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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1964
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PRICE',I0c: PER COPY -$3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY. JASPER' .;FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH, 20., 1964 VOLUME 9-J. NUMBER I 11 I

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Monthly Meeting Hamilton County I Deadline Nears For Red Cross ,RED CROSS MARCHRed COMMISSIONERS ATTEND ROAD MEETING


. Hamilton' 'CountyCommissioners Day March 26Tiie I Feed-Grain Signup Report{ State knocking Cross on doors volunteers In Hamiltor wul be' .. -1 f

I County Friday night t. March 20.
Seventh annual IlamtliooQtnty Friday March 27 is the last day Activity,' Please accept Ihem'itI'acloully.Tuberculosis .
: Day featuring, Jennings for filing application to take part
r Jasper, FloridaMarch high school seniors,, will be held I I in the 1964 feed! grain program As Red Cross volunteers Florid
Z. 1964 Thursday March 26, at 19 a nu in Wallace [)eal. Chairman.. Agricultural lana In 1963 have again distingushed On
The Board of t County' Commissioners the Stephen Foster -Memorial! Stabilization and Conservation \ themselves in numerous ways by ,
to"and for Hamilton County. Tower.'AodItori\JD. :, I and Qmsen.ationY: : Con{' their serviasr to mankind. Governor The'Increase
Florida met today In regular sesIon. This class: ;;, as the sixth grade! mitt... said today. He urge.Ygrvw. Farris BryY* was advised In a M
:anitthe fallowing members under the leadership of Firs Walter' ser who are'Iterested in the program report subrnfited by James R. Hickey In FloridaNew'actit'e''eee

were present: Guy McGhln.aJack Havener .began.the.:series;'m 1938 :to"eaU.at.ASCS" County ;jrekma). manager of the Southeastern + of tuberculosis
Vbuon;.Aanitt Hogan LawtonMcCuitey \ after:'collecting .available"tdattx't-' Office as soon as possible* ATM American National
and',Crover. WbeeleTiTiThefoJGtowloc are on the' Increase. in Florida for
ti ; cal Information about Hamilton '"'TImehaa .-..y bf sftppimr upon Red Cross,JKarvin Rodgers Chairman
business was transacted!ti the fifth consecutive accord-
i The minutes ot Feb. 14 1964 .were. County; and its people They talked us even though we ttsmk we have of the Hamilton County Chapter .- Ins to Dr. Dwight year J. Wharton.
i read bythe Deputy Cleric'and approved with older citizens read old letters plenty." the Chairman! pointed out.. announced, director of the Division Tuber
by the Board as read. and newspapers and personally In "Actually, there are only$working Mr. Ilicktsl' (listed among the out u cuJosls Control Florida State hoard
p CoL Julian:Wood OvU ,Defense apected significant point throughout days left in which to sign up ,for standing;, achievements of Floridians of Health.Dr. + '
Director appeared before the Board the ,county one of Florida's this year's procram The office is the tact.that FloridIans in two .
Wharton
reported preliminary
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and advised the Jasper Poet Qffle* oldest.; open front 8.00.to.5:00 from ,'Mon.t areas during 1963 gave 4,964 pints total of 1.568 new active
hat been Mocked_with! Fallout! sup In subsequent .,years, this crossbarn I day through,Friday. We don't want of blood through the Red Cross
v tuberculosis cases in 1963 as compared +
plies. down .its information to, anybody to be disappointed. because blood prognrn located near the : it #+ Qt f fThe'itarnton
to 1,439 cases In.l -a n 1t ,
City Cotmcllmen Gen Lang and others for annual presentation at be waited too long I I blood center' 'at Daytona Beach and Increase of 129 cases. New ActIve /. .
James Dunaway Mayor SmeslCourtoy the Stephen Foster Memorial However As last year. Mr.' Doss explain, blood mottles'Which operated.Into case for the previous three,years ; ':\!!
: and City Manager Robert this year what was once) the the feed grain JII"CEI'I.IItoYers corn north FlorWa' from.the, center at '
Fish met with the Board and requested sixth grade will again appear this grain sorghum and barely. Mini Mobile.\ yi!,, were 1.359 cases in 1961 1259 cases. County Commissioner:, Count.Attorney State Senator
In I960, and 1,271 In 193d.!!
certain projects 'be included time as ,graduating seniors with mum diversion unde'rthe 1364 pro I ,He said the Red Cross had given cues State Representative, and other representatives from Hamilton
In the Board's 1964-65 Road Mrs Havener in charge and Far- gram .is 20 percent of the individual the State Heafth Department 9,928 "A large increase the number County attended the Annual Budget Hearsing of the Slate Road Department .
Budget and advised some members rell Bumhara as master of cere I farm's total feed grain base. For cc's of gangna globulin, a valuable of new! active' eased Is being foundIn held In Lake City on March 4th.

of tbe, delegation would accompanythe monies. diverting more than the minimum blood derivative ;laud extensively the'ace' group from'birth to age. The County Commlasloncrs ,presented to' th. Road Board a list of
Board to Lake City for the Budget The program, which should be ol I acreage from feed grain production In the contQi of measles IS: not only Florida\ but throughout streets and roads which they hope can be completed. ''This list Includes
the nation, 'Drv Wharton said r
The hearing Cleric W"1natrocted on March 4, 1964.to etheruse j interest to persona throughout: i into a conserving use the diversion In the J1IP1.! which was person He attributed his Increase I the east side of the atret running along th- Atlantic Const Upe.Railroad
North Florida, follows: payment will be figured at a higher albtpreserd to Governor Bryantby among past the Methodist Church to Cemetery Street lend then'out to X).S.
bids on the following retum children to more thorough detection '
For Welcome-elmer Smith rate. If the diversion Is 40 percent Mr,. Wilbur Jones Tallahassee ease 41, and the atreet from the Georgia Southern Railroad west to U, S. 41,
able March 16, 1964 at 10:00: a.m. : activities and better reporting '
One 12 ft Muldboard Caterpillar Devotion Sandra Roswell or more the ll1DIer'rate appliesto insurance' ageoy president Chair- of newly-found eases.! on which bldi wlU be let within the next 30)' days Mr Power alto

part:number" :5f$073 far"Cater- Pledge of:Allegiance-Class the who diversion. man of the,Tallahassee Red CrossChapter 'I Florida figures reveal that the promised a IUI'wW be started within the ncxxt two to three weeks
piper no. 12 grader Same to Location of Hamflton County Besides the diversion payments and longtime vul nteer. Mr on the road from the Oak Grove Church west to Mr. Hill's property awl
total of 1,271 new active cases reported
be delivered to,Hamilton County Glenda Wheeler part of which may be paid in advance -I I Hickey told of the thousands in the i in 1969! included 50 children construction will be started within the nexxt two to three months:

Road Camp: Earliest History of Hamilton County if the farmer requests it) a I state who tarounh study and pnetlce under the age of IS while In 1962: the Listed below .la an estimate of Secondary Funds available for Ha.mllton .

The following! names'were' order -Sybil Johnson participating grower also earns of techniques had prepared the total of loW cases included 138 County's 1964-65! Program of Works
ed removed j from the County Indigent Listen to the 'Mocking Bird" price-support payments on the normal I themselves to: teach sa*> practice In that bracket. Estimated 1963-64 Funds uncommitted as of December 31, 196.1

lilt Instanter-1' Mrs. Ruby Claq .t'C production of the acreage planted [to save Uvfs, or to mitigate the .This children. same age Increase V carried over by Road Dept) ...................... ,..., $414/ .088
Radford and Allen) McCain.- L',James, S, Bell ._ Louise Hill.. to one or more of the three feed suffering of/he injured and the 1H. I. represents of almost a percentage double among Additional Net Construction l\mdi available from 1964-65!) \ budget 338,300
The following name were placedon house, trains in 1964, and he Is also eligible I In 1963 ... laid In concerted ef- 'children '
discovered to have active
the County Indigent list effective: Belleville J.s5'-Mlram HoweD. to put his crops under the regular forts to keftptthe beaches .pools tuberculosis In these :] Total available fur construction work program for the period

for the month of February and con Dixie": '- Oats price-support loans or purchase lakes and Driver* of the state as two years. January, 1964 thru June. 30 1905 ................ 1603,288
timed thereon until further order of Events qt .More Tan a. Hundred. \ agreements. safe as possible, 2,573 volunteers Dr. Wharton cited figures released The listed of projects presented by the Board to the Road Department
2 by the U. S. Public Health
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the 'Board BurrUt'Burnett/-: In 'YeanTAgdiDonTyrtWMncracking ""The Chairman reports that far were qualified as Red Cross water I for the use of Secondary) Road.Funds ar found In the County
the amount of' $1500,J an4 rCarline -nCurtU Wetperjng, mer interest In Hamilton County, is 'I safety Instructors and a total of Service showing that there' were Commissioners minutes In this issue
Mitchell IA the'amount at $10.00. tag : slightly higher than last year. 'Indlcations ,65,759 .men.} women and children 54,652 new active cases of tuberculosis In' Addition to' this, the following projects were' promised, to be
United States In :
in the 1962
t The following bills were orderedFINE [ndian.War are_UiatJ9$4 participation'upon completion of courses in swim completed; < by the State Road Department from Primary Funds'whlch
-- Harry Pennlngton I an Increase of 926 more than the '
paid "Down will run ahead of participationunder ming lice amine and small craft. has no effect on the above Secondary Budget I
Yonder"-Glenda Wheeler I 1961 total lIe concurred In stat
A FORFEITURE FURDJotu First Settlers of Hamilton the 1963 feed:grain.program safety:, tftd'cert"lcate.. ., foi D: General a Luther The work of putting curb, cutters; and sldewa'lk: along U.S. 41
H. McCormick: Sal. Juv CountyiUnda meet by !Surgeon from Sears Garage the .
Smith respective ridOs. > to Elementary School was promised to be completed
70.00 \ that Nesrly 55000 new
.Tetry
Judge D. nCeClass During the same period .the report : within the next six months. The Board has also asked that signal
Holloman Sal Juvenile Tottc : of communicable disease
Joseph a as
cases
Counselor 49.27' Incident In, George Jennings. Life Maundy Thursday set out, 148.183 Floridians re' serious as tuberculosis reported )In lights be Installed at Q,S.AF. Crossing on State Road No. 6,

John H. McCormick Sal of Clerks I Z-0iatlea,, Wynn *' /'J celved first: fid certificates perhaps ; a single! year .are a'.forceful re- Mr. Powers stated he was very sorry the State Road Department
and other expenses......,357.50 "Old Folks at Home" -:. Class .. Setyke rt ro (J11 %or" them //taught;the< minder of 'fthe1 continuing Importance was lagging In tbe. Hamilton County Road work but stated If we knew
Plneview General Hospital profes Educations Curtis 'WetherlngtonPoint ZL-* ,*r. U** .t iit* v *VaT-.fL w knowledge MM alis'bythq' ;&1 $< ',of tuberculosis control. any survey engineers that were available, they would.Mr. them to doth
...,...... ,, _....JiIQ.QQt a+6att8..'letik&4J. aaa.y ;. eriad a voluateersJObA/were _certified alI workv ?
,.... Game A Fresh Water Fish Com. of Interest I.. Barbara' :t. + I OWfTO,3ud Instructors .,; -I Dr. Wharton,urged"Florida cltsn"t "Tja!> W"Uendla.tli*"meeting troid"Dta) mAt! ft'T Uijnt. <\\' if Lbu; 'At/:=y: '" <
Hen! the annual Chris .
.... .. 5640 Wirfstlan i T; support; .
Arrest Fees .* der'IQI' vice sit the JasperAdvent I .Though Florida was i'aPiec1.thravq.of CammJsslonr Gur.MeSMa, Jack Vinton Cachet, Vt e' L.wvtsssMcOdley ,
Hill Mfg. Co. 8upp Jail ....11150 "School Days" Class I"H'*. .... Church during July {Fable WU any nisjjbr.tiisasten JIU63. I mat Seal Cunpagri of thq TB assoelatton.which'providesfunds for County Attorneys Arvil Drury Senator Htxtefl7to6rta."' Rtpo'I' :
,Fla Power Corp. Utilities Jail 47.93 be a service of The resentative finest Wad Robert Flak
,.Red Cross chapters were or I J W.lIoAlpln., Cburtoy, *.Norrisr ,
Early Prominent
Men of
Jennings activities aimed it the .
Wade B. Norris, D. M. D. and a sermon. Rev. Norman )E. Job ,,when floods, tornadoes, etc, year-round snd Pete Da* I .
Professional Services .... 1600 Jasper and White Springs-Patsy Booth First Methodist Church, will struck In their respective communi- eradication of tuberculosis and the This report wu submitted. by County Cotnrn1.-IloMr"Jack Vlnson.JKfliS .
control of other respiratory dlseases '- ...
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Laundry A Dry Cleaners the -
Jasper I Farewell bring message. ties. Disaster plans were put Into : ";
Laundry. Jan 1122 Sharon Howell The Churches of Hamilton County .
action and potential disaster
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Western Auto Assoc. Store Supplies "Auld Lang Syne" Class are invited for this Service. Last
Urns sheltered and fed
were as con
Jail 6.95 Cochairmen of.Hamilton-:County year'member* of the Advent Christian Revival In P!'
dltlons 'warranted:and 'IJltance I Progress
.. 12.60
,City of Jasper Utilities Jail Day are Barbaratenderson': .
Church, Bright Pond Baptist
,
Home Gas Co. Fuel Jail ...100.80 Miriam HoweDV Clench Wheeler is wu'provided those who bad been
Couch First Baptist. First Methodist victims of the disaster and At First
Co. Pest Control 8.00 I ,were BaptistRevival : I
Orldn Ext. pianist : .
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost A Other members of the class are and Jasper Presbyterian in need of the assistance, \ lLk1 ;
Church participated In, this ter- '' Vuraes
Feeding Prisoners 143300 Joel Selph Jon Deas Ella Ruth During 1963.684 Florida services are now In progress
W. A. Drury Conv, Fee & Comm.on Dear,. Margie Lee David Plair vice, ., qualified as Red Cross Instructorsto at the First Baptist Church,
Bond Eat. .............1T320 Blanche Herndon Virgil Law teach Home Care of the Sick,,and Jasper with Dr, J. Harvey Sounder
Kayo's Drug Store Drugs Jail Robert Henderson Gerald Beaty Hamilton SoilConservation Mother and Baby Care courses, Pastor of the First Baptist
Prisoners 708 J which courses graduated 10,801 Ilartow Florida as guest
Church ,
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Lavon Burnham .
Wayne'Trler and
.....,
Mike's Red A White Supplies IY.-
Jail .6.07 Robert Keeling s ''ro)] persons In that period. speaker and Mr. A W Wlllaford 1!1.l ,
,Families .of,Florida servicemen of Valdosta Georgia leading the e -
8.73 The senior class Is Mrs.
S. Feb sponsor ,
Social Security Acct. S. I
'Co. Off. A Employees Retirement Hilda Alderman. Fifty Jhree farms practices In the were Hamilton car. called on their chapters for aiiUance slndng The attendance at all'services ." ; OF TUB BCAIM"Anonymous I wild flower*-yellow and purple
ried out on has been .
good
Fund. 963 --- '-- when a change In military and white, out at Evergreen
Thelma Lewis Reed Filing Index Eva Akins Sal. Sect to Circuit Sod Conservation District during I regulations concerning the dlsrlbution Sermon'In Art will be presentedon If sought we seek Thee now weeds; Could they be lovelier if ,
Conv. Fees 10.40 Judge ...................... 2679 1963. Thirty ponds were due and of family allotments Friday and Sunday evenings, Thine ever eyes we burn through the dark.OW' they had been cultivated So r
Charlie Rhoden Juvenile Court ,N. H Williams Sal. Yard up- ten others were enlarged.: Eight I brought about temporary financialand Rev.:Sayer Canova Invites everyone only stare.WI rtl4 up a ff'Wand decide to leave
Cost 3.20 : Keep 41.57 drainage ditches were dug and five related problems. This type of to attend the revival services thru their short span of
LIBRARY FUND Addle Mae Smith Sal Clerk T. C. dikes,built. With the exception of i assistance. was increased by 24 percent which will close with the Sunday. must have sight of( thorn.prlckilon mothers '

Blanche Deas, Sal Feb .... 13975 : Office ...,. 73.97 the big drainage projects on cor. in chapters r throughout the morning service Thy brow;
Kenneth Wood Sal. Feb .... 1300 Kenneth Daniels Sal AExpente On jorate owned woodlands, all of this Ve must have Thee 0 Jesus of the They wSU'come again but where I
Southeast the --
Co Off &:Employees Retirement Service Officer .... .15097 work done by Mr. Conrad was referred during year. Scan. I do they go with all the digging and
Fund Retirement Feb. .... 645 Betty R. Mikell Sal Cler. T, A. to the Soil Conservation Service In other' portions of the report Mr I Laymen's RevivalThe The other gods' were strong, but raking, before another Spring?"
Social Security Acct. S. S. Office 12006 by the ASCS County Commit. hickey cited the contributions made Thou was weak; j t .
Feb ... 5.85 William Kyser Sal. Co. Vet ..4826T tee. by youth participation in the programs Annual Laymen's Revivalof They, rode, but Thou dlilst stumbleto J Exlitentlallam Rev Mr Hart-

No. Fla Telephone Co phone Charlie Goolsby Sal Jan. .180.60 Because 1963 was a relatively dry and In other Red Cross act- the First Methodist Church, of a throne; field so loved In lax by Methodist
Julian Wood Sal C. D. Dir. 112.77 vitlet
Service 8.50 To wounds God's wound alone
Walter II Davis Sal. Main 23.09 growing season ten Irrigation pHs Jasper, will begin Sunday Night our [ and others was on the Ministers
Utilities .... 6.98Holloway'
Fla. Power Corp Expense County CommissionersGrover due in previous years were enlarged with the pastor bringing a message can speak; 'Forum Saturday March 14, and
41.70
Fuel Service Bookmobile Wheeler .. 6.23 These irrigation pits are !of challenge to the 'ILahy of the And/ not a god has wound, but used the word Existentialism with
Gulf
Jlarrel Expense 118.82 Jack Vinson .. .. 625 always dug in spring heads in Church of God SingThe Church. Each night there will be Thou alone." the accent on the "sren" 'or third

HAMILTON GENERAL FUND Lawton McCulley ... 625 cypress and gum ponds or near a different speakers The schedule e. I syllable. Even then It's a word difficult y
IndigentMrs. Guy McGhin 6.25 branch. Estimating how much "Southern Airs Trio" of of speakers Is at follows: Monday The Hendrlcka Messenger (Rev to pronounce.

County. Mae Long 13.00 Aaron Hogan ... 625 water can be expected from an Jacksonville will present a program Dr. Frederick T. Mlrkler Jr. Tues Rot. M. Jenkins) has this to say In t S. *
Louise Cribbs ..10.00 Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins ....3.00 Irrigation pond Is an "educated of gospel music at the Church day Judge John II McCormick part In last week's bulletin; I j Clean cultivation or mulch-*ome
Eva Lee '1S.00Ida Blue Cross Blue Shield Ins 71.30 tuess" based on experience gained of God Sunday afternoon from 2:00: Wednesday Mr William Penning- "E.Iter Is just around the corner,do and some don't. H,your mulch f a

Mae Smith 1000 Co.Social Off.) Security Acctl! 76.80 from having dug over two hundred to 4:00: p.mi ,Everyone Is Invited to ton Jr There will be different Song /. < It seems,,tq'sweep in. ,upon us I Jock as trashy M mine maybe you t' ,
Rctlrem ,
Mrs. Frank Miller 1200 .A Employees 142.99 of them during: the last 14. years come and' enjoy' this Pl'OITam'.of. Leaden and muslelsni. Those participating magnificently u I always feel a j would decide. to rake and bum:
Mrs James Royals .. 10.00 Town of Results with dikes has* been singing are )lr: Louis BerryWellborn sense of uncertainty mixed with ex*I .

Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.00 clinic .Jennings..........Rent. ....Health. ....20.00 varied. Some keep water off very ( ), Mrs Jim ,Coe (Js a.. (eclancy-Jut prior to Eater i L Mr. and Mrs. Luther' Rhoden and }
Bessie Holloway ., 1200 Bud Bufllard Rent Health I well ,while others are only partly per Presbyterian) Miss Peggy Me I am always asking myself "Art son Daryl) of Green Cove, came up
Jimmie Gandy 10.00 Clinic ,.,. 20.00 successful. The ''dikes themselves Demo Committee Call (Jasper Presbyterian) Mrs. you I ready T" Not physically, but Sunday for church and via It. with 4
Annie Mae Whitaker 10.00 State Treasurer Cnntri. Feb 1013.91 hold I Water very .well.. Thy, have Clyde Payne, Mrs. Charlie Rhoden spiritually;"Will I be able to comnehend the families
Mrs. Margaret Bacon..10.00 1300 State Road Dept Maps ,..1500 been well built and do:not feak To' Meet Saturday and Mry! Walter, Wilkinson. There the Carter story?" LentIs 0 s
Annie Mae Frier 1000 J. Addle Smith Bailiff Ct Dikes built to date have been to will be a church fellowship supper a time of soul-searching self t Mrs E. S, Clifton la visiting her J

Mary Cora Cox Cartwright... 10.00 Court ..- >. 1800 keep Alapha River back waters off I :the u.lutcld County Democratic on' Wednesday night. before the Ser .xs ml nation." I daughter Cosine and family In Ml"'

Joe Jackson 10.00 T. J. Bryan Bailiff Ct Court ..800 crop land.:Pressure from river high Executive Committee will meet on vice: We Imow what happened at Easter *j js ml. at present. She left the )middle

Rance A .Andrews Sal. A Exp Russell Court ;Rhoden Bailiff. Ct. 1600 flood stage sometimes causes waterto Saturday.March 21// at 300; o'clock' but we are not sure what Is going ''of February for .Satellite adlwhm'e
County/! Agent 30460W. Fla. Power.n.t. rise through the ground above at the Courthouse: The committee: Dr.. Saunders to happen In our lives this year she spent a while with her '.
A. Drury Sal. Co. Atty ...' :5778 A Assistant CorpUtilities Ct H* .on the upper side) of the dike.. Invites all candidates and Interested We can look at the signs; we can son Harvey and family fih*writes
Salary County Commissioner LanIer: System 0>. ;Agent Thermofax Off- 9.69. At AB..-Tyret's for. example, a parties to meet Mth them.' Atviwanis read Ills promise and we can hope that Dr. Blackmon is their family

Aaron Hogan .............11750 Paper .. .. Corp..v.;- 28.Q3 little sink two or three feet In diameter Speaks and pray that we will make ourselves ph'IlCWI'IM that'h. bar a'food
Grover' Wheeler 103.97 Julian Wood Refund'Civil Defense fell In' bove a dike. Something LuncheonDr abauable this Easter for the practice and la wen liked In the i

Jack VTnon ........... 11347 Expense ............. 600 like this can probably be remedied Good Friday [\ entrance, Into, our hearts, of tills community (All of which we would
Lawton McCuHey 10X97 Hamilton County Bank Jan. by packing with clay. There Saunders of Valdoata spoke compelling mesiagev know about Dr. Blackmon).

Guy McGbin .............11377' Exchange ...... 1472 Is no assurance however that It will ServiceA to a good crowd at the Khranls "Who looks on beauty with glad *, \'/
Isaac Chandler. Jr. Expenses 75.00'Thelma Xerox Corp Photo Supplies 195.80 not happen again elawhere. luncheon Tuesday noon. Other eyes and finds In It surcease: of Mrs Foster Shepher owas the
Lewis Sal. Clerk ..453.20; Amsterdam Pen Corp Office AH these possibilities were considered noon-time Good Friday Service guests were Rev. Sayer Canova and care. Who marks each small and special guest on her birthday. Mar.

Ann C. Malpas) .Sal. Sup. 19300.:) Supplies .......*.. 3640: These dikes and those built will be held at the First Baptist C. D. Barker of Jasper and the president lovely! thing-"U pral.lnjf God allunaware. 16 at a dinner party at the home of
Registration rvima Lewis Refund Disch In the future. will be designed to church Jasper, for Hamilton Coun and four members from the ."" .caroJyn..Davll. Mr.and.J4ra.lleary.Vkkers.dose,
Margaret Register.Sal Sect. to 33.33 Fees ........, 8.00 hold back water only from b4load/ ,ty. Mediation on the Seven Last t Uve Oak Cub. '* ,. friends and relatives were Invited/
County Agent James O. Taylor Coroner'sFees Ing. They will be of low cost An Words of Christ wBl be Riven by At next Tuesdays meeting Mr Mrs.. Aim,* King fell and broke"her
"Wylma B. White Sat A Exp Home ...'.. ............ 20.50Cettys .leg while on a visit to her als Myrtle AnltJlui.Ltwii of Atlanta
Dem. Agent 25677 F .Braswell example of this Is one built for Roy ministers In the County.: The noon lank Rattama and Mist Jerl Star
Coroner's
Ethel G. Dedge Sat Sect to Home Fees . ... .. 20.50 Blair. It .Is two hundred feet long, hour .Is the traditional time for this members of Florida Blue Key wDI ers In Andalusia Alabama In December had a pend-uV4ay party for
Dem. Agent...83.14 W. R. Dull Coroner's Fees' ..2050 about two and a half feet high andcost service, but H will not be a three- peak concemlns !general Information She baa) returned home Thelma Lewis who Is staying awhile
O O Edwards SaL Ant State Riley Waters Coroners:: Fees 20.50 something like forty-flve dollars hour service as it is In some places about the University of Florida now and hopes soon to be out In Atlanta for some special

Attorney ....... ..93Win. Pi 1 Daniels Coroners Fees ..20.50 .' ',i *. *J We invite the county to come and and there will be a question and answer among' her friends. treatment at Emory IfoI W.
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Randall Slaughter Sal State I Ca. Paul IL Weber stay' as ,lona: an Individual .Is period, time permitting. All ., '
Attorney .................. 11.56 Continued oa Pigs 2)) Conservationist' able. members are urged' to attend Who am I to can those dainty (Continued en rl'I) J 4d"

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(Continued Ftom'rare, ,1} ''t 11ptt: :; 7,.Start.af ruter.Hughes 7' nd/continue to attend a budget hearing scheduled 'Saly3L Sapp Sal Deputy I GEO.\l-WUa'8OB .liflELEa1'BD ( t,cquncilv: Ihere' werV"nine" ..1 andidrlhoff. 'l

7 A.rr.B"oH Tfatth to Ga. State Line. ,,at WJDO: 4Jn...,NInkebCltQt i ti'bthel.Sc'ringeIFforida} 'ta t Hs TO HAaGATI:" !opta'tol at
Beard'Ip,' ont vlnbee s'''liI ; 87 Start tact block north of U. S. 41oh : at ''be \\ce.oE). e. tats 8ioed. ?e.Paitastai I'citizen,whO be deprived of revenue CITY'f3681N4Rt, BkulA. ,:sVtjUi! l I ICeorga \ f;. SI sritn i egos
R1( A.a ) tDda1M1'aei8" + street runlng1 In front of ; h t I'ePt'd\C) pie,,above and Income normally received from GIotRIV Lal ldt.lirsittne !t 11J ;;zt'1ntiWt .
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e..c.., ,rttealhierylttterre' rHeftt b'-'A. F. Hancock taldence'tdlvhett projdct set tpjn.tall< .resolution.ing vWiprs attracted: to said Memojiatersute \ of rrfrdtsto
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.KefmeUt""' ""' Tteh'14cⅈ ( : .Vfasonit., tasi'Mrflidiey I\\.'1'.' roid'; unw'Vfght: t'on the:nortti'sWe There.. r. 'M'further: business un\\ e,1'J1.J :'; Margate Robepqn FArida.tour Jjsper yean Ito b-In 99 yearB-ol the age.ttitfoungest
ago man race.
WheeletuandJ ($tygMaGhln.[ : Cof- Mil) in$ b tore $+1e1 id'MJwt': ad., ,tyrodei ipnf! eana hose the; .fvl
F.1KotxM9t!TIlted Field : tI'j,' d1 !. m'. J.J...,. where he js.ejttpluyed: 't'IW'Ross I MargatLls: srear'lEb'latMllydale.It's .
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wu ttiade-bstAtptVhadQ! diN'! d" cotter And leave If
shde! journ I hg publtd to :
John H. McCormitlC: >wrt7 J4. Qi "'lIulf; '61l Pd ,tl' ,f" n,1 Henderson'Funeral Home, a&Jfthis* population is about 6.00 accordInff -
b.r .B d..t-arJ1\
lT ATTEST- Number 10 at 1m .
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Way: **.&,***".&. .+. : IbfllaaRil i'tttynti' : 1'4tet'lX'dtr! : > "J Highway Y'he'entered the racerfor"crtyilUOCSB ",'': -.r.; T
the nra': I toGeor e'Roberto:
General Of Ike Supply Co. : .;, f o+! ,lie J\JtJ\ 4 ectlon- tote paved portion of the Thelma'' ferule: '_1At9t': l1 intersection 'with State Highway 1

:Election Supplies............ pted by the Boardtgwrl! Maxwell Brothers' Mill Road By Alice Jones DC j Number 136,' and;' :,
The H A W Brew Co. Office STATE OF,FLOBJR o 9. From. SR 146 to SR 143 from 143 Guy McGtun, Chairman I I WHEREAS the said Board further -l icssFiin ADS I

} Supplies ....<............... RESOUTTJOI''''O ,U&NT in a Northwest. direction to Belle- Jasper, Florida finds that the Dotherow Office Supply OfficeSuppliet March IS, 1964 Hamilton County. Florida, and of
... E'l :Nrnr fcXg TAX. vflle.BE The Board of County Commissionen surrounding communities will be deprived FOR RENT BOOMS
.... .. .. .. .. IT FURTHER RESOLVEDThat : or by; 1 Acre for sale, near Jasper. An
Bowen Supply Cb. Office Sup I ,SEC0IVD AND ARY 3 the methods'en3'' standards In and for Hamilton County of the use of many miles of abel week, or month. Alapaha cleared and fenced. Only 1000.
Western Auto Assoc Office .. 1WA Florida met today in call session Interstate Number 10 unless the M
Road Department tit
the State
Supplies c.................... I 'FUNDS Hamilton employed by for determination of and the following members were means for leaving and entering said See W.' L. Bryan 792-4351. or Robert
County present Guy McGhln. )iGroter: Interstate at its intersection with USED; ELECTRIC RANGES FOR Ehlert. 792-4191 Reg. Broker tie
Utilities Ct
, dry! Jasper Us. '. features, including
major improvement
+QO&44 .
under Section
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'r. ,Col Office.. Wheeler and Aaron Hogan State Highway; Number 136 are Sale Good condition $40 and
County Agent .',knc.wIof. Sec the specific alignment the For BeatFurnished
TheJ.O. Arch Go. a. u. ![', Assistant, *'Anrclti949! types and widths of pavement A the The purpose of the call meetingwas provided by the Federal Highway' ISO. Mannings Radio Repair, Jas

Supplies .......... .. ... Road 339.OS"Florida: .Statutes, Department's standard specifications to accept bids on one 12ft Moldboard Authority. RESOLVED I per. phone. 72-4421. tfoAA ,.. ..House....._,.Call.:...792695LJpholslertag ..,..
Sandlln Auto Parts Fuel Ct win for construction are"concurred Caterpillar part. c THEREFORE BE IT -
re- .
house.YYi,1... t Road department I. In and approved by this Board. It la I Notice for bids on the above bay. [ by the. Board of County Com.f5tlMilt.U VTC-8A VE-8A VE t Needs Mattresses re .

.! 4 ,, .itsgdl7ted fry!tierN fiwst18s1tsetrmtcdwVl t ii ., [', 8fI1I1tcn{ ""OJuntyj 54 sal.t-1ses' ... laad'wresetuitAet'e: ; ffiK. .tartautomobiles : ::''-:': ,.-''r-..-'' .'.
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............... ,1 Cent 11M.: Jq;. to be consider the projects In the Board siris Cluilresl"tlteq.A.... Florida .that the t' deral'ltlld1\vaY\ 174.95; 10 ou-ft. Refrigerators H89.95 > '-1PlaIJa1.C'(;..
Valdosta Armature Works .1 order listed above insofar aa practicable to receive bids: Authority is hereby formally-- wt 351 lb. Upright Freeezers and make seat .covers.. ,
k; Bolter ;........ prescri lf0"s The only bid filed with the Boardwas suitable means Tome to .. '
Courthouse _
see
said Depa eJJt..JJt..Wfi It( but not to the extent of retarding nested to provide ,(H99.95;. 473 lb. Upright Freezers us.
.Roundtree A Son Funeral,, ...as'( uetriiJ l l union the''whole ; that Ring Power Corp., and upon for the public to enter and leave"i (239.96;. S47-lb. Upright Freezers ALL FLORIDA MATTRESS> ..,94UFHOLTERDCO'
Autopsy Expense ;.:.,...., program motion by Mr. Logan .see Med by Highway Number ,,10( at .
r of Interstate OOMTANY
> "d tthe\ described 12ft. Automatic' Defrost ; '
Cc '
the termini projects as Wheeler carried geld bid : ti
Rhoden Mr. .and
Charlie Sheriffs Highway
i (1$299.95
State
Cost ':......:.....,.....;..:.., approved byWTDepart-of the (oJ.. .In the resolution and shown was awarded to Ring Power Corp. Number intersection 136.( with and ,{ with 91-lb. Freezes 200 Pine Street Live Oak Fla
Phone
, Dan Braswtdl T. C. Comm ,, one or more on the accompanying map. rather The following Resolution pras also VED I(34995 w.t. 5-year warranty.; at FO2-3143 tfo,
Construction re- RESOf
i B. White Refund Exp.' purposes' than any estimate of funds therefor adopted by the Boards I mist BE IT FURTHER Manning's Radio Service coq .7934421 -

r wyhoa Supplies *..,...,.....h,.. | State;rorfH'lHfl HlfcjHK# bmgM.?>;\e. W ;the re-' shall) control funds the that Department's this resolution allocation RESOLUTIONWHEREAS hr Department the Board. of that Florida'the State U hereby Road ;'Jasper. tfe Georgia Plate Glass Co. .

Dept Pub.Safety, radio service I 'purchaseof bridges icon- of in; effect throughoutyear the Board of County I I formally requested to present this r .Store F Fats '
February :................. 'State I'OHI'he'*: CJulsltkm shall the remain recommendations of this Commissioners of Hamilton County resolution to the appropriate person1or I VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY, I 4f Mirrors kfealhwed '
Western Union Ser. Sh. Off.,is I of way for State toads and. the year; and that after the current f I Florida, has been informed of,the nerw of the Federal Highway, faro Uve Oak Florida for an your I t .Tab Enclnwir: Shower .
+ Wise's Drug Store Supp of road'atuTbrUIga in the recommendation of this plans of the Federal Highway \Khnritv' and to strowlv' urge, on musical needs from organs and, 23S W. Savannah "
Office ......:...-............ ; and, flit;" nit t year resolution, shall constitute., a ,.continuing Authority to construct .Highway behalf of the State of Florida andj pianos to records and record player .!I VALDOSTA Ave CH2-5285' '.
W. T. Edwards T. B. Hospital 31w liState R6ad De for Number 10 accrosa State Highway Hamilton County, that this. requestbe I *. tfc I .a
.............. t improvement program between Live Oak and
Patient Care has requested this Coun the County, unless changed ,by a Number 136 granted and.: 'ud} ? *- -'
Burrtll Burnett, Jr.County Ind White Springs, Florida and; RESOLVEDby F FARMERS
? tn>> recommend the pur subsequent annual resolution. BE IT FURTHER REPAIRS
Carline. Mitchell County: Ind.. which aadahe roads;on STATE OF FLORIDA, WHEREAS the said Board beingconcerned the said Board that copies ofthnr'r ', '.W> repair an types T:,''V. and I.
F. B Harrell Ins. ....h.. }..' I with the effect of,newly furnished to thee
;this County's. SOf" ;surplus I COUNTY OF HAMILTONI r* -* 'n 8h'l be radios Also Small appliances; Man MONEY for your farm opera
Sandlln Auto Parts Fuel Ca, 1 and Federal\,Ald i Secpwtary Thelma Lewis, Clerk of the Or proposed highway systems on the *..re R<*ad Denartment of Florida nings 'Radio &!rvice.Jupe 792wr dons at reasonable cost. Terms
House,.................... should-be apesflc.forj n economic Interests and general welfare Building. TallaVwe.,
e>>. Phone 1 J cult Court' in and for Hamilton Holland tic to fit your needs. Loans up to
No. Fla, Telephone. j !. of In Hamilton Ccun Powers/SWte'
; the
.................. and I improverncniu.'StateaR ?d' De f County Florida and ex-otficio Clerk public and surrounding com- Florida Mr. Ralph Lake City. yean. Can North Florida Pro-
FlcrkJa. Board Member. ROUSE
the. ty Road
: FOB SALE IN JASPER.
ROAD
A BRHK1E: FUND Information\ of the Board of County Commissioners In- It Hiction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
requires Us' / munities has made a thorough Florida and the Board cf County
Onjy 2000. Can be financed.
SalarY.Road Empioyeets: I' it may *>>e considered Urttw I of Hamilton County, Florida vrsHgrtion of :the plans 'to constrict Commissioners of Suwannee County. ". Oak. Tel 362-2588
ONeal Goolsby........, eRthe I hereby certified that the above and Interstate II1iIhwatNumhef : Live Oak. Florida. Others $3500 to 17,000 .$$ee W. L.
W. S. Jackson ...:........... 1 I Road pArtmalMBtM foregoing; Is a true and correct 10 as aforesaid; ; Approved and Adopted on this the 'Bryan 792-4331 or Robert j jEhlert;
Alex Maws .........,.... this, Beard, conferred 4 copy, of a resolution adopted by the WHEREAS the said Board, M! aremit 16th day of March A..D. 1964"' '" '782-4491. Registered Real'Estate'Brokers. FOB RALE.1M grnOoa gas laM
W. D. Stewart ............ State 'Road'Depaltment'' :Board of County Commissioners of of Its Investigation, finds that Guy McGhln Chairman Up for $7500. Call 792-6622. lie
John Ponds .............. ori"A' the protects'tor be selec J Hamilton County Florida in regular the Stephen Foster Memorial a site Board of Hamilton County ,,y? ._,-, --
....... I assembled on the 4th day Fob RENT 2 Houses: One furnished OPPORTUNITY
Virgil\ WUllams ..... the specifications with re 'meeting of great historical interest to the Commissioners for full time Raw-
Randolph Turner ........., M... *, .. of March A. D. 1964 and that thesame public of the entire United States of ATTEST: + '4Ii I and one unfurnished! Call I' leigh Business In Hamilton County -
Emery Grantham ........ THEREFORE,, IC:*RE- has been duly Incorporated America ,Is l located near the pro Thelma Lewis ffrOeric ,3f:Evelyn. Hester 79>60Q3'M20p or Jasper. Products sold here
Ruben Daniel .......... THAT,the State-Road De uvthe minutes of said meeting. posed Intersection of Interstate of the Circuit Court !' !i 'acres'near '!over 40 years. Car necessary No
.. ...... IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have "J" 'FOR SAUCJnOCTir'iaa
Pete Register .. .. Is herebylrequeeted. to Highway NumberlO and State Highway Hamilton County. Florida cash investment required. For
BUI B. Norris ............ funds {or,construction (in hereto affixed my hand and official number 136 .and; by Alice Jones D. C. ( I Jasper. Only 96,009. Small venal interview write Sales Mana-per
Russell White ............ rights cot:wayaequlstfon: seal this_3rd day of March A. D, WHEREAS the Said Board finds I There being no further business tobacco allotment See W. L. Bry Rawlelgn FAC-150-302\ Memppla.
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J..L. Reeves ............ ) of 1964: I an 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert.; -92, .
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plans Wptenante'Il>1 tlf that the general public using Interstate before the Board said Board adjourned Tenn A24eFpB
.............. Thelma Lewis Clerk I .
Ben Goolsby roads<;? f Highway Number.OQ wiU be ., 4433. Reg Real Estate Brokers.\,:tf:
Isreal Stone .............. *' i Clerk of Circuit Court :
FOR ,
PRIMARY. ; 1,' deprived of a convenient route for ATTEST: HOUSE BALE IX JASF&K, SALE+utIAYEB.CAQE8.: :
... .......... by Alice Jones D. C 't'! :
Bill Ponds .. > .. ....... Sean Car gerto! West I After attending to the above business travel to and from the Stephen Foster Thelma Lewis, Clerk 1'I.'j, Only 2000. See W .U Bryan. .complete with water trough. Good
Norman Douglas .,....... mlts, from Suwannee'"Motel l the Board left Immediately Memorial and that the City of Guy McGhln Chairman'''' ] '792-1351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491. comfition.' SOo;each... C.. A.' Sweat
Daniel D. Johnson and Gut By Alice Jones D. G ''
Huey Cook ...........4.... I I City Limits; Curb I II I' Ann C. Malpas Refund Postage 5.00 ..J) Reg. Real Estate Broken. tf.39T-3238.' lip

Vernon Moore ........... i sldewaDca I ;
Social Security Acct Feb. .... I s k'South 3
", e>>. Off A Emp Retlremen Florkwi State Now to serve you .better we offer: :

; February. ..............., 6. 'V +'ORI .
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March
It Blue Cross-Blue Shield ... .
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,\ Colonial Life Ins. March ,." CMP8J5C AD 4 : 'II''" h'ih

I i: Central Truck Lines Express : : FOB on' 4I at Grove of( famous CHDWS. >- :
fc Charges l.. .... ""State .: A full 'line PURINA :
I Lewis Motor Ca'Parts ...... r} ; ontinu. ; :
.*,V SandUn ABto Parts.Gas. ., OU> ..i.' ': *! .; Ttfft...* : ; P.1 \\S '. ,r'p .;. L \ t.u I ,m.* "'t.- t.w: #!
; Accessories :.. :.: .t..i. = ': PURINA ", "'- r 1r :' 1 :"
7 )Sapp's Service Statton.Accy ( ,4 Oo+ i and, HEALTH AIDS :: :*

1 Valdosta'Machinery 4l'Suppb: ma1d b'y .. .. . \ : ):. ,;: !,," ';: 1..r.
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Parts and labor i. i ."It. .. .,.. I! < I.I oJI'
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HollowaY's Gas Camp .o...I an S 6 at ... ___ -. ........ .....-- r."A.: 1Iou./4.t.-/ .',. \ '
Whitehead Hardware Q). ," ..;1' Jtd{fZ2'Z:; : '.:.t.'t' ':__ -tl"t.: iti -m:". ..:.,:.13 .." .tI h"-.:., -; J"' "1\"' ';-l ;l''J.. ( "J'I.. .: 'I.- Z': V': /
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Supplies .............;.... sRtet's.;. Resi ." *** "1tt' 1i2I': 1 : ; ', '

;,'./I Jasper Fia Power Auto Corp.Parts,UtOitles.......... Start Rl ''a ; ..:.:...* :/7//r' T. < *fj'-aw wi":,,,,.1 \:;.-. .w-* ,'::"H%: ".*' n./: '"*.. n.to.t. j jt .

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,f Camp ..c..:,................ t JTho-Sullivan's to .,....., .,'. ... .:t".:.or< .>t'l' '. .fI
I road denig .. .., ... ,.,' ,, \ .
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George Webb Parts A Labor : Pave Loop .. ,.,."' 'lI'. ,... '" >,
Ave +or'
W-A S W. 15th "
WeldIn N.
Slicks Welding Shop .< s ./': : ..
for .
Newsome Ford Tractor'Co. 1 I ls olncKxIe a driveway ..
Parts ........... ........... r Elementary School and away
E. C. Browne e>>. Parts ..'. > for the 7..R.. E. Lee "
No. Fla. Telephone Ca J'hone ) and the1 school drives of .,
King Hrd A Frn Co. Sup ,. Springs High School and
=i. Vulcan Materials Co'Concrete s High School, \
|. Pipe ........ '.. I' Street from SR 25 .r
,, Florida Culvert ,Mfg Inc. to SR 13$. PURINACHOWS ..
Materials ........' ...w Avenue from SR 23 to ,
Shands A Baker Inc. Road Street. thenc e It
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Materials ..,..A......... .1 on Jackson S 4 thence
Ring Power,Corp,Parts A 'down County, to Ste.
+ Keenan| .a U- ...., Foster North/" y yr a
Weldhi8Supplies Sup Church ;tV 1n '
.M. D. Moo
Payment ir....,... ?. ro e st flv* t 7' 1' 'Id'
There being no further ; to Black Ba; tinu4 oJ I-'ir" "
\ fore the board, said Board North Gate o1 Fosi: r
until March 4,1964'afS: emorial. L t !
Jasper, ,Vaurfm No to 41YiVt k' '
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Call Dick Davit;.for,pr}on anTbJR.j.:} \I'. k'l" {it;, ."

WELLS' ROM < A. \. :..
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f :t E-r-tr\ ;: Road ..ValdosU.. GfSf ., '. "'J: We'v* : reallF'Ous to Ow1.ou '.our store j* N/iipoultry.t'feeders.. We;,look forwaid7:to '"':t! '

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CH. 2-5084, Day' or CH. 2-5289 N ht, Cojf Oct i 'J i facilities and ,to:tell you ,more about the. pleasure J\-; v> of serving ,you. Welare : ':.://'fl,;...\;, .


F '4" Well 2.50 per foot ., //wz I" : the} products we. '.offer4 We want to ')lap'py'. tQ.t'9ffer research-proved, top ',-I". ....,', i,


! 6" Well -.3.50 !foot ; : '; "iJ, I to under the Checkerboard ., ., .
1"r"" $ <1> 1 know you.t.and: we want you ,quality1 products .
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per plu&wqg- L'l Y' lqjo\Y!! us.>JVe want \to .till you about .labej,., Please pay us a visit .t., ':" ', ;,. ..i
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I Friday, March 20-1964 THE JASPER NEWS.; JASPERS .FLORIDA 1 : PACE THREE I It

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; Baptist Convention. in Plnetowit;*fc<3-*Interment Wai i tae could start a H1iit tIe J SoctelyTtSTh ,vine:'daughter*of Mr. and Mrs.. S.I Kappa-,'Gamma Sorority, met in'. the flowers- having five O stamens

$ This newjy formed, chore*)4s even In the family plot to ptarbyFrtaoos Mrs Often*.. ; wr.; ,;;:bytevome: of the'. F.honoree Adams at a of bridal Jennings shower.: was March,the t Jasper.,*t the Jasper Friday..ElementarySchtotCafeteria March'13. instead. Flowers oC,likes ten.I ,'the ik fashion-owe \

rJit, '1 now building.nuldogt At plans,this Ijwwtitfccr toro .asttMOh<< hold>> extend. sympathy, e *,e.c-;. t W'and chin ch' inet for tW March :prograitt -: 14 at the lovely country! born*" o(1.! tUmitopnj County-members were do not'all 'same. It Is evident
,: 1'J ', W'ednesda'ldjth. ofMrs.'jFUiiyinond Mrs. ; ; .. .thostMse iA> abvely'buQet dinner though that,most ..gardenersIlkp
JoeCMathlsVCohpftesses. .
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and rnXne. ,
Wade'Ufre I : '
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> W > +o'r t w; Mrr. 'Rotit1' ::1J' I. ; '
,: : : ,1l services ,l I Cantp.'r, [:, wjthi) 0' ,
? l "1"" ...o.-n.. "" -1 tkJ' .QIib..... : ,,:I,,<\\t. Vi "'. '!I' c.F; !' t..1 boys of'a:AlabaXie'.aC two'Weeks' visit;t )wjthusK fonday after four,of those v : Jad-,\wens Miss MargaretCvlbreth: Mfs,J.Patrick'/. Day''theme.' .sr.j plants) over, .the .entire". : southland.rt ;
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Ar j'eti! ii 44'4 'I 'TKA.I .. "nraThllenry. :t M! (,j n'h'i'M, o '..ff u.i..U' i..:....: Grace Polk, btu: Sara Morgan,Oar n.e.Fp't.; Mr)|. RCQT; .HUlhouso,1 I "la. Kn-'pp 'atf/l.Jrat"'r/ hers"! II .s'i{ nlMr <
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., ;s.K.o"t.iR..e4'W"1IIIIII YsitI t'-Mldtu'la :>>t. -VIckers gave e-r--: ", ;r.:'] f'I" ;:; .. 'tr. !jes?, Mrs. Ulma Braiwellj Mrs-J.,DdkgClytonJorngrMry; ; Jim Nunn members 8C Futurt T dub C IL McCormick of Jasper
L,,' ij,* t < I 1 a) dinner) paI'tJ"Iut" :week : re C- ii .r v t '*j v. res. Mrs. VanZant attended t the mission Mrs; JtTfi/Scai,and .)lIt" d.' ,L of Jaspey Higft School? ,helped with was seriously Ill 1heNavy1' Hospital -'
e i pna honoring Mr. and Mrs.Clinton Dam t :Mh Wise of Mayo and
.is not in t> .' 0 Jewel try meeting of the Live Oak "Wo Wynn. the hospll&hrJes. in Jacksonville for several
to staying at 1333 Clifton Road NE.Atlanta. cer of New Jersey house guests of Mrs: Fred David placed,, in their men of,the Church" at the invlta- decoi.I The business session that folk'"v. weeks b t is at home now and
Mr. and Mm Raymond Camp JrirMrVOarence : I church Sunday a beautiful arrangement -I I The reception rooms were dinner' presided much Improved and the
,. r. :I don ottie..- president Mrs. Zoo I ated In pink and white using the ed the was over by enjoying
e eO" e' from the .
| of pink cameHas Mrs. Fronla Dexter! of Mygtpak, hope he will be completely recover.beautiful .
Jbwnsend.The azalea and camelia spring
GARDEN CLUB FRIDAY Howe (Karl Minor) 1 garden of their father the late Dr. I night circle of the Women Qf lovely President bf Nu.'Cnapter.Mrs : weather. His many friends }
blossoms Punch and Coke were .
Mr*. Julia Ratliff wU be hosteu was confined to the Live Oak Hospital -, Wise, and as a memorial to him. ed before days. '
the Church met with I .i "1"" many
Wednesday served after which Miss Adams .t\ 'f ,
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-seVera last, week be
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for the Garden' I41r! \ .
dub Friday R lid, ttOOF.R
on ,. the pastor's wife. Mr*. Van Zant* opened her gifts for all to see, after TJ'ko\ '
March' cause xrf a very painful head Injury Dave Alderman was the .. "
Rev
:20 at her home* ; ,e. < ;".Winstoq James RegetSi'of Jasper is stricken with sorrow at ',1/ (
.. It I* Bird Month In the Garden received that windy day. Mrs. guest at dinner Sunday March:IS, The revival at the First Baptist i!which bedrooms they with were the displayed china and In cr'd'tal the Live QCksWaa' hostess to a lovely the extreme illness of Mr., PhM; .".,: 1
Cub Calendar Graham Black and Mr. Joe Vickers of Mr. and''Mrs. George 1. Smith. Hamilton : !
and Mrs. Ratliff who Church is in full swing this week. tea honoring MrsWDliam\ nyan Scan at HospitsLFour
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were with her until she was able to
Is chairman of that committee ana ) Rev. J., Harvey Saunders of Bar. Rogers ISatutday/March 7 at her i
who has return home.. It was a nice time of living when Miss Adams wore a spring outfit home. ,Falrvtew'' 'Farm.:' 't..1 lovely : ladles from,
done much to make Jasper . tow is preaching down to earth ser of pink linen skirt and wesket with : young
a bird sanctuary will present 'Ihe.' grocer boy came each morning mons. 'Mr. Williford leading! the Mrs.. Roger* istarrren4'lttcle' \ F S.U formed:> a Deputation team
Dr. Connell of Valdosta State Colleee Mrs. Hicks Fort is a patient friends'--in to'ike( your order for the day- singing which is so good he is mak white crepe blouse the hostesses.The and the .corsage and Is the' forme' Miss Elizabeth romlr to the Methodist Church on I

who will talk on that subject.: Hamilton Hospital Her listing the good things. available. ing a tape recording that he plansto presented hoetessess'by chest Bradbeer1 of St."r.'fenbul'll., Mr.Rogers Saturday afternoon. They eame by
The Garden Club Invites all inter hope for a speedy get weu.'I see.A USe in his radio broadcast Sunday gift was a is'the grandson of Mr.,and bus to Madison and Mr;?'Gene. Dan-
ested friends to share this Interest Mr..aoo 1: ;:, ,,ieWr'; came to the Hamilton morning in Quitman. for her silver of the garnet row! Mrs. WJllini| lfi,J3'. M.ol :jasper. durand met them. theft '
ing occasion. i Mrs. Everett Browne, !! County Historical Society (we !' lattero. \. r About, 'f thfrty( peop*t. from Jasper 1[catlona! bufkDng for all:M.YF.'sSupper ,
. Mr.< and Mrs Henry Vickers ant.( hould have ) asking for infor- This was a most anjoyable compliment served ''Edu-
':I one 'The R..A.boys begin their baseball : brt attended.thi,-,lov ly'tea including was at the '
; 'L Mr. and-:Mrsvn Raymond Camp 3r to the J felrctwholo,
f '"Ib J \ Y'n9rtanlted Calvary *W* :jinaflon about Lewis H. Bryan, borntOctober games Friday afternoon. Mar. the grandmother./ ,Mrs.: William 1. and counselors'ytxtth workers-a
Cedar wedding will be event of April '
,Sunday at Key. an
spent
Baptist Church i HIs wife was Bryan. supper o( hamburgers and potato
1S17. 20. '
was received into 5. : The city has cleared oft the 11 in Cross Lutheran Church v "+t/.lt '
the Suwannee Association of churches .Making: a hauaeparty last Satll njday' yarned Sarah They had three sons lotr-westof the church and Mocked: on the Holy in Jacksonville.I I I EAS'CEIInFIrbpRi .F 'I,t chips and the other good things that '

Odbber 30. and Sunday at the Lang Camp.It-Joseph. Dyall: Bryan, Gadsen D. .off. the car'entrance. Expressway. ,. I ro with young folks' appetites. V i iI
I JAsr7 R141CT O.f
T. .'. ; v. I II There was the playtime, then the adevotional. "
Last Sunday.. Rev. Dave Alderman at Qldtown were Mrs. Raymond1 Bryan and Phillip N- Bryan If was looking for something el of Tallahassee end 'a Camp Jr., Mrs. Horace Lewis.Mrs. who read this'column )know of FIVE BIRTHDAYS young
district you found this copy of The Bannerof man for,i the .,>Jasper, Methodist at the Klrkrnans '
missionary, preached;for Edith Q'Cali. Mrs. Clinton Dancer his kindred and will Mr. and Mrs. Elton Hester were jthe stayed -two at
the Cal- "i;thisyman or Uberty of 1912., It was for ashort' church: and hetn telephone number ( Duprees. '
vary Church.and presented a certi- and Mrs.Eugene ,Lang nrvr.phone. me, m send the information the hosts cat a birthday dinner on time a rival 'of 'The JaspotNews is 733-4831. ilt'hakibeen' suggested]I| Sunda yafternoon there wall a
ficate, from the Baptist State Con- .. on *' Sunday March 15, honoring Jointly, and edited by Mr. John !High that the attar be outlined with workshop conducted for the MYFs ;
vention.. Dr. John 'McGuire, executive Mrs. E. S. Clifton's sister.. Miss.''iuJThe letter comes from Mrs Douglas an Members of the family whose of Bakers Mill and Jasper. Subscription 'I memorial faster'hlirt this EasterSunday'orIn 'I Ii and S.S. teachers and counselor,AI ,
secretary, as'one,of the 30- Mettle WIndley passed away Feb: ; jVEffls' of CharlottsvUle, Va. birthdays were in March. Those' rate were hcner>of one living Aim was shown to illustrate the
I mere Cason i
000 Baptist churches in the current U in Washington N. Carolina. The tye meantime. thinking how honored Mrs. Mildred One year, 50cj: six months 23c', 3' perhaps an 'oldt'"saintly person.1These I work needed and being done;
Advance Program of the Southern funeral was at the Christian churcH,m1t of Jacksonville (Mrs. Hester's mother -, {
months ISo. orders rriustf)! in the hands I Ii '
.. Dr. Mlckler then took the
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_,. A -,"' .....1\1"" -. NC AW"W ), a daughter. Miss Florine ties young
--- rr gA.II.' Some of the advertisements am i of the'J1lorlst(' at"tHree In order ladles to Madison in time for the
ter Jasper, Mr. G. C Johnson of I
of note; that we'ate'tn'e to'haVe enough. bus
got grtback. to Tallahassee and
: Jacksonville and Mr. J. C. Johnson Simmons Liver regulator, (the It yoqtilajf'' a take part, call the I school,
TQ The Vofen (If St. Augustine; (brothers of Mrs. powder form) 'It puts life in it church aldntnso( ,that she will
Cason-) and a sister-In-law. Mrs liver" JEFF VINSON 18 Kioirr
torpid know ,Now to place the lilies 'it out
.. Annie Johnson of Jacksonville. "Herbine puts the ilver.'stomach, the altar- Jeff' Vinson, who is eight years
vHO ('f/J. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. and bowels in fine, vigorous condi .,. '. old now had a birthday party last
W. D. Johnson of Miami Mr. and' tion." around afternoon his home.It .
Drive Jasper slowly in all 'Thursday at
,: Of Hamilton County :Irs. Jesse, Milton of Jasper, Mr. "Mexican Mustang Liniment for I I directions, and see the dorwood was an Easter part ylndeed. 150
and Mrs. G S. Cheshire of White
COWS and horses-apralned1' ankle and other blooming things. Jasper ,,real, eggs were for the hunt. Every
,* :OTfJ prings Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Brown and sore throat. wants to attract' tourists and we little guest brought his own basket.

Cecil A. Kennedy candidate for the Florida. Senate 'from the Shepherd of Plant City of St.Mr Petersburg, and Mrs., Mr B.and A. Local notes:- Lynn Blackwell of may not all appreciate the aliens 'The birthday cake: was an Easter
Jve Oak was visiting In Jasper on but the tourists love them. You see affair you may be sure. It made a
Seventeenth District cited hi for revitalized :Irs. Harley Cason and children of
? program promoting a Tuesday. l.hem all-up and down he streets pretty picture-the children In EasIter -
agricultural development program and told ''this district's voters thatif Genoa family, Mr.of ',and'Jacksonville Mrs. Ben', Duba Mr. and and Carry your green hides to GrllYNtegistei making pictures of them. |I II I togs and the decorations and) \'I

elected he would devote fujkime developing a'devirsified agricultural Mrs. Joe c.:. Mitchell and children ..for good prices. i I Azalea Is native to North Amerl.1!| everything. S r
Col. L. E. Robinson, a prominent; ca and Asia and come )
program. ,w' , "100* r'n a recent trip Tallahassee' was a most enjoyable family after legal business In Jasper Tues 1 certain plants of the Heath family I 1{110' to Uve Oak Saturday' night for "I
"The dinner boundul
atherlng. was -
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Rev. Canova win
remarkable for the beauty and a raEy. Sayer
Mr. Kennedy said, he, acquired figures and the day wen spent. day.Wanted-Ten pounds goose feath, sometimes for, the,' fragrance .oi f t meet the Primary and Junior 1

from the Florida State Beverage Department sno'W;. ers. Address Box 272 Jasper. \their flowers, ,'and ,distinguished I :Young Folks after school each Wed-- 4!

that indidcate our tobacco market fRIDAL!MISS JUNE ADAMS FOR, Board Then proceedings.there is a column' of School)I from the rhododeuKtrons chiefly, bylhesda,( ytor choir'practice.. ''IIi

may ,be in jeopardy. The Beverage De Petite June,''A.dam"'of' ''Jackson- $40 a -month, was the maximum JII.NI

,' partment reported that for January, ,rase pp sw son amount paid teachers over the coun 1\\ II III

1964 receipts for cigarette tax stamps ty. I
a Mr. J L. Kirk of Jasper has I II
: were some 6.9 million under January, bought half Interest with Col. C. A.I I
1963. Mr. Kennedy noted with alarm, Mae + as.TE Hardee in the Telephone Exchangeat I II

:"In other words stamfc\ ) ftales.' are down Live Oak. |I
vx s The editorials in The Banner of J
from '66,64l,000sttMrips'in JanuB'Y'of
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Liberty were vigorous.
1963 to 59,709,303 stamps January .,. ..... WO tK Yf A .r>t.J 'H A notice from the Supervisor of, t........ -
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of 1964. Jr, I t,
for He lists the,!I
open registrations.
"It is much too early to tell if the deputies for 19 districts. J. S.' j

Surgeon. General's report ,wiU.J1ave-a'; ,; fsltlrc supervisor of Registration.I
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'jastinV !'.injurious :effectoh',-our.la'rl' : 'Iriwel T"
: an< ; ; : ..** Iiw tlni'isls di+: DELTA CAPPA GAMMA J
sotto'iduatry'but.it""cei4ainyldoe.'poi'nt i -out the fallacy of depend- Nu Chapter of'Mu State, Delta d. e W r Nn.r a -
market." ._---00 f..:__ -- ._-
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'Candidate'Kennedy 'further, stated that he, "has 'thoughtdeeply JI '
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on market. Easter Dresses ,
this subject'of having: to depend on a on'e-crop :' '

Several years ago t ran across an article in a magazine about the resultsof ,' ... 1 1 ).. 4Cln

strains of be .. b ; "' '
experimenting with various peaches tMm might heavy ; y -;' c'
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bearing trees in this climate. The article was; written ''by ,Dr Charles 4 ',) ._ '- '. .'.:,'. ',. ,, ,, ., 1.
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Demko of Altoona Florida,'who had been experimenting' for years .in grella ,

raisin$ peaches. Dr. Demko,had developed a'new-brand called "June ,. !".' ,
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Gold." This looked like an aneePto my concernfor/ bringing new vi '

crops into this part of Florida. ,"' said Cecil A. Kennedy, candidate for .,'

Florida Senate. ,Jto, .

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"I 1 couldn't wait to try to grow this-type of peacn...Twenty"acres

of my land waa cleared! and an experimentaKgro: ye oEiiJ j( neGoJdu a'a'.r

peaches planted This was done (-'NO"years: ago. Thse( trees are two years

old now. They have jusj" finished blooming I wfehifcvery'one of you

could have seen the blossoms at their height..These trees have grown "

shoulder high in two seasons.. I have every reaa &,to exPect that in a ,I
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few years many farmers in this area will be engaged jn the peach grow ., -

ing business.", '\ \$/MKennedy's jt't"", :, .,,,:: .- ff\-b ) _

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"sic area might well take note of the time"and effort'/thJs candidate for :" I

Y State Senate has put into actively and agressively attempting to over : "!

";' come our inherent dependence on the one-crop system." r


'',.; Mr. Kennedy talked with supporters about this, "Some of

our sister counties are doing well growing okra and soy beans. Monti-

cello pecans have become world famous. In Gadsden County several ,

farmers are growing truck crops forty weeks of the year, The futureis I 1

bright for.,the,cattle and timber combination. 'J ojvy.,hat it is possibleto 1:

plant Pensacola Bahia grass in'shade areas under J out slash pines, I

4 t many farmers with smaller acreages are going to bef!Lbl 'tb use a cattle- .

r J. timber combination and compete in both! of these, markets. These are : .. ., "

" }, just a few of the areas that I thmkwe.nught develop in'the 17th district. I I ,; '''".'' ..

' With your aid and support I will .vigorously strive to. ppen {these markets I '' : : '

for you.. yM-\$. #w' '-w:' ';r.i: !:-i-it. !

Mr. Kennedy cited that his roots were deep in\the South and in the .; : '
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Southern of life. His grandfather fought in the War the s '
way between :,! C. ) ,;)
States with General Stonewall Jackson. After the(war/his grandfather & e ,I

walked all the way home from North Carolina to Bailey, Georgia.

.' "I. will vigorously strive to help all the people of this district in priced from ( tij

improving our agricultural markets* State Senate Candidate Kennedysaid. 399 to 899"-: t ,\ "

"I( point to my successful !business'dealing i.t t tixpber; cattle and 4 ... I' "
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tobacco, and if you elect me I will devote my active an4 Aggressive energies 'f..

, to the representation of the Seventeenth District in the ,Florida' ". .:
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*"a F ridaylNdr,* 20 J 1964i
THE JASPER NEWSi FLORIDA,
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1d oqJ.'This i Is-dcnefby snaking two JTASPEB 'BAIL;'TKAM TO GIRLS 4-II CLUB HEED |our 4-II annual and she'also said
_: "J' i s ooi. > surveys: =one. U:. -survey of those PRACTICE' HDMtkAY Cam wd. ,be'August .lT-22., We,din
I: y... .. pupil who would be Interested In A practice session for'tfJe'.J peI" Gall Carter opened the meeting..!|."cussed a '4-k party but h.a\'f'not,
the,program and the other' Is a As ban Team has been scheduled quite decided,but we think It will be
by M. L Powell' survey, at the:'business establishments for Sunday afternoon at the Athletic We had a devotion and Judy Har
: ,...... "' i of the community: and deter field. The team Invites everyone ,vey'called: the roll and read the(on May 23 or 30. Our meeting was
I 1 miring which of those would be willing Interested 'to .confer and practicewith minutes of the I last't meeting.; Mrs. closed by Gall Carter.
It will be the continuing: plan and training and who would profit. most to co-operate with the school In them and fry-out for,the,team. '. ( ., .
White ask us to bring a dime too,&nU2 Your::'Reporter Dele.JVtII -
purpose of the administration of the from It. I establishing the program. These Time is J:30p.,. : Kathy _...: t
Jasper High School to take advantage in been' _______________ ___ J.-
1 .We say that the program f.is i diver : surveys have already, part -- -- a._-"" .. g.r.r..7.v... -..,. .!' 'T..v't.-A-Ai \I.J-_ C $
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of possibility to improvethe We have reason to believe .
every made. every
laUied. :that that it l
By .
mean alto
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facilities, equipment and fro* that we will have more than '
gram of our school. We are now lira ranlgned u number giye of different on-the-job vocations training,i enough\ Interested students and To The People of Hamilton CountyBy
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exploring the possibilities of adding and occupations Some desirewale more than enough cooperating
a diversified Cooperative Training' ,. In a meat market may, grocery Ideal 'business' establishments to GEORGE H. WYNN Candidate for School ''Superintendent
(DCT), program to the curriculum dry,goods store, drug store, warrant the I setting! up 'of the ,
of ovnj;.school. l lat the beginning of the program. After making the surveys
1964 66 school rtore station ''garage. printing necessary for the school system toW CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL.SUPERINTENDENT 7. I certainly agree with the state sponi ,
year, This D. C. : hardware, lawyers office, den make application to the State Department ached school survey made last summer that then
of this I promised to outline
T. program is diversified office, hospital office, beauty I of Education for a special I the previous edition newspaper schools In Hamilton County need improvement
; It must shop or almost'any other t'pe'buaJ-, wit and the authority to employ a the principles which should govern' the, person who ,serves the in maintenance They certainly haven't been
be cooperative ness establishment that might exist coordinator for this program. We public as School 1 Superintendent; also the goals and objectives I shall kept,up according to( good business'practices. .
to our community.We are now in the process of doing
j and it wilt be vocational -
these things. strive to obi-am: elected to this important office. 8. Since many of our graduates are attending ",
[ and occu say that the program must be Madison Jr. College, I believe that Hamilton. 'iI. 'i-! '.
I ipatlonal in -action.guidance. ,This co-operative. This is the first prerequisite It might be of interest to'know a I 1. :The Superintendent of PublicInstruction County, shculd fulfill Its obligation in supplying' J
and an absolute necessity little about how this
I, program operates h0)" should be qualified, In order public transportation for those who want to.tuI''lfor ;<
I program/| :i) order for the program to be ertabIshed To begin with a student must
[marlly designed ( This is a co-operative"Ventura be at least 10 years of age before :our schools to be accredited by the they their: education ..:j i, tt' '.
for hose students ,who do not planto 'involving the State Department entering this P'OeI'&J1and must be Southern Association 'of Colleges and 9. Since 30 to 80% of all ch/.Jdren'reqwre/
go on to( college after graduationfrom of ,Education, the 'county: in either his junior or senior year Schools., (This warning twoor, more years to( complete the first grade
high school However, It does school system. and the,local I at school. In order to receive his Secondary .- was a successfully, this Bounty should seriously work
not necessarily preclude the college school., It is also' a iro hfPI I high school diploma .he must meet 4 ri to all candidates for county superintendents toward: kindergarten program which would
r bound student ''from entering this venture Involving the parents the I I all academic requirements for grad ; ., that appeared In the Florida better prepare' our children for future .schoolwork
Neither. this tot the:school and the various uatfon. To this end we will continue Local schools] would not be affected.
program. is program pupils r: Times Union on Wed., Mar 4, 1964.) nursery, : -
to advise freshmen and :
sophomore
e looked upon u dumping ground business establishments of.the"eom''I ,
lor less'academically talented stu-' munity. We first must seek to find students to'get just as many, of 2. The Superintendent's position !}
schools dealt.
their required coursed as possibleout 10. AH should be with equally
dents. It is designed for those who lout if there la sufficient Interest and J
I should be full time ob ,
I of the way so that they may a to any person according to size and needs. This includes staff,
are most?)interested In this type need for such a program la hue,take AdvantmoB__ nt this nrrurrni r-----" who is really dedicated to the welfare supplies, and finance.. I will expect the staff to,

.. tt later if they so desire.After a pupil A', of our, children. He shocld keep up to perform at top efficiency at all 1 times. I wiHf'
I has expressed a desire to enter and v listen to all gripes and objections of staff mem4ben
hat been accepted for this programthe date with all school 1.t.acjivities, 'visit the and And a place in the school system where

NOTICETO next step is to find a prospective e, schools and classrooms regularly, eat in .they., are best suited. {
business establishment who the lunchroom ride the school busses, .
win be, willing to provide employment u. I shall work for a united county This'
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t and ,training for this pupil. and attend extracurricular activities to county shall never prosper. as long as there is'
The student will work for two hours really see and help the interests of our friction among vs. The, school I situation now'
1 a,day and spend one hour a day "' educational of Hamilton Cocnty. has the county split. I believe that under, differ1
In olaas D. C..T. work. In other system 1
: on ent and good leadership that we can Join hands

SUREGAS CUSTOMERS denfs words day about will one be half taken of the up twlth stti- 3t The Superintendent should be the secretary and executive dren.for a better place to( live and educate our chil

"I this program. During the rest'' of ,,'Ito the School Board, and all major issues should be brought, recom-
BEGINNING '. the school day he will pursue\ his I mended to and decided upon by the Board. The School Board makes ,Education makes a people (easy to lead...
other academic school courses. He but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible
.., ,..... -' .. .. will be paid tar Us two hours work 'It hepouches, i and it is Superintendent's duty,to carry out the"polici .. In' the,business establishment at There should be no under-the-table transactions. All issues should be becoming more dependent on leadership in tdu-'

:\,n, I .I et J'1YvwwCTu, I.4! 'tJ,'nr: ,'Y',. the prevailing hourly pay for such brought clearly and honestly. into the open and discussed. cation for our very survival. 'i'sr j ':
servicea. HewCl be under constant '
(jtr and regular supervision of the coordinator 4j should be 12 To clarify a'rumor I would like for the;
dQICEWeekdays8:00 Tho, Superintendent not obligated to any'one
,--.. A ., ,of the program: people of this county to know that am\ not being
:t :- person< or, group'of persons who may selfishly seek their own'needa paid to( run for this office. 1 1UJ1'not obligated;
number of
: to 5:00: There having*re' a neb'a,program, advantagesin in the without any regard of the real need THE WELFARE OF OUR 'to anyone nor will I be. I am vitally] interested'

school. In the first place it will provide CHILDREN. in better educating our children and I will work:
_, ,toward that goal if elected. I will do duty
SATURDAY -- 8:00;to 12:00 actual on-tbe-job training for my
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a number1 of 'students while they ":" '1_ 1., ; !' of every tax dollar is spent on education in carrying .out the policies set forth by the
,
'J' are still In school. Quite often an gaittiind school: board.
:. :: Individual 'continues .in' fun:theemploymentin (pl fn\i\ aipua donations). I feel that every school and
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t ; { the Job or vocation .krte, organrzahons ihoiild ,give a monthly. financial account, to the public I am qualified for this high office and I.
in which he was trained while,enrolled through;:the?local newspaper.'tSvtJwuZ Witt begin graduate work next month to better
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,k' .I"t., l'" h in the.D. C.,T.. program._ 'T. .... ; qualify myself >

'" ..tJ-.', '\: .. '. (We l feel that In some cases that ; : .hf.Ot' beet: !meets the need of the community when the Your vote and support for me will be great;*!
I. .... \- -- Jt' it will help stems the tide of school U is \v || ornfcf f wictthe pjublic"can'only.really be well informed jly apprecjated, and wlft show..your.Interest in 1);
,, L drop, outs Somtelmes if it getting: the best school,system possible.
'( .' ', "r,' werepc.siblefor. byisuppoffeflf: !; activities; of schools. A monthly calendar of 'all : t
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student to receivejuat
:' a.htle; .financial a assistance he activities published in,the,local newspaper_ would'greatly benefit this Sincerely yours, \,
; GEORflB H. WYNN
could remain. In school whereas situation= '
I ,I he did not he-would be forced to \v >.;; I i "I"'ti! j.

drop out 011 school: ,for economic: ._ 4 1# .

1 reatons.The amount of remuneration that iscn a--' (

he might receive while enrolled In
the D. C. T. program might be the :
\ difference between dropping'out of ; :
ewt and staying in school. When ,we tjwiJCHEVROLET
recognize that more than half d ,
graduates fall to go on to I
after finishing high school], we ClUrJ I Ia
greater need to provide r"
vational> training for those who do i cks'
.. not go on to school. We feel that' all types of .quality '
there is a real and definite need
for this program in our school ands'1 \ '

v through and and with the cooper tatlon ,' y ,,
of the business"establishments J :
of the cononunlQrJt can be implemented :if.
this coming,year.DUPLICATOR, : )
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laws, butt:c tvltiRINfow:

Accuracy. That's the pinpoint 'placement power of tht Powell t. E\

42F'Transplanter with FirtHlzerlgnipment! Pinpoint 1 placement ,
eJjmlnatea wasted fertilizer and fertilizer Injury. With the Powell
42F no plant 1 is placed J in fertilizer. Transplanting and fertilizing ; t.
art accomplished In only one UIp,* -
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JASPER. FLORIDA
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t VUNIN MALPA5 FOR9UPVR. LEON SANDUN FOR KENNETH TUTEN FOR PAYTON BEMBRY JR. JACK' VINSON l '
FOR BURNHAM NEWS| CHESTER: 'SWEAT-IN uheater' .a..a.
REGISTRTION I CLERK CIRCUIT COURT TAX ASSESSOR FOR REPRESENTATIVE CO. t{COMMISSIONER I* '
Sweat
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Mr.
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By LOIS 2IPPEKEE
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'IS b the citizens of Hamilton CbunI Servina as Tax Assessor of To the r arms Mrs.. C. A. Sweat of White Springs,
I Voten of Hamilton This"1st to oce
am a candidate for County: candidacy
C Clerk of the Hamilton Countyis a sincere my -
privilege
Most of has. been In'service
would 18 and
I tm enjoy: J living yean
hive I Court of Hamfltef was born August 24. 1938, five for reeJec&nto..tJM.
: office
County. I wasborn I and welcomed .
obligation. It '
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qualified tar the office of mfk! simple life U the way back: to iBteaUy: 'jeterned. from Paris,
of of
and reared in Hamilton Countyt is with this thought that I officiallyannounce north Jasper and lived my County Commissioner.'DistrictS it wem't stationed
so ce.:8iIIIJtII"DOW' at
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Supervisor of
Registration,subject : ,'ara ft member of the MethodistChurch as a candidate for continuance I entire life In Hamilton County. I comprised U Voting Precincts V Anna
Ba&monyMaiyland.
to the .5 Herbert : ,
Democati&I'timarhea In and I am It''' graduate v of Jasper High 2and 9,.in the May 5. 1964 Democratic ; .
graduate of '
a Stetson I !in this ; for a "
May: If has been art honor and a capacity School S. A.y ": "
and hold both State
University. W'Schedlrrf'atnpest ) a, second term. ) and Primary Election.: I : I).
privilege serving a* your.Supervis- American I Mr. and Mn. Winston WHUams
k or of Registration In the and president of Hamilton County F..*Kenneth Tuten Farmer Degrees. I am .Slnce' 'serving as your: County have returned home afterspend: and chndren'o<<' eala"'apent the
past married to
for this honor I sincerely: thank Farm Bureau and.served'for 15 -- aker of the former Alma Four-i Commissioner for the past'term X tog sveral months in Jacksonvillewith : weekend with their parents and
each and yaps as Board Member of the Suwannee CHARUE'RHODEN White Springs and we have have gained valuable experience their children. grand parents:Mr.'' and Mrs. Gordon
everyone.I Valley Rural Electric' Co one son. I am'a member of Bright from serving; on State Committees Alderman.
earnestly solicit your vote and FOR SHERIFF'Sberltt Pond Baptist Church and have r
operative. I have served for the and Attending State Association
of .
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support In the I Charlie Rhoden served as director Mr. and Mrs. Monte Joe Morgan '
forthcoming
primaryand past two yean as chairman of Ha has announced a and vice pres County Commissioners::
U elected I promise to serve milton, County, .ASC, .Community that he will be candidate ident of the Hamilton County Farm I have also gained much experience'meetings. ofPompano spent last week; with Mr. 'and Mrs..Keh1i Nickalson ..
with. honor efficiency, and accord. Cbmmltteemen for reelection to the office of Sheriff Bureau.I their mother. Mrs.. Annie Morgaitlstlan an and son Robert of Beaumont South' '
| working,with fellow
,Ing to the laws pertaining to thisoffbce. of.Hamilton.County. am fully aware of the'needl' of loners my Commiss: .-. Carolina \VeJ"e '.hame for a few-
Your vote and will be and other County Officials: .
support "I Hamilton Women Fellowship fleets hours: with their parents and grandparents
Sincerely, sincerely thank all of the citizens County: and I shall endeavor and from
Y .... ANN C.MALPAS sincerely appreciated.< for their support during the ,. .if elected, ,to ,represent the your Board serving of as Chairman of of The Burnham Christian Women Fellowship Mr. nd Mn.,Anson Johnson
Kespectruuy. County Commission Christian Church
met
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weekend
'H past yean; and I thank each of people fairly, honestly and effic over
ers. In with
LEON
SANDLIN every respect I have worked Mrs. Joe Sullivan
R M. (Mitchell) ,you for having honored me with. lent]). I invite each and every toward betterment or' Hamilton March 13, at 3:00 p.m. with Friday Mrs. .

GUY McGHIN FORCOMMISSIONER this position.. voter 111.thJa county to join in this County; with advantages for ALL the Anson Johnson vlvce: President Mn. Vivian Smith and son and
: HOLCOMB! FOR "I promise mat you will continue campaign and hi, will be forever people. presiding in interesting program on daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ed

DIST. 5 to have the services of pro thankful.for your vote and support. If honored "Threads of Gold" was led by Mn. win Smith of Suwannee County:
STA1E.SENATOR tection and assistance from this PATTON .BEMBRY. JR. with re-election to James; Blair followed with spent Sunday with their mother and
I would like to this worship
announce candidacy office I will continue
my to
office fa the future that have serve
you services grandmother Mrs. Addle Burnett.
Mrs.
I hereby announce that I am a,' for reelection as your County had during the past two terms. MAURICE each of ;you fairly and impartially: by Franklin: Gaston. I
BENNETT The theme for the
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I worship service .
candidate for the office of Senate Commissioner from the Fifth "I. votiand over the entire County. I again ,
: sincerely request v '
your being "The Church's
IS One
from the irth Senatorial District DistrictI CANDIDATE FOR pledge to faithful Mr.
usupport. you ,.efficient / Foundation and Mrs Cleveland Selph
hi India
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of Lafayette, Hamilton and Suwa- am grateful for )'OUr'support .Respectfully, COUNTY COMM. and courteous service as a County which delicious refreshments and children spent Sunday in

nnee Ct unties. In making this raceI four yean; ago. Working to Improveour Charlie Rhoden To The People of Hamilton County Commissioner to' the beat of my served by the hostess were Live Oak with Mrs. Selph's parents

pledge you a full-time Senator'as ,I roads" increase maintenance, I am a candidate for : ability.I I Mr. and Mrs. FennyweU Kelly.
County Cam .
I have no other interest but to i(efficiency, and provide new: servlces -I CUNT6SrMITCHELLFOR mlssioner in District 3 Composed of will appreciate your vote'and Mr. and Mn Charles BrandiesJ. ''I
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serve the people since I am re[ I have tried in office( to deserveyour 2nd. and 5th. support. !
voting Mn.
precincts.If I ..,
SCHOOL J. S. Burnham is
tired. I solicit your .vote and trust: ,In appreciation for BOARDTo ; spending
\ support Respectfully.
6 elected I .'viii try to do the some time in Homestead
on'' the promise:that ,.I will! your support I have sought to give The People of Hamilton County: very' best jot/ that I can for the Jack Vlnson R. (Bob) MILLER i I with her son and daughterinlawMr. Florida

keep foremost. in mind the representation personal attention to all requests ,I hereby announce my candidacy people in Hamilton County. I and Mrs. Levy Burnham.
FOR CLERK
of the peopleot and suggestions.'Moat' importantly I for OF COURTTo I
my dist the county: school Board member Your vote and will be FRANK MATTHEWSFOR
.;rtct I will act as my own campaign .(!II i have worked to keep my word from district number 2. appreciated. support the Voten of Hamilton County; .
and I I I given when ;you elected me. I 29 old SCHOOL BOARDTo I have qualified as a candidate
manager Commercial: I am yean born and reared Miss June Adams of Jacksonville:
Bank of Live Oak win |I Your commissioner: for .J in Hamilton Sincerely, for the office of Cleric of the Circuit
be depository [, progress. County, a member Maurice the voten of Hamilton County and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
Bennett :
". for campaign funds. I I| GUY McGHIN: 1,ft-., .......... AC'11&A__
R. M.((Kitchen) Holcomb I It ]: I Jasper and engaged: in fanning and for School Board member in the. Democratic Primary in May. miscellaneous Shower Saturday
HOUSTON ROBERTS the nitrogen business. 1-- 3rd DistrictIt I am Hamilton 46 years of age, and a nativeof night: March 14, at the home of Mr.

JOEL The oldest of three children has been County. I am a Mason, and Mrs. Joe Cbrbett
t SELPH QUALIFIESFOR FOR STATE SENATORI our my privilege to serve a member of the Hamilton Mathis. Miss
County
will begin elementary school in ITo tile voten of Hamilton 'County: you as school board member in Chamber of Commerce Adams received lots of nice gifts.
and
a mem .
COUNTY COMM; hereby announce my candidacy Y. September rain 'candidate for the office of the past: wish to express my ap her of the board of directors of the

lay State Senator from the 17th Senatorial I am vitally and sincerely Interested Sheriff of Hamilton County.. predation to the people of this county Jasper Community Development Mr. and Mn. Phillip Malone and

I hereby announce that I am a District I, feel that having: in the educational program of I was born'In Hamilton Countyand tor their support and cooperation Corp. children of Pensacdla spent sometime

candidate for the office of County served in the' legislature ,for' 12: Hamilton County and It elected to am 44 years old. I am married In seeking better education and better I believe that my many :yean of with their parents and brother

Commissioner for the First Commiadonera yean I will be able'to serve my this office I will strive to providethe and have <4< daughters.: facilities for our youth. service to the public in various Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Deasand

District. district better as a result of this best education possible for the I promise to give fair and impartial i At this time I ask you to elect capacities, has given me the practical Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deal over

I am forty-six;: yean old, married, .experience. children of Hamilton County.I service .ejected to this office. me, your servant for another term. experience to serve the people the'weekend..

and have three children. I am a Mot'experience' includes 8 years earnestly ad11clt.'OW' vote and Your vote and support win be I Sincerely, well In this office. I sincerely so- 45S5

llte-long resident of Hamilton County r} the,!louse of Representatives, 4id support in the forthcoming election. greatly appreciated. I Frank Matthews licit your vote and support' on May Miss Margie Dees of Jacksonville

and have been active as a farm I fhe'Senate and Sincerely,: Sincerely l 5th. spent Sunday with her parentsMr.
4 the
on Nj
;yean
er for the past twenty-five; years.. Live Oak City Council.: If elected Clinton .S. Mitchell Kenneth EJ; Smith J. (Jack) BISPHAM J. R. 'Bob' MILLER and Mn. Cbrbett Dees.S. .
I will if elected, FOR
cooperate with I STATE SENATOR
I pledge all the
represent
peopleof !
other Commissioners to',,.promote the district fairly and equally. HARRY T. REID FOR W. M. '(Matt) MARABLE I GEORGE L. SMITH FOR Mr. and Mrs. Maurice LIndauer
and hereby
preserve an honest efficient, announce my candidacy and children of Valdosta had dinner
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and progressive. County Govern Your vote and support will be ap SCHOOL SUPT. FOR SCHOOL, BOARD I for State Senator from the 17thatorlal.Dlstnct''ot'F9o'lds Sen TAX ASSESSOR Sunday with their parents and

ment predated My. friend*,'and fellow. doseos.of I I am candidate' for School X sincerely X hereby announce that I am a. grandparents Mr ,and Mrs Isaao

I win aPCncJate. r vote and .HOUSTON' W, ROBERTS Hamilton Ommty f Board member District Three.' I feel that my experience as a candidate for the office of.tax assessor .1 Shiver.

support in the forthcoming election. '''- X hereby( announce my candidacy I am married and have three dairyman farmer and businessman subject to the Democratic .

Respectfully: submitted, JERRY B.; SMITH FOR for re-election as Superintendentof children in the public,, schools of qualifies me to know the needsof primary'< in 1.1&)'". In making this REVIVAL

JOEL SELPH COUNTY,COMM.TO Public Instruction for Hamilton Hamilton County. the district I'shall/if elected, race I pledge you a full time tax Revival Services began at Corinth .
? County..,,If re-elected to this important 1 tun. a native and life-long resident represent the people of this district assessor, as I have no other interest i Baptist Church Sunday Morn

ISAAC THE PEOPLE office,',,1 promise to continue of Hamilton County, with the fairly honestly,and.to the: best of butaunty. to serve the people of my ing March 15, and will continue all
IKE
( ) SHIVERFOItCOUNTY OF HAMILTON,COUNTY l the work that has been started :' exception of four yean of military my .bfllty. I invite each and every ( I will at all times have the 'I this week. .Brother Fred Harrisonof

COMM., .X hereby announce my candidacy' in this county,,to'give our boys service during Work War 'U;and voterIn, the.county Join in this interest of the people at heart and Tallahassee is guest speaker
nine ,,JI1ODtJWtheo'Korean campaign and I wffl be will at any time be ready to discuss Everyone in invited
for,0uJtf Commissioner of District and girls the.best possible educational ,: ever grateful cordially to-
BlScV Isaac" (Ike) Shiver' your No. S. ; opportunity.: War* <#, ('0. *,*',' .. .M ,to-your' vote'and support/ :I with you any problem that you attend- these Services..
"County If electe&XN11: : serve to the best shall, serve as my own campaign may have concernine your'assess '
; CtanmissionervfntnPrs4aets >j rY ur' ote.M'tuppat wil be ''I will 'vote'
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: appreciate your i and_ of abOtty/sIrt treasurer and ment. I want to thank each Mr. Mrs.Pwtek
the and and
toy iU Commercial
_ad seven. ",Your.,vote appreciated. '' *'- will at tiroes : Bank Gardener
Aad Mfport'wft be appreciated. flincaehr"r.e j'support I serve' each'of yfiM honestly. w of Live Oak! wfflbe, depository for every voter in this county for your and lbaby at 'Ft Walton. Florida
Sincerely; campaign vote and support in this
",i>* ffu"'i? ISAAC .BHpe funds.' campaign. spent the weekend with their parents
(DCE
'-.-- .-, WEE- JBRRY B. SMITH Harry T. Reid ,W M.' ( ttT MARABLE **,: N. J. (Jack) BISPHAM Sincerely and grandparents Mr. and Mrs
George 1*. Smith Kirby, WeDsor'

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The Chairman points out that the

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',", AJ of March U, 14,110 farms In the progress o fthe past 3 years in N'I r P\
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rman. Agriculture Stabilization a: o t
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program's'tase'jara 1959 It I960. total .base' acreage will earn:a'd1 'wI.1 i \ ..,t,. ; .. I

Feed grain acreage signed n for venlon' peyment for ,shifting the 30-Caf. Round .M$36.85: 7
diversion through the program now acreage from production a conserving 1IATUR1$ 'W. a '44-Cal. Round I ZIS45.35
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totals 7,800 acres. Feed grain base use. Payments for 1964 will :f)." 30-C'I. ,,.b1iMp4'!. '$ nn "
.'. acreages of these participating average, higher than last'year and I!'!Extruded. 12 .i' ,' \,I. ."!"f

farms 'amounts' to about 18,500: the maximum diversion is higher. Aluminum ., ,
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recorded at the ASCS County Off ment on the normal production of \ Control g .MAttRMIUMIVEN

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estimated $170,00000 In diversion three crops, and for loans or purchase tr lo Coat
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Throughout:the NatIon 543,534 on the farm's 1964 acreage. ": Own LIMI. '

eligible farms'.ad been signed up Mr., Deas reminds farmers that t 0. LWhi Imtrvmni
to take part in the program u'or .....
way at the County Office and win -'' MFs4IooTcoMltdtlr '
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2.21-64. Acreage! signed up for diversion ; cr.ac. si Cbn
the signup .is now tmd.erextend kH
totaled 13.7 million acres, program through March 27, He 'urges W(3g( sTMtluMr C.darClosltLfnlnl ..1I.CMk 4'x.w.
including 10.2 milllonacres of com .. by U Mkl: = ArawMle iwl crior de! lob, ';
an early signup as the best wayto $ (or $103.30No
2.5 million acres of grain sorghum, 11tir f .. e UavNM Mwfor..lp:d deer'( .
and 1 million acres of barley. avoid delays' and?crowded office OUG T ,$ lb I ..-...t .Sao, a+r.*r es t..,....... .1; .", on.y down
The sign-up in 1364 is running ahead conditions which could,develop ..... Mp "to*.M*....... It..both,only 9.81 ,
o fthe 1963 sign-up for the as the deadline nears 'iit '. IRON ..5.35' ... ems h M MM*.N ..... 1 Yr. 0.......... Ms tl' .... 24 f """Ht nth,

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j. IJ of It*Oblf'to( tba.book !'Ac\i\ me ddwoedl.of Inspirattort. a* re bra, Into' Christ; hence'into' the father.'1 Air. Bdt '"' '* "
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; : thapteriold of church which Is his body X Oor12: 1C&; TTxxnasv. Box 228 Jennings..
f Ltit; J City i Taxes' fpphe: ;year 1963, ,both:feeal_ tkM one day God'was going to".esta&Hshaf -' body "one spirit; one, IX You may disbelieve these facts
menj;; aiid : Lord falthj
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{ Jrlngdoin among) on* one- one.baptism ;
awm personal, willr'beconi4.i dd&quent i April 1.. I that itconcUatJon to God was tote one God f and Father. of anefeV'tOwI -
\ In this ktngdarntTl; fad,thit tWa, moot; tha1 fi thor-'of' confusion I I .. .
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lid $03t0tnecessaTjt : Matt. IB*. 18-19 "X will bit i1"My I all men.unto' him in tie I body Eph.
church: and the gates of Hades than ; 1M; w" | i ; MM I eAIIrWLtlABY" r NEManMTkEePYJtJ. .
\, / t 13 urge rl 0diG; i t rlTaxespaid; not prevail against It And I wlD 1 A!aentloned' t-.Jf/'l that prophecy E mentioned IVOU waN AID atD secaEr ENOUIaI:, ooes"c '"Ttrti' rrs tit nattCRsmwM 11/6, 014RK'I' -

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I"\.t. .J ITY' OF.'_. .lS..Y' PER'I fchurch: isn't <11mp rtarIt., This into''the churA ,>,he :told them exactly
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'&SS >e >s&S'S i &t i> it .a'& !,S&ata. 0 a&9ttf sty9 j K e l :! since it Is'so Important to our,Lord be preached' In his narae. Acts 2:3&.1 aW Prl $6:95:
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his life to purchase it "Husband received his word were baptizedand !$:CYUNDKH 11I1.BTo"U..l;<
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iSj' OTICfJ. E.i "" ,'" blmseIfrtorIt.? Eph5:2. -Then-in Then wl read oif thechurcn: act
Acts.20:28'Take heed to yourselves uaUy beine l'ln existeneV because the
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youLoveriecrs;to feed:!the Churchof : I read Acts 2:2W7ci3T Paul shows
fiN COUNTY TAXPAYERS God which'he;'loath ,purchased that/:1I1e church: contains the saved
1 d .. .. 1 I with his own blood/Not only so but J I when he speaks of our membership C.J HOL.LOWAVIvor
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SON QJfH! a I XENNCfOS f fHSNfOB MATTER I team They played 'a .fine lame i EDen had helped to keep the party*. '.Iwas

I Mr. and Mrs.: Robert O. Butter CAMS I down at Hilliard. Their toe I a secret %
P A [10ifC(] iqents of Warner Robins Georgia, announce The Senior Class will have a' f basketball Hastings who woo' over us by three The young people had a hamburger "t;

j the birth of a BOIL Robert ....F-* lame Saturday, night Mar. points.) Seniors leaving our team cookout and an o flue trim.
21. We win play the faculty. The
; Oneil Butler Jr. on February> 29, are Farrell and ,LaVon Bumam mines. Then was the lovely birthday -,
THE CIRCUIT COURT I I' otfj Jeanlna-a. Florida) according ,; Mrs Butler is the former Mary THANKS game will begin at 7.30: Please Jon WalUcI Deaf; Oobert Keelingand
cake. Alter
OK TilE THIRD JUDICIAL to the ODAP Railroad Survey: Martha Braswell. daughter of MAand I cane out and support the Senior Don ,' supper the young '
CIRCUIT Or THB! STATE Said Westerly ac-halt 1 HI ef Tjre. Coaches Hinton '
OF FLORIDA., IN AND FOR I Let No, t In Block N.x. 10 frontIng Mn. James L. Braswell, put Class. Blair and Bumham have people enjoyed playing records an]
done
HAMILTON COUNTY alone the Easterly margin of residents of Jasper. I: CURD Or THAXK4 We played our first baseball game a games. Those who shared the An J.
IN CHANCERlfJfODERN B. Street for dletaac ef one great job with our team.
e a We wish to express our deep appreciation
HOMES rl'l.UIUQ0.!' hundred sitf (160) feet and e> last Friday with Mayo. They beat e .S. with Annaree were r*
,s FlerMa C.rsnU.K. I tending: back for a distance oferentyAve for all the pr.tye'wvrds KM). ...
FlalalUt. (Ill feet along Sou oC sympathy, flowers cards e BASEBALL, SCHEDULE Gwendolyn Dens, Ellen Scuff, Lln-:
... theta Strs.t. The said parcel ef IN THE COURT OP TIlE food and other acts of kindness March 27-Uve Oak. there at 3:30. da Faye Selph, Jackie liters Sharon .'
ALTO( DUPREB JR. (.!..!.) real property .. conveyed to EdIIwlll. COITNTT JITDdVl IN AM CARDS GO OUT .... ..I,I IOh. March 28 .
REPORT Monticello
MARTHA ANIf' VcDONALU (...lc) .,. In Warranty Deed frem FOR HAMILTON rOUNTT during: the Ion of husband and fa there at 3.30 Howell, Jim De... Jbn Bata
Defendants, IN PROBATE ther. May God bless each of I hate for the "big day-report Mar. 30-Lowndes Cb. there
J. V. McCall and his wife. Maggie you Jimmy Murphy, Billy Laseter, Jon ,j
NOTICE Or SUIT IV RR: 1'.lat..t114RT : card day. to come: 'round! be-
I. McCall. dated September S. ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO 1011 and recorded In Deed Book P. RILHT Denaeed II CTTT prayer. into .trouble mean real troub-, April 3-Jasper there Wallace: Deas, Dan 1'Te'and Pet J
: ALTON ) R: oJuJJln.I' I I 19 pairs 81; Public Record of NOTICE OF FILING OF PETITION The Family of Charlie McChlnOABD me April 10-Lowndes OB., here Cbleman.
.and MARTHA ANN ; Hamilton County Florida. FOR FINAL DISCKARQE OF cause those awful cards will Itt: April.U-Madison here 3:00 .
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unknown. EXECUTOR :
(ilnrU) address I p.m.
IdentU
This being the same and
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Tea are hereby aottfled that a Butt cal parcel of real property a aconveyed Notice hereby riventht I IIKV i Of THANKS le. WhYT-We havve to the I April 14-Jasper; here Jennings Seniors ,will have a "J'
has been filed aaralast yea In the. to Mortgagor bv Ed Sled my anal returns M Executor: We wish to thank our friends and old cards hornet I Maybe I can ret April 1* Madison semiformal .
above clause i and that you are her Swllley and his wire. of the Last Will and Testament ef neighbors tor their acts or through this ordeal. It will be lecture there. 300 party on Thursday rite
::: many
by required to file roar answer with Swllley In Warranty Deed date MART P RILOT d.c.ased.nd that Coach Edward Buddy Bumam Is at Hickory Bottom Farm.
the Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt and to December I, ltd and recordedin I have filed my petaioa for final die- kindness expressions of qmrpanty time at my bouse. T-V will be training the boys. Every'J'J
serve b copy thereof upon the Plain. Book O R. 44 at pus-.s (..IPvJ charge aad that will apply to the. in the recent Ulness! UN4MMtt ..t1'il1.tudx snorefk10tC OM la, excited llj .sg "
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or' attorney whose .
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Pyla intpif.f' >UBe erdsI -<3o i ce wiaMi Ydt event .j
friendslpand BfEWLAY
( werethe nuit -
Mth.y C. i.bOui1".orIctZoQ.AprlllOth. tune. These PAETY
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le-rJotr & f.-O. Iroi lif ern l: * later; Identical Tf feet by IS* feet lot it.|> for approval of I kindness was deeply,appreciated terings of one of the high school FOR -- : BIERS
than ANNABEl
Beach Florida not
diDO or parcel of land which Modern the and for final and will always be VASTER TROGftAM AT P.TJl.
llth day of April. A. D 1M4 on same discharge as remembered. students. Reports 'went out last A
the If fail to da to Decree Pro Home Construction Company Executor of th. Estate wed wUI of surprise birthday party I was The first grade under the direction -
yen ; has erected, or Is erecting ahelltype the said MART P. RiLEY, deceased.This week. I given Anuuree
be by her parents, Mr..
will entered
Conf against .
eeso you. frame dwelling hoase March 14th. 114 AFOKEST e of Mrs. S. M. Deas Jr. and the _..
for the relief demanded In the ComThe for, and at the behest of said : Grade class and Mrs. Jim men. The
plaint. ; GEORGE P The Seventh reading party was special education under the direc-
nature. of the suit being for Mortgagor herein .:\t Executor of :.rriarr: is enjoying the Reading Laboratory I given at the fliers home which is don of Mrs. Randan
.. Witness hand and the seal) ef said ., Redding gave
deceased.
.eamber..4n. my I
ef
Foreclosure Mortgage near
.. the following described property Court at Jasper Florida this fth day f'.tiJ.. Rarin: Their nexxt project Is the study,of Jennings.Annarea the'' program. It was lovelyad
situate In Hamilton County, Florida of March A. D. 144 Attorney for Executor YOU poetry. was very exxdted: when
40'Wltl! (SEAL) Thtlma Lewis I Mar 20. 17; Apr. 1) 10 e e the young people began.to well done. The theme of the whole. .'
The Westerly eaobalf H) of .' Clerk Circuit Court of Ham-
Lot Number Thre (S) I: Block I\ .. llten' County Florida. L IU JENNINGS HIGH WORTS' Of course, her pal pllen : program was Easter. Glenda
,Dumber BUteea (If) la.the Town I. "IJ*- by. 'Alice Jones, D C. Three cheers for our basketball gone home with her from .e'OIne.l Wheeler and Barbara Jo Carter

> played for the
!' '.. ,d, singing
; ... Devotions were by Allen Deas 4'1
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,: ,:,', 'S4r <*" .. t' r I Job when she gave the dramatic

't '", :fr ." 9: readina entitled; "Hands" for the ,,

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