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: November 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 Monthly" Meetihg, F :, : ,

Jasper City Council_ ,.' S D" .. '

The City Council 'of ;Jasper C) .
t Florida, met in regular session .

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n.1 T:30 P.J'B.' m the City 11'bf.the V ':-r '.-:--' V. .
City, of Jasper. with the foDowins;, Total Disbursements .... '11.439J.O 1964 Cotton

present: Total Cash. Available, October 31.

" Obvncilman ,Eugene' C. Lang 1963 .:........,..... 2692.51 School Allotments SetThe
Chairman: Mayor C. E., 'Courtoy; UnLTITES. SYSTEM REVENUE Consolidation 4 -
Councilman Tom Owens' ,:Council
men Dr. Wade,B..Norris. James'L. FUND: : 1964 Florida State acreage t

:Eunaway. Attorney, F., B_ HarreH. 'RECEIPTS Rental .......... 3,9880. .,. : allotment for Upland Cotton has .
Robert .H. Fisk and'Hydrant been set at :32,433 acres, plus 3. 12
City Manager ........ .99 Aroiis .
Water Service -. ff- Wins acres as the State reserve for establishing
Police Chief: Past Bembry Sewer Service: ............ 1,296.00WaterI 4. I minimum farm allot-

k ..* -Chairman- f..aRg'ca1leed.the' ; meet, :) |xJts'.ra.; ...!...,..!* x.80 ments. The State's 1964 Extra Long
Ins to order:: naleinc Attorney Har-hhofcfifig. ......i *....... 50,40 :- allotment
t octto
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ren to open with prayer. 1[Social .Security+ ....:.......... 39.. Nearly' 60 percent,effct&e 1 freeW4er& 'of .I Hamilton:. .: COUNTY.LIBRARY I I ments, has also nacreage been set at 536

,, The minutes of the previous meet Insurance ..-.>........,....-... 22. 6 County' turned out to approve the :vseeince} :'of :bonds to i TO I i,acres.
!" Ing were adoptoifas presented turretmotiop'bg TotaI'Receipa.1.: .26 SHOW FILMS
Councilman Owens wHh build consolidated Hamilton- County H'Sn i School: this'I : t
Total Cash Available .... 27,282.99 a _. Inmaking this announcement
a second.by Councilman tHmnaway"Elation DISBURSEMENTS! : :ueeda Final; tally showed 970 in fevor, aad 652 opposed Films will be shown at the Qyde 1 i R. Payne local ASCS County -
Sharon Howell is the daughterof
carried. ... .. 9813B : A has ruled that ,the consolidation could Hamilton County Library Sat. morning Office Manager.pointed out that
Mr. Charles E- Elliott with the General Operations .r. j Judge ,NoV. 16, at 10:00 o'clock. Semi- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howell of
r _American LaFrarice, {Company Water Plant ............ ...41T.78 npt be effected by a vote of the people.Nt the bond issueWas nole of the Everglades Auduban of;,these allotments represent theState's Jennings. Her record is enviable:
.............. 1,03806Sewer share of the National acreage
.... before the Council and discussed -Water Lines : connected with consolidation the ballot American Wildlife. They are in This pretty blue eyed dark bown
came distinctly
on 16' million
allotment acres
his Lines ......a......... 5L37 color. haired miss of seventeen is admired -
the fire truck from .com Fund 3,900.00Sewer 'and i in the mindao i the that school\ board plus a ,200,000 acre, reserve for
I I Transfer General:: _, ,voters so mem' by her friends not only
-pany.and the it met the.sped} many
ways Plant ..................'4.42 Upland cotton, .and the National
fications requireed by the. City. 1 bets know the feelings of the iriajority}of voters on this Too b; acres for a beautiful personality and
late allotment of 112,500
After discussion .of purchasing a:Water Deposit Refunds /..... 57.50 I .- to Classify acreage character. One young mother said
Social Security ............ 157.72 L; fdr ELS cotton announced by the she would like her to be
fire truck at the present time By RUSSELL: KAY
new ............ 165.60 Ul S. Department of Agriculture on
Withholding .... : The table of.returnswill be print like Sharon Howell
deckled the
Council to postpone
the Disburesements .... 9,713.03 In 1 To; Organize New October 11. The Department also .
purchase, until a latter date.: Total ed next weekTs: paper* ; ; _While most folks at election time announced at the same time that a She is a loyal member of the
Mr. Fisk 'gave a :report on.progress 'Total Cash Available, October 31. The consolidation, issue was hot-j I : worry about who is going to begovernor Methodist Church with a 6
'Ca National referendum will be held year
1963 ... ........... 17.519.86cnLjnr va : Baptist' .
4.U ly 'contested by both give little consider
of the new sewer lines and partisans on i land on December 10 1963 on National record of perfect attendance at Sunday
that he hoped to have this project' SINKING, FUND I,sides, and ,the "campaign's end is I Church Here, ation to' those 'ru u ng for the lesgis marketing quotas for both types of I II school where she teachers the
completed in the next few days and ; Transfer. to Utilities Sinking :a source of relief to both sides. j lature .it is the legislators who kindergarten.She .
Fund ...... ............. 238.80 I cotton.
: .r Services arer being held at the Wo- touch he livesof the voters
work most
then they coxild begin on re- : School Superintendent Reid sad, I became a 4-Her in 19SJ.
October 1
pairing'the streets. Mr. Fisk stated 1' 1963 Available..................... 5,894.95 that start of construction on the new |i iI man's dub recenUy building formed at present by has a and raided whether spendthrifts they are have economy lotto I Mr. Payne explained that the Her Record
work had been delayed month'saway. group which or a
that the street building is at least six
I State allotments will .be apportioned 1. Has attended all county events
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due to ,the fact that no extra Utility Taxes ............... 963.13: .Next step,win be hiring of an ,adopted Church.the' name, 'Calvary is Baptist do. with' the taxpayers -pocketbook among cotton producing counties 2. Participated in 6 achievementdays
been hired and with the The.group making
labor had ,architect to develop building plaits
and the allotment among with exhibits
Transfer from Utility many
of the : system -, I,plans to build aTtew church in the :A lot of folks who -
t regular work required men .fund .._.[..I*............ 238.80|I,for the. school. t future Jf smokee cigar-,:among according to provisions of 3. In 4 Fashion Shows
it has taken longer than anticipated near possible. ttes drink .,litjuor and indulge in '
1 ,, Total Receipts ..MM..i.'l20L93Total ) ', the law1. Notices of farm acreage 4. F. F. A. Sweeetheart of 1963
In laying the new\water and, sewers Cash Available....... 7.096.88 t,I MOBLE, X-RAY TO BE. Publicity Chairman\ Berline CuIrth other sinful'pastimes are feelingthe I 1 allotments will be mailed to opera I 5. Miss Jennings High of 1963

lines. fMayor Disbursements: TN COUNTY i has issued: the following list pinch of the new revenue laws. 1 tors of cotton farms prior to the 6. Football Chealeader, Syears

Courtoy, Councilmen' Bonds and Coupons: ...... 2500.00 at- : -1\of services*to which everyone is invited I Smokers will continue to smoke referendum. ,I'T.: Basketball Cheerleader, 2 years

Lang Norris. Dunaway and Owens Interest .................. 3633.75 The Florida State 'Board of, : i- and drinkers rontinuee to drink 8. Homecoming Queen
urged- Mr, Fisk: ,to do his utmostin Total disbursements ......6,133.75Total I Health 'Mobile Chest .x-ray: unit,Sunday School at 10:00 a.m I but whether the yrealize it or I Farmers who were engaged in,9. Pres. 4-H Council Hamilton Co.

getting some work' started immediately cash A Available October 31, I will be in Hamilton County one: day i Sunday Morning Worship at 11:00. not they, are accepting a cut in the the production. of Upland or ELS 2 years. 4

i on, the City streets.. i I 1963 ....................... 963.13'i Nov. 13 to provide free X-rays to B.Y.RU. Service at 6:30 p.m. value o ftheir dollar. cotton in 1963 will be eligible to 10. President Jennings'4-H 3 years.
Councilman Dunaway made a UTILITY SINKING RESERVE I any food handle or therr jersons''Sunday: evening Service at 7:30. I The last Florida Legislature vote in the Dec. 10 referendum to 11. Has been a council delegate Syrs

motion, to pay the following month: Time Deposit(; October 31 ... I required to have a health card. ;.Midweek! Premier Service at 7:30 played fast and loose with the taxpayers determine whether marketing quo 12. 'On the Judging team atN. Fla.
ly bills, with a, second by Councilman .1963 .....ijs.*,.....*.... 13,060.00 Unit will be in Clinic, in Jasper I I Ladies of tiie W.M.U. will have a' dollar They taxed just tas wil The operative for the 1964 i Fair in Tallahassee.

. Norris. Motion carried. Renewal and Replacement Fu 3' from 11 a.m.,to 1, p.m. and at Bar-{meeting Tuesday night, Nov. 12; at about anything; and everythingafter crops. ;Approval by at least two-' 13. Represented County at Short

T. B. Harrell ....... 35.00 1963 ....,........,"......... 6,000.00Cash netts in White Springs; from 3 to the home cfc 'Mrs. Clifford' '(Aunt hey' had appropriated much thirds of those voting is necessary Course 3 years

The Jasper News ...:.. 50.13s Available,, October ;;. I!p.m. on 'Vedn e day 1 *Sissy) Jenlt "" ,a" more money than the state income in' order to put the quotas into 14.'Was a candidate for Treas. at
Auto Service .......18.60 '. I .
Garry4s 3 < 1When would and it won't
"' support Short Course in Tallahasseeand
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Jasper Laundry & Dry VV V will be back on the stump If marketlrig quotas are approved to the other' girl which gave
Cleaners 41.99 begging the voters to re=elect them. Marketing penalides will applyto
ARE WE A NATION OF SHEEP Sharon a chance to a graeius
........... 1.35 .
The J. O. BurchCo '"
1 ; 1- '1"y.Vaftf.Ne If voters run true to form: ;any "excess" cotton of growers ,loser which is desirable.

Suregas' Service ...... 3420: $**-* ..- lfca& .. ', ., ,_ .. a. they probably will and they will :f who do not produce within their t All this and time to sew and
The H &.W. B. Drew Co. '.. 196.31 continue do so until the pinch. farm acreage allotments .and price dance and etc. <

Hardware Mutuals .. 1,252.421 Making' a 100-year forecastis the strings'are pulled, For exampleradio' and TV hurts..so bad they get down right support will be available to grow-

White Construction Co. .. 40.25 -one thing. Having history people and companies all over stations can t operatef'\without sore, then maybe they will stop ers who comply with their allot- SAFE DRIVER AWARDS
Sweat &Warren Radiator Ser. 9.00 i prove it right is another. the country dance to whatever a license". who issues the and count their change and want ments. While no decision has as
Grantham Chevrolet Co. Inc,53.00 : Alexis de Tocqueville< ;World tune the Administration chooses' license? The government of of know for sure how their legislators yet been made as to the level of EARNED BY FFS

Lanier Management, Inc .... 27.18 i famous commentator on,American to whistle.No dance,no dollars. course. But only if they decide- stand on the question of more support for the 1964 crop it will be EMPLOYEESThose

Motorola 21,00: democracy, did both. After all, does it make sense you deserve one. t taxes. within the range of 65 to 90 percent

Tropical,Overall Service .,.... ,11225 : Well over,century ago,'Ke ""-to bite the hand .'that. feeds 'Railroads, electrlc-potrer Governor elected of parity. In general the farm receiving safe driver
Bryant was on
Sandlin Auto Parts ,140.80Cities warned how the growth of big yotit companies,pipelines interstate farmer awards this for driving with
marketing a year
trackers and barge lines aren't a program of no moretaxes and ,
government coul.put the skids For the sake of example,
Service OaCcv '. on:,our &eeeBt6Bprise; system let'4 say that you head up, a .permitted to set their own he held the line during the first may, naricet free of penalty-is the out an accident in Hamilton County
Florida Power Corp. ...... 682.55W. and reuuccrus-'to plotting more major steel corporation To, rates. The government tells session ,of thee legislature then he production fprm the farm's acreage -|Florida Forest Service employeeswere

G. D.Chevrolet Inc .:... 85.60 than.a flock of timid and, industrious : stay solvent you needyourshare them what they can charge.. headed the pack in screaming for allotment If quotas are not ap :

United States. Concrete. Pipe animals of which of United States defense ."Management the neWs more and more taxes ,when they proved, the allotment program win'J. W.:Kelly''. 12 years
430.20( the.""government is the '''shep contracts. Then suppose 'that -a :new polite term meaning met' again remain in effect and price support BryajfitE. Millet1'. 8 years

Oconee Clay Products Co. <2097.45 herd. fDfT "distortion"-has apparently, will be available to coopefators:' at I Landjeit.Staivey ;...... 3 years
Davis Meter &: Sup Co. Inc, 1,027.71; What's more, he 'was right become standard government r Florida-, is doing all right most,{Iso percent of parity* as provided by WWi.q.. N1choLs .......... Syeani
.H. H. Fls ......u..,...w..-.23.16 That's exactly what's happen.' .. procedure. -(It'rfho secret that folks are making a. comfortableliving I law. (Fred H{ {lillhouse ... 2 years
'. *Whitehead Hwd'0).'Inc .... 109.46 ing today. the White House virtually from ostracized ',ana a few dollars more a I|I I.I n ", _) --;- __ __
Itt Bell & Gossett,-Inc ..' 37.23 The fact is tfiaYour government reporters a "month'doesn't seem like much for I] ,i= w
is mushrooming into a famous New York newspaper continued-progress and prosperity. I &MILTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
c: ..' 8.91 .
.Ford Tractor
> the
News n1 because President: resented
Slick's Welding Srop 2.50 fJ massive satiable appetite monster for w than:: in. something imprinted.) .I After, all it is only a few cents more BOA DllEarQRS (fMV'FT .Mq+ RIGHT .
Jones Chemicals: Inc. .. 77.50 And as it.grows bigger and In labor-management relAr tags sales and tax, a beer little and bit cigarettes more for auto and :The' F. tbn Chdbtj! Chamber;;offCocithece; } Board ofDirectors'

Petty Cash 86.68 it's the lions government meddling" '
crowding price-
disastrous, liquor and'a few.,other things. 11neet Mbndya November,11'at s:Oti o'dock.
Vickers Gulf Service .,.2.25 ",. less American traditions of has been downright : :
...24.85 rugged individualism freedomand It's all but hamstrung business ,But" experience aviators flying jrl otherinterested are urgedTttE
King Hardware: Company.. and it's also deprived' the ..' :.* mmm m rvm*m im******* *mmm m person
self-reliance closer and tfie Pacific and Ihe Atlantic win
There no further businessthe attend thintieeting
jbeing American worker of his basic to ;
meeting adjourned. ... closer to extinction. >urn,. .."glllll IINie ..lr$4R freedom to decide for himself ,tell f ou that there.is a point of no
Chairman Eugen,:CLang.; 4.- .:. .Let's. take,a:dose:hard look. the; government starts tellingou whether he joins a union and return.i( "A point where a decision j .. -.- .
ATTTEST: Lillian L. Bembry at what's omg on.. how to Tun your business. what he settles for musj be"made "and you better be 1 t: ,;; "

,. Fifteen years ago 'therewere Would 'you tell them where to Remember that' the Yhiti r darn-Sure-Is right J A' fEiR fCA.\fN WAY:
7.L -million workers got Or would toe the line
City ojt Ja8per-General Fund you House has issued directives ti The bottom has dropped out before "I-' '
in order to those
Now there keep defense
payrolls. are
Available October 1, .. V all government agencies, cyst 'f and it will
Cash 12.3 million a jump of 73 per contracts? drop out again and .' ,r, rtfjr f'f
1963- .. 3814.22 cent. And don t expect it'' to Or suppose you are the head the unions military to move, virtually in and inviting sign up that is when all this added tax will

RECEIPTS: stay at that. of, a great university with a civilian employees.The realty hurt. F
Cigarette.Tax .? 2.82L58!) But that's only a small'partof contract to train members of As long as we keep attractingmore
administration's tolerance '
t licenses.... 2415.50 this story., Those on the the Peace Corps. The govern- of monopolistic unions is tourists to help pay the bill The.penalty bod men pay for
... 666.00 receiving end of federal program ment tells ypu not only what
Fines. 1. obvious and leads to an Inescapable an ddepend on our race tracks, dog S indifference public affairs V '
funds and their teach but insists topp
depend- you vwfll on
Fee's ...35.00 .
Mayor ,
.question; Why. tracks, attractions_ and other groups, *
those federal the members of '
ants plus on passmg on
lobe -
Garbage; 22.50 civilian and military payrolls, your faculty; who will be allowed Could it be to curry favor to pick up tab for a lot of It Things %- -ia ruled byevil men.Wh'ile w ,

Building Permits 3.00 and their families may well to teach Do you surrender among unions for, votes.that may not be so bad but if Santa I

Weed cutting .......... 28.00 add up to half the populationof your academic :freedomor would perpetuate an Administration -. claus ever really gets seriously

Transfer (Utility System Revenue the United.States.- ,give up the Government V existence t J' ill and we find he missed his annual I II I
Fund) :....:. '3900.00 Who says so? A highly respected contract? All this just doesn't add up can we may be sorry we voted
Withholding Tax;, ..' 236.60 Democratic congress- Suppose you are a ''f tmen- t6 the American way of doing I for Bill or Sam or John with no
Social Security 114.21 man-Senator Harry F. Byrd. The Government offers you a things. The tragic fact is thit
of how they felt:
within the past few decades knowledge A
of Virginia subsidy with'he one hams.and Y
Insurance .... 75.00 t
with the other it ape4syou the government has spun a picking cur pockets.
All this of takes
Total Receipts 10.317.29Total and in the end it's to.grow or sot to gtiwwhat- web of supports, subsidies interventions -,. Our nation is facing thee most .w
I Cash Available .... 14,131.61DISBURSEMENTS always money the taxpayer who suf. ever the GovernnieaB! .ehooses and controls that critical -period since the{ war be-" 1= O \

: fers. Federal, state and local on acreage which lid Govern- threaten to extinguish the spit* tween the states conditions can
:Mayor\. and Council ..26.00 taxes take away from us about ment determines, vith your it of free enterprise. change over night. Incomes that

Management and Office ..... 600.00 35 percent of our national in product to be sold fct a Gov- It would be difficult! to namea now seem secure can drop sharplyto sty .
"Finance and Taxation ...t.-,347.33 come-more than third of what ernment-established price. Will basic American freedom that here IV M

Legal ......v......50.00 all people and business corporations you knuckle under or foregothe has escaped Power'the long arm of and the a point where there at in penny taxes will i iA .
subsidy governments breeds penny
Insurance .......*.....*.. 497.13 earn.Naturally. and the bigger the on mean something.I .
a big fat bank It happens far more than power, gov-
Public Relations 100.00 roll like this commands a lot you think even though you ernment grows, the more am not'an alarmist but common I -
Police Department ....... 1334.66 of deference in the nation's don't read about it in your greedy its demands become.I sense and experience teaches, that

Fire Department Includes Hydrant marketplace.And well it should. daily paper. refuse to believe that self- I aQ Is not gold that glitters an when. pfc t
Rental '. 4295.01 One out of every five dollars And there doesn't seem to reliance thrift and freedom of citizens and taxpeyers lose their I

,Building Inspection .......... 75.00 spent on goods and services it be any end to it. The-federal the individual are obsolete and sense perspective and vote for Fiat a
." PUBLIC WORKS: spent by the goverBmeat. government keeps growing big have no place in modern so* 'anybody with no knowledge'oftheirbackground J
just ;>>
,' Public=BBildJng 255.60 Now' take a good{ look at ger, spea&Be more money and ciety. views
those dollars and acquiring; more and more To me just:to sit Back and'' or personal
government 1 1a
.S Department ........ 1,396.33Garbage letting themselves in fort
your snake,an important discovery. power. let the Big Government takeover they are ,
Department ....... 613J57 They have strings atakrsga- As a result, tfette's, practically all of my freedoms andresponsibilities lot,of trouble and deartache. ''1 1I
Cemetery .,......;.,...:... 26L26 ;tathcd to them lea noting.any signifi- and make all We need more leegislators. comm,r.
Public Welfare'.C.': ... 36.90 that more often than not eaaee! that...' heR aecWIecI-., the decisions would be aw.., issiouers and councilman who think

Social Security .. 866.31 .. *t retoh air the troy back.. _. to vri*.iB one way or another, erable.How. -- I of your donarsbut try and find I ? -

Withholding' .r- .' !760.90- ....'... 'W.I a a.... .,ty,..a the l.. sboe# ro- 1 them.;' F You Slept !

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councils of schools throughout the JENNINGS JUNIOR CLASS I II JENNINGS FFA CHAPTER AT --
Beverage Dept To- states and, present a program resigned -HELD SPECIAL MEEETLN'G Revival and HomeComing -J Jennings News ISUWAXNEB BARROW SHOW 1 1I 1 i

to' enlighten youngsters to I HEALTH
Begin "Operation; problems they will encounter if discovered On Monday November 4, Jim I At White I by Ray Nell! Burnett The Jennings FFA Chapter had I \

called a special meeting to I two boys to t
violating the jawto Methodist PANTHERS WIN Tin STRAIGHT! enter the Suwannee '
Minors"State ordering violators 'arrested. elect a homecoming attendant to Springs Congratulations, Panthers for Barrow show at Live Oak Monday ro.p.lC .:
ride the float with the queen at the I night. October 2L The boys
[ were
Keating declared, "T e. law of the the .fine game you played against'j
Beverage Director Richard Homecoming Game : Revival Services will be held 'at Jim and Mike Devane Jim had
State Florida'unequivocaiy Greenville Friday night and against *
pro- The Junior Class elected Ellen j White Springs Methodist Church |two duroc barrows 140
L weighing
Keating announced today that he prohibits under 21 ail the rain and mud. But our
persoss age A Ssr.i..E Yew Doctor el Uedtemc.
Sunday night November 10, thru
be Miss Junior Class for
Staff to pounds each.
has ordered his entire force of Bev- '1 from possessm galcoholic beverages -' this. occasion. (Friday night, November' 15. Ev-I boys stuck it out. 140.. Our next.which Is second He place won a and red ribbon a pink* Your l"1orida Local Medical Medical At od Society.noo. art. toe

erage Agents to begin full-scale and minors: are being given is invited. game is what they're dreading it
Reporter, Billy Laseter. I;eryone I I I ribbo, which is fifth place.Mike WHY PHYSICIANS BEAD
ample warning that violations j
arrests on
throughout Florida of minors .
I their part will not be tolerated. On Sunday night. Nov 10, Dr. seems.Mr.. and Mis Bobby Kent also had two barrows in''
who '
are possessing alcoholic I
John M. Physicians are arid"reader*-
Sikes new District Superintendent His '
beveraees. I 'have moved to Twin Lakes recent-,IthEt.show. two weighed 140 and I of medical books and .
I j journals.
'Youths more and more choose ; into possession of the beverage will ""preach and also I| He won white ribbon
ly. We sure win miss them.I a in
I hare be order
The action started a program by to ignore-the laws of Florida by obtaining these young people are showing a ,,Quarterly Conference will be held.I rm sure enjoyed which is third place. I keep They up with to the rapid progress to i

the Beverage Deepartment knownas alcoholic beverages.and this flagrant disregard for our law and Monday. Nov. 11, thru Friday, No- the Halloween Carnival everyone' and the i}[' Reporter, Billy Laseter of medicine and surgery. Whatis
Opration )Minors' aimed at halting quite frequently has led to revocation -agents of this Department are now j vember 15, Rev. E. F. Mayton will i ii Trick or Treat yells at door I .. I accepted technique in diag

the increasing problem cf teen ,or suspensioo.tof'tM1icenseof going to begin taking- the violators! 'I i preach. j last week! your T TOP AWARDS WOX AT 'j r nosis and treatment today may'
age drinking. Keating said. beverage dealers who have Before our criminal courts for action I Homecoming will be held Sun 1 .!?e changed tomorrow. :
The Beverage; Deprrr+-nt, jn been'charged with selling the drink .Keating warned. J day, November 17'ktarnj at on 10:30 II I I| The Twelfth Grade King and NORTH. FLORID AFAIB'. I Doctors' get county medical
Queen, Patsy Harrison and Reddy society. state medical association
cooperation with the AlcoholicBeveragee ,to the youth while the minor I '*niwT&Btf 1
I The has with the .
; Beverage Department ajn. song service. Reg- Henderson, and the first grad JENNINGS FFA MEMBERS American Medical Association '
Industry of Florida pro- been permitted to go free of pros-. offered sheriffs. and police chiefs '1 ular church service will be held at prince and princess. Howard Howl [ and usually one or more ;

mulagated a pamplet directed at I I ecution. throughout the state full coppera-l:: '11:30 with Rev. Mayton..'aS the ,and,Susan ScaffrSure, -jIookedT- i The Jennings,FFA Chapter' wasrfpteseitted'at" specialty journals. Every" nhysiciaa i-...... ..
minors explaining the law againsttfinidrspcG f elJL : accumulates a :tilt..'ltd .**". -r
"I. on.Jn1iUTt st d speaker At12:30'; dinner wilf [ the North- Florida ; {
'' '" I f fixxtnabsoMng; :JJeyerage1dealers j' :: q f anppOrt.m t>e kood'as the"croW S were placed oh 1: brary of books on,general .-
essfhgJ-acinone beverages { of blame:Itis-pbYioUs7fhat: its "drive to halt the alarming;served'on the grounds their heads *,Fair in the swine division by ent- his practice .
at the Carnival last or particular specialty. C
::;:and :some of the problems even tighter precautionary measj ,amount of beverage law violajtions. -I 1 Over 300 invitations have been!Thursday night. Everyone looked;!ries by Jim DeVane Mike+ PeVane.1Newscrrie. I I...., Thousands of books, are published -, ;
create for
youth themselves
they tines are reeded in to ." Tommy add Billy L.
many areas Lases
i sent out to f every year.
who has
are apprehended.More j everyone ever{very nice in their new suits and ".
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,prevent youngsters from obtaining Keating said within a few days been a part of the church. gow ns. ter. Medical writing has* been produced
than one-half million 'copies,I acpholic.JsYfXases-aBd-this-is'b the principal of high school j I JiM had one barrow and one SoW.He I since earliest times. .The
of the pampfets ar '''bet g preparedfor = ing done. However,, .f minors j the every I I Thanksgiving, is just around won second; place.with his bartav'at -'! first recorded is the Ebers Ra-
president of every college acid !the corner and .
distribution in schools '[often find of beer The White Springs Methodist soon turkey shoots .; pyres written about 1500 B and/place means: getting or first with his
selling lcoholic beverages' the I'I liquor other'thari- by! k dpo.ptrrschase university andrah" parent- teacherassoclationS' i i 1 Church was chosen as F., Rural.,will-be all around and the turlreYs.i're :,They were Durocs.place .sow.. J discovered in Egypt in I87J.:' '
Florida will be ,Trill- j t This ancient document described
Uaid. con- ,;Church of the Yearfor; 'the'Gain- gobbling. -
Director .
He has instructed j[ fromrArbeverage'dealer."Regardless Mike'
I tacted and made aware of his de- esville "' t The Missionary Bptistchurchhad [ also had one barrow and: erysipelas plague hepatitis.
his agents to meet with student .'t>f how they come District.r ( He place angina and dis-
partment's action and their assistance \ J I their monthly church supper'one sow. won third w itlthisS {. scurry pectoris. >.
barrow and second cusses the use of castor oil.
place with
will be [
: The Wellborn Methodist Church this week. Everyone enjoyedit. Afterward I pomegranate, tannin And tnrpentine. .
his sow. They also Durocs. r
.; 1 Is hoped the' young people of is having its revival N v. 3 '10. was their monthly, businessmeeting. were i j.' .
: Florida will heed our warningthe and Pinegrove.Church from Nov. one gilt and one Hippocrates born in 460 B.C,
'. ''Beverage Director said. "It is not J'feoaiv Tommy won first place In and known, as the Father of
J 0' f>: : I'I my desire to see these youngsters',17 thru Nov'; 24. Everyone i.$ invit his,class with his gilt. He also won j Medicine is'the* author of the- .
first Hippocratic Oath standard of k
place with his boar.
r ti tit placed in jail or given a criminal TommY"s..
medical ethics to which medical
record that win remain with them < ,bqarT won Junior Champion in his students of subscribe. Galen "
Navy Lieutenant graded -
: == I I forever however, it is =- junior ,class}' He also won Grand Champion .
\ ; our responsibility -I Waldo S. Kennedy, son of Mr. and: born in 131 A.D. wrote
[ IO- all the FFA .
over division. His
.. by law to halt these acts, : ::; Mrs. Cecil A. Kennedy of Jasper, ;I: more than 180 books on medicine .
t .. fvon grand champion femaleand which molded the thoughtof
and it will be done.
s' ;/ .'I Florida left Norfolk, Va., Oct i, .
\ ( ._ .I Junior Champion physicians for centuries
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'. guided Arincenna. born 980 A.Dwrote
'! .' I .. Billy had two Black Poland China i
--, .' missle frigate USS Dewey.. for more than a million words on
i .:. .'.. ... ------ 1 f S duty with the Sixth Fleet in the: gilts. He won first place with one, i medical topics. Vesalius. born
and econd
j: ( place with the other in i 1514. revolutionized the study of
k l .. ,, ....,'..._. I .S Mediterranean.While ,' 1 1I his class. He also won reser vp': anatomy Harvey born in England '
..... '- in the Mediteranean Junior in 1578. discovered the circulation
.. : Champion and Jr. Chafn -j I -
.' I Dewey will participate in exercises T of the blood; Montana ..
... i ton. i v j jr
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P : ; ,\ with NATO forces: and visit portsin born 1681, founded the modern
.The judging team from the
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\, '\ '. .. Italy France, and Greece, ". science of pathology.
4 : .
: was Horace
represented by ,
=, 1 I ': 1 All of these men I left imper*
:' ,# -; 1r j Bates, Bill Butler and BfflyjLase ;
> medical
I Cant writings just as i
'. '. .J f "l i.HOSPITAL NEWS 1 ter. They went over to tM W air:!.', leaders of today are doing. A -

et ....:..: SatUrday, November 2, andjudge done : physicians education continues ;
: 1 I. -- :...... -. 1 ', ;:lass of each of the folwviangr* .. as bug as he is in practice. That
4'. .' ;a why each patient may be sure '
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that he is receiving the most
.j / :; ;Ii' '-' cattle, swine, and chickens. up-to-date medical service &YAithi. -

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I ,', : Msteria-gifts' from friends aMloved paper. .'folks':back":in"Illinois and, Little'Liza Scaff'daughter of Billy 1 I .. ;r' ;; ''' ,. ...tk : IW..

: on .an4. checks&t"money ttJ.1JJ \ .d In..m,;.- and Dot"Scoffcelebrated. her 5th .
: ,;!: '>x ;,; .. were piled high en,.the stable. Then Led J birthday at Kindergarten Friday i -itOFFIG1 ; :

":5''' 'i' 1'ti. -.( : came the Phone> calls: also..4 ; :. .Jinte.Giiffirt; oft th. *.I6mce, ,. Nov. 1. There were..., ':,25 cmldren". ';'In, < CHAIRSArmchair
: ..' 1 \ .,..,. it! Cipdy andrMaster, Bobby force.in Mceknnyt' ,2.. l*:'' -=.'".1"the party, ": .'*. S S '' r.:
( j : gIa4rd; "children of'j\1rs.t.. : We-Had a" flat'titc on'that lave1pstretch ., .
:;. : R.K. as Sstectan opening,the, of Doane Harrison and Julia RatMf --
:. 4 : : Wi131il1'l'1S road 75 but a SI: R., T ;
lone remarked the joy occasionally take' -a day off and
truck came to our aid. Ervin Plain Style
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.a. I little children at Brady somn-law of Mrs. Adina!spend! it in Valdosta.. This. Wednesday Suitable for Business Home Office
More that 32 attended Simpson recognized Mrs. Ehlert they had a full day there a ,', or
:t. :'< ;Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rodgers of I land stopped.P. luncheon at the proper time and "
V"q;. SYamori.t9M t I'Kissimmee' gave the party Mrs., 'S. The main street in Mcclenny j taking in the Antique Show at the Excellent $31.50
1Oilie., Bocne and Mrs. Anna Martha [Garden Center
are bordered with lovely red
'* lug this year Mr. J. W. Kelly of W Diams were ofQcal hostesses. I Louis Phillip roses. I I I ,Wednesday13th en important Quality. From. _-----
Jasper Woman'sThe 1 I Among out. of town- guests ..- -. S ,
...- .'T jtheTbrestry; : department Ts.""givingthe The State-hospital in'Mccieru is''date at the First Baptist Church '. :" 'J ,J'A' '
:. / ClubMe! : ts ,Friday:'(. platt' .. wDL: -.J.Jl' (and-daafcter were Mr. and of Mrs.; JacteonvffleL Charge Simpson" ;ill a dry in.te lf.r. f raitiU. growing. '|tften Mtu.P- ;!:Faulkner of*Percy: .:w. :,''"W:'.<:,., ..Jo.\' -:.. ." _., 4oi-'. .. .
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l') Fruit >Cakes .are..awOSt.'so1d'oat.I ** : : *nt .>f_ .wifl be guest speakers and teacher. SY i&JJl
Lois President of Woman' V" Mrt and*Mrs. Bob Miller spent) Mr. Falukner has traveled muchin !\' '
Jasper Womans. Club meet Curry Iro., reading "We should import I
Friday November 8 at 330 the chub will re-order if mere is the ra,our courage and not our despair a pleasant weekend: in Arcadia with Palestine and will teach the current -
I{demand, I Mr. and Mrs, David Brown. Mrs: W. M. U. book, on "The Man- I S
v' ,regular-rrbeetitrgJ e. our health and'ease and,pot our
> J Brown is (Caroline Miller) They! ebaum Gate"showiDg pictures he. .
3 Ib. $3.25 and 1% Ib. r5 n 'disease. .. .
Rev.Henry 'A. Guy of Jacksonville I I recentlymoved from Atlanta to has taken of those scenes. ---
who Is holding the revival'atthe. f I Mf. James'H. dardy and his sister I The Homecoming Parade was Arcadia where he is an X-ray Tech All the Baptist Churches in the : .-
First 'Methodist Church-. will' Mrs. Delores Walker were the perhaps the best in our parade his i ician. : Association are being invited and ,"
:f 'bring the: Devotional fc recipients of a birthday suprise'tory. i. the Jasper churches of all denomi -

.:- CoL Orville Drury of Lake City,I party. This brother and sister live". First price went to the Chamber I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kennedy nations. THE "AMERICANWnotta WAY- 1
.'. will be' the Speaker for the after quietly irt _their home in the. near i iCOWlttY. 'of Commerce which .portaryed the I Bengie and.Sally Kennedy attended Mr. Faulkner is a'special friendof [ -
-.-: noon cki.th<;subjects> "Wells"-tile The birthdays the 29th and,'Race of Education" significantly Col-lege Prof Moore who Jsj teaching' a

,lmporJ 1re' 'of; 'making .a "will 31st 'passed quietly too quietly.: Freshman Class "Muddy Waters class on Old Testament at Jasper
.x "how to"and etc.There win be a' They thought they were forgotten. ahead" was very clever.. \\Whoever j 1 Riding In the alumni parade were High each week
question and.answel\-period The'CJaray: families that is a very thought of that'bxown muddy: paper father and son Mr. Cecil and son '. ,. ..F'. STOP-
Mrs.t.Bob Fislc is chairman' of famfly-ish 'family and there Was The Woman's Club float looked Benjie. ;. To affect the quality of the day
i no chance of that. I I like the beautiful floats -Returning is the' ': SECURITY
this progfam The American I:,, ? most with; them was daughter that highest. .or. arts. err'f rlo6glcAL. -OR SOMETHINGTired /
Home department. Guests are j At 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon*we have seen in larger places. The in-law'Ricky, Mrs. Waldo Ken- :
welcome. ,. ., -'9' !'r a nephew and wife. Mr. and Mrs.tTeddy Qnb women worked 3 days getting nedy and baby both of Washington. Mrs. Johnnie Barker (Gail Johns,
ClubJ and took, that in shape. They will be here while Waldo is and little son Anthony spent a few
,. ,$Frlday is"the time to pay McGhm! came by days this week guests of Mrs. Brad
'dues, Mrs.:R.D. Vickery'treasurer' them for a ride. ,On the'returnja.t: J""rii* float with the Homecoming on duty in the Virgin Isles. ford Wells. i;: .
.f< mail had happened. Laved Bonne Jones and maids, *' .. -
.;; U you: wish to pay thru the x2:30"things Queen ) f The Barkers live in Jacksonville
3- address to .Mrs. R. D. Vickery \j cnes had.come in and transformed;;Carol MvLaughlin and Ann Camp, 1| Said Damodora "There are none he Naval
where is assigned to the
treasurer. ,n]t[the place.. On the dining table was I ell in, crimson and white gladdened |I,happy inure. ;world .but being. who Air station at present. Wit T'S W+Z3ERt
The Woman's dub has chosen'''a )Ibeauuful birthday cake 10x28 theeyes of the beholders j I enjoy va,t:horizon.* S.
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the Arizona"Cypress, fore plant decorated in pink roses-and purple The Lions Club float depicting S. Dr. and Mrs. Billy Mitchell .andfamily
their cherished project of help for Mrs. Wffly Raye Lewis and Mrs. for the weekend
were t
;: I .- that with troubled eyes a childin Horace Lewis accompaned Miss friends and relatives.Young' ti
4 0 .' "' ;",WE HAVE darkness-then a child in the Thelma Lewis to Jacksonville Thurs visiting t i a
-, .. ', .:"uk. light brought quick tears to theeyes. day when she went to a meeting of Mitchell
Rex of Doris
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;! 1 ,. : association at the
at; ., : : 'T'L'S.IZES" and Jo* had a tonsilectomyt! last
'"There, were other floats that MayflowerjHoteL week and is recovering nicely. I < =' .a'
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I 'v; 'OF' ; the Shetland pony and'the cart. J r at a beautiful luncheon entertained Tuesday "To. read we11, that is, to read

[ "i:; Th 'Waman's Club is indebted to i iMrt 1 IN'ol'I '. 5. Those enjoying this affair true books in a true spirit is a

.1 Clinton Mitchell for the loan of i I(,i were Mrs.. Ed Montgomery (Rev. .noble exercise xxx.
FILMS his truck for the Woman's dub I I Ed Montgomery was detained by e5Itilr. I'
float and thank him also for driv church duties) Dr. and Mrs. Mick- Reddin Dail underwent surgery -
ter. Dr. and at Hamilton County HospitalMay
ing. Rawls. Dr. and
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Mrs. Norris, Rev. and ,Mrs. Sayer night and his daughter Mrs
Thoreau said* of *his*cabin ,in'the 'Canova and Rev. and Mrs. Van:Sandra Pickle the former Sandra
;;:; t-, -., Also Polaroid woods-"This was an airy and un- ZantThe .Dail came Sunday from Plant City .
; cabin entertain I to be with her father and nurse :
fit to ,
piastered a I
\3. i ,.FLASH BULBS :- ENLXRKItH ,. traveling God ,and where a goddess Ed Mon gmerys of Orange 'hen I.:4
'ark came;:over to ,
vote Tuesday :
might trail her garments. ,
:t" 24-hour Developing' ,,- .. In the evening Mr. and Mrs.. Pete .- ADVERTISING

!.. 1st IX and:)] Mrs.. John Allen Seas mends held of !i this open house that many S PAYS-.IN of ignoring the truth I ,?0/
.:_- ,_FILM '.. SPECIAL Cribbs and little daughter Dianneof greet them couple could j I. THE JASPER NEWS !
Cape: Canaveral spent last I I
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.- .sizes 127 or'620 > rolls weekend here and in White Springs I .--- ------. 'x.
".2' : )to .'6''gc visiting Mr.: and :Mrs. Albert Page
35c roll and Mr. and Mrs. Paul HiUhouse.
:- per or .. i.'sn i.. '. ;
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Thursday to Mcclenny with Mrs. 1
Bee Ehlert at their new newspeper t
office there. Mrs EhlerJt oes down
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ON DEAN' LIST I["The Witness of the,Spirit" I J.R.E.Lee Elk's Lodge and many others. To

'.You and Your School 1 II end an enjoyable day the Scorp-

I I : f f1be announced Florida State the Dean's University List for today the I'!'I I am prompted from what I read own spirit, I as though it was the I'' Chatter Box ions defeated the MontteeMo"Burn-

!, ,, by M-L. Powell third semester, To..lI hake the Deans from time to time and what I hear cnly witness ;and thus the testi l j jimony I ble Bees 2@-O On a very wet grifciroa
: Have by word of truth to undertake b of the Holy Spirit is virtually Amidst glamour and grandeur wilts
List undergraduates must This week
school bond election is now,,conditions they nov ejostlinthis, hours j I explain hi a scriptural'" manner "excluded. :Wednesday etRnini Octobe_ 30, the Scorpions Jo-
carried 12 trimester j
or more:
over and we trust that all Hamilton ,,county. We-have made no eifort: aura earned a grade average' of 3. j I what the Bible has 16 say concerning Is there ro a want of'consistency'I Miss Linda Logan. wast,.. cxpwned't erne yto Perry Ftou to tangle
County Citizens wil close ranks and 1 I:whatsoever to mislead or misdirect (B). Students In the. College of,: the work o fthevHoly :Spirit: in in this! An honest answer would'bea :Miss J. fL E. Lee nigh' Also'shar- with the Jerkin Bisons. Our best

move forward together- to: and era ;:anyone, We have not at anytime Arts and Science had to have ,an+convex. ion. Pm' sure*of' this one yes. We have listen attentively; b j j sing this once in a lifetime moment wishes ride with them on thek-
I of greater progress i thing. If it is something &> mysterious when the testimony -i[was Miss Edna Cato as Miss Inter-
some dtailing
in the j first flown
':-made statement in privacy or average of 3.25 and those I! very i, out o game this esason.
for the coon any that it mediate and :Miss John-
no one can explain Gwendolyn
which based! their
3.5. The list included upon they
School of Nursing .
-2* ::in public to which we would inindI {I r i
2i jty and for better :Frances V. Connolly, and; God is then responsible for the. con- acceptance with God and of that son as Miss Primary. Thanks to our County Maintenance .

i educational ap-affixing I do '. our signature ,if asked to Bunrye M. McLauchKn of Jasper. I fusion which exist: in the world. cf given by .those who believe in the I!' The homecoming festivities were Deepartment 4-H club li..Fl .
: [portunities for aH p religion but I do not'wish to attri- doctrine of abstract influxerices
: spiritual sucessfuL The kicked
parade off
r4'[the .boys andy I t i We.are most graceful and appreciative' JENNINGS "T' .CLUB MEETS butt to his account as;I can plainlyconversion ; I remember not one state [the activities at 1:00 P. 1L, consistIng -l A. Chapter, and the IndustrialArts
[girls in this coon- rm surel of this onethe. [f : Section for the painting and
for the many<)kind congrat.ulations -. l ,ment orsentence; that.did not haveto of Queens from J. R. E,: Lee-&, ;
Jty N 1un1lY and remarks/'that' have1:p The,)ennmgs c,3r"'Club met last Bible altlhinsjBi;\stiidipertairi! -to-.wkthtuat they had felt. lmagined -|' Carver High Boy Scouts from I Jbeautification\ of our School 1 andgrounds.

I those wOO were 1 lcome our way beforeQM:after the Frida yfor the first tim this year I to life and godlinessHPet 1:3 and "-.or Dreamed Jn yain hayp-i Werry Jackson and Carver High It is with this type of in-
; ]for the passage of- electioiuWe have; d 1norethan The first order of business was 1 that we-are: furnished wits 1 good we listened for one word; of test!=, various floats including ; .genuity and cooperation 'mat we
rZ [the bond Issue 'we felt jt our duty We bare the' election Of officers. They areas works H, Tim 33&-K, and again tinny from the'' Holy ,Spirit-it is:!; from the American representation Legion-I iwillibe able to maintain an attract-

are gratified and" elated at the results ,j exerted no undue pressure on any follows President-Donald Tyre.i God-is'not the-author of confusion:: : entirety excluded.: That this is true-: ]r. ... ive school. .
.. By the"same: : token those(one to support vote .fror or to see VlcePresidenttavort Burnham:bu vt peacer<%.Cor. 14:33: Then the can be seen by the fact that many i,1 I t I 4-rf Jud&ing Team In'Contest }
who were against the issue are dis this' matter in the same, light that Secretary. 'Sybil Johnson; Treasurer words of,Peter in. 'I Pet...3:15: which who strive for acceptance with IV:28. He felt like Joseph was dead I t The Hamilton; County leg ij 4-H ,fl
appointed. Nevertheless, that is the we have seen it. We have simply Sharon Howell?, Reporter: says,we are to be sly always to Cod are, often in doubt upon the 1 1 I|all this time and would have told Judging* Team placed Second igf
way it is under the American way. tried to present the facts In the case Miriam' Howell Sergeant-at-Arms I I give an answer tolevery man thatasketh subject themselves ;and surely -no 'any who asked him no doubt. that 4-H Judging'Events at the'N ortfi

ofoperation.Every qualified free- and'let.the people decide'for them- Robert Keeling. Sponsors are.Liven us a reason-fer the hope that one,would doubt the testimony ofthe j I.,he was indeed dead and yet, all this Florida Fair Tallahassee,.'Oct 3Q\:
holder in the county has had the selves what ought to be done. The Hinton.. Billy Blair and-: Edward J lieth"within us with,.meekness and'fear Holy Spirit. These doubts are J time Joseph was governor of i The members of the team-were' .

opportunity and the privilege .ofexpressing public responded unmistakably. Burnham. '! 'I their own counterfled detector by! Egypt Time or space wl lot per Johnny Allen and J. D. 'day of \'. I
himself at .the pollson However,. we deserve only a very Several:; appropriate committes To' be !in a positirgtve: an answer '\1Ihich.the. wheat Is separa.tedJrom i,mit us to go further this week but;Jennings ;Charles and Wlliam*

this L-nportant question. Now',fmall: portion of the credit if a**", were appointed for business on ] we must know what .God, says- the chaff and a genuine conversionis I the Lord willing we will continue Johnson of BellviBe. There were -
that the issue is resolved-we should for the outcome. of this issue. Wehave hand. Plans are. being made for I. an: !l ny given subject1 therefore"-I recognized. He who has no this lesson in another article.! six other teams in the contest according -

forget the ,unkind statements and never seen a group of people !homecoming c h will be Nov. 16 believe lye can understand this subject doubts of his acceptance: with God [ Kenneth E. Thomas |[ to Isaac Chandler, Jr. Ass-
the unfair tactics that may have work more faithfully and diUigentty with Crescent.City as our opponentour :*well enough"tS cnow how the is sometimes looked upon as an Box 226- Jennngs istant County Agent.
been said and resorted to duringthe for &;.''cause than did the supportersof 'spiri today' in;one'conversion egotistics self righteous indivdual I "
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intensity of this matter. Cer- this issue on last Tuesday.Manv j After Paul had gIVen the disciples whos ignorant of the work: of gracen i

tainly, under the American way of names could be listed and praisedfor ccunty as they were in passing atRome positive assurance; of the soul. *' But those who thusdoubt I "GAS GAGS
life .each one of us has the right the excellent and meanin9rjf"l the school bond issue ,it would,thepresence of the Sipirit in them : are not like those to whom
and privilege to work for anto services rendered on behalf of th's not be very long before industry and that God would quicken their Paul said: "Let us draw near witha I I

vote for the things and the ways matter. We have here a clear indi- would be coming our way. Thriving I mortal bodies by it ,he tells; them true heart ,in full assurance of '
that we think are rl?ht. The spirit cation of what can happen when progressive communities are very I that the measure of it received! by faith Hebrews 10:22. BCt off F! zoMOarao / orL GOit Lttiw rS tiKE wrrH

of decency and fair, play would the people of a county or a com- much like farms and crops It them was the Spirit of adoption by WE DO NOT KNOW THAT WE WNA'S6' wcNOE 2'M ua 4ITHE
make all fp'r decide in make them'' which they were authorized to call i1RST Mat Zr? OLAY T11''r
prompt us to dealings (munity to work together takes men to grow. ( ARE PARDONED BECAUSE WE SECOND GAS cat
and honorable. We have tried to be ja! common effort. If 'a group of our Communities imtended do rot grow God their Father: and in further FEEL GOOD, BUT WE FEEL EVER HOhE l r ,
very,diligent in making a true and .people were to become as seriusly anY more Ihrn do moos untendedand confirmation o fthe spirit he said: I PUrrEC:+
factual report on the educational interested in bringing an industry to where there is no vision the "The Spirit.of itself beareth witness GOOD BECAUSE WE KNOW ONCE ALWAYS NOONOO STAQT COME

people perish. with our spirit that,we are the chil- THAT WE ARE PARDONED, I 1 BACK FOR taoAE

... .. ,.. \"',. r.- -fa ltre; to sav once again dren of God. "Rom. 816. I II | He who beleives himself pardoned i e
": with all sincerity at our command -I The apostle here speaks o ftwo (saved) will feel pardone (saved I p 1ylr

.: ,. 2. '\. that \ve hold no personal ill'witnesses, the 'spirit itself and our whether he be pardoned or condemned -
; < will towards anyone. Our only de- spirit .and these bear witness to the A falsehood believed,,-win
\ fact that certain individaulz are produce the same feeling it would
; :
.: sire is for all our people to get together
the children of God. By the phrase have produced had it been true.
/ for the best interest of all our
itself I to When Jacob believed that Josephwas
Spirit suppose we- an
and girls. We hope that all ourpeople
boys '
:..,: .. '\. : can begin to visualize a new understand Paul to mean the Holy dead. he grieved and wept in
.. : in Spirit .and by our spirit I suppose all the anguish of'soul that would
Were You In mcd* n" high, school plant which
!12 Born : expanded educational opportunitiesor he means human spirit. Then the have wrung his heart had:he really Low Price
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VII Holy Spirit and the human spirit been dead. He refused to be 'com II NIGHT PHONE }
rJl O-.TT brys and girls may
_NOVEMBERin odd ? bear> testimony with each other that forted and confidently 'expected PER CYLINDER
I r : an ear realized. It win be a source of _
Jl: common interest and unity for all the disciples are children of God. his gray hairs to go down to the dYcamorc %-1001HOLLOWAY'S
The is -in for what he belived CASH ON DELIVERY:
passages grave sorrow
='KEMEMBElC our peopLe. People from every: sec
\ ,If So : .: ti-n' of the county will be able to re as though it read.lik- nis: The to-oe,the sad fate of his dear son; I '
I Spirit itself beareth witness to O I"spirit and it was with great difficulty that (
fer 'to the new school as "our ,
I' Renew'Yo that we are children of(;od." he'was'madevt obelieve that Josephwas
To iDriver's School "our1 band" and "aa"team.
(Please read it again). This.inter alive and the governor of .
It will no mere be a Jasper
pertation makes the Holy Spirit the Egypt .but when he say the wagons
School than have
we now a Jasper
only witness, when we inquire of which Joseph had sent to carry him
Court house It will belong equallyto
License those who so interpret the p"\ sage. to Egypt .he. said: it is enough _
all the in the and
people county
..it shall be our. to see to it for, the testimony the witness Joseph my son is alive, I will go' 1f.2 51 8
J(that all people purpose from every section they. give, us the testimony of their and'see him. before- I die." Genesis I L. .J .OLLOWAV.
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f of. the cotnty will be treated equality -
THIS MONTH\: Sand fairly in the operation and (I II

.', ." Tdirrn!!'iration cf ts mew school.
< '. : .. >We covet the cooperation of every I
&*4 &*&*44T0* ** ?*& ; citizen inthe.county to this end. .


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!' JASPER FLORIDA Friday November 8. 1963-

BETTY LOU 3IATHIS TEACHING Too Eat<> to Classify to properly train tnd prepare DOCTOR WELLS' 4 t t.ttl'

AT ST. PETERSBURG HIGH .... : recrujt! ,for, .our law eafcrce- APPOINTED % < I .
m nt'ranks. Such an academy CARDSHOP a- .
By RUSSELL. KAY ....; -; ; ;-o4t'' FI' L-E 'd'. 1
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.. -'/" <;;; toiserve-'a: .ja'training gwmw* )f. f9r4il ., .
)Ittakes tr\t\ !",.a b dge for men;and:women-; engage d. ::: /) ..t t, : _' :' :. .':: t ,. ." ts>. FO11Sand 'T7'-; '

I ; and a )nt'_make. a good law 4:,jut: ali'Corms'"bf estate"'"cwtfnty, 4pint.q'M Hlmnf n'Coont)' u altl-'D I I'. ,. ,'....'f', :. ':; ."j ..... ..,.. J'. ,
: is.happy to to
announce theaphomfinent ,
> enfOTCeipep t"o ?bed 1; municipal and -agSn'cy1' pour: THAIIS. Other. ,
; the -
y.J.intfes s -1'Uf'Ucnm T. r{ work.'f:: by JfcimiJtoQ' Cumty l i I i\I-iC ... :
Board of,Cbmmissionners'-and I .. : Offi N a .- -
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juyenilq gf;4elmquriec7''tratem It ould"denarith': crime detection the FJorida Stale 'Board: of'Health -
1 law .' I Our heartfelt thanks to all who 8t -
es jmpn Jy good enforcement prey ration, related of Doctor FuBerton Barton Wells,., ? :
;; for it touches the security matters, and train officers ., as its Director .effective 'ov. 1. extended comforting sympathy and I I The Jasper New
lives o n.cilizeri.s: : and d help in our recent sorrow for the .
,, e" state troopers beverage Dr. Wells was born March 14.1 I I I '<
jnands the utmost considera. agents game and ifsh- 1911 In Camalu N. J. obtained his many cards and also the food. SY 2-6331

tion. i ** .wardens. security guards and M. D. degree in 1543 from. Hamen- HOT the beautiful service floral"ofI j j .

Speaking to the Florida Intelligence .others..,,- .. ..._ mann JUedical: _.College of Phildel- erings.,.;,and other kindnesses' wean I '
,:": ;!., "- .M...: .. \_,f JII a'eszd.Jhis BT ..deeply gratefulr. :' .. L.-: te'TamUyy 1
Unit! 'recent ; .Secretary '". : .,, ; S,.:Degree from -:;< *-"" Y '
of.':State,-:TomAdams While 'excellent- work**hasbeen Wake Forest College, Wake Forest I' !: > Th .f }: i >Rt our
pointed.tOMjtftf! '!urgent need in done by the Florid a. Sheriffs N: C. In 1942 bE entered the U. S. Mrs. Eerily PratherI (

this state Tor"a law enforce- Bureau, the; Florida Highway Army and was discharged in 1946.
ment aeatkflriy'for the propertraining :Patrol Training School. He entered 'the Deleware National take this' opportunity to thank i E$ _

of%all',: .state. county, the Florida State corrections Guard to 1960 was recalled to active my friends for .the many, many;I
municipal' and special agency; I program and the Miami police duty during' the Berlin Crisis expressions of Jove and;friendship 1r I It

rY t personnel :charged with any academy we sorely need a and separated as major in com- while I was a patient to Hamilton .
Hospital in Hospital. I realize how much .
form of law enforcement state supported academy. 1962. l
Mends mean in sickness and In I
While Florida Just efficient State Doctor Wells comes to the Hamilton -
has done as our
health. I thank
; you with an my
Betty Lou is a graduate of Jennings well by its..firemen in providing Fire College )prepares and County Health Department heart and pray God's rich blessings I, For
High and a 1963 graduate ... .:them with: a good State trains men in up-to-date fire directly from eighteen years of general will attend .
F.S.U. She .majored* in Home Ec: = Fire College, :with a resultant prevention and control) methods medical practice. to the State you.Myrtle, White I

onomics. She is teaching sewing I saving "of millions of dolls r' ... so ,would a peace'officers of Delaware :
In St. Petersburg High.A and countless: : lives by reduced: ''7 academy provide us with well will Doctor Wells :stated,today that he .. .. ." < rAilII

recent article said that "Miss fire insurance rates and mod- trained men and women for*" e.ve'J'Y soon, when, the '

Mathis is known for her pretty ern ;life. ,saving, methods, we all types of, police and crime".will various Health Department clinics RUBBER' -
smile and being able to make the resume. S
have done> little to-adVance'"tf prevention and detection work. '
e \
sewing machines hum. This was or- ;;- I Your
fro mine high school paper. We efficiencjTo t:jour. :.law enforce. Florida's rapid growth nd' PFO LOUJS. UNNINGHAl1IoMPLETES''TRA .1 :. :. ,
ment. increased'crime or
units. ; _
rate makesit -
are very proud of Betty Lou. She NIG r BANDS t:
is the daughter of Mr. and.Mrs.John Secretary. Adams envisions a imperative that we give I .
; Mathis of Jennings. firs .rate :academy' staffed thoughtful consideration to Army PFJQ Louis Cunningham.J, I Printing
by able experienced. .men Secretary Adams' suggestion. 23 son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. II I{i ter

Such' a program should have Cunningham, Route 3, Jasper
completed 13-weefc
teen instituted years ago. ALL SIZES AT ,1I
,The Road Toll ..-. ;by Jerry Marcus What is more important than procedures course at The Ordinance I
Center, Aberdeen i
:-.. the safety and security of the Grounds: Md. Oct. -. SY 2633.1 F Needs

citizens of this state? IXnin .'the course Cunningham

All good law enforcement received instruction in the procedures I

officers no matter what bran. by which two items are ; {

I ch of the government ,they compared for acc racy, with one HELP STOPMALICIOUS I .. .
item being used as the standardfor
serve whether in a small community '
or in a metropolitanarea accuracy required.He a i THE ..J.JASPER NEWS
entered the Army In I .. _
February -- ..
our highways "
1962 and completed! basic trainingat WOODS BURN .
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engage in highly technical{ .investigations Fort Jackson S. C. I '. ( cr.--
rsurrcES (
have commop prob Cunningham is a 1958 graduate of -e I
lems, and basic training! .is hi-
Jeninngs High School and attendedFlorida
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know something abjou .,law, and hassee. '

and legal procedure,,* :about r- A.

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injured, self defense, ." .
; th'e use or fire arms, identifi- COME TO JASPERThe 4 rvf $? ? V4 .

cation and records, and particularly Guiding Star SubDistrictwill S. VALLEY D YOUR CAR!
the l latest methods: -and will First their montly meeting-at ai RI ESflJVE
technics Methodist Church, on Monday
of the profession ..
-. I 0 developed the as i November llth, announced Charles Courteous. SaleslacHe
ro over years by
Davis, SOb-District President.
ablest law
t isuPnfFt agencieb throughout-enforcement Same of ;the churches that will To Serve You

i tion and the na- be sending'deligations are JenningsPinetta .. .
Cherry Lake, Madisorr, 1
Only a central state maintained Hickory Grove; Lee Perry Boyd, ,. We Produce and Process
academy can dp *h'e job that Mayo Live Oak Greenville and c, ,

1. must be done' if Florida is to Montieello. Y our own Milk direct from

keep step and properly provide The Sub-District meeting beginsat FARM STORES "
for th safety and security of 7:30,p.imivith! the business meeting our own

it* Citizens. .and concludes with the Special
Wn All Floridians:! :snd t thcl-: elect Program plpovided. by the First MILK A DAY FRESHER
I d offjcia'" ,--...? the f"-vern- Methodist Church, Japer. A special .,
) or down would do- well Speaker has been secured Judge

I 1 "Do you sell fir*.chains?" this matter the serious thought to give John McCormick: will speak on FARM FRESH FOR NATURAL FLAVOR
ait '
.it deserves. 'Ouist Citizenship' ,
The r/ovWtr Safely S nrfc*'': The hour i3 late .

j-i and.th'e time is now. Let's stop "
\ talking about th GET 'YOUR FARM LOANS
:94,190: persons were killed or injured on.fey roads l last,year. act.Command. problem"and */
ROM f_ 3UR
y NEW at your Drive In

"Talking Bird" Hying Post -1NSUtw.a.wK.. Mr.wwa n .Dairy i Store!

Takes Guardsmen on Global :Missions CONTACT i .''Homogenized. Grade A Pasturized .

..: #0" Henry D. -.. --

Presidential trip to South This could 1 ia from
any area minimum
America: ... a isQitaiy exercise Laos to Latin America crew;more men are re- VICKERSJasper MILK
; depend mdred for
!In Turk ". an emergency do ing on international longer :flights, and
iployment of jets to Europe. ments. develop its TALKING short BIBD is not noted for Florida Disposable No Deposit
4 theseare'vit int.helpteialprov itops. There is also a .
requirement for
back-up of
ince of the Air Force's flying a prototype,designed by the Air personnel to be certain 792-6921
1 global command post-*TALK- Force to provide improved meth crews can be rounded that complete Telephone 1 PLASTIC, ON Afc

a.imposing Except bird.for its It size looks;it It like an any tm- ode tionsin of. Once woI the it event-W1de was of outfitted a'any muniea-emergency. and- As officers ontdtte& result: and+lairedio,men there involved are boIIrn dozens ia the ee.of '.,Res. 792-4831 I .- :. NOW ONLY------__.... < half gal

other C-91 StTat- tested early,in 1961, it was TALKING .1>>
ofreighter the turned HEREMILK
over to the Oklahoma Air one of whom might find himself .
I :B<: Oklahoma Air
:. National Guard element at Will rushing to the field in the middle
National Guard. Rogers' Field, Oklahoma City. of the <<
night. in ftl G
response to an :
,J" But inside, it But while it is manned and main alert.
eurtesthecapa- tained by Oklahoma Air National A total
of 39
men, headed by
1 bility,ol deploy- Guardsmen (who' fly the same Lt. CoL ;Paul D. Kerr GaL
ing to" are MAW*( A WORD IS
any part type of plane under the Military volved in the communications
of the world and Air Transport-System), it does side of the operation. 0 SPOKEN Ti4ROUbHFMta Ho JUZ90C
setting up both not operate under command,oftatherjQldahonja As far as the flight crew is, 'rWrU.COMPLETE .
'Voice and .
.k or.fAT8.. The concerned,the g
backup-consists ofr.
.typgSeojEte&gMcomsSuiicatloixs. Via: "et gip:5t: .igjitfxomMs ; most'of..the''Ar.Guw element'at ', ..
: Wi asjaagioBSl *w. ; : :. Will Rogers Field. '
Its crew 2nemThe amount type of equipThe .
requirements for the team ,

National ffarnt alert/ready Guardsmen bers to move are, though on out conS on went tated%e et'the?its its plane:'GStur&r operational carries* strictly require and diea the have members SAC regular crew.are similar physical Each man examina those must of o Farm Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass

tour hours,notice. ments. These are: first, that it tions for .
flying duty and
Brig.Gen.L up-to- ,
Brown,AssIst- must.l> on lour date
at Chief (for Air) National e'2ea4y&to. go oversea shot recur j, ;-'
/ yi.it.lt -red;that it >orts;_vIeass identification,
Guard Bureau points out,"It is nrafitrbe clipablf
once deployed, dog tags. .'
feather unique in that it is the of operating on 24-hour basis The rest of the '
Air _.
National .
vmly element of th4 Air National for a minimum of four;>>. days;and Guard C-97s in Oklahoma, along, ;.r;, : MILK: : glass A c
pearl which operates under the I .
third that it must
carry enough* vjthJH other Air Guard fransltroeteonunandofHeadquarters '

United States.Air Force." tool and'sfeelraed spare:-parts operation.for onewe&f gafEr'squadrons States are throughout assigned theunited to 1 GUERNSEY. % Gal. .. .?. .

It was TAXING BIRD which 'Ji'takes'a"ib-m n crew to han Military Air Transport Service. ''
kept Presid Kennedy in con- dIe the communications equip- The men in these squadrons are f POWERPACKED.wrm'PROTEm: ":..' .
ttant touch with Washington on nten aWheiid1; another nineno .. .
"stay-at-homes. Daily, Air SEARS : ... ..
tour Venezuela. Previous man crew including two pilots, Nal."onalGuardC-91sC-121sand & SONS '
io the Presidtajfs trip it had been a ea-p t'arid two navigators- C-U9s fly lone missions side SPECIAL -
rushed to Iceland where it aonittored .
for the operation of the aircraft: side with active Air Force MATS I
the deployment of 200 Air But this represents:' only the crews
I Wational Gu&rcf.jets to Europe AUTO SERVICE
: during the Berlin, Crisis-; the
largest 'deployment since WHffPED MARGARINE 2 .35cSUNBEAM
World War IL For the first xais- : cart
lion it received a special letter
ef commendation from the Presi-
dent himel For the latter,'it ; t '

has bolster the pride of streng i rand d x Pianos Organs BREAD 2 for2'7c

contributed significantly to HOUSE OF MUSICCOLONIAL
the safety.of 200 pilots, for the -
deployment accident-free;'->; \ 4.., >
Tie Bird logged some 350 fly -
":' lag hours;and traveled 6 ,000 : f \-il w. tom, ANDPIANOS COUNTRY STYLE CULTUREDBUTTERMILK. CHOCOLATE MILK
., the-Oklahoma Air Guard.In '
11 mtmtha! countries ankfipent.& total-of f .
140 days in sidfort,of active Air t No Down PaymenCs Xfpptey foS With. the; Golden Butter Flak| --.' :, So good for after school., for the

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I BURNHAM NEWS!I I'James Annie Wynn.Wynn and. -.Mr.- and Mrs. County Schools I DEACONESS AT EVENING TO SERVICE SPEAK < j. -atqe; :Jasper j1dl1S!

S. .

not wish to,be anything, James and Lucflle Coleman and 1Ml Helen Fennema ,Methodist Published Every Friday 1.>

"but what your are- and try to be children of Jacksonville spent the I! Attendance ,Record DeacoBess, will speak at the Even Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
that : : weekend with Harlan and Marie Service of the ,First Methodist .'
k perfec#y. ling Subscriptions Strictly in Advance _?
Frances DeSalee .. -e.. j i r All the schools: 'fix .the countyare Church, Jasper* Miss Fennema' recently $3.00 in Hamilton"County. $4.00 Outside of Couatp-Cards-of-Thanks
was sent: from a Community
*. ... .. I experiencing the best attendance .
Mr. Paul King i has been confinedto Mr. Hubert, BtujUtt. 'visited Mr. in the history of the schools, Center in Jacksonville to the Vashti : :'.. . $1.00 Minimum .

Hamilton Hospital for the past and Mrs. Gent g \Young.sr. last I :- : 'according to records. School at Thomasville Georgia.' Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 !

several] days. We hope he will soon Thursday night. T ; F 1 The percentage of attendance for Her article: on "Why I am a Dea Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ehlert. Editors and Publishers'
be well and, back home.' . I the second month is reported for coness' was recenty printed in the : ... .
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Miss Rita: Stephens of GainesviHe ro. 'h 4r. each schoLJernings "Florida Methodist", Conference JERRY D.-WOOD--

Mr Bert Zipperer spent some-I spent the weekend at her home in = I High School ..-.... 97.3% Ma whte. Miss Fennema will show Legal Advs. . EXERCISE "BIO TAKES LIFT"I PART1Df
time in Valdosta Hospital last week, Jennings. While there she visited .. a film concerning some of the work
r Jasper High School ......-.97.1 I With,exercises big lift forces fai
where, h underwent eye surgery. ,with friends. '." -- that Deaconess may be called! to IX CIRCUIT CO RT.
I White Springs High School 96 THIRD JUDICIAL em erT- Europe Staff Sergeant Jerry' D.
I Her visit
He is afhome. m serve. sponsored by
doing! nicety- ... .; 'I : Carver High ..........,... 94 Tallahassee District Committee: 'on TT FOR OF TTAMITlrAMrN'TrIN FLORIDA, IN AND Wood of Lee Fla.. is participating:_

: I Marie Williams o ,Jacksonville fy .' Jerry Jackson .........VT.. 91 dWTCDIAXE ,in Exercise B+? Loft the jolts\ Department .
Christian Vocations annamced'Rev
Mr. ,
Ed Smith
Jasper bas'beeli i spent Saturday Night and Sunday R. E. Lee .,.......,.. :\!:. 9083 TA NIB. PUtatiff.rbivoRCE. of Defense den &trat-
confinexj to Hamilton: ) .t. IJ. N E. Booth, District Secr tray tom. t.LWTFCLLAH *
County Hospital
.her :
with. -parents, ; Mr: and Mrs t : Attendance is one indication of TANU daat j ion of U. S. capability
r for-ihe.past several'daysjWehope Winston Williams. F ,, school's effectivenessChildren A 'special invitation is issued to -- i I massive reinfcrcement of'I
he'viIl'a: to return p.A. ti riz the Youth of Jasper to come and NOTICE orivrrIN a! ,
t home .- *- ."' "- ....,.*"-0 -, 0 j la :Are absent' get nothing from meet Miss Fennema and hear her THE NAME OF THE.S LI\TEl!c:' I forces In Europe. 'i\

J 1 I Mr. andMc5..Eerk _Bogan,and W JND.g fb: )IJ\ that day. A philc d who, is OF FLORIDA! Sergeant Wood an Air,
&** "" stoi7iu "'-"* *- ***ef TfL-t"XFUt..t.JtfI A3l"eDtteant.
!t lr-s' e ot&Yc sB far behind his engine technlc ,"If m- ot.. '.
: children, were, hpnie7 frogbPensa.cOla. Mrs. O'Neal Goolsby is pictured gets Non Resident ; r; ar. a
M.rs. J: T. "Zipperer of" egnhitngst class he M'ntur Kem 1. &d.: ." 'o FtSto t
1 over the weekend spending above with Iras difficulty catching ttin i a Composite Air Strike
and sister in law, Mrs. Vera Carterof a string or catfish thawere tup.. Several over' METHODIST Grant naB Bat a. NO. 410. "1 i Tacdcal
absences I 1116 Air Connnand air
I a periodof
some with .their parents and caught at,the Hunter Farm 1a Izmir Turkey ,
Jacksonville :left Fridajrf; Was time cause him to lose interest in CONCLUDEREVIVAL craf deployed} to France and Germany '
grandparents, l l\M.i ter HavenV"feey went foP)heirKther : I Shiver.Sr. Also school work. take notice that a suit for 'Divorce, : : Combat air and ground forces
spending of
}Sunday the The The dosing Service win
county. catch
JSte, :J. :J.::Zippererwno has been filed against you in IBM i'
with the Shivers were their children twelve pounds.a\cats. In the case histories of :the ma., be held.tonight at the First Metho above--et cause! and In-the above ,forjKe exercise are being provided-

bas They beeiPspendxng returned home some Sunday'Sifternoon. :tixi theie-; r M&v and Mrs. Leeon;Starling and ... ..=- .:... jority of Dropouts: ,tli4, common dist Church. While in our community required nam, 4tCourt,to file and your you writtea.detetgsthereto arefurther as elements of the U. S. Sinke' '-Com-,

V: *:. ." i!children cf Jacksonv e- Mr. and: Friday night, Nov. 8th. the factor is "frequent absences. Rev..Henry A. Guy has brought :en or before' the Ittl day of ,mand. ,.
Mrs. Maurice November A. D., lOti to th*' office Big Lift also involves the largest
Lindauef'and chiWiren Juniors of Jasper,High School wfllpresent from school' regardless ot uie. rea- messages that strengthen indivi-
... ,' of the Cleric of the said at'
Court 'thansoceaiuc
*" u
airlift in
ValdostaMiSs with
cf Mildred 'of absences. history
the'Halloween Carnival in dauls, the church and the commun Jasper Florida and also'to serve *
i Lawrence and Janis Selph and Shiver of White; Springs, ri\fi\ Mrs.Anson the High School from 6:00 p.: m. --- --9! ity .He,spoke each morning tor pT pf such defense upon the Plato the Military Air Transport Service.
children of> Jacksonville',, spent ( theo Attorney, F. R. Harrell. at(: hU assisted by Strategic Air Command.
oNJennfngs. 9:00'p.m.. Many activities to choose REPORT ON WILD., I Men off,the Church one morning In Jasper, Florida, or decree
Friday pightand" Saturday the pro confesso will be entered again ar.d U. S Navy elements .moving"
from the fish the wormen the Church Tues-
'. ; pond, football
their parentsand grs6idparentsv Mr s FOREST FIRE NORTHWEST vou. and thereafter final decree of 15.000 troops of the 2nd. Armored
throw, the dart throw, the horror day noon to the Kiwanis and Fri- Divorce in favor of ;the Plaintiff
and Mrs. Bert Zipperer.andMr.- Mrs. Aaron Hogan and Mrs. Joe house, the sweet shop the hat shop OF JENNINGS day afternoon to the Women's DIANTJ: TANIR. wilt be sought Division to West Gearmaqy\ in a 72
and Mrs. Melvin Selph. last against the Dfendant, tUTFULLAH hour
Sullivan .
spent Wednesday with period.
', and many more. Please come. Club. We were glad to have a min rANIR. '.. ; .
# their brother in; laws and .sister Reporteer, Martha Carter On October ZhbrJthere was a of his spiritual: stature in-our midst witness mr hand ,and.the Seal of8ald The sergeant, son of Mr. and
Mr. Franklin Gaston ,was con- Mr. and,Mrs. Bert. apperer.e. wildfire ,located in.;Mts. MaggieZant.s Court on this the. 23rd day of Mrs O. S. Wcod of Rt. 1 Lee. at.
October. A. D. .
fined to Hamilton UU.THEUfA
.County Hospital SchooL
place and reported by her to RAY POOL PARTICIPATES wi tended Hialeah (Fla.) High
several days last week. He is home ERNEST ONLY GETS : 'I* V' Clerk
the local Forest' Service t'lrcuit Court of:Hamilton He is married to the former Lynn
Florida CT ...
now andwe hope 1 iprovi ng. Brother and Mrsollie: Farnam PROMOTION ORPERATIONv- County Florida, by--\l t"!, E. Howard.
: and son and Mrs."'Tt: L' Hart and fire control unit. a crew was dispatched -I Jones depntTC1eruF. -. '
with Army pre Ray Pool ,whose wife B. Harrell i
Ernest J .Only of Jasper Florida Immediatey 'tractor
J. C. and Helen Lee and childrenof son of Jasper visited hfr. 'and Mrs. Clare lives 214 W. St. Lake Jasper Florida E t \ WHITE SPRINGS I
has been and plow. This almost at Long !
George Young Sr. Sunday afternoon promoted to airman first I crew was to Plain tttfa Attorney. .t' f, .
Jacksonville spent the, week end i 'class in the United,Stat fir Floret the fire before any of the fire towers City, is participating in OperationBig Oct. 25. Nov 1, I, 15 \i P.T.A.TOMEET. '

with their parents and grandparents .5. Airman sonfo Mr. and''could detect it, thanks to Mrs Zant Lift the largest transoceanic ; ,
Mrs. I J.Pply;:, IN THE CIRCUIT*.;T0URT. The White Springs Parent-Teax. ,
Mr. ,and Leonard Mo !Mr. and Mrs. James Sharpe of Mrs. Boston*. Ciuy*''ofAasper- I for her immediate action. Army-Air Force deployment ever THIRD JCDICIAL'CIRCULT cher Association will meet Monday

,Q ley. !Madison sent 'sor Jtinle with their assigned :to: the 370th \"Air Base' This is the fire that supposed to made by air. The exercise began IN COUNTY: AND .FOR HAMIi..Tp-. {. j;night November 11 at 7:30 o'clock:

: sister Mrs. Minnie.wit *Monday.I Group h re'as' military sales have burned seventy fiv acres: Oct. 22 and is scheduled to end in IN -CHANCERY i I in the school cafeteria.

Mrs Norman Phillips and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sullivan of storeSTffiilist.. however when it was measured by late December.Pool FIRST AND LOAN FEDERAL ASSOCIATION1 SAVINGS. ; i'

Howard Graham of 'W llingford, Jacksonville spent Monday night A grafuate; of J. "R,.''E, Lee High our crews there were only 19 I and other' 'members of the OF Llf F: OAK an Atoclation{ '

Penn., are spending somQ'time with 'with their brother and sisterinlawMr School, he attended Philander)acres burned which includes the 2nd Armored> ion were flown under Section S of the4.

their Mother,and brother, Mrs. ; and Mrs. Joe 'SU Smith College atLittle Rock Ark.1 portion that jumped the interstate from bases near Fort" Hood,Tex, to Home U33 as Owners'Amended.Loan ActPf_ :; *I"."*- ,.. I -

--- -- He, is a member of.Alpha Phi Alpha 75 highway said J. W. Kelly local bases in t3erifiantj where'they drew IMalritlf, Vxvs >#1'' ti
%: ,
fraternity. The sergeant is married head of the fire suppression unit. heavy equip3nentlfrbm preposition-, GLENN 3CAFF sad .J.\ '.:J.L. 0 t t" ,

SCIENCE SKETCHED to the former Willa M. Stevenson.JENNINGS I There was six tractor and plow ed stocks; '!'he"tI h',' then joined S. SCAFK, t -= ), ,,'
other U.S. Troops Tftationed in G-er1 Defendants I t
units used to stop the fire ead !\OTICK OF FORKCL.OSIRK !Ar.R l
FFA CHAPTER :of eight three of these tractor and many for'aNATO training exercise 'I NOTICE IS HKRKBY the .
of- the training, undersigned. Thelma Lewun.
AT SUWANNEE SHOW Upon completion ,
plow units were used on the south Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hamil-
'EATING 05L' loon be belp- WThe Jennings FFA Chapter was side of Interstate 75 to eaten the the division:will turn in its equipment ton County, Florida will on,Ibe l th :I
nor Uu represented at the Suwannee cross and return to-:the U. S. day of November. un at 11:00 o% James and Alice Daniels, colored:
otd.. jumps as they came the I clock .'
Fur os a dietary A biologies ,t= a.m at the front door of the:
has been developed tdT" Breeder Show at Live Oak last highway. The exercise is J a demonstration Hamilton' t."ountl Court House in are parents of a baby girl Brenda
process ,week. of U. S. military ability to 'reinforce the City of Jasper Florida. offer_for'':, Genett Daniels born in Hamilton
make proteins %vitamin implement Jfewsome ''J I We sincerely appreciate the. splen NATO forces through airlift I ale! and ell it public outcry to the. Memorial Hospital on November 3.
'Tommy Frankie John
A\\ from roleuprodt {did cooperation we had from the hiKheijt ana best bidder for cash. the
( division Ger. HI
of S. to
( son and Billy} Laseter were the'boys landowners a U. lowing described property situated i
ucts. ; who represented. the chapter. from Hamilton County many and linker of this division ,In Hamilton IN TOWNSHIP County, Florida to'wit: 'i I _.
the many concerned in the county TWO (J)
.: Tommy had a Duroc gilt and aj+ and the with combat equipment positionedthere NORTH KANOE THIRTEEN i
1 Georgia ForestryCorn 13): EAST
iDuroc Boar. His gilt was reserve mission. { TY. ONE s t..a grand champion in his class. His Pool is a tank driver in Company The N of
This information % theE% of the SW% ;
J|, is for the '
boar won grand champion in his many I A. 1st Battalion o fthe division's Of the NE% ; That part of the I1TUARI'
Hamilton Countians to let r'r',66th SWVf of the SFtying= SouiM t
r a everyone
class and Ormor Fort Hood. .
also at
over all the otherswine. know the facts about this fire and, 'J and East of State Road Numb
j I He entered the Army in February 6, and the SE'i of the NEV4 and
keep e\'c *'Onc abreast of vthat i Si basic the EH "of the SE>4, less and
Billy had two black Poland China 1962 and completed training
except following-
in :
gomfir on the said
gilts. His gilts placed first and county, Kelly. : at Fort Jackson S. C : Beginning at the Southwest corner t

second, in his class and championover n I The Florida Forest Service"headquarters The 24-year old soldier, son of North of the(30 NE% of SEV4, and run ---- --------
yards thence
In Hamilton East 79
fv all Black Poland China gilts. County; reports Mr.and Mrs. James H Pool, Route : yards; thence South CIO yards; fc
Frankie Johnson had a. Duroc that there were nine fires in 1 White Springs,,is a 1959 graduate 1 thence West 70 yards to the ROY, MERRTTT ,
the past week which burned point of beginning
gilt which placed second in his I .. 73.3,of Carver High School. IN SECTION THIKi.Y.TWO (32) Roy Merritt 53. former residentof
acres. There have been 55 separate The SH of the SW ,
class. 4 the NW Jasper died in Gainesville Wed-
r fires solar this I of the 8WV less and
year comparedwith except :2:
Reporters Billy ter acres In the Southeast corner morning.
45 last
-. -. ,\ year, and 207 acres thereof The SH: o; the \\V *. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Inet
.. 'I'"' were burned this year compared The Senior play we are going to: lesc the following in the SEW Daniels
I % of NW Merritt Gainesville Two
\ with 197 acres last year. Up until is from Nov. 15 %:
give changed toj
I Beginning _
: at the Southeast. .our. brothers Wade and Bryant Merritt
I this week the total burned the 21st. is working nor of said SE
;;li( acreage Everyone very{ % of NWi4 and both of Jasper. Two sisters Mrs.
: has been run North 520 feet theses West
below last year. The hard on their part. We will have ;
.+ 1J 1U. feet to the edge of rlght-of Mary Cox, Jasper Mrs. Lillie
i111..J rains of this week have greatly alleviated a supper before the play. Every.1 way of State Itoaa AO.' ZS; hence I Jones,; Starke.

WELDING has become less colorful ... the dangerous situation :one come out and support the Senior Southeasterly 660 feet to the Funeral_
'' however. r South line of yard.8 JC% .of NW services wtH be held
more precise reports Alloy 'PI Class. j I W : thence East 740 feet to.. the Friday 2 p.m. in Chapel Harry T.
Rods Company. The industry has PLASTIC TUBAS, 40 per cent { w We had a nice Halloween Carni-, point IN TOWNSHIP of beginning Reid Funeral Home.
adopted a number-coding system fighter than metal versions of I YOUTH RALLY AT f \"al. Our Queen and King are Pat-' RANGE THIRTEEN (1)<13I) NORTH EAST. : Interment wiU be in Hebron

to replace bands of color which the bulky instruments, have been FIRST METHODIST* sy Herring arid Robert Henderson.Sandra ,J IN SECTION FIVE (S) i j Cemetery.
fat is defeat? Nothing Government Lot Three' <3> less
are faded by intern hear necessary developed. Only mouthpiece is. Rowell will represent the and except the South 17n feet

for electric arc welding brass 5 "**,?t but education,. nothing! ,but I CHURCH ,' Senior Class for 'Homecoming(; thereof; I --. .
the first step to something IN SECTION SIX (I): .
Queen. The ,. purso&nt & -Ffaal Decree of tor*
tterBeed1er This Sunday afternoon will witness NE% of theNEVf I*'s and .
We enjoyed the trip to the vocational except the South closure tniertHi In a r>> peMitNc m '
et thlA'ot
With the individual, defeat the First Youth Rally ot the -school in Valdosta last'Tues containing 427, '**rp., moreor slid Court. the style of whisk 1&;

CLASSIFIED AD'SSEVERAL needn't be a final, crushing I Tallahassee District' of"the Methodist ; day. Some of the girls saw very!: leiw.ALSO: LOAN FIRST ASSOCIATION FEDERAL SAVINGS OP LJVK OAK.AKD..

thing. InQhI, an occasional Church. announced Rev. N. E. 1 sights ) Lots iiev.o..Eight, Thirteen- NM Association under Section ft .f
'interesting (boys arid "
\ the Home Owner.
setback is the whetstone that Booth, .District Youth -Duectur." It We had a J-CIub meeting .- .. Fourteen 17. I:IS 141 ,.t Rl4-k J,as amntded Vlmlaiitf Lean, vHOAKK Act., OLI ot UW I

S USED REFRIGERATORS VISIT FRIER, MUSIC COMPANY sharpens ''thejnlnoV: stftfs the will be held at Jasper starting at Friday. AH the officers are Jastr vision"F" of according iaancock-to Corl.etl.plAt of Snbdt the I aad JK\VK1O. a iICA[+F. I8'0' .

Best of condition. Priced in Live Oak, Florida for aU-your moral fibers and_ encourages a 3:00: p.m. the Senior Class. l lI ante prepared by O. 2*. Cannon I .I fendjuitn, WITNESS my hand sad the o Actai

to sell. Mannings Radio Service musical needs from organs and search for new and more efficient These churches invited to be represent 'I We won Friday night over Green at and recorded In nerd honk- I s seal of said Ctoart. Mite fell day"

Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc pianos to records and record players. means to a deserved end are Cherry Lake, Hanson 'ville. The" score was 12-0-( We Records pages of 430-431 Hamilton oC t.h.Pa'l&"CountyFlorida j of November, I UITU IA 1dIWJ. f.
tfc The cloying sweetness of a Hickory Grove, Jasper, I I and being In the NWH 'CtK>Circuit ;
play Lake Butler Saturday in Jaser. Coer4
of the 8\V% of
Section 5,
Jennings'l Township
Lee Madison Pmetta -
Hamilton ( .
FARMERSMONEY :: USED steady procession of personal > 1 North. Rac ;&14 East, and Ida. 'oenty Flee-
ELECTRIC RANGES FOR be satisfying Springs, and Shilo b. : located in the City of Jasper,
victories .
may Reporter Blanch Herndon t>7 Alice Joa.*. D. C.
Sale. Good conditions J40 and Each o fthe Charges will\have L1 i Florida; N or 8, UII

for your fann'.opera. $50. Mannings Radio Repair to some temperament, Youth Speaking on the a1 I ______ ___ .._ ___ -- --- _
tions reasonable cost. Termsto but it ha.rdly'calculated to educate -
per. phone 192-<<21. tfc "Speak up for Your Faith". Judges I
fit your needs. Loans up to and encourage character
from the various will
7 years. Call North Florida Production GOOD' USED TV Installed for of enduring stature. 'select the best representative charges r *FT

-. 'Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio Incidentally, you can chalk up I'
j Speech from Speakers. Some of the Order
I Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 Service. 792-4421. Jasper. tic a small but satisfying victory In speakers will be :Moss Joyce Ham Your Trousseau of .
FOB SALE your search for the answer to mock (Pinetta), Miss Susan Smith <

I Very gentle.Gelding saddle eyour laundry problems. .Merely (Madison), and Miss Darfene
: FREE LUBRICATION! fompkins Rt 3 Jasper cash. See Lee tfc rely on JASPER LAUNDRY ACLEANERS \Moody (Jasper). Miss Moody was Wedding Stationery %

where the fines
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We win give a FREE Lube Job I represent Jasper 'a ... :
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NOTICE self- rvice equipment In ,
No recent Rainy
with each oil change-for s Hunting or fishing
limited time oidy1Firestone' on any of my property Mrs. Maude area Is available. Or, if you A special Speaker..toaddress the

Tires Havener Nl.8,15 p prefer call JASPER LAUNDRY I Youth will be Miss Helen Fennema, EIc.Iy "' ...rttWfty ?'

QDelco Batteriesat -, & CLEANERS' lor> pick-up and Deaconess Miss Fennema Is currently e

USED TYPEWRITER J40. Recently delivery. .Phone 732-6931. ,
competitive prices: ( serving the Vashti School at

_ TEXACO FRED TAYLOR'S STATION working order.reconditioned-all The Jasper In News good jThomasville, Georgia. YorflM M pmrf .f ywir Mwl! fjfj 06M b MOufifuBjT CttVMtCdSngCortb

Jasper Telephone 798-2905 FARMS WANTED IF YOU IMF > Mi >Wf W yliiiiit d At wrbb pfc mod* pc &4ofcy ? t tly'

The of Tolay'za
would like to sell a Complexity
Georgia Plate Gkis Co. your farm fomoM C+r.nellMtw.M.W. t
ne us. We hare calls for farms Cars

.Store Fronts every week. _W. L. Bryan, Ree. I '
S Mirrors Kcsflvercd 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 t -"r 'SLtfi'SU M JIbrM.i. .. ; +t

.Tub Encicsures'Sbowers: I Real Estate Broker Phone SY DEMANDSsM w... a.unll1Unfll .he rcqjajtes} A Sta toiwy .

[215 W.. Savannah Aye\ CH25285f --"- > \ V *."*,n to n itf.M '...... HeftMVf I

f] VALDOST, FOR SALE.HOUSE ln Jasper. = / Slt
$3500. Others =ss EXPERT CARE X GftAdBMvMfmr* MeAOfrnas,l NopJ4rf t '-
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_. ESTRAY,NOTICE I Robert Ehlert or W. 1.. Bryan Reg.! Aa atiiiiii aiMkAMltt Manosrtae 4..1L etm'-J.*oeb.
Real Estate V ifc. : TW W S P W P" P
Taken_ up at my place: 2 hogs. Brokers, Jasper. tfc UJN DOWN BATTERY? Be 4- V

one boar and one sow ..Owner may : ;.
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damages and keep. Must', at Suwannee SpringReai *; "
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besclnable. battery.
our experts-*
[claimed by November testfa, 1963Estate Inqure( Robert Ehlert. R!*) -IW. ij BWVflOWi if VMSSM> j >

same will be sold for charges.C Broker 792-6331 tfc install a new one now Be sure of ....... ....--.. ... .. i '(

W. Hurst, Route 1 .- ..
quicker, safe rstarts in bad weather / > -
Jennings, Florida. SALE IN JASTBFIre Iota -
I- Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1. ,8 and two, houses in good Neighbor ahead. Drive in today.,

f hood. Only .,080. Cal Robert <' \ *1P

;REPAIRSWe repair all :types Ehlert; TOB-6331 or W. L. Btyan. CAR WASH only $2.00Jerry i-T CaXa10

Mannings Radio Service: 792Reg.. Real Estate'Brokers. dS :?T
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rasper. 7924QL.1fo., Sautes: K ewe/
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assorted Roses. .Also paasie, mz oak dining roam sake all in >good var fiVf ,

ear,;etc. .Camellia Nursery, Call condition: CaD 792-5431 after. .five, Jasper. Telephone 792-3781 j C"f. *- .'
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