The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 29. 1964. ''VOLUME 94., _NUMBER. ..---- 21

,WM.Marvin-O'Cain 1 Kiwanis Club Don Fuqua Reports I Ne\rlnstrument!' START GROWING F-AGRICULTURE' STUDENT'- TESTS. HERBICIDE I _

:New Church.Leader ,Presented Flag From Washington.. Added at Memorial\ }. BEARDS JUNE' l. ,.. v *

."- t"" 'The'Official\ Board of First iletho: ..ar-l .. }' /,.E.IJaluntb +,$.llttiO., heralded pFograrn.thatJ Anpthert.unusual and' Interesting i MTh" Hamilton. Caupty tejIlt ...ol.>, ,
11 t'CburcIi"JaJ: W;; elected TTrri. earnest-trier Honda who Is stale feel will begot |Immense benefit toAnperican'buiiness musical.Instrument will be added to Commerce' reminds the men of the
Marvin. O'caln: as their Qairtnll11'for.the I county to start letting their beards ;,
manager the Woodmen of the is now ,underway thecollectietn,* at the Stephen Foster '
coming Methodist Confer.nce World Imarance Society presentedthe : It.Is the drive initiated by the Memorial, .here Sunday May 31, trow beginning Monday* June, 1. \
year, June 1. May 31st Mr. The Beard Growing Contest' is to 1ItsUSUSj
KIwanfeTOub with a flag at the the President and'Cbngress: to reduce when a hapsicord Is '
presented by
' O'Cain has served in capacities stimulate Interest In the Fun Festival J a \
\ many KlwanlA Club luncheon .last Tues the excessive, paperwork required Mrs, W Roberts of St. Peter
t In First Methodist Church that a I day of businessmen by the government a be1. to be held in August.. The Chamber Mr

'been honored again with this I'ntrloUnn .ht one 'of the items of Commerce: Board of Directors S SUS +.
office., : Small bustaesmen hurt The bAutiful stringed (Instrument will meet Monday night JuneS iua a tMNIa
pursued by the .W. O. W-No better are most forerunner I tP la;
The other elected officers "of 'the t method te nh w patriotism .Is known 1 by ouch excessive record reportingas of the piano was to decide what a permit will cost w '
:Official Boardare: Bftiy A.\Jones., than flying the flag} therefore W. O. they do '''not ).lave the protes specially. builin Ohio by John and the method used to enforce itt I ; ee J
+ ,Vice Chnbtnan' W. atonal SiaUlsUCrjhplay; and use at the
'Mrs. Henry present t\ flag to schools rlvto accounting staff nwoVrf to '
. ..... ,, ,1rea.,'Secfttary: ; .: /* a'rr ft .bat.'eld<'M,""K presentation;-Mr: to the detailed woVkrequirel< byi a Foster MenJprial. the State of Florida Too late to '
'.'.**'The Official' Board.Mill be officially Martin< gave the Interesting history number of. agencies, particularlythe music 'renter, on/ the Suwannee ClassifyBy (
( River"Fi
Sr L. Barnes directorof
: installed mto office:durina the of Oar (tlg' Internal Revenue Senice. In
Morning Worship Service on May As an extra'note Mr, Martin, indicated recent yearsthe amounf of bookkeeping the Memorial said. RUSSELL KAY

31st. v he- desired! a mae la the businessmen have been "')fr.. Roberts, prominent in affairs Along a 500-foot front un Meadow Gerald' Srn\th, Vocational Agriculture broadleaf weeds and grasses for

The Elective Stewards 'are as follows Jasper area to work for Woodmen required to do' has Increased at an of the National at arid the Florida Lake in Flushing Meadow Park, at student |1s shown with a the ,entire season.' It works eRic.*

; Class, of ''1967 Mrs Bland, of the World Life Insurance Sod- lamina rate. I Federation Music Clubs, over the the New York World's Fair the I group of other Vocational Agriculture ently and profitably, reducing or 1/
Gene Dandurand. Robert. Fine, Dr. ety. If anyone Is Interested they are In a statement to the Cabinet, years has. mAde several cherished State of Florida has created a Class members on his 10 acre even eliminating! the need for cultU i

Fred Mlckler, W. W. Pennington, urged to contact Mr\ Martin. ...... President Johnson said that there is gifts to the Foster Memorial," Barnes $3.5 million image of Its.attractionsand I com' productive program. Gerald tivatlon and Increasing crop

Leonard Register Charles 'Tbmpklns. a drastic need to cut out excessive noted fans the May 31 prognmreeltaltwiU advantages for' viewing by a I plans to use Atrazlne 80 W Herbicide )'i 1ds. The Gelgy Chemical Co, t

.,The class of 1966. Wm. Reddin Vacation Bible paperwork and ordered all ExeciK be In her honor" potential 18 million persons during on 6 acres,and, leave'the other sponsored sufficient Atrazlne 80 W t

Bail Sr. BillyA. Jones, Charles H. five Departments and agencies to Participating in the program sen- the two year period of the fair 4 acres' untreated so that a com- Herbicides for the plot. We will try

Jones Mrs. H. G, Marable Leon School Parade re-evaluate the information they uled at 3; pjn.: in the auditorium While the official opening of the parison can be made. This sort of to give you some results On thisdemonstration

Sandlin; Jr:, 'Foster Shepherd Sr. now reqkire from business. The ofthe Forter'Carfllon Tower win bea fair and the Florida exhibit recently demonstration| suppose to end u time goes by

.Henry L. Lee. The Class of 1965. President pointed out that many reports number prominent musical. was marred by poor weather and \
Clyde Howard, Judge John McCormick v There will ,be a vacation Bible could: be eliminated entirely figures. its! racial demonstrations, the situation

Marvin' O' Cain, Charlie School parade this Friday afternoon through modification of agency operations Mrs' Robita will be introducedby has Improved steadily since Y and 'Jour ShOOf. ..
'Rhoden Billy; Brewer Buck Reeves Immediately following the dismissal I and procedures and reappraisal ,Mrs, ,W//; A. Saunders, White then and with the return of good .

Mrs Henry Vkken., of the Jasper schools. TTMS will I of rata needs. These agencies > Springs, secretary of the Stephen weather and the absence of agitators 'jl

The church Trustees areas follows be preparation day for the children are to submit PI'OllTel8''report Foster, Memorial Commission andA a normal flow of visitors now by M L Powell I

: C.II1961 E. L.' Duprce, Sr. attending Vacation Bible School of on June 1 and July 31 and final reports G. PauXV-Jr.>> Lake City also streams through the exhibit dally '

Myron Johnson. C B Harrison. the First Baptist Church of Jasper on December 31. 1961. a Commission member will re- with atendance steadily, increasing I Just afte rthe close 'of the reguar I

The Class of 1966 W. W Brnishaw. The school,win be'heLl 'June 1 A subcommittee of' the" House ceive the"gift from the' St Petersburg term of school our summer pn>-{ Recipes Anyone?

Rentz, Na.rvtrr'M.; Rodgers: The, through'wlth ,the exception of Post Office and Civil Service Committee .woman oft behalf ot. the state Starting with the Chicago World gram will begin on Monday June 8 ,

Class of 1965 Erneatco W. Havener Clyde'Payne. U:. a.m.Ab:. young folks throughthe in Congress with 'hearings A 'past 'pr sident ot the National dominated state displays and att. 31. The state of Florida Is makinga that would like I' .:
you to
The Ex-Offick members are as age of sixteen are k,Ite L .,.. beginning, this months'I will certain Federation f Music Clubs. Mrs. racted record smashing crowdsat : I very sizeable Investment In the others. The 'ladles of the Jasper with ,

foDowsl Commission Chairmen- Iy support this effort to eliminate Ada Holding Miller providence, Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition summer program throughout the of God are making I'Chureh .
a recipe
Judge John McCormick, Christian I Local Farm Youth needless and duplicative paperwork R. I, will ace the history of the the World's Fair in New state We have always gone under I book and we wduld like your favorite ;\ '
Social Concerns! Mrs. W. W. Brad- required businessmen and will harpsichord aril Valerie Wilson York in 1939 and In doing so again the assumption and philosophy' that I recipes.

Shaw ''Education: ; Mrs. H. G. Mar- Receives Honor. offer, suggestions to the Committee.I Wlthcrspoonl Tallahassee, wlllplay at the 1964-63 fair we should seek to
; : t The recelpe be of pickles
able, Evangelism Mrs. John Lewis am particularly; Interested in several numbers on the new Instrument Florida Is no stranger to the pop ''11, get a dollar's '
or relish, beverages, breads, rolls
hearing from businessmen tTextikGroup 1 \ ,
in our ulation of the world's greatest met I worth of benefit
Missions Charles Jones Leonard R. Curtis Wettierington
; pictured Ninth ,' I candies, cakes, Icings deserts, plea .
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Congressional '
District for
re ropolitan nor to the nation everytax doha .
Register Stewards & Finance. OrganizationalPresidents.Mrs. above bas been area
; annotmeed the :
as pastries, puddings, 'jams, jellies, or
larding the vroblems which' they for that lag
matter. Our'previous exhibition spent however
\ Waiter I winner of the 1903 DeKalb AcrIcdi what have <..
have Inthis' y :
W. C. E. W W. ural may regard. Specific< show windows haw nil < without corn
Havener $ AccmnpUshnienJ Award .
; giventaoatstandbuKsfsaJfeJTi .
i We would like
information : much to hear
from the most very
Methodist Men Miss persons played an Important part .In attracting \ nlty'coopera-
Pennington ; In vocational HOn.
directly involved would Students from people the entire 'county,
, be a great visitors and home seekers ton and partlclpa ,
Youth calve
Darlene MoodyMethodlat this award he excelled .In holarsbJp
'Fellowship. Other members by virtue I .4ea4ershlnv' and farm help to,me. ,I can,asure you .hat and acquainting Industry with the |lion In this prom espclally the: ladies In the rural 'J

of their Church Offices: are FOIl gran' sslnt kin .f proacttvttta .nr such Information will be placed In Five Aubfn University textile numerous advantages; this. ,state It' Is hard areas who always prepare such delicious t

meter, : liebie'i*..'aturcWtay-Leader? I se !R! Pda sjudents} or jpauates received, o- offer ,, ':.'7.:",. k_ ,_,_'.' ,._?,. _r t4tJJ _*._ fi foods ti*, for,canning.- Ireetinjr- -**. r"Lit :.. .._ ."t'r' ...
- """r"""'!." 1.ttHter tiner! Troillsrer, woe in} P. 0. warAlp> iworlrdurincthe ...:

iMrWUmer\ ':Sapp, Lay. Member lap, I Plorldkv. 'OartitfJesstincs : ift The investigation AlalRama 'gtr
COfI_ '." r: ,. K;;; I wMIIer- H ..
Annual'Conference; ;,Mrs.:; 'Walter IBs* 6ebe.f"b :JeriMts :. We vex.t".l .MUM) II g
pJantocall:tn. key p'tiderafagendgiwllicli __ M. 'Flel| of Whits- Si>rIngs ent residents :and 'new Industries for stutftme *fene.:In t ct
Member' of and been .
Ha Peter, i(Reserve Lay has aaffsei sad general mont of the Federal FteT Was the'on who received atracted by the exhibit;.will" bring! ant IrfvM* initiated to Bartfefeafa tor prim**; H jrfSttW <** es', ;
,Annual\ Conference: James Li;Dunaway.i Jr. ClaM'TSstomtarlan.;' Jte, .leal i : In 'to enclose with the :
Phi Pal any"JlRalw'ofthe'stammergram yourk name
paper and find out. not If. but how. the freshman Awan LRoys' new business and enterprise to the pro.
: OaInh.s.hool.: Superinten ** the star chapter,farmer of.the and when If can be reduced.. ;' **> Ute, Increasing employment. : and) In which 'they might': be Jn.teretted. recipe, or recipes you mail to us at
dent. Wm. Reddin, Dtil. Secretaryof ;'toning FFA chapter this year. Be : lam, pleased at this two-pronged Ball' itrengthenlng cur economy: I., .. We might also point out P, O. Box 212, Jasper, Florida.
Stewardship. participated ON the Parliament Team i '
attack on this Important mater.I The site occupied: by the Florida this concerning the'lUmll'lior pro Remember, send as. many as you
airy Procedure team for the pwn) 9'ears With both the White ]House Congress \ gram. It is not designed to make like

and Is desirable on
Splits Twin Bill exhibit as as any
also. HI
Darlene Moody, ; of beef* cattle tanning and, pnlKnUncCnsa.tecI corn for I behind this drive,',we should ''I" he',, grounds.' It covers 312 acre.Mar any' work !that.a student may have j I -- ....
/ failed
be able to see substantial ,relief Dunne mo regular term of
Krai*. After high \school, ;Curtis : The Jasper boys' baseball teams one of the main entrances
Brad Vinson New plans given tobwlnessmen; with split doubleheader which ajotns a 3.500-car parkingot. school Such work can only be made Oehlert. To adults did ylu ever
to attend Vikio.t&'fbcatonal paperwork a with the Sheriffs
to excessive reportinfg and Also situated In this lake area up in certain specified and approved play ins band In school or out of
SchOOL Ranch
Boys Live
Curtis k' the DeKalb of Oak..
The ''
Leaders Jlcricoltare I' summer school' school would ) to
Youth certainly would appreciate boys 9 are the amphitheatre, the exhibitof programs thru .or you yllke participate
through lost
Award Winner from Jennings 11 bythe score
hearing from our own people. In this Hawaii and Texas ,and the Con- out the state, State"' accreditation In fend. adult band uring. the
of 9 to 8. and the 12
JJIgh Sctool. and as such Us year old boys
On Sunday, May'24th, Miss Darlene regard. tinental Circus while exciting mon policies do not permit us to grant summer. You might have a lot of
will be with the won by the same score. The follow
Vinson game! engraved TUG NAMED FOR credit for our fun In sucha venture. We 'would
Moody and Brad were APALACH1COLA orail and novel boat rides along theedge summer program or
of the otbf r. wbuesrs.ft a special. honors ing boys played for Jasper Richard tutoring at the Ike .much to such band ;
installed as the President '- of the lake give visitors an high school level. very see a
Methodist Youth Fellowship, Bert plaque Provided: hy the sponsor. ... ..1 wa pleaded to he Informed by Sapp Marable, Chip Stewart, Danny' aerial view or mariner's view of the We do have some lee way on tutorIng during the summer, ,If you can't t
Tommy Cannady. Jimmy'Weaver
torHlgh and Junior High, respect COLLEGE the Navy that it Is naming one ., Ks exotlo' Florida exhibit, while the ,at, the I Elementary'.level. The play.an lnstrument -do you like to
: STUDENTS Bobby FUk Ken Tuten, Tony
ttvely. ,... ASSIST BOYS'RANCH newt "harbor tags: after_the City,efApalachlcoU Tuten. Mike Dunaway Keith magnlficant Florida citrus tower summer program that we will operate sing. We would like to provide at
Vinson. Superintendent '.In dtetricCA cued Young ,arteries Isdesigned'to'psovide, least one evening a week for, com-
Mr. Wm,,Jack, .Youth. North FlorWaaunlof Co'lege'.tuct .our and Rusty Wood. Is visible from. 'main as I : varied
_'. a ,. ;presented 'the new nts' 'recently( cited service her'of new tap are. vndsr eonstnwt Sapp-Biddy well as ,most of the grounds and 'Is enrichment and recreational opport munlty singing., Mr. Oehlert will
officer*'of the MYFto, the-Pastor to were ;, for .Ion and will be named after, elites Sam Mlckler' Billy estimated that this ilngle attraction tunltles for young and old. It Is designed be available for Individual Instructions
the Sheriffs
:For installation.. '._ J .t 'Live Florida Oak, A certificate Boys Ranch signediy bearing Indian names .T f'Navy ha McCall, John Dodge, John Sapp, win be seen by 7000000 to fit In with" 'Itate 'require. I for students or Interested

Each officer, stated what duties :E, Ed Yarbrough, chairman of, not: determsW.where this 'particutar'tsg'wia David' KrUey, Jimmy Andrews, mlllkm person during the two year merits and regulations. adults If you are Interested In the
14M.Copeland Don Reid '
entailed and then assumed. responsihtllty the board? of bu teH. Live Oakwai .;e. stationed..,but HIs played fair l period. The year we will have four people music program please sec or contact
for them*_. "S| resented to NWC.Dean John.-K scheduled $be conyntMloaed I In the:second: game.Emergency I Improved' eransporttrlon Wcll- working with and during the summer I' Mr Oehlert.

The new Senior High Officers aft SapIoar{"behalf of the 'student* .--.{. fwrytceihkfnonth.',. .. 100.,.'futer air schedules, superhighways program. W* really have only Again let us point out that the e
President CareUMcLaueWm; SESSION MOVES FUTER '' rail facilities three with the regular academic program Is not designed]
Vice The presentation was maxfe;t* Ma<$ A C P and expanded summer. program
Secretary; Judy SmaflJ}! Treasurer! son County Sheriff Simmie Moore This session of the 88th Congress make It possible for more pee.pie and a special summer program i for make up work but It designed

Pete Smith; Methodist ,Youth Fund who commended the students lo? is progressing at a much: more rap Funds RequestedEmergency I to visit the 19644 fair than ever of Drlv Education.. We I for both remedial and' acclerated

"Treasurer. Carol McLstugblin. The their,unselfish service. rate than the first session last year. before. ,Travel agents and trans have organized, the, program and I progress. We' might point out that

.Area Chairman\ are: Mnda, :Fenneli; ;rSorneIS r Itudents.wlunt red raaya Committees. :have' been meeting : cost-share: assistance I portation companies offer tours assigned! specific areas of responsibility we have several teaching machinesand +
Faith; Kathleen Daniel Fellowship t worki-to.. they\, .Boys Ranch. both mornings and afternoons: to ,under the Agricultural Conservation to fit ,most,any pocket book to certain staff members whoa programed courses that anyone
.e Citizenship, Jerry Grinert Outreach hese'included Mary ,Newsome of get legislation out of the' respective : Program has been recommended working' with the:summer pro might pursue'according to his own

Rutty buckler; Witness.: .Robert, 1 ennings "*,"]f committees and onto' the House by USDA County Disaster. Com X.RAV HELP NEEDED gram. Mr, Coo wfll i be, in charge of interest and need. We have pro.

Pennington. floor fo rconskferation. mitteen In fiver Florida. counties, careerconditional the recreational program, Mr Be grained courses In Spanish Russian
The new'Junior High officers.are i II With the Republican Conventionthe according to O" P. McArthur, State An examination for thea will have charge of the academic and German, first and second:

Vice President Sam; Micklerj:; Secretary Songs and middle of 7uTy and the Democratic Executive: Director. ASCS I ,appointment U>Atho,position, pTPgnrm**Mr.:Oehelfrt J Mir\ year algebra, shorthand.Arithmetic
Martha Sandlin: Treasurer, Convention following five weeks of Medical Radiology Technician Decimal! \ spelling,
havecharge P6faunmernwai4 and fractions,
, Dance'Planned Assistance was I requested ,by
Becky Lewis. : MY Fund Treasurer At later the !leadership of Congress Santa Rosa, Jefferson Madison, GS-4, at a starting salary announced Jot S4219 by Mr,Brewer ,will ,have charge of the punctuation: electricity,and musk y {
Janet Mikell. ,Thor tlas*, Representatives hopes to have. completed work by Hamilton,, and Suwannee'counties per year Board of Driver' Education Program. We will Mr Bethea will have change of theprojp'amed

are Kay Payne.?th grade;; Foster/Memorial! :, this time. on the basis tremendous damage the Executive Service Secretary.Examiners, Veterans discuss these briefly in reverse learning as well as sash. i

Criner.'9th grade.Notice 'An''Informal"program of folk The first'pace this session has resulted to'farm land resulting-from abnormal U. S. Civil Administration hospital, order. tance in an accelerated: science and

songs and folk:Dances will, be presented hi limiting considerably the rai occuring between April Florida. The Driver Education program Is math protpsmThose: : Interested In
of !Tax:.Sale : by; the ]Miles Elementary nmber of trip that I would like to 24 and May 1. Lake City, sponsored Jointly bythe State Department any'of these areas will please core "

; ;' School chorus. Tampa,on:Saturdey make,beek'to the district to meet The State USDA Disaster Committee Applicants must have a minimum of Education and the .tact Mr. Bethea ,/xmcernlng, schedules .

On .Delinquent: '"May"3d: at the Stephen Foster. with the people..However. hope has approved the requestsand of two years experience to qualify. State Department of Public Safety. and enrollment '

lemoriaL, that, there will be an opportunity recommended to the Secretaryof At least one year of the experience This Ia 'part of the' extra !50c you There,will be quite< 'a ariety of
Taxes "The program, 'scheduled fort p. to get Into every section of our dUt- Agriculture that $138,000 from must have been in operation, Instructing pay for" your drivers license. By recreational activities under the

.. will be held in the outdoor am- riot In the fan otths. year. ACP emel'if.nc. funds be allocatedto or supervising the operation enrolling and completing the, prescribed direction of Mr, Con; You ham It
) In
'Mrs. Linian J3embry, '.Tax Collector pitheatre on the banks of the Su- Most cl the necessary approp the'five counties to assist farmers of medical x-ray The equipment remainingyear amount otwork those high and he will almost ,com4 up with t

for the'dty'of Jasper, reminds wannee River. riation bins have now'cleared the In restoring the land to useful a medical capacity. school students above next year' what you want from little leagues

/propetty'owner.:within ,the Mrs.' 'E. Pierce Hendry Miles, House. As you' will remember, the productivity. Up to IS Inches of of experience' may have beenIn ninth grade pupIls who have hot to dolt We,would like to list some,

City of .Tuper'"whol'lave, 'not, paid music specialist will direct the pro-; House was in session 51 weeks last rainfall during the short period the demonstration, electrical manufacture or, already had Driver Ed. may fake' I(I of things that will available.
\, their taxes by June 1, 1964 will gram for which the 45 participating year. the longest peacetime session caused severe erosion Including'nor'' maintenance of this course during the summer and I if there Is enough interest'tto' warrant -

have property advertised for Tax boys and girls will wear folk nor. In the nation's history. 'J'1Ie'ptndiJIe washing of gullies, silting and leach electronic equipment or related receive % unit high school credit Tennis for young and old, softball

,Sale In the June,5th, edition'of.the tum l. Selections will Include i Civil Rights Bill In the Senate will log work. for the course. Out of school youthor for men and women (Separate l
Jasper News "Down In the Vaflejr?," I Hardly take a large.'part of this ,year Jn The farmers affected suffered Applications will be accepted if adults may receive credit and ly) badminton tacketball. volleyball

Cost: of the advertising win be Think I will", '"Nelly Ely", "Buffalo' I that branch .Congress. and 'we severe economic loss of planted 'postmarked on or before June 5, a certificate for doing the prescribe table tennis, llttl., league and

added to the delinquent taxes. All Jal", Aura Lee", and "Turn, are quite certain that' thin is. goingto I, crops In addition to the actual damage 1964. Further Information and application amount of work in this course. You ,tumbling and golf:If you are inter

who have not paid their City taxes I Cinnamon Ttera", a play party be a long fight to land for which assistance forms may beobtalned from might wish jo enroll for just a portion cited In any of these activities,,
are requested to do so prior to game, along with spirituals and fun t'do hope that Congress will be Is being requested. Their heavy the Executive Secretary, Board of of this program such as correct please get in touch with Mr.:Cbe.,

this advertising, I song able adjourn) in the final.months loss of potential income from crops U S. Civil Service Examiners, Veterans reverse operation and parallel Although we have specific re-
Accompanying the" fingers ,and of this' year to give me the opportunity precludes their bearing all of the Admlnisfratlonirospita( !. Lake parking of an automobile. In any sponsibflitles to specific Individuals

dancers win be Miles sixth graders to get back to the district fo expense of rehabilizatkn of the land City, Florida.as .case if you are Interested In the this does not mean that they may

PIANO RECITAL en guitars and melodlcas.A visit with you and ,discuss, 'with Program assistance was requested.If driver education program see or not help In other areas if time and]

special guest ,with the :group, you (the important..Issues which confront recommendations are app. call Coac.h \JrWlr'and 'he! wi.Htry! opportunity permit. In other word

The pupils ct Miss Marlon Worley I. which; will also,tourr' the ,Memorial our state and nation., roved In Washington, local farmer- needed will be provided by the to set up, a, schedule to suit? your; the entire! summer staff nay assist
wffl be. heard In recital at the Methodist grounds and spread a picnic lunch elected Agricultural Stabilizationand Soil Conservation Service on a reimbursable convenience If possible: wItt\.the, recreational prc&am. We
Educational Building. Tuesday during the day. will'be Mrs. Bettye I I Conservation County Committees basis In line with the We hope to see a decided. Impetus do hope that1,We will haxe excellent

AH Interested Evening. June 2, at 8:M o'clock Taylor,. HnlsborOU h County ReMiuir. = win allocate funds based on eligible agreemene' between the :ASC County and Interest In the summei\ ? rnusie participation, in every. phase of the '

ve cordiallylnvited. .rrqUt' t.. Technical assistance Committees and SO. program under,the direction of Mr. summer program., ,' r '
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;; THE ,JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA. ,- :; r., Friday,. May 22, 1964.
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BARBECUE '1 1 'Jasper' Pick J ing ?jIighSchiews'k = {fin Cbagressional" :Committee 'Judl-
A mid-May; old time. barbecue!, ,enngrs eiw FJoodirii! and t car/pwiftnft| .1IJ ui
was enjoyed a' the:'residence of,, ;
-4 : (
rlitives" ; ewtathnes/ regarding' aufemendment
Jim Black recently.; 'TVelve hour.r" II ; ErosioHDamage to the -
ft slow"emoke;and"'s' homemade'r" +'The Sentoi "L.a.i.r; lot rluCe tIfghSchool '\ !. ftW: .,', ; constitution to.lZI'eIeBible
sauce gave flavortto both'pork and S IT WILL SOON BE OVER? I ,Farms which did not suffer from reading the public schools.
turkey, plus soft music made avery hid 21.rClus.meeUna:'to' 'Well, weD rot long' until it will the recent-downpour are few and :0r.IprOI15.*FFWC went on record ..
May :elect the'Ie 10r
enjoyable evening. follows all be over, al but the shouting no- hard to find. All sloping land which Jobhsb iJ( j' at lit annual convention: In Jacksonville ;
.upezMtIyes.TThey are as ;
Those Joining Jim were Maybe le" Most :intellectualerry'Smith' & reports will reveal the hldden'sac.rats. was under cultivation was damage: i '' sa follows:

and Mallory' Tuten. Annette Joiner, Hazel Knapp. Most Athletic, Diane Right now everyone is really ed by gullies or sheet erosion. I WHEREAS on June 17 1963. the
working, It is exam time. That 1 b I Supreme Court of the United
Jenny L6u and Elbert Hughes and Carter Matt Marable. Best Looking Washes several hundred feet long. States
son Chris,.Joan and Bill Grite and Gail Hunt, Tommy Daniels. Witt- the time it 1st t twenty or thirty feet wide andthreeo ;nd.t HJ- :Iy a..ea.1Mi in an 11'I'I11ng barred the reading
,children) Maureen. Kelly, Jeffery lest: David Bembry Shirley Mills. Work work and work then. when r four feet deep are not uncommon of the Bible and recitation of prayer
and Jeanie/all of Jasper; Irene Most likely to succeed: Bonnie Jo school out. play, play and play. in Public Schools as part of classroom '
and llilward Morgan and son Kevin Instead of "Work for the night "God of our father,,known of old (Loved. and were loved,and now we exercises: ,.andWHEREAS
nes Matt Marable. Best Figure A It was thought that It ccu1dn.thappen I
Is work for Lord of our far flung battle line lie In Flanders fields.
coming" next Jn .
of White Springs: Mary and Joe Physique Jane Kelley. Billy Jack- yearIs here.' It was generally so doing, the Supreme
coming and Beneath whose awful hand we hold Take up our quarrel with the foe Court
Ponder and son Tony, Mallora and son. Friendliest: Harriet Gibson, pass pass pass assumed that we 'made too much Its the
'Bobbie Wlgelsworth and daughter Tommy Seriously we have had an excell Dominion over palm and pine- I To you from failing hands we throw religious .heritage of this Nation, for
; Daniels." Juny GoohbyjJone ent year'together.. No reflectlon'on progress In soil and water conservation Lord God of Hosts be with us yet,''I The torch; be yours to hold !It high the right to practice freely, one's

i:: Bct13oriM6 all.ltound..P.artc1.J3emtu.Y' *.: Best. 1 DrelNd.l4r4ttMarable.1II'd arprrpo ,gxo JbItIfIe,eatunt.ta la! a(: tncludlna conversion ofr4Btt *Lest 'we.forget' -lest.we forget! I tf,ye break faith,with us who diei' religion 'was one of the principal

Diane Clardy, CutestBoy' where we would like to be now 'or td0'pd atufEg'gtnd'kiee'Floor '.2Mrjm: TrJW: r ''THOMAS N. BELL REUNION : and Cal Donnell Register, at the ole swimming) hole: or way t waters poured over uplandsand .ea In :/*wtt5 1
down the Suwannee Rfbif raced cross country where MAY 30 Memorial I Flanders Fields":
upon Day
Relatives and friends of the late Shirley Mills., Most Dependable: II WHEREAS. Amendment I of the
Thomas "N. BeD are requested ID DonneD Register; Judy Goolsby. our next step Is to the baceo field. waters had never been seen before, The muffled drum's sad roll has I .John. .e McRae U. 'S. Constitution states: Cbn
Maybe in late August we will vacation even during the 1948 flood; beat the sokXres' last tattoo! 5' gross shall make law
meet the first Sunday in June, June Time ,Is'coming to a close, but not respecting
7th at the V. F. W. home here in we have' many. memories to treasure at the beach or in the shade About the first to begin repairs beat the soldier last tattoo! When we were little girls, 'impulaive :,an establishment of religion or pro
Jasper.. A picnic lunch will be served j of the old pear tree, (Instead of the Is Thomas Bridges lie started by No more on life's parade shall meet j''I and filled with ideals of pa- | Whiting the free exercise there of

at 12:30 p.nuVBTT ,I 'Reporter, Harriet Gibson apple tree). -- *v 'I I3BTA emp'oyine! the Conrad dczer to push Ihc' ,bare, and fallen few triotism and whatever else it was and no local: and i state. School board

___ ,_ ___ __ n_ ._-;... CLUB ELECTS OmCKR3' : washed out topsoil back't Into a On fame" eternal camping ground that made little girls tick-Birdie compels.any student to attend exer

,-, ". The Beta Club has had a very gully., It Is ,planned,t;.use dump Their silent tents are spread. Smith: ( Mr*. Gene Barnett and V else: : where Bible reading: or de
fine year. They have tried to helpat maybe we were ten -maybe: eleven citation
trucks to fill another gully which And glory guards with solemn' prayer take place and
: school all that they could.'They .is ricked the red litlles' from 'ourmowers Is on a stricly,,
Letters :to : narrow,and .not teo'deep but round: s > I voluntary basis?it
or. have 10 seniors who are graduating. 1'hger, (I1A, Of rat I'' 'u. 'The bivouac of the dead x x x : yards 'and decorated'trlk-I eemai ,this ruling.Is 1 ar violation of
,The new officers for 1964-65 arc: Theodore.O'l1&ft so'dier: graves at : he second part of,this
To fill long and wide washes machinery sendee fpr
President Charles Deal Vlce-Pres. : I In the'early. days1 of the garden It puts the Federal Government
} the Neil Lewsome, Secretary, Martha as scraper or'pans "The heart that once thru-..Tara'' dub there 'wa* observance of I right into the business of regulation!
: :t ::1L t nviafje:\; .Treasurer-Barbara Me: will be needed especially If It requires hall Decoration Day Decoration day I religion, andWHEREAS

\ Cullc.' ;, Reporter Elaine Smith. Par a long haul. An attempt .Is The soul of music spread 'was April 26-a, southern decora Many\ Conglessmen
i al't .1 liartietarian, Jeff Burnette. The Spo being' made by the ASCS Committee Now hangs as mute as Tara' wails' tion day till observed by Daughter. Immediately submitted bills clearly -
-, neon are Miss Barbara Pearmanand to:provide ,some degree of cost As if the soul were: fled, .::1.w .c f the .Confederacy,; spelling out'the will of Congress re-.
1 was horned In Hamilton County keep it a* it I Is. ,. Mr. W. Carroll McElroy. hare for the damages. Mr. Payne So sleeps the pride of former.',da'S At one celebration the American girding this edict of the Supreme

t, and lived most of my life here and Since Graham Black, the only PICNIC TIME was in Washington a few day So glory thrill is o"er, : : (land''Confederate flew,SidEl by side Court, a committee was formed -,

.' I never thought I would tee the day real chance to build better, bigger The classes have had a roundof < this week and had'an opportunity to And hearts, that once beat hlah for from the arch at the main entrance and *n amendment. to the U. S. Constitution
r I would be ashamed of the fact; : county and Improve our communities -. socials this past week. discus this with:rarldng officials praiseNow to Evergreen: 'was drafted called H. J.

'Mow, I am not ashamed of my I'' 'riipped I through our fingers The fourth, fifth and sixth grades of th -U. S. D. ,4.One feel that purse no more x x I We who led the observance those! Res' 693 .or the "Becker ,Amendment -

OJunty'only the narow minded peo. when we let money., .jealousy, motored to Tallahassee to see the i thought follow another: The Moore5.P i days are older row and pur pace which reads as follows:
pie who have made it what It Is and lie win a seat in the senate. State building and visit the' tele-i question come to this writer when ,Is low. -*. ; Resolved by the Senate and

today NOTHING".. i If the shoe pinches t remember you vision station. Mr. Melvin Smith before hal a local resident attained 'MEMORY %* I We need youth i to carry on. Too House of Representatives of the U.

My congratulation: go to the bought them. drove the bus. Teacher who went I what can correctly be called national T homas Bally,Aldrlch late to start.this year but for the I f S. of America Congress assembled

many LTTTLR people who wish to Naomi Johns Brown are fourth grade, Mr*. Addle McCal' I prominence This Is In referenceto "My mind let gO a.thousand things year ahead, we ,throw the torch to (two thirds of each House con
!, fifth grade, Mrs J. W. De- Like dates of'wan and kings .you.I currirg: therein) that the following
Clyde's role 'a.
Vare and sixth Mrs. Secretary of a 'And yet recalls the very hour I article Is hereby proposed as an
CLASSIFIED grade, Billy national organization, which he I In our materialistic wish to arrive
I I. ADSGeorgia Blair. Several parent went along Twa noon ty the yonder village -the question comes "What good amendment to the Constitution of
and they* are Mr Horton Deas. largely originated himself. This .la tower is It7" Can't explain It-but!Iis the U.S. which shall be valid to all

Plate Glass 'Co. FOR SALE:'Lot yt Suwannee River Mrs. Herman Harrell Mrs. Joel an association represented in all the And in the last bee: noon in May intents and purposes as part of the

.Store. froataMirrors \ on high'property.. See Real Estate I Selph Mrs. QuintIneDeas Mrs. states.Paul The wind came brickly up this way| On the wall of the unpretentious Constitution only It ratified by the
Keallrere4 Broker,Robert:,Ehlert or call 792- Kenneth Thomas, Mrs. Nick Law, H. Weber, Conservationist Crisping the brook beside the road; odice of one of the old reliable construction '!I legislatures of three ,fourth of the
.Tub Caclrsorea, :Showers 4491 or 6331.;Jasper TFC Mrs. Park Deas Mrs. A. B. Tyree Then pausing here set down its companies'In BirmingM|several state wihhln seven years
215 W Savannah Ave.. C3Q-S29 Mrs. Ray: Roebuck, Mrs. Allen Local Items. look: of pine-scents and shook ham is this-"If you have time- to from Late of Its submission to the
VALDOSTA' : FOR SAL ::; ,Metronome. reason. Johnson, Mr. Barney Newsome, listlessly ''do s Job over again why didn't ycu States by the Congress:

't able.: Mrs VTrgle Jlyman, ,Call Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Wynn, Mr. Johnny Mr. O'NeU Goolsby is home now Twrpetals from that wild rose tree" I have time to do it right, the, first "ARTICLE 1 Section 1.;Nothing In
1 IA t-8AVF.- AYE{ I 792-4951. tlc Butler and Mn. Hammond. after surgery. His many. friends . I time," .this Constitution shall be deemed to
30al glass lined water heaters .:. :;.- They took paper sack Kmche and wish hint a speedy recovery. "'n F'r-der fields the puppies blow I John and Eva Mac; Laone ofTam- I prohibit the offering:, reading fromor

s '' $'1.96.10; cu-fU Refrigerators $189- For Sale'. Cranbrook Mobile Home ate at a wayside park --- between the crosses row on row. {pa were visitors, In Live Oak and listening prayers or BIblcal
s 5 w.t.( 361 lb. Upright! Freeezers three 1: rOOm..10 by 53 cheap A The Seniors had a class picnic That mark: our place and In the cky Jasner on the Weeek, 3. scriptures' if participation'therein
.1. 119995; 473 lb. Upright Freezers take up'payments. last Wednesday, They' went to Twin] Keep You, Barbara Henderson ft: I I The larks still bravely singing fly I . ;)Is en a voluntary basis in any

J t jm96; 647-lb Upright Freezers Telephone raEffia; >$. 1TC Lake Mrs. Russell Alderman Is GlendaWheelerPresentation of Scarce heard amid the grave below. Florida Federation of governmental or public school Institution !fit
3399.99; 12-tta Automatic Defrost sponsor of the group. I.the Picture. Delmer Smith Acceptance ''We are the dead. Short day ago ,Clubs favors! .TIIE, { wcman'.1 or place.Contnur., .
| /Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freezei FOR SALE Registered duroc brood The Juniors will,have a hamburger Mr.'DeVane; Auld Lang Syne I We lived felt dawn saw sunset |AMENDMENT "'<','- )

7 L ..49.96. .. w.f. 5-year warranty,, at sw. 'Eleven'pI *"*f1rst ,time. Have fry at Twin Lakes on Friday.I(Class. glow I Hearing are currently being held I ( vn Par S.)

.G',. ., .' :Itadio" Servlce. call,.. PO"" f.4 f ,A..project. Miss Wessle Wyllle is their apon or.J ----- _un. ...._ _. -
'J.tt. )"";st+ Tflos,,{; : .r. .., --TFP,}. The Sophomore motored to Twin .n t
.I ,
f{' "ae''t ;
w..r'Lakes for cookout Swtan.Mra.,,MinI w
$I I ,I7UKR MUSIC COMPANY j'[ > Shiver !b their sponsor.Mr, J.
'" .3' to Live Oak.,Florida for an your' >.* FARMERS I W.;'DeVane, M.... Owen Hinton A
:: b. musical .needs from organ and fl' r 'yl- s ? Mrs. J. F, Burnett,went with the
: MONEY lor"TOttf I : the i
rjtarm opera. there fun
I". /t' :autos....." .?.to records. and record: play-tic ttW.ai'i ."Tenni group. The Lakes.Ar'e.hman'class' for went Getting is' twice

!: : -- :- I tn,fit your ,needs. Loan 'up'to'' to Twin Tuesday1 picnic "
v t..P.uUt 7 yean Gall North Florida Pro Mrs.:Waiter Havener I Is'apon
I: 4 ter' Wet. repair' an type; T.:.V. and ,"ltcti on Credit Assn.S. Ohio 'Ave soil, ,Special guests were' Mr and ...
.. radio. Also Small appliances. Man | Live Oak Tel 362-2539 Mrs.Carroll 'McEb+ay: Mrs. Jim '

'. 'nines Radio. Service, Jasper 7924421 (\ Hire, Mr, J..W. DeVane; :Mr. Owen;
\, tfe' Hinton and Miss lees McCall. The
*. HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by>> crowd enjoyed a ."good swim and ma'64from '
,HOUSE: FOR SALE IN JASPER :, day, week, or month. Alapaha decking", The eighth grade had a ds iijr
Only J2.000. Can be financed. Motel l. tic party last Friday right at the school -
Others 13500 to 7,000 See W. Ii gymnaas um. They flayed : ,
Bryan 7924351, or Robert Ehlert] ,USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR games and had fun. The refreshments ;i ir
7W-M91. Real Sale: GoodTcondltion. MO and ''
Registered Estate were drinks.candv cookies
SAO. Manning Radio .
Brokers. tfp
and chips Mr. Billy
..- phone,.792-4421. ticWanted potato
I II 'sponsor o fthis group. Adults besides -
1> ." FOB BALE-IIOVSE and 4 acresnear t ..
the were Mr. & MrsJ. :
4 Jasper. Only 16,000. Small : Immediately, Man or woman sponsor Earl Roebuck,' ':;!:-y.. .
DeVane Mrs
W. ,
tobacco allotment. See W L. Bryan to supply consumers with Raw
.: 792-4%! Ehlert 792. leigh Products In Mrs. Billy Blair. Mrs. Louie SmUhMr .
or Robert : N. Hamilton Q). .- '
t.,.. -<4491 Reg..Real Estate Broker, U or Jasper Can earn $50 'weekly *:Roy Mathlt.; and' Miss Ethel, ... ,
time McGhln. The seventh win have a
part $100 and up full:time
fi' :TO R SALE Apt. size Electric Write Rawlelgh FA. E 150 336 party Friday night at the school
Ii; stove 'and, Frigidalre refrigerator Memphis, Tern June26P Kymnaslum. Mr. Buddy Durnham
in good condition. Reasonably -- Is the sponsor
"; riced.> ., Call 792-2081 ,tic FAN BELTS for l irrigation( pumps rotmTH'GRADE .PRESENTS".
.,14 and*most".other machinery. SPRING PROGRAM \ '

1rANTFDt WATER MOSE for,nearly all machine The fourth grade under the direct- ,14 h/irirtlM.'psn vertlon'of F' rd'1 oPen .
Clean Cotton Rags lOc per pound *. IGNITION PARTS for all Mrs. Addle McCall presented '1 .. ,compotnloq" champ.lord h**more'64 NASCAR race wins c
; Call the Jasper News. 792-6331. tfo makes and models of lawn mowers, ion of In last ttlano as oth.r can eomWnedl -" -
chapel b ;
a lovely program ,
chalrt* saw, marine and outboard I, ,.- .
lmaml'al1llOl.ftecf'd ,,
i BABY SITTING,:by hour.d&) i+r m fola. Also for' an make and I Thursday. Becky Glenda Wheelerwas ', .1 .
week at my home. Reasonable, day model of farm tractors and foreign the program Jim Bate -i iS Vacation d "
the accompanist.: new

Jasper m29p 792-3691 tfc helped operated stage.the record player. you' "can afford thl I; '

r. The program is as follows: Two -- --
f' church hymns Onward Christian Are Fords fun to drive? You bet! That's
c ,' .
*. bra"I .. Soldiers and TheUttle .Brown Church ''', k why our '64s are the best.selling Fords in .

JVNIOH a group. The from Beatitudes! the class.were Patriotic given by tNf l .>.clatMA'i4FeNfeaalrySquln.Outb'outlaanyoth.negorilnlb. ; hat extra insulation against hoat and note*. 40. -years!' Save,.on a '64 from Ford".and ,(.

"\ ..,. .. number* Star ,Spangaled Banner .,1'., you save-on an I ideal t,vacation i car-a car

I' I .. America( K 5' that's better for the open road becauseIt's

) tNr J It's no .comedy' when 'we stanza used as a prayer Swing; Low ''" k l 'bred in open competition. And<<;f,with '

f' r"' Sweet Chariot. Reuben and Rachael 'ourlively lineup of .46 models can
; ., you ...
J' say that. our products are of Piano Solo, Kathy Harrell. Three. ." ,
find just the for and'w
car I your family :
song were acted; Ok! Folk at
:.i'\' vcry.highest, quality Home, Old Black Joe, An old favo- 11*, _S-_ fun Soc'mon in the fun is fine.

".: : _,'J 'Drop 1>; We*11 show you level.rite game Folk Marching game, Ok around Joe the the ,'44 ralrtoso Custom Ranch W.*.*. Low pricod-yot loads Iko a And your Ford Dealer tops it all ,off with

4t : and last Good bye everyone bff wtgon with 91,9 eu.ft of cargo spec (and another 6V4 eon- top savings!
Haled l under the 't'
why loorllftJ
Class roll Ronnie Alderman Damon -
h Peas Stanley Murphy, Lamar
) ,, '- Combass Larry Newsomer Rodney

Smith, Kenneth Thomas Douglas
Wynn Bobby THsworth. Lisa Bennett -
:' Jane and Jean Eudy, Denise

2.15' Deas. Kathy Harrell, Ullle Bell r

,. 'TI>ot', enough practice, chum.: : (JastobaC Lee Marla and Pamela Selph.Lanle
Now 91 over there and I'll Vaughn; Becky Williams Darwania
really go la work! Zipperer and Kathy Hayes.

: Tobacco Curing Systems NIGHT. ...4 Font.taUrio(00 4-Or...*..Smoothest.steadiest! strongMt ,'e1 Marl FMur Kartfttyw Costs IMo.comet with a lot you? Iks.
Master of Ceremonies, Harry Pennington ear InIbcssu. 3 tiJii. MI.... Mahr Six
"Z2 < engine Is standard. Thrifty$....nd ftlOptk>n -hpv-5forfrontln.perfarm.ncel "' ,
Devotion Sandy Rowell Invocation \T.. ..
:, .. .
Robert Keeling, I Pledge '
Allegiance Class Class Phophecy t ;.' ., J''
Miriam Howell Class History Linda SALE .)
Smith. Last Will and Testament .
_ .__ ___. Sybil Johnson, Who" Who, Mrs ; ';
Alderman, Alma Mater, 'dais. HighPoints
of the Senior Year Patsy Lewis Motor Co. .

1 1lea' I Herring, Presentation of the Key .'
Delmer Smith Acceptance: James .
-. Deas, May The Good Lord Bless it JASPER Ft'1R1DA ".

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: pwolble by letter or,, telegram George Smith. May 28.. !
. !. tni1; ew
ailher, as iadlrUasUs .r M cJubo. ,I ale per ,
,, Iir8UO wpporUng this remhrtloa.' Mr. and Mrs. McGhhi' (Frank A A clever*'V*program was presented CAMS

. Ratilla) of St. ,Mary's were overnight ] at chapel Tuesday by the -
RSlJIJ CbmpamentingMr, and Mrs. Marl guests' Monday Mr. and 7th grade In'Jell ngs mgh. morm Published Every Friday "
. '
a '- ,..,..--' in'.....,whrd, \v111 toon' wE und 'Mrs"jJulet-Gibbs'anI also having THANKS Second Class Pottage t Paid at Jasper Florida ,
leaving, Jasper.' ;jra 4, at dinner 1 little vtsit-.wlth.other friends Mr. Mr: .WJUlarauM. Hunter (Bill to .Sub cription. Strictly in Advance ,
2.'Nothing In this Constitutionshall party at the Red Barn, Sat. evening' Frank l is now' one,of the.buyerslfoc: his host of friend) and son DanleJvlSItlr1c'
be deemed to prohibit mek May\OS. .*TBelothers, in .the party i the big. pape co. there. are": relatives and friends thanks 13.00 in Hamilton'County $4.00 Outside :of County

lag the reference to belief In reliance were/Dr.. and Mrs., Raw Is; Dr. and '. here for awhile..Daniel has recently Words cannot, express'the' Cards 'Thanks .. $1.00 Minimum
and appreciation we' feel to the
upon or invoking the aid of Mrs"Bill Kyle; Mr and Mrs. On Channel 4 each Tuesday. returned from a )ear'a service in
and Saturday morning "' many friends who were so wonder Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
God or a .Supreme Being in any OlntpnMitchell f' Thursday Viet Nam.
governmental or public document there is a program for writers with The Chanters live in New Mexico fully J kind to us during our recent Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publisher

proceeding, activity, ceremony, Mrs Capitols Kyter win leave a prof.for F'. S. U. in charge. It is but their 'Jasper friends like to tragedy.
entertaining it is educational. This Is still "Home' to them"1 For the flowers, food, words of -
think this
.cchool, Institution or place or upon June 15 for Oklahoma Arizona and
e any coinage. currency or obligation California for the summer. She scone I on at 6 p.m. '. comfort, lovely cards and kind agricultural growth In the State NO ONE KILLED
deeds from the
we thany
of the United States. will return in August and will teach' Mrs Wykna White Home Demon- daughter-Linda Mrs. Arthur Marie of West Andrews Hollywood' and of our heart.. May you God richly reward both The now and in the future. I want to correct the mistake!

'Section 3*'Noosing to this. article Elementary ,music In' Lake City 1 I stratlon Agent' Is making a survey Florida yUited her father Mr. Mac each of you lance to ACP farmers offers and cost-share ranchers assis for some,heard of In the car and station

ahatt constitute: an establishment- -of this faQ, I|for f service of homemaken ngs HenderaarLiithe; weekend. They ., The family of it t C Goolsby- carving out conservation: practicesn I wagon accident of Tay Caseys. Nome
religions "a homemaker 'lire do for :
S. : might to
--- -
''Section 4. Thla article shall. be Mrs ,Jlendricks Sr. has arrived have recently i purchased a four six..main categories. These aret: was killed. By Mrs. Lake Coll:
profit. There '\WilJ be listed and Those of you who brought food to
Iehb Grandmother
tor" visit : acre place with boos on the Suwan- ((1)) measures primarily for the establishment ,
inoperative unless 'it shall have a with her son and his my house and have not gotten
those your
copies sent to desiring cne.In
... been Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Hentricks. I nee River for .fishing camp: 4t of permanent protective : -
ratified as an Amendment to family this listing will be serving Je'.ly container back, please call and describe '.
the the .. . vegetative 'coVer (2) measures
Constitution legislatures making and pickles-catering or < it to me and twill see that ; THOMAS GRADUATES FROMTECHNICAL
three fourths of the several .. anything would 'like to do in I Visitors at Hickory Bottom farm you get it. I still have Jots of dishes primarily for the' improvement or TRAINING CENTER?
Ill tales within seven yean from the Len and''C McCauley are she the past week were Mr. andd Mrs. that are unmarked. protection of permanent 'cover,.43)
dates of Ita submission to the States naming their, new son Douglas has I I your a home nice l listing for profit Contact-already here if I Alton: Dowers and sons Ricky Thank you' Marie, Goolsby measures primarily'for the conservation Charles 1.. Thomas aviation elect \
by,the Congress and therefore Jimmy and Tommy of Clcarwater. or disposal of water, and for: tonics technician airman aprentice.
:, Leigh. The little boy was born,,,1n you re interested. .' . I I
BE IT RESOLVED: That the Hamilton Hospital,May 20. I ,, the prevention ot''erbaton. ((4),messurea USN, son of Mr and Mrs. Melvin
We wish
to and
. v Dr. 'and Mrs J. 'V. McCall and express our primarily"for establishing' temporary Thomas of Route 1. Lee Fla.,
Florida Federation wow Women'sOubs --wiM
Rev, Mr. Travis Carter : sincere thanks to each and everyone
sp on record as favoring the 'Mr Karl Minor-Howe and MissMosely preach Baccalereate: Sermon family and' Miss Myrtle Jennings of for their wonderful kindnessand protective cover (5) measures graduated April 24 from Aviation
Jax the Mr. ,
visited "parents for-'the
passage of' mew> Becker-''Amerd-: Green rpade an afternoon for the Jasper High SchooV-at the help' during the loss of our primarily establishment Electronics Technician Navigation
meat" and thlt.'this Resolution be visit to. tclatjies\ and friends .in Mrs. Jody McCall 1 the past week- loved one. or Imprrfve 1 TiilieriBot-JaTm'forests School at Naval Air Technical TrainIng

'Wnt"tojatt Florida members of the Jasper'. ]i beesMary'Masety ... evening i I end. 'JfU.* ,May the Lord.. bless and keep you, and (6) "treasuresprimarily Center, Memphis Tenn. ,

.United' States Congress'and to Rep. Is a senior)hn Su- I I .jJ AT,THE PIANO*RECITAL. MAY 26 we pray. for the con enWJ6n and develop- He studied the use and rnalnaen-\ -
Emanuel Cellar. of New York just week Mrs Wiriiard Bennet had ment of wiMUfasiy farmlands.
wannee mghhas last I surgery Youth Bobby Hickman, U years) Mrs. O. V. Chambless it family ance of I airborne ('communications \
Chairman of'the Judiciary Commit Technical aa&tAnce Is also off-
returned with S3 other Seniors from ;at Pineview Hospital Monday
sat at the Piano adjusted his coat and navigational 'equipment. The
'' red where" neWed for planning and
tee. the: New York Fair. 'MAy,2$ and Is doing nicely.
':, '; Signed: Ma. Lyle L, Chaffee spit in his hands and took over the ACP Conservation through the ACP, on'a reimbursable course also covers the use of test

.,1 I..:r Chairman, Education Dept.r.I" Ann Marcus )Evans and Olivia II The faculty of Jennings High are key board in,, "a brilliant perfor- tails with the ''Soil' Conservation equipment adjustments and trou-

: : AH Floods( ClnbwomeaVre urgedto .Waters I of Vero spent the weekend having a Dutch treat at Ashley I mance of Llsty 2nd Rhopsody", It Progress Report Service and the Florida"Forest Ser- bleshooting procedures. ;

t': ; contact M many oongreHMnen as I, n Jasper with their' sister Mrs.: Oaks in Vatdosta Thursday evening. was amazing! one so young or it Agricultural) .Conservation PractIces vice, Before attending this course he i
.. it that we do not I key our think1ne'togenius -'
State Committee 'Chairman completed the Aviation !
were carried out on 11,119 farms The Familiarization -
<' In our"midst. and ranches in Florida in 1963, aid that the 1964 ACP Is well underway School and the Aviation Electronics \
: 'CIVIL RIGHTS' DEBATE . in the Stat..and contains
.: Sylvia and Bud Carter came recently according to\Emery Williams. Chairman Fundamental School at
the same eligible conservation the center.
j I' for a weeding! and especially of the Agricultural: Stabilization
and Conservation State Committee practices as the- 1963 programs
to introduce son "Mark" who -
He urged interested farmers
STILL GOING STRONG captured the entire family with his
; winsome ways. These ."conservative farmers" and ranchers to contach their local willbe carefully considered and

.'. earned 12,829,439 in Federal cost ASCS County Office about the pro- Approvals made to the extent possible

C WASHINGTON NEWSLETTER,, I four otter: of>> my Southern colleagues quent arguments against passage Francis Bradley Elizabeth Sullivan hares by carrying out approved ram. Cost-share funds are limited within the limited (funds avail
FROM SENATOR SMATHERS are privileged to >serve of the bill. (Madiscn)i Ulm'a Braswell and roll water, woodland and wildlife but every request for assistance able.

55 At this :writing the civil under "General" Llater Hill] of I might add that by the time Jeanette Smith (Valdota) entertained conservation practices. Since these i ---
rights debate Is entering its Alaibsma who heads ,np our you read this, we will have entered last week. ,with a Baby showerhonorlr.1 .Agricultural Conservation Program "
fifth week although accordingto team. Sln .::1 happen to be one into a critical stage of leis than one-half of the actual cost .
Davis Lewis, ., ,
ttie ''Senate calendar, we are of the youngest member; of my the debate. An attempt to Invoke Margaret' ,of doing the noised conservation -
still on the legislative day of team. I usually draw the "night cloture may be tried. So many lovely gifts and a delightful work in most cases, well over $3:I The Complexity of Today's-
March 30, the date marking the detail" which'' means that my while It. is true that w* have tea table was set up-the little million was spent on conservation :
first speech on this controversial voice 'can be heard resounding gained greater understandingand cakes were iced with safety pins under the new farmer-government
issue. through an empty Chamber until sentiment for our position and rattles. partnership program' The participating CarsDEMANDS

The reason the sponsors of 10, or 11 o'clock at night we are, nontheless substantially -, Young John,, ,W. Davis arrived farmers and ranchers contributed .
the bill have maintained tjhe and'one evening until ,12:20 a. outnumbered. home this week from the Canel more than half of the cost I
m. Firm U.S. Sisal OnSumtllanee mother have of the conservation,measures performed EXPERT CARE
he.aM his
oZne where
same legislative,day for over a .UWMOHl.'A nu
of .C b
Whale pro-civil rights Senators In connection with the ACP.
morxtU is to limit! .the number lived the past year. His sister
periodically boast that they are President Johnson's decisionto Included in the 11,119 participating
'of speeches: a Senator can makeon Johnny K. Wagner met him ''n
...rfn, us down" I am hap maintain U.S. reconnalsaac farms and ranches were 2,10't SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION:
a particular measure. According Miami. Ms. Davis is expected by\ .
flights cvir Cuba. in spit of
py to report that the opponentsof that had not been carrying out needed
to Senate Rule 19, no Fidel Castro's threat to shoot the 15th of June. those important extra I
this bill are all In good . conservation work in prior yearsA We give:
Senator may speak more than health and, rejnain ss determined down our; planes has received special effort was made by ASC
twice on the same subject on complete and unqualified Edna Browne Mary Francis service *HK' a tm* c. when you
as, ever.* V1! ** my committeemen throughout the ,tat. ,> ..
the "same Lewis JimCamp end Ann Greer
\ day.
( t Aatl-cl.n"'J .1Its auppott1In / fora to encourage these tanners and ra' driv in here,for always
week to St. Augustine guwe
went this
By recessing rather than adjourning SU. OverUaM' the; absence of on-tlte inspection \chers to start a conservation program

elide, evening, the Senate It Unnfortunai that the 'o" 'rejected by Castro at little visit with Jacksonville Phyla Knorr. on their lands. The total. number check you<: oil tires, water leveland t.. '
's They returned .by ,
k. U considered to be still
on erall preMand particularlythe the height of the October mistyII. of different farmers and ranch i
It. 'S the, -legislaUv (day" of March', Northern news media (fail crisis aerial photographicmissions shopping" spree.. fot. en in Florida-who,have taken paIn ;>, clan Vbtlr wlwalaiield.GUtFSTATION. '; .!
4 ; ; 30. if the Senate ware to ad 'to give adequate coverage to vr Cttbaiare: absolutely tatton tomes: ( : thus conservation elferr In-tIN "i ,
journ.'Jt would.be anottvt "leg th&.South"fn viewpoint on tile essential;;tor'keeping the Are1nvj to a Special last tour years in Jf.t7t'Itfr; WH1. ;" : '*r. ; e ,
and the Presentation rIlj& :
slathre ". United States alert I to the Prjo rainy s Recital lIr i
day that-considerable
:. thereby spermlt- pending woTO t&l.. posshMlfty Haipsloord ; lama stressed pro .
tins Senators tor make t1,0'additional the inp&lHcgfc tT lled byrlimto o>. another missile.threat r of ana: is beine/ made under the ACPIn 'f} It
Memorial ;
I.' speeches on the, pending< ny" lAaKrjcans, the. anUcivilrigigsdebate' from' communist Cuba\ to Stephen Foster of St.-, making Florida's farmers'' and : J
\ Roberts
subject ; baa Dot been '-a But these-f4ts;;; ) must 'alsc. by Mrs. .Robert ranchers more.'conservation mlnd-i .
r A. S-tJ.era. H.I' Team! I histrionic trlbe filled with venom continue as part of a time-4at.t Petersburg in the Carriilon'TonerMay tl.. These natural resources ,are Juper ,Telephone 7923781K :
f The Southern I contingent ;is nor hkk1t been spent wasting -; ed American policy of standing : 31st in, the afternoon at' 3" vital to a'll o* us and should be de-f
broken up into three teams. time on non-germaine sub-) firm in the fsee'of threatsand.. o'clock..Miss Jeanie of 1964 will be veloped and conserved. for optimum' I
each assigned to on our Jects. Without exception tie: ; ,aggression. For, as the October 'Introduced MJft.Thelma Boltln is .
carry -
of Ceremonies, J .JI. JJI JI. JI. "" JI. Jt. JI. '* .* : I
side of the debate on specified II" Southern Senators have offered + missile crisis: has shows Mistress. . ;
days each week. I.; along with sound logical and even plo J thi'is,i tie only effective policy, I {. .. ,
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My 'would. to express our deep work and the faculty. ..,. .announced, I '... *

appreciation for the- Xj vote; / 9f' ere and Mr,. and< ').IMI. JOhn' R,. Hart returned ''t r :,! of}.t" *
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port: given us in the Senate. race.Words, alone \\'et't"rortPennsylvania,'Because t of, the.,,,death where.of they his t'#\ 1"t'* .* "\ -" ': '.' "
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y' y* mother:: fMARGARET ,

cannot, convey to each of you the. warmth .that .:a *> '

;',:. }}, we feel. My word is ,my bond', and I promise, U HART "' Takes This Opportunity. To

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;-, .. continue, to 'work for" the';i improvement, prosper- Born Services Oct. .were, ISIS at died St. May Johns ti Lutheran IN4- :' ''ft -f r. ; t:1: : *

Church of Glassport Pa., by f Offer Our ''J.feartiest1. f

\ ity and unity of our district..- If.,I can be of personal the stahl.Reverend Interment Howard was in M.West: Raven-Newport : .f!

;;,19 ,.;.... assistance in any way please, do .not,.hesitate -' ,., Mrs.Cemetery Margaret forty Hart' years was an she activeChrlstlany'For was it *, :i iJ

,,rmr'r the Ladles" Aid in her
to call Come andvisit with president
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upon church. Her husband died In 1951. *
They had.five children. htie

I :, > : any time. I will try to see each one of you per- Only once did she.come to Florida
and that was to assure herself )I.
., that all was well with son John.. f'
.. sonally in the near future. Thanks again.- I She had been a schoolteacher In
.. .,- t..V<"*T'-V: early ltfe'befa'e her marriag. *
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"'iI: ;: :" t. : CECIL A.. '' KENNEDY Dear Eyes closed folded and hands angel kissed ;t To 'The. / Graduates. .: .t J '

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! : ; .' I the I([lion ot the great hospitality enjoyed }
with -hlllt aud beaut1fuI..ro tdtl.At that we too as God's servants are I nest midnight. aid was found waiting on 9th '
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To Pit Jb1ll't:1t na. iR.d Eetnrn "* Rising Monday morning we 'Green when unbend Ed.: arrived. 1'in tills Christian borne where smiles j
: : ;) l Aberdeen we again refreshed abiding oot't1.nw.wlle w< drove us, JoveVpvaU
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LOCAL MEN A METHODBT oon'tsENGE (' ourteh/e; ''at,the.third Howard John summoned to stat'afcount of our arrived a((the jrnpresslve Civic Center Tuesday I .
.'. ,.1 W.. B. FeagU 'i son stop; 1 i ham stewsrdship for tux,i .roan bless'Bob ,,I where the Genera Cbnfereno over many parts cf the city: viewing I I'T-: the Pa. '
. '. .'' .. ""' .. ''N. C.j'7. :< awats't. lrtgt of Iovsa t rrG: ', was holding devodon. followed byiapoe4ryto.the the sights from high points artwwIU.I ; ) \where
Rev. Robert Jenkins, Rev. Hirry down after moving BUI to the front 'buff gracious was driving so'tast Bill with]I ; conference for'apprcn From'the West overlook: weiaoked "we J turned southwarat t toward' the .,
No one and loving : '
.. Goddard' and W. B.; Feagle' left seat tearing the rear seal of other I I : ''vai.y : .. ; "t down cn'the'spot'hertheAle Shensndeph'-Vf.He'.bJM. .
hfs. calling 1 '
4 Coo) $duld have made such beauty mvas ;; McLeod, ,toe Jleft.Y.and" ,'Mbnongahela"'+*RJverf; E' S of
vWe Tolle.
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" Whit Springs\ Florida,.at TK>,a. rubbish -.-Boti la'now/at/ the wherL11'enlunerabitnotelstard keys Sheep*ponies goats, and buttercups met her : .
s I m... Friday J May X" 1964 fqrttts-, : rest*I as seen along the roadside between goldenrods I' Ed Pendergrass.. John Sikes. Henry come: come?together\ forming"th>1 *n4 .. The JveaNher
t. burgh Pa., to'attend the; General lurants are very noticeable( on;U.1 Aberdeen and Durham N. .c::. i.pa .W 7 We found the, Saturday traffic Blackmcn// Robt.:, '--Mann' Howard great Ohio River'and took;PI.t U { was1';most pleasant:during cur
I r Conference of the Methodist Church S. 301 which we had now reached ed.1hroue1the cities' of Sanford from i Berg R C Holmes, ,Ed Gentry Tuesday evening we"attended the'I stay;; there with sunshine( all the
I P1t boro and Chapel Kin on the Warrentgn' to Rev George Foster, all from Fla. General Conference again after having I time' ton Just a, few drops of
who except ,
i J'I}. Traveling by automobile they went catering{ ; to, .manytourists; 1kuham'i; when passing! chester, V JVpple':'' trees were Wtn-j I Goddard. 1
to Mother
"" Florida '' way On Sunday: afternoon we visited dinner with rain as we approached the.lOUthem '
I up Woodpecker: route" to, I travel l4 this highway. in full bloom above. Winchester ,<
; ? through Chapel Hill we thought of the huge cemetery where I Wednesday morning Bob ,and h, border of the '
r Highway 'and over to U S.: 441 More signs of agriculture are evident cept where trees damaged by Allegheny [ state on our return. .
I on to Fargo, Ga.. viewing the beaut In the daxton and-Statesboroareas I the;;great University of N,,C: and the cold weather.were. ", I BUI took pictures of 'Stephen, For I went to.the Conference and at noon \._The''le onct I..casualty of the.trlpo .,
IM forests refreshed by the,gentle; and some hills are visible i I her Tarheel 'outstanding! basketball From Winchester We* moved en ter's tcni;'', ani: that of 'I Harry's Bob went( out for lurch with a cou- occurred when Bob wrapped up and
from and! football teams and we repeated father and brother. !son, riM Bill had lunch; with Bcb loaded down with baggage slipped ai
showers heaven. Due to man's too. Statesboro is noted for its to' Breezewood, Pa, where after i.; ,/
forward look vacant places in theforeets excellent Georgia Southern College.Moving similar thoughts of Duke University pausing for a,few moments at Howard The Washington: Congressman Mann a,former pupil of his, on the I',and feD down the steep hillside as
', Blue Devils a* we reached Dur could well get come pointers' by llth-door of Kaunman"K large department -' were'preparing.td; leave the God> .' ,
are being re-set with young on up U. S, 301 to Allen- (I Johnson's, we entered the Pa. 't I I we;, ?;,
trees as guardians of the future. dale; S. C. we located another ham, only ,a short distance: from turnpike and headed westward for/'|observing the business sessions of( ,store. '. dard tome,'and hurt his arm but q*
Just before reaching Fargo they HowUd' Johnson's Restaurant Chapel inil, Pittsburgh 119 miles away-this the Conference and see how they Bob Mann delegate to the Conference hot' serious, oh, no he was perxwfectly '
left Florida,only temporarily however where we enjoyed a delicious lunch The situation on Saturday a.m. at (was 3:15: p.m. i,get out of parliamentary entangle-I from F'johda;and Bill ref,. sober:due>holly to pie steep",JJ'
and entered the State of Ga. with the famous Ice cream: 6 c1ock at the Holiday Inn in Dur We wenMhrougfc\ Somerset (Some i, ments. tinned tofthe Conference where Bob. Incline and Zlew on the,grass.," ";; '%
, Passing through Fargo at 7:45: a. as dessert. The first varltie'l ham found Harry ta pajamas Bob are set 'their ways you know, .& I I I r Sitting in on this General Conference Jenkins met Bill. ''After the' after.: Bill's,attention while writing was
f. m. the sight of school children'I' trip were taken of Bob .and Harry under the shower and Bill,already some are not). *- '[. which is'world-wide in scope noon session of the Conference Jenj j I r frequently; distracted by Harry yelling -
gathering at a new elementary by Bill, in front of the restaurant. j I dressed guarding the entrance to After riding through beautiful f I enlarges one's vision and understanding tins and Feagle met the rest of the I' out "Howard Johnson's., as he
' school building was a familiar sight : After lunch Bob resumed the dining room waiting for Harry and mountI I of, the ,magnitude of our home folks at the First' Primitive the signs '
with low ,read ,
country high hills
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back Bob to breakfast not
to this writer. seat again to continue his'"nap" ,to come arrived great Methodist Church delegate I',
ains and .fertile valleys we The high hills and lowinountalnsalong
The only lights visible from the with Harry the wheel. however until 6:JO, a.m. So BiD I from the four corners of the world. dinner given tor District Sunday V
highway, other;than forests, from The highway from AJtendale,,to I.read, the Durham Morning,, Herald II 7:15 at Pittsburgh our destination 2. Here, at I I Iw | After Monday morning's General School Convention; however.. Bob .sit I i I this."OUte'with the fertile.in- r
,I Fargo to Ilomerville were the small Orangeburgv S. C was marked until.they arrived.. ,p.J.I1wBaturday. May welcome at'',Conference session W had Bill were late to dinner' because I f terveniny( ] valleys! reminded us a-
I houses Inhabited no doubt by timber with Mils, curves, young pines.Industrial Friday' night presented all of us the received-home of: ,rouslng Goddard I near the University of PltI lunch.. they got kvt, but' enjoyed the din-again'I of God's wonderful creation. ... 'I.
I workers I I plants, farms and pastures.,'with a pleasant j'evening: and 'a where, heir daughter.Mother, Llda and husband I'I Campus, 'then took pictures of the net ,when, they'did arrive. 1|f this. We passed through. > two tunnels on ,
I Leaving HomerviUe, Ga., our hi- I The Santee'River and Lake Mar.. good night's rest! after enjoying Ed.: Ceorg alsbvhve.! ; : I Stephen.Foster Monument and tM Beginning the: return trip! : home ,I I Turnpike we'efntrged light iohti ppeared W 2 .... 'i::;
way paralleled the Atlantic, CoastLine lon constitute'a real large body of'delicious steaks upon arriving! at.. '. Stephen Foster Memorial Just .la welsh Pittsburgh.ywithjHaryy y dtivbig. Iregalre;: as ( ;the dank flY' ,
l .. After enjoying 'delicious dinner : .\il ...' ** w -II: fM .]ff ',
Railroad remInding us of the water Just prior reaching Summ- ,j the Holiday Inn at T p.m. we retired.a, .tired cre fe Harry ate frvutot, the'.CathedraIiolleamint; / : about 8 a.m. Thursday,aftera'Anal I t .... lntlnu.c1 yn Paltelat r '" ,; {.
great contribution a-allroads have erton, ,S. c. Entertn 'Summerton, i The air was brisk on ,Saturday so much he fell througmthe tingle II I Here in the memorial we met Mr. I good breakfast! and en express i
, made to the transportation system we saw three'of the largest motelswe I morning as we' looked out from bed which had not been adjusted to Fletcher Hodges Jr., who had Just "
a of America. Traffic all along the I' have ever:seen. :the motel over the North Carolina accommodate such heavy loads. retuJrned by plane from White Spr- tiM
j: way to Waycrosa was very light. I We left U.S. 301 highway at Sum- ';hills (high 'ones' too) 'and valley Bob was sleeping\ ina' large adjoin I ingp: Florida, where he had ttendI "f.r
'\ Bob Jenkins fell asleep in the vici merton and followed highway IS under cloudy sides ing room, while Harry and I listened !ed the Folk Festival. He presentedeach /hHa
pity of Ilomerville but returned to,J i aill trip northward; of us an autographed GAS GAGS' (;t
the way to Warrenton Va. Teaching Continuing our : to the "music or noise" of his copy ,_ .,. _
I consciousness Blackshear .. this!! '- I of Foster We ,
at Stephen Songs
: ,Sumter, S.C. first on this high the beauty of' the roadsides from "snoring", I saw
y was excusable since he arose at way, I Durham N. C. to Warrington, Va. I Early after a delightful breakfast Forbes Field and U. of Pittsburgh* Rt6 etwr 11q .
I' Jacksonville Fla. at 4 a.m. in orderto I I.After ]leaving 'Sumter- S. C. we with rolling hills beautiful trees, on Sunday momln -prepared ',[Football Stadium nearby, t p N fTRD N111(! hOOlt rOR 11M Clfl; -I
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get to White Springs in time to .noticed that both/ sides of the f fI RIOMf,t LAI'efOPtptlR3a IS A?
I high dogwoods in full bloom and other so'well by our gracious hostess we I Monday evening we attended the ei00D MI lLIO J q ,
meet .the schedule! set fcrjeaving way were lined with farms an the Flowering shrubbery, and mountains left for Sunday School and Church General] Conference meeting at the .! \
J' there. I I way (to Blshopville and on to Hart. I In the distance, certainly was en- at the First Primitive Methodist I huge Civic Center and heard some I ",
We pausedbriefly at Jesup, Gal sville where automation has ,taken riching to our lives. Church 'vhere Harry was a mem spirited and lively discusions'on the I .. >
for coffee and a stretch at HowardJohnson's over their operation.The .. Beautiful breeds of' cattle ''were ber before coming to.Florida and racial ''alcoholic and, retirement_. t t' 1 t! ) t! "
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4i Restaurant, and when I highway before reaching} Aberdeen seen lying leisurely and peacefully where his people worship. I problems .ministers .
leaving there. Rev, Harry usurpedthe N. C. and after leaving In the green pastures awaiting the The Florida monopoly of Harry I At 5'o'clock' Monday,evening before : ,,,,';:',,' '
rear seat and.for once quieted! this city was straight, well-paved I time they will, be, called upon to'Goddard;:Bob Jenkins and Bill Fear going cut to the Conference ..

1 1I make the great sacrifice by repaying -1 gle, by invitation, took over the ser I meeting we were guests of Mr A :f; .. ,; : -
their debt to the hands of man I vices of the day. with Harry speaking Mrs. Sam George the parents ofI ; ,
I, FRESH HOME-MADE' I who made it possible for them to to the 10 o'clock morning ser I Uda's husband,Ed.I LOW Priceb.95- OTOBT P.uO'f":/ ', ,' ::. I IPER.

enjoy the green pastures while ful- vice,. Bill speaking to the Men's I I Tuesday '>we' "too ,At":' for'' the CyL4I$, k, ':: ... l'..,
DO-NUTS, ., nllkig their mission In the world Bible Class at 11:15: a.m., and Bob''golf] course in Westyiew, northwest eYaraote( 2-1001' ,'" ;" .''
This; by' the way,, reminds us : ringing( \ the evening message at I lor Pittsburgh"where Harry.: Bob' &: CASH ON 'DEUVI'RV' I
CHOCOLATE, VANILLA GLAZED 'OR'PbAIN, T::30. The singing, both by the choir Ed., played nine holes while] Bill .
congregation, was outstanding) walked along the highway and tok ,
; Buy'em by the Bag Fresh Daily: I at all services. [pictures'of them driving off the te''- HOLLOWAY'S I Ir

r ,:, 50c Dozen After the evening service we were and on the putting greens. '
" graciously*entertained( >at the Parsonage 1 .An adding machine not being'av
by Rev. Ferguson and wife ailable, we were unable to get the
b j FLORIDIAN,, RESTAURANT 'nut some AccieiWTS IS IM OCCUR A NUR1Wt uuuiOAWtR with a delightful dinner. The after i'correct scores t 'should say that (
1 Phone t OIT BACK room A PLAtt dinner conversation lasted until Harry really''' played only T holes L J NCLLOWA ;
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clear'the, measure:_consideration by the full & .. .? request that you repeat once again< your prior

This is a crying shame-because it this bW ends up on appeal for favorable action by the lawmakers In thl. ":

YOUR MOBILE ,HOME, SHOPPING CENTER the legislative'scrap*heap I ,American consumers will go on session. _Congress..

being cheated out of several billion dollars annually from :,

Phone 75&Q791, : freight'rates kept artificially J high by regulation which fMSIOCMT i1..O- ?ti, ,
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T'" "I -1 I' ., ', . .., Selfish interests which are profiting at the expense of
I ,- the public are worickg"afft&. this legislation. But, it la WAYSYSTEM.
ii. MOBILE,HOMES ON DISPLAY 'basically: .the ese, .Ugfalrfon'recommended to Congress IIAI !

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:;: pAi' .... ) NEW FLORIDA Friday May 29 1964
: : ; ", ...Jl'v .,1'1" ,," .. .w...... "" "h.A _. THE JASPER .! J JASPER., ,

(continued frun page:tour) ;I f School* Buses" .which.Signifies,'our I I "'SCRIPTURAL BAPTISM :": a.- Pa The Corncob Jelly Wate.Safety, Boaters

Interest In the preservation of our. I 5 I .
..ToPgtsbui h youth' ,the citizens of tomorrow.We 4 x. ." 11// a2nd'Priiay A e, Svriswaen,. Skiieri
,. 'I : I.lot utmost that .
Jt : Jmporjance : I.t.... .,
stopped Just south of Staunton 'any t+ll&1ou.'att; k exactly.* God '; Has J florid',eftisenSj,In Jncreas-- '
'ness of the tunnels, it wig symbolic, ,Vat "another (h eetrebhl'and cof :directs otherwise dt la empty and f engaging in
log ere'
to a small extent at least/ell what I tee:, 'yea t you eueased '..Itoi apo her void and iri ''vain. Baptism is one Sm111'T)) n'biit' rtf ''''Water sport,' 'tbe' yeaf'nmnd,
happens when one passes from the Howard Johnson apeswhlch: ,we '
: thing that:the religious world baa 11"' '""aoaoe'theae ;end
I I "pleasures
darkness 'of" & sinful ,life) info ,thelight continued the journey toward Roarnoke For
over as long as'reHg-
been.dlvided ) A little''c et" 'turnedout '
2200 Voters in : 1962, there were
of Christ. I[ Va'at 3:<6 p.to b iou-':denominations have"existed.
five Republicans the
( ) for sec-
At 11| a.m: Whad just refreshed'' Next' we stopped the entranceto There Is absolutely no excuse for ond primary' Tuesday. Burns ted< 442'penon.. (nrho died of.drown -

ourselves,;yes at another llowerd' th Natural r e"JnYa.,;and men being disturbed over this subject the ticket with 1698, High 578.. In in Florida. Using safe

Johnson's, "gassed up," and were!, took,a couple! .of pictures.;v '_ because it is taught fully Inthe i the Senaterace'Kennedy got 153 practices. including swimming-

leaving for: .Winchester, Va. where We arrived at Roanoke.' Va. at New Testament A brief study may and Roberts 692.' However Roberts knowledge and safe equipment,

we t hit the U;. S.,highway for the'' 4 'pm., quite a, busy,city*.'From help us to see the simplicity and, gained more WIn'in Lafayette ar,t I is Uie only known approach to

i long trek down the Shenandbah,: there we came on to Greensboro: completeness of this subject; in, Suwannee Counties to win re-elec reduce this number,'.of needless

y Valley; I N. C. on a wending road, throughthe God's word.. tion. In Lafayette/ count was deaths. y..
AS we were riding past a large &; mountains. "'There"are three,,Important quest;. Kennedy 593,'Roberts 661;, In Su- Sixty-one children .under
{ beautiful' apple 'orchard in full I At 6:25: p.m. we,were on a 4-lane Ions about baptism that must be wannee: Kennedy 1425 and Roberts years digs died from drowning'
bloom Harry remarked that apples highway heading ,out, of Greens- answered before we know whetheror 3679 ,- (in'1962. as,did 84 children be-

are gathered about November after boro..N. c., jCbajlotte' ; where.we not'it is scriptural. For a thingto i i t ween'the;ages of 5-14 years,

''g frost,has fallen 'on them. Then It spent the night:,niJM 'Heart of be scriptural it must be' taught The five Republicans$ : gave Cram L and "18 persons ages 252kWith "
:3 and Roberts 2' for Committee-
was that philosopher Bob commented Charlotte footer, both'of,the Holiday hi'the1 scriptures.. These questions er slate I i boat traffic getting heav

w that every form of life must ( Inn's being fyji,There were: 400 are ;What, is the action of baptism man.'' 'The' Barry' *Goldwater* i i 'ier, it is essential that boaters-.

have frost before it bears fruit.'This' I rooms and a nice swimming pool "Who should be baptized? :and '. won 3 to 0. understandand.. practice the"

applies to human life, where the where we stayed for the night Why should one be baptized?" sale way o,participate; in water
frost of earthly life melted, the at show that the action was a burial S'Mrs. sports the pilot should operatethe
night's ,
I After a pleasant rest Scriptural action means what la Morgan with Raw Material and Ftnkhrd Product' ,
i I 'spirit of God's love brings maturIty -.Charlotte Thunday and a good done, everything called baptismis In Acts 8:38. Philip and the eunuch boat according to nauteal

and fruit In God's Kingdom. ,J J j I breakfast. we left at 7:30: a.ra ,for scriptural.. W, will not take "went down both fnto.., the water, by Cynthia:Parks, 11me -Union Staff Writer rules Stay ashore In threaten

We had lunch at a shoppingcenJ',Cella a"S:: j tB miles:distant I,time to tell of all that. practiced botn Philip and this tfilnuch. '; and he 'There is a- solid capability about Mrs Nancy Morgan of White I'm. weather.. Reduce speed at

ter just out oC Winchester Vas:' on(Via Highway; Q)pthe,way we saw which Is unscriptural, but rathersee baptized, ; \him. Spring that makes 'you sine of her culinary integrity, so when she : high.waves and enter them at'
U, S. Highway and headed south j I nx ,ign:;ot mountains whose beauty what the word of God says relative Both' .c lng'/ down Into the tell little a slight] angle. Maintain a 880
jar ,transparent I
with its
you the pinkly 'contents holds 1
ward aVI.00; afterhaving teen! In,"' and grandeur we admire; how'efyer. baptism. water to baptize oneJnan \would be com- degree awareness end keep-

the fourxitttes. .. :of Pa., MaFyistSd : ; the' evidence of agriculturepianifeste& : The word 'buried":'js'a'definite'I useless"unless.(H?.' coon J was 'aburial cob'' jelly" that sounds just aa It ,should be. 4 'away from ,.swimmers.i,fvboata.+

WestVed.+wf' \eit 'II' by tA"d arms and:cattle action. Therefore_ ""ft',. are'___ buried ,,."Audi,Jesus.when he wass), It doesn't a bit odd,,as it dItTOUHX'- *: ifcdlat" ,.the'WoIn.-j..=and i other1 objects, uThepflqt

Bob has noW dropped his philosophy tbtought to Va a Jammsr feeling 01 with him by baptism Into death.. 'l baptized,, wen)1p6 RfarithtwaY"tMit. table "Pass the corncob jelly; please." :, : ,*'rt...> t&ould also check,for completeness -

and is studying safe-draving our home; ant In Florida, (Romans 8:4): ) "Burled with him' in of the water'* MW: 3:16. There Mr*. Morgan admits' she made the jelly as a novelty"for the Annual and condition -of equipment

whitest the wheel. Harry is also in althoughts'avdence;/ here of baptism (Col 2:12): ). This is a would have been no point in Jesus Florida Folk Festival at Stephen Foster Memorial,but the Jelly before leaving shore An

t front seat getting in some comments I more clay tn the soil., scriptural action and nobody will conning "Up out of the water" un- bad Its ort.cm.1a that clever mother of InvenuonNecessity.! anchor, fire extinguishers, oars.
frequently.: Bill is on the rear The great State of N. C. has made deny It. It Is ,also true that any substitute less he "went down Into the water'to born, lights, mirror first-aid
In '' be baptized. It is all clear if we When times were, hard CTft the farm and even the lowly huckleberry'
seat with a word now and then much progress in Industry recent 'action I unscriptural (un kit, and tool kit
(mostly then) as the opportunity. ;'years, dye Jn ,part no doubt to the taught. hi the New Testament.) understand the action to be a burial shriveled on the shrub,' there were always/eorncobs. That treasured 'safety equipment are among essential a

presents itself. 'emphasi"given! to It'Under the leadership The word baptized comes'from a This Is the only action that Is scripturaL grain, no matter how blighted' ,.would at least produce cob., boat. here should be a' life

The ADeghenles to our right'and ot;qov the Blue Ridge to our left are equally retary ot Agrlc'vltw'en the Eisenhower action.'' It mean*'to dip,'plunge. ;and It makes a difference who Is baptized the cows; the stalks were plowed back into the earth, but the cows,' board. '

s impressive'at this stage of 'Adrnlnistraffcn. when water Is the.element, In The person must be a believer -
heI : as chickens and pig could surely spare a dozen cobs for a little sweet on Swimmers should always
,trip 'I j I['One-.pf :4he 4jreaL highlight of,the the great commission Indicates, the (GaL 3:26-27: ; Heb. 11.6): ). In the the table. swim with another in

j Signs in Va. along the Shenan- .entire,trip fpTjJ l H took place at a subject I Is ''dipped" or "burled" in commission, as'recorded by Mark < person
safe and familiar Make
Mrs of her farm to'com a plare.
the Lord said: "He that believeth Morgan goes'out the backdoor house
doah Valley road refer to the,strifeof : IkJV&rd Johnson ,Restaurant in Co- the water.,Besides this the clrcum- '
and is baptized shall be saved., "U crib for 12 shells The chickens sure the water is deep enough
there dry red cobs,and off the corn : flutter
the Civil War when brother lu/ntila .
; fought ) ,y Si QfF'WP1 : before diving Swim when
against 'brother for the' cause lIIIa.t these places. for coffee and one does not believe he cannot be clucking about her feet for the fallen kernels rested and not overheated Incase

each thought was right.; Ice cream''and a stretch. As Bill 'his with the Southern.} BeU Tele- scripturally baptized. This eliminates I In her kitchen the;kettle bubbles with two quarts water. She '

The friendship and hospitality, was inquiring, about a telephone phone Co., who had come Iii for infants arid untaught persons I puts la the cobs They,Doll S* ,minute. When It haa.Simmered tows of trouble, try to stay-
Enfant not lost and do not need calm face-up floatIng
observed and enjoyed in Pa. on this ythert. he, might can his nephew, coffee and doughnuts. They enjoyed are to about S cups oC Juice, she strains tt*pink liquid. Then she adds a box assume a
to be In safe position, keeping
coffee and doughnuts together for saved.'They are a con your
trip convinces this writer that In ,James ; eaK1.'PresIdent; of Mid about thirty minutes and then on i dition. Sin Is what'' separates. I of powdered pectin and I caps of sugar. This she bolls until. ,It ha* reached hands under the waters' and
there is North land Construction" he heard *
reality no nor deep, a '
; from God,'and infants have not sinned that mysterlou* "Jelly; point" moving the feet and hands!
the outside Bill took pictures of .
South down in the human heart,but voice from behind saying what are :
James. In Romans 6 17 we read, "But (Dip a 'Into the and le.t'lt niltv.erI:{ lowly]
s Bffl was glad It happened : spoon syrup
brothers In Christ. you :tlpfng( here;,VMW Bill. He looked When stage stream
One sign'common all albng'tG' ,around;'and'.beheld) !":his nephew this way for;he diden't want to God be thanked, that' ye. were the the jelly reached, the syrup will stop flowing, in a A water skier should be in

way on this entire triple ''Stoo for 'James and/'a friend of .tome. through"Columbia: without servants of sing but ye have obeyed and divide into two distinct drops that will" run together, and leave the good physical condition and

top" .jj), 'gent. calling Jantes:neither did he wantto from the heart that form of doctrine spoon in a single flake or sheet. ,At this point a thermometer will register should practice the basic maneuvers '

f s.z-:; ,-, --: hold the"rest UD while going by which, was delivered you, being 220 degrees! F. at sea level.) ,t,' .' f' before adding advanced -
J t' his business then made free from sin ye became -Wear
place of<< ',.J looking for skills a life Jacket
skims off foam and the
;;Morgan into
any; pours Jelly.qukkly
pam..rr.fart.t.ar--mgrssgas-7 him. the servants of righteousness' Rom ot belt. In I little sterilized jars She ,sticks a neatly typed f label. 'on.her Jar and
SEND, FOR I: From Columbia Southto 10:10 says "with the heart man belIeveth with the skis and signal the
i we
came on
Allendale S. C. where unto righteousness' so that glues a cross-section of a corncob, on the top. "It'* taste is between observer all is' 'wef, Ski only
i I.. back on U. $. 301 and continued we got on act of obedience must be of faith. 1,i apple and plum," she say's. "And it"s about the'only use, I know for acorncob' I during daylight hours and hare
par The scriptural subject for baptism -
to Statesboro.; Ga. for lunch again a safe and saneNONFROSTIrlO [._

) If II' at a.Howard Johnson's Restaurant Is a believer who has, repented I I .-, .-_, __ u____ '
of his past .lnI'and has confessed
a.j From. her we,came by Jacksonville :
\ ItJ. Christ to be the'son of God (Rom.10 ,. .
:to deliver 'Bob to his sweet I .,
I family who gave t him a loving( wel- 9-10; Acts 238.: No one else can be '"...,."'.......;.< 'r .r ": .
FLORIDA-AND'IT* .. come home. Bill and Harry then hit scripturally baptized. It also makesa I t!*(jd"'1' ?11ff -.. '
_. .. creat.cltterence why one is baptized. '
+ Interstate ; : ,
10 for-home also
'I : r :; thejMtocvfounfJ,aloving, welcomeby ...The act has definate purpose. ,; pJ\: ., -t.t .. ... "' ..,:.,,. j' ....r.. .J; ...
Peter, edjh apo.ueahad .
those,they love most. ,S ij "
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,was wonderful ,
a trip or,2.2GO : :: .
..,'t* yew'1w'fsaier't Csnllfoti C1s.vsM 1lsl. ... miles lIee.ren'were: prtefed In their hearts ::
rich beauty, .
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: and:cried
j. 'f'.' ... 'All'.. friendship and tau't( aim .out.; "Wn'and brethern ; ,
ta 1t J.'II' fellowship
.. r : what haH.we'dbfj.The statement l 'Fa' 'O' 1 .; /'.: : ':
God .
through gracious q'"l'
love < 11fh
'- .. ,' ':\, that they were prided in their heart ...." 'J. 'j. ; ,
continue to glve.ua atrengjth,' courage : ..: +1,1 .p" .;"
I NOTICE OF TAX SALE shows that the preaching had made '
and a never dying'desire and t. '. ,
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believers of these Jews Now these You the labels '. ; ,dt : t t. \t :,
determination to put Him first In ( can always see ). .t f. !.f. :
I Notice\ ,is,hereby given that on,the 5th day of June. 1964, at the hour oftwelve our lives that we serve fel- relievers were told 'Repent and be }., t':.' ,,'L. I
may our ,
,o'clock.moon, at the c courthouse in the County of Hamilton; State low 'man and Thy Kingdom more 3e\ptized, In the name of Jesus E. l "
Christ for the remission of sins : r. ;
ot Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described tully than ever. Acts ,.', ,
238. Romans, 6:17-18: "
lard to pay the amount due for 1963 taxes herein set opposite the same, stances ,, surrounding all cases of that they must obey from the heart says i1.! ',.
baptism in the New '
', Testament
together r with all costs of such sate and all advertising.DESCRIPTION that form of' doctrine. The death '
burial :and resurrection of Christ.
S. T. B. Acres :OWNER And icing then and not before then. ti

H'acre more or lm made free from sin "Ye becamethe

dicrlb In O R.'8ok STOCK'CAR servants of righteousness Theurpose'of 3
41 pao 41. ..i I IN IUD 14 Sammy Stephens A being#lade free from
.. :. Wife .
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Rr1,7l. saD ....w$3' 24' 'um'' U I Haoraf Johns Brow ,,_.,., .....11r to walk' In1 newness of .. -
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H acre t4 of BWU!
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r pas NH .-.. 11 tit 14B11B : U Abr.hera'Bha.k. ___., $11.71 'RACESVALDOSTA Christ to be a newlcreature'and: we
1 aer*1*. Cow ofBH
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., I Wlf* .,.,-- Ion t :v* have been'scribturally baptized ," ;

.. J? ra$4 into Christ (Gal.-13:26-27 Romans
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of N% of th. NW$. of 4 6: 3-6)), We must therefore have the 4 (Kttp spire bowl once In the freezer)

I fl J o.8BH n. Book M terlb4, 43 pegs' In$,110 '''iN' ,Jill 10 U C Darby A '. right actIon one ia'sc penjh.v: and baptized.purposebefore / ...

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"1 '!:/',! "'.. you aren't interested, ( room for food) I I U S r'f '

,ge11 of of Nw :fl NWt4 11 ,3a till It.r, ; ,1t,; S Heirs! 8.11 SAT. _NICHT but in a number 'of Europeanareas

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m burned up 55 billion gallons of t p ,'
i'ot Nate: '_ IT 'N UB le J\. D.Vrl Ott-.
10.1Sti FROST
gasoline in 1960.How's mileage
of mo" of NEtt3N UEI 3Stagg(. Thensas Heirs $1018 Special Race your I t
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*f O*. Vrct. lot 111. ,t O oxr> RajamS 17.14O1r This' Saturday ? 300 years ago it was ;
,I 3/th.Dlst of Lowdata t fairly< common practice for physicians

'%&3SSfrW: S:' ..' ,''1 .a" ', 100 LAP to try to cure a: stomach-

l .......t I nra'Msv* HE 14 JohU 010&1' J1al..na, $IS.41 ache by straddling the patient's
: I' LATE MODEL middle and bouncing1 up and EVER !
8ar _.
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Lot I ., Blk. 10, 0. C. .: IMSIS S down In case you haven't . ..
d 11', Bnr. -__ sal SN JIll "I', J.,7')Z(Carl.- 41 RACE noticed, there Is 1 no post- ftlce .. g .>/

All of the following u>4 A);'"? .'''' abbreviation for Alaska.

; LJ llJ:It\Hamnt.a b, bed fAY" W ;. l' x''r' VALDOSTA Sponsored JAYCEES' by fie If.you've gotten(\the feeling of : ei. A '" \t'NEtt : .. mine NEW ,..

? .:Iox DUlola OD II bp purple ,' a., being saddled with a huge. Impossible : 'LUCKY ; NON-FROSTII4O ELECTRICS (
rroad 1"4"1' from Jasper to laundry or cleaning, fJ Kl )
l.'j Valdosta I, "N .JlII 114 Mackey W, Saab Ia... Admlulon _$3.00 throw oft the yoke: declare your : ...\ 'S P Your work(will be lighter*-meals 't l..:': wL: ,'. .

/ 8teph.aslielk IN JIm I O..OD 0&41 i freedom. There's solace and aid JO,lv lale1 .. brighter with a new non-frostingelectric ,. \"'.",. t ::.,

Lot 11 a. corned ''a D. B, wu. Is.U .t Jasper Laundry and Cleaners.. .,.r 1ar. fefrigerator freezer ';;,1''$ .

1 J : pcep I.Blk 411 -;i';' I IN JIll "K&aa.tl. Baker $371y New AntennasWith Ifs fast, easy,efficient and cc- ;. C' a D fill ....-,f'a :;: ,New styles art roomier on the Inside. "

0( ) Minis lIune, v. IS um y,8. Do Roberta iS. modern equipment and to work.do all You'II your .. 'JVII" la wgm aN;:::rep""1. \ slimmer on the outside .
cleaning laundry
t. r. 111.11 30 ft Pole wonderful >':::.as. :5- f ..and never a sign of frost.
never believe the : '
,;,:'.. w4{ .f lot 3 of Bile 1 t II 11116 8atbl..a L 1L Du"- '11'1 till "
n.. part ot lUlL ..1.as till try.It __tfIII '
instalkll satisfying results you N e e Yes, fI(1ttOll can cross defrosting .
rMOrcle4 0. JIJooII: f, f :::1o like .
: 'l'pat.asioH.at, i make it tomorrowt day off your calendar.. .spend more '
....... / the look of work and the .
1 4' 'passers. S IN UII 0.11 Ltre Issorasce the .
.1. .f Company ..-...-..+ $11,11 $29.95 looks of:your fat wallet when you .time enjoying Florida Going; : ',/
1 Ut 11 _
Lot $ 11
d IN UII ..
,4 Josa
J\af'IIIQ 11.11
....t I of,BIlL. 0 Rll.ys :! are though: tans and see for .. ... Mr .tk. sf kcasw4ledsuf..,
stab ,'II IN UII w 3.p;i 8&410 Cox'. $s.n This week' household hint: .1': fir'. ''>
Lsas t, f 1 i asg.T.'Y.Shop .
.7 .., lisac 10i letl of Mustard stains can often be removed ftB.
INk. T'n;: IN' UP 1\6 JJ.Da --Lll by rubbing shampoo dl- IrLAfUDA POWE: CORPORATION
a 1NsN 1 fail.gtrC.a: .:.,. /L/t
,' ,Lora3l.s. 1 sic1n lu 8 ,. Do 8&41. Co. _- =31.71 PhoaaTZXETHONE rectry on the stain and letting it 'i !
stand for a few minutes. M-sua..aaeareaw, '
DAN >4RA3W Il, Tu Collector, BamItoa 0IaI7J 1M-UU eta -

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Friday.-May- -29. 1964. ..J'.HE JASPER NEWS_. JASPER. FLORIDA I .I. __ .. '' r.- PAGE SEVENBURNHAM
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; NEWS I" 43 Graduate Jennings :High To : Mrs: Sandra McDonaldMrs.
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By ;. IPZIPnuxlrlFrien P \ McCauley i
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: ..... 4 I''" U ." ., 'Fr ii JspertIigh: Graduate 27' :Tues, CIne RoUnaon'.(col) '
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Union of a.part of witha 1i N :orr'H "" On Mday{ June James
'pile.:mind '' '\ THfe""COUNTY 7UDda'A! 'The C1MJM JasperXrW'order not I Jennings High ,'School' Com. ,I Dampier (
part of ,another people are friends Ji t'.( COURT IN AND FOR "' less thanW/roWk"tyttnden for mencement: Exercises begin with 'a ,PATIENTS IN: HOSPITAL NOW J..L. McOalne in spots rLORUa.T COUNTY, each deUycll: X : ,Jasper Hindi School baccalaureate baccalaureate service Sunday eve' MM. Ruby Williams Bessie Mae Thomas (col.)
.George. Santayam. IK JUIh.Eitat of TheqJf/anincil reserves theright services will .be held this Sunday ring May 31 in the High School Mrs. VIctoria' Hunter Mrs. Katheryne Pryor
CHARLUB Doe.aimi.O. MeGHIX' ,. to accept the lowest and for evening, May 31 In the First Baptist auditorium. The graduation exercise Mrs. Lucille Hester Mr. and Mrs Kenneth D. Robe
Mrs. J, S. Burnham'spent several >NOrtCE TO CHKDITORS: best bid and reserves the rlgttttoreject Qiurch. and Graduation on Monday also In the school auditorium Mrs. Sara Jackson are parents of a baby girl, Janet
days in Jacksonville with her CHARUBO All r tcO :N.th: utt*are any/or at bids for the best "June 1. ,In the school auditor will be held on Tuesday evening, William McGhln Lee born May 21, in Hamilton Memorial -
aonand .
family Mr. and Mrs. Hal-
hereby aouaed tad r.euir.d to interest of the City of Jasper. ium. June 2. at eight o'clock. Mrs. Ann Johns Hospital.
Ian) Culbreath and baby. any calmo .e demand. aha;; Reverend I
which ROBERT ILJTSK The Sayer Canova will Wltmer Tomlinson
Annaree will
Hiers play the
The Burnham. ::clei of he comfy Judas i;fls: the II *. Cry''Manager bring the Invocation on Sunday; Mr. at the Baccalaureate processional on Frank McKlnnonMl MAJOR LEE ON OKINAWA

ion Club met with Home Mrs.Den Hary onstrat Way I ton horn.Conn/at *Mp.r.. riorkU.Florida U, th within. Court-.lx Harvey Oehlert win sing a solo, Sunday evening. Invocation will be AlfordCOARID Army Staff Sergeant Major Lee
enbaker, St., Friday, 22 (*> 0&1..4&1'.monthi from the data INVITATION TO BID ON' there will be a pastoral prayer by by> Rev. Earl Deas,.and Rev. I. T. : Jr.. 43, whose parents live on Route-
May at of th* ant pvbllcaUoa ot this aoUe. 'OASOUNC the Reverend Truett Comer, an Carter will deliver the baccalaureate James A. Drake 1. Jasper. Fla., was assigned to the
2.30: Mrs. Joe Howell Each claim '
p-m. Presi- or demand
mat bo
dent, presiding. Mrs, White wriunr and th* place .f AND MOTOR 00. anthem by the Glee CUb. The baccalaureate address. This will be follow. Tanner Stewart 3rd Artillery on Okinawa May 7.
gave fj ld.n.. 4ft1\arc;; addr*** of Sealed ,bids will be received at sermon will be delivered ed by the benediction by Rev. N.M. L. J. Johnson Sergeant Lee last stationed at Ft.
't enjoyed .group tfeliclous. Itwas bta* claimant dMaamnat and'bie faatt b.rats cwon to ,thq.Gty.HaJL.Jasper! Florida un- by the Reverend Norman Booth. Rowell and the recessional. Mr. John Glenn Walker Bliss, Texas la now a missile elect.
refreshments by. all the Cording tora.y. or to It law.will b::: void. .= '((11 -00'noon: ,"Saturday,tJon*.30.L964. ''aT"he"'gi'adilidiori'tierelset.-wDUbC ttoberv''lbtich4orr-wfU-sing:Avocal PATIENTS .DISCHARGED. conic technician Battetyf of the

hostess This were Cub .disbands served by tmtiSeptember. the tEDtu this. tII 11th' day .f Apf14 on the following items:' largely, in the hands of the Seniors. selection during the program. "w IINCE'IAST' WEEK* ,**.....- 3rd Artillery's 8th! Missile Battalion.
GASOLINEL Nell DedK wU bring the invocation Mrs. Maude Prescott
Tuesday evening Miss Barbara He entered the Army in October
I /tratrlx H.of McOhta Oi. .tatl,.Admlato Clt Approximately 4,500 gallons of Pl'8iir. Sharon Bennett a Pearman will play the processionaland Mrs. Valarie Robe 1942.
MI'n Monte CHAJUJB a MoQHIN. D.- Premium Hi-Test Gasoline at the welcome by Matt Marable and sal recessional Rev Jim. Webb
Mr. and Joe Morganof I ... '
Pompano, spent the weekend Idaf 16. II, U. 3n.' II nit.04.. City iraE,grounds.: i utatory by David Bembry. Pola will ask the Invocation.. Glenda
2 Approximately 6.000 gallons 3ardy win a solo and Bonnie
with their Mother. Mn. Annie Morgan s/ng/ Wheeler will welcome the guests, .
IJIr THE COURT or TRE of regular gasoline at the City Hall Jones will address the cans, followed Harry Pennington win deliver the
lllsn tmtlW.t .t. '
.,. TON rounds.[ by a,solo by Charles 0Caln. lass address. "The End of a Perfect *
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Mr,"and 'Mrs.. Ralph Cunningham R., Kittle of Bids shall be; tank wagon prices, Hazel Ktapp will rive a poem, Day" is the title of a talk by
,ipent Saturday and Sunday 'in:De 'THEIO1A LBWIS. delivered to the City Hall grounds., then M. I. Powell wiO make some i Mrs. Billy Beck. Miriam Howell 'J "flu" tanttWs ,
Land with their son-ire-aw and dau- TO ALL CREDITORS AND on demand, and shall show the Exempt awards, followed by the Valedictory wil .lhave..the .valedictory address "
ghter Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Lam SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR PER.DE. Tax. The successful bidder addles by JJcrry Smith. Mr, ,Pow Superintendent.Harry T Reid who l
bert. WANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE! I shall supply'and install all neces- ell will )present the class to. Supt. 1 I will award the diplomas, will be l it TIME at 1
,. jetlfled TOil and.d .ell required of y.u to present are hereby any dry pumps and tanks at a specl- Harry T. Reid, who will present introduced by Mr. J. W. DeVane.
Mr Maxie Mathls and Steven claim and demand which you, or lied place en the City:' Hall grounds Ute dipbrnasr After the hi! I... The program will fruwith a tone
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either of you mat hare artlmit the AN bids shall'shOw the octaneatftg'bf tJon R v.hr:;
were up from Gainesville, spending Pilafs of Thelma Lewi' deceaied. I ''. by' Jack'Cbx, the class willing diction by : Rogers and
Saturday, night and Sunday i 0..00.'of. County, to the County .tIe"r1isollne.MarDR the Alma Mater. the Recessional.
Hamilton f OIL M8TELO
ou.ty'Florlda The public !is Invited to .4
with their parents and grandparentsMr. at 111. offleo In tho court haws of ln Police .' gradtja '
min -oil is for the
use lon"servfces
.ald T County_ at Jaiper Florida, within .
,and Mrs. Bert Zipperer and !1
Pia I."clar monthe from the time C I "the.Flrw,7rucks, and all City t Bpadou teoeuL tutu* fflcUncUt. an )aft
Mrs. A. L Mathis. of the lint.publication of this ." motorized equipment, to be deity JASPER SENIOR! 4-H GLIJB tiiiMiiiM n Ma 1 + At1at Two cop I. of each claim or d.maid .. '
hall be In writing, and shall .tat. erect on demand at the City Hail IEETS IJ' p1A .sw.d1o, TY..TIII
Mr. and Mrs. James Blair spent the place of re.ld.nce and poet office } f.. __ ., .
Florida. Bids requestedon The J.s.pet'
Jasper, I Senior H Club
I add,... of tho elahnaal. and was
Saturday and Sunday in Daytona worn to by the elaJmaat. b..shall. sasni be delivery in 1-quart. cans and/or I I"called to-order by Don Wethering- I .Dtocttr oa..di iQ BMto4lMol 0 IbItaaruat
Beach, Florida with their son and or attorney and aecompaaled by a; :55 gallon drums: ton"at.1:40..'We opened the meetingin GEt 0 CoeIda z.oua 0 ......toK Toiler Baa, .
family. Mr. and Mrs. James' Adral fixing fee of one dollar and snob I dURNED4
Blair. lalm_lot or demand .net eo filed shall.be HYDRAULIC; OIL the A,. bulldlre A. L. Miller 1-_ 49 PtttlM 0 H ao4 KBtartalnBMnt Ptotramfl
--- 'HORACE O. LEWIS As ad: This oil to be used in an Hydraulic read the minutes and they were approved O JUst minute tram to* facu4 ]
,Miss: Margie Dees* of Jacksonville : mlntetntor of tits EiUt* of Equipment pi the City of Jasper There was. no old businessand the special guests, who attended the d01naton obopp 0 BZAflOKABUB BATS
THKLMA LEWIS deceated eliverrtl demand at City Hall also no new business.
on meeting. They were people Intereit-
I rlrat llth. .
spent Sunday at home with publlc tlo MT n...
herparents Mr and Mrs.,Corbett May II II II. .1... i, ltlt Jasper, Florida. Bids requested on I Don reported to the Club the ed in agriculture. They were from Oa tbtl wwWy islet
De. -- delivery in 5-gallon cans and/or 53,events that went on at the District I i Viet Nam, Iran, Ecuador India, fMMM WMhItlJ
LVlTTATIOUr TO BID ON gallon; drums :and State Events Day. He also commented 'and Thlaland. Mr, Andrews gave
Mt. andMrs Joe Sullivan attended LIQUID CHIJORIM; [ All bids will show brand name of on the newly combined out phamphlets to Don and Jerald r IOUTH ATLANTIC Aft
Church at Corinth Primitive Baptist Sealed bids will te; received ttthe (Coil for which the bid Is submitted. Charles Pafford gave a report to give to' guests and member: MltONi/" }:
Church in Madison County Sun City Hall. Jasper, Florida un- ,I Bids shall be for annual period on hogs. Billy Morgan gave a dem I It Is called "Goodbye Mr. Roach"He t ,
day., tU: 12:00: nocn Saturday, June 20, I I beginning Jut;- 1. 1 &*- Bids shall. onstratlon on Entomology insect I also explained the rope halter.
954, to supply the following (itemfor show alt discounts councils. > Afterwards each member stood up BEACHfLOHIDA
Mr .and Mrs. S. M. Morgan and the annual period Julyl 1964 The City Council reserves the collecting equipment. David Smith and told what projects he hd. Thenwe
Children of Jacksonville spent Sun' to June :30. 19W right to accept the lowest and/or gave a report on his corn project. I had a questioning, period for '
day with their' Mother and Grandmother LIQUID CHLORINE best bid and reservei the right to The program was then turned guests and the meeting adjourned. I : .
Mrs Annie Morgan Approximate'y' ,60CO' :: Its of Liquid reject any/or. all bids for the best over to Mr,Andrews, He introduced Reporter, Dennis Smith .- ,. :',1
. Chlorine to be delivered in interest cf the City d Jasper. -
r Mr. 'and Mrs. Don DeLoach- and 100 lb. cylinders on demand, atClt'o ROBERT H. FISK, ,.'; "

children of Madison County had dinner Hall. Jasper Florida. City Manager. I'
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'parents Sunday:Mr. with and Mrs.Mrs.David DeLoach'Keel- I FPUBLIC .8A JtuE >/$
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log and family.. SSS'Rev l NOTICE, HEARING Ht4H:; .

andMrs. Ollle Farnutn and If. Notice is hereby, given that the City of Jasper .,
son and Mrs. I. L. Hart and son of # ..
Jasper visited Mr. and Mrs. George- ,:Iperid .will.hold a,Public)Hearing, on. its proposed ;: ; .. ., .. !" .. ..r n"c.a., "

Young Sr.V Sunday,afternoon. I9&-65 'budget on J Monday (Night, June .I 1 i ,

PATRICK GARDINER IN HAWAII 1963 at 7:30'p.m. ,in' the\\City'' Hall Building, for ty

the purposjfo'ftgiving; any interested persons an.opt i I '
: ..Captain Patrick J. Gardaer, ion t r.a e r Sl m .yet utt _
portunity to-be heard fororagainat.the: .estimate of :' II
of Mr. sad Mrs.' Paul E..Gardner
t of New England, N. D., baa arrived any item''. thereof. -. '. '

for duty with Military Air Transport ovr I i rI
Service (MATS) unit at Hlrfcam at


..Captain Gardner, a navigator, pre FOR THE CITY COUNCIL I
vtoo ly sened at Dover AFB. Del.
His new unit support the MATS -

I' mJMkm. of providing global anrllft ,, ... 4

ment.of U.',8.,'.njHItary force and equip *,,a ZONING ,CHANGES *4-: alky surfaces I liouonda

The captain, who was commissioned Jot PUBLIC HEARING ,

la ISM upon completion of the ... \ .
at the College) of M. Tboma "" oi
program l A Public Hearing will be held before the' Jas ,
.._ ?degree l. political science.: HU wife, per' Planning* .and 'Zoning ,Board, on, Thursday,
Florida. '"' June -1.I' 964._ at 7:30p.m. at the Jasper City

Harriet, la the daughter of Mr. sad Hall to consider the following -' \ Lo

Mr. Kirby Wells of Rio I, Jasper, I.. Petition ,to change Lot I 1. Block 28, CaldWell'a ,

Survey from R-IA to R-2, with permissionto
park' a;:house. titriler 'on said lot located'on 2nd PftTSU1 .
i y Army" Specialist Four James' C. ,....1,
Street and 7th Avenue, N.W. Said trailer to, .be con-.: I ,
whose Sarah, lives .
Wright 26, wife ,
at 908 Carver St, Fayettevllle, N. netted to utilities and occupied. ...
CA was assigned to the U. S. Army You must be present to voice your objectionor '

Tr potation. Group on Okinawa, non-objection to this petition. E ENING SKY J forl longwlastiigteauty 1s 11r

May:12. 2. Petition to change Block 109 and Block 112 ,, "; f '
Specialist Wright, last stationed .. fronxR-IA R2 with I t y
Lang's Survey to permissionto
at Fort Knox. Ky,is now 'a truck .r
driver in the group's Headquarters parka house trailer on said lots Said, trailer to WAS $7.95

Company. "' '. '.< be connected to utilities and occupied. '
A former student' at .Zee"Iilgh' 1 You: rqust 'be! present9to'voi Jour: objection .. fr m $4.98 !
School in Jasper, Florida SiJNsPROO
employed by the Suwannee Block or non-objection to' this ,petition. ILILLIAN "'$5:98Arn'erica

.Co. .in Live.Oak:, Fla.. before entering BEMBRYCity "

the Army in September 1961. Clerk It ,.. r' .. .. r''N ..
His mother Mrs. Vadie L. Wright '
lives Jasper, Florida. s Finest House PaintBeautifiesT
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'I / Jim fIlNb.J' One Covers/ Nsi u$ WAS $7.98 ,

IRaulItilyafat( rf liu }PotttilvcaaMdinetf 4:' .

every SQfurdaU......... IS WASH IT' AGAIN .AND t? : from $3.98 to $5.98per'gallon. ;

,. lt1d eHur.TloIudayt &htltidags AGAIN WITHOUT HARM

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