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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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE I Oc PER COPY- $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY, JASP 'fLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1964 VOLUME 94, 2ffJASEERJMKELCWSES



Free Fish Fry Chamber Of Commerce MinutesThe


t The annual membership meet. regular meeting of the [Board' ot Director of the Hamilton

: [Ing. free fish fry and election of County Chamber of Commerce' was held Monday evening,' Aagmt IS
; .:. t. ., I Directors :n> serve on the Board" le, tbe Chamber Oomnwree sTlee. <(.I.IIpM'.VfluV tie'tollowtnjc 4

I(the Hamilton County (Chamber of presents ThomiM Bridges, Robert Ehlert.: Billy Jones. Billy( Bride
(Commerce will be heWn the V. John McOontilck. M. L. Powell Leonard Conway Charie Jones,
I iF. W. Home, Jasper, Florida., on R 1C ft*. 'ami Dr. "'In. Ktser..

\ftlll..61.11\ AVERAGE .. Thursday evening August 27th 1964at .Copies of the minute of the previous meeting'' ami financial report

6.30pm.: were srtv,. \a those present and were approved M presented.'

Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland: .Dr.. Kyser. Chairman of Ttoe Hamilton County Fun Festival gave a

will be guest speaker. Chamber ofCommerce report en ,the.Fun. Fctrfival and expressed appreciation to MUM who
.
... .- ., .,r... "r ."7 has almost' ceased info Tobacco'market ...4-. !; .w.- :_ .% ... .._.. awards will be pre helped' him hake the runFe ;t A"lOcaCCO'; flowing. Jasper : .N sented to 12 youth from Hamilton ..la the absence ol the Sign Commute' the President advised that

:. and this Friday will I be 'the last day of sale, according to Market Supervisor Subscribe To The County for their outstanding. achIevements property had |NR evre4! en unlch to. place the Chamber of Commerce

Wagi'taff.. Thursday's sale was added to the,totals listed below : prfAazine **v '. in FFA, FUA. and 4-11 signs along Interstate Highway 73.BUIy 1
work. .. Jones CtfelrntM: of the Nominating Committee, stated
: that bin
and Mr /
Wagstaff
; saysthat not enough tobacco will be sold
on There will be plenty of good food report Is .UU' Incomplete, but .promoted the following nominees t Joel
Friday to appreciably change the total* Anyone wfsfetag>. to subscribe to and fine entertainment, so all Chamber Selph, Clinton Mitchell, R. Watson and 'P. A. Drury.

His final ,figures show that 2208352.35 was paid this season' the PTA MAGAZINE G5U please contact of Commerce members are ..The President advised it would be necessary to notify the Orange

for, 3,613,288 pounds of tobacco at Jasper for an average of $61.12. Chairman Mss for the Polk Publications urged to come and bring their family Blonnom Trail Association if we wished to renew our mmbershlp add
Jasper P. T. A.. continue' die Hamilton '
and friends. advertisement In their
County brochure. After
This is a definite improvement in average over last year when the season at the Chamber of Commerce off -- thoroughly dlscuswlng" the matter, a motion HM made, seconded and

average was somewhere,around $57, but the volume of tobacco ice. The price* is 1.50 per year Dr. Prather Takes carried that the Chamber renew their, mmnbeniMp, of $200.04 per year,

Was down, about a fourth from last year, due to poor weather and a ((10 Issues)) and. continue' the axKertkement III I the Orange Blossom! Trail Brodmre.
The first Jlsper P. T. A. meetIng Plans are about completed for the free
fish
New fry to be served
the federal Over JobSeptember pre
whopping big cut by
acreage government A
will not be held until the monthof ceding the Chamber meeting election of
.., Closing dates have been announced for six market in the Fldrida October so'lf you do not want to 1 directors to be held Thursday, August 27th starting at 6:30: p. m. in the

Georgia Belt. High Springs closed sales Thursday;; Jasper wilt close: \miss any. of the current year's V. F. W. Home.Jasper R. II. Flsk stated that Senator Scott Kelly had

\ Friday, as will Pelham Ga; Waycross and Live Oak will operate the issues Chairmen of the magazine ycur": order, please now give Dr. E, Charlton Prather epidemiologist accepted the Invitation to be the guest speaker for this occasion.
,
i t.KJ.through. Monday and Sylvester has August as the final market day. This magazine,-will be of particular for the Florida State Boardof

111 interest to parents with children Health was born March 13, 1930

. ; :. 1j; and Jour Sc oof. 'f I Sufficient Number time startina; however school,' thereis for a the..wealthof first t 1' in lie Jasper attended, Florida.Jasper High.4 School l;

Needed
1 Adult
I for good material in the magazine' received his B. S. In bacteriologyfrom

I,. r ; by M L 'Powell 11 ClassesAll T for every: parent I' the University of Florida in
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1952 and his masters in, (bacteriology
L' MEET YOUR FACULTY coach Billy Brewer Guidance
; .. rx from the University in 1954;
i Hamilton
County adults
i The following is a llstcfae, Jasper end Counselor Director. social stud (persons ..nti his M, D In 1959 from Bowman-

Elementary-and'I ,ho01faculty f lies', Basketball and baseball coach, over persons 20 )years who of are age interestedin or married a. Gray Medical School Wake Fprest

member t oS-; x(65' I Jimmy Cue Science, assistant foot compleeting work toward a high University, Winston-Salem, North
Carolina his Master of Public Hea-
I school term. TeacheEfia..the*un{ball end basketball coach and track I school diploma. or who are,inter- Carolina;; his Master of Public
graded pfimfcry program' are:'Mrs 'coach. Harold Bethea Coordinator I eesteed in reviewing one or two sub Health in epidemiology from the

BillIe Payne, ,Mr. Dorothw-11111, 'Diversified' TraWng Program and Jeects. please meet o{f the time and University' North'Carolina, Chapel .
Miss Pe Patricia Asst. Coach, Leonard place indicated below.
f IcCaUtMlss Conway: Librarian. : Hill, in 1963,
Shiver Mnjt Itozelt Hunter.'and ..Mrs..Lucife Leslie; math, Jau nIP High School' 'Tuesday !
Mrs. Aims. BBtfebaw*.l Fourth Mrs-(Faofihe-Klrkman; science and September 1..700; 9:00) p. m,' D t' Prather is a disease detectiveIt
t' : '7, ode, Mrs: Eth- Math.Wendell Grace;f, Band and Jasper High School Monday Airgi Is*his1 job' to discover. the caused
p' I el: Chandler. -:and{'Glee dub Harvey. Oehlert;j English'MrL 31,., 1::00.- 9:00: p.' m. / / jT << an epidemic, or.threatened epidemic I.I I.
MriGwendolyn Elinch&Perry: Whit Springs High School.I. Aug. I and end It .
[ ; ( ;r Speeclal Education ; as quickly as pos
Ibfent fifth grad Junior and Senior High 31. 1':00: 9:00: p. Bible. :
m* Alice": Bent Randall Redding; Secretaries.. J..R, E. Lee High Schoniui; :M.BtiO ,
+' ..ter,. Josie Hewitt elementary and Mrs : .- 1000pm.u; .. .1''.' y, ,4; t-)Its interest I\ public health start MaS,' EOlnLo' : I'" l' -. .. ,
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soul. :wTHploma ttie 1111ft. *s4 wheJie rN4- .* Microbe-Man
*JiIfn.' .NothtJReld. __ c ywHo' "ww.hot attend*! ten" as, a';high school sotjhojaera+ mJJIII.L

SpecWtducation EDTTOK VISITS AteDEFENSE' Adult classes! before should see Mrs He was so Intrigued that he tough .KAY'PA ,
I ;: irielementary "' Grace Stephens in the County Superintendent's .'microscop, which J e tstiU uses EXPERIMENT AT: VALDOSTA' STAtt: E ;
CENTERS
Office and: hairs One of his Jobs 'was a tour from
the )I theft '
1 grades, Mrs. Maof .In company,with eighteen other work program approved.. Call'79V! Jane 1954 to September 1955 at .. Until this summer, VaJdosta State College Education,coirre'3k _
garet- Scat!; 'Public1 .School Moaid. Florida*newspapermen' ,:.Editor Robert 4311 between 8:30'a.: m.. and 4:30or : FISH lUUM-feD WITH1 .;?.." Bluffton, South Carolina, as tMrector :: Problems In the Teaching of Reading;'was strictly:'"out of bd.a." ut'1/
938-2561 for an appointment.There of 'a large bacteriology, epedemiologfcal this summer thanks to the Initiative'and'creativity''' of Dr. Manelle '
Private Piano' and Organ lessons,* ,.Ehleri this. week visited the The Ash In'the picture above was
is a possibility of a classin and therapeutic study Vlnccne Jeter and Donald Orlock; two VSC professors, the 'course
Mrs. M. I* Powell.,Seventh graded) NORAD, air defense center at Col- caught by Jimmy Westberry In the '
diarrhea! diseases
Mrs Pauline and orado and the Conversational Spanish If a sufficient of among mon- Is taking on a more "practical" aspect. < I
Mrs. River
Kennedy Bertha Springs MOADS air Alapaha not far from the .
number desire it. If you are keys. Many of the 10,000 monkeys Since July' 30, experienced public school teachers from the South
Register; eighth grade Miss defense center at Montgomery, Al bridge: near Jennings, on August 8. I
died before '
,Virginia Milton and Mrs Ruth Taylor -, I abama.: The tour was arranged Interested please] leave your" name It weighed\ two pounds thirteen at laboratory they Georgia and North Florida area have had the opportunity of wcrkfng-
could be used in polio experiments) with 30 student w.lunteoera'from
in dltce.L.o to high school level.
with the elementary
someone county
; Girls Coach and Physical Ed.,, I and guided by the.Air Force to give ounces and was 20 inches long. It and It Dr. Prather's job to
__ was
-- Using speed reading machine which can be adjusted/ to the individual I
and Glee Club. Mrs. Nell Rhoden; ,Florida newsmen a better understanding had a perfect figure "8" branded
search ,out the cause for the Nat- filmstrips, reecords, library books, and the VSC
seven rooms on .
TO PAY TRIBUTE campus
teacher Mrs. Dorothy Fennell; Bus of how the country as a Into Its side! and we are told the
ional for Infantile Paralysis I
Foundation the teachers work In tarns of two to Wp volunteers with their read-
mess Education, Joe Mitchell: :whole and Florida in particular is Jasper Chapter No.' 193: O. E. S. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission under research to
a grant Ingprobl'ms! or assist them In Improving' their present reading skills.
Home Economics, Mrs Ruth E. 'defended against the possibility of will pay tribute: to Robert Morris say they know nothing the Florida State Doard of Health.
With this Team-teaching method,,the volunteer has the benefit of theplanning
Finley; Vocational Agriculture, J. enemy attack from either! mrth or August 25} 1964; 8 !about This. l brand From 1952 to 1954 he did graduate of two teachers. .
.L. Dunaway; Physical Educational south. More details, complete with John,M. Caldwell Lodge. Members I The picture was made by W R. work with 'the board's' Bureau of
Grouped according to each volunteer receives Individual attention-
:Director, Drivers Ed and Football pictures will appear in later issues. and visitors are cordially invited. 'Tuten Jr. and his work Bluff age,
Laboratories at
;: Tape recorders are used to help Improve oral I"e'adlnga"'Uly." An ideal
ton was as a research, bar t eric- goal for the volunteer Is 500-800 words minute.
'' per
,
Crews Sees Grave Threat loglst with the bureaux J ."But the Important concept" emphasized Dr. Jeter "Is that the
Rep :
; From April 1959 to August 1961 volunteer is not only taught TO read, but HOW to read.'' I
"Furthermore is have Interest In readIng .
I the child encouraged to an
he was special epidemiologist with
not just Increase his ,bUll)'. Thus the teachers emphasize. use of
the board as director of a' special
From Apportionment. DecisionChief research project on unclassified the library and library books," explained Dr. Jeter

mycobacterial Infections He did ,On a typical day, one group of elementary 'children might be watchIng .
a Cinderella movie. This will break the Ice at the beginning of class.
his Internship at Jackson Meemor-
Justice Earl' Warren, The impact of these 'decisions is divided equally between the ion, Columbia Hamilton, Su- Hospital, Miami, from Sept. 1961 Then, guided, by an, experienced teacher, they wfll learn to separate k
formerly the Republican Governor I on Florida is In Ompre- tabard of County Commission wannee, Taylor and Madison.or to August 1962. In Sept. 1963, he began compound;words from simple words. New words encountered during
of California,* 'appointed' hensible.", The statutory civil ers and the School Board.:: some similar grouping. residency lAthe board the silent reading period are. Introduced In this fashion; Thus the
a year's
to die Supreme Court by President and criminal law of this state Taxes 'aaes ed'In Baker Again, by looking' at the pop Regidral"nceplhalltl child's word. recognition skill .ts ,enlarged. Colorful bulletin. boards
DwigWl D. Eisenhower, will be determined by the prevailing County (ir 1963 total approximately ulation map of Florida, you Tampa Bay l supplement class work.
:in *n opinion handed down ont thinking of officers' .1254,000.00 This InclU.i can! see that five counties wiU Laboratory and then cameto theboard's Beginning'on the Junior ,high level, the student volunteers are also
June 15, '1964, concurred in by from urban areas.: It may not ed'' some 39000.00 Railroad control both Houses of the Leg headquarters in Jackson taught "how to study". and specifically" "how to study science: ,"

five associate Justices, dealt a necessarily be bad, but 'on tfab' Taxes, and 30000.00 personal islature. ,.me. "how to study for social studies," etc. ,On this level, plays and other:
crippling, if not a death blow, whole many of the candidates property taxes. It also includes _How long will city Legislators While at Bowman-Gray he was dramatizations are techniques used to improve the volunteer's confidence .
'to rural area* of the United from major cities of Florida about $38,00000 for school permit the rural areas to receive ablHtis.
employed In research on strept-- In his reading
States, including. of coarse,. have a different heritage than maintenance and $25,000.00for our present tax moneys? occal infections in children with "Depth Is reading" is the'coal for a' group whose reading level Is
Baker County. our'rural people whose ancestors building and bus reserve-: Not long. I think
rheumatic heart disease As a senIor already high That Is, reading: for purpose rather than Just entertain
before the*' I
The cam was pioneered this wonderful The Sch'ool Board receives one- predict that bigcity' candidates
Court on appeal from the' US. state, and that dllfrente'will half of the 25400.00 assessed, pandering ,to the news he was appointed! the only hid- ment., This Includes drawing conclusions from'*reading, and attempting*'
District Court 0 rf the Middle be exemplified In legislative but for general sdhool purposes 'papers fostered prejudices. of ent member of the hospital Infection to answer: "What Is the author trying to say? .

District of Alabama. It will, be enactment. For instance,, '.we and the Board receives roughly their constituents, will soon be committee. In this capacity, Asked If they would like to return; a' group of,&yeeaij. ; old girls gav"an .'
known in legal jargo 'as Reynolds can' and must antlclpat changein I $$63,000 '(Actually, Baker promising. to' take from what his duties were to' investigate all emphatio "yes.; ,
'. vs. Sims. the distribution of 'minimum County does ,not collect. $254-! they will call, 'The Pork Chop Infections admitted to or acquired "The.thing we ilke'best about coming to the college U the atudntcfnter"
.In the 46 .page opinion Jus 'moneys. for the public sch'ools. 000.00 since many of. the taxpayers Gang" the'little we have. In the''hospital. As a result, he or- Their greatest ambition was to dance with' a college boybut ..*"
tice Warren, on page' 33, states At; the expiration of Con- take' advantage' of the' The rural legislators will not ganlzeed a hospital surveillance program so far none had asked them! -
the 'foldings. : "W W"- that utitutional prorislon' governing discount by,payingearly)., have an effective voice, not to which was edopted'andi which Using the? tape recorder was the most popular class activity "It'was
A. a basis CoMtltatt SU.4.rd the secondary ga* tax. there HOW WILL THE WARREN mention tbej power, to stop the became a part of the regular conrol'activities. exciting to hear'our voice.,* they said smiling. '
.. the equal protcUa clam will no longer be a sound farm DECISION AFFECT BAKER ''raid on our treasury.The Although tt Is not official) yet Dr. Jeter and Geerlock hope that'
(U. S. C_.lH.tio.)' require market: highway program In COUNTY FINANCIALLY decision will be extremely 'T' this summer group will be the beginning of a reading clinic on the'V tk
that the 'teat* la both Houses rural Florida. To answer this, let's first see' detriment to thto economic During his final three years, of campus. "f'Vf I

.f. Bicameral ,stat.. LcbUtnre Perhaps the greatest hurt what it would do to oar repre- Interest .of Baker County, Including medical training he was, In' effecta ---.--
must fc. ppOrti.n 4 on will be the taking from small tation in the Legislature.. The our farming', forestry, Junior staff member and In that
a population ..II.." counties ,'the present sums of total population of Florida i li nursery and cattle business positIOn acquired advance clinical t -
This ruling reiterated. in five money yearly' distributed to perhaps 6,000,000 persons. If Our political leaders In the not experience ordinarily reserved for
other cases remanded to specific them under Chapter 550, Florida we maintain 112 members In too distant 'future together hose who have been graduated. ;' 1
Federal District Court, together Statutes (Race-TraekTax the House of Representatives it with all our people, will have I Dr. Prather Is a member of the { ; EVERY STRIKES'I ,
with nine others, (including es). will take approximately 63,000 to give consideation to proposals American Public Health Association r
Florida's handed down Baker County will receive persons to mike a "Legislative which we have not dared ; Florida Public Health Association FOREST FIRE
June 22, 1964) is another of a this year approximately $22000000 ,- Ratio", which will be the basis' to'think about in times past : American Society of Mlcrobiolosists I
long line of Wes decided by the race track moneys. Of of any constitutional. apportionment For example should countiesbe ; Animal Disease Re- FORa'
Warren Court usurping! rights this sum' $$25.000 accrues to It wiir most likely, consolidated If so, which search Workers of Southern States;
of the several. states baring, I the credit of the Baker County take four to five counties. in Ones? What overlaplng of offices and the National Tuberculosis VOUGET.a
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believe a* their ultimate objective IIoffpHal Authority the purpose this area to justify one Repre- if any, could be eliminat Association. ," i
the complete centralization of retiring. bonds contemplated senUtive In the Senate, if that ed. What county service can In February 1954 he marricU!
of government in Washington, construction of a noning :body maintains I lie present and probably, must, be terminated
'Annie Lou Leigh of Jasper. They
and the retention of the sovereign home for the elderly, and membership It will take about : :
':states to the status of maintenance; $7,50000 to the 133,000 people to comprise a There will be a lot of mischief i have two children, E. C. Jr., born BURNEDt
larre*politicalsubdivisions, 'allowed Development Commission together "Senatorial Ratio". Thus ont resulting from the court's In 1955; and Frank. 1959 Mrs. Pra i ; !
_to 'rrist" only to assist. with$50.000 tpecifi- ,senatorial district at no later decision relating to apportionment then Is a registered nurse who obtained : c. I j I

the Federal Government in tfto canapproprUte*} to, the School time than 1967 could consist t4 state ktrtdatures. I her training at Florida State TURNING, CARS h
administration. of the public I Board for teadbers' salutes. of the folkminp counties Nassau John 3- Crew, Jr., University and AlSchua :General i

foulness. The balance of the 220000.00 Baker. Clay, Bradford Un Representative, Baker Co.( Hospital at GalnesvlHe.F/( Ia.f ., '


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PAGE TWO, THE JASPER, EWS. F J '
JASPER FLORIDA 1 t August' 21 1964OftlTMMli
b.- ? .. ,._ Friday, ,. ;:

\. ., .
v Charles B.,''Wynn Serving BJJJRNHAM} NEWS I For TheArtOt: : ; I"" ') 6.
Register '
In The Mediterranean I Now : '411f 'jt1 < i : .


i ir Charles a ,Wynn. .ftre &n. TJSNV,'BURMIAM By LOIS NEWSI ZIPPEREK /?:;Lake (city; Junior. Believing, '. ,1.....hI"f1'1, \ (f\j) .', of'''. 5p'e ,' .

r [ 'Jasper son of Mr., ,Florida and :Mrs 4 rtwman N.,B.: Wynn of th qf"?'I The real I dangeer Is of our\ 'technologleal '-'j 1'(; College} :;: For the which cause! t'alsoBuffer) ,;*PubIi had Every Friday ""* >, t

,destroyer+ USS Noaopeisting! with': machines age not to much that r.tio.i'.tot'!' third year of these things h nevertheless I am hot 1 ,Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
will
the Sixth Fleetthe.Medlterran-., begin to think:, likemen operation (is now'going on at Lake I ashamed; for I know whom I have in Advance
but Subscriptions Strictly
that men will
begin to 1 beelieved. and that
City Junior College and Forest Ranger am persuaded
NELLIE KELLY SMITH' ean.Noa think like, machines. School,, Classes begin Monday, he Is able to keep that which I have 13.00 in Hamilton County'' 4.00 Outside of County.
is participating m' various
Funeral services for Mrs7 Nellie Sydney J, Harris August 24, at to Transifer committed unto him 'against that Cards of Thank $1.00 Minimum
According
fleet trnln'ng operations designedto .. .. 9. I s. . . ..
Kelly Smith 39, were held Monday ,I Dean Kenneth Clawson. four" day. n Timothy 1:12.:
August 17th In the Chapel of Harry Increase her combat realness.In The Christian Women Fellowship hundred students are expected. In this last article may we see Telephone, SYcamore 2-6331 ,

T. Reid Funeral Home In Jasper. addltioa'Ihb'tntkes: ,, good-will of Burnham Christian Church met Although mlasing any college I I that the art of believing takes Into Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher

Mrs. Smith a former' resident of calls on European ports such as with Mrs. Wallace Selph Friday. registrations will be accepted In consideration the other arts, living, .. -'
o/Ywhic'ti .
Jennings died suddenly Saturday .the. .recent r earned her August 14, at 3:00: p. m. with Mrs. ,:work Is nearly always disastrous. praying and seeing. We must believe .
crewmembers of the
thanks
afternoon in Adel, qa. Survivors : ihe Selph pre. d1n4t. An Interesting pro some classes until Sept. 4I : in all of them. if we continueto '3
City of ractite. Sicily, when .the gram on "Six Million Americans" yel
include her mother, Mrs. J. J. Kelly .1 I Students who have not seen the, serve God. I Ie
Jennings Her husband E. Cjdaughters crew spent/twodays? repairing the was led by Mrs. Isaac Shiver. At be be-
campus recently have several surse There must a pause we {
"'rt\ th bitt'ylulfd8e; F1i. 'TwD'',teSA ml td.! ;. th .ccilckalon.Ithsprognlgla .-
erly plind. (4t11wt N,1a *..:-, .r4feV |Ill u! .take a stand pa soul, .hs; twat4't (
: Debra and Sandra both ,rt ., Ralph Cunningham took charge of.1. The three buildings Included! in thing. How did It become so imnnrtant -

of Sparks. Ga.; Three sisters; Mrs.. I the worship service.
Allen Deas. Gainesville, Fla, Mrs. Wetherington Erixton Delicious refreshments were served ,campus are well'along.! The dormitory haps our parents taught us this was

Jack Prine, Orange Lake,'Fla. and by. the hostess.. will be occupied now and th wren? or we decided as a child to l'I
e e e
Dorothy Kelly, Jennings Two bra I I library oon. The science' building right some wrong we had ,seen.
then ? James Kelly Lake City, Mr.and Mrs. Shiver had severalof It is
: {'will probably bfe'tKed; the second When, we1" fight for a,cause ,
and pied Kelly U. S. Air Force in their children visit them over the seemesten ,necessary remember we may Jr." t) I

Hbnohila. '*.y fRev. weekend The Shiver family always teachers std administrators lose Bves. Be i
\ 2. Twelve new suffer or even our iI
and Mrs. I. T. Carter, Ray v have a lovely time together when will greet the stub. mire you understand the cause before ''ft'at el'y I
Hubeert they have the occasion to be to- Richard : ,
and Burnett acCompanied K ,ents. Although four Replace you start defending it. ,

at the MOno by Miss Kitty Beck it! gether.Eddie. King John Lowery C. C. Mooney !1 Once you have found a causer, I

sang two songs. 'i'1l Marjorie who moved to the State Department then always stand up for It As a,

Active pallbearers were: Marvin and Noriega and of Education and Dr. Silvia LiI child you probably, played bum. ,

Selph, Wallace Se'lph. Cleveland chlMrc-: of Atlanta spent Friday nares who was placed on a .re- bum bum here we ,,come. You.

Selph. Joel Selph Horton Deas and night with their parents Mr. and I search project by the'V. S. Government recall you had to stand against the

Pete Cunningham Mrs Jre Sullivan. Then along, with most are filling new positions others. When you stand for a cause

Horace Royals assisted by Rev Mrs. Sullivan and granddaughter, 3. Three new instructors contri- remember to listen to the, others as

.J. W. Tltsworth officiated Gall Sullivan spent Saturday in bute more to the "new look"! lorI they present their statments. This

Interment was in New Hope I Jacksonville. . I I I they represent new programs !in the j doesn't mean you will give In, but

Oemetary in Hamilton County. terminal division. Robert Carrie rather you should be strengthened

Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Morgan and heads the the Civil engineering technology I because cf It. You will be shown ,

In charge. children of Miami spent the weekend program, and Mrs June the: weak points in your cause. You 4r

--- I with Mrs. Annie Morgan. Harmon and Mrs. 'C.: E. Swangcrwill can then overcome the weakness by I 1Ni

JACK J. ZIPPERER 1i;. w1Mt. '; ; work with the nurses. I coming closer to God. j r AI
< MrsPhilp
:a"If 1'1' Mr. and Malone, and
Funeral not mentioned will notice Paulwas
services for Jack J. Zlpp Other new personnel Finally you :
...;. children of Pensacola spent sometime I
erer, 77, were held Sunday after. above are Robert Brengle, telling Timothy that Christ was
,and Mrs. P. O. Wetherington I( last week with their parents BH1 Ceely, Jim he had
noon August 16, in Burnam ChristIan 'Mrs. Annette Lee ab'e to keep all that

Church in Hamilton'' County |lof Jennings, Fla., proudly|armounce ''and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson,Reid Folsom Walter Hathaway I it':runto( him. In deciding comm.1

:Mr. Zlpperer a.life 'long resident of the approaching marriage of their J'Bryant., bras I and Loqulta Wood. bel1e'OU should .alw83iap.a4k I

Hamilton County died August 13th daughter Linda Sue to Bobby Erlx-, t11 .. *. I The new college year got off witha Christ if this is what fIe wpu1dJ hayt) '

In Hamilton County Hospital ton son of Mr. E.J$* and Mrs. Margaret .I' *Mr. and. Mrs. Hallam Culbreth. bang when most of the newspapers you to do. If Christ wantsyou to? I

Survivors include four sons: Roy Erl ton of White Springs.. <14 r" .Tark: ovllle eand Bill Burnham In the crown area carried an believe something else he will

.and Edward ZIpperer of Winter The wedding will be an event of cf: Washington with Mrs. Ga.J. S.spent Bumham the weekend and ,' educational supplement bout the guide you in this area too, I ,

Haven. J. J. Zlppeerer, Jr. Jacksonvillei September 6, 3 p.m. In the Church J j family Also visiting Mrs. Burnham', college. This was principally the Always remember though that 1
and J. T. Zlpperer of Jam ,of the Nazarene of White Springs. work of John Lowery who has re- the other person has the right to

!nes. Four daughters Mrs. Miss was her brother and. family. f turned to the,University of Georgiato differ with you. It Ii perfectly in i
: H C.Koon. Wetherington Is a 1963 grad- e j CYPRESS GARDENS FLA.-The1' frame is not the same when
Mayo.. Fla., Mrs Vera Carter I rate Jennings High School. Mr, work on an advanced degree. I I order to pray asking Christ t io
Mrs. Homer Sullivan of Jack Gail Gore gets into the picture! Gail is an aquamaiJ and model
Jacksonville, Mrs J. G. WI1WUm Erixton Is I graduate .White Spr Weednesday's registration Is given show' him the right way if Christ
holds
Florida Gardens where she beauty
sonville spent some time over the at Cypress numerous
.. Winter Haven and Mrs. J, R. ings High School. I over to returning Lake City has led you toknow yours: Is the
weekend with Homer's pareents registrationIs queen titles. No wonder they call it the "Land of Beauty Queens"e
Sapp Thursday's
of Greenville. Three sisters, Mr. Erixton Is presently engaged students;. right way.
]Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan.
Mrs. Pearl dwardsStark.: Mrs. I principally for new students .residing Truett M, Comer. DlvoniaI
in
I Henry Willis Manatee Mrs. Herman ,All farming.friends and relatives of the I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunninghamhad \ In Lake City; and Friday's ".

Franklin Perry Four brothers couple 'are cordially Invited to atI 1 I dinner Sunday with Lon and registration Is for all new' students II' I Sylvester Holland Serving i.

: Bert: and Gus Zipperer, ofi tend.. A reception will follow Bonnie Shadrick and children In not residing In Lake City.under' the With Army [In Korea Public Announcements 1
i Jennings, Herbert Zipperer of The evening division

port St. Joe and Lawton .Zlpperer r \Plnetta. direction of Keith Wilson is regls- Army PFC Sylvester D. Holland
tot Virginia.I ., lJr JROYALS''BRYANSif I'feting during the evenings for its son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Holland NOTICE2 OP ELECTIOV! ;h claim or demand not so Bled
be void.
u Bill and Vernlgene Jones haveI I Be It known that 1. TOM:
':Rev. and Mrs, I. T., Carter, Ray "' ', and Mrs Alex RoYals an. I arrived from Monterey Calif. ,to Augus 24 opening : > I I Route 1, Jennings, Fla., was Secretary of Stets ef.' the notice a Executor Mildred of McMillan.the Lst Will A. '

and Hubert Burnett sang: two song:. nounce; the rnarriage.of their dughtcr. t 'spend' some time with their parentsj r.\tr.t' i to th Eighth U. S. Army a IO OENERALEIETl PN and Testament of PINAH 1
"Precious Memories" and '"No" L, : 1X5CALS Signal Long Lines Battalion in. .Ko held l. Hamilton County (BEST, deceased.
5 4j,' Mrle .to Felton Euj j I Marie and Harton Burnham ,and 'Xvrlett
Tears in Heaven j "Mti'' ndMtks'SmR.StndertJrPeggy ;/ ref; July 24. Tu..day next '.uec.*dioK the
/ geM Bryant; son of Mr. and Mrs also with Bill's parents in Jack Mender In November. A. D .; Florida
[ .
/ Active pallbearers were; Curtis and Susan'ot;" Jacksonvillewere Holland, a field carrier repair tae said Tuesday b.ln;r the .. It II SI. Sept, 4"IN :
Koon. Lamar Zlpperer Albert Charles Fi Bryans of Jacksonville. i sonville.- guests Sunday of Mrs."Sand /man in the battalion's Company B, ef November. to fllli; the '
Carter The ceremony took place August i officeei CIRCUIT COURT,
.' Kelly Koon. David Williams ers aunt Mrs. Gus Hall. Eight )yet r entered the Army In October 1963 United Stales Senator.representative THIRD JUDICIAL CIR
and Charles Creel. 8. in'I Kingsland. Ga. REVIVAL, MEETING old Christ! returned home', with and completed basic combat training In Co.rr*.. CUIT, IN AND FOR HAMILTON

1 )) J>"i WfMrn of Fitzgerald Ga. her parents ''alter'spending two at Fort Jackson S. C. Ninth Congressional COUNTY, FLOR
Honorary Pallbearers were: lIar- Three (1) Justice of the IDA. IN CHANCERY
fan Burnam David 1 will be the guest speaker, at Bur weeks here with Mrs. Hall and parttime The 19-year-old soldier is a 1963 Court. Cloupi 1. I, and I '(" WALKER
Keeling, Remer day afteroon. Mr. Deas was for On. (1) Judg-e of the District Plaintiff
I ram Christian Church Sunday niteAuwst J with Elizabeth Braswell. 'graduate of Jennings High School .
Smith,* Roscoe Bennett, Wallace many years connected with the Che of Appeal for the First -
J 23 Ute Dlitrlct. 8AlIIrEL WALKER.
Selph and Dorian Howell. vrotet Co. In Jasper.. DOES YOUR BUSINESS LBTTBRHBAD MAKE Governor > Defendant
Rev. ,W. ,J. Thursby a former Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Blanche On Monday night night August Secretary of State I TIE'NAME ,AND BT THE
24 Brother Edward Reese will begin Comptroller OF THE STATE OF
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,pastor of ftUm ham Church offici Deal, Jasper, one, daughter; VJL ) CommliKloner of Agriculture :
LJ3.
ated. Interment was In Burnam Mrs. John Melts; Live Oak and a revival meeting which will I i Treasurer John Samuel Walker whoa
(continue for one week through Aug. Attorney-General aad address unknown.
'
Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral one grandson Two, sisters. Mrs. 3 JO. XT ,'r Superintendent of Publlo sworn complaint having been
Home was in chare.ELMA Carl Smith, Jennings, and Mrs. p Florida Public UtllUkrs In this Court against you the
Everyone Is invited to attend. erStat. therein sought being divorce.
-- Edgar( Mathls. Jacksonville .. ... Attorney of the Third are required to Answer said
DEAS Funeral services will be Fridayat -- ial Circuit on or befor. September

Elma!: Deas, 61, well known resident 4 ''pm.. In! the First Baptist .H'ogpilal J V ,1 1/ Public cult Defender Third Judicial 1554, Florida furnishing. Plaintiffs to C A.Attorney Avriett,
,
of Jasper was killed In an automobile Church In Jasner The Rev. Sayre ety State Senator Seventeenth. thereof else decree pro con-
la I District ,". .
.
will b enterd
< "I. against
accident In Wauchula Sun Jsnova will officiate. PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW! One (1) Member otxthe' :SS my hand and the you office
Leslie Fox Representatives t':* : seal of this Court at Jasper Floe
: County Judge this Hth day of August, A, D.
.Lanler flyers 'f : Clerk! of the Circuit Court ..

I 'CLASSIFUr'ADS r,Cliff ft''us4; oden ;' ': :t. Tux Sheriff As.esnor .* ,' ) Clerk .Circuit J.Court Jt. MILLER.of Ham

McCall Ton Collector ilton County Florida, by
Joe County Superintendent of Alice Jones,
I Mitchell Deputy Clerk.
LOSE WEIGHT 1 Instructing 14 11 U. Sept. 4 .
O. a Ratlin "
Supervisor of Registration
FREE HEARING HELP. 'i .Use, weight s&tely.wlth Dex-A Mrs Blanche Deal ,. '-Zl.t"" \ Three (S) Member ef the IN' "CIRCUIT COURT
.
Diet Tablets. Only 98c,at your drugstore Mack Henderson j 1 County 1. 1. and Commissioners S CUIT THIRD IN JUDICIAL AND FOR HAM.CIR

: ... S11C 4 Colored[ Patients Public Instruction, ILTON COUNTY PLOR.I .
:
Two (S) Member. 'of the I IDA IN .
CHANCERY.
Tu'O : Tresla Sanders and M. BRIGHT
B.oun! FREE I HOUSE FOR SALE Jeanette Arline t. SIn Testimony 1 Plaintiff
hays hereunto set .
I Seven room house.on 6,acres of my -
us Freddie Wright 'Nos\ o, \ t. mid the DrtwtiSeal of WALKER BRIGHT.
about three miles East of Jas- State of Flnrlda. at
.
WRITE ,held Arthur .Young *' Defendant
I .
*r t ,. basses, the, Capital .. THE NAME AND
792-5562
Teeleephcne tic
Robert A. Hallenbcck James DavisPATIENTS ; thlrty-flrm d"y' of P TilE TTATHEOS'
A D lt4 ::&]; ;
I
P. O. Box 27. Tallabae DISCHARGED .. 1 SEAL

Batteries sad Repairs For AU FARMERS I SINCE. LAST WEEK '.ET US HELP YOU WITH... TOM: ADAMSF STATEHAMILTON : "e.. Jmmrn e* *>4 Walker address Bright Is ...,..w.......*.

Bearing Aida A31o Mrs. Adina Simpson Au,. T, 14. 11. I, ....w... _.I.I.t'' .*..!..; bee
MONEY for your' farm operations Gracie Turner (col) an".u" I.there this Cart.....a.. belZV y-. ''f....,
o Letterhead DesIgn' diver
at reasonable cost. Terms .. IN' .
Fred MlcKler, Sr. THE roUNTY re<..hed t. Answer said
Georgia Plate Glass Co. to fit your n eds..ilans up to Deas COURT IN' AND FOR .lalat' .. er hefere fleptesaker .
Mrs.
Store Front "I 7 years Call North Florida Pro- Mrs. Cbrrie Nancy Hardee : ..:: C) Gilbert New Cotton Fibre Bond '. F .ORIDA. COUNTY IN .I...... h.....".*; f. C. A. Avriett.

,Vicbon Credit Assn. S. Ohio <<..,. .** *.'" ..r.. Florid Pl.l.tlir. Attermeyl
Mirrors Reslrrered ''I Ave Mrs. Charlotte Moody 11 *' : IN RII:: ESTATE OF' taere.>f .... deere pre eo..
.Tub Enclosures ghowors I Live Oak, Tel S62-2S88 Mrs. Jeanette CratonJ. + Quality Printing HATMOM1: J. CAMP. will' *.. entered .....!.theTTrie.
I -7 lied
215 Savannah Ave. OO-5283 : r, Deceaied seal .f ....
R. Musselwhite : .' .... FIXAI. NOTICE this r at deeper F'..-
VALOOSTAMVE8AVEUVEI ,e ... NOTICE IS HEREBY LIVEN Ibis 'Ilth day *' A.g.st. A* D.
I I HOUSE FOB RENT or ROOMS by; Take,a good look at your basdee.l letterhead.qiMlity ." lhs undersigned O *
; .
Mr. and Mrs Bruce flleS'a: .17j.'fta' J. n..
day week or''* month. Alapaha Roy Moody wuly. A D 1M4. T I JoIIIJ. R.
Motel *. tie I are, parents of a daughter. Karen CaD It 1e '1IproMd thfoogh sew lbltlip... btitJa,p1Ir.rYf!:. : the countlnr ef their .. '. Clerk Circuit(County Court Florida of,Harnllton .
I Estate.t Rayuond by
'39-eal glass tined water heaters t. 'I' .. lynnbom I August 14, !in Hamilton printing? CU u,,there's. B.eMlgatfcpsi I*p.. ceased. aad notice t* further J. Camp.,. .. 14 31 Alice 3t' joPn 4 ni>aty P"IV "-
$74.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrl raton $185- USED ELECTRIC' RANGES FOR Memorial Hospital that after publication of this:

15V.t..; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers Sale. Goodcondition.! $40 and :..-__ We will be happy to diMoss !It wick 1" .. sad abet pal ti once,. weeks each ,weak application for t.ar will be. THE: COPNTY Jl1no. 1'8

H9996; 473 lb. Upright Freezers ISO. Mannings)Radio Repair. Jasper bow .we can be of anletaacs t* yew .ha Isspcvrsme Ilk to Cnnntv tho Honorable. John H. C'OtrRT.HAMILTON IN I AND COUNTY FOR
Judge .f
S3&.X; 647-lb. Upright FreezersJ299.95 phone 722-4421 tic B/U SEARS sciA Hamilton Ff.onlnA I I'l
; 12-tt. Automatic DefrostRefrieerator : vital! "impretaioAaaief"THE el wilt badse.a rounllnsaad Florida for snprocel for final n'('said.. : RE: Ann'IITf'lI Th. lists,. of PRORATE:

with 91lb. Freeze the """.rell'ned as Execator ._ 'U8.-.rr.
I LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRING rtO 5AND ISMT RCAUfUKNPCCKlD said, .estate.nurmond. l e." w. .. Itnlllll a.1RrETT.
$249.95 w.t JASPER NEWS A.
5-year warranty atMatning'a For Sale. "On the river high and UNTIL IlL : J. Camp 'Jr. A. BR\rrrr.RtRNei'rr. sjsjd
Radio Service, call 7924421. CACKI.Et IM HIS Ltt/f I John CL Came
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dry, good 1oc.tion.onlf 1000. See .. .
Jasper C yi** '> t the NOTICE' 'inDe'pp DITORs
jtfc Robert Ehlert ownet. the F- of....Raymond..A J. Camp,. ALL CREDITORS AND' PF.R.

VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY il -' First Published en .h'* al. 111 HAVIVO CLAIMS OR DR- .
,in Live Oak, Florida for all yourmusical '!I LOT FOR SALE: Excellent lot inconvenient July II, An*. T II Jl Yo.. An"AGAINST repylreof SAIL) RTATPi hereby:

needs from organs and location.in Jasper! Has TYPINGPAPER TV THR cormr or ""." and aad demands d tosee air

pianos to records and record play I been priced at $1100. Make us an 'rormTT J"Tr)n i of ....1., .whkh. "... you or

1 ...v tfoBETAIRSl offer for quick tale. W L. Bryan Tf.TOX COI'VTT TV pnO. FT /known .rTei'f. Sa5?

792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491, { ,""" nr nn WTAT J OFDirAH .... red R. A. lUrnett.r."IL deceased
Registered Real Estate Brokers.tfc a I { "r..1' D.e..sec. of "aA County. t. lbs r >
We repair all types T. V, and ; TO Alt, CREDITOR AND ;.. of "mlltn" .unty..
PERSONS HAVIV(1 CT.ATVS .. Office |s the cnnrZ'houee
1 radiO: Also Small appliances. Man J Ts. On DEMANDS AGAINST SAID county at Jasper. norMaTwIth.. ef

\, rings ,Radio Service, Jasper 792- ATHLETESNFOOT' OERM ESTATE! 1 '* fe) cel.".far ."....th. friwn the
Tea nd bf
4421 ? tfo HOW TO KILL IT ( by> nnttfled:: sac enrh required vw to ar;..: ..of. Posh.the.first"'.1.publication., ..r demand cot shall.this.
in 3 day if not pleased with strong .ny,*Ulms. and. dvmanilii"' whl";h writing. U dopllrate. and shall
HOUSE FOR MAX3MN JASPER, i. or ehh.e N eon me. b.e ... .
the >! .
i.f
1 T-4-L 480 back at : .... r-hl e and post
liquid your the t. of DIV*H BEST d_
: See W.' L. l address
Only $2,000 Bryan ft' the clsmsae.
,.,.. ..f s..M'mot.. tn the "',,, js and
drug store. Watch Infected skin he wnrw in b. >.,..
t 782-4351 Robert Ehlert 7924191.Htf. any ..... rlalmanl
or j< ft Hmll' County. .
Real Estate Brken. UBABBCCUICM slough oft. Watch healthy akin replace J50c) Per 100 Sheets .t his office. lit ll>. -.. h". ,. nr"t demand nr .ttarne,. "..| nnv sx-h
net
SEARS & so riled shall
.
\ it. No more Itch ft burning! SONS within s.t. Ci slv nit calendar kt JABPFR.m ,nth. frn. .* ...ld.

l New pit a& Alaptxha Use antiseptic, soothing T+L Foot ,I NOW AT time ef the first nqKtlcatlnn of rrjZAB rrif of M the B'.RNFTTRiecfitrlx .
lost
.
'Motel Restaurant. Now serving'1'Powder too -i ';"'fine for sweaty .....r.. Twomale, of each .l end 1'....."'.". to' ft.... Will A. .
.m.1 shII be. In wi-oin ...*
\ chicken and invoked feet foot order active In the COMPUTE AUTO .. .. *. .erustna. Barnett also hnewiiTUiaett
barbecued ( ; stays UMVKC The News t <% tK A* Vd.*.* a nd e Noe. Reports ,,_. A.
mullet. Route 41,DOI'th"or Jasper.,.skin for hours.NOW: at WISE'S Jasper off"<*> eddies* of tb* "'a lmn, >. and R. A. "" ",.U.
:
'DRUG ; ball ho swnra4C be i*hn ,"' ..-......
Ifs delicious! tic STORE tIc his .ese n. st'"rn.. end ._... nehly.silso' ". 11 t-U.
led by a flllng fee of nn.. dollar' 11 t*. Sept. 4? ll"




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. the pleasure of the Springs lome- Waycjroas] after spending! several
Wallace Lewis of Tallahassee t what ,. days with her parents, Mr. and
u1 .. .. j
spent his vacation at Daytona Mrs. Payjon$ Bembry, Sr.
Beach and DeLand: tad 'cajne' by I John and Bet Hyman came over THANKS !
Sunday for a visit with his mother Sunday for a few hours. --- a.

i gt {j;,I 1 Mrs. W.,A. Lewis. ,;'' '- 3 fltf.t' ; : :;1 '
Wallace attendedsihool dl? Stef- Mrs. Stella William left this! Again and again,Jasper. grieves For 13' of ri-i iI
son and likecs that part of the State I week for St..Louis. Mo for a ,visit as one. years giving ,us, th9.

: especially. He. is employed In'the! with the Laurence Miller's 'beforebeen Elma teas is dead'_ from,.,.an vilege, of serving fine peopleof
comptroller's office and has I beginning the Fall,. season of Kin. automobile crash. Blanche Dens ,Is you

.,-.",.;. lYar..tlls6l jJj eever since he went;to Tallahassee dergarten. .. seriously injured. And there were I Hamilton County and other
I others. We do not have details -
If ycu'have an ailment don't men I Mary Francis' Louts and Edith But Elma will be missed. lIe Areas.
"And if it is fear you would dispel -I Sixteen girls and 15 boys, accompanied don it. You haven't a chance. The O'Cain are going Sunday for a few was for many years with thee Chevrolet
the seat of that'fear Is in your by ,Mn End Mrs.: RaneeAndrews other one: can out-talk you. days In Atlanta. Co.
. . here. Then when ill healthslowed
heart and. not In the hand o fthe Mrs. Wilma :White and
his pace! he was still the As the Hamilton County
feared. KahLl: Gibran Miss Barbara Hendricks boarded The .camella seeds are popping Mr. and Mrs. Horace Leewis hada tie calm spoken Dma Deas who gen years pass -
. 'the bus Monday August 1? for Cherry open now. Sunday's T. W. (Mary dinner party Tueseday eveenlng was a loved is and
I "White.and pink oleanders meet Lake. Barbs a,1l iidrlckz goes Noble) says to lightly] crack the honoring .the' Foster Milton's of zen. respected Jasper citi becoming. more more
and biake merry ,in: different' dialects as- the leaden .-i. t' hard cover (If I can remember Jacksonville.!. There were twelve I Jea. Your
: Ii( "For in that shall know ( to us. friendship
: day you
Tagore I The boys and.gtrls. goingNvere the where 1 plant them. couples. Mr:and Mrs Foster Milton -
11 ; privileged troupe those who had Mr. and Mrs. Marvin O'Cain the hidden purposes in allthings I shown BIG TOP personnel is
Mr. and Mrs. James McCauley And you shall bless the darknessAs
"Leave out name from the ,
my completed the 411 projects and hand Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kennedy, Mr.
gift if it be a burden but keep (nee Jean Cannady will be here Lewis and you would bless the light",
my and Mrs. Will stay Mr.
". ed,In the record,book. three weeks arriving Aug. 22, to ; Kahili Gibran humbly appreciated.
song. Tagore and the hosts Mr
Mrs.. Gene Lnng
.
. visit their families and friends. .
Mr .arid f. Mrs Walter Dedge of Mrs. Lennard Register'jBtMlha', ) 'This young 'couple formerly of and Mrs. Horace.'( ..Lewis. .
returned from a i summer spent In Washington D. C. are now of Detroit .--r d that the
Realizing
Key West and their two.grandsons, Highlands N. C, last week t irt time is J'esaee Stewart was the big name The acreage yield
where Jimmy Wesleyan Guild met Tuesday
Michigan
Rogef''and Kenneth' Owen( Eau to. begin school. Monday morning. special agent with,the Feederil at the Area'14 Teachers meeting in- evening Aug. 18 at the home of .w&s: bftyhis ) hope and
Galls ;:are' guests"of: ..Mlss Erne .......' : Lake City Monday Aug. 17, year, we
Dedge,.*ir .*"... ''JJ. Lennard Register has hid ,Band i,Bureeau of Inveestigation.'. Jf you don't'' know who Jessee Mrs.Dupree D. led R. Kirkman. Mrs. Jimmie feehhanHG I TOP have
the
\/r program. A social averages
all bandaged an Infection causedby home, Stewart is, look him up. lie Is Im
Rebecca Deedge joined a house "' Dall Holley of Albany came know him only hour followed for this congenial
thorrt. I as a poet
portant.
a rose offset of
to ton-
I party with the John 'Arlington'sof ... with the Powells after the her weddingin mother but give me af few days more; ..,. group and delightful refreshments helped some your
Palatka, for a two weeks vacation Balnbridee Later were served by the hostess.M .
James Dedge is,In Bartow 'with to teacher
Mrs J. B. Holley...and brother Don lie .spoke the from nage ;Joss. ]
at Crescent Beach, ocean side
Co.
the 'Accident Corporation. The Hamilton Su- .
Area 4 (,S countless,
Rebecca will get,home In time for came for her.I Murat.! '' tJLooking"/ '
that prospected for phosphate In wannee Columbia, Lafayette, Union and Alton M Hender-

school. In two weeks, Hamilton, recently. I' Mrs Capitols Kyser has returned Madison, :Bradford and ,GO- of son Davis.and boys California Frank? ,, and William forward to many more
from a vacation spent in western christ '. are speendina
Gary and Mary Dedge vand children Mrs. Inez Dowda and children: states. Arizona' Texas. Okla. Dr. Joe Hall. Pres. F. E. A. was this week with their parents Mr. of service to remain
.,years we
Walt and Milton spent the week. In town a short while Monday and Mrs. Frank Henderson.Mr you ,
were
She will be teeach- Ed,,Henderson Executive
and California. there and .
end with,Mr :.and Mrs, Walter Ded afended'( the Hunter,Reunion >
: having ing public school music grades 1-5 sec P. Ei A. your huir-Me servants.
ge. at,the Coliseum,ln' dvQ Oak. ,Sun-I I Iin the Lake eClty' schools.: Sh- will Pauline Kennedy, President pre. and Mrs James Smith of
Marvin' Powell of Atlanta visited day. These families are< organized I I i make her home at Mrs. B. Sears. sided. Francis Bradley Is secre Roswell New Mexico are expected' Sincerely, 1
his parents Mr, and Mrs'M. L. with Mi*. Willie Hunter of Uve Oak' She and Misa Betty Sean wilt tary The mayor of Lake City invited to arrive any day to spend their I I
Powell the past week., President and,Mrs. Pearl HunteerMcElroy commute to Lake City where Betty all the, teachers to lunch vacation here with other memte: :: Bethel Gene ,;.
aeecretary.Mrs. i has taught. for a numbr of years guests of the city of Lake City: of the family, ,
,. ." . Marson Betty
I I .
Wesley Jane Webb our young' : t Jesse Stewart i is Kentucky born .
neighbor who does so many kind Goof Bdwyer returned\ her!i, Mrs. Brock Allen and Mrs. Bessie lie is famous in many things. He Lamar Smltn (CU S Navy) U. S. S. I t
errands for us is off to 411 camp home in Mcorehaven after spending -' Kent o fthe Jasper Lunch room said he was most proud to ,be a Dodge p>. L. F. T. was home recently ,t" Reynolds ;
at Cherry Lake thls,week. three weeks here and with her personnel'' attended a complete 2 I teacher and he! emphasized the on a 10 day lease) ).Is and 'the entire personnel of

. mother at t-meview iu' -KviX1Ryan bun,),'weeks course for lunch room credit I role of the woman In the teaching stationed now at Little Creek. Vn. M
Sherry'! Andrews Paula Allison returned home Saturday, at North Fla. Junior College In but .
profession. He even said that Amer on Sept. 11 he sails for Pana- ,
Sue HUBtouse and Susan" Shaw ,'.,F Madison. |I:j lean women teacher in Europe ma. :
accompanied t by Mrs. Kenneth Mrs'E. C. One; of Jacksonville '1 Mrs. Kent received credit In qua.)'(could work a change. Teach boys I BIG TOP :
Shaw went last week tp Mayo spent seeveral 1 days here last week. llty food production t'and girls "to be somebody" he Betty Lou Smith was at home the
for a workshop in crafts, to enable .i. I Mrs. AJlen's certificate was In
She
said. It cnn be done "America I IsI,past weekend. was returning;
these young ladies to teach i i these Miss Janet Barker of Ocoee: FSa. "Foundation". II I,thee answer", with Its opportunltlea ,I from a visit to Nassau on vacation
crafts to the 411 clubs. I is spending several days with} her i -. for education. He spoke an time. Betty .Lou Is clerk in the TOBACCO WAREHOUSE t

'. I aunt Mrs Brock Allen. I> The M. L Powells have had i J hour and no one jumped to go. lie Emergency room at St Vincents I
much coming and going this summer I had brought: to them the Image of In Jat'ksonvUle'.where. she has been
school be a quite time in
that J
Ideal. for nearly four
'an years.
comparison. with I!I'' There is a country wide studyof Louella Braswell was with heron (
One Sunday: in July they Math" at the '
the "New going on
the to
trip Nassau
yORNE'S Judy attended the wedding of niece Jasper Eleementary School for six

Deana Bainbridge Dorough to Fred' Alford in days. Mr. and Mrs. Walker of N' Tuesday last week Mr and Mrs. USED i!
Fla. Junior College are the teach George U entertained Lamar witha I
JASPER STORE. Then tot re was the family reunion J
ers. steak cook out. It
McCrae was. a family
Smith Robinson at
Don andJanice ,Whaley (son-ln The Lydia Circle met with Nora gathering. Mrs.. T. T. Law !d'rUe TYPEWRITER "
I law and daughter) with children Page Monday,evening August 10. White Marie Goolsby were ,
merchandise ,
I 50% OFF on all ; candy! there. y:
Donna and Ken spent 2 weeks with Audrey Wethe ngton lead the pro.'atam' '
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{*"'Entire"' Stock Mustso 'bySQpt.r'7'Moving t : house was being repaired (Inside las mission".Therewas a pleasant.I The Bembry reunion' 'wet*held .riN' ",1I!!!! ,
Sunday, August 18'5 miles northof &:.I..r ,
{and out) having been struck by social hour when:Mrs. Page'served i t .
lightning. delightful 'refreshments. < Jasper, at the old If.. Bembryhome. : \, 'r' .' r'f4 "\'.. '
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Jet 6 and 1-75 Soon.Horne's :afternoon for a short while .Statenvllle Monday morn .looked forward (to each year as a
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The Foster Milton's of Jacksonville for a number of years. Each: year pictures are made and Telephone 792.6331
) Candy Store and Restaurant vacationing at Suwannee placed in a large family album
Springs In the Betty Adams cottage Mrs. Sharon Gay and young daughter which Is kept by Hiram Bembry
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1 your clues as to wrinkle-resistance|handling and;you'll reduce wrlnk-
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300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia content and fabric,finishes on the I I Rinse in ,luke warm or cold IaS1tJAfSaU
Telephone 242-5566 label I water. 311 South Ohio; Avenue j

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bit of 'literature" on any I I I content of the gantietrt-but: washing, I VICKERSJasperFlorida
'4x8 SHEETS ,Per Sheet1A" garment you buy. I ironing and other.care TOE JASPER NEWS
'Prefinish : With the wide variety of fabric avaIlable I It's a good idea to save lnatructl.ons'l[
Mahog. Plywood..:$4.80 .I ,
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PAGE SIX, THE JASPER_ NEWS JASPER FLORIDA ', L Friday: August 21, '1964
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-. If '-' : Local Boys Receive ; Irwin Vim With}) Sixth Fleet
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ASC Committee Hamilton Royal Peterson: at' Fort
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Basic MediterraneanIrwIn
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WE HAVE Sill, Oklahoma! .... a>>1II
Election Health Notes Jim A. Daughtery., son of Mr. A. Vim, seaman, USN son
t Pvt. Royal R. Peterson, ion of and Mrs. Clyde E. Daughtery at of Mr.'asd Mrs. Anderson Charles
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ALL SIZES; 1 The 'election of the ASC com- The Home 'Nursing Program of Mr. and: Mrs. Seth Peterson Route Route'2. and Jack Cox. 17, eon of Vim of Route 1, Lee Fla.ls: a crew- ,'

munlty committees for ,Hamilton ,the local Health Department was 3, Jasper Florida completed ad :Mr.. Sadie Cox an of Jasper Fla., member of the destroyer USS Power :J
OF County will be held by mail bal. instituted over one year ago and at vanced training$ as a cannoneer at has begun basic training at the Naval operating! with the Sixth Fleet '"
.5 otina beginning'August 21. AU elIgible this time Is functioning dally.in all the Army Artillery and Missile Center'Fon Training canter Great Lakes, in the Mediterranean. '

ACS voters In each communty part of the count Many. people Sfll, Ofcla., August 14. m.' While In the Mediterranean Power '
will be mailed ballot contaln- have 'availed !ithemselvesi of: this Peterson was trained and as howitzer a memo The nine-week training Includes is participating In various fleet .,.:.1
FILMSAlso Inc the slate> of nominees for that service which Is1?accessible to ber of art1D.eryb !naval orientation .history and organization training operations designed to increase .

community: Ballots -will be''tabulated I those. eligible for medical aid to the 'crews.- seamanship, ordinanceand her combat readness.:
publicly by the ASC county aged. Public assistance recipients the 21-year-old soldier enteredthe gunnery, military drill, first aid
committee September 4, 1964 at hospital service to the indigent and Army last April and completed and survival. "
L30 p. m:'in the ASCS office. The veterans. r> I basic combat training at Fort Gordon During the training recruits rec.celw Job training in a ttavy rating spec .
Polaroid deadline for returning marked ballots ( tI Ga.:; I tests and Interviews which ialty. 4.
Hamilton:County, Health Department He was graduated from J. R. E determine their future Naval the
J will be September 1. : assignmentsIn training produces power <
I'u.... FLASH BULBS ENLARGING has two experienced well I Lee High School In 1361 I the Navy. Upon completing{ the I I In seapower by supplying quail 1

24-hour Developing For each community three regular -I qualified registered nurses who program they are assigned to service fled personnel1 to man the ships
committee members and two alternates take part In this program In addition schools for technical trainingor planes and shore stations of today's i

will be elected. The chairman to other,public1 id health services. j CAMS to ships,and stations for on-the- Navy. i ieflle I II'
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vice chairman .and regular The twd nurses o H mfltori County

member of each elected i.sc'rom.[Health Department Available to "Of.( .* :
es127 or 620 munity committee will also serve provide services,, 'to eligible recipients J!"'
2rolls6'9c35c as delegate, alternate delegate and I ''THANKS( ::
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where the ASC county committee: This ) uuut er the I I Our heartfelt thanks 'to ali whb r c... ". .w w=.
will be chosen. The county convention auspices of a Home Nursing Advisory .. extended comforting sympathy and. o,.:. *;jjsisisMM| "
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.. .; 'wul be held September 8, 1964 Council which 1 Is composed help in our recent sorrow. For the __ _
at 1:30: jxm. In the ASCS office. of the leading business and professional .I I'beautiful service, floral offerings, a-s..asse.
The public is Invited. men of the county. !['I and other kindnesses, we are deeply
.. ;:'. grateful. =S3 e. : C55c
Generally, a farm owner, tenant,' Mrs. P. 1;>.,Dempsey andfamily .,... jeiupopy ri t 3g 0. 0 :.
or sharecropper may vote In the ,also highly ----1 I .a.o..
community committee election if be currently a.r.o.0e.o.oe..
he is Is chen who are qualified for community THANK YOU NOTE 15c? 00..7.9i
taking eligible to
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We are sincerely grateful to friends
committee work and who + ,
take part in one or more of the I s. ao..oos400.Oyaple
programs administered by the ASC will be representative\ of the various and neighbors for their many /.I ;'
kind acts, during Mr. Gibbs' stay in OOe 000
sections of agriculture AArno
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committees. Appeals from such I ,
t the hospital. Thanks to the
goes gghrOf "MIIONt
Further hint
in the community.
decisions may be made promptlyto blood donors '
LIhurctesnJENNINOS canons may be obtained from the doctor, nurses and 'J
the and to the State coinmittees.
county ASCS County Office I to those who sent the many cards K. Jr1
If any qualified person I I and flowers.The
has not received a ballot, please call i Jewel 'Gibbs family
METHODIST I CALVARY'B.U'TUT CIIURCn the ASCS olflce.QualificatiON. FILE GUIDES KNOW"
"Enter Rest Pray" Jasper DO YOU
Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. Pastor Rev. Fred Herring of persons eligible "A to 1"

Sunday''School each Sunday Sunday School .........10:00: a.nvMorn to hold' office as committeemen Include Ii
Meeting each Thurs eligibility to vote in the elect. THE ANSWER
I Prayer Worship Services 2nd and 1Oa.m.1 Service .........11:00 a.m. m.and being a local resident. It is The Jasper News II'II ? ;

Sundays at 11 a.md at Training Union ;......... 6:30: p.m.t AMY w
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JASPER FIRST METHODIST' |I II Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. : question ,
Pr&) 'MeetJnc Wed. ., 7:30: '
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N. E. BOOTH, Pastor ., I Il'
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Sunday School ... _.. 9:45: Between Jasper and Jenningson third of your ,clgaret produces The answer Is the Church. "k '
Morning Worship 11:00 : about 15% .nicotine
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Everyone *. Invited Lm.I':1 highway 41 'the first two-thirds. Note to Here Is another question: 'Why has the Church dons
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EVENING :SERVICES: Sunday Mom. Bible Study 10 toll baseball managers: Using\ the more good than any other institution}"

Janlor Fellowship) 0:00 Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 same nine players, it Is possible The answer is God!-God working in It through men and
Jr. High Fellowship .. 8:00: P.m.1 Sunday evening Service ...... 7:iS! .. to change batting order everyday women.
Youth Fellowship 1:00: Wed. Evening Bible Study ..8:00
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Worship Serrlee 7:00 ''p.m.1 Phone WE8-2091 ,.., '}: Note to drivers: Auto seasons club statisclts God is the! answer to your problems.. Why nol ask Him
Youth Social Ho"-. 1:00: p.m. "; show calls and see? Worship Him at church every week.
that most for
flour of Power 7:15 p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .< i M
Wednesday Sayer Canova Pastor, ;;; ;:, makers are nat tires,,:.i '
BETHEL rRlMVTWE BAPTIST Sunday School" ...,......... 8:'.g t. : Dead batteries?"and flab, tires See % BH>1. Study a1 a.m each Son. Morninir: Worship __ 11:00 a.m. /., i ':..;'I'f".J. \. '" !" notwithstanding .you'll be bet. .
Clare Service 11 a.& 'JlV**. Training Union ........ 6:45: p.m. ter off to walk bve.d'your
4 Sundays each Evening Worship ............ 8K: r, laundry and clearing..;* JASPER Jasper Ministerial AllianceNew

ti PBYE 1:CIO p.n. each SnaAaj Prayer Services Wednesday _. LAUNDRY CLEANERS. .
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e; Elder L. M. PeVai. past at 7:30 p.m. :. Don't take our word for*I it. .take .'" 'I I .. .
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PRESBYTERIAN JASPER CHURCH OF COD( the word hundreds of:our'safisfled v w."': itl :rs :;:

JASPER GLENN PIUDGEN, Pastor customers.
1 CHURCH SERVICEThe W.Van Zant III Sunday School ...__.. .ISiOO: a.m This week's household/Kbit)v! : "Director" _
Rev. William a. m. Morning: Worship __,.HtQO a.s>.r Keep sink porej<o'bright ,by Series \:
;SchooL--t: ,
?.4sy 11bO Evening Worship ..?_ 7:00: p.m Tr scouring with,'sal soda concen \ i '"
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I Services __-----4_ Wednesday ,trated.-Il will also activate slug: ,
"'r JASPER ADVENT Prayer Meeting ,,.?....;. ':II p.q4 M' gish plumbing. ,
.* CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I Y. P. E. --.. o.-.. 1:30: p. ... -. ... .
Travis Carter I BURNHAM CHRISTIAN "' t. !) : If' !{'..j. #", .

Sunday School........... 10 a.m. CHURCH ; I.
Moaning ServIce.......11:00 a.m. James Webb Pastor i : 'TODAY'S FREtDOME17E 'H
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Night Service .... 7::30 p.m. .
Sunday School
Sunday every Sunday 10:00:

Wednesday Choir Practice night: 7:30: p.m. Church Service, U.Lm. & 7 p.m. ALLfUCANOANCFR'SQCIETY 4 ; >l lOTTER 117' Most of'where the countries freedom .. _
Second and) Fourth !
':00 Sundays CQSffO3ECMET'AMIAL
prayer Service .. i. _p.m Youth Fellowship 6: pm. Lave(Is suppressed the basio

DIVONlA"BAPTISr CHURCH Every Sunday night. 'i freedom In their
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Trulett M. Corner.day* .1 legal codes communUt-or
BRIGHT POND JASPER
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.... BAPTIST CHURCH fascist dictator and entrench. CHAIR
S:00am. Morning Worship ed bureaucrats dishonestly :
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REV. PAUL II.
:00 ............... T. U MADE W.Va e.rtallCI.peacJ, or ignore thepeople .
fa 10, of Parkersburg
pm Worship' Sunday School .__?__. 10:00 a.m > GIRL: Laura Lee Greathouse their"
1:00 p.m ....... Everting Uoruing Service ..?__, 11:00: a.m. 1200.000 Americans alive today, cured of cancer. LauradeWCped riSt80 suit More generously proportioned
:"edDesda night! >4nler Tra1nIn ,Uolen, ?...??.?,..w. 6d: O< cancer when she was 20 months old. Treated surgically, personal''Whims" or political4purpose [., luxunously*
Meeting _?...-: 7:80'lt.I Evening Worship ?.......?.?..,. ":80( site has been free .f the disease for over eight years. Laura shares *. > cushioned with dual .
"IUS" Gads:
.I the spotlight on ACS posters with four ethers eurervf cancer. Fr.e4o.e
Midweek molded foam
OF COD Prayer Service every contour I
WEST LAKE CHURCH \ ? m -- -------- ''
lnjday at :30 p.m. ti ..' ---- rubber and styled in "
t Sunda School ..._,,10:00"m. $"i"iT..1'J7.JJ.tr.tf..v.Jr"cr.Jr: / -r..74Jr.I7 --.i.- ----- -.- .
''Y.P.E. Sunday ..__.. 8:30 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I I. handsome square tub ":...-;,p
Praer M..UDJr Thura.'.. '1:10 .m Rev. N. M. Rowen pastor ing! Call for free ten- L LTHE

SPRINGS Sunday School, every Sunday at: day trial in your of.
WHITE :1
FIRST BAPTISC CHURCHRev. 10:80: a.m. PETITE DRESSESOf fice. No obligation of
breaching: 11:30 a.m. A 7:30: p.m. .
J. U McNeal, pasta'Sunday Training_Union ._......... 6:30: \ jn. :' course. ..f
10:00 a.m.
School :
tvNELLS
Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at
Morning Service 11:00 Lm. .7:30 lI.m.MISSIONARY 1
Training; Union ___ 7:00: p.m. only $33.00
TOT-N-TEEN SHOP has selection
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Evening Services 8:00 pja. BAPTIST a large -
,Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. JonalBft. Florida
I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Nathan,Wooley, Pastor of Petite dresses. We carry the latest styles
Goddard Sunday School ..__. 10:00: a.m.
Pastor Rev.Harry_._... XO.OO son. (Each Sunday) and have price rangeto suit JASPER NEWS
Sunday School .. : Preaching Service Each Sunday at a your pocketbook.Our .
(A class for every site group) 11:00: a. m. and TSO: -
p. m.
d Youth Worship Fellowship Service _..._,n 11 41:00:?? p.m.a.m Prayer Meeting at 7:30. Each p.m.Wednesday dresses and sujts.run from $5.98 to $22.50.I

f PASTOR'S Springs every SCHEDULEWhite Sunday at FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH. If you haven't visited ,NELL'S SHOP yet, come dons
11:00 a.m. J. WI| Tlttsworth Pastor
L Swift Creek each Third Sunday Sunday School ...?...?.. 10:00: am, in and( see why it is fastly becoming the PETITE
at 3:00 p.to. Moraine Worship >_? 11:00 a.mJ!

FIRST STATENVILLE.METHODIST GEORGIA CHURCH Evening training Union Worship______.... 7:30.dO pjn.p.nv WEAR CENTER for the Suwannee Valley area.

Allen Brooker Pastor 7:00-Prayer meeting. NELL carries a. complete J line of clothes for in-
Sunday School ._.. 10:00: .m. i GREEN ,
RIDGE
Worship Sundays Service_u____-._2nd 11:00 and') ajn.4th OF COD CHURCH fants thru teens. r around
Jr. and Sr. MYP Each Sunday at Rev. Earl Peas
7.-00 p.m. Sunday School _.._ 10:00 a.m. ,
:Prayer Meeting. Each Thursday at Morning Worship ?_.. 11:00: LID. with.ur.
8:00: ;OUJl. Wednesday Night ?-..? 7:30 p.m. NELL now has a tremendous sale, going on Car
HTTP Social Hour Each Thursday Prayer Service ;
SUWANNEE CHURCH OF Y. P. E. Friday Night 7 JO which includes'summer;' dresses, playwear and

THE NAZARENE JENNINGS. ASSEMBLY OF COD FINEST SERVICE
Swim Suits ,
Fad]. Florida CHURCH
I Bert E. Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at LOWEST PRICES

Sunday School ........ 10:00: A.M. 10:00 a. m. I
Preaching Service .....11:00 A.M. Services Each Sunday mornlnf NELL carries such hard ,to find items as beginner -
........ and evening
Crslns! Service 1:30: P3L. Look to us for complete tire ser
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ,:& bras teen hosiery[and in slims
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH boy's pants vice and a complete line of tire

OOBPTin BAPTIST MISSIONARY CUUHCU STATENVILLE.D. W. Kannon GEORGIA Pastor ", :and huskies. (sizes 6 to 16)).. sizes to fit imported and domestic
(Services Each Sunday) can of all 'makes. Come in
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Rev P.
Sunday School ..___ 10:00 ajn. ) .
and Gulf
10:-00 a.m.--Sunday School Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.m. now save on Tires.ty .
(except fifth Sunday) Training Union _?..._ 8:30 p.n Call for pickup and delivery.
1100: -Morning Service Prayer Service Wednesday at
Nell's Tot-h- Teen
6.OO p.m.-Training Union 7:30 p.m. ShopLive Jerry.Smith's
70 p.m.-Evening ServicePrayer at 7:00 p.m. ,
meeting ,Wed. at 7:00:
p.m. WHITE SPRINGS \

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CONCUCAnONALIIOLINE.SS I Oak 104 East Howard St. GULF STATION
WHITE WRINGS 8. School each Sunday. 10K) ....
Rev. Wiffiam Van Zant m PraaefcJng service every *ad sal Phone 792-3781 Jasper

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December 16-18 Final examinations.
mester. ..., school equivalancy'diploma by the State Department -
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Traditionally, there have been two great obstacles to higher

education money and distance. Colleges and universitieshave

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for the student, by being able to live at home la better able to

finance two years of higher education. This, in turn, affords the
student a chance: to complete the* four-year degree.


Because we have had an excellent faculty, and wonderful students -

the college: has compiled: an enviable record in just two

years. We welcome this opportunity to tell you about your

junior college.: Come to our campus and see for yourselfl



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Herbert E. Phillips, president A. B., Herman Elson, mathematics B: S.:,'City ... lering lovell, social sciences B. S., M.
Stetson University; M. A.. Florida State College of New York; M. A., N.w'Yor .. ..' S.; Florida! State University.
University; Ed. D., University of University. '''*<*AJ'' mmm(( ; '.
Robert Painter" business M! ,
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Herbert ,Attaway Jr., dean of terminaldivision0 East ,Tennessee State College; M. A.,
B. S., University of Florida; .'f Peabody College.Via A. Parkin Jr., chemistry B. S.. Ph. 0..,
M. S. F., University of Florida. 1.. \:7, University of Florida
Francis, library: A. B.;Western Ken-
Kenneth Clawson, dean of transfer r: division ;-*',*':" ;. tucky State College; M. A. L. S., Peabody I. Walter" Parnell Jr., phllosophy-humant-.
A. B, M. A.. Appalachian State \'"; College. A. B., University of,Miami; M. Ed.,
College; Ed. D., Florida State Univer- >, +' University of Florida.Walter .

sity. ''J. ,.:,. > .Eugene. W. Oemmer Sr., r..try'B.. S. ",",
s .. F., M. F., Syracuse University Rice, forestry B. S. F., UniversityFlorida.
Keith Wilson, director of evening division, '

_,8. A. E., University of Florida,M.Ed. June Hannon, nursing B. S., Montana ..,,,,
.,. University of Florida. '. State College; graduate, Columbia '? Thomas Rowand IV, science-mathematics
J Schoor of Nursing; M. A., Columbia B. S., M. Ed., University of Florida. .,
Marvin Baker, biology A. B., Berry College University. .' .). '

; M. Ed.., University of Georgia. Joseph Sparkman, business manager and i
Walter M. Hathaway, art A .B. Richmond faculty member A. B., University of J
Wilbur Bates, forestry B. S. F., University ; Professional Institute; M. A.; Florida.'I'
of Florida; B. D.. Wake Forest. Florida State University.Rita .

..,. Charles.. Vocelle, speech L. LB., University !-
:Edwin Vawlx Boles, speech-English i B. Horky, physical education'B.. A., '*-' of Miami.rt ,
S., M.: A.,University of Arkansas.: Iowa Wesleyan College; M. A., Peabody -
College.

John C. Brawn, chemistry B. S., Ph D.,. "'.
'University of Florida. Carl Hulbert, psychology humanities -
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B. Muse, M A., Stetson University. ,
Robert Brengle, English A. B., Duke,'.
University; M., A. AAiddlebury College. Mary Hulbert, biology B. S., Drexel In- f fi
".' stitute; M. Sc. Ed., University of North
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James Clark, data processing ii'
of Alabama.:
Burton Humphreys, guidance B. A.,
J. Ingham Cone, mathematics B. S., U. Carson-Newman College; M. A., East
S. Naval Academy; M. S. Florida State Tennessee State College.

University.
Kenneth Johnson, social sciences B. S.,
James Robert Carrie, civil engineering' Troy State College; M. S., Florida StateUniversity
technology B., S,, M. S., University ; M. A., University of Ala
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Michigan State University; M. A., University A. B., Mississippi Stare College for ,
of Houston.A. I Women; M. A.:, University:of Florida.
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Preston Edwards, business -,B. A., M. of Texas; Ph. University of {
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universities. TYPICAL TRANSFER CURRICULUM

The college uses a modification of the trimester system of First Year

the state universities and its course requirements are basically the \ 'i. Hours

English 101, 102 __._ 6
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'1 sPeech 105. :: ,.,....___...3

Thus when a studeot ISawarded, the associate of arts degree ... :Bi logy 105, 106 .... .... _' -.: 6

by the junior college, he has the same credits as a student completing History.IB1,182 -...._.._____..,..... 6
foreign Language (two semesters) N;:.. _._._..- 6
two years at a state.university. Asa result he has no diffi ; Math 117 -.r.-: .- 3

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First Year Political Science 105 ___ 3

x ',," '. ,. 'I .Hours I foreIgn language (two semesters) _....r:_._._..._ 6
English 101, 102 J1. 'L' ;''; 6\ {. i : ; J N Math 118, 205 6

Math 117, 118, 202, 205 ::t__ .10' t ,:'... FV', Physical Education 2'

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Physics 1 111 and 112 or Math 207 r" 6

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Typing, 115, 21,2. 6' should arrive at a schedule after
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Shorthand 220 221 consultation with the Dean
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Business 101 ,(IntroduCtory) w.. .:..... 3. ;' psychology and education courses of the Forest Ranger School
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,.' FOREST RANGER SCHOOL launch their careers in relatively short time.

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terminal course. ?, They are offered In addition to ,the program for students I

The school trains technicians for the rapidly expanding who plan to continue their education ;
field of forestry, especially for the forest .' at four-year institutions, ,
industries of? the South. the transfer program.
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Forest rangers; timber cruisers 'and timber mark-;-
ers; tree and log sealers and logging foremen; saw11: Technical courses also are offered In three other fields:'business

mill operators; tree nursery foremen; naval stores nursing, and civil engineering. l
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Although the {Junior college was founded only .' .: '
two years ago, the Forest Ranger School is seventeen NURSING
years old. It was established 1 In: 1947 as' the Columbia .
Forestry School. Later it became a part of the ,_ CIVIL ENGINEERING
University of Florida, and when the junior! college \' :

was founded, a division of it. i t The nursing and civil engineering technical programs -
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The ranger program is designed as a terminal 1 ., 'j .' ';:, ,;:?.r first of a number of terminal 1 t
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course, but the college will permit ,use of the, school's ,f.i .
credits toward the associate of arts degree. And many ( .: > .f: Both are two-year programs and both carry an
colleges and universities will accept the credits toward : "J ,, "' f associate degree. I
the bachelor of science degree .forestry. 4 .' r t' ,..,'!''t;." '" BfS,U.,.Graduates .
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': the registered nurse's 'license. t T ;-j$tlfHl) 5ft'f; .......

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I courses in business, a one-year secretarial : ), many. kinds in design and construction.
course and a two-year .t', }''
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carties the associate of arts de- .J.r' I and practical application in the ,areas of technology,
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persons J. the counties which contribute financially
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\ / Cross City, Macclenny, Trenton, Raiy -
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Five counties cooperate in) the support' of Lake the.operation of the junior college, but the other counties ,. ;

City Junior College and Forest Ranger School: Baker, also have a say in the way'its ,run. ; J t ..
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,their'.state minimum: foundation, 'funds.., ''superintendents or boards of public instruction in vthecounties. '.':a'.

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A Their .students pay" less tuition.: \ ;' : The!number of members is determined by'popu- : "

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The college. I is authorized i by testate to hold of '
and Union, two each, and Gilchrist and Dixie, one
night i classes I I in contributing counties.If each. -

it is ever necessary to limit enrollment at the ,
The, advisory council meets. monthly f to discussjunior '
,college, |h'ese counties will not be affected.
and make recommendations
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rw: Mrs. Mary Ferry W. A. Bailey .. Evans Sanders .< "
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44 rA. '.A $1,500,000 build-

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41 ,..:. way at Lake City Junior
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fit calls'! for eight new

buildings. .
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and, a doritory for men,

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science-math building,.
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year, are as follows:
Business and admini-

stration, student center,
gymnasium, fine arts,
and technical training.A .
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