The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 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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'Legislation< f I AIiir'NC-wS Ri e Pt( Office ,'To Cat''i c "; ''Quotas, Still l Conservation 7l ; CHAMBER; OF COMMERCE\ AND

ProvioesNeCotton w ,CtiWffed;; jUtiuriiiy''''Service' L. ectin'64. Progressed Under CITY TOAID( ; SCHOLARSHIP mmtiCHAMBER

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l'Provisions. NFJC :'J tt: < *
",..,'- '.. ., .. 'f, !' ;The'Umtted adjustment to come quotas wll| con- 1963 ACP
J -. I JtfiM Mary.N.wsceneof Jennings postal services ordered in Wash** it In 1364.; as approvedDecember. OF COMMERCE MINUTES..

t ._ dbl. ton 1Ia&JIby.: tV .Wallace .HamOton County's farmers.con-
;tft cbnojf.lwtweFi tijree!, ''o iruecoanl'pR. queen !: John A.: CronauaU.#raetm.atet.0etkenl Dees: n,'''Agricultural: + tinted to make progress Axing 19CIhi ','U >.reau.v&t ot. the .Board'of: Ditetoraof( ; thfrHsmitoa; r' J

ag. aBotment program* 'under MiThe Friday+tgktuputothhe'. weekend! UL T 'raHMon will :take to' effect cave lMsand Cbnaerration" CounGah the development aid conxerva-- County Chamber ,Commerce was held M.onda-y"eventnc' April n,

festivities* The daughter of J Jr -anKra. In' )t' 'OieVe'.Wfottef' tyJ, ntte< said today., Th'eWiftloW tkon of the county's vital natural re with the following presents i .SanurDeas. Joe floweD; Thomas Bri4i s'

& J..,W,'. Newsomethe; new'" JasperPaas f.M aoCaln arose as'' a result of the I sources The'Agricultural Conservation .. Ranoe' AndrerysWatkltufsaunden'Jr.'John,. ; McCormlcki" Guy MoVChin.
queen. I.t., .Monde, .)t .... i..I.J.., i f.I '1 recently Mucted Program in .-Jack',Vlnson. Payton Jr. I
tt o cotton legislation, : as PUt yean, Bembry l1\. H. Fu*. Pete Deas, ftt\
... ,a" ''. tktIL J1Mt. u.41st: .,,.,nw', 'faot ali'.' tocttr i t.o,,' t(. '.'" L..Slnclt" WMch. aAlementrthtf cotton'proWMy pla/ed. ;&A.Important part nt the Powell,'Ed Craton.; and Dr. WUllam Kr; ,er. L't t
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r > ; rt > not haw. efty .-. .. effect. Marlretinll.quotu conservation accompUshmentsmade "
Gnwingtiottctt under tfcfr aH
program- (*alepytg{ wWiln: the "efJectfveit'afiotmeat .. aown, 4 ..,.'a'a *&: WTr WwUl; _,, ,not- be. affected.byt eptiet were approved for the'1964 during the year 248 farmers dime president t..read letters: received froth,' J epr .ent 4".J" ; ,' ,Wfc
Tina Bower* NO*, CreenvasxNewsome an. t.. upland eritton In the !
"' (the "aBctmentestaWlshe 'crop- bIt percent county participated to the l\feApinQtto'Wettaeia. m. member .ot the Florida Development Com.;;
plans to enter the University I ,"" ... poitt..Lc t of, the *" 'Y tIng-1o 1963 ACP and completed '
*: tot the farm 'tast.faUplut .. 'rne a'refit approved mission, and Wendell Jarrard.;, of the Florida Development Commission\,
of FloridV her*, she will tG .. AWirI cotton soil water woodland ,and wildlife ''
W any apportionment }. : serricst l pro- !'frUdlnC.tlMt OI tamber's'raquest have
acreage tMJot 'ilttsripta. ,,)o the U S. 41 Welcome Station
Ja; "tdIet'r( ;rIM! : >Hl W Meeimoney >conservation practices '
'ttwjIBtHftfc'g' tor. *fefe.*.. iieoelvee'Oer"u # *eft? arbi'.' M J....!lM'rtet'' .lrorf''Ol' ; isrr'1'he .T'': The Agricultural: Conservation; reopened.' Jack: Vlnson offered to contact: the' State Association of'
poet l. (: } an explained
st'atthi, buttftleved of !rceotatpmEd o that, County' Commissioners '
Mdttn tree from NFJC this yea:i wits' 'rnerrur ouNdal'rftdoti'wr'' !>i brasb edaWdar.y OKler s prolg'unmart. Program Is administered, in''the and solicit their help In having this. Welcome
: ; !! (l-tadr eoCtoo tlna Station '
the .reopened.
elected Hofnecomlnf tart! county) by fairoereiecwd.'ASCcommittee. ; ;
: queen by poP Pal: I "excea"eottat
at. apply .
awrut Ideation jCt>r,02 t U"fI1 any
qZrliauittcing't ular-Vote. of the student bcd)'.' '<* Mki.'aet'xxaolpt3: ; :.f>l rllo JIir ..,ThU pan of the'' .' Wallace Deas.1' Chatr J"f.1.1j l
:\ cotton. acreage :and 'Members of the Queen** court WMisa. orden'enitiat.d.lr,. wilt'epeJa pt th same In program man ol the' Qxanty'comrafttee're The president read a letter'received: from the Lafayette County1
e, former
keening ;.tytrOn ,a, sngherdame-! : EIpe,Perea, ',a' soDhomore'cf' win hot be*any portal> 'sttvincs l teased, a report this week on the RAn Steering Committee: In which''' they asked our organization to-ai-'
trie Tic,.'resMer'pttce-ttaiport auownem.frartraaurytng 1 loan roc Madison: Mlss.LJla CrucerGreenville --. ..-. "O.J.rl,...J"Q&" ... AQ".:! WU10CJW. .....,:.,..1t r" I'I Nu'-- ', '_....<. .i.c...._Tw ra<_wu AAiiyunnienii.____..L__ ._ lilt them in their'effort to have the'.present Postal Regulations changed f|

,,,v may: ;; ;Miss Ann Keith. Motrtkello; service 'auch as; lnqtdry.Jclal: r.<.: 'I TTwi Jtlftfutoa this year'le that made\ under, ,the 1963 ACP and com; to permit the Suwannee River Area to use\ a postal cancellation stamp':
' II1MfD; ....prtcepiippbrtjfeage. : and Miss Kaye Laing. TaUahaaset. meter sffinM'ancf box-rwitslxfl" : under the nev/! ,cotton; legislation, pleted approved: soU ''water1,',woodland Ir\'an\ effort'to' bring"pubHclry and recognition to the Suwamee River {
: the '
', E r3 d all fresrrmeh., 1 w '* ecttons> will be>k3a'"d brt Satirdaft: the unHajf potter grower will have and wild. life conservation Valley. "
. : -.f : At NRJC 'MW'Newme'' l is I a 1 We wUI ''maintain a':window'' three iiBMlisi nt programs choose ,',

I r,; '> ., :determined'.n'' lot trectJ.1 the 1al1ot'farm;'* member the Warbobk staff and the delivery and aeceptnncW. of.p rromr Nt) tan choose to keep hut The' !Aituri ? M. L Pcwell' ,.'chairman !of.the.:Education! Committee, explained

, ;:r "ire.1I'a) ; ., a.Bporft'enaWas tit11h6'bla; ed'In' eel pdlat. M&'M+eryof bot- PMsfrci within the eld' "rf. county by the fumereiect4I1SC! the'poselbd)1() tf.C of settinjj.up'a Southern Scholarship ard Research Tam
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= the NFJC; tenrus'tbxktftmeni- Abo w*will hnve winflW t +fYMeaallotment (after anyrelease mlttee. WaXace DeasJ Chajrrhari
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"prfe ol vrilatao ct 1 dation'program This vvrIl} be countywide in ,, ard'wOl '
4 n 'pe0hneht : Vtee/at ; prtxpTim; scope .
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: itfne
graduate; or.Jennin H3gh SchooL :: GevktTl'tkBJery'ifik l csnreapportlonment t);\ he of the county committee released '
depetd'od'tbea'prtdtcer'rliotaaesedinti / She da ..sM.tdlt plant within dreport benefit come needy//student,In the'county' who would meet the criteria
sahrtatorjan smaller
. was her.class _tahpaejhtet tllb lead! a domestic thlsek'on the"coraerVi1) '
... The tlrrtir Iwm'"Iee4Cftlnbi. named"'best'all l round girt, and received 1 iNrdow'but, we urr.e Portal Patron ->!|I farm aBotment and .UN' the:ael'e.: Uon' thni Jlta:'miule under set up by the Southern' Scholarship and Research: Foundation. Mr. ,} '

" ntln tarns domestic. allot. the mathematics and science to use! the ,Stamp >endtn i. ate'b ketiiloN for other crops ..;- the 1963'ACP;.The'chaltn\al\ ) ttnsM-; PoweU' uked the Chamber of Commerce to'make a contribution' along
trfith nt tarm'a most ease* to 07 percent award Her father is a farmer and M chlt't.as.' rnudi.a*\I alble. The,but not in,etee.of his farm's feed ad'that the ACT ta a'frmer-goWni with other 9rganbations the; county, in:order that this schrfarthip'1program -J.

s 1 tint for"effective"matt allotmetrtfc owner oft farm machinery bust .1 eont WaMK; c operatJfNi\or! 'Posta1!j I i gnirt, I ttaMrit the farm has an ment'p kn nh1p;'The 'governmentshares tor Hamilton County maybe set up at once After much tile') ; )
cept farms the dotsti '
nee ,in'Jennings.Mostfavet\ Pahohs.; will help' _trememfcxnryi effective/ it nent .lot more than a part of the cost ot carrying cunlorv' J'I\odoft'.va.' made that 'the lUmllton County Chamber of
allotment Is the \
. mailer ofthe ;
\" effective| allotment or 15 In bringing about the desired er; 13 acre:i ee he can plant 'within out the needed conservation work>. Commerce will pledge an ;'amount 'not to exceed StOO pW'.year f; 'fw.'a: f" .

::3. Ranting .cotton within acre the c-Sfchoolers\ wits of this new ruing by the Post1nI'tter'Ge *',he effective, ,farm allotment plus ant fcs* than :SO percent in most cale.the"fanneri'themlelve. period of five years:plus the additional sum'of $100 per yeas( !: tor the ..tel., .

f fm'. 1964. effective! cot ton,all* Patrons will l please te4g.' (d",percent of the allotment bear' the. period'cf five yearsso': designated ,for thevylthin purposed by J tsq Lty k
laent plus up to 5 per cent as ".ex.PQI't :> ,raai_ aU of their nwney'o.densurceases ); ) tor Mport only, after filing major portion, of tM'eOat: Their of Ja"PeI'JF'Iori4a: toward and for the purpose "01 welfare.asslstanae' i 'i1' j
on week days before Sat.1lydaytJ an applkatfiv by June 1.1964 and conbuUon Includes labor, equip. : J
market acreage' provided an ... to a needyjind deserving person'wM: is'd resldenfoC HaonUtDnvCounSr;, )
;, ..application is ftsWbyJune 1, J96.t qr1i atel Sl\O. S 1 'lw 1( acreage ftntMhlns fend that win be the export and materials. Flcrtijsfor;t ;,the*expenses(! lncurredor to be Incurred, bylvchpettopl': $
exported Some of the conserviUotft'
and bond lurnisbea within 15 days bivatt Jga' cbltegepun'rversUyi; brother such institution odhigherlearning' :
h after such fiJUnBIn this case, all The State Board of. Health. today .Science'Institute without, t subsidy, practices completed'under, the 196a '/ThebytheScholarship',ietectton of I.such' recipient)\ of this 'award'uttnh ',m.a1e t
uraedi parents "' o have''cbil8fen' ACE'inthe county1 ((1) theeltabUshment
the cotton except t the part credited ; Under; the.effective ar4.the were; Reserchbundatton. Club"Ot'Iiamiltc&Cbuaty,,
stajrjjflg.to school this fall ,')4 ''of 253 of '
to acres f
I to the obtain per
export acreage'*ryuVM be th domestic plans,the f
Awl arm-
"' Florida and all such Cunds'so'patd: << Chamber hereunder, wOl
certn d tor eutb1.thll. : ,:
copies of birth, certificates manent vegetative cover soil I
gable for thebasic .
zt of will bee
price.suppo; er be for' the'u.ual {
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l lininrteatatety:, -, -Y T",; f- protection or as a'' eedecllaM'uie be'paid over to laid Scholarshli\ Research Foundation dub'of Hamilton: i
30 cents:: The'additional( price"- price- ,.
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KAr ifte raame'time "Everett*H.W'WI.ama'jJr. ? Mr.' Lswrence p.:AlUaon, Prin C.W;' ton loan,at basic adjustment: '' ((21'the) application'of( (County.I'Iorla.f.) f: ,v r l dr 9a;:.f' ..
paoymertU i ;;lioavever would level ,
support ; ( of a pound Middling Tibto 4!." tab P.
eMeibie .. ,dlrector'ot;! the pal of;5pilte-Springs 'School. an.: 8.118'toM! of ''liming'materlala on I t.i :tt., "" 1' 1it trout 1 t. '".
Mot be
to : j 1-inch,
planting .
1 'a export market growers Nreage : rd.a Bureau' of Vital Statistic"II y',that three..aclerrce'Peu3 1 Under the avwsage Vwatlon.. 8.111'acr I tot tarmland to; pemltB f :There t,tiding,,TO\further. business"the"meeting1 adJournedJ .rl .J :I It
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' qer. than Yftheydoerant '-: t+ e ''' }- ;'j-:"I ( '. .
:;j. ; : E" lilt a "'
the 'f"\'t'V' 1:4: .. ..
any blued by Bureau of Vital) .
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which been In
( tit .
operation ; .
AIMson, '. MidLP
ot. and .
StatisticSi-and *ome. county health :: son, / A+at.i'sMsd. ptrotaptlo 1..J. .
will in priorywrs.'tMarketinff oer.ln effac rfoiv 0 quotas 1964 vfdet. a also'
} 'Against WalU &'J too"long obtain: iute'Toruf'ntp't'Itrr':' hljah 'school ..tudefttS.1d : Mbif r optft systems to .dispose offewcess to the In 01 Jdasas Ct'st! ., V.,. ,\ '.
cotton crop, es appryye by.grow; the .Geld of the proer* feed grain provisfoAIr '.pouoty 1j
a'birth rUtlcation. He":.ald "Ai.thotrghive ; Chemistry at water on 188 acresof farm ... invftet you( to visit '
ers voting in I a referendum last December where OMer .the'epott : lite,totated 72 i. s oost-ehare i
/ are precessing about SOd Htrunn( ol7egettUramOhio.: ; : This IJIIIlfcahleVI ) lend ,and (5) .the establishment of exhfbH booth to Use Stephen DQ'// .
and'turfy: "excess"'cottonwill plan| the.tsrmd.wll .. .
acreage ; .tanoe.tt made aa ad Investment
-p /elx.week program' from June 1,448 acres ef'temporarynaninet Memorial Park Friday and ?
birth certirkatea A'daj: ,eight; now, '". V
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be tot be
subject !Marketing CIlIOta'pena.luee. eligible fortie:3Dcentpa'lcesupport' : '
: : Kw can give last service.!! Later, 2.thrwjghJulyUtv? ,, ,; loan,r 'alt ; : ,and winter cover: crop for. improv.ng In the public interest' to help day,. May first and.concr.iI.ME'FOII, : .
mf>ormer rr \ "on jda'cotton ex.j'
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'One mata a.8 yearaq Jot 1964l&that !tQ ans 'last minute lush by p #. High that ( the soil and protecting farmland Instref t e.'ige'use rand adequate I
dlU'l -Junior
;difference: [ ; jWorthTj cept credited: to, the export :
I enu, service will be iJoWer.'A ,School from erosion, and ((6) constructingjfl protection of'ourl I Iu
teacher vital.natural
the grower may if he wishes: in theWhite Springs acreage. Ie- i
i can miss of ..... ... ....... .... .. 4MnnDeas. i t ,, Irrigation reservoirs I .
an entire ,
plant a one-third smaller, acreageof J year nw e.L_w.lrw.% U t, act .....uc..a..a. .. 'I''ou' .a soiree ., -ACP- asaf->(."_:.<_!*- '!-" llmltort ;
said .
unless birth certificate Is obtained : that.JI'OWef'Ilhould The committee chairman J
a ,
rjniee county
cotton and other conditions to, attend: the National Sciencerqundation.Institute i to conservation measures
in time.. decide which plait they: want also that significant '
of the and in pointed out a farmer
return would not normally
program ; at DePaul Unllversltyattirrencastlennd. Ito -----1 k
be edible ,for (la. 33-cehf: price .-I I .Application) : forms may be,obtained This is the use'I''cot and plant i accordingly. If factor In the success of the 1963 able cary out to the extent u t <
support In addiUon to the, from a county: health department else six week institute ton-acreage 1* determined conservation effort was the fact aary U they had to bear the '
payment a : ; whole,
regular price .' support loan at the '!but a letter! will adequate it 'It in excess of the chosen allotment that 15 fannl1Jthe county carried cost'!'')themselves J < \\> I 1k''

30-cent rate. The not planted contains all! the essential informa Mr L. P;' Jlitioh fiat been granted the grower will have an opportunity out conservation practices 'under ,
acreage .
to cotton because the grower, tloqrApp'latian. I professional leave to attend a to adjust the. acreage: to>\the the 1963 ACP..that had not participated i j '\' r Of I
planted within' the'smaller 'domes-' must'Include the full j'Science Institute at Saint'Augustine I allotment by a deadline to be established in the program1 during' the Knock/ 9noCk

tic allotment"*'- may be planted to ,name of the child ;the full name of College'ui Raleigh. N.C. I by the ASC County Committee three previous;years.A' special: : K\\ ': q' i

& othe rcrooa (with the feed grain, the" father..full, ,.maiden mane, .oftithe'mother -...., '.. .. I i effort is being madeto encourage t
+ t I 1' '-II
limitation mentioned.WIder point ,\i ; the day; month, year J' '

"2" above); ttart'pr'ovidtog *J> ai-' city"and "county rof birth; 'whether)\ ---then Wilt/fbe', the.'Cancer Crusader knocking ,at
dltional source'of'lncorn&The I'IchUcilisffiile.olfemale'and: : the] your''c1obr Mohd ; / ;

.+ other[major 1 difference ''i is;.ch' d'-;laceThe. original birth'cefvtlflcate (; t rf. evenlngrAprU .
.that a grower may produce some number should be Included WherVjyqur1neighbor; comet1 calling* cm14 yo'ii Mon.. ...

cotton to seU at the world price if if possible day evening on behalf(of the CANCER CRUSADE .
he files an application the Jine-: Itthe.. child.was born ta,another pea] e.-tber .\ wjth ':gift i Remember '
state;!the certificate'must be obtairved'front } ;gnerou (X.otlr": *{: i\ To
lt.1964 deadlirw, nd umUh,8.bond.+ '
assuring Uiat' he cotton that,'stater'' :; Cure: Mone' Give I1 ore;l ight' ,c ancer.withaMtxlical<<: : : \ I

export acreage! rwfll- ,' tAt full photocopy;or'awalM-aIzed ,Checkup'nd'a'Check.'lt; J'

without Government from.tM'1 birth registration-jenoatedil! j in, .. .c 4 ; __... ) .. :.' '\.... .. ?'r.tnto..tnto. va '

Florida! growers ot.1the plastic may be obtained from the f. 'v

provision W not expected to.'affect txrreaO..The1typcwanted. should bspecificied. :CANCER'AMDrTHE'SfXES';
lack of facilities for handling export A fee of one dollar for ,.,

cotton in the area. each copy or card must accompany: . .
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be mailed to growers containing The (lBoanJ",also suggested \that 200. w I rs t ,
before starting the first the v
Information on the new program ) grade IJtI' IJ
provisions to child have all the baslc inoculations ( > !, ;1'11'f. \
as they apply ,. fr.vu. ) 'i\< } : f.
the Individual farm. If against whoopincugh, polio : \ .
the, grower .. 't ..
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smallpox diphtheria and tetanus. w
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wants to plant an export .market 'r, .ur b -fie.fr" ',' .'
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acreage, he wiD need to file I :..-.. : ># 1 ;
an application at his ASC county I" i 1 ._ 50,, j1 '.. ;-j"'r'l; ". "JM
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office 1
by: June 1964 and furinsh Jennings MantisChairman.pf
,fuse bond within 15 days after such: __ .... : .$.:fl. ... ., ,

tiling ) :. Berry ?' i., !.. t. hs
Growers will deckle which allotment s ,

Delegation 1 ? A : ,
,they wish to use and plant ,f.. \ j t.;
on the basis of that allotment. It MOUNT BERRY/ Ga., April'Flve _

the acreage la determined in excess Bell/', Colled\.tuderrtJ will I

of the chosen allotment the pro- Join some' 300 of their fellow col. I ; t 1 I' r I ; j jI

ducre win have a period durinf legftr :t=/thrwithout' t :she rotate< I i ", I II !
as "voting delegates" \r n' i I 'r nGOINi ( \
which he can adjust the acreage. at a mock I I 50 : I

After the planted acreage is verified Republics j h Presidential Conventionat ; ,. } .. ')' .
and found to be within the domestic Emory University in Atlanta >>. "n"", j j;
allotment the eligible prolacer Friday and Saturday (April 17 and ) tJ

will then file ? 18). .. 1
an application J I ) )
for the additional .price support Chairman of the Berry group is .. .
payment. Clifford S. Hewitt a senior majoring .
in history.and
and M s. Clifford S: Hewlrt. Sr of carried almost tins Black cattle raited oa Iowa and South Dakota ranches I '
1,200 &: Angus .
FISH DINNER SPONSORED BY Jennings, Fla.Sponsored from Alexandria to Harrbonbori', Ya,.on'the tra>Ltdtha Shtnandoah Valley to help DtWia'CIK.faii. |T'_.... __ t

WEST LAKE CBURCn OF COD can cu and Student bit the::Emory the College rebuild breeding l herd seriously reduced la numbers dartag'' last ;year's record drought. rate hi ..... taut nmm I.9 a ....fete NIwItM1 f.it } ,, r

Their will be a fish dinner served wu set up to Body help.; Georgia convention Accompanying the '"tr&l1laerd oa whetb.wen:'(left to right B. A. Backer of Ree Ik4 "tWlt.cacH i II thfmrrttfirrtir. atitt4ytUeM( (

at Crossroads on Thursday, April students understand the:operation tortown Va, herd bog for Court Maser rUfltttleo n ar.New Market, Vs-'where thin); a ( .t-.- J_ .eat cute die *CS3 IHfjsnVlal-' I .

30 after the public speaking. We of pee democratic": government'and hewers win be add at auction M Mar eh 26i}.BH B
will 'appreciate your participation to give them an .opportunity tq ex- Dakota. An prod ldMfM on tke aMfmm\t\ tho bofta that tired the champion; IUU" "L ...... r r
as the proceeds go toward our build pea their opinions in the political herd which these lathes. were,wi tea l y beafht la the Valley at earUercattk 1

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First Baptist Church. roe with a wooden salad tiWI'with with nuts and mints. Many. i CAPT. .AI.ISY f 15 New Donut : .
.t.thVfrsI Receiving the guest along with I the matching; salad forte and tpooa. I and lave gifts were recetwd. PILOT'INSTRucroa; :
; Chandler Mother of the bride and J Many friends1" of the popular Mr. Fouraker is employed Machine Installed '

Mrs. Gene Lane the groom's 'couple caned during the afternoon. the Continental Can Co. and Captain James R. Alley, son at "Y'

"f1JrJ @L'k.8.J ,,, mother. Mrs. Ethel EXckert grandmother Out of town guests Included! Mrs. tanker is. secretary at Olive L., Alley of 4730 s. w. At Floridan R st. r':
of the groom kept the guest Maude Havener Miss Inex McCaD McCormlck's. office. Way. Lake Oswego Ore.. I "* .
: :\ book. Mrs. J, V.; MoCall; ,and. Mrs., Ivy- .e-' graduated from the' United Bruton Mamilng'announced A this r'.
: ; &, f fiOss Chandler wore a scooped Klnsey of81IOWER enn1naa. The 'Calvary Baptist Church Air Force. ;' pilot i"instructor I week that'Mmhas Installed a donut ;7

.. Ii r neck floral print dress In shades of 1. newety organized" and is here., i I I machine at.thr.FVjridan Heitaur-
turquoise and green ,on a white FOR ,,BOSS OOOLSBY' trides. They have bought a lot ant that wCB automatically:: turn out
: ;\ Thursday afternoon from'J-5 Captain Alley a rated Air Force '
a permanent building. At the present donuts in desired
; background.. She chose green lacesaortas fresh any
$T..ZN1QUrImIG trained to teach student II I I
oclock the' Women'of the Advent they meet in the Woman's WM
IUS to complete'her ensemble.: Quantity (from a dozen: to a
.' The hostesses presented her with s Christian church: were hostesses at The'Sunday ,School attendance I I to fly Jet traIner' aircraft. 'I bushel basket full, says Button in
Marshall Thomas. corsage of brides roses. a ShoMr'reception'honoring Miss: between 40 and 60 each Sunday. i course here Included Hying I I his advertisement in this Issue. lie
of 'and 00,00Mr. Connie Goclsby whose wedding to and. military,training.
The height man's mental A green and white color scheme .55 la offering tree samples Saturday'
spiritual emotions is .love-love of B1iIIEAB8u! ; &11FPBR wu noted'in the'living room ''and Mr.. Vann Beaily took place the :Mrs. Clarence Howe of Live The captain, graduate of Lake 'morning, so don't miss It!Ii
1' ,parentstorcbUdrenlovecchildren I .and Mrs. ONeal Gooliby entertained allowing Sunday. The party was at visiting her relatives here' thI.week. .
dining room..The tea table wU covered High School, was,commit: I
foe parents, and love of a-man > the ,wedding*party''of with a-white J tapplktued ,swiss I, the Educational 'building. of .the. to 1365 through: the aviation. i SPRINGS
and woman which .culminates: ,, in' their daughter Miss Connie Goofcbyto organdy; cloth over*CreeD church. oe.V program. His wife Avis, Is I WHITE .,
marriage, civilization's high to' : Vans ,Beasley 1 Saturday pinch} ow1wa. : The bride WIll ' ment', Apr.11 { Aj Mverj placedat blue spring suit'with'white accessories. sited a short time with Mr. !' ,
kve&era-j evening, a their horn j near onVend'of Florida. ,
table and" "
There no place,(n true Jasper. There were 18 guests. MissGoolsty tranche then aS, !'rs. Raymond Camp Jr. and Mrs.raham' I, ; ;. H'.1a )
,candelabra with ;'lighted Bin. Mary Coffins
Black in "Lakeside" l.I by
'disrespect. ciiltan" or wore !pretty1' rose pink green: tapers, centered: with a nose i The tea table,wu overlaid with 00. f '\ i
neglect xx .. sheath with ferae bow >in front a lace cloth and centered by a bowl I e
!q''E3+r'.r.N.ktkewNter+UsY. '1wWS.lg desErn *r ifw s'fc"ioftW parljMwnii ay'QtonnIfnented; "", .r.' week'W ri'f 1Jt. IJ&-' .- t.Y Mrl"JMIdtI: er G xz.xT t BA Z'[ Y N'
is", < again later.In the week m
thing Ue because we don't love always an.recognize intangible the the jolly Informality" ''of dose- the.. opposite r end.' ,A single yeDow rose was placedon Jurry. Jr. :Mrs. C. B Harrison A'I Ime:several days, with .,:..tri.I 1 I I The' \V.'.C.S., of ,the Methodist,
friends. Silver of cake sandwiches table James Mn. Church of Whits Springs wJQ sponsor -,
intangible attributes that control it trays and the. vhere/JJxs. pavld Bryan spent & ,'her sister..
Because it is freely given, we often :Afterward the party'adjourned to were placed on the -tlble. Dampier kept the guts book. Mrs of,thls,week: In J.cklQnv1De-ahoppine . 'I I ,.a ,chicken.pileau.supper'after'' '
disregard its value. the'Advent, Christian 'Church' for Mrs-: Jade Brooks of Jacksonville"presided John A. Scat served punch.'' and Just having a day,of 1b Jasper Ministerial Council' the speakfee rally, Saturday" .4Pd1t J
Love .is most precious the rehearsal which 'was directedby over the punch bowL Jack :.\The,refreshments were of dainty and pleasure. ; monthly get together: with the 25.in White Springs.: ; :..
( the law and Mrs. Ssbin Tomlinson., ie Brooks and Elaine Bridges assisted homemade cookies and. pdwichet 1 : *
Jt is the fulfillment o .Jlfrs Graham Black I inc1uded.t EveryoneTls; invited to come and
.- with mints and I had',
nuts 'm ,
'deserves our, knowledge and diligence e \ the guests with napkins. i r7 the ,and ,.enjoy the'
bear speaker
Miv and Mil.Parioe. MortiscFort t4thebddewas Last week Art at the Steer
The bostelaea.alft guests this past week friends of they
dU- i
to preserve it.:guard. it: from. The many' Jove'Ylift.' 'were chicken. Serving starts at S::00 p.mI
\\f Myers for'the Cools of Mr. Addis in Oils steak Sup-
tarnish or' distraction" came up played'in' the den and'bedroomarrangements a. creamer and tugs bowl ;standing Inn and dauohter J Live for bi the Educational >
by-Beasley1' 'ancI,Miss Jean' Hill who ,Mrs. Truet Corner the host Building.
,'1 love you because you are help- wedding' Sunday April 'of fed' roses and her chosen china: ** was I .-<.,*,.
19. JoveI graduate In August from the party came to the
make 'of the lumber of :white stock, were The many other /cttta were Florida I I We, School
tog me my. seen throughout U playefl] : attractively. State University Tallahassee. Jean .'. In Jasper for coffee and Daily Vacation instruction ."
We.! Mrs. Nolan WUkes a dinner the'hoUI..* ,. will be held at the First'
gave '
11 disunion
1 ... J::tt.J now practice teaching In' hour. Those enjoying
Not s tavern party 1'rIday'evenlJl&' April '1? at i Many friends caDed'during i the appointed r.Mrs'W.* ;A. newis. had t houseful elementary school In Jacksonville.; affair were The.Herings the Methodist Church' of Lake City,, on ..
But a temple 7:30: honoring the bride elect Mary hours. Among those from children home for the weekend. The Hills reside In Chattahoochfee. Zants, the Canovas and Rev. April 30, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.' ,- ..
Out of the rocb, ; "..(.,.f' Katherine Chandler. It was a poolside out of town were Mrs. D'A. Fried and The Methodist Booths were
There Thomas and Jerry ;
were The ,;Community Vacation Bible.
Of my everyday for, about IS the of Perry Fla Mrs.: Marjorie NorrVand
setting of
man Dr and Mrs. Earl Lewis and ton, :Mrs. Wade Mrs. Fred to go because of the new School planning committee met ,
Not a reproach' young set The lighting and reflect Shuman of, Orlando, Mrs. Robert all of Jacksonville: and Wallace rOckler were hostesses Thursday at the home of Mrs. Gussie Cheshire ,
But'a song" ed lights from the pool.' the music Butler of Coco Mrs. Allen Johnson .
I ; Lewis from Tallahassee.The evening April 16 to the Bridge and i. Va-.
Monday night. Daily
Croft .
and made, Mrs. Maud ,Havener, Miss . '
.. gay ,:laughter: a<,perfect. Inez. Supper. CUb which meets each cation Bible School will be held this
atmosphere. McCall of Jennings. Garden Club had interest month at the Power Lounge. "' 5ng the R E. A. Convention
Again another April I have a . an year at the First Baptist Church of,.
bouquet of yellow roses from Mrs. )Irs. Wilkes presented the honoree HONORS Ing meeting Friday, April 17. Mrs.C. There are ten couples who .enjoy Miami this week are Mrs. Doro White Springs June 1-5. If you can.
from the bush she a lovely brass .tray. B. Harrison gave the Inspiration his aff&Jr. Fennel Coach Brewer, Mrs. help in this school, contact Mrs.
AI Denton
home !in',, Mr. and Mrs. ErwIt.Cbander.! MESS MARY KATHERZNE Mrs Oscar Ratliff showed sane of Mrs. Juanite Henderson of Apala Leslie. Mrs. Blanche Perry, Bonnie Hlllhouse.or Mrs. Beverly
her mother's
from QUJlDum'Tue
Tfenu brought? I .them In a brown tea \\Sr, and Mrs. Eugene;Lang and her interesting. "English garden"aides. achicoU and Mrs. Carl Langford ..Pauline Kennedy.,, I BuQard. :Mrs. Gussie Cheshire la,
put Mrs..Kenneth ChkndSer; of the older dat afternoon April 2'1ai'M211 of Trenton: spent Thursday with Mrs .. In charge of refreshments. .
set also invited. Mary Katherine Chandler was hon '
Pot,0' were Mrs.'AvU HarreQ was in charge
O, M ------- -- -----
'> .. ored with a Coca Cola parry In the ---- --- --- ----- -- ------ -- ------------ -------
of the ------- ----- :
::Mss, Manlon Crews '(Becky: ) Saturday April'' 18, Miss Mary suburban home of- Mrs. Carlton Mrs.program.Clayton Avriett and Mrs. f- :

came over,from Lake City Thursday ; Katherine Chandler was the honor Ca ter.;Co-host esses with Mrs. Carter Graham Black were hostesses : ,..' ,. .. .
of April 16 to attend the shower About
Saadlln'Mri. II ,
:guest; at a luncheon the Ashley were Mrs. Leon The Garden Club recesses in June ,: ,
honoring the bride elect: MaryKatherln hotel in Valdosta. Miss Chand- Joe Sapp. ,Mrs. Harry T. Reid; with an, annual luncheon out at I t .
Chandfer. lOin wore ,a ,Spring suit of cranberry Mrs. Charles Hunter, Mr*. Blanche Hickory Bottom. '
tor Utt1e't.lt with "
She come by a I with beige accessories. Psrryn : "
me .fterwa & She i is the the do same en't f The luncheon table was W-shaped Mrs. Perry greeted the guests, ,Among the gradutes from F S.1.1.of A"ccredifritib'ijS" :
much loved Becky altho : -
with Dower directed them to the receiving
pink with and
often. arangements last Saturday April 18 were Mrs. , .
get over ,
1 C pid.. line where stood the bride elect Marsha:! Thomas, Miss Bonnie -' -
Malcom Crews and Judy and Lori ,
Hostesses Mrs.'Thomas B. and the mothers of bride and Riley,' Mr. Don Arlen Thtepen Miss
live in still with FACTS
High Springs now THE
Y Florida Power Corp but transferred Bridges Mrs., Gene Xdicka: Mrs. groom elect. I Unda dardy:all of Jasper. 4 PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW
Carter Invited the guests .
Mrs. 4
0 S if
HUL bride :
Billy 'The gift to the. '
Sbe tells is teaching 2nd
grade !in Orlando me Mary this year.yes. was a spice set.' ;About 25 enjoyed Into Mrs.the'Ethel dining Wckert room. kept the, There will be"a'' Minister andLayman" : Although:our' schools).Kg* bin and are now on, the STATE
Park :
this affair. : ,retreat at Dowlin accreditation
fdrvmany.years, much has been said and
'70 .e' brides book. this week Wednesday thru Friday. : implied by
i ,Mrs. received Thomas (Joan SHOWER if BtWaCABY A yellow damask'' cloth coveredthe Mrs. Irene'Newton of Newark. New :I one of the candidates school J superintendent t if, he were elect
; !Manning her degree Ineducatlen'ufd XAimmaam CBANKJBBTne refreshment' table and red I ed, schools
I'OH'made would
York was :a recent guest of her our I soon, be placed '''on ,the Southern',Association
'general in Nursing home of Mrs."J. T. Bridges .a pleasing oombinadat;;Red sister Mrs.:Isbbr Tomliiuon.UUna.BrasweH's : Accreditation'list'; ,
.. tseearthg. U. Saturday April M. At'f. WM the setting for a place sneous roses were also in the foyer ,flower gardenIa : ,
It tbe men( ft* J here shower' Thursday- afternoon. AMI]. Chandlerwas wearing an A ,
; Mf bloom, t and
,', \ne .JAl' .... i beige InfuH, tn;iir A.pinks. J wtouf recrienttiAtxesary; to place ''schools .
'" I ? line shift ,In 'The neck and t. ., : pur : on the'Southern 4' <;f ,
'' >-f t + yypaosr C7 Thi-Mr. fr"M accreditation
( -- 1it'are.afollows'TheNEW
sant of arm holes were bound raspberry e : ; :; SUpenntendehthrnult
P: ,Wtag and Ifi.'MyiiWhHev' trami ': ;; z;;Jr, Tics hostesses for linen accessories were beige. '_ The Woman's Ferelgn Missionary hold a'' MASTER'S degree" in Administration t,
I ',. Jesdap Mrs.' ,Thomas ,land''',Mr, :the occasion were the ladies of the ,The hostesea presented the honeif '01 the jdftnt Christian and Supervision. To
;/ ..... ...n. .' ,j\,' ,'" ...- a.'d. .: -y '...'" ..-. ., .. ..' Church Society met.w t' i Mrs, E.W. Buck- : obtain a MASTER'S degree in administration 'supervision ,one
T GodsW must have three full: of .successful and
'" -11! t let ... Jesse program years teaching experience
'PEOPLE concemfae, the mot the hold a valid teaching certificate ,in the,area of administration and

., 'TO"THB ; :OF church, Mrs. Buckels on the Ph@iplnte.served} her guests supervision elementary and secondary; 'school It is no longer possible -

,coconut. pl 'for refreshments., for the' NEW'Superintefidenrto qualify while on the 'job! SO

..Mr.'and Mrs. .Kodney Fmraker
1 'r fc T were tta reclplesta of a Housewarming NOW, for the candidate: who is opposing our present County

.1: at their.' sew home in Superintendent who has had so much to 'say'about this in the local
Dear Friends Lynn tat r..ta. Friday erentagApr3 :
: paper.,and i in public speaking We would like for himto
1*, by' the BMmben of 011ftI'Jf appearances:
t\: I :wish' that' it were possible' for me: to ,visit B.... 0a1Irda. : clarify or answer just two questions, for the ,benefit .oFari 'interested -, I.,
.TIle tVMte'wcra greoted by public: ;;,. ..

/ S .f and talk..with ,each 'of you but'since, time will: I....... .BarahamIMNIM; hid. beea, .decorated, ]is. Is 'it not' a fact H.af you as candidate for Superintendent, do. ". "'
not permit tJ lr will take this of' :wItIII ',."'proAsAM of BCacUh dog- not in of the word ; '
? expressing II ,wood aid NM. la the dining room. any sense 'qualiY.! : t an hope; to .qualify. .
a, to :you any ,thanks' for-your interest and the' mfnalnneai table ww laid. while in office under these requirements)?? :, :
sup- with a pretty lace el &'u4 on the '2;' J.Jt.fair to the people to insinuate' that you:could, and .would, i if i ielectedput' :

port hi the .past and'nthi: ,:race for re-election, J aid was a large bowl earMllone-' 'v :; l ;,: our schools I on the Southern! Accreditation ,list, ,

: and MparatM. lent. t{ knowing' ful\-\.well'that] undertone requirements It'would'not be
as your SchOOlBoardMemti' >ier. Mrs. George L. Smith'and Mrs .
.. .
.0 here .m your power to do so?>
: : ,'" Sharon Burnham presided :

I'pledge to.:you:a'continued,-, and progressive -' ,weving M-: the punch ninlature. cake, 't This committee'wants'to, make it clear to the' people that a new or ,

worker in :Educatioml LOW1NTERES1' 'i incoming superintendent could not absent himself from.the duties :
andas ,
Program ,
):our :
of this
office for
'If---- ; ; .the length of time that would be required,to become

a member 'of, 'your:School ,Board. I promise LONG.tIRM qualified i ,under 'the requirements. > "

you '.if :'3hdwhen:: School' :Bonds are sold, I.'will, WANSThru We bring'these farts fo you, the,people, 'who have every. : right

do my',best 'to.see' that 'you;'the citiiens and taxpayers th" to !know- the truth.' r -, :: ," '
FEDERAL LAND BANK .Hamilton County Committee For Better Schools ;

y of Hamilton County, will get a' dollars Uve Oak v r h 62-1525) .. ,'" ,. .' 1, .

worth'for ,every dollar,'.. _t'0fxihis' borrowed, Federf a Bank : j .-1't;: ;: -w'- o' _-...' _._(._' ..n,

money. V'" '** ,, ASS( "f"" .. I : j'" .
1'\ .. :
4 a also promise that will work toward restoring -, South Ohio Avenue :,: .

k 'I.-: unity among, the people of Hamilton I, ((,., <. ,, : .\': : ;
( ? .
4 \ ,

,. S :,1' : I I County ,because without ,good-will toward each 'l ;\..,"" 'r.('l. i lm PRIMARY" BALLOT. ,. ,. .. L "- v''.4J.."..".i.tl",:,,;' ",:.,..;.;
'other fail. ,: ', REPU _', 't: .
: : we all $ PARTY S. s. ; ,rJ"
: i soaps ssw iuvai a ,, .' 4 '. '" ::4 ,,' .,J. .'I ',. .!?: '
/ ,
1" 'f A Cory c ts 'MAY S 1964 '
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I' It will always \be'my purpose to conduct my ..). ". ; ',, : ,f ,. I ,. \ .J.,..:,,'f r :,*e'"d':','t,,f' :tJ". '

affairs in 'which will merit- .... 0"'. HAMILTONCOUNTY_ ""Y.. ', f \" ;t"a -:., ': .
\ a manner your respect '. : ". .. ., '. : ,'-.r. "'I' 'I' .
J : and confidence. 5' II PREcINcT NUMBER .9'-B .' \, r ,.; '.m'. ,,-.' .

:: :: \ ] '. .'.,.": t. ,.' 'r ;:., t.-: (II : ; \'.; 'j .

: ; 'c .. !0.J!!!tor oa perm whose name to printed the '" / ,'>'* &,'* .
00 ballot
In'' conclusion please, let me urge you to go'j' the square ai the MCat of the name'of the. >ion.fw whom desire marls b a vote.'i'i ; l'I.:I.,.,,'\
: :' .' I i'
t.nsA '
; :to your voting. place) 'qn.May' 5th and cast your' r :, ; STATE''; 'j'

; jlorTHE ;; 'WfFH\EECORD OF FAIR-' '< :: "1 "
'J .OMAN : t.: ': GoTernor : v n .7 .,.1" 'itM S t
I tNESS : (Vote'for one)-0 -w _'. .. ,
,: : ; : $;i' v;" aft ( ;:r

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1 : ALLEN. B. TYREE, KEN FOLKS .. ''I, :
i it: 'ft." ,
1 r ..' : School SEARS & SONS I ,: 'r, 1 ,
:3y I your
S 'S ', r'-'r' H. B. (Bob) FOSTER ', ;1 I 1. .

;', :' 'y # I : '- Board Member, .; 1' "" ''-''

Y S District*: 2 not tturo tsftwcc CHARLEs R. HOIl.EY


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.Friday, j,124.; 1964 .. THE JASPER NEWS. JA i'a. : & RI D A PAGE N1NE

i y, .

: b.to { One'Church As Goo.4 BAs Another?" I church(1)( ) Can a 1s church as good built.as by another man, be: I Debut Nears For trait from.of his Mr.Inaugural Kennedy,aclflrns,are the:,words" "Ask

l ; : ; to,,most; people; ,o n e fess'to jelieve and practice. Often'as good as the,one built cbIZchwith'earthly by Christr 'N6\f, $75 Savings! !not.-",-bat Ik'yotur,:"tvlvit' > country. 'you ..canjjjitot'Jaryourrcountry. can do; loryou '

I .. ,t }} "1.!IMP !Ii is Just as .good asanother.,, 1 j when;i jKronted with one whQ holds, )lall16:16-18.headquarters Can'a'possibly,.be PCML? r -/r/ ., ."

cond CJaq : could: askthesame people such'f conviction toward, me 'and 1 I51 Rood as the one with It'. headquarters ., :\. .....r.. .' K: ; : "The reproduction of tht>iem<3riblo" '-
f Who' thinks 44'1 "
: 1J ,that it makes \
& one no IJ' -
brand .of a particular -I ; the focVof the1t
pro- statement
;tJ.,1td' S bi ;pti i : difference what one believes so long in henyenj. :Etfi.'.1;:l33. I I i Atiide'Nat} :; the new $iS $7 :-
on the market Just as good.a d, saId Mr.. Copeland ;"le 'a
t' Can a .church: : ..wWcJvoriginate: :4 in les ElCnited Slate Saving He.id /
(' $3.OOin i tiiilton as _be Sa.pre| J ark the.question :
; ;tf: ; ( and theywould say em "Wtiat'do: you+ think!( about the Mor- the mind.) of men be as good as the bearing the portrait of the ( ate i i A: rcininaer tnat'o u r' citizens1
iCards of? t'a! ; ; I: roll Have you ever no t church one which: originated In the mind of President, Kennedy will go on sale, help strengthen their own security'and
and their beliefs,
PT 'IT the Inconsistency of religious I mon they possibly be right tt.. Well thenI can God 7 Eph. 31011.: Can a church May'l.- came today from James C. thereby the security of:their
i '. ? They will have morer,' receive quick reply-uNo. they wlth'lt'. roUbook and membership Copeland County Savings Bo dA community and their country when
Mr and '' list here on earth be as good as I they Invest a portion of their
{ Mrs for, and take more pains In can't be.,.rlaht." Next I ask the Chairman. savings
-;;1f' '- .. that which they consume question' "What about the Catholic the one who has Its membershiplist Mr.Oopeland'saJd that die: to the I in Saving Honda'
benefit of the physical body church, do you think'they are recorded in Heaven feb anticipated-heavy, demand for the
j they do for that which, per- right To this all or most all professed 12:23. Can a church of which it Is new bon,> many'banks and other ADVERTISINGPAYSIN
..iAt. I
[ to their spiritual well being. Protestants will rally with a not necessary' to be a member to issuing agents'throughout the Nation -I I
I am accused of fight- quick disagreement to that whichthey'teach be saved possibly be as good as win accept order before :May''
religions as If that vwas '' and practice in theCatholic'church. the one In which the saved must I' 1 from.ttIoIIe' purchasers who may THE JASU'NEWS
Then sometimes,. attain membership? Acts 2:47: ; desire an early date of Issue to
pleasure for me to speak
I that which other people pro- i Iesk:' well what about the Jeho Eph. 5:23: ; 1 0>1'. 15:24. Christ has i appear In the validating stamp.
I _._ i vah's Witnesses. "Do you believe said "Every plant which my heavenly ,' Decision, to ,Issue the $75 i
\, I them to be.;right?" Well again I Father hath not planted] shall which fills a.gap in the tOnd.1 l't
W I receive a: quick NO",Next. I ask a be rooted up." Matt. 15:13-: nomination range of Savings Bonds!. KNOWLEDGE.r
{ BabtUt \.wiiat youVthink I' ;aboutiprtnkWl 'rA "on}! was' *ftnno ncef bv. .ihe) Wt te,2loa t
+ ;
: : "
'" <>: bl&tTT| ? *.>Mso Christ'the I t4'hi. "JUmiaryJjhe"I. Issue dafctofMay r ,
:. :" i'I f arFhaye*VcitJaMa'.tffi{ \ ifrvfo, Cod: 1'Cor.JI! ;+ Iasi;? .1 war fixed'to,coincide. pithJ1ttfe'iaw !
...... .. ; such' ,a departure, irwi .tMjVftw (&<,('I; .. r8-ito1"lt..w.: hdJt at'j' ch ngl'bt 't7peratlon'' '
t tiod. WesfOOJd go'on Indefinitely] proper time and place to fit all Ity" a natfortwMe" Saving Bonds
SENATOR"b with"thel 'bof to show that everyone old] Testament prophecies:> AD-3I\'. campaleTt which' nnsmtll: July
who holds any conviction on In the city of Jerusalem See Isa. Fourth May lis also the! 23rd 'anniversary f
-J anythingft will 'oppose that which 2:2-3.: Dan. 2:44: Mark 9:1, Luke ,ef the' Issuance ot the n
STANDS ON ; ;: they believe to be. Incorrect and 24:45-49. It has the proper creed, first Series'E Bond.Purchase .
I yet these same people will condemn only the Bible. II Tim. 3:16-: T..II
Senator Holland price bt the new bond,
"At this moment.'1 another Who' because of convictionand Pet. 1:3.: Jas. 1:25.: It has the pro' which will reach full face value In
sooUng your ''' 'r love for Christ peeks to see the per head. Christ, 0>1. 1:18: ;' Eph. seven years and jilne months is
!I. My bid for division among the religious people] 1:22-23.: The proper savior Christ, 316.25.Mr .
I Instead! I em In : { SPEEDWAY diminish .as was t h e1 prayer of Ej9 5:23.: Its members wear the
laid that the
nror.impedant to Christ in John 17th, chapter I only proper name .Ice. 62:2: Acts : : Copeland:: ww
Rights Bill now r .. Ran. Every S.lerday believe 'you can all ape ,the gross n:26, Acts 4::12. 1 Pet. 4:16, Acts bond' tc( not a "memorial" to thelate' ICynes'( grounding hi law !In
President -In that It Is no dlfferent'from -
;Hoi* for ellour
inconsistency herein I presented. 26:28: Dy the, Inspiration of. {the In odmlntstration
; ,
; other dctiominatlons of, government
will b. doomod t
fa p.-i. :
Trials 7 There Is really no one who holds Holy Spirit'all of the early congregations of
and In JknowWge Florida.
bill Bonrtsv all of which bear
nature. This Savings ;
Rae I p.m.Adm'itlon any degree of conviction on any of th. Church which I
1 successful
'hands'of the : portraits of deceased chief erecutlves. : hold promise for a
who believes Jesus built .wre called "Churches
subject but that those '
.. 'to being a polico .. ,I .... _$ 1 16:16. However beneath the por- tenure at attorney general.'
;, ,, | who disagree with them are in error of Christ" ,Romans :
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But the' main thing all men of -
sent mo to.do. I If you are a member some
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W, ) be aware of Is that our church which humanly
".tocon' rmy" Under 4 y*.r-FRER. ; wears a believe,i repent: ..oontesl Christ and
''not1e1ld.and : conviction Must be proven true bythe'tnfaUab1e divised name arid ascribe. to a creedin be baptized.into. Christ for the remission -
/ Fie "Ii" Races', word of God beforeit addition to the Bible, and.. of sins and he will add that,
:....r HMU Holland yMn ha. : .I l f. ry ether. Thursday night. will avail anything at the judge- teaches a different plan] for salvationvother person to his church. Read{ Romans I HERALD'i
.7 Daetlc : Mfilrinlfif. April 9nu ment bar'of Chlrst, 2 Cor'S:10.: The ( : .than that, presented 10:14-17.: Luke 13:3, Acts 17:30.:
r ,. v* TU : .Trials' ...,.<_7 ,.m. truth Is .,.always consistent. And it clearly In the Bible] then I would Matt. 10:32: Acts $$::37, Acts 2:38:
Race ,-l p.m.Mrnlsslat will 'be t:.true if no 'one ever be- honestly beseech you to study God's Acts 23:18,1: Pet.'3:20-21: Romans'6U
,'" lieves it.. God's word ,1s'' truth. Infallable word before eternity : GaL :26-21.: ..Acts 2:47.:
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Fr IIaY. April ,24. 1964 ._
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especially for the first trial We, MILTON REUNION AND,I'SGT. A. J.:LeBLUEIN FILE GUIDES, 1, MIMEOGRAPH

Ljouapii! Jostr Sc/'oo/'h < 'are looking forward towards this BIRTHDAY i DINNER'J LOUISIANA, .. .' DUPLICATOR
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affair in which the .
I: .. \ ,1, being& an annual J, &' Florence Milton cele- StaftSeigiantMbgrtJ.L. A to: Z" PAPER I
-' .,. ,':" I '\' 'II r science.end math. departments may }l9th ;. Blue, NEWS ''
II. "I work together' and be :*tte.'to'present -. on of Mrs,Betty Hudgens ot 4504 NEWS' ;r THE JASPER
... .I.I"ur1J ,bn4ed.-On'PE'; : THE JASPER _
:1 j .i f "f"" lUrgU SUvet. Alexandria! ,!*,., has ,
what we hhope' wtu,! I i **!* i blble :and'informative ([ : !<* with j .. 1 ii.: ., :
week we'mentioned' the be pur first program1 for-TrhemeU's.; ; : )'and",the party)1 arrived her tot" duty following'a 'h..,.r. n r.T. of 1 -
riacor had' bestowed SdencejFaitf that f/O/P several otherme111bets of the tour of service the !
) that been on I I patrons 'Some of our'students'In the science under' the Sponsorship of the JasperflIlgh.School next |*kr1wej: >ope4jo participatein tame. I I, Le due, an aircraft mechanic -
in April with dinner on their awn
department of the Jasper High Science dub under the,district,.and'region science f has been assigned to the
There sixty eight
School.to the science instructor and the direction of out science InstructarvMr fairs.We.," were [ Organizational teJ1N1Ce Squadron. BIG COOL
and friends attending. Everyoneseem :
to the school Itself in the field of Harold Bethea This vent 'well pleasedwith ___
were also quite to have had a Joyful! .time I
science These are honors that we was: held in the Elementary'SchoolLu&rrTloom the results of the.Jasper High The Sergeant, whose father, t>iil
all have every reason to be proud. ? Friday Evening April School Track team's record in the ?u J- Le Blue resides at Oberiin La. Is
We have also mentioned the Im- 17. We want apologize for not Suwannee Conference ,track meet 3rd place Harry DivU.;"'830 relay a graduate of Bolton High School
proved ratings an d honors that having given this.eoven 'the prior held In CJje and last week Our 1st place Jerry Smith. Johnny Paterson Alexandria.' Us wife. Iris U the SMALL 1 COST
were given to our band at the last s publicity that It deserved. Nevertheless boys captured second place in,the Mike Jones and David Bernbryi daughter of Roy Daniels of_ Ja per,
band, clinic held in Gainesville. ) quite a number' 'of parents conference with.44, points... Branford Sprint medley,, ;1st' ,place,, Florida. _.
When we begin to mention improvements and friends did corne'qut'tovisltthe : won first place with 49 points. Jerry Smith. Johnny Peterson -
and,, accomplishments science fair which also Included Lake Butler was third with 33 Mike Jones, Matt 'ManStle; mile JOSEPH L. BELL COMPLETES =
in one area we run ourselves in Jeopardy an exceuen.section on the./'New points.. Individual honors and re- relay, 2nd pace David' Bembry I I TRAINING. ,I I ,500 ITU
if we do not mention equally Math". Students from the '*s graded lay honors for Jasper were as follows Donnell Register, ffUisty")Ilclder .
important accomplishments In other primary section of.the elementary 1100 yard dash 1st place, Jerry and Harry Davis .We. are, very COOLINGCAPACITY
areas of our school life. We do school, the,upper elementary, Smith. 440 yard dash. hat place proud pt this fine',shw Mr by the .
bave'other areas of school activities junior high to.' senior high 'school' Matt Marable, 880'yard dash'5th track team and Coach Bethea t. .J-'" ... ...:
that have made very impressive ,students had experimentsand displays place Bobby Pennlngton, Broad us that If we had had just a ten'l ., ?
records in the last few weeks. on hand. We thought'that''it Jump 5th place Jerry Smith. 4th more toys out for track that ,' ,

We would like ,to mention tint 'was a vwy excellent 1 performance._ .place Donnell Register.... ...., lUsJi Jump could: have easily won flrfet ; I M.liul Prices Start 1lS40
The local F F. A. Chapter under -
'. the direction of Mr/JjU Dun- I "- att$119.95 '

J Are We Being i Represented ? share naway of has honors recently and come achievements in for Its r GE ,

at the sub-district F F. A.*MeetIng ,
held last Friday In Live Oak.: I
,Friends,this is a series of articles I Ihaye i tennis Hackle won first place In I II
the the public speaking contest. Hamilton 4
; written,'in an attempt to place '
'County took all the.F. F. A. ',
issues of this campaign in proper .per honors In-this category with Glenn I .
3pective,;. ; Jndsey:ot 'White ,Springs taking Marine Private Joseph L. BeD, ROOM MR CONDITIONER .
second place and Bill 1 Butler of son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Belief
.1 Iw, }sHto 1> 'clarify rumors which are Jennings t taking third GaO Hunt, Route 1, Jennings, Florida is ache
circulating l ,j that jobs of the present State F, F. A. Sweetheart' the local duled to complete recruit training 41 TWO-SPEED COOLING. LOW for quiet eight j j"
Employees from Hamilton County willS chapter, won' first place J*. F. A. April 2 at the Marine Corps Recruit. comfort or HIGH for maximum cooling.AUTOMATIC' : $II
Sweetheart over abc other,contest. Parris Island S. C-
if I elected State Depot THERMOSTAT '. maiataks. *;,
I be in jeopardy am your ants in the sub-district. Marvin The training Included drill bayq- I .
Representative-: First of all, this is the Selph won second place In the tractor net training, physical conditioning t. )Jdrt-rlflht temperature. Choose from ten settfofu. : :
'simplest all fabrications used driving contest at the', district parades and ceremonies and other WASHABLE AIR FILTER sore HUM ** '
political like leveL ,The White Springs!Chapter military subjects. Three weeks' 'moewy. It washes right in the sink. ', .t':;
; and
;In the fielaof politics, .
won first place in the parliamentarian .were spent on the rifle range firIng ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR..allow that
'' to rriake'my,'position very clear on this procedure contestfJennIngs! the M-14 rifle and other infantry dfecfcarge for maximum penetration or an v.voelawftla
j matter, e all know State Employees are won first in the horse 1Ihoe'pttchlnC weapons. : to 45degreee.J.O.BURCH. ;
governed by the State Merit System contest and Mayo won first placein Recruit training prepares Marines
y soft baIL It 1s certainly fine to
I which'protects and guarantees their job see the local chapter and the other for further specialized training' in
a service school or with 'unit 01 t CO.
: eecutity\,! will never use the influence of chapters in the county tealdng such the Fleet Marine Horce. They a '! will ;
excellent showing in these F. F, A.
this office. t to intimidate or coerce anyone report to Camp LeJune N. C. for
L activities and contests.: In an agriculture SY2-3801
-- combat infantry Cra1n1n[ ,. JASPER Billy O. Burch
a in this manner., .community,ouct) as
If elected I will go to Tallahassee with a free and open mind F should'. F. A.. and agriculture second to purpiits none ,in .

and as one who understands the J>foblen\l.of\. our county and who will : '
dedicate all his efforts to solving them?" ,, To The Voters of

S, Friends, our county is small and.we hontestly need an agressive
Representative who, will diligently.work V\f4 Half of it at all times. II

The incumbent has told some.ofl'o\1. our. county that there is

ro secondary road construction"beingrdone in the state at present. HamiltonCounty' ,

The following is an article taken' from the Florida Times Union April .. I' .

20 1964:i Highway,construction reached a record high during March In case you dittiirit know} it. a As we,move into'the home stretch of this.campaign I'd like to
with a total of,$303,million in jpYojeifs( j underway. State Road Board giraffe and a moustf .have the express appreciation 'to all my: neighbors in Hamilton County
Chairman John Phillip*'said th t''rQJ Deluded 1 202,miles of interstate i same rumb r'necfcbones who have gone''out of their,way'to encourage me,and to express. confidence -

t' "1' superhighways;. miles'of.primery highways and 433 miles of Uttto such wonder smelly Umburger, stuff-a'cheeseIs single in the; things we are working for here. |jl I will.never; be able to b. rt'

r t. 4'-! 'secondary rondr*Nci LAr jt.f have'to tell-you'that none..of this ;work, '; gram contalnea over six billion, I 'properly express'myself too adequately"'to'tell you j just how much this\
I '*."."' ,'way'done'In;'HamfltewWpytejT&'L'Ua' ,; tiny,mold plants and up to 360 means to Mrs. Kennedy and myself. -

i.. -. ;;:p1 will work'arid'VO" lM, Uefilsl&Uon; that is,-to the Best(i interest': jnUea billion bacteria4 of then A rth.*. The's surface first 1800'Is I have, received the March statement' ',from the: Florida Revenue

/:;,:of. our-county.. Q' j rhf'r' ,solid Ti.; Forty eleven years ago Commission. 'It reports that our gasoline tax receipts: are down from;
.:,; ,iy Is this Legislation! in the::!'et.1 interest toE: our county? federal Income tax law* went March'of 1963. The'report indicated that collections this past March

x. :On May 27, 1 963. the incumbent'ntroduced to the House of Represent.,, into effect. The first year million,Uncle ,totaled '1746038. In March.of .I9f)3) the receipts were $21,200.69.
about 33
tatives for recognition. Dr. Harry Haitano a Naturopath from Tampa; ,$dollars am'colleeted in taxes:'Today's take This is a'decrease of $3,740.31 or some

Florida. This individual: 1'pad'given a pat y'fftna few members of the :exceeds 68 billion dollars 53,433 gallons under March of 1963.

House. Representation Experience" ? friends .elect a man who Figure*'.ran pe strange. For t 1-75 is slowly drying up all the business
will for interest and t let one the six Representatives of f example, .is man ftpen&i 4.00 fora V
look out your ; p fair quality *hlr ,):wouldn't along U. S. 41. Present,indications
Hillsborough County take of Dr. Raitano and his interests. think 'ot wearing anything of S are that 1-75 will be completed all the
BEMfiRY JR. ON MAY 5th. value." Then ho find the
VOTE FOR PAYTON leaser :way,to Wildwood joining with the Sun.

"A YOUNG MAN WHO" WILL WORKFOR! YOU 'AND HAMIL cheapest cleaning,whore laundry,they for two service heavy shine State,Parkway by the end of Julyof
TONCOUNTY.- caUHtlca that..... the shirt yet this year When this occurs we will
Respectfully Yours, (, ., ,. I he .. paying upwards of $11.01 '. 4f losewhat I little of the North bound traffic
'- Payto'n Bembry Jr; to |14.M to have them do It For '
r a we are now,getting.
.tho moat econonUoal
,*'', Candidate for State Representative'jHazitiltan :beaeficaj I 'doaauig arslUbla see a is We need vigorous, program to

} County' JASPER 'LAUNDRY' CUCAKCBS Tow- counteract this 'temporary setback. I
: Pkk-op kecvlea r
!:______ _. ______________ _________ : :;! }::f..l. __ ____ "-'.:- ;. -1:-)'-.'----- : ; 'washctt self sere* which sincerely urge everyone of oyu,to.'work
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4' !"',. ,j tins longer i)take your eloaahigasd here in Hamilton
\' possible vote Countyso
VOTE FOR AND RE T CT ,.. Unsdry 'headquarters at t
., that we may all go to work and builda
_",. f'l: 1 properous revitalized;county.

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H." .;".14Mt".t' Ri i da I We have just got to get the State Road Department to help improve

: I .I( !, ,f .:., \ : all the access roads to 1.75 so we can get more cars to get off this
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"'1 .n W'I&"t r super highway and trade with us. .
(', There is going to be a tremendous increase in traffic on

,County' Superintendent of. Schools 1.75 when it is completed all the way to the turnpike. Let's look at,what
". 'r it is doing for business in Columbia County right now. March 1964
We stand the t threshold of
on great opportunity
gasoline tax collections there soared to 26741043. Just think that a.

rd.quality .EduWfkm 'for: our .Boys ,and, year. ago only $72.011.38 was taken in during-March. This is an in;=
crease of'$195.399.05 over the collection of March 1963.This gives us
c girls and'the next four years are going to be the all an idea of the"!potential that this road holds, if we can only turn it

most;important! years)Jiff Educational Historyof ReElectED to our advantageI

Hamilton County {;$#$ E3 I stress again that ,we need to have the State Road Departmenthelp
us in improving roads so that Motorists using I 1-75 can feel

Let us keep the marfa! uperintendent who MASON I they might, Jeave that road ,and come in and eat, shop trade, and

had the courageto: stand. hd he counted stay with us. And my friends motorists are going to do this only if
: they feel they can do this in safety.
3 ; Let the man'as'Siinerintendt who Ft OR IDA run '.:
: us,keep : ; putthe Let us look for a moment at what is being done by the incumbent
'welfare of the Boys: and Girls above political UTILITIES COMMt ->ON to help us improve our secondary road system. The State Road Board

Law OraduaH end| ....., met last week over in Tallahassee and'here is the shocking news of
t gain. ....v t r< -,. i SfmJol AuUHmt to what is being done fQrus. Only one project for Hamilton County was

Let us keep .the man ,as Superintendent 'who u. s. Attorney approved. (It was for $2,977.53 for work on 175.

has a'record of proven success, in the operationof 94-Years W PublIc low :.s.mc..J This is indeed a sad commentary on our being virtually abondonedby

our Senator. ,I had surely expected to see some sort of token pro
our schools. :"..,.... CIted for Fob am! ject being given as an election time bone. But my friends we did not geta
.Impartial fegvlatfM

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urge every one you to me closing
VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT .f FfwUa fvkttt UtffiHMHi
...... days of this campaign, a.k'everyone you meet to get to the polls on May
....CoMM. 5th. I solicit for revitalized Hamilton
respectfully your vote a County.
k HARRY T. REID ,[If ft ID MASON L "p .u= .

FOR leadership lor toridti: ,
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Yt', < t'. ,Friday*April "24. 1964 THE JASPER NEWS'; JASPER ,F IIO R I DA PAGE FIVE,

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Jennings 'P.T.A. Jasper To Play Notice of Unpaid |Two Political This Saturday d April' ;35 a\ the

., White Springs High School grounds,
Speaking Dates In and next "Thursday, afternoon at
Elects Valdosta Tangible
Officers j
.. ( 2.30: at Cross.Roads.. : -*, .: "1.-
I .1 I ,I Baseball | Next .WeekTwo { On May 2, th. final.rally wilt beheld
The Jennings P.T.AH'net last I Jasper Team will
Taxes In Park 2 JO
Property Jasper City ] at Pot
Monday evening in the high school: play Valdosta at.three o'clock Sun Democratic ,,
rallies for all .
DX t.,s" ;/:) $
auditorium with Mrs Allen Johnson day afternoon <.In Valdosta The
As provided by ,Chapter 63-430, Democratic Candidates are sponsored All candidates an invited tpr all:
president conducting the meeting.. home team has been) !playing good Acts of 1963. that tangible personal r'j ff I by the Hamilton County Democratic ..these rallies and all'voters are. ,Invited :
.Mrs. Dorothy CbnaHy 4 :cgmty ball.and. needs )' >support. property taxes assessed for 1963 Executive Committee inIcLAssIFIEn to hear them: f *
nurse spoke to the group ors the k
are now delinquent and
,' I'- beginningwith
evils of smoking. t-rer'talk"was April 1 are now drawing In.. : '
most instructive nominating: committee._ I the Fifth Grade:woo. terest of one percent: per' month t I, : I ;ADf I

sjhe givethe I ;Ithe.> .T A* gave vote of thanks plus the proportionate cost of publishing { .
slate of officers
: tq Jhe,officers.of the'club for the this notice. SAVB-8AVC-SAVE! .
President Mrs..Herman Kartell1VlcePres. wonderful work they have done.J. Unless the amount set opposite j 3O-ealalass lined,water heaters, WATER FRONTAGE r,7.-AM
.. Mrs. Wflmer Deas .1 WATER VIEW tt
each name below is paid before 174.99: ;' 10 cu-tt. Refrigerators 1189-
Treas. Mrs: liarlelLee W. D Vaner: as projects'chairman Beautiful, :
Secretary- the first day of May warrants will 95 w.361: lb. Upright! Freeezers : newly developed; navigable
BradshawThe ,reported that new books for be Issued thereon (19996! ; 473 lb. Uptight Freezers to Gulf. Famous ftsh-
directing levy
room count was taken and tl>Q library and black-ait curtains: the t $23995: 647-lb. ,Upright Freezers tog and hunting. Best for In-
in high school the 9th grade won have been.1nJEbt. upon tangible personal property 39993: : 32 R., Automatic Defrost vestment holiday homes and re*
the banner. They have won it each This was the last meeting of the of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes Refrigerator with 9Mb. Freeze tirement' Limited amounts.
and additional
penalties costs.
time this year. Oh the Elementary:, year. The of 24995 w.t 5-year warranty, at Reasonable restrictions and reasonable .
name delinquent personal
+ 1Wilton lamlngs s Radio Service,, call 792- prices.
property; taxpayer and the amount 4421. Jasper tic Al Quinn Lodge Stelnhatchee
of taxes i Including the of advertising at the Pre-night Naval
cost McIntosh Training
I-il A- Phone 49S-3930, Cross City; Fla.
and the first month's penalty I School In Pensacda. He entered VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY IMp

are as follows: Makes EnsIgn Medical Training Service April 16. !. In Live Oak Florida for an your
J. D. Barton .................$1&13 ; Ensign Wilton Is the'son or Mr. musical needs from organs and I Acre for sale near Jasper. AQleared
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Annie D. Bell 8.40 Wilton Mclntosh pianos. to records and record players and fenced. Only 1000.
graduated April McIntosh
Naomi Johns Brown ...... ... 32.09 and Mrs. Frank of Jas. .tfoRKFAIRSI See' W. I* Bryan 792-4351. or Rob-
4'GegQt. Win Cole,\.,................ 8.53 13 from.,Officers Training School per -:.. art Ehlert. 793-4491 Reg. Broker tfo' ,f

naymond Field .........,.... 653 J --
L:M. Itowell ...... ..;..... 1113 .-- ,radio.We repair Also Small all types appliances.T. V.,Man and Georgia. Plate Glass Co.Store 1 '\
Gordon and Jessie Huggtns 15.73
$if 4 I Radio 792- PrestoSUrron
Carl Jestes ........:....... 2878Curtey nings Service Jasper. KesUvered
\ : ?f-O WI Marshall ............. 20.33 JUMO& 4421 Ito. .Tab Eadrearet, Shower,

I. Curtlss Morgan ............. 13.46 HOUSE: FOR, BALE IX JASPER SIS W. Savannah Ave. CH2-2S3
Blanche t.1cCbud ............ 547 Only 2000. Can be financed. VALDOSTA

Nep Newsome ............... 5.47 Others $3500 to $7.000 See W. L.
Producers Timber Service ....53.38 -- Wed like to tell you all l Bryan..792-4331, or Robert Ehlert FARMERSMONEY

Ralph Rayam ............. 1399 : ) 792-1491. Registered Real Estate. .
h Cflflffrkcw e1 ,RYSuNn I' \ Sam Roberson ............. 547Mackey -! ) about ourselves; but I rightnow :Srokers. Up for your term opera- ;!

W. Sauls ............ 53.38A. .< .__.. ....* Tacreenear'Jasper lions at reasonable cost Termsto 1
rf Sermons ...............* 547 we'll just tell you that FOR BLLUr -nousav aad fit your needs. Loans up to t '

JENNINGS METHODIST .CALVARY. BAPTIST CHURCH F. L. Smith ................ 11.25SteVe'i we sell nothing but'the high *) ,Only 6000. Small 1' years. CaD North' Florida Production If'\,
tobacco allotment Ser W. L,Bryan
"Enter Rest Pray" I Jasper Rome Supply ...... 7999 .eat quality products, so don't Credit' Ana.;; S.Ohio Ave J"
792-4351 or Robot Ehlert 792.
pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr., ., Pastor: Rev. Fred HerringSuadaySehool..l0:00 J. B. Stormant, Jr.'.......... 10.80 \ in today. 4491. Reg. Real Estate Broken, tf Live.Oak.:Tel I.36W3W; frj
Sunday School each Sunday : a.m. Edmon Tucker ............... 6.53 delay- come t
Meeting each Thurs, Dora Tucker ................ 547 -
Prayer -- : __ ..f ,
lOLm.1 Morn Service .......... 11 KM am. FOR SALE .
Worship Services 2nd and Mrs. Janie Wallace .........2144 ;JI ....
L Sewing Machine ...... 15.00 I OPIl'ORTtTNITY for Nil time r.
Sundays at 11 ..m.and at Training Union .......... 6:30 p.m. Frank Wright ............... 601 'Upright Freezer .......125.00 leigh Business in Hamilton County f
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Evening Service '.........7:30 p.m: Bobby Wright ............... 547 1. I 1 Chev. 54 model .e..15.00 t or Jasper. Products raid 'acre 'l' .

JASPER" FIRST METHODIST Church" I.'Prayer: Meeting Wed., .. 7:30: pm. J. W, Tucker ............... 13.19 I 1 Refrigerator'.. .......... 1(00 'over 40 years. Car,necessary. No

The N. E.Friendly BOOTH. Pastor GastobafGASFIRED 1 Typewriter .............. 32.00 'cash Investment required. For per* j
SERVICE 1 ti41L P .Motor ..........-.. 25.00\\1.sonal interview write Sales Manager it
1 ORDER OF, )AK GROVE C'RT1R CH OF CHRIST'Between CARD OF THANKS Tew POY ettenlUn to yew fattier I ', Rawlelgh, FAC-1>>302. Mem I L"
See above at Wonder Bar.' AlTp
Sunday School oJ.. _.. t:45 su. Jasper end'Jennings I wish to take this opportunity to -4f he thevtJ' tna -"* I pits, Tenn. A24o } if
Morning Worship w. 11:00 ,a.m. I. thank each and one for' their In." \ '
highway 41.Sunday every 20) a4Naweed
invited on DOUSE FOR RENT er BOOMS
Everyone'' e i Mom. Bible Study 10 toll cards visits telephone calls, and ROUSE 'FOR SALE IN JASFBS.
SERVICES day week or month.
EVENING Worship( Service ........ 11 to 12 flowers and especially I want to ", Tobacco Curing SystemsJiW MoteL 'Only 82,000::: See W. U Bryan
Jnnlor Fellowship 6K)0: ) pjn. Sunday evening Service .....< 7:11 hank'the doctors and nurses'dur m-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491.

Jr.Youth'.High Fellowship Fellowship......, 1:00 8.00pm.::) p.m. Wed. ,Evening Bible Study ..8:00: liftS my stay in the Thomas hospital.Bennett ;ONIT10. PARTS-I have b11i' I Reg. Real Estate Broken. tf
Phone WE8-2091 Assnlrlc for all makes and models 1
Worship Service 7.-00 p.m. I URA I USED. ELECTRIC RANGES FOR '
chain saws, lawn mowers'
-.40011m ARCH Sale. Good condition. (40 and \;
Month Social) llb FIRST' BAPTlSt; .
board and marine motors.. R.
Wednesday: Hour of Power 1:15; p.m Sayer Canon, Pastor. I ,Cautions I>'| O.Mami.htgr'Radio Repair, Jasper ,I''
Jackson's Garage! Phone 792-3691
BETHEL'. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Sunday 8ch'ool'at".-........... 'IU Jasper .. tfo\I pbons l 792-4421 tic if
', Morning Worship ._?... 11 -00 a.m. ''i. J,
Bible Study at 'fl a.m each Sua. mining Union ........ 6:45: p.m. Care With Fire j laP WANTED=Experienced:
Church Service 11 a.i*. 1 pas. Evening Worship! .......v... 8KH: Gook Apply In person Twin Lakes SIGNS I FOR: SALE t ,
Month \ '
4 Sundays each As chairman of the Jasper FFA ,:
Services Wednesdayat
Prayer '
if"PBYE 6:00, '.IlL"DeVane., Bach Suaday ..7: 0.pjn.. _.._x Chapter j;Safety:!! ,Committee! X !f'P Y.,a t ti t. tic Tavern Twin Lakes, Georgla10nileaSoCVddosUonUJI.a:' ,Ito .:The .Jasper'Newe, hs'JK
," Elder L. M. pastor ? --- everyone,jn tne county to eeaamre-l ," \\I'"' .{ r

.d. JASPER !RE3BYTERIAW: C.I= fulfrwhennym>i trsrt erf n IsHsa I ,',; ., \: 7t..iIl; J." .

;CHURCH.SIRV1CE ,;0 "- Sunday School''l9s00"....' areae.cDoKt burn when tfaenvindis ..,.... .. .......
high and be sure al combustible co "
:The Rev. William W. Van Zant III Morning Wenhln.ErenfagWenap) + 11 :00..... .
Snday School.-9:48 a. ... '/'--y:. 7100. pay materials: are a safe dIatanCIt hors JJ ., .

Services ._..__ 11:00: /fl; > 4 ICW( n... the.n1eiI JJI: t'1..V J'. l '
Prayer Meeting 73B' .... You are required by law to notify; i

JASPER ADVENT Y. P. E. Jf.-. :. .:.. -.- 1:30 p... your neighbors and the Florida For
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. -- estry Service so they will know ,try i I
Travis Carter BUR CHRISTIAN where and why there Is a fire. fz -
1 eket
Sunday School 10 Lm. CHURCH If you feel that you will need help
Morning Service ........ UOO: a.m. James Webb Pastor I the trucks and! equipment can be oat Covers I Iagcy
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00: there to help.. Always be careful
Wednesday night: 3iurch Service 11 a.m. A 7 p.m. with fire, it can be useful and helpful # a

glob Practice ...... 7.30pm.V.V.'V : Second and Fourth Sundays ., but also destructive and dan I e 4
Prayer Service 800Pm: : Youth Fe'ilowshlp 6: p.m. gerous. J '
Every Sunday night. Gail Chairman t r'"
Trulett M. Comer Pastor BRIGHT JASPER !Safety Committee .

1010 .. sundayschool BAPTIST' CHURCH' !It I
UOO ..m. Morning Worship Rev. Vernon Blackburn pastor
1:00 p.m. ......... B. T. U. rfraday School _...... 10.00 ajn White Springs Beta
Evening Wonhipw.cbt.ad.1 porting Service ?_., 11:00) an : Isfl Icow'
TOO night PraJu Training Union ,..--.-....641: Club to Lake ButlerThe .
_. 7-30 1.1L Reining Worship _* .;- :
Meeting "
Mtdwenk Prayer Service every
District 7 Beta dub met In
COO -ednua6 at 780 p.m. '
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF Lake Butler on April IS. The fol-
Sunday School __ 100: .m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
owing;clubs were present: Mayo, E
... 1:30: < W
Y.P.E. Meetln Sunday Thurs.--, ,:30 p.m ., N. M..Rowell. pastor i White Springs Lake Butler Fort
Prayer Sunday: School. every Sunday..at White, Perry Monticello, and Live
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Preaehlna11:90; a.m. A: 7 JO pjn. Oak.The following'new officers for LE
J. L. McNeal,pastor Training_Union __....- 6:30 i m. 1964-65 were elected j :
.' School : .. 0.flO: a-m. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday .t
Sunday President Tina Calvo, Perry.
11:00 .... .1:301).11I.) '' ,,
Service _
Morning ,
Evening Senrvic.- 8:00 7:00: P.B.p.en. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Vlce-Pres See.-Marilyn*-Tom O'Steen Cark Perry Perry A! ENING SKY, for {lonlll'-Ins_' Y hstU Jrr

Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. .i....., Florli Treat.-Casey McFarland LiveOak. ate 4-
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Nathan Wooley Pastor beauty.J4.
", ;,;.' It _. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH., Sunday School,._..- ..104)0) a.m Reporter-Cathy Land Mayo, ",
r ,- Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard I (Each Sunday) The speaker was Joseph Messen- -
Sunday School,. ._......10:001.. Preaching Service Each Sunday .1 gill from Live Oak. The entertainment 1 (
pp p.m. was provided by the host ...
Worship: Service 11:00 a.m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday .96 to 17.95 gal! \
Lake "
Tooth Fellowship .......: 8:00 P.M. at 7:30: p.ra. ButlerRh 4' ,, SIJNIF
Goddard '
White Springs every Sunday at FRIENDSHIP I
PARCHSunday Springs
11:00 a.ta. J. W| Tittsworth .White Beta Club
Swift Creek. each Third SOD day School __ 10KJO a.m. ", )

at 8-00 P.a. Morning Worship --.. 11K:>0 an.rtaing' tyAmerica's Finest House :PjaiiU' : t f

FIRST METHODIST GEORGIA CHURCH Evening Union Worship.__m 840 7:30- :: p p.m.... Colored Teenagers ,I !.
7.-00 Prayer meeting.
Allen Brooker. Pastor Looking For WorkDo .
10:00 ;
Sunday School __- ajn. GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF
2nd and 4tb
Worship Beautifies/
Sundays _.......___ 11:00 sun.Jr. COD you need a boy to mow your
and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at Rev. Earl Deas lawnto !
.7:00 pm. Sunday School __ 10:00: ..... trim your shrubbery
Prayer Meeting Each: Thursday at 1 Morning Worship .,__ 11.-00 LID -to rake leaves
8:00 !.Jn.MTF Wednesday Niffht 7iJO pjn.Prayer -To tend your flower beds KITCHENS R
Social Hoar Each Thursday Serviee
.'t T. P. E. Friday Night 7:JO -to wash windows
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF -to do odd Jobs? and
THE NAZARENE JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF .COD Do you need a girl to baL Itt 9 6' '''

Bert Fadl.E.Florida Wheeler Sunday School CHURCH each Sunday at -to-to prepare Iron and serve the evening BATHROOMS r Any finish--Any quantity In seconds> ,

Sunday School: ........ 1000 AM. 10.-00 a. m. meal .
Preaching Service .....11:00: AM.Eveing Services Each Sunday mornlne -to clean house .

Wednesday Service Prayer.....'.Meeting.. 7:30: FM.7A: FIRST BAPTIST and evening CHURCH --to to rake do odd yards jobs '> \-Out toot Covers/1/ pills u$ ,$3.96 to $8.95 -per pIton' :

STATENVILLE GEORGIA When you are In need of a part i ;
CORINTHJJAPTT3T 58I0NABY D, W. Kaaaeu PastorSerrlce time helper. can Willie S. Turner. ..

CHTJKOH c ( Each Sonday) Guidance Counselor, J.R.E, '.Lee WASH 'A3AIN.ANO
Rev P. M Allan' Pastor Sunday School ._, ...-.L 10:00.-, Ugh School and he win recommend JT e"e
10:-00 anu-Sunday School Morning Worship ?_ llrtO sum a reliable boy or *Jrl to do the Job A AM WITHOUT HARM '

(except fifth Sunday) Training Union __... .. ':SO p.m. These students ant being trainee ... .. .. ...... for ".J. ( i
'. 11:00 Morning Service Prayer Service. Wednesday by the Guidance Counselor to do ;t1: .: rNdws- Nes. \I\J. O. IDn1 ft' :;
6:00: pjnw-Training Union 47 P.DI. .,.. .. ... ... ...... \ .
t., 7.-00 pm Evening Service P at 1'00' ....... their courteous work and well borhrd.a'ltry to be,dependable .. L b.rStill b lite .....I- $4.98 to $7.66 gtl-> ., ". CjJ Wrl* r t v T F 'I i

'e Prayer meeting Wed at 1:00: p.m. WHITE STR0fC3CONGREGATIONAL '_ .. work after 3: 0In be afternoon may, on r1 7:)"!''' t1.4.. ,,'jli .'\ ',,' .\.lhI

i j' PRESBYTCRVAN CHURCH HOLBOM holidays and on Saturdays.; Only choose from handsome ready-mixed .1' "
} WHITE SPRINGS & ..... each Soaday, 19 49 ajs.rvsacUag reliable workers win be recommend
Rev. Winiam Van Zant m scrrlee- every tad sad! ed. er vcr BOO MaestroC&krs* oj' I +d r '1 di'w

Evening Service _7:3t: p. n. 4tk Scoiiay ai 11 .... TOO p.is Phone Willie S.Turner, 793-5341 _.

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Cancer Crusaders Society.; JASPER'S. I New Law:Provides ;::- A '
', j Hamilton County maintain aLoan.Coset.1stockalAwlth' 1 I I ..SENIOR ioU orals MEETS R: ROBERT L-
t ( items The Jasper Senior 4-"Quo meet.tl964V6lunfuy l HOUSTON w, i u
ayNlgJflh, which all patients are eligble in gwaa pled to order: the presiding .. T r-* -
'i jpancer

I'" Knock. .. On' Doors. eo.t I ,to to thet1ent recetvelcrf r family.use witiout: Each president minute were, Don read.Wetherington, and approved The f.Wheat.Pt. :,- .' ; 'J'1i, evaluate:, our ;;,, for the ;I7jh district for the/past/) ,,' ; ; :
: ). year Hamilton' County receive Walton Webb gave a abort talk. Wheat farmer new have'a new foul yeenJWeareworkinghardtoin:i b.th .17th District the: sports < l ."
.tMsndby** for tile volunteer"C1 Workers who more financial assistance from the over to Mr. AndrewS. He then cave'voluntary .wheat I..program 1.....na.. and industrial. ] center of Florida; ,: '..'. ,A "' .. : : .
American Cancer Society than our turnedout his to help prevent the ttreatened ..p' < *
After that the meeting was I
w be :raakteff bouM-Uvbous rr
.ssttefeatioh'4( *I yearly Hamilton County Cancer. 2 sheets one called Chinch bull drop in Income .from their ..1964 By.'developing i tKe gratestlnaturalresources .
fund for tW -
r ; Quad in the*City of Jasper Cancer :'I produce- and the other waa farm Safety Fire I(crop;'Wallace Deal, Chairman,'Ac- of. any; di tJict: n the state >.
on)Mto4 .. I 'who b Prevention Check list. He comment I ricultural StaNMgation .an) Cbnaer the famous SuWarinee River''.immorta=: .. .
y I\\vApril. 37th. 'Vrv5 Artgoi not contacted by vatlon County Comrafcteev said to f; :k i
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., Th. major* 'O:: effort: of,the Amer Jetten'the,volunteer from"VIe',workers Hamilton or.through Carr+ eelon.tihe. meeting wss.closed day. The preeraw..Irjwvlded' by lized in song by StephenFoster.: ,

ican Cancer Sodety >It the saving; at 4:16 ti..:, C kgleladen stieovpl) ..)1.'wh1ch&meniIa boat; the Su-'
contribution to the building on :
unit vend ,
may .
of"' through e&catioarseerch t ;:, Dents Smith the law amass TOiich the ., By ramps .
an the'eventual ofles Haxabton ,County'zmot\ American : *> wheat, program was' I have. been wannee River.. Many have, been. completed
cer.:Tour' dollar conquest are weD spent Crusade FJodda.r-I'Society*,P.; O.. '.t Box '146,; a ChecW. 'and a-Qed to protect operated thls'year.; .;. and others are' in! the making.. ;
when Invested in the Jasper 4Cave' oHie*I., The new voluntary, program of- ? ; u "
yearroundI you. ywrv|* a% M 'c- ,
r of
nogrtm of,ths *American Cancer r 'REMEWBEni r To.Curt'More, '; rflB'CaBcer' with> tera :.wheat grower who partlelfate" 3- We ''are now in i process ( ,
:L- __ : _1C _- u ,,. .-I .: '((1)) dlventon,' payments for t building' 11ore'parks and'Improving the
r c to.rasA. ecaxa. a, c n oostasse} dta. essrrae shifting ,wheat acrBssMifavatlon : \ .
.., tie. .. .r", "<'i. ,.. ,.Aii '.... :(timllar,: r,t t11 pser--/f / present,ones:by. adding! ''!wuitming'and' .i '"
{ ." grain pro rant\i{f) price.1 ; S bath facilities, .
ii To IrhePeCpl 6.ffi fl-h bans avetrgirg'$1.30 a 1I I d'na 'J
tienalb'and(3).market** 'certt- 4I I have recently been appointed .
cents per bushel for domestic and S '.chairman of the Suwannee"River,'Parks"" i "
ficates with a cash vllllle.If. 70 r Ai I
I. -.H .Hamilton. County l 25 cents for export Ht fo4rlrgepart rA Advisory_. Council.. A4AAI I"'; 'V.j. t I .. t" .
of the fann.'l96t. wheat .pro We working oh/plans to
s now t !
i" _' ._ :'... Throughout )life taught.to'think for ourselves..,Other.than, ,a .,>duction.: -- | yr Hfr*' .' r\1 ; ariiTimprov are 'the'parks! general ,
._ : ;:we are} The. chairman expiataBl 'that ___ expand -=. : 4,
c knowledge, I would say this is the primary aim'of a higher education,- wheatpart producerfwho %:tate program along the rivenJLet's ; f\V4'; '' 'Jt ','A f"" ; ,

q,.... Here are a few points that you may consider in,helping you to choose :* in the hew voluntary program .6-The dam'which was proided.Eor by.the 1961| Iegislaturehas ;: '...;.' '

e the candidate for School Superintendent *who will best serve this will County need Office to lip.- there up at will the.be ASCS no prov n.'tf.1at the water can be;held (a higher level l, ericbunifpng. ; '/,

t County. I t<*. I "automatio" participation. Only ,more'boat-navagation; and aiding, the'farmes' i inf irrigation-when' \ aA
CONSOLIDATION;; really] not an issue in the those wheat producer who sign' up series of dams is completed, V ,

oJ Superinte deat''race. regardless of what some wouWJhave'yotf; o5* ,' "a Ssny7ot,,wm-iae rpnxvtrferis' 'for of, the the 7* The program( of blasting the"'shoals to ,give free passage. for '

:f believe.. ,This issue: is decided ;tthe SchooJ BoardfThe''BendElection a) Wg n benefits: ...'eJW1ble The{ signup will boating will, encourage others'to come int "our area. *:* .: i

I has', been voted on, passed, and'validated by the court. begin May 1 and will. extend 1 ,8- We passed legislation in the 1963 Session to clredge'and'I: 9 I

decision .*, *- tt l' ,6 through May 15, 1964. deepen the' west pees Suwannee*to* encourage 'larger, boat, traffic, : ; :

... 'The'rUmor to the effect that I would divide the money three waysor .di to All take wheat pact growers,to"'the'19&will(be program eligible: from the Gulf into and up the.Suwannee' Rjver,' A .. ;, h* ,.;" r: I

i build a school at the.Alapha Riverat: the.Triangle but from"Jasper1or Mr. QB/UI pointed cud,-'J'h1s win be .: '9-ln the past four years/we have been successful! ; in adding:facilities --':..?; ).' j'

any other such fabrication! is false and only a'rumor to get your vote particularly, easy for thole';erowen 1964 to the Stephen\Footer, ; Memorial and have some very: good support .
within their
My policy' on this issue is:. ,That I WILL,AND.CAN_ CARRYtOUTi\ 1 who allotments have ,planted since: they'"bave at- ; for the amphitheater,*right on the banks of the Suwannee River. ,

i THIS SCHOOL BUILDING;.PROGRAM. "* fn aIr 11 r .. "':" tr ready;.met.one';of,the:ccei tton : 1 10* Let's talk about the diagnostic laboratory which we were successful '. '
i NOW- the.REAL issues: : "t" l lf necessary for i artlcipation.-S-S u o h : t in-securing during the 1963 Session. What will'it mean to .

'I, QUAUnCATJQNS: condition growers will for qualifying need to fulfill as a "other*'. r the economy.in(,general and to the farmer in this district Presently, c. 2i

f I feel I.that I and qauil/ied i for.this office: I f'l have my B. S. Degree ticlpant" however,"such as devot- : if'an,animal:' on you, farm "should die from an unknown cause your

from BCrn/CoilegeBerry :College has..thereputation; of graduating a InK,vcreago Averte
.only:students,who meet the most? rigorous; test,. BerjyrCollegemeets : conserving, uses; keeping within B determine the ca .e. At the completion of this Iaboratory,'i itr will be '
other a1 menta.: aid maintaining .
,the requirements. and is, accredited bytheSohthern, J Association> : their crop I normal conserving: 'able to'be done at home. This will be the largest in the state; '

( .Schools. and ,Colleges? : Any'.rumor/toithe.contrary/ ; are flsevandronlyf. \\'r base acres. ," '.ril)' l- "!'related,only''part''of'taie:' accomplishments{ that we have "n s

: '. meant to mislead you and slander meI>I am presentlyworking q "Signing upis the first step to joyedlegislative-wise.J Now, ifyou, see fit to elect me.toa second "" 4'. ....

T + (II' r.." .Masters degree* in-'order, to .better'perveyou; ; } I 'i'iI e taking,"pert.the Chairman In the law empmisized."wbeft program t term as'your .senator,, I promise to continue this wortiri,i ,.the/saime a

T telected' as Superintendent. : "Because the season is so late, (1 honorable manner .i r
H. TIME TO SERVE YOU i'i, there win be no advance payments ::,e" i.J" < '
] have.'no .interests made this war. bit that diversion I' HUMBLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE AND. SUPPORT FOR, tir f
: conflicting ,' nor do l. 'w em& v
besides iPI: TI,. mall(' and theric A SECOND TERM AS YOUR SENATOR.; 5
getting better qualified to do a bettet' i ?: as 6opd'f'pa poIli- ;

,I will 1:visit'ami inspect all I'phases: .tr'the school! system and observe the tlI : anc .has/ been. ."... ,., t HOUSTON" .! "':" Wi.. ROBERTS. .. "' .',','). 'VT' .

type of_. education. the'children are Vecemng'sb thai! mishtintettaMilIjGi : ,:' ,. . -, wniaH
** d to the School l Board the N-edt. of the' school (' .,W.. MsHsVDH." ;"' i 0, \ .. i ,..,., ..!,.., ."/ ..fry : ,.J.% (
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of ... 'by,:Mr+,rMarvirs"CCaln ami son.train. Her finger-tip veil of silk fuu Moonshine:Still tar Attend Mssw first--r and:_er..r only president the F./association : -ENGAGEMENT:;;

,Charles O'Cain sang f.I Love You Ion was attached to l1lJy<<-valley Turpentine baS ever had. ,Other items on! '
'. i... .. Truly." "Because" and,"The' Wed- The bride's only ornament was one Destroyed Here Meet In Yaldosta : the"programwere! ,addresses by 1:INOAOEMCMT; ANNOt71VCaDAnnouncement :
ding Prayer Song".. strand of pearl A white Bible with : :Gen.;; E.'L. Patton.Qn the latest fabrics -. ,< .. .... *
1lMa: Cat fhaBtldA a,white orchid, bridal ribbons and of Pinetrees. .Mr'stud
made from products ,
is made
The ceremony, was performedwith ,Revenue seents'and the Hamilton Event en.'BOO6y: Cooper, and '' by ,
f cantedATTENDANTS research'were the
Llyof valley was of
New methods
I Mrs.James G. Hickman ot
the sanctuary draped with County; Sheriff's Department destroyed George Sowell had'the opportunityto
nWlEY given bythe Honorable T.A. of their ,
white and entwined with green a 1500 gallon ground hog engagement daughter
attend.aif A.TF.A. Meeting In.. Harrington pt olu tee" U,S. Naval Elizabeth Gamette to Foster tIL
; : ivy banked with magnolia bowes.Two type still April 22. In the raid,they -
ofc Miss Constance treonCOolsbfand : ,'Beven-branch candelabra entwined ,, ,Miss Amanda Sullivanfa Atlanta; destroyed 750 gallons of mash and Valdosta /April 15., ,As'a part of Stpres Center of the World; Shepherd Jr., son of,Mr.and. Mrs;
Mr. Herman Vann rjeasley Jr., with fern flanked by palms Ga :was maid of honor*. Mrs. Joe 106 gallons of moonshine! which was their supervised farmin. program, 'Foster H. 'Shepherd., :
were married &.inday.aftemoon: at. Aycock of,Dallas, Texas/!slater of After a very delightful barbecue,: *
baskets white and barrels
of gladioli stored in two steel turpentine these
members are working total
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2 pm.. .in the Advent Christian the bride was Matron of hono ch1cl l1lN1.! we were entertained|I 1
mums on each side of the arch.In and gallon Jugs. of i Gamette Hickman IS-a Junior f Church Bridesmaids were Miss VIcky Cools around 700 gum faces: at their, with the "Miss Gum Turpentine
the center of the arch the Florida State and
prayer' miles University a
The stiff located ten
was home farms and on the school for- Contest of ISM." Ten girls from
The bride Is the daughter of Mr by of Gainesville Florida and Mill ,
bench was covered with white satin southeast of Jasper and north of member of the Alpha XI Delta Sorority -
rr and Mr*. O'Neal Coolsby''. Rt. 3 The family1' pews' were marked Erma Wise of ,Atlanta Ga. ,They est. Therefore, they are automatic all the Naval Stores districts were"
U.s.4L No Greats have been made members of the American Turpen-' Foster graduates this Spring,
Jasper Florida and the bridegroomIs wore snide length white dresaea"ofSatin represented. Two from Florida.A .
with satin bows with fern and
thus far,pending further !investigation. tine from Florida State University and
I Farmers
the son ot Mr: Herman Beasley chrysanthemums. Peu deSoie made to match Association as they Miss Allen from Mississippi was ,
4 .., v **> will sell their products:: in Valdosta I is a member'. Delta Chi Frater
Sr'. aha the late Mrs. Beasley of I the brides dress. One strand or crowned as the queen. W.thorouh- ,
Dixie,Georgia. Rev. Travis Carter| The bride was given In marriage pearls was worn. Their .double through this association, ly enjoyed the day .business. and pity .
officiated at the double ring ceremony by her father. Her wedding gown tiered veils of Illusion were attached JACK DIDDLE GRADUATES At the annual meeting: Judge entertainment. I I' announced
; .. was white floor length, sheath cf to rose bud headpieces, and they Harley Laqglale was declared the t t Wedding plans will be' : "
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lbe'nuptial music y..as furnished i i satin Peu de' Sole, with Chapel carried. one long stem; America. forces Thirty-three officers United were commissionedIn States armed 29th consecutive: president and the Acting Reporter, Everat Allen at a later date.
Ji ceremonies: 'at the University of -
Florida Saturday April 18. '
IiJ': Graduating senior cadets'rep. GROVER C.. HERRING ,
-. :,. don't' let them give you a. resenting the Air ('Force, Army '
Alarineshajndrf>lavy were commissioned -
a ali '' '; in a'ceremonysponsored'' ,
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,:,.t'. j4f111; ,. :: .' : :,. .\: .i"" the University'Army'and, Air Force FORMER,, HAMILTON ,COUNTY BOY, ,

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l I :, '. : f, The ceremony took place at 2.30 RECOMMENDS':,. .
J '" In' the Medical Sciences: BuildingAuditorium" !
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I Lt General,'David A. Burchinal, Fred O. Bud" Dickinson ;t"i,
t director of the Joint Staff headquarters -
ELECTRIC" of the Joint Chief ot Staaf

li- PentagonWashington D. C. delivered -
r lit theooininssloting'addze.L) FOR GOVERNOR ,
The oath of office was administered
t : > RANGE by Col?Wm. N. Boaz, professor To the People Hamilton County
of Air Science at the Universtiy ) "j
:t and CbL James T. Hennessy, professor "
I... I r of Military Science: The Air MY FELLOW CITIZENS: : The May 5th, Democratic Primary ".
ii. on..Mother's Day. .,. Force, commissioned 15 new officers ,is rapidly approaching_ Whil-I expect personally visit with \ J

\ f.NOW commissioned: ; the Army15.in to Two the Marines cadets: were and and speak to some,,of you on behalf of Sen. Fred O. "Bud'; Dickinsonfor

INSIST ON one'into'tha Navy. Governor 1 I'm sure time will not permit me to see all my Hamilton

The graduating senior from Jasper County friends. Thus I am,taking the liberty of addressing you '
: rw who was commissioned is Jack in this manner at this time..
: E.:Biddle Army son of Mr. and
F : Mrs. J. O. Biddle. ., .. ", Many of, you, particularly those friends in. the' western part, of

..... '. ." .. the county who knew me as a young farm boy and student at Greene
". ---;. School and Jennings High School will remember early interest in
1'1 '; and .save up to' _. :, .t; my
D law and
.. ,. ; government.
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I fJ *60. ::: : Beauty Mr. Pete Red Moody Rose.of Dixie, Ga" ;v was d, The passing years have intensified my interest in the' cause
best.,mtjfr Mr.;.David Beasley, Mr. of good government It is for this cause that ''I now speak. Let me

., ,r, > w. STefl'em Aha Beasley of DixIe Ga. brothers start? by declaring myself for, Sen. Dickinson for Governor. He has
",; ," of the groom and Mr. Robert wholehearted and I strongly recommend him for
.; .Ji I Goolsby ,of Gainesville. Florida my support your
I .' you'd rather have ecarnationsor brother jof the,bride were ushers. careful'consideration.
1HI ., ,' a pink negligee on, Mr.Goolsby"mother of the bride ''I I have known Bud now for almost 14 years as a friend and
!" Mother's Day...and youll.take i i ; wore Lilac Lace Dress with matching brother lawyer. He received my support when he wad first electedto
;\... that modem fUmeUss electric"range'right :, accessories, with white carnations -
the Florida f House of Representatives ,from Palm Beach Countyin
; now,thank you! ill,her corsage. .
It .I,7 r Haven't you been chained long Mss, Mary Agnes ,Beasley 'ofTbomasville ::1954.'Als I supported him when the good people of his county -

A 1 enough to an old fashioned stove Ga.,aunt of the groom elevated Bud Dickinson to the Florida Senate in 1956. When he

.1.-' ; 1 t'. 4: that gives you heat prostration chose hat, and'a\silk white aqua accessories" suit,with,floral with first ran for Governor in 1960, he again received my support, and as

r t \ >> 't'f.p' :..r;, t; ,ll l summer long?Why should r i i 4f9. ,.., white <*umatons.as her corsage j I recall, ,the/good people of Hamilton: County/gave him substantial.
", r t> slave oM minute '
you mom on
.. 3 Mr. Bsajley's,grandmother Mrs. support, too.'
(il "I '. 4' sooty' pots and pans? Why must i 'L f 0.' L, Beasley Sr. of t Dixie, Ga.wore :' We; need honorable men and women with unquestioned integrity '
.1 ou..wony a moment 'longer a lace/dress. '
.. >navy imagination: ; and "know how" in all levels,'of government.
'.e J .bout ".mend fumes? '11 I *RECEFTIOX ,
Bride's/ Anything1 short of':these qualities in our ever'increasingly complex
If they natty (love you (and love s a The parents I entertainedwith
.bargalnq, ), they'll rush right down 'a reception In the new ecJuca ''world.is,,I.believe, unacceptable to our people., ,- a
l ", If.: to .that. electrical appliance storey tional building of the church after Sen. Dickinson possesses all of these qualities and many oth'
'B ,.(" where you happened to see the* ,.-s the Vann Ceremony Beasley"received There Mr.their and guests.Mrs. virtues, including a 'thorough! understanding of our government,:

v4 arm sweetest new electric range that The bride's table was covered witha the ability to quickly understand problems and make'sound decisions
<* Pwl; lust mad for your kltchenl I lace table cloth with a green petti 'promptly. ''He is by temperament and training a leader. His inspired .
The kind that' bakes perfect coat. The center peice was. white Governor
leadership will all of having an outstanding
assure us
Mtn' cookies and dreamy. apple pies SAVE UPi 0 $60. gladlolla)and mums. in Tallahassee who will be fully acquainted with and responsive
because It gives you control. The three-tiered cake was served
I. of by Mrs. 'A. G. Hall. Pouring was to the needs of,all the citizens of our state. He is a man of much
precision cooking
t'i i ; And with the whopping savings. ......, HM, trmb ......., I Mrs. Robert Goolsby sister-in-law Mrs. H. wisdom and great vision Your vote for Dickinson for Governor will
of the bride. Assisting were
:. they can get now-durlng I Florida, During Aprlt .tnttotUtfeA sNowtnoM will lie be a vote for better government.
i H __ M. our cuuonwrf tar swftdihig 4rsmfl C. Goolsby Mrs. Horace
r ",Power Corporation"Trade' 5 ., m to ftwMt...*bclrlcl Miss Ann Goolsby, Miss ,Gayle, Y ourfriend and fellow-citizen,
to t t' Parade your family will be Wall WATERHEATER; $25 Goolsby and Miss Judy Goolsby.. GROVER C. HERRING !
able to afford both the carnations:' The bride's book was kept by
':, andf1h negligee r. RAM6E$25Additional !' Mrs. Jsmes'ampler sister of the i
bride. Mrs.: Ann ,Johns'"floor hostess. iu
i Savings 1 .'When the couple left,for their wmmmmmm i ** *
Chang both NOW wedding triP. the bride was wearing

1 end get,$60 a lovely silk aqua suit with white, Where Was Houston
K accessories. Her! corsage was a
"<" '\ Jo'f 74 eScGri +ki l ,;' L white orchid. _
I' Mr.:' and Mrs. Beasle/will resideat

." 'i A FLORIDA,POWER CORPORATION Out 1250 of tttnelly town guests Ave., Atlanta at the, wedding Ga. Roberts on June 6.1963? *

w.wannna.r.. --, were: Danny Beasley Mrs.O. .
5- S L.'Beasley Sr.:of Dixie Ga. Miss >,':{

f Mary Agnes Beasley of Thomas- June 6 was the day Senate Bill 264 passed the Florida'Senate, a

t .n .' t e Vlning ville Ga.ctAtlanta Mr. and, Ga.Mrs.Mrs.Lynwood R. W.Upshaw by a vote; of 34 to 7.. Where was Houston Roberts? '' :', S '>.* f
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of New Orleans,
La. Mr.'prod and Mrs. Dan P. Morrison Senate Bill '264. created a financial i l monster that I'you.(ycrur', '

"I Order Your Trousseau of of Fort..Myers, Florida, Mr. D. IL children, and your: grandchildren wjll have to pay for. '
,Jones' ofiStatenviUe, Ga. Mr. Tip
# McLeod of Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Oh yea, on rite surface Senate Bill 264 looked good. It set
..J ; .t'''';'' ..WeddiDg'SmtloDery Mrs Ira McGhin of Live Oak Fla. up a program'to sell $300 million in bonds for university constructionin
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and'Mrs. Charles Hun
'4' t.f t. Mr.. Herbert the next ten' '
Ga. Mrs years.
terand girls of St. Mary's.
f 1 garble Fulmer. Mr. and Mrs. This in itself is the best of a bad situation. If we had had

l ;Exquisitely r"'rmOfrG" fry Brock laU Hall'Robert.Miss Kay Franklln.Meeks Raymond Mr. strong leadership in the, past, this crisis at our colleges wouldn't have
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and Mrs. Sam Sanders and girls ,come to a head.Houston.

I Thu be w pal ii)ws Mreljr asUMaarry. Isse M h..viI Oy ewreal Mrs.all of Paul Jacksonville Neu ot Savaze Fla., Mr.ab. Ga.and, Roberts did not,:vote on this bilL He just wasn't there

taste end earth U s4s se4 M tbi sanslble puts a>t.de osnlbisS Mrs. Gene Browning and girls Mrs. that day. We had no vote on this vttar.i..u! S '
rfom Ralph''Wynn and girls ot Valdosta. i *
+us Coeenatm > As it now stands we will have o pay back the $300 million

plus $150 million in' interest., This;as wild, but it is not the entire
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S LwrtMmlarltettans.. 'w.... ,..... I By selling the $300 million'in bonds, we are going to have to

GfI MwIr... Monogre.aaad Naplrits'N tax ourselves an additional $120 million a' year. .This $120 million\

"'" Mt..4 AJIt.fh.b. a year will be needed to operate and maintain the $300 million in'
A "e: new buildings.

0 A' .. ... adufsa eI eravW If1INPtOMn CANCER
And |just think of it! Houston Roberts wasn't even thereto
vote on this billion dollar issue. But YOU, YOUR CHILDREN
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At Elect CECIL A. KENNEDY your State


..See. P"ete StoJI\p e Senator on May\ 5. He will be there 'to, vote on
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IHOLCOMB ,FOR. STATE, CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT I FOR SHERIFFTo /FOR REPRESENTATIVE:/ Public l I Announcements i iIN door Will nf bo said sold county before at the lIfe court..m.h..u one..,,

mATOR, 17th DIST. HsinCton the llth day of May nest, to the
the voters'of Hamilton Count To the,Voters of County: highest. bidder for cash a one-eighth I
I hereby.announce my candidacy X: am a candidate for qerk of the ) j '1 wa'"born'AuguiVa.; 1938 five COURT or TUB undivided lnter*.t In and t* 411 ao-

for the office'6* State Senator from Court of Hamilton* County X was Sheriff I am a of candidate Hamilton County the office\ i...of.. miles! nrirth of Jasi tand lived,my COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE I 8TATB HAMILTON Or- [IV COUMT.! AND 1'OJ't'HA,1nLTON'FLOUIUAIV county roe more and or a-.i.r: :..and tlw.6It..

1 17th Senatorial District of :Flori born and fated In Hamilton County ; entire "life In IhCounty: I FLORIDA CHANCtUT,. cat land which was deeded byCharufee (
I was born in Hamilton County COVTITFVTAI.! E. Ifedrlck and wife
subject to Democratic Pri- fun a.member of 'the Methodist\ and am 41 years old. 'I a-w nisi it4. .1. ,::0 8"1tIo1 e ,per High. .RE TUB IN ESTATE PROBATFIX or COMPANY IXC,, (now deceased) by Jo.J::
iries. In May As I am not en- Church>and a graduate of Stetson and have 4 daughters 3.buoi, 'uf.d 101tt Slate and RAT 0. CASOV.! D-'*a A C.rp.ratla Plaintiff "*' I II, 1141, r.'ord"d III deed book No.

|aged In business. at this' time, I University.; Law School.' I am a : I promise to give fair and impar American: 'Farmer. I, I am TO ALl* WHOA. IT rtT MAT CONCERN that -.._. I Florida, It to'SI which of deed Hamilton: and the Conaty.r.o..
ta h
i serve the people of the'ITth pest president of Hamilton County tial service if elected to this office. married to \he'tor< r Alma Four ARABLE.Notice the r br AdralaUtraUr B 't'1JIII. BESSIE: GREEN' .( 'aUDefendants ord thereof reference U hereby madefer ..
trial District on a fun time Farm Bureau and.served for 13 aker of White Sprtnjland we have final report a Administrator of all neeensary purpose eepeolallythat
Your vote and support will be _. NOTICE OF SUIT of description by metes and
the ssUt of RAT O CASON. eI. I
.la. I haw a definite objectivethe years'as Board Member of the Su- appreciated. one son._ I am a mSriber of Bright .d: that he hat sled his petition for Tire STATE! or FLORIDA bound of said lands
17th District and will tell it wannee Valley Rural Electric: Co greatly Pond Baptist -Church 'and have Coal discharge and that TOi M. A. Ttdwell. 1114 Bases I The Interest to bo sold .being o..-.
Sincerely H.woCOl'i Avenue, Richmond, VlrglnlaiQulncy eighth that was doe share of Mrs.Rhoda
I the voters in the next few weeks. operative. I have served for the served as a director and vice presIdent pI' to the Honorable JOHN Hamilton M. .. If tiring Register Leo (now deceased)
Kenneth E. NICK. CountJudas 4OUa'' :
eel I Smith lIeof. and If d belra, as the widow of said. R. E. Lee< the
| businessman my qualification and successa past two years as chairman of Hamilton -. of the Hamilton. County Farm Countyl U14 r Florida for approval es .t ..am.day and ofMy deyleeeo. grantoee and other per I undersigned' Lewis 8, Lee being the
qualifies me bet County ASC Community KENNETH Bureau. for 'Coal dlichurr at Administratorleceaied sons claiming by, through under .dml..tratol'' on her estate b ap'
1 to serve the people of the dlstI TUTEN FOR him nolntmeat ef the Ordinary of Clinch'
Committeemen. ( March
'I of the this Utb day
needs of *
I am fully awar
The unknown heirs, d...1.*.., gran County, Georgia, duly qualified and
sincerely hope the voters Your vote and support win be TAX ASSESSOR Hamilton County and I shall endeavor. IMI" MATT MARABU3 t... and other persons claiming acting aa such:, and a certified eopy
I I join with me and make this a if elected to the Administrator of the estate by, through or under the follow of such appointment together with,
sincerely represent
calM campaign and then Serving as Tax Assessor of of RAT O. CASON 4ee..e4.April' ins named known so bedeceased his letters of admlslstra.tlon and of
you Respectfully.LEONSANDLIN: people fairly, honestly and effic IS 10 IT :r.r9u: Orson, the leave to sell the said property as
have a man In the Senate who Hamilton County; Is a sincere privilege I Invite each and deceased Wiley'OrM... deceas* granted by the Court of Ordinary of
I iently. every .d. Green, deoeated Clinch Co. Oa. all being fled and et
I stand and fight for and welcomed Quincy !
up obligation. It
i i voter In this county to Join in this Use Green deceased Ida Green, record In the office of the' County
shall serve as my own cam.treasurer Is with this thought that I officially I campaign and I will be forever COUNTY JUDGE FLORIDA HAMILTON deceaied Cone Orees, deceased, Judge of Hamilton County Florida. (
and Commerce GUY McGHIN FORCPMMISSIONER announce as a candidate for con COUNTY k'ROBATR.IN and 8ta Green Lewis (Mrs.'C.'XLewla to which reference to hereby made.Deed ..
i the
; thankful for your vote'and support ), deceased| and agUai will be made to the pnrchae K
ink of Lire Oak will be tinuance in this capacity for' a RE' ESTATE OF said the nnderolgaed.
depos DIST. 5 PAYTON BEMBRY JR. CHARSIB GLK1W: icierDeceased. any and all persons. having or er at sltbra
r for campaign funds second term. claiming any right tHle or Intersat as t .
t I would like to announce my can- In er to the land hereinafter Reference U also made t..' therecords '
R. M. (Mitchell 1 HOLCOMB j f t didacy for reelection as your County F. Kenneth Tuttn j WYNN L TO KR8ON8 ALL CREDITOR HAVINO CLAIMS! AND OR described In the office of said CoantyJudge
for record ef eertifled or
.Commissioner: front the Fifth : DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Ten are hereby aotiCed h.at a suit the proceedings In said =r ef f
I 1 t
has bus filed In theabove
SELPH ESTATE against of Cllnrli Co.. OaM In
QUALIFIES DUtrtcfI Ordinary ret
I I o'
CLINTON :MITCHELL. '[. Ton and euh .f ruw,are tiersbjrtin4 entitled cause and that Estate ef R. ,I!:.. Leo. M declare noadminlmratlon
COUNTY COMM. am grateful for' your support OF SCHOOLS a; and required '. anyclaim. are required to file your Answer proceedlags .a his ..
of thto Coutt
which the Clerk >aa lt
,1 four years ago. Working to improveour FOR SCHOOL BOARDTo and demaid you or thereof a4>? .
I: a copy uDoa
the of Hamttton either of you may hare arwirut the EaTMs'tiEWIS day tot May 1114.
TO People 70"1
ereby announce ,that I am adate roads Increase maintenance e, County: estate of CHARLIE GLENN SCAFF PlalntlfTs attorneys, whom 8. LEE. Admr.
for the office of County t efficiency,,and provide new aktvio, Hie.People of' Hamilton\ ,County: I hereby' announcevra, candidacy deceased, late of tald Couit/i to the Kent and address Ashby .1st Ball.Ulmer.ISO Florida Murchl<. Estate of Mrs. Rhoda Reg.leter ".
I for the'oiitce of Superintendent Judge of Hamilton County Tee. deceased
stoner for the herebY-announce my candidacy of lIont .
First Com
rUt Bask
est I have tried in office to deserve at nle office In the court Building. I. Ad4r.... DaPont. (]a.
for the county school, toant mem- Public Instruction 'of Hamilton ., Florida, not later than the llth .
er's District your trust. In appreciation'fta touee aid County at .per, FlorIda Aartl) IT 14. May Si| tlf
to .
for1y- Jc old married ber from district number 2. County: subject to the,"' approaching within six calendar months from ef Decree May H44. If TOO fall.will dot eJkWr.ed **.
i years your support I have sought to give the time of the first publication of a Pro Confeiso. b,
fcve three children. I am a personal attention to all requests I am 29 years old, born and reared Democratic Primary May 5, 1964 this netlee. Two copies ef each clair kgalnst you for" the relict demand
ed In the Complaint Tile.Jh W to
I am 28 of and a nativeof demand shall be 'In wrltlnsand
years age er
'resident of Courtir In
Hamilton and suggestions. Most importantly Hamilton County, a member shall stat the place ef residence removeall clouds from the title to *
ir been active as a farm- I have worked to keep my word of the First Presbyterian Church in Hamilton County. lam married and poet office address of the claim the following described CeSnfr. '. ( orated -, EVERY TIME A
la Hamlltoa 'K>jMa,
to Crawford
Alice of
Mary Dalton :
S.q and shall be sworn to by the
past twenty-five years. when Jasper and engaged in farming and e-wltl it1, iJfl
given elected |
me. Georgia, who is presently serving claimant hla agent or his attorneyand FOREST fiRE STRIKES
if eJected, cooperate with I Your commissioner for progress the nitrogen business. accompanied by a Mine fee of The East Hal" (>Q4O1et( o, ,
Commissioners to The on the faculty of White Springs on* dollar and such claim .r demand Northwest'Quarter (NWt4)\*..4the
oldest of
> promote I GUY McGHIN our three children High School teaching In the field of not so filed shall be void.Ix West Half (WU) of' the
preserve an honest efficient. I IrIJ1 will begin elementary. school. In >al>. 8cs.ff. as Northeast Quarter (NEH, ), ef
progressive County Govern- SeptemberI Home Economics.' Executrix of the Estate of Section One O), TownjMa;Oust
HOUSTON ROBERTSFOR I am the son of N. Broward Wynn Charlie Olena Scarf deceased Ill> South Range Flfte n r'If) YOU 'GffBURNm
am vitally and sincerely Interested and the former Louise Hunter who First I1 :1t1frll Ird, liftApril East, containing One Hundred :
: '
appreciate vote and I 10 IT. and Sixty (lit) acres nrere ,r
your :
STATE SENATORI In the educational program of is the daughter of the late :3, Bart .. :WN 7"
rt i In the forthcoming election. lamllton County; and If elected to Hunter ST. m :THE cmcurr COURT WITNESS'my 'hand and the of I

Respectfully- submitted hereby announce my candidacy; this office I will strive to providethe I received my Bachelor of Science 1- THIRD JUDICIAL) CIRCUIT flcU.1. seal of this Honorable Court
this 7th day of D.tilt.
JOEL SELPH lor State Senator from the 11th Senatorial best education possible,for the Degree In June, 1963 from IN COUNTY AND FOR FLORIDA HAMILTON Clerk of the Clronlr Court.

District. I feel that having children of Hamilton County., Berry College. Mt. Berry, Ga. IN CHANCCRTALBERTHA SEALB Alice Zones Deputy Clerk :

AAC (IKE) SHIVERR served In the legislature for 12 I earnestly solicit your vote and Your vote and support will great Plaintiff MITCHELL: : April( le. IT 14 May 1 Sir f'l fit R 4*'tt."' ,

) COUNTY COMM. years. I will be able.to serve my support in the forthcoming election. ly benefit .your children and our V-- paid for br Kynee CaJwpalgit Paaa, I
district better result of this EAlfO' MITCHELL Ronsle Speaoer Chairman.'
as a
Slncerel. county. Defendant ...... "t! ItIl
[Elect Isaac (H;e) Shiver your experience. I Clinton S. Mitchell GEORGE WYNNJ. II'f' THE! NAMR' AND. BT TifF A' : :-
ty Commissioner from Pre- My experience includes: ,8 years. AUTHORITTT OP TUB!: STATES I
|incta one and seven. Your vote in"the House of Representatives, 4 TOl SANG MITCIIFt? wkM .!.*. FARMERS:
support will be appreciated in the Senate and 4'years on the HARRY T. REID FOR I W. McALPIN SEEKS .t KNOWN'mMM.. aid add.... !. im.' I .

ISAAC (IKE) SHIVER Live Oak City Council. If elected: SCHOOL SUPT.My RE-ELECTION ASREPRESENTATIVE A sworn Bill of Complaint having For .the best f'''/0-npr()& c'tlon- and coverage; Fo the
beea filed In this
I pledge to represent all the peopleof Court ssrtlnpt you,'
he relief therein sought being dl- most reasonablejVates and For the most liberal Adjustments
GEORGE JL SMITH FOR the district fa.Irly'and equally, friend and fellow eiUieiu *f roreo. Ton are. required. to Answer
(TAX Your vote and .support will be ap Hamilton County) I hereby announce my candidacy aid Complaint on ... before Hay 14 -
1114, famishing to C. A. Avrlett, J...
preciated. I hrreby announce my candidacyfor re-election as Representative per Florida, Plaintiffs Attorney, a
hereby announce that I am a HOUSTON W. ROBERTS reelection as Superintendentof for( Hamilton County In the Florida copy thereof else Deere Pro Con.tss btlyyINSURANCE
will be ..,.roel against )
|candidate for the office of tax: assessor Public Instruction for Hamilton Legislature subject to the approaching WITNESS my hand and the you Of-

subject to the Democratic JERRY B. SMITH FOR County If, elected to this im- Democratic PrImary. May 1964It rectal Seal of thin Court 'at Jasper,
honored with re-election to Florida, this trd day of April. A. D. ,
primary in May. In making this COUNTY COMM. ,'' portent office. I promise to con. ItU. t: e.n'.--trom- '
I race I pledge you a full time tax i : ; ITO ', tine the Work that has been started serve the people of out county for Thtlma La..I.. Clerk Circuit I
I I have another term in this capacity, it Court of Hamilton Cofnty I JONES
assessor as no other Interest -
THE PEOPLEOF county give our boys shall be Florida, by Alice Jones, De ,
I but to serve the people of myOurty. and my continued.P\I11IOIe to > ,
: I will at all times have the HAMILTON COUNTY, girls the best possible educational diligently! pursue passage of all legislation (IJIrr.Clor! I No assessment*, dueji J r, gimmicks: .._.M ,. 792-2921
Interest of the and I I hereby announce: my candidacyfor opportunity. coming before the House, C A. Avrlett.
people at heart Just good inturancfllf! Florida
Jasper Florida Jasper
County Commissioner of Dlsi I will appreciate your vote and >It '
will at any time be ready. discuss which tends for the'best interest Apr, 10. 11. 14, May I i : i. ,
with you any problem that you rlct No. 5. support and benefit of Hamilton County and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. r

may have concerning your assess Your vote and :support will bei Sincerely, its citizens4' -

ment. I want to thank each and appreciated.. Harry T. Reid I At the '''me UirteV?"uil 1bencl ... '.

every voter in this county for your Sincerely my untiring: efforts toward'defea t j 9t :'Lt t
vote and support In this campaign. JERRY B. SMITH of all laws contrary to that end. I
Sincerely, JACK VINSON FOR During my tenure as a memberof

s George L. Smith N. J. (Jack) BISPHAM CO. COMMISSIONER the Florida'House, I have servedon .
practically all of the committees

J. R. (Bob) MILLER ,FOR STATE SENATORI This is to announce my candi- of that body and have thereby
dacy for re-election to the officeof
gained experience which together
FOR CLERK, OF COURTTo hereby announce my candidacy County Q> ). ssloner, District with the respect and cooperationof
for Stat. Senator from the ITth Sen*
3, comprised I it Voting Precincts my colleagues whom it has been
the Voters of County: atonal District of ,Florida. I sincerely
2 and 5, in the May 5 1964 Democratic to work I feel
my privilege with
I have qualified as'a"candidate feel that my experience as a ,
for the office of Clerk of the,Circuit l dairyman farmer and businessman Primary Election. are Important factors In,my qualifications ,

Court of Hamilton County, subject/,, qualifies me to know the needs Since serving as your County to serve you.I .r

to the Democratic Primary in May.I of,the district.., I shall, if elected Commissioner for the past term I,i earnestly solicit your; vote and

am 46 years of age,' and a native represent the people of this district have gained valuable experience f support ,

of Hamilton County. I am a Mason I I I fairly, honestly and to the best of from serving on State Committeesand Gratefully yours,
a member of the Hamilton County| my ability I invite each and every Attending State Association of
Chamber of Commerce and a member |I I I voter in the county to join in this County Commissioner meetings ---

d the board of directors of the campaign and I will be ever grateful I have also gained much experience ALLEN B.TYREE,

Jasper Communtty. Development' for your vote and support. I working with my fellow Commlss- SEEKS REELECTIONTO

- Corp shall serve as my own campaign loners and other County Officials
I believe that my many years of treaturer and the Commercial: Bank! and from serving as Chairman oyour SCHOOL BOARDTo
service 1 to the public in various i 1 lof
| Live Oak win be depository for Board of Commissioners.
capacities has given me the practical campaign funds. County the People of Hamilton County:
In I have worked
every respect
experience to serve the people N. :J. (Jack) BISPHAM I hereby announce my candidacyfor
well In this office. I sincerely solicit toward betterment of Hamilton a member of the Board of Public -

your vote and support on May CHARLIE County with advantages for ALL the Instruction of Hamilton Coun d

5th. RHODEN people. ty. <

,J. R. 'Bob' MILLER FOR SHERIFF If honored with re-election to I want to thank everyone for the

this office I will continue to serve privilege and honor afforded' me

MATTHEWS Sheriff Charlie Rboden has announced each of you fairly and impartially in serving you\ In the past.I .
[FRANK that he will be a candidate over the entire County. I'again earnestly solicit your vote and

FOR) SCHOOL BOARDo for re-election to the office of SherIff pledge to you faithful, efficient, / support in the forthcoming: primary

of Hamilton County. and courteous service as a County and if re-elected: to this important
the voters of Hamilton County: "I sincerely thank all of the citizens Commissioner to the best of rrrJ; .Board, I will endeavor to serve an
f I hereby announce my candidacy for their support during the .btUty. the people of the county. I have akeMrh

School Board member in the and X thank each of and always done. I
I I past years; ,, I will appreciate your' vote ..
District you for having honored me with support. I believe the children Countywide :
}It has been my privilege to serve
should have educational
it as school board member" In this position., Respectfully: ,' equal
I "I promise that: you will ,continue :Jack Masco opportunities.
I wish apJation PARASITES
I past. to express my FIGHT DISEASE
to the people of this coun to have the services of protection Sincerely: ," ,
'and assistance from pods ALLEN B. TYREEJ
their support and cooperation office in the' future that you have PURINA AIDS R s.
king; better education and bet- CANDIDATE FOR :WITH HEA/TTH ,
""- 4. .
terms."I .
1 facilities for our youth. had during the past two ,:\,:; .

t this time I ask you to elect sincerely request your vote COUNTY COMM. WORLD' MOST COMPLITI UNI,OF-CLUtffRf. DMINFfCTANT8,
New Antennas
servant for another term. and support" ''
e, your
Sincerely, Respectfully Te The People Hamlltoa CooatyI : IM8ICTICIDI1, [
Charlie Rhoden am a candidate for County Com
ft Pole
Frank Matthews With 30 '
misaloner in District 3 Composed of t The Ralston Purina Company, In addition ,:sixes so you can choose the most economical

2nd. and 5th. voting precincts.If : installed to being the world's largest feed manufaeone for your particular needs.They may be

The Complexity (Today' elected: I win try to do the / Health Aids to drinking.water mixed with your
very best Job that I can for the turer, has a full line of quality added
Cars people in Hamilton County. $29.95 for livestock and poultry. regulaf rations' at our mOl,or top-fed.Others

Your vote and support win be may be injected, dusted, sprayed, used

ri DEMANDS appreciated. Bass T. v. ShopPhone There are more than 00 different products Ju, t, as they come from the.bag or bottle.

Sincerely. you can we to help stop Insects, parasites,

Maurice Bennett and disease. Every one Is carefully researched -.
EXPERT CARE ,We'll bt glad to answer your quwtioni
sao ...- 'ama then proved on the Purina Research .
; about Purina Health Aid of
792.6565 any, quality
Farm before It earn the right to
help plan a good sanitation program.Call .
SPECIAL the Checkerboard label.) '
wear or visit with u..t. our Red and Whit-

We give those important extra Board I un member a candidate District Three.for School Purina, Health Aids come In ft variety of Checkerboard. ,

service with a smile. When you I am married and have three IfiONtHlYiPEST

children: in the public school of PROTECT PBSO> DOLLARS WITH PURINA HEALTH .aD9! j f
drive in here for gas we always ItT. Hamilton Comty.X CONTROL I

tires water level am a native and Itfa-fcnz resident :
check your oil, of Hamilton County, with the SERVIC*

and clean your windshield.; . exception of four yean d military i ; E. C. BROWNE Co.
service during World War n and
only $2.00 .
CAR WASH nine month during the Korean "'mice iverfsh

War. ie(>chester k" JASPER FLORIDA .' 1

Jerry Smith'sGULF If elected I will serve to the best ( ,

of my aUUty, and win at aU times .

STATION serve each of you honestly .

Jasper Telephone 792-3781 Respectfully.W. U.: (Matt) MAJUBLE tl..k. d y g bent t .. n a n nn r

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\; ...' .. .- ;: PAGEFOUR .._d, ,". ........ ...,..,.. .' H.tr", r.t1E'..J.S.PF; l R N E,J"5.. n 1A: S P.E:: k. F'FLOKIDA 1 A' -,-'. '', '" __ Friday ;April :141_ 1964,
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"I '' ;i:). t/;/N'' Loinie ing at.Ji ; : q !I Otnn County'are"WfccAded to pert 1, dvIiTHE: [ ,'ONE 'THAT"''DIDNT GETAWAY, : ; "' -
t" : MorganTcBgAt -*. tom m,the festival A smiv'at; : four j I _.. '._ .. ._ :.' \ : : :
,H' .i',; p : '. her of performers from'higmiltonOaitlt'Svh boys and'fwr girt*, from Whit I II I O'P.ECMIi .
., ", : ;+A4E:a earn In th1Il I I SpriJ'IgII'' Jtld1 School :'directed by! "
c FoBc: ',Festivals year's festival!, He wUl demonstrate Mildred F. Young Win 'give a' .. '" J'; "I :.::: :(f.:,_ :: ,:_ .. .i:' iA
:.\>: : _, ......-. ,r f his watexvfia&ig a UBty at the Fri grand 'dance at the Friday night, ;: .. "'3 V-ar.
... 4 'Y nnlq torgnil t:,waIte.:'wi< herWI day"morning, Saturday morningand thaw. The girts"'win 'wear' cheer Iooa; ,.. .,,:. M'1. .' \!
... >> hat performedminy? times dur- evcnlng[ 'and Sundayafternoon leader'costumes'and the' boys darfcj ,,. '. tr' ".....wJ- .'__.,.:!'\ ". ,.... 1, '.. I
,,: Ire'the dozen years, the Florida performances. penis and white ahbta.: J JI ,- ,........ r' r.It': ;} ....': ,.: ,, ':i f I
Folk Festival baa been held 'will Another festival veteran who win I Four ''gr'oups .of negro singers!] Lc' ;?i :
r I a,aln demonstrate how to locate again take part to Oscar SwaHs of I[I are to take part in the festival, nza. easA
O'Brien who has been playing the1 Include ,.. ., ,
Water! underground using a special They Hamilton County: ii 1& : :
1.' farted stick at thU year's festival. fiddle for more than 50 years. He Community Stagers, a group of about l' ?tI; "
,Seal aooa+ding to Ulsa Thelma Boidn. win play at the performances, on1 I t'i t 25, directed by Willie Terrier' i V \ o I!
dRr director ot special events at the Friday and Saturday nights. Jr., The member come from Jaa-l. $1"00' .. .!
Stephen Foster Memorial. : Two Cuban singers, Espe Perez per, White Springs and Jennings: ONLY I
= Tliis and Amalia Domlnquez.. of Jasper and win sing at the Sunday after I 'fir, ,
year's festival Is to be held
ortthe,MemorlaTs shady./outdoor will perform the Friday.night noon religious program. One Tear Old; only '25c ,' ;,

ai May 1, 2, 3,with some 2.000 partJdpants I and Sunday afternoon shows. Directed I The Jerry, Jackson Chorus and .
,In the ,seven programs by Mrs. i$ Stephens J of Jennings Rope Jumpers of Jerry Jackson' Assorted Pot' PlantsCAMELLIA" '
(the stagers will present 'E) k
stage overlooking the 'Suwannee I Mania eo', the, peanut vendor, on Negro School Jennings will perform
J i
Rlvej"1 Programs.are, planned 'at .. at the opening program Friday NURSERY"Highwty
I Friday pight, nd "Hymn of the Cu-1 l
I. 10 ajn. end at ::1:30 and 7:30 p.m. ban Cathollo Youth" on 'Sunday. morning. The 28 girls and nine
on Friday and Saturday May 1, & 2 bo'tIln this directed '
group are byI
and final on Sunday May.3, start+:afternoon. Corina Wright and will sing ..traditional ( -No.6, East- of Jasper, ,,'M Phone 7925391i 1 "
: # i Several school. groups from llama ., 4. ft ,_ H., .i_ r t ... t.11. L.j Ij'; ,
numbers :and.also do :Tope, .5 ... ,.
rv.v : *]> :.1" V' : I --to' :" t
J nptag. .. :
r, fafHISISYOUffi. I"'/ "A,_group; of n (girls 'and 15 .'boys T ( .. ,- -\' ;-...... -" .-." ..t.-........ :t..l "t .

T11EUcrt4c from Carver Negro Elementary( SHARP!
aDCC School, White' Springs, will present
0 I I,la singing game>t the Friday morn-1 t
, a x 1 t irg performance. They are directed. [
1 1.I.I by Mrs..Sadie Turner.:' MOST 'ilFElilfEEM720 '

n .II.I.i I 'The: high school glee club' from,i -Flahtag Is good. all'aver North Florid these'daya. DaD v ;c ." .
( .i the O'Brien Negro High School Dunham Pt Jasper( was very prowl ol; tile above black baas
.i'j composed of 15 girls'and 11 boys 'J(
''j l win sing I at the .J)1day afternoon'I i NaatAt "Jigger fi hing" on s local lake,but 'eeL,. It weighed p l

'jI I I performance ,directed by'-JJ- R; eleven and three-quarter pounds;sad DJ sy he thought ItwMnt

iMlnr'SUPRZGt7MIC I'Green. school principal. They will, 'goUg .to give np before>> he did.
.' present an old, spiritual entitled
; 8OMBat I10
.;, King of Kings" v' ; :i"r.t 23"SCREEN'
..' '.tyNewaei'''Mt 1, j, "' ; x lrtroria' "
ceEwATI0s i.
fL The seven programs ,WIll feaiture -
t :
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}: 'f 181NIi58011'l.e o l.tIpa AP fT,K1s RldAa.iwI1NEPlK I some 2.000 participants from f II.-
Itri 011 sagtlo o rem! 'IJ''._ ;tr all parts of Florida and also from.' .
I''Georgia and several. ,, 1 GNr.1.....o.i ....M.w."tI I
1, l.Ir x n ,mats eMJ Miss BolUn said."Fo1kJal'e .. er'Istates'I'I I I
7 I Iu
I f I I I| ; music, dancing, crafts' "
\ and )
traditions 'representing Fiod-
da's history back to'the'.days"ot I i pr d ,4 .I-.
j jJ jft. the Creek and Seminole Indians ',
At Id
I jI will be 'presented by individuals 1I ] XU
,and groups from throughout, Florida }
Miss Solon said '
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Over the,years; the 'festival has .
grown Into. one of ,Florida's', most

/ ambitious and outstanding spring DAYLIGHT JLUJE""rv .
entertainment progiana.Sponsoring I :
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Foster Folklore Guild.theFlorida ;; I its th-- UNITY, ,n the COMMUNITY '
I finish with subtle KarmonUlngppofotmeirts
,I Federation of Music Clubs that Gf TS f'hp JOB DONE Contemporary ebony .

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-'t' week the Suwannee .. .
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Dennis member of the
Linda Gall Hunt Ga.-n. dtetrlct of the
lWft'IIearttestant The
con NEWS ( published a list ot names of
FFA first
Jasper Chapter won place: of the Jasper PTA Chapter, Church of Jesus Cvbt of Latter the Suawnnee County l xt
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sub-district lapublic
to a recent : contest also won first place In a very competitive By LOIS ZIPPERER Day Saints invites aagi to hear the data about each for this
speaking at Live Oak. Dennis
contest,, between beautifuland Staging Mothers'' Mrus In the Amcny these names
talented contestants of Bran- H two men acpeo on everything, Stephen Faster Memorial, Park, at Mrs. Doria Douglas' of STORK s '
ford. Mayo, and two chapter contestants you may be sure :that cue of them three o'clock.- Mayl, lr&IiNDA I teaches la the Pine l'J
of ,Ltw Oak. Suwaonee Is doing an the thinking.LyondcnB.., I \
Johnson'I J try School in Live
*- ,.",f !,one of the number of
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GAIL Bfunfr CHOSEN teachers chosen to
Mrs.. Vera Carter of Jacksonville WIJ'I08I' : FAJ s IJIM', competency award of ,
spent several day last,week with sUf.DESTurcrsrru.uxTIt, I given to nineteen of the
her father and brother, Mr.. J. J. !! of the County. WE HAVE
Zipperer Sr., and Mr.. and Mrs J, IBss, Linda' Hunt was chosen j :Mrs. Douglas has I
T. Zipperer. Sweetheart,of the Ifeture Fanners I I
. of America at the stsVolitrlct meet Degree In Education ALL SIZES

The Christian Women's Fellowship in Live 0aIr.t.1f;: f recent fore accepting years In Georgia a I ;.

of Dumdum Christian Church 'Thla tf'air honor that takes into Uve Oak School She | i, t OF
met with Mrs. Franklin' Gaston Friday consideration several. Attributes: of the Summer Reading
k April 17, at J-00 pm. Mrs. the contestants't t if:ong them Is wen as doing regular j
Wallace Selph, presided. An interesting talent beauty,'!.peto. Linda's. of the half-dozen sixth : FIL M.,5..rAlso
program on "Threads ofGoid'treris .oktbtr.t'ecogni.. '' ,
r. eFpr pyh. then at RnrVtar 4
1<< bJ" Vr8:5rt Zipper tlor. &
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program .
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f 1. r- I Mr., Mrs. Aaa |
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"#"' \''if'I.y ..,..,.."j i charge;of,the worship,service, using Mrs. Essie Wyntx.of Lee was pleasantly I family of Augusta spent Polaroid
t. "f -Y1: .ot ; n .as.sthe theme,"From Here toOrtssa. :surprised Sunday with a I end with her parents. '
After this, dettctous refreshrnents birthday dinner at her home., Mrs. I Alfred T. Bradley. -
had were served by the hos- celebrated eighty-first .
very strong competition Wynn hers I 24-hour Developing
from contestants. of Live Oak toil.S birthday. Everything was done: to Friends of Earl
s& make this a nice birthday far her. to hear of his continued SPECIAL
Branford, Jennings, White Springs ).fr. and Mrs CotreU Sullivan Her children'enjoyed this occasing FILM
High He'came
and ."'.The ,title,ofbis School We were very.proud hospital- F
MyqaptabY. -
,The' of, Linda "sire'; wishing her the and little daughter. Diana Lynn of with her. They were lift. and Mrs. weekend on business. )
speech was Development most'of success in the district con Jacksonville spent the weekend Oscar Ben of Lee and t&. and Mrs tai would like to hear or
and Use of District SoO and
our -2rolls69c
Water Resources, for Today and test at Montkello the first week of with Mr. and Mrs. Winston Will aaud Home of Jasper friends. Address an

*nos1wj" He wft compete In :May 'iams. I '. '*. .; Harrison Ward 2, Lake roll, _

(h* area Soil and.Water Contest In I JENNINGS FFAAT'8.tJB.DISTRICI' Mr and Mrs. Edward Leutner Mrs. MaRie Philips and Mrs. f
Trenton April 23 representing Ham-I Susan Graham of; Wallingford,
and children of Macon, Georgia
Dton .District Dennis: represents, MEETING!: : Pennsylvania, are spending some JASPER NEWS
spent Saturday night and Sunday: .. -
the FFA of tblt'area In the District I The Jennings FFA Chapter wasrepresented with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. time with their mother Mrs.'Annle = -
contest fa My. at rr ,MontkeDo. at the Sub-District contest Joe Sullivan They came to bring. Wynn. 1 !'Y'ID11tAs NEWS'C
,; ta Uve Oak Friday April 17, Mrs. Joe Sullivan home,after she *
t by Jim bates Junior Griffin, Curtis I had spent several days In,Macon. Mr,.'and Mrs. Geofge Young Jr. -
Wetherington. Horace Bates, Harry '. and daughters of Perry, spent the '
Pe irthgton, Robert Keeling Bill Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Dees attended weekend with their parents, :Mr. S1 Be Misled
Butler and Billy Laseter. their nephew, Frank Lee's and Mrs George Young.Sr. ", .. .
The boys entered as follows: graduation exercises In, Jacksonville f. ,
Public Speaking: Bill,Butler;, I .Saturday night!: Mr. and Mrs Dr, and, :Mrs. Richard"Cunning. .:..'Q"z\-r\ t; misled. Many
Tractor Curtis. Wetherington and children of Gainesville
Driving ham
-Dees also spent Saturday night with I
; Parliamentary Procedure, their daughter Margie who is teaching had dinner Sunday'with ,Mrs Cunningham's 1001\ N ;, \ \"'" of you have been told by ,
i Jim Bates, J\1I'IIor.GrUi'1n, Harry I down there. parents;'Mr,and Mrs.', ,I.: .,." r "some, of my opposition '

Pennington. Robert Keeling, .Horace I Angus Armstrong of Madison. They ", ;,y !. / ,'that I voted orttook a walk I
Bates and Billy Laselw. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Waters and also spent sometime WIth Dr1,:Cun ; 1: ',:: the bill thai' raised the
j on .
The Parliamentary! Procedure baby of Pensacola and Mr. and ningham's parents Mr, and Mrs. 1
team placed. fourth; Bin Butter Mrs. Dick Dostie and children of Ralph Cunningham Sunday after; :.' I \: price on your automobileS '
placed second in Public Speaking. Jacksonville spent' the week end noon. When they left they stoppedby
. Look'for yourself on
County Hospital to see
with their mother, Mrs. Minnie Water
PLATS MAYO FFA BALL TEAM *. Mr. Gordon Alderman who is confined ., 5: ; ,, 1 page 1903 of the Florida

ti.+4. ..Thursday, AriIl" Urn Jennings .. there, .K.* / State Senate Journal of
Chapter.. boat. to the Mayo FFA Miss Carol Began of Gainesville \' i 1963 .Session. Houston
voftbal team. .We played Mayo to spent the weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs: David Keeling and
voted both times
determine the art-district winner. Mr. and Mrs.lPac Shiver children spent Sunday In Madison Roberts .
The game started at, 4M. ,..We Carol and grandparents had dinner County with their ,parents and against the passage of Sen
w. played seve* tarings. of ban. The Sunday In Valdosta with Mr. and grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank ate Billl 395 which is the
M. Maurice Ltndauer. Hammock.
Junior Gaiffta Mrs.
second' Innlnr
---------- playing second base a4 the shortstop T ry assail ssl te S number of the 1 bijl>>\ we are

*Marvin Selph'iho a member l' for Mayo .t.I0 second aijfl' bad discussing.Now.
the Jasper FFA chapter, won second = to slide and to Ut JosAorft loot and l.ftsalltr
place in the tractor driving urea' pot Jmlor. _out .( the gam. .1a the fCaJCra MM ye tMsealy years I don't have to': : i
test between a group of seven contestants third fentas;, Uw May catcher wan -FREE"DONUTS" tell you if man make*'a s '

representing" the schools In tart. sH btly..M the end of aevea llntse Mite N to about one thing he'willian.{ "
this you ,
area.- ---= ,,. In.mtast. Play Isay.teem r rr rkat +
-- .... l......1 to 4., ... ...-u., ... c .''fJ aaswr.srput M : So. ,let's, watch'fortlie'oher.: f ff, ? :
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.We yaayesl '
AT CAn' : KENMXBT '! played Ow fees* tens WI" ef ttree.May 'SATURDAY MORNING Apr.: ;25'We t solidt j your vote and your support for

Members of the Air Force at I .won. the list we was the Jut l '..... r- ,. ,' -', term tai your state senator repre.entinc'La.. ,(
Cape Kennedy played a key role In 1r oei""e'ea.teM. -
two and therefore \ Hamilton and Suwannee Counties
the launching of America' second The boys reDnwenHag the *enatngskeneahoe. are :installing'a Donut Machine iiil

space flight program' Titan/Gemi team were Virgo Law HOUSTON W. ROBERTS
ni, when the unmanned \two-man sad DaVId Platr.ReporterBill able sell them to .
and will be to THE JASPER "
capsule' was hurled Into an orbit( LuethFlorida. we ; ,

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Included in this select group of you by the dozen or Bushel Basket
Airmen was Senior Muter Sgt He Is married to the for
Aubra E. Young of Jennings, Florida I mer Joanne Scaff of Jasper, Florida Morning and get NOTICETo
was a member d the Air Force Drop by Saturday
Gemini team which launched the MED SCHOOL ENHOLLEE

Titan n apace booster for the Na.''I Benjamin Smith Kennedy of\Jasper FREE SAMPLE\ Bring the Kiddies those who have not paid their
tim Aeronautics and Space AdministraUon. Florida, has enrolled at the

University of Tennessee CdDege: of 1963 Real Estate Taxes :
During the launch phase of this Medicine In, Memphis 'as a first J-' ,
operation, Sgt Young performed duties He Is the son of Mr. j
as Gemini Project NCO. He I.a is term and Mrs.student: Cecil, A. Kennedy of JM FLORIDAN 'RESTAURANT The law requires, us to advertise Real I Estate Taxes that are1 '

member of the 0555th<< Aerospace **'- not paid by May, 1st. I If ,you will .pay, by ,May 1st, it, will save
Teat Wing Patrick AFB Florida, Telephone 792-4221 you the cost of advertising. ;'
which has the responsibuty for
launching many space boosters at DUPLICATOR ,
Cape Kennedy for the NASA. I t Tax CoIIecter
Sgt. Young is the son of Mr. and PAPER .
M fl George Young of Jennings THE: JASPER HEWS I
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; ; Much has been said oyi.one' of the candidates for ,Superintendent

Come in and Select Just The One You NeechtI of Public Instruction about .,the problem of transportation of,

A 'students the North Florida' Madison
to, Junior College at and about

WE HAVE ONE'BF.D OO SIZE-OR r .e- what happens to the money appropriated for this purpose. The COm-

I mittee looked Into this problem and determined,the amount of mon:

WHOLE HOUSE SIZE IN STOCK! ,. N A ] ey that had been appropriated for,this purpose and how it had been

expended and came up with the following facts for the yean Indicated

EXTRA SPECIAL NOW I 1959-60 $ 4fi&37


20,000 B.T.U. r+ r 196162566.71
$325: 196263750.06 .

ONLY Total --- *33227
This money was equally pro-rated among the students i t-

hurt brass ,.ch.t Watches. ogee by cendactere.engineer pending thp junior college for the year Involved to be applied on their
/ and ether rsllr.adsr1 isieiNritlen/, hire been ...msd. I cost of commuting to the college. We might point'out that the counties -
to t..i.. urns fats as Steam Jle..tt".. .n thi evntlfltnttpannlflaDIMS \ r
See Us For That .f the' Cs idl.1 "ItI"nal l ...11....'..Wrist witches. art $.skking.vol. .,.. that furnish bus transportation have only one senior high school '

,, switch free till eld.MhUrud. peektt watches' t. inert split- and have a definite pick up and disposal station where the student

(#, CENTRAL COOLJNG JOB! I.Th.c.n4 MCuraU wrist watches ft r the men wh. run th. trains, csm meet to catch the bus Which; operates on a definite schedule., _
about attar talc, roars .f tilting' by CN .f meet wrist ".rateb s avslUbit This often does fit In with the needs and of the
'. V Prices Quoted On RequestMANNING'S '. t. fled which' .".. most the d,min<.lna 'p,clfl, ..tl'''s .f railreading. not plans
different college students and they often see their own mode of transportation .

Tw.th,model.*tfi.r" s have fprlns-wtund kiss appr.vedi ehr,,"' m sic.t r..11 B.th"l.ctr.elE m.diis l" nsv timiplicsand / bias" to and from,the college even though it is provided for,by ,.

tt.U< at If' bwnrsUry .i Iniur* lCe"c/. the county. Some of the counties now furnishing bus transportation .t.,
1 RADIO SERVICEJasper On the Canadian i Natl-.nl'. t.II.d witcb..4 must. .i.t vary mere
than tw.Mcontf s day .' ::10..,."d. s week and> they are t*.t.e4tvtry are now thinking in terms of switching from their.method of till.-.
Phone 792-4421 thr. months.' ,Th'/,",". t. '! it.fpr.".f,_hoC lip'''f sn< anti.ma'met'e. porting their junior college stcdents to that eel by the'., ""

T,iI.a.. tea, hav. played. en nn,uip: ectng$ t part 'In the switch' t. County system. >.:: ;.'
Your Full line. FedderDula' wrist witt.....*Tb"r f luat tf.Vt make tr.u"c-s with special' l oeceta: .Haafcon Coafttar Cefrauttis" Fn ...
1 s fee waUMs any mere*ant .f the veteran tnducttr ,n the "SuperC.ntinental" t t r r. t ",'" r.. M. wr' ,
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