, forest fire protection began in 1943 I STUMP BROS.
+ week I am gaing to drop the customary -jlngjy poor and dangerous school Jasper but they stand much j CHILDREN this being some of the landowners I :
editorial, 'we', that I have J housing facilities that: the Jasper in need of very desiring protection, entering into:
an expanded and enriched COME FIRST i
used! almost exclusively in the {children' endure an agreement with the Forest Service -
.. past. | are obliged to .school prcgramI5have at' t
It \\iIll>e Here is unsightly and, never VOTE NOV. to pay fen acreage assessment 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia
.. my purpose an structuc- and time criticised the program.on YES 5th ...... .. ,
'- ,' pets; acre for protection, also the f .. f' '
J ,'" = to approach. : ]ally unsound building wfeich, is,.a. the done ,.... ." r .14i: '. .
; this lasf*appeal[rsdrt ral'fire 'trap. It also.has other work that.was being in.the landowner "would assist with fire .
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i other schools of the 'County, J believe perty"evaluation Is a sfriall price",suppression on: their land and that '
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with all ,the ,,
_... 1 ear hazardous conditions such,as Joose{ that to for BUILDING
nestness, sincerity ] each of the schools in the pay expanded educational of their neighbors who had signed ;
.* ;'.. 1 'and -! ceiling plastering and '''Very rough[r,county has excellent administrative opportunities that this program'the agreement for this type pro- ; _
!! ." sat my'commandI humility:'jand" uneven; floors. It is"locattdarn*[J leadership.. I-am sure that each would bring. I would like to urge i jtection also. Those landowners that rt: ILl
J Ja very small sot almost in"the ]school has some very excellent and j1 I the young and old;; those with and had suppression equipment to
large have spenta a't middle of town wheere ;many distracting -+!\dedicated, teachers. I think that wei't:those' without children to rise up assist with fires were furnished..
J portion of j noises constantly interfere are all doing exceptionally well con jj and meet your civic responsibility,f w.th telephone communication by :aT.' SUPPLIES S..
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life !I :
my seeking
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sideling the conditions under which I P in providing better educational facilities -,Ute Forest Service.
1 [to serve the best ing. For modern school *r '. I
purpose
and opportunities for the
t interest of those for,and with whom I this building is far beyond the pointof I we are now working. It is high youth of this county. Much 'I. County wide protecnon was voted .
1 have been priviledged to"work. time that all of us recognized and' hard'In in the general election in 1964! ;
any attempt at ''renovation or ,took note of work and many obstacles have and .7QUALITY: FIRST T ,
It has been my constant aim to some undisputed Facts. county wide protection began
I often shudder been in
repairs. the
so at overcome bringing to
In the youthe
strengthen and improve whatever rll"St'place there are notenough July 1. 1955. There are eleven em-
thought fire and of people the opportunity and
falling
very privilege .
school situation Jrf which I had the plaster from the It is beyond ; ?pupils in Hamilton County of ployees fully employed in the county
expressing
ceiling. yourself this
on
i to., ,three modern efficent three: of them !Vf Ext PlyVood
opportunity to work. The school in my comprehension to under support :vital question. If we fail in this I operate the; fire : $2.95
which I am now working is and high schools. There is not an adequate towers with six men operate : 4 x-8rSheet'.a : .
has been I stand why or how any parents who shop of any kind i in any of 'opportunity now 'the cause of education r the three pieces of fire suppression .
no exception to this rule. i
sends his child; to the Jasper High I.I I.the+1 school'of the in this"county will be set I '. ,
There AD
county. is I equipment one dispatcher, and the Vf Plywood ,
I wish I knew,just how,to back several
approach I l I School could be years to come. Our I 2 65
possibly to
.. and to appeal,,to the,various communities .-I the school bond issue.The opposed people'in not 1'weU one equipped. library as it in should the county be. There as children will continue to have sec forestry County Rarer headquarters.which are. located 4 x 8SheetVS ... . < ';'...... ..

-- ''", concerned* with groups:this, and matter.individuals I' ]!and around Jasper have a very :Is not a science laboratory in theI I ond rate educational opportunities I In 1962 theere were 49 wild,.fires I AD' Plywood' ...... .
want -
.. grave civic responsibility in seeing entire county that comes up to:all over the count: .- nd the children I suppressed in the county, this is 4x8 Sheet . a . .. *. 6.40
to believe' very much that every 1 to it thai these children are'r;$# :standard. It is most difficult to get :in Jasper will continue to occupy only the woods fires outside of the
--. ctizens in thit county wants to provide i j moved from these hazardrous'.$W4roundngs I enough girls into the home making ;for an indefinite"period building incorporated city limits and does 'I 1/" CD Sheathing' Plywood I 3.65

:: -_':' the very best educational opportunities at the earliest possiblJ! ,I departments of the schools in order every, day. Let me urge you in kindness {not I include buildings, bridges, automobiles 4x8 Sheet . .a . . .
\ possible for every boy moment. This building has all tide Jto j: warrant and earn a unit in that ; toward all -and with ill will'in j' States Road right of ways
area. There are barely enough; which their lives are endangered]etc. County wide forest protection FELT 15 lb.. 1 95

pupils jn the entire county to support -(toward none that when you stand i provides that all the forest lands Roll . 4B. . { .;.. ., .,.. ...-
'GAS one good high school j in the booth to vote on this very important 1 will be protected from uncontrolled
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alone] three. However if all the letij] question that you think of i fire. Cost to the county for this;I Bird TB Shingles, 15' year Bond

high school pupils in the ccunty your( own child or your grandchild, j[protection is .03 times the numberof 235 lb., Sq :! . ;,. .. . . 6.7 5
in or your neighbor's child-think of forest ecres or two mills times
I school ,
HAVE jwere one
A SURPRISE. we could have
5wEETHEARTNo.5IU.Yrrs GOW6- !y '''THE BE SMART EVER CROWVMO AND JOIN an exceedingly much, better prog- your; responsibility as an en1 ghten- the assesed valuation of non- Pre Hung Door Units 13 20

A HERE Nftf&6OING MEMBER TO Be' TO BEMYMOTHER Y FAMILY OFSATJSBED ''ram.than any of us now have. This eed citizen and cast your vote for exempt property, whichever is the 3'0"x6'8"Each : . ." '
CUSTOMERS ( is t the bond issue and for one Hamilton -{lesser the remaining cost is paid I
N OUR FAMILY. WHO TRADE WITHth7t county made up of three small I '
? f I interdependent 1 County High School. with State' and Federal funds. j Raillite Laminated, Plastic Counter Top *: OQ

AS needing the communities each J 0,_. IT*.. _.A _ A A .. A . ,; .
:: 1r- help and cooperationof - - '" - - - -

the other two. Jasper needs r I Solid Vinyl TilePreFinished ; : .
.ra9 Jennings and .. VOTE YES FOR ,.' 14
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Springs and f::
Jennings 9 X.9 Each e" .4'. .<;. .
needs Jasper. It is high A :
..... time that these different communities Mahogany: Paneling' f{.
bickering laid aside their rivalries and Never Before in the history of our I 4"**8 Sheet f. ..V.: 480
i and united hi a common ;

front: in the best interest of all county have the people of Jasper and K" Sheetrock ;.*; 44.00

the children of the county. As long 4x8P M. .*.";. .. .. .

."Low Price 56.95 NIGfif"PBONE as jealousies we are divided we cannot by rivalries make progress and surrounding districts been so unitedin PLAIN;-{CEILING-a rfiLE *% 11

I in any direction; but working iixM2Eath. :.,. . . . .
{ PER CYLINDER closely together great things one common' cause: That of seeingto .* A

.' .'. CASH ON D.EUVKRY SYcamore 2-3001 ..' can be accomplished for the entire Common Nails. '** o r A

county.To those it that ALL our children and -Keg' ...."...'".,,...,''"... . ... . .". .'. w.W
who are concerned ';"
: HOLL.OWAY'S. about paying a little. more taxes let! grandchildren have better educa- .. .l.
me say that the many benefits received -
: by'the children of this county See Us For All Your Building\ Needs
tional opportunities.
,. f will be infinitely; greater than Vote YES for .
the few extra dollars that wll >

'.' be asked to pay* ,Surely 6.3c you per bonds .on November 5th. We. Deliver Anywhere

If L..J, HOLLOWAv 11000.00 acre more of an taxable land or 59.00/ ..A'J i : :; ._ ..., .." ..
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I Fr _PAGE SIX rht! JASPEK NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA _ Friday November 1 I. 1963
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: j quarter. It.looked as if Jennings poses. (Continued from Page 1) WHITE SPRINGS CRAFT ,:School and decide what you would I textile painting basketry and many
Jennings High -
;c,{coclj not get_anyplace but Tyre At the close o fthe meeting par- WORKSHOP woodwork.lothcrs I .
Ii School News [began. hurling pass and the Pan- ents and teachers had a most en- Letter Opposesgood ..Many in the White Springs area J like to work on such as

'thers: really began to move. They joyable visit with each other.f T have expressed se desire to learn ... .
>-r 'scored late' in the second period. Percentage:attendance by;'R.oon: of students is in the minds of Home crafts or hobbies which could I ,
We are very prouidof our football Tyre was the scorer for this one for September.The those who want this cOnsolidation.There be used as a pleasant past time or -
team and fine'coaches.. Theya'arechug find'at the half,the score:was,137. absences have been very :will be approximately the increase their income. Therefore,
r. a grand job.A,sch\&;i i3 the Florida Pest Control
; Jennings worked fast in'-the seeped few as shown by the following: same number of 'white students, the Maple Grove Home Demonstration
center of a community and we are' half Initial odow_ Tyre sent Special Education ........ 100% when consolidated, as there are Club members 'are sponsoringsome
certainly gratified with ;ours. thex ball to;;en d obert Henderson. First.Grade ................ 99.2 colored high school students. The special classes and work meetings ,
FIFTH WW FOR JENNINGSThe This made i Jennings win with the Second Grade ............... 99.7 colored citizens will pay the same in different areas of intesest. '
, triumph over' Branford last extra point. which was kicked by Third Grade .............. 99.8 amount of taxes; as the white These meeting are open to an in and Chemical Company
.. Friday night lengthened the Panther Tyre'' -- Fourth Grade .............. 99-0 citizen. Why should there be that terested persons (men. women J : 4J

victory chain to five wins.and dlit r:)]Jat s, Junior Griffin and Fifth ............'......... 9&7 much difference in their school boys, girls. Teachers shall be Mr,,
'Ty defeats this grade .............. 99.6 ,AH Types Pest Control Wprkf
season. Jim .Deas helped make the,Jenn- Sixth : *_ plants? :,r- answer is that there. L..P. Allison and Home Demonstration fi "
..4/Pbe Branford eleven scored in.r* irl**aa tu T"""ri-i%T s p ale:'TheyheldV Seven*-grade ..: ;-,98.2. should,not*be. I club members in craftariheyfeel ;. 'jvftaMBfc.. "C **'tT Fre 3l
....... ... Tnspettion and Estimates
98.9 ;
.the initial period when a 57 yard Hahira defenders long Eighth grade- Mr.'''Reid'states: there.,Will deii-I qualified to teach .. .
<. drive found its destination in the,eno ghfoci Tyre to hurl the ban. Ninth grade:............._. 97.1. I I be If. you are interested .the..next -
Panther end zone. His '''favorite, targets, Henderson Tenth ..........:. .......... 97.5 nitely a transportation survey)I meeting is Tuesday November 5, _:,Garden and Pet Supplies .
made to determine now buseswdwd ;
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Jennings then Bates, and. Lavon Burnham. Eleventh from 7:00 g m. at the White Springs,High .. .
as began to really; Henderson 9ade seven individaul Twelfth .............-.:..... 97.8 carry students Jennings JAMES,:BISHOP' SALES REPRESENTATIVE
work it tied the score 6-6 in the to Jasper. He. immediately .
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same period when Jim Bates connected tacldes.tKee1ing and Jeff states how two buses will be run f .
with Robert Henderson on'.six a Burnette --each' brought down five' HALLOWEEN CABNIVAL all around He seems to be the survey himself.It Legal Advs . 81' East Du vai St: *.: f' T aloe Cify

yard pass. The Panthers got runners. The Spooks were is hard for someone living in .
possession of the ball 76 yards up I)I I Hahira had two chances to score, Thursday night. Even the goblins town to ,realize that aD High THIRD IN CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT.CIRCU. | -&C, -: ..""":' ...,. ,A' 10
the field with only 52 seconds showIng -fin the fourth quarter but each time stuck out their heads. School students in rural areas are IT OF FLORIDA IN AND I Telephone Collect 752-0171
on the clock before the half-.the f .Panthers stopped them. Thus i if The P. T. A. served a good lunchof I I!not concentrated in one area A FOR IN HAMILTON CHANCERY COUNTY I I I .. .. ',, *' .ir v "
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time.. I j[I the very ,exciting and fine game hamburgers hot dogs 'bus must go where the students DIANE TAHIR, Plaintiff. J 4.
was..ended,with. of 14-13 for I cake and pie at their booth better I to -ve.- C>.
score
During the third quarter Donald A I live. It is possible travel as 'LUTFULLAII Defendant, .
the:Panthers rah rah known as the lunch room. -'A.-nt. f
Tyree intercepted a pass on the, 'rah.. successful with ,much as forty miles to pick up I. -DIVORCE-
Jennings 25 and to the L S .. The seniors were ten high school students., NOTICE-OF SUIT Bondls
ran Jennings > 5. I their cake walk and of course Certainly IN !THE NAME OF THE STATE Vote YES on the School ue
45. Ten plays later Tyree threw to:.P'T. A.f MEETS the juniors, hay i this would be too expensive and OF FLORID:
Griffin for a four yard pass. Robert|[ The regular meeting.of the P. T. ride everyone enjoyed. hard on the students and win never To Noa-Restdeat LUT FULLAII TAIttR. Defendant. 1. Because cliildren's future .is i
Keeling, Wayne Frier and Curtis A. -was'Monday night. Mrs. Allen'Johnson ,: < 'be worked out in that way. The ,Mimar Kemftlettin Cad.. >> pijr
Wetherington did a good as offensive f' president presided at the. The tenth grade let everyone. ,colored students still gather at,$ie Orantl Haa Kat 6, No. 40C. =* .
Izmir. Turkey. at stake.f \
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linemen.Tberfinal.. score was meeting. have a chance at a colored school in.;Jennings and are You are hereby required to
Jennings Panthers 25 and 6 for the splendid program was presented -I!..The ninth grade showed a $poky i then transferred. How can anyone take notice that a suit for Divorce)
Branford film The lady Mortician. Then) has been filed against you In the Vote YES the School Bond Issue
Buccaneers. believe will
'by 'a group'of seventh grade several people it be any different for :above styled I cause and in the above I on
Our cheerleaders are always on1 I girls..The Title of the program was during the show us? named Court and you are further
the job. Six lovlies from Jennings'really j Autumn.Leaves. ;came in around the form during, of ghosts the show.and,' There is also a big thing made of required thereto on to or file before your the written 21th defense day of I 2. :Because the value of a good high

do much cheering for the i i The P. T. A. made. final plans for walked 'equipping a science laboratory in November. A. D.. 19C3. in the office
: .. *" :We had the other usual booths of of the Clerk of the said Court at school education cannot be measured
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Panthers.S. drawing and turkey -,Jasper. There was, at one time, a Florida and also to serve a
t I Mrs. Ben"Bates third grade won the fish pondcake ; copy of such defense upon the Plahi"jr. -
very wen equipped lab there. In ,
sale along. with candy and Attorney. F. B- Harrell at his dollars and
in cents.
..PANTHERS BRING SIXTH WIN the banner fdr elementary ano Mr. ;
'following all clues, I find the>, lab Office In Jasper Florida or decree
BACK HOME Edward Burnham's seventh grade I popcorn sales.Everyone tables were taken out of the building pro confe8 will be entered against
The star player for the Panthers :received 'the. ,banner for the high had fun at the Carnfi because it was dangerous; This you.Divorce and In thereafter favor of final the decree Plaintiff.of Vote YES on the School Bond Issue
was Don Tyre .He has-been refer schooL 1 1I i vaL This is an event which the ,on* the recommendation of the DIANE TANIR. will be fohagainst
red to as the miracle player. He)I I The' year 'books were, presentedto school looks forward to each year. .principal who certainly had the the Dtandaat, LUTFULLAH 3. B ense a NEW $400,000 Consolidated -

had his hand or foots n all of Jen, the group They were made by S'S approval of the superintendent. Witness my bend and the Seal of
nings' point making. 1 two students, Barbara Jo Header I I F A REMINDER Where are these expensive tables! said Octoher Court A. onthls.e D. -1M' 23rd day of high school would be one of
:The Panthers were against size'son and Miriam HowelL The con I The Booster's Club will meet Monday -I"I"I I haven't found out. 'I certainly THELMA LEWIS Clerk

depth and experience advantage as I I tents I of the book; are very interest-I I November 4 at the High School don't think the people should be Circuit County.Post Florida Of Hatnilton by Alice thl-,greatest assets to our county
they played Hahira's Tigers last ing and it includes programs for Time is 7:30. Important business taxed to provide "whims" that .lones. deputy clerk
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Friday night. 1'each month faculty, officers of P. I about our team will be.;discussed.'Come. '. I come and.gp of school authorities. Jasper'- B. H arre Florida, from i every point of view

Hahira made 13 -mints in the first T A... urotects.- Prayer and oo.rthe -:, ,...' ,P'.: I.' I I would like to quote Mr. Conant Plalntifrs Attorney.:
:.' Oct. 25. Nov. I, 8, 15, .
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.' I I SENIOR NEWS Lain parts 01: the u. 2>. wnere geographic
!: I Blanch Herdon ,Sejno; t" reporter: considerations make small
: has been absent from school for I II i[high schools necessary. Population
I i two weeks She had an operation is so sparseley distributed that SHOP FROM
*'' I I for appendicitis. She is better and I I cough pupils just cannot be effec-
_. : classic loafer ': I will soon be back With us.. point." He says, "I visited a school
... ? :;. where, students had bus ride of YOUR CAR!
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/ '' *KT h. Several students from our school]I an hour and a half each way. A !
r; with a %- ; tried the scholarship examinations balance must be struck between Salesladies
Courteous
.l' .. ,They were Miriam Newsome Howell the benefits derived from educationin
Glenda Wheeler and Don TyreThese | "a high school of sufficient size ,)
r were for the teachers' schol and a deleterious effect o fa long To Serve You

.. the test,.for the nursing scholarship. day." This is true o four situation. jlA
. rVe. now have student getting onbusses We Produce and Process

SENIOR PLAY before daylight, and when v'( our own Milk direct. from
Oh, me, oh my be sure to see thet day begins to get short do not V y

\ M t our play and bet you better listen get'!home Wltil..dark. We have no FARM STORES our own farms
\ t. r : too Lavon, Burnham does a:swell reason to!believe any ideas that
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.. ', job playing thJ8partaa"so5))'conservation ha'nfc been express+1 will 'remedy A'. .
persons., ?A thi.f situation.; MILK FULL DAY FRESHER
'. ..!. ... Ma" is' done by 'I i pise Hill- !4.*. Airs. B.: B. Hill

: .,1 house and "Pa" by Robert Hender .. .- -- -

_, the campus or on.the town- !son better known as "Red". leaV s. The.weather was just right FARM FRESH FOR NATURAL FLAVORNEW .
,1.Arkansas is always: looking fora for .
; :; ; a wonderful weekend. This trip
i '" the shoe that no smart girl man just anybody Barbara Jo I I was really planned by Linda who

can afford to be without.LANGS does a great job with this part 1 1I l I enjoyed it Very much... :
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v II I I S'S.JERRY Mr. Roy Pafford had surgery atPineview

II I BLAIR ATTENDS Hospital on Monday. His r Dairy Store!
I I NATIONAL CONVENTION doing well. ,
Jerry Blair, a 1963 graduate just . I' w lyt*

t I I returned from Kansas City, Missouri Mrs. Glen Nunn is back home Homogenized Grad< A Pasturized' .
I where he attended the nation- after'treatment' at Pineview. '.
# F. F. A. Convention.. Jerry is a .. ..1\, .
state- officer. He reported an excellent KNITTING CLUB MEETS WITH ,, ',

meeting. AIRS. SHIVER MILK .,:
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Mrs. Ike Shiver was hostess to No
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Butler and the Knitting Cub Tuesday at noon. In Disposable Deposit

family spent the weekend in the I This is a club that was formed
mountains of north Georgia. They Many years ago. The ladies.have PLASTIC N '
report a grand trip. Main purpose a wonderful time together: They .47c
of the trip was to see the color are supposed to sew ,knuWbut :
or NOW ONLY : halfgalSAVE
changes o fthe lovely autumn, they say there is too much'businessto : t ..:;..___. :

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THE JASPER NEWS JASPER fcCORIDA PAGE SEVEN
November 1 1963 _

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BETTT LOU MATHIS TEACHING I" N Man Killed In Auto e1us
j I I Jennings E'WC. Iff" I. 4e.3f a per

AT ST. PETERSBURG HIGH .
by Ray Nell Burnett Accident In West
I Betty Lou is a graduate of ;Jennings Published Every Friday i ii i

High and a 1963 graduate of _Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kelly and End of County i Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida
F.S.U.She -majored Horns Ec=:: Linda of Lakeland Florida visited
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S i in Advance
.i : Subscriptions 'ctly
onomics. She is teaching sewingIn Mrs. Hattie Wynn and relatives.Mr .
Jew: ArrivalsBelinda Sfc .Petersburg. High. f and 'MrS Edward Hill Trooper C. Garret, assisted'by I'S3.00'in Hamilton County $4:00 Outside of ,Count)!
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children Deputy Sheriff Russell Rhoden, investigated -
[ recent and from,Clewiston.visited accident caused ,Cards of Thanks . . 1.00 Minimum
A article said that "Miss : an by '
Mr. and Mrs. S. S.Hill and Mr. and
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Diane Gill was-the name last Ii Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Mathis is known for her pretty i!iMrs. S. A. Pollock. ., DR. ROBERT F. SAYRE JR. the excessively dastry roads -

given to the new daughter of Mr.I I smile and being able to make the 'I We held our breath Thursday Dr. Robert F. Sayre ;Jr. dier on' Saturday afternoon on OctahatcheeLake Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher
October 28 at Wauchula. Florida Road in the west end of the
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t I sewing machines was when we came around the corner
i; and :Mrs. John Madison*Gill ;Jr. fro mthe high school paper. We i and saw the skating rink tent'downOur where had gone to spent the winter county. Osvern Mitchell. 20. colored f EDITORIAL
I. with his Dr Malcolm was first taken to Jasper hospital -t
She born I|are very proud of Betty Lou. She books fell and our mouth flew son. : Sayre. i
was in Hamilton Memor- Medical
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. He was born in Liberty Kansas then to Gainesville
ial Hospital on October 29.ICLASSIFIEf.AIH'. John Mathis of ;Jennings. must open. have We been knew the Tuesday last night night of in 1892. and was a doctor in Jasper Center, but died Sunday morning. It's Important To Get Out And Vote!
for a time and also in the Health The accident report shows thata
'-' skating. But no, we were wrong; Department. His home waS''In 1957 Ford Sedan, driven by Odell Much has been said on both sides of the current consolidation issue -

Mr. Riley Waters was putting up a Panacea.He Mitchell. 22, colored of Bellville, I! and we hope tNt: The Jasper News has presented the issue fairly.At .
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new tent
4r Pecans are falling fast > was a'a'tnemfoer cf the Amejicart met a car on the dusty road, and! least we have prjnbd every letter and article that has been brought
now.
od' veteranof immediatel yafter passing it, and I
You hear them hitting the houses Medical Association a jor sent to us far publication-and we, believe that not one subscribed to
: while blinded by the dust, turned
Worli Wars one and two; and a
all around.FUTPRENURSES.. ,this newspaper has not heard of the consolidation election to be held
road
member of Masonic Lodge.SuLVivgygir back into the center of the
-:: g--: !. c1 de hi feadL' and met a 1957 .beviolet sedan'(I next Tuesday. .. t&
: -- r r : -J '? .MEET: ;,,< '*ys,' three sons.! l:5: "Malcolm of nead-onr" The utter'vehicle: which*!"Mr"WhlKTnosYFof"1fie 1pp5sifTbn has come from the Jennings area

The FNA (Future Nurses of America Wauchula'{ Robert E.. of Dayton was following closely behind the:land some from White Springs,PIe believe that there are many perSonsin

f ) met Oct. 25 at the ;Jasper Ohio, Davis F of Gainesville; and car ahead was driven by Alton La-I both areas who see the issue; without excitement and who favora

r V High School during Activity Period. a daughter, Mrs. Lorffla Shiver of roe Lee, white 1.8. also of Bellville. ,, a better school for all the children in the county
Mrs. Jones, Health :
our county Boston, Georgia.Funeral Na passengers were in his car. He i The ; News 'has silent until ,
Nurse talked: to us about nursing. I. taken to Pineview Hospital i I Jasper been this matter came t> on
We also chose officers.' They are: services were held at was the schools and their general management but we promise that in the
I with fractured face cuts I
I 10( a.m. Thursday in ;Yauc hula, a jaw, ,
Terry Bonnell, president. I, and a fractured kneecap. I If future when we see something? about ,our school system that we feel
:' Darlene Moody, vice pres., and I is not as good as it should be, we will draw It to everyone's attention,
project chairman. OUR CHILDREN.;> of"I f F Both cars were a total loss. "whether the schools are consolidated or not.
The Driver of the Ford, :Mitchell .
JoAnn Smith, treasurer project affrasst.chairman I I COME FIRST '' :,was' treated at ;Jasper hospital 'fora j \, 4" Whicheve way the,election goes we must aH remember that

'Eula Starling, reporter I VOTE YES NOV. Std, .' laceration on the forehead and when the election is over we must still all pull together for the future.

( .. released Monday. There were 3; Our divisions in this matter mustnot be allowed to remain, or to grow.

f w 4 ------ -.- passengers in Mitchell's car. The law says that at least 51 percent of the freeholders must votes

't.. I ,on the bond election before the election can be counted. This means

A consolidated athletic program in / JERRY JACKSON 1 I that if you do not vote; you are in effect, voting against the bond issue.

SCHOOL ANDCOMMUNITYNEWS ]

t.i Hamilton County :would!assure us of ':. A 'Tribute Long Past DueThe

t tp tt '
a. ti i Jerry Jackson Elementary school people of ;Jasper and all of Hamilton County are now begin
in Class A football basketball will hold their monthly PTA meet-'
top rating
ning to realize that we have a real leader in our communHyv who is
f in gnext week at the schooL Agenda -
putting the interests of aQ boys and girls first in the matter of better
for the meeting includes discus-
,.... baseball and track in ion of some PTA,projects for the I educational facilities. That man is :Mr. M. L. Powell.

: year, Ways to keep our childrenin 1 Coming to us as almost a total stranger he has not only shownto

p : North FLORIDA. Vote for BONDS, school and the value of stayingin us the great needs of our children but he has accepted and assumedthe
3J"' S"M a4 school. II responsibility of getting the facts before our people. He has tackleda

t i :" Our guest speaker will be :Mr. job that many bravemen in Hamilton County have shied away from
.. onNov..' 5tlhnd lets give our boys and: ;James Brown registrar of Suwan-' for:many years.

: ';:, nee River i Junior,College at Madi His responsibilities as Principal of our high school and elementary

s r r.f- ;';"" girls an athletic program second to of son Junior, who will Colleege.speak on Refreshments"'The Value school have been heavy, yet he !is doing a splendid job. His articles,

+.. -' r : E't''i' rill follow. "You and Your School" in the paper each week have been most inspiring -

R.K 'I\ :' ,r'' none in this section of our state. JERRY JACKSON BOY SCOUTS'IAN I I and helpful to both parents and pupils. Although he has been
';) ';" p WEEKEND HIKE severely criticized and threatened from time to time for his stand on

Ji.q .. Sixty-six boys and ten men will the bond issue, he has refused to back up one particle in his determination

J- ': ,; >. leave the.school on Nov. 8 for a that ALL our children in Hamilton County shall have better educational

( '!' : :; \ six mile hike. Some activities will opportunities.His .

'i The Complexity of Today's, be soaking;, fishing campfire, soil sincere interest in his church civic clubs, and the school

t-Si = conservation campfires, campcraft program in our county, and 'his love'and.affection for the students, is
te"-..... f 1 wildlife, bird study, map study, exceptional. His understanding of the students is also exceptional. He
CarsDEMANDS basketball softball boxing, leather
t craft, tent making drill singing,1 always knows what they are thinking and keeps two jumps ahead of

and a big talent show.HQsiITAL I them in most cases not an easy feat.

-- I Yes, Mr. M. L. Powell;we ,do appreciate you very much, and are

CXDXZJMM EXPERT CAREWE NEWSPATIENTS indeed grateful to you for your determined leadership in this matter,

and for your determined effort in showing us the greatest need in our
Mr. and :Mrs. Ivey Carlton Carter announce the engagement of

their daughter, ;Joanne, to 'William Alvin Bagwell; ,: son of Mrs. Albert CAN GIVE IT AND we county facilities.at the present time..-that of giving our children better educational

Bagwell and the late Mr, 'Bagwell of Gainesville, 'Georgia, r \ .it
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can give e-ven better care if we ,, J f ,

The bride-elect attends Brenau College in Gainesville, Ga.;where "get to know yiur car. Then;we : ::10 :I[The CortstitutionalAmendments- -
she*is a member of Delta Delta .. .. -. .
pelta sorority, the-Executive Council '. .
can pf(ten detect the start oT major i
and.- the Recreational'Aasociation.The << them I I Voters next Tuesday will also have a chance to vote on three-
jobs Fixing
repair early ,. ,
prospective: bridegroom was graduated from the School of Drive in IN HOSPITAL NOW: I amentments to the Florida Constitution. I here give my opinion of

Law at the University of Georgia! : where Ie was''.a member Y money Paul King Mrs. Emma Prather,|these amendments, for what it is worth:

Tau Omega fraternity and Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity: :now. _v* 'loOt. ,_ I Paul Hunter ;Jr., Mrs. Rena Cauth- NO. 1 '7 will move the election for Florida Governor and Cabinet

The marriage will "be"solemnized on December '28 in the' First I an, Ed Smith, Mrs. Mary'H. Mer officials' tQ ..the off-year. In other words these officials will be elected

Baptist Church at 7:30 in the evening. No invitations are being sent'locally CAR W. SrXv only $2.00JerrySmith's cer, Paul Hickman, Mrs. Lula Law, I every four years,.as in the past, but will be held on the year when the

but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the We&iipg"and : Franklin Gaston, Mrs. Alma Bailey election for President is not being held. I favor this amendment becauseit

reception immediately f' -.. Kathy Reynolds R. M. Law Mar- will allow state candidates to be elected on their merits and not be
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DISCHARGED SINCE LAST WK:
GULF STATIONJasper 'I Huey Cook Mrs. Wynell Gill swept into office on the. coattail of a popular presidential candidate.I .

Wade Cromer. W. A. ;Jones, ;J. S. suggest you votePOR the Amendment. "< ;

1 Telephone 792-3781 Hayes. Mrs. Myrtle White, ;James Amendment No. 2 authorizes the issuance of bonds to build a

tha Battle (col. ) large number of new college buildings. I suggest you vote "AGAiNBT"We :

Hickman Mrs. Rachael Smith Mrs quite possibly need some new college buildings-but then we al
FOR, RENT 3-room apartment.See FOR SALE--New Shipment Texas Ella ;Johnston, Wallace Trouine, ways do, and always wi1!. It would be much better to pay for themas
assorted
Roses. Ballot
Mr. Dan Burnham. Itp aleas etc. Camellia.Also pansies, az Sample Mrs. Thelma Williams Tony Bail- we go along. The past legislature was tax and spend crazy" and
Nursery, Call
| Colored Isaac Ford, Arthur
ey : this is one of their efforts to'find
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792,539E more money to spend. "
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? DeLaughter, Annie Pearl Morris, : v.
SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS ___ ,- _*.i : No. 3-Is an amendment to allow
? Billy Williams, OdeH Mitchell W. a state agency to bofnggjnon-
ed to sell.-Mannings Best of condition.Radio Service Pric- ,FOR SALE Ph/mouthAuto, "J150. .' : '_' SPECIAL TAX,SCHOOL. ,, C, McCloud; Ralph Sanders Betty,ey to buy.up lands for recreational purposes Over IfTthe Jo&kwest

Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc 4 room housed acres< fe Od -$1700, _>.<; .;t*%. DISTRICT, ELECTION2'. ,*" .}. Kingdom. .' comer of Hamilton,County is a large tract of land,kno&i asJgluwannee.

{Truck Deep Well pump J75TJ196& Chev .:,4. : ., River, StatePark_ (undeeveloped). It has been:'therefor: many years,

: $25 $500, Gas Stove $25, Refrig. b ,f*. Hamilton County,, Fiend ., '. .. but remains under oped. It is surrounded.b.jJ.t which say '?o
Sewing Machine
FARMERSMONEY -$l9 Electrolux "
; '; "" hunting or;trespassing." Yet thf state wantetb Brrow
Vacuum : money to buy
Oeaner FM, Wonder lovCHaigBr &f8f JI99v "
\ v "
for your farm operations Bar,.;Jasper.; | ";6 1 Ltp ."" t. fi1 more land. l.faybtthey;: hav /a large number'.' t "No Trespassing"

at reasonable cosL. Terms _- --.-, PRECINCT NO.h' .-. signs in a warehouse in Tallahassee. ,
to fit needs. Loans to VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY .., .l : ; .1- I. The state
,
your up Ballot for election of ,Trustees. : : '* .:, jjovernmenfa already own a great part of
7 Call North Florida'1 Pro in Live Oak. Florida foi aU .'
years. *, 'musical your ; NSTRUCTIOX TO VOTERS: Florida, and I gJ& .ey need. more" -; for any reason. I do

Action Credit' Assn. ,S. Ohio.. Ave needs and Indicate. choice."by" marking,"X", after the names ., ." :; not believe the dinar,y.cituens, of Florida will benefit
I Oatc. *.. pianos -records from.'playeta. ,. .your :
I Lis.1I .. Tel 35 ,2588., ; .' : { tfc tt the, person or' persons of your choice for:the.posltioni,. r.' Pte..to,_-=......"x".,..en.hif''PO, _!, ':;"h:.'':..ga;w''"-_'- '-' -.. I I I from this me 1 ,*,, :- '-': 'uggest; ** _* .4. *|.Jw3i\4b":, ",AGAINST.--'_ ..."' ,
I J rof trustee, _or by{writing, the name pf'the'person"orj-: : "e' -. i -
r
IFftEE USED 1 ELECTRIC JtANGES'FSR. persons "X"f 1Ibe-. _"., pg :fit,.If', y H J.R.E.Eee&rChatter ;Ar3'OIJ: ( OF43tF1. COUNTY,
ot motto lor the position and marking /
your an
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LUBRICATION! Sale. Good Condition. $40 'atfd "C ., a rather aefiniieainderstatementas HI<3H. SCHOOL : -;
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thereafter. 'w ;,. .
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We;; will jive a FREE Lube Job $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jas- ,4 .,. need has long been the good *:' On Saturday, Octoberl2 ,
with each oil change--for a per. phone 792-4421 t tfc > Vote forjhree persons. for Trustees' of:the- District"* ; that is certain to spark genius a groupof

limited time only! GOOD USED : ; ]I! .,,.. : ,. to'life. Genius sometimes tends The J. R E.: tee ;Hig r:;; students from Jasper High
i TV Installed for ... School
0 Firestone Tires ., .rj-.rjB ; tolie fallow and produces far ''lost went to the new consoJidaterHIgh
100.00 and : a very hard.fough r
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up. Mannings Radio : -
.Delco Batteries Service. 7924421. Chasteen -I : 1 short of its potential. Necessity the Tigers oft. a School in Tifton. Ga. We wen*,
Jasper .
tf t
!tiat eompetltlve prices! T -1 hcweever', whether is Js born of of} 02 to tt 'C iacH it' ''''' would in a Hamilton County School Bus
FRED TAYLOR'S I FOR SALE Gelding saddle horse. .1-1"- spiritual .or financial drive, or like9 acJaaaWJed e'1hE'gospaortanna.i
\ to with Mr. Hart as the driver, Mrs.
Hall ,
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.. J.W. 'f i .
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-- merely longing for the materialistic
TEXACO STATION ) a -
Very gentle. $125 'cash.See Lee agatnR"PI
... shP'ia' .the fight Fennell went along as our" sponsor
Jasper Telephone1 T92-2903 ,rbmpkins Rt 3>Jasper :: fjr tfcFOR II' . .t..\ 1,',," > .; ., I ( "'where. ,other puts genius to faiL work "'their courage andJ', We arrived at Tlft County High at
i j Frederick. ridc1.l' -'; spurs may a stroi PHrason team; WillieClarid3PJefm 1iet. 10:15 a.m. where we found_Mn "
er J. I
Georgia'Pkfe'Gkss Co. SALE Fryers3Dressed : } It doHtt take a geoiiM torecognize I Hale "
| James SorYll, Johnson the principal, waiting to
.Store, Front f ) MJTS. Maude'H.i..yener.ptl -2553 ', the advantage of relying
r iLenord Lewis, Raymond Owens, meet us and welcome us to the

; '.Mirrors KecHvered NO'ICEN: Hunting or fishingon ". Clinton Mitchell 4 :.1.. OIIt.lASPm'IAUNDBY. doCLEANEIi8 I Ulyses Seymore, Woodrow L anp- plant.
\ to,solve washday
; your
.Tnb Endfcnres, Shower ; kin and Lonnie Bristol.
I :e jny ot.my: prcfSfrtf Maude i As our tour started led.. into
215 W. Savannah Ave.n t'CH25286VALDOSTA .Mrg. bhtee. ..ABJo e don see that | us
Havener Nl.8,15 p 'n toe latest and beat eIf-*er ce I The J .R. E. I'a large foyer. He then took u* to
Edward Murphy parade will commence at 1:00 t
equipment is avaHaW at JASPER p. a large, adequately equipped library. -
MAN WANTED to manage and : .. .m. Friday .at the CTR. EL Lee
) LAUNDRY & CLEANERS .At the end of this labrary
ESTRAY NOTICE operate a retail Watkins Route in I I iHigh SchooL The rute of the
... were three rooms. Theeee for
were
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792-0081.
phone
Taken up at my place: 2 hogs. this area Earnings of 125.00 per, .: .' ,n.; <"" |I parade after leaving the school Audio-Visual work one for conferences

one boar and oneaew: .Owner may week from the very begird ",-- "R J, II will be East on lst*# ttyet to 1st and one for working.In .
have same by identifying'.and paying Write Mr. McGarity, P. O. Box- 627; .. Ave.: where it will travel north to the halls were lockers which

damages and 1 keep. Must be Williston- Florida- NIc '. LOW HCTERESTLONGTEKM ; 1st Ave. to Hateley Street. ; Wesf- were available to each student
claimed by November tenth. 1963 ,-" .- ward down Hately to 5th
USED TYPE WRITER}-: $40. Recently -I ," ; -.I Ave.r We were impressed to the language
or same will be sold for charges.C. recondftianed-sU in .. I 1 .t Southward to 1st Street and
good of. laboratory where we saw e-
< W. Hurst Route 1 .. ward, back to campus. The climax
Jennings, Florida. working order. The Jasper News ,- LOANS of the day will take place in JUie'quipment that seemed to belong In

Oct. 18, 25, Nov. X 8 Seven to twelve hours weeklycan BaBot for school tax district MlBage Levy 0- .:..._" f :., Thru the J. R. E. Lee Stadium, with the a radio station.I .
net excellent monthly income. ;i Scorpions clashing with the Iloward'Academy I \\ not give a step by step
Estimated. mlllage levy required for regular term;
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REPAIRS-We repair aB types More fuH time. Per personal interview FEDERAL LAND BANK Bumblebees of, Monti- survey through the plant for it

pliances. Mannings Radio Service, write P.. O. Box 419&, Pitts- '-. INSTRUCTIONS TG VOTERS LrVeOak ** 362-1525 cello, Florida, Game time 8:00. p.m. .would take too long but take my

Jasper. 782-4421. .tfc bUI"g 2, Pa. Include phone number Indicate by marking; an "X" in the space after line one November 1. 1963.II -fOur i.word for it .it was amazing.

'! Z whether; you favor the proposed mfflage levy wMch fe Federal Land BankASSOOATIOH hats are off to the J. R. Eol I I I saw equipment that we do not
FOUND Hotrod Dog. tl NOTICE Lashley Grits MID wilt *
Lee marching Band for the great have in cur schools but could have
Identify. Hihvard 'Ph. be jaB necessary for the approved schooL term. If yo t favor a .
Meagan Tuesday tallfurtherlmoUce. .
epea dayt every : half time show given' during the if this bond issue passes .
397-3342, White Springs' Nip Hubert Lashey 1ftP 'dlferenfmUbge levy, write the levy you favor. ft iIne: ;.
-* football game last Friday evening. ,I, In ray v1 wa cctosolfdtedHa0>-
ls: I
tTele19I3&'l5 two' and indicate. marking an ?. LIVE OAK I,The school hopes that'with the.aid IHoa be
would
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SPARE TIME :BECOME. ; Chevrolet .;;;;:, \, ; '; County HigiMMiool
., 31 South 'I community; oUr. band'will' ; i betterment of Hamilton
r" ofjtke -I for the
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Refilling and csdiectk :money after':.sIx'o'clock1. New Engine ;. :
'1 in the near
properly outfitted fa-
from'NEW TYPE qsAlty'coin all good CO dition. Nlf ,County students taxpayers and
high : t; "
(1IlM I& .
I Ten ture. : ture citizens.
operated dispensers in this area. .. 1 ;:1i ; .
: Please support your schooU.A; ? ;
No setting. To qualify you mu*t FOR BALE-30. CAL. U.S. ARID: f -f .. good school makes a good com I / Gilbert McGhm
J199Q' CARH IiiE. Calfe Carter Jtett J .
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references 'I 792-4361 or 792-278t : N1ItV' ; 0tI:ei Levy t munity. '.. f' '. Jasper High Sehool jFriday

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