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'Fanuly Farm"" .. New Regulations: "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It*** ,

Worth Preserving Forbid DisturbingLeaf I f ,"

Says 'Secretary InspectorNew

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TfeevAg suction. .ov r;wfeetfeer tfee
family Ttera.._ or tbef arge-scale; cure this'year all 'over: the fil':1: -cuTed .".
poete 1 lam:will,win th battle for tobacco area .new remotionsMarketing T : '
survival as"the dominant fotn'of' Service says wilt help to i

agricultural production ignores the improve the.inspection trf.tobacoJ? ;

facts as they exist today,.Secretary Here--areAsome points which'you 11 ''
ofAgricultur: Or'iUe L.;: Freeman should'know about these newt'regu' ONE WEEK OFF tITiiE \

recently told a Congressional Com lations. First: of all is the one which ri -

mittee. prevents anyon? ,except ,for .the COUNTY j r
"instead of", wasting away" he producer or owner of the tobacco
said the family, f arpi Is a growing from asking any questions of a
dynamic force In 'agricultural' j tobacco Iiu ct r. This is being .

production. It has kePt ,pace fully J done to insure that'no: -one will Interfere
with the vast )}creases in efficiency 'with an-inspector of distract [ YOU'VE BEEN READING ABOUT IT!

made by agriculture as awtole. ] I him from his ajl-lmportant job ofgrading : NOW GET SET FOR ACTION!
) As a result, food prices are tobacco. The new
at 7:30
the:lowest in, relation' to consumer regulation specifically statesJftiata. L* p .y ;Yh p.m.-

income in history: The' average producer of. of a"lot 'oftobacco .
American family dso'b Jrabout owner Beauty Contest featuring the lovliest young ladiesof

19:percent of its take-home'pay for I may ask an inspector.any the county. Don't miss it!
question about the grade dventobacco. hit t .4
be f f MPENIN(1
ever 1
food and eats better"than 4
fore. i ALL DAY SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th- .

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'.However. ICW.f prices-and : Other new regulations deal with --- : Ride the bucking broncho if you dare! \
the family 'farm-coU1d both be tobacco bAY' tobacco market ,opened last Merchants Invited
the spacing of ,tobacco Jasper's I
lot if the family farm is driven. warehous'es. 'deal Primarilywith I Ride the old fire truck and blow the siren!II! _
and so ; Thursday. alone with the rest of the Florida-Georgia Bell, and
forces outside I ? To
out of existence overwhelming by i warehousemen, These,'_regulations un.,the,rest,of the.bell it was a slow, lazy kind off opening, not In .See if you can dump someone in the tank.of water
of J farming-by
I ,provide for a. minimum .usual:vlgorcvs,,exciting event it usually J*.. Tobacco was scare*' '.,1"
parity of bargaining power of suppliers WarehousesBoth Pony rides for the children!
and customers of farmers space of 18 inches between, rows, ajwl'pf very pop?,quality.- The picture above was taken at Reyn ,
by vertical integration of farm production and 24 inches at the.'eJX1 of the row 1olda'.Big Top in,Ja tper bleb had the first sale U& yr. .The J Chandler's and Reynold's Cake Walk ;

with food processing or between ,the ,last ,basket. and the .picture was. repeated in the afternoon however at, Chandler's I i Big Top warehouses have suggest .Pass the football! :
distribution, or both; by contractor wan. Warehouse. Complete.figures on the Jasper market date are ed that the merchants of the county 1

captive farming: or even by an I These regulations printed on inside page of this issue. Over, the enihe:belt, prices put up signs in their warehousefor Catch the greased hog .
generally con- <
imposed, incapacity to fit the efficiently cern proceedures already-being and quality have been lowest in years, but the market Is now advertising purposes. .Food and drink aplenty S :
-- produced output of smallfarms followed most warehouses in .taking on its .usual air of excitement as the scales''get ,behind Those merchants'1nterested! in it

__._" into the, narrow requirements 1 the flue-cured:by area' They as .designed in rush hours and occasionally; a line forms of pickups, and doing. so, please contact Billy AND ON SATURDAY NITE A LITTLE COUNTRY
, of big processing and"Without dsstributing -!I merely& arrive at conformity :trucks piled high with neatly sheeted tobacco.Q.....' Is getting Burch., chairman of Merchant's MUSIC AND DANCING IN THE STREET! .
companies. of the Chamber of Com "
!: | among all marflets so that I ,, much better also and many piles are going for fee'680 top.L
strong farm bargaining 1 merce.
II! I to offset these growling forces,I inspection can be performed as Sponsored by Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce.

W i both the family farmer and the j rapidly as possible- I' To Criticize!. Whom? When? Why? WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU!
F American consumer are threatened
The Ser-
I Agricultural Marketing
By John T. Miller
I t The labeling of a "family farm"as vice which through its Tobacco :.0 ?

one with "40{ acres anda mule"or i Division performs' tobacco inspec- Man is a most highly complex his seductive approach through tr ictive suggestions making for .
"with a homestead of 160 acres" I tion services, says'the new regu- organism composed of many sep- physical appearance, vanity and Improvement. Such criticism usually BEAUTY PAGEANT AUGUST.9

. I is now archaic the Secretary pointed lations will aid the service m donga arate and distinct parts. The var- pride and ma nfett;: into the quag. stems from volonarable
, out. The family farm of today, more efficient job for the flue- ious parts are intricately organizedand mire of sin through"the act of dis- sources and seeks to compensate COUNTY FUN DAY AUGUST 10
he said "can be and is l big or little cured tobacco industry. minutely adjusted to give obedience to God's* rder. Man thus I far personal ineffiency.. "People
in terms of acres, capital invest- unity and purposeful' reaction to proved himself unfit,tQtlive lI.g \_the, who houses should:not. ItXJust: : Around the Comer! You-won't want to rates the.;12am*
l ment or dollars of output. The dis- ., impressions _releived. Under wwormaT -*... erdett'I fi r hf p with throw stones" contains wisdom for iKon County Beauty Pageant Friday evening August 9th. at 7:30 p.m.
_.., t ng..teatuz'e I oftk..amity Donf.Forgetr-! --- condition the human organism -' his Creator, and was driven out of nondescript judges and critics oft and the Hamilton County Fun Day, all day Saturday, with !Square;
:. -'farm Is"the Incentive that owner- is potentially capable of functioning the Garden to toil and wander over the acts of other people. Dancing Saturday evening August 10th, in Jasper City PatC) > J
ship and management of a farming Aug. 5. JenningsCom. in a variety of situations the face of the earth I The: motive back of every act ofi big event is being sponsored by the Hamilton County CTfaavThe -

:, operation vested in the farm family with increasing efficiency and After man passed through various i criticism should be carefully ex- ber of Commerce. ,
I that provides most of the work. Club Meeting effectiveness. The response to stages of growth and develop- ,lainped This procedure is desirablefor The "Miss Hamilton County" Applicants and their sponsors, to I
"Since the members of the stimulation may be either voluntary ment of potential possibilities all those involved in the act. date, are: ;
I average fann family provide Do ti now! Tie a string around or involuntary. In either case after many enlarged and extended Criticism when carefully scrutin- Marsha-Braswel} sponsored; .by Jasper. Lions Qub, ..
1.5 man-years of their own your finger! Write it on your date however the principle of causation experiences he began to exercisehis zied is often found to spring from Ann Camp SponsorecTby Jasper Garden O b'" "'

labor, on the farm we classify all book! August 5-Date for organza.. operates with unfailing regularity. freedom more widely and give sinister motives on the part of self- Judy Small -- sponsored by the Order of the Eastern Star
t t those farms that use less than 1.5 tion of Jennings Community Cub In his maturely developed stage dad to deiate from the path of app:>inted critics. There is frequently Susan Levin sponsored by Jasper Woman's Club
man-years of hired labor as family Time 8:00 p.m. (If you can't get man is expected to assume the responsibility expression to other acts that ten- found the desire to down Elaine Selph sponsored by Big Top Tobacco Warehouse
, farms. Some of these are efficient there by eight, come when you for the results of his ethical conduct and righteous liv- grade the acts of others or to other Bobbie Jean Hayes sponsored by Dedge-Duke I\irnftUre CsmpanyDianne
and profitable some are not. Some can) Place: Jennings High SchooL. behaving-a fact that should .pro- ing-the purpose o finis article wise call their motives into ques- Carter sponsored by Jasper Kiwanis Club
f have adequate capital, some'do not Purpose: Organize a community voke reflective thinking however, si not to make an inven- tion implying through innuendo the Sharon Howell sponsored by W. R. Tuten Grocery .
Some 'are well managed and adequately club to promote moral spiritual In the beginning the inspired tory of man's transgressions from .practice of unserupulus tactics: :Theresa' Jane Taylor sponsored by Chandler's Tobacco Warehouse
not. the path of goodness and and personal Judith Elaine Stormant sponsored by Adams Bros.
financed some are cultural an deconomic growth of writer tells us that man was madein greatness Prejudice, jealousy, Grocery .
But they are all family farms the community.Who the image of his Creator. He but rather to focus attention upon[grievanceces are often found back Teddy Bates sponsored by Spur Service Station
and we classify them as such as should come? Everyone interested therefore lived temporally in a one other trait of man's nature in .of criticism designed to inflict pun Linda Hurst sponsored by Jasper P. T. A.Donna .

long as they hire less than 1.5 man in any or all of the above state of innocence, he had peaceof addition of disobedience trait ishment or damage one's reputation Collum sponsored by the Order of the Eastern Star XJL, .
years of labor. objectives. mind and enjoyed intimate fel- that can become destructive and and good name. Eileen Carter sponsored! by Stephen Foster Music Cub

"Inherent in this family farm lowship with his maker. He livedIn unpardonable in its agrivated sta-J I Another practice commonly observed Be on hand Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock to cheer your,favorite. .
concept is the spirit of enterprisethat the Paradise of God in primitive ges.The J is embodied in the hourly "Queen" to victory!f "
cares for and conserves the efficient producer of agricultural trait referred to in the aboveis ,Proverb: "The pot calling the
conditions, without the arts and ??
land; carries with it the ambition products in terms of current scientific crafts that characterize the condi- that of Criticism-unwarranted kettle black'-"Ibis needs no elaboration
to science and technology' destruction and malicious criticism Its meaning .r
apply technological and manage- tions of modern living. He howeverwas or interpretation. S
\ ,because of the rewards of improved ment practices." a candidate for immorality This is not intended as an indic- ; while expressed in figurative
efficiency; it implies a desire of ment Criticism as such far from language is unmistakably clear.Examples .-
I the tanner. to invest in and Im- Figures presented in the Secre fore bedience.We his fall through the sin'of diSo- it. The reference to that type are numerous.In @ 1 1 ic1obPs
1 prove his community where so tary's testimony showed that in -criticism given by those unqualified this concluding paragraph
( t much of his family's life is center 1959, the year of the last farm census are also told that man was both by training and personal please allow the writer to quote the S
ed. almost 96 percent of the 'na- made "free" that he was endowed disposition Criticism when warranted following statement which sum 8
I i: :"I believe the system tion's total 3.7 million farms were with the capacity to exercise and motivated by constructive marizes in brief the substance of
is worth preserving because it "family farms," which accounted choice when faced with conflicting purposes is the keystone to individual this article. "There is so much bad
I :\ has social worth as well as economic for more than 70 percent of 'an values. This priviledge and oppor- improvement and the touch- in.the best of us and so much goodin

I value.. But if we are realistic. farm commodity,marketing, valu tunity to choose plus his weak stone of Community progress. the worst of us that it doesn't behoove 3Yasere Lt961
wtmust! recognize that the familyfarm" ted at 1959 prices received by far- inhibitive! power: constitute the be-1 i I The type of criticism denounced any of us to talk about the h'-"- i

will continue only if it is an ginning stages of man's fall and here is commonly regarded as'des- rest of us.
1 the ,world's greatest .tragedy. tructve. It is unjustly! and improperly As a matter of fact only God sits FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS creation of the Confederacy as a

God issued; warning to man whilein motivated and is often given high enough up to pass judgement AGO permanent respite from tf10 sec )
THE AMERICAN WAY \ the Garden not to partake of cer by those unqualified to pass valid worn the motives and conduct of tional controversies' wMelr"had
tain fnrit.The tempter came with judgement or offer objective cons- mankind. think it over! I August 3, =- In a letter to Governor plagued the people of the IJWted
.. t Miltorv. Dr. Thomas M., Palmer States prior to 1630. When semfcer .

,, reports that there are now a hun- reflection replaced the early elation
\' A" REUC FROM TH6 PlREHf5fOiCIC PAST' ,- p-1 dred patients in the Florida Hospital over secession. Floridfams at

HE I in Richmond with room enoughto first maintaiined their faith in the
I If.1 fUR I tIOSIP I accommodate as many more !ultimate triumph of the Confederate : -
t REGULATIONS JUST wi .+ ';+ "OHG The wounded from the Battle ofGettysburg [ cause. However avian ..,..
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INTERFERE WITH t It GAR are coming in slowly; [ale rapUdIY.det iorMed as ,fIl-:
omy 12 or 13 privates and no officers j emmental services became d -

are being treated. The Confed cated casualty lists increased in
erat government has notified Dr i(length, and the effect of the block. I
? RIVERS Palmer that it fur- '
7 _. can no longer ade became more severe.
,. .;. nish coffee execept for the very
GAR GEN 2ALLY Names of Hamilton County men
FI.OftII'A' worse cases. Dr. Palmer thinks I
.' who fought in the included
ti ; m PREFER CALM N TEZe that coffee Is "almost indispensible :
Jerry B. Taylor Lewis I
0t s AtW HUMfJIiRS orTHEMME i for: the sick", and he asks Milton Taylor ; -
,. Daniel D. Green J. Dariel
-' : to purchase a few sacks of
cFTal o65EltYEp M9F11i6gtallL7Lc i
Green '
Ely Knight, Dock Math
{ ACT THE St1RFACEAdi. I coffee plus sugar and syrup, and Math Mathis, Capt Charles F.
forward it to Richmond. Palmer
.J { OP -7HB WftTEK TH6VEAT :'says "three pounds of coffee and Cone, 1st Lt.; Wfley Lee Jake Good ;
\ { fl5 ES LARVAE OF' I bread, Capt. Spencer, John H. Lee
SCALES OF THONG __ ARE I six pounds of sugar one
U4KP AND 1'4M4M* .JNSJC15 ANP CWwri3H :pint each for 100 men but by ad- John F. Smith Sr., Robert Paine
f Capt. Stewart Haana
Capt. J E. I
.S SHAPED WrTH HI E"'A'" fIfU'JtVrtJ! LTNI.RE I ing a little rye or wheat and a little Dr. McGinnis, Judge Watson Dr.
5r. ,more sugar this quantity could
.coATIHB Rice Dr. Ancrum John
; Hogans,
give them coffee twice a day so
James H. Lee. John Lee, Judge D.
that 100 men would use about 100
B. Johnson, Mr. Roberts Mr. Che
pound of coffee and 300 pounds< of
shire. John E. TttteB, Capt Johri
sugar a month. Syrup is used in 1
Hately, Mr. Frink Mr. Turner.
the proportion: of two quarts for
I Two Zipperers Mr. Smith, Josh
.tllf every 100 men per day this is
!ordinarily enough but: as there is Lee. Dr. Staten Dan Gfitts Lee"t
!a general scorbutic taint in almost Ben Holmes Dr. Marion Josh

Tlh: JIow( C' every man in the army, double Hunter, Mr. Mitchefi. Richard Hunter I
r I that quantity could be advantageously two Cheshire, Mr. Bryan, Mr. f
-d *Biu.'QIt iw v used. Sugar and syrup are Bro ward. Augustus Hteton I =.!
--\o.: .. ff.oRI Afl both anti-coris4ics." :D.R Johnson: J. K. Soaff.W. H. I
1'fibi! gt1r101 T teucellent
,= Free Competition: The World'sBeat .. ..z I To" ;most Ferns secession McLeod,N. S. Ha& C N. Crews,

L; "R seemed;tegal.logical;and justified.Themajority Coatlcagd. oa Pat* 2)'t
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f PAGE TWO: ,::_, THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER : FLORIDA. ,. ; Friday August 2, 1963 i

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husband, Bradford ,to Tampa :'N' .. ".. .- : .
r Notice ,of Public Hearing- .1 Friday where he joins hls-outfit : "
.: I tt @ li bound. for service in Viet Nam. ,: '
Proud To
-? -*--iij We Are Honor
:::1 a ObIzSr (I) correct the spelling; of.Camp

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes, : !in""N. C. -Camp Le Jeune -insteadof :
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notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the county I ..- LaJune.

Board of Public Instruction of Hamilton Counr ? *lorida, on Tuesday, I '. _. .. I
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August 6. 1963 at the hour of 11:00 o'clock a.m. in the office of the ; 1 \ l The party Rev.""and Mrs. Henley

Superintendent of PUblic Instruction for the purpose of discussing with 'Barton C. S. Ellis. H. A. Lashley, gave for the ministerial set was \ 1 .
the citizens of the County the proposed school budget of said C.unty'.for Ii I|P. V. Dixon J. W. Adams N. B. i not in a garage but in: Airs. Delia a k $

I the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1963 and ending June 30. 1964, which Fletcher G. P. Arnold, J. ;J. Hew- Peeples "Cook out" house well .
budget is summarized follows i ,,itt, Jeremiah .Johns, O.:JV. Bailey, equipped of informal entertainingHad ,' ... ,
BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS 1 JT. N. Bell, W. H. Barter Jordan it been tho in a garage it I

A. Balances on Hand at Beginning of Year: I I still would have been a nice affair. .

1. State Funds ..........-..................................? 6148.00 1 Dan-iels, "
2. County Funds' ..............................-......... 3924.00 C. N. Fletcher John A. Griffis, J. The W. SI. C. 'S.: of Jasper M etho- y v f
3. SBE Bond Investments ........-..................... 37672.00 I S. Marlow T. J. McKiethan, W. D. dist will meet Monday afternoon yo

.' 4. Earmarked Funds ...................;................. 55,024.00 i[Wilson Berrien Rainey, Mooses,August 5 at 3:30 at the Educational
''Foose. E. C. Home Thomas Building Mrs. Ponce SancBin' will

TOTAL .._ ....... .......... ,.,... 102 1GreeneLevyyH. Herndon, C. C. ent.the ptpiILm.ll .1adi es of
,.., \< ; i t p A
,B: AJ1tidpatecf'R { lPts _'> Crews X*CfflHJames: Carter.a&C': the church are"invit d. 't !
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1. State Sources ....................:a.LJ.: .....;:....- '706697.00 ,['Miller J. E. Hanna W. B. Richardaon. -I .. 11;. ..
2. County and District Taxes .....:a:.................. 79496.00 : : R. A. Knowles. B. M. Dees The Jasper Garden Club is sell

3. Other Sources ....,.................................. 750.00)) J. S. Frink. J. M. Caldwell R. L. ing day lilies. This is a good oppor- ,
1 W. J. Simmons Henry J. Steward tunity to get some very fine varie x 4

TOTAL ............................. ..... 786,943.00C. I Henry McGhin W. W.. Blair ties. Price is $2.50 per dozen. Con- i. ...
; .* "; T. J. R. H. Willis, EL X I
Proposed Expenditures ; ; Bryan, tact any Garden Club member.In "'
9 .;.;'1::AdminiStration ..-.,'.;..::"'.:,.-:::::.'..........n.;;,:. 19,87300 ; Wood Thomas Baker L S. Mc- MaybeBe, Blacks, back yardbe ; .. ;

: a Instruction >-..;....;-*=.,....................'.. ?"?.'?... 569817.00 Call J. B. McLeotf Robert Raw- side the tiny lake is a huge bed
3. Operation of Plant ."....;.;...:::..........\.-.*.."! *...*. 45,095.00 lings, Chas F. Cone, Judge ;J. P. of ginger lilies'scenting the air. ._";0' MRS. WALTER HAVENERla '

._4., Maintenance of Plant'' ,..:.m!;..v......:...::::: ... 10169.00 Parnell, Capt. Adams. .-. .'. -
5. Auxiliary Services ....t"4.......................rrl. _- ....' ,f- 54200.00 John G. Purviance, John Frinfc, Johnny and Evelyn Adicks and February of this year, Mrs. Havener blissfully announced that she planned to Ito
t.6. Fixed Charges ...........:................1ta::. 10433.00!Bill Frink.Sol Rouse John L. Morgan son John returned from Atlantic retire at the end of the school year. Since she is a person who has endeared her

7. Non-Program School ....................../? ...... : 500.00 Handen Cheshire, Nat Taylor :City and Washington D. C.'Johnny so many people, we feel she deserves this special recognition.Mrs. .

'. Capital Outlay ................................;I.....:! 1000.00 Russell Bullock. John Bullock Gabriel (president of Live Oak Kiwanis was Walter Havener was born in Fairbanks (Alachua County), Florida. Her
9. Debt Service ...................:........:...?";.t.74,752.00 I Hall William Bullock Wes a delegate to the convention in At- parents were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant McCalL She completed: the first eight years of her
10. Junior College Remittance ...,:............fftlILReserves .:'. 3585.00 I{.Hall, Owen Perry, Marshall Nunn, I I lantic City. Young John especially school life in Jennings, after which she attended school at Wildwood and Florida Southern

and Balances- ....................StKl .. .. 100587.00 ,Isaac Shiver, J. A. Shiver. Zach enjoyed Washington: D. C. a boarding school, at Palm Harbor Florida. Her A.B. degree was received from
Shiver. for Women where she active in school activities aid
V ;, Shiver, George Florida State College was very

r TOTAL .................:....'.,:.:...........;:J'i.,,r'.. 889.71LOO. 1 Billy Hunter, Ed Hunter, A. Misses Virginia. .Milton. and Josie was an honor student. She received her M-A. degree from the University of Florida
I BUDGET FOR DISTRICT BOND CONSTRUCTION FUNDA. Byrd, V. Byrd Joe Taylor Wat Hewitt have been to Tarpon and her M.A.Ed. degree-from Florida Southern.V .
.'.'. Elec Mr. Walter Robert Havener Clearwater businessman.
*' Taylor Jim Taylor, Taylor She was married to a
Anticipated Receipts Springs visiting Mr. and Mrs:
L Proceeds from Section 237.27 Loan ......:"t.M,,.. 8,700.00 Dave Cheshire.Dr. I Charles Davis recently, of Jasper. When he retired they moved to Hickory ,Bottom Farm. :Mr.. Havener was killed in an
: William Lewis Peeples, Henry automobile accident in 1960. ;
B. ':.
Proposed Expenditures : TljVC' Returning they stopped to see :Mr.
.) Avriett, Nelson Hillhouse, John I Mrs. Havener has taught high school English in Clearwater Palm Harbor, Lake
1- New Chassis and mounting bodies..1. : :: : /k.i'... 8,700 JDeShazo who J is, a patient in a
TILLAGES TO BE LEVIED '' jf Steel Randall McDonald Mr. Sills, ,Tampa hospitaL<*"*" Park, Georgia, and has been on the faculty at Jennings for the past six years.
Charles M. Mitchell John Crews, j Since her return to Hamilton County. she has been active in the Methodist Church,
The miUage to be levied on the 1963 assessment roll to producethe i. .
Palmer McLeod.. the Garden Club Girl Scouts F.EA., N.E.A., and Adult Education work. She is a
necessary revenues for those budgets for the ensuing year are Last week bit and Mrs. Bill .
A. County Support and Maintenance Fund .............. 10 millsB. The list above also carries many Adicks enjoyed having their daugh tireless worker and is always willing to fend a "helping hand." .

District No. 1 Current Levy ..'.............. ..... ....10 mills notes about some of the persons, ters and the grand children home She likes: people, dogs, her red Chrysler, her sister Inez her grandchildren,
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget including where buried or where for several days. There were Jane and "doing for others."
summarized above are on file and are available for public inspection at killed, but these could! not be prin- Mrs. Tom Cumby and children, She dislikes: noises, naughty jokes, and people'who do not" take part in.civic at..
ted here.
the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and will be avail- Tom and Bill and little daughters fairs.
able for such public hearing together with all supporting statementsand We are grateful to Col. Russel Susan Kepi of Quincy and (Wimpy) by Virgie HymanThe
Frink for the ,privilege of reprinting -
information. Mrs. Tom Meeks and daughters Jennings Seniors honored Mrs. Maud Havener her retirement from the
.mation. .. his Memorial Address of 1939 'Kathy and Janet'of Jacksonville. Jennings faculty by dedicating a page of their annual to her. The above is a copy of
I which appeared in three install
All interested persons are cordially invited to participate in this .-'* the contents of that page. Mrs. Havener has endeared herself to many throughout the
in three issues of
f. public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget for this ments the Jasper the News.past We conclud- Mrs. Cephus Gilbert of Miami county: so we thought it only fitting] to honor her by this little item although we sin
r.. county for the ensuing year are stopped over for a short 'viSit last cerely hope she isn't planning to retire from all her other activities. We know she isn't.
ing the series with this list of
{ BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Friday with Mrs. Kate Adicks. The Ruth DeVane made the presentation. She said in part-"We would show our
known Confederate Veterans buri-
.I HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA 1 Evergreen. late Mr. C. Gilbert was once with deepest appreciation and many thanks for being so patient kind, and helpful
Harry T. Reid Superintendent led III (the bank in Jasper and will unremembered throughout your years here. We shall never forget you and the many things you have

Miss Cindy Chandler is in St. here.* '. helped us with. Especially jyill we remember. all the parties and get-togethers you

have given us.
Vincents hospital Jacksonville.She t
So\wal nnths ago we noted the We hope your retirement will not draw you away entirely. This page is only a
Ife the UNITY1 it iho COMMUNITY returned from her Europeantrip
birthday of Isaiah Sprolden one of small part of that which you richly deserve..
that GET'S the JOB DQNl J Wednesday. July* .24 I the best of the negro race in our "Since you announced your retirement only a few days before the annual went

Harold and Anna Marcus Evansof town. But Isaiah grew feeble and I 'to press as a tribute to you for having been such a wonderful person and a fine teache-

i ; . ., -, '' Veto Beach visited their sister. old and unable to work. He died we have placed in our annual, on your behalf a special' page featuring you; a brief
1 Mrs. George Smith last week. last week atone at his home. He I review of your life and your many interests and hobb es. .

These young people are well loved i was 83 years oltp4>orn in'Colunv 'Since you are plannir to,retire we.feel that.this is.the very least that we cAn
.r OFFICE in Jasper. ,bia County but lived in Hamilton do to show our many thanks to you for being so patientr' 'kind and helpful through- J
( CHAIRS l many years. He was respected by cut your years here. We shall never forget you and all of the many things you have
Joyce Wells drove her airman: both races-honest, hard working! helped us with in school and especially will we remember all the parties atA 'get-to

,an dtcndin: to his own trisiness. He gethers that you have given for us. We hope that your retirement will not draw. you

, Armchair Plain will be buried next Sunday at FriI entirely away from us. You will be missed greatly by everyone.
or JUST ARRIVED! I end hip Cemetery after a funeral I "This page in the annual is only a small particle of that which you so richly deserve -
Suitable for Business or Home Office service. I for being such an outstanding person."

One by cne we live and die. It is
Excellent I.inevitable. It is how we live. L________________________.._______________________________________________________.
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$31.50r Jasper folks will miss the kindly -
: Presbyterian membership either. northward. V Van Hoose 1133 Alachua Ave. Tallahassee .
told haired
Quality From man.
grey .
.--.- Folks from all walks were at bit- or me here In Jasper.
: = I Mrs. Florence* eft* =Sunday for solmn. They have made friends Mr .and Mrs. Bob Burch and . I
r friends folks. six interesting children of Columbia
and special
Tampa where' she will visit her are very : Gail Adieks and Nancy MeGhin
'" !daughter Mrs. Bowyer the remaining Sunday evening at 7 o'clock the S. C. are visiting Mrs. Green' returned last week from Camp
t J18PIDl ,,,.. days of the summer session of Presbyterian membersnip gave a Burch In Live Oak. Bob and Kather Montgomery. The Presbyterian

THE NEWS S. Florida University. Mrs. Bowyerframe supper in their honor. There were ine Prather came over Friday after Camp near Keystone where they
to her lots of folks there and the feast ;noon to greet some of Bob's Jasper' had spent a week.
Friday accompany
-, r I ] --r"1: _' '. ,. ._ .back. was spread in the large air condi :friends. Bob is a Jasper boy. .I Ii Cs.

*.4. tioned supper com. The church i I He is with a bank in Columbia S. t Mrs. Raymond Henderson and

DIKECTLY ON I 1 I Mrs. M. A. 'Lewis and Miss Thel- Elders and Rev. and Mrs. Montgomery C. He and the family are on vaca- daughters, Phyllis, Clair, and :Mary ;

THE OCEAN KttBADAYtQNA |ma Lewis spent Sunday in Tallahassee sat at a special table. Finally i'tion. I II iI iI K. visited their parents, Mr.
with the Roy Grahamss. Kayo McGhin spokesmanmade I II i ij and Mrs. Jules Gibbs last week.
1'r .
L09.*t and Finn HM*** tot Color TV Loung Betty Sue and Albert Sabin Jr. a speech of appreciation and I Katherine and Johnny Van Hoose I }
'Fira* Golf Restaurant Cocktail Loung Planted, were there-home from their wedding friendship: Concluding he passed a of Tallahassee were In town Sunday With .a little imagination one
I entertainment Deluxe Rooms and Bflclenetes r K I trip to Mexico. check of a large amount to Mr. Ed. I checking on some stone work I can take the breakfast tray to the
as out at Eevrgreen. porch early in the morning and seta
'/ Bflclencle* Grot* $63 per wk.. a .parting gift. STYLEDto Mrs. R. C. Joyner of Lakeland This crowd seemed reluctant to Katherine is active in U. D. C. pretty good duplicate of morn

., $ your Travel Agent or write .d Florida visited here Monday and go home. ,In fact a second,try was work in Tallahassee where there I ing in the mountains.. .

4 KOKRTCORDESMgr, make you Tuesday of last week' made. are two chapters. She too is Interested
,' rtten* Many friends did not get to in markers for Confederate f, Sunday., July 28. Prof and Mrs. ,
It I CL 2-0431 proud to own it! see her and it' is hoped that she We enjoyed a little visit from Veterans',graves as are several our M. ll Powell and Marvin and Judy
If t and Brothers Joyner will return Katherine and Johnny Van Hoose went ta the Smith-Robinson family
us. These markers are furnished j
f soon again. Sunday afternoon. There was muchto J reunion at Little Oonmulga State
free by the"Memorial Division
f ''talk abfeut.:; They have two Park near McRae Georgia. Mar-
Ed: and June Montgomery and daughters both artists. Chief of Support Services Head *! Smith went as Judy's guest.
boys left this Thursday for their quarters, Dept of the Army Wash-'garet .

new home in Orange Park Mr. and :Mrs. J .A. Vita of Tam- ington D. C. The seminar of Contemporary

I There was just a little holding pa and their mother Mrs. Ollie If you have a grave o fa veteran !Ideas and Ideals held at F.S.U.

r back from good byes-no one want Boone left early in the week for a unmarked by a war placque and I II 'last week to 15 isvtted: alumni was I
ed to say them and not just the vacation. First they go to Sealey are interested contact.-Virginia'I
I S)1a --- Springs Alabama then to places I Bell White Springs. Mrs. Johnny 1 1 (Continued wn Pace 6)
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nAGEFOUR. THE. JASPER_ NEWS:: JASPER... FLORIDA. ___ Friday August 2.1963
> However, when this is done some whereas'we had 80 seniors to grad- Gainesville High School 349 graduates -'too badly:** 4 / ,.
FIGURES SHOW SMALL PERCENTOF very interesting and challengingfacts uate in 1962 we only had 48 to grad! -270 entering college, :Mel'|I, State wide .thek*percentage' at' I
come to light as we willseek uate in 1963. Going: bade to year I I bourne High School 474 graduates white graduated entering college is .
COUNTY GRADS GO TO COLLEGE 1 1I to show from a study of this report. 1.962-th were only 789 grad-;'292 entering college, Robert E. Lee 47J26. The percentage spread goes; Pianos Organs '"
Since we are at this time primarily uates in all the school of the state r Jacksonville, 554 graduates 268 I an the way from 3.70 in Liberty to j COLONIAL
interested in the advantages of a that had graduating classes of 25 .entering, college, Pensacola High 77.08 in Lee County. The following j
consolidated school program for or less. This was 2.1190 of the total I School 4S6 graduates 312 entering''counties' send less than 25% of the HOUSE OF MUSIC :j//
I .You and Your School. '. 1 Hamilton County, we will use only number I i of graduates. Of this group I,college north Miami 696 graduates 1 white high school senior to college. j I"
I by M L PowellWe that part of the data that dealswith ''less than 200 entered any college. 443 entering college. "'"Pixie, Gilchrist.. Glades Franklin,1 NEW, USED AND
the ,predominately all white I We do not have the statistics on i! Now we have not given these sta-:(Holmes Lafayette, and Waukula; j KEMAXUFACTUREDPIANOS .
also schools of Florida for I :while these counties send more'
The report public high of
have how of this dropped tistics to'show the advantages i i iI
just recently an' many group
shows the number the year 1962. i rut i of college because of improper I exceedingly large high schools. In(:!'than 60% o ftheir graduates to No Down Payment. Up to
of the Research
analytical study college: Alachua, Flager, Lee St.
of students
P<<": In 1962 there were 226..predominately -foundation but our educated I fact, we really believeth schools j| 3 years to pay
Report no. 26 published by the Florida Johns and Leon.
all white senior public high'
guess is that is was disproportionately -I can be too large as'wen as too Call Collect and our display -
State.Department of Public Instruc :t- Junior & Senior schools in Florida that graduated I' Hamilton County sent 32.500/0 of
high. 1 small. With all the high truck will bring it to
< ';f public and prl- a total of 37,368 seniors. Of this .its graduates to college. There
tion of Tallahassee. This publication

| There areera1 individual high'students in Hamilton County combined your front door.
4, 'fvate colleges, out number 17,658 or 47.26% of whom i were 20 counties that sent less per
schools fthe state that have a we will still have a relatively -
is a statistical report on the o I t of their students to college .1188 N. Patterson
11 of state colleges went on to'college. For' the samecal larger graduating class than all the II small high school and it is not centage
number of high school graduates ,and 46 hat; sent more. There is an ......
g i and tedmi ]t year Hamilton County graWatedi combined: small high schools of likely to grow too large in the; in1 Valdosta Ph- "" -29M
from every school in the state but schools fo re i 80, seniors, 26 or 32.50% of whom these state put together. Each of foreseeable future. It will also be i I Hamilton indication here that the interested people in y
two, a total for each county and I school and county went on to college. It is interesting these same schools send more of quite interesting to look at the County as
their children
the state broken down into pre- of the stat., to note that 14 these entered their graduates to college than doan percentage of high school gradU- high school education receiving and that a good they I
Statistical information of this sort [our nearby Junior College at MadS- the combined small high ates going, to college from certain '
dominantely all white and 'all : DOES YOUR BUSINESS
this foundation
want them to build upon -
is useless and meaningless unless ''schools of the together. selected counties of the state. In
colored schools for th year 1962. ;son.It state'put ([ by continuing their training, LETTERHEAD MAKE
studied and analyzed. is also interesting to not that Let's look at one or two examples- this respect Hamilton County is not
.either in college or some technical r
'or"' vocational school. It also seems 1DHllE)
to indicate that the people in this
I county would like to see their RIGHT :
children have the best possible '
: 1. s4 F 4 I high school that they could afford 1rolT1i'W1i) ?
for them and that they will not be t A01\1\ 1
& .deterred from doing this by a small : 1 I I/ .-..
i :
t group of misinformed narrow- t J 1t.ET *?
'. minded self-centered and ,. -,
... preju- -
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: ments at random without any basis I i
in fact. "-

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"Quality First" > MEN and BOYS n..beuerpper;
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8 "' Mitchel spend the of day.Gainesville They were arrived joilned to ASG Nominating i ? 4e Jle\u5 .

at lunch by Mrs. :Myrtle White.In I 1 ,-
8UO RStJI} the afternoon Mrs. George L. : Petitions Accepted Published Every Friday i

Smith and )rIr, and Mrs.; H. C. :The Hamilton ASC County Committee Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida 1
awn.. n..w Goolsby came an dthey: all went
Subscriptions Strictly in Advance ,
announced today that nomnating -
a. .
(Continued From Pace 2) ,Mitchels in their new home. .* .; petitions for ASC community .$3.00Jn i Hamilton County $4.00 'Outside of County I

I V .R. : committeemen will be accepted Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum .,
'= said to be most interesting. Big- I Miss Jane Pafford has returned : st the ASCS county office through' \
t name profs did an excellent job to Mercer University to continue Friday August 9. Eligible persons I j ''to Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

in Art, Literature and Science. The II I her nurses training. This is her. nominated b ypetition will be -Mr._ and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers '
i only sour note was in the subjectof second year. BRASWELL KITRON ed on the ballot to be used Plac-\\! )1

Religion and Philosophy. The I forthcoming ASC committee elecI; "The Church of Christ" 7
professor in charge was a Unitar-I l Dr. and Mrs. Warren Trotter and :Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Braswell tions. *I I ... JI
ian and he was iimmediaitely chal- children Bob and Lo-anne of PeorIa of 116 E. 17th St. Jacksonville announce The Chairman o fthe ASC County : ccqrega&n '
of Quist. RECOGNIZES the :
'I PREACHES the gospel
lenged in his statements. Illinois, arrived Thursday fora the marriage Saturday ComJhittee. M. T. Miller, explain
This report was' me visit to Mrs. Havener and Miss July 20th o ftheir daughter Lou e dthat nominating; petitions mlust No human vcreeds are followed. !{al government taught in the New
( ,by VIrgie Cone. ..'It was old home McCaU at Hickory Bottom., Mrs. Ella to Mr. John Kitron, also- of: be signed by at least scix persons I> (2 John 9-11)). |i iI Testament Phil 1:1. When qualified
I week for the class of 1930 and having Trotter is the daughter of the late Jacksonville. who are eligible to vote in the ASC I I| EMPHASIZES undenominational elders or overseers are selected
known many of them in TampaI Walter Havener. They were married in a simple committee elections. An eligible Christianity. The church of Christis and appointed. Acts 14:21-
f neither a protestant nor Catholic 23 1 Tim. 3:1-13. Titus 159. Al-
too enjoyed the session. There is always activity! at Hlcklory .. home ceremony in the home of voter is any person having interestin :
.. denomination. is not a denomin-j I when deacons
so, qualified, are-
the bride Rev' James R. Millero : a farm .-as owner, tenant or
I t I Bottom Farm- .. .,_,:,.0.::, I ation. It is the church that Jesus i first and then
p1IJo. proved appointed as
Malcolmand and who is eligible to
The little daughter of -1 1i Miss Inez McCall'am'Mrs.. Maud fthe First Baptist Temple in Jack sharecropper
I in fthe Federal built. Matt. 16:18) |I special servants, (I Tim. 3-10, 1:
Judy; Crews of St. Pete spent Havener a seated luncheon sonvflle performed the ceremony. participate any a
i last week with her grandparents : Saturday gave Ju1y.27, for Miss Deas, .. A host o ffriends and relatives of I farm programs administered by TEACHES the gospel plan of sal-1'Tim. 3:8-13, Acts 616. Each congregation

Becky and Manlon Crews in Lake !whose approaching marriage has .._ .- .p.-3.-.... ..,.... the couple- were present. the ASC county committee.Mr. vation. To be saved, a sinner must j is independent of all others -
:.',.. .., .:!-. Hear and believe the gospeL 1 Peter 513. No ties are made
I .City. Becky insists that grandchildren been announced. The color'scheme :. The former.:Miss Braswell spent I Miller pointed out that since (1)) I .
'. are the greatest blessing in } ..... the committeemen to be elected (Romans 10:17. Mark 16:16:16)) I with other congregations in any of
i for the table was in yellow and ; .' .... most of. her life in Jasper and was I
the world.] ... in (2)Repent of one's sins (Acts 17:30- ,the work but autonomy is main-
white. A salad, course was followed ; graduated from Jasper High in 1 will play an important part theagricultural
"""" Confess Jesus Quist as.tained at all times; yet we cooperate -
We genuinely welcome Dr. and by iced desserts. Favors I r .. .. .... .......;:. { 1955. She Is!employed by Air Con-i affairs, o fthe county 31)God's. (3)son (Rom. 10:9-10)). (4) Be |I by performing the same'work
,of rice. A during the coining year, persons
tiny bags
were corsage trol Produces of Jacksonville and
Mrs. James Alton Rawls Jr. and ,
; for remission of sins to according to ability.
the hostesses. : : I nominated* should be currently active -baptized the
was presented by 4 *
J Mr. Kitron employed at the
their children Cindy Lou, James, "' Christ (Acts 2:38, Gal. 3:2621Wben ,; THE CHURCH OF CHRIST cor-
% There was a surprise feature in a? .. Naval Aid Base. The young couple farmers who are best qualifiedfor enter ;
Bin and Curt They come from.St. "' committee work one enters the body of Christ fiafty invites our friends and'
community you
handkerchief shower. Only close v. -1" Jackson
Petersburg and 'living in. the .., wiQ make,their... home in .. I
f are the
,friends of Miss Deas were invited?: ville. and who will be representative of by baptism, he is entering neighbors of this vicinity to come
old Jim Corbet house. We hope. yyta. < ....'il' the various types of agriculture in church of Christ Jesus, ( Cor. 12:13; yard:: study the Bible and prove aU
soon they wfil feel so at home Mrs. Miriam Home left this ,the community. Eph.1.22. Acts 2:47. I ithings by God's word by God's authority -

they'll be like. .old-timers.. I week for Lake Wales after several !Miss-Gussye Byrd, Mrs. Wilmer I Shortly after the August 9 deadline -. WORSHIPS the Lord in Spirit andn I, Cot 3:17 Thess. 5:21.
weeks vacation here and in Atlanta. -I I Sapp and daughter :Margaret Ann I Cottonseed Oil i for accepteing nominating petitions truth,John 4:24. We (1) Observethe And whatsoever ye do In word or
Mrs. Paul Musgrove of Daytona II ASC and in deed, do all in the name of the
Mr. and Mrs... Joe Walter Sapp. the county com- Lord's supper weekly. Acts 20: I
has been visiting her sister-in-law. .' 1 Purchase Detailed [munitty committee will make such 7, 1 Cor. 11:23-27. (2) Give to the I Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God
Mrs. O. W. Norwood. She left Guests the past week of Miss DINNER PARTY :MONDAYMr. additional nominations as considered Lord as prospered, 1 Cor. 16:1-2, {I the Father through him." Since we
1 Wednesday. On the eleventh of Joan Carter were Brenau school- The program lor purchasing cotton necessary an ddesirable to complete Phfl 4:15-18. (3) Offer the fruit of {do all things in the 'name of the
August she sails for Honolulu for,mates, Miss Susan Sutzliffe of Miami and Mrs. George Sapp were seed oil ,if such''Purchases are are slates of nominees. At our lips in praises to his name thru Lord Jesus" or by his authority
an indefinite stay with her son, and Miss Sally! Bagwell of entertained Monday evening at a needed 'in' carrying out the 1963 least six eligible nominees are re- song, Eph. 5:19, prayer, and preaching 'this makes us the Church of Christ
who is in the U. S. service there. Gainesville. Georgia: dinner party at the home of Mr. 'crop cottonseed price support program quired to complete the slates and his word Heb. 13:15: Acts Whereever you find a group ofpeople
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and Mrs. Everett Browne. Mrs. is essentially the same as August 15 is the deadline for com- 20:7. Acts 2:42. doing everything: according
Guests of. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mrs. Thomas Bridges Jr. and Horace Lewis and :Mrs. John C. for the 1961 and 1962 crops, according pleting this action. Any person I WORKS according to the teach- to Christ's will and recognizing
Powell last week were Mrs J. C. Mrs. Ernest Chandler' had Sunday Camp joined Mrs. Browne in this to M. T-Miller,'Chairman, Ag- nominated by petition who is foundto ing of the New Testament. The ''Christ as the head o fthe church,
{ Smith: of Cedartown, Georgia, and dinner July, 28- in honor of the compliment to the young married ricultural Stabilization and Conser- be ineligible will promptly notified primary work of the church is to consequently there you find his
'-Mrs.: Douglas Bergsdorf and. children George .Sapps. The dinner was couple. vation County Committee. and he may appeal to the county be the "Pillar and Ground of the 'I church, (Ephesians 1:22-23. Col 1:

-,.. of Adel. ,served buffet. Besides the families -c I Prospective supply and demand I committee at any time prior to Truth" 1 Tim 3:14-15, therefore, 118.) Are you a member of the
of'the hostesses, the guests,:, It was a buffet dinner.' The din- situations for oilseed protein meal, the' deadline date for completionof the New Testament church (1) ,Lords Church We cordially invite -
'. Mrs. T. T. Law's Sunday got off were: Mr. and: Mrs. George Sapp,! ing table carried a* l color*. schemeof and fats and oils presently are I the slates of nominees. Further preaches the gospel in the assem- investigation to any claim we-
to a good start when daughter, Mr. and Mrs.: Joe Sapp and John yellow and: White Using mari- :such that prices, for cottonseed likely information on eligibility require-. bly, Acts 20:7, (2) supports preachers make .the truth has nothing to fear
"Mrs. Annette Mitchel and Miss Sapp, ""Mrs. Georgia Wetherington, I golds and white candles. Sixteen will be above the support price ments and other details o fthe ASC from the assembly collection, nothing to lose by investigation and
Iris Mitchel of Ocala and Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Bell of Alabama, enjoyed the affair.. for the coming season, the Department -1:|I elections can be obtained at the 1 Cor. 9:3-15, (3) sends to evangelists maybe much to be gained if just

1 .t_________________ _________________ J \ of Agriculture has reported. ASC county office in Jasper. in other places, PhiL 4:15- one frecious soul for which Christ
... Mrs. Howard end her sister, Prices fo rcottonseed generally I 17, 2 Cor. 11:8, and (4) perfectsand died could be brought to a knowledge -
Miss :Moore of Louisiana, the mother I were above the support price for, edifies the saints, Eph. 41116. of the truth of God render
: WE HAVE I and aunt of Mrs. Canova, arrived -the coming season the Department! DUPLICATORPAPER' The New Testament church cares obedience( and live faithful unto

this week for1 a'visit with the o Agriculture has reported. Prices for needy saints (1)) in the congregation death. Matt 7:21, Heb 5:8-9. Rev.

: ALL SIZES Sayer Canovas.. for cottonseed generally were Acts 6:1-6, 1 Tim. 5:1-16, 2:10 submitted in Christian Love
: I above support last season. How- White and Colorscall and ((2)) in other congregationswhen by Kenneth E. Thomas
f. :Mrs. Blanche Perry and Mrs. ever availability o fthe program they lack the ability Acts Evangelist, Oak Grove
OFt Othelia Bryan spent the weekend i fneeded will provide assurance THE JASPER NEWS 11:27-30, 2 Cor 8:14. Church of Christ
in Tampa visiting Mrs. Fred Pol- the of dfficulties 1.------------------. ,._ -------
against possibility ------------------------- -------------
hill the sister of the late George, ----
developing n the marketing of
t : I Perry. cottonseed during the marketing = I

FILMS I season. = = SHOP FROM
Will Farm
,I Under the announced program ? -: v *- '

.. ,, :. I Chairman Miller explains, crusher l YOUR CAR!
..,- -. ,. Storage Pav who have signed an agreement to SUlUflnnEE VfiLLEV BfllRIES
participate in the program can
"Corn producers should analyze offer cottonseed oil to the Commodity Courteous SalesladiesTo I
; -. Also Polaroid 'I I costs and prices to decide whetherorn Credit Corporation througm the
not it will be profitable to store New Orleans ASCS CommodityOffice. Serve You

;' FLASHBULBS ENLARGING 'com this fall," M. T. Miller, Chair i The cottonseed must be -0. lYE -' ;
|man, ASC County Committee, stat from the 1963 crop and must have .
; ed today. "Growers should consider been purchased at program prices ( We Produce and Process ,

::: : 24-hour Developing ,. prevailing prices at harvest or higher' from participating gin- 1- our own Milk direct from
time for corn as compared with the 11 ners or -Producers.As V ,

r[going prices after the major part announced earlier this year, FARM.STORES our own farms
t ,of the crop has been sold. Storing the support price for cottonseed for
I corn for a few months for later the coming ceason si $44 per ton

THE JASPER; NEWS I'saole,continued or for Mr.feeding Miller.usually"The pays.first" I I from basis producers grade ((100)with) for appropriate purchases I MILK A FULL DAY FRESHER

)I requirement i nstoring corn js an I differentials for purchases from j
'adequate facility in whch the corn I gunners jto reflect normal. handling I
'can be safely kept. I costs. Under the cottonseed oil program
rLAa7a7.'FiADSFARMERS I I participating crushers agree i ICE Family
Facility loans are available to,to pay not less than these support 790MILK
.,, corn producers who are participa prices to producers and participat? Size
ting in the feed grain program in
REPAIRS-We repair all types I ing ginners. I
of the
amounts up to 80 percent Gallons Only
I TV and radios .also small ap I Crushers may offer to CCC: oilseed
cost o fthe approved storage struc-
I pliances. Mannings Radio Service purchased at support prices
Ar ture. The loans are repayable in : TasteVaniPa Chocolate StrawberrySo -
'' I With the "Ice Cream ,
MONEY for farm Jasper. 192-<<21. tfc 1 or better. The Prices at which CCC: :
your opera-
font annual installments beginning
tions at reasonable cost. Terms FURNISHED APARTMENT may accept the oil are not fixed, Good and refreshing, too!
one after the loan is made.
to fit your needs. Loans up to rent, upstairs. Call 792-6331, Robert year |I forehand but would be at levels CC-
Ehlert Mobile direr loans are available up I I C deemed would enable crushers to
; 7 years. Call North Florida Production Reg.Real Estate Bro-I
75 fthe edlivered and I
percent o j
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Aver ker. tic recover from the sale of cottonseed
assemblede cost o fthe drying and
Live Oak.'Tel 362-2588 products the support price for JoMILK9
ventilatiing equipment for curing I I c
SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS the seed plus a reasonable margain :
"' ISEPTIC I Best of condition. Pric- i and drying grain. These loans are I This enables cottonseed to move
TANK and Drain FJeld'Cleaning ed to sell. Mannings Radio ServiceJasper. i repayable in three annual install to market through regular commercial
6 J. W. Darby; Jasper_ phone 792-4421 tfc ments. The interest- rate is 4 per- channels.
I Call 732-3801: tfc I centFarmer f ,
*** GOOD USED TV Installed for
'( 100.00 and up. Mannings -Radio I I interested in more information FILE GUIDES Natural FlavorAND
FOB SALE Lot .on Suwanne, Your MilklnGlass For
River at Suwannee Springs Rea- Service. 792-4421 Jasper. tic concerning these CC loans Buy
are urged to contact the ASCS "A to Z"THE
4 sonable.Inqure Robert Ehlert. Real NEEDED County office located_in Jasper. FRESHNESS
Estate Broker. 792-6331 tic
Live Oak Florida for an your

FREE LUBRICATION! .I musical needs from organs and I II. Golden Guernsey CHOCOLATE MILK
We \rffl FREE Job pianos to records and record players -
sire a Lube
; with each oil change-for a I tic ? Petersburg .' MILK DRINK

limited time only! !
RENT Won- .
% Protein
I Power Packed with
t .Firestone Tires
der Bar. Also one deep well + /2 Gal C
F i .D. lco Batteriesat pump $75. and 4 room House on f FLORIDAit % Gal. AA( 46
competitive prices! I 2 acres land $1800. Wonder Bar Jasper f4p In Glass
STATION ; Fla. A9p \ ,t In Glass

\ .. Jasper Telephone 792-2903 ,I'PORTABLE SKATING RINK FOR s fun; anytime, For Freshness and flavor Good for the kiddies Hot or cold

I SALE. Fully equipped. now operating w at Redington Beach
}t FARMS WANTED IF YOU in Jem ngs. A real bar- It's real I fun the Billows overlooking '
would like to sell I at .
your farm I c
gain. For mere information caH: Whipped
see us. We have calls for farms I Fla the Guli-FulI sized kitchen apartments, '.. 2 3S
Lee Faulkner, Pinetta, A9p completely furnished all the family.. '
every' vreek. _W. L. Bryan Re*. I MARGARINE cartons
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Close to bathing racetracks ;;;
t: Estate Broker. Phone SY : AUCTION SALE. shopping
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 Saturday August 10th.1 panat; sightseeing; golf! end fine restav- Spreads so easy and is very economical I
II rant:. Btwfrtfuily kept grounds,
the Coliseum Live Oak, Fla.
Georgia Plate Glass Co. aad whH sandy beach. Lovely '
.Store Front I'Sew 70) Durocs I 'TAY furnished apartments, For A Refreshing Treat Old .. COTTAGE CHEESEfashion .

j' e MIrrors KecllTered: 20 Bred Gilts double occupancy, from Cultured Country Style "- -

Tub Enclosures, Showers 30 Open Guts I APART T $tI to $50 I) per week, : A hot weather! special in ice box
715 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5&5 20 Boars for two. ; BUTTERMILK"STGaL for freshness.
"Barrows for fall shows *, plastic
t J VALDOSTA >r.'n141 Pf ek Yo _Uff .
Write for. .:catalog: :A ,.,1aIontotJo.oatI :: 29c
WIC 1frHe
' PIANO FOB SALE PRACTICE T. Haynes.. OBrien, Florida. I t, I rsssrraN......1I 32c.lIb.. _...._ ..__
-- UPBIGHT FOB 960 UP. RECON Henry Gab ell, FaJrfield, Fku a9c 55c
HOUSE i Vs..a1 __ -------
OF. PoBed Here ; ... w .. .. .
f R SRO, 1106 N. PATTERSON.VALDOSTA. FOR SALE Rattetered -- # J ..
TELEPHONE c8. 4i ford Brfte, 7 to 16! eaoetts old. aUoalfeood A4Bd1ow4li5ill1N9iI .

t 5006. e vaccinated. Tep quality. :8:00: ajn. to 8:00: p.m.
R. B. MeAsec. Fla. Store Hours
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I1SBD t4taYiifll0fifvEYJk1 ,
$4fc Re-
recondsti3K Alfa 7 Days Per WeekREAR
T. 'in good ........ ..... *?
?1'- werkteg enter., The Jasper News FOR SALE--304ach t electric n&c ,
p i.- UsED Automatic Washer and Dryer. AH MIll.llIIOI IMCII- : : to shop for dairy and ice cream products at your nearest Suwan

ti Sale.ELECTRIC Good condition.RANGES$40 FOR and new In origteal crates. :RoosonaMy .II:. ... v.. .. JIILeIIM nee. Valley Dairies Farm Store for freshness, flavor and low price!

. 560. Manrfngg+ RadIo Repair, Jasper priced. Hrs.Vernon WetfeeringtanTekpboae I ..... ...... ........ ..... ...... ..... ........ ....... ...... .-" ,. ,..
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NEW STUDENTS,ASKEE Burnham News I Ball- -team. To Play' WHITE SPRINGS' Market Regains Vigor As

'NEWS --, ,. !
By LOIS ZTPPEREEBAD At Jasper SundayJasper ,: : .
I, .
student who has moved tc by Mrs. Mary Collins

the county since school closed (who TASTE ..., ..... i.
..There Is indfgesMoti worse Baseball Team is returning ., Climbs Over .
was 'not in school in Hamilton no Bro.,Harry Goddard is still awayat Price 60cTEA
home: to Lakeland the ,
than that which comes from having I play on
-County last year) should register i Hamilton Seminary School;; Mr. W. B .
Field this
County Sunday
for school before August 19. The to eat your own words. ''afternoon. Feagle is doing a wonderful: ...
is invited
The public '
{ student may register at the school : to attend the game at 3:00: p.m. taking care of things at the church ,' The Tobacco Market began to look like a marketis
L attend (or the office or the Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Williams: while our minister is away, with HONORS MR. AND!
and children from Tampa A practice session is held at 3:00 Prank I expected to, starting about Tuesday of this week. The
./E' Superintendent). This Is' were up the assistance of ?fr. Wig
afternoon all interested SAP
in order that the I spending some time with their on Saturday attend and this ,gins. I MRS. GEORGE D. I t full sheets started to roll in in quantity, and the buyers
"-principals will know how man parents and grandparents, Mr. and also. Mrs. Elizabeth. S Griffin a has returned i The suburban home of Mr. and I started to fight for the individual piles like they wantedto
Williams week.
Mrs. Winston last :
-students will be in each grade. I .
>> Mrs Joseph D. Sapp was the set
to the city after being awayon I buy it. Before that ,a strange disinterest seemed to
Mrs. Isaac Shiver and daughter of monthsIt ting on July 28 for a tea honoring
vacation for a
i pervade the entire belt. ...Some 'experts'claimed the
Readiness Tests For mar-
Mrs. Maurice Lindauer arcchLLdren was good to see her back in Mr. and Mrs. George D. Sapp

Pre-School Chkfiren of Valdosta spent last church Sunday. Welcome back I whose'marriage took place July 21 I ket opened a week too early.

I Thursday and Thursday night in Elizabeth. in the First Baptist Church J.j in j i The day's average this Thursday af Chandlers in
If you would like to have your Jacksonville with their daughterand OIITUAMES e Douglas, Georgia. Mrs. Wtimer
I I to $61.57 183,020 pounds of tobacco fora
Jasper on
Edward Sapp was co-hostess.
pre-school. child given a readinesstest sister Mr. and Mrs. J -41 1 1rt
Mrs. Mae Sistrunk: bad: to make
before he starts to school Brand and family. Then Friday several trips to Jacksonville to I[ Guests were greeted by Mrs. E. : total of $112,691. The afternoon sale at Big Top was

_. please call me for an appointment. Mrs. Shiver and Mrs. Lindauer undergo surgery,_,But she has re rt S. ,Chandler Joe Walter Sapp: and: .displaying. .similar. .. tendencies as the News goesto press
-'I wU1gtvc.testa between-Augast; 5ajftd and ,children went tePalatfea. :".t! q =a;: J :" J covered nicely stiff"'ls'able'tobeout '.Mrs-Jaek VTnsonrand; ; Wil- -*- s" .11E <

August 19. Those who do not spend some time with their sot CECIL EARL BIGBIE and around again. mer Sapp asked the guests to register The J8L57 average today is sure

take the tests before Aug 19 willgiven' Viand brother Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth . 'I[ in the bride's book: kept by to bring Jasper back: to the top of Hospital News -
date take the Shiver and family. While there Cecil Earl Bigbie Sr.. 76. resident and Miss Mar- rather .
J tie a to test I Mrs. Joe W. Sapp the heap from a poor opening
M. B. Cannon spent several days
at school between August 19 and they enjoyed some fishing. of Jasper, died Thursday night ,in garet Ann Sapp. average of 44c last week. The
the Jacksonville
hospital undergoing I[
the Hamilton Memorial HospitaL .
August line was in the figures for the'.Jasper Market to
The receiving
30.Grace I Mr. and Mrs. EarL Howard of surgery and treatment tin -
: Mr. Bigbie'was a member of the
shading from date as'follows the averages
': where stocks are
Bradenton visited relatives in Ham Jasper Baptist Church aril ,a Ma his arm. He is back home and parlor i
Director of Special Services ilton County last week Mrs. Em. seems to be tng1ine. : I deep wine to lightest pink., in an for each day gradually increased I k

I ma Prather and Mrs. Minnie Put- son.Survivors ** !I elongated;. .arrangement. |entered from the 44o 59c on Wed
his wife. Mrs. Lillian
: are tapers graced nesday.I -
1 OF THANKSTo with burning 1k .
| NOTE nal of Jasper and Mr. and Mrs W. A. Saunders is in the hospital / .
Bigbie of Jasper, two sons 'the mantle. Arrangements of the Thurs '318,138 tits* 5142426Fri.
those who expressed their Bert. Zipperer. Mrs. Howard is 'Cecil E. Bigbie Jr. of Dade City in Valdosta, to undergo'surgery on same color were"Used our end tables 114,723 Ibs. $50,877 PATIENTS Df HOSPITAL NOW:
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. his eyes last week. Mrs. Saunders i I Orrie Stone Edna Musgrove.
'sympathy in so many beautiful I and Samuel IL Bigbie of Albany desk, and in the foyer. Mon. 261,804lbs. $141450
Cecil Putnal of Bradenton formally is .spending most of her time in Din'wood Morgan, J. P. Jones Er-
and practical ways during our recent Georgia; seven grandchildren: and : Mrs. Joseph Sapp received her I Tues. 312.722 Ibs. $182. 69 I
bereavement, we extend our of this county. i four great grandchildren. Valdosta to be near him. We pray,guests in a magnolia reembroidered Wed. 355,963.Ibs. $210,465 !nest Rutledge, Gettys Braswell
he will and be back
1 soon recover Guy Dedge, Livingston Wily. Colored
heartfelt thanks. Funeral services were held Saturday silk organza dress. Her corsage -
Mrs. J. E. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Parker and : at three pun. in the Jasper home. !I was cymbidium orchids. The GEORGE :D. SAPPS : Jim Kingdom and Willy Zan

and Family children of Atlanta spent last week I Baptist Church. The Rev. Sayer W.S.CS. MEETING bride appeared a beige silk organza ders.
with their mother and grandmother .'Canoga and Rev. Merrill officiated I Mrs. W. A. Saunders and Mrs. featuring a bell skirt and HONORED I DISCHARGED SINCE LAST WIt

FUTNAL FAMILY REUNIONThe Mrs. Minnie. Waters.J. :Miss Joyce ,Smith was organist Lucy Parnell are hostesses for the :short 'overblouse of the same material. DINNER t Irma Smith Rossie Morgan, My-

Putnal family reunion wilconvene I,for the service. W.s.c.s.. regular meeting to be Her corsage was of green 1 Mr. and Mrs. George D. Sapp, ra Dukes James W. Griffin Jef-
the second Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Monte Joe Morgan i Pallbearers were members of held Monday night at 7:304' The i orchids. Mrs. Carl Dickerson of whose marriage was; a recent fery Merits, Frank McKinnon, Car-

at on the EllaviUe 'State Park. and children of Miami and Mr. ,John Mi Caldwell Lodge: Dan place is undecided but will be held t Douglas, Georgia, mother of the event.; were the honorees at a ol Allen Raines Abe Register, Don

August All the family and relatives are land Mrs. S. M. Morgan and chil 'Braswell Leonard Fletcher, Guy either at Mr;. Saunders or at the ;I,bride.wor e an afternoon dress of i seated dinner Saturday July 27. ,i aid Hazle, Gussie Cheshire Thom.
of Jacksonville last
spent ,McGWn Kenneth Tuten, John Hen- Methodist Please : silk lace featuring a taffeta seated at U-
vited and bring well parsonage. refer green The guests were as BonnelL Colored: Ada Curry,
in to a
come '
mother grand '
week with their and
packed basket and enjoy the day. drick. Bob Miller; Honorary: Eddie to the Sunday bulletin; I i panel on one side. Her corsage I shaped tables, in the banquet room Baby Boy Curry Baby Boy Hayes,
Mends of the family are also welcome mother Mrs. Morgan I McGhin, Frank McIntosh Rubin -- ----r was also of cymbidium orchids. I II of Ashley Oaks. The center table 'Frank Jones, Will Harris, Poncce
Daniels, Ken Daniels, H. D. Wil I table was overlaid of
The dining
if they wish to come. f Advs. I room held a long low arrangement Postell Baby Boy Postell and
Mrs. Calude Home has just returned -)lis Paul Smith. Interment was Legal a with a,pink. Army, Navy" cloth yellow gladioli fuji mums interspersed Mattie Williams

7 I I from Portsmouth New Hampshire : in Evergreen Cemetery. Harry IN COUNTY JUDGE'S I and way,centered by the three-I with small wedding bells

Attends ,Summer Camp where she has been visiting T. Reid Funeral Home was in COURT HAMILTON 1 tiered pink .and white wedding tied with- a darker yellow ribbon. "
her daughter and family Mr. and I COUNTY FLORIDA To
John Sapp. son of Mr. and Mrs. charge. IX RE ESTATE OF '': cake. Two, three-branch silver I It Yellow tapers on either side casta Presbyterians
Mrs. John DeSander. Mr. DeSan-
Joe'D. Sapp of Jaser has returned I THOM M. VAUGHHN. Deras4IVOTICK candelabra holding pink candles mellow glow. Miniature ivy garlands -r
I t
der is in service and has TO CREDITORS Interim
just Welcome
returned ;
JAMES E. JACOBS The center of '
home after attending the Bay 1 To All Creditors and All Persons flanked the cake., extended the length of the
&1 from Puerto Rico where he i Having Claims or Demands Against'each held ,exquisite arrangementsof I i( *
held the
lor Summer Camp on ; other two tables.
i,and his family have been stationedfor I, James E. Jacobs 86, resident of' Said Estate: I lilies of Pastor August 11
of the Baylor School for pink sweetheart roses four dinner was servedto
campus the past several months. Mrs. Jasper died Thursday.! Survivors You and each of. you. are hereby A course
Boys at Chattanooga Tennessee- notified and required to present any the valley and plumosa fern. twenty-four guests, after which\
,Home reports a wonderful trip but are his wife of Jasper, nine daughters claims and demands which you' ,or Guests were served by Mrs. :; Services are planned at the us-
glad to home. She the 1 Mrs. Harvey Sapp of Lake either of yo :. may have against the : dancing was enjoyed.
i be says ,: and White
lis ostats of Troy M. Vaughn a widower Buck Reeves Mrs. Gussie Byrd, The bride wore a semiformal ual times in Jasper
[ is there but it is City Mrs. W. R. Delandy. Mrs. '
country pretty deceased, late of Hamilton County i Mrs. E. C. Browne and Mrs. Billy bodice Springs Presbyterian Churches during
I cotton
t dress of solid blue
also hot! I IJoIm Chaplin Mrs. Philip Lance Florida to the Honorable John :'
cake was cut the next few weeks. Rev.
McCormlck. County Judge of HamIlton HilL The wedding and a blue quilted skirt; a short
all of Mrs. Cliff Rev-
I Jacksonville County Florida and filethe Bridges is transferring to a
I and served by Mrs. Thomas Montgomery
Lawrence and Janis Selph and jacket o fthe same completed ,
ell of Woodville. Florida Mrs. Carl 1 same tn his office in the county
children Scotty Stephanffeand'Hwf- I Courthouse ia Hamilton CountyFlorida I Jr., and Mrs. Julian C. Wood. the costume with which sheused' church in Orange Park.
v of Mrs. Edward
Stokley Tallahassee. I
I within six calendar months smaller
served from a
I ger Dale of Jacksonville spent last'.t Wilson of Memphis. Mrs. Edwin from the date of the first publication I I Punch was linen white accessories. 'i I At Jasper Presbyterian Church
t weekend with their parents and Hankins of Colt, Ark. hereof. Said claims or demands to ',table overlaid with a pink Hosts for this delightful occasion School at
contain the legal address of the cloth. Mrs. Carlton Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vin- there will be Church
Mr. and Mrs. Bert
grandparents were
I I fialerafservices were held Sunday claimant and to be sworn to and 9:45 a.m. and Morning Worship at
Zipperer and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin. at three in Friendship present as aforesaid or same will be Mrs. Horace Lewis presided. son Mr. and Mrs. Ed Craton, and ,
Selph. i I p.m. barred. I I The family room featured arrangements -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves. 11:00 a.m. .-.
1 1I
How Baptist Church. The Rev. W. D. First publication July 12. 1363 in shades of yellow .
k COOLI . I'Stewart officiated. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. AvriettAs on I .. I| Rev. James Montgomery will
Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer and Curator of the Estate of ,gladioli and chrysanthemums -. ,
I Clinton Zipperer sang two songs. Troy M. Vaughn .a widower table. Mrs. ,I bring the message Sunday mom-
lU-\fau BE i children Betty Gean Jimmy Faye j I Pallbearers were Broward Wynn .deceased ,,' .' the secretary and Crews Miss Mary Lilly Crews of 4. Beginning August
and Fayes financee Robbie July 12. 19, ZI, Aug 2 : _. Georgia Wetherington, Mrs. W. Lake City: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Mc- o ng. August
Elmer Moody Alton Miller, Joe I 11 Bill VanZant of Jackson,
Wood Mr. Jle/
CoL Julian >
Roberts toured several places of H. Beall Call of Jennings; Dr. and Mrs.-
Morgan, Eli Daniels, T. A. Bar. Kentucky will serve as Interim
NOTICE: Jack Vln-
WHEN You interst in Southern Florida. Sunday I, Tom Bridges Jr. and Mr. Van B. Bennett Mrs. George Mal-
wick. John M. Caldwell Lodge No. NOTICE is hereby given that the and hosts Supply until January 1.
I I Commissioners of .son were floor hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood C.
they saw some pretty sights. They Board of County loy, *
70 had of Masonic rites at
; 1 also spent some time with Robbie's charge Hamilton County Florida will receive -i in this room. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Varne-j Dr. 'EH! Montgomery Sr. of
GHoM ? T. Reid Funeral for (I) 12,000
!: the grave. Harry sealed bids one will deliver the sermonin
occasion was ren- Lake City
for the
parents Mr. and Mrs. Flood in in B. T. U. per hour and one (1) 28.000 I Music doe of Valdosta. I
Frost Proof. Home was charge. B. T. U. per hour Air ConditioningUnits dered by Miss Joyce Smith and The young couple will make their I the White Springs Presbyterian
.. to be Installed in the Clerk ot James Coe at the piano, and where Church Sunday evening August 4.Everyone .
.t'Mr. JOE \L HUNTERJoe Circuit Court's office said bids to be :Mrs. home in Dublin, Georgia
and1' Mrs. Rofilrt ,Culbrethand filed In the office of the Clerk of the Mrs. Jack Brooks of Jacksonville.Mr. Sapp is a member of the is invited to these ser

sister Margaret and Aunts Mrs M. Hunter 78, well known Circuit 1963 at Court 10:00 a.m.on or before August 6. I sang several se1ect1
Myrtice Sauls and Mrs. Willie Bea- former resident of Hamilton County : Sealed bids will be opened August t Smith also sang accompanied by

tty visited their mother and sister died at his home in Uve Oak 6, 1963 at 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Coe. I i

Mrs. Rosie Culbreth in Mel Ga. last Tuesday. Survivors are his The reserves Board of the County right Commissioners to reject Two hundred guests called during :

y Sunday. wife of Live Oak, five sons. Baker any or all bids. the appointed hours many of

d Se I and Paul of Jasper Bill of Staten- Board Hamilton of County County Commissioner Florida' them from out of town. Out of : FILMSDeveloped

'---..... Miss Rita Stephens of Gainesville vine, Joe Hunter Jr. of Palatka, By: Thelma Lewis. Clerk I town guests were Miss Myrtle Jennings -
t1Long visted and had breakfast with James Wiley of Ocoee Fla: five July U, 26 Aug. %. ?963 Mr. and Mrs Jack E.

Mr. and Mrs. George Young Sr. daughters: Mrs. Crawford Petty IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Brooks, Mrs. E. C. Cone Mrs. Gus

Sunday morning. Also visiting Mr. Jasper. Mrs. Ed Lolly of Palatka JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAM- 'sie Byrd. of Jacksonville; Mrs. I I

and Mrs. George Young Sunday Mrs. ML L. Lee of Ocoee. Mrs. L. ILTON CHANCERY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Jimmy Sullivan, Mrs. Raeborn

v afternoon were Brother and Mrs. B. Nortan of Jacksonville Miss EUGENIA TOLJ2S I Home, of Madison; Mr. and Mrs.S. .

4 r Ollie Farnum and Mrs. I. L. Hartof Mplissia Hunter of Live Oak? three Plaintiff : T. Bozeman TMr. and Mrs. John
Jasper. sisters Mrs. Carrie Hall of Gainesville TOLES (Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mus-

e Mrs. Mary" Norris of Jackson Defendant i grove Sr., Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mus- -NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE-!
% I Mary Alice Deas and children ville Mrs. Mary Tyson of Miami: ) Of THE STATE OF grove Jr. of Live Oak; Mr. and

spent Sunday afternoon with their four brothers Lewis, Hague. Rube, FLORIDA: Mrs. Milton Kelly of Tallahassee;

parents and grandparents Mr. and of Jasper, and Arthur and Will of residence TO: ROOSEVELT and address TOLES.i* Unknown.A Whose. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watts, Miss Melody BLACK AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR

Mrs. T. A. Fletcher in VaMosta. Gainesville. sworn bill of complaint having Watts of HomerviHe. Ga.: Mrs; ;r SLIDES OR PICTURES
.' been filed in this Court against you .
FFuneral services were held onfinsday Frank C. Tindall of Atlanta Mrs.
J. C. and Helen Lee and childrenof at three p.m. hi the Jasper vorce the relief and therein other relief sought you elnedl.are required Florence Ireland of Delray Beach Films For Sale

Jacksonville visited their Mr. parents and Church of God. The Rev. J. or before to August answer 16th.said 1963 complaint furnishing on- ;Mrs. G. W. Prather of Melbourne, Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film

and grandparents W. Hallman, assisted by the Rev. to C. A. Avriett Jasper Florida ,''Mrs. Miriam Home of Lake Wales,
I, day The next time you Mrs. Leonard McCulley over the I Clyde Nichols and the Rev. Earl Plaintiff's Attorney, a copy thereof Mrs. Louise Edwards of North Carolina Rolls To
take bus ride home weekend. else decree pro confesso will be en Bring Your .
your !' )eas, officiated. Two songs "Whata tered against you. Miss Mildred Shepherd of
: *
think how nice it would be i Dot and childrenof Friend," and "No Tears in Heaven Witness my band and the official dearwater, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ed and .
if you were going home to seal of this Court at Jasper Florida THE JASPER NEWS
cool air See Macon are spending this week were sung by Mrs. Eva Sapp this nth day of July A. D. 1963. M. Hancock Miss Patricia Hancock .
conditioning. with their and grandparents. and Mrs. Kaite Hurst accompanied (SEAL) THELMA LEWIS I of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
how inexpensive it is to have Clerk of Circuit Court
by Mrs. Earl Deas. Christopher, Mrs. Carl Dickerson 1 I SY 2-6331}
cool comfort electrically\ a H :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan. : By Alice JonesC. !
Pallbearers Billy Bass, ,
summer long Live better were A. Avriett of Douglas, Ga.; Mrs. Walter .
and baby Charlie Rhoden. Clyde Nichols Robert Jasper. I __ __________
electrically. Janie Mrs.of James Orlando Young and Mrs. Young's Padgett. Gene Amerson Mr. COURT OI THE COUNTY I.-----I .-......"..."._-_-_-..:-...:-"'? .,:o.--y. ..?.._.....: _._... _-. _...:_..>t? Jtrt.-- ... ....."...""" ___vwwwj AIv.q. i
Rozier. Interment was in Hebron JUDGE HAMILTON COUNTY
brother and sister, Don and Diane STATE OP FLORIDA j
came by for a visit and had break- Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral IV RK: THE ESTATE! OF ,.
fast with their parents and grandparents Home wash charge. CAVLKY CARL Bl LLARDDeceased ; '

Mr. and Mrs. George 'IN PROBATETO Meet Your Friends At

f Young Sr. Monday morning. Mrs. i LOCAL NEWSCol. ALL WHOM is hereby IT MAY given COCERNNotice that Bonnie :

James Young and baby and brother B. Hillhonce Administratrix filed
and sister were on the way to and Mrs. Charles Leydeckerof her final report as Administratrix of
of mtbia. S. c., arrived Thursday the estate of CAULEY CARL BULLARD
Mobile Alabama. deceased; that she filed herpetition
I to be house guests of Col. and for final discharge .and that
Mrs. Julian Wood tor several days. she will apply to the HonorableJohn '
O/tta 0000w
astatttaw Bill and Jean Jones returned to H. McCormlek. County Judge
J > ,Is t. Comkit Jean's parents Mr and Mrs. Har-I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard I of Hamilton County, Florida on the DIXIE'
afternoon;Miss Delia Taylor and Mrs. L. W. list day of Aujrmt. ItCS for approval i
lon Bumham Monday of same and for final dJscharpa. L
li after several days visit in Jack- Taylor of Lakeland have just returned Administratrix of the estate of .:. ,
lt i sonville with Bill's mother Mrs. i from an enjoyable trip t CAULEY CARL BULLARD deceased ::
Jones. through Tennessee and the Caro- on this 19th n-T.f: July linlh.ussAdministratrix 1963.

linas. They say the cool nights of the estate of

6'u ,. / Lawton McCulley and Wallace and the beautiful scenes In the CAULET Deceased. CARL BULLARD .

-' FUDftlOA Selph both lost a tobacco barn by, mountains were wonderfuL. .July 26 Aug 2 9 16 Skating Rink.
fire several days ago. / --'

..,.---- \ Mrs. Anna Shiver is spending IUCnY ON 1111WOMW"
.f some time with Mr .and Mfrs/Winston MOlT .

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