The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Cotton Don't Pick "TO LATE TO CLASSIFY"By --
Payments Up Russell Kay ASG.Committee Smoker Says ,

, To Be Made Soon Hitchhikers Maybe I'm old fashioned, butPresident Noniinations Being, P1.I1
Johnson' Fight Poverty" j 000LM4J
I Payments Under the 1964 domestic .-, There are startling facts to back campaign doesn't makes Accepted '

cotton .allotment, program .will up the frequent. warning* to drivers bit more sense than our, .
soon be made in Hamilton County, hot to1'pfcup hflchhlkers;a Jead- 'long program'of"Foreign Air." r Sarmiet"ari'teminded'that' ala '
according to Wallace Deat, Chair ing motoring magazine reports. It appeals to me as just '*notber teas of; nominees for ,membership ... ..
,man. Agricultural Stabilization andConservation In New' Jersey, state troopers grand and glorious rat on'ASC' community' committees are
County Committee.This checked turnpike hitchbickera and hole in 'which to pour the tax. being established at the ASCS County
action follows completion of discovered 163 runaways, 98 servicemen payers money with little, bop Office.( And a;special effort is
whether acreages are, within the absent without leave, of accomplishing any benefit. being made to secure'the greatest
,domestic allotments for Individual seven Inmates fleeing_ mental in wonderful While I must admit it b a possible participation of eligible
farm The final'date for disposing stltutlons and five escaped convicts I program ,to presentin voters In the election.
a poUtlw'.year It still l
r of cotton 'acreage which is excess The fingerprints of 500 others were I ,idoesn't' ting any bells I as far Wallace Deas Chairman, Agrl- i' I,
of. the domestic allotment on.criminal records. cu1t
was .as I am concerned. Cbnser-
15 days after mailing of the excess Sheldon Mix. writing in the current ivaticn'QwdyCommittee, said today /
jcuf about I
for as I
notice by the ASCS county office. issue of HOME &: HIGHWAY: ,tall remember we have been* that\farmers who are eligible I ,
.The |Chairman pointed out that publication of the Allstate lns r- sending .billion of dollars over* tl o vote to the committee elections It taxes THIS IS IT
the payments are authorized under manta the dangers of offering ridesto seas to stop the communists I also have the right to nominate as only one. -be earefall ,
the .special cotton program made strangrs.Out and make friends ,for America. andidatn for committee membership ----

available by legislation enacted of 100 hitchhikers pasting Our State Department tells us any firmer who Is eligible and but has been greatly strengthened. FUN FESTIVAL TIME IS HERE
early:In April. Growers who complied through a small Arizona town, lawmen w' don't' dare stop or we will willing, to serve. Such:'petitions, A "farmer eligible to vote in the
with the farm's "domestic I discovered that 84 had crim- lose the cold war. signed by at* br more eligible committee elections," according to ," Jasper City Park

'allotment" could thus qualify for inal records and twelve others were We"en't got half as many voters, nay be filed at the county the Chairman, Is generally a far.
payments of 3.5 cents a pounc on either Juvenile runaways or AWOL friends In the world today as office any time before August 12, mer who is taking part or Is eligible TONIGHT Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock fourteen

." the'normal yield of cotton acreage servicemen. Only four of the 100 we had when we etarted the, the deadline date. to take part In one or more of lovely gals will compete for the title of

planted for harvest. were without police records. program and as far as our I Additional nominations may be the national farm programs which "Mill Hamilton
These payments were In additionto Can you pick out a reputable and allies sticking with tails concerned made by the incumbent ASC community the: ASC committee helps adminl- DAY County"ALL
larmless hitchhiker Many people France, (Britain, Cana' and county committees. if stet A person eligible to hold office SATURDAY Beginning at 10:00:: a.m.-
30 cents pound
which the is Average available through per the regular think so and guess wrong; the da and a'' few others 'don't see these are required or determined as a committeeman among other Fun for the whole family Don't :.& it Come

price-support loans for 1964 author points cut. Five members of any harm in selling to' Cuba, desirable."We qualifications may be obtained from and stay all day >'
and Russia.
upland cotton, the basic pri HUP- one family picked up a young man Why ahould they 'when want, the best men avail ASCS county office. ENTERTAINMENT I s\
port loan rate Is 30 cents per poundfor who murdered them and stole their are willing to eels to Russia we, able to serve on our ASC commit. The election of ASC community GAMES OF SKILL
Middling 1-inch cotton at aver Car. A woman driving alone pickedup Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and few tees, ,Chairman Deas declared, committees throughout Hamilton ,:
age location. a uniformed serviceman because others and maintain ,the United a "because the committee system is County will be held by mall between CATCH THE GREASED PIG ;.

his car had broken down. He Nations whether anybody else the backbone of farm programs August 21 and September 1. CAKEWALK .
The producer who chose the domestic killed her. helps or not. those dealing with conservation of Each community election will SATURDAY EVENING 9:00 p.m. When the *
could ob-
allotment plan Many states prohibit hitchhiking, soil and water, as wen as the price choose: three community committeemen men
tain additional income by planting but te laws are not rigidly enforced They tell us that we must support activities in various com and two alternates. The! chair- will be on hand to sport that beard before the
other crops on, the :allotted acres Despite police warnings against breeds communism'poverty because but If it' modities. In the last couple of yean man, 'vice chairman, and regular judges and vie for the honor of having the best

,.. not used for cotton as long feed as he picking up hitchhikers, motorists will take the trouble to check you I the farmer-elected committee system member of the elected ASC community beard.and. winning a prize. Also dancing in ,
did not exceed the farm's continue to' Invite. strangers into the records you will find unique In the history of agriculture committee will also ien'e the park
grain base in the farm had an effective their. cars.motorists. :the traitors who have sold that'I I has come under considerable respectively as delegate, alternate '
,cotton allotment of more country down the river were scrutiny As a result of inensive delegate, and second alternate dele BEAUTY: CONTESTANTS AND SPONSORS
than 15 acres.DON'T. who pick up hitchhikers not poverty stricken: individualsbut study by official groups, the gate to the county convention. to be Hariet Gibson Jasper Chapter No. 199, 'Order of Eastern Star "
face another hazard. A hitchhiker en-todo, well educated !system is jot only being retained, held soon thereafter where the ASC ,Bembry Suwannee Valley Tractor Company y H
FORGET may sue tfte driver after an' accident scientists, college professorsand county committee will be chosen. Sherry Andrews -,Big Tcp Warehouse No. 2 J
In 20 states and the Districtof top flight executives. --- Sharon Elaine Bumham Eagle, Inc. I'.

have free Columbia the law provide that We cam out of ?World ,WarII ,came all! obstacles: to achieve Judi Jones Chandler's Tobacco Warehouse Ilk
I Don't forget to jxwr an auto owner is liable to his the most powerful nation on succeat L. K. CUNNINGHHAMGETS Linda Fennell _Jasper.laundry &: Dry Cleaners "
\ chest x-ray today or tomorrow. guest' 'in case of injury through I earth and since Wen have sat I take pride In the fact that Bobble Jean! Hayes-Jasper Kiwanis Club\ .
This will be the only time this year COMMENDATION Sharon'Howell -- Western Auto Store Gene Dandursnd, owner* '
"ordinary negligence// back' and waited for our enemies my great, grandfather crowed It.:
the unit will be in Hamilton Co. Cheryl Selph Jasper Woman's Club
tl to catch up. ,We 1ft Russia the nation in a pralr schooner.He T
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To you people 'residing' in the. "There are still:some drivers sneak in a take over Cuba took: the.risks becausebe Cunningham tormerly o.. Sharon Bennett Big Top Tobacco Warehouse No. 1
and of Mrs. Hannah
Jennings, Belleville or White who feel guilty when they turt ithin miieeof'our' abore.d"wliif" Jasper, nephew; Cheryl Shaw 'r- S Stephen Foster Music
" JBO. beev2d' club
.-r ....+a'r4.ataat 5 rt1tiF5 ttsed tAflti'tMseedthrr "snit ipt m buJ1l"'on thQ4va3'; t .We ala I Na\1l'htT' {rl f _BlanoY wfts: transferred: to" Msraba'Ann'-8i'iwelf' Jasper> ,T.;A.. w. ....-.' ...,..._ -mml&si
come to Jasper 'Saturday'' "(tomorrow here is no reason to feel any obication b.IJ gbt:1tI1ea.: they (set up who. kelp ? themaelvss." Thetrialsand Camp LeJeune, N,; C.; recently' from Carole Mcl.auchitnLion's dub,'of Jasper :.I "
'!\ ) and haw fun and also., toward these mochers. You missile bases, we failed,to follow : tribulations he faced the Norfolk:- Virginia S....: He Is Linda Gail Hurst_ Myrtle's Flower Shop. .ll,.'"w.. >-,"t--II
.have your chest: x-rayed. Lets havea wouldnt open your home to them; up' with rigid inspectionand 'were his own, tae didn't look to now administrative. officer of .- r I .. '''. ; :, -\, \
good turn out, 'encourage your why admit one to your cart", Col we don't know today what Washington tot' help, lie bad the 4th Dental Company; Fleet Marine \ ;;, The regulai'meeiing '0 I' rfie Board\"Director 'L
friends and your relatives to make G. R. Carrel, chief of the Colorado UM situation ,really is. been taught tod1gbt':< his 'own Force, at Camp> LeJeune. He 1of t .
( the Hamilton Chamber Commerce will beheld
this effort. State Patrol, says in the article. We doa't! have to worry battles stand on his, own feet enlisted in the Navy September 28, .County ,t
J, Edgar Hoover, director of the about the communist startinga and meet the future on'his own. 1940 and worked up through the Monday evening, August10 1964( at 8.'00 p.m. In''
shooting war, Why should He ranks to Chief Warrant Officer W4 '
an .
was the Chamber of Commerce building'
Can You Bake A FBI, puts it this .way: "Offering they when winning : while serving on eight ship and
they are : injr the spheere of his nation's I
ride to stran like The public is always invited to attend all
a 9 vr, passingon hands down by gnawing way influence, openingnew terrl- many shore and overseas stations. cordially
Cake Help WorkIn a hill or a curve, Is a dangerous, at n', draining our resources, toryfor the welfare and beD Befcre leaylng the Norfolk assignment Chamber of Commerce meetingsSponsored
bUnd gamble. In neither case can sapping our economy and wait fit of all his commanding officer by the

The Fun FestivalCan the motorist foresee what is, ahead fag for \us to wake up with' an Yes, I know the ,world ha*V .,Issued the following letter of com Hamilton County Chamber of CommerceIn
empty pocketbook. changed. Thing are different mendation;
? Cakes wfll PREPARATION DAY We can't eliminate poverty today. Men are poverty stricken case of rain, Beauty Pageant and Fun Festival villbe
you bake cakes without eliminating individual through no fault of their held in the high school I

be heeded Saturday for the Hamilton Preparation Day of Vacation effort, faith, courage and the own, but let's help them to, "!" ,. -_..'. .............-
County Fun Festival. If you are Bible School' for Dtvonia Baptist aggressive spirit that built and help themselves, maintain their .,ao
willing to bake and donate a cake, Church will be Friday, August 7 made this nation great. Our self respect and dignity and t rrrh .'
please call Mrs. Wade Norris, 792- from 3:00.4:30: : p. m. with V. B. S, forefather knew 'poverty but I revive in their hearts the faith I ( '
2151 who'has charge of the Cake to be from August. 10 14, 8:00: they set their sight on free and courage that their forefather t tC"
Walk. Mrs. NorrIS will be glad to 1100; am. Ages 4.12RHQDEN dom and opportunityt and knew. ':..----. c---
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make arrangements to have someone -- :
pick It up If you are unable to REUNIONThe rv r' ,' : gSA My ,
ver it to the City Park.Also 'n,1' Nutt y
relatives and friends of the .. .O ,'' e't urn' ?
if have free time on ,, ti
you late G. W, and Riley Rhoden will ytc ems
hands Saturday and can givea
your have their family reunion Aug. 16
few hours assistance it will be
at the ,American Legion Post
appreciated. Dr. Kyser Chairmano White Springs, Fla. ,,
fthe Fun Festival, said plans are Come and bring your well filled 11 '
about completed to make this coming 'Exhibit"Sergeantts
the day.
baskets and enjoy
weekenct'a really big Fun Day M.f ym. *,>jj Wheller and Koon will

except ,for sufficient workers. The > ';: Bus To Be Here For be available ,to discuss Army careen -
biggest problem in staging the Fun 1964 Feed Grain ..../ ;! { l with| young men and women.

Festival Is lack of man-power. Surely .r.1: '1m Fun FestivalThe
.. Payments Soon To ,
there are plenty of men and women f
in Hamilton County who are Army's "Progress Exhibit"
.willing to help so ,won't you Be Made t Upon: your detachment from U bus will be In Jasper, .Fla on 7 &;
S. Naval Air Norfolk, Va.,
i please caU Dr. Kyser and offer Station of August 1964.
your' services and help make this I Final payments will be made in :" lit Is my desire to have this letter '
year's Fun Festival a huge sucess? Hamilton County to farmers taking \ WH4T'DO ,made a part. of your official service Outstanding in the exhibit is a
-- part of the diversion payment was record. model of military: base In space.

for corn,and grain sorghum beginning "1 wish to extend to you my sincere It shows moving fighter and cargo
f.llosquito Survey in late August,. Wallace Deal, appreciation for the outstanding Jet aircraft, atomic reactors\ ,radar, '
Committee announced today. YOU WANT manner in which you have )performed and manned satellites and space
Made By Health The Chairman explained that' a H your duties 'as administrative blast off an alien planet and in the
part 'o fthe diversion payment!was .. officer and division officer. station. Rockets stand ready to
ServiceThe made in advance to producers last LIFE You :are greatly respected and ad- background are' flickering of the
spring at I the time they signified OUT OF ? mired for your sound advice and Milky Way and more distant stars.
Hamilton County Health their Intention to participate In the leadership by, all of the depart. There Is a reminder,that s U. S. n
Department announced this week program. This was done as a '. meent personnel. Army' Redstone missile put Ameri i
that mosquito collectors from the means of helping them to meet t '. fed yet" want to tie a success? to you set on gelling "Ai additional duty, have ica's first man Into space and color

United States Public .Health. Service their production expenses. The feed leh? Co you want to be famous served ss Staff Dental Administrative you slides showing Army missllemen/ in ,, 1 '

were in the county recently. I grain payments soon to be made represent Eves If you attain thesa goals, It Is practical/? sure Officer, Commander Naval Air action are continuously shown. -_--'

Their with purpose a state here wide was in conjunction the' balance of the diversion total thins that you still will not be satisfied It has been Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. By The Army's all-new M-14 rifle
programto payments due and time after time. So why-break back conscientious efforts and devotion
eliminate the Aedes Egypt Mosquito available demonstrated your your and M-60 machine gun are
vector of yellow fever. They price-support who payments took part In the 1964progt'at'I and yew beam 1 to the rat lace to secure them to duty, there has been a ed with a replicA of a Clvfl

sampled areas in White Springs, to growers. Pens It would bo) well for you to do sore rethtoHng market Improvement In the Aircraft dental volver and, a modem
Jennings and Jasper. } about your coals. Do yoo l baYs a worthwhile purpose Inifc? department the eleven compared to a Cavalry
Carriers and three Overseas Bases
reminds farmers as was used during the :
The collectors informed the that provisions of the 1964 program I Region gives Pur oSe to I life eternal purpose.' Know- assigned this command. of the west.

Health Department before leaving extend throughout the 1964 calendar Ire God gives the crdy lasting satisfactlott .. .. "You have never deviated from .

that no Aedes Egypt Mosquito Larvae year; receipt of the final pay- ,I + hefe are many ways to get acquainted with Cod but any difficult and demanding assignment. The Army's invading ,
were discovered but that many ment does not mean an end to the I lie most direct is through the church. Worship God InC Your devotion to duty urdan but Its all In fun.
other mosquito larvae are prevalentin program. Farmers who diverted Rb mry week. and loyalty are considered outstanding of the second annual Fun
the county. It Is encouraging to land from production 'under the ., 4 ,r to be held here August 7-8. n I

know that we probably do not have I feed grain program agreed to protect &,' 4k fax l ask Sru { "All of us wish you God speed A Nuce-Hercule missile from theRedstone

the yellow fever vector among us, It and rot to harvest from it y and smooth sailing: in your new Arsenal at Huntsville, Ala
even though as any fisherman throughout the whole of 1964. Such assignment.. Well' done I" wlllbe here. The Nlke-Hercule mis'I
knows, we have great numbers of diverted acreage may be grazed. Jasper Ministerial Alliance i : 'f. T. D,Davies she Is the principal weapon of I

mosquito however, starting November 1. 8 >f \: Commanding Office, Army's high altitude air defense 1

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_PAGE TWO THE JASPER tfEW3 ,' JASPER FLORIDA x;.. ,Friday August, ,7, 1964

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The Art Of aside the problems ot the day and'It. May I be so brave as,to suggest BURNHAM NEWShv ,# .

Praying relax by getting into a mood of that one of the thoughts of appreciation CAMS' 3flie j tEas; per A12et
spiritual closeness with God. Perhaps might be for the problems of LOIS '21PPFRFK_ 15
"Prmp without ceasing" I The**. a record of soft music or a the day? The problems should HOFH. ... ..
5:17.: Make It .,rule of life never to regret r ,v<<'
of meditation might be usedas teach to live closer to God than
When we think bf praying there I you and :never' to look back: Regret THANKS Published Every Friday ],
.a background u we pause to if everything went the waysyou ,
are three thirds we should think Is an apaf of : I FlOrida
ling waste energy
Second' : ,Class Postage Paid at Jasper
talk with Him and Cod talks: with I wanted it. You certainly.could ask I I ,' ,
about aa we pray. you can't build on'lt Us only good '
a in dl 1 Strictly i in Advance'
us. God to guI you what you Subscriptions
_The period of It is moat Important 'I t for wollowing in.: friends '
of end of After the of tomorrow-,ne::3 month or even next '. Mansfield Dear : 13.00 in Hamilton County -: $4.00 Outside of County
Many us come to the a period prayer one /Katherine We would
Finally and ask God to like to publicly ae-
day and all on our knees and pray should think of the reason he pray I year.speak to you pause telling: what he would .,.' ..y. ,I knowledge and' thank you for the,) Cards of Thanks . $1.00 MinimumTelephone
about one good parauaph'witoout ed. It might be appreciation for Mr; and Mrs. Joe Sullivan are .
have you to know, As God talks to many expreaslona'ahown us in thet I SYcamore 2-6331
gyfngGo' the chance to say one all of the blessings of tho day God spending some time !n Macon. Ca: "' .
1 word, much less a good paragraph. has done so many things for you to- you please listen to what He has with their children Carried and sudden death of our mother. The< Mr. and J rs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher
food the
lovely flowers
to and him. and
As we pray we ahould learn to put day if you would only, think about I say obey Maxine Sullivan and Ed and Dot kind words are deeply appreciated I -
Finally God doesn't say you may Leutener and children. They are
pray only one time each day..The |I also visiting their"son-in-taw) and May the Savior and King over
shadow each of you'in lave alwaysis -9 Public Announcements ,
author of Thessalonians not to daughter Eddie,and Marjorie Nor., our \

stop praying: We 'should!: strive to legs and children In'Atlanta., prayer.The .
sons of Mrs. Doris '
rl live in a prayerful mood all of the ,..r..e.eK Tyre NO1ICK or FtFCTIOVtAKtv&'Vu.t.j. It* THtJ OUNTX JUOO&'S ,!-
,_ T ,] Ifal>>: n ,.% If +ANO'FOrV.-> ** *
time. As you drive to work 'take .. j rf ,r .1 ton Afi : "eOO T> *
jTohnnJe.Gaajotvjrf ) AspenJthe
; Itrlifc'oia'evehvtiiyou Prtta > *We-'woukt ;lilnr'b', express' our tteeroury of Htkto of the Htat ofc HAMILTON COUNTY '
. ,.. (f.'GiM' .,(t)4.'f""' : th.tainbyy"oirY $ weekend with hi* uncle and Florida, do hereby sirs| notice thata FLORIDA.' IN. PROBATE
read this article you may pray. thanks from the botton of our OiSXLKAL li.LLCllON: will b* No 1 III
: Franklin and AWe
aunt hearts to the many friends of Mrs. I held In Hamilton County Klorlda, on IN KB: FSTATH OP
Remember though to always
::11. Tuesday nest succeeding th* first RAYMOND! J. CAMP
thank God for listening even though Mr. and Mrs! Isaac Shiver spent I Ethel Iichols during her illness and Monday U November A.' D. n.. Deceased _
death. We sincerely thank each and the said Tuesday being th. third dryof FINAL! MOTICfl
hi may not.have answered as you Friday and Saturday in Jacksonville i i November, to fill, the following NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
felt he should. Strive to follow. I I every one of you.'May God's richest office the undersigned on the llth day of
Edward ;
,, i with Mr. and Mrs.
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I: blessings be with I|United Stale Senator. .tlI,. A, D 1164. sled a Fl s4 Accounting
j'I God's will for I you as be speaks Brand and Mr. and Mrs. Leon you. I I i Representative In Congress: for the, of their kdmlnlilmtlon of
I through prayer. Starling. They came back to their The Nichols f family]I(I I Niath Congressional District the Estate. of Raymond J. Camp Deceased
Thre. (1) Justice of the supr.meCourt and notice U further riventhat
-- children Mr. and Mrs. George Hud I Ooup 1, 2. arid iOns after publication of Ibis Note,
., LEE M. HENDERSON IN son In Lake City Sunday and had OTHER LOCALS ((1) Judge of th.,District Courtof one cacti week for four conseeu
Mr. and Mrs; John C. Cause and Appeal for the First Appel- tire week, application will be mad
Pchii'i GREAT LAKES ILL. dinner with htem,, lAt. District to tho Honorable Joha H. McCormick
children.. John Jr, Jeffery and Karen Governor County Judge ef Hamilton County
Lee M. Henderson, Jr., 20, son of % I have returned to their home in Secretary of State Florida for approval of said, accounting .
and for final discharge of
Mr and Mrs. Junior\ ,JIalley ComptrollerrommlMioner
Mr. and Mrs Lee M.,Henderson of I I Yuma, Arizona after, a few weeks of Agriculture the undersigned a. Executors of
Jasper, Florida. has begun basic I children and nephew of Tampa visit with their parents Mr. and I'I Treasurer laid estate. .
Ne spent the, weekend with Mr Haitey's I Attorn ey-Oeaeral Raymond :J Camp Jr
training at the Naval Training Center (Mrs. Marvin C. Harris of Jasper ,Superintendent of Public InstructionFlorida John C. Camp
uncle and aunt Harlon and Marie Commission An Executors of the Estate
and Mr. and Mrs George Cause ; PublialUnlltles! ( !
Great Lakes 111 .
Durnham .1', of Raymond ,J. Camp. D.
. of Cross City, Fla. Leaving one State Attorney' of'The Third Judicial ceased.
The nine-week training Include \ I
Circuit First Published on July Jl. 1M4
r son, Marvin with his
naval orientation, history and organization Harlon and Mary Martha Lam- Public Defender. Third' Judlelal'Clr.euh July 21. Au*. T H tLCROSS- .
in Jasper. Sgt. Cause Is in
seamanship, ordinanceand bert and children returned to their
BUte Senator Seventeenth Senatorial
Photo $ect Operation Dept. M. C.
gunnery: military drill first home in Deland Saturday afteroon District\
'IHE Ji\sPEI: NE\VS A.,S. On., (1) Member of the Howe of
aid and survival. after spending several days last Representatives, "
During the training recruits re- week in Bluffton Ind. with relative HELP ST P. I II County Judge h ATBULLETIN
Clerk of the Circuit Court .
.i&., I celve tests and interviews which Mrs. Rufus Culbreth and children Sheriff '

-- determine their future assignmentsIn Margaret. Robert and Faye spent I MALICIOUSWOODS Tax Tax Collector Aseeimor
the Navy. Upon completing the Sunday in Jacksonville with their County Superintendent of, Public>

program they are assigned to service sister and aunt.MrWMyrtlce Sauls BURNIN InotructlonSupervisor' of llegtatratlon.
ZONING CHANGES I schools for technical training e .4"*'* i Three (3) Members CommUolonem of the, Rnarb Districts of!
or to ships and stations for on-the- I believe that genius Is an infinite \ i 1, I' and 6. .
Job training in a Navy rating Public Instruction. Districts S
PUBLIC HEARING capacity for taking life by the i Two (2) Member of the Board of
laity.. scuff of the neck. and I.
parents and grandparents Mr. .and In Tentlmorfy Whereof, I
I Naval training produces the power Christopher Quill .
Mrs. Frank Hammock. have hereuntonet my
A Public Hearing will be held before the Jasper In seapower by supplying qual t e I ee.e, I; State end the of Oretit Florida Seal, at of TMU.haimee the. !
fled personnel to man the ships, Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and I Ithlrtlret
: Planning and Zoning .Board,on Thursday, Au- Mrs. James Dixon and Mr. and! the Capital thin the
planes and stations of Sunday day of, July,!
shore and o
today'sNavy. children grandson spent d
gust 13, 1964 at 7:30: pm. at the Jasper, City Hallto in Madison County with their Mrs. Roger Skelton of Savannahare A. D. 1.(.. Q
I their
time with
spending some
consider the following: tt;,: sister-in-lawr Mrs Elizabeth Kra,l I TOM ADAM P8TATB I BFCRETARY} ,

,A.... T, U. 21. II
I I. Petition to erect a New Church E&ttldinffin i mar '

a Residential area zoned R-l IA loca:*' I\ I I

ed in Block 28, Caldwell's .Survey;, Cty

of Jasper. 1 1 y s

You should be present, 'but?'objections or non '

objections may be voiced ,by petition other( rep- \ .

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CALL.'' WAITE us.If T._.... Telephone 971-5458 ok _. july24p WORTH OF PLANTS. PALMS. SHADE AND FLOWERING
FOR SALE two bedroom house F a
Robert A, Ilallrnbeck :
P, O. Box: 27. Tallahaee Small two bedroom hounee in The Minerals. '
in Jennings 75X150 ;
Batteries and Repair For AU on ft lot or will
Hearing Aids ASlc move to your Jot. You can buy this INDUSTRY, WITH COMMERCIAL -, t k p % tw
house for only $50.00 down, balance MINING OPERATIONS r '

like rent. Call Jax..- Fla. collect IN 42,OF 67 SS Z NO

Georgia Plate Glass Co. 768-9623 after, pm;,' ltep' COUNTIES ALSO CON. : a el
.Store Front
9 Mlrr.tM Iteallvered
Tub Cnclrwiren: Showers I II $
215 W Savannah Ave. Cm-5283. I r' .;. WITH THOUSANDS OF
opera- !
I lions at reasonable cost Termsto I DOLLARS.IN PAYROLLS. '.a M Mk
,fit your needs; Loans to
SAVE-SAVE=- SAVE 1 .1 up .
>>gal glass lined water 'I years. Can North Florida Pro- ,, 4
$74.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- I ,raction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave I -r-'

95 w.t.; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezen Uv, Oak; ,Tel' 362-2588, DOBS YOUR BUSINESS LETTERHEAD MAKE .
$19995; 473 Ib/ Upright Freezers I ,
$23995, 647-lb, Upright Freezers .t-
or by>>
$299.95, 12-ft. Automatic Defrost .Il.1RJJcSrll
Refrigerator with 91.Ib. Freeze Motel dny, week/ or month. Alapaha (

$249.95 W.t. :5-year warranty, at tfc .
Manning's Radio Service, call 792- I USED ELECTRICRANGES FOR I4C "
4421, Jasper tfo I'
Sale. Good condition. $40 and \ .Y
J50. Mannings Radio Repair Jas /
in Live Oak Florida for all your per. phone 792-4421 .Uc (:

\ musical needs from organs and "-- ---.I,. ..... -- I .Jt: ,., .1 rf ".
L' pianos to records and record pinyen LOT AT SUWANJJEE SPRINGS : I ) '

tfoREP For Sale On the river high and ; : .

J """"* dry, food location, only $1,000.: See I: 'j\ i. ) f Q Q IS'ALL :
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We repair all types T. V, and Robert Ehlert, owner: tic \ .. :(,. $u :

radio. Also Small appliances. Man- \
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FOR SALE, One 'hand mower.
4421 nings Radio Service, Jasper tic 792-I{Good condition $ .OO Call Mrs. I W4,. :i' : I i'YOU'

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I I'r LOT FOR SALE Excellent lot in U t rlt.bedype san -
11 t Only 2000. See W. -L. Bryan : *, tire
' 793-4351 or Robert Ehlert convenient location in Jasper. Has .* : I

Reg. Real Estate been priced at $1100. Make us an : ,. : (, : :
f 792-4491'1 offer for quick sale. W., L. Bryan ;". For a Goodyear Nylon ,

JOB SALE-U*d Sofa 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert, 792-4491 (! : .
525 cash. Call 792-4433. Registered Real Estate Brokers .: : :..: with Tufsyn Rubber $

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Nets FREE apartment and small salary *.!i1 US HELP YOU : ,
BARBECUE!t pit at Alapaha to elderly woman or couple: to t 'k 1 ,. A dollar does it! Well mount a guaranteed Goodyear Ure
Motel Restaurant Now serving Letterhead Design IW J new Nylon All- made with exclusive 3-T \,
live and for elderly :'; ; Wear
barbecued Chicken and smoked on premises care "442t% tire on your triple-tempered Nylon cord
mullet. Route 41 north of Jasper. lady Mrs Phil Townsend 530 o Gilbert New Cotton fibre Bond:' ":c' :' car with just one buck as the and super.mileage Tufsyn
It's delicious tfc Westmoreland, Live ,Oak, Ph. 362 ; co-l CIt. Youll be 'riding on rubber.

C74. A14c o Quality ; .' ; .
Printing "
I FOUND: Small! fishing boat on
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Suwannee River Owner may claim ATHLETES FOOT GERM .k-J, 'r"t. .';; ;;'
same by calling 79C-5632, Identifyand HOW TO KILL IT
Take a good look at your business leUarheid.' .
pay' for this ad. A 14c In 3 days If not pleased with sir !
\ ong T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at Can It be linproxd through new dealga...better paper...\

t, HELP WANTED: Earn $20 per day any drug store. Watch Infected skin quality printing Call us,there's ao obOratloa M lea ie."i1'NDLIN.

\"WUi or more train In man permanent or woman route if work inexperMvced. -, lough it off No Watch more healthy itch A burning skin replace We will be happy to dbcusa. h with ,.. ...aad show yo. MOTOR CO

l Write,, Mr. Heath, Box Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-LTbo how we can be of assistance to yon I.Imprebis daIaritAI1mpreuloDmaker"

lee Memphis 2, Tern A 10 p powder too -fine, for sweaty; *f your baabae.. Phone SY 2.2193

FORRENT;Trailer space at Genoa feet toot order; stays active in the I 111111 : : : Jasper, Florida

...., Ante Cason Ph. 397-3131. skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S THE JASPER NEWS
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up $ ., $5.95$ lie $4.95$ COATS BLOUSESWere
$1.88' : suPS d.COTTON; Sheets Cannon,
"l I C01TON GIRLS ,\ SPORT $ to $
,/. .: 'G rrs. "f, .\t 81 KNIT $29,95Reg.24.95
. SKIRTS ,"-. -: : :;. ,1t1 A' COTTON BOYS DACRON ', .

:0' _-. Suits $37.50$To $30.00$
! : LADIES : i ; $ 10 to 6 SIZES '' 't' PRICE /z' .
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.f y.A Mgual 7.1964---:,-,'..'' ..__. .... _.... ._,..t,, m;..,. '- awTHE: "',\\ JASPERjNEWSi JASBER__ :FLORIDA I. __ -. > ,K ,' ,>, ,' '

P: Religiou Feedolnw :ough.theta 1 .word rd; haTilnej'jjj maybe --- and elgnt t. .f- : concentrated in Miami and*)

,, "one;, as, thou father art ki'me.aid In'ad \ Jacksonville to relieve pressing
Cate..of Jn J"\"lJJegeten.. t In thee, that theyalsomay" be : YOUR GOVERNMENT! four ,jaae' ; < ,: J tr'adfLe'probkttr'In these two
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eflfUes :
-Mnetropbjitantare The Ipter-
", _.. Uptted.States one In us: that'the' work nary' believe r 'tion to >r : : -'state portion:-jfcf the tjac.ksonTifle ./ -
Iv-tt, orn, '' b l that' thoij halt sent m.." ,,, ':*.. '., A WEEKLY REPORT 3Y tersecting .: .,., Biprewway r wi ieei.eom-
(John 17:17.41."Can enyone'thlnk ** i the path of : '
great heritage wUeft cost so many > : plated'and the northern leg of
'sp nuch' .has also'bad/and'''is of a,unity os{ purpose and practice, ,. ; :,t : :: ,y overpasses : ,, ( ,"the Warm Is'opeD.
con and desire'and 'doctrine .r zany F .,, u valuable' t bo trafiG. 3:1:: ,
tinuing'to Have tt ? / "P" '
4 sting effect relationship any 'clOler: tW that ; Into the fife Live celerat d
on.the tellgion oTOirlst as taught of the Father and Son? Certainlyhot -,,77' "";t'JF.AJUtIC! "W\- When the rural construction of'Route

rte the,pew Testament.;Why7Shrn And yet this,i* ?w prayer of \1.: Govet, :/;'cf o"j'a" f P.tes"are ; ., 95,; and noW'lIne 51-mfla !aermeet
i ply because many have the misconception Christ that those who believe,; on .. ; a motorist 1 } udder vooatrootlon iri Bra-
that"God also allows man him should be this ttosely relatedIn from Miami \ I yard Copnty. "fn addition, aU
BIDA'S : {
j-jr jthe.,freedom to worship him'In any that which would ''Concern rellg Fl EiP LADING 1NTERSSTlATE, :SYStEM out ever l I of r Route. 95 Between Dayton
:which they see fit, or whIch: lous activity. Surely Christ did Dot "'. setttinr Belch and Jackfonville expected
happen to appeal tor their own per. pray for the Impossible 1 Sine* we Florida Is experiencing the: 1, schedule, to be completed or railroad to be under constrtctlen
;raonalfikes or fancies.;' all will be judged,by the same standard greatest road building boom, la '197J;',Ftorida' share of Route <'If I by'* De Vmter.. r9 (., Work is
the'Bible'teach in the history at the state. ,this I 41.000-mile nationwide
But what does, of authority why do rrten- believe Interstate J1'A""f'J! now under way on approximate
I concerning rtMgious f treedom T Has and teach that one mat !rVe The, :State Road p. p rtment network totals 1,161 miles Ida ly:40 miles of this 90-mfle segment
God really 1U>::man.,to his choice God in any way which he .:.he BOAT has more11.\ .. f 2901 ,million 'Since this" program 'was or- tween This St, I -
I {f concerning that which i constituteshis may choose! under way on our" state-naii* State Road Department has I U vital Florida'
religious'activities? I don't suppose could: give a pretty good ,reason : Atlantic to continued
that there are many who why sojne,with whom I have,be tained highway network made commendable strides- except f.r growth. I am confident the
,would answer In the agirmatlve come' aqualnted would so teach, I tm particularly proud of Under the able leadership of in Tampa (State Road Department will I
tasked' this question directly, yet I there is the matter ot the almighty four the progress being., made on the, Road Board Chairman John RPhmipsfOie ., : meet its obligation to he motor I
'Interstate .
the moat widely accepted view in ,dollar, the'mater of social[ standing, superhighwaysin 'RoadV D"$rtm'ht;? '-' .. 'lilr-pu6 CD)'"completingthese I
it :'religion Is that person who is hon-; la the eomrmrajty and the matter of Florida has completed 370 mlhevfcas the" four superhighways. on schedule.Sell .
oat and sincere In his devotion to just simply:not believing that the national system of llmItedaccess an tdditional 130 miles under way 'and : :
freeways ,
God, no matter what he engages in was construction and is acquiring Park
Bible means what.It.says "when Itj lied by Congress 19S8 and nhed be
.accepted In the right of lOO miles. to
religiously, Is sight says what 1U s$)',." wayoq. more December
of God and that it is a matter of indifference With many it la simply a matterof This wa bay initiated work '
to which church one belongs follow\ *' 'an Inherited religion, of God was so repulsive to'this on?600 mu'system>s..of th 1,161-mil Route 10'' I I .
as long as they are engaged. or the coneepfthat: if it was goodenoujhfFattier freeway in Florida. et h
group that they stoned Stephen to This Indicates we
Of 'progress tate- :
in some form of worship. ; and Mother it I + ; :
View ( let death rather than accept that which are I keeping pace with, the16year :tram .
woUld But
course this prevailing is gpfxl wwshfor me. us outlin'd by
render the teaching: of'Christ and lust(ngffeaDfl?,bible example of an he taught. Their fathers had been the U.. S.program Bureau 'of Public 1------," : .. 4t
apostles'anccurate, 'who followed the wrong and they too were satisfiedto -
the inspired account or some "
Roads In fact-as of July 1
and Useless becaUse they .never way of their ancestors This is re- be wrong. Do you follow an inherited we'were the number one '.tate I Your
I N taught such Ideas tn'anyform in contaM .4 the, pages of inspired writ. But to Jq hnpress the Jews with the sure that you can prove that which of Interstate highway funds.
the exact contrary." Christ prayedIn fact tftiVchrist had come, and I you practice by the Infallabie word The cost of this program is
.the shadow of the cross as It I rf. way, the old law and that I/111/of God? We are commanded to targeting It will cost in *r-"'
were ""Sanctify them through thy ale tt tf accept him and his aut- Prove all things, hold fast to that cess of one billion cI.nto
truth, thy word is troth: As,thou {i' matters 'religion, yet which Is good. (1 Thess. 5:21): ), and complete this superhighway Oak FloridaFLORIDA'S
hast sent.me into the world, even! 1t Uwit I IJ\\ ayt d'an attitude exactly again in 1 John 4::1 "Beloved, believe network In our sUtev _
so have I sent them into the world) A1111t th<*tr" then. He answered not every spirit but try the However,' th' apparent high .
And for their sake I sanctify: myself with these very pointed words spirits whether they be of God; be- cost of building this modem .
that they also might be san- "Te/stlffnecked them and uncircumcised cause many false prophets are superhighway chain Is offset by :ot.I DEfer} AND LARGESTTOBACCO
tilled through thy truth. Neither :In it*arts and ears, ye do always gone out into the world." its abmt1,-to accommodate un-
pray I for them alone, but for them I.resl&t the Holy Ghost; as your If It made no difference if we had u utUy heavy traffic wiftly : '
also which shall believe on me thr fathers .did, so do ye." The truth our.choice of many ways to serve and safely, : : MARKET
e God then of course there would be '
In metropolitan areas where : .
no such thing as a: false teacher, motorists lost valuable time- 7 Warehouses -f: 2, Sets of
Christ Invites to ? Buyers
RIVER LUTS The church of you the urban Interstate facilitiesare :
FfIOi. compare that which we teach' and particularly effective, ..:Groups of Experiencell.Operators' {
practice "with the religion; of our Under. the best conditions a :,
( FOR Lord as taught through MS inspired conventions! city streets; can 1
apostles. The truth is never inconsistent accommodate 600 vehicles per ; More\ Buyers than any other Florida Market ;
CAlvrPSITESoh and has nothing to loose i :
lane per hoar An. urban Interstate ,
I J : and much to gain In an honest in facility 1s designed' ,to :' tFREE CASH PRIZES'' TO GROWE S :
'4I The reason many religionist 1,60 vehicles lane .
vestigation. move per JIMMY STRICKLAND SHOW r '
get angry with us is the per hour. '
; they were angry with r !" BEAUTY 'CONTEST :
I ;; PERMANENT HOMESOn am reason The" Interstate system Is des "
," J f. ChristWe ignated as a limited access .' PARADE '
,. follow the bible in name. freeway n twork. All ratal .
Withlacoochee vet 4n, t1a>$a $ County, Fla practice and in the New Testament routes* are fenced to control : 'IiR.IDAY'; AUGUST 21 1964
", Terms".as low as Slowdown: and $10 per month. pattern for church government, access traffic con only enteror :r ,; t '
cannot deny that we xit, at r .
therefore they : designated InterChang
"Drive north'on U. S.,*l Co S&teNE&SaNo. 6,Go vest teach the truth so they seek to defame .. In Florida, all rural i '. MORE COMPETITIVE BIDDING 'MEANS, BETTER PRICE:
'and' lt i-urr right on Stat Roact"+ 'terproperty,or write through: statements' meant to ", {nten:ate segments will pro L ; ':' FOR YOU,. THE GRO "
arounpreJudUe\ '' in the?. .minds oj I II ym .a minimum four lanes I b. R""' ; '
# Florida l :Campsite Inc. P.'O..'box 607* Jasper, Florida I menu,. .* 'yr > ';.dlv ,d by 'a y6| foot median.' ,. 4 SELL) YbUR! TOBACCO-- ;, ,: m a j

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this coming year. Lucile Bullard. But on Wednesdaythey Friends' of Mr; Jody McCallof at Thursday PAUL DONALDSON AT : ":1,If
Mr. Rhoden (Luther) operates avery all came together for a day Jennings will regret to know he for Mrs. Bodythis. The hostesses '
: successful barbershop In with.Alice ,an Carlton Carter. 'is ill and in Pineview. hospital He are Mrs. Arville Drury, Mrs. /NAVAL AIR STATION I
; $ Green Cove but had no vacation at .. III receiving good attention from Dukes Miss Inez McCall and Mrs. F FI .1
;< this t'me.' Five young ladies from Jasperare family and friends, doctors and nurses Walter Havener.
@Lk .. \ attending the Music Camp at,. and should be well before long. The Invitations are "Come In a .1J
/; ) { Wendel Carpenter goes again to F.S.U. this week. Leaving Sunday I Mrs. F. AL Hancock Jr, (Madeline pair and bring a pair."
at the Southern Baptist Music Camp for a special training on ''' wh ling" of Palatka came to be with her
1 / over in Panama City next wek. He were Judi Jones, Marsha Brasw n. 'I mother Mrs. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. C: B. Harrison re- : J
: s Q takes with him a group; of Inter- Ann Camp, Carol McLauchlin and . turned Monday from Bushnel
: : "' \'qIe1tr- 3re.w.5./061 mediate girls and boys Margaret Ann Sapp. That so popular song "How where they attended the funeral
37 ? Margaret and the little daughterwill Great Thou Art." could well be ac- of Mrs. Benny Harrislon. She ,
-.: spend the time with her parents Mr. Herman \\isenbaker the un- ccmpanled by the 104th Psalm. was In N. C. and suffered a fatal
In deep appreciation to I column we are able to follow many In Pensacola.A cle of Mrs. J, G. Guest was buried . heart attack. Mrs. Harrison -<( ;" (. Mrs. Hiram Curry who are .of their activities. '. hi Dasher this past week. He died Burch Mitchell, son of Mr. and to her family and friends) has ,
I'1,, vored with friends in I Marilyn Joins me In thanking you letter from Mrs. Doris Grim In S. Florida where he had made Mrs. Charlie Mitchell 'has been
Hamilton County. I want to for :your column and assuring you of Eau Gallic concerning the Chan his home for, ,many :years, but wasa 'home for a short visit recently. He continued o" page 6
} *' a letter jut received of the pleasure it brings. to us eachweek. cy family. I referred her to Mr. native of South Ga and had many is still with the Carson-Pirie-Scott --- I
Dr. Hiram,1s assistant Bryan. Wisenbaker relatives. Co'I in Chicago in the advertising LONG TERM
of Neurology at the Medical Sincerely yours. Hamilton County families are ..4. aa' .. department we understand. Burch LOW INTEREST 1
r'r lege of South Carolina In C\ Hiiram B. Curry Mattered abroad and. frequently I Pamela Leigh is the little duagh- is an artist of whom Jasper Is
:"' 4i ton .y :> I requests come for b\ormatfon:1Ve I I fcr of Ralph and Sharon Bembry proud. His sister Mrs, Marvin LOANS -
Dr. Hiram spent his William and Mary Vickers of St. might establish a genealogical Bu- Gay born !in Waycrosa Saturday Jones (Mary Jo) and children of Thru the I Midshipman Second Class Paul
Jasper. I remember quite well Pete and Karl Minor Howe of Live reau.A I morning August 1. The grand Winter Park, came home while he FEDERAL LAND H. Donaldson, son of Mr and Mrs.
1 ing this teenager playing the Oak were in Jasper Sunday. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph was here. Then there was a day BANK Charles E Donaldson of Lee, Fla.,
around the block from me. REUNION OF UNAWARE Gay and Mr.-and Mrs. Payton Bem- when they all went to Tallahassee was a recent guest of the Naval
Hiram has traveled far away Chip Mahaffey ado, of Jackie Eddie and Ann Cone and delightful bry. to visit Mrs. Fred Futch. Federal Land Bank Air Basic Training Command, Naval
", then traveled" In miles : Brady spent the week at HUlcrett little Patricia are on their way. 55 Mrs. Mitchell said Burch certainly ASSOCIATION Air Station Pensacola Fla, fora
fluence and prestige. lake east, of Keystone at Trinity .to California. Lt. Gone with the Several of the young ladles (pre enjoyed the home cooked food Live Oak three day .introduction to Naval
.,( Dear,Mrs. Hymantt ); Baptist Camp. Rev. Bob Gray a' "Special Services" of U. S. Is teens) are going.to Valdosta State while here. ; 362-1525 Aviation.
< ,' !t>* 'At'least a: hundred times, well known Jacksonville minister assigned there for a years training this month fort course In reading. . 311 I South Ohio Avenue Along with other members of his t!
moved' away front Jasper;1, and they with. Mrs. Virgle Cone I They are Jeanie Carter Kay Payne Misses Elaine Smith Ellen Scaff class from the Naval Acadeemy, 1

.. "" ,..' had the urge to write a little came Sunday afternoon for a little Beverly; Miclder and Claire Hill. and Anaree Hlers gave a "lingerie"shower he was given an extensive tour of
for a recent bride Mrs. Buddy the Pensacola complex! which includes
thanking 'OU'Cor I your the delicl -
) 'visit.We had Just eaten Len Jr
the Jasper News'entitled coffee when and Ernestine Register! Burnham July 30 in the evening.It visits to the Schol of Naval
I have never seen. a'similar but 'tClardy pie with Bow and-sons Len m Steve and Cluck I was at the home of Mrs Kenneth 'Aviation'I Medicine, and the Survival .
t Pat ardltafile'BoWyer Jerry are visiting the folks here before I Igoing Smith. Clever
in other newspaper, and L contests provided 1 Exhibit. They also had an
any + Fat and Mike Bowyer down
and .
on to Alachua '
yer where
it is appropriate In every. the grandmother entertainment for the guests. Of opportunity otake a demonstration
Jasper. I am not sure it came in, enroute see InPlnevtew Len was coach before going to I'these the toothpick game was the I flight in a trainer aircraft.
other community so well.. .w Mrs. Florence Ryan Panama. City. !most hilarious -- forfeiting a toothpick -41.-. ,- .j-- """" -.' ...w
any .
for' the I I I+ : for misdemeanors or behavior
blend for of thought the spirit with an Mrs. Dot Bowyer Is 'my houseguest I miss so much news and then I errors Rhonda Selph winner then f TOBACCO TOBACCO

ional poem dash of 'nostalgia' also to be near to visit. her must back track. Mildred Weldonof presented the prize to the guest of ,
(I mother each day. Live Oak has many friends in honor.
with up-to-date report
activities an of our many I I I was In the kitchen fixing coffee Jasper. Since last October she When the party was nearly over ; HIGHEST PRICES
Jasper and Hamilton County I.when I heard them greeting new- Is Mrs Walter A. Johnson, now retired another party took over. The following
column comers. Bill and Charlotte Lewis was for many years associated day was Mrs. Burnham's birth
reading my
in The Jasper your News. 1'I and little son Billy of, Jacksonville : In the Administrative Department day The take over came when !
I call. of Berr/College. j someone brought in a beautiful
Though my, family and I just arriving for a little pop ) BIG TOP t
been from Jasper for i (Billy's first visit. He is 4 and one They have recently! returned birthday cake with lighted candles ,
away g
half months now.) from an around the work tour and a crowd singing! Happy Birth-
than six years, we still feel . day. I
Jasper is our real home and Mrs. Rudolph Eason and little Mrs Ruth Padgett once of Live Refreshments of cake and open CQ "
Is no place we enjoy visiting daughters Lynn. and Laura Ann Oak and Mrs. Irene Adkins one face sandwiches with punch were
We are privileged to have Is the inspiration of the camp which were over from Live Oak !Thursday .time of Moorehaven paid us, Mrs. served. O WAREHOUSEFOR O
friends there and through
is well organized for fun and Bowyer and visit
recreation Visiting relatives. Mrs. Eason is me a Tuesday .
and with a'Christian atmos the former "Ruth Johns" and her afternoon. These ladles are housemothers Last week Mr DailY Rlvierre \
phere. There were 8 counselors tobacco buyer doing at Southern College, Lake of Palm Harbor and principal of
husband is a
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., ; : : one nurse and a life guard:; There the live Oak market this year. land and having a del.1drtful.v.ca.* the school there with her brother HIGHEST PRICES AND t\
were 120 boys and girls and Chip from tion going wherever fancy dictates. and his bride from Sweden were *
returned FRIENDLY
Mr. Eason has Just SERVICE. .
iomi roicn WIUT THM MI promised him .he would surely see We talked of mutual friends and guests out at Hickory Bottom. I
Venezuela where he was buying to- .
THOU WHO NIAMt *MOUUtt > them next current events and the visit was I AT-
CAUI0 ueauuauas; ,yeah.. ..' .'a Co.bacco for the Export Leaf Tobacco over too soon. i A clever party Is being given but SELL

Our lives are so tuned to certain I The situation was such in S. Amer.
conveniences we all call necessities that he was guarded by machine REYNOLDS BIG TOP

and I can't determine which is guns the entire time. ,

important.Last . DANGER I
} js. 'week' the stove wouldn't HYMAN GALLEY TWO A SALE EVERY DAY, Monday thru Friday

..1 theo'winter Mrs. T. of Washington .
i work in the pipes T. Long _" ------ --wu----- ----v wvv.i'
Mint.and we.were without*water; N. C. has been the guest for several --- -
Today the telephone is out. and I days of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kirk \ ,

get a bit of news! Monday and:. Tuesday I

for "Folks". .. : rf" man.With them far'a shorter periodwere THE AMERICAN WAY 'f'fI 'fy \
Mr. and Mrs. Al Hodges and
Mrs. Luther Rhoden (Lena) and
young Al Jr. who later went down
Daryl of Green Cove are here to, S. Fta.'cYNhli'. ( ikllM'
-- I afeW/ days vacation. Lena Is "e"Iry! I !

SEARS&SONS assistant 1( shler.Gtlthe.I3anket) : I Nichols :six .yoar oldMiss .ri
Green'Cove'andhea4t '
I. Isaepsng department and a>Wt'lpoI.j Mrs. Carlton-Carfer.atWe the par-.I ,..
member her church besides' ems, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nichols of '
c0arrl AUTOS ii :). 1_
a friend who Is always r-I I Jacksonville went jto Ridgecrest. ..

1 _______ J J1ti'fD'g.J7 ly'greeted back home.t':-* .I N. -Ct Unle..son, trig/ stayed> in <*V "? 1 K tBttriMGt Sr i"> I
I Daryl is a Senior in High School Tallahassee with the ''Aunt MissBLANKETS NfAttr A pI AAlalr"o...

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Beautiful and harmless( as they seem,rural roads are cfttn MOT* ..
etangetout than city street, say. the national winners of $400
General Motors scholarships for outstanding 4,H safety activities. t
Seventy-five percent: of last year's 88,000 highway fatalities occurred
LAY-A-WAY SALE < In rural are**, the safety experts told newsmen during. the
,;? 40th National 4-11 Club Congress in Chicago
". V They pledged to lead America's 2', million 4-H members In I. I
promoting modernization of rural roads and urging creator awareness NRDY
of hazards which await driven on belated highways. .e. .

GOLD mmmi I 20% ACRYLIC Lets Traffic Doetn't Mesa LTM. Deafer 1! ,...,." ,,,*", T" A11'I4IvI : :

'The rational winners plus 37 state safety winners received all.
to the 4-II Club Congress from General Motors for <
<* H \ expense tripe
,, WITH their superb 4 II farm home and highway safety activities.. .. 't .5' ((1OI1-.z !
"... , .. was Lathrop Calif, who with S
.\ .' RED SE S ssH PERMANAP iPINK iY I her county safety council helped fight highway, hypnosis on boll' ,114Th.....
I .. day weekends by serving free coffee to tired motorists traveling& T -
to YowmUe Park"Driven ;. "
'.. yJ ssH 100%: NYLON on rural roads tend to.think that where there is leer .. ITS EASY TO TRADE WITH US!
{ traffic there is less danger. she said. "Actually they mutt be
5. constantly alert for blind intersections, animals crossing: the road, '
LILAC BINDING slow moving farm" machinery and road defects.-.all of which WARE REDDICK" MOTORS
l accidents.
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..... v. 4-H Safely a CM Project 18 Yon TRADES VOt R WAY
General Motors Is now In lU 18th year of sponsoring awards
; in the 4-II safety program which is conducted by the Extension Pontiac Tempest Cadillac
:} 2-YEAR GUARANTEE Service of the state agriculture college, the United States Department
: of Agriculture: the National 4-H Service Committee. Brine Your Tifle Clean Used Cars
Other national winners Include: Jane Bacot 16, Zachary La.; I
I Martha Ann Beebe 18.Rutland. VL: Georgine Coleman, 18.Den. VALDOSTA, GEORGIA t
.: : NOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE LUXURY OF SOOTHING RELAXING icon. Kan.$; Anne Hostcttler..SIa .viIJe. N. Car.; Lavelle Gottch.II. .
18.'Frederick. Okla: John D. Spuller. 18, Iliuhville, Ind; .
'and Joe Dee Wiloosaonll:. Cave qty Ky. r .., .. :: .

THE WARMTH WISH. Under New ,Notice it hereby given in accordance with Chapter
YOU ,....JUST SET THE DIAL AND Ownership .
155, Section 155.25 1963 Florida Statutes that the

YOUR_ BED WILL BE COMFORTABLE ALL 1 NIGHT LONG. "Best In Part And Service" Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton County

New and Used EquipmentFord Florida will at their regular meeting on the 4th day

Tractors Balers of August, 1964 hold a public hearing in regard to

SINGLE .BED, DOUBLE BED DOUBLE.. BED,4 the purchase of the MickJer Clinic to be operated in ,

SINGLE CONTROL SINGLE CONTROL: DUAL CONTROL'; Mowers Rakes Corn HarvestersEASY conjunction with the Hamilton County Hospital

only 'onl, only. Board of County'Commissioners

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rl SIX __ THE: JASPER NEWS J-A S I P: EtRh't"l FLORIDA I _. I"ridayAugu.t: 7. 1964aLs

tike that. If I don't.Clamor! for the I .RECEimON. : : .,.* Special Program At t
front seat- could be, I don't want "
I' I the front seat ;.::.:. maybe 'don't. !' .+.,.! C ,11:,: 1 Mrs.- Lomie D YftoVgan.: 'Mrs.DreMrC :I Foster. ;Memorial '
ljte think its worth It ( ,' LW-aJKPMr3>'Arthur'J.Browiv nva.aH.uITIAlIII
L 8 ( .
) ) '. request the.jJeasure ,ofyour This 'Sunday
i ,11.51."U''ffil' Jan David,.. Darlene MoodywandLinda company at a reception, Au- L",fr i'
Fennel are spending this gust'-fifteenth from seven to nine'in A harpsichordist,from Moultrie, L
(eontlnu d frnm pUS week'at Leesburg Methodist Camp
:visited her uncle and aunt here 'the evening at the home of Mrs. Georgia and a young soprano from
and her death Is sad- for young people. I Gainesville will be featured In a H .:'DORD TYKE.
many times A Lonnie D. Morgan, in white Springs -. ,

j neu to' many. .'. Mr. W, E. Carter of La Marr.\ S. Honoring Mr. and Mrs.,Nathan M. special program Sunday at 3 pm. I i Ilmeral'services for Mr.. Doris

Mr., oscaii Ratliff t is ill and In C. died suddenly last Tuesday July Morgan who's'mar'lage was a recent In the tower auditorium.. at the Stephen I Tyre 44, were held Saturday Au-

in Tallahassee 28. He was the lather of Bud Carter social event in Firth Idaho. FosterbhmOTIal.Mrs. gust 1, at 3:00: p.m. in ,New Hope

.uxler Memorial the care Hospital,of Dr. Smith a well Mrs Mary Francis went'to attend ....' t ._ J. M. OdonK well 'known Baptist Church,. in Hamilton Coun
the funeral abd'oTtnrsday Mrs: ...._ ty.
Friends Join In l .% throughout the southeast for her
known physician. ,
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anxiety and hopes for his recovery.: Bud Carter' (Sylvia) and young .' Ulma Braswell music, education and.civic activities Mrs;*:Tyre a. former! resident of ,

.Mrs. !Ratlilf (Julia*!ti with him Mark returned home; with her tora }.' \will play seven,selections on Hamilton County died Monday, July
short \1.lt. \ ( Seeks Tax Collector .27, in Homestead, Florida.
; '1 k_:\ 1,0'i I the Challis harpsichord which was II Survivors, her
"Thus changed"their gloryInto 1 include 1' mother
they Mrs Burt&Ufeawtrth. Lou specialty made for. the Memorial.
the slmlitude of an ox that eat Wary Office I t Mrs. Perry: Dempsey of Madison;
I for
children will be that composed
and of Jacksonville''are Music ; Kenneth
seven sons: Robert Colin,
eth" grass" *' visiting the..me 1'1
Wlfen I take my groceries to the Marvin OOUnt COUNTY ,and Beethoven all of Homestead; five sisters Mrs.
that's not humility. Wh n J Miss BeHe Barnhill of the Sts? :' Doyle Waters of West. Palm Beach
car old
well then Augustine High School crowd .is I hereby anounce my candidacyfor Suzanne Martin 17-year Mrs. Dallas Hammond of Jasper,
take a heavy package
scratched the cat. visiting her cousin, Mrs. Raymond) Tax Collector of Hamilton County Gainesville High School senior :who Mrs, B. J. Allen of Lee, Mrs. Aaron

you. CampL. ',.. ." 'I ., subject to the Special Demo: won the 1963 Junior Jeanie Audi Williams of Madison and Mrs. J. B.
1 { *, rMr h tions at Memorial will ami'foor Pope1 of Jacksonville five brothers
a pwai, that la the :
We are quite ard'M'' : cratic Primary to. be held,on September
; ; Raymond Camp Edward of
number The singerIs Dempsey Tltusville
taken at his own. vaJue.'fh14. me, : "young
leave the: last bTUfir Wek for"ltcxn 8, 1964, Paul of Coleman'Dempsey
first because business and things"A ; I an active member of the school Dempsey ,Trenton -
stead. N. Y..to att n the wedding' '" I If elected, ,I promise to execute Homestead. Arthur
been chosen to
chorus and has
of Penelope BMelt who is the granddaughter >;,' |the duties of this office with honI play the lead in a school production Dempsey of Gainesville and Dris

named of Mr! SHa, gle who toy! ,.-...::'.',0''>f''i' .,-: i I city, efficiency! : and courteous of "Camelot." kle. Bland;; of' Tampa
man many years. wtvtas wlntei'T'time < I'service. Rev.! 'and Mrs..I..T.Carter.Ray"and :
Baron Yon Brtem, guest of the Jim CorbetU.Y. Another feature of the
i I I am the widow of,pan Braswell program Hubert Burnett sang two songs J
',' will be a Stephen Foster sing-along FJow n". and 'Prec
Was 1Iott... "- and the mother of four daughters, "Gathering
Jerry a&llMargiret I Lewis and I led by Miss Thelma Boltln. pro. ious Memories." ,
illon If steam.
a f little daughter are I going to St. S. M. Sgt Aubra C. Young is pictured here at his Job at Cape Mrs. Joel Smith, Marshal\ 16; gram director at the Memorial Pallbearers were Parke bras,
t Ht put let oa ho brow, Augustine this week and Miss Belle :Elizabeth, 7; and Dana2..1'ampresently : with piano accompaniment<: by Mrs. Corbett Deas, Wflson Herring A.

And was,fanned Barnhill visiting;here. now will return Kennedy, where he is Executive Inspector of the Gemini Project N.C.O. serving the unexpired Odom. B. Tyre R.'J.; and Edward Murphy.Rev. .
at thaf time, 'term of my late husband. John Dicks '1clated. Interment
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bf.. .his trio, V"A .*.1. lie is a Hamilton County Boy: graduate: of Jennings Mfeh School andthe i, Your 'vote and support will be There is no charge: for the Sunday I was in New Hope Ceme!

But tile IwmlGdJ keat Sylvia Carter and Mark will son of Mr, and Mrs, George Young: Sr. of Jennings He is stationedat appreciated. program other than the regular .tery. Harry T. Reid Funeral......
letbnf extreme." return to bnwgeburg, S. C. on the i Sincerely gate fee to the Stephen Foster Home was in charge
weekend.a-.the Raymond Camps Patrick Air Force Base near the Cape.: i I Ulma Braswell 1 I Memorial.

go ta New, qrkl: -- I

"I met ajturtle 1n-the.road. a hum
ble he .
sroas I
lie bowed'his .head and wiggledhis ; ., .
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And.give: the road to me." ",' "

.G e. t
Reverend and Mrs. Glenn Prid- '

gen. pastor' ,'of,the local Church of

God leave this'Saturday for Dallas ,
Texas"where'they win attend the '.
I General Assembly\ Of' their..church.: ., : ANOPEN: : I

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Bobby and Wyanos Peroiington : .
Miner left Tuesday morning to

1 $ return to their,\home, (tn' Arizona .f ; ,
after a visit here ,and other places ,

O In bridges Bobby Florida.-is an another architect artist and of designs whom- THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF.SOUTHAMPTON'S > <

Jasper !I. proud. '

a Mrs.' 'Lena '))rhrgton, Swilley

i went with\ thci&'a:, far as Houston, DEBUTANTE PARTY
Texas where she visits another & u- is "
ghter. .K.L*. _.J FSt '" .t,..,.., .. I :' ; .b,.!"",4 ' : I I -'-" L __ '
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xUttle i Lynn Cribbs ; :(; "
(2 and one httoawars of age) has It \ WE READ A STATEMENT I in the Press made byon which divide families, destroy races, deaden .

been visiting:Mr T&d Mrs., Albert of the young defendants after the court youth, split nations. "j' '. .
Page and Mr.,. Mrs. Paul Hill- ease Involving alleged damages a debutante '.': .1 ;

.MORAL house of White Springs. t party Southampton, Long Island: "ETer'J1I& FREE WORLD looks to na for leadership: ., '';. 1. .

; one )knows there la too much drinking in this .The captive world looks to us to make freedom "'rw .
Diana is the daughter.: oft 1 John' .. r. ;""
', ,,,.' : ''' ::"7,.h but what $ reality again.We know that If m.dcafal1. t r
country about-Ereryi.
Allen and W.tjjtaa Cribbr. at't wtrlckvAIrForce ( body knows; -4lve'roo4t/ol this eoantrjTar/ the fails. y ,. \v.. :
Is stamen i./
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rtcach. going down the drain. \ U&D
Base"at Cocoa. 'j\ WE JLRE OUT TO AilfRfiOH'W I" ,1 t ./ .1 1 a"'t: i "

.. mum l' a Mrs. Norah r..Page.e has. had a very WE THE UNDERSIGNED believe we bale. the lies teach mankindhOw, to live together.where ft ,.
te the saws industry-management and labor'"teach.the.: ': '
serious ,and painful bout with poison answer young question. : .j .
COOLS oak; the last 3 weeks. We believe it Is time our generation stopped whole'wortd) how to work together, where all -It 1 .. .
races, colors and daises learn together with :,
i Mlf-righteouely deploring this state of the .. .
nation irresponsibly contributing to it The C\ all nations how to lead the whole world for- I "

,. time has com to change. It. .. r'>\. ward. We are out te create a force of young ; .
: ; r Americans more dedicated to building a world .

.- .- -;. ot, -. ..WEREPRESENT-Jkundr.of-young AnerieaWXI 't1 t.bat.weFb tlaln IDJtCoauawalIt.or-JDateriaJ.; ....v+t..c. i.. _____\.- -. ._ .._

C/L tJ. ;II. across nation-who bav.'committed Uteir, \ 1st;: WetwUl create an America.to'whomthe: ; .. V\ ;f...
t.t /:, livea UK treats*a'newsoeietyta Amerka-and* I ..... world will.turn,and say, -"That is tihr'Vway ; \ ;:; qr '_ '

: 4 5 ;, ., th* world-wit*the'global program of;MorM, .: men are meant to,live." ;;...4' ;W, t ;:-
t Re-Armament'/" :
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\ : WE-BBUKVE IN MODERN,AMERICA. We be.l: t)l-.f I
Looking: around the'-1d. wedllClOVel' WE ARE IN REVOLT against society which fro: \ .
AIRCONDITIONING Burmuda It 1t...she win rise to the challenge the times. I
that In
you atea the climate of 'immaturity and lawlessness '
beron-flve'Ml'S of W.believe she will demonstrate the great reality : t"'t. "
tell your car that leads to such debacle and to lOCh .
J a a
S ownership you must wait anot- that free men will accept of their own :a "

.' her year befOl'e'a'' cynical atatement,We bare got to atop It. accord the discipline to be governed by God, ': .'. 1

new one If It is any consolation ''WE ARE IN REVOLT against. the gutleasnees of so that mlDiona> on the earth-win never: be \ ...1 '

I. to your dog most' fleas "good" Americana who lack the courage to ruled by tyrants. ..

ten WIMUTHNUU are eyeless t According to a explode the corruption existing in an levels of (;egg> CHALLENGE American I is ; : t
52 cent facing the youth ,
recent study over per .
.AlUVMCE of our citizens have difficulty y.: t. our society who alt silently while one woman .,not to backward to the decadence that de. .\ s I .J. ,
floridaPower forces God out of our schools,who permit men lstroyed[ the Roman forward 'I'* .'
but to .it.
will be given to each wooing sleep. Also disclosed was Empire, gu : < "
Corporation customer who the ,fact that'the production of committed to atheism and anti-God to proceed to the revolution of Moral Re-Armament (00'
who of standards '
replaces a flame.type heating deeping pills Increased from less unchecked proclaim one set

I system with WHOLE HOUSE than 4QO tons in 1948 to more and live another. 'WE CAN REBUILD THE MODERN WORLD.Let '

electric cooling and heating Of. than 4,000lone l last. year. . WE ARE IN REVOLT'against the line of the "new ': }us go forward to absolute moral n.dardafor '
fer good July 1 through Aug, 31. '1'011I'0'Ieep 1 better thaa yon morality" which la forced down our throats ,an men everywhere:absolute honesty,purity
.put the ACcent on comfortl) ever dill IB s lifetime when aH *a by books,magazines;television, films, professors .. 'unselfishness and love not U an end in them. .....
I your UwdryjasdUcJeMiag. are and some churchmen. Sex violence, lust "",selves, bat u a means for giving na the' enJ"J: 1'j : "
; 7.irA..e ri iWtlY .done by onrrrflelei ,,,,.... ',; ; ergy the maturity the responsibility, the '. '
and godieasness are the nation. '
1. n.aaIDArOWR quality method her at JASPER Vfy,iWhen. TeDerea14I8eaH amongover g Americans clarity that will take humanity forward to thenext ; t'..
LAUNDRY CLEANER ToaD stage' In humanevantlon.
I : rises 130% between the years 1966 and _,
CORrOIIATIONIM be (proud and happy with there '
--.V.MIn/.KW f.1.M. sults' that savt'you' time, effort 1961 when 13,000,000 children come from :THREE THOUSAND OF US are meeting sIUIDr .

I and money. broken omu .who la responsible We are. ..rla. Conference: for Tomorrow's America

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tL -----ti -- ----.-._.,.._ \ WHERE ARE THE 'YOUNG AMERICANS who at the Moral Re-Armament Center, Mackinac ".
i 0 r. t' ;" will pay the price In their own lives to standup Island, Michigan to shedder that task to- ( ;

I 1kHa. C?. .. for what is right In the country? Where gether.We invite every young American who .,
:\ are the fighting Americana who will cure the has the courage and spirit to care tor hia I na- a".Mt :; ";

R hatred bitterness impurity_ and selfishness 1 tlon and thefutare of mankind to join us.," fi { ..

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(rQP MARY GALLWEY ManhatUnTill College'6 r ', .
/.5. DOUGLAS CORNELLfStAlbaaa School'64 -.

P I v p S'c.., ( :- .STEPHEN. RICKERT.'Prineeton* University'65 .. .' t.Jf: \

t SUSAN CORNELh Radcli1rt CoDee.63 '
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1f :"* America June 25-Jul120 and July 234ugust 17, apply to ence will need help with their expenses. Contributions are ;'. '
S 21001HOLLOWAY'S welcome. Checks payable to Moral Rearmament. East ". \.
CASH ON DELIVERY, H .'..5! Miss Susan Cornell c/o'Mora.. R.Annament.U2. East ) :; '
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With o1lrme' aeeded.aeap"'IUl.I1 fine,steel wool 1 ALFREDOHNSON IS J{ mlto"., /1tc."or"al Pvt. James Rogers .Takes I Tactical Air1*Warfare Center at'':of,the division' 701st Maingenancxi

: :scouring' Is necessary, use.ate' : I Joint Exercises Eglin Air Force BaieJn preparation \ Battalion'"VfrgilarV*' stationed at
Part !
. ,tIn .
or a'mild scouringpowderWljen '' I .,- ,,-.. .tt- for later Joint.testing and eval-j '
Fort "Rlley Atfer
JR aaLItJII MONTH"Alfred tlI fc&isas.fljtogers ,
'' wool'or a mild tu asiv.:Wen >a CAPTAlNxOF ws,. ," Army Pvt. Jamees !St:Rogers, 33., nation by the Commander In ChIef.Strik.Qmmand'of I(I ,
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t '' 'h: .c y'i i |ed'the Army n maryJiof this '
rinse well and dry care .
; : of Mr. and Mrs Ilarley F. losJ.ers. {
$ 'Johnson, lOB of'Mr' and > f.son :'
ge1tb fully. AlkaU Yawa aluminum, to. Mrs A. M. Johnson ,;of Jennings 7r.1': $S1TAL. \O\ %(.'i ,'. .' Jennings[ ; Florida;'and other! Air Force proposals year and'Veceiled: bashtraWt t tI 4at
r\t Wyis.a" G. Whit.jC1.F.ANBWB' turn dark -..00pit.. so never use was chosen Captain of the Month Vir'- 'I: ( .members of the 1st Infantry Di\1s-t combat effectiveness using aviation to enhance !| Fort Jackson, ,S. C.
washing J Army un
soda lye ItI"OnKaps >
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for June honor conferred r.t its. .
powders or strong alkalis in alum. an on ; my-Atr. |I| Rogers Is a 1958 graduate of
l an outstanding person each month Mrs: Chelsey Keene : A supply clerk in-
exe.clle'; Company C Jennings High School.
inum. held 'at
I ver II, a IT-day
at the Naval Air Station at Virginia Mrs FlorencT Rhodes -- __ __________,
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I Fttrce1 Fla ending ----
Base, ,
Eglln - - - - - -
does turn dark boil ----- .
If aluminum Beach. Virginia where he is stationed Jf'H. Hartley, ----------
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something shortly acid In it, suchas The, letter from his commanding R.. B. Hunter ( August 7."Indian. .
tart apples, tomatoes or rhubarb I officer read in part as fol- ''Mrs. Corrte lPIdeeMrs. : River II*' '1 is the., second

'this will not harm the food cooked.Or lowv; Anna Shiver Iq a aeries of three exercises to be FEEDER CALF SALEFridayAugust28
conducted by the U.S.. Air Force
of tartar
boil 2 teaspoons cream "In arriving at Itr decision the Carl Newbern)A
I or 1 teupolvinejtar to quart of selection board has carefulJ.1.eon.- Cliff McCaU 1.
J water in the pan for about 10 min sldered not only your performanceof Buck Holioma'd' ,

utes. Then scour'.with fine steel duty but also your knowledge oftAealrcri Mrs. Rachel Morgan Appoint..Pete D as "' ... J2.
wool treated with soap. A paste of $..youwnJUtfrj;opwtesyi ,Mrs. Tabttba Caldwell ijfK:. ;
'1l1IIIIOIt, :;COOlCOIG whiting and vinegar-alto helps remove and:attitude. In all of these you < Mrs: Beulah McCrackenMrs. To'FHA ChmmitteeJ.

UTENSILS bad decolorations were found to be outstanding an Deknies Creekmore
Cooking utensils often present CHROMIUMS The chromium: achievement which reflects great Lisle Comes (col.) H. (Pete) Deas and Oliver Siller Columbia, Livestock Market
etc. personal credit on you. Clady Whetstone, Jr. (cot) I Hamilton County Farmers '
used cabinets ranges
trim on
cleaning problems are some 1 LAKE
DISCHARGED SINCE LAST WKl have been named to the Farmers
"It is
small appliances: personal pleasure to
or the covering: on my
suggestions for care of cooking u- I Grover Padgett Home Administration county committee
'& commend
such as coffee makers toasters you on your
tenstis. Mrs. Doris Cowart according to Weyman E,
waffle irons requires little care. I your performance which has Plan now to sell feeder steers and heiferson
Miss Patricia Eudy Finley. the agency's coounty.supervisor your
ALUMINUM: Never store food In Wash with soap and water: dry been. in accord with the highest '
aluminum pans' or leave food In throughly. Avoid harsh abrasives. traditions of the United States Navy Phyllis fleasRaymond f ,here. The appointment is this special sale for top prices. 'This 4th Annual

them longer than necessary as this Bumed-on fat can be removed with Russell for three years beginning July 1. Sale will?bethe only feeder We. in this area.

,causes pitting Wash aluminum as whiting, moistened with amonla or less steel! clean with hot suds rinse Walter Keel :fobU Mr. Deas was appointed committeeman :
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soon as possible after use. If It is denatured alcohoLSTAINLESS I and dry carefully., Remove food Tommy Howard (co1.) i and Mr.: Slier.alternate. We \would appreciate your contacting us in

keept clean from day to day drast-I, stalnI that sticks with gritless cleaning Emma Johnson (col.) I I The purpose of the'county com"mlttee advance. so' that we'' can give the information regarding
STEEL; Keep .
tic cleaning methods win seldom be powder or whiting. y.\\ f is to review applications for your cattle to our buyers. .
I CAST mON.' Season. cast iron Mr. and Mrs: Marvin EmanuelCreekmore Farmers Home Administration
are -parents of a son. loans Composed of three members
u'I pans and -skillets by rubbing with
'T6irS d born 5 Irrrtamilton' Memorial Columbia
unsalted fat And setting over Wheat August and one alternate the committee Livestock MarketBox
I Hospital. He has been named is set up on a rotation basis
fafhalf an hour; repeat if I 902 LAKE CITY
sticking occurs. To remove burnedon Louie David Creekznpre. '[with one new member appointed 752.1874
each Mr. Dean succeeds Mr.
LIhnrthesiJI and grease boll in scrub the pan or skillet HUNTER REUNIONThe I"Dear year.E. Scats, Route 1, Jennings TERRY McDAVID, Manager
a solution of 3 tablespoons I
annual Hunter Reunion will :{who has served on the committee _
soda to 1 quart of water: I .,: --J.rJ :.. .-. "tJJ'W -- --t.ot: tleFV
Use kerosene I be held at the Coliseum .in Live the past three years. Otter com- .
and fine
wool I 1 1 I .
Cunningham ,
to remove Oak, 'n..r on Sunday August 16. mlttee members* are '
rust then
METHODIST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ; and dry. 1964 The Coliseum is located on of Jennings and Ray HH-

Enter Rest Pray" I I Jasper HOUSEHOLD HINT: Cups that I the London Road southwest of ward Morgan of White Springs.

Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. : Pastor Rev. Fred Herring rinsed have coffee' or tea stains should be downtown Live Oak All of the' don't
in rom
Sunday School each Sunday vinegar and then rubbed Hunter famrlx.ts urgedtoattend. i Little ( le Sander Jack
,... 10.00: a.m. with a cloth .
Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 1Oa.m.1 SurdaySchoolc" dipped salt. Wash In A basket lunch will be served at sonville is here visiting with her
Worship Services 2nd and Morn Service .......... 11:00 a.m. spy water then rinse and dry. 1 o'clock. great aunt, Mrs. GUll Hall.

Sundays at U a.m. and at ,Training.Union .......... 6.30p.m.:

JASPER FIRST METHODIST |['Evening Service ........ 7.30 pm. .

"The Friendly Church" ,Prayer Meeting Wed .. 7:30 p m. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
N. E. BOOTH. Pastor .. :,
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Sunday School ..... 9:46: ajtn. Between Jaiper and Jennings I PRODUCTION I '; :
Morning Worship .- 11:00 a.m: ,
Everyone re invited I on, highway. .,.41Sunday ( CRfIT. .-
LIVE } "with"ur
EVENING SERVICES Morn.: Bible ..Study 10 toll : :s : ; carr
Junior Fellowship ..._ 6:00 p.m. Worship:Service ..*...... 11 to 12 ; ,,.:.;. iJ At the close of 30 I964k :, .,
Jr. High Fellowship .. :00pm. Sunday 'evening) SerVIce' ...... 7:15: r. .
Youth Fellowship <:00 p.m. Wed. Evening Bible, Study .. 8:00: RESOURCES I OUR 'TOP CAR CARE

Youth Worship Social Service hero.___. 7:00 800: p.m.p.m. Phone WE8-2091 Loans. and Interest Receivable ( /:.,. 1.] ...;?... .............. $3,386,448 MAKES' CARS LAST!

Wednesday Hour of Power 705 p.m FIRST Blpjfyt' H: )W M,. nd and Buildings ............:. ..... nef.t., ?.............*...'*..:..................... 20,839

BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST :, Ssyer School CajtotaPastor.Sunaay t'_. 9Ui t\Equipment ......... :............... .. ...:.. .........:.....:: :.... ... ..............,?.?...:........m 4',456 '.r I', Our.experts can Let catch trouble before
it give
starts us
Bible>> Study at ,1f' ..m each Sun. i Morning v.11:00 a.m. Securities and Interest Receivable ci those Securities. ._..:....., 226,041 ; ,
Church Service II I am. '7 .P J". Training Vt4on'.f.T..>. 6:43 pm. ,% )\l Ihvestmenta and Interest ''Reo&aftl'fcif t 'ln .tmenta 68,299t .", radiator the proper service now "
Month' .........- : safer smoother '
4 Sundays each Evening Worships.; ,8.00: f Cpah.: : .tor' summer1 ,
p.L'each Sunday Services Wednesdayat "/. .2,593 .
61JO Prayer trouble
PBYE Elder: ...PjeVane.. pastor__ I ..7.SO: p.m. -1 Other Assets .. ... ..... .. .... .,. ........,.................,...!.........,,. I JJ80pl I Let driving change a oil free grease vacation yodr i ...';
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JASPER PRESBYTERIAN .. JASPER GLENN CHURCH OF .... ,1. ''. ,1 ;*' .can, fill up with gas. Call nb. w for'' JI
? Pastor .. /: .
; The Rev.CHURCH,William;SERVICE W. Van Zant IIISunday Sunday 4 School ....._... 10X10/ ?... I r. "j If. ..n ,;.J'fJ;, .-ft) '. ,..'.. $3,709,856Yi : ?pickup and delivery .
: .1 L IlL Morning Worship! ?.__ 11:00 aha. ,,UABIUTES ANDt! CAPITAL *t'* '
.. '
'School. : \l rl ; :.Jere .. Smith
,Evening; !! Worship ; .; ::1
Services_ .. ._t --- 2..0JASPER !: ,7,0O; 1 .. rl.oarie" Rediscaun'tgd; ferantcTrnediate]( 'C/rtxlitBank .L.$3.170,8' '
: ;'",. ;r ..., f '*'" JULF( STATION
Mde11 lmT'
ADVENT Prayer. P; E. ".Ll-Ln! :: 7:30= O'p.tt.Y. .p.m.. .Dividends: and patronage Refunds:PayableYT.... .,........:%,...?? 20,276 't,4' ., tw : .,
CHURCH .f .. '' L.l. t
CHRISTIAN Rev. TravW Carter -BURNHAM ..cftRISTIXN_. Provision lor.FederaUnc .Tax'eJt.... ,m.'.*... .',.*.."...*.....'...'.'.."?.l........... |,620 JI Ph 0... .'1.f.lr'7Q4J lS'', '" ,..,50,.. }{ 1 .. I,

Sunday School ...............W tN CHURL'H'l UfJ' J .,Mid' llaneous Accounts Payable Jlft. .. .*.". .'."... ;*" ... '.... ,.........? 778 .. 'f

Morning Service ,............11:00 7:30: ., ,,o l..,pWR4 n'ebb Pastor;, -I:.:.. '. :,. ; Capital Stock>...,.*.u..*.*...:..*.,...*< .::1. ;-8/l.JlBW-K!! 'n.4 5f .362,910 -- .W1M/., I"1 I"r' .:'

Sunday Night night Service a.m'j Sunday, ..:every Synday.10:09. .. .s .Surplus ..... .......... J xahrart.t.aM.Qw.o. .:J. J..4t...7s.x'vN. : .................. 153,456 'St'? ilP': Ii R ,
Wednesday h.qt h .7 fan ,.. A f4km. r ()s.
r :
Chcir Practice ..... 'l:3O 1 Sand '0 : $., } '"f L.+h. t' "rir : :.1 .t. / t.. S
Prayer Service ...... 8:00 ': .i't :: : .. ,u N. tJ.I..1C t.j -sy.t. '[.....fI.." 't : $3,109,85'6r
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. DIVONIA Trulett M.BAPTIST Oon er..CHURCH'Pastor 1 EYeTry: iin la t.I\. !\ ..r,_. 'Cw .. ."J. hila'" ';. '.r. 4> ;A' CREDIT:t'COORERArT1VFtit 4t CARRY i


UOO 10:00 a.m.a.m....... Mornlng.Worship r .....t. aAPTIS4tHURCH.. .. : Cp\Jnt1 Stty yT;*" :Io t-i olulrittarJ: a d tpn,".Lafayette, and Suwannec? SUPPLIES ;
B. '
6:00: p.m..t. Bundy$choofMorUntr fd:OCl .. .' .
..... Evening .To'U'1: : ,,.'. a.IJI. ."., J .-" ."..'>' "" -'OFFI""' )t \ ,
'Servitor .. .11:00 "
1:00 p.m ,ow : a.m. .:!jy WJ..+ ( ;
., r
night Prayer Training Union ..:.+.f* 16:3C : 'i "* I 3 Valdosta 't
Wednesday P;; iJenf'.t .. Georgia242554W
Meeting Jj$-- 1:** p.m.1 Evening Worship _.............. 7:3C. H. C. Pope, Aubrey.Fowler; Secretary Treasurer ... .. '*.
OF COD 'IiteM uk'.fn tt.'Srttle*:etlt) :. :.::?!T.:J.'McKeithenjVicef-PresdentvJJt: .,h l.<&' rR,..O> Hatcher. Jr., t tn..TelepLone .. :4 &,

WEST LAKE ctwRCH ..IIL I ....! WeJnwd*:*;'aV?Jft PJIW! '.* / .A'. 4x8SHEETSn.r' 'I1.u j
Sunday School ....!_ 10:00: 1 I. 5 ..1 r"ar -', ij.'r'v" /: a '. ..-... Y.PE. Sunday .,ii---" 6:30: p.m. NEW 'HOI E*8'APTI5'r"HU1tC1f : yf> atnarinc. PratherAssistant Treasurer "t

r Prayer' MeeUnrt. 1:30 p.m I RevNaM'School..Rowell:,Sunday"pastor at.' I :.. ..,ci..:; ,5'JND1Eci'O141' 1,,", 'mmIQI.t Q9 ,.. $ .::14i8
..... WHITE SPRINGS every ... I ""' .
CHURCH VlO'SO-.am.Preaching '.: . .. SHEETS' Per SheetYf .
Wnsc H. C.
FIRST { v.m. Pope ; J. 'W: / H. W. Lundy
11:30 a.m.lt 7:30 .
Re*.School J. L. MaWcal.. pastor 10:00 a.m. Training_Union _.,..h'.. 6:30 | 'Drs.= I Ir. ard1HenderaOi ; II 'e-4. .areA ,TJ/ ;.McKeithen 4 EXTEftl6 1| PLYWOOD ::....:$2:82:
Sunday ori i .
: Santee.J- 11:00: a.m. ,Prayer, Meeting'. Wednidsy at. u .
lIommc '.7::30 "p.ns:: I ,
4x8 :J *
TraiDInK Union .:.-- 1:00: p.m. Per
Services, 8:00: p.m MISSIONARY.. BAPTIST "
E..ft1I1Jr Wednesday pra'et service 8 p.1IL J..I.... Fleclas-. % C. D. Sheathing Plywood. .... $3.234x8
'- Nathan Wooley Pastor .j'
FIRST METHODIST Goddard CHURCHPastor Sunday School. ?.__..10.00 .a.Dr i SHEETS: Per Sheet t

Sunday School Rev..Harry......i. 10.00 a.m.) Preaching(Each Service Sunday Each )Sunday st Orcwr Your Trousseau of / Prefinish Mahog.; Plywood $4.80
class for every SK' group .
11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. .
Worship,Fellowship Service *- 11:00: Lm..tn. Prayer Meeting" Each Wednesday 4x8 Sheets*' per M
Youth PASTOR'S SCHEDULE at 'l:39(> p.m. Wedding Stationery : "

I White Springs emery Sunday,. at FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH % 'SHEETROCK. : .................. $46.50
11:00: paa.. 3, .WJ TittsworuX Pastor '. i l *rt Imi5..-.G "
Swift Creek eaeh( Third .Sunday Sunday School __..10:00 ataMorrrlnR' [Built In ;> ... *.'
_at. 8-00: p.au-..- .- Wonhip __. 11:00 ...;. 1eExqulsHdy Thttrmogrev d by OVEN COOKTOP 149.95.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH training Union ._.. ... ,930 p... ; ..__... \
STATENVILLE GEORGIA Evening Worship ._ 7:30: p.m. sire \

Allen Brooker Pastor 7:00. -Prayer meeting. Tap. be sa proud arwr Mrs1 Ifs .sa y, jigs tit bidvt M r esd PerM
.... .. 10:00 ,'
School : sun.
Sunday : 37; Rockd $47.00
,Worship Service 2nd and 40 GREEN OF RIDGE COD'CHURCH. 98W+ asJ rsttl Pf* f99i99! 9TW9*A MflMW IA aulj OOT feAJA t pO stAI MILtit&io aoLInsulation" .-....- i
Sundays _.. 11:00 ajn s
Jr. and $rt MYF Each: Sundsr at Rev. Earl Deas bi famous Corenil Tlwr.. ;1 "BIRD" ) Roll
7:00 P.W. Sunday School__,. 10:00 a.m.
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday .at Morning Worship ___ 11.-00: .... 15.1 ,A I\AAI\ FELT ................ tpJw 5'
8-00 : .m. Wednesday Night ,,.,._ IdO p.m. 4 5'4 Wid .q irtettrflsM colts. Cards i

MTF Social Hour: Each Thursday P." E.Praver Friday ServiceY. Night 1:SO e. rs + ard AM/ i&.rim'MSOpsNan( $ II.esrydrn BIRD 235.Ib. TV & l-\. .Per Square 1

SUWANNEE THE NAZARENE CHURCH OF JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD ;fit, cm tvrttartom 'Infamd) ono gretR d SHINGLES t, .. .- i:.-... ..............':.: .-..... 6.75*

FaeU Florida CHURCH p N Hots, J af10Q1Oa1Ri1dub00kl rti' ... v; .
Bert E. Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at WA 9:91nch each
.. 10:00 A.M: 10:00 a. m.
Sunday Preaching Service ...:.11:00: AJA. Services Each and Sunday moraine O A tomphh MbeDflM eI tomtt sfyji, Vinyl Asbestos TILE ;.................. lOc .

EYeInar ServIce. 730 P.M. evening_ I 1 noun DEUVIIIHIUI 5
73 -- 12 x 12 inch Plain' each
Wednesday Prayer Meeting >
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COMNTII iiW NDY- STATENVILLE D. W. Hanson, ,GEORGIA Pastor pfnMe w pnssrw/Ie/h. I CEILING TILE ._..........._.........;. 9K2c

Rev P. M. ABen. Pastor Sunday(Services School'Eaek...,..,.Sunday,_r 10:00) SJP 4x8 and 4x9 foot;_ per M I

10:00 a.mSunday School Morning Worship ,-,.. 11:00 ass ,,- /" Treated SHEATHING $47.00
(except fifth Sunday) Training Union _-, ? e:30: p.. c. i at ...
11:00 Morning Service Prayer Service. Wednesday .at Setnp\e Ca '
6.00: p..m.-Tralninz Union 7:39 pjn.WHITE iplete : I *" THESE: PRICES CASH

700: pm.-Evening ServicePrayer at 7:00: JUL-. See .Co jews F.O.B. OUR WAREHOlSESTUMP ,, '
meeting Wed. at 7:00: p.ra. SPJUNCSCOffCJtZCAnOIUJ. a'' 3asheY

WHITE SPRINGS S. Scheel each Suda.7, J5*t aoa.PreaeUng I 1. BR t-

Rev. Wlfflana Van Zant QZ aerviee tmry need SUM! .. .

Evening terries .._...110 p. m. 4th .Sunday ai II .BJB. A 149 ,.. \ -" JWft

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....-. ..,..., .GIANT CRYSTALS. +..,. 9.12 AVC. WELL TRIMMED ,
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"" SIZE SUGAR : 'OR ;rf: EI .a.. 'E
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:: \5' LBS I! ,BOSTON BUTTPork( LB.I I ,:' C ..z'C

Limit one,with $5.00:, Limit,,'.+one:ft with(Food, I.! R() st 3'' ,'"' C ,.}. LB '

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or more '


Tuna 'Cat 6.oz.k).... 29 c, MUSTARD-. 1O. cy FRYER PARTS



: /' ..' ,,..\ .. THIGHS E
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