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The Jasper news
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F.M. DeGraffenried
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.1-, Jasper Opens Football. To Be Held I For Adults At I Head Chamber of CommerceThe

. I At CollegeThe Jasper High regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton

Season Home FridayJASPER County; Chamber of Commerce was held Monday eve iA& September

; at North Florida Junior College I Any adult that is interested in 1. 1963. in the new Chamber of Commerce building Jasper Florida*

has 'scheduled two-weeks' Peace becoming familar with the
a oxyacetylene
with the following Directors present: Ivey Prescott Santa Deas Joe
Officers' Training School to begin welding machine and in

1 .,. .vs..DUNELLON_ AT 8:00 .Jennings- -J'X-I*! yTlr-r--Goes***To.--"- 'sc'hoolis on ::its campus beingr'arrangeoMn' 'Qctober :7.'cooper Th. heating learning and, ,to. cutting'do-, various*metal, ,welding jobs'bi, Howell Robert', Thomas hle' ;Bln Bridges>%nesaW ltangerews John=ri Corinitk", Billy Burr. "".h.. J. L.*.*.Co&sn* ,.,***.,*

Perry For Opener ation with Madison County Sberif!. heating and cutting metal jobs or Others present: Mrs. Mau3e Havener, Pete Deas. Ed. CratoivJebnC '
Simmie Moore Dr. Marshall: Hamilton projects for pleasure or work call !
t Camp C D. Barker. Harry Chandler. -Jim Martin. E. C. Courtey,
f'f'I I .:. .You and Your School I The Panthers Jennings will UFJC president aid Span 79&6481 or drop by the Vocational
and Grace Polk.
journey to Perry to play their opening 'sored by the State Department o Agriculture Department of the Jasper -.

J qy M ,L. Powell game of the season on Saturday I I Education, the schoorvis endorsed High School The meeting was caller to order by the President after which
night. The game begins at by the Florida Peace Officers We will meet one night a week
With the coming of fall there ship and quality' performance on I a short Building Dedication Service was held with Mrs. Grace PoBc
another football season We the part of our entire school com- 800. Association in an efforOt'q\ bring the for a minimum of five weeks A
at Jasper High are looking forward mundtyi including jhe team the Their next same, Friday Sep- latest training methods to local small total charge of $3.00 will be

to.the opening of the season on our coaching_ .staff; the..-band ,cheerleaders : tember 27.. ,: will be at. Carrabelle. enforcement agences. made to each person to take care ,t.
field here' in Jasper this Ftriday'evening .student .;body and adult : For the two-weeks period duplicate of oxygen and! acetylene used. You
when the Bulldogs of ,Jas- fans.When,w$.are P&yU .at;' home wt.,1te' rings' s"not play football classes win be hed} dajfy. One may start on any type jcb or project

-J>er.,meet;the Dunellon ;Ere VeI''at" we want to be recognized as a gracious but will"-be in the basketball begins at 8:00 arn"and one at you are interested in during

friendly' and courteous host. battle, fighting for every point. 2:00 p.m. Each class period is fou) the five weeks.
8:00 'p.rn... For most senior high
: On the road we want to be a such hours The first class is repeatedso We will havefour or five oxy-ece
schools football, along with its com
a guest that will give us distinction different work shifts!may attend tylene welding units available for
ponent elements of marching bands honor at home and abroad. Health Dept To your use. These units are furnished -
high stepping majorettes and enthusiastic and Sgt. E. J. Irwin a member of theregular
cheerleaders has be- We want very, much to observe all staff of the ,Peice: Officers through the courtesy: of the

I come a tradition of,the school., And the amenities of good sportsmanship. Give Polio Shots ,Training program, will}be instructor dosta.Keenan Welding Company of Val

so it is with Jasper We want to be kind and polite for the school. Sgt!Irwin, Who 1y !

High. The to our visitors. We want to keep At Jennings is. a member 'of ,the S| ,* Augustine

> 'f 1963 season will our respective places as spectators i Police ,Dept said the Bourse is to Tobacco Meeting x

.:.. .-' get underway i behind the fence and away from, Immunization 'will ,be given in cover criminal investigr ition. Peace

:ia '" j I with a student. the playing field or sidelines and'the Jennings Clinic,Friday 9-27-62 officers successfully' en npleling the In Live Oak! : Mon.The .

body Pep Rally above everything we want to threat from 9 to 11 a.m. Adults as well as I two week school will| be given a

the officials with courtesy and children are urged to come in for certificate by the NFJC.
1at2:3OFrIdayfol: growing problem of black
dignity due them. It is possible to immunizations. We wish to empha 10 in soma r? 486 classes
lowed by a band I Begun 1947 : .shank disease in Florida will hdiscussed"
through do your team serious harm by heck cize the necessity for Polio immuni have been conducted! throughout
parade I I at a meeting of the Farm
the down business ling the officials or be being rude zatons as a few ca'Sei! have been re I the state. Offered annually the Bureau Flue-Cured Tobacco Advisory .

r district 'al to them in any manner. We would ported In neighboring vicinities.I courses are given for/a two week I Committee in Live Oak, reading the, scriptures and Mr M. L. Powell, leading in a Dedicatory

3:45: p.m. .like questioning of the officials ,to I period and upon completion of 200 September 23. Prayer. President Andrews followed with a brief run-down on the

The morale and performance of be left' to the coaching staff; they I hi hours a certificate 1 i4; issued by: T. K. McQane Jr. Florida Farm cost of the building, giving credit to all who helped make it a reality by

the team will in a large manner be are well qualified to all take care of i Fuqua Seeks Law the State Department of Education Bureau Federation executixe vice giving of their time, money and materials.Ed .
this matter AH in we want to
determined by the backing and sup Many enforcement officers in the president .says the meeting is ache<
and Finance Committee
invite every citizen in our community To Allow Craton Chairman of the Membership -
port given them by the student Moving area have completed the 200 hour duled for 2 p.m. in the Coliseum
to become a Booster fan of the:I urged all who had not as yet sent in their membership dues, to
body and the adult fans and boos- and ,
course are now j working Featured '
onthe afternoon
Bulldogs and out and program
Jasper come
them. The Jasper Booster's Club support them in the finest traditions Tobacco AcreageReport the 500-hour diploma, Waltei wil be Fred dark agrono- do so as quickly as possible. ]

has consistently supported the Bull- of good sportsmanship and R. Williams, Jr. Thurinan J. BailIey mist with the Florida Agricultural: J. L. Collum Chairman of the Advertising and Publicity Committee -

ters who come out and support the American Way"of \\t|#fe.A I ( From Washington) I and Williard J._ Cariton. all of; Experiment Stations who has wade made a motion that if the Chamber is invited to participate in the
dogs exceedingly well both with ( By Don Fuqua)
gpod band performance is always -' Ithe State Department Education ed closely with tobacco growers Pine tree Festival thtt year, as we have in the past, the Chamber should
their at the and
with .their presence financial Thisis a real asset to a football NEW SCHOOL PRAYER BILL -fare{ cooperating, with Ipcal officials throughout the area. enter "Miss Hamilton County" and the first two runner-ups in the par
in the school. Sheriff
attested by the fact that last game. Their half time shows and On Tuesday of this week I introduced I presenting Another principal speaker at the ade. Motion seconded by Robert Ehlert and carried.
Moore recommends school and
I ttifi!
Farm Bureau will be S. L.
another bDl which would
year the Booster's Club sold $1,574in maneuvers add spice and flavorto win! supply further details on re The President next called for nomination of officers and declared
season tickets for football and the occasslon. The Jasper Bulldog -:I call for a Constitutional amend- Brother assistant agronomist with :he'floor for nominations. J
band, under the direction of ment to allow for the reading;of the quest. i the Agricultural Extension Service. open -
$236.00 in season tickets
I Brothers will discuss The following officers were elected to serve'! for the 1968-64
effects of
ketball. The campaign, for selling Bandmaster Harvey Oehtert, will Bible and prayer in our public new
be on hand and ready to perform schools. I I i grading standards on the market- fiscal Year: President Thomas Bridges; Vice President, Billy Jones;
season tickets for the football sea- By this I mean those caseswhere '
son is now underway. Friday Night Administratively we j j I For several weeks now I have ing of the 1963 crop. Treasurer Ivey Prescott.
entire farms are flooded
If you have not bought your sea- seek to aid and support every been serving with a committee of the :farm becomes Infected with Another important feature of the The newly elected President was invited to take the Chair, after
fi members of of meeting will be the reorganization
the House
son ticket yet. please contact any phase of the school program and other diseases such as Black Shank, and I which he thanked the group for their vote of confidence in him, as did

member of the Booster's Club be- to keep each one out of the .econojniajJaKJpamsJFor -![Representatives named to repre- 10 the farmer does tot have land Farm Bureau's. tobacco advisory the other newly elected officers.

fore season FHd&yand pass. If you>eTrange-foryoui db not have an1* the"Bend tiii Booster's$J ason club'we.iW'v,sent -Ws'the sponsors"typesTVhlch of 47 woukTallow proposasl Naturally. :this-..p works ant) a i"'dire acreage: --hardship -.fOf JFTTtF.Presidentv-Ew IL. .Finlay;- _.s-,.,.. There,_ ,further F business:r.--"" "", "the. -;, :meeting..,_ -, adjourned.'

the opportunity of operating the .for the reading of the Bible and says the committee main- -
opportunity to do this then come the farmer whodependson ??SSS3SS8SSg3
in schools. This I[ upon tained for a number of is ; "
season concession stands during this term prayer our public years
prepared to get your :: ticketat
his for
tobacco large
the gate for Fridayi! night's game of school In order that they may'I committee has developed. one bill share of his income.I crop. t being expanded to be more representative Science Education Moves Forward' ;

There oil lbe some member of theBooster's raise funds to pay for some instruments which combines all of these various I I and to better serve the

club::: there to: accommodate that they have already proposals to be presented to the have contacted the Agriculture ,'needs and desires of all fluecuredtobacco It has been said that nothing needs.In .
Committee of the House of
you. There will be a roundup bought and to purchase other needed 0 i Congress. I II ( Representatives producers. stands still. This statement is certainly Hamilton County, we are in an
to ask that study
meeting of the Booster's Club in instruments and supplies during I This new bill which we have developed some I' All flue-cured tobacco growersare true of education. In recent excellent position to create a new
be given to this matter that
the Florida Power Lounge next the year. So remember when in committee encompassesthe so urged to attend this meetingand years several important changes environment for learning that win
those tobacco farmers who
are gen to take in floor discussion
Monday Evening to see how well you patronize the conession stand ,, ideas expressed in the various part a have been made in science educa- be bag enough for the modem approach -
uinely, stricken by acts of nature,,
we have done this season., At that this year you will be supportingyour I bills introduced by other members of major problems in the tion that illustrate this point. to education and small
which have
over they no
t time we will give out an audited school band. I lof the House in ,order to presentone might be able to apply for a permit tobacco producing industry. In physics at Jasper High .we are enough to provide our students

financial statement of the Jasper Band Booster members are urg- bill to the Judiciary CommitteeI to move their acreage to other land attempting to adjust to the modem with the attention they have en-

High School Athletic Program for ed to see the bandmaster or Mrs. I( am extremely hopeful that it will i I and still be able to grow their crop methods of science education. We joyed for years as students in a

the last twelve months In case it 'Woodrow Wise aid volunteer your be presented on the House floor for until time as the emergency condi- Revival At have moved a big *'*p forward this small school. We would not lose

is inconvenient for you to make the I services to help operate the standsat a vote, and if passed, would then tions which prompted such move year in offering P.S.S.C. Physics. what is good about a small school

meeting Monday night and if you the football games. There will go to the various states where it can be, cleared up. JenningsMissionary This new Physics is the result of but we would gain the things that

would like to have a copy of this be a very* important: meeting; of would have to be ratified by three several years of work by the Phys- are good about a little larger:

financial report ,we will be happyto this organization in the high schoolteachers i -fourths of the states within the We had a special program not BaptistThe ical Science Study Committee The school.

give you one if you will drop by lounge on Monday Even- seven years from the date of its long ago which provided for such: course has been adopted by many, We could offer these science

the high school office. ng. Sept 23 at 7:30. Every Band passage by the Congress to become moving of acreage during a severe Missionary Baptist Church of the largest school systems in courses EACH year: B4obgy

We would certainly want to say Booster meber is urged to be pres- a part of the Constitution. flooding season, but this programwas of Jennings will begin their fall the nation. Compared to the traditional Chemistry Physics, Earth Seienee,

word' here about good sportsman-t ent. Firmty believing in the spiritual a temporary one. I feel that revival Sunday September 22nd. physics course, P.S.S.C Physical Science and General Sci

------------------- heritage of this nation and of the such an emergency clause shouldbe Services every evening startirg at Physics is the ultimate in modem ence. Each would be presented In

F.' H A. Has Loans Jasper Lions right of our schools to open their made a part of our tobacco pro- 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. I. T. Carter education. The course involves an well equipped modem laboratories

daily sessions with simple prayerto gram. delivering the evangelistic mess- entirety different approach to phy- that would make learning easier.

For Soil WaterConservation Endorse SchoolConsolidation God and reading from the Holy I WACISSA River DevelopMENT age. Everyone are cordially invited sics. A P.S.S.C. teacher attends Every student will not be a scientist -

Bible, I am sincerely hopeful that 1 The Wacissa River in They are closing the meeting Sun. institutes and workshops to ad- but every students needs to

this bill will be passed by the Jefferson County is one of the two the 19th with its noon meal served vance his knowledge and teaching know about his own body, the
Florida rivers being considered for outside the church to world about him fuels
Congress. on grounds. technique in this new approach electricity, ,

suffer recreational purposes. science. .heat, light, medicine, and mechanics.
Did your crops this year Jasper Lions Club at their meet- SUWANNEE RIVER TOURISM: The proposed project calls for We would like to offer our students With this background: he may
fence water? Do you have some ing last Tuesday night unanimously STUDY- .... preservation of the natural beauty MAPLE GROVE HOME the finest in science education enter any occupaton with the Confidence

rows which are growing up endorsed the proposed consolidation An Area Redevelopment Administration fthe river and adjacent lands. Chemis from thorough
10 in all fields: Physics gained a
each year taking land that once of the countys high schools Bureau of Reclamation Facilities would consist of a recreational DEM. CLUB MEETS try. Earth Science- and Biology. science background.
was used for crops? Does that 20 and construction of a new consolid Tourism Team is scheduled to
each end
area at a This would require trained person- In our schools as they are today
acres of scrub oak make you any ated high school at Jasper begin an on-site visit to the camping area near the middle with The Maple Grove Home Demon- nel who have been taught the new we cannot provide for all students
money? Is there land on your farm Suwannee River area on Sept23, flat craft from stration Cub met on WednesdaySept. .
for removing
Program for the evening means methods. It also would require because if we pnMde for those
that does not produce its best because was pro 1963. This visit will last approxi- 11 at 1:30 at the Educational
minor channel
river improvements -
vided by Coach Bl' ithe more laboratory .space and more who are going to enter sciencecentered
need to ?
lime gavea
you apply
mately four weeks during which Biulding in White Springs The meet
and maintenance
These of brief talk on his prospects and necessary facilities and equipment. occupations we must neglect
are some the
questions we time ing called order the
the team will the was to by
study potentials roads.
ask farmers in Hamilton County schedule for the approaching sea and access Biology is changing rapidly Biology those who are going into general
of the famed River president Mrs. Oliver Hunter
who apply to the Farmers Home I son. He also, had a color movie Suwannee MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM1ASSESOn i is the beginning science for occupations because we do
for the development as a tourist Devotion was given by Mrs.: Ken
of this week
Admistration for a loan stated Jesse about the rules of football and their Tuesday doctors nurses, agricultural en- not have facilities to design courses -
Wood, Jr. County Supervisor. penalties. attraction. ithe, House passed the.. Mental neth Shaw. The Lord's prayer was gineers, pharmacists forestry ex- for both, and? if we choose (o
It is hoped that the study can retardation' repeated by all present. Minuteswas
illness and in this
: nation.
other provide only for those who needa
Some '
of and important
these apply to many
may your i
be completed and copies of its read and roll called by Secretary
fami. You'may have other' soil fields. Today we need to change general science edaeatfon, we
and conservation. problems :Jasper Baptist findings made available to the The House bill authorizes financial Mrs" Pearsall Fpuraker. There our Biology to fit tomorrow's chan- neglect those who wfll take science
Suwannee River was 15 members
mid- present.
that need be corrected. Authority by assistance in the construction ging needs. Every student should in college.
Revival Mrs. White inter-
Starts November. I and gave a very which I We would solve this problem
of research centers facilities be trained in this field helps
Why not talk to the people who Previsous 1 esting Demonstration on "Color in
experience with such retarded in about which I exists in aH three
related to the mentally him to understand more the am sure
have some of the answers to these | the Home" Then showed pictures
Mon.Sept23. surveys been that much worthwhile around "HamHten
the construction of community men living things hint and more schools in a new
problems. Mr. Clyde) Payne on how to combine colors in different -
mana- facts ,be obtained
can on '
tal health centers, and in the training important it helps the individual County High School. The combined
ger of the local ASCS office Mr.: Dr. C. Roy Angell. the well which future plans for the area can of teachers of children who.are rooms the business meetingcame to understand his own body. WithIn talents of science teachers
Paul Weber Work Unit 'Conserva- known Southern Baptist ministerof be drawn. last A new Secretary was schools could be
mentally retarded or mentally ilL a larger school, the students of now at three ,
tiOl st. Soil Conservation' Service. Miami. Fla. will be the speaker The famed- Suwannee River is as well as other handicapped chil- elected for the new year. Mrs. Nor Hamilton County could be given the'used to provide quality education ,

Mr. Rance Andrews,, County Agent in revival services at the First one of the priceless natural resources dren. ma Sistrunk excepted the job which same high quality science courses in science for aB of our students,

The Farmers Home'Adm1n1stra-I Baptist Church of Jasper, September we havingjn our Ninth Congressional The House program totals $238 we are very pleased to have her that most of the Florida children whether they move on to eoHege
tion has a loan for those purposes: District, ,and I am pleased as our Secretary., A committee was take that most eertately
I I 23 through 29. The services will million over a three year period. enjoy. or a
listed above and others to make that this appointed to sugestions I I I
start each evening at 7:30 pan. SUl' to be made. TAX BILL ACTION EXPECTED" get some The new science is designed to would require some knowledge* of
better I!
wiser use of our natural with Mr. Harvey Oehlert leadingthe SEEK TOBACCO LEGISLATION One o fthe major bills for this session together on how to spend the clubs create new attitudes in the student I I the complicated technical age we
resources. I would be glad to disc's I With other business the
have been concerned with one of Congress is expected to be money. no that will help him to live in the are in.Above.
the Tanners Home Adminis I singing. II aspect of our t obacco program: presented on the floor of the House meeting adjourned. future technology and to realize j I t I are cited the advantages
tration "The
Price Tags
requirements for this of
type Life" and Refreshments served by the
1 were
loan with all interested "'"Iron Shoes" which seems to me to be unfair to next week ,the tax cut proposals. the opportunities that are before which would be avaitohte to our
persons.I are books that have the fanner. This is the fact tobacco The House Ways and :Means Qm..omittee Hostesses: Mr. Fouraker and Mrs. him.We cannot say the things children in one field If we multiply -
Mr. Wood stated. been.writteen
by Dr. AngelL farmers who meet with disasters Shaw which was enjoyed by all. this by aft subject matter
Fanners Home has been giving careful that were good enough in 1930 are
makes loans for Administrationalso farm I I After pastoring- the Central Baptist at the hands of nature have study to this program since this good enough for today's children areas I am sure that we can see

operating I mix Church'of Miami for twenty no provisions whereby they canmove session of the Congress began and I I We must offer our students all that that all of Hamilton C3w. Hy Is.beet
to 0 o
purposes, farm
make major Improvements and years. Dr. Angell now travels their tobacco acreage to another spirited floor fight is expected on they need to compete with those served by an educational plant that

thereon I full time preaching the Gospel message farm on a temporary basis the most important piece of domestic ,from other places who are making will aid our students to make the
and Rural,-, ""'.
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I r-:: :!JI'u::: with favorite songs like .: ":
et;e.ta' .' "!" : -. :''! fr : Tom Dooley, Jack the Sailor. J (Forest ServicePreparing I f.Tobacco'. ... Season RoundtF.\1";\ )i.
I ; .. J.W. Hall banjo, : : .e7 > 'lick: "of Florida 'tnt.Statiori': ,U. ;!'l'
) plays the guitarists For: -_. b Expe '."_ ;_ J:rl. k
.@. are Roy McD-anief: \ ,.andSayer'CanJova .: .- '. -> .< -i- .; _
I $ '.1.: :. with Sayer Canova ad-libing.1 A "H "'"1" t p' I.: -,*i 'dMel: Sharp. NEW F, H, .A. OFFICERS .

I iOff5eer -'Ior'thesSrar: were-*eleetedCuffy 0"In er':- Tloridavs: ,tphacoo.,;growers:'have. ., F'QIER'S; ,
; ..... September 1& 1963; the Fit-A: ,I ar
: ; ; : .. ... .:"": ) just produced one of the' finest' ; I '..R
; nilii 'The local}FJorida Forest Service +l Jasper' High School'ele: ted' off- ... andskJther'JtOFice. .f ,' ,
<: )
,. ;
1 1 I .
: .. Slbij se' -thliE''plsils'l 1 i' stops qfrTrp4: tobacco.,, ever harvested ; IPresident *: .
;f '.Il working nicely for the Fashion'advised today that the: Personnel ,in the.Georgia-nOim belt,'icers. The,, ear .as. foUojtfing, .:: I .:. .. Need- .
; 4" Ann, .. .. .
.7 .: Show end-Tea,,whfch willbpentheJasper .have been'buSy for the:past several Adversity f oT Florida, tobacco : Camp < I 1'- ; "> ..
,. '. weeks doing: maintenance work :rVlctf President. Linda Fennel! : I at ;
; Fred Clark .
for pert
: Woman's duo the sea I reports. '4-
6r Hreo ,"3Y MMr_24951- -. .__ ._ scn Oct. 11. !'on the fire suppression equipment }Secretary Carole.McLaughlin The Jasper New
Vrg, .. ., S '6 '!according to J. W. Kelly this is a, Clark who is an agronomist with Treasurer Marsha Braswell I
;" ._ ... the Agricultural Experiment Stations = SY 2-6331
? '.f .. << job that requires continous attention:: Historian Sharon Burnham
The ladies of the W. M. S. of the I 5
IT'S THE LAW mine. if a"; healths-exists; so that the equipment is in readness Agronomy Department,' solos Parliamentarian -. Dianne Carter _
and bring an end to.the.conditions. First Baptist Church entertainedMiss I at all times. .,that for most growers ,this year:: Reporter Paula Hogan

No person shall sell, barter furnish The main areas; ot-coneern. were Leota Phillip Thursday after f was different from any they had. : __

:or give a minor:cigarettes or nod the farm areas,- but;the suburbs noon with a bridal shower. i In addition to"having their.routine '_ever experienced. ,. :

cigarette wrapper' ;or' procure for outside the cities where zoning It was a lovely affair and many maintenance problems overcome ( The first two sale days;:at,the'

persuade advise counsel compel laws do not apply::pr,,subdivisions I lovely gifts were displayed.. present-the me have clean ,,1963 sean were one of "gloom'.and: :I .
* led
t child under to sm-ke cig- may be ,built next tara chicken or &painted one tarctor and plow doom'. The researcher pointS put:
any Anv age animal farm ,*? :vc""' The little league Baseball players [unit and are preparing the other prices dropped below 1962'
ties. rx rs-m violating such f
g' --4r'p fv'fs'IoPnd(upon jnviciferretfif :sti fta. *,are:playing,thjU eJ i.a be ball.' ctor and ,pJqw.unit for apaintj J e byes much as, $7.80 per hurt-: :
park-l-"Mon. and'ThursT'we under 1 be fined from $10.00 or $50 on the tect the health bt: Floridians. It below 1961'bpesing _
stand. The players are 812. crews have been, busy during the, 4 'tP ,
first offense. On second or rno. makes it an unlawful act for persons prices as much as $13.90. These t
to allow svch nusiairee i summer months"'repairing houses prices phis the fact stabilization f
quent offenses fines from $10 to :: asuntreated I The Methodist of the United
human waste and painting on :three sites, along! had received nearly 10 percent of
$100 can be levied and sentencesup ; garbage or : conscious of
States present day ,
animals.iremairt' their with suppressing. 31 fires during!the opening day sales caused many I
to 60 days in the county jail can ded-- _on ,
needs in this turbulent age are put- !'' '
the months
and..summer ,
be imposed. (Chapter 839.06, Florida property;' alleW"dangeroUs waste missions spring growers to reflect, "well, we strive
.. ting new emphasis
,Statutes, 1907)) material.from.maiuifaeturing'- Fla. said Forester Ke ry, Of' course to do a better job and get less, for ,
Representatives of three N. '
!. f ,air' ,pollution, harmful or the training program is a continous our effort." I
{ I[district, Tallahassee! Gainesville thing that must be carried i| t .
.EVEN'.LONG AGO ': foul-smelling.pses or odors to out along i Prices rallied sharply during the1 I
land Jacksonville
met Monday Sept11G'in I
escape; continue1 5e'of improperly] .with theft,many, other first'full week of, sales by as much
women ,, Lake City to acquaint themselves activities. .,. .
All of whatever age, rank built or maintained septic takes or as $10.00 per hundred weight. How

profession ..or degree whether :Vir privies; maintain diseas animals 1 I with the plans. This is ,__ i fever! prices were still approximately .
churchwide and thru the U. S.
gins maids, or widows; that shall unclean or oTfensve'.;slaugjifering 't $2.25 below those of the 1962
impose upon seduce, betray in'matrimony houses.J.OT ceil-tfiat breed .the Methodist win be studmg this returned from a visit to Orlando, 'season. Stabilization receipts drop-: a

any of his Majesty's sub- flies,- mosquitoes,' T&r' arthropods I book on missions, for today. Mr. Tampa and St Pete visiting two jped' to about 3 percent and re 1

jects by scents paints ,cosmetics which- .orUndireetdl *'carry\|John Wilken of Calif orina a member daughters and a son. 'mained"around this level for .the. *

washes, artificial teeth ,false half, II of the Board of Mission of the I 1 entire
disease to humans.'l : *, { season. jI
Spanish wol iron staves, hoops,I I AmencJments; imd''new"sections I Methodist o fthe United States was !1. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilkinson of1 I I I Growers' spirits :soared the sec- !'I
high heeled shoes, bolstered; hips added tarthe dnsect:! the main speakerMonday. Going Miami spent a few hours in Jasper ;ond week of sales which saw 'td-i,Ir
were arran>p ] .
from the Church
or padded bosoms shall incur, the control law. -" r7. Jasper wereI last week greeting relatives and baccos prices reach their peak for i j r
j I Rev. Norman Booth Mrs. Hannah
penalty of the law enforced against The 1963 lawmakers friends. Roy Wilkinson the son of the season of $60.83 per hundred;i 1
appropriated t Bland, Mrs John Lewis, Mrs. J. I
witchcraft and the like misdemeanors $200,000 tot rese'arcri'and. con- iL. CbllumJ. the Mr. and :M -s. :Thad Wilkinson I weight. A record high was set I

and that marriage ton con trol of Encephalitis.I': ; ,-: 'j; >[to is a cousin of Walter Wilkinson and I when high quality leaf prices': rose"

viction shall stand null and void. .55. R. A. Knowles. He',came to see me J lto $72 per hundred wegiht. "As ,a-t
$116,000 was .appropriated! lor an The Methodist Men met in the tI
Passed by British Parliament 177ff and tried to make me remember i I whole the average price of tobaccofor
'S. I"air pollution study team. i iI ''educational building Tuesday even something he and,,Reid: Green haddone' I|( 1963 appears to be 50, "cents J
The Florida State Board of < doUarswas vmarked ing at their regular: monthly meet- when they: were six. He had higher than in 1962" Clark reflects..j jI ]I
for'the public Health 1 1963. I .
Health has indeed grown. program ing. A covered dish supper was been to see Reid in Atlanta, I]), The market attitude: toward any
1965 I
It was created by an act of the -served. We understand it was. Ladies found Mrs. Wilkinson-charming by -implementation o mechanized hand \

Legislature back in 1889 when Fla. i These monies are not entirely night. |i patient with the reminiscences j'.'ling of tobacco has created! 'a di- 1 \

fever from State level. Counties, supply a .. 'I'II lemna
was threatened by 9 yellow .: I f'. .- for many growers facing a
goodly amount.
epidemic and little hope of control I i 1 I The Fall of the year has been From the Mice Bell 5th grade. (r critical shortage of labor for hand I,
Most of the is raiseJ in the
The first law gave the State Boardof money the time of church meetings from Postmaster Marvin O'Cain was I II ling their tobacco crop; datk:
county for local-needs. .
Health the power to regulate I the Harvest time of the Pilgrims.I'.I invited to give a talk: about our I I feels Practically all bulk cured.tobacco

municipal sanitation, control com- Mr. and Mrs. Emmis .Skinner I Bright Pond Baptist have just local U. S. Post Office. He visited!! was penalized because of its,
municable diseases, record vital closed their revival-the Advent flat appearance, not because it was
Coco, Fla. spent Saturday night: I]Ithe fifth grade classes last Friday ..
statistics inspect public institutions Christian we understand have unripe.
with their aunt Airs. Vera Rhoden. I afternoon; and told the children
maintain ,au<"- ntjne }and make a series o meetings in Oct. Jas-about the history"of early mail delivery Buying patterns made it difficult Y S
Tony Rhoden who works with
maritime medical inspections. i I'|roadcomtigncod was at,home per Frst Baptist. Sept 23-29 with up to the present time. Many for a grower to decide on a price .

In 1839' the state established the weekend .. Dr. Ray Angel of Miami preaching j.(sheets of stamps he showed them acceptance particulary if his tobacco ; ,t
en I i iI
specific taxes and made an appropriation s *? .* Morning service at 7:00 and then )helped to explain the increase in had been bulk cured and in
of $15,000.In in the evening ending with Homecoming I some instances strung by machine' \
the The chili ;
procedure .ooday.
the Crusade of the Florida [[ ;
Inf \
1909 more authority was given' Sunday. 29 interested and asked When the grade symbols (S or N.
Division were
of the American Cancer jdren very
the S. Board-disposal\ of garbage.Society.which ended Aug. 31, 1963 I l him many questions about the (i!were placed on a basket of tobaccobuyers 1 :

for one thing. I'('a r total of than $1,000,000 Pat Pennington son of Billy and I.,I operation and employment. It could refused or were reluctantto

Passing Health laws. is not a hap- contributed more counties was t Juda Pennington left Aug. 28 for I be ,possible that these children will purchase any tobacco with theS ,
hazard affair. : .. Many gave:Cleveland Miss where he enrolled the civl and grade. ( S refers to slick tobacco)
more than their some day take exams
New laws passed b ythe 1963 Fla. ', .* -. ,.quota.#k\ I f** I in Delta State College. He goes on I seek work with the government J'Since nearly all bulk cured tobacco

Legislature. I 1 1 i a scholarship and will play football. : i was graded with the S symbol, r
Harold E Bdndy Seamen First .
Medical Assistance for the Aged < ; this meant a 5 to 11 cents drop per
Class U. S. Navy, arrived home Quoting "Time" Sept. 20. I -
MAA) said pound in price.
Walter Scott Criswell
fcr 2 Students Loans for
weeks leave. He learning
This new law made Florida eligible a "We talk largely in terms of "Bank The wide range cf prices of 21 to A
comes from New London Conn a year of college education can a
to receive matching federal Clearing" "Car Load Lots 'Build 60 cents per pound for tobacco
where he received 9 weeks schools little automatic wash-
funds under the Kerr:3iills J Acjt,, ing eP.ermJts: \JFaclories X:: > ndvhafc as as ,. ,In subnWTjw: ia&tc :Wherf Tis5leave ; ,. .r er'or as"mach: 1 sports car.'But'tho made .
a program iniated by the federal "\ not catintt non-descript quality
is jhe" a'station inVirginia bothv dishwashers and
JpI goes to ;
government to assist the states in And it difficult for the grower to accept k
these are all good and necessary crei i
f i9" weeks inMJsfikr1 *
the needs of the .., sports car can on low ,
meeting medically '<*" *&: ;} n thing when considered as dit, loans have lord been hard to the figure. Many growers A kn S;
indigent aged with their medical incidental to our main and most {rejected the price offered for their
la "
His delighted have indispossessable a thing
nr.y.are get on so ]
expenses. The state has had its tobacco and were rewarded for
important crop and asset. ,our children
him at.,home .. : '. as education. tIn
/,i.j I
Hospital Service for the Indigent : their efforts The N grade was
(HSI) program since 1955 but the' A *"Couii' ',t 1960/a group'of businessmenand frequently changed when offeredfor wiE
The Hamilton ty s> rtsman'l I educators, chiefly in Indiana\f'I
new will additional resale.Recent .
program bring To tell a child over and over that !
Club organized about'a and California founded the United
help to aged persons. i is bad is fatal mis- reports from Type 12 and
the mean or a
to preserve. and conserve the wildlife I.'I Student Aid Funds Inc. in an effort I j aId
Sanitary Nuisance Law take. 13 'markets indicate growers
{emphasis perhaps on fishing) i to make student loans easier and
If you have ever lived or visitedin There fisherman I'|I Think well of me and I'll try to state officials are protesting grades
a home which was near an unpleasant are many among live up to that opinion. I payoff. j and prices Clark notes. '* If a more
smelling barnyard 'Improperly the membership had a Barbecuefamily . school \strict adherence to the grade and
in White i Last week as the* year got j
operated sewage system, supper br.P Dan Ball Springs is We are indeed sla'es'of fashionin underway U. S. A; F. had endor- I support schedules had been follower -
or filth-ladened ditch the amend president night' *1" clothes in home decorations, sed 1800 Loans bringing its total to 'in marketing here," hesays, 01

ments to the sanitary nuisance law a 9* in appliances in so many ways. '20.000 and $10.6 million.To date the same concern would have been

will be of interest to you. The Home Demonstration Clubas Just suppose one didn't have one only 21 borrowers have*defaulted exhibited.

The amendments to the sanitary per plan presented the hospital cent to put on extras or changes 3 of these by death. I Summing up the market year -

nuisance law, authorized the State |with a halt dozen sheets. It is still possible to live artistically *. Clark says Florida growers met

Health Officer, his agents, or the I culturally, even happy with the To be enthusiatic about "'" the challenge of producing less

local health officer to investigate i i I The Baptist Brotherhood supper status quo. is not a "must" and can well picturesque crops with good ripe-

any nuisances "in any city, town I I ClUb Tuesday night ,was entertained be questioned--try as one will to be :ness .aroma and flavor and buyers
or place within the state"; deter- by the "Koon Island Combo"kAAAAAAAAAAAAAnAAAAAAAAAM I Mr. and Mrs. Wes Robinson have'f up to date. I paid tribute to this fact. The resultis N

tt'"AV.:".. _._._" ._. _...... ----"----"----------" -----_.._---_.._---.. Florida's tobacco growers are
- chalking the year up as being fairly S

---I:successful and :are looking forward I ;

Lynn Lake ; --I{KINGSBERRiY to the auctioneer's chant in 1964. '

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I I bonds or certificates snail be authorized [.I The State Board shall also have '
"i. '(_.V y -I" or validated during.any biennium power to appoint such other _persons Jennings High ,.uate of the University of Florida,, Vice-Pres., Betty Sue Zant
I ta excess of fifty million dollars; and fix their compensation He belongs to us" because he is a; Secretary, Angie Deas
Public Announctiiients except by two-thirds: vote of the the administration, the provisions former:graduate of
Jennings High. Treasurer Hilda Butler -
members elected to each house of of this Amendment as 'it-shall deem School NewsThe
f the legislature; provided further necessary, and the"!' ipense8'of the :"Hejis on the coaching stafTfand' is' \ Reporter, Ellen PadgettThe'N1nL
that during the biennium 1963-lSCa State Board in Administering the i teaching Seventh Grade: Grade
PROPOSEDAMENDMENTS'TOBBVOTED COSrI'tUTIOAL time>of .adoption of this amendmentIn seventy-five (75) million,dollars may provision of this, Amendment shallbe Jennings High School wel'* \; would especially
ON Chapter 203 Florida Statutes be authorized and validated pursu- paid out of the proceeds of bondsor comes .bade. We -Mrs. .Russell Alderman,:,is a to salute our homeroom
NOVKMBkR. 5. 1M3 thereinafter called "Oros Receipts ant hereto. certificates issued hereunder .or everyone. are 6 teacher Havener
graduate fennings Mrs forrhelping
NOTICE Of SPECIAL ELECTION Taxes"). shall as collected be placed (c> Capital outlay projects theretofore from said -Gross Receipts Saxes 6S happy to add to, our group these + l.J High. She is ,.: .
; WHEREAS. th. Legislature of in a trust fund to be known as the authorized by the 'legislaturefor posited in said Capital Qatlay'Fund, teachers: teachi g,English and speech. She .with this election, t .
1885 Institutions'of Higher Learning and any Institotnon'Higher Learn- ( No capital '* r. m
1963. under the Constitution e) outlay project or is a graduate of VaJdosta State
of the State of Florida did pass Joist Junior Colleges Capital Outlay, and ing or Junior College shall be eligible any part thereof shall bo rinancLd. Miss ,Wessie Wyllie from Arlington The EIGHTH
Resolutions proposing amendment Debt Service Trust Fund, in the ( to participate in the funds accruing hereunder unless the bill authorize CollMrs.: GRADE elected the
tothe Constitution of theState of State Treasury thereinafter referredto under this Amendment deriv- ing such project shall specify It is Georgia who is teaching business J. Randall Reding of Ft. following:
Florida and they were agreed to by an "Capita Outlay: Fund"), and j Jed from the proceeds of bonds or financed hereunder and shall be ap- education. She is a graduate President Mike DeVane
a vote of three-fourths of the members usd only as provided In this Amendment certificates and said Gross Receipts proved by a vote' of three-fifths of the woman's college at MiBedge- Lauderdale Florida, is teaching, ,
elected to each house. The I Taxes under such regulations and (3/S pf the elected members of special education. Mrs. Reding is Vice-Pres., Donnie Sauls
votes of said Joint Resolutions were ? Said fund shall be administered Lin such manner as shall be determined each house. :ville, Georgia. Miss Wyllie says a graduate: Florida Southern Secretary Faye Smith
entered upon their respective Journals by the State Board of Education, as by the State Board and the NO. 3 she is not: a new teacher because : College J.. .
with the yeas and nays thereon now created and constituted by Seetton State Board shall use or transmitto. COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR in Lakeland.We Treasurer, Danny Langford
< and they did determine and 3 of Article XII of the Constitution the State Board of Control or to SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION she taught here several years ago. are happy to have all of Reporter. Beverly DicksonMr.

'1. .., direct.that the,said3antJteaoluuons of' Florida (hereinafter' referred- the Board '*$>f Public.Instruction :of :. ) O.zZ1tJOn."T ---Mr., C. McElroyJrom CUe and Billy Blair is .
be submitted 1cx.ttbe"'electors 'Of the, to as "Stat, .Board"T For the purpose any County authorized by law to, > RESOLUTION proposing these teachers with us. Sponsor
'.7. State'( of FlorMof'at Special ..Election .f'thls':.Amendment.'said* construct .or acquire amount ca pi taloUU4'pro1eds" aa/amendment; .to. Article.,IX of the He'Is a graduate1 of the :University: :. : :.... ... .... : 4< '.

NOW on November THEREFORE. 19,U; I. '':"TOM Board ask. -pow.-eCl'b.atitnted"body,corporate during shall continue "thelif f proceeds, of such the bonds'' or of certifi-the Constitution of Florida1 by adding a,"of Florida'. !.' He is"',teaching. Vocational ..-':$;pWe-.welcome 'C Charles Runyori. to The FOOTBALL SQUAD is working
section to the
ADAMS, ,Secretary of State of jthe ort this Amendment and shall sates or Dress! 'Receipts Taxes to, be of state njumhered providing by for issuing secretary Agriculture.Mr. .,. 'high schooL He is a member of very hard-and have a tun'schedule.

State that of Florida do hereby give have Amendment the in powers addition provided'in'this to all other applied outlay or used If for for such any capital reason state bonds for outdoor recreationand !: i I Edward Burnam is a grad- the Junior Class. While in' school The coaches are Mr. Owen Hinton.
notice a
SPECIAL ELECTION Constiitutlonal :and Statutory_.pow(any of the proceeds of any bonds or determining natural that resources an conservation ex-; he is staying with grandmother, Mr. Billy Blair, and Mr. Edward
will be Td-in each County In ers related to the purposes ox this certificates issued fr any capital emergency Mrs. Addie-'McCall. Burnam. The boys who are out
first Tuesday after I Amendment heretofore or hereafterconferred outlay project shall not be expended ists.Be
the thirtieth
Florida on : day of August. A. D for football
the first Monday in November, by law upon said StateBoard. I forsuch capital outlay project, the It Resolved by the Legislatureof I. 196J. are Horace Bates, Jim
which date Is November 5, 163, for j State Beard may use such unexpended the State of Florida: j I (seal) TOM ADAMS, THE JUNIOR CLASS gave the Bates. LaVon Burnham, Jeff Bur
That Article IX 'of Florid,
of the (b) Tl e'State. Board shall have ]I proceeds for other the I
the ratification or rejection ; any capital ; Secretary of State
said Joint Resolutons proposing I power' for the purpose of obtajn-, I. outlay project for Institutions constitution be amended by addingthe ['I!Sept C and 20. honor of president to James Deas nett, Jim DeVane James fleas
amendments "io- the Constitution of ing funds for acquiring, building of Higher Learning or Junior Colleges section set forth below to be and his Veep is Junior Griffin with Wayne Frier Avon :Frier Junior
numbered by the secretary of state
of Florida. vis: constructing, altering improving.enlarging and vocational technical'schools : ,
the State WO. 1 furnishing-or equipping,capital I as defined herein, as now that three-fourths <%) of all members IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Ellen Scaff as secretary The records nritfin. Robert Henderson, den
COMMITTEe SUBSTITUTE FOR outlaY' projects theretofore defined or as may be hereafter de elected to the. house of representatives COURT HAMILTON COUNTY, will be well kept. Linda Selph Herndon, Woody Herring Ricky
IIOIT8E JOINT 'RESOLUTION thorised by the legislature and fined by law theretofore author- and to the senate deter- FLORIDA .. i ,
I purposes appurtenant or aU-I ized by: the State Legislature. The mines that an emergency requiringan IN RE: Estate of .with watch the class money. Billy Howell Robert Keeling, Ronald

A JOINT RESOLttrlON.re1a.tlng' thereto, if or' Institutions of Hlg i holders of bonds or certificates. Issued early decision b7 the electors ot Trey M.HBKIIBW Deceased Laseter is class reporter. Miss Keeling, Jimmy Murphy, Wade
amend Learning or Junior Colleges* hereunder shall not have the state exists and that said NOTICE OP PROBATE !'
to elections; proponingan any
ment to Artlel IV Section. 2 and 20. now defined.or as, may be. hereafter I I i I responsibility whatsoever for the amendment be submitted to the. The State of Florida. To All Wyllie is class sponsor. Murphy, Vernon Creech Greg Pitt-
of the>jr.nstitytion of the' state of I defined byJaw.., and for that purpose application or use of any of the electors of Florida for ratificationor Persons Interested hi The Estate of man, Delmer Smith, Don Tyre
Florida, \providUng .for the electionof of conatruetingbuUdin&. and other proceeds derived from the sale of rejection at a special election to Said I I Decedent: Jeff
certain-state officers at the 1964 I permanent facilities for vocational said bonds or certificates, and the be held 'On Nov. 5. 1953, and that:I You are hereby notified that was a fine presidentin Curtis Wetherington, Eddie Wynn,
and 196 general elections: providing technical schools as provided _In rights and remedies of the holdersof publication of notice of election be certain spoken words of said deceased the Ninth Grade. He was elected Charles Runyon and Larry Tyre
chapter 230 Florida Statutes, to issue such bonds given: : which -constitute'the nuncupative
for emergency .eJe tlon' jor certificates and in the Tenth-Grade to head his Their uniforms helmets
? Be, it Resolved by theLiestslture, bonds. or certificates, includingrefunding their right to payment from said Section -_ The outdoor rec- will.,of paid deceased, under are Orange
of the State of Florida; bonds or certificates" *to- Gross Receipts Taxes In the manner reationaldavelopnient council, as the taws of the State of Florida has _gang. His helper and Veep is NeB and jerseys, and white pants.
That.the following amendment of fund ,.or refund any bonds or certificates provided herein shall not be affected created by: the 196 legislature may been admitted to probate in said Newsome. Mary Jane Bennett is C e

Article IV. Section 2 of the'constlt theretofore issued., All such: or impaired by the application issue revenue bonds, revenue certificates Court. Class Secretary and Gail Sullivan Last
Hon of the 'state of Florida be and1 bonds or, certificate 'shall bear interest or use of such proceeds. or other evidences of Indebtedness ( You are hereby commanded within Thursday ten girls went out
the same is hereby agreed to and at not exceeding four and one- The State Board shall use the to acquire lands, water areas, six calendar months from the date was elected Treasurer. Barbara for CHEERLEADERS. Only six
shall be submitted to the electors of half (4e) per centum per annum moneys in said Capital Outlay: Fund and related resources and to con ''of the first publication of this no McCulley is Class Reporter. Mrs. could be elected. The student
the state of Florida for approval or and snail mature at such time or' Ineach fiscal year only for the struct.: Improve.eajarge and extend lice to appear in said Court and show body
rejection at a 'sjjeclal called election times. as; the State: Board.shall _determine following purposes and in the following capital improvements and facilities !'cause, if any ;you can, why the actionof Minnie Shiver is Class Sponsor. voted and the following were
to be held on/Nov. 5, 1963 as provided 'bet exceeding In any evfat. order of priority: thereon In furtherance of outdoor said Court in admitting said Will i se.- elected: Linda Gay Sybil
In Article ,XVIU Section 3 of however,,thirty (JO) :years from 4he (1) -For the payment of the principal recreation natural"resources conservation to probate should not sand nnrevok -I I Johnson
the Florida/constitution. date of issuance thereof.' The StAe of and interest on any bonds and related facilities in ed. The NINTH GRADE held their Gall Greene, Elaine Smith Sharon
That Oiree-fourth <%) of all Board shall ,have power to dew- I or certificates, maturing In such fiscal this state; provided however, the t John H. McCormfck election Friday Sept. 6. The officers Howell and Linda Smith. Miss
members elected to each house of mine all other details of such bonRs I year. legislature with respect to such revenue County Judge, Hamilton 'I
are: Barbara
the legislature does' determine that or certificates and to sell at public '(2) for the deposit into any reserve bonds revenue certificates or Florida Pearman will be their
an emergency requiring an early dec sale, after public advertisement funds provided for In the proceedIngs other evidences of Indebtednessshall First Publication on Sept. 20. 19C3 j j President, Frankle. Johnson sponsor.
Ion by the electors of the state do.sexist I such bonds or'.certificate' *, provided authorizing the issuance, designate the revenue or tax Sept. 20, 27. Oct 4. 11 ,I -
with reference to this amendment however, that no bonds or certificates of said bonds or certificates of any] sources to be deposited in or credited I I I SHORTHAND
to Article IV. Section 2 of the shall'VP.', '''besued hereunder amounts required to be deposited in to the land acquisition trust fund IN TUB COUNTY JCDOES 1 NOTEBOOKS two kind l -at
constitution. j I r tn 4inan--.a_ _:Yh* rivooeeds' thereof'etsanded of- such; reserve funds in___ such .___LMI___ for their repayment: and may impose I I COURT IN AND FOR HAMILTON -. t. THE JASPER NEWS
Section 2. Election and term of -ah/fpart of the cost year. restrictions on' their issuance COUNTY, FLORIDA *. -- -, -- -- -- -- .
governor. The governor shall be any: capital outlay project unless theconlltrucUo'n. (3) After all payments required including the fixing of maximum interest IN PROBATE -
elected; by the qualified electors of I[ .,, acquisition. of such I In such fiscal year for the purposes rates and discounts. 4IX RE: Estate .[
the state. The first election for capital outla'yi'project( ,has been theretofore provided for in (1) and (2) above, The land acquisition trust fund TROY M. VAUGHN. Deeesied
governor under this section shall I authorized. by the Legislature including any deficiencies for require created by the 1913 legislature for]I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ; .RICTLY. ON THE '
fee at the general election of 1964. j I of Florida; None of said bondsor 1 ed payments In prior fiscal years. these multiple pnbllo-purposes, shall To All Creditors and All Persons S WOAID'S' MOST Daytona
and there certificates shall be sold at less II any moneys remaining In said Having Claims
for a term of two (2) years Capl continue from the date of the adop or Demands Against < I
after commencing with the general I than ninety.eLgbtli(98r/,) per cent ,, tal Outlay Fund at the end of such tion of this amendment for Said Estate-: FAMOUS lEACH
a periodof
election of 1966, the governor shall I i I um of tha parr value thereof bonds, plus 'Board fiscal year may be used by the State fifty (50) years. i You. and each of you are hereby j, B h' -
4and said or
accrued interest for direct
of four (4) of the
be elected for a term payment cost In the event the outdoor notified and required to eae
recreational -
years. The term of office shall begin I I certificates shairber awarded at the or any part of the cost of any: caps development council shall determine claims and demands which present any or A'IIINDLYRESORT
the first Tuesday after the first ]; public sale thereof: to the bidder offering tal outlay: project theretofore auth to issue bonds for either of you Us tie
financing you may have against the 1 *e r pefleaal
UiMlon eBo.sW
the lowest net Interest cost orized by the ... sneUlM .
this legislature ,
Monday In January next after I or for the acquisition of sites for multiple estate of Troy M. Vaughn, deceased, .
election. The governor elected at the I I for such bonds or certificates in the purchase of any bonds or certificates the late .M NEW HEATED SWIMMING dbtct?** el
purposes state board of admin. of Hamilton County Florida, to N ,
to be determined by the issued C.C.HSUM (Owner). .t
general election of 1964 shall be manner then outstanding istration shall the
act Honorable
as fiscal agent John H. McCormick I fOOL AktCwrftloMtf ..4 MM!.*
Board. upon such
eligible for re-eJctlon to said officein I State terms and conditions as and the attorney general shall haa County Judge of Hamilton County, I .
shall also have the State YcbvfcW: ..4!
The Board Swo.1.awa
the general election of 1966. shall deem proper. die the validation proceedlnp.I I''and file the same In his office in the
but the governor elected at the i power to plefffe.-for' the payment or for the prior redemption of out. All bonds issued under this amendment County Courthouse in Hamilton County I fell "fr e Palling YEAR ROUND
general election of 1966 and thereafter 1 of theprincipal certificates ef awl Interest'and'reo on standing bonds or certificates in shall be sold at public sale I| : Florida within six calendar' 1 Nr
shall not be eligible I for reelection such bonds or accordance with the provisions of after public advertisement uporf months from the date of the first I said' office the next succeeding j i bonds series oiv therefor>ctrtificates Including, all or refunding any part the the Issuance'proceedings of such which bonds authorized or car outdoor such terms recreational and conditions development as the ,demand publication to contain hereof.the Said legal claims addressof o- Writ"WIre at Plan. CL Z-14SZ ,
.to be derived from tificates. For letenre'.
Bo it further Resolved by: the of the revenue council shall provide and as other- .: the claimant and to be sworn to-- r 4
Legislature of the State of Florida: the said GroiasReceipts Taxes pro- The State Board may Invent the wise provided by law and subject 'and presented as aforesaid or same1wi11
That the following amendment of vided for tgfjhis; Amendment and to incneys in said Capital Outlay: Fund to the limitations herein' impoaed. I I[ be barred.
Article IV Section 20 of the constitution entec Intojt&ny covenants and other or in any sinking fund or other IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF September 13, 1963.
of the state of Florida be and agreements with the holders of such the funds created for any issue of bonds I have hereunto set mv hand I!1 I C. A. Avrlett. Curator of 1 1 1 / l lt
the same is hereby agreed to and bonds or certificates concerning or certificates, in direct obligations and affixed the Great Seal of I the Estate of Troy )1.I 'I
shall be submitted to the electors of security thereof and the rights of of the United States of America or the State of Florida at Tallahassee I'I 'Vaughn Deceased.' "*,.
the state of Florida for approval or thq( holders thereof, all of which In the other securities referred to the Capital, this the t,Sept. 20, 21, Oct 4, 11
rejection at the general election to covenants and agreements shall con- In Section' 344.27. Florida Statutes.
be held November 6. 1963 as provided stitate- legally: binding and irrevocable (d) The State Board shall have the
in Article XVII Section 3 of contracts with such holders and power to make and enforce all rules
the Florida constitution.That I shall be fully enforceable by: such and regulations necessary to the full
three ; fourths (a.) of all holders in any court. of 'competent exercise 'of the powers herein grant
members' elected to each house of jurisdiction.No _.. ed and no legislation shall be required .
4heml legislators does detf'rp1lne.that j such bonds or, certificates ,snaiievewrbAlCTjjertbjvthe to render this Amendment of full -'
%n emergencjf.t" 1ItrD\g; An'"'wrlTJecislon State'_Board force and operating effect on' and ...Keep yourJTttJl ey-by8glitingfncUonallthewayThen '., _.; \. .
by the electors of the state. in an amount exceeding; seventy-five after January, 1964. The Legislature your enginerunning j _
does exist with reference to this I (75%) per centum of .the -amount during the period this Amend .: you should meet RPM Motor Oils,the cleposJtflYeto}
amendment to Article IV, Section' which tt' determines, based upon the .ment is in effect shall not reduce r
20 of the constitution. average annual amount t>f the rev' the rate of said Gross Receipts Taxes clean with oils with the amazing new detergent ingredient
Section 20. Governor's rabine&- enues derived from. said Gross Receipts now provided in said Chapter %03. ,
The governor shall be assisted by Taxes during the immediately Florida Statutes, or eliminate, exempt thatslashesengmewear.ChooseRPl4Supremen ,
administrative officers as follows: preceding two fiscal years, or the or remove any of the persons, RPM Special or RPM Custom. Three
A secretary of state attorney: general amount of the revenues derived from firm or corporations including mun great high-
comptroller, treasurer super- said Gross Receipts Taxes during icipal corporations or any of the RPM R OILS detergent oils that keep engine parts so dean, so
intendent of public Instruction and the Immediately preceding fiscal utilities businesses or services now .
commissioner of agriculture who ear, as shown In a certificate filed or hereafter subject to said Gross friction-free, you can save up_to 1 gallon of gasoline
shall be elected' at the same time by fife L State Comptroller with the Receipts Taxes, from the levy and like
as the goVernor, and shall hold their State' BoarArprlor to the issuanceof collection of said Gross Receipts an engine that runs sweet and clean? One in every 8 you buy. Get RPM Motor Oil today! t

offices for the same term; provided such. bonds 'or certificates whichever Taxes as now provided in said Chap.. that makes the most of and
that the first election of such officers is the lesser can be servicedby I ter %03. Florida Statutes, and shall your gasoline OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
under this section shall be had the revenues accruing thereafter not enact any law Impairing or
at the time of voting for governor In under the provisions of this materially altering the rights of the
1964 for a term of two (2) years! and Amendment: nor shall! the State holders of any bonds or certificates
thereafter commencing with the Board. ,during the flrstvr following -I Issued pursuant to this Amendment
time voting for governor In 1966. the ratifIcation: o ptjnls! amendment or impairing or altering any WO p. '. '
Raid officers shall, be elected for a .. Issue bowls(.f certificates In covenants or agreements of the ; 4' :
term of four (4) years. excess of seven't7)' times the anticipated State Board made hereunder or hav-
NO. .2COMMITTKR revenue from said Gross Re?ling the effect' withdrawing the
!SUBSTITUTE FOR celpts Taxes during said year, nor"during proceeds' of said Gross Receipts
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION!! I each succeeding year, more t! Taxes from the operation of this
>O. Zen than four (4) times the ,anticipated Amendment. '
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing i revenue from said Gross Receipts' The State Board of Administra -
an amendment to Article XII of I Taxes during such year No election tion shall be and is hereby constituted
the Constitution of Florida by addng or approval of qualified electors or as the Fiscal Agent of the State : : a
A section to be numbered by the I freeholder' electors shall be requiredfor Board to perform such duties and '..
secretary of state authorizing the the Issuance of bonds, or. certltficates assume such responsibilities under : '
Usuanc of bonds for capital outlayat hereunder .- '1 this, Amendment' as shall be agreed .5 i'
institutions of higher learning, In. After thai Initial issuance of any upon between' the State Board and .:
cluding junior colleges and certain bonds or t' to, such State Board of Administration. .y (: .
vocational technical' school; pledging this Amendment the State Board k .
certain tax funds; providing for the may thereafter Issue addition' ..., .
use of accumulated surplus to pay bonds or certificates which will ratfk i i .
for any capital outlay project theretofore equally ahd otr'ar; ,parity as to U..V y f"f:
authorised by Legislature; on and source of security for pitrent ), <
providing procedures therefor; providing from said Gross Receipts z.3a.
powers and duties of the with any: bonds or certificates!* r.
State Board of Education and theretofore issued pursuant to ..this
State Board of Administration: and Amendment, but such additional, z
requiring a special election thereon. parity bonds or certificates shall not r
Be It Resolved by Legislature be issued unless the average annual -
of the Stale of Florida. I amount of the revenues' derived | w I
That Article XII of the Florida from 'said Gross-Receipts Taxes, during J I : '

Constitution be amended' by adding! the Immediately preceding two "Wear your learning like SS. .
the section set forth below to be fiscal years, or the amount or the j :your .
numbered b,. the secretary' of state revenuesderived from said Gross I, watch in a private pocket ;and. .
and that said amendment hfIt oubmitt Receipts Taxes during the Immediately do not pull it out and strike it .
ed to the electors of Florida for preceding Cacal year asi i -
ratification or rejection at special shown In a certificate filed by t merely to show that you have aE
election to be held under authority State Comptroller with the ftl one .. ." Chesterfield. ,;
of Section 3 of Article XVII of the Board prior to the issuance of Learning serves its ". te
Florida Constitution o. NV'v. S, 1963 bonds or certificates, whichever f owner well faS
That three-fourths (*( ) of the mem the lesser shall have been equalto I in many, ways. Broad and challenging y
bershlp of the Legislature does one and one-third (1 1/3) horizons from ': ; '
determine that an emergency exists the amount of principal escape -
requiring an early decision' by the and Interest which will become due tedium the thrill of accomplish.

electors of.,.thU state. in any succeeding fiscal year en all ment and ,not TO be ignored the i. 8 f
Section -(a). That beginning [bonds or certificates theretofore ;la* 4
January 1 ,19 4. and for fifty (50) sued pursuant to this Amendment monetary rewards are but a few ., ;; .

years thereafter all of the proceedsof I and then outstanding and the ltd benefits derived from learning
the revenues derived from the !ditional parity bonds or. certificates however t
gross receipts' ,.taxes collectd from then proposed to be Issued. K<*. are the rewards -
every person Including municipali bond., certificates or other obligations that come as a matterof ;
ties receiving payment for 'electricity Whatsoever'shall at any: timebe i course when'learning usedas 1
for light ,heat or power /Or issued tinder the provisions of
natural or manufactured gas for this Amendment, except such bondsor a valuable tool and not,as-a.
light heat or power for use of telephones certificates initially Issued hereunder showpiece. --- :
and for the sending of telegrams and such additional parity -
and telegraph messages, as bonds or certificates as provided In Watch reminds ns, ladies, progress -
now provided and levied as of the this paragraph. Notwithstandingany has reawrded :you' with,

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of music and therefore it is an ads JASPER HIGH FR.ESfDA.J: '-*; '
"Instrumental Music Worship"Another Jennings :. BILLY
dtion and sinful if practiced. Notice CLASS MEETS -' II Hi \tMRS JOE EUDY
n John 9. "Whosoever transgress-I I I ORGANIZES SCOUTS
of the practices which sincerity and truth. eth and abideth not in the doctrineof I Mrs. Kirkmans Freshman class,;TROOPS Senior Chatter ;' HONORED. AT SHOWER
has caused division among religious Even from the dawn of creation Christ hath not God. had its first meeting.of .the year!I rt t -
people, is that of introducing there has been 'serious consequences The inspired apostles of Christ last Fries elect its.:class--oWcers -|| ,Our Calendar of events for the The senior class is wen.represeated -> Mrs. BiBys Joe Eudy, better
'I : .... on the football team. From tawwn. as Sandra Sauls, honored
mechanical for was
1 into the worship service a going beyond that which did not authorize the use of a They arePresident : i 4[year 'are:. class -
oar Don Robert
comes. Tyre, with
God had authorized.., Adam and Eve recently a miscellaneous
instrument of music. mechanical instrument of music, David Smith Oct. Go to church Movement Weekend .
in John 4:24 that were restricted as to what they Vice President- Steve Tuten j Keeling. Robert Henderson. Del- shower. The hostesses for this
We told ,
I are and the Bible says that they were I Hike Drffi Parades, Save mer Smith, Wayne Frier Lavon
party were Misses Gail
"God is a spirit and they that worship could do and continue in the good guided into an truth in John 16:13. Secretary Lucy Cook I f Children Federation Clothing, BumhaiR and' Ourtist Wetheringl Goolsby and Miss Harriet and Gibson Judy
him must worship him; in graces of laoo we all know the Then Paul wrote through inspiration Treasurer- Fisk Collection, Community Improvement -
spirit and in truth.. To worship in results of their disobedience. In irf Galatians 1:8-9. "Thoughwe Reporter Anne Reid I I IParlla..n1entarian f program, ton.Sybil Johnson and Sharon Howell the pink decorations color scheme and refreshments.was used in

spirit is to worship sincerely ,honestly Deut. 4:2 we' notice God's instructions or an angel from heaven preach Connie Mills Nov. Parades Thanksgiving Bas- were elected co-captains. for the The
party at the
was home of
conscentiously, believing it to the Israelites "Ye shall not than that Student Council Charles kets for the andr
any other gospel unto you ., J I needy people, cheerleaders curing the football Mrs. Jim.
be To worship in truth is add the, which I commandyou Pafford 4ot* .: :**: 1"Protestants" I, "CraftDec. '* -.'" '' ra
to right. to word which we have preached unto you, > .... ,-.l:, .; r season. .-We know they will do a s s *. ', I'
> ?to worship as the truth directs. neither shall ye deminish let him be acursed.>As I said beforeso Christmas Basket for the good Job. 1|
:An Christ said of the word of God, aught from it, that ye may keep say I now again if any man 'I' needy people, Christmas program II Our first this, season is Saturday :
n. prayer to Go "Santify them the commandments of the Lord preach any other gospel unto you I another name unknown and Basketball I night. We play Perry B. team at | Jennings News !
through thy truth thy word is truth' your God which I command you." than that ye have received, let him until the 15th century, who Jan.WeeJv.end- Hike, Craft projects Perry. The time is 8o'clock- t tt
John 17:17. If our worship includes .Under: the New Testament dispen be accursed" Language could be have long since ceased to protestto Community improvement pro The seniors are selling magazines I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McCaJl are
something for which we can. find sation we'can find the same warn plainer than this if one desires to the catholic doctrine, but to ,the jects. to raise,money for our senior visiting at the home of Mr. and
no scriptural authority no matter; ings given for us today in CoL 3 dL7 know the truth of God. I i i contrary have began to embrace Feb.. Boy Scout? Week Boy.Scout trip. We want to see the world' Mrs F.1\1. Hancock down at Palat-

how sincere we may be it becomes Paul through inspiration wrote To trace the history of mechanical !-many of the unscriptural practices Banquet, and ,Court of Honor., F"air1n, New York. Please contact ka
vain worship Mark 7:7. What a "Whatsoever ye do in word or indeed instruments of music in worship -''into their worship which was first March Community improvement a senior if yw want ,to subscribe ; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McCulleyare
sad thing indeed it is for people to do all in the name of the one will have to go to secular -J itroduced: b ythis group which is cont n1e-, March: of Dimes, and or renew any kind of magazine. announcing the arrival of a
i worship in vain ,to spend much Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God history because it is evident even now a threat to the freedom Art cram That's all. for now, I guess. .son.Mrs.
time, effort and energy in a form of the'Father by him" In the name of that it was not a part of the worship -jof" religion which we are at present April. Easter program, Go to LoAnie Adams visited in
t worship which is rendered useless the ,Lord simply means by his au- service of the primitive New I enjoying. Sprinkling' for baptism, Church Movement Continue JENNINGS ORGANIZES Newberry. Florida, over the weekend -
by,the practicing,of things not authorized thority. When we notice the words Testament church. It was introduced use of holy water, baptism of infants .May Stephens Foster Memorial I,,1
by Christ Now I knowthatjnany of Christ in Matt. 28:18 Wrf can by':the Roman Catholic cares and ceremonies, of Program :May;Day program COMMUNITY CLUBA. 1 i Air. and Mrs. Jennings of
believe that any form of easily. understand what is meant, church in about the year 670 by,pomp and spendor all originated Week-end-Hlke.' Beach Picnic. and group of interested citizens Sanford were guests of Mr. and
Tservice rendered to God out of a 'Christ said all authority (or'Power Pope Vitalian according to the, with those whcro: protestantS are softball. met at the high school cafeteriafor Mrs. J. V. McCaH last weekend.
: sincere heart is acceptable, but: if'I hath been given unto me in heaven American encylopedia, Vol. 12 page jsupposedley I At variance with 'The The Scouts are: Clifford day, a covered dish supper and social Miss Jane Pafford, a student
I ,_this,:'were true, there would be- no,, and earth. 688. The Roman Catholic church is old addage jf you can't beat them Senior Patrol Leader; Julius! hour. At this meeting an or- nurse at Mercer University, Macon
\ vain worship, neither would there< If a police officer says to a per- an apohtate church, not the New join them seem to have replacedthe Wright assistant patrol leader, Wallace ganization was formed with Air Georgia, was home recently.
: by any false teachers, if God would son "stop in the name of the law",Testament church build by ,Christ I cries of protest by many. My Fields Scribe Calrton :Marine I Edward Burnam as president.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton McCulle& -
; : accept ,any form of service rendered he is simply showing. that he has I and therefore it was the first human -'prayer to God is sincerely extended Reporter, Wesley) Herring, Chaplain Alvin CuHxreath waseJectedsecretarY % Barbara, Larry and Terry
to him,But Christ has said ,the authority', or'the author denomination. to come into on the: behalf of all who desire to Willie Bowles William John- and treasurer. Commit- went to Goldsboro North Carolina
I ;that ."TRUE" worshippers shall t fity of the Jaw that person must existence. Strange it is to look{please God. That they will begin son, Billy Colliers, Tommy Ward, tees were appointed. The next last weekend to see a relative of
{ ',worship the Father in spirit and in stop. Christ did not give the author I I I about us in the religious world and ,to study God's word and learn how Albert Pure, Louis Jones, Joseph meeting will be at the same place theirs who was leaving for Ger-
.: truth, John 4:23. It takes then,both ity to use a mechanical instrument: : (. find those who call themselvesTaste : we may Income united upon that CTay, Willie F. Smith, Fred Marj with a covered dish supper. many. They report that they had a
-- 1 which he authorizes and accepts as shall, Ben Ware, Leery Herring I lovely trip.

'::. worship in spirit and in thruth, Wilbert Postell Johnny Cole, Jim- !
': i K. ,E. Thomas, Box 226 mie Hawkins, Manatee"- Baker I Den Mother. Miss Mary Jefferson
.. .' Jennings, Florida Johnny Robert Willie Paul. Ralph Den Mother, Miss W. B. daridy, ', FILE GUIDES

',- ..'1 r..., : Raxam Lewis Horgsiler, Jessie Den Mother, Mrs Annie Lou
; Rhodes, Den Mother, Mrs. Ruth
1. Nay, Johnny Thomas, Willie Smith "A to Z"
STAPLERS and STAPLES Mae Hawkins Den mother Mrs.
,. Otis Young Henry Young, Howard
-" Inez Hawkins Den mother and Mrs
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Sutton, Leory McDuffie Lonnie
Cornia Wrght Den mother.We MIMEOGRAPHPAPER
Marshall, Archie Stall Stalling. J.
B. Anderson. Zebben Grimzreu are asking the help of all ;
Grimma, Robert Laster. Leory to help us build men for tomorrow.We FOR SALE
I the d licious Pianos Rayn, Emamual Lewis, Foster are suffering for leadership in
Organs Bristol, David Scott, Leuncia Mar- this country. Help] us make Airier THE JASPER NEWS

COLONIAL shall, Deimie Youna Willie Pierce, I ca strong by building strong boys.

John Hawkins, L_ C. Strawer Dan
HOUSE OF MUSIC iel Cummings .YuJee Graham, --
.t: 1 1d Charles Postell, Alahas Boykins, DIRECTLY ON Beach
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: reDce.n' REMANUFACTDREDPIANOS ,i Adults working with the Scouts .#taryest and FInest Heated( Pool Color TV L ung. .
d : e are: Prof. Elijah Rhodes, institu- fn Golf Restaurant Cocktail Leung Pfann.d
No Down Payment. Up to tional Representative. Joseph Entertainment Deluxe Rooms and Efficiencies .
.., 3 Locke Scoutmaster, Mr. 1C..
years b pay Efficiencies from $63 per wk., .
Call Collect and our display :Wright Assistant Ccout Master, Mr Bedrooms from $60 per wk. /
Oliver Assistant Scout Master Mr.
truck will bring It to I A Fields Assistance ScoutmasterMr. See your Travel Agent or writ. ,,,
yiur front door. Eddie Clay, Chairman'of Committee 10aElT) CORDES,MQr.
II 1108 N. Patterson Mr. Gordon Gaudy Cub Phone
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: BURNHAMNEwsJ!charge Mrs.: Ralph-ftnij'V/orsMp Onv'ingJuIIDtook: rvice.usfegas ,ForestService Wh ea tJ.: '. wers -- -USDA Denies Coml with was.t necessary-iJrlce in of order gu mment.own-to compete..' EUDCTS JASPER jOFFICERS HIGH SENIOR: CLASS.

By LOIS ZIPPERER,, I' 'the theme "Misslo end the CaD' ReportsThe Urged'To Obtain .: Price'Drop'TaiisedBy ; ed sales corn being r3ade'available for I The new Senior class of Jasper
by Commodity Oct Cot'porati -
He has achieved_ success who has of God'* after which-:'deHcious refreshments 11 v- :_ .High School elected! officers Friday

! lived: well: *_laqgfred.often &4*l6>%t were'served:: by the Florida Forest Service Head Facts About Gdvt Grain Sales *
\ much. *** "J hostess: I'quarters uv-"Hamilton Cbuntyj: reports McArthur stated this week that are: '

'Mrs,A, J.: Stanley. .t,. :* 1 the foHowingr:;forest fire information OverpkntingI ; The recent decline in prices paid i no sales of Commodity Credit'Corpmade : '! President :Matt Marable

'::'. ;. .. :J. C!
MrsGordott; :,Afcxfrman was confined o. JadcsoaviSe: ; .speeL: Jhelweekendwith .aJ]past seven day period. I|I Farmers.wereurged today to get be attributed to sales of Commodity: in Florida' nor or any sales being Secretary Hazel Knapp

tor Hamilton County Hospital their parents and. grand parents 1 Number of fires 1, Acres barnedV" 9Fires all the facts about the results of Qxporatiozi'owned considered at this time. He said: Treasurer Gail Hurst
i for several days last'week. She is Mr and Mrs]. Leonard mil since January 1 this yeart4 overplanting their wheat allotment Credit corn according I"We regret that buyers are using Reporter Harriett Gibson
Acres burned since Jan. 1 this year before complete their 1964 to O. P McArthur Stale this
at home now and we hope,improv- ley'i. : they excuse follower; prices and I Parliamentarian Tommy
ing. "" i. '. 132. seeding plans. Stablization and Conservation: Service 'can assure eevery farmer that CCC:: Daniels

. I. 1s I I Clyde R.Payne; County Office USDA. does not: intend to sell any corn at
Mr.. rid Isaac Shiver Sr. '_ Project Chairmen- DonneU Re-
} I ;
..Christian Women' Fellowship met and daughter TOiss.Mildre; Shiver Manager Agricultural Stabilization- 'Many JJerida. farmers: who are a price lower than the price farmer gister, :Jerry Smith .
; '. & :
for h6
&nie Christian women Fellowship John Maguire"speaker Sunj land j Conservation Service said that now banpatingv; and selling.their : are:* entitled tori receive/" :. Librarians. BonnieJ:Jones ,
of White .sprmgs''spent ,.
Saturdayand a
I *
;4Burnham Christian Church met Sunday in.Ferandina with their day morning service and the dedication -'apparently there is wide mlsunder com cr p 'complained thatbuyers The Florida support price for corn. po' WauneHe Walkers; .
I Service. Dinner was servedat standing about certain provislonsofthe have continually lowered produced by eligible farmers from '
win Mrs. Anson Johnson: Friday, and''brother' "Mr. and Mrs.I Sergeant at Arms Everral
September 13. at 3:30 p.m. with Isaac son Shiver Jr.. They attended!i the noon hour. wheat*program in years when he.price being paid during.,recent 1 I the 1963-crop is $1.39. a bushel of ADen
:Mrs. Wallace Selph President marketing quotas are not in effect week. The reason being given by :which 18 cents is paid in cash and
pre- Church at the Baptist Church in Hollis and Gertrude McCuHough All members of the'senior class
The ASCS the buyers Is that the reduction I I the of
siding. An interesting on for the wheat crop coon balance $1-21 advanced when
program Femandina Sunday: and also the of Tallahassee spent the weekend II' are working hard to raise money
"The Church' 'and the changingj I dedication.of thejfew Educational!!with their aprents Mr and Mrs..ty office therefore, is making a I the I corn is placed under loan. for our trip to the world's fair by-

City was led by Mrs. bufiding ot they church. They heard Franklin Gaston. Hollis and Ger- determined effort to get accurate The last sales of CCC corn selling magazine sub-scriptions. We-
information to all wheat farmers acreage in excess of the farm allotment
4 At the conclusion of the program J;a wonderful sermon by brother'trude returned to their home in I against Feed Grain Certificates appreciate all the support you:
1 Tallahassee last Thursday after this fall ,so that their 1964 seeding of 15 acres or more) will re-I under the special sales policy! authorized -twill give lIS.I .
1w t plans may be made with full know- ceive their 1964 aBoted acres as in January 1963 were made
several days visit in Waco, Texas The senior class Is also sponsoring
ledge of continuing program provi- to June 1 earlier I
prior and the
with HoUis's sister Mrs. James I a dance after the first football
.I sion. Overplanting a 1964 wheat allotment
sales could not have affected the
Kirk. They report a nice time and I
game Friday night September 20.
j According! to Payne, the provi- would affect the 1966 and future present price since such sales.
1 trip. [ Everybody come and have a good
;: J,1 David and Ruth Keeling and chit sion causing'the most ,misunder- I : wheat allotments ;would not were made at not less than time. .

GtW LQt? .dren spent Sunday' iri' Madison standing is toe one under which the :affectthe 1965'allotment since $1.47 a busheL The only sales made Our Sponsors are Mrs. Perry and
,County with their parents and farm wheat allotment will be reduced -'the 1964 acreage would not be avail by ccc in Florida at less than Mr. :J. C. Mttchen.
i' In if the allotment able when such allotments de current were'the
grandparents Mr .and Mrs. Franks) fut re' years were i support prices Reporter: Harriet Gibson
:Hammeridc is overplanted in 1964. The termined.. Since the 1964 farm allotment 363 carloads sold to ranchers and

Ibe j I reduction in the furture allotments : is approximately 60 percent dairymen earlier this year,following FARMS WANTED -' IF YOU

I Mrs.;: rtrice Sauls returned to results from the fact that Jthe1964 ;of the farm base overplantingcould the-emergency, caused by\\ the v weld like to sell your farm,

'her sister's Mr. and Mrs Charlie.wheat acreage'history for an over have the net effect of reducing freeze last December. AD of that see us. W. have calls for fans

Deas Saturday after several weeks;planted farm win be established at I the farm .allotment by 6 grain was required! to have been every week. _W. L. Bryan, Re*.
\ XQW't visit in Jacksonville with relatives!a figure" equal to the 1964 farm to 7 percent beginning with the fed by May 30, according to Real Estate Broker. Phone BY

1 I S.. I(acreage allotment instead of the 1966 allotment. McArthur. 2-2985 or SY 26331YOU'eWANTTOAHEND'THE
i Mr. and Mrs. 'W. E. Hurst and! higher base acreage. The base
: and is about 1% times the
and children Faye Jimmy acreage - -
I daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer farm allotment. I

t CH Rcw I:Betty Gean enjoyed a day at Kea- This provision is spelled out in F

_,---C I ton's Beach Sunday., the law; it has been in effect since
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.n- -z : The sisters of Mrs. Joe Sullivan the legislation was enacted in April
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHnRCII OF CHRIST .intertwined her with an ice cream 1958.The '

BAPTIST CHURCH Between Jasper and Jennings supper at her home Sunday. night provision concerns acreage

Pastrr Rev. Henley 1 on '.highway 41 :.September 15. Those present to allotments .and it would still applyto '. .

:Sunday School ......_... 10:00 a.m. Sunday Monv: 1 bW Study 10 toll enjoy this occasion with her were the operation of the wheat allot- .:

Morning Service 11:00 a.m. ] Worship Service .........11 to 12 :Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hogan of ment program whether or not mar

Training Union .. ----. Sunday evening Service....... 7:15 White Springs; Mrs. Ralph Cunningham keting quotas were ineffect for the ,
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Worship ...... '7:30.Wed.. Evening Bible Study .... '8:00: ; Mrs Bert Zipperer and wheat crop. The only]; Difference .->";' }Z.Y -
Midweek Prayer Service :every Phone WE8-2091 Mrs.' :Joe Sullivan,an granddaughter would be that, under a quota pro h
Wednesday at 7:39 p.m. Gail Sullivan. '. with wheat
0,- gram .the producer: a t'l@i 0
ssas larger than his allotment
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Be ;; would have to avoid
.: The Friendly Church" ,- sure you are right' ., then go an opportunity .
N. E. BOOTH, Pastor Saye ,Canova,-Pastor"- I ahead the reduction the wheat acreage -

ORDER OP SERVICE Sunday School,at .:_., 9:45 I Davey Crockett ,II history by string the excess wheator
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.Training I delivering] to the Secretary of
... a.m.
School _.. 9:48
'Sunday Union ........ 6:45: p.m.EveningWorship I The Herring Reunion was::held This cannot be done .
Agriculture. .
Morning, Worship's_invited 11:00 ajn. ............ 8:00 at New Hope Baptist Church Sun- when quotas are not in effect since q ; ,
Everyonr Prayer'Servioes Wednesday day September 15, with much Suc- r
EVENING SERVICES>> no farm: marketing excess is deter 9 t
at 7:30; p.m. cess. 'This is where relatives get
Junior Fellowship ..._ 6:00 p.m. mined for any farm.
.. 6:00 together for a warm friendship and Mr. Payne explained that provisions --- -
Jr. High Fellowship p.m. "
Youth Fellowship C ... 6:00 p.m. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD fellowship. . have been made for 1964 to Suregas Srvice*
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas- I continue giving producers who over :
Mrs Rufus Culbreth of Adel,
Sunday School 10:00 allotment
Social Hour 8:00 a.m plant their wheat an opportunity
Youth p.m. Morning Worship .....;.. 11:00 a.m. Georgia visited her brother-in-law to dispose of the excess .
Wednesday Hour of Power: 7:15 p.m Evening .Worship....._ 7:00 p.m and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charlie acreage by the deadline date. In

BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST TUESDAY Deas over the weekend. They accompanied this way, such producers may bene :
Bible Study at ID ajn each Sun. Prayer Meeting 1 7:30,' p.m. her back to Adel Sun fit by being eligible for price support :,',;'" ",, ';. a s InATLANTIC Jasper .
Church Service 11 ajn 7 pjn. FRIDAYS: day. (available at 50 percent of ...tlt: ( .
Y. P. EJ-V _' .._ '::30'' ..
4 Sundays each Month 1 .. p.n parity. as directed by law) and ==-OFFIlCFES .
Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Farnam and COAST,;LINE DEPOT ,
PBYE 6:00 p.m. each Sunday receiving the-base acreage as 1964 t

Elder L. M. DeVane;. pastor PRESBYTERiAR'CHURCHWHITE. R4NGS son of Jasper visited Mr. and Mrs, history the determination _\< : : .'-If. 1 -!: .. ;
: Sf Sr. after '
George Young Sunday 1.
of future allotments.
PRESBYTERIANCHURCH Rev .Ed.. Montgonjery' .
JASPER Jr. Pastor noon.
SERVICE Evening Service.._.__7:30. p. m. Summarizing the program pro
Tommy and Dorothy Keeling and
: vision, Mr. Payne? said that farms '
The Rev. William W. Van Zant III I baby of Jacksonville are spendingsome where the 1964 wheat acreage is O tober'4' & 5/

Sunday School ._-9:45 a. m. I BURNHAM CHRISTIAN time this week with their kept within the farm allotment (of a .

Services _._.._...-- U:00 CHURCH parents and grand parents Mr and ;15 acres or more) win receive their :
.- Paul H. Stewart Pastor Mrs. David Keeling and Mr.: and base t
( acreage as history for future
JASPER Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 I Mrs. Oscar Mills of Jasper. I allotments.Farms- with wheat
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Church Service Second and Fourth

Travis carters Sundays .................. 11:00 See Next Week's Paper For DetaUsWVWVWVWVVWWVWVWVVVWVWVWWWW
Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and I CLASSIFIED ADS f

Morning Service .. 11:00 a.m. Fourth Sunday nights ....... 6:30
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE -.HOUSE in Jasper. 1 MAN
Wednesday- Chcir Practice night: ...... 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODISTEnter $3500. Others priced higher. See operate a retail Watkins to manage Route and-in "' --...7A. ..? ----.r ..r .:..- .. >*

Prayer Service ...... 8:00 pjn. ;;: Rest Pray" Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan, Reg. j'!'this area. Earnings of $125.00 per .
Real Estate Brokers, Jasper tic week
i from the
BATTIST CHURCHRev. Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. very beginning.
DIVONIA Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.' I'i Write Mr. McGanty P. O. Box I. SHOP FROM
Truitt Comer REPAIRS-We repair all ,627, Williston .
Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. I II Florida. 04 H Kir
___ 10 ajn.reactoiiig .pliances. Mannings Radio Service
School ,
Sunday --
._ .- 11 a.m. Worship Services 2nd and 4th Jasper. 792-442L tfc SEVERAL I ,USED REFRIGERATORS imjfmnEE Vfl 'Bum YOUR CAR!
Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.mN LLEV
Training Union .......... 6:30 pjn. I Best of condition. Pric-
Preaching Service ...... 7:30 p.m. W HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. WO3IAX WHO CAN DRIVE to call ed to sell Mannings Radio Service Courteous Salesladies
regular each month established
Wednesday night Prayer N. M. Rowell pastor on Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc
Studio Girl
clients in and
Meeting __ ':80 pjn. Sur ay School every Sunday at To Serve You
around Jasper VISIT
10:30 I necessary FRIER MUSIC COMPANY
a.m. ;
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GOD Preaching 11:30 a.m. &: 7:30 p.m. I deliveries, etc. 3 or 4 hours per day I in Live Oak Florida for an your .

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Training Union ___._ 6:30 \ m. Route will pay up to $5.00 perhour. I musical needs from organs and .''A.. We Produce and Process
Y.P.E. Sunday ...._.._.. 6:30 pan. Prayer Meeting; on Wednesday. at I Write Studio Girl Cosmetics, Dept pianos to records and record players ...
Prayer Meeting Thurs. .. '1:30 p.m .7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY .. -- 75939 Glendale daii. S27c tfc c y our own Milk direct from

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jennings Florida FARMERSMONEY Sale. Good condition. $40 and .
Rev. C. E. (Bailey, Pastor Nathan Wooley Pastor $50. Mannings Radio Jasper
Sunday! School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School __ 10:00 a.m. for your farm opera- phone. 792-4421 tIe MILK A FULL DAY FRESHERI
Morning Service 11:00 a.m. (Each Sunday) tions at reasonable cost. Terms

'Training Union 7:00 p.nu_Preaching Service Each Sunday at to fit your needs. Loans up to FOR SALE Lot on Suwaime I
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. 11:00\a. m. and ,7:30 p. m. 7 years. Call North Florida Production I River at Suwannee
Wednesday service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each Springs. Rea I
prayer Wednesdayat Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave sonable.
Inqure Robert Ehlert Real
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH p.m. Live Oak. Tel 362.2588 Estate Broker. 792-6331 tic GaL

Sunday School __._ 10:00 W. D. Stewart Pastor GOOD USED TV Installed for MILK 90ct"
(A class for every age group) Sunday School 10:00 a.m. FREE LUBRICATION I 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio o-
Worship Service -...... 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Service. 792-4421 Jasper. tic genized
Youth ;Fellowship 6:00 pjn. raining,Union _h 8:30 p.m. We trill give a FREE Lube Job I I
with each oil .. '
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. change-for a NEEDED :
White Springs every Sunday at Wed. limited) time only! .

Swift Creek, 11:00 each a.m.Third Sunday GREEN Prayer RIDGE Meeting CHURCHOF 7:30 pan .Firestone Delco Batteries Tires MENAND COLORED WOMEN ONLY .\ _?: Farm Fresh; For Natural Flavor In Glass

to train for '
at 3:00 pm.; GOD --at competitive prices! ?


GEORGIA Sunday Seboo'l' ...:.:_ ... 10:00 a.m. TEXACO STATION KEY PUNCH OPERATORS
STATENVILLE.Allen Brooker Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 LID. Jasper Telephone 792-2903 SECRETARIES GOLDEN glass
'Sunday School ._ 10:00 jn. pan.VA I ; j
Worship Service 2n&tfttd>Kb'"> Prayer-Service WANTED-COLUE puppy Jar ELECTRONICS Gal.

Sundays ",,.._..:. 11:00 ajn. .- P. E..'\Friday Night 1:30 little girl. Call Mrs. Lander I Many jobs available in the above .. ..

Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS Stalvey at 7924402. ,1tc fields are offering security high
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at / i USED TYPEWRITER $40. Recently -j payStudent loans avalaWe.
Sunday :
8:00 pan. School each Sunday I Tecondittoned-an in good Call 242-5358
MYF Social Hour Each Thursday 10:00 a.-m. ,
order. The
,working Jasper NewsGeorgia
Open 9 to 7
a.m. pjn.
Services Each Sunday _._ .
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THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel Sing List Friday BYRNE COLLEGE

FacO. Florida each month ... 8 pan. .Store From ,215 S. Ashley Valdosta Drink
.MIrrors RecBvered
Bert E WheelerSday' eTnb Enclosures, Showers ,FURNITURE: FOR SALE: .' !:j Slgod for after school for the

School Service...11:00 10:00 AJJ.A2JLPreecfeteg FIRST STATENVILLE.BAPTIST GEORGIAD. CHURCH 215 W. Savannah Ave. at2- 28S House full of good used furniture C Golden Butter Flakes ;s < children in glass.

Erdag Service "7:30 PJf. .W. Kannon, Pastor VALDOSTA including few pieces of Antiques.

We BesdBy Prayer Meeting 7A (Services Each Sunday) FARM FOR SALE '. Buy any or alL % gaL 32C 46cIn

Sunday School ,- ,__._.10:00 a.m .190 Acres, 1.U tobacc .aJbfanent Naomi Brown-
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11:90, aoa. good tobacco bam and?out __ em. DeL glass 'lz gal. _

BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union _._..?.,... 6:3 0 pas.: ingp) Two good dwelling houses Ft. White Ffa.. Ollc

Rev. Marcus Morrison, pastorJec1a7 Prayer Service 1:1f) .Wednesday... at good water .several miles of newbee. FOR SALE IN J A9FEB-Fl" lets Days week .;.--
School (every Sunday at 1ee $158.00 per acre. and two houses in good Jioiflhtornood. STORE HOURS: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00j; p.m-7: per -t ,
pan. : ,
except_fifth Sunday a.m.1 yt"
) 10
PrMphtng Service each Sunday. WHITE SPRINGS Gen.J Naomi>eL Johns Brown Only 792-6331$S.,'or* W.Call L. Bryan RabertEhlert 'I: RF.?,u MBE$:, to shop for dairy and .i icer cream products at your nearest Strwannee ..

at 11 ajn. and ,:Ie.p.m. COWGRBGATWHAI. HOLBOSS Ft. IffhHe, Fia. Ollc 792-2965 Reg. Real Estate Brokers. : Valley Dairies Farm Store for freshness, flavor and low prices!

Pray Meeting each Wedae7 *- S SbaoI eaeh Ssnd yt I'" .... I
day at :* PNt Mn'Ice WORK WANTEDodd jobs, yard ]FOR SALE-Weee'rosnat I -
p.m. evey Jed aM Oct. New Store Hours SOOa.m. 7:00'PD1.
Trtefasc. Uafefi 66 pja.,fila atn a... A,"" wort ,reasonable, ,See 0..W. Nor- :, Good 01' tioG"IIL Effective : .
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Friday .September 2X( 1963 .' --- .fHE JASPFR 9 NEWS.: JASPER ; FLORIDA. -" .-., f.-. .PACE SEVEN"LiTTyj

: : L\VitH\ tpr H me ..i Here are some of .they. J common', HOSPITAL NEWS: .r'. ... .: }yJ
tlI: itn :. ,: -: types of*fake medical get: I1 I- .. .trlGJU'
v ;
, ,'-,"_..- J : .. '* ir "'-' -) .... i ii Demonstration, ;: 't Diagnostic "and Treatment MaIchines. ... .. ,.-- .- I.. -.".... .-.. ... 'T...," 1"FAR t'AWAY'
i I .,' t rz i" '- : .* cLE.very Friday 1' .' ., !I '- ... i Jh-1 *1J.- \1:<& Fake :w!Soften gnqj! $ m chno3J l -e.,"' ",,! "' --:" !. 1 --' .-' '" ; '", [ "
-"""' -Secon IassT Postage*:Paid ut.Jasper, ,..Poridai look impressive, with dials-, .
"r Agent ..
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J : r
'. ".' -.' flashing lighbtflg; ggi&fft&tf*.;, : : :.,:: I
Inc Adyasc < ; :o. NewArrivaI
_S u cn, P lions 1 Qyd Y' = r. & l,h- rts, and ifnm-es=;ive console **.- : d S ..

I X3!40u, .T.v ...-.' ,4\,:(Bounty ""--$*m:.OO'Outside_ -ohCou y >fib I :.. br.WyIr ..WLiU; an.I I, "binet%., They; may:;be tJeliberateJy} g wPATIENTS -, ::>: : ":.":'t' 1 '' '' .. ..A'" ., t II
Cards J.of Thanks. '. i'z . .. ',$t':.OQ Minimum., ; ". I t tt + designed lb> lock lUre mnvx-ray machine .:. IN HOSPITAL NOW: I( Mr. 8.nd'' Mrs Ernest E. Harveyare :
\ 1 SYcamore 2-6331 w.- ,- o$an e'ectrocardiagraph* or > parents of a baby girl Brenda
Telephone,, I some other scientific device.Be Lizzie Cbmbass (Mrs.)
I Mr,'and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors? and'Publishers t. wary of the practitioner ,who Mrs Gloria McGauley Lee Hamilton Harvey Memorial bon September 11 in

has a machine for diagnosing: or E. J. McCall j '*' Hospital. coltTRAFFIC
SPRINGS treating almost kind Sump Smith i
WHITE of dis-
i any I Bennie David, and Betty Pearl
BoostersTo Brown
: Mrs.
ease simply by turning- dials and ,
Morris colored are'.pare.nts
( ) of a
Meet I NEWS' apnlyiiy: electrical contacts to the Mrs. Wynell DISCHARGED GillPATIENTS j daughter, Deborah,,Ann..born Sep. i
body. Such devices are fakes!I
% tember 12 in Hamilton) \ Memorial
Your doctor's good "judgement SINCE LAST WEEK: .
The Jennings Boosters Club will by Mrs. liar)" CoHln0 and experience are essential to Mrs. Alice Tyre I Hospital. ...."."."..;.-.. 1 1 I
meet Monday September 23, ,at
"8:00 in the high school'auditorium.1 i -. Sunday- ;. September .22, is Rally i I R' ., -ooer diagnosis -treatment.. Mrs.Mrs.. Clyde Mary Harvey Alderman: Earl and::! Betty*: Please come as matters of 'great j Day, Promotion Day and Awards ,There is no short cut ored) are pa.reht'ott.8JDa' Tyl.. our 4-H projects would cover and
Importance will discussed.. I day in the Methodist Sunday School. 13., SENIOR CITIZENS AND Radiating Devices. Radio waves Mrs. LessieViD.iams Earl Lane. bofhf'Septefiibfer' 18 in some of the things we would havei
diver Attwood (cot) .
I and other forma of radiation :
I are Hamilton Memorial: Hospital ,to do to complete each one.
!lEveryone pleasctry and be presfent MECHANIC OUACKERYIn'an I ,.:: yg _
"aw Havee r ,bort:yourniaga:' : .rfiiysterioixs; to-onostupt .us. We ... I-I
>We'wt1t'.liave' a-joint B&etinfr \V 5en armature whirlsa '' "' ''' r Next the c as:
r-I age know about rifecucilxray Ieoirht+d Hollez
zlnes See a Junior or Senior and just enough :
they' ] will: fill your orders.. ,of the classes; ,and meet in the:,'- :man around the Dearth twenty-two and atomic energy to makeus Preston J. Bormell (colored) are parents of a daughter follows '
church. .. times in thirty-four; hours it is gullible for the swindler with a John Lyies Angela .LaFay borct September:President > i
I easy to believe machine can do Clyde McGhin 17 in Hamilton Memorial Vice Dodge
I I new form of medical "ray. The Hospital. otficele. :
Jennings PiT.A. Remember 'HomeCQ. at anything if'only find the Secretary ',
II Day one can important facts.: .A homSuse gadget -! Mrs AIma.Bailey : J.
:i Swiftr Creek! Church next Sunday, I I right machine. f 'giving off enough radiation toi V. H. Mathis a UH. Reporter 1.
Monrlav'ite JASPER SENI "
Met '
[September 29. There will be na I 'Mecficine'Othe space science: have any medical effect j would be Petty Pearl Morris (coLV ',.A Council del w"'ant 1
I morning service .at White Springs:does have its miracle machines. i *".* -. : 4-H CLUB NEWSSept. Project "lrve"bm
T'bP Mrs. Gill :
Jennings P.T.A. met In/ the! j very dangerous. And. if ;4t doesn t Wynell : ., ,
F R "high school auditorium with ,Mrs. i 1DfethodistQnir'c I morning. j The x-ray.1n ther hands,of exPeri- 'give off enough to have an effect. Mrs. Shirley Anne WaldronMrs. 9th the Jasper Setttnor High Norris and Rita Cayes. ...
Allen.Johnson: president presiding..I I I Everyone{ invited to Swift enced practitioners has saved millions ,it's worthless. Effectiveradiation' Jettie Rogers Girls 4-H C Vtvligrtail t to order I i There were nineteen preset.
The devotions were given by El= Creek for service and dinner on the I II I I of lives. The electrocardiograph can be safely used only by the doc!f. Mrs. Elizabeth Pearson ,.".'- for the first time''in y 19SW54' by this meeting., ? '7* i
der Roy DeVane He read the!I grounds afterward Rev. Roy Fisher .helps the doctor to study the tor! Alton,McCullers Mrs.. Wylma White, gur IJ Club The meeting was d joumed 3t :
will have charge of the service. j action of the heart these helps, > I ', ,
-nineteenth Psalm on which he gave I; >I I Electricity and Magnestism. Various Pauline dandy (col.) Leader. 'tf /f J 1:20."j .
1i i i I both in diagnosis and treatment.But I -! Marson Reynolds I The call of orcferVw followed 1 by Reporter T nry- *Bon eu:
timely explanations.
'i] I kinds of fake machines that .
i I the real miracles of scientific Willie Mae Robinson (coL V '
Several ; ap j electric shocks -- -
4-H MEETING HELD !medical instruments have given the produce or generate ,
(coL) ,
a' Bettye
pointed. Principal DeVane gave_ I I magnetic force have been promoted '
charlatan ideas for his > \
t report on the T-V which. we ]hope to I I I On Sept. 10, 1963, The Senior]fake machines many, and new made it easier for many years. The horse col- r Coy Postell THE' AMERICAN. WAYU6RTBIU.SWEH 1

purchase. j 1[4-H Chin was called to order by 'for the public to believe in them. 'lar "electric belt" demonstrated at 1
The new teachers were nitroduc-!Mr. Anderson at 1:45. He recognized ''county fairs :
Older folks with chronic diseases was just as "scientific'"as Legal Advs
'I I . .
ed. The third and the ninth
ed members for the year,. He ar ily apt to be taken in some of the more impressive- i,
grade won prizes 'for best attend each member NOTICE OF ELECTION
explained what new bytais\ of medical swindle. |looking gadgets in use today. One
ance. should do in the coming year ''of these was represented to treat The next'meeting will be 'the third ... terms of four each for Ham-I .71K1fW .1'
j! We elected officrs7for the year r jail kinds of diseases by means of years | f ?
Monday in October. We invited They were as follows:-President, ,electric current: passed through the ilton Soil Conservation District. tf-fi
everyone to attend.ELECTED 'I Don Wetherington; Vice President -trlJ.m {body. Such uses cf electricity are 'I October 10, 1963 FQOsItNE 'i ,

I David Smith; Secretary and.treasurer 11 I{worthless for any therapeutic pur-I'I' Pursuant to the Soil ConservationAct
TO ANGUS ASSN. A. L. Miller: Reporter Den- I pose. Chapter 582, Florida Statutes II
Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Fuller, nis Smith; and Council. Delegate THE. GlRl WHO GelS AND OUTEVERY HARRYOiTEM lulttti.i | Light and Sound Machines. One of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1943,
Jasper, have been elected to membership Elwood Bembry" &*. t TOM ENDS.DICK&.1P WITH JACfUfSEARS&SONS 'of the most infamous and'spectac- 'notice thereby- given of an election
in the!American Angus Association ( ular fake devices the Spectro- to be held on October 10, 1963
'Bem'bry -t 1 I
I at, St. Joseph Missouri I I 1. Elwood ), Bijly Morgan, I chrome was essentially a machine,for the election of two (2) supervisors -I
'Dennis Smith{:,.yojdnte J ed for the I! ,'
announces Frank Richards, secre for shining lights of various colors' for terrors of four ((4)) years;,
program:of thanex lmMting.:Dates
tary. : I each.
onto the body There was a lot of
The Fuller were among the 11 in the coming moridr.Were discus- rI Places Carver's
hocus-pocus and ritual to make the I I Polling :, Store
breeders of registered Aberdeen- sed. There was no further business
I Aso process seem very mysterious: White Springs, Florida .
Angus in Florida elected to membership the meeting was adjourned. I ASC Office Jasper, Florida set
Another-the Sonus FilnvO-Sonic
during the past month. Reporter ;.Denni Smith. -applied the electric current from Cunningham,'Grocery, Jennings, af .. 4J

FLORIDA POWER TO BUILD NEW PLANT ( tape recordings of popular music Il1orlt.A:;;: .
I Places will be between -
Polling open
to the surface of the body through
r the hours of 8:00 andx:00 t
kt -) : a.m.
moistened pads. 's noke Gets in ,
-- I YourEyes" was claimed., cure I p.m.
lis. All qualified electors residing
lac I cancer; "Holiday for Strings" to!
within the District shall be eligible
cure arthritis. :
!!to vote ni this election '
fv8r worthless..
They were equally
i I j A qualified eJe in

"Air Purifiers"'and Negative lion'the Florida Soil Conservation Act R. .. }
.; etown Generators. Promotion of socallI I'''includes any person qualified to .

WRf'CK Nc ed "air purifiers"' for example for I'vote in general elections under the "

preventing or treating respiratory I Constitution and Statutes of this ..;., ; .1
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE infections and other types: of dis- state who is also a landowner ; : ...
Red i j *:. "': .. 'N'I',. J" ',,
named district. iL. v.
x LvoIy. I eases isone of today's, mdsf prevalent -i the herein -- _. ; i"\
health swindles. EquipmentSCMNCE M. HollingwortiK Administrator :: ',

I But What About The Second Bill?
I 1 1 1I I State Soil Conservation

Y .'n0. S {i SKETCHES+ I I!September Board 20, 27 .".t"' ""_'YA..4'.6'.6'l7'l7'.4'l7' .#-" .V .

'us 19, ... I I! ----i',A.. --
u e "is available for effective air puriification -

($z1 Crtal *km:5 G I but it is far more expensive (
i Occupational
River _than the small units common-
t jly. 'sold in retail stores. The latterdo

S. '.-- not have sufficient capacity for ...... .
r5 ': '_ 'S : removing dust and pollen which --

'ii: may aggravate allergic conditions

." .... .7imJr 1 1TV I such as hay fever and no air purifier LICENSES
t .. can truthfully be promoted for
T STARS who never rode a I treating viral or bacteria diseases

'GOOD' varies such as colds influenza, pneumon-
horse are on view at NorthwestA night's sleep
ern University's Dearborn Ob>> from person to person, says Nathaniel tuberculosis etc.
As this map indicates, Florida Power: Corporation's "1966 Plant" serratory in Evanston, ilL A KJeihnan, Santa Monica, 11a The best advice here is to check i

site is located almost due west of the community of Red Leyel on U. S. television camera has been atCalif.., PH.D., but it's easy to tell Vibrating your doctor Devices.BEFORE These you come buy.j i are due Oct: 1st

19 half between the communities of River tached 18)4 incl next if enough. j
approximately way Crystal to an refracting, day you got you I, in all shapes and forms from hand
i and Inglis, and is about 85 miles north of St. Petersburg. I telescope to bring the universe to woke up spontaneously in the units to pillows, rolling pins chairs I I

Florida Power'recently announced its decision to purchase this I astronomers via a. closed-circuit morning and don't get drowsy io and even mattresses, vibration is 1 I wI

3,500-acre< tract of land in Citrus,County for the construction of a new monitor. the afternoon, that's enough. I produced by an off-center drive 1 ."""

steam-electric generating plant! which ultimately will have ,a capabilityof I ,shaft geared to an electric motor.
+ two-million kilowatts. --,- Some have a heating element.
r Flalse claims have been made for You may purchase license
The first unit with a 400,000-kilowatt capacity-will be one of t your
effectiveness of vibrators in treat-
the most modem and efficient in the electric industry. The plant's first 't .
ing a wide range of ailments, for -s
unit will be almost twice the size of the recent unit which went into .
example for reducing weight for at the Tax Collector's Office
i operation at the company's Paul L. Bartow plant on Weedon Island: St. "recontouring" the figure or "spot any

Petersburg; the Bartow Plant has a total capability of 457,000 kilowattsH. reducing." If you like the sensa-

K. McKean company senior vice president said "Start of I U.1JEt1In tion provided by a vibrator gadget time during September. '
construction is expected by January 1, 1964-dependent upon the successful well and good. But do: not expect
completion of a series of site investigations and tests some of r medical miracles. vibration can-

which are presently, undenva r.'' He said that the new plant's first not cure arthritis rheumatism circulatory -

unit is scheduled to go into operation by late 1966. After 1966, he reported A MECHANICAL bubble bath has blower which forces air through ailments or nervous con 1 Respectfully

construction plans for additional units will be dictated by the demandfor been introduced to "swirl your a flexible tube into the bath water ditions. ,
electricity on Florida Power's fast-growng system. tensions away.'* The NCG Sara- Just lie there and let the bubbles Devices for "Erasing" the rar-I -
has do the work. ages of Time. Many of these have S
toga Hydro-Air-Massage a I DAN BRASWELL
-- been taken off the market as cruel> ,,-- ; I'.
r .. hoaxes. Recent examples are ,the : J. r.
#VtJJ""f<" .J. _._ _._....._.."'-.. ___-_"'_""' -"' _-_-_" -.Y I facial stimulators-using electrical ..*
d.a IIRell CO .. '.
tfJ4Our .*
y'l z Tax Collector
'current to produce muscle contrac- ;
tions. They were claimed to imJ -
FARMSFOR J'prove' face and neck by "erasing" '

1 "just around location the is corner"practically from I(.wrinkles under the sagging eyes. muscles and bags: I Hamilton County, Florida

any part of town-wby don't I No machine can turn back the
t you see us for your bonding ca1eftd: r..
needs! Do it today!! SALE A..r-..."'. '''_' -_._'"'.-._-_-' ... _- .II ;ff.Wffff: $ "Wf.
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USED T-V I In Suwannee County

ONLY $SOUSED 95 acre farm at'$90 per acre. 1 acre tobacco'*al-fc I WE BUY CORN : :

lotment. Good terms.
77.8 acres with 1.89 tobacco. Near Live Oak. All ]

Refrigerator good cropland. $17,000 with $5,000 down. :j. -r,* .J (NEW CROP CORN)

Come in And took ONLY$75 Also two farms in Hamilton County
Atwh rye 9otYoulsure k J2ayingHighesi! Market Prices-

SeysW>f6eWett b.pitted.:' SEE THEM_ .,>-fS !-100. acres .good.!. land, no house. $100 per acre. i ; << I _

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i W. L. BRYAN; phone 7M 2!*85ROBERT' o

t / J.A. Mitchell Miffing Co.

f UIDFRS* s<'C CTkICAC *PUMEf GS r uzrse s EHLERT, phone 792-44H .-

Regir Bred Real Estate Brokers, Telephone 792-2151 Jasper


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