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Creation Date: May 15, 1964
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PRICE 1 Oc PER COPY,- $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY.JASPER ,FLORIDA, FRIDAY' MAY 15, 1964 VOLUME 94. NUMBER 19

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Minutes Meeting\ Minutes t Regular Report OnVeterans Kindergarten Jasper: Hosts DON WETHERINGTON Too' late to. Classify t

ELECTED ,

Hamilton!( CountyCommissioners Monthly!1 Meeting Living In. Graduation' Youth.Body 4-H TREASURER STATE By nus Jr.I.: RAY'


.City i Council- Hamilton County ThtrilayNight: The ':Methodist youth' Fellowship] Don fVetherington l 'was ,recently

: of l. First ,Metbodlsi Church. Jasper elected .treasurer' to 'the State 4-H h I By Russell Kay r I

Jasper; FloridaVM.y4.1964 May 4. 1964 According \to Kenneth Daniels, MrS Ultima Williams announced were the 'hosts of the "Guiding- Club Council'at a meeting held In .While you wont find it listedl,

.t. ., !II'" .: .Qty Q .tf'r' FlOI'It"'retwar. County Service Officer we now hay* this' week that there wUl be a Star" Sub-district Fellowship. Theservice Galnbaville! 1 Don* was 'accompaniedto among the numerous Florida
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nIII: ''d''Ou.'ttI'' Go. bkty 661 vettransr'lrvllng-ln HamlE' "KfiderVaijett-graduation*"* t.1he'nr.t : wtr.: the- Mghlignts., .. ,.,, t''the*>. to balnea vifle f State..Council I Imeet.ne' .4.attraction, designed to Interest
.Iionert in and for Hamilton evening, May .,4. 1964 at 1:30: pin. evening! his 1 and
U AO tielodr. .Bapost Church at 7:30 May by' Father, lUr.; Vet entertain'our thonaatidg'bVE
". Florid* convened ,at. in the Qty Hall of the dry .ol veterans Last the .last ,
ty. tIO ea11 bY the 28. 't. Monday night was non Wetherington;, our County visitors, the 'world's largest;
with following present.
0IainDaD. L and the r in mem.1 Jasper Councilman Wade the B. [Norris. chairman korean veterans and 6 veterans, 17 Children. wW graduate'.t'thls meeting of the "Guiding Star" Sub. Agent Rance Andrews. sugar' house is taking its place*

f' pnMd: 'Aaraft i I Mayor: E. Courtoy: Councilmen who served during other conflicts.: time. *( district. Effective June 1. the Sub This is\accompllsment: within 'as a major attraction j a
were : ;
. ben Jade VlnIo' and GQ7I'MIGbIQ,I IQWrm&n. James Li: Dunaway,' John The average age of WWII veteran The pujulo is cordially invited district will be divided] to form two it's.self but Don) .la also outstanding And while ,most of our large;*

Woe a Iolloauingwia 'buIlnW"was. .... ; a Dodge and Tom.. Owens: ''Attorney living in Hamilton County Is ,now to attend |hia graduation. man areas for the Sub-district In his local;.-",.work., He 1s,presi, Industrial planta don't' ea.-. ; /

made' Aatoa ,n ;o Ft RHarrell.. ; City Manager 68. The average WWII veteran Is Program Jasper will be with the dent of rus\Club, President of the courage visitors and look upon 1) ,
,by Robert' H. Fisk aM BudMing tln*. 43 The Korean War following churches Live Oak. Lee '
veteran them
MotJon .. average. I Bounty Council, District Representative aJ more or less of a
WpolydedQerk
gan that 'Allee' Jonesl be OXJ{ peetor Reddln Pall.Chairman ., .Is 33.Veterans. Register Family Hickory Grove Plnetta and Mayo. and outstanding kV ma porect disturbing nuisance the United.

or the BoarcI-of ( .mt1 uaml1tbtlCount Morris called the meetIng and their dependents in Jennings and White 'Springs: have | work. Congratulations, Don on State Sugar Corporation a*

mJ ..M and MotiOn for wu. sec.eadtdby.laek to order' asking Mayor Courtoy I Hamilton County; receive $143e543.Ofr Association Meets\ been invited to be a part -of this the accomplishment. ClewUton,believe ,thai from.a

)\ J'l rld.a Vinson and unanI.nouatY to open with prayer. annually in. payments from .the The 16th* annual meeting1 :the I Sub-district. .' standpoint* of\' good will and {

'and' ice-Jgne. The minutes of the previous meet. Veterans ,Administration.v: Register )Family Association will I I .The other new "sub-district" will I 'public relations courtesies ex. '
carried FPC Pioneers Club
; l.ppo1nted Qerlt to. carry 00aU ing ,,'ere-adopted as presented upona If; you are a War'Veteran,ora be held at )tistoric Wayfarer Primitive (Il Include MontlceUo. Madison Perry tended to visitors is a worthwhile

,was duties or laid Qerk' tiThe : lot with motion by',Coucftnan Dunaway,' dependent of a..War: Veteran, and on Sunday, May Boyd Lamont Waukeenah and Wa To Hold'Annual effort .

atteMlon of the l'osrd nswJcarUmanl have questions regarding. entitle- 17th.:Baptirurch issa.Charles1.,, No admission ;charge U made
\ +en.was caned ment to Veterans Administration ; Davis; .Boyd Methodist and attl'alCtiw'well 1
Cczy.Oprrrcnissla Informed
\ I The'first Hem of discussion wu w : Is located] south Meeting
to rder-'of'<.M IAterlm Clerk appo\nt-or the I installing >additional street lights as benefits, place contact your local of Stockton,.Georgia. It t is an ideal Church presided over,his last' meetIng guides are provided to take

sent of Alice Jones as for Hamiltonblnty called for in Master Plan in Cemetery Veterans Officer location geographically, for the as Presldente gave the response May 17th visitors in groups through the

QrcuI.t OJurt in and Honorable R. ,Street nd two lights in the ratbertni.""''the.building has been to Miss Linda fennell's welcome giant mill which begins opera. ''

( Florida by Judge of the Ce1n tery. 'A' motion was made by completely! remodeled, and equipped to Jasper. He Introduced Mrs "More than 6,500 years of continuous tlon In the fall and ,operates, '

tn. Rowe, Crcutt areuit bt' Florida Councilman Dunaway, with a sec Cast Opportunity with ample,facilities for 3yde Payne: who helped the group ,service will be celebratedby on a 24flourdiy basis until 1 .
murd Judicial ond by Councilman: Owens to install sere 'Sing: for your Supper," Her sis !
nor- the
county. veteran employees on Friday harvest ends In tbe.
season
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for Hamilton Child ing meals onj,the church grounds
carried. Register
\n and the lights Motion To
Board : ter, Mrs. Nell Rhoden accompaned -
aid the May 8, at Silver Springs as our spring.On .
:May-t.-:1964: made motion, Running water and rest rooms are '
a
Ida on Mayor Courtoy !
ntotlontby :Aaron Hogan ands Pre-BchooJ{ : registration will beheld also' on the piano ( Pioneers Club holds, its 15th annual a reecent visit to Clew la-
hpon with a second by Councilman; available, t'
cond -b1t,Jtk vtnaon unanl- Owens that the 1964 tax mlUage remain at all schools May 21 from The Register Family Associationwas I The Woman's Society of Chris- meeting raid M. F. Bunnell I ton I "w.. Informed by Assistant .

',)'nOU11y. carried slMxesed laid the lction 'at 21 mills Motion carried. :3::{DO)() p.m. to 4:00: organized 1949 and from a .'Ian Service provided! the Banquet vice president rot' Industrial relations -, to the President William"

of the Judge in the appointmentt The City Manager reported to thC Parents are urged to register very small beginning It has grown 'for the 180 participants Mrs John I II for ,Florida Power .Corpora-: Lanler that the. number of ,

.1:,ed\' t I1el Board .mcD ,that it was now time to I alj pre-school chfldren who have every years}since. Those attending Lewis headed up the Banquet Com tion. ,Y log annually& and that the In-,
1 m : I mlttee for the WSCS. She was asslsed
n three members to the Plan I Club Is I
Pioneers'
Aaron appoint I The composed of Ing
IBod of< not already been registered; recent sessions numbered several 'I annually and that h* Interest -,
I rthat the Aoff thCIrUIi ring 'and Zoning Board. A motion by many 'of the hardworking 260 members each
I This Is the last, opportunity to hnudred.I having a'miniamum they show In the operation
'Oerk Ad.1J1U was made by Mayor Courtoy;with adles The girls of the Jasper MYF I .
this of 25 continuous U '
for school years' service surprising > J.
.HamiltonCounty register beginners
bVM for second: Councilman Dunaway Following(, the morning 'programa '
rt ton- by .served the tables. The theme' was I Florid
laivia be fixed at $2.000.00. that Mrs. Virginia Chandler, Mr. fall. basket hutch will be served with MYF Town and Cwn1JyStyle"The 1 with *Power. This year

Vutkned in accordance? *\ *> *1aw, Pauf Weber and Mrs. Ralph Jackson the buslneai,session. to be held In highlight of the Evening was''12: "'I"dd.'eteran employees When the mill was first op-t
Jack VinIOiitandt1on ino! from throughout the company.system ened to visitors many ,
of ysars
:seconded by be re-appohned as members the afternoon.Registration. .
unanimously C51154. ani the the Planning and Zoning Board.. :Printing Co, .............. 93.60 will begin 9:30 the address to the youth by Rev Join the rank of ooeera. ago few folks seemed inUre -' t, '
at a. .
I or : .
'Bond was nxed In She amQ1t Motion carried. Jasper Auto Parts ...:...... 2.SO and wll Warren Willis. Rev) :Willis '.is'theFlorida' t' Vice\ President Bunnell also' a t6d anet the
meeting adjourn
'$2,000.00 to be eond1tloDed aeeord. The 'next item was discussion Davis Meter A; Supply Q). .. 156.69 m. : Conference Youth 'Direc- hloraeeta..zopoMtad' oC114 took adrantags o( seeing the
10 and.tbereupolA1,1ce, ...... 715.44 about mid-afternoon following plenty I tor. He 1s over the'SSO'; < Methodist
'lnl ''Iaw, of, a letter from Mr. A.. 1C Blackto Florida Power Corp; men and women Pioneers are still 1'lanill! operatitn but their
Jones presented to the.Board'herBond of the ,to*.. Casein regards to the ,Petty Cash .................. '7645 of time for informal,fellowship. Churches ol Florida In regards to 1 actively: employed with :Florida number has 'steadily increased ,
. Interim r Members tf the Association' areurgedand
as clerk ad suit the City for There being no further business their Youth Program Mr. Willis each bravest
against
pending : 86 retired. The
Power are company season and the
Hamilton ; i-'t
Circuit Court, in and for meeting. adjourned. ._ nds are Invited, to lives at Leesburg, campsite: for .

of resisting 1064
amomt 01 the use tear gas on a person employes approximately 2,300 << lesson rrhich: ended
Florida. in the ATTBSfiV Lillian L. Bembry / attend/this pesslonC I .
CountY. arrest..} Councllmen Duna I > fHorida Methodism. March 22 [
4 conditioned in aeeordaoce 1"I men and women within Its 33county : was the beet ysarwhh
$2,000.00 Alice Jones way made*a motor .seconded by \ Rev. Willis challenged; the youthto service area. ', a ,total,of,,29.624) increase
by Chairman an .
with law and signed ; f iWade B. Norrls. J ,1StWlents .
that Faith" In
Ftad Councilman Dedge AttorneY'HarreD "Speak Up tot their ; ..., (
Fireman' ,' thelPbneeri'j annua of
as Principal and answer this letter in behalf %;* UGENERAL: n1lW.1 M of their to day actions Hosts lor ; '" more than 7,000 1'T.
Insurance Co. as SUrety for the of Motion carried. Cash Available.April 1, term day meetings :will include W. J. dappcompany" over, the 1063 total.Dd'an alii .
.ftft..v.L The Bond was. the City. .. ... ...... .... and in the language of today. time "
v. -;sad approved by' Mayor Courtoy made ,a motion ,,..1964 ... i ,3,110.62l9Elaxetr YfeitHamiltonS Rev. Norman Booth Tallahassee president, ,and Pioneer: ,record... .
,duy oorasidcred. that the Council write the, Northwest t. RECE1PI'S t N representative' !*' of the borda of cUr-
Board. ..\.I...Ja.. ...,IS41.80, ':""- District: Director. Installed,the new .Athestart et. ; '
the .. : : tbe tour the
Regional Houston; Authority : ectoHi'tamlother: lHet4da Power .
< .w4.f
... trwarfed, : Interest "...'...tt..*.i..t Vr...- 8.707otalThxei 1"r. # officer*'ofrthe S\ dIItrlc.*. Those dtorseq. .. '... .
!1nw. find'urge stoat the 48'new low-r nt .. officersrnaJeent: )CSagp Hi! pre: f t4./"eiae>,naq; Urc 4* .,
+ uaembJed.,1bW4th :! :. ;
!I 'i\
lOO 4.J.i.lT950.83, .
caned .e : from Jasper that were installed Included .. frorrt
at :3hIAtt .
Housing Units be. constructed i in n tile .. .
')We proud to know thai t fa<" sHd. 4BMSratedUUflhrifigbting i ttin*
are very sent
1964 ..... ,
day of May.A. D. I previously requested with 1 Cigarette Tax;.. ... .,12,146.1'J: Rusty Mlckler. Witness eiid'ear"and I.
ATTEST. Alice Jones ''I ond Councilman Dedge., tMotion Licenses ........;i.... .... 55.50 Hamilton County Is such a farming Chairman and Carol McLaughlin the::expansion' and modern J: aotonMticallr;
by : :
Clerk Ad Interim .' carried. : Fines 1..1... J.;.'..,;;.,:,.,.,-.. 33900 area ,that people from across the Faith Chairman. Rev. Booth Station' of /Florida .;Powen. Iag dumped, earioad at a;time;"

Guy. McGhin.Jasper Chairman, Florida motion was made -by CouncilMan Mayor Fees> .................20.00 sea will come over' to study our lenged the new officers to ChaJ-j the past)l9al",.> a: >J 't .: J ,Mo,ed',up,a JaoppwMI.reJt by a coaveyor, belt la pick-and.
GarbaRelO.H..EIif1A.22.00Cemete') agriculture.
May 6,1964 Owens Dunaway seconded that the by following Councilman I :}" Lots ..e...?.....} 20,00 Our County Agent Rance Andrews dry bones of organization and this put, MYFer of the year was Mia Qiaa 2 carried three stories up W;be S b
of County Commissioners Withholding Tax1. .... .. .. 234.70 life into them. He! stated that dropped Into the
Board < grinding .
The bills be paid. Motion carried wife ;Margaret, Mrs, P. D. Sandlln machines -
monthly Honorable
In and for Hamilton County Social Security .,;.:;.-.;::..163.07 could only be done through the beth Everett Hickory Grove / that,shtad ,laadi

Florida met today in regular session Standard' Station ... 400JerrV Insurance .....'....... ..... 67.50 Sr."'and son Leon attended, a meeting' guidance of Gods spirit and that mention went t to Miss Susan It, until every drop of I Juiced squeeze, Is 4

with the following members ScafTs SmlUfjputlfSer: ....x.4.10The : Miscellaneous ................ 42.00 In Live Oak last Sunday to we need to seek this spirit in our Plttman 'Lhre I Oak !These, twochW'Che1 \ removed,. and' only bagasse
remains
Vin get acquainted with 'the students. ) wards
present: GuyMcGhin Jack Jasper News ........... 25.15KJnltlIatdwa Transfer from Utilities System youth work as well as our dally gathered! in ie and a river, of -
There is total of eleven, some cane
Grover Wheeler .Revenue Fund, .. 5,000.00 a I over eight other; churches because
Aaron Slogan "
son. Co. ........ 2845: "t" Ivinz JuJce flows
Member Lawton McCulJey P Va,| .aN, Sargec, Scmel1..Inc. ....... 11.68 1'otatlteceipts i.a..a..i; 8.66119Total from Thailand, India; Ecuador,,V1et Rev Spivey Brabham Live Oak of their strong youth programs. A 'Ing vats until constantly It day and
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.ent. Comet Manufacturing Corp. of ; .Cash Available 11,771.81DISBURSEMENTS Nam and Iran. Each of theee visitors presided over the presentation of new English Bible was presented to finally emerges -
The meeting was called to order r are working on\advanced\ degrees Davis toten of as raw sugar and is sacked
Florida .. 3968! various special l awards In his caps Charles as a appreciation ,
chairman Council ........ 49.79 for 'deljyeryv to
with by Mayor and tlat'yefinegr
and opened prayer Seminole,Asphalt Refining n agriculture. They: .will spend cltY/.. President of the Suwannee for his leadership u ,
.. 669.00 Clcwtoton
.
McGhin Ltd. ............... 1,255.08 Management and Office 2 weeks in Hamilton. Suwanneeand Ministerial Association, he I president this past year. borne of the sugarcorporation'
The following business was transacted .... .. Finance and Taxation ...... 477.98 River I, Is one of. the '
Motorola..... ......... 21.00 Layfayette counties, studyingIn his Alter a short business7meeting, most
by the board: 6989Mary's Legal .....i.....h..H.. 50.00 awarded the MYF year to own night Into the
North Florida Telephone Co .. ........ 170.50 the agriculture fields They will Honorable Miss Connie Anderson McwrtlceUo, many processJ
The minutes of the previous meetIng Restaurant ...... 37.05 Irsu!'ance .. .. church Live Oak. men. attractive mall
.h Public Relations ......... 101.95 return again In August to further ed the In'MY benediction. n. towns In UM
Grove. The
were read to the Board by.the. ; Won went .to ,Hickory: group state and like '
.
Jasper Laundry ft Dry the
; rest of
area in harvesting and Fiot-
Police ..... .. 1,396.36Fire study our
Clerk and approved as read. Cleaners .i ..;........, 44.88 Department ids, ,la growing steadily..
.The Clerk was instructed and authorized Sandlin .. 51.49 Department .:...,:... 74751 marketing of field crops.: The' ,
by the chairman of the Auto Chevrolet Parts ? Building Inspection .v.f..... 7500PUBLIC1 Mr. Abol Dehbod who Is gneeral rich sop lends ,Itself to tha .
W; G D. ; Id..142.00 Truck to be Seen M Industries Show growing/of f.
Board to issue Warrant No. 1930 Standard Service Station .... 1.90 WORKS; administrator for agriculture In all manner of trop.

in the amount of, $40.00 on April Suwannee' Store ;............ 8.12 Public Buildings ..c....... 176.47 Iran wil lbe staying at the home of lest plant and trees and the l'

20, 1964 to Dr. J. R. Bruce, said Clyde T. Conine ............ 3500Cities Street Department ...... 2,0551 Mrs.,P. D,'Sandlin while here. Leon ,citizens.;, proud, of. .thelr.com-
.authorization was approved by ,the .. Garbage Department ...... 578.72 time talk unity, make the of
Service Oil Co. 13000E. most It
says he is having quite a, r
Cemetery (................ 196.73 tj'
board and same was paid under ..... "" with well
C. Browne Co. .... 26 77 Inn to Mr. Dehbod and learning l (;neat kept' lawns and
Warrant List No. 13 of the General Public Welfare ...;......... 30.00
IJnUorm Rental ... 89.80 grounds -
Tropical and colorful
Withholding Tax .;..... 76870Social as much about Iran as Mr Dehbod plantings.
F Min Lewis Motor Co.i.*......... 47.20SI1ck. .i. about Hamilton CountY/TheY all *' While 'a% number '-1)f new yt
SecurUy.849.00 Is
was made'by Mr. Hogan .
seconded by' Mr. Vinson and carried .WeldmjB,Tractor'Co Shop ......2868.1500Newsome'Ford Total, Disbursements, ..... 8393.70 speak good English and we certainly modern moteto ha,. ,been built I
TntAI cash "k-3. that the by followrg the Board.request' be approved .General, -: Office" Equipment ATHEREFORE ; 1964 ::.:: ::':::::::::' 3378.11: area-j ,,4.. : 'lstonInn kilt and maintained I If a

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UTILITIES I.SYSTEM BEVENUSt by the United States ,
Chairman of the Board of County BOBBY PENNINGTONIS I Sugar l I
Commissioners : I FUND \; ,Corporation, !fa the pride of tb*
property J i
Cash 1 LIBRARY i
STATE r
Hamilton County Available. April 1 community
BEJ IT RESOLVED ........ ... .I 1
Jasper, Florida 1964 .. :...... 21.36343I
.
by.the,.said Board that HarryA. TREASURERBobby :
Gentlemen: I RECEIPTS'' '.] So excellent the bass fish
Cannon and Son Hugh Wright .;.:........ 2059.70 u I '
We would like to herein WaterS.rvke1. .
request permission elected .p ing In this I
are hereby'ordered to cease all Pemngton! was area that hundred '
Sewer Service ,.'Y..x.... 1,330.00Water ( /
holes to along drill exploratory the right of-ways prospect trilling and prospecting on County Deposits ......o.,;....... 80.00 State Treasurer of the Florida High 1. "' of ,sportmen Journey 1 Clew* I.. f
property until such time as they '' School last week Iston eacb I .h. .
of the County owned toads In Ham Withholding Tax': ,,;;*....o.r'45.60 Library-Council iTk :year. v ,caughtmy + r\
ilton. County. The holes would not shall obtain, permission to do so' Social: Security.......!.-..... 3783 end at the Council annual meet ;. :: share of lookers there and I .'( '

exceed four ((4)) Inches in width and from the said Board. and RESOLVED; Insurance ....,..,.......M... 22.50 .- .. can' recommend both'J tJJ. fishIng 'nt' '

would be drilled between the trave- BE If FURTHER Total Receipts v......;...t., 3.575.63Tota'l luThe annual siring meeting of the .. > ;;. ... '} "and the delightful accora* ( !t ,
by the said Board that copies of this .. A
:
Cash Available .... 24942.06. ; .. j' 1
led of the road and the of the Council heldat h '" Uons. \
edgeof was ,
portion resolution shall be mailed to the members: : <. ; : -- ., r I'.
.t.ft'r. '
DISBURSEMENTS \ ,
the right-of-way. The Frank .M. the Methodist"Youth'Camp:on ... J
aforesaid J8rties by the Cleric of t : ,
General Operations.......,1.241.83Water
Murphy Corporation will be solely said Board. Lake Griffin near Leesburg, Fla. ..'I: Alachua Shine :";u
responsible for ,Incurred Plant ...!.....,...,..,219.93 : to [ q}
anyrdamage. : .Approved and Adopted on this Water Lines .,....x...... .502.52Sewer April 29, Mall; and2. This group .' ) "
In anymanner'a* a resultof holes. the. ; 6th day of May A. D. 1964. :Plant, .J..::.....W...... 3.33 ls. comprised of students who workin : .,."} StaiH} Arrested 1 J I \

drilling theIe'.xploratory ; Guy, McGhin,' Chairman Sewer Lines ...;..'.......*.. ''1, 2748 high school libraries. About 250 X(' 1.
Your this
prompt approval of Board of Hamilton ,County Water Deposit Refunds ....... 30.00 delegates from all over the state ,, j Gainesville, May 10-Times- .'
would
request be appreciatedThanking Cbmmissiones.. Transfer ''to Genera. ) Fund 5,000.00 attended. The organization .U spon ;! Union Bureau-..(.A,.. J. odges,

main you in advance we ,ra- ATTEST* Alice Jones Social Security .: ... .......23766 sorde by the State Departmnt 34. of Macclenny, was arrested

Cleric Ad Interim Withholding Tsk .......,*... 154.20 FSU School and last alebt at.a moonshine stash .-1 .
SF RANK IMURPHYCORPORATION Motion was made by-Mr. Wheeler Total Disbursements '.... 8,61696 Education. Llbaty ", '
located Church.
seconded by Mr. Vinson, and Available the Florida Association of:school oathmtioeb'\ ,
Total Cash April. 30. ,.. road the northern .
carried that the Clerk proceed with 1964 ......... ..;.......... 16,32511. Librarians. I ." near sectloR '-
Wesley M. Houston of Alachua County" Bever
the publication of' the sample UTUJTY.8IKKINO FUND Attending the camp with Mrs '
Vice President ballot for the second primary to Cash Availably April I Leslie librarian was Bobby Pen- ..;f. Department; Agents and

Approved by: be held' on' May 26,' 1964. upon approval I I 1964 .......'..........4.*. 6,05039 nlngton, president of'the local high '. 'Sheriff r'deputies said. ,r: '

Guy McGhin by the Secretary of State. I RECEIPTS i. library club. The officers said !they found

Chairman County Commissioners of the Boardof The Board appointed the Clerks, Utility Taxes H,,........<... 882.53 One of the highlights of the weekend ,. 255, gallons of moonshine. and
Inspectors to in the
Hamilton and serve Interest on :Time Deposit .180.00 the election of state officers. an added 210 gallons In an sotomofclle '
County was
Second Primary Election.to be heldon Total Receipts! : ....,.i..... 1X16253 { In'which\:Bodges and
The following Resolution keen and
Competition was
was I
May 26 1964.
Total Cash Available .... 7,112.92' ,
,two other ets been
tad
adopted by the Board. There being no further business DISBURSEMENTS; f many candidates were sponsoredby susp

RESOLUTIONWHEREAS Motion was made by Mr. Wheeler Bonds and Coupons........ 2,500.00 large: schools. Bobby was elected riding The other two'petlOU
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the Board of County seconded by Mr. Vinson and I Interest ....... ............ 3,52'7.50Total Treasurer over a candidate from Sins. escaped on' foot. //'hey were ,
-Plirwa Nave Pad.
Commissioners of Hamilton County, carried that the Clerks and linepectors Disbursements ...a.. 6,027.50 the largest school In the state The tracked by a blood hound bat
Florida has been informed that serving on the Polls on Total Cash Available Not often does a truck carry such pretty cargo; but the exceptionFlorida the'trail was lost The' officers
I April.30, of treasurer'Is one that carries
Harry A. Cannon and Son Lakeland May 5, 1964. be paid as of May 6, I 1964 1.06542 post this time Is prompted by the Industries Exposition in Or said the'stash wai In an underground ax
Florida and Hugh Wright BartowFlorida 1964. TiLFY aiNKLNU it. a great deal of responsibility but Undo April 14-17, sponsored by the Florida Development Com
are drilling and prospectIng Margaret Bacon was order removed "U BC8CRVK one which he is well qualified to mission. Representing all of the hundreds of Florida manufacturers room 10 feet square
on Hamilton County from the County Indigent FUND mi. Bobby a sophomore in Jasper who will exhibit thousands of products at the Exposition is this and 4 feet high with a trap door,
property
Time Deposit 30, model of a Loco Hi-Lift, made In Lakeland. The passenger 1s Nina,
and: List effective Instanter. 1964 ........;.r...... '13.000.00 Cgh[ School, besides being activeIn Doty, a Commission employee in Tallahassee, wfrg smiles a welcometo
WHEREAS the said Board has The followipe* bills were order RENEWAL,. and REPLACEMENT club workls a goodstudent and the 4-day exhibition where buyers and sellers will transact ;

never'' granted permission to the There FUND an active. worker In the Methodist business at the state's largest and most productive industrial show. ,
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aforesaid persons to do such drill- being no further fusiness ,On Time Deposit April 30, I Church.* His family school and She is wearing the official uniform styled for hostesses at the : .

ing aid prospecting on said County (Continued From Pass 11 I 1964 ....,............... 6,60000)() town should be very proud of hint Florida New York World Fair exhibit. __ :: l lI
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oi: nnCAii'T.: tUfIf ? Manning,.Yvonne zed Tommy'j"Manning -floe ofEtoratiryternl ,e'' ffAa11 j VJTie "vjelsSit/vcoatcjtants* walked
GMJIDES I : have returned from the New where the plants! are,lo e grown Jauntily.patt the: Judges.' stand 1'
S ... ..;. r A shident'tronf'llamlltonr County ; York Fair 7hey.went May 1st. J to a depth of about oni'lcJll aid flit.twos/ Dot j..ajy Judging-each hat
A A t ttf'JZ has made the .cS..n...llstat. Lake : I ;' ]the holes with acid muck, compost. !w. trjert-'in: sio ;iJty) made The
.t'::" ... ;t atyJunJorCoUeeethejuat I Effle Dedge'enteitalhedthe. Lydia, peat. or a mixture ,qf acd) 'ti.oU, ladies entered Info It wholehearted
11Jasn(1' New ended spring session. ,He 1 Is.Harry I Circle Atonday.r: evening;;: May 11. and leaf jnbto before planting. Mulching ly. I: ,i. Vlt !

;"" "'" ." I A. Goddard, of White Springs. I 'idgLk ; Ncra Page and Jewel Smith gave' lr a ,Qesinbleq! because .t There: were, four categories for
.. T_ I the program jointly. it makes' the soil more acid .Judging"jthe". most original; -. 'the
I 111e'CUlTent local work of the supplies plant nutrients 'and Injury prettiest-the most]:comical: the
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THE VOTERS Circle is .making hospital gowns. from root-knot Is usually'much less smartest. The vote went like this:

Mrs. T. T. Law and Mrs.,,Stella under a much 1, Mrs. Bill Kyser-the prettiest (a

OF'HAMILTON COUNTY:: ..,.. SY.-.J.4II1 I Williams were.e.guests.. ;Several chemicals pre used for.1: pleasing arrangement of glossy
acidifying soils, the most important| green leaves.
: LINDA CLARDY SHOWER of which are sulfur, aluminum sulfate I((2.I Mrs. Ernest Griner, was Ju<*ge Two men, tolled side by side from sun to sun> Ladles of the First Baptist Church and Iron sulfate. For quick results original
the most with a lacy navy
My Sincere, THANKS, all ]
to And both were poor; :: :entertained for Miss Linda CIady aluminum sulfate Is recommended !I blue: picture hat (circa'1900) covered
the voters, of Hamilton County for Both sat;'with children, when the day was done: Thursday afternoon. May 7, at n but agricultural sulfur, tho I, with tlnypln k;roses while sitting

the outstanding vote rendered 'me in About their door. bridal shower at the home of Mrs. slower in action will correct: the i I on the top was a 5-inch blue

the Democratic Primary, I ,will ex One saw the beautiful In crimson: cloud Carlton Carter. Mrs. .Blanch Perry trouble In reasonable time. ,I world globe,and tucked neatly in. ..
And shining moon; greeted the guests on arrival, Either is applied at the rate of t the turned up brim in the'back
ert every effort and utilize every capo The other with his head In sadness bowed, In, the receiving line were 'Mrs. 4 to 1 pound per plant, depeulnssize. I was a small souverir of the World
ability to make you the kind of pub Carlton Carter Mrs. Nolan Wilkes on. When plants are already I I Fair or 1893.

q+ ..._,?_ .:. ICtlOf; ficial yOtt"Vrg4re'otYO tl f ryrl'id' i ,"1'4 4o&:F 7o4ed Zti ode eicH tree'tt 0t arid noon oiveo i'.'; sad s,.,a ekogirng, t7rnCno.bird .'p i! MrE.; Qattkyr Ind 1hs4ddec esfablfshed':ttY arho:cot '01 t bS4p 1 Mrs; ''Rai iret'vMartlii s" hat'twai'r tdAniwA

serve in County Government. \f-' v On mount elect. Miss Linda Clardy'' who,:was plied should,be spread over fIe' !U.Iface I Judged the most comIcal-a large
1\ or plain; quite 'lovely in a pink sheath of the soil under and slightly willow basket topping a head size
The doors to your Assessor i.:;olfite fare always ,fiG music In the soul of one was stirred Floor hostesses in the gift rooms beyond the'' spread of the to'lage. I' basket. wag filled with feather slur .
By leaf or rain. were Mesdames Vlckery Will Carter meich- Information flc'\vlra.' vegetables, beads and
open and your Visits there:.are jno: .t;,welcome.P. There is more f rs.
One, saw the good In every fellow man -' Mand Mamie Lewis Lola Curry. In the bulletin but too much to; reprint ., what-have-you and lazily crawling
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KENNETH:' 'TUiEN hoped the beet; ..,.. I.H Mrs. Edna Barker stood in the here down the back were six-inch

The othermarvelled, at his Master's. plan (W.' .hall chatting with guestsMiss <. h; *e The hat, top-heavy, was tied under
And doubt confessed. Diane Clardy, sister of the. ROMANS CLUB BREAKFASTThe the chin with chiffon streamers.'flairs. .
One having God above and heaven below .A.JCflt.; [ bride, kept the .guest book.. "ParrA, \ of Hats" came first ;rhelma FIsk strolled by the
satisfied Yellow and 'white had been usedin at' the May Breakfast last MA)' 8. c.dF. confidently wearing. a hand
Was ; u' the flower arrangements. An creamy white magnolia set in a I I I
: CLASSIFIED.J.D The other And discontented, lived, In woe' unusually designed piece was placed of the Jasper Woman's Cli'b. (Continued oa Page 7)
hopeless died.
Just back of the refreshment
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.MVll-lAn--uVEr'! WANTED: experienced colored --J. R. MflkrMr table. A. large wedding ring gave -
>>cat glass lined water,,beaters turpentine workers.:,,Good wages, the theme of the party. TO THE VOTERS.
and /Mrs./ Marshal{ Morganand tray Friday evening, May 8, when
10 cuJt.
174.99; : Refrigerators n$- payoff each week. Come to Lakeland Punch was served byMiss Teresa : :
99 w.t: ,3611b. Upright Freeezers Georgia. Lakeland sons are corning this weekendfor six of her neighbors gave a kitchen :
Turpentine Slyer Can-
assisted Mrs.
Taylor by
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the wedding Sa shower at the home of Mrs. W. R. COUNTY
Lang-Chandler
HAMILTON : .
$199.95; 473 lb. Upright Freezers Co., Inc MaylSC ova. Mrs. Ethel Chardler and Mrs tt. OF -
turday evening May 16. DaiL Other hostesses .were Mrs. :
$239.99; 647-lb. Upright Freezers ,
e Stella Williams assisted with the .
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I299.S9; 13-ft. Automatic, Defrost Eugene Williams- MrsJohn Lewis 'I .
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of cakes and sandwiches. '
trays A Sincere
Refrigerator with 9Mb Freezes The Stella William* Kindergarten Mrs Al Denton Mrs. Wade Norris, ., .
$249.95 w.t 5-year warranty at Georgia Plate Glass Co. will have its "Spring'graduaUon" Mrs.'JesseJMllton.' Gince Carter young daughter of "
Mr. and Mel:Carlton Carter passed!!
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Manning's Radio Service, call 792- .Store frosts May 28 at 7:30: at the First Baptist About twenty friends enjoyed this the napkins. ,
442L Jasper. tfc Mirrors Keallvered clza ch. occasion. Games 'I : :
were played. :
-.Tab EaCllNur1"11'8'" 5 When "shower" time the Many exquisite gifts were displayed i'L.Tb'.kYou:
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY n.s W Savannah Ave. CIQ-523S Wendel and Margarite Carpenterof came that afternoon for Miss Clardy
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gifts'were In
In Live Oak, Florida for all your ,VALDOSTA St. Augustine left this week for cart. brought a grocery who will become the bride of Randolph
musical needs from organs and I Nolan Wilkes Jr. on the 30th .
pianos to records and record players the New York Fair. They will be The hostesses' spedal gift to Miss I of June" Many parties 'are'being, "

.r; tic FARMERSMONEY gone a month..i. Chandler was a "Better Homes and' given for the. young couple! 7" MATT MARABLE
....- :' Gardens Cooks Book." The refreshments . 1
for your farm operations Mr. and Mil Ed Cernl and daughter
BJCPAIB3I were of punch, cake, sandwiches -Frotn the Fla. Agriculture_ Department '.
at
reasonable Terms
We repair all types T. V. and coat of Jax spent Sunday afternoon and roasted nuts. : Now when gardeniasare 'I' Democratic. Nominee
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to fit
your-needs.: Loans up to guests of Mrs. Florence and . ; Ir
radio. Also Small appliances. Man 7 CaD North Florida Pro- Ryan ) available, this- .f. .
nings Radio Service Jasper 792- auction years Credit Asin. S. Ohio Ave Mrs. Vlrgie Hyman.. John Allen and Wathena Cribbs 'Growing Gardenia! In Alkaline Soil' School Board .
tel Ito and little daughter Dianna visited Sufficient moisture and acid" soil .
I Live Oak.. Tel 36$-258S KITCHEN SHOWER FOR the home folks here .
and In White are two "musts" ,In growing garsdenies. '
HOUSE: FOR SALE Df JASPER "' MARY KATHRYN CHANDLER District No. 3 <,1 I.. "
Springs the I
past weekend. Under alkaline xsojl! icon* t ,
Only 2000. ,Can be financed. Miss ,
Mary Kathryn Chandler was .e. J,:
ditions a ccmmon: trouble Is aj!$el. .
Others $3500 to $7,000 See W. L. novaE FOB BALE IN JABTEB, the recipient of still another cour- Mrs. Myrtle White, Mrs. Bruton lowing of the foliage due .to a! de- .___ '
Bryan 792-4351. or Robert Ehlert, See ---- .. __ __. _. ._ _. __.. -r- :- ,-
Only $2,000. W L. Bryan .--.r- ---- ( '':
792-4491 Registered Real EstateBroken. 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491,
tip Reg. Real Estate Broken tf "
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FOB SAUS--HOCSE sad 4 acres. SAMPLE BALLOT: : ,.
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'near Jasper.. Only $6,000. Small USED" ELECTRIC',RANGES FOR T 'I .t. "'
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Sale. Good 'condition., $40 and .
tobacco: allotment. See W. L. Bryan '. '. .i
Etuert $50. Manning Radio ,Repair, JasMr. r-l' ..
7904391 or Robert TW44tL > "
phone 793-4421 tic i .. -- ..:::. : ., : .l l"i.. : : : :, .
Reg. Real Estate Brokers,! tt :, : :: r. BALLOT ; 'i-': .. :. ., .
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Movs E FOIl RENT rttOCUU by Wanted Immedlatefe' Man or woman ''K .t. ; tP ; '' ". t =. if. "; r\i&$" tf:, ," n. {
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to with Raw \ t i : ; :.xrrs. ? ", y /, '.: ,
day week, or month. Alapaha suppfy consumer* r' .',,' DEMOCRATIC' PARTY W
leigh Products In N. Hamilton Co. : '
Motel. tic .. : : ., ( ;,, :', \ '
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or .Jasper. Can earn $IiO weekly ., ': : : .t\\ .
KENT CafmWted ,. ... ," s MAY 26, 1964 ..' ., ...... ,. .',
-, Apartment part time* $100. and 'up fuO time. ., ,;. :. .'" .1.\. .. 'yo'.. '. ... ...,,. ,., ,' :
Mn. Palmer Smith. 7826731. Write Rawlelgh FA E 150 338 ; '. J' ; '
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i" ;YHAMILTON COUNTY
15Mc Memphis,.,Tenn June26P "
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MALE: HELP WANTED IGNITION PARTS For all ....of.era: .: ., ,' ......',. .j.; '' -" '..>" .r/W: .:' : Precinct No. ......._...M.. .. ,

Earn $20 per day or more'!In per- makes and models of lawn mowers, *. TO VOTE for a 'person ',whOse n' imprinted on the ballot mark cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT o(the name of the person. .

manet route work. Will train man I chain *aVqi|tmarl e< and outboard for whom you desire to vote, EXCEPT: fOR DELEGATES, 'in w hich.case! you mark a cross fV\liWtIV o *,& olronly.1'
or woman if inexperienced. Write motors..'Also'for1 all makes and ,
Mr. Heath, Box 2769, Memphis 2'II models'of farm tractors and foreign STATE OFFICIAL PRESIDEN11Af.4.t''FOR"" DEMOCRATIC 'i
Term. MaylSp
can. R. B. Jackson Garage Ph.
7924691 tic For Governor Preference Primary Ballot NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN
FO: R SALE Apt. size Electric ,t
stove and FrigkUlre refrigerator _(Vote for One) \ Place an (X) in the circle at the top' of (Vote for One)

In good condition.: Reasonably FOR SALE OR LEASE: Well established I I I .,the"column of the group of 'delegate"for ,

priced.; Call 792-2081 tic grocery business on one acre HAYDON BURNS,, wrm you wish to vote, I L.J 1 '
.. of land. Over 30 years In same "i J : 'RICHARD BARKER :, ,:; .(
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WANTED I I good location. Living quarters con. ROBERT KING HIGH r .'' 7 CANDIDATES ."+ J '
Clean Cotton Rags. lOc per pound I nected. See or call Mrs.' M.C. ," PREFERRING'c! A. G. (ALBRODERSON) ,. ;, ,. ;-.
Call the Jasper News, 792-633Ltto ,Dot 3as7924001.' ltp '. j-, I ,y, I., '1 1' .. __, ; T' : .r r'

--'- I. LEGISLATIVE c.'f"": LYNDON JOHNSON : NAPOLEON1B:,BROWARD _____ '
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For State Senator, .. f ;': I, >{.. 1 .,.' I : ; JOE CARl'ltN .-
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CLIARI 8HJIRPIMOST : .: ,ii.;;.Il'-: 0DELEGATESAT.L'ARGE: : : :.

,". ': (Vote for One) .: .: ":" : .' / t JIM FAIR: {' ::

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. ::3 UFILIKIBGENERAL CECIL A. KENNEDY' W / };._. : JAMES .JIMMY''. JAMES.'" '..:',(! ......;.:} :! '',,":' ,

'' HOUSTON W. ROBERTS Warren M. Goodrich, JOHN J. KENNEDY : kOrganising :
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; BRYANT'S. L. KILGORE$ /'
FARRIS f
r.- SPESSARD L. HOLLAND t BILL McCO : '

l \ GEORGE A. SMATHERS '

BIG 23 ., ',.'.<.. .i".' .' ,-1",..., 4k, t ,- TOM ADAMS J. B RODGERS. JR.. Ii'' ,.
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JAMES W. KYNES I- 7 I !" 'It

h ,SCREEN' t* THOMAS Dr BAILEY ,.'.? "i.' _, ELLIOTTROOSEVELTw ;
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DOYLE E. CONNER "t'.k I

0..1 N.-. ..IIJf '. '_.., \. ... RAY E.. GREEN .rl..ifLw':'': REX SWEAT .. '
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WHITEHURST t.
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: :, WALTER O. GIBSON. JR. FOR DEMOCRATIC "<< .T4 :

RICHARD A. PETTIGREW'' .
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COMMTTTEEWOMAN
KNOWLES.os.tt'{, ; ." NATIONAL :
"' w; i ( ROBERT E. o *,
MlaG XII LAWTON M. CHIL "
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kF?/ ,,:, ROBERT M. MORGA. ,, t'. "_." "
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't P ELECTRIC. :f ; JAMES JIMMY JAMES ,4w ANNETTtr"BAKER ., I I. "

.o\; : ,. ,:.',, : J ALICE .McMAHON, 'H"'r, ,, 1'ft -
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: OWLES L.L '
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/DAYLIGHT BLUE"'I\r ANN SPEARS STOVER AMM( M. CKAMER "_

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ANN M. i
I j ; NANCY W!!;EVANS" ,

,.. t.I'J Coete s-- finish with subtle harmonizing MRS.NYLAH JOHN BELL,P. KING CATHERINE 'C. McCALL t I /

,:. [" eppo..tme"is ",ok. It a Jocoraror's .,...... G-E '. t. JULIET J, MARSHAKU1fl 1/. -, .
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\:4 4Mglneering. gin ft quality and reliability.
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MRS. ,ROBERT WIL JAM S t.'J.'J.. I '
J.t': L Jr '!I'I.. > "C (M... \ .'l ; "l Isis .. .
't i; lit 23" square screen1Ve .f 'I MRS. J. Ti ROSE; ; ; : 5: : : :
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I..,. "Daylioht Blue" picture Only ;f, ;' MARY K. PARRISH 1'k"i t H(" t t :.,. ..' i.E,,"; ,0 .".... .. ,' } '. ._ .
; ";'f't' with Clarejectof I ,4 l 1M.
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; ,r f.Up front sound controls ,. F,.:, \ .r ,f", '.:" ';., ,, CATHERINE C. McCALL .. I ;
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,i :' '. ;... Full power transformer $239.95 '. t"i.' .... .d".a': : :'" a'" '. } JUDY WEISSENBORN \. t n .t. -. ., ;..

', ., .'AutomoHc Gain Control ., 'rI 1., ,vrc! \.:;.:, ;; "'. .4..t.. -: ;:II".If.: IfoiSTRICT t '.. sklit? rlN j;i't' 'Ha ,' 'f
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.. .. SIXTH ANNUAL 4-H I,
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1 .. "", 'L- '. .1.. COUNTY.\VIDE1' CARDS t
.. j'. arr. DRESS REVUE HELD
(" ..... ., '. .. ';'AJ iOFHTHANKS
J "',. 't' '., ._ . lT .' UGti fMBtIdA VIrgl!. Hyman, Reporter Deborah Fisk give piano numbersSue
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:'.1'' I' ,.' : .; .. ....i.l\lI' .... ,,;.. '"''t : __ ..., : 1. Hillhouse gave 3 piano numbers :
...!" .s ., .. : ftld/iy evening May 8, the County -
I dfsp ayVfl With
DwfcC
Kathy
''lltc. "" 'J! '. 4Ji'dabs held thelrjinnual dress ability i-
I I I / a baton,mofrbet .:
41McLAUCHLIN'\ .r" rc-yue at the V.F.\\ ,,Clubhouse. ?, .
r BOMAR. ; We give first the top winners with; LTbe l 'jBeuIa'V Pantomime was5 witli.ck.oep'eat i sincerity; we 'would
first second! and third places: ". hfioritc) swlih the.VjOnrcrovftrt like ''td express ,oar heartfelt :rappreeiation
In the Senior Group: r cn by"Lillian Riley, Rebecca to the friend who were
First-Sharon Howell Jennings Detfje, Terry Bonnet and. Waunelle. so kind' and helpful during.the 111-
Second-Waunelle Walker Jasper Walker. neu and deatn of bur beloved Aunt
Third" -Paula Allison Wh. Spgs. I(I JTu"H appreciation; ; is expressedto and wife the late Mrs. Rosa Child ,
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and Rebecca edge, Jasper, a'1! wM made this a success. WUTlams. *'A i

J' r tying for Third place. ?./ I I.|; TKIl< wayir. .P. Cub furnished The auUlu1. flowers, calls,
R JUNIOR Group I I cookies for refreshment and the visits, :cxdrl'andlfood) ; were personal
i: First-Sue Hillhouse, Whl Springs Jasper H. D. Club furnished punch. tributes we shall never forget -
Second Shelja Alderman, Jennings Mrs. Wylma White Is Home Demonstration :I

Third-Serena Williams, 'Jcim:n.; :j Agent for Hamilton Coun MayGodhleel: a each'or*'of ) M she
say
All received certificates I who were kind to us during our 'OU'I RUBfctR STAMP fr.i. W
The following lists the rating of ty.METHODIST of sorrows 'srr ssaalUM I* sh..ery
the entire The Blues In the MEN'SBROTHERHOOD UrMU "
tc i rrai group Sincerely_, '
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Senior Group are Paula Allison, '' Bl.4..Hi, RUBBER
MEETS 'Mr.and Mrs. red Cbbbs
.. Sherry Andrews, Sharon Howe J:.J I IWaunelle 'TUESDAYMGHT ..'\4ofr. Collie Williams STAMPS r.cdl7 bans to !
last
Walker Rebecca Dedge. yes y.art sad yeses
I Seniors In the Red classificationalso '\ Lu.HELP n.f 3..555! I
I The Men's Brother
Methodist:
are Rebecca Dodge Paula Allison Tana Mrrle at pric* ttf
hood meets Tuesday night. An unusual UU
and'Sherry Andrews r what y.w VMM wtll.
Mill Yield" Goolsby and Owen WU' Seniors in the White classification program has been arranged wily apes a. My'C.
for this meeting. One that will! ... i.. k'f.-
lard Fennel Jr. were 'united In are Lillian Riley Terry Bon- you sTOP.I. Ia .d sa.. aq .
marriage 'at 5:30: p.m. Saturday, nell and ,enjoy so don't miss it. Covered dIah'supper I RUBBER STAMP ...d.' 'f
Marie
May 2 In Nahunta, Ga. n............. Phillips eo. as susual.Leonard. I IAN slat y.s cur kr W.ab* r
The i A4iiwri Certificates, woes ta.. a wW .l*.ti* j *f
The bride Is the daughter of Mr to Serena Williams, Sheila Alder*I' Register I MARKIMC/ DEVICXS b.' I
land Mrs. H.'C, Goolsby. The parent man and Sue Hillhouse. Reds to I j Program Chairman I: v+sS k.d..s. W Mw t \;
|( of the-bridperoom are Mr and Sue Hillhouse, Vickie Pautz; Gail THE :
|Mr*,. Willard FennelL WUllaira, Kathy edge, Raynel:I MOTHRES HONORED + M.N N JASPER NEWS _
k The couple will reside at 3129 N. Burnett and Wesley Jean Webb. .
W, 31st 9th Terrace, Gainesville, Jean AT FIRST BAPTIST .
WhIte-Bobby Padgett Pa. ;l. ;:
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t Florida. tricla Padgett. Winona Hammondl I SUNDAY FARM FOR SALE f
Faye Tanner, Susan Shaw and Brenda
[ BIRTHDAY PARTY Smith. I I Mothers present In the morning
service were honored last Sunday, i V'
''Mis*' Joni Ann Chasteen, daugh- Assisting. at the Fashion Show.Mother Day as the Pastor preached a
were Mr* Margie edge who
$et'i Mr. and Mrs. Bert ChasCeen gave a sermon) elevating Christian :'
the devotional Mrs. Ethel Dedge 200 '
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of rural White Springs was honored'with'a j|motherhood. The following mothers NEAR. JASPER
wrote the descriptions of the drellS.
her sixth birthday ", .
party on received: corsages; r .UclaI : t
es modelled; Mrs. Jean Conner of
:; : White Springs was the narrator j jRlner I far being; the oldest nnc h?> .
t .,Her cake,was a'two layer birth The! Judges were Misses Jean present. Mrs. Bill Sapp for having .;' only .$150 per acre
day;. one pink and one green with a Meadows, and Bernice Schuler. ,I'r the most children present, and Mrs 'f .' .
r white paper sail boat on top. There Home Demonstration Agents of Su- I Willie Corl for being the youngest d ---see'y '
were' aJso'mJnature American mother present ;
1f. 1 top.'Assisting wannee Qounty. . w. L BRYAN ,.
Flags pn The Jasper 4-H Club was the lo- I 7924351
the mother with the al sponsor and Lillian Riley, Ter The Jasper boys baseball team ., ,
refreshments were Miss Terri Jane ry Bonnell. Waunele Walker and'ora split a double header with the Sher r' '
.f.;' 1 Chasteen sister of the honoree! and Evelyn Norris were responsible Iff'I Boys Ranee last Saturday, .: ROBERT EULERT 792 331.H
Mrs. Glem' Scaff, Jasper, knho aces the engagement of her the Misses Debbie Taylor Sandra for the decorations. winning 13 tolO and losing 10 to 7. ", '(WRw tered Real Estate Brokers'
";.D.t, 1 daughter Bunnye McLauchUn, to James L Bomar, son of Mrs.. Edvtard Stormant, Katrina Srormant, Gale The entertainment followed, thus, 10 to.- 7.
Raymond Thomasson of C3ewtston>rind the late Carson Burke Bonar. Toralinson and Gloria Jean Lee. .. .,. --- .... .

I. : Miss McLauehlin .isthe'daughter of James I Alton,McLaudilin of Anna.i There were about fifty guests to
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In Education; She is presently teaching>i the_Orange County SchOOL.' REPUBLICAN PARTY---" ;' ;
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Her fiancee 1 Is now a student it'F1odd7A State University. He has MAY 26 1964' t.. r "

erved three,years with the United State ,-t\J!. Force. HAMILTON COUNTY '

The wedding will be Saturday .July U.at 7 in the FU J : .. ?t&f :Ii.
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The bride's mother invites all frlendl4'ind Watlves of the uup, \ .; .N \ i.* .,4 f TO VOTE for a person whose name whom [mted on' the ballot't., mark, ( the.square '
to the church ceremony and to the reception Immediately following' 1 .at the right of the name of the person for you 'd slrt'to' vote, :EXCEPTtn ; DELE- -

In the educational,bunding. No further invitations.; .. ,//1. oil, I, . GATES in which case you mark a cross ,(X) IN THE'C. pLE'jONLY/: ';' .
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E. C. Browne (b."'Sup. ?i.33.11 Prisoners1.' ................,1.... 5.86 T.C Office-u; ,...{.,.....:..7807 Joe.'Wllraer ,Deas' ,........ 11.50 Florida For I
; County' Minutes .'. Ring Power Corp EW *rts.413.24 W. A. Drury Comm. on; Bond Est Kenneth Daniels) Salt ft Exp Co. Nick C! Law ................ 7.50 sVI
.I George Webb Saw MoOOrNA.- A Conv. Fees ;?.......... 36765 I'' S.rvlceOOlcer .'.rn......15097 Mamie Bryan a.a.. .......... 12.00Adina .
:y &f r (Continued on Page 4 Parts, i ......hI" .f 253.15 Hill Mfg Co. Jardtor Sup. Jail 26.00 Betty R. Mlkell..sal clerk T.A. Simpson'..h.......".. 1200 Service; ep9r ,1 1The f. "
before the Bond said Board ad Jasper Auto Parts Eqp.; oarts, 29.59 I Co. Officers A Employees Retlrem I Office, *.......i.i..i..f. 12166 Alice.'Carter .,...,......f<. 1200 TOCK
I Sapp'. Serviel's.aUon: 4P.V" .' .Fund., .h..i............... 1805 William lCyser Sal Vet.? ',*.. 4J615 Jimmie H. Tuten ....1..,.. 12.00 FJonda Forest Service Head "' .
: r:.{' 'journed.Guy McGhln Chairman _Accessories 1..'..'...' *....; '13701 Social. Security 'Acct ......." 1638 Chartle Goolsby. sal :.,1M.. 188.90 I Joe Walter Sapp '....;..... 10.00J. quarters' In Hamilton {County. ;report I F CAR'Y. ;
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a ,'ATTEST Alice Jones, No.-Fla. Telephone Co phone 21.30 C1ENERAL FUND Julian Wood Sal C/D j,' ,; ThomasBennett ..f....... 10.00 *, the. 'following forest fireinJbrnuUlon : .
t Clerk Ad Interim :King Hardware & Frn Co. County Indigents Director .....(.....'.....i.i 11337 John B. Dedge.'...;...... 1000 for L'1e.ccuqo thru, the I f '
'. ROAD BRIDGE FUND I; .... 3063 MVs Mae Long ..,......... 1500 I r.Walter H .Davis, sal. maint ,,23.09 : V. L. Wetherington...... 10.00 'RACES:
.i '- Salary Road Employees) Ke nlWelding Supplies:> 5.90 Louise Crtbbs ............. 10.00 County" Commissioners! ,Exp, :Margaret Bullard :..........12.00 month o fAprlL moth' .... '
., ONeal Goolaby ,.......... Sandlin Auto Parts oil h.524.33 Eva Lee ....1*........... 1500 Grover Wheeler ......,....O'' 6.25 Mrs. H F.: NorrU ......;. 12.00J. Number of fires past 51 '
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'. W. S. Jackson ii..r..... 80.871 1 Service Sta.gas Sup ,82M Mrs. rank' Miller ........ 12.001 I Jack Vinson "'H;.....t..... 6.25i B. Stormant. Jr ........ .19.00T. Acerea burned..1... .
% Alex Mathls ............. !David's.. D.' Moody & Sons Rental Agreement Ida Mae Smith .. ........ 10.00 I i i Lawton McCulley ........... / 6.25 J Bryan .........h..... 1200 Fires since Jan.' 1 this year., ..13 ..' ,
215.2f1: James Royals ...... 10.00 McGhln 6.25 Betty Jo Llndsey .......... 1000 Fires same period last year ....12
k''' w. D. Stewart ...,. .,..u. Dragline ...........792.00 Mrs. Guy 'H""'"'''' I ... i
'l. ,John Ponds ....*...,.. 173.25 Lewis Motor Co. Eqp. parts ,.3.43 Mrs Roscoe Cooper ........15.00 I I Aaron ilogan ',"............ 6.25 Juaruta Dee .....,...u...10.00 Acres taunt since Jan. 1 this
Virgil Williams .......... 196.74 JimmieCandy ....,.. ..... 1000 Gxonlal: Life Ins. Co. .....;.. 3.00 Paul Hillhouae........... 14.60 year ........................'S1.2. .. ..... I
Randolph Turner ........ 17381Emery I LIBRARY FUND.... 14185: Bessie Holloway ........' 1200. Social Security Acct.: : : ./ 'l6.f/; Wilbert Altman ...........r 10.00 Acre burned same period last ''I t
.' Grantham ........ 16905 Blanche Deas Sal April .... 15.00 Annie Mae Whltaker ........10.00 Co Officers &,Employee Retlrem J. Roy Crews '............ 14.00 ...................,.* ,',34.6 ) ','
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Ruben Daniel ........... 21124 Kenneth Wood April ) Annie Mae Frier .......... 15.00 Fund. .. ..,,...;.,_..' 108.49 Houston Brown ..4....;.... 18.00 ;year !. ''.
I. Catherine Van Landingham Sal .............. 10.00 .70 I James Fburaker .......... 14.00 .... ;
Cross-Blue 66
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Pete Register ......... .. 151 3t :
April. "t ....... 10.00 health ........ .... -
d hs i BiD B. Norris .is........... 210.06 Cora Cartwrighfc. Town of Jennings, rent: c L. D. Christie 14 00 j ,.
Russell White, ...............164.25 Social Security Acct: April 1248 Joe Jackson.. .' ......... 1000 Clinic .. ." .;.....;;i... 20.00Bu Lafayette McCa.1: ....,cis.. 15.00Mrs. Roundtree & Son Funeral I ?
Co. Off. A Employees Retirement Co, Ind. ...., 75 CO Ifj
J. U Reeves ........:...:. 211.24Ben .... .. .....: 11.77 Burrill Burnett. Jr. ...... 15.00 Bullard Rent Health I I. S.Johnson ...........19.60 Transporation '.75"! I :;
Goolsby, ........;.. .. 128.95 Fund April .1. Carttre Mitchell .. ......, 10.00 Clinic' ,.,.:. ..oo..a..... ... 2000 Ms. J. L. Reeves ,....... 15.00 North Florida Telephone Co. '. };' ,
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No. Ha Telephone .......... 161.33
Henrietta Craig 1..10.00 Treasurer'Cant 1013.91' Mrs Perry Canine ........ 1500 Phone Service a. I I.
Tureal Stone .. ........ .. 160.55 Power Corp .... .. .... 7.37 Mrs. State April for J' ..
BIll Ponds .........i...:.. 164.25 y. Ran o'''A. Andrews: Sal A Expense John H McCormick SaL Co:' Mrs J. W. Skeen ......t. 15.00 J. O. Burch: Co. Balance due I ; ,
Norman Douglas........'203.44 Htl'oway'eCas! ;.\ /:,.'..*,.!...13.90, County 'Agent, ..,.s.., 31 .1O I Jud e .-..._625.00 I Mrs Teford Shc Ivan ........ 15.00 materials for voting house 2211 I., u'SPFEDWAY' J1<.}
Daniel D. Johnson .. .......121.36 McCrimon's Supplies '4.\.,' 3.99 W. A.' Drury Sat Q). Lanier System Corp Off Sup 5615 Cubic E. Morgan ..i....... 1500 E. C Browne Co..balance due for. ;
Huey Cook .4....:....... 230.94 National Library Week Sup .11.20. Attorney .... .."....57.78 I. Drfherow Office Supply; Co 1147 Joe D. Sullivan ..,,...... 23.00 Materials voting ,booth 118 46 RACES'EVERY
Vernon Moore ............. 173.23 American Library Line Inc: 8 69: Salary! ,Covnty CommissinereAaron | H & W. B. Drew Co.,office. and Santa F. Deas ............15.00 King Hardware. A c Frn Co. i I I
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Colonial Life Ins Co '... May 6.00 Florida tate pntyera1ty'Fllm'Rental' 465 Hogan' ......;..... 11750 Election Supplies ?*. 87.04 I Albert W. Deas ........,. 25.00 Supplies Voting house 240 I SAT:; :,NIGHT I
Social Security ,Acct. "April 15576 Jewell .i..S.tV'-r.T-A' : I 'r.mver Wheeler ....u.... 10397 Bowen Supply Co. Office& Election Lewis Carter ..*........... 15.00 Jasper Florida r
Co Officers A Employees Retlrem. Mrs. -McNeil '.(Travel. .... Jack Vinson ........t... 11547 Supplies Voting Booths 321.13 Hubert Downing .:........ 15.00 May 6, 1964 TIme Trials -7 ,." i
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Fund April ,... .. .171.89 Expense ,.' ( .. < Lawton McCulley ..,..... 103.97 General. Office Eqp. Off Sup 72.24 Wallace leas .............. 21.50D. The Board of County Commissioners '.FIrst Race .._ -I p." .,
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida FINE A ,FORFEITURE ........;. 113JS7 Ann C. Malpas Refund 5.00 I
Guy McGhln ; Postage A. McGhln ............. 16.00 In and for Hamilton County. ,
Insurane May' ..". 96.60Fla. Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost' A Isaac Chandler; Jr. Exp Col. Co. UnIversal'Mty; Janitor Sun 03x50 Doris Herring: .............16.00 Florida convened at 800: o'clockp I. AdmlsslM. ,, ,,. ...
Power Corp. Utilities Feeding Prisoners 'l582.23Johte I Agent h':....1 75.00'Thelma Atlas .United Dist.Recreatin' M 1 Bernice Bland ...'........... 16.00 .m. pursuant to call by the Cabman .AAlItt SUI !
Camp .,,5329 IL TUcCormick.Co.. Judge Lewis-Eatate $aLto Brtf Supplies White Springs 69.ni Ted 1dcGhin' .............>.... 15.50 Guy McGhin. Those present StvdMIfa '1.51 ...
Sears & Sons Inc. Parts & Expense r..f........45750! Co. Can. April ............'57500 J. 0. Burch" Co. Materials(for: Charles W.. Goolsby -.i 18.70 were 'Aaron Hogan Jack Vlnson,J.I! -CMUrMi. JSI (. .
Labor .. 380 John HMcCormicle Juv, Judge. Ann O Malpas salary f.iu202.90 Voting- 1. ae .i.-.1.2 A' 0943 Jewel S. Bembry ........ 15.50 Grover Wheeler and Chairman* I ..., : \,
Ratliff Motor Co. Eqpv parts 22.26 Salary <.....MM' ."*>""" '700 Margaret Register'Saly.;'Clerk 32.33 City of Jasper Utilities Ct-Hs AAsst Debris C. Walker ........ 15.50 Guy McGhln. I I t Under 4 yaws-FREH ,;
\, Vulcan Material Co pipe 440.61 Joseph P. HoUonvan Juv Counselor WyHna B':White Sal Exp.'Hornet t Co. Agent Off .. ... 23.80 H. Inez Williams .......... 1400 Motion was made by Jack VIrr II al Valdosta '.'t
Fla. Steel Corp. el- 78 07iu ,Salary .1........,...-*.... 49.27 Dem: Agent .........:r.... 25897 Isaac Chandler. Jr. Refund I Mattie Lou King ........ 14.00 and seconded by Aaron Ilogan,.and I, 3 Mlles. South 31. {' :.
: :.. : Game A Fresh Water Fish Comm. Ethel G.Dedge sal. clerk to''Home Expenses ..'..... ..... ..6.50 Alex: Royals ............... 14.00 carried that upon the appointmentof I, I n Highway ,. .
Arrest Fees. 4..'. i.t....... 50.85 Dem.'Agent ................ 83.14 Fla. Power Corp. Utilities CtUs & Cecil G; Eatmon ............ 16.40 J. R. Miller as Clerk of the Remember HMM rfalatt. \ Y .
-I l: Orkin Exterminating Co Pest O.O Edwards SaL Ass State Asst Co..Agent ? 90.49 Beulah Rae Lashley-....... 12.00 1 Circuit Court of Hamilton County '1, May M, IH-Up. fate. mecW'i)! :
control, jail .. ..... 8.00 Attorney ......,.,....n....:...89? The Jasper News Legal Adv. Lucille Hester ............ 12.00, Florida, that his bond be fixed in : race sponsored by VaUostaJaycats J JI
Jasper Laundry. Laundry. Wm. Randell ,Slaughter Salary. forms.,printing, etc 74.57 Onnle Goolsby ........... 12% the sum of $3000 and the said bond JVM double f \ '..I
1 coma e u iaat teifltoiEft jf Jail ...a4. ......i...a...n.. 1357 State Attorney..,..;.;....... 1656 Hugh F. Moore Part'ft. Repairs David Goclsby! ........... 12.00 was approved in the principal sum I i I ; f, .m.' I
k TUB tflBlf whit Tae ICTl Fla Power Corp Utilities Jail 43.02 Eva Akins SaL'Sect.,to"' Circuit Sheriff Radio .4.... 1562 Stafford L. Scaff .......... 9.00 of $3,009 with J. R. Miller as principal lure thrill show and sport..' +:
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i tine ucvu PECK A exRD. City of Jasper Utilities Jail V.80 Judge ;. ; i.....'...,.,2679 Thelma Lewis-estat* Refund and John S. Padgett ............ 9.00 .and the Fireman's Fund Ins man race; June 23 SSS-lap. .
Tfcelma Lewis Estate Criminal N. H.; Willams'Stal.tYard. .. fees for April ? ., 15.79 Barney Burnham .......... 9.00 Co"as. Surety. I:, Grand National/ sponsored
Stll4._ Court Fees 12.25 i up-keep '. ,. 'r.-*..,..-..< 41J57 Dan BrasweO T, C. Comm 45571. P. W| Simmons ... ....... 9.00 ;There being no further, muslness; 'I !by ShrIner.. .::..Mt fif: :
I lPI Kayo's Drug Store Drugs Jail Addle Wae. Smith Salary,Qerk Davids Service Station Gro, Jesse Fburaker' ...........15.00 the meeting adjourned, ,I r
County Indigent .. : 1200 J. R. Hogan. ..'........... 19.40 Guy McGhin, Chairman-: 1 ..- .
-'-' Bond-Howell] Lumber Co- Materials Mallory Tavell ............ 1840 ATTEST Alice Jones I I
'' Voting House ,. .r .,C.. '13.88 Mallary Morgan .......... 15.00BAn.JFFt. S Clerk Ad Interim:
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FARMERS\ Harry 'Davis -. .
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House .u. ,j,' .... . 15.00 L. Pollard: .,..*....... 12.00 '" S
I and For the E. C. Browne Co., Materials Voting Joe .............. 12.00 '
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most reasonable rates and, For the most Suwarnee B ock Co., materials Olin Westbeny ........... 14.00 WANTED! ;:
-buy your J/I Voting House ,t.'*.$,H.. 5670 P. D. McCall s............. 12.00 ,
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B. Hun-ell Ins. .. 3760
I-l."Bumett.. .II.......a}..... 15.00
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost 427.34. Jesse Huggins '....,.......' 15.00J
'nil: W .T. Edwards. T. B. Hospital' ... .. (AND NEEDED ,
HAIL INS.URANC.EJONES1 Patient D. Laseter .V, < 16.00 MAY: 26th)'
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,T" 122.50. Peter L. Young .......... 15.50
XeroxCoro Photo Suwplles, 32 05
Dept Public Safety Radio; Service Mae L Miller: .........!.,. 1400 ..
SEARS & -from- April .. ... 1300 James W. (Bill) Green ....12.00 ) i .
SONS Electfcn Expense May" 5, 1964 Alton Bruce Morgan ...... 15.00 "
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INSURANCE Mrs. Zona McGraw .12.00 F Kenneth Tuten T. A. Com 40100F L
Mrs. Sarah Beaty....... 12.00 : Kenneth Tuten Field exp 416.66 J
assessmentst dues or:gimmicky792.2921: Mrs. Coye Saiils .,..; 14.20 Sally M...,Sapp Deputy"Supervisor's '
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COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE ... .............. 12900
Just good insurance! Jasper, FloridaR. Bessie Mae McDonald .;.. 12.00 Salary )., ;; ...
Ivey W Prescott .........,.. 7V) I Hamilton;County Bank. April ... .' 't
A. F. Beaty -................ 750 1 Exchange, ... ................. 1012 .
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JO\ ...1\.. COIDIIIOIER fcakonles orcrlookiac the btae Atlacue. air
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appliance dealer right away. o ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR...e4l0v. ttnA** :

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l PAGE FOUR THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA Friday, May 15,1964 !


LUNCHEON HONORS bride-t--be,.her mother, Mrs.: Ken '

t MISS CHANDLER neth ChandJcr, Mrs. Ernest Chandler NOIICEThe I Publ-i'C- --n 'n" 90'ts I

and. Miss Cindy Chandler were deeuDta* for advertliilag 1 uu ,
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,Mrs J. R. Tuten Mrs. W. A. placed. t, ropy .I. 'ToMday 'BOOH and for :

I' Bradley and Mrs.: James T. SuUi'van The btjde-tobe( : was attractive in -*.. I. WedneeWUy**. III HAMILTON COOTJTY, Bach: claim r'demand"'mast 'be 'In I

I were hostesses at 'a luncheon a yellow dress worn with matching ,orc>r far The Japer New. to FLORIDA. writing.sad mM state the place efresUenc .
L Will be cold Wore th oourtlI.al.400r and poet office addrea.oflb '
honoring Miss Mary Kathryn Chandler accessories Her corsage'' was a properly serve .it* patron, of aid count at 11:.. L..... onth claimant" and mutt b. .won to .
11th 'of Ka,. next, to the by the claimant h|" agent or hi.* attorney
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I theM deadlines mast be met. day ,
2nd at the Oaks : .
on May Ashley
j' 1 white orchid. highest bidder I for cash a on.elrhthundivided .or It will become void ac- a e'1!
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1( Restaurant In Valdosta. Intereit In and to 411 acres cording to law .
I Ij. She was presented with, a salad more or le.. of and In laid Dated this .She Hth day ot April. .
beta Identi. Hit
couity and state that *
f j. ; The luncheon table) was arranged cal land deeded by Chart- /Alma Admlato-
I bowl by the hostesses as a token of which was KR.oretI'E !
n e. B. Hedrlck ant wife to B. E. tie of
and r
set beautifully to accommodate
b : the high esteem In. which she 1.I 1.yn lai (now deceased) by deed dated Nov. CHARLIE O. UcOHIN, D.- ,
':. \ thirty guests. A pink motif was 11.'114., recorded In deed book No. i
hek.lt, J it. pp. Z*'11 of Hamilton County May 11. 51. It, Jan I MM4?
used In the flower Arrangement at I l .t MITVAMEMMETT Florida, to which' deed and its. record : I
thereof reference I. hereby madefor IN COURT ,
j the head of the table where the I all necewary purpoiee especially Or TVlB
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COUNTY JtJDOB. ,jl .
I that description-.by mete lied KAMlL-fe"
ill bound -of. saM lands. TON COUNTY, FtORIDA.'
IN PROBATE!
The Interest b. old being one In RKsUt of J
I l elnth that wu the share of Mr. t
THBLMA LEWD
Rhoda Re -let.r Lee (new deceased) tI I
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,, Balance books. LOVETT, 8f. ash ,. widow of skid R E. Lee( the ALL CREDITORS DeceasedTO AND PER. I I tt
; 1 your .. undersigned Lewis 8. Lee being the SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS I Thanks
i administrator" on her estate txp
Funeral services for Emmett Lo- ([ointment: : ef:th* Ordinary of Clinch; Tow and AGAINST each Of SAID ESTATE "j
you are hereby
r vett Sr., 54, who died March 8, acUng County,as Georgia such. and duly I a certlfled quallfled copy and notified and required to present anyclaim
and demand which ,
at his residence In White Springs of such appointment together Wftilia you oreither '

Rt were held Sunday, May 10, In the he leave letter to of'sell admlnietratlon the said property and asrrant.d of estate'of of you Thelma, may tars Lewis,ralMt. the v would like to take this method to thfoik{ '

s sF White by the Court of ordinary of lat* of said;J't'tylo'at th
Springs Baptist Church with
t I Clinch Co. 0..., all being filed and of Judge of d.c.a..d'i the voters of Hamilton County 'for'the splendidvote
at his
office In the
orI the Reverend Sayer Cancrva atTic record In Itl..oWe. of the County court' .
said County at Jasper ,
Judge' of Hamilton County,
0 ating. Interment was In Riverside to which reference is h.r.b in six calendar month from the I received in the May 5th
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Primary
fIui Cemetery. Deed will b. mad. to the I'JOrI4&1 of the irt publication of this. tlm'l I
Two copies of each claim or demand
1 : I Mr. Lovett was born in Coffee er a* at t :1':4ttlralr: | ,, the hall place be In of writing residence, and and shall pot office state!i j I will always strive, to make Hamilton County
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Reference' Ir-aide- made to the
address of the claimant, and shall
jaunty, Georgia, moving to FloridaIn re4.'ordl In the,,efflce .f said County .' '
worn to by the claimant" hU ... a better'place to live. '
s. I T T*' early; youth.. He had. resided. in udg. for record of certified- copy of or attorney and accompanied by b.1 .
the proceedings In sM Court of r "
r flllnTjfe/ of ono dollar and >
J ,.n I IAUDITOR'S ,White Springs for theist 18 years Ordinary of Clinch Co. Da, In ret/ claim or; demand net 'o filed. hall be '
?'v II ,where he,owned and operated Lo- Estate of R. E. Lee declare no Told ; *, Sincerely
theFINE a lmlnl..traHon proceeding 40n hi* ..-I t I HORACE Q. LEWIS, A* ".dnlnlitrator "
with vett's. Garace. at*. li t I of the Bstate ofi : '
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",- J 'I This! th* fit) 'Uy *t May 1t/4. I: THELMA LEWIS daceaad.rint JERRY B. SMITH
Surviving are his wife Mn. Bessie LEWIS B. LEE, Admr. > publication HT lith. 1M4. .
Estate of Mr*. Rhoda May II II '
POINT IiI Lovett of White Springs; one o
Inter Lee, deceased u.l..a..n..I" .
!daughter, Mil Olinda Clements of Address: PuPnnt, Oa. R..I l 'I ..
I II April IT. 14, May It 1 13. "
: II I Jacksonville two sons, James and .

MhN'' .Danny Lovett both of White Springstwo HOTICR OF SALR y "

I I! sisters Mrs. ,Beatrice Cawby SPECIAL TAX NVMBRR SCHOOL ova DISTRICT VOF ., '. .

: of Montgomery, Alabama and Mrs HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIITA' .

Mattie Wright of Columbia South SCHOOL BOlfDSfteated I Jrid Y *
i Carolina;' 'three brothers. Walter bide will be received byho 1 -
Board of Public Instruction .f -" First
Lovett of Lake City,. Claude Lovett Hamilton County, Florida, kt the A Aid
r{ Ball Point Pen 1'460F office of the County Superintendent I
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I of Gainesville and Frank Lovett of
of Public Instruction of Hamilton j Ij ,
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Trenton, and one grandchild. County Florida. at the Hamilton .
Long 7" perfectly! balanced writ- County Courthouse, Jasper Florida. saves lives-
Active pallbearers were Paul Hill until I o'clock pm ES.TJune .15. mucus or food !Tilt his head back
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Ing Instrument designed for .'44, for the purchaso of 1400,000 Wipe
f.. louse,: Jt B. Roberts Jr., Warren Hamilton County, Florida, Special out of victim's mouth to open air
auditors, accountants, book. SIIUIANT Bullard Ned Grow Lavern Tax; School District\ Number One vita fingers. passages--chin- up perhaps
Porter School Bonds, dated January 1. ltC4 your Your.
keepers and others who need a INK 1.. F. Carver Jf{ Serving as honorary Principal and aeml.annu.J InterestJanuary
COIOIS ( t and July 1) shall be payable This is
fine to II point pen for extreme Color W fend pallbearers were W. L. An- at such bank or bank a* the one Way:
4.r .nil derson, Rolph Hay, H. W. KQpat- aid Board of Public Instruction the bond shall
legibility. designate upon award of
full .stUI IB rick, M. B. Cannon Glover S..De- to the successful. bidder. --
ONLY THI AUTHINTIC NATIONALLY SSmeTVMMtUS1M4SITI Legal. Delbert Null Clyde Hill- umbered Coupon consecutively bond (not regUtrable from. 1 upward ).. Mouth
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ADVERTISED ANDY PIN CAIKItS TNI SSUunm house, and L. F. Carver Srj In denomination of 1,000 each trop tamouth
ANDY UNCONDITIONAL 0OUAIANTII. uvnsaStAMI S S and maturing. serially in numericalorder i I j one of resu.scif4.
the
I BUISttCIusm on January 1. a* follow: many
'I' DO NOT ACCIfT SUf.STITUTf Tear Tear Amount lile.sa'inr ,kUl,
f S-IOOK lOt niNOT*ONTHIPfNI w. B. .McDONALD I lilt IMS A$1500..1100. IIH 1171 |10.00 SO.*.S Red Croas. Over taught by

W. R. McDonald, 86, resident of 1181 1S0 177 10,000 cert/lic.tea/ have 25.000.00('
1561 1(00 1(71 10.00 the Jaw Jour'I Io'1rtb ov,<}fcl* and been
GIANT INK SUPPLY Jasper died this Tuesday afternoon |llXt o 117* U.009: pi Pull or >push
in the Hamilton Memorial 17 ".CHlI 11 1S.004 so It Juts out. Pinch blow--12 tines a minute jSSfcS. .
tnt0 sraliaMi .Is r Nc.tl ,1171 11.000 lilt 15.*0* 1 for adult 20 for child.
,
I' Pans site, sF1ss.monvfacttned Hospital after an Illness of several 1171 SO.000 1M1 H.OOO ; his nostrils shut, put' zssSS-
I years lie was a former member 171 10.000 1111 1S.OO chest lift. If
1(74 10.00, 1(14 10,000, Continue until you sea :
.Iqrt ot the Board of County Commissioners Certain ot these bonds are subject there's no air exchange, recheck head. help

I: UHf .IM ce.,HIJ. (., of Hamilton County and wasa in detail redeptlon Of I Wrlch prior may te maturity b* ,...curedfrom the and jaw position, and try again. If family of you e ke?your
trt.ba former member of the Board of the Official .,..t.m.." the
victim
''' turn over, .
Cebes. City.CiIHy U.a.A.' obligationsof till, no exchange, 4
( o \J.$: Trustees of,th Hospital The bond are genital : 512 roes .1-
totvtea "oJ" '
Special"AI'School District Number give hUt Mvtral sharp blow OU': : (, "' ."
One of Hamilton County Florida .. .. ; :: '
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Ella shoulder blade to-:rswv possible -- 'v"'" _
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. which District !I. cotermlaou with 'r..

'\ :1'n: : : McDonald of Jasper, two daughters Hamilton payment thereof County,.tad the for full the faith prompt and. foreign matter,from throat, then .

Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell Jasper,,.and credit nt said District Is Irrevocablypledged. repeat all steps of procedure.'
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> Mrs. Dan of Deerfleld.Funeral .
Drawdy .
THE
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JASPER NEWS Bidders are requsotod t. name thereupon :

; r services were held 'this expressed,rat or rate In multiple, net exceeding.three 01.or .. /' ?li r 1 .P A :
Thursday afternoon in the chapelof 1/10/ nf ink not exceadliHT .lx prI +:;-. .
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I cent. The Interest to become due on t \
T Reid F\JneralHome. "
Harry ., bond on Are & ,
f.| Minterest aaslotIcoupon. there .
TO THE VOTERSOF The Reverend Sam Warren farmerPastor (.date ahall, Mld b* shall be accompanied '. With "our'h :

of Jasper Advent Christian !by a ".rtlf e< of bunk C'uM.r' or \1 It'',
Church officiated. ftreasarer'* check III''he amount of \
HAMILTON COUNTY 8.000.00. to assure performance by
: bidder. end. subject to ,
Interment In Cemetery the auccennful --- --- -- ----- --- -
was Evergreen -- --- -- -- -- -- '-
'the nnonallfled apnrovlne legal opinion --
in Jasper. of freeman H"'''hantiion Watson l

I wish to take this means of expressing my Billy Hill Harvey Eehlert Jim I Complete. Jacksonville financial,"Florida Information and VOTE
BY
k I(other prtlnen material may be obtained : PRECINCTPr
i friends for their Hickman, Joe Walter Sapp, accompanied from the npd-nltned' Th i
\. .appreciation to my support on by Mrs Nell Rhoden sang right to reject, any and all bids I III re- ,

May 5th. r _.....!.ji- i !If J., "The two songs.Haven: "Rock of Rest.of" Ages" 'and erYed." TUB INSTRUCTION BOARD OF OF TTJBCTO HAMILTON I 1&. JeDDiDp; S Japer w4 and north; S White Springs; 4 Belmont; a Marion Blue

COUNTY Reid FLORIDA. Springs; ,7 Belrvffl; SA OTOM Roads; SB BraaweU' Farm; 9A "nca} tB Jasper ea.tand JoSS Lt
Sincerely, Pallbearers were Dan BrasweH. I by HarT. :trT'Publlo ; -.
County Superintendent 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 8A 8B 9A 9B
Woodrow Wise, Payton Bembry Sr. Instruction of Hamilton 10 ab. total
Crawford Petty W. W. Bradshaw, Coutyr Florida. United State Senator
KENNETH E. SMITH
and Kenneth Tuten. May 15. 11. 19(4- Speuard 1. Holland 229, 397 238 41.//42 45 53 U7 59 21 41a 41 212 19ri

I III.i TN THE-COUNTT--JUDGE'ScotrnT Bailey Odham ...... 29 210 106 1 29 .,14 53 36 16 5 '129 13 49 695

IN AND FOR Governor

.. HAMILTON FLORIDA. COUNTT, Haydon Burns ...n. 112 172 11.5 19 18 25 :w 67 20 9 182 19 117 909

i TO THE CITIZENS IN Bit:: E"t.t.-ot) 0. MeOHIX Fred Bud Dickinson .. 58 152 97 8 23 16 .22 30 18 T 190 18 53 692

"!AI CHARLIE Deceased. Robert King High ..... :S I 180 96 0 n' 5 32 15 10( 1 65 18 13 (67

I ,; //r RElY TIME A NOTICB TO CREDITORS Frederick B. Karl .... 8 10 .2 0' 3 1 10 4 1 0 ,15
OF ): COUNTY I All creditor of the estate ot : ,,3 4 61
HAMILTON( : fOMST FIRE STRIKES CHARLIE O McOHIN deceased are Scott Kelly ........... 94 99. 69. .r 27 )_ 15 23 29 45 ';, 23 7 84 T" 64 586
hereby notified I and required t* file ....... 6S 31 0 5 1 12
any claim' or demand which they Jack Matthews 18'I : 4 6 5 In 1 37 245
I would like to express to the voters of Hamilton may have asalnit: said eatat In the Attorney General 'ilt' :I:1' .
office of tKe Couaty Judp. of Hamilton
,, j County my appreciation for their vote and You GETBURNED County. Florida, In the Courthouse Earl Faircloth ........140 323 20T 35 X34 34 41 n 35 12 329 31 122 1m

I support during the recent election. I now invite (6) calendar at Jasper month, Florida from within the date tit, James W. K.Ynes ..... 89 264 us: 13 U 18 liS 64 M It 196 15 106 10M

\ : of the first publication of this. notice. Public UUUttM Cummthsioner .
l all citizens of the county to work together in our
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I. phillip S. Brewer ..... 49 1H 8T 8 18 10 :u .19 19 5 138 16 78 585
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efforts for better
I I a county. ,Ed Mason ............168 371 171 ::30 54 17. 62 90 40 20 302 23 126 1486 \
SaytiNew
,} l t' Thank I Smokey State Senator
you, '
-Jack Bispham .........65 66 n :S I 1 13 22 47 7 1 46 i220 382

.1 E MAURICE BENNETT' WIW I4APPfNSPwrrH R. M. llolcomb .......11 19 'U 2 1: 3' 13 8 T 0 29 0 6 ,110Qecf

: eo0W will,? NAPOY141, Kennedy ........126 50T 122 42 61 13 65 58 57 26. 01 29 In '1701

? Hauatm Roberts ...... 58 70 157 5 19 38 14 45 8 1 98 20 92 625

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Pa'tCn Bemb.'y Jr. ....133 459 107 21 52 45 96.K.! 61 22M3 35 U5 1689J.

r 1kPTo: W. KcA1ptn..l61 206 29"l. 27 36 :u '. 33 ;; m' f 11,. T '174 31 193 7271aerk

a The People Of 4t, s oaretut Court # ,' .1. : '

i : re ere Bob Miller ............242 28S Z18 43 '11 41 80 111' 39 ,,22'374 28' 162 1660 .

P.'D. SandUn Jr. ..... 50366L% 13 'Z8 28 40-- 51 38 6Z 35 36 1lS 1189


t. Hamilton County.c I SberiIf'aWu Rhoden .......259 510 382 33 13 24 132 118 49 17 4S2 57 266 2m t

w ,. Kenneth E. Smith,.... 6t 131 32 23 20 f4 23 50 2S 13 17S 11' 47 t7i6

Tax Aases.or '. "
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: i. I take,this opportunity to express my appre- George L. Smith ......185. 131 145 13 16 48 a TTIT '. 10 161 .33 83 9G6

F. KeMeth 'J\Jten' ...107. 532 237 43 'n 22 92 89 :S I 16 438 33 a 18M!
:: ciation for the M"-Ts (.test
support and encouragement given A laod Is s.perinteedell& PsibSo 1MtnIe&
sartaee tarn
t.', me in the election hires tetfl7iia Harry T. ReId ........ 78 m 100 8 6G 14 !K '41 57 11 m 35 184 1583George

t. : past 'It. W'nn ......241 243 S.11 49 2S 51 63 In 22 12 206 33 121 1521


{ Although we lost the election, we should all County Joel. Sellit Onsnmiseiaaer.........:DIa&rtet-...206441 X.. 1 2u: 4Q, 59 44 90 108 52. n 401 C8 1SO l890

AntennasWith Ike Shiver ............ 9T 152 U1 13 22 23 S1 62 n 8 154 9 95 834
: : 'w&i t.,$, our efforts: to improve the educational I Ooanty tbmmL.i.aer, DWrId NwMatlice I

lA : syst.Mn'in! this county. As 'long as I remain in 30 ft Pole Bennett ,......207 258 223 36 39 44 51 80 G 11 896o44 151 2S08

t installed! Jack VLnon .,........ 6'7 C33 142 2) 53 23 GZ 6737_ 11 317 25 153 1meotr

;r Hamilton County, I will always fight for quality 7 ; e mn.sdoaer, DWdet K-II '

.$29.95 GUI McChbt ?n....:..I9( ,29.1 18)) t1 '23 38 48 85 42 6 281 '7 IGT ms .

1 ; education for our' children. Jerry B. SmIth '.......tSO 381 209 :18 iii 32 T7. 82 36 2S s 33C 58 131 16'52' "
4 'J' School BeaaL' Dlstrtcl Ns.3 ",'" J

f' Your friend Bass T. V. Shop Onbxa Nlttds6lf 4...... 4& 4% 80 13 10 1 t U 35 n 11 442 :31S7 15.n

I f' S <.. \\ Allen B. Tyre..2519; m m 41 19 58 86.138 'I ,12.164 40 106 1394

,' .. ; .; ; 1x GEORGE H. WYNN Phone ..eeI 1se.rol< Disuse 11.. Io ;

.... Mtt Marable ........U8 321 aa a 'S 41 68112 43 I 2S1 fT 1QJ 2irFnnk t4
: 79&65G6 .
JiW."l."l."-- -- Matthews' ......;288 m 32 37 11 44 e :s 11 12 UJ 12211

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I Friday, May 15, 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA PAGE THREE


I 'T&uthMakes' Free" Jo 8:32: the word ot the great apostle PaulIn taught they become the enemy,of t I their part ha .Is evil spoken at, but a servant of Christ Very likely it the way I choose," I shout like
hU letter c to the church at Calatia the Very I. they, loiVe .enough on you rpart he Is glori led But let,not one thing:dq yogjiav*' to.sut-: to say Just here that It Is one of the
Many times' 'gospel i preacher are 1y that such Just Isn't the case. If After having, ,'finished,condemning to exhort them ft forsake those none of you suffer' ,as murderer: I render to be a follower ot Oulst so grandest prrvfliges' men could possibly
asked !"Whyvdon't you Just preach I you Relieve.for a minute that It Is, them for "IPttltt* the things which with practices revs Jhat are Jed-wlli not In of harmony God. as a,thtef,cr 4s lit evildoer, or as :cording' to'the. standard..by' which
. th troth and leave they wetySwUngind} : ,,Mixingwhich : that .yoi| 'ar,. following, hm 'J'Iu.re have being able'to practice
? ; everyone ease youjl should.jyajt Your Bible and : VltNwe rrot tOtjhe laws busybody, In'other, _men's matter ,( ?
alane7? This owstkn Is asked with obii 'the:law ofChrist of the religion,, as. he see's it, that if, so
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probably just
"" see ifyiQw JfHyL felt abort .falsefcetrrae waj rary land governing the conduct of man Yet If any maru lfeeps, a pain-. as popular*among
i'' hths' t4ldalrsd t shatter I< .:fea>e. gocpel" according K asked.them this'f question probably .the results would oftel\,bethesameas tian,let, him rot Je.shamed; 'bullet ''>all about you as the next man.You i far as not being persecuted by'go?>
whit' bet'pa+ofeisei tai i1Mi and to MMfceW the,3 chapter;verse.13 found In Cal.' 4:19" "Am I,.become they were in the days him glorify God on,this behalf. ,poke das, ,a:Cna,'Christian indl- ernmental Interference, but ,God
, \ ( ti t..o- tJma'38"/* !< %" e' *U.: ,therefore your' 'enemy. because II'' of ,Christ and the apostles. You I To this array'of:Interesting revel: yldual.becaue, you are tolerant of has not given this privilege tq any
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.b eopcre , briny age.4f timealkryved.man tell you the'trUt.bf This fa often the : know that,everyone of the.apostlesof ation"we''have"W* word everyone's rellgous belief even man! Whosoever transgressed and
j r 1t fe have, his.own,way Christ and of course Quist 10m. t I I
1 I case when one teaches what' the apostle Paul once again attesting1 hough you: disagree with them abideth rat In thedoctrine of am t
thosewho read,these artIcles,Week- In.serving;,Hlm/I.am reminded of Lord and 'the inspired apostles self ,met with a,, violent death for' to these but .
I afcts In 2 Tim 3.12: "Yea.;Immensely as so many others hath not) God/( .
their part in preaching the truth of 1 I
t -- .. .A "'Jr' ,- ., the kingdom of God, except Johnsod and all that will live godly In ChrIst you pass It by with the. age time K. EX Thomas '
according to history he died Jesus shall suffer persecution."'worn saying Well you believe It Box 238, Jennings. ,
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In exile away from all contact with What'Is It costing you today to be the way.you chose, and I'll believe

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Federal;' Quality Homes Inc 'You can read for yourself In
the Bible that';,Christiana have
never.been among the popular ma.josity. NOW OFFICIALLY OPEN!'

The.Name of Distinction in Mobile.Home Living Notice the words of inspiration
: u penned by the apostle Peterin
1 Pet,1:11.16."I: f any man speaklet
: him speak as the oracle of God. Florida Campsites
North on 41 Lake City Fla. Phone 752-0791
> if any man tnlnister, let him do It
as of,the ability Vvhlch I God giveftu

We.offer:more of Everything when you buy rom: that God in all things may be ,ON THE BEAUTIFULWITHLACOOCHEE
... glorified through Jeses Christ to .
:.i:' '} ;, whom be praise-and dominion forever I RIVER '.. it f
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FEDERAL HOMES Beloved think It not strange concerning COME 't .
QUALITY ,one outU.e the Picnic Facilities=: Fishin the River-Inspect
the fiery'triat which Is to
1 try you as though .some strange the Lots Terms as low as $10 down $10 a month!
> thing happened';into you: But rejoice t
" First in Sales First In Quality First In Services Inasmuch. ye are partakers Drive'out State Road 6 toward Madison. Turn North on SR 143.
of Christ's suffering ;that, when his '"'"
glory shall be revealed, ye may be --- --... .JJ .A... .J-'t.-- -"AY V -------------
glad with exceeding Joy. It ye'be
FEDERAL HOMES reproached for the name of Christ,
QUALITY happy are ye: for the spirit of glory i
and of God rest ,upon you and on To The Voters Of r

Has a selected mobile home for each family.


Terms to suit your budget with a modest down M Hamilton County'.a J


payment!. (IN FACT). You may 'name your own ,

? l' I would like to take.this opportunity to thank each of those who
Down Payment! LN supported me in this campaign and worked' so hard for our success.

,,. MOORS MOISTIKSRtGISTER Additional effort is needed at this time to attain the goal we are
FOIlM1 striving for.Ereveral.
AND ACCESSORIES
We, service what, we sell at: I days ago I had the opportunity of speaking with some of
s the people in the Florida Development Commission and I know you d

be interested as I was in their comments on the continuing number: of

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES INC. I people who are moving to Florida to retire.

Over 200,000 peop'is! a year move to Florida and a great per"centa'ge

.t of these people are of retirement? age. The Development Commission 'i

YOUR MOBILE HOME\ SHOPPING CENTER reported that although it was expected! that this migration into i

Florida would level off after reaching,its peak it has not oc urried.
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Phone ,752-0791 The number of people moving into Florida continues to increase.
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41 NORTH LAKE CnYjFLORIDA .........-......... They did tell me one very interest \
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AIR I ._ ... ,... would pass 'pn:to.the people of the Sev J
CONDITIONED MOBILE
HOMES ON DISPLAY -.M Ms.mrr
enteenth District.. A of
large number Ii.
I w.w r w.red aw.m.rTHE ( :

\ 7 .q <,?. people l .who''atittef retirement age;have .
.', .. .. JASPER.NF. nots moVedJhere t for; 'several reason*. "
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Somevof 1]would like to move to
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retirees.
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: :{":''' I in are the downstate retirement' areas.
wijl visit you soon ; .
... ,.. They want to: move to communitiesthat
", .1:' ,1 have mild winters, but one that

; and 9,. I also has-a change of seasons.:
Jasper Vicinity
: No huge program is planned that
'" would have us become a retiree community. But some of those

,. ,f. people would definitely enjoy living here, and we in turn would be

Welcome him. helped by the money they would bring into our communities Over

) r j ,; the past ten years we have lost several thousand people who have

:. : liis -policies tJL. moved out of the Seventeenth District. This means that, you and I
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pay' a larger share in the operation of, our local governments.We .

' 'f'ir GUARANTEED RENEWABLE have a climate that is ideally suited for those who don't

want to live in semitropical areas. Our winters are mild'and that
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.. FOR LIfE would be a good selling point.

'0 I 'look.forward to working with the realtors in this district to increase

\ ran aggressive advertising program 'to interest some of these
Ask him question-take as much tine
any I .'200,000 people.a ,year who 'are moving to Florida in what the Su-
as like. After the of"potcction'that
.:yon: diseasing type l; wannee. River area has to offer.
you realty rant; lie'vriU ',' .
explain just bow the,GlobeHosp Plan I want to :state again that although I have a number of things

can be, fitted to parti uIat.lleCd-Md. "' that I think are needed now for this district I by no means am
at cost within your t ,* ", trying'to give you the idea that ,if you elect Cecil\ A. Kennedy, that
a your means. ; our problems will be over and that Cecil A. Kennedy'promises you

The Globe life man who calls at your f ". the world and everything in it. But I do say that for too long we

home has been carefully selected ,and ....... r. have been sitting idle and if this area is going to grow and prosper,

trained. He Is folly] licensed layout state 11 :we are going to have to get a move.on.. I', .

-and'fit, '.Hs policies are approved" by l I don't mean to tell' you thatI I have a cure-all for all of our

your'state insurance\ ,department.Bis '. problems. But I do promise that I I'WiR vigorously attack our problems. .
d I I do pledge to give my full time 7o being State Senate
., purpose la calling Is to show yea a t. your
wmdWolworU&fprctecticinfotyoaandyour t "" or I pledge that Twill I be as, close to.|you and. your problems as

your telephone, or your mailman. $ ,ft.I .
that Is
faaHy-jprctetfon wig
.. ,. for Bpn&eds of tbonssndj of. fad I am JOl' y-eigbt years old. All my life I have been actively

across the mHon-jpcotecUoa by one'oC I engaged business, with the exception'? ,the time that I was

.. .. .mda'.pt: insurance a&.F i&(And training pilots during World War II.*- This .country has, given me
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i so much that I am truly grateful for. I feel that with your' con4tinuing

', gJf GJcte.Acddentanc1Hea1th pol&3drto help I can Contribute a great deal to. the Seventeenth District.If ..
,_ Co. 1 guaranteed renewable.., .for lift. A ..s ... IC .::J1 .I
lam elected I have pledged to divide Q1Y'aaJary between'he'
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: thank so many of you who are wdrtlng'for! the things yro '
:: GLOBE LIFE, '. :: ',,.' all believe must be done for our district. ,I hope that,every, ono>

: AND I r, of has the opportunity to speak with several 1 of.flour friends. Urge:; v
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:. XCCIDEIT INSURAL rl' 1' t. .,1...them' to vote for Cecil A. Kennedy on}May: 26., it ri *... ,', I
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r //PAGE SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday, May 15, 1964-


", :'a : Mr. Wesely McDonald of Jennings Mrs. George Young Sr; Hollan dViews Victory rich by carrying 'ere'ry; one of* 1 al government. our dally lives .. against tha >

BURNHAM. NEWS has been confined to Pine- I the' states 67 counties It was "This voice. is not antiNegroor apparent belief that an armyof

I view General"Hospital for the past !Mr. and Mrs. Rayce Martin and As Support of. the.greatest sweepefjhij! political anti any other group It, is bujybodies can solve our.

I ,..-:;: By- LOIS ZIPPEREB' I several day*}Mr. McDonald: Is suf- children of Tallahassee'ipent Sunday I Constitution'Senator.8pessardljfollaad- carter. ,%- *: for the American, concept of nvott eomvucated'pr bJema.** '. I..,

The work- } has .v finally''iit- succeeded J fejjna'fcpn he>,\Mack: and we with their parents and brother ..... ,-' Following; 'Js.tn7\ext7p qt Sena.UrttHolIand's 1 freedom, for ..U AmeyjeaqIt. "I ''promise my best and con. '
N In ,,1MtInI'pea on a wartime hope: tie will soon be well and Mr. and Mrs: Bryant Deaa and Mr q }taWWent of').lay is for'' working ,
Dams r home UgaJnvt. : and Mrs. Albert Deas. : declared that; kH 11.oundtnitI! "...b.;.tfjerrj tanrlCeinl'' ;'deSIa ." .: : otut fbt: prsturraatst1 : !- onl.! moderate approach. '
k ,*t '. . v .4.' t : V': '. victory In the M Democratic pri-f "..:.. ".I"tS" ) ,Ane, # ,, ), tr l.I: 1t. lytyb5lnaa'pfcket4ng { ; ".'goovv i+Anent.. ... r-all../ raerioan3. :".. ':.
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l MaW Mrs/ Ralph''L, >!Farris :.1dr-.aM.; !tisaand and Strt. Joseph' lierrlng> and miry Way:'p\vma a'9eud.n4'se1ea1 1 < ', "The yoke..that sounde luud ::-'! ani-i) Insult* ta' "pur'leader : "'Jf :

li a and children of Atlanta,. Ga. spent lift 14ra.ew4e] r.*and little sch'' Billy of Tube visited'their !5..-TO lee'*" for awdrate.eonstitlrtonajovlrnmtnt .,. t' 'and:clear at'pit ''polV'to'T'ov'' !!'''j- *. .i. -m 7 ?! :.ioA''DV.eJtiT s"ljefjI :
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,the weekend of May 3,'with'their dM&titer'all of t mother and sister,;Mrs. Ruby Rattans the weekend with their mother and and Mr. Bryant' Herring 'Senator"ollaM' establishednew I great majority :.bf.cititens'Vtio; gainst is the further encroach, .1 I, vtI

and Mr. and Mrs.'J.; D. Lassi- brother Mrs. Maryaiathi and Mr. Day.. ." .*' 'political. history In Flo I want moderate:ap'constitution.; r:. ment of Federal, agents I' into THE JASPER NEWS

ter. Mr. and Mrs.Yarns and children and Mrs. .Joe Corbett Mathis. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver-had! n ,,__ .__.
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came to help celebrate their ; t. some of their children at home

pia.. ,. i .mother's birthday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Edward Leutner with them over the weekend. They
( children*oC Macon, Ga. spent Do-
and were; Mtv and Mrs. Perkln
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Mr.' and- Mrs. Dewitt Green ,oflakeland Sad: ;Anight; and Sunday with IIIN: and children of' PensacolaJ; .

t I Florida were visting rel their'pareirtr'Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Helen Brand and children
n ativea in Hamilton over the week- Sullivan.Mr.andltrivJlenry. -- and Mrs Leon Starling and chi)

Lfi .4 ,'end.j e dren of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs'

I and Kenneth Shiver and children of
j, I'.q.: / :: .Willis
Miss Marie Williams of Jacbcnvine dauchVflOVe tBradeDto .'TJa. Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. George

spent the weekend with her and Mrs. Peed Ed/vard and daugh Hudson and children. of. Lake City.

parents Mr. arid 'f lira, Winston ter.Hazey<***i visited relatives, .e.
tJ7r3 a- and children
Wffliarns.X Mr. Harold Deas
y in.H ermol1i I IMJ'
ipent Sunday with their mother

.Mr and Mrs. S. D.. Redding andchildren .and Mnua'i Young and, grandmother Mrs Joe Deas and
litteL of Alabama, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Deas.
were up fronv GaJnetvflle !&hqp .
spending the weekend with,.their and Mr.:James Young of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zipperer Jr.
parents and grandparents Mr.''and spentMiwc0rend with their parents -;;: of Jacksonville visited relatives in
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Mr*. Gordon Alderman. : aM grandparents Mr. Hamilton and Madison counties over -
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h u __ .:.., !,Ui the Weekend.
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I We had several vision with 4is
? for' the morning service on Mothers -
GAGS I a4 G# .
GAS w. Day at Burnham Church. ''
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L._.._ They were: Mr? and.Mrs. Royce
.Martin and children of Tallahassee
HOW CO YOU TD SiY ,/Wq'Ric BgST iNOW Mrs. S. D: Redding and children "
6WtLL N >ICWN Foat>'trilRDWNeR
MAXEAPEACH A ,
AND Md19Y 13 AT of Gainesville; ''Mr. and.Mrs....Ed I{ A to( ie
ward Lgutner" and children' of Ma
CORPUU?T
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TMyJB'TCWNI Clt.uttrirt Q con G t. Mr. and Mrs: oeeph' Her
+ ring:and:son fov ulee Mrs. Lean

Starling rand children and Miss
Marie Williams of Jacksonville and'''

Mrs.;HaroU teas''and, children, of

.t..lennings.' .. .. ,_;.'" ":. e "'. .- .

7r Mr. and Mrs. Lon Shadrick and
Children of Plnetto and Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Alderman and children

7 of Jennings had dUtner Sun-
'$ day with their parents and grandparents
r III Mr.'aDd :Mrs Ralph Cunxlngham. -

:; Low Price $6.95'NtGHT PHONE . .
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'.! PER 'CYLINDER .f* J; f...eadc n *A W001. ': Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters of tJV- V

...-i:,, :SASH ON "i DELIVLRYHOLLOWAY'S,; MI with Jacksonville,.their mother spent Mother's Mrs Minnie bay '1' .
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< Waters. Proven Experience Exacting Workmanship,,. Finest Materials,
eMr. .
: and Mrs. Cleveland Selph ... K.j!: Famous Frame Styl appeal to people who appreciate quality' ;

and children visited Mrs. Selph' Over 1OO.OOO their ye'at Pearle. Join them! '
parents Mr. and Mrs.. myweU] save: on glasses
Kelley in Live Oak Sunday -afternoon. .of
I Glasses u low u 11150.including finest leases and famous frames.CouUcl nu..DM price:175.Budget.terms.

6 I IIi .r '.,. \.7 t In VALDOST Af J12} N. Patterson Sit)A.BinY'lUl, Broad (Next to Belk'i)


.w .LOw. INTEREST PI- \HI J OPTIC \l S l fl. SAVon .. '
.'_ ; T lll. L.. ( 'I ( to '/011 r t Aa.sc.s

I "" LONG TERM, : __, __i-___
\ NOTICE OEXAX AIFgf: .: .
-3 'r' i _. -.. ... t -t., =- LOANS'' ; ---a
\i.: i Notice, is, hereby given that on the Stb 1 i J ,}$1? 1'tthour of ALqr :

'' .. twelve o'cJoclclOO", at the'courthou, S $f n on- State ;: :the r "
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v / ,/of Florida,, tax sale certificates will .7caoni>escrfDedseC'pppositi FEDERAL LANDBANK iv2U !

I land''to pay the,amount due for 1963 t: .th, same.Am.. Live Oak'l' ..352-1525 /

together with all costs of such sale 4' .

,':" ..,.. '. Federal, Land..BankASSOCIATION .i ares. ,.'a 'e tilt 4i w a f J
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i Alice '' o'm : oa C S
DESCRIPTION 8. T. !'r I ; ,

I' A acre more or I... .;. t1/ ? LIVE| OAK
described Ira 0. R, Book 4 '
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al gags 42. .-,_,-..,.:,. -.! IN T14E' 4i nmrrir St.pb.D ,' 311 1 1 SouthjOhio Avenue ,
Wife ... .... $3.73Rtlq' ." 1---- V
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: Sub _it 'IN.11E'IiN. '' I! IV1fbIMt3elnn. Browa'* ,, $04,30
.7 acre. In EH of BWfc "4'11"' "',,,,,,,,,,.,,,, .,' '" N? i' surfaces 'aFd I
Paint ovwvcnalky
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t described In D. B.' It
i pare 6tl __. ___ It IN um is Abraham Shank. 111,71I a 14ou
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t ; 1324 .pare 111 __....., J.. ;IN liE U Will Cole _._ $111,01BEo S9
B :'ten NnJ/!: U IN liE 6. Rain Kobimoe kWll. 'II'Twe Vi

......_, .-.. ..._ .$14.13 4d Qd
1 acre I.NE Corner of tU4f ; <
8% of NW'4 of 8E'4 10 IN liE Eo Perry a
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8B'of Nei ot the NW1,4.of ,
q t. aai 4 as decrtb d IA '. aLB td j \\1. l ve years ago .one-
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9 okD : +f '.J "" ,' 'i.'!'t..) ,"' fourth' of the population were'
it: 1 .' 1; +,j b.f Ii l' .lle 'Jd.e _10." \\iCOL
Iff J hot, 10\ 4 a l: t -4r1 .Znw fl'J' t; 1 'Woo4fO...,. >.Yat.rs'a:. rural'dwellers. The 1960 census
ot w ',. t, '{ '''''.: '' 'h <'f '... ';'-- 0400 shows that less than 10 per cent _

1 d 8E .<<>t..8\y'4 o.t 8yPi '/ ;ix: }tE:ff. d .-yvoo0roWat.n: : : : of today's citizens are farmers
t4 ai ;4: wU. -...,,;--- '11.40 .The-dialingest people in _
a% 4lo SIAl 8E'4 or of"8W 1( 11 IN UE .0 Ottb Oun.br: 111.1. the U. S. are in Beverly Ilffls.
'NIAI of 81A1 ot 8E4.t aa That city has 92 phones per: 100
\ ;' )/' 8Ei< ot SW'4 11 IN UE .0 U. D, Graham ...-,13,11 people.) The Capital is next with '
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r NWii of eEii .i .Pti' % z .83 aM, .San Francisco comes for longar-lasting 'f
aorei on 23 side A .. E ENING SKY SUR6
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except t acre on w ( .., ... r: next with 71 .If the present ,
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V r IV h for school.A BWU of Mp '" t, .1 rate of, Increase continue the atez -
p ) BBH Me and except except.I acre 1% kcre.' i} It.$ \{i .(' ,s." \. .. world population! will double to beauty o.

ODE TV-, .,..,-.-- 4 IN UE II IAI 'It W. DN. a. Wife close'to Stt billion by thi end
r .a i.r.rD&r4. : v. Kabl --:111.1. of the century. And you think
t' NWIi of NBH _-_, EN. "IE, .. ., B. W.. Dc.. a. parking is bad
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l :)VIt,;..ugptJdY.KahI,010,30 now '
BWU of 8WK ne.pt'l We don't have 5U billion cos $4. O$7.9Sgd
aero In 8B corner ..-. 10 IN llE 10 n. B. Wright US." SUN.PROOf
tomes but
Wtt of NWU of NWU IICBU IN 111:1: ., Mi 1 J. $11.. Wright Heir. ,_ 1.11 we're working on
of NW 4 alt '. 'M' KU '" It. Tbat'a why parking Is still :
acres on N side ,
easy at JASPER LAUNDfiY! ACLEANCBS.
r ) of :Nm% of 8WU M. 33N,4 1jp $f6\ hD11ll1.. MorrU A. xnt r ; ,
lDailll .. Eeverythlng-
A.Rgam< : l .77U ;

'' ': N of NE' ITof IN llE L..01. J 'ttfcht _. .;... lUt to, easy, too., It'. easy to dos
It eke NTVH At.Ti; 17 IN IUD lJ 10',IIIaa e home JI.I--,. $10,313Josh family washing and cleans In America's' Finest House PaintBeautifies

. ascar Raam'.. II.U minute .', U'. easy to operateour u. ,t i4JA .
Lob I A 4 IN 11m
f WV of Qa. Frac't'110' 113, ,. .( 1cR C jq I. tY .. new modern equipment \'
Oric. 11th.DI.to of XxmdnesCo. and N'a easy 'on your. pane to

1 .. *. .crlbedl.D.ai.Dag, .1 I Ia +' "1'11' I 1+ I 1"t ft get. the finest cleaning and lawn : \

'.. tl A U acree for church; -IN JIB'" 14 foeb" Oicar Ra'.m...;-.. $3.137.otlocBlka7a.e.aF d>,;rvtc4 callable at Jasper ) .

: Su-r.-..,..._.....1 IN- ita 'U tor: : "V+uis ..$3,73r Laundry *,pleaner A trial will'coavinca'yoa i ; I
Lot 1st Blk. to* O. B. one warning,
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Friday, May IS, 1964 THE JASPER NEWS. j'ASPER:'; FLORIDA PACE SEVEN


Ant to'ti"tr* sunjr, Mrs. LoisCurry. Mrs. W. S. Mltciiell. W.-bdMri.: 'sat, for eome flowers-- to be'placed or '

e"rW 'i .,"Green'to the pleasing back Harry Long and children froni; Ocala the' grave of Lucien Frink out ai il.il.J{ ,";!,... JIemorieIr1J 3f4 Jasper! Jlctos
8 ground of the earth which enhancesall Mr. Tommy Brooks of Chleflarx Evergreen and asking that a card:! ,

YObPs (}, nature as the green currency Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wetherington, I "ruche:. 14 (: Published Every FridayS
.. which you will handle will make Randi and Jeffery of Ovieda. Mr Ifltn'! ukeiot.ltwail! !: ''.11 1:! spitaf /Yews
a ',A'\ more successful the colorful club and Mrs.Donald Lee and three children Fr'nk: a irVntlf 11'1> 4isr."r even ; .
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Claw Postage Paid at jasper Florida
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<: projects. 'of White Springs; Mrs. Ltvva fore I had tooth tro4blr Bit '' ,

(Continued From Mrs.Curry responded with"I do" na ReI man and)two crlldrer from eoro n a f",-?W8V Mace reir.emtcrcd Advance
Fags 2)) Subscriptions Strictly in
and placed the green Ivy in the California Miss Betty Lou Smith Is a beautiful tribute to !

woven hat and poised,)ln the backa designated yale. Sonya FVJmer, and Mrs. Rose BeU frlendshio or kinship, whichever k 13.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
sky-high ornament U'of palm The recording secretary's work of Jacksonville. and :Mr. and Mrs. it might be '
leaves. She 'was Rusty'Fennell' of Gainesville, and 0" p.Tlahetes
Judged the smart was likened to the, keeper of the -
Cards of
est. the Thanks .. $1.00 Minimum
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Hutchinson was 9'h leading 0 o.
golden deeds of the club, the action PATIENTS DC HOSPITAL
Mrs Frances I Dunaway made and progress which will,be made. from Lake City. cause of death I 1963. It accounted
pictures. The,breakfast was called Symbolic orange and gold lilies A happy Mothers Day out at Mrs.A. for 887 deaths In Florida. Diatom I MAY It. 1164Mrs. Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
and grace waa said. The. guests were placed In the vase by the new J. Walker's. There.were-three Is never'cured.' but with It under Maereld Adldcs
were seated at the T-shaped table secretary, Mrs" Thelma Flak. sisters and one brother, three childtn control the dlabetM, 'can enjoy along Mrs. Emma Hart Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
after serving, from the laden buffet Mrs. Clinton Mitchell vice president and their families four of Mrs and satisfying? life." Colored Patients:

of dainty and delicious foods The held red acd blue flowers-. Ben CaldweQ's children with their Florida Health Notes for May con I oZro Williams .
officers and guests were seated,at I Ithe' red for the courage and strength families and her pasta Elder Johnny earns Itself with Diabetics. Eagle Curry .
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head. which will be needed. The blue Touchton of VaWosta making a Wallace Anthony
The president for the total of forty. 1500 F.S.U. students understand John Bristol
past two we
for loyalty and J
typifies the constant
'JCfJf: :Mo4 la-.arrn*te.t"* aid falne'.p *tidenc** "w''' *, .rz-A JpI.I1 lnet4Wft'fthe are 'ere d-.at.'tfleNew ,,Ruby Lee Pet1rIaa...,.............. '
brief summary ot the civic work The incoming president. phone how bap%' the day was for York Fair with thi Brass Rail In- FcrOffice W Home Use
of dub Mrg. alL left 19 DiSCHARGEDs'Mrs.
the the past year. She Introduced dustries. They April after
Whine Drury held a purple flower . ,
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Mitchell
Joyce
Mra Esther Home, past the end of the trimester. Two Jasper
"the color of royalty and known
president of RF.W.C.,who installed ,Mrs. Wes Roberson, who Is a surgery girls are thew&Miss Janaece Albert Jones
down thru the You will lead '. COUNTER BOOKS
the ages. in Riverside Hospital, Miss Nancy Ehlert
new officers in an impressive patient Griner and Miss Mary Ann Courtoy
with dignity and wisdom of '
a queen is she Isom Lee
is
ceremony. Jax. Improving. It hoped 5'
and will keep the ideal of true TIME BOOKS
Mrs. Home assured' members it achievement and honorable service can return home next week. Her METHODIST SUB IISTRtCT Mrs. Lorin Raines \
friends miss her. She is especially The Annual Banquet of the "Guld Jimmy Taylor +;"" ..
was a privilege to be a member of always) before you. You will hold BRIEF COVERS
this great organization-thousands) the vision cf club aboveall missed at church where she Js'a InK Star" Sub-District: of the Methodist Akridge Hudson "
progress ,
in Florida, and in aQ the U.S., 11 personal feeling:* regular attendant ... Youth Fellowship was held In Rufus Johnson (coL) .. CARBON PAPER :
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Jasper Methodist.Church May 11 Billy Williams (Icol.JJessie
million.
Mrs! Home Dr. Vivien Patterson of Chester, ?! "
then turned to 'the S
with about 180 young folks in at Candy (col.) STAMP
She used a flower symbolism in I PADS AND INK
club members and asked for their South Carolina was In Jasper Mon Tobe Butler (col)
the I tendance. Miss Linda Fennell the
installation quote "Aclub Is pledge of loyalty and co-operation. I day night and Tuesday morning.He ,
I cot
Jasper MYF president the Angela McCoy (
like a garden which will glow with gave PAPER CUPSSCRATCH
i --Aid so closed and began another was actually on his way to a Ga. \ .
welcome address; Mrs Clyde Payne -
beauty U flower of service are Knights Templar meeting for Tuesday
year of Club activities of 'about
planted and led some group singing Just before PADS'i
cultivated but which 59 years. night and Wednesday. .
twin wither and turn brown and use- The retiring officers of JasperWoman's He is a Jasper boy and took this a delicious barbecued chicken supper
I served, byIn* Japer WSCS.
if INDEX
ess neglected. CARDSMIMEOGRAPH
dub areuPresident.. Lois opportunity to reconnoiter mostlyin "
Speaker of the evening was Rev.Paired .
Having previously given the off I. Jessie places and faces 'o(
Vice
Curry: pres.: May" Vick memory
jers a flower to be placed in a vase. cry; Secretary. Edna Barker. long ago. lie had a visit with Marion Willis. the conference )'OUthdlrectcr. !;f4: ,' PAPER
A very' successful and i iJ"'W
Horne continued and spoke . Worleyj'! Monday evening as he I
Impressive meeting,held right heroIn Arrivals' (white or colon) .. \
A HAPPY REUNIONA strolled down past the Methodist Jasper.. ... ,'
family reunion was held at the Church and saw all that crowd 5. I '"
e're Sorry, We.Forl'otl! home of Mrs. T. T Law May" 10 (the District Young Peoples Meet) With a birthday card came a TYPING PAPERSTATIONERY
T. R. (Bob) Miller moraine he aroundto Mr. and Mrs Qenwood Bennettof
brought his Mother's Day, with six of her eight Tuesday came batch of this friend likes.
ank You advertisement (see be- children present. Sixteen grandchildren my house., He was here two poems :Jasper are proudly anounctng .
v) in plenty of time for last twenty-five" great grandchildren years ago on a similar Knights Glory 1 AIMS don't TO want RESTIn no crown born May 7, In Plneview General ((100 theeU SOc) .
ka paper' but somehow it got and one great great grandchild Templar convention. Back In S. Hospital The little lady" weighed
I aims to rest.
: and was omitted However we and twenty-four other relatives Carolina he Is the Grand Generalissimo 6 Ibs. 9ft ozs.and has been given
Knted It this week and he still and friends. of the Grand Commandery No I flopping aims to wings rest no. trailing gown the name Cynthia" Danna. She will -- |IN STOCK AT -

eam It, Im lW'e-Ed. note Attending. from out of town were I 'Knights Templar. Nor does I aim to pick a 'chune" be called 1ndY"
Dr. Patterson married Miss Ber- -
On golden harp;:nor yet to croon
nardIne Tracy of Kentucky. They Mr and Mrs. Don Hart are par. The News
With angels, morning, night and Jasper
[TO MY MANY FRIENDS have a daughter and two grandchildren noon.I cuts of a daughter, Donna Sheree
: and some very lovely picturesof aims to rest. hart born In Hamflton Memorial
them. The Pattersons were a Hospital on May 13. +
Please accept my humble thanks for your large family and the burying Along I them streets that's paved
n ground Is out at Evergreen. The with gold.I .
[vote and support which you gave me on May 5. Patterson were a staunch Methodist alma to rest. tered the formal front hallway table
family except one brother, Scott And whether it is hot or cold, Antique table figurante's with Victorian
feel especially grateful to those ,who worked so Patterson who went over to the I alma to rest. I arrangements of mums, [lads
Baptist and became missionary of While others may be twanging loud roses stock and carnations in JUNIOR
irelessly in my behalf, and I promise to give to much Influence in Nigeria. His I'll be there too, and Just as proud, shades of rose and gold were used
wife was lone Geiger, daughter of A-floatlng on a downy cloud. in the drawing room and on the
he people of Hamilton County the very best service a Baptist preacher so you see I alma to seat % mantle was an overlay arrange
how involved we are. I Mayhew Fitzpatrick ment of white stock and double ""
that I can, as your,Clerk of the Circuit Court. -Anyway, seeing Dr. Patterson a .5. white hydrangea flanked by two How many times must we

surgeon of Chester, S. C., was a Nancy ,Ehlert came: home Wednesday Victorian vases of bridal bamboo'
5; Gratefully yours, real pleasure. from the Hamilton hospital and dock. s, tell you that you find any t
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after several days stay because d The dinning table was covered ;1 e' want
.. thing in our store>
you
Jr 'R. BOB MILLER SOMEONE REMEMBERED 4flees
( ) a back strain with"an all silk imported heavily
The Myrtle White Flower'' Shop embossed cloth of pastel gold over
Come In and for
I had an order from Norfolk Virgin-I It .la said by Dw vulgar' the same shade of satin and centered t l soon see. j

.and thouarht n to- be tfi.' with an ok Eagle design silver yourself. f i"Yers'es
That Jaybirds to Hade on Friday bowl with epergnette I of garden
'do.1 go.But flowers In shades of rose and gold: '
/ it Is quite likely they make silver candelabra held rose tapers. .11

Thank You. aUmJted, sktyAnd Decoration in tM library and family r
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." : depart' for the earth on( rim\ were. leis formal with f
f, f the following day": roses and hydrangeas pr'edlrmknatleg. *
of Edgecomb Co., N.C. Hlckmah
History Miss Garnet set at u Gastobaf
My Friends of Hamilton County: .,t 5 the guest register. .....b4gR tIe asR;.,
BIRD STUDY .
tarrree .kited.....
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: Mrs. Raymond Camp Jr. greetedthe Y gas
lie Is an ornithologist,
Even though we lost in the election, I want : A bird,watcher.cum laude. guests and Mrs. W, M. Jernlganof GASFIREDTobacco
Uve Oak Introduced them to
watches kind of bird
all of you to know I deeply appreciate your support I: lie With plumage every plain or gaudy. those receiving Mrs. Horace Lewis, Curing Systems
mother,
He watches move they make, kOsi L.ynClrd", her
I every
and vote.: To each of you J shall always be : Each forage flight'and sally, Mrs. Tay Oath), and the bridegroom
.. life elect's mother, Mrs. Nolan
As if it were M very ,
grateful This torn cat In our" alley. Wilkes Assisting in the dining URE AS
-Thelma Ireland. room was Mrs. John C. Camp Jr.,
.. I Mrs. Everett Browne, Mrs. Jim !
I wish to",thank all of you, the people, of Ha- LOVELY MORNING,PARTY FOR i I Biddle and Mrs. Lawrence B. Tyre. "

MISS LYNDA CLARDY Mrs. Graham Black was hostess
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milton County.for allowing me to serve as a member Parties at the Raymond Camp Jr. in the library and conducted guests

home are looked forward to. The i to the other rooms of the home
of your School board for the past several home in Jasper's Lakeside, reflects : A gift to the bride-elect from the.

': a Williarmburg atmosphere with Its hostesses wasp alerting silver vegetable
years. May God, our Heavenly Father, guide serpentine fence; Seolonial monument : spoon in her chosen pattern. .

and keep 'us' all. effect with its statuettes of I I A."tJ.. D.. .. w .$- .J.- ---- __ --- --- -PI-
the four seasons, fall winter, spring
t and summer along with the plantingof
Sincerely, box-wood so typical If the south. Many Many' ThanksFrom
At this home on last Tuesday ,
morning Mrs. Raymond Camp, Jr.
ALLEN B. TYREE'III trs. Horace Lewis, Mrs. Marvin
the bottom of heart!
O'Caln and: Mrs. Everette Brownecomplimented my
MMMWMWVWM WWMWWWWWWVMWWWWWW g* __ VWVW WW,* <.A1'J..1V popular Miss Linda .,
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be. "
Jr. at a large party. The party : '
TTh f"A Ides the city guests occasioned about ;1 --fir r..t:;' :' District for the vote
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one hundred out of town guests 't,1fY,1I't. 1q -
People I The entire home.was.open !to the # : of confidence given,me on
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On the front formal porch were S I May 5th.. That expression
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: I' two heirloom standards of Southern

Hamilton County magnolia.the The pool back1 patio porch and colorful overlooking will always be cherished by

garden tables centered which is more with dish Informal gardensof had C. ,Y MmeI} : promise to never be-


I wish to take this means of thanking you African silver Violets.A and satin. glass epergne tra l that confidence.

for your vote, and support in the recent primary. with roses an, stock arrangement and carnations sweethesrt re t. J" '': 's. I want to invite all of you

I am very grateful the opportunity to serve S r. who saw fit for various rea-


our ,county as a member of the school board. JUST ARRIVED! sons to support either of the .:

T-R GREETINGSTeacher other fine men in this race I
While there has been disagreement amongour i
Recognition( t'
during the first primary to
of the issuesof
people on some important Teacher AppreciationCards

I know that work join with me for a victory on May 26th. Your
the
campaign we can toge-
t "To touch the heart of mankind
ther as friends for the best interests of our chil- with words of kindness vote for Houston. Roberts to serve a second

it turely{ a moment of joyous will be fora
term in the Florida State'Senate a vote
and of whole. I will do "
dren, our county as a my living.
t Parent, see them at your continued program of progress for all of the
section of have
very best to see every our county Store
Local
of the 17th District.I
t people .
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matters that
fair and impartial consideration on ,

come before the board. f'. I TIME. FIlm humbly solicit your vote and support for'an

FJRr.tI'IIIES.
opportunity to serve you
Sincerely

CLINTON, L MITCHELL .1 IOU HOUSTON W. ROBERTS


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