The Jasper news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00220
 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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System ID: UF00028306:00220

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Jaspelr",U P'S.B ) Valdosta "75" MERITORIOUS SERVICE Carver High School SERVICES I

Offer,\I tractM*', Speedway Opens DURING PEACETIME NewsThe //EASTEIiSUNRISE INGS'L : II

Iii\ Arc"WeIJipg:: April 4thThe Dental Health Program at services. .i

i Carver High School which was completed operating in a Joint Easter Sunrise j I
Any farmer or Agriculture relat Valdosta ''75"'. speedway will recently had I far reaching Service which'' will be held at 6:00a GOOD nUDAT SERVICES ','s

ed Individuals who would lite: to open its 1964 racing season Satur. effects ,m. at the Football Field. The IN JASPER aiPTIST

]learn "something about the Arc day night April 4th. This could be Personnel'and students of Carver sermon will be brought by Rev I Joint Good Friday services will
Welder Is"invited"to came to'\the one of the wort Vxcltini lint thrQ. High accepted with great enthusiasm illlam Van Zant.,m. be held at the First Baptist Church

Vocational Agriculture Department ling ever staged at the "'75" speed- 'the.Crest Dental Program as Marvin o'Cain wfil lead the 'congregational of Jas on'March: 27 during the' "

,' xexl 'Thursday evening at 730: far. way., x presented in our.,school under the singing I, noon hour. Seven ministers will
ourAfsessions. A'',small fee IKJ3 professional guidance of Mrs. AU of the Alliance members will speak en: the- "Seven Last Words of
# ,00 ,wtt fca setup to pay for supplies Changes \in specification to in- 1i1 wj Grace Stephens. Director of Special take- part In this service Jasper Christ

or'rtHs ,eto that you might. the engines to through 1963models Services, Mn. Jones, County: Nurse 'Kiwanis and Uona Clubs are again i. .
but not Aver SoIl cubic Mrs. Graham, School Health
use minimum of 5 weeks Jfl*< Mary I
in free
inches should make'a faster cooperating: serving SERMON IN ART AT
structidn Coordinator and Mr. E. W. Gra
wil be pt I4e L You may
donuts all who attend.
This should wide variation ;, FIRST BiPTIST CHURCH
give a ham, Principal of the school.
begin. on any type project.that you' '
are hitettjfad. in relative to njia of' dUTerent: models racing this year The following is a brief of same of I AT JENNINGS .,, t Rev. Sayer Canova will present a
work. Or you do not have to make "This: season many new cars: and the activities and learning experiences ,Sunrise services 'at' Jennings are sermon In art at the First Baptist
i drivers are expected from Jackson conducted at our school. scheduled for 6 JO the Church 1:30 .
a project 'We wQl try to present : a.m. at High at : p m. on Easter Sunday
a little something different each villa \and Lake City; Florida and! w After meeting ,with the' County School Ball Park. Everyone is Invited The Primary' and Junior choir

week. You cb not have to know other' surrounding 'areas'. The Nurse and Director ot Special Services -I to worship at. these Impres- will sing a special number
something different each week: You track in Jacksonville his changedIts the Health Coordinator met
do not have to know anything about race date to Friday night.Therefore with the teachers and discussed -
welding The,main purpose of this '75 will be the only track. plans for the implementation, of i \\ \

course is to help you with your with races on Saturday night. this .project In our school. Each CHAMBER OF.COMMERCE MINUTESThe
teacher thumbed the health
many repair problems on the farm through
Hobby and Figure '8' races have Hlghwiy bulletins and planned his strategy regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton
and at the same time help you to Trooper R. G. Russell of the Florida Patrol was recently ,
been scheduled for every other for-this wortr. Our ehfldreA I' Were County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening March 9, with)
make your selves familiar with this to special duty to investigate acts of violence and threatened
valuable machine at your home or Thursday night beginning April 9th, acts of violence to the person and property of the State of Florida. highly" motivated on'all'levels with the!following directors 'present!' Joe Howell!!, Thomas Bridges, Rance

at the school shop. This change was necessary due to The executive. order he received la as follows iEXECUTIVE colorful posters and guidance Andrews C. R. Watson, Billy Jones, and John McCormlck Others present
he number of participants and the I from their respective teachers. were Pete Deas, C. D Barker Foster Barnes, Dr. Bill Kyser, R.
time element involved. ORDEB Each teacher did a slx-week unit on
H. hick M. L. Powell! ,and Paul Tolar.
Jasper Beta Club I WHEREAS, the Florida l East Coast Railroad and Its union some phase of dental hygiene .

The date of June'23rd has been ,employees have been involved in a labor dispute)since, approximately Mn. Grace Turner, who was doIng A letter received from Mr Wendell Jarrard, of the Florida Development
Gets New MembersOn 'set for late model' grand nationalrace. !January 23 ,1964, andWHEREAS <,; substitute work in the music Commission, In response'to a request from our Chamber of,
.. This and other
R many special during the period of this controversy there have department: taught members of Commerce to reopen U.S..41 Welcome Station/'was read. Mr. Jarrard
Wednesday, March U, 1964 events have been planned to make been numerous acts of violence and threatened acts of violence to the the first and second grades the stated that both economically and according to traffic count figures\ it

the 'old members of the Beta Club this a season to look'forward to ',persons. and property of citizens of the State of Florida, and tooth brush song. These little students would not be feasible to reopen this Station The directors of the Chamber ..

Inducted twelve new members.' Final touches are being made on WHEREAS, Section 14.02 ((1), Florida Statute, authorizes the I enjoyed very much the words being of the opinion,that it Is. Important to Hamilton County that
We had an' induction ceremony track conditions and spectator ac Governor. to do all things necessary to prevent overt threats of and motions or this song this Welcome Station be reopened and asked ."that the Chamber writea
Wednesday morning. Some of the commodations. So",'make plana'.tolee violence or violence to the persons and property of the citizens of Upon completion' Of the unit in the letter to Senator, Houston Roberts Rep. J. W; 'McAtpln, and Mr.,Otto

old memben gave speeches concerning the best In stock car races.at ,the State and to maintain peace tranquility and good order and third and. fourth' grades, our Coun- Wettstetn HI. member of the Florida Development Commission, and

how the,Beta.Club is sral- Valdosta "75" Speedway. NOW.:THEREFORE, I, Farris Bryant, as Governor of Florida ty None came In and talked to the ask them to encourage Mr Jarrard to reconsider the.opening of this
:}tar to a wheel.Mn students about the proper use and l station' and to take into consideration the traffic 'count at the time the
K1rIanan'.wr and Blue Key :Members Florida>y:virtue, of the power and authority,vested in me by Section 14.0221( ), care of the teeth. Using a, large f Welcome Station was built and first\ opened, as compared with the present .
sponsor do
hereby appoint Trooper R, G. Russell to a plastic set of false dentures, the, count."
were proud to receive these member gioup of 11 other Florida Highway Patrolman headed by Patrol CaptainA. nurse cave a demonstration i In i

I t' into our chub: We know they Speak At KiwanisThe E. Reddicktftnd six other person of the Florlda,Sheriffs Bureau, as proper brushing of the teeth. All the I The Chamber of Commerce has been requested to assist In'mafl-,
will enjoy being,a member, for it special officers of the State with plenary investigative powers for the children listened attentively Some ing a questionnaire to 'folks in Hamilton County aged 65 or over.'In an
is an honorable'club.to belong' to. Kiwanis Club of' Jasper, purposes of Investigating; 'determining: the responsibility for the acts desired to show that they were able attempt to determine whether or not thereis a desire and need for a

The new' ,members are: Haze Florida met Tuesday at the ,Triangle of violence Incident to'the Florida East Coast Railway\ strike; and accumulating to clean their teeth properly.] Each first class J rne.tor\ the Hied,or.nursing home in Hamilton County' .
KnappBilUe ;Knapp. Terry Fen- Restarant. Guest speakers t the evidence relating thereto for presentation to the appropriate third grade student was given his The Chamber voted to donate (SO toward purchase of equipment.
nell Judi,Joti I'1 Marsha. Braswell, for' the occasion were, Miss Jen I law enforcement'off.lclals.. gift of tooth paste from the Crest for the Hamilton'County Baseball Team.
Sharon Bennett, Sadie Cox, Rusty Star ',a sophomore from Ft. Lau- Tooth Paste ,Corporation These \'
MI t8ot> _PEffilngto&FlarlnEHester derdale..FbnIi $: and,I Mr. .Franklattama direct all'officenancS'requnt aU.etttz.-of' : the State of children are still talking about the
Florida to assist the officers in
special performing the duties
Bunnie Miller Martha Car a Junior from LaCross upon them. t"J place things they learned during; this I JASPER FFA.CHAPTER"GUM FARMING PROJECT
) ter Florida. Both are students at the period One mother that her
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in We had 'a social gathering for University of Florida and are members tittle girl refuses to place her damp I .. ) -" >> : r! '" .';,

.... .. .2. ;" '.A ...-.._.....; of the' '' Blue' tQeji...nonocaryfratemltyr .. ', '-!'y"1'va,: .,..,,.1-* ;-.;.w ,......L.v.-., -lULv. *.*' -gay-hand' and tooth brush .inMhe.box>*withr'tne L-a-r,"
caused the Great Seal of the State
Bonnie'Jones. Everyone enjoyed ,, ; paste because Mn. Reddick :and
themselves of l'Jorlda'to be>affixed at Tallahassee. Mrs. Jones said it should not be
Miss Star spoke on the: social, this e.
the Capital 29th day of done Jn that manner. _
Reporter Paula fraternal and non-academic,.aspectof February A. D.,1964 Memben of the fifth and sixth

college She emphaized a definite The following is a telegram In that grades had a panel discussion on fio'l' i
part Governor( Bryant sent to
Winner In i Orange .need for strengthening the religloua the Sheriff's of the counties Involved, dental care.'Their teacher made a -::. ;."
life ontht college campus of today* '", ft tape recording of this activity and< .
Dessert Contest iigher>ducaiion should be d..vital Acting under authority of Florida fftatttes 14:02U) I ant deputizing played It back so the class could ., t;

Mr. Rattama pointed out that higher Captain E. ReddJck.and eleven other members. cf the Florida hear and Individual could made .. .i
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Mar L. A. Woodward, 105 West education should beat vital ire Highway Patrol and Florida SnerftTs Bureatr spedal officers with criticisms of their own expression : ,.
Cedar St. Perry, Florida was the terest and concern not only to those plenary investigative and enforcement authority, and direct that you as well as others. We left that this ". :
with children attending give them full cooperation making available to them all relevant In- /. '
parents> presently vas a learning experience for our '. '
the '
winner in preliminary Orange .
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Dessert Contest held in the Florida collge but to ALL formation and rendering aU practical assistance. boys and girls .... .,. t .1.
PERSONS. l.'very.rtmt'nt of school r "' --
Power Corporation Home Service -- our t) -. .. .
As a result of fnese students benefited from this .
in Madison Friday, activity : ,
Center on I'
Baseball Practice Band Gets ,;
March 13, efforts, we now have a greater in. I Superior The faculty and student body at .
sight into campus life as a astudent [ Carver Join In saving many thanks '
Her delightful orange dessert, Sunday: Afternoon Rating At Festival
sees it.Former. to the Procter & Gamble Company: "
called "Florida Dream Boat" won for the Crest Dental Instruction I ..... ,."." )<
for her an expense-free trip to Par. 'The Jasper Baseball Team will I Last the
l Saturday, Jasper High Kits for the twenty-two boys and /
adise'Park, Florida on April 8 anda Jasper ,Girl, hold a practice session Sunday I School Band traveled to Gainesville girls In the third grade at Carver .
G. E electric carving knife. The fternoon at 3:30\A.U members .apd to participate: the District :High School.

winner at Paradise Park will receive Finalist In Interested, persons' are- urged. tot Band Festival, In this activity each First in a series of senior addresses
from Florida :
Power an electric Corporation range along with Beauty Pageant .' there' band is rated in three events* Th' highlighted last.week's chapelprogram. ....)1". Arthur A. Murphy of the U.S. Fore Service' !Is shown glvtag

the carving knife ,and will go to first event in Concert Playing, the Clyde Jones, the presl-! rum good Forestry roacervatlon practice Instruction to a class! of Vocational .

Winter Haven to participate in the Miss Sara Buckles, 18''year old alaspgr FFA ,second' Is' Sight Reading, and the .dent farewell of the biddings senior to class his classmatesand gave his Agriculture EtiatonU on their School Farm obb1.Cooper ..

state contest on April 23-24 whichIs daughter of Bob and Kathryn Buck third' la marching. .Three Judges rytag his.. hand at running" the Seat Mreak. Bobby and George Sowell
; fellow schoolmates. He center.
sponsored) by the Florida Citrus e'1s, was named first runner-up in Chapter Urges do the voting for Concert and an ed his talk around the subject will erect and maintain the SM or so fa*** a* part of their Supervised,
Commission and four utilities. the Miss Warner Robins Ga Pa. average is drawn to make the final Project Program..Thls .U just. a small phase of the forestry practicese
Three Keys to Success. These
Farm rating. In this.event the band received
Mrs. Dan BrasweD of Jasper, geant held Saturday night, March SafetyNearly' an."excellent" rating.In keys were listed as patience endurance local FFA U engaging.la?
Florida was runner-up< with her delicious !1. and hard work These keys
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"Orange-filled Cream Puffs' | every farm has areas l the, Sight Reading event, one he hopes to use to unlock the doorsto
Mrs. Sarah M. Spindler, 585 Olw The beautiful and talented blonde where use of electrical power is judge does the rating on how'well success. ACCEPTS SAVINGS BOND CHAIRMANSHIP

Street Monticello placed second Vest Georgia College freshman is hazardous and can result In fire .the band plays two numbers which The Carver High baseball teams
the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. death unless special have before. This
in refrigerated desserts with Injury or pre- they never seen getting ready for Its baseball
her Florida Orange muffin cakes frank Henderson of Jasper. The cautions are 'taken, Ever Allen I is probably the hardest event of the season. The boys will play their

cleverly displayed, was second In Buckels family, ,are former residents president o fthe Jasper FFA Chapter I three.' In this event, our band received first home game Weonrsoay, March
of Jasper. said today. .the' highest rating that of
the cake category.Mrs. 25, 1964 at 1 p.m. Their opponentwill
"'I'he annual economic loss to far '!
Ouida S. Dubinsky, 1.(6'N.. Sara 'joins her older sister Roberta Superior. be Mebene High School of
Jefferson won first place in the pie (now Mn. Ray Hardman of men because o films has Increased : The third event.which Is held at Alachua Florida. Come out and
250 cent in the last 20 I
category: with her "Florida Fruit Newnan Ga.) as a winner in the 'by per of years night..U,the marching event. The boost your boys.
said and about 4
Pie" and Mrs John Byrd,-
Meridan was awarded second place : Robins Pageant In:1968, Roberta 100,00.larm you." resldente'dlein: firrt i a'rnlnlmum of tv*minutes,,atd a Reporter"

with her 'Orange Cream Cheese became the first Miss Warner ,each: chapter has.undertaken.the rn xiMHQr lei'";"';"t" minutes,,DyeJudges .
Wafer Pie"Judgel Robkw. .f : Peweruremapuuored'"by' e..Pro vote this avaotanda0 average 'ATTEMPT TO :FORMCUB
in the contest were Miss As First Runner-up to Miss Warner FF/t'Sffe'1'1/ : the 'Farm .Is,mada" the flveFornur' SCOUT PACK

'Bennie Wilder, retired Home) JJeraonrtration Robins 1964. Sara would ascend InstlM.hf''Wa' hfnffi'the band wee rated as"Ex ,. : ,
\ Agent of Madison Mrs. to the throne and receive" the crown EojWpnient *u..:' TO THE, PARENTS OF JASPER:
UQIJaUaffty Cam( :fts :members. landi'mwclu: EtN
.Thomas G. Bouland a (former should the tint place\winner become aji4ga'tos: :' rJ :each band:for 'It'you are Interested In estab! .
are working for the safer operation apt
Home Making teacher In the Lee '
married or( incapacitated thing a Cub Scout Pack In Jasper, .
ccndJtton. )
:Madison and Mrs. 'Ben of tarps,Power equipment.. __ f4TMCe.MN.
School, during the year of her,reign. Sarais The band rated "Superior. the second of three meetings will beheld
Whitfield, Home Making teacherIn five feet Inches tall and' "Defective electrical equipmentand was
; 2H ,", at eight p.m. at the Florida
Perry, Florida. weighs 113 pounds. I : improper fixtures are' ,among }jJ. Power Lounge for this purpose 1 1, t
Thirty-one. recipes'were submitted Sara's talent was very Impressive the major causes of farm Met Gail In the afternoaet jwo t of cur stu 'lii*.meeting Is for parents with
Florida Citrus dramatis reading on "I am An ar uidR ; .,...H. .. .. .. .
to the CommissIon : .dentplayed solo*;to their Instruments toys I thru 10 years old. The Cub
from this area and twenty women American" .which c captured the :Equipment->> should -be checked j and .were also..' 'Judged and Snuff Pack will be sponsored by the 7\
their the heart of the audience. In ad irlodlcsaix ;tor ...u..I1d. deter. .
prepared original recipesof ; Cited.php0sgrt: ,. ..48 etghrh Kiwanis dub
orange desserts, and presented dttion.: her sincere: warmth persorsally kr Hop:;* ;Manufacturer's recommendation '. grade.i received a Superior a, ua, j
them for judging.Revival sad, friencHnesscontributed lor the' are'and main i CUjrtgeild Pon.Wetbejringtpn.40 PatmiiterarvCffn; ; : :fr'shcL
-- to her overall performance as a enaneeof: electrical equipment'and Eleventh Grader, also received a Above, prewnUr :IioI..1) J

queen'contestant and finalist appliance should be adhered to Superior. These two boys did an I appointment Hamilton, County 1!Savings;Oond. Chairman- .\.W.James C. .
At Her awards. tMfctfted the First strictly. Look for the "UL'J labelwhen outstanding( Job and'are lobe:com. Copeland the.J t County fistu .: v: Jw ..

Runner-Up Trophy, presented by buying electrical 'egtdpn wat.. mended. Their'ratings are ,an Indication Jfll J.J. ., "t'i"1I..t "' T-
JenningsMethodist the Warner Rafcina Jaycees, a Many farm nreJ.I.I'f. ,caused .by of their hard work and de ,... ." a
linking 'requiring high 1
J36.00 Savings Bend,;j matching equipment you .. I \
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Church bracelet necklace electrical loads withwiring xthdt I "
beauty shop trim wm :nd was not made to carry that much For the day's work the band student \ \

A revival will be held at, the set, Miss America charm bracelet, electricity. In other'eas'serious: received four Superiors and :' SHoP .. .

Jennings Methodist Church, March 18 00 gift certificate dry cleaning), hazards result frominm?' fuses two Excellent.,',This; 14 a.yery com '
30 through April 3. Services held hosiery and a record aftum. with ratings thafm too large for mendable showing and the bam LoOAL ;sass

ach evening at 7.30: Rev Damon .Nine girls: tram the Warner RobIns the wiring they are trying to pro students deserve the plaudits of ... x m'a"\ ", JIt ,rw r "d'.
S. Scott will be the guest speaker area competed In the Pageant tect. ."- -. -- '" "T' '" avefyone. Tbefrwprir j..* rrexttfnr ,

Evinvited to attend ;rrr .. whkh Iran official preliminary :, aa eommntie' the :school end to_the.'town"c<.Jas- ,'" r tn. ....+.+\4,, i t.t..L.-'
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; Pre-School *'BURNHAMMJEWS. I I some of their children home with f .
them Sunday.' .They were land:
fir LOIS ZIPPEREK Mrs.' Isaac Shiver Jr. and children SHOP
;Registration Apr.3All' : of Fernandtaa'anrUUt ''Mildred **; yur -. ,t
Chi W.'Of' ft'yaajabethat : ,
s puHb {: T. '
s 1xt < Shiver of White Strings.'
,. childreA who were born In 'you have freedom when you're : .I/tl\t/ ,_ : i\f.t: ).
e .1958 will enter school this fall. It Is easy in )"OUr'bame".*: Miss Alpha Grace Des.of Berry

1 now time for them to be registered -.Robert.FrosiMrs. ; College;;Rome, In order' that the principal may r with her.parents,'MrTand Mme..
know how1 many beginners to plan Gertrude.:McCuUough of Earl Deas/s' 'i ,.. '' :f fm.
It for and for the parent to have Tallahassee pent the weekend with ',. J,,

time to have the child's physical her parents, Mr. and Mn Frank Mrs. Myrtice Sauls and Mr. and! tr
examination and immunizations lin Gaston. Mrs. Eugene Miller of Jacksonville I t
CLASSIFIED, ADS completed by the time,school opens. . I spent Sunday with Mr and )frs-
All schools will register preschool Mr. and Mrs. Garrard SpUlvan Charlie Deas.Mr. F V u
; the school he will at- and children of'Macon spent Sat. 41
children at
USED ELECTRltt sale '
RANGES FOR 1 Acre for near Jasper., All
Sale. Good coimhlon. $40 and cleared and fenced. Only 1000. tend., Registration:will begin at urday and Sunday with- Mr. and .. and Mrs. Earl leas and I Elect -
and last until Mrs. Joe Sullivan, children and Mr. and Mrs. Horton
1:00 o'clock on April
$50.) Mannings Radto Repair, Jas See W. L. Bryan .792-4351.. or Robert -
"' JKW: In the afternoon. For parents Deas had dinner Sunday with Mr.'
Parr)plane 782-4421 tie I Ehlert, 792-44SlR Broker tic .
Mr. and Mn. Wallace Selph and
who work the school will be open : and Mrs. Clarence Ford. Kenneth E.
,SAVB-SAVE-SAVEt For Rout t Ii for registration from 7 to 8 pm. children spent Saturday In Jacksonville 'Ne. ,
>>ca1 glass lined water beaters Furnished House. QU'.192-951. the same d8.Y.AlIschoolt. with their brother and sis Mr and Mrs. Doyle Burnett and! ;. ,
S74J8; 10 cu-ft..Refrigerators US9- fc> the county will re' ter-in-law; Mr.and"Mr*. Lawrence children of Cherry Lake had supper SMITHSHERIFF :<
95 w.t.; 381 lb. Upright Freeezers I 7phoWerl Needs'- Mattresses re garter on the same date. No registrations Selph'and children. Sunday night with their'aunt, bye:: "

$199.95; 473 Ib. Upright' Freezer Ovated, furniture upholstered ven- I win be taken at the Health:| rIt Addle Bumettt.. ..k.., ,,'' -, '* '' rv !
$239.95; 6474b., Upright Freezers flan blinds rebuilt ,we upholster ,De parents It.} fft' being'Combss.Ja. Mfhc'now ;
r: tie439Aa95j y;12.ttAUtomHclsbetraetRefrigerator .automobiles and make seJit! ''c vera: I will mite tiown'the Information -'It,after confined toe/t( Tallahassee Lawton McCulley .is home now aN

,'' with 81-lb. Freeze 1 D:::Ome to see .us. needed for registration, hospital for several days. ter being confined\ to Pine view'.Gen-.i
$249.96 w.t. 5-year warranty, at ALL FLORIDA MATTRESS amUPHOLTEREVO much time'. :will be saved .and accuracy i ." eral Hospital for 'the past seven! On May 5. -
Manning's Radio Service,"call '793-' COMPANY'' will be assured. I[r Mr. and Mrs Isaac Shiver had days. He is much, improved. ; I ;
4421 Jasper.' tfo 200 Pine Street Live Oak, Fla. The following' is Information ,I --1 ,- --"--, t ._>"
I FO2-3143 tfe needed I'u "M w
'I Phone : !
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY j I Child's full name ( as on birth Never' TooYoung Jo Learn Safety II I 'i; ;':
11. =( "t1"I
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Georgia i Plate Glass Co. certificate). ;
in Live, Oak Florida( for all your
musical needs from organs and .Store)' Front 2. Birth Certificate (if possible). I ._p
pianos to"records and record.players Mlrrta'Kesllvftred. 3. If you cannot present birth certificate { I am a Veteran of World War II, having served
tfc .Tub 'IOiW-1'smrf' ..., Hhowerm you wfll need child'sbirth
...- _. _.... 'I 15 W Savannah Ave CH2-523S date and place of birth. .. : in the European Theatre. I was decorated
REPAIRS! VAUDOSTA. 4. Full name of both parents (moth- t : .with the Bronze Star. I am a Methodist.
We repair all types T. V. and er's maiden name) I pledge to prepare myself for this office and
radio. Also Small appliances. Man "-F'XRMERS 5. Last grade each parent complet: I
hinEs Radio Service Jasper 792-- "I ed. w : ; run it as economically and efficiently as I have

4421 tfc MONEY for your::farm. opera- 6. Church of both parents. I! my business in the past giving impartial and

HOUSE :FOR SALE IN JASPER. I Ions at reasonable cost. Terms 7. Occupation of both. parents. I r v6, honest service to,the people of Hamilton County

Only 2000. Can be financed : to' fit"OW', needl' ;,'Loat1l 'up to 8. Address number of both, parents Telephone 1 Your vote and support will be greatly ap-
Others $3500) to $7,000 See W. L.Bryan. years.:Caff North Florida Pro- I
all preciated.
I action Credit .'S.'phlo Ave 9. Full names and birthrates of
Robert Ehlert
792-4351 or '
brothers and sisters
792-4491 Registered Real Estate'! Jve Oak.'Tel 3622588OPPORTUNITV 10. Communicable diseases the I KENNETH E. SMITHFARMERS I
'Broken. .tip. -- ,
child has had. I f t.
FOIL SALE-HOUSE and f-acres- w nAR.., 11. Health of both. parents (good, -......
near Jasper. Only 6000. Small for full lime Raw fair poor). r '
tobacco allotment See W. L. Bryan leigh Business (fn'Hamilton; County 12. If one or both parents are dead .
792-4351 or) Robert Ehlert, 792- or Jasper.. Products sold here give date of death. :
4491 Reg. Real Estate Brokers tf over 40 years Car necessary No j' 13. Direction to the home (from 1 1I
cash investment required. For per school) For the best in protection and coverage; For the
FOB VALE 1963 International venal] Interview write Sales Manager Each child will be given a Health
Truck. 16 ft metal body for live Rawleigh FAC-150-302. Memphis I I Blank which win be filled out by his t't most"reasonable 'rates and For the most. liberal ad .

stock or general hauling. In new Tenn. A24c family physician; or the county A Itt, justmentt-buy'your. ,
ca>dltlon. Selling to settle estate. I Health Department. Appointments
Irma Johnson 419 E. Duval St. UOU8E FOR SALE INJASPER) will be necessary at the Health De
Uv Oak Fo 2-1564. AprillOc Only 2000. See W. L Bryan, partment. Phil Slivers switches roles from comedian on his Saturday'night ? JAIL INSURANCEfrom
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491 I CBS television# show to Candy vateufe role slather of.
twin 2-year-old daughters and Cathy. Phil gives the
FOR BALE Reg. Real Estate. Broken. tf youngsters some pointers on fire prevention and safety from the
1. ,Sewing :Machine 1111.. 15.00 I FILE GUIDESMIMEOGRAPH Junior Fire Marshal Mtgazine. This spring more than L5 million -
1 Upright Freezer ......., 125.00 boys and girls In the Junior Fire Marshal program, a pub JONES INSURANCE
1 Chev. 54 model ........ 7500 lie service activity sponsored by The Hartford Insurance Group AGENCY
1 .......1..16.00'' In elementary schools across the country, are carrying out a No
Refrigerator PAPER assessments, dues or gimmicks .. ........ 792-2921
............. 32.00 SPECIALIZED HELP special campaign to survey community fire and accident causes.
1 Typewriter The and movie Just
White and Colors popular TV performer's twin daughters have good insurance! Jasper Florida
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1% 11. P .M tor ......1..125,00 't FOR THOSE MOSTViefcjUlattei been named honorary Junior Fire Marshals.'
See above at Wonder.Bar: A17p.t SEVtWLDWENLD I THE JASPER NEWS f

JA)8T'- WHITE-FACE!: HEIFER I'' :::=: f'REErJ. :
CALF weighs 250! pounds. Last : : ; : >J < ; .
sign seen south of Jasper near Pete .,:, .'J.1.: ..K... t"5 i \ I .,,. ., : ; i .4: P' :14 "H.
Cull 794-3940Ivlfham RJ.UUfIu ...;. . .. .3
Deal f arnu, at )fO : -" .
aad Service for I J. .' .
lew Repair* ( .
Deae will pay.,tor, trouble, lipHOZ ..... ..... .. .1' w ,i't
f" ; snakes, all modsi*. he : : :
.... FOR am'or; BOOMS by > ,'Bear 't. .i :1 t. ; .: : : :
day '!week,':or.''.month..',,Alapaha, lie Akse1; 0.> 1f&" .!7, N. : : .: : I ; .
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Motel: *? "tfo UkaMee,.I'Ia. I ''. .,. ." '.7J '. '- 'i '. ." ... )Jo\!,-.. 1'1' I : ';.
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DEEP, WELLS FROM 4" TO 40" :. ':
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Will Drill by the foot or will Contract; V *.* '

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Eager.Road .. Valdosta. ,:, :; \, 1 }- TTJs statement Is presented as evidence pins to guarantee the ftiUmnmyA of Its '1' v.t .Is ,
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,; 'r. ::7"of the size, strength and financial pro obligations. We are mindful of the con '. t ," .
Cr4. 2-5084 Day or CH 2-5289 Night, Collect > ';. < :. of National In 1963.Total fidence In ; y' i '
,. .. ., .. .. .,. i Cress Liberty placed 1Ia by our polky- '. :
; .Kl" '. 'i .' r', /,,'0.; resources of over $429 minion are con- owners and pledge our continued efforts (:, ':'.. '.

4" Well -2.50perfoot r ,"" V.V,'} .?.; .. ,r. "ti .. servstlvely Invested, and the company to provide efficient,honest and rellahl*; ", "I !>' I ,

i"\; .' .... .. ., ::,. has over $46 million of capital and stn service. .' w ,
6" Well 3.50 per foot "' 1t4'; s ;.. .. t' 'i. ;' t
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8" Well 2.50 per foot plus casing?, '1.1\( \ 'vt.r* '*- ,.". "> ,::f. \' ,. TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE $2.681,432,761 1 : :- '.'.

10" Well 3.50. foot plus casing'. .i* I 1963 INCREASE IN INSURANCE IN FORCE $226,230,123 ,. ._'. .\... :. .
per .' '
'. & ; ,1963 INCREASE, IN RESOURCES $35,999,693 .1. .. :

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ASC. F .H.,. A. and V. A.. .APPROVED (f' "' :-. I. ___..It..d and 'Inwnd R..I tats Mo..........................................'' $2 ,751.lt'! .CC .
1' .', ., .' U. S.Qoveniimnt Bends n4 N.U........................................... 89.42.66S / ..
... ---- .... -- ,- ". Tlttal U.So ObllaaUofl'..............,........................................... .$Ioa.1SZ.255.05I \
Fa s ,Other Real l CttJt Mwt<.f.............. ........,.... ........I..NN.N.N.. 21,855IJ..7 :
F Public unity Bonds...................:!...,............"..........................., Ii'i '
CUto an4. Municipal! ..U................................................. 11,2U.Nl.17 f
.. ...,...., ...... ; Other ...d..s................................,..................................... u,184.IOt.OS i 'r :' .4
,J ': "' \ l' Policy Uana.................................................................... 29,7114442 lit..\,'
.. ''' &o.t:........ .. ." { < r.> '. CoM,..,Occupied Hsal Kstste..................................................... a,177,hIwaIN' C.... : .J
t. '" ntd'' ': : 1 \ I 1..C..IIt.... EIta.. ............... 1.w7 I i t.
tal" '\ ., Cnh..... ............... 2.1ee.7 + { ". ...:.p
,I ,StocU....urcu..NN..N..N..N..N.N.N..NN..NNN.NN. .............. ',.90 4 ) .
Other R e s _......... ..- "j 1 "I .
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J R.serws to Gulraatel tbI1ppUone ls htkywa ts,............................... $31 1: CI ."
., ,MITEI, 'i;.' "I/ capital aN ......hs(f.2S0.000..arw M,..)..................................... "'1A.7.QI2.. '': .aI ..... .n,.
; .. n; r Total Hotel for... cUe of Rolkysams............................._.<.... =42Jlsoral td fi'"'. ,' '..
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ti1 ', .. '"h"f, .' f'tr.; I com....,and He tarried with.them. '. They were on television Mondayon I I. Bottom Farm was the I. all went ups:la Allendafe,*S..", ofMiami'. .Is an,excellent student

." ',) .I At supper He took the bread and Channel' at one o'clock and 'scene of the semi-o mal party for I C The Kalayrs hav jnanyfrUpdsi i, and really tops $F-S.U. They are
1: t" : .'Jj, ..r./" '" .. .-...,..J, ; broke it'and blessed It!-then they, Cave a goodf.performance.. the Jennings seniors, an annual af: In Jasper wWVti.-fce( ) Interested" t .fcH,'rrandcWldmiif )MraFred (Annie)
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Jesus I faIt started several by hear that KarenJoins party, qtr '
r I Ilmew-it was ; 41 '. years ago ( Cason.t"j; oJ. .,.
of this they said '"Did' There is'health and gladness In Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter Havener. I students from"- Ohio :17.-early! In;the,, ..: ;
not our hearts burn within ua as, these spring days-enough for ali I The\ hostesses .this occasion I summer for 'a-flve weeks- tour In
i'dt6t.k I He talked with us by'the way!' ': :' i ,, March 19th. were Mrs. Walter Ha Russia. '
'. I; ".w the?',looked, and the stcne vener Miss Inez McCall. and Mrs. 1 .
: :The first runoff of the Orange: was roBed away." Joe Howell The entertainment and I Mrs. ttMloin.r"( vias quite

.: Q Dessert Contest an annual affair,i 'fun was directed by Mrs. Russell busy Wednesday1,morning prepar. i1pSNU
sponsored by the Florida Citrus i, )tra. Adina Simpson spent last A1l: < ., IiVbHyr IT.r.litsatI Commission and four utility companies. -' week at ,the Medical Center in moment"As dren, Tom and Call ,She expects
took place in Madison Mar,I I IIX I.Gainesville with the little grandsonFreddie" they arrived the guests registered O. L. and,Joan and children. this f.
I for the Tallahassee area. Mrs.L. and the names put into a box weekend mto t
Mshaffey, son of Mrs
'J the bird
"Faith is that feels the I Y. seek Jesus of Nazareth who was .'
I *Woodward of Perry got first Jackie Brady. The little boy is at and later drawn. The lucky couplewas .5.. R
and I aRa
light tags when the dawn ii crucified. He Is risen I lie is not 1Ay I
place with' her "Florida Dream Glenda Wheeler and Ferrel
till dart" Robihdranath,Tagore' here. Behold the place where they home now and much Improved. It is with humbler grateful hears
Boat" Mrs. Ulma Braswell camel i S. Burnham. Each Senior was givena
that "thank to Suwan
earJ.Y laid Him. we say you"
Very in the morning on the : in for second place with her eclairs : s memory book, compliments of
: the
Dairy having
:first day'at the week Mary Mag.oatene "And two of them went the same f (orange cream puffs). The have Junioryl'oman's an-annual Charity dub of Valdosta Ball the Tenth Grade girls I I I I to close business on the Lord's courage Day
and Mary the mother of day to a viHage called Emmaus The "balloon blowing"I contest
\ The winner Mrs. Woodard next We hear that other businesses' in
to provide shoes and clothes for :
James and Salome.having bought and talked, together of all the things ,goes to Paradise Park for the second needy children. The Shoe Club was won by Carolyn Porter and I Jasper will . sweet anoint of that had happened the last few Wayne Hurst. Miriam
spkes to the body contest. The finals are always' Howell won business both in colored I
on Sunday
and Clothes Closet. T hey go at It ;
Jesus, came early to the,tomb. days in Jerusalem 4. i held in St. Petersburg iti in the "Drawing the Beetle" com ,
I town and business district
in earnest and creat'laUsfac the up-
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They worried tho.;.even 'as they And Jesus drew near and went !'ti., .' *;. petition. town. All work that needs to be
hasted. "Who shall roll us away with them. But their eyes were "Beauty (knows to say "Enough There was exciting interest in done can: be wen taken care of \
the stone,tram the door of the sepulchre holden and they knew not it was barbarism W clamors for more." telegram writing, using the I letters within the six work days
? You know it Is large and Jesus. He asked them what they .- I ITagore. I. We understand that Mrs Clarence EASTER, E C G S.Sybil "'! I
Howe Karl Minor is and
heavy." 'TBut when they looked were talking about that made them ( ) up Johnson got that prize. Mr, Hill C. Lewis of Atlanta
"Behold the stone was rolled away,' so sad .and they told Him all the Mrs. John Thlgpen and Mrs Annie 'about after an accident last weekI ) The prizes were in keeping with drove down to the city accompanied -

They entft.ed'the tomb and-saw things that had been happening.When Cason of New Port Richey came I which bad while]It painful enou&h,.wun't the season-Easter cgs and toys by Miss Thelma Lewis on Mor-- k..tt p.an s, di.
as as sounded at first. Per.
a young man clothed in white sitting they got nearly home Jesus up last weekend visiting and at- The most hilarious game was the day. They will return, to Atlantaat RUahlta STAMP fr.rn the
., on the right side and they were made as If to go and they said tending to business: They had dinner .haps a day said' back night In her the hospitaland "hat parade." Each couple was given the end of the week where Thel .ry ssll.el t. tl..sy
afraid.. He said "Do not be afraid. "Abide with us-the day is nearly] Saturday with Mrs. C. B. Hat quite soon to routine I a newspaper and some decora ma will be for a few.more days'atIahwry Iaa..lRI
[All ,of which her
pleases Jasper
rlson. Don Arlen Thigpen. a student tions. The young lady was to make Hospital. I eaalltr RURBrR .
at F.S.U., was over Tuesday I friends. . the' hat and hr escort tn model It. -....'"_:' frAMPS raccwUy huh t*'
I for a short time. Barbara Jo Henderson and Tom 7** years sad years
I Mrs. Clayton A.,Avriett is ill In t
my McCulley and Elaine MvCulley -
Ice Makers (, !'Mrs. Hacker of Cross City! .is I I The late Mr. J. M, Caldwell br 'and Mike Register carried off the Hamilton. County,. '. Hospital.w h here. : b.lw raw a nie, at prie.. foe. (
I ; what
:and of The the prizes for this.A y.a wesld.eel..salt'
owner publisher
| spending few years Mr. Mendelson and Don
a days'with her dau-i Young .
MB** N '
f.r I Jasper News:'Is In the news again bowl of gum was provided for. pay
r Rater, Mrs. J. W. Kelly out at the Arlen Thlgpen, fraternity brothersat Ctmt hi aWBUBBXX ..
YORK i I As he is 'remembered.' Caldwell the evening-and 'parking board' see as .q
Forestry Center. F.S.U. In Tallahassee, visited Mr STAMP ...d.s .
WHIRLPOOL FRIGIDAIRE I . I was a forceful character and, The party rooms were decoratedin I and Mrs. C. B. Harrison and Mrs. ah*
4 f ''Mrs. J., E. Shepherd recently writer and was,often) quoted. the class colors: -lavender and Graham Black the past Tuesday afternoon e : lll. el
: ROSS TEMP F(Joined her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Al I In an article In The Tampa Tribune white; Centering' the refreshmenttable Don Arlen tells friends MARKING DKV1CCS fes>

,; -- Sale and Service ley of Ocala en a visit to Mrs Ann of March 13. 1964. he Is quotedin was a candle tree of white here that his 'cousin, Gail Spring, ..rrI.Aaw ..N Maw I
Lee Alley, associate dean of wes. his story of'the river steamboat candles and lavender flowers The daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ed Spring,
leyan college In "The Madison" Mr. Caldwell was cakes were iced In lavender-the
r STORE Macon
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', ,. reminiscing when he wrote the article bread for the open face sandwiches -
"Mrs '0. C.: RatliflTs 'home never 50 years ago. The events took was lavender, VOTERS!
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION looked lovelier than on Friday, place a century ago. There were nuts and mints anda THANKS,
March 20, when she The "Madison" owned and operated bowl of delicious punch: -and all
415 S. patterson' Phone 242-8257 Garden Club. Dogwood entertained and double the by'' Cap James M. Tucker. about were Easter eggs bunnies, I I'am deeply' and,humbly grateful to the peopleof

VALDOSTA white azaleas were used t made round, trip weekly up the and little .acb-the spirit of Hamilton County for'having allowed me to be
out therooms lovely Suwannee from Cedar Key to Ella- Spring was everywhere.
Especially ]; the 'nominee for re-election to the office of '
was the jnantle In vIDe in 1850! and before. It carrieda 555 come
.-------- - - --with a huge arrangement the dining in room.n'. 'I load of mel'cl1and1se-whlch was Mr and Mrs. Walter Earl Carter Supervisor: ,of Registration without opposition. To a
exquisite old teardroPvueorIn '! traded to the settlers' for money (Bud and Sylvia) of Orangeburg, each of sincere thanks ,
sat venison hams, cowhides, deerskins S. C, adopted little you goes my
glass, a boy three
on one end and
To The Voters ., QL by a white figurine' of the balanced Good tallow beeswatf honey, chickens weeks old Wednesday afternoon at '" I In carrying out the responsibilities of f this office
hogs and,bees. three o'clock. The
Shepherd eggs delighted par
s. suggesting the
f I shall be'ever mindful of responsibilities'and
message Easter Mr. CaldweQ said the large ocean ents are naming the. little boy, my
Hamilton Dr. Connell, professor oT Biology going steamboats never excited "Mack Lewis.." continue to serve: with honor and courtesy to
County at Valdosta: State spoke to the more interest than did the Madison all. ,
club on "Birds and Their Mating to us scattered crackers along the Mrs. Lurline Johnson spent last
Habits" Suwannee river, before the advent weekend with her friends Mr. and Sincerely.
why they
sings, etc"
The necessity of preparing this year's tax roll, Camel is a retired navy officer of the railroad or the beginning of Mrs. L, F. Kalmar of Savannah. \ ANN C. MALPASI "

which begins the first of April, will hinder my opportunity and teaching la his choice work. the Confederate War." The daughter Karen was at home \ ',) 'i I'
of visiting all of our voters. It is respectfully A window In Mrs. Ratliff dining I When the Confederate War begin, from Emory University and they '
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room brought the garden inside and I Capt. Tucker raised a company of :J J.-I".xr-:1 ., ::
that consideration be for this fact
requested given me even. he spoke birds were quiteat Confederate solders and took them
and that in no way does it diminish the appreciative home on the bird house outside. aboard the boat. TO THE VOTERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY

feeling of letting me serve as_your Tax Assessor. MSri Ratliff has done nice landscaping The boat was Anally sunk in Old .... ,
on her large tot Thrift Troy Springs presumably lest she ":\\tJ'. "
I hope that the equity of assessments of our present border the lot white next is a row fan into the hands of the Yankees Cecil A. .1 r .:,r
roll shows to the public the fair, businesslikemanner of milk and wine lilies to later During the war her boilers .were Kennedy .: :
bloom. Then there is the quietude I,removed, split open lengthwise, canred
In which the mechanics of the office are con.: of the pine grove while at this time I t othe seacoast and used in the .I

ducted I It is my intention to continue a common sense the azaleas are demanding the manufacture of salt" which the ,CANDIDATE FOR THE:FLORTOA SENATE ,
method of land appraisal. spotlight. South needed desperately. FROM THE SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT; :
Back Inside-the dining. table Those sinking the Madison in Old j' k(,.
During this tenure of office, it has ,been was covered with a gorgeous Troy Springs "E.: J. Davis, John tJ//would like! \to tell) you how much ;
my broidered cloth made by the M. Caldwell (narrator) ''and Joab
pleasure to instigate improved methods of office procedure -.' ass 'and her only daughter: em-I Ward ran the Madison Into the I appreciate all the,encouragement the.

such as the mailing of exemption applications, Art Roberta of Groveland. On Spring pulled out her plugs' and citizens,of Hamilton County have given -
table was the crystal punch bowl sat there and watched her till she since I've entered this senatorial
maintaining card files and subdivision plat files the ,, "
and the large vase:of double white rested on the bottom.
completion of aerial photo files, re-tracing wall maps azaleas, A plate of chicken salad I S. mce. I have been overwhelmed and

of Jennings, Jasper and White Springs for clarification and cake'' was served with the GABATVELL SMITH pleased by the solidarity my, neighbors
purse). Garden Clubbers and guests ..Miss Linda Carswel' of TttttahM- here have shown in this campaign. The
and the completion of confidential file for intangible I
a lingered for the social hour, see and Mr Micky Ray Smith of
tax returns. The new additions have been . Jasper were married Sunday after help of every person in'Hamilton County

welcomed and used by all of our citizens. It is my desire "'be greed for fruit misses the noon. March 23 at the Presbyter. is needed if we are to win."

flower" -Tagore Ian Church in Valdosta. It was a All of you join me, I am sure, in
to continue the improvement of all facilities in I quiet wedding with only the families
the Assessors office for maximum efficiency.You A'business' session preceeded the and close friends attending. viewing with alarm the steady decrease ,
program at the Garden dub The I I Mr Joel Smith of Valdosta was in our gasoline sales which has been ,

are cordially invited to visit your Assess same officers were re-elected: his brother' best man The bride's caused by the completion of Interstate .,1.:'
Office with the that business Walter Havener, presidnt only attendant was her Mend Mil '
ment knowledge your Mrs, May Curry Vice President. Linda Atkinson of Tallahassee.The Route 75. What this doe to the coun .
discussion will be confidential, or jus to pass the Mrs.; O. C. Ratliff, Secretary groom Ii the son of Mr. and ty in direct loss of revenue is inestim '.W'

time of day. Mrs. Ponce Sandlin'S., Treasurer Mrs Elza Smith of Jasper and Is able. This steady decrease: is also affecting
associated with his father in the
I do appreciate the many telephone calls the Terry Blair eight year old building business. our secondary gas tax return.

letters, and the words of encouragement, and by these ter o fMrs. Barbara Joe daugh-I I I The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Last September ((1963, Hamilton County collected 44306.92
granddughter of Mrs. Brock Vernon W, Thomsen' of Tallahassee, on the 632,956 gallons of gasoline sold. The February, 1964 report -
I feel that I have
.omewhat.lived up to the expectations won the Junior Loving Cup In the She chose for her wedding a white .
of our citizens to the best of my ability.I Madison County Talent Show Satur linen sheath with a little face veil from the Florida Revenue Commission Indicated that 19821.06

day, March 2L' which was sponsor and her nosegay was of white car, was collected from the sale of 283,158 gallons of, gasoline.. This i.a is
I respectfully solicit your vote and support in ed by the Lee Community Club. nations. : decrease of 349,798 gallons in six month time. -
the May Democratic Primary.F. Terry captured her audience when The young couple are at present I, :,
she sang "He's' Got the World in occupying the Kenneth Scaff apartments 1.75 is slowly drying up all the 'businesses along U.S.-41. r;

KENNETH,TUTEN His people Hands.in the There Junior were Division 12 young and 45555 We are getting some of the northbound traffic yet. But when 1.75 "

eight in the older croup.; J "Wealth is the.burden of bigness, is completed all the way'south to Wildwood this July, the northbound

-....-.__ ...- _. Welfare the fulness of being"
--- _.. ---- traffic' will also decrease.
e" w5 w nil. a ed7, CJlb cd7'A""" p CdlCJlL fdTg p ldTNTC I : 'Tagore.. It. .

Vote For. and Re elect If we had been represented' by (fa from this
i\\ Mr. and. Mrs.J. V. McCall had. .strong senator' I! /,
guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. district e"couJd_ have fought ,the location of tf.is federal highway

: ;.. ; Rupert Walters I and I family of which parallels U.S.-4I and we:,would not find ourselves in thisposition

\ ":. \QI ton Sneads and,,Mrs Florida: Wattford Mrs.' Laura of Cypress Nor, today. Just look at,a .map, of'1-75. It runs:' practically '45 .e\1; t

riarryKe Florida.: Coming for Sunday were degrees ,through Hamilton County* !' .u"t t'n,1 r '1

Dr. and Mrs.Loean; Jennings and
daughter'Jennifer and Dr. -J. V. Now, to be sure, there are: more,:cars' coming t rou'ap i Ham'tj r

| County Superintendent of Schools db McCall all of Daytbna. Beach. Miss ilton ,County than ever ,before I 'want your help in establishing

Myrtle Jennings Iltncocfc of Jacksonville and vigorous program to get a perc.entageof these travelers to'stop and fJtl> '
Mrs. Frank and Patricia
patronize our, 'service stations, our restaurant.I'motels and -other':''facilities. '..

The next four the of Palatka. to be imoctant
$( years are going most -' e . Won't'you help me In thi 'egort ; t : :}

'-':w years in the educational history'of:Hamd this The week Methodist was well Lymen's attended.meeting Dr. 'I I need your help, In planning for, the future i of". I amiltotht i .: ; ;,

} :ilton County. We. ,stand on the threshold of, A Ar .Fred Tuesday Mkkler spoke Juds Monday McCormick evenIng County: Together, wen, turn this temporary/setback into aniad%'I t: .v '
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B!! vantage. We are ideally locatedwith". road and its proximity to '
Wednesday Mr. e Pennington.
great opportunity ;toward'quality education for Thursday evening there was the MO, to be.able to) attract; industry;'here._ 'If. we* work' together\ rwe":?r'r:

3 our boys and girls, jj jjfe Christian community;Church.service i Friday at the at Advent noon can in the long run prosper. *#. '. WL.' : '" ..:"-\.

there will be services' at the First More and more businesses will seek to locate in our area.
EXPERIENCE to develop. this opportunity 6 Dniz look of the natural "
.,- Just at some advantages counties have.:: We ;

9 counts. Let us. vkeep',tie man as Super i1- q Mr. and Mrs.''Roy Nsevs of are on the vast, new interstate system..; ,.....,}Ve have good; rail service: ,. .

Longmont Colorado: ;. are spending an abundance of good labor:, and a fine climate. Just moment '::
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j tendent .,ho ;.isfqualified: ,and has this ex- ''part of their vacation,here- at the now and think of the major markets. We are within' over :.
home of Mr. add r. Frank M.
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time "I trip St. Petersburg they,wiU spend and other sometime cities.: at In the days and Wexks ahead I look',,forward'to seeing all of' "
Now is NO to change! Support and vote for
,They came here about nine years you. I hope to discuss these) problems.) and our future here in Ha "
I ago with their daugrter-uvlaw Lucflle .
milton County.
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,J tiP. C Qyft J\. I. ;J ft'.J: S 6 wJAS FLORIDA L'f ,
I &.1W .&.d>. -!n1 than tour annual hutsalrnerrbdue
: :: 'l;( '- : WHITE SPRINGSn, CLUB.MET J JI FNQ"Eu" e ;SerVice. t t ik r Groye 1 Farm-Storage: 'I'loan ort namstr the first charted anniversary attfaTateot,4percentpe ottho

II'r ;" ; oirrby c/oojr. : I ulaA1UJQ: -cs led the meeting 1 Loans ran onIn. '.
,, 41 ', 1 ., to order.., Rheba, .Morgan gave the The day .known In general religious waa asked to partake la-the.special facility II pali: '" t. 0#
t ,services with churches of Jean- .' bflaoqtpas, tat fJfr.
I M ,L. PowellLast devotion. After the 'American society M Easter, will soon I the : "Available Dew frolntt out It not
pledge, 4-H, pledge, and the Lord's be upon us.' It.wlfl.be marked by,lings, Florida. The one who asked lor farmers la
Prayer, the secretary tailed the pedal pagcnts.*sunrise servicesand I me plainly admitted 1*knew there "*" week we were discussing the 10000.00 four such scholarships roll ant read the previous month's sermons. The church bulk ngs:I I was no authority for such practice .farriers tor.the plIJ'Iocha.e far
UU.J'H1"s crop
co-operative venture* necessary In could be established. minutes.! of the, community, will be full to;: His only defense was he just thought blto'cilitie id wbfcji to store 1 miat stortge aDd blans., Tp take fuel)
order to set in motion a D.C.T. At the present time 211 students overflowing. Many: of those who I: !it was good. Listen tot thfl prop grain and soytean cmper4 a>ail t I ot gralru sop : \
'.(Diversified cooperative Training) coming from 40 different Florida Paula our, president, announcedthe will come have not been since I I bet. "There .is a way that swetneth able through the local ASCS office I advantage of-CDC, It price Is support
I necessary
program In the Jasper High School counties: and, attending the Florida following eventr.: 4-H August Xmas or possibly the past Easter. j right unto men but the end thereofare according to an announcement by loans on grains bave his commodity .
next fall. This weep.ue would Jikq :State; yhlversity; Tallahassee, onSouthern 17-21, Fashion Show on April 24 The ref&oua atmosphere about us the ways of death. Proverbs 14: Wallace Deas, Chairman, Hamilton)I'that the farmer storage'tacuity.
to explain another cooperative'venture Scholarship and ResearchFoundation at Jasper., Annual Awards,nlte on has been,.filled with preparations' 1?. Paul says the Bible will furnish County ASC Committee. Program i! in an adequate of, good on-the-farm
that would really mean a wonderful scholarships at the present April 11, and Public Speaking Con:: The Newspapers have said muchof I 1 IU' unto every good work II Tim 3: regulation have been revised I[The erection enables. farmer to, place
opportunity for several Hamilton time F. S. U. is the only instl test and Demonstration.. Day' unde- Lent; publishing what they felt] 1&-1T For something to be good it which change the provisions as,to storage his In good storage and obtain
County: boys and girls over along tutlon working with 'this program. cided. were timely articles of a devotional -, must first be scriptural. Peter writes making loans.I loan crop at harvest time when market
period of yean yet to come. We feel that this .is a'wonderful opportunity The Club members voted to have nature which have a bearing on if any man speak, let him speak loan I I a be more favorable. The
I I Under the facility program prices may
This matter concerns the possibility for the people of Hamilton a bake sale at the Folk Festival on the season. Recipes have been published t as the oracles of God. 1 Pet. 401.: I commodity loan
burrow to 80 per OCC price support
of setting up one or more scholarships County Jo' close ranks and Join Saturday May 2.Deh9rah in keeping with the time. I Again the Holy Spirit directed I II farmers may the unerected up delivered program and the farm storage facility
In co-operation: with Southern forces to'make' possible one or Allison. Reporter But while our neighbors are engaged John to write 'Whosoever trans-'. cent of facility loan combine to make'eI'Y'
Scholarship and Research Foundation more of these scholarships. Wa.do: In all this, the services here 1 t I J gresseth and abideth not in the doctrine cost: of the movable bUShel of storage I a.\ useful program tool in the development -
and local Hamilton County organizations want to emphasize the fact that tills will be no different on that Sunday i.I I of Christ hath not God. If'J': or 50 percent per of orderly marketing.
and Interested citizens. program; Is to be.' county wide 'In Local Items.' : .:. than any other time, This Is not be- we leave the doctrine of Christ capacity, whichever Is smaller Details of the farm storage facility -.
Briefly the Southern Scholarshipand scope and it does not matter whereIn cause we Jeplie.acred things. or.I then it is plain that God Iii! The loans *;un for not more than loan be obtained
) Research Foundation program' the county the prospective scholarship Mr. Woodrow Crews spent ;the particularly.find joy in being completely not' with us; and It 'God is not,, five years from the date of disburse from the program Hamilton County ASCS
goes something like this j.The foundation candidate' may come provided past weekend In Warm Springs, Ga different..Nor can it be said with us what can be look; forward ''me t. They may be> repaid In not office, Jasper, Florida. '
thoughcontributions! he meet the prescribed criteriafor lie visited .his nephew Landy that we reject the resurrection of [ toT Please read 11 John 9-11.1 I
| en- the scholarship. We, expect to Deaner, who Is a patient there. Christ That is one of the foundations I I I If you wish to study the history) r
4 |dowments, grants I pursue with vigor the possibility of' Landy, wishes to thank his many of our' faith in Christ. Our reason -:I tot| such days as Easter and Christmas have to aak'maiVand not God for DUPLICATOR:
d i and other gifts setting up one or' more, of,'these friends and relatives who.sent.him for abstalnlntftnssn all this can you will have to go to secular,your Instructions:: If you believe the
[proposesto; ; build scholarships for: worthy, Hamil- cards and.letters.. be simply statedtthere'Is no Scriptural .I I history.. Divine history .is as silentas Bible to be,the word of.God, you PAPER
I rent' free build- tort\ County students. atthe, earliest -- .-- .. authority f for the church i!I the tomb on such practices.: If must see the necessity of abiding :
(ings'or dormltor- possible moment. We hope to be practicing such festivals. The only i you wish to know how to observe I by it. Kenneth E. Thomas, Box THE JASPER NEWS..
+ I tee on Southern; able'to' place a student'under' this program. day set aside for the church Is lenten season, you will like the wise 226, Jennings, Florida. .
.versltv, cam- program in the fall' trimester of 2. A sincere desire for a college "first day of the week" every first I ..... _. '. .. .. : :. '- -". = "
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I pawl i I'>forwortYacademically school this year%To this end we will education. day. This day comes 52 times .
J tal be.askinr'foee assistance'In'this.endeavor 3.. Financial'inability to attend year and Is the time when Christians ,
:e atudents who, meet, certain in the very near uture.The .- 'college'' without. outside. assis are to assemble "to break "
prescribed conditions. With an an- Jasper,Lions Club is taking: tance. bread" end "lay by In store as God, NOTICEDTO L
nual Investment of $500.00 per the iniatlye' In,spearheading the 4. Sterling Characteras,, certifiedto has prospered" them. Acts 20:7: :
year for. five years >an individual: poaJWlty' establishing'and,aM Implementing by, the school.faculty) Principal 1 Cor. 18::1-2. Besides that, the New
r t .group of Individuals': 'an'organlzan this!#?proposed I "scholarship minister and otherS *, Testament condemns observanceof
or group' co-operating organ! ;' "' "' \ Willingness to share cooperatively special days and seasons. "Ye ob
rations can,establish an annual continuing However.: ;ithlj cfub.Vifl f : asking in,the household ,duties serve days, and months, and times, I JASPER CITY TAXPAYERSAll :
.scholarship..Valued ,at an /for. the,assistance, 'of other clubs Involved in the effective, functioning and years, I am afraid of you, lestI
( anal'savings of about $600.00 to fcnd'organisations.throughout, the of the housing unit.' have bestowed upon you labor In Taxes for the 1963 both Real : :
the selected student. This scholarishlp county in this matter. We are sure : A short run down of the comparative vain" read Gal. 4::1 -1L year ,
would run for approximately that'this club is not nearly-so interested expenses ff.those attending! R., How the Catholio church must rejoice I and personal will become delinquent '1.I
30 years or then expected. )life I ,of.the in who gets the credit for S. U. under the Foundation Scholarship secretly to see the so-called ,1 April .
cottage built. the establishment of this scholarship and those who, are POt. fs as Protestant world cease'its protest
For 2500.00: one such scholar- 'as It Is In seeing to it that some follows I against. Romanism and little by I There will be interest charged} after April 1
-....,--...., worthy, Hamilton ,County boy'or Costs for regular students!are in .little adopt and adapt the pagentry : ,
LOW, INTERESTLQ girl ;may.receive .the'..benefit of a the first column and lot Founda- I which'she)introduced hundreds of I and advertising$ costs, if necessary advertise
3 r college education'that'he' erf she tion studentsIn: the second column. ,years; ago also"' without scriptural .
G1:..w..rD. .I might not otherwise vet;!.Thereforewhenyom Registration .............. $113 $uJ; authority. This and other days observed | '
.r. >f yaur.c. ub is approach Room ..i............... 110 none by the majority of the protestants Everyone Is urged;:to have( .all City Taxes paid i .
LOA1a ed on this matter won't:' you please Food ...H..h.I..h..... 184 106 and Catholic churches is increased'costs '
'11 give! ft \'eryJ cartful ;:attention. and Books ......... ...........' 4040> given Just enough "Christian flavorto | before ,April: 1, 1964, to avoid ,
.. Thru the. corwideratlonr{ I**. Laundry ..s..........,.. 17 none make it appear acceptable to 1 It
FEDERAL LAND '$A 1LLive 'We'feel l'that'lrw o u l ci' Mall service h.h......: 1 none the world. But true Christians have | which, accompany, leg.1.Collection procedures. ;

.'Oak r 77620523: youto( tmowtM criteria bpp01f'which' errors not ceased of Rome to protest as well as against the error the | is not the intention of the City Council to allojI :
v- prospective: l scholarship studentsare TOTALS ............... $461 $258 X
Land'BanK' selected There are five (criteria, This amoUnts to a saving of $203 of the protestant denominations. after' 1/1964 with '
Federal taxes to April
I that prospective candidates'must each 'trimester. We feel that this Therefore there wfll be no special' I delinquent., run :
services,held this church which I I
ASSOCfATJOflr- !meet. Is a'real opportunity and challengefor by;* :
's : meets .at Oak Grove. 1 out taking necessary; steps: for collection.
Jr 1 Academic excellence as evl- Hamilton County citizens to give ,
t E1W/OA I I denced by honor grades in high fine and excellent assistance to One final' note may serve, to a-1!t 1\' '
'311 South"Ohio"At'&e i L school*or.Junior college an4. a some of our own boys and girls and waken some to the seriousness of 1I I f CITY OF JASPER
F score of 400 or better on the we trust that we shall make the this open and admitted departure .
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PAGE SIX : : L": ,. Co ;THE JASPER NEWS ,.' JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, March 17, 1964

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t I ... -=-o" Jennings ;HigIfSchool 1 I I' WHITE SPRINGS 500th Circle K' Club ONE' KILLED, FIVE INJURED 'IN I

; to RU.SNIAIL News I I' 'NEWSby I Chartered Feb. 1 AUTO \WRECKS HERE' THIS 7(WEEK

," Mr. Mmry CoIl_
4' C y MRS ROYCE EUDY HONORED The 500th Circle K'club, locatedon John David Crosby, 20,'of White Olan C..Garrett'am!)Corp Kenneth
A miscellaneous shower was glen EASTER EGO HUNT I camp of Washburn University Springs was killed and three other Reeves Highway Patrolmen, and
Editor. last Friday night for Mrs. Royce There win to an Easter Egg Huntat ', Topeka; Kansas, was chartered passenger hospitalized as a result Deputy Sheriff RusseD Rhoden.
the .. Eudy. The party was given at the the Methodist Church Saturday in special ceremonies. Saturday of running off the road in a 1954 I I According to their report the
l r home of Mrs. Pollock.' Her home evening at 3 pan. for the Primary : evening, February ,1. acc- CMC pickup truck Wednesday night driver, Carroll Yvonne Stephens ofIluntIvi1Ie.
\ was very attractive with spring I and Junior passes Miss Anne Den crdljij:; to Gel Julian C.Wocd. President The others Involved were David Alabama 17 was using-
flowers the coffee table and T-V lei and Mrs;.Cora HlDhouce in of the Kiwanis Club of Jasper
-- on are Ifowey of Lake City, who was taken ,the car, a 1963 Cadillac without her
A Hostesses for this occasion were'charge. Anyone who wishes to help The Kiwanis Club of Jasper [;JOns- to Jasper Hospital Clark Collins guardian's
uncontrolled permission and
It isnt laws we need. It Is enforcement pilgrimages. movement ors the Circle K Club of North Florida ; I accompanied -
of what'we' have. Unhappily is begun for Jasper Improve I Mrs. C. H. Lee, Misses Kitty Pol may contact them. Junior College at Madison. and David' White ''both of White : by Mlchaelllugh Zeanah 17
some, of us' live beside old ment. That we need. lock and Linda Joyce Harrell They The Mndergareten class will have Springs who' were taken first to also of Huntsvllle. and they were
tumble, down ill ,kept buildings.I I That the garbage truck'takes up served coffee Cbkes and cake. their egg hunt at the parsonage.Mrs. Circle K Is a co'lcne: men's servIce Jasper Hospital and then transferred heading for Daytona Beach for the
whose members
Some live by lots piled high with garbage and leaves the one I Mrs. Eudy the former Diane Cro'mer Elsie Goddard Is In charge.:! organization to Lakeshore Hospital In Lake Easter festivities there. She was
{ perform the function the
lone on
received many useful and attractive -I Jtev; Harry Goddard Is preachingthe City, White in serious condition
ok rusted, battered-up cars unfit next door doesn't make sense. campus as does the sponsoring organization was charged with not having vehicle tinder -
for use; and piles and piles of trash I Why are the dogs at target When gifts.S'ILLMILTON'COUNTY Columbia Revival Services this Church week at in in the adult community. according to Highway Patrolman control and using vehicle without
that should be moved. there's,a law, against it? City Methodist John H. de Bolsblanc, freshman, Garrett who Investigated the accident consent. It was a total loss.
TEACHERS Lake Qty Services start at 7:30
He said that evidence showedthe
Drive down some of our side' The mosquitoes are on the rampage at Louisiana State University school '
each night. is invited. Evidence it the
Everyone showed
r four, all in the pick-up,failed
of Law and President of CircleK
streets and note the litter, typhoid at present Is it too soon to JENNINGS FACULTY I I Fourth Quarterly Conference will International, spoke briefly. He to make a curve because of excessive car first left the road on the left
Utter to be sure, germ,Infested,acit work on that angle!
The teachers of Jennings were be held for the White Springs described the chartering as the speed and hit a tree. The side of the travelled portion of the
I. la. And tumble down buildings What I host to the Hampton County Teal -I i j I charge on Thursday April 16 at "attainment of a significant milestone .- truck was a total wreck. The"accident highway and went 375 feet came
And here come the dogs. Gangs can be done there. Surely surelyour chore Association last Tuesday. .1|(7:30: p.m in the sanctuary at White In the career of Circle K Int. occurred three miles north of back) across the roadway at an
of ,them unlicensed, untagged. town council will take action Mr. J, W. DeVane. president of,. Springs Methodist Church. Dr. ernationa' which 'though only 10years White Springs on River Road an angle for 144 feet, ran off on the
Citizens have,alight to their dogs concerning this. Its the forgotten I the called the meeting to John M. Skes.our District Superintendent old has already become< tie unpaved, road, at 9:15 p.m. right safety strip and off into the
but not if they are 'a nuisance to street and lot that needs the help. j I order group and a word of welcome. : will be [in charge iarsesf campus service organlzat. '.t ,. i iOki ., .,, ditch and up on the bank, travelledan
he neighborhood by their howling, I He asked gave Mrs. Russell Alderman,J!I I I The Vacation Bible School Institutes 't'I 'n North America." additional 180 feet before coming
overturned trash cans and filth of Adina Simpson will hold classes for- worioen. Tuesday ftemoon, March 24. to rest, a total distance of 669
who had charge of the inspiration U you can help:with the school; try l>. Homer' I* Johnson of Pitts- at 3:20, about nine miles south of feet. The car turned over at least
to Introduce her students who were Kansas, Immediate Past Governor Jasper on 1-75. 1963 Cadillac
to attend one of these courses: burg going three and maybe, six times in this
fi giving it. She announced a. ead1nI"Hands" Ocala, April IS First Methodist of the Kansas Kiwanis District South, went off the road and distance.
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19" iiv. UNITY in COMMUNITY by Barbara Jo Carter. Gainesville April ZL'First Meth. presented the charter, seriously Injured two teenagers,
It; at GffS f/V JOB DONE ? ; She was accompanied at the pianoby Lake Qty April 30 First Methodist Jim Volt of Washburn Univer the only occupants.. Both passengers were thrown cut
-- -- -- -- -- Glenda Wheeler. This was very Time 10a.m.'to, 2 p.m. verity President of the 500th ckubreceived 'Trooper R. G,Russell administered and sustained serious Injuries and
l fitting for the meeting. Then Mr. the charter"o'behalf of first aid at the'scene, and was I are in Live Oak HospitaL. In critical
I DeVane showed a film "Reawakening" his fellow members and his college assisted In his investigation by condition.SUWANNEE .
which was most Inspiringand Principal J speaker at the charter
HELP ELECT was' Dr. Harold '
helpfuLAlter night ceremony
I, the program; the group E. Sponberg. Pres. of Washburn ., VALLEY' LIFE
went into a business session The University In acknowledge the new
; R. M. "Mitchell" Holcombfor ,following 'was transacted. The, club's presence on the campus Dr UNDERWRITERS, ASSOCIATION
scholarship fund delegates to F.E. THANKS Sponberg said "Circle K fulfills
definite need 'the col Live Oak FloridaThe
A., and news from the F.EA. office not only a on ,
|I lege campus, but In Its dedication to
Mrs Tom, Leslie the Kiwanis principles of service en is service offered the Su ..
your was appointed< Our humble thanks to all for their I hances the realization of citizenship following a public by.
emulative chairman. At the close kind thoughts and help during our responsibilities and Improves wannee Valley Life Underwriters Association. The,
of the refreshments
served. were' I recent unpleasant experience. the moral climate of the entire com Life Underwriter's: Association is'comprised of professional ,
StateSenator (I Rune and Margaret r
The tea table was overlaid with a'' Andrews: munlty. insurance men from many different.com-, '' ,

white cutwork cloth and was most Some 200 people' attend the char panics. 'To belong to the membership is a true sign
attractive with Easter decorations.
There was a large basket withfresh CELEBRATES, BIRTHDAYThis ter night ceremony for the 500th of dedication to this profession that offers so, muchto
past Saturday there was a dub which was held in the Jay-
flowers in it and hidden,near gathering at the home of Mr. Henry hawk Hotel' In Topeka. They included so many millions of people; "The Suwannee
the arrangement was a nest of Ratliff in honor of his birthday, D.. Dean Rhoadf, Fort Valley Life Underwriters Association" covers SU-
eggs and old"Bunny Rabbit" made I:i and also Mr. R. A. Knowles'. by Wayne Indiana, ChaK-ma. of the wannee. Hamilton, Lafayette and Taylor Counties.
of.foil reclined in the shade of the nice outdoor barbecue Kiwanis International Committeeon
flowers watching'the; eggs. This I party.having" Those a present were Mrs. Circle K clubs; James W.'Jut-' "LIFE'INSURANCE IS A ." GOOD BUY."

From The, attractive'arrangement was made I Eva Lee Allison,from Dupont, Ga., nam Emporia Kansas, Trustee of, Whatlripd of a life insurance policy should you own?
'Senatorial by Miss Barbara Pearman. Punch I I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper Mr, and Kiwanis International, who< actedas I 'Each of us has particulars family and business needs
: 17th cakes (in the form of Easter baskets
Mrs. R. A. Knowles, At Marquis, toastmaster for the affair; Chas. I
)and nuts were served to,the and Miss Christine Gregg. R. Portmeyer, a'student at Kansas that can best be met by a life insurance policy or
District group. Henry and R. A. really had a State University, Manhattan I program., Select the plan that answers ,your

Lafayette, Hamilton, were The most whole'helpful.faculty*Special worked committees and-I I I good time unwrapping their gifts. Governor Jack of SmIth Circle Liberal 1<". Kansas, District I I thrift and protection needs. '

&: Suwannee Countiesin are as follows: ,I 1 I Later in the evening all enjoyed Governor; of the Kansas District Kansas of What Company should you choose)
Refreshments Miss Barbara listening to Henry playing the violin Owannls and Kiwanis and Circle There hundreds of
the May Democratic also Mr. Al ,Maujuis playing ; are reputable legal reserve
Pearman, Mrs. Billy Blair Mrs. J. K.'' Officers and past officer fromthroughout
life insurance from which
Primaries W. DeVane and Mrs S. M. Deal Jr the guitar and harmonica. Avery the area. companies you can
,Flowers for the auditorium:Mrs delightful evening; for all choose. It's easy to pick a good one :with which
I the of the late Rev. E. H. Holcomb who b
am son .
Bert Bates. and Mrs. Clayton Brad.ahtw. ,. ,you can do business.
pastored a great number f Chcrchea in this And bOw should select life insurance ?
a agent
haven men and plans foMbe revival! were you
Welcoming ccm mittee-Mrs. Apr B/U SEARS
District for ,I resident in and :; seiORWC
many years. a made Mrs: Chants
:'I die MfcCan. Mrs. Walter Havener Rogers gage I .Qualified agents right herein this community are
'out of the District for 40 yean; so I m'w Jl informed, and. Mr. BWy Blair. the study which was a missionary _dy'and able to serve you and family
as to the needs and problems of the people and the . lesson. At the close of the meeting 1Nl 011VI lRAC[ [oMi your
WAn a social hour was enjoyed.. The CON TO THtH ,It' neernt ,reasonable ,to believe, however, that you
1 7th District 'Now'the time has arrived for the Farmer *, The Woman's Society of ChristIan hostess served cake and coffee. CMC* Its:IN'ANAMeltlAfeCt / I will want ths adVice' of:a man or woman who displays -
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and the working man to be given a fair"break; Service had.its regular meeting -a orofessional l concept of fife insurance luffing.That's .,

As I told the voters in my opening statement in the' ford.,at the" home.of. Mrs.-, Roy Pat March POUR 27 BALL, Like GAMES Oak. there.COMING 3:30: f r' the kind of conscientious, skilled and alert fife

newspapers. I had a permanent objective for the 1 7th -The meeting was called to order March 28. Monticello. theri.'3:30.: in.nnee'aJl'ent who is a member of your Suwannee

District, so here is a part of this objective: by the vice-chairman. Mrs. Roy March 30, Lowndes County there vMev Life Underwriter's Association.The .

No. I-A ''State Farmers Market in this Districtso Cameron. The chairman Mrs. April 2, Jasper,.there V persons listed below are members in good stand-

that the farmers will have an outlet for all Johnny present because Butler, was of her unable(illness.to be EASTER PLAY GIVEN AT P.T.A.A Itrff in,junir community: .

produce raised. ** The devotional period was con- play directed by Mrs. S. M. JUHN.SON-lndependent Life and Accident
Deas and the costumes: designed by 1 ,t
No. 2-This District is in bad need of three bridges ducted by Mrs. Pafford. Reports Mrs. Randall Redding was presented Insurance Company
made the various chair- the :;;? I W K. "Billy" MITCHELL-Independent Life and
which have been needed for a great number were by at P.T.A.meeting. a 4:;; I :
of It was entitled "The Little Easter iSS: Accident Insurance Company

No. 3-A years.stable Road Program for this District.No. STOCK CAR RACES Aunt Helpers.Jessy" Characters,Angela Tyree included I R M. '"Roy" McDANIEL-liberty National Life

4-1 will fight desperately bill that will 1)rreeDlameLaDonna1Newscme Insurance CompanyR.

place any burden or, tax burden any on the Farm Wi?l Happy Rabbits Jack Allen'| Deas SEARS & SONSCOMPUTE E. ROWELL-Independent Life 6c Accident Insurance -

ers and the working people of the 1 17th District.No. >4 Grumpy-Melanle Beck Company
., 5-You 'are cordially invited to discuss any >**< Sad Face-Susan Scat AUTO SERVICE JAMES O. YLOR-Liberty National Life In-

problem with me that will benefit this the 1 17th Elves Frisky-Twnrle--Inga Hal Hammond Selph surance Company

District, at ,any time. VALDOSTA 'Jingle-Keith Burnett ._
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No. 1 will Songs: Here Comes, Peter Cottontail
fight,desperately'against any bill to
: Howle Hartman was Peter
place 'tax' on groceries, drugs, fertilizer or any "75" CoU xdalt ?
more taxes.placed J on rolling vehicles.No. Easter Parade:'The two'couples
who paraded ,were Angela: Tyree WILL OUR SCHOOL. CONSOLIDATIONAND
-I will fight desperately for a stable tobacco SPEEDWAY and Allen Deas; i LaDonna New-
allotment plan for all the farmers of this 1 17th some and Hal Hammond..
District.No. Rase awry Saturday Everyone enjoyed the program. NEW COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Night April 4tn,
MfNMflfj They also it chapel
gave as pro-
8-I will fight desperately to have all tobacco' Tim Trials ...7 (km. gram. ;
allotments held ? IMN.AdmUsten
by sources not living in the 1 7th

i District returned to this District and be divided, A1r1M__$2411JS MALICIOU:
between the farmers. $ WOODSBURNING ? ,,. ?

I am sure that the,voters of'this \17th District realize Under S -FR6eFIitrn f '
that if they is for YOU, the voters to determine on May 5, 1964
1' get proper representation Senator 6" RheasRvary'stlwr MUST BESTOPPED

must make it a full time job for the people. I sincerely Thwrsdry | Ufefffcwliis r ,,Although defeated by a large majority in the ,recent school

hope the voters will join with me on May 5th ] April ML bond consolidation election= minority groups are still seeking ways
and make this a successful campaign and then Time Trials .. 7 pun. :
will have a full time Senator to serve you:-a' man you Pint Race AdmistlMAs -v pjn. and means to block or:undermine_ 'our new. progressive,high school

who has the experience and qualifications. to serve -$1JS program for our children. Defeated again in the lower*courts, they

,the people of the 1 17th District. shtdmis, IMWldrw are'noW appealing to the higher courts,in aneffort to delay or'block'

R. M. (Mitchell) HOLCOMB 3 Under Mlls Swift I years-FRRI W VaUMta, the program. "

M I4 sy 31. ''To those of you who have worked so hard for the program ...

r ---- tat ?r' in,order that our high school children might have, better, educational : I .
DAN BRASWELL MOIST rotttt facilities,,may we sincerely,remind you that the Victory'I not yet won .
SAYS AtD Ai USSIU Do not be mis-led when you vote on May 5th. Make )your ";:
vote count toward the 'completion of our new high school: 'program '

I am deeply and humbly grateful to the, people of Hamilton by supporting those candidates who are OBLIGATED to this
County for having allowed me to become the
nominee for re-election
to the office of Tax Collector without opposition. To each of'you goes, minority group, end whom YOU KNOW will carry out the program

'my sincere thanks, for I feel that this honor reflects thai I have tried : as approved by a big majority of the freeholders of Hamilton

to the best of my ability ,to perform the duties of 'this office. County.

'i.. I pledge my continuous efforts to serve as Tax Collector in PROGRESS HELPS EVERYONE '
?'''a courteous and_efficient manner.v* ? 1RiFa t_ .
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.'t t fc Again"I I want) to, ,express 1.,,& to ,each of you my humbly gratitude, _, r.r..e.s............... f FOR '' SCHOOLS.

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I : Friday;; I Mardi 27.1964. THE '''JASPER 'NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA I !PAGE'SEVENw.

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tadotRiu fOroe1it bunt b0oaewi(1'waata;r1o i.h f'( r -:-FORESTRY' EXPERT VISITS
latq.te Classifytae4hodVhave Lafnarlloyals'
We"watdevotqout; , improvemeMs;oiUdur. 'homes. and I- itsd: i placer*: &vrt her child', "
our,.twBmunltfcs.J hr;their recreational iT! LL1 ?:, ,, I rag\twhile ,abe shops, and can All. ?Army Teanr
social and! spiritual. aeeA..* '{drama 4 >h >leasef In anything '
Re.olntlokuy- andtaieg
,Ve will endeavor ta transmit this > + ( ,from rJnOt4uhbud to a SSgt Stanley Lamar Royals,
I natti...:jtd; .' o Jfpf prentirty. lu merchants' of the ', bik1nt''and fioody, will look Chief Section in Battery.;. rdHowkzer
#otdd! in a" dither. Notobly't aNi '
we found, it. but free':happier, and ***"**.' .. 'Battalion. 16th1 Artillery;
n.! $
American merchants ,.frantical: : has beefC.selected by. tbe Army
more beautiful ,than when .U was ate; change in modern mer > ;
.... transmitted to us./*.....w r %' ly trying.,,to,) ind'tbed ." answer chandising-la rapid.that no Times Sports: Association as'a member J
but the. peohem.-| ,,spreading. of the All Army Football eam.Brig.'Gen' .
"' .1 .:one can'say i what-thevmonr' Aw '
'Wrt.iteporter., Dennis ,continent I : John'A.elpt ,the ()
every will, )mmander'
', ''Smlth bring.'The credit "card 'or:
/ 'JUlta.' .- the Individual l merchant of XVIIJt'Airborne-
I oJ> ; ;,- eharge-**p1at. that has helped
with his privately .owned downtown stores I is' now being Artillery presented him with a
.4-n CLUB'NEWS ad operated grocery store butcher adopted 'by the neighborhood commendation Friday in recognition i-
of his outstanding achievement
found him-
shop or bakery mrchandhlng1 progress,
The National 4-H atlzerahip Stanley Hayes made a talk on gar self out of the picture when supermarkets in the form of This*', news came I late to the Sergeant
Pledge" made chain took as he, found out abut the
dening. nar.Strickland a operations over credit cards that can be used
and collectively, talk on electricity Danny Sapp cal now the chains are seeking for anything; from hairdos to award while enroute to the State by
pledge from ,last December.It .
ship Germany
the order the answer to Increasing
from day to day led meeting to' and we ever groceries.:
he was'cited for his
to fight for the ideals of this nation had 16 present and 4 absent. Next competition from giant operators Some big'operators are looking was defensive
We win week Donal Barfuss and I will giveS wh'o control finances that superlative play as a
never allow
tyranny, andWBtlce to the fatnre and see the specialist for two seasons with the
to become enthroned In'' min talks. We got our 4-H Jackets enable them to 'move ahead day when IBM machines will 7th Army Support Command Team
this, order. We have two new members 'and command patronage:
our country through indif enable them' to eliminate 'the (the Onmmanders.1. In both ,'63 and
ference our duties as c1We' Larry Cbmbass: and Bobby ass.Bobby's The. American supermarketthat old delayed checkout system and '&t.h was selected to' the'.U.. S. .
win strive ,for'' project Is electric, Larry'sprojectt has'replaced the individual enable them to simply display a
Intellectual Armed Forces Team
honesty and exercise it is Gardening. Mr. Rance store )has'spread to Europe sample' of each Item offered. and Above, Ieft.Mr'! : Joe Stafford'and'EVeral Allen, Mr Stafford and Mr. I
through our winning two personal trophies
I Asia. S. O. Spooner from St. Regis Paper Company went cut to Everal's farm
power of francbl We wm obey gave talk on home improvement. Africa and Australia so The customer will simply pickop and last year he was voted the '
the laws of our aDd>and endeavor Reporter Lyn Qlpelan: say nothing of SofltJi America, ticket'eovertnjr; the I Item team's Most Valuable Player. He and Inspected his gum dipping project as part of his FTA program. J
Increasingly to'' where' Venesul Is constructing and' on reaching the checkout ,
gulden: the senseat.public led the 11-team league ,with 37 t
On Feb. IS,. 1964, our FTA.meeting with opening
staved, ; ceremonies -
a shopping center to end all find '' :
deskwiV the items
? duty; among our fellow they Interceptions, 10,of then a single ,
/0a a lt shopping centers. A' gigantic have selected awaiting them. game against the Lions; of the 24th with EVeral ADen preskfingi. Mr. l5oug Epperson'who is informsmatlort -
.Ir1eR.Wewgl': LaWil.AI4 ,let up that becomes a city in This may sound fantastic but it Infantry Division. The' Lions, 'detested and Education Director of toe.Florida Forest Service was our
strive for individual per' Itself. Is In the experimental stage I only by the"Commanders, guest'speaker! After school that same ,day the president of the Jasper :

Fighting with their bad s' to and can I*"''expected in the had to share 'the league championship FTA Chapter, Everal Allen, took Mr.Epperson out to him farm and :Mr. '
,'- '- the wall, downtown 'merchants' future. w' with them. ,Rppersjn) gave)him some.well taken advice on.his Forestry Productive: (
-- The .Complexity of Today's in a hundred''dUes arc'trgingto ri4There A'aHmgpeedater' with cat-quick ,ProJ U." ***: Secretary, hilly Jackson
are (bugs to be eliminated .
meet the competition of the rnp
reflexes SSgt Royals a man
subburban supermarket with' but ,indica-Uoiw-, modern played I -' -' ::.t -
to man defense, a move
CarsDEMANDS merchandising even in our ( .n. -

I have and malls what been entertainment have fighting you. So! a far losing prises they .present numerous supermarkets changes will. undergo all- of to the cast opposing man-despair to ojuartersbacks.cut over off.theiUon's the' staunchett He .was TD I: 'G-AIS' .G.A.'JGS I/t.Hl l a.c, ( e !f fs ftt I Iu

EXPERT CARE bat le.The. designed to make'nhopphg! easIer Drive:1* the final minute .of-.their
rsrss.aasa and simpler for the customer
automobile :nd'trerid to game, by snagging, a sure-score
through, the use of modern ANO sou wet.wt veal
the' ttbu.-baa* development has, machines end mechanical devic- pass. in tile'end-cones The,sergeant evitit"t sail A iJJ
SPECIAL CAh ATTENTION: ruWont*ti.'eIty I market. The- 'ti that1'will Permit the shopper !is Justifiably proud.of his AH Sjar SUCH At 7fISH1r a sa
i i i i i 11 i .( .tatul.alnoe the European'League 1r xte .cr oY
We give those/ important extra to ave'both'time nothing'"of aod.morwy to is composed of many ex-all Americans -

enrice with' a stnile. When you .MI trees snarl ..NMLL say The neighbohood inconvenience supermarket categorically! of college that fame any team Hf stated in.his I.t

1 or, shopping) center will become league could have whipped'.the;: :
drive in here for gas we always
a complete and cOmprcfenshre majority semi-pro-teams.. He is

check your oil,.tires,'water level : service center where' the, more than eager to play with the',
I 'customer can secure any:'product Ft.. Btaa' Team next:fall should. t C
and clean your windshield. TEa ITESis or' service from'poodle' that opportunity: arise'' '
CAR WASH only $2.00 washing to golf lestons. Lamar Is the 'sort of'Mrs; James J
Just as the modem kitchen'differs
from'the one grandma Royals : .a

Jerry Smith's knew the shopping' problem Will' .. I t ..
>[ advance to where the. housewife '
GULF STATION will find herself servedas of.J ; Low l wIy;: H NIGH PHONE 1I

no one has been .
ever servedbefore.
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Jttistler' Telephone 792-3781 She can shop with. ease 431V'bBtlVtllt 8Teaaoni StMlLUOWAY'S '

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vtv must foresee the future
or the next day; but tt is
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of what you want* Chevy to be. Thai,loot ihe s's.tic: sporty 15-foot .... i& mileage-are almost ready ;

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Tlltze'1!:armor Help \
I, SENATOR, 17th,, DIST.X X? il ivI *..* Sheriff Charlie. 'Rhoden has.announced To the'Voters JUmOtou County: ;

hereby announce my candidacy am. a eandhfcf! %Clerk of the that he will be a candidate I was born 'August .24,1938' five Raise Income( !

to the office ot State Senator from Court ot Hamilton County.; I was for re-election to the office of Sheriff relies north of Jasper,'and lived my f. a/I ': t
'the ITth Senatorial District ot Floe born'and reared In Hamilton County of Hamilton County, entire life in Hamilton County. "I An Increasing number: of'farmers i.

'Ua subject to the Democratic Prijaaries : am a' member' the Methodist "I sincerely thank all ot the citizens : am a graduate.ot Jasper High working off the farm part-time: ,' ta

!. to May. ATI am not engaged Church and t 'graduate Stetson for the 'support. during the School and hold both State and Florida are using operating credit --) -..!-...."
in.business 'at\thU tiroes.3 Unlverstty.iLavrtSchooL I am a.. put yeuss;*altd.. (thank each of I American Farmer Degrees lam' from,the Farmers
,. can ,serve' the people.of the .ItthJaenatorial past,preslden ''of'llAmUton jCountyFarm you for ha. : :hoi>oredjnf t Jwith married to the former Alma Four- to improve'the''agricultural C- L
J 'Dbtrtct,on a tim time Etreau undeserved' lor 15 this position/1' :S i ,rW"I akerof; White Springs and we have part of their earnings Jesse Wood \ Public P Announcement:

.; i {.'basis. I:haw.a definite' objective yean as Hoard Member of the Su- promise tnat you .will 'continue : one son. I am a member of Bright rupervisor of the agency for Ham
f for the 17th District: and will tell it wannee ,VaDer:?ROnl Electric Cooperative. to'have the services of protection Pond Baptlat Church and have ilton County last week. \tli'and recorded la Deed Book
:, to the voters in the next few weeks. ., 4,Jjavft? served, for the 'and assistance .from this served as a director and vice presIdent Mr. Wood reported that in Hamilton OF JN THE THE THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT St. pace II; Publlo Records of

I feel my qualification and success I past two. yean u chairman d Ha office in the future'that' you have of the Hamilton County Farm County about 50 percent of his CIRCUIT OF THE BTATHOF I Hamllten County'tb. "am.aa4; Florida.IdantU-
Thla batac
as a businessman qualifies me better milton County ASC Community' had. during the put two terms. Bureau. operating loans in 1963 were madeto ] COUNTT, cal parcel"of ,raal property'a.eonr.yed .
the people>> of the district these farmers. 1AlItrOJ'H to Mort ajor by Ed
e to serve Oommjtteemen.|I. *I sincerely) request your vote
; I am fully aware of the needs of Swllley and his wif..Chatir'Swillsy
,I 'X sincerely hope;the Voter ;lour vote and support wil besincerely and. support" Hamilton County and I shall endeavor 27 Hamilton County farm families a MODERN....w... HOMES C.ry..atlM FINANCE fO In Warranty Dead dated
wfll I join with in* and make this a appreciated.Respectfully4.' Respectfully, using operating credit from I Plaintiff ,December t, 1511endr.eorded" .
and then yii if elected, to represent the ... In Book O R. 44 at *pace (. 1Publlo
successful campaign Farmers Home Administration I
received -
Charlie Rhoden people fairly, honestly and efficiently. ALTeN DVFREH' ..... (a..c.) Record ef Hamilton Coda.
will I have a man In the Senate who ,, ,.LEON SANDLIN I and I part of their Income in 1963 .I MARTHA ANN' MrDONALD (it**!*) 1 ty, Florida; and la the ia.no aj *
win stand up and fight for you.I invite each every from off-farm :, Wood said I. D.t.nd&nta., Identical 71 feat by II* feat lot
KENNETH TUTEN FOR voter in this county; to Join in this I NOTICE OF SUIT or parcel' land em which lied-
shall, serve 'as>my own earn GUY:McGHIN FORCOMMISSIONER .: forever Mr. Wood released the figure to TAE STATS OF FLORIDATO ore Homes Conatructloq Company
I campaign and L will be
h.. erected is I erectlnr a
,paten treasurer and the Commercial TAX illustrate bow Important are re- : ALTON DUPREE JR. (Bantlesad
DIST. 5 thankful for your vote and support MARTHA ANN McDONALD eh.U frame dwelling home
,1 Bank of Live OaKwffl be ; cent changees In his agency's loanmaldns and
depository ofHamilton (tingle), addraaa' unknown for, at the bahait of laid.
Tax '
: i. ,; 'f.r 3V> Serving as notlfl.d that a suit Mortgagor herein i iWit.
for campaign You are hereby
HOtXX '1 would like to announce my candidacy County.is a sincere: privilege J ..- authorities in areas such ha bass Clad against Jan In the .... ray hand and the sail ef tald

R. M. (Mitchell MB for'reflection u your-County .and welcomed obligation. It MAURICE BENNETT aa Hamilton County where a large by raqalrad.. canoe to ad fll.that poor you anawar are hero with Court of March at Jasper, A.. D,, Florida..(.. ibis.Itn day

JOEL QUALIFIES : I Commlss&oer,from the Fifth is with this thought that t I officially IS CANDIDATE FOR number of farmers work off their tha Clark of tha Circuit Court and toarva (SEAL) Tholm Lewis.
District ,' JkfttI as a candidate for 'continuance farms. a copy tharaof upon the Plaid Clerk Circuit Court of Han
announce .
FOR'COUNTY'OO am"grateful for your support in this capacity for a COUNTY: COMM. Recently Farmers Home'Adminstration 1 I tUt nama or and Platntlfr address !.attarnarvrbo: MERCURY *N.. lltoa by Abc..C01l1ltr."lorl4&Jones: D. C. .

to has KAVOUKI4S P. O, Box 4411: Farnka-
.four'eut'.olWottdrC Improveour second tenth expanded its loan assls
X hereby'u that'I sitoanfidate To TIle People of Hamilton Oo.t1'J dlna Florida Dot .later tbaa OF TH1D''COUHTY'JUOO8.IWAND
> e am Tuten Baacht I : TN THB COURT
tacrease ,maintenance.efficienefnaad ,F. Kenneth to famflies small farms
roaeX on '
am a candidate for County Com tha llth day of April'A. T> ltd.
for the office of
County services This Include farms If fall to do Decre.; Pro
| provide new operated on I you FOR HAMILTON
Commissioner for the First'Commissioner's' miaatoner in District'S Composed of Confeaao will ...aI.a. yon 1 '
in a part time basis. IN PROBATE <
District ,I have tried office to deserve CLINTON MITCHELLFOR 2nd. and 5th. voting precincts. for tha rallaf,demanded In tha,Cam- IN RB: Estate of ,.
trost.wjln foryour I Operating loans from FHA can'be I .. *
plalat. *
your : appreciation MART r. MILKY -
I am tart .lx years old, married SCHOOL' BOARD If elected I win try'to do the used by part-time farmers for I Tha nature of the nit being forroracloaura NOTIPR,OF FILING OF PETITION
support: X have sought to give .
and have three children. I very' best job that I can tor'the of Mortgage ,FOR FINAL DISCHARGES OF
am a
personal attention to all requests purposes as the purchase of the following described property 1 EXECUTOR -
>e-lcng resident of Hamilton County and suggestions Most ImportantlyI To The People of Hamilton County: people in Hamilton County. teed seed and fertilizer machinery .Ituata Hamilton' County... Florida Notice la hereby sins that I hate
candidacy Your" vote and support will be towttlTha filed final returns M JBxaoutar
and hava been active as a farm I hereby announce my and other equipment. The interest my
have worked to keep my word Wa.Urly ana-half /Ion of of the, Lilt Will sad Taetament ef
,er for the past twenty-five years.I given when elected me. for the county" school board memo appreciated. rate is 5%, and the maximum Lot Nambar Three (I) la Block 1 MARY P RILBY;deceased and that
will if elected,.cooperate with you ber from district number X Sincerely, period of the loan is seven yean.Mr. Number BUtaaa' (II) la tha Townof ; I have filed my petition for anal dt.cbargo .-
Your I
commissioner for
: progress. Jaanfnga, Florida) aeeordlnr and that I will apply to thai
other Commissioners, to ,promote GUY.MCG1 I am 29 yean old born and rear Maurice Bennett Wood said. that many far- to the 0.8.... Railroad 8or.,.. Hon JOHN H. McCORMICK, County
and preserve an honest,' efficient,1 .'ilk' b" : ed in Hamilton County: a memberof men in the Connty; who operate Said Western ona-half (Won af. I Judge of Hamilton County ,Florida
Let No, S In Block No.' II .. on April 11th. ItM; for approval ct
and progressive County Government the First Presbyterian Church W. M. (Matt) MARABLE small farms but obtain most of '
I HOUSTONROBERTSFOH I ln. alone the Eaatarly: marcla of, the same And for flaal dlaoharva a*
; Jasper and engaged in farming and. FOR BOARD their income through another Job B.. Street for a dlitaoca of on. Bxeoqtor ef the Eetate and will ef
\ business. SCHOOL I hundred flftr feat and .* the said\ MARY P. RILEY deceased.Tola .
and the nitrogen maybe: overlooking .
wiO'appreciate STATE SENATOR
Z vote an opportunity
your .
.. taadlnff back for a distance of March Kth 1144
support in the forthcoming election. ..' I v -j .>It. j. .' The oldest of our three children I am a candidate for School of J increasing their farm income. .....I7.ft.. (.fli) fat along. Son GEORGE P RILEY,
.Respectfully. submitted. .I 3I hereby'announce'my 'candidacy will begin elementary.. school: in Board member.District Three Small amounts of.credits: Iron a real thorn property Straat. aa Tha conveyed said parcel to Ed.f Executor Billy of decened.F Will of. Mary I'

JOEL. m.PJ1. I I for State Senator'tmd the 17th Senatorial September : I am married, and have three I conventional) lender }...uch.as. a J.vlMccaall Warranty Deed from. B. HariI I
BUtrtct." ',X feel) that having I I am vitally and sincerely interested I children, in the ,public schools of I jank or'reA'l'I .often can: help the and hla wlfa. MtrUaI I Attorney for Bxeoutar: \
ISAAC (IKE) SHIVER' : served .1n'"fdle'IegtslstUr9': \tar' 12, : in the educational program of Hamilton County. I farmer replace: old and:inefficient; McCa.1l.,4et.4 September an| I Mar. IO.lTtApr.lt 1 10 yr '

yean, I will,be able to verve my I Hamilton County; and if elected to I am a native and life-long resident machinery-" : new equipment I
FOR COUNTY COMM. dittidbetter'ua!J result,of I this this office.X will strive to provide of Hamilton County, with the more 'suitable,,for 'his part-
Elect Isaao fake) Shiver :your experience. the best education possible for the exception of four years of military time. Uper.t $-.u .well ,planned' Si

County Commissioner :from Precinctsone My 'experience 1 Includes'S':yean children of Hamilton County. service during World War H and with definite farm Income objectivein :

and seven. Your vote fai the House of Representatives,' 4 I earnestly aolldt your vote and nine months ,during the Korean mind ;this can be one of,the. best
and wU be appreciated. he make. .
in'the Senate and 4 the election. War. can
yean on in the forthcoming .
ISAAC was ) SHIVER support .If elected I win serve to the best I Where a conventional: lender I is i
City electedI
Live Oak ; Council.: If Sincerely
I of my ability and will at all times unable to extend credit, FHA may
GEORGE L.,.SMITH FOR .pledge. .to represent an the peopleof Clinton: S. Mitchell serve each of you honestly. be able to provide the financing for
the district, fairly and equally.
,I Respectfully. eligible part-time farmers Mr.
TAX ASSESSOR. Your vote and support wbt appreciated HARRY T.: REED FORSCHOOLSVPr. W. M.:JMatt) MARABLE Wood said. : ;--
I announce that,I ) n(
hereby am a s I "The Farmers'Y1 ee''Administration

I candidate'for the to office Democratic of tax assessor .IkOUSTOIsi N_.,>W.. ,.,ROBERTS GEORGE WYNN FORSUPERINTENDENT office serving Hamilton County Held )
subject.. the
My Mends and fellow cltfaeaa of is located in the DedgeDuke Build
primary. in ,May,,,In. making this
JERRY B. SMITH FORXrUNTYCOMM. lUminoa County log, Jasper Florida and Is open
race I pledge :you a full time taxassessor OF SCHOOLSTo
( ( I hereby announce my candidacyfor from 8-00: a.mq Monday thru FrI-
Z have other interest .
as no : "
1 : ..: \ .i day. / by Ully fw Ovvarim d ammsn i..d
re-election Superintendentof .
but to the of as People HamDton t
serve people my 119OPtX **' the of County: """;
TO t./ .
i County. ,I win at all times have the 't t Public Instruction: for Hamilton I hereby! announce my candidacyfor ,
interest of the people at heart, and County. It re-elected this .important > the office of Superintendent of
f win at any tine be ready to discuss forhel r announce my C8DIIdae1lmQam1uleDer :,office ,,1,promise to. contfnue.tbe Public Instruction of Hamilton ... .. $ ; | : I

i with you any problem that you .:)of., DtsU:..... work that has been! itart- County subject to the approaching lady{ rues Y orsilent.-
may have concerning: your assess ;4 Wm't e .eel in this Dounfer to live our boys Democratic Primary May 5, 1161! Wlmra.. _, I
ment I want to thank each and \ : .. and girls the best possible.educat- .I am :28 years of age and a native '* ; '-" ; sp> ,'Va >%'.'=C.T:"" '. .
: '
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,.every voter,in this county for your, "a '. .; lanal oppcrtlalF., ot Hamilton County. I am marriedto *. y a.r.: ,14 d a* :' 4t TS'''i i]l lr"St'VV

vote and support in this campaign., I # TL::::8lt17UI" qi.I" [ | X win appreciate:your vott"and Mary Alice Crawford+ of Dalton isn: rttrnue'yuF f omjjS too.
Sincerely, ij support *'f S : Georgia who is presently serving ,
George SmithJ. _' ."....:.:.:.::.:.".: ;. .? ., \ ,.. "
'Sincerely.T oil the faculty of White Springs ... !: !\
FRANC MATTHEWS .1 l ReidI High School teaching in the field of -. \"' : "' '
R. (Bob) MILLER FOR SCHOOL BOARD ri,' ; Home Economics.I ( :
FOR CLERK OF COURTTo v ,* *'"- I I JACK,VINSbN'FOR t am the son of N. Broward Wynn \ ''CAMPAIGN: : a!
To the,voters> 'of Hamilton County jI j II and the former Louise Hunter who S

the Voters of Hamilton County: hereby t announce my candidacyfor 1! CO COMMISSIONERThis is the daughter of the late J. Bart '

I have qualified u a candidate School Board member in the Hunter Sr,.
.for the office of Clerk of the Circuit 3rd District, 't I I is to announce my candidacy :I received my Bachelor of Science :

Court of Hamilton County, subject It has been my privilege to serve .1 I << for re-election to the' District office Degree in June, 1963, from **FOR**
to the Democratic Primary in May. 1 you. u school board member in of County Commissioner Precincts Berry College Mt. Berry Ga. ,
I am 46 years of age, and a nativeof the past I wish to express my appreciation 3. comprised if Voting .;Your vote and support will great
Hamilton County. lama Mason 'I to the people of till county 2 and II, in the May 5, 1964 Democratic ly benefit :your'children and our : -

a member of the Hamilton County for their supporttod'cooperation : Primary Election. county.

Chamber of Commerce, and a member I'I In seeking better education and better .Since serving as your County GEORGE WYNNJ. APLENTY of I IH

of the board of directors of the facilities for our youth., Commissioner for the past term I

Jasper Community Development I At this time X ask you to electtoe have gained valuable experiencefrom W. McALPIN SEEKS

Corp. 1 your. servant for anotherterm., serving on State Committeesand
i I believe that'my many years of t Sincerely, ,' Attending State Association of RE-ELECTION"ASREPRESENTATIVE? ''WATER' !

service to _the public in various- Frank Matthews County Commissioners meeting
capacities has given me the practical
f! have also gained much experience
experience to serve the people I N.. J.. Jack( : ,'BISPHAM working with my fellow Commlss- 1 hereby announce my candidacy
wen in this office: I for re-election as Representative
sincerely: so '
FOR STATE SENATOR loners and other County Officials,
licit your vote and support on May for' Hamilton County in the Florida with
: and:from serving as Chairman aI
5th. X hereby announce Legislature subject to the approachIng t
my Commission-
J. R. 'Bob'MILLERKENNETH i your Board of County Democratic Primary, May, 1964 1 -
I ,. for State Senator from the 17th Senatorial worked .
,District{ Jot Florida I sincerely en.toward In every betterment respect I or have Hamilton If honored with ;re-election to E _LEC'TRIC- : 1 ';

E:; SMITH. feel that lay,experience as a County with advantages for ALL the serve the term people kt' of this our'caslty'foranother capacity it .
FOR SHERIFF 1 dairyman, farmer' and business
man qualifies me to know the needs people i shall be my continued purpose to I
To the voters of Hamilton County: of the .district.; I shall it elected, If honored with re-election to dtttgendy pursue passage of all legislation P quick-recovery
I am a candidate for the office.of represent the people of this district this office I will continue to serve coming before the House, Pr ,

Sheriff of Hamilton County. fairly, honestly and. to the best,of each of you fairly and impartially which tends for, the best interest
I was born In Hamilton County my' ability. I tnvit* each and every' over the entire County. I again and benefit of Hamilton County and I
'and am 44 years old. I am marriedand voter in the county to join in this pledge*to you faithful, efficient / Its. citizens. L ,WATER ,
have 4 daughters campaign and I wffl be ever grateful and courteous !service as a County At the same time, I shall bend
I promise to give fair and impartial toe ;'vote and I best of untiring efforts toward defeatof .
I your support. Commissioner to the my my '
service if elected to this office.\shall serve as my own campaign ability.I all laws contrary to that end., -.- :v ((YwTl l nflradi. Pan&'SavlBtt ti $601)! <,

Your ,vote 'and support, win, be treaturer and the Commercial! Bank will,appreciate your vote and During my tenure as a memberof
greatly appreciated. of Live Oak will be depository for.l support. the :Florida IJpuse have' servedon Speak up for your rights as a homemaker

Sincerely, e campaign, funds. Respectfully, practically Jn of the committees : t '11 to plenty of hot water. .for your

Kenneth E. Smith N. J.., (Jack) BISPHAM .Jack Virus of that batty and have thereby dishwasher, washing machine, and for

---- --- --- ------ --------. --- -. -_ __________--- _______aa. gained experience which together showers and baths for the whole family)
- -------"----------------------- ----------------------------- with the respect and cooperation
of my colleagues whom it has been ;-. f ''f Stand firm on' your; platform plL'.t- J I
.: my privilege td'work with, X feel a for ti continuous supply of 150degreowater.

II NOTICETOHAMILTON . are#, important to semi factors/you.in. my qualifications ,_151 _...,. ._. and for less housecteanlng! '.

box and demand freedom
Get yoursoap
I 5 X earnestly solicit your vote and I 1 on
from worry about flames or fumes.
> ':' : .supportGratefully yours,, I 1' I You'll gain support when you mention the) I

; BOUNTY TAXPAYERS ; J. W. McALPIN : I ease of installation-no flues or vents 1\\
u 1j
u j 'f ,! needed, no space Is wasted-electric ,
: cut : ."I .tt ti ."',i"l y > .' ALLEN B.TYREE I PARABE! I water heaters go'under kitchen ",

)March''- 31st is t the last day to ,! taxes' ) SEEKS REFLECTION I' or bathroom = ) ,;
pay your TO'SCHOOLBOARD: '
: ,touring .Usrch. and April. I.' Arid you'll'M by a landslide when'ypu
< t.. I 'InstaBatton allowances will be '.
the offered
"J. explain big savings
: To the People of Hamilton County: : made to our customers: for i
'without! '-a penalty. X hereby announce my candidacy witching from llama to during Florida) Power Corporation's -

q : for a member of the Board of Public Gametes electric I ''Trade Parade"
tI>, ,. .
I Instruction .of Hamilton County I
.AVOID THEfp n ;1LIT= ', NVKE-KS .

.' ... ., ,. ,.., X want to thank everyone for the I WATER! HCATER-tfS., I ,. /
.t.. '" .' .' ,> :eij.) \ \ t tI
',\ l" }"t .'... : prtvftece. and honor' afforded main Additional Savings d1=: ;'h- ;
serving) tn the past boUl flOWaodf ,
AY you Chang., 1
--P BY
: '
L. THE31stta. I earnestly soHdt your wte'and $GO'! l : T.
In forth&iralng I >M T-
: : \ support t primary .
: and if reelected to this important -of"'r. T fo "'\"' "' -' 4y .

:: : .1\ : : : ;: Respeeifully Board. I wm endeavor to aeave'all 'A ar tai .ctrl eau.rgit l! '., .'S .4: t :," ., .
he people of the county: u X have ;
,, .
'l, :
) always done.X ...
L .' DAN' BRASWELL believe the children Countywide critV

lJitr ". l' ahould have equal educational N<9wik.ifi io. g

: : Tax Collector opportunities.SlncereV, I ( .
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: Friday March 21, 1964 THE: JASPRR NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA

-' l' PACE.N1NSmoikey '
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Rudd. Lewis Rudd Phillip[ b)bore i Survivors are his wife'Mrs.'Ea.' '
Sayt, I ;: 5 Jack Page, Norman Pam, William I ate Conine Black three sons. Austin ;l4ffmaiifo.r ../ /ernoria( e ll1t a5ptr lltWii
Rldout and Elmer Willis. Rev. j of Live Oak Earl of Puerto Rico .l
11O..S"l Daniel F. Roth. Pastor of the ', and Herman of Winter Garden (
J 1 Seventh Day Adventist Church offi three daughters, Mrs Audrey Coistln '. JfospUa{ J wsk Published Every Friday c J.
dated ,:
of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mildred
Interment was In Evergreen McCant of Lakeland.. Fla. Mrs. Second Class Pottage Paid at Jasper Florida 11) 11
u Cemetery in Jasper. Harry T. Reid Carolyn Adam of Winter Garden Subscriptions Strictly in 'Advance '.
."l ... Funeral Home, of Jasper was In one sister, Mrs. L* W. Murphy of $3.00 in Hamilton 'j
charge.: j Raiford, County $4.00 Outside of County!!

1. [I. MARTHA ELMER ORRELL . ,I I I Funeral service'were held Wed. Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum .
Funeral services for Mrs. Mar-, GLENN CAW re'day at two p In., In the chapel Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 '
tha Ehner Norren. 83 were held I I of Harry T. Reid Funeral Home PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Robert"
Tuesday) at 2-00: p.m. in the 7th Day Glenn Scoff, 51, well known resident I I The Rev. J. W, Baillie officiated. THIS 'THURSDAY Ehlert Editors and Publishers .:
Adventist Church in Lake City. of Jasper died Wednesday : Interment was in Pine Grove Cemetery Earl Vann
Mrs Norrell a resident of Jasper night in the Hamilton Memorial in Madison CountFlorida.: Mrs. Carrie Avrlett JENNINGS ,
I'I'r.' \ -. '> for 29 years passed away at her I Hospital after an illness of about I see.C1.YDB Mrs. Christine Jackson FUTURE FARMERS HAVE BANQUET

s. "" .;...r x' home 'near Juper. Survivors Include two weeks. Russell Rhoden Last Friday night was the date of the
tzri. h:" ........ her husband: P. R. NorreQ Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lout t J. KING SB Mrs. nan High !the Jennings High School annual F.FA. banquet for j
I '- ...- -- .of Jasper and several neices and ise Scaff of Jasper, his parents Mr Clyde J. King Sr. 67, died at his PATIENTS DISCHARGED ed Chapter. A few of the Highlights are present
i A food k ...-'fftta toot nephews, Mrs. NetteD was a retired -| and Mrs. J. A. Scaff, one son Char home in HomerviUe Wednesday after MARCH IS and )MARCH. I here in pictures taken by Principal Jimmy DeVane.
>?trt.$4trf1r.S1t< ( ncfscfijcmrJ nurse and served as a nurseduring i les Scaff. one daughter, Miss MarI an extended Illness; Mrs. .
sha Scoff, both of Jacksonville twostepdaughtert Irma Smith. -
I World War One. Survivors include his wife, a son ):1.
I """ ict.'M !s. 4.. ,. t ''' Active: '\ pallbearers wen Ben It | :Mtq.CaroI eLa_' Off J.1 King 'Jr. of Hamel"V1Ue"tvfG; { 'I John C.Quinn .' .r_apt ,j
I'lin of Jasper, Miss Bunnye Mo: 'daughters, Mrs. Jim Martin of Jasper Raymon Henderson
-------- -- _. ._-- LaughHn of Winter Park Fla. one I and Mrs. John Cromley of Mrs. Audrey CombassMm
t. stepson Jimmy' McLaughlin of Ce- Brooklet, Ga.: hWjtfcther.' Mrs. F, Jerusha Alford
j h ttt most lapytact cateflrji '
How do rah
\ JN dartown Ga., three sisters, Mrs. H. King of Brunswick and Mrs. Mackey Sauls
I w. R. Tuten and Mrs. Ben BateSof 'Preston Mitchell of West Palm Mrs. Ruby Williams
Jennings, Mrs Stafford Scoff of Beach; a brother D T. King of G. M. DeVane _.
t Gainesville. Fla, six brothers De-.Jacksonville andnine, grandchil- Mrs: Marie Fort
a, I car Scaff of Auburn, Ala., Kenneth I' Charlie .Jarrell i
,I $! *.
and Bill Scaff. both of Jasper and t Mr, Jdng was the,.owner of King George Royals
IStIUINti SavsZ A Wendell Scar of Live Oa Hardware and Furniture Company David Hbwejr
rr f Funeral services will be held Friday i I of HomerviUe and at 3:30 p.m. in the Jasper Bap- : a retired agent for the Atlantic Miss Wynn Tuten
c tAtrS A,9N9 t jtitt Church Interment will be in Coast Line Railway. He was a Mrs. Unnie Smith Mr. Adicks presenting ,awards In Scholarship, Leadership, and
I Evergreen Cemetery in Jasper. jMBS. j member of the HomerviUe Baptist Clinton Alford (cot) Supervised Fanning.Chapter ,
Church, a Mason and a Shriner. James Dye (col.)
.. .... I Funeral services will be held on Jacob Candy (col)
MART,EMMA PARKER Friday at U a.m. in the HomerviUe Betty Allen (cot: ) I ..
'' Debra Joyce Walls (cot)
Baptist Owch'with the,Rev. Lea- I
led Mrs. Mary Emma Parker 70, man Thomas officiating, -
I resident of Jennings, died Wednes- Busialis to be in the Pine Forest
? day after an illness of some time. Cemetery in HomerviUe. 40 grandchildren 35 great grand
t I I Survivors are three daughters: ,i) .. childrenFuneral
Mrs II B. Harrell of Jennings, 'Mrs' ALEX L. (DINK) MATUI3 services: were held on
E. E. Scribner of LaMesa. Calif, Alex L. (Dink) Mathls 84, native Wednesday at 3:30: p.m. in Burn-
:e- i I i I Mrs Warren McLeod of Marietta:! and life resident of Jasper and Ha- ham Christian Church near Jen-
r Ga., one son,. WilUam W. Shiver :if milton County, died Monday in the nings. Internment will be in Burn-
f"Ira St. Petersburg, two sisters, Mr-, Valdosta hospital. lie was a retired ham Cemetery Harry T Reid &r
Minnie Koebuck and Mrs. Hulda farmer, Fw\eralllorrt- In charge: ; J
Gay, both of Jennings: : one brother I I Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Nora The Rev, V.. J. 'Thursbyi>, assisted .I
C. A. Avrlett of Jasper. I A. Mathls of Jasper, five sons Raymond by the Rev. Sheppard, officiated.:
Funeral services will be held on j F. Mathis, Edgar E. Mathli, Pallbearers were: Active-Law fI f
Friday at two p.m. in the chapel of !i both of Jacksonville, Alex E. Math-' rence Parker. Lamar Ikea Joe C.
i Harry T. Reid Funeral Hctnc, In- Mathls, Elmer Mathls, Frank Leigh
is of
Jennings, Roy R. Mathls of officers presenting
terment will be; in Evergreen Cem I oruco xnauus. Honorary. V. Honorary Chapter Farmer,degrees to>>
Jennings. Maxle C. Mathis of Gainesville Mr. Harland Butler and Mr. Johnny Butler
etery in Jasper. McCall ,Pete Cunningham. B.. B.
Fla. five daughters Mrs.
James P. Leigh of, Jacksonville, Hill, Herman Bradshaw, James F.
Deas, Wallace fleas W.
W. Brad-
Mrs Fred Swearingen of Jacksonville I
shaw, Charlie Deas
1. i; \ WI ENOCH OMEK BLACK Mrs George Avrlett of Jennings Deal,
r Enoch Omer Black, 73, resident Mrs IL Corbett Deas of ward Barney Newsome, Carl Smith, Ed-
A Murphy R. E.
of Plant City passed away Sunday Jasper, Mrs Charles S. Thompson Zipperer Avrlett, Bert
___ i h v night He was.. a former residentor of Lake Alfred Florida, one brother Gibbs, Woodrow Eddie Wise McGhin. J G.
Dr. J, R.
R. Mathla Sr, of
Jasper. J. Jacksonville
Florida Traffic Safety CouaeU .
-.._ Bruce, Elmer Peas,
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Mrs. Barney Newsome, Charles 1
O'Caln, Foster Shepherd, Marvin

1.:. ,. O'Caln accompanied by Mrs. Mar
I vin O'Caln sang two songs "When
: i the Roll is Called Up Yonder"
and "Precious Memories
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; : f/!!: '' ( ,f.< are more likely to, Guest speaker, Mr. Leon Sims, Mr. Eugene Adicks presenting-
d,' HRI eat baa under-eat? ever-I AssIstanTreacticr Trainer at Unithe! Star Chapter Farmer award to
,, ) Three time as many worriers versify of Florida. Curtla Wethcringtoru:
; : get fat than get thin that the
.,', Bikini Isn't as new as you might
., imagine A similar garment
was common Roman bathing
attire 'way back in the Four-

t teenth Century that the Ir Mr Harry T. Reid presenting the
ish potato get Its start In South
A, J \, America T that the item most Star Greenhand Award to Jfan Do
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that George Washington's
first national budget was writ-
ten on a single sheet of paper?
The current budget exceeded: .
1,000 pages .

: .No matter what space your NOTICE, TO FARMERSI
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thing for It U to make JASPER

laundry and cleaning beadquar have ignition parts for all kindsof
ten It really pays .We bare
You Waahett, Laundry Clean
ing. BeUServloe Laundry and tractors, irrigation pumps and
Cleaning. .".You'll'be surprised at
how simple and teat It U to get
a complete lot of .....blnr and foreign make cars.
wearing .apparel .through and
home again. .Try ua aooa R. B. JACKSON'S GARAGEPhone

It's CLEANERS JASPER:: .LAUNDRY for the bent A Inervlc Florida

BILLION DOLLAR BABY' and the lat la price. 792-3691 Jasper,

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OUR greatly reduced "Big-John" freight rates on grain tunlty to profit and grow. New jobs will be created.Faro-..}

are proving to be a real bonanza for the South, openingthe flies In the South will eat better at lower cost.: '

door for the development of a great new livestock and i 1
fat-cattle industry. Agricultural expert. and colleges: in To help the South reaUia the full potential of tht. ;

the South say it can become. a biUion-dollar-a-year promising young livestock and meat industry, Southern I ; .
Industry, created a new Department of Agri-Buzlness Services.,. '

It-is staffed with men having life-long and successful ; .ro

Until a few ahort months ago, high freight rates engrain experience in agriculture,livestock and poultry raising;rand

moving from the grain-surplus Midwest to the related activities.These specialists already are hard ,

grain-defldt Southeast blocked. the development of this at work helping the South write still another chapter_. 1 1in

industry. Then "Big; John" came along.] ; This is our its fn.aplrin.torr of successful economic: growth .

lightweight, high-capacity freight car that made it pos.aible i and diversification. e J,

for us profitably to offer'greatly reduced rates on '''
,grain. So'now, for the first time, it is possible for the This Is one more .yln which Southern is Increasing ;
iU usefuJoees) to the South. All in the South bentflt.,
South economically to bring in the grain needed to raise "

,. its cattle and hogs at home Instead of sending the livestock 'J _. ,, The: lad-11W"Vlnglndtutri' l upsurge of the Southeast was given added
and return. At present ,#r<. {mpetn( *.a* the new Pascagoula Mississippi refinery of the Standard OH
> elsewhere tor'fattening '"t CHf 1 (HorHpanioKentucky was placed on full stream. .
,the South annually consumes one billion pounds more : With a capacity excess of one hundred thousand barrels of oil a sag
.;beef than it produces. The same is true of pork. this new refinery i America. ; most modern, and one of the largest in the

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;Condition are'ideal for the development of thlladustry SOUTHERN ; 'CO"rl1ttttwentJralz hvndr&Mcres, 'it'if fed With crude oil from the '.. .

.' [ in tha South As It grows and expands, more feed*- '. .Qulf Coast I fields through the world's longest underwater pipeline. ; '
pqt&line( (consumption u. grouting faster' in the South than in' ant'"I aIt
houses will be needed and RAILWAY; i ,
title feed !lots and
.t j : : ;any otner section America, and construction of tMs.giant new,refinery 'r .
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