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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 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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-- ._. 10c l :PER COPY=-$3:00PER: YEAR ; '/ H t IAMILTON COUI_ JTY. JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1963, '. VOLUME 93, NUMBER 461 .
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.Minutes"Meeting I\Iiijutes\ ofCounty [TtK': > Late to.Classif y Health: Department t I,- BY ARTICLE PROF.WRITTEN LINDAUER Chamber Commerce Plans "Big


" Board.of ,PublicInstruction ,) am By RUSSELL KAY Clinics Og i Only PRESENTED TO .CONF.Dr Gam To Buy Highway Signs on 1-75

UJ movers 5'i. I do not subscribe to"SportsIllustrated" Tor: ':T. .tle Hilton _A- Smith, Dean of the Th*regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton


. ............ __ .. : .... _Jasper ,Flericte' ,, .. ,..w .r-+..,... l'n .: cOpy in, the mail the ether"'day I .Doctor WeHs ittthe, Hamilton Tennessee' In Kioxvife.wii leave 11 in the Chamber of Commerce offke. Jasper with the foBowing
November 6 ,,1963 November 6, 1963 ,r iiiifit E' CE'b 1rl 211 de. County Health ,Dpartmentmakes* 'fo !.Btussels"Ielgiarii': on Notg Directors'jh s rih-furnettTRnnce: Andrews WajkjUig.$tiKxfers. Jr,,'
The Board of Public 'Instructionof The 'Board of County Commissioners mistake;; ChecHag' the addres lab4 the following'/statement regarding-where he will read an article co- Robert Ehlertv and Billy Jones Other present: M. L. Powell, James L.
"Hamilton CDUB& met today 'met today in ,regular 'session }'agail1'to' makes" re,I found- they OmicsvClinics authored with Maurice W. Undauer Dunaway,'Pete Deal Dr William Kyser and C. Barker..
regular session..The following\ '\}" lr.stead'Of meeting 'on'Kav." 5: hadn't.Evidently., < Associate Professor of Chemistry A letter'from the State Chamber of Commerce was read in which
! present:, Clyde,Hunter: Ou 'inj I which :was election day, and the 'I _someone had sent it tome will,-esuniec"MOOday+ ,at .V ldosta State CoDege. our local Chamber was asked to contribute funds to assist in liquidatingthe
Johnny :Butler.; Allen },, ,. following member Were present: :1 I -which brought,Vf> the question November'JJ.'JlSjfeyer:Due to the: The article wfll be presented before indebtedness on the State Chamber headquarters building Afterdiscussion
Frank Matthews!. '.and.Ey' Sir Jack Vinson, Aaron Hogan, .Guy ''W y1." Thtnabins through it 1 number'of prbsraTjr: : *iein! : 'i offered the International Conferenceon -& motion 'was made by Rance Andrews .seconded by Watkins -

mant., "The Superintendent; and sec-j.'MeG In. Grover'.Wheeler d Law: soon loon.* t.wt when I encountered by the SIM. *raouAty Board of the ,,Preparation and Storage of Saunders; which carried, authorizing: the Secretary to write a letterto
reary Harry T. Reid.was'. present.;,[ten McCuSey, and. ,the' following a' tee&re- entitled "Bak eai'JIQ': a; of ,Marked Molecules to'be held Nov the State Chamber of Commerce advising. that we are unable to mate
4. The meeting opened with prayer business was transacted.' 9wampjarrd":: Jky. Wffliani'B FurFve Health the coojpunities a} 3t will'::13-16 under the sponsorship of a contribution this time due to the fact4hal u.* have just completeda

by. Mr* Reid. % I[_ The minutes of 'the' last: meeting r lo ,be neecasary. to tolerate theseQliiics Euratom the European 'Atomic building program of-our own. ; however if we see that we can do so at

The monthly financial statement ,. f:the'Board: .was read by the Clerk read ,many: stories of Dick t ,on. a I'l ap &ntment basis. Energy Community headquarters a later_ datei we will be glad to contribute whatever we are able.

.' was presented as'feHows; and :approved by 'the ',Board: as; Pee and his, ;Beautiful Cypress' It wlHjkko: be'jjiessary to limit Brussels._ The Secretary advised that "Miss Hamilton County and her

! RECEIPTS, 4: BALANCES. I I read by the Clerk. Gardens' and. have. written a ..number -I these dirtiesexcept where specifically The article by Smith and landau Court" participated in the Pine Tree Festival Parad I fa* Perry and a
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f 'ToiaT Receipts from' State :The Board of County'Commissioners myself, ) but my hat Is off offered to;.Alt residents of er describes a new method ot "tag letter of appreciation: had been sent to the three young ladles to Mrs
Sources ..... 45. 0108) having budgeted_ the sum of Furlong for the most complete andcomprehensive tie State, to only patients who are ging' certain types of organic chemicals Betty Adams.for the use of her convertible .and to Mrs. John C. Camp

... 'Total Receipts ''frOm.Local'. !I$6 OO.OO in the General Fund under covering of this fascinating unable to afford;%"e seryces: of a with" radioactive hydrogen. for going to..Perry with! the girls and for paying the expenses of the trip.
ft' .,. Sources .a.....t.t.13.00. Account. No. '224-2 (Ta x-Assessor subject'Over ;(lorl'fate' b S Slc1iX: -:The*',:county"" Aftarked o rtagged chemicals are Dr William kyser advised that the Chamber of Commerce
j Beginning:Balances and Invest* j Field Expense; the clerk is hereby .! the+ years, I have waj hed:iHeahfai Department''if for the wel' used.to-follow- the course 'of such Float: had'won a $10.00) 'price for first place winner iifthe Jasper Homecoming -

.. ments ._.... 133.009.84 I authorised io make monthly payments Cypress: Gardens grow. from ,just;,:tars and Health the County; as a' chemicals in various .biological, 'Parade* S
. .Grand Total ...... 184.923.84 of one twefth of said :sum anther.t neglected and.t'worthless whole i -anJK fets4 beaefits are medical, chemical and industrta A discussion followed on the possibility o having basketball
k Expenditures and Balances.. upon written request from said'I stvamp'to. an outstanding world. .attraction greatly reduced'%We>{'ci rens'who research projects. The method was game between a local men's team and a team made up of players front
J'F 'Total./.dm1nistratlon ..*... 1J6S03 Tax Assessor. Motion was made ,and ;followed the' restless can really ,afford ..medical: treat?developed In the course of'the research the three, high school in, the County.' Dr Kyser was asked to act as
, Total Instruction .. 53.169.70 by Mr. M eGhin. seconded 2 by Mr-I I career.of: its amazing:: creator from J ment utilize to.e''of the nurses 'conducted by Dr.'Smith and Chairman a"ON: .inlttce'to-arrange for such a game, the tentative data
I Total Operation of Plant ..3.026.38: Wheeler and such authority'unanimously his 'high;, school ;days but I,have: and Health ,Deparbnent: which Lmdauer during the summers of for same io''Vbe''Friday, December 20th. Dr. Kyser accepted and asked
.Total Maintenance of Plant 142456 approved by they: Board i l been so close to it, that the thrill I should be spent with:the needy. ,1962- and 1963 at the University of for at least .five men' to assist him on this committee.
r "Total Auxiliary Services .. ,6,921.17Total and the Tax Assessor was further'of the story escaped me until BillFurlong I 'I:Tennesseee Research Participationfor The' Sign 'Committee reported they are still on the project of
Fixed Charges 388-66 instructed to pay all his authorized brought it ,all back in a i College Teachers program. having signs made and erected for the interchanges on 1-75 within
Total Capital t Outlay ........179-08 expense from said payments made single masterpiece- Writing. that TJ J of ,F Singers At sponsored by the National Science the county and for the Chamber cf Commerce building.A .
Total Cash and Reserves. 118.84954 I by such monthly payments by' the really gage me a'whalloP. : t ti Foudation1 'community development workshop sponsored. by the Florida
Grand Total ',184,923.84 Board .and keep an adequate. record I nirtic'juarty Eked' furlong's' i Fneter Mqr-orJAl\ l ,;r 1 iJndauer was also a Coauthorwith Development Commission ,and held in Madison on November 7th was

" A motion was made by'Mrrt' : 'Matt,t of such vouchers and expenses lead paragraph for it describes t I The Madrigal Singers\ of Florida Professor J Thomsen and attended by R. H. Fisk and John C. Camp.It .
a hews, seconded by .Mrs Storinant.ti .:}l[as aired. Dick Pope Sr. to Perfection'and- ;State University will'appear:m concert 'A: H. Weerkheiser of 'the University was agreed by all present that the time for starting, the
and carried that ,the financial. The Cleric to the Board present- X:quote: ,( at the Stephen Foster Memoral of Tennessee Physics Department i regular Chamber meetings should be ,changed to 7:30 p-m for the
statement for the mcnth of October I de 'a full accurate, detailed and "The most insistent irrepressible .here at Span. SnudayNov: 17-.'' of a research article in Phy- winter months 'of December, January and February.
by adopted.; :complete statement of all receipts promoter sportS and tourism today Miss Thelma. A. .Boltin, special 1 II sics which was read by Professor
. Mr. Reid gave the transportation! disbursements assets, funfe unpaid ,Is a kinetic little man of 63 who I events director at:the: Memorial, II i Thomsen at the Third International
} report for the first month of, school.', warrants and a3 liab"ties: of likes to boast'Yilk: -on is? *the ''announced today '. :i. j jt Effect which was held at Cornell
. The minutes of ,the, meeting of,'the,said county of Hamilton for the only Cathoh crPope I'know who is I :t :University in early September. ,
1963 reaoV A mot -, fiscal Seautiful *. ,t "This is another ,$1 \ October 3. were year ending .September 30, married to ax woman Professor Undauer is the son' ," 1
tion was made by Mr. Matthews 1963 with the Board ,and,a copy of His 'name Is/' ick Pope Sr. and he pttstanding musical programs scheduled in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Shiverof 5- :
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C 'seconded by 'MrStormant, and feaid report was':mailed to the:State is the rap<> eosis of press agentry, in the 'auditorium of the i* J'Jennings. .5--
t the minutes be adopted ''Comptroller '!Foster[ Carillon' Tower during the '
carried, mat- uhictvis is tA sye&he.fcas the looks I'
-4 Fall,and Winter seam:. mss Bol- 2 --- --- -
H The Clerk'was Instructed to turn !of Jofenr,|U Jbewis'; the taste ofWniianPRandolPh ( v
tin said, "and the public is- invitedto
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'- Sincethe Board of County Com- in"a bill for $26.00 to J.' A. Williamsfor .Hearst and therestraijirof a
o 'missioners canvass the returns of ,maintenance.man. at the, courthouse -! Attlll on the march.In attend Four J1g men and four I
'1knr"E1ectior\s'\ 'a motion'was made i iKyter the iaft.25 years or so he has young women, graduate and undergraduate -l
by Mri Mattfcews.* seconded by Mr. I I I Smith filed application for+done more for the weB filled bath- students atFSUmake up
Stormant and carried ".that this,' maintenance man lor the courthouse fog.suit tiWtfe: ':SuDiin. bra.. converted ,the group directed include by Walter James''Thepnjgra.mwill I.
, meeting be adjourned and a special] in"" the sum: of $2546 per a fetid: swanfJi in: central. ; a' pleasing
five bf them.:
variety nf.songs', by
: meeting bewailed at one o'clock)'month:,Since,there is a vacancy'for Florida :into a national shrine, for Stephen Foster," .- ;.
k p.nu,to meet with ,the Board of a maintenance, lean at this time* tourists. left the impression that ..
;W' __, -:Coun&r,.Cemm48 iBd for Jbe'can 1 motion.waf.made.:hybfr:4).{ If Jie .didn't quitej<5oneleveJp 'give ...- -": i1 i fr S
. Vasslng: of the returns' of,the,Bond seconded,by-I,Mrv:MsGhin to .hire Tbirth *9. watgcxkiing-3e a'CiaiJT r--: r'- '5 5 r'
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Election ; after which *thehreturns!_ Smith iteeit'ir<*and'orovided' 'a _
Kylec; fothis job? votes were gave ___
.r't' of the School Trustee .and',Millage. tabled as follows: _.:' .*- constant and 'bouyant irritant-for employed every outlandish trickin j3 ;a
Election will be' canvassed.. I'For KyleisSmlthGay I., 1 his bitter rival 'the' state of Cali the book to secure'publicity. in t.t i ;: '
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, 0ATTEST: Harry T- Reid SuptQyde McGhin A fornia. 'I just J love Tour state, he !newspapers magazines on radio "S ,, ___
! Hunter Chairman Lawton McCulley once told California-based Conrad land television or in the movies he a
For Harry Davis Hilton the hotel man. I bought my comes up with something so ,new ..,
: Jasper, Florida Grover;Wheeler >, first. and only overcoat there-" and startling that it takes your ; i
November 6, 1963 i Aaron Hogan When Dick started out he had breath away. In other words haying t _
The Board of Public Instructionof I Jack Vinson little work with but his. imaginationbut used up all the tricks in ,the' HELP! HELP! T riD re than Wffyean; the poppet show Poach and Judy has
Hamilton County, Florida metE I Mr. Davis was hired for said job it proved to be more than en- book. Pope sets about writing anew t delighted children: from aQ over the world. These youngsters
.in special session at :1S'p.m.. for in the amount of 25.00 per month,sough as you can see if you visit I and better" book and it seems A school boy who will be seven at Six Flags Over Texas watch enraptured as puppeteer John
, the .purpose of canvassing the returns and he 'was reqtiestecl'to file'' his.Cypress Gardens today that each chapter is--more thrillingand I years old in January needs clothing Hardmu manipulates tiM characters in the classic play.
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" of ,the 'Bond Election and bill for service rendered for the '.Smart; enough to realize that garden exciting than the one before.I I o enable him to go to school.
. re-1 Florida Beautiful Cypress Gar I If you,have ANYTHING that your PUNCH AND JUDY "For over 400 years. Punch
School Trustee, aodj.Millage Election maining part of the month of Oct.. : : and flowers alone no matter I
STILL KIM FAVORITE and Judy has delighted the
dens and Dick Pope child has out-grown please donatet :
held on November S'1963. The ober. '; how; beautifully arranged and pre- are synonymous -
following were present: Clyde Hunter Col. Julian WoodviCounr! Civil s nted. were not enough to secure' their fame is world wide to,this young fellow who is struggling -You'0 never ttinfc that a play younger the world.set" continued In countries John.all over The
"Chairman Johnny Butler Defense Director met with the the world wide publicity and ac-: thanks to covers on over 300 magazines with the difficult task of learning written about a grotesque char i of Italian
'FVank Matthews 'and E- V. Stor- Board and, introduced.Mr. Walter, aiM he desired Jie let his imagi- : 350 movie shorts. 1.000 newsreels to read write, and count,. and acter who teats his wife throws play origin{ reportedly and drifted was over to Eng
rriant- The superintendent and sec- Murphy, Area Civil Defense ':Dar? 'tion )run wild and no publicity and countless thousands of struggling to stay in school. 'a DoHcesMn out the window land. Eventually it came to
retary to the Board Harry T. Reid ectorfor Northern Area to the }rii itt,:.: my knowledge, including] publicity pictures in every type of You may' leave clothing: at Mrs..Stephen's itrangl iluj child;and 'finallygets America.' *1: bever cease i to be
was'present. ,Board members and others present th 'dwell known Jim Moran has; Dick Pope we salute you end office. Court house or eaten by an:alligator Would amazed at the kids' reaction"
The Clerk and Secretary of the,'at, said.meeting.I ever topped him. i I Florida i will be forever in your I at the Health'Office, or the Jasper be a favorite with children," said the 28-year-old manipulatorof
feel that he has debt-I[ News ,Office. ;said John Hardman Six Flags"'adroit
when
Board of County Commissioners.of I The Board purchased the three _Just you the hand puppets "and I'm
Hamilton'County.. Florida, h onor- gas heaters that were installed and : : puppeteer, "bat that's the not going to try to explain the
able Thelma Lewis certified the following -.paid.for by Russell Rhoden'Deputy .way it Is.- reasons why.
to the' Board of 'public Instruction Sheriff in the Jailers quarters. for .Preserving Pharaoh's Treasures John i is tatting about the 'Suffice to say that 400 years
of Hamilton County,_Florida t the sum of $8SOO. play. Punch afid JuOT.rxod, {he from now wouldn't be surprised -
Commissioners visiting Six Flags If children were still Imploring
: The County I The School Board agreed to payonehalf :youngsters
- _,._1. *oi Hamilton County, Florida reconvened expense of holding the, elec .DYer Texas make a beeline to their parents to take
: at 1:15 o'clock:p.nvori ithiS: # otv; J hek J .NbvJ.S, 1963.. :-_ 51 Ihe little stage where performances them to see a performance of
,' The Cleric s1ristnJc of the classic puppet show Punch and Judy oa the
. : the,6th day of Novemberv4963 pursuant : : to write 9r "
4 : to the morning-- : recefor. 'I' cb pollx>lder-'thanking henv; for i i'J iI gc on almost cootinaousty Moon that Is.
canvassing the .returns :- ir .
. the'PurPoSe time janoT effort rendered in I ,
of the -esulte:9f the.Election this :election.. <. .
. held on the 'Sth'dby'' or November tThe[ Board recessed.until 11p< 'J t riHE AMERICAN WAY
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,,\ 1963, in Special Tax School District m.- ,;
Number 1" of : Hamilton County, Jasper Florida
Florida to 'determine whether or I Nov 121963;
not there shall.be issued Bonds on 'The Board of County Commissioners _
behalf of said District in a sum not re-convened at 1:15 p.m. and 1' -
to exceed Four Hundred Thousand all_ members, were present exceptAaron x
Dollars for the purpose of financing Hogan- *'. ,. -f
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- the costs,of acquiring building The foUowinfr members of .the, ; :
: and furnishing consolidated Hamilton School Board met with the County 4 THEY
4 'County High School .including Commissioners: Johnny Butler; f .., TELL
site improvements at present ;Jasper Clyde Hunter, E. V. Stormant! ,A:- .iii&cit ME/ __
Elementary School site in Jas- B. Tyree Frank; Matthews Hari "

per; Florida and there being a T!, Reid, Superintendent of Pub : :
quorum of.said Board present. the Instruction-. B. Harrell. Attorney 'i.a j wtp
Board was. called to order and declared for school Board. Mrs W.. R. Dail,' ,i
to- be ,in regular session.There Sec to Board of Public Instruction, w. 'WiattLt L_ .
was also present ,the Ham- and 'C. A Avriett. Attorney for
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} iltan'County Supervisor of Registra County Commissioners were l> .- takR3aw : -

lion, Mrs.: Ann (X Malpas, and the The Canvassing Board composed of _
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County Judge of Hamilton County the following member were ores-
Florida Hon. John H. McCormick ent.The Canvassing Board compos '
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who presented to the Board the ed of"the following members were The Great.Temple of A'-, : architect.
I io. said Election Returns: deliveredto present: Ann Malpas. Supervisor of carved into solid granite rock formations during The UAR government has earmarked $25 million Je
them by the -Inspectors and Registration- Jack Vinson. Chairman the reigrsof: Ramse U, is considered: to.be the for a ,small dam to protect the structure.

'I Clerks' of the Said Election and the to Board of Countyr Commissioners -
, Board then. proceeded to canvass JohaH. McCormick .Qxa y Early in January construction ,When plans were being made from'destruction. .
.. the said returns- Judge. Other persons present. work vas started on the for:- the cofistniction of the It ;is estimated that about
The said- St$>ervieor"of'Registration Charles Tomplwis (Jasper' News) world'slargest dam the High High Dam butldeTea1i d $120 million will be required to
r,' filed with the Board.her certificate Jim Black.Kenneth Daniels. Leonard Dam atAswan* ,,UAR.Although that the dam's reservefe' would build protective dams around:
7- showing'Ian there were 2075 Register Matt Marable. Ed. UAR President'Gamal Abdel flood a number Nubian teem the siajor structures 'andto
qualified frctfeotdcr registered to baton' Ivey Prescott. Nasser: lias hailed the ,project :pies'south of Aswaa. Realising remove the smaller ones to
vote in said Bend Election and the The Beard of County Commissioners .\ as more important to Egypt importance ,of preservingthese higher ground.All nations have
said Board determined from the of Hamilton Gyanty, Florida; reconvened 'than the great pyramids,Egypt valuable antiquities, the beea asked to contribute financial t
.. is not forgetting the treasures Egyptian government, in cooperation and technical- assistance
returns end records of the said at '1::>> o'clock: p. B.. on .
'. \ of the past in the cscitement "with UNESCO, has tore preservation'oFthe
Election Officials that additional t tills the 6tfi of
,... ...., ,, ,an Hay ,_ November.Conteel .'. jrelics world) : -.:;
: :over this YastveasiEeerin2 de- appealed to the archaoolegicnlworld many priceless oft J
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1 1 We:"understand the ladies,of the will work -others will prepare change;in'rowdI i; I Legal Advs. ; -

,Good-Shepherd Auxiliary were 'in food for the noon hour. I .X. I Social Security

Jacksonville at their Bazaar made ; .
r $250 The c..D. Barker- -Jr.'s went Sua-I &irs. C. ii Blanchard Vice I ri'' 11'1' C'JRcurr' COURT. :
To
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aprons.alone Program Ke
.' dent of District IH of Garden I. THIRD JaDIMAX CIRCUIT
I da: yto see the little grandson. They 1 -.- Presi-I OF FLORIDA. IX' AND
did
I "What shall I give? went by Valdosta'and were joined the writest report'Wecertainly of club._ I FOR L"'l HAMILTON CHANCERY' COtTXTYDtt. Given At School

: Ah this and this from mine array ty daughter Linda your .' TAI IR, Plal.tiff,
entitle<;to a big "Thank you, "We
I am not like to miss I I -
The Jasper High Vocational
These crumbs but grow a Cumbrance "When a Community Sows are proud of the work you are do- LUTFtTLLAn TAXIR.: Defew.aat. Ag-
Alcohol --,.. ing.I I I -orvoRciv riculture Department will olfer-
an. shelf. .
my NOTICE OF SUIT complete up-to-date information on
The Harvest
is Human !
misery
SToaston2.4961 : And" yet we read--:- I'I r I Jasper can well be proud of.the I'OF THE FLORIDA NAME: OF TIlE STATE Social Security benefits and responsibilities
IgVapsHyttra "The Father gave the Son
: !ITo LUTFULLAU to all interested adults
Drunkeness anion Arrericar' Garden dub. These nice parks TANIR- Defendant.

The Master gave.himself.. youth has increased by some 270 didn't just plant themselves.' And I I I:,"NoD-ResidNlt.MImar KenwMtlrt Cad.. women or men, young or old,'farmor
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Kahhil Gibson says in "The Cold weather is ahead of us. Let percent in the past 5 years. I happen, to know it. wasn't hired Grant Han Kat &, No. 406. non-farm families, -
Elmer
Phophet"; Blanche and Deas went not anyone be cold for want of "The Liquor interests say "dHrk" help. I I I,- lam II'You. Turkey are Mr. Duane Day from the VaSdos
out tor the R- J. hereby require to
"And there are those who have'1iWe Murphys one even- warm clothing we can well affordto and so the world drinks' : .ee. take notice that a suit for Divorce ta Social Security Area office WIibe \.
and give it all ing last week to'a "bird supper0.It j jFLORIDA j i|has been filed against In
do without. I,The TV advertisements keep it TEENAGE DRINKING IN yon the in charge of the session. IfT"more
These are the eblievers in life and was a celebration in away Mrs. . 'IS !?iVtAl*< cause and to the above sessions are necessary, these

the bounty of life and their cofferIs Murphy had just returned froma Lois Curry gave.the following re-:In-fluence' in coffe drinking by the ads ., required -lo-ftle' and your you written are defense further will be arranged A complete ruri-%
stay in Pineview' hospital Net so much in difiance as in thereto on or before the r tth
of
never empty. day
port to the No.3 district meeting ofClubs'wbieh ,and cigarettes? November A. D.. 1413 In the oft IceJasper down: of the benefits will be given

s'' 1# J' hereare' those.. uMiJ'2.: withj'Joy Milton/and$_SaraKelly-: ;have a son met> .BranfordrFV 1 ._ :: _'Y ... -,Imitatioa.. ,. .tdespre a,..4Ithan? _to thewf'l.r. kk '1)f the hid Court a' Also-a"question and; answer' esskiilta'93. ._.
,ahd that3oy l is' their rewardThey born Nov. 8 ({ewer'in Tallahassee) ida. Nov. 7. I! My reaction is generally in the Much more copy of such Florida defense and also upon to the serve Plain.a will be provided So please get your

give as in yonder valley the 'The little fellow is named Charles: "The Jasper Woman's Club got opposite direction.I most state and local enforcement Uff's! Attorney F. B. Harrell. at his individual questions together and

myrtle breathes its fragrance into: Milton Kelly, and .weighed 81bs. off .to a good start Oct.18 withal j I resent being made to do 'anything -officials"The direct appear result aware of of.legislative pro office coirfesso in Jasper.will be Florida entered or againstyou decree they will be answered for you- .

space. 10 oz- Junior Fashion Show from the local but the world in general does and thereafter final decree of Time is 7:30 pjn. at the Vocational -

Through the hands of such as shops and a reception to the public',what's being done what "they" are power exerted by liquor lobby in DIANE Divorce !U. favor of the Plaintiff. Agriculture Building of Jasper -

these.God Speaks .and from behind "How to Select and frame and School teachers. Special invitations doing. And that brings us to the blocking legislation to remove alcoholic against the TANIR.Dfn ant.will LUTFUliAH bo sought: High School.

their. eyes He.smiles upon the hang pictures' 'was the subject discussed have been mailed to each teachersand 1 subject of "they". ( sales ,from grocery stores TANIR. Call 792-6461 for '
additional 'in
and other measures of logicalpro Witness my haed and the Sal of
An article in
earth. at the Home Demonstration I Readers Digest ct
to many new oommers. said Court
on this
JnI formation.
jhe day of _
dub Thursday Nov. Tat'the Power Mr. M<> 1. Powell principal of August by Corey!Pord says who's: tection..fmryouth.The October, A. D. 1163.THELMA.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chandler, Lounge. Lois Curry presented the Jasper High spoke on the importance I'"The "? They must be worth know' payoff for years of advertising LKWIS.! Clerk

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bridges Mrs program Mrs. Wylma White has bf education and the forth frig They is quotetf more often than and promotion cleverly aim- Mrcnu Court of Hamilton ,

J. :T. Bridges' attended the Georgia assemble a spelndid. lot pictures coming bond election- any other authority, but nobody ed at youth thru radio:TV;news Jones County deputy Florida clerk by Alice Jennings Senior

Florida game in J Jacksonville Sat-prints by famous artists. j The Club has adopted a tree: planting knows who teu> they-". paper. magazine by the legal liquor' F. 'B. Hamil ; -
Jasper, Florida
urday. They were joined there by After much interested discus- program and chose Arizona industry. Plaintiffs Attorney. Play November 21.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sabin of Ft. sion the members had refresh-I cypress for this year. This program F. s. u iiosrEOosnxG' I The expected result of compromise Oct. 25, Nov I, 3. 1$.
churches who teach'
Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. .Jack ments at Wise Drug Store." includes the continuing beautifica- : by many The Senior Class of Jennings
j The alumni from this _area have "moderation" thru class pulpitjand :
Brooks and Jay Bridges a student ee.e tion of the Hospital groundsflTwo i High School proudly presents on
I been invited back for-tht et'big.1963 t of church leaders. .,. "'
Bowles School in: Jacksonville. j., A Lot of Aprons- club members hace. recently Homecoming. President Blacfcwell I A problem example which can be solved j j, ..'i. IN TilE. COUNTY'Jt1Dc4COURT IN AND FOR 1 November 21, Hessie of the Hills

---. : done some planting. at the new sends, the message. ;.. -* HAWItTON' COUNTY; ,I in the high.school auditorium. .
Christian citizens willing to de
J'" i by i i FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I Characters
Chamber of Commerce building.The are:
The Homecoming theme for 1963|vote a portion of their time, energies -''
'IN
\ program for this November, RE: The Estate of I Parson Bumble Curtis
..ltJ"6Z2.Yt4; sSt is the importance of making "Wills is "Greater Goals" for Seminoles" funds to get the job done J. DON v. WTOMEH. Wetheringto .
-' Harry Reasoner a CBS j Write United Christian Action DHoea.et.
reporterwill
O dl&.61'1"6j'1a6JtC .. \ Col. Arvel D wry of Lake City Pa Crackett Robert HendersonMa
3 AcK... ) lNlw6'S speak at the banquet. Inc for details. t't j NOTICE TO CREDITORS: I
: spoke Louise
Crackett Hillhouse
\ F. S. U Alumna Nancy Fulp,j (This clipping was taken from All creditor or the Estate of Don _
..'P -( ZA..r ,; V. ,Wimmer. Hessie. Johnson
deceased Sybil
The Christmas program wiD be the Union. I are herebrnotified I
tweedy secretary of the Beverly -the Florida Times f fI and
n 1fJAJ Pl4rI.x..f required to file any
orJ I Arkansas Barbara Henderson
presented by Mrs. Sylvia Earle of $5. chUrn
Hillbillies T- V. program--win or demand which they may ..
;. f ,' out the Royal Dutch Airlines-the subject -I be toast mistress. I 1 I The sad news comes of the death 1 j I have Ace of against the said estate In the of Berthy, Sharon Howell
County Judge of Hamilton ,
NeSf11b" Aunt Unda Srrdthe
.(AS "Holland and other. Europeans Then at 8:30 on Friday night win Colorado of Lucile Henderson!County Florida in the Court Houseat Susy; .-
Ha".IAJ
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Countries. be the Pow Wow":aT Campbell Sta,Nieve daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper, Florida, within six (C) I Abbie Snapp, Glenda Wheeler
-.( 11Il1'f;w.'. L The immediate money making dium. Frank Henderson. j calendar months from the date of'' Grandpappy, Robert Keeling
I .1 the frst
\ publication of this
6al\1'Nl Nuuf project is the sale of fruit cakes home Each claim notice. Elmer Applerust, Delmer Smith
: Saturday-the---alumni breakfast, Her body will be brought I or demand must be filed
,. .tJbrJ'9YZA66.r 2. The Club house is rented for alumn lecture,- -at .lunch-\ Barbecue for burial but the hour cannot beset j duplicate, in writing and must Daniel Duckworth. Lavon Burnam, .
\ !meetings twice a month by the tate the place off mstdeneand+ If you are in a mood for fun and
: / funeral
h s FBoXGRS .. Finally 'F. S. U. plays at this time. However office address of the claimant and
entertainment and
Lions Club. North Carolina.All services will be in Jasper and inColorado. i must be sworn to by the claimant, I come see us

3. The Calvary Baptist Church this and the: small class: reunions .his become.agent void or his attorney, or it will perform.
according to law
rents the club for its service wil hound out a wpnderful ,. .. I (signed) Kalysta Belle Wimmer Vittles (food) )will be served In

4The dub is also available for 1963. Homecoming weekendMr. / Channel is carrying this weekan .rIKii': :' jvJJxecntrlx II the cafeteria from 5:00 to 7:00.'
First
parties and eta interesting visit o fthe N. B. C. 1913. publication on November 15, The show starts at 7:30.: Come and

The Club has contributed to the and Mrs. M- G:. Benson of Nov. 15. 2%. 29. Dec <, support the seniors!!
,I March of Dimes and to the Cancer Sylvester, Ga. former residents of broadcasters to Puerto Rico.
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Sounds like we'd like to -
a place
I )j / I Crusade.P Jasper attended.church: (Methodist -

fdtH AS It y S. The Club entered a float in here Sunday had dinner at Hickory go. Pfl2q1w I

- C.Lef&, JfT1-t.i\V1 KWCAS'Hdy the Homecoming Parade and won, Bottom with Mrs Maud Hav Gov. Manor: says there are'fewerI .itra.i1( n-

,f ,. t., third prize. tOne ener and Miss Inez McCall-and | communist there than anywhere

rr LA1/ t r /G U ,. visited other frieiids in the after else-fewer than fingers on;'"his Hundreds of satisfied customersare

tatlts tl. o fthe best of Woman's noon. .' r -. j.I hand. . Oo the jury which proves that our
Clubs programs was that of Nov. ?
e{,,M 18. at 3:30 p-m. I The Jasper Garden Club will !, Mrs. Hattie Harper Js.at home 00 neat, complete building supply.line

I I The: devotional was given by Rev have the November meeting-oa the 1 nowafter a stay in Hamilton, HospitaL o tl is the answer to your problems. Se

..At10 t it.q 'Mr. Booth'of the Methodist Church- 22nd- instead of the IStru. Keep the I I us now.

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Mrs. Bob Fisk Chairman of the .". --. i "-.-. .----... '-. .- ... '..- -. 7. .:
I American Home Committee introduced .:i .
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rx y r toe program.,,Sharon Sapp 'la

skillfully played a piano sob of For Office Home Use .. 1 USED T.-V;; ,
r. : : or .
; 4MLCOfr !variations ,of Home Sweet Home. ,
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1 Becky Lewis then sang that much .' '. I II ONLY $SOUSED

.xE P k)6GK) +sy4'Y. 1 loved song by' that name-
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lJX4V&t'IGaiIALl.r) ja !I Col. Arvel Drury spoke to an .' COUNTER BOOKS I '.; '-

-.G I interested audience on the subject '
I II'of "Wills" a number of ladies kept ,. .' TIME BOOKS 's l Refrigerator

I him busy answering' questions.A -'I.t I

I I I cZ j .-, , -. : 1 .., 1 I brief business meeting followed. .' BRIEF COVERS t
tJ The club has put in an order ONLY $75 ,
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for draperies. In the meantimeNov. CARBON PAPER .

OFFICE CHAIRS 19 there will be a "work day"at :"7 with the contractor had warned SEE THEM __
the Club to ready it for the holidays 11 O STAMP PADS AND INK ? me about the tideP

and the meetings that cal BEFORE YOU BUY!

.... ender PAPERCLIPS
Armchair or Plain Style I The-door prize was won by Mrs. '
SCRATCH PADS
Clinton Mitchell with the 9
: was compliments
Suitable for Business Home Office
or I of the Pixie Shop. :
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t The American Home Committee INDEX CARDS : '. i U/GD RS'; LS'CTR/CAL yCUMB/NGSUyPL/P'S'y
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Excellent f .50 :Mrs. Bob Fisk Chairman; Mrs., J- TOiEOGRAPH P-\PER ;' : b
31 T. Bridges-: Mrs. C. E. Courtoy Mrs. O '. ,

Quality ;From ,Horace Lewis served a plate of :- I
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.. or
i Pecan pie and hot coffee, after the .
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at .. ...:::4. F .- .; .-;:;*' TYPING PAPER I A4""t.. J.7.7'J.-.., -J.g---- ...-4'.V.V. y..NU
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SY 2-6331: ,. j Jacksonville schools closed;for ,. .' e.
a STATIONERY '"
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KINGSBERRYHOMES
Veterans bay and we were surprised -
THE JASPER NEWS f .((100 sheets 50c)
coming in from the Lake .
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v. Virgie Cone and 1 have so much \TN STOCK AT "

DOES YOUR BUSINESS LETTERHEAD MAKEr planned for a vacation day and "" : ; "
I.never get it aU done. ; '-.,: .. .5 I


r, '''' Mrs. Charles Sabin of Ft. Launderdale t' : eThe 1 asp er News -OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brooks

ti : land i children of Jacksonville:: were < ,- .
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IPA.P- I guests Sunday and Monday of Mrs. : .;;... Home Ownership Is Very Simple

J. T. Bridges

t;. .:.\YI/, .;- . When Handled by Experienced
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., -.r '. Bridges visiting THE AMERICAN 1 WAY
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.' .: Nov. 19 has been set.aside as Home : '.
: cleaning time for the Club. Some
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Take a aoo look at jour buaiatsa letSerfeead.Can ) -. J.

it be unproved through new deaiga,.l bMiet p.p..;. .. ..., 1'Lf Kingsberry Homes

quMity printing? cal'is.here'i ao a .1T, b,> ;j i ..I. ......................... "., P. o. Box 366'' JASPER

We will be happy diocota k wW'J'W....cad abowyeith&w ...........................e..L.eMb .
ARLIE TOWNSEND. Owner
we can.be of assistance to TOO fa iaprovfeg. .%!.. I ..n.a r-,.. -
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-' Tita ".impre ion-muer-your boaisea. .............iioas- '" "." A- ,
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Friday, November 15. 1963 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Commissioners I[STATE OF FLORIDA 1 Lewis Motor Co. :.......... 29.10 I Attorney ..................... 16.56 ing County Atty. Association; ,in Malory TaveU 7-00()()I MIMEOGRAPH
., [HAMILTON COUNTY: Jasper Auto Parts Equip. Parts Eva Akins Sal Sect ta Circuit i j' Hollywood. Florida ...... 160.80/ Rufus Anderson': .6..,. 7-00()()

.. : I'I i Ifc;' Thelma. Lewis! .clerk of the October .................... 19.01 Judge ...........--.......... 26-791:|Mrs.. Sally Sapp SaL Deputy Jesse Fouraker ....,..... 7JO j PAPERAll
'Continued Pro > >
'u' (Circuit Court of Hamilton County Fine and Forfeityre Fund N. Williams SaL yard j I.I Supervisor' ..:......a."...J. 88.00 Pearsall Fouraker .....:.. 9.00 Sizes In Stock at
1963 pursuanUto-the: 'morning'.rS:.t j Florida' and Secretary'and Cleric of John H. McCormick Sal. Juvenile Upkeep .................... 4L57"Addie Dan Brasvrell T C. .4 BAILIFr SELECTION Expense!! .

cessr for the purpose of canvassingthe the Board of County: Commissioners Judge ..................... 70.00 Mae Smith. Sat Clerk T- 'i j Commissions' .,.:....'......".'' 40&69. ., A;f.:\Pollock ....!......... 6.00 FILE GUIDED
return off the'.results; O(. the ,J of Hamilton'County :Florida' do Joseph P. HoDoman SaL .Juv. j pillecbr Office ... ...: .\:... 13.91 "* : *:. I Etd-n. Sa.pp.........:.;.<:.'_...&
Election fd.on.the 5th day;;of Novemberijlz hereby; ceftHyTl ,*..v"jtTha j Counselor .................. 49.27]1(Kenneth Daniela SaL & Expense !I No. Fla. Telephone phoneService C. lIigh .- .......'...w... 'tIJ. .-- 6.i "A to Z"
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tthe above aril is C. ..: 172 0
: \-Sped w. T r'$ctbol'I 'foregoing: ( -: X- Avrlett Conv.; Fees and. Com County Service! Officer ;; 15O.91j j I < Houston Brown ., 6.50'Ww ,
's District Number l'of Hamilton- |a true and correct . SuppBes forte i p. Jf u &. ... It 6.00. '
*;=County, Florida .to determine 'cerpt fro mthe Minutes o fthe said John H.'McO>nnick Nov. Reqr A. Office ................ 12156 ::' voting houses .-...:.......... 45.03,I i y Cotabass ......, 6J50, THE JASPER: NEWS
; whether or not there shall be issued j Board sitting as the Canvassing (Chap.i 63-365 Co Judge Budget 357.50 !William Kyser; SaL Vet. .. ..503.80 Lewis Lumber Q> Lumber forTe- Gordon Huggins.,.*.. 7.00*

Bonds on behalf of said District j Board under the provisions of Sections (Game & Fresh Water Fish arrest t!Charlie Goolsby SaL Janitor 180.60 I,I pairing voting' houses .._.. 123.15 -Lewis. F. Cunningham 7.50 I'

in a not to exceed Four Hun.! 100.171 and 100.281( of the Fees ............:......... 61.50,j Julian Wood SaL Civil Defense The H & W- B. Drew Co. Repair Peter L Young 7 0J 1 I :.. &LjVS1Y
sum
i:dred Thousand Dollars; for the pur-\i'General Statutes of the State .of I Social: Security Acct Oct .....<1.931 I Director .........:........ 112.77j I parts cash drawer Clerk's J,I Cecil Eatmon ,. 6.50 itl S I ,
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Impose of financing the costs of ac-I]Florida. '!Thelma Lewis. Clerk's fees .23.60 j j+INCOMPETENCE PROCD- Office .' ...- ... 7-351[I J- R. Harrison 6.00 RU
\ quiring building and furnishing a I I\ Witness my hand and the sail of I Jasper Laundry Jail .....:.31.15 I i>Frederick Mickler; ...' 20.00'I t General Office Etjp. Co. Office ) Gordon Hunter 7.00, tMtE'to

.,' consolidated Hamilton County High the said Court on this the 7th day of Fla. Power Corp Utilities Jail'46.70 j Dr. James RawlsrVn: .. 20.00 Supp ..................... 5.75 F. B. Harrell Workmen's Gamp. '! \
f School including site Improvement November?.,A. D, 1963. Kayo's Drug Store. -Drugs' Jail 'I Barbara' Peacock: ... .*.... 3.00, Friden Inc. Maintenance Agreem- Ins. Premium ............: 1L16..' O\\ \

at the present Jasper Elementary Thelma Court Lewis Clerk of the. 11 r i Prisoners ............... 4.00Orldn :- W.: A- Jones;. Jr ......_>... 3TV i! -Office Equipment.........'52.00 Ann C Malpas, Refunds Stamps .
Circuit of Hamilton Exterminating' CoPest A. 1' Mrs. J. Williams For: J. A.
School site in..Jasper, Florida and F. Kenneth TutenT Com 401.00 J state Treasurer Contribution:;
ff there:being a quorum of said Boards County, Florida and Secretary I Control: Jail ...oo....:....... 8.00 F. Kenneth Tuten 1112 Budgeted I'!I I i October -,,., .'. .. 1013.91' Wiliams, Maintenance Man! Ct. '

present ,the. Board was called to and Clerk of the Boardof City i of Jasper Utilities Jail ...12.45I Feld Expense ............ 416.66: % ELECTION EXPENSE : Hs. part month Oct .. 25.00

t order; andjjeclared to be in regular ,County Commissioners, of I I I Home Gas' Co. Utilities Jail 2240"( .White Springs Insurance Agency 1 j Herman Harrell ............ 6.00 Bud Bullard Rent White Springs 'II

,,session. There was also present the'I Hamilton County.< FIrida. I Charlie' Rhoden 'Sheriffs fees & Insurance Health Office .. 37.99* Mrs J. J. Kelley*..:..... 6.00.Mrs. ,. Health Office Oct;, ....f. 20.CO( )
The following bills were approv- I I Feeding Prisoners ....... 1586.58Wise's James L. Nunn Ins_Sup Home 46.261: .... .
f t Hamilton County Supervisor of Reg |ted: for I! S.E- Hewitt .. 6.00I Colonial Life Ins. Ox Ins. Oct 3.00
( Store
payment: ;
Jail .
Drug Drugs John H. McCormick. Chap. ,< Mrs. A. S. Johnson ........ 7.70,Blue Cross Blue Shield
istration Ann C. Oct 59-89
bite, Malpas-- and ;: ;
(t the .Judge.of( Hamilton Coun I j I ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Prisoners ...4..;......;...... LSfik.1>>3-365 1963-64 Budget ........ 625.001L : I j I James Franklin Deas .... 150 ;i j Social Security Acct. Oct .... 52.02

ty, Florida; Hort"John: H- McCor- 'SALARY ROAD EMPLOYEES' Woodrow aQxon. Herring Witnes W.. T. Edwards T. Hospital Pa j Nick C Law .............. 1.50 Co. Office & Employees Retirem.
jXnlck who presented to.the Board' I jCWeal Goolsby. .......... 204.04 Fees Ct> Judge's Court ....' 4.40- tit Care Oct. .:_,.......: -I I Russell 1..A1dennan- ........ 150j j Fund,. Oct ....:....*.. 143.49
#the said Election Returns as delivered I W. S.Jackson .......,...... 80.87 Kyler.Smith Repairs J'ail.... 16.75 Isaac Chandler Jr. Refund j Joe Wilmer Deas ........ 3.50 J'The Jasper News Legal Adv. forms

';; to them by the Inspectors Alex Mathis .............. 214.04W. Russell Rhoden Purchase three exp. ..........y.r.............. 5.391Dept i I Audrey L. Wetherington ... ...6.00. :J;i Printing and Supplies. .... 406.51 ,
,'. Indigent ..SAny

|r the Board then proceeded to canvass Hilton Westberry .......... 219-44 Co. Off. &," Employees Retirement Oct. ...................... 15.00'': Maureen ;Waters ......... 6.00 I I I (Oct) ............. 15-00 k%* of type as any hRUBh .
the said returns- John Ponds ............... 173.25 Fund ..........:............ "9 87 Xerox Corp..photo SUPPM..195.801 i Joe Walter Sapp::r......-. ...2-00()( '' There.being no further business R STAMP fn>m di.
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The said .Robert Culbreth ............ 43.48 'HAMILTON LIBRARY FUND. Dotherow Office Supply Q,. OfficeJ' Sarah Wilkinson .....'..... 6.00H. before the Board said Board ad- very ssaallat to 1L. v.ry
Supervisor of
lion filed with the said Board Registra Virgil .W1ll1anlS ......:;... 191.04 ,Mrs. Blanche Deas Sal Oct 139.75 Supplies .....jr* >. ..:..... 39.95 I, D. Vickers .............. 2.00,.,joumed l..gMtU.q.ality
certificate showing that there her Randolph: Turner ........ 178.35 Kenneth Wood Sal Oct......15.00- State Road Dept. Maps .... 15.00, Carlfon Carter ......,...... 2.00:i:ATTEST Thelma Lewis Clerk STAMPS v ggedty RUBBER built
2075 freeholders regiStered were Emery Grantham ........ 165.35 Social Security Acct Social The H'& W. B Drew' Co Office .1 j J.T.: :Sridfees- Jr. .......... 2.00 I I Jack VinSon. chairman Board of last y.. y.ara add toMT

to qualified vote in said.Bond Election &-] Ruben Daniels ............ 205.54 Security ...............-..... 5.85 Supplies ................. 58.84f f Betty'Joe Lindsey .......... 6.00;; County Commissioners Ham- yarn

the said Board determined from Doyle L. Grantham ...... 43.48 Co. .Off. '& Employees Retirement Milligan Office Machine Co. Ser. I{I ITypewriter AvaneD. Altman ............ 6.00 t; .iltoh County, Florida Itfaset 1e. at price far
the returns and records of the said' Pete Register ............ 168-35 Fund ..:......-...:..... ..... 645 ................ 2750 Jeanne Conner .............. &OOi I I I below what 7*. would ortliarily
Bill B .Norris ............ 220-89 No. Fla. Telephone Co- phoneser .. + expect to
General Office Equipment Co. !i J. B. Stormant, Jr ... .. 8.90 J par
said tional Election 76 freeholders Officals who that were an addi not Russell White ............ 158.35 ............. ...........8.50 Office Supplies :.:......... 54.00 Leonard Conner ...........:. 1.75 I t: KELP STOP i COBM I* and se. tu on any
J.. L. Reeves ..:..........168.35 Fla. Power Corp. Utilities .. 13.08 Wise's Drug Store'Supplies Sheriff i Gussie R. Cheshire ........ 4.50 i! RUBBER STAMP n e shown and registered as freehol- I
ders allowed and Ben Goolsby .,............158.35 Florida Library Service Office ..................... .294 ;i Anne Dees ....'.........,.. 1.751S j MALICIOUS a. that yea mar.baT*. We alokav
were permitted
Isreal Stone ........,..... 156.85 Books '......:. ........ 179.08 Thelma Lewis Refunds: Postage S 1: Virginia Williams .......... 1.75 j a wid s.l.eti.a of
vote in conformity'with, and under j MARKING DEVICES fo
BUT-Ponds, ..... ........ I *
158.35 FUND
HAMILTON GENERAL i !
State and James Fourakers ......
Stamps Recording WOODS'BU bwataoa and
.h. I
the terms of Section 100.241 (d) of : ) yr.r print
the Florida Statutes ,and so this G. C Brown .............. 225-54 COUNTY INDIGENTS Fees ............*........... 120.60 J- Roy Crews .............. 6.501 I! r.a..
Board such ;canvassing D I. Grantham 2 weeks due 'on I, Mrs. Mae Long ............ 1SOO Lanier Systems Corp Thermofaxj j Max Hartley ........h..... 8.51)1
sitting as
Board adds to the said total shown j Accumulated time .... 108.70 I Louise Cribbs .............. 6-00 Supplies ......r........... 35-53 Butler Hughes .-............ 6.50' THE JASPER NEWS
by the said Certificate the said 76 ,Colonial Life Ins. Co. ........'6.00 Eva Lee .................... 15.00 Hamilton County Bank. Sept. I,, Mrs. J. S. Reeves .......... 7.001 I(j I --- _______ --------------

additional votes .making 'a total Blue Cross-Blue Shield ...... 92-00)( Lottie Mosely ............. 15JOO Exchange ..-.... .... 4.80 Mrs. Lafayette :McCall .... 7.001
Co. Officers & Employees RetireI Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.00 dry of Jasper- Utilities Ct hs Marthanel Sandlin ......... 8.00 WE HAVE
of were 2151 entitled qualified to and freeholders qaulified who to I I Fund ..................:.. 15905( Mrs. Frank Miller ........ 12.00 & 0>1. 0>. Agent Off. ...... 2L05 ands Jeanette G Craton .......... 7-00 j

.f vote in such bond election as determined Social Security Acct. ...... 144.13 Mrs. ,James Royals ........ 10.00 Florida Power Corp. Utilities Ct. I. T. Carter ................ 6.50 H o ALL'SIZES. .

by said Board from. such I|No. Fla, Telephone. Co. Ser .23.50 Mrs. Roscoe Cooper. ...... 15.00 Hs & CoL Co-Agent Office 96.90 Kirby Wells .............., 1L65 .
records. M. D. Moody & Sons Dragline Jimmie Gandy .......... 1&00 Rance A. Andrews I"efundOffice, II i I Audrey Selph .............. 6.50 1 "
I.I Payment .:................ 792-00)( Bessie Holloway .......... 12.00 ,I Suplies, '' ................:... 39.69 Norma Jean Combass ...... 6.50 <:.., OF
The said Canvassing. Board finds i;(:Fla. Power Corp Camp ..... 49.99 Mrs. RubyvRadford ........15.00 (Western Union Service Sheriff 1 l Quinteen Deas ....:......... 7.00 I
and determines from the returns!I(The J.. O. Burch Co, Supp..,,.,..27.29 Joseph P Jones .......... 15.00 Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs It (\I Harlon Burnam ... .... 1L60

of the Clerks and Inspectors of E. C. Browne*Co.,.Supp. | .. 2359 Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 10.00"I Office.............. ....... 3.18 Santa F. Deas .... ,N..s........ 7.00 rJIL M S .

said Election as follows: Western Auto Assoc. Store Suppliess Mrs.: Margaret Bacon .... 10.OOj' Fees ...................:.. 313.31 Cleveland Seph ......:... '7-00)()
That the'saidBond.total number of votecast & Hot :Water Heater .....: 78.42 Allen McCain ............ 1200Mrs )() Wylma B. White Refund'Office I j D. A. McGhin ............ 10.60 ,

in Election is 1622; Sandlin. Auto. Parts Acces. & Lillian White County lix ig. I. Expenses ..................26.29 Arther. Wallace Selph ...... 1.50 ", N I If
That"the total number of votes,cast Diesel ....,................505Jl7 September .............:,. 15.00 F. B. Harrell In9-',StoCkade Mrs. Juanita Dees .......... 7.50 -

in favor of the issuance of such Gulf f Oil :Corp..Gasoline & Oil ,Ranee A. Andrews Saly.; & Exp. \t Garage .......,....:erh..... 25. 4 Mrs. Pearl Blair .......... 7.50 A&o Polaroid #
bonds is,STO vetes;.. .- (Sept.., &: Oct.) ............ 904.01 County Agent ............ 304.60.County Commissioners',Expense Deward Holton ............ 7.50 .

That tie total number. of-votes' cast Keenan Welding Sup ........ 9.50 C. A. Avriett Sal. Co- Atty .. 59.00 Aaron Hogan t............. !6-25 i Ted McGhin ................ 9.00 .. ',,..FLASH. BULBS ENLARGING
against the issuance of such bonds 'Vulcan Materials Co., Concrete SALARY COUNTY COMM: Guy McGhin ................ 6.2 i Ruby M\. Sullivan .......... 7.50 : ;
is 652 votes ; Pipe .........t............ 425.12 Aaron Hogan :........... 117.50 Jack Vinson ....:........... 6.25 Thera Goolsby .............. 7.50 'to.24ho Developing
That the Canvassing Boards finds I I Armco Metal Products Division Graver Wheeler,,......:. 103.97 Lawton McCufley .......... 6.251 W, R, Miller ................ 6.SO *' I
and determines that a majority of Steel Pipe ................. 836.10 h I Jack Vinson .............. 115.47 Grover Wheeler ............ 6.25* Alex Royals ................ 6.50 :\: FILM SPECIAL :
the votes was in facor of approvingthe Thelma Lewis: .refunds:..express 1 l Lawton McCulley ........ 103.97[:{Roundtree and Son Funeral Home John R Williams ........ 8.30 y;
issuance of the said Bonds. j I: Charges and confiscated"-proper. -1[I Guy McGhin .............. 112.77 Funeral Expense Jackson and George W Smith .......... 6.50 :127 620 rolls
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That the .Clerk of this Board is1 t I I ry for camp ::.............. 9.40 Isaac Chandler ,Jr..Expense ,CoJ Tampions ..-.,:.:...... 150.00Harry Mrs. John Lewis .......... 6-00 or 2 69 C I
directed to incorporate the abovein Bill B. NorrisRefund\ for payment I f County,Agent .....*........ 75.00 I T. .Ric; Funeral Home Mrs. W. C. Gandy .......... 6.00: 35croll'*
the Minutes ofthis'Board and i'I of Gasalme while orf oad JtPCb.: Thalma Lewis Sal- Oct, ...-. 453.30i ..
Partial paymAtszireal> exp: MrS: K: D. Hester .::.:..... 6.00
to certify the"same to the Boardof Truck ...::.f....:...:.:..... 1.65 i i Ann.c. Malpas Supervisor ,f Alton Silasr ( :,;(r.Ly..... 75.00 MrsOnnie Goolsby' ........ 6-00 i :
Public Instruction of Hamilton Slicks Welding Shop .......... 8001i () 1 I Registration.......:..:.... 195.00 Jack Vinson expense attending Foster H Shepherd ........ 2.00

County Florida for its informationand i Mercer Wooten, Tools ..4... 38-68 t Margaret Register SaL Sect to State Association of Co- Comm. S. L. Scaff .................. 2.00 THE JASPER NEWS
proper handling Hill Mfg. SUpp: ......:....... 27.00 if I|, Coon y Agent ..........:. 32.Wylma"B I' meeting |In: Hollywood; Fla- 208..40 Barney Burnhami .......... 2.00
Upon motion of Board Member North American Steel Co. Equip. -White SaL & Expense Clayton A;'' Avriett expense attend- P. W. 1 Simmons .......... 2.90
Guy McGhin and seconded by Parts ...................:. 209.07'I I I Home Den> Agent ........ 256.77 .
by Board Member,.. Lawton McCul-. ,,Power Corp. ...:......, 614.05 Ethel G.'Dedge Sal Sect to Home
ley, the above minutes were unani Jasper Auto Parts Equip. parts Dem, Agent ........'...... 83-14 i'I ::
mously approved by the said Board 1 Sept .. ..... ........... 46-28 t O. O. Edwards Sal. Asst. State : : : NEW CHEVELLE
of County Commissioners of Hamilton State Tractor &Equip. Co. Equip- Attorney .................. 8-93. -
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County, Florida. Parts ..................... 270.30> Wm. Randall Slaughter Sal State .
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PAGE. FOUR .. ; THE JASPER." NEWS. JASPER.' FLORIDA'- -- -- Friday November 15, 1965 "...,..-.;


.Sehool' '. I"The Witness of The Spirit" J ;;
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j. I Part of' last weeks article by this on a specified hour of e. certain TJAR Unearths'An I that GffS th* JOSIJONMS =

oM.;.L Powell : '.'" same title was misprinted so as day. He had been a good soldier, I '
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not to.be understandable. and the commanding general : ow ".,.
The problem of the high school the federal; government fei ualy be expected, ,from, time- to :time, mined to pardon: him. and without '.
drop out is one of local, state and putting more and more"money into since we are all subject to mis- mentioning: the fact to anyone he

national concern We have dis-:the schools* Bas it does will takes in' any field of endeavor.So wrote art his,reprieve early on themorning The Complexity of Today's
cussed this problem but,dUe to its?I eain more and'more controljover
: understand I am not complaining of the. day set for the >
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urgent and extreme importance we the 'school: simPly showing what happened execution. Thtf condemned man

would like to discuss is again. In Then for those who would keepa and will strive to this CarsDEMANDS
-eon intie was placed,hvposition ,in the care -a 1. r w i lw [ ) .
spite of ali efforts to cope with this control of the local schoolat along the. :
greater week with, morn same of an officer and .-a squad of solders ,_ .
problem, statistics tell us that <' s
home they mus ,assume the line of,jeasoningfrom the scriptures charged-with, the execution I
more than a million teen age youngster of financial last week. _
responsibility adequate -
as was presented of the-order,' The whole army wasmarchediosUJ&pjwjtness EXPERT CARE
in the United States leave high support at the state and' ocalJeveTTtakesHrmoneyjIo'jprovide We concluded with. this:. scent & his.- leath 6.-D 210itL A Hui

sohol each*""'ye&& before finishing ...It,...x ... ; and;'. thought "A falsehood believed,will Within.a JI1UWt lOP twq-of; tie time *' .2
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tragedyfIrSt of.;;r:*: It- ;':"": ; f 1 fan individual it twould '
mind{ o as reprieve',was handy itotbr officer ServfceTTo
magni- ,1 Our Expert us: : your --- i e.
and hold tnilypaafef ipnaDy train+ had ,been fact." Therefore
$ it a ouc in_,cbaree and vas read to the
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1[tude and is an in-'ed end interested i acbeis.wt>>win .feelings are not a proper witness prisoner. announcing1 his release. car is more than just some ,vec _

f dictment the: various against local"c! a competent"! job",at the, various .to attestjto a true New' Testament 'Then he had>knaw edgepf! his;,par. I chile. We are in this business> eo a

[and state ogvern-teaching, stations.... It takes money.to conversion. r /donandtorthe.Irst1ti: e fett;Uke ', use'we'like:car ... Drive in'here ,
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finance an ad quate te&ting.pro ,Feelings may .prove us ai cere a pardoned,jnaiu.JJ oug the;partdoQchadi.been -
mental education
gram that,is .supervised by.'a ,competent .rbut they alone:cap;ngt: prove that .wrj tea w in::the : Enjoy our personalized, expert '

till it ,agencies" of guidance. and I counselice,we have been pardoned of our sins morning:hid;feelinfip gave him no ha unearthing.of the_woila'amoat service.
& country staff It is the primary respons27iliry -'u lIt is a moral proposition and can evidence of toe tact }intk{ the.widtt" : Ancient.theater was completed I

[Pointing of excellent out the of the state'and 'local tax:leVying -,npt be proved by_ physical? (. est1-: ten words cameJfcom tberbne with ;-recently in the' Basra cARwASH. only $2.00"Jerry
advantages an
'\ high many school education and all thedisadvantagesincurred agencies to see to jt that' the jnony. Our feeling may prove Jhat th -'power to pardon* Why did not E1 Sham tires oil the SyrianRegion
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.t schools and their.. programs .are. which is wrough.in us ,or done by his feelings assure him",of his par Smith's ;
having oi
by not J the tYALDr. ,
properly and adequatelyfiranoed.It us;* but they: cannot prove that don as soon it took place i J remind :
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a high school education does, is aIso'the- responsibility of}?the which wrought in us, or done by o fthe ,general? Because ., Scull Adel, Director of I : GULF STATION" ;

little to deter a high school youngJrter state And,local boards of education.Iqtber who is not visible};) to us,. Johnr4j24OnrfeeHngs feelings'are not capable of bearing the>j\'qUWu.- J>Department I 1 ,

from dropping out of' school to ,see to it that definite standards, : may bear witness: such testimony-, Had pardon taken said that an additional six .J Jasper Telephone.7923781rv :
when he .mind do
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be set uP'and maintained' for the the sincerity of faith thud re
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place m mind of the condemned months will. be "requir dinto .
:Most school systems of the coun- operation. are adequate education: pentence because they are done by man then hijrfeelings would have fully reconstruct and prepare;\ I .. '. ,

try Permit pupils to legally leave al program' for every school in,us ;they may bear witness to our: given him assurance of, the fact.-: S3 .,a''. rtiow
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school when they become 16 yearsof existence.f l.change pf heart because it is it is with the sinner-he is pardoned display" z

age. The 16th chronological year| It is also exceedingly1important(wrought'in us'; but the ,pardon of in, the mind of God; and though he I However, tourists and'can< < I

and the 9th grade, might well be that the young,people.oimunity f bur. com- sin'takes place in the mind of God array joy unspeakably, his joy I era enthusiasts will be welcome J J1'

termed the educational graveyardfor state and'nation' be surrounded the party offende by our sins a will one day be turned to sorrow un at the site and many'are :.owe PL.JroCe: 'Rx J

America. More dropouts occur' ,! by an adult society'that is, party as t onius as heaven,is from less he ,is joyful in the. knowledgethat I' expected to take advantage ot'.a' ptECES MANY ooI ?HEN CAM GET like MOST 15
In that year and in that grade than genuinely interested in the)welfare earth ,and hence'c n not attest he has'obeyect the written' the invitation to inspect this? = GET oR GNE Kf FOR YOUR MONEY

in all other grades combined1. The j I'and educational opportunities for the fact by. our feelings. When word+ of God from tb heart>Ro.6: unusual relic of ancient FORAPfNNY YEf1L. '.! cO.
fault for this situation an ;
tragic can all the boys and:girls In! this couni -. we are hungry, thirsty, sleepy, 1618.'hen' one obeys the.conditions -I
be lodged at many other.doors than try. The schools must be staffed sick or 'in pain ,we know ,the ,fact which ,God has placed on civilization. 4t

those of the high school, dropout'with a, competent corPs of dedicated by our feelings; and no amount of sai >uon.,...then the". pittitselfbears
himself. In fact this is about the
moral testimony: could convienceus
teachers who have an under; witness with our spiritthatwe
last door that we should look at in ,standing of the needs,'desires and to the contrary, for this char areudMldre: God, and if: children w r tir };
order to locate the trouble; acter of testimony is not capable of heirs heirs God.. !
(longings of young people and who then of, .and{f
The legislative bodies of the var-'truly.love to work for and .with proving such a fact ;but the ,fact joint heirs with,Christ. ;Romans CROSS ,
ious states, the local boards of ed-'them. There must'' be an exceedingly that Jesus; ,died upon Calvary must I 8:1617Adapted from Brents AT ,. ;

ucation the administrative J close tie of mutual understanding be proved'by moral' testimonyandcannot pel plan of gat pHpn. gos-t ,}tr /L.:

teaching personnel of the local between the home- and the be proved by our feelings, I benneiUr. f"p. 'fomas't? L-- 1

schools, the law enforcement,agen-{school Joking toward the best interest -i any more than Jacob's. lings: -
cies dealing with juvenile. ,prob- of the child. The church its I could prove that Joseph was slain_ HELP t -
lems, the homes and the churchesall by- a wild beast. Sin is a moral ,
J ministers an dlts workers, m i'rtl >-Tor + ry Price $6.95
: evil and its forgiveness cannot be I- NIGHT PHONE;
have a vital role to play in the' also take an active interest in the ; .
solution o fthis very important problem 'young people of the community and, recognized by feeling; like the re- MftifciousWOODS PER CYLINDER I ..'
moral of disease from the I
body
and none;of them can escape lend their good offices in helping to CAS DELIVERYHOLLOWAY'S!: cTTcamor 21001Low ..-
but must be known tux testimonycoming J pN
their responsibility in, seeking to 1 !
; sell the of education' and to ; .
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solve this problem. from the;'Parfy who for ti 4 "
,use their influence to help stem thei BUKNINGlj
These various agencies have;i tide of the unduly large number oi i gives itChrist oe :
r 1 I taught many, lessons) by
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spent far too much time in critic,high school drop-outs. Law en :
ing the other agencies for their Jforcement agencies and juvenil e using common illustrations' easy to .
'I be understoond b those to whom 0 0
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short comings and failures in this:j authorities must use their positive >
matter and far too little time ir Influence in the direction of this. he was speaking* so likewise I w. '
I i : wish to use an illustration about .toms
making: an honest effort to cope 5 same worthwhile objectiveTh ; 8
with their problem. It will take the,value of education must be sold tc; which I have read!: 'recently which I.> .J I-OL.L.OWAV
will the .
to clarify thoughts
concereted efforts of all hand I
: agencie. theyoungster on every andpresented
j thus for in this and last
working together to get at the root t
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I weeks lesson. This is the story of
of the
symptoms before and causes of this 1 11 l 1 After all this the school prograrrmust [I an actual occurance which took ? t' e iV7 'l9Vbi.)
malady we can come up be designed as to meet th<
so the first world?
place during war.
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with a cure We cannot wait until
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child that )
,needs of every II.|. A soldier in one of the armies had
1 youngster.comes up with a hopeless the school=whatever those need!
committed 'a crimethought; to be I 1
i :situation and then expect tc< may be. This, means that the program ", worthy of id'eath ..he'was court -I I r t4s
keep hinv in school. We must hell) wide and varied I t
be
must
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nartialed and: sentenced to be shot
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him
solve his problems in the earl, is sheer-folly to expect every chile d

i years of his school life. in a school to follow a college, Prep... -, -_._ -- --

In spite or how disagreeable i t oratory course. Some children nee i- ," '
need'to be,discovered, and
scription .. :
I may seem. it takes money to nIl}.thcdeast: possible amount strict
developed. The academically talented ::
any successful business., inc u. 1n1 g }y academically structured courses should be challenged to his :
the schools. Money for school They need to learn manipulatives g
best performance. When we sincere
comes mainly from two SWTC -- skills of manual dexteritySpecia: j :
ly seek, to discover and meet the
state and local agencies. However. talents, and aptitudes, of every deSTUMP j.
-. needs of each individual child, we
-" I will be going a long twsy in the

direction solving the high school S.yJfv: .- "''::1. _
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BROS. Crop out problem. These needs

sh-uld be discovered long" before a

youngster reaches his 16th birth

I date or the 9th or 10th: grade. The

300 South Patterson, Valdosta*, Georgia need must be discovered and met
I when and where and as it arises

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I; I'\, PAGE SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday November 15. 1963
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! Board' j in favor of the issuance of such hews .seconded by Mr. Stormantand votes cast were In favor of issuing School Tax District Milage Levy f Five (5) Mills .........i...... 2
_? Min. Co n I bands is 1370. carried that the above certi: said bonds, Ten (10 Mills ................ 231 f Two (2) Mills ..................1 GET YOU FARM LOANS
That ,the total number of vOtes fied excerpt of the minutes of the On motion by Mr- Matthews, sec Precinct No 9A votes this motion was seconded by Mr
ka. (Continued from Pace i) I II cast against the,.issuance of such Board of County Commissioners of onded by Mr. Butler ,and duly.xar School Trustees Butler .and carried. noM

r J.-. bonds is 652 rotes ; Hamilton County. Florida ..meeting tied the following results were B. Chasteen" .................. .2 Frain the results of the. School ZMZAmfZAKZ?__--< -
76 freeholders who.were: :not shown]JJ That the -Canvassing Board finds on November 6. ;J963afe tale Canvas determined and certified: J. W. Hall ....... ........... 17 Trustee and Millage Election it was -urn_ IMSURAHc&Coc 4
J and registered as freeholders were j f and determines'that a majority of sai&Bfgrd: of; |h$Detains? of the For Bonds ...?...,.......... 970 Frederick T- l\ficlder..Jr _..:.22Cainton -d the for the ...........'" V' -:: ;
. allowed and permitted to votej'inj the votes cast'was in favor of approving Bond Election"1 accepted and Against Bonds; :.;........... 652 Mitchell .......p...... 17Edward termine&tftat millage will 1 be
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k 1 two ten
conformity' with .and under then ] the issuance of the saidiThat spread in the minutes of this Board. The Boar dthen proceeded to can- Murphy............,;: ,6 next ensuing years CONTACT
d) of (10)) mills and the receiving -
terms of Section 100,241 ( tboj: persons
Board-Bimds J The following certificate of the vassthe returns o fthe,School Trustee School Tax District Mi1lag .LevyTen number '01"
!!.. Florida Statutes and so this j the Clerk of.tiiBOard': |County Canvassing Board composed and Milage Election held.on (10) Mills ................ 9 the highest of votes D.
xs Henry
boardS
sitting as suchcanvassing J and in residence dis
of John,H. McCbrmick County 1 the 5th day of November 1963 as Precinct No. 9B votes being spearate
directed the abovein i
to incorporate
adds to the said total.shown by the j tricts for which board
Judge, Ann C. Malpas] Supervisor -, required by Section 236-32 (5) and School TrusteeSI -' a county
S VICKERSJasper
the Minutes of this.Board and to f
said Certificate the said 76 additional -\' the Board of of Registration, and Jack Vinson:certified b ythe clerks and inspectorst -I Chasteen ....:............. 38 member is provided by law ,are
votes making a total. of 'Public I certify the same to of 'I II Member,* Board of County Commissioners '. ) >-> I J. W. Hall .......,.....;.:;:303 Frederick T, Mickler Jr. Clinton
t 2151 qualified freeholders who werej in::,'County: Instruction Florida,for its information Hamilton was receivedl and ordered.J{|!Precinct No. 1 votes. Frederick T. Mickler Jr. ....333 Mitchell and J. W. Hall who have Flo daTelephone'
entitled to and qualified to vote
incorporated in the minutes and SCHOOL TRUSTEESi i Clinton Mitchell: ..........3. 314 been elected School Trustees for

such bond election as determined1by I'and'1'qer handling. {filed in the records of this office: B. Chasteen ......... ..... 73W. "Edward Murphy ...:.......... 76 the next ensuing two years. 792-6921
..said: Board from such r cordsI I Upon motion of Board Member 1 COUNTY CAN .t Billy nm :#...... ........... iL
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CERTIFICATE OF iA further
F J, Hall .&: ::.... ..;....31* There being no business, 792-483l
t -|.The said Canvassing:Board finds jarid" j'I Guy McGhin,,-rand seconded by.IVASSERS \ nredericfcl. Midden?Jr>.::. iO B. Newsome ............ 1.... the meeting was adjourned. ,. Res

determines from the returns Board the above..migutes MembeijLawton. McCulley.unani STATE'OF FLORIDA, Clinton:: Mitchell ........:-..... 15 Jim I>Dunaway .................. 1 ATTEST: Hany T- Reid Supt.
i of the Clerks and, Inspectors of' ] the were saidBoard HAMILTON COUNTY Edward Murphy ............ 190 School. Tax District Millage Levy Clyde Hunter, Chairman

I said Election as follows of j i jmously of approved- of Hamilton We, the undersigned John H.t Jerry Smith .................,,.1 Ten (10) Mills .;. ..t-:..... 217 f---i
That the total number votes County Commissioners .
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I McCormick .County Judge Ann CMalpas School Tax District Millage.Levey Precinct No. 10 'votes I j I
cast in said Bond Election is 1622: County -..FloridaA
'I.;:" 'j,, of Ten School Trustees
Supervisor Registration (10) Mills 40
motion made Mr. :Matt-{ '
That the total number of votes cast was by i
ir, !of Electors, and Jack Vinson. of Eight (8) Mills ................ 2 i B. Chasteen .................. 39,
|the Board of County; Commissioners Five(5)Mills ................ 1 JW. : Hall .....'............. 4: For 1 '
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of said County constituting the Two (2) Mills .............. ..1 Frederick Mickler Jr. .... 6 I'
1 11 (Board of County Canvassers in and (Precinct No. 2 'votes: Clinton MitcheU .............. 6
I 1Y :for said County .,db hereby certify.School-Trustees : Edward Murphy; ............ 40 '
'I {that we met at the office of the B. Chasteen ................ 38 School Tax District Millage Levy : All

G4 OU'" Supervisor of Registration aforesaid ..J- W.-Hall ............;..... 277Frederick' I Ten (10) Mills .............. 18;i"
on the 6th day of NovemberA T. Mickler Jr-: .....' 333 A motion was made by Mr. Matthews -
D., 1963-'and proceeded publicly i i Clinton Mitchell ............. 298 that the certificates of t the
< -canvass the i 'votes cast In spec-1 Edward: Murphy ............-73 clerks_and inspectors of the various '! Your
'a Cha.ttce ial Tax School District Election 'School. ''Tax District Millege Levy election precincts for the School

held in said county on the 5th day j Ten (10) Mills .............. 174 Trustee and Millage Election be ac I
.w .- of November A. D.. 1963 as shown I Precinct No. 3 'votes cepted and filed as records in this ,
|by the returns on file in the officeof School Trustees office and,the results so determinedand
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4t NOW t[ the County Judge and Supervisor B. Chasteen ................ 147 certified are: Printing ===

I I lof Registration respectively and J. W Hall ..........;:........ 27 SCHOOL TRUSTEES votesB.
,we do hereby certify from said returns Frederick T. :Mickler Jr. ....36 Chasteen ................ 694

as follows: Clinton Mitchell .............. 34 J. W. Hall .................. 77G i' 4
L. as follows : Edward Murphy ............ 78 Frederick TMickler..Jr. .... 888 Needs
BOND ELECTION VOTES School Tax District Millage LevyI Clinton Mitchell ............. 841 ,
For Bondfc ................. 970 I Ten (10)) Mills' .............. 42 Edward Murphy ............ 748 !
i I I Against< Bonus ................ 6521 j Six(6)Mills( .................. 1 Jim Dunaway -..:............... 1 ,
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHIIRCH OF CHRIST I Total number voting;, in Hamilton i Five ((5) Mills ............... 1 A. B. Newsome .............. 1
BAPTIS CHURCH Between. Jasper'Jennings County Florida .............. 1622 Precinct No. 4 votes Billy Hill ,f.................. 1 I riii
Pastor: Rev. Henley on highway 41 I I John H' McCormick SchooTTrustees Jerry Smith. .....'............ 1
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ti-tinnday School M__ 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll County Judge B. Chasteen .................. 19 SCHOOL TAX DISTRICT MULL
MorLinjr Service _,... 11:00. a.nu Worship .Service ........ 11 to 12 I I Ann C. Malpas .. J, W: Hall .................... 20 'AGE LEVY votes I -- -
.Training Union ..... 6:30 Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15'' Supervisor of Registration Frederick T. Mickler,,Jr .....17 I Ten .(lO) Mills .............. 598 -
Evening Worship _. ___... '7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00 I Jack Vinson Clinton Mitchell .............. 21 Eight ((8) Mills ................ 2 r
'N-.Midweek Prayer Service everyWednesday Phone WE8-2091 I Member, Board of County omm.I Edward Murphy.............17 Six (6) Mills .................. 2

at ?!30 p.m. I The Board then proceeded to can J School Tax District Millage Levy ------------------- _______________________ __ ___ ______ __ _____
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JASPER FIRST METHODISTThe I vass the Bond Election'returns Precinct No- 5 votes'
FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
Friendlv ChurcH" Sayer Canoga, Pastor. held on the 5th day of November I Ten (10) Mills ................ 16

I N. E. BOOTH Pastor Sunday School .at ............., ...9:46 '1963.as required: by- Section' 2,16.40Florida SCHOOL TRUSTEES ---- SHOP FROM ,
ORDER OF SERVICE Morning Worship 11:00 aon. Statutes :; : : Frederick T. Mickler, Jr41 ===:=?Ica
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Sunday School _. ,_ 9:46 rn-ra. Training Union ........ 6:45 p.m. The following is The recon.' of J W. HaD .................... 31 f *.' *ff fSUUJflttnEE

.Morning Worship m 11:00 a.m. Evening'Worship ............ 8:00, said election as certified. *by clerks B. Chasteen .................. 11 CAR!
Everyon H invited Prayer Services Wednesday i and inspectors. :.:ft'i 1 ainton Mitchell .'........... 45 VifiLLEV DfllRllSSA YOUR .
EVENING CERVICESJnnior at 7:30 p.m. Precinct No. 1 Votes Edward Murphy ............ 14 i
Fellowship _.... 6:00) p.m. For Bonds .............4. ...... 4 School Tax District Millage Levy Courteous Salesladies

.Jr., High Fellowship :. 6:00 p.m.! JASPER CHURCH OF GOD I Against Bonds ....;:........ 185 f Terr'(10) Mills ................ 20
Youth Fellowship..,.. 6:00 p.m. Irving W- Hughes Pastor I Precinct No- 2 Votes Precinct No. 6 fVE To Serve You

Worship Service 7:00: p.m. Sunday School 10:00 For Bonds .................:. 367 1 School Trustees -0 ..

Youth -Social Hour 8:00 p.m. Morning Worship ......:. 11:00 a.m.a.m. Against Bonds ......:....... 19 B- Chasteen .....:..:......... 39
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 pan Evening Worship ..,,-,.. 7:00 p.m ,Precinct.3 Votes J/W': Hall ...:..;:........... 10 < > We Produce and ProceuV
TUESDAY For Bonds .................. 29' Frederick Mickler, Jr..3 %
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST I
Bible BETHEL Study at in a.m each Sun. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Against Bonds ......?........ 131 Clinton Mitchell .............. 6 your.oWn Milk direct from
7 FRIDAYSY. Precinct No 4 Votes Edward. Murphy; ............ 47; FARM STORES farms
Church Service 11 man. p.m. For Bonds ................... our own
Month P. E. .. .___T.:-...... 1:30 pan. .15 School Tax District MUlage Levy
4 Sundays each Against.Bonds ................ 121 ,
Sunday t i Ten i(10) MUIs .............. 11
each
,PBYE 6:00 p.m.DeVane, PRESBYTER CHURCH Precinct. No. 5 votes' J I! Six'U Mills .................. 1 MILK A FULL DAY FRESHERFARM
.;Elder L. M. pastor- WHITE SPRINGS'Rev. j Fbr Bonds! ..._..?...... .. 44,Precinct<:t No. 7 .votes
1 1E JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Ed. Montgomery, Jr.-Pastor ; Against Bonds ..*.............. 6'SchoofcTrusteesB' L'P
E CHURCH SERVICEThe Evening Service ,..._7:30 p. m Precinct No. 6 votes FRESH FOR NATURAL FLAVOR
Chasteen .................. 70
Rev. William W. Van Zant III I j For Bonds .........::........... 3
1f J. W. Hall .................. 24
BURNHAM CHRISTIAN Bonds ........... ... _
Sunday' School.... ,9:45 a. m. J I f Against .. 50 Frederick T. Mickler Jr. .... 24 .

Services _..........-...-..... 11:00 I CHURCH Precinct No7 v :. Votes Clinton Mitchell .............. 23 .
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For BondsAgainst .........:.....
--- Paul H. Stewart Pastor | : ... 39
Edward ............ 80
Murphy
JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00: 1' Bonds .......;;........ 60 School Tax District Millage Levy your Drive In !
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Precinct. NEW
Church Service Second and Fourth 8A Votes Ten (10) mills _............... 10
Travis Carter 11:001 I For Bonds ......... ........
Sundays .................. 10 Precinct No- 8A votes'
Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and I I Against Bonds. ......:........ 117 I I School Trustees Store! ; '. ,
Horning Service ....!..11:00 ajn. Precinct No. 8B votes .
Fourth .... .
,.Sunday Night Service ....7:30 p.m. Sunday nights 6:3e.. For Bond* .........S........ 48 B. Chasteen ................ 106J. 'I'
Wednesday night: Against Bonds ........"........ 7 W. Hall ................:;... 4 Homogenized Grade A Pasturized t. .
Chcir Practice 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST PTPCUX No 9A votes Frederick Mickler Jr .:..:.10

Prayer Service 8:00 p.nu "Enter Rest, -Pray"Pastor For Bonds .................. 18Against Clinton Mitchell ............ 11 '
BAPTIST CHURCH* : Charles W. Rogers Sr. Bonds .............. ..5 Edward Murphy........... 116 MILK .
D1VONIA Sunday'School each Sunday 10a.m. Precinct No. 9B "' votes School"Tax District Millage Levy. .

Rev.School Truitt Comer 10 am.reacbing Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. For Bonds .........:...... 332 Ten (10) mills .............. 18 In Disposable No Deposit
Sunday Worship Services 2nd and 4th Against Bonds ................ 24 Precinct No. 8B votes
) ,_.................... 11 a.m. Sundays at 11 and at 8 School TrusteesB
aon. p.m Precinct No. 10 votes
6:30 PLASTIC CARTON
Training Union .. pjn. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. For Bonds .................... 8Against Chasteen .................. 7 Afc
Service
A Preaching :7:30lrm.: Bonds ............... 28 J. W. Hall .................. 44 i
:Wednesday night Prayer N. M. Rowell NOW ONLY T
pastor "
.... half gal
From Frederick T. Mickler Jr. 46
the certificate of the, Super _
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Meetingw. pan. Sunday School Sunday at .
every visor of Registration and tile Board Clinton Mitchell .............. .48
WEST LAKE CHURdTOPGODSunday Preaching 11':30 10:30 a.m..m.& 7:30 p.m. 'of County Commissioners ,it was Edward Murphy ............ 11 SAVE ON ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS HERE i

School 10:00 ..me Training Union _.__ 6:30 1 jn. ."determined that a majority of the -
Y.P.E. Sunday ..._ 6:30 pan. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at freeholders had participated in the
s Prayer Meeting. Thurs. 7:30 ".m .7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY election and that a majority of the

__ WHITE SPRINGS I BAPTIST r, ', ltm: Gal. Jug
''FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jennings, Florida DOES YOUR aUSINESS MILK
Rev C. E.:Bailey, Pastor Nathan Wooley, Pastor LETTERHEAD MAKE 54.. A1 ER5 SEEM TO Homogrniud 90C

Sunday School' ...?..,.?, 10:00 a.nu I Sunday School __ 10:00 Lm.I Do roa soma GIRLS. Is
Service 11:00 a.m.; MAKE 'Em. ITOI.Y
Morning I (Each Sunday) I mE
i Training Union .,,......... 7:00 p.m..Preaching Service Each Sunday at
Erenuyr Services ._.t... 8:00 pjn. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Y .
.Wednesday prayer service 8 pan. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesdayat 1 I IRIGETllUROW[

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 7 30 p.m. i ? Farm- Fresh. For Natural Flavor In Glass

Pastor Rev.Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW.

Sunday School .___: 10:00- aon. D. Stewart Pastor .
(A class for every age group) Sunday School 10:00 a.m. \.1/", w '\ .
Worship Service 11:00 aon. Morning Worship>> 11:00 ran,
youth Fellowship i-.;. 6:00) pan. fraining' Union 6:30 p.m. t
GOLDEN
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.! in glass 48c
white Springs every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting .7:30 p.m.1 I GUERNSEY MILK
11:00 aan. 72 Gal .. ..
Swift Creek each Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCH ?tf

3:00 pan. Rev.OF. Earl GOD Deas I I -A": POWER PACKED WITH PROTEIN
.FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 LET
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Morning Worahip-T- _.. 11:00 SEARS & SONS
Allen Brooker. Pastor Wednesday Night .?,,., 7:30 a.m.1 VsHLP SPECIAL .
"Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Prayer Service
Worship Service 2nd and 4th Y. P. E Friday Night 7:30 !I I YOUWITH.
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Sunday .. 11:00) man.
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AUTO SERYIcE
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OP GOO ... WHffPED MARGARINE 2 cart3SC
7:00p.m.) CHURCH
.Prayer Meeting Each Thursday-' at Sunday School' each Sunday at Letterhead Design
8:))0
pan
HYP Social Hour Each Thursday 10:&0 a, TO. E pelf New Cotton

SUWANNEE CHURCH : Services Each'Sunday and evening moraine Fate Bead Papf Pianos Organs SUNBEAM BREAD 2. for2'7c

'THE NAZARENE OF'I'I Old time Gospel Sing last Friday I
,. Fad Flearifa each month ............ 8 p.m. Quality Printing HOUSE OF MUSK:

Bert E. Wheeler COLONIAL

ttySeilrool ........ 10:OO AJ LPranoMng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Take r food look at jvor tedaeM COUNTRY STYLE CUL11JKEDBUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE'Drink MILK
Service ......11:00 AJf. STATENVILLE, GEORGIA IapravedI AND _
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IeuetheaL Can NEW
Evtteg ServIce ........ 7:30 PJrL IX W.Kaaaon,Pastor "
I KEMAXDFACTDKEDPIANOS
Wet esday Prayer Mectb 7 A (Services Each Sunday), aer..........pepet.
Sunday School _____ 18:66
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I wle.yptn. So for after school for the
CORINTH MISSIONARY Mores Worship 11:06 aoa With the Golden Butter Flakes good
BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union ...._...,. S:8e par. : ao .lrlloa t. ,... 1*. w. .. No ,Down payment., Up to children in glass.

Rev. Marcos Morrison pastor [?, Prayer;-$' enke.7:85 J.m.Wednesday at hap.y>rd ..ek..,........ ,3 years >,pay /2 gaL '

a-day School. (every Sunday at ,:ee 1UL star yea burr we.a fce af<...... CaB Collect and our display1 32C.1Iir : 46c
except ftftfa Sunday ... 10 a.m. ':.track, will bring it to
g --cSenieo each Ss&dayat WHITE SPROfG race la -proving hit vital.*. ycur front door. glass; ; '% gal. _
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:ft .... and 7:t0 p.m. COfKa. ATIOHAI jjQLltliHi ] franco tniirfT*of yow tnfiinetii .1108 N. Patterson
J"aJet'Mee(4g. each Wedneedey S.; School each Sarf, .. 18ee n..m.Prss .1. sroItEHOU .
_'. at 1:11 pm.s I Mnt eenIee .Vert 1M ndNt VpJdosta; .... I& 244.94 II tsaeoL..fo7:007ckyaperw.> I

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Jennings High PLAN ,SERIES OF With Your Home' :' I!i[ MRS.CELEBRATES BIRDS WYNN/ '. I! Wan t e V I''r: 4e J asper jIlews


F School NewsOur MEETINGS AT DemonstrationAgent I 74th BIRTHDAY I Empty Spools Published Every Friday ;' j

CHURCH OF GOD. -. i ,. Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida f
would
A class of small children
bi gstory o fthe week is Mrs. Birdie Wynn (Ttrs"I',appreciate all your old empty Subscriptions Strictly in Advance .
The Young Married Folks Sunday Wynn) celebrated her
This is event B. WhitePINE
Homecoming. an by Wylma
which we have planned and looked School Class of the Jasper Church with a dinner held nt, WT Wynn spools when you have used all the $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
to'throw
forward to for a long time- So this of God enjoyed a CO\--ered-dish sup in Winter Haven. Florida. thread and :are You ready ladies ,who do the a Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum

Saturday night we will have the per Wednesday night in the educational I I I 8 of Mrs. Wynns -children were spool away Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
big event. I building. The food was delicious. here all of her brother and sisters little sewing, or a lot of sewing,
HOMECOMING ; (6) were together. Those attendingwere please save your spools and leave Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
.JENNINGS them at the Health Office the Jasper -
Homecoming will be I Afterwards, some played ping : I
Jennings
Mr.- and Mrs. L. B. Selph. News office, or Airs. Stephens' BURNHAM NEWSBy HOSPITAL NEWS
Saturday night, November 16. pong while others sat in groups; (by
'Game time is 8 o'clock Our oppon- the heater) talking. An enjoyabletime I!Mr. and Mrs. Arva Carter and farm Office in the courthouse. LOIS ZIPPEREK I II

net will be Cresent City. was the expression of those at* I I i iy- __ One may walk over the IdghI I
will be festivities at the tending. Mrand Mrs. Roy Wynn and fam I .
There w est mountain-one step at a 1 1I
half which include the crowning This is planned to be a regular ily. : lUDSr : Orne.lohn anamaker ,
.of our Homecoming; Queen. She is affair since the interest and attendance Mr. and MrsAvner Allen and fami I ktPATIENTS

Sharon Howell a senior in Jennings was so good at this firstteacher R ,i fyMr. J I Mrs. Lamar. Hill underwent a

I w.High School. l tr8'-. .. 'ughyetti r.,: s .... ---= 1"'L and:Mrs.'".- Windell*'1T Wynn*c** and-- i. f tonsillectomy>in ELnfeviev.General" MI .
... stfi.S.s J/HI: S."of .for ,this of "family last week She is home NOW
Sharon w : 1963 group young OIL. GOOD DISINFECTANT r Hospital IN HOSPITAL :
Mr. Edsel Wynn .
f- ,also her attendants include a rep- people- AGAINST DISEASE. CAUSING !I now and improving. Mrs. Hattie Wynn ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Zipperer .
resentative from each high school i BACTERIA I I MrsAnnie Langford
Leroy and
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
class. They are: WHITESPRINGS Pine Oil is;;an effective- laundry: I I The kindness and : Mrs. B. W, Wells of Madison Mrs. Nettie Reid
I Sandra Rowel disinfectant for use family- 1TOW,1 last week in Hamilton TomllnsonMargaret
.Senior Class against disease our friends in, our recent County spent Isbin
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I .Junior Class Ellen Scaff I NEWSby Causng'b? cteri which may survive .I ,family. I the death of our father will always Rozier .
Sophmore Class Earlene Burn-. Usual launderings. Other gpcd 0 remain with us as a precious Russell Driggers, little son of; Mrs. Mary Harvey \
Mr.. and Mrs. L. S- Selph and son
ham- I disinfectants-:are 'liquid chlorineWeacliand : I'memory. Mr. and Mrs. L C. Driggers, was Mrs. Carrie Hardee '
Mrs. Mary Collins Mr Mrs. Sheldon Wynn and
Freshman Class Linda Butler 'quaternary and phenol- &family-and Our sincere thanks for the beau confined to Pineview General Hospital I Mrs. Estelle McGhin ... s

Crown Bearer Howie Hartman I Methodist Revival Services have Ic'compounds. I Mr. Joel Selph ._ -0'--; I'tiful flowers' prayers and other last week where he underwent Ben C. Hawkins (coL) i

:Flower GirlSusan caff gotten off to.a ,wonderful,start. We All' four: of these disinfectants Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brown and; comforting acts. surgery. He is.. hpme*now, and. fan- Alberta McClain (oo .) f "

The Homecoming queen of this had a wonderful group ,of visitors have beenrested: in the laboratory family John R. Williams proving. I t' Julia Mae Bristol (eoU ft -

.year will be crowned by Ruth De- from Jasper Wellborn, and Live by|textile bacteriologists of USDA's I Grover C. W. W'l1n'and l. nrMr and family CS. Mae Frances Harris (col.

Vane Miss J. H. S. and Homecom,Oak. Bro. ftjayton has brought a Agricultural'Res: arch Service and Mr. Mrs. Ivey Allen ,- Burnham Home Deal Club Ezora Williams (coL) '- -
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ing Queen of last year. .!,heart-warming message -each night in household laundering by cooper Mr. Marvin Selph 1'hePutnal family wishes to The Burnham Home Demonstration Asron Baker (col-)

A dance will be hekfin the Jennings and will continue thru Friday night ating homemakers. Future research Mr. H. S, Selph thank their friends'and the doctors I! Club met with Mrs. Isaac Shiver PATIENTS DISCHARGED
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the Sunday is Homecoming Day. Bro. may reveal' still other disinfectants Wednesday November 6 at SINCE LAST WEEK:
for
gym following game. .Mr. R. A. Wynn and family and nurses at the hospital every ,. !
Everyone is invited. Mayton will also bring the message that are equally effective- MrMelvin Selph expression of sympathy, and two o'clockThe devotional was 1 Mrs. Motile Lee '

.e. :i Sunday morning and afterward' The researchers began lookingfor Mr. and Mrs.! Jerry D. Myers, and the cards during the illness and,I given by Mrs. Shiver followed with .Melrin Pollock "*" '

Our attendance for the month of there will be dinner on the grounds( laundry disinfectants after they family death of their sister. Mrs. Emma prayer by Mrs. Shiver. I: Mrs. Rena Cauthan .
I Everyone is invited. found that normal home laundering, I II The subject for the afternoonwas Peter Young
October by grades show these percentages Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Aldr dgeI Putnal Prather, and for the food
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: ; methods did not kill all disease- I and sent in, and the beautiful floral offerings "Pictures in the Home- Mrs. i Mrs. Sallie Camp .
Special Education 99.2 I Mrs. Virginia Daniel is in the causing bacteria;, ,especially when family I White brought quite a number at. W. R. DaU :\

First Grade ............ 99.8 hospital at Vakfosta- She has undergone there was sickness-in,the family.To .'.Mrs.Mrs Amy Edna Sproull Campbell*" :: ---r"t" --- pictures of various sizes also show- [: .Jim Black .." '. V "" .

Second Grade .. 98-51 surgery and seems to be get the USDA nod of approval, Mr. and Mrs. Ariche Munson- and Our heartfelt thanks to all who in$ how they could best be arranged Mrs. Martha Dup e .
Third Grade .. 99.5 I!recovering nicely. Our prayers and a laundry disinfectant must J kill extended comforting 'sympathy and i' "on"different walls to beautify Penny Nobles 'JMrs.

Fourth Grade .. 98.11 best wishes are with her. many-kinds of bacteria and be reasonable Mr-family and Mrs. Alfred Munson and help in our recent sorrow, for the I!a home. We learned that nice pictures Hattie Harp V .:'

Fifth Grade .,. 98.11 in cost. Also, it must not family many cards, and also the food for are not too expensive when'i D. W Peterson .t *

Sixth Grade ..*.... 99.6 leave a residue that would be harmful I'Mr., Elmer the'beautiful service, floral offer- carefully selected. We are looking 1311110- lAw 4 ?."
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Seventh Grade .:. 97.51 Miss Pat Herring and,Mr. Robert to the skin, and it must not Mrs. Locke -----', ings and kindness in the death of forward to receiving more Instructions Paul King :

Eight Grade 98.1 I Henderson were elected to reign I change the color or other properties I,Mr. Wildon Betty Williams- my sister,,'Lena Jones. May God :: along' this line at our next' Mrs. NattU Tkhrell

Ninth Grade 97.3 i over the carnival. They are seniorsTheir' o fthe fabric. .!i'Miss Linda Allen 1<' bless eacfx.anc: every one of you. I I meeting. We had one new member Gloria Pierce (col-) V v.

:Eleventh grade .... 96.3Twelfth helpers were 'Prince Howie ARS basteriologista offer the following -r rI ._ The Family. Mrs. Robert Hill Refreshments I Eddie Lee Sanders (coL) ,
Hartman and Princess Susan Scaff I I
rI were served by the hostess- Eddie Swabs (coL)
Grade 95-3 suggestions to help you select Mabel Peterson
TO SHOW FILM AT ,
The P.T.Ahad all 'kinds of I ,
Frances Harris (col.)
and commercially available .Mary
LIBRARY SATURDAY 4 .
P. T. A TO MEET goodies in lunch room. r disinfectants in your family Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Corbett Mathis BessIe M. Vaughn (col.) "
The whole ,event was grand-. anda rash: I i Two films in color will be shownat J. R. E. Lee I and baby and mother, -Mrs. Mary .Charlie M. Norton (col.) ." -
The Jennings P. T-A. will meet good time was had by all ; *- the weekend in \ ck- Bristol col. "
A. **c:. "Mtead the label on the container. [ the Hamilton County Library Mathis spent Julia Mae ( ) ,
on Monday night November 19 at .' Look for the word ."disinfectant"t[Saturday morning. November 16 Chatter Box sonville with their sons and brothers -

7:30. The subject is "Back to t VISITOR TO SCHOOL then read the list of active ingred- at 10:00 o'clock. They are entitled Mr. and Mrs- Worlie Mathis ,' ,.1. .

School". Parents will be permitted Mrs. Jerry Lewis nee Miss Mar- ents. ;, "Seminoles"of the Everglades and The regular meeting of the fourth and Mr. and Mrs, Raymond MathisJr.

to visit classes and act as pupils. In i garet Davis visited School on Tues If you choose a pine oil disinfectant "Audubon of American WiicEfe." grade homeroom mothers was held I i'i .

other words you may visit each of day. We all were very proud to I get at product that contains at! Monday night, November 11- Mrs. .
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your children's. teachers.. see her. Come again soon least 80 percent pine oil. j. Fannie Mae Williams, assistant Garrard Sullivan and little sod II.
.e. ti Note the strength of phenolic or.I \. L. chairman, presided at the meeting. of Maccn spent the weekend with rNewArrivalsi.
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HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL A I PANTHERS TO PLAY quaternary disinfectants. A product -' Organizational officers were elec. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Mrs. :I .-

SUCCESS 1.,0, SATURDAY NIGHT with a high percentage-of ac-1 ELLA LOCK WASHINGTON ted as follows: I Sullivan went home with Garrard I .
B President, Mrs Geneva Jones peek at her new grand
tive ingredients may 'cost more,. i to get a ,
Everyone was very excited over I: After seven' straight 'Wins" and but you won't have to use as much. "A Generation Passes"0, Secretary, Mrs. Lelia:. Welcome daughter. -1 I A son was born to Mr. and Mrs
the Carnival. Each event broughtin just loss the whole school is "Like candle in place I Ii Treasurer Mrs. Josephine KIser I
; one For example, if you need a cup of a a holy I Alton Dupree Jr. on November 8 in
a nice sum of money There was backing our team for ,a wonderful a product that has 3 percent active i Is the beauty of an aged face." Chairman of Program Committee Mr. and Mrs- Woodrow Bennett I Hamilton. Memorial HospitaL --Hewas

mnch festivity .There was the fishpond I game. This game is with Crescent ingredients you would need onlya ,I Ella Lock W.ashington'diedMou., Mrs. Ethel Washington of GreenvilleSouth- :Carolina spent ,named John Rayburn Dupree.

I bobbing for apples ..all,kinds City and we are hoping.for another half cup of a 6 percent product. f day morning at Hamilton Hospital.. Chairman. of SocialCommittee : 'the weekend- With theIr cousins-- ,. Mr, <
e throws, a hilarious movie and of victory. Our boys and coaches have [She is one of the very last of at. en- Mrs. Sarah Reid,and Mrs. Roscoe-B Mett' m.Y CLUB FORMED
From the cost standpoint .
course the spook house. The cakewalk worked very diligently. this season that is primarily a disinfectant product .1 eration-very old 'and "very tired"I A discussion on the theme- "Edu I The HI-Y Club affiliated' with the.V....
was fun too. Rah, R .11. economical 'she said. cation Strengthens the Nation" was Paul King is homerow.after' being Y-M.CA. and the Y.W.CAhasre-
is usually more
t .........- ..... ... "" V'I .... .. than an all-purpose cleaner containing l She was free born' in Georgia led by the fourth grade homeroom confined to Hamilton County cently been organized at Jasper
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additional such ,I soon after the close of the Civil teacher Mrs. C R. Bryant.At I Hospital for several days, we I'High. It's purpose is to create,
ingredients
War and with her parents to the discussion hope doing nicely. standards
came the close of maintain and extend high -
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I It Florida. parents agreed to help in the membership -t' of Christian Character, and
Triangle.Restaurant Follow the directions on the label j ;
in using the disinfectant. Heed all I The negro race can well be proudof drive of the P-TJt Cleveland and Sudie Selph and and,':this is the only club of its kind in
night
:' the Lock famfly. Ella Was a The administration of J.R.E. Lee : children spent Friday our county.
cautions or warnings. They are
f. and
with Mr.
placed there for safety. Christian and is known as a Christ expresses its thanks to the parentsfor Saturday in Lakeland I Mr. Jim Dunaway is the sponsor

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTOpen To make certain your you use the I I ian.Funeral "" [ their work in helping, tq .establish ;Mrs. Lester HarrisOn Winter Haven Sunday to enjoy I and the officers are as follows:,

right amount find out how many I services' will be heM,at a better parent and teacher'relationship -,they went to their aunt President Marsha Lashley .
dinner for
until 10 night- gallons of water machine tub Willow Branch Baptist Church on in our community. a birthday Vice-Pres., Sharon Burnham
your of
every afternoon at two o'clock. Thanks also to the parents and":Mrs. J. J. Wynn at the home Dennis Hackle
hold Then caJcn the amount Sunday Secretary,
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Open to 12:00 Fri. and Sat Nights ate and Mrs. Roy Wynn. I
of disinfectant needed. 't i friends who have come out to visit I Mr- ;:,,ior q Treasurer, Elbert Carter .
bleach us during the week American Education This was a happy occasion Reporter, Haze Knapp .
use"liquid chlorine ,
C .lth.oo J Most of her children, I
-SPECIALS- Week. Mrs. Wynn.
ifthvays add it to the wash water so ,. brothers were there Chaplain, Jerry GrinerOf
I her sister and
the two meetings held, the
the chlorine will be removed in j
Chicken rinsing. Add the bleach before, -LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Wynn lived in Hamilton coun- first was to elect officers and the
and husband
Thursdays her
Dressing I all her life until
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Smith Mrs. ty
putting in. the clothes. Remember, ernary compoundsuse; type of then, second to announce requirements
chlorine bleaches are harmful to disinfectant in the rinse water only. John Goolsby and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar passed away a few years ago make I I for state membership.. .
Sundays Chicken and Dumplings Bemhry visited their cousin, I she went to Winter Haven to ,
wool, silk. and certain dyes. Liquid chlorine bleaches and pine children- Hazel Knapp reporter
Elmo Flitch of Denton( Georgia, her home with her
i Phenolic or pine oil compoundsmay oil disinfectants may be purchasedin I ----

THANKSGIVING SPECIAL! be added either to the wash or most grocery stores. For quaternary last week. Mr. Futch is seriously Mr. and Mrs. Don DeLoach and -

rinse water. t or phenolic disinfectants, ill- S. I I children of Pinetta spent Sunday] V

Turkey and Dressing Because detergents in the wash you may have to go to a store- that with their parents and grandparents -I
water are likely to inactivate quat-carries industrial supplies. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling. 1 I .

with all the trimmings .... .:.. ........k son, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland GaITUA..S
Lashley and children of Live Oak. Surprise Birthday Dinner

I -MRS. EVELYN HESTER I 1- .. .-.... visited Mr. and Mrs. John Goolsbylast The children and brothers and
Sunday- sisters of Mrs. Minnie Roebuck
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.. I ..... !honored her with a surprise birthday
0 Mrs. Eula Guest and daughter, dinner at her home Sunday, JOHN HOGAN

--D-S Annie Lou, of Perry attended services -November 10A wonderful dinner John Hogan, 86, well known resident
L CLASSIFIED at the Advent Christian was served including a big birth- of White Springs, died Tuesday -

CHAIN church' las tSunday and while here I day cake. Mrs. Roebuck received night in the Hamilton Memorial

SEVERAL, USED REFRIGERATORS -GOOD USED TV Installed for SAWSTRADEARAMA visited friends.and. .relatives lots of gifts. This was a happy oc- Hospital after a short illness.

Best of condition. Pric- boon and ,up. Mannings Radio 3t t castor I for her.. (He was brought to the hospital on
ed to selL Mannings Radio Service Service. 7924421, Jasper. tfc ,Connie Goolsby of Atlanta is vis-iI Tuesday! morning-
Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc iting herj>arents, Mr. and Mrs0'-I I Mrs. Roscoe Padgett and chil.i Survivors are three daughters,

FOB SALE Gelding saddle horse. neal Goolsby.for.a few. days. ''dren and Miss Nichols visited their I Mrs. William Freeman of White

I Very gentle. $125 cash. See Lee Iris and Evelyn Bembry of Jack- uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Springs, Mrs. Broward Bryan of

FARMERSMONEY Tompkins Rt 3 Jasper tfc .. sonville visited their parents, Mr.:Shiver Sr. Sunday afternoon. They,Jasper, MrsGeorge Johnson of Al
= enjoyed and appreciated their visit bany. Georgia; five sons. Aaron,
for your farm operations I NOTICE No-Huntingror.: fishingon and Mrs. Edgar Bembry..last week very tnuch..SC I Johnny. and Roy. all of White

I. at reasonable cost. Termsto I any of my property Mrs. Maude s end. I. Springs, Rufus of Gainesville Geo.

fit your needs. Loans up to Havener N1&15 p Mr. and Mrs. Ted AIcGhin and Mrsv Becky Jo Adams and babyof I of Jacksonville; two sisters, Mrs.
7 years. Call North Florida'Production i sons visited Mrs McGhin's father,' Jasperand sister Miss June Adams I Ode Paulk of Live Oak. Mrs. Hen
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave I USED TYPEWRITER 540. Re- and mother -
Mr. GUbertnof Chipley last weekend and Mr. Jim Dygert rietta Judd of Dade CHy.
Live,Oak. Tel 362 2588 cently reconditioned-an in good of Jacksonville visited their undo Funeral services were held on

i I_ working order. The Jasper News iii STEPHEN FOSTER- MUSIC i iCLti"B I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Thursday at 2:30 in the chapel of

TO MEET i Deas Sunday afternoon- Dennis Harry T. Reid Funeral Home. The
Georgia_Plate Glass Co. FARMS WANTED IF YOU The Stephen Foster Music Club|. Becky Jo and baby, June and Rev. E- F. Mayton, former Methodist

.store'Fronts would lie to sell your farm, of White Springs Florida win ;friend and mother had; supper on minister of White Springs
.Mirrors RosHvered see us., We have calls for farms '. Sunday, night with Mr. and Mrs. and the Rev. N- E. Booth officiated

.Tab Enclosures, Showers every' week. W. I*. Bryan, Reg. .and meet in the home of Miss Thelma" Stewart Adams. .v Mr. and Mrs. CHnton Zipperer
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-528S 2-2985 or ST 2-6831 Boltin November 18, 1963. at 1:30. .
sang.
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Real Estate Broker. Phone SYFOR we'll Larue Lee, son Active pallbearers were gisad.rnm.
interested parties are cordially in home now after be-
Dewey Lee. is Hororary pallbearers were C.
vited to attend .ing confined to Pineview General B. Harrison T. J- Bryant James
FARM FOR SALE 520 acres SALE. ,
3.50'( acres tobacco near Belleville.See $3500. Others-.HOUSE priced higher.In Jasper.See trade for anything that cuts MH>WAY 'HOME DEM. CLUB j I Hospital for several days'automobile from injuries BuUard, C. A. Sweat. Riley 5tor n.
: sustained in an
Louise Bland. Telephone Valdosta -l'I Robert Ehlert or W.L. Bryan Reg. Demonstration I ant W- W. Bradshaw, C. A. Avri-
The MWwayHome:
CH 2-6180. NPr Real Estate Brokers Jasper. tfc (including old saws, rusty knives and used razor blares) accident I ett, J. V. McCall, Dr. J. R. Brttte.
1 1- Club met'at the Florida Power,' Interment was in Camp Branch .

MOR SALE..60' Chev. Truck'$475 Lounge on November 5, with nine''j j t' Mrand Mrs. Edward Leutner of] Cemetery.

2 door Plymouth$ 125, 4 door Chev. FOR SALE Lot on Si-vanae members, .our; .agent. Mrs- White 't Macon Georgia are proudly. .announcing -' . ,I
PRIZE79
$125 200 theater seats at $2.00 gas River at Suwannee Springr. Reasonable : : and one visitor present. the arrival of a baby ROY MERRrTT ;'
,laqure Robert Eh1< stove $22, Four room house, city The meeting was opened by Mrs. daughter Funeral services for Roy Merrttt
lights and water on 3 acres JlfiW-; : Estate Broker."l92. n tfc Joe Mitchel,leading jnf an Interest.!9. in Macon General HospltaL"The were held last Friday at two pan.

C.. O. Shepherd. Jasper N22p FOR SALE IN JASPER No .ofellgattai. just come in and registerGeorge tag devotional Our president Mrs little lady weighed 6%;pounds. We in the chapel of Harry T. ReM Fun

Hall presided over' the business did not get the name eral Home. The Rev. Q.1-Ji'amum+:
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin and two houses in good meeting. j jMrsv I: Mrs. Leutner win be remembered officiated. Mrs Ointo f ...
Live Oak, Florida for all your hood. Only $5,000. Call Rob tEWert. the former MisS Dorothy* .
+ White had charge of;.the. as Rev. and Mrs. Irving l&sghes angtwo
musical needs from and l 79S-S331, or W. L. Bryan Sullivan. have two other .. "
organs They
"Precious ..Mem8i.
of ,
pro&am showing us many types! songs
pianos to records and record players. 792-2985. Reg. Real Estate Brokers. thb'sS&1iStU.S. y I children .
bays
'I > W l pictures and gave us many points and "Glad Reunion Day.
tfcUSjED FOR SALE-GUN 416-28 over andunder oa how to select them for our home Pallbearers were Frank ;lM3tt
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ELECTRIC RANGES 'FOR ; 'CX>2P llet=Rifle, lope: were
Sale. Good condition. $40 and oak dining room suite all in good 41 & 129 North Jasper, Florida the group. Mrs.. Theo Sullivan was den, Russell Rhoden. Maurice Bennett

$50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jas- condition. Can 792-5491 after five hostess- Interment was in Hebron

pert phone 792-4421 tfc pan. N15p Mrs. John Goolsby reporter Cemetery. _


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