The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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A Hating" 'Season) [ Dr. Wade,; Norris AJttmtJ: Tyr.e, ,: Je !&s High J. 'Y- McAlpin Seeks Early Payment On'' Mayor's\ Report-To ;

.cl SeisU day I Seeks ReelectionTo Seeks ReelectionTo 'FTo<< Pie Miss\ J..H.S.'I1t Re-election To Grain ProgramGrowers I'Citizens of Jasper'

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,1.110"""" to Florida,. of all earn l _:Council School: l Board''' I 'Juntt- Class of Jennings House of Rep. who take part in the 19b4 As your Mayor during the''past'

Hunttnr i High JSchoowill( present the MissIJLH. feed grain program may receive a i two years I wish to express my
birds and afl'game animals.. except. % t hereto'' announce-as a candidate F To the people of.Hamilton County S-Ggritest and a BarBQueifGpper' : I t hereby announce my candidacy' part of the diversion payment in J'! thanks and appreciation to the ciU
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;rabhlht wmt'eIIIfe du tIOtft I kt"'the, fy t'SincU( Jasper"; "He"reby rice mV"'I!' M elf on Febniary792:1'btsupperwill reflection:: n as RepreseMWiWtoi ll, adva.t1t'e\Va"a; ata tizenarof.Jaspar for>the. support I e

atte.1UlSet.&uda.1..Febt'Ulu'I 23, It has been'my pleasure to serve for a member tot the Board of Public betbel4t at the.school lunchroom Hamilton County In the Florida Leg Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation : have received In this most important t

aweoratng: [ fc> A. D. AMriph.'! dhectceGame the people d Jasperas yourtxm: Instruction of Harm Se. County: at S (p.m The ,contest will islature subject to the approaching County Committee, has office I also express my deep',

and n-rsb.. Water'. Fish Com cilman: the past two years, i 'I I want SsFthank everyone for the.. follow bmnediatery at ,7:30:: p.m. IndJe Democratic Primary, May 1964. announced. As last year, the program appreciation for the confidence: the,

mission.;, '{ believe that much progress has privilege'and 'honor" afforded me) school auditorium will be avertable for corn and citizens placed In me by not providing g
'Othlr rabbits and i unprotected animals been made (n. 'the ,city during the in serving yoil in {he past* 1 r" } If honored with reelection to grain sorghum. opposition In the city election '

DIMS may bd taken after!'\" I time that I ,have served jriany. int.proVements I I.earratrytsolicit'your-vote and serve the people of our county for Up to'one-half of the estimated on March 3. 19&4. for the Mayors -' ,,'
are still needed in Jasper tthe fortb-e another term in this 'capacity; It total diversion
the c.1ocdn day1.J'etaJarY! :23until suport.: opening of the. pfcl J turtey I' and,I will as In tM pajt.tpocpei| < ifvre-elected .tojlhls = = shall be my continued: purpose to made in advance at the partici promise ss In the past to striveto

bier huntina'season lit certain eoun-I ate'with the other-members or the}Important BoardT will endeavor' ."" .' diligently pursue-passage of aQ leg pant's request at the 'dIM of signing serve all the people of Jasper''

ties. Inftorthweat and central l'lor( Can>fll'arkI'striverto make decision /ii to serve all the people of the county .- ,...The,f* to-engraver blames It on islatlon{ coming: before the House up or as soon as posaible,after and to make Jasper a better placeIn

da, March, 2$ to April 12. '.1 1 I *'that wit make Jasper a?.better ? ,,'r have laways done <: poor nuifi service, and we blame it which tends for. the beat Intercast that time, the Chairman explained.The which to live. ,

we'Unprotected-. '- ; place' to live. '< | I believe' the children Countywide on the phojf-engraver, but a combination and benefit of Hamilton County and rest of the diversion paymentand As your Mayor I submit the following .
animal and; bird* As a. business man In Jasper I should have equal educational ofthe two made the Jasper It's citizens. aQ of the price-support payment condensed report relatingto

which may be taken at any time in realize, the Importance ,.of .sound opportunities. '. News cetne out without picturesthis At the same time I. shall bend offered by the program will activities and occomplishments
Florida include bobcat 'red andgrey business practice and as your councilman Sincerely, week. %here are two brides, untiring<'etforta'toward defeat be made next tall of the City or Jasper during theyear
fox, raccoon: opossum!; nutrl* : 'would,' strive"at !in the Allen B.. Tyree all the Future Farmers of Jasper of my all laws contrary to that end 'The advance payment provision 1963.

<.*kunk .flying squirrel, english sparrow past to see that your Qty'aovel'ft4P1ent and *. lot of Jennings folks mad at should be of substantial benefit to The purpose of this report is to
; ArmadlUov: ''crow 'rats 'mice Is :oPerated on a sound basis.I F.t' us because of It, We are sorry but During my' tenure as a member I growers who can use some 'extra place a practical description of the
bats .moles shrews and am married and have one son we did aU ::9.could.: Editor: of the Florida House I have servedon I ready cash during the spring plantIng many activities'engaged'In by"thecity

own property in Jasper, run my I E vin Rss ; 'f* practicality all of the committees season in the hands of the public so
AD hawks and owls and buuarda.1 buslneess in Jasper therefor I am < : of that body, and have thereby II As In 1963, the 1964 feed grain proTram that the citizenry will be better'' Informed

birds, an danimsls. vitally Interested in the" future of _YOO gained experience, which together offers )participants a paymentfor as to the cities many complex :
gators and crocodiles, Jasper .r : with the respect and cooperation diversion of eligible cropland to activities. f
above as "wh )cotected" are fully i r Your vote' aNt support' : '' will be GETWWttli 1 ; ; af my colleagues whom it has been approved"'conserving' uses, and a Routine house keeping duties

protected, Federal' and stats appreciated, my privilege to work with, I, feel price support payment on the nor such as garbage and trash collection .
Jaws. Dr. Wade Norris '
I I.E.2. r" mal production of the 1964 feed
factors in qualifications street sweeping,
p are Important my cemetery
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; : res will also qualify for price-sup meter reading .central of..
k: : OBSERVE CENTENNIAL OF l A'ITLEOF"\ ,' INTERESTING ABOUT tAIL FACTS WAR earnestly solicit your vote and port barn or purchase agreements lice activities 'and area drainage

support. oh their entire production from the activities we engaged In' and Improved

.f'QEIJSTEE THIS WEEKEND AT BATTLE skirmishes Approximately,' nd ft engagements 000 battles I 'Gratefully yours, feed grain acreage.of and during 1963.
.:J Sn'HOLLAND were fought,/luring the Civil J, W. McAlpin ; Tie acreage corn grain In addition to routine activities
J ; sorghum, has been combined into the City under the direction of its
\, War. fi.'lTh' % one total feed grain base' for each and Council its
? the WORK STARTS ON Mayor City replaced
a + 41r weapon of ,
TO SPEAK k wveY ur u+'k ? f ?y,1} Pf Qtlpoa '' farm and a produce" may'' divert I worn and deficient police car witha
war was i single'shotmuzzle-, WEST PASS OfSUWANNEE one or more of the feed grains intrie
>, 6 ntor Speward L. Holland loading.,rUle; >hich: could beloaded .. new and modern oneandaddeda ,; ,
uase. His diversion
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Fbuary'' pay sorely needed two ton truck to the
-Will speak Saturday, two timeaa'mtnuts RIVERThe
ment be'made at the ''
2:00 .p-n at the' of abort peracrerate street department equipment. Firs.ab .
22.., 1904 at : : bad a maximum'fsnge
: site,., two 1000; > yards. \ project) of dr dirln.t! a applying to the grain diverted. payment on the new City'nail
miss eastaOluate. This of' The minimum diversion under theprogrurrt building 'made In 1963 also
Of the, JeMjOOO, on 'he Union channel out the West Pas was ,
Centennial Commemoration side whoJoel' their lives one- i tie Suwaftnee River to deep'' will be> 20 percent of thefarm's final payment of $4.000.00 was

program is sponsored by Florida third weri tolled or died ,of water 'In the Gulf of Mexico got i feed grain base acreage made on the 1939 refunding bond
Library and Historical Comnission. wounds a two-thirds, 'died ofdiseuee'sirchis bet to a startlast Monday. A1 participation !in the 1964 Issue. Thereby freeing the city of'

The Columbia. and Ba- ? 'dysentery: ..typhoid' crew of three' engineer from feed. grain program Is voluntary any general Indebtedness for the
-iker; County area was the site fev.r, malaria; 'pneumo- '<'Mlama, representing, Rader. AAssociates. the price '",' support payments.;and first time since the 1920'.'
of Important Civil"War'bat.tU 'nla and malnutrition. ,- .:( .' :.who': was. awarded loans as weU as'the diversion. pay ',A great amount'of effort toward

'_ an 100',yearsago; ',thlI.week.: f In three neighboring eountteen ,. th'e; contract, 'tci ';'do.the' engl ments'r* win be available only to securing a' new' site 'for the ,City

Many of thou.lta 'VlrrfttU& :!''wibracin* Frtd.r-!' t'geelua'r. ;snd'detiU'drawings' In)1' growers who carry out the program Dumpwasexpended by ,everyoneconnected '

,- t : .-iii .;,.11 Ii....: .,.....t...-Jk4nbak. lehoraville.>the: aration' for the actual. cemetery"and ,;. 1 t'W11derneas, .rp 'rColdBarbol': : ,: IIh' rk:'. 1 ..' .hll'l !- \ 1i1'. --itW; wa a .Ita
'' ;interne-ration program at "} more)"""mea..,)sears, filled. : .> i Itrwieted..Di.'.a'\ nta;. ; r tl'r';' ',s\' MM beet %M.ne44orh of tfttflty
,Olustee Battlefield'site are de.cendents \ *'.' ;.'Telodv'yPS- ynn: nnoqi.-.'1L ':or.) :, 'wounded1'clUJ'fn6fdl: CM1 War' 'th4-"actual "gtfrTWater;. "' and a sanitary land, MI nr.iralinii'
Qt veterans :-of"this; On' this ,Oluatce,Battlefield;, 100 years'ago,1'FebrimY tJu. ','Wer.lcUlecL and) wounded, ; ,''Division of the,Conservation ffob tco-- :]Meetinr will begin then in the'near futureThU ,?. .r;
frattL killed. 1999 wounded attdd512weremiasing Jn t' ,20. 1864; o total of 896 were of 1812 be NWar with' > ", '.. .
'The Palmetto Battery Bkirm- battU. This myagemtnt.entered I = : ScheduledThe the 'city''':to. level and: cover the
from' Orangeburg. S" 3" a. the most Mexico and all the Indian wan H j J. .erpectedtlut; the fieldwork present dump site near the cemetery o "
itch group full Con-, .: into th annals of Antrioen'Htstorg at combined. There were lift( gen-' will take'', about two Jo thus greatly improving this unsightly .
will be present,In / number "
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: '..and'put costly tin ea8'U4ltiu'during tke'toar, when ,, eras who met death fvere three, .weeks are U., S. Department of Agricu area.. l'A > federate battle dress : lon the batttt.to eon andaI11lan. has announced that meeting
the length of ture ,, a
drill demonstration*:ar< o( men taking[ and Approximately one-quarter of to be'cmpl. lit. 73,000 gallon elevated water:
well a the color*; .4?. ',tidtred. Union and Confederate troop, numbering the loldler.'In the Union Army. 1 Immediately thereafter' the will be held ks'Uve Oak Florida. tank was purchased repaired painted
as present I
5,600 each. meet in combat on this flat pine land. Union were foreign born. Suwannee River Authority will on 1JeMtayFebruary 25, for the and connected to the existing 11
The Baker County High retreated to the There 2,000 boy. of discussing all phases of .
St'httB.nd / forces suffered a ntvnning defeat. and were over make plans to advertise for, city water system with an eight
;and the Lake City 14 old or younger in the the tobacco Industry I The meeting<, \
will irusie bet Jacksonville Z area years bids for 'the actual dredging.The Inch water main; A six Inch well on
provide Union ranks Three hlnvdredwere I channel Is to be 5 feet which will be open to the public I.
and during the nro&ram Sen- CIVIL WAR MEtiOhUt vocation by Rev. E. F. Mont 13 years old or less. And, and 60 'ft wide, with ''an will begin at 9:00: *.,n, and will last the same sight as the elevated tank

.ator Edwin G, Fraser Richard will be IN LAKE CITY: FEB 22' gomery- Pledge to Flag by Hal there were 200,000 nc older deep alternate project of a side c4iQ most of the day It Is to be held In was also desirable purchased reserve giving!In the water City

master Dickson of ceremonies.of Baldwin will A memorial service for' thoie 'Joplln..- Confederate aalu'.e! by than 16 years. nef up into Salt Creek If enough tbeyCbjIseum, on' the outskirts,' of a capacity very ; 'Three 'thousand feet ol
.A. Butler Welcomrby The first Texas Regiment C. OAK and with. interest
,Josephine available for live 'everyone an
thebattle funds
who their lives : are
gave eight inch and 1.20Q) feet of two inch
wilt be!i held installed 1963
Pledge'of Olodee water line was during
.Harrell will lead the ? 82
: Brett Wattles, Gen. Lee's ad tarn; 'haci1ouea ofover per Chairman otherwise is invited to attend,
Suturday. February 22. at iMahlon. McKinney, : consumers were
Allegiance to the' Flag. Janm cent. the First Twentyone new
At Gettysburg Theme for'the meeting, one of
'W. Knabb: ,Jr., will lead, t>.' 10:30 at; m. in'Oakland Cemetcry '< ..dress/"by! / David Po .. Introductions Minnesota" Union Regimentlost of the Suwannee River Author- several scheduled throughout the added us a result of expanding; exist It
J., ,D.. '.. by Wallace Joplin ''Hy,advises that this channel" at and t
Confederate .a ute. Rev. in.Lake l City About 200'soldiers'twrho 82 per cent'and the 141st flue-cured,tobacco producing areas ting.water lines improved service 9
Williams of Glen St. Mary. vUl < gave tKeir 'lives Laying. of memorial wreath by Pennsylvania''Union Regiment the mouth of the Suwanneehas object In: the Southeastern States,,Is '''To resulted to others. Three thou

give the invocation. TwoNapolion in this battle 'arerbaried' in tQIrv LtdUefleld. and taps by, lost almost''' 76 per cent In kill been one of'the'prime the bacco In Focus." Topics to be dls sand feet'of elaht': inch sewer line 1
cannons wil\ be unveiled by Oakland. \Eddie Davis! The Lake CityHigh ed'missing' or wounded Some of the Authority for cussed at'the meeting Include tobacco and SCO feet;of six Inch aewer line t''
Mrs. Katherine' Finnegsn Cook :, : authorities accredited the 26tW past three years, and that many was Installed by city'crews durinc I
? Congrciransn School Band wtn'prOYfde research,/supply Wand demand ,
,and Mrs. Nettie Green.'Golphin. Matthews! will deliver D. R. the(Billy mem-), imuaie and the Lake City National North: Carolina, Regiment with' people ere due thanks"hot"for this.on ; and world production and the_put. year: l"a1'1Y.lm1Jl'OVne! J g',' ,
Mrs. .Asa'Coleman Jr. th.: greatest !Floes' in 'a single project really got Jaipers sewage facOitlesi; Kif
win place a memorial wreath, ;; ,oils!r address; Mrs: Kay Little-, ; '.Guard will ,also partlcl- battle recorded in the Civil February 23,, 1963, when a trade Emphasis will' be placed on : Under capital improvements also' :
L continuation'of prorreia'made
,field of Lake City and Mrs. '"pate. meeting was held'down' at Su- the ) 8.
ti ,;jit the monumentChildren War 85 per cent at Gettysburg market acceptability a small lot,. directly behind'City, '
Children of of the Florida by, about CO'people last year In Improving
o>f veterans of th'Civil \ Thomas W. Lester of Jacksonville v .' wannee. to both Hall was purchased ,in order, to ,.
work. of U. S.Tobacco
War encouraged t\ < are In charge of this' pro. Civil?War art encouraged to The greatest'cavalry battle) interested Inthis/ Ample gjve the city necessary property for d" ,
attend* and will receive Special' gram, and Invite.th.''pubUc'' to' "attend and wiil-fecehre special ever fought in the Western'' Tlies included Sen.) Randolph. domestic and foreign users. future expansion when the need
Director of the Conservation be aDoted for a questionand
recognition.. Widow of Civil ,attend this memorial ervic recognition. Widows of Civil Hemisphere was at Brandy-Sta*' Hodges, and, Co I.. time will period at the close of arises. A tractor for cutting grass r rand .

War veterans will also receive The-following people are ta' War veterans also receive specisf Lion, Virginia on Jtme 9, 1863.1f11'en Kelley Department his aisltant th- answer < other 'uses was purchased to d f.,

special recognition. king part in the program, In. recognition. 20,000 cavalrymen: wereengaged Jervey Rep. Hal' .Chslret Senator Emery program.! T. Williams chairman of aide In the maintenance, and for '

'V'''r __ ... ,...--- -- for more than twelve Houston Roberts'// Rep Hpwell the Agricul'UTpl, StabUzaMon and future paving of streets. 'I,)
bourseThe .
; greatest military haul Lancaster, Rep." Leon JIcDonald Conservation: (ASC) State Committee Improvements to the insideandoutside
ro ) Rep. Frank', Morrison. will preside over the miet'ing.'Mr..wriiams of the City Hall building ;
ever made In iJbfc.Western Hern.-; ,!::1 ;
.. (Isphere': WM by- General Grant, Also''presf nt were' midet'(;of the } Is also a,member' were completed during report per- \ ::

In '1863 (in: the VIcksburg Cam 'I number of the Suwannte,River Of the National .TofcAecoAdvlscfJ M. ., f ... 1;
Street lighting was Improved by'
,31.600. Authority several eounty o-uNttee. !
-4 paign.. Ht, captured
I Confederate prisoners 172 ClIo 'commlfsloners and other .offioV I Top level representatives of the replacing old street lights with new

i non and'* 60,000 small arms ab.! ,To be partlcul.rly'com' various segments of the tobatrcialwtrv Mercury! ,Vapor lights: on 1st street \1: ; t

.; when VIck Urt. fe'l 1 mended in getting this project : will apneur on the r>n> SW, 70th Street SW 8th Street SW \
. General 4Stontwall"; Jfctnton, under way is 'Representative. gram Including: J. D. Hulson;'Pre 1st Avenue SE and 7th Avenue se. 1 y .
Hal Chslres and Senator.Etter -The City's housing program experienced J '
fought five' major battles during sident.! Tobacco Associates.; Frank I '
the ,Sb'ananrfoah' Valley Ufhrr, who were' instrumental.'in ., ? Wur..., ,x.': .lve V\r\ President progress during 1963. receiving a f'
Cempaljrn 1862. ''His force guiding passage of ''speelillegislation The Tobacco Institute John Pafener commitments. from, the } It \,\

of 16,000'.men'; defeated four J state,( to provide Leaf! Tobacco ,Exoortem; .Association Housing'units. During, this I report t j'' :'"
separate Union armies totalling ,$50,000 funds; whidt }' WniiaVrt II. W. Anderson-iTo- period five;?, substandard housing ;f.
63.000 men.Confederate. will cover most "of the'work1.. ba"o Gnwera, Information Committee units, were upgraded to standardcondition }
Genera] Robert The Suwannee River Authority, ; William Of ''Flaherty and three'sub-standard' :

E; ,Lu.nd- P. G. T. Beaure. together with Dixie. Counttyare''providing'30 < Tobacco'Tax Council;' Fred Rovstef unite were removed bj/i/ the owners. '

yard bad both served as Superintendent : peteeat' of Bright Belt Warehouse Association: The1 finances ,of,, the'city'' should rf

wv of' the United States the :cost.of the work. :: LiT; Week, Fkfe'Cured ,Tobacco betnoled,180, ,, in this report period. "'
there I
low' "
presently) An tide
Military Academy Also serving Stabilization ,'Corpora The city account: showed balance
r In'endent of the U. S. Naval from th'e Suwennee RT| .r, tq t Cooperative Agricultural of $$51,754 on January T, 1968. and
t don Thomas 1'he1I. ;
+ ; '
the Gulf of Mexico, and this '
Academy; Comodore Franklin Research''Service' USDA; L.; B. the ckiee of ..operation on December
Buchanan. fact; has seriously' restricted Satterflekl. Agricultural Marketing I: 31. 1963. showed & balance* of.
The Civil War was th'e first the growth of this area, ss well date of this d
i USDA> Hvwh Kiger,.. Foreign 148566.27 And at the report .
He for Service
at usability present
in which Iron clad ship engaged ; accounts remain at a- '
I Agricultural ServIce; USDA the'fity
bonking tmffic.; This channel i
In battle and when naval"torpedoes" '
pointed out
will be an Important factor In '. Claude Ttrnin% Agricultural' StablnirnMnn ) ?
(mines) were Service that there has been ft very'sH ht r w
Conservation ;
I end
fii'e crabbing' Indurtry-: t.,Suwannee '
Medal of
widely used. The *
.. as well as be a boon USDA: :Fred Clark Florida jjricuj depletion of City's operating: capital f iafter
\:.:... _:.--., .. Honor was first awarded during to the thousands of tural Experiment Stations and rep- paying for all oepltallmprove' + e
medicalcare eportfiahhermen >
the Civil War and + ,
; : merits noted In this report- n
who thla' of domestic and tarIr. / ,
use presentatlves
Luther HarrcU, 'chairman ,,cf theCommemoratiotg.Advjsory Committet'and for -the wounded was systenta'Ucally -' If there are ad serious area/ I manufacturers As stated in the beginlng the'foregoing h', '

:" ;.Mr..< Asa Coleman l ; &, committee',member fare;: standing 6y organised for the on the, ,project.complications the Walla fist time!
1 one of th two Napoleon cannons''that 'are'being ''presented to the Olustee One-quarter 'o f' the. Want channel should be completedbe local ASC CountY Committee urges, order to Inform the; eititern'ot Jasper ',

Battlefield Park. These cannons are purchased by the Library and Historical -. ... Point officers in active service, completed and ready for usage all'tobacco grower and'other f iiiterected :. of the" aettvWes and accompHsh .i'

\ Commission, icith funds appropriated. ,bytheFlorida Legislature r 'J( were tie i before the "Redfish sea persons: .to attend this impat : enema of the post year.

in', 1963.f-' : "' .' "of .j, (,.I"" .... ....../ 'It'. J j ency'on,'' .'.+ .ldeofthe.Conted"' son"':!" next winter.''" .' I \ ".' and" thneljn'' '.4meel;: ...... i 1 !C. E.: Cu n toy, Mayor: 4 .",

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t PAGE'TWO .. THE J-ASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA I Friday!,;-February 9",6ti.

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I If Ing preacher.. cars' : '\..' ; February 19, 1961. I!ISM OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Simultaneous

.m@ Rev. Grigsby a graduate of the Th. 'pbargpeTavt11JerrcS; : OF LTVB OAK LADIES AUXILIARY ; '"

Presbyterian Seminary of ,Louis, volunteers wil Leave at your door The Jasper Woman's Club 1 Ise:| .TO BARRACKS ua W. W.;f Revivals ,Planned :: ..

ville.'Kentucky., .(/1( I give answer to'thes five questionst' aJreadyJnaJcinIr! plans to entertain U. 8. A. 11''<<)."

: Mrs.:' Alva \VIUifonl of Lee, St. 1 .Wfiat'sfera ,or:'symptom may District 3. of the F.'"F,.',W' :.C.,March, Pre.Jdent.IreneL. Shall at'BnptistChuvches! I .;
gL'h ;; Baptist Church; ,in Vakloata will mart Cancer.. ? .., t'!'* 6 Senior Vice President;; Julli Gray. Allen \
congregational' ''I s.1 'it is the District'Fashion i; Show to" E Corinth Rev,.P..M. Pastor "
I lead singingMr 2. wNch"type..of$&IIC9r, )* tow.(far i Junto*Vice 1ribui dent. Julia ,
: .fJjWUiford. la well known in. creasing1"most;rapidly JK. (....t." .?' choose a winner who will go to the Wilson j Revival March 15.22 -evangelist 730 p.D\
Fred Hanlson.
I Rev.
Jacksonville. I
state meeting Pearl
f Jasper.' 3. Which cancer, kill most t.Americans -- Secretary :Treasurer S. \ Tallahassee
r Penuel
Wallace. Lewis of Tallahassee 'o'.l"'; J I think the pear blossoms are late DIVONTA ,Rev. Truett Comer,
4 What can I do'toprotect myself I Conductress Carotyn Lynch ]
"' iLtysa h\'qIe H7..s gl'o>trw laltilI spent the weekend with his mother this year. They.are just now beginning 'II 1 Pastpr. ,
r; W Mrs. W. A. Lewis. L! Are we retting. anywhere' Chaplain Deb ris C. Walked
I I, to show. Revival March 1-8 7 pjn. Service
A friend loves all times'Proverb against cancer? .1 .. .. VAVS Representavle Julia .Gray '
r "And \outh said. Speak to us There are no friends like old friends "Then too, your contribution will f Legislative\ Officer Mamie Townsend -will be led by pastor.
: 17:17: The Garden club which wa* FRIENDSHIP Rev J. W. Tits
of Friendship To help us with the load help support the continuing programs ,.i '"
.. scheduled to meet this Fridiy1 VT t worth
t 'and he answered saying. 'That aD must bear who.journey Guard Clara M. Gamble | pastor
of control.
and cancer '
Mr .and Mrs. Dan l28.) :
Instead Friday February 0.111.,1.
meet l Revival April 6 11 at 7.30: !
I Is field which O'er life's road '' .
He cow uneven .
your you ; Elizabeth the 3' Year trustee Juanita Hughes i I .
young daughter spent with Mrs J. V McCaU In Jennings : Rev.. Truet 'Conier ETimgellstNEW ; .
: with love and reap with thanksgiv. And when unconquered sorrows. weekend In Ft..Meyers visiting theaunt Mr'.' DeverlyCrew. Collins and see. I 2,Year trustee Awie.ConJn .HOPE.>-Rev.! N. M..Rowell, ".'.. .
i, .Ing. The weary hours invest: MaxI Morrison and Mr. Mow two little girls kath o'and'Mlllsa' of 'The W. S. C. S. will go to a district 2 Year trustee Mabel Hall |I t' pastor ? '

And let there be no prose in of The kindly words of old friends lion and taking in the "Pagaenti Charleston S.. C. have.returned: meeting in Madison Monday Welfare Committee: Branford areaLive Revival February 21-28 at 7:30: ( .,. '
friendship but the deepening 'Are always found the best Inboron home after a visit:with her mother from iRr .
annual celebration Jas-j + +
Lights" an R4rf'Trueet.Vt! Cbrtter'Evaagelist
S"f '
the spirt.f "J .
David BanksJ5lckks ot.TlrornanEditoq.wbUvPdso tW: rroalpplccgiaMJ, .JW 4M' ;.! : ,Oak a'eL'Rath'Howland I '
Seeje' ijnalwayVtfthJb0urs. to.IfIf''ai'.r..oI .'i' .,- : '
] ) ; < F'anci A.
euwU r4
11' ; many yean in that city.. see.Mfr. 1' ,Jasper area Awls Conine Gifts to Mrs.,Haugh. :
live.And ,, "I Like' the New' "Friends( ,Best" Rev. and Mrs Sayer Canova returned Allen Johnson and Mrs Bar Blood Bank Chairman Pearls .S. ran handmade .'
in the aweetnesS'of friend -Ben King From Somebody's Boy Monday from Meridian new Newsome had charge of the .''Penuel 108 Cypress Road Perry I I Gifts to retiring president Julia'.

Ii ship Jet there be laughter and Issued by the Florida Juvenile' Mississippi where they spent sever, prQ&ranat the Jennings P. T. 'A.. ',Mrs.'Lillian Haugh 10th District Gray Post PresMent emblem, for
\ sharing of pleasures. Countering the poem Old Friendswe ,Court Foundation. at days. .,-pI last Monday evening 1'I President Installed officers: I thelrcap of WWI USAv '
For in the dew of little things they quote Ben ,K lit I In, ''! I like thenew LAST YEAR- ; I I veterans of WWI
We Invite all ,
The Pcpular Springs Baptist It Founders Day. Rev*,] 1 *
was .
heart finds its morning''' and is refreshed friends Beat. 223 boys' were handled in our Church was observing youth week Charles' Rogers pastor of the _.. __ _...,_ to visit wit us at Live Oak Court I II

I I Old friends are most too homelike Home' and office nearbout 600 that time of the year of the Sweetheart Methodist Church led the devotional dlst boys, In the Methodist nursery." [house 2:30.: o'ciockevery: ,3rd Sat... i.
Kahil Glbran : I
/I now. were handled in the Home Club Banquet ., oil: 'They liked !It I j of Uw I
urday matt ,
I } : ; fine. ,
I .' : 'They know )'CUi'age and when and Big Brother movements.. The film One to grow on' was ,. > ...
5 points on Friendship I i I You got ex"p Ued from school and: 28 of the 223 were orphans. The theme. was fdrcus Big Tbp"with shown. !It was a softy; film Mrs1' '
t' companionship : a religious Implication/ the Allen gave' a brief history of 'the :" ):: x
; 1. Intelligent then
lots of other things..and 53 were minus one parents on of'Today'srca : )
2., Sympathle thoughtfulness for They 'member when you chlvareed account of death. circus posters and gay annlng and P. T. A movement and recocplzed : Complexity .
each others comfort. 31 had 'he'ere the sawdust floor.all down In the th past: {/residents In commends: 'j 1 I
The town and b oke. Ie.1J&htl} parent \\ basements of course Brother Can- "
Occasional affectionate words :90 had such they were tlon of their work. aIThe
parents as
of school then
4., Readiness to acknowledge andfOl'li Out run away ova as he was invited to do-used . J
And played :"Hunt Cole" out nights 75% of these children came from ; .DEMANDS
his chalk drawings to bring the ''
mistakes* 'member when you played homes where' death desertion; or 'The attendance wards went 'toMrs. : ; .
They I
S,The habit of seeing and enoour- around divorce had destroyed the Integrity messages at the youth banquet J. W. DeVane's Elementary'! ; : .

'couraging the best in each knee of the home. Fridavi I evening., The.aduit tl banqueton room and to Mrs. Walter Haveners'': ,' w EXPERT CARE
Your dear old Mommy's ; I 1 >> tiesn ?
other and in their surroundings. Ifs them can tell the very date The editor says he has reachedthe Saturday night .and the Sunday High school class.: It .is noted thai I
Author unknown, conclusion that regarding the evening service.: T Maud Haveners class has won each
That, went on a spre .. I CAR ATTENTION:
you $ of SPECIAL
Mrs. Mamie Bryan took 'care
'J. children before ,the courts In the time this year minus one.
It takes half our lives to learn I don't like to forget'em ,yet institution and,. elsewhere that 9 the. anova boys while,the parents . '
other It put right to the tetr>. ) '4- We give those important extra
who'our friends are and the were away. dau&hte"
10 sinned J Mr. McCall visited
times out of. they) are more 1 Jody
.Of hankerln .right now em,, I 1.-: t '
half to keep them. a..mile '
with When
gainst than sinning. Madallne In Palatka'with a.special. ,service: you
",Much as worthy friends add to X like the new friends best Elaine: Webb a Jasper High senior of I, .... '
gift quail ,
the happiness and value of life, we i .* "If the home'a..,the spread eagle slipped and broke her I leg Mon- . drive in here for gaf,we always:
Ann'Malpas ,the efficient registrar orators declaim is the keystone on t
in the main depend on ourselves I day Jan. 17. She was spending her Myrtle White returned
must Sunday
better I level .'
the arch of oil
for Hamilton County who was check'your
freshwater ,
: ,
and everyone Is his own I time with a math book when I wentto after .& week's holiday spent in.Tarn ,
look to homes.
best friend bunged up pretty badly by ,a .fall our see her. She hopei"fo'keep up t and Melbourne. windshield. .
or enemy.Selected t Ion an Icy back porctTsome weeks (Less divorce and more unselfish her homework.. I pa ',f end clean your 'r.
devotion might help some. A more I CAR WASH MnfcS&OO
.ago is. getting along.nicely and Is I ,Little Baptist boys visit Methodist r' :
There are ,no friends like old assured she. will be cut'alaln nexj liberal use of 'the old fashioned We are so sorry to hear that little They like it h"),1. "" ..
friends f f8'r'' ny"Bible. and the old fashioned Freddie Mahaffey has been very nursery. I } '
week. p
And :none so good; and true; . family paddle might also help In in the hospital.- is improving Miss Mamie (Mrs. Bryan). was Jerry SmiSTATION
A little more plain living and high and,will soon be home"we hope. keeping the Baptist preacher's boys,t "
We greet them when we meet them t Mrs. Nettle Reid who has been Ul 1' GULF
. while they were In Mls aslppt;,Not
-' .- 'much
thinking rather than ttf high .
As roses greet the dew; for sevevral' weeks is getting better. wishing to miss'her win Methodist' .,
No other friends are dearer. She says that people have,been so living and plain thinking might also An interesting phamphlet'"Roses Sunday School the,little boys had I Jasper ,. .... Telephone. 792-3781
facilitate matters. A little less talk In FlorIda' is in the rack at the I'
mold humble
born of kindred her that she feelr
Through ; ,lovely to this opportunity to visit little Metho
And while we prize the new ones, I and grateful of rights and more recognition of Home Demonstration and ag..office ..
We treasure ,more:the old .. duties would be salutary written by: men at the ,experiment -
There are no friends Xke old friendsWhere'er Mrs. Mina Simpson 'Is back at Less technical discussion of the station in s: ajnesville.Its I
I dwelt the News Office after a week in the, doctrines of religion and more interesting even If you are
we roam ,
e much more living according. to the only a rose dreamer A rose bush .
In lands beyond the ocean.Or 1 i golden rule. supply' blooms suitable '.
near the bounds of home: 1lo.pital.' can more ".;
And when.they smile .to gladden' ,,I The ,Jasper Presbyterians start .'. for cuttlnfl ,than: any,other- flowers- 1 h.:
The .Stella Williams Kindergarten but shrub .
thla February ..
this revival Sunday '' ,
Or sometimes frown to guide ,
r -,'We' wish those old friends 23. Rev. Edwmeal Grlgsby ofHazard. celebrated DonnIe Robe's, ?th I ', BuT'they, don't .say it is easy .'\.\.,,k
fsndiy Kentuckyjgftlll be thev1.lt- birthday last Friday. There"wen t Plentiful, supplies of high quality .t. n" .TS .
.Wsf s *, adwaysby'ote.atde.' vt 1. r', -,. ... '...,. _....: 24 percent and with cup-cakes and I roses' can'' be obtained only-wher I < ':;,. ," ,.r.r 1/\] r II:. iJ.' [,

T. -. L .. Jt" cokes foe: refreshments the'went part the plants can.be, cared for properly, t :+ l
". '; ':; ,1 r.na ; :.
right merrily.; I and allowed to" reach mature size .. ''I //r' '" I
I* f
'M ( *. Mrs. Williams tells me she will ''Yet for those who like to apeTills II '64 JET-SMOOTILUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpala Sport Coups :'i :: ; '
\ : graduate 18 or 20 May 26th.,, I time ki the garden each, week, ,. ,, ;
UK > ''It?" THE ,CITIZENS;;:OF. 'HAMILTON:BOUNTY. ',I: kindergarten'is Indeed a live..Issue, growing. roses can be ft rewarding: '. I ', ; '\'>'"i .. .

r -AliTifITERKTS, ';'CONCERNED" ,. jI In! .our, town. .. hobby, : >: "' << .1 r i:,' .. :.:;: : i' :ft: '
I !
it /r?aI Wendell and Margarite Carpenter L I STATE ROAD/ NO. S' I .Ic\, ,,!: -
of St. Augustine had lunch with built" ..t.
they "get they'are officially 'l y'
advise that concurrent : :r .
I take this opportunity to I .
Mrs Eugene Willalms Saturday thye "get biult" they are officially ,
J Iy with my announcement appearing, in thisweek'aissue ,. They were here from the auditions opened to the public and often dedicated ,, fit "
The Jasper News: to become a candidate for reelection at Stephen Foster, at which time to some one. ". { .

in' | Wendell accompanied Joyce Smith State Road No, 6 was officially
: as Representative County las she sang.. opened Wednesday Feb. 19 1964 that AU. tY : HEVEUE-M.I.bu Sport Coupe ,: .

the Florida ,Legislature;. I Rendering. my resignaition '* is .the road from .Wlthlachoocheewestard : ..

'effective as of February:29 ,,1964.to th$ Honorable -*' To,you who watch Route 66 The to the fork where it joins .1 ,1. : :
"the Three Blind Mice" were from I the Live Oak Madison highway. t ,
Doyle E. Conner Commissioner r Agriculture.. choir. I '. t,... .
Wendell Carpenter children The eastern half several years ago .. ;'
.% : f.r-;.
asvan'''employee:working under that ,deaprtment ofthe [down In St..Augustine,. was dedicated to the late Graham :-. .' d'j..'; .
State. This action being\ in conformity with State' i> There will be some of his youth Black and Stanley Adams. Each } : :

policy and rules governing. the same.,'and as.well, my'' i 1 choir member on this of Friday the adult and directed choir bra had been state senators. from Hamilton .. ':'.. ,.+.. 1'.rAt'l:! ,. '
County \
expressed plans so to do., .' Wednesday the" western tOn half <. '... ,.. \/;, : _.j.r\

1t ,I trust ,that thi'I I procedure: may also be of advantage M rand Mrs: Jack Vinson and of the road having been completedwas rr4 THRIFTY CHEVY JI-Novs Sport Coup f-' r' < ;< :
Coach and Mrs. Jim toe were In. officially dedicated to RaeburnC. !. :
in my'tim.e in ,
supplementing which to mingle
'( \ited) chaperones ,at. Mikes .Jones' Home Mallory Home of Tallahassee (
with the people 'of Hamilton County and to discuss 'I arty' was the speaker, f 6 I : ::,' {K'i;: :" :. ,
: <
., : .: .
'with: them, their views of it's needs collectively and to A few of uS are remembering a 0 >" 'o ., .
"Faithful are of a .-' 'v
tt eo"OIJndI ,'
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little red haired had ; '
'OUngSterVho -
receive suggestions and advice legislation for ) < :: .
on friend,but the kisses of an enemy V1 *"

the'general development and progress of our count are deceitful" Prov. 27:6.. thlrklng rather fight of; a that tall] young,eat!, Some man witha are ,. ... {: *..,,

i, and- the area at large. Mr.. Alva Wfflfred of Valdosta wll winning grin who went a courting .j ,j ': :-4 ''.,': ".\

.'With these ultimate objectives and my very best be leading the singing at the Pies Others remember the,able lawyer :: '. +' .
byterlan revival next week. one wanted on his side. w. Coup I"! -
wishes, I. shall, be looking forward to seeing you a. .' Then there was the politician: who t, \; .: ',-:.., : ":/. '
"ItouseoHouse volunteers accomplish made himself felt in the state af
+ 4 Faithfully, yours to serve *. -; a vital Public Health Service fairs. ? t .

'f"" Joe W. M&lpin" as they seek contributions to' The folks down in South .FlorMa ..; /
;,help support the Ili' against, can knew him as the leader of the f, ,
-'.'. I porfcchop gang" which fou ht for :, ':/
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.. tt.. who planned its strategy down "at .. 1 ... f'If: .. & -', .. _&.:'.,'.w' IOf ..,.
: 1c c{ Another 'New Home Nears Completion,. In Camp A host on of the folks Suwannee remember Rae_ I 64 ixuTma'cORvmE-Sung' Ray,Sport Coup r {t,.'**;nYOMK :,*.....

> burn Home as a friend
t ,,4r f .J Years to ,come perhaps( ome CHEVReiET .'DEALER. HAS MORE 'Tt\"0FFEI:';.:. :
school boy wil 'How this
say come .
{j i Located near elementary school, adjoining west City limits of Jasper road was named Raeburn'"Home. .. l

(with' a probihty of being annexed in 'the city soon) this subdivision Then may be some win remember 'luxury cars,'thrifty carsj{;sport cars, sperty cars' ,:Wg cars, :' .'

: was developed air MY expense, with the cooperation the citizens of smaN cars, b tag cars, stWrt cars, family'cars, personal. cars '

.i this area.. with the intention of providing more homes for our people BILL SEARS sei :

and to interest and welcome other families to make Jasper their home J 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARS

for a good quite comfortable place to live: A TMIN* os eraw'c 'Is ,
OTTtUSEAHS&SONS A asaTaxpauca.
Power lines have been installed t'n extra cost: to the homeowner Wfcy....stepat your Chevrolet'd.. J.r's is!*.tuvlnf your own private.. auto... .

Telephone lines to be installed at ,no exrta cost to the homeowner .. ; .
Q Streets paved in the subdivision also accross' other property .y And if we had room here we could go on and list ail l the engines Chevrolet offers, >j'

intersecting with State highway at my expense with no extra cost or ranging up to an extra-cost 425-hp' V8 in the big Chevrolet.And all the different s

I assessment to the home owner, City water and Sewage installed'at' myexpense transmissions. And the umpteen different' exterior and interior color chokes.

j t. with no extra cost to the home.owner, Fishing privileges in And the models with bucket seats and those without. And;the hundreds of .

I tfee well stocked lake at no extra cost to the home owner many conveniences '10 '
different accessories, including the et cost AM-Fbi radio But that's best -
new '
.. r i'. for a quiet comfortable place to live: 4 ::.- ;

a '" Select your lot and house plan now for a home in this arca.t left to your Chevrolet.dealen.: and exactly how reason.'J'j'. : .

t i f. .fitly an industrial plant refused to locate their plant i in Jasper for ,.able the price: can be for you to be able to enjoy 10"mucl1 car.

1)) .. of inadequate.housing} facilities, May we all work together '

c a, for this community, and to eleminate this objectional IK ftWT MOMMY rWdMKK tttmisi MMM fllsny B:! Cm- .e.n.tII '

". we may not loose another industry, which would mean i, '., ,

its community., ;, dj. (,. 1:' ; :

For'information call W.GlD.. CHEVROLET CODING
't1 see or .
I .
: : Eddie McGhin > developer Lynn Lake
;:i ..\ p) ner an COMPUTE AUTO SERVICE

T ;, a Estate .. ./, i ,
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Friday, February 21. 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER

School Athletic Examinations The Midway Home Demonstration POPULAR STRINGS Bf. B.
served with them.on Sunday.
Uclooa refreshments wen MftdVKm Health I'
BURNHAM. NEWS.. by the hostell.J Routine school screening when It club met at the home of Mrs.j+'CHURCH HAS BIO DAY
JoanN ",
." ,. ... I from Mica Jacksonville spending e was the Changes Policy I can be instituted I. S. Joroson on February 4 with; Sunday.... 'a high day'at Popular:

/ By LOIS,- I- 'ZTPPERETt._ ::-v'U )-i .}tr.v" and MTM. Bert Zlpperer.and weekend with her famUyMr and Immunizations are available to all: 8 members and our agent Mrs. .Springs)Baptist C n.wct._,,. -
BURNIUM HOME DEl MEETSj'Thj daughterLois and 1 iMtu>sjndJ Airs'- Mrs.. Joe Newsome and family. As a re:falt of the Health Offlri Persons Eligible for ,treatment' I' White present. The business meeting ":3,Sunday School; at 10.00a.m.: with
;i3ririanhltrrie; ; *Demon tra- .Ralph Cunningham spent'Saturday I I )Ir. and! ,Mrs. Jimmy Roebuck Conference of the Florida Aiworl- At Clinic': was presided over by'our president the Superintendent and officers at
] -,and Sunday In'Starke and Leland and children of Madison spent Sunday allow of"Health Otricert hrti ,inJacksonville Medically' Indigent (adults !and Mrs, 'Jl1. 0' their posts! of duty. f.##
tiara pub met at thej fcoitieM MnJ|wth) ..their .children,Mr, ..and dine'Charles and grandrparents laat week the. follow. .' II BaptiSm p
F with their parents, : chlldrCJJ MI'J.Nte' Very Interest:,I I Following: was the? 'of
Robert flifl WeVinesday February 2.. Rwandan Ins change In the policies of the. gave a
Zippererand *pn \ Mr, and Mn.. Earl Roe, chiHreftYMaternity ;\ candidates same'observed by
at 2:30: p.m.'Mn.'' Joe Howell president J and and Mrs.Hlarlon Lambert lUmllton County Health Depart"m Welfare (Adult and .:itf Demonstration ort the ''m8ttJne.I ;*
presiding. Mrs. Hill gave the and buck. nt are'being made New programs Medically indigent or Framing and Raging of Picture the pastor Rev. L. Johnson Devotion
Mrs. Lambert
and Chuck . '
. devotional followed with prayer son home with her that txiKflt Hamilton County welfare patients willing to accept I.I During the Social hour Mrs..Johnson was spirituaL The pastor
son came: parents Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Selph and service of mid-wives' ) served delicious refreshments preached a spiritual sermon lie
by Mrs. Isaac Shiver. The subject. as a 'IIo"1I1U take precedent over
visit this week
for the afternoon being picturehsngbg for several. days.t. r ,,, daughter Marla attended church: Older typatlUilriU treatments give r.r.on" who, will, not 'b* examined t read and explained the church
Sunday at Burtow Baptist Church College entrance (except scholarships covenant: to the newly Baptised
; Mrs. White gave a demon confined In the pe.tt. Therefore appointment
Mr. Bryant Allen has been In Perry Florida. Brother Bobby and serology) I members. .,
on hanging matting and will be nee>Mtry for an Individual
framing of pictures. This' was appreciated to Valdosta Hospital for the Dykes former pastor of New Hope to be Mea at the Aisle by the Insurance examinations I physician' ahold not accept patients 3:00: o'clock pjn. the City Choirs I,
by the group. We had one past several days. lie seemed to be !Baptist Church is pastor there Health Officer (PfcyrtcUn). Limited Persons eonomlcally able to engage have recently been treated bya Federation was In charge with thePresident
some what Improved at this writing I private physician until a formal:
new member and a visitor with us .. .: time of the Health Offlcor I In Slam private physician. I notification' made to that physician .' Mrs. L. J. Crawford pre
at this meeting. Delicious refreshments Mrs. tJlm Geiger of Valdosta llton OMaHjr (two days a week) and,, MISCELLANEOUSWhen 1 skiing. This program was a spiritual
; the Then the above
by patient.
... -' were served by the hostess. :Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leutner spent Sunday afternoon with her,I the magnitude of bill reaponslbUl one with a large audience
of wm'still'apply.All
.and children': Macon; Ga. spent sister Mrs. Fred Roebuck. Also .ties adrniaktnieJvely and other!I nursing has been policies eligibility; 'I,i Each choir sang with the spirit
(' I
I I County are urged
Mrs. Grower" Wheeler and Mrs. Saturday right and Sunday with Mr; visiting Mrs. Roebuck Sunday after !>.wise. duke it imperative Owl a established the dink wffl accept familiarize themselves with the the amount of finance received
Frank Selph spent several days last their parents and grandparents 'noon 'were her daughter Mrs. l'1 f strict appointment system be ad-1 patients on order from private physician I above policy and.aid the Health $164.70
week in and Lakeland and Mrs. Joe SuDhran. Bennett and Mrs Blanche I hered j service
Tampa visiting Verner Sunday night was spitual
... for routine Injections.\ Follow I Department' in fuililllng it's Mite,I I I
.relatives." .1 l Mathls. I II I Listed below Is a schedule ',etc. At this time a fee will be charg purpoee of providing:: special dIn! filled.Devotion Dea. W. McIntosh.,
ease I 1 Mr. and.J4ra. J..t. Zipperer were I .' : ,,Hamilton County Health Depart.merit ed unless patient is economically cal services to the 'INDIGENT" I j I Sr. choir In charge: of song! service
Mr. and Mrs: Robbie Robertson up from Jacksonville! .spending, Mr. and Mrs RoWe Robertson of Clinic policy up dressing, blood pressure. check and protecting the' public; health Sr usher on duty": The pastor
.. and ''Rita WaQs Jacksonville' some t1r'1 ,WlU).their parents Mr. Jacksonville spent the weekend 'Person* eligible for pmploymectt.l"eerty. Ofj'Unable to pay. "' ._ through authorized 'programs applicable again preached 'a spirit filled ser
spent the weekend'with Mrs. Rob J.'J. Sr. and.Mr. and. Mrs, Frank with their'mother Mrs. Elizabeth Examination at Clinic No allergy treatment, no tetanus to Hamilton County mon. Scripture read 1st Cor. 21-25
ertson's Another !Mrs. Elizabeth. Hammock in Madison County over Kramer and family. Must be county residents. anti toxin ,,or rabies series will be Theme The Stumbling Block. t

Kramer. '.. the weekend. .. State employees: carried: on by the Health 'Depart The foregoing changes are made The -spirit. was high .the administration 0
,. Mr. and Mrs. Don DeLoach'andchildren : County'employesIhdteent f ment. However ,the vaccine will In an effort to extend higher quality ot the Lords Supper observed. -
CHRISTIAN 'WOMEN FELLOWSHIP .. ,J Mr. and Mrs.:David i keelinga'ndChildren : were over" from Madison SchooJ/ children on Request be available to private physicians expanded services''on 'ah economical Remarks by the pastor* Cisi-
:MEETS. .... iV.-. ?.;....,.. had dinner Sunday with County sfeJ'dng: the weekend with f- from'p'rent: .tree of charge. and practical basis to Hamilton tors Introduced, welcome extendedat
Thf.AutstianWgmen eowsp..thea-daughten.' and 'slster'.Mtt"aJ'kt'Don {heir parents and grandparents' School Bui'drlvers... I Ethically the Health Department I' County Citizens''.' all times to P. S. B. C .
of Burnhamj Christian Church met Mrs* DeLoach, to Ptaetla...Ttys Mrs. David Keeling. - -_. -
with Mrs., Wallace Selph Friday being a birthday dinner for Mr. and 0 _.c. .g-g.c. .... .cAg. .c ..nr.tr..7jX""t."t.V&V : &&'.:r.-.JVJ"JA-J7 .g.y.:_ w.,..
February I.e. at S.-OO: pm. Mrs.' ,Mrs. Reeling's son and ,0ndsonRobert I !'[r. and Mrs Marlon Hicks andukJren a,
Sedph President presiding. An Interesting K elM" |{:and. .Victor DeLoach" of Lakeland. Florida sndother GEORGE BIRTHINGTON'SWashday]
r r. program on "Threads gtl t and family Mr. and Mrs.
Gold" was led by Mrs. Ralph CXn-i i Miss Betty Lcrjf Mathis of St. itchell Kirklani of Uve Oak had
ningham. At the conclusion of the Petersburg spent the weekend with rj Saturday n'eht' ; with their lln |
.. program Mrs Teford Sullivan had her parents i')Ir. and Mrs. John ;Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland I
charge of the worship service using I Mathis. Mr. and Mrs. Mathls also 'lph. Sale
as the theme "Appreciation of the had. their son and: family Mr.and It4 I

people of India" 'After which de- Mrs. J. C :.Mathls and children ot.. t4 Mrs Jack.Lloyd: ..and children. I ;
-- down from ,. us.
-. waycross
t Ii f Ere IiJt'[, the weekend with their
ter'and grandmother Mrs.


1 Several members of the' Deas I fI
: f :300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia 'j met at the home of Mr. and I'' .IJ-
: Bryant Deas,Saturday nlghf : t
8, where they enjoyedSfh'fry.1 a : ," "
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ar mother Mrs./'M1nnfe Waters
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T } ,SUPPtiES ovet V the' weekend.. V b :vlFall::: Weight All Wools and. Cotton Knits, Dacron. Cotton BlendsDecrons

lit ""tlr." 0 '-.' 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Bryant Deal and Wool Blends, Regular a55.00r:; All Wools, Sweaters Skirts, Blouses
son and da1Ighte -Jn. law Mr. and
QUALITY FIRST Mrs. Albert Deas and baby had dinner LAST BLAST' Capris Jackets You Name Ill I I It.
f f Sunday with their daughter and .4
sister Mr. and: Mrs. Marshall Me "
%! Ext. Plywood /T.$2.95.. Mullen in Valdosta.: : ', 1 1

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4x8 SheefcV."u";-Ji.-":"'V'4',4 .'S: "' i, .. : ,I! ; .. .... -' .r Wei,. M'M ,4. 't .rl.nulZeL:
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2" CD Sheathing Plywood,?; ,( .:..I :." },' l' 3.65' ,. 'Jasper, Florida. I Fall Wei htDieia' LADIESRUN: IADIF.Si.alht.l; ', 'I. SFIOESr,

,4x8 Sheet ..; .. : ''o .iJ. ,..: : I February 4. 1964 : \ PROOFPanties, "-
'f The Board of Public Instruction of I
", Hats
FELT 15 lb. : Hamilton County met today In regular : 'PANTSFAMOUS.NAME
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Roll . .!. . ... .,i.i.; .\.. ....-. .. session. The following members : Ladies Dress .
4M.J..J.,...... were present: Clyde Hunter Chair I A '
; Bird TB Shingles,I S yeas Bond ::., man. Johnny Butler ADen B. Tyree : \ And 1 and

:.235 lb. . ; 6.75 Frank ,Matthews and E. V. Stor I Imant. : ,
Sq ) h. .rril lJ.: ''!be Superintendent and sec : t. CHILDRENSOXFORDS

... Pre Hung Door Units f'f'tal"Harry T Reid was present. : PANTS WITH. Sizes 5-10 "
13 20 ;
3* 0" x 6* 8" Each ; -. ; i.;;\ .\*'. .. I't t, wTfie meeting opened with prayer 4 HandbagsPRICE
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Mr. Reid. : Values to $11.
Ralllite Laminated Plastic Counter T p'i) : -9' : \The financial statement for the 4 Reg. 49c Value I ,v (4'
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Sq. Ft. . . '.. ..>tff ... : month H ,January was presented '

Solid Vinyl Tile : ;, $ as"., follows tpt"and:: Beginning Balances $ 1 1

o_ ,. 9 X.9 Each':;; ;...;... ... .. .. .14 I oipl$'Vom' State.Sources 55.130.66v16J,4J,7' oQo' 3 SSe L2. L2 PRICE-
J +om local Bounces 9,072.05
'.. Pre-Finished Mahogany'Paneling'c; r, 4.80' '. Bf |toBng{ Balances ....161032.27 pr 7 .. r

j t .4x8 Sheet ,(.,;:: '' .' fMes T.l 2x235.00! t \ ;: '
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BalancesTotal 1
1 ExMiidltures| and Ending j
H" Sheetrock '' "z iz 1 ..j4400.' Administration .....1880.82 |,,J .'

4x8. Per M. .f. ,. .". >. Total Instruction 53.112.29TntV FLANNEL 'I' LADIES'
: Better Boys'Long 'GIRLSDresses
Ooeratlon of Plant ,6901.06
.PLAIN CEILING TILE e w.. '.......... 946.91 : '" '
I ... 11 Tnt") Maintenance : Nylon Tricot'''
o Sleeve .
12x12. Ea C b,. ,..,. .,,.. .'.r. ., Total Auxiliary Services ...1.163.15Tnta rG, 0f'wn's SportShirts I" 4
It ,. 1.J .1fit.> ) Fixed Charges 189.72 .
Common NailsKeg I+1. <;. "$" :" '.\ ToUtCaoital( Outlay ..... 161.10 L ( : \ .
.#. .'. 8.50 Fn.+nir Balances .......160279.35 '
. . .'1!'. .. .. . Grand TV,1< .. .. 225235.00 4 4 & : .. t ., Baby DollPajamas :

.,4' '" I. ."- ...,'**" 'e A'notton; was mao-. by Mr Matt : Quality Woven Shirts
and carried. that this! statement : J. Reg. .X.
See Us For All Your Building Needs hews seconded by Mr. Stormant. 4 With B. D. Collars
& s 'ored.n :
i P-V gave report of the 4 Pa,auras'oo REG. 3.98 4.96,
.r We Deliver. 'Anywhere, tjr'yttfc r+'operation for theftjrUVionth : ) .: : ,: ;.
.. of school .'
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: zttro 't" w $2,88
\Sfr.*ryree asked that JenntnenIltptt 4I 'l. ., J' Re.'. 2.98 $3.98, .
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4.. .7 v"t. Jtsroer Hlxh School football field on 4 I/ Special Group # "i
REG. 5:960.98j: ;
ELECTION"Notice. aV a Friday nights when not wed by :
, NOTICE i a ..Mr. Reid stated that he 4 /<2 PRICE c 2 .$4.QO! ,
hereby' (given that a 0 dcrtraJ'Jec: ) : -tt .vw""ti.ttrUc\chools to work;he .>rtnclpels out n'ichedule.of the f, .' 77 r$3.88+ P, {

"',. tion will be held\ in the City of Jasper; Florida at the 4 The jnlnutes of the meeting of t.

City Hall, oi>,:the 3rd day of March. 1964,'at which 'jVhdnty 7. 1964 were read to tMI -.. ., I, .iMen'a

election there h.allbe elected; the;f ollowing City- Of-" Tyree.rd'4''motion seconded. by was Mr.. made Butler by, and|i i \ :Better Quality Long Sleeve HUGE GROUP LA PIES'SPtJlT
Iltherp I
finals: '- cWtr.'a.\t} they be adopted. I t

((1)l> Mayor:f '.-:iemifof>4ytan: &tn*: no bather business, ('
One ) or I
._ the meeting.rva. adjourned) 14larrYT..n.'d ) SHIRTS FALL DRESSES

Two ((2)). CouncUmen4for} r.a.term..of.4. yearn : ; .' Sunerintent : .
Clyde Hunter Chairman .: ( I. I '.
each, I..- 'I" ___ 4 {

which said election shall J"be conducted: and held 'in LOW INTEREST 4: ( AH.f wovr JIII material; many. styles and +\! Final* Clearance

accordance with the' Charter. and.' 'Ordinance' of the LONG TEAM : : qJor to choose from ''': i GOING? TO MAKE ROOM!
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City of Jasper:
I ....., A LOANS : :i" Thin Ahead Tp Next Fall and Come In
The Polls shall open >at 8 o'clock1 J I a.m., and I .t $3-00 : J '. .
''t' c... Thru the : tfS's -.' lake .
remain open until 6"o clock'pm.r): ; on said daleT'tfur-" For \ ; 'And your pick t,
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ing which time all) qualified elcGtowrnay. presenf FEDERAL .LAND BANK : "'. 7 :.:v"f; '

'themselves andwotei!: ." i'J,,; .... \, UYAak r, '\ ,362-l 525 :I i FAMOUS I NAME BRAND SPORT AND DRESS*:..,7? .:.'S .:r'.!:!c,J.1, Reg.:$6.98.$3M$ '.,., :(" :

/ This February 12th 1964. .. .......1."'t" Federal Land Bank : ',;,:, '' l "

ti JfIoO" *" ..L11AN f.Q G1rdMBRY. .... ASSOCIATION 4 1 ; gular 45.00 ;:'; : 'Reg.R98tolO.95-$4. )

City Clerk, l ', '

a : ... Gtytf) :Jasper. Fl- rida11 .' 4 JJVEOAHl! : .2 .I 1" ,For 5S'9s.00 I Reg,11.. !! .pr.' .'' : ,

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; M' 1 I"L I ""too 1.A'tE> to CLASSIFY"" '1 forigrf'dJir tufel. of'an' aircraft parts company '

: ; .s'oo i After; separation from her and quickly became an experton
I 11 if and. y olfr / ;, By Kay //fcv&band: abe located in Miami cargo planes ani their pay,
r" t Xhere art some, Interesting and began looking orb>nt for a load eal8ityFrom) this ex- .
v,' M t L. Powell money characters: In Florida and the r1..114of supporting herwU, perlence ,she developed'her'
to the : ) current issue 6f the Reader'sDigest tackle
|i and daughter. Willing-to own shipping company and
of them. "
-, "Go I tells about two anything she became "iM>nager built, good biuinesi shipping
I School Just recently in as of the tournament. f Dick P of Cypress Gardens up '
l The Jasper High guests tions [ pe wholesale reptile firm and lireetockfrom, "' the> States
t played host to what we think Cheerleaders In uniform( are admitted of Hhe |\ and Tugboat Kat Thornhlll of fcjayed otA nursemaid' to600 baby to South,, America, her plane
r most successful basketball ,free, when their team is scheduled A4 ,, Miami
was a of : aligators a4, well as numerous returning with eargoa rf local
tournament of the Suwannee Conference to play. So all In'all we usttal to j t' : Both stories tingle with !u>>, snakes and boa constrictors products of the countries aha
1, I comprised of 12 schools. It is ly have quite a large number who have I man interest and inftpiration., to TV lerved. 1
quite interesting to watch the be come In on complimentary or ear am } They appear in the current is-- EAe acCmf.atlledhem: ) unfortunate accident i
rattlers and Then
tuowi;: checked:
of the
and developments 'I rue Digest
Intricacies .
hind the scene passes.What erd -
cobras to be"sure they were thatUred her leg and caused
In the selection of a tourn While most of us quite familiar ,
goes with the money takenIn The ,_ properly defanged. spinal injury that doctors contended
.. ... ament site and with the Dick Pope and Cypress
,. ( r!" at a tournament is also a matter ()()( Gardens story few hay She was the first -wotaian toe 'would prevent her ever
4, :y also the.selection.of Interest, During our recent Su- for ( walking' i again Determined
of the officials 'I 'ever ever beard the amasin >er fly \vitS the ]Nav, crack .
.at (
5 (wannee Conference we took In a ever ... who I she would be, helplesj she
f' 1 who will call the account of 'M"" Thornhlll 'v, .stunt team -toe_ Blue...Angels. 'not
total of 1147700 at the gate but I is probably the only woman refused to remain a erJppl8 and .
/ anything
games. In' the She was ready to try
Jasper got a very small share of to utevsdoce boss In the Untied and '
-. through grit courage to.
first place almostevery I once.
J that,amount However we did take ) ( \, *
States overcome lie! handicap.
f : coach who I Utter she became manager
!tin $46665 at the concession stand from I *Vritt n for the- popular Dt+ ., .
r has any chance which over 300.00 was profit, All pel gees feature, "TW Most Unfor- I .- --- y
j d J at all of winning .of this went into the Jasper High have getable Character I ever met"

r the would] tournament like School Atheletlc fund. The amount : by Anne I,: Bowes, it recounts SCIENCE( SKETCHES ;'.
,/ have the tournament in his I with held and the expenditures incurred the amazing ,experiences of ber ;
gym i !' are usually greater than the facts mo'her, whose varied eccomplishments .
Yet other coaches .
} s shy away from i I ...
j amount left to be divided among In 2 i ; an so remarkable
letting the leading in ,
team the conference I the participating: school To begin eth that it is difficult tobelieve that whrf
s or district get a tournament of anyone woman could expert m i e
with of the total gate receipts, of .
if they can prevent it And I I $1477.00 3% went for state sales once so much in a single life I }
t still no one cares to have a tourna .31) hath time. o
tax ($44 Next 10()% (147.70) goes
meat with a school that ,hat had lto the Florida'Higr'School Activlkies Jfext "That stout hearted woman
r bad losing season. After all this 1' 'Association. $100.00 goes Into the standing on the Miami[ docks ,
matter of finance must come in for ,treasury of the Suwannee Confer and barking orders at touGh ti ,,,. ,
some consideration. Quite often a-- longshoremen U, I shvays Laval .
tournament is a financial flop it ence. These'are the initial deductions New I Ithese' to remind nyself, my mother" .
We paid the three floor officials states Mrs Bowes. THE IJEXT TIME sonwon* calls you
the host team Is defeated early in: $30000 The timer and scorekeeper ted ,. ) I, Then she goes on to tell how hot-headed,,don't,doubt him. Ifs a
the tournament So with, all Infor: Teach '( hottest blood in
each I received 3000. The we happen to find her .tier*; 'scientific fact. '
maUon in hand the cAches '
trophies and balls cost $83:77. Printing today bellowing; "Hey, let'i / 'your tody,'ay University of Wisconsin : '
the principals tournament.have Those a meeting interested to plan Tickets, postage and telephone of the i get going( "What do you researchers, is,in you/ liver andbrain <,1
in amounted to $46.22.. Thus we had : : j! : think I am prying you for" I *: I j "
't having the tournament extend an I expenditures of $782.00 before any Acts : J i r Grinning In response her steel .4.:' .....r%.' yy .. '
invitation to conference --
the to hold 48; : ; muscled -::.: :
of the school received any share at men swing Into action '
it In their '
gym. all of the tournament receipts. 34. : : ; Hatches open. Tons of bananas ; "',
As a general;, rule a secret vote After paying all other expenditures !9118. shrimp rice and other Imports \
Is taken with each school having come boiling from'' below / @ i '
I we had $695 00 to be divided among up i :
'one vote. Usually. prior committ-J the participating school,This'$695I He-ally decks and whir down fhe! -,eon:* ;Bi
ments are honored on the first ballot -t{,I was divided into two equal parts of Is ) reyors to the waiting trucksv: I (,rlll, .. <.
If no school receives a majority that 1 This unusual stevedore boss '
.50. One divided t'ia 4
Vote of the group additional ballots I part among ( la a sort of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. < :: ,
'are made' until a ,,site Is selected. )the schools: based upon the number Hyde personality.. She is Just : MOLECULES of hydrogen gas con -
r The matter of selectiing officials Is |of miles travelled during the tournai .s much at horn'dressed in an A >.!GH CCNCENTPATION crack hardened; steel, reports Aiioy .-., '
always'a'major item. Each' school'Is I i ment and the' other was divided ae ) ( evening gown conducting the of( p3iscioiu: m'rcgen pcroxUa! ,Rods Company. The gas, present
,: i cording to, the, number of games i[ Inter-American Music\ ;diffuses(( "
permitted, name one or twos I these > gas: in its atmosphere irakcic.isttnce : around a welding arc -
i,played by each school. We had 12 which she organized. witg the in the metal and I ,
;""officials that it would like to'see it is of life on the planet through pores '
schools that played a total bf 24games I '
caU the tournament After all II arti travelled 1408 miles aqsl he headquarters< in Miami. \. Mars highly irlprobobiesal'i: : accumulates in pockets. Since the
When '
1 oU not bossing her gang Stand'hardened itetl cannot stretch, it
)\\names of desired officials have ( ) the tournament the Na'ccnol Bureau of
trips during
one way on the docks she Is quite at
been submitted, the voting for,the They way the proceeds were to be J home playing' a Chopin cencer- "f,I\e\ s"i"woi: aixoveredcr : cracks. Iron powder electrodes which
selection of officials logins. This Is'carried a c:Isis of Mar'supply an atmosphere low in hydrogen ,
divided among the schools were to or giving a tea' for her fellow I .tys
on >In the .e manner all as follows: Ftor each mile traveledone } artist, or for, local and I I tin t 14t; ore used to'preYent faulty velds.
in the sits' selection until I the I re i ( way) '$2470,''for 'each game I ers ,
quired number of officials have played $14.SO. m1sslo ,
been ,chosen.: : Is : .,. ''r: ;
School For miles For games i
The,rest,of the Items connected Branford $21.25 29.00Chlefland who'' ;
'with the operation of 'a tournamentare 20.00 14.50 gave I

usually rather 't'all1.lLdilpMed Cross City 55.67 43 50 and ',' 8 ; ,
of. The matter of saved. t /
Greenville 11.14 14.50 f
,1 or earned passes sometimes caner Jasper 29.00( Christ' (
,In far some 'interesting( 'discussion.We .)Jennings S.83 29.00 { (
usualhseee large crowds 'at Lake Butler' 25.69 22!:.00

,tournaments but, sometimes a sup. Mayo U.7tif" 29.00 ; l'f 1x,4 jia .i r ,ti4, ,, '
;pl1atrf&Jy..1arge ?number of this Newberry 1M9 Yy 350 '':: j.
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group" come in on ,complimentary North Marion 5039! 2900. c-n ,
l 'passes.As ;- Trenton 53.35, '43.50 is 1
to ;
a general rule, a, team is Willistcn 66.53 43.50 which ;
issued 15 passes for players, managers Both Mayo-and WUUston brought: ience ''i
.tin ,,chart keepers:;.etc..Then,all a girls team and consequently: re i But n'I; I ? i '1 {, ve
the coaches and their wives,'Principals calved .credit,for the;game they t t'I 'say
and,their, wives vistin goffi- ''I playa, dand the trip,made. Al in all ;
rs' dais 'and their .wlves.' repreienta- we felt that the tourncment was i "
rivet ot the press radio and T.,V. most successful aid: we would like but 11 ,Y j A {
and law enforcement officers come to take this opportunlt yto thank theGAS r s

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'!PAGE pl THE, JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, 'February 21,1 1964. ';,: 7 i iI itlqe

,4.. .... NOTICE OP EMI1BNT!' DOMAIN.a. .1 commanded] toe aippear by fling. I"4II.r tree of 111.2t' feet to the end bf salt' f
PHO<'KhI: >11Ufl '; ".', ? '. ,to the Petition. heretofore curve" run thence North T degrea's' ;_
y' [; 2fapct lets IN Tlti NAMB AND BY TUB AUTHOnftT mod la this. cause la the entitled S* minutea tO second East 'i lets
I 'Potlic Announcements tF Tl *-STATE OF Court. on or before March lit; 1164 1 feet to the center line of SE.. :
+ I rWIUOAroo to show what j-lcbti title; .Interestor Street (Main). .'ace' Ii
; .Published Every Friday'Second4Caas ., AJL.li" WHOM IT MAY COM. lien you, or any of you have In Containing ..(.. acre*,more ,or lei*'; 't."I
I CEIt i. and to all parsons and !partly and to the abo"0+*crlbedlaniii.andahew exclualyvoirof Kletliia: kIte0e| : at./ > ,.
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; Postage Paid at Jasper Florida IN fclRCUIT COURT proceeding to quiet title ha*or' ciaimisg or bavillg any right' Olw cause way 4-o w oui hjMila past -' r' .
THIRD JUDICIAL" CIRCUIT I brought la. the Circuit Court Ha- Interest; 'estate: mort.ac./i1 : On taken'for the .use and purpose OWNED sir Co..I. iWorJ: .y and bic '
Subscriptions .StricUyvJn iAdjrajice A .A. '' IN AND FOR HAU.1LTON .! milto. County, Florlds,+ sealnet all lien to .r on those certain parcel of set forth In the Petition pled herein. self. i2it;. ."R'I. : ; t r': ..
$ \ i' .; l any :eet4lst rtxht) land hereinafter decrlbed. d WITNESS 'and the Seal ef )&' H.t'fY
, $3.00 in'Hamilfcn'Coiinty( $ .OJ( OutiWo+ of County FLORIDA.COUNTY' {wi HU. or'.a.r... In. or lien upon, the followingperaorisi. ; together With. 1 1unkaow this Court on, this jWlh dayW.February '(That par t.o.fqp 4p.It.. 1.lK"11t"V. \ ,
, described real' property, -,' p r oni claiming byi 1164 : i
", IN CHANCERT following ; t .
Cards of Thanks .,.. $1.00 Minimum MAJOR tFFrnILLCOLR.- -L: J\ JVER .Ituate In. &lIIl1to. Couat. Florida, through' or under', .known : pernenswheere >> tHELNA'iEWJ9"t' la.pttYl 'ida( 'M..IIfOlrOW' \.j we,;
CLJs-BIC OF .THB CIRCUIT' } Beginning on the Easternredge
!IRST HOBM OV.!' KHWESTKAOLRR lo.wlt: iI1 dead, or who ,are,pot l known{ .
Telephone SYcamoaeMr. 0'2-633 1 w u. A sii ens.' vtd '-1; Lot .J, liypilC'3fldw'ee; to b 'dead-orallv** ? iffoT.c1r: AND. FOR HA-l I r of the r/w of the t.L railroad 1
bhshez4ai .* CHARLIE HARRIS, .as .It!! I Harvey.and s, -.,jr.Ja) For. SECTION 32500,3603. BTATB ROAD rtU... ; ; FLORIDAby at the '8VV corner" t>f I
and Mrs. Robert Ehlertdltots'antl \1 Tmistoei ef Poplar g..rtg. Bes- : HAMILTON COUNT1;( ,NAMESAND Alice Jones Deputy Clerk I!I owned by J. W. Peinlngton now-
time Charch of .......r. Florida, you are hereby required to file ADDRES3JS8: W. X DRUItYCOUNTY owned by Mrs Edith Worley, thence
Plaintiffs. with the Clerk ot sand Court your Ueorge FordAddreia I ATTORNEY. run South on the Eastern edge of ,.
-v.. written appearance (t>eri ally, or Unknown P..0 BOX II old r/w a distance of 111 tut to lot
i SUSPECT MURDER ARSON, INFqiE All nereeini. elalssla*+ ay ..- written I appearance tate. right title .* lteret l I., or before, the Uth.1ay of March A Ford, f SEAL) thentfe Rastie0 feet. to Frink Street ,
e* lien ...... tfce real pirevcrtyerel D. 1114,' aftfT the Issuance of this Address Unknown JACK W. PIKRCH thence North along the Western edgeof
I LAST SUNDAY HERE ,. .-.1.... e.. aay part. summon)t. and thereafter to file arevice an.p. No. ILU. 'i HOLLAND RUILDIVOTACLAHAflSER Frank St 111 feet to land formerly ; I"
counsel and FLORIDA owned by J. W. Pennlngton 9.
tkereef; on the opposing Union JOlectrio' Supply Coinpanr aI!. .
Defendants. III. with*ald Clerk your written defense V, O, Box 1111 !/ I OF COUN3EOFOK PETITION thence West. to a point of beginning ';
t f "" A colored man,. Bernice McNeil 40 burned to death THE" STATE OF FLORIDA, TOt I. *. If any, to complaint at the Valdosta. Georgia KR3. and. being fn Sections. I.and 6 of j' ,
> AU persons claiming any estate. time prescribed by law therein setting 8, 11 D No. 10f.I Towns hip 1 North Rang, 14 Baits
'In side a tiny, shack in Jasper's colored.zection last Sun right, thle or Interest in or lien, upon up. the eetate, right the IIU.above orIntor..t SECTION 12500.1 01. STATE ROAD IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT AND ,,.,
the real property herein described, In, orlI.n. apoa. HAMILTON COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS TUB THIRD 'JUDIC' (1)( Commencing the North".t"
'day evening about:) 8:00: p.m., and a colored woman;.Lu- or any part thereof} Defendant* described properly claimed will 00.be : yrL ;CIRCUIT, IN AND I(I I corner of the Lot belonging t* the :',
GREETINGS!! Herein. fall not or Judgment SHD No. 106 I niQHT OF WAY FOR HAMILTON COUNTY Methodist' Episcopal.. Church South,
( vina 52 is held in county'jAilMuring) investigation by'def.ult. and North Parallel with the ,
Nell being, an You. are hereby notified that I entered. agatast.you That part oft FLORIDA.' ', running t
the aral
WITNESS roy hand and Th. West Halt of Lot I,, Block 1Saccording LAW r No. ., ACL. > RailroadOfget, thence at right
j which the sheriff's department believes may of this aid Court at Jasper Florida, to Lang of the City STATE H04U UFPAHTMKNTOF 'angle with
1' result in charges of murder and arson against her. this 4th day,-Of.Tkebna.February Lewis, A. D. IM4.M of Jasper i Florida; and map beingfurth. FLOHIDA. .... vS" + Eat 110 St.0 feet feet thence! thence.South West alongFrlnk 180
Qualifying Dates er described a* follow t A. Atrmrj of the. State, 1 I .
(SEAL Clerk Circuit, Court Of .. I point *ff begtnfu'nff, tohave.
Sheriff's Deputy Russell Rhoden ,Hamilton Countyby Beginning at the Northeast cornerof r Flo.. .. rr .ti ,,, ins hold, In tmist< and reports that he went to the fire protection from the fire.McNeil's Announced For Alice Jenes. Deputy Clerk the Intersection of Carolina Street I and PelHUeal maintain and dispose ef us a placeof t
and the r/w of'the ACU Railroad. II"HILTOV.COU"TY.! a .
which wai in a snuttl: shack about clothes (he wore three and being the Southwest corner* of naMlvlslen e4 ... Stat :' residue for, the,use and occupantjey ,
of ) not a of ItT THB'' h1RCUIT'COURT the of land hereby" conveyed and el Florida.r -r- : % of the Preacher of the Method
10x13: feet, located in the quarters pair pants/beld penny County Candidates tract Jit Episcopal. Church'Booth who may' '
OFl TUB THIRD JDDICIAC thence North'.long'the Eastern Petitioners. "I
run !
and his billfold was also from lime. to tame be appointee, la
about a half block: from the Elk's money "* CIRCUIT IN AND edge of r/w of Mid A.C.UI, Railroad -vs.tJlrl7I0d.- I'
aid place, subject to the usages and
Cub, arriving: about the same time empty.) Qualifying date f,," Florida tiiblltf I 'FO 'HAMILTON COUNTY II* teet i thence Eat ICi feet; thence, Rona):RB'ef aLDefendants. discipline of theM. E. C. South os

as the fire department. They found The building: was the home of the I offices vary ci to whether the', IN CHANCERY + South the Northern 110 feet edge: thence of Carolina West Street along 1 d s" NOTICE OK Wl'LMJNfTHH NIIAIIOTICH0r I may be from tlme,to time authorised

inside the woman, Luvlna NeB 52, and office is OLIVER .11J.alRo' lot ,, +5f h T.LOl1AiNt1itIPNOIP.EDI and discharged by the General Con, ,
a fire well under way s state officeor county I ,.. tNt to point of beginning Terence 'of -the said Church and by
flames Neill who Jived in Erode' \ Candidates ._ '. Platntltt" 9 tying northerly of and within SS b. t' whose
building, with .emerging for Senator and:flows '" t.a NAMJ'Awt1'!: Br TRIO annual conference within
.' feet of the Jlae of State AV'
from: the roof. Jt is a crowded area Quartos*:had'been to visit her.Me-I of Representative and.pC>ervtat* FLOHii/A''IeAtY" / ; ; gIt 10 Road Street fn aurvfy Janper Sectlpa asses.sets. ITIORITT; OF iJi "r Ef. .tt"U" 8 unds! ,,the,ibid ,premises are. situate

f.. and efforts were first'conflned to( Deputy Sheriff' Rhoden >offices quality with the Secretaryof TltB NAhiv XjID Defends BY THE*tIN ai. wild follow Surrey line-. .. ,being" described .. I. TO ALL WHOI IT*'*MAT CON AND .t.tin" ,". '

f trying to extinguish the fire and Thursday that: polygraph (lie. State and their opening date has 'AUTHORITY' '"- TilE. STATE) Begin on the southerly extension of: CERN. and. to all persons and'parties''claiming (1) Commencing at a ot Clifford or
point the Nortf1--.edtt.
tectorV) .. had showed she lied on OF FLORIDA) : the west line of Lot 1/. Block a0'at or havtac any right.jUtle; ; on ..
prevent its spread.. I I already been reached-Feb. :18. Tot FLORIDA MAE SILER Interest e.tlte.mortgage or other Ave. Jn' theTown ,of Jasper at .theSW ,
21.1 }
A point feet southerly from the
several counts in her story. lie re- nomination whose residence and address Is'unknew. .corner of Lot sold by Mary Dor.ner .
However bystandersoon told, Candidates for to a southwest corner of said lot 16. runthence lien te or on those cerptoyareefs ofland .
I to J W. P n" lnston anal
Hm they had heard cries coming ports they have reason to believe county office shall qualify,with the 'A,sworn: bill'of complaint having North. I* d.lrre..U minutes:I following I hereinafter. described, add the All oldto' PercyBodge. and rnnntar
; together.wtth ,
Bait 71 If feet to the beginning of acurve I persons ,
from wide, and his duties changedto she left the man sleeping on the bed Clerk of the Circuit Court between been Died In, thl.*.Court against you, concave southwest bayIng '| unknown person claiming byt thencealong the North edge ot Cite\
the relief ther.la.sought being dJyore. t-'ih6: ; ford Ave. West 105 feet thence North .
guarding! the building until It I and poured kerosene on the floor noon March 3, and noon March 17. .. yotl are required to answer a> radius .tt feet, runthence 1 I through dead or under. kn w *persons 101 feet i thence East 105 feet: thence .
:whe are or who re not known,
could be entered, and keeping l it after steaBng his money, then set The Jasper News contacted as aid complaint on or before March '. 101.67 feet easterly to the end along of said laid carve curve I,[ to be dead or alive'%."., I,South 10S feet to point of beginning' lI l-

under guard for several days after- fire to the inside of the shack went many! candidates ai could be reach 1114 sos,.;Jasper.furnishing; Florida.to Odla Plaintiff M. Hender-At. run thence South 7) degrees 00 min I SECTION 12&OOS402 STATE ROAD of lying the easterly survey of line and. of within/State! 10 Road feet, r

out and locked the door from the .. thereof, deempro Otis East 111(1 feet to a point I on [HAMILTON COUNTY NAMES, I Street la JasperSection 12500 2101,
ward whfle Investigating the con ed up to press time and has found lorney a ."*'" else the southerly extension of the easterly i AND ADDRESSES! I ;

tents. The fire was extinguishedbefore outside, so ,the, man could not es that the following will geek reelection .confeiao will: be entered agalnat line of Lot 1, Block 5 S a 41.... Dlvlaloa. of National Winston said follows survey line :bolnadescribed as

cape. WITNESS MY band and the efflc- lance of 4S fet southerly from of the Methodist Church Beginning. on'th..t. Jin*:If Section
being completely burned 10 : *
IT01 Arch Street5'hnadelphta
not been lal seal ot this Court at Jasper. the southeast corner ef Aid lot 1. I, Township North i Range,14 Bait!
Official charges have yet
much evidence remained. Sheriff Charlie Rhoden, this Ird day ef February run thence South TS degrees 00 mlnutee : Pa.BRD ; at a point 711.5,feet Northerly from
filed pending Inquest and furtherlmestfgatJonhich r ..ld" East Ill.11 feet to the beginning Now 111.1 .. Section
of tnld
Deputy Rhoden contends that a County: Commissioners Jack ,VTn- / Loraine' ;Xtofer2t4 the Southeast corner
Lewi of a curve concave to the northeast 6, South $5 ,(decree 5*
calling run Shane
{ includes '
imell ell kerosene: permeated the son and Guy McGhln 'Clerk:: 4 Circuit. Court having a radlue of .150.11 feet.run Farml"ctoa'Road minutes 00 seconds West ,110.10 feet
inside of the building and has evidence ,in'an,"arson expert; Supt. of Public Instruction Harry Odls K. H. d."OD thence easterly along said curve Lexington,: Kentucky, run thence North 1 degree II ruin
161.it feet to the end of said SRD No. IOU ..
Jasper, Florida curve ate 00 .. cend West 1J4I feet to
of this to present to( a corona -- T. Reid, |I:Feb. T 14 II II;.Mar I run thence South) SS degrees 11 minute Jerome" C. Kiefer, the beginning. of 'a curte Connive to
ers Inquest to( be called in the near CARD OF THANKS aunty Judge John Jl. McCormick, East.27.07 feet to the northerly 114 Farming-ton. Jtond j I the easterly ;
extension of the east line of Block Lexington, Kentucky .II lhencsrnortherlyalong
5111 feet run
it>tllr'e. r Supvr. of Registration Ann Malpas l 'THF CIRCUI-r'COURT 111 Caldwell s Survey *t a"point 15 SRD ,'No. 104.1C laid curve through.total central .

A colored man, Frank Williams, May I take this opportunity to<>> Tax Collector Dan Braswell -or.'THF THIRD JUDICIAL I feet northerly from the- Northeast : L. Worley jTIK angle of S degrees Ik minutes a.

coming home from church was thank my many friends neighbors Each of the above will make' a FOR HAMILTON CIRCUIT IN COUNT AND! : corner of said*.(01 Block.acre 111Containing more. 'or l... West, ,Oeotg1e.SRD NorthStreetValdosta !'" distance aid curve of, 110 run.87 thence feet. to'North the end degreea of '

first to' notice the fire and heard and; relatives for their beautiful formal announcement In The Jasper FLORIDA. I exclusive of exliting road right of No. 109.IL II minute 00 'seconds East

someone yelling inside. He broke flowers cards, &1ft.l1! vWts and News at a later time.It STATE; ROAD LAW DEPARTMENT NO T way OWNED BTi Union Electric Supply Haley IKHWeit Worley' North,? .si.itV.ldt& 711 salt II Flret feet Street to the centerline(Main). of. South-

open a shuttered window but the ,prayers during'mYJray; In tbd>os-, .Is provided by Section 99.151(2)( ) OK FLORIDA." :::;:-rYtontnr.c ,' Georgia '*. ... Containing. ..06 acres. more or Us*.
to A. "...e, ,.' tke State r Interest 'of RED No I'M exclusive of existing road right ofway. '
inside was too hot ( enter. At the (Iprtal'and at home recuperating (d) that expenditures may not be ef Florida, f James L..Dnnaway and Frtnf urJDiiw" .Et1-rION U6 ,.zUa, STATE ROAbHAMILTON .

same time Edwin Brown came out I from & fractured back ;anl; arm mode, toe,campaign jpurposei other andHAMILTON way, : 'COUNTY."DESCRIPT., OWNED BYl' Jasper Methodist
+ 't
ct the Eta Club and knocked! cut sustained in an accident. It is folks than for personal travel ant. incidental COf!TY. a Political HUD'/NO1! tilt RIGHT OF 'WlyThat IONS SRD No.' 14.1 ,BRIGHT. OJ"W.AT Church CSubject .
leadivbsle..1 the Btato. part eft ',.' tot Mortgage 4'II 60 Fie
a glass on the back of the building like you that make'life's pathway expenses prior to noon of the .f Florida," Lot one of Block II, CaldweM'i Sure That part oft ,' corded O II, pages 415.471
for the same reason, but he, too, I leaiser to travel1,May' pod blestu first o filing date, for nomination _.-.t. PeUtlonerpvs. ,, ', vy of the that Town of,; :s.rtIft: Lot the I of City Block.of .Jaiper; IK; ,Lang Florida Surteyof See- In favor of the'orbl'r Methodist: :' a of Church National Millions

could not enter. The body w I you everyone for the office which the candidate ROSA HELL WRTHERIfGTOr! except Railroad released part by owner to .the tlon Ir Township_ 1 North. f'.Range TAKE NOTICE that a Decl.rntlonof

found on the floor where he had obviously .., M Sincerely seeks,Mwhich In the case of county .t .. A.C.L.H.R. for Right of way I' Elsa Lying easterly of and within' 10 H'I Taking ha been filed In the above .
Defendants.NOTICE lying northerly I of and llfeel styled cause by the Petitioner the -
tried to himself at < AnvC. Malpas candidates would be March 3. w'UHt of line of Slate RoadStreet.
( cover :jv: OF HULK HillPall of the survey line 1 of State Road, thesurvey. acquiring authority of these proceedings
Street In Jasper Section 12500.1603. In Jasper Bvetton. 12SOO ICOSi ; of the taking of the above described
said ,Us being described a*:
survey *. I
said survey line/ being described ai land for the purpose net
t I I follow:, follow.: I forth In the Petition In thl. cause.vlt .
th'easl tins bf Section '
I II' the Beginning on .- As right of for a portionof
Begin on southerly extension of :way
/. Township 1 North t.RtaKe.14 East; : StateR md denlsrnattd 8.R
theweet line of Lot II Block 10 a < as
Government ,Homing Project at a at a point 711.5 f northerly I from I I Central Avenue and Knowle St. In'
point 2'.5 southerly from the eouth the southeast corner-of, said. SectionI I: the City of Jasper, Hamilton County
thence South 02rdegteee1
west corner of said Lot 16 run j ron Florida' ) that Honorable Samuel
thence North 19 d.lfrelR 14 minute minute PD second West ,10.$0 feet 8.' Smith. one ef the Judge of the
Till the run thence North t degree 11 minute Circuit (he Third JudicialTircwlt .
East feet to beginning of
5 8'' fieeondt i Went IU.U feet to theberlnnlngitfflWcnTVeUbnUT : oftlrld.o'. 'wJ1I'oft' the nth' I 'II:!"
carved b'the.seuthwest'having .
a> conoave j
(Ito.easterly .
to j I. of 18.4 at 10:00 0't
O a' radio of IS4 /1. feet.rnnthence I day February > :
: {e4J.P easterly along. laid curve 101 having a> radius rtUIt.1I r clock In the Hamilton Ceunty
thence th"e::
feet run northerly :
,*7 feet to the end of Mid carve run at Jasper< FlorMal-eon.
thence South 72 degrees. 55 minutesEast eurv..through it,total central angleof I eider said.Declsraion of Taking,: "
S degree..15 mlnu.la distanceof
I appoint appraiser and make such
US it to the Northeasterly
I027 feet lev the end of soldcurve.
extension. of the eal line of Lot I, Order as the CeartWIeems proper. AIr'pA.n.
; flock I Cald well'a Survey at a point 38 minutes ran. /OO thence seconds North Bant T decrees. Tl<,U ." te the suit and all parties ln4erflted ->
I.7 feet northerly from the Northeast may appear i>nd be heardat
w Y d feet the ,. 8.R 1stKtreet '
i rnnrr of Raid Lot '. to censer! : line ot ,. the time end place designated.
You; and each ef are hereby.
10 feet you
Containing square more or
Containing 0.02 J,"acres mbaor; less ,
C'nmnMIndfiot to sonar by filing an
less l exclusive of
existing Toad right
.J i > .
; : .t way. exclusive, of existing road ,right of Answer to the Petition .heretofore
:' ': OWNED BY George Ford and his way. filed in this cause In-the entitled
OWNED BTr Loralne Rhmberg Clef.er
\ wife,'collie Ford. (Court on or before March 11; 1164;
t I't. nnd her husband Jerome C. Kl*' to show what right title; Interest
IT TAKE NOTICE that K Declarationof ,
} fer
1 Men of have I.Ind .
sou or any you;
Taking his been Oledjn the abovestyled
000 RRO NO IOU RIGHT OF WAT to the above-described land and
] cause by the Petitioner the
That part of:
show the should not
cause why same
acquiring- authority of these proceeding Lot t of Block IK, according toLang's be Mkrn for the and
uses purpose
*, of the. Inking of the above deacrlbtd
Retrace survey map of the
et in the Petition filed herein.
land for the purpose set "My of Jasper, Florida I. .
WITNESS hand ef
mv and the Real
.. .' forth! In the Petition In this ....au.q. //Otf1\ easterly of and within SO feet this Conrt on this loth day of Febru
I vlr A* right of wy for a"portlohof"N.W I V( the survey line of State Road

,(w. .I,, : and N. F'Third' Street In Rtrefta In Jasper, Section 12500.2101: i 1114THFUTA LEWIS
}:'l: the Pity of Jacperiamnton; ) County said survey line. being,' described as I r't,S-HK OW THE cmCTTITroiTRT.
,t'b/ Florida, that the' Tfonorabl
#. .')'L" J .. Samuel follow t I IN AND FOR HAMILTON .
8. Smith one of the Judges
: : Beginning oif the eAht line of Section COUNTYFLORIDA
"II .j- Judicial:
Olrcult Court lit the
Third (, Townnhlp 1 North; Range 14 East hr Alice! Jones, Deputy Clerk
Circuit of Florida will on the 21th at n point 71(8 feet northerly frem w. A. tlRURY '
day of February, lM4r at 10:00 o'' the southeast'corner: of said Section COUNTY ATTORNEY
Hall travels to clock a.m. In the Hamilton. County 6. run thence South 19 degree. II : P O BOX 21
r pleasure you Courthouse at Jasper' Florida eon minutes 60 second West 110 20 feet JASPER .FLORIDA .
cider said Declaration of Taking. run thflM. NortWl degree 21 minutes and 18EAL)
appoint appraisers: and make uchOrder Oo secondH West 214,11 feet to 7ACK w.'PIERCEHOLLANr .
r a* the Court deems proper. All the beginning of a' curve concave to ) BT7ILDINO ,
'" parties. to the suit and all parties In. the easterly having a radius of C4If TALLAHAftSEB' FLORIDA
Se : \ iereted mar appear and be heardat .11 feet. run thence northerly! along !
lt ; ;
.. :' PETITIONFeb.
1 the time and place designated aid curve through ,a total central
\ :'; TV You.. .and each_ of you are hereby. agle of I degrees 10 minute a dla", 11, I*. March /t 1 II
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.School Bonds Issue Jennings' Locals.i ." (JACKIE"L. ROfUNSOVIX f. ;
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APpe led To State SAMPLE BALLOT) ,
Mr Carroll McElroy.; vocational Pvt. Jackie Lc .Robinson ,sor, 4 ;

i Supreme CourtNotice Agriculture Teacher took four boys of Mr. and Mrs. Fitchur Robinson! ,

from his department to do Judging Jasper, Fla., completed a 'Vine-',1 ., '.- CITY _OF JASPER -)
at the State' Fair at Tampa. The week: general supply 'course ,Feb 1/" GENERAL ,
of Appeal of the recent e ',- ELECTION t .
boys were Horace School Bond Validation has been1Deet : .::TUESDAY
on behalf of Ben Bates day. Ray McCUlleyi: Glen Herndon, Ronald School Fort Lee Virginia. NORRISMCDduDdThe J MARCH 3, 1964 .,-
and Robert '
ton Bradshaw and Fred Christie .Keeling.. During the course Robinson received .
February" 18, to the Supreme Court on instruction in the receipt, betrothal of Miss Ethel Ly-, Jp", "/'otf /1eme.ial4.liospifaf (To vote, make an X in the square opposite ./1 ;.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McQJley II storage and issue nette Norris daughter Mr. the name of 'choice ': .
of. the State of Florida .It was announced of supplies and and your ) '
have moved to the country. Theyare Mrs. D. Fbrrest
this week. material. ,' of White JYCWS I'i
occupying! M. C. homeIt 1 FOR MAYOR
to Mr. Thomas
'lbe.appeJants! must now file The. 18 year old soldier enteredthe Hogarth I, i ;
Is located on Route No. 143. I McDonald of Vote
their allegations within 15 days and . Army in July, 1963 and completed Neptune Beach, is announced PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL ON for One'j, j .. '
other legalities will make It at least We welcome and I basic training: at Fort Gor by her parents* I FEBRUARY Ml : r;,;, ,5
Mri Mrs' C. W.
35 days before 'the high court win don. Georgia. He ia a 1963 graduate I The bride-elect 1* a graduate of Butch Nesmith .' ;' \

make a ruling ,jPennington to Jennings.Sr. and They son have Charles been of Jasper High School. tended White Springs Jacksonville High School University She 'at Mrs, Lennie Smith ,r C. E,, COURTOY i, 'fl.' ";' ,""IjlF'r ..
Robinson and
I hiving now In Hawaii and James
In Tampa since September. will be Stationed there 2 ft hi a graduate of Jones Business Col Mrs.. .j'.- ,.:;" .5 'w4 ; .1 j\
Fire Pept.. Gets Harry a senior, 4s' mighty'happy years. 1 l lege. Miss Nocris I Is Ethel FVy ... M'a t'Ji./.t/-F/, -
<<:... ,..'\.) to have' the1'n'1' drne-m Is tired of qvny-yW-yii n -,*r-mrv j.iufm sated in a seceretrii presenty.assoo capacity) wltl Cettya 1Jra "U.--WIl". ''A7, y' ,. .., 1 L
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Supper . The Seniors are planning several I''in Heritage Insurance Co. J. 'W, Kelly ."* FOR <0' : .
Jacksonville. COUNCILMAN
events which you will be hearing' ,

A steak supper\ was given for the Louisiana Mrs. Alma, is'visiting BrownsoShrieveport.her mother., more about later. I[I' The prospective: bridegroom I Is George Mrs Rena Royals Combess .: -' i i: ;" ,1'4; Four (4)]) Year I Term,: ". : .
Jasper Fire Department last Thursday President.DeUner Smith the the son of Mr. Walter IL ,y' '" 'j "
says McDonald Amos Wilson Vote for Two IlI'
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Mamie '
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night' at Leona's restaurant. seniors are forward of Washington I). CC: anj .;, ,
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, There.were 16 firemen, .along with!I senior trip this will include Wash Mrs. McDonald. FoOowlng his grad Cbrtne; Thomas (col.) t "I':' ,.. : I: \1' ": .... ..... 't ,: : '"

mr iniucr K slip rjiunua zr 1 ington..,.New York end the World's nation from AnacostU .' '\ ... ,. '.. "' ...
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uM>u<4iu'iTO' nuenoea FAMES 1 .L.J
Fair.Mrs. vaj: G.: OCACK: ;;
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Russell Alderman Is CbllegiTand/was*later ." l, _
two men make all calls'along with:i.:! School] News. o fthe.Senior, class. sponsor graduated 'from 'University 01 I OP FEB. U .n, "\.' I' I ',j -( ... J. jI
-the rem.en. Florkta. He )I'' Mrs. Pauline McKlnnonA. B. .. '' I I
dome one. come all to our supper presently ssociated r JOHN DEDCE '
.r The supper was given by a group SLAVE: AUCTION and miss J. If. S contsst. with Stockton, Watley. .Davin. in I G. Lawson .
'Of local citizens spearheadedJim by; Beta ..* Jacksonville.The Mrs. Nora Mathis Po i,.
Black.; The dub had a Slave Auction Wessie Mrs. Eva Creech WADE B. NORRISCLASSIFIED, \ '.; "
recently. The whole auction: Miss Wyllie is sponsor tKos wedding will be solemnized Mrs Adina .* #,.. '
son of the Senior class. the First Simpson .
was most exciting. If you Churchy: Jack .
Roger CbrbettDavid
WALLACE HOLDENPARTICIPATES lucky, enough to buy a slave.-he Elaine. Smith and Nora Nichols sonville. Friday May 1,'-.r eight b' 4- 'J' ", .r, f..t. toW t-,
win direct the clock. A Harvey itl t ;, .' '" ", ,
beauty wedding
I .IN EXERCISE: could work one day jfor-you., pageant reception will be .Russell Rhoden ,
Bin The whole class is working to held in the "
Butler,:,was the auctioneer church'annec: xlmmedlatehr !- Wesley Mizell '
Army. .PFC'Wallace Holden, son aid he did a fine job. Thesla: make this. J. IL S. Contest thebes, t following the eel"e'l'ntJh"y. 'Mrs. Martha .'" I
of Mrs. ,Eerie M...Holden, Jasper who brought the largest sums of ever. All friends and relative are invited Mrs. Juanita Sullivan Howey :
Florida and other members of the President to attend. ' Jim
money were Barbara 'Jo' Henderson Dea Is very busy Mrs. ABa Mae Cason ,
::95th Quartermaster Battalion participated and Colonel Harry Penningtorf trying to get all of the final plans ....''. James Amerson '.' -\:

in Exercise FROSTY Miss Barbara Pearman and Mr. arranged for the Miss. Jennings I WEEK OF FEB. Mi .'{,' ADS

LION field ,training In Germany'exercise. The ended week-long Jan Carrol McElroy are sponsors of the High School faintest OOOLSBV,- .i BEASLEY Mrs. Mary Cox ..i1\\ ................ .....--.,,...- '. ..,
club. Members of th '.Beta Raymond Henderson I >A.nA.ULT ,iu lea worK a nau:' ,
"30 I are Elaine Smith Ellen Scan. CkuSOPHOMORE CLASS Mr.. and Mrs. O'NeaTcoplsby an- Mrs. Bernice days a week. Call Margaret Register i HOUSE FOR SALE: IN JASPEJI.

During the maneuver the 95th .tha Newsome, Annaree Biers, Louise Jeff Burnette !is president of the nounce the engagement}of their Mrs Lute Allison 792-2671 Up Only $?,000. Can be financed. "i
Quartermaster Battalion provided HiTlhouse BarbaraTJo.Herderon. class. They are paying their due a daughter Constance Leona to Mr. Others $3500 to 17.000 See W. L.
support for the combat Infantryand Harry Pennington Miriam I Several members of the class are {erman Vann Beasley.Jr.; of Rhonda Howey HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS b y, Bryan 792-2985. or Robert Ehlert

'armor units operating under Howell Glenda Wheeler, La von entering the Miss J. H. S Contest. Mr. Herman Van Beasley1 Se.,* of Pfd Will McDonald Gall Hunter Motel.day, week or month. Alapaha 792" 491. Registered Real Estate

simulated battle conditions. Burnam. "'. Mrs. Minnie Shiver Is sponsor of cock.- Ga. Mrs. Myrtle tee Brokers. tipI
Holden a canvas repairman In the class Miss Goolsby Is a graduate of Jasper Harvey I
The slaves really ,worked and Marvin Selph USED ILECrRaCRANGES; FOR
the battalion' Company A near High School, Jasper 'FIorlda "
earned the price paid tor them Sale. tGood condition.
Jesse Mitchell $40 and
Forth Germany entered the Army ... sob GRADE and is now employed with the Trust *' SO.: Mannings Radio WORK WANTEl>-Flnt Oaas Carpenter -
In February 1962 and received basic I.I' ,d I The-Stli wade: will begin real'soon Oompay of Ga. In Atlanta. Mr. Mrs. Shirley: Zlpperer> '>' ,,. ,, phone 793-4421 Repair' Japer tee* I and roofing. 'CaD C.

training at Fort .Gordon. Ga. lie BASEBALL N NEWS Io-,workpn(their play which they P Beasley Is a graduate of Dixie High
arrived overseas last August. Spring is almost here. How do will present to the public \ School. Dixie. Ga. He attended Valdosta Mae McClain ."'1 MIMEOGRAPH

The 23. year old soldier was graduated we know Baseball season Is just j Gwen Deas has ,been' sick t with State College and'4 now a Toni Norfleet ': PAPER "I'novated'Vpaobteriiig Needs Mattresses re
from Jasper High School In around the corner Coach: for this flu. She is, back at. school. We miss senior Georgia' State College' in Ronald Lumpkin furniture upholstered, ven-
1958 and wasemployed by Jasper sport will be Mr Edward "Buddy" ed you Gwen Atlanta. He Is employed with the Charlie Porter' .I I White and Colors I jtian blinds rebuilt we upholster

Bakery before entering'the Army. Burnam. The boys who have planned Frankie 'Johnson. Is president ofthe Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Annie Nelicllff : THE JASPER NEWS automobiles and make seat covers.
VmaiE CONE OUT FRONT to participate in this sport are; : .cla... The wedding will take place at Bertha Anderson Come to see us.

AGAIN Don Tyree. Delmer Smith. diaries e 2:00: o'clock on Sunday. April 19, Mary Louise McNeal SAVE-SAVE-SAVE t ALL FLORIDA MATTRESS dad

Mrs.. Edward E. Cone ,the former Wynn.. Joel Selph Lavon Burnam.Jon COMMON EXCUSES.How 1964 at the Advent Christian Church Mary Elizabeth Walker >>ell glass lined water heaters, upROLnatwo COMPANY

Vtrgie Hyman daughter of Deas Jim Bate Horace Bates do you feel Terrible. I judo st Jasper Florida. No local invita ,Annette Hewitt $74.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators |1S999 200 Pine Street Live Oak, Fla.

"Folks' writer Mrs. George (Virgie) ,Jeff r Burnett..Gerald: Beaty Jimmy not know the trouble. Sorry that dons are being sent AU friends and 'Mary Robinson : w.t.; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers Phone.FO3-3143 ,\, tfc ..
Hyman,,.Is out grant again or may :Murphy and Jim Deas. you have been absu t.'I Just had relatives of the couple are cordially! ,EloJse,.McLecd H99.96: 473 lb. Upright Freezers t- ..

be we had sect-put,It this way: ,. .e the flu. no_the doctor_ said a virus: Invited I A reception will follow Lloyd Frceloye, ..95; 647-lb. Upfl ht: Gear.. .... CJ I
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t ,She continue tQ staj*ouf.tront.. ..BASKETBALL inere are au JOMS cc viruses bul t n. _. c' I, _.85: 12-ft. 'AutomatlelRetrl ..,..
There was a picture of Mrs. Vir mine was "bad". I mean bid' CM!''I; ,., r erater,, witn 1I-1b>. 'Frtezei I 'J f"1'. ;
gie Hyman Cone of Jacksonville In GUESTS. COOKOUT: I halted to miss classes but I tuesi, VAUGHN." LAW, ", -'" ".IG ,w.t; ,5-year warranty 'at t tl', '

the,Florida Times Won "February Mrs. 3.' w'D; vUIe. 'basketball I cans make'the work -Anyway : :, 'and Mrs.,W.)M. Vaughn an- : Jannbit's'' Radio .Service' call 798-. >U,W..Savannah 'n'
'7th and she was'on,the"memorial coach, had'a cook out for the team wlflLets s.: -, : Iflounce 'the engagement and ;ap- 4 Jssper.. / tfo -' 'VAUXWTAUCK)8W) .

+committee to sponsor a scholarship It was'at her,bome.e Principal De- hope that winter and hav, preaching marriage of their daughterv J Aniv. VISIT FRIER MUSIC 'j

Iii memory of Mrs Byron West who I Vane cooked,the "Burgers'! H* is lag colds; win soon be over. Olivia CerI7,to Mr. Horrid., S.. : In Live Oak,'FkMda'for COMPANY r
was professionally known.as Helen aW'i w .
a very good cook: we hear) needs,from FARMERS
Hunt West.Many I ,We an had plenty to eat and had SEMESTER IEXAMIWhat : The wedding will take place.on w --- piano to records and organs and

In Jasper knew Helen Hunt lots of fun. Thanks to Mr,.and Mrs. did you maker WeU I Just Thursday March 5, nineteen sixty poed B ..D.'r ; .rs"ys, recordcplay.. etc MONEY for your farm opart
West especially those who use to DeVane. passed. I will Ho better next time. brat 7: o'clock in the evening, at :.Aboysnnxi'Larry,, McClain,I II lions at reasonable cost Terms

see her with husband in Tallahassee Members of the team are: Linda That Is what was heard last week. Bagdad Church of Christ:\ a glad I, born to Ernest and Mae McClain oh I REPAIRS, to year'OU1' needs. Loans up to .
during Legislative sessions Smith. Sybil Johnson Sharon Howell The report cards went out last Wed Florida. T
The Byron.West was formerly city Patsy Herring Linda Faye nesday. Some good an dsome other Robert and Bertha Lee1 Anderson adlo. Also Small appliance Man- auction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave

editor for the Florida Times Union Selph., wise but as a whole the student are the parents of 'a baby' boy, rungs Radio Service, Jasper 192U21 I Live Oak. Tel 362.2568

and as Helen Hunt she too was with II Ellen Scaff.,Nora Nichols,Linda body;;halt' thane real well., Steve Anderson, born February 11. tfo
the Times Union as social editor Joyce Harrell Barbara McCuUey i Everyone is working\ .more con =- ; W. C. and Eloise McLeod
parents FOR SALE 1 Acre for .
for a numbe rot years.. She"was Nell Newsome Linda Butler Angela Time is marching along I i, .. tjl of a daughter Sandra Larraino logs, out of-Sears Purebred Roebuck Duroce cleared and sale fenced.near Jasper. AQ
and it will piauin. '
not be Only 1000.
one of the finest women to be admitted Dean and.Rhonda Beaty Manager long until the. McLeod, bom Feb. 14. Good .
breeding' stock. Call W. L. Bryan
to the Florida Bar and wasa Cheryl Deas. end of this schol year -.-.cam.- ... 'tr 79'J.a1t. .. I Is. Ehlert 793-2985, or Rob-
A tto ,
r ? .79SM491 Reg. Broker Ito
practicing attorney having appeared .. ... .,
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in court no less than two. SENIOR CLASS NEWS r r \, .k sit; \ ;fin. &" I t .. \1' "i 'v J ,
weeks prior to her death. She helped I. Linda SmIth was absent from If 'j1 : : 'It
i-i'l ? COM"PLE'CE
found the Jacksonville Chapter school.last week. She wassick, with v I ; SERVICE ..
of Panhellen1'about 50 )years era flu. "; Mrs!

and now Virgie Cone Is a member "

.,o fthe Jacksonville Panhellenlc and ,t. .
this Is the croup; with which Virgie Market Hogs II and.the, reason '

win work towards.' Helen'' Hunt class wasmarket Hogs I r" '"< .', Business : And Personal
West Scholarship fu d.. Mrs.* West ,We left Jasper,about,3:30: ".m. : Printing" :
'was 'a'ChlOmega and Virgie Hyman '" and arrived at ,Tampa about 8:30 j{) .

a;Sigma'KappaMost; oftheNational .am. We;began, judging, livestock: ....,- .
soroities are.represented and at 12:15, we'ate lunch; At 1:00 ..' *' III! : "

In.thMrs e+Jacksonville ,Panhellenlc. p.m., we boarded two Tampa coach :L NO JOB TOO BIG : : : :. : NO, JOB TOO SMALL :
Cone Is also Dean of Girls atRobert' es and went to the Congress Inn k .JJ
Lee High School works in Motel to give,",our reasons..,About I r ; : ', .
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Red Cross,-'member of a hospital 3:30: we got through and from there :. : d, ''S. xp. ,"." "a ': YIt
auxiliary and what have you. Really we stayed at the motel until Saturday c'. :"I BUSINESS CARDS ,. ,. ,
over loaded but 'a chip' off the. "morning. *}<*" PS ,n ". ",') 1 .. r WINDOW. CARDS .?
old block. > 'f'd. Friday night '_w e went to .. a' '
beck, : 1
.. the Falr, and stayed juntit -00 i (', } < :. : POST CARDS' RULE ,. "'.
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motel and went to Fair for 4 HCub'Day. --" HANDBILLS ; .I .
TAMPA At the pragma at the \ '
grand stands several awards were .> lh r .i n INVOICES t ,t1,. TICKETS $j" i/ 1., BOOKLETS- ..1i 1iI. r, (
The |-H boys from Hamilton given out. Among these was a certificate : '/,' ." ,
County went this to the of Achievement t 1 BROCHURES .. '- M'PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS {r .
Tampa to
year : given 1' r !
State Fair. They were'Doil Wether- Dennis Smith.k Jcajf < : 'rf, a (f w. '. ."

ington,.Dennis SmIth.from Jasper We 'stayed until 1:30: ,p.m., and '--j- .." e; .1. .. 1ftj \! .
and Frankie Johnson. Jktk DeVane came home; We arrived in Jasper ; .. ,' + ..', ''Ifi-: ..
both from Jennings. aboiut 6:30: p.m. I enjoyed Jt as -
We,Judged eight classes of lives- much as the other boy did.'' i.llever'"I.t' : "
stock.! They were, in the: beef De Hamilton County,placed 24th ''In Priitiig Kftds Call 1$ First

,partment; Angus Heifers, Herford the events' with 109() points. This Isaa .

Bulls Brahamn' Heifers, and the Increase over.last year. Also we ra ''" '
classes '.with reasons 'were AngwHeifers' would like to thank the people who : : ,."r I,

'U. and Heifers. In the made this trip; possible.s / j "
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swine department was Duroc Reporter Dennis ::Smith HOME$ AND OFFICE : REASONABLE PRICES 1" ,"

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Staple 'Machines. & Staple 1 FOR .r,' 1 ,

FARM FOR SALE ; Adding Machine Paper<<: Roll, ..a 1".t. = TCH! QUALITY JOBS ; I ra

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