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The Jasper news
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Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Jasper Fla
F.M. DeGraffenried
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February 1, 1963
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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Revival At'Methodist "Operation Final Results [ Parents Asked!- Tot Farm Bureau To NEW RE-APPORTIONftlENT PLAN :

I Church Alphabet"To Approve '63-Crop t Register : | Have Program On PUTS US WITH MADISON, TAYLOR:'

I F e. 3 8 .. Begin SoonHave Cotton QuotasFnal I PreschooRChildren: : I i Water Supply (Editorial) :_.'

Rev. O. C. W %-eI1. pastor of the you been thinking about results of the Dec. U national j{tIt : I A3_Farm" Bureau members and Citizens of Hamilton County are urged to keep a1J

Methodist Church of Jasper an- OPERATION ALPHABET? Would referendum on marketingquotas is now time: to register your evolving close eye on Tallahassee these days lest the big counties j
nounced? that Revival Services will you like to see the educational level for the 1963 crop of uplandcotton i i '
be held February 3-8. Rev. Robert of ourvcounty raised? Would you show that "precentage of child for school .thi "!fall. It your :and supply are invited to attend theregular slip us a wooden nickel. _* ? &

Bledsoe. pastor of the Methodist like to help?, farmers voting approval remainedat child was born in 1957, he will meeting of Farm Bureau. A new proposal Thursday morning would couple

93.7 the the start ,to-school this fan. It is It will be held in the Jasper High
,. rs'a r OPERATION ALPHABET is an percent same as very | Hamilton County in a senatorial district with Madison
periiminary percentages announced important' that yotfVfegister him February 4r 7.-00 p.m. Bring the

the educational State' Department program sponsored of Educationand by earlier [NOW and have his preschoolphys) I(family ,a covered dish and enjoyan and Taylor counties where we would have no influence

... by the TV Stations of the State, The,official report, just receivedat 1! cal examination<**'This will' educational program. Mr. Andrews whatever. Local citizens are urged to write, call or wire

,K ,,0 0 which :will -attempt' to, teach< all the Agricultural tian & ;I give time for J Jmrnunsations to be : arranged, our an program excellent chairman has on both Senator Houston Roberts and Representative Joe

those persons who cannot read.And Conservation Service County; Office i over with before hot veather sets Water for the Home. program McAlpin in Tallahassee and advise them to vote for
write to do so. -The piograniwillbe : shows total .,of in| Too will help'-the
a 217,020 growers it HEALTH
F x t m broadcast three times each I Each person interested is requested nothing less than the 67-Senator Plan. Every vote for
voting: .of whom 203,310 approved DEPARTMENT to get some of the to bring % pint of water to be
week, beginning in February and quotas and 12,710 opposed. The I: something else is a vote against Hamilton County!
tested for minerals (this should be
done early and avoid the
f r e. KX ending lessons in all Each There"student win be** referendum was conducted in including 20 !i rush that usually ccmes' during the {t taken as close to well as possible I When the pioneers planned the U. legislature they --

I Iil will need a book OPERATION upland Florida.cotton-growing States summer months. "* !1 preferably before the pressure tank I II planned carefully so that each State, no matter how small ,
I II I Mr. Ray Pettis Agriculture Engineer -
ALPHABET TV HOME STUDY would have influence in their It
be some own government. *
II I Childrenmay taken to the with the Extension Service will
official results of refer
In the the
BOOK, which may be purchasedfor I I for County; Health Department. at Jas- be the guest speaker. Mr. Marvin has worked very well! Even if we are a small county, = -"
on marketing quotas I
$L60 Besides to the jendum
r.Church t TV program; :three times a week, '4 extra long staple cotton, quotas for per'the any Wednesday, thoming and i I Rodgers of the local Health Department we should still have a senator, and let the House be apportioned -
the 1963 81.9 J.f Clinic in White Springsany I will tell you how tohave your I I
approved by
each student should have one person crop were Tuesday morning strictly according to population. Of course
water tested for drinking. Pump
who will volunteer to assist |percent of the total 1,129 growers I' the big counties won't vote for this-they want the whole
and motors will also be covered. I
z him at least 30 minutes a week. ,voting. The vote on ELS cotton quotas [REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW!
Volunteer teachers are needed. was held in designated countiesof "- a Well drillers and pump dealers loaf, not half a loaf.
6 aixLPuerto Rico. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT are invited. This will be a good "
Anyone who has bad as much as a I No matter 'what high-sounding phrases are heard,
I -I program so let's go. If you are nota .
fourth or fifth grade education can l r how editorials I read I still Jbe
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Since more than the necessary Farm Bureau member you or many city ,

at Haines City win be the teach volunteer some to one help to read. Won't? you I two-thirds of those voting approved ASC County Commits Ce, reports should be. We are agricultural, convinced that BOTH houses should be apportioned according

evangelist. He is to arrive on someone I quotas the quotas-with penaltieson I that 93.3 percent of the 1,132 Florida Farm Bureau is agriculture. We to population-and I believe that the small coun
J il 4 Monday and preach each evening If you win be willing to help "excess" cotton-will remain in growers who voted Dec. 11 on need you and you need us. *

I -at 7:30 o'clock, through Friday. someone call Mrs. Stephens at the I effect for 1963. Price support wil 1!upland cotton marketing quotas ap- ties could enforce a 67-Senator plan in the Federal Courts >:

Rev. Bledsoe is no stranger to the County Superintendent's Office I be available to growers who comply proved quotas for the 1963 crop. A Want-Ad In the News costs only if it is not available by vote of the people in the cities.

people of Jasper having led similar SY2-4211, or Mrs. Jones at the ] with their farm's acreage allot- j''All Florida growers who voted on 50c and is read by at least 1200 Watch our two representatives closely-and see thatJ.l

I :services earlier. He will be welcomed Health Department SY2-6761. and.ment. !quotas fo rextra long staple. cotton families. Have you something to I I
on his rturn to the Methodist volunteer your services.If i I I M. T. Miller Chairman the i approved the quotas. sen? ..i1i; they vote FOR us, not against us.
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know of someone who
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\ ,1 On Sunday evening Dr. Marshall not read and who would can-j \ 63 Feed rainProgram

\ Hamilton. President of the North learn tell him or her about Ahead
f Florida Junior College at Madison program. Ask his or her permission Looking t.I t. Nears = :1fii

j\\ 1 will speak. Dr. Hamilton is assistant to send in his or her name .

I Lay Leader of the'Tallahassee as a prospective student. I I ', Dr.=S.I, UM Light For The Future Farmers who grew corn grain*
District of the Methodist Church
; sorghum, or barley on thin farms
T-V Stations which sometimes '
; and, is well known as a popular I in 1959 or 1960 win soon be able to
can be received here'will the f Artaew '
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speaker by the people of this area. lessons as follows: g' sign up to participate in the 1963 i ceed the feed grain base for any .
I /;1 A.-day of prayer is set for Saturday I _F. ; feed: grain M. T. Miller
WFSU-TV. Channel U, (ETV), ? program other farm in which he has an in-
t February 2, when there will I : .. l r I Chairman Agricultural Stabilization -
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terest in the fed grain ((5))
Tallahassee. Beginning February crops;
\ be continws prayer from 8:00 a. I President Kennedy surely must of our.Constitution] comprises the the interpretative power of the County Committee, said today. version will be made to
Tues payments
11 and broadcast Mondays. I
till for the Revival. expression of principdes that do not Court outside the review of the
nx 10:00: p.m. days and Thursdays I I have disappointecJAmerican The signup period for the voluntary i participants for shifting acreage .
I Marvin Rodgers, Lay Leader is arranging ; citizens last August when he tolda I pass away either with decades or legislative body. He apparently was feed grain program has been set from production into conservation

I JI I for pew Captains to fill the WUFT Channel (ETV), Gainesville group of visiting students that centuries.
.pews'during the revival. beginning February 18 and the U. S. Constitution not neces-t When the Presi '"'went on, to could become another way
: The Chahman listed the following cents a bushel for corn, 14 cents
\, A.tco invitation is extended to broadcast Monday, Tuesdays, and,. sarily an. automatic light of the t.say that the .CbnstiW&jL.Jas.,; ,to,.to..const ict legislation. Construingthe principal features'of"the. 1963 for barley, and'16 sinus _
(J 4I'- -..iPCtnatteadalreseservkeand; -- "- .fUture.: .** Of coursa'the: ,Constitution-be interpreted? by rivart ? he may" laws according to the spiritof feed grain program: -(1) the pro- sorghum) will be made to p' ,,'
hear these outstanding spea- -WJcr.:Channe'll, 7,
lc+ers. WFGA, Channel both of Jacksonville vision through amendments and i I _and of the appointment of upprecedented as it is dangerous," corn, grain sorghum, and barley of their 1963 fed grain acreage

beginning February 25, makes provision for them, when-:[|Justice Goldberg at that time current Hamilton wrote. for which crops the base acreages no matter what use is made of .

Jeanie Auditions Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays ever the Congress of the States Although the Court has been are added to gether into one "feed the grains; ((7)) regular pricesup.port ;,

I deem it necessary.\." But too ,, known to apply the brakes to Perseve The "Letter"Columnist grain base" for the farm; ((3)) pro- loans and purchase agree '

Set For Feb 16 I many modem presidents have change minded executives the David Lawrence recnt gram participants must take at ments on the three grains will*'

f I Veterans Elect 1 wanted to by-pass this amendment 'I'I high tribunal actually has served j ly quoted this Hamiltonian rea least 20 percent of the total base be available only to participants,;";
I When Stephen Collins Foster machinery and rule by executivefiat I in this generation as a changing,soning from "The Federalist" and out of production and deviate such and they will be available on the
Ji E wrote his classic love song "Jeanie I Perry ConingCommander or decree. I force that has introduced "interprei then remaked that the whole idea acres to a conservation uSe; (4)) a entire 1963 production of the feed

t With the Light Brown Hair" in 'I't' Perhaps most disappointing were ;i tations" of men. It has, in fact of finding the "spirit" rather than'program participant must not ,e .I grains. j

r 1854 he couldn't possibly have Mr. Kennedy's inferences that the !|set aside more decisions since 1932 the "letter" of the Constitution is

\, imagined that .it would become the I/ S. Constitution has become out- 'than in the whole 143 years of its undiluted Machiavellian doctrinethat
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theme for one of Florida's out- : The Live Oak Barracks No. 1163, I'moded. He went on to say that history up; to that time. I the end justifies the means. r "'" FLORIDA COUNCIL

1) standing musical events the an- Veterans of Word' War I of the!despite the extraordinary nature of I And so it is. Willful men seeking I L By I* B. MAYTAd k., The chief obstacle, aI see It,
naul "Jeanie" auditions held here USA Inc., met in the Courthouse founding document, men v,ire New Appointees '
our Inc. of
power ready to justify whatever Pre Ideet. National chimes, Is the resistance to change
,each February at the Foster Mem- Presidents before Mr. Kennedy I
it work in
and elected slate to make now
Saturday a new required Florida OooacflflM
\\ expedient is' proposed and to interpret Member The Individuals and the fear of
orial on the Suwanee River. of officers. an entirely different period of thenation's have vented their wrath upon strict some
law their linking
The 12th annual "Jeanie" event history under different Constitutionalists and the change-I every own new industry that ha been
They are Perry M .Conine commander ,subvert and twist thespirit"
can thus it
sponsored by the Stephen Foster conditions. Obviously, the makers generally have found methods As a newcomer to demonstrated by some men and
; Peter B. Shall, Senior Constitu-I I of the Constitution. completely challenge to me
Memorial Commission and the tion was a human of circufventtng the letter of Is an exhilarating whose fortunes are linked
Vice Commander Eugene E Lynch women
Florida Federation of Music dubs, ; signed by men and it had to be ; the Constitution. President Roose- awryRegardless. to find that 1963 is going to be
Sr., Junior Vice Commander; Joe was this with tourism.
of President Henne of decision for
is scheduled Saturday Feb. 16 by men. Men still velt wanted the Supreme Court enlarged ft year
Hill Smith quartermaster-adjutant implemented comments which can become The airline I work for, National -
ry's the time has not phenomenal ,
with more than 20 young women or "packed as it was called
follow with understanding.
Bonnell JohnL. must i is the only
Dutton A. chaplain: industrial frontier of Airlines
Ji1ene must surrenderthe a new
yet ,
vocalists from; throughout Florida Power For Change :so that radical legislation that he
Hall judge advocate; Elzy W. Constitution:\ to political exped- the nation.It Torida-chartercd and Miami-
competing for five musical Scholar- The viewpoint that our Constitution I was able to get through Congress ( lathe
Kinzy sergeant at arms; Wiilliam iency. We cannot afford either to is especially exhilarating] because based truck airline operating
ships. would not be declared unConstitutionaL -
C. Mills historian; Lem B. Hughes, was written for a day long our future is going to be state. We are very heavily
"These girls most of them high legislative officer; Dixie G. Gamble gone is, an easy way to open the I Since the court-packing bat squeeze or expand, the Constitutionto determined not only by the leaders dependent on tourism and we

t .t school seniors or college students I 3rd year trustee; and Henry door to all manner of change that tle of 1937 presidents have tended fit eat ;political emergency. If of Industry and business here would cringe at the thought!: of
musfbe form 17 to 21 years old and I claims officer. will suit political convenience. The I more and more to put sympathetic I our presidents persist In appointing also individual living -': development that would hurt
G. Penuel but by every any
must be advanced musicians capable i I Harry non-political principles of human I I appointees on the Supreme 0x1rt.I i pbliticaly> preorientated figuresto I in Florida. The omens are the tourist industry.But .
The installing was
\ r., of giving creditable radio tele I, R. Haugh of Perry commander rights and of justice under law are I I This obviously was not the intent' the high court Congress one day auspicious because the state's it is my firm belief that

,I vision or concert performances" I of the 10th District. not temporary: are they? The guar-I.of the Founding Fathers. may need to seek remedies of a leadership recognize the one of the roost important stimulants -
t according to Miss Thelma A. Bol- antees of freedom of speech, of Alexander Hamilton warned 1 Constitutional nature that will help challenge, and the bright possibility to tourism will be the bufldntf -
!!( tin special events director at the Visiting veterans from Jackson- press of worship, of assembly. d aginst making; the power of the preserve the 'letter" of our foundling ahead. f of numerous widely diversified 1

I Foster Memorial. "Each entry ville Barracks No. 491 were C. S. of petition are not so dated as to I I Supreme Court superior to that I document; as well as the f nc- Mthat ost thoughtful citizens realize Industries throughout the state. f

It also must be sponsored by a Florida Wemps. 8th District commander belong to any special period. Much of the Congress and against leaving of congress itself until this decade Florida was The great tourist centers of the

I Federated Music dub". and W. H. Wainwri ht. 3rd year .. heavily handicapped in its effortsto nation are centers of business -

E i Rebecca Ann Jenkins of Orlando I trustee from the Perry BarracksNo. diversify its economy. The New York. San Francisco andLos .
won the 1962 title of "Jeanie" and I IL 1160. three men attended. They \ 1 state produces very little fossil Angeles. Men and women

I the $500 music scholarship whichgoes were H. C Caldwell, quarter j 1 ------ fuel and is not endowed with who travel for business and !stay

( L r..' with it. Four other young master-adjutant; Dewitt Woodard, j t 1 sources of hydraulic power. The, oc for a visit as tourists makea
i.} women received $200 awards to Senior Vice Commander; and the ]I : geographical location' that blesses' stable and dependable core of

J.further their musical education. ,.commander of.the. .barracks. v| ... i us with sunshine has also meant visitors to any metropolis that
''I "Becky will be present to assist I .a I that there is a long haul from offers entertainment to hoHday-

in crowning her successor," Miss t LADIES AUXILIARYOFFICERS ) Florida to the nation's major seekers.

Boltin said "and we hope other INSTALLED ,, : I markets and this bas minimized Florida tourism has one major
r. ; \ production of bulky manufacture diversified
formers winners also will attend. }! I drawback without a
Miss Boltin pointed out that there Saturday afternoon the Ladies :, goons. economy. Many: who come as
no longer Is a requirement that Auxiliary of Barracks 1163 of Live Thus the entire state bas been :visitors to enjoy the state's wonderful -
entries must have light brown hair. Oak District Ten met at the Courthouse -j 1 f heavily dependent on tourism 01 natural endowments for
"After his for their regular meeting! on agriculture. Tourism is one and man-made recreational
all Foster wrote song d world living
\; as a tribute to his wife Jane, who :and the installation of local officers I, : _the finest Industries in the beautiful facilities remain as residents

I actually had auburn hair so we I Mrs. Hazel 3\ : CoUyer of St Cloud producing clean And the job-tenting,
do not have, any rule regarding I department junior vice president I-- rolling towns sales of fine dtMs trees Fortunately, the state's able
color of hair. however all the assisted by Mrs. Lu Bvuce of OrLando throughout central Florida are Governor has shown an astute
in lovely chaplain and of the possfcffities of
young women must appear department just cne proof of the desirability awaieness
S. gowns of a pattern popular ins Mrs. Lilliam D. Haugh, presidentof of agriculture as an Important bonding a more diversified economy -

_ 1854 when Foster's song was pub- the tenth district installed the element of any economy. and many businessmen, indastrafists -
lished." following officers: However. this dependence of the and educators among

1 Three prominent out-of-state judges Mrs. Julia Gray president; Mrs. state on tourism and agriculture whom are my fellow Council

;;.will decide the five scholarship Irene Shall senior vice president; H has made Florida historically members are egra&y aware of

winners Feb. 16.auditions.. Mrs. Desma Ktozy: junior vice _/ vulnerable to vagaries of the this need. They can be stymied
The to be held in the president; Mrs. Deloris Walker weather and national and International I in their efforts to bofld an ex-

S auditorium of the Forster Carril- chaplain: Mrs. Pearl PCIDe-), treasurer fluctuations over which tag and thriving future oo-

lon.Tower will be followed the ; Mrs. Bennie M. Griner conductress the citizens of the state have less of an the citizens of tbe
night of Feb. 16 with the annual ; Mrs. Julia Wilson gaurd little control.
a "Jeaale": ball at which the winner Mrs. A vie Coinne 3rd year trustee. Now, with the caning of the state
j four Joe Hill is to Cape Canaveral and I U we can become testified wiflj
and her court of runners-op Mrs. the retiring pre- de space-age .
i $
the CH-47A CHINOOK perform doriar a recent and other spirit of cooperation Instead of ) 4
will be feted in the Foster Museum sident. ABMTS LARGEST HELICOPTER with an the electronic: a
which fe. the ftrst ae of Hs Us sR the production Hoe, IfeayaM related industries linked with the i criticism: of courage to reaKaa> '\
Bui1 ng. The event was instituted Sfirs. Loveda Hall came into the tea at the PcnUr The beHtopter, {
I tet 1952 by the Stephen Foster Auxiliary bringing membership up of earrTfar SS fnHy e alpped tnwps or 24 litter pates The CHINOOK can alrfft limitless future that Des to the i the potentials that tile space-ago
wffl I I
Men offal Corporation of the Fk>ri to 25. All wives widows, sisters and a.eommedateton Army tracks. Its maximum pajtead It mere than seven tons air, Florida stand+ an errftfrrt t has brought as threshold.. we lied
weapons .. be the cf On
that diverxtfied on
i da Federation of Music Clubs, with and daughters of World War I K can enb at more than 15* miles per lio>tr. The CHINOOK was developed for the.Anayby chance at creating fee state bat K:. brightest happiest year Oat Ttor.r
Mfrs, Leon Whitehurst of Brook&villiU veterans, are eligible for membership economy .
Boeing Company
by,the VerUl Birbioa of the _Ins needed. baa ever: eatjcaad -00
president. in the Ladies Auxiliary. .

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:Friday. February / -
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': ; several the 'United States Department of Jus .
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- \} work of pupils were on'display.In r! The 'need for informed( and well h 1 '
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" the room const it is of moment trained police officers in combat- -: :;" :i. _

: 8 I' that two rooms of the Elementary ing juvenile delinquency aId Juven Published Every Friday

@L school had as many parents pre- He crime goes beyond actual apprehension Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida' ,',j,
sent as pupils enrolled Mrs. Brad detection.
- and Day after
( RStj"YqIo ley's 5th grade and Mrs. Rhoden's day, week after week the officer Subscriptions Strictly in Advance

a First grade.In who is fulfilling his task effectivelyis I I $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County.

the high school attendance automatically helping children II Mrs. Lola McCbUers Pope .a.. I Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
jl Mrs. Kennedy's room was high arrive at acceptable standards of I Mrs. Lola McCuDers Pope, 78, 2-6331
SYa.1w.7 a61 count with perhaps 1 4or 15 parents conduct His insistence on obedienceto former resident of Hamilton County Telephone SYcamore

present.At law and his firm but fair attitudein died Sunday in Tampa where,I Mr. and Mrs. Robert alert Editors and Publishers

ROBERT LEE FROST 1875-1963 away 7:30 the crowd assembled in dealing with those who violate she had made her home for many

And wait to watch the water clear the dinning hall of the cafeteria the law help the young child arrive years. I News
-r" He walked ahead a little way I I ,"T ..' i (Imay) : The subject for consideration wasa at sound conclusion of what is acceptable Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Peanut Marketing -, Hospital .-

.,. "'''' Perhaps his best read poem is shan't betpprie :,'stopping By Woods on' a Snowy!II too there are several facets in the and again the police officer Miller'and Elmo Miller Quotas Approved

Evening. going out to fetch the littlecalf process there were several speakers. must serve as teacher explaining both of Tampa. Two sister Mrs. 'I'
.Whose woods are these I think I Perhaps the foremost concern the law and pointing up the inevit- Belle Crews, Live Oak, Mrs. Mary In the December 11.Aferendum, I

knowHis I That standing ,by the mother.It's was how to get the money for the I I able retribution which follows Its Jane Howard Jacksonville. peanut growers approved the use kt

house is in the village though; so young new building. Mr. Harry T. Reid I I violator But even'the most effect- Funeral services were held Tuesday ;of -marketing quota Il for the next

He win not see me stopping here It toters when she licks it with explained how money is obtainedfor j five Jaw enforcement officers, put- 2 p. m. In the chapel of HarryT. three peanut crope oy a record

;To watch his woods,fill with snow. her toungesI school purposes teachers pay ting forth their best efforts, cannot Reid Funeral Home. according to
favorable percentage,
My little horse must think it queer I shan't be gone long you come and etc. I I!I stem the tide of delinquency' flow- The Rev. Earl Deas. pastor, Jas- t PATIENTS IN IIOSPITALa
To stop without a farm house near, too: I II It is agreed that a bond issue is I from failures in growing num- i Church of God officiated. Mrs. a report on official results. just received
ling per OX THURSDAY, 'JAN. 31
,Between the woods and frozen lake I I necessary and here is how that is I[ of homes. I Earl Deas, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton at the Agricultural Stabiliz- .

The darkest evening of the year. I Robert Frost was born in Cali- done. Interested school patrons 1 I Almost any aspect of police work I Zipperer sang two songs: How ation and Conservation: County Of- George Roberson :

He gives his harness bells a shake I:forna in 1875. His father, born in (free holders) have to circulate a I may involve juveniles, Statistics I Beautiful Heaven Must Be and fice.. The referendum was held in Damon F. Morgan i' r
'To ask if there is mistake i petition asking the School Board I !l6 producting States. W. Burke Norris
some New Hampshire and moved to San I for 1961 reveal to some extent police I What A Friend We have in Jesus. peanut ;
The only other sound's the sweepOf Francisco where his "copperhead" I to can for a bond'issue,' encounters with juvenile vio- Interment was in Mapop Cemetery -, M. T. Miller, Chairman ASC Mrs. Rossie :Morgan '. g t.

easy wind and downy flake. synrphaties led him to chisten his Mr,, M. I.. Powell discussed the I Jeters of the_ law. Arrests of per-I in Lafayette Qx County Committee, reports that the I Mrs. Patricia Rhodes .r .'
The woods are lovely] dark and! son Robert Lee. I new' building as planned at the sons under 18 made up final tabulation shows 96.9 percentof James Fletcher -'

deep, I I time plans were drawn for the Elementary -:I per cent of aD arrests for criminalacts -- the total 42,838 ballots casts approved C. B. Harrison
The father died and the
But I have promises to keep, I, family school which would be the I in cities and rural 1 continuing quotas for the Mrs. Mamie Lamb
moved back East to the towns and with the library, the P.T.A. and
,:And miles to go before I sleep, j i same type; architecture and in fact: Young people were 'involved areas'-I 1963. 1364 and 1965 peanut crops. Mrs. Nettie Dees
hill where for others Dr. Blackmon's service to
And miles to before I sleep." I eight generations, an annex to the ; record favarable Mrs. Nettie Wheeler
go Elementary., I percent of the larcenies, 22 percent This marked a
. his forefathers had lived i Ithe community in his medical profession.
Mr. I heldon Samuel Crews .
II Kenneth Tuten Tax Assessor of the robberies 17 per cent of percentages in referendums
THE PASTURE Frost graduated from high school and Mr. Jack Vinson Chairman the forcible rapes, 12 percent of the He then spoke of their peanut 'marketing quotas. The Kib L. Burnett

at Lawrence, Mass.. in 1892. He, entered Board of County Commissioners I aggravated assaults and 8 percentof !I church relations and helpfulness total vote exceeded by more than Mrs. Dacie McGauleyMrs.
by Robert Frost naming details and also mentioning
Dartmouth College but remained were present and answered questions the murders. many 9,000 the total of 33.598 votes cast Mary Moody ,
"I'm going out to clean the the faithfulness of the I .'
pas- only-for a few months. The / in the last previous (Dec. 1959) Sandra Pierce (col) }
The increase
in juvenile crime
ture spring; routine of study was too much for Blackmon boys. I Lillie McBride (col.)
I !Mr. Tuten expressed himself as referendum on peanut quotas, when ';
I (arrests of young under 18
111 only stop to take the leaves I him and he decided to his persons I Harris coL
earn opposed to added: tax on real estateto 94.9 appr.d'the quotas! Annie ( )
have increased percent
i living and became a bobbin boat in 98 per cent in the I It was a gracious friendly meet PATIENTS DISCHARGED 1|
; at
ra&e the
*: money needed for a Quotas must be approved 4 by
10-year period. 1952-1961 while the
T A few of that
I ing. friends not
of the mills of Lawrence. PAST WEEK
one I II sYchooL'.
new He thought another least twothirds ojf the growers
in the'10-17(
I age group church privileged to be there.
r2III1 I But Me had other S. .plans for Frost sorce should be sought such as a..increased 43 percent) is a continuing were voting in order to continue in effect Ii Gary Cribbs
bond issue. I' Peanut have been in effect Robin Hunter
:: for quotas I
reason concern. It is a Mrs. Virginia Chandler has returned
The maple trees are budding "If Mr. Vinson explained how the sound for the mobilization of since 1949. Under Abe* <.quota program Mrs. Dorothy Conrad ;
I winter comes, can spring be far tax money was allocated to the home from the cold Virginia marketing"penalities will Mrs. Sarah Frier .,.
behind!. I community resources in hills where she took: son
Kenneth Altznan
a M"; '(''' WEEK I schools. I crime-fighting agencies. It is a rea-I I Stamps to enter school this second apply to "excess" peanuts of
t I The general opinion of the meet- who do not comply with, Mrs. Ruby Corbett c
t Vacation in son which should prompt the civic I semester. growers
Reid Green of Atlanta
125PB f'OOMi11' came by ing was satisfactory clearing the i minded citizen to basic their farm acreage allotments, and Mrs. Patricia Winbur.
vmae' last week going home after a busi- situation support a available to Johnny Mobley (coL:: ) .t
for a go forward move- progressive, continous law enforce- Mrs. Kate Adicks is much improved price support will be I I ;
ness trip to Jacksonville. He .
never Miss Corbett Syr
t.g.t lir ment. I in health and attended the "eligible" growers (who comply Myra
stays long. just long enough to I pccgr'arnR. . family night supper at the Presby- with their peanut allotment) at the Mrs. Bobbie McdeHan ,;.1
pass the time of day and as he "The February meeting of the Alton MfcCullers .".
I to full level of the available support. ,
C. Hubbard1 sister of C. terian Church. She plans a trip '
leaves, asks about friends hedoesn't Mr.
dub is. in Eddie CoxFranklin
chargef B. Harrison his neice, Mrs. Har- the southern part of the state be- The law directs peanut price sup
have time to visit. ) the Social Relations .
: committee.Mrs. JenkinsEaoise
level be-
fore work under quotas at a
she starts again. port
I' diss Bowness! and her daughter
Reid passed his boyhood here: It Jim
Camp chairman and the .5. tween 75 and 90 percent of parity, Roberson coL)
Nancy of Ocala Florida last
must have been a pleasant time. meeting win be in the home of were Janie B. Bryant (col.) .
minimum depending
Mrs.: Wimpy Weeks and two little with the upon
RESORT MOTEL. weekend of Harrisons.
:= He seems to me to linger a momentas Mrs. Avie Harrell at 3:30 guests ..
Febnmry Johnny Register
l'' daughters visited her parents the supply. The marketing quota :
if, did he have time, he would 8. The Florida Power Corp.: thru of Mrs. Mary Henderson
>.i 100%Air Condmofwdond Healed i' Anne McKelvey and Myrtle Jeer here this wek.SIGNS penality is equal to 75 percent
tell me something funny that happened Mr. Collum has I
.,luxurious Fresh Water Pool requested the pro- the price-support leveL James Davis Cool)
f ; Convenient. lo Golf Courses, Roe back in. .that. pleasant time. gram. They will also give the door nings both of Jacksonville were Of the 1328 Florida farmers who Mrs. Vivian Smith ,'
here the past Sunday Anne visited
[J Tracks, All Recreation, Supper, prize. We are insured of a good her C. FOR SALE voted in the Dec,11 referendum, Mrs. Julia Land
the B.
1 and Mite dubsPhonM President Kennedy used a term program. The subject: Using lightsin 91.9 percent approved quotas for Alton Miller r
In oil Rooms, I 1ike-that torch of Idealism. decoration. Plan to come if you :Myrtle went on to Jennings: to see JASPER NEWS another 3 period. Jacob Gandy Cool)
Combination: Tub end Sowar and I know indeed we make no progress are interested. her parents Mr.: and Mrs. Jody Mo-

Tiled Both In Every (Unit toward the noble things with CalL "

Fooitfd* CofTM Siep tight MSpaefew out ideals. Dr__R. C, Holmes Sup of the I {. I

'I 1' S. Tallahassee district of the Methodist A 4-H Boy Writes a letter of Appreciation. II

I s loupe..... HMO*). Mr. C. B. Harrison was taken to church and Mrs. Holmes were I
CrgaiandTV. of ] Mr. E. C. Browne ><
Ij the hospital Monday afternoon. guests the church here Sunday
(I; Looted CCraclfr a Hncytt, Bay i . Jan. 27. 1 P. O. Box, 351\I to '

: '. JBhrm 1-6473 Parents and teachers, pupils and . I Jasper, Florida .foI\ 0;

school officials and interested Co. day to Jacksonville to greet her Dear Mr. Borwne,
:; W''I I officals met at the Elementary youngest grandson Joseph Timothy I I deeply] apprecite your helpful- 1.t0 NuVE '

'I 1 ISLAND HOUSE MOTIL I school Thursday evening of last Harper son of Joe and MaybeUe I ness in taking .of your time andmoney ;

week-that bleak cold evening Hendricks, Harper born Jan. 24. to sponsor 'the 4-H club ,
46 tflsnea'/ ? I when one's own fireside was a Weight 9 lbs and. .3.ounces. calendar for the 4-H clubs.I I tt ,

I, tempting place. There were about have been in the 4-H dub for
200 in attendance. Register worked my block two years. At the end of this school
I for.the March of Dimes and since : year. I will have completed three f' I
we both are ,enthusiastic for the years of 4-H Club work. In 1961 and

National Foundation she told me of 1962, I had poultry for
' a project
a little 2 and one half old girl -{
year When the
fryers big
STUMP BROS. were enough to '.
Fay ,Register daughter of Mr. and I eat we fried some at times and RETT ,. .:". .

Mrs. Loyd Register over in Jack- they were very good This year I .., .
sonville whose inability to walk has I
300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia recently been diagnosed as Cere- halve Home three Improvement projects which, Gardening include:, 1

bral Palsy. About twice a week a 'I and Safety.
nurse from Hope Haven tames for
For the past two years. I have
; the little girl and she is given a attended the 4-H ,r
camp at Cherry
,therapy treatment. ..... .' .
Lake. I hope to go again this year. : -
Hope Haven National Foundation
- In 1962 I attended the north Florida A I..
; "and: what have: you that works on ,
State Fair at Tallahassee Flori .
4 this tion"line. is to me "goodness in ac da. Recently"I'was elected re-I '. ,..,T

porter for the Jasper Senior 4-H. .': V
4 Club Air Andrews: has given me'
: QUALITY FIRST Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly -
I tips on how to make the best of my
on the weekend were their daughter jobs and improve community.I TOTAL ELECTRIC jr
BUILT IN OVEN AND Evelyn; White and her children, am a Freshman my at Jasper High ; .
192.36 .
".: COOK TOP, Westinghouse .j., . t Dale and Terry.. School. Since being in the 4-H club ? :
I have had' something to work for. : ,
ATTIC FAN 36-inch i Mr. and Mrs. Benton Smith spent :

With Shutter, .,. . .... . 72.00 ,Sunday in Jacksonville with Doris For be the a club next members three years and strive I intendto to._,.-'.'..". _". ,,.-,_ M ... ,
and Milton O'Kelly and young John # :
do in making / :
' ny part my community :: 4/E'
,? 1 10.00 I Virgie Cone says she is sure she strong and a better place to live ::/f/ .

Atlas . . .'. .-. . ... . .',", can. come February 16 for the Your truly :- '... ',

WINDOW BURGLAR I Jeanie Audition at Stephen Foster. Dennis B. Smith. P ':-7:': -, ;T \
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i i GUARDS . . . . . Mr. R. H. Hubbard of Jackson- PRESBYTERIANS HONOR "

DOOR. MAHOGANY ville a nephew of Mr. C. B. Harrison THE BLACKMOX FAMILY .. '
4.75 having lunch with them '...
2-0 x 6-8 . . . . . Monday was when Mr. Harrison was It was family night at the JasperPresbyterian Flip, dial l, switch or push a button. .-*, '

/ 3 SCREEN DOORWINDOW taken ill. Church, WednesdayJan. Total electric living gives you more comfort '<
'A .
30 and
a special family nightat "
(.: 2-6 x 6-8 . . . .i .\ of that: It waVthe time they had ... j. convenience and leisure. .. 1.1 I, '
: Aluminum'28x46 chosen to honor Dr. Bill and Dot -1 -'.
SCREEN, : the Hotel Commission comes by Blackmon and three boys, Billy, Swish through a morning's wash II
i .u.: y 2.56 .
i:: . often to see them.. Howard. Bobby who are leaving with your electric washing center. ,

YS AD PLYWOOD Mrs. Jimmy Bell (Luci HUD of soon to make their home in Eau Turn a tap for an endless supply t'
Saflie. At time in the old
SHEET . .-. :;. . 6.90 Oxford. :Miss. has been spending building a large supper table groaned with of hot,water. Admire the way your homt
!4" AD PLYWOOD and several Mrs.days Bid with Hill of her Jennings.parents Luci Fabulous food. Down the center of stays dean with electric heating. 1(.

SHEET . :' . .,. 2.35PREFINISHED is lab technician at the U of Miss. ribbon the dining tables trailed centered narrow and red And cook the most delicious rotate i' ,

PLYWOOD:: hospital. Jimmy Belt the husband streamers now .. imaginable with.a precision I
then with red Camillas valentine
5.10 is completing his last year in U. of
motif ,and suggestive of fiieu bIps. heat electric range. '
.. Miss for his Ph. D in Science.

BIRCH! . ... : :: : : .,: : : : .7.GS: : . The It was young a well people organized after serving affair. No wonder the new homes are ,

,. *" SHEETROCK OFFICER INGREDIENT TRAINING IN DEU.QUENCY- VITAL their plates went to the other room cI Medallion homes. 1 iIt's. i I

..', 140 in the compound: for their own :
4x8 SHEET .,. .r.' ." . CONTROL brand of enjoyment.The a much nicer way to five. .
Hoover Director
By Joba Edgar ,
OAK FLOORING NO. 1 coMP ', Federal Bureau of Investigation older group took their laden-

M .'. .'.':. .'.:'.t.* '.-. . 185.00 ed plates to the supper tables. riid1 /
a.V Where the Blacfcmons sat the

11 FELT! 15 Ib. Carole James table'was centered by a large basket rl17 FLORIDAPOWER 1.

Per Roll . .-. . .' : . 2.15 .I of red & white blossoms. After
the dinner with pleasant 00;: (
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KEY-IN-KNOB *} Hats tions, Mr. Ed Montgomery"x'r

LOCKS . .. .'. .. <:.,. 4.25 dIced the program. r r-h w 4 aa1.a taMSlkrHao.
First was a speech by the .
,, LIGHT BULBS Valdosta Ga. "
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Walter Judd especially appropriate

Ea. ,. 3ft for church group a&bo bj; A&A, von you Jive Detf r,/tlrfcJ/y.. ,
Era Lowtber Mgr.Fbcoe
WINDOW'-C record: player it was thought bj, with Eltctric for Lhrtoff 1at
j ALUMINUM AWNING. :[ A. M -M 4: some it could have: been cheered. ..: ? fI, Appttnc9t, Light

NO. 23, NU-AIR' . . .'. : .. Name ]Brand. Bate Mr. Ed Mommy pastor r aadi1JJJktnepower Wiring .:.

S 'se-" .; to the church in his own direct sincere .

: See Us For All Your'Building Needs I .... .. way paid tribute to the BIaeII -.,.,.;.

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: ; "" -- 1 1il did any in benefits 1955 and at we all from.rn t this reeling additional Giving Thanks. Always For all Things feeling of good. will toward their

F. H. A. LOANS* il-". '. ., You And Yifcr SCl i II ;i:: $30.000.00As the other'sys.- Unto, God The Fathei'it fellow man I shaB, the+LohS be

in & j. I tems of the state continue to raise ] =The Names Of Willing, devote timer and; energy to

Hamilton Comity i : .'by M L. Powell. Principal. J d*per Schools ; their evaluatien:wail if the Hamilton Our Lord Jesus Christ Ep.' 5:20f.* the end that as! many; as desire
OB 3 Beautiful Models County; :Dififest:remains static cart hear the trUth of Gods word

I this situation ,will become 'more free. from anyones optanens or hob-
Quality Homes We were quite well pleased In- bilieve that a good guess would be critical as fan as the Board of I I "A VOTE OF THANKS, essence of these words. bid and again I say thank you.

Y r LEE deed with the very fine group: of around 200.< ) After a pleasanf visitation Public;; Instruction: is concerned I j One of the blessings a deraoc-|: if at any time as these'srtic hs I love5 the souls of all men and have

parents and friends who bravedthe period In the various homerooms Here is a- problem. 11[appear by the grace of the owner net desire to become anyones enemy -

BUILT ON, YOUR LOT, sub-freezing weather on last ) and special science exhibit "The possibilities for a building ;acy such as ours is the wonderful taM! staff of the Jasper News you however I have never been
'spOnsored by the Science: Club under ..privilidge of the freedom of speech j I Ii I should have !known to sacrifice the truth to keepa
amr questions
prod have : any pertaining -
OR beencarefulfj*t srad-
OF Thursday evening to attend the
second annualBack (. the direction of Mr. Bethea Jed and analyzed:; J.IiReM and i and of the press where those' who!1[i to anything appearing in friend and may God help me to

LAND to School "Students" for the evening assembled I Jfeur high school'' principal l'nf: del !desire can voice their sentiments I them please feel free to write or remain of the same convictions until -

No Down Payment Night for parentsof ,' in the school cafeteria with and I a special trip to Tallahassee to explore (and even criticism when they desire -|II III [leaD the name and number which such time as my eyes may close

Up to 30 to the Jasper Ele .;were immediately confronted ( every possibility securing I without fear of persecution. so I,usually appears at the end of each In death. If you are reading these
years pay definite problems I
some very perhaps said article. articles and it isn't too mush Inconvenience
mentary and I some state aid for a building, pro- (long as they refrain from defamation -
Sy4% Interest and baffling
high schools Due, more imperative lge n. We found non State aid of character etc. I desire to'> Something; else may just be well to you would you be
Call orfite I ., than those faced by the regular .for the so kind as to let us know This
to duplication of school building; construction is use space so graciouly given to mention if I'm allowed to do so
The two
ft.STEWXRTMoiiIirieGa parents being enrolled j(students from day presented to day. to the|based strictly and solely upon pop to this writer each week In which i I'in this writing ,and that is the writer possesses a set of Bible filmstrips -
in different main problems? ulation and pupils growth. Under ,articles of religious significance are j I warm welcome and friendly attitude which he would be happy to
Bar-fIG& I what would be the
rooms we:group was propoi .this formula and setup we do not Usually( presented to extend a I I which has been displayed to view with you at your leisure andconveicnce
Ph 985-2931. J 985-1241 have not deter- approach and steps to take in !(qualify for any building assistance >hearty tha.nk'OO to the editor and I my wife, my children and myself which show the story
mined the exact f order to provide a new and plant from the. state leveL We were advised I'staff of the Jasper News for allow- i has been typical of the old; of creation through the book of

enrollment for the evening but wet I to accomodate school the students junior of Jasper sen-: ,i' as to two possible directions ting these articles to appear in the j saying "SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY" Rev. which can do no harm and

-- -. ior high in. the,that we might; ,take: in order to provide j j paper. It has never been and I have found In the Great possibly much good to any who
other problems lay
direction to be taken in order to the necessary building funds.'never will be my intention to pro-state of :Florida a people who are wish to see them.
financial/One was to encumber a necessary'YOke a religious controversy thru .the type In general who give the
I Ill ,. circumstances bolster the distressing faced by the County i annual amount of the money derived the: pages -of this fine paper my world a reason to wish that they Kenneth E. Thomas
Commissioners and the Board i from race track securing to.,!only intentions are a sincere desireto too' were Americans. I can't but Evangelist. Oak Grove

; .of Public Instruction. No solutionto the Board of.Public Instruction for help as many as possible to an be optimistic about the work of the Church of Christ
these problems were reached, school purposes. Such financing I understanding of many of those i Lord imotis a people with such a'' Phone WE843W1. i

''during' the evening; in fact, there I would carry rather: high rate of things which are seriously Important :. -- -
j interest and further deplete the op. concerning our souls salva- -r
that there ;
been anticipation ri'S'll'WAIlMEJE'
had no i erational funds of the Board The.ition. The plea of the church of t H a If Pt
f s
forth I
Chance would be any solution !'other 'I? .YAt.'llEylAIl<1
'during the evening. The main course was to float a bond ( had been for many years -
I!program to be retired over a specified ,"WE SPEAK WHEN THE BIBLE ,
purpose of the meeting was to get number of years. This problem I SPEAKS, AND REMAIN SILENT '. I' We have rich health-
people together so that the problems I
the I I demands imntediate and careful WHERE THE BIBLE IS SILENT"jl :
packed for
,: could be squarely placed rr i creams every
consideration. Peter 4:11 carries with it the { '
f (
+ before them and that the people!I Mr. Jack Watson newly elected I I I !- occasion. Top tonight'sdessert
I could have an opportunity to consider .
in Chairman of the County Commiss- I with a generous
I the problem and : I!sioners, summed it up pretty well 4. There seems to be a need for a j I helping of
for the best feather-light
\ (I terms and possibilities :!for that board when he said, "The I careful study and some revision:
7&cw eY3LL4zty solution to these problems. County is practically broke and of the present tax structure of the i ( 4&;,, whipped cream.

t I pre-1euited i I something must be done" t.{.'county that will result in a wider .
[ I r Although there were no solutions participation and more equitabletax

/ BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST I II slating on one hand in securing adequate I forth coming: from this meeting, program for the county. r Use OurQwc. .

BAPTIS CHURCH operational funds from I I several emerging principles did We would like to point out here .. k Drive-in J
Pastrr Rev. Henley I I Between Jasper and Jennings month to month and on the other y seem to be brought to ligjit. I that as the Principal of your school .z : It
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Sunday School ____ 10:00 a.m. on highway? 41 the problem of raising funds in 1. School plant facilities for the .that we feel a very keen sense of I Service Service __. 11:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll order to build the necessary plant I I Jasper Junior and senior high responsibility In pointing out both
Training: Union 6:30.I facilities. One outstanding reason 'school pupils must be provided at the operational and the building! ON -
Worship Service ...... 11 to 12 I l
Evening Worship __ 7:30 [Sunday Evenings Service ..... 7:00 I causing the school board to be in the earliest possible moment as needs of your school. It is not our zr.
Midweek financial straits as far as operational well meeting the capital the method PURE, SWEET
Prayer Service every 33 : outlay j 1 responsibility to spell out -
Wed. Evening Bible ... 7:00 I
Wedntaday:: at 730 p.m. I funds are concerned is due need of the other schools of the or the plans whereby these i lackadaisical(ad MILK
'- Phone WE8-2091 I to the manner in which the Minimum !needs be i Or Itmi *'d5nous lass
JASPER METHODIST I county. r\: I are to met. We are not and other
Foundation Program to Edur 2. That the will have Just ner ->re milk
county to expert on tax or school and
The ;Friendly Rev; O. C.Church"Pastor Howell. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH |cation operates. In order to participate ;['assume a larger and'moie proportionate -,,!tan county finance preblems: -that is To make ..t peppy class. Dairy Product

ORDER OF R RVICE Sayer Canova, Pastor. in these funds a system must I -share financing the opera 1'not our realm.'That is a matter for

Sunday School .... ..... 9:45 a.m. Sunday School at .-_-t. ,,. 9:45 I raise locally, a sum proportionateto ( tional and building costs of its the people and those In positions of
Morning Worship ..4 11:00 a.m.Ev Morning Worship ,, __ 11:00 a.m.I I a six: mill l levy on a state wide schools. 'responsible administrative authority
Tyon. ** invited Training Union 6:16 ; assessment of all non-exempt real 3. The County Board of Public to determine. We will be most
EVENING} SERVICES Evening Worship 7:30' estate and personal properties. As Instruction and the County Commissioners I happy to go along with and endorse a It 1r.

Junior Fellowship .-. 6:00' pan.. Prayer Services Wednesday other countries in other sections of must have increased reve- any program submitted to
Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 pjn. --- *, at:.7:30 p.m. I the state have increased the assessment nue if they are to have sufficient the people for the purpose of meet-
i Youth Fellowship! 6:00 p.m.1 JASPER CHURCH- OF COD : evaluation of their propertiesthe funds to provide for the schools ling the needs of the children of our
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. I Rev. Earl Deas income for the Hamilton County and continue to render essential Our task: is to show the

\" YouthJSocial Hour _, 3:00 Sunday School. ....,.... 10:00 a.m ; Board of Public Instruction has services bribe county. urgency of the matter.
Morning Worship ,.__,. 11:00 am. decreased. To illustrate: in 1965 -
BETrftL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST 1 I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. it took approximately 11U mills at

\ Bible Study at 10 man each Sun. I TUESDAY [the local ,level to meet Hamilton ..
Church Service 11 a.m. 7 p.m.I Prayer Meeting 7:30' County's Contribution to the Minimum -
Each First and 3rd Sunday. FRIDAYS p.m. I Foundation Program. This FORD
PBYE 6:00:< P.m. each Sunday Y. P. E, ...-... .... 7:3Tp.m.( was roughly $40,000.00. Today it '- build the fun in.. I
V Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor takes about lilt mills or roughly ,- t
-- rftESBYTZKI-RW: CHURCH )570.000.00. In other words it is
i JASPER PRESBYTERIAN ''WHITE SPRINGS costing the county about? $30,000.00a build the out!
Rev> >ruh'ljfontgomerp ir. Pastor year more to participate in the worry
Rev. E. F. Montgomery? JR., : EvAing Sc rte _7:3d. p., nt&URNHXM Minimum Foundation now than it -
"Sunday School .9:45 a. nu ;i -.-. : Spend fifteen minutes at your Ford,Dealer's-see how much difference the right Idea

Services, 11:00 II I CHURCH'CHRISTIAN t I makes! These'cars are more fun than car have ever been before. The Super Torque Arpences 1 fMStest, '

*---JASPER- ADVENT- --I JPaul: IL.'Stevfcafct, IPMto_? LOW INTEREST ; ,. Ford (foreground) has V-8's up to 405 horsepower, a $10 million ride, rich interiors and most Ceue-n ee oarslwwccuww f fI4luxury I

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. same -:School t each:;Sunday .ili-00ChurclT LONG TERM features like an optional Swing-Away steering wheel. The sleek new Fairlane

Travis Carter c .Service Second dn9 $*d&rfhd ..'.. "middleweight (center) is quick, nimble, solid as a bank-and offers America's newest FO R D
Sunday School...... 10 am. :S i ys ,:11:00 *- LOANS :
i r..f. V-81 Don't miss Falcon (top)-now with a new dash of fun, including the firsf Falcon __.
Morning Service .......11:00 a.m.1 (CYFj. ind!.\.;....: :. .' &. &ye&2d: bd. .3 '-Ma.--.e
Sunday Night;Service .... 7:30 pmt J Fourth_ Sunday nights ...... 6:3Q Thru the convertible.The 63 cars from Ford.are designed to be less trouble than cars have ever fbUISW:

t Wednesday 'p.ight: .. been before.They're tight, quiet, solid as they come-:'and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Year

Chptf Practice .. 720 I ..th1i DLsT Federal f Land Bank (or 6,000-mile( ) Maintenance! CjKrifeM3tiaMf?{ sau CM w.sra

Prayer Service .., 8:00 p.m.". "Enter .=most t.-Pray" Live: Oak : FO 2-1525

r DIVON1A BAPTIST tHURCN: Pastor: des W. Rogers $r.
WALLACE F. BENNI TT.'Pastor f.f Sunday School eficfrSundaylOsum.! .

Sunday School -._____10 am.reaching Prayer 1 Meeting: ea !Thurs, 8 p.m.

) ...... 11 &om. Worship Services 2nd and 4th r' sx
r. ----- LIVE OAK
Training Union .......... 630pm.. I Sundays at U &m.arid, at 8j>.m .-'

Preaching 7:00 p. NEW HOPE': n APTIST CHURCH 311 J 1 South Ohio Avenue .8

.4 Wednesday night Prayer Sunday, School every Sunday at
Meeting -_ _-. '-C:> :30 -pan. 10:30 a.m.
Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
WEST LAKE CHURCH 6F>id6 Training Union. r:......+' 6:30 \ m.

ti Sunday Schoot--.:.....40J00: *Ja, Prayer. Meeting, on JfVednesday at
Y.P.E. Sunday .___ 6:30 p.m. .7:30) p.m.MISSIONARY: .
i Prayer Meeting. Thurs. .. 7:30 )).m BAPTIST

/'WHITE SPRINGS( Jttnnln7 Florida ...
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bro. W: D.. steWart. Pastor

Ber. C. E.*W 11et". Pastor Sunday S Iboo .m.J '
Sunday ScK6ol. .. .t..10:00 a.' 1 _: M'y) + ?
Morning Service .P._,.. 11:00 3xn._ raehln% Each Sunday at 1" V
l.4 Training Union ____?. 7:00 !yjn* 1 llrOO a,-TO.,-and 7:30 p. m. { S! : :
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each: Wednesday
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. I at 7:30 ])..JD.I .
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard I W. H. Woodard, Pastor : -- Fataw Mm 2-Dow Sdi

Sunday School _______ 10:00 ajn. Sunday. School ?... .10:00 A.2n. .
(A elass for every age group) Morning Worship ....-. 11:00 a.m.J .4
Serried 11:00 Raining: Union ";j' a..a'
Youth Worship Fellowship 6KQ) p.m._J Evening Worship-..-.-.. 7:30 p.m. ...,...H,.,.. .,W... NN..brrwK..Jai.L ; .'a. ', -,'.,.- "'a,." ",*,

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE 'Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 'pjn. 6
c 'White Springs every ,Sunday at .. 'f ,
11:00 a4a GREEN ftII>GE CHURCH Ir
Swift Creek. each Thfro71 Sundayat 'OF COD r

f / 3:00 pAu, I, "Rer. George F Newton t

MOrt1b1i'WcSt' 'hip.,.....11K)0) a.m rrttwSOO Sports Coop
STATENVILLE .GEQRQU: + : WnBneaday Night ___ 7:30 pan.Prayer I
Allen Brooker. Pastor Service
Sunday School ld'cOb'1ni./ Y.- P.- 'E.lH&ay Night ":30 .
:Worship Service 2nd and, 4th ') .r '-=---, --.o------- : s. i it
:Sundays ,..- -.... __.... 11:00 am JENNINGS, ASSEMBLY OF"COD
.I" Jr. and Sr. MYF- Each Sunday at 1 "CHURCH t ..

i 7:00 pjn. I'' Sunday School, each Sunday at10iOO'a.m : ---
Prayer Meeting Each TBnrida1iit .t i :

( MYF Social 8:00 Hour pja.Each Thursday I Services Each: Sunday morning

and:eveaiug }
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF Old time# Gbcpel'Sing last Frda>

1 THE NAZARENE each month ............ -a p.m; 6} 1 1a
p J Fa slam Rev..:o. E. Thompson F _
Leslie C. Pee, Pastor FortfatateJOO/XI. .
Soaday School :l&tS) ..Ur:I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ::1 2 onr MrRo "+ .I 7 H '

Preaching Service ......310.A.K, STATENVILLE. GEOftGIA
D. W. Kan>ton, Pa *er |
veIng Service **!JU" 7i3Q P.1L
(Services Each Sunday J
:.Wedaesday PnjerK etmg' 7A 'f!
Sunday School 10:90 xonr
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morning Worship 114)0) mjn. '-
TrainIng Union 6:30 pjp. .;... .f..
BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service Wednesday .t -
Bra. Wool, Paster 7:10 p ni.

JStmday School, ,(every Sunday .at 7pno. 'Lewis Motor
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...:-. _PAGE SIXd; .,:,_': ,__ _.... ___.: .. __ THE: JASPER NEWS,...JASPER.; .F> 9L&- '..e__ ...- .. ,,.: .. ,_._ ___ >" _" J Friday: :, February 1 1..J 1963 !

> 'BurnhanpNews :i urday ar r .night'ancf 1
'; parents Mr.-JJi\ $ -u1 i- ) "' ;4 aU )leto_ others Jnjneedl Civic
By'!:LOIS ZIPPEBEi; ., ; tijCouncil >" I organizations. are 'cHarItahT<2i peg
> van. They came theirYother J; .r To ,!\.l I Woods' Eire Report I
'l ;> L-.s <, I : pIe are1hvitedl to contribute fundsto 1
.- America's Defense, son Ouis'ALa; eT\1 .. J.t the Council: ,for usfr in stocking
., b i'Of
Nursing Program
What'constitutes the buhvark of the week. with his grandparents.. .- The flSiii ill J off!:.God SIIg lastFriday' wtJ tbe'Lban Closet: .TJiese,should be The local Florida Forest Se ivce

clot liberty and independence It is ; ,night.*'was, opened 'with'The' The Second Annual ]I3ac3.ToSchool Health Dept submitted to Mr. Russ lt' Alderman today gave the following information
I '. on Forest fires suppressed in-
Harian and 1lfary Martha Lambert congregation1 enjoyed
not..our frowning battlements our prayer Night for, Parents held in the SecretaryTnjasurer.A Hamilton county during. the past

bustling sea coast ,our army andour and son_Chuck.of Deland.,- visited the singing After very; much the and also pickles the the Elementary, $cfi) lunch room To provide Hamilton County citizens medical Advisory Committee year by these causes: I

Y navy. These are not our reliance -I l their parents, Mr> and Mrs. crackers specials., and chicken sing and;rice and was attended by approximately 200 I with better medical care the I will advise the public health LJgtning 22, Campfires 1. smoking -
Ralph Cunninghonuover the week- interested parents and patrons of Health Department has worked Nurses about 'nursing and medical
against tyranny: All those, drinks were served. 5. debris burning 9, Incendiary'
''end 11' .: the school. Rev,.Sayer Canova since last August to establish a procedures and practices. This I
may be turned against us with- e' .,.a ,. Everyone enjoyed night.the We Basketball played,, Pastor of the First Baptist Church I Home Nursing Program. Now with committee win consist of a local 5, Machine use 3, MissceUaneous 4 +!

out making us weaker for the Strug ,I' Mr. and Mrs..Walter Geiger of I Jasper game .,Saturday. of Jasper gave devotional. re- the aid of its Advisory Council the clinical physician and the Hamilton Total fires 49.
t marks for the evening. Mr. Jimmy program will ,be incorporated ands Health officers. Acres burned last year was 238,
gle. Our reliance !is the love of liberty j(Jasper and Mr/Rufus Culbreth and Mr. and Mrs. Linburg Kinsey County
; wbch God has planted in US'!daughter Margaret had dinner Sunday -I'j J(I of Statenville were Saturday guestof Dunaway, President of the I upon a forma basis which will A policies committee,win study There was a reduction in fires over :1

our defense is.}the spirit which I'{ with Mrnd JMrs.. Charlie :Mr. and Mrs. John H. HOLJ local P. T. A., presided over the aBow it to make important contracts formulate .revise, and make deci- the year" of 1961 by 12 .also
prized,liberty as'the heritage of all <','Deas. "" 'J The Junior Choir from the meeting. Mr. Billy Hill Chairman] and 'receive grants in aid I I sions about any matter of policy of acres burned by 382. ,1

men in an lands everywhere. *,\ 9 I I I Jennings Missionary Baptists of the Jasper School''Building Survey from. Government sources. On which is not technically medical. ",
Abraham Lincoln I' Wilson and' Doris Herring and church sang at the First Baptisti Committee gave a back groundof Monday night January 21, 1963, Judge McCormick is the Chairman CARD (toF THANKS
work and activities of the com- the Public Health Nurses and I #
children anoV-f er'and brother i The executive committee will
i Oak. There consist
Church in Live were I wish to thank friends and
Mrs. Jimmie Deas left last Tues-:Mr. Bryant Herring1 and Hehbert I'j I several choirs there. Everyone'I mittee up to the present time. Mr Health Officer met with the Hamilton of the chairmen of the other neighbors, and the my hospital: staff (
day for Oakland Park Florida
T. Reid Superintendent of County Public Health
Harry Nursing
Herring spent Sunday with their:enjoyed the program very much. i three committees and the officersof for their kindness and consideration .
visit her son-in-law and I
daughter sister Mrs.'Annie Morgan. I Public Instruction for Hamilton Advisory Council to review the the Council. It win also act '
The Jennings Missionary Bap- as
during recent in the
.(Mr. and Mrs. Drew V. Morgan. ; .I.. ..i ,e, I tist Church brought back the twoi )'!County, gave a report of the financial Charter prepared by Judge John a nominating committee. hospital. my stay
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Essie Homer Soffivan: of Jacksonville; Sunday: School banners. The ,ages position of the school Board McCormick: The Charter defines According, to the rules which George Roberson, Jr.4H .
Mrs. Wynn of Lee ,
spent' I and much informative data concerning the name, object, membership bylaws -
with his
sever parents I were mostly; from 5-16 years of age govern the establishment of public
last week hi Hamilton with her
son the operation of the school subscribers and officers of
Mr, and Mrs Joe* Sullivan.
; [ There was a total of twenty eight I I Health Home Nursing it MEETINGThe
; services
: and daughater in-law Mr. and Mrs. t; j from Jennings. i He explained the operation of the this non-profit corporation.The : J
M; C. Wynn. will be necessary for the Nurses
j I "Mr. and Mrs. George Young Jr. I The many friends of Mrs. Minimum Foundation of educationand members of the Council !to request patients to pay a fee. I meeting was called to order +

.. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER and daughter Theresa and Jenny George Stephens was sorry to learnof : what was happening to our are, Mr. Guy McGhin president The Council chose to set the fee by Sharon Sapp. Gail Hayes, and

A miscellaneous shower was were over from Perry spending I I the death of her sister Mr. 'school system in operational fundsas Mr. W. B. Feagte vice president I at one dollar per visit., Payment Alice, Gail lead in the pledges to I
counties in other sections of the
given at the home of Mrs. Ralph Sunday with' -thei parents, Mr.::Sowell of Sarasota Florida. Mr. Russell Alderman secretary of fees fa not mandatory and those [the flags. Emily read the 100th

Cunningham Wednesday January and Mrs. George. .Young. Sr. J I We are proud to see Mr. Glenn i'state increased of their the now assessed exempt evaluation real- TreaWer, Mr.' Leonard Register who are unable to pay one dollar Psalm. Connie read the min. Shar-

23 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. honoringMrs. 'Nunn lip and going again. and dot Rev. O. C. Howell Mr. Rance Andrews may pay less or nothing as they ron asked for new and old business
David Ung and chil- properties while that of Ham
Jimmy Don Padgett formally and1G. I I Ing so well. I testate Mr. Woodrow Wise Mr. M find necessary. Experience in Mrs. White had some new businessWe
dren nts Mr. and ihon County remained approximately
!MIss Sybil Dykes of Live Oak. Mrs. | I :Mr. Sammie: McGauley has accepted Mr. L. Powell Mr. Watkins Saunders other counties which have Public talked about the fashion show
Mrs. and :Mr. and at the same
Padget received many lovely and I a job surveying In Fort of the Mr.. Park Deas, Judge John McCormick Health Home Nursing Programs The meeting was adjourned by
,lack Vinson, Chairman '
useful: gifts. Cake and coffe were Mrs. Tom Keeling over, in Pinetta :Myers Florida. I Board of County.Com.mJssioners: Mr. Bobby Kent Mns. (Baker) indicates that most people Sharon Sapp.charitableness.
served. ,Sunday afternoon.: : Mr. and Mrs. Jonnie McElwain i I i I Lois Curry Mrs. Wylma White Dr. prefer to at least small
., ,vf,-'e',,, 6.;'.* was vi sting in Jennings Saturday j'I told of the financial plight of the ,George M. Dame. Health Officers part of the pay fee Whatever some money is
and I his views the
last :Mrs. Franklin::Gaston is spendingthis night I county gave on 'and' the chairman of the Medical of Hamilton County.
collected will
Mrs.Ruby: Ragans spent be used to purchaseor
: I I need for revision of the present tax Each of the Council deserves"
in one
week TaBahasssee with her ,:Mrs. Viola Holland .
Friday with her sister and family and Mrs. Advisory Committee are ex-officio repair equipment for the Loan
daughter and Hollis and Ger McDonald structure i, of the county. Mr. Powell great commendation by all of our
Mr. and Mrs. George Young* Sr. Ian Myrtle visited Brother members. The public Health Closet.
Edward and Ruby Alderman trade McCulkiuljH; HoUis is just Jones who is critial ill in Gainesville j I Principal of the Jasper Nurses of Hamilton County: are Mrs Community.
presented the needs of the The
building formation of the Hamilton
were up from Tampa.spending the home from th'Fhpspital: hospital. Brother Jones was : Bess Jones and Mrs. Dorothy Con ADVERTISINGPAYS
weekend; with their parents Mr. 't n .J A 1 our pastor at the Assembly'God I Jasper Schools and outlined somesuggested nolly. Officers will serve for a County; public'Health Nursing Council IN
Leonard anat iewel McCulley Church for time plans where by funds is further evidence of the progressive
and Mrs. Gordon Alderman. some period of one year, being elected at
,. spent Sunday"afternoon in :Madison Mrs. Walter ',Wynf 1i\\Jj\ might be derived for this purpose. the annual meeting of the year in Clvie'spirit and Christian THE JASPER NEWS

So put a little loving into the work County with' Their brother andsIsterinlaw ,asthma again butj/ I There was also on display two original October .Meeting will be held the i ----

e. you do. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest friends wish her a speedy: 'r cotiery. designs for a complete build- night of the third Monday in January -

A little bit of gladness a little bit McOilleyI I :Mr. Charlie McGauley is remodeling -I 5ng:;: program. There were also April. July and. October. KING ,HARDWAREAND
of e designs on display for a school
you j I his store, Restaurant,
The public Health Nurse of Ham-
A little bit of- sweetness ,a little Jimmy Herring:,son of, and Mr. and kitchen so it more !,plant that would-,provide! 1000 fallout 'ilton has
II County always supplied a
bit of song. and Mrs. Joseph Herring of Yulee convenient to his c "." 'h 'r- I protection spaces at a cost of certain amount of Home care. The FURNITURE COMPANY

,. Not a: day will seem too tiresome is spending,sevetal' days this week some additional $62,000.00. Just ,
Not a day win seem too long. with his grandparents; "Mr. and Mrs. JASPER ,before the close otlhe; meeting Mr. !two new program has made possible
public Nurses and with
i Featuring
Author unknown, Melvin Sel t.Heats home on thirty Dunaway conducted a question .
MAYO the formal Advisory Council, contracts -
ROUGMflfl&HTJasper's period
e e leave and answer that'was participated
day ':and;wiU soon be retuning I+
J I be signed with the
Ed and Dot Leutner and I' to' Glascow basketball TOams won in by several people. Thei may

t Greg.of Macon Georgia spent son Sat- is stationed. Montana wherehe both boys and girls games in a I i i I Possibility of 'sons E:' consolidation' i Florida Council for the blind the I I WATER PUMPS > 0 :, ', _; ,, '*; t

,-- -- -- clean sweep from Mayo on Tuesday I I(,I was raised. Ono,question raised l Veterans Administration the Voca- : :- GENERAL HARDWARE:,-' '':' J
w* _. _,,, tional Rehabilitation Service, and : f J
/" night at the Jasper gym apparently )i i i was that in the even a bond election -
I i on the rebound: from losing the :'' was called would a 'vote for !many other agencies. The nurses" GQJTS- I
by&' $Plt will provide their care only withphysicians
AW4 ''
two big games to Jennings last the bond election be a vote for con- orders. Their duties in APPLIANCES & TELEVISION t
week. ;i solidation. The answer to this
V i "No" These the homes of patients wille similar .SERVICE 1
ttj The girls was especially question was are : :
Whether you are rewiring matters. I to those of nurses n hbspitals.. '
\ exciting;, and the victory more im- entirely separate of done include ?
old house Examples work
your or wiring a new minutesof II On Plumbing
After the the
I pressive because it was Mayo's'first program '
one .Sou,.want quality! at a low defeat of the year and it re- the Executive Committee were j,'giving, bed injections baths physotherapy changing dressings and- .: '* On Appliances, all makes

-- mice. Calf for"the.finest ser- quired an overtime period to settle ',read and approved. These minutes I'the like. .,' I On Television all makes ,
W. o vice afire rg:the.Dricej;' is right. the score. At the end of the regular provided for the following items. I '
i game the score was tied 45-13 \ L Approve expenditures of $150for The Hamilton County.,-'"Public v On Anything!
e e Health Nursing Council '
tHe /I
school library.
and at the nd of the overtime per-
I ,, ",, l iiq iod it was 45-43 in Jasper's favor. 2. Approve expenditure of $50.00 chose to have the following committees IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM

,.;. Leading scorers for the game were '! for the elementary school play- : .

USED T-V Paula Hogan, Ann Camp and Carol ;,ground equipment. A loan Closet Committee: which
wiD receive, store maintain and
McLaughlin. This Jasper girls 5 1 3. Approved and endorsed the issue medical SEE US!
equipment to
wins and 4 losses for the season : Board ofPublic' pa-
t thus far.The
Instruction and the County
for the Amert
many years
Varsity Boys also beat Mayo Commissioners in asking the Tax KING
can Cancer Society Loan Closet is
$ USEDRefrigeratof ,45 to 43, and the game was close all Assessor to make some revision in I j .
v the chairman of this committee
L 't\\ I the Leading' scorers were tax structure of the
way. the
present II'
I Billy Dan, Radford Harvey. The county. (I with Mrs. Wylma White and Mrs. .oao.ti.

and II I t I Hannah Bland as the Co-chalnnen.1 lHdwe. & Furniture Co.
boys haveseven wins eight I i For the expanded ::(

ONLY $75 I losses. r I Community a great variety of medical
The B-Team won also 38-20. Hal ELK'S ORATORICAL rcurstd.rt; equipment no longer being used
Mother waded! SEE THEM Tuten was high scorer. The B- I Anyone having such equipment is PHONE SY2-6041 : : : JASPER
No fuses for Team has been consistently hard to CONTESTEtZel
invited to donate or lend it to the
The light thi J507 of I.B.P.O.
Lodge no
only), four losses thus far in the --
'E. of W. will hold its local orator-
'cal contest February 10, 1963 at
basketball has continued -
a long term trend this year to 3:00 o'clock p.m. at the ,

H better basketball and the spectators ,Lee High School ,

fC 'CTiel CAL PL UMBI/YG S U PCIr 'S in general have had more to The contestants will come from .

cheer for. the two local high schools Carver
The boys will play in the Tournament and J. R. E. Lee at which time a

Ic of the Conference at Cross winner will be selected.

City on February 14-15-16. The student winning the local

".. Group Tournament will be contest will participate in the Dis-

played here Feb. 28 thru: March 2. trict oratorical contest which is to

E ,be held February 24, 1963 at J. R.

,,' E. Lee at 3:00 p.m. Discount
Mortgag@ I I :, The First District Council of the

: Past Exalted Rulers will also meet

I February 24, 1963. We are looking
'f fH for all P E. R's to be at this meet-

: ing.Our
H : oratorical contest which is

i Money : held each year around this time is }

to help some worthy boy or girl to

t : "One thorn of experience is get a scholarship to further his or
... worth a whole wilderness of her education. The public is invited 25%
". 'warning.. to witness this contest. The win I I soOn
Now rA:va !gle % ff"TO
',. I : LowellTo ner of both contest- will be selectedon 0
InJThis/Area: ; all peopl' and On all levels, the basis of content and delivery

: warnings of a wide and varied Floyd Gtbbs. .
e ,J4..T.t: nature are/an accepted facet of Ed Chairman Reporter ...
We Mice'F'ns t' Mort: life. We see them posted on high r

\ ways and byways, on the city

:. "" W'' "\ gage Loans On All streets and splashed across bill NAPKINS-printed to your order Nearly All Merchandise In Our Store- :

boards. We read them in newspapers -

!: 'T ypeofowedR magazines periodicals THE JASPER NEWS When'Sold for Cash! : .

: ? and handbills. Warning,are pro- II I' .

cal Estate fered by a friend foe and casual '

t ..,,- aquaintance they come from MARK. TEN HOMES I! We Overbought at Atlanta Market this year- .
'l'i'-- pulpit and'public Address system Featuring .
Come e in and ror. IOans .
see .us to coaiSj&ct: home
a 'in from thousand
: fact a 100% Financing I I \
off and, 1e media of communica No cloatng coats

pay an existing-home' mprtgagel &e a home, tion.> %\\\ ii l I' .Name Brand MnfrrinN We Mist Make Room

l niadc'additio -hoS&r Despite eJ.1: e>l SBfegs however I Dee+i..
your present farm
''f or on 'aay o cwKtless subjects For Fun infearmatios Centftct
; buy a farm.Serving rraanldfldiidge'nuranbers L J.: How ,
seems prone to involvement in FOR NEW MERCHANDISE
Jasper 8Y 2-63H
Hamilton Suwannee the very' direction: of the warnings -
that trucnpted his doom. '

Perhaps as Lowell observed I

z ':! FEDERALvSAVINGS the thorn of experience. is the Pianos PAY CASH AND SAVE SSS'AT
best teacher.VY' Organs. >.:

:: This tent a W'U1IIBg: merely a

&' LOAN ASSOCIATION frieaSjr uggc ticat,. Oat 700 I New or Itv---.t .

of"VE Indies forget wash day bIDes Kchkr tad m : ... ..
OAK :. am* do,thing* tile easy way atJASPER Caaapben\ ttba9, .t
Nuns and Pee, Basy F. Mf1-
381.tE.JIew ::
.ct+ I+_O ... NhiiihABN Oar df-Mrrfc? buD ler Primes Thomas and! Elm-
Duke Futtiiture .
ban Dedge &
diy and deaaiac is qotcfc
Office Hours:, 8:36 to 36)) onf easy TrsCOLOfiAAL :
w e Mon..:Tues..'Wed.;Prl> and economical. Try H.
Watch lor red date
Thurs. a on yoordry
8:30..m. to 12:30'p.m
cleaning ticket Ms worth HOUSE OF MUSIC foe
Saturday 8:30 ,
turn to 1 p.m. SY2-4961 Jasper
I -Jo Is ttry -ag"tnIIe.. n. 1f PaNeuMes .. Ydiiaiei

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TWO ESCAPEES CAPTURED BY SHERIFF I Colored NewsAnnual 'r Asst. Cubmaster; Miss Rosa LeJJefferson
I What i is. Soui d Dpctrine ,. PassioEHayToOpenluhSeas6n'
:i1 .
r ;.. & '..';h Den Mother; Miss Ella
*;.k-**' v v."i t I :i>..Jt--Jo'. ir- .*. A *-,> .4': "":. .. AND DEPUTIES LAST WEEK riretS: cou t s PI a n, hi: Montgomery. Den Mother: Mr.

j HowrmwQ; determine what j IsSdiij i :-:: "" .-, '._-':." "' I,;: : ; 1 l George Jackson.: Troop Committee*
Doctrine: 1 ThesT 5:214 prove, ... ..f' ''' ., -" '
; At k 'Wa Iv '" Boy mart; Mr. Sam Bryant; TIC, and
all:things hold! fast,to.that. : : -t..which' isgo9 .:. ,' a '"t1Ll. s a .. : '. Rev. Lonhie Newsorae,. TVG.

:'1 ', '.' ,. : *--' yi x'.. '3 ,, 1" ScoutBanquet i

.'By what should we test: all DP : Flans aha preparations arexom- : We have engaged art outstanding +
plete for :th6 .
arine, Isaih 8:20 to the Law and the /opening eleventh sea .. The faculty. aod.'student body'of speaker for the occasion one Lamsure :
Arrivals son of the world famous Black Hills : ;' t
Testimony if they speak not according : Carver High .School of White you will enjoy. The speaker.
to this word there is no Light 1 Play at the natural amphi- .. &.1; Springs' are"leaving stones Mr. Robert Sewell was born November
theatre seating 3,500 ; no unturned -
in them there is a lot of different persons just : 4, 1930, in Raleigh N. C.
a in preparin gfor the annual
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Leslie Cor- south of Lake Wales ,on Sunday .
Doctrine in the world let us be : He has completed the work and
Boy Banquet which is sched--
Feb. .
bett are parents of a baby girl, 10.The 1
sure that what we believe is Sound : :. .; uled for February 6 (Boy Scout holds a BA degree in Business Education
Judy Leneave Corbett, born in Hamilton .
two-andone-half hour religious
Doctrine. Thus sayeth The Lord, i1 from St. Augustine College,
Memorial Hospital on January ;0 .... Week) at 8 p.m. Everyone concerned -
drama, with a of 150 ."
we will not go wrong. cast .'. .n\. is busy contacting relatives, Raleigh. N. C. He was Debit Manager -

f For what is the Scripture profitable 24. persons, features Josef Meier in ;i' \; :,.: ; friends andtu... e&ishers informing of the North Carolina Mutual
the difficult role of the Christus: : .:<.. <,-;:; j,,; Life Insurance Company prior to
2 Tim. 3:16-17 says all > #I them of the*vonderful! program and
Mr.and Mrs. Edward Cleon which he has ably portrayed more ; .' it: < : ""' ,'d" _. his work in Scouting. He is now a
Scripture is profitable for doctrine. than "':; ;# the big dinner* that will be at the
Smith ParentS of An- 5,000 times since bringing the i.. '. Z. Division Scout Executive of the
2 Tim 4-2 says, the false teachers a boy \ Carver High .School Wednesday

will turn away the peoples ears thony Edward Smith,born January from production to the United States \ ; t, night! Feb. 6, at 8 p.m.I North Florida Council of Scouting

from the truth and be found into 27 in Hamilton Memorial HospitaLWe Performances Germany in in 1932.1963 scheduled ..: .: suggest that you get your ticket with headquarters in Jacksonville.

fables: '.and falsehood. Apostle ": are .' '."-.; .now, so you.w U;be ready: for the You cannot afford to mid this
at ?;i0 .
:7 ; ,; on; Tuesday,
Paul :tells, Titus 2:1-7 to speak i J-Vl pan. BIG EAT. You: ,may contact any outstanding program. The program -
Thursday and
Saturday ft
Sound Doctrine, Jesus said the and -, 4 member of the Boy Scout Organization will include singing by the
desire to express to our kind Sunday matiness win start at '
Truth would make us free, free neighbors and friends our heartfelt an earlier time, 4:00 p.m. The s.. .. .,.h.t. t for ticket; audience a talk by Elijah Rhodes
from.what? Free from false Doctrine final The adults,-working; with the Scoutmaster and by Charles Graham -
thanks for their prayers, cards, presentation this year will be \
and Eternal:.Death Scouts are Mr. E. W. Graham In- Assistant Patrol Leader
food .l'!
flowers visits and every kind Sunday, April 21st; $there; will bea f -
How arerwe to be sanctified, ness shown for their many expertness special Good Friday performanceon -- stitutional Repreeeqtative; Mr. Eli- A selection by Carver High School

Jesus said' Sancitify, them through shown for their many expres- April 12th at 7:30: p.m. Last Thursday was a big day OYI jar Rhodes*: Scoutmaster: ; Mr. Chorus Mrs. E. Williams Directorthe

thy truth thy word is truth John sions have been deeply appreciated! around Hamilton County Sheriff's CharTesr. assistant scoutmaster; Mr main address by Mr Sewell

.17:17,, can' we close our eyes and ; My God bless and ,keep everyone Heavy trucks are now enrpute to office as two,desperate criminals Eugene Edwards, SM; Mr. Willie and remarks by Mr. John Green,

Heart to the truth or thus sayteh is our prayer I Florida from the Black; hills' of who had'"been at large for Turner,. Cubmaster; ;;Mr. Fred teacher and Scoutmaster from Live

the Lord) and still be innocent Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cobb South Dakota bringing to Lake two days, were recaptured the Scippio. AssL.Cubmaster; Mr. \Va). Oak, recognition of visitors by Mr.

Provo 28a and Welch Family Wales tons of theatrical lighting same day. ABOVE left to rightare ter James-chairman of the troop E. W. Graham. Principal, and a

Even our prayer will be an equipment, costumes and supplies, Sheriff Rhoden, Cart Castles f committee; Miv: Sammie Bryant delicious dinner.

.abominaion. The spirit speaketh in as well as live animals used in the
the criminal and Samuel (June
the Last days that some will de- OBITUARIES play. The Play has conducted a Bog) Bradley who managed the

part from the truth giving heed to shiner schedule every since 1938 at
I dogs on both hunts. The dogs
Seducing Spirits, Doctrining of MRS. PEARL"HARRIS another Amphitheatre in Spearfish owned by Sheriff Rhoden, and
Devils, I Tim. 4:1; Mat 15:9, The ;I Mrs. Pearl Harris (Cot) of Jas- S. D.
trained him left
by are Rock ,
Saviour said, In vain do they wor- per, died Sunday: morning in the
and Sue. Little Sue was especially
ship me teaching for Doctrine the I Hamilton County Hospital following Appearance of the Passion Play VK,1ef czvISx CH.PAR'- ,
for her trailing vuc cut
praised expert loea
Commandments of Men. :j a lingering illness. She was a member each year at."Lake Wales is sponsored -: 1 fAt MOWN. wAS Zt,4T roust t I
I on this day. At RIGHT, in the BADS ;
Let us be sure that what we believe of Bethel A.M.E. Church Rev. J by the Passion Play Amphi- afternoon Sheriff Rhoden broughtin

is what the Lord has said. I G. P. Pierce, pastor. She lived in theatre Corporation, a non-profit 61lSCa'W
George Steele 44, who had escaped -
May God help us to be faithful to j Jasper 45 years. Surviving are a group of leading local citizens. from the County JaiL "

him. See E. C. Willis 205 SE 1 Ave, j i host of relatives and friends. Current president is Walter Zilahy,
and both also
June Bug dogs were
Jasper. Phone SY2-3581. I I Combs Funeral Home in chargeof who operates, concrete ready mix used In this hunt, but were In

J services held Sunday morning plant.
a shadow and could not be seen
at the church.
in the picture.
Josef Meier is the seventh genera

I tion of his family to carry on the .-

,I FILE GUIDES tradition of the story of the last I r'J / u. Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE

.a! 1 ; seven days' in the life of Jesus of .
'"A to 2" Nazareth. The play's history began PER .CYLINDER SYcamore 2-3001 !

I in the Province of Westphalia Ger- CASH ON DELIVERY

s THE JASPER NEWS many, over 700 years ago, where it
was known for centuries as the 1
Leunen Passion Playi ,

Attendance at the Lake Wales

Amphitheatre in 1962 broke all

Now Open past records with an increase of r I I

some 6,000patrons over any of the

previous nine years. .


e r ,"'J
Notice ti hereby Riven that the J (11
Board oCCounty Commissioners of _. '
Hamilton County Florida request ,. t .
sealed bids for the construction of a '
FAST negrq county agent's office aid bids ':, f\ 'REAL SHARp : .
SERVICE ON THAT GOOD to be filed( in the office of the Clerk > v.: FORD DEALER
of the* Circuit Court on or before '.,'Hq .., t' .. /
'.- : : 'r SINCLAIR GAS AND u' Feb. 5th at, 10:00 a.m. said bids will ,'ft.l' ..
: v OIL : \ be opened at 10:00 a.m. Feb. 5th 1963 to''r ? -
Negro CountyAgent's Office : "i. t

LUBRICATION Type conltr ".tion.Frame. with ANNUALWINTER ..
concrete floor : 1.- .-
Exterior walls.S(&" Ext. plywood :, ..
OIL CHANGE with pressuretreated strips
Interior Walls Preflnished luane .
Mahogany plywood p
'\ Ceiling Ceiling ,Tile 12" x 12' ,
POLISCOME V. Wall framing 2x4-24"AC. : "
Hoof Framing. 2xC 24-OC !
Roof .Sheathing 5/8" plywood
.' Finished'Roof i'210 lbs Thlckbutts
IN ANJ SEE US! Windows with' 30 lb.-asphalt Aluminum felt awning

Dimension Outside 16 x 20'
A set of plans are on file In the
Herbert Carter --SY26891Jasper clerks office for examination.The .
Board of County Commissioners Sc1ALS
reserves the right to reject
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anyoraBoard County Commissioners
Hamilton County. FloridaBy
Jan 18, 25, Feb 1, 1963


cleaned. $25.00 J. W. Darby, Jas- good location near hospital, suit- IN THE COURT OF TilE AGAIN-JUST: LIKE LAST YEAR-COLD WEATHER UP ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF ,

per, SY 2-5041. J25p able for two apartments. $7,000. COUNTY" JUDGE H\MIIr- -''.'' -',

.. ..
.. .
Robert Ehlert SY2-6331, Reg. Real IV HE lEST ATE OP : .

farm land with In$10,000 Hamilton cash:County.wants Estate Brokers. Other property TO LAWTON ALL J.CREDITORS CONNEU, deceased AND PERSONS DELIVERIES. EQUIPPED, JUST AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN-YOU WONT.- GET STUCK! GET THE POINT? .

also available. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS r .'.\ ',
tic HAVING -:,* .
Gall AVi L.. Bryan SY2-2985 or ,
Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, Registered You and each of you are hereby K
REFR1GERA.'TORS notified and required to present any >
Real' Estate Brokers. tfc -Best of condition. Priced claims and demands which you or
either of you may have against 'theestate
I '
to sell. Manaings Radio Service i of LAWTON J. CONNER deceased r'. ,
REPAIRS-We repair all type Jasper.; Phone SY.2441 tfc. ", late of said County to the ,
TV and radios, also mall ap i County Judge of Hamilton County. This Falcon Futura is,. .
Service; I Florida at his office in the court ',:: one of 6 convertibles(
pliances. Mannings NEEDED house of said County at Jasper, Fla. ,. .'
calendar months from -:r4ft ln'3 sizes from fordj:
Jasper. SY 2-4421. tfc. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin within six
time of the first publication of this .::.
Lire Oak, Florida for all your notice. Each claim or demand shall All with_ servicesavingfeatures : _'.,
; FARMS WANTED IF YOU musical needs from organs and be in writing and shall state the :, some with .
I I, place of residence and post office .. '
would like to sell your farm' bucket seats! .
,pianos to records and record play address of claimant and shall be <
see us. We have calls for farms:j rs. tie sworn to by the claimant his agentor < 'f tm J_ .. ;":' .. .
every week. W. L. Bryan, Re?. t:.| I attorney and any such claim or ., .e r ..7 S- .',
J demand not so filed shall be void.
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY 13
Eva R. ConnerAs
2 29g5 SY 2-6331 Administer of the .r
or Jasper. $6.060., See Horace Lewis. Estate of .i- -f
13 D14tcUR.JQrT'FOB8ALE Lawton J.. Conner Deceased .: Save on a big Ford I
First publication January 25. nn ....
... Georgia Plate Glass Co. Jan 25. Feb. 1. 4 15 .. 'r Enjoy Ford Galaxie's ,
.Store Fronts FISH la Ja V -: ::--' ", r- new.$10,Minion Ride '

.MIrrors Reailvered per. Going 'business, ready to : .'In a luxurious sedan

.Tab Enclosures, Showers I take over. Call W. L. Bryan SYS- NOTICE DISSOLVE OF CORPORATIONS INTENTIONTO hardtop wagon, or
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 <2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331. '. -
Notice Is hereby given tinder the .: convertible all with
VALDOSTA (Registered Real Estate Brokers. provisions of Section UJ.31. Florida service-saving- fea* -
Statutes, to each of the corporationslisted
I Don't Fret-Can Sweat! below, the same being Incorporated turesl ?yt ,
FARM FOR SALE-185 acres for
under the laws of Florida
37000.: reasonable down payment. Sweat' Radiator Service: and according to the records of the '. ,.. '

3 acres tobacco 73 acres cleared I' 35 Years in Radiator Business In such Secretary corporations of State appears each and delinquent every .; <

20 acres planted pines, good mod- Valdosta Radiators Cleaned.. for three <3) years or more in the .*... .
em home. See Robert Ehlert. SY2-' Recored. Repaired filing of reports and payment of ; : }
1 taxes under the previsions of Section ., t Now.s the time to get a
6331. or W. L. Bryan. SY2-2985, Reg.i Can, Trucks, Tractors CtS.33. Florida Statutes, and that t t
Real Estate Brokers. Up j I Work Guaranteed under the provisions of said Section wagon from America'swagon
co IoU. Florida Statutes. aid corporations -
|S Hwy 41, VALBOSTA, CK8-W7 have been classed as sub- ..
III 1 HOUSE FOB SALE in Jasper: 3 I II 1 ec t ..v disol non. an d u)._t three Choice of 15 wagonsIn
bedrooms, near downtown, $7500.j I GARAGE BUILDING AND large (|3) months after date of this publication 4 sizes, including
each and every such corporation
Let us show you this one, only one,I I ot in Jasper for sale. $7560. CaD listed below that has not in the the ''63 Ford Galaxie

", of several listed with Robert Ehlert i Robert Ehlert. SY 2-S331 or W. L. meantime paid the taxes filed its due reports under due the pro-and Country Sedan illustrated .

SY2-6331. or with w. L.. Bryan SY2-'Bryan SY 2-2985, Reg. Real Estate visions of Section II Ion. Florida here. .
2985. Registered Real Estate Brokers Brokers.jOOD Statutes, will be certified to the
Governor of the State of Florida
tfc. who trill Gnus. a Proclamation at f.DAJ.
I USEB TV-Installed for that time dissolving said corpora .-

USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR I I $100 and up. Mannings Radio tion.HAMILTON COUNTY: : _. .', .....:. ". I -
: Sal. Coed coB Serrtee.' SY&Ul, Jasper tie (Name) (Principal Place of Rnlnesi)

Jasper ties I FOB RENT Furnished apt. W.O.I. CHEVROLET: JASPERIt r-/ r 2 r-t
Inquire at Jasper News UcI I .Is further directed that Copyof -pr:
FOR SALE Good Modern Home i it Office this notice be published one-tine .?",- >< .1".t :< . ,. .
in The Jasper News a newspaper ri ; t
and 2 acres on paved road near published in Jasper Florida 1a;which .ft ,;
Jasper. Deep wen screened porch. FOR RENT Furnished Apt. county the home office of the above _..;; ,. .;.:
listed corporations arc shown to k*, .
$2560 down.} See W. L. Bryan. SY2- Phone SY23771 or SY2-6791 tic located. :, r: te1I. CoJASPER
2985 or Robert Ehlert; SYWaa : .._ :
havs hereunto set my baud .... "
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfcFOB andcanned the Great Seal of k 7.
LOST-My German Sbepberd Dog \the State of Florida to be :

SALE 1 Transistor Radio, '.Any information concerning him ;, affixed *this at Tallahassee the 25th day'the of ",-\1' FteO'RfDAFriday :

and '1 Wrist Watch. $15.00 each. will be Appreciated. Phone SY2- .\'CaPi&aJ., AJX 1962. ,l't '

See Gene Duncan ltp 2621. Don Wetherington, Jasper p (SEAL. ) TOM ADAMS '1'. ....
? v Secretary of State ,
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