The Jasper news
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 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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System ID: UF00028306:00222

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April'Is Cancer ; :M __iClinic fi; y,: ,Hail.,Meeting At t Meth&sts\ 4 Letter Club Holds CHAMBER OF'COMMEkCE f

Crusade Month, I For'Rabies ShotS4The p renames .Primitive I ct"" ew. Annual] Award

; wOfficers' regular meeting of the Board of Director apd

'Dm YOU",KNOW Hamilton County l ea1d D B ChI rC1i Banquet [Committee,Chairmen of the Hamilton'County Chamber

.. IIJiIIR.&M. .tJosmty'tmtataiaaa partmept,ajWUnCed) .toSaY.! t'. 'rj ., .
: ; 1flne 'annual 'dtebtins"at .Fkt"et jlLCommerce Vtvill.be.'held' Monday evening-j\pril I3
b 'a"L.1rtisoel.d.wHk torn ; :iii ; Sbe1d: ; Church Jen; Lat' StsnReyr night1 while Dr.. "I Tuesday night*ther Jasper Tft&b .
Primitive Baptist at
........&..--- psrlisetrr. see. eUcI ,Saturday April 18.. 1964 aorta 8 iLm, ntngs); \<*m- begin Tuesday' night;' Robert Hbbe4 presided, the First Letter dub held tti annual award 19 4, at 8:00: p.m., in the Chamber of Commerce office,

bye to reeasvo eewHMm,eq.. tOj 12' noon"fo> .those wha'Xafled'to Aprfl 14.y and'concMde Sunday.'ISth MethbdlsfcQjurctt: elected the new banquet at Mr. and Mr ,'Joe Ards [asjjer, FlorWai All Chamber Commerce meeting are.

to. the, .ails..Vef,** jgyTT'.fr.,.:," have tbelr 'anlmali immunized at Services.wfll" be held twice dally* officers for'tcpnterence-year 1964 Restaurant. Guest speaker was Mr n to lid public 'rVisitor.ate always welcome. '
..,. i........i"-''I.noetn.. I!the reaular rabies' .Immunization at '11: ''.itt.t-- inn:T:3"P.in.11e: ( -1965, kffectivtyune 1, MXAi Snunj Glassman, sportswriter oF< i iplI
F more ffaa.rtl sMsMsMv tnea steAmeaioan clinics recently held) thraughout: the guest,;Qf*p*** t'',,wia lbi ''fewer.TMC : : ;The new ottccrf and changes: from the,Valdosta Times
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I cawUr ; iA the and Committees
Cancer atstye ckyearthan Elmore' PI East'Point.- Georgia Commtssijn Awards''twere>-given 'to Football
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: our yearly CW8ADC"DfttVES' I '"-; 'cUnte produce!: p I attend these services.f jjttimett L. Dupree payers 'and cheerleaders.- Alt Conference .
That whatever romfrilnrtk ns are :c'firufliPtfJDoeK*..WUUam n K1Mt"DVM M ron Johnson; "' football 'da.werlf pr v
TS&t* W.; Devan*
M nea the lite ot what iis 4 tp ,
.; received from CRUSAM: JJRIVEk 1 41' Pastor'List r: Stewards: Mrs. Horace Bland, semi to Billy Jackson JlarreU Reid
er' and*llBEFtlrO'1t1. flLg..Ml1g. MM .H\aftl'\ "' ..t'' Bifly Brewer.,.i Wm.' Reddin Dail
AODt .. -' ft '- :;L_. Johnny Peterson Wayne ,.
:;' back.kx Hantfpn Cawty fori\\4- WMf "tW:' Gene Dtn gM. Robert Fine and Jerry Smith.. Donned t
'.'- lance of oaf own people, ,! tfseir''ktniinil"iehuniaed; fes FZ'Chaei r; Bifly)A.>Jones;.Charles HJ Jones Register was voted the'most vale

;. That Cancer.kiBs more children rabies is sk>ce ely taped to do''soatthecfinick Mrs ILtJ. Mara We..Dr.. Fred Mick: aide'player; Jerry Smith the most
between age JUS than any othr Local law pertaining Fife Hazards ler, Jcj.Heroy; L.'Lee* W. W.. Pen- valuable bee kand Wayne Garra:

disease to licensing and immunizing animals Unattended motor and 'equip nington ''Jr. >Leonard Register, ghan the'most Valuable! lineman. It
That-Cancer;strike'two out;of are In effect and will be enforced ment without protective devices ?Charlie Rhoden. Leon Sarv lin, Jr., was also announced';rlhat ''Jerry

three homes!. after this 'date.' can become overloaded causing Charles] Tornpkinj.Honorary' ; Smith received a Scholarship from ,,
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tight Cancer with;.a Checsxj: >,and Hahirii''Rallies To a'' fire.- Delay-type fuses and thermaovcrtoaded C. RuUedgeC'.l'\ I first student tram Jasper who has
a Check, to protect' you your family protection device ChurchLay', Leader; Foster II.I I ever received: this scholarship.,

and.others. J .Down can prevent such hazards. I Shepherd, SiVljf"fti'l The following girls received bastetball .
.Jasper.6.4'c .
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< //1:'': '" Checkv national' CIO'Ioca11] eleotri- ': 7 memteic'rf' the annual conference letters: Paula llogan, Diane 4 >

N.ti naiLibraryr c TheTTwiinUvers Baseball cal code*.tataato, ure,your electrical : Mrs:: Wirter J. Sapp Mrs Carter, Marsha Bra swell, Ann
,.\ take sstmf:ha* the sizeWlHngtuxt.flBes'I Walter HsvensrIOsmrnhsloot Camp,' Marilyn Bembry, Judy Me Jasper F.F.A.Chapter Illzatton and Conservation office: *
i eata* jumped,oll to"a tast start -h"r has been contacted to measure) two
1218'National iJ
WeekApnl. Lend Florin Hester. Sue Williams,
Sunday with the Valdcot Red Sox ( :>> MI Aembershlp and, 'equal five acre plot so that both
C" breaking up a 1-1 tie in the fth and Electrical hazards that can be Evangelism: OJalrWan: Mrs. IL G Sherry Andrews. Martha Carter, Conducts areas will be exactly the same.Tha
Library Week begins going 'on to & 7-3 win over' Tlftonin.jmpnJ caused through carelessness are: Marable. men: -Mrs.f4dMrs. Carol McLauchlln and Martha Me- variety of corn both plots will be

Aprfl 12th andiwill, last through Overeat -Stockton the Combustible, material,left,, near Fred David Emmett Call. Nitrogen TestsOur Dixie 18. The same analysis of

Saturday April 1 *th.:'AU ovef due ,hometown boys (defending champ-:- or' In'ettact witb''HeatfDK lamp IUI iDupree. Its.; J. G. ,Re }..-' The following boys received basketball F. F. A.Chapter has, arrang 'fertilizer reccommended by the ex.

books bnxglsj bi yjrat.+je.- 1'ri11b' ; I tans from last -year V me"from-- appliances,,left, or unintentionally ter,. drf., Ju awards! Dennis Hackle re ed 'to carry.', 'a' demonstration of tension service will be used i for

fine free. attesvroarrt'1t1ia behind.to ,tie.upthe: ; game,3-3Ja "Commissionman Education! celved an award for top scorer Redford ertlllzers on Mr; Pete Dela';farm both plots. The only difference will
,. Saturday 7at I I the Mh,apd( ,went,frOm..then,to a ':Dropping materials In to"electrical ..M... Wm.. W. radshaw'Qtair-' Harvey t'received an award for In cooperation' with 'the Chilean' be the side dressing. One plot will ,

: 2.-00 p.m. thereWVl bra fflWshowIng i.-rvictory"ovef' tough MduitrleJ J : ; equipment. ,)brnmh i Mrs. Broward the Leading rebounder. Matt Mar- ntrate ot Soda Company. contain 300,.1bs. of Chilean Nitrate
: ;"and. story.hors In"the,'Library Down fct .Jasper,,Hamra.rallied In 'Unprotected moving parts on Bryan;;),Mrs. D. Leslie Mrs. able received( all 1 Suwannee Conference Random sod samples have been of Soda per acre and the other plot
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the' 8ta'.to'pve come a 4-2, I ',tndI driven equipment1.' ,, Betty'JeanCommission'pn' and was voted the most Valuable 'taken over two five acre plots to of liVe acre will have 300 Ibs.' of

Mr.. JohnJLTaytetCelebrate J lead aM went .M tea 64 -. J&aper'1 LC4A4SSJ'electrical;/ : equipmentplugged sons; player t>Dennis Hackle ,and determine what the soil needs. Mr; Ammonium Nltrt per acre. This
.Hahlra and Jasper played a good ui and within reach ell i CCommtttecr 'Mrs. XBs llen- ttidford.Harvey were selected' for the extensionervtcshaarra will give ua a bag for bag nitrogen

:; 92nd, game In Jasper ,andfthe, hometoWnett -,' small children.OBBiactiRe'citfskle.. clarion; Mrs. |.Mkkter, ,Mrs.>W: the! "all Tournament,' bam", ; ed to have test.-A.ceurate records will. be
\ r rBktbday I wires', with J E. Shep- 'The awards win know the 'it\da.\ '
had 49 lead going into W. P fn. cheerleader went to. wee kept on ) ,We"wUl try to
r, ;L: :;ate ; ri the-,"<;Inning'and-appearedon: ." r tn Ul.)machinery, without herd; s t Tompkins, Mrs.itewardshipC Diane Carter and NeU Dedge., Di- what is needed. Mr, Johnny ButlerrepresenWip report,them" to you as we get them.
their way. to vW r'T -In the,8thHahtra' 'UMt*! rotabl tools CharlesTvraUon.' anne i,received a trophy tae being { the Agriculture Stab- Reporter, ,Derryl King t ,
,J grounding in wet or damp _
; proper '
,*ip. John Taylor celebratedhis came to fife esOSUny'1'sy Opnunlsslon: or <>- the roost.outstanding .cheerleader\ ,
ttoobtodi i Cnarle Goodso ywaU QsaIrmahrd"1 1Oommineemen Register Nell got an, award for her services'
12nd bkthaaV Sunday witK lamtOy T'lia'' agamst these
14 ed and Bin MOer! ; -protection' T Ehlett ;Besides Lettermen and Letter-
-" reunion: vimf'Kjff{ { rwj I Stith 'then? bivkcd a constant alertness. Gal >fsion pill Han Social con I Women 'there were other guests
Tfc* Vf F.-w, Ijpffie'was-over = of tit* Safety em.L -
;wttb Ulaifc* and.Mend its S..4.I.i'aurllra .. ;Cfisrm *lga 'John H.Csyde.I presenter:The .banquet 'was over
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Blanton,.M'ouJtft.G"'Md.fancy 6-C_ .t "'! .: OIt,. Church School Superintendent J I I.r..:- I.:;.. ._. ._:_., I
-7tk1tR James L Dunaway' .. .
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Dollar, Thomasviste,. Q4 Mri. Bertha Bilges Tyler went aQ the way live Secretary, of Stewardship, Wm.Reddin r James Black,; Jr.: James' "Buck:':

Taylor'.uter-in-Jaw'. Mou1trle'Ga. !; Hahlra and pitched a'aaod game. Dail Sr. \ Reeves,1'' Charles?R.!Watson,. Kenneth I

_. Tyler struck out t asMlkcd.none I Membership ,Secretary/ Mrs.. H ) G; Wood $r.' .i* ?' '' ,i I
The children preeeatwere: t. O. In nine inning.' 'h1.a'' I Glen Turner 'Landscape Commute ,
Taylor and wUe) ..from' :'RJverslde( ,
Committee on r.a.v'Personnel.' Committee members, Lennard Register I
Fitd.James.V: Sara, Sonny Taylor and Charles Stith '
California .' '
C. B. Harrison; Clyde:: R. 'Payne, 'Mrs.'H.'Glen Turner _
'John Taylor Jasper and Jen- had a double and single! for Hahtra Jack I
from Wood' Ileac Usher-Mr."William
lop, i't. w and Charles Goodson had 2 hits to Committee on Records and History VTnBorf:." 'tibe:; abbvt, photo shows Social Security: Representative Day'left," and

Edward .from' JaVtoonvBM; FkV- lead( the winners attack at the plate Chairman: Mrs: T, D. Leslie OJureh Assistant 'Pianist:: Miss Postmaster.O'Caln right with! a mall bag full of social Security Chednv
tine Altman Crab City* EmYnal ouCutss. -For Jasper Jerry Vann had 3 CommItteemen Mrs. J., Graham Patrkla''Griner. Imagine 42,000 pieces of mail, letters, packages post cardI: ,.etc. o

Gatncsvffle',Mae Dee-.Johei mIa including a double while Ruper I Black Sr., Mrs. I. J, McCall. church Assistant Pianist; Mist Rebecca one stack. The very idea of this would overwhelm most of us. Yet t. that' t
Apopka. Mtlton McKown Cdrto WgOds had 2 hits. When Jasper
Ga. V pitcher Jhn Goode left in the 8th \'Jerry Smith, outstanding senior Audit Committees: chairman Clyde Lewis amount of mall Is handled every" day by the Jasper Post Office:Now
Committeemen'Jotra.. will be listed afte ribs instal
There were also several sets bl :bls'team: was leading 4-3. Bfll Sftppreplaced o1.\the 1964 graduating l class of Jasper R. Payne; Jack can The complete list of church offUatlon ( try to imagine more than' 750 government checks, worth more than
5 generations o frelatlves present him on the mound .and High School;.received confirmaon Henry D, Vickers, Mrs. Vln- service on Sunday, May 31 .$35,TooOO In one mall sack. This might sound like'a day dream but on

Many, great great grand sheik (suffered the loss. l" ). byway of telegran thl% week sonCommittee on Good Literature t tCommltteemen at the mooring worship hour. the third of each month, the Jasper Post Office receives( just that.

and nephews from :Atlanta.Ga.distance as "Both Hahlra and Jasper are'.Im that he had been accepted as a : Mrs. T. D. Leslie House and ground committteeCbmmltteement : I On that day, the monthly social! security checks arrive at the local
Tampa, Florida proved overvtast season and the scholarship student at Dartmouth. Mrs. Wm Shelton Lewis Miss Marion I WIn Reddin Dail Post Office and the retired disabled, widows and children get their pay
There were over hundred relative Hanover NeW Hamprfre. "
prsent to celebrate the league\ looks [much. stronger after College of ,one of the\ ,Worley. (_ James L. D seaway. Robert '.Fine m ntl.: It you want to know how Important those cheeks' are to the
*) .\.Dartmouth? I* out.
birthday",party which baa been taking opening day- i 'standing coUege* of the nation and -"- people who get them- ask any postman lie knows how eagerly\ they are

place the'5th of April sinM 1.9Il.: :1J are-
Pi ke's'Auoclstloet dlq 1 ble :tarf led bercent of their graduating Few people realize I 'the volume of work that is handled by the local:

job>titeir firtt'gftme' r the TwbiRhreK's c>laav"Jerry plans' to enter Dart- Poetottlce'MarVin; O'Caln. Postmaster, pointed out that there are 456

,: i-.a Cue.i C mcath:at the beginning'of fall : private boxes at the poet office and the local staff cover four rural -'

: f""' N ext, Sunday. ;vasper' blaysV.at\' quarterHe: Is the son of Mr. and gLk ; rout ,;' {lover 2.800 stops) with an 'average load of. 42,000 pieces of ;

; ...... .. .I'Ifto ;_ .. \1 .. J." jJWJ... I./Mrs.' Jerry B. Smith; Sr, of Jasper. i mall a'day./ > ,''f ._

W'w d All social security matters for Hamilton County are handled by t

I -i t.Isd. AM: tkMst Mates I the VaHostv Social Security Office: This office services four:Florida i '

: counties ard: six Georgia counties Their representative; Duane Day, If 1 '

New York -(HTC)-Th* Motor basic purpose- denw dtt6n- -:ico, a cowboy on bucking bronc bwd..Kem iYaa..aldMh s.! at the Courthouse in Jasper on the first second,third and fourth Tuesdays I
Vehicle"Registrars 'of 30 and the 1958 standardization on for Wyoming among others. of each month. Over 19 BuHon dollar. are'paid in social security
their sights the six by twelve inch size and There are those who argue I checks Of this amount Hamilton receives '
states have focused every year. County over "
bolt ,that it's wrong to clutter platesup We took a turn acres town Just to leaders. Recognition was given to
on New York where their counterpartIs : uniform.location j ,holey 1430,000. Mr Day' pointed out that probably v! would
engaged in court: action 'attri with any information other see MaybeDe Blacks rose which the outstanding {flayers.Mis I more people get ,( I
over the use of a commercial bute-U1eTte Moat share mad bile other Of steeL For- than number. name of state and are in the news Just DOW, thousands . checks if they would contact him at the courthouse lie will be happy to

plug emblazoned on the instance the seven states accounting ,expiration date.of For the example nation's and thousands rpsest. M yfcH *' Mary Lou Owen of Live explain their( tight and obligation under social security f!
U. H.Yost
Empire State's 1M4 license for 44 percent of;all authorities on one license plates and Graham planted them Ihera. Oak was a guest on Sunday. of .
plates., .vehicle reglstraUon and 43 'h.', had'ft hand In"designing about twenty five years ago. the Harry,T. Raids tlon center Libby Kry'a deVonqthas com to
The court ac-< percent of all motor fuel taxesCalifornia the ,license plates of many of How weH they must have planted . the attention her-many. Jasper
tion stems from) ,Texas. Mew York the M.states.i t- argue that i. .' The regular meeting of P,'T. A. 'Th Florida Federation of Women friends. 1

dispute over] ,Pennsylvania.Ohio Illinois and license plate are a car's fingerprint Ethel Norwood fence of rose was Tuesday evening at the JasperElementary dub .will meet'' In' Jacksonville ... '
the use
whether of "World'sFair" HiehltsA-.sly hue stetl: plateavPresumably and police have enough Is ,Just 'coming Into Its own. They School. It wa the regular April 13-16. It'is hoped Jasper will It wasn't Ann John. who had thatIt
instead of the traditional this Is' because trouble spotting them 'burrted- were planted this year. altho she meeting but this time the candy: j have a delegation was Kftthy Johns 'It was my
such an ton*,long lasting Without: baring to 'separate .
plate ;
State" constitute: promotion ; date for the election bad blame
May mistake. Z can't It
She : on
-Empire of even
And and has always had A plat roses. i JBKOH1A 1
and least expensive., Uw figures front slogans ,,MR ALPORO
of a priTateenterprls decision could they can be mada thin enotsjn ,'other decorations' and Mr. Norwood work constantly li their opportunity. to,apeak. The funeral d Mrs. Jenaha the New* office force.. X hope this
An adverse court issuance of new to mall eeoncmleaBy <...; a Wit ,jLrtlbHity.: account, for the in their garden with know-how .'. l who died will make It right Mr*. Ann John
Alford W Wednesday
result In aa New York auto of Illinois steel plates.weight leas, predominant use of steel in thumbs, too. Florida Health Notes this month age I I. the mother of Kathy who fa I ten
plata .to night April 1. was held'Sattmlhy.April '
repast tt.Th sU ounce ptatw"saysYost; an engineer I. has to do with Mental Retardation. year of age'
owner iersiaty wlttt 'Vfttsburgh Bumt Company 4 at. 330: In ther"Methodist . _' 1
Interest of tae JO Motor A* lot the Increasing 7 And Just as you turn in to the -Approximately three out of every
Vehicle RegUtrsoi: ha been of slogans-they wually.sa !producer, of the, die from. road to Evergreen going the back hundred babies born will be retard Church. Shady Grove Fla. Rev.,I Mrs. librae Lewis and Mr*. Raymond
license plates are
by the. tact that what's on a states mind. which most Moody Ilolme of the First Presbyterlan j ''
heightened' press that ed. ; i Camp let: Saturday for
made.'Br points out that such there Is a yellow rose I
thetr also deliver II the preoccupation of way Church and Rev Donald I "
license plates Food ,
commercials1' with similar for ,plates ar*'mor*rigid and otherwise commands attention.In I Much Is being don in this field Orangeburg S. C.; to see the new*
: a many: Georgia plumps; Padgett,: pastor: of 'the Methodist I I
more desirabl than those about town Is baby 'Marie; Lewis" son of Skyv!*
and turn Health Board.Mena
-attractlai toorIatL'It peaches; ''Idaho potatoes truth a by the State
purpose Church officiated..
made of 'other-materials thatBs's : J JSuniVOl'l I
has been estimated that Wisconsin says Its America's. bn used from urn toWar well worth the turn. I. retardation to no longer include 2 daughtersMrs and Bud Carter. They win also go
of UtatoaUon's Lumberton to visit Jerry and
million dairrland. to
about 90 mSUon license Tourlst'aU' :-.. a'hush hush subject.Florida Libby Kry of Jasper and Mrs O
69 surfeit'of Lewi
approximately the Margaret
During World I had gorgeous
plates for passenger cars carry, traction* preoccupy n, CHnoisased a Coundl\ ,for Retarded Cleo Sanders of Chattahoochee; ...
Azaleas. rm glad they're cane'
com slogan tr symbol as they- D' 'others! a pressed Against the somber tone of a cold children In Tallahassee list 29 (tour sons, Elan Alford. Belleglade The dog are to, blame tor mu eh ;
course the nation's ItO.ooo'miles .aaong lurroft _.. _. .fiber containing mtwt.welcome. counties members of the Asiocla Ruel AVord. Greensborrcw.Florid but not an. It the lid of the garbage
Art- J were
label ar winter they
of nmpie.thnibeih: ;stila ..ona'a: J.""Orsiut Canyon BUU.>''t.f .turned'/T! 'out' to soybeans be 'farorlU that but their day I Is gone Too much is tort Slbly Alford, Greensborro ,Fla.Fla,I scan I la put on tight tt the wet food I

joined the parade this year: Keir )Mexico's rund ef iron- snack ,for livestock; and: dogs. too much.Th 'The tint residential center 'In and Fletcher Alford Sneads. garbage I Is buried Instead of put
DelawareMinn -'The 'T'' dl''ia'tlD' n t," Juouislana's" l Aluminum i*. used- la some Abnlghdntu/ of God'Is evident Florida for retarded children: was Pallbearer were her six crand- loose in the can snail papers are
Btate- OrqODwtLb "Sportmenli.r'ParadU*. fad 'jUU but Others dont like Its to th* ebb and flow of nature' started as the.''Farm Colony at eon Gene Aped Daniel Re Al wrapped In new papers your! premises
tends wIth Maine' rVaeaUoolanoV ; ', tef tees* and consequent suseepMMMr.to the minor tones are welcome. Gal waviDe la 193U Th name was ton!.,Jimmy Kry, Dan Afford Del would get A tatter,-rattAgj
Uenula 'Two ; state* iJoot beckon but berg and pulling Center ton Atford and heel Owen. ft
switched -aloransr 7 ew I Two 1 !ft!? changed to Suntend Training. with the unitary. cSecter and thepas.erby. ,
others order out of Us bracket boles. Fennsyiraala. Interment\'was In Shady Grove t
noted and New Hampshire vermont"th "iisitoOthe ATfflJEHO' BANQUETJasper In 1967. Now there are four center ;' .
York as t
for Instance. Is chancing Cemetery ;
which aluminum to steel. High gave a banquet Tuesday and more are being planned. _
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8cennle'atltter oma.
Federal has also Mr*. AHerd hat been U several Blench ': std Mrs f
Tlously perennial pictures Another license: .plate Idea erenine at''AnTs 'Restaurant Th. government .Mr. Perry ,
going through 11. a* "Photo- Many piste'carry was roof set aside funds for the flaming year at th* heriMeC. I
for Alabama that .am* a cropper honortne the athletic of the
acen1c.In ." mount kteBCnUatkm for easy spottingof sheltered, week Mrs. Lftr y.Olita; s ...,. .-... f
of community '
Colorado coaches the teams, more
fact have about In common the only Is thingplates their a a small sunburst rang for for NewMex, speeders by airborne cops! baseball school-the football .basketball, cheer shops and'YeeatleNal rehablhNw. ....... *1isi. i n frtr. ....ys (C.idts.nll.ele;,\1 :! .J.'..... t.":
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'PACE TWO :'; : : :; 4. if HE:: 'JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA 1"Friday, ,,April 10 1964 _

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a' g4 lti'J'bibson.'l'u' I : <''t their neighbors a valuable educational the close of schooL | sonville now living In Europe with WHITE SPRINGS

I 0S pamphlet, "The Answers To Rev* Sayer Canova is. assisting 10 her daughter who is secretary, I ,
IL' I'8CTOliRS Save a meeting :'at 'Parkview: Ambassador : "
These Questions May Help ; Baptist the American was NEWS ; .
(tJ ;' A. caD'to Vohmttcrs". from MrsLyadon Your life",*,!, know ,,the value of Church in Lake City. lie wttt use "Mother o fthe.Year"- one time ; .
: B. _Johnson .Ilonorary Informative the hv M*' Mary CoDlss
ft distributing cancer educational Drawing Boats Rev; Harold Mhrs. Cheflcer neeKnes Cranberry 1 Mi
__ : Chairman;,1964 A.: C.; S: Cancer Cru literature. I' have carried 'Green Is pasta, > was the daughter ofTroC A. Gran @> W. S. C. S. met at the Methodist -

wade.u'Americi the Society's life-saving messages Tuesday April: T; Mrs Maude Berry Once president. J.. Nr L church in the Educational: BuJld
.f n (Continued" From' '"Part 1)) li a Nation doers. myself, tibor-to-door: during Havener and Mrs.I Cecil Sandlinleft ,. ,. 110\, .. i Ing Monday night at 7:30: p.nu Officers .
We,accept no tragedy:as Inevitable. Cancer Crusades. When calling on for Orlando for-a*' meeting of : for the coming year are as
'Hazel Hunter spent part of the Instead we. try to do something neighbors. volunteers should remember the State W. s. C .S.. : SPRING.,FAMILY LAUDED follows, President Beverly Dullard.
Easter vacation In DaytDna'w1th about it That.bas heritage. That our slogans: Fight cancer Gall Spring .Is making a record Vice President Mrs. Elizabeth GrIt
Miss Ophelia Bryan.It la the stand we have taken against with a Check-up: and a check METHODIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY :at Florida State University and like fin Secretary AvaneTJ Altman Trea
. cancer.: All together, volunteers, OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE MEETS many Hmilton County'"""products" urer. Mrs. Slstrunlc Spiritual Life
acIentilta: ,the Mrs. Broward E. Bryan and Mrs airman Mildred Shiver. '
physicians .nurses l I we await big news In the future. ( ,
was annual campus day at Valdosta government-we are 'united In the Mr. Ewell C.: Morris of Orlando Graham Black were hostesses to Gall U the oldest daughter of Mr. Official Board meeting will be
State Obtlege Wednesday effort to conquer cancer.. Shad Morris to his Jasper friends members and friends of the Methodist and Mrs. Ed Spring of Miami for rDARK held Tuesday April 14 at 7 p.m. in
April the 8th and Mrs. Blanche was buried in Glen Haven Memnontat Woman's Society Christian merly of Jasper and: she Ii a granddaughter the Educational: BuI1dlITbJs\ will
Perry and five of,the members of During the month ol'Dkr Park Sunday April 4. Rev. Edger Service on Monday afternoon. of the county's beloved be th elast meeting before theQua'ter'ly
f the Future Teachers spent the day the Sword of Hope'of the American Roses and azaleas used dec Conference. All officers
R. Cooper of North Park Baptist were to Mrs Fred (Annie) Cason of Genoa.
there..Those going were Mrs. Perry Cancer Society ,nrot a than 2.030,000 Church and Rev. Thomas I orate and the serving table overlaid There 324 students honored are urged 'to attend.
Don L. DIanne funds at The Springs have another daughter
Register. Carter, volunteers! are raising
Wenlg of Edgewood Baptist,Church with lace cloth had an arrangement at the convocation when the dean Conference win
f Fourth Quarterly :
Jeannie who is with them and
Sharon Bennett Hazel time hey are gluing
liar the
same {
tf <-TL- .Knapp.-. i*-.-Jl -1" "-,: ;.. "* "*1 .A- ,."* officiated.' 'v of sweetheart" 'and< Lady:Hill-, lauded high 'rnad'cs..M4 Included attends elementary school In Miami meet .Thursday night 7:30.p.m., '....,,'..... .
Masonic services of tie -findo :ington roses.: Gait Spring. The'group heard Dr. The family often visits: here with J'April 16 In the" Sanc ttiaty.Dr.:Sited \
Lodge 69 F A A M were held at I The IT&cloullftildent Mrs. Wai! Dorothy Hoffman, distinguished their many friends and their cousins will preside. All officers have your, I
the graveside. for Havener presided over the professor of the year speak ,on Mr. and Mn. E., D. Hester reports filled out and be present.
'EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RALLY'DATES -Shad" Morris was born in Ken I business later giving-the annual re "The Price of, Excellence."! Gail I, Mr. and Mrs.Bartow Jackson are
tucky. lit and his wife Agnes lived port of th society which she win Is no wa, Sophomore president i \ .:. having a wonderful visit with their
April 18.1964: i at"2:30 p.m.. at j Jennings, Florida In Jasper a number ot years where give this week at the annual meetIng Alpha Lambda Delta,national scholastic : '' ;son Wayne He Is'on a two weeks
April 25,. 1964 at? 2:30: p.m. at White Springs Fla. he was a- Ford dealer. They havea in Orlando. By ;gtfce of her honorary for freshman women Down in Lake-side, Mrs. C B. weeks Basic Training at Camp. Got'II -
(Dona) Harrison has some of the
arm host of friends here who wfl) office Mrs lave Ufa }
: 2:30 Cross Roads
April 30. ,1964 at at most beautiful roses-huge ones.
f "" p.m.: mourn his pa.Ia1nc"They were IDeM and Mrs. 'Ponce D. SanfUn went as don S. C. .
f'' May 2 ,1964 at 2:30: p.m. in: City; Park,.Jasper ben of the Baptist Church and aI! delegate.. Mrs, Havener: is also 'Coach Ed Spring is assistant principal The red climbers reflect In the lake I f m %
when the sun is out and It's worthone'
I tho they were loyal to the church a State (Officer at KJnloch Park Junior High Th community: wishes, vfo t extend
The Hamilton 'County Democratic Executive work they had never moved their Mrs. R.,Li.Fine had charge of the School with 1400 students which Is time to drive by. Her flowers a warm welcome to our new

Committee ,will, sponsor, a Democratic rally for, all membership from Jasper. program and took her subject from one of the larger Junior high schools: .scatter resemble goodwill her and character sunshine: ,they and" Chief of Police. We wish he and his
Democratic' above date'and} locations. Mrs. Morris was a member and the life of John Wesley- personal- of Dade County. lie has served lovely wife and fine children: will
at make people happier who that
secretary of the Jasper) Woman's ty the Methodist'never tire of. All the school with ability and ,honor pass be happy and fell at hame In our
All Democratic candidates are invited: to'partici- Club. standing and special' committee for a go"d! mAnv"yean. way, j community.Fains: '

pate and the ,public is cordially Invited. to attend\ Sympathy of tetr friends is extended were'heard,from and a very good -Mrs. Ed (Martha Cason) Spring Speaking of gardens have you .
Billy A. Jones.AERMOTORSUBMERSIBLES the family. treasurers report given by Mrs.:: has also taught in Miami for years. ''seen Max Oscar RatttfTs-one that ( are being made for Vacation
S. Shelton Lewis. At present and for several ,years ,is perfectly! kept-the.lines are Just| Bible School. Want you please
Mrs. Horace: Lewis attended the A social period,and good fellowship she has been "Homebound Teach perfect, all the beds so clean and volunteers to help this wonderful '
<, funeral of Mr; E. C. Morris In Orlando was enjoyed with the muchly er" in the Department of Special wU'mulched.: An artist such as cause. Teachers, officers and helpers .
.' ', '" Saturday. beloved pastor the Rev Norman Education. Julia Ratllff, knows her lines.nssnannnnssnnw. are needed.

'S. ,Booth a very special guest Early ...._... __________ .' .:: __:.l. ...
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Tuesday Morning Mrs. Havennernd
THE EASIEST JOE ----------------- -----'--------------------------------------------------
I "Sometime ago I was talking .Mrs. Sandlin. departed. for Or.
Call Dick Davis for prices on any type with a friend of mine who was the landoFLORIDA'S. CANDIDATES SPEAK OUT
editor of the largest newspaper in MOTHER OR THE
DEEP WELLS FROM: 4":TO 40": our: county. We were discussing YEAR TAPPED IN .
how often failures of young people TALLAHASSEE );; .Ji;, ; Will Drill by the foot or will Contract. appear in newspapers and how ; Some 52 or more Florida counties: >,i"i" '
rarely it seemed were their, success ;were represented m.Tallahassee "YES,' we are for the "completion of the school program as :voted by

given the same pubJiclt'.All our State CapUol Thursday. Apr. the majority in the November election:*'' So said Harry T. Reid,
Davis Well Drilling: Co. of which he summarized Remember 2nd and tor a Tea aiKiniara! Gardens -
: as long; u failures are news, and a mother *1 the year ceremony candidate for Superintendent of Public'Instruction' ,and candidates

you're way ahead. When successes at the Chamber of the House for the School Board,'Mat! Marable, Frank Mathews, and Clinton Mit
Valdosta : become news we had better begin of Representatives at the State Cap. '
., to worT)'.' Ito!. Mrs. Eugene V. Fisher receive chell. George, Wynn; a candidate for Superintendent ,and A.

CH.; 2-5084. .,' Day or \CH 2-5289 Night;' Collect. I ',The Woman's. Club. .meets Friday ed the the Year.title Governor of Florida's Farris motherof Bryant B. Tyree, a candidate for the School Board, were not present. _

,'"*r *, t t *; April 10 at 3:30. Mrs. Virginia made the award presentation In

4 Well,- 2JSO: per foot .,A .l+WtoAjti( Chandler is chairman: the program a glowing talk.Presiding Because t thejhjgh, Interest and, great concern of the people of Jasper -
and will present Mrs. Leslie S.
.. was Mrs Walter '
6" ,WeB 13.50per', foot .,', ," .. who win give a book review Jones of Jacksonville, State Chair for educational advantages for'Qur children, these candidateswere
I Others on the Committee are Mrs man. Florida Mothers Committee. invited by the executive nitrtittee-of the Jasper P.T.A. to:be
8" WeY 250 per foot phi casing Blanch: Deas, Mrs. Inez McGhln, Pastor of Tallahassee's First Baptist
'1. A Mrs. Edna Barker,' Mrs.; Jules' church gave the Invocation. The present, and express their view. on 'this Important' issue. A large

10" Wei 3J per foot pi*. cfttlatf> 41 r ?nTURBBiE Globe.I Rev. Dr. C. A Roberta Mayor Com' and attentive crowdvas. present, and members had an opportunity
,,. ot the ot Tallahassee the Honorable
SUMKRSiBLES d JACK I I this :week from Springfield City to talk Vrith 'the candidates the adjourned. '
** PUMPS Arriving E. WQliams. Jr., gave after meeting i
t. .'''U;' ..;, Tena is Mrs. J. G.'Dan to welcome.High Floridto'tOhirertlty Singers 11" ,'" ... .. /; :':. ',"i' "v. ,.,.,."... ...... .\.
..""I<. 4 '"fan. \ 1: L. 't1! ., ( -. :. ..
) ., ALL., "Uftfto',""C U.' ..UTl."son .....Jr.,: ,'1''... be the house guest of Mrs.long. A time:: with Wiley Housewrtght, Director .,- --=-:! j":1". ':- __ ',: ,6'N; : : :: << : :.. #.
I\\ Denton. : 'They art '
.'" o ( led the singing with the first I
A9C F:.H. A.: rai V:'X 'APPBOV1DFARMERS "' friends and this is an annual visit number "America" .h *
: here week 'SIClng 1 :L 'he water. a
a -. ,r. 'f.,. I ... She, will be Past Florida Mothers present : 3 in :
r dearth of at were Introduced b r Mrs. Lassie .
.' .' 'There Is a Magazines<< I "/
Black of Lake!,City 1962 Mother.
l ,
the Olnlo and so many magazines ; ';
... I Among: those( beloved Florida : "IISdoesn't' .i : : :
.,l I' \ .' cumber, our. shelves. .IF '
: 1 Women was Mrs. Walter Bennet .
: e T} Mrs. c. M. Watson of Coleman. the mother.of a a-favorite U. S. : .,
and his family Congressman Charlie Bennett of
Fla. visited her son
For the best in protection and coverage;' ,For the Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Watson Jr. and Jacksonville ;Mrs. Albert J, Kiss- 'Gtti" .

most 'reasonable rates ,and, For the most liberal adjustments Mrs. C. B. Harrison the past week.' ling also of Jacksonville and wife
Colemanare of a noted Presbyterian minister,
and Mrs
-buy Mrs. $'r.A
your girlhood friends. Mrs. George E. Lewis, Mrs. Walter
S. Jones and others. Recognitionof

HAIL INSURANCEfrom Mr. and Mrs C:*.B. Harrison.left the Florida' Merit Mothers with
Thursday for a visit down the state whom, Mrs. Fisher competed from
Laketand, Bushnel and Ocala.. I all over.Florida was made by the
'- Honorable Richard ErvIn, Supreme
Several members, from Divonla Court Justice. Mrs.Albert J. Kis-
JONES INSURANCE'' AGENCY Calvary and First Baptist churches: sting of Jacksonville 1933 Motherof .

,No assessments, dues or gimmicks .........792-2921' attended Vacation Bible School! the the 1964 Year Mother.presented Voicing the the pin bene to I 1, '
In Live Oak
Just good, insurance! Jasper Florida Clinic The First Baptist begins its Vac1 diction was the Rev. Dr. RobertC. WAR Th Tht

tlon BTWe School the week following 1 Holmes.Tallahassee District Superintendentof Methodist
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; -t----------------i]?()} Mrs. Walter Havener who drove *
VOTE her car accompanied by Mrs. Gra
ham Black, Miss Ines McCU: and HEATERQUICK
HOUSTON W. ROBERTS Mrs. David Bryan. Mrs. Graham
Black of here has assisted on oneo
trtu fthe ,State, Committees for the -
an % To second term in the
serve you a two
a:t t'',Florida State Senate. A man who has past Mrs. Sehvyn years. Chaiker of Jack- /!'W1\\

1 ,',,: '.\,< ': ': ,,\ ,and will! continue to work for all thepeople
,.' al1t th? time of the 17th Senatorial
: _''::7'\Jt 1:'r District. Businessman, A Farmer, A ," r ;

t)tf :,t Cattleman, A Timber Grower. III

i l. the"Y Watch out, misterl. She'
; .. j, } FARMER- Was an introducer of
mad as a Wet Hen. fed
; Tobacco Commission: Bill creating
I > I ? ? ; a up with cold showers. .,
} -- committee to look into the' problems of II,. with you and the kids

the Tobacco! Grower, including acreage f 'I you ever wondered how using up the hot water. j.

a cut bads.r "proof" became identified with And beware the are of th4'hoinemakerwho .
t : liquor In the dim past a small believes she's entitled to a continuoushot
\ r DAIRY' FARMER-Has introduced quantity of straight! whiskey was water supply for both.Upndry. and dishwasher!

t t :Legislation to give! the Dairy Farmer poured over gun powder and Steer dear, sir, of the Patient Wife who finally gets

t ,Price Relief for his milk production to was lighted.! thought If It to flamed be too brightly strong,If It sick-and-tired of the extra work toot makes. .

r help him sbay in business and keep producing I it ..burned steadily with blue, 'end avoid the Mother who suddenly

milk for our children. flame It was considered to be refuses to worry a day longer,
\ ( SCHOOL CHILDREN Have always 100 percent right-the flame about flame and fumes! '
being proof that it was 50 percent The safest I i. duc
." supported the school children's Lunch Program.. alcohol! course tq -out '

.i; ,SCHOOLS-Have always'supported legislation to upgrade our Ed.. The same proportions? are accepted end understanding head for your electrical friendly", SAVE UP TO $e" '
appliance "
\ .
ucational System, including grade schools and colleges. Have a today--proof indicating dealer. He has the easy solution' t. ,.

l Daughter-in-law Teaching,and son will begin teaching,this fall. alcohol.twice the amount., of pure to your domestic probleml The I dIIi9 till trmto pwrwle I

: INDUSTRY-Introduced and steered to passage, among other things Many people who woolda'ttouch new quick recovery model wafer

Legislation allowing a diagnostic laboratory for the 17th District including Bcqoor Ucla did st have heaters that can deliver all the 11 During *April our InttolUtlM tMtoimfi for tllowtncM twtaMng will from a I

", J $144,000 appropriation to build and operate. With other units S3 to 110 proof en Ha label Mare hot water shell aver need.And eflee: : fUnwhtt sbcvkl( ,

lonow'on the wiling to attend eockUU the twinge In your pocketbook 1
: location.
: ,: 'y ,to same WATER HEATER' -325
parties la clothes that We tea nerve soothed by the generous ; ,
r '..' .' SUWANNEE RIVER Have worked with Representatives and otherI 'HUM M percent etoaa.i. Le4.:..' savings you an make.during U Z11 RANGE525 I :

"t; Senators in this and have been able monies to build and rectify that slkMUo for yon. Florida Power Corporation'sTrade Additional
;?, area, to secure Sara It's anally a* verslght Savings -
.Improve Parks, Boatrarnps Dredging and deepening Channels in the too buiy dkbVt swk : .. Parade, ) Change both NOW )

I "Suwannee River. Just. ne more wearier, ek!. BId ,; ndg t604.
OHM exesaes !...*. sees eft-- J
STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL -Have been fortunate in securing rm .! being really serially so- 1 '
rcptable<< Way Uk rhaacw' -. i7i.7b
additional facilities for the Stephen Foster Memorial l on the Suwannee /
.* It's too -*y to keep clea +w rkl'i&iiI&f
River.. > clothes by depcndUc o* JASPER n
I Humbly Solicit Your Vote and Support It pays donMy; is self tsUsfae
t doa sad approval sf frientte. .. eeson..ee awn

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TOM AT UXTOODBT: CHCKCHI V$ JJ'r.A.. ..7VJtJi."T.J..rAT..1'.tt..t't &'rrr ..'t.'t.- J \jwr'.Nt#
I II CLASS'IFIED'ADS V faas.i4on; JJ( ,; 1
I jAl fi&nTon.thVpac: *: Flight '. r'Llospitaf "o << WHO IS THE HAMILTON
I "Faith T' will be shown Sunday COUNTY r rCOM1II'ITEE ;
FOR SALE FISH BAJTj UhuMCricket ''to (he 'Methodist Youth Fellowship' J eN,
*/ Food WoroW wlg etgl. WATJL. -FKONTAOI VUCW!: ANUWATER I at Jasper Florida.TM meetinfl be'tin s I. FOR BETTER SCHOOLS??
Complete; o*fishing tackle. Life ; p
:. 4 ? at 6:00: '
hkml, Picnte supplies. McGau- ,Beautiful.; neWly developed; na- 'of ON'
,Vigable to'Cult. Famous fishting" THURSDAY, APRIL S J
ley Market' in front of Post office. t
I .
'.,. ltc,I and huntfri .. Best for investment ,. White:, ',." :>.- v "Hie answer is ALL OF YOU the citizen of Hamilton County !
....... holiday: homes and retirement CAIDS"OF' Its. Cora McCrecken .. d,*, t. who are ''interested. in a better education for pur.children., :' '
Limited amounts!. I I I .
FOB aAiis14i Thomas Bennett '-f'"
ton Coldspot Air j L < .
Conditioner .. 790-6901 tie Reasonable restrictions. and reasonable Lyle Lodurlch > This committee wants to re-emphasize the fact that our only interest
prices.Al I'
Guy Dedge t i
O'Quinn Lodge, Steinhatcbee i THANKSI R. M. Avrlett I in this political campaign is to see that our school program, so
FOR RENT-Unfurnished 5-room Phone 498-3930<< Cross Qty Fla.IMp .- '
\ I Gordon Newsome. vital to the best interests of our. children, is completed and made a ;1
house. Mrs. Palmer.Smith. Call i "
l I'
792-6731. A17c I wish to thank my husband and I, Mrs..Helen Stahvey ,. reality right here in our county. .t tif
J 11 Acre for sale near JasperJvAllcleared \ the many friends and relatives for f I>r.D Iftm. Angellne Booth ", 'I H
SAVE-SAVE-SAVE: I I and .fenced. Only 1000. then',dowers.and the many lovely Morgan 1 we fail, then God pity our children best efforts in competition
30-gal glass lined water heaters, See W.. L, Bryan 792-4351. or, Rob- cards and visits to me during my f A. D. "''I .t, v : rwi'th
$74.96; 10 cu-ft Refrigerators $1B ert Ehlert.,792-4491, Reg. Broke tfc recent illness, where I was a pat W, McLeod: ""i ': .those who have so much better educational advantages. "< j jY
J 95 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers lent at the Lake Shore ,Hospital! I Catherine Boles ., '. 'J 1 1r -..f1'" .
1 $]99.96! ; in lb. Upright Freezers Georgia Plate Glats Co. Lake" aty.Mk t Mildred: "Weary es, you the people I w h.,interested in seeing this program completed ,,
$239.96; 647-lb. Upright Freezers .Slurs irunUMirror < -'and Mn Henry Ratliff, Mot. Johnny Redding .
of this We need ,!
I certainly committee.
are a part important
299.95; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost) KetllttrrdTub her and children, my brother Al Floyd JamesPATIENTS '
i Refrigerator. with 91-lb. Freezer .' CnclrMre" ? Shower Marquis also Miss Christine Gregg DISCHARGED' your help NOW I Contact our .Chairman, Billy Hill, and offer your .
$249.95 w.t. 5-year warranty, atMamtng's J1S W Savannah Ave. 012-5285. Mr. 'and Mrs. 'Roy Cooper who Joe Register ..'
Radio. Service, call 792- VALDOSTA rI .chewed me when I needed it most.
j 4421 Jasper:: Uc ,"" ,appreciate also the humor and David B. W. WhIte n 1
'. FARMERS friendship of the roommate I met Mrs. Sue Chandler r ,LET'S ELECT MEN WHO !ARE QUALIFIED TO ADMINISTERAND
VISIT' FRIER MUSIC COMPANY .)[q.' Julia Owens, also a patient .
1 in Live Oak Florida for all your I who brightened Mrs. Marilyn Rosa I f
MONEY for your farm opera my days with her THROUGH
.. musical needs from organs and tions reasonable cost. Terms wit and humor by writing fumy Jessie Mae Candy (col.) J TREMENDOUS PROGRAM t.X
pianos to records and record play. EsteDa tSnridy{ (co!.) 5 I
I to fit jour needs. Loans up toT noes anal:jokes and a Poem.Shewrote J t
I tfc [ ( ) <
en. :
years. Can North Florida Proucuon -, of our days at the hospital ''nc0Lcol.l _
: For' Credit Assn. S. Ohio A Yf.I' 1 appreciate also, the attention recetved Dorothy'Cbok r '"t. .-. .1" ..:rrA"7$ .:" '"t..y.- _.._..:: ;-.:" "-,.... ..;o.uog ..::._..___u__ I '\,
FURNISHED APARTMENT *.e Oak. Tel 362-2588 from Dr. McRae and the
Rent telephone 792-3771 or I II IL ,
I' staff of nurses at Lake Shore Host.

REPAIRS T92- '191. -I A16C I OPPORTUNITY for full _time__ Raw. !it!'fl. Mrs; R. A. KnowlesA To The Voters of Hamilton County

I leigh Business in Hamilton County / :
We repair all types T. V. and or Jasper. Products sold here DAY IN BED
radio. Also Small appliances, Man over 40 years. Car necessary;,No Nothing to do-no place to go; ,
nings Radio Service, Jasper 792- cash investment required. For personal Time stands still or goes by slow. Howaboutana11,830,000,00dollarayearindustry) Would
4421 tic interview write Sales Mana At this time one feels mighty low.
ger Rawlelgh FAC 150.302, Memphis Can I go home The answer's not not this help our economy? The recent report by the U. S. Com .
HOUSE FOR SALE IN JASPER. Tenn. A24c Tim to eat, rolled up In'bed.I "' i mission for the Southeast River*Basins indicates that if the Su- '
Only $2,000. Can be financed. I I I Move all the books
you've just read ''
Others $3500 to $7,000 See W, L. IIOUSE FOB SALE IN JASPER, Wonder bow long wannee River recreational l 'facilities were developed an $11 I million
Bryan. 792-4351, or Robert Ehlert, Only 2000. See W. L. Bryan;).1(I I' you can your dIp head. dollar annual income could Jbe expected,

792-4491. Registered Real ,Estate Reg.792-4351, Real or.' Robert Estate Ehlert 792-4491'1 I Don't feel good-just knowyou'ee r'S ? i The Suwannee RiveV Basin" area has the natural resources for
Broken. tip
._- I not dead. r r J making it the most attractive recreational 'area in the world. We
{Along trips nurse with '
:FOB SALE-IIOUSE ud act res I I ,Good for ailments and tmaginarvin b'a7ot ftfs aY t all need to aggressively work toward developing this tremendous
tobacco near Jatper.allotment: Only See$6,000.W. L. Bryan SPECIALIZED IELP 9f 'is potential. I want your support in this campaign, so we can develop
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert. 792- FOR THOSE MOST Feel some better., your stomach ? the Suwannee River Basin.

4491 Reg. Real Estate Broken. tf SEVERElY DEAFENED! Only worry is hospital bins. filled. f. The Florida Development Commission recently completed a

FOR SALE 1963 International I i 00-RfTI FREE i ii Bathe.. ,and dress In. nightie that's 'a lengthy study in which they suggested that some sixteen. areas be
Truck. 16 ft v metal body for livestock i HEARING AID SERVICE Bafter- new. further developed for recreational purposes. "*}
or general hauling. In new I lea.. Repairs and Service for all Listen to things you can and But, before 1 discuss some of the possibilities for developingseveral
to .settle' estate. do.
condition. can't
Irma S. Johnson Selling, 419 E. Duval St make Write ,Robert aU models A. BoHenbeck, bearing, near aJdb. Now- Is. the day the answer b due, :w of these areas, I think we should talk about''the.twa.M.USTS.

Live Oak; Fo 2-1554. ApriUOe lac Aid service; P. O. Box 27, TaJlaJkaafle Doctor Finally comes find what's li>- verdick wrong with la read.you a;First, we are going.to have to get the Fedaral government to initiate its flood control program ,
.., .. .
FU. An Word he'uses go over your head. for the South East River Basins. We need to have this area protected from flood damage by the "

FOR 1. Sewing BALE -:Machine ...... 15.00 USED, ELECTRhC RANGES FOR I AH you\ can gather,he says you' construction. of reservoirs at Quitman, Valdosta and Nashville, Georgia. Thiswill give ua a goodselling

1 Upright Freezer .......125.00 Sale. Good condition. $40 and Almost good as new, if re not dead : point to prospective investors along our section of the Suwannee. It will also give us a stabilized
IChev. 54 model......... 75.00 $50. Manningft-rRcdH Repair, Jas. you flow of
water all long which will in all the Suwannee.
get a retread. year turn help us develop boating along
phone ,192-4421 IK
1 Refrigerator! ........ .... 1600 par ,
1 Typewriter ..........,.., 32.00lHH.P.Motor NOTICE -.I will not be grtadtofany by Mrs. Julia Owens 'You know, if? is i incredible: to think of all the years we have poured money into the Federal i
...,........ .25.00See '
above at Wonder;Bar. .AlTpJHOCSE corn at my place until fur- Treasury: and other sections of the country have had flood control systems developed by the U. S. i,
ther notice. Hubert Lashley. AlOe Corp',of Engineers. Look what this has done for the Tennessee} .Valley. .1 1 tell you it ia high time wet

FOB BENT or BOOMS. by FOR SALE-DouMo Maple Bed got some of that helpJaere.; ,., l.., ..b..,.. .H ., \ ... .1.1.+ .. ..
week 'month. and mattress.* ,1t' .., !\ ? .
day, ; or .Alapaha 'springs '*Telephone "\ f s ft" .!\--t.Hg" sfay. ,, tR -
MoteL tie 7924331/ -, tfp lb bas long'.been the dream of many: of,uin j JtfwT.sevJI'IIIIII: !' .' see fi" rj M1scenic

--q-: I7p'.l' ,. : road: along the Suwannee, River.; 'Just',.think:of wfiat+ ,a.,;beassljWl:drive- ,thu''would; be and: how

this would help our economic, and' recreational program. .... ;J; .
GAS GAGS (/q ,iII" .OTtvOTqvWe _' V -
'., -p. ft should construct a' road..tai t would." follow the course;of the river)in'so far a* is possible,
\OUWJU-KVIH 1 but be 'sure to leave enough leeway as not,to interfere'with private development*.and space for year- ;

t wos LOOK+ rr!N oow't"orIMY U tNts No'tIM14'yt Is A | MUTMKSIPtDUDCAl.WrTH, round homes and cottages constructed, *;* | V t,

A ttAFF1E Lwow! 'rual4aYlpTMM.t The, road should have an ample right of way so that 'it doesn't develop into a billboard trail. .

CO. Some: of the many bends in the river could be developed into overlooks for motorists, or camping 1..

spaces, or wayside parks. ,
Our Florida Road Department has an annual budget of $380 million dollars. Every one of

us that buys gasoline pays a seven cent a gallon tax to support the Road ,Department's many pro-
''Kyne outStanding tense jects. Look at' the millions the Road Department has spent to develop Route At 1 A along our east
of fair play It one of the coast. Additional millions have been I poured into constructing U.S. 19 and U.S. 41 along the west

most his new Important office calls attributes for." coast.. And now look at the staggering amount being spent on U.s. 98 along our Gulf ,Coast. Like.

the flood control program, isn't it about time some of the money:wo have been sending off to develop
Low Price $6.95 NIGHT:. PHONE ORLANDO SENTINEL other areas was, returned here? j

PER CYLINDER dTeam..rr' X-lUOl KEEP James W.KYNES The Itchtucknee Springs have potential greater than Silver Springs and Wakulla Springs. Let's;
CASH ON DELIVERY give these people our backing in developing this area. Just think ,of the hundreds of jobs created

in the development of Silver Springs. 4 4J

HOLLOWAY'SI ni There are some fifteen locations that have prime possibilities. for development along our segment lt'
of the Suwannee River..
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51A I.N anSar M. aw.af The Suwannee River: State Park offers probably the greatest immediate potential as only a
I J MOUUOWAV paid I ( by Krnea c&mpttcn Fucd, small portion of the park has been developed. We need to have good access roads built on the Ha '

_-.-..edsA +easao --"rdse ---...-. ...r _.............+p CyCC' -A'l: .. tdlAl. Honon) -Bpvtccr- Chairman milton County side. On the Suwannee County side boat ramps and camping facilities: should be de
y w.KliCJVI veloped. The close proximity of U.S. 90 should have us seriously consider availing& ourselves of some
; VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT. of the $50 million dollars in recreational bond issue funds to have restaurants and motels constructed
? ..J. > ;:in this area. The Falmouth River area is close enough to be considered: in this overall develop

T: Reid ',r t "',rnefrtal. ., J plan.. r I

Harry :. ,. :: Another spot I want to mention is the Charles Springs and t the Allen Mi11.Pondarea. I want
:. to work with you in having the old fort and mission and the old trading post reconstructed. I I'believe t

.' that the reconstruction of the Mill Pond area as a historical and recreational l site would draw thousands -
County Superintendent of Schools i
of tourists this of Americana.
a to see era ., .

The office of Superintendent is the most Over 250,000 visitors a year dome; to see, the Stephen.Foster Memorial. The tourist: people ,
in the Florida Development Commission tell me hat with only a minimum of developing; another.

important elective office m the county since it is fifteen per cent could easily be added to the annual number of'visitors.. "

There possibilities for developing our Suwannee River area that won't
are to many space per-
l directly related to our most important and precious Q mit me to discuss all the hope we have for this area. But I do promise you one thing: If elected,

1 I will work constantly and aggressively to get this program underway and four years from now'you '
resource our children! 'Vote for and sup- won't? be able to point to my record. being as shocking as the incumbent's. The 1961 Senate Journal

a shows that S.B.462, (Stephen Foster Memorial Commission) introduced by the incumbent died
port the man' who was and is .-. willing to stand in'Committee, along with another of his bills, S.B.783, (Memorials Folklore Museum) that also

died in committee. Let's" have some benefit in Having a senator., The needs of our district have diedin
firm for our children under pressure and criticism committee for too many years now. I promise to represent the needs of this district, not: some

by taking a definite stand on all issues. \ a vested interest! '

I sincerely and earnestly solicit active
c-u your '.
NOW IS NO TIME TO .CHANGE. .. t. : and '5th for the honor /rf
,. support vote on May .
f t',;: 'VOTE- FOR AND R&EtECT :Q t: f' l;rr'" of serving as senator.' .
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I \PAGEroult H : .1"I" THE, JASrEft'' .NEWS J'ASPE" .FIORIDA: .. .. Apri1 ,

;' 7" 1 I Jiirt that rapfcHy.: Bqwever WeD 1 Man Saved LAMAR ROYALS AT .', f \ '!t.) : 10 t ...'. ;. IfIIII'
From '
\. t' I behooves to strive to keep as -ml15; er 5 :
and c/.oo/ I FORT BRAGG JIlt ':' '
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N ore ostr nearly ,up to and abreast of the In' 'J
t Drowning Army Staff Sergeant Stanley
I I times,, that ?
as we poesttfly can so Royals, lion o. Mrs. Janie B. Royals ,4. Published Every Friday , 'j by M L. Powell I we can go from one transition to the Suwannee Sat.A Jasper, Florida is serving u' ;'t.. '
with little loss of motion
;,, '; '. ; ." next aa I with Battery B of the 16th Artillery3rd Second 'Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida,
\, t One ,cl the constant alms and ment of every Individual Their objective and momentum aa possible. To dizzy: spell nearly ended the Howitzer Battalion. at Fort Strictly in Advance "
'; i>.J objectives oC the American school la that each person !may;be 1 make these transitions we must be Bfe of David White 22, of ,Whit Bragg.; N. C. I Subscription: Outside' of Count
1'\\ and society is to look towards developed) to the optimum to the able to think be re-trained and to Springs last Saturday. He, Albert Royals entered the Army in December $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 t7

ti :::, the education and development oft end that every one,may achieve a adjust to charge' ; Norwood and Davey flowery, all of 1367 andwas last stationed .. Cards of Thanks :. . $1-00 Minimum
the whole .child. ,By the whole successful rich haPPY and reward Another aH important attribute White Springs were.In a small boaton in Germany.. 2-6331 .
t\\r'. ,\ child we mean his mental' physical, big life for himself his family his I I that must be developed in an in the Suwannee searching for another I The 26-year-old scOdnef was graduated Telephone $Ycaraore )
2 social ,IUd< moral'and spiritual de community1.and J his country, dividual he is to live happily and boat: they had lost, when David from Jasper High School in Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher.
.t; Yak m ent. An of society Is concerned For one to live adequately and successfully: in todays world is the complained of being sick, and 1365 and 'attended Florida State Mr. and Mrs.
with this development' and competently In'the'' complex and I ability;<* to get along with his close then must have blacked! out. He< University, Tallahassee.
every social institution has a role Intricate technological society of.today associates and his fellowman in fell overboard" "Albert Norwood
gip' to play' in each phase o fthi* dcvel( and (tomorrow he must be general Far more people are dismissed went in after him. CHARES B. WYNN
r -opment. The school seems to [bei fully fortified with all the attributes from their places of employment I After removing him from the ABOARD USS NOA
"i and perhaf: I necessary to live in this modem because they fail to get water, they worked'' over him for Charles' B. Wynn, flremaA'.USN,
:j |should,be, charg- society. One of the first and most along with their associates and quite a while, partially reviving son of Mr.;and :Mrs. N. B. Wynn of I
) ; jed with the greatest I Important attributes of modern life employees than for the inability or 'him, then rushed him to the Hospital Jasper; Florida is serving ,aboard
i ,,-,' ,_: [ responsibility and society la. to be susceptive to incompetence to do the Job This II at Jasper He seemed to be the destroyer USS Noa pressently! d
each {0 ,Jti I, change and able and willing to matter of personal and pubBe relations near death upon entering the hospital operating in the Meriterranean as a f
.,/ i child is fullydeveloped adapt to change; I is all important to the I but quick and prolonged efforts unit of to Sixth Fleet ;
I success and happiness of an Indivi
/ in''I One of the great problem of to- revived him. Noa, which normally operates out
,K I each of the areas day's school is to develop the ability three IIIT" I mentioned' How to think on the part of our students. V plcted exercises with other units of
development of a successful happy
lever IchrJdl
: ,a I In order to be able to''adjust to the Sixth Fleet and units fnsn.:
and useful life lies In the aUUty
|l learns, many change we must be able to think MALICIOUS 1 other NATO countries.
.. to think .to adjust and to get along I
things other-than thou taught ton and to think accurately and soundly with one's fellowman.In .
11 Mm We must be that WOODS .
at schoafyfclfllea ihg dot sure thelnformn elol.Jnlt.e,would like to quote
"' dot shut-on: and'ot! as he enters tram that we have to think about is Thomas E .Bailey in the March BURNING- TOCK CAR RACESSPEEDWAY
0f and i leaves school He learns ,M sound and reliable and true. Wrong some statements made by Supt.
church from church, he and unreliable Information
or away can
1964 Issue of the Secondary Principals
I 'learns from his associates before cause Us to make' bad'decisions
School Bulletin which. areas above picture was recently taken on location at Mr L. C. I
and after school, on the highwaysand which could adversly affect outlives OVA
.. byways,;of, life anf he' also for many years to come. InoI'd.r.to follows,.If a child: lives with criticism he Driggers nevi abbatolr near his home In west Hamilton County.Mr. .

learns, at home} It.: quite often mate wise decisions J ln learns to condemn; -. .. ..Driggers is very proud of his new facility and Invite the Publicto
?becomes the duly:;and obligation of life one:must'l'learn: to use his natively ,If a child lives with hostility he VALDOSTAM7 come and see it.
the school to try to counter act the 'endowed'capacity4'to think .
learns to fight.If
':V harmful .learning that the student for,himself a child Uves with fear he learns BIU SEARS 3 "'
1 .r;. a does away from schoolj The school I A 'prediction: J oT'future:' \ ,Hvlng Is "to be apprehensive.If $!
has a much greater task than" that that all those lft4eflfJYl, ,frajwid,in a 'child lives with pity he
of ,Imparting knowledge; it'roust. the use of electronic and chnoIoglcal learns to be sorry* for himself. ?
some tttomtw Dour BOTHER' I .
seek to inculcate worth f !
'Jnstlll ar4 equipment will hive: to be com Ira, child lives with jealousy he TO PARK A CAR, THU OUST '
attributes of"character., ',exce ent pletely} retrained in their life limeand learns to hate. ASAMDOU rrSEARS/. I 'I '1' >
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social graces and alert mental and Race Everyfaierdrg ; :
I that much of the equipment, 'Jp Ij .
physical development.,I the world. of today wilt be quits, tae; If a child lives with encourage or j '' ..' I"; '
The,' au a'of'education, religion J late before 'our present "* crop ment he Jesuits to be confident Time Trials _7 p.m. 'j\ ., You .
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t and science have'much in'common: at r youngsters"complete high school it a child lives with praise helearns 1 First Raca p.m. : Were lug '1

LI when looting .towards'the ,develop aid college//, The world'.b i moving [ .to be ,appreciative. Adults "
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ACE'5L"> .. THE, JASPER. NEWS. .JASPER FLORIDA Friday. April 10, 1964

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ro"ibe-Voten. of Hamilton County: To the Voters of Hamilton County: ,

4 X hereby announce,my.candidacy I am a:candidate for Clerk o(the I''am"a candidate for the office. of -I was born'August 24,. 1938, five IN'THB'confcr or TWBCOUNTT the time of tho'flnt. 'publication of ,ArmyPvt Billy R. Christie, son

Jar the office of State Senator from Court 4 of.HwnBtonr County I waf Sheriff of Hamilton County' miles north of Juper, and lived my JUDGE IN AND this. ...Ie.. Two copies' ef each clair of Mr,. and Mrs. L., S.Christie, Rt
born sfo*wired W Hamilton down ,FOR,, HAMILTON COUNTT., er demand shall,.be .la.wrttlnc. and
the 17th Senatorial District of FlorIda I was born In Hamilton Countyand entire Uf*" Hamilton County. Iam IN PROBATE hall state the place .t. residence 4* Jasper,Floridacomnpleted'eightweeks ,
subject to the Democratic Primaries ty. am a member of the Methodist am 44 yean! old. Shun marriedand a graduate of Jasper High IN RR: Estate of and poet office address of the claim of advanced combat training:

In May, Ax I am not encased Church and a graduate of Stetson have 4 daughters. School, and hold both State and HART P. RILEY Peeaed aat and hall bo.swore his to attorney by theclalmantl at Fort Hood; Texas March 5.
in business at this time. 'I University. Law School I am a I promise to give fair and Impartial American Farmer Degrees. I am FOR FINAL, DISCHARGE OF and accompanied) by a filing fee of. 'Duran gthe course Christis received -
can serve the people of the 17th past president"of Hamilton County service if elected to this office.: married to the former Alma Four EXECUTOR en* dollar and inch claim or demand radio repair-
training as a
Notice U hereby given that I nave not 10 tiled shall bo veld.
Senatorial District on a full time Farm Bureau and.served for 15 Your vote and support win be aker of White Springs and we have led my final as ExecuUrf Louis Bcaff, a. I man. He Is assigned to Company A,.
.... I have a definite objective years as Board Member of the Su- greatly appreciated. one son. 1 am a member of Bright the Lent [''it4. t ef Executrix of the Estate of Battalion of the 1st Armored
MART P. RILEY: deeeaaed and thkthave Charlie Gl n Bcaff, deceased
for the 17th District and will teU it wannee Rural Electric Cooperative
Valley Sincerely: Pond Baptist Church and have JIlt Fort
I filed my peUtlo for final die First publication April Ird. Division's 46th Infantry at
to tie voters in the next few"weeks. ,,,: f'hav,, served for the Kenneth E. Smith served as a director and vice prescient ;::n'o: *ad thai I will apply to the April / 10 11 34 1504eec. Hood
I feel my qualification and success past two years as chairman of Hamilton H. McCORUlCK. County
---- of the Hamilton County Farm '
rKENNETH Judge of Hamilton County Florida( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. He entered the Army in October
businessman qualifies bet. ASC
as a me County Community
Bureau.. oa April Svth lt.4j, for approval of THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
ter to serve the people of the district Committeemen. TUTEN FOR ; he same and for final dleeharr a* AND FOR HAMILTON 1963 and completed basic training
I sincerely hope the voters!I I I am fully aware of the needs of Executor of the Eitato: and will ef COUNTT. FLORIDA. "I I.t Fort Jackson, S. C
Your vote and win b
support < the aald MART P. RILEY dtceaeed
TAX ASSESSOR Hamilton County'and I shall endeavor IN CHANCERY..
join with and make this The 23-year old soldier is a 1360
wt34, me .1 sincerely, appreciated This March Kth. 1544 ALBERTHA IIITCHE.......
successful campaign! and then you Respectfully if elected to represent the GEORGE: P 1Ii. Plaintiff graduate of White Springs High.
Serving as Tax Assessor of Executor of Will .,
I people fairly, honestly and efflc- vi-
wIg hare a man in the Senate who P. School
LEON SANDLIN Rlley deceased.
Umilton County is a sincere privilege LANG .ITMlIeLL.
; I Invite each and
\rtH stand up and fight for you lently. every P B. Uarroll DefendantIN
and welcomed: obligation. Its voter In this to join in this Attorney for executor. '
I shall serve u my own campaign GUY AlcGHIN FORCOMMlSSIONER with this thought that I officially campaign and I' will be forever Mar 10. IT> Apr. I;p, AUTHORITTT or THE STATE

treasurer and the Commercial announce as a candidate for continuance OF FLORIDA b,. through or .der the follow-
Banket Uve Oak win be depository : DIST b thankful for your vote and support COURT THE Tot SANG MITClIFfJU wbM> fluff inc named peraoa known to b.
In this capacity for a .
for funds. K..WtVyaAgilery'' r PAYTOrf;BEMBRY'JR. COUNTY of tweUMeo and address ta UNKNOWN deceased via: William Green.
second term. deceased WU, Or** ., dea-
R. M. (Mitchell HOLCOMB r I would like to announce: my carp 7,. Kenneth Tutu COUNTY' j!STATE OFFLORIDA A sworn Bill of Complaint having edi;Quincy? aro, doadi= Eva-
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j(didacy for re-election as your County I GEORGE WYNN FOR IN PROBATE been Sled m this Court against you line Oran deceased; Ida Orn.
IN RE the relief therein sought being dlvorre deceased= Con Qreea. deceased;
CommU from the Fifth ESTATE OF
'JOEL SELPH QUALHTES 'k... SUPERINTENDENTOF'SCHOOI3 RAY O. CAS01T. D mM..d You are required to Answer and Bla Green Lewis {1MrL C. A.
I District :.i ti; ; CLINTON MITCHELLFOR TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! aid Complaint on or before May, 14. Lewis), deceased! and against
FOR COUNTY, COMM. grateful for Notice U hereby sires that MATT, im furnishing to C. A Avrlett, Jk... any and all' person having or
,I I am your support SCHOOL BOARDTo ,. V* +" :-TM> UARABLB. the Administrator Sled per. Florida Plaintiff Attorney a claiming >any tight title Of inter
,X hereby,'announce that I am a .four years ago. Working to improveour To the People Hamilton County: ll> anal report aa :Administrator of copy thereof else Decree. Pro Con eat in u U' the_ land."h rlnaftrdescribed.
tease will bo entered avalnst .
1 the eetat of RAT O CAflON deceased you :
candidate: for the office of County ''toads] increase maintenance The People of Hamilton County: ; I hereby announce my candidacy that he baa tiled Ma petition for WITNESS my hand and the ON Yw are hereby;BotllTSd: that a nit
OxnmlMloner: for the :First Com 1(efficiency/and/ ) provide new servioes I hereby announce my; candidacy for' the office.of Superintendent of final dlaohnrgq and that he will .... flolal Seal of this Court at'Jasper has been 'flled against you la theabove
ply to the Honorable JOHN KMcCOR' this' Ird day.of April X D. entitled cause and that yon
I have tried in office to deserve PubUa. Instruction of Hamilton r :rd"
IJI1ulo r's District I| for the county schoc wars: member MICK. Judas of Hamilton are required to Sic your Answer with
I am fortyyears; old, married i your trust* 'l(In,' appreciation for from district number 3. County subject to the approaching County Flora oa the fad day of Thelma IAwla. Clerk Circuit the Clerk of this Court and t* serve
'I I your support I have sought to give democratic Primary May,5, 1964 May, ItM for approval of eame and Court of Hamilton Coe7.ty, a copy thereof upon the PlAintiff or-
and have three children. I. am a' for anal dlachara. a. Administrator whose name
I am 29 yean old, born and reared and native Florida by Alice Jones, p@e Plaintiff attorney
26 of
personal attention'to all requests I am years age a deceased this tlth Mnrthlnon.Kent. .
19te-long resident of Hamilton County oa day ef March. put Clark and address I*! Ulmer.
and suggestions Most Importantly in Hamilton County a memberof of Hamilton County. I am married ....,. (SEAL) A hby Balk ISO Florida National
: and have been active as a farmer the First Presbyterian Church: in to Mary Alice Crawford of Dalton ,MATT MARABLE, C' A. Avrlett.Jasper \ Bank :UII Jkckwmvlll 1.
for the I II I have worked to keep my' word'given Administrator Florida not later than the 11th daror
past twenty-five years. Jasper and er led in farming and 'I of the estate 4 Florida
X will. If elected with' when j'OO.eJected me. Georgia, who is presently serving 'ot RAY O..CA8ON dec..d. Apr 10, 11. 24. Mar May m .ctnl. fall to do eo,.
cooperate I Your commissioner for progress. the nitrogen business. : on the faculty of White Springs "prO 5 11"J' U a Decree Pro ..:o will bo entered
other Commissioners to promote I!I The oldest of our three children High School teaching in the field of .5.' IN THE! CIRCUIT COURT, against yon for the relief demanded
McGHIN This suit la to
and preserve an honest.eft'Ic, : ,4 I GUY : will begin elementary school in ,Home Economics IN TJfFJ COURT OF THE IN AND ,FOR HAMILTON remove In the all Complaint cloud from the title to-
and progressive,, County Government I r September, N. Broward JUDGE! HAMILTON the following described property located
I I am the son of Wynn COUNTY 'FLORIDAIN 'cO'lTI1'iR"Tf: CHANCERT. Florida.
HOUSTON ROBERTS !' CAN, la Hamilton County
vita117'and and the former Louise Hunter who 1
I am sincerely Interested ; RE! ESTATE OPN'R09ATN COMPANY. IlfO. towit I
I will appreciate your vote' and FOR STATE'SENATOR In the educational program of r Is the daughter ,of the late J, Bart .1I CH.ut.lat. LEU*/SCARP A Cerperstl.sPlaintiff. The East Half (Btt) of the
8\ to the forthcoming election. I I .1 (MWU) and
coif Hunter Sr. Northwest Quarter
Hamilton County and if elected to I, TO ALL CRYI4rrORA'ANDas.d.PERSONS the West Half WH) of the
Respectfully submitted, I 1 hereby'announce my candidacy this office I will strive to providethe : I received, my Bachelor of Science HAVING CLAIMS OR BESSIB ORBR1V e."aL.Defendant :. Northeast Quarter (NBU: ). of
JOEL SELPH :for State Senator from the 17th Senatorial best education possible for the Degree ,in June 1963 from DEMANDS: AGAINST' 0AID, *. Section One (I), Township One
ESTATES NOTICE<<: of strrr (ii) South, Range Fifteen W
: District I feel that having children of Hamilton County. 1 Berry College;Mt. Berry. Ga. aad -. 'are hereby TIn: STATE OF FLORIDA East. containing One Hundred
:ISAAC (IKE) SHIVER :1'served,'In. the legislature for 13 earnestly solicit your vote and Your vote and support will greatly neUeed and req uirefdyto ..' TOl, M. X Ttdwell. S3.4 Hanes and Sixty (UO) acre, mere "rmy

.',FOR COUNTY COMM. I years J will be atfle' ,,to serve my support in the forthcoming: election. benefit your" 'children I and our either claim of and demand have*'which airUnit you the or Avenue M.Richmond r-Un' .VlrgintatQuincy if living: less.WITNESS hand and I.t'O( ofv
I district: better. ?5al a result of this Sincerely county. estate of CHARLIE GLENN BCAFF and if dead, heir. flC..i'. of thfa o
deeaid, tat of suit devisees. giantess and other perIons 7thsea of April. A. D. 11"
Elect Isaac (Ike) Shiver your Clinton ;'GDORGE.WYNN County; to the
experience. S. :Mitchell Court
Bounty 'Ju d fo of Hamilton C claiming by, through or,ender Clerk of the
County Commissioner> from Precincts I My; experience: Includes 8 years riorlda. at kf* office, la I the court:{ him; By Alice Jones Deputy Cleric
'one aDd! lfftn. Your vote of house of KM County at Jasper, Flor The unknown heirs, *. *-.. arran ( -
: wU be In the House 1t rnentaUves. 4 J. W. McALPIN SEEKS I Ma within fix .calendar month front tee and other person claiming JSSfti, 11 II May 1
and support appreciated. HARRY T. REX FOR .
1 In. the Senate and 4 years on the --p _._ .!.
(IKE : --- --- -- -- -
LIve Oak City CouncIL U elected SCHOOLSUPT. I

t I pledge to rep+eunt an the peopleof ; I II TO 'THE PEOPLE OP HAMILTON COUNTY
GEORGE L. SMITH FOR the.district fairly:and equally. My Mead sad fellow dnseas elHamilfeM :

TAX, ASSESSOR Your vote dWJfsuplkrt. will be ap OoeaUy t 1 hereby announce my candidacy by (GEORGE H. WYNN
I hereby' announce my candidacyfor for reelection as Representative ,
I hereby announce that '''I am a predated.tOUSTON re-election for Hamilton County in the Florida
W. ,ROBERTS u Superintendent
Candidate for of Public Instnic
.candidate for the office of tax asessor of Public Instruction for Hamilton Letfslatura: subject to the approachIng : Superintendent ,
subject: to the ,Democratic Democratic Primary May 1964 .
County. If reelected to this Important ,
primary in May, ,In making: this JERRY, B;' SMITH FOR office. I promise to continue If honored with re-election to tion. ., .

race I pledge you a fun time tax COUNTY.COMM.. the work that has been started serve the people! of our county: for

,SMSinr, as I have no other interest in this county to give 'our boys another tern*..in this capacity; i ish&n It I received a letter from the JasperP.
TO THE PEOPLE be mypontlilued todBlgenQy
but to serve the people of myvOw&r. purpose ,
.' .', I wm..tt an times have the'" OF HAMILTON.COUNTY! I and chill the best possible,-educate. ; punq passage of an leg T. A.",requesting tmy presence at a

*iMtn of tfaefftf! at heart;and :T Jfcstesy sAMMnce: toy candidacy tl0Ae1 -..,, and Illation corning before the House meeting held April 7, 1964.'"fhcsewere a f : .
:ntt at cagr Ifane be .ready to dts- for,Cbunty Commissioner,of DI8terIct I will appreciate your vote which tend; ''tor"the best (interest, I the questions asked me. '

:CUM with you' any problem that you' II>>. 3.,, tt' f, support and benefit of.Hamilton County and
I '
,toys have. conoraiae your asses** Your vote and siwrt''w01'' ,be Sincerely, its citizens. ',I I., Are ,you'in favorrof 'a Consolidated

,..... 1.rant to ttkankjcaeh ,and appreciated) ,, i Harry' T. ReidJACK'VWSON'FOR' At the'same; timer I shall bend High$ School for Hamilton County as

;very' .voter In this county for your I ".- *tSincerely.. : \ my' untiring efforts toward defeat reflected by the results of the schoolrV4Bond
.vote and support in this of all laws contrary to that end.
campaign. tslTfleqi
Sincerely .. t During my tenure as a"nembe Election held on November 5th

a.orP L. Smith. N. J.: $(Vic) 'USPHAMFOtf CO.' COMMISSIONER of the Florida(louse, I have servedon ,of last year? Yes-- No -
practically all of the committees
2. If elected office would
: to
J. R. (Bob) MILLER STATE SENATOR 1 TllfsIsto; announce my cand of that body and have thereby you were
: ,, you vote to Consolidate the High'
tnl r dacy! for re-election to the'oft1ce gained experience which together
FOR: CLERK OF COURTTo I hereby announce my candidacy of County Commissioner, 'District' with the respect and cooperation Schools of Hamilton County into one

for State Senator from the 17th Senatorial 3. comprised if Voting Precinct of my colleagues whom it has been Consolidated School Yea
the Voters of Hamilton County: District of Florida. X sin- High ? -
2 and 5. in the May 5. 1964. Dem. my privilege to work with I fee F
I have qualified u a candidate fq
cerely feel that my experience as a No -
for the office of Cleric of the Circuit dairyman farmer, and ,businessman ocratio Primary Election. are important factors in my quail

Court of Hamilton County subject I, Qualifies me to !know the needs Since serving u your Count ficatlons to serve you.I 3. Do you think that the present Jasper

to the Democratic Primary in May. of the district I shall If elected" Commissioner for the past,term I earnestly. solicit your vote andsupport. I Elementary School site is a favorable

X am 48 years of age, and a native ,represent,the people of this district have gained valuable; experience location foe the proposed Consolidated
of Hamilton 0Junt,. lam a Mason I from;'serving'on State,Committees Gratefully yours.
to'the beat'of
fairly honestly and
i .T. W.; McALPIN High School? Yes No ..:.
a member of the Hamilton County ., I invite each and every'voter and Attending State Association of -- _

I Chamber of Commerce, and a mem I'' in the county to Join in.this County Commissioners, meetings -- Here was my answer

j ber of the board of directors of the' campaign and I will be ever grateful I have also gained much experience ALLEN &'TYREESEEKS' I was very honored when I received a letter from your P. T. A.

\ Jasper Community Development iCorp. i'' for )your,vote and support. I working with my feQoW Commlss
; REELECTIONTO attend However because of
''shall serve me to your meeting: as a panelist.
as my own campaign loners and other:County Officials
I believe that my many years of. the friction the citizens of Hamilton I think
treaturer and the Commercial Bank and from serving as Chairman o( SCHOOL BOARDTo immense : among County;

capacities service to has the given public me in'the various practical I i|I of Live Oak, will be depository for your Board of County Commission the People"of Hamilton County: : that answering these questions with a simple "yes"or "no"answer

experience to serve the people campaign- .", N.J.Jack funds*" ) BLSPHAMCHARLE ers. In every respect I have worked I hereby announce: my candidacy: would only cause more hard feelings. As to the Bond election of Nov-

well in this office. I sincerely solicit toward betterment or Hamilton for member of the Board of Pub-
Outwith advantages for ALL the ember 5. 1963, as I understand this matter is yet to be decided: by the
your vote and support on May lie Hamilton County.
Instruction: of :
5th. RHODEN people.., j-;: Court and naturally we' will act according: to its decision regardlessof

J. R. 'Bob' MILLER FOR SHERIFF If honored with re-election to i want to think everyone for the personal feelings.

.......- this office X will continue: to,serve privilege' alit honor afforded me The choice for or against consolidation is not the only'issue at this
Sheriff Charlie Rhoden has announced each of you fairly' and impartially in serving you in the past '
FRANK MATTHEWS that'he will be a candidate over.'the 'entire County. I again I earnestly'solicit your vote and time. I have always and. will continue to stand for honest principles

FOR SCHOOL BOARD for reelection to the office of Sher pledge:to you faithful efficient / support in the forthcoming primaryand that will enable our children to the best education possible. If I am

1' To the voters of Hamilton iff of Hamilton County. and courteous service as a County if re-elected to this important elected I will comply with the wishes of the people and the policies set
County I IX "I sincerely thank aU of the citizens Board IwUl endeavor to an
Commissioner to. the best of my serve
hereby; announce my candidacy ,for their support during the ability. the people of,the county as I have forth by the School Board whatever they may be.I .

4 3rd for District.School Board member. in the past years;; and,;I thank each of 'X will,appreciate your vote and always done .i': I i thankful that God'blessed than who"has
A ] )'W.'for'bavlnc'honore ''me with support. I believe...uL children County- am more one person
It has been my.privilege to serve thto'position.. I e > Respectfully. wide. should hUe equal educationalopportunltiet.1i. the sense and ability to have buildings erected. But is a' new buildingthe
a you U' school'board member In' ; '
tab "{,.' : : uat.'you: : will 'continue of that face school ?
14Y1a the pat,'I wish to express my appreciation -'; 'promise Jack. VlnsonMAURICE only answer to the many problems out program

e to the people of this coun|, ;,to have the service of,protection i';" .. "ALLEN Sincerely.B. TYREE A new building without proper leadership and devotion will be similarto
'anfl'asaistance: from this
i ty; for their support and cooperation' BENNETTIS .
Jn seeking better education and bet office: J In the ttbire that you have '.j a shiny expensive automobile without a motor or an elaborate hospital
,., --er facilities! for our youth.. 'had during the past f two terms.' without qualified doctors.
At this,time, I ask you to.eJect "I i skaeerecy'request )'CUr' 'vote COUNTY COMM. '
Tne your servant for another term. ami. support". New Antennas Why is progress in this countY continually on the downfall? Certainly -
h ',' "1 J Respectfully, T.The People of Hamilton County I /.1' office
Sincerely LEADERSHIP plays a major role. This important requires -
I am a candidate for Commissioner
. ,!Frank Matthews ', .j*' Charlie,Rhoden County I ,With 30 ft Pole
.tip leader who is EDUCATED anda
:'. in District 3 Composed of a leader who is QUALIFIED ,a

I 2nd. and 5th. voting precincts.: 'installed leader who is honestly DEDICATED to thewelfare of our children.

) The Compkzity'of Today's U elected I win try ,to do the fWV If I did not honestly think that I could provide all ,of these qualities I
.. very best Job that I can for the ,
people in Hamilton County. '$29.95 would be ashamed to deprive our children of what they deserve-the

CarsDEMANDS Your vote and support will be -w. best education possible:
i I
,appreciated. Bass T;V. Shop
Sincerely Without all of these our county and our educational program will

EXPERT ,CARE Maurice Bennett Phone continue to go backwards as they have in the past. I would like to ask

gs&nCSLL'stns '' each of search conscience and ask yourself if
W. M. (Matt) MARABLEFOR 792-6565 you to your you are now,
L. and have the best leadership for chiJdren.-
been helping to provide your
I h Think about it I It is your responsibility as parents to act unselfishly in

We give {those important extra ."am a candidate for School order for your children to get all they deserve. '
**" Board member.District Three.
I service with a.smile. n Y.!' > '4 I am ma.t'fWand' : ,have threeihildren' MONTHLY The above questions are not fair to one who is running for office
in the schools of
miTe in here"topa we' always, s Hamilton County public,. PESt CONTROL when all the'people are supposed to be represented. I refuse to be

check your oil, tires, writer level t; I am a native and hte-b\g'rear.\ dedicated to'any: one group. If elected I will serve to the best of.my
1 dent of Hamilton.County, with the all the
ability people
and clean your vrinds&ekL ., n' exception: of four yean of mfitttary

CAR. WASH only $2.00 nine service months during during World War the,*Korean H and ads rats mice slwerl'lsh4a (: r': NOW,is'the time to Change'I Don be misled and continue to lose "

War. aswe. have in the pastil, A .. : I'

0 Jerry Smith'sGULF of It my,elected ability I,w1l11e'r'W and win at to all the times'best OrkinI roaches 'H>> vent FOR Ttl SCAN,WITH THE" PLAN J1k\ ": ,.

STATION serve each of you honestly.Respectfully WIN WITH WYNN ._ .
t ,

J/per Telephone 792-3781 W. M. (Maid MARABLE I for the sake d yir hetu. "'_ GEORGE H.WY1W

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Friday April 4, 1964 ._ TALE: JASPER N fi'\\S; JASPER.J: FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN ,

CABD OF THANKS ', ,. BURNMftlNEWS; A. T.MI'LLER'' > Watt.'rDother Mn. Mtanle Wa niece, and cousin: Mr. 1 and Mrs, Cleveland Srfph and chOdrenv
"' 'v'. .. .. ENROLLED IN U'S A F I .
With deepest sincerity W*oul l ten.Mr
< ISJ f i'nE&, .
like to express our heartfelt appreciation ;>:=. t rlO1 Archie. T. Miller U one of more and Mrs.: Deco Shiverspent -
to the friend who were so .. To do one's duty sounds rather than 290,000 servicemen now enrolled Sunday in Lake City with ,their
kind and helpful during the recent cold' and cheerless business but with the, U. $. Armed Forces daughter Mr.and Mrs George Hud- Ignition Parts
:JBness and death of beloved. member -" NiwArrivals somehow in the end It does give onea Institute.In correspondence: grojp, 101\.. '' .
of o family.. queer sort of 'satisfaction. study, and; participating college .' '. .
'wouderfu We are especially staff at grateful the Hamilton to the 1 A daughter, named Janet Nadine W,j i.;: Somerset_ .. Maugham courses.Mr. Miller b.. the son of Mrs Hat will'Da be SUPPER"There a fish supper at I have'ignition parts for all makes I

County Memorial Hospital and to,a was born to Mr.,end Mn. Lander BUBNHAM HOME'DEM. MEETS tie E. Harper of Route 1. Jasper Burnham Christian Church Saturday -
the Jasper Police DepartmentThe Survey on April T, The Bun hams Home Demonstra., tie is married to the former Mild evening April 18. Serving time and models of chain lawnmowers
beautiful flowers, telephone I Uon Club, met with Mrs. Franklin I red Derr of Fletcher Ohio. They trcm 50: to TOO: p.m. Proceeds saws,
calls, visits cards and food Mr. and Mrs. Windle Stephens Gaston Wednesday 'April 1, at 2:30 are now UVin&1at Route 1, Ft from this supper will go Into the
were are of a James Greg Crook, Nebraska; building fund. Everyone is invited
personal tribute that we shall newer I son p.m. Mrs. Joe Howell president pre : . outboard and marine mot-
helm in Hamfitan Memorial
forget- cry siding. Mrs. Gaston gave' the devotional ----
I I Hospital on March SLi I Mr. and Mrs. Lea Robinson of
: followed with prayer by
May God bless each one who hu of Hollywood, Florida ppent the
I I Mrs. Isaac Shiver. ),[ White Jacksonville are spending several ors.
been so kind: to us during our time Mr. and Mrs. John David Brooks n. gave weekend with>Ir. and Mrs. J. D.
i demonstration dying shoes. days this week: with their mother
a on
ot sorrow. are parents of a daughter, Brenda Lasseter Mr. and /Mrs. Turner
Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer.Mr. .
i I have
This Is beneficial to those who
Sincerely, Voncito Brooks, born March 30 in were on their way to Henderson-
:Mrs. Glenn Scaff and-family, Hamilton Memorial Hospital shoes that have become ugly from ville. North Carolina for the sun and Mrs. Gurther Kirkland R. B. JACKSON'S GARAGE
The Jim Scarf long year,...They will,loota much tfi*
: family of Lakeland Florida and and .
"Ag i>. -. : ,1 A 'Jesoie Mel and Esau Candy, colored : : Iktt ,atig DeMg.p d.,....,,,_ mer.Mr ,s. '. be. l a family Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell son Kirkland Phone 792-3e- ,ru Jasper";,' FloridaItIsTime v
of Delicious refreshments were served
are parents a eon. Wayne George Win came home and children of Live Oak had
CARD OF THANKS Candy born April.4 in Hamilton, by the.hostess., I 1
I I Saturday after being confined to supper Monday night with their I wr __ J. "L ? y r.JA.tt--"L\.l VA"'rr.J.JJJ.:.h. JMI
Please Memorial IftwpltaL: Madison Memorial L Hospital for :
accept cur appreciation 9vu laser and Mr. Monroe
Mrs P.
for'the many' expressions of synv1padiy i: Mr. and Mrs. Payton Bembry Jr. Williams of St. Petersburg Fla. i several days. We hope he Is improving.1 -I ,1. .
food carda and lovely; floral I are parents of a daughter born last Mr. and Mrs.. J. E Williams and TMr \
offerings sent to us during the recent I Thursday morning in a Valdosta children and sister Miss Marie and '7.tr .Ml'O'trvheeer :
: loss of our sister,Mrs.' Mary Hospital at 13:05. She has been Williams of Jacksonville spent the '.
:spent sometime JnjTampa over the .
Emma Parker. Your thoughfusness named Theresa Ann. weekend with their parent Mr.
weekend with Mn.Wheeler', brothers -
will always beremembered.Mr
I w
and Mrs. Winston Williams.
Minnie Roebuck Mrs. CarsweU Deal and Mrand
Mil, Huldah Gay I STAPLERS ..4 STAPLES I S. Mrs. Reatus. Deas.. FOR THE PEOPLE TO WAKE 'UP!
Clayton A. Avrlett THE JASPER NEWS Mr'.and Mrs. Walter L.. Turner
Mrs Eddie Noriega and children
--- ----- of Decatur, Ga. and Mrs. Edward Minority forces in our county are still hard at work trying to undermine -
Leutner and children: of Macon, Ga
spent Saturday and Sunday with our recently voted school program'which includes the buildingof

their parents and grandparents Mr. a $400,000 consolidated high school in Jasper.

N. J.) Jack BISPHAM and Mrs. Joe .Sullivan.. .
( ) "Mr land'Mrs.. J, 'J.; Zipperer Jr. A statement was made by one candidate for superintendent to people "fin

t were up from Jacksonville spending Jasper at the beginning of his campaign "That if the new high l
CANDIDATE some time with their parents Mr.
FOR J. J. Zipperer Srynd' Mr. and Mru school building had been proposed Ion, some site other than Jasper I..

Frank Hammock in Madison County preferably out about the Alapaha river, ot"the triangle, that we could
the weekend.
STATE SENATOR . have avoided the ill feelings that now exist between our communities.

,Mr. and Mrs. Pemywell Kelly ."
,11 and children of Live Oak and son
1 17 DISTRICT V.SAYS : t and daughter-in-Iaw Mr. and Mr-..
Wesley Kelly!' of Madison had dinner This statement implies that he is not now, nor" has be ever been, in

:.: :: Suniay'with sister Mr. and their Mrs.daughterand Cleve accord with the school program that was voted by a big majority in .

; IT TAKES HARD WORK'TO '' land Se'lph? and children.: the recent school bond election. If the people>> of Jasper and surrounding -
.. BRING ACTION' : Mr. and Mrs Pelma" Beck and communities think otherwise it is high time that they
/ : children'of Perry 'Florida spent wale,, up and acquaint themselves with ,FACTS!
CONSIDER MY EFFORTS! Saturday night and Sunday with 1
: Mrs. Beck's parents*Mr ,and Mrs.
Roscoe Bennett. This minority group is using every'tri.i i in the book, to deceive the

.....'. 'people of Hamilton County as tpthei, *teal intentions, if they shouldget
The 17th Senatorial District Mrs. Rosie Culbrem and daughter
Needs A Worker
Margaret of Valdosta spent sometime their men elected to office. If you do not believe this, then ask
Accomplishments do l jusfe happen. They come'al&ul largely with their sister and aunt Mr this candidate'this one simple question: "Will you, if elected+work
through agressive leadership and amount of hard work. To and Mrs. Charlie Deas over the ,
a vast secure '' I
<"< the of school which 'includes the
weekend (toward completion our program ;
its share of Florida continuing this district have .
progress must 'He- 1
consolidation i of :our three hi schools.;", arid the building of'a new
a SENATOR who'is a leader l and,who will,work for the district. ,One Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham
who understands the'problems and'who,will work to see these problems and daughter, Mrs Ration Lambert county :high 'school tln Jasper>" ''Obeervo'closelylfor yourself how t

II "1 "'' >e re'.solved. *** *** *jii( # ,r ., ,, ...1f. tt"'="i4' j and'IOn Yin Chuck1., of'Deland'''their spent be,evades. the question ash0. ruMr<"done'frQm (the''very-beginning i .: :A',,_ i.: .. .
: Sunday ; '
Gebresirf"with ,
I "
r. 1" :' v Of ;:
(1f :i
) I ;
f J" ; ; 'ifrrirC* '*<** V' > >'vt/ )f 'ft1i' :"
son and tam ,nUl, ..Mr-Rlcb.( .'" ;
Jack ;Bispham is. a. 'Worker, and Works' for_ HisCommunity ;' ant Cunningham and children Mrs. .All our children, both white and colored,'an. ,/ ntltled 16,better' edur.. : ,. .

;y } Lambert and' son returned: to.their rational opportunities and they are going to be assured of them ,with ,. f, .
'. home--in DeLand-, Sunday after
t ,'fj" spending several, ,days ,with the your help on ,May 5th., Join .us In electing candidates who are ;

Soon afterJado'Biepham'hit ved _7'hi ,district i .- he purchased Prents- '. ... I qualified and who are not afraid to speak out on this important issue.
;' land, established a home;:and business., and. began to take;part',in Monroe : '
r. civic and community affairs; believing it the part of good citizens to I 'son Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Waters sister Waters Mrs. : Signed: Hamilton County\ Committee for Better Schools. '

help in community progress and building. This experience has,given : Selma Osborne were.up from Jack 4 I
him insight into the needs desires sonviHe spending Sunday with Mr.I '
an problems ambitions and of. ;<)this : --- ---- --
section of Florida. "! llj' -

Bispham Will Work As,Your! Senator' For: il CHEVY by ChftVrotet:.. .ttgi

BETTER SCHOOLS: As a school trustee of Suwannee"C&n- '

ty, the father of three: school children, with two enrolled in the FFA i How to get away from it including.tllilliI1t't' of inmlj ;

program, a member of the PTA, and a member of,the Bulldog Boosters t ...
Bispham has had many occasions to,learn first hand the needs of our lL' anu 8Mton; w..ut ft tbs w1T to Iet"w.1te.... 'M'1yNr'i"l tei I '

schools at the county! level the important level to the 17th District.He st4oTs fi ., ...told bade oa a hrosdl rseitlon I'1'lels j at"a..woIe&c1ea1ei"JQa'JbnwW
feels and as Senator will work to see that the district is helpedto budget Y.list 7S..ft.of erso tpaee., fatbr. a'" a bsttiee flirts to.a Cllrl7Ue'Dell-'a
ihsa for nunt.TiTn.Yooytacgi. ; *** amt<. MA tnaodaloM to choos* t 1
solve its county problems not to i increase such problem. youMpay > y _..-: .;
EXPANDED AGRICULTURE: As director'of the Farm,Bureau smTiBecsjyxar f AtaM ,to4 pIei'Too eta Is sisj r
a Itf bet vosatMKoptj you'll ttofc TO buflt la a 1 .p4>nm '.
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the County Fair Association, member of the cattleman,association ...
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and as a'farmer and dairyman, Jack Bispham knows ,full well ,the

problems facing farmers today He has kept abreast ,of their, needsand

desires and as your Senator can and wilt 'work. hard: to expand
agriculture especially in"the, field ,of bigger and better'markets. ii

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: Asa member of the .county I. .r

development authority and director of the Chamber of Commerce, ICII
: Jack Bispham has been working for economical and industrial development.of. -

this section of Florida. This experience will be valuable as
''he works tg bring more prosperity to this District. .

CIVIC DEVELOPMENT: As a member of the Kiwanis Club and -P.

the Elks Club. Jack Bispham has worked to help build the community

from a civic stand point. He knows the ambitions in this,field of com

munity endeavor and will jas Senator work to assist all communities .
solve their problems in this area.

SPIRITUAL PROGRESS: Jack Bispham and his family are :'

members of the Presbyterian Church. They recognize that good church:

es help build better communities and have worked in the church to ;

assist in this important work. ; sa

Let Bispham Work for Us as State Senator! I. ) t t.ittT.t

Just as Jack Bispham has worked as a civic and community leader

for the area he selceted as a home for him and his family, so will the u.h'
work'for the 17th District.

Who Is Jack ,Bispham? He IsA, WorkerThis '

record of WORK,, and INTEREST I in building a better

communitygust didn't happen. Jack Bispham offered his service His r+r M
selection as an officer and key worker,was based on performance /


Choose Man Of Action=Vote'For Bispham For Senator 1 wDAlf


BISPHAM 'FOR SENATOR 'f:';W.G.D. CHEYROL. 'cOINC. 4'. "' f'r'rr

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