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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I (Qc> PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 ,1964 VOLUME 94, NUMBER 36

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Holds Hamilton 4-H County Dairy l Record Earnings Sales For and Methodist t CelebrateGentennial I LIONS PANCAKE SUPPER TUBS, ,,

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J Jasper Lions Club's annual Amt; ,, P

,SKaw: Evans' Products.Co. J'I Pancake: Supper takes place next, Tue< ; .
r ....... ..yearnings jfiere-S at4ba..,.V..J.\\V foooUOl1\.t.mJI ,.f t oqRops. ':'
; :"In spite of the rain/Harrilltai Co Record sales and for the ; Sunday I eryone is 1 Invited to cone'out anj support this annual -

....H ,Sean Sponsored Dairy Show first nine months of 1964. were announced fund-raising' effort of the club Proceeds are L11A

was a (treat aueees Ten nice dairy here today by Evans Pro. This Sunday October 25. 196wW' tifkate at the Florida Annual. Con- used for buying,' ,eyeglasses for school' children

animaVwere' shown 'at Reynolds producer be the Centennial Homecoming for ference'Meeting at 'Lakeland In Foc sing. the who need them, ,but' can't afford them. See advertisement

Biff Top Warehouse Thursday, Oct. the, First Methodist Church. Records June.'This Certificate, awarded' ;on. an Inside| page for full details
1. 15 4:30: to dark First place winner materials and manufacturer of /.. 1
Indicate longer! "period of those churches: holding special hitcw1car March of DimesThe / I
was Jimmy'! Ranee Andrew showing'a transportation equipment. The'thlrcl '
; adversaries Fofesfc
Service
organized Methodism serving the and compll.ing Gets New Transport
Holstein heifer with a score quarter"of 1964 was the llth consecutive a: current church
Jasper area.However the records history National
of 85.8'tinly:6: of a polnt>bove'2nd one in which sales and were felt.too sketchy: to indicate The Jasper News will be printingthe of Dimes i. Foundation-March :' '. ,
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Blue winners earninca; increased from the .corresponding undergoing a second .... / '
place. ribbon
'were Jbngw'period of time History, for the Homecoming 1-- II! .
'Jimmy Ranee: -*Andrews Susan Quarter of the previous I and It is< important transformation. The 1st ,.,
lrt>ected that at' tutor
The festivities; will begin'I a t
'Shaw"tod Wade ,Howell each .re-t years '"," I day's date it IIL"be pri tPdnih; news came when. decided To shift its jP'1'ie I
with the eleven 'o'clock
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MorningWorship major from infantile
cetvin( JiLKnize money. Red ribbons Net earnings: rose. to ;$3,! 4OOC 1()()(J I paper. emphasis paralysis .
Service led the '
by pastor to birth, defects and arthritis
For the nine months ending' Sept.
t werMeq by>Don Selph and .
'' Rev Robert C. Holmes Tallahassee
'' This after the Salk
Wade MurBAgc whd;were awarded 30, 1364, up 25 percent, from the was polio S
previous record of $3,151,000 estab- District Superintendent, Far 7 BureauAnnool vaccine, the development of which
$10.50 and iWhlteMUbbon to 'Bob
will be the speaker at the 11 o'clock I
the foundation had financed, had
ished for the same period In 1963 (
i White ;worth$900 In' prizes. The morning service. Special Music: has Meetingt proved itself even more effective
Per share earnings, based 1,539
prize was : on been for this A1.
money awarded by Sears prepared Service. than had been antlclpatd The Job
170 shares
outstanding September
(' 'Roebtkk'and Co.:for these projects 30, 1964; I increased to $2.55 from baptism and presentation ,of baby,t Monday J of vanquishing) polio has been com 1 Fc 1 1I
i in our County. Jimmy, Susan and membership by the Woman's Society .
pleted and although the foundation
>. I $3.05 a year earlier: I'r
Don will
-: again compete In the Wat. Sales and reached: ; of Christian Service are also The Hamilton County Farm has continued to work in this field

'rict: 'Show, Friday;'Oct. 23, 9:30: a. an aU-timrelhghJdf other! revenues'$ ,' for .phvned for the Morning Service.'DJAner.ontheGround" Bureau win hold their-nnnual meet its efforts naturally have been I

m.00'Hers.in Live Oak.- Good luck to aD the first nine, months of 1964 up 27 will begin ,,4ns at'the,y(, F. W home Monday greatly reduced J

) percent from 'the previous record following the Morning Service, October 2$* :The meeting will .be It was severely criticized I Iin some'.

.. --- $106,777,000 for the .same'Jwiod\ a at 1:00)( p.m. The wonderful time of Bin: with afish, fry at 5:30: p.m.I circles' when it decided to undertake

Agricultural: year earlier. fellowship, among old and new mem I I: Immediately' following the supper he flrwnclre of research on arth. I 2p
hen
Pretax earnings were $7,124000 continues through this afternoon there will be an Interesting and informative rltU, an area in which other though
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Censye:& for the first nine months of 1964, I program of which 'Mr. ,smaller, agencies already were at .
:- '' 83 percent above the-$3,901,000 tot The afternoon program will be-,'Aubrey FtMerr General Manager. work. An effort was made at the I ( ... "
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,Taken the 1963 period. gin af '3:00 p.m. The program is
; :tfKiflt: r- Monford A. Orloff. president, planned to .afford the Speaker' (fThere' will also! 'be''an'' in one organization; but It \ '

In accordance With an act of Con said that "an indications point to guestsaA' opportunity- retumtn&'J I election; of"',one-ha'lf of the !Farm ailed Now, the foundation has announced the. picture above shows the new transport truck recently purchased
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Cress,'the Barrio the Census is record-breaking fourth quarter" the Homecoming Group,' bureau 41 cton. If Is transferring its arth. by the Florida'' Forest Service to transport the tractor and plow fire

required to tate:nationwide.ceh:; tmdpredicted ,4hat the' favorable I' Mffenwierth. and his mother Mrs' : 'The anrioat'meeting i lathe time ritls 1 ratty m'to a new,voluntary a-: suppression unit M the eastern part Hamilton,, County also lathepietle'is'AcMob'the

sus of a&rkuI1Ure'thll fait! +* trend would continue-well Into 1565! i iReviv. D. D Dlffenwierth 'are' planning for"considerallon of f 'any'resolution ency;; ['the Art ritit Foundation of operators of the equipment, on the left is Lander

This census will-Involve the 8eo to be bent during that time InItatlona ..,by the'tner4fbershfp'Thougti'cdanty{ !America': in which it is' hoped all Stalvey, mechanic'ranger, on the Tight is Fred H. Hlllhouse ranger; 1.

curing of a questionnaire, for every to other former ministers, resolution the voice'of the farmeris I research into the causes and treat ,or the assistant to Stalvey.

.,farm rand ranch. Ranee' Andrews'County a lAf heirwrves,'and their children have first heard onlhestate level and" !ment1"of arthritis will be consolU This Is,'a'19>model l F-JTOO Tandem International replacing the

: Agent said today. Fifst) been sent out along with; the in-''if"accepted by' delegates t 'at' the An, dated I II' 194'TafdeD1t'\; t tnatkdtaLe'af4< ," ;'.W i,Kelley. .?\ local.lupervlsor of thef're"
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Andrews said that the actual census Baptist Itatlons to 'the out-of-town friends'end' rain Stat.,' onvenUo ; it \- carriedto 'The. National Foundation hence-, CfcrW'uhft "''* _

will start in Novemb c. It will members. ;a'batlo a11eve1. f rjh will nceonfr&te'on.birth defects tve'w4t.-' very- pleased to get the new truck: since It will cut

be ''taken in HMualton Oxmty,4ginntng ; *-, Rev/ William T Ugon Pastor of The First Quarterly'. Conference'II Mr.,Bitty'Kill\:' 'president ot Jldmilton I' a fle'kl'that"'has been otherwise down our maintenance\ problem an allow us to give better over all per "s\
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the L of
Street Church
Baptist!
formance In lire said
23I"- will'immediately follow" the afternoon and our control work Kelley, \
November I largely neglected, onewhich'
Farm
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Valdosta, Georgia will be the County, Bureau ,said,.
Thecensus/ will be supervisedand l ker in Revival Services at the spea First program;. t I now morelt bal'any'othef t time! .In, bears an obviously close relationship JAftPEK H. 8. HOMECOMING HIGHUOHTS
The Centennial Committee Chairmelt 1
taken by local people. There the history ol', Agriculture, It farereesarylfor' ,to polio; since both aft.
:will ''be'' one enumerator for app;; Baptist Church of Jasper, Florida. Mrs: H. C. Marable 'and Mr.' farmers"to have a llctlons"are associated with children '

roximately' every 150 farms. One November, 2 thru 8V Foster H.; Shepherd Sr. report that t( l atlori, If' the: state ? "

... 'supervisor' or"crew leader; willdlre ReV, ligon has "served as Chap aQ arrangements'have been made. are force tq reapportlon strlctlarcorjintr ; The foundation, noW I,supports 49
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Assistant U S. Mrs Fred David headed the
Invi. '
Navy,
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f L"r b L:" :" ** every'13 enumerators.. ,,'A crew .I : .td population,as dictatec birth defects centers and clinics in
..':'"""< \7.... Wtu-.1. fr 1q" ee' tiYa.' t' ZlT.T tattoo. Committee and the' fJower'tt th, tl+sre1a.ISupreme"Court eg l. ft;states;but there l Si a need for nt
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17spti Jb ,. .n" Cawnlttee4 Mr Wu
AScfl-Ir rearcomprfaingito3l scorn; the'vclce of the farmer will 'least twice tMsKmany.:J\tore.rmporfantry
r' and before/hispresent: pastoratewaS llam Pennington headed the "DinnerintheGround" -,
,l t4gHie.deperrMg'.itpotn! the num- be diminished to a very small whist ,'there is a crying need. to in*
pastor "of 'vthei'Vhnt .
: Commit
BaptistChurch"of '
ber'ofa ,j' set-up the public nature of
Begin Betting your pen form on me
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Florida.'RevLfgon'Is'a I' Mrs Walter,Havener, headed
facts and figures ready, theSe'lre MadiSon tee. All farmers 'and'' farm relate Writ; defects,. what can''be don to
:ports are:very. importantTTb'ourcounty .: graduate of Carson the Dlnner-on-the Ground'kitchen j businessmen (which means all businesses :' prevent:some of them; and what]f
Newman Baptist',College, Jef committee, Mrsv William W, StaeS-
as 'legislation and other in \Hamilton ,County) and must,be done"to'tes. n the-appall*
'farm from ferson City Tenn., and Southern shaw headed the Historical;Com r their families are urged to attend. fog toll they -take each'yeerYThrough ;. 1
derjved ,
programele:
Baptist Theoligieal Seminary, mittee. Mrs Clyde Payne' beadedthe .., -
census reports, ) this meeting. 1 its;work,in focusing attention "
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'" Louisville, 1$'. Special Music"Committee'The '
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,. polio:the foundation has learned '
en
I A cordial invitation is extended parlor-completed! A revised "", .
I. '- reach the public In such matters j ,
now to
Musical Program!: I by the members of the First Baptist .. history of the church for'* the occasion ve.OP ptieerI and now to get It to respond to ... ;: : -
Church of to Thf Jasper First Methodist
Jasper everyone : ,.<>ii. for nrwltlve\ ", ad.lon. Further. '
At Stephen Foster to attend these services j Church wilt'feceive a Special Cert! oAk because w. of r--n-the 'success- of the Salk ''mT-

and Sabin polld vaccines, both of( r-

Memorial' which the foundation sponsored It Jasper High School. Homecoming' was a highly'" satisfactory affair.

r. Comment from 'the Capital } has an Immense, residue cf public this year It didn't rain for the parade, and Jasper beat Mayo for theHomecoming
A variety program of vocal and confidence to draw on in its cam. Football Game 19-7, and there was a dance afterward.

instrumental music by four well- EAGLE I OR, o 'p'C; .. aw aign ,against birth defects And !I Many more pictures were taken, but were not good enough for publics-

known artists will be presented Sun Vantfd.fl'r; finally, In the March ,of Dimes, it ,lion ABOVE:, The Chamber of Commerce float, a s It appeared at I
br I
day (Oct.Foster 25) at 2:30: pm. at the -'JfI/II has the machinery through which to ''the Football Field at halftime, when the floats were shown to the crowd
Stephen Memorial.
.:It will feature Patricia and Donna raise the necessary'funds
Maybe the time has come to cent bf the tUHhes fifths MFT" isfers'tw tint at srhiere:"nui. Because all,this represents an
FInch, 16-year old singing twins retire the eagle as our national payroll belonged to an ungodly 'sauce."'And the State Departmentwelcomed tempt to eliminate duplication InIhe
'from dearwater; Dr. Delbert ,Ster- emblem and replace it with an assortments t-hard-coie leftwingers the bearded field and to con-
"rett, Florida Union program director ostrich. active,.communist ,Bed to our country as a "dis- health agency ef-
and assistant! professor of After all, isn't it the ostrich party1'member' Chinese, "Bed} tinguished leader." eeentrate again the foundation's
that hides its head in the sand sympathisers.Castrate* -and'I As a matter of fact withoutthe orts in a single area there should
music! at the University of Fla., and when It's faced with a frightening even a ToUky:nvtlrticmary/\, continued help and eneour. be renewed public support for the
I Mrs Pauline Pittinger from Braden situation They discoveredoer' agement'of our State Depart. National Foundation when It lau :
ton. Who teaches music and collects And isnt' that the way more MFY. printing.faplnties!: were'used wentrHfs hlffhly doubtful that fund-raising camaln -
ltank Its annual
ousdadaahmstayliterature CastrO'coold'have establishedhis ches
and plays unusual musical Instruments and Americana (including
more
officials) that,Hgured'la the communist: satellite in Cuba. January,
top government Who sot The Senate Internal
bloody Negro riots says
real
reacting to the
are very
The Finch sisters
and Dr. Ster- Security Subcommittee
t threats that confront our na
rett were originally scheduled to tion by ignoring the facts does -in a 12-volume report, Branford Drops
Threat the
Communist to Iff.
appear (the Memorial on Sept, 13, and hoping it's all just a bad Through the Caribbean.Softpedalfng .
"bu.t.the program; was postponed because'of dream that will go away, if they the facts 'and Jennings Here
it isn't there
Hurricane Dora, pretend making reassuring myths out
The Finch sisters are well-known Take, for example the way of ugly realities is the major Last Thursday NiteA.
some people seem to feel about
Interest of our foreign affairapits
throughoit'South Florida a for app'earances Nikita Khrushchev. It's become "\ .
these Ronnie +
with school and civic ch&- \Ushlonable to think of him asA For exantjile-we're days. told j that : -yard run by fullback

ral groups, church choirs, and on I shrewd but amiable clown a moderate .,and conciliatory: Lee gave Branford a 7-6 victory

radio.and television. They are voice with a secret affection for UJ3.policy toward Russia will. over the Jennings Panthers In a l'

students of Mrs. J. Warren Hughes .America, raw and, naked Ameriun.s.The truth, of 'conciliatory In torn,lead to Russian a moderate-and football}' dame on the Jasper nlte.Foot ...The., 1tivt coming" Queen and! her court Mist"'JUS., centers,: is

955"Jeanle With the Light Brown policy ball field jest Thursday Mist Ann'Camp, at 'left Is First
coarse, is something quite dif toward. us.' < 'the second Runner-up Miss Judy Jones anti at
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HalrV ferent. Those who bow state Vltfn told that Out doctrine Lee' run came right. Mist Sharon Sapp Part of the huge crowd at the football game M
that Khrushchev is a ruth. of A pass for the extra point I. shown behind1 the '
In addition to several Foster flatly vsaeatat AMzlstoie is tile period. girls ''l'he.tand were full. s
... .songs ,,ftiey will sing ''Love Is .less and incredibly powerful only way to avoid an aUwatmtprtflT from Johnny Freazel ,to end Kim w., 1 1f
Communist dictator dedicated '
,
war good.
r .Where-YQU. Find It: ."I'm Gonna to the total destruction of oar Sine Mobflbatlon for Tooth W r.. told that the Miller'wa. !, 1J' n'
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.Wash. That Man Right Outa; My nation and its traditional way has been described as a local coonBOoist sispira. i4 falling Late in the third period Jennings The Senior class ,
: ,Hair" "Over The Rainbow"fay of life by any and all possible prototype of the Administra apart and all w* bars to do is posted a marker when Junior Griffin ,

Hero", "Sisters". "You're JustIn means. tion's new anti-poverty pro* Ifs basin and wait for its inrrit. plunged oer from the two. Griffin float won Erse'
:" and folk Not a very pretty picture, Is gram. a number of Congress- able. collapse. t Girt I
two two
Love the
songs I t
itt And there are those who WeVs told lot of togwssh plunged over
so men hara expressed! alarm at, a prize In its class. "
Mrs. Pittinger, well-known for prefer the "likeable old rascal" what might "ppenbatbd project The real troth Is that our new* with the pigskin. .r'It r'

many appearances at the Memorial- .version. And it; aught well bs that style casement" policy Jennings tried to run for,the conversion carried'Miss ,,, r, jJ
will play- ''OhU !SuB imaM a And what about:this business their alarm is justified If s no plays right into the hands of but if fell hort. I
medley of Irish folk songs on' an of communist: infiltrating cur high-ranking Commnnlsts and, as a i .If.S. and her +
mailer schools,our.unions and government Washingtonthat la.., despite result,we're taking a bad abel Branford crossed the midfield ,
of
Irish harp; a Pester to it : in the eold and the
and so onT Nothing exposures tolerate lacking war during the game court.
songs .on the Janko doubleJcey- say our friends with the rose- Bed iypathuizeers Into gor- hot wars in Viet Nam and the j i stripe only twice for the vie-
board piano and selected music on colored glasses .Just sensation- ernment jobs even in seas Congo as in Korea and Cuba. i I and one trip was good
the Roberts Harpsichord; seeking' witch hunts tire State Deyartmatposts, We are supposed to fight only tory r
accomplished Bat I' wonder how they're Still another horrible example : with bows and arrows if I --- -- xek
Dr. Sterrett an going to explain' away the recent of the head-ln-Uie-saad those are the only weapons our t .
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vocalist, instrumentalist and ear- exposure of Mobilization approach it the endless whitewashing timidlssadpasbaddngBdownawhen, i- ,
illonneur, will sing selections+ by for Youth R-' a government- of Castro a stab-. The band perfotv A.Wt
Foster and other American composers financed "social-service organi born refusal by those who the gear gU rough we only I
recital action to help underprivileged ought to know better to recogwniza invite fUrther aggression and _med at half time,
play a 15 minute on youth." After the organiza the obvious fact that Cuba eventually the enslavement of I, 4
the 97-bell Deagon.. carillon, and clone director had repeatedly is a ,communist stronghold aQ nations in the free world. and presented a .
perform informally at the piano pooh-poohed charges that Beds established to spread terror, When will we luna that we
and melodeon. were using it to incite racialviolence anti-U.& propaganda and rev can't compromise with the r musical portrayal
will be school' boycotts and olatkm throughout the entire' Beds The only language they
The program proper pre- rent strikes and dismissed the Western Hemisphere. respect is the language of military j I of Columbus'
sented in the Tower Auditorium, charges as "irresponsible" and The New York Ttmu lout and moral power and the .
with Dr.*Sterrett TUying'th* piano "shadowy.? the FBI decided likened: Castro to Abraham determination to use such i journey to the
and melodeon: In the Foster Museum :? to find out for themselves. They IJnooln. Senator Pnlbright, in if necessary, to protect I S.
discovered that nearly 10 the understatement of the powadtal new world.
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PAGE TWO ..:.;' THE JASPER NEtW3.; JASPER FLORIDA' ,"/;, f 'or j1' CtgbetZ3w1964::, ,' .

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: loo:late to ,Classify and lofrr4Saool" : ':' 11 \jJl; 1p.ll5Pl: ( ft

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from fl e:: : '. 14.' I'uweli : !:Published :Every Friday f .". .

I' ; : ; the schcol 1 1I which it ought to be buflt'and at the l.,, Second class Postage I"illdd'' Jasper""!.-'lurtdaSubscriptions' .

pa.Eor S'a period 'same' tune tea.rinlr'00wn and dee Strictly in Advanaj % '

r : I The re- troying the ego'of the other This, 3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside. County
: : I in turn will set the siblings at variance '
l 1 elementary with another. This Cards of Thank .. . $1.00 Minimum "
one can
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from that
1 : high school ,I also happen In the school and in the Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 J .

school report class room. Mr. and.Mr*. Robert Ehlert.;Editor, and .Publisher

weeks,while -
Southern hospitality was a sub. absent altogether ) : The question'might well arise as '"
senior high
Ject of hearsay before it,became'' matter where every nine too.how much pressure should be J"ff1.1ItOrf ...JJt.mori / Expresses Thanks:
the substance of experience' for me times be reminded '
I was reared in the North.'But during In fact U we will ; ; a student in exerted upon ,a given! child. Certainly Miss Minnie Jackson: ; a graduate

college days' h became a wel-;' est for,a moment school Is rot most of .them. need some Jl.pila.Wr of J, R. E..Lee and, daughter of. Mr

.. cr *jmaite jtt :tM.>I.'nct.Ij have,,.!bat need by the middle prodding from time to time. The and. Mrs.. Abraham. ,Jackson takes
we a I we sendout! ... ..,
:should be t "
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known nit r many times since then. from time to time' 'note\= .teach r ar.d' the: parcnf ; '.f' .
My family ,and I received a full } the office! well aware of capabilities. and t.' ."
'measure of it when we arrived in There Is a : the parent J potentials of a given :child. This .1
it reads, "practice This en-, t
Hamilton over child has a right to feel and exper-
County a year ago. ,
Increases I the parent tot] J
urgency
,} Ita muring has not diminished tort i, lence BOOM degree of success 11 s
If
that reside our recognizing the I and I I his performance eorrpare. favor- 0 a "II
us now we here, but that
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it the scribbling pf tp make int.
first warm welcome will always inspire lohljwith ability-no, matterihcw
Is ) the.'end of .the.
it
an inspired
a happy memory i low this ability may be 'We PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW
Hospitality isn't and Cod 'I', : a failing I j: now have quite a bit pt statistical
always every I The six i I| Lanier Ilyer' .
where what it should be. It may beFlorida ; elementary !I;,information on".,1 particalty? every Tay Cardy. *"',
.' child in school' We ark.at all times (f\1J
: Mrs. Ociliar >Betnbry
'.Oranges To putting .. Lena bas which' ,,went out 0111 I:and study the records of therr child Mrs. Nancy" fleas t>>
Be Labeled move. 'oranges: weeks of |''to ''hat they 'themselves may be Ulysses Cherry, Jr. (CoL)
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and senior -it
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housewife should I better able to understand what to Marie Hawkins (Col i
I I November:
Housewives looking for Florida now finding that '0. on expect too little cut of their children Alfred Bowes (Col)

oranges on the markets this: season fruit bins." *' I,[ go' out on j as well as too much. It (s no Edmond Brown (Coh.t "

should have little difficulty In honor at ail for a bright student to
PATIENTS DISCHARGED
'\V. B Gum, ;
locating .fresh fruit which carries are under expect more and better performance
the Florida Citrus Conunlssfon's Lake'I Wales Citrus ; at school out of a highly capable child Mrs. Julia Mae LooperMr '. "

popular "0:,J.:' symbol, III elation, declared I card*BO: out. than we do cut of one who Is not *.. Nadine ,Crews "
atton would use ( this may be 'ouite( so capable The pressure that Mrs. L ula Law <
Two more fresh citrus: Ihlppen'have to take advantage I may be bed. Is exerted upon a child: for better Miss S haron Burnham
notified, :mmiaaicn General thing program o, too much' rerformanc should be based uPon James Clardy" .
Hooks this opportunity to her sincere
Manager Homer E.' that the express
will Commission He some may his own performance and upon hill I]I Mrs. Marie Forte appreciation to''the Admlnis.
symbol .ppesr'on polyethe-
bol would :
appear RuaseQ Rhoden
child and not in comparisonwith
ability
Every own
and. of Hamilton
trator personnel
lens bags'motalning orange, as
'
bags and on what other child or some Mrs. Opal Law
com snme I
well as oaths corugated boxes InWIch' County: Memorial Hospital for their'
; < to his other i mr-o of children may be doing Douglas Ward
interest in her volunteer work. .
; \ that, ,bagged fruit,,will be Gum! pointed out Mrs Ward
Beverly
Quite often This should be a large factor
\ -
Nursing
I ,Miss,Jackson leaves for
ahfwed.
I heard Juice Mrs. Nettle Reid
orange nt. set up In the mind of the teacher when
"We know that housewives have ved as "0. J," James Shaw, Jr. (0)1)), School October 25. at Gillespie Sel-! Yi
high and to che begins to pass Judgement on ;
J den Institute Condole, Ga., where
1 to New York. I! : Kale Cato (Cot) c
been looking for Florida orangesas J I to meet and the performance of the child and "
BIRTHS ...... i she will spend fourteen months for'
oral Is
a result of the extensive Commission 4 public being rt' pressure to the grade he should: have. She
Joe E. I significance d"O. ,. f Theory She plans to complete her
"said
advertising, .
I standards Khcukl know both ability and the
career,as an R. N. at Gradys Nursing -
Keefe, executive vice president of I II. going to assist the 1 Such a situa- :I performance of the child and grade Mr. and Mrs. lional Robert ( School Atlanta, Ca.
I. Dundee Citrus Growers I Association 1 promotional efforts Looper Son: Daniel ChristoperLooper. ,
the 1 I e frustration accordingly She should not set up Friends and relatives wish her
"That.is the reason we. are I symbol on our ,I Iled In I parents and i an arbltary standard and demand Bom October 19. 1964 much success.CLASSIFIED I

I I One of the that n_. everyone sink or_. Bwim. rise_n_ I
I to straw or fan In comparison to the manner
I I UNII V in Hi- (. ()M M II : ) one and degree to which he met the ADS ;

hut errs ffOH f ; I or to other standard Every child should be en '
D. GOOD OPPORTUNITY for to USED ELFrmiC
nor the couraced to fight against hki own Lady RANGES FOR
-- -- I produced two poor.performance when Judged in :go in business for'slf.i Small !Divestment Sale:, Good caidltion. $&0 and
required for '$$12,00000 $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper
possibility of the light of his own true aWlt)".
i stock., If interested contact Mrs. phone 792-4421 tfc
exceedingly This Is a realistic road to individualrrogree

; even in the 1\ and success. and win save John Dedge. '.tfc JisIT: FRIER MUSIC COMPANY

: ,. Injustice: is..the child from the frustration oflIn.11fng In Live Oak Florida for all
led t TriangleUNDER < that home by rat races that he is not IGNITION PARTS for all com- needs from" yourmusical and
t organs
: a: :
lawn chain
,, ,, another mem-I!"tidY' nr caoable of running. Undue -; pickers mowers saws piano. 'r4'ordA'and record play-
t t \ rJ ,' a situation pressue U harmful to the child Tractors Trucks and Foreign and -
,
: '. ,' '" f i "1> ; en. / tfeRKPaHlSf
* ( 'vibt .'( /if : 4"'f1.-, up the'egoi;, regardless from ,whence: the pressure American grade can. -Ralph Jack e.---_ ?
} ; ( t'
.t' : }'lhe point! lo :may c-me: son's Garage. ,o30o > c' : :q"c, .i
t!} "' ',1f.A.s a'la' ra'lt.W We repair all types ,T, V. and
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.. ( .
. it! /Yo) 1f ----'- -- UVE-8AVE-aAVJI': radio. Also Small appliances. Man
,' : '\1 ;' .: '1. :'" ..
y' ; 30( .gal glass lined water beaten nings Radie Service, .Jasper, '792-
JinA f NEW A .gJAt&rg.x'i! 11.,95,10; cu-ft. Refrigerator $119- 4421 tic.

{ 95 ".t.; '361 Ib.,Upright,Freeezers
.DAILY SPECIALS $19995; 473 Ib.. Upright'Freezers F FOR SALE
; .: + $239.95:, MT-lh.. Upright Freezers Davenport, chair, reclnetand
"FRIED CHICKEN: t06i0 ;... 1299.95: 13-ft. 'Automatic Defrost tr.coffee, table 3500. 'Two hollywod;
'
: ENCY Fir beds
:' '' Refrigerator, with'It.lb.. Freezer complete, night stand 2500.:
,w \ INTEueA ;. .$21993: w.t.: 5-year warranty at Can be seen Friday 9-6 Suwannee
$1.25'' ; Mannings Radio Service, call\ 792- Nazarene Campground Parsonage.BARBECUEI .
-
'M21 Jasper, tfc '
_. : ) pit; at Alapmha'

With French Fries, .Salad, Roll, HOUSE FOR RENT,or ROOMS by. Motel Restaurant. Now servingbarbecued
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dny, week or' mOnth.- Alapnha chicken and smoked
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OPEN j a.m.,to Midnight I Motel: tfc mullet. Route 41 north' of Jasper.
It's delicious I tfc
J 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. On Sunday I -..... --
--- ATHLETES! _FOOT GERM
We cater't'o,Private Dining. for Private I : : $ -F FARMERS I HOW ,TO KILL IT ,
I Or THESE DJiA ft* In 3 days if not pleased with str
,:extra charge I ., HOSPITALS MONEY' for your farm"opera- T-4-L liquid,. . .. long ; yoqr "
: Ion
?. at reasonable cost. Terms
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L .i/i
: ir ., I any drug storelVatch Infected skin
.1. : BC U9CP. 7 ty),fit your needs. Loans up to slough off. Watch healthy'skln.. replace -
---------- years. Cai1North,
; : + K>0 A HOfiPttU.CRT UP IN A ''''chon Credit Assn.FIorlda.Pro-I I I Use it. No more Itch &: burning t tI

F f \r' FUBiro 0CHO0U : U'v. Oak Tel 362- Powder antiseptic soothing T-4-L Foot
VMBIVERILtaTATI0N6 I[ too r-: --.-fine for sweaty
DON'T FORQET S.- I. fee foot order; stays active in the
'' / t LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS skin for hours. NOW -at WISE'S
: \ \ VA9Afmtit cde For Sale. On the river high and 'DRUG STORE. 4> tfe
'; E)013T1t44) HO Pfd1L drY; good location only $1,000. See -_ --J:' _
Mena F oeie two t.r&aw saawe Robert *' Georgia Plate Glau Co.'lor .
: Ehlert. owners; ate.YOUR .
t PANCAfI .
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4 OPPORTUNITYThe r> lmllre '

t TIPPETTE. Moorman Mfg Co.. well, T il> I-:louires, Showers

t I ..J known 75 year :old company now 115 W Savannah Ave CJQ-52S3
.. # :. operating in most of the United VALDOSTA
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\, SERVICE States, is expanding Its(operationin WA TEriT : Rawlelgh
this area. If you are under 50. Dealer '
In Hamilton Co. or.Jasper. .
.\ I .; ; HICALFERTILIZER like outdoor work: and have' ,,sotnti'Write Rawleigh Dept FA J 150 3,
...\' ,;.i 'J capital! I wouU.Lke to tell you a.,i Memphis,4'enny, A D11P
aD "' bout this new teeS business oppor _, 4
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; :
: showing of film narrated
tunjty as a
1 : \ FOR SALE Kitchen Cabinets
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I : ;'Fast Experienced Service" by:Lowell Thomas' picturing our Handmade. See Walter Hammond
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( ; home office, factory..research department or call 792-5285 Itc

t TIPPETTE, 971-5495.. Le'e. Florida and opportunities. For
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appointment I phone:' : WY7-1476, POSITIVELY -- No hunting Tw*,
f" FToyn DaltonMonticello; Fla., or Hickory Bottom ,Farm..: This mean
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,J Mrs. Maud Havener Nov6orouvet.
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Friday, Ocotobcr 23. 1964 ,-- THE; JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA T( PAGE THREE ,

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Mr. and )!)-S. Jack IIofamspent a .i 2e if interested., Warrep. The membership is about: It is anticipated that many millions '
:. s few day, in Jax this week; < 44f 50. 'It is comj4etery organized alI I of people will observe the J. Rs E. LEE HIGH

with the Mike Atfcktt: .., ', A leading* Specialist! answer this time with a loyal membership I Week and make It the outstandingand
: Sherrt the oldest daughter otC r question od*"What to do"" bout t This, week Rev. Mr Ronald farjeachtog success it deserves Scorpions

; and Jackie is a Senior at t: beadaehea'V"- I Scboolcraft of.Jacksonville is bold, to be. But that is no enough.

F "fi ( Jackson\.High and is in I And as a simple remedy he gives I, !toe a meeting and Sunday wlf'be Every week should be a Bible

the "finalist lot 4he-"Miss Ai>; coffee fresh air, mUd exercises. homecoming day when friends and Week, every day a Bible day Undefeated ,, -
f. .lbIRSvqIe drew Jackson High" \ ,' members' and former memberswill The greater our material abundance -i ? >

SIlent Is working for a scholarship ; '1'.aFbyette'' ,Wood came by last gather fbr fellowship..' At the the more faithfully we The Scorpions undefeated thlltf

-/ ,1 po to Bob Jones College. She is; week.. He had, been to Carolina forI noon hour dinner wil.be served un, should build and sustain our spirit school term-will, go "to'Madlron.; .

t' a active member of SpringfieldBaptist I ft school regannng hi sworic with I der the trees. sal values. Friday night. Wf are urging every
., ST_ Church: I the Fla. 'Telephone 0,. He with I elsea 'e body to support them for :your

I Dixie his wife' and two little & Mrs. Clyde Lashley is recovering Mrs Clarance Howe of Live Oakspent help Is needed in order to assure

"Rather than love, than money,,I district meets--roadying for the 'Carey and Myma Hurst and Re-. Dodd and Susie have been living In from'MU"'er'lln) Pinevlew Hospital part of the weekend here and ''J. R. E. Lee High of having a successful I tt

than, fame, give me truth" years work. It Is Natures Harvesti gina were overnight guests of the ,{Winter Garden and he Is now transferred In Valdosta, Ga. She is expected so did Mr. and Mrs. William- G team.
Harry David :Thoreau i !time but Spring planning to those Levi's' Lee's Saturday but went on (a promotion) to Dade City home this week. Vickers of St. Petersburg! who visited "::i

.es. win work and dream to Live Oak to see Myrna's father Y/t.0's. . Mrs. Graham Black and Joe r '

Mrs. OIlie Boone and Mrs. Dolores who is gravely, 01. t Pete and Shirley Wood ant little Max Wyly whose daughter and Vickers.

Wftlker( "went to Jacksonville Sat. At the districta3 meeting of i ten Kenny were home for the weekend another girl were slain' In New . :I

to attend the wedding of Billy Pan, Women's Clubs in Tallahassee last Pola Candy tookVjet flight from Pete is with the U. S. 'Marines York give warning; % an out of The cemetery Is sprucing up fort

.:' to Miss Caroline Barnes. The mar-, week F: F.' W C. President Mrs. Jacksonville to Norfolk Va.. to seethe in the supply repartment. Last town girl moving to a big city. season. Many old timers will,becoming IITUA ti

"'., rlage was solemlnlzed in the home i, Mack Emmel was,there. First Vice I new baby Michael Allen son of month he 'was named "Soldier of "Don't, think: of yourself as safe." home 'and making a pilgrimage ,
.Of'the bride (President spoke on "What's new In !ICapt. and Mrs. Billy McCabe. I the Month", Think of yourself as being in danger to Evergreen

:; The parents of the groom are Club work. Second Vice President I I ,'I. 'all the time. He has written a Graves are being edged up aTl

David and Evelyn Parr of Atlanta President' peach was "Let's havean Mr. and Mrs Wes Robinson left Jim and Raymond Camp Louise book '"Career ,Girl, watch jour over the cemetery.Ve deeply apprciate -

once of Jasper and who have. host exoloston": The Junior Directori last week for Ft. Walton Beach to and Henry Vickers went the past step." the work of Mr. Taylor and '
TIIOM1S JEFFERSON
of friend,here. They stopped i I .Inspired her listners with\ "Dareto visit their sort: Lt. Van Robinson I weekend td' Panacea "for to eat Read page 14 U. S. News and of Reddin Dall who oversees not IUIYANFuneral

I. Jasper for a short visit Sunday as be Square." l>before he left'for a mission of severtl ,fish", we are told. World report. Oct 26 Issue. only Evergreen but the streets in services for Thomas Jet

they returned to,Atlanta: 1It ,weeks at a base. In Illinois. I "a' Sees Tasper. ferson Bryan, 75 were held Thursday ,

Mr. Boone.and Mrs. Walker. at.It, The Philadelphia Baptist Church)I I Mrs.'Joe Kendrlck of Homer, La. Friend here of U. S. Senator and RUSSELL,'AT.THK: TOP afternoon Oct. 15 ,in the Jasper
the Suwanhee '} ;The W S.,C S. formed a new circle ( house guest'bt Mrs J T.I| Bridges hd Advent Christian Church
Holland
tended morning: service of the of County has been destroyed Mrs. Spessard L. v got Senator Richard B. Russell Georgia

Cedar.Hills Baptist Church '
Bn.'Purvis'La.wson.: over Live Oak Radio Station this the district( Mrs..Clyde Demp eon Tuesday October 20 at the homeof I Thursday night regretted to hear most effective U S. Senator of Hamilton County died Tuts- ', ''

C .:; .1 I Wednesday noon< The, ,announcer..eey. L'IveLOais president came overfrom' Mrs. Joe'>Sapp. Joining" Mrs. I that their oldest son, Spesaard IJnd and RepreentaUve Wilbur D.'day: night, Oct 13, In the Hamilton!


':", ,. "The"" parade wits. ., the,..-best ,ever" ;* The Assoclatfonal meeting was made Charlie Watson Carlton Carter and Mrs. Leon San-, in a car wreck and was In an Orlan] the most effective U. S. Reprcsen-1 her of a prominent,pioneer family. \
was '
:{ aome 1aid.," w \t held at this church only last chairman Co chairman dUn, Jr. do hospital. Glad to know tho' that tative, according to a poll conducted Survivors include his widow of \
v+ The Cub Seoutsifollowed the Police -, week ; Mrs;, Robert Fine, Secretary, Mrs.'J t aSs ,I. he Is doing well from a leg and among members of Congressand I I White Springs Two sons: Joe and \

'(. :: car\.City?Manager Flsk.belied .' Jim bunaway. The circle: 'had not'been Friends in?Jasper will be inter. arm injury, He is an attorney In the Washington press corps byPagt'AnI I Leon Bryan both of White Springs I II

,.,. ; ,. '' his blonde hair fa he, kept pace' The Baptist Associational met named but It will be a morn-1 I Tested In the recent marriage cf Sara Titusville. Ills mother who graduated Magazine I Seven daughters!: ; Mrs. George Stor ii;
S. with the boys. V ,' Ing_circle. r Curry to Wayne Williams both of in In I mant of Mrs. Ula
r % two days last week. from F. S. U., Tallahassee an effort to gain answers to Jasper Fish, ;
,4ii+ As.J did graying Harvey -Oehlert- as, First day at Mt Pisby Church Coffee and cakes were served Curry to Wayne' Williams both of 1919 'and who returns there for vital electlcn-year questions a I Mrs. Alma Sweat, Mrs Mary Mary "
the
,
tad{;nanhed neck and neck with the Going from the First Baptist were during morning.The Meter, Ga..$ara' is the niece of Mr. homecomings was the guests of ChiOmega special survey In the current Pageant Bryan' and Miss Carrie Bryan all .... "

/J' ',. ,gaily. .nned.banJ.' Rev. Canova, Mrs Gertrude Lewis garden club met last Friday May Cury and the sister of Dr. Sorlty sisters. Later the asked Congress to Judge itself lof Jacksonville. Mrs. Frances Hern i '

," '1.:. ,NI'can't name.them ,all but ,the! Carrie. Vann. Lois Curry, Jeptha Oct. 16 at the h.me of Mrs Avie Hiram Curry Senator Joined her there when they and appraise national Issues. don of Miami Mrs. Oleta Llndsey! ,\
r,! '" bulldogs and hornets were very iSandlin. Harrell. Mrs. Lois Curry CohostessMrs. Parties are' sUfi being given for were assured their son was not seriously '. I:"Jasper.'Two sisters; Mrs. John

,:.' spectacular. I liked the float of the I Charles Watson gave the this young couple and Mrs Lois b hurt Mary Holland has PARTY CA.'l CELLED I Stephens Trenton and Mrs. Car-
r seniors preparing breakfast. Of The secoM day the meeting was inspiration. Curry went;..Thursday for one of many friends and some relatives In The Golden Age ClUb has cancelled rid 'Bra
: .' course the prettiest was the Mias'J. at a New Hope Baptist. Five of the Mrs. Ponce Saiknin gave! the a. these parties.. this section of Florida. Its haUOIo'eerparty, ,originally II children and one great grand child. .:;"
'. / II. S. float with the beautiful sweet ,(State workers were there to speak mUBlna! reading "A President's 5555Rev . scheduled for Tuesday due to the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willams, ,
faced queen.'and her ladles. Its always about the work. Rev; V. C. Me* 1 1I Woes" .Mrs. Sandlin was elected Ctody Wilson and Mrs tWilson Little Freddie Mahafey was in death of Harry Frisbee a member Frank Matthews and Mrs. Edna
j I Donald of Philadedphia: Church Parllamantarian. Mrs. WiHene (Estelle Paterson both 'former residents of the club. Hogan accompanied at the piano '
that way tho. Anyway I love a ; Dru ineview hospital last week for a
.S-: I I M-oupht the Missionary sermon.Dinner ,ry came In as a new member of ,Jasper are expected to couple of days. Above a sacred courtesy not of en by Mrs. Nell Rhoden sang two
r e ...* e I was sewed in the open i; Mr. Robert Fisk City Manager arrive Saturday from Atlanta for S e e e done anymore. We go on with all lOngS "When they ring'the olden,

\ Bonnie Jones end Garnet both days:, 'spoke to the club on the business the Centenial of the Methodist p F C Martin Wood is on his orts of parties with. sorrow maybe Bells" and Where well Never
e.e.Aunt Church Sunday Oct 25 when Rev. Grow Old.
,e man came home'from HIck-I I prospects connected with the findings way to Viet Nam. lie flew to Madrid next door.
for Homecoming In Jasper Meg says cars should be' of: Phosphate In the county i Wilson will :be the speaker' there to Athens Greece, from .' .. Pallbearers wed: Bobby Fish
.'-nt neat *' rH| rlcvi. If a small The opportunities and the I They win be house guests of Miss We like news of our friend.*-rerardless Willie Undsey, Edwin Llndsey,
with
; :: them Connie King sorority respon there to Iran and on to Viet Nam.
.1. sister who was Garnet's house guest !litter bai'won't do It, get a big one. sibilities.' I, Mario nWorley Cody Wilson Is a PFC Wood is Aviator Mechanic. of what others may like.I Glenn Undsey, Wade Goolsby and
'Friday 'evening Mrs. Woodrow I r Mr and Mrs Jack Holloman ,. retired minister who Is well known 5.5. News that sulta one person may not Wayne Goolsby
I went over Nlcevflle recently todaughter' The and has done outstanding serviceon Interest others. To set news of Rev
\ Wise an Informal I "Home of Peace" is a placeor niBIJC WEEK Sam Warren pastor of the
gave
party -xATIONAL
supper
for them.,Besides Bonnie;part see Joyce Wells andYtM'Ir"'l home !in Oakland, California toaid I the N. Georgia Conference "We[ live In aU-too- 8lual world a friends Is 'one big reason that so Jasper Advent Christian Church v
Delicciarnme
"') granddaughter Christian' Members ,and friends! are anticipating many take the home paper--es*>ec- officiated. Interment In Riverside
". :, net.rand Connie, were*Judy Jones workers of any( deg world in which almost everything. was
nom*,wiui them. FrttJw Oct a. good day Sunday. ally those who once lived Cemetery in White
nomination Springs.
: as they come and to to be away
,, and the other majorettes, Carol Mo go Including religion, seems
16 Joyce Wells and .
baby Wayne world 55. here, Harry T Reid Funeral Home of
Lauchlin, Marsha Brasvrell appointments. They publisha largely taken for granaed. Far too .. ,
Mars and Mrs. Patrtccla Carats came to ..
little Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clockat .04!' .. +" F Jasper was in charge.
""
magazine of
garet Ann Sappi; Ann Carnft Joti "Triumphs few of us give a little time and each
spend c'ultured
the day with the Jack bibman's In lad1ea- !
Faith", I the Courthouse a plaque memory fine o
see a now and then
Tuten. Sue's Karen TSU.I l copy to reading the Bible-to seek
day *
guest was
and to take Delicia home. Jaipert 1
famfllar
thru a Methodist friend. of the late( Miss Thelma Lewis once: were very to HERBERT U.'MeGiUNHerbert
The supper menu was built around They left in time to have supper . for many years County Clerk will and to find In It help toward meetIng friends recently honored in Talla1Two I

;platters of barbequed chicken: ser 1!with Mrfl and Mrs. Bradford Wells i At the recent> wedding of a beunvefled. ,Many friends will want the problems arid confusions! ct hasaee was Mrs. Melrose Avery I it McGhln 88, resident '
ved buffet. Dropping, in far a share Sr. I young: our age of Jasper died Wednesday morningin
whose husband ot ,the
Chinese lady Sara, daughter of Dr +10 attend., was pastor ,
of the,fun and eats were, Bo and 1 Bradford Wells 'Jr stationed. and Mn; Andrew Lao to "55 That Is why' National Bible Week, Jasper Ptesbytcriart; ,Church: w hen the Suwannee County Hospital

Clarence Bembry, Connie King,of I!Eglin Air Base- on a months mission Chan at the' Chinese Presbyterian StACY ,Seven of ,,Jasper Woman'i Cubmembersvgpt5Wednesdaylast obeserved October 19-25! now take.,I stricken suddenly with a fatar heart after an extended illness.
Ft. Lauderdale a.senior at F. S. 11,1 of T. D., Yi-in; Missouri.Mr. .. In on greater" meaning than ever, before attack and Mrs., Avery returned to Survivors include 3 son; Guy Me

.. and Alpha XI Delta Is. Borrhie'So.. 0.'C' ,. ,'. '.'t1t7'" Church of the San FrancLsco- a part .weekto thenpitrlctHmeetingKinTallahassee. : .' It Is sponsored: by the Laymen's her old injja.llahassee. The Chin of 'Jasper, ,Odls McGhdn of
th :
'" ceremony bridegroom '
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trority National QanmitteeThethat
mother; [ and Mrs. Jesse Wood and tonarrtl I
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were attend iW
There 99 other Jln C4.
,4 sang '"Walk: Hand in Hand 'With '
401' R is an AH'Fiiths <<'I'anIafJon.Thf. .s' ":
," daughter\'of.Plant the
word .
claimed the are \ ', Mr.J
'f ancient t chosen is
the theme 0
It is art of I recently greeting friends They v there to speftk of theWC. year atr'emendasfy Methodist MKMhwiary, Society ud ,
"
Walk hand In hand wih( _rte, were ( timef onet THE, ; and Mrs. MNit) Qramboro :
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puppetry was flourishing' "'!In, Egypt, ,were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. Tir ana!/all eternity.. "wrtk.'Goina ti's n Jasper'were WUne BIBLE 'GOD'S WORD-MAN'S the, Wontiurtfaub ,,Work."'Both.o// N. If, S ,
5000 years before! Christ and ?and Mrs. Tolar. '' Lois : SS
Mr. '
Dnir \peridenti, t Curry these "Girls" were honored recently -
Have filth
believe in me, 1OP&--IN UNTTY. How inuch Funeral) services held Thurs
'I1J coning about sees were
thing '
puppets 9'gI) Iff! ,gh! Live Oak and Mrs. : on F. S. U. campus at a ,It.. ,
Give me yourhand'Love I that to us aUf ; day at 4:00 .m. lathe Chapel of d
is that Mice you" B.f! to )know Buck Holloman 1 ,Is employed Betty'Jean Mitchell, Avie Harrell. can mean given at the ,Kappa Delta Sorolty p
Is symphony of harmony J T. Reid Funeral Itom : In
them it'1'1O hard not ,to >re1f\; them* the Duval Construction Cb-Jn Jacksonville perfect Mamie Bryan lne." McGhln, Fran. louse w sorority members as nos-Ite/mrnt harry j
in
was OetneItery
from"" real people," this fall, He plans to'return When lover's such as walk.hand cis. Dunaway ,. 1 teases.. Mrs. Avery and Mm. Hard:] in Jasper. Evergreen -
ON TIlE GO! to F. S. U for the Spring terms we .Mrs. Drury: was named on the wick now panheUeric members
in hand Harry 'T, Reid Funeral Home of
This. Is assoclational time and 5555 nominating committee: with Mrs
ledged Kappa Delta Soroity over
Be not afraid for I with '
am you Jasper waln charge
all the while Zifla.'LeeiKh..,.UveQaA:., :and Mrs !iO years ago. Soon becoming active

'''So 11/t your head up high and look J"B'Davis, Madison' Sbe was also in their loved group Both are also .. -
anti
made chairman o fthe Com. to approve r S. U graduates
toward the sky I day-We won't be her for the next
the> Talla-
Balance books. '(| the minutes of Be sure to attend the Centennial one and its historic In'
your .. Walk hand in hand with me, hassee meeting. Mrs W R. mil SECRETS a event any
The First Methodist Sun- starch
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God is our destinyNo of Branford Is the district director. ( _.- '
I S greater love can be The 1965 meeting will be In Jasper I r SUIT 'AUIU -

] ,Walk hand in hand with me." the meeting was Inspirational. '11I,1111..
. ..' I R. O. T C. now has a better deal l. a ee, "rri lit A IHllr .t

more attractive to college students. I I ADNT CHRISTIAN Monday NIt' II$,CIS-TV .)

J' President Johnson signed. a 'R. i, The &, Advent
0,, T C;:till Oct.14: ? Christian Church\ wasthe of asI I've Yet a secret tat Just
between y.q and ..-! here to
Here %re the major provisions In I I early 'as 19PO. Rev. Mr Skipper COOL That's Jut part .f the
part. 1. A new program S'scholar-1! I I I was the advising< minister. answer. Cook what Forelfa
,. ship aid to students in 4 year ROTC The church was organized In 1904 dishes, of course. What else can

I programs ',nm by Army and Air I I and the budHuvJ erected,Mr. Jim so bo msnr made"oohs"so easily and and"ahs1 ytt*when get :ftr( \ ',

4 Force Payments coer tuition, lab Tuten gave the land..Charter members served t For some reston.f Bests
: \' (joratay fees and books plus an all. were y! I Messrs. Jim Tuten. seen to think that dishes that

I. e e owance of $50.00 per' month. (.The I Will Clardy.. John 'lUangford, Lola are unusual are'difficult to
.,). with the O I I Navy riterates a similar plan) Bell, R. C fhuckles'wul Welldon mske. Not so. Just use a little
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imagination a
( ), 2. Payments to ROTC students in I, and MaJIor)";JIomeo: one of the prepared food that\ PROGRAM" .
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, '. ; i summer training will Increase from In 1901'th building was turned you can find .la any super nar<'
,t;';,:1 FINE, POINT ll llS $7800 to Jill.15. over'to the church and it becamean ket-and ,ou'" oa your wajrt has poured mfllions, Into Florida's ee nomy.HO.LLAND.

13. A two year program ts 'authorized active organization.That e e s
to attract thc8eo.who miss the 57 {years ago. There For a chicken main dish that
wa.t
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:: S first 2 years. (have been good years and not so .
Wg dip pieces of chick.
, ,: !1'f.,. .f 5. ROT C graduates will re>celve good Twelve years. ago It began: en Philippines In slightly,. beaten egg;then
t.
'.. ,'$300 allowance for uniforms I t'n&i}& and Is now active nil In flaked coconut, then in j
1 ,Read U, S. and World report; Oct. I with 'a' 'fall time pastor Rev.. Mr. seasoned: flour. Brown in short-

'',-,: ." I,, AUDITOR'SBall *> n t .. --r.l.... r..r.rr''r MIIC Cover: > and. Inch cook deep about In 80 akUl.t.minute Is a ,membiriff?this important committee.'

"" *. The coconut gives an attractive W
Point Pen 1400 appearance,'and addsto Not only..has tho space program benefited the r
the flaw area around' Cape Kennedy, but it will continueto
, long 7" perfectly balanced'writ.. e e pour millions more into Florida's economy.
:: ,, For BroccollltlUtn.e can be pre, A"J
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for
instrument
., ; designed pared quickly.. While frozen Democrats
\0 auditors chopped broccoli or broccoli It is important to'all' Floridians and
accountants, book. llfUUXTMX spears cook according to pack Republicans alike that we preserve the senioritythat

keepers and others who need a age directions, combine 2 fable:, gives Hollanda'shat on the Aeronautical
All .
COUWJFstsi spoons olive oil or melted but. Space Science' omnJttee whose prime
fine ball for responsibility !
point extreme lemon Juice
pen .r.f r.. le ttr 1 tablespoon
Gak and 1 small clove of garlic, Is to,serve all matters In the space field.
legibility; minced. Pour o.tt dt8f ed.' I Every resident4of Florida shares! In the benefits
SUCK o anstcn cooked broccoli Don't be surprised that have:resulted.
ONLY THC AUTHENTIC rneMMauietin YourPrinting .
NATIONALLY
If a dash of, Parmesan I .
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ADVERTISED tINOY HH CAMUS THI attractive n
KNOT UNCONDitiONAL' N uvnanSUHSI DIsh cheese: makes an far- Florida needs'Holland's :continued 'Influence on ,

'OUAIANTEE. DO NOT ACClfT SUS- O BUMUCIUOON t1 ,, S this committee ... ills valuable asset to every
STITUTES-IOOK fOI "UNOY" ON ,, ; Tho wonderful touch of a citizen of Florida ,and, the, nation.
French chef can be added to atoned
THEftNl in the form tM PulUlul] jUvaUMmcat PaW Tot >r
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A hamburger yells Into cubes;
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J', r.,.. lilt MSO.. Needs Drain on absorbent paper an.! FLORIDA'S PROGRESS .
immediately toss with inrlj' :
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;to S e e

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I j. Ics Homer, JlmreU;Bristol, .VTOHeDaniel. I l -
I .. .' BnghtPoriiJ'i Jerry Jackson' I ,''Manatte Bafcer; Jsmeiiiwklsr ) ; HOUSE FOR'' '.StTh ; '
Public AnnouncemenisNOTICE ? '" Charlton
: I' School)'Anil ,Marine. AlptaraoRoyWns .
Baptist News : Ralph Rayam, Lewis,, '
\Jones, Lewis Slier Edward Wa1Ur;;' 'I in Iottb1eak'. Jasper $
OFPUCATION: tr'a.ard.4. Community: News
Contract will be '
on a
,FOR TAX DEED lump aunt b..... No bid may be I The W. M .S: ladles of the church OW Gibson;, Jinwnle Hawkins 3 Beclfoomf "on La'rge Lot With

'. Notice Is berefty''given that Mrs rinjr withdrawn after fora time has period brn of thirty'called five I crt I I met last week for their reflular Jerry*- Jackson "Boy< t,
the date of lildi beaccompanied meeting with ten present at the Dennis Your Jimmy Lewis, DenI -
f' Orrie Moore Kendrick the holderof opening. muel been reorganized for the school: '. ONLY Meoo .. J"
by a bid bond In aa '
Pastortuxn. Avery interesting pro lie! Curnmlnc Lamar Bristol And
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the following ,certificates has amount aot J... than I 1% of the year with the yearly program: out-
filed said certificates for a tax deedto bate bid. Both a perforniknce anda I gram was presented. Refreshments lined below|, rew Pure Grant GibU.: David Scott --CAWS ,;
bond will be inan
be luued the'teorcertific.: payment amount equal to UOII.required of thecontract' were served at the end of the meet September: Registration Boy;Robert Lester Footer Bristol, Archie W. L BRYAN Phone 792-435!

ate numbers and years ot Issuance. The Owner price/;rectrvee the right to I ing. The'pastor was present Scout round up, go to church move- Stalling J, B. Anderson, James ROBERT EHLERT Phone 792.6331 f I ,
the description of the property and reject any'or all bids and to waive 1 Members of I the church attended ment, home and community Impprrovement Sir .ncea, Funk Curry. Frank Dan : &
the names in which it was assessed teihnlcalulea"HAMILTON and Informalities COUNTY HOARD. I the Annual Assoclatlonal .Meeting and election of officers. I, lei, Lonnie! Hawkins Richard Welcome I Registered Real Estate Brokers :t .: "

are as follows: OIC PUBLIC INSTRUCTION! and there were twelve present at October: Over: night hike parade Tommie Ricks, VTllllain Jeff r.1./.

Certificate No. 28. .",f JlYt lyd.Harry Hunter T Reid Chairman. the Branford Baptist Church Tuesday -Court of Honor, halloween party I(Leonard Gibson, Frank Mitchell I .. JJ( ,

Year of Issuance, 1961. County School SuperintendentOct. night for the Associational Mobilizatton toucb football Merit Badge: : go Larry Brooklyn, Ftrddie Laster,1- t f' ;

Description Property: Lot 10 It. II, 10. Nor..I.'N" 'I' right meeting in training to church movement and home and and Walter Gibson. FOR 'SALE' f '

..1 f of Block 81, Reneau's. See 7, Twp union. community improvements. ...ter,.. ; ; .. i
23, Range 16: East containing' 'i i CUT November ''. '
: Thanksgiving\ program ... i' .t! "
School meeting :
THEM ( COURT. The District: Sunday
Acres. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT October 20th. 7:30 with The hike, parades,'court of honor i iun1fonn 12960 : df .Wdodlarid'
Name In which assessed: Mrs. R. IN AND FOR HAMILTON, met drive, 'Merit Badges 'tAcrfcs : ,
the
Church '
COUNTY>FLORIDA.IN Bright Pond Baptist
W Stewart
CHANCERY: school and community improvement "
l .. "f All of said property being in the OWKN8-ILL1NOI3; OLA8 COMP Pastor Rev. P. K, Mabe brought continues. I I I" .

:da.County of Hamilton, State of Flori I ANY, aa Ohio.corporation.Plaintiff.. the :menage,School on work.the Organi2ationalS'alday / .December: Christmas program, only' $75 per. afire .' : {. "-

Vf. ,Christmas baskets for needy pan* t .It .
Unless such certificate shall be, SOUTH KASTKRJJ PETROLEUM The meta brotherhood met with' a& Court of arts andcrafts I '
Honor
I redeemed according: to law the, et COMPAN.Y al*> a Georgia; Corporation t the Obrlan Church.Monday night merit badges, school and I Icommunity I Located in Polk County \. r :

property described In'.uch certlfl. DefendfcBta. for AssoclationaJ Brotherhood Meet Improvements contin Did you know that the oldest : '
ORDER TO Al'PBAR AND 'I RecentCruised) At Over $30* ccie' "
per'
cate will be sold to the hI&he.tbidder Lng. ues. *> national .flag Is IsDenmark's It : ; +
at the court house door' NOTICE'TO DEFENDIN -- was. adopted in 1218 that the
on TILE NAilK OK VIM H TATE OF* -- --- ,... January: New, Year'* &-ogram, .- InfortJ\ hon" 'call : "..11'I'Ifor e. "
the /first Monday in the. month of FLORIDATO ; U Japer. HaijJltfn County i hlke,( basketball, court of honor, picture! on a $100,000 bill (no 'Jrt'Jllc q .;' ," ,a
November, ,,at 11:00 a.m.,. 1964 THE DBFKNDANTSr SOUTHBA8TUR.V published foureons.cutivetvilrekb peeking in your wallet) is that of
I'UTKOLEUM: COMHAN1Ca Florida, once every ,w lO" arts salad crafts parade*; school ROBERT ; Jasper 7926331 1
which !is the second day of November Ueorgla jN nR>ratio," Valdoeta.Ueorglaf .' ORoRntcp+ .t :Ju. and community iniproverhta'conFebruary Woodrow Wilson }htin thedays EHLERT .,, or i
tips ,luoknown helm, deTl DONE 'AND it Roman :
1964.Dated of the Caesars was a
of Ot'to tlnuef.- \fr. 792-4351
..... legateeand graaleee of Fred per, Florida. this ntb- day L. BIWAN, Jasper, _
this 25th day of September O. SCOTTdeceaaed. : the unknown ar, "". Boy Scout week Boy] custom td serve a. guest aa ;
h.I.. d..,.... 3. n. Miller. of wine ai t there .
1964. legateee bad .r"nt. Scout many goblets Registered Real Estate ,' .
parades and Brokers !
Banquet arts
see of MERLH RCOTT. drceaned;, the Clerk 01 trealt Court : .
J. R. Miller Clerk of I II' Count. Florida 1 were letters in his name? .
unknown helm, d.rl.egs, legatee* and Hamilton crafts,, court of honor hike, merit ) J
Circuit Court Hamilton granteeH ot JAMES DRYDEN SCOTT (Seal. 01 the Clerk of Circuit Court) that in the long ago women often :
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doceatrdr! FILED TURNER SCOTT.whore 'OcbO. .$0. No... b 11 badges, school and community tm-I ,r .,: ***; ., ; .1t'
Florida. : *- slept with strips of bacon on .. .
County, hut know ..ddr... li Tulmi. I provements .:continue. i :
Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23.INVITATION. Oklahoma. If IlTlng. and If dead, his NOTICE OF BID March Arts end craft, hike, their cheeks as a complexion ,
unknown heir, devisees, lepjuteea aid It didn't work but ::} 'i ',.;
? probably HARRISON HOMES :
and grantees and A. P. MKR1UTT P. Notes I it. hereby given that the court of honor IOftball. .rlt badges 5 Inca ; :
FOR BIDS O. Box UOO, Kilgore..Tegae. I Board of County CommUlonr win go to church movement, school it was nourishing.\ t 01,,;,):
FOR NEW men SCHOOL A complaint haa been filed I In the receive sealed bid antll 10:" a'clock and Even if you flashed a 100 G 1 #;"t .,
.4 for the following community. improvements. con-
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above styled cause agalnnt you. You. am on November 4. Presents. I
Scaled prnpoeaU from general. '
"+. will t>. r.c 4vc COUNTY BOARD OF PUB with the Clerk of the Clriult Court deneral I I '. '
S B. A. E. rated capacity JASPER 2 3 \;,-;, -! .
yd. regularly turned out at 4 Bedroom ;
ff 1,10 INSTRUCTION In the' SUPER in and for Hamilton County, Florida purpose bucket to *"'"* honor ar s'and crafts Softball, or ; ... .,
INTRNDENT.H OFFICE, COURTHOUSE and to serve a copy thereof on I'lxl- material averaging 3DOO 'merit badges, go to church movement LAUNDRY &: CLEANERS, Jas- ; ':t ..
JASPER FLORIDA until lirr. attorney. BKANNON.' BROWN.NOKIIIH per cubic yard Filtered. In fact if you're working toward 1 1 qtr 2 B th ',' '.JI ,;:, 'f .
2:00: p.m. Tuesday. November 1?. 1(14 AND 'VO<-ELf.R. HTATBEXCHANOB lie system, Three red Jb"1 oon lUel. I per. or .
for the construction of A NEW CONSOLIDATED BANK HUILDINO.t hlfi traaimlMloB. Four : May Troop picnic ani and craft acquiring one of those lit. ; ,
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JUNIOR.SENIOR HAMILTON HIGH' SCHOOL COUNTY, LAKE t' CITY FLORIDA, on or be.'ore drive. PUnetery. type axle. hike Folk honor tipS Items no better !way to ; (V
Festival ,
the lOlh day of November, UI4. wheel air or vacuum over hydraulic court ALL BRICK (
JASPRR. HAMILTON COUNTY, and If you fall to do *o a Decree Pro brake. Mechanical.. park. merit: badges, closing banquet I' boost your chances than to save HOMES- ? ?
FLORIDA. A( the time and pinesnoted Confeiio will be entered agalnt you brake ihaft. Power
Inc o prop work here at JASPER LAUNDRY -
above, the proposals will b.. for the relief demanded la the Com teerlnr. Four 17.6,$0 ,IS pit swimming in Llye Oak: pool.I Silver on
publicly opened and read No ex ilalnt. tire*. Powered by diesel engine Springs, Fla. The Boy Scouts from &: .a.EANtNG..1' ?
tenalon.of the biddingperiod will b. This milt. li brought by OWENS a* recommended. by the 'manuadorer. Tins WEEK'S IIOCSEII6LDIIINTi 1 'Y'':", '
made. ,ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY, a cor. ( Dry Type Air Cleaner. Jerry Jackson, Carver High School .
t Bidding document may be obtnlnd poratloa organlaed and existing under Machine to have not lea than and J, ICE. Lee High plan to campfdgether Cubing ,foam ,nabbf! Is L No Money Down on Yotif Lot. t
from the ofMce of ZED V. LACK the law of the State of Ohio foi 1100 lb.. lifting or (000 lb.. operating made'ea Wlt the'acl lor. are :
EY.' ARCHITECT 101 NORTH the purpoae of partitioning the oil capacity a* shown on In.Jennings, on pet 30th. ( Will' \ .
'TOOMBS VALDOaTA GEOHOIA. I gas and mineral rlghta In. under and manufacturer pec. and all tan. The >following? are members of Tipped often in warm water; theedges accept house or trailer on trade.. t" :s\\'.r;":
for document.. Invether the following described land In above to be I'
Application upon dard equipment. The will cut more smoothly.
With a d.ponlt of $50 per .et.chould 'lamllton County Florida, to,wit: shown by manufacturer ..p.clftcatlon Jerry Jackson Troop; William 70 MODELS I
.be filed promptly with the A..chl.teet' I TOWNSHIP t NORTH *. Johnson..,Lewis Pierce, Robert Baker --- TO CHOOSE FROM 'is"-
Blddlnf matertnl will b. forwarded UANGK 15 EAST TKADKINKach ; .' ;
Ihlnnlnf eharr.1 collect, al Section 11: WH of HWUHectlATI rudder to date price net Ulse Graham Willie F. Smith For Information l Contact t' .
soon ai poialbl .. ZS. 84 of 8%J NE 14 of each with consideration for trod Samuel McLain, L. C, Strawder, GET TOUR FARM LOANS ? : :' \.. .
Th. full amount of depoalt for ofie SRi\ In of T D 0 Tractor Leon Le- '
let of document. will be refunded to fttction tit I NESti Hide to be filed. .hi the Office of the Townsend, Joseph Baker ..... .., ALEXIS MILLER, Jasper or write :
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each general contractor who .ubmttaa Section Si i NMi of NWVi Clerk rat Circuit Court on or beforeten roy Herlng...Johnny (isle. Jesse L. S ,.
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bona fide bid upon return of frame Said land containing I 6JI nrrrit, o'clock. November 4. 1114 lay Ben Ware Joseph: Char- I.H .' II' '
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: In good condition within thirty tlO) snore or lees: The Board of County Commlaalon. clay ;\
day after the date of opening bid.. and for the purpose of dividing the ere renerve the right; to rtjwpt! a type .'= iTiso t'Home wFn'. :
All other depoilta will b. refund proceeds of the sale trrrcof. In th, all bid. T i. t *f -- .
I. ed with deduetlona approximating event a sale I I" mad pursuant to BOA ttb COUNTY COMM1H8IONBRH { .
t coat of reproduction ot ;document order of Court. HAMILTON CONTACT :
upon return of name In good condition .,\ This Order and Notice mists, be COUNTY, FLORIDA B6x20iA (Perry Florida :
f within thirty ,(lO) dt.y. after publl.hed In the JASPER NEWS a BTL J, I t. Mlller-Clerk .
date' of opening bid*. : newspaper of central circulation, October S3 and tr Henry. D.YICEERS ,
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AND ACCtSSOttlfS Res. 792-4831 Ford Tractors" Corn Harvesters I .


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i Your ,Miny.day latilnndudes I ....

.a complete finished with when your I i'I'j st* MM erioeta .. '" ;;
*. el.ctrIc.fauiKfry has a dryer. And i S f :TOTAL DRIYESJ IN ACCIDENTS 20,000,000 .os et. tan r e.seowt tusN nwt. M''

i what tlme-sayerl No frantic dashes mil-AfiC TOTAl .. 2IOO.OCO (11.5%) Florida's Democratic' Congressional '-

1,' out to the clothesline, and back. '. t

and out again.Towels.and washcloths com out ., \ -- B n"jil TrTTl Delegation Unanimously Endorses "

thirsty and deep-napped. Your nIce things dry J.N

soft wifb that dean smell only electric drying ca n' ",' President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe

I give them. appreciate your dryer on nice S Motor vehlcto sccldeots an the leading cane ot death among

days,too. Ifa faster!II persons under 25. Young drivers hire the highest accident and! members of Democratic. Congressional l Delegation s

," death rate ./ say other driver ace fr..,. These arpalUBf from Florida are proud of the outstand ""
statistics are the cucera of 4-B boys and girls carolled .la the
of
ing performance

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'1> l The Firestone Tire Rubber attempts'to develop'acceptable you as a stable, efficient administrator} and as "

I. This lovely rTouch and Go" tnJbrella will be Company sponsor the program driving attitudes and to teach a proven friend with an understanding of the

a S Ii:,\ \.- ;:L ? '. r given to ell RorWe Power customers who buy providing awards, educational fundamental of ear maintenance. programs' which vitally affect Florida's
\ literature and other aids. 'Also .
an electric dryer or wam.r. 5- 5-"t before November 30. An $11.50 value to keepS '4 lending H Service support are the National Firestone offers awards for :
Committee,- the Florida Mm President
you SINGING IN THE RAIN on washday. Automotive Safety Foundation county: state and national win Johnson 'I: '
; and the ners. A traveling trophy goes to k,
\ National Safety Council ;
President Johnson
\ Local club leaders working the county baring the most out. Needs Your Vote .

7N >5tkif with the standing automotive project ia .
young people'urgathem
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\ to complete projects and the state. Vote Democratic November 3rd

ii PUllttM.i laOWlROORteQRATION re-enroll to obtain the benefits This year's state winner will .'
TL 1 .. of the three-unit course. The attend the National 4-H Club Tne sfdfces are foo high tor you to tloy homrPU .1A

? first two units are designed for I Congress, and will be ''
; .trig.OiMIJ ""' ..I... eligible Nattal.l.wda.e.ar p.id 1by the rlalds tysdes Js }-
the pro-driver. The program for a S500 college scholarship C..r.iee Ou.d, th..e 5.14.hy. Jr,elwrn..,
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,Jennings: ,News Jennings ..HighSchool the The fun.Seniors are having ear wash I BURNHAM NEWSBrLOIZ \With Yo4&Home 1964 Corn Priced WUrIt.$PJUNGS SCHOOL,NEWS

I Saturday at Mr. Harold Deal Sta. The White Springs Beta dub heldtheir

Mrs. Baddy O'Steeif'' Honored. I NewsOh tion. Get your "Car Bath" tarty. SUPPEREKla Demonstration'm. .. Support Stays first meeting last week: with
A Miscellaneous Shower was tI'I> ,4 r *'" ',to/te/: fet and *. ** b- 1K ., Mr. Worth *s the new sponsor. The
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glen recently' for Mrs. Bobby 0 how we hate to get upl! HALLOWEEN; FKOCES8jAI/{ 6 about more theworld, ansT: one- g n l At $1.39The officers this year are :President.
teen, the former Mist Sandra Kin- One of the most ? t J t"", Pound Vice President
This weather is really good sleep exciting events o .. J'In self an 'jjwa'j> ;>t n / Tommy ;
sey mt the Methodist Parsonage In ing. But we havo to be on the baD dw Carnival Is the j!TIalJo&w;: Pfopmenfathttt try hillside tharfn Faflgnt :.-po llitNglt- D 5 final aupport rate for 1964- Joyce, Stormant: Secretary and
Jennings.. The hostesses for this and! keep going. **1 caslapel.,> acb p aae "tt !6nd the JvMe tfte peed Cert, HorpematersA ; \ crop com in Hamilton County,will I I i Treasurer' Paula Allison White-
occasion were Mrs. Johnny Butler, Woe ism*I Oh bow I hate to'to fct ll.\Who win r be Of sound.. earth a*( P ;\ new '..,.JJftIlakera'/a cotntnemo. remain at $1.39 per bushel, Wallace 1,I Springs will be host to the District

Mrs. Charles Rogers, Mrs. Joe home-report cards This is the prince and princess) These are Yost native stamp, on sale October 26, Dean, Chairman, Agricultural Stabs:: Beata dub meeting! this fall.

Howell, Mrs. Jim fliers, Mra. Roy first six weeks and we hope that chosen from grade one through six ;Charley. made posible by Extension )Iome. lization and Conservation County]I IT Six weeks of school brings Joy tosome .

Pafford Mrs Roy Cameron, Mrs.J everyone made! good' grade I The king and queen candidates areLytryy Mrs. J. -S. .Burnham. I. spent last makers. Cbmmitee baa announced.This is and disappointment to others.
chosen from seven thru tewlve .' pr, M. O. Watkins, director of the the the minimum i
.V McCall and Mrs Clayton Brad- IUIJowr CMmlwO week In Ga.: with her same as rate set 1 j t' Report cards were distributed Mon
shiw. Is excited over this big event. It grades. Don't hold your breath too!I Iaw Waycross daughter Mr. and Florida Agricultural Extension Ser. earlier to help growers plan their day
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will be Thursday, October 29. Be bile because this is one exciting! and She went to vice, said that the stamp, which operations. ,
Mrs LamarProctor,
The honoree wore a twopiecefall sure to rome. The P.T.A. will 1 moment. Representatives from salutes the role of American womenin Plans' are being made throughout
dress with which she wore a each class follows I get a good'peek at her new grand- Legislation authorizing the feed
sponsor eats in the lunch room. If are as t making a house a home, will the whole school for the annual
corsage a'gift from the hostesses. Card I First Grade Sylvia Dees, Prin son. She was' accompanied home have a first day ceremony in liana grain program for the 1964 crop Halloween Carnival which will beheld
Mrs. O'Steen received many useful Report cess; Michael McGraw, Prince. \Friday night by her three sons lulu, Hawaii In conjunction with provided that support for com could October 31 at the school. There,
r gifts from her friends. The grade.you like Their Rood teacher candy: ; go is Mrs.to the S.first M. i! Second Grade. -Angle Tyree, I Bill. Frank, and Farrell Burnham the annual meeting of the National be set at a level not less than 65 will be food to eat and booths of all
Tfctft: from the hostesses was a steam I(Princess; Richard Williams, Prince 'of Waycrosa and Washington ,Ga. .
of and from
Deas. 'Toil may: wish for a surprise . I II Extension Horrwmakers Council percent parity. Since the national kinds. A prince princess
Iron. The party rooms were decor-, Thirds Grade- Joan Princess
and if you do, Mrs. Clayton Morgan I The stamp also Is a tribute,to the average,support price of $1.25 per the elementary grades will be cho
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ated with fall flowers. The refreshment and her second grade will have : Stevie Roy Prince. The cousins of Mr Winston Williams 50th anniversary of the passage! of bushel set'last November reflects sen. Events will begin at 5 p.m. and

table was overlaid witha "Grab Bags": lor everyone For I Fourth grad.Vallace Deal, ; met a<,Jhls home last Tues- the Smith-Lever Act legislation: that 80 percent of the October corn par everyone is Invited to attend.
handmade table cloth. Aroundthe the finest fishing) iP to the third Prince; Debrah Saul, Princess, day and had dinner with him. Each opened the way to improve home- ) price of $1.56 per bushel above Reporters., Paula Allison
punch bowl were camellias I grade who will have the Fish Pond. + FIlth Grade Becky Williams, taking a covered dish. Those en- life throughout America by providing lit legal minimum, level no and Sue I1Uhowe.. '
from Mrs Hulda Gay's garden. I Princess,Douglas: Wynn Prince with Mr. Wit
II,Mrs. Ben Bates is their teacher. .I Joying,, this occasion. home economics experts: to change Is being made in the 1964-
I Mrs McCall and her fourth I I Sixth ,Grade j- Debbie Hams; were: Mrs. Aaron Hogan of
She t is Sandra's grandmother and : Addle Princess, Ricky Wynn,'Prince.. advise women! on better' ways to I crop corn support IBS previously
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grade will haw Apple Bobbing; ,j White Springs? Mr.
these flowers were very special feed and clothe their families. ,DrK announced. I t
and Draw QUEEN KINO Mrs. Joe-Deas, Mrs. Minnie -
J for this occasion. Funny Books a Turkey [ Shiver; 'Watkins said. Nearly 700,0001wo.marl .
ing After you have gotten the tur :r Seventh Grade Lyna Prine, Waters; Mrs. Joe Sullivan Mrs 'I belong to the National Extension 1 The chairman reminded farmers CARDS
1 Friends and relatives ,from Jennings key go over td Mrs/J. W. DeVane I princess; Wyndal Lee, Prince. J JElgth Ralph Cunnlnghim; Mrs Bert Zip Homemakers' Council. that participants In,;the ,1964 feed
I Jasper, Live Oak, Hahira, and the fifth'grade for a trial at the. l Grade-Gall Deas, Prinj j perer and daughter Lois Zipperer. They grain program in Hamilton Countyare IQFBi
serwas' local ender(
Valdosta to 'n ui : \4.14",'. | assistingsome
Lake Park and came Fruit pafce.ti I I tests; FrirideirGneen 'Prince. eligible} fofsyefige price-sup-1 1 I
: this lovely party. [ \hJeistlnd that Mrs. Billy grade,) -'''Betty, Troller, .'" I .> I 4,000' United States' Depart-;, port loans' oft $124 *er bushel on THANKS

f Mrs. O'Steen is living in Atlanta I Blair and) the sixth grade will also IPrInceu; Robert Smith' Prince.. I CHRISTIAN WOMEN I II '.'men!, of Agriculture. home demonstrations their farm's production of corn, I'i

where she and her husband are I help in $a store., Tenth grade-Linda Butler Princess FELLOWSHIPMEETS I agents.The plus a 15 cents-per+bushel price.1 I t

working. '. I Mr. DeLoach and the seventh I I ; Ronnie Morgan Prince. I I : colored 5-cent stamp recapt support payment on the normal production We wish to take this means 'of
. Eleventh Grade Linda Murphy The Christian Women's Fellowship of their In .
grade will-put you in "Jail if you I urea a bit of homespun Americana, harvested acres. expressing our heartfelt gratitude
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuten went do not Jspend your money at the Princess, Jimmy of Burnham Christian Church for it simulates the needlework of taking part in the filed grain program and thanks for the' many prayers,

to Leesburg Sunday to greet their: carnival.* Prince. Kramer'j|met with Mrs. Joe Sullivan Friday) the sampler!, on which women of a. participants.diverted at least thoughts, beautiful floral tributes,
new granddaughter, Miss Diana I'. The eight) grade and Mr. Billy I t|'f Twelfth Grade October 16 at 3:00: pm. Mrs. Wal- nother era crossstitched mottoes +0 percent of their feed grain base sympathy cards and kind deeds and
Kay Vaugh. Her' mother is the Blair have a "fortune teller." So some, Princess; Junior Griffin, lace j Selph presiding Interesting and,designs in bright colors. acerage to conserving uses. the nice food.. which were rendered

former Miss Dian:Tuten. Ii 'go I I Ii I find Out your future. I I Prince. j f program', on' "Six Milton Am in our behalf during ,the past be.
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';, Mr. Herring and the ninth gradewill This event is sponsored by the |cans" was led by Mrs Ralph rl-I I'' Shown ''on the horizontal stampis Mr .Deas pointed out that, during reavement of our) beloved husband,
Charles Runyon"tfent.to''Jacksori>'J 1' 'be clad to have you attend the 1 Junior Class. So all of you prepare j I ,ninghamt At the conclusion of t a'farm scene'irt which husband," the 4 years the feed grain programhas father arid grandfather. Special'i

vice for the weekend. Mr. and: ,! Horrors. Also "throw I for. a grand time.JENNINGS ... program Mrs. Bert Zipperer: took wife and a small son stand beside been in effect, srmers throughout thanks to Rev. Sam Warren and I

Mrs. Ray Kinsey from West, Palm ,' "U0UJe2'Of I j, charge of the worship Service. The their home, watching their cows the county have cooperated in the people) who sang so beautifully
MEETING
4 Beach were up visiting friends and I I. Ec, ,Win sefl'popcorn 'I 1 The Jennings P.P.T.T.A..AC; met Tues-f theme for the'afternoon "Th Bless grazing peacefully. A tame deer reversing a 10-year trend of ever- ,and to all our neighbors, and to Dr.,
weekend. While I ed Bond";-Dllcicua refreshmentswere watches from the background In ncraslng supplies. On October 1 and the Hamilton -
relatives during the |.so buy buy, 'day evening at 7:00: In the school Mlckler the staff at
; the,hostess. the house is a small pond of this year, the corn carry over
t in Jennings they stayed with Mr. Mrs. Shiver's tenuX grade will served by front of Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
auditorium. Mr: A. B. T) ree, Pre- ''.
have attend their J with ducks on It. Above the farm was estimated at half a billion bushels -
and Mrs. Ivy Kinsey. be happy to you Isldent The1
presided. ,meeting was
. movie, They also operate a dart with devotfoK Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cunnning- house hovers a purple eagle below the, record carryoverof T. J. Bryan, children -.
opened a given by'
W.S. MEETING 'thrown I I Rev Herririg. jfi |ham| spent Saturday and Sunday in The red, green and purple stampis 2 billion bushels....on' Oct._I, 1961 and grandchildren
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t The WSCS had its regular meet- j Now 1 H you really wish to have I This nn6 '' Deland with their children Har-, printed on white paper overlaidwith -w. f S.- -
tog last Wednesday' evening at the fun get your best girl and go "hay I I' Everyone was was a very very ifahuslastict meeting. Ion and Mary Martha Lambert. | a Crosshatch of yellow to look -

I f church Mrs. Clayton Bradshaw the Be little grandson like.linen. ,* ISmoker ,-' IN THE AIRv
: riding" with Juniors. sure) about the Hallowee! fcarnlval. I f'i They went to take their HISTORY
I gave the study. Mrs. Charles Rogers to buy balloons. :Mr. McDonald Is which is the one big eent that the 1. Chuck home who has been I ,

f presided at the meeting and I II their sponsor. I>P. T, A. sponsors. i\'spend the past week with them. I I ;"k' 'a S
Mrs. Roy' Pafford was hostess. Buy your winter hat from the Oonvnittees were appointed and v ,
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I I 1 seniors? also,'go to their "cake plans for the remainder.. 6f the year I Mr. and Mrs.:J, E. Williams] and .
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Mrs., Ivy Kinsey attended a two- Walk" and art a cake. Mrs. were made. *' children and sister Marie Williams'j ,Sari ,
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day supervisor's meeting in Tallahassee Alderman Is their sponsor1." .
I weekend
Mr. J. W. DeVane principal of Jacksonville spent the
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recently She is supervisorof O'6l[ \
.. made a short" talk,' pertaining to with their parents and grandparents I { V OHI
PLANS
HOMECOMING
the welcome station on Interstate school plans: Mr'and Mrs Winston Williams

75 near the Florida- eorgia \ Qne of the main events during the 1 I Mrs. Wilmer Deas is vice president I

line '. school year is Homecoming. The of the P. T A. and Mrs. liar.\f Mr. and Mrs. Pcnnywell Kelly i +
queen is plain* Smith and she will I old Deas is Secretary-Treasurer.I' and family of live Oak spent Sunday ay

Several people from Jennings attended be crowned by Sharon Jlowell,- 1st After the meeting a social. hour was with their children Cleveland.
homecoming at Gainesville. Elaine's"'attendants I enjoyed. and Sudie Selph and children. 1 ti<< i ih
year's queen. I
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Mr;J, V.;McCall went to the Mil-: and HPy itI JIM BATES HURT I I J. T. und Shirley Zipperer and I
'viler: Melting Pot :Reunion at Fort A .children mother Mrs
'. ,Everyefne, 1 is\ working but the Jim Bates was in the hospital I, and Shirley's
Clinch near Fern hdlna Beach homecoming commute is composed) last week because of'.p. broken i'Alice I' Cooper of Jasper' had dinner
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u S' NDphbro r rimmed of Linda "Burnam., Elaine Smith, leg.&; He only) played,iif the first Sunday with' "tfteir sister and

"glues In front of Post Office. Get Ellen iScaff, Nora Nichols 1 and quarter when his leg was broken t'I daughter'W''and I Mrs. Raymond I

them! at The Jasper News. Frances .Morgan, Come and,,enjoy in.two-places."You can't keep a [Cox in Madison. This being Shirley %
: good follow down. lie is back in and Mrs Cox's daughter Peggy': 3.171,9" ttr.Y-
school with a 'cast up above his''birthday'I ',they were both honored 9 Y,
knee. He goes from class to classIn 1 'with a birthday dinner. Everything It takes only ono-:b. cartful!
his rolling chair..Good luck Jim 1 'was dene to make this a "UappyBIr1hday"
for a speedy; "Get Well''
I JUMO&r including a big.birthday
w.w. c
cake and ice cream.
ASPER 'FFA JUDGING TEAM
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..IW13H. 1St The best way to be sure Jasper FFA Judging; team wentto Disraeli
'Suwannee County Livestock I

( ( "i that you are getting the Show ;Monday ,afternoon, Oct 19. J. .a I
The Judging team placed third. The I Mr. and Mrs. Dalton McCulley of

1 I most for your money team consist of Elwood Bembry, 'Jacksonville spent Sunday with

Leonard Bemfory, Wayne, Goolsby their step mother and aunt Mrs.T *

I I is to come to our store. and J.. L. Robinson. Light weight, P. McCulley. and .Miss Rose Gill '

'' medium weight and heavy weight .r Commercial air scrrl seross tee Atlantic inaugurated by Las
k _oo Drop by..we'U: 'show barrows ,were the three classes of Mr. and Mrs! Isaac:Shiver ,had Americas) Airways 28 years ago, osstrred its surer annirtrsary
I animals that were Judged. several of thefa i children over the on Juso 28. Tho first paying passengers to fly ties Atlantic took
I c you ''why! The Chapter has one March boar weekend and Supda."they Wt'I'eMr' : off from MsiikasMt Bay N.r. oa Paa American Airways Dixio
j. 1 John?Edwin Shiver and Clipper (top) a Bo ls( j,1q boat oa Jus 28. 113' It took 42
t John Smith and Derryl King have a, and Mrs. hours sad miautcs for that lonoeriag. light to reach Marseille,
March gilt each and A. L. Miller children of Ba8ton" Ga. Mr. and France. stopped( at ths Asorss and Luboti oa tho way. For the
hal two sows, these hogs will be Mrs. Kenneth Shiver and children Pas Am Jet CUpptrs tosay.tlis Atlantic Is only six horn wldqsad
BUY) NOW shown Friday afternoon at 7.00: I of Palatka: Mr..and Mrs. Leon Starling DARK I Paa Am Bls It 223 slater ortry work as part of its smlco ta
Jacksonville t U4 cities ia tai lands steaal tics world
October 23 in the Breeding Show. an dchlkfren of "to

( 6' : !fAND SAVE! These boys will take their animalsto I (' _Shiver..__ __ of White -
f G :. o the North Florida Fair' Sunday aNt Springs.Miss, Mildred Also spending Sunday, := = = = : = = 2 = : = : oo;; : : : 4L : S lIL: 4 1:' 4! = H hr.

afternoon, Oct 25. were some more!,of their children.Mr. \ ,; ,
During the homecoming the chapter and Mrs. Geprge Hardson and .
borrowed a trailer from Mr. children of Lake City and Mr. and '
1 Tom Bridges and funeral grass Mrs. Anson Johnson and son Alfred "l ', HEARJoldwatett' :i;
from Mr. Reid. We appreciate the
Also Mr, and Mrs Shiver's granddaughter ..
I' use of these items. and family" Mr. and Mrs. 5'l

Reporter Derryl King Donald Smith bf Jasper.
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iPS Mr and Mrs.5.iCeorge Young:; Jr. : '

r R and daughter Thersa and Jenny of ( "

Perry, Florida spent Sunday with { Barry
rt their parents and grandparents Mr. :
and Mrs'George,Young, Sr: :
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)r t 10 of Mr.Perry and", Mai.Florida 4l.tman visited Franklin.Mrs. ON NATIONWIDE *. TELEVISION

Franklin's brother 'and sisiter-br "

law Mr. and 'Mrs., Bert Zipperer
i Sunday afternoon. Also visiting Mr.

t afternoon and Mrs.was Bert Mr.Zipperer Zlpperer's Sunday brother This Friday, Oct 23

Mr. Gus Zipperer and father* i

In.law'Mr. Lewis Beaty. of Jennings ,. \ ..
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Mr. and Mrs-David Keeling and ,. 11:30: To 12:00: ,

t Optional top light and clock ensemble children Jerry and Lillian Erie \ .: :";', ;
Palatka with '
Oversize all-porcelain oven interior mend the weekend in SUBJECT '
brother-in-* : :
Reeling's
David
Mrs '
f. Two-piece smoke-free gas broiler d alas and Mrs. Jack .v .
!ismalUsl law and sister1 Mf. '
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o lifetime guarantee of all burners R bza STAMP ere
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Brooksville.
wS t. tao ,sr Langworthy In'. :' "Barry Goldwater Speaks Out On : ,

':::1f 19.90 down only 9.24 per month Hl.4.slltr RUBBER Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Waters of .

STAMPS rmu tdiy tmlh toMM Jacksonville spent Sunday with ,

y.u y.srs sad years, their mother Mrs. Minnie Waters. ..: ., SOCIAL SECURITY .
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UREdAS b.l.a what zp.c yen I*wo.M IMLT.Ctmt NEW ARRIVAL I L ,you'.ve Heard All The Lies About 'Him-NOW

SERVICE In sad *.. v.'ttt say' i Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Proctor of 5i *. ".
RUBBER STAMP ...i. ''Waycross, Ga. are proudly announoI 'Ii" '. .' ...- Vi, ,., ,
that r._ mar Ian, W.ab* I ins,the arrival of a baby son born HEAR THE TRUTH! 't.: <" I : -
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MARKING DKYICK9 f .
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I name John Lamar. Mrs Proctor I is (Paid Political! Advertisement)
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TO VOTE for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot place a cross. .(X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. .


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For President and Vice-President Group No. 3 For Clerk' Circuit Court AMENDMENTS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

(VOTE FOB GROUP) (VOTE: FOR ONE) ARTICLE n'. SECTION W
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(VOTE FOR ONE .. a cross mark in the square at the RIGHT
I "' For. the Amendment or Against the Amendment Commissioner of Agriculture Duties-Proposing;
Democratic I'i. J.R., (Bob) MILLER (Oem) NO.1OONSTITUTIONAL an amendment to Article IV Section 26 of the
RICHARD W. ER.VIN Oem Florida Constitution
( ) r+r- AMENDMENT'\ : TO relating to the duties of the
LYNDON B. JOHNSON Commissioner
I ABTICLE!: VII of Agriculture, eliminating his sun
For prtaidtntHUBER'f'H. Cl( ., pervision over matters pertaining to public lands
I .. ,', \ Apportionment-Proposing an amendment to I and the Bureau of Immigration.
HUMPHREY i. .
Artkrle.VlI, of the, Florida Constitution relating
For VitePresident. _, Fot Sheriff to Apportionment and Census,
: 'For Judge, District Court of Appeal providing that the
(VOTE FOR ONE) House of Representatives shall consist of 112 FOR THE AMENDMENT 1111
Republican First Appellate District, Representatives and the Senate shall consist of
(VOTE FOR ONE) 43 members! and further providing that the Legit
BARRY M. GOLD WATER CHARLIE RHODEN (Oem_ nature shall reapportion at the 1971 regular Ie$. AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO.
For President lion and every ten yean thereafter
JOHN T. WIGGINTON IDem) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
WILLIAM E. MILLER H II TO
For Vie-Prtsident FOR THE AMENDMENT ARTICLE XVI
ForTax Assessor Civil Trials In branch courthouses In Dade Cowtty;
ForMite In Voting For Electors ForPreaident Proposing an amendment to Article XVI of the
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( ONE AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. Florida Constitution 1 'authorizing civil trials in
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( F. KENNETH TUTEN (Dem) 'CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT TO I FOR
(VOTE FOB' ONE) THE AMENDMENT
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0, Terms of Offices Created by LetlaUture-Propos.I
TOM ADAMS (Dan) ing an amendment to Article XVI. Section 7 to AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO.
B For Tax Collector terms that the Legislature may extend the
of the membership! on the board charged II
(VOTE FOB ONE) with responslbliry for colleges and universities CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT: TO
(not Including Junior colleges) to not more than ARTICLE V. SECTION a,
nine SUB-SECrION ((1)
yean.FOR )
For Comptroller MRS. ULMA BRASWELL (Dem) Increasing number of Jodlclal Circuit*- Proposv
(VOTE FOR ONE) I. log an amendment to Article V Section 6, SubSection -
THE AMENDMENT ((1) of the Florida Constitution Increasing:

\ .-1; RAY E. GREEN (CDem) 20 the and number providing of judicial that there circuits than to be not no more reduction than

R For County Superintendent of AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. in the number of circuit Judges residing in any

Public Instruction after county formerly a part of a Judicial circuit, here.:
created, divided changed or revised.
(VOTE FOB ONE) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

;. ',\ } rt": ", For Commissioner of Agriculture '. ARTICLE XII. SECTION IS. SUU-SECTIONS FOR THE AMENDMENT
(VOTE FOB on) (a) and (b)
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.' HARRY T. REID (Dem)
\ .ail "i -.t! "I. ,,,,, '" School Bonds for Capital Outlay-Proposing an
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.. ;q; ., UVYLE 'CONKER amendment to the Article XII of the Florida State THE AMENDMENTi
,'f;'. .- (Dtm) Constitution relating to the use of part of the I
revenue derived from the licensing of i)
.. motor
._ vehicles for capital outlay and debt CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
'.',/'"'', For County Judge service and TO
.;;: ... other school purposes: adding a method of com. ARTICLE XVII
+ Y. apy (VOTE,FOR ONE) sting the number of Instruction units; Increas Additional Method
JIJ\; : "_ '0< ,For State T'eatiurer InK Interest rate to 4V4 percent per annum ark I Constitution-Proposing of Revising or Amending the
an amendment
.' (VOTE FOB 'ONE) JOHN H. McCORMICK Dim: extending maturity date on bonds to January 1, XVII of the Florida Constitution providing to Article addi
( ) an
... .:. 2000. tionat method of revising or amending: .the Con
,. stitution; providing that either_
: '1!:Ir : .. t. ....d'I' .tIt t J..EDWIN LARSON'I'J.: (Dent), ... .. .1 Legislature may branch of the
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or a
'c.r: .,.'pa4I: isCONGRESSIONAL" I", \:. It., .. ,. For Supervisor,, of RefUtrationVOTE '. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT' -. 't tN 1 I I provide or amendment for an of election any'portion thereon.and"'may..+'*direct. rertaton. aosk', ,Ji" .

( FOR ONE:)
For Attorney General '. IOONSTITUTIONAL' FOR THE
AMENDMENT
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VOTE FOB ONE) Mrs. ANN C. MALPAS' (Dem)'' XII, SECTION S

U Principal of State School( Fund te rentals) Inviolate AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
EARL FAIRCLOTH (Dem) Exception -Proposing an amendment to Article
For United Stites Senator XII section 5 of the Florida Constitution author- "".. NO. 11

\ (VOTE FOR ONE) For Member of Board of blng that th*"principal of the state school fund (kNSTiUTiON4L AMENDMENT: TO
may be expended for capital outlay on behalf of ARTICLE IX,SECTION II
County Commissioners state Institutions of higher learning. including,
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND (Dem) For State. Superintendent of Public District One schools.Junior colleges, and capital outlay for public Proposing Extending an period amendment of time for to Article Second DC Gee Section Tax-
16 of
Instruction the Florida Constitution
relating to diatri-
I VOTE FOB ONE) button
CLAUDE R. KIRK. JR. (Rtp.) (VOTE FOR ONE) ( frog; from and use of gasoline and like taxes Increas.
FOR THE 50 to 75 years from
I I AMENDMENT the January 1, 1947.
JOEL C. SELPH (Dem) period during which proceeds of the Second
.. ,. :rOM D. BAILEY (Dem) Gas Tax shall be placed in the "State Road Distribution -
B U AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. Trust Fund."

STATE ,
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AMENDMENT
For Governor CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
Member'of
For Board of
VOTE FOR OWE) For floridA Public Utilities ARTICLE XII
( t County Commissioners Appointment or Election of County School sup rl... AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I l
'.' Conuniuioner"'OTJ tcndenl In certain eoantle*-Proposing an amendment
HAYDoN BURNS (Dtm) (\ : FOR ONE) District Three'O'JE' to Article XH.of the State Constitution providing NO. IS
(\ FOR ONE) that the Superintendent of Public Instruction CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
shall be appointed by the County Board of
U
CHARLES R. HOLLEY (Repl EDWIN L "Ed' MASON (Dem) ,_. I I Public Instruction In the counties of Escambla ARTICLE X, SECTION 7 "
MAURICE BENNETT (Dem) I Lake, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach Putnam Sarasota Coupty Homestead Exemption: -Propos
1 II I. and Seminole wherein the proposition Is affirmed lug an amendment to Article X Section 7 of tbs r .
Florida
f H by a majority vote of the qualified electors of any tlon Constitution relating to homestead exemp. 1
such county jnaking the office appointive and ; providing that In Sarasota County that the
The remaking offices required by Uw to be filled I For State Attorney providing that any county adopting this proposition tint $2,000 of the assessed valuation on home and
at this election are being sought by only one cmndl. Third Judicial Circuit For Member of Board of may, alter four yeara return to ita former school contiguous real property shall be taxable; for
date for,each office. To vote for these remaining status by the same procedure for adopting purposes only and the exemption shall
fflces place a eros (*) mark In the square to the (VOTE FOR ONE) County Commissioners apply to the next five thousand dollars for school .
right of the name of the candidate for whom yon Wm RANDALL SLAUGHTER purposes only of assesed valuation. '
desire to Tote. To vote for a person whose name District Five FOR THE AMENDMENT
is not printed en the ballot write his name in the (Oem) (VOTE ,FOB ONE) FOR THE AMENDMENT
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blank apace provided for that purpose.CONGRESSIONAL
AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. i .
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JERRY B. SMITH (Dem) 'I I \ AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

For Representative In Congress '.... For Public ., l '. I ..,. J ICONTJTUTIOl'l&LjUIENDIEST TOt '.,

Ninth Congressional District :\ .t Third Judicial CcrIrcult4- ,: T _r ? ARTICLE XII

VOTE FOR ONE) Appointment or election of County School Superlntendmt .
( (VOTE FOR ONE) For Member of Board of Taylor County -Proposing an amend.
ment to ARTICLE XII of the Constitution providing -
L. ARTHUR LAWRENCE Jr. ,
,
Public Instruction that the
,DON FUQUA Superintendent of Public Instruction
CDemB (Drm) of Taylor County shall be appointed by the County
District Two Board of Public Instruction provided the proposition

(VOTE FOR ONE>)> is affirmed by a majority vote of the quail ,
fled electors of the county and that the county ,
JUDICIALFor may after four years return to Its former status
LEGISLATIVE CLINTON MITCHELL (Dem) by the same procedure outlined for adopting
Justice of the Supreme Court, For State Senator

Group No. One Seventeenth Senatorial District FOR THE AMENDMENT

) (VOTE FOR ONE)
(I\'OTE FOR ,ONE For Member.of Board of ,I,

HOUSTON W. ROBERTS (Dtm)_I I Public Instruction AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. ,

B. K. ROBERTS (Dem) R 7
rlFor District Three CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

(VOTE FOR ONE) ARTICLE XVI
Continuity of Government-Proposing an 'amend
Member Howe of Representatives ment to Article XVI of tiw Florida Constitution
to
For Justice of the Supreme Court, Hamilton County W. M. (Matt) MARABLE. (Dem) provide for means to Insure continuity of state

Group No. 2 t'r. ,. and local governmental operations in periods"of

(VOTE FOB ONE) (VOTE FOB ONE) i t enemy emergency attack.resulting from disasters caused: by


E.I HARRIS DREW (Dem) PAYTON BEMBRY Jr. (i Dem) ._/. I
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