ing. Add lemon juice and rind. Pour
MONEY for farm .. 520 laboratory tests resulting from the Investigations cdllc lead poisoning from lead used In some paints
opera. ,
LOT FOR SALE: Excellent lot in tlons''at reasonable cost. Termsto 11"I over pears. Bake In 350-degree() Turn; ,The division answers calls for help from Industry, [artillery disease tarsalgi: pain In the foot.
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convenient location m Jasper. Has II fit your needs. Loans up to oven governmental agencies, professions and individuals. The list of diseases peculiar to certain persons in
been priced at $1100. Make us an I 7 years. CAD North Florida Production VTCKERSJasper pears cut-sides up and bake 20 mIn Some recent problems and remkties! dust in some occupations is a long one. The names are often
offer for quick sale. W. L. Bryan I Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave I'i ,ites longer or until fork-tender, finishing fiber glass boats -. recommended proper i colorful; 'the maladies themselves are grin.
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792<4491, basting occasionally with syrup. ventilation and respirator use; headaches of workers
Registered Real Estate Brokers.tfc Live Oak Tel 362-2588 Florida Cut cheese'Into 8 cubes: place one In a s'ft, drink vending: machine plant again, proper Dr. Williams said many of the hazards could ba
cube In each pear half 'Bake five vcntflatkn; cases of chicken Itch a skin rash avoided by proper ventflatlon: protective clothingand

,HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by I Telephone 792-6921 minutes 'longer Serve warm with on hands of workers In a poultry plant change in devices: good sanitation; substitution Isolation

day, week, or month. Alapaha Georgia;Plate Glass Co. honey syrup spooned on top.. wash disinfectant. or:enclosure of potentially dangerous devices: ; bet.
Motel tfc .Store Front Res. 792-4831 Makes fr ir wervitws. t er engineering; priodio physical& xamhiations;. correct
.Mirrors Uoillvered SAVORY HINT: Try baking Occupational health hazards Include dust, fumes, I Job placement; Job rotation; and employmentof
GERM tomatoes or stuffed mists vapor's. gases, fungi, noise, vibration and medical
ATHLETES FOOT .Tab Enclosure, Shower apples, pears help to serve. the employe's on-the-job
HOW TO KILL IT 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-528S SOWANNEIIUVEIlCAMPSITES peppers In well greased muffin pan. various kinds of radiation. Vibrating tools can in-1 I i needs. '
In 3 days If not pleased with strong VALDOSTA ---

; T-4-L liquid your 48o back at ,
any drug store Watch infected skin USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR -'
slough off. Watch healthy skin replace Sale. Good condition.: $40 and

It No more itch A burning t $50. Manning Radio, Repair, Jas- rmsS."..IMI... 8 ,: :

Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot per. phone 132-<<21 tic ,ii.msis.wtr \tt\\\t\ttS\ I Iw
Powder too -fine for sweaty

feet, foot order; stays active in the LOT AT ,SUWANNEE SPRINGS : :=: M inda-.Rai:: \\ ,: A
skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S For Sale. On'the river high and (T,, Myna .5..4.1 a..Ia.eL : ,\ 1t'tS. ,
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DRUG STORE. I I dry. good location only $1,000 'See cosans oar susr, soot MS .._ '
Robert Ehlert, owner. U.,. LOSS .11I1. asu ss mStMMII tt .
FOR RENT: Triangle Rntauraat.Call M HS Sf SWMB.mm J .. '
Evelyn Hester. Itc'''!LOST!. one pair black rim bi-focal I tIBtlU SJOOSIS Mrartiws tMIWNNOST.LAIR t1\\t' '

glasses up town. Ph. 792-3831 ltc MaPi...,we.., mMNMM.Mr..eao.MfM,1..ybMA.d.IMMfkINr. ;tT1I '. !
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For practice, call days 792-3801; I FOR SALE'House: only for sale. I 712 SUWANHCI AI....,SMS.meta WMll CAMWrtS It FtarU. .* ... ... tta 'A..gas aln' .. a '4tt1s
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The Jasper news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00243
 Material Information
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: September 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Don Tire Receives ''He & Hypnosis' Cheerleaders FREE FISH FRY SIGNALS START OF NEW

'! CiI1e e Tu.ViCoLrses'Offered :, ,..lgpIWa.y CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FISCAL YEAR .
Scholarship Attend ClinicOn
I Ir Contageous ToHoliday s'r'aetI
: :
August 27, the Cheerleaders of I ;

'\. ." -. 'Motorist 1Ir4f.r J&lilJerchoo1.. attended the :
:Here Regional Cheerleading Clinic a r M'

Although Labor Day is a ho1debAllay man": "rfighway l Hypnotist" Is Andrew Jackson High School in

Students ,wishing to take Jl1qu set aside,.for a per In the rod every day and night Jacksonville Accornpanlng the !
television courses for college s.i iod of recreation or rest motorists attempting to lure you into a girls were Mrs. Dorothy Fennell I
emHts will have, 'a choke of will be overworking themselves deadly am shup. and Mrs. Pauline Kennedy. I !
,four subjects this semester, physically and mentally But ,ki>'can be fooled! The cheerleaders for 1964-63 are' '
and behind the wheels of their cars The A .ate Club offers
Lake .City Junior) <>Ue0e' ?! Motor Sharon Bumham Sherry Andrews,
Forest Ranger School announces w on our nation's highways thei4))p>r$ren wars to break Linda
Fennell, Bunnle Miller '
today.Enrollment. "When holiday driving: or driving his spell Vcl- stay alert: Dar-
of the becomes -Start'it well lens Befi Sadie Cox and substitute "ll'
at the college anytime year trips rested
. ',,evening tt1IieD.offiC't i must, ,, wearisome work. watch Fatigue deteriorates) your entire Gwen Cox L. '

|take;f place,ort't9rbefo1e, .Set>> out for the 'Pishway Hypnosis driving ajihtyOhangSa \ \ ,
? ..tember14,'" warns William F. Powers, director your speed, body Electricity' Rates I Above, Jasper City Manager Bob Fisk Introduced the speaker ot .

!t .'mTbe 'courses, each of which for the Allstate Motor po.itlon.and tight objects frequently the evening, Scot)(,Kelly, accent gubernatorial! candidate (see below). ,
"Carries hours Club. "He could put a spell on. ReducedFlorida
three semester : j Otherwise your reflexes Being
credit, are is follows tt you that could cost you your ;' and judgment can be will X1 ...
I Corporation
Over Channel 4. Jacksonville. I life""He 'dulled bythe: monotony of roadsights put into effect, on October 1, 1964,
University of Florida course 1, ususlly mates an appear. : and car sounds its fourth reduction in the price of s+
C- l. Humanities in Contain- ance when you are driving on a -DOn' )tat large meals be. electricity since World Was U. W.

porariy Life, on Monday, Wednesday I I long traifht monotonous fore or daring' a long trip rather J. Clapp, company president, announced ,
and 'Frida at 6.15: a. r r stretch: of highway, like a sup stop Ifieow-atly't and eat today."ThIs Is the second ,1 vp
t 'Don 'left erhlbwIier... travelis small amounts Y
m. beginning Septeralber 28. last Friday for HutchInson your
reduction within a period of a little
IMathero| tlcs In Western Culture Kansas where he was award.I swift comfortable and unhin- Driving t long .dlstances at "
two ((29 months), said
'on' '''Tuesd )'. Thursday, ed a scholarship !in football. Don dered," Powers'points out. night should: be avoided becausethe over years
and Saturday at 6:15: a.m. Tues : "At the same time you have of hypnosis is much Clapp "These lower rates applyto
; was very happy to'receive such,,an dangers: .
> schools, churches, and the commercial ahr
been lulled into Inattention ,
dai'ncl'Thursday: and 7 am honor. greater Darkness relaxes some
Saturday begtnninx! Sept. 29. drowsiness and a'state of dull- .drivers tod much. Also keeps customers: using large quan JVAF
,Over Channel 6; Gainesville. He will betaking; other subJects } ed reflexes and your eyelids ln trumeXpanel! l lights low to titles of electricity, and will reduce
History N>f Western CiviUat also. Don was awarder the Shad usually become heavy or you reduce hypnotic glare. company revenue by a total of about -
lOon (first semester) Monday Bryant Trophy from the Suwannee experience blurred vision. At -We. dooM fitting clothes $800.000 in 1965 As a resultof r
t 5:30-6, this in travels these two recent rate reductions ,Chamber' President. Thomas' Bridges,.left, will
tHrough Friday at p m Conference of which he was very point your -stop and keep ; fresh air circulating\ presented a, plaque
,beginning September 14 ,and proud. '& you car and 'rest, you've Just in. the ear our, residential, commercial, and Certificate of Appreciation from the Chamber of Commerce to Bill Harris
.4 been introduced the : industrial customers will save over
tnnningthtough December to "nigh-
; -Play (Rife radio, but avoid of Evans Products Company, for their
Geology; 107 .(beginning We received a call from Don and way Hypnotist"Cut low loud $4,500.000! annually, Schools churl I contributions to the economyof
mutkx Sing out
course) Monday through Thursday he said he likes it out there fine. when you do stop.-stop whistle,alongDon't or chea: will benefit from new Hamilton County

about, lieU( ..IL (exad.tlme' and the weather was beginning to at an established. service area follow the same car kina totaling Almost $ ,reduct-1 ,
Q.be. announced),. be chilly already. Dons many frU or at one of the wide pull-off tco long. If you find yourself) year over and above the I

eglat.r.anta"will. ) pay the regular I ends are wishing him the' Very best rest area locations, where you staring orvif, 'your eyes ,beginto already In'errect since 1962,
Junior college fee and will In college and where he' goes skeeing can get well off the 'right glaze, pull off the pavement said.

'meet ,.periodically with a' junior boulder of the road. If you're at a rest fcrea and wall; around, E. H. Dunn Jr., Florida Power
co.u'I'8-II\t: ) ctor for clarification I -- driving on a super highway 'outside. l- vice president and general counsel,'

amplification, ands Continues where there is "no established /-Try to:avoid sun glare. pro said t "This rate reduction is In com
.testing '' Revival ; rest area, get off at the next longed exposure to, glare Is 'a pllance with the directive of the
'These courses are made possible ; exit and stop and rest. major .tutor in eyestrain Florida Public Utilities Commission
by Lake City Junior C0U. # The God save: America crusade Unlike ,the "Headless Ho are- 'which in turn causes fatigue and Is Intended to give benefits -
leg. and Ranger School coop" rwii th. Michael and Peggy Lord con to schools and churches a"nd" to ry '
eration with the. Florida InsU.! '(tin&through Sunday night at the Madis&i those other customers who make I tr
tute for Continuing University : Jennings Assembly') of God Church. Annual Sihg At College greater use of their electric facilities I r

Studies, the University ,of Florida Friday night Lord will speak: on 'I (customer who have, what ia r. t

and the,television .stations: 1"What. a Communist'! j 1irngrlcaaoaald4e.lik..asx / Live,_ Oak; Saturday Registfition! To recognized! theH Industry_as aV
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t>- ;; >* I. NighT Ciasc id* high ioadhctor'L: COUR1"lOUeI"tA9ED, # MONtt' tf ctures' actuaHr) made' -- ...behind-- the. \ y', this reductiona; new '?Jarge-use\ 'to '

.The Court.House will be closed "Iron Curtain," J The Annual Southeastern Singers f North Florida 7 Junior College, commercial Industrial "'general .V1 regular AWureWQie, a/muaTflh try ia the presentation of award* ,

Monday 'in observance of Labor Sunday a King and Queen will be Convention wfll be held In Live :students, will have a holiday on Labor servico pate'was developed based.:'[to outstanding 4-H and Horn, EC girls of the county. They are presented y

-Day. ...1 crowned at the Sunday School hour. I Oak, Florida,,Saturday night, Sept: Pay, Sept,.T-TWs .hi one) of the on,the:volumn and use,characteristics : plaques 'suitably engraved with their name Making the presentations
'lTENTION7 '>> .Riv.J, Randall Redding, pastor 5, and all day Sunday. Sept. 6, in few holidays scheduled under NFJC the of electric of 'service business rather" Dunn to the girls this year Miss Barbara Peatman of Jennings,
HIGH 't; of this churc hlnvites everyone to the Live!' Oak Church of God on .teppe .up year-round operations on type rye
I STUDENTSAll Duval Street. called attention to tho fact that no shown in the center of the group, Left bright are Florin Hester.Sandrla .
I Registration tor both day and customers will receive an increasein Rowell Hurst, Dsisy'Melton, Sherry Andrews, Raynell Burnett,
students who ordered an ann- NOTICE All singers and friends of gospel! evening classes for this' semester the Implementation of these new
Susan Shaw
ual last year, please come pick singing are, Invited to attend. The will close at'the end of business on rate,, and that customers. who
them up in the principal's office no AU graduates of Jasper High :ringing begins Saturday night at the proceeding Friday, 'Sept. 4. 'make exclusive use of electric ser

later than September 8th! The annuals School of 1963-64 who bought a grad 8:00: and Sunday morning at 10:30: vice will benefit moat.
remaining after this deadline nation picture of the entire class I[There is no admission charge. A- On Labor Day, no classes will be I The company' electronic computers

will be sold to people who did not for $1.00 please pick it up at the I nong the many singers expectedthis held offices during and the day or evening. AU were employed to analyze
college facilities will
order one last year. l high school They will be left In Mrs I year are the very popular Phillips i more than 400,000 bill rendered
,Ann Camp, Business Drescher's office. be closed. The regular college schedule during 1963 for commercial and
Family and The Travellers i I
I will resume at 8 a.m., 'Tues Information
Manager. The Annual Staff I Quartet from Atlanta. Ga. I day Sept. 8. industrial service.
is essential to any -
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Seeks Funds For Child's Wheel Chair Stand I Up Apd Be Counted ation"We and arc analysis delighted of rates.to offer our
I customers proof, once more, of the
At Hamilton
County Hospital GUEST EDITORIAL continually downward trend In the

Hamilton County Hospital{ has long had a need for a wheelchair forchildren ( Mallory\ Home, one of the outstanding young cost of electricity while ,"almost..aidCla.W.
everything we buy up
to be used much as the larger ones: when little patients Democrats in Florida, a successful lawyer, now serving basic goes for this
"The reason
need to be moved, taken out in the fresh air, or to the lobby, or to the as Speaker of the House of Representatives and are' the company's large Investments
car when going home. with a bright political future, has renounced the Nat In more efficient equipment, t
ional Democratic party and openly stated that he would '
Adlna has taken the iniative to conduct [ increased use per customer
Mrs Simpson a campaignfor support Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee.
funds At least $100 is needed and contributions may be sent to her t It lifts the spirit of the Old Line Democrats now provides opportunity for operating of Boy Award winner, *'jn ,A and 4-11 activities were,. ett toCurtis right,
economies, and the efforts our
at P. O. Box 255, or call 792-5728 She promises to go house to house on the side lines of the political arena, to Bee a young I employees to continue to'' operateIn Wetherlngton;(Paul Dampler., Warren Hogan, Dennis Smith and
later, so watch for her. 1
man fight the disgusting tactics so brazenly shown at the meet effective manner pos Gerald Parnell Ag Teacher James Dunaway presented the awards

,the Democratic Convention by the National party sible.( Jim DeVane, another winner, waa not present ,
leaders. In the attempt to attract the Northern Negro I

block, vote, the Communiststic liberals, the )Black Mm- Senator Kelly of Lakeland, as ,
E ...; term the NAACP, CORE, and other groups led by agitators THE AMERICAN WAY speaker at the annual Chamber of

led by Martin Luther King and the Mrs. Peabodys Commerce Fish Fry, spoke in fa- .

$ of the North and East the entire Southern delegations vov of small government as opposed

was treated with cold contempt 1 '"al to .tho&. rapidly mushrooming ..

It was pathetic to see Governor Sanders, of Georgia strong central government He

bowing low, and accepting a crumb tossed to him. spoke to about 100 members and
rvf Governor Farris Bryant conducted himself with dignity 4,41 roarArtagZnl Vientis of the Chamber last Thursday l

as all the Florida Delegation did, 'in a situation night Directors were chosen h'a
f 4 a V' yt that had no dignity to maintain. Will the South take by ballot circulated to members '

Af ,'I i the. bitter cup offered in November. We shall .see! at the meeting. Elected to three \ :
terms were Joel Selph, Clinton I
+ Heres to Mallory Horne. Tom Slade and all the year. .#
Mitchell C. R. Watson W'A. Dru-
other' young Democrats that are fighting for princi and 1> '
ry 1' Wm Kyser; W. A. a
;ples; ,of decency, moral ethics and honor. in the Democratic arable was elected to a one-year {

Party.' term to fill a vacancy. r "tJ
We Saw It on TelevisionS Girls 'of 4-H clubs receiving awards ,

President Lyndon Johnson named Hubert Horatio were Susan Shaw of White x,. "

.Humphrey as his running mate for vice-president in f brings, Sherry Andrews of.Jasper :
II' a 'comical: 'attempt at a build-up ever witnessed in apolitical IV1tV rt and Raynell Burnett of Jennings, ":; ;,

r ;' i l, convention. We fully expected to see LBJ come FHA awards went to Sandrlatowefl ..," j "

:- : :out,and in that folksy manner, clap his hands and yell, Hurst of Jennings, Florin t

-tx "Surprise, Surprise, Hubert's It." as a climax to the Heater of Jasper and Daisy Meltonof

'KF k ,chfldf; 'game he led in naming a vice-presidential nom. White Springs. '

inee.It was,no surprise not even to Humpy himself. tNEEGr Awards for 4-H boys went to Gerald IJ

rtFVlrgie Hubert Horatio, in his acceptance (try to''stop' ; PAyf / Parnell of White.Springs.. Dennis J

me) speech went into an oration on Barry; Goldwater"Shooting fag, Smith of Jasper and Jim De-
from the hip, Barry", Humpy calls him. Vane of Jennings FFA'plaque.*

,Well,: I say, I prefer Barry shooting from the hip rather were given to Warren Hogan 'o! *. f
Hyman says: than Humpyt shooting from the lip. White Springs Paul Dampier ot

A wheel chair will be useful for buy the wheel, chair for the use,of Mississippi's state delegation became the "Whip- Jasper Jennings.The and. Curtis Wetherington ot
the little folks over at Hamilton !the small ones. ping Boy" of the convention and with Alabama's dele i.
Chamber of Commerce
Hospital. Seeing a need and'filling I' Adina Simpson keeps the hospital gation was 'subjected to a vicious insult, that they take now the ,is \
starting membership
it beets with happy response. You |in mind and in our minds. The fund ... a'Bpecial i l oathof, party loyalty not required of any olh- drive and all are Invited to ,,

did it when we,gave the easy chair |lis already started. You will want erat; tes. This they could not and would not swallow.. buy a membership and take part in
for heart patients., Well do H now (Ito help dimes or dollars. for S ,AU.the Southern states were! ignored and insulted by "From each according to his ability. promoting Hamilton County in eY4
by giving our dollars and dimes to chair' for the wee ones the actions from the convention make ,.)'-, his ,
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e.rllfhwl. rtificate* mil I.ib'jold1to >r* labnf'af; paeef, ,BURNHAM .i1."\
up : -the tila-heit bidder'at tlm vA1s 4hd..s4dsor.mn' '.. J1n/cHd *o/O< ."1' >_r 4r e :
I "WPublic, Announcements() ;1 the flr.r Monda*,trf A8uw011S;ptr11A.relrflei.val.T* _ar-: 11';'. By, ,LOIS. ZIPPEEJER j .' ::3": .
: the month of <>rtobr. M hoop aJu< 'Ii ; ($L LN
l1tf. whUh 1* the tth day' ef October. I's"Lhseh.5Neut:f le.ruredraSti.OperetillE ..>The.test ot A.vocation Is the) love \ Friday'
.. \ Published
11. ; 9Mrol 'f .* Every "
of the drudgery,it involves :: 'r
Dated thin Slit day of H'igh' limit tonlrutBId.Y .
IN THR COITRT OF LYE: a.- la tale Cwtrl: a *tut ye* tke August lethe "
COUNTY JUDGE. HAM. relief tkvrelat _.'t .*.!.* direr*. 1144. tor, .id rurpo.., to be flied.cir' Logan Pearsall Smith Second Class Pottage Paid at Jasper. Florida .
ITVTON COUNTY, FLORIDA yes are repaired to A..wer ..... J. K Miller Clerk of offk-e.. of the Clerk of the ,
IN PROBATE). rM..UI>* .. o* '.f.pe. Septemker of Circuit Court Hamilton cult Court Hamilton (oontjr, Florida September .cbailes Subscription Strictly in Advance
Florida on or before 1.1.; o'clock a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Scriver and
Itt RBI 11. ION fBraUhlut t. O A. Avrlett. County
DINAH BF9T, D.eeeaed. ......... Plerlda Plaltlfr Attermey., S ep>. 4 11 II, 25 11. It.at... tThe t011''""" children c< Minneapolis Minn $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County-
TO ALL CREDITORS AND s espy thereof else. decree pro ... Board County
PERSONS! IIAVINO CLAIMS fe**. rlll ke ..e.... ...'..t ye.. IJTI1R CIRCU4T COURT .re re.erve.. the right"J" reject nut spent some time last week with Cards of Thank . . $1.00 Minimum
.OR DEMANDS AGAINST 8AID ....WlTII-m! : ay lead sod the effle- or all bids
their brother
parents and Mr and
ESTATE fail eeal .f this C*.rt at "...... FlerMK. OP THE THIRD Board County Commh..lnnenHamllt. Telephone SYcamore 2 2-6331
You and each of you are hereby tale ,II till, day .f Aeamt, A. D. IA!. CIRCUIT: JUUIC'I ..- County. Florida. Mrs. Bryant Deas and Albert .and '
notified sad required to prent 1M4.flRAl. FOR IfAMILTOV. J K. Miller Clerk Mittie Deas. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
any claims, and demand which yen, ( J. R. MILLER Hill Forfeit TY FLORIDA.IH are of I.. foJIewUa Sept. 4, ii., 1,. o..o.. ., .
or either of acalnitth Clerk Circuit Court of H.. .
6r1"'EaT.'d described I'roo..rt Mr. and Mrs Thomas
lute estate of Bald of County, to the County rued mlltoa' County..., Florida, by | .tee,. a ryllmder. ('.rr.lr 4.. Itt THF '0.. T"": of Lakeland and Mrs. Jessie Zipperer to her rescue and took,
Jodr of Hamilton County Florida, /I'1' 'Ol Deputy Clerk.' ....... Serial COUNTY
A.III'It t< there.
Sept./ Neighbors
at his office In the court home of THE) STATE OF 'LORIDA TO: COUNTY, FUOHI- Winter Haven spent several days II report that Nellie

within"i,'M County.Ix calendar at JASPER.month from Florida thelime COURT IW THR' IV TOITNTT AND FOR JUDGE DILLY FLORIDA: JOE. AND SMITH AU.JASPER PERSONS,' 1DA* IN PROBATE v last week with.Mr. and Mrs. Mel. Killed InMonday had been barking since early. that

.f Two the first publication of each claim of this er HA MIT TON1.COUNTY OWNIWI.FIRMS AND HAVING CORPORATIONS OR cLATMINOAN"mrFtUk4iT I.. REl ESTATE .OFo ...V-IIItTT'O'" _. vIn Selph.t4L-.........-_..... -- -' '" morning.nSliSifS
notice eoplci "I.oRJnAJ: .IN. ,PROJBATJS. T Oa 17 RLL alw .. -r:, ,-.-, J i inr8! J w
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..('j"W"h'.J..rn.M ...n Deis tstegingl.edwhhWstole OJ&<'Z'_h", :Th.lbslateret, DKMCKlBhD s iilr id ;:BiEffr: ovTHK ..... ; Irs. Grover" Wheeler confined
and was
the place of residence potoffice I'j TO'CRFOITOROSONS : .
NO'I'I1I 'I the simkes."Nellie" .
address of the .claimant and al.'kwo 'AU4 CREDITOR4! AND tIR to Pineview Hospital several afternoon, August 24.
shall be sworn t. by the claimant DARYETT. I YOU AND FACIf OF TOt are herby on '
Ills cent or attorney and accompanied HOOP A. .%RNEPyiaad! notified that the above dencrlbd JtAVINO CLAI..M SAIf) : days last week. She is home now Awe six men and several women whoaerVM' isva thoroughbred Border .
by a flllur tea of one dollar and R,.. ewrTT: .. e.f.d. rU": been mimed' ,, under -You AGAINSTf yell reThereby hope l improving. as an audience. fought and Collie that belongs to Mrs. J.
r I ttt Florl
such claim or demand not se filed and t>y of Chapter to ""r..nl sillclaims A.
hall be No'WIf'TO CREDITORS ,da MiAMitea a* amended and In now notified and demands required which you. or eeee killed1 two large rattle snakes that Stephens of Jennings. Mrs Stephens
1'old.MUdr. McMillan. Ai TO CREDITORS AND PER- In the .possession of the Board of'ouniy and against the says that "Neflie is
III.r"A hl\o" and Elizabeth Deas worth
: either .r you may Quinteen at. under :Mrs. J. A.
Executor of the let Will CI AIM-* OR DB ( Commissioners of this Countyand Avriett dieeaeed I were discovered her
and Testament of DINAH lANDS AOAINST SAID' ESTATE: you and each of you. are hereby. estate of late Roswell of said Eo county to the tended the wedding of their nephew I tephen'i house in Jed nings.! weight in gold"" She appears to
BEST, deceaaedO You. and each of yow "re hereJ>ynotified further notified that a petition under COUNTY last have some undeflne that .
County Jndge of IIATr.Ju..OM Jimmy Martin of Tallahassee sense enable
And required lo said ha. beenfiled In
any Chapter
.Jasper A. Avrleft Florida, A* i .. .* claim and demands t".ent. or he Circuit Court of the Third Jodlo-. Florida. at his orrlc, In the court Flor. Saturday afternoon. The wedding Mr. Raymond Carmack Mayor, her to distinguish between

r AUK 14 St .tl.,Sept 4 either Estate bf of'AeVi Roan rAayniWeVlMKalnat Aunaatuii Barnett the tel.Circuit Florida., la seeking and for the Hamilton forfeiture Connv. of Idawithinanl caleodtr.mn..h.. from of took place in Starke Fla. While Harold Deas. Mr. Harlan Edward

j CIRCUIT also known an ROM Burnett ROM A the Md, property, and you ar. here the tlm. of the first copies publication of each there they had a: short visil' with Jurnam. Mr. Wilmer DeBS and Mr-

COURT *,, Barnelt, and R A. Barnett deceased by directed and required to file your claim thin nfltlr.or demand Two shell,be In writing.and .. Charles mod Lola Mate Zipperer:,.1'' Jimmy.Devane succeded In killing
THIRD JUDICIAL C late of said County to the County lalm. If any you have and "bowcnu.e. or reel.dance "
CULT NI9T FOR HAM Juda-e of Hamilton County, Florida on or before the Slth day of shall elate. office the plnce address of tb.I'lalmr.nt eeee '1
FLORIDA at his office In thepurt houie of 1141. If not personally: end, poet be "worll to by Mrs Elizabeth Brandies and children
and shalt ,
IN CIIANCERT said county at JUttyeK/Florlda, with. I served I with process herein and within .
PATRiCIA WALKER. In six! (I) Bale a mlmths from the twenty tiara' from personal service. lie, Cllalmant.. panied by a filinttfeeof of Ocala and niece Marilyn
Plaintiff.JOllT time the of this with nd ('(
of flriftWjbllcatlon
served processh.
If personally one dollar. fInd such claim or d. Redding of Gainesville spent some
'- notice Each claim or demand ahkll .-.'n, why the acid pronerty.houldnot b. vIII"
SAMUEL WALKER be la wrltlna- In duplicate, and shall be forfeited pursuant to said maad not ao filed shall AVRIETT. time last week with their parents,
Defendant late the niece of residence and poet fall to file claim
chanter Should you AdmlnUitratrlx of the and grandparents Mr Mrs
office addrena of the (claimant directed herein JudlEm.nt Av.
AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE Of.1 shall be J"cf1'10. -tir the (claimant aa entered herein a....lnt you la lldue Estate of Roiwell. E. Gordon Alderman.
ORIDAt, bin a..n '<.j/(,Kttnrkeil: ''''''d any such course"' Persons not pernonally eervd rlett deceasedC .
To John Samuel Whllcer, whose demand shall A. Avrtett.Jasper e'e a
: I claim or nor. *o filed with procenn may obtain a r 'e
residence' and addrea li unknown.A be void ,,f the petition for forfeiture filed Florida Amaryllis Starling'and. childrenof
awom complaint having been rMZABKTH M BARNFTTcotrlx I herein", front the undersigned clerk of I Sept 4 11 II St Jacksonville spent Saturday nite
filed In this Court against you the of the Lest Will court "
relief therein loucht belnv divorce Testament .of Rom Au. Witness my hand end the seal of with her :parents Mr. and Mrs people who can be trusted and
You are required to Answer saidoomplalei f :I" ttffl!* Bav Pt tt mien' known the shove mentioned Court. at Jkaner. Isaac Shiver. "r those who cannot, and she readily
on .1' before September ,f r, .. t rfy tt", Ron A. Florida, this IUh day of An* I .
11. 11(4, furnishing C. A. Avrlelt, -I He.tt aiyU.A Barnttt. ,II u.l._.. 1161. ; lets it be known. Although very
Jaiper Florida Plaintiff Attorney.a /!. nZ.. 'R MILLER Clerk ofCircuit It is well for thVheart to be Nalva kind and gentle fond of children,
copy thereof else decree pro eon First nuhllcatlorc on Aur tl I*<4Aur Court, Hamilton
feo will he enterd I and for the mind not to be still she be vicious If
against yon SI 11. Sept. .. 11 I Count Florida byREAL CROSS AT can necessary.
WITNESS my : '.d.and the office ( Alice! Jones D C. Anatole France Her is
lal seal! of this =: Jatper, Flnr "'Ij:" greatest dislike "snakes"and
Ma' this 11th day pf,.AafUlt. A D. NOTIC* Or* APP1ICATIOVXR i Sept 4 11 11 I ei ie e :'> ,1.;;' ;..oZ.,:.' she consideres: "worms""* in
I/e4, \ > TAX.DFF41Notice : ;
Mrs. B. W. WeDs of Madison Co. that ,
'If' group. r
(SEAL) J. R. IHLLER.: la berobytiven that Mrt ,
Clerk Circuit llton County, Florida by the following certificates has filed Notice In hereby given thai the
Alice Joa... Deputy Clerk laid certificates for a tax deed to bemued Board of County ComraUflonen will week. three times Nellie has saved her
Aur 14 II U. Sept. 4 "' thereon The certificate num. :'r.t.ldt: en Monday, for Septembertl eeee i life and should have some kind of
---- "' 1000: am a newboiler
her and issuance the
year eta< Mary Martha Lambert and child
IN CIRCUIT COURT to replace existing boiler In medal
crlptlon I at property, and the
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name Ic I which: It was assessed areas he Hamilton County Court Hou**. ren DeLand visited with Mr. and
IN' AND FOR HAM. SPECIFICATIONS: Since the writing of the above
follow i Mrs. ;
Ralph Cunningham :Saturday
II/TON COUNTT. FIR Spencer boiler 8C S 100, 177 quire old
Certificate No SS. the snakes and Mr. Devane Mr article Nellie went out on her own
IDA. IN CHANCERT. feet heating surface night Also spending some time '
of Issuance lilt
Year :
BR8SIR ... BRIGHT Iltatln output 1010000 BTJT per I Deas made a number picturesof initiative and hunted down the one
Deacj-lptloniol/'" Property lot 10 there were their son ,and;.famil ,
Plaintiff hour them AFTER they were ,killed.Mrs. that tackled him and
? got
'1vsJAHEI of Pinch' Reneeu See T., Firing' rate 10 gallons per hour Dr. and Mrs..Richard Cunningham away got .
WALKER BRIGHT, Twp. IS.DinEw/ lIE, ('ont.la.Nam. furnace volume ST.1 cubic feet bitten. She was rushed to the Vet.
I.g r and children of Gainesville.,. Stephens home from
Water content 1T1 gallonsoil got
Defendant In which accessed. Mr. R Burner Underwriter Laboraterle eeee. erinary hospital In Valdosta to receive
AUTHORITY! OF MJi1 TIE BT STATE THE OF W. Stewart approved o Mr and Mils Dick Kaka" of Jacksonville work around .S:45 and found;.Nellie treatment. The latest news

FLORIDA \ All ot laid property being: In th Forced draft barking funiously under the house from the ho p1talls'that'Ne1J1e Is I *
Pressure atomliedInline visited Mr. and Mrs
TO Jessie Walker Rrlckt. whMre t County M Hamilton State ol Florida .
.le>... sad addreve U ..k.ew..,. Unleiir such certificate er eertlflc fuel pump Franklin Gaston Sunday afternoo I Mrs Stephens emptied a.33 into the definitely,recovering and should be li
..A swore _.t.l.t ...1.. keei II sirs shall b. redeemed according tc, It ..U0l01 name\ safeguard I pile of snakes but did not kilj, henf 4a vie to be brought home In a few

; a Mr, and Mrs.. *. David. Ble"ins oLive Neighbors hearing the ishxty I t&me days. '1 ?JEvangelist
iII" ; Oak spent :Sunday; aftemob ...:L.......... .
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It"!' "'. '';. .. Z >lY.: (+_-"....n'Wol.t'Vt't' 4 mlt ..... .. ;&;.. _. ... Mr.. and Mrs,. d Jeorge'Young Sr. Seeks Signatures '
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.. :. j :;,. .\ t'';: : : : : 2' P" .R'I' C. :E. '. ".::""" ::1r :1- ,'" Mrs Sunday Onie afternoon Farnam were of. Jasper ReV.tand, ,To tifioi-UNt: :;.To'"Recognize God '

( The Rev Michael H. Lord. now'conducting a revival at*the Assembly
'Y t \ Evens; and
: < ": : ., ,I. :.. .. :.. t : ,. Mrs..D. L. son of At. of God In Jennings is taking part in an effort to have the United Na.
-. lanta are spending tome time with
Mons recognize God in their deliberations.
He is
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; Mrs Annie Morgan.. .M.. Evans
rs '
: trillion signatures the below who
( .on pctlroh. ,,Any. wish to help him may
: accompanied her sister Mrs': JV sigh the petition below or paste it on a larger sheet for, more signatures -
1\ Skeen and daughter; home who and send U within three weeks
to Michael H. Lord, Wing, Ala.
; has been spending. some time with

: her. Recognizing that real peace and "every good and perfect gift comes

'DRESSSAL'E I n frr-. God", we the undersigned do call upon our Representative to

F Mr, and Mrs. |Leo R bertson. the Un'ted' Nations; the Honorable Adlai Stevenson to present to the

Mcther and brother all of Lakelandhad General Assembly of the United Nations a formal and solemn resolution

supper Sunday night wish Mrs recognizing the Sovereignty of God and asking for Ills Divine help in
Robertson's mother, Mrs Eliza. their quest for peace and understanding among nations

I both Kramer and family. They
'\ weir retiming from the New York C t

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World Fair. "

: Andy Prine, well known movie ... .' T' ,

All Spring & Summer Dresses Priced with and television the All-Stars star in played Valdosta.baseball Andy --:-. .',} J.,.,'.tI" .:,'' .I.'". ..". \i 'f'. 1. "." 'I ,I''.-",, '. ',!:.'!ot\i.#. .t :, .r ..

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d is also playing the Jasper movie .. -
the 17 and 18th of>September. lie is J .',i'" ;t"1Aool'K'f' IJ ''"*'...L 'j

a resident of JeMings.'HEALTH. :!. ; .. ., t : I -;"I'1. '.
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All Reg. $6.98 Dresses Only $3.49 ,. ,;,t'' ::, I: I florid A You 5<<",Local,"Utdical al Vour Medial: Aieocuuoa.HERNIAS Doctor Society ol Uedldn.uU the... Occupational -


All Reg. $7.98 Dresses Only $3.99j ,; 'j out of CORRECTABLEInner place.organ Hernias:sometimes MOST have get for I

centuries been among the lead. LICENSES

:j:5.: : r, ing Aureliu cause of. Cornelius disability. Ccb.% .
Dresses ,
: Reg. $8.98 Only $4.49- i celebrated, described lit eeatnryiRoounphysician After ni > in .

only a few words, aiid'the'dascnptlon '
still stands. A hernia, For 1964 65.

: }:Y; All Reg. $10.98 Dresses Only 5.49 :' of gaD wrote a or loop Crime opening tissue or,knuckle is through the protrusion of an an'abnormal or \ .

be The, a natural abnormal opening opening that soy for, are due Oct. 1stYou

., : All Reg: $12.98 Dresses. Only $6.49 of some normal.hernia reason The is the mot is inguinal common wider hernia. than type,

in which. a portion of the..abdominal

All Reg. $14.98 Dresses Only ,$7.49 Such through hernias wall an contents opening and are into usually in the protrudes the groin.noted abdominal may purchase your licenseat

t in males between 19 and 45 the Tax. Collector's
years of age, although there are ., Office anytime
:Dresses" many congenital hernias seta
All Reg. $17.98 Only $8.99 in Infants. .-Y- .

: .. Most, physician today favor during September. i
,* f' operation to correct
the fault rather than the f' 'L
use ofa ..r.C.! ,

-.i:: 1)c1 '..., Still ,a Good Selection of Styles! ... j, false truss sense, which of security often, gives A truss a Respectfully 'r :: !

sometimes damages 'the ", soft ,
1' : ti.lue. especially when It is '< :rd "r ,
t, : '1 *' : ; 'r/: ?,i. Juniors Misses, and Half Sizes ': ,tight enough to be effective fO'':: CJ= '" ...'ULMA

Hard coughing or lifting !' HR'.ASuroLL
may 'II'.1,7"'i1- ;. ,
TheseSale'Price be a cause of hernia la,those l.. "
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TakQ of .:T t. _
a' ; : Advantage p areas where the structures are
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be pinched th.s shutting off '

AT Lan OF JASPER blood supply. Most hernias toy Hamilton County FloridaMVVWVMAMMtfMAMVWVVVVIvVVWVWWVMVW
9 5 day may be successfully repaired
through modern surgical

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r T And they wonder, as waiting the I everywhere Steel plays the dominant and the cost: >per> maybe we wouldbe "from the skiers lIe was a warrior went to Jacksonville Sat. August
@ long yean through I rote modem bridges. Today healthier (?) Certainly If there alright quick as s flash in reportls 29, for,the Beauty Pageant sponsored -
In the dust, oC that little chair steel 14 flghter and nearly twice as ms aa I iMuraace to pay It. And yet lie was Tennessee born!' fouet1Np by' the Florida Crown The
t- become c* cur Little strong> a* that of 25 years ago. The are wy honest with the Insurancecompanies. the evil War and was known as Jasper entrant was Miss Marsha
-" .$ "' oyu-s JJ c U. & toentate highway program Insurance is like the. Parson Reid In those reconstruction Braswell. The anal Judgementwent
C Sftieh1ciat d them alM.lQ"l theoVi nuSpeVil i5.6" Wilton' building 20;, rich uocle, let em pay It. days lIe rode to his appoint- to a JacksonwUlr girlbuti.
4t We&tesdays chlU Is fan ,of-woer ',au.wl...+ vwnrs-o+sw....< r.r IJ{,menu-,go oi ; : 'i ion to.$9 bfUion$ ,in the next 8 years. The Stella William Kindergartenopened and his Bible in the saddlebag.' fclflnei-r* "b1 BPRiiWi

** "* The U. S. has 500.000 bridges across On ic&edule Merx.y'mbnr-. rJ lttr atttt, r.I!, ,Of;:htZT-V tr $ibaw-tronWasper were
The Methodist+t Church here was1 f the main entrance! to N.t, Y.: ing.August, 31, with .30 little, folk. = I mmr: th4t 4 Mrtrpan: ":Brae9, Marsha Eli- ,
'" t the tl it' to tb'tpectal things for, I harboI'-u the Verrazeno Narrows About 20 of thorn win Tx* graduates t 1 teV } ,wetb'end Dent> Joel add Jeanette
... y vki 1Iuaa ( chlldnn. .Tbcy ,had ."Children's'Day" Bridge cost 325 mllik It outspans in 63.I wIur" Smith W .VsUocta,1'-folly and Joe
... I once a year back neatly 70 the Goldengate by 60 ft. It hangs I' fell ill and dial: Just like that. Grandfather I Walter Sapp and Lyn. Mrs. Maude-
If I have faltered more or less card; but nothing else special.I and the Methodists boys from 145,000 miles of cable wire. The ladles of h..WM. S. of the FAlbdto; church that week Havener, Mrs. Myrtle White and ,
In my great task of happiness tc I V8wn4ay Schools were In the atw*| [years and girl ago.are the envy of the Bap- There are 12 traffic lanes which :Jasper First Baptist Church gavea and let this ,mart:do his. p1or l.ng1with M Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pq>e" ;
If I have gone among my race 'Inons and when we got thna wed tist[ crowd. It was quite a day. I will carry 48 million cars a year between delightful party honoring Mrs. 'Salim.11,,I ,he'd: !i .
-t;- And shown no tflorioces morning- ,crush down' to the Methodist for was duly impressed. One of their Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Dole Goolsby nee Jane Kelly whose v!' .. 'I i l Mrs. Graham Black and grandsons 41
', face 'some of) their'glamour, 1 ota was !marriage was an event of June. It Road bull.1i.I1It< !M on in earnestoa.Carollni i' Graham in, and Ralph Black. '11
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\_If beam from happy human hearts. Of course my mother had told us mata speakers ant too her "Monday's child is fair of face, was a brides shower and many pro Street.Powerful niach-][l have recently returned from two .>|
Have moved me not. to come straight home but-we did were sport Methodists Lily; Tuesday's'child is full of trace;?:''tty' gifts were'on display The party toes pulling 75')'e'arl old pines;?trip] interesting trips. First they went t
Lord, thy most pointed pleasure not always do so father was a lawyer. Any way Wednesday's child is full of woe, ,I was s4 the home of 1'11'1.! Cecil Ken by the roots. |I I to Waynesville, N. c., Lake Junahiska ,
'take and stab my spirit broad i I btUeve Mrs. FrInk RUssell: mother introduced the theme. Thursday's child has 'far to go nedy.. ., i, Methodist Assembly Maggie
awake." Robert Louis Stevenson II 'started' the Sunday School inoartetri.eh. ', -Tm fgoir to preach 4 ermonI Friday's child is loving and giving: Mr. and Mrs.,Clyde Lashley and I I Valley Ghost Town Cherokee and '
.,; We went alright des j I and this shall be my text "God what Tovjeth Saturdays)' child works for its I I This Saturday night I sang (softly daughter Marsha 'returned-last'I I I other N. C. and Georgia mountain
Evergreen-Cemetery Is getting I Ise4 in our best clothe Our dear I a cheerful giver" Jtow living,,"i j I of course) thru 2 hymn book: week from,a,two.weeks vacation.In I places. Coming; back to Florida!
In.good shape. one; entire lawn I is'mother cautioned us to behave and i shall I say next. They learned all wa'ei their: And a child' that's born on the Sabbath frying to find" one my grandfatherReid Atlanta they:*'lsled( Mr. andMrs they went to see the educated fish .:
kept mowed. If a little more attention -((dart stop at the mulberry tree and 1 pretty frocks and day (a robust Irishman with, a Larry Smith then'on'to the mountains [I at Marineland. Then to Fort Matan '
,by! individual lot owners' It, can get all messed ts>. Judge and Mrs. speeches and sung their' songs. And Is fair and nice and good and gay" long white beard, and a quick'' of'N. Carolina and Virginia 'gas on Anastasia Island the second .
be a place of beauty., Dave,Johnson,had this tree in the we almost (not quite) wanted to Anonymous 'I''laugh' ) had ''
. ( ,. sung a song that suited seeing tfia".e .fr' 7ri4Cf stuig fratu oldest in the nation and a rideon
;learner of their yard. $, cpujd..almost Join the Methodist Church. There are those who think ; 'him the phrase that hunk in my ral Bridge M t w Caverns.Return the ferry around the Bay Interested -
Mr. and Mrs. Ra'mOoo'Stuer' pf step it off now) Ripe rnul- a wa mind was ''Fight soul 'tltf'daGghler" "
Bernard 13nch: is hole and ter-softener for Jasper.is a must. on my: ill lug they visite the boys. Three of them'for
Palatka were weekend guests''ofMr berries are such a temptation and to. .1 death etc. At last It came upon top W1 in Ja II6..ndldn."W. H. I Alvin Lleupo son -of Charles Lie-
heartY at 94 the
years. Once '
and Mrs. Ruben Daniels.Jr. On will then too another hurdle was the(''of Presidents and Prime Ministers Spreading In the U, S. now Is a My soul be on thy\ guard. Ten thousand Burnhani,, and "little: son, Scott in upo accompanied them on the Flo-
the weekend Raymond the
cotton on'the at
platform I
foes arise. The hosts of sin Jacksonville ,
I disease that has j
was asked by a young spectator no more cure and
come for several days visit.MfSfW S. F. WWailroad and good clothes are. pressing hard, 'to draw of folk (Continued on ffg 7)) I
considered the no vaccines. : to fight the viruses thee Quite, a .crowd., ,Jasper
"": >ftfjom> he greatest
'jW w t v i '" -v or not if was great fun to Jump on ;
.*, 'Mr. Jewett Dicker-of, Columbia, [them. .I II bran of the age. He replied emphatically that cause it. "JU'N\N. "t.-. .v .... ..oo:."." J....... -.J.J-. ---.."-.-.""- T"
'S.:: c.,rs here this week' visiting:his I I stop there at all", my "The fellow who does his I I The disease is Encephalitis or ,
mother. Mrs. Ethel Dickert and the smother said. There are sure to be Job every day. The mother who sleeping sickness.. .
Eugene Li+ngs. v I 1 I bad boys. But it was good fun, good has children and gets breakfast. I '
When he returns home his mother''clothes or not. The\ fellow who keeps the strcts I METHUSELAHMethuselah \
will accompany him. x |I And that was long ago. Methodists clean Jne unknown soldier. Mill, ate what he found In Notice to FarmersWe
Mrs Dickert has Just returned and Baptist both are very up.* loon'o, ,,men.. > never1 plate ,
And .
as people do now,
from,a visit to her sister Mrs. Ma- to date In. Sunday School methods
I White Did he note the amount of the cal-
xon t Tampa.., this'1964. the democrats and republicans -I''
. I I are, switching back an J forth ary count:
"Children's Day" once a year I ""The little toy dog Is covered I having lots to say 142 years oldNew ,fie ate because It. was chow .. .. Will Start- Buying,
H@ WBJUl't rflnhll had. ... at _UnnM>
back say 45 years asp was a special i 1 Mth :dust i I. York Alftv.--." -30-.000---.circulation___ 'J -- -- < 'UHDevourlr1lfa
event in the Methodist Church.,, But 'sturdy and staunch he stands I I always bether to voting republican beast,
= It wan the day of awry special Th little soldier is red 'With 'tames out definitely against Gold- roast or pie, f
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program, the boys and girls ,sang rust |'water. I To think is was lacking In granular New Ear CORN
a. and had speeches and were taught''And the musket mold In his bandTlme I The Republican Wisconsin State' fat .- Crop _
to give their pennies to the church 'was',,When the hue toy'dog (Journal never voting democratic I'Or a couple of vitamins shy.
for other children less fortunate.I '. wafneW 'J.4 now say it could not and would lie .carefully I "chewed- each speciesof

was the little Baptist girl who And the soldier was passing fair not support Goldwater. foodUnmindM
thought it ,all wonderful. We had But, that, weal the time when' In' Vermont the Jointly owned of troubles or fears,
Sunday School alright and got little Little Boy jBlue,' kissed them and Barre'*...'Montplier Times Argus Lest his health might be hurt MONDAY. 31st
cards for attendance and when,we put,ththerti."Now' \ and the Ruthlard Herald declared By some fancy dessert; .Jg.
had four we got a bigger pretier donttyou go !:fIt come", he I I last week for Johnson. And he lived ,over nine hundred

-- .. -_. .a I l 'Mid:J\t..&Vf I! The ten Hearst papers, which years.,.,L 1
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LONG TERM you any ...: ,
LOW INTEREST toddling off to his trundle bed ;ed'to' favor Johnson this year. Sharon: ind Ralph Gay and daughter -
he, dreamt of his pretty toys; *
Pamela" spent the weekend.
I' LOANS And a* he was dreaming. an angel, I We hear of Democrats switching I here W1 *tile parents.:;

A Thru the '\sangAwakened, 'our Litle Boy. Blue I rdbWh Vow'that'tour every way' time but ,it we does are not alt fOl.1 while Grandfather thtifpftrents Payton went kept to Pamela church. J.A. Mitchell Milling Co. <

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I I are long I We have free speech but whenwe Nearly i.nufflon students will be

Federal Land BankASSOCIATION But the little toy friends are true! shoot off our mouth It to often enrolled In" schools and. colleges A
t I Ay: faithful'to Little Boy Blue they on one issue and we do not have this year. Telephone 792-2051. t I" Jasper "

I, -.4 p stand all the" facts'' :, .-.. .., *... j
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Ohio Awaiting the touch of a. title hand, This Is the golden age of bridge u* to tile coat of medical care ..... .- I
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.,,' thaj,1S, ; wUl,JH war, ummers;Likewise .1' -" '."* "j ;;,; I I ,' .. .;
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ins disciples t concerning the Sec- The annual reunion of the Matte .if'. a'ty?>>u. \ "

i* front tfte .c ond'Coming.; : He.says to His coworkers -I hews and Hogan families will beheld I Y. I.iOCAU s-6 R :ti
,,. '0'ry 'Summer will come and at.:the V. F. W. Home In'Jas- .14 ; : ,
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r d.stor s S fticflJDark ; shall pass away.but my word shall 'members of these two families lire A Sonia Local el Y Medical i' '" not pass away." urged to come and \bring a well filled .' > 1 *'Medical,AMOde tioa, ., \ )
..'' What Jews was really: sayingwas basket, as dinner:will be servedat HOW JCE WORD t .,. '
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that He had spoken the truth|I I the noon,hour The larynx fa a cartilaginous .... ''
and what He had predicted would I boxlike structure at the lower J" .. '

surely come 'to pass.Men. "What ask wasIlia and ,, BULLARD'REUNION voice end of i i.the produced.throat,in Stretching which the New "Director": Jik Series1! ,7: .

Prediction With A Silver God's authority word eihos back, "He Is 'The annual Dullard, Family re-f acmes membranous the larynx bands are or folds two I. ... .
truth." Men may argue the point, union will be held at.tlJ ..Amerlcan of connective tissue called the. '. ..
Lining Legion Home in White Springs vocal chords. When small muscles
they may neglect doing something Florida with the memo .
on September 6, 1964.' Pic- connected t...
Our subject for today ia taken'again kind, to also, as man'He:was willing about It, but there Is no escaping f nle lunch will be served at 12:301: I branous bands contract, the Jt. ,
this Inevitable fact that God's word j ., vocal cords are drawn taut. :'
from Mark .13 and is centered to be ignorant"of "that great I P-nx ;i" \ Then when the outgoing air
arwnd the blessed hope of the return day" But He left no doubt as to the isand that Jesus will come again I passes through the vocal chords| : i- x ('I.
of ,Christ. This provoking fact that it was, certainly going to HUNTER REUNION MELD I they vibrate and produce '.
thought of Christ returning servesto come to as God had predictedThe I What a marvelous truth for Chri- sound.In .
pass '
move people hi various 'ways stains to take hold UDOT.: What wonderful The 3rd Annual Hunter Reunion | order to produce sound, ,
return.of the Lord :to earth held 1964 at| the cords roust 4raw near to
was Sunday August IS
Some would no doubt hurry to correct things can be accomplishedby :
is, throughout Scripture spoken of one another, stow tense and I
the Coliseum in Live Flu
Oak I ..
their ways of life, some would those who have by faith believed vibrate. Anything which interferes ;
as being sudden or.un Xpec1ed. __ Rir
probably make extra efforts to see believer who is fuUr Instructed, lit .this!: I Approximately 200 attended this I with the function 'of vibrating f..
their families, friends ; year. After lunch.a short business I will impair tone
J or neighbors The urgency of the Gospel is found
the word and plan of:God for his held. II jI
meeting as production.Some '
&. would safely In the ark of God. Still others life' is-constantly watching wait/ in the fact of the second Coming The group was entertained by persons naturally use _______._....__ .' .
simply ignore thoughtand of Jesus! Christ. In this verse (vs32) the voice effortlessly and ,well.
rush'madly on to ing, and yearning for the,return of there is a safeguard. Men,who love The Suwannee River !Jamboree. I Others have voices that are More generously] proportioned :f ..
The Bible says, ."He the Lord. (Compare Romans 13:11.1: God must I have an,urgency about Band from LJve'Oak.;. \/<'- I I11 thin harsh 'rough or easily luxuriously' '.... .
destructlon'j 14 1 Q 1:7 and Titos 213.) ( Women
hope within purifieth ; r. : ; I their, task when they realize the fatigued. usually have cushioned with dual. ';
Jesus declares the Jesus, being the Shepherd that f voices of higher pitch thaa .' t. .
full empact of the Second Coming. I that is hindering and this,is their contour molded foam : '
became t.
event to be unknown to all except. He was did not propose to leave God simply meant It M be this way, Oh, what an tqency spdritu\JV JPeedss c t men vocal cords .r..bortrr. -' .. 'V rubber, and styled io a :, '.
J the Father.Mark records the seemingly the disciples in'atate of confusion Preparing ourselves And helping to sly because we not have much J Vocal training !I. order to handsome\ square tub a-;.
may :
insignificant phrase "neither but Immediately gave them the par reach others has an urgency because time left! The closing question is teach people how to breathe ing! Call! for free ten. ,"f'l'
the Son", Indicating that as the able of the Fig Tree. Here was a I properly may improve speech.In of. .
God said HIs Son is coming simply this: "Where will God find I some cases-correction calls day trial in your
Servant-Son He chose to be ignorant lesson for the followers 'of Christ again and !we will not know the you?" and "what"will lie find you for femoral of, enlarged tonsils fice.: No obligation, of rcourse. :
of this day and hour.. Just as to learn. In essence He was siy adenoids nasal obstruction. '
This men to or
I time. causes spur doing when He .comes) afalnt,
Jesus was willing to endure hunger ing,to them, "You know that when 11 themselves on to get the Job done These are sobering thoughts, I .
ponder ,- 'j
thrist, and other sufferings! of this these things, such as the budding The tonal quality of the oice
in because them won't .?, .
Some die young age you | is sometimes adversely affected '
they chose to burn out for God rattier Nejrt week ) bj "obstruction as when the only $33.00
than rust out. This causes men duces Practical and upper respiratory membranes ,.
: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGon CodJyLiVlng.1 are swollen daring colds and 'I
I I to, t'ally examine their lives for any Fred chronic infection. especially in .:
sin In their life
I cnown or unknown the sinuses.: I )}
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i 1, City of Jasper, Florida, has passed on the first Order .Your. Trousseau. ofStationery "Best In Parts nd'Senic'e"* I' r

reading a proposed City Ordinance entitled as follows "

"An,Ordinance adopting a Fire Prevention ; New and Used' Equipment\ }
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I and that a Public Hearing will be had and held upon Th.rmogratnd lit / EASY TERMS SEE. '

the proposed Ordinance at the City Hall in Jasper, 1 $w i

Florida, at its regular meeting Tuesday evening, You'll bt M prpvd.f your.Iwslysbttansgi. ,dons .hi bsavMMty! CMTMI SUWANNEE. VALLEY. .\ ,

September 8, 1964 at 7:30 o'clock, at which, the and V.:
fasts yovV b* plsessd at lh) ssnslbt prlc* mode posilbl j TRACTOR COMPANY
Public will]be heard for-or again; (,the final passage ;i'.',
of the said proposed ordinance and that final passage C by famous" Coronet Thsfmogravlno. V ,
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I of said proposed ordinance considered at such 1ks t" Jasper Phone 792-6551 :
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time and place and that brdi4lance has been ; ,
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I least one week prior to the said dateof the said publicHearing. GIft Ulnu.JlIIIIH" ,htstteRa'. ) 1 RIVER FRONT''LOTS ; / ;

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r1 IIhurcesr I Linda Lee Longaker and Robert of the bride's book. Serving and =

I ( rI I II ,William 'Pletropaola exchanged pouring were Miss Lee Dunman. THE JASPER'NEWS
I wedding vows August 15 In the Miss Priscilla Gtuton; Mrs. David
: cAf, t Ftrs.T ; First .Baptist Church, Vero Beach, Berentsen, Miss
rf JENNINGS METHODIST: .. SnuxcrtMFx'ed Nancy Folds, Miss
I -Enter Rest Pray" I i' .Jaaper'it. .. fI" ; s I ,. Florida with the Rev. Donald R. Dayna Leigh Knight, Mrs., Edward --
I Putor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. r.Ut tJ. lierrfng ,'1 k rya frE Jones officiating The bride is the Ambrose, Mrs. Ervin Smith, Mrs.
Sunday School each Sunday .Vv.. 10 00 a.m.MotfSet4ic" daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Robert James N. Young, !.Ira. John F Gaston Smoker Says .
J'J Prayer Meeting each Tburs a s.n4" Lcngaker of Vero Beach Florida and Mrs, Thomas McPherson.
p.m.1 I
fL't ,
Worship Services 2nd and 4th : noo\. and the granddaughter of Mr'and Following' wedding trip to the (PI1 'ceo
Sundays at 11 a.m. and,at 8 Training Union '.y...u..t < 30 p.m Mrs Britt G. Smith of this City, Pocanos the newly-married couple

I "FIRST METHODIST .,I Evening' Service .47.30p.m.I -j who celebrated their 49th Wedding will be at home after August 29,
Anniversary on that: date 2816 Norfork
Prayer f MeetingISged..130: p.m Early Street Va
"Tbe Friendly Church"N. T a .-.._ .+ I s kM The'groom is the son of Mr and Out of town guests.included Mr.
E. BOOTH. Pastor )AK GROVE rVTTBCII OF CHRIST&tweai ; Mrs Charles A. Pletropaola of Vero and Mrs. Brit :jC.: Smith, grandparents -
: Jennings : Beach. of the bride. Mrs. A. L.
Jasoer act
Bunday School _.. 8.46: a.m. :
Horning Worship -_ 11:00: a.m. ui&'hiSunday ay 41 a I T"" With background of palms, .andcande'labra Marable Junction City, Kansas :Dr.
EYe"01ltnY1tf'rtEVENING the chancel rail was and Mrs. L. O. Ruud and Morna
Bible 10 toll
I Study
SERVICES MdojT draped with Southern smilax and West Palm Beach. Fla.,, Mr. and
., Worship;Strvtc I ../...y 11 to \ there were baskets. d gladioli and
Conrad Parker
Junior FeUowtWp ..... C:00 p.m. 12\1 Mrs. : ; Ft! Pierce,
Jr.. High Fellowship .. ':00pm. Sunday evening l! Service ...... : and chrysanthemums Fla, Mr. and Mrs. L.,MT: Bosley Ft
Wed.: Evening Bible Study .. S:00 Mrs. George Pfarr was soloist)I
Youth Fellowship00 pjn. I Pierce, Fjla., Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Worship Service _.. 7.00: p.m.1r.oth Phone WE82091FIRST 1 and Mrs W. L Hinesley, organist t Miller,, Ft., Pierce, Fla., Mr. and i.
Social Hwn 1:00 pn. BAPTIST CHURCH I The bride who was given in man'I Mrs. John G"Xongaker, Lafce' 'Oty, 3-er7e'9
WednesdaY Hour of Power ":1.5p. .SalelCanoa; ,. Pastor. lage by her father, '*pre a white Fla., Mrs. :Roaaleft. Cruv Prlando,
I The beautiful Bedding of Miss-an apron panel. of lace appttqued silk over taffeta( \t btn withan I :
10j organza : Fla., MJss DebnQlogue: Jacksonville It takes 1 carcfoU
E PRIMItIVE BAP1; I'J: unqay;School at\..._.__.. "9.45forijnjt : Linda Faye Selph to Mr. Edward I'net and the sabrina yoke was .detailed Empire bodice, featuring- Fla.,, MrsCWlJJiam Pawlik-, only one- >

( '&1. Study at 10 ..ml( ash Sun.Xanreh Worship! ,.*-?. 11:00 a.m. \Harlan Burnam, Jr. wu celebrated'. with matching lace appllgue, Doped Portrait neckline sca-1 I ...
TrsKfnc Union ;........ 8:45: pm.Everting I L_.____. __'_c..L !.:!...___! -.,
7 9 at the home at the Bride'sparents.
Service 11 M pAi. August She wore; a tripled ftnatip'veil with alencon lace and long le ; i : r
Worship .........,.. 8.00 'AIh91t '''''' T.T. .
j i. .. 4 Sundays each Month The Rev. James Webb of|I For her daughter's wedding Mrs tapering to;calls lily points over]I I'
Prayre.i5ervlcas/Wednee ITS EASY TO TRADE WITH US!
... ; ": ay .
SuL. 'Burnam
aacti Christian Church officiated
BYE OQ: p.m. Q40 wore a OUve'irteI1 silk and the wrist Tte,lace appliqued skirt
Elder M. DeVain,'pastor ..-IfI\'l", 'r.t p.m.r.lAlSPnJCHURCH I The bride Is the daughter of Mr. I lace jacket dress with matching terminated l into a full circular cha. I.
OF COD ,land Mrs. Joel Curtis Selph and,the ands WARE- REDDICK MOTORS
(. PRESBYT1HUANk ,,,whimsey Sceaiode: Her corGage pel train Accented by a soft fabric I
: ; z biioegrom- the son -of Mr. and was of white) { carnations.; bow at the'center back-Kw-eU I '.rto'
? t.: URCIIBLRV.Zant;III iaadays& toup't!*.*..... I 0:VO A.Al;"J 1 Mrs :Edward Harlan,Burnam.Sr, Mrs. Sts nail 1i"rnother'{ the was ot imported silk illusion attar : TRADES Yl1UR'w4i7s"; /';".' ':'''
Tbt Bevy William W Van Moraine Worship ._ l 1. .' '\ '..
; ?* ? n:00: of Jennings. M grOOm, iNo'ie'' to' embroidered o.
lace tiers
mnlovely light blue chef a J
1..day School--': .a.11:00r' m. Evening,Worship' 7:00 a.m.1 I laU wedding party stood In front silk limn with white hat 'and with and and she Cn.tiac-'Tempest Cadillac :
pearls crystals
access ,
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1 .; Services ._. -- 4, .Wednesday an fireplace In the living I r :: ,
open oriesJHer. corsage l carried of
: was of white. a bouquet or.
v.r- Prayer Meeting ...._ 7 30 .
: p.m. BriD'Your'T Used
M II. f1e Clean Cars
Candelabra with '
Cathedral carnations. >
,r' JASPER "a YIE i *' ?........_..M Mi.i.... 7:30 p.Hi. room. : chide,'ivy and stephanotis.-- 1 _. ,. sP I..... l
CHRISTIAN CHURCH .*,,', glowing white candles flanked each A iecepilon'lvaa'glven by the The Maid ct'Jtonor; 'was Miss t 'Vi\IDO "bEORGIA .
Rev. Travis Carter BURNHAM CHRISTIAN side of the fireplace. The mantle 'bride's'parent. In the dinning area Joye Carter and bridesmaids were :
Sunday School 10 am. CHURCH featured a huge pyramid arrangement I immediately following the cere Miss Louise J4&an Miss Diane I :ll:7AJ--. .

;: Morning Service 11:00a.m. James Webb Pastor of yellow and white pompoms mony. .. Btotzer and Mrs Joel Keen. Miss. "
r Sunday Night Service .... 7'30: p.tn. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00: :Miss Annaree Heirs, organist, rendered The bride table was covered Sharon Pease $4la'Jr} bridesmaid STUMP BROS. 'f

Wednesday night: p.m. Church Service, 11 a.m. &;'7 p.rn. appropriate nupital selectionsand with a white hand crocheted cloth They wore floor.length maize silk
Q cIr Practice Is: Second and Fourth Mr. R. Robert Touchton sang, over taffeta formal sheath
Sundays organza
The table
over yellow was centered I
.... 8:00 p.m.
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Service Goest" and "Have
prayer Youth Fellowship 6: p.m. I'WhltherThou with an antiqueurn with an arrangement gowns featuring a scoop neckline, CASH & CARRY
DIVONIA .APTiir'Ci'iU H' Every Sunday night Thine Own Way." of "'hltejand yellow mums \three quarter fitted sleeves and a
Trulett M. Comer.. Pastor The Maid of Honor was Miss El. The.bJr 10:00: a.m.: ........ Sundayschool ,BRIGHT POND (JASPER) Bio Smith.: 'The Bridesmaid was 'embosged in yellow roses I'were flat bows..of>.maize silk organza
i 11:00: a.m. ...... Morning Worship BAPTIST r CHURCH Miss Pamela Selph sister of the I: and t"rp 1 with thf traditional : with a blush veil The maid BUILDING SUPPLIES
: $:00 ................ B. T. U. REV.' PAUL IL MADE bride. bridal couple was'at one end'of the of honor carried nosegay of yel. '

'00 Jm. ...... Evening WonhIp tanday School.Service___._... 11:00 10:0t( a.m.a.m.Working The In attendants street length were frocks gowned of! yellow alike table. The punch bowl'mcrounded low stephanotis and white The bridesmaids carnations with .306 r South Patterson Valdosta, Georgia.

Wednesday nlcbt.prael'Meetlnc Training Union ___._ 6.30: taffeta,' designed with garlands of fern and mums carried ** Telephone 242-5566
__ '-80: *.la.t silk organza. over of yellow and white "I:
wan at the other end., .
Evening Worship ,.;.i...,.._ 7:80: with lcoopr eck. cap sleeves carnations. ," .
t CHURCH OF GOD Midweek Prayer Service every Keeping the bride's hook was 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
WEST LAKE and full skirts Their headpieces The best man was' Arthur Pittiusof
to:0 ,s.t edn&.Jdal: at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mlcheal Garter of Athens, Ga. I '
School I. "
of silk
Sunday! Were large bows matching
L ............ 6:80Yp.LI, Mrs. South Plainfield New Jersey. % INTERIOR PLYWOOD $2.564x8
Y.P.E. Sunday {.? TOPE BAPTIST CHURCH carried hand bouquets Cutting..the cake;was Quin- : ....
,, They
Thurs. .'.11 nM l ( organza. I were Ernest: A. Trsfacante,
t r Prayer Meeting. v. N. l 1."nowtu, pastor of Nosegay of White roses teen Deas.. J>\' Thomas Ritchie m' and Thomas M. .
WHITE SPRINGS = 6 y School every Sunday. at I t with. white satin streamers. Serving, punch'.was Miss Cheryl Fleming IV of Norfork. Va. Thomas SHEETS Per Sheet
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I. o' 10-30 am. Mr Lamar IliH' was best man, Selph and Barbara, McCulley.: Others Cavalear, a cousin of the groom of V?EXTERIOR PLYWOOD $2.82
J. L. McNeal, pastor thing ltt3Q a.m. & 7:30 p.m. 1 the were Messrs JoelC assistingj ere: Mrs. Wallace:. New
/ Sunday: School _.--110: :00 I.IDlnlJ Union;;...A.....;. 6:801: A'' Selph groomsmen, Jr:, and )Lavon'Bumam. Selph Mrs. Lawton McCulley, Mrs: a South'Jr. Usher Plalnfleld ;.Jersey, was sii&ts' .
>,, Morning Berries ..:_ 11:00. yea Meeting, on Wednesday atMISSIONARY : Donald DukesJTMrs. A G. Martin I.l 4x8 Per Sheet

r :\, Training Ertnlnjt Union _-.._...-..z::8-00 1::00 p.l p.dI" .'i "' ''NOlP.m.. ____ 1 all,"The! of lovely Jennings.bride, given'in marriage and Mrs. Arvel! Drury I[hall A followed reception the the ceremony., church 'social Miss JI r ,%" C. D, Sheathing Plywood .... $3.23

I payer service 8 p.nuFIRST BAPTIST by her father: *ore .a gpwn of The bride choose as her gluing a- PriscUla Hamilton was in chargei1iIi '
a J...Uf., Florida sheer organza with a controlled way outfit a Blue silk empire waist I I 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
.. METHODIST CHURCH J. SVj Tittsworth, Pastor skirt and full detachable train. The dress with matching Jacket and j! "
.1 Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard Sund.y,School! s.,-_.? 10:00 .a.m. front of the gown was detailed with accessories.don't % Prefinish Mahog. Plywood $4.80
EundaT School .-_....... 10:00..m. (Each Sunday) I
Y (A class for' every age group) Preaching Service Each Sunday M I t- 4x8 Sheets M
Worship Service_ 11.00 a.m. 11K)0) a. nu and 7.SO: p. m. per
Youth Fellowship ...... 8:00 p.m. "
)J : Prier Meetlnr Each Wcdnoida / SHEETROCK
.. $46.50Built
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE at 7.30 p.m. .. .. .... ....
) White Springs vry Sunday at .
Swift Creek, each Third. Sundayat .. Sunday'&haot i L _._, 1000 a.m.
loO.p.m.: Maim..., Worship, ...... 11:00 a.ra.Evening OVEN and COOKTOP .........149.95
METHODIST:'jCHUSCHSTATENVILLT l'raJa tu""lt." '.::30, a.m. Trees, In case you didn't know'i r
y. FIRST : ,GEORGIA Worship ._... 1:80 ;"pra are important In somq; veaalofthe 1 .5 Per M
7:.00-Prayer meeting.: I
FasOr ) world for reasons aver than 3" iation'
Allen Brooker. Rockwool
Ins ...... $47.00"BIRD"
.. .Sunday; School _.. U:00 ...m.Wonhlp GREEN RIDGE CHURCH possibilities ;
>> Service .Znd and 4th OP GODItev. around In parts of.Africa, for example
Sundays ...>_10...._._ illK)0) a.m. strands of .hair and nails RoD
Earl LieuSwtday
\, Jr. and' s 'Sr.. .MYP,:00 P.U.Each; Sunday at ..+Cehool ?.._ 10:00 a.n. from an ill:person are Inserted 15-lb. Asphalt FELT ..........."... $1.95
J' Prayer M etln. Each Thnrsdsy at Mornlnr..Worship __.,11:00..m, witlTydur Gar (into a tree. If the tree remains .
Wednosday'NUtht ... .. 7.30 : weD It assumed that the human
". .r 1f 8:00: em.t i p.ra BIRD 235 Ik; T. B. : Per Square
MYP Social Horr Each ThartdaySUWANNEE Prayer Service I t patient will enjoy a recovery.In .

CHURCH OF Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30: some, areas of India tf.a. SHINGLES? ..........:..................... 6.75
; bachelor wants to marry a wi
dow he .is first married to atree
Fadl. Florida 55 e,: CHURCH 9x9 inch each

.'1..or;. .Sunday School Bert E..:;..Wheeler..... 10:00: AJ& .Sondtf***; School 10:00 each a. m.Sunday at CHECK-UP NOW! man When'becomes the tree. ts an cut'eligible down,widower the- Vinyl Asbestos TILE ....._........... 10c

.. Services. Each, Sunday morninff e
Preaching Service ..11:00 AM.JEvetojj
ft;;, Service :........ 7JO: P.M.f' and evening From. thorough lubrication to Ever been tt -tree with your 12 x 12 inch Plain ach
o .I1 Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7AT. : wheel packing service leave it cleaning or laundryt Felt like TILE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH what lots of our regular customers CEILING ._..................... 9c
f' OOBINm MISSIONARY STATENVILLE. GEORGIA to tu. Our experience will save tell us they felt like before

.; BAPTIST CITUBCO ,((8 By rHcos W. Kannon Each,Sunday Pastor) you money and prolong fOur comlo to JASPER LAUNDRY 4x8 and 4x9 foot per M ..

I! .'; Itov P. M. Allen, Pastor Sunday School _-.,,10:00: tan car' life. Call now for pick-up &; CLEANERS for aQ their /2" Treated SHEATHING
:K-):-00 0. >: -Sunday School Morning, Worship .,_.. 11K)0) ajn. service. Wt cut,down the WOo .... $47.00
i h t J'I ,(except.fifth Sunday: ) Training Union ....__ 840 p.nc ,and delivery service. doo tree and make.you an eligible
jl rf)0.:-MenV Service I I Prayer.'Service. Wednesday at \ 1'", bachelor or desirable maiden THESE PRICES 'CASH

.6:00 p.jnTr Mng Union TOO p.m. Jerry Smith'sGULF XUh clothea cleaned at JAS F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE
TOO p.m.F VenIfl ; Service I : :v o at 7:00 p.m.wHrr CLEANERS. .
Prayer meeting Wed at 7.00 pjo.PRESBYTERVAN sTATiON PER LAUNDRY:f / '
SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL This wetfa household hint:
CHURC HOLINESS Bumed-cn 0innfi Jon oven or .STUMp.BROS
,WHITE WRINGS' J School each &mh1.10:00.) ... Phone 792-3781 Jasper wire rack can removed by .
Rev.. William Van Zant m \mahtoij service every XaJ and rubbing with fine sandpaper.
snhg Sorvic _749: p pr.S 4tk B day M Jl .... .4k J30: pjn. -. .. --

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Friday. September 4.; 1964' 1:Jtt-tE I IASPCR NEWS. i fASPER. FLORIDA J.- t < .PAGESEVEN,

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'6 i I Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Lewis and Bapfet-ChttrcttTner f _, ; : S
Cedac'cek \ Children Receive ,
Witt! ur.tf9nl.ef : lJ{ ; r4.Ji / .
i I Becky: have returned from Blounts- repor ,?'e{ wader 1 ,oP- l*; *. ". ; ,5ir -' ''
: 'town where they visited Mrs.Lewis more lt'C.and aftcnton.; WIchurch: : [U. tlpr.Ageji f. ? ; te :.('T-:,. ::
i ota rn Diplomas ;: :; Invites friends to the weddmgo
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parents. Mri : hrr.b aphis'partbt'ata ......
..-"t"f-- ;;\ *" } : The foPowing children' -e Iv4 Erlxton In the Church of the Nazarene .
'CJ Mr. and Mrs. John and He lnvite* ''au Jasper friends to
Dedge ,t diplomas from the Suwannoe River in White Springs, and ta the
continued from page 3 children Mr.and Mrs. Joe W. Sapp visit him whenever .they. cane Regional Library for successful reception which will follow ImmedIately

and children and Mr,,, and Mrs. Roy :T Wtf", s completion of a summer reading; after the ceremony in the
rida trip. Then on to see Interesting 'McDaniel ,and children have reI Copied rfTonY'Somebody s Boy" I program. I' home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ginn

St. Augustine.'Next to Jacksonville I I turned from ten days at Jackson'vllle COMPENSATION: Judge DanielA. I I A diploma 1st awarded to each across the street from the church.
Beach and the oM famous board Beach. S1mJn.,a'U a philosopher as child l< who reads fifteen books and I p > --

walk. From here to Mayport and .. well as a Jurist. a gold star Is added for each aiilt I
-with a pass to go to the Naval Air 'I Black The other day he made an address lanai fifteen books read. PATIENTS ix HOSPITAL NOWI
Voncile from
Station where they saw, many planes came up 'on the subject of compensation ,JASPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL *HammondMn.
DeLand and Friday and Sat. Mrs Doris Elaine
and;some U. Sr Destroyers that in which.he pointed out how the I I ""> tan DavtJ: Kevin Smith. 'I
,urday; ,with Mrs. Graham Black. I I.DI014E.DEA4q Vallie Lashley
:"were: t flocked there:.The Naval Of fl- j)'". .. give must equal the take and, the J 18 sus. Sally Srnlth, 5 stars Kathy Lanler Myers

: ceps"were' quite nice and did not"intertete'with li;, \Winston Rogers of Live Oak take the give."Something. I I Pennlngton., 4 stars Robert L. Dre- I Russell Rhoden >If
the boys ,more or"'I the'' former Miss Sarah ElizabethBrygnk' for,nothing" Is a fatl ( :<> sober Jr.. Juda Lois Albert Norwood '

,v Jd "e3ficdtkft I fob otibk'bisarTien Ji til1tft.O'Mr-r- Mi1: ey- *.-aatenaeraligion?finitehophy -, .NEWS..tfj'SOBSTITUTB ,, iandj&nsty ,WpodfrppiEIant: It1.on'1 f Mack ,leP4e sq j A,
down to the and every connection Ufe who vTas visiting[ in Jasper this
( ahrlmp'ani flaking W, I Bryan of Jasper and her aunt HONEY FOR HIGH. sum I Mrs. Uuy Deas :
boats and on.to an island where There is no one oq deformed or PRICED StKKR mer. 3 stars, Brenda ,Bembry, U Colored 1C11tll, J
they 'found nice blue live crab tobring j Miss Ophelia Bryan after a visit crippled but has something to give, sugu prices nda Bembry Fran Dunaway,Terri i Norvflle Miller
[of several days In New York and With .
t There is no one who can not earn at an extremely Lea Fine Susie Harrison, Pam Mitchell Cathlene Bristol' /
home as well as other |I' i
seafoods. ,,,the world fair sailed for "
Europe, high levcL many homemakersare ft Scaff. 2 state I
his way. He may need patient guidance | Sonny > Darlene -
In asking about the two va-They i ications ; plan to visit some six or se- encouragement training seeking.ways to use less sugar Dose, Lynn,Coptland Ben DISCHinaCD; SINCE LAST WK.I
Maybelle said 1 Just dl4'what 'I I Iven countries. tt
4 but still supply; "sweets" for their 1. Jlf'f ( "
but the potential talent Is there, j Utickler, Ann Tuten and Donna1 Joe; MitcJeanetteterline t' ,
the,boys,told me to do" They j I families. In limy\ fishes i *
It would be beter for each 'Individual syrup Young. 1 star, Melvin JJrown;;'Sue '.
took along suits to beach bathing | / (coL) &
; go 1 j Mrs OUleoone.. Mrs. Debris or honeys/nay he substituted
r U it f
to do his own charity ,Jones and Ricky Young., Diploma
and :were delighted that all motels : J I I Walker wing, Jacksonville Sun. were1! posible. It is beter:...elvb>win for sugar I Melvin Bass Robert E. Bass, Carol fi'I. JotArthur' rJ f I I
rvlre+'gtad'to have>.to nlcr [morning and attended church where Honey andi r.
the case of yours neighbor. tyrup are good sweet- Bethea, Dana Booth, Cettya Frank Young (cot)
clean Chihuahua more' fun for !'Brother Purvis Lawson is preaching users toe bre Jcast' cereal QUEEN
I The trouble is most tot those who fruits Braswell. Jeannle Carter. Guy Law Lisa Jackson I ON TOUR-Carolyn
the'boys. since leaving_Jasper,_It is I have anything to give don't have'dessert toppWgs.. beverages, can- son, Johnny Wayne Lawson, John John Adams ...... King national watermelon
neighbors who need anything. The 'died vegetablfs' 'or meat glazes. i lOdum, Constance Marie Pridgen, Mrs. Blanche Deal queen, leaves this month on

I' ADS I well to do really astronomical In additlon ey may be substituted ''Terry Shepherd. Linda Strickland, Shirley.Single\n( MC91\ a tour of the nation's majors
.CLASSIFIED distances from the poor. j for patio the wear In cake and Keith ywng.'JCNNINGS I Oscar.Ratll: >r,4 3.Mss. ,t 1 I. cities and watermelon-grow:

I Thus most people give throughthe or cookie recipes.. In general:when SCHOOL ing centers on behalf of th*
1 FOR RENT bedroom unfurnished J A VE SAVE-SAVE J I organized social agencies substituting honey for sugar use *1 star, Kathy Redding. Diploma I' Carl IneZ'M'COJ-: Watermelon Growers A Dto.
house In Jasper $35 per 30-gal glass lined water heaters, three fourths cup honey to replaceone tributors
and wisely so. Their workers are Joseph Allen Deas and Barbara AasocLstfoo She's t
month. OUie Farnum 792-5405 tfc $7493; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- I representatives ref the cup of sugar, and use one forth 4'nn 1 .. from Bartow.
the r
95 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers wood I ..
$19995; 473 lb. Upright Freezers I fortunate and well to do In their cup less liquid per cup than the 3! .,'
PICK-UP TRUCK OWNERS $239.95; 647-lb. Upright Freezers charitable relations to their. poorer armnunt called lor in the recipe. I Larry Poe, son of Rev. Leslie Poe .
Be in business for yourself: cal. $299.95;. 12-ft. Automatic Defrost neighbors. Cakes and:"cookies' using honey was killed while riding a bicycle In r ,v tI Smokey Sayt _

: ling on farmers, nurseries, grove' Refrigerator with 91-lb Freeze I Giving through the Community. remain moist' vhen stored espec- I| Zephr>hllls, Fla., I last Monday: I r SBBBBBBBsMsP101VuNNECE

owners, homeowners, hotels, mo- $249.95 W.t. 5-year warranty, atl Chest is safe sane and effective. I ally in humid'j Weather. Honey can Rev. Poe is the former" pastor of --- SARYlf!
( tels. etc..Complete set up factory Manning's Radio Service, call! 792- The agencies have, to have a good I take the place of part of the ougar: I the Suwannee Church: of the Nazarene .- Niw Arrivals

training sales aids, furnished In- 4421 Jasper tfc standards of work to stay in, and I in most cake.f),and cookie recipes. I located at the Camp Ground 1 .
vesement of $600 required, secured : near White Springs.
: however cookies
lis above reproach crisp made I with
"' Wlfl return 30% VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY the accounting I A son, Steven Neal.' was bom to
by inventory. profit best part honey ten4) to lose their crL'PI .. .
It Is the wisest and way. - -"- -
' with annual income in $5,000 In' Live Oak, Florida for all your I Mr and Mrs. 'Clyde Walton Me-
time. musical 'needs from organs and ness when stored. Recipes using This helps them keep their shape Ghin .
braket. Can be handled part Mrs. Edward Well and' : on August 31 in Hamilton Memorial
1945. piano.* to records and record play. Mr. and honey as their only sweetner can and makes them more atractlve
item since
Repeat sale
proven ars. I tfc Rusty were here last weekend visitIng be found in many cook books. I'm when served Hospital l"
Farming 'background helpful. For I W' her mother Mrs. Adina Simp-. 1 I sure you will'enjoy the Hot Honey- --
details write General Manager Box REPAIRS Cheese _PearsTlince pears are In
1105' Winter Garden; Fla. S664 We repair all tyros T. V.' and son.Also visltinr with her from Bell, season. 'I Occupational Health Problems Are The County I

radio.Also Small appliances.. Man were Mr. and Irfrs. ]L. W. Well and HOT HONEY-CHEESE PEARS Health Department's Job
HAVE rings Radio Service, Jasper 792421 daughters, Buzzy, Kaye and Hot Honey-Cheese Pears Is a dessert ,
Have opening for man 25 to 49, tic. three to tempt'.'one and all. Fresh
neat and clean in personal habits, Susan. . pear halves are baked with a honey Fading are such colorful but frightening phrases due* nervousness and fatigue In some workers.
DOUSE FOR SALE IN JASPER, as hatters shakes miner's asthma. and file cutter's Rock
drillers and
who is Interested in Income of over lemon syrup, then cream cheese Is \ I high-speed grinder: operators can
$600.00 month. Car necessary. Only 2000. ::See W. L Bryan ReVj"; P. H. Mabe, Pastor ofBright''Pond melted in each tender pear half for paralysis, but: in Florida there are other problems i develop bone, muscular. and nerve disorders.
Home 96 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-449.1, { Baptist Church was flnnl"delicious such as chicken Itch, celery rot, metalworker's' r
every'night. Company ,
in business. Maybe cant Reg. Rea, .;/Estate Brokers. U called,U'Birmingham: Ala. Thursday the like flltup. If you shakes and machinist's 1 bolls.; Dr. .Williams explained that hat-makers used to
years you vanilla Ice 1
substituted creamor
to conduct the funeral of Mr. develop a palsy, because of Inhaling the vapor of
qualify. For personal Interview:_l'u. ,BABBECXJEJi! ,New pit at Alapaha B jSavts. He returned Friday. whipped cream for the cheese This 'Is to mention only a few Industrial hazzardv 'mercury: used W preparation of fur for hats; tile-cut-:
your,area, write Mr. McGarity. P. Motel Restaurant. Now serving L lA. ** . and don't return the fresh pears to which the StateBoard, of lealth'tries, to climate ters'llrki-l ls was a kidney disease caused by In
r O. Box 627 Williston' Fla. 32696 barbYctirfl3 chicken and smoked:I ,: SALE the oven for the final five min.utes and control. ': ,haling, silica-laden dust. -
,FOR (I'
S4C mullet. Route 41 north of I' of baklniF.alIed for in the sec
j. Its.: delicious! Jasper.tic irt.lt* PAPER ipe' 'A portion' of services of the County Health Department .. i'Celery rot Is a skin rash contracted by some ...

HElJ'"-WANTED: Man over 24, .- .. :rHE'JASPER NEWS- If 4 fresh pears one half cup honey Is to, determine the 'need for investigatiou'anA: 'ceptabto people from' pink rot ol 'celery and has

t .vacancy in N. HarmUton\ ,Co. or Jasper LOSE WEIGlrrf f .I'I < oe',half cup: "*&ter. 2 !tablespoonlemon : : control of occupational health problems ,,througj b observed' on farms In Florida and Michigan.
for Rawleigh dealer. Full time Lose I juice; arse, half teaspoon grated the Use'of a program of survellance, Investigation' Machinist's! bolls It 'a: skin .biflamrttar-due to,exposunr + ,
preferred Will,consider ambitious weight safely with Dex-A I GBT TOO* FARM tOANSHenry lemon rind and one pkg. (3: oz!) solution 'land follow up by"t'" 'Division,Iof Radiological ;to elk1tamgpatt419 oils and cutting compounds1.:
Diet Tablets. Only 860,at your drug I .. ** Director' Di*.'
and Health by '
part-timer. Many,now earning $3 .... ... cream cheese, Occupational '/Metalworker's! shakes"J. an acute attack of chills
store. '
per hour and up.* .See Mrs. Karl M. ."..}. suei '1COIf40.nC < Cut pears lengthwise Into halves; Edwin C. Williams. 1,1,:. Met -rner' caused by inhaling fumes principallysine.

Howe, 101 Shelby! St., Live oak. or r!I remove corea''and arrange outside Last year the bureau made 113 visits to 72 estabt f. 1.C 'p;

Write Rawleigh FA 150 U70, Meldphis ,' ---- down In shallow baking dish. Com: llshments. Ffcrty of these Involved atmospheric .Otheif i industrial .hazards include fish handler's

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