The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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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ThafGets?_ ,.t--. ..,TheJob.f. .,, ; 'J" .....) Done,.' ,!r- .1 Chapter Holds Increasn Rapidly, Dynes Visits City I m5-

There Is',no problem'jthat 'face at that from the Impression of the Annual Banquet Tuesday April!T, wtU 'be \World if' I IN .

Hamilton County Out Cannot be solved people they meet while surveying Health Day unjrer.the auspices! o t l

.sq th nti* ccmmVinHy.wgi ad th<.areL.A,County; ,,divided within The Jennings Fe.sr "A Chapter the' World ,Het& OrpnIta n t.an !t .. I
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effort JS ltn 1o2d nxQ _a,wtaIt stranger iv t. '1Irw'of, vannt and last Friday night in the Jennings was announced;i1t by> Mrs, ,BUIv HKI

.1* high time to begin to'writ* anew rjeodHnesf.. and ,the de ire,tObemeav ; ,High,School Cafeteria:,at 8JMPm : Chairman,, Tuberculosis and Health

th 'Inrrtfle HamilMn/CJ> $? part, of that '.community.Fijthwnore .1 1t Committee: = tf Hamilton Cstnty, r
AlamtitcnOamtybubeen ,:We had a 'wt.EOO, tmty,3tdry.! by.; permitting :a few .
r 1 Mrs. Hill sat* th theme of the I
last Iii haw.stole as ArffirfaL to spat:our. county apart,.,we, are9rgg i We were' c very fortunate to have 1964 World Day will be JJNo:
greet r"by its strategic:location'al < ,!ffl1.Jcol ,for ouj own! dow- with lion us aa our' main speaker.- Mr. Truce for Tubetfylosl lieety *" and that in : t'

the First Florida county to be eater .....: 'a 'IJtI, '... .. Sims Assistant Teaf'Mer the
It. art cooperation wift WHO. Tuber-
from the U et Florida. We
ed,by tourist .thtriartiLtrav" I County-caa;.nolee, : #rsurvive etdeeae4 t ntli MlClth Committee of
also bad
Ing, i-75 wUotv-alao ,offers one of the State Officers .. 11
goodaccess on.agriculture as the nrWJ I to 4n&Vles Hamilton CburHJl Is placing special t4&
,, wl kttnrn.wr source of.econarnriJ'ollwlstg:" Utq F F'stfll1i'. emphasis, obi Jhe ,S dwtdeTO\

= national ,f rend?tne ..young people Band played to q t rta'1nm nt problem as ,wTO as the existing x Aw'
the'rbf'ours -,moving.0ft,t}e.la.r1n.orae, ; situation In\ this area."Tuberculosis I
while ate. 3.?l3 .
ofJtaI i,concern to to bccpthe.ygtuwf, :,people, ,qu* we has been Lions Honor Top Students In County
.county.: Flnt &impressions are .County ;employment, ,)Industry SeveraVpward fer; 'presentedduring r'esponable' ?
; the The Star for enormous suffering fc'\\-n .!
: "
the most lasting and fai that kenoHamlltori must be provided:Hamilton County ,Greenhand award program. through \the ages'Mrs. Hill said Jasper! Lions dub'last week'had an Honor Dinner ''and Ladies +
.1 was presented! to .
Coundans I bear.a nrspon&ibUity cannot survive ,as a none] area. I economic Night at the Elementary:SchcoJ' 'Cafeteria% In honor of B. Smith
Jim De Vane by Mr., Harry,T.,Reid 1 It has been an burden by Jerry
",'to ,make,,'thaClftrsrWupres ''' # '. Times change must'our County.To ; The Star Farmer award was won reducing .working capacity andbringing Florida Attorney; Cio I'J4tniol and.pavid Edgar Bembry, both '.norsln'! Jasper High School,who were !
I Ibn good"one. ItowYepoiK } T e ,;: ,fight progress 1 Is, only ,to speed Curtis W KynestcuTa fsitcr, ( t he only students In the county
: on death. make
a fa this challenge and ; by Wetherington. This award premature here' Fri! to a score of over COO on the 12th
AAQot the '
downfall of .
; the'couty.
tun tjr wjl 1} b rrterestini.to note.;, words should be minced in warning was ,presented by Mr. 'Adlcks: of Globally there are' between 3.000 day.The Grade Placement Tests,annually) given to all students. in the State of
the Hamilton.'County; Bank. ,Each 000 and 8, ,coo 060'deaths. annually. high State official paused ,Florida ki the 12th Grade C
HapUltojv] :. pu tyis ,handicap 'inindustrial the: Qa trot, what 'He* 'ahead., year the .Hamilton County Bank Dr.. James,,C.'3 rkine, managing here In his bid for election to the _
lack, Other, communities like Above.. Jon President Robert Ehlert Is shown presenting framed
l.growth .Js not the or : Jennings !
gives three awards In Scholarship director: of the""National Tuberculosis Cabinet: ;. Portion, { which, he, Powholds. certificates md'eongratulations'to'the
land,.Ubof. or tlnances., That parted Jasperand White Springs have become three in leadership, and three, in Auoclatlonr, : it ; Kyne has numerous \ two honorees Jerry B; Smith'atleft
expressed personal
succinctly -
the program has already been veritable, "Ghost, Towns"Nrougttths farming.Scholarship Mends in the and ,,and David Edgar Bembry en right for their achievement. Jerry is,
Supervised : when 14 saMt ;"As,tubercu- county was
hurdled by a group of conscientious, 1 lack of Industry and cooperation first place 'went to foals knows no geographic or racial busily shaking hands throughout the son of }.[r, and Mrs. Jerry Smith of Jasper and Datid Is the son of
hard-worldngmen.:! whq gave otheir among! Its own citizen to his brief stay Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bembry of Jasper.
Harry Pennington second place boundaries It Is,everyone's problem
time'snd eftorts'unstirltin iy. work tog went to Billy : t Besides being Florida's chief le- The event was a direct outgrowth of a visit of a delegation from
to provide an that an industria its goal If sufficient employment is Wynn, third place and will continue to be unto the
went to Junior Griffen.In cud officer the Atfomer General the Downtown Jacksonville Uons dub several weeks
plant would need- !o far as was in dozen galley 2 disease is eliminated-the battle ago, who explained
their power. lit (Is" now up' tit thepeople not available] suppqrt the, people leadership, first place went to U far from won and, until It Is, its as a member of the State Cabinet a recognition program of their club and a suggestion that we do likewise.
themselves to' make the they will of necessity be forced to Billy Lasiter second place went to there can be no truce with tubercu- on Mme 24 boards and commIons. Lion Harold Milton, chairman: of the Scholarship Committee of

next move.-.-Upgrading the community move to'a are State
itself is the next absolute jkjyment and a future for, them. "to Bill Butler. i The World Health Organization Board of Education Robert Carter,also of that club who spoke on the reasons for the
In mimp-rvliuvl. __ _. I the, Pardon
farmlrur. Ant Board the
-. --- m ----. with 120 m.embera'ltate.. .., ,... ,,,_
necessity The homes and stores IT IS AS SIMPLE AS THAT t I'IotIs..tInM J I helps Board of Pl'OItt'am Ifc rmlntMt out that tK* turn tww* .p. in n .m.
that 'were considered!..t1rat- lasa" 'A city( the size of the total population ,. place place went went to Donald to Billy McCuUe waster second and'strengthen national health services the Budget Vocational Commission.Education Kynes also and I percent in achievement-and intelligence;; i in-the'-State'!ol'Florida. That I

some years past I could r bit'lancer of Hamilton County to not t third place went to Robert Keeling train more and better health work- Is trustee for the Internal Improvement ,I the high scores they achieved were the result ot a combination of ability t

be ]dented 1neateadfT.r, :.Take" considered to be a large community', The chapter' presented two, awards era fights major,diseases protects FundtWhlch"adlnfnlster.; all and hard work-that they could not have made, ,the scores It they hadn't '
drive through town ion. the mainthoroughXsxttOravdled.rbycMsijDn maternal and ,JblJd: health improves -
;: When' that figure Is divided Into I to Billy Lasiter for crop of the State's lands worked hard enough to'lea", the'aNweri.;
three separate municipalities"- santitatioQ and water supply Kyne., a native of Manama Carter \
teaming, and farm mechanics. He .
Mr. explained
and make,a special note of "eye. working against the1- 'other- the I It also, provide*, numerous other attended the University of Florida I pages of newspaper and mag t
did outstanding work In these I azine
l sores" viewed them. What kind cdpy are devoted to football and. other: athletic heroes which
by chances for survival are dismal. I Jf fields services. WHO' hedquarters are where he starred on the Gator foot all after
of an impression would you $! ay il our, county .doe*. not awaken and I For the first 'time.rthe chapter: in Geneva with .I U reglnal crganl- I ball and basktball teams and was a are of secondary importance and very little attention Is given to the
r would leave with them! ,Certainlynot : zatlonals: Africa at real reason for having schools on which about
pool their efforts to wary togetheras presented a $!5.00 award to the boy Brazzaville student leader. He was president \ two-thirds of our tax
one of prosperity and progress t I a single unit to secum the nece-. feat had the best an round recordI' Congo; The American at Washington o fthe Florida Blue Key and wa mone" ,>j V taded. ,Another consideration is the fact that many of our'

Yet many oC these,same eyesores wary;employment anJIsayantagas This award was'given to Billy D. C; South-East Asia at New named to the University's Hall ot bestVains do not'attend college limply because they'aresat: noticed:'

could: be eliminated .wfshis,t little sufficient to provide aeoratortali(t reason.
paint repairing orCounty Morefor. 'mryoaqg people; .:Each year;the'chapter: gives"'a Denmark; Eastern Mediterranean -,I S. Degree In Public Administration He stressed the,,.I Importance'of'seeing that these two '
t .. e at Alexandra' U A. R. J;and i;;and later earned his law degree at tc. young men go on
uw Western Pacific l/ tfanarPhrtl''t hsajtojprsHyKjr -,\* Tf- ". } ,,,. ;. '
: wig er r hiw the opPesiuasty hlltMt fc Pine. \ v- a,M, SWce, M*,:; erathiaffcn \ In I U6& 71 .MI' ." .. : :
to attract Industry and show \. i
pro oppose :chaades Eaf.1nare Mr.'Johnny Butler, [Kynes .has been a practicing

gress. The citizens and municipalities 'Mrhatwaawaf,, WMr.Au n* Butler, _\ ', i "" ney'In' Ocala;a State LIon Plea .J', tr dirk'..' '.;}t AIt'lr' t, .. 4'
now have the problem in their good Mrspeeedine under attor-i ...... ...'IY epr.xr.
enough ,C 'C> fre had a very good,attendance 8trtfoh Books attorney appointment 1' (. 1
hands. The Industrial Committes .
; their ownhave'chaaged'whether tormer Governor Collins, and
and the banouet was enjoyed by all JWJI-!
of the county have ganeu!: far,as It who attended f* *" *J Will Close'5 'I aide and advisor to Governor Bry-, ,-*** ,-

they can-and have accomplished or not-and, we have no choice but .,Reporter. BmyLaseterFeed p.m40n1aura ; [ and his top administrative as April Is Cancer Polio Vaccine To
f* ,
their part-up to the point of presenting M I and J
I to change with the times and upgrade ., APfi it 4A more recently as Attorney -
an attractive proposition our community there GeneraL: Crusade; Month I "Be Given
buslnesswise-now Hamilton r General: 'noted that his 4PtU'6'The :
will be' no Hamilton' County"forthem Grain i ,Secretary of 'State\;Tont Adams f Kynes
unty and its people must sell Q.I to defend. today reminded Floc claps that vot f broad background In public admin The Hamilton County Unit of the Hamilton County Health De-.

credentials as. a desirable place HamiltosCoumtymust and will Program'Signup registration: books'for the May 5 istration and the law and his experience American Cancer Society has partment announces that Oral Sa.
which to live worfl. and Ulan Industrialize: How lone It will takes primary' elections will close' 'at' 8" In.high position of eover-j launched their CANCER CRUSADE) bin Polio Vaccines; Types I, II, or M

A town In order to attract industry up to the people. There Is more ftenorted' ,For Fla.A I P. m. April 4. t;:nment eoulDDed' him so that. RIVE, which, ,will! continue thru HI will be given the week of April
must also be in a position to provide virtue in a community helping qualified to step Into the Attorney me month" or Apru. S. Monday throuih Friday at thA
adequate housing recreational Itself than holding out a hand. A report on the State-wide result "While there are In excess of two General's post when the popular The Health Department at Jaipr.. --- a

cultural and educational facilities research program must be launched of the sign-up for the 1964 million"registered voters in Florida Dick Ervin was elected to the Supreme war on cancer must be (au- It will be given only,to those who i.
gut fronts
on the
today, Adams said 'there ; tWO -one In hosp
/ for their personnel. That is are an Court bench recently. He missed of
to define the
the area's potentials- Feed grain Program was released itals and one type vaccine and "
not Just somethin gthat has been and shortcomings. The longest journey today by 0. P. McArthur State I estimated 1,500,000 others who are urged local' voters to continue him I the other research laboratries A It will be necessary that the cards t.I
idly written that is a fact! is a series of steps and getting Executive Director Agricultural qualified but not yet registered) to in office. of through educational programs be brought In to evaluate the need. ti
vote. It is Indeed unfortunate such agencies as the
an Aj-
Industrial development Is the somewhere,toward a big objective Stabilization and Conservation Service merican Cancer 'On Tuesday from I to 11. it will
task of everyone In the community. Is accomplished by achieving those ,) USDA.: The report Is based' commentary on our state that'so Kiwanis Hears Of price victory Society.The is time 1: be' given at Jennings at the City
The waitresses In restaurants the objectives step by step. It will be on,reports from the, ASCS county many of our citizens have voluntarily New leads Hall and on Thursday at WhIte "
c'lerks in the stores and other people ; the task of the leaders to supply the offices throughout the State. The: deprived themselves of the right money. are turning up Springs during the regular morning
Self-Help ProgramThe each day; however much Is neededto
who are in constant contact with enthusiasm and vision'necessary. signup ended, 5 p.m., last Friday, to vote, through I apathy or sheer and clinic.
the public. Often, It they are alert Tvese efforts will be sorely handicapped March :27.According. lack of interest in our governmental regular meeting of the Jasper Iwe continue research present projects. prospect- The Health Department observes

they can be helpful. Every local unless the same enthusiasmand JO the report, 5,731 process. Kiwanis Club was held Tuesday lunch hours from noon to one.
citizen, no matter what his job can vision Is portrayed by the en- eligible farms signed up to divert "Time is rapidly running out for March 31. Guest speaker for the There Is a way for you to help In Mrs. Dorothy Connally and Mrs., +

have a part In business and Industrial the necessary steps for providing 180,954 acres from the productionof these people to participate in the occasion was Mr. Mark Wheeler of tilt 'lite- r-death struggle against Dell Jones of the Health ,Depart-.

expansion by extending tire community In carrying forward feed grains during 1964. "Eligi Democratic and Republican primaries St. Petersburg, who heads the Community cancer. Your dollars-along ,with ment attended the Inservice MeetIng .

courtesy and ;:showing interest to the best In public improvements. ble" farms are those which grew] and I urge afl, who are ,Development Department dollars of countless others-may be of the Central North Florida P.
every visitor 'and customer. Responsibility for success rests not one or more of the three feed grains qualified but not yet registered to I of the Florida Power Corporation. the answer I Until cancer Is finally Il. N. Wednesday April 1 at'Live

Economics has an enemy called only In its public leadership, but corn grain sorghum ,or barley please do so Immediately. Fbr: It ; Mr. Wheeler gave a very informative conquered It continues to pose an Oak. ,Mrs. Jones has served as

ignorance. It makes many think equally] on the support of the rank during the program's base years of'' .Is a simple fact of life that we cannot I II. talk concerning community ever-present, !' threat, to you and president this past year Speaker ,

they can get something, for nothing. and file citizen. The area Is faced 1959 and 1960. have meaningful representative "self-help"! program and the ways your family. was the Rev. R. C. Phillips, Super i

Those who believe future prosper- with strong challenges. Only; .thru ,Florida had 16927 farms eligibleto 1 government in Florida until a in which the Florida Power Corporation It Was through the same kind of intendent of Sunland. Columbia

ity Is geared to the philosophy of united efforts will the County push signup under the program. The of our citizens assume their responsibility will all lat. public financial support that the County served as hosts.
sitting back end permitting othersto !award to new achievements to signed farms represent nearly 34 to participate regularly Out-of-town guests Included four laboratory research breakthrough

solve all of the problems are due the opening of new, opportunitiesand percent of the eligible farms and In our elections process." members from the Montlcello Club was achieved making possible the Hahira.To.Play t
for a letdown By submitting to the to the establishment of greater and these farms had approximately and our local Florida Power Man- victory over pcUio. U the citizens of

"let others do it for us" philosophy goal. 48 percent of the total eligible acreage alter, Mr. Charles Watson. our nation how the, same spirit In Here Opening' 1 i
we are preparing a grave for An ambitious promotion plan in the State. The signed farms Next week Jasper Klwanlans win their, financial support to the war on : ;
Hamilton County. The next time must be developed and appropriate win divert nearly 52 percent of Guest Minister AtliMethodist hear about the 1964 Florida Folk cancer the day of victory In that Baseball Game;

someone complains: to you abut government hea&r> civic organizations their total. feed grain base.' The Festival on Tuesday April 7; when war'WiU be Drought that' much clo :

Hamilton County and its shortcomings :, and ) dedicated citizens maximum acreage any one farm their guest speaker will be Miss ser. When the control of cancer becomes The Twin Rivers Baseball League

give that person a real must help to carry It out. The'program could divert under the program was .* -: f .,* -.t'r *' Thelma Boltln ;director, of special realityr-and that day will opens Its',19M season this Sunday?;

good look and ask the question, must be designed to try to" 50 percent of,Its,base..or 25 acres Dr. Robert 'C '!'Holmes, District events at the' Stephen Foster.Memorial comf-you will, have. :the. right to April 5, and} Jasper's first game ,is,,
"What have YOU done about It'" sell the'public on bettering'the wMeh ever was largeW.McArtlur ",, Superintendent'' of the TallahasseeArea White, Spring;, ,. say ?I had a part nilt"-ifcr! that at home, with Hahfra. Georgia coming ,
Statistics prove the chances Ire community.' Communities, no matter ; pointed out that will be the Evening Speaker Among other things she will tell day:can only come through your for ihe''game. 'The league has,

stacked whereby the person has what size, can point their own the voluntary program gives farjtteran this Sunday. Night. April. 5th at.1OO. : the Khvanis Club at its noon meeting support with your Contributions.:, been operating for, about,25 years,
done nothing to help improve the way ,to development:through'ana|' opportunity to' continue pm. at the Triangle Restaurant that How little to pay tart!'what could and Jasper has been a member only -

situation he Is complaining: about lysis of their'problems and UnH/$ Wfprogress of the three'years In i D-.\Holmes will hold: the Fourth the 1964,festival promises to ,be the be the life of you or your loved cne j one jyear previously. However
Let us take' good look at our of. the, citizens. ia" solving them. bftlmVeing feed grain supplies ,with Quarterly Conference ,in conjuno biggest' and.best ever held on the local men played on the 'Jenningsteamwhich t
Hamilton is demand. At the same time the diversion ba.ika of the Suwannee. And they -- -- '
community with an mind- no exception than with his visit During the Conference # was a member for several
open if the ettizetirwUlutifytherf,effortsto ,payments' being made under : the new officers for the shouldn't be surprised if she sings yearn. Six year are ready to
through of hU '
first visit eyes to the a County stranger-not on u a achieve thrlr.eo41VitHamPton & ; the.loss TWj'progrtufl" ohhcoiiie' twilit from help thedivertedacreage. toT offset ,Ccntcrence Year (June ,1964-May a't"DtU }

long-time Cpunly.,has a long way : ) be elected. The Chairtpn J In the folk tradition. of' Jasper says "Our.pitching'should .
devoted resident of Sapp
1969Vwill On
t Bids
to jo to get oil fUfeg; tot Wean be Bas&thi Tihef Intended' 'Miss 1 Boltln; participant in the' ;
"Hamilton :of the various Commissions; be ids better! 'Wenhave
County Remember that I(I firmswill
done if doiywho'are'capable' win diversion (he'lisped find :five Florida, Folk Festivals,
the Presidents of the reworked the ball field and., i
they Organizations
quite have come from total of OtyjStRets t :
earn ,
those a approximately joined the Memorial staff In lY.J6UI4"
get buy-nd! \whohare been ? and other give! } have a home run fence
a more metropolitan area which $J J't key leaderswiy) 'I 'ha*'directed d festivals] and ahquld up
psagajnft '
can offer such'advantages ai bet elf ; *rogrparlylb give.aepuatttaltfferothenOrection. I their; oral reports, on the State ofthe" The State Road Department by our first m :: The'CMmber
: A : *.;: on eA''*Sr .other special' program at the White .,
housing recreationatrtulrai l.'l'educational earn Die diversion paynien iVpar Church jpfings.attraction since: time. will call tor bids on April 28 on two of Cbnuierce gave ua a $50 donation
: L'D ) M r STAND '
c ( that
: tacllit1 i:-"The1{ 'niXt bTiLG-IT.I'rtl1Hi'CROWS Onp'U OR ticipating fanners must devote the I' 'Dr. Holmes wffl'be attending the VfoBc'frUst1=fri: her own; right streets In Jasper and one &In White and the merchants and ptrtio.ipants .
time you drive around town General Conference- Plttsburf Springs. On* InJasper by the ( are telplngjus out jj
go SHRINKS. In another Hamilton diverted acreage to a conservation i : she travels thousand of noDes each goes : ,
slowly enough' to really see It as a County a long year inWtor USe throughout the year. Nokitd5 later In the month. During this year to make,public appearances Methodist Church Jo U. S.;4V: and 'Members'of the.Jtiaper,team. are
stranger might: on;''his first visit. way chops imay'' be. harvested from the I meeting the laws ot the church and on behalf 01 the mortaJ as Jectw'e the other goes from U.S. 41 over I Bin Sapp Wilmer' Deas, FUHg

In an probability it does*hot foeu :=; .rX.'IC( !ja. toolate l -- ma/+ not be grazed liar procedures' o< .administration wlDbe &:nJfI'tjand llor'tenerand;; to to State Road 51. Each of these Smith. Ruper,Woods. RancHe CarJfrrY -
ure up to what they navebeen\ act I I 't p('May I and November!! revfevWdVA Wchtrch;; hymnal 1 tbUetr! !bated&! far the Memoc1al' projects are about t one, half _mile. ; ter.. Varn; Jim Goode, Donald h

CWltomed to. But on the other hand A. Citizen i F :Witt,be presented;,ant many ether tottdore ,11h ary. She"baa taken The street bt'WIllie Springs will Smith. Buddy Burnham. Ben Bates.
In an probability: they could: not uPteoil t' ,. jfcr reathJat 'changes wftLbe preVmted pact hi folk festivals throughout the be, from State Road 138 which II'' John Werner;', BHy Grantham

know the warm friendship, court" for a"7fhe General celhtry Inductog.the National Folk the Live Oak Road, to U. 8,. 4L Woop Jo-W "Boogie'* BogenstetaLet" .,
esy and hospitality which theicaa Acreage i ., Aaferenee "evry! Fournr Festivals fMs The State hopes to*begin construction Rhode*,Jake Carter. Jim Ad- '.

experience in'a small community, =! ...., the county l QIl9lea.. g' and' have ,representatives Boltln Is state chairman of or these streets 1 j 115 ore 20 ems, David Barker, Don '!')'re. Lay r
You know It from first-hand experience farms 'VIR'e n from an otthe Methodist, Conferences folk music for the National Federation days after the date H> receive bids von I wnam. BueJc HoHeraanJ'adV
-tha stranger can only guess .... 1197,000 la diversion payments. f !In the:United, States I ,of Music Qubs. ...Klchls April': 28., .. Elbert," Brack. -" <" '** *' ...I

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PAGE TWO _'m .,o:' '; .' :/THE" JASPER. NEWS '[f";IjASPER.FLORIDaVfv: ; .k y.: 'Friday. April 3. 1 1964, .
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nlft'S' i / 1 :'v' LouU Seat, aseeltES Dedicate't gttae '
I CLAi'lf.I' [ R1 J. 1t.t1I
ii'mwi P ADMUI i ( II ff 1 1|. Cbarli: trio 01..n'Seaftd.esa.odtto41y; of the a Ute of "V' '* ;'h. ''
< '" ?BoysA .KaDCn:141" .
t i A1/ -l'" April rlI'ti l t1'r l, : .
FOB aRHrZtlhaabYed"....... '( ,=:;toe l t1+ aIleef aT/dp6F. tA0t *..wr'HfB. {;-r FOR HAIIILTOtoI COUw-n. . ,C d 4.fC-'d1WAf4S6'd :n'
::1' phase. "tIl.Pa1rner.SmUhT'!:au andbtelped. O4IjrE1.000.S '(1'I t.4 ttRRCUIT"Ot1RT q\ 't IN pROBATEtwHilt NOTICEThe i Z91 e933at1; in! ads: ". I'i /AllaMVI8A eeV.. J..,,Bryan..m-u&l,or::Rob.rt .,. t'f .IR 1J""l1 :r POR Estate cfVi.* .*.a.l't O6In'and' Fresh Wl.te"J 1'915' 'touseparerxt .win be> dcdloatedhlnmemory \, '' 4' "' .) ;
., s F lDA, 114 ANd MARY P. HILHT Deeeaeed CommlMlon. of the Sato of Flertda.t' 'cl the late Hiagi Lewi, "'W ll Y0, :.
; 793-4491. ,, I
F-,4A Reg.,Broker ate NTT.' NOTICE OF FILING OF PF-TtTIOM: under and by \trtoe of the O'I
na, IsA1t1CC! 'b FOR FINAL DISCHARGE l OP authority ajranted,undet Section I*. former sheriff erf;'?uwannee County, \ .
30 Fl.rlda C.rps.tleaFUhllft la hereby given that III. State of Florida a* amended sad I GUOfX: 8OA9TF1men1 n11UIIo&L' .
174.99 ,10 cu-fL Refrigerators $189-; tovated, furniture UP.IJ IUered. ven- a barbecue at 12 JO Sunday -
; big
I flied my final returns aa JUeevter ratified .br the voter of Florid on i p.m. for ScaJf
95 w.t; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers t an blinds rebuUt'; ,w.r 'upholster ... of the !La.t Will I and Teetament of November II. U.,. and Kul> ..aatllResflaHoaa April 5 at the Florida Sheriff Boys services Glenn
JBU (.!..!.> MART-P. RILBT d.e..e.dsad thkt held Friday. Harcfe 2T' .at the
H99J5! ; 473 Ib, Upright Freezers automobiles and tn 1 elseat, covers. ALT** DCrilBB t the 01IIm..I.n plan Ranch 'located"on the Suwamev were
MARTHA. ANN MrDOVAUl! (elacle) I hare Died my pautloa for final die- to eat&bllar. aa a Wndlife'Man.grmeat Church. Mr. "ScVT
$$239 .. 6474b. Upright Freezers Tome! to see us.. Defendant. charge aad that I will apply to the Area for Indefinite period River near Suwamee,Springs. FIrst' Baptist ,
J299.35; 12-ft.. Automatic Defrost ALL FLORIDA MATTBESS SMUPHOLTIJUNO NOTICE or suit Hon JOHN H. McCOKUlCtC County ..f "me he f'''ltowinr described area died March 35 in the IlamOteli
COMPANY THE STATE OP FIXmtDA Judge of lUmlltnn County Flerldai; ta Bamntea County Pl.rldi Principal speaker for the dedication Memorial Hospital after an ISneu
with Freezei
t Refrigerator 91-lb. TO ALTON DOPRPE JR (nsU I on April toth. 11(4.;r for approval of That area ( t 'ef ceremonies will be Cecil Webb i '
$243.95! w.t. 5-year warranty,. atManning's 200 Pine Street "Live;Oak. Fla. sad MARTHA ANN MoDONAlD the same and for aal'Alacharge aaUxecutor 1enoa IrlnK In the 8011'-"""- t |of twj 1,weeks. "1
.Radio Service, call 79244ZL Phone -FO2-3143 **'*" tic (Ingle). &44r... unknown. .f the Bitate tad wUl ef tern portion of Tewnhfp IS',, president of Dtxl* UJy: Idling O>., Organ: music ,was,furnished .byMnv
You are k.rbi ,b lfl* Jasper. ,tfe bu b.*a pled 4rU Tell la aVIt.1 March Uth 1t14 pertloa of Towa.II'p'1ft win be Charlie
Georgia'Hate Glass Co. above eon*; Mid that FOil ar. h OEOROE P. RILEY nane-e tilt' known ,aa the mortgage burning ceremony were Charlie Rhoden; Nip Lee ;I.
VISIT.FRIER..MUSIC COMPANY .. ....... br r qair.4 la JtJt iuwr with Executor of Will of Mary Adam Pasture and cennltt- part at the program; which eventwin D., Lautter.-neat Chandler' Ed
P Uiloy deeeaeed.P. Incr of approximately S.IS* Hacrea
the Clark of till Court and wr debt clearance !for the '
In Live Oak Fit-rids: for. All yo "r signify Honor-
.. *. .. copr thereof spas the Plala B. Harrell. Gray and D.R.Kfrkman.
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Nlnpn KMUyerwlUS
.. _'-M1_"'mualca"..J. i ',. 1i.and. elL.T61t.: ai '_I.'IIa", "" tUfr luun'r and' PIa1nUts.pwbes Mr Mi l.*.*lHMBLU RT K.KAVOUKUa *. t.r;IIrhiiAP/ietad: f" I 4?,. toiirlwnl'held I lr a*:.abV::Beer:1I. I' ..., .f _.J't9-'. ... I 3* 'ftijo W 'I.INIM: ....... ;. 14. r
__ to r s a pi"were. 'W. Sa Mnaah'Ave.' 013-5299 P, O. Box 411 1 F.rn*.- loouhaoa the 14th day ef April A. T>. '' ten;, & F. Adams; CtenifDandurandJta
1\1 If UcI1m.NISamAP dlna BMCh Florldai no Uir tkaitil ,COURT n.4 at Tallahaiteej Vlorldk at 1:01': FOUR' MAKE DEANS LIST Black Dan McC ba.Dan Bra -
... 11th day -* APrtl A. D IMCIf or THE a.m. 'clock, relative to eitapllnMna. ; I I '
.For yes fall t. oa aor ,Der ProConftato COUNTY ,JUDGE HAMILTON -' the above decerlbed area a.* a WUAllfe 1The Dean's List for Trimester I welL, John McCormksr Jakeio4
will be antr.4 asraJaat yes COUNTT I STATB OP Management Area,,' Pmnntf. iiti,1t* 1 Dt':Mkkkrf Il.1t-'Hll*'* : tReSanr:4'.4Mva
WU announced Florida, State
Rent telephone 793-3771 *or .1. for for relief-draaod4 la Ua Cams FLORIDA: tereited may appear. 'n-per oa e..*y i I, : by '
79&6791., AlSo 41Yt .JahiC'. -re::.hit IN PROBATB revelation or petition ,. luniversitytoday.' The list contains ;*saSts4. lIT
The nature of the suit balas1 forroraoloaitra IN RB!: THE B8TATH OF' A. D i.t>1UcH "i Rev. Norman Booth officiated. Interment
WVourfarm opera *f Irtsa; .. .........r. MAY O* OASOif, Pey mji>d Dlr tor name fcnd FreshWater ,:'names of undergraduate carrying '
RKPAffiSt kxis at rescuable cOlt. Terms Ins tha following* Maieribad pr*p.rtrsituate TO ALL, WHOM ITMAr CONCERN:, .rich .mml"I01I'1 112 j of more hours who made a trade wash Evergreen Cemetery
We repair 'all' types) T. V.. and la Hamilton Oouaty,, Florida Notice l. hereby glvta that MATT April In Jasper. Harry T. Reid Funeral .
to fit year' %.*..v'LouI tip to to-wltt -- MARA LJ!). the Adml trater III." .'.v point average of 3D (B).or higher InI .
radia'Also Small apptianees. Man- T 'CtffYMrtbFIerlM> 'Pro- laID Baal report at 'Adikhitetrater,eltha sS a Home was in charge..
years. : : Tha 'VMtarlr ana half (H> of 1 most I divisions, 3.25 la the College ,.iI
nines..Radio Servtce'tTuper 7934m 'action Credit Assn. S. Oho Ave Lot Number Thra (1) la Block stale of HAT' O. CffiON. d.Cv..1.d I>oC Arts and Sciences and School of
; tea ... Nambar SUtae. (II) (. the Town : that h. haa filed"hi* petition for UNITED STATES, AGRI- >1O8. MART EMMA T ABZX3KFunersS
Iu ve"Osl ::!'el of ....11111... Florida according Hnal dlacharge. and.thjit he will I apply B lneering Science, and 3.5 in the
HOVE FOB BALK 'IN 1ASFCK. I Jn Y J. to-the OM.tr Railroad Bwrvar. to the Honorable JOHN KMcCORMICK. CUL ffNPOST School of Mining. The list Included services for Mi*. Mary!

Only; 2000. Can be financed .. .. Lat Bkld No..I In dock'No. II(S front> of Coontyt. Ouaty Florida ledge on the of tad Hamilton day of Linda dandy,Frances CbnoDy, Emma Parker resident of Jennings!

Others $3600 to'Tooo'. See',W...L. OPPOBTt1 1Tt.for'full! time Raw Be.Ins alone Street the for Easterly a dlataaea marsh, anahundred of for May final UI4 dleeharg-for approval a* Admlnbtratordeeeaied of same and JASPER, FLORIDA'Sealed and Foster Shepard,from Jasper, were held'. Friday March 27, in the

Bryan, 792-4351. or Robert Ehlert leigh Bu aMr esiin Hamilton County (lit) feet and es en this Sth day ef Marrh.MATT and Linda Eason from Jennings.VISIT chapel of Harry T. Reid Funeral
793-4491 Registered Real ,EstateBroken. or Jaa{ei., Products: sold here0Y'ft' taadlnaj back for adistance of n.4.. w bid for PAINTING,-FLFCT. I Home. She passed away Wednesday .
..vaa r-flr. Til reel, 8oa. MAHAHI J'HTEMII :SB. .
( along 1AIRCONDITIOMt4O March
tip co'ftl'l. Car necessary. No them Administrator of trio seta,. SYSTEM ANDMISTELLANE.OUS Uf GEORGIA: 1 .
Street The said parcel ef ,
Of RAT O CASON.dee..d. I REPAIRS, Vf 8. Mia Sharon Sapp furnished the
-- cash Investment required. For personal real property aa con rayed to Fd )
FOB SALK-HOUSK: Lad'4 acres Interview write Sales Manager Swllley In warramy Deed from April < 11 *021' I Agriculture. and Post Office. building" Mrs. Adtaa Simpson'aCcocmpalled n-1 piano 'music. Pallbearers were
Flnrldn will be receiveduntil
near Jasper.. Only 8000. Small RwleJahsFAO150-302, Memphis J.t V MeCalL MoCall dated and hID 8e wife.tember II...It.. e a eIV 1 at Jasper 130: P.M. E8T; April SI; 114 by her mother, Mrs. Harbuck I Johnny Butler Pete Cunningham,
tobacco allotment See W L. Bryan Tenn. : ';:: A24o ,1141> and recorded In Deed Rnnlit TWV CW"*'* Oil' 'TH": at General Service Adminlatratlent. and grandson Chip spent the Easter -! Jim Hiers. Joe Howell Ivey Mnsoy
r ,, aft Pnblle ReeaH f COUNTY JTJTKJF. HAMrLt Room lilt 1T7I Peachtr.* Btreat weekend Ga with I
793-4351! or Robert Ehlert. 792- ... pass *> TON cotmrr, FLORIDAIN Wi Atlanta Georgia .tU./ anJ at lOneaville and Roy Mathks. Reverend Roger
4491. Reg..Real Estate Brokers, tf HOUSE: FOB SAUl: IN JASPER, This Hamllten Couatyt Florid PROBATE. then publicly'' opened h'.joInln" her daughter Mrs. Well and family I assisted by Elder Roy; DeVane cuts
balar the nan a4 UeaUcat IV RF ESTATE OP Room SS The work conflict. ef
Only $ .OOO. See W,, L. 'Bryan parcel of real property rilARSIH: OLISNIV SCAFFDeceased painting; plaaterlur and piuchtngtalrconditlonlna Also there were, Mr. and Mrs. ficiated. Interment wu in Evergreen -
FOB SALE 1963 International 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792M91.Ret. conveyed to Mortr.*or .>. R<.t .. ; and heating tyvtemr Brady and two children MQanle and I Cemetery in Jasper.
Truck. 16 ft.metal body for livestock .Real;"JsUtbjrokera. tfF *wilier In aM Warranty Ma wife.Deed
or general hauling' In new December /. lift and rorarded DFMAN1 AOAIN8T SAID Johnson from Jacksonville.
> One act et pan 1 clflcationa' and ,
In Boek 0. )
R. 44 a pares tPublla F.8TATII : E. CL (Shad MORBIS
eoo4It1on. to settle estate.Irma : ether
'Selling< Raeorda RamUtoa Coonty. bidding materlaj are-Availablewithout .
V You and each ef you charge to general contract ,.,. I II E. C. Shad
S. Johnson 419 E..Duval St SPECIALIZED Florida and I. the erne and are hereby It ( ) Morris passed away ,
IEIPFOI not I lied and required to present any ore, One set of drawing and apeclflcatloma -,
Id..tle.I'U feet b u. ,
Uve Oak Fb 3-1564.. \pc'UlOoFOB or parcel of land which.t Wed lot clalma and demand which you or will be furnished! to arieotedBuilders _lanai Oeorslat ttttt *ft.i*,.IfarehJ this Thursday morning in Orlando
THOSE MOST ern Home. Cnnetroellen Camp. either of yon may hove aruniit the : Kxchtnge*: chamber t at. ., Itl4 or writ to: "t t.' : where be baa made his home sinceleavlgJaaperr :
ny has erected, or to erectlnahelltrpo a state of CHARLIe OLENN SCAFF Commerce: and similar organtantlon GENERALSERYlasADMINISTRATION", '" Funeral' services
SALE SEYEREIY DEAFENEDC2..FREE frame .....11I.. house deceased. late of aRid t:.uaty; to the with the understanding that,the tat ,
1.-Sewing Machine" ..,.... 15.00 ; for and at the behest of gold County Judge of Hamilton Conn*! will b. retained on their, purn t..... will be held, in Orlando, on Saturdayat
?>fortca.orrelft.. Florida. at hi of He* In the court for Inipectlo by any intevetted'lub 2:00 .
lUpriglvt Freezer ........'13500 Wit.... my had and the seal of said houae of said Court at Jatper. rior- 1 contractor or material firm Design and Construction : pm.M
Chev. 54 model .......... 73.00 Court at Jiaper.,Florida this Mh day Ma within six ..al.,411r rnonihn from' rherka. or money order* furnished Mr.;Morris was'for:several years
... the time of the Ort publication of, aa bid guaranty In the amount of to Division. vfc \
1 Refrigerator......I,.....1.n6,0a0e HEARING AH SERVICE:: -Batter- of SEAL March) A. D. Thelma lt Lewis. thin notice Two coplea ef each Clair percent mutt b. made parable to the1Oeaeral .' ''owner of the F dealership! in
1 Typewriter : .i..4.; ..... 33.OC1M .lee.* ,Repairs:aad i S rrle for ail Clark Circuit Court of Hamilton e<* demand fhnll be-in, wrltlmr. and Service. Admlnlnlrntlon. ',. Public Buildings [Service Jasper.' ,He is survived by his wife
roodeJa aid. County,' Florida." shall atate the fl>t. of reiMence Total Small Av."' ... Her A.'He ap- Agnes
ILP..1fbtor..Z.OOSet make, aU heariag by Alice 1011." D CoIN and poet of fire .U'.... o( the cUlmaat. plies to thla project. The estimated 1 1776 Peachtree Street a daughter:Mary Elizabeth
above,at Wonder Bar. A17p Write Robert A., HoUenbetk. Hear- and la\t: to by theelalmantt coat of thla project lit In th..'1&.180 and two sons,'Charles Morris and
N.W. :
Ie AU Service;P.::O. Box VI, Tal- hut attorney. to I4SOOO price range Tommy'Morris,''all of Orlando.I'd .
and acrompantol by a fling fee of Bidding material aran.bl.'tlodm
HOUSE: FOR BENT or ROOMS by lahaaM)!,'Fla':_., ...t: ... .,..A170 COUNTY JUDQB IN AND one dollar and such claim or des StS, Ill Peachtreo Street,N.\9'tl;At- Atlanta. Georgia 30309'

day ,week,,' or month. ,Alapaha -Ti.,:..::. -L't il*. -

_-- Sale; Good condition. ,,$40 and

NOTICE I trio !sot be grUMUAg ISO. Mannings Radio Rtpajr....?.:'"
any corn at my.place until further per:.phoney TSJ-4-m ,. CAERRJOTOR :
notice: ,Itubert Lashley. 'Aloe ,..
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\IFOR BALE-l>otU Maple Bedsprings "P'8'8"r-

and mattress., .,Telephone, ';
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Qtevlalet cairnstilde.
.FOR SALE -19M : .
: Take. payments.' Phone : :.
'798-6546 Itp ,,
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Call Dick Davis for prices on anytyp.


Will Drill' l by the foot:or will ContracP \ ..

.1-; Davis Well. Drilling-to. y $. ,14.50 i'

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: : Eager Road Valdosta Ga.. "'r r 1i Ala ;1 JNOUOCT Haesttrassss ...Iy d. rwnlti InWs..a NaNsrly. renew .1.1.

j I \ .. ,- ki. Canitaf.. \ ... .c'I'I n
CH.. 2-5084, Day or CH: 2-5289 Night, .Collect l war' ? Mr

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4" Well --2.50 per foot w, S. .

lb ,,6" Well -'3.50. foot 1a" : '.,! L .
,per ? .. vEmLili'coNTMJJEKsEs;:

: 'Well -,2.50 per foot plus .casing : .; :;,"' ., OwKty,Mattriib ., '

: '\ 10"Well -- 3.50 per foot plus casing -ho' a IMIWOrIauuIiii'' $ 5.00

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Only "tha finest Americon-mocte$ lens and l the :

mott exacting workmonthtp are used In compounding .. .. .. .
I WORK GUARANTEED> ) your preicrtpHon. 6cp rienced parten- Tker.Is..Asa. oiled tow.aWt .. nisi a Mw modi yet o.y, tvn ..
Mlln'pod'OUr knMt "to Iniura complete' accuracy. $t 10...f 17J...f 200.

ASC -.F .H. A. and V. APPROVED. ., .

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best in'',protection and coverage; For the

most reasor able"rates and', For the 'most, liberal adjustments .4.-

-buy 'your .



NosusessmenU.. wet or gimmicks-: .... ..,.. 792-2921 FRAME STYLES 4 ADJUSTED FREE...

Just good insurance! Jasper,. Florida
C IM" ,1. 'faisalw ptss/M Jaa,.. Ie *MRyp opk wser hole.
Optical V.wte
AUrralomorovs.. .. ors your I*caotts ft.m 1dn0a.
: 11___ ... CoSayloMS, *W not ""t QwaMnBnk "
tltl'Hrle 0ptW.fags. aWMMaiAiraMMrsw* r. ossw* pOptfcat ."..., 6Imf4tlsbt/ .flu. Na.. CfWys\ .' n>aiain Mat eaiI li Enl apl py.. ...p c--. '

t ......1flIW.. Ut y w stliclloii. ofll'hrn.. >yir, Se wrest UieMSWeAyoajMar/teaW.7fMw" M no thorp

;Ice Makers tile hIvWwI Byte .lha. wA$ s4sat. .yorf .,. 't f.lll"M..' :

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I Budget Available atNo Era Charge GC44Wt d.OWCES :
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Frfcky, April. 1964 "

\ Chandler is eMh'maaof Bkowaidbryaa:; m the weekend. used for acidifying soils such sssutpber
I Jerry Jackson I m@j j i Virginia that committee. The nominating I V, ;.alumtnimum sulfate andiron
Mr. and Mrs. James Cot went to sutfate.
: committee .is.gtttlnfl a flat of officers -
School Has Student '' "ta'be recommended for the BurkesviHe, Kentucky to visit their This information comes fresthe
3 parents Easter.and took with them co-operative: exxtension: work id agriculture
fM Employment'raijifoj -I next year. Harrell vReid.' and Home economics.1o.iTtrA .
eLh' I(I I' ,this date fn m1z L'tt.hu\ |
tOltltANT PJJ.1st9(1. ) J 1 I a'g' M'I I been a club year,' t I'i Ann" i.P>. afersha <8rasweU)) nj .:f!' '. "L I
food rAo
9S. AN1 l' ; I I. Jwdil $ .
t._ .. t I The Jerry Jackson! School.Princi ., : : A @:a I 'a swat everjoae : ,. C.C.
".II '... pal, >EUmWii** to Aperitine'a '- Mrs.':,M. li-Poweil: : !had'.'Spring wonderful four days vacation. They April 2 Major. Tounge, chief
: ; ..,' ,..UAJID.WJIIiIH helping, service which l livery worthwhile I'' I redtal for her Elementary class in left sbad'tht.e'a'elock Thursday Confederate: Quartermaster for
I, tow the students'and aim for j q) March. 'It wU'J&'recital and party; I afterdaynoon and what with no'school C Florida': inform .Governor 'MUton
II peopMiwha! 'need someone to work ,yvtr .RRY.ra gvwwtl'.. sls1 .. combined preliminary for,,the June on Monday it couldn't have.1 that food shortages bi sine locaB-
.. 1 Therefore he has decreed
I for a day or even for.an hour recital. A musical contest .when !,been nicer., ,\ties is acute.
I Prof.: Rhodes Is training students THE'PEN ROAD ences dlvlct..them instead of letting they first arrived but then at ease . I where<'ItUung corn"it'is needed bepu'dJaIed
families can
to work., U you need a boy or girl : 'all work has the things on which they agree for their playing when each pupil t The dardy girfc were all home I II for Indigent Confederate
the New Year from the'
for hour after school, : ,Slnee for
an or more unite thentiEveryone performed. Afterward there was I Easter-Marcella (Mrs. McCabe -
or en Saturday to pull weeds out of biult up toward Easter. .. punch and cookies and sandwichesand )was here for a Spring visit Commissary. It .U beloved that this
the flower' beds, rake leaves, hoe : .JowJt4# the open Road; regular party time. from Virginia.; Linda came from measure win relieve temporary the
makes a track. has been driving'some
E,will go forth among: men Palatka want that
where the is doing intenahfp
. an -
the garden'trim; shrubbery .wash In -- Earl I walked down to the edge families perviouaty; Mar starvation.
Not robbed scorn
'I, dishes'clean house, iron baby- it.'But with armor of a pure: t latent, lot the lake Sunday morning.' About ports! and Melvin O' Kelly 'and front Jacksonville in: teaching. sod;!Pola Dianna was here is a ."' .

Just.call Prof. Rhodes at 338-2101 Great.. duties. are:before. me,"" ; lIt' from the'waters edge I noticeda .they little son und daughter: John student at Jasper High. |I '*
and he will send you a student who And .great. song* straight ,track across the lot and Cindy of Jacksonville spent the April -Susan"Bradford: Eppes
win do' the work you! _.want doses But whether crowned or crownless The track: Was about 8 Inches wide Easter holiday with Mr. and Mrs. ,, For Florida. Gardens.. of Tallahassee writes in her diary
This helps the boyar girl to '* fn 'When' I de and almost as lilt had been measured Smith. An April planting calendar.,'North today: "I have no shoes,to put on \\I
school and It helps the person grad It matters not from the water. Florida gives among1, along list, the very touch of my bareteet to the
needs 'work done. U you have a So as Coda will la done. Then I remembered last summer ,TIlE TRAVIS CARTERS these. Asters;'cosmos Gailardla, ground made me shtvencxxUntil
I the neighbors dog had traveled ARE WEAVING: Marigold P Iox./, SalvIa,' ,Strawflower the shoes for the army are finished
worker Proto Rhodes would like Mr, and.,Mrs. .$. E. Howard otPlneville that way every day. 'The Travis Carters are leaving ,Dahlia.! .: Mr. McDearmlnd will not have
to know how he or she does his or In I've the ground the'middle of April for for else
H I Loulsama. the parents of my yard worn about The aeedgetmJrute'b time to make shoes anyone
her work. He U trying to ,teach 1 24 weeks ,
nan Canova came! to spend Easter bate' of grelt'ss once a day I go Gainesville, He will resume workon this la}right"We
each .tudent,, ,be honest' a conscientious with the Canovas. They returned: to the snail bov. his Masters degree 'which be much:si' '1 .
worker' and a ,skUJful>} I home Monday.Seven'ministers. Seeminginsignificant) I folks gets in August Immediately; ,after The desired gardenia (cape'Jessimme have a"letter this week from
workr.: He 'teaches each one to be j, make tradE, : ward he begins work on a Doctorate ) is often,' failure kin Mr. Durwoodl Dempsey of Trenton ,
courteous to aD to be kind' 'and tube' I' I. took: part In the -l .,* Thi to comes thru the offer' from the Florida gardens'" i giving: the name of his grardfathe' t
...... Frank:jStonnant{ ;,pf. White helpful 4 to'anvon D: *.who-fly needs helps. I Caster Sunrise. .service about 100 Don 'Whiney, the .I .lJWaw.ot'''University of Florida of an assistantship. SuttI, lerdmdatuta.and an acid who served in the Confederate War

Springs announces the marriage of I I I ..' .... I,,attended.' Mr. and Mrs..M. L. Powell was in Ills work is In. the field i sort, are:musts.in.,groping! gardenias : ,and who was' wounded at Ohutee I.{
i car accident of Hock pt" the 3rd nam
This is
her daughter Audrey Helen to --.0.1 I! an Just of Councllling. (Ocean Pond) !
White( Springs. .. I .:The fe11owihlpgot the Eagle, Ga.March 2T. He was en- ,This is rds chosen Held and the This can.b. don*.by digging a given us sine we made the request ,
Tommie Price tJullard, ion of :Mr holt
The wedding was. an event ,of Ministers Is lieailcjilig." 1 | route from'his home in BrunswUk otter was too good 'to be turned about: foot deep and putting ..-Mr, Dempsey takes the news and ,
J..peO '
and Mrs.' Georgi. Dewey' Dullard of Jannuary, 1S64 in Klngsland,Ca. -.'. .. to Rock Eagle for a committee down. It Is a Held of opportunity.Mr. in acid mulch, compost' pelt or reads "Folks' \
Lake City. The'bride .ls the daughter Mr.and Mrs. Bullard are now residing EvH nourished] m the wot meeting of the Georgia Student Carter .is pastor of the Ad. mixture. of acid"> top.soil and. leafrnoM. Mrs. T. T. Law spent Easter atContlnu.d
of the late Rrank Stormant of .in Lake City, cause good people let their dl Council of which is Is a director. vent Christian Church and will con There\"Mulching is. a desirable. r". 7)) l
er1 seemed Sundays until are also'chemical that art ( on g .
I I At first It the injuries were tiara to preach on 1, '..
insurmountable but: we understand June 15th when the school terms
:. he Is doing: nicely at this time begins in Gainesville. ,
TO THE PEOPLE :OF HAMILTON COUNTY: lie has also been student Counselor
An early morning program on in Jasper High. Mr. Truett ;j
Channel 4 gave Interesting Information ... afgtW f pelats
Comer will take his place here tem
Cecil on fruits for this part. of the Is sssst ws4srfalysssJsm
< A. Kennedy: porarily. car
,' state. TravU and De Carter and their rstt j
The peach orchard Is making ,
V: young ton have a warm piece in
,": ; CANDIDATE FOR THE FLORIDA SENATE news in North Florida. the hearts of Jasper people who

dI'' FROM THE SEVENTEENTH DISTRICTI Fig he said should be well cherish the months they have spentin tt'. RM TOME it ,
mulched.' There is a bunch grape midst.
the Emerald that is recommended ,,1
I am sure that many of you join and in case your are pecan William and Charlotte Hyman
me; in feeling genuinely concerned that minded he recommends the Stewart Lewis of'Jacksonville are the delighted -

our,young people get the best possible and the Curtis. parents o fa Uttle son William M8TELO
Home frown fruits give the home F. Lewis Jr. bom March 24.
education that will enable them to
owner a feeling of pride, ownership X I have the honor to be his great- .
y ,,d r ..';:SsfuIJy compete in the complex as much as anything grand mother. John and (Bet Hyman SpaetoBl rocns suit_**,MM tfikkaelt Attsay, sUbakwtes .1uh aI
onrtooUas .
society of today. Dr. Hiram and. Marilyn Curry in Jax are the.grandparents.. -rhllD4lMatIIar.> ..8att ,TT.. Tel.' ;i'
In past year -we could be satisfied and their children, Richard (once Mr. and Harold Bethea and children
if our children received a basic*education Pill) Claire, Teddy and Senile Carol and Ken went to Birmingham ODfrtct3yonlU cl onsts1VcOsarO Badminton VoB BIB ,
CoeKaQ LoU O y
because there was a vast physical wilder same for the .Easter weekend i; for Easter visiting his .
guests of May and Lots Curry and father Mr. Bethea and the mother 0' Pat! 0 TlwiMd Xatsrtahintat! Programs
ne.3s: which challenged their physical talents. Mob and Tempi Drescher. and father 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith O Just infamies tram the amsd boardwalk and 3 3y
.. Oqr. way of life is changing; But a weekend isn't long enough I parents of Mrs. Bethea. But it was COVCtOWn IfaOWtof 0 BXASOHABUB BATESOatfcswotUrsBuai
farms are 1 l'ar'ger: and'fewer people working There are many Jasper friends who cold weather and BTtotida looked
would love glimpse of them. They good to them when they returned.
i with machines cawproduce'more!' : .
had Saturday lunch with Billy and famsoa bue.s

'each jafcJjV{ >. rder survive. today's Dorothy Hill But were house guests t Mrs. W. E. Banks and daughter 4.)4 till MOTH'ATLANTIC ATE .
fanneintTTnPnhave 'a proper background of the Curry's:: Bob and Temp and I Ann of Palatka spent'.Easter with
the boys Joined them at .the May Mr and'Mrs. Dan Braswell. I D&YION&
in and agriculture which he
Curry Sunday for dinner.They at . r'"I

." ". .... .... ,w .onl throUah, "'coU ed, ....a..i.u., tended church at_tha,1st Methodist: ,' Manor-.and Bobby, IWIgleswortb 1 .'iII
(, .0/ ".' ... ,\P; ... >*" ''1'' i .. .,,.. ".! :..t'1. "t'-f, "'"'fi't1't, ., '- Ik.-Hiram teaches in the hospital and two, little girt of Valdosta ,'f'.." "ei. .' :
1\\'The.. school in_C1arI..t. n.: spent Sunday here with the Mallory : ..".,, ,
schooh ol.i
today basic ,
t lluet'pl'OvJde\n1ore.t \ a program ... .. >: TVtens. "
-: :of 'iducatiort.. ;The.,minimum! fou? "of' 1947. has done The Jasper Wainan'I dub meets ]Ifs. Charles Zlpperer of ,Start fl'aaiD)

.much ,to elp.ouz: ,schools. .In ''ourtHSebounties, there:are .334 teachers. April.10. It will. .4.1 h be Library Week. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. r: .-.,
; ., Only eleven of,these do not hold a'rank three certificate. This i.i --- I

"..ltJyelo/, food ,compared !Puval County where 38 .percnt of the l1). tor .,
teachers do 'not,have a-rank three certificate.. 1 AS rr

;*! According 'to'fig res''from the State Department pf Education.

in our three counties we"Will 'spend $1,496,667,00 for operational

purposes this school year. This does not include' monies for special

programs, textbooks, or any new buildings. t. 1 I

On the surface this looks well and good. But let's look now < t

at the facts concerning twelfth graders. We have 402 students in the ::.

-' l 12th Trade this year in the seventeenth district.. ,If,the figures for 1964

;. :are like the figures of 1962 less ,than,thirty percent of them will go )

j on to college or junior college.. '!\1
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; What have we done .forl' the other seventy, ,percent? A number \. : LADIES FAMOUS NAME ; ''t :

of the boys will go off,into 'the service: .' And.;:!there'if: heir:basic { 1 i

'tests warrant, they will get 'further training:"I Iam"very ,concerned DRESSES4s':: :

'i about this remaining seventy percent. What opportunities are we providinq
\ for them here? In 'the past :ten years ,we J,have watched ,the t.I._1 .tif'..[.". ',...,.c.1, J ,

population' all three of our counties in the seventeeth district de I,. '
Junior Junior Petite ; : /
i crease. Obviouslymany, of our ,young people are moving elsewhere J' OFF on .:,

to find jobs. ,'. '' Misses Half Sizes
!;' We must provide'our school' systems with more money. They rt'BRAS.. GIRDLESLADIES ;

will in turn provide our young people with the best possible education \ ,

r,. 'that will enable these young people' to successfully\ ,compete in the com Reg. 7.988.98 ......._..._..... 5.88 :;:'; i

plex society of today.I .' SPRING i

5!' I know there are many areas where our state budgets can be .Reg. .9.9910.95 .............. 7.88 \

.! cut. Do, you know,that"t there ar 1f'thirty eighty air.;.planes 'owned by I I .. .'

> :various: state agencies'that sit' around over in Tallahassee most of the Reg. IJ;95.12.95 ..._......_. 9.88. .
\ .time? If there WaS an aircraft: pool the state could get along with a '

# third 'of' that number of planes and we could use this money for our' Reg. 14.95 .._........._..._, 10.88W 1 r )
{ school needs. I could cite many such, instances of blatant waste of i* !,II'\ .

4 ., state funds. These people are using .moneyViKar\fight fully belongs j '''MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE .'t1;. '\ t a,
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the education of children.vw ..
"i to our : ,
need the vote and the active support/of",,every voter in the .. I I" .

seventeenth district if we are to win this election.\ Won you join me .1 Sport Shirts ;: ,j r ..' '' 1

r' in an all out program to help provide our-fine school people with the ,' ,

Y resources they need in this space age. :f *&' 5 M L.. ''Reg. $5.99 3."
(i # .._...;...._...... '
S I see a need for'the. establishment> :*V Technical .' "1--,'" "I! : I' .

.f School located in our area. If :we had had strong leadership from our Reg.. 2.99. and 3.99 .. 3 99'' iwGirls ,
1 :\' Reg ._..__._............. ;0- "
: ;'o.f, senators in the past, we might have had a technical school or even: .' 00 ,"I dl''; ,. .j

received some of the ample funds available through, .the Smith-Hughes ." 1"/2 $5.. I fA.
.\ Act. 7 : : for I y, ;

.:' I couldn't help but notice while going through the 1963 Senate ) .. '. Dresses
that the incumbent had introduced Senate .
!; Journal ; Bill 640 a bill '
\ .fixing the price on milk to schools. The companion bill House ..J J.J'. : .. '
; :.
bill 561 when enacted resulted in a number of our'''counties having ,? '::; ; 5 3.6x 7.14. : 1

i" to abolish their school milk program I last fall. Not only did this bill ; I .. '. -, '.
ti t .t
,1 ; Scuttle our free enterprise system ,an important part of our American .. Reg 5.98 Reg ,6.997.9$

'Heritage, but the bill took milk away from little children.V ( t I

I'i : ," 'J' I" Mt $3.88. .88'
: : $4
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i, PAo&rotJl\ ..,".', II" 'I' ? THE ,rJASPERNEWY JASI'ER. I1.LPI\.QA.: .. n'(,' J'\S.J. -.n') [ J. ;:.: 'J. friddatT.April3: ; .1!
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; 1 t lt' .. 5craptflral! l''Authority ''' ::# .-;: w',: :'9 ";i 71 i 5 ': .r&tki! ) 4 H *4 '

1;tat:: I" Jost tI iff'l: I First w. need to eX01aln what is --: xb ,'3\4f\ 't .. I! ti.'; ,
\ Published FridaySecond" I'
.' meant by Scriptural Authority, Every
::, 'i t, 1r rt'J.b'V IJ 1 ,! It can be plainly stated in this PLAYING 4 A t Ct ,M <
' ". manner That .for.wbIcl1 we can IN GERMANY ;uf otO IntAf : .,.Oas.;Postage Paid at J*** F1orlarr.
., ,,: .was our*good pleasure to si.pM i.:; ion to themsetvys.,. ."(j 1t \,. find,In the ,Inspired word of God a { .45'ii" Subscription*..Strictly la'" A I1J": '
h'pr; | \rat;high school band ,t Gimps Ii fM .organizations: t are command,",example, pr. a necessary -$4.00 '-" ;'" '
"MW with:the.P. ? Ks, Yoai made up of Individuals',who, moat ,bf erence." Since we dare not 3.00 in Hamilton: County .- ,
J School tin 'Gainesville We have the proper motivation for' excellency add to, 'or": take away from that Cards of Thanks $1.0O' ,.....
t ened>:fc>',ourr band. along; with and willing} vto pay the which,God,has revealed for man, SYcamoTe2433i' : :' ,
several others during the,day., We price for te. Good things,seldom we need to understand also that as Telephone .
rs wer Indeed delighted at the inv> happen' incidentally, men must we,seek, authority for,that which : : Mr. and Mrt. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publhh
;{; ,,' (ff:iI"'\I'IIb1gJandr< recognition of :make' them happen: Improved would constitute: ,obedience to God t Zi'
;1 our--band *nd solo performers. Our schools.lmij'roved' tortes; improved there 'are two fields In which we -
..' ,band received any"IScoeAantrat' communities .and coumfejust: must work and study. ((1) Generic
".' 'tec.few fits(concert,, and,marching tttw't happent/ lntrrEsted-'p ple or general: authority. (2) Specific t'' -
.} performances. It received;""Su Suet; work hard'and diligently to authority. Now in the field of gen-
perior" rating for its sight reading make them;.happen. n Is,:perhaps eric' authority we are allowed to
,performance. ,Moth of our solo per- the single Individual who must pay practice that: which is necessaryto W '
":.' Jannjers, Brad; Vlnson. and DalyWeU the greatest price for excellency: obey!) given command through
erington.were: :rated! or for the" lack,oi,excellency. any of the expedient means which
,:, erior": As we listened to arc. Slovenly;and' mediocr performance would not conflict with any other
,toad othen 'play we'could not help) ,is tae4 the:greatest deterrents prohibition in the word of God In SEARS( & SONSMIMEOGRAPH I
f' I itUnkin about the price ,s r.be paid >'Dy excellence, In the peep .. great pity It is for an individualtq dare not perform the command
I ptaJu ,term for, .have great 'mental" potentials way other than' that COMPIETE AUTO SERVICE' .. +t ,J
r I,this 'of and then do'so''little with it"Much which .p'eclft It will probablybe
I school our faculty greater honor. goes to, the .Jndlvld.ual necessary to use some examples '
') k I accepted',end adopted .who has :more'limited cpac I to clarify: )thes* truths In the minds
r. [ ,theme ides'and ablBtle but who}makes of'most people,- and this is our desire r '
tor, Ithe'l the most of what he has.: Following in this staJy Sp-4 Jack T. Johnson, son of Mrs.
t which 'stated: the status'Qua and the least lined Maybe 'I should set forth this Avie I Johnson heaAITth: Cav. to PAPER -
O C.mv an f
'kti :;Wethall4tnove 1 resistance win nevewgrass ork lot pro* fad' first,. that"there Is'a 'greaj i two leaps,1'the &st$hlce 1954 White and Colon >.Id fey a.Ilr> fa *
I I ( \ f forward{ with qaul in the life of.an. individual or difference in an aid to obey a given Johnson who played with the Lee .
r i llty performance", ft*;*' -' tY.; -. i command, ?rand''ln'an' addition to his Scorpions new captain of THE JASPER, NEWS -, ._." ., .. ., ..
The band eminently ,.It'.Jt dI_t'thf P "otu: { fno; the word bf God. This can be shown team, scoring fotty-flve points ,--- ----------'------------._------....------- -":.. ..7..7..7'.q..t" ,-.7--.J. -Y'-
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displayed the spirit,and letter of dividual student in achobt'mutt'be bfttuV rna lber.' God 'gave'us\the in two games as he took his team -.
this.'slogan, Jn/Jtt) ,performance at nurtured'.nd!rotated. IiJ W!{ eaTthy command: to'assemble, Heb.'10:25.NotI : to t'the flnalsV
the band clinic. This improved rat. and conducive, climate The1)home the( expedient I elements nece* : lie will take his team to Div playoff J. =
fie didn't happen"by'accident. .It rofost 'urg*' and even' reward ex- Siary' to)? obey this1 command"arc in the'middle o(March I, N. (Jack) 6ISPHAM'I
took long. hours of extra practice cellency of its children Children most likely;agreed' upon to.be ia He is presenuy'statloed, in Germany t
on the part of Individual band mem at school must be taught by teachers place to assemble1 such as'a house ,' whete he will be for 'one : J I I i
.: ben, more (ind dual attention and who display 'a large degree of for that purpose, lights to see'as we mere basketball 1 seasonobeyed" : CANDIDATE FOR
instruction on the part..of Hie !bandleader excellency themselves' and who will are assembled, seats to sit on' etc. -
and .(faMre| p&excel: oil the seek' to' i hlaftfl'the: desire for ex These: ate noun'additions but aids '
part of-th Mtdjeaderr amTa d*. eellerice the'students whom they we have authority In'the ; b'the' use=ot'any kind of : STATE SENATOR
"-.. sire to exMfe&thef',', part, oft the,. tejach.: I Excellent facilities win assist Meld of generic 'authority.. Now if !!music, but he has'speclfled singing'
"I en' ,and mediocre in obti:nmf eX<'e11t'nl per God!had'specified In' his word this 11 vocal music: _
; pe .. v s1Ei'ereire challenges that will prompt exncw.fl there we are to meet;we would bedisobeying i The aids, to obey this command : 17th DISTRICT "
ned. r;_ Woe ee! I4 sIre to excel is him'not'! to meet 'where arevsong' books, notes) someone to : !
; ra. cenence toed: jn.al"ost.-, ever\De to some he had:specified. Ieed''theistnging:etc. but,none of :
Oft 1i hJjh j ut Invariably: :I deiiree'buftall! { : -oo'few' are wiling But let u. $ go to another commandorCOlf..word these change the command or ;add SAYSIT
'i' pay.' .. t 'k" ,td,pay.the! price'( for*It. It takes :,; and ,apply this inEph ;' to God's word..But suppose werbegin :
r ,1'J I .", ,.not cntF .'Net-d'worI and training. for an Individual 5119K and Colosslans 16! ,:we' to sing and play This is an adUtion TAKES,,HARD, WORK
I for band pert$1h Individual 'WI athlete or team to excell find I aJ specific; command to.sins, to ,God s instructions;;and isherefcre :
F, ., other groups'"arid" \ performance In competitive contests They nov 'lf.God should have 'said'make sinful. God has specified : 'TO BRING ACTION!
,both |In ,and out; of, school)", must be w1l11rIr,to pay the price or musfc<(;that would have been, 'a general vocal'music, 'and if'we add instrumental 4 '
+ It matter UttlftWMtbe, }:::w..talk ,'t faH"before:-those,who are more command and could have been iriMdvf" stand guilty of CONSIDER MY EFFORTS!
:M about .KudeM'olTKho6r>pctiWedorganisation .willing to:M'so So'it is with the adding to the,word of truth. 4
r 6r M'hduU'' iVlc'!' binD Irxlvloualvfxx\ : *e. s sucess and Another example of Specific commands ... -
the p ,lor.AouYoJI !.rmde -.g.thappiness:" ibe*:;alsofmust( be wit.I I student organization, and: ;community '- can .be found) Jn Genesis 4 '
1 t : a ii"1&to r't ; tfs j )laa.to p 3f f,:the pr ce\ln preparation I "and, county. at large' win I Cod told Noat to make an'" ark of : THe 17th Senatorial District Needs f(A Worker
only h Or aioni 3 d at Pr-o": ,"""and seryjce l to-warrant- the success .,'catch the 'vision and challenge Cod told:Noah to make an ark of I IGopher'wood.now ;
a lasting:benefltjtothecommunity', ) ; '.''aa4'h a&ixccs the l ea. It is our excellency and ;'be willing to pay the command : : 'They'c'oIJ :
they.Berye: and.'a"tn .atttla<<1i hope, that every student, teacher.,',the1 price for It, to use ii specific: kind of wood virtually I Accomplishments; do .not just happen: 'about largely'
.<6 *'--,1)) ..*.......'r \II, .. ,',. \IJJn\, r excluded any other kind of : through agreuive leadership and a,vast'amount 'of hard .workT,To secure
: : wood God did not have;to. say its share of Florida's ; must
continuing .tl.1S district have
: thou'shalt'not use pine or cedar." ; progress
E.pV1tcE. We can be sure that ther were a SENATOR. who is a leadjjrjiad who will work, or'the'district;/,One

,' ; manY tools needed, perform this who understands the pro ejnrlnd. who Will work to,see these problemsare ,
: ained service enormous tuk,but God did not'limit "
tf ; people solved" / _, '
; Noah as to the tools he could use \' .
Oar"S I : .s to bbe' command, therefore, as t ,-
p ; ; : k 1t; on pr6i 1 euna, ,too., aldlfp ythis t>bet Date\ command! he, was hckBisph'aii,\:WA Work -a fd. Works'-For. Hi8N t
\ i ,!, free to use the,tools he' chose: but : : -. '
t r.: Mw ., : r4.
; #I n 4 not to substitute another kind of Community J;
AMTOW folk know our line and are proud
wood. ? Soon'after 'moved this'district+
J to ;
< y{>" be 'yott1 with'famotiPurinaM.tie The examples are"endlej'whIchwould '
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: l land established ash business: and began to take in
', > l prove these truths to one who part
budaeaa:of feeding livestock and '''Ch 3IettithAida
; : is seeking to be, guided by Scriptural : civic'and community ; e.i.ni.it the l 'part of f :good? citizens'tohelp

"A v;'aad.they have the added JvanCoie'la andme'; ;' izes the Authority but unless one of addInir reaI :I in'community'progresa'aiid: building: This'experienci; : has given

,' of to, -. late mod-antand eanI- aroioudyawaiUngthechaZtohelpyou'direct to or grave taking consequences away from that I him an insight into,the'needs:;.problems; ambitions and desires of this
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tehonJCe8C6rcnnafl'info: from r'r&>'ww.:J '.- which God has commanded they : section of Florida.Bispham .,
; : get more meat; milk and eggs from would all be; to no avail.

; your grain the Purina Way.Visit 'i I only these,ask principles you t Study of truth for :yourself and Will "Work, As, Your Senator' For j

,Our,"inside"people,are trained to diligently compare them with that '
and'sani us SOONI which you may be practicing u BETTER SCHOOLS: As a school trustee of Suwannee County -
solve !
"be1p you feeding worship to God. Then read Rev. 22: ,the''father) of three school children ,enrolled in the FFA
18-19, 11 John 9-11, Jude 3.11 Tkn. : member ;
S:18:17, Matt..q:13.21"Jas. 2:21.25, program, member pf !the,PTA, and a of,the Bulldog Boosters ;
.. .. ,, Heb. 5; 89. Bispham has'had many occasions to J learn firsthand the needs of our. '
K E. Thomas, Box 226"J ennlngl..or. schools' the county'level-the'important' level to the 1 17th District I

i.' ,II: ,. 4 he feels-end as Senator will work'to:see"that the district_ is helped :'

,' :D' J1 J-' .LOWINTERESTLONG :4 to solve its county problems, not to increase'such problems., ? '' I

f n 1i- I TERM : 'EXPANDED'AGRICULTURE: Ala director of the,Farm Bureau. j

: : .r / ;"J, 1 I'' : .f. 'f -" ,'LOANS. :I the' County Fair AssociaUbnl: t 1; member of'the'r cattleman's association r

., f'o. .(..." if ... ,'Thru.the I II and 'as"'a f fanner: and dairyman,-Jack;Bispham'knows,full) well ,the
'J I FEDERAL LAND BANK i ii problems l facing I fanners 'today;.'He'has kept abreast t.Cf? ;'their?needs !

: '.: 1.ftiH Live Oak 362-1525 and 'desires and W your Senator;; can ,and will 'work; hard to ,expand

', t .} I i agriculture especially in the field of bigger and better markets. 1 f
i : Lh Federal Land BankASSOCIATION "

': al : INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: As a member ol; the county
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)r h I development authority! ,and''director of the Chamber of Commerce,
: >, LIVE OAK Jack Bispham has'been working for economical and industrial odevelt t

._F', c 311 South'Ohio Avenue opment'of'this section; of Florida.'This experience will. be valuable 'as. 1

he works to bring more prosperity to this district.- i
DEVELOPMENT: As a member of the Kiwanis Club and the .'

I 4 TOCICt CAR RACE5I Elks Club,Jack Bispham'has worked fo help build the community.from i

1't. I a civic'stand'point. He knows ambitions,in this field of community i

;m' endeavor and will as Senator work: to assist-all communities solve. their, :

problems"' 'in this 'area. :' I
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SPIRlWJ\rROGRESSt! ,, Jack::Bisphany and his family are .1

t VALDOSTA members of the Presbyterian Church. They:! recognize that good churches -

help,build.better, communities' and have, worked in the, church to

I 7$" assist:i in.this important\ :Work. ._ 6. .

Let ,BisDham'Work'For,Us A$ StaterSenator

e SPEEDWAY .Just: as Bispham ha worked a{,civic and community lea. '.:'
y" : Rana Every Satwrd der for the area he selected as'a home for him and his family, s6 will! he : ... ,
[. 1 "NlgM Mlnlnt April 4th. work for:the 1 I1th'District. .' I !
Tim Trials -r-7 PnvFirst ,
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AdmbilasShdanta Whci &JackBipham. He A Worker

.$T.fOdldna / This record ofWORKf. and':INTERESTS! : building! a better J f
I Under { wan-FREE community jus!>didn't! happen. Jack Bs.p! offered his services. His

k KXHWW"E. "- ... M '., Figure "3" Races selection, ( an'officer, and key"work r was based performance, notpromises i

: Every triitr Thursday smieM ,
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lasir.dn4 April Hi.ThM Choose .A'"ManOE..Adion-Vote: For.'Bispbam ,For Senator 1
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; flf* :( ) LEON' SANDUN FOR KENNE H..JMnHv PAYTOWBQMMKYJR.REPRESENTATIVE: BU MIfMI NEws t.hrc Harks+octaodfacapyrltraad' Burnham.Mr. ; .' Mrs. Get ;rHe Fc 1t ..

, DiST.of : 'i r. 67 LOIS ZH'P/RER, j .and ..... Isaac Shiver spent Scholarship
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I': } ; To.ax voters:*f Hamilton,CountyX : TothtrV .t ; Valdosta with their
t I ,..J eras & of !he'eWIit.e am a candidate far thft v I w...bona August' 24, 1938- five You: must not lose taltp, ,IA' human Sunday At the Spring meeting at the Geor-
.. Sedgy' .......: b. ,I was deer .. 1t:.Humanity Is an ocean} &a few daughter and famSy Mr. and Mrs. Dietetic Aria. at DIIbIIa..GeorCD
fl ,! ; State Sheriff of IkD toe' County: tafte hath: of .. and lived.ny j r 1araice******- --- iad*dJIdr A+s Eta -
8" Dfcrtrtetof: Fehr.r ...afejriylfcnmer btllll Coun-: I was boa tn Hamilton County entire life !in Hamilton County.: .>I drops1 W!tnetac an,aif dirt/.,'the They ado -'attest a ..., en April 9 three eoBege students
'. r. r the Democratic. Pi*. "'JIM f a sfs! **e MethodU and am 44 yearsoU/jI tah'married era; a..'''gnduatTM l )taint)! High ones fTdocc- bstiotthidr.VTbsrMpr lr I them;r atvRm'fJ MMu
1 <1'' J mattes.Jn'k&* ."">As X am'not,en dlanrsaisd a'ct.Steteonlbdvertkb. and have 4 daughters.I School and hold both State and I if : .there. They,,were .tetoMto in steing ... to aid them .in their year's intetnUp -
'S 1 : this time. I Law School. I am a fair and Impartial : American Farmer X preparatory to a career asa
.caaet.1n balsas at, promise to give Degrees. am rt.isaeter Bob :Everett a 4\wlf,. a...
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can serve the people of the 17th put president of Hamilton County service If elected to this office married to the-ropier Alma Fouraker Mr and iris c. S otAndalusia Bob being Miner'Parta; of Burb- Hospital MetfcUn.'v 110 ;3

t :senatorial District on a fufl ,time Farm:Bureau and. ervecl'for 15 Your vote' and support,, wffl be of White Springs and we have : Alabama and daughter ham Christian church also spend One of ,these 'was, Mb, Afeba
basis. I have a definite objective years as-Board Member of the Su- greatly appreciated. one son. I am member of Bright .Mrs. Allison Mitchell of Red Level fig Sunday'with Mr. and Mrs. Un- Deal from .111I*'. She has always.

foe the 11th District and will tell It waanee Valley Rural Electric Co Sincerely:: -......_, Pond Baptist Church and have Alabama spent several days last'week dense were their sisters aid families been active.,In campui. activities.
to*t Voters in the next few weeks operative., : IIveaerved, for: the Kenneth'E. Smith served as a director and vice pres with their son and .brother Mr. and Mrs: George Hudson She hopes to totem in the sourness

I feel Illy qualification and success past two years as' 'dJaJnIwi'ofmUtm 11*> t I dent of the Ilam.. ton County Farm Mr. and Mrs..J..D.. Laxseter. and children CJ(.Lake City and Mr tem area and then work In a hospital .
as a businessman qualifies me bet.It County A9C Community Bureau. and Mrs.' Leon Starling and Mr. in.the, aresJx.
tee tJPperve the people of the district Oamraltteeroen,1>ft> v KENNETH TUTEN. FORSTAX i I am fully awafe'of the needs of ; _Mr.I and :Mrs* Ambrose ,AlvanoC Starlings mother and tether" from r-
Pensacola visited their
'.' wfll:jobs''X sincerely with me and hope main the voters this a Your vote 'andjsupport wSI ,be ASSESSOR I Hamilton County and t shall endeavor and brother, Mr. and Mrs.parents Bryant Jacksonville.Mrs. To Bid.(hi Post..;,
sincerely appreciated. ** if elected; to' represent the leas and Mr..'and Mrs!:Alert Deas Franklin Gaston and daughter ,
successful campaign and,then you llespeotfuHy; Serving ill Tax Assessor of Mrs. Holes McCullough ot Tallahassee
'r. people fairly .honestly and efficiently. Office And
last JVWay. Mr.. and Mrs. Alvan Repair
wGD have a mA.l10 the Senate who r9APWLIN ,
Hamilton County is sincere privilege attended church ot Macedonia
hl ; a' I Invite each and: every| :
will stand and fight for I' and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Des and
up you and welcomed obligation. It Church I in Madison
.: voter In this county:to Join in thlsj I Baptist: Air ConditioningA
; I shall serve as my own campaign GUY;McGHIN: FORCOMMISSEONER ,is with this thought that I'officially campaign end I'will be forever Mr. and Mrs. Albert Des spent Sunday County Sunday
in Tallahassee with their daughter
treuurer and the announce as a candidate for continuance QJPOrt.I I IPATTOri and '
and and Mrs. Miller
for vote Mr.
thankful your Eugene '
p, Bank of Live Oak win be depository DIST. 5 In this'rapacity for a and sister Mr jid Mrs. Royce : telegram thl* week brings the
., BEMBRT JR. children and mother Mrs
: MyrtIce
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:' for campaign funds 'II' second *. I ,- _" .. Martin. newt' from Congressman: : Don Fuqua -
f'?: R. M.: (Mitchell,HOLCOMB I would ltk ,aaoounce my candidacy '**.. k term.. F; ,Kenneth Tutee -- .$ ,. "* jfftsl:: a1" Saab of''Jacksonville' Mrs Rufus that the GensrarServlcef Ad-
: : I GEORGE FOR Qdbreth an", daughter Margaret
( for re-election: as your County WYNN ... Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Yawing and inHstration.1', .issue'invitations
, ,.JoELSELPH'QUALIFIES .Conuods knerfrom" the FifthXatcratefttf 'SUPERINTENDEDOF "' children: of Columbus, Ga. visited of VaUocta,spent Sunday with their to bid en March 30,' for renovation

I Dlstricty f: r ',. CLINTON MITCHELL, their parents and grandparent Mr. sister and aunt Mr. and Mrs. of the Jasper, Poet Office.',Th .
,FOR COUNTY COMM, I II .for hyvur I wpportrbJl'JQ.'I ; : .. '' > c.'-f; ., and Mm: George Young Sri deist I 1[Charlie DeAlso visiting Mr. and contract will call for air condition.ing .
,. BOARD ) ; Mrs' ::'Deas2Jvnday afternoon were
I, l FOR 'Tone k the Caster holidays., at,:| ,the office, along with palming
\ agovWpridng Improve P'soplexdMszol ion County; ,
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X hereby announce that am aaadidate 1 y ..* t.eti:,rtfiw Mrs. Clifford Dowda
,. our roe4s.increase maintenance, Tbe'Petiple -,,I hereby announce my candidacy. .* renovation 'of 'the electrical and
,,for the office of County To of Hamilton County daughter of Jennings t '
I GIs outr. tot: the lint Com..m1uimer' .,'efficiency,,' and provide new services I hereby announce&my candidacy lor.the office,c uperintendent of Mr. and Mra.c..rles ..ZiPPererll I ., AiMkt UghtfnB .system,"andit&fecettaneocsr
< of Hamilton and tan Randall of Starke, repairs. It J*a,estimated that'tna.
District. X have tried in office to deservei !fir the county school board"member Public Instructipa and Mrs. Don DrLoach and :
the weekend with ,their parents Mr.I work wm cost $40,000 with construction -
fruit bounty subject to approachtag
X forty-six old, married, i your' : Iii appreciation for ; from district number 2. : ; .children: ot Pinetta,spent Sunday
j am years I I Democratic Primary May 5, 1964X ", and Mrs. Bert Zlppereer and Mr. to talaeSO.dQ&.
your fefrpbrt I: have sought to give 1 I '
and have three children. I [with their parents and grandparents
: am.ahfeacng I am 29 years old born and reared am 26 years of age and a native and Mrs. Broward Bryan of Jas-.
attention all
personal to requestsand : '
resident of Hamilton Coun- In Hamilton County; a member Mr, and Jofn.'David Keeling.
I ; of Hamilton County. X am marriedto per _
sly and. have been active as a farm. suggestions. Most importantly of the First Presbyterian Church in Mary Alice'Crawford of Dalton, -. 1 : : '
II have' worked wordgived'wher
to keep I
.er for the past twenty-five; years. I elected my taper and engaged In farming. and. Georgia who Is presently serving Mr, .,and Mrs. j; C Lee and. Mr. and Mrs?S. H.Jdargan'andchildren .CAliS
,, I will, if elected,'cooperate with you me. the nitrogen busmess/ on the faculty1' of White Springs chlkb'en'd Jacksonville: spent Saturday of Jacksoovilltf spent Easter .
..other Commissioners to promote j Your commissioner tar progress. The oldest of our three children night and with Mr. with their mother Mrs, Annie .
GUY McGHINHOUSTON Ugh School teaching. .In the field of Sunday 'I ) -*''' ...F.
y ;teal preserve an honest efficient, t will begin elementary school in tome Economies'. Lee's parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morgan.

and<< progressive+ County Government September ,I am the son of N. Broward WU11. McCulIey. Mrs.'otto TNAHKSWe
Mr. and Deal visited
t ROBERTS I am vitally and sincerely Interested and the former-Louise Hunter whois .. I relatives
in Gainesville and Jack-
I,will appreciate your vote and FOR STATE SENATOR to the educations program of the daughter< of the late J. Bart Miss Marie WWiams of Jacksonvttle .
onviHe over the weekend are sincerely grateful to our
support) la the forthcoming electJm.II' I Hamilton County and if elected to Hunter Sr. i : spent,the .weekend with '
Respectfully submitted, X hereby announce my candidacy his office I will strive to provide I I received my Bachelor, of Science her parents ''h*'.,and Mrs. Winston .Jack' ? Chandler- and friends and neighbors for their many -
Mr. and Mrs
:JOEL SELPH tor State Senator from the 17th Senatorial the best education possible for the : Degree in June, 1963 from. WU 1ama. Also spending the weekend children of Irondale. Ala. spent kind: acts of sympathy during the
illness and loss of our mother Mrs.
District I feel that having children of Hamilton: ,County.; Berry College, Mt Berry, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Williams Easter with their parents and grand .
Mary Emma Parker Our
i ISAAC (IKE) SHIVER served In the legislator for 13 I earnestly solicit your vote and I Your vote and support will greatly was Mrs. Anna Shiver of Jennings. parents Mr. and,, Mrs. J.. D. Laseter cannot be adequately appreciation ex-
FOR COUNTY COMM. years; X will be able: to serve my support in the forthcoming election. benefit your children and our .
district: better' as a result of this Sincerely county.: Mr.. and Mrs,Lawrence: Selph and FISH SUPPER pressed. .
Elect Isaac (Ike) Shiver your experience.Drpraxpenence.' Qinon.:::: S,! Mitchell ,GEORGE..WYNN children of Jacksonville spent Saturday ,13, Carolyn.and, BIn Bettye

County Commissioner, from Pre- tocludes 8 night and Sunday with their There-will t be,a fish",.supper at
ckattr'one,, and seven. 'Jfcur vote b the'House years. parents and grsnJpnatU Mr., and I Buijiha/rt Qirlstain$ ",Church: ,Saturday -
J. W. McALTIN SEEKS Humbly and sincerely, we.would!
g.; and support will be appreciated in the Senate and 4 years on .I HARRY T. RED FOR Mrs, Bert Zipperer and, Mr.- and I evening April,13. Serving time.from' .. lUte to say ."Thank you", to our
I ISAAC (IKE), SHIVER Live Oak City Council. If elected SCHOOtSUPT. RE-ELECTION ASREPRESENTATIVE Mrs. Melvin Setytu' 5-00: to T p.m. ';'Pro eeda from many friends who were so kind and

I II I pledge to represent aD the people :Mr., and.Mrs. ,Harlan Lambertand the supper wiO go into the 'building helpful to UI during: the recent inner -
\ GEORGE L. SMITH FOR of the district fairly and equally. My 'Meads- and fellow eitfaMM o4 son of DeLand.,Mr. and Mrfc. fund. Everyone is ,invited. ,and upon the, death of our

1\ TAX ASSESSOR Your vote and support will be ap Hamilton tasty I hereby announce' my candidacyfor Lou Shadrtcfc and' children of PI- dear husband and father. The beau
I hereby announce candidacy reelection: as Representative netta.and Mr,and Mrs. Russell ,
preciated. my ttful flowers, wonderful food, visits.
I hereby"announce that 1 'am a fiJICfUSTON? W, ROBERTS for. re-election as Superintendent for Hamilton County:) in the FloridaLegislature Alderman and children of Jennings cards phone calls and sympathetic
candidate for the office of tax assessor of Public Instruction for Hamilton subject' to the approaching spent Easter with their and
parents words
-' were so deeply appreciated,
Democratic Primary May,1964 .
f{ subject to the Democratic County.. If ;reelected to' this Important grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and helped greatly to strengthen
FOR If honored with re-election to
, primary, in May. In making this JERRY'BSMITH office, I promise to continue the people of our county for I Qasr &tum. Mrs Lambert and ,1'Is 'MIi i and comfort us in our sorrow.'

r 'assessor race I pledge, as X have you a no full other time interest tax '.\\3 n in the this work that has been started serve another term In this capacity, It(,son longer remained visit with her parents fora May God richly; bless each of you
county to giveour boy throughout the coming yean is 1 our
TO THE PEOPLE shall be my continued purpose to
but to serve the people of my
and girts the beet possible educational earnest and sincere .
dUigenfly ot aQ legislation and Mrs James
I. County.: ,I wffl at aH times have the HAMILTON COUNTY 1 pursue passage Mr. Coleman aril
.. interest of the people at heart, and hereby announce my candidacy opportunity. coming before the House,\children of Jacksonville spent ,) -
I Sat-
.win dIa.f Commissioner of .: ? X.will affreclate your, vote<< and which da.top the ibest.tnteiesl t: : Mra. A..L. (Dink) MathlsandfamQyt.
to Dist
) .i at any time be ready -j.t County furday night with Mrs..+ .
,'. ;I'I our widen you art prkaMletis that:you No. B. -t-, : I L 'd 1\I .. (' and benefit of,JIamlhon. County; ,and .. ., <4w
: : Sincerity; 1 Y _47- ____ : ;
may have concern! *** your' assess ivot.Aiui'arapot .will bePPNdatIcL Its citizens. I'I' : w www-WWW-- W V Wf _____
neat I want to thaak each and f., 1. ,Harry T. Reid At,the same time I shall bend

\ .every:voter< to Ms. county for :your i t. t '8In INIr. '- ....... .,,- my untiring efforts toward defeat STAND
vote and support> to this campaign. a 1 FORf' of all laws contrary to that end rr'S. TIM'r! TOGETHER
?n During my tenure U a member ; 1c .
+'- George LSmlthJ. N..J. (.iZs) CO. COMMISSIONER' of the Florida House, I have served c. A, better educational opportunity.for our ,children is 'a must
practically all of the committees
on '
R. (Bob)' MILLER FOR!STATE SENATOR* This .& to announce my, 'cand: of that body: and have thereby in .Hamilton' County It is too,long put due! IV J

for reelection to the office .
gained experience which together "
FOR' CLERK OF COURT X hereby announce: my candidacy: of County Commissioner, DIstrIct with the respect and cooperation: '-':. VOTE for and SUPPORT,those candidates :who are 100% for .
tor State Senator from the 17th Senatorial 3, comprised if Voting Precincts of my colleagues: whom it has been the completion of our school program:;otherwise best'
To the Voters of Hamilton County: District of Florida. I sincerely ,all of our efforts
1 and 5, in the May 5, 1964 Democratic my privilege to work with I feel
,X have qualified as a candidate I feel that my experience as a Primary Election. are important factors: in my qualifications in the recent School Election will have been in vain.
for the office of Clerk of the Circuit dairyman farmer and business
Court of Hamilton County subject man qualifies me to know the needs Slnie ;serving as your Count : to serve you.
to the Democratio Primary in May..I I of the district. ,I shall, It elected, Commissioner1,for the.past,term.1 I earnestly solicit your vote and "United We Stand, Divided We Fall"

,I am 46 years of age, and a native represent the people of this district have" gained valuable experiencefrom support

of Hamilton Q xmty. lam a Mason I fairly, honestly and to the best of srvlns on State Committses: Gratefully J. W.yours McALPIN, HAMILTON COUNTY NEEDS AND MUST .
member of the Hamilton
a County I my ability. I invite each and every and Attending State Association of -- .
Chamber Commerce, and a member I voter in the county: ; to Join In this County 'Commissioners meetings. :
of the board of directors of the campaign aid I will be ever grateful I t have also gained much experience ALLEN TYREE .HAVE A MODERN SCHOOL PLANT

Jasper Community: .Development" for your vote and support I working. with my fellow Commissioners SEEKS, REELECTIONTO
CMP. <'shall serve as my own campaign and other County Officials,
believe that my many yetis of treaturer and the Commercial: Bank and from. serving! as Chairman of SCHOOL BOARDTo AND A
service to the public kt various I 1 of Live Oak win be depository for
your Board of County Commission :
capacities, has given me the practical the People of Hamilton County
campaign funds. .
era.1D respect I have woriei PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL PROGRAM
: experience to serve the people N.,J. (Jack) BISPHAM ,I hereby announce my candidacy :
well In this ot
:. your vote and support on May CHARLIE ; County; with advantages. for ALL the' .Instruction [rot Hamttton County. .
Ctn. people .* ,
J. R. Bob MILLER. If honored with re-election to I want to thank everyone for the
y. ,' q this office I will continue to serve privilege,and honor .afforded' me
'j.. }MATTHEWS7' .Sheriff Charlie Rhodn has amouBMd > sachet you fairly' and impartially: la serving you in the past.X ., '-
FRANK I that he win be a candidate 'oven-the entire County. I again earnestly clt your vote and SPECIAL! :One Week Only

FOR SCHOOL...... ,'BOARD. for tfPslection, to the office of Sheriff pledge to you faithful efficient / support in the forthcoming primaryand
Hamilton County. and courteous service as a County if reelected: to tills important
,To the voters of Hamdloq'CamtytI ,'sincerely: thank an of the citizens Commissioner to the best of myability. Board, I will endeavor to serve aU
hereby announce my candidacy ,for their support during the the people of the, county: as I have Reg 78.75 Value

for School Board membrrain the past?years; and, I thank each: of I will appreciate your vote and I always done

t ardDistrlct I I you for having honored me with support. I X believe the children Countywide Yz H. P. Aermotor 'Pump '(Impeller
r It has been my privilege to serve this position. Re ecUuDy.. should hate equal educational guarantied

j, 9 you as school board ,member in /'I, promise amt,you; will ,con- Jack Vtoson opportunities. ., for life '
) valve
), r the put I wish to express my appreciation ,t I tine,to have the services of protection i Sincerely, ) Regulating ,and pressure" guage
to the people of this coun I I >
.:Or liar their support and cooperation: ', and, assistance: from this MAURICE BENNETT. ALLEN TYREE.

t in seeking: better education and bet ,office In the future that you have IS CANDIDATE FOR '
I 4er facilities for our youth. ,had during the past two terms $59.95 Plus TaxEverett's
At this time,I ask you to elect "I sincerely request your vote' COUNTY COMM "N Antennas

d :me, your servant for another. term. and support"< Respectfully, To The People of BamOto County .,. 'w '.

Sincerely.: I am a candidate for County Com ,. '
Chart Rhoden Witi&OftPole
Frank Matthews mlssioner In District 3 Composed of; ,' Well Drilling Company

2nd. and 5th. voting precincts. intalletl'1T :;
1 U elected I wU try to do the
of Today'sj
.Complexity' people very best In Hamilton Job that'County I can for the $29.95 ,Wishes to announce the opening of an office in Lake Park as weD as

j iiiThe Your vote,I and ,support will be VaUosta. We are open to serve residents, of Lake Park'and Twin

DEMANDS appreciated. Sincerely Bass T; V. ShopPhone ,Lakes, aa well as surrounding areas. '.:..\.

.ua aatra'xaaas EXPERT CARE Maurice Bemettw. We have a full line of pipe fittings, pipe (both gal-

M. (Matt) MARABLE 7926565MONTHLY vanized and plastic), Tanks (from 6 to 525 gal-

P lons) yard sprinklers and hose. On'display you
I am a candidate for School
h We give those important extra Board member .District Three see shallow well pumps jet pumps and..8ubrnerj -
i' service with a smile. When you I am married and have three ,

children: In the public schools of Both F & W and Aermotor.Call .
jjjble j pumps. .
drive in here. for gas vre always' lamCton County.X PEST CONTROL ,

check your oil, tires: water level am of a Hamilton native and County life-long with resident the V SERVICE Day or Night.For. ervfpe Estimates '

and dean your windshield. . ... r I service exception during of four Work;years War of military II and ; 4"and larger deep wells will ber cased to bedrock J and guaranteed

4 CAR WASH only $2.00 nine months: during the Korean ants rob min saverUsh free of rust, sand and corrosion. :'nmiiPhones '

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}" Jerry Smith's If elected X win serve to the best cal roaches
of my ability, and will at all times 242-6460 2440150Member .
GULF STATION t, serve each of you honestly-

Respectfully: WeB Association
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4 i<.V .I1 iKCnm{. 'a' x 14n1tS" ?Ari,+ r<':.k 'u1b :4' I (oontfniif frotn t>4*. tutee) JerryJadksoit\.... Observe ati rial.; I Il I" :' : )-iu1w---i .. .,{ :j. <"i.. ':;:;:: :

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.'*yf t LOCAL .n church program is being plan Over a half million Future Homemakers ibbt ...... .;,co 'R.. -' 't 'II'JiI ... .. t t'.In '
STORKS red at Bethel Methodists Church by of America in states. thru- Ai; ute1'r .
_. old home Church in Echols Co. Jerry ,Jackson.school of Jennings., out the nation observe National F l' v
near Farga She went with Mr: on April &h at 2.00: : pm. Beaker HA week April 5 to 11. President. ,
'!4 and'Mrs. Claude Law and 0 IreL will, be.; the principal Prof. E. Miriam Ilowell announces. ," M
There was an Easter service dna Rhodes, and his topic: The Role of Miss Barbara Pearman home To County Voters and Citizens:
"" dinner-served afterward to a large the' Home Ourch. School and economics teacher at Jennings High,
., crowd. It was a happy day tor Mrs. Community In the Molding of Boys School is adviser of the Jennings ,!I.... ;
Law who loves her church and Its anal Girls In This,Space Age All chapter. Officers are: : PLEASE READ .THE FOLLOWING. TAKENFROMn
fellowship homerooms wUI$participate\ in theproeTal'1l. President Miriam Howell; Vice : '

,Balance:your books... VIrkSVs 'Jacksonville )., ,All parents, patron; and Pres. of Program of Work Linda I ',,., ",,:, ""C''. .'
Louis of frlei are asked to come out. Smith; Vice Pres. of Projects, Sue : "AND'COUNTY '
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came Saturday for the funeral of Butler: Vice Pres. of Recreation, I
Mrs. L. M. Hamilton who passed I Boy Scout'o. Jerry Jackson are Sharon Howell; Vice Pres. of Degrees. : EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM LAW
away in Cordele, Georgia on "ThursdayrMr.randl planning an Art.Cralt Shop at Ste.i Betty Sue Zant; Vice Pies :
: ; MrsTttarencT Kafflff plied> Foster Memorial ooTMay J,2. of J>ubll 4r of Live Oak were also here for the and 3.: .They,are,being supervised Secretary, Glenda Wheeler; Treasurer I '
: rJTwu last rites..For many years. the Ham by Prof. E. Rhodes. The Boy Scouts Sandrla Rowel; Historian 9, Any person with more than ten years service upon termination '
Utons lived here and had friends by are working hanj now, getting Mary WeDs; Parliamentarian Barbara of'employment,i may receive a refund of his;, >irtributs na.
..wr. the sobs'!.' things I In order. Some of the workers Henderson. However such person may.leave his contributions In the fund and
Lt q. Mamie IBaDa. will be Olffony OaT Wallace The twenty members of the Jennings 1 'if he is otherwUrquallfted. receive benefits upon reaching either '
M Mrs. ) Bryan had Fields Arthur Bryi* Walter New. Chapter win' celebrate FHA the normal ((60) or early'(55)(! retirement age

A e*" r as her luncheon guests on some Richard Marshall LonnieSmith. Week by. the following 4 Class 7. Any person who is 55 years of age and has ten or
Mrs. Sayer Canova. Lmsde-GdiRonsld Cato Church tMAnenII New '
: Sunday
Reddin Dalt11rlS more years1 service fthd bar made or makes the necessary contributions
and Mr: ,
and Julia, Cato: 'Q n. Hope Baptist Church as a
retire and! receive
strictly a girls affair and may a reduced benefit tThisreduc-
edTbe Indian Monday, April 6, Ifamily Day- '
with theFINE Q Some beach tion to be 'of :nofrnTal retirement benefit .
they 'an ate drank and had fun hats; bOlfoUs. i.ernorY.belta. lanyards Cook a meal or be especially nice ito 5JS: jthe for each year themember
(Dot) Smith'and lacks being 60jyj okL Ncrmal
Mrs. George beanie members of,fam>ly.: I : ars -Example: benefit $100
molding plats cans
Mrs. Mamie Bryan visited hi Live per month.*. Member} ,M old. Member lacks 3 of bring
years year
POINT o ot and others Boy Scouts on,duty Tuesday.April 7. Publicity Day'-{ .
Oak the past'weekThe will be J,'Robinson, Jake James, Write and send articles about FHA! 60 yean old. >Normal b-pefit Is reduced by 13% or to $SS.
Rev' Norman Booth of the Clarence Mills Clyde Jones, Thom to newspapers make a bulletin IL For members: -classed In Division A. monthly retirement
i +?t Jasper Methodist Church attendeda as Newsome.;:*Abraham CampbeU, board display for school and an exhibit I compensation (BenefltMs computed on the following scale:Tears
w church meeting In Tallahassee Julius Wright William Johnson downtown.: : of service multiplied by I 3ft, multiplied by the average final com.
on Monday and one in Lakeland on 'School Day April 8 ,
Willie Bowles -McDuftTe. Wednesday, pensation. u
Tuesday. : .. Be )in charge of an assembly program
t. : (Example) Years of service 19 years: Average Final Compensation .
AUOOR'S Ii :zz.. '''J:' T.:Bridges aJkit Mrs.1 Women of the area have organized Thursday about Community FHA.; Day, April8carry $BO per.'month. ;" 19 X 2%. 133% X $:50 Is $95 per month
Ernest Chandler left Wednesday for a Softball ttaniat Jerry Jackson normal benefit: 'I
i flowers, fruit
and magazines -
i Ball Point Pen i4eor Hot Sprilngs Arkansas Mrs.,Bridges SchooL Manager Prof Rhodes shut-ins. If the petcon.were 57 years old. his normal benefit would
assisted C Candy. S. Shivers
will remain for some time while by be reduced by 15 /$ or $95 X 85% which is $50.73 per mirth. under
treasurer, A. Locke chaplain, Can Friday, Fun Day-\prU 10-Parcjpate -
this week. I
Long 7" perfectly balanced writ Virginia returns:: Retirement. ;, '
Stamps Chandler ,returned to, as is corekeejfcr and social com in an. Individual. activity for,. Early '
Ing Instrument for tea 13.' For members' classed In Division B retirement''
designed school in Virginia after the Easter mittee chairman* They practice : monthly
auditors, accountants book ,, holiday spent with the family. I on Tuesday, ,Thursday and Friday. Saturday, Fund Day, April 11- : compensation (Benefit);is computed on the following scale; Years
6iuuult . Wash can to'earn money for chap of service to 31 1m
I The tub is open now for new playera prior December multiplied by 2tt plus years
keepers and others who need a t A. D. A. R. nweUar ta HonwrvUto to come in. We have playedone ter.Future : of,service after Decembr n.,U5. multiplied by IH %, multiplied
fine ball point pen for extreme Gf..of ...lrlegibirty. Mrs. E. J. Smith of Homwville I came'at.White Springs. The Homemalcers of America : by the average Anal compensation.
S aeterrr was hostess to the members of the game was 'very good and tight all are home economics: students inl Example; Years of service prior to December 31. 1955 Is 15
John Floyd chapter of Daughtersof the way. We will play White Spring junior and senior, high schools. years, equals 30'/ Years of service after December< 31. 1965,.
ONLY THI AUTHENTIC NATIONAUTADVHWIO .' In Jennings April\ 10. Come Members of this national youth .
again on
the Aemrican.Revolution Tuesday 7 years, equals. .10.50%. Average Final Compensation $250 per
Ina ; in its 19th ,
UNDT flH CAllUS TNf and yowseIf.TfIZ organization now year '
March out enjoy
KNOT UNCONDITIONAL e ureeouAwmt. afternoon 31st from 4t06.1'Ibe work toward the over-all goal of month. 30%. plug 1050: % Is. 40.:50% X $250. equals $10135 per

00 NOT ACdfT SVS. M with flower colonial: arrangements home was attractive through : '1'0'EEOBTEtt helping individuals improve person. month NORMAL BENEFIT, If early' retirement at age 57- reduced ,"-'
JTITUTM-IOOK fOR tlNOr ON NEW FIRST GRADERS al, family, and community living. by 15% : $10125 X 85%'equals" $86.06 per month*
outThe Jerry Jackson School will, register Members retiring under Division B, when eligible would receive I
tea table was covered with all students born in the year of
GIANT Social benefits and
Security above
over their State andOJcnty
INK imported lace cloth and centered I
1958 on April between 3:00: and 5-00 : Retirement beM& '
with an arrangement of pinkan T'PI
'Ala from 7,00 to 9 00 p.m. '
e..lm/le I. r p.etet pm. gird : W R "
sane sue MIO. dwhhe azalias while on either Please register. your child at this I I hope reprinting the above section of the law

''t I side were'sflver candelabra 'with time If he or she intends to go to has ejjf&ined the'operation of the State EmployeeR
pink candles. '
monufoctwedkyUMDTfWCO.JMC.. school next year: AH schools in iit payments.During> .
k After business season a'social I
: .k u Hamilton County wi l register the : few weeks I will be around
e hour was enjoyed In the old: for next year's term.
day' ; '
...,':,, C. ...CI".c.Ii....u.s.A. +y : dining; ,and family,, roonu r same ,*. n eyeJERBX'JACI5OI ,.to ,
\ which hold many interesting relics ..ROU .. .... t .
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( ;
"Jetty Jai keriaf school' release* lou ( ''':''o.offur.JI'"J ;; .
j,;" dr1 Smith)'Register" 'and' Huxford. families the following}flit of J honof students J -.,.. .....re' Rt., -","'' '1;:' "" .. .' ._
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Fields., JT.a -
4 r r : [.''The' John. ''Floyd Chapter of D. Sylvester Candy William OirryJ'J-arry;Locke.,;"John Sim l :J', '1 n...., aftGVYa; i"'c cG\ IN, ,_ ri

tithe, Jasper r- e ", A: R./. is one of the oldest in Ga. morn, Gray; ,Wright.; Gwendolyn Marine h1. '' ra

with some 250 members.Hamilton Mary Pierce, Maxine ,.Welcome ,. ForRfrefectionAsCoiinty; .
l M.w. 'I Ootmtymembers, of this ; Patricia Wright Furalentha
'.' 4 'A Commissioner, 5th Disk
.., chapter includer! Mrs Leonard' Bell J. Simmons, Christine? Corbett DARK ; ,
Register, Mrs 'Hebel
Patricia Zackery,
Carolyn Mitchell
Chicago EL Mrs: Art Bradley, Lynn Rayam. Mngalene Gibbs, ..A- _.....A. JAJ-- GAS GAGS /kH try SuIIhan.a Freddie Laster Evelyn .. .' ._-------,; ---- --
tricia Townsend, Margie Mitchell,
Mrs. and Mrs.
Register Bradley
Emanuel Lewis, Karen Rolle, Phyllis .
noP'sror.q. DON'T tsE SlIel POOR you CAN FISH PITY WHO'TH6 OOr T attended hospitality this meeting with and about enjoyedthe fifty Townsend Vivian Bell, Ami "ARE WE BEING REPRESENTEDAfter
MAN-EATW4 ><'M for A KNOW of THe snwww other members. Herring: Manatee t Baker Leroy
SHARK COT THERE Herring, Pomia Bowles Peggy last weeks issue of''' '
ANN JOHNS'TON; ,; YEARS OLD Blister, Norma ,Fields Maggie reading
C Car Friday Match:: /ZT was a very Howell Odell' Pure Martha Bell the Jasper News concerning future road

special day with Ann Johns. She Sarah Candy Alphonse'' Mitchell. i construction in our,county, it seems,to ,.,
was ten years old and It was to bea Heanettee MJtche1: !!. 'Yvon McCasklll .:;'
day she will always remember, Willie F.'Smith: Debris Bell me that the people in Hamilton County y' -
The party started at five oclock Wallace Fields, Ekuise' Marine, are being left out completely. Certainly

In the afternoon when 16 of Ann's Menda Marine R...,B.. ,Wright andLeroy .we..cannot lay, the blame: of thtti.legginga 7 yworket
friends arrived. Ann is In the 4th McDuffie Commit
Slow the feet of .
our County *
(grade and Mrs.. Ethel Chandler I Is r
I her teacher) sloners. 'They have their hands"full :'-

I} The young' people were served ..keeping the, County roads maintained;, '
I hot dogs and all the trimmings because .. and other aspects of our County government ,
at that hour the cans .
appetite *
; Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE for real food. > moving in a progressive manner, f

PER CYLINDER Games were played'on the lawn .. I But we can and must lay the blamebf: '

CASH ON DELIVERY '.8Yeamore, 21001HOLLOWAY'S tot a while then they were invited G0MMNED thIs'on ' ; into, the house where the many I,
; other than elected State"Representstive ,
1 gifts were'opened and the pretty -. our: 'II
birthday cake with 10 candles was 'v3f
1 cut. There were the Easter candles -- :: > -"A ,
r and Easter eggs for afl. frolic for Ann to Iherlsh the time We,can journey to any of our stir* n
At seven o'clock the party was "When I was ten" r;:
and find .
(transported to the skatine; rink and Assisting Mrs.'Ann Johns at this rounding'county seats good ,
i it became a "Skating Party." lovely affairs were her mother Mrs. roads and roads under constructionWe )know( roads helps to attract

t..J NOLfOWI1r i ,T :There: were five.hours of fun and I Tomlison'and Mrs, 1'emMary) w industry which we need so badly)* With'progress: suchTas! this in the, ''I,

,.->>rds ea cssra' eds'a' '+e3sca eases rdsta rss'A eds'uar u Smith. IAwc surrounding communities, it seems)' that,the' State*'Road: 'Department I '

iJ .. would spore a crew,from one of th4djacentcountiee; ; ) long enough,so"' !

VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT. i ,at I least we could l :jget :our side! walks) paved from town to the new grain' a

.f mer'.cf' ooJ. The small 'children,that walk to school are forced to,use

the highways, and this creates a hazard"for the child as well as, ',the 1'

<: %3Marry; f Reid I IWj II parents who"drive ,their children to school.

!t. ,, According' to the"paper Mr;: Powers asked the group if they

.t "** Q knew,of, any survey"engineers'tosend: them to him ,and he would

County Superintendent of, Schools 'Now we' know."that you would hire them to do the work over in Hamilton County. Do'we have any,

come out pretty well on this I Survey Engineers living in our community that are (In need of work? "
of the mostmispronounced
subject, but semi) -
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'f .The Annual School Budget for the operation'6f \ shockers. 'The Federal.words' Office are real of According' to a recent'Fiscal!' i Report< of the Florida State! Road

Education lists the following dozen I Department,there were 228 Cities \\n,the State of Florida with a: population
our School in Hamilton County is almost ,One 3 words as those providing the under 2,500 who had streets paved in ,1962. We have, Jennings. ;

'l most trouble i White 'Springs and Jasper in our County that fall in this populationgroup

.t Million Dollars a year. The.direcLionofthis Mil6 dress.On, again Interesting, accept toward preferable, ad, and neither of these towns was ;included in this 1962 report, nor

have had streets paved in 1963.
drowned perform automobile they any
I lion Dollar Business requires a successful business i. .attacked demonstrative '
Nobody ,out mlcproMimeeJAMSB )It seem to me that our county is not t being> fairly or adequately

ma.1 with proven business experience. ''Sup- \ *c mlMsulentaMl that represented. The money has, been allocated:for. 'this purpose over a.period .
we have the most efficient fact'set
of 2 years and we have accumulated,over $600,000 i in the budget .
;mart a LAUNDRY
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port. nCV t- fort; J Harry; ;'T.. !Reid,, the man whohas /) A TOM CUEAWWO W..IIIeft\.U'W1-eentee ko la. :.M la ..... at this: time. '. ". I'
"Arx T1 Jf the people''of' Hamilton County elect me. to this) office, ,i '
Undry sad efeaalag fast reed.year ,
1 1 successf ai!. Business. Experience, for thej job.: \ away happy',.-. wfehj'the promise that I will exert all the influence of this office to bring these i..

I floe Job dose .need ts. MgMvlax needed improvements: .to our county, We pastas. **.,'and ,we < **a r .
i VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT v \ experieneed.. Yeah IBM A '' '' ./ \
both .M. Jim get tt. bawl ., just consideration v'f J Jf
I !MBS** to JAftTsm'UiDNBBYA :. !: \
i 1 HARRY 'T ,?REm I \ CUCANimS for all .wasMagasd .. = 'I
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