The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Approval l I Crown Changed To< ,I Reserve Payments I NOTICEThisweek's t Jo ConstructftPhosphate

For Grazing [Chevron Being Made paper carries a I

letter to the editor in support of
Diverted AcresFarmer ', Crown, 'gasoline.. Irand-nanr: 1964 annual payments are now Republican candidates for president .

In Hamilton ; used by Standard Ofl Companj, beeing. made to farmers particl) and) vice president in answer Plant and Mine Here

were reminded today that (Kentucky for more than 50 years. paling in the Conservation Reserv to one last week in support .

shitted from crop production is being replaced by a new name of the ,Soil Bale Program. dyd< of t the.Jl| mocratic candidates.

serving uses under: U. S. < Chevron. Payne, ASCS County Office' Mae,. This ta th *;ast of free letters on There has been no official announcement for publication as yet. --

u rent of Agriculture dl With the change; to the Chevroi Ger announced ,today. this subject which we will publish but it appears that a new phosphate. mining plant and ma-b, 1e'\-eral,1 Jennings to Play

e grains now may be uaed name we are.identifying our retail, The Conservation Reserve'' phase without charge. We wed are in the near future for Hamilton County. The plant will probably "

porary grazing provided operation.vvith those of our pare of,the SoU Bank Program provide come political advertising, but employ about 130:> persons, on a year round basis. There have been I!I Dasher Here "

proval is obtained from the .Standard Oil Compan: for withdrawal of cropland from the it, must ,b County Committee,' This em of California., said W. C. Smith, productiion of surplus crops. Ffer tising. the TonightThe
Springs but newsmen at all meetings were requested not to print
was authorized President of the Standard Oil Company : who entered into contract
. cy privilege men SCHOOL
P. T. A. story. However, Carey Cameron ot the Times-Unlat broke the silence
retary of Agriculture : 1:'This Company and its subsittiarWhad placing ,land in the Conaervatiot OF Jennings Panthers will play
t cently to provide additional been using the Cote::: Reserve agreed to take,'the land out INSTRUctION' with a big story In last Sunday's paper after which there can be no Dasher on the Jasper Football field.

e: for livestock:beecaus of the I ran name in 28 state, Canada and of crop production for periods ranging Mrs Myron R. Blee. President,, further use for silence on the part of The Jasper News tonight. Ganfe time Is 800.:

-condition in the county Latin America' before the addition from 3 to 10 years.' The last Florida Congress P. T. A. to 1 be The County Commissioners Minutes published In this: Issue referto The Panthers will be trying to

bout by Hurricane Dora. ; of Standard Oil of Kentucky's. five'' year in which contracts were accepted 'Keynote Speaker" a Mr. Harris of Occidental Corp meeting with them to request paving make up for the last two losses.

the county'sregular states." was 1960. Mrs. Myron R. Blee, president of( a road to the site of the new plant to be located In the Purvis Still

'either under water or has Decals bearing the new name Payne reports that there are i the Florida Congress Parent Teacher area north of White Springs, and, at present it appears the road will Jasper Goes To

severely damaged by had,to be placed on 80,000 gasoline 47 farms under Conservation Rserve Association will be the keynote hebuilt. A revised budget is printed! in this issue.A .

rainfall and high; water. (UnPIIln the Company's outlets i ir ootracts in Hamllto County speaker at a'school of Instruction group of Hamilton County men went this week to"'Bartow and Sante Fe

Freeman issued the approval five states. In addition, all but the with approximately 4800 acres being for P. T. A. leaden; on Tuesday, looked over the area and talked with local officials in' an'eft'ort to find The ,
the recommendations of the newest are being repainted. of October' 13, at 6:00: at the Jasper Bulldogs will go to>
pumps taken out surplus crop product- p.m. out their experiences with a similar development there'some time ago, Sante Fe
end County USDA The' will be red blue, de- Columbia School Cafeteria. tonight hoping; to break
pumps or Ion. Annual payments to be made High considerable
which material
brought growth to the area. The belowIs a two
game losing- streak. This
mmittes. Jendine on the grade of gasoline. to participating farmers in the Other> program participants will be
from the Florida .
reprinted TimesUnion.Smoleey shuold be'a nme.
After approval of the The Chevron trademark is. red, I county total approximately"$40,000.Land Mrs. Page Haddock and Mrs Hal""ey _. ,, very good
Committee Is obtained I --- The White vicinity Next ,Fridaythe Jasper High
unty white and blue. placed in the Conservation \ Clark, Florida Congress Board Springs ,
mer may use the forage on I to Members, and Mr. Buford Gallo to be constructed School will start the Homecoming;
Work this changeover. has Reserve was planted permanent near the Purvis
the event with
All businesses
through a parade. '
verted acreage ,'conservation including Columbia County. Still area, will operated Occidental .
nines. cover graM by
been for the
going on past
'nation date of October 17,1964 SoyttACCIDENTS In Jasper are urged to enter afloat
affording an Immediate a< days and the change will be effect, .and pine trees. The establishment Every year'&ousarxts> of men and Corp. 'of Florida, a subsidiary in the parade '
of wildlife habitat and feed cropsis become chair of Occidental Petroleum 0>.
October 6th women or
of grazingacreage. At eight o' clock Friday Oct 16,
the UNNECESSARY!! of California. Another Occidental
encouraged on reserve men of parent-teacher associations
action was taken by ASCS "There will be no change In stat I Petroleum the Bulldogs, will play Mayo for
acreage.Meetinrr. On them depends the effectiveness subsidiary, International
U. S. Department of Ion identification" Smith said. "As I their Homecoming game.
Ore & Fertilizer of California
of parent.teacfter work. This meeting ,
to help supply badly needed long aa! we have service stations In I has signed a mineral mining ----
is designed to instruct Inform: &: agree
,Tor for livestock in the our present marketing area,. they; Hamilton I I ment with Continental Can Co. foroperates '
inspire P. T. A. leaders; and to. Increase r it it Laymen'sjDaylAtWhite )
ical situation. will be identified the Standard
by on land In the area. The
self-confidence of leaden
ASC County Committee stated that no Oil sign.rf County Sportsmans' ; ark) chairman by helping them to I \ agreement, filed Sept. 1 In the SpringsMethodist
Wallace Club understand t his:'specific job and how Hamilton. County Clerk's office, In-
ion in the diversion payments being Committeemen n'To best to do it. u (\| eludes a three-year option to purchase ChurchW

'licable available to for the grazing acreage will be i The annual meeting of the Hamilton The CoKunblV County Council P. : 200 acres of land. I n. Feagle of White Spring!

stressed, however that Attend, StateConference County Sportsman's'Club will' T A. will be tie host for this meeting --- _:II M Another firm,,Monaantq Chemical will.act as lay leader: presiding' over

'He approval of the ASC County I be held October 19th at the V F.j, Mr Don jjdom. Council President Co., has ought cptonaon farms in services .at White Springs Meth. .
that make begin here \the BellvVUe area of the county odist ,Churchthis :Sundays morning f rat
mittee to graze the diverted W. Home in Jasper i At this meet requests you re- .
is absolutely necessary Ing the club will sponsor a free fish servatiors: for the supper 51.25 pr 1 : |1hefG4orgialineaaidalandowtnit ; Dayman's pay Program.
ease Clyde Payne, County Office Manager I who has been\);'approached ,wllj speak hh. the ofVaymn's
authorized grazing could be fry beginning at TOO: p.nx All members I person with Mr. S. W Rayb uri -.. ; by jHe purpose
for the Agricultural Stabill-- and 'their, families and all' principal Columbia& High School ''the 'company Monsanto .has ''I, ( Day "I Other speaker c.i

lath of, program! penalties. : ration and Conservation Service, r ,' those who are interested In the activities not later than friday Oct. $. Supper phosphate plant at New Orleans. theprogram 'will, be Val? Reeves,
which tspeelfio
refunds could ported today that he and members of our club are' invited t tc will be served, to only those Athirdiflrenslaq.Oklahexna com,, Rays Gamble* Henry Pat \!Il. MarytiotrveveraTcihers'are
tures, and grazing of the ASC County Committee will: attend The main order of business having reservations.; pang, Is'repnrted'also to be. Inter;:: lo, 141pa.G: dJrqe;Str1 pIa addi-

The could emegency..affect a total attend an ASCS State Conference I in t pbe.. pss itated.aLibisaaeeting Is ..Social JnMetkJU' have been'. extended .. Ii,, /tested in"mineral*'In'"this area:but, taking part ... '
vision JacksonvfUe xt-wvetn,**"."*4++'V-' I no details have been, reported. wrlcuea i '. .
-farms, in the IJfttytwho are the election of officersfirthe coming to Hamilton (Jasper; Jens .{ s)let ,ryes 7'.y

p clpating in one or mere of Members if the ASC attend County are'Committee Wal. year. ings, White Springs) Suwannee Wet, r, 'Chamber 1 M eta"! + : "Night r
verted, acreage,programs planning to (Lie Oak O'Brian, Branford r jjdrt y ;
urged all ace.Deli. Franklin Fouraker, and NOTICEI rom) Gilchrist (Trenton.; Bell) .
believe ASCS. permission should be Pete Miller. as Service counties: and to Sante Fe High and THINK/ r r The regular meeting of the Board of Directorsof :! ,
ed for them or for some ,' 'The conference which will beginat IOtncer resigned for Hamilton County effective High Springs Eleemcntary in Alachua the Hamilton County Chamber' oECommerce will be '

son to graze their diverted 9:30 a.m. on T\J sday. October October 12th but .until the County. Whitehead presl-! ) Csoptrats IksFFA held Monday evening, October r 12, r 1964, at 8t/0: / p.m. I
afternoon Donald ,
ASCS ; through Wedeaday Mrs
local 13 and
to contact, the I on nm October 14.will be attended I' County Commissioners secure office a replacement dent District 4 will preside. Serving s.,. Cm Hams Prsgrasj I In l-Se: Chamber of Commerce building, Jasper Florida.

Office. 3)I by ASCS County Office Managers ,I will keep the until on the District 4 Board with ------------ A special invitation is extendedall citizens of
8:30 am.
Saturdays. :
and County Committeemen from I 12 open:00 on noon. Mrs Whitehead is Mrs. Jack Vinson Hamilton CoUnfy interested in the work of the Chamber. i
Minutes all over the State. The Robert Meyer Respeectfully, 1st Vice President of Jasper and \ .
Hotel In downtown Jacksonville Mrs Margaret, Brooks 2nd Vice ---

Hamilton will be he$quarlErf! for the I II County Kenneth Service Daniels Officer ?resldenf' Trenton ,and Mrs Lake Arthur Hospital Gets Two Nfew Wheel Chairs II

Commissioners conference. I I Peterson,; secretary, .-
of the conference CIty. ,
The purpose
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Wildlife Officers -
Jasper. I will be to bring the county office I .

September 21, managers and committeemen: up- I Idat.e.on It Uniform' Chf'n edr Operating Loans
The Board of County O> the latest developments I

era in and for Hamilton In the federal farm programs they I:. The familiar khaki uniform 'of I Help FarmersLease :

met\: today pursuant to call by are responsible for administering I the Florida wildlife oficer wet !soon ., .
to be discussed LandModern I
and the In their counties. Topics
man McGhin be but a memory to be- associatedwith .fll i e
members were present include the tobacco situation I I bygone 'days In the forests. I farm machinery and advanced j. 4

Chin, Jack'Vlnson, Lawton personnel management, trainininacedures fields, lakes and rivers. Then .old technical assistance, both : 19 ?

ley, Graver Wheeler and and the conservation' I' khaki uniform of the Game and financed by operating; loans of thee ''i.., ""i'" i ;
Work plans .
and land use programs. Fresh ,Water Fish Commission Is Partners Home Admlnlstrtion, are .
gan.The meeting was called to for all the programs administered being replaced by a uniform of new helntrg many Hamilton County ,t;", %kl nj

''by Chairman McGhin and through the ASCS County Offices design and .color, according; to A. farmers overcome'obstacles to efficient ,I .

lowing business was will also be discussed. D. Aldrich, director Game and operation. Y r L

Notice having been given Speakers who will be on the program FreshVater Fish Commission. Through the operating loan program r' t I

lication that the Board < during the conference In. Tlx new uniform'which will be of FHA. farmers are now j 1.I

ceive bids at 10-00: O'clock a. elude lion. Don Fuqua, Congressman worn by'all field personnel, region.al able to obtain enough land to workso

a neW boiler installed for the 9th District of Florida;; managers, Information officers, that advanced equipment and

existing boiler now In the Hon. Doyle Conner Commissioner and office receptionists, Is a bottle new farming methods will prove 1.I

house, the Board of Agriculture; Horace Godfrey, green with tan shirts and stripes beneficial. I \

they were ready to receive : 'ASCS Adminilsitrator:;. and other The new jacket is bottle green with Finley said a review of Hamilton I

the boiler State and National Agricultural tan shoulder straps; the trouseres County'* operating loan program

The following bids were 'leaders. Members of the ASC State \are bottle> green with one Inch tan s how. that most farmers are able .
the .Name of Committee will preside over the Uripei; the shirt Is tan with bottle to rent or leaser\. litional land I }

bids and the amount d Bids. various sessions during the conference. green shoulder, straps. The new uniform under equitable leasing arrange.

Company, Vakfcsta Ga., ) They' are Emery! Williams regulation prescribes straw rents provided they can obtain ad- I .' -t.rl: :
Davis Air Conditioning Co. of Alachua;Stuart Simpson of Mont hats for summer and felt hats for lute financing.

dosta, Ga., 2580.00; Frier liceUo and Martin Roberts of Wauchula. winter,, and black boots or shoes,. I "Farmers who lease land on a J.. XJ
McArthur o( Gainesville black gun belt, holster and cartridge "
&:. Air Conditioning Co':, O. P. share basis Finley said, "need '
Florida 3402.00 is State Executive Director ofASSC. carrier and black necktie. up-to-date, modern}equipment and
According to Aldrich, the new machinery in order to make satisfactory 22,1964
'Motion was made and Adina Simpson, ever on the alert! Sept.
of wash and wear
and unamlnousfly carried uniforms are officer is rental arrangements with to do something for Hamilton Co., Dear Mrs. Simpson
awarded to the'Welch type material and frm land owners in the county. four weeks ago thru the Jasper Enclosed you will find a check;'
be '
bid initial 1 issue ot!
puny same being the J. H. S. Beta Club being: provided uniforms.an Preeviously "Capital from conventional lenders News made an appeal for contributions for $105 to cover the wheel"chair 1

Haters of the six complete or, wheen not so available, from for a wheel chair for the And plaque.We ,
in Mr. the Commission

Corporation ci Florida came Meets, the uniformed were personnel provided with a unl FHA can provide needed funds for 'little patients at Hamilton Hospital. do not have a lot financiallyhowever
these items". I have wanted to do something -
the Board and made a which DONALD SCR1DNER>:
the County On Tuesday, Oct. 6, the Jasper form allotment from they Because FJIA' credit was 1.11ble. Out In California Betty Jo Scrlb- like this for sometime In memory
quest road to a 'point High School Beta Club held its first were required to purchase uniform their Finley added, 'several Hamilton ner (Mrs. Edward E. Schlbner read of our Donnie. You have givenme cf the child's wheel chair which Is
paving a uniforms. The new
will build a meeting of the 1964-65 school year. own wells County operating loan borrowers the appeal and Immediately wrote the opportunity. Thank you so the chair with the lets green naga-
Company Mr. Harris The mef'tlng'was called to order will eliminate the standard as have been able to work out air mall this letter which we quoteIn much. hyde upholstery, The other chair
plant. state-wide
mining that this be by Rusty MickSer. president. provide a more favorable leasing arrangements part. Sept 8.Dear Mrs. Scribner was Betty Jo Parker was bought with the money donated ,4'
point ,
a for uniformity
Hamilton County project, It warn decided that the club would to produce an above average of JerailngL. Among her relatives for the ch M'a chair before the i
I Mrs. Simpson:
have an entry In the upcoming Jasper Income for their families I in Hamilton County she names beautiful donation from Betty Jo
as a corporation I have Just received The Jasper
After Of made to farm
Homecoming parade. .lThe'onstitution Operating loans I SC'rlbner'ca .
High .
,make personal gain only club Home News and wculd like to donate the Blanch Jones, The C. A.
I ir was decided that the families by Farmers and her sWer, Q Harrell (Mrs
Commissioner Hogan .00 to buy the children of h Hamilton little to the
would continue to maintain the The United States"Hold istration are used for the $100 ) The plaque memory
Herman of Jennings.
plan whereby the Board Admin-I Co. the wheel chair In Hfrrell) will be
(. ( school bulletin board President of r feed, seed, fertilizer, memoryof The Donnle had chronic of Donald1 D. Scribner a '.
No little/boy
present project late little 8 year old son. reminder always of a mothers love
S-143) as Is tickler appointed a committee for on. my friends, to the Constitution I machinery and other my nephritis. :The parents moved. to
Grove Church to the this purpose. A committee less also I of the United States of to I cover other farm and home ex Many times he used a little chairand California hoping//to prolong his for a little boy.

cure a loan to finance(SR-25 l appointed to plan Projects through, "America, and to the Republic tor1.wb1ch' eases I think every? hospital wed oneI life. We are grateful for the; continuous e
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project comect with I lout the year. A 'ilk**. ,it stands. Miracles do- not Recreational facilities are also would like a plaque attached Mrs. Scribner'letters need no i interest d Adina Simpson in.

Coat to disowned, but Mrs. D. R. Kif&an. club cluster,, .and what has happened financed by operating loan fund engraved "Donated ,In memory of comments, only/ears of sympathy the hospital and Its neid a
plan was sor, brought sevej matters tr* once In, 6.000 years may never happen These loans may be used to finance I|, Donald S. Scribner 1M7 1 "s." and appreciation.4In This interest reminds: us that
the Boardd.Motion '
made by Mr. attention of the gWb. After tP again. Hold on to jour Constitution foreitry production: the accompanying picture MrsSimpson there; U no better way.to show love
was Mr. lI items were discussed.LUi I :r..rsing ,. for if the American Constitution Further information is aailableat Sincerely, and Mis Marie Iludnon for a, loved but that a memorial in_
and seconded by adjourned.I ."* should fall there will'be anarchy i the Farmers I Home AdminiauraUon I Hamilton County Hospital are the hospital a room redecorated as 1
following Jo Parker Scribner, of
carried that the ''was I Don Wetherington. I throughout the world. office in Street.the Dedge Building Betty; La Mesa, California seen. holding the check In payment such. 'i I

Page Reporter Elwood Wetherlngton Vest Halley ,.
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FACE TWO ft'.<";' V' "* ,, *. I *:;;fI:' THE JASPER NEWS JASfcER FLORIDA I Friday, October 9, 1964

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I civilians nrnnnffca' Florida's 83':lowing 18th birthday borught in. I "
Young Men turning BURNHAM i NEWS r
local board Tula indlcalea care.'400-500 lone overdue I'e1Pltrantl'tolocal \ Jbc

18 Must RegisterYoung lessness and I lnorance-4not rank boards In July including some 1 ", -, I iH'FKRK, r {Easier "elU
disobedience 4s behind/most late who otherwise might not have registered ., Most of life'* problems are like :

men turning 18 yea. c; registrations.. / I at all those find on Cloverleaf our highways.interchanges Unlikelythough we, OBITUARIES I .,* V ''Published\ Every 'Friday ,

age must register with the Selective Late registrants declared "delin As Florida news media spread It may seem there is a Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida

'Service System within five quent" are subject possible early the word, further improvement of way out. JTY i Subscriptions :Strictly:) in Advance '
day loUowlna their 18th birthdays, induction into the ArmedForces the State's registration picture Is Bill Vaughn '
$3.00 in Outside
Local Board 14 Clerk Paul Johns.. Registrants help themselves by expected . REV. CEORUE W. OLDIIAM : Hamilton County $4.00 of County

Live Oak, Florida-said oday( registering, on time, under a new I,| Miss Rita Stephens cf Galres-' Rev. George \VYUis Oldham 84, a i Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
'' Men turning 18 in thlf county! will
program' launched) in July to exa- vile spent the weekend of Sept. retlired Presbyterian minister of Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Mistaken Ideas are hell by some mine 18 year o'(h: out of school unmarried report to the nearest local board. Ifa Rt7. Reldsville died
27th at her home in Jennings. Sept. 9, at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher
man is away from home on vaca'tion -
young they may register any and otherwise available |' Everyone was glad to see her a- 11:40: at Annie Pnn Memorial Hospital I
time during their 18th year; how- for military service| One purposeis attending schol or workingat gain. following a critical Illness of
ever, the (lve-.Jay limitation Is im to Identify those who fail Armed a temporary Job. he should regi- . :six weeks. He had been In declining aI
posed by Presidential proclamation J examinations and to refer later and give his pet ,anent home I
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Scat health for several years.
of 1948, the Clerk said. address. His hometown board will I II
'those who qualify for from had supper with Air. and Mrs. Wal He was bcrn hi Orange County
his card
receive registration
t fto agencies for education rerraln- lace Selph Thursday night. near Chapel Hill, son of the late I .TYPING:
\, M- Latevtegis ,atiool..anpng Floida's 'Y+ling and other assistance. the board,taking" his registration., .. .... Thomas J. and Annie Clegg. Old.ham. .
Ills board ot Jurisdiction nevxtf 'H. ...
young men tvrnlns 18 seri- Pttra was .. .
usly hamper Selective ;i The ll Reunion held lIe'was graduated from the
Service operations | Examination of 18.year-olds does changes.
aimed t at the Community Center In Mayo University of North Carolina in 1904
at helping them andthe not mean they face induction In the
Nation State Selective Service Immediate future.: Present induction -I Parents may accompany tons to Sunday September 27th. Relatives and taught school for 4 years at
Director Colonel HareM C. Wall age is 21-22 depending on calls'[register, but this is not necessary. from far and near came to enjoy Sharp's 'Institute, at Huntersvifle e-
said recently. ,Selective Service receives from the Registrants may identfy them,this occasion:: At the noon hour and Hawkf, leld. PAPER
[celvcs ty birth certificates, drivers a delicious meal was spread In He uracirated from the Union Theological s:'
of I III
Depart nent DefendThe :
More\ than one out of three of i|+.i licenses and other records. cluding .pans of cooked fresh water I[, Seminary in Richmond.Vain "

Florida's 3,927 young meni reelster-I II 'State Director predicted in I I Each man will be mailed a Reg. fish prepared by those in charger 1912, end pastored the Yancey-I

ed In July tailed to do July 40.000 18-year-olds over Flori,S istration Certificate on the 10th arrangements'' Everything wCone a vile and Bethesda Presbyterian I .
five days after their lth blrthdaYI'1 would register in the following tQ make' this a good day for Church from 1914 to 1922. '
day of the month following registration. \ 50c Per 100 Sheets
Col.! Wall said. Of 1,421 late registrants (,Ida months. He noted this week that He will carry this card at all those who .attended..'. He also held'pastorate'at f KenansrviUe '
27 I ,N. C. Hot Spring. Va..
only ,
were wilfully his earlier plea compliance with t all fimes. Should he lose it, he
delinquent by uncompensated the five.day registration period foiWHOS -"should apply for a duplicate. Mr.and Mrs. Dick Kaka of Jacksonville ,and the First Presbyterian Churchin -' NOW AT -
/ visited Mr, and Mrs. Frank Jasper, Fla, from 1944 until his
I i I Each registrant Is required to'inform 'fin Gaston on a recent Sunday after retirement in 1950. He moved to The Jasper NewsCLASSIFIED
I his local board Immediate J'IOOI1 Reidsvflle from Jasper in 1963. I

j I ,". of changes: in address and other His first wife, the former Eula '''I _
information affecting his liabilityfor I Mrs Cordon Alderman,-was i con- Kirkpatrick.. died, in 1941. He i is
I' military serivce. fined to Hamilton County Hospital survived by his second wife, the 1 ADS
: several days last week. She is former Mamie L.. Montgomery.

Surviving with his wife are two
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glisters. Misses Jane and Mary Old FOUND: Pair brown rimmed
AFRAID Finds Fla. 'glasses in front of Post Office. Get Sale. Good condition. $43 and
Survey RepresentativesHave ham of High Point; and two nephews $50. Mannings Radio
them at The Jasper News. Repair. Jasper
RecordA A memorial service was held at I phone 792-4421- tfc
OF ASNAKE Poor Economy 9OOam.: at Wilkerson Funeral! GOOD OPPORTUNITY for Lady to VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY-

Home Chapel conducted by the : go In business for self. Small Investment In'Uve Oak Florida for all your
tabluation of the last 20 votes of U. S. Repreicnatives Rev Eugene Boeite The bcdy was required for $12,000 musical needs from organs and,
? on Issues involving increased spending shows then taken to the Bethlehem Presbyterian stock. If Interested contact Mrs. piano to records and record play.

I r that moat Florida members of the House of Representatives Church near Chapel Hill, John Dedge. tfc er" tfc

,... f have a tendency to spend the taxpayers money rather where funeral services were held REPAIRS!
freely. Only one, Rep. Cramre from the 12th District at 10:30 a.m.r conducted by Dr. IGNITION' PARTS for all corn- We repair all types T. V. and
record of voting for Dr. Joseph Garriison pastor of the pickers'lawn ,mowers, chain saws.
had a 100 percent ,economy. radio. Also Small appliances. Man
\ Tractors Trucks and Foreign and
The "Economy Voting Record" released! this week Presbyterian Church'of Covenant. nings Radio Service Jasper 792-
American made cars. Ralph Jack-
Greensboro. Burial followed in the
t ., covers the House of Representatives only, and was son's Garage. o30c i f421 tic

I ; I compiled by a group called National Associated Businessmen church cemetery. SA VE-8A VE-S&:J J30gal HOUSE\ FOR SALE IX JASPER,

Inc., and they say: ,0 glass lined water heaters. Only 2000. See W. L.
'his N, A. B. Economy Voting Record is offeredIn home now and we hope improving.Mr. $74.9$'10 cu-tt.' Refrigerators $189- 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-1491.Bryan,
the hope that it will encourage citizens everywhereto 95 w.t.; 361 lb. Upright Freeezers Reg. Real Estate Broken. U
'- take a greater interest in what their government is and Mrs. Leon Waters of Arcadia $19995: 473 Ib. Upright Freezer --- .
You are! RlgH7 Who wouldn't bet In fact; many folks doing. It's only purpose i is to bring out the facts as they and sister, Mrs. B. C John $23993; 647lb. Upright Freezers BARBECUE!! New pit at AlapahaMotel
;' son of Greenville visited friends in $299.91; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost Motel Restaurant. Now serving
ere scared of little garden snakes yw lire by projecting the over-all record as'each individual
Hamilton Saturday afternon Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freeze barbecued chicken and smoked
':2* In fact, many folks are scared, period. They're afraid of /& Congressman made it by his own votes..available from I $249.93 W.t. 5-year warranty at mullet Route 41 north of Jasper.
Complete copies of the report are land Mrs Billy Manning's Radio Service call 792- Its delicious!
sickness and H-bombs and other, people and themsel* << Houpt tfc
N.A.B., Inc.. 1000 Connecticut Ave.'Bldg., Washington, Charleston,. South Carolina 4421. Jasper. tfc '--,- --
and-y.oell. Just life In general ... ', ATHLETES FOOT GERM
D. C., 20036. Price 20c. weekend with their sister Mrs HELP
I*, What they need Is somebody to comfort them In times .. 'H' For 'It For Elizabeth Kramer.. Also visiting vacancy in N. Hamilton: Co.over Jasper 24, HOW TO KILL IT
In 3
1 + More Mrs. Kramer days not pleased with strong -
of fear and true. over the weekend
-somebody strong for
Rawlelgh dealer Full time
"'. .... )I",' tBcOJIa, rty', Spending were Mr, and Mrs Van Wall of, preferredv Will consider ambitious T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at
who Tha answer Is God _. 24'' 76 Jacksonville. any drug store. Watch infected skin
.' I D. Mathews .._._.____ --- part-timer. Many now earning $3 slough off. Watch
, If you have fears, tell God about them. He will help you D. Fuqua _.. .___,_.---4.:::...-. 33 67 Mr. and per hour and up. .See Mrs. Karl M. it. No more healthy'itch & burning skin replace !
;, flyeuJQBM thfiflJ. Get to know God better and you will see. I Ifl t I R. Cramer ._._____ .- 100 00 Lake City spent Russell Hcrne of Howe, 101 Shelby St., Live oak. or Use antiseptic soothing T-4-L Foot
.. D. Fascell ___.,--S---: -.. 5 90 parents Mr. and with their Write Rawlelgh FA 150 UTO, Memphis Powder too one for sweaty
r I "' ,,_ 55 Claud Horne. Term. 016P
D. Bennett ----a-- feet, foot order
---- 42 ; stays active in the
, D. Gibbons ____..--- 58 Gene Wynn eleven year old of .._' .. -7r- akin for hours. NOW at WISE'SDRUG

..... R. Gurney __-'- : .. -_-.w.- -+_____ .- 95' 5 Mr. and Mrs: James Wynn son re- HOUSE FOR RENT ROOMS by STORE. tfo

c. See V tt S D. Haley __ _..._____-- w 95 5 turned to his' home Monday of this day. week. or month AlapahaMotel I
% D. lIerlong __________ ._ --- after confined to Gaines
D. Pepper .._______..____.______ 0 100 vile Medical' Center for quite .Store Fronts
Jasper Ministerial Alliance I D. 60 40 I some time He Is much improvedand I Mirror Kesllvered
Rogers-----------7--- we are so glad. I FARMERS I .Tub Enclroirea Showers
'---------------------.---=.-.--_---- ....._ ---------, _______ _. _-. ----------- J: 115 W. Savannah Ave.
-------------------- --- --------------------------- --- -----------,-- CII2-5283
Cleveland and Sudle MONEY Tor your' farm opera. VALDOSTA
Selph and
dons at reasonable
cost. Terms
children spent Sunday in Uve Oak FOR SALE Godd used
tn fit your needs. Loans up tot Maytag
Cecil Eatmon with Mn. their parents and grandparent vetirs CjH North Florida Pro- Gas Stove, $50. Ph. 792-7231 tfc
and Mrs.
.Pennywell. Kelley. ':ction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave ii V IMMEDiATE OPENING;:-

,. \ Mr and Uv Oak Tel 362-2583 For one $11250
Mrs J, E. Williams cf I route man. Age
Jacksonville are proudly announce 25 to 59. Also opening for two $87.50

ing the arrival of a baby son bom LOT AT 8UWANNEE SPRINGSFor per week men. Age 29 to 55 (Would

Service Centef September 28, In St. Vincents Sale. On the river high and consider capable woman for this
Hospital. The little lad weighed dry, good location, only $1,000. See Place.) Sober character. Neat and
7 'IDS. and 12 OZS. and has been Robert Ehlert owner. tfc. clean in personal habits. ,Car nece-

given the name Joseph Monroe. -,-- ssry. Home every night. We train.
NEW The Williams' have two other child MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE For personal: interview/ in your
LOCATION at Big Top Warehouse ren. Mrs: Williams will be reme. Jeeps $6850, Boats $6.18, Type. home, write J. H McGarity, P. O

mbered as Jimmie Lee Gresham.CROSS writers $415 Airplanes $7220, Box 677. Williston 32696. O16C
; Autos Farm Tractors, and '
: Nice
baby bed and

Agent_ For Swift's Fertilizer ATMOORE others Direct from too'numerous U. S. Government to mention., For' i I or stroller.PH: 7926331.See Mrs. Turner Bryant rTC

complete directory where to buy In I ----- -- ,-
four state send 100. or $1.75 for ,I TOUR OPPORTUNITY
National Directory, to Blaketag The Moorman Mfg. Co, well

Surplus P.,O. Box 223, Memphis known 75 year old, company, now
Tenn. 38101 O9CJ"I operating In most of the United

FEEDS and PESTICIDES ACREAGE' WANTED 30_ to 110 I I I States is expanding its operation

acres, woods or hammock preferr, in this area. If you are, under 50,
T ed.I Will ,like outdoor work: and have' some
buy or swap for place in :'
town where I i capital I would like to tell you a.
or you need it as I am 'I
Building Contractor. Let me know I!bout this new feed business opportunny -
\ what you have. Dan O. Reeves, I. as showing of a film narrated
Complete line of Fertilizer: Red Steer Pas- |
; White Springs Florida. Call 397-'by Lowell Thomas picturing' our
Q G D 2361. 09p ,I home office, factory research department
turgro Certified Formula and Blenn ,for r and opportunities. For
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1 appointment phone: WY7-1476.
I Floyn Dalton Monticello. FJa, or
.Stock and futures in Wonder Bar
Tobacco. ? .. "j ,' : at Jasper Florida O9P write to Box 486.
Methyl Bromide and Applicators. ,. -- -

,r L-- H: 7GAS GAGS'Low Hrma a &:

Polyethylene Tobacco Covers. 1.

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Tremor 2-1001

Complete Line of Feeds & Minerals Shawn. .

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above lines were written in 193-1,..interesting I She also wanted information con, Elliott W. Graham, Jr. ,

1946. distributed. 'cerning John and Hiuda Ivy. If anyone Ll ansflfonMemorial .1
: new president has such information would T1 -
: r
SIq I "mue tit Bell.. Dew Bell ton waa a guest.I ''you pass It ()Ito her. '} JspiEal; JVews j

Is.Jt. ..raJfy true I, Dung'the Mrs. Anderson says we could j
L That Hie Elves hide themselves- the Pair' held start a historical society here witha J
In y i r'cup of blue versation. Mr little effort mainly printing st6r.ks h ,I
0 S. ,
& R Then when dancer;:; passes deeM display,1 of.old families.. : \ I ; .'r; ],. -.-
Down among the grasses ton whosemem. I
Elf and and County RAT POISON GOES TO HAWAII X ': a aI
Fjoy,.run play I ones .
....._ 51_...... jl As we children; do {go round she I It began three years ago when t g ;
Blue Bell. Dew DenIs I Fair. Figurines 'Jack, Vinson and his father-lnjaw! t' ,
it really true? mounted on a E. J,' McCall decided! they could A
much giaoT to be nee I
These ,three little fairy song!I dolls of Mrs. do something about the pests, roaches a rl
loved song a few (years ago. Today, you're "last summers" were wordS? by J. L. Crommelln were praised to rats etc. Now it is that they Grover Padgett ;1
"The falling leaves drift by the Breaking the heart of me." Brown with music by Maurice Be- (to go see ship on the average of once a Mrs. Mae 1\1 Iller.

window Newsand sly Margaret Truman used them: month 400 dYzcnIIC'kages: of this l Mrs. Nettie Reid
The autumn leaves of red and goldI From U. S. World re. as an encore at one of her concerts! The G. A's of poison to Hawaii. This is shipped In Albert Noroood :I
see your lips the suinmer kisses port. David Lawrence writes about ciation held a strong cartons (Mr. Henry Lewis, pithy: Huner ,

The sun burned hands I used to "Responsible Indhi .Wlsm" and1' The fairy children go to school (Sept. 26 at makes them to New Orleans'! and 5 r Leon Musgro\e I

hold quotes from a 1946 article. I'I'I As other children do j Mrs. Fred lI thence by boat to our 50th state Mrs. Opal Law
Since went the "We hear much about what the
grow you long away days I Government should do for the individual And learn to paint the trees and i Comer: of Massacre"I Otten'senicemen find it en Hawaii Chris rut.bard (col)
flowers I Helen and tell the folks back here about itI Amos Wilson (col.) .
And soon TH hear old winter's We hear much about what
But I miss you most of all my song darling -:the individual should do to exert, a With red and green and blue ''asitudy on I IfAt I I They get{ inquiries from manyplaces. I Nathaniel Only (fool)
So when you see an autumn leaf the noon : Recently from Honduras.
strong influence on the policy. of.the I The above is the likeness of Elliott I
that Isn't colored right lunch But no shipments are made outside
When Autumn leaves start to fall" Government. ) W Graham, Jr of White PATIENTS DISCHARGEDl
.t. need You'll know a Fairies painting class young people the U. S.
What we is a spiritual Influence Springs Florida, Caner Ugh ,
The haunting melody was by Joseph j i strong enough to put into the has been there. in the. night There were A Lt Col. from the Pentagon recently School class of 1961. Elliott left Hubert Miss Patricia Murphy Griner i
Cecil Vann is !
Kasma English.. lyrics by. : I heart and mind of the individual a "Canterberry bells are big hotels rector of girls ) ordered some. Whether there Sunday September 27, 1964 for St. Mrs. Lottie Allen i
Johnny? Mercer. ,sense bf responsibility rot only for are rats in the Pentagon or for a .. .
Which richer fairies keep in matter. Petersburg, Florida where he will Miss Kay Tompkira
himself but for his neighbor and his private use no
""Autumn make ,up your mind I fellow humans no matter where And each little elf has a room to Ken Malpas take his internship is in i Gibbs High Paul Hunter 'f"-" A
himself An'a bath an'a bed to Ifrom 3 3:30 'School. Elliott majoring In' Industrial William Deas
what you will be ) they live,j lave| the fundamental years The Woman's Club meets at :
One day you are October charming!, issues really changeed since theItem sleep in glad to be, we Friday afternoon Oct. 9. W>lene 'I Arts and mlrwrlng in Electrical Mrs. Lula Law

i And most fine nights you can see made a good }\ Drury is the newly elected presi I; Technology. hope for himmrwh Mrs Clyde Alderman k
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County M'I.-n--Ilte-s Number' 5-2411 and move the ,their.lights.an hear the Elf Bells j not privileged dent. fession.success) !in the teaching pro. Mrs. Patricia Combasa ;,
ringing : Ken got home FJwood Bembry .1
latter Item to the place of first pri- Betty Kyser is program chairmanon
(Continued from Page 1) ority in the aforesaid Road Budget. But you {must be near Or you'll ter N. Fla. Jr. Education and has as her speaker Mary F, Thomas, Reporter Mrs. Lizzie Combass
never hear thee sound of the Fairles .' Ernest Rufledge
TIIEREFORE BE IT RESOLL Mr. Harry T Reid School -- --- -
lutlon be adopted and the Resolut- Mrs. Mae S
singing C A. Avriett
that the State Road Depart Superintendent.
theVED . I .
ion was unaminously adopted by ment of Florida Is hereby reuested I ,was in town ) Mrs. Drury announces the Dist- DUPLICATORPAPER Eddie Lee Battles
Board. Ralph and Katharine Prescott &: old recorded Lola McNeal'''
delete Numbers 5- ( .
to Budget Item
RESOLUTION family of Gainesville spent Sunday about "Bakers continued on page .6 Exa Bowen
WHEREAS the Board of 2407 and s2409! and to transfer the A.
County with their mother, Mrs. W. I
Commissioners of Hamilton County funds{ allocated for the construction Lewis. ,

Florida, have determined that it of these two Items to Budget Item 5 ., .

will be to the best intereest and ad.Number 5-2411 and give the latter Professor Moore of North Fla, I I BIG 3 IN :1 SALE

vantage of said County to amend Item priority over all other Items Jr. College preached at the 1st Baptist I
their 1964-65 Secondard Road bud- remaining In the Secondary Road Church Sunday in the absence I

get, and, Budget for Hamilton County, and; of the pastor, Rev. Sayre Canova: ,
WHEREAS, In order to achieve BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED .' .
the desired results, it will be recess- that the State Road Department of Come Tuesday morning Oct. 6, FLOOD ANNIVERSARY.

art to: delete Budget Item Numbrs Florida !is hereby requested to a- I got out my treasured last years CLEARANCE)

5-2407 and 5-2409, transfer the funds mend said Budget to read as fol- winter togs pressed out the wrinkles .5 f

allocated to these Items to Budget lows: pressed the bolbriggon pajamasand

Budget made ready to enjoy the cool THE BIGGEST SALE EVER 'STAGED IN JASPER
Item Estimated and cold weather. It can be done

No. ..Length Location Cost you know if we put aside the Fla.

5-2411 14 S. R. 25 at Hillcrest running east and mage of all hot weather. Then too Merchandise. involved in LIVE OAK'S FLOOD DISASTER had to be mov-
southeast to connection with Road 137 and saying so helps a little.

west .of Purvis Still .. *T ,.'h: !5450.00000 And the'"' "" nice things about ed out of room
Live Oak Store
Eagle's to make for
5-2405 6.2 S.R. S-143 to S.R. 25 at Oak Grove Church 1&O.OCO cold weather., "Just name one," new stock. This -

5-2406 0.75 G.S.&F.: R.R to S.R 51 13.00000: .
5-2408 2.3 Streets in Jasper 75,00009S. The W ]IT. S. circles of First Bap MUST BE SOLD IN JASPER THIS WEEK-END! PRICES .

5-2410 0.5 R. 25 to Stephen Foster Memorial. I Nfcrth I List met Monday afternoon in good
2000000 ,Form (fn frite of a rainy aftemon. REDUCED DRASTICALLY
I The membership Is changed oncea
5.2412 0.32 SR. S 136 to S.R. 25 In White Springs .... 30,000.0) '
5-2413 0.66 S.R. 25 to S.R. S-51 in Jasper .,... 40,00000Methodist I year this avoiding clanlshnes l, -

5-2414 0.47 Church to S.R. 25 in Jasper ... 35,000.00 : the Mrs.Miriam Blanche Circle Perry at entertaH the Power .. '.. Ladies' New FallSportswear I MEN'S BETTER

5-2415 County-Wide Lounge because of some exteru'vo! '


Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners Mrs. Ursula Camp had a ffod 1 I I

will receive sealed .Bid .lU1t1l'10:00c'clock: A.:>t on,November., 4, 1964. I attendance at her home the Re4<' -.i- ..

d for the following equipment' circle. : ; \ .

NeW Tractor Shovel not less than 2 yd;. A.E.: rated capac.' I Mrs. Cecil Vatm was 'I I ., '5.. .\'AND. .' ,r : ,,,.1i ."' '.. "
ity. General purpose: bucket to handle, materials averag. the Frinfc Circle. meeting' :'. \ featuring *,, : .ff; >
ing 3000 Ibs 'per cubic yard.. Filtered Hydraulic system. Educational Building. t
Four speed power shift transmission.! Four wheel drive. I Aileen and Catalina' ; J ,
CLUB memh-'"' ; (
Planetary type axles. Flour wheel air powered hydraulic :< .. ,
(Woman's Club Frlday afternoon
brakes. Mechanical parking brake on prop shaft Power I -
,Os,9th at 3::30 the Woman' Club J \ 'J
steering. Four 17.5-25 12-ply tires. Powered by diesel begins the years meeting by llcGregor'and\ B.V.D. .

engine as recommended by the manufacturer. Dry type is chairmanfor
.j Betty Kyser program I
Air Cleaner. Machine to have not less than 13,000 lbs lifting I the afternoon. Reduced !A or: More Long Sleeve and Short Sleeves '

capacity as shown on manufacturer specs and all stan- . "

dard equipment. 'r. f ff, t'- y.-J1t Harbuck, Mrs. Artina < Regular $4.00)( to $5.95 J
And Freddie went Sahir -
TRADE-IN Simpson'
... Each Bidder to state price net cash with consideration for tradein day to visit Mrs. Charles Join -'iSunday --. ". 1
anA! Freddie SPECIAL GROUP $2.00
of TD.9 Tractor. Mrs Simpson I
Bids to be filed In the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on or attended S. S. and Church '" Fernof'ina .
at R"V, Jam1? Newman\
before ten o'clock, Nov. 4r 1964 Aileen
church (Church of God Th v (.tt'o-I\ :
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject
ped at Callahan for short visit .
any or aft bids. with Clyte and Ida Courson SKIRTS JACKETS PANTS ;; Mens: Womens Childrens

Board of County Commissioners, ,.. .. ,
Hamilton County, Florida. Sam and Betty;:Sear cf Orlarcte REGULAR, $6.99 and $7.99 : n. ,I : 0.. "' L'ffl i

By: J. R. Miller Clerk came up last weekend! to celebrate 't+ ... ,
Oct. .9, 16; 23 Mr* LlDlim Sean (the mother '
; .
; 1 :t. ; SHO'ES .
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat to study the needs for Hamilton Urthdiv. We understand Sam had $3.00 ,

such' copies of this resolution County's planning and zoning: Thomas to return but Betty spent' the week \...:.. <, ,; "
as may be necessary to accomplishthe Bridges. Chairman: Billy A. : !..,, ,,.'. .. ,. t ..
stated request shall be furnished I Jones C. R..Watson, Aaron Hogan, .
to the State Road"Department i hey Prescott, members; and Wallace the worst of them is a confl"ork pow KNIT\: SHIRTS and SHORTS f i'l. k '::;' ;: Regular $3.99 to $9.99 .,...

of Florida. Deas, alternate member. war t*, oroejess.; A vote of \' >i ..1:111. .' ,'\ ..,. .
Approved and Adopted on this The City of Jasper made a re- d..e two wavs. I \ tot -. "
I . \ Regular $3.99 4.99 | ;+.: .,'
I Hat day of September 1964. quest,that the Board agree to house 'di' '
Guy McGhin.Chair the city prisoners while the city "' Dr. Owrltom and Annie Lou Pra- .oo : $1.00
man Board of County Commissioners In the process of building a new' her &children event Sunday with > .

Hamilton County, Florida. Iii and a contract: will be offered mother Myrtle White. r ,

ATTEST: J. R. Miller, Clerk. I as soon as details' are worked out..r .., .\ v. ,.
I "Rrbeecn DrVame and \
Plans were,discussed to set up a There being no further business M"x arid
planning and zoning Committee for,, before the. Board, said Board ad; ,heir( twi,.lltle daughters Lvn aM
Hamilton County A. temporary Committee :I joumed.i Daun are'a. proud family welcoming Ladies. RayonPANTIES Ladies' Men's and Students
of the following citizens i Guy McGhin, Chairman. the birth of a little boy. TVes.]

of Hamilton County was appointed ATTEST: J. R. Miller Clerk. Sept.; 29. Mrs.C D. Barker, r went
last Saturday to pay them a visit DRESS
of. several days. I. !/ it'SLACKS I
I''J >
1 i *
HARRISON HOMES Ine. sper' folks welcome Rev and I
I t\
Mrs Warren back home. He was Sizes 5' to I 10 : Special Group

,'. pastor'of Advent OrUtian several Famous Brands
Presents .:\' ',. years ace and come again. They 1 Reg. 49c pairpair REDUCED Traditional or Ivy Styling
in the church parsonage.!
., 2, 3, or 4 Bedrooms;;\ are Rev, Warren is principal of the : 1 L Regular $4.98 and $5.98 "'

\ school at Oayland and is at homeon
I, l/2! or 2 Baths the weekend church congregation.when he preaches to 3 l'QO. 72 2 pairs $7.00 \;

HOMES We hear that young Regina Hunt --- OR MORE
ALL BRICK', daughter of Carey and Mvrna is six ."i

yean old and has started to school b LadiesSWEATERS' ." 4

, She is a very happy young lady, !: Ladies New FallDRESSES Boys Better
No Money 'Down on Your Lot. .

Guests of Mrs. Graham*Black on

. Will accept house or trailer on trade. the weekend were Mrs. VonceDe Sport Shirts :

Black., Graham Black in and .
>", \ On Sunday there was the birth. Tom Rob B.V.D. .i
The Latest Sawyer Roy -
.- .. For (Information Contact '. Mr Jim Black .Cardi..nd Pullover Styles ,
.' day dinner honoring :
K, ; -: Famous Long and Short Sleeves' :

; ALEXIS MILLER, Jasper, \ or write .Om of the many interesting meetIn in anew fall fashion colors Make4Z' Regular. 2.99. and $3.99 t1t'
V VHarrison of Jasper Home Demonstration ) to : oo
"'*. 1st after thee $2.0.0'
Club was the meeting
Homes Inc> ... ,'. "' for
., y > summer adjournment. BJna Barker /
1"t. ;' was hostess at her horae.Wyi. In $3.66 $3.00A

Florida ma White! ewe an IBustrated talk OFF .
'" Ji: : Box 204A, Perry, on nutriments. At this time taking : ; J :
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CALVARY ST I FISII SUPPER \White Sprinslihl',while other girls gathered at two Presidential Rally ( .'
homes td bakee'more cakes. Busy ..c. ;
LADIES MEET Maple Grove It. D. Club had their team work>in the'
SchoollNews i kitchen soon pro AtValdosta.( ;
annual stepper Saturday evening duce seven more cakes for the sale: VS..M ILt a
The WMU ladled of Calvary October 3 at the school lunch room The Home EC. hada Letter-slo ,
held The White eSprings Student Couni Department Senator Strom Thurmond of 5,, ..
Baptist their 'mission ktudy in White Springs. Mot of the memo surprise visitor last Friday. "
course Sept. 29th at the home- >f bers and their famllieijvyfir--I icli is the active; organization this Carolina who recently declared his

Mrs. Frank Smith. The title ,of the sent There were aboutW persons year. On September 25th they spon-1 t Mr.Immediately William after Johnson school. dismissed school the Editor /' loyalty tq the RepubUcaih,Party and .". '! '
the Barry Goldwater. will,be prl.nclpal.
book was "Spiritual Life Develop to enjoy the delicious/food./ / scred. T n.Nlght In the school gym I janitor, discovered inch "
a'fourteen speaker at the' firsU Presidential
ment"; The. book .was taught by Hush-puppies, green/slaw andpJe and Saturday: morning October 3rd diamond back rattlesnake near oneo I Ie ... I Rally ever, held in Valdosta.
Mrs. JuanitA Grantham, Mrs. Mar. was served along witH the fish'with they held a bake sale downtown!' ttte'sewing, -
machines. Needlessto
gie Burnhant and 'b rss. Fre Herring coffee and tea for d/inks., Teen-Night was 'a big: success say th visit and life'bf the uninvited GET OUT THE VOTEOn tlcians whom their heirs are now The event scheduled for Thursday

with 12 members present. I Mrs. Johnscn from Kargof Ga with many games to play and a re. guest came to an abrupt' end. the 3rd of Nov. we have an (supporting, it would be enough to. October 15, 1964, at Cleveland Field

Everyone who read the book felt was cne ct our guests. We are' al. cord player for those wishing to!, Reporters: Paula Allison election so Important it may ,represent 'I make them turn in 'their graves. I 8.30: ptn. Chairman Lou Wilson of

that It was a great inspiration to ways glad to have visitors. Everyone dance. It was held from 7 until and Sue Ilillhouse a crisis in our nation; t When Lyndbn Johnson was in the i the Lowndes "County "GoldwaterForPres1dent" -
them. enjoyed the evening very much 10:30. Cokes and candy were sold< Committee has Iss.I .
I whether we will continue our present j Senate, he was very vocal in opposi ,
refreshments.' used an invitation to residents of
as : Students in
grades trend toward socialism and in : civil right,. and in his real estate I
After the meeting, Mrs. Smith ADVERTISINGPAYSIN seven through twelve from Whiter, EVER .TIME A FORESt S ; surrounding counties to Join in the
the business, sold only to restrict.II ,
served delicious refreshments, hav- disaster, or can we return to I rally
Springs invited.
FIRE STRIKES 'ed whites but he is ardent :
government of liberty and freedom now an ,
ing fellowship one with the other. st
I The bake sale prced to be a iorry! our corstifution intended. L. B. race mixer, peerfectly willing to I 1; Program Chalnrfan Archie Grif.

Burline Culbreth, Publicity.I THE JASPER NEWSWE'RE good( ( money making projeect. Donated 1\\ YOU: Johnson has said, "Let us con'Jeopardize the tuture of the white fin said the Senator will be Introduced

t. Chairman. cakes: and pleas browniesand 4 tinue", which could only mean thatwith' | race, and instead of a Southerner:,': by former Representatve,

cookies sold so quickly' that I GET-BURNED him we would continue! down in the White House of whom we I Iris Blitch of Homervilie. In addition
some members- continued to sell, the road to greater debts, more In. {, could be proud, a disgrace of I, to the :principal speaker, other -
TRADING LONG: --- --- I I nation, more give away to our whom we can only be ashamed. I entertainment 1 Is scheduled.

enemies, to loss of states rights The A. D. A. pf which Humphreywas I
I Senator Thurmond has been
Public I Announcements( : i more control by government, less a founder, goes right down the I outstanding spokesman for South an.
liberty and freedom and the event. Communist line in many. Issues,
f ern conservatives' in the Senate for
------- 'ual turning our nation into mulla and in recognizing as an extreme I
I IV THE COURT OF' Tlltf rant, his agent or attorney and toes and mongrels,'with the white. radical socialistic and unamerican,many years. Local Goldwater com
rotiNTT : accompanied by a filing fee of one I mittee officials stated:
Jl/roV g dollar and Such claim or demandnot race entirely extinct. outfit Humphrey opposes most
I IN JunOFHAM'I so filed. hall be,void., everything the South favors,' and i., ''Senator Thurmond's recent'tactlon
IV TIB: ESTATE David Sprauldlnsr t To o-otinue: with Johnson with S
09:79',s IIR.\" As Executor of the Lat his record of winning In politics :,with Johnson betraying the Sout, in announcing his change in>
...peceasedTO .. Will and Testament ofItATTllt fair foul and with Humphrey as the South s party affiliation from the Demo-
Alt ( IJ.TOR" A\I) PKH- Lee de..dFlr.t I and finances by or means,
SONS HAVIMtt CLAIMS OR .,.:.I, publication Heptembff. 1964 and his unscrupulous and aggress- worst ,enemy, could any self-res I cratic to the Republican Party was .
MAND AGAINST SAID ESTATE: September 25, Oct. 2. 9, it I pecting Southerner vote for either?
You and each of you are hereby I r i jive use of all of his power to build a most courageous and momentous
k\W e are. ottfled and required to present my NOTICE OF APPLICATION more power, he could be as dangerous In, electing Barry Goldwater I political act, and Its effects are
claim and demand
which I
either of you may hare nrnlnit you I the or FOR TAX DEED as any dictator could be. President, we will have one who likely to: be among the most far-

estate .of r.KTTYft BHAdWELL., dceaied. Notice is hereby given that Mrs. I To all-politicians, whether U S. has an experienced and successful! :I reaching in the South. We urge all
late of Said
County to the
County: Judge of Hamilton County Orrie Moore Kendrick the holderof Senators, Naive Congressmen:, or businessman before' he got into people in this area to come hear
vii Jj Florida n| his office in ,the courthouse the following certificates has I mere constables, who feel the retention politics which cannot be said about I this lifelong conservative expresshis
of said County' Jasper '
__ Florida, within six calendar month filed said certificates for a tax deed tt their power or Jobs depend Johnson whose great wealth i fs due views about the coming Presidential
from the time of the flret publicationof i to be issued thereon. The certificate upon endorsing the present to. a government granted monopolyof election"

claim this or notice.Two demand shall copies be in of writingand each numbers and years of issuance, Regenerated so-called'' Democratic, a T. V. station, which if properly !

On Hew.FORD shall state the place of residenceand the description of the property and I Party, our pity goes to each of investigated[ would probably prove
,_ ... ,pout and office shall address be swore If to the by claimant the )the names in which it was assessedare these who has to bury his conscience I a greater scandal than the Tea Pot I water is a great American with e-

claimant his agent, his attorney and as follows: honor and patriotism Dome. Goldwater was elected honor nough courage Intelligence, patriotism

TRACTORS I dollar accompanied and Such by .>claim filing or fee demandno of one Certificate No. 28. I under the mire of (!political expedi. |ably; fairly, and. with no hint of and honesty, to steer our country

r$ no filed I shall be ,void. I Year cf Issuance, 1961. ency. Our sympathy went out to bribery, stuffed ballots or any corruption on a safe, sane,and prosperous
... ... QRTTYS IWARWELli of Block 8, Reneau's, Sec. 7, Twp when the dictator in the White said about Johnson. won't you help save our nation
Erin-Big .AJJowiBttS for your old tractor- First- publication September Deceased 25, 1964 2S. Range 16 East containing H House 'commanded him to secondthe The communists hate doldwater from the threats we now face, give .

any make or model-during this special September 25, October 2, >, 16 acres. rumination ct the mouthy Ho- because he wants to keep Americaso the country; back to the people so

eventl) I IN THE COURT OF THR Name in which'assessed: Mrs. R. ratio Humphrey. strong that we can successfully we can have some freedom tberty
Pick Your Power In a new Ford-2-3-4-5- IN PROBATE COUNTY FLORIDA All of said property being in the thankful and haW that some Dem spread their propaganda that he is save the white race from extinctionby
IN UK:F8TATK OK County of Hamilton, State of Flori 1 Jocrats have the courage. Intelligence war-minded! and irresponsiblewhich doing all you! cant to help elect
plow In all purpose or row crop models. HtTIII'') IKKDecenied and patriotism to refuse to Intelligent people recognizeas Barry'Goldwater. .

Advancements and Improvements that TO AM. (CKHDITOH Al! ) PKH- da.Unless such ,certificate shall. be accept the foul leadership 'by.the absolutely groundless.' Gold Claude A. Tompkins
put them years ahead I nn\n UtVINfi, (tl.AIM OH 1)HMAMU1 redeemed according to law the I mess now masqurading.under that ..
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and each of you are hereby property described in such certifl.:name which differs from the for. ,,J '
Easy Terms! Use your present tractor for'e''' notified and required to present any cate will be sold to the 'highest mer great Democratic Party as (JJ
claim and demand which
I' all or part of the down payment-take either of you, may have against you the bidder at the court house door on night differs from day. ? ,. ,
estate of IHTTIK LEE deceased the first Monday in the rnorrth 'ofNovember .So we are naturally very proudof
\ up to 4'crop years on the balM el I lute of said County to the County
Judge of Hamilton County, Florida. at 11:00: a.m., 1964, our Jasper product Mallory
i -p,; ,, It. \.' at hi. office In the court house of which is the second day of November Home,. in his stand for better gov- i __
aid County at Jasper. Florida, with. I :
& COME IN NOW! In six l: calendar month torn the time 1964. ernment,. and our great!: statesman l lr I '.
S. of the first publication of this nvtlie. Dated! this 25th day of September Strom, Thurman.who. makes it 1,>l'

t Suwannee, Valley demand. Two shall copies be) In of writing each I claim;, dol'I I 1964. .. 1XT2TA-: : : "{very clear how the socialists, calling r Were You Born In :
shall slate th* place of residence J. R. Miller,' Clerk of I themselves Democrats have so ..

}, FUH.-.1 .1- TractorCompany 1 mant and pout, and office hall. address be sworn of to the by rial the ,Circuit Court, Hamilton I far deviated from sound democracy
October of
1 ( (claimant his agent or attorney and County Florida. that there was nothing left an even year r
pot office address of the claimant ,
r Japer.Phone, 792-6551 and ,vhall, be worn to kj the clai! Oct. 2, 9, 18. 23. |LWe I for Hm except Republican' Par ';.1:"<""
'____ -, !: If REMEMBER
II .. ... -# : ty.Unfortunately
r''(...I, t.. y r 'jp "'f> there are some among I ,
the uneAicated or mentally
i v y : ., sick who say that as their fathersor To Renew YourDriver's ;
,:. f f ., t' \ : grandfathers voted the Democratic r.

.; ";, : ticket, they would still vote
j" for any foul thing.callirlg itself a r License
;I In.
/ f democrat. If however, the former
,. real Democrats who have now
passed on could know the type of
',-. con tip*, .spendthrift socialistic, THIS MONTH !
n ; threacherous and mongelizing poll- '

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I \:.. 'II Zoning Changes Public HearingA
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J ''"'.\ \ Planning and Zoning Board October :-. j
I e' I on Thursday,

L. '' L .. :\ We read where a major university I I'I'i 'I 15, 1964; at 8:00: p.m. at the Jasper City Hall,

,F Now under the v i I, has revealed 'a study 1 to consider the following: ;
4, ,, which should bring solace to
: Vr I I I. Petition to rezone from R.I A to R-2 and '
v those who like their coffee I
r t Standard sign...new, livelier ': breaks right up to bedtime. : !' authorization to install a' trailer park for Mobile _.

(' K" t I According to the study, coffee- Home on property-owned by Mr. Woodrow Wise ;: 1 .

"'i" at bedtime may actually help and described as follows: Bounded on the west by U. t.,

I you to go to sleep. The reason:. I'I S. Highway ,41, on'the south by C. E. '
1 .1 : The drink's warmth Induces Courtoy, on '
CHEVRON.gasolines : : sleep and: the amount of 'stimulating the east by Woodrow Wise, and on the north by Mrs. : '. ",

J caffeln In a cup of coffee I J. G. Black. I'4 v ,
Is'too small Ito' counteract the
You should be but
present objections r :At
or non f :
I beneficial effect of the heat. ." '' '
: 'J + The study also disclosed that objections may be voiced by petition or other repre- -E'.:<'
I i cof- I I .. .
sentation. .
''j most persons who fear that : '

f ,. fee is going to keep their their eyelids I ROBERT H. ,FISK :.,. ':;t")4;',
are 'victims .
I open City Jw. '
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Try Standard*ffn sl..fot todays most c r Ire gOl Jgl ; imagination'victim is one"bf,who his believes "-4." r,".,.>.or",.';0,

,, One of the oldest names in Dixie business, Standard ( that paying more for cleaning '
I ... and laundry Insures getting better I'rS.EJy' TO TRADE_ WITH US! ,: ;;I4
t I t Oil, invites you to meet the newest,- most exciting work. Not so. When folks

'take better, coir of your car. name. i in motor fuels':Chevron gasolines. ChOOse... : find out what wonderful results WARE REDDICK :
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they get '
.* from; 3 great gasolines-all with new, livelier per f1 & CLEANERS and pay less ; .

forma ice..,new long-running economy. For todays .' they become exuberantly Joyous I TRADES YOU WAVPontiac };o.t ::. .

liveliest at Standard You will too. Just try us. }.
motoring stop Oil!
Tempest Cadillac Nt
HINTi Drivers who spend much Bring Your Tine ':
Clean Used Cars r
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/i PACE SIX u 1. .h. c JASPER.. _NEWS JASPER. ,FLORIDA I Friday, October ,9, 1964 1
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continued from pace 3 | It ia illegal //otva ,candidate. to J. R. E.. Lee .. :. -.c-T-t. -== ::-_..::== [Outbreak Of t WHITE SPRINGS 4-11 CLUB NEW
(treat a constitutional to:a cup, cf ',J
'coffee and it is Whether The Lucky Leaf 4-H Club of White
f\BJi tS "1. he caD buy questionable tea lor volunteer NEVS i etei'to MAlL Distfafcg"'Shows < II' Springs W V called" Jo:order'after
@L I / school Monday, October 5 by our
helpers. Results the rarittsh c ndl- '
I/ RStjt) j jI" date requires no wealth' of hid coin: ivnr SUOULD 'YOULOQ TO_ Need '(or \' last ye t's'.PrJ4 ,.PauUjAlli

;; ,to tun far cfflce." / / ,SCHOOL,J" t son. After repeating the pledge, and

-- .fLt.l i I The biggest difference, ''li/ campaigning Recall the ,jale-ef a farmer who, I :thi.Editor..uWILL I' ImmunizationAn The Lord's Prayer, ffHfcussed* ,
the qualifications for offlicers?
In Bdtian and isI
rict wheat invited to attend a fann.er'lIn.tltute
meeting of W. C. in Talla. rfor outbreak cf dlptheria In liar
Tues. Oct. 14, at 9 a.m. registration I that the British voting the asked ,"Why?" The answer dee county and over 375 cases of I We decided that the president

Ion and coffee. Concluding at the party not the individual. candidate was, "To learn how to farm :whopping cough through the state must have completed three yearsof

luncheon (at $1.50 .'I,b tter." The farmer said "But I f WE ACCEPT THE great things. Divided: we will fall.J I brought a warning today from the 4-H Club work and the Vice President -
t "Like a candle in a holy place" already know how to farm better '
Among those planning to attendare I' J Let each citizen his her State Board of Health that all children j secretary and treasurer at
put or
Twice I've 8'eCn.1t recently On the than
: Wylene Drury, Lois Cuny face of Eliza, McCall Webb as Italked I do. I CHALLENGE HERE IN .need to look at history to !know, we should be vaccinated Imrhediat-(least two :years.
That farmer wa just a little ;
Betty Jean ely against the common childhood
Mitchell Francis Dun.away..Francls .
i with her at Mike's store one I :will fall from within, without j Officers elected are Sue Hill-
more honest than most of us.; maybe !disease unless) have | .
Vlnson Mamie JASPER they already
God. So let us ask God: for the wisdom ..
day She said she was eighty but lot house, President; Paula Allison
an, Avie Harrell and May belle a more honest. We do not do I been immunized. In case of doubt,
Black. I age.didn't ,enter into it. It wa.t.the the things we know how to da: as Will we succeed In Jasper as the we need to make cur County I Ithe advice of the family physician I Vice President: Susan Shaw Secl .
calm sweet, contentment. on a facethat well as could It I and City great I believe if the retary;, Debbie Taylor, Treasurer;
Others wishing to go contact Mrs. we ; might not be opportunity presents Itself to us I ,should be> followed.Dr. l
Drury so she can make reservat- trusted popular, it might not help our status believe the greatest; opportunity in I people are given the light they will E; Charlton Prather, the and Cynthia Allison Reporter. Vic
Mrs. Webb said she had eight the county and cities is find their way epidemiologist, kie Pautz was appointed to serveas
ions by Friday 6th. Then why should you go to school history now board's said eight
children, 24 grand and 27, ('I I Let us keep our people informed. I
children correspondence secretary
( dawning
f .ti. Of upon! us. It is like a sunrise cases of diphtheria havee,been reported
,great grandchildren. She lives alone course you go to school firstto I believe if we will keep the people
"The value of E and; H savings 'but with a sort nearby whose boys get a lot of important basic tools on a beautiful day unless we shoulder to the wheel and take ad- recently in Hardee "and ', Mrs. Kenneth Shaw, Mrs. RogerHunzeiker ,
bonds in the hands of investorsare Tools for take advantage of this glorious op. while this does not seem a large Allison
calculating tools for and Mrs. Larry
with he said I vantage this opportunity that
stay her at night or '1 I
past. The 48 billion (dollars there. The wintertime ,she knowing how to find: the information porrunlty now it will be like spending seems sure to come to us. number, the disease could. spread. will assist Mrs. White with 4-H
mark in September ,the first i spends go with some of the children. yu need how to use the dictionary the beautiful day in childlike We tan accept the challenge and As a matter of fact, there Is no reason Club work this year ,
play. If we are to receive I I
the ultimate
time in history. why we should have even a single -
I Even now two ions who are comingto encyclopedia and library value 'grow or we can take it for granted: The meeting adjourned at 445.:
Back in 1945 with World War II Most at these many oppor-) case in Florida'linee there is an
the annual''' meeting at Hebron, problem do have some solution I' tunlties, then I I and fail What will 'YOU do? As a Reporter,'Cynthia Allison
ended, many expected the patriotic and If will. In we must enlist all of effective,vaccine available. .
i I leach claims) her for the winter minister at Bright Pond Baptist
savings to dwindle instead the effort our people in thin effort. Each citi- So far this there' have been
will year
you likely find
j i (I. some way} Church, that Is duty, but I STOP
r am
value of E bonds plus the II bonds J to serve each zen Will feel thev haw Aft rthllcra.... I i my 376 cases of whooping cough: 13.of HELP
: one. I
Then Thursday morning I went in i .:now and have been a civic minded'!
I to do their best tor i Hamilton; Couoty ; ; :
started in 1952 has risen to 17.3 You go to school to learn to do diphtheria 21 of tetanus,and 10 of
to see Mrs T, T, Law at Hamilton That has always helped
I and Jasper \'t person MALICIOUSWOODS .
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billion dollars. I well whatever Is assigned to : an } development polio 9 paralytic ,No smallpox
Hospital where she has Jt been for you to its fullest tolltrength. with all the worthwhile programs in
Backbone of the savings bond You PJte To has been reported.
: program contentment go to catch the vision of
some ,
many days. Sweet do thIs'we will my city;: and county having served BURNI
need to do several I "These figures not
is the may seem a-
company payroll sav thing great You
are seeking tools
an undisturbed spirit radiated from I in many capacities in planning and
things. First we must firmly establish larmlng ,but to parents 'of child
ings plan conducted by 40,000 of communication and the ideas these (in the a .
her face. : promoting projects past
firms. It sells than half of all that our faith in God as our fore- ;who becomes ill and dies of one of ,
more educators
have ;
She Is the beloved, mother of 7' down byplanning fathers did. Let remember !I will be doing my part both splritI '
these diseases the is
E. bonds us no matter tragic,
I ,daughters and a lon She is a mem- by trial and error though !individual in our nation ever failed I ually,and civicly as long as I am in "Dr. Prather said.
. ber of the Primitive Baptist Church generation after generation to find (Jasper, Florida.
who put their faith in God and I Thirty-three counties representing The board hopes that eventually
If athlete
young out what makes
your an educated
manYou H. Mabe
Her Christian: 'love makes, one trusted Him with ell their heart I Rev of the in the state will
81 cent state's participate
often has an aching back after I per population every county
[ go to school to find out how
feel Included all she goes her calm Bright Pond Baptist Church
a football session don't discount secure In the love j to find outto: find out what to find soul and mind. I are participating in a pro. in the program which works
)( his complaint as due to strain Independent way out; to think with the thounght of It is folly to think we can sue. gram by private physicians and this way* Information is obtainedfro
of children, friends and her God.
ceed without God. We may flourish health for mthe board's vital statistics records
Consult your physician on whether ,, the sages and to get some of thus county departments vaccinating -
,t.' I football may be dangerous for him, j wisdom of the ages.: And yike i and build for a while, but we only i I all children against ,,diphtheria on births and the first of each
.9 advises the American, Medical As I passed the door I glimpsed the farmer If we don't: try to farm properly informed they will all help' polio tetnus (lock jaw) and month cards are sent to families
I Selma Rutledge and went to the In this development Remember;I months old These
Association's committee on f1Ort.. I better and use the lessons we learn whooping cough. Hamilton is one of children three
It says a young athlete with a birth, desk to inquire, Yes she was there I and develop the habit of thinking every person's opinion Is worth considering of the 33 counties already active in cards urge the parent ,to take the
defect of the spine runs the risk of 'with her husband, Judge Rutledge; for ourselves and .objectives lets listen and then if they I this program and public responsehas chit din the family physician for
a disabling back condition by par. I who Ms been an,Invalid: for several for ourselves as planning the great. t Men seem to be right lets use their suggestion -'; New Arrivals been gratifying.The vaccination, jiote on the card that

I ticipating in sports. "years. have done; if we don't come'out if not then don't use it. I II ..I t campaign is deesignated not this has been done and return it to
Here too t found calmness and with am hoping that every governing only to reduce disease but to save! the county health department.it .
. I cheerfulness. Selma, tho young is we don't some have great the dream'idea that of Rome can; if body will work:. together for one Mr. and Mrs. Billy" E McCabe of I lives and financial hardship, Dr. ? no return card is received a t

If you loose your birth certificate well on the way for that coveted and will if we great development program.. We I Norfolk Va. announce the ;adoption Prather said. "The matter could follow-up letter is sent If there is
and don't know} ,where to write to look I've found In Mho Webb and quiry we and ; we don't might develop like In. must remember as each particular of a son, Michael Allen born Sept. ,be very simple: If every child were no response, a telephone ,call is

get new ones. In a new booklet (15c( Mrs. Law. the farmer purpose"I knoW'better we, department: serves, It is in some 8. 1964, weight 5 Ibs 11 ounces The vaccinated and given ,boosters at made. If this fails, a public health

from the Superintendent of Docu: I asked If the stayed'at night. how to farm says than I'm doing1now". way related to the other and all J proud grandparents are Mr. and :the required times, we'could. wipe nurse attempts to contact the family -
,! ments. Washington D. C. 20,402 ask "Yes I stay with rey husband. Who working together-can accomplish Mis. 'T E, Clardy of Jasper out these diseases." personally.
But If want to learn to farm better
for Where write for Birth and flrl'''pipe 11i\hted"\ we > ..t1II
to else could: keep : > .
; If we are not egecting'some-, -.:t1'r"I"I:.- g..7-"f-.N v _-. -"g"f---J..tV V". .,..:.tr't".V.l7 -. v.v.v..7"' y
Death Records. she said with chuckle.. I '
one to do our thinking' for us.butto
'A pipe in his mouth is a'charac- 1 p l AW*

+ t t the t"Campaigitng British way.',(gristle cf Judge Rutledge. should give go us to valuable school.information; we II Continous' Open House Oct. 714

Loans and gifts of any kind to avder \\t . Do you not go to school to,learn : .
h are out lawed. Paul Hendrick makes big newsKsssaKr how to farm better This .Is to say \
to learn how to put more into life I
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that may get a better yield
,II. improving you yourself, your commun- The Home All l Florida Has AwaitedSEIfiDini! AM $1 C CflA

Ity. your state and your nation.
Dcn't forget: the football ,game livlUI/IJtll 1 JtlU

), here Friday. night. Jasper vs Lake : the Sensationally-Priced. I .. ,
Butler r '

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J'I I 4i(IP., T any A.program,Tuesday and evening so he Oct.did, at 6, 2113 sq ft. (On your! :: lot, 1 level and ready for building) '* ,

Francis Bradley is chairman ofthe.pragtam t C VH'* .. ft11' :

I committee' and presented ill'* 'J 3 bedrooms baths Air:' Conditioning'I '
r flrat Nell Rhoden with her ; ; ,
first, and sccoixj graders and the \: 5!,
6t I Ixth grade who gave the devptionaland .

( singing This was,well received : I ,
C P In Introducing Paul Hendrick 4
Mrs. Bradley listed outstanding : : Ir:

\achievements and awards that have : .
come his way '
L He was valedictorian of his High :

School Class.
2 .He has won $5,000 in scholar .
State Representative Payton of Agriculture Orvllle, Freeman a
he thru
I ships as pursues his way
:Bembry (right) of Hamilton County during a recent tour of flood da college

..( is shown here with U,.S. Secretary maged areas' bf.North Florida. 3. He was chosen to go to India on

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t program. He I spent a year there. ,
PUBLIC NOTICE 4. President of the Student.Body U. 'j.'
<)\'.'rat! of Fla. _
1 \ 5. He Is named in the "Who's Who"of .,
to 1.71 F.S. ':
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Sec. .
U. S..Colleges and Unlve tlel.
1 that: by resolution adopted by the,Board of County 6. Paul Hen&rick's name is on the '& ; r Iwt M

Commissioners on the lit day, of, September, 1964, U; of Ffcu "HaH of Fame" I -. > r

\ and approved in open session J that .t the polling place T" Is one of the 10 outstandingyoung ..'.- -
in America between the h
of Precinct two ((2)) be changed from the' Hamilton ages of men 21 31. home :-

County Courthouse, to the building: in which the 8. He has a 4.0 everage In graduate The : that is creating a sensation in the Florida real estate market! The first breakthrough .1

Suwannee River'Regional Library, is located. school of U of Fla.; He graduates in
i ; June.: in the building industry in 20 years! The long-awaited major development in building technology

6 Board of County Commissioners,
EDUCATION IN THE CHANGING that the need of housing at moderate price! A
R. Miller -" meets luxury a 2,113 sq. ft. home engineeredand
By J. ,
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1 Clerk Circuit Court, Paul Hendricks speech to the Jas- ba eed'by the United States Steel Corporation Homes Division. Quality U stressed, the low

per P. T. A. Tuesday evening

d.A He paid .tribute to outstanding .price is. achieved through the tremendous mau buying power of this 'world-wide corporation.,
students in \-hool'tod'ay: and to

the .. ''
alumnJi :'k;
As problems in'th 'llamiltcn Ox
J-' situation he cited the' lade of in- I 1. Tini;\e-proven brick construction old or new. 12. Nine ''closets, master bedroom with Marlite

.tfustrjrand the.exodus of the young 2. All 'exterior walls insulated with Fiberglass. .. I
if: [people.A : : vanity inT dressing m.i;. : .', J ,.
JVMO&.J .., *!tit tunnel to the school problems ) Ceiling 4-inch Fiberglas insulation.. '-:':-_. : t\ "
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\ and opportunities he classed /" ,, J : and air conditioning.
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3. 20 : roof shingles .4 'I : k. '
them as: intellectual, spiritual and year ,.. :11'.'; ,
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<* !fc : ,. Aluminum wan d. J
educational: 4 G.E. Range Oven'adDishwasher, \\ ,
/ \ This is to remind you : ..

1 Q 'r "Our of Jasper responsibility and to: the to the new children 5. AU plumbing ((copper) above floor. p", 1 15. Sliding 'Safety Glass doors. '

that you can't go era" was mentioned. 6. Vapor :barrier. k":,:*'\\y} 4 16. Decorator ,SteeJ folding closet door. .:.... .

p,: I .. wrong in our store He put the responsibility of mold. 7, Wide overhang. < :\f.. Ty '
log the character'and future of the A 3. j\ 'It' 17 rh"h od and duct fan. ..

Come in soon and see pupil by precept and by example 8. Scherich; kitchen ,cabinets with. LazySusanand _
r\ on the teacher 18. Contour .F
;.. ;cabinets. ? 'j' bathtub. -
: for yourself! The,atmosphere\of the school: is tray .

\ II important "even'thoughts are contagious" 9. American Standard fixtures.: 19. Formica counter tops. .. :')
he said :Paul Hendrick 'I

poke of the, things an teachers 10. ILS. Steel studs throughout exterior and interior 20. Steel garage door., ", ..:". F l .. t
and parents brought
s y s.. BUY NOW them to mind krow'.buji-and the crowd went :' partitions. No warpage or termites 21. Armstrong Yinyl"'f ?Or.

. y r\ "..g pardon Mitt but haven't away more thoughtful, ,end deter 11. Wall toilets 22. Shower in '
hung bath
. 4 J 3 ; you nrat n som.pl c.7" D AVE! mined. *'i ,'f', master
The Jasper;Caroeii! Oub Is affU-

ated with the SW and National, so ''M :NOR MANOR /..JMAYO ROAD
why not bo M the District Calendar .
UREQA For dAyi"6r:weeks' notices have .><**- / /I '
been about the district garden club i / "'' **
meetings, Tallahassee! Paper Ocala BERNICE BAKER, U53.H.. Rep:'*. e-i Telephone:; 362-2884 '
Paper,Live Oak and others yet ; .
the District Director has not had Fes' SUWANNEE, LAFAYETTE AND HAMILTON COUNTIES
F. any, of these, notices sent to the .. "
e Jasper Paper Any way Jasper hasa f : .. );4o J JI :

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,With Your .1ontt: 'I Too lativto-Glassif!fy y yIn Diyerted.Acreage crops Florida..ro.to survey pastures the,caused damage by to SERVICE WITH ONR. MEN IN Senator Strom Thurmond Says .

: i heavy,rains and flodlng in the Area Y **". *
'Demonstration () '
:, ; I ExtendedEn foUowing'Ifcprlcane Dora the Secretary KENNEDY IN NATO Sttator Strom Thurmond again lead the way .tend all I! true
"f Agent en election year oliticians go conferred with members of EXERCISE IN ATLANTIC Southern Democrat fthouU follow hill lead. .
stark mad. win tell ;;;ry T. Williams Chairman ,
staring;; /They : the: ASOv'State Committee,, .the I fought\
DOUBLE KNITS EASY TO SEW you anything and premise anythingto of the USDA State Disaster Committee USDA a i Stat*, Disaster Committeear Navy Lieutenant junior grade I Senator Thurmond. a* a> Southern Democrat the battle
FOR EVERY SEASON either get in office or stay in off. boa announced that the tem ; tamxjrvana rarchers affected WaWo' S. Kennedy, son! tl Mr act 1, of the I'on..th...* and of the South M Oovernor of his state, a*,

One of the most popular fabrics ice. porary grazing privilege tn farm by the ffeeding He promised at Mrs. Cecil A. Kennedy of Jasper, A h Mate rlgttt. candidate for Fmltfrnt In ISIS, and since a. sew-
In a woman' wardrobe Is the double J Desperate for any argument that land diverted from production ',that time that tH:? Departments of participated In a North AtlanticTreaty Vtor from South Carolina.
knit ,might bring in a vote they scream under the Federal Feed Grain..Agriculture would give serious and Organization (NATO) naval
wool cotton Realising that the liberal have seized
man-made Wheat and Observation complete control of
fibers :yell and tear their' hair with frantic I Reserve{careful consideration to extendingthe training operation called "Exercise
and blends suitable for eveseason. ry Programs has ben the Democratic Party naUonally, Senator Thurmond ban
extended adoptedthe
This ,''appeals. They are for everything thru grazing period.Uxi3er Team Work" In the North Atlantic
new knitting techniques October 31. only logical court*-to fight the liberal
and against nothing unless it hap- Secretary of Agriculture existing while serving aboard the guided umirpera of the Democratic -
has program regulations
rapidly gained popularity Orville Freeman, approvedthe Party .by Joining the roiwenathe Goldwater of the
because the fabric Is not only I pens to be the candidate that opposes extnslon diverted acreage under the mUsJe frigat USS Dewey wins
shortly after his tour Republican Party.
attractive, but Is comfortable and : them) of the north Florida farming areas Wheat ,and! Federal Grain Program Ills ur4t, t. along with other naval
easy' to care for. They bye the old folks. God bless en Thurr3ay, September 24. The *, may be used for pasture: units from Belgium, Denmark, Below are quotes from Senator Thurmond .
I'em, nobler after November 1. Thus the
our senior citizens xten-
Select a wollen double knit carefully temporary grazing program was the f-ane Norway the Netherlandsand "I didn't leave the Democratic party-they left me;"
makes of
no difference whether lion temporary grazing
Miss Reed cautions since to have expired October Unitd
on 17.
'._ ,.. *?www inferior quality-fabrics have. live.Ip,a$2Sll00a, year.! apartment '''1ill 'bn''the trip 't11ro gh,north through-October 31 will ,make it training operations, In are strike conducting anto. ,"I have no choice but to speak openly, franktyjiand: tolly 4ffW
appeared on the market. To pro. 'or are begging a dime for a cup of 1- possible for the participating farmers submarine and antl-alr warfare. people cf South Carolina on the crisis that confronts us.

tect )yourself buy only from a reliable ."coffee on skid row. They deserve I. and ranchers to place their NATO training operations are "The Democratic party has abandoned (the people. It has
r dealer, look for wellknowntrade anything we do for them and a lot spend our dollars to the last penny cattle on this land now and leave heeld perictilcaUy to test the coordination turned Its back on the spiritual values and (political principles
I I them on.Into the
there winter. Land
names and read the labels more. to insure them. Our dollars not of NATO countries and which have brought us the blessings of freedom under God anda
attached They love labor provided it belongs -. theirs and some'of divrted from production under the
to the dress. the candidates
'% e.. I I to aO union, whether it makes have plenty so much In fact that Conservation Program however,I develop their combined combat bountiful prosperity. It has breached the trust reposed in It by
at home readiness
be grazed the people. It has repudiated' the Constitution of the United States.
will find .J2 or $10'an' hour and want the they hire auditors to try to may not at any time of
the double knits ideal
work with. Pre-&hrink the fabric to(working man to get a,break. They I their wealth with mixed up figures,the year unless special approval Is PROMOTED It Is leading i the evolution of our nation to a socialistic,dictatorship.

before cutting, by rolling it in a I sit proudly on the right hand of the : and double talk. 'given I by t) the Secretary of Agriculture William J. Reaves son of Mr. "The Democratic party.has forsaken the people to become the
damp sheet and allowing it to stand(labor boss and scream for justice II The know all the answers and in case of natural disaster and Mrs. S. E. Reaves of 1000 N. party ,cf ,minority groups, power-hungry union leaders political
:over rdgjht; A,, professional dry and fair play. They smirk at the ran iron rut all difficulties whether such as cold exists. Cattle on this Slater St., V kioMGa.., has been bosses; and big' businessmen looking for government contracts
cleaner will also shrink woolen fabric television. cameras and yelp into they occur In Viet Jfaum, Cuba Ru I land, therefore,must be removed at promoted to Staff Sergeant In the and favors ,
for a small charge. microphones to make their position j I aorta Berlin Darkest Africa or in the termination' of the temporary U. S. Air Force at Wheeler AFB, ,"The'Democratic has
period party encouraged law'lesvness. civil un-
clear. outer grazing on October 31, 1964
space. All they ask Is Hawaii
The pattern used for double knit They love America the land of i I cooperation and in your I Eighteen counties ae included in rest, and mob actions.
dresses support, short I
should )
seams and should use feature a minimum of I the free end the home cf the brave. your" vote. Give it and you can rest the area in which the grazing! privilege Sergeant Reaves Is an administrative The Democratic party has violated its trust by using thepower
straight They wave the flag until their arms j l has now been authorized. specialist in a unit that '
lines, since bias-cut skirts I I assured no matter what the cost : supports of government to suppress information on scandals and
can ache. They are for prepardness I These include: Alachua, Baker, : the Pacific Air Forces mission
stretch out of shape |thev will pay the bill gladly withyour corruption of Its leaders in government and party offices
easily. Becauseof I defense, for freedom) and they will Bradford Clay, Columbia Dixie,' of providing alrpower for do.
the firm construction of .. .. money.The/love child1 I Flagler, Gilchrist. Hamilton, Lafayette tense of the U. S. and its allies in "The Democratic party has succored and assisted, our Communist *
knits it isn't --- ---- their
necessary dJuble. Levy, Madison Marion the Pacific area.The'sergeant enemies through trade and aid at the expense of the
them., However, if a lining seams will not be so likely to pop I ren and yours and haven't a worry,Putnam St. Johns, Suwannee, Tay-I American people.
sired. us va'' thin fabric such as in the world about the burden they i '' U married to the .
when the i garment is worn. Rawedges lcaiil: Union '
"The Democratic has
party established and pursued for our
China silk. Pre-shrunk unbleached might place on them or what inflation formeer Loney L. Anderson: dailgh
may be finished with a zigzag The State committee Chairman government a no.wln foreign policy of weakness, indecision
muslin will do to all of ac-
or percale in matching coloris mach us as a re- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Andersonof
stitch or with two rows of
suitable for interfacing. ine stitching suit of their wild 'and reckless reminded fanners In the designatedarea Rt. 1, Jasper, Fla. comriDdatlon and appeasement .
that prior approval to utilize
"bo spending. They tell us the mere wegive "The Democratic has demonstrated a
not the party disregardfor
use original folds of Be sure to press throughly as you the grazing authority for each Individual -- -
the fabric when the more we set, the more ; 'ABOARD CARRIER sound fiscal and
cutting out the pattern sew, lifting rather than sliding the farm must be granted by policies practices.
since the crease may be so, iron. The success of sewing, especially we to Hell spend with, the the more cost we of make and the local ASQ County Committee. Preston II. Tyree. seaman, USN, "The Demooratic party, while hiding behind the deceitful gimmick
living and I
firmly" pressed it will never come with wool depertla as muchon the day of t edconlng. Who He urged farmers and ranchers. scn of.Mr. and Mrs. Jesse II Tyreeof of a darkened White House, has Increased deficit spending
out. Instead, cut the fabric along your pressing, skill as on your'' bout our children or our children's cares a- who wish to graze their diverted Route 3, Jasper Fla., is serving and squandered, at home and abroad, billions of hard-earned
one of these creases and refold as sewing skill.HOUSEHOLD. aboard the anti.. ubrnarine warfare
let else do '
acreage or to someone
children. They can spend them dollars taken from the American people.
necessary. { HINT: Wear a SQ to contarct thlr local ASCS support aircraft carrier USS
Pull the seam slightly and use a plastic apron when cleaning so thata selves into prosperity just like we County Office. All requestes will receive Intrepid which recently'recelwdthe "The Democratic party has utterly disregarded the disastrous
fairly loose tension on the sewing,! damp or sudsy cloth will wipe dH and lauph oft the budget and prompt consideration.WATCH Navy's Battle Efficiency "E". effects of the resulting Inflation,on people with fixed incomes
machine as the fold is stitched, so I left the soiled spots. national debt for what they reallyare. In competing for the "E" all such as retirees pensioners, /lal: security beneficiaries, and
that the fabric will stretch a bit and -- a lot of doeeone hooev. navat ships of various classes must those who have their savings invested in insurance ..
And the old folks, God bless them
and the laborers.: God help them, i : FOR demonstrate proficiency in suchAreas' '" "The Democratic party has nominated for vice president
.. and all the rest, cheer themselves ai gunnery, eengineerlng( and i J key 'leJtuer of 'the Americans for Democratic Action-tho most
damage control I, 'air .defense, and
frame and throw all reason and I I antisubmarine warfare influential socialist group In our nation.

:. common sense to the wind as they Intrepid serves periodically with 'The Democratic party has encouraged, supported and: pro-
f.111I bee only the personal benefits that b the Sixth'Fleet In the Mediterranean tected the Supreme Court in a reign of judicial tyranny, and In the
: ./ might possibly come to them as a a and. participates in exercisesto court's effort to wipe out local self-givernment effective law enforcement *
result of such mad
a program
improve her combat readiness Internal security, the rights of the people; and the
.., ;& Why: can't we we have have hospitillzatlon.freedom ttowTWhy'can't : and efficiency. states, and, even the structure of the state governments,".

-- j ".. 'sin why can't we ''have shorter workweeks 1 1TURNING
higher'pay and longer paid
vacations Why can't we have all \
the'' blessings the good Lord in- CARSThe :
ten-lefl:: us *o have, why can't we T '
If :\\ooo"--, *I have all oflt NOW 1 IIf'
t Stop screaming,"we 'can' have!H i'J th'I
k TJSD SUPPER '1 I[r Hush-puppies, green slaw and pie!! .all and NO1It we listen'to. our ,t J f. IS. orI
'Maple Grove H. D. Club had their .was served along with the fish with friendly candidate. We can' haveeverything I I '
annual supper Saturday evening I coffee and tea for drinks. *our heart desires and .! I ,
October 3 at the school lunch room},', Mrs.. Johnson from Fargo, Ga. two dollars besides. All we have to '
in White Springs. Most of the mero.I[was cne cf our" guests. We are aL do is vote for the right candidate. ... r
.. bers ind ,their' families were present -tI },yrays glad to have visitors. It Is as simple as that believe Itorrat .. I ;,I
There were about 50 persons one enjoyed the evening very Evel'Y'J' !II 1 | /ft t t Jasper News '*

", .I c.. tot'enjoy the delicious food. __ J.__.. ; I or WotRalnt ..1 '
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.. v $ ncfWowIng? Who cares I ''j

:. i-', \ ', .." {' Mother Nature was meant to be enjoyed[
\ .," Y4', waited for. Just take load of laundry J}
" l''f." ; 'new ears yti not your
: 'I t I t "' .. I I out, move It to that clean, white electric: ';

4 *:Y:: i : dryer, shut the door, turn a dial, pour a cup of ;

,: ; : : a'. ; rt ,; coffee and listen to the rain patter down on your !

,;i. roof. Half a shower later take out the thirstiest, ,

"" : ," deep napped towels and washcloths you ever washed. :a

.\ ;' ." \', .., Even the lint-frle socks will have a fresh, .'

,to.'j' ." clean, dry sni lr;. t marks you as a great homemaker. ,

," : ; e. You'll appreciate. your dryer on nice days, too. f' .'

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; lug new styling New length,width and lowness. A if. you overlook just ono thing you can easily! convince

, roomier new Body by Fisher housing an Interior JM yourself] you're onto a big expensive car herd'
j' that's a knockout.And a more serene Jet-smooth MJaOipii And that thing is Its Chevrolet price., ,
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An $1 tif 0 value to keep you .
There' never been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range'of engines-with up.to SING THr RAIN on washday.

of the Atlantic..There'new thin-line Vardtop styling 180 hp'available in the top-of-the-line Conal./; Jlow .
for all closed model! : More length J an width, .Jplf..., sporty can a car get Your dealer';got'the, .
more entrance and shoulder roo n in aU ode1& JK<||fpsT Corvair that'll show you. : '!' ,

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