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The Jasper news
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Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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F.M. DeGraffenried
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Order Pine Jasper Ministers CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO
, Consolidation'' n ElectionSet .

Seedlings Now I Elect OfficersThe MEET IN NEW BUILDING MONDAYThe

Board of Directors of the Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce
For November The local 1 Florida Forest Service Jasper Ministerial Alliance
todaY will hold their regular monthly meeting at 8:00 p.m. Monday
office advised that those
on Tuesday September 4 at
September 9, in the new Chamber of Commerce Building. All Boardmembers
& -.1:--,,,,#\,. .,.. .. fIo4a .. ;' -"- -.J '. .... interested .dn.-Z)1 pH thk jJlrsL .OTurch.
L. BaptiRt
f .. a hr gttt t-A
: Including
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'I v 2 kr t : | .Jfajyi JVv Meeting are urged
The Hamilton County Board of Education has set year should: get their orders In ji ? Rev. Van Zant to be present as well as other-haerest persons. 5

:November 5 as.,the date for an election to let the voters early, orders will be accepted until' i opened the meeting with prayer. There, will be a short dedication ceremony, and then an Electionof

decide whether 'or not to consolidate the county's high will be prorated,r -. Orders to be J[One was of the the election highlights of of the the 196364jOfficiers. meet- Officers win be held.

.s hools into: single unit- Voters also will'vote on-whether lime aU" s.that are sold out', Those elected were: Pres '
[ the county can ,issue bonds for construction of the I will be, 'prorated. Orders to be identRev.: Sayer Canova First MEMBERSHIP, DRIVE NOW ON

I eligible receive. prorata share of I Baptist Church), Secretary. Rev. Just a reminder!! Have- renewed
school. ,It is ,expected that plans and approximate cost. I you your membership If
vv seedlings which sold '.Non .an Booth (First Methodist
1 ..Jo : '- will be presented the public before the election. 1. are out must not now is the time to do so. If you are not a member-you shouldbe
be in the restrict be Tallahassee Church), TreasurerRev.. Hubert
Meeting Tuesday, the board set the Nov. 5 date because : i'rEK ) office bypct teber X 1963. Orders !I Hendley (Bright Pond Baptist !! ,Please send your check to the Hamilton County Chamber of
Commerce. P. O. Drawer P, Jasper, Florida, and do
will be aticwked" Church). so now while
it coincides with the i election of school. after this date for
[.9. 2" trustees. ,
t hose species::net,sold out until our you are still thinking about it. It is YOUR Chamber of Commerce
and millage vole. -A'series'of"coifstitutfonai amendments'l supply is exhausted, Said J. W. I' Other items were discussed concerning so give it your support. The Chamber of Commerce is working continuously
are-also to be, voted ,bn at hat election.Minute Kelley, local Ranger. the United Religious Program in man' ways to draw favorable attention to our county.
I of our comma ity. This in-
r -- -- 'chided the Announcement of location of an industry may come at any time,
Seedlings distribution will begin setting of the Thanksgiving
'Meeting, Methodist. 315 around the last week of Novennebr community service for Nov. one or more are always>> under negotiation. Everyone's financial as

of' Public" I Fellow te' nJ gefs:1t ryoli'ever at Mur>son,, Baker, and Andrews 27, with,Rev;-Hendley speaking at well as moral support is needed. __. .
Board Nurseries. Herren the .. i ..
To Listall stopped to t Ink .of the ten 'commandments Nusery win, Jasper Presbyterian Church. ""
for teenagers? start on December 10, 1963. ''Arranging a community Christmas MISS HAMILTON COUNTY WINS HONORAT

Instruction<<: Official I Board ten You commandments have probably, in heard the of Bible the ,Application forms may be obtained I(sing united for Christian Dec. 22 men, and program a possible in CROWN AREA BEAUTY CONTEST ., .

Jasper, Florida from the nearest Florida Forest .
Septembers, 1963 The Official Board o fthe First But these. are very similiar- to Service office County Agents officeor the near future The Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce -

The Board of Public Instruction of I Methodist Church, will be installed i hem I SCS Technician ,or ASC office. I The Jasper Ministerial Alliance that Miss Ann Camp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Camp
Hamilton County'met today in reg- during' the morning worship' ; service Don't let your"parents-dMn-they, j wishes to urge all members of the Jasper was selected as a member ot the Queen's Court in the Florida

ular session. Those present:' Clyde this Sunday ,September 8th. The:' rought you up. Payment .must accompany all respective churches and interested Crown Beauty Pageant, held Saturday August 31st, at Jacksonville
Hunter, Chairman, Johnny Butler,'I Quarterly Conference (Governing 2. Sto|>',amJ thin before yxxf drink. seedling applications Check made persons to enroll in the Old Test- Beach, Florida., '
ADen B. Frank Matthews Body) elected these members to 3. Be 'smart-obey. You'n give ament Bible to be
Tyree, payable to the Florida Board of course presentedby
Ann the Chamber
orders was sponsored by :: Commerce and
yourself represented
and E. V. Storm 1t.. The superin-I] serve in carrying out the 'local someday. Forestry. ACP and Conservation Dr. James C. Moore Jr. at the
4. Ditch Hamilton County in the "Queen of the FSorida Crown"
church activities dirtY thoughts 'fast Beauty
commitments and orthey'll
tendent and secretary Harry T; Reserve purchase orders will be ac j Jasper High School starting Sept.9.It .
The following named individauls ditch you. pageant.. She was sponsored by the Garden Club in the local contest
Reid was present. ,cepted. Seedling prices for this, was noted that Mrs. Grace
r The meeting opened with prayer I with their duties have been electedto 5. Showoff driving 'Is,juvenile, dont yar will belPine (North Florida ,/Stephens charge of local when she won the title, "Miss Hamilton County" and the opportunity to

i by Mr. Matthews. the Official Board: Trustees J. act your age. Slash, South Florida Slash Loblolly I|!|(I arrangements. This course offers represent Hamilton County in the Florida Crown Contest.

Based on the recommendation' of, L. Coll un, Earnest Courtoy, Mrs. 6. Pick the right friends' to- be tangles) $4 00 per M.; Red Cedar college credit with a small fee for Congratulations to you Ann!!
the principal and nomination* of a''!Maude Havener Clyde Payne CL, picked for a friend. and Arizona cypress $8:00 per M. I'!teachers and only $16.00 for',other. ... .- "
school trustee Mrs. 'D Dorothy Fen.nen -48-f Rentz. ,:Marvin Rodgers (Lay 7. Choose a date who is fit for a There were some landownerslast 'I I

and Mrs. Ruth Taylor were I,Leader), and Foster Shepherd.. mate. year that wanted seedlings but I I ,

appointed: teachers, ,in the Jasper I i'Stewards Don Ball W. .W. Brad :S, Don't go steady unless you're vas to late to'get their orders in, so ] ....QJI .... ." t. L7'll
High School bjr motion of Mr.' :Matthews -shaw' .J .L. Collum, Ernest Courtoy: ready. 'W may I again remind each of, you Itn I I .. AMERICAN WAYrr I

seconded by Mr. Tyree'' ,and:(l.Iame.Dwmaway., Chairman, 9. Love God and your neighbors. get your order,' -in. .early4t@._ LOCAL sToRe---. .
carried. |lOfficial"l3oard), Emmett Dupree ID. Live carefully ,the soul you 4 1-- ; 5: .

(Bob Ehlert O.B. Harrison, Mrs. save my- be your own. I .

A motion was made by Mr. Matthews [I Maude Havener (W. S. C. S., Clyde These commandments were NO !lA-I;

seconded by Mr. Stormant, j Howard (Evangelism). Myron written for teenagers by Ed. S. THE SOAKS ALL Of!US.
and carried, that' the resignation'I Johnson Buckner Lewis Shelton Grant, so use them in your every- @ INCOME TAX VrtfeC sox OF &EKIMCOU*

of Andrew H. Sims, a teacher in I Lewis, Judge McCormick Jinunie day life and you will be a better; 1 ono MOMcy) OTHER co TO'FOMOON Wtt SCMCMCSWt AID-*
the J. R. E. Lee High School be Miller; Tom Owens, Marvin O'Cain i 50r WANT" TO Rte THC
i ,accepted effective August 22. j;i Clyde" Payne. Foster Shepherd, I citizen.Dennis Smith. INCOME TAXAttOSFBATHC'
Mowtr AS sE1
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Mr. Reid reported that-the resolution Buck Reeves" Jimmy Williams, Jasper Junior 4-H Club s
requesting approval of bond I'i Mrs. H. D. Vickers Jack Vinsan CTCStone

I issue for building a consolidated :and Col. Julian Wood (Education). .

-S ,.highsctiooLorl the site otthe-Jas ,The ,E <>ffiao, ,Stew rds,..,MrsJGraham. ; '" ., ,...REWAL : ..... &
{! .Blade l !# **24951.
-vtperJElementaii3r criool had been (Delegater .Mrs MEETING :\: 1r.
approved by the State Superintendent -'I Mrs. J. L. Collum Missions) W R.

of Public Instruction 'on, Au';Hannah Bland (Social Concerns) If you who confess to idealism, i College from the Jasper High mj; ;
c gust 20, 1963 pud. ,setting the day'pail (Church School Superintendt), I The Revival meetings began at find your ideals tarnished thru the Senior Class are: Jan David
in |Miss Linda Fennell ( M. Y F.), I Corinth Baptist Church Sunday
for said electron Was now order years .read or read "Sesame andJllies" Nancy EWert. Ann Taylor Pat
A motion was made by.Mr. Matthews -I Bob, Fine (Methodist Men), Mrs. September 1, and will run all this: by one John Ruskin of the Bundy: Sue Biddle Treasa Taylor, 1 ( ,
seconded by Mr. Tyree and|J 1)Luther: Griner (Treasurer) Charles week .Brother Gerr of Macedonia I' .9th century.I John Lewis John Haskins John t j ; r ) I
Baptist Church in :Madison
Jones (Stewardship), Mrs. Inez County
carried that said bond election will
came accross it in Boo's libraryone Bitter, Hal Holton, Robert Dam- ERi
is invited
November Board), Dr.. Frederick Mickler is guest speaker. Everyone -
be held on Tuesday.. 5, r
t othis revivialReports day last week and as Iread I pear, Buck Holloman, Micky Smith
1963 Due notice of said election Marable (Secretary, Official :
marked the passages I need. In his The young folk are commuting.
to be held will be given by adver-j j (Secretary of'Stewardship) Mrs. plea for readers of books .
great *
P. D. ( .
Saab Delegate)
tisement. i I Ii $ h- No Fires and he speaks only of great books Marsha Lashley returned from
-' "Will and with I I a visit to her uncle and aunt in
It was pointed out that the regular rReVIval you go gossip
scheduled trustee and school mil- At Oak Forest Service house maid or yourstable boy I Atlanta, just intime to go to'school

election will be held when you may talk with l kings and Tuesday.
in Tuesday
age i .
Grove Church of The Florida Forest Service Headquarters Queens? t
November 5, 1963 and due
notice o fsaid election will be given I in Hamilton County reports To be sure he talks of another I The Home Demonstration club,
by advertisement. I ChristRevival the following forest fire information age but his plea is for the.noblestin will have met this Thursday with.
I for the county for the thinking. .i i. Edna Barker at her home. If
will be held "
services at
Mr..Jack Vihson., from .the County -I the Oak Grove Church of Christ I past seven day period. Mighty of heart -mighty:i Coinmissionersl;. 'and Mr.. Raymond "Magnanimous -' to:be this in the home. e +
Service will begin at the
Camp from the Hamilton I There were, no fires,last week.Fres r -, .s NCant
is be great in life" in life'itself!'
i beginning Sunday September 8.
County Development Commission I since Jan. 1 this year 42 Mrs. J. E. Shepherd is expect-
time Sunday and each evening at not the trappings of it. r :::- ,,
Fires same period last year 44 visIt'fiom Fool the
were before the board relative to ,8:00 ing a her granddaughter People /
use of old school site by a business I p.m. Acres burned since Jan. 1 this "The Starlight Symphonettee' of Miss Ann Lee Alley whose
Evangelist Clarence Burnham, ofInd.
industry The board is eager for in : year 111.2 Fax' came their performance parents Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Alleyof
Hammond, will be speaker.
dustry to locate in our county and (They give 6)) of the season Friday Ocala, Ann Lee is enroute to
You are cordially invited to attend I Acres burned, same period last
wil Itake the necessary legal stepsto evening befQre Labor Day ,on the Macon where she will be associate
make this property available if Vail o fthese meetings. ___ _.r L year, 195.8 river.terrace of the Prudential Life dean at Weselyan College. She is

needed1. .. Ins. burning .There was an estimated a graduate Weselyan and has 0I
2000< ;) audience. To be of that been director of Christian Educa- I0
The minutes of the meeting of NATURE'S number was worthy to,listen,- tion of Broadway Methodist in
was made by Mr. Matthews sec- 1 a pri\oilege-ma.ster musicians all 1 Ocala and more recently in the
August 6. 1963 were read. A motion WONDERS '1 Boats were. moored on the river!
onded by Mr. Tyree and carried, I for the concert. (Continued on Page 2)) .

that'they be adopted. ,
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There being no further businessthe f K MATERIAL USED IN MOST Jr "Music hath charms to soothe the .

Clyde, Hunter Chairman ACtNTURY FOLLOWING IT'SDtSCOVERV 1 / our own possibilities along that WiTH A VORACIOUS APPETITE :

ATTEST: Harry T... Reid_ Supt. BV TW3 6EK.HANCHEM1ST& I l ; ; FOR SMAL4
I m ins line.The ?
; day of the band shell, mightbe FISH THE fLORiPA
Serving Dinners revised.

.t.t.t Our house, full of activity GAR .
Tdday.' .t lasLweelcthe: final activities of .
eACIO WC EtlENT IS CFIUUCSE gettimg down to school work.A. 9 !r'l;' 1$ AN UNPOPULAR. .

The ladies of the Church of God S. r FOUND ALL PLANT M FBUIT.LIFE.VEGETABLES A BOWEL OF ArC A visit from the daughter? a A .. J''y 1NHABITM'r ep :

will be serving dinners at 12:00 PEACHES FOR EXAMPLE.COULD niece, grand nephews ,all of the : + FLORIDA'S
today. If you would like to buy one i' PROVIDE ENOUGH( CELLULOSE wing. It was good while lasted. OR117MevrsslloarA,' 6Nt. /t I f" FRESH
,of these dinners'call 792-6901. You FOR 3floo Ci&vzsrre FILTERS. ,. .itllsll. -' .
they: 7--f" _Z.F! rr :
2 water ground meal
The ladies of the church feel that cups :
U flour '
their work is a worthy project, and f ME PUCE VEGETABLE COAVOUN9> cup .MOST VNf1NlT FLORIDA: GAR: Y GAR '
WAS WrttOPUCEO AS A FILTER 2 teaspoons baking: powder ': '
would appreciate your orders. BV VCECCr CIGARETTES IN D, k 2 tablesspoons cooking oil HAw A LUNG-LIKE SWIM Bt.ADD K
1952. XT SINCE HAS EEENMADE I'J 1 onion THAT AlPS THE GILL5 I1'n4EAaogpnoil I
.' INTO ITC1LUCNFHTER& axe 4LLI08 _JIl 'U 1 ___ tablespoon greated ; L fllS-N ....
Revival At / 1 teaspoon salt. '1RIouTZLOW ".WI...1 OF'OXYGEN WHEN TVS SUPFLV IN .nu j jt

2 cups boiling water.. Water must .. -. WATER 15. LOW PUB TO HOT W ATHER
,. :
PondA be boiling not just hot. Shape into OR PQUUTlOtf OTHSK FISHES OFTEN !
Bright little bans Of oblongs and drop into '
PIG' UNDER S uat ,
hot-fat until brown. Makes about .' GOHDJnOH>
Revival will be held at the dozens:

Bright Pond Baptist Church Sept. '
0.J Messrs. Edgar and Tom OJ f
9-16 at 7:30-pjn.. nightly. -
Rev. Bill Hamilton Griffin of i THE PUCE WHrTE.sor breth of Jacksonville are campingat
Sanford. I;;orida' win be the .. fLu wM&rER1ALocZLf55 Suwannee River State'Park and :t ; !
Evangelist. USE AND TASTELESS ON ALMOST, NOW ALL AUJDR.IS on Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Honk : \
We wish to extend a.,special invitation .. FILTER CIGARETTE BftATtOSw Lashley. Miss. Berline. Bobby and GAR' FLESH, IS "

to our neighbors and :: : ;. J. zr IK is FOOD eo P.R!PACICAOB4! is USED. FOR Omega,,,Joined by the J. B. Cul- Wit ,FJfE"6gAtt{. D NiP PLRiv41' & f J-Si .5:
friends to attend and hear this man s .r :. : I. TEA BA&&AND&iWLAR. brethe of Live- Oak Picniced with .. t- ,..
'- of God preach the: gospel: P60PLCC5. .i them-. : ;.: t _iE17il i.E.N GAR EGGS Aim bISoN
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Hubert. Kendley.v Pastor' ". ''- -- .-F -: .Going. Q to.North? FloridaJunior& :V. JFJ4FJM GIIME AIV};J>pjF .SIFWATE.fISH. D IrJMISSI"''" '
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P.> ; r HE JASPER NEW ;' "JASPER.-: Fi..O R IDA Friday, September 6, 1963Pullie -::;

.5 certificates issued for any capital!'-proceeds- of said Gross Receipts I. .",. '

outlay project, shall not be expended { Taxes front the operatiod'- this I .."'1 :,r

I \for such!' capital outlay project, the Amendment, |I .
] Announcements{ i State Board may Use such unexpended -' The State Board of Administration 5TRIPEP SKUWfCUOUIP. .;.

proceeds for any other capital ,shall be and is hereby* constituted t." -

outlay project for Institutions I i as the FiscaL Alentof the State f '
*" of Higher Learning' or Junior Colleges -}I Board. to 'perorm8uohutlea and R:SMELLY KNOWN 1D-HEM l 1''$ ttAl :;
IN CIRCUIT' COURT now provTdedand levied as of the and vocational technical: assume such responsibilities under t

THIRD JUDICIAL cuiCUlT" time lOt adoption -of this amendmentIn schools, AS defined herein as now J I this Amendment as shall be; "agreed? f flyt: MER APTANPRODiKEDIH .... ..\

HAMILTON Chapter %03. Florida .Statutes defined or as' may be hereafter defined -] :upon between the State Board and AND CAPAPLE OF BEING SPRAYED FROM
COUNTY FLORIDA. (hereinafter called "Gross Receipts by law theretofore author- such State Board,of Administration.The ',' .
OL.C'VC TAPLEY. Taxe."), shall as collected be- placed ized by- the State LegislatureThe! State Board shall also have TWO GLANDS UNDER THE TNL-'MAKES fill" ''
Plaintiff in a trust fund to be known as the holders of bonds or certificates issued power appoint such other '
DJo persons THE 5&WIC THE OWNER A.t:
--vs Institutions Higher Learning and hereunder hall not have any, fix their compensation for
HOMER R. TAPL.EV, Junior Colleges! Capital Outlay and responsibility whatsoever! for the I I the administration of the provisions MOST RESPECTED DEFENSE MECHANISMS
DefebJant Debt Service Trust Fund, in the application or use of any of the of this Amendment as it; shall deem
IN THE NAME AND BY THE I State Treasure '(hereinafter referred proceeds derived from the pale of I I' necessary, and the expenses of the IN THE ANIMAL WORLD Nl? REPELLING

AUTHORITY OF THE STATE j to as' "Capital Outlay Fund"), and said bonds or certificates, and' the State Board in administering the I 0.O. 1$ 5O STRONG.YOU DONT HAVE
OF FLORIDA j uxd only as provided in this Amend rights and remedies of the holdersof provisions of this Amendment shall -
TO: HOMER R. T PLET. whose men t. such bonds or certificates and I I be paid out of the proceeds of bonds TO SEE HIM TO KNOW HE 15 IN THE / J.

residence and address is Ochlocknce. I| Said fund shall be administeredby their right to payment from said 1)|tor certificates issued hereunder or VICINITY FOUND THieuOUT PENIi4- /
Georgia : the State Board of Education. as Gross Receipts Taxes in the manper from said Gross Receipts- Taxes' de-
A sworn i bill of complaint having now: created and constituted by Sec- provided herein shall not b'l! af- 'i I posited In said Capital Outlay Fund. 5ULAR FLORIDA OVER 5O% OF '" ,

been the relief hard In therein this Court sought against being you flivoree. i!tion 3 of Article XII of the Constitution fected or impaired by the application -,,I f (e) No capital outlay project or ITS FOOD CON5I5T5 OF INSECTS d ".
of Florida (hereinafter referredto of such proceeds. I any part thereof shall be .
or use financed ; .
.' and other relief. you are required 1 i .. _
said 'complaint on as "State Board"). For the pur- The State Board shall use the. hereunder unless the bill authorizing .1
to answer 6. 1993. j\|po>Oe of this Amendment, said State moneys In said Capital Outlay Fund such project shall specify it is
or before C. September A. Avriett. Jasper. tuningIng !Board as now constituted shall continue In each fiscal 'year only for the :!i,: financed hereunder and shall be approved g .
Attorney, a copy thereof as a body corporate during the following purposes and in the following -t: by aote of three-fifths ,
Plaintiff confe so will be entered life of this Amendment and shall order of priority: < (3/6) of the elected members of I,
else decree pro have all ,the powers provided in this (1) For the payment of the prin- 'l each hotise.I I
ngalnst yuu. the official I Amendment in addition to all other cipal of and interest! on any bonds IF Jco'mn
and I Iftearo
hand I I NO ,3
..tT ".., my -r. Fleftcl..,i ntmhUonalLand: pon; .. riMlMLes.mgtatitlg >t'rauC4.flE'cal +- Tom!S1ti3Sri'iTL1'I at' '" \C tl OW .
A.D. fers' related to "\the purposes ot this year. ,F O ,........ "",... '..
this 6th day 3Cerk
TIIEUIA I(Amendment heretofore or hereafter I (2) for the deposit into any reserve -I NO. 727
Hamilton I, conferred. by law upon said Statei I % ,,% YOUR
Circuit CourAof .* AI funds provided for In the proceedings A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
County, onea. I I Board. I authorizing the issuance an amendment to Article IX of the
Deputy Clerk I,, (b)' The State Board shall have of said bonds or certificates! of any Constitution of Florida by adding a
C. A. Avrlett power... for the purpose of obtAin. mounts required to be deposited in section to be numbered by the secre- j Foie fLOlliPA
.Ja.wr. Florida seal) ting 1 j I fundr--.for acquiring, building: such reserve funds in such fiscal tary of state providing for issuing l
Aug. > U. U SO Sept. 'constructing: altering, improving, en year. I state bonds for outdoor recreationand I
larging. furnishing: or equipping capital (3) After all payments required natural resources conservation ,
PROPOSED CONSTIT UTIONAON j' outlay projects theretofore In such fiscal year for the purposes I determining that an emergency exists. TRACKS WLDLJFELORDA
B. I t thorized by the legislature and/ ny provided for in (1) and (2) above, I I
A9tFNDtlENMBE1i :5. 1963NOTIC. purpose appurtenant, or Incidental including any deficiencies for required Be It Resolved by. the Legislature. i
OF SPECIAL ELECTION thereto, for Institutions, of HigherLearning payments in prior fiscal years of the State of Florida: ,
WHEREAS. the Legislature of or' Jvnior Colleges. as any moneys remaining in said Capital That Article IX of the ''Florida I ..
Conl. 1963, under the Florida did pass Joint defined by law, and for the purpose seal year may be used by the State the section set forth below. to be
of the State of propolling amendments !'of constructing buildings and other Board for direct payment of the cost numbered by the secretary of .state F GAMS AND FfUSSH WATER! PISH COMMISSION

Resolutions Constitution of the Staten bof permanent facilities for vocational or.....any part of the .cost of any _capirized ,_. that three-fourths... _..._... (%) of all memo
to the technical schools a. provided in "' '''' .. hers 1 &
ay' project heretofore the house of
Florida and they were of the mem'bers chapter 230 Florida: Statutes, to Issue bythe legislature or for aUloI theurchase I I;;';ta tindv the senate determines repre- 12 tram this Division.
vote of three-fourths The I bonds certificates, including I. Hospital News -
a. to or > of any bonds or certificates' that an emergency requiringan ttl Hosts and hostesses along the
elected eachecolatiens were refundingbonds .or .certificates! issued hereunder then outstanding early decision by the electors ot 18 .,,
votes 'of said J re..pecUveJour' I fund or refund any bonds or certificates upon such terms"and conditions as .1 the ,state exists and that said way will be ready to give any need

p.ntered upon their and nays there- ,:. iheretofore Issued.! AH such he State Board shall deem proper, amendment be submitted to the cThbPsaoo () ed assistance. *" '

wats. withthey yeas dW determine ando bonds or certificates shall bear interest or for the prior redemption of outstanding electors of Florida for ratificationor They have several days in Hawaii .
at not exceeding four and
one. bonds or certificates- rejection at I
direct that the said the Joint, elec t oU oftlhebe half .(4Hrc.l per centum per anfoum. accordance with the provisions! of I I be held on Nov.a special 5. 196: .election and that to ... --- I including a trip to Pearl Harbor of

submitted to special Election -I and shall mature at such time or the proceedings which authorized publication of notice of election be infamous fame.
State of Florida a6. 1963: times a*' the State Board :shall determine the issuance of such bonds or cer- I I given: (Continued From Pace 1)) I

on Noyember ': I. TOtADAIS. : not exceeding In an'T event, tficates. Section The outdoor As they return to Los Angeles C .

NOW THERFFof filtate' or the however thirty (30) years from the The State Board may invest themOnf'TR 1 I development. council recreational as First Methodist of Pompano Beach 1 they wil linger aday or two for a PATIENTS Df HOSPITAL NOW:
give date of issuance thereof. The State in said created by the I
hereby Capital Outlay Fund 1963 I
do I legislature Mrs. Margaret Andrews
State of Florida Boird shall have power to deter. or in any sinking fund or other issue revenue bonds, revenue certificates may- Mr. and I\tLs.- Bruce foals ofWindennore I visit with Gene's brother and sister
that aSPECIAL mine all other details of such bondsor I Mrs. Irene AdamsonE.
created for any issue of bonds I, or other evidences of Indebtedness '
EI..IIO County In certificates and to sell at public 01' certificates" in direct obligations to acquire lands water areas were Day visitors I Rev. .and Mrs. Sayer Canova and J. McCallMrs.
rill be held rMaTuesday after sale after public" advertisement' of the United States of America or I and related resources and to with the Gettys BrasweUs.o .
.}' the November.the ouch bonds or certificates, provided, In the other securities referred ton I I ,, improve, enlarge and extend construct i r boys left Thursday for Pinevflle Maude Renfroe

firston ).Ionday In 5. 1,6S. however that no bonds. or certlfic Section 344.27. Florida Statutes. I capital improvements and facilities Gene and Susie Dandurand Louisanna for a weeks visit with O'Neal Goolsby
hich date Is November the fitex hall ever be Issued hereunderto Cd) The State Board shall have the thereon in furtherance
of of
w outdoor Mrs. Canova's Herman t Fletcher
; finance the proceeds thereof lucky winners o fthe Western Auto parent.
the ratification ,nlutnns proposing exnonded power to make and enforce all rules recreation natural resources con
said Joint lie Constitution of fo". anr pArt of the cost of and regulations necessary to the full servation and related facilities in trip to California and Hawaii will WiH Matins

amendments the V1a'xo. anycapital construction outlay project unless. the exercise of the powers herein granted thi legislature state; provided, however the leave Valdosta Sept. 22 where they The Robert H. Fisk spent Labor :ors Freddie Webb
the State of or acquisition of such and no legislation shall be'requir- with respect to such *
t capital outlay project has been ther ed to render this Amendment of full enue bonds revenue certificates rev. with others inthe party will board Day at the Lang camp at Old Town Lucille Brown t .

COMMITTEE gLBSTiTUTEFOR etofore authorized by the Legislature force and operating effect on and, other evldencelll or indebtedness or! the Western Auto Charter for Las o Mrs. Virginia Hester
DOUSE JOINT nESOLVTIOS I of Florida. None of said bonds after January 1, 1964. The Legislature shall designate the revenue'or tax Rev. Tom McC3eary"bf Mrs. Lucresia Sills
4:8 certificates shall be sold sources to Vegas Tallahassee -
NO. at less during the period; this Amendment ; & deposited Ita 'or
A JOINT RESOLUTION relating than ninety-eight (98rfp: ) per cent- is in effect, shall not reduce :. loVVS acquisition trust CTedit fund Gene was a lone winner in his a graduate of the Baptist Seminary Daniel Klrkman
proposing an ::t tment um of the par value thereof, plus the rate of said Gross Receipts Taxes repayment
elections; :: at New Orleans wlil Wilbur Land "
to district preach
Article tV, Section 2 ? accrued interest and said bonds or now provided in said Chapter %03. pose restrictions -on SlrtaX.nw. about 240. There will be
to Constitution of .the tate of certificates shall be awarded at the Florida Statutes, or eliminate ex- including the fixing of maximum Sunday to the congregation of the drank McKinnon

of Florida the provldUng for the election public sale thereof to the bidder of. rapt or remove any of the persons, tere.ft rates and discounts Inn First Baptist church. Rachel Williams (cot)
I r
1964 I
office .at the feting the lowest net interest cost firms or corporations including mun- The land aCQnisition v \'t
certain state trust fund SC. Smith (cot)
of Nettie
providing for such bonds created ifter public advertisement upon' f
general elections: or certificates in the icipal corporations or any of the by the un IegisIathre
and U66 emerg-cy election I manner to' be determined by the utilities businesses or services now these multiple public for such terms and conditions as the ?Bob and Tempi DreSher'and'boys W Uiam Home (coL)
purposes :
for De an It R solved by the Legislature State Board. or hereafter subject to said Gross I"continue from the date of the ado shall, outdoor recreational development spent the weekend at Jacksonville IPATIC'fI'S DISCHARGED \
p :council shall
tlon provide and other-
Florida: The State Receipts Taxes, from the levy and of this as ,
State of Board shall also have amendment foraof I I
Gf the '
amendment of period wise provided by law and subjectto Beach. V Mrs. Juanita LawR.
fifty ,4
That the following power to' pledge for the payment collection of said Gross Receipts (50) years ;
Artide IV Section 2 of the conJllhUU'and of the principal of and Interest on Taxes as now provided in said Chapter In the event the outdOor recreational I the limitations herein Imposed.IN f A. Knowles j

the tlon I
hall be submitted to theejectors of bonds or certificates all or any part materially altering the rights of the acquisition of sites for multiple I and the State affixed of the Florida Great Seal of County Chamber of Commerce Pete Smith i

the state of Florida for approval election or of the revenue to be derived from holders of any bonds or certificates' purpose the state board of admin the Capital at this Tallahassee the- Beautv Contest went to "Jacksonville 'Mrs. Barbara Bricker .
IIPt'Clal t"alled the said Gross issued pursuant to thin Amendment ixtretipn shall act
at a. Receipts Taxes provided as fiscal
rejection agent thirtieth day of August A. I> Helen Henderson (cot)
held on 5. 1963 pro for in this Amendment and to or impairing or lterin"r "ny and the attorney general shall ban 1963. :. Beach fo rthe Saturday Finals

8JJ ,In Article, % ]], Section :3 of. enter into any covenants and other covenants or agreements of the die the validation proceedings. (seal) TOM ADAMS. cf the Crown. Carol l Kindall of Clyde Jones (coL) .
Florida co tUn. agreements with the holders of such State Board made hereunder or h'v: All bonds issued under this amendment ,-
the Postell g
It That three-fourtb. .(s') ,of all I bonds or certificates concerning the ing the effect of withdrawing the shalt be sold at ,public sale Sept C and 20. Secretary of St.ite Palatka was made queen. Ann was Coy I ,
t members elected doe to. each determine house that security thereof had the rights- of ___'.'__r-"'" &. ......_ ... tr- --- -.-- -- chosen fo rthe Queen's court. The Mrs. Emma Lou Nixon :..
the legislature an deci the holders thereof all of' whichcovenants.and others were Linda Huggins, Bradford Mrs. Essie Sweat ",
an emergency requiTing eato agreements shall constitute :
slop by the electors othehltaamend legally binding and irrevocable County; Penny Wintz. May- Mrs Mamie Deas _.

exist with reference contracts with such holders and I port; Christina Carlisle 'of Gaines Mrs. Annie Mae Daniels
Article I1' Section 2 of the hall be fully enforceable, by such .
meat William Home (col )
constitution' : holders In any court of competent vflle. There"were 15 young ladiesin ,
con %. Election and. term of jurisdiction; Order Your Trousseau of I. the finals &"s. Kattlryne-PryOI' ')(1':z i
shall be
Kovernor The governor No such bonds Cornelia Randolph (coL)
the qualified electorsqt or certificates shall Festivities began with a luncheon I .',
elected: by ever he' Issued by the State Boardin Russell
The first electionj for.' ; fo rthe contestants Fry
the mate. an amount exceeding chaperones
governor under this Action, shall 1964.I ; ,) per centum of the seventyfive(75G amount .W edding.Stationery I ant? iu .ges at 12 o'clock at the Mary Doyle

1* at the general an d there which It determines, based upon the 1 Strickland Restaurant.At Hattie :Mae Davis (coL): ; .
for a term of two (2) years average annual'amount of the revenues '
elation withgove > general shall{ derived from said Gross Receipts 3 p.m. the bathin beauty cool Daniel White
of U66. Taxes 'during the immediately Richard Walker
be elected for a term of four (4) preceding two fiscal" or the J > __
years Joanne Lessway
year The term of office begin first amount of the revenues derived from I Exquisitely/ / T/ier/nogrovec// / t ar
the first! Tuesday after Jhe said 'Grows Receipts" Taxes duringthe ,Sarah Butler (cot)
:Monday in January next after this Immediately o Lillian White
elected at the preceding_ fiscal HELP rs
elf'ctron. The governor
ear. ns shown In a certificate! filed
1961 shall be Mrs. Carrie Avriett
general election by the State Oomptr '

eligible for general re-elctlon electionelected to said of office, Board prior to the Uecwith issuance theState of Youll to so proud of your lowly stationary, dor* In btootiruHy come STOP < -

in the I such bonds certificates, whichever .
at the
general but the election governor of 1966 and thereafter the is revenues the, lesser."an,accruing be servicedby thereafter taste and yowH b* ptastd ot tfw MnsIbU pric mod* possible MALICIOUS
t 1'
be eligible for reelection -
shall not
to said office the next succeeding under the provisions shall the of State thisAmendment'nqr by famous Coronet T .rmogravln;. WOODS, .. .

term. Board during the first follow- 1
DeIt further Resolved by the ; ing the ratification of year this amendment BURNING!
Arrivals \
of the State of Florida:
Legislature '
issue bond* or certificates In blyItatlots ColIn Cards New
amendment ,
That the following : excess of aei'e1f.'tn' times the anticipated ;
1\'. Section 20 of the constiArticle revenue from said Gross Receipts \ s end Announcement Pcrsonefetd Stationary I -.A
be and
tution of the state of i
the same is hereby agreed to and during Taxes'each" succeeding durjnsaid; Tear; year, more nor 'e 7' Luncheon Imitations 'IftrOfMOl plOWS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. White

shall be submitted to the electors of' than four (4) times the anticipated I 1 OR Admawdm.nis Monogramnttd Napkins are parents of a son, named Danny
approval or ,
the state of Florida for .
from said Gross Receipts
election to revenue Al Horn.A Crewman White born on September -
rejection at the general Taxes during such year No electionor : Monogrammed MatakboobWeddfog -
be held November 5. 1963 as provided approval hf qualified: electors orfreeholderHectors AMIQYiI.fll.fltsB 1 Hamilton. Memorial H0s-
in Article XVII. Section '3 of .shall be requiredfor pital.

the Florida constitution the Issuance of bonds or certificates -
That three fourths (*4) of all r
elected to each house of hereunder. Ao.pkrl./.cilon o/ correct rfyfes, -_-_-..:""_ ...:.IIr'J.Ir-:NAMMA""
member \ After the Initial issuance of anybonds I - -
the legislature does determine I thatn 1
or certificates pursuant to PROMPT DEUVSKS
emergency requiring an early this Amendment the State Board
necixion\ by the electors of the state i
does exist with reference to this I I,bonds may or hereafter certificates Issue which; additional will rank lIS Yew ...... sni=t II KINGSBERRYHOMES,

amendment to ArticleI' 'Section" equally and on a parity as to Hen , Frassri.. br U.
20 of the constitution. 1
on and source of security for pay-
Section :20.! Governor's cabinet.- ment from said Gross Receipts Taxes -
The governor shall be assisted by with any bonds or certificates
Administrative officers as follows: theretofore issued pursuant to thisAmendment t 1'e' !
'.A secretary of state, attorney gen .r-
lout such additional at .
eral. comptroller treasurer !! parity bOhd, ot certificates' shall not ..--- CatalOg
"tntend.ent of public: luper-I be issued unless the average annual \ SatnP le I Ii

commissioner of agriculture amount of the revenues derived Tpplett: i
shall be elected at the same from said Gross Taxes dar Co .
Receipts See
N e''S'tr

as the governor for the came and shall termprovided hold their, ]taffit"f'1I ;Ing fiscal the years Immediately or the amount preceding of two the J Sper I : -OVER 80 PLANS TO SELECT FROM-

that the first election of such" officer revenues derived from said Gross / e

under this section shall be had ,!Receipts Taxes duriag the Immediately Home
at the time of voting for governor in I: preceding fiscal! year as ; Ownership Is Very Simple
1964 for a term of two (2) years and shown in filed
a certificate the
therf'aftf'rmment'lng with thetime 1 I State- Comptroller with the by State ;, e&t 1 When Handled '

said. officers voting shall for governor be elected In for 1966.aterm (.. Board bondn prior to the. issuance of such foa. .. C;: I by Experienced

or certificates whichever t- :\ .
of four (4).years.vo.. ,'the lesser shall have bee equalto I Pponlpr ....
SrBSTITtTK FOUAKVITK I I one and one-thfrd(1 ,l/SjrrtlmeK :, l'r .; S. -- --- .
the aggregate amount of principalI )

JOIXT' >0._nKSOLUTIOXt 24 and in any Interest succeeding which fiscal will become due -S : -- : .j'S. i ; TOWNSEND HOMES CORP.
ing A an JOINT amendment RESOLUTION to Article" propos XII of I I I bonds'pursuant or certificates to this theretofore Amendment year on issued CAM ? iSHNOT : .

the Constitution of Florida by addng j land then outstanding and the additional WILL BUILD

.a section of to state be numbered authorising by the.ectetary the I I I parity bonds or certificates >:D Vluo:
then proposed to' be 1 wBltr
issued. "NoI
Issuance" of bonds for capital outlay J "S'E 3-bedrdom*
at institutions of higher learning Including I I I bonds tions ,whatsoever certificates shall or other obliga Elr 1 or VA bath
junior college and certain be issued under the any :.
I provUions. of I
vocational technical school pledging
this Amendment BRICK HOME
except such
certain tax funds: providing for the I or ......UO('.,.. initially Issued bonds here .
use of accumulated surplus to pay I under and such additional
for any capital outlay project there I parity j
or certificates Yd1JR
Its provided :"In ON LOT
tofoVe authorised by the Legislature; i this partlgraph.otwithstaoding .. ,
f rt:
providing procedures therefor: providing I' any other provision herein no such .t1:. r "

State Board powers, of and Education duties of and the lied bonds' or certificates shall be author ,:' V.A. No Down Payment
or validated during
any biennium
State Board of Administration: and in excess of fifty million dollars,- ., F.H.A.Minimum Down
requiring a special election thereon.Be ,
except by two-thirds i
It Resolved by Legislature members vote of the- (Small Cost
elected Closing
to each house )
of'] iI"SJOl
of the State of Florida. the legislature i5 RED A GTUW > '
That Article XII of the Florida that during the: biennium provided further Other Type Financing Available
1963-19CS axle GIST SCIeNTISTS
Constitution be amended by adding seventy.five (75) .
the section set forth below to be be authorised and validated dollars may ..: .J.e. Wlct IHPICATEP) THAT BASS SEE I
numbered by the secretary of state hereto.c pursuant GET ABOUT'LIKE MAil Arlie Townsend &:. Gene Paramorehave
and that said amendment be submlttd ( ) Capital outlay projects' there, .,: COLORS
to the electors of Florida forratiflcatioa
tofore authorized by the legislator ; WOUL WHJJ.E LOOKING ..

election to or be rejection held under at a authorityof special for Ing any or Junior Institution College of Higher IIhall- be Learn.eligible ... .. 1 -ZTHROU6H: A P/IR. OF f over: 20 years combined experience in the con

Sectioa 3 of Article XVII of the to YELLOWISH TINTED GlASSES
participate in struction and
Florida Constitution on Nov. I. 1963 cruing under the funds -co- OR financing of homes.
That three-fourths (%\ of the mem ed from the proceed Amendment deriv (f Au., FISH CAN HOT I
of bonds or '
toeirhln of the Legislature does
certificatesand said Gross Receipts BiE UP&SiPro HAVE ; ; .
determine that an emergency exists

., requiring an early decision' by the In Taxes such under manner such as regulations shall be determined and VEU.5 TXS. SAMe COLO. VISION ,; 'I I. I i TOWNSEND HOMES. CORP.
electors of this state. .
). That beginning by the State' Board. sad the e, SOME MAY .
State Board sha l __ k
January 1 .1964, and for fifty (51) to the \ use or transmit SIZE HO COLOR AT AU.DEGREES Builders of
year thereafter all of the proceedsof the Board State of Board of Control or to S.TUWES REVEALED THAT BASS ,.. : I Ipngsberry Homes
the FublieIftstniction; of ut. GHLY' OF
derived from dr
the revenues any.'C'OuntT authorised- bylaw te .: .. WERE STRONGLY /4TTltAGT>=D { "
taxes eollectd from "
gross every receipts person. including municipali outlay construct projects or acquire the such Capital ..-. ''TID REP (AU.SWt !s' FROM D,4 *: t:16UTH5S: FROM LIGHT I P.o.POx 576, ;y.: LIVE OAK, FLA.
amount of .the ARK
receiving payment' for electricity TO i
flea TO: PINk)
proceeds of such WITH YELLOW
bonds of certill- Stt7otl ARLIE
for light .heat or power fr cates or Cross 1FLO I TOWNSEND. Owner
Taxes to be
manufactured for
natural gas
light heat or power for use of tele applied to or used for such capita GENE PARAMORE. Sales Manager
phones and for the sending of telegrams outlay projects. If for any reason p/DA .SAMAN> FAtSff WAT&t FISH CMlMIfS/AV J
aDd telegraph mea.acet- as any of the proceeds of any bonds or


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Friday September, 6, 1963 THE J ASP E.R.N E W S. .,, JASPER. ? 'FLORIDA' PAGE THREE

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care copied to a very large'degree 'stop this on my phone at least. DETERGENTSFOR
I :' From = Za Classroom I ;from theirparents or associates. -\'. I
Copier:= tt ,1r They even simulate the feeling 1 I' SURPRISE PARTY -, THE SOUL
I "! :
!t. ;
.... -
l otis and symptons-that is they imagine _
() i ir them-of their parents until it Mrs.i.---H .l&Mneoeki: j was the ())}. Note-We believe talent
(from the Gaine. r honored guest at a Suprise should be recognized, so we de-
.. .;JN RUGGED LESSONS r\ --- ti J JI is almost impossible to detect the j birth-I
\. A correspondence petweep 'a T difference between ,the simulation'I day- party, Wednesday cided to put the name of the
I I at 3 o'clock at her home. Ii' i ii author at the bottom of this
Gainesville : sciences "teacher and .for six months-it turned out to be (Continue From Page 2) the reality. '
( I. 'I'i The originators of the party were little composition.)
an Army helicopter pilot in' Viet closer to a year. An understanding o fthis 'psychic'contagion'
,"l* Nam enede in a happy reunion:'for' ,>, In H-21 cargo helicopters" called tsst with the judging at the band is tremendously impor- Mrs. Georgia! Wetherington; and DUZ you DREFT along with. the

both at Buchholz Junior High the "Shawnee, Bryan and mem- shell. tant both to pedagogs and parents. ,.'Mrs. Bunny Smith. TIDE? Now is the time for all to
schooL h i bers of his transportation: company At 4:30 the personal interviews < The greatest school after aQ is I i I Just a small group of close CHEER up if you want real JOYin
toted Vietnamese,soldiers on com- by the judges.At ) the school of look and acts rather friends 'were invited. In the center your life, the TREND is to
Lonnie Bryan interned under. ,bat missions. After unloading the 6 o'clock there was a buffet!than that of books' and facts.A was this beautiful cake with the BREEZE to CHURCH regularlyeach ,

Miss Frances Fabrick-in 1957Atluring -' r I sometimes reluctant troops, the supperthe Mayport Navy Officers point of view is much more important birthday candles. The seated Sunday morning Too many
his undergraduate days as an Mr. and Mrs. Hancock WOODBURY their heads In the
helicopters re-supplied them, evacuated escorting the young ladies. that a participle and char guests were
education major at the University ( pillow, or, be a HANDY ANDY
their wounded and carried ,, Bro. Sayer nova, Mrs Kirby
The Band shefll the acter is more important than
was gain conougatiorv -
of Florida.
: back the dead. Sandlin, Mrs. Nettie Reid, Mrs. around the house, forgetting that
: \ scene of ,judging the
". ;" \, ,> When jfe Bryan graduated* the Army f -puC1f'.1 his comrades'diot. noti:|I j women evening dress young-the".- In the light of this it becomes :'and Will the\hostesses Carter Mrs. Lillian Mrs/JSmith,Culbreath and the LESTOIL.LORD'S Don't'DAY push was+ meant your LUX for

beckoned and the next four and one, come back victims: of.enemy VietCong :escorts for the evening, were again important that '.gr wn ups" take
t' Mrs. Wetherington. too far by neglecting God, or you
half years, found him flying choppers ground fire. Officers from the Mayport Naval
I care not only as to how we talk might have to send out an .
in North Carolina Alabama 'Station. The The sons of Mrs. Hancock had
contestants lead with.
\7hey fired at us with everything and act but even how we think and the DOVE of Do'we haveto
Texas, Georgia and! Viet Nam.. X s ra rifles, pistols, tommy guns { their /Escorts the grand march feeL sent beautiful flowers. The guests peace.
DIAL to remind of the
All through his Army service before the general dance. brought gifts. It was her 80th birth you you
machine and crossbows.
guns even : Be sure your child will find you IVORY palaces and VELvet car-
Bryan and Miss I abnck kept in. Bryan doesn't know if it was a It was,a colorful affair and pleas out and imitate you. day. pets up yonder? Now this isn'tJust
touch with an occasional letter.: Joke or not but one of his buddies ;ing not only to the winners but to The' power of precept has always idle BABO. Worship will. add
Once in a while his military duties found stuck in thefuse-the Hamilton County Chamber of
an arrow
been defeated when opposed to the to your LIFEBUOY, so why not
permitted, Bryan Visited wth his ;lage of his chopper after returning Commerce. Ann was
: sponsored bY''the power of example. WHISK yourself out of bed each
friends at Buchholz. frpm a mission Jasper Garden Club. Sunday, dress up SPIC and SPAN,

Last month when Bryan turned ,1<:;:':Exploding anti-aircraft shell hurled I r :j i Jack and Francis Vinson and I! a and DASH like a COMET to God's
in his flight coveralls: he headed*School before coming to the Univer by antiquated Red!! guns frequently Mr.. W. B. Feaele received an sons Brad and Jeff are back from a House of Prayer? Singing PRAISEto

for Gainesville. sity of Florida. were filled with old nuts award-as the First-President of the delightful visit In the mountains of God can bring ,,CLEANSER to

.. This week he is teaching seventh When he graduated in 1958 he and bolts he related. j ,Crown*, Chamber. .of.Commerce. Nr.Carolina and Ga. In Gastonia your soul, for it needs a good RTN-
:- I
t grade science students at Buchholz, ,:went into the Army' with a reserve I. Also a lot of the,bullets and shells i. i 4- N. C. they were guests of Mr. and SO, don't let PRIDE get in your
.)k In her toortJ:. next to'Bryan's hisj commission from the ROTC. After.,iiredat them were U. S.made Mr. and'Mrs.:: Jimmy Bell are Mrs. Gallogher. He of the goodwill way-you need God. PLEDGE
former teacher, Miss Fabrick, will service offered: Bryan said, captured by the Communists visiting the parents Mr. and Mrs. ., Publishing Co. Mrs. Gallagher yourself anew to Hi mnow and life
be, at, her; old stand, teaching i two years he was Germany, from the Vietnamese. .% B. B. Hill,,of Jennings. Jimmy has :is Ed Craton's sister. will be full of ZEST.
to to
an opportunity go
science too, as she has for the last i but it meant extending his service Bryan is married to the former just received his PhD. from! U of They came on down to Ashville i, -by C. D. Barker
26 years. ( Ann Ress of Clearwater also a Miss and has accepted a place at and Cherokee. The boys were es- 0 0I
( "She had a lot of influence cn my :two more years. graduate of the UF College of Ed- \'I Oak Ridge Tenn. They have al- pecially; struck with ghost town at'I Q I

decision togo into teaching," i He did' ,so, but instead of the ueation .They have two young! chi ready moved but have this interim Maggie's Valley. Returning they, .I STAPLERS and STAPLES
Bryan said. pleasant tour of duty he anticipated dten. vacation before spin gto work. rounded out the trip with a stop in :' DARK THE JASPER NEWS

r I How will the ex-Army captain in Germany, he found himself He is the son of Mrs. India liar- I Rev. and Mrs. Richard Akinhusan Atlanta.'S. .
make the transition from the smell in steaming Viet Nam with the first buck and sister of Mrs. Adina Simpson and two daughters Carol and t!.
of gunpowder to that of chalk? contingent of U. S. Pilots to be'I of Jasper.Tommy i:Kathleen Orlando were guests The Stella Williams Kindergarten .
"Teaching seventh graders will 'ent'there. ': Tomlinson, principal atj!''over the weekend of Mrs. Graham : opened Tuesday morning Sept WE HAVE
be like being in a different world i Buchholz, said he and!:Miss Fabrickhad ''Black and Miss Marian Worley. 13 with 22 present with others to
after handling Army troops, but I "We all thought it was a training both kept in touch with their]The Rev. Akenhusan pastor of the .enter. Each child seemed excited

I'il make the adjustment" he said::. I I exercise which "vas" scheduled to- former intern. j I:Methodist: ,church here several to get back with the group. Mrs. .. .. :. >: ALL SIZES -.' '.
The 26 year old soldier turned last six months.; Tm mighty glad we did too," teacher was born in Tampa but 'As so often happens in the military Tomlinson said. "Luckly we were.:Methodist Orlando.. Mr. i to have' the priviledge of picking '.
lived most of his life in Jasper, I[ Bryan soon.found out it was able to find a spot for him when san,was and is an << Akenhu-I I up her little group. If there are OF

graduating from Jasper High no "exercise," aId he wasn't thereBackToSchool he came back." *..scian. ',other parents who would like their

I I ____ _..:..._--.:.____ I The twin daughters are college I children to attend kindferearten... : .
non;:) ean .
Kathleen entered F. S. U. this week' .1

,: NEWSby Carol goes to Emory where: she will GET THIS! |

study professional nursing. Some down''
people are so low
3VIr" Mary CoIIIm that to make trouble in a home is
r PIANO SPECIALS I Mr. and\Mrs.. Sammy Sears spent their way of life. The mind if we'
Official Board meeting Tuesday the weekend with the mother .
a ., Mrs. call it that, is In the mire. Also Polaroid
September 10. 7 p.m. at the Meth- Lillian Sears. They were returning .
RECONDITIONED PIANOS, A-I $100 up odist Parsonage. All members are from this honeymoon in Jamacia to Someone caned my phone Wednesday -
urged to come. Visitors are always Orlando. Miss Betty Sears of Lake I I and asked that I get a 1. FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
Remanufactured $395)) $295 neighbor to the
Factory (reg. I welcome. City joined them here for the weekend phone. I asked her

(including bench} tuning, ancrdelivery) t: Chicken Pileau dinner, Friday, '. name 3times and she reluctantlygave

9 Kohler & Campbell Milton 41inch.Console .: Sept. 6. 5:30 7:30 at the CorinthChurch . rot get it the and last in such name.a way I could 24-hour Developing
(Returned from Rental) EXTRA SPECIAL rl!t Proceeds will be used for repairs 2 Cups Tennessee water Skillet ground Bread meal The neighbor called the number

Henry F. Miller 38-inch Spinet, Floor Sample, $500 A i I Everyone is cordially invited. 11 baking powder and for her pains got an unsavory

J (Early American Maple $695)) : Prayer meeting Wednesday 7: 11 soda. I report of her husband.
reg t: .... Iwant to find out the one who THE JASPER
I: pm Sept. U at Mrs. Cora % spoon salt
Many Other Specirls on New Pianos and Organs! Our study will be in- the book of 2 eggs ,".. called and I think I canAVe do not

COLONIAL HOUSE OF MUSIC I I Revelation. This will be a wonderful 2 cups buttermilk. I live in that atmosphere and will

hour of study and fellowship.W. 4 tablespoons bacon.-,drppings,tstir use. all means in my power, to ..... ---
'1108 N..Patterson.- VALDOSTA Phone '244-2934 S. c. S. met In theEducational dry ingredients together' ,adtt egg
) Building at the Methodist Church and milk heat bacon dripping in i r
.f .F5 C .CRLi'J;) :_cM;)_ C;:) C;:) _L There were 18
Monday 7:30 p.m. skillet til smoking hot. Mix quickly
members present.. Mrs. Cora Hill- into batter-and quick as quick pour FINALClearance
house was in charge o fthe program into hot skillet and bake 15 or 20
The hostesses, Mary Collins, minutes. Do this right and the
t ''Avanell Altman, and Beverly But- bread won't stick to skillet and will ,
PEARLE.OPTICAL- MEANS t lard served salad, cookies and be brown and crisp. F FHJ1
il ,Punch after the meeting. .
k COVERED DISH SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bembry,
r I A.'lNUAL COMMUNITY Evelyn and Shelton spent the week ,
Friday Sept. 13, 7p.m. the W. S. end in Nashville, Tenn. where they ,
AT REASONABLE PRICES... f C. S. will sponsor the annual sup- attended the wedding of their son
I and brother LaVelle ,to Miss Reb-
per for the school faculty. .Everyone ,', ...
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ecca,Kelly on Saturday August 31
"r is invited to come and bring a !.
1JUI,4YJ' covered: dish. This will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist .
F' at the Methodist Church out sideif Church of Nashville. They visited t.! IA ..
'M \ the weather permits. IMf 1 1i I r. and Mrs. Larry Smith in Atlanta ,
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We wish to congratulate Dan, on Labor:,Day returning home !t :
and Lillian White on the birth on Tuesday. >' I
...the eye of every patient of a baby boy born late Sunday)r < -io
< are thoroughly and scientifically evening Sept. 1. We wish this litheixnndie FROM SOMEBODY'S BOY I

t en mined for disease,.,'\".\,'r(f I liT""I rlt\. of joy wil Ibring them much "PSYCino CONTAGION !
a. defects: end visual abnormal*':\k"\ { .' happiness. There are certain types; of ani- 'I

tie*.If needed glasses will bet > The M. Y. F. will meet at the mats which take their color from,
pratcdbed to exact require.rr'_#.' fethodist Church Saturday 3 p.m. the setting which they are plac- ,

meat And.: at Pearle! Optical: 'for their Bike Hike You young ed.A
&;;t:,. the mOlt complete Optornc- folks get a bike and come along. I chameleon, I believe is reported Ladies Dresses

trio tenrieet and glasses are ;'You old folks get a bike and come to haVe'xice: "busted 'trying to |I .
I rJ avaIlable at. the most reason' lalon. gtoo. If you'think' : you con hold I "make good" on a Scotch plaid. :
able cost. out. After the Bike Hike they will Children are imitators. Their A
p meet at Mrs. Virginia Daniels for I I habits of speech their likes and /I Junior Misses Half Sizes

I a taffy pull. I dislikes, their emotional reactions 1.A
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.'. : : '!'agricul\u'e,department, We expect3a ['1Yh 'J ;# nt $ .Religios-Unity? CEMETERY** WROiONGj .. A,organiza- a y '- >
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{ .. .. There will worldng."at'Pool
y I f fion &.activity:program feswell'as 1iIr"10 tt"-- ;
I. 1 .. :.You ood c : in every class room teaching situ Webster says that Unity- means must pledge to, give the Lord?.' f Pond Cemetery on Septpl4jrAn LOW

I .' &-M. 'L. P __ d ._. 1,I ation.The teachers hope to lead the (1);jOneness/the state of being one I My answer wQ,of course bet air I I who are Interested please come. f f LONG' TERM ;
,., ,_ singleness Some- Ttor Intend =
,with quality:, "performance being united. ((2) emphatic andj to provemy bring a lawn,mower. Also bring a -
.... .. '. .. way ,,- -. LOANSf
considered in '
thing complete JtseMsingle. answer: by the simple
teachings old
*or me. last.,several years Florida ;- would oe wen for parents 10, crop I themselves.Then: picnic: basket ,ands*enjoy an I ,
teachers have .been paid on a by during some of these preplanning : we want to do more than (3) The quality of being one of God's word a,true answer. fashion picnic lunch together at ..
ten months basis. Along'with this'i I sessions and see what is goingon. I to just have this a slogjufld"rthe: in spirit sentiment, 'purpose, etc. Tithing was commanded of the noon.... hour., I Thru ii2 ,.
system they have been asked and ..%. .!faculty.; members. We want to sell Harmony ,agreement concord uniformity. Jews only, Lev,27:30-32and; ( : ; constituted I FEDERAL LAND BANK

andjexpected to render ten months t'I 1 We would like to discuss just one this idea |o every: individual pupilto (Websters college edition : ,trejn giivng a tithe (tenth) Live ,Oak : 362-1525
P. T. A. and ) of the.seed. .of thee land or ,off;the the proceeds of tltose'1ess fortunate
service:This: has been divided into small Item that was discusssed: end every parent, to.tle; I I
fruit ot the .trees, is the Lord's; it than they, who kept igmraat ofGod's Federal BankassocrATrQH
interested What are Land
organization -
Sine;month or,180.days of teaching ; adapted: during our pie: =plaiaIing to everyother. ever your conception.oflunity i is unto the ''Land.etc..Eventhose
service. 'with ten days of preplanning -I'sessions with the Jasper teachers I in the education,ot our: boys} happens to be: it must.:be de- holy truth on hiss,Bother. sub-
and ten days,of post planning which: we hope wfil be quite significant --L J and girls In "fact(: we would like rived from an understanding ;of. I .today who claim to practices j jI jects. T ..
work. In these and meaningful through out to sell:the idea-to the entire community what the word itself means. But I tithing do not;obey the.Lord"s. command LIVE OAK

200 days of ser- the entire school year.-It is'quite 1' ; and: io the entire county .when we speak of religious unitywe [I fully therefore ,are in error 1 I Sincerely B Kenneth E. Thcrnas. 311 I South Ohio AvenueStvPetersburg
if tithing was binding today. We ox 226 Jennings
vice there 3 recog! common for most organizations, When we say that w e want to sell must not only fake into Consid-
I Ijave, noticed'in a previous article Oak Grove'Church of Christ
l jnized holidays for businesses, classes and groups to. this idea to every individual pupil eration-what the word means, but.l i.I _....
: '
however,that\me old" has
that we-would liket hoer the"scriptures:? .aw beers
'. ,the teachers. Parr adopt slogans or theme that will we. mean: to say, it Is used in
; .,.-.:' ants often wonderLand be pertinent to their respective osee him' buy the idea in,such a When Christ'prayed for unity of all replaced by e .new and' better law 1! -
I sometimes We feel this spirit that he will be satisfied with believers in Jo. 11:20-21. That with better promises. Hebrews 8:67. -.' ,
organization or cause.
_J ask questions to be 'one less true or importantfor nothing }ess than his oWn best performance they may all be one". He didn't No .where under the New Testament !

about what tea- th<. rrhool. From this line of on every'assignment, mean one individual evidently be( can anyone find scriptural't
t chers do during thinking emerged the slogan which every examination and every test. cause he said "As he and the whether you except tithing to bej I ,
,r these preplanning the Jasper Elementary and High I[that he is to undertake. It means father are one" How are they one? proof that we are to tithe today j e
'_ and post plan School teachers adopted for the that work will be done with skill We find that the scriptural answer I I la tenth or any other sepcified! FLORIDA
ring school days. Post planning 1963-64 school term. The theme 6r:L I and care and that he win not seek would! be found! in the third mean- I'amount. One reason being as re-
time is ,largely consumed! by putt- ,slogan is as follows: "We Will I to get by with shoddy mediocre ing as given by Mr. Webster "Onein I corded by Paul we are not under ,'.
ing the finishing touches to, the Move Forward With Quality Performance -I i and unaccptable work. It means spirit sentiment and purpose." the letter of the law but the spirit =' it's fun, anytime, -! ,'
All student and that his behavioir pattern will be I 11 Cor. 3:6 that doesn't in way'j J
school year. grades ." We recognized at once One in doctrine read.John 8:2829.I any at Redington Beach
.records are brought .up-to-date and In 'that a lady or, gentlemen. In mean that we are not to obey God's |
that the mere adopting of a themeor wish for us to notice briefly in
final reports for: the year are turn-,' slogan.bad no particular meritor II short whatever is done will have a this weeks article another simple i commands but simply that we i It's real fun at the Billows, overlooking
high ,degree of quality.v trust must obey with the proper attitude the Gul&.!Full sized kitchen
ned in. Preplanning seems to be value in itself. However, it wasI teaching of God's wot'd upon whichwe I opartments,
far more significant and important I are consensus of opinion and the I Ii that the parents will join hands must unite tE please God. of spirt or'mind. Christ explainedit completely furnished, for all the family.

\. than post planning. For it is here i i avowed purpose of every effort|I I I I with ,the'teachers an dthe puipls In Another of the things which goes to ', in these words in John 4:24 "For Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks.
that definite and concrete plans for on the staff ,to make every effort 1[I helping us realize this goal of performing promote division in the religious God is a spirit ,and" they that wor-I sightseeing golf, and fine restaurant -

the coming year are formulatedand !to live up to the spirit and letter of I II I with quality. Help see to world because it is taught and be-.;spirit and in truth. :. Beautifully kept grounds,
'finalized. It is here that ; lit that your child comes through Here the New Testament teaches i and whit sandy beach.
new the slogan during the coming term. I I I leived by many contrary to the Lovely
personnel is oriented into our sys- I When we say that: We will move I with quality performance. If hedoesn't scriptural teaching' of the New ,for us living this side of the cross. 11 COMPLETELY furnished I apartments,
tem and our respective school. It is ,forward with Quality Performance, and the other puipls do Testament. This subject being jin 1 Cor 16:1-2. Paul through insprtation FURNISHED double! occupancy, from

at this time that teachers spend ,we expect it to be felt in every I I your child may be left behind be- "How is the New Testament' } said "As I have given t APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week,
much time ( cause we intend to push in this finance it's,order to the churches of Galatia, I for two.w. .
studying the records of I phase of school activity. We ex- church commanded to
the children that they will have I pect to see it in the athletic prop -I I direction for the entire yea WeI program of work? Many groups[even so do ye. Upon the first day 1 wIll "Pick You Up"
during the of school I I I would like to say just a word hereabout and I of the week let every one of you lay A WEEK
coming term j warn, we expect to see it in the believe teachpractice com- MTrlt for Information
and become pretty well acquaintedwith band and the glee club program j I: this idea of quality performance mand of their followers" tithing'i him instore as God has prosperedhim FOR 'TWO and reservation

her class long before they I I we expect to see it in operation in, i II in school attendance. We which ordinarily means a tenth of I i "N<7N every week has a S
want to urge parents once again first day therefore this is to be iAY t.
actually her class j I ,
come to room. It the commercial horns making andj| one's income. It can however According -
!please don't condone your child ,obeyed every first day of every fJ1UJ9J
.. to Webster mean "a
.1 staying out of school for any reason week. Now how much did Paul'
to the Jews it was a tenth.
..- 11! unless it is absolutely neces- say to lay by in store? Answer "As i ,
But that is beside the point now.
Today You Need :; t sady for him to A child just God has prospered him". Can any APARTMENT Mont
# cannot render: quality performane In this lesson what we wish to Mk one find a specified amount here .
4 on his class work unless he has reg and answer in a scriptural manneris No, turn & :read 11 C 71_._958. This TELEPHONE 391-5221 }
Regular ExpertdC'APCAREt "Can dictate to, or command 16113 GULF looLEY AID,
I ular attendance in school. Poor at- anyone shows that we are to give some
tendance is our greatest cause of of any the Christian the. forethough to our giving but still no fcCDINCTON lEACH .
exact I amount which he or she amount is specified. In facrtft says ST.,rcmssuRG I. FLORIDA ': '
not grudgingly' : or of necessity but ...... ...... ....... ...... ...... .Ar..A..A..6..A...
AcL D xlzo howl Every man according as ,he
c failure & school drop outs. We hope purposeth in his heart(mind .
'I ,Pianos Organs that the PTA & eves other organization ft7"A -. .J'.T'w"T.,7'.4"'V
Modern "Tin Lizzie.and friendsare > in. the community & county One final example and we will

much more complex'. th t's., -. COLONIAL:, will join forces in helping us in let the subject be left to your consideration FSALE
and that is found in
HOUSE OF MUSIC towards the
why you l need the thorough, ., l r : quality every way performance.possible We believe Mark 12:41-44. Here Christ him-

< NEW, USED, AND\. self plainly shows that the amount
regular care and service that this is a good slogan for any-
REMANUFACTUKEDPIANOS, bne to adopt whether he is directly is not the important thing, but USED REPOSSESSED
our experts give I ... concerned with school matter or I I the attitude of mind of the one giving. ,

Try our Car Wash! not. The slogan does not even This account shows the rich PRACTICALLY NEW!
No Down Payment. Up to man casting in much, and along
tion education and we left men-I
t 3 years to pay widow _
; came a poor woman and
word intentionally": It
Smith'sGULF was
Jerry f '. / 1 Call Collect and our' display ing that we moved forward with cast In one farthing .amounting to
truck will bring it to I quality performance that education I about .3 of a cent in our money, FordsonDextra

STATION : i y...ur front door. I would take care of itself. It what- today. Christ said she gave more
: 108 N. Patterson fitself. In what-i than them all. If this wouldn't
would take care, o
Jasper Telephone 792-3781 shame ,those who make it their
; Will Move
us as we say'We
1 I Valdosta .. Ph- 24/-29S4 ,I Forward With Quality Performance" I business to access the membershipfor Diesel Tractor
a specified pledge or amount I
.. ? can't think that would.) I have personally -}

,known of some who had to ,Used Less Than

,- go and borrow money from the I $2700
"When'safetx counts signs-and rubber compoandsproduce l65 better bank to' pal'} their pledge. before 300 Hours' Only

MM* .. less'noise and they were accepted into the good
.traction..more mileage. road .
of their church I
graces fellow mem- *
ciunton ATLAS vibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a ,. bers especially the leaders. ,

every mile choice ,of two 'ck-action guarantees: adjust- : Yes we can unite upon this simple .

'.: I you drive, new ATLAS{Tlycron Tires work to ment prorated on the tread remaining, or on New Testament teaching, but Jrd-
the liklihood of such being accomplished NEWSOME
[ keep you safe. With 25rriore working,rubber number of months in use. See your Standard is very remote because too- .s
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'.., on the road: you get ,better skid-resistance... 'station today. Find out how little safety costs! many: are living too "Fat" from : Q FORD TRACTOR CO.

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SIX THE JASPERNEW. : : JASPER FLORIDA Friday, September 6, 1963

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time sevefas'Fire'PCliieficr'the 1 linen with champagnetyargaaza'threequarter .

1'White,Springs Fire Department fora 1- ,.,.-' length, sleeves. The \ :
[ number of years. I I Ibell-skirtj had flat"--bows-1n: "the .

I I back and the attendants head
OB1TUAMES2VfR Survivors Wife, Jettie L. Roberts pieces were champagne pearl'dus- j

White Springs,.One son J. B. Rob I ters With matching veils. The ma!

erts White Springs, One Daughter tron of- honor's bouquet was of)]
Mrs.( Martha R. Smith Gainesville Talisman roses and the bridesmaids -' t
One brother Brownie" Roberts;I carried bouquets ofxlongl I
Mrs. T. C Brannon Jr.. Mrs.
White Springs, Five grandchildren stemmed American
Beauty roses. I James fleas, Mrs Eugene Johnson
also survive. The flower girl Doris Black of
I Mrs. William Frangus Mrs. Albert
Joseph B. Roberts, Jr., 70 prominent Funeral services were conductedat 1 Lakeland, cousin of the bride wore Gleason, Mrs Ray Rouse Mrs.
3:30 Wednesday, August Miss Becky Willis Weds I a mint green long dress falling .
resident of White Springs died p m. : from waistline Ison: McUn and Mrs. James Blank
empire and .
eot the Lake Shore Hospital Lake 28 at the Baptist Church in White I Miss Bettye: Sears Miss Vicki
scattered from small
Springs with Rev.John Dicks-officiating Mr. Sears In OrlandoMiss rose petals a
Qty, Monday morning, August 26 I ) (white' basket. III I Ii (Purpura and Miss Marjie O'Neal b- I
assiste\1 by the Rev. Claude
.. '' brides
following, brief illness. :Mr. Roberts I i Guests. were seated by Eugene 'registered the guests in the }

was\.a native of Dade City i I,Bally. Interment was, in Riverside I .., II" Pratt, Robert Abernathy. Rand book.I ..:''; '
Florida .moving to White Springs Cemetery in :White. Springs withSberriHGuerry Black with Jib'' and Gerry Black. ;I!I I Gwin and Coleman Pratt passedto .

with his parents in 1902. He attended Funeral Home.I w I serving as door pages. the guests small initial boxes t
Whte springs schools Gordon Lake City; in charge of \ When the groom awaited his tied with white satin ribbon containing -

:Military Institute at Barnesville ments (bride at the altar he was attended "the groom's cake".

Ga. and the University of Florida. Pallbearers were: arrange'I'I ; : : by Savier Sabin of Orlando as best i]j\ Just before the bride and groom

For the past forty years he operated -I,I iams, Ingham Cone, __ U '\man. departed. Miss Becky Lou Black ja

Roberts Garage in White Spring I I I Carver, Frank Wiggins, BeaU-I _____ I The bride was given in marriage supplied the guests with small net
tmtU his retirement and during that I champ and Wade Bullock. ____. by her father. She wore a formal bags of rice from a beautiful pink

i gown I of candlelight pure silk peau and white basket.
j jGt jI :de soie with re-embroidered Atencon ,
n 'For the couple's weddingtrip to '
I | lace hand-sewn with pearls. The
Il 'L/ r Jamacia the bride chose for traveling
r | scooped neckline was outlined with I
silk dress with full
lii | glace and the long sleeves appliquedwith a pongee
L .. '. .Lf + t ,sleeves worn with a sleevelesscoat
lace. The modified bell skirt
OU1 had a straight lace panel of intri- of raw silk featuring side slits GINN DONALDSON

N1 < ,cate detail cascading down the and a lining of mandarin Color and II Mr. and Mrs. Mel Ginn of White-
,"'front and the carriage back ended: a small beige hat trimmed with Springs, Florida announce the engagement -
ChanceXOV07 in a'" chapel length train. silk braid. Her accesories were! of their daughter Miss

w- a I F l I The bride's headpiece was hand blond lizard bag and shoes. Sybil Ginn of DesPlaines Illinois,

made to match the gown and crownof ,: Guests from out attend- i to Mr. Earl Donaldson, son of Mrs.

___ pearls held a four tiered veil ing were Mr. and Mrs. James;Chester B. Link of Antioch, Illinois.

N' i / { of candlelight silk illusion She Slack Becky Doris, Jib and Gerry 1 J I A November wedding is planned.

hw 'prfv4ry. wore pearls belonging to her aunt of Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ,

and a diamond pendent .a gift from Tuttte Mrs. C. S. Pratt of Braden.

q't the groom. Her: bouquet was a clus- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Pratt of'I'
.' I 'Y 'ter of white roses. Palmetto; Miss Sandi Staton of! CARDS
I TTJVIfC7l lRaf The bride's mother wore an Miami: Miss An Fortner of Ocala i!
zrG/V .5UNlW I 'American Beauty sheath of silk Miss Linda Whitman. Miss Judy I! lTHANKS"
thifon with an elongated over- Frey and 'Miss Peggy Simpson of 1

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHITECH OF CHRIST I blouse. Her. matching hat was Tampa; Mrs. 'J. Graham Black of .

BAPTIST CHURCH Between Jasper and Jennings ; !1iy made in a torque design and she Jasper; Mrs. Cornelius Tuggee of I i

Pasta Rev. Henley on highway 41 I wore a corsage of pink orchids of St. Augustine; and Mr. and Mrs. 'i

Sunday School) __. 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll I throated, in American Beauty I I i Hugh Stump of Ft. Meyers._ 1 The kindness and sympathy of

Morning Servile 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. ......... 11 to 12 (. Xs.f tr '( shades. j I[ Future home of the couple will (neighbors end friends in our re-
Union ,,.._. .. 6:30 :
Training Grandmother of the bride Mrs. cent sorrow will always remain
Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 I be 374 Starling Road Winter Park. i
Evening, Worship ____ 7:30 Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00 Sims Pratt of Brandenton, wore a The groom is an engineer at Dyna with us as a precious memory.

Midweek Prayer Service every Phone WE8-2091 :,. :a:4',4'J4Y: /)Aw'r' ; s K'$: toast colored tiered,lace dress with I Ironies Incorporated in Orlando. I Our sincere thanks and gratitudefor

--- Wednesday at---7-30 p.m. t.e ,k.:%y+. .i !Go'': .a>.... aY ..yN'.v. matching accessories and a orchid the food, for the beautiful floral
JASPER FIRST METHODIST corsage.,v offerings, prayers; and'other comforting -
-The Friendly Church"N. Sayer Canova Pastor. .. I Mrs. Mary L. Willis of Braden- NEWSO3IE HOWELL i iI acts.
E. BOOTH, Pastor tan, also the bride's grandmother I, The Family of
Sunaay School at .. .,. 9:45 '
ORDER OF RVICE -r. I was unable to attend. :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Newsome of i I Mrs. George RoyalsSGT.
Sunday School .... .__ 9:43 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 aon. j Jennings Florida announce the
Training Union ........ 6:45 p.m. j l The grooms mother wore tur- marriage of their daughter Miriam
Horning Worship 11:00 turn. Evenirig:'Worship ...*......... 8:00 :1 jquoise silk linen sheath with a Elizabeth Newsome to Dorian Har-|I I. L. WARREN
Prayer Services I Ismail feathered haC Her corsage HOME FROM KOREAi
EVENING SERVICES Wednesday ac rail Howell, son -ol Mr. and Mrs. ;i
at 730 ''was, orchids.
Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. p.m. of white Dorian Howell also of Jennings. | Sgt. Ira L. Warren, formerly of

Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00 p.m. i I' Following the ceremony a re- Harrell'tsa graduate of Jennings Jasper has been transferred by the

Youth Fellowship ___ 6:00 p.m. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD Becky Jean Willis daughter gladiolus and greenery flanked |I ception I' was held at the Dubsdredl table High School and attended North .I army from South Korea to ROTC
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oub. The bride's
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas l'1 I with branched candelabra holding Country Florida Junior College in Madison. I Istalf of Florida Southern College
Sunday School __ 10:00 ler Willis of Orlando became I !1 1I (appointed with an imported em-
Youth Social Hoar 8:00 p.m. a.m I white tapers. Small bouquets of I with Miriam is a senior of Jennings here.
Morning Worship 11:00 bride of Samuel Frazier Sears Friday -i I broidered cloth was centered \
a.m. I
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 p.m roses holding single burning High School this year.
--- -* Evening Worship 7:00 p.m evening August 23. |i tapers la I five tiered cake each tier separat He will serve as an infantry instructor -
marked the
'BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST TUESDAY The wedding vows were exchanged family pews. ted, with pink sweetheart roses. The DEAS REUNION in the army's reserve oMI -

"Bible Study at W a.m each Sun.Church Prayer Meeting' ,-.... 7:30 p.m. at'7:30 o'clock at the First Pres- Jesse Bookhardt was organistand :top tier was covered with garlandsof I leers training program for. student

Service 11 _.m. 7 pjn. FRIDAYS byterian Church in Orlando with I also accompanied Mrs. Ruth{ pink roses. The family Reunion of the descendants ''cadets. \ :'
Each First and 3rd Sunday. ,Y. P. E. :. ....J, ,.. 7:30_ pan. the Rev. Henry Gooch of Calvary I Han as she sang '"Because", 0 I Friends assisting at the reception of Major Matthew M. Dens I I \
.. I Perfect Love and"The Lord'sPrayer" I Born and rearedjn Jasper, he Is
'PBYE 6:60: p.m.: each Sunny I Presbyterian Church'officiating.'[ ?' were Mrs. Martha McCain Mrs. Sr. will be held in Live Oak Sunday W8Z-
PRESBYTERlAN-CHURCH ]Richard Grace, Mrs. Sidney Easter 8th at the Sxwvan-the son iuf -arudFMrs.Ilrren
Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor \ September I
The is the son of Mrs. B. I I \VHEston
WHITE SPRINGSRev. who iow live in
II (ling, Mrs. Hugh Byntr Mrs. LeRoy Coliseum. All descen
F. Sears and the late Mr. Sears of ]I Mrs. Willis Marshall was ma- nee County
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Ed. Montgomery Jr. Pastor ,Hoequist Jr.Mrs. Lawrence Byrne dants of Matthew M. Deas'
Jasper.In :tron of honor and serving; as brides Major Joining the army in 362 Sgt.
Evening Service ... ..
CHURCH SERVICE p. m. Mrs. Margaret Young Mrs. Ed- includes
I maids were Miss Becky Wilkins, gram registration beginning Warren is a combat veteran of
Rev. E. F. Montgomery JR., I I BURNHAM each window of the churchwas Mary EJynt and CheriJee Hoequist.of Tuttle, Mrs. Robert Lester Mrs. at 10:30 in the morning a family, Korea, and has also served"In West

Sunday School -9:45 a. m.1 I I CHRISTIAN. a .horizontal arrangement of Orlando; Miss Becky Stevens of Edmond Etchison Mrs. Hugh Sr. are urged to attend. The pro-! Germany He bas just completeda

... Services ........................ 11:00 I CHURCH white roses and a burning; candle Atlanta; and, Miss Barabra Glea- Stump, Mrs. Nora Bookout Mrs. picnic at 12:45 the roll call of descendants second tour of duty in Korea.
--- ---- Paul H. Stewart Pastor wreathed in tuberoses. The choir son of Winter Garden ,Harry Hughes, :Mrs. Sam Wilkins. at 2:00 followed by the

JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 loft was banked with white roses Their growns were floor-length I Mrs. Jerome Pratt Mrs. Eugene family history and a report of the] He and Mrs. Warren nave four

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Church Service, Second and Fourth t Pratt Mrs. Benjamine Gammage. highlights of the life of Major Deas children.

Travis Carter Sundays .................. 11:00
Sunday School ............10 a.m. CYF pJIld.Bible Study Second and r.--=".' .A.v V--- ..:-..:"' -.:'::;.- .;: ...,;:.''I\7' ..v. --... -.:-.- ....V"i

.......11:00 CLASSIFIED ADS
Morning S rvice a.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. FROM

Wednesday night: FOR SALE -.HOUSE In I SHOP '
Jasper. 3-ROOM APARTMENT For Rent/
Chcir Practice ...... 7SO p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST \
Prayer Service ...... 8:00 p.m. "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor $3500. Others priced higher. See. No children. Dan Burnham Jasper V \
Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan Reg. itpj YOUR CAR! :J
DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH : Charles W. Rogers Sr. Real Estate Brokers Jasper. tfc I
I Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. I I APPLICATIONS accepted!
Rev. Tmitt i '
lunday School _.............10 a.m. Prayer Meeting Services each Thurs, 8 p.m. HOUSE FOR RENT with bath]i for waitresses and dishwashers atLouise's | Courteous Salesladies \
,. ._ 11 aja. I Worship 2nd and 4th 2 bedroom living room and kitchen Restaurant. Under new i
rcacbitkg Sundays at 11 a.m. and 8 To Serve You ,
Training Union .......... 6:30 p.m. I' p.m See A. V. Hester. S12c ,t management. Itc j -Q. lYE ;

Preaching Service ...... 7:30 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I .
Wednesday night Prayer Rowell pastor We Produce and Process
Meeting .._...-- 1:3 0 pm.I Sunday School every Sunday at regular each month on established RENT. Telephone 792-3771 or I.I I792679L I '" ,.,
II I 10:30 aon. Studio Girl Cosmetics clients in and tic| V our own Milk direct from

WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GOD i Preaching 11:30 aon. & 7:30 p.m around Jasper making necessary REPAIRS !!I V y
We all
Sunday School) 10:00 am. Training Union .__ 6:30 i m. deliveries; etc.:S or hours per day pliances. repair types I FARM STORES our own farms
Y.P.E. Sunday ...__ 630 pjn. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at Route will pay up to $5.00 perhour. Mannings Radio Service,
Thurs. .. 7 30 p.m .7:30 Write Jasper. 792-4421. tic
Prayer Meeting. pan.MISSIONARY Studio Girl Cosmetics Dept. I.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jennings, Florida upstairs. Call 792- 33L Ro:

Rer. C. E Bailey Pastor Nathan Wooley Pastor FARMERSMONEY bert Ehlert, R_eg. Real Estate Bro

'Sunday School 10:00 a. a.I Sunday-School __ 10:'00 a.m. ker. tic .
Horning Service __.. 11:00 aja. '(Each Sunday) for your farm .opera
Training Union _.__ 7:00 p.m..,Preaching Service Each Sunday at tions at reasonable cost. Termsto
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. fit your needs. Loans to SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS -
Wednesday prayer service 8 pan. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesdayat 7 years. Can North Florida Pro Best of condition. Pric-
7:30 ed to sell. Mannings Radio Service
pan. duction Credit :
Assn. S. Ohio
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Jasper phone 792-4421 tic I
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard_ FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH Live Oak. Tel 3622588FREE --- ---- '. ---- I.
Sunday School _,..._...10:00 am. / 'W.D. Stewart Pastor GOOD USED TV InstanedTor | .
(A class for every age group>>) Sunday School 10:00 a.m. I Ii 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio I(
Worship Service 11:00 'Lm. Morning Worship T-L-11 11:00 a.IlL 1 i,Service,-T92 ttl' Jasper.. tic
Youth Fellowship 6:00 pan. training Union 6:30 p.m LUBRICATION! I Farm Fresh For Natural Flavor In Glass

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 pan. We will give a FREE Lube Job NEEDED ,
White Springs 11:00 every Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pas with each oil change-for alimited I VISIT FRIERMUSK: COMPANY- '-'
aoa. time only!
Swift Creek each Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF .Firestone Tires ,in ive OalCFIorida for all yourmusical '
3:00 pan. GOD needs from organs and (
.Deloo Batteriesat GOLDEN
pianos. to records and record players
Rer. George F.Newton 48
.FIRST METHODIST CHURCH competitive prices: tic MIgaL s
Allen Brooker, Pastor Morning Worship __)1tt) :....: TEXACO STA1tONJasper '

fiunday School _.. 10:00 aon."Worship .1 Wednesday' Night -...,<_ tf&-&a; Telepbeae.erso3 I USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR V POWER PACKED WITH PROTEIN
Service 2nd and 4th Pra rpSeniee't.- Sale. Good condition. $.SO and

...: Sundays: ...?...?. 11:00 a..m.k Y.. P. E. ,Friday Night "'JSt.: FARMS- WANTED IF YOU $50. Manias Radio Repair Jasper .. _V

Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at'' JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD would lika.. o.aeIl your farm : phone .792-4421 tic
7:00 P.HI. CHURCH see us. We have calls for farms
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at OPPORTUNITY OPEN for ambitious -
8:00 pan. Sunday. School each Sunday at Real.uJ'WHk.W.Estate Broken.L,Bryan t man 25 to I 62 to operate COUNTRY STYLE CULTURED CHOCOLATE MILKUTTEJtMILg \
(10:00 Rec..1
MYF Social Hour Each Thursday a. m. retail Watkins Route In the com-
,Services 2-2985 or SY 2.6 S1
Each Sunday moraine __ =-.1 munity. Earnings from $160.00 to DrumW.'th
and evening $150.00
easy from the beginning
THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel Sing List Friday Georgia Plate Glass Co. For interview In your area write So good for after school for the

Facfl..: "FloridaBert each month ............ 8 pan. .Store Fronts Watkins 659 West Peachtrec N. the Golden Butter Flavor children in glass.
E.: Wheeler .MIrrors ResSvered E. Atlanta. .

Sw&KT Sefeool ........ 10:00 AiLJPremebtng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .Tab Endures", Showers .(
Service ......31:09 A. LSveteg STATENVILLE. GEORGIA 215 W. Savansab CH2-5283 USED TYPEWRITER $40. Re- % gaL 32C 46c

Service .....\... 7:30 P.M. D.W. Kumos Pastor VALDOSTA j cently recondftioned-all In good In glass % gal. .
Wedaes&y Prayer Mettiag '7A. (Services EacX Sunday) ,working order. "The Jasper News ; -

Sunday School .._..,..., 10:90 aoa PIANO FOR SALE'PBACI'ICIC: "I
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11:00 UPBWHT FOR 95 s UP.
BAPTIST CHURCH Training,Union __ 6:30 par a.m COLONIAI BEOONI"BI'DONED. 'FOR SALE OR KENT. Wonder 8:00 aon. to 8:00: p.m.

Rev. Marcus Morrison, pastor Prayer Service Wednesday at OF MUBC Ilea N. .' Bar .Also ODe deep weB Store HOlIrS' ;.M, '
P3sd7&&ool ( Soaday: ..':If) pan.WHITE : I pump J75 and 4 room .House era 7 Days Per Week ,
every c443. 2 acres land Wonder Bar Jasper _
at 7dl0 IUD. $3360. -
except Afcfe Seadcy) .._,,10 a on.FreaeUaff .. .
Serviee each Ssa4y SPROfCSCOHCREGATOHAL : Ha. SISp_ _, .. 4*T1 j .s*
Five lots to shop l for dairy and ice cream products at your nearest wan
at 11 a... and TO poa. HOLINESS KJttncA.i
and two houses &( good neighbor FOR SALE Lot oa Sawa&ae
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday & School eaeb SacIq.l0ee... hood. Only '$5.eeoean Robert River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- nee VaBey Dairies Farm Store for freshness flavor, and low prices I IginfiruMifAnnnnMUjuifjjf

at 7&0 p.m. PzueIBc oeuvres every SB* aa4 :Ehlert, 792-6331, or W. L. Bryan aoea ie.In(m e Robert EHert.Real

Trafefa 9sfen .:It 'P.m.4 a Selday at 11 a.m. A 7:1t .... 792-3885! Re&..Real Estate Brokers. Estate. BroIler 7...the I J'.. \ \ \ \ \ \ : rA.i.J.J.. -J7.A--y.J ..tVttf'--'Vt--- ?: .3.PAGE .-._....

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I EIc :J asper'jeW5. : t.,With:Your.Jlome' '. .: Poor JFishing Spoils ...-... ,. -'' "

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F ; Published Every F. DemonstrationAgent! ;. Rough Fish Rodeo .:aI..!!= '- 'seM '" JV' <' <*TrFanuly .
;iM Served { i **;,'
Second Class:,:Postage Paid ""afJ"t" ori' "" : Hamilton County% Sportsman'sClub's .. : .., omen 1"'> l Hamilton Coin-fly
Subscriptions Strictly m Advance 1- "Rough-Fish Rodeo inVthree -- I IJ

:$3.00rinHamaton.." ;'Cdunty. '- $4.00-Outsid of County I. J by Wylma B. White 'I'days and fishing from removed the Suwannee mudfislv which.J ; : ". ;1-.c For."Many, : Years, -

?CSrds 'of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum gara Christian
I [weighed total of 25M oundc. This In appreciation of the many years of devotion to their own denomination -

,Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 I was far less than the Club hopedfor but most important, the local community of Jasper and this entire section

Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and PublishersBURNHAM [ when they sponsored the cleanup of Florida; 'Many of us feel that it is only proper that those who laved the Montgomery

r drive. There was both a shortage family, passed and those remaining, have a permanent record of their time in
NEuTS.the.. weekend in Jacksonville with I I : of fishermen and a shortageof our community and contribution to each in all walks of life.
1 I brother and'family, Tommy, fish, as reported by those who,I -
;i rand Dorothy Keeling. tried. Officials; know the river has I THE MONTGOMERY FAMILY IN HAMILTON COUNTY :
J fish
millions of rough however, ,
Act as if it were impossible to fail When the Rev. Ed Montgomery Jr. left his pastorate here the first of July, it
I cannot the formula for so it was just a poor time to fish. :|
'success, but give I you can give 'you the!I Dorothea., Brande A game commission.. release, !',I brought to a close over 50 years of service by the Montgomery family in Hamilton
County, and residence of three of the
formula for failure which is. Try to printed on this page, says gar are family.
please everybody. I I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boone were iIL good to, eat so'' maybe a more determined -:!'! When Rev, James Alves Montgomery moved from Texas to Florida in. 1911
Herber Bayard Swope II up from Barbeville visiting relatives YOUR I01AND YOUR LIFE attempt to catch them he jjras asked to begin preaching appointments at old Midway Church since he Was .
the weekend
in Hamilton
1, over Senior Citizens and ,could. be made in the future. I living close as *!heBBpastorin Live Oak. Members of the Midway church livfc
__ ...._ .. ... : ...,,, *?** 4'r'n"' lp, .
S 1 ;; VlS1.tlng- : .nr. ana :,DLni.rtVrge'*; f f' Dot"Lleutner aid ctuldriftn of wN'utffiGnal: Nonsense se All pri2esrere"fafeenCTyM'Joelk .J SP raesiredmVorgani2a3SricraTchurcfiTlnthe! city 'at \\itir"the cooperation- <

Young Sr. last week were their i iMacon, Georgia spent the weekend I The Senior Citizen population Hughes and Franklin Fouraker. Rev. E. W. Way, his brother-in-law, Mr. Montgomery organized here on February
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I(with her parents Mr. and Mrs. has become the target of They were fishing together and t I 25, 1912, the Presbyterian Church of Jasper. '
Beatty of Jennings their sister and .'Sullivan. Dot and children atteded many health swindles. caught more than any other two!' '
family Mr .and Mrs. Melvin. Smithof I the Sullivan Reunion with her par One of the most expensive is fishermen for a total of 33 fish to I I i During the summer of 1914, the Rev. Edwin F. :Montgomery (Sr.), then astudent
Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ents at EUavifle State Park Sunday simply the promotion of various win the $50 cash. Lawton Haskinswas in Princeton! Theological Seminary, supplied the Jasper and White Springs
Drew of Key West. ,, # foods for the prevention and treat second with 15 fish. j churches three months during which time the present frame building was completed
Charles and Lola Mae Zipperer!1!meat of ills ranging from arthritis The largest fish was caught by I 1 and occupied as a sanctuary of the congregation. ,7
i of Starke and Maxie and Lou to high blood pressure to lost man the same pair, a 15-pound gar 48- ,
I During the school term of 1913-19 '
Randall of Starke Moss Mamie Lila
Zipperer spent j Montgomery accepted a t ,
II ,hood". inches long. There were several '
b last week with his grandparents I Mathis an4 children of Gainesville I ." teaching position at Jennings and in 1919 Rev. James Ahnes Montgomery called .
7- : was
spent the weekend with their It is estimated that over $500 mil other caught .
f Mr. ana Airs tsrowara ,Bryan or{ mudnsh to be Pastor of Jasper and Midway churches and moved with his whole
the I .
I ents 'Mr. and Mrs. Broward par-I lion, half a billion is spent each pound gars and next family to
) Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Bert occupy the house formerly owned by Rev. J. L. D. Houston :
i and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 'year on vitamins, minerals and largest.In became the manse .
Zipperer. j j Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Bert I other so-called "health foods" that the total weight department for the next 30 years. Coming to Jasper with him were his wife and daughterS Misses .
Eula Herring n of Yulee spent .Zippererof Jennings. Charles and 'are not needed and, too often, mis- Hughes and Fouraker had a total Anne Kate, Mamie Lila, Minna Lily, and Margaret. .
several days last week with her Lola Mae attended Revival serviceat I represented.True of 128 pounds. Lawton Haskins :
parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Selph Burnham Church Sunday and at certain age levels, and with 55 pounds and Pearsall Four Talla-: elementary school I

Also, spending. last week*with..their (Maxie and Mary, Lou and children under certain conditions, infants aker with 46 pounds was nearest .r.: _and soon afterward: Miss :Margaret, after graduating from Flora McDonald'College in
sister Mrs. Jessie Wym of Winter attende the MatthewsHogan Re-t and adults need competitors. '
youngsters may
Haven. )union at VFW Home in Jasper extra vitamins and minerals, but Because the'Rodeo" was unsuccessful -I. ': N, C., began: the high school! of this city. Miss Minna was married, and
and Fouraker moved'to North Carolina and later.Miss Lily also married in
e'. (Sunday. the only safe sure economical'way Hughes the manse and movedto
Mrs. Marcus Tyree of Crestview to know what and how much to refused to accept the $50 cash and N. C. Miss Anne died in 1932, MisS'Margaret in 1936, followed by Mrs. Montgomery
Marie Williams and nephew and returned it to the club to be usedin four months later. Rev. J. A.
spent last week with her parents I take is to seee your doctor. Montgomery continued pastor until his death in 1938.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver and,niece Weseley and Cindy Williams If you do need them, most vitamin another attempt to catch rough He had requested that in lieu of flowers funds should be provided for a Boy Scout
attended the Revival at Burnham all of Jacksonville' spent the weekend products can be brought at fish in the near future. Hut to house the Troop that Mr. Montgomery had organized and led for ten years. The .
with Marie's Mr. and The other donatedby ;
Church. I I parents reasonable prices without a pre- Reel prizes Gene were Dandur- present Boy Scout hut of Troop 98 was built with these funds and dedicated to Mr. ,
Mrs. Winston Williams. : Zebco by
Robert and Ronald Keeling spent j # scritpion.Remember this: There is_ no and of Jasper Western,Auto Store; Montgomery. t
i Mr and Mrs. Isaac Shiver were substitute for a well balanced dietas rod for above by Melvin Connor of In 1945 Miss Mamie Lila was married to Rev. George Oldham who had come
-t l: fortunate enough to have 8 of their basis for good health. Pills White Springs; Shakespeare reel I as pastor of the Presbyterian church. She continued to teach and in 1957 was honored
11 children with the at the Revivalat a donated by R. W. Chance of White ..
.. "Teacher of the year" and celebration :
a held
cannot take the place of food. was in her honor in the park Mrs.
I Burnham Sunday. They were ,Springs Western Auto; and the rod
I I Of course. there are many Hardware of Oldham continued to teach until 1962 when she retired and in the present year she ,
---- ---- Mrs. Marcus Tyree of Crestview for same by King
-rMVlE ARE 2o<\oaoPOO OYEltWEIGMT I''I Miss Mildred Shiver of White "special dietary foods' for people Jasper. and her husband moved to Reidsvifle, N. c. Miss Kate Montgomery died in 1958 after
COOME.O IO THE \* suffering from certain diseases. having,completed 40 of teaching in.the Florida .A '
'(tOUtJ'T'R"lSPIAKIN6 f I IMJ I'Springs: ; Mr. and Mrs. Perk Bo- years State University in Tallahassee.
WO j6QgEC.j 3 1 I I gans .and children of'Pensacola Mr For example: In 1954 the Presbyterian church called the Rev. Edwin F. Montgomery Jr. to
Ij:and Mrs. Kenneth Shiver and i I I L Low sodium and salt free the pastorate here and he served faithfully for nine years or until his recent removalto

j children. of Palatka Mr. Isaac I foods prescribed, ,for heart conditions the Orange Park church in August, 1963. During his ministry the local congregation
D II:Shiver Jr. of Fernandina; Mr. and I I I and high blood pressure grew from 50 to 100 members and built a handsome. modern educational budding ..
'Mrs. Maurice Lindauer and Children -:I I 2. Special foods! for djabetics. IL and fell I 'I 2. Special foods for diabetics. r 4
of Valdosta; >Mrs. George Hudson .
Thus it has been for 51
and children of Lake City and ,. 3. Special geriatric foods to helpI years or sincq? that the Montgomery family has
I Mr. Anson Johnson of'. ennings.I I solve the eatng problems ofI been continuously associated with Hamilton County and owned property here. Mr.
I I .. I the aging. "Lead kindly Light, amid the Montgomery purchased from the Buckles family the remaining half of the block of

: :Mrs. Essie; McCafl visited Mr. I 4. Special foods for people with encircling gloom, land which was made church property in 1912. And for 45 years a member of the ,
1 I and Mrs.George Young Sr. Sunday i iII allergies. \ Lead Thou me on! far from ,. Montgomery family has been associated with the Presbyterian church here. ,
afternoon. Mrs. McCall has just re i I These legitimate'products should I home-
II turned from Hawthorne where she 1 1I ,never be confused with the many Lead Thou me on; ,
has been visiting her chldren. : products promoted as dietary cure Keep Thou my feet I do not ,
I .. I ,ask to see.) t
alls I .. .. ,. .. .
I I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Morgan Today many people attempt to The distant scene-one step wye -
SEARS & :and children of Jacksonville are:I(treat themselves with these so- I enough for me.Johr11HelU. With Men .
SONS J I spending some time with their called "health foods" :and "supple -Newman
In The Service
.mother :Mrs. Annie Morgan. I Ili ments" which are often promoted! From the beautiful thought . .s ao
in much the same ways as the old i above, let's get on one that's .
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE time patent medicines. As a matterof practical and to the point: What .._ .
j li Hop >_ t1j1L I k ft: -V--- ... .v-- ..-.l7'-V A
[PHONE 2201 JASPER FLORIDA! fact the very term:"health foods I about your washing, ladles? Are r
oAL TORZKhTh I I is misleading. It implies! that the you going to do it the hard way

products| have special or are you going to make any'I I n;.' I ; '
_l ing properties when all neaun-giv-I washing or cleaning chore child
e2 .- Occupational
Bl//Z contain are the very play at JASPER LAUNDRY & I _s;
tional qualities found in other common CLEANERS
I r ; We'll be seeing 0,;
.. less expensive food products.
Once you've tried ugl you'll I For example: you.Watch for a red date on your
Join the list of our 'Satisfied jl. Yoghurt may be recommended dry cleaning ticket-its' worth
customers. lt .>(ou're In the for certain intestinal con-I I ,:s.oo Li dry cleaning trade. LICENSES .
process of building, why not the same as milk, which :
call us for your needs much less.ditions I I (
but nutritionally

2. The minerals' 'in blackstrap son.IT SIMPLY IS NOT TRUE that
I :_ USED T-V molasses are mainly impurities I the American food supply is nu- r-roa1
{ that get in during the sugar tritionally deficient. that every due Oct. 15t
: ___ t refining process ,and have no body is suffering from some kind are
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health importance. of vitamin or mineral deficiency 4
.-.s-- 3.. Kelp tablets or sea salt are and that everyone, therefore, J 4
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x. :- USED unnecessary. The iodine in needs to take food suppletnents. and 4
them is adequately supplied by "health foods;" 4
sea foods and iodized salt There are no pills or "miiracle I 4 4 I
,s. Refrigerator; 4. Wheat germ is a useful cereal foods" which can substitute for :
e>-.... ,.. food but it does not perform. sensible edting and regular medi- I McCracken Word comes better to us known, that as John.John-T. : You may ',purchase your licenseat i

ONLY $75 'any nutritional miracles.The cal checkups. .ny" son of :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc <
Pity poor Abntr. nutritional needs of older Do-it-yourself dietary medicine Cracken of Jasper is now stationed :
_ Th.humanrocht i SEE THEM persons are much like those do not of have any I t can be an invitation too,.trouble-I in Franklin Germany. Johnny is the Tax Collector's Office anytime j I
Ha stuck finder other age group. They even disaster.
I' in the armed services in the Army. :
In an open socket special requirements vitamins, REMEMBER The modern med-
BEFORE YOU BUY! \I Johnny was graduated in the 1962
minerals protons,:etc.VtJn cannot trine man may peddle his waresdoortodoor .
I class of Jasper Fla during September.
be supplied by inexpensive everyday i or he may be on I: ,
foods. The-American food I radio or TV or he may rent a
supply is the best in.the \\U"ld.I hall and hold "health"lectures ConstitutionalAmendments :
wH Eating regularly l sods common'I or he may write books. .1 I Respectfully
U/LD RS L CTR CAL #PLUMBING SUPPLI:=S' foods as vegetables, fruits milk,!t Be on the lookout for him. : ,
eggs meats, fish, and enriched Don't f 'U for his "con" game.
bread and cereals will supply allnutritional !t I Save your money-and maybe Published This Wk.On : DAN
needs of older il: '
I the per your We! 1I another issue is ,
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I and they should be read : t ,
RestaurantWILL 'carefully, although we admit it is I .
FARMS I I Triangle! an unpleasant chore. If the voter :
doesn't ,read them he is dependenton I Hamilton County, Florida

I the opinions of others, of which : ....
!'there will be plenty published before '

BE CLOSED i _the November_5 election.____J
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