The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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l Farm Bureau: Hears ,About Changing. Times ''Whit Springs Minutes Meeting : Gospel Meeting I Revival Begins At (

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FHA M ets Hamilton CountyCommissioners You are, cordially invited to attend First Baptist

i '" a aeries of gospel meetings,

makers rings Future Home- XV HERE;?OAK,GROVE Monday Night
erica had its first W1-lENf.BeiPnnInil; Monday night

...... raoad g of the school year .y ;"Jasper;*"Fiortda NQVenfbtt'' 2rML196fhrough Not'- 1 ;Revival, services' 'begin "*next

.,,'It was decided<< to October 6. 1964 ember 13th. SERVICES Each nightat I Monday evening November 2, thru
.' Tuesday ot every The Board or County: Commissioners 8 o'clock. I 8 .at 7:3(7( p.m. at the First BaptistChurch

,". it" .. in and for. Hamilton County from EVANGELIST Albertvirie. Alabama Carrel Sutten will b4 .: ;, ,1 tul,\Qf U I Jasper>'l... ".W ILBoft .I.. .(.
tt The mectftg was called to order Florida, met today In tegular session -
\ bj ths PrtBJent:" Joyce Stormant and to all outstanding ac the speaker* His subjects will be
and UV mirafWs of the last meeting pay I,"Let the Bible speak. 1 Peter 4:11: II
A. of the 1963&I schco Iterm were counts on file for year | "If any man;speak let';him apeakas
) l. '. k1 read byfcf Wreiary, MarileneMcEUieony.f ending September 20, 1464 and also the oracles of God, It any minister I
i'' Ann Bryant was In to attend to any other matters be. let him minister as of the I a
.' i charge "of jte program."FIU In fore the Board The following members strength which God glveth, that in
Focus." If were present: duy McGhin I a'U thingS God may be glorified II

i' Chairman Jack Vinson, Grover, through O\riltJesus, world without
The Officers and ,chairmen for I end
Wheeler Lawton McCulley and Aaron
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H It Hamilton;"eouHty Farm"'Bureau The wiimerVare u follows: were re-eelected! : : Gordon Huggll'ls.Peanal1 President Joyce Stormant I Attorney Hogan. Also W. A.present Drury.was The coun following I singing at each service We are i

i held these'A1ne M1 Ftoh rtv. and Merrill Smlth,''154 bushels .. $11 Fouraker L. L. Harris R. Vice President: Paula Allison j was transacted. looking and hoping to see you at
r Election of/DIreetOrs'"aad omcers LamarCbmbasa, 137 bushels .i$15 L. Cunningham. Joe Howell and Treasurer Ann Bryant business neb service

;NcIl3r night at the V.F.W..llDtne Marvin Seph,131 bushels .... $13 Charles Ray Burnett.' The other Secretary: MarUene McElhenny The meeting was called to order -..--
/Jin' Jasper.. There was, a large David Smith,. 115 bushel ..... $10 directors are Billy Hill. Bill Smith, Paliamentartanf Daisy Melton and opened with prayer by Chairman
j.. crowd at the fish,fry and:a spod, Ehrood 13en' ry. 98 bushels .. $8 R. J. Murphy, M. T. (Pete)' Miller Historian:../Rheba Morgan, ,, McChln The minutes of, the benefit to the citizens of the county.
-d 'attendance at the'haloes meetIng Brad VInson, 96 boatels ....... $7 J. S. (Pete) Deas Carton Carter, Shaw lend by that the aforesaid forms of Bonds) '
which followed. Wade. Murphy S8 bushels .... $5 Jerry Smith, and W.lterPedP RetreatlomaeliLeaderiSusan} : ; last regular meeting were proposed to be Issued by said cor j r
.o 1' First item of tauinesa was .the !Me.-Aubrey Fowler of the North [1 Officers:'elected after:'the'Tneetlng Pmwam Chalrmaru'Vickie Pautz the Clerk an. dadopted.by'the. Board person L contain: nothing objectionable -
a presentation of awards'to FFA Florida Production Cerdlt A.uoclaI I! wets the same :aa kattyear: Projects Ch4lrmen| Cheryl Shaw as'read. to said County or which in any' 1 AJ) and Ivy" Walsh; cl Atlanta. Ga: I
members who in the Live the Chapter parents and Mrs. Drew way Imposes *ny.kind of obligation
lJ were winner tion In Oak was speaker.His Billy Hill. Pr esldenUuflefl 1 ; < 'Mr. Don\ Nelson with the welfare will be the singers'In the meeting
;corn yield contest. The Jasper subject'"The Farmers Placein Law Mrs. Kenneth Shaw and Mrs Board and burden or duty; on said County and
Burnett, vice president, and BUI department met with the Oru writer has said '
'' concerning
that the formation of said Corportlon I .
;Cons dub Jasper Khnuds Club America; In'Business and In Mallory Morgan. -
L f an tithe Hamilton County Farm BuTeau Trade." His talk was wen receiv Smith secretary'and treasurer. It discussed a proposal to open a unit and its use of such forms of them that this is a dedicated couple
J. will be Mr. Smith's eighteenth yearIn New numbers are as follows: County to serve I.:Bonds the hereinbefore who their talents
sponsor the contest and fur ed. In the picture above, at left office In Hamilton on terms use for'Gcd with
I rub cash for.the Winners ,The FFA is Secretary Bill Smith. President I this poatttaH ,? ,..' Gail TbmJtason, Debbie Tayor' this 'area provided:details can be recited are ,contented to by the I even more devoted abandon},'that
t !I ,boys placed as CoQowtl ,Merrill may MIL' Mr., Fowler, and out of It wasJftgnouXeei h3'me-' State!I II Emily> PoWdv' Cynthia Allison, worked out with the Board of Co- Board of County Commissioners. 1'I they once used them In the enter'
/Smiths ftnt. Marvin ,Selph think picture at right, was County Agent Farmv Bta? u OorMtfcn *Ul .("David Smith fourth, and Ehvoodf : Rance Andrews. I[I at OilMu on November 15. 1 The executive council will meet mmtsaioners their day of October. 1964. I pervasive Joy and a depth of understanding
JBembry fifth. 4-H boys placed the 'Directors were elected at the 16. and 17, and persona who can attend T1ar'sday,4Oetcber 22 to completer met. Mr. Nelson stated that Guy McGhin. Chairman I I which leave with the hearer
I other three places the; top yield meeting.' Onr new director Edgar were asked to contact the secretary. 1 >lana the'years work. Initiation unit office would employ a total of ATTESTi J .R. Miller' oe-rk.1 a' deposit'bf truth after the delight

i ,was 154 bushels per acre Bembry was .elected and_ six others r.1'i t, ._.,. ? -.... of.the new. ,Uembers U being planned 10, pecple. To meet the requirements ballot The of Cleric the General. presented election a sample to be 1 and beauty ct the' performance
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J,;' JiARpiMRJTUTEN B* for Novevnber *.- <. 1\ will be necessary that held Nov. ,6, 1964 with the Board have faded._ .
;JTo Organize Jasper FFA Sfiowtf 'ARMYMSMBRVE ;All:WhJt l STErrlngs" I FtlA. r tubers county furnish' the departmeifl' with for its-approval I. and same was approved I.
are lookfng'tonvtir4to a Rewarding' office space. The board agreed to by*the Board '

?!Junior Girl Scouts Stock At Fair 1 : year of!Jfun and act!tlty,1 designed nvestteate the matters and advise The Board,selected .thelrllst ofClerks ,
A seldom
seen mlltary event oc-
improve future U and Inspectors to serve
to help each menjwr Mr. Nelson In the near on.
}[- 'All girls In the age group1)'of 9. >*.......). V\I'! Uf*., ...... -pet.. cured at the Madison US Army Re I their personal) fancily and could meet the requirements' the Polls for the General Electionon
'1,10. and 11 years. 4th( 5th.,and 6th Chapter Future Farmers of Am. ,Mm' Center 'on :Tuesday night\ living. hey Nov. 3, 1964.
community In his proposal.Col
[.,grade are invited to take part in erica 'members' had four animals,1''w 1a'father enlisted his son In 4 set forth of Motion was made by Mr. Vlnson,
Juntan Girl .'on exhibit in the breeding show of --- __ Julian Wood director seconded Mr and
A new Scouting pro the U.;. S.; Army ReserveCaptain by McCuelly toi
.grain being formed in Jasper;' North,Florida Fair at Tallahassee... / ? endcontinues Civil Defense for ,this area gave: a earned that the minutes of Sep.i
Mrs. Mary Lou Fine is the Troop These members were :Darryl Jimmie B. 'Tuten. Commanding period tot"I I leiv< tJ visit report on conditions during hurrl ember 1. 1964 be corrected to read I
Leader and invites' inquiries. Her King John Sfith and A. .... UJe.'. Offic r;Company C. 5th wlfh' advanced l/tdivldual cane Dora .Col..Wood reported that 1736.00, Instead of $1<<00 recordedn f ..
i'phone number* Is.798-3181 t.. I AiLfl( Miller's errry gblue'Battalion'.67 Amor,,Madison, Fla. training'In d military skill 1 which approximately 600 people were tern Co.'Comm. Minute Book No. 13,1\ ,'"
f The group hopes to hold'rneet- ribbonJohn'Smith's : "\: 1\ enlisted his IM-Hatold: R. Tuten will be vrtllkid In traminf with) Ms porerily housed in the schools and I page 511, paragraph No.1. The .1
f 'nz, within two we s"r ,rtbboQ I *'and DerryHInt got ''a ,PgTutenA to Board Sheriff
loeal'iArinKAlleBervei unilf this storm.'The hereby. request the :
{blue ribbon. The Chapter's boar age 17, a,high school senior fromJasper.Joijrto I ( : courthouses during( ,
I .', .... t" Tfot'', T hi irtfeortwiendedj''for sdvaa also'had representatives o refund the said amount of iTMJOO]
d a ''vJte in the Red Cross
""' ... .. ;- ra.lU"in' ..: rW* em TfehfnSActive.Duty sit.a ;aL nlotcr.wman. who *jmlshtoo! <..the. !<"HI o the.BoaMDL.ttxtntytommiselonJBi.rdena & I
t I ... CCIIJtftt"ihi' .. s r JJruton' ''''''''' 1
the aDd'
'A' ..Jl ,| pouMT City Mgr Bob Ffc* '
.; .' .> '\ ...... -.... ", .won two blue rtbtoon.and one reeL Program. .__ Manning; came before the 'Board the McLain wast acdsssssstt
r..:.. 1(Two' dozen'ecQs.'were.also entered.,1 L, Up6','IsfVadVwilqn' from high Captain'Tuten .who MS des with and presented a proposal& made.by effective placed on Oct 6,196415 Count Indigent the
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.', ___ .1" ,,--,__ ., u u"' in the contest." 1 ischool the'younger Tuteri will de- his son,wit Route 2;Box -fii j. Jasperrnbined C A.. Kennedy to lease a strip of of 1200. lie
-T-J-I rr r i r part i fO'r\j six rnenths active duty Is a veteran of 23 years < land to be used. a public i airport ,The following resolution was Unanimously'adopted -J

. i r4Looset Jaspert'jeraaer j[training and upon completion of active and Army Reserve +rvlce, It was,unamlnously agreed' by the by the Board.'i
and served Crnimanjtfantry-
1 this tralning-will return to his local aa Company Hoard that the county was badly In ______RESOLUTION #t.:
; persons,. manor regard of his fellow a pet der with,the lit Armored WHEREAS certain officials 01 "
no man
hometown litl" t a complete the remainder i an airport and that If sat.afactory i a
vwoman" who has. reached: the low of children or lUlU ,on ;his, con ', of his military'obligatonby r In-campaigns'in Northern France need btt the City of Jasper Florida have rl i
"' level of attributingpoison, mustdream science should some small child the Ardennes, Rhineland central ( arrangements I I advised the Board of County Commissioners .| Rev. Bill LIgon i Pastor the7 :Lee
at night of at Job well done. find and consume this deadly poiw, attending paid one a week: training Europe during World War J His worked art the board will enter into of Hamilton County, Street Baptist Church of Valdoata..will .

Several dogs this past week died son. drifis. present command .Compan if C. or a contract to furnish the County Florida. that the State Road Depart be the,speaker. Rev.'LIgon Js
of Btriclmlne\ : on* other was saved StoP'thisienselesa act of killing The training' which Private Tutee Madison II a unit of the St tllatahorr with an airstrip.Kenneth meet in the process of constructing: "'a graduate of Carson Newman-
by Dr. Kjflser.JDurf'veterinarian. replace your hate, vengeance and will ; 6Tth Armor, CommanOetlLt. by Daniels came before the Northeast 3m Street in the City of I i
This dastardly act can only be disregard of your fellow man in ft weeks undergo In consists basin of eight I Colonel Lewia F. Branar Jr. .ot( board and submitted his resignson has caused an outfall ditch Baptist College and New Orleans
training military J.speri
,warped 'thtogmg of 'one who has useful manner James G. Black Fla. service'oftlcel\ The Increased in depth and this Baptist Seminary He has served
Tallahassee, comt
I tlon )
.._ r .s., I akllte, followed by a 2 week break as' Assistant Pastor In the First
ward accepted his resignation' ef- rendition! In the event of a heavy
'It \... teethe Oct. 12.116t! I IMry rains, will cause flooding of a low Baptist Church of Tallahassee Fla I
Forest Ser area located Immediately north of and as Pastor o lathe First Bptlat
Garland County
Northeast and Street and this flood Church of 'Florida. d
The Constitutional Amendments Board' and Madison
. i. ; \1 Ice officer met with the ',
of Its activities for condition will continue to exist un- 'A cordial Invitation Is extended 1I
real:! a report
the 'year. leu the outfall ditch Is completed I I by the Pastor Rev, Ssyer Canova 1 1\\
i 1 EDITOR'SNOT1'-BeWwdia description whether to elect or''appoint a mst advertise for an additional distance of approximately and the members of the First Ban.. <
o.&rie/; counties to decide The Clerk was Instructed to one ((1)) mile; I to attend these services. I
of the thirteen amendment to the school iupe rintendent. for Bids (for a Ney TractorS THEREFORE. BE IT RESOIy[ tilt Church of Jasper to

I' Constitution of Florida which voters are AGAINST. I believe school superintendents are VEX by the Board County ComiMloncrs -----_-everyoneJail .

.! expected to vote on in Tuesday's Election.. ,important to the people should be responsive to Mr. Chesterfield Smith attorneyfor that the State Road Department ..,............. 26325 I
The ca.r"redu. Occidental Corp., came before Is hereby requestd to con Inn Mle.'Co. Janitor Supplies
have 'ant'responsible to them
each recommended them 0\
after description I.
Also assistants if 'needed. ,We the'Board to offer explanation of a tine the outfall ditch to eliminate Jail .;.......i............' 4T.50:
whether to vote for or'against, cators can be hired as .Board
!l' resolution presented to the a flooding condition of a low area Orkbt Exterminating Co., Jail 8 00
which' recommendations may ,be ignored, : neetTtt 'prdctlcal local man' who knows.a dollar by Occidental Corp.'of Florida. After ot the Qty, of Jasper, Florida, and City of Jasper, Jail ....i.c.., 13.20: a
ofjeovrse. 'On inside' pages of, this 'issue 'when he sees one,> in this important office. a lenfgthy' 8cusslon\ Motion was the property affected Is described Florida Power Corp. Jail .. 46.24
r' f'are' *many political, advert isements.and..articles NO..'.6 Same as above, Taylor County only. made by Mr. 1 Hogan. seconded: by as follows: Charlie Rhoden Sheriff Cost 2.90
Mr McCulley and unanimously Commence at end of outfall J. R. Miller Clerk's Cost and _
.. assist voters in this crucial election above. I
I to AGAINST reasons as
< same that the following Resolutionbe ', I fees ............ 31.35 t
on ,Tuesday. If you plan to :vote on No. Emergency Succession of Public Officials i : > adopted. 1 Station 30-0972 on ,Secon W. A.'Drur7 Conviction,Feee*, ,

Tuesday, please take the'time to consider'your Gives the Legislature authority to provide for n RESOLUTION dary" Road Project 32500- Comm. on Bond Est; ...... 386DS.
vote Bare f tdip. :A wrong: vote is much line of succession for public-officers if importantmen WHEREAS an experienced operator 3602, Jasper, Florida, and Social Security Acct ........ 17.08 d
.i worse than no ,'Vote at all. -K. Ehlert la desirous of operating a complete outfall ditch easterh Co. Off A Employees Retirement' t
; killed die for reason.
*t. are or any phosphate mining and recovery t "' and northeasterly to a Fund ......;:.......,...... 18.85 p
.. FOR. 1 believe this law might come in useful ina plant> In Hamilton County Floridathe point at the northeast cor LIBRARY

:AMENDMENT NO. legislative Re-apportion- case of emergency.No. ( "county"), which plant will I ner of the City" of Jasper, Mrs. Blanche leas, Salary i

ment. 'This-Amendment gives constitutional 8-Duties of the Commissioner of Agriculture.Vote employ:: approximately' 150 persons; I and thence easterly toBell's Sept .................... 141.85
tlon,to the existing apportionment recently voted Creek an overall Kenneth Wood Salary Sept. 15.00
the I
amendment Constitution
FOR. This updates" .WHEREAS several interested distance' of approximately Mr,. Helen Acacks for
by'the' Legislature. It gives us leas 1 ; representation" "\ by removing duties from>the.Commisa- citizens of the County have orgnied one' ((1) mile. '. Sub: Lib. Sept. ......Salary.... 13200 a
than''now. but more,than the U.S. Supreme ioher Agriculture which he no lO1l1er.pertn'17U.J a non-profit corporation. Southeast BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Federal ReMn'1J'Dank W. II. ,
Court'' will''allow. 9-Dade County Jury Trials in branch court Hamilton County, Florida Industrial I'that the Clerk Is hereby directed to 3rd. quarter .............., 21.30
/ 'trtcommend a FOR, vote. However the U. S. houses. Development Association furnish copy of this resolution to Social Security Acct. Sept. .. 5.Bi:
incorporated (thee "Corporation"), .the State Road Department of Flo Co. Off. A Employees Retirement
Court is to strike it down in favor
Supreme' sure ,7 iviU vote AGAINST. With modern transportation for the purposee of squiring certain'. rids Fund Sept ,............... 645
of the biff cities. privately owned laMs and contracting Approved and Adopted this
no'part of Dade County can be very far from on North Fla Telephone Co.
NO.2-BOARD OF REGENTS .allows the legisla- the Court House. If more rooms are needed, build thereon 'a phospate mining 6th day of October. 1964. Library .................... 959
and recovery plant (hereln.ltercalled Guy McGhin, QcalrmanATTEST
establish of office for ,
lature to nine-year terms Fla. Power Corp. Jibrary .. 2080Ranfiy'A.rAndeewt"3alailf
them. Studies have shown that branch courthouses the "IndustrisI FacrI, ) 3, .
state ; : ty' ; R. Miller, Clerk
members of the board which governs colleges increase court costs for all concerned which It will lease to the said operator The.following bills were ordered I CEffER.AL..1 A7 Exp.
and universities. The present) law sets their' .
No. 10 Judicial Circuit, increases number of same and Pali' County Agent ............ 314.70
term at four years. WHEREAS there .has been presented FINK AND FORFEITURE FUND
I recommend an AGAINST vote. This Board Present law allows addition of more judges any' to the Board of Commlsslonrs John II. McCormick Co. Judge's Salary W. A. Drury Co Commiaslonen Salary Co. Atty 37J8

should be answerable to.the people the same as circuit where population increases. I.can see no a copy of the coupon and fully Expenses for October, 1964 (Payable Aaron Hogan ............ 117.50

other governing bodies. Even/ goveror should need' for re-organizing circuits. 1 will vote NO. registered hereinafter forma of first led the Ice In advance" ) ........ 35750 Groover Wheeler ......... 10397
Revision. additional bonds ( John II. McCormick Salary Juv. Jack Vlnson ........*.. .
have the opportunity to appoint several of these No. Constitutional provides an Bonds" which such corporation, .. 11547
Judge September .......... 70.00
Lawton ......,. 103.97 +
men during his term of office. way to amend constitution and for submit when created, proposes to issup! in Joseph P. Holloman Salary-Juw McCulley
I Guy McGhin ...........; 111.37Baas
AMENDMENT NO. 3-School Construction Bonds. ting amendments to the people for a vote. order to finance the construction Counselor September ...... 4927 Chandler Jr. Col.1.I
extends to the year 2,000 the bond program of I will vote FOR. This new method stOl retains of such industrial Facility, which Exhibit FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND I Co.'Agent ..................,.7500J
providing funds for public school constructionby the necessity of the voters approving amendments forms are attached hereto as Charlie Rhoden Balance due on r R. Miller'Salary" Cleric to

using the Auto tag money for school bonds which is'absolutely necessary.No. A A the Board of Commls. guaranteed salary- 1963 3.359.4 I 'Board .................... 57500!
has reviewed such forms and finds Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's eost'A '
a present law which expires in 1983. 12-Extension of Gas Tax for Roads nothing therein objectionable to the tees A feeding prisoners 1. :ws.40 I Ann of C.Reg.Malpas.......Salary........Supervisor... 28390 o
1 will vote AGAINST' it. I believe" that school Vote FOR. There is some suggestion olindlng'a County or which in any; way CIo] Cam and Fresh Water Fish I Margaret Reeglster Salary' Sect.,to
bonds can be financed some other way. Motor vehicle new way to figure the division of this tax so tltutes the assumption of any kind Comm. Arrest fees ...... 31.50 I Margaret Register Salary Sect to
license revenue should be used for roads. that the big cities would get most of it. The gas of obligation or acceptance or the Suwannee County Hospital Pris Wylm4 B. White Salary & Exp.

NO. 4-State School Fund. The amendment would tax is too high, but we do need the roads. lending ppropriatlon of Ka of credit money to to such or corporation the treatment .................. SOOKayo's Home Dam Agent....... 258.93Ethel i
permit use of the principal of this fund for school No. 13-Pejmits Sarasota County to tax Homestead Drug Store!' Drugs A Sup ,(Decfee 'Salary Sect. to "x
or the assumption of any Prisloners ................ 29.59
Home ..
Dem .. .. 83.14
construction Whereas only the interest 18 I presentlyusable. .. exempt property: for school purposes. burden or duty by the County: Jasper Laundry Jail ...... 29' .60 Agent .
"' 7 wHljcote AGAINST. This looks like a first attempt NOW.JIEREF'ORE.. Be It Resolved WI..'. Drue Store Drugs A'Sup: 0.. O. Edwards Salary Asst. St.
Atty. ....................
.. ,193
I can .ee'no advantage in keeping a f und.such 81. to take away 'Homestead Exemption. I by the Board of Commissioners ,.' Prisloners .t................ '.31 Wm.;Randall Slaughter Salary

this, so I will vote FOR the Amendment. believe in Homestead Exemption, but betieye in that of the Hamilton formation County of th*,non-profit Florida The Western J. O.Auto Burch Supplies Co. SuppliesJail Jail .. 3,78 State Ally ................> 1 .M

NO. 6 -School Superintendents, Bfectivw or Ap full valtations so"that it is ire fact 'Umittd> to corporation: contemplated aa above ............ 109. *
pointive. Permits a I loci option election in seven homes valued at $5,000 ''*"" set forth U hereby found to be of Crown Chemical Co. Janitor Sup., (continued on page four) ?,
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t'ACETWO '; ,.\ '?L .; THE: JASPER NE3KS.: ,, JASgER'. FLORIDA ? ,i Friday,October; \ 30, 1964', .

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Office After: 35,Yrs.After 1 .. ,' : ': t mk'l'f f :l1r' ..-rJ; ,, -: .i \ \k'' ... l" (f.:?
.:, \ .or, *, .., *.... I'i-aii' ',, y.' : -F; ,r'i11t. ; y'- as friL. 1ft :' ., '" (-P' ., k: -
thirty-flve yean of Law I 1ktj0a t = t ...
Practice in the 1:Dedie-; k.e office ,, I. )., ....,....-r. .. .1' ; d i u't. ,y,:: ._'
building, Attorney C A Avriett Is 't't" '
moving his office to the former 'i"-' "Sr n. .
Strickland Fish Market Building. 01 I'. '

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We-a'U will see you at the homecoming ',.' i '
on Hdday night. The very I ,.. "l- ,
important event will take placeat .4" TimeiSince
the football field when Jennings '.', '"
plays Greenville.
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Rev and Mrs. Charles Rogers t
had visitors from Gainesville Mrs.
Turner and her d lI hter, Alter
::&.0...MII'tees-: ..........tmrch.JheY"\\j ,
to Jasper Methodist to attend the 1' VB
Ventennlal Celebration I' ;'F ren
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'J< A. Scan Sr. If borne from ,
Gainesville ,where ne underwent l 5"
surgery at the Hiliis Miller MeJIcal' 7hl.'
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Center. lie is getting along very 1' "' J'
well and wai t* nappy iw. ..:e nil I ,,' rluu.,. .' -
many friends. ,. ,. 'j ,. '
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Clinton Combaa Home .,... .. ,;. :
EVeryone was very happy: to see tt(:
Clinton Combats !laif! wee at the i ,7
ball game. Clinton has been ill '). ', ,,' :
ir r I, ,nome on a thirty day leave. I "
He is at home with Mr. and Mrs. I ;'f' \
Sidney: Combass. Welcome- bade ;'11 ,. : i9
with uII I ISimon :, ... "
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N. Carver Fuses Away It, 'J' : : "
Mr.! Carver, brother-in-law of "
Mrs J. O. Howell was buried in I
Sylvan Abby Cemetery, C earwst..:I
er, on Funeral Monday! Home with In'James charge.!Mathews Theservices ., ; the day the Kennedy-- Johnson :

were held at the Trinity : :
Method! Church: In St. Peters 0" fo:
burg._'tie.was a native of Pierson ,,, '. !i'J'
Georgia. ,sill' i-
Mr. Carver 80th birthday. Attending' the fun. Administration took over in Washington
eral from here were Mr. and
Joe,Howell end Mrs. Betsy .
: .' MrI'j
Visitors at the home of
E. Hewitt this past weekend
Mr\ and Mrs.. EUott Hewitt and' :
boys, Seth and Bryan. They live In LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENED! -".- .

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Mrs. Rita Stephens was,In town ',J I J ; .\. :'
for the weekend. She Is now living .
in Gainesville. Everyone Is always .. ,
happy to see "Mjss Rita." 1. The Bay of Pigs FARMERS.

Mrs. Charlie Goodloe Is visiting ,.
at the home of,the Johnnie Butlers .
> ., *, The Berlin Wall built
Mi-.. Lillian : was '
and Evelyn Glenn :
; : Don't be Misle d
and Mrs. Irene Bassett of Gretna .. ,:
,Florida+ 'came last week to
.. see Mr..and Mrs.over.J. A. Scaff Sr &gXhe give-away of Laos, which' gives th communists :. ,' .
y ten..of $: .,'
pese.iTadtes-.are. Mrs LOOK AT THESE FACTS:
.. Scaff 'They> all had a' wonderful 'a sanctuary on the flink' ;of South' ,
I time visiting, each other.:

Vk.. -H It ta .AUaaU" < Vietnam. | '. Goldwater ,is 'a Friend of the Family Farmer,

,I;..' The,Johnnie Cutlers and Ivy Klnt > and His Record Proves Itt Here's how' the candidates -
1''' seys went I to Atlanta! last weekendftoyvtslt .. ,
vhar.: husband. Mrs., Mr.Butler'and Mrs.< sister Jamgoj and- r' 4.)Soviet,missiles $secretly placed ''i h ;Cuba; and voted:

iUn.y?: White there the'six of them discovered the essentia '"on site" in-
t fwent.'on a pilgrimage to view the : J. when GOLDWATER' with"the'Fann Bureau position: $6 times
r Uowly coJorama o* fall leaves. : .
?They ,all'were ,thrilled at the 'wontdeful spection demanded, was abandoned.. and opposed 'it only twice.
sight of this change of thefrees Johnson voted with the F. B. 12 times and opposed it 40 times.

.. OfI.. from, green to a coat of many MILLER voted with the Farm Bureau 30 times opposed it six.

), .. -. -.. -- 5. Soviet troops in Cuba-and still there-and Humphrey ted with the Farm Bureau 5 ,times and opposedit

Doings from Jennings HighIf the Air i I 63 timea..'kI lt: will oversee the Department' Agricultureif
: American Forte Navy
and protect- .
you don't watch ojt:: the Goblins! if'I : Johnson is elected.
will It could be .
get you or Witch. ;

So come be to so you good! that na( harm will 6:' ;|!i Jng instead of, blockading communist Castro., WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

The Seniors went by bus to Live marched He's committed to pick Secretary of' Agriculture with close
Oak, on Tuesday to attend College ; cr 6}: The American ;consul in Zanzibar tot a "
1>8)This meeting was held at \t farm ties; says he'd'pick a man with "dirt on his hands.
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Ihe Coliseum. There were other ''' the' dock with at 'his' head. $ .
a ,
schools fro mthls area. The Seniors .. : gun ', On this 1J. sis alone, Goldwater; deserves your
found. Mrs.these Minnie conferences Salver, guidance most'helpful. -'' ':: ''2. ;/ ast o.trained attack Americaiifspld- 'c vote' and support! But there's more!. .. .
teacher and Mrs. Russell Alderman 7. thugs _
class: sponsor went with : : ; HOW,ABOUT REPRESENTATION? Johnson's left-wing Supreme

,the group s .-, i I: ,* :; :',. '' '! ,iers in the Panama Canal* Zone., J>':i' ;," ;, '_ ,: Court decided that population was the only way to pick Sen..

Floats t *"i r ) ,',.. 5 ators and Representatives in THIS state and the admin-
The students have been waking increased four times. istration blocked all efforts to' < an amendment to keep
very diligently on floats which wUl ]' : ,' 8.: Our National debt pass
be seen between the halves Friday '.. ..::.; .ot--, .. #' ./' ,, the states right to pick its own system. This means that they
night. The Juniors and Sophomoresare ; won't be able hear, in Washington next
; even to, us year.
working together, fhey a reusing 9..A dismal breakdown of law and ofter "thru-
a, "Cinderella" theme The : AND THEN THERE'S TOBACCO! Does it make sense to you

r Seniors together.and Freshmen Their theme are Is working "Vic-. :,, :: "-, :' -P'-:out the United States. r ; that we, in Florida, should have our allotments cut because

tory for Panthers." They will havea 0., the Carolina Growers grow large amounts of undesirable tobacco
toolbai'l held and little people rep- that the allows ;into stabilization
resenting "Pirates. and "ranth1 ,' : .' government to go ?
I Ij '" 10.. ,National moral decay triggered by such men
1, en. WHY should we have to have tobacco allotments when the

.(j by The the third J-Club.float On Is this being float decoiated: wUl be in 'high places as Bobby Baker, Billie Sol Es-. rest of the world grows all the tobacco they can produce. Every -

the Homecoming Court. year they produce more-and every year the surplus grows

and The'her Court attendants Is (.ueen, Earline hiainc 'Burn-;.,.. .. es and Walter nkins. *? -end our allotment is cut again. DO YOU KNOW THAT

am, diary .. .. ...., v t. ...... 1 ,# i s ;ANOTHER ACREAGE CUT IS DUE JUST AFTER ELECTION?
sure to
come to the big event t.,
-"Homecu.., "
ng .lday night at .
the f.olkall netd.i J V 4. \

Lake Butler* .Invites. Seniors Mr. President: you accepted your, party's nomination in Atlantic City standing in front of

Tne Lake Butler High School will '.: '. '.. ',I ;
have their Homecoming on Novem sjtheslogan., LET US CONTINUE.
ber sixth. They have invited the

Seniors part In to the send iesu\two..couples...... 'the to take Seniors Mr.. President,.our question is. LET US CONTINUEVRAT, IN WHAT DIRECTION,'lAND WHERE. ? ,

are seeding Not a Ann Nichols, 1
Gloria Jean Smith. Tommy New- l' ,'
'tome and, Seniors Virgil Morgan.! CongratUlations VOTE FOR LAW AND ORDER-VOTE; FOR MORALITY IN GOVERNMENT :Y .

The student body livery excited
about the Halloween Carnival. The
"Juniors have charge of the events 1 '
i *'' which take place in the auditorium. I : VOTE
These consist of the crowning of I :
Halloween King and Queen and .it* ;N ;
i,. Prince and Princess. After this big FOR't
Bi r.. event will be the costume parade.
I. .
f' They' are using for their theme, .
". "Harvest Moon. Kiss Jackie 111i' -
w ers will song "Shine On, Harvest
I' J-, Moon't ant) she will be accompan :
f f.L'i"'" led by her slater, Miss Annaree Itt Miller'
: : en. Miss Mary-Wells" will give a 'Goldwat.er
reading Mr. V. J, McDonald l is .

j j sponsor, of the Junior Class.Tied -
"Y Jesangs la Gamed
', The ,Jeniungs boys played the Paid Political AdvertlMment by Hamilton County Democrats for GoUwater'r'1I"f
County B-Team last Thurs
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Friday October 1964 A --- THE JASPER NEWS '

her Bridge luncheon Cub "Thursday from the N.C. Market. They stopped Mrs. Overstreeet Mr and Mrs. Roy Graham and daughter Virginia I Great duties are before me "
Oct 22 to,entertain Mrs.: Ken in Beldsville to see the Archie John ThIgpen and Miss Jewel Wise from Tallahassee. They all had And great songs.
drjcta,a. visltOTjrotn Hanel LOWlIann -; meD She spoke 'of the InterestMynanTh . Whether crowned or erownlewWhen i.,
-.. ... i'M lunch at Mrs. Lewis' and in theevening .I, die. It.matters not
scouting and the Friends! and relatives gathered
....... ..... ..I.J; '" iectittt>rll+trfp41 'and fatbeihave aMh' court house tqU.Nattemoontorth.unve Saturday they feathered! : : ..the'_home' So as God's will k done"Quotapften
and been taking "sleeping out of Mary'; nahct t&Wtc\t th ( always Acc4)<< J .
Mrs. Bud Carter (Sylvia) of the Lewis Co-hostess .,blttJ ,
son Mack with Mrs. Edel Carter) In tents and bJMng the Appalachian bronze plaque In memory of the .. Uj
are expected to arrive Monday; for Train. They had planned to see late Miss Thelma Lewis manyqftk Mrs! rn'goMg: to'etri )&me knMtfttf(
several day visit with :Mr. and Mamie .LUaM<*itgomery Oldham yetm of Hamilton Co. C1814't.J Mr and A. W.Dedge I OlIn buy it) plum Jetty.t'o'lme ,;
't Mrs. Horace Lewis. but the raJjfPtyiqhe down In buc e .es. kets" BO> she had to do with a telephone The County Commissioners l ,and the mother of Mr*. D'd l breakfast together.
.,\'IrwIe If1- STJ.4II1 Friends-la it some one who i believes talk. ,:. other.officers'were seated near.the home for burial at Ray City Oa. eee.The .
Saturday Oct. 2;
{ In you ,and stands by rightor i flagpole. At the base the'plaquQwas United; States Department 1
From "Man With the bull-nose "I am in love with life in these wrong) Ed and June Montgomery. and I draped! in black. There were to give \\ Agriculture Farmers Home Administrators ;
Plan.' by Jesse Stuart ".. quiet woody ,Or is.a friend an acquaintancethat sons came over Friday. to be here baskets of flowers from the Fla. copy I'm of going Jesse Stuart's a paper back'tb area 1 and 2 had a meeting .
"The multi-colored leaves are t I love to hear the wind blow thru "books no difference of opinion for the Orange Party Jasper ball Association of County Clerks. poetry In Panama City Oct. 20, 21 The
I some ore I love, for Christmas and:
dying now the trees' Friendly today-tomorrow, or not. game and to be at the dedicationof James Y. Wilson Ins..Company and Beach Holiday Inn was headquarters .
Some hanging like'golden'jewels. to And hear the laughing and the ee.e the plaque to Miss Thelma Lewis Mrs. I'm going to make passage* I)ikf. Mr Thomas C. Scro? b s.Supervisor .
at which Mr. Ed. took Mrs. Mary Goodlaw And In that we'll read it anJ
the bough: Saturday way laugh .
talking; Esther Home of Madison has Craig of Jackson, Miss. Wilbur and I of Area 1 host had
And with the wind the pretty leavesgo I I am: in love.with. these deep soli Just returned from an eight: day part.. Foy Tuten Boyd sent a white san- together . vA spared no pains to make this meeting
flying--v; ; I tud. s"F Bermuda. Mr. and Mrs. c/Rev to be planted at Evergreen. no only effective, but cobrful
cruse to
Over fields empty and forgottennow Jesse Stuart The death Mr. Cody Wilson anqua I will go forth 'mong men
I The hotel Is on the beach. Bal-
I see. 'Priest. were her traveling campan- of Atlanta who suffered a heart Rev. Mr. Ed Montgomery of "Net robed in scorn Y

Am. in the wind the bare treetops I "The green briars, sumacs ,and 1 lons. see.I I attack as he made ready to cometo Orange the Park gave. the invocationand nut In the Armor of a pure Intcfit i continued 0'page 6
for the Methcdist Centennlel prayer.Mr
are the goldenrod. The trees chest Jasper
sighing. I pine -
of Jasper Metho
put my booklet i Bob Miller, Clerk of Hamilton
and the Tho cast sadness the
a over
Rabbits have found new drifts for nuts sycamore; dry at the Centennialwith >
dist given Sunday I Co. Court was Introduced. liepresented
sleeping now I destiirbing winds, the floating celebration Sunday Oct 25. '
my Baptist history. Maybe I Mrs. \V. A. Lewis mother
Where briars have caught the cloud,. "All this is Autumn'* ,_ .. get the record of .each The Atlanta Journal Sunday recorded ;DO E SEASON
f can of Miss Thelma (
leaves and held them down, <. I The foregoing poetry is fromJh ? i his death and burial: Saturday !- a certified copy :
'.Also I ,
church here. I'd like that of the order ofiTiermorall/e, Miss fahNOW
Cattle sleep'nM'',beneath,the green pen of Jesse Stuart by Courtesy} ,et in Atlanta
have'the' clipping from the Jasper I:Thelnp Lewis with) the letters and
pine bough Hamilton Wilson
County Library. Rev. Mr. was to have
Newt o' fthe history of the Advent telegrams of officials unable to ,OPEN
When there 1s in the slack e i *
I. .room I been the speaker of the day.
,and mow :'* i *. j I Mrs: Kendrick house. guest of Christian church. Mr. Holmes] the district Rev'l be present. Mr. Miller presented
''> Jesse O1apman'came Satur Mr. John F. Nicholson Clerk of
1 And cattle bed on dad.l leaves.drifted Mrs. J, T. Bridges was entertained > Mri, spoke In his stead. There We Are For
briars :at a buffet supper Wednesday l flay'for;;the unveiling of the visitors from all over Florida. The Court of Mnrlon County and Immediate Headquarters

jl And overhead, day-fifty: skies evening October( 21 at the home of honoring the late Thelma Plaque//organ music was furnished by Mrs,1 past president of the Fla. American Field Clothes
She,and Thehna were Association of County Clerks who Hunting
Are filled with flying::; leaves and Mrs. Raymond Camp. Other hostesses ; : Charlie Rhoden. Charles OCaln,
wfld- wereMrs Horace Lewis. \' / '. . was soloist accompanied by Mm.Marvin ; .
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Mr. Aaron Hunting Vest Jackets
t The birds et night sleep In the Mrs Everette Browne &: Mrs. John, \ Hogan a county communveiled Hunting
J' shocks oTfodder; on rugged hills f Camp ., ,(rs,.villa Leigh came from LiveOakJsaturday O Cain at the piano. and the bronze plaque which Hunting Pants Hunting Bags
attend The little daughter of Rev.
Beside the Sandy.water.. 'Mrs, afternoon to had been Imbedded In' cement at
Ernest! Chandler augmented
I } J Shotgun Cases Hunting
: Mrs. Norman Dooth was baptizedby Caps
the 'ceremony of unveiling the_plaque the ,base of the flag pole.
.... Rev Holmes her name Ange- Shell BeltsCleaning
1 w for Miss Thelrm Lewis Clerk conclusion. Mr. Nicholson quoed'the Game Carriers
of Court for Hamilton County for line Gay. tC following poem Kits Recoil PadsHunting
NOW OPEN so many years. The minister proudly held his "''She-_'was a friend where heart Rubber Boots Boots
see. baby In his arms -- the mother I was good,
Jet close 1$'. Standing with them as Boot <6 ocks Hunting,Packs
bird today with aBoat ;
ifiCourtoy's I saw a Who walked with folks an. \'$ ..-tier
sponsors' werethe maternal grand, '
;,'House He of'browj." ts, fram'Panama The bISCOUNT '
Ice will i l open 'eeee pare City Hers was a smflf folks! )loved to PRICESSpecial ,
congregation tcok part In the ceremony
It was a good day at the Advent see
Friday Oct. 30 for business Next to church Sunday as they celebrated, Hers was a hand that asked no fee New Shipment Plastic ;
!lomecoming. It was concluding a I Rev. Mr. Holmes gave a wel For friendliness cr kindness done. Remington Shot Gun Shells

the Shell ''week of revival meetings at which come to all then proceeded preac And now that she has journeyed on r
Station t .forks of fl29 & 41 time Rev.; Mr. Schoolcraft of Jax an effective sermon. Here 'Is a fame that never ends, r' $1 16, 20, 410 Guage

preached. 'Rev. Mr. Warren is the At the one grounds.oIclocJc: dinner Members was of scnodon other She friends.leaves behind uncounted $l; g ri: by the Box or Case
of the church.
North.Your pastor There were a goodly number of congregations joined in the feast. The strains. of her melodies will 12 Guage and 410 3-inch Shells

Patronage will be apprec- out of town visitors and visitors I hour At 2 of o'clock recognizing there visitors.was a social linger ,. $2i 5,- By the Box or Case
from ,churches came tor'theon Long in our hearts though ,
I Late in the!Afternoon the Quarterly she T
which is
iated. linnet the ground: more gone f
Suits Parkas Coveralls
food it is fellowship. Qs Conlerenoe-.convened She answered the call and took Caps,
I Here is a partial list of the out God's hand Hats, Karoo Snake Protective Leggins, Jeep 4

C. E. ,Courtoy Loraine Kiefer e'eee writer that as .of town visitors: When lie beckoned her com', Join Gun Racks, Insulated Underwear Thermal
.. .... I. Mrs. James Blalock Mrs. Alice
the band.
,they Journey back to Kentucky Underwear, Pistols Cartridges Shot Gun
,-.--..-.- }. Boynton Tumley. Mr and MraLeon ,
Worley, Mr and Mn J. W. Mrs. W A.Lewishad all her Shellsf Rifles, Gun Oil, Wall Gun Racks.
Register:\ Mr and! Mrs. Walter children home 3

What Abi.it' 'ut Civil 3iUton, Prof. |land Mrs. RiShazo, unable to attend Saturday the unveiling except of the Southern Salvage Co.
Rights Mr. and Mrs. M G I ermoij', Mrs. plaque at the Courthouse In memory
Diffenwierth. Mrs J L. Hunter, of her daughter Miss Thelma Le """ARMY
{: t \ -. ta widows of former pastor A, Mrs. :I SURPLUS STORE"II

? Bert Dlffenwierth and hlldcen, wis.Dr.. Earl Lewis I and Mr. Thomas W Ashley,, St ,C Valdosta ,GswChevrolet
cf.lJ.qJjr "olrLwJl1J Mr. and Jrs. Gene1" McKel 'cy. Mr.: .LewIs and families came from.Jax. J
and Mrs. Jf L. Collum, /Mr,.and Virgil from* Orlando, Evelyn ands

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f basis'of race color or creed or any other basis." <.i- .,-...:,...'\\.i \

Los'Angel ,Herald-Examiner.., Aug. 8, 1964 r l : 'i, ,

"J 1 believe completely in vigorous enforcement'of'the Civil Right's

Bill for I believe in majority rule.\ *' 1\-/ : .

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As Senator? In The,Congress of The United ;" ".:, ".- ;TI :. .,

States HE" VOTED : ..

., AGAINST '... .rt '"I!' 'L' ,

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The Agricultural Conservation,Program. : Voted'reduction, of. ,funds, .
I ti' by $50'million, 1953.. :
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\\:0, : ;Feed :Grain program, J,9.41'1. ,. 63, (Congreessional record) 41 ttn tt

n The..bill providing 90 pejxejit! of parity price supports,and establishment f

j of",soil ,bank, 1956.. ., 1 .Ife w t
; Agricultural: Act of 1962 authorizing programs for wheat, feed

\0 grains and expanded authority for' d for peace end Farmers. Home .: '("
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; ; He i is against the present; :farm program which'mcludes, our tobaccostabilization ;

I { .program'and price. .supports.. '.,n,,', \ .I J, t: !t. ...;hJ.t, 'l .i 1'- .- .
t ': He.is against controlled acreage allotments on tobacco. and thinks f.t yyyi I. \ RM aa

'!I. that this should be done on a yoluntary basis. <;n i u.jt ". ; ':

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I If Senator Goldwater: has ever supported any legislation designed

/t to help the farmers: his record as a Senator fails to show it,j'

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What About Goldwaters.Stand On Social Secuity'And s HH *

Old Age Benefits! 1 :. comes in two hinds of pfehups Trim Fleetside

is'HIS > 1I 1\" Pickup (shown above) or handy Stepside Pickup With running boards betwccn -
:, "" ; '." cab and rear fenders. There are 6. or 8&f t. bodies, plus an extra-Iong'

.. Voted against' boosting social security benefits by 10 percent, 1958 : : ,J I 9-ft.Stepslde\body: Floor of heavy wood planting with full-length steel skid

Voted against providing old age medical benefits' financed. by. sac'r' ,strips.. .Tllgate. held iiilfy by anti-rattle latches.
ial security payroll tax 1960. ', -
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\ smeeth lit r. front suspension and You'ietszGmr ,
Voted against Administration' proposal for federal health insurance X : : \

for the aged 1962. ;. brafcesTcfwck: outa: Chevy pickup for your kind ,; i

J AND EVEN NOW. ._ (Ere1eOkGiIotjx, Chevrolet dealer about any typo'ef iruclifW.G.D. <> ;. '
: Proposes a change in ;bur present socfal J security program. tt' wi' ,

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,' ,1, f. A. .l.: ..N.. 421.00J41.ILlrftoIrfk .'PayfavBeartpy, ,?.10.20 Wylma B. WhIte Refund .

: 1tJY $i Mlll ... Salarypayjtble.il Wi .B.-SeajWv ..;..'..*'...... 10-20 ", ....I...........?. 29.51 ;ItI
i j... : y...<<; < : oar 'oof'I'I ).advance for;month,-pf John S.'Padgeti.10.20a J'ack'"I.on.- Expensei attending 4''

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f: ti :. i.S iary'Secu:.To.Ornut .Vac u.OIf a'J"nJll A D. c: Bond'\ .452.00 j I Indlg nt' ..)(r...<...... 12.00
t' Society to general 1. and three terested in, the best and proper ...........>............. 24-79 I' Lots.... White,(Spring* Ins.'.Agency IM.'< r It*
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,',: 'institutions In have ; : ROAD ABRIDGE I ,
pardcular: a development of Cfctli 8.33
, every child: JIT any NIL WUliaina,Salary yard; upkeep > I Lee;"...;. ..... 15.00 Pnm',( ) r
J. common' coal in"working trr 'he given community. It is Ufe rare ......... ,;.;....; ... 4L57 Eva ::8rDtd l&OO MiUIgan Office Afachim Co.,; Off.; Salary A, Overtime Road Erofloy, r .fi t "
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best ,. Ale Mae Staltli, Salary Clerk T.CiOfllce -J.;':'; ."" -'Mach: ..&.Aaae.. 330AnnCMalpag Sept. 15 Jo,Sept.'30 -
po >lq development of chit: minister I indeed jc< the rare par* : I t, MWer..12.00 Rep ?
} ,' dren. These batitdOotm. *r* M ents, indeed .or the f rare teacher., : ....f;............ 7807sKemeth r Mrs.Mrs Frank Rome Cooper 15: ."" Refund Port. 10.00' W. D,Stewart ........ 16&135.47*> and I am neighbors sincerely for grateful their to friends visits
Bfll Norris .. many
: home the church ant, the adnol.s indeed that doe not have a (true Daniels Salary Expo'OJ..Sen1ce Jimmle Candy'' ....1000 State Road Dept Purchase; of 124.22 and other Kind acts
t durjtagrmy
Officer.:;..... 150.91 ; Maps ...:./..... 1500 Alex ,1\fatJ ;
4 Institutions are composed 0: pecp4 ebgkIMerysv) ) in fYery..d1Ild'withwhich Bessie IIoDoway 12.00 Ruben'Daniels 12792 recent illness. Also I thank the .
In the home find the father aa3 he Or she in Betty R. MJcell .Salary Cleft T. A.I 1 Annie Mae 10.00 J R. MIler Clerk'a Coat in Court ....... '
Whitaker 109.27O'Neal
we ccm: contact or Vhrll William Doctor and Nurses of Hamilton
Office ...... ... .. .. Work Miscel, Income Co. Reed.
the mother; in the churn w! finc"1the' for whom one I, anyway responsi- William Vet. 121.661 i Mary Cox 10.00 Qoolsby 112.27 CD. Hospital for their services.Mrs .
Kyser Salary and refund for postage stamp
minister, .the Sunday School ble.There is, of course, a different Charlie Goolaby SaL Jan. .187.90 Carline Mitchell 10.00 on recd and di!'ch. fees 5i2.00I Norman Douglas .... ..1.124 OZJ' Mae Miner
teacher and the youth and I!relationship between the child Mrs. Henrietta Craig 10.00 1''.. Reeves .......12'1.92
I worker and Julian Wood Salary C.. D.
I 12 ,_ Julian Wood Exp. t' end. C. D
in the school we find the administrative the church worker or teacher from Director .................. 113.31.j:F.Mrs.Kenneth Katie Tuten Bass FieldExp. v I meeting: *........105.25 Emery Stone Gratrtham:.. 9777Israel 88.77
machinery and the teacher. I that'or the parents Here we have F Kenneth Then Oomm. I. 416.66 iThe Jaspr News Adv printing, RussellVMta 8207 'J...W. Darby plumbing camp 26.50
AD of these peole are genuinely in- that parental office Auto Parts Equipment
nature, Hove, instinct 'Commisionerf forms furl 166 j 115.47 Jasper
Hilton Westberry
4 I i Expense,County' ........
.... 6.25 ,Southern Stationary Prinln"! Co. ...... 34.69 parts .v" .. 4L37"
Aaron Hogan .......... :: W. S: Jackson Supplies
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or whatever other terminolzy we Lawton McCulley .......... 6.25 ,I Rec. Supplies Jennirzj. 13000 Kirby Hunter .......' 114.48 The J. O Burch Co., 5.78
III might ,use tq describe parental I "Guy McGhin. .............. 6-251 R R. Smith Refund for supplies & Randolph Turner ......j... 8987! Ratliff Motor Co. Parts &
Public ..... ....... ., ...
Announcements 1 oare and authority over the child. Groover Wheeler ,.'........ 6.25, labor repairing: vote boos, 151.85 John Ponds 1018' Repairs 818.86

Certainly here is the strongest and Jack Vinson................ 6.25 (IJ, O. Burch Co. Material for rep. Vernon Mocre .... 9657 The Langdale_Co. lumber 1.936.20
' vote houses ............. 28.08
I .. 9637
YVn Ooolshv
the Retirement ,
interest in
. most dynamic care Q) Off. A: Employees Work Ring: Power Corp. Equipment
INVITATION FOB BIDS Jk complafat kae been filed In the ...... 107.49Socla'I F. B. Harrell Ins. Prem. John McNeil .
Fund ... .
and development of the child Most "'''''' 1 I parts & major repair 3,079.48
FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL i I above and each(yled of you oar.are aaatact hereby you required Ton often it is the mother who expresses Sec. Acct ........,... 59.57 : Comp. 2568.92 RaY Miller *. 303.77tb. ',Hoppers Co. Inc. Lumber 251.12

\. Felled propoaal from renertl contractor to file your anwer or other pleading tape keenest Intreat In this Colonial Life Ins. Co. ........ 3.00 ,Dept Public Safety Radio.....Service. 1300 Off A: Emp. Retirement Fla. Power Corp. ..,......... 49.40
r will be rece4ved by the HAMILTON with the Clerk of th. Circuit CourtIn ;. Blue Cross-Blue Shield ...... 6670 |i Sheriffs office Sept. Fund 190.40 Sandlin Auto Parts oil
COUNTY BOARD Of and for Hamilton Florida, matter.. However this does not forego Jr. Refund
::7'o Federal Reserve Bank H. 3rd i I Isaac chandler Social Security 165.56 I' .......,..........
LIC IV8TRUCTION the BITPr and to nerve a copy or detract.from the genuine Interest W. .........4.00 repairs 81886
BROWN'I ....... ... .. 49080'! Expenses Blue Crosa-Blue Shield 92.00 .. ..
ICOUSK.INT) NDENT.a JASPER.OFPICK FLORIDA, R-1 I tlffi NORRIS.AND attorney BltANNOV VOCEXLE. TATE that the minister or the tea. quarter ? Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Coat A; Colonial ute Ins Co. ........ 6.00 Junes Ice Co. .. ....,... 6.60'
Town of Jennings Rent-Health
: S:" p.m. Tuesday. November IT, .. JoXCIIANO" BANK BUILDINO. cher might have In the proper development 1 Fees .,. 505.12 Federal Reserve) Bank W. H. 3rd WIse' Drug Store sup. ...... 6.68
Office 2000Bud .
: for 8OL1DATFD the eonnlrurilon of A NEW COUNTY CON' ,LAKE the CITY I0th day FLORIDA of November on or 1011.and before .. o, tthe child. In. fact ;t.d..n; ; i.ii;; th. I I I Hugh F. Moore, Radio Repairs quarter ...../.1. 70650 I Shands Materials& Baker. Inc. Road .

JUNIOR IJk.ur HIGH BCHDOL.iAaPER. *I If you fall to do mo a Deere Pro Oils: very interest on the part of all Offlc ;;;..h.............. 2000'' Sheriff's Office 5.92- No. Fla .Telephone Co;.. Moody.& Sons
: HAMILTOV Coafe* o will b* entered.ga lnnt you of O. Burch Co. Misc. Supplies for Camp ...... 29.40 M. D. : Inc Rental.
in the best possible development
COUNTYI, State Treasures Ind. HOst
FLORIDA. At the time )for the relief demanded In the Complaint County j I'11.Ct. House }.69 Cburtoy's Oil ........... 2.20 agreement .............. 792.00
noted above* thepropoeele will, be the child: without full and complete Ser. 4th quarter .......... 962.50 Utilities Ct. H- There being no further business
publicly opened and rend No a Thl. nlt".broulfM by OWENS- understanding of all 'concetnedmay State Treasurer! Health Unit Con. Cay of Jasper, Lewis Motor Co. Equipment ,
teneton of the bidding period will be ILLINOIS aLA 8 COMPANY Col Co Act 19.80. Parts 4.65 before the Board said Board adjourned .
a corporation -
in Sept :..........:..i:.*.. L013.91 I I
; and often does result misunderstanding :'
mad. ora-aclied and ealalng unday Pat.General, Office Eqp. Co Office Wilson Auto Parts. Inc. until November 4, 1964 for
W. T .Edwards T B. Hospital
Ulddlna document may be obtain.ed the law of the State of forthe confusion
. Ohio among: 28.99 their regular meeting instead of
LACKET and ..... 243: .75 Supplies Equipment parts 21.44
1 from the office of S5EB V purpose of pkrtltlonlns the oil care Aug Sept > : i i I
ARCHITFCT. Sit NORTH I ca and mineral rla-bta ta, under and those who are seeking: to help the Hamilton County Bank August j The H &; W B Drew Co. Office Western Auto Supplies .... 21.24 .November 3. 1964 which conflicts
TOOMUS. VALDOSTA nEORQIA. upon the folio win* described land In child. This points up the.nec.8ltY': Exchange ....,.......,. 155i I Supplies '...... .r./ 40.64 E. C C. Browne Co. Supplies. 67.98 with the,date 'o fthe General Elec.
Application for docnmente toaetherwith Hamilton Cnnntr. Florida towltiTOWNMinP for keeping open channels: of communications : thins Braswell T. C. Comm.,40956North Farmers Implement Co. Sup 2.80 .tion.
a depoalt of |50 per Ml ehouMb I NORTII Suwannee Valley Elec. Coop.
, filed promptly: I'wmebrfeo:! RANOK IS EAST at all times betweenthe Utilities Rec Park .......... 2.00 Fla. Telephone 189.2\ I Valdoeta Machinery and Supply Guy McGhin, Chairman '
-k tect Biddfnar flection til WH of 8WU home the church, and the Fla .Power Corp. .Ct House and Hamilton Co Bank Sept. Exg. 787 Co. parts and rep. ........ 63.90 Attest: J. R. Miller, Clerks I II II II It
:.. .::= _
t", warded ehlppln char e collect a. Section III) Rft of SKI\ NE, % Of 1 _
r'' noon a* poeelble' Bfc-Wl school If the best Interests of the Col Co Agt office ..,.......204.93
l''.{., The full amount of deposit for one Section II: KBU!:! child are to be served. r Southern Athletic Service Inc Rec. I|
tit of document will b* refunded toy' Section 14t N-t of NWU .
We recently ran across a lime: Supplies Jasper ...A..... 249 25 |
who nubmlt
each general contractor .
Said I
land containing, t2l a"m.more .
a, boaa-fid* bid upon return of cam* or lice: that quite vividly portrays Lane Bullard Refund Ow: of, i,I EASYCLEANTEFION
It 1 In good eondilki within thirty: ($0)) and'for the purpoiM of dividing the poem between the home I I Plat ........,..............-.6.001|I
this relationship
day after'th. date of openingblda., proceed of the isle trereof. In the I Coroner' Juror !
.t,, ed All with other deduction depoelt' will,approximating b* refund 'vent of a Court.Thle ale. I*,mad*. pursuant to'ord.r and the school. We would like Jo i,F. Kenneth Tuten ..,.,....... 5.20 I IHary I s FRY PAN

N' oo.t.t reproduction document Order and Notice'. nhal) b* share it with you. T. Reid .......i........ 1020 v tor permitting us to make OFRE
upon return ef lam In'food condition publlahed In the JASPER NEWS, a I "Whose Child"? ''Wlflard Godwin ............ 10.20
within thirty (10). darn after nowepaper of general circulation Whose Child is this? I asked once I Lloyd Register ............., 10.20 != HOME HEATING SURVE*

; I date Contract of opening If awarded bid ,will b. on a florid published, once I. Jaaper.every.Hamilton week for County four day, 'Clyde R. Payne ..........., 10.20 I
G lump corn bajla No bid may bet concecntlv- kt. I Seing the little one at play Roy McDaniel ....,........, 10.20
withdrawn fors period Of thirty-five' DOVE AND ORDERED at Japer *- the Mother with a tender D. W. Peterson ............... 5.20
c ; lyf after time ha* been called on Florida thl Itth day of Octob Mine said F. Kenneth Tuten ..,....... 10.20 t
j the,date of opening BId. must be i.r. n... smile. ENJOY rilE WARM COME.ORT Of AHIPGAS
.... 10.201 l '
accompanied by a bid bond In an I J. R. Miller little while Robert D. Lucas ,...,
Mine to keep a ; ;
4 'IM amount not leei than 1%; of thebaa. Clerk of Circuit Court
bid. Both a performtnc and I Hamilton County, Florida' To bathe his hands and .comb: his.
.., pnyment bond will be required In (Real 1 of the Clerk of Circuit Court) hair : '
I an amount equal" to IM*& of the t Oct. SI, 10, Nov 6, 11 "CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
'" contract price. Jo tell him what he is. to wear; .
\ The Owner r.eerree the right to I NOTICE OF BID To prepare toy him his daily food r.r M
dC reject any or all bids and to waivet.chniealfla n ., ,
and Informalltle. Notice' In hereby given that theBoard To train him that he may' be true .e SURVEY f
of County Commlaaloner will Our FREE.IIEATING
j JI I *
". e OP t 1.t.tTtJg.1: : : receive' netted bide until It:*t a'clock and good will show bow little it costs
("Clrd 1I.>tI.r; 'Chairman. a m. on November 4, 1164 for the following ""Whose Child is this I asked you
BT Harry T.,Reid.Cnunty ; equipment.New to install an LP-Gas central
fVhool Superintendent Tractor onovel not lea than again to fit home
Oct. 1', si, /..Noy, .. I I 'd. 8, A. E. rated capacity General As the door opened and someone heating system your
purpose bucket, to handlematerial. "' came In. I ,andYou famJr' needs;.LP-Gas...l'
IN' THK' .CIRCUIT averaging foot Ibaper Did know that after full provides. warmth throngh t
ruble yard Tutored Hrdraulla Mine to keep for just a little while x I
THIRD JlTT>JCJAL CIRCUIT Uhas been attained,. you
IX AND FOR HAMILTON, ifitem. Three speed powerahifl To teach him how to be gentle and grow 4 (, your home, eliminates drafts!! And '
*: : trnnimlaeion. Four wheel S in:stature at the
4, COUNTY. FLORIDA. .; start clnldng ,cold
automatically. Fiicneua
drive. kind spots, t
I'Ianetery type axle* Four f ; ;
IN CHANCKRTOWKNSILIJXOm wheel air I .. ,. rate a most. a half inch every .
f nr vacuum ov. .h for FREE'Teflon
{ [ train and direct his dear little today your j
draultc brakes. Mechanical' park I tTO 20 ) That the 4i "
aa..Ohl"eorpnration Ins brake .haft Power.teering | ; ; fry pan'an Home .Heating.
; on prop. oil ,.Jlic ,debt.*dds up toilligitperIK.W :
i .( :: -I'lalntlff.TL Four IT.t.IS IS ply To help him to'live by the golden .. Survey .. ,
? : .. ? .
BfUTIIOASTEhN PETROLEUM ttret Powered by dleael engine* rule ; .. .,, wi.
th a. recommended by the menufc are not expected. ofh J y.aY4s.
COMPANY a CUorjrte:,Corporation facturer,111ry-Type Air' Cleaner. And the best he i .y
> to get very. can y1i
L. That the
.t ,
.. tra Japan?. T ._
Mix-nine have :
: : etD''II'- t* not leas thak from school." I y : Lf.eLw "'t" -.4t"o
IleO lb.. Jlftine X>r IOU Ib*. ope-1 f f By. parlor in the nation Mr.. +:dQ
{ :1' PggPJ1'oj.t:: :nAND rating capacity! u iihown onmanufacturer i'"Wholse Child is this! I asked once ft ir Phlladephlc '
I I' tlpe door > k SUREGAS '
and all tandaril <
j ,
SIN THB NAMB $2.9'5 \
OK THE more
I FLORIDA equipment The above to he I(I Iahown I [:c In >863T *v,
by manufacturera *peclflcatlona 'Just aa the little one entered the LUT71M .
TO TUB DEFENDANTS SOUTH. It a. astounding an the 'IISTALUT'OI (Div _of Green's Fuel of Fla ,Corp)
EASTERN .PETROLEUM COMPANY TRADE IV I J door. f Me Inc'fa' ) ., CfNt tQPPO ITU fwnexewith .t
nation ebt how much moaey : .. .
Y a Oeorala. -
*Oeorrlat?... th.corporation.* and unknown craalee helra Valdosta. of Fred deleratee ,. Each, with llldder'I .conalderatlon" In stale price ,net.raen J[I I Cws as said, they the did mother smile.. and teacher f V apes ally 00 )poor, dlsap- '<"':.r'r: .hnt..in.....li.f heat mm. ._* .. -",Jasper( ;:Phone 7D29\\UIn "

In n
ef T Tractor fOr'lr.d.,1 and even dlitrnctlve
Q 8COTT deceaeed, the unknown ,And each took,a hand of the dear pointing \\1
Hide b
y helri.' devta.ee, leynfee and crams Clerk of KT Circuit* filed hi tile J cleaning land Uundty.: here at ; \
Court or before little
on child.
of >
eee klERLB aCOT?. 4..d tti* ten o'clock. November t. it4. I 'M8P [ LAUNDRY Ic CLEAN- '
unknown heir, devleeen. lacale** aad Our to love and train together
The Board ;
1 rranteee of JAMES DRlMIV RCtfff, the County, ,'' ING, J PER you are guaranteed -
ere rherved be :
fight to reject to our task forever. '
; whOei. : FRED TURNHR SfWT, or all.,bide. pat Ject work!: that la depend :
last known I. The noblest work that has
l iliiA, .
BOARD COUNTY COM the finest maMe -
able on
Oklahoma, every
living. and If dead, hi
*I MIHH10NERH! HAMILTON been given
I' unknown helri' effort and
d.vl. terlaleI time-
an ..rant... ".? *. P. MIRRITTP., fOUNTT, FLORIDA I For of such Is really the Kingdom .
p. Boa J.t Miller-Clerk periahab w at low cot.i'1 '
1202, rl.
Klljore. Tn. October it it of. Hen.. EELLQW CITIZENS OF

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Ce .f" il\ .Eabn'I O'nj November ,1 964 will.officially mark the end of my tenure '.\

;- '"' ''' \ ] ,. | h j oJ':'i, aa your Representative from Hamilton County,..uxthe>. Florida Legislature '':

;, .. ,_. thus ending an epochal era in"my life-'--a full and wholesome t

; Swift: ) t i realization of an ambition dating, back to,the days of my very early i i.

.) "' { ; CenterA youth. My always ardent desire to live with;'by and for my fellow man t.

e' \ V'" ...., ,\C' : -.,. .' : in the traditional American,way of.lifc,and,to sharean active.part,in I ..,. :;
... .
upholding its basic principles is an endowment, handed down from :
TflBnk' \ tJ :
n v !
__ Nat: .i JnnHn B Cr f,' A I'nit* 'f ,;aj eNRaMNHB Jft u.a/%.f my paternal grandfather the late W. w: McAlpin who was elected1 .1

1 887 to represent Hamilton County in the'Florida Legislature and was .

FOr Sift i"" : fertilizermm perpetu ted throughout the years by my father, the late J, P. McAlpin "'

,: ;* who ran unsuccessfully for the House seat in 1910. .t' 3Ik


Fourteen years later in 1924, I launched my' first political s :

campaign likewise to represent my local people as their representative

'. < AND PESTICIDES in the lower house. At that time, father like son, I was defeated by'the i .

late Honorable I. McCall who '
J. served two terms. His,successor in ,

office for two terms also was the, late Honorable Carnot Stephens. )

Their tenures were succeded by the Honorable F. B.. Harrell, and the, l'

Honorable C. A. Avriett who ably represented Hamilton County for ,J
Complete ]line of Fertilizer Red
I .
I : Pas- i five terms and one term respectively ,. < .

turgro, Certified :Formula and Blennjor i Then again in 1944 ;with a continued eager zeal to serve -: N

,Tobacco ; and with a courage undaunted I ran again and was elected and > I. ;.

;' _.' I have been favored as,your elected choice to serve you since that time .",:'.

lEEDS '*) 'j j from term to term. To have. shared an humble part with all those ," "

-Methyl Bromide .and representative':"citizens in their several 1
L Applicators. respective capacities, who. :i t;: y,
I throughout those intervening years have directed the welfare, the :: '..,

Polyethylene] ] 'Tobacco.CoversP progress and the security of our nation our state our county and our t .
; ,;.
community has been to me a dream come true. "

j .. .
I % __' ._ Always, I shall be mindful of the fact that it has been my loyal '

> II fellow citizens who have made these .
things possible for me and to, i:
them always my' humble gratitude for this memorable
life chapter in my :,,/ >... .:

; { i'
1 : : :

I r .I rr d With my continued unending allegiance to my DEMOCRATIC ",.A '.

PARTY and ,the_ principles for which true democracy"stands and to f" .

J each,and every one of my fellow citizens, my interest and endeavors f.(.

f1 e1'.' \ ti t I I.P shall continue for the mutual welfare alt! 'Jt k

,. .:.,.. :.:.'..;:.;.. To the Honorable ) ) '
.:; Payton Bembry Democratic nominee for ,;: ,

the office to succeed me- "Bo V oyage" with my heartiest good will .. '

{:- Complete Line of f Feeds & Minerals .4.. Sincerely, f.i.'::\',-:' .

':', ', ..** ".. J. W. (Joe) McALPIN ", : ,;

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'D. .nn'k 46 n'4: ,for, $1 BLACK '\, r L;; 7 Rib_Rib End LB.
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6 oz. Jar Tetleys ...... ,glgC 4 OZ.CAN A9: c'n. "k 3' 9'I

NIBLET- 12 Or. Can
'CORN: 2 R3'7c I PERT 200 Srb'2gc' t'SLtcGED CUT

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.; COfte' oicone more'food order$5.00 or> ,+2[0M e i e; : _.
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Silas ,
:' Mayonnaise FIRM 'T'UmitonewitHOO -::" _
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PAK fXo 4 UmitonewithS Bananas.LB. .1:0.: c:
food order. .
or more :r
J.__ or more',food order I ..' I

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7" 9' 5 c REG.ROLL_..._..._... 29 c :

M .K ; C $ g.lnlmn '1 DUTY HEAVY"'_...,...? 59c CRISCO O ,'I'I':L 24.Ee: ;'::a9ICLimit
one with $5.00 nr more food order
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j jh went from the 1st Baptist. Rev. Sgt .and Mrs. Joe Olljneuk of out America'in 1 )observing the annual PUBLIC NOTICE i J.R.E. Lee'sAdministration '. ,I I[HALLOWEEN 'CARNIVAL '
\ John Hutchinson: gave e! most searching New",sYork.. New Jersey, were can to prayer and self denial
I ," 811 talk. guests on the weekend of Mr. and for home and ,overseas I missions. : AT WHITE SPGS. '''"
f'ft f'4 . Mrs. Benton Smith., Joe;. who is projects.'" IN THE THE THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COUJITOf ; I i l .
:' .8 .OliRSJttJ Mr and Mrs Robert Looper are with the.Air Force is a nephew of >f AND FOR !, M ** The 'wNt"Sprinp Halloween .
\ 1 the proud parents of a little -son, Mrs. Smkh. This service was held in the sane "')HAMILTON'" COUNT. rIlf ,.' ,' THE *EAt, GOLDEN RILE: 1'Camlva Twill bo held October 31. ;
If at\ gl -* . 7WRtnA. I' old basketball, court. DIN
f c.s .--' a.r I Daniel Christopher born Octdber vary at 3:00. Mrs. Hannah Bland CKANCERTRUMCfD I the football '. I(on the .
10 19. The arrival of tk* little boy gave the devotions and introducedeach : M.\ BRA IVOR A NO, I ;Every boy on team I ferent grate and. crganizationa
',"" o .' twnunued from '*.. II. was announced at the sendees of Sue Just Couldn't'Sell speaker.. Miss Becky Lewis ,PUIatlff. expected to:'give his best 'for thehonor will let vp booths and sell'thing Y :
!.e \ the First Baptist Church where the played the organ durin gthe silent GRRALDIXB: -- '' of oUr school-and above all I such as balloons, cakewaUu. penny
conies over looked the waters,of parents are members. The Addle Her Calfby meditation, then she played the FAT I....BRAfGRAKU.NOTICB ....... I'I pitching and spook house A radio '
the Gulf. Coffee was served the Green Sunday School Class presented piano for the group John. TO DICII'ICND to show good sportsmanship play and turkey'will also be given away.,
_., last. afternoon on the oeach. in his honor a blue carnation Vlrgie Ib man Speakers were Mrs. Lewis, IV TIIN AMH" AXI> RY THIS AtTIIORITr : ing a clean game. Since our foot. The activities win be started off by ": "
Mrs. O. C. Ratliff and Mrs. Shelton OP THID MTATM OK 11'1,0- Halloween parade. A chicken
These places were represented In Rev. Canova Patsy the and a half old bail a
: vase year team has
a pretty Hll" TOl bKllAlDIVU! FAY not been scored upon ,
Ala. said for the baby and his Aberdeen heifer was a picture of Lewis.A Ilel.itnuaYD. eve Atmor Bonifay;.FJa. ChlpleyCrestvlew. a prayer ; '
t : H..j t in four contests 1t is necessary to' fifth( and sixth grade of Miss Mildred I, .
De Funlak, Milton, Mar I parents. Afterward the, carnation bovine beauty, as she arrived Fair last at special offering was taken and .W..I._ -\ ......Teaat..ea BUI ., (.'..1.1.* ... .* re-ejnphaize the golden Shiver beginning at 5-00 in
the Suwannee rUle.
ianna l was carried to the Loopers. County made for work .... flle.. .. .. ",
Jasper Live Oak Madison, many prayers were In tkU Co t .1." Ton school cafeteria.A
. week end her Sue Jones, .. .
owner repel .1. '_.... ...
in various missions projects.The .18.
Quincy and Tallahassee. en Can you name any area of life program will highlight the eve.
was rightfully proud of her. ........
o nereor to
Going from Jasper were Mr The Wesleyan Service Guild met She had been born on the Wise offerings will help to estab ...,.... oiiifl nro_.,pl.I.. .. .. before,r in which this is not need. tng In the school: auditorium' start" t ,.
John- fish a pension fund for national .. .......... .... -expected
Lumbey and Miss Effie Dedge. October 19 with Mrs. Myron farm and professional for nUt day % lt M. in gat 8:30, featuring the Kitchen
given care
workers in full-time church-related .1..1.. ,. .....' ,. -demanded! Can
members I W. J. Wi. Jr M think
son. There were eight you Band from Columbia City and the
by young Sue who fed her properly work Onfc. ..w...... (....,. '! .,
and for retiring KUrlda.
e. Ellavtlle present. Mrs. Henry Vickers led brushed her every day and thor- service also I PlntBtlrtti. A......'. S thereof.rlmf .i i of anyone who would not like to be crowni't of the Prince and Prin-
TTw Vann reunion Mexico rep
at (,the program on Th World ,Day of oughly groomed her each week. ers In India Japan Korea llerreo Pro (...._ will .. entered .1'called a god sport? cess. The ones competing for this
State Park Sunday October 25 was and the Philippines. .. ., ,
Prayer i My I She was a beauty. She was .1. r are: Sixth Grade Joan Prady and
honoring the 82 year old father a e ,. halter broken at the very t rstt. Ele Home missions projects bene- C'1.'rIJ;: tNf m' hand and the off(- Sportsmanship in its ultimate Charlie Law; Fifth Grade Lea
this ,
Mr. IL O Vann. All the children I Dr. J. R. Bruce: and Jim Black Ye -ye&Nld Sue looked good herself ] fitting froze the 4fferings are remodeling Hamilton County Court Florida at this Ja.per the form can be called the Golden ,Ona Vickers and Ricky Beau-
except one and there ere// eleven spent: ,part of the,week fishing on -dressed in beige jeans, pin. and repairing mission flrf dir' of October, 1>.4.J Rule. Perhaps you have seen an champ; Fourth Grade Debbie
F, were present with their families the coast-a trip they take ever I stripe shirt of bergundy and white buildings in the U.S., such as retirement Circuit R. illLLKK.Court: Clerk of Interpretation, of the Golden Rule Conner and Randy Ogburn; Third
of Hamilton '
Grade Jerri Chasteen and Kenny
..' f and families' families and friends, 'M often Jim reports they caught and tan boots-her Mack hair molded homes for missionaries County Fla.. by Alice Joneii. I as given by religions other than. Altman; Second Grade Ann Tom-
100 trout. around her face and a clip and deaconesses women and i91A/.1: bepuir Clerk: the '
speckled young Judeo-Christian In Buddhism
there 125 !in all one.
were keeping it in place. 01. SO, ( ,. las4 llnson and Johnny Dicks; First
children, schools an dhospitals.The v.5.12,1 :
t It Was a great day and the father The rule is that the stock exhibits !: we read, "Do not do anything | Grade Diane Carver and) Kevin
f was well pleased. Miss Lucile Hart and Miss Jewel are up for auction THEN it was special need in 1964 Is the to others you would not want someone Mongani : I
Mr. Vann was twice married tho Wise were over Monday evening that owner Sue realized that she rebuilding of the Jesse Lee Home to, do you." That's only( the i JUDGE' John 11. McCormick
first wife, mother of 6 of the I from Mayo fop a short visit. wouldn't be taking Patsy. home for children in Alaska- destroyed' by I HELP STOP .. negative part o the rule. A positive honored the Ninth Grade Civics
; Mrs. Clarence Howe oLive Oak
Miss Tatum whose( with! her: !if thine went. as scheduled an:earthquake. I approach Is to "do to others as Class and guests Monday October
: children was visited relatives ,here Sunday ..t.I I
sue tjaflce -she just was not I MALICIOUSWOODS you would have them do unto you." 26, with //an interesting talk on Flo-
J" father was a pioneer preacher InK 1 (lernoon.S. going td sell her,calf* There were I A wealthy man visiting luxurious I rida Courts. The guests included
Florida. The second wife Miss Mrs. Paul D. llillhouse; Harold
'I tears a-plenty. The authorities 1. BURNINIV
hotels in the West Indies where
I Thomas Is the mother of 5 children. Mrs. J. 1. Hunter of Monticello went Into a huddle 1 -made an exception ,:r. jj i,:Vickers and Warren Hogan.
there I immense
was wrote
I here for the Methodist Cen poverty I White Springs School was host
s was for Sue and for one .other '
"" Mr. 'and Mrs.: Cortez Jenkins and tennial. She is the widow of the young lady of like mind. OIITUAME. I IU home saying that the only way 1, to a Supervisor's Convention on
one could enjoy this trip was to Wednesday October 21. The meet-
I Rev. James L Hunter who pastor- Sue didn't do so badly tho. She
Mrs. Irene Jenkins and Mr and
< I1 realize that, the conditions were ing was at the Stephen Foster
for nine
ed this Methodist Church had $100 from Hamilton
,," Mrs( 'Leo Oxenctine all of Jacksonville a Funeral services for Herbert H. I Memorial with lunch served
: not his Many people! at the
Mrs. Hunter for
years was a guest I County Bank $10 Patsy's being McGhin 88 .were held Thursday: responsibility. school.
1 came over Saturday to visit |iof Mrs. Graham Black from Satur- born and raised at home.and $7.50 U -1 I afternoon at 4:00 p.m. in the chapel aren't likely to excuse the wealthy j 1 i i. STUDENT COUNCIL, ,
the kinfolks the Cecil Vanra and iday until Wednesday. The Hunters ;for the red ribbon. of Harry T. Reid Funeral Home.. man's attitude .but our attitude I I Mrs. Mildred treated sponsor the
Jenkins. They all had supper with had two' children-both Willie and Sue and Patsy are well content HOLLIS W. KH.PATRICKr ,Mr. McGhin a resideent of Jasper, would not be too different. We'are Student Council Young to a skating party
Mrs. C; Jenkins who returned with !(Mildred started to school in Jasper I now at homeW.S.CS... Hollis W. KilPatrick, 71 resident I died Wednesday morning, Oct. 21 in in a position to help more, but we 1 Friday night!: in Lake City. This
them to Jacksonville for) a short and both graduated high the Suwannee County Hospital. it off .
of White died shrug excuse i was enjoyed by all who attended.
\ S. !I school here-valedictorians of their f fI TO MEETThe Springs Wednesday I Mrs.'Joe Price, Margie and Dor- I
". I saying I it is not cur responsibility Reporters Paula Allison
/ I I '' night at his home In White Springs.
'classes Willie Is medical Doc
a thy :Matthews accompanied at the
t' W.S.CS. will Mon That Sue llillhouse
meet on Florida Survivor: include his wife wealthy man was obeying
visit.The tor in Montlcello and Mildred lives
piano by Miss Sharon
: quarterly Association of the with her husband Lawrencein day, November 2, at the Educa- Mrs. Mollie Waldron "Abide Sapp"sang "Don't do anything to aniyone you II .
.. Happy two songs with Me and
Suwannee Assoc. of VV. M. U met New Smyrna Beach. Mildred's tional Building. Mrs. She'ltonLewIs White Springs,' one., Kl1p&tricrc.1 "Where We'll 'Never? Grow Old." would not want done to you." He' '. "
will be hostess. Mrs.
In Live Oak Tuesday oldeest son, Jim Lawrence is study Lewis will bring the John The Kilpatrtcfc. Iaendiit, Active pallbearers were O'Neal may have beer." doing things you ,
There were 7 of the Baptist Churches I ing to become a Methodist minis- will study. moving to White Goolsby Horace Goolsby, Isfoen and I don't He was paying taxes |
meeting begin at 3:30.
in Hamilton represented Eight ter. : I patrick: live din Memphis Tenn. Tomlin, Frank; Matthews, Bin Stewart and owning stock In factories that j I
R I I METHODIST WOMEN'S Charlotte N. C. He was a "I and Deward: Holton. Honorary serve people. Many of us haven't ADVERTISINGPAYSIN
t I of World War 1 .and served fc
pallbearers were Jack Vonson, realized there Is a ,duty of owner- | v
PRAYER AND SELF- the U. S. Navy In the North Grover Wheeler Aaron Hogan. BobMiller. ship.
He was a member of the Presby-, Arvel Drury John Hendrick .
DENIAL PROGRAM trelan Church. Funeral services :
LEtI JVMO& Mrs. C. B. Harrison Spiritual will be held end Kenneth Tuten. You and I should take a positive
Friday 3pm in Rev. F E. Day .assisted by Rev. THE JASPER NEWSEDITORIAL
I Life Secretary had charge of the the Riverside Cemetery In White I Sam Warren, officiated. Interment attitude toward:: the Golden Rule
program last (Monday, at the Methodist Springs Interment will be in the was in Evergreen Cemetery> in rather than negative. We must
Church. We'were' joining with Riverside Cemetery. Harry T Reid Jasper. T. Reid Funeral practice real ,sportsmanship and
w Stick your head in out \1,700.000 Methodist Women through Funeral Home is,in charge ,'Home was Harr, arge. A,' I select something. to.do and DO IT.

ii front door and for I 1 =--== == '-.r'*. ,
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yourself that you'll al y '
ways win when you I '

come to us. Come in f 1,

E t now-we'll show ;

I.(!' \ \ how What Is The REAL Issue? q '.,1 b .

SEE OUR CENTRAL .. ..,:...." ,-. \, .".,' ... ,, .,
t', f .A HEATING BARGAIN In this present\ampaigD: ,we hear, many issues-Medicare, REMEMBER'' THE SUPREME COURT! : :: ..,
s AD ON' ANOTHER Social Security Government Spending ,,Prosperity Foreign Aid We rid of this" :
n..atd I want rfK t. : ; can only get power-JiuDgiy' ? i;

,. 'J,k"y.a.IMer:: l't ey anti. PAGE. .THIS ISSUE: These are all i important!in other campaigns. In this campaign combine by gettipg a. president who, will ;
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is only one isfue- MMMHNISM.You appoint lawyers who will stick to the con- ,,
} are being. lulled into believing that this is another stitution when a, court vacancy occurs. ?' "

URE AS 'I p'',J.'political, '' campaign]between_ '''Republicans. and DemocratsIT Goldwater will.do 'it-Johnson will not. :"'i :

sfRr1 E .1// WIU YOU ESCAPE TO?-

t ,, Ever since Roosevelt the voters have had no choice-both' when Johnson or'his' :fol4 veers fake this "

? candidates have been alike as 2 peas in a pod. Eisenhower country like Castro took ,Cuba there will i b '

.1 a Democrat until he| ran on the Republican ticket. A crew of'high be no place to go.; The U. S. I is the .last .

level millionaires ave bought and controlled all presidential c. I resort. ..Vote for Goldwater, who will try

candidates since '1938. to 'preserve f our ,freedom for us-not try .

Barry. Goldwater is different! He is the to .take it away! ,.. .:' :
one_ to be opposed -. .... : 'J-. "J
DO YOU OWrt ,YOUR HOME? ',For '. t 0.
I : by,big money. ,Gus Hall a, top.Communist recently said: ; .
"Goldwater,threatens to wipe, out all the gains we Communists how much longer, I wonder? Every year i ';;. ,

have recently made." the Federal Go'erlmeRtISes your money

Just;think' of f all the ways Johnson and ''Kennedy have help to ,buy your houses and property cities '

all over the country for Federal Housing v
ed the Communists. The vice presidential candidate is
I porl. shear ..pw.wd I. N.II..d. .e.w.. A. {,u.thws. Ge"= f..r0wenler very neara Projects, and bays vow' farms for "Same 1
: Nomks. member if
uas.naw, us{.na.r not secretly 'a member of the Communist
party. '
5.>..< Flcrle1 Preserves, 'lIatltlal Parks National For -
a He is a member of the ADA'and' nearly every Communist Front ests' and 'Military Reservations.1' -

Organization in the '
Every country.
What did President Johnson mean by that

Florida' Official The voters MUST be made to realize that this is not Demo sign at the convention, ", Let Us Contind'.

t. Supports crat vs. Republican-but Communist,vs. Americans in the White ue?" He meant Let us' continue to sell .-

1 House. We may not have another chance.. Only Um -too" candidates out to, Russia. Why make big noise aboutit

President k' are left if Goldwater loses..No one will have a chance to ?" DO YOU REALLY 'THINK WE ,

I i Lyndon B. Johnson hewJ J."S'- beat the Reds in four years if we let this chance slip by. SHOULD LET HIM CONTINUE?

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r'' VOTE FOR: \ Y,
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,- ,.f. Vote against crime, lawlessness 'and mobocracy .I. Vote for restraint,, and respect for law and order :,' :

J 2. Vote against graft and ; at the seat of aril law enforcement officers ,i':, :
corruption ,
alt I. ... L Uwla lw... ,._ D. {...1NyM. De,.. 2. Vote' for mete who seek to serve .net steal. ".
fNN SvtMri".....,.... C..wcp..nor ,
T,......... .'P"bll In.hwtltM' o.A.-. government. I: 3. Vote for honesty.. ,. truth and straight dealing, ..

h r 3. Vote against deception, ,deceit and hypocracy. In word. and deed. ; ;

I Leery Florida official, eluted ilat.wid, urges '' 4. Veto for freedom not 'friction
; ; rights not riots "
the reflection of Pr.sid.nl Johruon. 4. Vote against' crisis-created by vote vultures ; ., 'y
'Effective cooperation between State and No- and equality earned, not donated
t'1'' flonol officials reflect In many experience of who traffic In human misery for personal gain J -
M a.1 economics and progreu. Favorable Federal etecliioni 5. Vote for rationality, "

'i have been responsible for Florida's retention 5. Vote against those,who Insult the Intelligence of realism and '''j 1 .
of our great, military Initallatlont continuing l, .
J development of space program, Intentate HIgh- minorities and majorilles.allke. '
'I ways, protection ef cltrwt end cortie Induttrie*. rte .";

,'Florida.. schools hat unlvenltl.j benefited/ ,In hospitals conitrvcHon and such programse \ other o s AMen:=:1T.c.n urb fi '6. .. Vote against Communistic Atheism, .4* 6. Vote for your constitutional right to have prayer

'r F ftal, projects ct the Cross State Barge CanaL and Bible ( I IB schools
S :'ana legislation coercion reading our and God In this I .
( t by edict or or emotlonallsm. -
Nation f .

''mida Needs President Johnson ".' 7. Vote for good Government, by and. for all the ''

7. Vote against one man government < People. > :
'ident Johnson Needs Your Vcteo

Vote For Barry Goldwater "

high fO VOW fO *loy horn I

by Robert Ehlert ,

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To Oh Cotton lotments among farms accordingto fgulr.prip4sjfttft! Joans. 'Ibe; *!+Evans Official Junior. Class.Sponsors '/'
Voftq: provision*,of<< the law. Notices of mestlo aUguJfS1t"procrarn was,>'In "
Quotas farm acreage allotments will be[effect forJ:tbe,1964 upland cotton 'Resigns'For Poor I Fall_! 'SHOP vklw;.'.
mailed to operators of'cotton farms ,crop (I/: at,your j\ ,i'I
prior to the referendum. therefore HealthC 3I
Florida farmer have peen1-' The referendum this year: CarnivalPlan "
Cotton growers.voting: g tn:the 1:>cciIS presnts' these alternatives to I LOCAL STORES
lotted 33,060: acres on which to growtheir '" >t ,1 1I
1965,upland !rotten crop Under' referendum will determine I voters;. ). I I Emory E. Moor has resigned: I now to have supper at the : -
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the national cotton program';'. Emery whether 'marketing1' quotas ftviR be If markerg quotas-1 are approved ''as general msgegePpf the Batik*it- : i Fall Carnival Thursday November .
MlliamaClsahlnan; ; ..Agricultural( : lStabWxatlon l operative forthe 1965crop. of ,upland )maejips] ,.'|>eijaltJe .,WlJ'l I ,:Mflterlals)' pivtslon of Evans: p-> 12, at the high school building;, '.
: and ELS cotton. Approval by 4 ducts ..Compan'y-.H'( r eajons tnt ipcnr<*)] Mhf Juikn-rdiss, Tic: c
and 'apply
Conservation '
at least'two-thirds of 'thaw'VotlnglsnecflI4I'Y'c to any excess cotton growers kets tell!soon be available for chic
State This. Committee represents: the'announced State's' today.share' quotes into effect' in:order to put 'the i who allOtments exceed,price their farm't.Mfectlve support (tat( a ,health.and lie director remaiN of the a corporation presl.ldtnt vegetables ken pilau, pJ dessert 4te,' Inckidin0 and a drink salad, for, Under New Ownership .

of the)16-millioivcre national allot Mr. Williams pointed out that the level within 6d to 90 percent of par. I Monford A. Orloff, president of the normal price of $1.00. For sale 'Beat' In Part And Service"'
ment.and of the 200,000-acre national domestic allotment authorized ,ity) will be available to growers I Evans Products, stated that Moore, also will be hotdogs. hamburger,
acreage reserve (to take cart by legislation enacted last ,who do net exceed their effective< (who returned recently from the and sweets of every kind. Plates New and Used Equipment
I is leave
presently on
Mayo Clinic
of minimum farm allotments), announced I and 'Additional price-, will be delivered for those who are
spring will be In effect for the 1963 allotments, :,
by the Department of'Agriculture upland cotton crop If marketing I,support payments: will be made.to let[ { absence but \I.' expected to return -: unable to attend. Ford Tractors Balers :
on October 13. The State quota* &approved. in the Dec-.;15refererdtsn ,, growers who voluntarily reduce I Ii to full time duty with the corporation Many other attractions are being
also allotted 291 for !I group after:, the first of the I Mowers Rakes Corn Harvesters I
was ,'acres extra ; Under This program :i!their cotton acreage to the farm's I : planned. Plan now for a night of .
long staple cotton production* a 'cotton' 'farmer has the option of I domestic allotment..In general the year. eating, fun and frolic, Thursday EASY TERMS SEE. .
At the same time,marketing quotas planting Within his farm's effect- !I farm,marketing quota-which a far I I I "We expect Mr. ,Moore, when he I November 12. beginning at 5:30: :
were proclaimed for the 1965 vie allotment 'or"the domestic allot market free ot'penalty returns, toxcontlnue, to render extremely p.m., at the high school building.
Cotton crop and Dec 15, 1964 has ment. (The effective allotment is''.lis mer the may production from the, farm'selective I valuable service to Evan I Reporter Gilbert McGhin SUWANNEE VALLEY
been set as the date for a national' the .farm allotment-after any release acreage allotment. Products, dealing with importknt Co-Reporter BunnIe :Miller
referendum on the quotas. or reapportionment.) For thus I If quotas 'are not approved the corporate matters befitting his Experience .11. TRACTOR COMPANY
,The" Chairman explained that the; voluntarily reducing their acreage, allotment will remain "Orloffj,said. '
State allotments will be apportioned( growers may qualify for price-sup I regular In.. effect,'and program price supportat The ccrnpanjr expects to aiiiounce; \\ Jasper r, Phone ,T9Z; 6.55 s :. :
among,counties'...and..the county 1I4 port: ; payments in addition to the re-I 50 percent of, parity,will.be"'a.1 a replacement\for,Modre as t general % I x a. wr, y ,1kh
: ,. manager"' the DuI1 lnt''Mai 1 .
-- d r .r reliable to growers who dq ,exceed
t I not
JI" Y :I terials Division' the near future,
;, /GAS G.A. 'G"'s' ttM&, ad (J. : I i Without their quotas effective, the domestic allotments.allotment -' Orloff said.
r program providing additionalpricesupport I| Moore was a co-;tc under! of Fiddo.' HARRISON HOMES,
III 'Moore; Inc", 'auc' go plywood andlumber
telwe rr io ilia i i payments not '
ats satvoass ,,
aonsyprt wholesalers and was thatcompany' I'
trrFL LADIES TO KNOW :be in.effect: | ; Presents .
rort wos as. ,; ,chief executive officr
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iI I. Marketing; quota for the 1964 untIl, it'was acquired: l by: Evans,, in ,
I crop of 'upland .cotton .were approved 1,1957; He'was named a' vice president 2,' 3, or 4 Bedrooms; If If1.r
I by 94 percent of,the growers j i of Evans in 1961 and general ,
snutvlcF. voting in a referendum !In Dec. 19631 manager of a newly formed Build GET YOUR FARM_ ,LOANS 11/ or 2 Baths ,
Yt I .--- N -----i tag Materials,, Division\ the follow \
1 : : lie elected director
LONG TERM ing-'yearl. was a
.1. .or IN*corporation in 1963. ALL BRICK HOMES I:
I I ,1} Mocre-is .a director of the Amer.I I -- ,/ "
Low Price ican\ Plywood:Association
,past president of the National Ply I No Money* Down on Your Lot. .
PER CYLINDER 2OOt I Thru the ;j wtoi Dlstrtbutors'AcsoclatlonwHELP I '
I Will accep;house or trailer on .
Federal Land B.nkASSOCIATION .
I II MALICIOUSWOODS '. I Florida For Information ContactALEXISMILLER I'I:

/SO IT NTS FOfl i Live Oak : 362-1525 I BURNIN :lr I Telephone\ 92,6921I Jasper, or write t j'

;! .2.518\ HOME <3A& COI. I 311? I South Ohio Avenue I uiRe*. 792-4831
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8th Largest State in the nation : &: JJIlY;

Industry *A an,all ligte[ high '.

45.State! .Parksnowtin.Operation' ; ( BUILWMfi! SUPPLIES
Space and Moon-Shot Program Center' 1

'f., Art'AcceleratedProgritii'Eor'Education: !: 1' -, 300ut1i"Patterson I ) Valdosta, Georgia M

." Hlgh Standard jLtying in History ..Telephone 242-5566 ,

Tourism mffstI! 15, million visitors annually rR ., t *' '
', Inland..waterways an4 harbors improved by 5 million dollars ,' ; 4x3 SHEtrS W 'i. Per Sheet

\ .. a ,.' .. Veterans; hospitals increased by 47'million dollars in "64 .. / %" mTORIOR..PLYWOOD... $2.564x8 t

\ '. Agri-business has a consumer value in excess of three billion dollars I j :, **
a .'' tF: ... .. Record building program for Highways, Expressways ,and InterstateHighways ;". ',SHEETS Per
,, ..a .. % LYWOOD' $2.824x8
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'., "; *' 'ffi: Mo' mj\f: 1964 FEDERAL:' ENDI11JRES IN FLORIDA WERE l rt:;:.::'.I:': a Per Sheet
'$ *.- : y2" C. D. Sheathing Plywood... $3.234x8
( ; f.J.. ,. '; $3,338,000000; htf .. ,
,.' ;r t., Florida'a development as The fastest growing large state requires a N .. I r SHEETS*,*. Per Sheet''
>, J' e partnership with the Governrhenl?--through new roads, schools, &'r "

pi<&ic! expenditures-to keep pace with the needs and demands of the; %, Prefinish. .,J\1ahog." Plywood $4.80

kind of' growth never before experienced; by any State. .1( 4 x 8 Sleets : : per M
There are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an "
J' important role in its success. They provided the leadership to gel* the. % HEETROCK .................. $46.50Built

:' job done., These leaders have been traditionally elected by the ;..... In '*(
people from the ranks of the Democratic candidates. '
Go to the polls' Tuesday and vote for,Lyndon'B. Johnson for Presiden!; ; QYEN; "".*a. id', COOKTOP. .........149.95 J

-Spesi rd L. Holland for United! States Senator-Haydon Bums"for. r #" ',1/, ", f'. 'Per M it
Governor, ., :-theniVote, *. -9 Democratic' ,AJJ.Th j- .Way. '* 8''' ," ; kwool.lnsuIatio\J $47.00. 1.,
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235.1b.. t.B. Per SquareSHINGLES

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CEILING TILE ..............- ....... 9/2c .!

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Alt THE WAY ON NOVEMBER 3 %Treated SHEATHING... $47.00


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I PAGE TWO THE JASPER{ N.E JASPER FLORIDA Friday... .. October 30.. 1964- -'-

'Jhe laaptr i2ews \ best Is SMM too rood for owcostomera.
Suwarmee Regional Ubrary Smoltery Says: Ow prices are ceeapetrtlfe. and Color

has Just been granted 50000.00 fora See our ':ample book *4&J. SIGNS FOR SAtE
f Published Every Friday library improvement grant .to JJ1I.A $P."'ItNEws ':IJo> .
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< .dss, PoaagetPaldr.at.sePgr. i ,{ ot ids. .. more nearly meet the standardsclthe ; .w- -w.1\y.;"... .. 'FIL&-'GUIDES'
ALA. These federal funds, aI-

4' v' "\ '; Subscription Strictly in Advancej located,ff1i S U&lfBxi:; $ and Historical ....... l "A tor" 1 JK:
CWn nSuioVhjrM been granted 1 I 1' --
to 3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of Count -V.
] to klprave'iUaf.: rtMerials and *:.t. :4T r J Ws
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t l 1. 'Cards! ')f Thanks $1.00 Minimum services. The following improvements b,y y 1; -U" .; ,. ... :

have been planned. Two pro-
ty.Telephone SYcamore 2633iMr. i i
fessionaDllbrarlans, specializing in
and Mrs. Robert Chlert. Cditors; ndjPubiiahers
u children's work;; and work with

,, .. young people'will: provide extra services / / !
'" :; 'Co -J ..--fT' such i*'more libary hours. i
,,9r lists on Various subjects, radio talk,
and perhaps some film programs j
for youth. I 3-111'1'-9

r .Many more'.books and records MEDICAL.
rih"s It takes only one-lx careful
from > will be added, Including much more
reference material. More posters
r will be made and displays created. ASSISTANCE!
', asfor s Et There will'be'more publicity. More I
serl Icei.to'groups will be offered,

Including program help, including | FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZEN

books, displays and films. Pham- I| -.5-
pleti will be available In a new ? c

vertical file service. Equipment and furniture will be added; where reed
True and solid wisdom consist ministrator! _...Day Rafter diy thin Let 5 5
In at least two parts: the know- truth is amplified night after -d. : $
ledge of God and the knowledge of night this knowledge .is broadcast. NEW HOURS I MOORS MGISTIRStEGISTt assistance to Florida's
ourselves. It is difficult to say If all of us arP surrounded by re* The Hamilton County library is *{ ''ORt M$, senior citizens through the KERR-MILLS BILL
which of these closely conncc'ed flections of the raality of God, whyis now open forty hours: a week,, as "/11tD ACdSSOHrtS PIONEERs trhich covers both\ hospitaland.: :doctor bills; h'-.
it that so- few derive : part .of this. new service. There will j
kinds of knowledge proceeds and have
for children each protects those who, th )need and I is. financed:
duces the other. Certainly God was from this (faetVwny'are' we so dull, j be a program by our.states, withJFederalsupport; : > ":'. _. *,. ,,'
mcnth, with either films stories,
before us; "In Ilim we live and so hard qf hearMsJ(4q bl move and have '| r being." So it : :'h e1 glory of Gcd CT a combination of both. A vertIcal fft'J 55Othhhh1 sswPowerplus Medicare; the 'other proposil. .'offers'\.only i limited l
file will be established shortly ,hospitalization financed by an increase in Social
Is proper to give first place to the is constantly%* ep.JP' concretely :
National Book Week starts, Nov. ; Security taxes. It covers all senior citizens, richor
of God.
knowledge Couldl t4
dIsp'la>-edT that we demand Come and select i for fast easy woodcut
Nov. 7.
1 through
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not Cover bills.
The existence of God Is exhibited to knew so that we may believe lone( of our interesting novels or bi- ting I The new Pioneer 650 la specialty: poor. doctor

in the structure of the world and In when we should desire to be- iographfesi ._. designed for farm and pulpwood use. 'Florida's'entire delegation in Congress voted r'the'
the construction. of the universe lieve so that we may know Improved piston porting delivers moreusable '
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.. ,There will:be-s>-Story Hour Nov. Kerr-Mills approach. Our state legislatureapproved
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"Ever since the 'creatlcn of the New vinyl hand grip ,
The avenue of'tiia; knowledge of, 7'at 10:00()( a.m. with a film. I power. ; it for a two-year trial period. 'as did 36
world His God's you -
the ( ) Invisible gives non.slip protection. Fun :y '
God It seem ls likj&ja& modern high ., states and territories. .
+' nature' namely, Ills eternal power I way in one respect ..)'00' '1lnnot get New Library hours are: Monday, -".a.a'.........r- aa.e 90-day warranty on parts labor: 30 M Paid Political Ad.rtUeDl8Dt 1'al4 for, .Bf .
& diet has been clearly perceived >Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and days on bar chain sprocket. At your i4 '
Wolfe TrtM.
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in the things that have been made. I Ion anywhere.! ,you please; you ,i Saturday; ,8:30 to 12:30 and from .noe -- dealers now I ., .
WJIfeqr' l lJiaOII .'
The fact that every individual is I' '1:30: to 5:30. Closed all day Thur r.rw-s .
People:: \wfio fiijvc fctini: the road ''>, I ,
"wonderfully m de" 'speaks, exquently the 1 d\,..lsdom give full 1 sday. '--IO.I..- ....- tI OUR, SENIOR CITIZENS '. .' ,_.RE-ELECT i
of his Maker. This t '
tact ten I cre 3frfo the ertranee to it In'these 1I I goers strswarrsaeeraaar err r nets I Saws to 8J/2''H;! 'P: j
den true saying" lie (God) .is :
twms}.rtt'Tf.'tJqIH| !! !)] ldhh( we under
not tar from each one of us." Every atand. : ,
atom in the universe announces'the =. : THE JASPER NEWS I
presence of Its Architect and: Ad Bill VanZant '
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,', t I Orlin I peaches: res a liquid.COMo 1 .
t : J a l : bins flour with III ft mixIng bowl :

r,, 1l. I Cut In shortening u I mixture II the Gay occasions call for these new and:
? size/ of Imlll ptl" pdnkIe 8 to 7
r I tablespoons peach uid I little a,, ; :4 rr, modern motor fuels, so right for Dixie's'
f a time. over mlxtur while tos.lno.-. pulsing pace today. Choose fitojn} 3

r and stirring lightly hh fork. Ado : .ttffrt Chevron gasolines. :Each packed _I
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I t'u''0 .. out half of dough floured surface ge )Mfflyl?*.' the different antiknock compound ,
r. to S.Circle IK Inches larger than ,- < .
I Inverted 9-Inch piepan. Fit loosely' that hdps .develop all the power bum into your

tI: J. I\-\ into pan. Place Peach! Filling lr\T\ ,. te ,car:'Wp at ("'"mr'ard.: Go lively wijh} Chevron! .
pastry-lined pan. Dot with butter., <* < J.
,r I tf'I< '''' I Cover with Topping.Roll out remein.-. ; ,
J F ,, w; ,.; ing dough. Cut large alits for escape
t i f of steam. Moisten rim of bottom WQ take better cars of your car'' >> _

r j', I crust Place, crust over'0,1... Seal ,
I ;' ''to edge by folding top crust under ',
{ r ,_ I bottom crust Flute. Brush with'"' STANDARD
'S s 1rh peach juice. Bake at 425 for 10 .. ..
1 t S i. f minutes, then at 350' for 30 to 35 (

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: '. I J.; : e f "1'ra." M cup sugar '., : :.'. ;

.; 2 tablespoons corn starch '. -:

t i 2 tablespoons corn syrup t'

;. MISS JANIS BOYKIN, 17 of //Melbourne Fla., the first .:i.. I 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice .'. :
I Floridian and the only Junior Contestant ever to win 2 teaspoons vanilla extract ..
First Prize of $25.000, shown'with:her "Peacheesy Pie" fU .m" r : ."f""

t; ; which was judged best of,the (80 Senior and 20 Junior i I Combine drained peach slices,sugar. .. ... :.
1.. $* x.,entries in the competition.-----------! + com starch corn syrup,pumpkin, pie iju '
: ; spice vanilla extract r"ti
y'': 100 finalists, cooking and baking their favorite recipeson ..: I .r 1Q- >.; '1

S 100 flameless electric ranges,. won $100,000 in prizes ''4' rlI _
at Pillsbury's National All-Electric Bake-Off held Sept. S;$ I t Cheesecake Topping .'< :\' aI

14 at the Americana Hotel, Miami i Beach. ; I jj S 4 55Ii
eggs slightly beaten __
And the total electric operating cost for the entire' .1 I 1/3 cup sugar ; _
f day's bake-off was an amazingly low $7.63 for the 100 3-ounce: package cream cheeseelectric _ _
ranges. or about 7HI per range. '
L .k I X cup dairy sour cream :

PROVING ONCE AGAIN why over' union Florida faml-' 1 tablespoon lemon juice r -it I :

lies have found flameless electric cooking cleanest coolest, I Combine eggs sugar and 2 tablespoons AI -.
safest. and CHEAPEST;' too! : peach liquid in small sauce- / ", I 'i\ S S v5

I pan. Cook over until low heat stirring \ ''i' .' ,: :d' ;
constantly mixture thickens. 3 :!:li' .r'
Softencrem cheese In '
S Now than Ever to GO ALL-ELECTRICI small mixing >
Cheaper 'r
I /bowl;Blend In sour cream snd lemon ,
i ...than it In combination with flame-type fuels JJul ;
: t4i,, to use e'Vvlth mixer on lowest speed. } ,
Gradually, add hot mixture, beating l" .evw., -.f't' r"

'y Sea the new automatic thcttie ranges ef your appliance dtihr't .: I constantly" until smooth. 1 .;1 #, ,1,;, .. 1 Fr

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J;. <. d '. 1 circles and.arrange on cheesecake: .'vi sr
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: Saturday, Nov. 7 8:00 p.m. Hamilton County and Our Nation

Sunday, Nov. 8 2:30. '


FIVE EVENTS-Added Money in Each Event
: *-"- --i T Tsrrf TwarSPARADE i NAM '::' 's--: '!%.4Y 'M4.wr IyT- .. .c' > .

Sponsored by. Branford Riding Club

__c __ ----w' ..:.- y.D\ :.-_ rw -- 'SSSiSiKSS'Z: Education "The child has no right to an

CLASSIFIED ADS I. .. education. In most cases the

room, or no teacher, or no libraryor .. children get along well with
Can 792-3m or 79M79L tfc .Identifying!: No. 448 at Suwannee because he has no money.]. out it."
Valley Tractor 0>>., Pay 50c for
FOR SALE-Used automatic washer this ad and claim Itc -PresidentJohnson '
+ Goldwater
electric heater. Mrs. Shriver. -- alty'
w I Carpentry or Roofing!}-will subcontract
SAVE .' Can Gene Tumbell.' 132931 -
30-gal glass lined water heaters, Wellborn. .. N2Tp SOCIAL: SECURITY
174.96; 10 cult. Refrigerators $l89- ,, .,.
FOR SALE: Kitchen Cabinets handmade ** ** I .
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95 w.t 361 Ib. Freeezers
: Upright See Walter: Hammond orcall ,
519995 S23995;; 647-lb.473 lb. Upright Upright Freezer Freezers 792-285. rte '"We must'strengthen Social" Security I think Social Security should

$29995; 12-ft. Automatic DefrostRefrigerator WANTED: For dressmaking or
with 91-Ib. Freezei alterations call 938-3358 or see j" voluntary. This is the only
, $249.95V.t.. 5-year warranty, at Sharron Wetherlngton Jennings. ,
i Manning's Radio Service, call 792- Florida definite position I have on it.;'
FOR -President Johnson
i 4421< Jasper tfe USED ELEmUC: RANGES *
Sale. ,Good condition S4fl and Barry GoldwaterSOCIAL
i HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by (50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jasper $13* ,'I,.
day, week, or, month. Alapaha phone 792-4421 tfr "
oteL tfc ,
Uve Oak Florida for all :your
musical needs from organs and
FARMERS I pianos to. records and recori flay- "
MONEY for your farm opera- trs tfe F "The cause (of poverty) may "

lions at reasonable cost.: Terms REPAIRS I lie in
deeper failure to ,give
to fit your needs. Loans up to We repair all types T. V. and

,I Matron? years.Credit Cab North Assn.Florida S.Ohio Pro-Ave nings radio. Also Radio Small Service appliances., Jasper Man 792- our fellow citizens a fair chance :' I"; Most people who have no

Live,Oak. Tel 363-2383 4421 tfaBARBECUE : "to! develop their own capacities, "?': : skill, have education for the
1! New at Alapaha
LOT AT 8UWANNEE SPRINGS Motel Restaurant. pit Now serving in'. lack of education and training ..J;4 '
For Sale. On the river high and barbecued chicken and smoked same reason-low intelligence or
J i in'j lack'of medical
dry good location, only$1,000.:See mullet. Rout 41 north of Jasper a care .

Robert Ehlert. owner. tfc. -It's delicious--I --tfc. and housing! in a I lack of.decent : : '. < low' ambition..]
'' ..JQI.- ,communities in which to live and ,. j "Jarry Goldwater
in business for self.l Small lit' """Mr0 KILL IT f -f : *' 'f' .. .
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vestment required for, $12,000.00stock In 3 days If not pleased with strong .?. .. ".
If Interested contact Mrs.I T-4-L liquid, your 48o back at bring up their children.President \ .1ft '
.John Dedge. tfc any drug store.Watch Infected skin I ... .
slough off. Watch healthy skin replace ., 10 : ,Johnson I .j. '. s '
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IGNITION tor I .. .. -
PARTS all com-: It.',No more Itch burning 1t v., \ '" '
pickers, lawn mowers'chain saws, Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L.Foot :
Tractors, Trucks and:Foreign and Powder,too'--..:fine for sweaty FARM ;
American made cars Ralph Jack feet, foot order; stays active In the PROSPERITYThe
son's Garage o3Oc skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S ,

TOUR Moorman OPPORTUNITYThe Mfg. Co., well Georgia Plate Glass Co. Democratic Administra '
brown 75 year old company: now .Mere Front tion The Republican Administration -
& has
operating in most of the United .Mirror KmlUeredTub '' promoted fair prices ..
States, .is expanding its operationIn I I Enclosure*. ShoweAi farm '. rg tion has cut crop supports, veto
this area. If you are under 50, 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2528'VALDOSTA support programs, I .
like outdoor work and have some extended credit to farmers ed 90 percent price supports
:Capita{ I would like to tell you a.I WANTED AT ONCE;: Rawlelgh I pro ,
forced farmers off the
bout.this new feed business opportunity Dealer In Hamilton Co,or Jasper. vided soil conservation programs : I. marginal
as showing of a film narrated I Write Rawlelgh Dept.'FA J,150 3, land.
by Lowell Thomas picturing our Memphis Tern.POSITIVELY ., DUP strengthened'REA, and TVA. ',.
home office, factory, research de-
partment and opportunities. For ; No Hunting on '
appointment phone: WY7-1476, Hickory Bottom Farm. This mean
Floyn Dalton, MontIcello- Fla., or you Nov How would we fare under a Goldwater-type leadership in Hamilton County? What would happen to the farm program, the
write,to Box 486..1 I Mrs. Maud! ,Havener :
quota and allotment, and land bank payrpents. ? The farm loan programs: ? : School,. lunch programs) Social Security Payments?
DR. SPOCK URGES PARENTSTO 'Veteran benefits? Public health and. welfare'programs? How would these curtailed activities affect the people the children, the aged,

REJECT THE CANDIDACYOF the farmer the overall economy? How would it affect the merchant the businessman? .Would it create. business confidence or: causea

BARRY GOLDWATERThe depression? s
These are questions that we, the people need to ask-and answer for ourselves. For an imaginary visit to .Goldwaterland,
world-famous child care specialist Dr. Ben .
someone suggested that the issues be debated for a few daye'on an empty stomach.
jamin Spock has asked all parents and grandparentsto
reject the candidacy of Senator Barry Goldwater. Let's face it'. Have you ever heard of Goldwater being FOR Fact is,he has achieved prominence by being AGAINST
"I 1 horrified/' said Dr. Spock "that man completely
who can am make such wild,'irres n.ible..tatement., is ,everything His record and public pronouncements indicates that he is NEGATIVE in outlook. He is NOT a builder. just

a serious contender. for'the Presidency of the United TEARS DOWN finding it much easier to be CRITICAL than, to,be CORRECT. His TEARING DOWN has includes] men's reputations
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States I as well as PROGRAMS that HELP PEOPLE.
"In a lifetime of work with children" said Dr. f'1

Spock whose ,books on child-rearing have become 1
of American mothers, "I I ( ;
virtual Bibles to millions FOR .
have learned great respect for their capacity to >resist i' ; : '
and recover from diseases. But they are helpless .
against the man-made dangers of the Twentieth '

Century.. ..aceProsperity Progress
"One of these is the danger from radioactive

fallout from nuclear tests, which may cause cancer
and leukemia in children, and mental or physical ab-
noralities in the unborn." From the Court House to the

The doctor cited Goldwater's vote against the,
_'..1::" '..
Test-Ban treaty and the Senator's equally disturbing y ,
remark last February (Issues & Answers, ABC-TV, White House
2-9-64) that the Nuclear treaty "has done nothingfor :
peace in the world."

Dr..Spock, who issued his appeal to Ohio voters "VOTE DEMOCRATIC

(his home state,thought even greater'the thrsja Lof, ,,,. ..' 'j i ,1' '
nuclear war, "which could Jn a matter of hours ban3*. .'" I' f + .'i
crate hundreds of millions of human beings including I t ';j H 't: REMEMBER! It is necessary to mark an "X" by the name ,of ; .
our blameless children." t ;} each Democratic Nominee for each office so that your vote

This ad paid for by Hamilton County Democratic ',, : i' will count. J

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