The Jasper news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00226
 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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lccn - sn 95047198
System ID: UF00028306:00226

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Library Week CANCER CRUSADERS "RAINEE i r The regular meeting of the Board of Directors and I

OUT' LAST WEEK \ J Committee Chairmen of the Hamilton County Chamber

Contest' NEW DATE SET FOR TUESDAY of Commerce will be held Monday evening May 1 11 I at I

-,.,. _NatkauYl4bratytSVeei4.Aprf 12- -HAY The 12th rogelohuahai cetcflz' 3:00 p.m., in the Chamber of Commerce Building: Jas-

18, created'Quite t lot of Interest sale Drive was called off last week, -, peT! City ark *.ILo.meeting J..opento: everyone interested ; "
the Jasper" Hlgh-ScHooL iFbllowtafl' due to rainy.weather., The Mw date in the work of the Chamber., Your presence is always # IZ
is a lW of contest.wt oars:_Shart for the Drive in Jasper will be 'IE welcomed.;
story contest,'. Junior High.** 14, ',Uth.". When 'youi' lID L- ;
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place.aetlp'WeU: : : 2nd place Jan LIST OF CLERKS AND INSPECTORS I
Tuteni 3rd nUce; poo RekL,Senior OtUSADE;:' )(;11IIt / : APPOINTED BY' TIm'80ARD Fuperal Held For .

High, '1att\place, Ton HoUey/2nd; .pIe.'I. !I" .. OF COUNTY 'COMMISSIONERS : 1 1'I
> with ....... 'I !' fl.t Thelma Lewis
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place, LbI4a'McIntosh; 3rd. tftsce, ,E 4, SERVE IX ,
Ann Poetry-'can- .Tbere Is a way toeyoo t to help In SECOND PRIMARY ELECTION
Margaret Sappy !the Hfe-or-death: .' What wuTyofr bkiy for your mother thM year Veteran Clerk Here
test Junsoc.High, lit pJace...IfeJ* When hersd al day rolls around' TO BE HELD MAY 26. 1S 4 )
New leads are turning up
Hunter 2x1 place David KeUeyj,
; { each:day; however the; ,pric4 of Maybe yourv mommy Is yang and quite, new Precinct No 1 Funeral services for Miss Thel-
3rd Jessie 'Senior'
place,1st Thompson.Paula ; victory Is time' and money. Tour And.It's been Very few years since you were Just two'r; 'r .\ ,Day,Shift ma Lewis, 52 were held Monday
High place, ,Hogan. .
dollars-along with dollars of Clerk Mrs. Harold Deas, Irwpec- afternoon at 4:30: p.m. In the chap.
; store
2nd Don Wetherington 3rd And Daddy WA1 take you to the five and ten :;: i t I
place countless others-may] be the an I '" ton, Mn. Harland Butler pick upbox. el of: Harry T. Reid Funeral Home?, r
place Harriet Gibson Poster contest ', Where counter: i are full of all gifts galore. \ i
( : : Mrs. Perman Wetherington, Miss Lewis, a prominent resident
Junior high' lit place,'Bobby, Polk;. quered.: I ,' You'll look anc you'll see Just what It must be; I'.. Mrs. C WPennk.gtoi. ofLJa."tJer. died Sunday morning in
2nd place Ronald Smith; ,3rd place ever-present threat. to you and, your I' The prettiest'ting! In the store( you decree. ) Night Shift Emory University Hospital in At. tlanta
WUbur and'Danny Smith. Senior family '- Y i A little glass bitter dish all golden and smooth Clerk," Barney"Newsome; Inspec-: ..
high, lac place Waunetle' Walker. tt.w'tIjrou the: Kind of cherd ,Avriett r """ <"< ,""'
same I With red : ea painted In the round little groove. tan George return Y She was clerk
Bulletin Board contest'Junior} high, public financial*.support :that theJabotatorY" And that will 'be for your mommy box> Roy Cameron. Collis Adams. of the Circuit
1st place 'Miss Milton'sroom, ; 2nd fnearch breakthrough : Precinct: No 2, ., Court of Hamilton
place Mrft. Register's room, 3rd ",'as'!!;ciSieved,fnetrir possible& the Or maybe a lady, a teen lady you" are; . place, Mrs. Howard's room Senior victory ,over polkx,"If the f citizens You've known item a dozen years so far Clerk Mrs. R D, Vlckerv. Inspectors n Prior to

high, 1st place: : '. Perry's room\ of our nation show the same spirit ,;l''s': ,You've saved<< Uf your money, hidden deep.in your drawer:; ; ,Mrs I. J. McCall Mrs. ',, ,,)''this years.she served as
BOOK { ." Junior, high u) their financial support to the You'll with friend the i Clrby'Sandlln:, Mrs, Bennie Mae 4 t
: go your girl to department store. n \*deputy clerk for ,
1st place Judy Harvey: 2nd place, war on cancer, the day'of victoryin Grlner
Nellie Robjnson.) ; 3rd place, Gayle that war will ben brought that Mom needs xnafiy things. Xou've heard her exclaim, Night Shift .. ,8 years under her i
# close forwhat "My last Pair of hose I Just ruined." 'I father the late W.
Goolsby: :. much : .r How; little to pay .. Clerk. Billy Burch Inspectors
could: be.; : the life:.of you' or "A new frame for your picture,"' she also has said. Henry Lee, Roy! McDaniels, Gene A. LeWis.Survivors.
Each first place winner was pre your, loved one? And, oh pretty,slippers would be nice for your mom- -ng.
sented paper back book ft his If you personally, or your business But the clippers for her nafls'seem to fit your budget best, clude her mother Mrs. W. A. In't
choice. establishment, haft! not yet 'So yews wrap them up pretty with ribbon all pressed I Precinct No.3 Is of Jasper;' six brothers: \!
During the week a book fair feat made your contribution ant are And that will be for Day Shift and Willie Ray Lewis 'of Jasper. .," i
ured paper backs and trade books. missed next Tuesday' please be your mom Clerk Mrs AvaneU Altman, Mr. Earl and Thomas Lewis of Jacksonville

The highlight of the week was'an kind enough to give to any of -- Or maybe you've grown up to womanhood now L. A.'Edenfleid, tick up box Mr Wallace Lewis of Tallahassee '
assembly program Thursday. the CANCER CRUSADERS or mail And really understand' dear Mom's furrowed brow; Wilbur %tormant, Mrs Virginia and Virgil Lewis of Orlando; '(' .i
Several skfts which were Interest it C$ ct to/the Hamilton( County Williams two' sisters Mrs. Roy Graham of :. -
Instructive and amusing were Unit.,'Amerfcin: Cancer Society P. I And God may have given you kiddies by now, too- Night Shift Tallahassee and Mrs. Ralph iTescott I
presented.ing. The Vocational Ag.,boys 0. Box 146\'Jasper Florida And you really Appreciate what they do for you- Clerk, 'Mm Carolyn T. Cannon of Gainesville ;

emphasized safety with a, short Remember!,To Cure More, Give A dozen red roses, yes she would like those; Inspectors[ Mn.: Alton SiMna k. During the service, Marvin O'- .I
number. Miss Milton's'senior,English More -: Fight Cancer with a A pretty new dress, she can use some new clothes.! Mn Laveme Lee, Ray Hilward' Cain accompanied at' the piano by \
class presented an instructive Checkup 'and a Check" to protect Ah! "I believe TU delight her with a rare treat this year Morgan return box. Mrs Charlie Rhoden.. sang one
quiz'program between the Beatles you, your' family (and others. Dining her out m the steakhouse that's near." Precinct No. 4 song '"Sunrise Tomorrow."
Clerk. Mrs. E Wells Inspectors,
and Lady Bugs about reference And that's wha you'll do for your mom. Active pallbearers were Guy McGhln. -
i Mn. N. B Bryant Mrs. Bill Smith
books. The commercials advertising .; Aaron Hogan, Jack'Vlnaon. I
y bottledNothing", really took review of these to the student body ''l' Whatever you do. be it large, be it small., f.i pick up an return box, Mrs Max, Judge John McCormick, Charlie
,, "Christ and the Fine Arts" "Screw ...I' J.i J. I Hartley I }
the show. Your gift wrapped in love looks to her oh, so tall. > $) t .J Rhoden and Lawton McCulley.lion-*
Hudson and Ben fix pre'seated tape Letters', "Cave of ,Riches", ;' i : o' 'And: even If it'.only Just giving a kiss, ,. ... Precinct: No. 5 orarrpaUbea..n'wereIDu'Bra" .
Debbie :"; .... 'a
"The Day ChristlXed". and "How fc ;: "' Clerk Mr1'F; d Cratoo,InspectorMrs. I '
an.amusing! dialogue. .. ... rl ;",,.;- '-,4ovrTMii. &' ,ttwudtlbrk112ersuch'bled; -- ,, well, Kenneth Tuten,, Judge Hal
&beCw.t ft. ... W. D. Brown, Mn. P.: D Mc
j .-.,. ..7.d.C.esoaadfyye Csrousf+ Wf' < Whatever you give I hope it won't be, '.J..j t Call pick up and.retuni box, Mrs. Adams,Judge R' H. Rowe, Judge
pints Perry's'senior"English class FIRST PLACE WINNERS- ,ARKPICTURED \',,I' The same kind of gift that will be given by me, '1''. J. D. Johnson Samuel Smith. O. Gv Edwards, Ran
interesting book dall Slaughter and Anil Drury.
gave an and 'To BELOW For Mom can use only.one thing she lies 'neath the Prednct No< 8Cleric. !
Zebra In
Station Interment was Evergreen cemetery -
cold ground; 'Sidney' Combs, Inspector ?
Mockingbird" I in 'Jasper Harry'T. Reid a'j
Kill a <
Mrs. gills Morgan. Mrs.
And I can only laY' flowers on ner grass-covered: mound. ; r i Funeral home was in charge' a
Mrs. FeD ef.t'. speech class presented Edith f''Hunt.n Mrs. '3If.' .B. Me-:
a' take-oft on the Beverly VToletta Gammon Neeley pick. up 'And'return box. HKCTIOJVAL YOUNG PEOPLE'S
HlDblllles, calling themselves the Precinct No. 7 1 RALLY AT JENN1XGS
.. Seek, David Keeling Inspectors :t
Bookbillies attemptingto --- ---' ----- -- --- ....
"Bulldog r NI Cfl CV rdlAe' atoms I V-- Aw rdsa -- ASSE>miV OF GOO ;
get 11-berries" to make a library Wallace Hunt. Franklin Gaston Everyone Is Invited to a Young; S i, ;
l ithFicld; ','
to rji James Blair, ,pick and return
pie. Prizes were presented named i IT'S T.I ME. box. 4 JtPreclnctT tip' People's rally Friday, May 8, at x
the contest-winning students ; I 7:30: pjtn at the Jennings Assembly 1 t'
above I Honored at ,AuburnOn -IT'S TIME for the citizens of Jasper to band together In 8.. 8A of God special singing and prea
Clerk R. M. Deas, Inspectors Mrs
John Sapp presented to the library -I unified effort to improve our) community. With. this In mind three J. B. Deas Mrs. .J, D Laslter ching. Pft"w
for Mrs. Register's seventha April 27 Mr. and Mrs; R. W. "Town Han Meetings" have been scheduled In Jasper this coming Wendell Wynn pick upand return (

very interesting book, "Encyclo Chance of White Springs visited week With the cooperation of the Citizens Advisory Committee, the box
pedia of Sports. This was purchased Auburn University at, Auburn, Ala Lions Cub, The Kiwanis Club, and the Community Development Department ,Precinct No. 8B ?
with money the group won tame where their daughter, Elizabeth scheduledas Clerk Joe Mitchell Inspectors
of Florida Power Corporation, these meetings are
at P./ T. A.Another M. Field is a student. They follows Mn. O'Neal GooIJb).' Mrs, John ,I :
interesting/ presentation had been Invited to be'present at : Goolsby, Mn. Kenneth Mitchell ;

during the program was that of the Honors'Women Convocation students of the of Associated the TUESDAY, May 12, at Jasper Woman's Club, at 8:00: pjn. pick up and return box.Precinct R 4

five religious books to the library K I WEDNESDAY May'13, at J.R.E. Lee High School, at 8:00: p.m. : 9A \

by the Ministerial Alliance' of Jas m, .e Jt '. University.Miss THURSDAY May 14, Jasper High School at 8:00: p.m. Clerk Alex Royals, Mrs. Randolph I
brief y friends will be Inter
Rev. Carter gave a Field's King Mrs. John R. Wlllams
per. This is( YOUR Community, All citizens are requested to make
TOM HOLLEy ested to know that on this occasion I pick up and return box, Mrs. Winnie ,
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she received the highest honor a every effort to attend one of the scheduled meetings. Smith. '

college woman 'can attain. She .. Precinct 9B ',
was "upped" for Mortar Board Day Shift
Honorary Society.' Mortar Boards of 1961. nized In the annual spring ceremonies Clerk Mrs. Eva "app, Inspectors
a national scholastic and leadership Distinguished students at Auburn* ,were: Elizabeth Martho Mrs./ Bama 'Braswell Mrs. Cleo 4.I 4.-
honorary society open only to. University were given public new)nails Field: of White Springs who andy, Mrs. Clyde Smith 'I
college women who are entering ognltlon by President Rflph BI received: the Phi Psi Freshman' Night Shift 1
upon their senior year and who Draughon during the second annual -| Scholarship Award presented annually ,Clerk, Billy Jones, Inspectors
have previously maintained an overall Honors. Day Program May 6. to a student In textile technology Hugh McLeod, Foster Shepherd,
average of 2.00 (that t., grade Honors Day was established In1 for high scholastic achievement Kenneth Scaff i. .
'B' or above) and shown qualitiesof 1963 to honor students earning dlsI during the freshman year. Precinct No 10 I .if ,
4Vt leadership and service.It I tlnction throughout the acadimlcyear Recipients' names are engravedon Clerk Mrs. tonic Reeves, Mrs. I +
: ; wUl be remembered that Miss for scholastic excellence: and a plaque located In the Textile larllne Shaw pick up box Mr Glen Llndsey above placed: f r'
Field was an honor grauate of the |outstanding leadership achievement Building of the School of Engineer Pearsall Fouraker return box; Mn third In the Sub-District meeting !
White Springs High School, Class Students from, this area recog Ing. Mallory Morgan I|Public Speaking Contest. te

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chapters; Mayo' ,' Jennings Jasper Br ntont, and J F. Williams t
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Jr and ,Suwannee Chapter, both of Live Oak,' .Won the"SuM->tstrict' u U
S.RDS; .; SEXES Parliamentary Procedure Contest at Live Oak tai. April,17. ; :

OF ;" li. ru ALIKE'n J The White Springs Q Chapter wQ| represent?-tho.Croup IV ,of,District' '

: '. H in the District Cory} aF Montlcello on May 1. 4., \
i FLORiPACAMS t. ffJ The team, shown here, consists of Jerry Conner Glenn Llndsey.Warren'1 .
nOlan 'Randall Frier, SherruT Stems*, Johnny Bryant?
WAUNELLE WALKER JUDY. HARVEY CAMS AND FRESH "HATfK FISH COMMlis"iAl ",1 Alternate. ,.' Cecfl Register. .... : fi; \

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'.9' ,PAGE"TWO,. ._ ., g!ij1'I":\ : ""PFJBTHE I JASPER NEWS, JASPER FLORIDA'. ?f1;day; y&I64.A .
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; : ; ') : ;- \1 Wheat CKMKT&RY WORKING Hamilton ,Students ,.. AMIMUTO ;; 'j' ,
Growers .. ,.' :, :/ I
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Saturday, May 9 will : ,
: '; iI 1ftf: ': .7 J'-C Reminded( working! at !Pod.Pond ,Cemetery y Attend ,SymposiumAtUofF ; :; JHE'PEOPLE' r r ..
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>l b':-, Pubhtfied ,Every ..t "
: > '." < Everyone- Interested please come 4 0 I ;
't! """"" ;jasper .Floridar;; ; Signup ProgramMay bring'your'lawn.mower and other I COUNTY' ; t : r

1Second' Class Postage Paid at } tools heeded to clean the cemetery..
.. 15 is a date wheat growers Bring hmcn ana 1e'b1'eat togetherat Six people from Hamilton County : I .t;
in Advance attended the Junior Science, Eng wo express my ppr
Subscriptions Strictly i should mark on their calendar, the noon hour.JENNiNGS .
Wallace Deas, Chairman, Agricultural ineering and Humanities Symposium '. the opportunity to serve you for the past yearn.
$3.00 in Hamilton County $4.P9.OutsideCountj: Satbilizatlon and Conservation held May 3-5 at the University '..
Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 .Minimum,/ County Committee reminded producers MUSIC RECITALThe White of Florida.Springs\ : was represented by To those of you who supported me in of
today That date is the deadline "Thank You" from the bottom
Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 ]".' for signing up to take part in pupils of Mrs. M. Lv Powell Mr. Clayton McDutfle, science election I say
I .. ,;> the new 1964 voluntary wheat program will have their music recital May 14 teacher Paul Allison and James heart. Leis work together for one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, EditoandPubti:,. >.tliersIl The signup now is under. in the Jennings School Auditorium Smith both etudents. Mr. Harold in the state.FRANK .
lc1enee'tueber at Jasper, best school systems
'. /(' way in the ASCS county office. at 8:00 O'clock: p. m.
--- The Chairman emphasized that The public is Invited: Sue Williams and Don Wetherington
./ 'f1 filing an application is the first Jasper High Science Club members MATTHEWS
represented Jasper.. All six delegates -
': :N,'.: step necessary to participate in the traveled together to the Uni-
[Il program. After thatr a grower will "
need to (1)) keep his wheat acreage Dr.KyserToConference versity of Florida at Gainesville on

w within the fannie 1964 allot Sunday afternoon and. returned -. -_- -'s''M- -- i ********-*.S tW1n. :(>'sN Nr11. .+ .4 .
Attend Yet Taesdaytafteimonv : SXW fr' ? J&WH: ti
ment, (2) ,set aside.conserving :+, "' "* 1 I. 1 t :
@tOo. equal to at least The U. S. Army Research Office WAY
Gi"i. use anacreage [ THE AMERICAN |
11.11 percent of his allotment in' sponsored the event. L
1 addition to maintaining the farm'snormal The program for the event was i "" ST SrGAS
acreage in conserving use, Dr. William E. Kyser, bet Vet. well planned. The delegate heard
a CnatoeeJENNINGS (3)) stay' within the allotment for erinarlan, will attend the 'Seventh about twelve professor speak during u? ,
any other allotment crop on the Annual Florida Conference for the Symposium AD student
t participating) farm, and ((4)) stay Veterinarians which will beheld at delegates attended three different r
NOW! within the wheat allotment on any the University of Florida Medical guided tours of various aspects of eT4'
f other farm in which the producerhas Center In Gainesville on May J6 A the Science Department at University -
an interest In the wheat. of Florida.Jennings
17.This ti,
The voluntary wheat 'program year's meeting on "Practice

offers participating.growers diver Improvement and Management", ResidentsNot .;
RcH lion payment on the normal which will be attended by 'veterinarians
h Cfl Yf yield of the diverted acres; a price- from all the southeastern

1 rr;;.. support loan or purchase agreem4m states is 'sponsored by the Vet. Affected By ,
on his entire production erinary Science Department of the

f. '( based on a national average\ of University of Florida the Extension Change In Post ......'. .
METHODIST CALVARY BAPTIST (dum $130 a bushel: and marketing cerIflcates Service of the University, and the -
,"Enter test Pray' Jasper (;). based on the normal production Florida State Veterniary- Medical Office Services ;I S
Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. Pastor: Rev. Fred Iterring of his eligible wheat acre Association. The theme will stress ,
Sunday School each Sunday lOa.m. I Sunday School 10,00 a.m.\ age. Under the voluntary program economics) and business manage The residents of Jennings, will b* ti wr
Prayer Meeting each Thurs I p.m ; certificates will not accompany the ment in veterinary! medicine. affected very little by the recently;:
Worship Services 2nd and 4th Morn Service JU.XM[ () Lm. announced adjustments in parcel
wheat when it is sold on the market Distinguished members of all pha
Sundays at 11 Lm: and at 8 p.m Training Union .........=830 p.m. The farmers wfil receive the valueof sea of the veterinary profession will i post.and post office window services -

Evening Service tc0'p.m. the certificates at the ASS present a formal program and lead Mrs. Culbreth explained'her
JASPER FIRST METHODIST Prayer Meeting Wed. :'c3/'p.m./ County Office The farmer will receive discussions Speakers from many statement of last week was prompted -
-*Th Friendly Church" the value of the certificates states will participate. Among the by some misunderstanding about
N. E. BOOTH Pastor I .J-t'If'-- at the ASCS County Office. hall featured speakers from Florida are the scope of these changes
ORDER OF SERVICE )AK GROVE nnmcn ff,,CHRIST the programs provisions are met Dr. R. P. Knowles.of Miami;' Dr. The Postmaster at Jennings will 1 jw.; 1 W
Sunday School .... 9:4& a.m. \ Between Jasper and Jennings and the wheat acreage planted for H. C. Hall Tampa:, 'Dr.; Lamar issue money orders,'Saturday'from
Horning Wonhlp 11:00: aja. on highway 41 t( harvest is destroyed by natural Crevasse, Gainesville; and Dr. W. 8 a.m. until 12 noon. Money order
Everyone 4e InrtUd Sunday Morn. Bible Study l6 toll causes the ceterficates serve as J. Weber Leesburg. applications will be accepted""by : rr T
EVENING SERVICES Worship Service ... ..//,,U to 12 an insurance measure to the producer This post-graduate educational the rural carrier and will be }issued
Junior Fellowship __ e:00 p.m. Sunday evening Service('..,.,. 7:13 program is one of many;examples the same day. 'Please make your v
Jr. High Fellowship .. ':00 pm. Wed. Evening Bible Stub. ... aoo: Growers who are Interested onlyin of continueing educatkwT presentedby stamp and money order ptirlch* .
Youth Fellowship ..00 pm. Phone WE8-2091 ;*, price support for their 1964 the Florida veterinary ,medical ases during: the week before.ten .
Worship Service ..... ,:00 p.m. wheat crop may qualify for loansor profession. Saturday Mall will be dispatched .1:" .
Youth Social Hi-ur ._ 8:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH) : purchase agreements by keep at 5 p.m. Saturday ''and Sind*, r"f- -- --
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 p.m Sayer CanoTc.'Pastor. ing the wheat acreage on the farm Hyram Kitchen, D. V. M. as'usual. "'11. r'C
within the farm's wheat allotment. Publicity Chairman ---
'- PRIMUIVE BAPTIST Sunday:School a.tfl.J..1o; :9:4&: GAGSS ffattLffa G
BETHEL .11'OO'a.m *
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Bible Study atf.. a.m each Son.Ckurch Training Union ..t ...> 8:45 p.m. ---- County Gets $34,000
8 4 Sundays each Month '1'NJ'J .Qen el W "...d'1. .1 Tax CheckE 'WMMSr3'.c NC WAS fOt THE PASTHISiOR'f OF
PBYE I 61)0 pm. each SuaAaj .) ..t ao..,W) -p.t-r. I' pEpr4RFB BY eM BROTHeR ,,
Elder U: M. DeVaner pastor State Comptroller Ray.,E. Green sw lL our o Tee '
kid FARM FOR SALE von ;
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F (SfaODJ 1 : \said today checks totaling. $34,000 inarEa? a ,
[I' '1ASriRY: aY1'19tIAM'. '\ G1'' 1>\}'7tI EN. Pastor 1" are being mailed each of the:"61, '' Y PROVESHpRYtORltq. /
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CHURCH,SERVICE alerooiarI I' f 1" counties as their share of The racetrack ax ANOAMtJTY
'The" Rev. William .W..Van Zant II:( MornID"Wo p .. 11:00: ..111'' II HI'' t ,, !t", taS':'fund. .. I' "1'. 3 k >ro 4tavlor

tau School":':-.....V: S a.' m... 1.lrt.: !"fOw I > .aH '7:00,: p.m 200 acres NEAR JASPER The comptroller said the counties I

Services .-*.__.:__1 11:0(0>> have received a total of $212.000
--.-. -- Pr )'er'Jlffle {rl- ,:.'59 p.1D: thus far this year which is an,In-
Y. P. E. ':10 p.1II of
JASPER ADVENT crease J19.COO over payments farthe ;
CHRISTIAN CHURCH '! BURNHAMsV H bttAN' only $150 per acre same period during the previous

Rev. Travis Carter year.
Sunday School ............ 10 LIDo .7"CHURCH) i ., -lee- The payments to date also top the
Morning Service .....to' 11:00am. James Webb*Pastor total payments of $206,800 receivedby
Sunday Night Service .... 7.30: P.m. Sunday; School every,Sunday! !) 10:00 I W. L BRYAN 7924351'or the counties during 1962-63. .. .. .
Wednesday night: : Church Service, 11.a.mJi A 'T p,m. which was a record year. Two
Choir Practice ...... 7.30 p.m. Second and Fourth Sundays more distributions are to be rnader Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE
prayer Service ...... 8:00: p.m. Youth Fellowship+ ] 6: p.m. ROBERT EILERT -, 792-6331 Green said.'One will be June 5.''.and. .
Every,"Synclay) hlght. I L Registered Real Estate Brokers the final one wfll be June 30. i ', P'R CvtNNhEM: dYeamore 2-3001

Truiett M Comer Pastor : JiR'C'HT' POND (JASPER) ---- ",- *
10:00 a.m..e.... Sundayschool 't'...;\41715 r CHURCH EVERY TIME A

11:00 a.m. ,..... Morning Worship Re6.' ethos Blackburn pastor FOREST FIRE STRIKES '
1:00: p.m ........;....... B. T. donday School!l.Y"'M' 10:00 a.ro. '

t.OO p.m. ...... Evening U.I! Morning Framlnr SerVkfrVllOO Union, __,__. 6:81 a.m. / AGENTS FORHOME.

Wednesday night Prayer_ 1:30 Evening Worship .?...>MHMMM. 7:80: 'OU JGEFWED GAS CO.C .
Meeting liid.ek Prayer Service every CHAT' THE A
WeJnuday at 730 ENT
Sunday School *............. 10:00 IfEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH IMIRSINCY N SN1'IU. "
Y.P.E. Sunday r_._..u.. .6:30 p.m.1. Rev. N, M. Rowell pastor I STRATE6JCAUV PRCPOSTTIONEO : ''
Prayer )teetin .Thnrs. _7:80 Sunday 1.l .. ry Sunday .1 IN THE USA. WITH AttttffANDZQUIPMtMT "'Truck to b&Seenlnlndustries
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J. 1,. McNeal, pastor J I Prayer Meeting. on Wednesday alI AND SURGICAL CON ITIOt4.wi ./ i '!

Sunday School ?*+_..,.10:00 I ,7.30pjn. ........ New Antennas,
Morning Service: .....-<. 11.00 1 .
_,7.00 i. MIS I Y1JPTkST I -
Training Union ?,- p.mEvfrning NtR :
Services 8:00 p.m. J..7.. Ft.t4le; I' With 30 ft Poleen
service 8 p.m.FiR'ST'METHo
Wednesday prayer '
Nathan Wooley Pastor installed 1I

CHURCH Sunday School ..._... 10:00: a.m. I
Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard (Each Sunday) I ,
Sunday School .._..?... 10:00 a.m. Preachjng-eenrlc), ,; Each. Sunday al $29.95 \
(A class for every ana group)' .11:00 IxmXimd ,,,10Ph m. ,.'
11 Worship Serrict ..._- ,11:00 am. Prayer Meetinsr Each 'tVedn idat )' Bass I
Youth Fellowship .._;.;. fS:00 p.m. .. .7:30 p.m. T. V. Shopr V '

f. Whit.PASTOR'S Springs every SCHEDULE' Sunday at FRIENDSH g.". r' P1 CHURCH. ,II'> THAT MODERN l o .; '.' Phone e 1.1!T"1 r4T ,t
J. WJ Pastor
U:00: L..'. Tittswqrth, .
Swift Creek each Third Sunday Sunday &N>>otyil'f;! 10:00 y m. X-RAYS CAN BC '\I't' <> ...., 792-6565' _. .- '' _at 8:00: pan Morning WonTt0 ..,... 1:00: ) aim. MAPS' WITH THE : II -
--- _- training Union 6:80: CP EMERGENCY: )
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';. FIRST METHODIST' CHURCH Evening WoftfS<>V/ 7:30 p-m. EQUIPMENT : :
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA 7.00-Prayer meeting. l MOaL iKTa 1---- :; ,. .ir'r f' .
>. Allen Brooker Pastor :'{< :
.(,.' Sunday School ..?_.?. 10:00 a.m.j. a G'JtnNr Sal l-.at.CHURCH '
Worship Service 2nd and 4th OF COD ;. .
: Sunday+ ... ...u........... 11 :00, ..... 1h(' .IJ THev rlPeu'Sunday ,.; .
: Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Suody at SthoolMi! :
; J.j 10.00 am ," 't
4 i- 700 pm Morning Worship ,.._ 11 :.00 am ? k '
Prayer Meeting Each Tnnrsday at '
Wa a.sday :30 i let
8-00 inti NW p.m '
t "Pra e""servicey. .
MOOR RIGIsTItls'r r: n.O' .
MYF Social) Hour Each Thursday I
I ; P. E., jfaAl day, NightJENNINGS _1:10 : RIGI TU FORMS \!. .
i' f Facil. Florida CHURCHSunday Were You Born In I
Bert E. Wheeler \ rSR t OI\ach Sunday *t .'

Sunday School ........ 10:00 AJU 10.00 .. m. I for:
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Strvices) Ea h Sunday morning
preaching Service ....c.1100'A3t is, J..t .. I MAY i in an even year' I
Eveing Service ........ 730 PAL and.f7t'0FIRST J I S ttJ
,Wednesday Prayer Muting 7.3: BAPTIST CHURCH -REMEMBER" I )
ooncmi anssi&NABr D. W. Ksnnon,Tastof' .t( l': I ,_ '

Rev BAPTIST P. M. Aflen tWUKCn, ..!!*' "'j. 1. (SenricesJ cK Sunday) 1T To Renew Your I II' ... .
Pastcp tlndaJA choo 1.t \0:00 a.trs I'-() 't .f "'.. h.w:1. ;f ,
10:00': a.nv-Sunday School ) tornlta.Wo .u.n:00 JJ .. ....
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(except fifth Sunday) Training Union >.....,_. C-SO p.m. Not'ft !.' iijtlfcsurwsuch pretty cargo but the exception .
', 21:80-Morning Service Prayer Serrlce. Wednesday at Driver's License ""'....... this time Is prompted by U14J rlorld Industries Exposition in Or.Wnda".AprihJA..17n / :

.f:80 6-eO pjn.pjn.--Tralnlng Evening Service Union at 7:30 7/00 pjn.1I.m. iTHIS '....."..................wh..... .ot'\. \minion.. Representing, sponsored all 6f'the Jwjbe hundreds.Florida of Florid Development: manufacturers Com- :,.,. y

-*,Prayer fneeting Wed. At,7.00: pm. I -=:'......--.ea. who will exhibit thousands of products at the pcpoaltion 11- this ". ;
a Loco iLakeland. The passenger b Nina .
HOLINESS ..JJ ....J.nl uoijr, a hii-Uftadde '
'' Tallahassee, who smiles a welcome .
I r .,?;14'-t:. ;:' HIWBYTERXAN SPRINGS CHURCH 8. School each Sunday, 10:00 am.Preaching MONTH I ...__.._.....AI c'-- to the 4-day exhibition where buyers &nil'selIera will transact ,-
:"" ',..11)WHITE) business at tko ltate'.larEest and
2nd sal most productive Industrial chow
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.. ; ...lion'" '''M .. She is wearing the official uniform styled for..hostesses at the
, ;L\ '-.r Service.750 p. n. ith Sunday at 11 ..... A 7:80 PJO. 1 t THE JASPER Nrvr" Florida'N",.xjcA7orl4j: :, ,Fair. exhibit.
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'" ,Knapp For supper there was a(raising funds for Ladies Aid Socie'I Sharon Bumham and Marsha
61'i hamburger .cook-out with all the ties. This evening! the Tallahasseeladles Lashley gave a sentimental touch
i : thingsthat go with it1beJaU&htet held a tableau and raised: 'iqr,the song "Moments to Remem
i "t. and! ,fun; continued until 'the 'wee more' than $1,450. According tonewspaper 'p. be," Ann Camp wits acpmpanlst.
l. I fun :'toward,jdiwpu ,White,. beds report they 'sold articles. Marsha Braswell pronounced: the
t.oj2JI ( Enough were readied fot'them-* ,*Gt their own manufacture" benediction ,and _the young people \
.. ,1 .J ._ youth like they*aO $el4 pn th<*floor ,*The Gainesville Cotton States1'described I adjournedfJld; the VjFiJWT jortne|
1 Mrs. Loomis often1's hp teM for a supper and band con scpJUNIdIorPromttt I
', "., : I.VoItl' 'J l. the young friends?oBotyyj Jean,'cert held bythe ladles of that community : ; f.it0llif I
;' and takes great pleasure in theirenjoyment. 10 secure funds to provide I
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-rm : Cfuhhcuse.
| |Ay peas,
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for sick and.wounded' under .
\'qIeH1- 3Yo.-.2.4s5l. scene of the JuniofSenior Prom .
utj ? .' "'(1,, Gerri! Q)ilum'of Wlldwood came thelr'care. one of the outstanding events of the c
up with her family for the weekendand High School year
MOTHER 0' MINK "' 'And'there 'a still retreat. that and the near end of school Mrs Van Zant and Mrs. Dan Bras I,.| The double doors entering from ';
'If I were hanged in the highest biU) I Sweet violets are hiding. J1 1 made this a special occasslon. well represented the Jasper Presbyterlan the south were covered with foil \ \
Mother 0' mine, O' mother O'minej: We know as we pass by, . church at the Synodical while in large glittering: red lettersi r' i
I know whose love would foCow'me4. AM hlies pure are angel thoughts. Roger,Ehlert has Joined the U S. Training School in Ormorui Beach "Carousel which gave the %' t
ttill. 't Are opening somewhere nigh. A'; Air Force and reports to Lackland the.,4 thru 9th of May 1 I i I theme of the party i i t

Mother o' mine, 0 mother o' mine! I lAnd id'that quiet,garden .tr. % '. Air Force Base, Texas for his (I 4 I I- In the center of the large club '
If 1'were' drowned.... In the deopesf ,,11Ie- garden of her heart- weeks basic training* He,win then John Edyni.a.s Geraldine I room was a maypole and streamers .-
sea. ra: *onH birds are always singing : transfer to a base In Mississippi Bryan are proudly: announcing the carried to each table which 1 t', ,
':Itibther'0' mine ..... ,Their songs of cheer apart. i I !for 43 weeks training. Roger took I arrival of a baby daughter April i!I I were arranged around the dance I s
I know whose tears would. jpome"down Ai'ddcptnifttlo ts forever, i his examination in Valdosta. Ills'23, In Hollywood Memorial Hospital ', area. These were'attached to a center
to me, l .Q'ercoming sin l and- 1.nreo'W'' I Q was such that he was given a 1 Hollywood Florida. pole with. a hone, further emphasizing sr
itother o' mine I Sweet as the breath of'rose blown choice of subjects he will study. The little lady has been given the merry-go-round. .
It I were damned by body and soul The fragrance of her life" They are Electronics radio com the name Catherine Lynn The, .
At either' end of the room was.,
XJcoow whose prayers would make 'Ali, p AThdl munications. I I. happy grandparents are Browardand rerefreshments '
f frltf-swtaifl.;7..;.m .. -' After his joining the Air Forcehe Mary Bryan.. |I I were an awning served where of punch and dainty
>iceafNJrgolhtw< 'a'inipult.7ttrs: Cht rte .l>. Looms gave was drafted by Uncle Sam| so i iI I
II, ', Rudyard'J.! ptl1S''i1i iieceWt3bi1 f -'Setn Saga spend.I the went over to Jax and got( his I II Covered Dish for the"May Break- pastries. "T tunnel of pitcurtfa'was
.. \\I : ... .y }lthe-fJgm( % ,JftrtjrFrkfeJr.Jght May.i physical and other necessary check' foft": Friday May 8. Jasper Wo- '' the background for the thereat
)MOTHER'S GARDElt"t .L : 'T I|ups and otherLQ. tests that got ,mens1,Club..J2:30. | which beconie souven1r.--of In r '
,"Her5. heart is like her s fix : him good offers in the "" ( night a lovely young girl: vet of the
garden 11P.1 ) were; I friends some Army .r I frock and her date+- 'ficture is Moonshine Still being
f90d; -fashdoned, quaint and sweet w.t. j>TteWc Barbara, 11 Davis,I Roger will leave for Lackland.AFC, f 'Among those from out o ftown a pretty party In dinner jacket and tlstTpycd'e .
Wither a wealth of blossoms ,: :Qe; Cbllum,' jtoq r, Louise Texas May 10 as planned. I r attending the funeral of Miss Thel dark a young trousersThe : man. n miles South east of Jasper and north ,ofUS J
> I ma, Lews Monday .May 4-were
Mrs. Walter.Dedge* is recupera- Mrs. Sidney Hewitt of Jacksonville I. Sting Ray band from Perry' \ r: i/April 21 1964. The story of the Still ..)
CLASSIFIED ADS I furnished the dance music. So the r .
ting from a recent operation Jil pad daughter Mrs. Martha Florenceof .
--: .- ',, ., .- --,-.. -'.I. JecksonvUle and was expecting togo ,St. Augustine, Mr. Ed Odom of .night of nights came' to a close In being decoyed was printed in .the. April 22, Issue. of \1.

SA VE-SA VE-SAVE!:! "rf ;; ;(VgfnNmg% a day tumefy; Good care back to work this week 'as see.I II ,,Quincy" Mrs. Esther Home of Madison continued o" page 6 ..\' the. Jasper News
30-gal glass lined water hepEii, by hour day or wee {Interested ( retary to ,Mrs. Wyima White: ,, ,, Mrs Walter Prather, Uve .------- t, ,
$74.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators--189- call j: 792-5573 A fo? MaY IS C'|' Oak, Mr. Bill Burch, Uve Oak. I
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95 w.t. 361 lb. i Mrs. Shirley Dedge Arringtonand I
; Upright Freeezers i yffT i itEDr ,
519995: 473 Ib. Upright Freezes! l ,; N : 3 children, Mrs. Gerry Dedge, Mrs., Esther Home, past president .
experierwed colored
$23995; 647-lb., Upright Freezers and children of Palatka were over' of the Florida Federation of'Wo' -a..r 1.
turpentine workers)wod wages, | this week. In to assist little
$299.95; 12-tt Automatic >Defrdt l men' dubs will Install the new
Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freezer! pay' $249.95 w.t. 5-year) warranty, at Georgia. Lakeland TurpenUnenfax for the Junior Senior Prom. II II I club Friday, May 8th.
Manning's Radio Service,".call 792-: ,,Inc. ,: Mayes; 1 I I Miss Nell Bigble of Albany come ", . : Thank
4421, Jasper. tic .- : down to attend the Junior Senior The Science symposium down I ;, :
VISIT FRIER -- (% Georgia Plate Glass Co. ', prom. She is the granddaughter of,at,U of >Florida early this week was : ;.: I
Mrs. Lfllian
Bigble. attended by Mrs, Bertha, Sue WIlliams I
Uve Oak Florida fort all your I tore FrontsM Don Wetherington, from Jasper D'
musical needs from drgans.,aog I- )to I rroV ttenthlered "+ Mr. and Mrs. 'J. 1... Collum of and Mr. Clayton McDuffle, I
: .Tub En4bnuire.; bo"'enI
pianos to records and '
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"' Wildwood were house-guests of Mr.I. White Springs.
era. :: ,v,... tic 'BS.. W, Savannah VALDOStA A<-e.. OC2-5285' and Mrs. C. D. Barker, Jr the week,!. ,Don Wetherington goes to U of
'* %- ":: 'I!.", end. Donna Collum a Jasper High Florida this summer for an 8 weeks !
REPAIRS I senior until they moved early in science "l nat.h, You '
We repair all types T. V.1: and FARMERS t ui '. the year cameup for the Junior course.II. ; ..
radio. Also Small appliances; Man .
II Senior Prom. Friday evening .
I flings Radio Service, Jasper 792- MONEY .
4421 your oper i : The banquet hall at the Elementary '. .. i'
_tic i tions at reasonable cost Termsto The Home Demonstration Club school was ready by S oclock
tit your needs. LoA"8'up,'W met theirs after 29 make t '"
DOUSE FOR SALE IX JASPCK April to I Friday. afternoon.
Only $2,000. Can be financed :, I-years. Can North F'orld" 1Pit>r. biscuit for 'Ire: Festival at Stephen The tables were In horseshoe arrangement ..
::- Others $3500 to $7.000 ?Set' I Auction Credit Assn. S. Ohio AvedviOalc Foster. MTJ. Mamie Deas and Mrs.! with a color motif of .
Bryan, ,79Z-43S1..or, Robert'I l Ter 362-2588 Al Denton sat over at a table with pink and white. Spaced at Intervals
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792-4491, Registered .I eaT"to] .. Shawnee (...ur,. buttermilk and a were large vases of white oak: leaf I sincerely appreciate the vote that was cast
Brokers. ,.MUfr bit of know how soar had bisquits tydranger white down the center :

-----.- ;...-.-. tipFOR p0U9E'FOR'' SALE IN JASPER, ready for '!'ie oven-the best biscuits railed dainty pink roses. The for me by all.'.of, the people, of Hamilton County. '
SALE-HOUSE and'.4.tcres that con: ever be made. Oother souvenir booklets were bound
Only $2,000. See W. L.
near Jasper. Only $6,000.:Small 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491.Bryan ladies stoc 1 waiting to, split the I In pink and white with a tasseled You rest assured that I will continueto
tobacco allotment. See W L. Dry Real '' biscuts, fll them, with ham and pencil; ., may :
Reg.; Eatate' Broker, tf
,.. an 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, 792- J 'J slip them into the baggles ready The menu was- Tomato juice the law J
:4491..Reg.'Real Estate Brokers, tf USED ELECTRIC RANGES' FOR for the Hair-there were near 200 totoe.. salad, baked ham, crabapple ( render to eadiYof, : you same quality
'j j '(tyxV *-"*. : '* ?' ". .: S Good condition.$40 and biscuits: in butterbeans with rolls in future I have in the' V
enforcement the past
1 *."*' *'BOUSE FOR RENJ..of'BOOH8; by did Repair, Jas.r .; .:. ,. f' For desert there was pound cake' ,as
day, week, or'7 n ,iAlapah ?'pbortq';792 : tic Dawn DeVane, youngest: t daughter with Ice cream. coflfidelice in reflected 4
.. ..Motel.. ,", ;' y ... ,W; ,. tfp I .', of Max and) Rebecca DeVane of 5?The ;.ladles, responsible for the I appreciate:''your '" me, ',s. .
: 1 ed Immediatelyor woW Atlanta had her tonsils out this Sinner were Mrs. Liylllan Bigble, t and will :'always' stand ready to
'. HELP WANTED Experienced I tfan supply consumers with RawLhIt week and *as able:to say"hello" Mrs. ,Myrtice Allen,. Mrs. Nitthe by your !vote, <
>, '.r Tavern Cot*,Apply Twin in Lakes person, ,Georgia.21v14kes 1 Id I. Products. :Cam'.in. earn. Hamilton$50 weekly 0.twtFJasper grarctrnother. Edna. .when ''I Mathis.(Don Wetherington .was master of be of assistance t01 all lgf:.our citizens.I .

miles S of yaldostaonUS.41 'itcFOR part time $100 and up fun time. 110 ceremonies.Ann .
RENT Unfurnished C'i Write Rawleigh FA E 150 336 Mrs. Wes Roberson isin: River Camp gave the Invocation.The appreciateiyour.yole; and I now look forward '
Hospital Jacksonville for surgery Welcome Seniors t
Memphis Tern. June26P to was
6731.ment. Mrs. Palmer Smithy''%'1! the past Monday.. .. I given by Linda Ffcnnel President to the f futflre'wjien we? can all work together t
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..IQ'IITJONARTS' -4 4 For alltn1lkes ONE' HUNDRED YEARS AGO. the Seniors made the response. for the safety and. welfare of our county.
MALE HELP WANTED ,.?_If'' and models of lawn mowers, May 7, 1864 Mike Jones represented the Sophomores ,
Earn $20 per day or more In permanet chain sews, marine and outboard I Tableaux, combination fairs.and Brenda Levine was Freshman ,I *,. 1 It\
route work. Will trainmanor motors. Also for all makes and festivals have become very popular representative.After '*i Sincerely, .
woman if Inexperienced. models of farm tractors and foreigncars. forms of intertalnment in Florida the dinner Carol McLaughlin -
Mr. Heath, Box 2766. Writ: R. B. Jackson ,Garage Ph. and are being held throughout the presented gifts to the sponsors GH4&LIE: RHODEN '\ '

f! Tenn.. .MaylSp. 'T92-3691 tfc state, mainly 'for' the purpose of Mrs Thomas Bridges, Mr. C. W : ;
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,.' I, would) like to thank all of? our loyal supporters and voters : To.M.v Man'y ti
tst: h>. who worked so.faitblully for ,our re-defection.( : The e.'e' :.ion is over, J\

:::and to ,those, tyho:voted against u awe have no ill fee.'ing.. In, the '.. ; .
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.: ,. words?of,,immortal, Lincoln! Sri tI,}> malice toward none and with ;;

'. '::, chanty lot*all,'*' let 'us'Vfor1c 'together for the growth and develop-) ,fit, t' :'lfi H@milton"County. ;

\; xlment. of 'our most important' resource, Our Children. ;" ', 1 t ," : .. :: frj.. .

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0' :...;., :' : :. .. :.Your Friend, I.f I wishto express my sincere. appreciation ...;J.y: ;. .. ,t
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\. K J& JL1: to ,all of ;you who,shaver tjbied.with! me ,in this ,/ \ ,' \:
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'. .".' :*. Hamiltonf'County 'I. effort, I'm counting onall,, of you even more than, f M / :; !f!
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; ':'I... ; -i ..I want:to. take,this opportunity-.tO,thank you .for 'the manycourtesies
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J O'' ... and wasrm:.welcome which ,J.recelVedw i1e YUJtinc'witb ?;;t'::' future with de.dlca d people like you. .... -' ;{; ;I f.1 .'

..;. 'you during my campaign for the'office County Commissioner for '
Cecil A for a.
i', hktir Join with Kennedy a greater :
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r oYIlt. ; : District. Vote 26 for Cecil :
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"", +,, I will use my best effort*' to conduct the affair of this tam Seventeenth District. I V ... ., :
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.,_ 'f, '." ,,.. .i. of the confidence and. 'trust apre4' I. by' your' support.' ... ,. ff" ,: .,:;}..'t 1. CECIL. ;"A. ....KENNEDY, *' .. \

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''I "Not everyone that sayeth unto me, that were saved were added unto

I 11! ,; "You and Yo" 'S/'oC; : ; I denominational Conversionwhich creed: and I. Lord.ol Heaven Lord, shall but: he enter that,the doeth kingdom the f and them baptism after they in that were act"in which Christ"putt, ENERGY-FROM IDAF/o-T/ EVEREST :

statements of faith have departed will of my Father who is in Heaven. I one In Christ and the final act olsalvation. 4
,c'1i. \by M L Powell ... I further fromthe simple teaching, Matt 7:21. If the doctrine of 'Talth In Galatlora 26-27 Paul 1 I//// a7TA10E5 OHCm 1n401f6NT { '
( \i; J of the word of God and where moreof Only" was a most wholesome doctrine -t J writes "For ye are all children of r 1r, AR6 s q.Nt ktaavNTD t36 '
Graduation tim It Just around and excellent: choices: for next ye r''. both Ignorance and superstition and very; full of comfort as I I God by!faith in Christ Jesus. For.1 % 1 NIACIN ta1R5TINti WITH FOOD YAmr1R + Y '
the and another clan will many of you aa have been baptized AM AVCRA06 CCKWO OP
corner again The Commencement sermon some disciplines affirm then the y't
have crept into the general rellg*
{ at high achool seniors HH be leavIng -, 'be delivered in the I First Baptist ious beliefs of the people than their devils Would have reason to look) Into' Christ have put on Quilt /yR N r POTATOES 6t5EHiW.CONTAJNfr t1uTiUENiC SUCH ,
our high school to' take their Church in Sunday. Evening May 31, beliefs concerning what .is known forward to salvation since James | The passages of scripture which CIRAK.N' "
places in institutions of higher learn at 8OO: p.m.. The"'graduation exercises -'1 CONVERSION. says The devils also believe 'and show that conversion simply means YWAMIN flINAAINE, p / ,,,
) ring nursing school, trade schools, will be held in the high school as Conversion literally means to, tremble" James 2:19.: It is sad indeed one's turning to the Lord in the
and armed services, marriage and auditorium on Monday evening aroundto that many live and die in the divinely! appointed,way are abundant -
In various piacea of employment June 1 at 8-00: p.m, The class will change one's mini..totun, state of faith believing themselvesa :So whatever the Lord has
We are constantly conscious of our conduct its own graduating exercises transform; to.change from one saved (converted) individuaL I appointed for the erring child of
responsibility In seeing to it that : without benefit of any. outside state thing or substance to another. The presence, of faith pricks the God or the alien sinner to do in
we send these young people out speakers. To speak with religious: significance: heart of man and brings the feeling turning to him that they may be (
Into conversion stands for the whole of
thler new experiences beyond Six members of the graduate which is many times mistaken for saved is known as "Conversion". ,
from ;
high school Just as well prepared as .. that spiritual change unbeliefto
recommended by the I Thin the alien God plan is
pas were conversion, or salvation Is To sinner A TEAM /WOUNTAN/ CUMBQ* i .- .
we possibly can. belief, or faith, with its accomp ', .; '
Principal to the faculty as honor a sad mistake and only one New Hear, Believe Repent, Confess: WILD CENTUr frCALEP Mt EVKEST : :-
anying moral change: from a life of WCRUTC MI6HE4T MOUNTAIN PEAK. "" ,:. .:
With the >
staff .
? Q apV graduate at the regular meeting Testament account of conversion ChrUt and be baptized for the re / ."
p ; proachfng close of last Tuesday afternoon. Those sin to I" life of righteousness in should suffice to show the honest mission of sirs If one does this he CITEP FRENCMS rUROU6H IN4TANT WITH aVINtfKCCLOR6 POTATOES ASCOWN6 t .:: ;flr.. pIN
pT 1 school we would recommended for honor positions Christ. You will please notice the truth seeker that more is requiredof will not be required to Join some MAINTAINING THE ,. .,
I ,-' also like to remind had a 2.5 quality point average and expression "IN CHRIST just the man than faith, church. The Lord will add him to ENE bY AND MORALE OF THE MEN. i l -f ".' x
dill I e a ":.. {J pupils and Florida 12th grade placementscores presence of faith does not accomplish his church. Romans 10:17, John 8: ... -. .
'T"i i .i; parents that we of 300 or above. Jerry smith conversion but ,leads to con The day of Pentecost will :serve 24; Hebrews 11:6; Luke 13:3: Acts -
." _J will be register- was selected as Valedictorian of version. Paul said htat,that which as a good example of conversion. 17:30; Matt. 10:32: ; Rom. 10:10: ; ...
I Ing for next years his class and David Bembry was avails In the sight of God today is, On this ,day Peter'filled witluthc!cHoly Mark 16:16: ; Acts 2:38; Romans 6: t't.:.;;
of work selected the salutatorian. ,,Other "Faith which worketh by Jove" Gal:
y f. program as Ghost preached the first gospel ,
3-6 and Acts 4147.:
before the end of honor graduates were: Bonnie '5:6. And it is clearly pointed out sermon on record to that massive Kenneth E.: Thomas Box 226 2$2I< r .
( the term We Jones Hazel Knapp ,Matt Marable, that one must obey from the heart audience.' Ills stirring words Jennings, Fla.pMpS.
want to urge pupils and parents toi Sharon Bennett Other members of that form oL doctrine presented in oonvienced the listeners that", they
begin thinking about this, matter this years class are s Dianne Carter I,the New Testament before onq' is were fauilty of putting Ie o death toe t.i:
noW so that we may prepare the Faye Caaon Diane Clardy, Kath- made free from: sins. Romans 6.1613. : Son of God,. and that God had raised '
best possible offerings and that Jeen Daniels Nell Dedge, Shirley I / POTATOES ALSO PCU&Hf
i him from the dead and he now was A RASH Of PILL
purls and parents may make good Try, Harriet Gibson Judy Goolsby Many will say that there Is nothing sitting in Heaven at the right hand 5. ADDS A 6CAWW,AN ACCfNTV ) .:t '*r.,
I II I for man to do in conversion but of God having been made both \\UBt\iR \ + > WfXORE&ANO// l<2r>* CURKY.AN JNPIAN(eAVES FLAVOR fOTAlTOf t.l1ft :

,the language of the New Testamentis Lord and Christ. The record says 1)E1Q ,, Lrj *? THE T-5-1"8 tx rrAL/: VARIETY a
tdl quite to the contrary. Christ said "'No v when they heard this, they MA ) Sato TV OF tiVIC 5 APPeP TO INSTANT y.rr t.",':
t --- POTATOES 6"rEs TV6M! A .
were pricked in their hearts:and iR frCDRMCT ToU>l AhU{BPJIi&S Iii,',
I FLORIDA, facts .said unto Peter and to the rest"of ''OR EXOTIC RBCIPE& O THE WORtWTO > """ -
by Ruth Green, Gall hirst.. Jane the .apostles Men and Brethren THE KITC-HEN EAfelLX ''
Kelly, Shirley Mills, Joyce Phillips! r'i.-," .. '
what shall we dot Acts 2:37. Now
Carolyn Raines, Patricia Register if the presence of faith was assure '
Vivian Simmons, Diana Sullivan of salvation the inspired Peterdlden't ---- -.-- -- =
ance ; .,'
Elaine Webb -
WauneQe Walker know it because he told .
Ruth Williams Everal! Alien Jack
them what they must do because
Cox. Tommy Daniels. Jim Daugh- Ai. ....
I ,,rt Radford as yet they were still In their sins ,::t'
I tery, Wayne .
"Then Peter said unto them, Repent '
Harvey Paul Hunter Billy Jackson mere everything'.lab' 'Joy :
George Johnson, Linden Lash- and be baptized everyone .\ to:7t.f Best waaderfnl 1'yaeail .
of you{ in the name of Jesus Christ tt.
; ley Gall Law Jimmy Lawson .0 ;.
for the remission of sins and ye i.
Gene Mitchell.
; :.. Carl McGauley, .IIi,
t. .;. DonneU Register Bill Reid Marvin shall receive the gift of the .Holy <
1 ) 4 .. ,. Selph] ,'and Jerry Stewart Ghost.'Acts 238.: Now verge 41, .
c. la' RIN TIME at M:
\ ,., i Other announcements concernIng Then they gladly received his Awl%to'*f typ .. any else! :.
-- graduating; exercises: and other'word and were baptized: and the RUBfcXR STAMP tr.r she ': .
activities connected with the closing : same day there were added unto .ef seaalless N aha ..ry t H3QidyL ": .
1" of school will be announced as them (The Apostles) about 3000 luss.t. .... .J.,'..{
developments arise. I souls. The apostles were the first el-quality RUBBER -; "fI
SOME OF RORIDA'$,.. '-" members of.the church, and those STAMPS rauall7 belli t* MOTEl I ,;
rARE l.a m' you years aad an
"- r..g4rr.Vaasn.rwie. O Spacious room, tnltM, tiadendet, all lays
n plea far balconies orerlookln' the MB. *Atlantic air
,! HYBRIDS. THESE INCLUDE TANGELO, TEMPLE AND KINO .. ..... aUw,what ya wroald.rdb.
-, ..HI cenditloalaf and befrof...E dlo,,TV...Tilaphooa
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FARMERS\ s e. MV '
: BUBBKB STAMP a..d. ODkacWon Beach 0 Heated Pool O BcsUortat
tkat f..say bar*.We ab* O Cocktail Lonn< 0 Badminton -v>lltq BaaO 'w. .
While Florida./ .. For the best in protection and. coverage; For? the b... a wide s.l..ti.a .1 Parties 0 Plumed Entertainment Program 'J,1 -'.

ENJOYS A VIRTUALMONOPOLY.ON most reasonable rates and. For the most, liberal ad >MABKinC ei.w DEVICES+ lav O Jtut minutes from the famed BATS :
SOME. ,..,.J. justments-buy your .. k' eat downtown shopping 0 BEASOKABU .
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'Of ITS PRODUCTS,' .' (:{
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PAGE SIX t:. \.. THEJASPER NEWS. JASPER FUOtRlDA; . ". Friday.May81964

i' cradu l.aeerur-s. -+I .I3 -

the comer I IrJgLk laughed that characterised: her .. -..-..: -. -r-. ._- -Vf' : V ..:rrA _-\$-.. "WI. V.t

places dhl&hIncoorhl&innfng yl, nT ;, fis even Her\ to sjn-law!mother!her casual,formed her acquaintances VUttfraSrfl a closeness A t UIie'..t": -\- Piibl'P :' Ah'nOOn 1 eaiAV eqts ] ,, ,. .< :ir..rob1I PEOPLE. '. : _" h.: ',. '". ,-'. t.{

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rues that was'fecognlzed.When At. .
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4 and *ned : ., word came fewtopntahs.' OPtj1Ar1 ON' COUNTT, .thence. West parallel with said .'.. .)<... .., ;.OFHAMILTON% .COUNTY, ') .t.tI.
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a w... w.. ._ ,& 'pIAR1DA!t.... BUt No 0 a distance otSI : : ?. .? ,
t In vartoua ed perh-we, quote. 'Will ,be sold before 111* court houee .. feel' thenoSouth S10 feet I. 1<.." 'f. .. ', f ; ? f
) !' W.'areJ'eaponan.nf cons "They are'hot dead! They have but door of .kld county at 11:11 a.m., oo to the polat of beglaningcoptain: 1 would like ci' friends0'6'arid ; '
\'TV.A'1' grateful
continued from page 3 mists that blind the tlth day of M.,. next, to the lug f acre, and being located lathe : to express my : aprr, ttipn to my.
Passed beyond' the highest bidder I for cash a on. el lflitbundivided North Half NH) of Section 'supporters .and all of the people{ who worked and voted for
we' tend th the early morning hours and another us here Into the new and larger InUMit In and to 411 ao- 4. Townshln 1 North Rang 14 '. me. ,
Into I II n., more or !"', of and In laid Ea.t.f in t'ne'recent election. :
,Wet' I'Mt' ,croup of young people had life of,((that, serener sphere countand itat, b.lnr that IdontW pursuant. to the final decree of foreclosure > ,
blah school,J we possibly come were to look back to May, of clay. I .. 1 Tod rick a.d wife to 1C E. Lee aid 'Court the style of which .Is I also extend best wishes,to Bob Miller for a successful tenure.
Traders Inc
(now decoaied) by deed dated NOTI. Mortgage Investment .
1964 with tender nostalgia. ToTpufe Jjfeir shining garments on, I 1 141, recorded<< In deed book No. a Florida corporation. Plaintiff, vs: of office as Clerk of Court. '
The Seniors take Into\ opportunity TbcyUiavt,not wandered far away, 33. pp. SI.11 of Hamilton Count, J. D. Bill Jr. ,and Ruby Bill, his .
Florida to which deed and the Defendants.
roe si
to express their 1 th&nks for jldi Theyure pot lost or 'gone. or4 thereof rd.r.nc. h.nbma4.; wife WITNESS et my hand and official, ; Sincerity.,

+ courtesy from the Jifrilor' Class and And ever near, us. tho unseen for all necessary purpoeea especially; seal o .atud Court thl,* n'h day of .'. ......
say a hearty "Thank ,you" for lawonderul The heir immortals spirits tread that bounds of of description said lands.by metes sad April.UtBAL a \1014.THFLMA LEWIS .' I.'fc P. D. SANDIN Jr. ,

.as evenIng: Fklr.alldhe boundless universe The Interest to b. sold being oneahth Clerk Circuit Court of ,1.-; .

SENIOR President$,pmCERS Matt Marable 1964 ;. Ia/.UPn.btcTh07CSap51fw dead.! a Rood.*' the*.widow Register that was of Lee said the_(R.now share E.deceased Lee ef (Mr the a) ITcr. by Hamilton Alice; Jones, County, Deputy_, Florida; Clerk =::: = :: =::= : ;=;;: ::; ::= :::;:::

vice President, David Bembry -J, L. McCrury undersigned Lewis 8. Lee being the

V Secretary, Hazel Knapp YQrtMij jt. .death-this seeming administrator: on her estate by ap.pointment NOTICE' OP MTF"'ITIO* "{
of the Ordinary of Clinch TO UHSOLVH IOHFOHA1IO: !
Treasurer.Gall Hurst ':
want to urge a Reporter, Harriet Gibson I'M Wei w4Mt{ ; rtJJi 1; info soul at last acting aa euch. and a certified cop provisions of. Section 001,SI, Florida f4 .
t of such<< appointment together with Statutes, th*' corporation listed betewi '
begin thlnJdniJ : wi 4\Mtlree.: his letters of admlaistratlon sad pfthe .
the, sa.m* j>.I lng 'Incorporatedunder
now: so that d f President Linda Fennel 'fJI/Jf/: TM bainper e 1pot .br time of-space'rvQ'u leave toll the said property a. the law* of Florida, and according :: .
brit Vice President David LaWIQ'II) J '; ranted by the Court of Ordinary ef"linen o the records of the Be.cretary .
possible Co Oa.. all bi g fled, and fecorft "

.puipb, and part.; ., Secretary, Carole McLaughlin. ae J i % T9f tyPp if.,''death "TM immor-: I "In..th.'office of.the., County peaty of ci.eUoe.ueqt BtaleXsueh for corporation three (I) years ap
Treasurer,. /Ann Camp aJ: ait '),-e. Judge'of Hamilton County; Florida or,moie //q the filing of reports'and' '1
to which reference I I. hereby road V f"UJte. under ovis- i 4k4 THANKYOU
d ;
Martha : payment
Reporter Carter.. m f FAd \\J, ear Voyager- r Deed will b* mad to the pureha ions of Section.05,31.. Florid Statute 1 i
'. . fc *.vi 1 fal long. :'e'4 r'Your er at said sal* b law undersigned *. ad that under the provisionsof .
aw I authorised by laid Section .0..... FloridA 8&atuts >
Jasper folks ari'sad at the pat! :work; la. done-nlay.. Reference to also made to said corporation has been Ing of'Thelma Lewis aJtbpugfj( for rest with thee record. la the office ef said aa .W vt.to dissolution and that
months it was known she was fataT four peace'Bnaiy thoughts and deeds Judge for record. of certified copy tb'l tbr..Ul.. months after date of listed this
the proceedinge'tn': laid Cour publtctttiun such corporation:
ly ilL ., they will live en Ordinary; Clinch Co., Oa.. In >elow.ha*.,not In the meantime filed s ''
Friends Estate of R. E. Lee. t* declare Ste due and paid taxes I
came from far an Sp death reporta otf
$ 'tis
ari Yfbfcf 4f immortality .
pot .
administration. .proceeding on hi* *s- due undtr th.'provlsbss Section I ITo
to pay their last respects to a FarWen dear voyager, the tat.. IDS.II. Florida' Statutes will b* ccrtl- .
young woman who had,been their river winds and turns; This the 11th day of May 1114 led (*. the Governor of i the Stale of

friend in an official capacity,fw1, Jbej!? cadence of your cone wafer Estate LEWIS of 8. :Mrs LEE.,Rhoda Admr.,Beg :Florida. qt,that who time I will dlesolvlng Issue a Proclamalon said corporatfon. :

26 years as Clerk, of the OrcutiCoort near 'to us. liter Lee. deceased .
in Hamilton County use Airfnfe* know the things that Address, DuPont. Oa. n tcfo '
you April l ISIK NAME!:' B 1t BUILDERS : FHIN-
IT. May |
It .is significant that she be bulled! !3U: bear learn ."Ert.ioin op BUSlNi.38. JAS-

the day before ,the election of .anew ,77)fre, ) :}its.J i10*" death, their immor- THE CIRCUIT COURTOF PERu.IIi0furtber.; : directed that copy of .
years ago taaty be published one time In
r this notice
re-elected she said she only warrtlSt J 1.11111'' CIRCUIT, IN AND ,FOR The-.Jasper News k newspaper publUhed .
;) the office one more term. ,Mrs, Graham Black had as weekend FLORIDA. :In which'4n' county Hamilton the County home orIIld:1
'' the citizens "Hamilton
," lma's'* ) guests the Black's cousins Mr MORTAOR 'INtKSTMKNT In" Chancery the akov j'M' d corporation 1. mown County:

Th e I aAA>\tr f J. Gary Black of Beau- TRADERS INC. a FlerUa t'rr ; V1TNBSS d. < WHEREOF.. I
manyi years Miss Thelma had Carolina. Also Mr. and Corporation. J"Ial.tlff set hand
fort0Spujth I "lli have hereunto my Certainly in
served as deputy clerk eight. years. Mrs.J Edwin: R. Sine of HolJywood.IflPT J. D. SILLS V.JR. ..4 and caused the of Great Florida Seal to every person's life there areA

f ,Governor Fred Cone appointed ? ttqf fheir) winter home en route' HUSSY SILLS hl. wife of b* th affixed* State at Tallahassee" those wonderfuKmoments of
U her to nil the unexpired term of to their summer, place In New Jersey. et NOTICE.L OF FORFC1X d.foaut.>SITRB BALE' iii the Capital, this the 21stday happiness and accomplishment -

f SOME C her father in 1938 and then she was Joining the visitors here was BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT of April. A. D. 1114
r 4 ,(SEAL) TOM and I that such is feeling
,. OUTSTANC elected.' Mrs. Clarence Howe of Live Oak. undersigned Notice la Thelma hereby; Lewis.given Clerk that the of I?. Secretary of State ; know my -

J Ale Miss Thelma Lewis was well. Jasper friends dropping In'were the Circuit Court of Hamilton County MayI of enjoyment'lhrough .
THe El known over the state and it was her Mrs. Will Carter, Mrs. Math Wether Florida, will on the llth day of May, Q' the kindness of all the
lfYIIIos.'t 1114. at 10:00 a.m. at the front door ((1Ufl. ) '
custom attend :
l to the State lerk legion. ,and Mrs. Vlrgle Hyman of the Hamilton County ORDER people of Ham'iltow'County: in
c Mt'1GE Conventions' . .. JL ,Mf. and Mrs. Ed (Coach'Spring) In the City ef Jasper Florida' ,. offer The Game and Fresh Water Fish returning: me to
1 She had loyal ? for1.]. and sell at public outcry to Commission of the State ef Florid,
personal and Daughters Jeannie andGale the highest and best bidder for cash under and by virtue of the power. office for without
1' ,.a litfle chujckte ,w lei(,$ h< rfinring haye returned to, their the following. described property Ht- and) authority granted under Bee a seqgiuJJer.ni oppositicn I
t Whilq .1.hf ,JNOTlCEqrlT J-, uatedn Hamilton County; Florida. tlon 10, of Article IV of tae constitution .
j to-wit: of the State of Florida aa amend sincerely "thanlp
: .. The East Ninety (to) feet of the d tend ratified by the voters of FlorIda nH'j;
-, following described truct of. on November 1. 1941, and Rules

l OTItIS MONOflEw0rSa TYr Is tcSALE;: On land. acre of land'described a* fot.lows In and official Regulations meeting of held the Is Commission Tallahassee /v" I want all of you to know that it has been :
Notice !
,I hereby given that on; ,the 5th day of June 1964 at the hour of to.wit Beginning the Florida, April 14. n. tiksestabllsKed .
,00nsPRPHosrHA Southeast' r twelve o'clock noon, at the courlhq {rin.the: County of Hamilton, Stateof Paul Hunter, and from thencerun for an Indefinite period of time. ,. an 'honor and a/pleasjiie/ ; to serve as your County ,
East lie feet Mong the the following described area In H.
"+ k&N: CO Florida, tax sale Mmflcates! -yyJip!\.aold on the. .following described North edits of Plate Road Number m1#ton County, Florida:
r f11rd land to the amount due It; thence<< North S10 feet: That area situated North of Judge durwgtb fast .term and I now look
'\4 fRO.\\ pay : fWJJ91J3 ,ftxc9 herein, .s H opposite the lame, Oenoa lying In the .Southwestern J ,

,J 't 't j:1: 'together with all costs of'suhr: %'Kan4( Advertising.DE8CBIPT1ON IN Range portion 16E.of Township tad the ,for fard .to .the ,f uiiire,, when I can continue to. j

l $TAns Ao. : home in Miami jsfter .'Visiting Mrs. Northwestern portion of ... .

-"il.fl q f tCOUNnJES.. -.t, : ..11l :)v&.l I '''If' .R tt Lucille Hester and her? familY'and Township known an IS the .%Range asm fasu 15E :: be. ,of service, to youf: tv '

I 8. T. R. Acres OWNK. Amt attending the Cason family 1 reunion '1-J ore and constating of ape "= .d f !() ?
proximately .
I; U aore more or less Gall was to have spent a week in .
t To be known as the Adams It.is feeling'To'Eiio ,'of
SI page c -.r: ..O..: ,H.;.Book.....1 IN um % her Miami home before returning Pasture Wildlife 'Manage.meat indeedra.rewarding; ,,
Sammy Stephens A to F S. U. In Tallahassee where Area.May ,
Wit. ___ trtfst
: 31.77lw.y' 8 confidence and that have in
Lot. S 4. S of Blk C, '. onr'1 people
abel sophomore and of the 'l
flub __ ._. a one
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s ; U lttoml l Johns Brown... '14.11 honor students.During' ... .
.. ; her year illness the t"" ; ? ''.me;,and you'Hia rest assured that I will never,

page ill ? SS 3N lie 3f Abraham .. .._ .
44 acres described laD. ', e+ +.+. Shanks |2t 11 Honorable Thelma Lewis, Hamilton ttliaj betray this confidence t in

BEJ B.21.pot.277.-TI or NW Tf ivts1//*) # r\U. jsj>.>:4"n3fri r*1II Col..+'--,,,,.,,,?._ 11114 County Cleric of the Circuit Court S10P M:4' ML, 'r any manner.

of 8WH 7s. R/w S4 J>N; $B5! aM J'*"ni Robln.on A'' :.: was truly a brave soldier, seldom "
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7iiak 1 acre la JOE Corner of : j L f f iI. *""* "----i-1- -' fill did she mention her Clness or corn MALICIOUS 'With man go0d:Wishes to each of you, lam

BH of NWtf of 8EH 10 IXfltttaytf. ;.1' Charles. E. Perry plain. She still had her bit of Wlt- WOODS ;l flU

Chevrolet's .. ,. Wit.. ,_........._;...._......- IST1 recenly. writing a letter back to ,

t .the crooked SH'of NH of the NWVi of *Jasper she .said. she guessed she BURNING ,s, day ., Sincerely yours,
SE14 aa described In v would have to go AWOL to get

With a do\\ 10. R.L C. Darby aO here.to,,vote". She tried to cheer JOHN H. McCORMICK
Book. 41 SI 10 IN Uti Wife, Essie Mae .__,10."
each cornet; 8fc of lot 4 a C.C .... I8W14 WAil3A,110 Woodrow Waters a herfamlry/ and others rather than .,' ..

bump..wj Wife: ....-..,......,,.... ,._ 145.10, be cheered. Thelma's place won't "!(" -
of 8W14 except '
get away wf 3EH of 8WH of SW14 $' } W.ten A ,S .\ be;filled 1nJasper. Its lonely at .Y County Judge

'.1'l IdE.5if7j.! Woodrow. -....-. 'L LI thej}courthouse and on the 'street .. t .' I
With buUt-J 8H of BH ereEt4 to" ui I, : .:
where she daily;
HVs of 8EK of 8W14 .n IN fie s 1eptlh; Oun.b-; ULTt
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NH of BH of $E,4tNHofSBH A .
Ball-Race ab'roads of BWH 11 tHo 1F4 ? '!'bdU, D. Oraham II." 1 h :t ., -

; aa grth; NWH%" of BEH" except I .. r -
t 1
acres on B aide a : 'I 7(, I.) fI r COMPLETE SERVICE.
except t acree on W "
for school BWtt of .
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side and except SH acree *1.1' .}., ( t .,
8Em except I acre n.H'? .t r
onE .- ... .. .,..-. 4 IN 11m /1f/4f{ B. W. Deas a Wife
a Maynard V Kah| ..$U.I.4rnJJ
NW)4 of NE" _. ,N 01111 U.. R. W Deaa 'a (It's
He. r.. a i
t"Wife J&.Jaard
SW" of awu except; 1 \ Yf8f111.2.r pal Printing
YJh' acre 'n BE corn... .:.hrANJ.lE \ Wright >i_--1.. $$15.51 ,
WH of NTVK of NWfc 'foJjR. Wright Heirs 0.11
BE* Of NW14 a 10 .
acres en N side .. ill '
of NE* of..$WU. ... 14 IN'' lIE II Josephine Morrl. A 1 :
I 1nwwan.plmJ.pnle.,1.' Rayam UTT NO JOB TOO BIG e : : : I : :':N 'JQB.1.OO SMALL

NEU of NEU ......._ 17 IN IUD 40 R. B. Wrl ht .-._....._ Illl ? f
., 8'A1 of KWU" of NEH_ 17 IN 11M Ie Maggl Thoma. Heirs '10." .
\ KH of NEK Use I acres 14 tN 11M n Trancls Davis Heirs 111.71 4 ,
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In NW of '
acres comer
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Orlg llth Duet o, Lowdne 4 /I 1 r I .
.Co. Oa. except 10 acres .. I .. .. INVOICESBROCHURES ;. .. .
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lot I of Bit IT, O Si '
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All of the following land ... ..t -f..1: .
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o. from Jasper Whatever Your 'I Call
,. Needs First
rJII"d tN Printing
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': .I Lot I of Blk.lt Rentn'. ; Coronet Wedding Line

'. .........-..- T 28-'S5E v .3f ;'Je- Udlla .-..,...- $210 Staple Machines, & Staples '" ; FOR :.;;, ;\c :;. T

/, save on 8 sld* of lot : Adding Machine,'Paper Rolls TOP QUALITY JOBS I INVITATIONSANNOUNCEMENTS
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f i* R. Book 41. Typewriter Ribbons Carbon Paper ..
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t BURNHAM By LOIS ZIPPERER NEWS J II I I IN HOUSEWARMJNGS JENNINGS ,., \ .' .'3/00: :. Voters; T urn Out In <*J tamllton irfrmorafPATIENTS

.t \ A man's character and his I The lovely new home ttMfJ and Urid.iQ Jdl. --'. ... Jlftta(. ;
.tt garden 1 Mrs. James F, Pittitftn Jri &;1gD- } ;}\: '. .. )V d
: both reflect the amount of weed ) ; : --, ., ."r ., _
-T. '
,:dna that was done during the grfewC ed. and.; created by Revv JJqrman- _
,ing season, .. N. u\vas.tbd *cfne : party Saturday night May 2. Jasper Florida, ::
." ; announce the !n. AS OF .THURSDAY ,St\% 7"Iff I
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Mrs. B. W. Wells ot Madison The home La a colonial ranch garment of their daughter Gloria ;jf '. .' ... ... Jimmy.Ta'y>r | '" -" t* ':'
County spent last week In HanvU- and is decorated in aH the lovely LaFern. to MeMn Wayne Johnson I Around .3100 of Hamilton County'.3790> voters ." Akridge t ;."J
ton county.; I I colors that was typical; of the old son of Mr. and Mrs.,MeMn E. Johnson went to the'polls in U\s Democratic Primary held Tuesdayof In the race for school board mem Mrs Lame Raines( ). ". '.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boone otBarberville south. hall As ;you you got come a full in the view entrance of Klsslmmee. this week. The weather was ideal for elections or anyThing her from District No.2, Clinton Angella McCoy ((0)1.)
were visiting relativesIn The bride-elect was graduated( Mitchell had 1532 'votes to 1394 for Esale Curry (Col).
the living' and dining area which else temperatures in the 70s and low 80's and fair
this last Rufus Johnson ((0)1)l
county: week."Ibey along from Florida State
with their son-in-law Mr. Ervin is a pale Irvender. The table was is presently on the faculty University of Glen-and skies. This was called a record vote by old timers caused the Incumbent. ADen B. Tyree. Williams: (Col) tBillle '
decorated candelabra. Also
Jacobs of Lake City spent last Sat. lavender and with gold centerpiecesand ridge Junior High School, Winter by the interest kindled especially by the school issues and Tn the third district race, Matt
urday with Mr. and Marable defeated Incumbent, Frank PATIENTS DISCHARGED
Mrs. Winston lavender and gold cake was Park. the representative race
vMtfVsm /imams. Matthews 1524 to 1226; James Guthrie '
. outstanding Her fiance was graduated fromof I' Harry T. Reid polled 1588 votes in this. countyto For Governor" Hamilton County Mrs Clifford Jenkins
They served a punch that was Delta Tau Delta He is
Mr. Isaac Shiver Jr. or Fernan- fraternity. 1521 for his opponent, George Wynn The narrow voters gave Bums 909 Dickinson Mrs Audrey Cumbass
divine S.
and drank looked F. U. where he
as you :you was a member '
dina I 692. High 467. Karl 61. Scott Kelly Brad Vinson I
spent last
days week victory however resulted in Reid both
out sliding Glass doors and got carrying Jasper
4with..J s'.wre s Mt.rWriUM .. v4etoC tie-patio and lovely lake. presently the faculty' of Winter.. .and six"other, 586Land Matthews.248.. Mrs: Thetis RMS. ME!
Isaac Shiver Sr. I Park'HlgtOSfehool;" *--'' precinct* precincts **.era"* .c" nSpesslM Holland easily carried MrsTJbf&thy TOftell

,. whole From beautiful that :you house got a a tour complete of the They will be married June 28 in The other red-hit issue was the state,representative the county 1911 to Odham 693. Ralph Jackson

.0. birch kitchen with built! In oven and First Presbyterian Church Jasper. race, in which veteran State Representative J. W. Me- James W. Kynes had 1054 votesin Leroy Johnson '
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams of the county to 1421 for Earl Fair Mrs Ernestine McNeil
All friends and relatives In-
Jacksonville spent Saturday night'jthe I works. i I vited. are Alpin of White Springs was defeated by Payton Bembry cloth. Mrs Marie Forte

with their parents Mr. and Mrs.I I A beautiful bath ,as lovely as Jr., running his first political race. The vote,was 1694 Hamilton Oi nty's candidate for; Kevin Smith \
Winston Williams 'you ever hope to see. Looks like State Senator carried the County Lyle Lodewick
They came for I for Bembry and I 1266 for McAlpin. I
their children who had been spend I I I something ordered right out of. easily and came In second to Houston Evelyn Humphrey (Cot)
big some time with their p-and.1 I"House Beautiful" WKh: ANNIVERSARY OP In the race for clerk, of the circuit L. Smith.I Roberts who will oppose him Minnie Pierce (col) .
parents. I The master bedroom )is large and AMERICAN AGRICULTURE I court: J: R. (Bob) Miller de t I I Joel Selph defeated Ike Shiver In the second primary to be heldon WClIe Jefferson Coil)
i I r i painted a pale green with an orange This feated P. D. Sandlla Jr 1661 to 1890 votes to' 834 in the race for the 26th. The vote 'here was
Mr. and Iirs. *Gene Zittrouer I t 1 and green ceiling tile. Agriculture Friday observers May 8th American the 50th i 1.183 Bob MJBer was appointed|County Commissioner from District Blspham 382. Kolcomb 110, Ken BIRTHS: '
were up from Jacksonville: vistingj I A'pink room for their dughter this Thursday: to fill the unexpired one. nedy l1'01.'XI Roberts 625: Mr and Mrs; Jeremiah Combes
.relatives over the weekend. They I>i Tammy: and yellow' for the boys. Anniversary of a unique educational term of Thelma Lewis whose funeral -I I Maurice Bennett defeated Incumbent -This race comprises the counties of i daughter born May 2, 1964 Named
also church I The hostess wore a beautiful red system that has played a major was held this'week. Governor -I Jack; Vinson in the District 3 Lafayette, Suwannee and Hamilton.|I ICheryt, Alisa CombessJack
attended at New
Hope role in the fabulous growth of the County Commission Bennett
Sunday. : chiffon dress and was very lovely Farris Bryant xnade the appointment race. the seventeenth senatorial district.
throughout the whole affair. nations farm productive capacity. In a ceremony held In polled 1508 votes td 1411 for Vinson. .
. Somehow you got the feeling that The agriculture departments cooperative Tallahassee Thursday,. Vinson defeated Bennett for the
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver Sr. the house was part of her good extension service is an : )I Ii l same seat four years ago.
had dinner Sunday with their sash,taste and charm. The couple received agency which has carried much i Sheriff Charlie Rhoden. who was'' In the district No. 5 commissioners -'I Vinson' Says "THANKS"I
inlaw and daughterMr and Mrs.I many lovely gifts'and their knowledge of Agriculture and new seeking his third term was easilyreturned I' ,race Incumbent Guy McChln I .
Maurice Undauer in Valdosta I was a large crowd. arming ,techniques to farmers. to office 'Rhoden got 2432 was.defeated by Jerry B. Smith
also Lots of out of town guests a sister votes to Smith's 658 I 1276 for McGhin to 1652 for Jerry
They attended church First This techniques would like appreciation to each
at knowledge and new 'I I to express my
from Jacksonville! and also three Tax Assessor )R Kenneth Tuten Smith. McGhin defeated Smith
Christian Church and heard aunts from Penn have made this country's also won an easy victory lie rec- 1 for the same position four years and every one :of, you who supported and voted
former brother Pastor J. O. Paine of Mbultrie Ga. Everyone had a, lovely time. A agriculture'the envy of the world. dived.1848 votes to 968 for George'I IiiTiqr age for me in the recent' election. Whether in office

preach there. of Burnham church I lovely ing couple home, a love. n party a.'cham ed The In extension 1914. and service is a cooperative was found. . . -p--..;& T-r-ri. i. i u i uj.iii.uji or 'not, I will continue to strive for unity and. pro-.
--. fort of federal, state and local gress Hamilton. County. I

:. people.extension' At service the top In, is the the middle federal is For Office or Home Use,. 1 i tyow that t'the election is over, I 14urge all of

w vvM r-M m M ni rM M IC M M M M M I lh K K make
the state extension service and you to let's together to our County

: aj the, bottom working:, directly COUNTER BOOKS i. grow and prosper, .
with farmers and their wives
.are I
Thank You the home county demonstration agricultural: agents.extensionand TIME BOOKS THANKS AGAIN! : .

The educational' work Is carriedon BRIEF COVERS Respectfully,
by a professional staff,of agents
I'would'like for'each of,JJlPta( 'accept nearly ,15,000, in all. And reaches CARBON PAPER JACK VINSON

every county in the nation. Thereare .. II ,
this as a personal "ThaRST tfau" also ,local leaden who are a STAMP PADS AND. INK :I
big factor making the extension
for the wonderful vote received this service program work. PAPER CUPSSCRATCH I I' TO THE CITIZENS OF
From the extension service a new 'A '
past Tuesday. This indicated ethe' ef- birth, aprang forward the 4-H PADS
\ club. The 4-H club which represents INDEX CARDSMIMEOGRAPH OUR COUNTY .
t "
iortput forth by'many, of ycnY;,tfftrds' has lead attracted, Heart;,millions Hands of and youth Health from 'o PM>ER

inadequate in expressing both rural and suburban areas. I appreciate you'people letting me serve I termas

mappreciatiqn The i-H'club or Clubs similar in (white or colon) / your Commi..i bner.. 1 have done my beat, but it

for this support.J: deas have;spread to 76 countries' i:" ''. is evident by 'Vote I have failed some1
:, These clubi'speciallze'In training :: : 'TYPING PAPERSTATIONERY your you way, ,
.lr. : ,.. But for'the"remainder of term I will give you the
I my
With this renewed' : a L determined : leadership young' people for future". community' J ?' ; same service, I have given before. : ,

\ .' In Hamilton County there are 12 I ;' r' (100'sheets SOc) .'')/0 *
effort, lets all join hands,i 'i Hild- 4 H Clubs that serve 250 young' I Your friend

inga better, Hamilton Coumy citizens. The 4-H Oubfl have grown STOCK AT GUY McGHINt
; J termendously since it was started .; .1JIN 1- '
The boys-and girls of Hamjfton : :
Thank agajo County 4-H Clubs Joined votuntarly I
you ,( -' y ': and'have grown with 4-H The Jasper News j I -

PAYTON BEMBRY JR.: LILLIAN RILEY The Complexity/ of Today's
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Balance books. t IU> MSMLAHU EXPERT CARE
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PAPER s We give those important extra

service with a .mil When'you:

drive in here for'gas we always

check your oil, tires, water level s a

.. ,' 50c Per 100 Sheets and clean your windshield. .
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b/Gi.e I '.,' ., < II CAR WASH. only $2.00

NOW AT, it.j. ,J.

i with the '1'S .t7q. II.! The Jasper, News I IrTIIE Jerry STATION Smith'sGULF '/ 1

t"> 4 In case you diden't know It, ,
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f ... cigaret smokers who
puff through

FINE POINT N Jasper Telephone 7923781JUMO&
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two packs a day will burn
YAUDITOR'S up more than $2000 In ten years ,
This Is a late thought; but isn't !'
AMERICAN Joe Kennedy the only man in N'r .. _
N American history to see his son
inaugrated as President? Swlt-
1 zerland'the perennial neutral,
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II celebrates its 670th year as an -
I independent nation ,.According ..
;I Ball Point Pen I48ot= 'l' c to mathematicians every You had better hurry.
tick of the second hand
on your
down and the value
; Long perfectly balanced writ. watch Is the death knell for over R rte
12 : $2550 which .Is the government's we're offering=you'll bat
ing instrument: designed for per-second spending rate on current ti

auditors, accountants, books IBWIIJ .. 1 .budget rures. more than satisfied with our
This amount to about .MUIM
and others who need
keepers a
row per second for every man, woman [less than
fine ball point pen for extreme ci..rr..wlegibility and child In America iC I expected price
CeI_.rl.k but. what hart most of all to
, I I ; suit SUCX U* that there I I" no let-up-tat Itwill
, ONLY THE AUTHENTIC NATIONALLY sstn natMtscsisitun keep on forever and .Inn ..
ADVUTISCD LINDY TIN CAIIItS THI MUSSSWN cress with tlm 80, It baS over
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unxsnSUSSM M to take advantage of mall =-
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I OUAIANTII. DO NOT ACCtfT SUB _vine wherever we can find r GastobaCGASFIRED
STITUTIS-LOOK FOR mNOY ON them especially when there are 211
THE 'fHl, bnxfit. to be had In the pro I "We found easier I* train the.
r CAM. There are many advmn dog than Junior," '
j GIANT INK SUPPLY 4sIM farM plus sating at JASPER

m ass.k r,.ad LAUNDRY CLEANERS. Only
sires sirs, IF431.C I 1Jt 'a tent will tell whiter, elean .".,., Tobacco.Curing .Systems'
'C: er laundry denier crisper&
monufadersdby.UNDTPENCO.INC.. Y ,clothe and' mailer,fewer i..
'bin. .That's why 110 many folk rf UREQASSERVICE
o uc.wr.C.I. .hv*Jurned' permanently to JASPER
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HINT Wooden ha&dlr of looW,
ran bo kept front, warping by ttarlr
II / periodically wiping them with
saThE JASPER"' NEWfe .; : Roadblock .--.r:f j5' : Un -ftMt OIL ,;

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Into ,, RED & WHITE know the dare that i in d : Lc
hl h school Ji '% shop at. tyc they.. use :>lc :: 11 'r I''
we possibly<| _, selecting nourishing foods' and.iii sdving'on.tide family food budget. '
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; our pledge toner, to make,every ahoppingday Mother uay Wit '
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