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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
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-PRICE-I Oc PER COPY $3./(('! >ER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY. JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 16, 1964 VOLUME 94.;

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,Minutes Regular tique Show and Minute*. ,Of b( et1ncChamtier -4 -
l 4 Ceremony To Jasper .Scouts In I Music Directors At Ions to sing before the Southern

Monthly Meeting\ ; (|ile at Valdosta | Honor Hears Homecoming : ti isty Baptist Baptist Convention Pastors' Conference oh the Southern Program

.. *; 1 ", .Phospjiate,.Report, at State Conventfcns
City Council ''s/The Valdosta Garden'cub( are Thelma Lewis ''PhrFdt'TliiS'Frida 'Rival' T .J> "F and in
sponsoring their fifth annual Anti I ptttdar demand Is now such that
The regular meeting of the Boardmoat'
CITY COUNCIL MEETING que Show and Sale at the Garden, A memorial service In me of Director(of the Hamilton County Jasper's Boy Scout Troop 98 his I The dedicated talents\ and Christ angelistio they are booked engagements.Two year-rcund. for e-
Center
JASPER FLORIDA Auditorium 900 N. Patterson of Miss: Thelma Lewis Clerk of the Charaberfof Commerce was held resumed meetings every Tuesday ian grace of Al and Ivy Walsh a
MONDAY: OCTOBER 5. '1964. St, Wednesday October 21 and QrcuitCourt in and for long-play albums of their revival -
Hamilton I Monday evening.. October 12 witha night at 7:00: at the Scout Hut be. I I most personable i husband.wifeteam
The Qty Council of Jasper Fla.. 22. On Wednesday the hours will be ([County, Florida 'from 1938 to 1964, very large attendance. hind the Presbyterian Church and j[ provide a spiritual 1 plend favorites have been received
from 10:00: until 9:00: and Thur will be held the with widespread acceptanceby
I met in regular session, Monday on at Hamilton County| ,Reportt ere made by chairmenof all former Scouts and boys 11 or which accounts for their phenomenal
evening:, October ,S 1964; at 7:30 p. sday from 10:00 until 6:00. Courthouse on October 3f. 1964, at the Sign Committee and Membershtp .. ;(older are'Invifedt to come out. { rise in popularity in Soutlv. appreciative audiences wherever
.. m. in the City Hall of the City' nt This Is an annual event which 3:00. : p.m.A i .Committee.: All those who, eern Baptist circles in less than ten they have appeared, and in w
"Jasperwlththe following precept. all garden clubs in the city sponsor: plaque' iu t be erected upon the :'had DQt yet ;renewed their mom. i I The Troop will\ march (in the i)'t'ars. ecord .hope.l .
Councilman Wade{ B. Norris. and it always proves 'to be an outstanding 'courthouse; grounds* and unveiled benhip Of Tare not members were Homecoming Parade this FriJay i l Prior to devoting themselves full-
Chairman; .Mayor c- E. Courtoy: event. Visitors from many during the ceremony tIn memory urged to become members novr night and will present the colors at tUne to Christian service they gain ,
Councilmen John B. Dodge: and cities ant states attend the show of the! beloved Cleric of oui> Countyfor An up-t .,date report was given the Football Field before the game. ed their initial popularity as entertainers -

'Tom'Owens: Attorney-. B. Har- and purchase many treasured items so many years. ,on the phosphate mining prospects The floats for the parade are rapIdly I and concert artists on radio
rell; City Manager Robert Fisk &: for their homes. I All of the citizens of Hamilton for Hamilton County for the bone-1 j taking shape and everyone is and in personal appearances. Upon

Building Inspector Rdddln( Bail A luncheon will be served from County are cordially invited to attend fit of those who had attended prior': watching the drippy skies appre. Mr. Welch's return from military
Absent: Councilman James L. 12:00: until 2:00: at the Garden Can I the ceremony. "meetings Reports were made on hensively. It has rained for the servlce.the two worked together
Dunaway. ten The price will be $1.50 [ I Il the! trip which eleven men from parade the past three years. I entertaining in the, great Veterans
.Chairman Norris called the meetIng Valctosta's Garden I I Hospitals across the nation. While
Center may l Hamilton County made to the phosphate --
to order asking Councilman be toured by those attending the F. T. A. MeetingThe \ mining area around Bartow '' In this work they felt 'led toward a

Dedge'to open with prayer. Antique Show and Sale. The Center I to\ view an actual plant in operation i', Lions To Sell mere: consecrated and Goddirecteduse
The minutes of the previous is furnished with many priceless Future Teacher's Club of Jasper and the effect it ,had on the'surrounding of theln talents. This and their_
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meeting were adopted< M presentedupon antiques and we think it is the High School held their first area to get a first-1 I Pancake. : Supper effective angelistio! work evidence -
meeting October: 12. 1964. 'I .t their love' of people and the
showplace of
Valdosta. .
a motion by Mayor Courtoy hand picture of what can be expected '
with a second by Councilman Tickets for the Antique Show and Our .pnsor. Mrs. Blanche Perry for,,Hamilton County. The I Tickets TuesdayJasper Lord
Dedge. / Sale are $1.00 and 'may J be 'purchased greeted.us and then we elected our I men making this trip were J, T. |I Both Mr. and Mrs. Walsh are na-
The first Item of discussion was at the door of the Auditor 1964-65 'officer*. They are Presl. Bridges,Dilly Jones. A. C Hogan. Lions will make their annual / nes of Canada now naturlized
the progress of the outfall ditch on tom, 900 N. Patterson St. Everyone dent Don: Wethertngton; Vice I Ivey Present$ C. R. Watson W ADrury 1 canvass of t';rl'! city selling American citizens and reside in the>
.the north east side of Jasper. The Is invited and we hope many of you President Rusty: Mlckler; Secretary I ; Marvin Rodgers, W A. Saun ,, tickets to their famous Aunt Je I sUxnbj of Atlanta. Ga. !They are
'., City Manager stated Attorney will come to attend The show to Carole McLauchlin: Treas-t den, R. H Ftelc, Rance Andrews mima Pancake and Sausage Supper This popular pair will havecharge members of First Baptist Church. .
\Drury was preparing a resolution tour the Center and to have lunch urer Bobby Pennington; Reporter I and Kenneth Tuten I next 'week 'and they hope to I of the music in Revival services 'I Decatur when hey participate i

for the County Commissioners to with us. .i itb- October 21 or 22. Ann Camp; Librarian .Marsha Same of};the men met with the 'ell tickets to everyone In town. at First Baptist Church Jas.. I In its activities during brief periods f
$ per Nov>hnber > thru 8.Since '
Mrs. at home between I IJ
present to the State Road Depart. James L. Dowling Braswell; ,Parliamentarian Linda I.Polk County Commissioners. Coun I Lion Paul Tolar ticket manager meetlrgs.I
ment. Publicity Chairman Warren. I'A ty aerie and County Tax Assessor, The Qty Manager stated the program,, committee was appointed -I while those interested in city operations : are= urged to come -.dI-g;:. t their; evangelistic work irt 1953 their recognized Church Mr. Walsh will lead
Board had agreed to house the city Florida Forest to get an interesting pro- met with the Bartow City ticket at the door. ability and ascending prominence (the singing" in which hfs musical ability ,,
until a new City Jail gram for our next meeting. The Treasurer, city engineer and city have carried them Into 17 and infectious personality I
prisoners
could be built or the present one Service ReportsThe members are: Linda Fennell. Sue 'secretary '1ot teetlngs were also held Tickets will be sold around town states fot" revivals, many of them lend .much to the,'dplrit of the ser
An agreement Isn the Williams,.Linda Warren and Mar with the Bartow Chamber of.Commerce 'on Tuesday night, October 20. Lions repeat appearances. They have vices. Mrs. Walsh a Dramatic Soprano .
repaired.of being prepared. Florida Forest iha BraswelL officials. One point stressed "will meet at 7.00: and the Florida worked in the larger and more wll serve a soloist, sing :v
process The clerk was authorized to trans quarters ,In Hamilton Service Head- The meeting was adjourned by was that Hamilton County must'be ,Power Lounge and cover the cityIn prominortt(;churches! and In smaller ducts with Mr. Walsh (always a
County '
Fire re the president. ready for an influx of personnel pairs section by section.: ones, whenevev. bids for service feature of the service), and serve
the
funds for the
fer the necessary POrts following fire information
for the',new plant, otherwise out haalen'( them; "l'he'q'ua1lt of I as pianist in accompaniment of the
Hydrant Rental upon a motion by for the county thru the month of Ann Camp Reporteri I The Big ,Avmt Jemima Pancake ,
Councilman Owens with a second September. of necessity they will be compelledto and Sausage u&upper takes place, their,.staging Is reflected in Invltatpvith -'congregational singing.

by Mayor Courtoy. Motion carried. Number of fires '................ 0 EIO elsewhere to Jive; It was one laterTuesday night Oc GEORGIA CHRISTIAN I
A motion by Councilman Dedge Acres burned .................. 0 Fall Revival At pointed out.that some of the communities tober 27 It has'been' more successful .\ INSTITUTE
wtih a second by Mayor Courtoy au Fires since January 1, this year 29 ,in Polk County had not. every year so don't miss. it. We BEAT JENNINGS LAST FRIDAY i I
Advent Christian been Deceptive to the, idea of phosphate ..,
ar thorlzlng Cleric to aransfer$558.25 to Fires same period last year .. 45 hear there'will be different kinds .
Fund from theUtflltke Aacres burned t industries moving into their of (approximately).
the Utilities Sinking since Jan 1 this syrup :
Jennings i iI
Church When the Panthers and tian 10.
,'c. System Revenue;Fund tar ,... ear__'..,',,..............84.3 .... county and had made'no plans to I the
J receive iKtoH. On tM other: Georgia Christian Institute; The Generals moved 90
-" :1. Acres fk'' '-' hand yards t
due November burned
same last
Bond' period
Motion Payment carried. ( Year _...................... 133.1 1'bapef'*' TAdyent Christian Lakeland'made plans for and wel.I Jennings' ''Bov GeDeralaH-elaahedon the Jasper,I up the field and: aocerd on an eight "-
Church will conduct its Fall Re. corned them. and M a result, has )Football 'fMdFridaynfte Itwas, yard run too William. : ,
A motion by Councilman Owens, -.. viva! from October 19 25, Evening profited "X s '. Receives College a close ame,all the.WIT I" 'Jennlng then moved to the Georgia' '

seconded by Councilman Dee General to total Receipts! e........... 7.412.58Total services wil begin'each evening The president'',,appointed chair: The General1 scored first,in'the Christian 14 yard line on a .
transfer $2.5,0000 to the Cash Available .....; 9.131.11I 7:30 pm. The Evangelist this year men;and members of the varioua Scholarship}i first quarter after a 60 yard drive. past :from Jim Bates to Jimmy
Fund from the Utilities System I DISBURSEMENTS will be the Rev. J. Ronald! School- Chamber Committees Jo serve for Georgia Christian paydlrt" came '[)Pas but the whistle blew ending

Revenue Fund Motion carried I Mayor and Council ........:.1700 '" .. the 1964-65 fiscal.year. '. The 1Vbrth'Florida Junior College, a 15 yard pass from Tommy.lthe/ game. t
The Council instructed Building Management and Office .... 600.00 : .;{ : ,President Watson advised thai t student aid committee today: "ire Williams to RuM Moeler. Statistics .
Inspector Dail to have the lot back Finance and Taxation ...... 46881 the Chamber' had been invited to I eaaed, partial: .listing of the col The Panthers came''' back In the

of Steve's Home Supply cleared of Legal:' ........................ 50.00 ", place an entry in,Jhe Homecoming. lege7atfholanhlp recipients. In the second quarter to tie the score with .G.CS. Jennings ,'.
the old discarded refrigerators, Insurance .................. 180.60 r.. (. <:" Parade. list was the 1964-65 honor scholarships excellent blocking on a W yard punt I First Downs 15 12 f
staves etc that are presently piled Public Relations ...........116.04 r.; On. behalf of the Board of Directors awarded to the highest''rank- return by Jim Bates. The kick was Yards: Rushing US 157 J
there I Police Department .......1531.32 }r" .._. .rft'r. of the Chamber of Commerce Log senior in each of the high thru the markers but an' official Yards Passing 62 27
A motion was made by Council Fire Department .......... 623.79 -. .. a certificate of appreciation. was I schools of the,area served by NFJC I penalty nullified the point. Passes Intercepted 1 (0>
man Owens. with a second by Coun Building Inspector .......... 75.00 t..: .. 1v". presented to J. T. Bridges/ Jr., In Receiving honor scholarships are The Panthers threatened again. In Tumbles Lost 1 2
oilman Dedge to pay the following I PUBLIC WORKS: .; .'.... '. recognition of Meritorious leader. toward Timothy Chester, Perry the, third period until a pas was P ntli 12.35 :3-30(
monthly bills. Motion carried. : ..... hip and service to the people' 6f ; Intercepted at the Georgia ChrIs.* Penalties 14.90 6.50
Public Buildings ............ 93.48' \ C Sylvia Liaise Floyd Montlcello;
The Jasper News 182.03 ...... r. '. .Il \ Hamilton County as president< of WiQard
1,77781 Paul Herring
: J Greenville
North Florida Telephone Co. 71.49 Gage Lpprtment .. : the Chamber of Commerce for.the : BULLDOGS TO TANGLE |
...... 686.10 Jeanette Hurst; Mayo; Helen Smith
Bradley end Triplett .... 450.00F. Cemetery ..f............... 2S4.80 .r ." .J\ year of 1963-64. Madison; and Toward Pennington I
B. Harrell 35.00 I It was agreed that the time,for WITH MAYO HORNETS s
Public Welfare ............1. 30.00 \ Jennings. l'
Jones Insurance Agency .. 831.00 Mosquito Control 1.. ............ 5.31 .'., meeting be changed to 7:30: for The Jasper Bulldogs will tangle mentary child up and bring themto
Western Auto Store 13.00W ( : the winter"months., There being Other scholarships include: Actl. '
Total Disbursements .... 6,510.06 with the Mayo.ilornets this Friday
G. D. Chevrolet, Inc. .... 26.24 Total Cash Available Sept. 31. ,. J. ;''.0" no further J business, the .meeting vfty,.AuYUtic, special and. te*cher'* I evening at 8:00': p.m. on, the local] the park or carry them home.
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Standard Service Station .....1.00 1964 .................... 2,62705 .'.:',,,.". adjourned. scholarships. gridiron .for the annual Home- The parade, win begin forming at
.. II 1:40: and be ready to out
43.85 move at
Jasper Lndry. & Cleaners '
i UTILITIES SYSTEM; REVENUE coming football gome. The local
..... 21.00 230.: Parade marshals will be
Broadway Dept. Store FUNDCash lads seem to'be in Good shape andexcellent on II IIj.
Jerry Smith Gulf Station .... 6.00 available Sept. 1, spirits for the encounter. hand to assist in lining up the

.Mary's Restaurant ........ 2978 1964 ......:............. 10,28886 The Homecoming parade will get parade.
Motorola .. 21.00 RECEIPTS: craft of Jacksonville; Flor1da; .:Brother underway'at 2:30: p.m The parade The Homecoming! Float will be
Sapp's Service Station .35.95 Water Service ............ 2309.35 Schoolcraft Is ihe Pastor of route will be from the Jasper High, graced by the Homecoming Queen:
Suwanee Store ....., 4.94 Sewer Service .....a...... 1,488.00 the great West Jacksonville Advent School to the Jasper Elementary Ann Camp and her two attendants.
E. L. Dupree 4.00 Water Deposits .............. 50.00 Christian Church. He comet to us School Elementary school childrenwill Judy Jones and Sharon Sapp.
Sears and Sons Inc: 23.00 Miscellaneous .............. 6.50 with many years of effective service remain on their campus until Several other Interesting floats and
Lewis Motor Co. 2265 Withholding Tax .......:.... 43.00 for the Lord Jesus Christi Jfe I 'after the' parade has passed by entrees will be In the parade. The
"WlUard1, Garage Auto Parts Social Security ..i.......... 3742 has been\in great demand .as' a I their school. Immediately there- general public Is cordially Invitd to
..... 8674 Insurance .................. 2250 speaker ell over the United'States after the, school will be dismissedand be on hand for the parade at 2:30: It
Sandlin Auto Parts 284.34 Total Receipts ............. 3956.77 in Revivals and Camp Meetingpreaching the busses will pick the ele and for the game at 8:00: p.m.
.... 112 25Suwaiwee
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'TrcPeai.Unltonn Rental Available ....
Total Cash 14,245.63 He is a native of the ;! -
Tractor Co. 27.55Slick's 1 RL DEUVEaY
Valley: DISBURSEMENTS: great State of Vest Virginia and: has RECEIVES SAFETY AWARDS
Welding Shop ... 2.'iS'King General Operations ........1210.15 a wife and family.
Hardware Co. ..,...... 22.50 Water Plant ...............162.46 Brother Ronald! Is a speaker of. JJ .
Davfc'Meter and Supply Company. Water Lines .............. 490.84 will
Inc. .r.......... 588.40 Sewer Plant :............... 34.53 be magnetic lifted appeal.and be Your made heart: to'it In A fl\

Johns .,Manville. Corp. .... 953.<< Sewer Lines .................. 8.00 heavenly up places in Christ ,Jesus t
Orange State Pipe and Supply iter Deposit Refunds .,. 50.00 '
.t. when you hear him. He is a very
Company ...,.. 119.26 nsfer Renewal & Replacement :{b
humble servant of the Lord and we
Moore Utility Supply Co. .... 78.54 'und .................... 600.00 trust that all of Jasper will make it
Whitehead Hdwe. Co.. Inc. .. 76.90 I
il Disbursements ...... 2.55598fAL
The J. O. Burch Co. .........2170 CASH AVAILABLE SEPT. this their man business of God. Your come whole out to faintly hear 'SPECIAL DELIVERY .f

Director Internal Revenue .1 909.00 1964 ..i..J.......... 11689.65 I q
OASI Cbndribution Fund ..: 1,226.78 kTUJTV: SINKING FUND will receive a spiritual uplift by I There Is'sonxtbuic aboat a "special deliver/ letter that

Florida'.Power Corp. ...... 76828 Available .September.. 1. hearing him. say?This Is Important" It has had unusual handling all!
services conclude
the'There"meeting being adjourned.:eo further, .business ..................,. 4.594.51 with The the revival a.m. service on the 25th. I the way:'" oteone 1 has paid an additional fee to sea that

Cleric. : nCENERALFUND t Taxes RECEIPTS: .. : 87474etpts The ladies of the church will spread you get the letter ahead of the regular delivery. retie! !"j a

'. :::::::::::: 87474h 'dinner at 12 p.m. Eeryone is cor. I An Invitation to attend church regularly should tojtt. '
Cash Available Sept 1, 1964 II Available ...... 5,46925None [diary invited to come out to the
.".'..''"*.... 1.72453, n .tENTS: ........ |:church and share this meal with us sidered In the same way. 1t.c comes: from! people. l'' 'F r
RECEIPTS} Available, September The pastor of the church Is the about ty0U per$ nary.! .. bAj 4etZty 1 1each 1

'Cigarette>Ta\ .<. 3172.20 ................ 5.469.25rmaNG Rev. Thomas S. Warren. Special I Christians km found that attendance\ at the
Licenses ......<...._..... 2874.69 RESERVE music will be provided each evening ,
services of the church givES then a sense of security oj
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Building Permits 28.20 I.l' of the week. Mrs. Marjorie '
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Fines 410.00 ., September 30 Wynn of Valdosta,,Ga., will be the I peace that can be fosal HIM otter way .. Control iW/nit( /hort 1 uarters>rest Service near Jasper personnel recently at the received Hamilton safe County Driving Flr ;
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Fee's 11.00 ................. 13.000.00 pianist.
Mayor
25.50 Won't you accept[' thif,},.IIMIaI+ .fs4tati n to lteM CWob Awards repiran.'V the number of years of safe driving without havinga -
AND REPLACEMENTFUND tJ': '
Garbage 150.00 'EVERY TIME A FOREST week? "!' ;? preventable motor vehicle accident. Those receiving the awards,
tots
Cemetery and the number of safe driving years with the Florida Service, were
Withholding Tax 244 80 On Time Deposit September 30, nftr' I11UKB. "J Left to Right J, XV Kellcy, CountyRanger 13 years; Bryant E. Miller,
Social Security............138.58 1946 ....;............... 6.60000 r r Rangerll 9 years: Lander Stalvey Mechanic Ranger 4 years: Fred 'v,

Insurance MOO Cash Available. September 30. YOU Sec T ektd .S If' II HDlhouse Ranger I, 3 years. (Not present, Willie C. Nichols. Ranger
Weed Cutting .... 145.40 1964 .................... 6,60000 I < Miscellaneous 112.21 Chairman Wade B. Norris GET To qualify for one of these awards the
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Firearms ............ 4.00 :Attest: Lillian 1.' Bembry' City 1\. Jasper Ministerial\ Alliance .L full twelve months'without an accident. operator must drive the



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FACE TWP .. .5, weft: \. THE JASE&R HE V S ., ..JASe.ER'\faOR1.: I .'. '.,:':. ,,'7" #' ,'I' 1. _iFri i< y.Ocl'oLerI6,1 1964

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I I Johnny and' Ew'lon Adlcki anbI Detailed plans fur tM' ytaf' LONLi.TERM ttq .I. I "
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I young John spent the weekend with I work were arprwvO.Mrs. .'I s 'a'Iqr lle ,t!: t 5 e liis '" '

'r i Mrs Elmer Deas and accompanied ,John !Hart aiU. Mr1, ' i's
her church. i.o,Nlpa were wvloomej a< ms n>e,nbcn. LOANS' -; '
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I *. ihed
I I I Every Friday
I VTrgle Cone came on the WN 11-1|i| Several turrrvti .ht makv. Il..wns Thru the Second CWSubic Paid at jasper Florida
& end and attended church with her fur Hamilton Cuunty 11\\tsldtal.111\ I I stage

'mother, Mss Vlrgle Ilyman. circle NM I\n" oit hnnl for 1ht rZDGPAL;: LAND BANK is Strictly, in Advance '

pruoi"t "; 3.00 in Hamilto tnt)' 4.00 Outside of County

;1 I Mrs. Woodrow 1Vtse had a \T 44 special friend Mrs. Jlnxmy FVtun* (ft.I"'bI'' anti' he IHMV UtnJhM
b lydelb-s .tain of the Grand Bahama at her \ua "n'P Cab*" tre'tre wWtl elea:>>h SYcamore 2-6331

f I guest fur several days this week ) hot fern: Ih* turn t LIve Oak t 362.1323; Mr. and Mr Ro Ehlrrt, Editors and Publishers

"There! is something In the Autumn Can t: tc them from us where the Mr. Foun'uli: \\TU on \-. .tk'ft h) tj I
that b native to my blood stan ust gee ms. the States lea\1m her Iwe chtKtnm, Lasts Iturtt wttl' \ toVvXV Mate ''hb j, )31"11 I South Ohio Avenue

Touch of manner, hint of mood; o achoolith Mr. FlxtraahjbDs.IiattleJUt : ,wreh t hitttird A echatl mate I
And my heart is like a rime The; can't pome hue, :with hti' Basta attet.lt a hatttte.r'e'l FOR SALE

Wthth*,yet ow.and the.purple But th y.haiij payed. J1.m1deI11'011dl; qi retuntad bLn., I har tA i\n .... :
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? ? hell .... .. sr + q bd t f-. P4Ctyjilt't .J W at :fe- *'* ._ '..Ja yd'v art.,
._ And the crimson keeping time. fror J day after 3 wcfcs tn J .v.o.b'ft\-\l) ) to I I
'S. To let us leer where the angels greet a new cranvlUuchter, a fettle {, Health w.ee" rav t ash ;GR t)).. \ Aces Woodland
The scarlet of the maples can cve girl Sherril Lynn lawn Sep "tees M" \M o.+otxt t.w"\ 'U v+Mtt 12960 of

shake me like a cry Before) we fcund the bitter toll was :3S to Joe and MaytoU Hrr. are er+e twt4cp''d 1IN\''nt brat iMagew

Of bugles going by; .. I' due'' They also haa Attie taws, Mapt, a hesttlt lttdktiltI THE JASPER NEWS

And my lonely spirit thrills "T eey'b'ing' Us Hght.Through Timotrf* are 22 months I .. .: only $75 per acre

To see the frosty asters like smoke darkness and. the storms S. I I'I'W'O I M n.'w..tA1'W' >ft L"b tw1Ma -
hills. That drive us back crises In ,, '. Itde tit bdal a1.rrAt+r, :
upon. the I( a ""ft are ."
I I rte hall ecvt.ww..M notch ?.tEwan rTrT Located in Polk County
S. I[Through hate end envy on the sodden when tJw.rat. ml rortr" awl ..
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There is something in October i I trackThatleads when she bats her teeth Life can and Ili t1a1t< kt \1xtta. Is'

set the gypsy blood astir; '' us to,.the false goals of beTTJT put: cnce that tim Is r*Mi jeusbwsred I .t : .J.. hrtrnts. Recently Cruised At Over $50 per acre

We must rise and follow her I' the fight. ( . I ahk"5 at wwMe It IwiT.m -for information call -
m.nNt tlryvintt enthe
,. The are tvAVn InOctcr f eswi.
sjTamonPS
When from every hill of flame ...
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Let shadows .
She calls and calls each vagabond creep ROBERT EHLERT, Jasper, 792-6331, or
Will-o-' wisps cram haunt S. tN
byname. Bliss Carman 'us through the glad< :f ores t'm p r S.Ifilt and row yranc,I I T'M r xtha'est east along the Mooitt RtoismsKIOISTKR W. L BRYAN, Jasper, 792-4351 1
',Gtstf corho vko U Lisa I place! for ,
and Lisa of Jew- rORMS
We )Icmw'beyond the newmade "aUllhttn.1cky
DISILLUSION'by crave Is made II I.ft'''''"'' tare a birthday tamer Sun. Igtpa I II cep AND ACCXSSOtOJ ,Registered Real Estate Broker

Ramoncita S. O'Connor But never deep enough fur dreamless day even ieng Oct. llth hnrurinc: two,I I Other arts for 03-stff gtauing

My dreams were all of caravans sleep men in their live* Lamar Hill ,are Nassau DuvaL St. Johns Vol-

costumed throngs I : I 23 and the grandfather Mr. R F. usia. Brr\-ard. Indian River St. t

And Black gaily horses shod with silver shoes Bob Ehlert almost didn't get to HamptTS. Lucie. Cbllier. Lr*. Q\arlotte, Sara.

and haunting gypsy sores. the Press Convention out in Colorado I It was planned as a surprise but seta. innsborauRh. Pinellas. Cirrus ,SHOP

X. n#'cad of.time, bus schedules the enthusiasm of young Vickycould Levy and Dixie Counties. at your

Today, I saw S.a t gypsy van come and'getting 'to 'Orlando got not keep the secret It was a The harvesting of oysters is from

strugglin g*> the rise, him to the airport!: as the Jet was steak supper and birthday cakes September to May. LOCAL STORESCLASSIFIED

I turned my head lest they should ready to J lifVaW the gate keeper Other Quests were Mrs. Paula S. ,
see closing the gate. When Mr. Bob Hampt. Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer I One of the greatest dangers for I"MIe'

The tears leap to my eyes rushed 'up thelgate\ keeper yelled Betty Jean and Jimmy Kramer the oyster industry is that of pol

. Hold on! Walt! Here! comes the o I lution. Domestic pollution can ... ---............. ADS
Grantland Rice, In his day wasa late Bob Ehlert. Mrs. Myrtle ":,to leader of the cause epidemics
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sports writer for one of the big: .y I Lydia Circle W. M. S. was hostess The State Health'Board has the a..blar.'MM..INr.a.asm.uTY t t .... iNsP --.-. I n ----
dailies. lie wrote this : Outside mrwindow, a big 'for the monthly meeting Monday responsibility to approve or disapprove aaka r.w.a ,; USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR

Not all the ancient gods of endless ine driven by Palmer Smith mach.1 evening Oct, 12. areas front which oystersare raoncnarrsari..rww GOOD OPPORTUNITY for'Lady to I Sale. Good cofdition $40 and
[ taken for human consumption. .tas.d. two --.. go in business for self Small investment $50.. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper
trenches the Mrs. Stella %William. President
time I' ging to lay new I l. awr tame r Men fee ttui a.aa.latra required for UOOO.OO phone 792-4421 tic
Not aU the makers of life's phrase pipes. !'i of First Baptist W. M. S. gave the (Continued on Pair 3)) stock. If interested contact Mrs.

and rhyme I I 1(I interesting program. THE JASPER NEWS John Dedge. tfc VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin

Live Oak Florida for all your
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IGNITION PARTS for all corn-

Where are the men of spirit .ana To the Statesmen: ,h"'.. No for the Response pickers, lawn mowers, chain saws, ers plans to records and record play.tic

noble cause men with ideas \ Tractors, Trucks and Foreign! and -

larger than themselves'. ideals ."1 h. multiplying itrenfth wash! and power of tho II Peter Howard's ttatemcntt strike tparki: ol the American made cars. Ralph Jack- REPAIRS*
that 'carried thirteen colonies to United Sutti U perhaps the frtatcit humor story of honest dedication that ia within you, then it it time son's Garage. o30c We repair all types T. V. and
th. ..... Certain it it thtt the future ol mankind for you to act,.What to do? It it eompleuly up to HAVE-SAVE-SAVE: radio. Also Small appliances. Man
greatness. fUptndt on when Amcrle. U h..dllla-ud (/ Am.r. ,oun.lf. 30-gil glass lined 'water heaters. nings Rad'o'! Service, Jasper 792--
Where such 'tJoa know where ib. h ....din." You mar Sntereited in studying the complete texts $74.95: 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $189- 4421 tfc
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are men toilay,to serve tv .
to Mr. tlowxrd't tpeechet, now reprinted in the -
95 w.t.;; 361 lb. Upright Freeezen
the nation in ';a new hour of need* Regnery paperback "D. gn' for' Ded:cation," currently $199.95 473 Ib.. Upright Freezers IIOUSE FOR SALE IX JASPER

,,.' Men of all ranks; 'mete 01'all races, To the Intellectual\: country.oa newt. '. stands and book.racks throughout, the $23993;; 647-lb., Upright Freezers Only 2000. See W.. L. Bryan. 1 F

J'menofalljaithsgnd'J/ationsinlife: / wish Iot.U.at.eI stature Richard Ca1rdrnd Cuihing of Boeton In the lorewordenlle .... $29993; 12-ft. Automatic Defrost 792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 792-4491...
( would .
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\ the ",om a of the finett addrcieei 1 "p'; t. r Refrigerator with" 91lb. Freezes Reg. Real Estate Brokers tf
". much attention t. h>rs ter si they to the tpeeehee oj
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most all'menmen'ofT have read In modern and eddti
'I ; t .roeti.. '0' You do timee "To Ameri. $E249,95 w.t. 5-year warranty at
?. new diioorery. not (et people BARBECUE!I New pit at Alapaha
dedication who love their cant, carrying a larger load of world responsibility o-
, country s pending ei muea InlellUent thought sod tweet oathe Manning's Radio Service call 792-
/, 'as'it is, and who'will fight to make it development hit of m'D' chanter tad ability to that thai could ever' before preserve( ia faith.hietory end, they freedom point for t leadership millions"Than 4421. Jasper. tfc barbecued Motel Restaurant.'chicken' Now and smoked serving
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what it should become. bit power and hit icienti'Be knowledge.developing yon might. want to find out more about Moral HELP WANTED: Man :over 24, mullet. Route 41 north of Jasper... tIt's
Re-Armament, the ideology on which e'1' of Peter
in N. Hamilton Co or Jas. delicious! tfoATHLETES'FOOT
Are such ? vacancy
you a man Howard's intpiring ttttementt ere based. ,
per for Rawleigh dealer.: Full time -
>J' To the ,Business Man: preferred. Will consider ambitious GERM rt

t America's Challenge "It would be na irony Indeed if. et the .. t me a What is M. R. A.? ., '. part-timer.Many now earning $3 I I In 3 days HOW U TO not pleased KILL IT with strong .
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.': .t..1 the per hour and up. See Mrs. Karl
greet ereck in the fabrle ol Com.munitt
eppeered T-4-L liquid 48c back at
v "America, without seeking It, hat had wurld lod.r.ship world, free men dettreyed themielvet with Howe; 101 Shelby St., Live oak. or your
The moral and spiritual; rearmament of which Peter "t Watch infected skin
drug store.
into her lap by the swift end neediest any
drorp.d the meteriilitm bete GIld leer ia theireoamiu. Write FA 1501170 Mem-
very they to nawleigh, ,
Howard speaks it the bjective ol Moral! ReArmament '
bands Africa, Latin America, Asia, all ." slough off. Watch healthy skin replace
a ideology which ia throughout today't world .' phis, Tenn. 016P
ere waiting for America to demonstrate la a crumbling
it. No itch & burning I
civilization bow all people can live united in making en intelligent bid to lead mankind forward -. --- .. -... more
into the next of human ,,,,,. Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot
on. ainr-::the moral end spiritual re-armament. 01 To the Leader ta. pro HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by
humanity." Military : It it a revolutionary concept of change In''' society month. Alapaha Powder too -fine for'sweatyfeet
i day. week or .
This ttatement embodies- theme.ol n aria of based on ebiolute ttandards of honeity purity, uvtelfishness foot order; stays active In the
"Yon th. Communiitt You and love worked out in each end :Motel tfcFARMERS'
talks delivered during e recent nation-wide tour by fight economically. fight man skin for hours.: NOW at WISE'S
Peter Howard author, playwright end political com them politieilly. You fight then militarily if you womsn't lift under the guidance of God in the hearts ;" ,. S5.At,
mentator, wbo l U latenrado..II, famous for his workin muit. Bat: where It the common Ideology ihtred by of men ;. i. .'"car '5----- I II DRUG_STORE.. tic
charge of the world-wid. program pi' Morel Re-' all free men which ttyt" to the Commuaitt world, r I -
You of outmoded. w. Georgia Plate Glass Co.
Armament.r j1 ij 'r'] ere out dttet you ere ) ere
Meeting b....", -brokers,' students,' .homemakers. sing to put ibis! world right fir quicker than you cao The Call to Re-Arm tnr.>. Pronto '
farmers end engineers; and laborers men of ell it.' ItTo MONEY for your farm operations Mirror* ICe-.lh''r"tf l
political thought Peter Howard was encouraged by J : at reasonable cost. Terms I i
Tub Knrlrwtttrp: *, !masers
what h. saw-the still vital tradition of democracy Whether you believe yourself cepable of great action tn fit jour needs. Loans up to
in the United States. But b. was nls. frightened by the Labor Unionist: or email the fact remains that your country needtyour \ I 7 years. Call North Florida Pro'ucaon ;713 W Savunnah Ave CH2-5283
best efforts There i. call to VALDOSTAFOR
"" no greatneetthtt
the of the U.s. '
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prospects tahalleage every
Credit S. Ohio AveLive
to the oil going out to people el the Assn. I
citiien today t the challenge of world leadership in compares I
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"It America'i revolutionary big enough to
concept United State*-like yon and your aei.bbor-tod. I' Oak Tel 362-2583 SALE Godd used Maytag
en age that lacks the bane principles of personal end '
Include nil the Atient, ell the African, sad the whole
I The seed is not only for men, but for moo of faith I Gas Stove $30. Ph. 792.7231 tic
puhli. morality Ml\\"
Communiit world in the forward in homanevolution
next step end of Men devoted to the belief that
Talking with Americans k"'o.. the Und Peter men strength. -- --
? That I. Moral Re-Auiament. Tbe labor' I
i Howard offered stirring.thoughts los all types of they can change human nature, live la peace end .,:' LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGSFor HAVE LMMEDIATE OPENING:
movement ii meant to anderttaad that," to equip
Americans sharing in the chejlenfe. Perhaps tome of harmony wi".n- people of the world-end answer :11; Sale On the river high and For one $112.50 route man. Age
itself to be s part of .it, tad then to help it 'o"nrL"To the chsllengt'of America through revolutionary '
hit statements have l .ci.hn..n.n.C for font t M c dry, good location only $1,000. 'See 25 to 59. Also opening for two $87.50
p SIGN K>K DEDICATION. I >1 ,,',," 'Robert Ehlert, owner. ftc per week men. Age 29 to 55. (Would
the Political Leader ;; I consider capable for this
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To Students: Fer.. eer .1 tae ...!... "DmUa It DtdlMtfoe,* a t.*k ; TOUR
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"On. tote legislature free from fear of .. \ ; The Moorman Mfg. Co, well clean in personal habits. Car nece-
"What ia your plan to build s world that really men committed stars er 5151 awl, er >B sat tile e* tad awtl with e eUer ( I r
works? A world where no man goes hungry, where not just to do the right *t God .nets them U agar tart e4 kuidl!.< tot M.ral ...A'......, '. known 75 year old company now ssry. Home every night. We train.
everybody baa e decent home te live in, and the to tee the right, but to leglelate end agitate .. that 1U E..t 40ia Sir**. Nnr Yerk. N. Y. 1M1C. | .'J(1.111. 7 operating in most of the United I For personal interview in your
chance for an education to give him e full life. II what it right becomea the norm of modern. America '
this young generation undertook that task the who!. will give to nations the secret ol freedom that on ..k ktre for Irae Inlcraiiiaa .Ite.t ... y.. M* ,. ,.t, States is expanding Its operation home: write J, H. McGarity P. O.
ol history would shift." dun,.and to the world point the h'ghroad: to letting DO., the. _I........ .wart .( Mini R.Ar..at in. this area. If you are under 50. Box 627 Williston 32696. O16C
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N.. '.r r capital X would like to teU you a.I I KITCHEN 'CABINETS Handmade
To America's Negroes See Walter Hammond or
o : Aura bout ths( new feed business opportunity

+ The' different races in America ere her strength and. \5fhere Are -*"Oty ____ lute..___. Zl* CMt .. as showing of a film narrated I call 792,5385 Itc.

_' glory. They can be her supersonic ssiaailo .f r.....- ; .. by Lowell Thomas' picturing our I! TO HIVE AWAY 5 Kittens and 3
dh tioa in the modern world. I do DOt any Bt palate*.' Btu ..... year dk.at. ..peat, wish p.r ..... a.riati.. home office, factory" research department I puppies. Call 938-2553 ltp
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Friday ,October 16, 1 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA PACE THREE'

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A zealous New Dealer, Hugo ''in the Rockefeller Institute was in.! Birthday Party III
Black was born on his father's terviewed concerning viruses: For Vernoo Wetherlnjton
@LliS ..I'I farm in Clay" County Alabajna. There are at present 315 types Monday was Yemen's birthday
I & He managed to earn a law degree About 50 separate human diseasesare and he Is a stud"-nt in the adult 3wfl 1 SALEFLOOD
at the University of Ala. with- caused by:|.virusest-su asthecocamoiucpUL education: f .... Wife Audrey! and ,

-. .,, Q&.-golpato.college..tfl9.AIabamians .Jnfluenza! ;smallpox,: off pat tooka lonely: birthday cake .....
sent him to the U. S. Sen- chicken pox, mee.al'eeuanyelitia ]! ,'mumps,'p>. for the ce' etrall&i afterscho6Twak" : -. .- .. "
(continued from t-. two/ atr. hepatlttaVjHlQwlwr) ,' out for the'evenir! Cake and coffee : ,. .: \
Sanitary eJMM 1J. Co: *'., J {X\f,;reUf; ,hfc }1a sLty school he rabies, lmeliA'l j were enjoyed-and the cake that : '
Health Department 'make peeriod- spent hi*'l".t'term"to the Library (Question: ",1. there'any chance' Audrey makes is prize winning'anytime I : '!. : : '
real surveys of the oyster areas.A of ,Congress realing;, Aquinas, A. ,of-a vacclrfQ. ,ragilnktf.tne common I !' It wa* ti very merry/ birthday >: ,
ristoUe.MIerodHus, Locke Marx. cold t. for Vernon and the classmates (
marine laboratory has been MIll Mbnteao/uan. Plutarch, Tacl- If .
established on AppJachlcola to keepcheck / Answer: "t>o tar, no" I I
tea, Shakespdar, the records of theO do tvlnEesT" Mr. and Mrs. Loon Sandlin Jr
on waters and check shellfish Question: "How people
I eats{ution" Convention, and all and Mr. and Mr, Carlton Carter ANNIVERSARY 'CLEARANCE SALE
samples, to make sure the oysters ( I I
of Thomas Jefferson. Answer "Thru the airr went H to Gainesville Georgia, on
meet the requirements of U. : you,
breathe, the water you drink, the.i the weekend1 to bring Dr. Miller.
S. Public Health Service.
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"Time"/Oct./ 9 makes facinating bite." home after a visit of several weeks j \
insect
food you eat, or by an I'
Onryi shell fish taken from approved reading 'about Justice Black.J II . I,with his sister Who lives there. The CONTINUES THRUV3ATURDAY NITE!
or "open waters" can be sold I . i
Jennings HUh HomecomingBig I I Carlton Carters' tec0!: the opportuilty :
in the state or shipped to other ;HYMAN'Galley THREE ,)P'yThq plans are being made for the I| for a visit with daughter Joan
states. I j Jasper Woman's Club opened homecoming October 30 when Jennings and her husband Dub Bagwelle I II \
. Oysters are rich in protein; In the {season Friday, October 9, at plays Greenville I I . I II
iron and copper, necessary in buildIng 3:30: > Atri! Willene Drury, president Candidates for queen are: I I Annie McKelvey and Myrtle Jennings I Prices
hemoglotilin; and In B complex resided. It was the Educatlonaf -
; J Senior-Elaine Smith came over from Jacksonville : .
vitamins which aid digestion and Committee in charge with Junior-Earllne Burnham. on the weekend-Annie to see the I II \
lead to a stability of the nervous Mrs: ]Betty Kyser.; chairman. Sophomore-Mary Wells I I C. B. Harrisons and Myrtle went I
system. Others on this committee are Freshman-Fay Smith I on to visit,,the' J, B. McCafls in i SlasFIrAgain
ago .In Inez McGhln and Frances Duna- The football''' boys will vote for I Jennings. ti : d

50 years APplact)1CQlaoysters way the queen. !:i I
were 25 cents' quart. Bro Sayer Canova led the devotional Put this date, October 30, onYQW' I Mr and Mrs. Ralph Bevllle ofl .
taking his reading from calendar and come watch the Alachua were >weekend visitors j .
Mr. Nick (Royals of Lakeland Luke 1038. lie imposed the ques. festivities.V Mr and Mrs C. B Harrison. I "
,come Sunday to visit his sister Mrs tion': "What are you worth to your ,, 41. f:*:,j'.
.. Hattie Harper Mrs. Alex Royals God-+*,tyDur churchyour com' \\CIV: { Jennings V Halloween Carnival] A congenial party attended' the 'J.
and other brothers. nrunityt \win be .October. 29. The Juniors Fla Mlss''..lppl name In Gainesville I I
.Mr. Harry T. Reid was introduced will have the coronation. The oth Saturday: Mr and Mrs. Joe
Adolph
Mr. and Mts. Solomon I as guest speaker. After voicing er'classes will each have a special] Sapp, Dr. and Mrs Fred Mlckler .
have returned to their home in Man appreciation of the' interest of the I event. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bridges Mrs I
teka California after spending 2 'club in civic and welfare he presented . Ernest Chandler, Mrs. J. T Bridg
weeks in F!'Ja. guests of Mr. and the plans for the new school JASPER GARDEN CLUB MEETS es. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sabin and, Ladies and Teens
Mrs. W O Nips During the time the with explanations. Mr and Mrs. Jack Brooks. Goin: party of four made a trip to Penn The Club is entering a Womans Jasper Garden Club meets ''ri- with them of the school crowd were ,
the home 'state. It was the first dub car (in the Homecoming Parade day afternoon, October 16, the first Jay Bridges, John Snap, Paul Hick-+' :
visit Mrs. Salmon had made back) on F 1daty, October 16. meeting' of the Pall calendar man and Ben Mickler They enjoyed I- SportswearFamous
home in fifty years. Mrs. Conway, a newcomer to Mrs. ,Bamberg Harrel! wiz] be I a picnic lunch before thegame. I
Then in Florida there were trips Jasper, was a special guest. A hostess with Mrs. Lois Curry at the iI i
to Key West and other places of cial: hour followed the program 10-1 Bambergj! :'home. .' I r
interest to these Californians which time delightful All members are expected to ba M\ r T (T. rr'dges' has as her ] Brands
guests Mr, and Mrs. Joe Kendrickj I Iof
were servedThe present. An interesting programIs
The second week in Octobeer be- "Parade Car" for Homecomnig Homer, La. They plan to be'
gan the 175 year of the U. S. Su. is being decorated by Inez planned.June . ,| here for some time and will also Skirts Shirts Jackets Pants Shorts

preme Court. . McGhin. Lois Curry, Betty Kyser, Pafford was at home the visit south Florida before returnIng -

and Thelm Fisk. MSt weekend and Is feeling quite home.Mr Regular $4.99 to $7.99 Regular $2.99 to 3.99
The Supreme Court is split between herself after the emergency oper1ation and Mrs E. S. Chandler are
1. Those whq believe in official The annual Baptist Associationmeet a few weeks ago( visiting In Ft. Lauderdale this 1
restraint that the real power sues n"1 and Wednesday . I.week, guests of Mr. and Mrs Chas
should reside with elected officials Tuesdayts meeting wat at Ml. Pis. home Sabin.
Myrtle Jennings came on '
and that the Court may eventually gah; over in Suwannee County. Bro. the weekend and attended the Uni.verslty !. I i r
destroy itself by assuming too Sayer Canova preached the ser Ole Miss game at Gainesville I I Many herein Jasper remember .ooWomensr
much. 2. The Judicial activists, who mon. Wednesday they met at New with the J, V. McCallsCharle1 I well a former state cabinet mem $ $ .
now hold the upper hand. (a) In Hope Baptist Church I her W V. Knott. At F.S.U, homecoming $2.oo |
the past 10 years 'the Court has M' night (for Mobilization) was I !- Bates, who is teach. I I his picture was taken while .
over turned state enforced racial at Branford Tuesday night big in Palatka spent the weekend talking to former School Supt, Colin 1
segregation in public- schools and in Tallahassee with Linda Eason I English Come this November W
other public facilities. i Richard Cardinal: Gushing of Boston They attecr.ded the F.S.U. homecoming V. Knott '\\11\\ be 101 years young
(bBanned) the official use of prayer urged Catholics of Boston to I When Mr. Knott reached 100
and Bible reading in public attend Billy Graham's "crusade" last November .there was a .
schools (cl) Forced state criminal there, saying ."They have e'V'ry-1 Mr. Lawson:Ag teacher at Jennings bratlon In his honor over in ce1e.\\ --
Courts and police to match the thing to gain." The hand of God \ and his family are beliv hassee. He never misses a
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strict'standards for federal courts be him.NdrtMestern welcomed to the Jennings commun- coming MEN'SSTUDENTSSHOES
must .upon Childrens
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and agents Imposed by the Bill of ity. They live near Jennings in
Rights. (dl) Ordered state legislatures National Life Insurance one of the J, D. Lasslter houses A very younq minister dedicated\ CASUALSSLACKS
to give equal representation Company made a survey . Cod and: His cause is the Rev,
f, to cities and suburbs by reapportionment about the 100,000 recent college. Miss Debbie MchoU I 1tn Dr. C. A. Robert, pastor of
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by population. graduates flocking back to( school honored With Show 'hassee's Flr&Baptist Church
I and Ph. D. degrees Ta1la-1
.e. in quest of master's was one of three at the
Justice Hugo Black is devoted Misses Edna and Dorothy Cravli: .bf-rnwomln" who were m ; .
after his fashion to limiting the The conclusion was that many honored Miss Debbie NIchols wit I orary members of Gold Key, men'r : .
power of the Government whenever will be, wasting valuable time. a miscellaneous shower last Thur- I FSU: Ilcnorarv, In awarding Dr
It impenges on the rights of the in. Some comments from the place,'day, October 8, at the homo olthei Robert, RaY; Whitehend said, "He I Famous Brands \;
dividual citizen. I ment directors are that they are parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. ha. .4rv. .". 'no ,nuth for the student Regular 3.99 to 5.995OC
v Justice Black has served on the undertaking! advanced study for the Oeech 'iVi of florid State that you can- Regualr 3.98 to 5.98
Court 27 years under five presidents wrong reasons: I Fall flowers and greenery deccrated not put into words. If you want to
At 78 Hugo Black Is a wiry "Some merely seek to pcstpoiJ: the party rooms attractively"nine .-H v.i'I41't i the men and women ,
little man of tounJless; energy. He competing for a Job." "*. table was,, centered "f this earns: think of him, plays tennis almost everyday, has "Graduate study is becoming the w ,. beiKlful, three-tier cake mn*" I the First Baptist Church on Sun
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an agressive mind in pursuit of thing to do." fv "-I. Creech. day morning, or watch them gather
learning.No "For many it Is the way for Mist Nichols opened her gifts when he comes! on oampua" You
Justice has less formal education avoiding the draft." which were admired by the guests hear him often on TV.6 from Talla-
: yet none is more widely "A graduate degree is becominga also. The hostesses, a &'" ed by basses
read. He depreciates himself as <'a status -I'ITboI.\ ." 'Mrs. Jordan and Nora NIC'hoIS'1 .
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rather backward country fellow' Willie Ray Lewis Jr. is on vaca-
J. "The work: of the Supreme Courtis The Myniery of the Virus Gueits at this party were close

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" PXCEFOUR ; THE JASPER NEWS: FLORIDA Friday; October 1 16;'I964BURNHAJfNEWS j d
JASPER
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, Cake; Puncih,*Nuts> ; and ,,
served.. Mrs. llemdon received -, ?,Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Blair and *

By LOU, GIPPFRIsh lots of useful gifts. son of Valdosta: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brother and 'Mrs.. Paul Stewartof Pine SeedlingsNow 'A notice to "Mother" from the I County Sportsmans! ':
' .. Howell and children and Mr. and Tallahassee visited Burnham i
A burning purpose attracts ether Hamilton County Health Department
who drawn Fear Is -darkroom where negatives Mr*. Franklin Gaston. Others pre- Stewart 1. a former pastor of the Club ;,
are alone with it and Tabulations of
poison reportsreceived
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Mr and Mrs. Otto Deas church, ,
are developed. sent were I everyone was glad to see
help fulfill It, E. L. In The Grapevine and Rev and Mrs. Charles. Rogers them. '..''.,''"''J The local Florida' Forest Service during the first 6 months The annual meeting of the Hamil..M'
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I, Margaret Burke White {:- office today advises that those wishIng I
of Jennings.Mr. of, 1964 have just been made. The ton County Sportsman's: Club will
.e a to plant trees this year horridget :
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I Mrs. T. IV
the
spent
I McCuHey .
increase..total
continue to
: Marie Williams it ;jecksonville reports be held October 19th
; at the
orders In V.
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their
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Albert Deas Fy .
spent several and Mrs. Joe Sullivan attend, weekend in Live Oak with her brother of over 3,200 rece red .
(" '" ,., days last'week,in Blountstown With spent the weekeni: with her parents ed Church at Blue Springs Primitive Mr. Allen CuT"; planting this season, the price cfieedllngs from all the reportsjM hospitoLrrf % W home In Jasper At this meeting of.. '

' : her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. S. Womack 1.11', and :MrWinston., ,Williams, Baptist Church Sunday, ., e are $4.(00 per thousand( rlda. Hospital AssocBion which the dub will sponsor a free fish
,f Sr I ; R picked up at the Nursery, or $4.25
I Charles are! IAIr) MfSb i Ztpperer Mr end Irtr U.Lee of Avon delivered to the local Forst Service participated in the pot{%) prev<\11. friy beginning at 7:00: p.m. AH

r The Bumham Home Demonstration and Randall ll t f' Starkeand Miry: Mrs. Dacey McGauley of Jennings Pork Fla. visited their cousins, Iieadgt:.arters.. Order blanks are lion program including poll( n members and their families and all

dub'met with.l.tlr.. Ralph Lou Mathls id Steven of Gainesville Is spending some time In Mrs T P. McCulley and Miss Rose .delivered to the local Forest Service I I I control centers, compa to jut. I those who tire Interested In the activities -
with her Mrs I Gill
Cunningham Wednesday October 7, spent tli> weekend with their Jacksonville Sauls. sister Sunday afternoon. vice office ,Just soujh of Jasper on.r[ under 3,000 for the us 81 of our club are Invited to

at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. M. Mills, President parents and hiandpa/ents, Mr. and Myrtice U S. 41. I I months. 1 attend. The main order of business
Mrs. Mrs. Bert ./ a I to be conducted: at this
presiding. Cunninghamgave Zfcperer.one Mr. E. F. Ilampt and Lamar IotYovt''ecIWEDDING The nurseries will start lifting Nurses of the State Board olfleal- meeting Is
,, the election of
the devotional. The subjectfor honored with seedlings around the last of N-em-I th. 'County Public Health NVsesj officers for the com--
11111 were a birthday
the afternoon was you are what Mrs 1\1 ce Sa S 01 Jackson- I Vme Ing year.
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supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs NVTTATION5 and Tfi her for planting ,this season seed made a total of over 2,400 :
weekend with her
yaa eat Mm White a talk \'iJle spent he
gave 1 will out this a- visits for poison follow-up, an\ln-
Lamar Hills, Oct 11 ANNOUNcEMENTSfheoaoe lings probably run s!
Sunday night
'" and 'showed analysis of different brother In I' and/lamlly/ Mr. and t I
The supper was prepared by Mr. E. I 'ev.d' Iv mlf son before everyone gets through crease of about/ : 400 visits( over: Vie
values of food. Mrs. Ralph CunnIngham Mrs. Chart Dea.. They all)) atten- I
Treas- ded 1nKlit Hebron Church F. Hampt's daughter: and: Mrs. La- I J planting due to some flood damage I preevious 6 months period Of fie Ladies Of Calvary.
was elected Secretary fornecc f
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(caused by Hun-lean Dora, said J, ;
3,248
mar Hill's mother, Mri. Elizabeth I"I. reported cases, oer 1,000 we
urer of the dub. We had several .. a
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I, visitors present with .... Refreshments Mrs. Bert a Blair celebrated her. Kramer. ....." b..eswlt Kelly, so this your I 1 hospitalized. Baptist-Meet'. ;
.seeLittle are to plant season
of Cookies coffee soft drinks 84th bJrthda with a dinner at the .. ,, 1I
I\V' I As always, two olds oontinui
and tea was served by the hostess. I home of and Mrs. Franklin Chuck Lamben of DeLandis I 'fUr'-1teei ....... oscio e4 .Y.title : your order should be sent In lead all year C The ladies of the Calvary 'Bap.
further to "age with
I G8S'ta1' Sun Y pctober 11. ,Aft of appending several, days with his ',' ..-... ,w Ma For information -|I groups over tist Church held their, regular
800 being One olds
Mrs. Keller Herndon* was honored! her cN1dre were present except grandparents, Mr, and Mrs..' Ralph THE JASPER NEWS on planting contact your. I and three reported olds follow year, these 2 monthly M.U Monday night Oct.
Service OfficerWith year
local Forst
her enjoy this occasion. -- -- 12, at the home of Mrs. '
i with a Miscellaneous Shower at the to help for Vcrner
year age groups accounting ( Just
" home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Me. They were} Mr and Mrs. Lankford Smith with 14 members present

Culley Friday October 9, from 3:30to : Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Blair and Public AnnouncementsIN l Our Men. '. I I over 900 twee'n, 4Mnpmgr'hnt was very gOOd!: The.. :<. ",
f" 5:00 p.m. Quite a number of children and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Internal medicatkns continue to ;
meeting;was closed with
guest called that afternoon. Crawford of Jacksonville; Mr. andFLORIDA'S .... 1! .In The Service account for the greatest number' Mrs. Fred Herring. prayer by

I e-- THB COURT OF THE' want, his agent, or.attorney and I IFLFRED J. JOHNSON AT when these, reports are tabulated! .
COtTNTT JUDQK, 1IAM I accompanied by a filing fee of one 'of
U/TON COUNTY FLORIDA dollar and such claim or demandnot 'CECIL FIELD by type substance This is because Mrs. Smith served delicious sandwiches -
IN PROBATE) ao filed shall be 'rold. I Alfred J, Johnson, airman USN all internal medications are I I brownies'! and coffee
IN In:: KSTATK OKtIKTTYS David SprauldlngA. Y
included in
the
l e Ato RRA8WRLL Executor of the Last son of.Mr. and Mrs. Anson M. John total. For children .
e Deceased Will and Testament of I under 5, aspirin continues Reporter,
to be the
To ALL ('nF'n1TOR* ASS PFR. HATTIR Lee, deceased j son of Route 1, Jennings, Florida, I product most I I Berime Culbreth
NOAH IIA\I\H CLAIM. OR DEMAND First puhllciMlon September 25, 114 !is serving with Attack Squadron 44 frequently ingested.

/ You and AGAINST each of lAID you are ESTATE hereby:I, September IS, Oct t. t, 1C I lat (line Naval Air Station, Cecil !1.- -- ---

notified and required to present any APPLICATION FieM.: Florida r ... ...
Ithrr claim: of and you demands may have which iralnit=ou.the or FOR TAX DEED A graduate of Jennings' High

.tile .of fiKTTYS 1IHASWKLL. deceased I Notice is hereby given that Mrs. I School, Johnson entered the Navyin HARRISON HOMES Inc.
< late of mild County, to the Decefber 1961 ,
Pounty Judge of Hamilton County Orrle Moore Kendrick, the holder
Florida a| hi. office in the court
of the following
certificates has
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house of said County, Jasper, Presents.
Florida, within .lx: calendar month filed said certificates for a tax deedto WALTER MOORE IN .
from the time of the first publication .-
be issued thereon. The certificate
TRAINING'L
NATO
of thla notice. Two copies of each '
claim or demand shall be In writingand numbers and! years of Issuance, Walter Moore radioman seaman 2, 3, or 4 Bedrooms;

It'I and ihall poet state office I the address place of If reildetic the clat1 1 I the description of the property, and apprentice, USN, son of Mr.
mant, and ahall be aworn to by i I the names in which It was assessedare 'and Mrs. W. V. Moore of Route 1, 1, 1 / or 2 Baths i
claimant, hi. cent, hi. attorney th"1' follows
as :
accompanied by k filing fee of '- Jasper, Florida participated in a "
dollar and auch claim or demand I Certificate No. 28. North Atlantic Treaty Organization '
no PO filed Lenora shall Braawell be void. I Year cf Issuance, 1961.} (NATO) naval training operation ALL\ WICK HOMES:

A. admlnlatrator of Kutate of ,'i Description of Property'; Lot 10 called "Exercise Team Work" In :

ry'@avI ai3TTr8, I3KASWKI.L Deceased I j of Block 8, Reneau'lSec.. 7, Twp he North Atlantic while serving a-

... First publlcatloa September IS, 11(4 2S, Range 16 East containing U board the 'anti- bmarlne warfare
-... September II, October I, t, 16 I acres. No Money Down on Your Lot.
I CITRUS TREES.OF ? I I Name in which assessed; Mrs. R. I aircraft carrier USS Wasp.' ...
50,000,066, with other naval
His unit along
I IV THE COUnT OF THE Will house '- :
trailer'on trade.70 ,
accept or :
All AGES NEED ABUNDANT W\TEItFOR, VIGOROUS COUNTY JUIX1E, HAMILTON W. Stewart. units from Belgium Denmark. ,

,GROWTH. A FULL-GROWN, TREE, STATE EXPERTS SAY, PRORATE COUNTY, FLOKIDAIV I I All of said property being in the I I France, ,Norway, Hie, Netherlands) 1 MODELS TO CHOOSE "
FROM
IN RR:KSTATK OF'I I County of Hamilton, State of Flori[ conduct-
I GALLONS OF WATER A DAY and United Kingdom are
WILL DRINK 30 TO 50 ft, IllTTIK LEE:
.".. ,... ......; .. Defeated da.Unless ing, training operations in strike, For Information Contact '.
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shall
.. \.. TO A f.' CFRDITORtt A\O PKR.0N such certificate be antisubmarine and anti-air warfare
Many Industries. HttlNU ('I.A1M OR UHMAND4 redeemed according to law the operations are held
AQAIMST MAIII USTATKl Nato training ALEXIS MILLER Jasper write
EMPLOY EFFECTIVE You and each of you are hereby property described such certi periocSclly to test,coordination, or ,,
notified and required to present
any cate will be sold to the highest
WATER CONSERVATION claims and demand which you, or of NATO countries ,and develop
t q' MEASURES. AN EXAMPLE either of you, may have against the bidder at the court house door on their combined combat readiness. Harrison Homes Inc. '
.' > estate of MATTIE" LEE deceased the first Monday in the month .of '
IS FOUND IN MINING' late of paid County, to the County \ ..
I AND PROCESSING Judge at hi l* of office Hamilton In the CcoO ::'V'hld:1 November at 11:00 am., 1964 WILLIE. BISHOP IN Box 204A
of :
'4 which is the second day November Perry Florida :
PHOSPHATE WITH MOST Hid County at "..per. Florida, 'with ... GERMANY, ::1,"I : ;: ,.
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y 'I.,' in CT calendar month fom the time 1964.. .;: .
.. -:- OF THE WATERS : of the fires publlcatloa of this 110. Dated this 25th-day of September Army PFC Willis R.: Bishop,'son I
'-r'' USE ; floe. Two roplea of each claim or and Mr Jessle H. Bishop, I :. \ r
REORCUIATED FOR demand shall be In writing*,' and 1964; of Mr. r," -- S'4- ,,"_ "
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; OVER ANDOVER AGAIN;. hall state the place of residence. J. R, Miller, Clerk of Route 2, Bo t.1A, Jasper, Fla.;;and

_.. ,. and pot, ..undiphall office addreaa be worn of'to the by'clalmnnt the Circuit Court, Hamilton, other members of the 8th Infantry
y -. ,, i .',.. in ISxtay
claimant hi .lIt or attorney and County; Florida. Division participated an

;>-- and|IlOlt hall office be address aworn of to the by claimant the- clal-, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23... field training exercise and test in I

1'-' Germany,, endng Sept 21.. I ,
Bishop underwent extensive trainIng
in bridge outlding' and! maintenance i \

J of roads and airstrips during '

Jtfrtrf Chevrolet the simulated combat exiercise. 'I,
VJ5. He is assigned .as a combat construction .-
specialist. in Company CI I

.. of the division's 12th Engineer Bat-

talion near Dexhelm Germany.

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y II The influence'and power'of an individual Senator I

are largely dei&'min by the SENIORITY| he hasattained.

'1 3J 3a Without adequate seniority he has little
i ground to hope for assignment to Important

committees Without seniority his influence in
the Senate is
In case you're interested; the, greatly limited..
U. S. paid Russia at tile rate of

two cents per acre when it Holland Ranks 12th'

purchased Alaska for $7.2 million .
I in 1867 According to
their age end weight, Idds may In the order of Seniority In the Democratic mem-

store up to three times the proteins l', bershlp of the Senate. His Influence experienceand

per pound of weight than powerful voice have gained him membership

do adults .The odds against a on the powerful Committees'' of ApproprIations

male/ boYl growing Into a six Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and ,

footer! are 13 to 1 The ave- Space Sciences, all of which are of particular

,rage/adult/ takes' about a dozen importance to Florida and to you as one of its
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breaths a minute. Too few of citizens.

ins re-znern.btr'lbat: "err" rhymes

with "her" and not "air" ..
Paid Political AdtrcrtliemBit Paid For Bf
,It would'be a better wager Heibert E. Wolf., Treat
'thai your son will grow to six

:: f eer tall than to, bet on getting

perfect rwuhs from the average RE-ELECT
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< = 13I Jamdr-. Folks swear by the
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work done at JASPER LAUNDRY -

J -s.- 1.tJ A CLEANERS and bring! "

;.- : their friends to prove-it Why' HOLLANDU.
don't you make comparisons and I
65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Cotlp -wit'\ new Sweep-line roof. < see for yourself T


If what you see maves you IDa it'll you take the rc': :;l HINT TICS : WEEKS New enameled HOUSEHOLD cooking:

utensils are less likely to chip fa- S. SENATORFor
(V 43y Itla-CBBBJrl-JI t. 4tID ctrl crack if the insides are greased

One look at' those longer, wider lines. Ls you it's of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin because our with butter-before- .use.'

,the kind of car you just couldn't buy bet:<*e without engineers came up with a new Full Coil suspension -' ..

\'getting into the higher price bracket*. Bui one drivo system, teamed it \ \Vide-Stance design, and GET YOU* FARM LOANS -

\ ,will tell you a lot more. \ made our famous Jet-smooth ride smoother and '
.... the BEST in Farts '
You've got your'kind of engine going Yor you. more stable than ever.Beginning >nd Service I
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I. There' an even half dozen of them a\ailabla to feel like'it's your kind of Balers Rake -
f be doubt about it when MowersCutters-
There'll
this year-anythlng you name from a Quieter cart no you .-

r; i sweeter running 6 to a V8 with,the authority drive tho real thing at your Chevrolet dealer's. 'f CONTACT Ford Tractor/ / Corn ..

!" .See 5,ie..tU."Jle..r*03- eN", DUll Ift Cferrafr& Corvctte-mt n.mr Ilea'.,,'* ,,:.' Harvesters "

$, : : Henry D. EASY TERMS L, SEE. '

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1(1': I FRYER PARTS HEINZI, 6 Jars
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rs":", MIKE'S LEGS BABYFOOD S9C AND WHITE'S BEST! .
THIGHS 3 9 c .
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Roll' Sausage FRENCH Oz. Bot.
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-thought Chuck Would enjoy It t Election Clerks and Dunnellon Sets PUBLIC NOTICEINVITATION I net Th of. document full mount wl.l of deposit b.- refunded for on tokch *I

f;} 6/i '& The Lucky number was drawn by i general, contractor who .vbmlt,
8":8aO a bon fldo bid upon return ot .*m*
Mrs. Russell Alderman. ,The prize Inspectors Listed Pate FnRaulbowBowl FOR BIDS I In good conditio. within thirty CSt)
-' RSlJfJJ'ai1t was ..fme.Nnglw! the, kitchen ju.t ldar. after the date of, opening bid..
J ... .. Iron NEW+ SUCH.._ SCHOO( ._.L JU1 othef. d.povtt will b.. .
which she passed' to Linda. to' Gam us.u. s. .r.v. "
red.in.. deductions'
of Clerks and Inspectors pW" sealed proposal* from general eon approtiiftlllotr
( J' 7tt"'t-'f( An advertising, c6niesl: wtl plJfyed itllilifLP l by be Board of County OoummLwioner tractor will b. r. .4.. Ellen Scaff tWjA.thii M also II, MILTON' COITNTT' BOAKII OP PUB I upon return of .me' In good condl-'
to serve hi the General The regular Monday Night: meet.,lac INtrrUUCTION' In th. HCPEH- lion within thirty (SO) day after
,, continued froiji..pog.. |; -J 1 gave her pr f tel1'iilda.Refreshment. Eleeilo to be held Nov 1.1WM ing of the Dunnellon Flght'n Tiger INTENDENT.8 OFFICE COURT date of opening bid*.
of cokes, .cookie Pigskin Club resulted In the announcement HOI;8K. JASPER FtORIOA, until Contract If awarded, will b. on a
_tlon. lie ,came to Jasper, about Precinct No 1 1:80 p.m. Tuendg7VN.vTmbee It. 1114 lump sum bail.*. No bid may be
ttrt days io'Iicked' his mother potato chips nrfs , up Ie the.. guet4secondriparty (5ay Shift) Bowl Classic would be held on Dee. i HAJIItiTCIV COUNTY day after time ha* been ; on
andf ferave hei al. trifr'to New- York. Clerk Inspectors JUNIOR SK.NIOR KIOH RCIfOOU the date of opening Bid must boAICOI
TIif was a lovely Mrs. Ruth Burnette; 4 1964. ..
'several JASPER. HAMILTON COUNTY pun led >>x a bid bond In
They saw splendid chows, mls Uaneous./ shower which wa Mr! Charlie McCauley, The participating football teams I / AC bi. tlmi and place amount not lees than Io i of the
took fai the fair and "the what have RI'v. bare hid. Both performance anda
a
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Mrs. th\propo\ *
Minnie Herman Bradshaw pick
the /home of Mrs.
ilv at. up at"t later date
be announced ?
will .
of the ," publicly oprnfd ,nd read No *xtvnolon payment bond will be> reqolied In
you big city Ray end: Nora '
have Is of 'Jennings. Hostesses for Box, and Mrs: Barney Newsome. however, all committees necessity I of the bidding' period will b, an, amount equal. to 100%; of thevmtrect
just returned.
,. e ) _, r occasion were? Mrs Allen (Night Shift) I I for conducting and organizing this miol.Klddlnx; doeumentt.\ m.x j' >a obtain. .tle Owner price roi..r'e. the right to
Mrs. Ponce D. Sandlin and Mrs. J KMV Mrs. Joel Selph, Mrs. Clerk, J, W Titsworth, Inspectors event have been: established.The *-1 hum th ..ffl'-" of ZFBV) LACK, reject any or all bid and to,waive
h Graham Black were guest .last La ioi) MlcCuUey, Mrs. Harry ; Roy Cameron, Harold Dell .I annual Rainbow Bowl classic F.Y."oOMU.4.'ALPOS't.A AIICIIITKCT. .n(I IRUKQIA NORTH, technlcnlitle and Informalltie

week of Mlu Jean Waldron In WI enbak r, Mrs. Barney NeW.eM. return Box and C. W Pennington. Is held as a post season game' Application' for doeuJn..t.! together (ffAMIl.TOV" COUNTY BOARD
so 4s. Addle McCall, Mrs. Prencinct No 2 In the Town of Dunnellon) at DLtnnellon I'with d.pOHlt o{ lift'',p.t; t should OK rUMLIC INSTRUCTION '
White Springs. Jean, a cousin of I l>* tiled promptly with the Archlt ride Hunter'Cheirman; ,
the late Mrs. Addle Sancttn Greene GI nn Nujrm and Mrs. Joe Hbwell.hcHise (Day Shift) High School and features the I illddlnir I material will I b. forwarded BY: .Harry T. Held.
1 attractive I shipping I rhar..ci collect an County School SuperintendentOik
was Clerk Mrs. Walter Buckles In- football teamsIn
very ,
The ; outstanding
two meet '
who she often visited here; is not soon an o.lble. If. tl, 10, Nov !.
wi large arrangements of white spectors, Miss Della Taylor, Mrs. the West Coast Conference. !I II !I
only loved In Jasper, but over this ; I 4 : ...
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section of Florida. She resUJes m is and greenery throughout the Mamie. Bryan, and Mrs. AxHna I More Inflormation of general interest --t

: part time (in White Springs and p iy rooms. Simpson. I will be available as the conv I David King Receives F. F. A.'s Highest
occasion the bride wore
I or this mittee starts to function and as
Shift)
I part !in Miami !where she has a (Night _
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i home a 'all ;sheath ''dress. She wore a Clerk. Joe W. Sapp; Inspectors plans develop. In Kansas City Mo.David
t gift from the hosThe Degree } .
He corsage, a ,
.see rI Ken Malpas, John edge and W. R. :
Friends of the former ,t es. -
I" MUs Mol.j' Drury.
bride's book was kept by r t .
Ue Kate Waldron of White Springs I Precinct No 3
Miss Sue Butler,, alster-in-law of I CUDSiOFBH
., now Mrs. M. W. Kilpatrick, will regret -{f ? .*' j (Day Shift)
to hear that Mr. KilpatricJr Is .'the bride. overlaid Mr... and Mrs. E. C. Lashley of Clerk, M. T. J. Bryan; Inspect-

quite sick in the Lake City V.A. The refreshrnent table work was cloth. Lab L ,City announce the approachng ;- ors. Mr. Ray Morgan pick up

Hospital. Miss Jean Waldron Is with a linen cut marriage of her daughter,* Box, Mir, Hub Storm ant, Mr. Claud I THANKSI
I. with her sister, having recentlycome Mrs. Donald $mith poured punch Patricia A. Bundy: to Ralph L. SI rmant.
up from Miami. from a cut |glass bowl and Mr*. Varies, Jr, of Jasper.
.. served the cake. (Night Shift)
Tommy McOulley Miss Bunty is a graduate of Jasper
matrons are close Clerk, Mrs. Ann Dell; Inspectors wish to take this means of expressing
MRS. CHUCK BUTLER These young High School and attended North
bride. Mrs. Irene Morgan Mr. FVank my thanks to all my
friends of the Florida Junior.
HONORED AT TWO PARTIES Mrs. Shivers College. Lindsey, and Mr. Wilmer (Bud) friends and relatives, and the nurses 'e1y w. iwWi
( Pearson, c'
Hickory Bottom Farm was the Crarrv Mr. Parks Is Graduate of Dell '
Stormant Box.
return of Hamilton County Hospital, ,
mother. ,and a favorite of everyonewas School of Medical in r e.
. scene of a kitchen shower for Mrs Technology 4
Precinct No Also Doctor Smith and Dr. Mlckler
r Chuck Butler, the former Linda able to greet the guests as they Asheville, N. C. and Is presently I
room where the Crystal Clerk; Mrs. Bill Smith; Inspect May ,God' richest blessing: be
' Gay. Hostesses for this party were visited the employed by the Hamilton County r.Jt set
ors, Mrs. Dd Wells, Mr. James with each of you. I
and china had been placed. I Memorial Hospital
Mrs. Walter Havener and Mlss
, Fouraker ,and Mr. Roy Crews Leon Musgrove {
useful gifas ,
Inez McCa1l I Linda received many The wedding will be an event of and _,
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pick up return ,
from her bends Friday evening, October 16th in e sKS s ,
Guests at this enjoyable affair
SS Precinct No 5 Gene and all his family would
: were the senior girls a few close Pearman attenedtl the home of the bride elect.. Clerk Mrs. J. L. Reeves; Inspectors like to offer their thanks and appre

j } friends and from Jasper were \ Miss Barbara economics meeting!! In Mrs. Martha Nell Sandlin. Mrs. elation to their many friends for _
t State home r et a'a
Small a iAh
Misses Judy and Marilyn IQ
W. M. Marable and Mr. W. W I
the wonderful Teler mo
homemaking prayer's
is the
I her senior Lf) Bembry; sponsor, Mra.,1' *teacher at High. ,Johnson and Mr. A. B. Tyree. This I Roberson pick up and return Box calls) flowers and cards that he
Alderman. I jlennings
Russell .. meeting was informative and Precinct No .6 received while! in the hospital. May ,1+ r .. ..
I Iod
very
A basket of magazines was plac. I| .Several peopie from Jennings at. ,Inspiring to all who attended It. : Cleric Mr. T. B. Hurst; Inspect : Die Lord Bless each and everyone' I
in the center of the group. They
Mrs. CraG Zipperer, Mrs J. of
ors
tended the district P. T A meeting seesREUNION you. i
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slssors, scotch tape and ,
were given '
L. Cbmbass and return
workshop In pick up The James Wynn
put'a \1 better )Imown as a
filing cards of which they : '
receipe.The girls! had a marvelous 'Lake City oft Tuesday evening. The Tom and) Alice Miller family I Box. and Mr Leon Greene. Family

,'. ,1 time fixing recelpes which they Ama( ,,#e ,,solfe-were, Mr. and ,trill_have their annual l reunion.Cct./i I Clerk Mr.Precinct Quinteen No Dens 7 ; Inspec
17.18 at Jetties Lodge Feranffina.
W. 8. C. 8. MET AT HOME OF
Herndon
Florida. Its better known.as Millers |jl ton Mr. Howard Mr. ..... +
MRS. PONCE &AITDIN
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\ \ PUBLIC 'NOTICE '"Melting Pot Reunion" j(David Keeling pick up and return .I I

: 4' The menu for Saturday night will Box. and Mr. Franklin Gaston. The regular meeting of the W S. : T

i Notice is hereby given pursuant to Sec. 101.71 F.S., be Pots of blackeyed peas'season Precinct No 8A c. S. 'was held at the home of Mrs. I 1I
eds with sow belly (piney woods Clerk Mr. Collls Bland; Inspectors Ponce Sandlin Sr
, the Board of County I
that? by resolution adopted by octets:) ) Suwannee County corn- Mrs. J. T, Zipperer, Mrs, Doran The meeting opened with silent
" Commissioners on the let day of September, 1964, bread. Sunday: Basket dinner. Howell and Mr. ,R. M. Deas pra.yaand it was closed by the I I

and approved open session; that the polling place Going from here wil Ibe The J. V. pick up and return Box. president

\ of Precinct two ((2)) be changed from the Hamilton rtcCalls' ,, Mrs. Havener, Miss Precinct No 8B The study was given: ;byl Mrs.
Cleric Mr. W W. Pennington Inspectors. -
in which the Myrtle Jennings and Miss Inez ; Shelton Lewis. It was a'\ chapter
F County Courthouse, to the building McCall. Mrs.'J" C. Cannady, Mrs. from "Summoned To A'New Age" King, son of Mrs. T, R. King is attending the National

\ Suwannee Riyer: Regional ,Library is located. Alice Miller was the daughter of Carrie M. Vann and Mr. :T. E. which was most Interesting;,. F. F, A. Convention In Kansas City this week. While In Kansas City,

.j'I R'.bert McCall. She was a sister of Clardy pick up and return Box. The new purpose for the W,"S. C. David who was a former State officer, will be awarded the American

;\ Board of County Commissioners, J, V. McCall. &t. I Precinct No 9A S.,and Guild was read and discus.' Farmer,Degree pin and also a check for $125,00 as a result of his out-

!i '. By: J. R. Miller, ; e ". e Clerk, Mr.-John R..Williams; Inspector sed. \\' .J. standing'accomplishment in leadership, citizenship, and the improve-

I I'. Clerk CircuitJUNIOR .: .,' D'STRICT'\ MEETJNO: OF THE *, Mrjf Alex:Royals,,Mr. Call to Prayer ,and Sel; Denial men('of agriculture. David is one of only eight students from Floridato
.\, ;. Coin GARDEN-CLUB George Smlth fcnd._Mr. Cecil. Cat.. was set lor October 25th to SllMrt.C : receive this award. So you'can see (his. Is quite an horror for David '
: man pick upAfcd, return box. B. Harrison leader- Well as'cur school and t .
,' : : :r i I The Annual faD meeting of District ,spiritual! as community
.. ft __ Precind N\> 9B has this In h'' ,
f u --=- -,- 'V II for Garden Clubs was at the charge. \It
,,:" 11 fti.; Westwood Baptist Church In Live I (Dayf' Shift) Mrs. Shelton .. w"wlU.; order Many tours through agriculture and industrial firms as well as

" -1, ....... .. I Oak last week. Their Garden Club Clerk, Mrs. Henry Lewis; Inspectors ; supplies for Homecoming which Is sightseeing tours will be provided and available' to David and the

,, Mh'a was'hostess to the group. I I Mrs. C.JO. McGhin, Mrs. October 25th. ',, Florida ,delegation.We "

The theme of the meeting1 was Blanche Doss and Mrs. Libby Kry.Mglrt Mrs. Tom Owens, chairman of are very proud of David on this outstanding accomplishment. ..
"Gathering Knowledge Together." ( Shift) the memorial Committee, madesuggestions
Clerk. bid FOster' Shepherd, Inspectors. as to'what we could
Mrs. Coles Bannerman, district Mr Clydee' Lashley, Mr. '
buyin memory of\\our deceased
director, was chairman of the James Taylor and Mr. P. W. Simmons members. We voted to let the committee STUMP. BROS.
. .... -,. -- meeting The Invocation was given I
.. ..' ; ;0.Preclnct, decide on what to buy
Have seen anything
you by Mrs. Bill Stroup of Live Oak
No 10
Mrs. Hannah Bland will be chair
CASH & CARRY
of our fine line and a word of welcome'Waal given Clerk Mr. J. 'R. Hogan: Inspectors man oV the dinner which we will
Mrs. Lawrence Lee, Live Oak
by
I 'Mr. Tavell Mrs. Avis
>> Mallory serve for the District Guild meeting
of the highest values president of the Garden dub. Cason return Box, and Mrs. Ken- I!in January. Alter other short Itemsof

t Q Mrs. Frank W.. Hewlett State neth Shaw pick up Box business the meeting adjournedfor BUILDING ,SUPPLIES

'. 0 _, for the lowest prices? I President," spoke on "Gardener's' t a social hour. The hostess wasassisted .. .

a i <.,.. $* Jiy; a nd; tee- dent Objective.Mrs. Charles The first IL vice Blanchard press I' Booth. She in serving served by chicken' Rev. Norman salad, 30Q South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

> talked: on "Success Through Know. Jennings High potato chips pickles, hot homemade ,i:, Telephone 242-5536. .

I you'uagtcel 1 ledge" A very Inspiring speech was tea rolls, coffee and cocoanut :
''How' To Succeed'Vby Mrs. Maurice School News, cake. 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
\ DUlingham, third vice president "
Mrs Carroll Griffin second vice j I The seniors hWe seven boys on I % INTERIOR PLYWOOD .... $2.56

1 BUY NOW President gave' a very Interesting the football team. They are, Jim It ...}{amillon J1f.mor,1 .
t discussing on'"Dissemination of In Bates, Jim Deal, Avon Frier, Vernon -t 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet

I avw tap i.ek.Ip. oar AND SAVE! formation"our state After officers these we discussionby adjournedto Creech Mathls, and Junior Charles Griffin Runyon.We Thomas JrospilafV$ %" EXTERIOR PLYWOOD... $2.82

tY : are proud of them for winning
O the> live Oak Garden Center
: with the 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
f where we were serv-d a most delicious their first game Perry

lunch by the Live Oak Club score being 13'. 0. We also, have %" C. D. Sheathing Plywood $3.23
'kd
) attending from the Jasper Club two cheerleaders out of our class ...

"'erefra.! Walter Havener, Mrs. H. Francis Morgan, and Elaine Smith. I 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
-- !f .1 M. Curry, Mrs Ponce Sandlin, Sr. The seniors have charge of the I "
Mrs Inez McCall Mrs. David concession at all the ballgames and I o % Prefinish Mahog. Plywood $4.80

_ e Bryan and Mrs.Bamberg Harrell would appreciate the support of
r :, everyone. PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW, 4x8 Sheets' J per M

fStMQf. We electd two repnesentativs for "
Mrs. Nettle Reid / SHEETROCK
RU'ItS1\ homecoming queen. They are Mrs. Opal Law :._.............. 46.50
Annaree Heirs and Elaine Smith. t.
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I e Reporter.Elaine James1 Clardy .", Built In :,
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I a ,a Smith Mrs Nadine CrewS' V ,

ORDER Katie Cato (col.) s.j ;\ OVEN and COOKTOP .........149.95 '
10 r.r *naADISCHARGED ,
1' 19< SINCE tAST\WKl I
; White St1rsrs, High \ Per M

, 4I' Lanler flyers{ \ 3" Rockwool Insulation
: ,f School NewsThere KIrby Hunter "I'?-"?' "tt.\\\'. ........ $47.00
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Albert Norwood
; "BIRD" Roil
Is to be a Southeastern Mrs. Mae Miller

Student Council District meeting Leon MusgTove 5-lb. Aspha t FELT ................ $1.95BIRD'235'Ibr.
of
School
held at Engleo.YOdlD&h: Grover Padgett '
tx9 ; Jacksonville on Oct.'24. The follow Nathaniel Only',(coty > r :;. ,B Per Square

l _____ ing delegates were elected to represent Chris Hubbard (coL)

... White Spring* ID* School. Amos Wilson (en!.) SUINGI ...............................6.75
Optional top light W clocA ensemble Paula Allison Sue HiUhouse. Glenn I
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Oversize a11porcelainQveit'interiorTwopiece r9 Lindsey. Daisy 'Melton. Rheba Morgan 9x9 inch each
Jimmy Smkh and! Sharon Tom.linson. I
'I smoke-freegasb ller RUBKER WO** ftrp 1P Tanya sb th* Mrs Mildred Young, Stu. CROSS Vinyl Asbestos TILE .................. 10c
Lifetime guarantee of ill b ors dent Council will accompany AT '
vwy aaalleit I* sh..ery8t sponsor

119.90 down only 5.24 iW ,month .gasllsr RUBBER The the Student gn>ar Council. also agreed I I 12 CEIL x 12 inch*Plaih llLE each

STAMPS ncfadlr befit U to purchase a ,;.state flag for the _..............:.:..... 9Hc4x8

IMI y s yarn sad yarn, school .r
1 > > Another Teen-Night: will be,heldOct. and 4k9 f xk per M

:t U Farter setreks si price fas'UUw IS at the school gym from 7:00 W T&ateJ SHEATHING
RE
$47.00
,, / g t what*sy ct ye t**>ward pay. orttlmmOf to 1030.: All student. from grades ; ....

SELYICE Caaan (r ami s.. us.s guys seven through: twelve and teen- THESE PRICES CASH
RUBBER STAMP ds agers which were former' students v "
tftvkt ysls ay haw We sl*. of White Spnna!. are. continuing F.O.B. ,OUR WAREHOUSE
have a will* seleetlea *f their education, and are not married o.Q
4. MARKING, DBYICX3 for
I W Del N may attend. STUMP BROS.
: ttwJ.. I Reporters, Paula Allison o 0
'and Sue Ilillhouse.

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:: ; : A a f Minutes of'.1 J. R.E. Lee New
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Instruction>, "j' 'The first monthly meeting of the Secretary of State rom -Adarna*
: ,\ I IJ. R. E. Lee P. T;'A. aTicJcWton today announced. the chartering
Jasper, Fla. day night Octchpr\12.: 1964 a'theJ. the following corporation ""
BUYING October 6. 1061 R. E. Lee High 'chao! TIt P. ,
SLOWS SOUTHEAST HAMILTON
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CURTAIIfD The Hoard of Public Instruction: ,T. A. met for the purl 1Se of eletingnew TY, FLORIDA COUN
of 'Hamilton County. Florida: met officers. They In kale: PeJ- INDUSTRIAL DE
today In regular session. The fol'dent. Mrs. Crawford, I Vice Past l VELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, INC.
lowlrg members. were present: !(dent Mrs. Brown Seciret&ry, Mrs.' NP 9000. o/o Mr J. T. Bridges Jr..

PRODUCTION I: Clyde Hunter, Chairman Johnny: ,(Wright Assistant Secretary, lilts President Route 3, Jasper, Florida
; Butler, Frank Matthews and E. V. Robinson:{ and Treast\res, Hrs. 30 Hamilton County. Filed, September
Stormant. The following board Pierce. 1964 by Holland Bevls. Smith
.1 member was absents Allen B. 'I( and Kibler, P. O. Box 1069 Bartow,
: Several .-
membership rds
c w repurchased Florida.
Purpose: to stimulate the
/ The and
Superintendent secretary
Tyree.
L Harry.T.Reid was present. and may still ne purthsi i promotion of industrial deY Jip.
NORMA BUYING .. '
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KEEPS ; ; The meeting opened with prayer |"by eont'arting tithe Alfreo'BowenThese Mrs. ,meAt In Hamilton (County, &b-
Ruby Jackson Mr
or
by Mr. Reid. :scribers t J. T. Bridges, Jr.. Rt. 3.Jupt'r ,
cards can be purchased for
: Florida James Franklin
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The for the
transportation report '
the price of $1.00 each. All parents leas, Jennings, FloridaV.; A.
Irst.
month of school was given In
are urged to purchase these cards Saunders. Jr., White Fla.
Springs.
HUMMIN detail Mr.: Reid. ;
ALONG by I and also attend future P.) T. A. Billy A. Jones,, P. O. Box 168 Jasper
Based on the 'recommendation of
meetings. '
t" Florida; CecH A. Kennedy,
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the principal a motion was made,, The next meeting of the J. R. E. Box 428 Jasper Florida

.*, tI" .,. '.... r ,55 \ '." by Mr. Butler, seconded by Mr. Lee P. T A Is set for the first
: and carried that Ed
0: '"' ... Matthews j'I
: .' ," Monday night of November 1964i
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,., 1-': ff' ward "N. Lawson be appointed a
J. J. R., Lee's Administration |j jYwtH I
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:- \' teacher In the Jennings High School
7' .' receives a marvelous heritage
.1, ; for the 1964.65 schol term '
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; no generation: has ever been
"f' ... Mr. Reid reported that the
) .... ..' given as many opportunities. frTUA4
i' ,.: ,,, .. i school architect Mr. Lackey, had Scientific researrh-lnentlon.busl- r
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,; ; ,)I Informed him that he had checked
\ .varf 'he t! achievements
:( ness organization-
\ .r'i. ... '.. with the State Department of Edu. of the past. '
j ). cation relative to the final approval The magnificence, of Egypt the \
/ 41 I iJ: of the plans for the new high school'i tombstone of which were the pyramids 'i THOMAS JEFFERSON BRYAN
'1..J; !t "; and had been told that they wouldbe the glory that was Rome and Thomas Jefferson Bryan 75. resident

; 1tiJ.; approved within a few days A the splendors of the Orient were of White Springs died Tuesday
& 11 motion was made by Mr. Matthews products of a hand tool ate.Today's : night (in the Hamilton County Mem.

... seconded by Mr. Stormant, and ;: engine of production and orial Hospital.
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I carried that when plans have received of destruction put powers In the :: Mr. Bryan was a farmer and
( final approval, the legal: ad-1 I lived on his farm near White
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mortal
I hands of man never possessed
rertisemcnt be gibven that bids for dwellers en Mount sprili: ; was a member fa'
the
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Jt' construction will be received on Olympus 'prominent pioneer family. _
Tuesday, November' 17, 1964 at 2 But the problem exploding' ; Survivors are his wife of White

o'clock p.m. population of crime- poverty and Springs; Two sons, Joe and Leon
Audits Internal Accounts of the ,disease, of men and: nations seekIng both of White Springs; seven daugh
Jasper HigH. Jasper Elementary to Impose their ;wilt bn others |: terse Mrs. George Storman Mrs.
Jennings High, White Springs High of lack of vision to use our knowledge Oleta, LJndsey of Jasper; Mrs. Lila
J. R. E. Lee High Carver High and aright, o( lack of purpose to Fish Mrs. Alma Sweat Mrs. Mary
Jerry Jackson Schools, as made by the spring Wards to greatness Sweat Miss Carrie Bryan all of
use
Mr. Joe C, Mitchell, were presented miiit give pause to the!> .blest of Jacksonville: ; Mrs Frances' 'Herndon
These reports"were carefully re I of Miami; 2 sisters. Mrs. John

.. viewed and comments and youth. bother|I Stephen of Trenton; Mrs. Carrie
----- recom-j I There are those who Never)
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;' endatlons noted. Barber of Thomasville; 1 brother
community prohj
think of the I
f-" 1p A resolution was presented 'Re-1',ito hems who any what could I dot But James of Bradcnton; fourteen
':' questing .App m'a't' of the State
:;: let us be thankful there are those;' grandchildren one great-grandchild
Board of .Education: to Use Capital vision, greater''I Funeral services wire held Thursday
who i I have greater
Outlay end Debt Service Fund e. !'' and who therefore develop'' afternoon at 3:00: o'clock in
concern
.., quipping ''Already Existing Rooms ,'''greater effectiveness. j jt the Advent Christian Church of
for Science and General Shop in i Jasper Interment was in the River
the J. R. E. Lee High School". A' 'I, side Cemetery in White Springs.
I motion was made by Mr. Matthews There being no further business, Harry T. Reid Funeral Home in

I, seconded \>y Mr. Stormant, and car ,the meeting was adjourned. *Jasper was in charge of arrangement
rj tied that this resolution be adoptedThe Clyde Hunter Chairman
minutes of the meeting of I Attest Harry T. Reid Superintend- \

p Sept. 1, 1964 were read. A motion rent II WILEY (1RANTIIAM
was made by Mr. Butler secondedby Wiley Granfhnm, Chevrolet! deal. I
Mr Stormant, fciid carried that ; ler( at Live Oak and Jasper, died
;'" j(< .' they be adopted: !: :' Il. I early Wednesday morning.
The minutes of the meeting of Funeral services will be held on
',' : ,2' September 22,. 1964 were read. A I //Friday afternoon, at 3:30: p.m. at
tv l motion was made by Mr. Matthews I WOODS' NI the Ffcvt Baptist Church of Live
seconded by Mr. Butler .and carried I Oak. Interment will follow In the

that they be adopted. I Live' Oak Cemetery..
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CONSISTENT Sp'APER ADVERTISING 4V11 t ; "1/1 and state goverJ1ments
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KEEPS DOLLARS B SY ..CONSISTENTLY ( 'J In most states {his

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thought Chuck would ergo I!I Election- Clerks andInspectors DunnellonSets PUBLIC NOTICE Ml The of document full amount will of deposit b* r.ftiitd.d for on to.

.. contractor who submit,
The Lucky number was drawn by .clt i.n.ral
$; ,, Mrs. Russell Alderman. The prize EDD1 GIt. Listed J Pale Fp Raigbow INVITATION FOR BIDS a In bona rood.fid condition* bid upon within return thirty of aam

-.: OL RStJt). was ,smethingJq, _the. )Wtchen, -1 FOR NEW mall SCHQOl |'I, Jill* ,after other the deposits date of will l openingbid brftind'a I! *.
which she passed to Linda. Bowl Game J. I ?. with deduction abprdtiiAlllna:'
Lint of Clerk and Inspectors p.pointed Sealed' propo.tli from general <-oi
anft'f'1; f nr'fl't; {i} An advertising cbrrtcal w$J plfy Jtir1i1ity by the Board of County do. tractors will b. r.cttr. bj the HAMILTON coat of reproduction of document
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ed Ellen Scat won thisV the alia COUNTY BOARD OF I'UB.ILIC I upon! return of am In food condition
I mtnlasioaera to serve In the General The regular Mbnday Night meet. IMHTIll'CTIOH In the BCI'EH- within thirty (10) dkjr after
continued froip.pog l Jj+ '1 gave her prizeA&'L nda. y tlrir EleeUo to be held Nov. S, Idol Ing of the Dunnellon Flght'n Tiger INTENDENT.A OFFICE, COURT date of opening bid.
Refreshments of cokes, cookies i Pigskin Club resulted In the anncun HOfBE. JABTEH. FIORID.A, until Contract If awarded will b* on a
tion. lie came to Jasper about 1.0: p.m. iidit7rNornbr IT. 1044 lump cum b.*... No bid may b*
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potato chips 'ten days ago, picked up his mother tie guests.seccndTlparty (Day Shift) Bowl Classic would be held on Dee. I HAMILTON COUNTY day after time ha* ben called on
and>' New HK1U SCHOOL, the date of openingBid* must b.eeortiwnted .
I gave her a! trip'to York. JPNIORSENIOII
Clerk Mrs. Ruth Burnette Inspectors

Thf was a lovely ; 4. 1964. JASPER HAMILTON COUNTY, i>y a bid bond In aa
They saw 'several splendid shows miscellaneous/ shower which was Mfr. Charlie McCauley The participating; football teams FLORIDA, AC the' tlmo4.1 place amount not less than ail: of th.
took tn the fair and "the what have ban lild. Both a performance anda
Mrs. Herman nolort above; th\propo\ I.l will bn
f of gives at.the /home of Mrs. Minnie Bradshaw pick up will be announced at a later dater publicly opened And read No .*' payment bond will b* r*<|Dlred In
you the Uf city Ray and Nora Shhtr of J nninl. Hostesses for Box and Mrs. Barney Newsome. however, all committees necessary I tension of the bidding. period will b. in amount equal. to 109% of Mevntrret
have Just returned.I price
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. i,. this/occasion/ were; Mrs. Allen (Night Shift) for conducting and organizing this muds Hid Jinn; document* m.. i*a obtain. 4'h. Owner r'\ the right to
I Johhson, Mrs. Joel Selph, Mrs. Cleric J, W. Titsworth Inspectors event have been established.The '.. I Mrs. Ponce D. Sandlin and Mrs. IFY I AUCHITnCT, a/L I NORTH technlcnlltl and Informalities.IFAMILTOV .
Graham Black were guests last Lajkon McCulley, Mrs. Harry, ; Roy Cameron, Harold Deas annual Rainbow Bowl classicIs 100MU8ALDOSTA.. ttKOKOIAApplication .
I Wi/enbakefr/ Mrs. Barney New return Box:, and C. W Pennington. Is as a post season gameIn for documents together COUNTY ROATIOOK
week of Miss Jean Waldron In Mts. Addle McCaU, Mrs, Prencinct No 2 Dunnellon at Dun- with i% deposit of /( : 4>< should 1'UULIC INSTRUCTION
White Springs. Jean, a cousin of so e I the Town of I h.l 'lltil I promptly :'r.t. Arrhl riod Hunter, Chairman.
Gl Jnn Nujnn and Mrs. Joe llowell.Lhe t (Day Shift) nellon High School and! features the '. 'ilddlnir material will b. for. BT: Harry T Held.County ,
the late Mrs Addle Sandlin Greene I worded, shopping chartfe an School Superintendent
1 h was attractive Mrs. Walter Buckles Inspectors football teamsIn collect
use
very Clerk outstanding
; two most
who she often visited Ire Is not liYyQ noon an 1'01l..1I.le. Oil II. tr. to, NOT.t 0.
wijh) large arrangements of .white to r Miss Della Taylor Mrs. the West Coast Conference. j
only loved In Jasper but over this ; I '
and throughout they Mamie and Mrs. AdlnaSimpson. of general Int. ;
aeetlon m s greenery Bryan More intormation
of Florida. She resides
part time In White Springs, and ; rooms.' erest will be available as the committee David King iJceives--F. F. A/s Highest
this occasion the bride wore function and as
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part in Miami '!where she has a (Night Shift) _
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... home I a Jail sheath ''dress. She wore ate Clerk Joe W. Sapp; Inspectors, plans develop. Degree In Kansas City Mo.
I : . corasge, a gift from the hos Ken Malpas, John Dedge and W. R. r!, ,

+ Friends of the former Miss Mol I tesses. Drury. .. ,
1 lie Kate Waldron of White Springs The bride's book was kept by; Precinct No 3

now Mrs. M W. KIlpatrick, will re.,''I Mal Sue Butler"' sdster-ln-law'- of (Day Shift) CARDS

Bret to hear that Mr. Kilpatridc Is ,the bride Mr.. and Mrs E. C. Lashley of Clerk, M. T. J, Bryan; Inspector IQFM. n
quite sick in the Lake City V.A. 'I The refreshment) table work was cloth.overlaid Lake City announce the approach- I Mr. Ray Morgan pick up ,

Hospital. Miss Jean Waldron is with a linen cut ng marriage of her daughter, Box !Mr? Hub Stormant Mr. Claud THANKS
,. with her sister having recently Mrs. Donald) Smith poured punch Patricia A. Bundy to Ralph L. dormant. ..k'I'I''f, qtr P.s
t come from Miami. from a cut (glass bowl and Mrs. Parks Jr. of Jasper.
up (Night Shift)
Tommy McOulley served the cake Miss Is of Jasper
,- Bundy a graduate -
matrons are close I Clerk Mrs Ann Deas; Inspectors I wish to take this means of expressing
SIRS. CHUCK BUTLER ;i These young High School and attended North Mrs. Irene Morgan, Mr.: Frank my thanks to all my
I friends of the bride. Florida Junior .. r
HONORED AT TWO PARTIES Mrs. Shivers College.Mr. ,Lindsey, and Mr. Wilmer (Bud) friends and relatives and the nurses .
\ Hickory Bottom Farm was the Granny Pearson Parks Is a graduate of Dell 'Stormant return Box. of Hamilton County Hospital t
scene of a kitchen shower for Mrs mother ,and a favorite of everyonewas School of Medical Technology in Precinct No 4 Also Doctor Smith and Dr. Mickler

Chuck. Butler the former Linda able to greet the guests the as Crystal they Asheville N. C. and Is presently Clerk.. Mrs. Bill Smith; Inspectors May God's richest\ blessing; be l4je
Hostesses for this visited the room where employed by the!' Hamilton County
Gay party were Mrs. EXI Wells Mr. James with each cf you
Mrs. Walter Havener and Miss and china had been placed. Memorial Hospital.
Pouraker rand Mr. Roy Crews Leon Musgrove
J Inez McCall. | Linda received many useful gifas The wedding will be an event of pick up and return box.

I Guests at this enjoyable affair from her friends.. Friday evening October 16th In Precinct No 5 Gene and all his family would { + ale+ 'Yi
the home of the bride elect.. '
f were the senior girls, a few close Pearman attenedda Clerk, Mrs. J. L. Reeves; Inspectors like to offer their thanks and appre
friends and from Jasper were ,: Miss Barbara meetlna In -- Mrs. Martha Nell Sandlin, Mrs elation to their many friends for
economics
Misses Judy Small and Marilyn State home I W. M. and Mr. W. W.
Marable the wonderful prayer's Telephone
She .Is the home Allen
Orlando last week. Mrs. J. W. DeVane Mrs.
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Bembry her senior sponsor, Mrs. High. taberson pick up and return Box calls. flowers) and cards that he
'making teacher at Jennings Johnson and Mr. A. B. Tyree. This
Russell Alderman. informative and Precinct No ,6 received le in the hospital. May
A basket of magazines was plac. j ii i people from Jennings at- I inspiring meeting was to all very who attended It. Clerk, Mr. T. B. Hurst; Inspectors The Lord Bless each and everyoneof <
i a;: ed In the center of the group They| Several P. T. A meeting .e. Mrs. Grad Zipperer Mrs. J. you.
district .
i "' tende'd, the
and
slssors scotch tape '
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were given workshop In L. Combass pick up arid return The James Wynn
better )known as a I REUNIONThe
cards of which they put' a
filing
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Box and Mr Leon Greene.
FamilyW.
Tuesday evening. i and Alice Miller ,
had marveloustime Lake City on, Tom family twill
receipe. The! girls a
Precinct No 7
they Among t V'ose going[ were Mr. and have their annual reunion Oct. I I
.i fixing recelpesvhlch -e. I Cleric Mr. Quinteen Deas; Inspectors
17.18 at Jetties Lodge Ferandina
8. O. 8. 31ET AT HOME OF
Howani Ilerndon
I Florida. Its better known as Millers i,: Mr. Mr. .. .
I II MRS. PONCE SANDIN SR. .. .
i PUBLIC NOTICE "Melting Pot Reunion" j:David Keeling ,pick up and retu'rnBox.

i The menu for Saturday night will and Mr. Franklin Gaston The regular meeting of the W S.

I (Notice is hereby given pursuant to Sec. 101.71 F.S., be Pots of blackeyed peas season- Precinct No 8A C. S. was held at the home of Mrs. i ;-" fLr (
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Cleric, Mr. Collls Bland; Inspec.
the Board of County eds: with sow belly (piney woods Ponce Sandlin Sr.
that by resolution adopted by voters; ) Suwannee County corn- tors, Mrs. J. T; .Zipperer Mrs. Doran The meeting opened with silent '

Commissioners on the 1st day of September, 1964 bread. Sunday Basket dinner. Howell ,and Mr. ,R. M. Deas prayer and It was closed by the

and approved' open session; that the polling placeof Going from here wil Ibe The J. V. pick up and return Box. president./

I Precinct two ((2) be changed from the Hamilton McCalUs' Mrs. Havener, Miss Precinct No 8B The study was, given:\\yt:l i + Mrs.
Mr. W W Pennington Inspectors
which the Myrtle Jennings and Miss Inez Cleric : Shelton Lewis. It was a""chapter
i County Courthouse, to the building in McCall. Mn.'.T. C. Cannady Mrs. from "Summoned To A'New Age" David King, son of Mrs. T. R. King Is attending the National

I Suwannee River: Regional Library is located. Alice Miller was the daughter of 'Carrie 'M' Vann, and Mr. //T E. which was ,most interesting., F r. A. Convention In Kansas City this week. While In Kansas City

1 R-.bert McCall. She was a sister of Clardy pick up" and return Box. The new purpose for the W S. C. David who was a former State officer will be awarded the American

Board of County Commissioners ;J. V. McCall. 1 Precinct No 9A S. and Guild. was read and discus-' Farmer Degree pin and also a check for $125.00 as a result of his outstanding *

i By: J. R. Miller, .Sr.e 'Clerk, Mr. John It. Williams; Inspectors led. \W. ,. accomplishment in leadership, citizenship and the Improve.

1 Clerk Circuit ; e D'STRICT'ainmixa: OF THE MrJf A x'Roya1l..Mr. i Call to .Prayer and Self;'Denial menf of agriculture. David is :one of only,eight students from Florida .
,? ,,,, Cojur.. '. GARDEN CLUB George Smith) sj ct.>lr. Cecil' Eat.. I was set for October 25th to SllMrs. to receive this,award. So you can see this Is quite an honor for David

"' ':tf The Annual faD meeting of District mon pick up Aftd return' box. C,. B Harrison \spiritual! ater- :as welt as"cur'school and community. 1 ,

, .t-- ..... 'I n for Garden Clubs was at the Precinct f No' 9BDay4 has this In charge- '. ../ I
4... '.- : I': -t.--: : Westwood Baptist Church: In! .Live I ( :Shift) I I Mrs. Shelton'' Lewbvwlll order Many tours through agriculture and Industrial firms as well as
I sightseeing tours will be provided and available to David and the
Lewis
.. Dale last week. Their Garden Club Clerk Mrs. Henry ; Inspectors supplies for Homecoming. which is
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.. was'hostess to the group. i Mrs. c.J O. McGhin, Mrs. October 25th. ',' Florida ,delegation. .

The theme of the meeting was Blanche Deas. and Mrs. Libby. Kry. Mrs. Tom Owen*. chairman of We are very proud of David on this outstanding accomplishment. .
JUNIOR (Night Shift) the memorial Committee made
Knowledge Together.
"Gathering Clerk, Mr1 Foster Shepherd, Inspector suggestions as to'What we could
Mrs.. Coles Bannerman district Mr, Clydee. ,Lashley Mr. buyin memory ofVour deceased
director was chairman of the James Taylor and Mr. P. W. Simmons members. We voted to'let the committee STUMP BROS.
The Invocation was given I
4111111( ''r meeting. tPrecinct> decide on what to buy,
Have you seen anything I by Mrs. Bill Stroup of Live Oak .
No 10
Mrs. Hannah Bland will be chair CASH & CARRY
of our fine line and a word of welcome'wu given Clerk Mr. J. R. Hogan: Inspec man of the dinner which we will
by Mrs. Lawrence Lee Live Oak Mallon
11 ton Mr. ( Tavell. Mrs. Avis serve for the District Guild meeting
of the highest values president of the Garden Club. Cason return Box, and Mrs. Ken-!in January. After oilier short itemsof

Q Mrs. Frank W Hewlett State neth Shaw pick up Box business the meeting adjournedfor BUILDING SUPPLIES

0 for the lowest prices? President, spoke on "Gardener's a social hour. The hostess was
Objective." The first vice presl- assisted In serving by Rev. Norman
Cde'91. '! ;" (sndl' seer. dent Mrs. Charles' 1L Blanchard. High I Booth. She served chicken salad. 3bo. South; Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

.w ) talked on "Success Through Know Jennings potato chips pickles hot home \kr* Telephone 242-5566

I you'llaat'eela i ledge" A very Inspiring speech was made tea rolls coffee and. cocoanut
:\ "How To Succeed'Vby Mrs. Maurice School News, cake. 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
Dillingham third vice president ** "
-1'' Mrs. Carroll O Griffin second vice t The seniors halve.seven boys on I % INTERIOR PLYWOOD .... $2.564x8

BUY NOW i President gave'a very Interesting the football team. They are, Jim '. Hamilton discussing on "Dissemination of in- Bates Jim fleas Avon Frier Vernon SHEETS Per Sheet

4 : r->rgall for AND, SAVE! formation"our state After officers these we discussionby adjournedto Creech Mathis and Junior Charles Griffin Runyon.We Thomas Ll ospiEaI4.JVews %" EXTERIOR PLYWOOD... $2.824x8

iJ 3i the Live Oak Garden Center are proud of them for winning
where we were served a most delicious their first game with Perry the SHEETS Per Sheet

v lunch by the Live Oak Cub. score being 13 0. We also, have %" C. D. Sheathing Plywood $3.234x8
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Y itt a Attending from the Jasper Club two.cheerleaders out of our class,

s1i "ere Mrs. Walter Havener Mrs. H. Francis Morgan and Elaine Smith. I SHEETS Per Sheet
R M. Curry Mrs Ponce Sandlin. Sr. The seniors have charge of the "
1i Mrs. Inez McCall Mrs. David concession at all the bangames and I % Prefinish Mahog. Plywood $4.80

Bryan and MrsBamberg Harrell would appreciate the support of ,.
everyone.We PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW' 4x8 Sheets' J' per M

fS electd two representativs for Mrs. Nettie Reid %" SHEETROCK.
\ S1 homecoming queen. They are ._............. $46.50
'iU88itl Mrs. Opal Law ..
: Annaree Heir and. Elaine Smith. t..
James1 Clardy ,
Mot Reporter Built In L.,
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a. b'l Elaine Smith Mrs. Nadine Crews :
s OVEN COOKTOP
h pRpER ..f Katie Cato (col.) <: and .:.:... .149.95
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y t DISCHARGED SINCE IJISTVWK|
Per M
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r.3 .9.2lvr White Stfrhur' sHigh v \
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: LanIer flyers l., \t.. 3" Rockwool
I' ", t! School NewsThere Kirby Hunter W' .. \'. Insulation ........ $47.00
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Albert Norwood
"BIRD" Roll
is to be a Southeastern Mrs. Mae Miller

I Student Council District meeting Leon Musgrove 15lb. Asp 'a t FELT ................ $1.95
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held at Englewod High School of Grover Padgett

: Jacksonville on Oct. 24. The following Nathaniel Only '(coO J BIRD123S' IK:;:: .}3 .
\ ''delegates were elected to re- Chris Hufabard (coL) Jltre9x9

present White Strings High! School. Amos Wilson (col.) SHINGLSSj ..._........... ;.....
4a Optional top light anc' clocH ensemble Paula Allison Sue HuThouse. Glenn 1/"
Oversize all-por'celaingven interior ors Lindsey Daisy 'Melton Rheba Mar inch each

; Two-piece smoke-free gas broiler Amr i V ) *>f tr*MP say *I* gan llnson.Jimmy Mrs.Smith Mildred and Sharon Young,Tara Stu CROSS Vinyl As es os TILE ........-._...... lOc
Lifetime guarantee of ill turfmen ftUBhER tr.* AT
will accompany .
all..t t\o I dent Council sponsor
t
wry *> Plai
very 12'x
12 incL each
targxuBl. the
x'19.0 down only $.24 month alltr RUBBER Student ItsThe Council also agreed
I STAMPS j r Ci.Ur bolt I* to purchase: s ;'.state flag for the CEILING pLE.................:..... 9',4c-

IoM Ts years sad ycara, school. J
4x8 and 4fc9 fo*
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beheld per
Another Teen Nigbt will ,
e'f ?** *.> sanlusj at pfew far I "
URE bellow w\.1 y.7 w.sM. Oct. 18 at the school gym from 7-00: % 'lYeatef SHEATHING .... $ 7.00
gHb zv.ct M p 7. to 10:30.: All stwlenU from grades .
SEaYICE ; Cea U awl w. m* seven throu&i twelve and teenagers THESE PRICES CASH
RUBBER STAMP asd : which were former students F
thot year*7 fca...We.!.* i of White Spnnjss are. continuing F.O.B. ,OUR WAREHOUSE
liT > a rj| **l* tli *>f not married .
their education and are
I MARLING DEVICES prhaN tee I may attend STUMP BROS.

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'':': : \ .:" ;1' ) '. .. 1. Minutes of U' J.R.E.Lee *New
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Instruction, 1 I 'The first monthly meeting of the Secretary of State rOOt Adair
.J" 10' |IJ. R E. Lee P. T;'A wmdcMon today announced the chartering of
: Jasper, Fla day night. OctrrtrlU, 1961 a'the the following corporation. .'
October 6. 1SG1 J. R. E. Lee 'High 'chool. Tt, P. SOUTHEAST
BUYING SLOWS HAMILTON
The Board of Public Instruction ,1T. A. met for the purpVse'of eletting COUNTY
CURTAIIJD ,
of Hamilton County, Florida met new officers. They In 1uJe: PIII'! ,. FLORIDA. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT -
,'" today In regular session. The following dent, Mrs. Crawford, I Vice PwsU: ASSOCIATION. INC.
PRODUCTION members were presents (I|d nt. Mrs. Brown, Secretary, rtts.Wright NP; 9000. oho Mr. J. T. Bridges Jr.,

Clyde! hunter Chairman, Johnny( Assistant Secretary, Vrs President Route 3, Jasper, Florida

; Butler, Frank Matthews and E. V, ;:Robinson| and, Treasures, firs' 30 Hamilton County. riled September
Stormant The fdltowinz board Pierce. 1964 by Holland Bevis. Smith
member was absent Allen D 't(I and Kibler P. O. Box 1063. Bartow,
Several membership rds were
c Florida.
Purpose to stimulate the
Tyree. The Superintendent and secretary -
Harry T.Jleld.. was pcesenU. purchased and may still par h t!I promotion of Industrial devjpp.rncnt .
\ 'NORM r BUYING' KEEPS IT' -", The meeting: opened with prayer seed by root-acting Alf eltht Mrs. In Hamilton County txib-!
Ruby! Jackson or Mr. r Bowan scribers J. T.
Mr. Reid. : Bridges, Jr.. Rt. 3,
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These cards can be purcha ed for "
Jasper, Florida
; James Franklin:
for the
The transportation report the price of $1.00 each. All 'parents
Deas. Jennings. Florida W. A.
'Irst month of school was given indetail :
are urged to purchase these cards Saunders Jr., White Fla.
: Springs ;
HUMMINb by Mr. Reid.
ALONG and also attend future P.' T. A. Billy A. Jones P. O Box 168. Jasper
4 Based on the recommendation of meetings.
.. Florida; Cacti A. Kennedy.
-, .'; : I the principal, a motion was made" The next meeting of the J. R. E. Box 428, Jasper FbrIda.I' '
.. .. by Mr. Butler, seconded by Mr. Lee P. T A Is set for the first
; : Matthews, and carried, that, Ed
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teacher in the Jennings High School Youth receives a marvelous heritage !

.' .' for the 1964.63 schol term. ; no generation has ever been E
,. ,'. ."')t.. Mr Reid reported that the given as many opportunities. !FITUAmES
"!. : \., school architect. Mr. Lackey, had Scientific research-inention.busl-
.. informed him that he had checked 'he achievements
'\ neBS organizationarf -
\i with the State Department of Education of the
past
,'. !,}/;, relative to the final approval r The magnificence of Egypt the u
of the plans for the new high school tombstone cf which were the pxa- I THOMAS JEFFERSON BRYANThomas
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they mids the glory that was Rome and Bryan. 75. rest
a10 k o approved within a few days. A the splendors of the Orient were dent of White Springs died] Tuesday
i motion was made by Mr. Matthews products of a hand tool age. night in the Hamilton County Mem.
-- seconded by Mr. Stormant, and and octal I L> pltal.i .
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carried, that when plans have received rot destruction put powers in the i Mr. Bryan was a fanner and

final approval, the legal ad- !I hands of mortal man never: possessed lived on his farm near White
rertisement be fibven that bids for t I by the dwellers en Mount Springs. He was a member of a
construction 'Hill be received on prominent pioneer family.
OlympusBut <
Tuesday, November IT, 1964, at 2 the prohleTi! of exploding I Survivors are his wife of White

o'clock pm. population, of crime: poverty and Springs; Two sons Joe and Leon
Audits of Internal Accounts of the disease. of men and: nations seekIng I both of White Springs, seven daugh
JasperItlgh, Jasper Elementary, 'I to impose their will bq others i I terse Mrs. George Storm an, Mrs.
Jennings High White. Springs HighJ of lack; of vision to use our know ,.Oleta Lindsey of Jasper; Mrs. Lila
R E. Lee High. Carver High and ledge aright, o( lack of purpose to Fish Mrs. Alma Sweat. Mrs. Mary
Jerry Jackson Schools, as made by the spring boards to greatness Sweat Miss Carrie Bryan all of
use
Mr. Joe. C, Mitchell, were presented mint give pause \\o tho.aMe1' of ; Jacksonville; Mrs. France's' 'Hem
These reports were carefully reviewed "" don of Miami; 2 sisters, Mrs. John
and comments and recomendations -",youth. botherto Stephens of Trenton; Airs Carrie
There are those who )fever I
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noted. think of the community problem Barber of Thcmasville; 1 brother

'" A resolution was presented 'Re-1 + who nay ,whnt could I dot But James of Bradenton; fourteen
: questing .Approval of the State let us be thankful there are those' grandchildren one greatgrandchildFuneral
Board of ,) Education to Use Capital vision greater'concern '' services were held Thurs
who have greater
Outlay and Debt Service Funds e. and:] who therefore develop I day afternoon at 3:00: o'clock In
quipping 'Already Existing Rooms',''greater effectiveness. i i the Advent ChrIstian Church of
for Science and General Shop In i Jasper Interment was In the River
the J, R. E Lee High School", A'' 'j I l side Cemetery in White Springs.
motion was made by Mr. Matthews There being no further business Harry T Reid }\uneral Home in

1r seconded by Mr. Stormant, and carried ,the meeting was adjourned, Jasper was in charge of arrangement
Hunter, Chairman
ap that this resolution be adoptedThe Clyde
minutes of the meeting of (Attest Harry T. Reid, Superintend- ,\

Sept. 1, 1964 were read. A motion '.ant. i WH-EY OUANTHAMf
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was made by Mr. Butler, seconded rf I Wiley frranthom, Chevrolet deal.
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1 they be adopted ',' r. :! I Il (early Wednesday morning.
The minutes ot the meeting of ml Funeral services will be held on
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"f September 22, 1964 were read. A / Friday afternoon. 3:30: pm. at
tin motion was made by Mr. Matthews the First Baptist Church of Live
\ I seconded by Mr. Butler .and carried I Oak. Interment will follow In the

that they be adopted 1 i Live Oak Cemetery.
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