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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: October 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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PRICE 1 Oc PER COP HAMILTON COUNTY,.JASPER FLORIDA- FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1964 ( LUME 94, NUMBER 33

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To" The'People Of I JasperSophmore Dove Season Opens Important MeetingAt State Observer Finds Goodr1

Hamilton' County I Class MeetingwwnsMnr I Saturday :Nooni i White Springs r1;
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:We.' the .Board of County Commissioners The Sophmore Class of Jaspeer to the field at 12 noon Saturday, Oct Tohlht Ba"In Election Here

'" of Hamilton County Fla., High had their first meeting of the 3, when, the first phase of the 1964 Resident of the White Springs lana

: ,have been caDecI@on to either explains 64-63 school year. First businesswas migratory dove hunting season area have,been imltei to attend a

clarify'or correct a state.. the :.election of officers which opens in 63 counties; according to meeting:, pn community development Jane 1, 164 The Deputy Sheriff at this poll In

went :contained ta the.xnloutes ot I were: President. Inez Hester; See A. D. Ahfcich. director, Carrie and Friday (Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. atthe I TO: Secretary: of State Tom [the late afternoon, stationed him

our regularamict1Ny meeting on retary, Darlene Bell; Treasury, Fresh Water Fish Commission. WhH**Springs" school. auditor Jennings To Play Adarhs self close to the polling booths andif
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: Sept. 1* U64...which read as,, follows Sue An;. Reporter, Brenda Levin. Hunting :will :be' allowed everyday ium. ":SI RE: Observations of May 26 he ,was not satisfied with the

:, Margaret Ann Satpp was selectedto from 12 noon until sunset thru The l\fayo.Here Friday Primary Election in Ham- conduct of some of the voters
meeting, sponsored by
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"'The Board:discussed a4 sttuat.. repnesent the ,Sophmore Class November 8 in most counties. Cbun flton Ccunty would make his opinion so known.

'kin whereby the:,amount of in the Miss J. 1L S. ponteest. We ties In which first-phase dove hunting ., group will featyre okftWhlte) a talk Springs by Mark citizens VVheexiirevi Nite FROM:. John T. Trefoil, Special PRECINCT I, located in Jen-

$.".00 )was ,paid to the Sheriff then discussed! Homecoming.ThetSopnouares : will not be allowed arftOrevtrdFTagler 1iPl" ;At f of Deputy Secretary of State rdngs: Voting facilities good per.
community develop
for the service,'Ot, a Guard lost two friends Vohjsia and Sa ;Johns.'and iiienrs .J1mda Power Corp.A I The Jennings Panthers will.play Hamilton'' County, with sonnel above average. Voter had
which they discovered,did not o( the.Btas thia Jliey were / : residents and a question that could b
.: '" yw that portion o fSumfer County north I ipoktemarr foe'-ttponsocing Mayo on the Jasper football field manly 7.500 roxl.1 not answered
,,, 'exlH.t"7tm Board'hereby rei, a Louise .jtnapphoweet: ;itGi{Germany of State Road 4* ;that portion of group caued the meeting "the most Friday night registered voters, has the so the Cerk Immediately r

; Quest theAO refund,the aid .Ronnie :Novgarl'Aho Putnam County east ot the St. Important/ever held .In White Seat located at Jasper, Florida. The called the Supervisor of Registration \

-.1, said amount of H4.00.to the II moved to Jennb gs. We welcome a Johns 'River and Alligator Point In Springs"; He said it wUl be of interest The Panth. r''record for the year County has twelve precincts; the for an answer. The only Irregularity

Board 'pf County'' Commissioner. new member GaD, Warren., r Franklin'County. to s JU persons concerned with ta one ,lose and one win. Coach larcier two precincts are located in observed was that the t
The request JDT, tUber an expla'natter Jasper and the other ten Clerks would tear both stubs from
.i I Dove hunters will be allowed' the' future of the White Springs Hinton said he was looking for a precinctsare ;
: clariflcatton, or Direction second win.Jasper. located throughout the County. the top of the ballot before the vot.
dally limit of 12 with 'a totspossession am.tdbited'foltaldngmiyratory
.\of the ,statement above Was made same time, fulfill the duties of aprard.'Therefore bag About one-third of the approximated er cast the ballot and allow the voter -
by 'Sheriff: QnrUe Rhoden In an when the bin for limit of 24. Hunters .---l- -- 3.800'oterrs arc negroes.. to later deposit his ballot in

issue'of The Jwpea ,News dated a guard was submitted for the must possess valid his ling.IIctf\IH: ) : ; birds. Goes To About 99%\ of the voters are Democrats the voting box without observation.

September 25, 1964. month of January 1964, we declined available from ,all county Judges. ,.the balance being registeredas I..PRECINCT 3, located at White
Duck stamps are not ,for
Shotguns must be plugged to three- !required ,
W# do hOt wish to engage In any to pay it. .. taking doves, bo'Mhe'redto.take : I Monticello Friday Republicans and Independents. Springs in the City Hall. The pr- f ,
form of newspaper debate I and it The'Sheriff has the authority to ] -- ..-:"'- i. ducks, and.geese'when the 'The County Officials all appear, to sonnet'were above average in Intelligence -

is our sincere bops that this article hire such guards as may be real' : .'oteJ'fowlaealOl) ppens.Aldricb'iald Nite( bet.\vel (juallf led'people. and those and cooperative. There

will not be constructed such. We onajtye anA necessary for the pro. Paul l HendrkkToSoeakToPlT.A.; "there,}willbe, rivet| concerned with the/ election process were no curtains: on the voting

have written this article,feeeenM .tectiortbf the public or public pro. : patroulrjl on early dove and marsh i, The Jasper Bulldogs win journeyto appeared,to ..be Wca.ted.to. ,con stalls and privacy 'was therefore;
we believe they ttttths ofHaroUtn'County ] party ,However, in order: for the : : hen shofttng by+ both 'state and Fed Monticello this Friday night tome ducting'good and fair elections according the minimum.: I was told that because

have a right: to be.fully; informed Sheriff jt: be entitled to a fee forgQafd The I Ant meeting- the JasperP. era! enforcement. officers to I t the Montlcefio team for their to law. I the wrong keys had been forwarded .

r' of all the facts surrounding I hire he must actually. hire the: T.A., -1Dr the U64sehal year see that 'all regulations are enforced second win here this Friday nlte. ,With one exception., I believe I I to the penOn' In charge oC

> the question raised by Sheriff Rho.* guard and the county commission will be held .Tuesday evening?,Oct. W,Urge all hunters to abide I for that all I Violations of the election the poll, the poll had not been op.
era must. be satisfied that the guard '6th at 1:30: p.m. in the Elementary by all huntina regulation and second The Bulldogs win after: are looking beaten a laws which I observed t> were' conv\ened to the voters until 8:00: a,m.

'den.At the throe ttbe ,County Prison"( was employed. The public statement School Cafeteria. to hunt safely rt all times' ,; Hunters t well Lake being Butler team by mltted In good.faith with ,the, be- PRECINCT s Small wooden
a organized
Camp was.cV ed. ;.Sheriff Rhoden t' advised usuhat Jis needed the that a!guard was not hired Sheriff Osaliman'has an interesting program writ on the,lands of another person done. This exception was placing of In the country The building

vices of a full time JaBer,We ,Rhpdox's ,statement to.the'publlc lined up for the evening. Mr. they are guests. Respect the own. The final score in the game last a newspaper on a desk at the poll, was small, hod no screens, and

ily agreed a Jailer was needed sn.1 affirmatively shcffs that the, guard Paul Hendricks one of our own er's own rights and property. Good week "was 20 to 6 In favor of Lalfc k opened to show a political\ adver would be poor for any use, including

should emplOyed. Sheriff being charged against, n toft County $Hamilton County '. en/wU1 be'the manners. lIMp down: posters which Butler. tisement. t i I voting. Small closet-like roans
den hired Jailer and we" e*. I was. not .actually performing, the guest speaker.Dr. ., [keep you out. When considering the election were used as voting booths, each
mmissioners have paid the Jailer's duties of a. guard but was only a- William Kyaer.:) Presidenthas from an over-all standpoint \ be- ''I ot the rooms having a window 4

salary each nonth thereafter. available to perform such duties. appointed( Mr. Clyde (Kayo) : lieve the election wan well conducted which could be used to pass ballots !
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months of This is the very reason we declined \or any other material or Information
During the October. McChin to serve as,Vice President and the 'will of the people
November and December, 1963, to make further payment for a to fill the vacancy.created In that ;; -. oj i manifested. I specifically noted ''I from the outside ot the buudIno I

Sheriff Rhoden submitted* for our guard and requested) Sheriff Rho office by the transfer ot Mr.'Jesse : that Negro voters of the commun.ity to thaMnside. A newspaper wasI
1, approval, a bin of $8.00 per day for den to return the monies paid. We Woe from Jasper.This sppotnrrnent :t were given every opportunity to I left I lymg(opfh on the desk showing

guard hire. We paid Sheriff Rhoden did not take the action being complained will be presented' to the group f of express their chok"ss to who (one of |the c: n \\ditea' picture. AU i

.. for this item of expense: during! of by Sheriff Rhoden until approval at Tuesday's night meet l \\'QUa'renr*."mt li em.Y. (Soa ..campaign;poster was on a .
,. each of those three months. This this matter had bean throughly discussed I .' '. eornm nb"11\ by \islting .. 1 tree", ,about 1M f.vvo<*M' from. ,..tu.e ..........."I...;...,. '

i payment constitutes the,amount in 1 witha,State Auditor. TheAuditor ntra, Temple Drescher/, Membership : ',lbe:office.of'. ,.Anrt')atpay; J5uI -.'place;
[ ;, agreed ,with pie poard'Wewadd W 1filvC ilClr Is ....
question. j jI : Chairman,and 1 committee,. ryWo.of.jtaglstrUon. .... the otfkeftle : Concrete
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'*TuMd.'wh4tichee, was being: I[ tike to point'otlt"I hi:j parent and other InhVreJtsd.in. oUr I Redden..the;Sheriff. Thereafter I poll were of good caJJbre and ..
i biased for. at the rate of |8.00 per j I I' the amount in question aa k'reflected,f'school :children;;to,Jom i'.now.';':l'of.n. ( visited the majority of the pre- voting facility was good. I s.wr I
day, "was actually Deputy Shrift I by the minutes Is in error. The cor j Grace,polk'Publication Chairman; cinch met moat of the other County I'violations of the election laws <

This DepntySherlff was red the amount is $736 00 and the ,(will be happy..to:Accept 'subscript I officials and various other pro. this polling place \

ing the
the duties of a guard. He was being our. next regular meeting to l elect official ma1l Zlne'o/, the' National( It t seemed to be the general practice that found in 9-A and for the same

paid a salary for the services ren- this amount. [Congress of Parent and,Teachersand 1- In aU precincts throughout the reason, poor Personnel were 9

dered ea a deputy. We, as a board, Respectfully submitted contains' a wealth tot reafly County to allow Illiterate people to young. Intelligent, educated, and \
reasoned that it is impossible for THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,fine material that every'parent will :..: i with the help of one election apparently dedicated to holding a \

one person to carry on the duties OF HAMILTON CO. benefit from reading official, or any member of theli fair and good election.At .

of a Deputy Sheriff and at. the FLORIDA shell capacity, and rides are pro- 5 family, or a friend At several precincts .
--- --- --- ThiYgroup of Bear hunters be the most of the polling places. I
-- --- I good looking proved to only I observed spouses voting together --
asked about the procedure follow.
{Comment from fhe.Capital/ successful hunters to Mil a bear on the State Supervised hunt in thl and often an elderly woman I ed when a person requested help
I ..t< or man would be helped In their
Osceola National Forest this year. The bear weighing 175 pounds was I Iin voting I was told (and observ-
voting-by their daughter. As
son or
I Curiouser and curiouser killed by Durwood Morgan and proved very elusive but could not .;het a general rule the people who were I(jed at several polls) that help would
be given on request by one of the
,by Van Nell it awawy. running the pulls knew the voters .
Pictured left to right standing are 'Earl Young, Emory: Carter and were not overly concerned with election officials or a friend or .
t member of the family would be al. "
fertile Jerry arnt Franklin Fouraker. Butler' Hughes, Bud Dens" Durwood the marking of the ba'lbt. 'lowed to help. As a general rule, \ '
Ever read Alice in Wonder Still another field for government officials who, according I The following' Is a list of certain i ':.
land that fascinating story the illogical and the grotesqueis ; to well-founded rumors, Morgan Pcarsafl Fouraker, Mike Kelly, Kneeling: Sonny Carver and places that I visited and exceprts I the election officials knew the others -
about a little schoolgirl who the government's continual conspired with Baker in those"improprletles" Robert Wetherlngton. Kenneth Tuten also present took the picture. \ and allowed help to be given
from notes about what I found.
invasion in the labor-manage ? No comment. my
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finds herself in a strange topsy without question. I do not believe
turvy world populated by oddball ment relationship, invariablyon Mhy weren't key witnesses Ooffice o Supervisor of Registration
substantial -
characters: with no sense of the aide of the union bosses. called upon to testify t Why Ann Malpas Is locted at the that there was compliance
logic whatsoever? I especially Our nation'is based! on the weren't important leads followed \ 'THE, AMERICAN: WAY County Courthouse In Jasepr, Flor. i with Florida Statute Chapter
remember that at one point tradition of freedom Individual opt Why, in short, was be 101.52 of 1963 Florida Statutes
to
( Ida. Mrs. Malpas appeared
r enterprise. the investigation com .
I. 'when things were growing more never However I do believe that the
quite competent and capable In her ,
1 and more preposterous, Alice'bwame Yet the Administration seems pleted No comment.Curious ,w2vW
to confused she could dead set on the notion that just about what goes on position She was most cooperativeand violations of election lawould
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joaly exclaim ."Curiouser and, about every JVrnn..lean shouldbe ,In the Defense Department tip I 7010 11DU 17lT 1 1is asked for lugiP tlona. She I have been reduced greatly had the
?, wrapped and delivered to Better resign/ yourself to frustration LOOKOUT officials been instruotlons
curiouser! t up 1'D CAN'T MAKE stated it was her hope In the futureto I election given
That pretty much sums up unions whether he likes it because the'Department FOR YOUR ANY MONEY tt hold Instructional sessions priorto as to their duties on the day
or not. has now put into effect againits
ithe Tniy ':jroinirs-on oun personal in reaction the world to Look at how civil employees old hush-hush order,Nobodyin WELFARE. ON A :n the day of election to instruct 'before the election and I recommend
today, were unionized lock stock and our military services (and PICKET LINE! the election officials on how to conduct 'I that the State or County pro-

'. For example, I know that barrel. with dues collected and this includes the three Secretaries elections. She pointed out that vld> this Instruction.
Soviet Premier Khrushchev is'dedicated paychecks clipped accordingly. ) is permitted to talk to many election violations would be The absentee ballots cast In the
: to the destruction of reporters except under tightly, and countedthe IP
election
< controlled l conditions. committed In good faith by the people were opened
our country and its democratic !" ii..1 The reason for this latest working at the polls because !It t evening of May 26th In the Cbun A
: way of life.He[ has said so quite i'I' .-{lamp-do, Is that somehow or '''' r--- wed IrnpoMJMe for them to read ty Judge's Office 'at the County>
and he continues to G c
clearly say J -
.It.1 know that just on one small : pNN other the public'manarcd-t to ) i and understand all of the. instruotlcnal Courthouse., The County Judge, i
.f find what really
out was going
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Registration
island the Soviet Government i,r .II on in Vietnam and created a / material furnished to themon Supervisor
', is spending more than a million fl--: ; ,. great fuss about it. the day of election. The office County Commissioner examinedand
'.' dollars! a day to sustain the I From now on, the public will was neat and well organized. opened the absentee ballots. F

power of Cuban his dictator communist.Castro 'JPr ti" f ...:, get! to know only what tha Department I'RKCI.VCTHi: Located In the I could find no irregularity in the y
who flaunts
-supplied arienallnourface and wants it to know.A County Commissioner's Room In procedure and would have accept. +
whole Soviet
In
point was a
dares us to do something about ,/ \ case flotilla stalking the Mediterranean the County Courthouse at Jasper ed the ballots that they did accept
mot
it .. during* a recent crhllln The location was flood and quite anti would have rejected those
yet, in the face of all this, ..-l-i- ...__ the Cyprus affair If you don't adequate The voters entered atone which were rejected.The .

.,the United States and material its allies, -:,;; y ::" 'remember reading about it,care door, approached the election canvassing board, which was
Russia
selling -
are and 'to guess why you didn'UAlmoet table, obtained their ballots and at. composed of the Chairman of the
plant equipment technical And, hat about the directive as tad,as censoring
C
Hoard of ommlssloners.
County
exited through a rear
know-how making ter voting
arrangements
; the news is the age-old practice
the nation'sExecutire
that! went'out from rr
for lon -tenn credit and Offices, stressing theurgency of using government channels door. The personnel handling the the County Judge and the Supervisor '

)0) 'heelphbrushchevontoferonomieditilculties. of unionization for civilian for spreading political polls seemed! to be dedicated to or Registration, met Wednes
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I employees at federal propaganda The Adioinistrsv- conducting a fair and honrat elec day morning. The election was
In the meantime an tion'a current "War on Pov ,J canvassed without objection and
and ,
projects? r tion. I observed a man woman
tanker deliveringU.S. has
American > been
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grain to Russia had shots Is this the. spirit of individual referred to examp variously as a I voting together) and asked if the: returns approved and accepted.My .

tired across its bow and was enterprise T Or is it strategy to smokescreen, red herring and a d this was common practice The examination of the returns disclosed -
boarded in neutral waters by cage/: more retest thinly disguised appeal for answer of an election official! was no irregularity
Soviet sailors who held the Strange, too, is the fact that votes come next November At that the man and woman were JOHN T. TREKEXL
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at for five hours our government, which I is supposed rate it somehow
crew gunpoint any manages married and prominent citizens SECTIONS 101. I.10t.071. FLORIDA ..
Wand. "treated them like to be the servant and not to create the impression' that .
Animals. the master of the people and poverty and ways to combat' it Labor Day Reminder Apparently} such a procedure was STATUTES: Assisting Illiterates
By now, it should I L. ftbvknis which is supposed to rely on are brand-new discoveries mad considered all right Anyone ,asking .At The Polls When Voting.
hat every time we lean over the judgement of' aa informed possible by the allknowingwisdom for help In voting apparently Honorable Tom Adams-, Secretary
I' :") ckward to pleas the Rus- citizenry.spri! ;yeas, we merely leave our. time 'and e8efgiesbtiing''the' MafT. Bat the troth l i. that tIM CHAMBER :OF COMMERCE: SEEKING MEMBERS out question as to the necessity" General.that It would be urn '
t ,pelves wide_open to s well f sl- truth from the pabli*.: Federal government is already: ,
thereof or question as to ,{their lawful for anyone to enter the voting -
administering 42 different
ulaUd kick i in the pants. For example, do you know : pro STOP! THINK!
J.ook back in your memory! the ral fart 'tot,.UM BobbrtBaJctr grams designed to.nreoale the right to receive the help. bOOth' or1 voting machine:: for

,. (iwr times that planes have rase t Ton probabl.con't.and Cause* of poverty. Their,com-1964 Have you :sent' in your membership dues for |1964.65 to PRECINCT St .Polling place located the* purpose ot assisting a person le i ian
y.1" shot down -' and plotaVV. will. The appropriations In the nan of the County "tbe"t'OUnds- of Illiteracy alone.
probably never
Sld crews kilted -In so-e tl.
shdioUn incidents.I in %9 Who.pr ocrati(_i ritr ended its Inc Alice Bright say..Is a way. it's why not do so now? The Chamber of Commerce needs was inadequate Anyone desiring occupy the voting booth alone ex.
pr
aid the i .ettiptJon'} with the remark Isat handicapped
almost a shame that she to enter the Courthouse: from the cept. when physically
dentT->et us. ..oiaanugsrrrsr
in _,
avery,Does ssy'4lf .sH this nuke ,that MiL Baker was guilty" of around to'sea what's going oa your support. ? rear walked thmigh the voting as set forth in Sections 101.051 and]

'-ensstNot that I fan-Pgurs "gross improprieties. But today. She d probably of it. get quite JOIN NOW I I*'; area (which people, did all day). 10Ul61. Florida Statutes.
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PACE TWO THE JASPER d E 3bL S JASEER FLORIDA w i I" Eriday. October 2, 1964

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r CORN PICKER es only halt this 'much, while another -,, Rabies In Animals 1' SENATOR EDWARDS' October 4-19 Fire

almost dccfcles the average DAUGHTER ;
WED 3Hje ijasper Jetost
l' CAN BE SAFE! loss.".'* Increasing In Fla Well known ,here where he has PreventionVeek I

visited Is State Senator I... K. Ed
The proper operation pf a'mechanical As part of the program memfccr Rabid bats and, raccona are being wards of'Irvine i and Ocala TheE ..ifloternor FarrU Bryant joined,;' Published Every Friday "V, '.' *

corn picker Increases the pf' Jhq nap er Will try to visit found In increasing numbersIn watrds.'.' beautiful daughter was' with Florida fire fshter: this week :.'. Second Qaa. Po3tage Paid at. Jasper. Florida

t'" farmers yield per acre-and PI'O per many far.n; families la the 'Com Florida and this prompted the State married in Ocala Baptist Church I In proclaiming Oct 4.10 as state> Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
operation is sate opeation. says munity. Safety reminders will be Hoard of Health today to warn parents last Saturday evening in a well attended Fire Prevention "Week, and urging
left with each family. Dampier said and of the !i I 13.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Ou side of County
Paul Dampler. president of the Jasper pet owners dangerto and very elaborate wedding. tui all out effort to curb 'flaminggedleii" .
Chaptem of tae: Future Farm -- -....---."-" children and pets. Martha Jane Edwards given In I In Chit stat:!. .... Cards of Thank 1.00 Minimum

k ers of America. Dr. James D. Nichols director of marriage by hen father, wa:; wed ..Tbe Governor said almost 1IM)0'( ) '' Telephone SYcamore '2-6331

',. The orgaruzaUot: participating ACCIDENTS begin here the Diyision of ,Veterinary Public to Harry Douglas Davis of Valdos. Americans will die In tires thin, Mr. and Mrs Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers
i In a nationwide program to reduce llealtii said' most cf the bats are ta. Ga. Chi Omega Sorority sisters year with at le",1h. time that

accidents due to endlessness daring : bet :5 fun:* in Central Florida and were among those assistnig at number suffering painful and often Grove Home
the corn harvest. tin this connection he recalled that the wedding reception. The Chi disfiguring Injuries. ........ ...... Thornton Named Maple
f 'the first diagnoisis in the United ,Omegas also entertained at one of .He pointed out that October 9|
'A safe corn picker operator: has i States of a tabid bat was made in the' large parties at the fabulcus marks the Wnl anniversary y of the 1 Dem. dub Meets

"""' !M only feour-aner thence>inva million f emu / tx": t tHfflsboroCreh* tt.rfII'I953.. The-:;'MW'Golden Hills,Country,.c ub:in greatChkage a rite.. :"' I 5 ',100 I kNotherjv;Division,,...L 'On Wed.1;80 prfn. Sept. 23rd Ma-** tv gps' ....
of being hurt on a picker in the I i!The raccons are in scattered partsof Ocala. Mary Jane la a sorority; sister peraoiM died and more than $1101 pie Home H. D Clubme t at Mrs
next live years while the averageoperator the state: of Mrs. Spessard Holland of millions in property was destroyed.I!I Engineer for F. P. C Unda Waldron for their regular

standone I, In :S, aC'C.'OfG- I | Dr. Nichols said that any bat I I I Washington D. c.. who Is the first State Treasurer and Fire Marshal |I monthly meeting! The meeting was
Ing to the University" of Illinois I" found on the ground "most likelyis of three generations of Chi Omegas Jf. Edwin-Larson Joined with |i David M. Tliomton has been (called to order by the President
;
College of Agriculture, Paul said. I I rabid and should not be touched I the Governor In urging complete { named division engineer for the Mrs. Nancy'Morgan. Devotional by

"A careless operator has a 0-50 THINK All parents should warn I childrennot cooperation with ..*_1 .fighter, Northern Division (Monticello) of I Mrs. Linda Waldron.
chance of being seriously Injured J R. E. Lee HighIs I
I I to'pick up any bat or bird since groups. and In the application of Florida Power Corporation replacing I Roll was called and minutes read
. In The the next U. of five L years.showed the (small'children cannot distinguish' be VictoriousThe commonsense safety precaution B. L. Griffin who has been tran by Mrs. Effle SlstrurJt memberswere
study Cooperate Is his Itween the two. cawed by esreissuess and thought* sferred to St. Petersburg announced present and 2 visitors which
average, corn picker' loses" about I Pf A Salt Cora Hams?Program addition: pet owners should J. R. E. Lee Scorpions open. lesness". division manager, R. W. Nor I Joined the club during the meeting.The .
of the Dampier
ten percent yield hate their animals inaculated a- ed their football season with an "La said "fires affect date set for fish Sat.
if on fry
every man. Thornton had been an engineer was a
said."But one operator in;five los- ----- -
galnst rabies because we have .a overwhelming victory over Lomax one. When a fire caused by carelessness In the division engineering department. Night Oct 3. Supper served around
numebr of instances of rabid bathbiting I High of Valdosta Ga., with final '
-. a burns a business a home"of'a lie Joined the company .o'clock..
dogs and cats. An animal scores of 46.0. tire
forest you lose because your in 1959 as an associate engineer at Wednesday October 7 was set
Public i HearingA may be rabid several days beforeit The victory waS made possibble will
Zoning Changes insurance rates ultimately re Apalachicola and was promoted to to cook doughnuts to sell for the
1 actually show signs\ of .being by the superb tackling and block- fleect the higher'posts Involved. .. engineer In 1962. He Is a native of club. Meeting was then turned over
\sick, so thre Is no gaurante.that Ing of 1.. BrIstol. R. Lumpkin, W. 6"he financial "Tpst is often de-
Public Hearing will be held,before the Jasper Bfckley, W. Va, and was .grad. to Mrs. WhIte She gave a very in.
normally-appearing dog or eat Flanders, J. Kaymore M. Miller and the.
vesting personal tragedies
uated from West Virginia University cresting demonstration on window
L fr Planning and Zoning Board on Thursday. October |la be free of the disease unless .''':and our outstanding ceenter L. An- often Involved too frequently. wreck with a degree in electrical :beauty,'which we all feel was very

> 15, 1964. at 8:00: p.m. at the ,Jasper: City Hall it has been vaccinated. lkl'/OrL lives as well l.as property". engineering. He is a registered pro.: helpful.to everyone,Meeting ad,
So far this year there have beenreports : These boys opened the door to let "
to consider the following: I\lour' Hale fessional engineers to the State, of journed. Refreshments, were ser
score
41 back John
cf 27 rabid bats.
raccons. quarter
I I. Petition from R.I I A R-2 and Florida ed by the hostess..
to to
rezone
1 dog 2 cats 2 wildcats and Ij' three touchdowns. W B. Clardy

I authorization to install trailer park, for Mobile, skunk ..I-,***-(I two R. L. Cooper and R. ,Houstonone ,. CARDS I .. "

Homes on.property owned by Mr Woodrow Wise Rabid animals especially wildone each. N""' '
I lose their fear of humans and I I The J. R. E. Lee High Scorpionsare iOFBi : HOUSE FOR ,SALE.
and described follows Bounded the by U.
I as : on west thus any wild animal which seems expected to continue their winning

S. Highway '41 on the south by Ci E.; Courtoy.; on tame of sick should not be handled, streak under our new coach THANKS In Northeast Jasper t. :

the east by Woodrow Wise and on the north by Mrs. Dr. Nichols said. Raccons often attack Mr. Pad' Green.' and**" with your .3 Bedrooms on Large Lot With I '.
dogs ,which Inturn may bite,help and support.
J. G., Black. humans before showing signs of We would like to take this opportunity 3 Huge: Pecan Trees,
,. ._
You should be but -- +- thank all wonderful
present, objeCtions' or non rabies. to the ONLY $3,000 ..
objections may be-, voiced by petition or. other repre One rabies develops, there is no summer have picked up rabid bats people' who helped us ding Buck's -1cAll t

sentation. cure and death Is certain. However have been bitten and,have had to recent accident. S -- -
H. anti-rabies shots may be given tin take the painful and expensive God bless each and everyone. of W. L. BRYAN Phone 792-4351

ROBERT FISK mediately to persons bitten by shots. : you: ROBERT EHLERT Phone 792-6331
City. Manager what is thought to be a rabid ani "If there Is any doubt or question The J. P.> Holloman'fl

I, (Li.1I ,mal. Several children so far this ,,call your county health department. I Registered Real Estate Brokers ,

PUBLIC I =' -

NOTICE -

ji' I.: (IN rite COURT? or'.', THBrorrNTT : RIVER
J(TOO 1'']. ; HAMILTON FRONT LOTS
34th IN PROBATE COUNTY E FU>mDA, S i i

tfii/IIt IN nn. : ESTATE:BIl All DecMurdTO WELL.ORGNTTYs FORCAMrSITES

AM CREDITORS AD! PER.
'
110'1111' HA*i ING CLAIMS OR OF-.
--.r: MAN AOAINHT SAID ESTATE:
Vow And each 01"you ire hereby : S
notified and required to present any ;' : : ,ORPERMANENT i
,claim and demands which you. or
either: of you, majr hare aajainsi the :
entkte. of GRTTYS BHASWKLL, ... HOMES
caned. late of old County to the
.
rti Count r4" .d. ..of-HamlNnOoBntr
e '
i I F1orM4'at tit mkl hh..effece'.tnthe'eoerthnuse County hi Japer( ,On i the Withlacoochee River in HamiltoH i County, Fla

from Florida the, ,within time of nix the: calendar first publication month Terms as, low as $10 (down and '$10 per' month.
1 :
', '" of this notice. Two copies of each Drive north U. S. 41 State Road No. 6. Go west
''>I.' ,04 i. 'if 'l ) claim or demand hall\ be In writing on to

; ...:.. ,f/; .' .} and and shall po.l state.'flee the addreu place of If residence the .leiL and turn right on State Road 143 to property or write
fW .," r i mint, -ih' fliW'i.:; to"r by; the
I o '. 4 claimant his agent, hU attorney aid Florida,,Campsite (Inc.'P. O. Box 607, Jasper Florida
NEW FALL :> accompanied by .. filing fee of one .
"FAMOUS BRANDS"Dress : I dollar and such claim or demandno ,AD 64LSH6 t "F" 1 IB.STUMP.
-" so filed shall b. void. "
Shirts Lenora Hra.weliAs t
SUITS admlnlntrntor. of Kxtate of
"- nltAAIYILUDeceased:
1 Short and Long Sleeve ...... OKTJV ; \ -' -
First publication September li, 1MHeptcmber
Dress Shirts in a 15. October 2. t, ItIV BROS. '
/ Remarkable Selection By / ,
"
'I '" : THn. COITRT OF 'THE ,
3 t' of Collar Style," SiYLEMARTFine S "" rcrt'NTT' : COUNTY JtTfMIE., KL01UDA HAMILTON CASH & CARRY

Solids and Stripes h IN: I'UOBATB
IN RBiRSTATB OPIITTIH
Regular '$5.00Anniversary.special I Worsted in all the x Deceased LENS I

i \ TO ....1. CKnillTOHN AND'\ PKH BUILDING SUPPLIES
I Nose \\l\0 il.AIHit OR DtM
'New Fall ColorsTraditional
For MAD AGA1XST SAID> KSTATl! !
.
2 You and each of .you are hereby '
And claim notified and and demand.required to which preaent you any or I l 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

either of you may have against the Telephone 242-5566
Conservative StylingA estate of HATTIK LEN dr awd.
late of said 1 County, to the County i
'p $5.00 Judo of Hamilton County., Florida. 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
Complete Range of at hl.'ufile. 8 In the court house of "
aid County at Jasper Florida, within % INTERIOR PLYWOOD $2.564x8
'. six'calendar months rom the time ...
(:r. ., Sizes in Shorts of the first publication of'this no.
I d tlcet Two copies 'ilr each claim or SHEETS'''
demand shall be In writing, and Per Sheet
.
I. ;J l Regulars and Longs. hall slate the place of residenceand
post offlc.Hddreaa of the claimant %EXTERIOR PLYWOOD $2.824x8
LADIES BANLONSWEATERS. and .haU.b.'a"or..to. by the ....
r ', claimant, hi. ....t. or attorney and ;
59.00'
$55,00 tx post office address of the claimant SHEETS Per Sheet
f and shall be
sworn to by the claimant -
.\ : hi. agent, or' attorney and C. D.
aroompanlftd by a flllna fee of ... % Sheathing Plywood... $3.23
dollar and such claim or demandnot
ri .00LADIES so filed l shall I be vni4.David .
Both' Cardigan and tik1 44 BprauldlnrAt 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
Executor of the lA>t "
I IL Will and Testament of % Prefinish Mahog. $4.80
I Pull Over styles in'all s, ; AI IIATTIH Lee. d.ee..dFirat Plywood
: ,I publication September IS J984Hcptember "2.. .
ill U. Oct. J. f, C 4 x 8 Sheets M
The New ... per e
.
'. e. I. i" NOTICE OF K'A I %" SHEETROCK ..__..__..._...... $46.50
Fall!l Fashion' Colors fiK FOR TAX
I HUGE GROUP, Notice is hereby given that Mrs.Orrie .' Built In
: v NYLON TRICOT' Moore Kendrick the holderof

only Ladies SHOES the following certificates has OVEN and) COOKTOP ...__:...149.95
SLIPS filed said certificates for a tax deedto
.. i be' issued thereon. The certificate Per M

$366 numbers and years of Issuance,
q Many Beautiful Styles the description of the property and 3" Rockwool Insulation,, _.-..... $47.00
the names in which it was assessed
By Famous Makers are as follows: "BIRD"S' RoD


Reg $3.95 ,to $6.95 Certificate Year of Issuance No. 28. 1961. 15-lb. Asphalt FELT ............_... $1.95 '

: LADIES NEW F AU.DRESSES'. Description of Property: Lot 10 ."
of Block 8, Reneau's Sec. 7, Twp BIRD 235 lb. T. B. Per Square

2S Range 18 East containing tt
$266LADIES I acres. SHINGLES .............__........__.6.75

Name la which assessed
: Mrs. R.
9x9 inch each
W. Stewart
w Pumps Stacks, and All of said being in the .
Asbestos
property
l' \ Vinyl TILE, ...... _.__._ lOc
County of Hamilton State of Flori
Flats all the
: Eagle's Complete line of in
: F..
'JL SEAMLESS da.Unless 12 x 12 inch Plain each
DRESSES the :'t l *,. Fashionable Colors such certificate shall be
LADIES by "
l' "' Fall redeemed according to law the CEILING TOE ._..._.........__. 9/ic
j ':' World'sS. Most Famous Makers are* '. HOSE For The property described In such certiA.
,' cate will be sold to the highest
\ r 4x8 and 4x9 foot M
.aXYLt Selection per
: '9lf Offered at Reduced Prices During;: .: A Large of bidder at the court house door on "
;t trap ;fcf I I, ..''t the first Monday In the month of % Treated SHEATHING .... $47.00
'S r Our 34th. Anniversary Celebration .1.1..1 I I I Ifx : 3 Pair For Elegant Footwear November, at 1100 am.. 1964.
'* .>-. I< Ui33; ;(" which U the second day o( THESE PRICES CASH
.", ber. 1964.
F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE
',' .00 Dated this 25th day of $' NOY'ftn-I
.
......wI; $2' $1.00A. PRICE 1964.
OFF Y2 J. R. Miller. Clerk of STUMP BROS.

Circuit Court Hamilton I
County. Florida.

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, L Friday, October 2, 1964 :1: ; JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA I PAGE THREE

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JIo' ( f'.',.. Dr. Kyser To I White Springs High 'School News

t I ': f I: Attend State Clinic
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f f',, : -. ", .MK'-V. <. i "iwiff \ ;: I Dr, .William E. Kyser, local vet
,
.
erinarian, will attend the 35th
"* Vf : r r'V ? '
;::' ., tr / 'c ? Annual Meeting of the Florida
i \ t ", !
; : : 't State Veterinary Medical Assoclat.

ion to be held at the InternationalInn
;'' CURTAILED BUYING SLOWS Tampa, October: 4-6, 196-1. I
l
Out-of-state: distinguished speakers ..
I will include Drs. Carl Clark and

,n. F. Hocrlcin of the School of 1"
'Veterinary" Medicine. Auburn University !.
PRODUCTION .'.' I ; Dr. C. E. Cornelius, Uni.1

; 'versity of California, Davis Calif.; I II

a Captain Herschel Flowers, Fort cr 111r
(Knox, Kentucky; Dr. C. T. Mann\ : II I

I Practitioner, Little Rock, Ark. A-

BUYING iCEEPS. IT Imong Florida the will featured be Drs.speakers N. C McCull-from I
NORMAL
t. ough and! Joseph O'Mafley,Orlando) I
Dr. J. F. Gennaro. University of II
a ti Florida; ;and Dr. Leon Schwartz, I
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HUMMING ALONG ..t., rtr1 Tampa.annually This program sponsored Is cne by of the the Florida many I I

.. State Veterinary Medical Association Student Council: member! Paula where the Htunlentn can go before
I n Mnp.r. ,.. .J. to present post graduate edu- I Allison, Ijumy 'JUrrW uf'.' till!. school and after lunch to rent anti

s ,0 J cational programs for its members home, RhcbA Morgan,'flaky MeL, relax.ThU.

.. 'I (' over the Itate.District. ton, Glen Lln! tex and" l Virile Pants project wan started. last year
-Ii I
.t t _,.1 ui t worked after,,prhwl' 11 "sat .week by the F, II. A. girl. who purcr.aaed .
.1' R' ''I.' .. Masons\ (hanging curtain and iicrubblngchair some of the chairs. The council

I ., t'' U. f'" ;,:,1:. i ,)I'' In tile new. Student' Lounge. purchased tabled and curtain material
r 0' 0 ,.. ',I'WO .... ,, ri.tl.# ; ; Meet In Jasper .1'They' were insisted by Debby' Tay to make It 'more attractiveand

t, p....' .. \ :---.. .. ''f> .A lor and Tommy JmKry; under the I comfortable. ,
; .:t .. .,,, The plstrlct }Meeting of theSown'1 mipert'Ulnn of! 1trt. llIIdrl"tl..OItn.1,,, TIle council also haw accepted the I
." A '" ., II'T' th'MaVtonlc District* of Fiorida.'wtll 'Student (Oonnell "I.III-r.| renponmblllty of keeping the! lounge ,1:,

.'. t I "1 ,. ....; ..Jjjs beheld 'tn-Jasper, on Saturday I| This lounge U one of 'fhe actlvtt- clean and orderly an well a* con- ,
1'I\I,4\' evening, October: 3, 1964.. District''1 ten, "IKIMof'l"lt| by the!: Bturtent Council trolling the conduct of the ntndent I II
.j' Deputy Grand Master for the Seventh of White Spring $e1rol, to help I a* they participate In the activities
District Is Guy McGhln of Jasper I'I! the student. get through this year. of the lounge.

,i ,) i ", ; and the host Lodge for the with an nuK'h comfort a* ran be I Reporters: Sue I11l1hou
I event' will be John M. CaHwefl I arranged.' Thin lounge. In a I plum and Paula AllisonNEWCOMER
1 1r ..
Lodge No. 70 of Jasper I I .

J Dinner'will be served a! 6:30 |I -......_ .. ..- 'j:
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4' -
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p.m. at the Educational Building ,(i \

",.' of the First Methodlst.Church: din. j! .
1 If" I neer will be frcpaied: : by the Ladlesof .
the Jasper Chapter of:the East- Let a j.' to US. iAIL I,

rn Star. Following dinner, the mem
"- bars will retire to John M. Caldwell

Lodge for the annual District Meet- the
,. Ing. ditortt. .
t j'
i
r't" The' District Meeting 'will honor

St'Q4 the Grand Master Masons In Florida ---- -. fi.
.. Hobart D. Pelhank who will
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j -- be In atcndance at the meeting. TO THE': EDITOR I LIKES JASPERTO

The Seventh District Is composed COW ALL T11F3iI: PEOPLE 'j THE EDITOR '.
of Lodges in Hamilton, Suwanneeand '
.r > Columbia Counties. w n: witoxnr' I My coming to Jasper has already, !

.. Senator Spflnl\l' '.1lo1lantl, Senator been a blessing to me. First be.- ;
George Smathers, Governor j i cause it was God' will for me to"
.. OBITUARIESCHARLES Burns, Congressman Don Fuqua come and to do HU will among the. .
E AYE fifty Matthews; Charlie Bennett, people of this area. It has long .
&cretary'ot Agrkdlture,,Doyle E. been my practice to obey God! rat.
Funeral services. for Charlcti E. Conner,' Secretary; W State Tom her than man. I love men and all
.: Aye, 89, were held Monday at 11:00: )() .
Adams and many others in Florida people, but God's will comes first
p It. ) rO' \:a a.tn, In the chapel of Harry T. Reid \In Georgia we find Governor Sanders in my,life!_I belong to him.. I am
F\1neralllome. Mr Aye, a resident Senator Richard fUtateU, Senator bought with, a price. that price lathe 1
of, Whtte SP.taln\ <'e I960) diedThursday
1 Herman lC't1m1I'1Iid! many ; precious blood of(Jesus. He be* ,:
Sept 24 in-thitamIltonMernol'al "
other fficial. Xi\liiL Neighboring came-master of"my*U'fe and I be '

Hospital Ue was a for. 'State.. Allot: th V'Mtwwfable, men I? came HU'servant'The ,: .
1 met i residctirot>f Wheelipfe) MissouriWhltt rJWvNirftonal '
!'tiav
are suDty/rilni? pupa rwotJfl hl''p' <> recelveil
\ :..., -:" I 1q thduAtoc: a .tterjMrI. 4ratlY tlefiet:'SD. e =i c .;o'
1Jit'
MCQhritf
,: : \ "i' .. r I wrong err their on of t pllnatY a0 trhrtHy '
'. i ;. f' f Spring. Fla. and'fwb Ions, Jacob Johnson'> 't MWtt Presided! t seems almost like being lathe,,( old;
., Af'J' 1 Aye of Houston, Texas and- Wesley lof the United States, the first southerner -, Home Town. G
jk' p Aye of Chicago, ZlUnoi i'
:j 2 Active pallbearers were: RayVetherlngton. In over 100 years to sit in theIWhJtehou..e1 I My ministry here will be one of"*

Otis Wetherington, These are important I(Prayer, service and dedication, my
J ; Jack Snell. Lee things for all of us to think about. I ministry will, extend daily Into th( :
Pearsall Fburaker. MR FARMER I would like to, ;:; ;YI&'ti m'd8ytoday :
.f ri ixton and Bob Erlxton t Rev.:Poe'; I lives
this to the farmer of our own
pastor of the Facil Church of the say *o I do my beat to show that
r Nazarene, assisted by Rev Bert I community. You had beats t; think at least I have been with Jesus- l lI
Wheeler officiated. twice before' you help to 'elect the have been through Jasper many

k'. Interment: was in Evergreen Republican candidate President times in my life, coming to and fro,
for In his own words he say that
in Jasper. Reid Funeral but we never know where we will
I Cemetery he Is, against rural electrification and I travel thin area --t.
Home was in charge of the ar. go, now as
,., rangemcnts. 'Ihwram.> which has meant so muchto daily I think of the things J knew
the rftral' areas of our country,
4 I of old a* I traveled through. this
II I "In his own word he lays he Is against -

w'e: :" ; ; Fish Supper At I our present farm program, area.Many of the great pine trees have '

rL: ; : :. Including the stabilization program faded into lumber and the lumber 'f 1
J I Lake ChurchOf ''and for our tobaco :
West price supports Into homes and other buildings.
II' cotton, corn and other..crop*. You The once flourishing turpentine f;;.
God I and I both well remember when we business we noted as passing f.
r1r7. !
'. .. ;:; .,
"", [.', had no stabilization price supportprogram through has dwindled to almost a
: = ... Saturday, October 3 starting at I I and the Jsjfl tobacco companies stand stlfl. ." '
;t: 4:00: p."m. will be a Fish Supper at took 'oily, toi'nctQ-} what. \
'I Where Highway 41 was once our
i 4. :. West Lake Church of God. There 'ever price they chose to give, us. I mode of travel through thlf area ,

will be a charge for plates and all ,.Today we have that program and Interstate 75 has row opened and :
I t proceeds win go to the church. we can thank the Democrat In Con Dow ;
longer have ethe heavy
4 no
I \ ;q is Invited, for this. Wtt
, i : ::7 Eveeryone so please, greu had
: of traffic that we once
'0' come and enjoy a delicious meal.! <, Yes, these<< men Ifited above know I
,._;.. : .',,\y. ,f ,. these facts. They have been looking I A* one the area pulpwood passes industry, anotherdawns" thri I
,
.' 'j. ," Student Council j,after cur Interest herein the South I'' V.,. Tobacco has become a money .. ,
.
.:' : and U we can't give them our support I
: \ then the word GRATITUDE' crop and now we hear of a new area \
\ Plans HomecomingThe of Industrial Development for us..
.
,' should be stricken from the Emsttsn ,
1
notice has not changed
thing
..,:. language here In the'farmingsection One I
.
Student ,CouncU l l"of ,Jasper that is old man river.It Just keeps tt
: '. .. .... j High School had A meeting last of our Stare. rolling along. Let us take courageby
\ I They know that our only hope is '"
.. ,,' week to talk about several things. unchanging flow, and go to-
} :,' (
to
f keep the part In powerhat ha
,',- ;;; The meeting was called to order ward higher and better things that \..
instigated and passed In the Con-,
,:. -" : by the President, Don Wrthering- God has for u* if we Just be faithful \
practically piece of
Kress
Wr" ton. Mr. Powell greeted u. all r every and true to him daily and hourly
legislation designed to help the
.. *m ,
nation on
and informed the the greatest
s'f\ "..4\ usi on importanceof we .ant
.:. farmer, the-veteran*, laborers and
'1,(.:, ...... .. the Student Council. the old folks'of our nation. People Earth. Why, beecause at least we
____
\ I have let it bee known that we are #
:1"/"o; i' Without hnltation
$..t. any a secretaryTreasurer I who needed It mart
was elected. Ann ,la God fearing nation..Let us never
The Democratic'1:party has done
j 4 ; ;frII Camp was elected to this office, I I,jiwt that, and mOat of these people I target He 1s atm Gal
P. II. Mabe, Pastor, Bright
Hal Tuten was elected SargeantatArms. know this to be; true. The Republican .
.
r Pond Baptist Church.
( :. 11 I call this socialism In the broad

;: We then 'discussed homecoming sense of the word.

[CONSISTENT NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING which is to be held Oct. 16 with Ye, there are a few In our community and County officials are doing fora

\ the Mayo Hornets as football op. talking and working diligently : Democratic people who put themIn
<
A committee was for Mr. Goldwater That
I }", pjnents. appointed tal office.
:- /KEEPS DOLLARS"BUSY ..CONSISTENTLY '' by Don to contact all of, their privilege'In Oil free country. What these official. need to haveIs
; Some would like to call back some,
'. the organization wishing to entera Democratic in May
a primary
: J 1 float in the parade. Sadie Cox of the Coolidge and Hoover days i
: every four years and strong Republican
: ; is chairman of this committee. ao that what they have accumulated opposition in November of

t : It was decided that this year a I'I'I In wordy good would be the autcne so that they' could
ADVERTISE REGULARLY In + first and second prize will be given doubled and tripled In vttue, but at I enjoy two years good old campaigns I ,
I to both the atudent organization I the expense of thosenot so fortunate every four year '

.. and the .ctvio organizations. The Sincerely,
: wiQ be 7.50for first and These are Just a few of the
,. prizes $51 James G. Blade Jr. Registered ,:
: for second. things ,we should consider my
"". ...: 'J" We ten elected Linda Fkmnell friends, A whether you agree with I Democrat.
': to represent the Student Council in meor., not, I will certainly feel better J
.,.: 'Q Jtt'i'1f11s11tt fte1tJ! : ; the Miss, J.H.S. Contest.- Good having tried to do my little J'Hamilton County

: hick to her! bit for my party ThU fs., what my

I:,' '111! .J. ,' ., ., ... .. (L> We discussed the matter of Joining father would have me do if he Annual Sing' j
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,
.r' 1,. rt \ ;I. : the National and State organizations were here" to advje .We and what .
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: 'H There will lie a small fee;; but we fathers' would have you .do, If they at Burnham Christian'
; .t : a \sue" : .{ ; all thought it would be well worth could tell you today just what ,theDcmocntJc Church will be held Sunday. Oct MI.

It; thus deciding to Join both. Party ha i I done for i I. The singing will start at 11

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v E'FOUR' THE JASPER': .N&l W JJ ; JASPER. FLORIDA Friday. October 2, \1964''


FIRST I Mlckler,! Mrs. Vftri. Pennlngton,'Dupree' Mrs. Betty'J. Mlkelf'; Ele.Imentary Charles TompklnsMrs; Charles DR. REITZ PREDICTS resources effectively, had stirred great"permit us that luxury;"

I Brad Vinson, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. I IJI; Mrs. James Duna- Watson; EXCITING FUTURE imJglnation and enthusiasm of Dr. Watkins pointed out that Extension -

r ; METHODIST Brewer, IJohn>' Lewis Mrs J. ,;Elemen-tary Christian Vocatiom-Mrs- Tom more people than any other single) hal made more changes in ,
FOR AGRICULTURAL
Williams, and: Mrs Henry Vlck- I[ ;. Owens, chairman, James L. Duna activity In the agricultural field in months
NE'VS' ors; I 1II. D. Pickers, Elementary V-VI; way Mrs. Ernest Courtoy, Dr. EXTENSIONDr. many! years. the last JweTve to eighteen since
f \ Billy A. Jones, Jr. High; Mr. and fred Mkkler< Mr. and' Mrs. Jack I To get DARE job done, he said than in any ten.year period
Second, to the Church School of in 1914. One of the p
I iMrs. Robert fine. Jr. lllgh Cour- son Vir on, Mrs II. D. Vickers. J. Wayne. Reitz, president of will take the.best Extension has to Extension began
'i' FAMILY FELLOWSHIP /fleets: \Y.'R. Dall. superintendent, will the University of Florida, today pre offer. rignificant changes the taking of
salon James Senior of
; Dunaway, Leaders these Workshops
t: MEETING Mrs. D. R. Kirknian, Membership dieted that the next 50 years of Dr. Reitz emphasized that the 4-H Club work out of the schools,
Iliffh Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dan be Rev Tam Kelsey and Rev.
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Last Wednesday trie First Methodist Superintendent; Mrs Shelton Lew. Agricultural< Extension will be i I challenge of and home demonstration will help to pavethe way for mak
t I Icfurand,, Senior High Counselors; Theo Gee, Education;i' Rev, Paul cq Qry
1 of the
is.! Secretary Mrs. J. A. Williams vital part
; more exciting and dynamic than agricultural lng4-H a more
to firing
of held their agents 1ST
Church Jasper\ \VUUarrn Pennlrigton.. Older Youth; Stewart, Evangelism.Rev.; E. Nash '
1dren'. the
t O Florida
Division life of
50
Superintendent the 'years.5'eaklrn.'to community
past
and home economics information
quarterly Family Fellowship Sup. Mrs. J, Missions Nor
W. Class
Sapp, Friendship ; Philpot ; and Rev leaders will
1 Mrs. Clyde Payne .Associate: Superintendent : director said. Local lay
I' 400 Extension to Doth rural' and urban
<:!
r per meeting. The theme of, the Clyde Howard, Woman's Bible man Booth, Christian Vocations. some I
I ; Mr. and Mr*. Jack .. be called on to lend guidance to
Education workers from the state at people.
f. meeting was "Christian Class, Judge John McCormick, across
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Week" with part of the proceedingsin Vinson, Youth Division Superintendents :Men's Bible Class. WORLD WIDE COMMOIO.V their Annual Conference at the i Dr. Reitz was introduced :by Dr. these out-of-school organizations.Dr.
: honor of the church school work i ; Mrs. Ernest Cburtoy, Adult, 5S5 I Christians throughout the world University of Florida, Dr. Reitz I' M. O. Watkins director of the Watkins cited another fundarr .
ers. Certificates of appreciation Division Superintendent;; WORKSHOP IN MADISON will observe World Wide Communion reviewed Extension's half a century Florida Agricultural Extension Service r'al" and far.'chlm change

1\ were awarded' First to the follow i I Third to the Church School Ten- The Tallahassee District is hold this Sunday, October ,4th. First of,history and progress. I who said "In this golden made this -ear-the creation of a
\: ing: Commission Members: Col. ''cherst Mrs. W. R. DaiJ. JJursery; ing a Workshop tor certain church Methodist Church of Jasper joinsin He termed the passage of the year of 1964 we haven't spent much single! county Extension staff witha
Julian Wood. ;Wrs. WY.. Brad- Mrs. Billy A. Jones Miss Judith )leadership at the First Methodist with the millions that partake Morin Act which opened the way time in looking back. Pressure of chairman and vice.chairman. lie
shaw, Mrs. Tom Owens.,_On Fred Small, Klnderkarten; Mrs. Emmett Church In Madison this Sunday at cf the Broken Bread and the'Wineof for Extension work 89 the most changing demand of the Space Age, said the major purpose' was to
-- 3:00 P.m. The workshop will be the Communion Meal. significant piece -f legislation in and demands on the Extension Ser bring about greater coordination be.
for the Commissions on'-Missions, This observance developed during the history of higher education In vice for the type of educationalwork I tween agriculture and home economics

Get the high dollar on Education Evangelism and the local the depression as a special observance the country' lie pointed wt that we have to offer has been too Extension Work. .

Church Committee on Christian to meet the spiritual its passage was based on the belief
Vocations needs of individuals and churches. that widespread opportunity for ,
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tractor trade-ins during : The leaders and members of their It was carried around the world by higher education for agriculturaland IT'S EASY TO TRADE WITH US! ; ,.
missionaries of nenominations ad- industrial classes was fundamental
Methodist
from First
respective groups "
opting this' special Communion ob. to a progressive society. "
I Church of Jasper are as follows WARE REDDICK MOTORS :
servance. It became quickly "You have a responsibilty far .
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known as Work Wide Communion greater today than ever before in '
Ia TIME thaw Education, chairman* Mrs.Mrs.W. W.Broward Brad Sunday because of Its I krterdenominational -j:[the Mstory of Extension." Dr; Reitz I TRADES VOl'' WAY .. 'i

.! and international nature. his audience.Dr. .
told
Bryan Mrs. D. R. Klrkman Mrs. Pontiac Tempest Cadillac
pj/1/N T.: D. Leslie, Mrs' Betty Jean ,,Mi. Today World Wide :"CommunionSundayb ; Reitz commended the Extension ? jo .
ked Foster Shepherd James L. observed in fl/ty :countries .Service. ,fof ,.I lt* work with \ 'Bring Your Title ,_ Clean Used Cars! ,"Jf' // y .
.ift's begins in
observance ,
Dunaway, Mkt. Clyde R Payne, ycunfi: people, primarUyi through 'VALDOSTA \ 4'
Mrs. James A. Williams, Mr. and the Fiji Istand -am) New Zealand 4-11. He said that oUr had been an GEORGIA, t

Mrs. Jack Vlnson, Mrs. Ernest and continues westward}, until it effective' means for channeling new .,.-....... .- .
Courtoy, Mrs. Shelton Lewis, Wm. reaches the last outpost of Alaska. Information to both young; and old.
Redden DaU Sr., Miss Darter* Local churches.of all rjcnomuia- The president. said that Operation

(t\ Moody; .day tlons with sirricataneously special) emphasis I observe and wor the DARE, the University's new pra- For the BEST in Parts and' Service .
tF j V'8JIgell.m.-Mrs. 11. G. MarabJe gram for developing' agricultural)

I Chairman, Mrs. Fred David, ship. ....-.. -- -. ,. Balers Rakes Mowers Cutters
'Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dupree Sr Mr. Its puprose is to lead unchurched
and Mrs Luther Griner, Mrs J. individuals in the community into church attendance, Christian serv.
! Y G. Register, Mr. Marvin RodgersSr. a saving relationship with Christ. ice, and spiritual fellowship] with Ford Tractors Corn: Harvesters '
I < ., Cpl. and Mrs. Julian Wood; It seeks to help every church mem- Christians throughout the world at

F ,I Missions-Mrs John Lewis, chair her to grow in Christian Grace the Lord's Table. EASY TERMS SEE. .
j I I man, Mrs. OdIs Henderson, Mrs. through dedication to Christ and You are invited to First Meth.odlst ,
t, ". Fred Mickler, Mrs. W. W. Pen- personal commitment i in daily prayer I Church to worship on this
I; (...; Mrs. Bible study faithful
, f'" ," fJ 'tJ nington. Mrs. J. E. Shepherd dairy 'l, special day. SUW ANNE VALLEY
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We need good used equipment so we're offering the high! TYPING Jasper Phone 792-6551

dollar on'trade-ins that means your used tractor is 'II

worth more during Ford./Tradin' ,TimeS I We'll offer you

MORE for.yoUr used tractor and give you a good deal on. 0 ..

that new Ford for'title hottest moneysaving comDinaliorfr J _, r WE HAVE

you've ever seen. Tradln Time ia your best chance: to., Here are a few tips for -you

put an eaay-ridbg, hard-working Ford Tractor on your! PAPERi good 'people facing) a yanking ALL SIZES .' :
session
farm, BO c'mon in and let' talk tradesYou'1l with your dentist: For a ,.. .-
full before .
'j4"t day and two full days ; '
after an extraction try" eating OF
ret more anti pay less,during Tradin' Time at:. "r. lots of citrus fruits and drinking

Suwannee Valley 50c''' ,Per 100 Sheets ; a good amount of citrus juices.
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Add lots of leafy'vegetables to FILMS
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FORD Tractor Company VNOW '
... quart of milk daily.; This diet i
Jasper Phone 792-6551 la calculated to alkalize' the

t .... t The' Jasper News .'. .\.t" ).1- I .,blood the bony and structures.,promote u&cid.prgdufing'tpus,healing in- -S, "iII "

l -- -----. .'._ '-- ,. ,'---., .. L .A. = such as Also Polaroid ,
Pp'tr' '"It., n h,, fowl,,meat cheese, sweets, .'
FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
r alcohol tea and coffee are to be -
; t 'avoided Airing'this time. 24 hour :
'Regul ar Exercise a. &an-PrQvide' Both ; 8omettme It'. Ilkef 1 pulling Developing' \

teeth to' get laundry or cleaner FILM' '
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the rule at JASPER LAUNDRY sizes 127 or 620 <
and Mental tonic AMA l' A CLEANERS.' You watch the 2'rolIs'69c' ;
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than. mere muscle, but you can't In I puoh-button age. people have fewer heart attacka Ball Point Pen aeol /.

i be truly healthy and) s bundle of But the fact it, the human and s belter recovery tale when I' c.;::.. eM....,.00 f,
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flab It the MUM time. body vat ion designed for pushbuttons such atttckt do occur. led. ..tint long perfectly balanced writ .
but for work rid Dr. ... ".. Ing instrument '
To be physically fit yon mutt The beet exerclte is enjoyableexerclae. h.;e.l / designed for '
White. The abtence of dynamic ,
be both medically fit and dynamically Aclivltiet each at J blk> t. auditors accountants book MSIIUTANI
&1. The two don't nece* fitness through lack of physical lag. swimming. tiding, tennis or keepers and others who need '" "
exertion I la detriment i health. a
wily no .bald la hand point out a to gardening along with their ph,.. 121) TIll...,. pad t', fine chi"tats
Raymond L M'hite.M.D..director Furthermore mnicle tone, or lest benefit ,ear provide relief' '.,ahead .galast [!d ball point pen for extreme c.s..dpeb
lack of It, can be a factor. In from tension,,that u'I d-, tk. .. pull legibility. C.e'efSaaW
of Environmental Medicine, sod aervinf
Medical Service: for the Amerlean your whole outlook oft jif.Strl'lllih .." ..fe'II.tural traaqallizer. ,:-Ia k W),hed age!.>! I t sucz Ilta .1 '
and endurance, developed ONLY THI AUTHENTIC NATIONALLY at41 a TtN1Ut "
i Medical Asocistiony: When there la Bo opportunityoi ADVERTISED KNOT
ors'Aq HH CAMUS THI "
through regular exercise; ( taking) exercise la such form, ut>t7allGUAWITiL
I IINOY UNCONDITIONAL ass.
"iledical
fitnea meant body leads to skill and agility and however, s dally walk and series .- -- I .6.al ITM any elae DO NOT ACCCT SUB. / ieNtatau
laoondnera. This can be 'deter. adds to poise and grice. Not only (U) lira, at BiKKR STAMP tress thee
of calitthenlca [jl]
can provide much hl1ab4 jTiTims-iooic niNor ON
mined medical examination. os.pat .l f .
j only by a do daily tasks become easier yon .. rr sunalleal l Ike ryni. ,
tonic..
the tame r i i''m i, .k.. nil! au
{ Dynamic Emcee or 'actioncapacity' also look better and to feel more > ,dos! U. Ike
( It s measurement ofetrenth at ease In social tltuitiona.. Above are a few examples of p.M ...-. I ..clltr RUBBXR GIANT INK SUPPLY :
tclentlfically sound exercises, STAMPS ruggedly bails t*
and endurance
ajilily rise'i ''
Even evident,however 4 Ms..r*
'be ...Id.e more are lafea from the AMA pamphlet, MM 7 m years and y.anNasser .
Hit f M
i the benefits to physical health.Dr. Fltaeta.* (4)( ) S''M.. f.ik leaner., purse '
.. White -Phytleal Vied daily, Mint ...!.* da rrteo
.I i' "A perIOD troo'ahuna1 activity pointed outSince they will help to increase. matco- |**.., she. tlr.Uh.(. I jjf UU what yens at weW pelee/'fa.ewdi manufactured byUNOYPENCO.JNC
{./ may get I 'clean! bill of bealth eierclae I Ie I factor' la lam ttrength body anppleaete and t* t.M t>I.li .f....< t arty expect U pay. ,
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,,t|endure,even alight exertion, h.', la preventing degenerative dia and other body fuactloas.. RUBBCK STAMP uoda CW-C1tr.C..oI..U.I.A. o
'' lordly physically fit On the other eases, such at dlabetee' and aiihritlv d.1 r u wy have.wi afe. FINE
t ; band' neither la the athlete with ; which are more prevalent Start out slowly, Dr. White (Is| Siasls.! "!tti*( f ka*. a v14e seleetiem e f P011dT
.. ,tJ.ol1 o'or undetected health In the obne. warned and gradually 'work Wp JJ .MAJtKINC DEVICES fee? '-
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t fl. exer- aU of then exercises quickly aiel.. tAe. past ash',,
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THE JASPER, NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA F'ridav.October2.1964

@ who has been ill is, we understand,.'tlve twvered'patio on the east side'.b-was paid to her as
(iJ.6\ able lto be out in the: car. This, .I of the I a friend a Chris'titn a citizen, i COMMERCIAL CLASSES or beginning course In baosJceepingi
house."S .
pleases his many friends. 7' -. typing, or shorthand. These courses
The
$ ,. I Karl Minor IFreemam and the Pattons Superintendent Harry T;: Reid will prepare one for future employment
I' over on
Howe came
pt' Mr. and Mrs Jesse Milton spent. Tuesday for since the belong to the high class colored,, announces: that anyone who wishes I or Increase one's efficiency
th4.time citizenry of
@Lk' last Thursday in Jacksonville with Live Oak flood! in Jasper who take pride,may attend the Adult Commercial in present employment.
.
daughter Margaret Dubas fa lIvin1g'Uprlfbt lives. !Classes Dow being taught by Joe
and i *

/ (J S mily.Mrs .... 'r I f Demonstration ThlSils ,-i-Jt;Week department and"the is Home busy |bath and Deeds friendship.races of testified thoughtfumess to the respect from; ,C.Schol Mitchell building in each the Tuesday Jasper High'7:00I .DUPLICATOR PAPER

"The old
order
I1l LJda Marsh and daughter, organizin the Hamilton Clubs as changeth." May the Ito I _9 00 pm. and,take a refresher, THE JASPER NEWS
Mrs. Craig/ Mr. and Mrs. Fink and present gen. _
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SYz.4Hl" community chibs-' taking them out ---- -
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eration live
daughter; ; Mrs. Geo. Steele of Pittsburgh up to the worthy example
1J :of the school Here are '
+ Pa., were dinner guests of listed program. of these citizens of:an age that CLASSIFIED: ADS I
some of the reasons for the
Celestine Sibky is a favorite col, Ralph H Williams. ''Miss Law is the Jesse Mlltons Monday. ''|change: : is gone.. .. . '.
'umnist of mine in the Atlanta a graduate of Madison High Schoolin The Finks, who are special friend :) uOru: u.tlUU(; RANGES FOR
a tde
Journal Sunday she writes "Wild 1964, and is now attending Lively of Mrs. Lkta :Marsh, are in Jasper.t Community work/ BIRTHDAY PARTY Sale. Good condition. $40 and( IAVE-SAVE--SAVE 1
:flowers bring beauty to the road- Technical, School in Tallahassee!. for several weeks before going I. more) time for project r .Ginger Selph was seven years old J50.. Mannings Radio Repair, Jasper 39-gal() glass lined water beaters,

fide" She is studying cosmetology. down in the state to visit other b local Allows leadership.c for effective. utilizationof Monday, September 28, and celebrated phone 792-4421 .._tfr '95$74 wt.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189-
She writes of Fred L Rosenstiel Mr Williams Is also a. graduateof friends and relatives with a clumber party out FOR SALE : I( ; 3611bUpright Freeezers
( ) Allows for. more< activities for at the home of ORRENT $19995: 473 lb. Upright Freezers
a Manhattan Johnny Appleseed) a Madison: High School, 1964, andis 0 5 members her-parents, Mr. and.; Stock and fixtures in Wonder Bar $23995 647-lb.
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Upright Freezers
foreign barn New York bachelor North Florida Junior Mrs. Marvin Selph. '
attending
Mr. and Mrs. .
C. B.
Itarrison at
d) Gives agents more time for Jasper, Florida 09P $299.95; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost
that spendi his own .dollars and College Six little friends were invited and
the weekend
rpent with Gene and j I '
t eeducational work with adults : Refrigerator with 91lb. Freeze
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many hours'plantmg and tending j j Annie in came. There were Ann Tuten,
McKelvey Jax.
in the I I 0& .. )' clubs/ are more et'fectlve HELP WANTED: Man over 24, $249.95 w.t 5-year warranty, at
gardens slums, around hos- The W.S.C.S. meets Monday,' r[ Becky! Kyser, Donna Young, Liz '
Manning's
pals, and tenements. |(I oboe 5 with Mrs. Ponce Sandlin. Dr. and Mrs. E. C Ctouch Jr of'' then: school clubs in produring BrasweU, Kathy Pennlngton, Yo-;Vacancy in N. Hamilton Co. or Jasper Jasper.Radio Service call 7924421. -
John Chapman Swedish Shelton Lewis Jacksonville are the I I quality work among mem. lande Tuten. for Rawleigh dealer. Full time tie
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the Ohio River Valley and )became . name is Everett. Garnish .roach'l[leadership'op ,ortunities.. I were quite a lot. ,part-timer. Many now earning (3 In Live Oak, Florida for COMPANY all
known as Johnny Appleseed, The President's Conference bf the I rn and he weighed seven pounds J \ They had hot dogs. 1 bCoca Colas per hour and up. .See Mrs Karl M. musical needs from, your and
was the inspiration of Fred RosenctieL -I District Garden Clubs will meet in[light paces,. ,There were three 11N We note senior: the passing of three well and a big, pretty, birthday cake I Howe 101 Shelby St., Live oak. or piano to records and record organs players
"Since I read ot this man Live Oak October 8. It is a days itle sisters waiting to greet the known !' citizens of the colored. with'lee cream: At ''a late hour Write Rawlelgh/ FA 1501170, Mem tfc
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J who plants his hard, old fashioned 'session from 9 a.m.. til2 In theaf-(young fellow. Dr. Eddie is the son race: { I I IaJ&.a1one when the games were all played, (i1f;. Tenn. O16P REPAIRS
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flowers wherever he can find a lit.I ten oon. The general) session will'jof l Dr. and Mrs. Ed Crouch of Colorado I Lee died last week seven",happy little girls; got in a -- We repair all types T. V.- and
tie plot of earth In New York, I've,be at 'Westwood Baptist Church' : Springs and remembered so la her humble; little home mite of sleep between lots of giggles HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by radio. Also Small appliances. MAn-

wondered why more of us don't doa I II with the luncheon at the Garden I kindly by Jasper.. frI.. ._......:::t..: wNg she"a owrrgd.4e r parents .were :and laid them down to plcasaiyLang day/ week, or month.. Alapaha nings Rad'o!' Service, Jasper: 792-
I ]itt e more," says the Center. .i. -. ** ... Geo It uidTftfrrfk'. ievjrtv wwll j. ... Motel," tic 4421
j (Take it from here COlumnf.t'l I Albert.Norwood is bacC In Hem. I rem red" rat respected by,,the .. ,"""" ., ... l tic
r 1 4 we or why daft wet'I Mrs. Frank Sapp was tailed to I itton Hospital after a few emergency white 'W'J forcpi races":t'AuntHarriet" Jim Camp and Mary: ATHLETES, :: FOOT GERM HOUSE FOR MALE IN JASPER
S. Coco last Thursday because of the day in Pineview. He is inch by was loved and .honored. 'Frances Lewis left Thursday morn. HOW TO KILL IT Only $2,000. See W. L. Bryan
There was an excellent attend-!'I serious fllness of her little three. inch, trying to walk.. Good luck, Her husband; was Buck Lee, long a ]rig for Montgomery, Alabama, to In 3 days if not pleased with'strong 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491.

anoe at the District Workshop of year old grandson, Bill, son of Mr. Albert. Janitor at the courthouse attend on Friday, the wedding of T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tf
1 W.SC.S. (Tallahassee District) in,I Herbert Sapp. I .Col. C. A. Avrlett is quite ill In I Hatt was well born and well rais- Charlie Halgler, .a cousin; the son any drug store Watch infected skin
'I: Montfcello Sept. 24. Attending from I I I I .'r.* Hamilton. Hospital. ed. 'She worked for many years oftDoris Stephens. KM Tindal of slough off. Watch'healthy skin re- DARBECUE!! New pit at Alapaha

Jasper were Mrs. Ponce Sandlin, Mr./1/CL': Brown,. who works at I for a meager wage But Hattie wasa Atlanta till'meet" them there. place it. No more Itch &: burning I Motel Restaurant. J ow serving

: Kirs J. E. Shepherd, Mrs ,Mamie Coco"'wastfhome; I ,on a visit and I Bonnie Jones,freshman at F.S.U. Christian and loyal church member -*. Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot barbecued chicken and smoked
Bryan, Mrs Maud Havener, std'lwss' taked iIu'and rushed to a Lake has pledged the, Alpha XI Delta sori She.had a'stron faith in the Thomas and Gerry Lewis of Jax I Powder too _fine for sweaty mullet Route 41 north ,o( .Jasper.
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Miss Inez McCall. Going from City Hospital :Or. Yorks. He Isf',only There Is quite a list of folks power of the Holy Spirit. Often she visited the mother, Mrs, W. A!Lew feet, foot order; stays active in the It's delicious! tfc
Jennings were Rev. and Mrs. Chas. the brother-in-law of Mrs. Loomis II | we know who are Alpha XIs. Among -, has said to me; "You Just can't resist Is I Sunday skin for hours NOW at WISE'S

Rogers and Mrs. J. B MtCalL I Ir '5. them are Frances Bradley. the Spirit. She was also a Mayried Adicks is over In Quincy DRUG STORE. tfc

r Tuesday, Sept. 29, Maud !laven-I Mrs. John) Le/wls has returned after j jI I Frances VInson, Mary Elizabeth I member of a band of church women -j this week visiting\ daughter Jane FARMERSMONEY r
er, who is District Secretary of severtfwyeks visiting family McAlpin Flndley, Susan Shuman and her family, the Tom Crumbys Georgia Plate Glass Co. I

I membership Cultivation in W.S.CJ51,Ii||-> Kentucky./' : (Orlando.. ,.niece, of Mary Langi,I'I Hattie had shared her humble lot I I ., .Store Front for your farm operations
.! '. with nieces and nephews at various i iI .Mirror Keslh ered
t and Miss Inez McCall attended a lit. Garnet Hlckman, Ernestine Young Miss Gertrude Brown of West ; ; at reasonable cost. Termsto
f workshop over in Havana. Mf. and Mrs George C. Johnsonof I Register of Panama Clty:' ara Bryan ,'I.I times One great nephew Bennie I|Palm Beach, sister of Everett ..Tub Enclosure, Shower fit your needs. Loans up to
Jax visited the Horace Milton Rogers of Live Oak, Dorothy I she raised as ,her own. But the Browne spent a few days with then 715 W Savannah*Ave. CI12-528 I 7 years. Call North Florida Production

M Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tompkiniand ,Sunday: I Hay of White Springs Betty Jean years crept on and she was alone'l this week. 1 VALDOSTA __ Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave

little son Hubert of WUdwood V *.<.. .' i r'Mikell, Cora.Mae Hebel. \ ff Chicago living on a small welfare ACREAGE WANTED 30 to 110 Uv Oak. Tel 362-2583
r. were' guests last week of Mr.'. and Gen:' w fif:1.'year old Ton of i, and Baitmra DevVnf.. kindness of ,he/ neighbors. .Her Unintentionally' omitted from a acres, woods or hftmmock: preferr-I
: Mrs. J. B. McCall Jennings, then James''dnd"Wlfia' Mae Wynn QlI> .', tft hardships are. ever now and her I I story, two weeks ago,, about the ed.. Will buy or"iwap;: for place in I
out at Hickory Bottom Jo visit :Cross Roads suffered head Injury,,!! It was family day"' oVit f at the abundant entfdnce to the! ,better dedication of Margaret Eugenia a town or where you.need it'as I am | LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS
Maud Havener and Inez McCall. from a bicycle spill on :the rock home of Mr and Mrs: Clifford, land was assured by her faith. Lewis at the Presbyterian Church Building Contractor. Let me know For Sale. On the river high and''

.. surfaced road a week ago :Monday. 'Tompkins! Sunday.JifeDtember 20 JESSIE MILLER 72 years of was. the following paragraph: What yoS have. Dan O. Reeves; dry, good location, only $1,000. See

.. The executive Committee of W. He was rushed to Hamilton Hospi- f There are eight chfldrffl and they age, died last wolf,suddenly altho Among the Important ones to White Springs, Florida. Call 397- Robert Ehjert, owner. trc.i .
i M. S. of the' First Baptist Church tal. then transferred to the.Medical,|were all Bt' > \v' Ynrre was, a.Khe had not been.wtyl 1 for two years, ,,;come' from far away Orangeburg, 2361. 09p I
I met Monday afternoon with the Center, In Gainesville. After care- i bounteous dtr, fcpreaif on tables Funeral services were at Mt. OUve ,S. C.;$waa Gerry's only sister and -- i FOR SALE: Dodd used May tag

I I president, Mr : Stella William. ful study it was decided to operate,under the tree?: There, are three Baptist ,vCfrurcr Monday" afternoon 1 family, Mr, and Mrs. Bud CarterI HAVE!! IMMEDIATE OPENING= I IForone {I Gas Stove, $50. Ph. 792-7231 tic

Plans were made for the year's for a blood clot. This proved sue. children still under the family at 3 o'clock. lie was hurled" at I I and adorable little sOn'/MaJ1c.Lew. \1 work ahead. Those attending were '''cesatul! and young Gene, whose I rooftree Lee and Dorothy) are New Hope Cemetery. I his Carter. Mrs. Carter is the former 25 to 59. Also opening for two $87.50 j j j I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
{. Mesdames A. L. Denton Ethel birthday) was this week, seems, to seniors at Jasper High and Kay is He was well known and highly SyMa Lewis, beloved by all per week men. Age 29 to 55. (Would writers Jeeps $68.50, Boats $6.18 Type.
t Chandler, Carrie Mae Vann, Virginia I be recovering nicely. The Wynns In the eighth grade. I I respected among both races. Many I in her home town.Mn..Katherlne. consider capable woman for this I'|Autos Farm$1.15, Airplanes $72.20,

Chandler, Nita'Carter, Mary [are well known Hamilton County The oldest son LgUpy, and Ann citizens depended. on Jesse's wood [place) Sober; character. Neat and I I I Tractors and many'
Webber, KJrby Sandlin. Paul Tolar and they, with Gene, have wife and.chTidTen.:l Ray, tat, yard a*. the ...grew cold. We I,I Fink, and daughter clean in! personal habits. Car nece- (,'Direct others too numerous to mention.
W. B. Lewis Daniel Smith. (host of friends who rejoice that his t1iCti and Sun,'came: from Live bak.i understand Jjie. was. employed ,by Mrs George Steele'of Pitts- ssry. Home every'night We train. from U. S. Government For
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. Billy,Hill of his death burg,>Pa are vlsittragMss "Lydu' ,For I complete directory where to buy in
a. recovering t I Ruth) and Sam Sawyer fame,from i, aUbvprne < personal interview in your I
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Law J J JI JaAraonvil, ) : Mrs. Anni* Tamp.t He.Jeeves JJHpe.;Mae Eliza: Mil. .Marsh out on RPMte j..t "14 bane, write J. H. McGarity, P. 0'1 your National or
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1c Announce the engagement of their Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gibba t :of klnjv the"erandmothe, asfiere. lee 'Tfey'h( no children Donna Thpsire eiWclarrUgks I | ofMrsMars Box 627, Williston 32696. O16C I I Directory. to Blaketagi

daughter,'Miss. Robbie Law, to Evtj j('Keystone' have been here visiting also for a longer visit.: "' ,rf' I iClarfc.jJ5: si|>hislste' <. Friends of : *> and..,' wit. .nWc Byear I /' I Tenn Surplus 38101 P. O Box 223, Memphis O9Ci
gene .Williams,'son of Mr. and Mrs ''Mr, and Mrs.,,Jules Gibbs Jules, I I From Forest: Park, Ga., were both races are'Tad at his going) but I r < &. ftXT J JI I Lillie Mae and Dewey Harbin and believe good man.has .gone,to Hi! LaVelle and Becky Bembry of ..4 heart cypress Jlteard pout "S i '
three chlk5' n. Lyn.Gina and Lisa, reward. :Nashville, Tenn. spent last week/Inches thick Md 8 feet lost 4 heart!* FOR SALE
I ., t. .,Joyce and Bill Mitchell and Allison JULIA FREEMAN PATTON died with his parents, Edgar and Jewell cypress or lightered post 4 ft long ': Four Horses. Welch ponies good
JUMO&Swr ; Charles and Marilyn Tompkins September 21 and was buried Sep. 'Bembry, Came Friday afternoon and 8 inches thick. Contact 793-M63''II quality horses for children. Ph.938-

( : and Rebecca, and Kristi went .temher 27 after a funeraLservice the rest of the family arrived, there I(I I Jasper 0201,2196. Will swap for corn. ITC
out front' Jasper4. ': std tfoptar Springs Baptist Church I was Iris and JBve'l\-p/' .'from Jack .. I
I :to.. It was a fair day.-the weather Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. sonville, Shelton,'Won?'''U, of Fla. I iFOUNDi. Pair" rown rimmed FOR SALE TAME RABBITS,

I .J1 Watch' us for the higtieat and the"happy atherng.. Interjnent was in New Hope Cemetery and David from fy/J?. U; Quite a 1 j(I glasses lit front of Post Office. Get I II call dressed 792-5790.or alive Verna Smith,
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< Julia waz more than 80 yearsof ..say them at The Jasper News

j values at the lowest I'm working now for. a ,harvestof age, born in Irvin County, Ga.,
plums in the spring Ranee Andrews the daughter of the HendersonWoodsons. '
1: s i t prices We know you'll''' advised me as of now to GENERAL .. beautiful
I 1 sprinkle wettabto,DDT around the H The family came! early' to Hamilton ) I
I be more than satisfied trees to kill any current worms. County and made Jasper their ELECTRIC SALE appliances at

t In the Spring mix( four table- mme: Julia was married to Jim ,
with our greater than spoons of wettable malathlon 25% Freeman and early they began to APPLIANCE low prices!

I 4k" and three tablespoons wettable sulphur work for the Home family. There -- : / .

ever selection.BUY ; In gallon of water and spray I| was understanding and friendship
If Just as the early petals begin to'by' employer and employed. Jim General Electric ':_ '

; : NOW fall-10' ,days 'apart* for four times. 'I Freeman died in 1900. In 1931 Julia AutomaticWasher E ;..
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." The C. McCormfoks are delay. I liver) happily together till. deaths .

h. get fash with yw, but SAND SAVE! tri g their annual trip to the moun- came to Julia. I WA-550A

t r! can't,hits kid wearinG aIQ.....'* trine while they enjoyed an attar : Besides her husband she leave & ,I
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