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 14, 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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Minutes Regular Minutes:Meeting ,. Marsha} JBraswell *Js'' Miss% Hamilton County CHAMBER: ; OF COMMERCE CORNER

Monthly Meeting\ Board of PUbliciInstruction .{. 9 % .. SCOTT KELLY TO SPEAK HERE

anultor! iuttx \ The Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce' AT C, of C FREE FISH FRY
[ t ** "**'( | |.** ;;..1.&t.'U:: "''''''- 1 1 Fun Festival and Beauty Contest took place last week

Cols miss19 rsJasper. jasper, FloridaAugust 1 T>Mi and"can' be considered a success.on aq},counts*.A.. 'Mr
J5c9tvKeUyfoLkeIandwiU be the
4, 1964 'L. $ over < guetkspeaker1 _
,, n Friday night, fourteen girls from all the
Florida The Board of Public Instruction at the annual l memberahip meeting,free fish fry, and
August 4, 1964 Hamilton Comity Florida, met f1'. ,.,Bounty) displayed their charm and beauty)' before a election of directors of the Hamilton County Chamber of
The Board of County Ctonunlss today in regular sesson The following ", 'Urge,crowd, moved into the .high' school auditorium
loners In and for Hamilton n' Commerce, to.be,.held,Thursday evening, August 27 in
County, board members\\\were present because of rain, and also before a panel of three
'JTorida met today in regular sessIon 1:Clyde Hunter chairman Allen t" iidges! 'from Georgia and North, Carolina.. They,pick. the V.F.W. Home Jasper.

aM the following members 84 Tyree, Frank Matthews'and C. j& }.flsa.Marlha: Braswell who Is shown at left re- _The Free Fish Fry will begin at 6:30: p.m., followed
GuyMcGhln Chair V
were present: ,. \-StcnnartVThemember JeJJowint..b ar4
man, Jack Vlnson. Grover Wheeler ., Wl?|sfceotler tR 1 tt1afr. cei I'I ing the crown from Miss Ann Camp, who was by an interesting prog m.. 'Me.. ':;Kelly, our guest speaker

,' Lawton, McCuHey' 4.. and Aaron :lire superintendent and secretary : > the 1963? _winner, is no stranger to Hamilton County, having visited here ;
Hogan, '*, ._.: r Harry T, J Reid, was present.' several times recently in connection. with his campaign I
s+ The 'contestants in
appeared bathing
The.meeting ws-called to order The meeting opened with
: prayerby for Governor of
and opened with prayer by hair Mr. Reid. + suits, street clothes and formal, and along with Florida:, He has met and knows manyof

nan McGhln. Based on the recommendation ct ""acts en the ''stage 'between their Appearances, and the residents the county.

The minutes of. the lait meeting the principal and the ,nomination M-gan music furnished by II;'R. Lothar of Colonial The, annual presentation of Chamber of Commerce

Cleric were read to the Board read.by the. I'of the school trustees a motion' *,'House of Music of Valdost, made' a very nice pro- awards will again be made to youthof Hamilton County .-
approved as
Motion was made by Mr. Vinscn 'was made by Mr.by Mr.Stonnant Matthews and, seconded ,. gram for the full auditorium. : for outatandingachievement in FFA, FHA, 4-H Girls
carried )"
seconded. Mr Wheeler and work and 4-H work. *,
fay carried ,that following be appointed Boys

that request from the following' teachers in the Jasper High J4 There will be the annual election of Directors to fill
drill Road
Companies to on County
Right of Ways be granted: School Leonard for Conway the 196465.school, Mrs. Dorothy year: vacancies: on the Board for the 1964-65 fiscal year.

{it) ,Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, Hill and Miss Patricia Shiver ..IJ.! Be sure to circle August 27 'on your calendar and

Inc. Based on the recommendation of 1rlJ.. make' plans now, to attend this annual event sponsoredby

((2)(; Harry B.'Cannon Associates. the principal a motion was made ,Left to right are the Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce.
Motion was made by,Mr. Vinson by Mr Stormant, seconded by :Mr.
seconded by Mr. Hogan and carr Matthews, 'and carried, that Mary ,W Ii, $ Miss Ann Camp, HAVE YOU renewed your membership In the Hamilton

ied that the Board.adopt the following Frances Thomas be appointed a ( County Chamber of Commerce? If not, please do so as
Miss Hamilton
Resolutions RESOLUTION: teacher In the Carver High'School ,.. ... soon as possible., Your cooperation will be appreciated.
for the 1964-63 school .
year. County of 1963-64,
Service For -" .
Regarding Hospital
A motion s made by Mr. Tyree .
The Indigent. seconded by Mr. and Miss Linda Gaildurst
Matthews '
WHEREAS, Chapter 401, Florida carried that Jerlne Bivins,'a teacher : [ second run- Notice To Parents. Notice To Hamilton

Statutes, creates a program knownas in the Jerry Jackson Eelemen-:' ,. ,.
Of Pre-School TeachersArea
"Hospital Service for the Indi tary School be granted Maternity .... | ner-up, Marsha County

gent" for the purpose of providing Leave of Absence for the first sem- .. I ChildrenSomt 4, Florida Education Association
essential hospitalization for acutely Braswell, Miss Ha-
: ester of school and report for dutyon .: (White teachers) will meetIn
ill or injured persons in this January 21, 1965.A .' [ ,mllton County of964.6S of the parents pre-school' Lake City Ugh School Auditorium .
State who are medically indigent; I motion was made( by:Mr. Mat- children have not yet brought themIn Monday, August 17 Registration -
and, thews, seconded by :Mr. Stormant:, : ': | and Bobby to the Health Department (or to at 8:30 a.m.
WHEREAS, the Legislature appropriates -t and carried that the resignations :"t1i' Jean Hayes, First Irs.< Stephens, County'Officer) the The Florida Teachers Association
funds for the administration ,of Mrs. Doris Bridges, teacher 1 in u report of physical l examination for (Negro teachers) will meet in
of :this program and for the Jasper High School and Char j'r runner-up. their child who will start to school Live Oak August 17, For further
the purpose of allotting State I lie Harris Jr., teacher in the J. R. this fall. This was due'''by July 1. details contact your local princi
I Funds to each County in proportionto E. Lee, High.School: be accepted, t PLEASE hand this HEALTH' RECORD pal.The
to its to augment County and replacement be secured for R In as soqjh as possible.who Math Workshop for white
funds which may be provided for the,lW4-65 school term. There are N U1a.. teachers will begin at 9:00 a. m.

these purposes: and. _. A..motion([ N mad by.Mr, Matthews f \ have not registered! their pre-school i Tuesday, August 18. at the Jasper
'f- WFtI'k'4'S'ec"tWa"4oiUS". "m-' ;secondAB:by-Mr-Tyree; and 4' : ctWd.,1'LEASE; 'oa tux ar once.. f Elementary.SchooLy3he.Math, ,.
supra authorizes' each Board of' carried, -that/Dr: J. R. Sauce:teappoTXW ; t1t r.:' ?m : I Thom* parents ,who. have.moved I orbbop'-for Negro.'fMeHsrs st 1,
County'' Commissioners. or other 'txamlnlng-physician'.f r.the'count.y was (the beard gtowjagontest\ f! to,Hamflton Count/) since the:close begirt' :at',9.00()( :a.m.' .,1Je8daIi.
local official[agency l of this Stateto the school bus drivers. oftvhlcli was' also'Judged last weekend,si tM' .>|'fwi Festlval of school In Mafftplease: have your gust':15 af the J. H.E..Lee Hlgfi

budget for and provide County The following! persons were named on Saturday night.-' ,Chamber Presuent Thomas 6 child or children,'regi rred' before SchooL'School, '
funds as may;'be,necessary to school bus drivers for the 1964- 1 school starts: ''Regardb&s of what starts for all children Moo-
match, on a formula basis, the 65 school year, Jasper High School Bridges is shown handing U1e'ca prizes to win-. .. 1R grade the child is in ,It is necessaryto day,,- August 11. Parents should
County's part of the cost of this James Hunter, Leon Musgrove, ner Joe Green at right, and 2nd place winner Drew enroll him BEFORE the opening/ )i check with ,the local principal as

program; and, I V. B Smith, W B. Norris and John Grantham, center. There were a Jo/of tender lookIng ..: ... .: .: R ... at school. to the opening hour. 1

WHEREAS Section 401.06 (2)) (a) Goolsby;; Jennings High School-L. pink faces around tin Sunday morning wheR;many I' t :,. : :''tii '
supra, provides that the financial I IM. LeVane, Melvin H Smith, and chins saw daylight for the first time in several'weeks ; '
participation required of each County Remmer R. Smith; White Springs On an inside page are more pictures and more ,,,, ., ., Il\frs. PaulineKennedy Bright Pond ,
each year.shall be equal to at High SchoOl-N. B. Bryan, Nancy ( )
about the Fun Festival.
least one half dollar for each inhabitant I Morgan Mary Brown, and Forest President Church Calls -
of said County according, Langdale; J. R. E. Lee High I
to the estimate of the population,School-Mose Henderson and Thom --- Of Area IV F EA Pastor

of said County for such year by the as Grant; ;Jerry Jackson School- Carillon Tower
Bureau of Vital Statistics of ,this Arnel Fields, Oliver Slier, M. C. I Jesse Stuart, Greenup, County, ..Rev. Paul II. Mb assumed the
State; andWHEREAS Wright and Maceo'Howell; Carver : Free of Debt Ky., author. educator and lecturer

the estimate population Ugh[ School-Nat'Roberts and Robert I will speak to the Florida Education ,
of Hamilton County for the Newsome. Mrs. Walter' Four- State Senator Houston Roberts t; I Association at''its annual meeting cam ,

current year made by the Bureauof aker will be a contract driver to the II lotined the Jasper News early this I 4J1 "., ..1, ". in Lake City on August 17, at 11 a,
Vital Statistics, of this State is Jasper High School and Mrs. Mattie week that the budget Commission J : ;. m.
7800 inhabitant; now,, therefore, Nunn will be a contract driverto had unanimously approved $20,000 Q'Asa
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Boardof the Jennings High School. ,0th.er to pay off the indebtedness of the .. 'Today one of the world's most
County Commissioners of Hamil- school bus drivers will be named Stephen Foster Carrillon Tower, .a 1' widely read living authors Mr,
ton County meeting in Jasper, Fla. A letter was read from the par- The tower houses the largest A Stuart was born on a farrrt In Gree- r
this 4th day! August, that effective ents of White Springs student asking tubular bells in the world. c s ftt nup County where his parents were ((7;
1964-45 Hamilton,County participate if she could attend Jasper High The Senator Mated that he was tenant t farmers. He began his edu
In 1&14 statewide 'program, School this year. After discussion pleased to have this paid off so they r. cation and teaching career In a one-
designed ,to provide,I hospital services it was decided that school& bus trans could now start on the amphl 'thea I room country'l school and wrote his
'for the indigent 'a>'provided portatlon could not be furnished at tre. II first stories and poems while a

by Chapter 401, supra,, and for .this time; but if she could furnish ; ,. pupil in Greenup High School. i'I, '
these purposes a warrant of this her own, transportation tothe near; tlarrell Insurance Agency to
Board is authorized to be drawn est school bus route, she will be Jones Insurance Agency lIe Is a graduate of twq universities I
payable to the Treasurer of the permitted to attend Jasper High White Springs Insurance Agency and has honorary doctor's
State of Florida in the amount of ,School. These bids were tabulated an dthe I degrees from five outstanding colleges
3900.00 dollars which amount Is Notice having been given by 'add lowest bid not d.. A''motion' wos and universities. He has taught
not less than fifty cents ($.50)) per vertlsement that bids would be re made by Mr,'Tyree, seconded by In rural elementary schools and

capita for the current estimated calved for supplying peetroleum I Vfr, Stormant to accept the lowest j I HOW: IMPORTANT In high school, served' as high 'r L
population of Hamilton County for products for use In our school system bid; the bid of Jones Insurance school principal' and county'superintendent -

the year 1964-63, and the clerkof during the 1964-65 school year,I I Agency IS YOUR CHURCH taught .In the Universityof dutie' a* pantor' of Bright Pond
this Board is directed to remit 'bids were.received from t tSandlin 'A bid was received In the amountof Nevada and the American University Baptist Church; on August 1. TIle

said warrant in advance MONTH. "Auto Parts.Cities $160.00 each for. the four old of Cairo Egypt, and has Rev. Mr. Mube ho* pestered rh.r-

LY, QUARTERLY, or ANNUALLYto Service Ool Company school bus chasis now in Fort Valley TO YOU ? i lectured In colleges, and universities the In both Alabama sad Ken.
the State Board of Health, P. O Gulf Oil Company ,'Ga. After discussion and securing OMon't say you're too busy. You.have,Just is much around the world.. tucky. lie' also served lour "years
Florida At. ,Standard Oil CompanyThese estimates of fair prices, a with distinction M s arlsto ml.sloiutry .'
Box :219 Jacksonville time as '.dc .. tendon Director. ;:Div. Hospsw and bids were tabulated and the motion""was made by Mr. Matt- aoyonj The author of twenty-six books, of the 8t. ClaIr Baptist t
NUTS. Homes, Treasurer.of the)State.of Florida Ion was made by Mr Mathews: and carried.that.this bid be accepted Yes, WI know you rued a fittto! recreation! A food ixnt standing poets of America. }JIls pad Iwo year be .hM contributed
to the credit "at Hamilton' County :seconded by Mr.'Tyree, and carried of loll doeS wond r -for the morale. Nothing bfci fWitr\' '' I short stories are used as models .. Interesting weekly column to theBt. .
'that lowest bids be when yoa'Jcttch' sane; $wmm-! -. 40 '
in the fund designated "Hospital 'I the accepted. Notice having been given that a especally! ? by teachers in the field; one of his Clair 'New Algl. II* has served
Service Fund fo rthe Indigent"; Sandlin Auto Parts for motor oil public hearing would be held on the I novels, is called a masterpiece of on the school of EvsagelMmIbwrd '
and, I and chassis lubricants and Standard proposed school ,budget for the tBuutthyour'iout Med' ftfre3hn&! 1oo.YotrlKe| <}, to. mr, I, satire and has sold more than a at Cook Bprlug and acted

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED), I Oil Company for gasoline 1964-65 school year, said hearing : r ship a J wen i J to pfcy.... N I million copies; one autobiographical .. ,Registrar for Howard College ,
that the Hamflton. Health I gear, lubricant and fuel 00.I was held. A morion was made by Then ire 168 hours'Li every w and directed I Notice having been given that Mr. Mathews seconded by Mr. church.slidstill .. .
Department Is. two or three of them for Sunday school and field and another, written after )'e. *
to administer'this programfor bids would be received on gas for Stormant and carried that the bud. of time for elte. Ttke of the First
I have plenty everything .ttnjtt ..he suffered a major heart attack He served" M pastor
Hamflton County In accordance' bids cooking were and received heating from in our: schools, get be officially adopted as presented your spiritual life is well! is your phytttti life. in 1955 Is considered a masterpiece Baptist Church la SprlngvUto. Ala.

with the provisions of the, Chapter Dasher Valdosta L. P. Gas Co. The minutes, o fthe meeting of Worship God In church every week.1 I II in the field o modern recuperative for seven' years wher a, comptetobulUIng
and I was completed
401 supra: program
BE FURTHER RESOLVED, Suregaa Service. June ,25, 1964 were read. A motion I 1 I therapy and the church membership more t
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that a certified copy of this Resolution I These bids were tabulated and the was made by Mr. Matthews, seconded As popular on the lecture plat-. than dotSbled.

be submitted to the Hamilton I made lowest bid Mr.noted.Matthews A motion seconded was by.Mr. Stormant, and carried I .See *"" 1* &iuc&Jasper S' 1V' I from as for his written works. MrStuart ..lie 'sad M*. Mate Lave three*
by ,
the Hamfl that they' be adopted. i
Medical Society has spoken to hundreds of I
County 1a the
; by'Mr. Stormant, and carried .that i (' .IIdre... sae son
and The minutes of the meeting of
ton County-Health Department the lowest bid be accepted the bid t ., groups of educators and students.He stationed In the Hawaiian Islands.
read. A
July 28. 1964. were motionwas '-
Board of Health.RESOLUTION .
State -
to the of Suregas Service. I is in constant demand throughout one son In DH-atar..Ala. senrinrM I
made by Mr. Matthews, '
secondeed is ,,the nation, and neighboring engineer for the Standard
: Notice having been given that bidswould I sa
THE by Mr Tyree. and carried I J
BE IT RESOLVED BY his OU Co. and one daughter living) In '
be received on liability insurance that'theey! be adopted. ] states as wen as throughout
BOARD I for school buses driver I II v. home state of Kentucky. Annually Columbus Go
further business
|]: There being no ,
Hamilton County, Florida training cars service truck and 1 h ha' travels thousands of mites by ..Bright'.'reed lit very fortoMtto to l
the meeting was adjourned., Ministerial Alliance I .
(Continued on Page 2)) I from service car bids were received'Harry I!I I T. Reid Clyde Superintendent.Hunter,'Chairman ,;:t fr ,...l l. automobile Americans.and air. to speak' _to" .fellow ore bar*.Is.Bey'Invited.Mabe to attend as pastor oar.service'EveryI 1


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PAGE TWO THE JASPER N E8 L", JASRER. FLORIDA ; Friday, August 141964'$ *...;.';
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CommissionersContinued Mri. Orrie Moore. Kendrick presented Ben Goolsby ......'..4.... .82.0 I : ,.4f. 'f''" 1( tI, "

to>> the Board'uetltlon'sign Stone ..... .;.. 74.4 :1 efU5' j
: J.srta f ( ,, I U I{ 'it lSPt't. ? ?
( rom:- ?.& 1) ed" by a group I of Hamilton,County VernonrWoree :,.,......,.....80.81.. ""!!!!!!!:III' Public P Announcements : : .,

In regular teuton assembled I that, Taxpayers. Said petition requested .soloed White ..,...,.....:. 82.0' .'1"1J M' ..
that the Board reject9 the proposal Hilton, Westberry ,u.,..., .115,4, : ;> ; EJ r.ul' ( l
WHEREAS The Board of : bI lied' } '
County i r.Lb.'fIO ". theIridmidtsWaloti': oflh + \1 ,
or colintlaaT f FY .
I Ito the Mlckler Clinlci'; 1SP !
purchase Albert Kyser, Jr. ... ... ,.. 40.12W. '
Commissioner received from the Bek known that >TOM ADAMS Kutat* .( Raymond 3. Camp, D.- :' '
State of Florida -the'sum-of I| Motion'was !made by Mr.Vlnsoot; S. Jackson ............,. 34.69 Secretary of State' .1 t. the. But of ceaied. sad notice II.further giventhat ." Second Class Poatage'Paid at Jasper, Florida ; .
$1004 seconded by Mr ;Wheeler and car LIBRARY FUND Florid,F.d.At.re. < that after publication of this Not' in Advance .
: Et.EC.PION;; Subscription Strictly
tor the Library Fund of Mid Board a will beheld one each week for four consecutive i
which tried I' that the above mentioned pro- Salary JulyBlanche] U Hamilton Count. Florid, on w.*.... application will b* mad Hamilton Outside of County
said in $4.00
sum came from a source I''po al' and petitions be 'entered In' Deal ..... ....... 141.85 Tuesday n.xt .ucce din4. the ArilMonday to the Honorable Joha H. McCormick 3.00 County ,
not anticipated at the time of the. In November' A. 1>. 1544 County Judf of H..mllton.Co1lnt,,
preparation of the the public records of their meeting Kenneth Wood ............ 15.00 the laid Tu.iday being the third Ur. Florida for approval of said ao- Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
budget. I hand I' that the matter be tabled with- Martha Bass ............ 145,M of November.' to All -the followingotflCMt couailav and for final Executor discharge! of of Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
NOW THEREFORE Be it resolved -, the undersigned aa <
out further action until further no- GENERAL FUND United St.,.. Senator.Ilepreientatlve aid eitat.
by the Board of County Commissioners tice., A. Andrews & Exp In Concr.. for the Raymond J. Camp Jr. Mr.. and Mrs.; Robert, alert, Editors and Publishers
Ranee Salary
of Hamilton County Ninth Concr .(lon Florida that said Is The budget for the fiscal year end County Agent ....... ....... 314.7C Three (I) Jtutlee of the Suprra AM Rzecntor of th* Eitat ,
: Court, Coup 1. S, and 1 of Raymond J. Camp D.-
30 1965 having
Seeptember Drury Co. .
Ing W A. Salary
ammen.1" ;
deed in conformity with On (1) Judve of the Dlitrlct Courtof ceased. -
129.06 Paragraph 2 (d) to been published In accordance with Atty ........................ 57.7 Appeal for the First Appel. First. TublUhoi on July SI, 1114. CROSS ATlal
14 SI
11 T
the District July
sum to said budget and to 'Chap. 129, Sec. 129.03,1961F. S. Aaron Hogan ............ 117.5C Governor
date same to be expended approp-I' Board announced that they were i Grover Wheeler .......... 103.91 Hecrttarr of State ':: IN THB COURT OF TITC
the said fund for ready to hear complaints from the Jack VInson ..............115.47 ComptrollerrommlMloner of COUNTY fI1t
library the budget: Agriculture (
1963. public regarding the budgetTberoYrvere Lawton McCulley. ,....... 1039" rea.nrpr -. '."'lJ 'V w V, l fR'" :IDAONt'tC0 JUDGE.pAHAMTE: r 'fIf: P.'M1:
year. no' complaints filed Guy McGhin .. ..: '.:?;-r.llL37: Attoraeyde.ieraNup.rlotendent. t p IN HRi ESTATE' OF
Pusad;and adbpte&thb6A4; of Public Instruction .. ....
ate Isaac Chandler, Jr. Exp..75.00 III AH BRST. n.TO -
offering a
1964. i nor any peraons'prese1t! Florida Publlo Utilities CommunionSUt ALL CREDITORS AND I
complaint in'reeard to'the budget J. R. Miller Salary-Board Co. :' PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS I
RESOLUTION Therefore, said budget as publishedin I! Comm. Clerk ............ 575.0C Attorn/Circuit of th*. Third' Judicial Oil DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
WHEREAS, the Board of County I ''Ann C. Malpas Salary-Sup. Third Judicial Cir ESTATKl ,
the Jasper News was adopted by Public Dfndr. ., You and each of you are hereby >
Commissioners of Hamilton I Board.The I,| Registration ............ 202.9' .cultStat. notified aad required to present I
the 8natr S.v.atttntp'Seoator'idl ,
Florida have been advised demands which
any rlalm and you --- --
CountY'1 following, persons were ordered Margaret Register Salary, sect. District ,. have againstthe
Tractor th1'' trl < or either ot you m. OetQ
only, Caterpillar placed on the County Indigent |,I Co. Agent .................. 32.33 One Repreneatatlvee(I) Member of u.. o, estate of DINAH BEST deceasedlate
said County has become ) of said County, to the CountyJudKe
for the month of July Wylma B. White Salary and Exp. Count Judge ,
..list effective of Hamilton County, Florida
ative because of mechanical failures I I ritrk of th Circuit Court
and until further notice by the : Home Dem. Agent ........ 258.97 Sheriff at hi* office In the court house of D O
and, said County at JASPER. Florida
Tax A..or
WHEREAS the said Board finds Board: Ethel G. Dedge SalarySect to Tax Collector q.. within six calendar months from the
1 Allie Mae Oliver: itajhe, amountof I'I Home Dem. Agent ........ 83.14 County Ruperlntndnt of Public. time of the lint publication of thl. _____ 1__' '- ._ ___
that the said tractor must, be repaired -' notl .. Twocopies of each claim ..rd.m..d -
is that $10.00i i O. O. Edwards Salary Asst. St. I nut ruction'upcrrlnnr of R.sl..lri tlonThr shall b. In writing, and shall seal of this Court at Jasper FIn'
immediately i Tan Stewart In the amount of Atty. ......... ............... 8.93 *. (I), Membcri of the Board of et.te the place of residence and post Ida 1)a.this tlth day of August A. D.
work can be accomplished I I office address of the claimant, and
gency > ( DIMrlct. 'j. R. MILLER.Clerk' .
Wm Randall Slaughter Salary County 'omml..loor.rll. SEAL)
$12-00 hall be sworn to by the claimant
on the roads of said County which Mrs. Katie Bass was ordered St. Atty. .................. 16.56 1.Public S. and Instruction a. ,DlxtrlrU ITwo fils asest *r attorney and accompanied County Circuit, Court Florida of by Hamilton 1.4
are in a bad state or'rep lr as a I I by a flllns fee of one dollar and
the County Indigent list Eva Akins Salary Sect. to Circuit (t) Member of the Board ofand sled Alice Jones, Deputy Clerk.
placed on such claim or demand not ow MOOR REGISTIIIS
rainfall and adverse
result weather of unusual conditions, and: effective.for the Month of August in I I Judge .................... 26.79N In S. Testimony Whereof, I shall be void.Mildred McMillan. As Aug. 14 II ia-Bept. 4 REGISTER FORMS
$1200. .Williams Salary Yard upkeep have hereunto set my hand IN CIRCUIT COURT
..the. amount Executor of the Let Will
WHEREAS the said Board further t AND ACCESSORIES
finds that the must be I The following Uf s* wife, ordered ...................... 41.57 Slate and the of Ort Florida Seal at of Talla-the and. Testament deceased.C. of. DINAH CUIT.THIRD IN AND JUDICIAL FOR HAM CIR
repairs BUST,
Z'and August Addie Mae Smith Salary h...... the Capital, thin' thethirtyfirst 1LTON COUNTY, FLORIDA .
basis ,,'blebhive paid: July. ISyAttuit Jerk A. Avrlett.Jasper ..
made on an emergency I 4. 1964.. T. C office ................ A. D. It... day' of July, Florida BRSSIR M. RRIGHT IN CHANCERY.
been approved by the Comptroller forbids ROAD AND BRIDGE, FUND Kenneth Daniels Salary and E.p. (SEAL) All*,. 14 225.. Sept.,. .4 ... ,I Plaintiff.
and that advertisement TOM ADAMS
Co. Service Officer ...... 150.97 flFCRETART I -y-
this work will
sere no useful -
on July 15. Betty R. Mickell Salary-Clerk T.: Au. T, SI. 21. II THIRD JUDICIAL, Cut Defendant.IN .
THEREFORE BE. IT RESOLVED W. D. ,tewaTf" .....t...... 147.45 A. Office .................121.66 ix THE cotmrf JUDGE'S ILTON COUNTY, 'AUTHORITY OF Tile STAGE OF V3uscoeastia"
the Bill Nbrris '.......i....'.... 85.34 William Kyser SalaryVet COURT IN AND' fOR '' IDA. IN FLOR'l FLORIDA:
said that
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Engineer is hereby directed to have Alex Mathi .............. 113.37 ............. ......... 495.15 HAMILTON FLORIDA. COUNTY IN PROBATEIN I Plaintiff.JOIIX rceldeae-TO I .IsMM a..Walked a....... Is ...........*.
Clerk i Ruben Daniels, .......'....105.57 ,Charlie Goolsby Salary 1 all ; 1. .A .....r. r...lalttt 'a.-t.. bees>
and the
said tractor repaired OF': BAMRL. WAIKF.n.Defendant. ....... .
of the Circuit: Court is hereby directed Slrgil' Williams ........,. 105.57O'Neal Janitor .................. 197.90 RAYMOND RE: ESTATE J. CAMP : THE I sled relief I.therein this Court sought: bolos y.1.-- the, =:.

to pay for said repairs out GoolsbyV-A/rM-r\ y.r.; 109-47 ,Julian Wood Salary C. D.. Deceased. I AUTHORITY IN TilE NAME OF AND THE BT STATE -OF yea are ""I.lr.. ... t. Asiswrr saide..platat

of the emergency fund. provided Huey Cook ................ 30.13 Director ...........,...... 113.37 NOTTPR rnr IS HKREBTt i. uroTrrn orVEW thai ,. FLORIDA!II. 1..... /....!.*.1.r! .krfere.. O. A.SeptemberIt. Aerie.'. C.--sod--... .............
J. L. Reeves .. 105.57 :F. Kenneth Tuten CommissionJuly lh: ,, underMg-ned. on tk" ITth of To John Samuel Walker,'whoseLesidencs "....., Fiends Plaintiffs Attorney r-no .
therefor. : .. .....
| ftla'A and address Is unknown.A -- IS sMnt.mlr&" m ,
Approved and Adopted on this the ''Pete Register 1..a(7J..L. 85.97 ...................... 401.00 'lair. A, D. 1564. lied, I a .. I. sworn complaint having been S ropy.* will tber..f be evtered eUe .._.a.....pro' y e.afee. u.WITM.SN DOfI/un -

4th day of August A. D.. 1964. Emery Grantham: ,....... 8.97.Fohn H. McCormick Salary Co. flied relief In therein this Court against you divorce.You the. .... : .y tuiiid and tke. .fflc.lal p_..stw -
mer ...... 89.87 .............. 625.00 sought being. seal ef tkls Court tat Jasper. Fl... MORmON .
Guy McGhin Chairman, Board of Randolph T w Judge July I CO. roMM. EXPENSE I are required to An.wr. Mid I4.. this llth day .f .August A. II., 5s."' to-..._ "eIaMr
Hamilton County Commissioners. John Ponds IU..ti........ 92. 1 FINE & FORFEITURE Aaron Hogan' ......i........ 6.25 complMnt, 111I4, furnishing on or before to C. A.ReptemberII. Avrlett, 1MM. r.wrcure..tail seer w Haan

J. R. Miller, Clerk of Circuit Bill Ponds <......i........,... 82.07 John II. McCormick Salary Juvenile Guy McGhin .............. 6.23 Jasper, Florida Plaintiffs Attorney,I ((8HAL. Clerk Circuit J.Cnnrt R. )flLIF.1t.of Ha.'

Court Hamilton County Florida Ben Goolsby ........... ... 82.07 Judge .........o.....i 70.00 Lawton McCulley .<...,..., 6.25 fens'a copy will'thereof he enterd else decree against pro you con' mllton Countr Florida by I THE JASPER NEWSY

Motion was made by Mr. Vlnson, Isreal Stone ...........;.. 85.97 Joseph Holloman Salary Juvenile Jack Vinson. .....K....... 6.251Grover !. WITNESS my hand and the offk-' 1,AUK. ,14 it Alice II. Sept.Jones.4 Deputy Clerk.
Vernon Moore .....;. 92.31 Couns. .. ............ 49.21
seconded by Mr. Hogan and carried I. Wheeler ..........,4. 6.25\\ ---
that the Board affix the value of Russell White .t...:...... 8207 John H. McCormick County Judge Bud Bullard, rent. Health Y ..

$800.00 on a 1960 Corvair Automobile Hilton Westberry ........ 115.47 Exp. ft; salaries Asa(, ft Clinic .................... 20.00 I
which was seized by the State Albert }.,*. ..... 84.34 clerks .................... .357.50 Town of Jennings Rent Health

Beverage Department. Said automobile Wllmer rat.- ......... 46.19 GENERAL FUND Clinic .....,.......t..... 20.00
having been released to the ;........101.11 ,COUNTY INDIGENTMrs. State Treasurer Contribution. "' I o,f1j

Board by the Beverage Department I Salary '! Road,'EmpUf/ee-";July,, 15 Mae Long .......... 15.00 JUly (Health Unit),.;...e.. 1013.91 j
Motion was made by Mr. Wheeler July 3U, > X ? Louise Cribbe ..i..;........ 10.00

seconded by Mr. McCulley and W. D. Stewart ........'... 135.95 Eva Let ................. 15.00 phone.Service. : ; \ t
carried that the Clerk request Su-I Bill Norris4..:.-'......\.,\105.43 flda< : Mae: Smith' *.....*...... 10.00 Isaac Chandler; Jr. 'R'fund .

wannee Valley Electric COOP. to Install Alex.Mathis ..........*... ... 1C1.87 ,Mrs.")Frank Miller ..!...!.:12.00 'Expenses;;;:JV .)<>...\....;.*,...5.50
a night light at the public park I Ruben'Daniels OCTTV.... 105.57 Mri. Roscoe OXIper..10.00Jlnunl : Wise's Drug Store Drugs' County

located at Fla. Campsites Inc. Virgil Williams f........ 91.07 Gandy'' ............ 10.03 Indigent
J. 'T. 'Bridges, Jr. presented to O'Neal Gabby ......... 94.07 Bessie, Holloway .......t... 12.00 II UBRARYJLwD ,. ,

the Board on behalf of the Board of Norman Douglas .......... 72.03 i Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 10.00 Social Security Acct. .....,.;,. 12.1 CAerrafd pala pat Conps

Trustees of the Hamilton County J, L. Reevees ......... 105.57 Mary Cox ;............... 10.00 Co. Off; and Employed Retirement S I

Memorial Hospital, a proposal for Pete Register ..!......... 85.97 Cora Cartwright .......... 10.00 Fund meat.*VU.HI.' ".4*. ,'

the purchase of'the Mickler Clinicto i Emery Grantham ... ....... 82.97Randolph Carline Mitchell .......... 10.00 No., Fla. Telephone: Co. ......... 8.50.

be operated as a doctor's .buildIng ,Turner:;.. ..u.t... 89-87 Mrs. Henrietta Craig ...... 10.00 Mrs Blanche _DeaaiiTrtvel ?

in conjunction with the.Hospital I t :John Ponds ,..... ...,..<. 80.87 Tan Stewart ..... ......... 12.00 Expense .h.f'U.* ... 3.40
Co. Off. 6V Employees Retirement Fla.: Ppwer'CorpC; ptiiities:?... 22JS1

Fund July .............. 107.49 George-l Toth"Bookseller. -

I CLASSIFIED ADSHELP I Social Security Acct. July l ''15.89J! Books -...-.,...;... ',1 '...... 37.10 .

Blue Cro.s-Blue Shield Aug. 66.70( I ROAD AND BRIDGE\ :

I Colonial Life Ins. Aug. ..:... 3.00J OJ/*Oft .era And Employees Retiro
WANTED Earn $20 day 1 .
FREE HEARING HELP per R. Miller Refund postage ADiach nwent .Fund :JiU/*;..... 168.92. r
or more'in permanent route work: .
I fees ft fees In general I '
Social Security Acct. .....153.15 i
ioaeit y\ Will train man or woman if inexperienced. court work ........... ... 102.00 Colonial Life Ins.Lt*-Aug: .. 6.00 i .

tw. .. Tbtte TwoBooklets \\Ij I Write Mr. Heath Pox\ lima Braswell T C. Comm. 400.18 Blue-Cross Blue Shield( Aug. ..92.00 den,17Nova Sport Co.".. .
a,,, 2766;; Memphis 2; Tem.. A 10 p Incompetency Procedings Shands and Baker Ind..Road i I

!. e FREE I!. Frederick T. Mlckler, Jr. Material ,,.........'...,;... 28.45 i I ,
VISIT us. N TTMeTratiMI. FOR SALE: Nice home, 3 bed- M. D .. ......... ......... 10.00 Ring Power Corp. Eqp:, i I r

CALL' WRITE rvros'.with I[' ; garage apartment. Nice J. R. Bruce, M. D..o..10.00 parts ....e.;.,.........;*... 21.411 \
Robert A. Hall nbeck lot. .. ........ 3.00 i
big Garage apartment fully fur Jane McDaniel M. D. Moody and Sons;'rental I.

P. O. Box 11. Tallahaee i nished. Priced at J7.000. W..L. Bryan Julian C. Wood Expense attend. Agreement! ............ 192.00. 1 I I Il Ir Ir

BaUerie* and Repairs For 'Aa i Real Estate Brooker. Ph. 792; C. D. Meeting! ............ 19.35 North Fla. Telephone Co.. .... 22.40 I

Hearing Aids ASlo I 4351. A14C F. Kenneth Tuten, field Fla. Power Corp. Camp .... 52.52 : .

Expense ..... .'......... 416.66 Central Truck Lines Express ,
Georgia Plate Glass Co. FOR SALE: Trailer space at Lanier Management, Inc. Charges ...........:t....... 7.36 I .
I i
...... .... 26.25 :
.Store Fronts Genoa Fla*Annie Cason Thermofax paper Sears. and Sons. Inc. Eqp.. I "
Mirrors lleallveredTub I ; \ Ph.397-3131 tic HID Mfg. Co. Janitor Sup. .... 61.90City Parts ....,...........:..... 14.581
'. ;; ; Ct. Us.ft i .
; of Jasper Utilities Sandlin Auto Parts Gas. oil, and l tCan.ir "
Showers I Ii
71$ W Savannah Ave. CH2-5285''I Col. Co. Agt ............ ;|1.15 i accessories July .... .. 628.48 ; 1l0lll4 ClM&Corp, ,'

VALDOSTA :Fla. Power Corp. Utilities Ct. Hs. I J, O. Burch Co. Supplies I : .

FARMERS I Col. Co. Agt. Office ft voting hs Camp ....... .........1... 4.93 '_'" ,.io Ty.l 'r'l1 r k.
In Genoa ....... ......... 168.49 Lewis Lumber Co. Lumber 24.59
SAVE-SAVE-SAVE t MONEY for your farm opera. The;'H and W B Drew Co. Office Jones and Sons Ice Co. July ..6.60

r 30-gal glass lined water heaters tlons at reasonable coat Terms I Supplies ............ ...." 01.54 E. C. Browne Co. Supplies America's best seller. .k\J
a $74.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- to fit your needs. Loans to I 18.98 ;
85 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers : 7 years. Call North Florida The Jasper News Co.Legal Ind. ...10.00 Camp ......-...HH.'.*. '37.77Sapp's ,
4 Mae Oliver '
$199.95; '473 lb. Upright Freezers I 'uction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Pro-I Auk Service Station: Eqp.

$239.95; 647-lb.. Upright Freezers. Uve Oak Tel 3S23588HOUSE Charlie Rhoden Sheriff'scost I Repairs......,.....';...... ..53 ) '
+ $299.95; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost. r ........\i,........... 694.31W. Air Products and Chemicals ', '; ;

Refrigerator with 91-lh. Freezer T. Edwards T. B. Hospital Supplies ............... :14.61 Your best buys !
$249.95 w.t 5-year warranty at FOR RENT .c ROOMS by Patient. care July ........ 173.75' FIXE AND FORFEITURE FUNDJ ; ,

Manning's Radio Service call 7924421. day. week or'month: Alapaha Dept Public Safety Radio R. Miller Clerk's fees for copies

I Jasper. .* tad Motel. .' tic Servke July ...............15.00 and convc. ,............. \\14.95
_. Hill Manu. Co. Janitor .SuppliesJail
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VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYIn USED ELECnUC RANGES FOR ..................... 73.33 Now at your Chevrolet DealerS "
Uve Oak Florida for all your i Sale. Good condition.: $40 and Western Auto Store Supplies
musical needs from and S50. Mannings Radio Repair. Jaspar. B/U SEARS stiA .
organs 792-4431 Jail ........... .... ... .... 3.60
pianos to records and record players : tft
phone The'J. O.;Burch: Co.; Supplies'Jail .
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I LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS HUCaajiD KMT REAU.1 .....................;: .+ I 6.32 1 m ;
REPAIRS: UENPeCK UNTIL UK Jasper Laundry .and Cleaners
For Sale. On the river high and ,
We repair all types T. V. and l dry good location; only 1000. See CACKLI= IN HIS *LEU // Jail .............,li.V" 17.30 Stands to reason: America's"number one Or possibly you'd prefer the carefree

I radio. Also Small appliances Mans Robert Ehlert owner. tfc. Orkin Exterminating Co,. -,.. cars have got to be your best buys. Corvalr.

nings Radio Service Jasper 792- Jail Maintenance .......... 8.00 Again this year that means your greatSo come ahead. Choose your favorite

$ 4421 tfc t| LOT FOR SALE;: Excellent lot inconvenient s I l ': Perry Distributors Janitor est; buys in any size are at your Chevrolet from among the 45 best ways in the world

HOUSE FOR HALF ii JASPER, !: location In Jasper. Has Supplies for Jail.......... 256.01 dealer a one-stop shopping center. to go in the number one automobiles.

Only 2000. See W. L. Bryan I been priced at $1100. Make'us an I ." os Lake Collier Jail Rep. ........ 4.50 Take your pick. ,' But hurry. .

792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 7924491.Reff. Coffer for quick sale.: W. L. Bryan Fla. Power Corp. Jail. .... 43.91 Perhaps the Jet-smooth sa IMS MM wmi iM NU sura The way they're going, no
Real Estate Brokers. tf 792-4351 or Robert Ehlcrt, 792-4491, City of Jasper Jail ........ 12.50 Chevrolet-America's best telling how soon they'll all be
Registered Real Estate Brokers.tfc Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's cost selling: automobile. Or maybe

t. 1 "BARBECUE!t New pit at Alspaha feeding prisoners .....' ... 1900.35 and the fun-loving Chevy II so No.iYOUR gone.Better see your Chevrolet
Motel. Restaurant. Now serving W. A. Drury conviction lees families
many young go steady dealer before '
a thing like that
barbecued chicken and smoked I ATHLETES FOOT GERM Comm. on Bond Ext. .1.... 506.90 with these days. CHEVROLET DCALE happens!

mullet! Route. 41 north of Jasper. HOW TO KILL IT I Social Security Acct .,,..... 21.83 I}
It','de1Iciousl. tfc' In 3 day if not pleased with strong Co. Off .and Employes Retire- (1 and 0Jrrt1
T-4-L liquid your 48o back at Fund .................:.:.. 2108) envtel'Uur-ChejuCoflwIr ..
FOUND: Small fishing boat on any drug store Watch Infected skin Kayo's Drug Store Jai| JPrs:>., 159Hamilton Aa/Can,NaJ I blues,Aa/71/w to bwj-Xow at yottr dcafaTt

Suwannee River. Owner may claim slough off. Watch healthy akin re- SEARS & I 1{ Co. Memort ,lllDep.
game by calling 79C-5632, Identify .place it. No more Itch &'burning I SONS Out-patient ..care..4....."5.00

'and pay for this ad. A 14c ',Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot t There being ,no further business W.G.D. Chevrolet Co. Inc.
1 ______ -- adourned.
I\Powder,too-t--; k-flne. for sweaty before the Board said Board ,
FOR RENT; Trailer space at Gen- I feet foot orderr*atays'actlve in the COMPUTE AUTO SERVICE ,

oa :Fla., .Ante Cason Ph. 39T-313L ,ikin for hours. NOW. at WISE'S Guy McGhia Chairman X17.JASPER .FLORIDA
1 tae DRUG STORE. ,'J" tic Attest J.,It. Muler, Clerk -

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I Jltvlng where one fights for elbo Seeing beautiful oaks and maples ][night was held In the High ,School Chamber of Commerce.: nesvllle' N. C. visiting her mutual 1
(J 'room and! no free air for thinking. and elms condemned to be cut auditorium with 14 lovely young, see.I I friend Mrs. B. F. Wheeler at her
I Seems a pity. Or maybe Hi a c down 'Unmake way for highway ladies' review. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison hadas summer home. Mrs. Sandlln will be
parking lot. improvement he buys them, moves ;! The Judge were Miss Tflly guests the past weekend Mrs. away until after Labor.day.
$, rI I .' --*:- ,.". I them to'hie asylum for unwanted I I[Smith of Quincy, Mr.,John Tlce Eugene McKehrey Jacksonville. .'. e .

it Who uses the:lovely embroidered tree. !W* of Charlotte N. C. and Mr.'Robert [Mr. and ,Mrs Burton Marsh and Mrs W. B. Lewis and Mr. 'and
handkerchiefs of a few years ago?] **?'*WI .-. I[Dancel of Columbus. Ga. (Mr. and daughters Judy, Laura and Martha Mr*. Shelton Lewis and Becky '
( RSa (They made such nice Christmas'''t A classified bcok on my shelf Is [Mrs. Dancel were stopped and fined also son Randall all of Bushnell have returned front two weeks In

( gifts.) And the work that went into:. a .batered; much' read copy of.I I for passing through ..Hamilton Co. who went from here on to Washington New York City and Washington,
them. I.Uncle "Remus and his friends" by]!|and not stopping. and New York. Also at the11arrbon' D. C. Becky quite a young lady

n_.... I Joel Chandler Harris, a reporter I I I i The fine after consultation was were Mrs. Ruth Bow- now purchased part of her winter
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For that I'm missing Atlanta wardrobe at the exclusive how
that Mr. '
for an paper when he wrote Dancel would act as a mess and daughter Nancy from Ocala -
the Marshal Nell rose and the moo- I'I York and Washington dress'sh.ps.
them, or put them in form. 'Judge. They were entertained for .
Loyd C. Douglas I in ""hate Banners in the capacity of Education Con vine nd the begonias my mother Brother Rabbits' encounter with the night by Mr. Blschoff of the I .e *
quotes this. t sultant. Patenon's immediate assignment grew and grandmother's cabbage Brother Um went In part like this Floridan Motel And were guests of Mrs. Blanche Perry Mrs. C. IT.Hunter Mrs. May Curry Jr., Mrs. Barn-
U a man talks much about high II will be directed to expansion rose.. "Brer Um look at 1m right close, the Chamber of Commerce. I I and Mrs. Ophelia Bryan berg" Harrell and Mrs. Mamie Bryan

ideals and then shows shabby con: of educational programs, focusing < duct. It isn't his conduct that draws attention' on the relation between Henry W Longfellow Introduced Time I eat you, I'll des be gettln Beauty Queen. lit runner up"'Daytona Beach. '
I{: a sour laugh from his friends; its cigarette smoking and lung his' story of Evangeline like'this hongry good" was Miss I Bobby ,Jean hays: 2nd I Mr: and Mrs. Willie Ray Lewis Mrs. Charles Rabbi, entertained]
his Weals. i I. This is the forest primeval; The Rabbit 'Yasser I know runner Miss Linda Gall Sunday after church at an outdoor
cancer as related to students in Brer say up Hurst.{are in Sumpter, Charleston, and I
redheaded woman :Y1tr\ii's, elementary and high murmuring pines and the hemlocks I ain't fat. In I speck I got lots Saturday un-a-shinlng the beards Columbia S. C. visiting Mrs. Lewis dinner about the swimming pool at Is
"A Bearded with moss, and In garments her mother's home. Marilyn
can say ; grown by the in for :
men came t relatives.
schools.. He will work closely with ,er fleas on mt', but I'm mighty I Fla. Pre-
and do things that make her charm- green here from Ft Lauderdale,
Judging. Mr. Joe Green 1st prize
the Florida Committee on Smokingand willin. I got a bad cough et I'm .
ing but It black-haired Indestinct In the twilight. I sent were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp
a woman and Mr. Drew
Health, composed cj Florida tired er fallm off. I'm des aboutes Grantham 2nd prize Late Sunday night Mr, C. B.
Stand like Druds of old with voices Mr. and Mrs.
dyes her hair red and then tries : Mrs Mamie Bryan
representives oft: State Board of fat es ,de mule de man had During the afternoon there was Harrison became uncomfortably .and Mrs. Bag
to do and say:, 'red-headed'thJn&', sad and prophetic much merriment with contests such ill and very early Monday morning Carlton Carter, Mr
Health, State,, Medical Society, { Stand like harpers hoar with which he hatter tie a knot In hes well of Gainesville, Ga. Mr. and
she is to fail because after ah .
sure Health Association American Can- beards that rest on their bosoms. tail ter to keep 'im from slipp'n' as the "greased pig" affair. The Mrs Harrison left for \ Mrs. Tom Bridges Mrs. E. S. Chan
she hasn't red headed character.
a Jacksonville I
:You can't cer Society and State Departmentof I see. thoo de collar. cake-walk in the evening was exciting and report are that dler. Cindy Chandler and Mrs. M.
dye a personality. I 10
.' Public Instruction.Bradford Buck Holloman had a painful Brer Link'look at Im In study home-made cakes were hold him there for a W. Wetherington.
. ,I! for the winners. The
tI Ralph Stanley I :
Charles I and near serious 'accident while Brer Rabbit uz so ekeered'he talk I I 1
and Marilyn Tompkins
I Wells Airman 1st Class working at surveying; with the weaker arid weaker. Bros, band from Lake City furnished 1 Mrs. Clarence Howe of Live Oak ADVERTISINGP '"
have bought the Emma Milton rSA
has Just I returned from a year of music, for the dancing in the Mrs. ''Graham Black of Jasper ,
and property Sycamore at the'comer and moved of Carolina in Mon-I duty in Viet Nam. He and Joyce, but Bradley thru the Survey muscle Co., we His Understand leg; was Maybe I'll finish this next weekif evening. Thus ended the 2nd annual visited In Valdosta during the week Y S -. I N sfIE I
with little onesl Delicia and Wayne Fun Festival of the Hamilton I Co.! Mrs. Ponce D. Sandlin is In Way- JASPER NEWS *
: in 5 like It. I'll
have planl t lie was hospital days you mark the place
makev1tan \
dayZtey; to NI
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spot. neigh "
my .
new assignment as Crestview, 5 s
Charlotte Perkins Stetson-said .
\ boyhood,and are most welcome.Toni S. I I'i "It Is good to be alive when trees: A nation is richer for these folktale I "Sell 'lour
Tobacco In
Mr. Jack Holloman is expectinghis ;
.} the Newsletter published shine green. *. To make children young or I
brother Mr. Harry Holloman
? hills stand old of .
by the Fla. Division. ,of American And the steep red upI regardless race Is a contri
Cancer for a visit next month. He- has Just|I against the sky; bution.
retired from the Power and Light Big sky. blue sky, with flying
Hamilton" County is a "Quote Topper Co. of St. I.ouisti Mo., I I clouds between X,X X X Today I got *a letter asking about 1
This la Oak Florida
particularly good I It is good to be alive and see the the Madison,Normal school. I tau iLive
news. Last year, because of un- Mike and Jane Adicks andchildren
clouds drive by. ght with the Gate's the first year
foneen obstacles, time ran out before came last week to see Buck In, . This is from a Mrs. Reddit: of Tam- ,
this unit crossed the coveted the hospital. They will come for a August can well be tree month pa.
Coal Line. Not so this year. A flash longer stay" next week when Mike so much we do need the shades. |l' FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST'
bulletin reports the Unit "over"and has his vacation. : ,
"The ancient mango trees have a .nvrrjdjy: ) a new beginning.

ALL Crusaders delighted.' We Hiram, Van dense, dark green foliage and givea Every mom, U a day made new. TOBACCO MARKET
Mitchell the
hear that Unit President. Mrs. William spent
benignant shade. They create a Tuesday wan no exception. Mm
weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. A. 1.1!
Ifyser; Is mighty happy and
circular pool of black coolness be- Bertile Carter and Mrs Roscoe
mighty grateful to ALL, Hamilton visited Denton:\the Dr families.and here Mrs. Mitchell i iI ;neath them. More than another tree McCall, of Jacksonville made us a 7 Warehouses 2 Sets of Buyers 4
Crusaders and the
County generous short visit.) themselves
I that I know of. They suggest a They were
resident contributors. We also hear 3 of
much credit tor IS due cati'understand how bodies dis- place to meet In. They as sociable 'on holiday. Mrs. Carter was Bertile Groups Experienced Operators '
intergrate and become again a part as the village we'll." Geiger so well known here Jenny

Mrs. Hannah,Bland J who personally of earth. i That brings; up.the ,picture of McCall whose husband.Roscoe was 1 .' More Buyers than any other Florida Market ,
solicited'In Jennings and White But the personalities, .\ the In- our own unbrella china tree which born here'son of Wyly and Emma
Springs and rural areas. A Saluteto withqualntness of little village McCall. Their son Be Vode McCall .
dectructables the qualities that go
to the fine teams of Crusaders II often 1n
make us different some good. we see'not all, now umbrella chinas quoted current magazines
that covered the Jasper area. Congratulations some bad. houses. will be in Md. this year. Dr. of JIMMY STRICKLAND SHOW .

to.ALL.. What of the charm that made I And the village: wells with us Social Science and Anthropology. ". BEAUTY CONTEST .
the dear grandmother and her influence the town pump and a watering The other son Wayne is from the 4 i:. PARADE
Florida Division of Acts to Cooperate that carried over through I I trough for the horses after their University of Hawaii is In Thurlandin

with Florida Committee on several generations. Has it all mer, weary some trek to turn from the Agronomy Division. There FRIDAY' AUGUST 21 1964
Smoking and Health in Expansionof ged into a better more gracious cross the river'. and the roads were are enough McCalls in Hamilton ,
Student Education Programs living for us all? Or is it lost deep sound ruts. County to make this news of inter

L. H. Peterson Exeecutive Vice Out near the Brookwood shopping !, Quoted from Cheerio Mexico 1 tee. FOR YOU THIvGROWER
President Florida Division of the center"they have torn down City Saturday was a merry merry dayat
American Cancer Society amounced one"qt;Valdoata'.. many lovely oldhonie&Seem I IOn his ranch near Hollywool. Edw- the Fun. Festival and the sun SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN LIVE OAK
recently that James H. Patterson d.a pity to exchange 1 Everette Horton has established shone all day.. .
has Joined. the Division Staff I i spaciousnessjfor;4-close. apartment an Old: trees homex" The beauty.\pogeant f>n' Friday' '. }

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-t tratlon fee being: 6n.dollar for each: '1 ,Inc. .................tnlones ...':IS4.OS .r r ..........
nlffM' U' ;;.Y. :1Oi,4 jMntites : I weapon; etc*a* wVjiave Jseveralgun l!> Chemicals,, Ino. LnM41'Moodji .".,:.77.44:, ,?04a1| Cash Available ;; .TO Total Disbursements ..,. HI,
I I o :: RJfii ..", 'Monthly'4leeting\ "collectors" io M&Kry& motion amtjbaa, I o. JMOO.OO fumm* LINKING Fum> .
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1 : I i jwas made by CboMuman Owen\John. Buckle ........h..J2.OO1ber.IIei 1 ', Ii" :J8bta1CeI11A:! lea 1a : ... ?'
v i '. ;RJ py M 1...-Powell 4 : 1"i I rr \CIty'.C h ulcd '! with'a se ond 'ojcjMayor: tburtoythat : no further';tuMiessmiftI&sdjour Ca.iluv oAt'tl'l''t, Jui ,',; IL I I ..L.""(14 -.li.fi./i. .". .f..t._-.......'.........10t.rmn'Y ..<.-., .3x1&27i ,. --
r.., r rVl r fee cents e4. "VAttest'Lillian '
H" a of twmty- vt-. ,be 1964 ., ... *2,860p7 '" vi
In a few days now 'choorreus in.,Six ?" .: .r..r
days of pre' planning' will be .
Jasper>Hamptoa> \ COw i.,".and|,the I devoted to: the math workshop I Jasper, Florida charged Motion for each additional weapon Wade B. Norris Bwnbry Chairman.,:CUjr.Cleric.I RECEIPTS: ". \ I i IUID \' .l'1'IiDe ''>: .. '
carried. A to ,
discussion as
;Test of the. stale will be ringing and I Three days of tmirslve'bcal"'pre'planhg''wlll'be Augusts. 1964 I, 4 UtfUtyr,Tai es f.../.aft_ .. X66.l'otai \ t:1 ';lStfAI
I /. repeating rifles included In I Qty of Jasper. Florida*Financial ... .. .
caning studenu from'vacation: back '' 'observed 'August ?The City Council of J.spe 'to. school tvork7bee'3aiper: schools 26-M. .Het in regular session Monday motion : ,, Receipts ''.... 866.96 I ,-..
will begin on"August Jl at 8:::20 a.m.:I: The 'flrsffho.pr'Snfl\ { schiool erening"(August 'J '.1964 at 7:30 with'was. JWIit ayorCour- I GENERAL,FUND .....e...... RENEWALANt REPLACEMENT
: : : ,. ty uncilman
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p.m.ntM! ;Hall of the City of : '; .' FUND
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.for the elementary v' Total Cash available 3,727.03
will be observed ori ;
.choo1"children Labor DayLSept Owens that'the1words Cash available July 1, i
; "RepeatingRifles" :, ;
and at 8:30 for the Jasper-wtth the:following present. !'DISBURSEMENTS On time Deposit July 31. 1964
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hlgh tudents.JNpw' ; students who, 'II 'f CoOBcilmbn'Wade'B.: .Norris; ChairmanMayor Ordinance.be. stricken from' the said I 14 ...k.,... '.$2,215.76Receipti I i -Bank'Charges ...,.........:::-r''881 ....:.................: 6,600.00.
:: ( ::; Motion arrled. The Ordlnance'wa1'ihea : .
baveymovi 1 .into the 'Jasper"area$| ContlrJulnLtfQt1( are bel made C.'E: CoUrtoy; Coun- ready for final 1963 Taxes ..............187,95, j t
to enrich the curriculum Owens Council
since school, was out last'.ipringahadd : offeringsof cilmanThomas': ; passage. 'A motion by Mayor Cour- Interest .................. 13.01/ '
J' register before "opening! 'of j our, scloo For the first time thisyear man'John' Dedge.Manager Attorney' Robert F. II.B. toy with a second by Councilman Total Taxes ............ 700.96 .DRIVER,; ;FRONT ;LOTS .".
iJa QQl4JJ! 1414n9re! .: r lar>xjbeinning t, we are InlUatinc'aprocraml) Harreflr Oty Nbrris that said Ordinance be Cigarette Tax ,.......... 2,330.57 I .,
in Diversified(: Police Wef Paytott"Bembry
primary pupils who have' norpreiUfeMsterjegistered ; ;Cooperative Training' Flsfcj : Reddin Dall adopted as amended. Motion car Franchise Tax .......... 1.41.Y>I FOR .,, eo 4CAMPSITES'
; rand : which will cam+ to be better known and BUOdnftr Inspector '
whp; haye,': I James. L. ried., Thereupon the_chair declared Road and Bridge Tax .... 1,932,21Licenses
the D. We have Councilman
,not had their health check up, this aa T.Pfogram. Absent the 'OrdInance' difl* feasted and > ................ 165.25 I \-''." "
should .be all means)bedonelpriora! been very! fortunate In having this DOnaway. ....... .
; adopted.: Building < :21.00 ,
.to. the opening,of school.' ,'unit approved for\us> by'and the in State. 'Chairman Norris1 called the meet '. The' followfrili'nce I ? was Introduced }I Fines .:.................., 307.00 .
School rt-e-Dlanninz for Department,of.Education se-i ing' tb'ordet'4sk1n : Attorney MariAttorney' : OR
activities ....." ......
Fee's 14.00 (
teacherlataordinator for' and read by title only Mayor .4 ;0' % ,
,the teachers :will ,etJ underway on curing a .. Karrell read in full an AN ORDINANCE ''ADOPTING AFIRE Garbage '..............1 '32.00Cemetery ;
rdlnator" of
the program. Monday August with aii area ofF I The minutei of previous'meetingM1.aDtpes'sriltlr : 'PERMANENT HOMES
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Lots ......... 9801
the,D. C,' progranwe. have secured ;
....1\i; meeting; that will Ibe held / >ray r.
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...... 239.10Social
services of'Mr..LeonardComvay 'I CRIBING REGULATIONS GOVERNING Withholding Tax
Jn the Columbia County High Schoolin I the Whq .a .te\'ot.\ Troyi were-ado ted gresentedupbnamotion Oivenr! .with CONDITIONS HAZARD'.' Security.... ..... 159.80 On the-WitHlacoochee: in Hamilton County, Fla
Lake City with Mrs. Cecil Kennedy by.Councilniaa:
OUS TO' UFE: AND PROPERTY Insurance ............... 67.50
i State College TroY.l Ala. Mr. Conway ( '
President of District IV 'second V Councilman Dedge. Terms I low $10 down and$10 month.
pre as
as per
I Cutting ........ .. ..'38.50
[ comes Jo uj.frort.; Cairo, .Ga. .4' FROM FIRE OR EXPLOSION. A 'Weed < <
Ing siding.will Registration'begin'at 8:30 for with this the meet-program :,t where, he.was, serving', X teacher Motion AttorneyV carried.Hah: ell read in""full an motion to pass. : this Ordinance on Miscellaneous ..... h..... 2J.10 Drive north on U. S. 41 to State:Road No.. :,6. Go; west. r

slated (4 begin at 9:00 a. m)!'and coach; Hq 1s,framed and.has, OWHnanc1 :'entitled :,.rAN"ORDI.NANCE ; riot-t adinc as, read by title only; _Transfer: from Utility System < and turn right on State Road 143-to, property or write'
Frances one three year.old daAt{ter:;Hejwill was-made by" CouncllmadI I Owens Revenue .......5,000.00
Mrs Secretary to this Bradley organization.of Jasper On is be moving into town ,as'soon: as the ,.REQUIRING. ND'PRO.- with second: ,by Councilman :. _.. "' _I .f Florida Campsite. Inc.'P.I Q.;,.l}oxii07, J sper, Florida

'Tuesday Aug. 18 A (new)' math (.r apartment he ,has secured I; a- TJON VIDING, Of pfSDOLREVOL'V'ERS.MAQIWE ; ,' >edge( 'Motion said Ordinance carried.;.4 will public be Total Receipts ..1, ...,,' 12,044.45 AD'.6'4LSII6. ..'r.>-i vailable. tearing on .
work shop will get under way for GUNS.Sua..MAOUN "
heI4! ,,S'eptember' 1964.. Total Cash available -14,260Jl:
all Hamilton County Teacher in I I This program is designed to pre GUNS AND MAKING POSSES- -. -. :
the Jasper Elementary 'pare"high school' students for employment SION OF SUCH KIRK ARMS UNLAWFUL Tne next item of discussion waslie DISBURSEMENTS: -. ?: .:. '. "

cafeteria. Registration for this workshop ,after. graduation. 1bI'1 WITHOUT SUCH REGISTRATION purchase of a new water pump Mayor and Council ........ 26.00
instructed to
will begin at 8:30: on Tuesday I combination4workstudy AND PROVIDING FOR The City Manager was
program Management and Office: ;,. 605.65 $
morning and classes .will begin ati I is planned and operated in cooperation I THE PUNISHMENT OF THE VIOLATION obtain prices! from 'tabled several to pump',next Finance and Taxation ....62 ony leio 'aI4 y$
Matter 1.9y2t
9:00: a.m. on the first day ,of the. :withlocalemployers. Stud OF THIS ORDINANCE," ornpanies. '. Legal ...............wr1. 50.00 N LYr a' N LY0
work shop., There will be two sectIons ents enrolled'ln\ the program will After reading of this class with Mr. spend several hour of each school tneeeting was open for publicIscusslon A motion 'wumade'by': Council- Public Relations,......... 211.27% L
James T. Wajker\ .of ,Madison i I day In tM/ THi roomtaking; typical of said Ordinance. The man Owens with 'a second by Police De ent.u.-1I387.04.. .' 1' i'YrANrH.1P I1ST
Junior College' teaching one iectlon high ichodl/lubjeeta'"equlred. } forgraduation City Manager'slated he had been Mayor Courtoy to ;pay Moody"and POre.Department ....,/,";. 659.92 I;
and his wife 'Mrs: Hazel Walker)I aJor-with J other courses I contacted in' regards to. the reglsConway. Sans', Inc, the teachin gthe other. This course related to p e specific Job for which -. -- -. use of back-hoe( rental. Motion ,PUULIcrw'' IRKS i I. 4 .; + .; .
may: be taken for credit and "may I they are'preparine,"Approximately carried 4$ ,,PubJie: Buildings ,.,..?..'.. ;55:15: .I: i: -.:!fL-J: !'
1 be used in a number of ways to the sat equal amount of time is spent in 4 A motion wasfinade' by Mayor Street'Department: ......,.2.529.91Garbage .flfJru& f..., .j'
advantage of the teachers: local business;" service or Industrial >Mr Conway1' assumed his duties COu.r.toY.with a a cbnd ,by Council Department .... 619.90 -f.. '" .

It is designed to give basic, cod; t'establishment wfJch'students with the school on Monday August man Owens to pay' the following: Cemetery ...............: 232.56 l
cept In modern mathematics and to receive imtheb'; ;training. Correlating 10. He &add like for those students monthly bill*. Mon carried. Public Welfare ............;"30.00 ....4''" lwr r
acquaint the teachers with an understanding i the school work with the empioymentrexpidenceis'carrled who registered for the D. C. T The It, VlT. B DTWCo.3.08 Mosquito Control .......: '7.24 .I
and methods Jn}] program last spring to'come by the Brown'Woocr'Prterving' (Co 28.88 n '; 'l'r .
working onl I
Social Security ....,,..,1,1056.13; .
\ \ -ordinatol', Mr. school and talk with him about this king Hardware OC:.,.'........ 27.92 \*!' .. t
the greatly publicized new math. by the D.,a'T.. ",. I, ; :Withholding"Tax ......:;: '749.10 ,
S a program at the earliest opportunity: W. G.D.Cnevroletflnc. ....;; 83.81 'r f'.C" 4 r
He would also like to discuss the f +
Joiner's vAjroco'Sfface Station 2.75Suwarmee'Store' ; '1
:',)"I,. .;. \1"'t., '.... .' I program with any interested business ...:........,... 9.70% Total Disbursements ..'..:!9,173.89 .. t 'l1

I and professional men of the Restaurant .., ....... 14.15
Mary's .
Total Cash ,31.
available July
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/ ? :" '" : town. This is a most excellent program General Office',:Equipment &; 1964 ..................'5086.32 \,J1' ,,0) '1 1 .,y
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J : : and should serve both the printing do-A, ......!... 20.20 'r t : r.w" :l!
1 mutual interest of the school the Jasper Laundry'and Dry 1 i f ,
itudent .the business men who co' Cleaners .....J............ 39.15 FUND "I "" t ,
I :operate with the program; and the Motorola ..................... 21.00Western Cash available July 1,..1964.. }'.r E 't"F! l ." r'\t.t'' .'1 ..j :ipxR ,
I ", Were You Born InAugust community in general. This is the Auto Associate Store 12.31' 't i 't. Ilf f"!. I!' ar,

: first in a number of enriched and Jax: Uniforms .................4.83 t. .w+. r 4r
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I Mt.' beneficial programs and courses: \Southern Building Code Publishing:I i Water Service 2839.10 "N. .-;- ,__ .. -"'AijJo'' ;"',! ._f -
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in ,an even y el of study that we hope to be able to Co.'Inc. ............. 3.70% ,i Sewer Service 1482.50: tt ;(J :

): S offer to our students in the very, Orkin ..a..t........... 24.00 Water Miscellaneous20.81 Deposits .: ......, '.100.00 ':Dv'j,t ::

: REMEMBER l near...future... Suwannee ValIey'Tractor Co. 7 06 Withholding Tax ........';. 41.80
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Jasper. Auto Part .......... 21.33 .......'... .35.16
Social Security
I Slicks Welding Shop! .......... 2.50 ...... .... i'
; 22.50
'Renew'yotiib .
To Lewis Motor Co. %........... 39.45 t
Block Co. ..... 12X0:; 011 ll"O re 1
r, Suwanner .n Total' Receipts ...../.. 4,541.87Total _
nmf fnfmvar State Tractor &. Equipment Co.

river's' License, 1 1ms I ... -1 Inc.: i f.....................17.97 Cash available ..-.. 19197.93 "
l ; wlrw ,. The J:O. Burch OX'*..'.......\43.30 ire."II' ,H.'ttl' 'Wrull nUl' .
North Fla.Telephone Co., ..c. 75.69,, DISBURSEMENTS: '
Cities Service Oil Cot .......'25146,( General Operations .....1264.25 I'f .'. ". '','Pho'Ofraph."Will I. At ;

f H : : Tropical Uniform Rental... 89.80 i Water Plant....._....... 221.40 .
: i 1Henry.. Crane Supply Co. fT.......... 55.29 Water Lines............. ,344.97Sewer ':
Sandlin Auto Part] ?........ 265.18 Plant ......... ......./' 5.04: \k. VAN H. PRIEST CO. :
VJCKERS.; Davb. eter & .sipply Co. Sewer Lines .............. 93192: j
Inc. ..'....r.' ....10 242.S7 Water Deposit Refund .... 320.001 WMON.ITUES. .. WED. AUG. 17 18 19
'Juper, Florida Whitehead Hardware Co. .*.. 4.20 Transfer to'&enentfwd 5,000.001{I I :JASPER FLORIDA

'' Southern Meter and Supply,Co Social Security .......... 253.75 'T
j'F r the 'BEST 'in Part and' Service Telephone 792.69211! Inc ....................... '69.20E Withholding. ............*. 150.50 I ; LIMIT On. Per Subitc! Two Par,r.It. -
C Browne CoJ..r...x:..:. 4.02 ( Additional Subl.ct $3.93' .
Balers -Rakes ,lT'Mbwers ',- ;Cutters Res.. 792.4831n I Orange" State,'Pip and Supply Co. Total Disbursements .,..7,453.83 : )r,7 Each

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.: TRACTOR COMPANY .You may be losing more than you *.MnV.. 'TbsA! &, it dirt, rust; ...__ *A< Y

( I' : Jasper'" .,.''"Phone 792-6551 H exposure and improper lubricants are killing your equipment mite: prime.

:. The'Standard Oil Man Trill be glad to recommend Wbricanta and methods '

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all-purpose lubricant to service your machines ;
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of the Presidential Task Force, a To Show Film Of Bible.v I 'point pen ink use dry cleaning solution. I NOTICE
"Draft Will Test government committee appointed ILak ;City 1 jWith YougHome? <, After removing any excess,i

Men at Age 18'; by the late President John F. Kennedy. Senior Trip DemonstrationAEetik rfponge the spot with dry''cleaner. Jennings"-Iflgn';'Sctwol >football-
Institute To remove spots caused by cream 1 practice stautsat7oo'pp; m/Mon-
Under the systemmen who' .Temple Drescher swill show .m '' milk gravy;, chocolate: egg of : ,
/ : / day, August
July this 'year. most
Beginning failed their examination may enter one )half hour movie of the Senior :-.Mt. ,F.klw.Dy of Lab Citji salad, dressing, remove the excelsand I I -_ -_
men becoming 13 ;.will be siren Trip to N.. Y. worlds fair. F F A wtdrei Ie aaswunce that Correport- Wilma sponge first with the detergent I,
aimed at \ B. Whit.I '
their mental and physical military a voluntary program I r
: offered 1 1I 1I solution. Allow to dry. Then apply WORKING
Banquet, Kindergarten graduationand dente BIble purses are being 1I
examination when they reach this helping them to why I I
Vacation Bible Schoolat 1I I dry cleaning solution to remaining
draft }Registration age Kenneth they failed and leading them into Baptist free to aayone wUhlng to enroll. I There will be a cemetery workingat
the Cafeteria spotUSE
Jasper Elementary Farther formation .o this
which could help correct
training Prospect Cemetery oil.August
Service Officer,
panleU County
Monday August 17. m. t
said today. Now most potential their deficiencies Anyone Interested In: p. of these I.t BIble COOTM CAM. be obtained by DRY CLEANING SOLUTION 18, 1964. Come brine: tools' to work
draftees mwrt wait until they are 22 Daniels suggested 'that detailed events are invited to attend.any I wrttinc F. E. Day, Lake City, FU. :CAUTIOUSLY with and a basket lunch' .and lets
to find out If they qualify for military information on the procedure for ... 4 I AH dry cleaning: solvents give off get a lot of work done,
,service, : registration for the draft may be I Calvary Baptist Breaks Ground I !poisonous fumes. Many are flam
baniels said the new program for obtained from the local office ,of mable. Avoid inhaling the fumes MLE UIDES; .
examination Is the result of the find- \the Selective Service Systems. I For New Church'I N I as .you work. Ventilate room well
I and keep container stoppered. "A ,to Z"
I If solvent is flammable, do not
Miss\ Sarah Marie Henderson, To Be I .. ",: .. smoke and do not run electrical The Jasper News '
appliances on, the carpet during
Wed In Mid-August\ HOME DEMONST. NEWS spot treatment. -,- -

( Common spots can be removed You'ii; nod labels in shoes are
from with hew this fall. > I IIII
r your carpets one or two
r solutions that you can keep on The labels resulted from "guide
hand. rules" set down by the Federal
Trade Commission. They say that
I The secret is to treat spots quick. shoes having major parts made of
ly, before they dry. a material which imitates leather, Maybe you aren't interested,
I. I A detergent solution can be mixed but actually isn't leather should be but in !ia number of European
'.. and stored in a quart jar or hotle. I clearly identified for the consumer. areeas asparagus seeds are used
4.r .
:.. N. Just add 1 teaspoon of synthetic:. 'The'parts of the shoe which ere ,I for ecffee f. .:. Motor vehicles
liquId detergent or liquid .halr. traditionally leather and are cover burned up 55 billion gallons of
shampoo and 1 teaspoon -of white ed by the new F. T. C. shoe guides gasoline In I960. How's your
vinegar to 1 quart of waters Label Include the leather upper, lining, mlleaget .' Who said we are-
a,. r.R+ ? The ground WM broken for the sad steadily. The members of'the the container. inner sole and outer sole. I n't progressing Three centuries -
I new church building of Calvary church look forward to the Com A dry cleaning solution of ''your Although' all-leather shoes don't I ago It was fairly common
Baptist Church of Jasper on August pletion of their new building. Presently I election is the other one to keep have to be, labeled many quality practice lor physicians to try to
1 k ""i 3, 1964. The, building Is to be they are meeting in the I handy. Be sure to take precautions manufacturers will continue to cure a stomachache: by straddling
1 1T located: approximately three-quar Woman's Club house of Jasper. recommended on the label lor use stamp their footwear, 'Genuine leather the patient's middle 'and
of of the dry cleaning fluid *. They've found customers bouncing up ,nd down In
ten of
a mUe east Jasper on
State highway six. This church was Their pastor Is the Rev Fred Use the detergent solution promptly :want this information when they case you haven't'noticed, thereis
constituted on October 31, 1963 with Herring and they extend a cordial on spots and stains caused by select shoes, particularly for child no postoffice abbreylatlon for
forty: charter members. Since: that welcome to everyone to come and leverages, ,,fruits, washable Ink, ren.You'll Alaska ,'_
time ,the membership has increa- worship with them. urine"or excrement. find the new content informatioiuon .I Burning up gas looking for a
Remove any excess of the stalnng shoes in several dif-1 good laundry and cleaner where
ferent forms. Some shoes caa 'place your complete
substance first. Then use a carry a you
Late To Classify ,separate ,handbag. Others will confidence Look no more .
.. sponge to apply the detergent solution I
,spalrlngly with a gentle 'have the information printed on1 JIM: rome to JASPER LAUNDRY
By Russell Kay .;J| wiping motion that wets 'only the ,the lining of the shoe. Some will'l CLEANERS and forgetit.
Results of recent primaries and the Republican face of the carpet. ,have a tag pasted to the sole. i You never bad It M> clean,

" convention seem' to indicate the ,disturbed state of Work from the outer edges of Look for the label. It win help you no NAY, BO fat, no Inexpensive!

_.._ mind that exists throughout the natloarff: stain toward the center; Repeat the be sure yore getlng your money's. 1 1 THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLDHINT
--" ------ --- Mustard stains often

worth. i ; : can
'* The swing: to Goldwater in my opipion has noth- application. Take,up excess solution -
Medina the late
Today 'an announcement: of and Mr. and Mrs. be removed by rubbing shampoo
IJV.ICh"1ntereSt ing to do with party politics. The' old order is split with clean dry cloths and allow iiOUSENOLb'IIDIT directly
is being made by Mr. Julius Marvin Warmath of this 'on the stain and
and Mrs.. Alton Morris,Henderson wide open and for good reason. Both Republicansand spot to dry quickly.. Then brush up Turning a rug which gets heavy letting it'stand for a few min
J of Davis, California, of the qaement city.After graduating from El Camino Democrats: are pretty well fed,up with, the status pile gently traffic or constant wear wfll make utes.
; For oily spots or stains from ball. It wear more evenly and look nicer. .
of their daughter Miss Sarah High School in Sacramento, Calif. '
Marie Heenderson.. to Norman Gene the brlde-tDbe'attended Lambuth quo.They have reached the point where they want to
Warmath"ion of Mr..and}4f a. Nor 'College. She is ,a member of the know just where'this country is going: For some ,time
man'G.; 'WVrmath.of Jackson. 'I Jackson Symphony Orchestra.. there has been little choice between' parties. It has '
The bride-elect: Is the granddaughter A graduate ,of North ''Side High been "me too' and the things that have: made: this L IF YOU ARE PAYINGS
of Mrs. William Owen Stone'andthe I School\,, Mr,, Wannath finished country have been going down the drat i..
late Rev. Stone'.of this city and naval training last summer and Is Citizens are worried about big government false
Mr. and Mn'Frank M. Henderson\presently employed at the Williams assurances political hooey and hokum?I juvenile J and
\. of Jasper, Florida. Grandparents Steeljfjimpary In Jackson. adult ,delinquency senseless spending and squandering MORE
1. \ of the prospective: groom, are Mr. be wed \\n a midNew ,- of the nation's resources. The license given hate O$15ggOR

and .Mrs. Oscar Flbnor Cash of A: .:..._ _. gro.ups. Communists the Ku Klux.Klan.. The ,Birch : \ ,
I :
_d.,_.T' .. Society'' and countless; others,- lacX,of respect for law
L r. '
:. and order {graft< and j corruption high places and PER MONTIEFOR' RENT'S
the tendency' or bur courts to ,"laugh i everything off
( i"Director"More cries !' and encourage the lawyers in their,efforts to impede
( C justice and protect, the criminal'*;::"/ ft* ** o 'This is not the America our fathers and forefathers IM1ZYErrs

l fought for. This is not the, America we were, taught.
to respect and defend. They' say history repeats itself ... aWl
well we have 'gone a long way down the,road that his I

tory points to as, disaster areas. YOU %AU"fUL
We' want something done about communism in f
this country, communism in our schools and colleges A OWN
on the streets and in government and 'elsewhere. We YOUft
/ __ want something done to curb general disrespect for MIME of

/ law. and order this steady increase in our crime rate .2 Bedroom AZTEC 4ww. _
mob violence big labor political'fear and pussy footing ...
We listen to men like Wallace and Goldwater I
realizing their shortcomings ,and tVe ..dangers of their Most people who are paying rent
\ philosophies but 'we know we can't"go on :'lighting do not realize that $30.00 a month
wars we can never hope to win, internal disruption, amounts to $7,200 In |lust 12 years.'
generously proportioned criminal leniency, senseless 'squandering of the nation's 75.00 a month for 12 yean' totals iIi!! I
luxuriously: And month
; wealth and resources indefinitely. 10800. $100.00 a
cushioned with dual. All we ask.is sound, sensible dependable leader equals $1,200 a year and in. 12
contour molded foam I ship and we don't care what label it might bear Re- years amounts to $14,400!
1 rubber and styled,in '
pubjcan} 'Democrat or Independent. i I' If you are paying $50.00 or nor '
1 1 handsome! Call for square free tubing ten. In our pursuit of the almight dollar, of personal per month rent and own a lot er. 3 Bedroom, ? COMANCHE ..h..t
\ office. pleasure and advantage, we have neglected the dutiesof homesite free and dear you cast
t, day trial in your citizenship that might have saved us from our pres-
No of I pay for a beautiful Jim:Walter homIn >
obligation, ent,light We placed little value on the privilege of 12 years with the same amount off --
course the ballot, we avoid jury duty"make ho effort to back ..ey. What's more' you need pay
up our police 'and hire shyster lawyers to,, get us off
the hook when lawlessness' catches up with us. NO MONEY DOWN .

r :-'.',. only $33.00 We are sick' and we need help. Goldwater may How Is this possible The Jim Walter
; help he may not. But we know in our hearts we are' way I More than 100,000 homes
in bad trouble and we have reached the point wherewe have been built by Jim; Wolter and
"II THE JASPER NEWS are ready to grasp any straw that given enen halfway they testify to the vaiN YOU.can '

._ promise of answering our need.THANKSj. get for your rent money-save even 3 Bedroom HOLLYWOODmore
'0 by doing some of the ,insiaUfinishing
I', yourself I FREEI! Catalog I
J 32-Page 'J|
"I I II II II II Send coupon or call for 32-pag.
dOnffr97arounU' color catalog showing 21 Jim Walter A Whatever Ideas you may
Homes, floor plans and details hs s .. have of the cost of a 1W t- '
of construction. You have choice of ,:
I am deeply and humbly grateful to 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom homes. The and home for invite yourself
!family we you
low price and monthly'po)
the people of Hamilton Copnty for ments will surprise you. to writ for our latest cot-
which Illustrates
I having allowed me to become the 21 HOMES TO CHOOSE FROM : ,, 21 model hornet,shows floor our

.- nominee to the office of Tax Col Now we have 21 standard model! 1f plans, and gives detail of construc
Ccew.iMc. homes to select from, each .Udrvid- tion.There no charge obligation for

y- with your- GarGET lector without opposition. To each wily degree constructed of finishing, and available desired.In If this booklet.You owe it to yourself and family to find out
any how much home you can get for the money you art now
I of for I you own a lot or home site you can
sincere thanks-
you goes my arrange to start building,ot once paying for rent. We have built over 100,000'homes ,

: "ALL AROUND"CARCARETODAY. feel that this honor reflects WITHOUT PAYING A PENNY throughout!the country and they are our best aaVwtis,,
your DOWN. Your horn will U 100% ments. Just mail the coupon or call at any on* of,th. ,

r trust in my ability to perform the financed. ___ 'r$+ie+ f psi 'Jim Walter branches." You will be shown every courtesy. f

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When it cornea to quality car Jim JIM WALTER '
care from changing the oil filter' pledge my sincere ef f orts to !serveas I om interested In owning a MW horn Pfoote send me aha

to keeping your car performinglike Tax Collector in a courteous' and SBBBM ones OPEN f DAn A WIll catalog of homes.tff-M.w) I

new, bring it to us, we're ex I seam OPEN M MOOtS A DA f. I Nome -
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Friday, August 14, 1964 "_ THE JASPER NEWS. J'ASPER.' FLORIDA PAGE 'SEVEN._

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The .Aft of:Seeing in other music areas;, architecture Years ago and our in grandparents many' THE CHAIN GANGT< ??'"

went to worshlp'in.\ an old Jasjper Market
While we look, not at the things log church without any lights orheat. AgainAtff

which ,are seen, but at the things We,cannot see' beauty In'that
which' are"its seenr"'t 'the'things but they could. -- .. i ,

which are teen are temporal; ;but In the next generation our children .*.>.*. :."Jq
the things which are not seen are into to worship the "
; ,may go space Rises To Top; !
eternal. EC Cor. 4:13. .beauty of nature. i

May we learn to see problems I Finally there is the art of seeing
!In life. ,So often'we fail to really I yourself Stop! Look! Listen! -
in life. So often we fall eo really Stop and see your flaws temper, f ,i 1 Jasper's obacco Market again forged into the lead

see the problem because we are a. !I telling a lie, ruining someone's BUBNHAM NEWS>II,i over the entire Georgia-Florida Belt this week with a $61- D'i ,
fraid. There Is an answer behind character or home. Then see your By LOIS ZIPPERER I 1.22 over-all average. Market Supervisor Fred Wagstaff i
each if would only tryto patience or loving your child '
problem we "your
find it. God will guide us if ren.I The truly ambitious are alwaysas announced that thru Wednesday 2,612,354 pounds of to-

we would only ask him. Today people busy on the landing as they are bacco'had been sold here for which 1599163.20 had
Look at both the good and the bad breathless on the stairs.
are afraid to can on God because I qualities and see which ones )'OU'JrIproveJ.tyen Louis KromenbergerTtatrcsv been paid. Thursday's sale was progressing slowly because

SoWames1 they 'tb say rr It shows*tiWrty a weakness'If Behfadf u -; the.good ones. '"rafu: < of rainy.vreather and darkness but reported that

the\ problem. Alphonse Kerr said When you want to tell somethingthat Mary Lou Mathis and sons Benny prices were 'holding up very well._ He reports that the
grumbling isn't true stop and think of and Steven of Gainesville speent local market full tobacco
"Some people are always the damage that could be done. I' last nearly every day, i is selling
Tuesday and
I Wednesday with
because roses have thorns. good,'and farmers to bring their tobacco to Jasper
have roses." Maybe you are generous with your their) parents and grandparents, urges ,
am thankful thorns but not time. See if I I l Tobacco sales the Georgia-Florida Belt
behind the situation J money your Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zipperer. over are approximately -
could The beauty be that people must not think you can improve on all of them. 1- 27 million pounds lighter than the same date '. These men'are lined up before the Judge alright but only so.the
I of one's self. Listen to God speak to you as he I Mr. S. L. Harrell and son and last \ j Judges At the Fun:festival can Judge their heard They are the
only tells you how he sees your life. Alter daughter of Tampa spent several yearJ > finalists in theBeard Growing Contest and winners were Joe Green

The problem of seeing the beautiful he has told you this you will see days last week with theeir sister and Drew Gr nthani. Left to right are Drew Grantham Mallory Webb

is often overlooked., You set I things in a different light. Remember and Aunt Mrs, Loy: Burnett. I Brings "S Joe Green, Charles, LJeupo, Marvin Selph, Jim Bell and Bob Looper.

your own standard of, beauty and he sees everything you do all ., . .oppin2' Spree" To' Jasper!I-. -' .. -. --
fail to f'ecoo: dze''aomearae'else'sstandard. of the time.; ;, Jerrte Mathis little son of Mr. and
This is true in paintings Truett M. Comer, Divonia Mrs. Joe Corbett Mathis was con-I' M. v ""
fined to Pinevnew'General HospJltal .2 r i : Jasper's own
I several days last week. He is "Beetles" per.

This SmJaym Ae home now and t we. hope. improving ..' : \ .. ,.l Jo. the formedbetween beauty con

Mr J. J. Zipperer Sr. has been i .. test parades.
confined to Hamileon County Hospital r j;

for the past several days. We a.. ." .. 11 They are Kathy

I IiIhunbrsAJExNiNGS hope he will soon be well and back i i'c' Burch. Kim Jon-
home. ... r" es, Jeff Vinaon
and Greg Jones.
Mr. arid Mrs.. Joe
Sullivan returned
"Enter Rest Pray" I Jasper to theeir home Saturday ; ., .. :,; ,::\",; '
after being In Macon and
Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. Pastor: Rev. Fred Herring
with their children. They visited .
Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.Prayer .......
Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.n Sunday School. a.m. other relatives while there. They
Worship Services 2nd and 4th 'I Mom Service .,.......11:00: am. also had! the pleasure pf talking to

Sundays at,11 a.m. and at 8 p.m i Training Union .......... 6:30: pm. Mr. Tom McCall by phone. Mr. Me Ss. Another short

JASPER FIRST TIETHODIST" '(Evening Service "tr...... 7:30: p.m.: Calla boyhood.home. .'was In this Co! I ,v several act consisted selectionsby ,of

"The Friendly Church" Prayer Meeting Wed. .., 1:30: p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac; Shiver Sr. tdi a quln,
E. BOOTH Pastor
ORDER'OF N. FSRVICE )AK GROVE C'JIi'iiiCiiOF iiiUstI spent Sunday in Doston. Ga. with t tel: Harvey Oehl-
j I their son and daughter in law John ert Billy Hill
Sunday School ... 9:46:
.. ?11:00) Between Jasper and Jennings Edwin and Lorella'Shfver and children I Bob Fisk Dr.
Morning Everyon Worship* < invited* a.m.1 I on highway 41 They also attended the baptism Charles Jones' Red and White Grocery Store staged a big special Wm. Kyser and
EVENING CERVICES s Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll of two of the grandchildren at the event timed to co-hclde with the Chamber of Commerce Fun Festival Jim Hlckman.I .

Junior Fellowship .._ 6:00) p.m. Worship Service,, '.U...,''r'U to 12 Presbyterian Church. ,which included a double page advertisement In the Jasper News (in red)
and clowns, cotton,.candy:, and many prizes of groceries and shopping
Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00pm. Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 .
Youth Fellowship .__ 6:00 pjn. Wed. Evening Bible tudy .. 8:00: Mr, and' Mrs1.:' Franklin Gaston sprees in which lucky( ,customers won the right to pick up free all I
Worship Service _; 7:00 p.m. Phone WE8-209I' "s and GerWOde McCullough of Tallahassee the groceries they could: gather into their baskets in one minute.. -
Youth Social Hi-ui r. .... 800 p.m. spent' the weekeend in Jack Mr. Jones the'i they' one on the right) is shown with a real live i ever happened to them bfeore and
Wednesday Hour of Power, 7:15: p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH sonville with :Mr. and Mrs. Loutn I clown who gave away candy, gum, balloons, etc. r i they thoroughly; enjoyed themselves.
Sayer Canon, Pastor. Gaston., We don't know whether or not he made any money but it was a They had a fine sense of hum
'BETHEL PRIMIiWEBA'TI5i j I[I Sunday School at __ 9:46: I lot of fun for his customers.ROSWELL I i or and Hamilton County enjoyed

Bible Study at tM a.m each Sun. Morning Worship ....w'11:00 a.m. Mr.' and Mnk Ralph Cunningham Ii having them as guests.
Canrch Service 11 a.... 7 PJB. Training Union ....<... 6:45: p.m. had suppers/Saturday night with I Music for the Pageant was turilihed -
\Vot hip'............ Miss
4 Sundays each Month Evening 800: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith In Jaa41per. ly Sharon Sapp and
PJ3YE 6:00: p.m. each Sandal! Prayer Watoeiday -, '. : John M. Knight III. R. Lowthar, using organs donated .
,;. ._Q 7:10.!.ne ...., ?' BL 1
," Elder L. M. Vane-pastor -"' i.II M !,, v-. ....- I a. t '. I fcr the event by the Colonial'
'JASPER&HJitjHbF.GOD Mrs. D.P. Harrell of EUavUle, Rites Held House of Music, Valdosta i
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN SERVICE ,I I GLENN,," EN; Pastor Mr; and Mrs. Malcom Burnett of OIl A FROM MIAMI HERALD tI Saturday morning overcast skies f
CHURCH Van Zant HI Sunday School v___.. 10)00 a.m [Jacksonville and Mrs. Vivian Smith gradually cleared: and remained
The Rev. William W. a. m. Morning: Worship*. m.. 11:00 a.m /had,dinner Sunday,with, Mr a. Loy; Funeral services for John M. clear for the entire day and right.,
'today School.5 Evening Worship'_...? 7:00: p.m Burnett. \V>' Knghts' pioneer resident of Vert: Boxing! and two greased pig chases
Services! _....._..-- -11:00 Wednesday air., Beach,,were held Thursday at the provided some red entertainmentin
JASPER ADVENT Prayer Meeting ,.,.r,._ 7:80 p.. I Mr. and Mrs.,\Carl Morgan cf Primitive Baptist Church. t heafternoon.

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I Y.....P. E. V..._rrM,_- 7:30 p.m Jacksonville spent( Sunday with E, AVRIETT f' Elder Paul Law and Rev, Albert The event of intereest in the evening .
Mr and Mrs. Leonard McCuiley. i Simmons officiated. the beard
Travis Carter BURNHAM CHRISTIAN I RosweU E. Avriett well known was Judging contest
..... 10 a.m. when 24 bearded
School...... men paraded before
Sunday CHURCH resident of Ha mil ton.County died
moved Beach 53
to Vero
: : Knight
....UOO: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. S. XL Morgan and of
Morning Service ... James Webb Pastor last Friday August 7 In the Valdosta Jasper He a panel Judges. A $25
from Fla.
... 1:30 the weekend with I I years ago ,
Service p.m. some time oveer prize for the best beard was won
Sunday Night: Sunday School every Sunday 10:00: MOl'ian.i i hospital after short illness. established the first general storein
night: their mother Mrs. Annie by Joe Green and a $10 prize for
Wednesday Church Service, 11 a.m. & 7 m.
p the
He was admitted to hospitallast the which located near
..... T:30 p.m. i city was .
Q1C1r Practice y second best beard by Drew Grantham .
and Fourth
Prayer Service ...... 8:00 p.m. Second Youth Fellowship 6:Sundays Mr. and Mrs?Marshall McMullenand P Tuesday. I the railroad depot. I Above: Mrs. Georgia Wethering- Following the beard contest:
I p.m. children of Valdosta: spent Sunday Mr. Avriett was 'merchant and I ton and Mrs. Jeptha Sandlin were
CHURCHTrutett Every Sunday' nliht.SR'CHT ., He became a vegetable farmer mplete 'the Ralph Stanley Brothers Band
DIVONIA BAPTIST pastor "" with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Den: farmer and had tperated a general I' and branched into citrus Grove i I two ladles/ who found c costumes played for ,dancing on the tennis
M. Comer. 1 POND (JASPER) and Albert and Matle Deas. Also store near Jennings for many years to get Into the act along with courts.
Sundayschoo owned him and his family now
........ his widow of Jennings by If there had
10:00 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH this week'" with Mr. and Survivors are the bearded men.
Uoo a.m. ...... Morning Worship REV. PAUL IL MADE Mrs.spending Den and son Albeert is theeir one brother. Ruther Avriett i cover 1,200 acres In Indian River been any prize for the ladies, they EVER TIME A FOREST
..... B. T. and St. Lucie County Knight also
6:00 p.m. .....;. Worship, Sunday School ...?.?.... 10-.01 a.mlfort.ing daughter and sister Mr. and Mrs.,, i of Jennings; two sisters, Mrs. Rcs- would have won it.. Ladles were I IIi l FIRE STRIKES
1:00 pm ...... Evening Service _... 11:00: am Wiley Brown anal children of Nat sic Morgan and Mrs. Mattle New- was a rancher. Invited to participate,,only in ,the 'If ,
Wednesday night! PraJ.r Training Union, w....,,,,,,_ 6-3": Mlsslppli. 1 some,botti of Jennings. Seventy-seven years old, he died Mast few days, 'I ,
HeeUnl"- ":30 pmWEST Evening Worship _............ 7:30 Funeral services were held Sunday {!Tuesday alter an extended illness e YOU

LAKE CHURCH Q FOOD Midweek Prayer Service every Mr. and Mrs.'Emest Collins of i iQultman. i at 5.00: p. in. in the Chapel of Knight was a member of Florida Ii The Hamilton County Beauty Pageant
Sunday School .??- _WeJnsjday at 7-30 1J.m. Ga. spent Sunday with I Reid Funeral Home, Horace Royals Citrus Mutual, Indian'River Citrus and Fun Festival I. ovn but I'I I GET BURNED
Y.P.E. Sunday ...._.? 1:30:30 1J.m.1 I IVfM | NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Winston Williams.. I and Bill Moulton officiated. Rlc- I League, Indian River Cattlemen's not yet forgotten The'Hamilton' '
Prayer Meeting Thurs.M4MM?.MMM'I p.ra M.M I Ii | Rev. N. M. Rowell pastor Black and Bob Scott sang three Association and the Chamber of County Chamber of Commerce FORMER JASPER NEWS '

<:i>> _MMMM.iMMMWM WHITE oriw>VM Sun<*sy School every Sunday 'at S. Sgt .and Mrs. Byron Ragans I songs: "Be With MeLord", "There Commerce.He ,thanks everyone who helped makeIt
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10:30 a.m. and children of Minot N. D.: Mr. I I,hard' Black Bobby Black Allen had served on the Florida a success. It would not be practical REPORTER RUNS FOR
McNeal pastor Preaching 11:30 a.m.. A 7:30 p.mTraining ', Feerris and children the to attempt to list the namesof SCHOOL,SUPT. IN ARIZ.
Rev J. U Union _._.... 6:30: t m. and Mrs. Ralph Is a Place of Refuge" and"GoIng I Citrus Commission county commission
Sunday School ._rr.- 10:00 a.m. Prayer. Meeting on ,Wednesday? at of Atlanta: and Mrs. Marvin':Down The Valley" as school board trustee everyone who cooperated in this : Mrs. Barbara Adams Stewart
Morning Service r._ 11:00 a-m. .7:301J.JL. Ragans and son of Ft. Pierce Fla. Pallbearers were: Barney New- of Indian River County, Florida event, however the Chamber of who for a time was the Jasper
Traininf Union _.. 8:00 7:00 pjn.Wednesday p.m.. ___ are visiting( ;Mrs! Ruby Ragans and r some, Joe Newsome, Roy Avriett. Welfare Board and North St. Lucle Commerce Is most grateful for any i, News Reporter from White'Springs
Evenm Services ._service- 8 p.m. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lasseter. ,Eddie Avriett. Joe"+iunn. and Roy Drainage District assistance received, large or small, has been visiting her grandmother
Jraas.ar l Florida .
prayer Nathan Wooley Pastor ]I Mathis. Interment Was In Ook For seven years he was a Democratic to help make,the Fun Festival the '.Mrs. C. R. (Jane) Amann, in White

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School ___,.i-. 10:MO a.m Mrs. John Dorman of' Lakelandis Grove Cemetery. executive commltteeman i success which we feel it was. 'Springs, and from here will go to
Pastor Rev.llarry (Each' Sunday) visiting relatives in Hamilton torcounty.. i I Marsha Briswell. who won the visit her father and stepmother,
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.) Preaching Service Each Sunday' [this week. !, CLARENCE. FORD He is survived by three daughters coveted title of "Miss Hamilton I Mr. and Mrs Linwood Lewis Adams -
(A class for every age 11:00 a. m. and iaop.m. eeee Ford resident of Pete County' will represent Hamilton of Pittsburgh, Penn, before
Service ___ a.ra. I Clarence A. ,.73, Mrs. Mary K. Jerger, St.
Worship wife
Youth Fellowship ..._'"1160 p.m., Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday Norman Frank. Puccini and Hamilton County', died Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Daphne K. Strickland and Mrs 'County in the Florida Crown Beauty returning to her home In Nogales,
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE at 7:30 p.m. Diane are visiting his parents Mr. i at his home pear Jennings. Frances K. Groth both of Vero Pageant at Jacksonville Beachon Arizona.
White Springs( every Sunday at FRIENDSHIP. BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. Audrey Buccini and grand from a heart attack. Beach; three 'sons, Reed Lloyd, Saturday August: 29. The Identification I Mrs..Stewart is a member of the
11:00: a.i.i. -: J. WI| TJttsworth./ Pastor 'mother Mrs. Clifford McGauley Survivor are his widow Mrs. and Victor all of Vero Beachthree; numbers and the "Mis faculty of the Nogales Arizona

Swift Creek, each Third Sundayat Sunday School .-......-. 10:00 son Dcwda and Rev 'and Mrs. J. W. Florence Deal Ford of Jennings; sisters, Mr,. Nancy Ann WetherJngton Hamilton County" sash were made .Public Schools and is a candidate
8:00 p.m.- Morning Worship '.,.:11:00 tun. Titsworth and family aD of Jen- I two sons, Allen'Font of Orlando [I Jasper Mrs. Mary Law, and donated by Myrtle's Flower :for'school superintendent of Santa
FIRST METHODIST CHURCHSTATENVILLE. fralniBg Union -___,., CdO' p.m nings. Mrs. Buccini( Is with U. S. Kenneth Ford of Okeecnobee. a 'of Fort Pierce: Mrs. Eva Goff, Me Shop. /I Cruz County. She Is a Democrat.She .
GEORGIA EveningWorship ...... 7:30 p.m Navy stationed in Key West at the daughter Mrs; Llllisn Holcombe of Alpine ;and 11 grandchildren.Burial i Mark Wheeler from the'Community graduated from Holy Name
Allen Brooker Pastor 70-Prayer,meeting. present. His wife, will remain (in Gardener. Kansas and three sisters was in Crestlawn_ Cemetery Development Department of the Academy in San Antonio, Texas,
Sunday School ?_ 10:00 ajn. GREEN RIDGE CHURCH [Jennings with relatives until Mr,] Mrs. Lula Pittman of Hawthorne Vero Beach.Notice Florida Power Corp acted M'Mastrr '1 attended the U. of Fla. and received .
Worship Service 2nd and 401Sund.1 Bucclni'a transfer to, Little Creek of Arcadia Mrs '' of Ceremonies. Judges, were her Associate of Allied Arts in
OF COD Ethel Baker
....._..._.r_ 11:00 a.m. in Nortork Va. Sept.1 Mrs. Smith of Quincy Florida .
Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at Rev. Earl Deas Naval Banes ,Cora( Lundy ot Ft.'Myen and two Employers Miss TIllie Charlotte 1952 She holds a Bachelor of Science
1AO p.m. Sunday School -.,.??.?. 10:00 a.m 29. I brothers, Horace Ford of Hawthorn Mr. James Tice \ in Social Sciences from Soil
Payer Meeting Each Thursday at Morninir Worship ...?.? 11:00 sun 'and Roy Ford of Arcadia. j Under 18All North Carolina, and Robertpuucet Ross State College in Alpine Texas.
8:00 :>.m.UYF Wednesday Nteht 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs- Gordon Aldermanand services. were held ThuVtday Of Minors\ of Columbus, Georgia. Miss Smith,I She has taught in public schools for
Social Hour Each Thursday grandsons are spending sometime i Funeral and Mr. Tlce, both qualified judges I six years In Texas and Arizona.
CHURCH OF y. P. E. Friday Night 7.JO in Tampa guest of Mr and : at four p.m. in The the Rev New Hope OllleFarnurre. employer of minors under .1 had been invited and accepted the She resides with her husband
3UWANNEB Church.
Mrs Edward Alderman. i Baptist years of ages invitation to Judge the contest. Mr. Arthur Stewart In Nogales where
THE NAZARENE JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD . pastor of the West Lake tourists!
Facfl. Florida CHURCH Scotty I,Church of God and Rev. Earl Deas Please check: your copy of your and Mrs. Robert Doucetf County, ha operates a well drilling andxnnp
Sunday School i James Selph and children which through Hamilton J sales and service business.
Bert E. Wheeler, each Sunday at Dale of Jacksonville ,officiated. Interment was in New rm i1oyee's WORK PERMIT passing afternoon by
Sunday School ....,;.. 10.-00 AM 10:00: a. m. Stephanie and Rogere night with I i Hope Cemetery. Harry T Reid, you have on file to see U it .is still were stopped Friday Wheeler and
Preaching Service .....:11:00 A.M.WedneadPrayer Services, Each Sunday moraine 'spent Monday Mr. Funeral Home was in charge. in force. Trooper Russell Mr. Chairman I
.. P.M and evening their parents and grandparents I .: R. II. Flak Beauty Pageant \
Meeetln 7 A and Mrs. Bert ZJoperen They a- For minors between the ages of and fined for attempting to
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTATENViI.LE long with Lawrence;! are leaving HELPSTOP 13 and 18 the work permit is on pass through Hamilton County without j

OORlN'l1l MISSIONARY ,, D. W. Kaanoa. GEORGIA Pastor Tuesday to make their home In ; PINK paper The day a minor becomes stopping to attend the Hamilton
B&I"'J'IST' cuuucu (Service Each Sunday) Montgomery Ala. where Lawrence 16, the PINK permit la no County Fun Festival. They were!
Rev P. !L Allen. Pastor Sunday School -_ 10: ))0 sji has been transferred with Ford MALICIOUS longer (fn force. From the day a brought before County Judge John I
10:00 *.-Sunday School Morning Worship ___ 11:00 am Motor Company He is in the Tractor I minor becomes IS until he reacheshis McCormJck who sentertceed them
(except fifth Sunday) Trsiainr Union .__._ #ISO p.v division as'a service representative WOODS j 18th birthday he will need to to spend the night in Jasper and WEAR
11:00-Morning Service Prayer Service Wednesday at 4 the Beauty
BURNING! have on file with his employer a serve as a judge ot
6t 00 jjn-Training Union 7:30 pan.at7:00.p.m... YELLOW work permit. When a Contesi ),tr. Blschoff of jhe Fieri-

TOO p.m.-EYemnc ServicePrayer -- CEMETERY WORKING person becomes 18, he no longer dan Motel, going aVong'-wlth the
meeting Wed. at 7:00: pjn. V/1LITZ..SPRINCS There will be a cemetery working needs a work permit.If I scheme set aside 'a room for a

SBYTEXVAN CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS at Bumham Christian Church Thus you are in doubt about your "tourist Judge" in advance and
WHITE SPRINGS 3. Sckool .acS"nlday.. 199 ass day morning August 20. AU Inter employee's work permit, see Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Doucef were guests
Rev Wffiiam Vaa Zant m PrMcalor ...me.w sal: ested personr/go.and take,. necessary : Stephens In the County Superintend there Friday night; "The'Doucets DARK

Evening Service _740 p. m.P Its 8n4ay at 11 .... A ,:10... tools for which to da the work. ent's 0 Iee. r' _m,., said nothing exactly! Msthat had


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