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: May 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 FOLK EESwALATSTEP,1; EDITORIALS J"'J' r Jasper FHA FFA Hold, Joint' ,Banquet NO W.I.c.I. BUFFER' 'I ,

FOSTER We Still Need That New School l ,
( The Jasper WSCS will not haw Relte.
.I J' t.. : Over 'aOo people from Hamilton their supper as scheduled: for Sat.
of Florida cities, towns: County Farmers r lectior dayi _,next Tuesday and;Hamilton County I County and nearby areas gathered urday night.
and communities will be represent- : together with Future Farmers and
*,'ed M the 12th anmttFtelda Folk ire''I voters;arq being bombarded! with'all Linde of propaganda.! Future ltvnemakers in paying hon r-- -:- ':- ,- ,, '.: '
Festival be held at White Springs ;'DjggingM r : The Jasper News is in'favor of it, it'rnakes'good business I or toI their,' moot! distinguished cake and iced tea was prepared by :. ,"

Friday, Saturday and Sunday,'May 'Irrigation Pondsby i But as your'editor, I see a very serious danger of the guest,',their parents. This occas-: Mrs. Allen Mrs. Bjgbie and their, '},5.i '"
1-2-3, on shady outdoor stage atthe' voters getting away, from the mOlt important business- ion also gave Use chapter an opportunity lunch room staff. ;
Stephen Foster Memorial on tq aCq"alnt'the; parents and
the Suwannee River. Paul Weber. Conservationist getting our new _consolidated high'school ll I That old buil general pubtlo with their,activities 'The Hamilton County; Bank represented
by Mr. James
'In addition there wDI be outtard&ejMlonnMi I Since. December Contractors lu'and.o ding..(Jasper fi still old and gettinginoe tired each day. and accomplishments for' the year. presented a certificate in Cbpeland.behalf of,

...mr Georgia.S"1 :en irrfeagSi Il selConjcacl.JuvedJgsix The' students in Jennings and White Springs and Jasperare I y I Mrs. DOty1 Payne.and Mrs. Nell the Florida Banker Association to .
,ponSs.; ThuvU "
Ncrth acu- r Rhoden led ihe'grtwp In the song, ''
oS3ro allya..continuation of last still being deprived of full curriculum.n r' the Star Chapter Fanner-Paul
** 1Iton'\ t0Thelma ;'pair's. a ; [I"Battle Hymn'of: the Repu>atlc"
The )
Dampier. Bank also
A.: Baton, (xpoim director work,during1 whlth( fiftyJfhreeTponds Tliere.ts:talk:about'Accrexiilfatioivabout: buildings in: a I ;Rev. Travis Carter gave an inspir to thIt'top three merrtbersHn--1 presented f '
at';'tb Stateot'Fkrkda'musicsluine were,fTen %,' 5, .IngInvocation,. ,
*, of about .4 Agar,,t tlse opening
a state disrepair, personalities but these are side % I Scholarship: Supervised Farming,
Of the .
ponds were enlargements M J ceremony of the FitA and F FAthe. and '
Many national and:racial groups ,of ponds dug originally iasues.It'. fine to be able to do two or three things at once I program was'turned:over leT Dennis Scholarship: Leadershiptotal the awards of of J68.10.00 In,.

and Individual ,will, Ixvheard and .in previous ye ars.' These ten -but this is not'the year for it! 'This year we can do only Hackle who acted as the toastmast. $17.00, and $5 00 went to three tenors

seen on the woodsy stage\ Mjbs Bol- t bareb' turTILShed.4Jnpughtlrrlgattonwa. one thing-and: 'can't even_do that uttlesswe' stick to er for the evening. ,Merrill Smith based on a four year average.
tin said,.\iwWb )seven'! prp rams for a dry tear as was 1963.It the problem and for the gave the welcome address followed these boys were Jack Cox, Tommy : \
vote right, regardless of
scheduled in an. Among those on U often difficult td accurately estimate : by the respond of a''parent-Mrs."Ulma Daniels and Carl McGautey.
the various programs are Semlnols,: how much water can be ex- propaganda. and regardless personal !1" BraswtU. ,Guests were Introduced In the Supervised Fanning Pro-
Indians, ;iwcted-frani, ma11Jrrigatton'pit. You'voters'know .who' 'favor of '. '": by Mrs.,Thomas BridgesMr.
Whip crackers, harmonic is,in : the new school .t 1 "to;',1' .r gram. the same value of awards
and fiddle] 'expert*,. spiritual and I I J'pnda,dug this year In the vl ln- program and who is against it. Maybe some of don't Copeland Is shown awarding''and Mr.,Jim punaway, after which went to Ehvood Bembry, Leonard ,
folk singers, straw beaters water|I I ity of Jasper were for David Gools- like of l4ie ; you, ,Scholarship:; awards to Jack: O>>c, a deUghtfcd ,meal of,fried thicken 3embry and Derry) King. In the }
witeher, a musical saw: player, rope, by; :I'homu'&nnett. and d. W. some. menwho,, are in'favor.of it. But please 'Tommy Daniels, and Carl McGaul- mashed potatoes,, fresh pole beans, readership, the following boys received
jumpers folk"" and square dancers.: Goolsby. East of town on Friend wait -and.vote them out of office,'next'lime! This Time 'ey. hot. rolls, butter. ,alaw' ice ,cream the sam* value awards: A f
and many others.' Craftsmen win I ship'Church Road. Irrigation pits there is only one'' issue, the new' school J buildings, and t.. .- -.r,, : '.. .- L. Miller Paul Dampler, and Ev

-weave, quilt; tat,'cook,'whittle, sew were dug for.Willie B. Norris and consolidation of't the high schools in one b ilding. eral Allen. We feel very grateful
and make oddments of many kind*.'I for Henry Ratliff. to the bank: for encouraging boys In
Unless the right candidates win In the I
Miss BoWn saidTevglsrns.IvHtbe. { South 'of, Jennings( Carl( Smith : : superinten these particular areas of our pro '
: : held at 10 has a new Irrigation pit dug on the dent's race and the'school board members race, the new gram.
a.ro. Satx'dayt 1:30: 7'. ",m. on FFriday I east aide of the north.forty. This school will die on the vine, or at beat we'll get only halfa The Chapter officers: presented i i 'I'

and concluding with a Bone ofi the best spring heads,, in loaf.. It will take'concentration to stick ,to the: issue* J fonorary,Degrees or awards and :.
Sunday performance at 3 .p.m. the county although Jt 1s also in an ilaques with their Individual namesenraved
Much ,'I and .forget t, all't the others, but 'the Voter do it- if .
of the latter will be made up area of 'limestone sinks., The pond ? : can Y R on each I plaque to five

of religious) music, including spirituals -I,soon! filled. and has ,been ,running; they., try.., ndrriduela in our community' that A
chants and choral baterl|over As during recent 'years all We Need C Kennedy for Senator had done a great deal for our chapter
Produced ,by the Stephen Memorial Commlsdonjassdsted' by\\>,.costshare.earthy I do not ,often editorially support a candidate in a I 1t : r".f ry Bembry, Harry T. Reid. Robert t
:tubs the Florida and the Federation Stephen Foster of Music Folklore .,I"---- local election, but ,the State Senators race is not entirely The Chapter'Officers,'at'lefYare'showin presentingtdnorary' De- Drescher Also, there and were Clyde many W. individuals McGhin. ,* 4 4J. 4Y

GuIld,.the gala Awlngtime,eta .,:religious. but they are all a local matter, anyway. I sincerely believe that everyone I trees to Henry! Bembry.."Harry 'r,. Reid;'Clyde,\ .I.t jahis Robert bt the community that the chapter .
Vent draws many thousands of Florfcttans 'simple ,and they all have stood the in Hamilton County should:support Cecil Kennedy for 1!>rescher and 3,. W.. NeWsome,. for their Int etest14\ and ssltance to felt we, should .recognize because )

apt fcwih.. Georgians, plus ,test,o4,time.> this: office, and vote for him! Mr. J Kennedy is a,success 1 the FFA chapter In the ,pail! year.alJ "'+ '' t. Jfl), of their outstanding devotion

in Increasing raxnber'of toorists.: '1 tthereie' : TO charge for attending ful farmer and business man and no doubt has made' .." _.. ... "... \'. i .'""_ support and interest ta our chapter
Between 1,000 aqd'2.000 persons ape'pear the programs, other than the usual enemies The following people were
on the( 'stage participants.."gate feeifoB;si lt ne".lnto; the 243- 'at 'various times, but nearly all of them will have 1 \ singled out by presenting them with

"The audiences will see many old Acre, Stephen Foster Memorial on,, to 'admit' Mr ,l Kennedy has never been backward about I ( 'certificates: Mrs. Grace Polk

dances .8Dd heu' many nQstalgl,''whos4 grpu7ds are located the Foster standing up for., his rights. We badly peed Kennedy in r '( ,Ranee .Andrews, Rev. Travis (ar-
songs" Kiss Boltin satd.rThere\ Musevon and )Jh! 97-bell 1 Foster! Tallahassee and ,I .... \tee, James Cbpeland lion' Judge
sad,., urge you to vote for him. Vlnson. 'OurRI
.are scores of-melodies lively, carillon. VfII; McCormlctt: and" Jack
.*...?:..."- ,.tl y4 0 'Jr, yr ..' Chapter/! Sweetheart", Linda Gall

,.' '. ,', H "IS .l iii 'i- _-.."[ ., . rIIJtt 11 ',' ",. -) ,.' Illurstt' was: ,"'!recognlzed? and presentJa J.j' J..
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} ,:'.: .tt.: 1\ .. 7 .. ... IfJof.1! fsented'A.,U;,,1 MUter,.with the Star
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:. : ime'i: .i ; 'Wwelt preVnted ffA,foundation Await* to tillowing ,.//of Hon.;Doyte JS. Qan ttiim #.. OnttiaHalone 1:

. : ,, t John Smith.. A.'L.'Mirier. DennUTHkeWer Paul! Damptor, JJjDaughter / of AjrrfcuHure.' OAer FFA'
$ /,:Gail Law Leonard Bembry and parry! ?Kry.* //Foundations JbferKawards and pin
.4'Jwer.' given to7 the following boys
j 't v f lor lexceBencefm-their' respectiveUreas.
"r '' .. Over 400 donors giving an :j'j'Ir
r amount of S200.009 Is'provided to
+ { ? the 'Future'Farmers of /America.
,i', tds t'C [Paul DatmpiertrSoil and Water Con '4 yJM

serration: Leonard,, ,Bembry and
iJ--- Perry King-Crops.: Jim Daughtery -
T t tJ -rarm Mechanics; John Smith
r -,Y.arm Elecfriflcation; Call Law
--, J In Farm Sal f7f and Dennis Hackle: ke
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v- --3' ifr' .1f I V tI\I"t\! were harpy to have our tet- is.
-- ..f' fr{,. "" I ., and viceiMsktent '* 'FFA State teI'

Above/ 'Certacste were. awarded by the chapter to I InVrfsted'ln.Ividuals Association,.Jerry".Plalr, to give a ;

: at'rieht...James,Copeland. Hon JAm.plcOri tck..JagkVin: few remarks to the chapter.

f I 1 : son i, Mrs. Grace: polk:$nd,Jtw. :Travis.Carter.. Ater,1 closing .ceremony all [,

-t- _IL iy V ,.. .. .t ,-f 1 see parents 45'mbJutH'ot and'lUtitl', movie were Invited: of some tl) : ',\

rj fII o( ;the activities and accomplishment : I
? of the two chapters. A copy
J . report was '
i. of the accompUshment!
f j J available at the door and a copy is
printed below {

We are proud pf our accomplish1ments
and we would like to share I
acneof them with you. We are ,

aware that,accomplishments, :
Rtk k could not have been possible had I
q rIt
:', knot been for ouf fine school: of-
7 i I flclals, -community leaders, busloesses -
If and Interested individuals.

f We are especially grateful to our
mothers and fathers who have contributed It

much to our success: this '
year. Jfcd.tt not 'been ,for their
't 1 Interest;' cooperation'' saoifice

] ::Funn thing about freedom. It's our most W. bav to-win the arts and minds ofpeople come a lubacrlblng member sod to receive our have been accomplishments possible, Some, could of these not '1. I'r
everT-here. a ct1V01 "Freedoms Handbook tool J.me"c:4 $ie.id 'aLtO rresented In* 'awards'tor1 best Supervised '
'preckais patsesikm. But Ifl a possession : EfptdaOy our own | activities are; 1
y wvtalf for puted.Too many of us doG people.Our mea and women,our boys and .to help you work mora actively for free>4 Fanning Program to EIwoodBenibr,Leonard Bembry and Darryl King 'Cooperative calendar advertisement I ,
i do anything to freedom.Probably girls must believe rnedom. Thy must dom.Are you ready to help program Jointly 'with the,
1 ,becsuw It'. always preserve easier to let the other want It.And hey( I'DUIJ know that t tbe her ...............-..........IIkTra1rseawlfaaassr FJLA., Chapter. This was: mainly
fellow da ft. Well these mea didn't let dams w.now enjoy,the freedoms we have. r.t t sly I # to provide funds for this;banquet. I
the others do it And neither did the thou- fought for. most not La lost by apathy or Freedoms Foundation I We contacted around thirty people; ,

; 'ands of other Americans who lost their neglect.! : By not caring enough. Valley Forge,Pa. 81-I or firms grossing around $320. We 1 'J
freedom,or their live In the Korean War What can you ai aa individual, do? I i t' .. 4-J printed SCO calendars at a cost of
and all the lother wan that were fought ''That depends on how'much your freedom t I Yes.I want to help pderve and .I ten. f around H2). AH (calendars were:
every time oar freedom was threatened. means to you. la it worth standing up for' our American Intact Way to pure generations.'Herabl I: rI t '; r distributed to students and sponsoring
Sure everybody does his part during a 'Speaking' op for? Acting up for? If your I puelt organizations.
war. But as soon at the war is over, w. answer Is Jet, then Freedoms Foundation ,my momberihlp Foondattoo coa-and 2. We exhibited livestock: In Llv
for Freedom
.iettIe back;relax and forget about I U-Until at Valley forge wash to bear from you. tributioa for my copy of"Freedom ''la dbook.. aI 1 t1 Oak Fair. North Florida Fair Id

lour freedom I threatened again. }Vhat Freedom Foundation 15-year- I! Nam. .-.. ,_______ I. .' Tallahassee, and Madison Fair.and Around
.well.vs can't d!>that anymore Today, old nonprofit.knoaMctariaflb uoopartUaa 1 1 ten members participated
,our freedom and our way of life u.bang organization devoted solely to the preserratioo Addrest. 11' were'very successful: as wen as to,

attacked In all comerS: of the world by .. of the American ws/. Hooorabl :CIt *" "_ I et.... receive a good price for their live

.:,..,a r tive, enemy. -.) Dwight D.Elsenhower i II Chairman. lionoiable -: 1 ) dglr"'f ,"'"If stock.:
bate lea : a- entered teams
< 11 3. Judging
Vice(Wrma State,
nJsm. W back or I..A. piney is >a., ;
... ... = r :, Above: Junes C: Cbpeland of Hamilton County Bank ( back: to in Live and FJarida State Fair
.I Jtrutgto.But not oa the,battlefield alone, Freedoms Foundation invites you to b- i......_...._.' _..... .. .-. .' \ ?' "'II Oak '
1.1 '" camera) presents the Leadership Award on behalf of the Florida Bankers In'Fampe.They' frnrmaa 'teatsrx
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Tfcfc*kertittmet. contr&vtt4.. .jnMte aavvfaw fry(".,.../P*". comp**or or g.nkatlon.j ; "', ;, :::;-. : ;I Association to A. L. Miller, P.ul.Dampter and Everal Allen. J: ((O Mfoae4Rati: .Fop I) .
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WASHINGTON NEWSLETTERCIVIL I ;IORT1L, legislatitn, I bare come to the FFA-FHA Park tennis courts jointly with the o
RIGHTS I POT!: BOILS: This bill H it came to ns conclusion] that what this Banquet Kiwanis dub and Interested Indi:
from k'i s House of Representative 'rights bill' seeks to do is create Held viduals. IP'YOU, NEED
With the Last
surprisingly ,Week .
prea- ia one of themo 111eoneehred new: dgrh/ts for a minority of : ,
.sbe showing ,registered by and potentially moat (ur citiaens-- iving them SU. ''- 12. Joined Mrs. Register's 'Civic*
I Alabama GoTerMr George Wallace /f'n..t"a.d'J .Fro M ". 1)) 'Ca.. TRANSPORTATION
*aa..r.,.s pieces of ']legUlat- PERIOR RIGHTS over the re'malnlnJ' ; in erecting Christmas scene
in the .recent Wisconsin tkn that I have seen' in themire citizens, This, ofou.e. \\'WI'32nd place'In and In Park. ,
Presidential Beef
Preference than 17' years I haveserved : 'was never the Intention 13. We've held three civic club TUESDAY
hogs nut of 165 ,teams and 52nd. TO THE POLLS NEXT
mary still frsh in all our prl-j I the people;, of Florida! of fur forefathers. place in dairy'cattle- of 162. programs, two"at.Lions and one at
I feel
that It would be
in the Congress of the United Spare here prohibits me 4. The chapter District Klwanis., .'
priate for me to examine with States. from going into detail on the: entered the 14.Chapter had a part In Assembly PLEASE CALL. .
Forestry Field Madison '
you the ,issues involved In the WOULD CONFER various Titles and Sections of Day program on Library Week.
Civil RiohU battle] of 1964. "SUPERIOR RIGHTS"I this bill and their' impact on with five teams registered In'I 15. Worked with the Hamilton
events. This
'' included measuring -
Republicans am in favor of all Amrkans \I oar nation In subsequent edition land, estimating volume of tim Soil Conservation Dept. in gettingstudents
\ of every race, color or creed *' of "this Newsletter, I ber occtflar estimation of Umber to enter speaking contest 792-4211
voted in the Demtcratic pri- being able to use the rights hope to be able to do this with. ; Dennis Hackle of the Jasper slip.ter .
sawing with
.. cants and rolling logs
? tao fact still
remains represented district In the Area
guaranteed under our Constitution you. bJok. I
that this was a significant rote I and th., Bin ,of Rights. 1 Last week I introduced a peavy 5. 1 j 1 contest in Trenton on April%3.
Sponsored two I
of promoted
protest against. the bUI- I: However, after:,a ..very thor Joint Resolution.' S. J, Rea. 166 adult welding clinics: for interested 16. Chapter sponsored radio programs We Need Your ,Vote!
J.J !,' ti, ., for a Constitutional over Uw Oak Station and
1 n W .I' r wviai, I.&y .' tadMduate jug,,farmet? Jhese. I
'. .. --- a. consisted tof oxyacetyene' and' Electric "Valdosta in The Jasper Statiqtn News* &bad relative artkleti to R t.,::Hamikontf County;;Committee if or!'Better Schools;, r
Several weeks ago 'l 1 had ,the.pleasure:, of presenting my 6.: Entered welding.the mechanization inc National FFA week. I I Billy Hill, Chairman

!thought on how we. might develop.an"eleven million dollar annual tor,contest sponsored by the Ford '17. In ITA'SulMt1atrlct'contests.,
industry in' our Suwannee ''River',fJasin.; Tractor dealers and the Ford Motor Jasper Chapter placed first in Public -
Company. We were one of the five Speaking the Sweetheart Contest -
Your approval of this:plain' line i chapters in the stateto receive this ,and second place in the Tractor
been award and ft new Ford Tractor' Driving
overwhelming. I .
am so delighted
7r Sponsored a ten acre nitrogen 18. Entered all the PTA Foundation .
4 : that many of you have,taken the bag'for bag test on corn. This ps'osect contests that were available: : 1 .
time to ,make yourselves known'to: Is sponsored ,Jointly:. with Mr. 19. Has carried out all good forestry :1 BIG COOL
and eay, "We're going to support(you r* Pete Dens and the' Chilean Nitrate practices on their School for.
in this Company. est, receiving cooperation from the
campaign: .
W#, 8.,The Chapter has provided corn Florida Forest Service and the St.
,Since i :speaking to about this seed-the latest varieties and Regis Paper Co. About 300 gum'
strains tree of charge-to PTAmembers .faces have been erected. SMALL COST
program I have been informed by the
for entering the Firm I 30. Chapter has replaced the two
Florida Development:, Commission of "' ; Bureau Corn Growing Contest This .FFA signs leading Into the City of
plans being made, by some of our West seed was provided by the Funk's Jasper, welcoming people to our s
Seed Co, Oaken, and the Pioneer
Florida, Counties Holmes Walton and -
Seed Co. better
21. Has 100
Washington Counties to participate ina projects as well as to enterChapter the FFJA.{ d percent all the membershipin boys taking lasoo BIN
'$1.2)million'program under the U. S. Contests. The Funk.**Co. providesa Vocational Agriculture.: j :
Department of Agriculture Ruralr. 304 bushel eha1Jenm to all members 22. The chapter has set a goal oft ,
4'', Renewal. *l r. ; as well as the,chapter. a least three productive' projectsper
9. The took the
Chapter on protect
I member S Improvement pro
j of automobiles for all'ootb&fl CAPACITY
: parking jects member and 10 supplementary
The thr *:, counties ..concerned games and basketball tour per

are to develop 'a series of !Pt ald I ;;T (., nament. ber. farm practices per mem Medal Prices Start '
through>>, their CountyDeyelojametA; ; tie.. Only the merit'of 10 Repaired tables' for U<
> the, programs: is passed on,by) e'iU.: .*S..:Department of Agriculture. '",{ 11., Put up wire*and Club.net for City for'23.the Repaired'and Physical Education built benches Dept.
Thirty year, ,!three. per cenf'n + nete'given'to.the County Development 24. Planted all available land to GENERAL ELECTRICROOM

Authorities? to finance,.thcTprogram.' The proposal. are all locally ', "" ---;-- -" -- com Getting some from the county : -:

'.', : administered.They, __ ) : .' ... :;*! ,*,'.,: prayers Amendment,, Bible tt t safeguard reading school andreference ] 23 and Chapter some from entered Mr.four'McGauley.floats in Tku& tr

are planning, in those West Florida Counties the construction |o a, reliance upon the homecoming parade.
of twenty cabin. 1,000 tract This God in our nation's public 26. All members have been encouraged
on a acre near Bonifay.
affairs You to be aware of their, civic
,includes boat' landings, camp sites bath,houses, picnic! tables, duck will recall tl\aUn June of last,, responsibility as well as to participate
blinds'! ,'and a hunting preserve., On this 1 1,000, acre tract there is now rear tbe. U,S.,Supreme) Court, in any leadership activities
? ,one,small ,pond. They propose. to put 'two other ''ponds in. They in 'A, Uglily (controversial de- available I j TWO-SPEED COOLING.. LOW for atjtat .;,..
have clsion, decreed that school Received a gift of equipment comfort HIGH for maximum cooi1.. .
', worked out an extensive reforestation that would or .
program re- ,,
prayer and Biblo readingunccnatitutlonat for the tractor a set ,of bottom
,-pay a large portion of their loan'to':the U. S. Department of Agricul plow, from Mr. Henry Bembry. AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT matatafastfMtrfeat .
ChOOM from .
if : l Just the other day, the tame 28. Hon Judge McCormlck took tomparatur ton s.ttMM.WASHAILE'
-, Baltimore 'mother who led the a load of students to the State Fair. AIR FILTER .:sorts .... end
Vjcreatlonal ': proEvide successful figtut against school He also made and donated a set ....,. It washes right .in the sink.ADJUSTAtU .
I". 'facilities for'public J athinf,' fend:water sluing, and a swimming .,, '. :prayers,and X&ble reading in of,slides of,the chapter.: AIR DIRICTOR....... \kI

J :I;, pool and tecqeatlonal 1 fria? "-GMpkyy !'Deepening of,the''felines. -,I toll our pubVIc, tax-tupparted< ( aha scV In 29. Mr. Harry T.Reid, Mr. M. L. eJisclMifeja for soaxiMUM pafMtratiosi' eK..4JSJ.O.BURCH ..
Ii ,3 River(" to .provide, ,for recreational I andwtransportation' ; facilities". ,L' .':mounting) a n jr/unvefe m\ 'upon Powell;Mr. Bob Dresoher also took .. ,.aails-to/18! Jotrooo.,
iff. 4' ': /J' l \ :God.: This;,timeAkW 1s'makingan a load of PTA members to the fair.
fe: ** ') Think how we might'; ,develop!a,'oknilar program !In :the'Suwannee all-out 'elf/A' to eliminatethe 30.. Mr. Clyde McGhin and Mr.
Ii'; f "River; State Park;::the Falmouth'' fever area;the Charle.I words 'lI der9od'" from Robt. Drescher assisted and provided CO.JASPER
,;Springs, and Allen Mill Pond areas? The Stephen Foster Memorial our natitnal Hedge; of Allegi equipment to the chapter and .
members for of
taking movies activities
f .and Ichtucknee Springs,, just to name a few, have' outstanding ance.WHAT WILL BE NEXT? for the year, Billy O. Burch SY2-3801
'potential.. Efforts to knock out the mot *-
"In God We Trust" from -- -
,. My, friends, ,we have limitless'potential here. Just think for use on tur nation' coins and

R I ;a;:moment' if you will, of the boundless' calling card Stephen Foster currency Chaplains, or for elimination our men of and our To The Voters Of

has given us. Every American is as f.mili < ith the strains of women In thIS armed forces'

,, :'Way"Down Upon the ,Suwannee River". he is with l-he"Fourth ,AMENDMENT WOULD

r qf f,J ty.: ELIMINATE, My resoluthn THREAT calling for the Hamilton County

t; ;r..,.,:::The ,potential 1 for developing, the Suwannee, River is limited !Constitutional:wculd cut, the' Ante legal n dine ground n t

;' only;by our capacities and,desires .'groups(under those In this individuals country whe and \ Because I have not had the privilege of

t: sr:,: '' In investigation);1 brad that ,the U.S. Department of ,Agriculture i. f;' .' seek[ to'litlirate all ,referenceto speaking and visting with each of .you I submit
this year is requesting Congress double the amount available the Divine Creator from ourpublic

,(' ,:for Rural Renewal. -This would make' the amount available ''crystal lit.clear. It that would Itit.make the intent it..; the following for' ;your consideration. ,;:'.

$2.4'million.. ? I have:today' sent telegrams to the U.S. Secretary of of the Congress and I the 4i.
Agriculture, Mr Orville S Freeman;Florida Senators Spessard Holland !. .... people of the United States' ,I AM: ,
t and George Smathers, and our';.(Congressman Don Fuqua, requesting that prayers. 'Bible reading,
: ; religious hymns oaths,, pledges .. Native .of Hamilton County
i;:' information on the !'current status of.\\the pending i legislation allegiance a04 other references ; ;
1 and requesting information) on. the, possibility of having Ham- ', bt a reliance" upon God ,Graduate Jis School ., ;

ilton' Lafayette and 'Suwannee Counties included in this Rural Renewal ,or In any in any public governmental activity, ceremony school Married, 3 drein public Schools of

f' Program. I am also requesting i information on how our l local J institution or place and will
: Development Authorities, might 'present requests to be ,included .in ,be constitutional. 'This .resolution Hamilton:County

,,:' this program. tf tax would supported also include ChaplaIn.the me in A veteran of WVV2 and Korean War

fr. You know it,is incredible to think of, all the year. we I have cur CUBA armed CLAIMSLEGISLATION, services.' Building Contractor 8 years experienceI
f. poured money into the' Federal Treasury, and ,other sections of the ,

I country have had ,flood control ,systems developed by the U. S. Last mouth I introduced legIslation AM FOR:
: Corps of Engineers.' Look what this' has done' for Tennessee, designed to help those

Valley. I tell you it is high time,,we' got some of that help here. their American property citizens_J in communist who had A United Hamilton County High School

t : 'I I all of Cuba seized by Kdel Castro Fair and impartial service to ALL
; want you to ''j join with me in an aggressive program. S. 2625 provides for the re-
1 f! .First, everything we can on' the local}level to, get: ,this recreation"al '' imbursement of U S. citizens *Thorough and business like planning of
; al program underway. Second, fo.''join with min, supporting our whose property and asseta were

Y,:, I local Development Authorities 'getting our counties included' in confiscated use of by blocked Castro Cuban throughthe assets our entire school program and operations

\\he.U.S. Department: of Agriculture Rural Renewal Program. Third in 'this country. now wtl Majority rule (a time tested, tried and
seek funds ,from the' newly created Recreational Land program that mated at about |200 minion

our state has begun. Fourth, bring to reality the flood control pro port This U.aum S.would gtvernment be wed loans to sup proven method of a Democratic form of

fI' gram for the Suwannee River Basin. Fifth get the State Road to 30 percent of the validated up government) but with due respect and consideration
!: Department committed to build scenic: road along the Suwannee claim or up to SO percent If
l the loan Is to be used for reinvestment for fellow citizens opinionsI
River to tie in the fifteen locations that have prime possibilities for In Latin America my

development along our segment of the' Suwannee, River. under an Alliance for Pro,
ress-approved project shall f'fight the EVIL OF SECTIONALISM
"The program can be as large or as small as you people want Under international{ 1 law. Castro
I1' it to }be.' The'potential is here for'us to develop. The American way,. and his henchmen are legally which is slowly but surely destroying OUR EFFECTIVENESS -

'' is working together. I want your. aid and support to make: this! properties obligated they to pay hare for Belied the as a County Government.

chapter' in the ,American dream come true. Let me help you make, ,from our nationals] He has
''that,$11! 1 million dollar a year industry ieality% ; .:',..' :stated flatly that he'would not I humbly ask your permission to serve on

VOTE FOR AND ELECT be International bound by procedure long-eataiblished So. YOUR SCHOOL BOARD, as a member from Dis
I cannot see
any 1'H'01lVb,
a new lease on We for these

'Americans. cannot, economically be achieved speaking thin- trict3.Won't you join in this fight for a better placeto

I' Cecil A. Kennedy, the me of blocked Cuban as
t, set In this country. Congressman live by voting for and supporting MATI'MARABLE
Dante B. FasceU of Miami
,- lid introduced identical legis. on May 5th.
lotion in the House of .
; ." {?. YOUR STATE SENATOR ON MAY 5 and we are hopeful Representative MATT MARABLE
for sufficient rapport to pass
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I;: ,want; to take this opportunity to Thankall ',, < k

of the people of Hamilton County for:, the)cordialjway : : ON CIVIL RIGHTS I t tI .

that t;J have been'received' in your homes VOTE FOR r,

fields,and places of business EARLFAIROLOTII "'A, Mayor of Jackson: :"a t

The: people in till end e* Governor of, .
:sections:' of our county have Florida "
I ham
end Kill
been, very kind'andood i: ( to me. I have conducted : +. respect etcryoiM** rightto i ..

my campaign; on a high"plane, free from all personalities peaceful picketing end I
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anil(1 with 'only the Welfare of the childreri : -J'ATTORNEY GENERAL 1+ But lawful violence demonstration in" the

ih. mind.: I sliM) :continue to do that. All F 'A PRACTICING LAWYER. .. streets will not be 'toler '

t !tc, 'Q bakcd,;t. ,'()ftfnt;: .nf j is'that he do what he l HOT'A PRACTICING POLITICIANBORN L- oted I en aM vigorously..p10 .
posed civil
tJtmk" t.hb exercise i his IN LEVY COUNTY. right :
$! is: rigH,tj : : judgement, bill now leers' Con.

.whether. popular aunpo:: ? ]iWr I ., I have tried to do' J .'' Uahr.. of Florida Law School Grad '::3. 11m:

that '. Tie mostjniportqnf thing about school o Practicing Lawyer fir 14 Yww.JUUt y4
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i ( ...- ., : ,! our THE, WRONGS'OF CIVIL RIGHTS{ 4
I' ',i' )- syslemJBour"cmlilren. We:-1I"vant them to have HERE S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPiRUNuJUNIOR ijR liP is 1nTnlEMDC. ACCOfItQUTIONS

the invest; educationf( i ( ssible.- ,For this reason Via' ,accommodation forWdi dtoertmteftUiM toed .
rw reUttoa. r utioial orttta tit ba z. moUU ,
: ram earnestly soliciting your: Vote and Supporton red.urants.' tuoltoe tUtlou. theaters tad port WOM
Anyone denied\ MCMI. eauld seek i court VIler III'ObtbWnc tile
May 5. I will continue to dedicate talents -' dUcrtmimlJoo. the Attorner& General could do *> V to ten
-N my that the pupae << the ad *** -1IIa&eraJIJ& fwtter i
time, and energy to the, test Education possible .bf. DM tatcnrenUm.RAYDON +,
BURNS SAYS: .IOftIe..It .ekor< (.... R
for your children and mine. rn-+ U* W property riftti. M aUld is 'titre. Es er.print' .
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", set &lie dMlractlM W SUiet Btgkts.tRt .-
: 4- p p Of course you know that
/ Sincerely, n-rtDW1 f1J lsOlves
., you can't find better values Federal fw te. aotkorty ..Ukc affirmative ao-
Your friend Uoo-Jncludlnt. u a lad resent a eutofl .( fMent" luix -
anywhere in town. Come in U end diMdmlnkUon to VMereily! u. ..4 III'OI1'IIM matt u
: IcMoI w botixtal oaatnieuo or ,acs la aj ,
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> :: /, HARRY T. \ 'REIDy..7.7.AYDJ7rJ1'Jgr .' and see-you'll agree! BATDOM a 1i lKK3) AYS| rtkel Breit. 'el Ml.Thwe .
elf rHeral tvMe b. enter ......... Wetr.t
,.-. :. ..JJ"tJ .ttJ n..I1'J1".FA -g.AI' tote'ate ew . ta ti '.. *M pracrtM wet M MIlt to tckoot cM.r .
'... .. - .rsNir .- >. f '. : \ .. eM a e,aetlelMce. aa4 N feeth.Lst.i .
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OFFICIALLY OPEN! it'eala ha ;r.1..i Se m uteeknlt le talet prse t J''
alto ba g0ea &.ba&cStprtle &Q IDcUndI&aI d, aobyr e t epportW '
G c .UN' M,u. ..sob s et .
"SfMofc vf,.Jwnl . r01 aver... could seek iso.rt inJ\IftcUoGe ejda4. eramtsett r OueSiOa
Florida GAS-FIRED ,U eooettUUon' Mary tetL ,

CampsitesON Tobacco Curing Systems I ...-..BAYBON. I.a Mtwrily,BtmNS tMkta SATS Ow; ,"TM..,..to...11sI.-e...$..esp ..., 1 e ,
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1 Mre.en' s trr !I. rUrW* d9Ic!
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aunt etrte.l( &rea s.ei Mrtaf .e f1rtIII .
THE EA TIFULWITHLACOOCHEE .'.,..1... mctt. ..ir !.n ... .DM wi....., tiny
"na: U) gels '.tt"...\...." .. ,
RIVER i EgAS '" ''ll :lf"'t. 1 ,
+e : ':j111J"7. J. '$ ,
Come on out -Use the Picnic facilites= Fuh in the River,-Inspect : ,
The,Lob : a BURNS
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Drive out State Road>> 6 Turn North on SR 143 : FOR GOVERNOR. .

"' -i\.7 _4.'', J..t".t"r _'__,.DrJ.-rA_- r..M'A-A___ w-- -7$ ;gJ ,. .,(f't.. '
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Hamilton County {, .work .. K '
oat T .gid frtRrltIion / t
I! Since so much has been asked me and shot at me by'the Hamilton :_ !b ., t
County Committee for Better Schools I would like to take this opportunity tit sh
3 to answer their questions and ask them a few questions.. d f1We.

1.1 I did not say that I would "soon"get our school'accredited as you VdaIkythItaceS1 __ / NIter
: stated, But that I would work toward this goal. .JtLtiG. '
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2. You also put in the,part about accreditation that best suited 1 ...if' ,
your candidate. Why didn't you put in all the requirements?, Don't you "
realize that you can't fool all the people all the time? ; 0S.
3. Is this Commitf e' r all interested in Better Schools ,for'our 6 :" "AEST Ick ,
9 children, or i is it an organization to form a Political Machine in this d

A County? J. COWS irw
4. Did you investigate all the students attending Madison by t :
private 'automobile to 'see if all received their share of the alloted .
funds? I checked this out: All of them did not receive their share' -

t 5. Does this Comittee really have our children at heart, or" are *
they only concerned about the "Boss"? 1 1d

6. Does this committee use pressure on non-members to get themto for longif-lastw _
vote their way? E ENING SKY ,. II .

I appeal to the voters of this county to make their own decisions beauty ,-.rl
. instead of letting others decide for them. It is very easy to follow a
9 crowd, but are you satisfied where the crowd has led you in the past? r
Our children should not have to apologize for,their education $4.98 to $7.95 gslAmerica's : I; '-
It is'our' fault that they do not,receive all that is/due/ them and it is S N ,

, "' high time,we do something about it. \ 6 \

' Will our new School receive the same treatment as have our,new
:> Gyms? We are simply throwing money away .in the school System e Finest HousePaint) '
., .... because we are not giving'our attention to the many repairs: which we '''t' .....r,.. '. -; ......; +
'., need so badly.If this is not attended to soon, we will be'out on the clay i. f
courts again or we will be spending another. $300,000 for new Gyms.
How can so much money spent for Buildings be forgotten so easily? I F eau i'f e
We all know that this county does not have much income,revenue 6 I
therefore,>ve must preserve what we have. D. f* '
I ask you to think about education your children have receivedin KITCHENS
the past and compare.it with an Education that they should have ,
.: eo received. Are you satisfied 'Do you 'want "Just new building. with and 4TrI1 '

, .' the same Education? 1
'. I have the time and will give the time to the Educational System BATHROOMS t I Anyfini'sh-Anyquanb'fy-lnsecords' .

in this County. There, substitute' for experience when experience
produces what it has in the past eight years.I 'D.6 ON* Coal Covers''IPTl5Ut| <;!!
$3.98 to $6,93
per gallon ,
I ask you to be a part of the team which will get this educational :\.-' '
. system out of the terrible rut. '' t.t i

A VOTE for George H. ''Wynn will win WASH IT AGAIN..ANDAOAiN MAuoa.LU.a.Ao D< yEUof.
a .......sii tlsw.il.sal.rat';
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GEORGE, H. WYNN .'..tMq..,..web...ee4....4wetll.... .......M.*, J. 0. Burch! Co. .. ,{,
r* !$ Candidate for SchoolSuperintendent 6 .1 I..taW.....to.*...***.. $4.98 to $7.68 gaL

Q Qs chow from handsome ady-mlx0ct '. JASfER f 7ei ,,
ens e e ss a 'e e SOO Maestro Colors
e i:7 c.v1 : e n a e c ee : or over !J.

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BURNHAM NEWS and grandduaghter w-:,and Mrs.Ernest Post 'Office To Cut
; die fltl1Spet l13 ,1,1f' Fanner and chile en.
w wh --p" By'LOI3 Z1PPEREK
R r' Saturday ServiceThe
Published} Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Burnett of
+ Every Friday
When scheme are laid In advanceit
I* surpislnff how often the circumstances Jacksonville spent Sunday night limited adjustments in some
Second, Class Postage. # Paid at Jasper, I Florida, fit In with them. April Addle 19 Burnett.with, their- .mother Mrs postal services ordered In Washington HI I'S HOW
Subscriptions Strictly in Advance Sir'. .William Osier .'. March 10 by Postmaster General FLOII A'SHNIOI 7
e John A. GranousU to save
.$3.00 in Hamilton: unty'- $4.00 Outside of County Wade Skeen .son of Mr and Mrs.J. HIT mUMon will take effect l1NATORspUSXRP
Cards, of Thanks I .'. .. . $|.00, MinimumTelephone and Mrs.Mrs.Earl Roebuck Roebuck father and ton Mr.Eddie E. W. Skeen has been confined toSuwannee'Ccunty'hospital In Jasper Post Office and other
p in dUes May 444 Postmaster CXCaln ...
to. SYcamore 2-6331 J. Miller pent several days theM Oak for the past several days said
, Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Ehlert.,Editors and Publishers eln of april lz. In Petal Mississippi where he underwent surgery.! We Since today.we do not have city deli HOLLANDSTANDS '
with their daughter and sister hope Wade will be able to return ,
win be
very we not affected by the
f . home soon recent tiding on parcel post delivery ASSKTANM
--V.3-.Yft.T M10ICAL
r. "' & v. .7"T4A"' Y ""J..c.7.Jtf" _41'r..7A.'t'J ON
and parcel post will continue
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' 'VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT. .. DIana Miss Lynn Marie Sullivan WBUams'Jacksonvillespent and niece I to be delivered by the Rural routes. Senator Holland strongly supports wodleolbt teats.ant. .
with Window services will be affected t. FJorfda' older dNssns.two pr.p.sals bites"
several days last week
their parents and-grandparenU Mr In the Jasper Post 'omc 'The .n offend > ?Medicare and .n K'rr-Millt
;: and Mrs.,Winston'Williams spending money order window win be closed ,rlach.Modlcof off.n only limited ho.pltcUJ
): this all day Saturday and Rural routes and Is flnancr1 *- additional i -rfol s.cvrfty i Iax
Harry T. Reid : > week with-Mr. and Mrs.
: ; : WUUams are ,theU>;arandch: dren win not accept" applications' for administered by tb. Oovtmmlllt. It coy.n all
Wesely and Cindy.Wlffisuns! also of money orders on that day. There. ',arsons, Itch and ,nor, but d." not cover doettr'biOI. '
Jacksonville #* win not be any postal savings business On the other" hand K.n-MW. COYIII both h"
I ; County Superintendent of Schools i on Saturdays. ,All window pttal and doctor bWi and prIMVO only thou who
L Mrs Ruby Mae Burnett of Jack.sonv1Be service such as inquiry claims, the ns d. It U financed GIld administered by
4 last meter settings,and box rents collections : Fodorol wppot. Our. ..nthsflodda
spent Thursday night: out slots with l largo
LET'S LOOK" AT," THE RECORD with her,morther, Mrs.'Addle Bur win be closed on Saturdays. dslt alton' In Congrtss voted for wo Jwrr.Mlid .
We win maintain a window for It
t\ The statement. s.Veen made that the Ham-., .' nett.Oh .'. '.' the delivery and and acceptance of of parcel for CI epprocch.two year p.ifod Our lolo as 4 loglslotuM d 36.f our approved states and
to have the gift to think for post delivery COD art. comlftlfted at a eta?.and nation
jilton School ,. icles. Also win have window """orf.,
County Bard has received' we ser
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: ourselves think for others
: : ; money as we can vice,at the General Delivery window .. to try the Ktrr-MIlIt wroaeh for tWe yHrt
fortransporta'tion to the Junior Colleges and has ., .,A..P. Saboi and will sell postage at this changst.are n.ce'spry, we'con mate them to dtf.asIVfI -,
adequate. m.tlleel a .rlfonce
window, but we urge Postal Patrons ttoo or.r.
Mr. and Mrs.Otto Dean Jr. of cP"" 1IIf''
'BOt'used' 'if for: that purpose. Sarasota spent the weekend with to use the Stamp vending sense
their parents Mr. and Mr Otto machine as much as possible: The

Every dollar that the Hamilton County School Deaf.Srt ._._'e" '. Patrons continued, win cooperation help tremendously of Postal r RE ELECT SPESSARD L.

'Board has Senior:L Master 'Sgt' and Mrs. In bringing about the desired er-
received Junior '
for College ; .
transpor- Aubra Young and children Ricky, suits of this new ruing by the Postmaster HOLLANDU.S.
tation'has Laura and of Cocoa Beach] General. Patrons win please
t. teen paid to those students who attend Brett
spent the weekend with their par transact an of their money orders I SENATOR
the Junior Colleges' : .j in) Madison, 'and who travel ents and grandparents Mr. and I urdays.purchases on week days before Sat.
Mrs.George Young Sr, and:Mr. and .

,. .i back and fortfffrom Hamilton: County each day.. Mrs. Leon IScaft. .__....___..- ....:r.g. ....._.. ..'t&.JJ J.-.4, v.'ftt.I.'J.1:- i

':The money) i is, 'paid i :,each I '. 'year:.late in\ June uponthe'basis' children Mr. and,were Mrs t home S. Mv Morgan from Jacksonville and To All The Citizens Of

; of certifiedjists! ; ,from the College. spending the weekend with .
: their mother. ) Mrs.., ., .Annie.' Morgan '. ...r.:
"The-money.'cpmes( frpm" the Madison County Mr.and Mrs.: David Keeling were
'' fortunate in ,having: all of their Hamilton County ';'
School '
k Board is
.I equally among .thestudents.Fhe.money children home with them Sunday
1 Alsot:.pending I Sunday with ,them
t : for the.1963-64 School i:
were Mr. and.Mrs'Coy Nelson of '
: As you know I am a candidate for re-election I to the County School

t ''willlfe: t.aijlJI\:1un.e: .19fi4:and:will be paid! as out- Jacksonville.4. Board. It was my desire to see each one of you personally during this ,
? :Mr. and Mrs..: Franklin Gaston campaign,but I realize that this will be a physical impossibility. Therefore ,
\ \, to.allrstudent'both white 'and negro visited their father-in-law and sis I trust that each of you will take this message as a personal appealto l

1 who:ariY&badk: : and forth'each l r day. All l of the Madison ter Mr. and County Mrs Sunday Leroy afternoon.Dixon in you for your'support and VOTE on'May 5. Y

:lists and amount received from the Madison Coun Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Proctor I deeply,appreciate the honor and confidence that you have bestowed
and children of Waycross,Ga. and in the and if elect me this
upon me past, you again to very important
;ty SchooIBoard are on file in Hamilton Counfty Mr;;.BUI D1rnbam"of"Wphlni.ton
I I Gaapent: the weekend. .w\th their office I will pledge to you my continued efforts to work for the very
School Board office I and the ..record'is.open I t, mother and granmottMy Mn J..8. 'I+u best .educational: opportunities, possible for.every school child in thiscounty.
\. !' ,* ** .".M. |I ;, .?t ', ,y.k : BMw. ham'.end It, .fiMrs. .. l,' ;\1 A If'you-see' fit to elect me tt) this'office, I Ishall*! solicit l '.andwel,, '.i.",
forM1pub& inepectienf"! ..I l' >.. : : ; 'A. L 3tfAwi':of'Jasper come your counsel and advice and shall seek to:act in accord with what
to be the will of the people concerning school affairs.The next
I spent Sawnsai"nlCbt' Sunday seems
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.. ,, BARRY, T. REID ;; with her 'son'and daughter-Maw ,few months,and years are very important in the. educational planning ,
t.f. ...,, ,. ,. ,, ';. 'I '
( : ; Alex Maws.ltfr. .
and Mrs.
I Mr.. : and development in this You will need of experience and
.-THERE : county. men
f.'L...,\ IS. NO.... .: ... .TI1\DJ.FOJLEXPEIIINCE_ _. ..... ... I this time. I believe that I well
._ ,__ ._<;<"T JTT1-*!* '" --:- r i f : ._ Mrs. G, D. Redding and ability to serve you during can serve you
,'; ,.-*-, :' J."t.._ -rw-- .. --: ,- U .j- -- U children;of',:GainesviSe'and Mrs: ,in this capacity and it is my desire to do so. Let me say again that I am

Charles>Brandies and children grateful for your-support in,the past and I shall continue,to be grateful
; : Ocala spent the weekend with tbeIrparenta for influence, and:vote May 5.
your support on
: O.P' tE' 'fOF" and grandparents Mr.

I" ... "'. Mrs. Gordon Aldemuin. Sincerely,
'.7'-. y \ ../ ;i' 11 Roacoe Bennett FRANK'
; .. : : r1 Mrs. and] mother MATTHEWS
Mrs. Fred,Roebuck. :.visited their
HAMILTON COUNTYDear I' granddaughter and great granddaughter ;
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Ladoma Faye Beck In flLVJ.1'g..y.-.x-r-j-r D.J.3J & WVY."fJ.V4'4r'.JrJJ. "TJ1'.1'ff.IVtA"
Pineview General Hospital Sunday
afternoon who has been confined'
Friends: there for the put several days. La. AboutAccreditation
donna Faye Is the daughter of Mr.

\: "I. wish,,that }it were possible l for me to:visitand Fla.and Mali ,Delma''Beck: of Perry, ;

talk withveaih time' .' :
l I :of you but since WilliiOt' : : .
Mrs. Perry McCuQurn of Charles ,
permit,,.Iwill take this, means: of||expressing ton. South Carolina spent Sunday> >! "' ."
night: and :Monday with her grandfather

:i to,you'myjhaiikslor, : your interested support ; Sr. and and Mr.uncle and Mrs.Mr.:7.J.J.T.Zlpperer Zlpperer FACTS THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW

in.the\pastvaSd':.1It this' race for reelectionas Although our schools are now and have been on 'the STATE,

your,School Board.. 'Member., :=i accreditation list for many years, much has been said and implied by
\'J "*" ,. n" one of the candidates for school superintendent that if he were elected

I pledge;to ''Y u'acont nued, active;and,progressive ', .. i our schools would I soon be placed on the Southern Association:

;worker in.our Educational Program and LOW I INTEREST Accreditation list. This he cannot do. Here are the facts

as a member'' LOANS accreditation list are as follows: The NEW Superintendent must
.if and vhen School Bonds are sold,, ,I'will hold a MASTER'S degree in Administration and Supervision. To

do my test,to see that you, the citizens and taxpayers FEDERAL Thru LAND the BANK obtain a MASTER'S 'degree in administration and supervision one
must. have three full of successful teaching experience and
of Hamilton .County, will get a ,;dollarsworth Uve, Oak ,:.4 362.1 S2S hold a valid teaching'certificate years in the area 'of administration and

for'' every dollar spent of this borrowed Federal Land Bank supervision in elementary and secondary schools. It is no longer pos
sible for the Superintendent to qualify while on the job! 'SO
I also promise that I,will work toward restoring t 311 I South Ohio Avenue
NOW for the candidate who is opposing County
our present
unity among the people 'of Hamilton Superintendent, who has had so much to say about this in the local

County' cause without good-will toward each B/U SEARS sciIP paper and.in"public speaking appearances: We would like for him
to clarify or answer just two questions for the benefit of an'inter
other: we all fail.
1 Iapioeu A SBTOC tmOTMUt ested public;
I It will always' be my purpose to conduct my fop KOOIN TMISEARS'SONS* ,saoo/nj BBCMX1JMS 1osa+ 1. Is it not a fact that you, as a candidate for. Superintendent, do
y not in any sense of the word qualify or can hope to qualify
affairs in a manner which will merit your respect. while in office, under these requirements??? .
and confidence. 2. Is it fair to the people to insinuate that you could and would if

elected put our schools on the Southern Accreditation list,
full well that under the it would not be
In knowing requirements
conclusion let to
me ,urge you got "
ti in to do ??
your voting 'place 'on ,May 5th 'and cast your ; : your power so
This committee wants to.make it clear to the people that a new or
VOTE for THE :MAN WITH A RECORD OF'. incoming superintendent could not absent himself from the dutiesof
'FAIRNESS TO ALt- : : this office for the length of time that would be required to be-

come qualified under the requirements.

ALLEN B. TYREE; VOTE for Harry T. Reid, a man throughly qualified for the
job through yean of experience and successful business administrationWe
School *> ,.
.*..' your ,," bring these facts to you, the people, who have every right

': ,.,.!.. '.F .' ,", Board Member, to know the truth.

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Friday, May I I. 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA pp.., '---w.'. "F ; -.1R

M. '(Mitchell l) LEON SANDUN FOR KENNETH'E.SMITH PAYTON BEMBRY JR. "" door of said county at. II:" ........ '.s
the lllh day of May. next to the
HOLCOMB FOR STATE I FOR SHERIFF FOR REPRESENTATIVE;) I-i- 'c- highest bidder far cult a oneelfhthundivided
SENATOR CLERK CIRCUIT COUR1I Public AnnouncementsIN interest In and tw **i> aid,
To the Voters of Hamilton County: r... more or leu, of and (n aaJ4couity
TO the voters of Hamilton County:t and tat IdoaU
:I hereby announce candida a candidate for Clerk of th ; I was born August 24. 1938. five deed:
my e t I'am a candidate for the office ol ell land which I wa by Chart*
\ for the office of State'Senator q'Court of Hamilton County. I wai I mile north of Jasper, and lived hi)' COURT or TUB set In or lo- the ua ber.laift.rd..orlbed. se B.! Ifedrlck tad wife to R. B. Lee
of Hamilton
Sheriff .
the 17th Senatorial District of Flor born and reared in Hamilton County .. I was born In,Hamilton Count. entire We In Hamilton County. I COUNTY COUNTTBYTATfi JULK3K; OFFLORIDA. Ten are hereby. notlfled thai a. suit (now. u.deceased.. recorded) by In deed deed dated heck Nor.II. No..

ida abject to the Democratic Primaries am a membet of,the, Methodist t: !STI a graduate or Jasper High .I has been Sled l against TOU la theabove at. pp. t 'II of Hamilton County.Florida .\
and am 44 years old. tam. marries IN PROBATEIN entitled cage and that yuar :
which' deed and the record
In May. As I am not en- Church and a graduate of Stetsor I and have 4 daughters. School: and hold both State and RE THE ESTATE Or required to IUo your Anwer with thereof reference .. hereby mad
Caged In bualness at this time. ,I University. Law School. I am s, American Farmer Degrees. I am HAY 0. CABON. D* *a*.4 the Clerk of thU Court sad to .erv fer all necessary purpose especially
I to fair and impartial Plaintiff or
promise give 1'O.ALI. WHOM IT MAT CONCERN a copy thereof upon the aad
can serve the that of description by mete
people of the "th past president Hamilton married to the former Alma Fou whose name .
CountyFann service if elected to this office Nolle I* h r br given that MATT Plaintiff attorney* bound of said land. 7Th
Senatorial District on a full time Bureau and served for 12 aker: of White Springs and we have UARABLJ2. the Administrator fll4 and axldreu Ut Ulmer. Murchlaon.Kent. ;
b *l*. I have a definite Your vote and support wffl be all anal r.port a* AdmlnlitraUr of Aahby a Ball ISO Florida Nallenal Interest to bo old being o.*-i-ielahth
objective years as Board Member of the Su one son. I am a member of Bright .. Jacksonville S.
for the greatly appreciated. U. tat of RAT O. CA8ON Bank BulldleK. that wa*'.th* skate .< Mr*.'
17th District and win tell it wannee Valley Rural Electric Co- Pond Baptist Church and have .d| that 'h* baa nld Ma ptitlon for Florida, not later than the 11th day Rhoda Register Lee (new deceased
to the voters the Sincerely Baal dlaohargs. and that n* will *Vly .f May. If you fall to do *o, Le tho J
next few weeks. a* the widow of said R. B *(
I have a director and
operative. served for the scryedas vice
presIdent wilt be entered
I feel Kenneth E. Smith > to the Honorabl JOHN HMcCORMICK. a Deere Pro Confeno underlined Lewt 8. Lee being/ thoadmlatotrator :
my qualification and success past two years as chairman of Hamilton of the Hamilton County Farm Ouatr Jud Hamilton fccalait you for the relief demand* on her estate by appolntmeet -!
i -ai a businessman qualifies me bet --- Bureau. Count,J Vlorlda oa : day of ed In the Complaint. ThU suit U to :: et the Ordinary of Clinch
ter to serve the people of the distI County .ASC Community KENNETH TUTEN FOR Mar, l'4 for approval of cams and remove all. clouds described from the title lo-to County, Georgia. duly quallOed and
Committeemen. Administratordec..d the folIewlB property
for flnal dlechara' a.
r I am fully aware of the needs of aedng *J such, and a eertlfled copy
sated Hamilton County
tJ a1neerelf.lope the voters *. title 14th dar ( Marcia la ,
'Join with me and make this a Your .vote and support wUI be ASSESSOR lamllton: County and I shall endeavor U<<. lowltiTh hi of.*inch letter appointment of admlnMtratloa together aad with of

uoowftd campalcn and then sincerely appreciated. Serving as' Tax Assessor of ," it' elected to represent the MATT MARABLSAdmUUtrator of U>. ..tat* Bait Half (BH) of 'th. the leave to sell the said property a.granted *
wa have a man In the Senate who Respectfully. people7falriy, honestly and aft ic.lentiy. 'of RAT O. CA8ON. dc.nd. Northweit Quarter Hamilton Cu1b11 'a ofrecord
sincere pri- Clinch Co. O all being Sled and
the West Half (WhO of theNortheut -
I April 1 It SO IT .
will itand up and fight for you.; I LEON SANDLIN vUep and welcomed obligation. It 'invite each and every I Quarter I 'than" ) voter In this eounty: to join In this Section On* (1), Townehlp One I Juds of HamUtoit Couety.. Florida;
serve'M my own earapalsn b with this thought that I officially (1) South, Range Fifteen (II) to; which reference U hereby road*..
cainiialEn'and I '
will be forever
treasurer and the Oxnrnerctal GUY McGHIN .FORCOMMISSIONER announce as a candidate for con- IN THB C.ftct1IT'COURT.. Mesa eotoalnlna O** Hundredand Deed will be mad to the parcha-,
Bank of Uve Oak thankful for your vote and support THIRD JUDICIAL, CIRCUITIN Sixty (UO) ten, mere orleu or at said eels by the und.rilnd..'
will be depository DIST. 5 tl'rm.'th1s'capacity for a PAYTON BEMBRY JR. AND FOR HAMILTON a* authorised by law.Reference .
for campaign funds. second COUNTY FLORIDA. WITNESS ray hand and the of
\R. M. (Mitchell .I would like tQ announce my candidacy .. -- IN CHANCERY flcU.1. seal of this Honorable Courttbl ,U aiio mad to the
HOLCOMB, for re-election as County F. Kenneth Tuten ALMERTRA MITCHICLL. Tth day. of April. X D u... record la the office *f said Cot
I I I your GEORGE WYNN FORSUPERINTENDENT Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court. Judge for record of certified copy,of'
Commissioner tramthe", FifthDistrict "a- By Alto Jon.*, Deputy, ClerkApril the proceedingla said Court of
JOEL SELPH QUALIFIES GANG MITCIIBI.L.: ((SEAt.) Ordinary of Clinch Co.. Oa, la rl
I CLINTON MITCHELL I Defendant II. 11 14 May i Estate of R. E. Lee. t* declare notdmlnUtralloa
COUNTY COMM. I am"grateful for your support OF SCHOOLSTo IN THE NAME AND BT THE ..&14t\ b Kyne* CampaIgn Fuid, proceedIKIJ *a> hU estats -
: I :years ago Working to Improveour Thl the tills day of May 111(
hereby. i'LORIDAtTo
announce) that I am the'People of Hamilton .. Admr.
arr roads County LEWIS LEE
increase maintenance SANG M1TCHKLI whew .!... -
I ,1, \ 1 Commissioner candidate for the office of County; (efficiency; and provide new services The People of Hainilton County: I hereby announce my candidacy .C .I..MM*. aad addNM .. VN COUNTY, liter Estate: L..of. decetied.Atfdrei Mr*. Rhoda. n...

W the First Coramlisloner's I have tried In office to deserve I hereby announce my candidacy for the.oft'1. of Superintendent of KKOWITl' FLORIDA *: DuPont. Oa.

District your 'trust In appreaiatiu'totyour : tor the county school bOard member ubjl! ? elnftruction: of Hamilton boss A worn fllod I.Bflf this at Court Complaint against having Foe Will b* old before th* court,heuie. April 11, 14. May a| It.

I am forty-*!* years old married .support'Z have sought to give from district number 2.Z Jaunty subject to tie approaching the relief thortln aonfhi being dl
and have three children. I am 29 Democratic Primary May 5, 1964 voreo. You art r.qulr.d to An.w.r
a am old born
personal attention to all requests years and rear- aid C.mplal.t on .r boforo May 14
life-long resident of Hamilton Coun. and suggestions. Most Importantly ed In Hamilton County a memberof I am,26 years of age and a native 1144, furnishing to C. A. Avrlott. Jba.par. .

ty and have been active ss a farmer I'ha", worked to keep my word the First Presbyterian Church of Hamilton County. I am married Florida PlaJntlffa. .!. a: Learn To Skate .
oopp i lh.r.otel.! Dor* Fro Com-
for the past, twenty-five years given ,when you, elected.me. Jasper and engaged In farming and to Mary Alice Crawford of Dalton, r.... will b.J altered acatnit you. r
Twill f If elected, cooperate with Your commissioner tar the nitrogen business. Georgia, who It presently serving : r.rmttla" and the ONflalal -No Additional Charge
progress. Court at Jaanr..
other(Commissioners on the ;faculty of White Springs '
( to
promote Guy The oldest of our three children ,
McGIN I'lorlda, thU trd d 1' oC April.> A. D.Th.lma

*and nd preserve progressive an,honest County efficient Government will begin elementary';-.school- ,In High Home School Economics.I teaching. in the field of r l ewla. Clark Circuit BEGINNERS CLASSES WILL BE HELD
HOUSTON ROBERTS am the son of N. Broward Wynn Florida Court, of Hamilton Alice Jon Cogaty. D., EVERY
I am VLtYyand by SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2 to 5 j jAt
I win appreciate vote and sincerely Interested and the former Louise Hunter who Clerk
your FOR'STATE'SENATORI'hereby I In the educational: program of II the daughter the late J. Bart (SEAL)
support\ in the forthcoming election. I Hamilton C. A. Avri.tt.Jasper .
Ccu1ty'ancI U elected'tothis
Hunter Sr
Respectfully JOEL] submitted, announce my candidacy office I will strive to provide: Z received my. Bachelor of Scl I'',FlerieSaApr. 17. 3/ May SIN DIXIE ROLLER 'RINK :'
SELPH toe State Senator from
the 17th Senatorial the best education
possible for the
ence Degree In June, 1963. from
DUtrlct I feel that THE CIRCUIT COURT.
having children of Hamilton Qourh y. J Berry: College, Mt. Berry: Ca. IN AND FOR HAMILTON < 1
ISAAC (IKE) SHIVER served In the legislature for 12 I earnestly solicit your vote and Your vote and support will greatly COUNTT. FLORIDA. Jasper Route 6
years; I will be able to serve my. I\IPPOI1In the children IN CHANCERT. J
FOR COUNTY COMM. forthcoming election. benefit your and our CONTINENTAL' : CANCOMPANY ,I .-' I''.
district better '
result of this
as a
Sincere. county. 'Ul<7.. n
)Elect: Isaac (Ike) Shiver your experience. Clinton, S. Mitchell GEORGE WYNN A ()oqen.Plaintiff...

County Commissioner from Prectocts My. experience Includes"S yean -e-
one ,and seven, ;r our vote In the House of Representatives. 4 BBSSnO OSiBHlf.' :t.at.DefeodanM.. FARMERS:.

and support wffl be appreciated In the Senate and 4 years on the HARRY T.REID: FOR J, ,W McALPIN SEEKS NOTICE or ecir .
: THE: STATE Or FLORIDA I For thcibcBfiln I protection and'coverage: For the
ISAAC:J OKE1.: SOWER. Uverft $(tyOounc1LUe1ected; SCHOOL R&ELECrION.ASFrRESEx .
SUPT. TOi M. A. TMwell. ll 4 Has
pl 'to represent aH.o] > people rATlv11!! Avenue, Richmond, YlrttnlatQntie I most ,reasonable; ,rates and, For the most liberal ad 4
GEORGE L SMlTHf OR bt't e let faWy* and eqaauy\ 4. 'ny -' aide'fellow' clow) ** wn J# and u dead "wnknewn heir, justmente-buy your .
TAX ASSESSOR *' r XARa and support will be ap +ptnla ,Dolydyt I hereby'ajuwisveTncandidacy ..",...*. grantees: and other per

,.. ;JJ.i( ,nj V S> -::::. Z hereby announce-my- -candidacy for,:re-electton,' as 4R drps ntaUv der eoat him claiming| by. through er ma-
I hereby a 1naunc ',that am a ;t'YY ,'w. RsE t'! 'tor'rt-electlori as Superintendent for Hamilton County t W the1 Florid 'The unknown belri, devisees. ar.". HAIL INSURANCE(
,, : ".;; Legislators subject to the approaching tee. and ether perton claiming
candidate for the office of tax assessor -- -- of,Public Inrtructloa rot, Hamilton 1 b,. through or vader the follow ,, rd
subject to 'the''Democratic: JERRY B. SMTIH FOR- aounty./tf- rsheltcted to,this 1mpottantomcei Democratic Primary;Mny, 1964If ln. named ,persons known to b* 1
honored with reelection t 0I deeeaaed. ,1'1 William 0,.... -from--
primary in In making ,
May. this
I;promts* 'to. continue ..
daMd wily Qreeae.
COUNTY .e. *
race I pledge youatuil time tax -. COMM. .the.worH that has been star*. I nerve the'people 'of our roMy tor ed| Qulncy Green. deeeaeedi:"..,. JONES INSURANCE AGENCY
assessor as I have no other later.eat 'roo '" PlioPLE\V e.s In w. county tQctve: our boys another term ,In thisx capacity, it IIN! Green deoeaaed Ida Oran d .

but to serve the people.of my I I0ult7. Or> ,j 1MB|&m, ON\OXKTT\ "] and girls the best possible educate atngenfly shall,be.iny pansi.conthnpq 4 purpose of an leg to ::4.fll* Green*Lewis Oreea(,Mr de*.eaeed O. A.| 1 :'No Mftiiiiant<>'rJues or ginualcirt .... ..?.-. 792-2021 .
I passage Lewis), deeeaiedi and '
win a* an times have the tonal against
i X hSeby announce my candidacyfor : opportunity; : : Illation coming Before the House, any sad all, pereon Itarlocter Just foodjbuunu.cef' :Jnvtpar. FlorU
of aid
interest the at hart )
\ County Commissioner: of District I will sgc sc1ate'yotw: vote and wMch tends forthe best' lalmla.. a.y right, title. or Inter s. r* i tv* '

.. will at any time be ready to discuss lVa: 5. npe of IInteIWt __. _____u__:- -- -- -. -.-\
and benefit Hamilton County and -- -- .M.
with problem that .
''IJ'M you any you I'
; ',I 'Your,vote and : wfll -beappreciated. Sincerely; "'
Ftp"'\: may have concerning your assessment support Its c1tJzent.J at} ,
t....*..".;.,, -1 ,I want to thank each and .,.**:...* ."> Harry tT'Re1d" At the same time; I shall bend I r

c every voter In this county for your smeereJr,' my untiring efforts toward defeatof ...
. ; vote and support In this campalga. JERRY B. SMITH an laws contrary to that end.,
1 : Sincerely During my tenure as a memberof

George! L. Smith N. J. (Jack) BISPHAM CO. COMMISSIONER the Florida House I have served ,
committees ( '
on: practically all of the 'e
FOR'STATESENATOK'FOR 'This ,.Is feT Announcedacy 'mi..Ji. dJ I
Bob ? ; of that body and have thereby
R. ( )
for reelection to the office gained experience' which, together
CLERK OF COURT I hereby announce my candidacy of County CommissionerDistrict with 'the respect and cooperation

for State Senator,from the 11th Sen- 3, comprised if _Voting Precincts of my colleagues whom it has been st

To the Voters of Hamilton County:a torlal District of Florida I.sln- ,,2 and 5, In the May 5. 1964'. Democratic my privilege work with, I feel
I have qualified as a candldatecerely feel that my experience as a in .
Primary Ejection. art Important factors my quailcations
for the office of Qerk of the Circuit dairyman,' farmer and business- Jthke
to serve
Court of Hamilton County subjectman qualifies me to know the needsto Since serving as your County you
the Democratic Primary In May.of the district I shall. If elected. bmmtoloner for the past term I I earnestly! t solicit- your vot.upport. ands t

I am 46 years of age, and a native represent the people of this district have gained valuable experience t i Ma +
of Hamilton County. I am a Mason,falrly, honestly and to the best of from serving on State Committeesand J. W McALPIN, terfla.
a member: of the Hamilton County:; my ability I Invite each and every Attending State Association of
Chamber of Commerce, and a memvoter In the county to join In this County ;Coqtmlitloners'",meetings, ---,--- .

her of the board of directors of thec.mpalgn and I wfll be ever grate- I'have also gained much experience ALLEN B.:'TYREEEEKS '

Jasper Communtty; Developmental for your vote and support I working with my; fellow Commissioners REELECTIONTO

Corp.t ) hall serve as my own campaignI and other County Officials,
believe that my many :years oftreaturer and the Commercial Bank and from serving as Chairman ofyour SCHOOL BOARDTo

service to the public in varicus0f Live Oak will be depository for Board of County Ootnrnlsstoners. .
has the the People of Hamilton County f ft
capacities given me prsc-campaign funds. In every respect I have worked
tical experience to serve the people jj( j. (Jack) BtSPHAM toward betterment of Hamilton hereby announce my candidacy
wen In this office. I sincerely soLicit for a member of the Board of Pubic
I your vote and ItWOI1' on May County with advantages for ALL the Instruction of Hamilton. County .

,} 5t. CHARUE RHODEN people. i.A IflJ'JlfJ;; J JI

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

this ,,office I will continue to serve privilege and honot:affcrdcd.lnui j jIn

; t Sheriff Charlie Rhoden has announced each.of you fairly and Impartiallyover serving you In the past. '

FRANK'MATl'HEWS ,: that he will be a candidate :,thej] entire County. I again I earnestly solicit your vote sM

FOR SCHOOL BOARD j for j re-election to the office of Shertt pledge to you faithful, efficient, i support In the forthcoming primaryand
j :of Hamilton County. and courteous service u a County If reelected to this Important

' To the voters of Hamilton County: "I sincerely thank an of the citizens -I Gorumlsslooer to the best of my Board I will endeavor to serve all a

, ... I hereby announce my candidacy for their support during the &bID!)'.. the people of the county: ,ss Z have

i' for School Board member in the past years;; and, I thank: each of I,will appreciate your vote ..ndaupport. always done.

3rd District ;you for having honored me with I believe the children Countywide ,. I U la 1 atJ jnabl4a h
, It has been my privilege to serve,this position.' Respectfully; should have equal educational

It you as school board member In "I promise that you will CODtInue < Jack Vlnson pportunltles. ( isnP'1q
the past wish to express my appreciation 4 '
to have the services: of pro Sincerely, e "T"
to the people of this county ;
tection and I assistant from this MAURICE BENNETTIS
for their support and cooperation :;
office In the future that you have. ,
In seeking better education and better CANDIDATE FOR
facilities for our :youth. had during the put two terms. I CONTINUING PURINA RiSEABCH ..r

At this time I ask you to elect "I sincerely request your vote COUNTY COMM. Antennas I IIt

i me, ;your servant for another term. and. support" Respectfully T*The Feepis j 51 HamllUHi Cnmiyi I New I Ont of the "extroe' you get when you feed from tfit h4+cAer6oard btY u.

Sincerely, I, I am a candidate for County Com % ** Plait
QarIthoden With 30 ft Pole .Alaeedr poutw t. at
Frank Matthews,, missloner In District 3 Composed of The of ves(oek and Research

2nd. and 5th. voting precincts.If IruUHed try are under continuing study at Purina] search Farm*. o4l c rtyf g the

4 The Complexity of Today'sCan elected I will try to do the ,Research laboratories and firms across the'country. erboard label'bYi4fprong th ,
very best Job that I can for the ,
In Hamilton ,. ,
people County.
I and
Our servicemen are
Your vote and support tvm:1- :'be- : Ye Purina has devoted mdre'lhan 80 years oil In handtinf feedjfltaUon

DEMANDS appreciated __ .. T. Shop
Sincerely, practical research to gas tlog sneers front problems."fitj art- Y

CARE Maurice ,Dennett Phone birds and animal M to,what; they need to with new derelopasenU !la Paris*i '

EXPERT meat milk; and at low
IQ s' Ilesb A ma produce'more eggs
,W., M. (Matt) MARABLE 792-6565 cost. You.can depend on thei blip.re p
**, i ftd ib.rA4' ,
Each new Purina Chow or Health Aid we pay,, ,

We give those important extra Board t am memberD i candidate ztrct Three.for School: Mil has already proved It* value taji urinaiPROVI meet yen and serve you!

service with a smile When you r Z am rnatI1ed;and have three ..Y TIllE IiflItaJ..E TO YOUprLlliia WRIdA ifEIIDINaCAN COST

children In'the public schools of +,
drive in here for pi we always Hamilton County. i midi

I am a native and Sue-long resIdent .
check your oil, Urea, wdel'level of Hamilton 1
County with the BROWNE

and clean your windshield.i . exception service during of tare World years War of mffltar n end rOllEr 1 E. C.' C ...

CAR WASH only $2.00 nine months during the Korean

Jerry Smith's It elected 1'wilt serve tO'the bed '

of my. ability and will at an times

GULF STATION I serve each of you honestly.Respectiki&y, IIRNED'.I.

Jasper Telephone 792-3781. -. W, 1C. Matt) MARABLE !

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t and .ttnlciiw: ,we11'wlnfornied ed by conveyor'b lt.and '
r ToolaIe'to'Classify l l up a can recommend both tin f1eh.Inc COUNTY ..
guides are provided to take carried three stories up, to be 1-
To Citizens of Ilamilton ifoup< v -i vtsltori in groups through Ithegiant dropped Into the grinding machines and the delightful accora- Please read carefully: the
County By RUSSKLh: KAT .
., mill which b gine opera- tibet sHred and squeeze ttonL, many articles appearing in
1 rjte tion In tho fall and it until drop of Juice Is '
: '*!f Because of the fact that I have While'BRusMll you wont,I find Kay It listed on a 24fiouriday buts operates until removed,every and only! bagasse remains i t this issue of our paper. --
the harvest season ends In the and a river of' cane
:peeiOill) i I and at times I must work, among attractions the designed numerous to 'interest Florida spring. juice Howe constantly day and f
night into the many processIng JACK VINSON
it will be and entertain our thousand ofvisitore'the' On 'reeunt ybit. to'Clewis-' .
impossible to all of until it .
see, you ; '' : world' largest ton I was informed by :'AfwJitawt finally emery
people. sugarhouse!is taking its place to the\ President William yes as raw sugar and Is sacked I EXPRESSES APPRECIATIONTo
'. as a major: attraction. Lanier! that the number of for 'delivery! to the "refinery. ,

v't I will.appreciate.your vote, for, a And while moat of our larce1Muatrfa.1 In?' 'annually and that the !InIng' corporation Clew1 ton, Is borne one of of the the sugar most : THE .CITIZENS AND VOTERSOF
annually and that 'h'e interwt
,,Y .second term on May 5th. courage visitors.plants and donlt look( upon en" they show in the: opera. attractive 'unall, forms in tba HAMILTON COUNTYI
tion Is surprising.when state and like, the; rest of Florida
'1 them: as more or lhe' of a is growing, 'steadily. .The '
i Guy McGhin, disturbing nuisance, the United the, mil) was ,tint opened rich soil lends itself to the I have enjoyed serving as your County Commissioner -
: : Chairman of The I States Sugar Corporation at to, visitors ;many ,years growing of .all 'manner of tropIcal District 3, the past term. I have tried to the
I I Clewiston believe thai from a ago few folks,, teemed inttre plant and trees and the, best of my ability to represent our entire County.fairly -,
Board'County standpoint of good will and I sated 'an'd small nUmber citizens, proud, of their' com '
Commissioners a
and J impartially I ,feel I better qualified to
public relations courtesies extended took'advantage of'.seeing the munitymake the most of it am.
while effort to. visitors li a worth. plant in operatkn 'Hut their with neat well kept lawns and serve;a- secona. term p W(that I have. the,experience
No admission number' has :'steadily 'Increased grounds and colorful plantings. ahd know more aboutour; 'county operation..!will, do
.-..--..............................._....... _. charge Is made each bravest' season and the While a number of hew best funds and that
-;--------;- 1964 ,e.orhlcl1, endedMarch" mo-dern'motels have been builtin my to spend your properly to see

"'22 >as/thw./( pegs ''yeat' recent years, Ih famed Clew- they'are i allocated where needed most. My' earnest '
'" with a tot tat'o'rf'' >28.&Z4; an In- istorv: bint built,and 'maintained desire is to Better our County iii'every iaY"DOs.sible.!' i iI
"' rea.. of morel)t ttinVT.OOO': by the United .Stales; 'Sugar' I I NEED YOUR HELP! '' > ,
': I' over the! 1963 total. and an all CorporationW'tWe; / pride of,thcommunity. -

<>.: t'am sorry' that, it, has been impossible for, : ''' i time At the record.' start of the tour the J It is impossible for me. to contact each of you

So'excellent' the bass fishing personally due to' the fact that this is busy
to visitor sees the cane as it: is a very
me see and talk with '
each of you but time will, 'comes from the field In railroad in this are that hundreds I time for ,all of us. ,However:, when you cast your

pnot: ;'permit., :', dumped, cars, a and carload'automatically' at ''a time, of Iston spojtmen'each year Journey' ; I have to,caught i Clew- i vote on May '5; I would, sincerely appreciate you
;* ,. into a hopper where it, Is pick myshare, of lunkers there-end : making JACK VINSON, your choice for the Office:
t I wish ito take 'this opportunity of thanking I 'of County Commissioner District '3.. I will continue:

to serve each of Faithfully Courteously, and Efficiently -
f you kindness and FRESH
your support have
to' the best of my ability, if honored with

sh'owii'. me -'i in l'die-:,'past, 'J. : -'. re-election to this office for a "second term"

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:No.1: Ever request for service presented' !Ltme i 50c Dozen .
: Respectfully,
my prompt attention. ,",'" ; I
No. 2_' ,Adopt .a, progressive :road and high .',:'.' Phone 792-4221 I COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT' 3 '

improvement arid ,-,-,---- .
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way ,construction program ,< k, '
.No.3 Establish program for the:permaiieiit "'THE'FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON (A Daly Feature)
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care, and maintenance: .of the:,many rural cemeteries r fit. 1I UNDERSTANb IBLh 5 A li /CFtIt.DREN{13F1'tEF TrF1ATg

(' t throughout the,. County M BIBLE-READIPI4'INSG10013 'AS taA561G A5 ..- Rsel tixkS r. .

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l. Banking House -............................ 9,000.00 1 .
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IWHTTE: Pittsburg, Pa. to "General'"Conference. week' trip to Nassau. Polo, daughter
SPRINGS ..They wfll be away one week. l ( : of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. dardy. I t ;

NEWS, ,Honorable Judge John McCbrm- worts'with Florida National Bank + r ,

,let will be In charge ot the Sunday T WlX-i In Jacksonville.. "
by Mary ColfljM _
service In the absence of) our mWs :
The Long Branch Con r'egmdlanal ter REID OWENS ENGAGEMENT!: rtt

Methodist Church will have a tried 8 At a tea In Live Oak Saturday, e' '
Chidden Dinner et the :City, Hall The W. S. C. S. will*meet hi the cfCtik S April 26, the engagement' of Misa
Tuesday, May 5th. The dinners will Educational building at the Methodist Mary Lou Owens to Mr. Harry T.
be served beginning at 11:00 ajn. Reid Jr. was announced. The wedding
church on Monday night, May .
The cost is All : will be solemnized .
J100 per plate proceeds 4. at ''(:30 pm. The leader Is Mrs. ttn June 21. :"';. \ '
wlQ go toward,, the 'church Mollie Kllpatrick. The hostesses ,- .. The hostess for the afternoon .
1 building fart Everyone is Invited. I > were Mrs C. P. Huffman Mrs '
. are Mrs. Beverly BuDard and b>rs. ADAMS AND DEGGERT ;
itet'ot: James D. Bruce, Mrs. Cross JUNE JAMES :JR.WED
Marie McDuffle. Everyone is Invited Oh, to be In England flowers on :your neighbor'sdoorrV Emory :
Rev. Harry Goddard and Mr W.i Mlu Caroline Huffman. r il. :
; Now that April's there. Maybe after we catch up ti j f
D. Feagle will leave May 1 to go to And whoever'wakes in England wtth all our rush of duties we will Miss Owens is the daughter of i
back to old pleasant leisurely Mrs.; Louise Owens ot Live Oak. ,
Sees some morning,unaware, go j
Mr. Reid Is the son of Mr. and Mn
I CLASSIFIED ADS That the lowest boughs and the w ways/f .
V"T5& Harry T. Reid. r ,
Brushwood sheaf .
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.'CeoTKia-Geol'lia Georgia 01
Round the elm tree bole are In +
VE-UVEI! WATER JKONTAUb ANU tiny leaf my: :mind. Just an old sweet song It's Just a little street where cad

30-gal glass lined water heaters, WATER VIEW While the Chaffinch sings on the keeps Georgia on my mind" T Frlentta Meet and" Love You in the ,

574,90; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators J189- Beautiful, newly developed, na orchard bough That's exactly what Georgia does Same Old Way. d't
95 w.t.; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers vigable to Gulf Famous fishing In to me ,in the kingdom of friend Col. and Mn. Russet Frank of t
England now i \
199.95 473 Ib. Upright Freezers Jacksonville and their sister, Mrs. ,
and hunting. Best for Investment follows ships.
And after April, wheA May b
$23993; 647-lb. Upright Freezers holiday homes and retirement And the white throat builds, And so we made a trip to Georgia Jim Jeffords of Florence, S. Carolina '
$29995; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost Umlted amounts. and all the swallows t just to feel the warmth of kinship came by to speak to us and J b
Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freeze to see the Baptist Church (neW to
Reasonable restrictions and rea Hark, where blossomed and friendship of the Ollie I
$24993 wt. 5-year warranty at sonable prices. my pear tree In Cordele. and we were loathe to Mrs. Jeffords) and to drive out to ;J i

Manning's Radio Service, call 792- Al O'Quinn Lodge, Steinhatchee In the hedge return home so( soon. Evergreen. Mn. Jeffords Is remembered I ,;,

4421, Jasper tic Phone 498-3930, Cross City; Fla. Leans to the field and scatters on) Ollie and Nona Home and their as Gusiye Frank They
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin IMp the clover six"children, all ''grown and with are all choice friends who lived in

Live Oak Florida for all your Blossoms and dew drops their own families now have been Jasper many years. ago now, I ,...
musical needs from and our friends for more than 50 years
organs Plate Glass Co. at the bent spray's e eThat's --
Georgia is
"Alcohol a depressant, It ls also
pianos to records and
record play. the wise thrush; he sings
ers. tfcREPAIRS O Store PYonlte each twice "_ Mrs. W, A. Lewis and Miss a kWer. The death rate from
Mirrors Kellver song '
alcoholism is greater than casual "
Yvonne Manning went to Atlanta on
-M.- -Robert t
e Tub Fnrlrwure, Showers Browning ties from ,
Thelma cancer.
: the weekend to see Miss
H3 W Savannah Ave. d 12-5283 Jasper "England" in some waytarear's wiz
We repair all types T. V. and heart. Lewis. Yvonne returned Sunday But always-"It can't happen to
radio. Also Small appliances. Man VALDOSTA whlle Mrs. Lewis stayed. me." ;, t v..
Wings Radio Service, Jasper 792- . . l
Robert Louis Stevenson said
4421 tfc FARMERS Mrs. E. E. Cone of) Jacksonville The Methodist Vacation Bible
"A should
chttd always
School is set for June fir Ifa I-
I divided her weekend In Jasper 8 thru 12.
BOUSE FOR SALE IN JASPER !MONEY for your farm operations true Classes wW be scheduled for the 4 ,. r "
and Lake Geneva
Only 2000. Can be financed at reasonable cost Termsto And speak when he Is spoken to, . I 4 year kindergartners thru the ., .
Others $3500 to $7,000 See W. L. fit jour needs. Loans up to And behave mannerly at table; I and Margaret Lewis came 6th grade-or 12 and 13 up year olds rlr1 r C?" .
Bryan. 792-4351, or) Robert Ehlert, I 7 years. Can North Florida Pro- '' At least as far as he Is able. ,
. I for the weekend to visit the home Then on the Sunday following- .
792-4491, Registered Real Estate uctaon Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
June 14 t
returned to Fair a Graduation ,
I folks. Jerry i
Brokers. I RAINR. L. Stevenson
tfp I Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 mont'North Carolina, where he 1s will be presented to the church
--- The rain Is raining( all around,
for his teach and a report of the things t
FOB SALE-HOUSE and 4 acres It falls on field and tree, (doing his internship accom a
near Jasper. Only $6.000. Small ling career. Margaret remained !In plished.
It rains on umbrellas here .
tabacco allotment See W. L. Bryan HOUSE FOR SALE IN JASPER, I Jasper, .
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, 7924491 Only $2,000 See W. L. Bryan, And And on the so ships it rained at sea here blonder' . Ours is the most civilized, most ... ;. ...".... ,

Reg Real Estate Brokers tf 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert] 7924491.Reg and 1\JIesd.ay-more than six Inchs -' Mrs. Edna Browne, Mrs. Mary Christianized nation on earth, yet ;% ,,. \0
Real Estate Brokers. tf !I Frances Lewis and Mrs. Jim Camp 37 million of our own children reelve -
I hear. ... 'I M
FOB SALE '- Joined Mrs. Esther Home at "Nut absolutely. no religious instrucPVancea \\1'' ....Y. 'r
1. Machine .,.... 15.00 USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR for tlon." ,: fitt. II
All Rise" the Home camp, an .. ,
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1 Upright Freezer .......125.00 Sale. Good condition $40 and Mayday Is Friday. April 24. I . Ii.
overnight, stay
1 Chev. 54 model :......... 75,00 ISO. Mannings Radio Repair, Jas- An old custom still used In other I . Vlnson and her staff of'acatlon i.
1 Refrigerator ............1600 Der. phone 792-4421 tfc ountries I am told, is to hang bas Lenora Lewis and Mary Fiances Bible School workers go The Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Jacksonville was the setting at Jt

1 Typewriter .............. 3200 HELP-WANTED- Experienced I,Lewis are spending this weekend his Thursday to Lake City for a 8 p.m. Saturday; April U, tor' the marriage ot Miss June Elizabeth I '
........:... 2500 Adams and James H. Jr. Reverend' F. W. officiated. %
1% H.P.Motor Cook. Apply In person Twin Lakes SCHOOL PARENTS OF in Atlanta to be with Miss Thelma workshop.A Deggert Lorberg ;1\\0\\

See above at Wonder Bar. A17p Tavern, Twin Lakes, Georgia, 10 HAMILTON COUNTY I who il !In Emory Hospital. hearty welcome Is extended The bride 1 Is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Stewart F. Adams otJennings.

mile S of Valdosta on U.S.41 Itc to all children of the town of ages The bridegroom .Is the, son of Mrs. James ,H. Deggert of '
BOUSE FOR, ENTR ,oc: ROOXS'II7 Please read carefully the Pola Clardy was at home the past 4 to 13 to come to the Daily Vacation Jacksonville and the late Mr. Deggert. ,;i f

day, week or month. Alapaha LOST-Two red and white Bull many ar ,icles appearing in I I weekend. She and five other ynung Bible School of the Methodist in <
Given bride chose slster-in-
marriage by her father the her
MoteL tfc 200 and
between ,
Calves weighing returned from s Church June 8-12.
---- --- 250 Ibs. each Anyone knowing any this Usuc of our paper. ...-.-, women had Just law bin: Sybil Adams of DeLand as matron of honor. Miss Gail Deas x
IGNITION PARTS-I have them The 1 cousin of the ,, bridesmaid and Miss Debbie Mathis of \
thing! about them please call 7926863. "May Breakfast" of the Jasper bride was a j
for aQ makes and models ot. Itp Sr Woman's Club is set for May 8 1 Jacksonville, cousin ot the bride was Junior bridesmaid. Sherry Lynn ,

chain saws, lawn mowers,R.outboard B. THE POLLS AND VOTE FOE, (Friday) at 13:30. 1 Mathls, also cousin of the bride, was flower girt. \
and marine"tuatara. GO TO It U covered dish affair "
RENT-UalanaS.hed Apartment a a
Jackac>n's Garage, Phone 792-3691 \ Frank ,Adams, Lake City, brother of the brtdt, acted as best man .
Mrs. Palmer Smith 792- J hat show"the installation of new"
tfc J and ushers were William D. Watson Jr. and David Ledbetter friends
; .6731. 15Mc officer who will serve for a twi
year term \jot the groom. Anthony Adams,nephew of the bride,was the ring bearer It
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_".. c..- This is one of the big days in thl The bride wore a, floor-length gown of organza with the scooped.
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.. "a neckline and elbow length sleeves in lace and \
7" l CHARLIE'RHODEN very active civic organizations edged guipure a chapel ,
i length ovenkirt edged In front and on the IJottom'With guipure lace.

.t' ;, glove and hat affair"'It Is sold/ Her.flngntip vsO ot Uhialon was"attached to crown ot,
; T *\ I 'w: Dr. and :b1 a. Jim Van Becton o..f carried a bouquet ot whltercses' and ItUk of the.T..fl.y>*;,'f.-lT\ ;; ;r "

,:1 Via Wisconsin were weekend+ guests o I 'The of faffs ., .
NOTICE attendants wore sea turquol..1rHt length dresses **!
Dr. and Mrs. Bill lty aer. The Val I
: with matching overbodlces and overskirts of atilt organ, Their
Bectona were returning from a hoi
< ,_ The matron ot carrMI
were attached to matching moses. honor
: day In the Bahamas and wen1n met '
w.. ._ ,. 70PILLSD'URY'S"GRAND; NATIONAL JacksonvttJe by the Kysers. a basket.ot pink'camaUona and bridesmaids carried baskets ot!daisies '
ENTRANTSRllsburyGeneral The doctors were classmates (a t The flower girl wore a floor-length white silk orgameovrr taffeta with J

BAKE... -OFF CONTEST the University of Oklahoma each matching. he ece.'M 1
,0a / with the degree of D.V.M On the The bride's !mother wore a pink metallic crepe with matching so t

-'. weekend the party of tour made a essorles'and pink sweetheart roses.; : j
: trip to ,the Okeefenokee Swamp.
Electric ., . The bridegroom's mother wore a gold metallic crepe with matching
SHERIFF ,. accessories and yellow sweetheart roses.
Mr and'Mrs; Benton Smith spent ,
if the weekend In Jacksonville with Arlene Boclutsdterend. Bernie Williams served as pianist) and 8O oiatretpectively.

it P'' ," : Contest : the Melvin O. Kellys.Virginia ( Songs were 'Wedding Prayer" and "Oh Perfect Love.
Essay .
; A reception WU held In the recreation hall'at the church with

1 Vickery spent Tuesday friends of the bride, Mrs. W. It Hblden of Jacksonville serving the cake

.o 'I"I He' has served your county. well. He is night with friends In Madison when and bars Janice Adams of Lake ,City, and Mrs.. Becky i J. Adam of j
I the N. Fla. Junior College Glee Cub '
Jasper, a1lten- -Ja\V.of the bride presided at the punch bowL Mrs.'

SUBJECT: Why I would like to own a on call 24 hours a, day' to serve you. entertained; sings tor with the the Lions Clee Club.Cub.;VirCtrria Joline Hewett,friend of the bride, presided at the bride's book. After

the,reception the couple left for a honeymoon! to Ormond Beach, Florida.

Electric Americana Range with VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT Ulma Braswell and Jessie Mae The bride chose a pink silk shantung dress with matching jacket

;General Ackery picked: lots of strawberries fen her wedding trio She had a white orchid corsage and white accessories. I

., The couple win reside at 7007 Fontalntleau>
Crescent Jacky 4,"r
i \ .a Self Cleaning Oven. Charlie c Rhoden -.114.continued Mtrarrs en page'ta 0 war ,onvtn. i+i

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: 1. Only contestants In the PBUbury Bake-Off

'I+j' Contest who are eligible.are customer of Florida Power Corporatlon -. Your Sheriff THE VOTERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY

,?>:-1 2. The essay shall be between 200 and 250
. ; words typewritten or legibly written. As Chairman of the Hamilton County Committee ,

t 1 ., Sincerely For Better Schools I take this
opportunity ,
3. The essay MUST be accompanied by a duplicate ;

copy of your offldal fillecMn Pllltbury Entry '. your friend, to thank every member of the committee

I.:: Form. 'for that have done thus far.
the.splendid job you : .
4. All become the property of Florida CHARLIE C. RHODEN
h? Power Corporation. .' '. I also want to thank the many people throughout -

(Adv paid for by Charlie Rhoden)
t' 5. Decision of the Judges Is f(na1. .' the county who have supported us in our '

;/. 6. Employees of Florida Power Corporation and : efforts to secure a better educational] system for '"

."', General Electric Company and their Immediate all our children. ,

families may not enter this contest. -

W. .* 7.. All entries must be postmarked no later thin IF YOU NEED Let me remind you that the',job is not yet com '' '

{) '1'1 I!.. midnight May 311964.They are to be tent to
TRANSPORTATION pleted. We must go to the polls.on next Tuesday, ,. ''
Home ) Department ,
5th and cast votes for the men who have u, '
fW Florida Power Corporation May our ,

(- j,1 : .- St.P. O.Petersburg Box 14042, Florida 33733 TO,.THE,, POLLS( NEXT TUESDAY pledged ,themselves to complete this job ';,

.' 9t The author tM best essay In the opinion of .'. The committee feels that our present,Superintendent '

t the fudges| will receive e General!,Electric Americana .
range-modal rfJ786Y. is the man to do this job: Now'' is the '

: 7N / 792-4211 time to secure a good school system. IN THIS WE '

It-,, FLORIDAPOWER (, I We- .Need- Your. Vote! l\IUSTNOTFAIL' : i'olt. "" ,. r, r,,

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I i ', : Sincerely) l (. .r.. !iI'1 ,,;' ,
CORPORATION ', ;.Hamilton County:Committee for ,,Better Schools : J"BILLY.HILL \..

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seta ,rtntcQuat J ,11014 Elisabeth Gamette to Foster IL
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STATE SENATOR -Assorted 'Pot Plants '.. '
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To The People Of Rev and Mrs.. N. M. RoweD of

HAMILTON\ ,COUNTY' Jennings approaching announce'marrlagt the engagementand of,their MaSYLIFELIHE !I'

daughter, Sandria Joy to Thomas .
First : Wayne Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs.T .
I want to express my gratitude for the words of confi-fl '
B.Hkmt Jennings.
dence, encouragement, and support I have received thus far in my I
/' "* Jit f The wedding,wflU be an event of I Garnette Hlckman is a junior at .'
campaign. 1 I June 12 at 6 p.m. In the New Hope: Florida State University and a
My home is located four miles west,of Live ,Oak on U. ,S., 90I : Baptist Church near, Jennings. A'' member of the Alpha XI Delta Sorority -
I am married to the former Barbara Burgess of Sarasota. We have reception will follow at the home of Foster graduates this Spring IHHFBIC ,23CREEN."]
', five children; two married, two in school, and a young baby.. VIr. and Mrs. James F,TPlttman Jr.'' from Florida State University andis
I In 1956 I moved my family to Suwannee County, purchased a No invitations are being sent but a member of Delta Chi Fraternity 111111 IIUi!
an friends and relatives of the couple
dairy farm established our home, and bought part interest in Suwannee are invited to attend. announced
will be
Valley. Dairies in Lake City. at Wedding a later date.plans Or.r.M al.,. .1 a wna.
: I was born and reared in Sarasota County, Florida, 'graduated, EVE .TIME'A'FOREST I.
from Sarasota High School, and attended the University of Tampa. I "', riREOTHKES: '
,: During the years I have lived in Suwannee County, I have taken ,
F an active part in civic and community affairs, and have become most : YOU i a Mean
: interested in the potential future of thiseedon of our;state. 'My aim a, ,. t1Tt01lt4. M720XEK,
.. in campaigning for this high public1 office is to' help bring prosperity, to, : GET BURNED tI
our area. This can be done-WITH STRONG CAPABLE LEADER. : \... r _,' J .-- i GENERAL'' ip ELECTRIC
)i SHIP. -

Agriculture!' the,backbone of our district and ,t this i ,,nation. ,But oI VOTE FOP KELLY HE WILL REPEAL ,I "DAYLIGHT BLUE" % ,>'*
with the decline in the number of farms and'farm income," we must' n I THE AUTO-TRUCK LICENSE INCREASE i I, :
find other ways to expand our cconor ty., As'a farmer and a dairy ', (IIIt'[ :
man, director of Suwannee County ,Farm Bureau, ,member of the ,Contemporary ebony finish with subtle harmcnWngappointments ,1 ,;"., J JJ
Suwannee County Cattleman ,Association, and director. in several I I : ', Y woke Jt-a defoiatWs'dreeM.. : G-E ''r tt ",.,: '

state organizations, this keeps,me well informed of the agriculture problems 1 : J i engineering give It quality end reliability. a .
that, face.us., As your'senator I will continue to work to help ) .." t ';,,''";: .
Bfe 23" square screen {. si' .
solve these : ..
problems.As : ...,.:...
a school trustee of Suwannee County father of 'school children KELLY .,"Daylight Bin*"picture Offf'V .

member of PTA, supporter of 4-Hand F.FA. programs I have ; 'with-"-., : :Glareector.' .)... '.. ; "" .
,j had the opportunity, to learn)first hand the needs of'our schools.'We t OH GOVIKNOR ',. Up front sound, controls Ia" "' '

r, must'provide the'best education possible for .our children to meet the ak ;Paid b a ur r"a..r. a.fl .+ Full. power trnirter. t $439 95 ., ,.Ij "
j ; challenges'of the changing i world,of f today. 't.. l' "'4 1 \ .. ,, Automctic tSitii Control ."""#= -, .'
;', \ As member,of.jhe,Suwannee.County, Development Authority, ,' ''if.'" \I it 'tot. '.for tuning stability ** ,Jij!; '' "
: ,dizectorofthe Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce'l 1 )have been t4 MisledDon't .11
.ti orkingand: will continue: to work for the economic and industrial de ": e' O. CO.

:"1 t' ,velopmenbOf our area! .,', : J. BJbHtGIrl: .
t Industrial official will give.ua ''a' through ,investigation' before' : .: '. .. ''' be misled. Many .:; I .. ,
'1 'making their decision to give Us the benefit of their business./They will, : :{ I of;you have been,told I by Jasper O. Burch Phone792-3801 ,
'first! of all, look.at1 the,school, situations,'Next/future t 'indusiryvill,con. i: : "H.1t:c'. 4'some of my': opposition!! .... : Billy ,-" Jt....: : O .
skier what we have to offer in recreational facilities for their employeesand ': \ "''. f-!\that I voted or took a walk h- '
I their families. ,: < 'f4Jon I the bill that raised the "

Our most. important natural .resources are+ the world famous ': It automobile STUMPTBROSP.J
x Suwannee River Stephen Foster:Memorial,'the Stale'Park;at'Ellayille, ': b\price Look on your for yourself on ,

and,.the beautiful springs. With the-necessary roads throughout : Iff tag. 1903 of the;Florida t 1 ,
district leading to these recreational sites,'future developments be 4 page State Senate Journal of
a drawing card for thousands of tourists as"well as' future'industry., I: e,; 1963 Session. Houston CASH CARRY ::
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I jSHAUSTRIVEA"f.ALL. TIMES. NOT ONLY WHEN I AM : t .'' ; Roberts voted both times ;

k I' ;' IN 1 TALLAHASSEE to be aware of any and all! opportunities. t ]inwhich '! against the passage of Senate I BUILDING ,MATERIALS :,:S :
I might help our.section. Twill I devote"as much: ::pf t. my..time as 'is i Iti' s. Bill 1395 which is the ''

:i' : ,necessary toy)promote::all worthwhile,projects j during', and ,between :! number of the-bill 'we.- are'discussing. '' '(300.. -- "SOuth iatterson:,\ ,.Valdosta Wit.,! :;,r Georgia f :' ,
/ ,sessions\ of the legislature. I,will notbshifk'mycivic;, and community: ': ( Telephone. ,, A 242-5566 ;'
:; sponsibilities if elected to be your senator I feel that elected officials' 4 ., t d' ; '' r i
.; ''t* ,should provide the leadership and initiative community endeavors. .1 Now, I don't have to 4x8 SHEETS 'Pcr'Sheet "

, : I 1' ; r ..A* your Senator I promise you, that I shall favor nOone, community : | fell you if man makes" a 1/" INTERIOR'raWOtif' ; ) $2.69
t but will : .false.statement toyou"about] one. thing. he,will l another. '
t./ strive to do everything in my power to help the'entire 1 : "' ) .. .
So, letV watch for the' others. r
district., '
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r I I SHALL WORK. IN CLOSECOOPERATION WITH ALL : ,I humbly solicit] ,your vote and your,support fora M"'EXTEnIOR'P4XW! D ...,' $2.94 .
'' second term state senator Representing Lafayette :
r CAPACITIES. Hamiltonand.Suxwannee! Counties. 4x8 SHEETS ",_ .-. r:" ,Per Sheet iJ!. ,, :

': This type..of cooperation must be ,active;if the future of oursection HOUSTON )V. ROBERTS %" C.D. Sheathing1:PlywoOd... $3.42
l it"D ,! of t1eSt-ate'IS, to be assured. County Commissioners. School I "
: 1 ,Board members Gty' officials ,and farm organizations shall be 4x8':SHEETS; 3 per Sheet "
W.: \ often:, consulted ,in ,an, ( effort to: keep them fully informed: of any \ oJ, f /.
legislationpropoaed in Tallahassee.that will affect them, in any way. ; %Prefinish, Mahog. Plywood! $4.80
I promise,you.. the people,as your senator, 'when in Tallahassee ; "en our *!ag potatsN ,.
," i sir most Woa4erfd 1acstlo 4 x 8 sLeets' a M ,
during sessions bf the legislature, and at all times Iwill, conduct,myselfin per

: a bCsipess: like'efficient, and respectable manger. 1 r shall strive to ; rraj 1 r' /" SHEETROCK ....._,..:.......J$44.X( ) ,
) gain the respect and'confidence! of the otherSnembers of legislature l .'5 51 *

r .0 that,we can work' tbgethen. to pass legislation, ,that,will! benefit ourdistrict .:. k's, EWI1 TIME atty. Asphalt,Treated .. ( ., per M '

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',. Our 17th Senatorial District needs a CHANGEr Too many legislative < ', ,
,1 I bills have died in committee. Let's ELECT aWORKING SENATOR i '
:t ? with LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE',k man well informed in all 4 MiTELSfd f", I .' _, :" .. ,,,' .t Per M .. ;:,
phases of our,community ilife., .. j jyj ..... tfSeI-t.tr. all Aar.taaieosslst RockwooditInsulationi 2"' :::; !$40.00"BIRD" } ,
0' ja rooms sa
,.* A1VOTE for Jack Bispham as :'your State Senator on M y'Sth K.. et+''tdt1't2a1> ..lI a..AUuUo .. eoncet.dIUoateg '\ '.;
'b5ote, ,for,a main who willvwork at'aU',times for the develop *u4 bntIItC...adO,TV...Tsl .J Roll
meat; of the district, ,not Just a senator at election' ; time. rwJ ff j Hl&I1'&; ;. 1 Beach. ,.O A H& \Wcl M *** utnrsnt nU Ion 15-]lb. Asphalt? FELT.._.,: .... $1.95 .
I This''Is' my platform' and my pledge to you, On this basis I O Cocktail LooBft O S'l jt tf4 .. I. ..... 1 ,"
earned.solicit your vote and support and will be ever mindful,of myrespowbillties. ; O Potto o.P1aImI II Proms 9x91., ,- Vet ," .r; each
O Jtast abut Iron the tamed boUdwalk aa4flatoTa
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for time toread this. ,
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rEj who do not know that he is IB and opening? the numerous beautifugifts. +inusieal on the South American GUY McGHIN GETSAPPOINTMENT Armed Forces Day Jennings High
; has been for several' weeks now- harp'at:that time The Southern TO
) i : s. & .i'* II' . Baptist Convention meets in'Atlantic MASONIC POST Celebration AtMoodyA.F.B. School NewsJUST
RS'JJ John and Annie Lee Thigpen; Mrs: !Mrs. Graham (Mabelle) black CHy; May 18. They will attend

..' Annie Cason, and Don Arlen Thig' tells met, atat some of the reasons and it wffl be afterward that they Guy' MoGhfai-of'Jasper, Florida A FEW WEEKS LEFTJ l
I 'the weekend i'f)she Is for the Hon. will .be at the Baptist church: here, : .
; -- pen came up past strong . has been appointed 'District DepSeventh .Where has time gone? We reallydo
from their home in New Port Richey -t Spessard L Holland In the United uty'Grand Master of the Full' takeoffs and flyoversby not know:\'We have really rushed
pace 3 for the Cason reunion., States Senate is that he ,helped Mr, Lyle Lodwick; of BaltimoreMd Masonic District of Florida by the power mission ',through this'school'year. We
b/1 new sispersonlo
They also visited the C. B. Harri- bring Industry and culture to this is leaving Friday after a mon Masons la Fir
'of '
Grand 'Master ,
have worked and worked. We hope
aircraft the T-38 win beadUne the
i week, but thej I
ths stay in Hamilton Hospital.Air. I I
: sons, small north Florida county of Hamilton rids, Hbbart ,D. Pethank. The
that we get to the next grade.
15th annual Armed Forces celebration
that Its eaata, . and Mrs. Lodwick and children : Day -
When larger cities and announcement of McGhln's appointment .
So much has to be done in these
belt at Moody.Air Force
store Garden
Don Arlen Thigpen graduated I wanted to block our having tot were driving. to Winter after was made during) the 135th I Base on Saturday May L. The gate I'.I last few weeks: term paper*, tests,
at F.S.U. April 18. In the fall he I Holland for a holiday when soon entering Communication of
Jbacco: warehouses Spessard Annual Grand
of Jennings, suffered heart will open to the public at I:30 son. notebooks and those finals. Will we
plans to enter Stetson Law. schoolin : ) was one of the Senators who Florida, he a the Grand Lodge of Florida] in activities will get it all in? 'W
Hospital W" Rd. Flight line begin at ever
Intersection on
St. Petersburg. stood back of ua 100 percent. Today attack. At the Jacksonville, Florida during April ..
6. They hesitated which road to 9 a.mt with a,Wing,parade honoring
Spessard Holland would go to 21 through: April 23. iniJTES! OF THE BANQUET
is I the student
2-yetr-ol graduating
a Bebe ComoOy ia at home now for Co rHamilton an] take. Mr1 and Mrs. James Deal worshipful Master
bat and McGhin
) County was This affair The
y girL Her birth' them to Jasper i The parade will be followed,with. was wry
the summer She received her degree saw them and led on Caldwell No. 70 .
of Florida which he serves with of John M. Lodge theme was moonlight and roses.
27 and she ceremonies the Base
I Pete Dean.There graduation
at FJS.U. April IS. After her honor and dignity and one that has Hospital and to the of Jasper, during 1962. He is cur- Theater at 10 a.m. The speaker was Mr. Arvel Dru-
of tense,
.* year of practice teaching at Holiday been upright, honorable with no were a number rently a County Commissioner of switchback ry. lie spoke about "our Heritage'
better At 11:15 activities will
Inn school in Jacksonville.Last scandal ever linked with his name. anxious days, but as he grew Hamilton) County. '
He and Ms wife
at the Fir and children went to the flight line area with a[ Jovefy were very
: week she substituted for Mrs.f He gave federal aid to the Stephen Mrs. Lodwick The Seventh Masonic District '
special guests. .
Harvey for few days, concert by the Westside High School
Park a
while she attended the on to Winter
Kennedy Piaster Memorial, that the counties of Columbia,
a place covers
this President James Deas did a wonderful -
meeting will
for the chil band. At noon eight
F.E.A. Convention In Miami. then back to Baltimore
has attracted visitors from all over Suwannee and Hamilton and com- attractive
Don Wether" job as M.C. His
i ; make flyovers of area cities.
: I the world and one of the few places dren's school. the Lodges of Cherry Hilt at..
at the morning break," Mr. prises These flyovers by Moody training date was. Miss KInsey from Lake
I : A in last otot interest in North Florida 'W 've had a lucky Lake City ,
3. Young gratifying reassurance Mary i Ft. White, Wellborn celebration Park.
I aircraft will take the
Sunday Schoo week'! News was the "Colored Groover Holland his wife'and daughter Lodwigc: said Wednesday Barrett at Live Oak Hayward at: Jackie filers entertained the
and went to area citizens unable to
he on many '
Teenagers Looking for Work." of the late Dr. and Mrs. looked askance FtaJmouth, John Caldwell at Jasper She
lead the music, by singing two songs.
to he had had most professionalcare I attend. 7-37s will pass over Jasper group
Groover once resided in Live Oak Corinth
or near Rocky Sink at
that was accompanied. at the piano by
grown Rawls and Dr. Florida at 1210 on Saturday,
co-operation It is not by force that we achievea this north Florida section. They from Dr. Mlck-I at Lake Qty, Branford, Pine: 9. p.m. her sister.; Miss Annaree Hlers.
f't rightful place our fellow love the people here, ler and the kindest care and Climax at' May
among many are Forest at Jennings
) Linda Fay Selph was general
nurses, aides, and orderlies and At 1:10: ( the Moody Fire Depart-
men. It !lain being a useful citizen their relatives. MaybeDe also tells McAlpin.' chairman of the banquet.
who whenhe ment will demonstrate fire fighting
friends in
after church That applies to evet'U1e-IJO matter me that in World War one U. S. I techniques! Personnel of Detach- There was'a wonderful prom after
could have
the race. >I Senator Spessard Holland served SENIOR CLASS
the First Bap He said slogan would be ment 12, Eastern Air Rescue Center the banquet..
h meeting.There Give to the world the best that his country and was awarder the a good The Senior class of Jasper High II!
have heart attack, assigned to Moody will demonstrate -
; and the you haw, and the best will comeback Distinguished Service Cross and in "If you must Florida a he School is sponsoring a film at the the versatility of the 114313"Hustle" : The Seventh Grade will put on a
guitar. to you." World War Two his onty two sons, I have it in Especially "Fay Theatre" May, 6 and 7, at 7 p. series of plays In their reading
Herring helicopter as a fire fighting -
: ; S. Spessard Holland Jr: and: Billy Ben spoke of "Rev M. laid, pastor and m., entitled "Soldier In the Rain", I and rescue craft. class. We had the first one this
: service, SHOWER HONORING MISS Holland left schools to go Into the of ths pew church and he the PPePte; and it stars Steve McQueen, Tuesday Exhibits in the hangers will include week. The title was "Inelde a
Van Zanrts
people's depart MARY KATHRYN, CHANDLER service. At this time Senator Holland of Welch and Jackie Gleason. An American Kid's Head." It was amusing. Lar-

Lod aricraft engines,
and Pete) Mrs.
Mamie ,
;; meet-I Miss Mary' Kathryn Chandler was was Governor of Florida and I Deas wick and( children had stayed with Tickets are being sold in advance I I I Red Cross display and Fire Department ry Burnam and HOlhouse were the
honored with a beautiful lingerie could have perhas got soft spots so see a member of the senior class chairmen of this one.
shower'' Thursday April 23, from where I his sons could have served, them ,while here. and get yours early.' Door prizes I equipment.The and Service .
with the Medical Base Library I
to ten, at the home of Mrs. but the other hand Mr. Lodwick is : I be both nights' so
'Flak left eight on the boys marched will given away dub will hold house from 1 Miss Wessle WyEle, Mrs. Ran-
Baltimore. He I open
Co in
where JIm Hlokman. Co-hostesses with to the front and went throughthe Publishing ,everyone come.Iiarriette i to 3 Free'refreshments will be dall Redding and Mr. Owen Hlnton
& meet- Mrs. Iflckman were Miss Gamettelickman I thick of it alL They did not even said such good things about our Gibson, reporter p.m. representing the Jennings faculty -
Mrs. Palmer Smith, and want to be introduced as Florida'sGovernor's town I modestly said "we areJurt I served. ,Iare at the Florida Educational Association. -
Mrs. Emmett Dupree. I son, but wished eo leave a little town"--IJut "a special I LAMA MOORE ABOARD I .
mustI An of decorative this unknown and be little. town" Mr. Lodwick added. i SUBMARINE WASP .
you array on a common "
were displayed beneath a p6Cka&// level with ALL AMERICAN sold .. L. Walter Moore radioman sea SCHOOL PARENTSof I The Seniors have been Invited to
you it harms. low and pink ruffled iers. Mary Holland has all of her Rev. and Mrs. Warren Caw (he II man apprentice, USN, 'son of Mr. have a part down at the Festival.
I I refreshment table was covered with life been in sympathy with the so- pastor of the First Presbyterian and Mrs. W. V. Moore of Route 1, Hamilton County : Curtis Wetherington will do his
; I a white cut-work cloth on which an I called: middle class. The man in Church in Rome Ga., came to Jasper Jasper is> serving aboard the antisubmarine whip cracking.The -
attractive arrangement of pink radiance overalls or 'the elevator boy in as soon as they heard of the warfare aircraft carrier Please read carefully the .

spot roses was centered. Arrangements -I Washington looks Just as big to her Illness of brother-in-law. They USS Wasp presently undergoing a many articles appearing in II Seniors Invite an to save May
may go. of pink roses and yellow as the President of the United State were entertained in the homes of Fleet Rehabilitation and Maintenance this issue of Tier them. It win be minstrel: time
things that pansies were also used throughout1he Go to Washington and ask tor,and the Pete Deas and Van Zants. (FRAM) overhaul in the Boy- our paper Come one. come all!
are not true. house. Miniature umbrellas of see for yourself. Mabelle says And thus! the horizon broadens ton Naval Shipyard, Moston Mass.

i in you. pastel and vivid colon were scattered Spessard Holland will never! let us and new. friendships. .are. formed. This type of overhaul is carriedout .
work at will i about on the tables hi the down and we like his culture and periodically to increase the life
to sorrow- dining and living rooms. dignity.Aa a State Senator, as Governor Passing citizens often remark and modernize the ship. When op t
I The lovely bride //dressed in a of Florida and in the United that the Jasper tobacco warehouses erating, Wasp is the hub of an anti- RE-ELECT
.I'L' that we must '1 pale blue summer cotton was ushered States Senate Holland has ALWAYS have oven Jobs and made money Mixnarine warfare "HunterKiller"group
,die, to hex '"honor seat'!_a rock- supported both colored and white for white, colored, and others suchas composed of air surface and
trig cbalr'c1athed in cotton hose, schools and was 100 per cent back Cubans who have come to our sub-surface-units designed to find
and be bloomers and other unmentionables 1 of appropriations for all schools peaceful countrawa' from strife and destroy enemy submarine
in immortality ,dangling from the back and for all races and creeds. He was 1 and warring in their land.
: things arms. Her only feminine articles I closely associated with Dr. Lee, The Stephen Foster Memoria] ATHLETES FOOT GERM CHARLIE '
and quirrellngi I decorating the chair was the traditional -\President of Florida A and M Colleg has teen open to all races and ,HOW TO KILL IT.
: ( U w m biue satin and lace garter during his Hfe time and that creeds and has lent'art and culture IN 3 DAYS if with
:'from the mother b10 doing. Industry here would not pleased
; cklylfades' the -gift groom's University Is now reaping from his 1 strong T-4-L liquid, 48c back
the west '4'"fii If MrsTBdlene Lang,,to be,worn on} benefits as are otlWr' schools, ''y feel the>> loss it the warehouses- .were at any orug store. Watch Infected '
I I hire.I
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)'WI'dream.1 I i her wedding day. p..
skin slough off. Watch healthy skin
JU BrlacoDtl'; jCmes pertaining} to the honeymoon Rev.':Mr. W. A. Hlckman Jr. A 'p 1:. e replace No more Itch and burnIng 'RHODEN"SHERIFF't. .
j v <, ,' 'of the bride, directed by Miss his son John Hlckman Mrs. David Mr. N. N. King motored over to I Use ':
antiseptic soothing -
., B.;' Harrison Gar ett. Htckman, lent enjoymentand Richardson and son ,Ronnyiwerevisitors Lake City to visit with friends and FOOT POWDER
too fine for
sweaty -
in Jacksonville relaxation to aft. Miss Linda., recently of Mr. and Mm relative for several days, leaving
toot odor active in
; stays:
l : McKelvey. Candy received! first pre for the Jim Hlckman. Mrs."Richardson ft Thursday, Aprfl 23. the sUn for hours. NOW: at WISE'S _
Tearing Out the Bride's Shoe contest Rev. Hickman are,sister and brother DRUG STORE JasperM29c!
r Clyde Hani Miss Ellen Camp and Miss of Mr. Jim.

up this week Cindy Chandler tied ',for second Carnette Hlckman home from SCHOOL PARENTSof }

k, Earl Harrison prize.. .... F. S. U. on the weekend accompan: !
s -'. Hospi. Delicious refreshments of yellow led Mr*. Richardson & Rosy on a Hamilton County ? '
s ; fruit punch accompanied by daintysandwiches visit to the grandmother in Orlando; t
bite size homemade, Rev. Mr. 'Ifidm an will, be a Please read carefully the
.: McKelvey,' also cookies and tidbits: were served. buffet speaker at the First Baptist church many articles appearing i in -
in the hospi In the near future lie is a returned
: Harrison has Some 25 guests were present to missionary: from Peraquay.' this issue of our paper OP HAMILTON COUNTY

I i Jasper-,'some enjoy the fun and the excitement of John the IT year old son will give MOORI ftlOISTERS

REGISTER FORMS Your 'Vote Will Give
r AMP ACaSSORRS Continued

1 INIRODU TORY OFFER .9_ Courtesy to all r':4 : .

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; send The;Jasper! News! every' week for six months. Our I, The 1963-64 school? budget shows these figures: $29,260.00 to be

t ,regUlar- subscription rate is $300 per year and we hope:you,will received from the state sources for transportation, and $53,000.00to

menu '' be spent by the school board. He will spend twice as much as he
find can't get along without The Jasper News.
you will receive from,state sources: Is this good business? This is coating

the taxpayers of ,Hamilton County approximately 7 of the 20
DON'T' FORGET TO PUT YOUR< NAME ON THECOUPONBELOW school mills. On top of this his administration is:

1. Not providing
1 1F DOLLAR, 'i : ; transportation to the Madison Jr., College:

: : 2. Not providing free transportation to all school activities,

: This, offer good:;ONLY! in Hamilton and adjoining. Counties and ONLY/or," persons who I the but cost charging of the the extra schools gas.1 10 cents a mile plus, on long. trips,

BI ; are not now.subscribers to The Jasper NeWS: No renewals accepted tfcU price.
I i k. l, j'l,' ,. .j" ', '. \ : L:: 3. The bus drivers receive lower salaries than the
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: 'fl. '- : Coms&teo:For Better.Accreditation ofHamilton
Better Do It ,Now! ,
1? -iit1 Right j County> ,Schools.


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Mary Newsome standing is the newly elected 1964 North

Florida Junior College Homecoming Queen ,Others in her Courtare
(L-R) : Espe Perez Madison; Lila Cruce, Greenville; Kaye
!Laing'of Tallahassee; and Ann Keith Monticello. The 1964 queen
is the daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Newsome of Jennings. She
and Miss Perez 'are sophomores the others are freshmen at'NFJC.

About Accreditation
NOTICE how the Hamilton: County Committee for Schools

DID NOT PRINT. THE TRUTH In hut week' article. about Accredi.tationl .

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The article started off as follows:.."Although our schools have a
been and are now on the State Accreditation list for many years ."
We refer the Committee to'the'following'' :

Florida, Educational l Directory

,October,. 1963 \
State Department Education : ', I
Thomas D. Bailey State Superintendent of Public Instruction ;*"' ; I'. .
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Tallahassee, Florida : "
(Which shows that in Hamilton"County there is one school '''t'

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"''. 'The paragraph' of'-'I this article started'offras'; follows"The :'" .i '

New Superintendent must hold a Master's degree in Administration i i CECIL
,and Supervision." This is false.' According to,the Memorandumthey A. KENNEDY
are quoting only a Masters degree is required plus a few coursesin V'1

administration supervision and, ,curriculum.
_. Later on in the article they insinuate that the Supt. must have
three full years of successful,'teaching experience and hold a valid
teaching certifiate in the area administration and supervision This'
is false. The requirements they stated are for teacher certificationof State
Senator I 17th District
Principal (Teacher Certification,Requirements pamphlet State,,'Department
1 and for the Southern''Ac- ,
of Education page 11) are not )-
creditation requirements of Superintendent. I .
Below is the memorandum they are quoting: F
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,TO: All Florida School Board Chairmen \
,Kennedy Will Actively And Aggressively i
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'FROM: Herman Frick Chairman of Florida, Committee. '. >\ '\ \ < << '. It. t
Commission .on Secondary Schools :Represent All The People in Hamilton County

'Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, ,
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*, In' view of the fact that candidates are: now. qualifying for "'", :: c ....r". t tJ
election to the office of County Superintendent of PubUc'Jn.tructio'r,
we are reminding you again of the Southern Association of Collegesand
Schools Standard on 'the qualifications of the Superintendent.
The Standards states:


FUNCTIONS." The standard is not',r ir -active.' This ,means that \ ..f. .
in order for the secondary schoolslin\ any,county system to maintain "
accreditation in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, any ,.HZ s
new superintendent elected must meet the .loUowi qualifications\[ .:
1 1. Hold a Master degree from""standard institution. < I .'r. :' 1 ". i I
2.;,In-addition: to, or, as a part of, 'the courses'taken, for the _
'.,' Masters degree earned graduate .credit(, ,specified in the
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following areas: .

a) School administration. 9,semester hours .' ;. /:(: A .
b) School supervision ..1; 3''semester hours:, ,,'v'' :; I _.-_ II
School curriculum 6 hours '1
c) "> 0' ,semester ,
In case a new superintendent, is elected who 'does not meet j;
the above qualifications any presently;accredited high schools in the : '

county involved will be dropped from the'Southern Association. list .
of accredited schools. \ 'q I IK

,We know that you are interested in the status of your'schools .
and the welfare of the boys and girls who attend them. It is hoped ?
that you will do all in your power to assure the best leadership possible '
for your school system. ,If we can be of any assistance I ;
lin further interpreting'this,standard, please let us know. ,

," Let's be fair about the accreditation and give credit where it
,oj.'is due. Therefore;,The Committee for Better Accreditation of Hamilton b
County Schools believes better Education will result from a move ,' CECIL A. KENNEDY.
4! towards better accreditation and hereby recommends GEORGE : F
a WYNN for County School Supt. a
(Paid Political Advertisement. Authorized by CampaUpi Ttouurer)
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THE JASPER NEWSLets __t_'_ :f CfcTS_thr. JOB. _DONF __ I I Please read''canEdJ' the f W'J.,""' r :

many articles appearing in FIGHIL JERRY B. SMITH

? .Look At The 'Record this issue of our..ps-.
'm'(This is an answer to my opponent's reference to Notice of Unpaid CANC'Eft, Hamilton County .:

Interest earned on Time Deposits of County Tangible Personal On May 5th. Go to the polls and ; ,

School Funds.) Property Taxes A VOTE for Jerry B. Smith.

The Interest Earned by the Hamilton County I' As provided by ,.Chapter 63-430,

School "'Board' is Deposited in the account that Acts property of 1963 taxes that assessed tangible persona for 1963] A Your VOTE and support will be

earned the interest. For instance amountof are now delinquent and beginning appreciated. "
a great with April 1 are DOW drawing interest ,

this interest was earned by the Gymnasium plus the of proportionate one percent cost per of month publishing Thank You '"-

Fund. When' the Bonds sold to build the this notice. m
were Unless the amount set opposite i ; Jerry B. Smith ,
each name below ia paid before I
Gymnasiums that
money $285,000.00 was,placedon the first day of May, warrants: will .
Time Deposit that same day. The Interest be issued thereon directing, levy .
upon the tangible penonal'prooer"* I -.C'J -- .JJ .
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earned was placed in the, Gymnasium Fund. This ty,of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes .
penalties and additional cats :
money enabled the School Board to buy addi- property'The name taxpayer ol delinquent antiw! personal amountof : TO EVERY HAMILTON COUNTY CITIZEN

tional seats for all of our Gymnasiums. The Gen- taxes Induing the cost of ad- :.
vertising and the first month's penalty -
eral School Fund from which teachers salaries are as follows: : MY HUMBLE THANKS
J. D.,Barton .................. J16.02 :
and Bus Drivers Salaries are paid, as well as other Annie D. Bell ,.............. 8.40 .
Naomi Johns Brown ...... 32.09 :
school expenses also earned some interest. This Will Cole ..........."..... A6.53. r
Raymond Field ,.......'...... 6.53 : For The Privilege of Serving You
likewise was deposited back in the General Fund, L. M. Howell ....,.....u... 16.12 : .) '
Cordon and Jessie Hugglns 18.78 As Your .
and used for school purposes. The money for Carl Jestes ................ 26.76 : Representative ,
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Curley Marshall ; 20.38
the'most part was used the same year earned, and Curtiss Morgan ..........?.. 13.46 : ;f. In Past Legislative Sessions
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Blanche Mcdoud:: h. t. 5.47 (
4' has not been kept idle in the Bank as inferred. Nep Newsome ............... 5.47 :

;;'( The State Auditing!; Department, Audits the 'records Producers Rayam Timber....Service's.53.38Ralph .......... 13.99 : In'earnestly appealing for your Support'and your Vote on Tuesday
Sam Roberson ............. 5.47 : May, : to again honor me to serve you as your Representative in the
r.. of the School Board regularly and all money .Mackey W. Sails] .........k.. 53.38 I Florida Legislature( ,it is with ,increased/''confidence. that, J I am,, by
: '/ has to be according to law. The last Audit A Sermons ...........fO... 5.47 : experience and an added: knowledge of ; spent, F. L. Smith ................ 18.25 :
Steve's Home Supply..... 79.99 of.the office as well as the proper technique and procedure essential -
of June 30 1962. The is state-
was following a J:n. Stormant. Jr. ......".. 10.80 t:
from that Official Audit. Edmon Tucker ........;...... 6.53 I ward accomplishment of the things. which. tend for the best interest of
ment Dora Tucker ................ 5.47 : Hamilton County at all times.
Mrs.Janie Wallace .......... 21.<< I ;
"A review of the Financial indi-
Operations Frank'Wright ............... 6.01 :
Bobby Wright 5.47
cated that Legal/Requirements were adhered to, J. W. Tucker ...........,,.. 13.19 Adding to my assurance of being able to better serve my constituents
and good business practices were followed." if honored with re-election, I prefer with modest pride to my
Legislative colleagues whose friendship, confidence and cooperation

HARRY T. RrIDSuperintendent :. STOCKCAR which has been strengthened through the years, and which contribute
essentially toward all the things which I endeavor to see accomplished .
for and with these I have all times
my county my people. Together at
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respected the wisdom and judgement of all Elected officials in their

, '" i RACES respective capacities,ranging .from those of State groups other than
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Legislative, to those on-our county jind.local levels,and to, at all limes
.4 strive to work. in' cooperation'andin*harmony with'the'm: vm unified
spirit "'and purpose toward accomplishment of greater'' and better :

n .;&E things for benefit, and[advancement of'our; county individually and ,j

our .ta' 'at large.: ;And as,my "'qualification: 'to take my place.as

VALDOSTA .your. .",Representative" i in behalf-of. Hamilton County's welfare and"best '. ; .
R '" A interest. tJ in tJt things, respect I and, govern myself: .by!your wisdom,.your ,_ ., '. ,
M75 advice and confidence first of all,,always, ." f .:. \:

SPEEDWAYRACES By your observation of my Legislative tenure you have
EVERY knowledge that I t have from time to time, served ,on all the major,
j jI I SAT. NIGHT Committees of the House group and have been for the past Eight 4

TIme Trials. _7 ,..m.i sessions, chairman of the Committee,on House Management.
i First Race _6 p.m. ,
I AcImI...... Now and: ever, .I I shall respect and be guided by..t those twosterling ,
....If. ___S2.OI age-old Axioms: "Aclions speak louder than Words" and: '! :$
,, adidr.n Itudenh. ,1.5..R I "Truth is'a priceless virtue". &' si

A.-- ,r I Under 6 riart+-FRRe Faithfully. Yours \ 1 1 1J

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a"u race spomorwl VaUMtaJayctet .'. '' o. :;:.. .
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L F QUALIFIED Hamilton County has not been my place of residence for several,
L'It's years but it is my home. I was born here, raised here and. finished High i
I School herein,1933.,My father was Melvin P. Hunter and my'mother \
war Mrs. Fannie i Hunter My sister, .Mrs.'Frances Bradley, resides In

: an important gasoline discovery Jasper and teaches In"the Jasper: Elementary School. _
. ...... My purpose in \writing this '1 letter! to you folks is to let those of .
j 0tes &oaten perbmaDce 10 entirely that it stopi power \ Leon Sandlin know what, f
who personallyacquainted t
you are not ,
knock better than other sntftnock compound J&tbyl spreads :
1 more evenly throughout aU cylinders of your....atadI up 1BJ&rt ;3 J exceptionally: fine man youihave 1 as a candidate for Clerk';of;,the .i J:
f extreme tax peratees. And ii' ia Standard faaoliaai (Crowd and: Circuit Court in our county -
t. CrowD Edra)..-.atDO, increase la RBsssasaBaEaBasHBBssavBwsjBBr I have known Leon Sandlin intimately since early childhood",We t ;
I price Afloita! Important way that I : attended elementary'\and high school 'together in Jasper and, subsequently
109'tale bluer cart'of your car. STAB! aRD were room mates.,at bon'Univenity at Deland, Florida.
f t MsWIniJtraaiifcrMBloioeieeiwwHl sf /=S=i During his college career Leon-was; held in high esteem by the faculty ,
t VUIfc ; "H b wall quoMstf for of the university and by his many friends and:l associates of the student
f f'eewrshir J Mi new portion, ntd Hi body. His,strength of character and the high {deals! he lived by.from
: many friends wW wish Mmw day to day,were exemplary and an inspiration to his associates.
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,. n as (addkr." govmmsntal You folks in Hamilton County could not find a better qualified man
I.'I I.; for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court than Leon Sandlin. Those
: Ethyl PANAMA CITY DRAWN of you who know him'personally will no doubt agree that his capabilities -
} J will bring credit to our county in the same manneD that(Mis* !f'
1 MIP Jam** W.KYNES. Thelma Lewis, the incumbent, has brought credit to us. .
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} I assure you that you will never regret electing Leon Sandlin to this ;
important office. He will serve,you,faithfully, impartially;_and.well. '

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'''t ."..-r-rJ-DJ.-YVJtJ.t..NI.-&rt": : ,, rA --g w.gJ.tr.JTJ-. .' ....{ I" .., ,i i"i HOMEMADE CRAFTS----. f 2L.j\
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To The :
People + .
: .. DUpla>%H j le tutool' 'and i.
many handmade articles, some Jr.
t them offered for tale will be an Payton Bembry '

!! Hamilton County i Important Florida part FoHc of this Festival year'to annual beheld -, .v Your State' 'Representative' S I. .

at the Stephen Foster Meim
}, rial here,May 1, 2. and 3. ON MAYSfli

: i I sincerely regret(; that I have ,been unable i event Miss director'Thelma at the Boltin music.special shrine ''

to and talk with all of personally about on the Suwannee' River said ID Friends, on TuesdayYOU'RE (
see my
>r ; you Impl'ftalveJarray of an kind of
candidacy for the School 'Board. I am a farmeras handmade articles would be on display : going to the polls
the first '
them during
most of
:i fr! : to elect REPRESENT
most of you know arid,at this time'of the year, two:Foe days.the hungry visitor there.wfl : _, someone to

d I simply could not take the necessary time re- be baked goods, homemade sand S YOU for.the next two
,' ham' and biscuit
wiches. cookie _
t quired to see all of you. I hope that you will not and Solon even laid.gaUberry.' ]he other display honey Miss wil __ years. I have asked you foe

.hold this against .me in making i your choice between feature.tuiiu, potholders, pL!ow- that PRIVILEGE.
cases, tethtub scnAbers, dish
I' the incumbent and myself for this important : cloihr., dolls' !;.Indian beach hats, I have visited with many
I bWfokfc, Suwannee River 0."hooey" a1s, of in homes andypurfields.
office. : .stick....craft. .... and many other__ you your ,
I tten.48'...,"',. -" A'''''' p % "
: -arwrwff rirew ; T' : Among- 'the organizations: ':fro.ri s.ha-s' been
three children
%n; rrr* Famtaamedand 4 ;; have whomI : White Springs, Ave Oak, Joining! ; S a distinct, privilege to, me.
e : ,
I and"J&Ipe1"plannlng to have displays .
I ex o educate our schools here In HamIl-- : at the festival are the ;Jasper You have stopped your

ton Count.ty. I want'them to have, the bes t y/e can I Home' Demonstration dub, with
: Wylma'B. White, county agent ai ._ housework, and your planting

give' them in educational opportunities. I know ,:, meat aupervisior association; Young Live Men's Oak Improve', under. .io" :talk with me, this I truly appreciate. I.ama

that you feel the:same .about; your children andgrandchildren ponsored the leadership by,the of D.Church W. Morgan of Jesus A farmer too, and I know. how busy you are thistime ,

: they our most Christ'of Latter Day Saints r the
\ Because are precious Maple Grove Home Demonstration of the 'y 'ar.
club, also under the direction of
1. possessions.;; Wylma White form the Jaspei In going from house to house, I have missed

: Y 1\ Give me your vote* and support on'May 5th andI home'Society demonstration of the Church office;of the Jesus Relief many of you, this was certainly not intentional

promise you that every section of our 'county Oak 3irlst, In of charge Latter of Day Llnnie Saints H.Morgan of Live To.those of.you missed.please accept this as my

I : will receive fair' and just. consideration in all of Ion 1'he'MldwaY dub of Jasper Home Mr.Demonstrat and Mrs personal ,solicitation'' for ,your vote and support

: 1 ou1!: school, l problems f.'or the'next four years. club Peanall the! 'White.,. the Fouraker Burnham Springs of Lucky Ilome'Demonstration White Leaf Springs 44 i on)May 5th Thank You.

i \: i y.: ,Sincerely, club of Jennings Mrs: Ray ,i. Respectfully ,yours,
Morgan of White Springs and Negro -
.. .-. r PAYTON BEMBRY Jr.
'1 ) Boy Scouts of White Springs A
;: CLINTON S.. MITCHELL Jennings directed by Elijah Rhodes 'Candidate State
1 principal of Jerry Jackson school: ,
\ Member of
: Candidate for These displays add a great deal ,
to the festival Miss Boltin said, RepresentativeTo
,School BoardNOTICE i
I t "enabling us to present a wen- .
,. .t '1 roo ded.program to the visitors/' .
.. _-"' -- The special events director saidtetween -' -
-rJ: y.g--.J.r: .A.Y 'Vt."tJ7. & J :r--\-.V. A -$ -.A I
1500 and 2000 participantswill M...._Jww't.trr' -,, JJ1' ___Av.g.rA.. W W .
f! ::: L ,': f ?< i u -i' e U
TO VETERANS AND DEPENDENTS .t'l l SUwannee be presented River.on the shady,out- The Citizens Of

door stage overlooking the ancient
Effective May 1,1964 the.County Veterans office Three programs''will be presentedat
10:00: a.m. Il30: and 7:30 p.m.
will:bejopen Monday.and Tuesday' of each week on Friday and Saturday and a finale .. Hamilton CountyS '
at S ''o'clocbx.'SOnday afternoon."Folklore
:, r gkl 1i c courthouse hoiiirs. The office will be?open I S and! traditions, music representing dancing;crafts'Florlda'i '.' : ." ',?$ "I*;.:

.4 oil Saturday'mornutg.from; 8:3tluntil: 12 history back to the days or Due.to the recent weather conditions and the increase of work'in iny, :'
:y the Creek and j Seminole' Indian farming this time of the year, it,will be impossible for,me,to visit 'I,:
I Kenneth i&Da i lsj; groups win 'presented,from throughout by Individuals Florida II" all.of you in remaining: days prior to the election. .l' :'::;,o{

} C orvic; ()f Miss Doftin said:\"and there also I know you will,understand this, for I would like very much to contact J;
f- J! f ; ... ... _. . n- will be performers from.Georgia A each and of; personally. '-}''i
n agfeaeigirf, gaaaaEgiSaU; :! i! ."I i, .r r.,.. ,;: ,- several other States.'* every one you .
w iirl. L'lLrtJL>-:Ll.LLrrIULL'IriLl'rr' : Over the,years'the' festival has me'
I i the and that
appreciate giving
grown Into of of Florida's most encouragement_ support you are
VOTE 'FOR HOtfSWW; ''ROBEttTS ambitious and outstanding Sprint and if elected, I intend to work for all the people in Hamilton County '
v l'' entertainment programs, and to t make our county a better place to live. ;
'There Is such a wide variety ct '... .
; Let's evaluate l our progress for the t 17th District for the past folk material available that no two Therefore, I intend to organize a Sheriff's Posse and Junior Deputy 'I.;

four,years. We are working hard to make 'the 17th District the sports pointed programs out'are"Of alike course"Miss some Boltin of: to make this goal posssible. By doing this we hope to encourage and
and industrial center of Florida, the more unusual numbers or work with the youth of our county, .as they are vitally important as

"* '; groups are presented several times our citizens, of tomorrow. ,
',,, '1- By developing the greatest natural during the three days of the show. ,.\.''
resources, of any district in the state- "More and more people from With my past military training and experience, this will enable me
: P 'the famous .Suwannee River' immortalized as Florida the tourists and South, attend Georgia and as enjoy well to fulfill the duties of the Sheriffs office, giving fair and impartial

l 4 in song by,,Stephen Foster the festival each year..We are trying service to all. ''
J '
to the memories of
keep alive
j' k,, 2-.By building boat ramps'on the Su pioneer Florida and the Old South I earnestly solicit your vote and support on May 5th. '
: f / wannee River. Many have been completed with their enchanting folkways."
j ; Sponsoring the'vent are the Ste Yours truly,
a' '' I and others are in the making. Guild, the
; phen Foster Fdlktore .

)l t '3-' We, are: now in the ..process'of and Florida the Federation Stephen Foster of Music Memorial dubs .4.-g -...,,--...- """" -"" "'- "'"--'t.J1" AW _$ wJ ,,,__ TJ:" ...-._JJJ."TJ7.JJ:J' ,
l' P4 building more parka and improving the Commission.JL :

J : ,present ones by.adding swimming,.and,

!l'J I!' ',':. i' bath 4I facilities have; recently been appointed. Citizens t i of Hamilton' County

: chairman of the Suwannee,River Parka
i Advisory Council. Our present Superintendent has' stated many times during his
\ 'S' 5* We are now working on plans to campaign that we are on the threshold of greater opportunity toward
; expand and improve the parks general Quality Education. How long must we stand on this threshold? We

I I program along t the river.. _4S wish to remind you that he has been in office for the past eight year
6-The teat dam which' was provided for by.the 1961 Legislature and has remained "on that same threshold'*. Because of past*"performance .v"

i has proven'that the,wafer"can be held at a higher level,.encouraging is it reasonable.to expect any improvement?

) m re'1j t'n vagaH:m..arid'aiding the farmers in irrigation when the, Are you satisfied with the, education .your children have re:
series of dams is completed. ceived during this,,time? 'Is the Hamilton"" County,Committee for
'" 7The :program> of blasting the.shoals to give free'passage, forboating Better Schools really) interested in Quality Education for our. children

y' i f' .... will encourage: others to come: into' our area S or are: they. ''fighting for ,the feaine ,Education in a new $400,000
r : 8- We 'passed legislation' in the, '1963 Session to dredge and building? .

"; ';. deepen the west pass at Suwannee to encourage-larger, boat traffic The Building; the Court has ruled. Now lets
:' we will, get as. : ::
from the,Gulf into and the Suwannee River :
up the of.
the I Leadership a
change leadership from the present ,type to
Y 9-1 n the past Eoury r8we'have been successful in adding facili' dedicated. who knows the problems acquiring a higher! education ;
ties to the Stephen Foster Memorial and have some very good support and will do something about it With our children in mind lets
;" for the amphitheater, right on the banks of the Suwannee River., < law Graduate Pad FamMTSpecial elect a man who will devote all his time to giving our. children this
j 10- Let's talk aboutthe diagnostic laboratory which we were successful 'Attlitanl... quality education.
'in securing during the 1963 Session. What will it mean'to u.sAriomey

the economy in general and to the farmer in this district? Presently, 34 Years of Uw.WfrogrWv The present Sueprintendents: Business Ability, of which he so
i if an animal on your farm' should die'from an unknown cause, you *fvbS ttnk proudly boasts, has not been demonstrated in our schools. Will this
k are in fear of spreading.. It has'to'be carried many miles away to chi amJ; also be practiced in our new school)? Let me urge you to visit the nearest \

i ":" ;,: : determine the cause. At the completion of this laboratory, it1 will be ...pertialleg.for Fair..... school to you and see for yourself the sadly neglected conditions there.
"" : ';' :j: ) ': able to be done at home, This willbe the largest in the state. We have,$300,000 in new Gyms in the County. Same of these Gyms
5, '; I have related only part, of the accomplishments that we have *New serving as Chobaasas leak and have> eri leaking for,.om time.-We believe a Five Dollar re.
4 .f$oM. MIle UKMM'cnceda bill when needed is far better than the interest on $250 lying in
.l ,:: \ joyed'legislative-wise.. Now: If you see fit to elect, me to'a second ..... ......' pair
the Bank for
4t U term as your senator, I promise continue this work in the same a year

I, \1": honorable manner. EI,.,. ED M.t"N A vote for a new Superintendent, George H. Wynn will certainly .

:, :'.' I HUMBLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR E leadership" fo/ r do M ) be a vote toward.'/.. Quality Education for the children Schools in the county.
Citizens Committee for Better
t ;, A"SECOND, TERM, AS YOUR, SENA.COa..V . .. .:.. ." ... ..
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Virginia Vickery SCHOOL PARENTSof No OrdersOn I t effect in Jennings, May 4.

You auJ ,yot ",. Sc/'oo/ Hamilton County I CAMS Money I Rural mall will be delivered u
I /In NFJC Play Please read carefully the usual except that rural routes win
Saturday not accept order applications
> M L Powell 1The '' VOFH money
y North Florida Junior college I many appearing i it I on Saturdays.
win present Arthur;Killer's play,, this issue of our THANKS
For the last few weeks we haw .. ."' ,could apply bu t, "All My Sons. on May 7, 8, and I 9 ;::.;,;: paper" ., Jennings Post Of. | The money order window will be
been discussing the accomplish '' would ; at 8:15 p.m. In the Student Center closed all day on Saturdays but 1 1I
: To"B
of<< .. reran i A mixture of humor and White ild will maintain window for the
ments various individual and H' run Into ,j pathos o The people of Bumham The limited adjustment In some we a i
: Churc
departments of the "t' love and hate, of comedy and dra I
School and Jasper High difficulty in beini:1 ma ,the play' is Miner's vehicle for Roads and:Streets wish to express their thanks' to all postal services ordered In Wash- delivery and acceptance of,parcel
may we say again that t;i admitted. Tin \ giving! his concepts of man's responstbtilty who participated In anyway in ngton March 10 by Postmaster post: and delivery of COD. articles ;
we are Indeed proud of every 1m- y other 20 would II I to man. Guy McGhfat chairman of the the supper at the Church Saturday General John A Grono aka will take from 8 am. until 12 noon.

:provement and honor that comes tc have practically o I Lorita Lynn of Jennings .1s student Board of Hamilton County Commissioners Evening. April 18. We hope you ,
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any of our students teachers or department no at all announced this enjoyed It
director Miss Edith week
of the school. However In being admittedto
NFJC Instructor In speech and that bids were let for streets in
-we cannot and must not lose sight ,the senior col.D1Ivenl. White Famous recording artist along with
drama is faculty director. Springi and ;Jasper. --
of the most Important factor dour ties. However ii or \ In the,cast are Virginia Vkkery The bids were let J 'Tuesday as
entire school many of these I would like to and his
sin White
program which Is aca- peo- scheduled ; txpntt my Red Gospel Singers
see could get Into the junior of Jasper, as Lydia Lubey and avery and White Construction thanks to
demic proficiency. coUeg.s cere my family and friendfor
and trade scbouls'od capable cast of ten other actors Ckx of ChleOand was tow bidder
We"have just been,working: with'senior'averagWTor tbejusa.desired.- he state- if. all students at Madison. ; -' each kindness extended to metal APPEARING IN PERSON AT

'the &&4 gtidnj In our own Acaidendo grading.or "The play revolves"aroun& 'Joe Gospel' Meeting\ At J1 lr: .M- "
Siting class. From these averageswe evaluation system we have five dif-I and Kate Keller both In their sixties Also I want to say a specialThank SUWANNEE niVERIJAMBOR'ttLIVE
will determine the rank of each **'* *=ades: ABC D and U., We who are living in Anytown Oak Grove Church : you" to Dr. MJckler, Dr.
member of the class and who win recognize A. B, C; and Das passing USA. They had two sons one of RawU, end to the nurses who were
be eligible to become an honor trades and U as unsattafactory and I which was reported "missing In 'There will be a Gospel,meeting so patient and understanding. Within OAK, FLORIDA
graduate. We have two outstanding tMMng. These grade are geared action" during World War TL at the Oak Grove Church'of ChristSunday my heart there shall always
2 8:00 .
criteria bY which each to dwell Saturday night May : p m.v
we Jude a quality point system in which April 28 thru J,1ay.3. Each a deep appreciation for each
'senior One is his four year scholastic I certain advanced courses: In math evening at 8-00: and Sunday mom- of yet You've heard,Carl'Story; '' records for
Vacation Bible : on years
outer nowj
and he Is his fi'I1wIktuD7.
average science and foreign language tog .,. ,! h
are at 10-00: ,,Sunday evening at T_, .. "'
core on the Florida 12th Grade weighted In quality point value. ; Sclu. Study Course The speaker will be Mr. Frank "oee him in person along with othertfeatured band. : '
Placement Test. These two
same This year senior tour year averages Reeder and the subject will be: Mrs. A.L. Mathls
factors are carefully; considered by There ,twit be a Vacation Bible 01
were given the following qual- Friday if ye then be,,risen with
the various College Admissions Of. ity point ratings. For advanced School for, the churches: of the Christ
fleers to whom graduates apply Suwannee Association *:-3 :, ,, -
math, science, and foreign May 4-8 w '
language Saturday "Doctrine of Balaam"Sunday
for college entrance.We A, B, from 7 to 9 :
; C D, performance were p.m. ', morning; "Letters to 1 How Is Maintenance
would like discuss the Importance
given 4, 3. 2, 1 Quality points repectiveb' "Better Vacation Bible Schools clsta ahea".
of each of these instruments '
by Slbley I C Burnett will be the
and In all other courses. A,h i ; Sunday. Evening"Can I find refuge -
our own
B, C; performance carried text. '
a 3,2,1: In Quilt! .
for graduation. The 12th Grade quality point rating. Each D orf U You are cordially: ,invited. ,
Placement Test Is battery of tests I carried no quality point value. I ; In Our Schools?
upon which a senior may make a sophomore class becomes seniors :
Under this system In order JENNINGS
score from 0 to 500. The admissions have C to I Those who do not meet the requirements SENIORS .
I a average a student would
officers of our senior colleges and need at least for graduation will have theopportunity PRESENT MINSTRELThe : '; .
a 1.00
universities strongly) insist that applicants _quality point I of receiving a high 1 '' *)' '
average. We felt that had Check this Official From Tallahassee '
for admissions have a1 we entirely school certificates returning to Senior Class of Jennings In Report <
score of 300 or above and under no low this too,manY seniont making be-1 d school he next year: in order to School Is presenting a Whfc-Bang
conditions will they accept an application average !this year. It Is meet graduation requirements. Minstrel. Thursday, May 7, at 7.30 '*'
our definite purpose 'to raise our The following are excerpts from a book entitled:
I p.m. Admission Is .50 for students
of a student with a score As colleges beef up their requirements
below 200 unless he take the test To academic rating 'and proficiency.I for admissions we at the and .75 for adults. SURVEY OF SCHOOL PLANTS -- HAMILTON COUNTY
do this
over and make a higher score. our prescribed we must standards.raise and holdto high school level must beef up our The Minstrel Is I':composed of July, 1963, Thomas D. Bailey, State Supt. of Public Instruction
Our present senior class fit Into i I requirements for graduation. Our members of the senior class and
We CARVER-Maintenance and custodial services be
NY'that a students must have talent from neighboring appear to pract"iGaily -
an almost perfect quartile pattern. students at home and at school
20 units of work completed Including non-existent this The floors have been ruined
at center.
Two students made scores above must be constantly reminded of the
400. 10 pupils made scores between I English the following 4, Social Studies required 3,courses Math 2:, necessity for excellent academic Election Day'Dinner by neglect; two of the classrooms have bare concrete floors* Toilet

300 and 400; 10 made between 200 Science 2, Physical Ed. 2, Driver I performance. They must 0 under Chicken pilau with the trimmings rooms do not have impervious' floors and wainscots. The two frame
and 300 10 made between 100 and stand that regardless of the
; ) Ed. and Health 1, Home Ec.,,l, for reason will be served May 5 at White buildings should be removed from the site.
:200) and 10 made between 20 and each that they mayt' have for being absent -
girl., ,
100, from school that they must be Springs on the grounds near the
This gives a free choice of some for the work Town nan Serving' time will be natural
Basically this means that 12 members '' responsible that: was JERRY JACKSON-Artificial lighting is satisfactory, but
5 or 7 elective for each student. fran 11KW: o'clock a.m. until
of our present senior class And he may take more than 20 I done in must class have during a their constructive absence.We ., tell out or the poles close Cake for we lighting could be improved by repainting interior walls with a more

could universities apply to our without senior any collegesand difficulty units of work: during the four years. healthy attitude toward the Importance dessert Tea or coffee for drinks light reflective paint. The building is adequately heated by an automatic

so far as this senior placement We also say that a student must of all school work. Incidentally AU funds go to Prospect Church oil-fired, hot water central heating system Water is, supplied
have Jan of C or a 1.00 Hostesses are the ladies from Prospect
mention that the
test Is concerned. 10 more we might the and tanks used of
quality point average to be recom- work done in physical education, Church by city,system septic1 are to dispose sewage.

SCHOOL PARENTS mended for college: or to receive a band, glee club, library assistantsand Mrs. Roy Cooper, reporter. Interior paint is in good condition but is a dark green color which

high school diploma. Since these of tee work is not averaged In tends to make the rooms too dark on sides opposite the windows More

Please read carefully the itandards were set up last year It, the overall academic average. This SCIENCE FAIR IB SUCCESS attention should be given to floor maintenance. Excessive floor wear
would not be fair to make them ret in Itself tends beet
many articles appearing in roactive to our present seniors,. academic: averages.to up We the shall other be The Science fair, held on April 10, appears to re.ultfrom, the absence of f a protective coat of wax on the

this issue of our paper freshmen and sophomore years. mart happy to discuss with any par- was sponsored very by successful the Jasper: The High event School asphalt tile. The asphalt tile: floors are in need of cleaning and wax-

of Hamilton County I But we definitely expect these stan- eat his child's school reewd at any] Science Club, included i numerous ing. Some reprira have been made on'the,roof of the covered walkways I
y J'* .."* to darda to.be met.when Jhe present;'Jrne.-. .
t "1 I IM exhibits and demonstrations. of but damage; cauaedbyVattr. ppeaai to. extensive.t I In some. .
Science and mathematics. sections a partial reroofing and repair to the roof'decking appear to be
Mr. Harold Bethea, ''J.:- H. S. ,
Science instructor and Science club needed. Toilet rooms Levi! bare 'concrete I"floors) which ,should be
MULTI-ROOM sponsor, directed the lair; covered with some impervious) material.

The Science fair was enjoyed by

AT THE PRICE OF ROOM everyone who viiited it. The fair JASPER ELEMENTARY building is beginning to deteriorate
provided interest and
ment for every age. entertain- from lack of adequate maintenance, for example, supports of the

The recipients of high awards areas walkways are beginning to rust. The gymnasium, which representsby

AIR CONDITIONING I ALONE follows: Carol Bethea and Rob itself a substantial capital investment, is being damaged by seepage
ble Drescher. Primary division. i '
through the walls.
Lynn Copeland Elementary dlv-
Jason: Dale Hunter. Junior High
Division; Jerry Smith! High School jENNINGS-all exterior trim should,be repainted. The interior paintis

3 division; Dinnis Smith received a in fair condition but in some areas the plaster is peeling from

special award. the,walls as a result of moisture from roof leaks. The roof has been
Other participants were, Elaine
Bridges Sheila Cooper. Dorothy repaired but interior damage has not yet been corrected. Toilet room

t Mitchell, Judy Powell, Cindy Raw- floors are concrete but have been kept painted and are in as good a I

ls. Margaret Smith, Jimmy Andrews condition as may be expected with this type of floor. Wood floors ,J

Don Reid, Buddy Zell; Cook Stevens David, Larry Kelly Turner ., throughout the main building have been kept clean but have not been

Sue Williams; Billy Polk, A properly maintained. Sanding and sealing these floors will prolongthe

your reporter. Useful life of the building and add much to the general appearance

Linda McIntosh, David Bembry of the school plant. Fire protection in the main building consist of
and Harry Davis assisted In the
i Science Department exhibits. glass chemical bombs suspended from the ceilings of the halls. These'

Miss Virginia Milton's Eighth should be replaced with fire extinguishers of an approved type located

grade math class deserves special strategically throughout the building.
recognition for its exhibits of math-
LEE There evidences of lack of adequate
Don Wetherington'reporter J.R.E. were numerous

BTUFEDDERS Hamburgers and Hot'Bogs: will be maintenance over a period of time and poor custodial care.

20,000 served before and after the Minstrel Maintenance deficiencies which were noted included: ((1)I ) water dam

attend We encourage as the funds the public raised to will please age to interior walls and covered walkways caused by failure to repair

toward our senior trip to ,Washing go: the roof or seal the concrete walls; ((2)) peeling and wearing of paint

ton. and deterioration of materials because failure to paint regularly; ,(3))

worn asphalt floor tile caused bylack} of care and wax; ((4)) windowsopen

'or closed with boards',because of failure to replace them when

I theywere broken; (5)),other unrepaired items which indicated: lack of

regular maintenance. Custodial care deficiencies which were noted included

ONLY !!!!J..II : (1)I ) Lack of regular lawn and grounds care; ((2)) lack of regu-" ,

$325.00 lar and proper floor care; (3) lack of proper cleaning of the, boiler' ,

room and failure to keep stored inflammable items out of the area} and' ,

Maybe;you have, your own (4) unsanitary conditions in the toilet rooms.
(idea of the prettiest face In the

1964's Biggest Buy in Summerjtanfort ciety world decided but the the Caricaturists fact should So be WHITE SPRINGS The school plant has received fair maintenanceand

made up of: The eyes of poly good custodial care. The wood floors are clean but are not treated

Why J jail your family In a single' air conditioned room again\ Bergen ,the nose of Tuesday with anything. The life and appearance of these floors would be enhanced
this summer? This heavy duty Fedders wW cool sn entire tlav...d Weld the Tips of Berothy La. of sealer. Their condition present
by providing some type
home..an entire those staga oa-ISCBTS,
floor in your apartment..even moor the chin of Sandra Dee,
''problem" open-plan living-dining-kitchen areas with large ..." ,..,. the hair of KIm Novak. the forehead would require sanding before being sealed. The combustible materials

window walls that multiply heat loads. e Edtaab" of Elizabeth Taylor, the should be removed from the loft of the auditorium. The electrical

fedders' exclusive) Sound Barrier solves the problem thatmade a.stiy lit;YtIItII_ cheeks of Suzq Parker and the panels need rewiring in some places and a study should be made of the
sir conditioners to .ma. Intermaxillary how's that) cleft
big-cspacity Impractical up now- of the
,t1d4oaf lit adequacy wiring.
pf Bridgette Bardot.
hushes air velocity sounds while allowing this greet Fedders to
deliver roomsful of dry. cool filtered air every few minutes. uII-n.w h gad ar soun olnld bYe to -
EngIneered. manufactured and tested to keep on cooling MatMtVhed. be Pottudomklcbrtr. to be SUMMARY. Maintenance and Custodial l Service*-In,the professional
.,...".,...... fair to the araaltanwtlo. Awl
-even-In 115 degree Sunloads when many air conditioners judgement of the survey staff, the maintenance and custodial
nc0cM!central wouldn't u be horrible If tie .f
off to avoid damage from overheating. =
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