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Cancer'Crusade New Outbreak Of Disease Threatens JASPER 'HIGH SCHOOL BAND TO RELEASE 50,000 BASS IN SUWANNEE

Monday, April.29 I ,Watermelon' 'IndustryBy I OPEN FLORIDA, FOLK FESTIVALThe

THIS IS IT The 1963 Cancer I Camt7-ASmk Ranee Andrews
Jasper High School Band has Several negro singing groups 6 ct
Crusade is underway; Volunteers A new outbreak Florida's new I i from White Springs also will
I Local StudentsTo been selected to open the nth an- per-
lhavetuidertakenazjmPOrtantassigmeth I"!watermelon ,disease has .been. discovered -i nual Florida FbScTfestival, to behelp'at'the form. The Hamilton County Harmony
Monday evening, April | : near Leesburg. Graduate :FromU..otF.InMay Stephen FosterJJemor- Singers, dressed in choir 4 .W + vW -

volunteers to-house solicitation will be making funds a house-for t j!II Dr.Norman. Schenck, assistant ial May 3/4; ,.and 5, it was announced robes; win be:directed by Eunice-. -j % mot.j .

plant pathologist with the Agricultural by Miss Thelma Boltin, direc- K. Williams at performances on
,I the Cancer Crusade in the MuniCl-
Experiment Stations Water-
Friday and Sunday. The Carver
tor of the event.
palitie of Hamilton County:Letters {
? melon and Grape Investigations
solidtating-contributions have been i Leesburg the The.first formal graduation cere- The band, under ,the-direcdocrof Elementary school singing: games
mailed to the rural areas and Mrs. discovery Laboratory this as week The bac- mony under the University" of Fla. Harvey Oehlert Jz., will lead the group an dthe Carver High School t
Chorus also will sing directed by
William Kyser, President reports I i terial leaf spot has been considered trimester system will'recognize festival participants in the opening
that the response to these letters-Is. 1.959 graduates of the classof 1963 parade from the Faster Museum to Eunice Williams, and with Sadie
... a threat to FJori & ;rnUlion dollar I
Turner assisting in directing the
,c most encouraging i j watermelon industrY. "' May-,4 81 2 p.m., in Floridaaclyrgnaili !-, the shaded area were the stage is !
: .. I elementary group of 16. There are
located and then.bo1O'- medley of
Amer- \ ''Yl a
The mapor'effort: of the The bacterial leaf spot was first I' : 30 members of the high school
can Cancer Society is the saving discovered on watermelons in Col- Theacademic" processional will Foster numbers jo >pen the first chorus. J!
at 1:30 I program which starts at 10 o'clock r
research begin
of lives through education lier and Hendry Counties. The new p.m. I ,
I Other White Springs participants I
and the eventual conquest of cancer !i outbreak is a jump of about 200 I.I Included in this total are 645 students Friday morning. !Jin the festival include the Maple -
dollars wen spent when I who in the .| will be
Your are miles across central Florida from were graduated Jasper represented Grove Demonstration which I
invested in year-round program of Immokalee to Lessburg. !j fall ,trimester without ceremonyI at the festival by il performers I will sell balloons with the title of I Last vee'e Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission released

the Florida Division of the American Dr.Robert S. Mullin, Plant path-I I and 1,314 candidates for graduationat t in addition to the Miss Boltin(Stephen Fbster's classic, "Way I 50.000 small t lack.;bass in the Suwannee River at two points in Ham
ilton County. Because there was no to get the big truck down to
Cancer Society. logist with the University of Flori the end of the current winter said These group | way
Down Upon the Suwannee River"
trimester. will folk he river iiVthe'White Springs area, it was necessary to carry the young
vicious disease which i: t which sing se songs
Cancer is a da's Agricultural Extension Service I i ihfs I |imprinted: on them, and also have fish to the riveriri f.buckets. The two pictures above show
left Max
strikes two out of three homes. Thisyear described: the disease as a f The ceremony replacing the all in the Cuban lapguage. The;pink lemonade available. Linda I
I('I Akins, conunlssiori Supervisor for this area, and (right) Franklin Four-
include Perez,
Cancer singers Esperanzo i
American Society three
the small black speck which gradually graduation exercises of the Beth Waldron and Nancy Morgan
i iker, a local ember of the Sportsmen's Club, each five
will allocate 52,000,0000 for re- increases in size until it may cover semester system, will honor for this I Nilda Perez and Manuel Garcia. will display 'needlework and other releasing a
1 j 'allon pail ,full, pf the little fish. Statistics show that about half of
; A of 16 gfrls and 30
search to fight leukemia. Many cne-fearth or more of the leaf. "The trimester approximately 201 graduate -: group boys handcrafted items made from cloth
sicentists believe that cures will be i'I black myt normally has a yellow students and 1,113 undergraduate from the J.R.E. Jee. Negro High! yarn and other materials. he fish will IgrovV catchable size.

found for leukemia and lymphomas halo around the edge and looks students. | School band and chorus: will also I'

sooner than for any'other cancer.Hamiltorf ',I greasy when wet," he says. "As the Students completing their studiesfor 'perform at the opening program I More than 2,000 persons will per-

County maintains a '''spots i increase in size and number degrees during the third trimester Friday morning: This group is directed form during the festival Miss Bd- |
tin said, with scheduled
Loan Closet stocked with items the leaf is killed and eventually, the of the academic year will by Nick Johnson Jr.,"and programs ,I 4 .
for 10 a.m. and 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. ar
include -
which all cancer patients are eligible plant. be similarly honored at exercisesin tba performance several
on and
Friday Saturday, a
Foster numbers by
to receive or use without cost Dr. Mullm stresses that this the spring of 1964. cho program devoted to a religious i
band and spirituals by the
to the patient or family. Each year disease could become a, serious Candidates for degrees include the theme at three o'clock Sunday afJternoon !

Hamilton County receives more threat to the, watermelon industry.So Paul Hendrick of Jasper, Bachelorof rus. May 5. A
financial assistance'from the American far it is believed that hot, dry Arts in Education; and Edward !I Two Jasper home demonstration 'i Thousands of Floridians and j I
cancer Society, than our yearly weather has aided in the controlof Harlon Burnham Jr of Jennings, ,clubs are planning exhibits at the
Georgians, as well as tourists from '
Crusade Drives produce..Whatever this disease. The.Agricultural Bachelor of Science in Physical Education .festival. The Jasper Club will have .
the ,, i handmade display and many states, annually attend the
contributions are receive from Extension specialisIT: recommends aprons von
CRUSADE and more, will thereforecome that growers keep a close watch I II[i'also have country ham and biscuits Folk Festival, traditionally held the
for available for visitors. j[first weekend in May each year.
back to Hamilton County over their crops, particularly fol- -I I -
From a small beginning, the festival .
assistance of our own people. lowing rain. In the case of the Lees immediately. Speciments of the I The Midway Club which covers [I: has into of Florida'smajor a ti 3I 3I.r.

We herald the Leaders and Volun ,, burg outbreak the disease wasI disease can .also be taken to Dr.11 the Marion Station area, is planning j grown springtime one entertainment

teers who are extending their great-'I I found following a rain. Schenck at Tjeesburg or to Dr. I I an old-fashioned quilting bee I I events. .

est efforts to make Floriad's 1963 i, If you suspect an outbreak of Mullin at Gainesville.For and also will have homemade j

Cancer Crusade a record break-l the disease in your watermelon : control of the bacterial leaf I cakes available. 1 I Not all the, attractions are on the .

ing success. Hamilton County Unit I.crop, Dr. 'Mullin advises contact- spot, Mullin recommends application Two home demonstration clubs I stage..Miss Boltin pointed out emphasizing |' .
has set $750 as their goal for 1963. ing your county agricultural agent of three pounds of 50 percent I from Jennings will also display I! that there will be two

I Mr. Harvey Oehlert, Crusade Chairman j i copper per 100 gallons of water. products made by their members. arts and crafts tents with a wide'; Above, at the Hamilton
I County Boat Ramp just rff the
for Jasper? Mrs. Jean Connors I Dr. :Muffin warns, however; that They are the Burnham and the ] variety of products. There also. Route, it Woodpecker
was easy for the truck to to the water and all
get the
will be exhibits in the Carillon
Chairman for White Springs; and worthy, copper can be toxic to watermelons New Hope Clubs. ,remaining fish be
I could
Elder Roy DeVane and Mrs. Maude ,r REMEMBER! 'To Cure More, Therefore, growers should not at- The Burnham Club will exhibit t"Tower and the Foster Museum on.I tanks, as shown. The truck planted without difficulty hv emptying the
Havener, Charimen for Jennings, Give More FSgh Cancer with a tempt to until have obtained t the grounds, she said. was driven by Francis Weston, employee:
spray (
14 i old-fashioned lye; soap, will ,give ,at the fish.[ Welaka from which
they Several other
mt are giving willingly-of their.... st'.c:j I 1.Che dtp..and.J1.eck. ;,protect'' ""E. positive-- indentification- of the :those. Interestgditformula J in-I','National The festivaldates Music coincide with local men Were/resent at both locations came.
which/i family and 'nise'asef" WeektMisstln
causef -
to'assist'in- ? m you, your -- --- volved, and also wll,leH'some' of : l ..
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: the homemadecleaner.. .

r : T .: The- New Hope Club will display emphasis Is being placed f !=i

old-fashioned lye hominy and haveit this year pn audience, participationevents ft
i 111 COMMENTS FROM THE CAPITOL J available by sale to persons de- .-'which will give! the specta- t
%: tt'+t J Jors an opportunity to get acquaint-
1 s' by Vonf Netf siring a supply. I I ed with folk singers, dancers, water fI 1 ,fr
White Springs Water WitctfngWater I
whip crackers and other
and stilt I I
I witching walking
How come 'justice gets so not have the means to devas- strange places. Some of the performers. A folk dance work-I
the which resi-
I'' twisted when the Government tate many important areas bya packages exchanged for the dents are among of the 'White things Springs com- shop is scheduled, Miss Boltin said,! r

dictates labor peace? Take nuclear Pearl Harbor. But Bay of Pigs prisoners were I munity will contribute to the Flor f and we plan to have folk singing I II I erei.. 9

the dock strike. 100,000, men just as Senator Keating and secretly marked by U.S. drug ida Folk Festival .when, it is held I I and dancing get-togethers" after the I II 1 I av.

out of work a month. $700 others in Congress warned us contributors. This merchan- here May 3, 4, 5. regular programs. r
million in and before the I Miss Boltin suggested that visitors -
cargo can- long build-up in dise can be quickly spotted Lonnie Morgan, who has performed -I I I
celled orders rotted in ports Cuba became critical, so they when it floods certain markets many times during the !. "bring along your dancing

from Maine to Texas. Why warn us..a ain;emocratic and disrupts local economies. j.u years me festival nas oeen held, shoes musical instruments to play
did a Presidential Panel'settle Cubans point to caves and Seems like only yesterday will again demonstrate how to locate : (in hoedown sessions, any colorful I ,

this national disgrace i by other places of hiding that the Kefauver Committee water underground using a costumes from the old days and Above, Local Game Warden Kenneth Mitchell watches as County

awarding longshoremen a 37 which conceal weapons. They was berating the drug indus special forked stick. samples home of remedies.old-nmey" handcraftsand I Commissioner Guy McGhin releases the last of the fish, dipped; froma

cents an hour boost while indicate that the island still for for corner of the tank truck.
pay try making pills profit.
The stilt walkers Julie Ann Costumed
participants from doz-
rocking the financially shaky crawls with Communist "tech- But who Hid the Governmentturn and Juaniece Morgan who .will ens of Florida cities towns. and,.J The Florida! Game and Ffresh Water Fish Commission In its con-

shippers with an extra $28 nicians" and soldiers that 'to when Castro wantedall demonstrate their ability on the' communities will folk! stant effort to provide more and better fishing for the sportsminded of
million in labor costs? How Krushchev has kept less thana those medical goods? I ,I I present Northeast Florida, has announced that it is in the process of stocking l lI
"tom walkers as the stilts are ;; songs and dances, and relate fire
could the Panel ignore shame part of his,promise. 'We all These same drug manufacturers called. Also from this community side tales and primitive supersti- many lakes and rivers of this region, according to Brantley Goods

I ful featherbedding ,and the realize that it is still the Soviet who had been under the will be Mrs. E. E. (Virginia).Daniel I I tions. Among the performers l J I Regional Manager, Northeast Region.

fight, for control ,by >union intent to annihilate us. _, gun up to now. The way the who will be the accompanist while be Seminole Indians, dulcimer and I Areas that.have already been stocked are the Suwannee River,

bosses within the ILA? Didn't The Administration has pictures manufacturers pitched in to Louise Berry of Wellborn leads harmonica players, straw-beater 1 t Ocean Osceola National Forest and Palestine Lake, north of

I the Panel know the wage which proport to show get the Bay of Pigs prisonersout. the audience in the singing; of old-1 J II and scores of ther entertainers performing Lake Butler,30! fax the vicinity Lake City.

raise was. 60fS> ,over the Administration that the recent .JCB I's have shows the coercive- power time hymns. _._ singly or in groups. I Scheduled to be stocked within the next few days are a.number
1.t "guideline" for been removed from Cuba. f. t -- --- -
a Congressional i investigation I of streams, rivers and lakes in
pay and price hikes? Doesn't :Maybe so. Maybe so. But, and how it can be used r ; Clay Duval and Nassau Counties.

? anyone remember the steel there is a hidden trick here. to twist the arm of a whole I Firm To Exhibit At Orlando Exposition Other rivers scheduled to receive

-. price rollback, less than a ICBM: means Intercontinental industry.A fingerling black bass are the Eeon-

; I ; year ago? Can anyone take Ballistic Missile. ,With them, lot of people would liketo fina and Steinhatchee, in addition

the White House seriously Cuba could only hit Africa, know the true story of who i to other waters in the Branford-

*when ,they claim to be impartial Europe,.Russia, or the remoter in the Administration called I! Perry vicinity.

I '. to unions and business? parts of. the United States. the contributing drug houses, < I I According to Frank Arrendale

Particularly When the President what made j Regional Fisheries Biologist for the
promises were ;
he is I R B M's (Intermediate J Commission "each of these bodies
says "gratified" and how the drug companieswere
Range Ballistic Missiles in of water have been surveyed to
bpthis extravagant, one-sided ) "paid fort their .contri as
:settlement. Cuba could still plaster a sub. butions" :, their fish population needs prior

I '*" aaaa'Speaking stantial portion of our entire .*.* i. /" .-'- stocking.. This is necessary to
of the Union's complex..Nobody has given us When unions z prevent ale stocking
two agree on
which result in stunted fish
'! '** assurance, as to ,whether j
attitude any
<' of
? everjlMxIy a no-raiding clause, it means f
In overpopulated lakes. Mare-
." else lie 1 il; The there are still IRBM's in : ** c.I .
< a m n e that they are dividing Taj* suit of previous stocking and in-
; -'New York Herald Tribune Cuba. We ought to know. the markets r %y will not f t 1 creased water levels, fishermen are

quoted :Mr. Powers of the compete for u.same mem- t 3 [already realizing bfgge>v. catches

I. ITU, which struck the New bers. This is called labor I j i this spring."

York papers as follows, ,statesmanship and supposedly t
*"IS-those thai were struck labor When Trt : --- I -
promotes -
peace. I : 749 Social
..:*f oundthai: the (settlementy two businessmen to sell :' ,' .... ....... ___ |
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.z price "was too high, produots -one *east of the .I.Ji.r.. .......','..,...'.....".....'........, j; Security Checks
they could then make the other of ,,
west .
Mississippi, ; >" < .":;.,..: : 1
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"their decisions as to d4h' # 1 E the Mississippi-that's: calledan r i Coming To CountyThe

Whether or not they anti-trust violation. Hon- '

could afford to stay in estly, can you'see -any differ number of Social Security

business." TRI ence between these pacts? .I payments in Hamilton County In-
..** *... '" creased slightly over the national

Prior to the actual Cuban :Is everybody$ fed' np with -r! J average of 9.5" for 1568 It was
William M.
crisis the"sured announced todayby
strikes but Congress? Bills
as tiatihe Soviet Union r curbing unbridled'union ; Eanes, District Manager for the

I had no offensive weapons on are already in ,the:.'hopper poto Social Security Administration at
aaaa Valdosta. Over 749 Hamilton County
the island.Up to J the final confrontation in Washington. The .publicloants I than
residents now get more
,,Krushcner publicly What did Castro want with actio nT.oo often people in Social Security

and in his private communication $S3,million worth of drugsvtiidKaty have hadtnosSlk, for babies, I$420,000 payment.a year Figure for Hamflton

to the Presides t,,liedabout food? Cuba work tilt t
only no way no ( County and the adjacent areas served
the Bad and cjsan&r needs about 52 million each papers to !J.-_ -jnuchfloa f by the Valdosta. district social
Floridafirst.atirraotive: '
of :' gasoline is! being: produced! ; at this new plant of HondaHfdrocaiboa*
arms andieatetfalvhp&K! <,>tar./3 5HuVTaboat the other o f teat.NoW'C ressmanyois141J .. ,. Biookr.nar The 1 security office are given:
Gainesville. is
: ,1'.1' 1- ;: 'company a subsidiary cf Florida Gas
I supplied and stored there $51 million'fidel,caa forget better;" ea4Uciik: fie Cocnpany_ Madison. 1365 Persons. 61. 80
4rane'cf aes r::3orhkh: will exhibit[ their products and: capabilities dung the .' Indlrabies
Now the Administration urges trading most of his ransom home folks -=- lrrets "ilMA .L-J Suwannee, 1747 Persons 81. 83
"Arirrdo I
2326. The 'Ex
e? rion 1
s nTTfam
r : J. 1 April; x d tdi afollwthe[
., :us to btl3 e c that Cuba does loot for guns tad tnfmifo la think!. < ........ : ._,.,.. Ir..."' ,-. ."'_ -I.. Week Ar fl ? : atttt Hamilton. 749 Persons $35.686
---- _-:. Lafayette 313 Persons, 14.875

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f '". ;.H ':. THE JAS> ERNEWS.: ; JASPER FLORIDA. 7 'Friday, April 26; 1 1963

I : 1 world of concious literary art and on the front piazza. I was anxiousto Dr. and Mrs. Eddie Crouch Sr.

: @ .. ; r', the world of folk-poetry. see if the yellow rose bush was have a son Tommy getting his M. IIILJiI; .
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I The standard of education of an blooming well this year. It wasa D. at U of Colorado) this summer

@ ayrshire peasant,.even in the middle beauty. Mr. Tom Leslie gave,her and a daughter Anne graduating at

I ., I' I of the 18th century was .not ,the ,plant several.years.ago when--Uof Colorado also. She plans aeaching : -

; fI to be dispised. he was selling plants for the store. ) career, for a while at .' y ;
f I //-C' He appealed to the unlettered as Mrs. Sills gave me a bouquet of least. ot
8U'CJ I well as to the;,pqilshed literary clique roses-red. pink,.and yellow._ Her There are a host of friends in I
of Edenburg. grandson who had come by with his. Hamilton County Jasper in parti1
I .
.b f. cans rf nets the band is selling, !I 1 cular, who wish the entire family CJ.a.nce.
I If Jasper decides to get out of the I helped her cut the roses which I. would come back to Florida. 4
LrV"wwHJIIIUI .SYcamoreZ-4951 rat I'd like for us to have *
W. race thought was a nice thins to do. 1 1I iI i!. I-
!'I "at home" days;-those of us who I came on home and got the daisy The Presbyterian Youth mannedthe ti I

lily aim was to refresh my mem- into flames the embers of Scott- '!are at home most of the time. plants out before night. choir Sunday and the Junior ti -- NOW I

ory on Herodus whom Cicero called ish nationalism: I I At least we would have a day 1 1I I % ,deacons served. .

the "Father of History" but I pass- "His patriotism was no narrow I I we'd be ready for company I .Seen about town a father giv- ''I When school closes they will have 1
ed thru the pages on Robert Burns creed but merged into a broad house shined up-no big job on I II ing the' young boy a lift with his the annual Youth encampment on
and liked it better. This "Outline democratic enthusiasm- hu-l(I hand. Maybe; no one would come- heavy mowing job.A the Suwannee River at Camp Mont-

of Great Books" gives him a good manity." 1 that would be alright tooAnyway _young girl on a stool polish- gomery. C3L t
name. His satire made him many "A prince can make belted knight we'd know we wern't going in on ing the outside window panes. >

enemies but behind- the satirs. was marquis, duke, and,a,that. ; some thing that shouldn't be inter- -Women working in their yards. Tuesday April 23 they held 'a

charity But an honest man's a boon his rupted. I like the serenity it would vacation church Institute at Highland .! -. ...1I .... .. ," ...
"Then gently scan your brother might-Guid faith, .he.. mauna bring. Vic and Martha Harrel and little.. .church,GainesyilleiA1- y BRIGHT POND (JASPERBAPTIS ) -
son came over fromJax.ati-sfS nr- OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRISTi
man, fa' that! .
You "come ;'J I
1 .. Stil: gentler sister womani:,,....rThough ___.Then.let us:pray that'come'it. may1....'1d vet say' "0'! for heavens iU'r.p1c\"Ume sake who"" the weekend with the Parents, Bami There are many anxious heads Pastor Rev. Henley i Between Jasper and Jennings ton

theyniay gang a kennin' As come it will for a"1 that, is that! ,,. I i I berg and Avie. .HarreL. in Jasper waiting -hopingfor\r. :Sunday School ._..,. 10:00 ajn.Mon.injr j highway 41
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Service 11:00 Sunday Morn.
wrang, That sense and worth.,. per,: the All old customs are not bad&i j ji better news from Butch Nesmith 6:30 a.m.rraining Bible Study. 10 toll
To i Mrs. Archie Edna) and j[Worship Service11 to'12
step aside is human. earth i s s I II Knapp ( crashand
Much of his verse was put to mu- May bear the gree, and a". that. !!i I I The Weslyian Guild'met Monday i her three youngest daughters and Thelma terribly hurt Lewis, in a desperately car ill .*t' Evening Worship __. 7:30Ud'eek '|Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00

sic:. For a' that and'a' that,' I evening with Mrs. Lucile Leslie. ,I'Mrs. Russelbloom ,..(Linda) and Hospital Atlanta. : \ Prayer Service every i[Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00
for {? 'that.: : children in Jas- _...Wednesday_at_ _'30 p.m. Phone WE8-2091
0, my 1uve is like a red red rose coming yet Mrs. Betty Haskins was received,.'three living -=-- i
That's newly sprung in June; ,That man to man the world o'er, as a new member. Mrs.. Polly ioer, a.while-,until they can join the The Official Board of the Jasper JASPER METHODIST --

0, my luve's like the melodieThat's JShall. ,brothers, ; tx> for V' .that..- Kirkman led the program. i: husbands overseas. Their many Methodist church honored its young The Friendlv Church" FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH
f. J. > .1 I HI . . I I friends will Pastor, Rev. O. C. Howell Sayer Canova Pastor.
I sweetly played in tune. I .. -, are delighted. They people (MYF) with a banquet Fri- ,
His of fanned I f be living in a mobile home for the ORDER OF RVICE Sunday School at --.. 9:(5
songs patriotism Burns belonged to two worlds. ,_ the Mrs. E. S. Clifton left the 24th : day evening April 19.
Sunday School _._ 9:45
present lUll. Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.m.
for. Melbourne. Florida where she Youth Week observed In 1 1I
win ._ I! .s. It was Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Training Union ...-. ._...,... 6:15
visit her son and his family, I many churches thruout the land. I I
1 : Mr. and Mrs,. Harvey: Clifton, until Benjamin and Sally Kennedy Mrs. Tom Owens Is Counselor for Everyone invited Evening PravTr' Worship 7:30
discrimimiting brides prof r-- after Mothers day. Mr. Clifton is I were at home from U. of Fla.. for this-group and with Mr. and Mrs. I I Junior Fellowship, __ 6:00 p.m. at 7:30-p.m.Wednesday
Electrical Supervisor at the Martin the weekend. Gene Danderand and Mrs.. Shelton

f Co. which makes. e Titan missile I f Mr. and Mrs.w Walter Prather Lewis served and acted as chaperones. -I,'I Youth Intermediate Fellowship Fellowship__ ,6:00 6.-00. pja.p.m. I -JASPER--- CHURCH OF GOO

fJl l// Mrs. E. S. Clifton entertained and Mrs. Clarence Howe came ov- 'Worship Service 7:00 p.m. I Rev. Earl Deas

UJl i Rev. and Mrs. Wm Thursby at I er for dinner Sunday and 'visits The decorating came with Mrs.j Youth Social Hoar 8:00 p.m. I Sunday 'School ........... 10:00 a.m.
I Chairman made the
i dinner Sunday after attending ser- with friends. Fred David, :Moraine Worship .._. 11:00 a.m.
Hall a thing of beau- BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST' Evening _
I vices at the Lake Park Christian large banquet I : Worship 7:00 p.m.
I ty-using on the tables bowls .of I'Bible Study at \11 a.ra each s TUESDAY
from STORK NAME Church. Mrs. Clifton's church mem Six more weeks 'of school! Even .
I bership is there. She affiliates with now the Senior trip to Washingtonand sweet peas and elsewhere large: J' Church Service 11 a.m. 7 .n.l Prayer Meeting ,:30 p.m.

b the First Baptist most of the time. New York is making conversa- vases of lilies. I Each First and 3rd Sunday. FRIDAYSY. :
/ I S. tion. Mrs. Blanch Perry will againbe The senior group of M. Y. F. PBYE 6uO p.m. each .SQ 4ay P. E. ..........._...._...., 7:30 p.m.

t official in clothes and the lace Elder L. M. DeVanc pastor .- -
Friday I went out to Mrs. Oren chaperon. They go to came party
II Phillips for some Shasta daisy Waycross and there take a private and ribbons of the young ladies PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
plants she had to give me. I Atlantic Coast Line car for the emphasized the importance of this SERVICE WHITE SPRINGS
found Mrs. Phillips watering her I'I'I journey. Details 'will come later. affair. The Intermediate group CHURCH Rev. Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor
JR., !
I No I'| Rev. E. F. Montgomery Evening Service ..... 740 p. m.
I in apparel.
pretty garden abloom with daisies came daytime Sunday School_.......--9:(5 a. m. I -- -
Uaw '#y' *''' : s t: 'sz t, .r.os.rr...r.rr and pinks at this time. Mr. Phillips I Prof. M. L. Powell feels that the matter tho-it was a gay occassion Services' __ -5- 1:00 DURNHAM CHRISTIAN
I was working his tomato garden. meeting last Thursdav evening a which has become an annual affair I CHURCH

$1" : C' .ti They are making a pretty place of week ago, cleared the way for Rev. O. C. Howell,.pastor of the I'I ? JASPER ADVENT I Paul H. Stewart, Pastor
their home out on the east side of rome really constructive plans for church presented Bibles to the CHRISTIAN'CHURCH
.I' Sunday School each Sunday 10:00
town. He retired from the city I I Hamilton County school system. As High School graduates from the Rev. Travis Carter I Church Service Second and Fourth
sanitary department three M. Y. F. There are six this year. I' .. ........ 10 8.m.
years I the world changes-our ideas Sunday School .
... .
Sundays ............. 11:00
ago after years of faithful work. i I change. We do things on n 1 larger Two were unable to atted the ban- Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. ,
CYF and Bible Second
I|' scale than ever. We think quet-1963 M. Y. F. graduates Sunday Night Service .... 7:30p.m. I II Study and
cooper Fourth ......
Coming home, I turned there at .ative'ly. He said positively that he present: Jan David, Billy Dale, I Wednesday night: Sunday nights 6:30

Barney Morgan's and stopped to [ was optimistic for .the future. John Haskins, John Lewis. Absent: I Choir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. ,
I visit with Mrs. Sills who was sitting'{I S5 Nancy Ehlert, John Bitner. prayer Service ...:.. 8:00 p.m. i, JENMXGS METHODIST

After the dinner, the group gathered "Enter Rest _
Mrs. B. B. Hill of Jennings is a BAPTIST CHURCH | Pray"
I, sin I around the' piano for enjoyablei DIVONIA Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr.
patient in Pineview Hospital, Val- I Pastor
': t rAI I dosta. i I singing of hymns. Again it was an WALLACE F. i(Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
Home Freezer '
j I
J i''occasion fo rthe memory book. Junday School _.._ 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.

Mrs. Graham Black received an "To see ourselves as others see]|i 'reaching ... __ .-.- IL a.m. Worship Services 2nd and 4th '
: .......... 6sOp.m.
i Owners invitation from the JacksonvilleWoman's us". is not oftep given to us nor is,j Training Union Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m
\ ._.
..... .. .. 7:00 p.m.
I -,- Club to the reception hon it always pleasant even so. > Preaching -
BUY GUARANTEEDPLASTIC oring Mrs. Albert Kissling who has It was thought provoking to the j, Wednesday night Prayer
been voted' FlorhJa's "Mother of congregation the First Methodist -' Meeting ..........w 730 pan. Rev. N. M. RoweD, pastor

I I the year" for 1963 (date. April 29). 1 Sunday when the young people I Sunday School every Sunday at
CHURCH OF COD 1C:30 a.m.
no I FREEZER BAGS Jasper folks feel like they havean (the M. Y. F.) took over the ser I I wEFT unday LAKE School ---:. 10:00 a.m. Preaching 11:30 a.m.-&: 7:30 p.m.

tj interest there-Dr. Kissling helda Y.P.E. Sunday ..___ 6:30 p.m Training Union ............ 6:30 \ ID.I .
lr..r1.k1N1 New ) ( O1FIA gApON' O DIRECT FROM FACTORY revival for the Jasper Presbyterian vice.The Youth chior was:n place and : Prayer Meeting. Thurs. .. 7:30 p.m I Prayer Meeting on Wednesday

..... Church last year-and don't chose for their special number I ; ,740 p.m.
25 4x2x8-PINTS hear him the School I, WHITE SPRINGS ,
we on Sunday "AmazinT Grace""" with Mrs. Tom BAPT-IST
I 15 5x34x14? 2-quarts panel every Saturday morning at Owens, Counselor, at the organ.. ,Rev. C. E. Bailey, Pastor Jennings, Florida

I Motoi Complete Assortment 65 bags 7:30 Charles O'Cain acted as music Sundav School ..___ 10:00 a.m. Bro. W. D. Stewart, Pastor
I Only $LOO director and did an excellent job Morning Service __ 11:00 .m. : Sunday School....... ._ 10:00 a.m.
Billy Pennington Jr. is at home getting the congregation to sing I Training Union .__._.. 7:00 p.m. i (Each Sunday)
J art av iabir i. from F.S.U., the trimester sessions and enjoy it. He also sang a special I Evening Services __ 8:00 p.m. I Preaching: : Service Each Sunday at
14 karat itulfPay I ECONOMY LARGE PACK closing a bit earlier than the usual number "How Great I Am". Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. I1OOs.m.and7:30p.m. ,
take up to a fill year to ]KI\*. .diner joiL 100 4x2x8 Pints I schedule. He is at work with the Billy Dale gave a thought provoking -- - I[Prayer. Meeting Each Wednesdayat

100 4x2x12 Quarts A.S.C. for the summer. talk or sermon, it really was. I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 740 pjn. .
I As Little As 50 5x3%x14 2 quarts * i' In that talk the congregation hada Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP
Mrs. Collier of Illinois, who has of things that should be Sunday School ?, __ 10:00 a.m.
Assortment 250 bags glimpse
Complete H. Woodard Pastor
been visiting her brother, Mr. Jack (A class for every aA4" group)) ,
Only $3.00 as Youth, sees It. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday School} ..._._ 10:00 a.m.
Holloman and wife; Annel, has re- Sunday was such a good day it is ____.
1' / / ; Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Morning Worship ?.... 11:00 a.m.
Iio aCB/ turned to her. home.. planned to let the M.Y.F. take PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Training Union _._.... 6:30 p.m.
Ill Free Twistems Postage Pre- over the service about. once a...quar-.. White Springs every Sunday- at Evening Worship _.. 7:30
Dr. Eddie Crouch Jr, son of the o' '
ter. 11: ( a.1>>1. Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30
'6< :ifetifieifiiiri paid. -:- Dr. Eddie Crouch of Hamiltonlore i . Swift Creek, each Third Sunday p.m-.

::: now living in Colorado Springswas I It was youth week in the Southern at 3:00 p.m. GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF
Send Check or Money Order here this week visiting his Baptist Convention last week GOD
_.JEWELER, Today. Aunt Nora Lewis. and the young people "toofc over"at i Rev George F .Newton .
Eddie is attached to the Armed the First Baptist Church-took STATENVILLE, GEORGIA Sunday School........... 10:00 a.m. '
I Allen .Brooker, Pastor :
II Forces over in Alabama but gets and loved it. School ...._.. _. 10:00 Morning Worship h"'u. 11:00 a.m.
HOME FREEZER BAG CO. over Sunday : a.m.
Wednesday Night ........
Downtown out now in a short time. He is I : p.m.
Brookwood Plaza -. Thom asville P. O. BOX 8506 a There was a banquet on Friday Worship Service 2nd and 4th Prayer Service
Dr. of Dentistry and would like to evening and Prof. Moore of North Sundays .__....__ 11:00 a.m. Y. P. R
Friday Night 7:30
VALDOSTA Jacksonville, Florida locate in Florida.. He has a wife, Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at
Bebbie and three children. !I (Continued un Page 3> I 7:00 p.m. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD
------ _.---- e Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at CHURCH
8:00 p.m.
VIYF Social) Hour Each Thursday Sunday School each Sunday at I
FARMERS! Our Sound. I 10:00 a. m.
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF Services Each Sunday morningand

Listen THE NAZARENE J evening
to Hail Insuranceguarantees Fact!, Florida Old time Gospel Sing last Friday

Leslie C. Poe, Pastor each month ............ 8 p.m.
I Sunday School ........ 10:00 A.M. Rev. O. E. Thompson

i Preachiag Service .....11:00 A.M.
S. \ SPRING FESTIVAL BROADCASTi income if early storms Eveing Service ........ 730 P.M FIRST STATENVILLE BAPTIST, GEORGIAD. CHURCH

Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 A W. Kannon, Pastor

II i [ (Valdosta 1150 on your dial.). ruin your crops. See me for details. CORJNTIf BAPTIST- 'MISSIONARY CHURCHRev. -- Sunday Morning(Services School Worship Each......___....Sunday?11:00 100)0) ) Lm.-aja. ,

I Marcus Morrison, pastor Training. Union ............ 6:30
Sunday School (every Sunday Prayer Service Wednesday at
: < JONES INSURANCE AGENCY except fifth Sunday) 10 a.m. "740 pjn.

I All Day Sat. :- Preaching Service each Sunday at "7:00 pjn.

I Training Union 640 p.m. HOLINESS

Telephone 792-2921 Personal Service Praytr. Meeting each Wednesday S. School each Sunday, 10:00 ....
-.. at 740 p.m.
Preaching service 2nd aM

WJEM is planning a big day in Jasper.. Saturday. all day!, The j I 4th Sunday at 11 a.every m. A 740 p.m.


Radio Station Music Mobile unit will be stationed the Bank- Cor' D/ftEC7ir OCEAN ONIHf Daa/tona Beach R60BA .

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., -S. Interviews with Jasper Merchantsheld'in. their. ownstores' 1 L. .f \ .

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.1 the dinner served by- the Lydia- tomine. !the messenger- of the goddes Juno. REUNION SCHOOL BUILDING COMMITTEE\

', 'Gl 1h- Circle._ { & -V.. app In charge. Taking a good spotlight Wasa I I -Students from 70 Florida Junior .!be Annual Adams-Lewis Family I

I' Three huge-tibwla of spring flowers skit presented by Diane Carter, and senior high .schools' were ,at, Reunion will be held at the V. F. W. POSTPONES ELECTION PETITION

otis.i tjJI) syring-with: :pastel.roses,. were Harrel J Reid, Diane Clardy, Elbert? I this convention. Home in Jasper April %8. Friends ,
t (: 'placed onf-- he tables.., Carter. Sharon} :SaPP' sang a solo j I The Louis Vickers are very active and relatives of the family: areinvited Representatives from all over

..:::....-...-.- -- 1.\ There.was, really:a "floor;show" just before Prof.. Moore spoke and'' in the Southside'. Baptist church and' bring a basket lunch to the county. met In, Jasper Higft: Hospital News -

.i.iI .' -::,' as the young: people delighted the meeting ended by a solo from in Jacksonville.Mrs. be served at noon. School auditorium last eek,!;o onsider -
I entertain their distinguished guest. Patsy Cannady. I I ,I i
(Continued From : : circulation, of a petition ask-
... Page 2) I Don Wetherington ,played the It seems like a long program but Oscar Ratliff (Miss Julia) GRADUATES FROM F.'S. U. .... ing for a school bond- election for:

Florida Junior: College was guest'I trombone with Teresa Taylor ac- it was fun for the youngsters the went to Groveland last week for a The 1095 candidates for degreesin some amount not to exceed $500,000

speaker. This theme was "Remem- t companying, Marsha Hall 'accom- dinner good- and the speech ex- 'visit with daughter. Marie Roberts commencement ceremonies last and outcome of the meeting was a i l jI

ber now thy Creator in the days of panied Virginia Vickery and Nell cellent. I I t partly too, to see the beautiful Saturday) were announced by Fonda decision to put off action until more I

thy:Youth." Dedge as they sang "He". Kathy Don Wetherington was pastor,I I!new home situatedan orange State University. Barbara Ann definite figures could be arrived at, I

But before he spoke there .was. .. Dedge and Marsha Hall did a pan- Diane Carter Sunday' School Super-'grove on one side, a beautiful lake Hendrick of Jasper received a and also where the money was to
v 'I" on degree of Bachelor of Science in
,. intendent; Sharon Bennett Training be spent. I I
The two days were packed with APRIL 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Union Director; Harrell Reid, I I I Education. One stumbling block'was that I I
pleasure, luncheon in Orlando and
:' ". THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Music Director; Johnny: Smith the Groveland Garden Show and I White Springs did not have a committee Owen SkinnerF. .
-' General Cann- their needs.A M Allen x?
FLORIDA Secretary; Randy report ready on
.-: : -,:*4." 'f ady, Adult 'Secretary; ushers Bus- I etc.The 1 very careful report of the meet B. E. Bryan 1

:- 'tC : /, ?- -: '\ IN, CHANCERY.- ter-McQaniel, Johnny Smith Earl] Groveland Garden Club isn'ta I I. .. .. ing may be found in M. L. Powell's L. J. Holloway

Vann and Randy Cannady; Adult big club but a club of enthusiastic column In this issue, and it shouldbe Gene Chandler (cot)
Teachers were Patsy Cannady,i members and husbands lend I read by every freeholder in the Constance Sanders (col.).

a municipal corporation. Deborah Fisk, Diane Carter, Ter- ing a hand. ... countY Albert Freeman (col.) .

Plaintiffs, #* s J esa Taylor Sharon Sapp, Radford I It was an unusual Exhibit based I I HOLLOWAY NICHOLS : Billy Hill acted as chairman of !! Mae Bell Post *ll (col.)
VS .:.... on the Bibical theme "The Earth is '
-- $1 Harvey, Paul Hickman,, Sharon DISCHARGED SINCE LAST
I meeting, Harry T. Reid, county -
full of riches" arrangement I Mr. and Mrs. Lester James Holl- .the *
Certain lands in the town of Thy Every *
,> ; Bennett Kathy Dedge, Donna i WEEK:
of schools
I superintendent gave
: ,. illustrated a with ,I oway Jr.: are on a wedding trip to
White' Springs, Florida, Wood, "Rese Griffin, Gail Hayes, scripture based Mrs Katheryne Pryor
Hamilton County, in which' 'I I..Randy Cannady, andDiane Claridy. I quotations and Bible reference.I I I'points of interest In Florida. UponI the maximum crowd a few proposed figures bond issueof on Hess BlasingameMrs.

.. taxes are delinquent. svT"_ It started with the creation. I I I I their return they will make their the Sally Thornton -
NOTICE .!: .. Genesis 1:16 the greater light ,home at 808 N. Patterson St. $500,000 to be repaid over a per- ...
t frs.Frank McOaU (Linnle Taylor) i I (the sun' to rule by day xxxx xx) !I I i I Their marriage took place Sunday iod of 20 years. He said he had assumed Joe Lane' Bullard .
WARNING TO ALL PERSONS'WHO OWE DELINQUENT. TAXES, TO I died in, Hamilton Hospital April i I This arrangement was in many I afternoon in the Park. Avenue an interest rate of 4Ho but
I' Jacobs
SHOW CAUSE. A' :\f- I I J. E.
I 19 and was tenderly laid to rest I shades of yellow' in sun burst effect Methodist Church. The Rev. Oscar { quite possibly we could get more.

THE STATE OF FLORIDA.TO in Evergreen Cemetery Sunday to illustrate the ruler of the day. Ben, pastor, officiated. \favorable terms. Basing his figures I James fledge
I McDonald r'Mel"Lt
ALL PERSONS, FIRMS ,OR CORPORATIONS, having any in- aftemnon April 21 after a memorial I" Crescent moon in white floors I The bride is the former Patricia I lof present valuations it would add I Hollie

terest in or lien upon any of the lands described In this notice and in the service at her loved Nazarene'r represented the' lesser light of the I Dianne Nichols daughter of eleven mills to the present tax rate Pollock ,

Bill of Complaint filed the in the above. styled cause, situated in Hamilton Church at FacUL She was berried moon. I,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neely Ni- according to his report, or $11.00 I Virgil Williams '

County, Florida, to-wit: I by the side of ''her husband Rev. Isaiah 35:18 "The desert shallrejoice" chols of 711 Azalea Circle Valdosta I per year per $ OOQ valuation.. _. John: Osburn col.
Johnson ( ) "
YEAR DESCRIPTION Sec.Twp.Rg. ,Frank McCalL ] There were drifts of sand 1 1I The groom is the son of Mr. and In ,the discussion one subject Jack coL)
1953-60 A 192 foot several times:"was 'consolidation Daniel Taylor ( f '
triangular shape of Long's Retrace 122 151
The committment service Mrs. Lester James of
was and cacti in the desert scene. A 1 I II i Holloway col.)
1960 Blocks 1 and 57 of Long's Retrace ................. 6 2 16 by Rev. Wheeler and Rev. O. C. ]I I serene lake with cat tails in the [Jasper, Florida. I erfitfre high schools of the Marie Hawkins (

Block 1 ..............................:........... Howell. !I edgewater and the I II j 4 county into one school and one Oscar Rayam (col.)
orange grove The Couple exchanged their vows Atwood col.)
1929-60 70'xl43' in SW corner of Long's Retrace 7 Z16' ,I Ldnnie Taylor McCall was .born I I near by brought this scripture to f before an altar banked with palms speaker asked why the matter Oliver (

1950 Blocks 1 and 57 of Long's Retrace .................... 6 2 16 in Hamilton County and attended mind.-"He leadeth me beside the I and arrangements of white flowers could not be,brought' up for a vote '

1929-60 Blocks 2 and 57 of Long's Retrace .................. 6 2'is the Jasper: Normal Institute-mar- ,' still waters/' illuminated by the glow from i ho s e for sure how the people BIRTHSWillie

1929-60 Blocks 6 and 57 of Long's Retrace .................. 6 2 :161 ried Frank McCa'fl and raised her thought about it. Mack Postell Jr. Is the
I I of the the : white candles burning in candel-
1929-60 Blocks 4 and 55 of Long's Retrace ................... 7 2 16 ,'family: here. She was gentle and One highlights was I I A delay of about six weeks was name given to a son born to Mae

1929-60 Blocks 8 and 55 of Long's Retrace .................. 7 2, 16 kind and helpful. j i.I arrangement on the mantle-a : abra. the final decision.JENNINGS Bell and Willie Mack Postell, colored -

1929-60; Blocks 3 and 57 of Long's Retrace i.......-........... 6 2 16. "You call it death-this seeming large rock amid 16 shades of i Joe Allen sang "Because" and i in Hamilton Memorial Hospital

1956 Blocks 6 and 54 of Long's Retrace ............... 7 2 16 i 1. endless sleep: I 1"1 flowers in blues, purples, pinks "The Lord's Praver." He was accompanied I P.T.A. r on April 24.

1959-60 Blocks 6 and 54 of Long's Retrace '.................. 7 2 16 We call it birth-the souls at last hills"will Psalm lift up eyes unto the- by Mike Rogers, organist -!! TO SPONSOR GOSPEL "6-

1960 Blocks S% of 2 and 7 of Mobery's' Addition ......... 6 2 16 set free xxxx Mr. and Mrs.: Harley Cason are

1959-60 100 ft. x 325 ft. ................"..;................ 7 2 16 Farewell, dear voyager I I Illustrating: the seas were arrange- Lester James Holloway of Jasper ; CONCERT TONIGHTThe parents of a son Alex Deewitt Ca-

1960 20 acres of N% of SW!% of SE% ..;.............. 6 2 16 The,River winds and turns; ments of driftwood coral sea ,was his son's best man. Buck Hol- I Jennings ,R T.A.' is sponsoring 1 son born April 22 at Valdosta In

1929-60 Blocks 10, 11 and 16 ...................".* .......... 7 2 16 The cadense of your song wafts I I grapes near the water. j I loman of Jasper was groomsman, a Gospel Concert Friday April I Pineview Hospital. The newcomerwas

1929-60 Blocks 4 and 57 .................'...:..".:........:.: 6 2 16 i near to us, mediately Tubs of gprgeous brought day to mind lilies im-the,and Johnny Mclntyre of Valdostaand i26, at 8:00, p.m.. at the Jennings j j"i ''. eight pounds, six ounces and

1959-60 Blocks 3 and 52 of Long's Retrace .................. 7 2 16 And now you know the thing that of i Jimmy Nichols were ushers. I *H. School Auditorium. Wally nineteen inches long. His parents
"Consider the lilies
I II I scripture Maid of Honor Miss :
1960 20 acres in SE corner; less portion in.NW corner ... 7 2 16 aH men learn;, was Judy I Fowler, the all night singing man, j ice at Genoa.

1920.60E%) Blocks 2 and 13 ...........*rk.vTi..T.y.... 7 2 16 I There is no death-there's 'I II I the field how they grow" 1 Ann O'Neal and Bridesmaid was will be featured. The Georgians !

1929-44 Blocks 2 and 54 .................................... 7 2 16 immortality:" The four seasons were represented of- Miss Sunny Gornto. They wore I quartet with Joe Crosby will also SING AT JASPER
I t I by verses from the Song similar dresses and both carried'
1954-60 Blocks 2 and 54 .................................... 7 2 16 To be blessed by her memory "The flow: 'be on the program! .'.., I.
1929-60 54 ft. x 143 ft. in SW corner ............-............ 7 2 16 I there remain three daughtersMrs. Soloman. The Spring-the earth the cascade arrangements of golden A free wrist watch will be given CHURCH OF GODDon't
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I ers appear upon rapture at the
roses. to some lucky person forget our Fourth Friday
YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear and show cause before said Thelma'Williams, Jasper; lake away
time of singing has come"-a Given in marriage by her father of Modern
Court on or before 23rd day of,May, A. D. 1963, why the fee simple title I'Mrs. Esther Quin, St. Augustine flowers illustrated Summer. concert. Compliments night monthly sing at Jasper
to said land should not be by said Court, decreed to be vested in said : Mrs. Grace Sweat Deland. eight Mr. Thomas Neely Nichols, the Homes Construction Co. Church of God. Everyone is invited -
Autumn featured the dried: arrangement bride wore a silk organza dress Come one, come an, and. enjoy Come, sing with us, beginning -
County, free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such I grandchildren and eleven great- winter--was a
taffeta. She carried white
fee simple title in said County thereby forever quieted, confirmed and erand children. {f ,over a the Gospel Concert. ] at 7:30 p.nxbook
green.tree with red berries (perhaps Bible on which was an arrange- ...
set at rest any and all claims on the part of each and every one of you;
I a pepper plant ment of white carnations, lilies of
and warned that on or after the aforesaid return date a decree I
you are I section illustrating
children's -
The was
the valley and white cymbidium or-
will be sought. and Deafness Grows Unless
t Mrs. Minnie Bates beloved by 5 senses-"O taste chids.
IT IS ORDERED That this Notice will be published Four times in
'! everyone who knew her "fell on:! see that I am good" the fruits and I II The groom's mother wore a light
the Jasper: News, a newspaper of general circulation and published in i sleep" Tuesday evening at 9:50 at I I vegetables. The sense of feeling; I blue embroidered linen dress. Her

,Hamilton County Florida. the home of her son Mr. Ben Bates was in the textured leaves. accessories were bone colored. She
WITNESS MY hand and official seal this 23 day of April.A.:D. I. birds. You Correct It !
,19G3.- ., i., ... -ti Jennings. lfisgfinnie's girlhood Hearing -, was song wore a corsage of pink orchids. Today
: ; home where she grew into happy There was eveit>a frog. "Every-- .
favored womanhood. thing that liveth/He hath
young Robert Floyd and son Mr. and
Clerk of Circuit Court of Hamilton County ;
Florida "Miss :Minnie "Aunt Minnie" The day hid not been complete Mrs. Larry Webb of Atlanta; Mrs. Free Booklet Tells How To Save Remaining HearingMany

was a name ,spoken in tenderness except the Bird lady from Jasper W. B. Auman and sons and Mr.
By ALICE JONES, Deputy Clerk. in Grove- persons with a slight will be sent promptly
her. took in the bird exhibit
those who knew ,
by \ Burnham of Yorktown Vir-
(SEAL) Larry hearing loss in one or both in a plain envelope.
With her chapter is closed in land.
April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 1963 ginia. ears are distressed to notice REPAIRS to all makes. bat-
She was The community house is by a '
early Hamilton history. Friends of Mrs..W.-B. (Babs) Au-
I I that their hearing loss is teries, cords, ear molds sold.I .
perhaps 88 years of age. Seventy lake and the Groveland Bird lady man will be interested in the fact gradually growing worse.
five years ago life in these parts made a winding path outlined with I that she is teturning to Florida: '
/JlllZdllea Of interest to these peopleis I MAICO Hearing Service |
Y1&: vr h was, as viewed by today, a day of moss. All along the way were the II Billy Auman is living with his a valyable new booklet pub I 901 N. Patterson Valdosta
life and Miss I different birds in the trees on
leisurely plantation Grandmother and entered in school lished by Maico Electronics Please Send Booklet i
..__ favored dauehter. plants the path ended at a I! l
A' "' was a I -- t until she becomes situated. i called "Seven Steps to better I Seven Steps to Better Hear I t ttrig"
and her !I shrine made in a large palm. husk. I
To be gentle good was way I
Whether you want residentialor i I Hearing. Here in a few Free! .
I tf St. Francis i
of life. Here was a statue j
j call She attended school at Wesljan the patron saint of Bird-dom. I I, All type of : pages is an easy to follow pro t .1

commercial wiring just in Macon,and at Virginia college in''I The little lady who. conceived ,i INSURANCEFire J gram for overcoming a hear- Name ................... I

on.155 for,a frey estimate. You'll Virginia. She was a school mate of I I this wonderful exhibit is knownas AUTO I ing problem. |fl j| |

surprised; at the money you our beloved "Miss Addie" (Mrs. w.1 "Miss Deanie" she is superin-j' For a Free Booklet Call ,{ Address .......... Apt.... J Jf
Hail CasualtyCall CH2-1478 or write name
/ a H. Green) in the Virginia days, a j I II tendent of the Methodist Youth your

save. All work guaranteed. I frl"1ship that continued thru the I work there- is badly crippled with I 792-2921 and address on"the coupon The, f City ...... State.... J I t
in and mail to us at Maico. .:: ::
I year*. arthritis: but wonderfully gifted Jones Insurance Agency
'"*-.. was! the daughter of Mr. and heart and mind. I _.- ---, _. ._
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Mrs. Ben S. McCa'il and the wife i 1
|M" Bn rates and had two sons The Library "Coffee" at Hamil- One of a series ot this newspaper sad the Print AfverU Ir Association oa G* advantage of print media,
v I ton Reginal Library was a nice I
Wallace Bates of Haines City and I V '
ONLY $50 morning April I ?
t affair on Tuesday ZS ss
|Ben of Jennings. -
in 23rd. A committee from the Jas- ; y. !.
USED | The funeral services{ were
woman's Club served: Mrs.
her church, the Primitive Baptist'at
,,' } Jennings and her body rests in Orville Drury MrsJack Vinson,

Refrigerator burying I Mrs. Wade Norris and the presi-
the quiet Sassers landing
..RaO..R.w' ''dent of the Club Mrs. May Curry. .a r

ground. Mr. and Mrs. Paul lfillhouse.I ,
ONLY $75 "As a white candle
I White Springs brought flowers for
,,' H you see me In a Holy place
I occasion. There were visitors
I can fore ast. So is the beauty \1
SEE THEM I 'from White Springs and Jennings.Mrs. .
The oodsyoubuy face.
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- .- -_ -:- ....... Friday, April 26-,.'..,1963-

; pollutions of this world through the WHITE SPRINGS W1I1TE SPRINGS 4-H CLUB S ence S. C. for further study and
4e will
:: f agper jlew knowledge of the Lord and Savior I 3IEETS I" oca1jt eJ11s. ,.
.graduate from this sehdb
.. [Jesus Christ they are again en- NEWSby i The'White Springs 4-H Club met I Sgt. John Bembry"o't the Florida on May
Published Every Friday tangled therein and overcome; the at-2:00 in the White Springs High Highway .Patrol and Mrs. Bembryof 8. She goesUmmediately to:RalefehK.

Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida latter end is worse with them than Collins SchooL The meeting was called to,' Palatka visited relatives here C. where she wilPHake.national
Mrs. Mary
,. Subscriptions Strictly in dvance the beginning. 11: Pet 2:2kNow ( order by President Teina Cason. #''over the weekend. Their sons. John Board Kxarmnstjora on May 11

$3.00 in Hamilton County ....* $4.0$) Outside of County another account is the parable The Beta club sponsored by Mr. Devotional: leader, Rheba Morgan;r';and/Charles, students at FSU joined The goood'tflshlsl other fr'-nds fel
of the .sower which emphati- C. Aj McDuffie will present a play gave the devotion. The meeting them on Saturday. low her. "*

Cards. of Thanks ._ $1.00 Minimum cally refutes:the doctrine of impos at the school Saturday at 7:00 p.m. was turned over to' our leader j!i, a ', Evelyn came from Jacksonville'
Telephone SYcamore 2-6331; sibility of apostasy. (Matt. 13:3-8; Mrs. White. She talked to us about' for the weekend.'
'[April 27. Everyone is cordially in ]f Iris Rem-hry who has been attend .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers 18:23; Lie. 8: -IS) The seed uVthis vited. the 4-H Fashion Show and she ing a School of Onesthesia in Char .
parable is the Word of God;Lk. 8: also talked to us about 4-H Camp. lotte N. C. Mrs. Irene Jenkins of Jacksonville .
Those taking in the spent the weekend with '
Can A Child of God So Sin As To Be Lost? 11.or The teacher Sower lCor.3 is the:6.gospel The preacher soil is- Myrtle Ann, Wiggins.part Suzan play Cason are: The meeting was then turned back her parents Mr. and Mrs.. Edgar. Clifford spent Jenkins the weekend and, other with Mrs.relatives
the human Lk,8:15.The I Catfaleen England, Ruth Goddard, to the President Teina Cason Bembry. She left Sunday for Flor-:' .. -
heart The Secretary Paula Allison called
The first example of the doctrine becomes overconfident then he is wayside hearer has not become a Joyce Stormant Louie Whitiker the roll and read the minutes of p -, .

which says th?t a child of God apt to let down his guard against Christian. The stony ground represents Judie Stormant, Cheryl Shaw, Paul the last meeting. We decided to -
cannot so sin as to be lost is found Satan and be carried away from his those who accepted the word'IFisk. Clayton McDuffie. have a swimming trip. Meeting was BE WISE-
in the first book of the Bible but steadfastness to God. The Apostlei I I Fourth Quarterly Conferencefor
I but withered because of tribulation adjourned., !
notice who is the author of it. Satan Paul who was directly chosen by the charge was held at the I
persecution and temptation.. Mat I Reporter Daisy Melton
changed God's command to read Christ to be an Apostle to the Gen- or Methodist Protect Your
13:20-21 Lk. 8:13. They became Church Sunday evening Tobacco
; Against
"Ye shall not surely die. The en- tiles realized that even he himself: I 7:15
Christians but failed to produce I Bro. McKinley was the spea- JENNINGS SENIOR foR I
tire human race can attest to the I
could fall and be lost. He said in :
fruit Their appointed lot is recorded ker. This year is Bro. ){cKinley'sI CLUB MEETS .
fact that Adam and 1 9:27 "But I under
Eve heard Cor. keep
in Matt. 7-19: "Every tree that I I last year as District SuperintendentHe The regular monthly 4-H meeting
belived and obeyed a ,falsehood body and bring it into subjection: HAIL
bringeth not forth good fruit is wishes very much. to become was called to order by our Presi & WIND
and now we are reaping,the conse- 'lest that by any means when I ,
hewn down and cast into the fire. I I Pastor in a local church. Our pray- dent. Sharon Howell. The devotion
quences of their disobedience to have preached to others. I myself
God's command. The Bible teaches should be a castaway." I The thorny groLH1d'representswtn ers and best wishes goes with him. was led by Linda Butler. !
those became Christians but The County Wide Fashion Show,
The-community wishes to-
that child of God indeed ;[ Next we are made aware of the express
a can
will be held at the Jennings'High BY INSURING _
were choked by the cares of the their deepest sympathy Mrs. WITH
so sin as to be lost, however there possibility of falling from grace I
School May 24, 8
world, the deceitfulness of riches, Elsie Goddard in Jhe recent deathof p.m. Every one
are things which we can do to pre- when we see the exhortation of the is invited.
Hebrew writer in Hebrews or the pleasures of this life and be- her"mother.. .vQur prayers and
vent such from happening to us. In 3:12"I FARM
4H-Camp will be held June 3 to7. BUREAU MUTUAL
came unfruitful-Matt.: I3:22: Lk. bes fcMwshes are with Jier.
11 Peter 1:10 we read "Where- Take heed brethren, lest there be .
i 8:14. They accepted the word and -. 4-Hers must have record books in 1
fore the rather brethren give dili- in any of you an evil heart of unbelief -I I later etL The' taughtis STAPLERS and STAPLES by next club meeting. May 15.
gence to make your calling and in departing from the living ; 4-H Short Course shall be June INSURANCE
forceful warning to Christians COMPANY
election sure ;tor if ye dthese" God." You cannot depart until you J:that a they can fall and be eternallylost. i THE JASPER NEWS.- -- 10 to 14 at F. S. U.;Tallahassee. r
things shall never fall. The have arrived.
ye Then we have the parable Reporter Betty Sue Zant ,
things mentioned in the five pre- : The Galatians were taught thata --qr-
of the vine and the branches: John
vious those things which I' LOW'lNTERESTLONG !
verses are Christian can fall from grace:
15:1-6 where Christ taught that he
will prevent falling. It unmistak- "Christ is become of no effect unto r
\ is the vine and we as individuals TERM
ably implies that if one does not do'you, whosoever of you are justifiedby I make the branches. Verse 6 II
these things he will fall. If our posi-, the law; ye are fallen from] up LOANS -
tion in the sight of God was sure, grace." In attempting to be justified says "H a man abideth not in me, t .. -
there Wound have been no exhorta by the law of Moses they became i he is cast forth as a branch and Thru the T I I Our milk and cream is

tion given for us to give diligence guilty of complete apostasy. is withered; and men gather them 1 as fresh as a high school
and cast them into fire and they Federal Land Bank ;
to make it .
sure. Not only is it possible for Christians I sophomore. Drink
are burned. There are many more yourglass
Next we read of the Corinthi- to fall;but in this instance it actually Live Oak r FO 2-1525 R! .w F of
scriptures which could be producedto j at every
fans who were likewise admonishedto happened, even though men
show to anyone the folly of producing FEDERAL LAND BANKASSOCIATION meal.
be cautious about their eternal i:say it is impossible. Note: (1) Manis
standing before God in 1 Cor 10:12 a false sense of security to
saved by grace (Eph. 2:8) ((2) A b' -
Paul wrote "Wherefore let him;Christian may fall from grace (Gal professed believers in Christ but 7 i .
these should be sufficient to show I LIVE OAK
that thinketh he standeth take heed I 5:4)) (3)) Therefore a Christian maybe
lest he fall" From this we learn lost, A Christian can so sin as that somewhere someone has miss- ( .ttJ; 31 n I South Ohio Avenue
I ed the mark. Other'passages are Use Our
that it is a dangerous position to,to be lost because he can be found I -"a""
find ourselves in to even entertain in a worse condition than he was in used by those who proclaim this I Quick Drive-In i
doctrine which if studied will also
the thought of eternal security after ,before he became a Christian: "Fbrif Service
I to with the foregoing I .
becoming a child of God. When one after they have escaped the prove agree DIRECTLY ON THE >:

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,1,. DISNEYLAND 40,000,000 LOCATIONETFOR: IN" FILM BOW AS ; t I'I'i I .-'.YoirAnd Your School . '1' Zoning Church BoardO.K's -'But I' if'. --' PUblic- A-n--n: ncem nts '"1

by M L. Powell Principal Jasper Schools Not Mobile Home' I
[ In
It was with real and genuine interest buildings, renovations and repairs The Jasper Planning and Zoning Notice is hereby given,

At Fay Theatre Thfc Week that 5 we watched' the reac-'in the other two communities. Now :Board had two zoning petitions be- of Intention of the to Florida apply to Legislature the 19C Se.sion for. I I Valdosta Sunday

another camera tolDisneyland would be the tions of people from all over the I[if we were to say that an equal fore them Thesday night, both of passage of an set. the mubttance re-
Ordinarily bringing I I
be which had latin to an act authorizing the I Jasper is having rough sleddingin
who met in the Jasper High amount of money nad to spentin proponent.sand opponCfltSL I
another, sandwich to a banquet. county board of -county commissioners of
same as bringing I I their first year in the Twin RIvera -
School Auditorium last.Thursday each of the communities in order and they ended up by approving Hamilton county to use the county I 1
Since the opening, July 18, 1955. more than 30,000,000 visitors have to discuss the school build j to pass the bond issue then the construction of a church equipment and labor for improvement Baseball League and last Sun-

toured the famed 'amusement park-and practica'ily all of them have ing evening needs of Jasper and 'the other''I I the amount would probably be in 3-2.. and opposing the placing of a ;,cemeteries.and maintenance school grounds of public and i day's I game was no exception. Al-
had the inevitable camera strapped around their necks with pockets similar public places or roads COB 'though they almost got as many
is mobile home in a restricted neigh
of the county of This beyond i
$1,000,000. .
communities excess
school ,
.v ... 00. ._ --- I p.-ctliiE so h public places to. stateor hits their they were .
bulging: ; wnn rous 01 jum.J !a story of modern Hawaii Filmed: and the proposed petition calling the bonding capacity of the county borhood. Both matters will now I county highway Sy.tem. i I' as

So, a camera at Disneyland is i in Technicolor picture we are I for a'bond election to provide ne- and totally unrealistic impractical|go before the city council at their April C. A.1Z.Avriett 1,. 26 County and May Attorney 2 19t3 much shorter best on the Stockton
I of the teams: league
as common as five fingers on a ,sure you will enjoy very much. ,I recvirv----- -funds---. to do the job. WeS and impossible. ;next meeting for final decision. one
hand. However, this, was not the I Other pictures coming to the were not at all \V e. seemed to sense a hiddenteIement'in t t Board members present were Vlr-; IN THE JUDGE.COURT OF THECOUNTY defeated Jasper: 12 to 7. and hits

; case with the battery of color cam ,Fay soon are Big' Red War Lovers -1 I > 'disappointed Si i rt this question which suggested -gie Hyman, Mrs. Ernest Chandler HAMILTON: COUNTY. j were 15-12 Jasper had five errorsto

eras set up by Universal Pictures i Follow: the Boys,. The Miracle 1 r.TPr\ (i the meeting; in that the question might be;!Ralph Jackson Raymond Camp" FLORIDA, 13? PROBATE. two for their opponents.

for .the filming ,of location, sequences -[Worker, The Birds."* Courtship of I ri ,'" S i fact' we seemed' phrased in' this way: : "Is. $500,000 and Paul Weber.' Balloting was se S IN RAY RE O.: CA80 ESTATE. Defeated OF |t'Adams Jasper and used Barker.3 pitchers. Griggs ,

l ithere with Tony,.Curtis, ,Suzanne Eddie's Father, ,ancif:Love is a to sense some,ve enough to b HJd a building large I cret. TO ALL CREDITORS AND will be
\> Pleshette, six-year-old Claire BaH. The program; for Mayi is r 1in excellent over- enough to house all the.high school' The church matter was the request PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR I Sunday's opponent will be
Ji AGAINST SAID Belk-Hudson and the
I Wilcox and Tom Reese for "40 i outstanding and offers a wide variety 5''P: ': tones of something children in the county and providefor by the Jasper Church of Godto DEMANDS ESTATE: game
.5 in Valdosta.
; Pounds of Trouble." the new Uni of entertainment much bet- the necessary repairs for the build a new church on one block You and each of you are hereby played

versal-International release opening -, I terinbemaking other schools in the county?" We purchased from the Kate Gill property -I notified and required to present any Game time is 3:00 pjn.
Friday on the screen of tha Fay for, the entire it would. in West Jasper block 47 of claims and -demands which you. or Manager BID Sapp has called for
t' I Old Testament To frankly feel that either of you may have against the Saturday afternoonat
Theatre in Jasper. !1 1j I county than just CaldwelTs Survey. Objecting neighbors I estate of RAY O. CASON. deceased practice every
--- There feeling that
S the realization ofa was some per- were present, and Henry Vick- late of said County. to' the County 2:00 p.m. Everyone is invited.
j Walt Disney. who had turned: Be Taught "haps all the communities were not ,Judge of Hamilton County. Florida.
new high school plant for Jasper ers acted as spokesman. Chief -
down more than 20 previous requests aware of what was,going on and I at his office in the court house of Avenue and Cth
and the needed repairs and reno spokesman for the church was the aid county at Jasper Florida. within I West Central
from motion picture companies In that at least'one community had Street. S. W. Said trailer to be
vations of the other schools in the Rev. Earl Dens pastor.. The board six calendar months from the time of connected to utilities and occupied.
to use Disneyland as a background :, been left out.: 'Th s Was most certainly I the first publication of this notice. Yon must be present to voice your
for a movie gave producer 1|!I ; county. .not intended'fo. be the case ,voted to recommend to city council Two copies of each claim or demandshall objection or non-objection to this
1 A course i "Introduction To The ,
After the preliminary remarks that they be allowed to build the be In writing and shall s'atethe E'tU'n'
Stan Margulies and director Norman Old Testament" taught in 1'of the-Chairman of the committee because ,each") community had been church. place of residence<< and post office : LT-tAN REMBRY. City Clerk.
Jewison permission. This was in- notified and given the opportunityto address of the < Jasper next fall if enbugh are the Principal of the Schools The former Addie Green houseon CIRCTIT COURT.
the first time he has allowed his Jasper or attorney and accompanied by a. IN THE
terested in taking the Course. It will I'and the 'Superintendent of Public set up its own committee to Central Avenue was the property inll: fee of one dollar and ttu.h 01'1 I THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
famous tourist attraction tobe used make its ,and to void FLORIDA IN AND FOR HAMILTON -
rhall be
be an ExtensionCourse nder the own study reportits or demand not so filed I
Instruction of the county there was in question in the other matter.It :' COUNTY In ChAncf'1'YPIOXEF.RS
for major role in feature length Matt Marable. a* Administrator -
a a
the Board of
findings County
auspices of North Florida Junior some very excellent participationfrom is owned by John Hart and he I I of the Vata'e ,, FINANCE COMPANY a<
and taught iy: Dr. JamesC Public Instruction. Certainly there of O. Cason. deceas.ed. -: Corporation.
College Ry
film.Among the audience and some very desired to set up a mobile home on .
the hundreds of extras us- .Moore. Jr. Directors the Even I, forward. was no deadline but we have been EARNESt' RUTH MAE
brought Nolan
good questions of the 1.5 '
acre property.
part 1*.
ed each day by Universal were: 100 big Division. The' course may be Some of the most significant questions working on this matter for more Wilkes was chief spokesmanfor First..,- 'nnbtlcaMon'', ,(t. Ma. :S Ail, 111. 1"E2y 196S. HCL"\I. his and wifes ZilticE.sad. Stephen Ge.rgeStctbeaa aU.

children who were required by California taken for 3 semester hours college : brought forward during the than a yearLand that seems to be the objectors. The Board recommended wife.
law to attend classes on the credit, or it maybe' audited. The ample time. We certainly do not '. n'"V TjW''OS I I Defendants.OTICR .
discussion were: to the council that the \ OF SALE
'U S"
days they worked in the movie. An I(, cost of the course' will be $16.50 1. Is this a real opportune time to want anyone 'to be left out at alL mobile home not be allowed in this ro"R'r.TV rorrvrv.IX A vnTTTOV .FOR S'T/'bPIDA, t' Notice is hereby given that pursuant

i open-air schoolroom was set up in whether you for credit or \ circulate the petition? We feel very keenly about this neighborhood.culum PROBATE SITTING closure to entered a Final in Decree cause numbered of Fore

the middle of Disneyland where a audit it. School teachers, and any ,2. Is $500,000 enough to really do matter of educational opportunitiesfor I TV KtT 1.\UKEstate.A5.TMAN.- of n-.d. VATirR OF lEGISLATION

'I half dozen teachers made with the other persons under contract to the "J the job? every child 'in Hamilton County NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO WHOM is hereby IT given MAY CONCERN of intention: Notice to-

three "R's" during the filming lulls ,Board of Public Instructon can take :13. What will each community get regardless of where he may reI broad enough to meet "all AM creditor" of deceased the estate are ht>re.of nnplv to the 1963 Session of the

As far as the kids were concernedit 1.the Course for $3.00 The' Class will I out of the bond issue? I I side. We feel that every child his needs with a wide range of 1"EULA. notified ALTMAN. and required to Pie any an Florida act authorizing Legislature the for county passage com of

was an unbelievable dream come meet for 3 hours one night a week, '4. Has "any community been left should have the very best opportunities electives and free choices.l Thereis claims or demand which they may missioned' of Hamilton county to

true. They kept pinching them- I for.16 weeks. 'U''Y.CJlt' interested I! out in the planning? I and,,facilities that the no desire on our part for any have the agmn County! t said Judge estate Df in the Hamilton officeof use monies a portion accruing of the to the secondary county road for

selves to see if it were all really in taking the course please contact 5. |Wouldn't it be better to have Board can supply child in the county to be left out County. Florida. In the Courthouse'at I pa\f"K certiin Rtreetn in Jasper.

.so Imagine getting paid. getting I your minister or Mrs.J.. A. Stephens high school in the However, an inflated dollar split or denied any educational oppor Jasper Florida. within six calend first- Jennings. ,. and White Springs and-'
just one "r months from the date of the f*rf in rnad leading to publio-
'on all the.rides for free, and attending I and give them your name t County? three ways can't go very far. Cer- tunity that this county can provide. 1 1| publication of this notice. Each schools and public buildings to be

school right on the grounds asa and the night of the week that 6. Shouldn't we study the whole tainly every child in the county "Wouldn't it be better to have claim or demand must be in writing selected by the county commissioner
t and must state the place of resdence and rtxTtmrnrnried to the state road
I : bonus! I would suit you best. We would very problem a little further before 1 should have' access,to a first rate just one high school In the county?' ,f and post office address of the"claim department to do the paving.

: Sunday Monday and Tuesdayat !much like to know by early in the into action? laboratory properly equipped to We are going to leave the answerto I ant and must be sworn to by the I I C. A. Avrlett. County Attorney
I going! f 2 1981
claimant his agent or his attorney April 1% 19. %C May
the Fay you will find another summer bow many people would We shall not attempt to answer teach all the high school science that question to an individual or It will bert>me vora1 t-cordlng to i
'outstanding picture irt "DIA-,be frlt f ste :MONDHEAD." It stars Charlton Minister school in the sound thinking individual in I Nita Capon Bryan Executrixof FOR CHLORCTATORThe
please your or I i(time but we would.Jilre. analyze high girl county the Will of Eula Altman.deceased. .
Heston with a group of fine young i j Mrs. Stephensright away. I what we think se meh\ to be the should have access to a first rate the county. i I I I The Town of White Springs is ask
stars in support. Diamondhead is The JisperMinisterial Alliance : thinking) that lay behind and well equipped! homemaking depart- Where did we leave the matter? April 26. May 3. ,',!. 17. 1963 ing for bids on a Gas Chlorinator,.

I'I prompted some of these questions (ment; every boy should have access We did defer the circulation of the ZONING, CHANGES installed at the White Springs water-
and until the' board and the PUBLIC HK4KING .'Plant, White Springs Florida.
excellent petition
to workshop
of the present an
inform held be
(and to you A public Hearinir will be ;I
I status of the matter. I vocational 'Ag. Department; every' people have a 'little more time to fore the Jasper Planning and ZonIng -I: Chlorinator should be of sufficientsize

r 1 CERTIFIED I You will note that the first and child in the county has a right to consider this extremely important at 7:30 Board p.m.on at Tuesday the Jasper, April City:23. Hallto 1963, and quality to adequately chlorinate

: 1 I last questions are very similar but an expanded,business education department matter ,and let public sentiment consider the following: White Springs Water supply
I of child in the coun- crystalize. We 'certainly want every 1. Petition to erect a New Church at aU times.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS they stem from a different type ; every Building in a Residential areanned
I thinking. It was brought out early ty interested in being in a band school community to have an lIlA located In Block 47. Further information may be obtained -

I II I I b in the discussion that the present program ought to have the opportunity opportunity to present its nee s. and Caldwell 3rd Street.Survey N.,at W 10th. Avenue at the White Springs Town

Georgia Red: Red Gold Rush, Care.. Gold, session of the Florida Legislature I to do so; every child in the Th'! matter is not dropped it is You must be present to voice your Han between the hours of 9:00 a.m. .

% ***. might ,make it easier for the tax I I county has a right to have accessto perhaps more alive than'ever, and o"J""lon netitlon.a. or non objection to this and 12 noon Monday through Fri

And Centennial Varieties' *I'Lk ";5: ,\assessOr jnake. necessary adjustments -, a much better library program we shall persist in our efforts to Petition to change lot 5. block day. All bids should be submitted

: ; 1 in property evaluations with I than he novwftas; every child hasa provide the facilities to which our II 1 2 14 with,,Lni permission,g'x rur\ey,to from park It-lA a house to to the White Springs Town Council.

out being: faced with the possibilitynf right to have access to a curri- boys and girls are entitled. trailer on said lot located on White Springs, Florida.

Schroer Plant Farms KPttiner a 100!% cash valuation on --

I I tall-taxable -property in case of a i ijsuit I Wheat Missiles Grow

S .I Valdosta Telephone, Ch. 2-8230 (that at the law.possible It was extension also suggested of the Together I Ia -

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I 1 school building program
present benefit to this\ S.eurity springs :from the -city of 33.500,one that in 1940 Production has Begun.on,22 O(
might be of some made a earth around Minot, North had a population of only 16,577! more ABis-Chahners diesel-eleo
county. However. we have Dakota. One involved
company.directly: trie generator sets for anothermissile
I thorough inquiry into this possibility There is the security "wheat S, in MinoVs wheat and missile complex at Warren AFB

ity whether this provision passes for example. North Dakotans prosperity is Allis-Chalmers, near Cheyenne, Wyoming
T XOUR WIPE [ BUSY MES5AGE'WISHES not will have no bearing what- have been measuring their prosperity maker of combines that harvestthe A:fourth Minuteman bas 1m
TO KISS 1 MI 'SM. ELLANO OCR ,' relief for our in grain harvests for grain and biggest supplier der construction is at Whiteman
TO YOU IS THATGAS in providing!
YDU OVER THEPHONE TAKE THE MESSAGE soever years.And. | emergency power equipment for AFB near Knob Noster, Missonri. -
proposed school building program. being planted now in the the :nation's :Minuteman missile pi ,
AND GIVE TTTO is for centers with wheat fields tie. _____
for another
CO. I This money are silos program.Buried The first Minutemen ready:
4 MB LATER! r growing populations only. The final type of security, the :Minuteman tmdei. ."unc!, the :Min war duty are at Malmstrom APE
j question grew out of the general missile, America's "ace in the uteman missile-150 of them, in neal GreJ1.tFa.J1sJ. Montana. '
-r---- WILL GIVE VOOEVERYTHING I discussion which included the dis- hole\deterrent to an enemy nuclear -fact-will be the newest additionto Twenty of tne missiles were -
1 I 1 I $tack. the Strategic Air Command's turned over to the Strategic Air jS -
I TVUCTIS course just mentioned I'I'i Together, wheat and the missile -national arsenal at:Minot Command: last Dec. 11, and 130 -. S
.DUE YOU! j "What will each community get have produced an economic Air Force Base. other Minutemen are expected

: out of the bond issue?" was a most upturn such as that Upper Great Many military experts regard become operational by summerat S ___
interesting and leading questioflj J Plains region has not experiencedin Minuteman as the most important Malmstrom.
and' worthy of every consid- : nearly half a century. U.S.weapon since the atomic -I Before 1965 the United States hope and desire LaJgelybeeause of the banner bomb. Poised in their hidden :is k expected to have more than S
eration. It was our needsof crop: of spring and durum wheat, silos, these Air Force intercon- 800 of these three-stage, solid 5'S
that the real and actual North Dakota topped all states tinental ballistic missiles can, on'fueled missiles on station.
each community would be met i' 4 last year in the rate of personal less than 15 seconds notice,travel I Construction Of a MinI
MInot 7f D.
S Low Price $6.95 in full as outlined by the planning meoMe game nearly 6,300 miles at speeds up I complex such as :Minot's is an Jack KTt installation,of Allis-CLal, eon
NIGHT PHONE The 1962 harvest boosted farm to 15,000 m.p.h. to deliver pleles
committee of each school and-approved -, a nuclear -immense project. There are 165
the Board. Now would I I$5OOCOO receipts by 11%,,a welcome relieflollowingthe warhead of about one megaton separate work sites scatteredover mere diesel engine-electric. set
Inside Minuteman, mssia
PER by
CYLINDER SYcamore 2-3001 dreadful drouth nearly 20,000 miles' a. .
? ; square
be enough to do the job I and of 1961. Standing 'behind this launch[ T -:J CT"z&&
;1 CASH ON DELIV1RYHOLLOWAY'S dismal grain crop awesome of wheat country around Mine
5 It is reasonable to assume that a The missile base constructionjob military force is an all-important I That's an area almost.large dlesel-electric Set In each missile

P complete high school plant would ,expected to cost in excess of power supply consisting of Massachusetts Connecticut, .Kilo and in each lLtr' ch)1
be by far the most expensive item ;13?Bullion dollars by the time it Allis-Chalmers diesel engine- Delaware Rhode Island and New center.
issue. Let's assume is completed in mid-1963, is alsoa electric sets. Should utility pow Jersey combined During a typical Sve.dayweek
in the bond of this plant bC reason why; pockets are er lines serving the Minot missile Perhaps the best way of getting 'of seeing that his crews hew to
that a reasonable cost jingling around Minot. sites fail, the electric sets would an overall idea of the extent their 'Work schedule, McCloag
would be around 50000.:: Now if Workers involved in tie gigan- supply: emergency power.' The]of a:Minuteman base is to spenda may put 1,000 miles or more on
we floated the full $500,010 bond issue tic project take home a monthly sets also will generate continu day or two with John McClung, his car-all driving 'r n r-:j
8 that would leave $150,000 in ,!I II ,payroll, of approximately 1-1/2 electricity during periods ofalert. vice president. of Leslie Miller, work site to another.
S million dollars.They spend sucha Ino,the firm that is installing a "Sometimes you get tired jtwt!
l.J HOLLOWA" sizeable amount in Minot So far Allis-Chalmers plants from driving to ''Work. But this
SI- I I that local store owners did a rec-! at Norwood, Ohio and Harvey, 'PJ : ," ,"Jri"f area still isn't as big jas Tau
_a.ord 70 million dollars retail sales: Illinois,have produced a total of /,'.;, '.]ffi ,*"" t.r .... he commented. McClung zhouf4Be's
( -* vdume in'1962. i 330 sets for the Minot job and ,,'Af';: .. ,'", !':-:;,4.-K .: know. :from PortWorth.Aconstructiotijob .
f. r 'i TJjet was almost a 5 million for a similar Minuteman base f t >,;>1', : : ; as challenging
: it I II ;dollarincrease overthe 1961 being built around Ellsworth :.;: .t: :,; :p-> ;,' <;J''d- z rl'tI as Minuteman would ordinar-
; j / Petersburg ;S' ,-t grfcifcaitAa' business boom for AFB near Sapid; City S.D. fly stand as monument to the

$ .J/St : : Boned far protection' sake are launch control capsule Jib contractors Building it end to the
( ) I __ this one near Minot,IU).From Inside these eonezcte-encaeed Army Corps Eng&eers supervising
S steel strnetores Air Force! miuilemen would,in event of enemy the project.Bat this is on&
/; S iuelearaUaek,sezidMinuteman caLls mission of J'-fU.tlcm. monument that will bs tarri"-*forprotection's
"The trodden path is the safest"This .

.. -- 1'l ._ is an old legal maxim S No weapons are Visible from
i J: : : ground level only a heavy steel
I it's fun, anytime, and, under most 'conditionSis advice. rIt door covering each concrete silo.

: at Redington Beach undoubtedly prudent Inside the 84-foot-deep chamber
Precedent has been establishedand Minuteman waits in ar-condi
1 It's real fun at the Billows, overlooking! the 'experience of others tinned comic??

S the Gulf..Fu1I sized kitchen apartments: S who have travelled the same Each of: the 15 launch control

completely furnished, for alithe family. route are signposts of confidence centers consists of an underground -
concreted steel
Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks, for the individual trodding unfamiliar capsule,connected by elevator to.

S sightseeing, golf, and fine restau ground. a wooden barracks building oa
To the adventurous element. the surf
rants. Beautifully kept grounds, ace*
and ch. 'LoyilyCOMPLETEL'Y however, the safety of the well- ,. ATr Force: ttissHeinen are ala-
furnILd trodden path not hold quite Uon d&ro-und.the clock at each.
I may
apartments! launch een.ter.In: : event of eneasyKUackytheytronM
as much attraction New me-
FURNISHED double occupancy;:.,from blow open-the.
APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week, thods, new formulas: 'and hitherto I tteavy sfltfcowrs by remote esstxol .
: $ for two unexplored "p'aihw ys' beckon It, *,then inuh alter fcu&ess to>i
,.. S their challeng'ef''Ma1iy'br : i; send the missiles on their missions -
W. will "Pick You Up"Wrre
: S :AyEFj S S S throughs! in thevark B S J S of retaliation tmrtrd jra-
for ,
selected enemy targets.
are J1lel'cly',-""- k- ak-I -,
-S 'lTwq5 $-S ,, st' 1 The Air Force f ures only a
ti3ose.jt1)o; ,sP.'a d .- tb7'anenemymlalJeWould
;' YtLH or design from the trodden ., : : -j- put Minuteman out of ac-

'-,'i- j, s :a wellS -. I S ion,Jart of this.reaso&hur liesnthGf1ctthat'Js 4
. L : S arid control
; 'MSPE1r y Da-& s capsules are'buriedJ
__ A big Job all this activity MX
..:.:5-, 1 APAItMBft HOTEL CLEANERS, This path. was _ S tie -wheat plains around Minot .
: S
blazed by practical citizens who
,TELEFHONE 391-S22S S But a most necessary task.
I got tile word that the latest and For if the mere presence ftf t
: 16813 GU :IOYi.WA ,;> :best seH-servfce, ,laoadry and MIn-teman causes the foes of :0'
i I : RWIHGTOHiKAcW: ; 'k- cleaning. equipment is availableat .5 freedom abandon any thoughts t

ST. rmxstutG. FLORIDA JASPER IAHKDRY AND missHa aggression billions *
of dollars the United States la
: _.S.AI.._ ...... ....... A...- --A..- _1&__. Ss......_ ....... ..... .CLEANERS. Phone 792-6931. linking in such mfergrmHtd.
F5! :] \ defenses triE bd weI11mtJilt.I *



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i Friday April 26 1'1963 .: .. ,'-HE" .J'A-SPERNE W'S ; JASPER FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Burhham .(wick-Mr. J.. J. .Epperer Sr.< and!I JENNINGS I IfI
I! CL.ASSIEIEADS1; 1 News Mrs. J. T\ Zipperer over the weekend -, I ".-

-- ,By, JLOIj2fPPKRER:\ ; Ii; \ .. 'e 1 ? 1
PLASTIC LAMINATING:Protect-- ,PROTECT BERRIES, Fruit Trees, Mr. and :Mrs. Franklin Gaston hv Ray Nell Burnett OHTUARIESM FOREST FIRE STRIKES
Preserve -f- Beautify Valuable Lawns from birds any errosion He who;conquers can* :bY'force! do-so.may. spent Sunday in Tallahassee with I t Everyone has been' ,studying
PhotosrDdcuJnentsli Sealed in-J>las I with Hudson Cloth netting. fancy that h6 continue to their daughter and family Mr. and hard this week Six more weeks of T

He: Wallet size 25c each larger 1,000 sq ft. 30jc35r Only $ .50 But where only men the COIIJUC5bhot are willing to last submitto : are Mrs, Hollis )f'-C hough. They also school! Boy what fun then!* I __
size 5c square inch Add 2c each for J delivered. Special discount to those who are better than them visited their mother Mrs. Bertha I i The 4-H girls held their work IOU
mall'orders distributors. 'T. :i meeting last Monday. Everyone
Blair in W Edwards I
selves. The only way really to con Hospital DORAS CLIFFORD MOCK
dan'stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 I! Write: Sunday afternoon. J lis busy getting ready for the Fashion -
quer a country is through generos- Funeral services for Doras Clifford
West Howard Street Live Oak Hudson Products Co. V May i
-Florida. tfc j I Westfield Mass. :I ity. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mathis and I I The Assembly of God Church I Mode 17, were held Tuesday II
!I I Edith,Hamilton Gospel 13 pan. in the Live Oak City Ceme- I
M24p children-were up from Gainesville called off their monthly
Mrs. Ralph Cunningham, Mrs. spending Sunday with their parents Sing Friday night. It will be held i tery.He i
FREE LUBRICATION! WANTED- 3-Inch Irrigation pipe,!I Isaac Shiver Mrs. Wallace Selpr and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. next Monday night. I died at his home near McAl-i
We.will give a FREE.Lube Job !I. and about 12 ''sprinklers" Phone ,I and Mrs. Teford Sullivan of Burn- Bert Zipperer and Mr. and Mrs. The Jennings P.T.A. is sponsoring 'pin Sunday morning. He was hit I
with each oil! change-for a I 792-6331 or 792-4491. ltp ham Christian Church attended the A. L. Mathis of Jasper. Also visit- a Gospel Sing tonight. Everyone -I by !! truck Nov. 10 1953. in Miami, I II
.! limited time only! ing Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zipperer is invited to come. A wrist Florida. brain '.
Tires REPAIRS-We ,repair all type!:Christian Women Fellowship District I- He..received.serio: SIt
.GD.1co Batteriesat TV and radios, also small ap Confercence at the First Christian ,Sunday afternoon were Mr. Zipper j watcjj will be" given: ...aWNduring injuries-from Which"lie never' re.
I competitive prices! pUt:. Mannings.,,Radio,$niC4t..:. Church J'ValdostaJ;- Thursday er's sister and'niece, Mrs. Herman Hie evening.The I!covered. Survivors are his parents
....,..."' '" ...*.*- 'TAYLR'$- .*" I Jasper"SY %.&421. tfeI I I April 18. They reported a wonderful Franklin and daughter Betty of FJLA. held their banquet II I Mr. and :Mrs. Doras Cecil Mock,I l ated. Pallbearers were: Dess Pen-
TEXACO STATION meeting and an enjoyable day. Perry. Mrs. Franklin and daughter last Friday night. The Seventh,:one brother Bryon, two sisters I nell Paul Garrison J. O. Blanch-
Jasper Telephone o3 I I EVERAL ,USED REFRIGERATORS . also visited another brother. Grade girls served it. It was a!Miss: Betty Mock and Miss Cecil ard, Haskell Prevatte Bill Matthews
I!{ Best of condition. Priced I Christian Women Felowship Bleets Mr. J. J. Zipperer Sr. Sunday af- mother-daughter banquet. 1 Mock all of Suwannee County. The George Kinard.

FARMS WANTED' IF YOU I' to s*H. Mannings' Radio Service :The Christian Women's Fellowship ternoon. .. Miss Linda Eason visited her I Rev. Edwin Montgomery Pastor Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was
would like to sell your farm, !a'! per. Phone SY. 2441 tfe. of Burnham Christian Church met Mr. and Mrs.9 *Wesley Kelly and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eason 'Jasper Presbyterian. Church offici- in charge.
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We have cajls for farms : Isaac Shiver Friday 5
see us. with Mrs and brother Jim.
:OOD USED TV! -InsUlIee for baby of Madison had dinner Sun I I
every week. _W. L. BryAn Reg flOO and UP. Manning Radio April 19, at 3:30 p.m. with Mrs.. day with their sister and family_ The Methodist Church is holding 3IRS. LINME faniA McCALL
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Wallace Selph President presiding.An Revival Services this week. for.;their Sunday I I
4,rvir 5V S-4421. Jasper tfc I Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Selph. |1 Tuesday night i. Mrs. Linnie Emma McCall SO,
2-2985 or \SY. 2.6331 '---I II interesting program on Christian C ? I I The Jennings Missionary Baptist School meeting. There. were about resident of Hamilton County died
-- -- FARM FOR SALE-ISO acres near,i Churches on the Rib of Asia Mr. and Mrs. Addle Smith of Jasper ,, Church met .fit Corinth last 26 from Jennings. last Friday in the Jasper hospital.
Georgia Plate Glass Co. I Live Oak. Good House. 169' big I was led by Mrs. James Blair. At attended Church at Corinth i 1 I'I I She was the widow of the*Rev.
.Store Front I I pecan trees. 1.25 acres tobacco. I I the conclusion of the program Mrs.' Church Sunday morning and had .5 Frank McCall.
.Mirrors Resilvered I Price $22,500. See W. L Bryan I I Franklin Gaston took charge of the I'I'I dinner with their sister Mrs. Annie''',I LADIES i Survivors are three daughters,

.Tub Enclosures, Showers SY2-2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2- worship service using as the theme Morgan. Mrs. Thelma Williams Mrs. Es-
215 W. Savannah Ave. C- 2-S2851!6331. Real Estate Brokers -I I After s i
Registered "Where Missions Begins" I ther Quinn both of Jasper, Mrs.
VALDOSTA tip which delicious refreshments were} Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver had j WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN YOUR OWN .
I I with I Grace Sweat, Deland; eight grandchildren
children home
of ]
HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper:, 3 SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field served by the. hostess.. t them Sunday. Th y were: Mr .and : DRESS SHOPIN and eleven great-grand
bedrooms r' $7500: I! r-Cleaning, J. W. Darby Jasper. 'I I MissFaye Kramer and fiance Mrs. Leon: Starling and children of ; I children.
Let us show you tRis) one, only one !Call after'6 pm.: T tfc Mr Robbie;Robinson of Jacksonvine Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. YOUR HOME TOWN-? J Funeral services were held Sunday
of several listed with Robert,Ehlert spent the weekend with Faye's' Perk Bogans and children of Pen 11&.01,1}'. }T>'IJOS3 ;art secure an inoonj- for Vii. th" PUlewav. : I at three p.m. in the Church of
SY2-331,.or with W. L. Bryan SY2-:! USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR' I mother Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer. sacola. Yonr investment is ie-** that S2.CDO.CO'for-fiTtnres', etc. -nJ I the Nazarene at Facil. The Rev.
2985, Registered Real Estate Brok- t 1 isle Gooa condition. $40. and Also the weekend with Pixie keeps you supplied with $10,000.90 to SXVXttOJ: Mat n-> Bert E. Wheeler pastor and the
ers. tfc. I $50. Manning* Radio Repair I Mrs. Kramer spending was her cousin Mrs. I Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Deas of Jasper cost-to:you. No experience necessary. Our experjenc"- stiff Rev. Howell officiated. Pallbearers
----I< Uiper tfc. !I Helen Metzer of Jacksonville and visited their brother end fami- 5 aWs you. Perfect for widow' retired couples. For 3Jorc In- were Hihvard Morgan. J. W.
; friends Mr. and Mrs. Felton I ily Mr and Mrs. R. J. Murphy formation: WRITE TO: aMISS f Shaw Pearsall Fouraker. Woodrow
FARMERSIt HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper In some Sunday afternoon.A I Wise, :Marvin O'Cain and Roy Tay-
and children of Brunswick PIXIE I
Thompson /
good location near hospital suitable I lor. Interment was in Evergreen
takes to
money 7000. Ga. We were sorry to hear of the I EAIMJIUDGE, GF.OHGIA i T.
See for two apartments. !I Cemetery In Jasper. Harry
money. your Clifford
death of Doras son S 1
Call W. L. Bryan SY22985. or Willie and niece Sue reid fX'neral Home was in charge.
for a farmer-planned loan. Mrs. Beatiy; --- ------ ----
Doris Cecil Mock
Robert Ehlert.. SY2 6331, Reg' Real the weekend in Jacksonville lof Mr. and Mrs. Q
Terms up to 7 years. See North Murphy spent I I who passed away at his home rear ;:
Estate Brokers. Other property their brother and
Florida Production Credit Assoc Mrs. :
Live Oak Sunday. April
also available. tfc uncle Mr. and -Mrs Ronald Cul- NOT C
iation. South Ohio Avenue Live Mock will be remembered as the E
I I ,
Oak, Florida Telephone 362-2588 1'-: breth. They also their sister I former Miss Louise Knighton of t
For Rent or Sale 3 bedroom I and .aunt :Miss Grace Culbreth in I "
,house with 3 inch deep welL Out- Macclenny Hospital at Macclenny.. this County. .. I
FOB SALE Good Modem Home .side of house recent4y"painted. 1 Mrs. Robert Smith and daughter
I To those have their 1962 Real-
and 2 acres on paved road near block building on back of lot to- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mathis in-law Mrs. Edwin Smith and baby ))t..' who not paid .
Jasper. Deep well .screened. porch be used for storage or utilities. ,Jr. and children of Jacksonville returned last Wednesday from. El
$2500 down See W. L. Bryan. SY.2-: Located in Pinetta, Florida spent the weekend with Mr. Mathis Paso Texas where they went for ,;; Estate Taxes

2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331: Louise Bland Admix, Ph. CH26180. I mother Mrs. Mary Mathis.They also several days visit with Mrs. Robert 'if',! The LaW requires us to advertise Real-Estate Taxes that are not
Real Brokers
Reg. Estate tfc
'Valdosta Ga. M3p visited other relatives, Smith's daughter and family .
FOR SALE -, Lot 'on Suwanne f J s. s Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter. They r paid by May 1 1st. If you will pay by May 1 st it will save you cost of
like to begin a journey
I always I
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea f on Sundays because'I shall ,have I reported a nice time. advertising / ; __ -... /"

sonable.Estate Broker Inqure Robert 792-6331.tfc Ehlert. Real : 'HELP STOPMALICIOUS I the prayers of the church land to pre- i "., .. .-':. DAN BRASWELL ..
all that road by or by '
a"t : water.serve HP s .,.:.:.w.. "' Tax CollectorPERFORMANCE
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musical needs from organs and! Glen Albert and Peggy were up '
pianos to records and record play from Jacksonville visiting their .ti: TOTAL
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/ The 1963 Ford gives you a ride every bit as smooth as cars cost. year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside and Atlanta SCO's and in

: ing hundreds more, and for two reasons: a revolutionary new the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a car with

JECTOR cuts glare, Magnetic suspension system and added road-hugging weight. total performance-the best combination of strength,balance,

reflect ions-Dark Safety Beer It took ten million dollars to develop the new Ford ride.We precision control,braking power and road-clinging suspension

safety window removes designed a revolutionary new suspension system for the '63could roD up so many wins.

., for cleaning MODEL U-10 Ford.Where ordinary suspensions move only up and down to Before you buy any new car,test-drive a Super Torque Ford.

absorb road shock the Ford suspension moves backward as If you havent driven one lately,you can't really know what a

RANGES welL In this double-action suspension system, coil springs up' new Ford Is Eke Make this important discovery-if it's butt

front and leaf springs in the rear combine to give you firmness by Ford if* bait for performance.. .total_performance..

.: i in. cornering,and a special smoothness over tfte road.
$289 -- .We''xided es bt/rtrenglh. ad.rtafeg. >y>The new Ford Is

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... 1MlMwfPLUS. frame and body. And, as yew know, this added weifht HI q t1 rtes TI,= IE

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