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The Jasper news
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! Women's Club. David King ;t ti Barney Burnham F H.A. To Loan Wrestling Match -- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -

\ "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It"

To Have Special |i Attends Safety! Ij j To Head 1963 RedCross For Recreation\ /At Jennings BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETS MONDAY NIGHT

ProgramThe i j Council In Miss.\ ; FundJDrive Enterprises I March 12
The Board of Directors of the Hamilton
I The first three days of this week j I
Women's Club is having a David King State FFA Vice Pre-' Marvin Rodgers, chairman of the j Farmers Home A&ninistration. is There will be an all star wrest- Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday night, March

special meeting this Friday March]sident attended the TwentyFourthSouthern S Hamilton County Chapter Ameri-I' now accepting; loan applicationsfrom ling card, presented at Jennings II at 8:00 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce Officein
8 at 3:30 p.m. with the Fine arts Safety Conference and'can Red Cross family farmers for the development High School Tuesday night March
\ committee in charge. 'exposition in Jackson Mississippi. ,week that Mr. Barney Burnham of recreation enterprises -I 12 at 8 p.m. sponsored by Senior the City Hall Building"in Jasper. All Board members

Joe Pember and Mrs. Harold The purpose: of the meeting was popular local barber* and past May-j)' on their farms Jesse I. Wood' j I| Class of Jennings High SchooL arc especially urged to attend and visitors are invited.

( Bennett of VSC are showing their : to give the youth of the southland or Jasper, has accepted the, 1963 I,Jr., County Supervisor of the agency =1 1'i f The first event is between 'Nature
I American Red Cross for Hamilton County said to Bobby the No. 1 FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS
\ exhibits of water color sea capesI' an opportunity to meet together campaign ', :|': Boy" Daniels vs.
and the varying shades of green in in" order that they may become I chairmanship for members and day.Loans :television: star of the world "Gor- By H. LEWIS HALL, .Ie.. and Benjamin H. Oehfert Jr., Or
'funds for Hamilton also are aiiable to nonprofit i I Mack" famous
County.W $ ;jgeous George the
of for
the need
Georgia pines. The Valdosta ,State aware youth Vice Chalrnuui lando. The program
most fortunate to havea associations pl farmers and !!!! perfumed Hollywood -
are dandy was
CoDege has just observed their 50th ship in safety activities a of Florida.
The Florida Council message friendly.
I'i j- anniversary. Pember holds a degree -,they may plan a more leader-I' sincere enthusiastic. and dedicated ;others living in rural communities ,,the greatest television star of all of 100 The emphasis is on residents who

in Constructive Design. To the attack on accidents of aQ *tommunity worker of Bar-to cover the cost of shifting land |j I time.; Ranking higher in rating The basic philosophy of The are courteous, cordial and who I

Mrs. Bennett has a Master's Degree especially those with which youthare ney's stature to lead the campaign :to different uses including recreation i than even former world champion Florida Couaol of 100 is that greet visitors and tourists with a '

;Mr in Constructive: Design. To theamateur's concerned t this' year stated Mr. Rodgers. T\. |I Buddy Rogers Lou Thesa and private business. must also make smile.
Pember's "Light "The campaign's success de-;, On family fa4 in Hamilton others.In government its business if Floridais Aid of the Council to higher
eye -also discussion
IHe appeared on a panel -
; house" and.Lee Beimel's "Pines & i is pends on its fund drive chairman.We County among the enterprises that I the girls match, the women to attain maximum progress. education is worthy of attention.
"Practicing Safety
I Myj have been Fann 'Marlen Schmidt' meets Accepting this philosophy we The scientific and
extremely fortunate :now may"* be financed by a champion technical higher -
Elders Before a Storm, both in Personal Responsibility theFarm"
on have
oils perhaps the most outstand- in recent years to get outstanding ers Home Administration Loan are a new star "Hollywood Hill Billy" private enterprise working education committee under

.{ ing. are These paintings will also be chairmen for the Red Cross mem- cottages for hunters,and fishermen In another match "Farmer Boy" with government to promote ourgreat chairmanship of Stanton D. San-
;. bershiip and fund drive and I am picnic grounds and boat docks I the Murphy N. Carolina star meets state. son. Miami Beach has proposeda
on display Saturday and Sunday
t NEW MODELS ADDEDTO sure this year will be no exception rowboats and equipment for fish- I television star "The Great Assas- And, the purpose of the Council: far-reaching program to gear
t afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. COMING SHOW .said Mr. Rodgers.Minutes Ing. sin" king of the masked wrestlers. is to assist'the Governor and Florida higher education to the
In addition to the 20 paintings i
I We will chicken state agencies under his directionin space age. Recommendations of
that will be on display a Musical Keep in mind the Fashion 'Show i Associations mad use Farmers : serve a supper attracting new industries, stim- this committee have been con
before the match. is
Ensemble of eleven mixed voices that local men are participating in. \ Regular Home Administration loans to develop -I'(i urged to Phone Everyone the seniors ulating the tourist economy aiding sidered with favor by both Gov-
I called "The Serenaders" from the The Women's Club has planned an a large creation area, come. higher education and institut- ernor Farris Bryant and the State
t f College under the direction of Mr. 'exciting and laughable evening on Monthly Meeting I such as a park or lake show or :and they will deliver plates to you.FuquaToOnpose ing new programs to develop the Board of Control.

Lavan Robinson will sing a medleyof March 22 at 8'p.m.. to be held at 'golf I course; to convert land now I almost untapped natural resources Member R. F. Rakfle. Palm

songs. the High School Auditorium. Board of PublicInstruction being cropped into a grazing: or ; that bless Florida.Coordination Beach is chairman of a committee -
J Visitors are cordially welcomeas A few new girls (?) have been forested area; and to establish a of philosophy and raising $100.000 to Cnanre

this indeed will be a day well added to the list. They are: wildlife refuge among! other enter-I! Proposed Floor On purpose required an active membership a special study for inu>rowmort
spent. i Sonya Canova prises. : of leaders in industry, of Florida's higher educational'
be Tax Deductions business and education as well system. On December 20. 19G2. he
r Hostesses will Mrs. Dan Bras- I Hester Blasingame Jasper Florida The maximum amount of Inter- <
well .Mr Hicks Fort Diane as representatives of the profes presented a check for $35.000 toGovernor
Myrtle j Wetherington March 5, 1963 mediate credit farmers can obtainto
sions. How well
the Council has Bryant. He ant drntss"
White Mrs.. J. T. Bridges Mrs. > Rose Fennel. 1
of Congressman Don Fuqua said in
cover operating costs a recre- succeeded is best indicated the balance will be raised
Mamie Bryan and Mrs Clifton. ; Remember March 22. The Board of Public Instruction : bys soon.
i ation project is 535,000.: Under the a statement this week that he -' cted results.In :This success Is a subVm'hl! retribution
I of Hamilton County met today in real estate loan they can would oppose the portion of the
program the search for industry Fred to the prcxsmt t and future -
{ regular session. The following were i:borrow a maximunirt>f $60,000 to President's tax proposals calling O. Dickinson Council Chairman welfare of the state.

present: Clyde Hunter, Chairman; develop'l land and buildings for rec- for a five percent floor on itemized ascertained that Gould National Not to be overlocVd Is the

Johnny Butler. Allen B. Tyree, reation. deductions. Batteries: Inc., St. Paul, MinD.. commendable work of th cnsi-
Tcrr.11 Frank Matthews and E. V. Stor- : The average loan) however for Pointing out that the tax bill wns" interested in establishing a mittee on natural resources aid

mant. The Superintendent and Sec- ,'!on-farm recreation activities will [would be without question the most plint in the Orlando area. AT- waterways. This committee ur*for
retary to the Board Harry T. Reid be considerably less than these top J heated domestic argument in the rar-::aments were made for a chairmanship of James M.VrH," ,-

I l was present. amounts. Congress Fuqua said that the five ccmoany official ,to meet with Orlarxfo man, Lakeland has devoted need
.S'J The meeting opened with prayer j|i Intermediate term loans run a percent floor on itemized deduc- : area members. Such a ed attention to development ef

ereSY i by Mr. Reid. j[f maximum of seve years, real .estate tions would actually serve as a det- meeting was held and one of the waterways. conservation of

''J ftJ;: I The transportation report for the ,.,' loans a maximum of forty riment to churches charitable organizations m'mbcrs, William G. Haynie.spearheaded forests land reclamation and
4 past month was given in detail by I years. In both cases the interest universities and other efforts to secure this prevention of air and water pollution -
4r utj" MBcrZ49SlTOOK II Mr. Reid. jl II rate is five percent i{ institutions which draw all or asubstantial nw industry. The required Information throughout the state. Each
assistance and advice is vital dev
subject to the
1 tap-
; The financial statement for Feb- To qualify for a recreation loan i part of their support
JOHNSON fective more times than one can I I ruary was presented as follows: I I a farmer must have the background -'from contributions. i;' \TC provided. The result was ment of our economy. Committeefindings
. 7 I :r that the company was sold on and recommendatieiwhave
.l Again has news pf Jas- : council at RECEIPTS and BALANCES i: be successful in
Jasper a guess Keep your own : needed to Fuqua pointed out that the proposal i, Orange ,County and purchased a already received" stale and
per boy making "big news.." .the time. Clever folks work that Total Receipts from State ]!I the proposed farm and recreation I would limit itemized deductions plant site. The construction Isscheduled federal recognition.

4; In the: "AH Fla. and T..Weekly way;.You, are always,.incommand, .".. Sources ..*. $60,904.34.. 'enterprise. After It .loan is made to those which exceed five ,for;. cociplction; this It is evident that much has .
.t magazine is'anvarticle even .if you :don't always wirif 'T 1 t al .Il he must continue'fii>receiVe a substantial percent*of*the five percent of the -:: .. yean., been aceanpiisbed ta" ej a'"
cal South devised by T. ''Mechanl\\ . I Sources ... 1,600.06 I. part othis Income from I taxpayers adjusted gross Income.In ,stimulate the tourist economy 'both the philosophy and ,; ,

Johnson manager of "One is not 100 percent Americanwho Total Balances 130104.64 farming. other words he pointed out, an the Council has carried out of the Council since May 26. .
central office of the State Beverage sneeers at the courts created Clearing Accounts ...... 17,552.05 I Nonprofit associations of rural I indiviidual taxpayer would add up many projects.: One such programnow the date of organization. This

Tom is"a Jasper boy grandson of I under our ,Constitution; who looks Grand Total........... 210161.09 !I residents may borrow up to $1 all his deductible expenditures then in fun swing is as effectiveas hen[ is bow an experiment in
Department over in Tallahassee.Mrs. with suspicion and distrust on all Expenditures and Balances: million to finance changes in pres- subtract from the total sum equali conducted in any state. Heading Honda, a novel approach amen

Hicks Fort and son of the public officials; who criticizes the Total Administration .... 1,762.65 I ent land use. The maximum interest i i to five percent of his adjusted gross ; this program are members the fifty states has worked and

late Mr. Lee Johnson and Mrs. 'way things are run but' makes no Total Instruction 51,562.65 rate is 5 percent. These ,,income. All deductions over that Byron C. Shouppe. St. Petersburg is working. ,
Elizabeth Johnson Villeneve of Tal- effort to correct; who refuses to Total Operation of Plant .. 6181.96 loans may be made for up to 40 |amount would be fully allowable. - -

lahassee.It's serve his community in public office Total Maintenance ........ 868.50 I years. ; "Many churches have written us Deadline Nears --I i Rabies Clinic

an electronic contrivanceMrs. because 4politics is dirty;' who Total Auxiliary Services .. 5.442.361 I Examples of associations that;1 1I I about this particular proposal opposing
( Fort says she isn't surprisedTom "George' vote for him and fails ,Total Fixed Charges .. might be eligible for one of these it and I agree" Fuqua said For 1963 Feed At White Springs

was always as a little boy to register himself." (from Some- Total Non-Program Schools 500.00 i'loans I are non-profit corporation, "For if we are going to have these I

tinkering with electric things) body's boys.Springs >)>. I I Total Capital Outlay....... 100.00 i I son conservation or grazing dis- deductions let's be honest about Grain Signup} ;, Saturday a.m.The .
Quote-- I. *' I Total Cash and Reserves 126,096.72 tncts, local recreation association them. I think we should allow deductions -

It's making the bootleg business bats are beginning to be Cleaning Account .......17365.93 I.:. small towns and other public agen- I from our income taxes "Don't think it over too lontis j I Hamilton County Health Department -

mighty hazardous, what with elec- important as winter reluctantly retires Grand Total 210,161.09 : cies tin rural areas. .for gifts to our colleges and universities the word passed along to feed grain;i I reports that Saturday's

tronic equipment tailing the law There are basket hats turned A motion was made by Mr. To qualify for a recreatioin loan to our churches and to producers by M. T. Miller, rabies immunization clinic in Jen-
breakers. The man responsible for i I I upside down Charlie Chaplin hews .seconded by Mr. Matt-I individual farmers and associa-I charity. But this proposal wouldin man Agricultural O1air-1 r.nings produced sixty five (65)) im-

this revolutionary innovation in the hats, matador sailor and the Russian I and carried, that this state tions must supply proof they are effect say we are cutting taxesto Conservation County munized pets.Jennings' .

field of law enformecent is T. L. I hussor. No sameness at alla adopted. I unable to obtain needed credit bolster the economy. but at the He reminds growers who are iinter- i i I mayor, town council

(Tom) Johnson manager of data [ hat "as you like it." A motion was made by Mr. Tyree II elsewhere on reasonable terms. ;I same time not allow deductions ested in taking part in the 1963 i, and citizens responded in their
processing in the central office of seconded by Mr. Butler and car- I They must also pledge security for I{Which are now allowed, and thus feed. grain program that filing an j usual enthusiastic way and produced
the State Beverage Department.'Our II The litter bug is losing face ried, that the resignation of Miss the loan. 'the tax cut is really not as muchas "intention to participate" form at I I a record turn out this year.

IBM is an uncanny detectivethat 'even on our country roads. Those Millie Jean Chitwood in the Jennings -:. Further information on recrea- we are led to, believe." the ASCS County Office is a necessary -!I We are running way ahead of

doesn't allow for the elementof I'who pride themselves in well kept I I High School be accepted I Itiion loans of the Farmers Home Fuqua said that he believed this 'first step and the signup per- last year in pets vaccinated in

human error" Tom explained. fields don't feel so good about the effective at the end of this present Administration may be obtainedat proposal would materially harm iod extends only thru March; 22. the county at this time, state the
"And once it's on the scent of a field down the road all littered I term. the county office of the agency churches and other institutions to I health department.
moonshiner it's ruthless and swiftto with fertilizer sacks and old discarded -r A motion was made by Mr. located at Jasper.the which contributions are normally Minimum diversion under the
I I Next Saturday, March 9, a final
1963 is 20 of the
tires. What a lovely Florida deductible.I program percent
( seconded Mr. Butler II
move in and finger him! I Matthews by -
clinic will be held in White Springs
in individual farm's total feed grain I
Johnson pointed out a drawer of I I it will be when we "get i and carried that resignation of I the one hand we say we are
at the town hall from nine to
: the act" and make our roadsides in board adjourned. giving tax then the base. For diverting more than the I
tightly packed cards labeled 'Moon Floyd Gibbs, a teacher the J. R. { a cut on other
12 Pet in
I streamlined. Lee be Board of Public Instruction not going to allow a minimum acreage from feed grain : noon. owen WhiteSprings
accepted are
shine Violators. A few adjust- t JE. High School we say we
to of this
i !are urged take advantage
R into conserving use,
ments on the machine the press of Hancock ;effective at the end of this term. I Clyde Hunter, Chairman good portion of your contriibutions production a 1
to their immun
Freddie opportunity get pets
Elmer and j of j T. Reid these vital institutions to be de- the diversion payment will be figured -I I
a button .and within seconds law for the weekend to see]f Mr. John R. Hart. Supervisor Attest Harry Supt. to ;,zed for a dollar fifty. Keeping our
came up at a higher rate.
have de- Instruction talked the Board I
enforcement authorities to '
rabies is
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hancock. j pets protected againist
tailed information on a particular I'I about educational advantages of ] I IMDUTHIMVC I Besides the diversion payments "keeping our children protected.
bootlegger operating within the Mrs. Frank Hancock's sister and |consoliidating the ninth grade of .1 I THE AMERICAN WAY I ,available thru participation in the

the state. husband of Slyvester spent Sun-i, the Jerry Jackson School with the I feed grain program participating
The new file is the only central!day with the Hancocks here. J. R. E. Lee High School. After discussion : farmers also qualify for a special Jasper Firemen

moonshine violator file known to 5 i on this matter a motion t i price-support payment on the normal -I '

exist anywhere in the United States : The beautiful arrangement of II was made by Mr. Tyree, to consoli- YfAA? Iliti DO 1 I production of the acreage Honored With

Information regarding the violators I I pear blossoms and glads on the I date the ninth grade of the Jerry YOUfcJOavcmu I planted to feed grains in 1963, and II

will be available to law enforcement I I altar at the Methodist Church Sunday Jackson School with the J. R. E..I 1 j v to'fiE tInQK > ee. IF T* they ,are' ;)also eligible to put their I SupperI
agencies on a state local or .I was in memory of Mrs. Lillian Lee High School next school term j I J.U.Uc,60tPANY COMPANY tso'It1.tTTP crop under the regular price-cup-
level. A law enforcement her since there will be a definite educa- OPLl 9i0li.t, v'r cciiw itr I night March 5. the Jai. 4I
federal Pennington placed there by j 88 PAID'CO LK1 AUK?> AecccccrcF PgORr r ; I port loans or purchase agreements. i
officer instead of planning a raid I'I son Billy Pennington.I tional advantage for pupils, and, suucss/ I If'the farmer wishes a part of the I II I per Volunteer Firemen were honored -

can consult the push-button sleuthin I will save the salary of one teacher I diversion payment may be made in i with a supper at Leoaa's Restaurant -
the comparative security of the like to get the Sunday' school and will involve no additional I advance: : given them by Mr .and
With the In-1 I to the County Mrs. Paul Weber. A deXeieus
Beverage Department. lesson from: the Minister's panel :transportation cost I
I Chairman Miller points out that served about 16 fire-
meal to
formation he can then pounce swift over Channel 6 on Saturday morn :Board.The motion was seconded by I I I was
ly and surely upon the violator. I ing. Saturday they stressed a not i I:Mr. Butler, and carried. Afterjlisj.: .t tI participation in he ,feed grain program men. '
pot onty'saves,the farmer: the i The supper was von to the Firemen
Information. furnished the of co-operation and Christian Fel- I cussing the elimination f2 teacher >> .
; ; costs of planting and in for their
+ appreciate! service -
I llowship. Wa'i:decided harvesting
machine is expected to reduce When Jesus told his disciples due to consolidation II
acreages of unneeded feed grain to the comntudfty and a* aPul
the time spent in investigating I I that "He that is not against I to dispense with the services of I
while substantial said, "we want to know whenwe
moonshine activity and bring about me. is for, me ." George C. Henry Jr. at the end of a you
speedier arrests. It is hoped this I '. I I this'term. Income from his diverted acres I hear the Fire Alarm on these '

will encourage sheriffs and police, Benny Martin of Jacksonville and I i J.. B. Stormant was named a i .. but It also Increases the conservation i cold mornings we appreciate the '
I who of the nation's cropland, continues fact that you are there trying to -
departments 'throughout the stateto a school mate from Panama school bus driver to fill the vacancy I
contribute Information for the is graduating at North Florida! caused by the resignation of Mrs. the reduction of government prevent the destruction of property.I .

files, and to use them regularly in Junior College this year spent Sat.'i Lurlene Cheshire. feed grain stocks and saves dollarsfor I I Paul is In no way other than a >

their investigations. afternoon with Jltfr" and Mrs., D. R. : Based on the recommendation of taxpayers by reducing the costs I good friend and supporter connected -
rt Kirkman. Benny Martin: got his the principal and the nomination'of of storage shipping, and handling i I with the fire department The
2ndLt. Eddie and Ann Roberson grains. supper was his way of saying b
degree from U. of Fla. in June 62. the school trustee Alton Blair was the government-owned
Cone of Fayetville N. C. are the ,. appreciates the work the firemen ..
parents of a charming little daughter. Mrs. Norwood brought ,me more appointed teacher in remainder the Jennings of I II I are doing. '
School for the
born March 3 at the Army daffodils than I ever had in'my High motion of Mr. .ducted. We therefore defeat our This supper was a needed boost

base hospital. That's all I know so life and I put them In a brass this Tyree school, seconded term by by Mr. Butler, and c 1 purpose in a supposed tax cut and ,for the fire department and it .

far but to say the families are delighted -.baskfL we would harm our churches: universities means great deal to them tat: .
is an understatement.V and charitable Institutions someone appreciates the work they; .
V I This is our big week at Woman'sD001. minutes of the meeting of are doing to honor them in this
families buying
to mention the
1963 read. A not
Quo. miss the Art Exhibit February 5, were motion
don't for the life of me know homes and other deductible items.I way.
don't in and_ the "serenad 3:30 Friday was made by Mr. Matthews, of the The next fire drill wifl be March: V!:
why we use more strategy plan to oppose this part
afternoon Club seconded by Mr. Stormant and *
at house.
19 and all members are urged to
the ,
solving our rough problems- s President's tax.program vigorously -
Carried that they be adopted.
honey-and butter method-it's ef-' (Continued on Page 3) I There being no further business' Fhxat Lemloa in ," he said. attend _

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: i .. text for all those who should believe the words are spirit and they tare
gms ( -- life, John 6:63. notice also 1
through their teaching he said
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ll l Qi1-- ,1 a .c. or "Sanctify them through thy truth; Peter 1:22 "Seeing ye have purified -

I thy word is truth" Jn. 17:17 It is your souls in obeying the truthtluough
evident then that the truth is that the spirit unto un feigned

which will sanctify or set apartall ;love of the brethren see that ye

An .V.E: R T 1-1E'I ;: THEa1 I it. those who will believe and obey Clove I fervently one another: Being with born a again pure not heart of

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8:31-32: "Then Quist said to those ible by the word of God which fav-
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1 I Jews that believed on him; If ye I
S".y a4.- 1 a nt .' continue in my words then are ye : verse 25, "But the word of theLord

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P .v-' ON AL V WAY truth. :direction of the word of God' which

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be baptized and this is the act
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cedeed to "But God be thanked
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-u'J-' \ ; but ye have obeyed from the heart
lJ flJ : fI \j[ r '..', .; that form of doctrine which was We could write many volumes

.fJ.A. .. .... : : 'M** : I delivered you being then made. which would attest to the fact that
lt. .. : : /! '. .'_ free from sin became the
j'. ," .. : ye servants the gospel must be preached and
,, '< i ,f ; :;..,,<.: rZv of righteousness." accepted bt'fore salvation but if one
tu : 1., ": luoojI .. :. : : .,: : It is clear from this that thereis will not convince then onethou-!
.1 > : .'F. ;,, >> [s'' '''" .'rt- ;> something which man must do j+
.,r-. '
: .;:/. ': ;'. 1/ ; I to become, a servant of righteousness I I sand wouldn't either. I would just t
: :: ; : or a child of God. We know notice other fact of
"1: .. .. .. one
.N '" "" }I'j' ,: r JI; that this is true also because in 1.I before closing that being that if
I :,t '.' :.: > J Cor. 1:21 we se that God chose thru : the gospel isn't to sal
5* .. i."f- :.* .. ,..,f! the foolishness of preaching to save : vation neither is the church.

!; those that believe. Now since' And if the church isn't neces-
V r' 4: < there can be no faith apart from
<% <;; ... ., the hearing of God's word as shownin sary then truly Christ died vain. :
But we notice that the church is
,:' .: : ; necessary to salvation as well as
.1'f .. : : I faith the Hebrew writer says it I III the gospel because the gospel is

;a ,. ." ;... II Iis impossible to please be God carried He. 11:6 to I that which must be obeyed to f become .
: .r This Gospel must
a member of the church and ,
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You GetPower '
.... ;" I I those who are lost in answer to the 'thrist is the head of the church and
Wouldn't it >
great commission. .
t . the savior of the body as recorded '
foolish thing for God to commandus 'I
<.. 1{ -- .: ., in Ephesians 5:23.I
to take the Gospel to J every
creature and then say it has noth- V would notice -one last passage I

: ing to do with our soul's salvation? in regards to this subject which

Oh Consistency thou art a jewel very conclusive showing, that

n \r.\ : To be consistent we then will fJS can accept' or reject God's
V :,4ty : -MM: add this passage to this thought: : Acts 13:46 "Then Paul and

Packed Romans 1:16: : !"For I am not I I Barnabas waxed bold and said ti .

I ashamed of the Gospel of Christ was necessary that the word of
o isr jV ?a 1'11. (A.*\. I
5 for it is the power of God'unto Salivation God should first be spoken to you:
t ptwf A *r.t- J t''
unto all them But seeing you put it from you and
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That which.U1atbelieYf".1 of '
system judge' yourselves unworthy ever-
4 4 8 K> I
C3 X ,known as the lasting life lo we turn to the
,(TK ii f i % wc"J'i Christ is that in which God has Gentiles. You can argue with me,

3v 1 I vested his power unto the salvationof but this is God speaking it was

t mankind. This is evident when necessary that the gospel be

::., : : : we can see for ourselves that in preached then and'It Is necessary ,
A ATTENTION CEilING ''any part of the world'Where the today. We are not pure or free

: I Gospel has not gone you will not the blood of our fellow man, until

TTS & 11V'V i find a Christian. To be a Christian we have declared unto him the

I I I one must become a follower. of whole council of God Acts 20&6-27
Ie. 'Christ and the only way one may
I become a follower of Christ is to Sincerely
know what he did and said ,and Kenneth E. Thomas I

I this is found only in the Bible. Evangelist Oak Grove ,

: 't The,calling of anyone into service Church: of Christ :

: t to God is nothing of a miraculous WE82091"Straight
; '
; ". \ .:. t'a BUSINESS BOOSTING nature, that too iff affected throughthe
k ""-_ ; r9' ''' Gospel. Listen to the words of I FromHollywood" !
: ,
.ii;,,". .. .'. '....r". -- '( the apostle Paul in 11 Thess. 2:14: .
/'A\\ .-i zT "Whereunto he called you by our I
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', '\ i gospel to the obtaining of ti e glory
..ti ' this is I
'. .-' ".. ..;: -. 4 ,of our Lord Jesus Christ,
/} : plain and clear for anyone to see. High School presented an assembly I
'r : : : I further and ask out- program on Friday, February 22.
J \'( :: .. ; But let us go
,14 :r : !selves why there was so much em- This was an original program writ-

I I :, .: \ : ,' :: .1-:. ,.,". AdvertisingIn i phasis placed on preachiing the ten and performed by members of
Ii I r v YZI h t;, ; !gospel in the first century? Read the class. The theme of the program -

i '. \\1tjjltiif'{! Jt..'i'. J 'the llth chapter of 2nd Corinthians was "The Sweetheart's Convention '
I tI
all that the Apostle Paul of 1963. WJHS, Channel
and notice
*. )
__ &** .' .. suffered in order to take the gospelto T, in Jennings was responsible for
I __ ...: .. > I. others. Not only that but before the broadcasting of the program. i
,. -tt .1C; : i
c t __ \.t. ,., .""'. ". hL -a I 'his death he was able to say that The weather that day was very
clear and the picture was very well
the Gospel had been taken to every
___f'fIJ. ; .; nation under heaven Colossians 1: received on the screen. The audi

entertained by each .
it 'Il those who have ence was coup
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also hilariou
le fin turn the
... .. --: ". lived and died without a chance to
.. _" ,i?*, ._ .' ". hear the Gospel; If we go back to commercials 'and station breaks.
; ; .' ': : .: the beginning of time God has al-
: I We would like to thank the makers i
had method of speaking to
.r** ways a
; *A !man and giving his instructions to of Sweetheart Soap and for sponsoring t
our bringingit
him. the lather-rule or patriarchage program
; He.In.spoke to heads of fah Dies. to you directly fronrHoHywood."Everybody's .

: V JfaJi"T" 1 In the Jewish through Moses Sweetheart" portrayed -
FURNISH : age by Horace Hates, appearedat i
WE CAN tEfje 3J4er Jetu \ and tin the Christian age through various times to treat the audience

; V I I Jesus Christ AD mankind havei with candy.
i had to come to God for His blessings -
1 mt:5: our' :Busmess ; '
; have
"- : but those Everyone jumped up in hopes of
. .
.--t., I,' .x. 1Na .'-. withheld from
j; ::if- ... 'i:" never been any receiviing some goodies.
PrOfeSsloft l. mff itd, :t. ,:, .i' "Jfi 5-, .l who desirous of serving God.
.. .t,:> were The other members of our east
; I believe we can find that Quist were: Kitty and :Mat. Linda and*
Qi1i&ork. .:;, j did indeed answeer the ,ueestion Jimmy Murphy; Btandfc and Dag
+r.1'. Top from StampsCoService n, I asked b&more than one concerning wood. Dibble Nichols and Glen

I I what they would or must do to Herndon: Olive Oji & Popeyer Otis -

). ,:::i' haitn: dY rtising inherit eternal life. One such ans- Holland and Gail Sullivan; Min
t ..- wer is found in John 35 in ans nie & Mickey Mouse Mary Ben-
7 .
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< > t:<::"'!:' I wer to Nicodemus Quist said. nett and Jimmy Kramer; Liz Taylor -
I |"Verily verily, Isay unto thee, and Richard Burton Debris

I All At : No Extra (Cost I Ir ''I I Except a man be born of the water I It Greene and Glen Herndon; Don-

l rlabl t and of the Spirit he cannot enter I ald and Daisy Duck Ricky Howell
,into the kingdom of heaven." He and Nell Newsome: Jackie ,and
rrt l was speaking of baptism which is John Kennedy Eariene Burnam

_._,. something which ,man must do. Ronald M3+ Hathaway
and Keening
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I ,.fi '" ( .'., '''. ',' AS ,SERVICE MODERNASTOMORROW .
;. .This WB have already learned from and Jethro, Gail SuJHvan.and
t '" c' : '. ..,.:. !. ""- .. '
-fI' ; .. ; ', \ last weeks article. JHS
Raymond Driggers Lovers
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,, .. But as we progress in John 3:8 Debris Greene and Donald MoCulley. -
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,:-, i't... : : t.r The wind bloweth where it listeth
: Liittle Abner and Daisy
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: ./ l : :':" .. '. !" 4 -. F'; ': 1. and thou nearest the sound there: of Mae Woody Herring and Barbara
,/"OJ";.- :.. ...sge' a.. : '''''.["-\ '\--1)! .' but.canst DOt tell whence it cometh McCulley.; Dobie Galls and Zelda
:, : .
: "' ; whither it goest So Is everyone
: .. ;. : or ; Gilroy, Jimmy Murphy and Esther
: '
that is torn of the 1
spirit" *
.. .. Burnam; Maggie JHggt, Linda
"" w.) ,, \\ ''ul ,:. .
I . ....' '- .. 0 'I there something so mysterious Murphy and Jimmy Kramer; EDy
'"" '- ', !: '\"" .! / -.... .,. about. this passage? It does not say Mae &: Sonny Drysdale. Deborah

'. '. ... .. .. tit.: \*",,' .,,-t7. \ 't.- _.r i such is the operation of the Nichols and Glen Herndon; lie
L.--.t. .t.
j ...a._ ., -u" ,. . -.- &...... .. .. ,\ ...... .._... ::.. '., .....,,.. .. -..: .* .'. f.I: : they spirit, that but are simply born says of the such spirit.are and Pearl Woody and Heal Herring NeH: Barney NewsOme 4Tholma

... t ** HH gRlM,; I It"l Torgtvenesar'of sins takes place in
.. I Lou. Jeff Bumette and
I .. If'J' "' .4.. ..-..' ,.55-i "q.? -'.. \..;:.':!'t.....4ei vjr .93 -" r. ;. .. heaven, we cannot tell 'by any .
.. Barbara McCufley.
;- .. !'-" '. .' .,.iff. ... 4 : _r.. r5' ,.
.: ,,,,.. :.:"" L- I!" ......t.k... :",. "..*.....-..._....r ',-._"_ .. ,';3.>- ;-- ", -. ,< 'v..' feeling breast which when we we may are have our We I I We greatly appreciate the ,help

?" : '. ,": can. only know that we are savedwhen given us by the following people
.. ; i itr
j i i (,'" -_ : : we have obeyed God's com Mrs. Maud Havener, our" sponsor
w; .
i-' ,;(. mands. The apostle Paul is about Harry Pennington.:: announcer;-Mary

the best example of this '.even Wells and Joyce Royals, pianistsand

: 'though he had been persecuting Jackie men, soloist

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.else would be preferable. said.a.friend In U.S.: 650,000 copies f hers as -the Old Hogged-Coos;"!.: MINUTES OF RA3l:LToN Recreation Chairman Sharon coming events that all 4-H'ers are

: .k1Jg. Three teenagers: showed ups\ .. I :'!Nearer: : My.God to Thee." ;COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL MEETING Howell_. .I._..Committee. &_. .members. .looking forward to.
,, ,j I one o'c cTcckt\; \ ;six ear 01jr:'twO I1ieMethodist'*Cturcli:wilt have i i t..J. J-. ,Jtfirlanf \\ 3t ll heYand <1, r fr! _n-lbJl : .

aQt ; W4r' ten years' old boys'and Mrs:White ': -Since Emily Post died 2 years a new hymnal in 1966 more than !! The Hamilton County 4-H Council Billy IOrgan. t The speech must be written by individual

'; tH )f jt tcphysicai mss. Amy.. Vanderbilt is the "recog- 1 % of the songs will be new. The >meeting was called to order in the DECORATION CHAIRMAN, Miriam giving it. ii
a.. 1pYeoL p+woods ,apref :eACe d guider of manners j i I Lutherans revised their hymnal in i Florida Power Lounge 3:30 pan. be delivered
rrwrM..1 y .r I Newsome, Committee mem- The speech must np
{' :(ContiAtied Hmtt 1' i' n 1 1j ..f fr*i x r i r dgia '* r 4 "/ Home Dem. Clubs are taking I 1958. Southern Baptist plan a new Thursday, January 31, 1963 by bers, Don Wetherington, Bill Butler read. '6
.cLi..' ".- ... --; a'R '" With, ,j edsions.. There were, 4fc1assificati I the study of Home improvement one in 1961. Sharon HoweQ. .The Devotion was Terry Bonnell ,and Sharon The speech must be betweent 5 asS
GREEN FURNITURE TOUR. .. teenagers 10 year' beginning Thursday March 7,., "How great Thou Art", is a stan led by Miriam Ne\Vsome. followed Howell. 7 minutes. "*
: olds 6 olds and 1 adult, Mrs. dard hymn of the Billy Graham with the pledge to the American
i i year Several they did an! :
Thursday afternoon February White. The 10 olds Bob White years ago Crusades. "God of Grace and God Flag and the 4-H pledge. SERVING COMMITTEE, Sharon Speech awards will be given. JI
28, 1963, the Home Demonstratioin year excellent job along those liines-: '
I Chairman I
Sapp, Committee Mem' about awrd
and Gerald Parnell came in for of Glory" is a Harry Emerson ]ORDER OF BUSINESS ; Mr. Andrews talked
club took a' tour of the Green Thursday they studied "furniture:: : bers: Brenda Smith, Galls Hayes,
first and could have kept going i Fosdick favorite sung to a Welsh Election of officers: Sharon Howell that we can win, and
FurnitureCompany in Live Oak-i, arranging.
; Melody. President, Miriam Newsome, Jackie Kemp.CLEANUP also can be won if we work
to 'learn of furniture : The 6 year olds, Crystal White *
types good .
construction and etc. Mr. Ronald and Kathie Pautz enjoyed every PARTY FOR MRS. | Vice President; Sharon Sapp. Re- COMMITTEE Billy hard enough.
Green talked to the how:minute. Walkiing crossties amused DOROTHY CONNOL.Y I ManJon and Becky Crews of Lake f porter; Terry Bonnell, Secretary &: Morgan Chairman; .Committee We have a Committee that

to know good; furniture group and on how to them the last. half of ,the hike j: ,Pear, blossoms were used in the I City were visiting a few Jasper Treasurer. MembersT: Bobby Morgan ant David -'' draw up a Constitution for the
They rated 2nd. 'reception rooms Saturday morning friends Sunday afternoon. Once a I The meeting was then turned Smith :i' .fl. 1, oils They are going to try to
select and buy and buy. It was not ,
the talk of a salesman but rather' Mrs. White rated 3rd place and when Mrs Tom Leslie and Mrs. \month they go to Twin Lakes and over to the president of the boys September, January and May have it fo rthe next meeting.!
Joe :Mitchell entertained at the for,take Becky's invalid father to his Council Don Wetherington were chosen for the The roll was called, those pre'sent -
of a man who knows furniture values said she was a bit -
weary. mers's home, honoring their sister, j I Primitive Baptist church. There was a discussion of the ing months. .' \ j\ were: Terry Bonnell, Sue But-
and was willing to share thatknowledge. Of the teenagers Lillian Riley Mrs. Dorothy Connoly. Receivingwith Annual Parents and Awards Banquet The meetings will be on thefJa tJ Uer. Betty Cooper, Rebecca Dedge

I I and Terry Bonnell did excellent at the hostesses and Mrs. I Lamar and Glennis Lewis and It will be held 7:30 pan. Saturday Thursday o fthese months unless Gail Hayes, Sharon Howell Jackie
Twenty five were in attendance I 4th place. Eula Mae Starlin left little son Lindsay Scott came home Lois Ann Miler
otherwise notified.
Connolly: was their cousin Mrs. I March 16, at the VFW Homein Kemp, Betty Lamb
12 Home Demonstration members''I with her aunt at the halfway mark. .Aladge Buckles of Birmingham.The I from Homestead Saturday night Jasper. Recreation Chairman for the Linda Morgan, Sue Murphy,

t and twelve 4 Hers and Mrs. White |! They went out the Bakers Mill, mantle was banked with' the I for several days visit with Lamar's Getting a speaking for the program :May meeting: Rebecca Dedge, Miriam Newsome, Lillian Riley,

the County Home Dem. Agent. ,, road. It was Sunday and a gorgeous -lovely spring blossoms and in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton was turned over to Mr. An- Committee Don Wetherington and Sharon Sapp Branda Smith Don

); Lois Curry Mamie Lewis, Jessie day on the "open road."I'dining room a spray of pear bios- Lewis and nine weeks old Lindsay's rews and Mrs. White. It was sug- Sharon Howell:'Jennings', will furnish Wetherington, Bobby Morgan Billy
Maejyicfeery, Edna Barker, Pearle i iif After, tramping 4 one quarter miles proud great grandmother. Mrs. W. I
overlaid with a handsome embroidsoms gested that a 4-H boy or girl speak refreSh nen *Morgan. David Smith Jimmie
,Blair, Agnes Howell lathe Deas, they paused for sandwiches and 4 I centered the table which was B. Lewis. CHAIRMAN AND COMMITTEES Public.'SneakinEft in gnef oft the Rance Andrews, Bill Butler.TradelnThat .
, Mrs. Dan McGhin, Connie Tutterow | came back down by the A. c.. L. i ered cloth. Miss Bebe Connolly I Lamar is with the Air Force in : at 't 4
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t !Mrs. White Mrs. J. D. Lasseter 'taking the little i Savannah until when he ----------------------------- --- ----
\ path. i daughter of Mrs. ConoHy: poured I recently -----
). Mrs. Jessie Phillips, Mrs. Charlie Some 'counting crossties-ethers I coffee. Trays chicken sandwiches was transferred to Homestead Air f "

Mitchell. Mrs. Martha McCall ey, An excellent beginning of this na-'in silver were passed. Tiny bite f Force Base. .
Mrs. Beth Johnson. tiion-wide interest in physical fit I Ii size cookies were served from aside I' '"
4-H'ers going Jessie ness and endurance. ( I'm all for dignified music in
were Phillips I table. It was a gorgeous spring 'I
Rebecca Dedge, Eula Mae Star-, | and every one was hi holiday church but it" is opinion we
fixation is.
America's Fitness I lastAfter
ling, Terry Bonnell, Joan Smith, I: I mood. Here and there spring costumes I might go too all folks
measured by a litle red, white and]:
do have troubles and a stand-by .
Nora Ann Smith, Waunille Walker, ventured out-after weeks -
Gtenda Hewitt, Sharon Howell,I blue booklet cost. fLOO-issued in winter. It'I helper is a satisfaction.
I delaying by prolonged .
1958 by the Canadian Air Force *
Miriam." : ; "Newsome* .-, Betty* Sue Vantz. which gives 5BX" (Five basic j,was a pretty party and a happy one I' Kathy Pautz has been visiting Old Furniturefor

t 'r *,. 4-H'ers TAKE HIKE I exercises) for men and "XBX" II |, Assisting the hostess were Mrs. I Crystal White while mother was in
3ourJHers: took a Kennedy Hike. i I ((5 basic exercises) for women. Ann Malpas Mrs. Pauline KennedyMrs. I Jacksonville Valerie stayed with
Sunday- afternoon March 3. The They are carefully graduated as to Luriene Johnson, the Lindays.-while Vicky was at

affair in the planning for several I I age, group and difficulty. Bebe Connolly. the Lane Bullards. But (mother) a new Living Room Suite Bedroom Suite-

'day!,'stirred up a bit of thinking I I I Red Skelton used them and a : Mrs. Madge Buckles Cook of Birmingham Mrs. Leonard Conner is coming ,
.and deciding thinking of the long bit of dieting and today he's lighter is visiting in town for a home this week.
, 8% mile trip deciding if something I 1 I slimmer and more ept than ever" few days. Madge was born here Mrs. Mary. Collins* who underwent Refrigerator: or whatever you need!!

daughter of Mr. Ed Buckles and I'
surgery in Hamilton Hospital -
tAa cjuqI- lIrch !I Ethel Hewitt Buckles. She has been has returned to her home. WE GIVE LIBERAL'ALLOWANCETRADEINS
Y tllK for the ; .
oc- .
away many years save \y.r: .'I"..' I# \.
I casioinal few days visit. ; Mrs. D. N. Cone joined her ': '- '
: .:jl .
O.N' !
r Our methods are as modern j I Madge, we understand is a profitable brother and sister of New Hampshire '
dealer in Oriental Rugs and on a trip to Tampa.
as they come. For that electrical .
::i:::;:;: i: : :;: :;:;:::;: :- --;-:-:::-:-;: : Antiques. She is not just a dealer, a
job, give us a call, and your Mrs. Molly Kate Kilpatrick entertained
I she is a connoisseur and advises ,
electrical troubles: are owr. & Duke Furniture Co.
.. home owners in their decorations. the W. 5. C. S. Monday Dedge.
and ;
Contracting ,repair. evening at their'regular meeting.Mrs. .
.. .... .1 10,000 are expected to attend the.t Griffin gave, the devotionaland .
1 I Florida Educational association in Mrs. Fred Whitaker spoke on
1 1I I I Jacksonville next week. Delegates I,missions. The subject "The Rime SY2-4961 Jasper
/ c I I i from Jasper High School will attend of East Asia."

'I' Mrs. Kilpatrick served delicious ,,.q..q, / /"4'r'q.' ..
USED T-V homemade cookies and coffee while
I Kregiozen: ,a mysterious horse I the ladies enjoyed a social hour.Thursday S. S
serum as a cure for some cancer -

ONLY. $50 has caused savage controversyfor evening Rev.Mr. ErneLatrell .NOW SEE WHAB-NEW-AT-WURYCHEVR-. :"DEALER'S I
____ 12 years. It is now being investi-! of Lake 'City 'spoke'to the

___ USED gated by the Food and Drug Ad- Methodist congregation at their. one .
___ ministration. It has been used by night Revival. SUPER SPORTS-that's the only name for Fats It even offers a new Comfortilt steering

Refrigerator 3500 doctors but never approved .. ... them! Four'entirely different kinds of canto wheel that positions! right i where you
bucket-seat want it. B The new ChIvy II Nova S3
choose frOm including convertibles
? '1 by F.,D. A. This was Revival week at the
Baptist Church. and'coupes And most every ODe has its own brand of excitement. Likewise

Ugfds oudon'f Jet ONLY $75 The District 3 of F F. W. C. Friends of Mrs. Lucile Hunt have can be matched: with such sports-car type the turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corvair

Juniorworlit SEE THEM fashion show came off per schedule been receiving little decorated features 4-speed stick or Powerglide :Monza Spydcf cad the all new Corvette
Hi d Tuesday afternon March 5 over transmission Positraction tachometer SUng na.TUIt decide how sporty :you
\. gete bang cakes of Sweetheart soap. These ,.IiP....
", ?faulty tKCUrl BEFORE YOU BUY. .at the 'Liv_'Oak'ChrtJ. ',. she had'don .TOrself with: .,perhaps :.'"- .;. performance npnesi; you aarite iCB want to set,then pick your equipment and r-
Mrs./Sicmey' Ashley of Madisonwas a little assistance -om her ,daughter. ". want your spice plus the luxuries'of*J inks p#*? 425 bp in the Chevrolet SS, .

winner in a white three'peace 1 They were painted and hada sized family car, try the ChevroletlmpalaSS. : .fcittedinr thQ popular) Turbo-Fire 409 with

outfit: a white dress, blue and I decal in the center and had been It's one of the smoothest road'runners' .340 hp for smooth, responsive handling?

white white figured jacket. over With blouse this she,and wore the meant to get here by Christmas.Her that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket; ,in city traffic. 'options! at extra cost

UILDFRS x t CTRlCAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES* friends are delighted.
black shoes and
i white hat and :
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Hunt once
bag.There : lived in White Springs but are now ---
2-3801 was only one winner: who living with their daughter at 3848

now goes to the State Fashion show MarieCook Drive. Montgomery 8,
in contest for that trip for two i Ala. ?-

} t[to Nassau. I { ..
Representing the Jasper Club ] Mary Frances Lewis, Jim Camp _
were President Lois Curry and and Mabel Mitchell attended a district -
Quick as a Cat! i 1\trs. \William Kyser both a credit meeting of the Presbyterian

[Ito any' club altho not winners. Lois Women of the Church in Gaines-'
a blue semi fitted Jacket vile earlier in the week.
N. ,' I i j dress: with blue hat and gloves .

-Strong as a tiger!. No 3-plow tractor outworksthis ,I .WAtt black shoes and bag. Betty Mesdames Mildred Sapp Mar- ...' ry.w. rr
K..rer modeled a red wool dress garet Sapp Jim Camp and Virginia -
MF 35 diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson i
;en:I r:sed black accessories. Chandler went to Jacksonvillefor

System! Now livelier than ever-with t 12 forward "1 TV First B.... tlts.: start their Re- day the evening.Van Clyburn Concert Mon-

speeds, shift on-the-go, and a new differential! lock ,vival (annual) March llth. Rev. .. *
Mr. Slaymaker of the Metropolitan Thelma Lewis and Mary Francis
to stop wheel spinning in slick going. Still theworld's I Baptist Church of Bayamon Puerto j Lewis visited Tom end Gerry Lewis
Rico will be tying in for the meet- I in Jacksonville one day recently.
best-selling tractor-by far. (No wonderall ing., *
Dr. Maurice Lindaur( of Valdosta
the others 'me-too itHave tried the
) you QUOTED FROM "TDIE"church State College spoke to the Parent-

... musicians and their pastors Teacher organization Tuesday evenIng
New MF 35? Stop in today! .. the nations
are quietly revising March 5 at the Eelementry
taste in congregational songs and School. The speaker and his subject

Your MASSEY-FERGUSON Dealer '. ." .. the consigning some of the oldfavorites "Civil Defense." evoked much
to oblivion. interest. There was a question and
In England David Holbrook (tea-
; answer period.
ALBRITTON.. BROS, cher) and Elizabeth Pastor are

preparing a new hymnal for use starts in I I .. t I
Tractor CompanyLive school; Every British school It

!1& Sax with a hymn). .-- .--

_. Oak FO 2-2381 "Two years ago the Orthodox -
1 Presbyterain church brought out a __
new hymnal, leaving out such awnNOTICE -? r -y-=
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b-o .-.i1'!... .. "It is not for man to rest in 14

.It j> ivo .f., J | absolute contentment ." l bss.

It'. .... ,.,. '" -Southey .. -
". :..'( Many, of us dwell from time to

.' .. ." -, time on thoughts of reaching and
i.. ... HAMILTON blissfully sinking down in a plea i

.... COUNTY TAXPAYERS ., cant morass of contentment. It, i
: .. :; Is.just posMWe Apwcver, to be-,
.': : .: :: f' tome surfeited even of absolute

: : March 31st is the.' st day to pay youritaxes answer contentment more and and more eventually. actively to

v ti *.* -. -i-- to the faint, stirring of ..adven
k- and change which' is
ture partof
j Without a Penalty! .-.: : mankind's makeup.The .
. .. . human animal seldom
-: .. ,, "
teaches a plateau which be considers -

'. ..: ;AVOID A PENALTY : :/ absolute. There is always ,.

> .- : something just a bit better ;
V .: :": : '' :; something promising stiH greater -

:. '. PAY BY THEJlstl!?: attainment and sweeter contentment Pictured IrO'1llIt1p to bottom: Conetl &i*? Ray Gnrtriible! Corsair Uoma Spider (onttrtibte" Chevy II
:$, ...... ....f;, to11'''. .to beckon him on. Nova W SS C..,..,Chevrolet Impala SS C IqO. (Sr Sport end Spider efinpaunt optional at extra""'" .
'""' :. ': ... s". ..: .art'-, .. 34r; '" ** a Yoa ladies will expertenc *
.fu \., .. .i\ ,:J measure of awed coafaatenegt,
sir :1 '"4. '(6.'f: : )
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Huge Tobacco ale Burnham t" Njews 4-H CLUBThe THOMAS O. wItilAMs'OOJII'r CHARLES COMBASSIN

II IIby By LOIS ZIPPEKER"FIRE meeting of the Jasper Senior
AnnouncedAbout High Girls' 4-H dub was called Army PFC Thomas G. Williams Airman Third Class Charles C.

65 Million pounds of old- M L Powell. Principal, Jasper SchoolsAs AND ICE' I to order.on Thursday at 12:00 by son of Gillie Williams cJftsper, recently Combass, whose brother Sidney
.r By Robert Frost Lillian Riley. A skit called .Saf-- completed six months of
crop tobacco was sold in one day the time for throughout the state. 'his"-is an specialized training with the
with Electrical
by the flue-cured Some say the world, win I end in fire ety Play" was put *
Tobacco Cooper- ..... the convening} of oblig3tpn to be met at the state on. Cast: Lillian Riley Terry Bon- Army's Sergeant missile at the
ative Stabliziation Corporation, according .. the aid sub-, say in ice
next session level one that must have a nell, Rebecca fledge, Jessie Phillips Artillery and Missile Center Fort
to word reaching the ASCS .t of the General stantial increase in financial assis- From what I've tasted of desireI SIll, 0kJa.

State Office. (Government price -.. i ''Assembly of the tance if the need is to be m_ et. hold with those who favor fireI .I Raines, Waunell and JoAnn Walker Smith. Caroline Williams receivied instruction in I Ithe'
support on tobacco is made available state of Florida'' think I know enough of hate. :
to l lI !'i Along with an adequate supply of But if :I had to perish twice I I; Lillian Riley and Terry Bonnell I, assembly and tactical deploy-
growers through prodUcer draws
near '
I you 'ment of the missile climaxed by 1I
t textbooks have planned a tour of the hospital with
up-to-date must
we To say that for destruction ice is i I
cooperative associations.) The leaf will likely I
; very Jan actual firing of the solid-fuel
sold well qualified, competent and dedi- also great the help of Mrs. White. I
was from some 92 million 5 see quite a num- Sergeant.
cated teachers in sufficient numberto We arrived at 12:25 and were
And would suffice.
pounds of less desirable varieties of ber of proposals
He entered the in March
staff'th classrooms guided by Mrs. Lamb thru the hos- Army
the 1955 and 1956 crops which were for school legislation properly _* *r-. ,* I
1962 and completed basic train-
of schools. Florida's increasing pital. The tour was completed
acquired, under price-support oper-' & for ways our Mr. and Mrs.'C. A. Ford spent by ing at Fort Jackson S. C. '
school population coupled with the 12:40.;
ations. and means of financing the school three or four weeks recently in I
i The 29-year old soldier is 1961
of living has af- Meeting adjourned at 1:20.
Emery Williams Chairman of program of the state and for other continuing cost southern Florida going to Okeecho-
graduate of J. R. E. Lee High
fected this of school Reporter, Terry Bonnell
the ASCS State Committee, said j essential state services. You will area our pro- bee to visit a son, :Mr. and Mrs. High School.GRADY.
he ,could not recall a larger 1-day hear much about adequate pay and'merit gram. Many systems in the state Kenneth Ford ,a d family. Then on
tobacco sale. pay for Florida teachers. have not been able to employ to Arcadia for a visit with a sister In Loving Memory

The sale followed an announce-I You will also be briefed on the enough adequately-trained-teachers. Mrs. Ethel Jarabee. They wentto :In loving of PHILLIPS GETS i i, .
to staff their schools and have memory our
ment reprfcing the tobacco at an operational needs of the schools been forced to employ Sarasota from Arcadia to visita father and grandfather, Mr. C. N PROMOTION I|i t ,
average'of 45 cents a pound about system the transportation problems ,consequently friend Mrs. Sarah Drymond. 'Comb .ss of Rt. 3 .'
I :people with, substandard qualifica- Carpenter who passed away one Grady D. Phillips. 24, whose wife, 'isper
3 or 4 cents a pound lower than the of the schools, and the needs After leaving Sarasota they went I reassigned to Francis E Warren
8 1962. God lives
tions. Only a few years ago Flori- year ago. 1 Betty in Jasper, recently was
price-support level for the of the junior and senior colleges of back to Arcadia to do
average some fishing. called him I AFB, Wyo. for training and dutyas
da stood in a very enviable position home it was his will promoted to specialist four in Germany -
two crops. Previously the Depart- the state. There will be much among the states :in relation to From there they went to Bowling but in our hearts we love him still. .where he is a member of a fire protection specialist.
of had announcedthat discussion as to the proportionateshare Green to visit sister-in-law I I'
ment Agriculture a Mrs. Airman Combass
His is recently completed -
teacher salaries. It stood 10th from memory as dear today as in the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regi-
Section 32 funds would be usedto of finances that should be sup Leona King: Then on to Tampa fora United States Air Force
the top in average annual teachersalaries. the he passed away. We often I I ment.
encourage export of this tobacco. plied at the local level. You will With other state raising visit with a son, Mr. and Mrs. sit and think of him when we Specialist Phillips, a driver in basic military training at Lackland
Section 32 of the Agricultural Ad- hear pros and cons of some form of Allen Ford and family and from
their salary schedule Florida has are all alone. For memory is the I I Troop E of the regiment's 2nd AFB, Tex. .
Act that 30 tax to supply the revenue there to Clearwater
justment provides per- a visit with He is a 1962 graduate of Jennings
dropped to the 24th position in this only thing that grief can call its Reconnaissance Squadron in Bam
cent of tariff receipts may be usedto t to meet the expanding cost of an aunt Mrs. Avie Selph. Mr. and I I
I High School.]
matter of teacher salaries. Competence own. :berg, entered the Army in Nov.
and aid the sale of school services in Florida. Of Mrs. Ford enjoyed their visit i
encourage awards and merit pay has very Mrs. Bonnie Braswell : 1961, completed basic training at I
farm commodities.The I course there wily be many phasesof much and they.did lots of fishingand i'(
governmental interests before not bridged the gap in securing and sightseeing-- daughter,, and children 1/ort Gordon, Ga. and arrived High School. His parents, Mr. and
Chairman said indications
holding competent teachers. A gen- I I ___ seas last April. o\"er-I Airs. Oren F. Phillips, live on
the people and the General Assembly 1--
that most of the tobacco sold .
are I besides those pertaining to edu- eral increase in salary plus a possible e j{ He is a 1958 graduate of Route 2 Jasper.
will move into export channels. must be coupled Little Steven Alderman county. .
merit system was con- .. .
The special; sale will continue witha t cation. However our particular area SC. 1 I A
Florida is to a fined to Hamilton Memorial Hospital
together if secure ,
of interest is education and it is
view to moving the 27 million lour teaching force to staff her schools several days last week where "Few things are harder to put
pounds of the 1955and 1956-crop: i purpose to present educational and per- with competent teachers. Such a he underwent surgery for appendi- up with than the annoyance of a Dine & Dance
to interpret the
tobacco remaining in the Stabiliza- chaps NitelyNo
I program will cost money and thosein citis. He returned home Saturdayand good example. -Mark TwainI
needs as related to the state as a
tion Corporation stocks. responsible positions must face is doing nicely.Mr. i
Since this tobacco was acquiredby whole and to Hamilton County and it. I Mrs. Vivian McCall and Miss ( Admission
to Charge
Jasper in particular.We up Willie Blair of
the Corporation, the price sup- and Mrs. Melvin Smith and Madison County
port on tobacco has been adjustedto would like to see every Not only must our school have two daughters and grandson visited spent Sunday with their niece, Mr.I

provide a lower support'price I citizen in our county, with or good teachers and good books but their sister and aunt Mr. and Mrs. and :Mrs. David Keeling. Also spending I BAND ON FRIDAY NITES
on these less-desirable varieties.PHOTOGRAPHY without school age children, become they'lJ1.' t also have sufficient aids George Young Sr. Saturday after- Sunday with the KeeEngs were
I vitally interested in every and supplies and proper surround- their son and family? Mr. and Mrs!Ii Admission $2.00 Couple No minors Please
I I proposal affecting schools of our, ings conducive to good teachingand j i Tommy Keeling; and baby of Jack

r ] county. It is axiomatic to say that good learning. A home making Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunninghamspent sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Don ,. LITTLE HICKORY
j jr 'good schools cost money and poor department must be equipped with Saturday night and Sundayin DeLoach and children of Pinetta.
1 schools cost even more. Quality facilities to do the jobI .
I necessary Deland with Mr. and Mrs. Har- Formerly Country Kitchen Madison I should become a reality i I I that the homemaking department I lan Lambert and baby. They attended Brother and Mrs. W. J. Thursby 1. I
and not just a pretty phrase to should be doing. The science labs '! the Central Florida Fair in of Ochlocknee, Georgia, had dinner I .

throw around. Certain criteria must ', must have the necessary equip. Orlando Saturday night. They had Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan,

be met in order to achieve this ment and apparatus to implement the privilege oj...looking into the Burnham. Bro. Thursby is, now I -rtitHalf Pints. g A{ f
quality education that we talk and make meaningful the teachingof space capsule seeing' the exact position pastor of Lake Park Christian I EsJVelvetysmooth

about so much. An absolute must the courses .in science offered the man occupied while in Church. j
"for goad teaching is an adequate ,by' the school. Farm,shop, and in- orbit. This was quite interestingto Mr. and Mrs. Dalton McCulley t
'supply of recent and up-to-date text dustrial arts shops must be properly i and children of Jacksonville and! ice

books. This is one of the most glar- equipped if they are to perform see.Mr. Mrs. McCulley's mother, Mrs. Tur-1 I I : cream rich in flavor and

ing needs of our own schools and 'their tasks. The library must be an and Mrs. J. E. Williamsand fington, spent Sunday with Mrs. : packed with health
j in most school systems of the augmented resource center to im- children Wesley and Cindy of Mattie McCulley. I giving
[states, This situation ,stems from plement every area of teaching in Jacksonville spent the weekend p wholesomeness is the

itwo.irreconcilable.: factors. In spite ,which the school is engaged. And so with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Hoflis McCulloughwere king of desserts. Serve it

|of the tremendous increase in it goes for every teaching area and Winston Williams.. Little Wesley over from Tallahassee Sun- for
I today !
i royal treat
school population 'in the last few( department of every school. The remained for a longer visit. with his day having dinner with Mrs. Mc- a
'school population in ,the last few task accomplished will be in proportion grandparents. Cullough's parents Mr. and :Mrs. .

y4ars, the General Assembly cut to ,the number of dedicated e e Franklin Gaston. Also having dinner i r t' Use Our
budget the supply of with :Mr. and Mrs. Gas-
about $2,000,000.Qo.from the teachers coupled Mr. and Mrs. Russell Horne and Sunday ;,
book allotments.Thus hand properly used. ton 'Mr. mother Quick Drive-In
pt'Oposalfor', ,text materials at children of Lake dry visited their were McCullough
action has res ted in a ,real Under proper incentives most children parents Mr. and Mrs. Claud Home and aunt, Mrs.Ira McCullough and J Service

L I crisis i in the text book :situation will learn. and,learn well. I over the weekend. .Lairs Bessie' Newsome of Madison. 1O :
t- .
? 4 4r.F rl / >. Jt; Mrs. Rurus Culbreth and children a.. .
Mrs. Jack IJoy;{and children of and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Culbreth PURE, SWEET

'' t. Waycross and Mrt and Mrs. Hall- spent Sunday in Adel visiting a'; Wiring bad? MILK
1 k r' j:
Y rt 'r 4 Mortgage am Culbreth and baby of Jackson- friend, Mrs. John Harris. They also Grcuits shorted and other

ville spent the weekend with their visited their aunt, Mrs. Emma Seems at one*
parents and grandparents, Mr. and Futch in Hahira. And don't bt thwarted. Dairy Products

,.. .... .' ....'.- ...... ,. .,.., .. Mrs. J. S. Burnham. .. i!
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Mrs. Eula Dukes and children,
Slo.t11. r I Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Selph Mr. and'Mrs. Willard Dukes and sw .
: .drn. MoneyNow
had all of Mrs. Selph's family except children of Quitman spent Sunday *- f ''&fv*##' 3E 'g* *
... one sister with them for din- afternoon with their sister and aunt (
j ja ner ents Sunday Mr. and They Mrs.were PennyweH: her par Kel- Mr. and Mrs. .Melvin. Selph. Suumnimi Yauif Itejii

Available ly and children of Live Oak; her Rev. O. E. 'Thompson Assemblyof CASH

brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley God Minister of Jennings visited MILK E6GS e
1 I In This Area! Kelley and baby of Madison; and Mr. and :Mrs.. George Young Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kelley of this Sunday afternoon.
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I We Make First Mortgage -

Miamf.dl :WEEK-' Loans On All gejcq4
Vacation $2SPEt ingouluaess I '-.

row''I Types of ImprovedReal 3 WT
forget D.c 15

Estate r'34ty.,v'w ro. rl oo? a

Come in and see us for loans to construct a home-

RESORT MOTEL payoff an existing home mortgage purchase a home,
\ Your electric appliance dealer Is banging out bargains left and
I made additions to present home or farm, or
100%Air ComRtlorwd and HMtad your right during March and April (fEED EM and CLEAN "EM
Luxurious Frah Water Pool'
Convenient to Golf Cat: -, Roc* buy a farm. p \ \ ELECTRICALLY days). If you change from a fuel-type stove or

and Tracks Nile* All subs Recreation, riper Serving Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette Counties '-E.. '- '\ \.. water heater to flameless electric we will pay you a $25.wiring f'

rhonea ta all ROOM allowance for each appliance.Save up to $50. > .-:, F
CwbtnaHon, Tub and Showar and .i
: Tiled loth In BrerIM FIRST FEDERAL '" \ And if$ just In time for those busy days ahead when the ,.

teohlde Coffee gap right- I .' :: kids come home with bigger appetites and dirtier clothes.
:Blacayne Boy ASSOCIATION % :'sN "
1-- Spoctoua lounge with Hawaond.QgonondTV SAVINGS & LOAN -

located Dtrecriy Bbooy&e toyJBTeneq of-LIVE OAK .
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ISLAND KOUSI MOTEL. Man.. Tues., Wed.. Fri. & '
0 Thurs. 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 pan I ""
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Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1s.
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The Bran on 1 Looper is the only machine on the market that has

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GUARANTJfallout BED' (12 ,months warranty) will not exceed 1 1-* i days ah*.d with a you ew saved And daaa ilidrtc: cooung
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:' !MPLEMENI--fcO. '; MARTIN'S NURSING !f Inc.tiV.G how this really advanced car per-
HOME LTD. Grantham Chevrolet
. I service on any make of car. Stopin
and look over the NEW CHEVROLET -
t 11 "Your John Deer Dealer"Don't '. i Recommended by Doctors D. CHEVROLET INC.Many CAR or TRUCK or one

r 4 Martin's Nursing Home is more that pleasant surroundings contribute = of their O-K Used Cars.
on farming the hard (tractor,and ) is
1 go equipment a completely -
way. Plan now to raise than a local institution. They accept to the well-being of the pa- people guess Chevrolet's So compare quality and compare Call Grantham when your need
farming jobs-at your cropsad4ll big l '_ new system of fanning: patients from all over this tients. They serve nourishing and price at hundreds of dollars aboVeits forms. : arises for Farm Equipment: J. I.

savings. in your time labor,..and'tnoneywith With Jll the(dependability. quality:I section of our community. Theyare appetizing food actual cost. Come in and check' Both companies offer" complete Case Farm Equipment men are

"'a John Deere Tractor and 'and|cpnomy and longtime sails i pleasantly located so that rela- Martin's Nursing Home cares for for yourself and you'll discover afford trained to service tomorrow what

matched equipment.Here faction foritaiifeii the name John ''tives and friends can call without aged, invalids, convalescents, and I that a big, beautiful fineperforming price. If you can any new they sell today.Grantham's .

is a simple, Compact trac..Deere is f jftio i ''A., I'I inconvenience. The heating, ven- chronic cases. The nurses are I Chevrolet or the thrifty Corvaircan car you can afford a CHEVROLETor telephone is 362-2976

tor a boy can operate a lract r' -.- It's'".tnore'ipwjust a new tractor I tilating and sanitary arrangements people or the'highest type and they I be yours for a very few dollars CORVAIR. See for yourself, get in Live Oak W.G.D. is 792-6061.)
the modern the home is have prepared themselves for the and drive learn in Jasper.
most wheel
are more than the cheapest "imports. behind the -
to understand "A comfdete'System
t easy easy; handle. : of Farming'for'jhe II
I under the direction of Lucille Martin handling and care of aU cases that I
Picture one of these new John smaBer as well as the
have but to venture in and look
R. N. come under their direction. I R-OSS- JEWELRY AND GIFT CO.
Deere tractors larger farmsE; the all-round j
on your place- IVS The environment is pleasant, the Registered nurse on duty 24 hours I over their large display to find ma-
handling an farm jobs down all-season "helper'It I
your -
rooms are comfortable and cheer- a day. They are'in White Springs, "For the Gift of Pleasure"Of ny beautiful articles that are Just
through the seasons. will pay you. to investigate. i right for gift kleas.Your" .
ful because the management feels telephone 3972691. I
John Deere offers a complete See FARMERS JMPJ MENT CO. '
/ an the gifts, whatever the Elgin, Hamilton and Tissot Watches headquarters for gifts that
system of fanning. on East Howar!#& treet, Live Oak, I I occasion rememberedItemsto
: will be
The tractor that's complete in Telephone 362-25fHt'See! them also Suwannee Valley Electric Co-op., Inca -graduation, birthday, June glassware, china and sflver. long
satisfy those who place a value'on
I every detail-with all the advan- for the .ansne%\Hawk Tobacco wedding, the most appreciated Hundreds of unusual items and
I Important To Entire CommunityOne lasting Is the gift of jewelry. taste and beauty, all moderately -
ced features you've been wanting. Stringer-also Lotighulk Curing
gifts of beauty and lasting value
priced. You are sure to find
Ross Jewelry and Gift
Here in matched unitI" I Company
simple Barns.
i one '. : -- institution performing an im- The Suwannee Valley ElectricCoop I have a fine selection to choose from await your pleasure at Ross Jewelry just what you want at Ross Jewelry -

SHERWIN measurable service to its membersis is a locally owned, non-profit I such outstanding values as Keepsake the best in nationally advertised and Gift Co., 115 No. Ohio, Live '
WILLIAMS! CO. i the Suwannee Valley Electric taxpaying cooperative managed bya I and Harts & Flowers Dia- jewelry as weD as a large se- Oak. I

Cooperative, Inc. This institution Board of Directors.r mond rings; nationally advertised lection of costume jewelry. You "Complete Bridal Service!"
Prints For All life has been the champion .
\ Purpose I during -- -- --

for modernizing rural life thru Suwannee, Valley Electric Co-op SU'VA NEE GRAIN CORP.
G In this age of "easy care" living, er Kern-Tone and Kem-Glo, Amer bringing electricity to the farm. since its treation: has brought age.Each year the trade increasesand

no one factor aids the homemakermore ica's favorites.. 1 Reliable and adequate electric service about the investment of millions of Buys, Stores, Dries Grain the territory covered by their

_"than having the interior'and has been made available. dollars in electric distribution fa- service is extended. The fjgtners
exterior of your home planned'with Paint..has always been the decOTator"s j! Suwannee Valley Electric Coopit cilities. This has spark-plugged I This review, covering as it does, ed now will be remembered in the have learned that the Suwannee

upkeep in mind. Quality paints m0s < useful tool and at : performing the task for which it millions of jdollars of local private a rural and semi-rural territory, future, the management conductsthe Grain Corporation tinder. the direction -
Sherw dt
and varnishes will enhance the -Win s Co. you will find was, by necessity, created. An act expenditures necessary to electrifyand wishes to bring to the attention of business on a policy of satis- of Lawrence I Roger ,is a

beauty, preserve and protect your all colors and 4 a'fprice range to fit II of Congress started the machinery modernize the homes now served its readers one firm located in Live useful and convenient friend when

home, besides offering "easy care' your budge / 'lso'-fine selections rolling to strive to make electricity by Suwannee Valley Electric I Oak which has served this district faction and cooperation to the cus they need these services. They are

Sherwin-Williams Co. carries a of waUpa-t.l'/J rsJ: .t>. II I available on every farm and to Co-op, which makes the rural com- long and well.Realizing tomer. They are familiar with ev- on Houston Ave., telephone Live

complete line of painters' supplies, can 362 O 7>a, 6?better still, stop !; continue the delivery of adequate, munity a more desirable place to I that the service render- ery phase of grain drying and stor- Oak, 362-3596. I
brushes, oils and thinners. The 'reliable and economical service. live. -- --- ----
at UV.rJ.onWest Howard St. _. .
I health departments, but have their
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next time you are in need of paint, They a 30 Jay charge, or I': SUWANNEE PACKING COMPANYHome seal of approval and commendationThe

drop in on Sherwin-Williams on W. budg V ,. no down payment, no i MOTT;:mCK'CMPANY Suwannee Packing Co. can
Howard in Live Oak. They have ante i no carrying! charges. Up ? I of "Pride of Suwannee" Brand Meats
i ifi
take of all meat needs
Buick Sales Service,- International Harvester TrucksThe care your -
the famous SWP house -
paint, Sup to months to pay. I I ,
- I Keep asking for Pride of Suwan- Their popular meats are much in they also have a complete grocery
McMULLEN FOOD BANK I l most wondeful roUes'of your will know why Buick for '63 is your nee by name, they are known for demand. In many cases, they act in connection with their plant. Stop

.'1 INC I life start the minute you,ge .behind best deal. .(, their excellent flavors and health- as trade winners for the'merchants and Shop soon.
V| the wheel of a new Buick.for '63. MOTT I BUICK CO., on Madison handling theirC- f, T They do slaughtering and meat

Home of Real Southern White Acre :Brand Peas Come on in any time* its.a pleasure Road in Live Oak, operates a well- giving qualities. If you would Both the plant and the productsof curing, all year round--wholesale

c for Mott's to introduceyou: to equipped service department man- know the excellence of meat, insiston this company not,only pass the and retail. Live Oak, Telephone
In writing news items and articles .are Jon of those'who, like the fine skillful mechanics. Their
the great performers "t. aged by Pride of Suwannee. rigid inspection of the various 362-1422.
M about local business firms we' things of life, m e.ltcMul1en' saus- Come in and check andyou'll dis- up-to-date service department is -- -

are glad to include one which prom age a steady diet at your house and cover that a big beautiful, fine per- one of their most outstanding we highly recommend the services

ises to be of real interest to our to add variety give your family an forming Buick can be 'yours for prides. Mott's dependable serviceis Suwannee Valley: Livestock Market rendered by the Suwannee Valley

occasional ..treawith: % others of their very few dollars more than your really paying off. Livestock Market which is owned
readers, as they offer a real service -
choice selection ,of
fine smoked lowest price car. They handle a complete line of
to this kind of community. meats.. Sale Days Wednesdays ret 1:00 P.M. and operated by O'neal Boatright.You .
Buick gives, you spectacular performance parts for International Harvester
1 be assured of
can a
-I People who like that fine smoked ,
You can call them at 362-1457.
i -the automatic way, to Trucks and,Tractors, also complete
This reliable firm features ade- when considering freight rates and deal by patronizing this aggressive
flavor their
meats to Mc-
can go but better drive
yet, on out, pick
match your power to the problems service as well as being dealer for
Mullen Food Bank. Here quate pen room, capable and ex- weight loss in shipping.The Live Oak firm.
you can up enough. to J last a while. Re- miles
smooth the
of traffic or to on International Harvester Trucks and
the best in hams perienced hands, ample.feeding facilities commission rates on cattle For further particulars you are
get country-cured member they the wholesale
serve I
all this the
4 il bacon, shoulder and sausage and retail trade I J the open road. resale Add to value ranks Tractors. and a host of buyers from sold here are the same as they invited to call Live Oak 3621725.
fact that your 24-hour wrecker service telephone -
all sections who in the marketfor were Their popularityis Remember Sale Days Wednes-
all smoked to perfection. If are years ago. are
_ you 205 Houston ,Ave S.W., Live Oak
I among the very highest! Then you 362-1022, in Live Oak.
-- all and any type of cattle and evidenced by the. fact that their days. Located on North Houston
FLORIDA ROCK PRODUCTS -- - hogs. Live Oak prices:are .comp sales. are ever increasing. Street in.Live; Oak.Telephone.

.1 CORP. i: Roberts Hardware & ADplianceWhere : I parable to terminal market prices, In this friendly business review 362.1725. .
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Maintains Leadership : Price and Quality Meet --

.. who wish to renew their furnish-
In presenting for the consideration ments. There is no business less dispen- makes every effort to give customers ings, DUNN'S offer modern furniture -

of our readers the name of Freight and transportation are eibU to a community than the local complete satisfaction i i'ii of comfort, beauty and dm a-

Florida Rock Products Corp., Live big items, due to the weight of I hardware. Here is a storehouse of I 'Outstanding Furniture Display bility.

Oak Office, under the direction of these'm terla1s. The Florida Rock supplies necessary in the upkeepof Roberts Hardware and Appliancecan I Even if your budget is limited,

L. E. Lawhcn, we feel that we are Products,t Corp.,' located on the Jas- our homes, farms, businesses, be depended upon for nationally Make your selection from Dunn's Dunn's. come in and talk" over confident

giving credit to a firm which will per Road, 'from Live Oak, is your and mechanical equipment. Every advertised merchandise fair at Live Oak. 'J VV 'Beauty" by Here you win find "top" quality ially. The DUNN FURNITURE
have a great deal to do with the logical source: of supply. Phone type of tool to perform all types of business methods, and pleasant, COMPANY always likes to find
growth and progress of the com- 362-1852 and leave your order, or work is found available in a good cheerful personnel to serve you.They the piece or in, complete suites. furniture with distinctive styling- convenient terms to help young

munity. get information. hardware store. have had years of experiencein This season add new and refreshing modern home furnishings at reas- couples get started. You'll find

They specialize in asphalt, concrete Quality aggregates for your ev- Roberts Hardware features finest their line of business, and their beauty to your home. Comein onable prices. them "your friend," too!

and crushed stone for every ery need: for concrete, asphalt pawing :i quality tools, electrical and plumbing well rounded stock, chosen to meet and see their selection of furni- For you couples starting out Located on Conner Street, in Live

need. They have the available patch material, or road stonein I supplies paints, and general the needs of the public, shows" their ture of distinction and. quality) to housekeeping and older couples Oak telephone 3623081.Pavin .

11 supply equipment and experienceto arty.\tnrou' might desire. merchandise, at remarkably; low merchandising "know-how. please the most discriminating -

render you the best service- on Call them thenext* time, they are prices. They are shopping; headquarters Roberts handles famous names homemaker. Whatever your pref- V. J. SMUTS,

your stone and gravel require- aiudous. to swerve you well. for many of this paper'sreaders. like Frigidaire. and Motorola. In erence whatever your budget I ILord

They have won a well- Live Oak on West Howard, tele- -you'll discover the answer to Excavating, Bulldozing

LIVE OAK TJRE CX( : l deserved reputation as a store thatVELDA phone 362-1232. your home furnishing, needs at
. J' I Let V. J. Smuts pave your way! Look to him also, for excavatingand

11 B. F. Goodrich Deafer : DAIRIESMilk the safety offered by'.perfectly pasteurized If it's streets, driveways, parking land clearing. V.1.; Smuts'

or homogenized milk. areas-this dependable firm can qualifications in this field are of

r This shop is your headquarters to the Y, Qak The Co., and they Low Fat Milk, Buttermilk, Cottage Cheese Velda handle the job. the highest He has been respon-
Dairies buys much milk in
for'saving money on tires. 'If'au ,will refwith first gradethousands sible for the excavating work on
Chocolate Milk Ice Cream i, No driveinstreet or parking
need new tires for 'truckor this area and you may be assured construction Jobsin
your car, material 1; many important
that with them will lot is better than its foundation and
tractor they have guaranteedB. Tl :.haAped of North Houston St. Live Oak: any this area.
F. GOODRICH TIRES at tins I meet with the same fair and honest the material that does into its constriction -
reasonable arpgiving
prices. servl'ce";" satisfactory Velda's reputation is your assurance -richness and nutritive value. Thereis methods they have used in the pasta the processing of these Their fine and modern equipmentand
E tn1ck.s tractors, and of fine and wholesome vast difference in milk and materials into smooth, even top
Don't quality a policy that they have followed the experienced men they employ -
gamble- life the lives >
of loved your ;arsi..'JbisJ d e doubly sure beatuse ness. Their products are guarded VELDA DAIRIES is to be congratulated down thru.the years. that drains'ofTweH, requires experience make It possible for them-to
I your ones, your friends. e vet-new modern
and fact along every step from farm to your on offering Grocers, Hotels,' skin' 'and proper equipment.V. handle Jobs complete satisfao-
\ squeeze every another car you thousand meet trying miles out to best ory matenalsLTh eo pjopeirt}. and .use only the table. Watchful eyes, constant Cafes and a fine list of customers a One milk is NOT .' good ;J.. Smuts is experienced and tion.

of those old tires 'which need re- ;ZMVOak Tire tests and modern equipment all top quality milk that may be safely -, as another!!" Always get'the best have the 'asphalt I and facilities to

I capping. Life is too short at its West Co/is locatedon help to protect you. included in the diet of infants, by asking for Velda Dairy Productsby carry out the work as to thicknessand Also Crane Rental Service. Theyare
best! Howard, and is owned by Their milk is well known for its invalids, children-anyone desiring name-they are in plastic coat- load weight required to meet in Live Oak. Walker Avenue
GlenriiDu cgC They offer 24-hour _. telephone 3621448.New .
-- -- ---- --- ed cartons. ; all traffic conditions.
\ If
you have passenger car or Roade and "On the Farm
casings on which the treadIs Service1Phone- 362-2082, or at -
_worn. smooth, you can take them night, 3623403.partmdK ... & LOAN ASSOCIATIONServing !Where\ are We in the Stream of Time?

LBRITTN BRO ;.A.ttcrOR CO. Suwannee. Hamilton, and Lafayette Counties i Some have been led to beleive Himself shall descend* from r

.) j Massey-Ferguson Tractors l New WeaTann Equipment and Surrounding,: umitics that this way of life that we know is I Heaven with a shout with the voice

I at to g0 'on and lLet'us see what -320 Howard
W."; Live Oak Tefephone.362-2381 Americans save in lots of places, counr{secured up_to 10000.00 by our.Saviour said about this, subject .God and the dead in Christ shall Arrivals '

This popular business but a definite and very important the _Federal Savings and Loan Insurance while He lived on earth. in, rise first. These Scriptures tell us .
; ru' cTrSce
authorized: sales and an Justifiable trend is toward the insured savingsand Corporation an instrumentality simple faith let us believe what the that the Saviour is coming back: I __ fW.
: service dealer
for these pride- turning tfut a real craftsmanlikBjob loan associations, like First .t the United States Govern- Bible says. After three and oDe Now! When Is He coming:? That is "i-Irs.
famous implements, a ,and Ervm Brady,
promptness andefflcied Federal of Live Oak. meat ** ;half years with the Saviour, the a question that many are confused .
(welt concern of highest repute who are: Folks in this area are now putting If you are thinking of buying a Deciples heard Him say many, about. Matt 24:36; says of that day are parents of a baby-girl, fe&nie
-/ end favorably known, and who See them for that Federal and' anxious know I and hour knoweth no no*, not :Deanna Brady, .born in Hamilton
; in new machinery more of their savings dollars into home, FJrst Savings things. They were to I II man
.are' a position to render the
Memorial 3-
V W eibeen'tfiMftjng, about adding: these insured accounts. Thus eVery Loan Association makes liberal. more, so they asked. (Mart 24:2-3: even the Angels, but my 'Father Hospital on
highest of field ort '
Toe.. type shop sew-: to y tnI equi t. penny they save is a step forward mortgage loans. You will find their I["What win be'the sign of Thy amI I only verses 3235. The Saviour puts Kathy Ladonna Stephens'Was
born Mareh 4 in Hamflton Me-
AlLBRIT'1 BROS. for the entire community. service friendly and prompt. It'sa ing and the the world. ;Jesus i His finger right on the Generationthat on ,
v Allbritton Il roe, stock TRACTOR I morial Hospital. Her
a very,coma 'CC1J These people receive 4U! mighty good place to do business i i knew that m tzof be deceived, will see these signs. The sun parents are
5'plete line-r of genuine 'Parts.". 'The 00 J.eadi1y show you thrifty Mr. and Mrs. Albert -WendeH!! Stephens
service and repair is that.fh..el. have the very machine percent dividends, compounded -60 "See First Federal First!"to-!to I he' warn no man de- I was daTkenea'thaf same'i night: The .- .
shop, staffedby
ff 3G6 E. Howard, :ceive Matt 24:4. Bead an this Stars fen November 13, 1833. These
trained mechanics, and who>:io 8ffk' twice a year.. Their, savings Are sated in Live Oak you I : F r J..
protected by good management and' under the direction of D. V. Gid- Chapter. Matt 21dJ-JHe that en- things the 41 riM -lay*.man cannot .
'j.. have at hand the facilities of a .ah in Oak 214 W. 5th t,' i give Read the HJ" TEAM WINS '
HW ,Qf.
substantial res Ves. Each ac- 'dens Jrl'telephone 362-3433. dare to. th : fp dV the same shall .an account
i I r modem- -, fully equipped. .. repair de t 1 8ft J n r is. 362-23SL : -.. be saved. Matt 24 O6-2L He told the I account at the Ubraty..Ebcycbpe- Jasper's 'C* baske&eff teams defeated -
<- -- ---- : -RUW HOME Deciples about the destruction of .dia Brittardca tens us that these Madison in twp; ames this

.' 1 :y ; OE'Si'AINT:: & '=BOO I SHOP L\.W MINERAL I Jerusalem, then He says farther II. things happened and the words of Tuesday afternoon at Jasper gym.

Rev. 6:13 used the historian The -c team k composed of 11
was by
24-Hour Wrecker Service Deeds Not Just Word 1 that after the tribulation of those and
{ : TjI j 'I
362-2300 I Ii days (spoken of by Daniel 724-27. to describe the falling stars. The 12 year olds.

; Have you lost the p !deoi ownership "Tic!Y iced and thor-i( Years of experience taught Brody deeds rather than just in words, I The sun wiD be darkened The Saviour said Matt 24:32-34 Now _--. --- I _

1 ,> you once had in your car1: (tb handle this Director of the they endeavor to lighten the burden 'moon 1H not give her light, the Learn a parable of the Fig tree
'fK ': C Harris licenstfJ I
X Let Joe's straighteri theTeA of those who caD. Stars'll fail from Heaven: The when his bracj& trader and puts unto myself, J there

body dents, restore.yfur.cA fp4'tts(."","01i gs t\rM\ ptit A-1 paio jq bs Suwannee Funeral?Home- to take No problem is too involved'. ..* 'next sign is. that of the Son of I forth leymayjfc T't i r that sum ye may be also. Rev. 2U2L He S-
original beauty;? f\lrl&ayou"U tf dd 'N ant, hs'iaoth hUk is s.- granM At their,es4! no detail is too small nothing wpL Loran in Heaven Then they shall i;mer Is x Klal yrev than see coming to give His obedient cfafldreq -

be- iroudt(to drjy4 l1L ; ilre '*service hash? service'is'requested. an thekegjtt plplgt it (,,what their.reward. Thes 43& That
\rt f t ;lJtt .emm qt .*or be overlooked when their see the son of man coming in the .
{ Joe's I alatconsidered ds'-Bud + ltYrte meW I 1' reward I Eternal U vJohn 144-3 checking and jet i. elouds.; Mark i3:14--19. then U: : His conw I') f 'en at the *
i \' :expert InaH; classestaf Joe's: ; l ;o sinautomottle'glass ; -. gf.e..wit detail from 'th$ the Suwannee Funeral Home located I 24-27.2&30. ., doors rwiien sonedne conies to So they can enjoy eternal life, im

auto painting:refinlshing and body 'instaUation ana"are I first: can \mttt Ine'service is com at 625 S.Ohio Ave. fin Live 1 I i .Luke. .gives us't\'t )Rap -Scrip: see us .gets to the door tthey. ,are earth made new, Isaiah 62243.
work (wreck work a specialty). dealers for the ..t-R-Proof Glass. pleted. They have found that this Oak offers 24 hour free ambulance i i 1!tur s. Luke; 21:27-3L The Saviour!! very near. John lCKt: "Lett, not, These Scriptures show us we

; Joe Starling, owner, is in'a position JbeV Pa1 1t'7Body:>p is located -,is the kindest and most appropriate service, oxygen; and radio .equipped >said to the DedpUsflJohn 11a3'Ithat your heart be troubled ye believe id +*hpudvbe) : vets, readj .every mo

; to be of the most valuable assistance XU, riles East on Lake City i manner in which to express genuine telephone 362-1746. 1>I 1[ He would cow oade. He'said, j!God, believe also in me --kAnd ment.: Let us let reedy He is coming

to ,automobile owners and Road- |Hfy.. 90E), Telephone 3622300. -' concern and heartfelt sympathy In time of need depend on the 1,i" I will come again to receive up j i if I go and! .prepare a place for you soon.E. to any family. By thoughtful Suwannee Funeral Home. I unto myself. 1st Thess. 4:16, The- Iwfll come-again, and*rive you C.WilHs JasperPACESIX .




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//I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN THE COURT 'O FTHE by Ray NBw'ttett (Practice l Class Postage Paid at as per, lrlorida
COUNTY. FLORIDAIN : JIgeNTE: Mr. and Mrs. 'A. B.1: "SOme r .,,,4"\ K Subscriptions Strictly in Advance '
la Re .Estate PROBATE.( No. 1-ill fa Bet Estate .f went to Quincy to 'visit Mr. and 'Tnftrasner'B5 et;t l dub hel&& y $3.001n Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
HATMOJtU J. CAMP Dec**.*** BLANCHE FEAR1VSIDE.' D eMe4 Mrs. M. D. Dames. business meeting in the Florida
rro ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORS AND ALL TO PERSONS ALL CREDITORS HAVING CLAIMS AND OR :Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Douglasand Power Lounge Tuesday night and PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL Cards of Thanks .. . $1.00 Minimum

PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Mrs W. R. McNeanen of Orlando it was announced that first practice Howard Hamlin Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

DEMANDS ESTATE: AGAINST SAID ESTATE You and: each of you are hereby visited Mrs. J. M. Mffls. would be held this Sunday afternoon Mrs. Rena Southall I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers

YOU, and each of you, ARE notified and required to present any Baby Allen Johnson has been about 2:30 on the Jasper Athletic Leeon McDonald r-i-P'L ': _
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED claim and demand which, you. or visiting, his grandparents, Mr. and Field. Ban players are askedto Mrs. Bonnie Hillhouse
to present any claims and demands either of you may have against the '
which you or either of you. estate of Blanche Fearnside. deceased Mrs Roy Pafford, be present with their ball and Randall Hait'Elton MISS PATRICIA CANNADY ENGAGEDTO
may have against the Estate of late of said county,-to the CountyJudge Mrs. Essie Hardy has glove. CribbsMattie LEE MONROE CREWS III
Raymond J. Camp. Deceased late of Hamilton County Florida. gone ,
-of Hamilton County, Florida to the at his office in the court house of i down south to Bradenton to visit Uniforms were picked out and Williams 1 (col.) -
Hon. John H. McCormick. County said County at Jasper Florida, within I some of her relatives. local merchants were to be contac- William Brown (coL)
Judge of Hamilton County County six calendar month. from the time..
Courthouse in Jasper Hamilton of the first publication of this notice. I Mrs. J. A. Stephens and I wentto ted to sponsor them in preparationfor PATIENTS DISCHARGED -'S
County Florida, within six months Two copies of each claim or demand Valdosta Saturday evening. We the first game which will beheld SINCE LAST WEEK
from the date of the first publicationof shall be in writing. and shall state-
< this Notice. the place of residence and post office : went to dinner and I enjoyed the in three weeks. .... Lewis Jackson (cot)
Each claim or demand must be, in address of, the claimant and I meal very much. Then we went to William Osburn
writing: and must state the place of shall be sworn to by the claimant WaII : : .
I e-Jackson'
,residency and j>of L office addreiSu of. his agent attorney,,and .accompanied the Ritz theater and: salv Ttia Mrss Eliizabeth JeantheTte '
the claimant ana must be sworn to by a filing fee of one dollar : Miracle Worker" She and I en- Mrs. Mildred Stephens %
by the claimant, his agent or his and such claim or demand not so Lashley To Wed Saturday Larrie Hillhouse aa z
Attorney, or it will become void according filed shall be void. I joyed the evening very much. We The wedding of Miss Elizabeth
to law. I.. Ilah Fearnside High thought Andy Prine did an excellentjob James Dorman
Each creditor shall aeliver sufficient Aa administrator of theE Jeannette Lashley, daughter of Mr Arversia
I copies-of Ms claim to enable tate of Blanche Fearnside. i acting as Helen Keller's brother Riley (Bill) Lashley and the late Campbell (col.)
the County Judge to mall one to deceased. This pitcure is the life of Helen Dorothy Tyler (cot) 4jfrf _
1 ach personal representative.. First publication February 22. 198:. Mrs. Nellie Lashley formerly of Albert I
Fry 1
1 Dated February'12, A. D 1913. Feb. 22, Mar 1, 8. 15 Keller who is deaf, blind and could LaBelle, and Mr. Wayne LeRoy ,,
$ Raymond J. Camp.. Jr not talk for many years. I was Steven Alderman. ,
John C. Camp Murphy son of Mrv and Mrs. Floyd
k IN CIRCUIT COURT much interested In the story Bryan
} An Executors of the La.t'ViiI JUDICIAL very :Murphy of Thompson will be
and Testament of Ray CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN of Helen Keller's life, and as we Mrs. Mary Knowles ?1 I j
solomnized at the Antioch
I mond J Camp Deceased. Baptist ,
HAMILTON Mrs. Nettie Reid
AND FOR came home, Mrs. Stephens told me _
First publication Feb 22. 1S63
Church of Live Oak at 2:00 ,
COUNTY. In ChanceryMal'J' p.m.
Feb 2%, March I, 8. 15. 22. 1963 some things not in the picture. Glenn ScalTMrs.
Beverly. Plaintiff. Saturday, March 9. _
.. DivorceS related to Mary Collins tS
V Helen i Keller is distantly
AH relatives and friends
( are invited -
Beverly. Defendant. I Mrs. Sara Jackson
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN NOTICE OF SUIT (the Stephens family. Mrs. Stephens to attend. otJennings :
AND FOR HAMILTON IV THE NAME Of THE STATE OF I I I suggested that I read the Story of : A. D. Gaskins
COUNTY .FLORIDA OF FLORIDA: written Helen Keller.I Inez Corbett
'My Life by
IN RE:In Estate Probate of Sitting ToVANDIE Boston Georgia.BEVERLY Defendant Route: No. 3. I have it checked out of the library I Hi Herman L. Hooper

HATTIE FIISCHEn. CASSIDV.Deceased. You are hereby required to an d am now reading it. There are Rodney Smith ?: '
take notice that a suit has been I two copies in the Jennings High Senior Chatter Mrs. Deanna Brady UFAY.
NOTICE ,OK FILING FINAL HBTURKft filed against!' you in the Circuit
Mrs. Clifford Jenkins _
AND PETITION FOR DISCHARGE Court of Hamilton County Floridaat :I school library. Read it. You will i by Serious Us
OF 'ADMINISTRATOR. Jasper, Florida.. by Mary Beverly ,I see that Helen Keller accomplished Ixabella Jones (cot) ,
NOTICE Is hereby' given that I In which a divorce is sought to be I Busy, busy oh, hdvtf busy We Strawdie Udell (coL)
{ atm final returns an Administrator obtained by her from you. I I the impossible. Thanks to her good dignified. Seniors are!
of the estate of MATTIE Ton are further required to file teacher ,Ann Sullivan. Ella Washington (cot)
FINCHER CASSIDY. deceased and your answer to the Complaint in I Plan to eat with the Seniors on
that I hajfe'also,filed my petition for the office of the Clerk of said Court I I :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith ,Tuesday night. A good chicken Timothy Holland .;.. t a
distribution and for final dischargeand and to serve a copy of same uponF. handed little son, Todd Stephens, visit I win be : :Mrs. Betty Mercer
that upon the 25th day of B. Harrell. plaintiff's attorney supper waitiingfor you.
: S.
Mrs. 1. Smith Sun-:
March. 1961. I will apply to the lion. at his Office in Jasper Florida on Mr. and President Jerry had a class
r before 25th day of March. A. D.. This Todd Ste-]
John H. McCormick County Judgeof or day was I '
Hamilton County. Florida for 1963. otherwise a decree pro confesso |I and meeting on Monday. He appointedall 64 Wheat
phen's first visit to Grand I Program 6NFY
Approval of said final returns and will be entered against you. pa committees for the remainder
+ for an order of distribution and for Witness' my hand and the seal'Grandma". !I Ii
final discharge as Administrator of of said Court on this the 18th day I I i Mr. and Mrs., Rouchen Horton I I of the year. T o AffE it Florid'aGrdijers ,togs
said estate.Thin of February, 'A. D.. J963. |' We are very proud;of our boys ;
Clerk of from Valdosta visited Mrs. Grace !
February 18th. 1963. Thelma Lewis. i I
who played the basketball N
M B. BROWN, Administrator Circuit Court of Hamilton Stephens on
1 of estate of Mattie Fincher County Florida: Lynette and Edna have writtenthe i
Cassidy deceased Feb Mar 1963 I. Mrs. Grace Stephens and Mrs. I prophecy for the class. Bren- EmeryjWUliams, Chairman Ag-
Feb 22. Mar 1, 8, 15, 1963. 22. ; 1, 8. 18. Cason Adams visited Senor and 1
da wrote the last will and testa- riculturalfStabilization and Conser-
,Senora Carlos Herryman in Jasper ment. Look out. Juniors! I I vatioh: "State Committee, has anncuhcecfcthat Pierson, assisted )>y Mrs.- litho Mr and Mrs, John Clyde Can-

I, CLASSIFIED ADSWANTED I I Sunday afternoon. While there Mrs 1. Joyce had .a birthday Wednes- Florida, along with j Shirley, and ReVirgil Brooks na ry of Jasper Florida, announce

I Stephens made some recording of day.; We sang Happy.Birthday to oth r1rilnorwheat producing states officiated. Pallbearers were J. L. the engagement of their daughter,

WANTED or 5-foot disc harrow -..* ,Spike Tooth drag Spanish songs sung by the Herry- us. whichiha'sfbeen designated as "Non j I[West, J. B. Philips J.A Lightfoot Miss Patricia Cannady to Mr. Lee
man family. Ruth wrote the class history. commerbiitfc wheat states since T. H. Henderson, D. H Jones and Monroe Crews, m, son of Mr. and
for Farmall Super A Tractor. Call Harrow. Must be in good condition.
Charles Tompkins SY2-6331. tfc Call the Jasper News or see I' Junior Choir practice will be held Judy went to Pelham. Georgia, 1954 will lose this designation under ,((C. R. Davis. Interrhent'was; in the Mrs. Lee Monroe Crews, Jr., of
at afternoon '
Charles 330; Wednsday on Sunday. the 1964\vHeaf program. Under the Statenvilte Cemetery Harry T. Live Oak. Florida.
Tpmpkins. ltp
1 FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder Missionary Baptist Church. S. M. has a new 1ni'rest. "non=: ercial" designation no < Reid Funeral.Home'wad in charge. Miss Cannady was graduatedfrom

.'Bar Also Shallow well and Deep MAN WANTED for permanent I I The*Ru- is going around now.You'd ., Rodger has been absent from farm'acreage allotments have been I I .- *<1'a 'a. Jasper HUgh School and completed -

well pump. Wonder Bar,. Jasper employment at The Jasper News. better watch out. i school this week. He has, "old bug established for wheat producing MRS. MINNIE BELLE GRIFFIS her business education at
Florida mlSp Must have high school education; I I ,ivy sorry that Elaine Bennett i flu." -1 farms. Basic changes in legislation Mrs. Minnie Belle Griffis 86, a North Florida Junior College in

be able to learn,all.phases of printing Thomas Bennett and Lisa Chuck and C.w. ho not have under the Food and Agriculture I resident of Tallahassee, died'Saturday Madison and is now employed at'
NICE FURNISHED' APART3IENTFOR and Linotype,and know correct I Bennett were all fll with the flu. II any more troubles. They. have all Act of 1962 require that farm 1 I morning In a Tallahassee- the Hamilton County Bank of Jas-
RENT. Call Charles Tomp- English and punctuation Apply, in Mrs:.Arinie..Mae Hill has painted been settled. .* acreage allotments be established, pital. She was the widow"df William per.

f kips at The Jasper News. 792-6331. person only ., ltp .her restaurant over. Linda and Betty are working for all eligible farms in order that : E. Griffis:'whd'\was*A former j Mr. Crews was graduated from

REPAIRS-We repair all type I II. Jeanette and Loretta McDonald I on the supper plans. Mike is chair- these farmers may vote in the resident of Japer .' v I(Suwannee County High School,

TV and radios, also small I from. Jacksonville visited their man of the concession1'for Tuesday wheat referendum to be held this Survivors are several nieces and! Live Oak. Florida He completed
pliances. Mannings Radio Service ap MONUMENTS mother Mrs. Myrtle McDonald. night. .J- May or June. Wheat growers will nephews' and-stepdaughter"; Mrs. ''six months basic training in thei -

i SY 24421. tfc. ., Memorials by_ ROBERTS ofGa.. I A2G Walter Thomas; Burnett. was Jackie and Hurst like.the..Junior have a choice of two programs for John\V. Van iHbose\of jTallahassee. I United States Army ar\d% I is in the
Jatper. one of America's oldest and best .home?this past weekend. He is'stationed Class. -" j* jf\ toO 1964 in the referenducfcV1 I Funeral services Here Held1:Tuesday j national guard. He Is associated

WANTED TO Buy approximately known names in Monument building at Tendell Air Force Base. Postman Syl js still on the job. In general the Chairman explained -i I morning at 11 a.m. in the chapel .!with the State as a Wild Life Officer -

700 feet of irrigation pipe. Call the .: Genuine,Quarried Granite and Mr, ian ;Mrs. Hiram Alligoodand Eddie has a wonderful know the first program would I of Harry T. Reid Funeral Home of Nassau County.

Jasper News office ltp Marble "carved by trained and daughters, Barabra Sue and ledge of basebalL, He will attendone limit production of wheat to market I I The Rev. John W. McAdams: j I| The wedding wifl take place April

I experienced Sculptors. Shipped direct Lame Louise from Tallahassee, when he goes on-:the Senior and export needs. It would provide Christian Church minister; ,from the twenty-eighth at four o'clockin

.FOR SALE Green and Red Seed from finishing plant. Fla were .\\e kend guest of their farmers with price support at an Tallahassee officiated. .' the afternoon at the First Baptist

Cane, Joe Graddy. across from Leroy M. DeVane, Factory mother ana grandmother Mrs. S. trip.Ben still likes Jasper.So average of $2 per bushel for the I I Pallbearers were Car).Rudd Dr. Church Jasper, Florida

it Waters Groc. Mar 15p Representative, Jennings Fla m22c E. Hewitt. long, 'til Rabbit Time! bulk of their 1964 wheat marketing.It C. C. Fish. Charles F. Walker J.i i! The bride's parents invite friends

FARMS WANTED IF YOU 6th GRAPE GOSSIPWe ., would offer payments for wheat A. Mitchell Eugene Adicks Marvin and relatives of the couple to the
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80 ACRES FOR SALE with.6 of to- elected'officers Wednesday, acreage diverted to conservationuse. I O'Cain. Honorary pallbearers: wedding and wedding reception
would like to sell your farm, bacco. In Suwannee County. Only March 6, at 1115.; They are: but we welcome Mrs. Carolyn Rog- And it would maintain farm- W L. Bryan, W. W. Bradshaw: which will be in the Educational
We have calls for farms
eee us. 575 per acre. Call W. L. Bryan Kay H.-President ers. ers' income from wheat at the average I Douglas Shivers 1%. A. Knowles. Building of the church immediately

every week. _W. L. Bryan, Reg SY2-2983 or Robert Ehlert, SY2- Connie Bennett-Vice President Everyone has been studying for of recent years. This is the I Interment was In. Evergreen,. following the church ceremony.No .
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY 6331 Reg. Real Estate Brokers, for Gayle Deas-Secretary I',six weeks tests. Report'cards come program farmers would choose by Cemetery here further cards.
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 Wade Cromer-Treasurer the forthcoming ..
information. tfc out soon. voting "yes" on I
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RayNell Burnett-: Reporter I Sorry Brenda and Sue have referendum. Approval by at least I

Georgia Plate Glass Co. SEVERAL USED REFR1GERATORS We sure do miss Mrs. Blair I been sick this week. two-thirds of the farmers voting is I I GAS -
I .Store Fronts I, -Beat of condition. Priced required to make the program ef
.Mirrors ResUvered t to 811. Mannings Radio Service fective.

.Tub Enclosures, Showers I Jasper. Phone SY 2441<<<< tfc. I I i1EY oa4 soyaeMi1W s w
9'Oq atliC tls
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 I i FouI1DATAn. c'faf11AT61s466aiA uvns
I Repossession ,
NEEDED t 1 la ooa i : aArn1:. BU ?
d/R! GAS 00.TMaa .

Cleaning, J. W. Darby, call after in Live Oak Florida for all your I Randall Hagan, 40, resi- ttsciuiiasa is
musical needs from organs and dent of Echols County Georgia, sea R3 tNl taES108TibNA9lfwo
6 MlSp I
p.m. I naiR pa as>ti h
i pianos to record and record pla,. UP PAYMENTS ON died last Friday in a Jacksonville .
DOUSE FOB SALE in Jasper: 3 n. tfeDon't hospital. He was injured last Wednesday -

bedrooms, near downtown, $'lSOO.1 I Slightly Used. .. when a tree fell on him.
Fret-Call Sweat
Let us show you this one, only one He. was cutting pulpwood.

of several listed with Robert Ehlert I'I Sweat's Radiator. ,Service .30 inch DELUXE RANGE : Survivors are his widow, Mrs.I I -

SY2-6331, or with W. L.Bryan SY2- 35 Years in Radiator:Business In : juna Hagan of M Uh ie. Ga.; three Low Price .$6.95 ,', NIGHT PHONE &
2985 Registered Real Estate Brokers -'I Valdosta Radiators Cleaned. 11 ft. Automatic Defrost REFRIGERATOR2SPEED sisters.. Mrs. Rosa Lee Moore of

tfc. t Recored. Repaired DELUXE AUTOMATIC WASHERe New Yprk Mrs. Faye Grice of PER CYLINDER: SYcamore WOOl .., !
I I Cars Trucks, Tractors inch ZENITH T-V WITH ANTENNA Valdosta: and Mrs.'M. M. Wilson of CASH ON DEUYERY

FARMERS I Work Guaranteed Moultrie; five brothers. Cheshire I .
It takes money to' make I S Hwy 41. VALDOSTA. CH2d07 Also GOOD USED REFRIGERATOR going,at $50 Hagan of New York.Julian Hagan S
of Quitman, C. A. Hagan of Thom-' I HOELOWAY'SJ
money. See your cooperativePCA GARAGE BUILDING AND large
for farmer-planned loan. SAVE! SAVE! asville, Ga., Billy Hagan of Starke I
a ot In Jasper for sale. $7500.() Can SAVE
and Harold Hagan in the Us.: Ar-
Terms 7 See North .
up years. Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 or W. L.
Florida Production Credit Assoc Bryan SY 2-2985, Reg. ,Real Estate .my stationed in Germany. \
iation. South Ohio Avenue, Live Brokers. Funeral services were held Sun-I I a .
Oak Florida. Telephone 362-258S day: at 3 p.m. in the Statenvflle. Ga. < :51.Z s,&

:COD USED .TV-Installed for Church of God. The Rev. J. D. J HOW.OWAY

FOR.SALE Gfeod. Modern Home{I $100 and up. Mannings Radio .w*> MV r- 3t CrI* ,'' .< '1 K M4
Service SY-T-4421.<< Jaaper, tfc
and 2, ,.road
acres on< paved near <
Jasper..Deep wen .screened porch. I FOR RENT .... Furnished apt. JASPER . _:_ . SY 2-4421 '

$2500 down. See W.1 1... Bryan. SY2- Inquire at Jasper News Office. tfc NOTICE ;
2985 'or Robert Ehlert SY2-633L

Reg, Real Estate Brokers. tfc .FARM FOB SALE-ISO acres near -j
Live. ,Oak. 'Good House, 169 big "' : '- '

OPPORTUNITY open for.$))7.50 per' pecan trees1.25 acres tobacco. ,* <"' TO JASPER CH%;TAXPAYERS
week man. Age 25 to 59. Also Price $22,5CO. See W. L. Bryan [ : -

t have opening for semi-retired man. SY2-2983, or Robert Ehlert,,.SY2- FILMSDeveloped ,. *

Route(Would Sales.consider For lady.personal 40 to inter-60.) 6331.: Registered y' Real Estate Brok -. All City Taxes for theyear,: 1962, both Real 1"/
tip -
view in your community .write J. ers. \r ,- r,*' -and- personal will become'delinquent April 1.

IL McGarity P. O. Box 627, WiHtston -. HELP WANTED -: Wflson'a Auto ,

Fk cJa. 19mc Parts needs. hard working out- .._
t side salesmen. rltories In South ;' ,: There will be interest charged after April 1
Ga. and North Florida For information 1 '(
good location near hospital suitable write Box 655 Live Oak S 'and advertising; costs,, ifi wcessary to advertise-
for two apartments n,000.I Florida by March 10. bloc

Can W. L. Bryan. 'SY2-2986. or ; -NOW 24-HOUR. .SERViCE-! =" is taftave Taxes
Robert Ehlert, SY2 5J1, Reg. Real ; Everyone<< urged ( City paid

also Estate available.Brokers. Other property tfc BLACK,AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR feefere April! 1, IMS/tJravoid/ increased costs

< USED ELECTRIC! RANGES->FQft" t'1 : .';, .\ .., .., SLIDES' : OR.WCTUII1S. ..:. .* .,, ,: *luacceiupany.legalColketionprocedures.; It

'. S.U ,GJ c o.*U... $...'".:* ul t '?_ ..,. Pfau. For _Safe_ : .
'. "''" .. R.p.Ir. .r Polaroid Rim.- 3. ;_.m.m. Color FilmOyez Fib :::. .;k: not, the intention of the City Council to Allow!

.;-,,-Juvee' Ife.1 .- .. I J : f. delinquent .taxes to run after April 1,1963 without -
.U-..:..r.a"' I 'Bir'Y.o.'r: Rolls '.To .

t lls.daai-sic 1 1 ..THE JASPER NEW.S ', i'- tsking necessary steps;for collection.

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PRUNES' 5 1.00
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FRUIT SHURFINE 303 canCocktail r F OOPELANDS' Sliced


SLICED 303 can aeon

Peaches $4.00 rul1.HALF. _.' e FRESHLY-GROUND
Pear WHOLE', .
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HALVES ,303 can Match". .' : LB.Cup ____m____ 19'c' 3 pkg. *


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2 .2'gc HEINZ Jar
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: / Ibs. DILLS. ...'...._,_'...', 53c
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CUT BEANS', 303 can .--- IOc Limit One th$5.00ormore


4 Okr45c: 6te 1.-nt--- 38CRICE' 5 lbs., 69 Soft Rinse HODSOR ------ qt 39c

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BIRDSEYE 2 pkgs.
FANCY. Cul Beans_ ....::..:_--.3-:]:c
lb BIRDSEYE ?; 's
POTATOES Strawberries _.l 49c .
Limit witK$5.00
: 2 one .
BIRDSEYE pkgs. "
or:more f ood onlcr
; ;BToCC4L, Spears'::..:-"59c
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-' Good? Mar 7 thru Mar 11 1963., QUANf17Y RIGHTS... RESER.VS&I -
with$5 or more food._ o er. i'i..I Prices .'. 'It' .. _

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