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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: July 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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PRICE I Oc PER COPY- $ .OOPER YEAR HAMILTQN COUNTY. JASPER. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1964''' VOLUME 94 NUMBER 28

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MobUeX-RaylJni: :;Evans'' Products Proper Use Of Comments From Interstate t


ToBeHereln .. Has Record S tes Tobacco Marketing\ County Assessor 01 Ceremony PlannedFor


August t Evans Products ',Company,, d- Cartis 'Stressed: Taxes Hamilton''

M ; ', ".. versified,prqdgceo utd .distributi {Clyde PaynesASCS' County:Offici i ju ,tvWf J' -e ,.*.- -"* + *"'*# ir..*, '' *** ... !

The Hamilton County JIealtb of building .materials:' and man- Manager' reminds flue-cured; tobacco Much .concern In the Sme of! The final segment of Interstate

Department wishes to announce facturer of transportation equal that their ASCS Florida since a decision by Judge Highway 75 will be opened on Fri,I'
Itinerary for the, ment,. today announced record sa growers Sam Smith and upheld by the Fla.
the following marketing card number must,, beby' day July 24th, when Governor Cry
Mobile X-Ray unit which will be 1 inI lea and earnings for the first half Supreme Court"on July 1, 1964 pert -
recorded the
warehouseman on ant cuts the ceremonial ribbon
in Atgust. (of 1964. lnlagilDlOO per cent of Just value
for three days ,
our county, the floor sheet prior to the time the Was near WTkhvood. Florida/ the 6-
Net earnings rcse to $2.342,000 on -, releajRl to the press. I
.
tobacco la offered for sale.
point where Interstate the
Thursday.. August, 6, 1964, Jew;- 'sales and other revenues of'58 r.'J'Ns..minder. Is, being\ given It Is the opinion ot this Assessor Sunshine State Parkway; Joins I. ,
1 to 007000 for' the ptttad ending June that the AOMtltuttort calls for a
Ings Post Office from 1jOO.pn. ( ,
since f tobacco is
moving to''the< < (( aU The will begin at,8 00
4-00: p. m. .Belleville Voting Pnttnct ?- 30, 1964, cafipuwwith earning warehouses Ju rvaluejb taxable propertyand program
ofIh7p960''sales and other re- for sale beginning July underfthe:statutes of Florida a. m, at the Intersection of State .' -i :<
7.00
to nv
5-00 m. : p. "
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; Oyde-suasest* that the rvdes* 1..
Friday August 1, Bametts Dm venues',of 966.194,000 for the An wfcy'ta'meet thJs'1'f'qulrernent"' : to that JUSTMVALUE is atlll left to Road Number 6, and Interstate 75; ,r',

,Store, White Springs, 1040 to 1:00 half of 1963. Per share earnings, eard'at'the' the discretion of the' elected constitutional in Hamilton County at which time
present the marketing
and at the,Health Department. I In based on 1,539,158 'shares outstand warehouse at the time each lot of ,';/'ax Assessor'offices. the Governor will meet with Weeks t0 'Go

Jasper 2.-00: to 5:00. log June 30, 1J6.j! rose to- $152, from tobacco is weighed in. Farmers This offlj 4; is in no way interestedIn friends and local officials to unveila ;,

Saturday August 8, 1964, Jasper Jl.02 a year earlier. who have someone else deliver changing: }the Homestead ExemptIon sign denoting: the communitiesof
Park In front of Courthousi Earnings before taxes rose more< law or any! other qualified exemption -
:Qty their tobacco should be sure to sent Jennings, Jasper and White
1:00 and 2:00 to :5:00 .. dramatically ((239 per cent) from their I awe '
10:00: to : card along with the person : I,Springs. For the Time of Your Life!
It has been two years since ,the $1,877,000 in 1963 to $4,492.000 this: doing the delivering for them. still have; a few Inequities In The procession will then travel ;
Unit visited our County,and tar credits during 1963, whereasthe values in our but that is the .:\ ,
Mobile Regulations will not permit a county, on to Lake City where similar ceremonies \':\ ,,, AT THEHamilton
we hope to have an excellent turn earnings for the fist six months waretwiseman to offer for sale any ultimate goal of your assessor to will take place; then to '.

out. The X-Rays'are free and this :pf 1964 were fully taxable. lot of Tobacco until, the serial numb jet these changed to reasonable Gainesville, and other counties 'along County Fun Festival
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will be the only time this unit will Commenting on the first half re r of the farmer ASCS marketing values. Whether our real estate \ ::-
the route 'of the Interstate,
suits, Mbnford A. Orloff, president, values are 100 cent or 20 ,01, .
be here this yer. card is shown on the office copyof per percent the
with
procession terminating
stated that the company expectsthe the warthouseman's floor sheet of cash value, this Assessor "BEAUTY PAGEANT 8:00 P. M. \
We urge everyone over 18 yean present high level of "activity feels[ that is JUST VALUE. near Wildwood.The ,v
I The county office manager also J'' a ,1\\i' Friday! 7th
of age except expectant 'mothers i to continue in all three of its dl- day of ceremonies win mark August
cautioned growers to inspect their As you hove seen Inthe past four \1
to take advantage' ot, this oppor partlcurlary that the, Tmnsportat the: final stage of the building.and .
card after each sate to-see thaf all years when! a value on real estate
tunity.. The :x.rays will reveal any ion Equipment! Division,'with head entries are"'correct'and report'':any vas not Just or equitable. It has signal the completion of Interstate FU(4( ,(FESTIVAL-10:00: a.m. til 11:00 p.m.
chest abnormalities such as enlr&ed quarters at Plymouth,- Mich, currently re. '
errors Immediately to the ASCS been cRanged' We will continue to \ Saturday Auguat'6th
hearts tumor etc; enjoys it* largest backlog of All citizens of our county are invited
county office and tobe sure to return lo this for:*Ol our citizens.
,We hope ,all food handlers, all orders in '.*nyWars/ the card to the county office Since several tax payers have to be present at the Hamilton ,gJn The JASPER CITY PARK

potential health card holders will Evans Product} mpany's other when all their tobacco: has been asked wheq'we would assess, on a County ceremony and then proceed .. ,v\\,1'*

mice this a 'must. It you are under two manufacturing divisions are marketed Complete Instructionsare 100 per cent cash: value basis, I with the group to the other common Sponsored by the

18 years of age and will need a physical the Plywall Division at Corona, contained. on the reverse side bought; some comment to the pubic Sties to the aouhEXAIANGE mi1ton'County' Chamber of Commerc ,
California, and the Building Materials : ,
examination for entering college -
) of the marketing card. regarding my specific views .
obtain a permission slip from Division at Portland. Marketing cards will be mailedto vould be In order ... "

),our doctor, and,present it to the The three: ,divisions. operate 16manufacturing' farmers on July 24. J1964. F. Kenneth Tuten, I CLUBS'DISTRICT ON --
radiologist. plants and. thirty- County AssessorW.JViJuTMeeting GOVERNOR TUB GENE SANOtXVS. HERE First Class FinishesAt
nine distributions centers in the -0' ANNUAL VJ&TT
If you miss the Unit In your vie( From Florida. Notes State News,! \
United States and Canada: USDA Names
Pity," please contact It elsewherein July 18, 1964 Florida Times Union.I Gene SandUn and wife, MAttie Lake.City Jr Col. \

the Toledo, Ohio, July 17 Robert
eountr.FlorIda -
r ,Local Tobacco Gene' Jr. and Kirby Graduation of the charter class of
< \and two sons ,
Pardon: 'Us Ladies The W f\M U ot the Suwaimee Black lit Gainesville Fla, has Lake City Junior College and Forest

InspectorsFederal Association' will meet Thursday been appointed district governor of II from Artesla. New Mexico are Ranger School will be held July
Crown
We' certainly did .not mean' to July 30th at 10 O'clock with the exchange; Clubs In Florida District visiting\ th parents, Mr. and Mrs.. [24 on the campus at eight o'clock -

slight'y0ut! We 'do invite 'and encourage tobacco inspection at the Westwood Baptist Church of Live 1, it was announced today by Mrs p. m
L. Sandlln and Mr and
}Bguty;: Contest you to Join in the:fun I Jasper, market this season will be Oak, Florida. Jefferson Dtckey national presl, Kirby Interested people from the Florida

Attnoinced seems only filing that the women ,under the supervision.. of C.' R. The speaker for the day. will be' dent. The Exchange dubs ol Jorgen llr prorsen: Live Oak for, Crown area will join the many
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"ASP" ?.:. !, ., .. ........ <, a.__' shopld.wgsr.t. *I,[...' bonnets"; jawpossibly Crews,_1' .. .. ,' Miss tHeiw_!Masters, a Florida Daytona,Beach, Gainesville; Jack. about two: weeks.. out-of-.tate guest who annually i
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'ft' ;: \'en'anold-Um6 dress 1 11:: "' WT gdTtf: of4llr :.: 'J./ _
M irae"fo'1ItgrPlri Cbnvtile and wit
.The!liaieant"Comritite of the of Agriculture,inspect s1farary fr South J.cktonv11le'wtbe |) :'P lion
Department
they have one, alone with the beard msrnbers'are &Jnoni', the'seven cluba In the
All to be
urged
'Florida: Crown Couocil? of Chamber in promoting the, ors recently/assigned far the cur pre ,. .
crowing men. district. '
ant. this as there will i j
at meeting
Commerce has juat'tmnarnced that rent safes season to the Jasper: mar f t '
'plans are now ,completed ,for the Hamilton County Fun Festival !ket th TohCe Division of USD be installation of officers for the Robert Is'the son of R..:L.:Black, connected with the.Continental Oil 'rntin of a gradutJon ;oommftfee
How :about itT Do I have a by which Iso Include Mrs. Marie Moo'
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Great .
the
4th annual Beauty Contest. ;A.'. Agricultural Marketing Service coming: year \" Jrt, of Gainesville and Company. )j ? v

The, 'Beauty.Contest ,will', again\ that bonnef needs;tucked an airing away? Or some an place old- j Other tobaccd:Inspectors assign \Mrs. Oytfe' *, Lashley, Publicity Nephew ham Black.of the, late Senator J.: ,Grsj'j'j re Keith, C.Wilson.Mooney' Wilbur'Bate*1 A ,

this year,be ,held)in ,Jacksonville fashioned dress? If not,1 don't let red to the Jasper market are: E. J. Chairman,,

Beach and, the ,date. )Is. Saturday: that stop you., Just stop at' the I Corbett and C C. Ilowjrd, -

August 29th. Home Demonstration Office in the Official grades for flue-cured tc I .. "
Registration blanks have been 'I Post Office Building and Mrs..Ded- hewn this season, except for .the [Commenf from the Capital' -
all Crown ,Chambers of 'and minor i
nailed to addition three grades
from .the office of Peter, Novak so will'assist you In cutting,a patter changes' of specifications for 'a few WHO'S DOING WHAT. .AND TO WHOM? ,. I
for a bonnet for you to sew,or f
: Secretary of, the, Crown Council: If'you prefer, she can' tell you other grades; will be the same>as: by Van Neff ,

Hamilton Gordon ,the President of last season'Crews said ,.
where a ready made". bonnet cane "
15 Council all The revised fast .
the county : : urges grades were '
.> purchased. '' r attack bombers) were actuallyso concerned a big government of going back home. "T1.e,ne .
Chamber of Commerce Managersto year to place more emphasis on Our government is supposedto
Our humble apology for not inviting from corrosion and contract (reported to be around worried too, over reports of
weak are
the forms bathing factor and to government of the pcopl -
rush be
and a
entry maturity as a quality mysterious crates of equipment
earller -we think it Is that they could off duringRight. IJ.G billion) for the production
you ; the people, for the snap
of their selected the by Russian submarines
more via
suit photo contestants an excellflffyjfdeaj/rhanks; for calling describe accurately quality Each time it happened, or a new aircraft Military and arriving *
''. to Herb Shelly, the Pageant So lets ,of"every l lot of tobacco, offered people.It only sensible then, another American crew faced a civilian ijert were convinced and quickly hidden.
Chairman. it to'our attention. for inspectIon. 'In the revision, atsunM seems that the people oughtto fiery' death in the Junfle. AndIt Boeing could do the job better away back in the Cuban mountain ,,'
those bonnets, ladles! to out of view of our U-2's.
.The counties that make up )he see. .a the,number'of grade was reduced be kept Informed of the problems has happened, at least six and McNamara cheaper.awarded Yet Secretary the contract Still* another trick that'part <:

Florida Crown are Alachua, Baker I from 173 to '15?. The three grade; that the government faces times. to General Dynamics. of the news-management. ap. '

Bradford, Clay Columbia, Dural, Chrisllii s'jf July : added this season.X5KL, X5KF, A and what'..beInl'' dons about job Why? Even Senator McClellan preach is the "advance fe ler" ,,
govsrnmtnt's "
Flagler. GtlchfUt; Hamilton Levy .X5KVV make the total number 160. tbun.It's make sure people are couldn't find out. The civilian or the calculated "news leak. +

,Nassau Putnam.St. Johns, Suwa\ The Methodist ,Youth ,Fellowship I Under the 1935 :Tobacco Inspect !kept Ihnink.to: whiz kids Jo the Department of' Let's 01\1'. .lthe e for the sake f
f milt- of impl ; President;
that ,,
of the First Methodist Church of tobacco -' the things Defense musxlea the top I.(
mee, and Union. 1. Iqn .Act growers of flue-cured .' "But is way tar,' mea fn the Navy'and Air, ,aad:his advisor "ninc
The contestant must be entered Jasper is having a Clothes Drive. first began using the USDA .are now! c Force.And the public Is.still In .:a'new soft-line foreign policy.
from one of These counties' and This means that we are collecting :inspection'' service \n 1936 Crew sit Is not The miserable fact the dark. : -. But before they, commit\ 1, them

may sponsored by a City, a old serviceable clothes to send to "14.. Dy,1940, the.; servke had spread is c\'Iir.n1 that the end people of an insidious are on the government rs Andsebat?about' the:Bobby they want torn idea of ,

County oi a Chamber of Commerce the needy children and adults In I :totM: ; than a third of the auction practice known as ,Baker cue How much of the what public reaction Howl Simple.they

There z Is no' .entry fee and the the overseas''countries. Each MYF marketl f In the flue-cured area "management of the MWS.! In whole story.do much you. really unless know you t They' get expect someone else J'!say, I
Not :
young ladies ,will 'be judged on ia our:district''wfll be striving to-' that extends from Virginia through: other word they art spoon-fed vtrjr to have access to secret someone like Senator Folbrignt?

beauty figure, poise and personality. yard this cause. We need YOUR the :Carolinas .and Georgia Into dosages of half-truths,lies.distortions 1 happen Information files kept under -to make a speech advocating I Ia t

help! If you have any old service! northern Florida. < Who's and even responsible outright T Usually, 4 lock and key in Washington.Yet oft" policy. ,

a The winner will be given the, ti. able clothes call me at '792-3865 I In May 1942, a general referendum high-tanking public officials here is a matter American of vital That Isn't way committed the Administration to any ,

''tie of "Queen of the Florida Crown' or> get in touch with our Methodist was held and passed for the re who, for reasons of their own, MNENIS if concern a matter to that every involves the Integrity thing. After all, they didn't say

,'..The, present holder of the Crown Minister. malnlng markets, but qualified inspectors insist they know best what'sgood ToRrI and honesty of high- It. Senator Fulbright did.What
'."title Miss Carol Kendall, will crown Thank You, weren't available for af for the public to know.various "'" UES ranking government officials.Strtngely .. they're doing is throwing

her successor at Jacksonville Linda Fennell, of the markets until the 1946 sea- Sometimes Their reasons it's to cover are up their enough, it's not straws into the wind. Except "

Beach on August 29th.Install'ation. Publicity Chairman laon. Beginning that season, all flue :own mistakes ,and bungling. only the public that s kept from that no one Is supposed to knowthey're J" '
Senate doing it. And as a reward -
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markets in the five states i Sometimes it help them sway Why? W.DL now ws'ra told the facts.Even the responsibilities for his cooperation, the f
I and
Department aid 'whose
'have had free and mandatory inpectlon public opinion towards Ideal by a State powers impeach Senator might find himself the f
Croft LicensedAs the broad to -
Mr. that weVe been fighting are
would be openly tol- "
.that never
Service service if titer want 'next Secretary of State. :
: t I ,, .ersUd. And sometimes it's to Vietnam war according to some) presidents i
Minister" In addition to U> free Inspect Iwiir I popularity and kind of "gentlemen's agree- to has difficulty In finding. out As a foliow- there's \
political
Baptist
Fulbrightrs visit, at
J' ment" with the Reds, and that what goes on in other branchesof Senator
Act
at Presbyterian (service the Tobacco Inspection !swing votes. the Not too long the request of the President to f ,
covered government.
Mr. Colbert Croft of Valdosta,, provides two closely) related serve But in case it adds up part of that agreement the Senate Subcommittee the UN Mediation HcadquaM ,,
\ ealculateaideaptton. the kinds of arms and aircraft ago,
Chfirch Ga: was licensed on Sunday July Ices. One Is,the market news ser< to sheer used la combs on Iliternatlual'BunUI ten at Cyprus. The Senator
of MW.IMD&e.men'.1n > hadorders ;{
POT xampU ,
19, as a Baptist Minister by the Goi: I f vice,and the other demonstration i an action left look at What's- more, U now seems asked a State Department em-, the President assured a, I
Rev. VanZant win be Church of'Val. best & the Reds hart been violating ploye Otto OUpka, some legUUmaU not to submit .snggts* '
c', The William, don'Street Baptist for farmers on the way to pre.pare what the public has been told- that of importanceto tions on behalf' of toe UnTud
*,*Installed the pastor'of the Jasper = dosta. their tobacco for market. or more important,=been the agreement ever lacs: the Subcommittee.questions Mr.Otep- States on how to settle the|

$ and, White Springs Presby- The church was observing Its 10th The market news service, Crews told-' about' Uw con 1867.But dldnt thsffw as from ,ka supplied the answers. As a Cyprus conflict. As It turned :

Merian.(\ Churches at a Joint service anniversary with a Home,Coming aid, enables growers and others flict., Although soldiers have our verbal) pledge! Apparently result he was promptly.firwl by out the Senator did haw very';' k 4j il
,there 26th, at 7JO: and dinner served tobacco oar rules his State Department superiorswho definite suggestions to make. r
Sunday, July p. Program was to' keep currently informed on been dying in Vietnam by the not. We stock to the thou
ideas where freeUons
m. Mr. VanZant has been serving at. the church, after the morning marketing.! Daily market,,reports hundred, official,rorernmaateonmianiqtMs even If it meant sending our were trying to State cover Department op.Da Any originated on Could sug iti J '
the
}''the two churches since August .of tet vice. The speaker of 'the" morn ,' prepared in each flue-cured have Wa varM, have bin Junked.and that sold for you suppose aocen't' know that it's have been the White House? ,r ;

:43963;: in a temporary relationship-,., ing'service was Rev, Neil Wilsonof belt for news media-carry"quotations purlingconflicting and literally part of the U. 8. government T Actually,the menace of managed '.

The service will be conducted bya Baltimore, Maryland, first pas. on grades representing around studded with and such"ho cliche fal" scrip Not years a very ago.'pretty story,Is itt The confusion over Cuba provides news is Just one part of e \'

commission of the Presbytery of tor of the church.: A service was offerings ,and .review the highlightsof as with"optimistic"th* "tltaatioa well in And it's not too difficult to u with another classic the government's to take over growing ID&ttera'th.t ,

'*'.' Suwannee of the Presbyterian held at 2:JO p. m. at which time theIln' ,the day's sales In addition, Imagine why the Administration sample of just bow much Administration the tendency are not Its legitimate concern
twisted.
Church in the United States.' Rev.E. Doctor Rodgers, pastor of the weekly market reports and press .But now, finally, the shocking kept touched it hidden off for the so long.What news can spokesmen be tell ua that ..to set up boards, commissions

F. Montgomery, Sr of First FJrst Baptist; Church of Valdosta releases reviewing the week's truth has been exposed. Instead expose all and other burtaa
of the real facts was that an practically
"well in hand" &abid: .
of t
Church Lake City being alongwith cratle machinery to tell ev nr
left
Presbyterian was the speaker. marketing activities are issued. Is and has been a American pilot stationed In have now thaibusiness
the situation
will be the presiding minister and The Gordon Street Church was One of the most closely followed coaf used and almost a hopeless Vietnam (and very recently them have gone all of their How body-the community general public and labor: f

the sermon will be preached by started ..s a Mission of the First market reports according: to Crews' Dm killed in combat) wrote his modem mesh]mow equipment.! Presumably, bow to handle their private,
Rev. Jack G Hand, pastor of the Church but is1 regular church Is'tlie daily price report. It Is sentto Finally, it comes out that wife some highly explicit circulated do Khruscbev they said so. So now we affairs.'

First Presbyterian Church of Jack with 500 members and Is\only.. ten every auction warehouse and very' few themselves of the South believe Vietnamese Utters magalne and a nationally printed them.- have nothing to worry about, This sort of hanky-panky U I .

sonville. years old. posted conspicuously where it may there's any chance to drive out National repercussions soon we're told. military hardly founders what had in the nation's)

Immediately following the in- The speaker for the night service be easily read by growers and oth the unirta. followed. But high-ranking their they drew the Constitution.:
officers! privately express up
stallation service a reception willt was :Mr Croft.this being his ers Interested in tobacco marketing We discover that our American Oar domestle of affair the get doubts. They: say that a lot of Let'face it. If we are gov.
be held honoring Rev. VanZant. first message as a minister, These dally reports show for' the pilots have had to fly c
'- AQ members and friends of the t, The above news win be of interest entire belt the average support bat missions against the VietCong save wondered about equipment are still there people and for the people,.w* t,1,i

,*Jasper and White Springs to the friends of Mr. and Mrs. price at which each grade sold the In.obsolete The wings and dancroasaircraft. of their you what may happened to the TFX eon- Just a few miles off our coastline .- have a right to know what goes'>ion.WhydontweinowT ;

terian Churches are Pnlby-I Croft here in Jasper. Mrs. Croft precedes day and the support plants (20( -year-old B-26 ,. You'll recall that it ...aDd show M indications .,

\' vited to attend. is the former Miss Joyce Smith. 'J price for the grade, ( .

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PAGE TWO THE JASPER NEWS. FLORIDA 24 1964

JASPER ._ .: I Friday, July .,'t, ,

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"Bid on Qa for Cooking and HeatInf. *d oil a* liw lOW or feW rather '
." The bid shall b* s. firm bid than the multt-viscosity I Lyon +MorganBetrothal ; .
I I for the 1M4..t school terra. type a* SWIG a* cl.."lned by ", "w. ; J'Jf,1 L ;JPtr i is 1t: \
.0 Public t! )
*
Announcements
1 The Board reserves the right to DAB. I-, .t'> !
or.11 a
reject any or all bid. (.f) Th* in shall b* of the nAnnounced ; ;
Ueard of Public Instruction follow! American Petroleum :"' ... .;, .
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,. Hamilton County. Floridaby Iatltutrvlc rl..III..tlo" bluhe'd ,. "
IN CIRCUIT COURT a 41. pass '41 1. sod. i; Twp. tN| I' 'Harry T Jleld. Superlatendeat- (a) "Bervlc MS" a* denned by EVepr Friday ,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIR> )R-11 E. H acre. > .-,' 1M1 (or subsequent) edition '
CULT IN AND FOR HAMILTON Name In which la4f Cliffordllkurn. July 14.-II .of BAH handbook. I Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida
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COUNTY, FLOR (4/ Container la which oil t is d- Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lyon of '
IDA. IN CHANCERY.WAJICT All of tmld,...ope.r.x'b.ln, *; la th* BID VOM PHTROt.KI'M PHOOl.CTThe livered I t* county board shat i)1I. 1',Firth Idaho Announce the betrop Subscriptions Strictly in Advance '
CHAPMAN ROM, County of Hamilton. Ptat 9f Florida I.|. labeled .. word lo the *f- <
Plaintiff.jAMRt Ualeaa such '..certificate e.rtlOeate.shall Public> Hamilton Instruction County Office Hoard of the of feet that "...*!* or excel In i thal/ and approaching marriage of 13.00 jn Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County.'
,: -VS ... b* redeemed according MS { .
,I' F.nrix ROSS t. law the) property .! Defendant. cwrtlflcat or certlflcal wIll be sold I Gear lubricant oa which bids are Mr. Nathan Mayo Morgan son of ,
for la the *
{ < THB NAME AND BY THE to the highest I bidder at the courthouse product use opera.tlon .
( ; .. IN of public-owned vehktle. school submitted shall meet requirement Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 .
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TUB STATE door first In Mr. and Mri. 'Lonnie D
t. AUTHORITY OF o* the Monday for nw-pd, high torque aervlc Morgan '
base and school l subject In .
OF FLORIDA Ih*. month of August at 11:0: a.m., term and condition plant as outlined below (A) For transmission lubrication of White Springs. Florida. Mr.: and. Mrs Robert Ehlert: Editor and Publishers '
whose reIdenc *
TO: James Ervln Rosa 1 44. which I. ,the Ird day of Auru.t.patd (U Multipurpose gear, lubrN I .
'I and addrena la Rout 1. ReidncmpU.t *- 1944. I tIn rant HAKHO meeting ,require The bride-elect) I is a graduate of _--r---
VII .. North Carolina.A 'thl*, Ith day Of, July' H... conformarnc with f> ruling of dpeclflcatlonMIU '. : '
':. h '''lIir base .J''.. R. Miller.\ Clerk the Attorney General. Stat .f Florida ttjroa"It.1') Firth High School, In Firth and was ,

Iliad In this Court a< relief therein oufht being divorce. County. Florida duration of the contract period the lubricationMultipurpo graduated from Brigham \ ,
: Von ar required: to A wr Mid J'ujl'! ,., IT 14 11 ..14.1$ school year. ** gear lubricantme.tingrequiremeats 1I11.&ary Young University, Provp Utah. ITS EASY TRADE WITH US!
of TO
\ complaint o. or before AUll1.. 1, I Ride shall !>.' sealed. and market"BIden .

Wh4r .,1t/4. turr."bll" 'htl6tlrftiAnonteyI <" .A: .+. ;:ams JN POLICE' CAn,'" ", r Aeltwredl ;'etrvl.nm .Product and MpccinoatlMi' MIL>.LrtlOia. Mr,,Morgan was.graduated XromWhite .' '''r{. v-r ..
Jasper. >S>r mailed sotaN.readhthe An of i'3f 1cA1 Ai-8' S :
I I.I a, copy thereof -.I.! dcr*. pro eonS OTtCE-'Ibe'v City:: Council of ,' said office by It o'clock a.m. on t. Chal gra.,.. on 'which a bid Uubmltted Spring nigh School 'and WARtl: f DDiCKl\ T R$
feo will b* entered against )'oa. the 4th day of August 1M4. is completing his education at Brig
the City of White Springs will must b* multl-purpu
WITNESS my hand and the official re Applicable Federal *xel.. taxes
Court at Jasper FlorIda eel bids shell not t Included. Tax ... lithium bass .u... free from nil ham Young University.
teal of thl! v* on-a police_car Spec! >* .m1\- ere and abrasives of TRADES: WAY
this 30th da.T of tun.' AD. 1144J. tlon certificates will b. furnished" inlieu any kind and 1 t The wedding will be an event of YOUR
r ; flcattons < ,, of premium quality, wat.rproof.N. .
R, MILLER, Clerk Cir of taxe a. the product purchased
cult Court of Hamilton, ''4-Door SedaifcvL., under term of thla bid are log. I...Q.affinity I. No..-2 for consistency metal surfacesand ha,. August 10th in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Pontiac Tempest CadillacBring
County. Florida. by to be used exclusively' for public '.
Alice Jones. Deputy Clark \ionepower engine with school for het wlhr application' ,
purposes.Ouantlty and s mNtingpoint of 17* decree Your Title Clean Used Cart
C. A. Avrtott.Japr. >ndtraJrmlaskln.15Inch I purchased shall he limit. F.minimum.. -
FIorMa. ed to requirement. during 'h. nertnd Descriptive Iltera*I
July I. 1'. IT tIN < wheel';:;,; "t T, ".nh-r 1. ..... to.June 1, ItlS. tor product.roust Deliver be furnished with this VALDOSTAi GEORGIA .
Heavy duty alternator.Bids 1, OAROUNK ; vital b* made ;
I* approximate JS-lb. pall or 1el 'vt
CIRCUIT COURT. i should be presented White A. Approximately: thirty-five thousand Ib. drum) aa required .
t Tmnn JCDTCIAI. CIR. nations of fraaollne, meetlnicpeclflcatloni (. WHEEL BEARING 1 .
CULT IN AND FOR HAMILTON Springs aty'iCbundl on or before on the attached Wheel LUBRICANTS OBITUARIES
bearing lubricant shall b
t : COUNTY FLOR August 4,1964-at 8 p.m. sheet and made a> part of thin. a smooth.textured of .*
type grea*
B.IDA.BliHOP.TN rilANCKRTWIM.IR I Pauline. WcKlnnonCityJClerk Md request a of* provided Agriculture by, thon..rtm.nt Division composed free from only PlUrs of and soaps abrasive and olin of) J I

Plaintiff : of Standards. Gasoline and CLASSIFIED ADSFREE
kind and
: any shall be nen-corroa*
-V_ Oil Kerllon, Tallahassee Florida. Ive to bearing
MART BISHOP B. Gasoline to b* furnished. and The part la service or ,1r I It
Defendant.IN n.: "'c'T' FOR BIOS delivered br th* bidder to meet storsge. consistency hall be FOR
SALE
of N. U G. 1. No. I A. H. T Mi Penetration r : Cypress Tobacco
THE TAME AND BT THB Gas for fooklma '... Heatln 'I.. dally aervlc* requirementsof )IR. CLYDE ROYALS HEARING HELP
245.m
at 77 .
dvrreea. B\ sticks at mill one mile south of
AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE ; va.dl.a, motor vehicle at each .locution. I t
Hamilton. .._... compounded from hlith I grade soda j
Mrs.
Ceu.ty ? Clyde Royals, 59, resident Madison on Hopewell Road.
i'i'r fiD Notice Is hereby the The successful bidder must or lithium .0.1i.1I percent to 30percent !I I ,
{ BISHOP who. rldene .- give that (1) .coati
cf Hamilton Phone
County died Wednes-i after 6 p.
and addr*. I. unknown hoard of T'ublKInstruction .f Ma. furnish tank and pumps at the I soap content. Refined mineral ,;' nv 973-6334.Mad-
A worn compUInt having been milton County. Florida, will receive I designated school center and oilS, U. H. T8-1UO sec al Ill day In the Hamilton Memorial l These Two ,Itm Leon Girlie Ramans. July 31P
bids until 10 o'clock a.m. on Tue.day *- garases. Tank Installed mustb decree K. .and 0 degree F. cold
filed In thla Court against th* \\BookUtsFREE
you
after illness of ,
n.lId therein ouht being divorce. August 4. 1M4, for furalvhlnfB of th. .1.! and equippedwith test. Moisture content not over'Hospital an some :,
You ar* required to Answer said a* follow: pump a* may h* directedby M percent.Oil time. Survivors. are one son, Carroll US, S""'
complaint on or before Aua-n* S. FOR HKATINO the Hoard of Public Instruc.. sepKratlon in storli'g'{ or service City CAVLLISIT T ech. FOR RENT Furnished Apart-
Royals Lake five daughters
shall ; ,WRITE .
Jasper Florida lion and maintained In service not occur a J;
11(4, furnishing to C. A. Avrletl. Ja.- nymnluniyJMper d ment. Call 792-6791
;; FULL; OIL or m- 3m.
per. Florida Plaintiff. Attorney a Jasper Ilutb-Mcbool Rand Room ablecondition by the success.I'd Mrs. Tally Friar; Jasper
copy thereof alp decree pro confcao Jasper Flolda bidder during the life .of Fuel oil provided *hall be limited Robert A. HaUenbeck: TFCATJILETE'S
:
will bo entered ....In.t )011. J. H. B. i.et1Tlgli Krhool' Orm- the contract. The tank to be to Grade 1 01' Grade 1 a* recommended I I Mrs. Florence Tucker Delray
WITNESS my hand ..d the official pnstum Jasper Florida Installed' at! by, tits manufacturer of 'Beach. Mrs. W. M. Carter Lake P. O. Box 17, Tallahaee
,, seal of this Court at Janr. Florida, Jennings. CymnasIum, Jsnnlnrs.. .Brhool Bus Oar.< aj, thl* 3/tk-day of Jon. A. D1114.. Florida Florida the requirement of the AmericanSociety Park Ga., Mrs. Robert Strickland HOW TO TREAT: IT -
: J. R. MILLER. Clerk Clr. Whit.'iprlnrs nymnailum, Jennings Itlah School. for Teatinc'Uitlerlal: (AS Fayetteville N. C. and Miss Sara Hearing Aids ASIa Apply strong T-4-L liquid. Feel It
:;. cult Court of Hamilton Whit. KprlnK Florida Jennlnors. Florida TM). Designation l)39t 4gT. with a. Jean Jasper two sisters!] take hold to check itching, burning
mlslmum .. Royals ;
County. Florida, by asr Whit HprlnfK As Shop_Whit White Springs high ffchnol. sulphur content not
r\ C. A, Avrlett Florida White ""rln.*. FloridaC. seeding .1 percsat for Grade.. 1 and L. and Mrs. Plate Glass Co. I In minute In 1 day watch Infected
Mrs. B. Tyree Jasper
skin sough off. Watch kin
Alice ,{Qnis, Deputy ClerkJasper FOR LUNf'II.,ROOr"'I- Calibrated Inventory sticks for 1.0 percent for Grade'S.. Delivery Georgia healthy
Florid (SEAL) > Jasper El.msntaryl.Ioh.q. iji- inch sine tank must he furnished hall b* at location below a* era, Mark Brantley, Jennings, and I' J fBts .1. replace It. B* pleased IN ONE] HOUR '
July S. 10. IT 14NOTicn Banner*..MorMa when required by th. ucce.... needed nod In the approximate Ben Bohannon Jennings; two brith- HIm .ereel or your 4 80 back flee antlieptlo.
_, J. R. R. I... fill bidder.P. amount! 1 soothing T-4.L FOOT POWDER too
f : lllirh'Hchool,
1' OF AW.ICATIO' S J"sp.r. Florid Delivery shall be mad. to each Jasper High. School J .""r. Flo B. G. Brantley Tallahassee Fla. .Tab Eactowiraa, Skewers. -flno for sweaty feel, foot odor. TODAY

,. FOR TAX nKKIlNotice Jennings High !PcjIIOM.! : Jens irasoline stores tank within the rids approximate requirement Funeral services will be held I I 315 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 Jap r.tt WISE'S DRUG STORE Jllo In
la hereby given that I R. Sings, Florida' hour of 3:11: a.m. t. 1:00: p.m. on 1.000 gallon, more or VALDOSTA
Taylor, the holder, ot the following* Jerry Jackson, .. school. Jn- each school day unless by priorarrangement less. tank 'capacity 1,000 gallons Friday at 4:00: p. m. In the Bright I
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t rertlflcatea haD filed said certificate Sings, Florida with a represents.tiv. I tank owned by school Pond Baptist Church. Interment
tor a tax deed to b. Issued thereon. Carver IH< -S AVE!
will be in Hebron HarryT.
The certificate numbers and 8 rln.*. Florida Jasper Klementary School Jasper Cemetery.
G' of
lejiaanc" the description of year the pro, The successful Mddcr. will be remi B. Delivery ticket presented for. Florida approximate requirementa Reid Funeral Home is In charge. .I. 30-gal glass lined water heaters FARMERSMONEY
perty. and th. name In'which It wa I red to furnish storage tasks payment must carry the signature S.OOO gallon moreor 174.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators J183-
less B.000rallonsr
where- needed. of Ihs authorised agent of : tank caoncltir for
aaaeil farm
I' Certificate. are No.aa 'follow 14. : 'Delivery shall lie made to eachHtorncc the Board at ..I'h' .('hool center tank owned by School I 193 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers your operations
II, Tear If Issuance, 1MI. tank within the hours- of or tank location Hoard.J. HOUSE FOR SALE IX JASPER: $199.95; 473 lb. Upright Freezers at reasonable cost.: Termsto

Description of PropetytTot" T of SflO: a.m. to lto: p.m. on each school F.' Th. Htnte Department of ArU R. E. t.... Illnh School, Jasper Only 2000. See W. L. Bryan $239.95; 641-lb. Upright Freezers fit your needs. Loans up to
i. Block 14. Sec t, Twn. IN.. Rags 14 day unload by prior arrangement. (culture Gasoline and Oil Section Florida, approximate, require 7 Can North Florida Production
years.
i Er: 1 II acre. with w representative of the County will b* requested to make test ment. 8,000 gallon, more or 793-4331 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491. $299.95; 12-ft. Automatic DefrostRefrigerator I
Narrte In' which aaee4 ......1.II. Knnerlntendent.\ of ....olln. should there be any lees. Two tank of ..000 gallons Reg. Real Estate Brokers U with 91.lb. Freezes Credit Alan S. Ohio Ave
t T.,..*... Delivery ticket prevented for question aa to the quality of the each, owned by the school '
payment -
t ('"*!'tlfteat.' No. U. must carry the signature of the rf-sollne furnished. und.r a purchase Hoard: other tank needed to $249.95 w.t. 5-year warranty,, at I Live Oak. Tel 362-2588

", Tear of Issuance, 141. authorised' agent .'Ioth.> Hoard at Contract entered Into un b* furnished. by .aucce. *.ful bid. Manning's Radio Service'caD 792-
j' Dcrlntlon If Propertrt That part each school( center or tank location. der term of this bid. Should It der.Jennlnir. 4421 Jasper.
tic
of lot II. of Blk.. 1. recorded In D. Bids shall b. sealed and marked be determined that any quantityof high School. Jennings, ROUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by 4'
-, vaseline purchased Florida, w
does not approximate requirementH ;
i.j, meet 'speclflntUIOM\ of the Stats t.OOO gallons more or ; VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY day, week or month., Alapaha'
of Florida And the supplemental ( lees. !Two union tot 510, *r llona in Live Oak. Florida'for all your MoteL tic
'..... ,specifications attached such rrn.soil each and one. tank of 100 '
r .. must be picked op by the gallons owned by School Bonqd musical needs from organs and
ellr as directed by the .cou..'" other tank seeded. to he fuy" pianos records and 'record play. USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR
Board of Public' Instructionand sided \r. succeasfal bidder.. Sale
; Good condition. $40 and
full credit .. rs.< tfo ,
alven. Failure to Jerry. Jack nit Elementary
meet the above nrevlslonsi shall "School Jennings. Florida an- $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper
>>. deemedsufficient by the proximate., requirement .OOOi, VALDOSTA REPAIRS phone 792-4421 tic
Wlike tell all
to you Board to cancel any contrect or gallons more lust storage I
.r".m.nt entered into und.rthe tank needed .t't'i.: h* furnishedby We repair all types T. V. and '
about ourselves, but right provUlon' of. thin. bid. succeosfuj bnlder.. radio. Also Small appliances., Man LOT AT 8UWANNEE SPRHfOfl

p now we'll just say that you *. MOTOR The. following Oil requirement While White$Qrlnis Springs High. Florfdai School, ,p.f{f 75"SPEEDWAY nings Radio, Service, Jasper' 792-.I For Sale. On the river high and

hull. he met proximal requirements f.OAO' 4421 tfo dry good location, only. $1,000.. See
will bi than satisfied
<<: .more A. Dellvei hall be mi>.d* In 'trillion more of I..... Tank Robert Ehlert, owner. tfc.
drum and Quart ('IU... In the ..a""cltyl.noo gallons. owned HOUSE FOR SALE
1 1 with our greater than ever viscosity numbers and la nunn- by School Rnard.
tlty specified by the school Carver Hlh School. Whit Seven room house on 6 acres of HELP WANTED Customers in
values. ftoard.B. Sprlnarm Florid, approximate t land about three miles East of
requirement 5.00 gallons Hamilton County or Jasper. Full or
r The company submitting the SPORTS 1
bid must provide proof th..t the more or less.. Tank capncltvl.AOO Jasper. Telephone 732-5562 TFC part time. Earn $3:50: hourly and
.
oil 00 furnished. will meet the gallons. owned by School
prescribed poclflcatlon belowIn Board] .t, RACES up. 'For Information see or write
both shall r I. FOR SALE Mrs. Karl M. 101 St.
one or of the following 7.KKROSENR meet the stan Howe Shelby
form;' ill I furaleh. the nnallfUeottnn darts of the State of Florida.Delivery j Saturday Night & Cubic foot Hotpoint Up Live Oak. write Rawleigh FA G 1SO
GastobaC numbers: (3) provide an shall he mud t* each right freezer. Brand oondltlon.i '
'n affidavit that the nil t* .It* furntahmt fuel storage tank within the hour j 25th new 2003, Memphis, Teen: July31
r.- does nvret the prescribed, .f 1:00 *>.m. to 1:00: p.m. on each{j JULY i' Reasonably pricedat $250.00. See

:;, e peelfirs t tlon. school day unless by. prior arraner Tim. Trials T p.m.Racetitrw Jean Walker or DortsStewart HP'
Nhss.w.k. = C. Performance npeclflcstlonnIt ment with a representative of the FOR SALE: One hand mower,
t. : the OASHRED 1I I Ii ( are oil. hmiitedlehahwmast County SuperintendentDelivery hi$ p.m. I Good: condition. $5.00 Call Mrs.
bids ticket forpayment
presented
nchi l. It.doe. ymiVn s '
i c, n / RAIN DAT8 JULY Ifs!. TFC
MIflr1104 Virgie Hyman
.. Federal Hpeclflcntlon must carry the signature
i__ ." .......... v' Tobacco t A, must cnmnly with automobile of the authorised agent of the Boardat (Sunday) FOR &U.E-U Sofa and Chair.
1, Curing Systems mnnuf c urer*' ..norl.-l each school center or tank location. $25 cash., Call 792-4453., tfc,
: operating sequence tests and TttM Trials JN, K WANTED i Man! for established

I API service cli''....lfl<*'\tlo'> KT. All bide' .nhall clearly' set forth I Ra.. Tnw 4:1S -r Insurance debit In. Jasper. Telephone -,
then American petroUum In detailed trade of the
the
stittsto as specified. anti gsnar.slv product that will b* furnished name and I FOR SALE Iron Peas, V. T. i I 362-1665. Live Oak Fla., or

UREQAS suitabla'for ties in inter.nal unit price. It la so(tested that 'Adultt Alderman Route 1 Lee Florida contact-C W. Broughton. 1TP
1..t..l. iUISIutIeatt
.ombu.t1nn engines i bidder use the reference number
U led I" school buses "n" trncbsopentinr a* In the bid requttt for listing. ".. Telephone 971-5458 July24p,
t ,SERVICE under nnrsvsrnhlenr \ bid on each product in the tabula LOT FOR SALE: Excellent lot in
\ severe types flI service' enn.; Should there be need 'eN. .a
tins a profs ... .
BAR ECUEU!! New AUpaha location
pit a convenient in 'Jasper. Has
t /rtltlons.t *s Ion*I assistance will be sought Undor: i '
( ) The oil must. have a minimum In determining the lowest and best V'N"-Fltl Motel Restaurant. Now 'serving been priced at $1100. Make us an
t viscosity Index of toll I bid. The> right la reserved ,to ..reject J MIles ....... .. V...... barbecued chicken and smoked offer for quick sale. Vf. L.
t without the benefit or necesn- any or all bid*. : Bryan
... Ity of viscosity index Improver Board of Public Instruction M Iielway 21.t mullet. Route 41 north of Jasper.It's 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, 792-4491
additive br T. Reid.
I (I) The oil must b. .lnl* nrad July 34. 11 Harry : delicious t tfc Registered Real Estate Brokers.Uc
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Friday, July ''24. .1964 THE JASPER I N'E W S. JASPER FLORIDA 1 PAr.F.THRFPBomar

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Miss 'an arrangement of white I Some out of town guests were: The cloth is about a )hundred years I HOUSE FOR
church on the stock with pale yel Mfr and Mrs. M.G. Benson of Sylvester 4 old. Battenburgi family name of SALE IN JASPER ti
ther, James and small ivy flan Ga., Miss Atha Jo Sanders i medieval German counts.: The clothe I Only $2,000. Can be financed.
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: ( Cedartown, Ga., Imported white five CedartQwn. Ga.. )Miss Willie being a replica of one used by me Others J3500 to 17.000 See VV.L
given In from Italy in Hightower Valdosta Ga.. Mr. 1&Mrs. Bryan, 792-4351. OK: Robert
original,which' .;whJte flowers. The..cen EX R. of those-,bride :tbeige'1852.' This 792-4491 Ehlert,
ThomassonClewistcn, Registered
RIE1F I was loaned .by'Mrs' WUliam'Borders .Real Estate
her [ <
pliment
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of Brokers.
t : the table was cau Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ludiow '
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white silk white, satin ribbon bows St, Petersburg: Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Lewis, '. \. ',,,y f: ... fashioned with of ribbon and .ivy..ward Scaff and Miss Nancy Scaff --- "- ----L-- ---
sleeves, princess: the cake and IAuburn. Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. William .
skirt with the center of the table. .
Orlando, Fla., Mr. and Ii
,1 '- McLauchlin Vows Recited h1I tended into a .tiered wedding cake i Mrs. W. B. Scaff-Live Oak. Fla., inert IftI7GaJar allotM ,
embroidered embused; In pale yel(James Graham Black m and Ralph most weaderfilYaeatioa
First Methodist Church At with seed pearls and valley lilies was at I ,C Black II of DeLand Fla., yw
Jasper and extended the table and was topped I 11\2:1": and Mrs. L. S. Hutcherson, lterlIt'
I skirt with motifs I II traditional china bridal Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Will-
at-intervals \ .
'rwar '"tr.e veil oll !lams Susie and Paula Williams HW TIME at
imported table with all silver
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I aO of Williston Tommy Duke, and
caught to a pearl was covered with a Linda Robinson both of Tallahassee
I I Her bouquet to the one used on the I Mr. and Mr*. Carson Bomar. Ocala -1MLdr8h&4e&MOTEb
was of white A lilvcr candelabra Lake Mr.
Mrs Max Law, City. and
studded with side tall silver gob I.Mrs. Ben Bates. Miss Ruth Devane
bon bows with yellow chrysanthe- Teddy Bates, Charlene Bates Car-'
e tT Mrs. James table where the guests ohvn 1taWsMrs. J. F. Mathis and I
was her O Spacious suites efficiencies, all hart
I rooms
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was covered with an Jenn
Miss Lou Kathis all of
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honor. Maid cf of hand Bat- ( Betty balconies ortrtooklaf the blue Atlantic ah-
I Carole Kaye and made. ings. f conditioning and heating...Radio TV. ..Tele
of the bride and cloth from Ger I Tommy Bassett, Gretna, Fla., ahoy' .
Miss Carolyn centered with an arch Mr. and Mrs. Gary Douglas Tall- O Directly on Beach O Realtd Pool 0 Restaurant
',Florida and Miss similar to the one atassee, Mrs. Colbert O'oltt Val. O Cocktail Lounge 0 Badminton Volley Ball

I'his of Jennings, 'church' .and with small be dosta. Roy Hutcherson, Mr. and O Parties 'O Planned Entertainment Programs)
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girls wire: little standing Mrs. John Hutcherson, Uve Oak; O Just'mlnutea. from the famed boardwalk and]
William t*. I. a' the miniature) bridal cow Mrs V. M. Duke Sarcoxle, 'Mo; downtown shopping 0 REASONABLE BATES
'I \ hriffo'- hnolr- was I Paternal aunt and uncle of the' I Ii
Lisa Scar They I
I Homer Ocala Fi-: !
of ,
dresses of. l i bride, Mr. and Mrs. E. F Medderiland On the world's most
sole, designed .was Miss. Atha Jo j 1 Gayle of Brunswick, Ga. famous teach
sleeves, Cedartown Ga., Serv-{ Miss Carolyn Long, Ocala; Miss
over cap skirts. Their Viotorian'J\ :Miss Bcbe Connally I Drenda.Tanner, Mrs. W S. Duke, a 1015 SOUTH ATLANTIC ATI
small crowns of li! was the bride's;Mr, and Mrs. James Randall Mc
Meristell of Cedartown, DAYTONA
il sole with j(Lauchlln Meristell McLau/ chlin, all I
f' mers at the back. Williams and Suzann ;,of'[ Cedartown Ga., Cindy Law, Jeff
Miss Dana Booth Law and BEACH
: quets were Law Larry Law, Betty t
1 rice bags tied in white
and
carnations, June Milton all of Lake City

I ., ,\ pink little satin flower ribbon girls I with were dainty Mrs.ribbons.Henry Fla.Marion C. Williams of Williston, .1 FLORIDA

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J. A. Williams, Mrs.
,:.. lace baskets with I I Mrs. Thomas 0- Much sentiment was atached to ,
flower petals. Walter Havener Miss the wedding of Miss Ba:rye Me r
Carson Burke Mrs. Jack Vinson Lauchlin and James Bomar. Her
: Ocala, Fla., was ; Dnry, Mrs. John LeI bouquet was on the white Bible i ,
man. i|I Juanita: Avriett Small whicn was resetted to her up.n
i mas Duke of ; Ponce D. Sandlin Sr. graduation from high school by the wHATAsuNm5l1 rotrcotltpteTtuve ANDVIwurArlta
r I Tallahassee. Fla.. A. Avriett, Miss Judy Jasper Methodist Church in 1969. loot UP AT PIClrD A eTTRR PICK A erTTlRGAwM .
One of the prettiest wedding i covered In white satin. Garlands of I!|cousin of the ;; I I I Kenneth Scaff. Mrs. I The veil she wore was purched by To call it Ttaee, PeAR, trLACE sejtT
that Jasper has witnessed took:'fern and satin ribbon bows tea- Another cousin, j Miss Marsha Bras her sister-in-law, Mrs. James Randall (
place on Saturday evening, when j Mooned the arcs. .Betaitl/the( altar I!I Lake City, Fla., ,. Becky; < Lewis and Mrs. I McLauchlin the former Mary- Msa;
Miss Bunnye McLauchlin, daughter!windows Just back of me arch wasa I The handsome of Williston. clUe Duke of Cedartown, Ga., before -
of Mrs. Glenn Scaff became the huge pyramid arrangement of was Sonny Scaff, couple left for the I her marriage. Mrs. McLauch' S / FORTNE ilNtsl
bride of James LucBow Bomar of all white flowers featuring stock, Mrs. Kenneth to Florida beaches the tin bought the veil in Amsterdam,
Naples, Florida, son of Mrs. Edward -I gladiolus, Fuji mums and stephanotis An elaborate wearing a two piece I Holland In 1957 while on a trip around -
Raymond Thomasson and the complimented by a Jade lea- the bride's mother and beige linen with j the world, which later she
late Carson Burke Bomar of Clewis therleaf fern back Jade palm trees the church \ blouse Her brown I I wore at her wedding. This was I
ton, Florida, at seven o'clock'in the I and cathedral candelabra with glo- immediately small hat matched as I loaned as the "something borrow\ Low Price
First Methodist Church of Jasper. 'Iwlng white candles flanked the cen- mony was marked and white accessor ed". At her reception on the bride's $6.95 mUST PHONE
The pastor, the Rev. Norman"''tral arrangement. Reserved pews ment here where of white lilies I. table were two very handsome heirloom '| PER CYLINDER
Booth was the officiating clergy were marked with white satin bows born, reared and costume. : handmade white candleabra CASH: ON DELIVtrHOLLOWAY'S eTYeamor 9-1001
man. The double ring ceremonywas with sprigs of white flowers. The teem by those in mother of the bride in Colonial design with dainty hand
witnesseed by a large and decorations lent a festive air. The brides table blue silk costume suit encrusted flowers. These came
prominate assemblage of friends A program of organ music was I of the parlor bodice and matching ''from Italy and were loaned by a
and relatives from, several nearby played by Mrs. Colbert Croft of embroidered her corsage was pink;i close Jasper friend. On the table\
states. Valdosta, Ga.,' a 'recent Jasper cloth' with The bride-groom's i1 where wedding guests were rer.gistered -
The sanctuary was beautifully re- bride, the former Miss Joyce Smith of ( gowned in an aqua silk a cover of heavy whit
corated for the occasion. The altar Mr. Marion Benson of Sylvester, All appointments on, simple straight lines\ im-port cloth bordered in real l L ,
was centered with a large white Ga.,'formerly.of,Juper was..berl. white. The table hat and accessories. Her,I wide, heavy Battenberg lace which '
built-in prayer.'bench;which"was tone soloist; "rw' '.v'./, > a neilcJr"tnf.quso-; : white"roses.; I',t came from,Germany*was,;und.. :

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BURNHAM l\r\ NEWS( ',Mr. and Mrs.. Isaac Shiver Sr. ,Cunningham and children.

fJ'd; i ,Public, :Notice .County BvdgetCounty .. 's* *41I. .,r.IYI'FREF. ''I I'were i Mr. and Mrs., ". ,.Winston. Williams I Mr. and Mrs.sea.Gerald Barber '
fortunate In having all of their;and later Miss Florence Sullivan!
:It Is no use saying, "We are doing children over the weekend to help'ict Winter Haven visited their bro-
I\h our, jbcst." You have got to ftuo- celebrate Mr. Williams': birthday them and sister-in-law" Mr. and
Financial Estimate For 1964-1965 cceed, in doing what U necessary: I'I .. .:f Mrs.i'Joe)' Sullivan over,the week.
,Sir.Winton Churchill Charles ant,fcela':M Maa.Zipperer end. Miss Sulliyan remained for a
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I/ ', SUM3tARIZED STATEMENT OF ESTIMATES OF REVENUES} AND m-l--GuTax A Motor Fuel BrdAdmn.( ) .............. 37.20000 The Christian women Fellowshipof I weekend r withth r'%parlnu: and I'longer visit. .i. _.
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RECEIPTS AND ESTIMATED! .EXPENSES FOR .TILE FISCAL YEAR 113-Auto Transportation ( Admn. ,.,... 2,000.00 Burnham Christian Church met grandparents Mr.nd Mrs.'Broward h" :
": I rI: ENDING SEPTEMBER 1964 111-2-Gas Tax 20% 'of 7th (Comptroller)) :......:.'?!?Tr? 16. .961.54 with.Mrs...Ralph Cunningham,. Friday -Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. BertZIp- of r s. J. J. Zipperer, Jr. ,',
"; I The Board:otCountyCal; .:lsslooers of Hamilton County" Florida 112-Motor Fuel Tax 20% 7fh ...................T.;.;7V.;; .4. 589.44 ..1u.1y.l1. at 3:00 p,.m. Mrs ,Wal 'parer. '' [of Jacksonville visited. .relatives. In'.
F I win meet August ..' '1964 'at 10:00.amr; in the Board of County Com 115-Racing; Commission <........j.............::'.,.*..'.., 20000.00 )lace telfb presiding. An interest j jing . |''Sunday.Hamiltonand .Madlson'eountiu.-.

missioners Room. at the Courthouse for the purpose of hearing requests .. 'program: on "Six Million Amerj j I No rule of success .with ,work:.If ._ : '. .

,t, i and complaints from the Public regarding the budget in accordance TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. pp'............,..,.,., 118,57938 (leans" was.led! by Mrs ,Bert ,Zip-|(you don't Mrs Evelyn Cutpepper and
'. with Section. .129.03.. 1961 .F. S. '1'; ',' LESS 5.% ..,.......,...:.............oi......!.;,r ..w 5,928.91; perer. At the conclusion of the program -!./ War CryMrs. Statenville, Ga. visited Mr.babyof and
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Authority 'Purpose Maximum. ..j. APp -oprJ..io,Taxes. Necessary 95% of ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .......................... 11265041 charge of the worship service using,|{ .Gord- Alderman and. afternoon. Also visiting; Mr.Sunday and .
S "' .Millag, '.f ations Necessary Milage BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH, ,.;... U.OO.OO as the theme "Spanish Americans' i'(i,grandsons and daughter In law,''Mrs. Gaston then were, their bro-
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o Sec. 193.32 grtcuIture' % M JQlda Alderman spent Saturday''her and, family Mrs, Pete "BlairI
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND were served by the hostess J 1 I rote and in 'Ocala -and
Chap. 23011 Co.:.Service BALANCES ,....... 123,650.41(3VUlage I Sunday : Jacksonville. Also Mr. Blair's
Levied Last Year 10 This GaIr1e&lle'with Charles and I I I 101
a .50 ; l Estimated Year 10 Mary 1
1945 Acts Officer son and daughter in law
Mr. and Mrs Aubra, Young and : I; Billy and
Brandts and children and
Sea 19332 General 8. M 8.00 : children Ricky Laura and Bret Elizabeth) Carol Blair and children of Jennings. .
Sec. 125.26 Fire Control .2 .; 2.00 ESTIMATED' EXPENSES- ROAD,& BRIDGE FUNDIfAM1LTOY; Co. of Cocoa Beach spent the weekend Dr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham .

H. B. 789 ;Livestock' '. ;', 4 .*.. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR -ENDING. SEPTEMBER 30. 1965 with their parents and grandparents -I and chUdren.l. .- ,
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Chap. 591319'Ch. mb ofCommerce 0 "'n9' ; 'r Sr Mr. and Mrs. Young;* l had supper Sunday night '
1" ;, .',fa!" ,. (,. 1.00 Guards Tractor A Truck Drivers ,.&,...., 42,800,00 Visiting 'and children Bonnie Shadrick and Mr,,and ..
153,176 58,59.76 ; 14.00 415--Free Labor ........ ..'............t.,:rr..iST: ;: ./ "" 14,100,00< Sunday afternoon were their son children of Pinetta; Hilda Alderman !I with! .Mrs.. .R. J. Murphy.
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Sec 150 08 County'FJTe ..,f /1 /_... Lumber. Etc *.118.000.00 for V F W Home in Jasper
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Library 1 4173.70 4,18284 f 1.00 424.1-Ceneral'Supplhs A Incidentals",;#?.........../: ;. 500.00 grandparents and children of DeLand spent Sun. July 19,( was enjoyed Sunday
Total consolidated funds 15 157.350 62,742.60 15.00 424-2-Service U S. 41'....,...,......;!..1......::f t;. 250.00 longer. stay., .. 'in Gainesville,, with their son and atended. by all who
A Total additional millage authorized ...........;.-.:......... ....... none 421-Euflding: Repairs. Operation of Bldg..,Phones 'V Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chandler and I i I,brother, Dr. and Mrs. Richard ". I ,
Maximum allowed Sec 193.32' .,..........,,..,.............. 8.00 lights, fuel, etc. .p., ....,.,,,.,.,..,..,?,,.". 2,500.00 children of Ironsdale Alabama,! ----_._ --------------- I
I' Maximum MUlage permitted for consolidated funds 423- Gas A Oil ......................................... 8000.00 the weekena with their -
Chapter 26874. 'J951 ." .a......... ..,..............,....... 15.00 451-Purchase of Right of Ways .... ..... ........:. .-::i. 2.000.00 spent, Mr. ,and Mrs J. D. Lasseter.parents | How's 'Your AUTObiography?
*. 152-Expense of Procuring right of Ways ,,.!.;,;;.;/!...! 1700.00 . .
'i ESTIMATES OF REVENUES .AND RECEIPTS I 911-Payment of cities A Towns "'4RoedTax: '.: ; : 2800.00 Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Shiver, Jr.,
:HAMILTON COUNTY GENERAL. FUND 122-2-Rentalof, Equipment ........;...,.........YtVjH";'. 9504.00 and daughter of Fernandlna spent }
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1965 834-Purchase County Truck. .....;t..................1..!!' 3.00000 the weekend with Junior's parents,
130-Taxes 14 mills on assessed valuation, of 4182840.00 .... 58.5M.76 "i. i a.

Occupational License ................................. 300.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ..............,.............""" 113354.00
138.-Beverage License ..................................... 30000 RESERVE' FOR CONTINGENCIES! I
y 114-Railroad & Telegraph ... ....,........................ 300.00 951-County.; Not to exceed 10% of TotalBudget ..;..... 10,296.41
129--Other State License .................................. '200.00
115-Racing Commission .....;....1 J.' .. ?.....;........... 70,000.00r : Total Budget ;............................................. 12365041
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.LESS, 5% ..............;....;.:' .............. 'J.48299 FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
95% of ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ....h.h..f';,,..*... ,123,17677; FOR 'TlJ&.nSCA. 'YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1965 MOOR MOISTUS
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD? CASH .....,.,. 30.00000 130-*--Taxes 3 Mills on assessed valuation of J4.181J.849.00':. 12,548.52 REGISTU'IOSM1
r 144-LF3nes and Forfeitures ..It....................c... 25,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES '..i,.. 15347677ESTIMATED 176--Income County Judge's Office ..............;....!4i. 2J5000V AND ACaSSORUSI
(Millage Levied Last Year 14; Estimated this YeaTIUt! \ j
TOTAL: ESTOtATfiD: RECEIPTS .............;..,....... 40,298.52 4'i
EXPENSES 'GENERAL 'FUND,, HAMILTON COUNTY I LESS 3% .... .........7?.........,.!................. 2014.93
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FOR'THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 1965 .
A/c No. ':' ,THIS YEAR 95% of ESTIMATED'RECEIPTS ............,............. '38,283.59
2114-Salaries: Board County Commissioners ............ 7500.00 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH .,4... 12,161.00 Get rid' of weak; beams and
211-2 ... ......... '
-Expense: Board County Commiss'oners 37500 burned bulbs! .Drive in here
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212-Salary, Clerk to Board ........................... ... 6900.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...;.. 50444.59
i 221-Fees: Clerk Circuit Court ...............:.......;,. 1500.00 (Millage Levied Last Year 3; Estimated this year 3) r- -1 I where yOu and your car are
224--Tax Assessor: Commission ..............u,......... 6,100.00 ,. R M ..Nu. J lAY It treated right .Get some of that
225-Tax Collector: Commission ........i....'........... 6,50000)() ESTIMATED ,EXPENSES FINE & FORFEITURE. FUND 1.MM.MJio.Aw.ca Famous Good .Gulf Gasoline
' + 214--Tax Assessor Clerk .................................. 1,50000)() HAMILTON COUNTY c.--.?.......... ........... ,
215-Tax Collector Clerk ........ .....*.................... 1500.00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER, 30. 1965 '. and Jerry Smith Good Gulf Service
241-1-Maintenance of Courthouse; Includes supplies Ale No. THIS YEAR ,...... II wWn.?.aiM. ...I.t IAUTO I

Utilities, maintenance man upkeep Building ...... 5,00000 I 321-Fees A Cost: Clerk Circuit, Court ......-'........;.... 1.000.00 .e.--.". ...,...- SERVICE ;
,. 241-2-Salary: Janitor ....................... ,........... 2,83200 I 318-2-Salaries of Assistants A Clerks County 4, I JaOtIO'IIOII Jerry Smith'sGULF I
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241-3:-Courthouse Grounds: Upkeep caretaker ........... 5400(I Judge (Chap. 63-365)) .t. 3,000.00I .. .
261-Elections A; Registration: Expense of ,...;;.....:.... ,2.50000 I 331-Expenses other than Salaries; County Jude l% --: *- PUl MM. -I II I. :T. STATIONONLY ; '
*M Supervisor of Registration: Salary .................,. ..3,00000(I Chap; 63-365)) .........:..........;..?..........->', 1290.00 THE JASPER'HE ---\4. -- 4 .. "'1'r Ii
'269-1-Administrative. Supplies A EKPlMgrf Board,,' .. .1 325-1-Fees A Cost; Sheriff Io.........................:.. 20000.00 -- '-_ ---..- -- -- .
County Commissioners' .f I.......'.......,i 6,000.00 329-other Court Cost A Fees. ........................... 3,200.00 --
269-2-Exchange 'on Deposits ..................i ..;. ..;'.' '300.00 328--Jurors A; Witnesses ..............:..........e......;.. 3,000.00362Feeding
t1 269-3-Miscellaneous ...*............. .................... 50000 ,Prisoners and care of ..h........ ...;... 6IX) ) 00
262-Legal Advertising A Expense ..,*...y.i...........' 1,200.00 361-Doctor Fees;r Inquest (Sec 936.17)) .. ...... ........ 300.00 e11 II] ILl'i
227-Inquest: Coroner Fees .................,..,,........ 400.00 275-1-Salaries: Juvenile Court Judge A Counselor+,"''-.., 1,47996
562 Liaanity'Ingtdrles .............................. ..... 50000 275-2-Expenses, Juvenile Court.....,..! ....,:..;.r::...."", 200.00
I M-Tubercular Hospital; T. ,B.+Patients '.....'........'.."... 3,00000 :341-tMaintenance Jail ........."............ ..,.......;.... ;. 5000.00 : : ;11 '] ISIiL
563=Belief Allowances: Includes Co: Indigent relief 327-Conviction Fees .................. ,\........*....:.... 1200.00 V
Burial Expense, Medical aid,.etc. .;............ 4200.00 ;Li
. 565-Hospital Service for County Indigent ................ 3,900.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ,.........:..:.;.....f....*, .. If..... 45,66996 IIiIi1IsI; l'iI 1I'Ipj
t t' 226-General Sheriff's Fees and Costs, Court Bailiff, RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: .
Civil Cost .................................. 4800.00 961-County (Not to exceed 10% of total budget .... 3.T74.63
'': 219-Salary: Attorney to County Commissioners t......... 900.00 954-County Judge, (not to exceed 10% of total budget 1000.00
J.- 541-Health Unit ............................e............. 12167.00 '
,; 811-Courthouse: Furniture & Equipment ................ 5000.00 TOTAL BUDGET ...........-a..... ................ 50.44459ESTIMATE
6n-County Service Officer (Salary & Expense) ........ 2100.00 0 : ;
681-1-County Agent: Salary & Expense'....:.........y f4! 00.00 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS HAMILTON COUNTY
" 681-2-County Home Dem. Agent; Salary & Expense ;e., ... 3200.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE (JAIL) FUND '
w 681-3-Agricultures: Includes salaries,Sect. to' County FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER C(). 1965BALANCES
Agent., Sect to Home Dem. Agent., 4-H Club TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH .....f.[ :.. 5.50
Expense. Colored Co. Agent lights water, rent
agri scholarships A other Agriculture expenses 4345.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...... 5.50
681-4-County Veterinarian H. B, 789-1957) ............,. .TOOO.OO '(Millage Levied Last Year 0; Estimated this year 0 4
682-1-County Forest Service ................... ...... ',:1' 990.00 I'. .'
682-2-Fire Control ................... .................... .7,94740 ESTIMATED'EXPENSES CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE'JAIL FUND
683-Recreations: Operation of parks, playgrounds HAMILTON COUNTY p ,: '
& Equipment ......................:.............:. 560,00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER30. 1965 .
271-Discharge Fees: Sec. 95104 F. S. .... ............... 150.00 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD 5.50 '
311-Salaries: Sect to Circuit Judges .......;..........;;.,..'" 690.00 TOTAL BUDGET .!........................................... 5.50 Ii,
-) 217-2-Salarles:' State Attorney ..............'.'u........' 2OT.oq to. -- .,': I
2174 Salaries: Assistant State Attorney ...............! .1114.00 .. I .. )I f" .',

249-Rent: Health Offices ...............It........"..." 480'f' I a NOTICE .,
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officers Road Supt. ...... 8.50000685.1Chamber'of .
tolls for all except Notice is hereby given in accordance with 'Chapter
Commerce or publicity (Chap, 591319)) 597370 :
685-3-Suwannee River Authority (Chap. 59-1320) ........ 1,25000 155 Section 155.25 1963 Florida Statutes that the :

673-Civil Defense ,..,..................................... 1.800.00 Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton County' .' ,
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318-1-Salary of County Judge: ((6336511. .
.l' Florida Will at their regular meeting on the,.4th day "FE'DD'ERS.'

v TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ......f..s...... .M.... .. 142811.10 of August 1964 hold a public hearing in" regard 'to
i RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: .. .......:.:......... 10.36567 i
.: a* the purchase of the Mickler Clinic to be operated in

TOTAL BUDGET ................:............. ......:: .153.176.7J{ conjunction with the Hamilton County Ho pi 'l. Yri, ; ?Ikx
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130 Taxes 1 Mill l on assessed valuation of $4,182,840 '...... 4,18284TOTAL h';' .' Hamilton County, S"f 7
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ESTIMATED' RECEIPTS ........................ 4,182.84 I'l 's.
LESS 5JT ...................................!........ 20914 Biggest Buy in SuwmtrCwufwi!

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95? OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ........................ 3,97370 I.- 'Why jail your.family In a sing!. air conditioned room again ___ .
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: Cash ........ 20000 this summer? This heavy duly Fedders will cool an-ontira s'S HaeMtd* t5 :

RIVER ,,FRONT LOTSFOR floor In your home...an entire apartment, ,even those .lmM..Hfi .i-miiTa,
;TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 4,173.70 <, ,"problem" open-plan IivIna-dlnlna.k1tchen area$..with"largex*.fc.H,.
MUlage Levied Last Year .7; Estimated" this year 1) j I ;: : window wads that multiply heat loads. -' :4 filimti ttal' r
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>ITFOR$ THE FISCAL YEAR JTOEE ENDING LIBRARY SEPTEMBER 30 1965 j f' ;FOR. denver-rooaisful of dry. cool filtered air every few minute Duti-fiow \ ',r
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:$ Utilities, all expenses ... 3,973.70 == r
':,) i On Withlacoochee River in Hamilton ''Come in today. Reserve your 20.000 BTU. Fedders while It's ''.
T APPROPRIATIONS ... 3973.70 County, Fla 1 still available at thW amazing price. ,
RiSERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 20000 Terms as low as $10 down and $10 1 per month. ;jJASPER

Drive north on U S. 41 to State Read No. 6.
BUDGET ........ Go west I '
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BMfMATE! ,OP.' REVENUES ROAD: AND AND BRIDGE RECEIPTS FUND HAMILTON COUNTY Florida Campsite Inc. P. O. Box 607, Jasper, Florida' ..: RADIO AND T.V SERVICE '

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."! I Dr.. and Mrs. Fred Mkkler.: and friend* ,Of his immediate family,I Iin Jax Monday for 'surgery.Ynilijm the police: keeping them moving. ASC Committee ..
@ family have taken a ,house at Su- there are' his wife,'Mattle McLeod I I They' visited Jimmy's sisters Mrs. '
wannee Springs for the summer.Misses Green, a daughter Martha Tulle A ; ) and ilary Vlcken stop Kenneth Warfleld In Baltimore and Election To Be ..
. son Raymond There are severalgrandchildren ped by Jasper'and Uv Oak to seethe Mrs Iris Stone In Jackson Michigan :

: Josie Hewitt and Virginia : two sisters, Mrs.I folks and: report; on their trip Held SoonFarmers U. .
: gLk 5 Milton have returned after a pleas-, Eva Mae Lane of Tampa;Mrs. Marie to Kansas to lee tbulrt son Johnny But their floal' was Rochester: ,

i ) ant visit,In Jacksonville.Mrs. Pridgen of Charleston, & c., who is in the air force stationed,at Minnesota where ton Lee, Junior today were reminded a-
f (J- ..Norman Booth (Anne) and and New Port Rlchy; 'a brother Salina; Kansas.They.further had medical ttndenj rEmoiy is taking bout important elections which Will
I I children are'in Panama City with Jack Green of Daytona, remain of a trip to Denver Colorado and to a clerkship A Infectious: dis be held In Hamilton County during
her parents for several weeks. a large family Pike's Peak eases. Thlste,, elective work: to elections 4 :
The choose
August are to
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preceed hit senior at 'Emory
I ; > year ASC farmer-committeemen whowif
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'' HJ- ; IT I Re d lilies and magnolia! leaves Airman First Class James Sena The Rural Area Development t had University.; '.'
for local
next
serve the year as
make a beautiful combination Eth- and wife Peggy and children arrived I an enthusiastic meeting. Thursday Even In the t IlIn<'wa""lI si wonderful i administrator of national farm-

I We are all 'concerned about this. m t. el Norwood not only grows lovely Friday, July 17, from Okinawa evening July 16. <1 1I trip. i action .
But who Is to blame! 'We are the He said the teacher had been fired -I flowers but her arrangements have where they have been far!I I RAD has been organhed one i I programs.
,. government because of his, political views.' all the know-how of an artist. I 2H yean. 'They landed in the :year now and much. of the fact-: Mrs. Frances Hunter,. Mr. and According to Wallace: Dear, Chairman

FREEDOM BEING LOST, 1 Then Home said. the teacher be- I. States, July.rl0.: A new baby was finding woriChas been done. This I Mrs. Ward Hunter and' son 'Craig Agriculture, Stabilization and
SAYS HORNE I Ian a series of appeals to the Mary Frances Lewis (Mrs: Horace born to then 'the' 9th of Feb.' The was reported by Marvin Rogers. of Ft Denning and Mr.: and Mrs.'I iConservtlon'' County Committee

I Mallory Home of Tallahassee courts, asking: to be reinstated. No Lewis! ) left Sunday morning little Miss I.1 called Linda Eliza-,, A survey of the possibilities of Jimmy Sullivan and children of "These ASC committeemen have-
Speaker of the Florida House of court upheld the teacher until the for Atlanta for a week's visit with beth. There are three other children county development has found interesting I Madison vacationing! at Daytona -i'I I broad important program responsibilities
Representatives, declared last nite case came before the U. S. Supreme her aunt Mary (Mrs C. E. Both- :,Scottie: Debbie and Nancy.: areas Beach. which makes !it all the '
at Florida'Field! that the freedoms Court said Home. well). The Senas are staying out at the,. Wylma White's report on the . |.i more urgent ...that representative
and beliefs that good men of the . Avrlett Suwannee Brings Cottage White Springs Youth Program,thatis Mn. Bradford Wells went Morn farmers be elected to the Job. He
.d nation hold dear are being threat Mn Alma Browne of Shreveport Margaret Register spent last until they go to his r.?w assignment available to other areas'was 'in day to Tampa to-meet her husband'who 'I urged aO qualified voters to be sure

ened and lost Louisiana, is' visiting her sister Thursday and Friday in Gaines- In Delaware,,. teresting. Mn White stated further has Just returned from a tour I to cast their ballots.
Home was the main speaker at Mrs.: Addle McCall in Jennings. ville the guest of her cousins Dr. that a survey is being made I of duty at Vietnam. I Each year, the Chairman explained
I the Gainesville Kiwanis Club's old- ,:.. Dan and Ruth Roberta Invitations eieout,, for a mlscel-: I concerning: the possibilities for a 5 such qualified voters r farmers

fashioned Fourth of July celebra. t Mr. and Mn.. Roy Pafford drove Dr. Roberts Is remembered in i aneous (calling) shower Saturday I Home Industries Services: tryingto I Ophelia Bryan and Blanch Per I I'who are taking part or are eligible
tion. He is an alumnus of the University up to Maoon'to carry daughter, Jasper most because his mother'Juty; 25, honoring.bride-eject LindaFay'Selph I find people with hobbles or talents ry are vacationing at Blowing Rock to take part In one or more of the
I of Florida and an attorney Jane back> 'Id mine's school. Jane was Pearl Altman Roberts one i" ; ] '. .The (hours are/141, andhostesses 'that can: be commercialized within North Carolina and thereabouts. ; farm programs which the committees :
: in Tallahassee. has been'at home'on a three weeks dearly beloved. Dr. Roberts U a are Mrs. James Deas the county. Harvey ,.Penlert,, qn administer *- elect a comnunv
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Home's Interest in the struggle vacation: In"'the Fall she,will go Professor In the University of Fly Mrs. QuinteenI. eas, Mrs. Vyilmer golf stated that a site for a golf HONORED AT BRIDESMAID) ..<. ,. |hio committee from among their
for state to? Mllfedgevjne Tor a special In lido and a'Doctor of Plant Path) ? Deas; Mrs. Russel'Alderman, Mn.j course near SuwIUU'1Ce Springs is LUNCHEON own.' number{ The chairman, vice
the
against
federal government sovereignty is well known. ternship.. ology. j Doyle Morgan,. Mrs. Janie Burn:I available. The golf course projectis : Greens were 'Idea blenders and!,chairman ,and regular member of
. lie .'<. .' I He graduated with honors ai l U. ham. Mrs. Cleveland Selph,. Mrs a cooperative idea. There are lent decorative accents: : to the colorful this committee also serve respectIvely -
f was intimately Involved about .
I I f
a year ago In a movement to curtail Mr. Alton Bowen Jr. and three of Fla., then went on to Cornell I Wallace Selph! Mn.: Anson John 29 families in the county who play garden flowers and bridal motif -| as delegate, alternate delegate -
the power of the U. S. Supreme boys have been guests out at lllck-. and became a Professor there.11011, Mn. Lawton Mcuuiy. The golfMr. used on the dining table and'. and second alternate delegate
I smaller tables placed In the draw-
Court. 'Three proposed amend I ory Bottom last week. It wai I Three years ago he and his family] will be at the home of Mrs. Russel Alderman gave information to a county'convention where the
ments to the U. S. Constitution quite a picnic for the boys as they (wife Ruth and children Pete Kathie -I I James Deas. I concerning: Recreation big 1'000on last Saturday noon ASC county committee is elected.
when Mrs. Thomas Leslie
"the for and Mrs
were written and were adopted by fished and tramped about the farm. Steve) came back: to Florida.I August 9 is date the wed- Parks in the ,county. This group Cecil A. Programs administered by all the

a number of states, designed to. One day the' hosts and guests visited IDs Jasper friends look forwardto i I ding of MlssSelph: to Mr. EdwardI made contact with the planning. Miss Bunnye Kennedy McLauchlin complimented and her, committeemen include the Agricul-
Ranch in Suwannee a sometime visit from them. (Buddy) Burnham.I committee: of the state recreation.Also tural Conservation Program,
force the Supreme Court into a les- Boys' : over . I I I.I bridal attendants and out of town acreage
this committee has 15 inter-
allotments marketing quotas
set role in affairs County
reapportionment .'' I Jasper folk will be Interested in friends at bridesmaid luncheon In
It's
not a silver
that
and in other areas. spoon countsit ested members. Chairman is Rua- commodity loans the feed grain
Home warned that the continuing -I Mrs. Marjorie) Croft and childrenof : is how you use,the spoon you this item of news: sel Alderman secretary is Kenneth the Leslie home. program the voluntary wheat pro-
Tables covered
the have-your kitchen: spoon. | The charming,, well loved Peggy Tuten. Not only does this were m Italian the
extension of federal power is a Mayo are visiting mother Harrison the former Mn. Charles, cut-work linen cloths. In the dinIng -' gram, Sugar Act program the
threat to freedom It is appropriate -''Mrs. R. D Vlckery this week. Reunions I committee work for tourist attrac: National Wool Program and farm
are when loved the table
Harrison of Jacksonville was marred ) room was centered
he said that Americana: should gather to pay their respects to February 6 to Mr, Steve Abel tion but also for the local population. with white flowers, greens and a''storage facility loans. Other dutiesare
pause on the Fourth of July and Gene and Helen Adicks: and daughter I assigned to the committees by
whO' has
i passed away, Then one'l in Scituate; Mass: bridal motif. About 25 iuests'were'present
consider whether they' will remain Gail have returned from avisit that ties The Alapaha River it is suggested the Secretary: of. Agriculture as the-
family are Peggy' ,had returned to Boston' and '''Ii personal gift went
the York Fair. might be given first consideration
I to New need arises.
tree.The .. and loyalties renewed.So Mass..her home. The young couple to the honoree.:
U. S. Supreme Court, especially I, It in Adrian Michigan for Improvement and development 'S.GROONIiONORED. Eligible\ voters will cast ballots
was when Fred Green"of are now living
Mr. Leonard! Register is back on because of its location and
has
moved to curtail the freedoms for community committeemen by
Uve Oak was buried Thursday :; where Steve.Is a teacher.: Peggy AT
mall after vacation, at This Include
the route a would
possibilities. :
of individuals and
the sovereignty mall. Ballots will be mailed to all
fUfor STAG RTY
July 16. Mr. Green has been Is'going to .College.The I'* '
Highlands rf. C. Going with him park areas, boat ramps, camping I
of the states he saidFor
known eligible farmer voters on or
good wishes of her many Mr. aod Mr'Joe Sapp and Mrs.M. .
several months. He belongedto
were the grandsoU/DAtlfl, Steve, sites, water level stages; dams,
.
example, he told the crowd a pioneer family .of Hamilton friends attend them. .'W Wetherington entertained for about August 21. The deadine for
assembled beneath the,lights, that and Chuck,, 'They are' here for a and Suwannee Counties and Was etc. for its entire length thru the Mr. James Bomar the usher- returning marked ballots' Sept.LComplete

the U. S. Supreme Court once forc-: few days',before the parents come much loved by his ,family,. and :Mr Earl Harrison is at home now county., groomsmen and men here for the instructions: for voting in
ed a school board to hire a Com-1 for thenv-perhaps" this weekend. for several weeks from his stayas Another consideration advancedwas wedding of Mr. Bomar and :Miss the ASC elections will be Included:

-" :-I' a .tlen.ln! the Veteran's Hospital recreational complexes for the Bunnye McLauchlin at the beautiful with the ballots at the' time' they
Lake City.- three Hamilton County towns with mailed from the ASCS county
are
: . I estate of the Sapps' on last Sat-
I areas supervised by county employees I office:
t urday at one o'clock with a stag
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"A pretty wife named Barbara Annie McKelsey of JacksonvilleIs .j school officials: and summer lyuncheon.: Summer flowers were -.- -
USED visiting her i parents the C. B.[ recreational supervisors-I "
was fumln,. used throughout the home In bou and 4
FOR SALE-HOUSE acre
Harrison who'have Just returned swimming pools, tennis courts,
The humidity was ruining from a five,weeks visit to CaUfor-l I shuffleboards lighted ball parks I quets. There was food for the men; near Jasper.;. Only $6.000. Small
in bountiful ;'
supply served family
tier tobacco allotment. See W. L. Bryan
crooning. nla. The following and softball diamonds. and etc.
,5 TYPEWRITERONLU45.00 local paper out.there: The minutes of HAD.In its entirety I style. There were some twenty- 792-4351. or Robert Ehlert. "792-
The 1 f I
In tier
wave hair FLORIDA'VISITORS ARE PAR is interesting,with possibilities.. } (Continued engage, ) -1.-7i ,4491. Reg. Real Estate Brokers tf
Just wouldn't stay there,' ENTS OF? LOCAL OFFICER But the work is ours if we want --:--- -

iI ;is; Nor her mascara Mr.:'and Mn..C. B..Harrison Sr. to develop. Nothing worthwhile SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER ,

\ .. .* we're VMORAL 1 1a x of Jasper, ,Fla, have been guests comes easy."Never :,t,
.0>01."J". _. ; assuming. in''the..AlamoDrive home of theirsori in custom's oiled'groove Mfssile Provide Cape ShoW'' J J,'
l' and daughter-l }tlaw, MaJ. and the'world to higher levels mooves Ji
The Jasper News Mrs. Charles Harrison J r.. for'the;, .But grates and grinds with friction

put month, hard with flinty rock and .steely I
The senior HeX risons are enjoying shard.

I .' fl' .. Telephone 792-6331 .. their,visit to the area; and are .The theme for 1964-63 is countywide -
I 'very; impressed"" with the community 'cooperation toward fulfilling

1 .',0;, .' ., ,.it was reported. RAD'a objectives for Hamilton ,

I Guests who Joined the Harrison County. !> v : :
'S\* .:;I REPORT OF OONDITION this past weekend were Brig.. Gen,I The steering committee
and Mn. W. W. Buchanan and son 65 is Marvin Rodgers, : for'1964-1
HAMILTON COUNTY BANK Robert from Los Altos,'and Lt. and R. W. Chance Billyr Jones

OF JASPER IX TUB STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE An* Donald' Dotson and children Watson. Watt Saunders )
CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE M 1964 Ingrid and Leslie from Lemoore Havener. I
Naval Air Base,Jn California.The .
ASSETS group had an enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. Emmett EX ree
Cash, balances with other banks and cash weekend boating at Rio Vista and have Just returned from a three Il

t Items ln process of collection: $ 875,06766 touring the surrounding country weeks trip which- took, them to
.
United States Government obligations direct aide. Next week the senior Harri many places.. >5 j

and gauranteed .to...r...'., 60652375 sons will leave on a trip to Oregon First they went to Washington! Re'l C
Obligations State and political subdivisions 4<<,535.48 and then .return to their Florida and got there for some of the 4th.j.F

Loans and discounts ........... 1,531,374.21 home.,;. I of July celebration especially the
Bank premises owned $9OOO.00, furniture and, '. concert by the Army Band on July .
fixtures $24.00000 .V;.. .'V't;i 33.00000 :Mrs? Gelon Cheshire of White 3.| They visited President Kennedys
Springs 'a sister;.ol Mrs. Florence grave where there is Mill a double ,,. r i iOtty
iLS.
TOTAL ASSETS ...,?.. 3490201.10 Milton; entered: tt.Lukes Hospital line of visitors continuously1 with
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LIABILITIES' -- "' S
Pemand deposits of individuals, partnerships aM,

Corporations ....'.....t}?.!t..,. 1.25266343
Time and savings deposits of individuals, .*, ',' .,r

Partnership, and corporations 1213238.93.
Deposits of United States Government (including"'X ', '
postal savings) ......."\\ ;?' 535756 fJY
Deposits of States and political subdivision* \;\ 465.313 : i 1 I

Deposits of banks .<>t.7t.\..U"... 612.39
i Certified and officers' check. etc'' .........-\.H; 44SoIO.56 ; l r a j
f TOTAL DEPOSITS ........... ..... $2.981,526.41" NOTHING I '
(a) Total demand deposits .. 1,580,38754 "
t (b) Total Time and savings ... is III 6
1& : I! 4 'v a f: .-41..11. NOT SuraM ftotaMissiles
I deposits .. '1,401,138.93 ,*, '; provide spectacular sights In the vicinity tf the Air
t Other liabilities ......T.......*./ ., 73783 ., '/ COOLS Fens Missile Tnt Centsr. Such launchings have cavs 4 Cape
c 1' Kennedy,t* a* knewn as the Frs World's Space Capital The
TOTAL LIABILITIES ..*... .. 2.982.26430 1 iA Cap Is one *f many reasons Ov rn.r Farris arrant and th*
..' Ftofda' Development Commission. arc wrjlnf Plorldlans' to vacation
CAPITAL Accotnro LIKECL In their own state this summer

Capital: Common stock,'total par value $100,000.00 .4100,000.00 I .
k Surplus ,..........................u......h.. ...... 375.00000 -
4 Undivided profits ............................t.! .,..,. 25.00000 Q
Reserves (and redremehtAct0tf'fo{ preferred ))' 7.936.80 i .
capital
.... ..' ittritb l Store Building and WarehouseFOR

TOTAL 'CAPITAL !ACCOUNTS .J.:..., -'t.. .m..,.... 507,936.80) Y'';: ;, ... .
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TOTAL. LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS' .7 3490201.10 AIR : rtnlWtiTheris SALE

Assets : '. '.
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secure liabilities I and CONDITIONING Y.. : U
for other purposes (including notes and bins rediscounted :/ \ -
and securities something exciting about a treasure map. It 1; ,"
sold with
I to repurchase) .....................agreement............ 737,800.00 holds the prospect of untold riches. Many a man has risked l P IN DOWNTOWN 1.. JASPER
'I, James C. Copeland Cashier of the aboved named 1 bank WJTMUTBNAUOWUiCE his an In following such a map. He was led by a hope that i : J .

do solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct $50 success would bring him untold wealth. :'
to the best of my knowledge andbellef. Too many times fortunes were lost and not gained :::: Price' I ''" '
James C Copeland will be given to each Florida Bright hopes ended .In" dark disappointment. .. :-r Reasonable. ] = ,

,, / Correct Attest.L: .< i Power Corporation customer who But Christians have found limitless riches In worship at ,_,,...1'I.\; -"' "

,I P. C. Crapps Jr. replaces a (lime-type heating church every .week. Here is a field of exploration that hat ., .:

F. B. Karren system with WHOLE HOUSE a sure guide. For Detatla Call .
Eugene N. Adidas electric cooling and tlutin(. Of- For those who seek.fmd! Yes, they find God. God Is the ,
1" Directors: far food July 1 through Aug. 3L answer. To know Him and to have the spirit of Christ ta

fSEAL, .put the At'cent_ en comfort! our hearts Is the treasure that is beyond price.
State of of Hamilton
Florida County sa
j .'.(. )\.,\ Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th / Mrs." C. J. King Sr.

'. day of 1964'and I hereby certify that I am = I .
ice
'4 not an : or director of this bank. My commission Iii. Sec ft** V" i td S Jaf"' f,: Homervill '

., < ( expires September 15. 1967 Bonded by rOWR t GeorgiaPhone
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Y :: ." American Surety Co. of New York CORPORATION :$ \ r ,
Helen C. ------ ;; Dws HU7-2247 Nights HU75694m
A. Sean Notary Public I IJ Jasper Ministerial Alliance

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Friday, July 24,1964" THE JASPER NEWS. !._JASPER FLORIDA It.f ".+t ........6 : PAGE SEVEN



i},t I ;fi/ JLanti fft on" 'JJ I :"o'a'lJfo New Corporation "Reverence""Wherefore'we'receiving'J. I[an When Ark,God He'gave charged Noah; Noah specific to build in-,:n Summertime! I I'tabu.Air and brush draperies frequently

( structions. Noah bunt the ark bj .. to remove surface dirt,before
.; 3oths!tJJJ pit"Jl'W6 Chartered Here ( a king faith ,Heb.' 11:7.: He built it by faith: Curtain.Care' lit becomes embedded. Clean drat> '
( dom that, cannot, b rooted, let'us \,
of State Tom Adams because he did 'All that God commanded I cries as often as they beecome
Secretary Next to dirt. sunlight is the biggest
!\ '..- announced the chartering of have grace whereby We serve God him. Gen. 6:22.: By thus I (solid
I today of curtain fabrics.
acceptably with reverence and godly enemy
(Continued fro .! lag 8) the following corporation: fear. Heb. 12-23, In this Vera following God Noah demonstrated I It you haVe extremely sunry win- If you discover streaks, fading or!
his trust In God and toward
Development Company, reverence even holes in curtains, the cod
Y Jasper the:Inspired writer-pic'UGJ that \vc dows, use blinds or shades to pro your
five or more guests. Post Office Box 191. Jasper, Fla, his commands. Noah did net pelts be the sun and dirt.
: tect the fabric from rotting and fad may .
God acceptably and
serve two
Mn. Glenn Scan entertained for may question the Lord's order, nor seek
Authorized Stock, 2,000 shares of essential conditions are "reverenceand I : ing. And rotate curtains from win- Prompt removal of soil extends
her Miss Mc- Q to change his Instructions. lie obey
daughter Bunnye $100 share, filed curtain wear. Your choice of fabrics -
common at per godly fear". To. enforce this dow to window to equalize the dam.
LauchlIn and Mr Bomar on Thursday PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW July 9, 1964 dealing in: Real Es teaching he' remlnMI.. that our led God and his becoming an heir age from sunlight., uses of shades, and rotation of
evening l! prior to their Saturday '. righteousness! by faith was because curtains
windows
Mrs. tate and'consttuctioaIncorporators: at help to reduce
Rachel Morgan >
evening church wedding. Guests M. D. Johnson, God Is a consuming fire verse 29.: r of his obedience. flab 11:7. In an extremely sunny picture. damage
sun
are
Mrs. Belle Strickland This statement come* from the old window silk sheers may have a ,
were the wedding party, out of Danduratd both of Jasper, I There were no doubt many In Noah HOUSEHOLD HINT
Eugene
I
and relatives. The Charles Tompkins testament and teaches: us that God(day who scoffed at him for building life expectantcy of only 3 to 6 months -
town guests Ocala Filed
Miss Kay Tompkins and Hal W. Lively of irreverence Fire Know How Do know'
did not tolerate then, Dacron you
Fiber glass acetate or
party ,was ,in the garden of the Jasper j,the ark, and who instead of repent I
,
Mrs. J. P. Jones by F. B. Harreu how to out fires
He will do in put involving paints
net so now. "Every and be far better Investments
borne alfresco affair featuring dog toward God, listened to men may I II
,an '
charcoal cooked meats. Mrs. Dorothy Smith transgression and disobedienceshall continued in their sinful way. But I terms of reslstnce to extreme sun- oils, fats gasoline, kerosene.or
i Mrs.' Lola Westberry receive a Just ot paraffin? These,sometimes occur
Erosion recompense light.
Damage Noah [ :?
belled God, vobeyedjli I ,
'McLAUGHLiN. k '. Bo'MAR+ t. I Felix White"(coLK; "' ''*" 'j f reward" Ilebv 2>.14 word, and thus'was justified In the I Yellowing antT dtsco rln "art when you're cooking cfpafHtinJror

REHEARSAL PARTY Claude Hill (coU Repair Wort Reverence is defined: as "pro sight! of Cod and delivered from the problems with curtains of some fab refinishing furniture.
PATIENTS DISCHARGED found respect mingled with affection Dump BAKING SODA on the Eta
to close the waters of the flood. I rics. These Include solid white and
Drawing a many parties
feting MIlS Bunnye McLaughlin SINCE LAST WEEK The chore of filling g jilles> and repairing ," Reverencee to Cod exists;I Dear friends who read these thou printed cottons and white cotton- me. Apply it quickly and generously
Mrv Elizabeth Pearson f dams is well started. Nearly first In the mind and Is then demonstrated to smother flames before they
and Mr. Jim Bomar whose wed ghts please remember that the Just and-rayon fabrics. Areas exposed
aU gullies formed by the thir No can become deepseated. Keep
Mrs. Irene' Grantham by our acts matter : sew
of the ement day, 'Is coming.: God com- moat sunlight develop streaks
ding was a prominent even to
Mrs. Mary BrasweU teen inch rain were In land prepared how much one may claim to revere eral pounds of baking soda on hand
summer, wu the lovely rehearsal mands all men everywhere to re- and discolorations, varying from
for row crops. God. nor how pious one nearby when you work with these
Mrs. Ethel Mitchell may appear
given Acts 17:30. He commands all scorch. Or the
party. This was by Mrs. J. pent. : off-white to a brown
The Secretary Agriculture has feel if he does not submit materials, just in
or case.
RobenonMm.
Robert C. .
be baptized, "The like figure I yellow
Graham Black. Mrs. Ponce Sandlln I men to entire drapery may'become
assigned responsibility for this emergency his to God alibis claims to j
Nichols ways
Ethel I I baptism doth also now save us. with the sun's
Mrs. C. A. Avrlett. Mrs. Juan- I in the air combine
ASCS County
repair to the The Bible
,Lucresie SIUs I reverence are empty. .
ita Small, and Mrs. Mamie Bryan, Mrs. Hamilton 1. Peter 3:2L He demands that all Dirt, grime., moisture and gases
Committee an dthe teaches that cannot I
Frank Henderson clearly we who follow him live righteous lives with the sun's
air'combine
In the reception hall of the Educational In the
Conservation District. Hamll I
Soil
have for God and his
reverence
building of the First Meth- Willis Survey Titus 21112. How do you stand be heat to cause this >cllowln and
i
ton District Chairman. Clyde BHunter taws, if we In attempt to
any way JI |
Mrs. Sally CorbettJ. the of the universe How fabric
odist Church after the rehearsal fore Judge weaknlng of the I
in the church.: There were forty B. Waton > Joe and District Supervisors, I change them or to Improve upon do you respecrind revere him, and I Another color that may be affect ,
and Blair met
S. Howell Roy them. Long the prophet wrote,
guests.A Foster Shepherd i ago I his word! James axons us to receive ed by sunlight Is yellow! Sun reacts
with the ASCS Committee at the "For thoughts'are not
your
col my FORa
Annie Mae Taylor ( ) i
pink, green and white color % with meekness the engrafted I with some yellow vat dyes un-
scheme was used in the docoratlon Walter Maxwell (eel public Informational meeting at the thoughts, neither are your ways word which Is able to save our favorably, causing streaking;, fadIng .

and in the refreshments. Tables Mary Jones (col.) Curt House my ways, saith the Lord. For as t souls. Jas. 1:21.: Or do you put the rotting. The higher the humid
There is nothing particularly difficult the heavens are higher than the '
James Simmons (col.) I word of God from and Judge the damage
were placed in the reception rooms about fillinG gullies. It, is than you ity the more rapidly
earth higher
so are my ways
unworthy of eternal life/ as solids or prints
and each yourself
was covered with exquisite occurs. So yellow
mostly a matter of using equipment and thoughts than I
"' your ways my I In the pastt See Acts 13:46.: wise choice for extremely -
beautiful
white cloths and some be
not a
which can do the work properly and your thoughts." Isaiah" 55: 8.9. In I, may
Time Is short and eternity is long, windows.
center arrangements. I- : at the 'least cost. A short narrow the church at Corinth there were! sunny
The three refreshment tables ulley! can be filled in two or three some false teachers, who thought;I'only two possible destinies await I Rain, too may cause damage. ,I
rain oa
held of and I. soaked with
gorgeous arrangements you When curtains are
tours time if a dozer can push the their than those of '
of
more ways
sweetheart balanced lighted j K. E. Thomas, this article I and streaks appear.Be .
roses : by I I' yellow rings TURNING CARS
washed sand back where
out up God Paul warned,the church: about -|
The delicious buffet adapted. close windows against
tapers. to
New Arrivals from.A sure
It came I' such saying, "And these things I
supper consisted of chicken saladIn 1 dozer usually works back and have I in a figure, transferred to'' summer rains, tq protect your_cur.. ... .

Individual pastry shells, cheese forth, going forward with a load, myself and Apollo for your sakes: txqr.cr co.Wu..'. ,.S.,lwuaaMa
:Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dan* Bras
sticks, hot biscuits: sandwiches,
then backing "empty". So there is learn in
that ye might! us not to
well are parents pf a daughter,,
punch, cake, nuts and mints.A
a definite limit to the distance a think of men above that which Is
I Ito.
beautiful fruit salad was served Cynthia Diann BrasweU boon July '
13 in Hamilton Memorial Hospital dozer can push economically.The written: that no one, of you be purled NATIONAL FARM
from the rind of a watermelon.
,
first wash and gully repair up for one against the other." SAFETY WEEK
:Mrs C. A. Avriett and Mrs. Juan-
Annie Mae and Henry Taylor,, Job was on Thomas Bridges' Saun- 1 I O>r. 4.8.: Do you think of men
Ita Padgett served the punch from colored are parents of a son Edgar ders Pla e. One of Mr. Conrad: above that which is written? Do +9 JULY 19-25,1964 ,

a silver bowl. Cake was served by Lamar Taylor, bom July 18, 1964 dozers flUent the short washes and you have more confidence in what

Mrs. Bryan. Mrs. Black and Mrs. in Hamilton Memorial, Hospital. gullies.: This was in a new bahla men say than in that which God rAc"

Sandlin greeted the arriving guests pasture' which did not yet have a has written? Jesus sold: lie that l

and assisted in serving. good ground cover. One long but believeth and Is baptized shall be

Miss Judy Small kept the bride's shallow and narrow gully was filled saved MK. IS:.16. This is written

book. with dump trucks belonging to John ,and all can read It for themselvesBut
The couple were given a beautiful Uc the Buckles and Bill Strickland.In some preachers preach} "He I

silver tray by the hostesses.For addition to this repair work, that belleveth is saved and does

favors there were match folders 1AN Mr. Bridges has built a well constructed not have to be baptized. Now ]1

marked with the names Bunnye dike to prevent this wash- ask you, "Where Is this written In .

and Jim. ing and flooding from happening a. the word of God? Which do you believe
Pretty Miss McLauchlin was be ? The LordJesus, Christ joined Some of

,comingly dressed in a semiformalblue gain.Over seventy landowners have belief and baptism together and your best friends

taffeta with a white corsage.Thlsfeilgnfurparty asked for ACP cost-share to re- made both essential to salvation ,
\vas enjoyed pair erosion damaged land Nine Who has authority td separate themIn are rats.

by all I of ten of these is on land now in Deut. 4:2: God said: Ye shall lift
. They could help save your
corn ,These gullies: cannot be repaired not add unto the word which I command I through research-In the laboratories -
Louts S. Vlckera of home after several days In
Mr. and Mrs. until tall This fall everyonewill you nor demlnish ought where unceasing war
Jacksonville ,were guests of Mrs.l cents in Jax:. She: speaks very, be wanting their gullies ,filled from it." Do you take the word of against cancer Is fought Like

Graham Black last week. They had highly. of the wonderful service she at the same time, God How can you possibly* lay all wars,it Is expensive to wage. II :
just returned from the Baptist Assembly received from everyone. For this ,reason an attempt' Is claim: to reverence to God and,change Last year the American Cancer ;: ,
'
.
in Ridge Crest, N. C.where .. being made now to get repairs done his word to suit yourself God : Society spent $12,000,000

they took a group of young people Mrs. Ruth Taylor entered, PlneI on all land upon which there are no word as God revealed it is Ills on research.To curt more, give I.
from Southslde Baptist Church up I view Hospital Wednesday for surgery crops. It will be helpful to all'con- word exactly as he wants it, and Send a check to

for youth week. Their Thursday. She baa the best cerned if reports are made of all one who seven God will accept Its local ACS. Unit.

Marian remained for wishes of her many friends.; i guides and washes that are on open He has revealed' it. To believe RY7-

weeks. dat.WUr'1 r lad and which can be repaired now. and accept God is to believe and Imort.
Ana Simpson, her mother,
Mrs.
In addition to the three District accept his revelation of himself.
Harbuck and grandson Chip
Mrs. Graham Black as recent Mrs. several Supervisors named above, Mr, Jesse And he is revealed that belief and
i returned from
guests relatives of Graham'swho recently In North Carolina visiting her I Fpuraker and Mr. Joe W Mitch baptism are necessary to salvationrom ...-. ..
were Mr and Mi".. J. 1L days 'fell are also members of the Board. past sins; Remember, "lIe 7.---
and Mrs
and family, Mr
Black and daughter, Bernadetta of daughter Hghter The members of the ASCS County that believeth not shall be damned.
Immokalee, Florida, Mrs. FurmanY. Paul Garris, also anpther |mation through about work that \\IIIU\
Mrs. Well and family in Hlnf vtlle, ;
Smith of Alachua and P. S. can be done now.. ) :

Black. The J. H. Blacks had been Georgia. . I I Paul H. Weber, Work! Unit ..

at their summer home in Waynes- and fam- Conservationist. '
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Mrs. II
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