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The Jasper news
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.. IIIONEBS"'J'O' 'I 8Rvir' IN; 'THFIB3T ,
B.Wr1O I'' Florid 'The Ilem11 tae County Heakh D.partmen -
$ PRIMARYBE :. fI(. Jasper.
IS announced: today that a
April 6.
., ;"+y: .J..tnirtda( HELD MAY 8. iisl 'The City Council,of Jasper. Floida mate 'tsjf)citato win be held on f

......., l'\ ." ,. ?U6( Precinct No.' 1 .met in regular cession, Monda)' I Saturday; 'AirU 18, 1964. from 8I Issue
: I'of Co. C_. rAJa evenlnggjpril p.rn. I Lm't4: I for those"fw:>>faDed -
MCCGr'aawlIInaperkCbye in the cWHatt oMnFClty A Jaiper ; -
in asfiitor Hamilton CounjffV Vie- "Clerk. Zonla : rS .to hare tfteV animal Immunized at I Ii
with the following :
ida met today in regulariaa'e w! box. Lorit present rabies immunizatk
Sauls pick up the regular ,
the foBowlng bon members) were McGnta,pneientl .. Lynn... Bessie Mae McDonald Councilman: Mayor Wade C..;.&tNgrr1iChairman E. CourtojCbuncUmen ,,: i dBnIa! held throughout i the: Attomeyx ,jor.both aide, were notified by' wire J

Lawton Jack McCUUey .Guy AarcW"7ft>g ,(Night ShUt) John Dedge; Tom county!"'":l' I Folk FestivalTo this Wednesday of. the State, Supreme Court's decision tin '

and Grover>Wheeler*? 4.1bt\.fpJ..; 4 Clerk, Ivey Prescott; Iisypecton Owens, and James L-.Dunawaj; The be located at i the the'bppeal 1 to Invalidate the 'School 1 Board's proposed ;'
Nick Law Rowdy Beaty; Whir Fl B. Harrvtt: CHy Mani Be In MayThe ,
d Attorney > William Kyse,
lowing buslnesa was 4raasact _i iTheminutes 1 eHnio.or.. .;,> )
ti ot theraeetingMardi 01 Deas return bole.'Preelnct. pro Robert- Flak; FlrechletDeU" Red* h9Y56 life of what used I to.. bond issue"tb build a consolidated high school at Jasper. '
*and 16th. read t to No. 2 and Police. Chief:: Pay! 12th annual Florida Folk Festival 'decisionwas \'
3. 4, were I J. M 1 '* "* .*1M *. IhssJff.apsftments in JWiper.Everyone The Court i to"uphold the I Circuit Court's
the Boaed by the Deputy,Clerk and I Day SlilftClerk. Bembry. ,to be held,at the Stephen :
not ;
Chairman Norrif eYed.lM meet as validation of'the'Bond issue. It is expected that bids 1
read.Mr. ; ,
as :
approved Alice Inspector
Carter; Faster Memorial here May 1-34
Vtaaen advisee'tfe Boa* ... J. Inc >to.order I''awmg Councilman ; immunized 1 for I will be sought the bond issue in the future.The .
", ,.,....{,.. with will offer some of the most diver- on near
the ,' e r '0," Ded0 to open prayer. rabies),,.Is sorely urged to do 10
v that
forr '
'ti<. In Decision<-sets at
:. colorful
nr meet sifted and programs
The minutes of the previous '
'S'; ;Aacal laws pertain! ,
ted precinct in th i.It w ", 't'. _:.. : ing were adopted as presented upon, at the jp '- "" the history' of the event according I naught' the latest effort of a group To Sponsor} Science

rMI. 1Iouae ne*& be ch.i..G.1''t ": s.M a' motion by Councilman'Owen T-rif and will tr ei\ to Thelma A. Bolun program)) director led by1'Ben;; Bates Clayton Brad-
vide more room' ;for the, i ''*rrvJohn' r... Toama Bennett with a second by QIunc man Not>1 1ria. after date. at the, state jnusle shrine on shaw and Fred< Christie who have Fair: At: Jasper'
eras "' Motion carried. forced been delaying the new school'' project
,DedgeV the Suvwmne* River. V
a .
thatflfhsfltAj | tJtat > -- Prednc4Mo' :.3; The Qtr; Manager gave a repot I Sewn programs ffoatur1.nK'1OIM since It was begun ,on one pretext This, Friday' evening, April IT,

+, the sugiJatePpEe1"fi needed 1M.the .3.. *. Day, Shift .. I on in Lake the recent Qty and Road a'progresa Budget Hearini repor' 4-H, PiJ.: :' Speaking 2,000 participants wtti be presented after another from 6 p.m.' until 9 p.m.tile Science \ ,'

chaope,ftmnit. tie made oprlorto Clerk.,, Mm,,Margaret BuUard=. on the streets and city dump. : i on the shady outdoor?s.ase. .over.looking The court affirmed the legalityof dub of Jasper will sponsor a :' '
the Section on Bf' q r 5,1964, because itnpectoer4Ir.j .Tr.J. Bryan, ,Mi. The first 'Item of new bustnes I And Lamp Contes; the Historic Suwannee;with the $400.000,school, bond issue Science Fair at the Juper Elementary .':

the.'rules prescribed* br'r.or1; J. B: Stonnart, pick',up box Mit : was a request from Mr.: Eddie Me. <5*' three programs'on Friday May 1. without comment. The' bonds will School Cafeteria; +

da Laws trohibtt the change a*o tW ., II81fWJ' (.. l\ Chin for the addition of five sire' The 4-H Speaking Contest winner and on Saturday, May '2, and the, be used to' finance construction of Numerous exhibits,. ranging over

time and 'lor'this reason.; It wil :... .iA8hiiit% fl1/t! / +q.. 'J lights in Lynn. Lakes Subdivision: were Lillian Wiry'of Jasper Senicr finale on Sunday afternoon. I a consolidated,Hamilton,, County a wide area of science ;are expect.'

be'n-cessary lnct number.that the.2 pnUing.remain\ !pUcof OB) .-. Clerk. ,..Mm. .ankC'.;.= Ins Mr. McGhin agreed each to-. pay month al 11 Girls: Penny'Roebuck of Jernlngs. Folklore, music dancing crafts I High School on the- elementary site ed from elementary! Junlorl! gh 1

halveS pi at this tfanevTr**aoan b1 :.10''PaDI: i'r charges,A'motionwas on these lights made by" Councilman Junior QMs; 'and Bob Whit and traditions representing Flat at' Jaaper and High School Divisions
agreed,! to .makeijKMne* arrangements v J Fkr'verJr t .", Owens, seconded by Council of White Springs, Junior Boys. da's history bade to the days of the The appellants' case contendedthat R has been Indicated in the put <
% to secure..a,more curve Mrs Marie Dee 4r i tv men Dedge that the City extent Dennis Smith, ot Jasper won th< Creek and Seminole Indians will be Circuit: Judge' Samuel Smith that the pubHo is very. interested In

lent voting; place In'precinct: Jr "s ".._-r:!" ?Precinct No..4 7))1 these, street Ughtsrtn.Lynn Lab Lamp Cbnterttfvmnan Riley an presented by individuals and had erred In disposing of, without the science program I

ber 2 ,la the future.. ..**: -Clerk Ray Crews. lrfapectocdoustosi ; Subdivision after receiving a sign: :\ Dennis SmUfrWQ represent Ham ;roupa' from throughout Florida notice to them their motion for dls-. The fair Is sure. to be l Interesting,

Mrs. Henrietta Craig was place c1 BrowiCplckop' and retunbrocL. contract from Mr. McGhIn' to the ]tea County ;4W, at the Distrlc "Mis Dohln said," and there also missal) of the validation petition. entertaining, &nC',_educational. We 4

on the'cxmip.Indigeolisnbr'u: > -.' D.'ChrtsOelWalter' ---, '.Hour.- effect that he would pay monthly- Events Da yin)lays April 25. will be performers from Georgia Judge Smith ruled ,all legal requirements feel certain' that you will receive a
amount' of SK>.Ofl."UnW'further notice : titers; ".. coats. Motion curled: The county 4 of(the Boar ., ...ur; .;;;tThe Precinct Tfo\ 5'. A motion was made by> Councilman and Lamp Contests were held ornriday. :many foreign countries. ,i Don Wethertngton,
Deputy' .Clerk was bxtructe .'Clerk .I.abyreite'MeaIl. ,Inspee> Dunaway with a second i by the i Irrasper festival the has 1.
.April a *V VJP.W. The over years Reporter
Mr.J..F\ Gen of vVaVdosta Councilman Owens to install a light I City Changes J
to contact Mrs Pep '
have him:workn' tore Mm/\ ( U Reeve at the .new.. City dump. Motto ,' Mn, D. Barker Mrs grown Into"one :of the state's most t
Ca.and Cbnlns W. W Robenon pick up am Hendrick.'Vnd'' Mr. Jim Dun 'and outstanding spring
apectticatlac* .lent.$'new.bouer l) and "* aM John ,ambitious ; I. Cl. Responsibilities of Caution In
return icw'sPrecinct. > ed.Council ? Urge
accessorie necessary to adequately : V was advised then way were Judges, :entertainment programs .
f beat'the HamUCon County CourtHouse No..C.. *. <''f\ would be no' transfer' necessarj) Trrry'BonnrilTot.Jftsper' ; SenkM3Irls I There 'Is such a wide variety of Department Heads Use Of Power Tools
.au-ibe'! 'Board will have tc Clerk.: Jr-W. SkefsuUnspectorsvJoe for the May Utilities Bond payment, ; .placed sfoondr'a d RaynelBurnett folk material available that no
purchase a new boiler this year. Su.11v&J'pl k' up!&net retunbfroMr t.i ThIs being'the first time. no 1..tllIIfft' of Jennings-Junior Girls two programs' 'are' alike," Miss -
has the The City ManaRl'announced. this Your local FFA chapter reminds
CUItis since
\ ,,Tef6r4 SuUlvan Mrs. ;; beers necessary
electIlkta ; ; placed second lit the speaking con Bdttln pointed out. come some week the following changes in the\ ,
: \ '1 .i ,MOrp t1. I Bonds were Issued In 1955. numbers every farmer that electrio power ,
of the unusual or groups
meetingrof'> The next Item of discussion was a eat 11 /jsponslbDtyj* department heads. tools;'like circular,saws drills and) \i 1 ?
regular ......, -.Pret: : ; ere presented several times !during "
:Board postponed khefe veeungwui& 'Santa'r Den<4 Cteric'iJXnspectortAlbeti : donation to the Scholarship Fund : Fire. Oller WtRTbah Inlddltlon. grindersTcan; mutilate a bard'InJure ian \ + r

Wednesday Mav>, a64. (WW4 M. Deas1 Pick''*sjt and redo: for outstanding students In Duaawaj our con City+Ope8 New the"'Mon'three" days and of more the) show people, from, to his ,duties. a* are chief,will eye or grab on loose cloth- 'iiiI
Motton Councilman
Cerk. .to.. ty.: py caution and safe Itgoads
peputy presented ofIfclaJ Use extreme
theJr approval"jSsampW' ; !b'c;:Llfr6i t rttt411h1Mtf! Dawmrr with,. 'by' Counctimai Florida and South, Georgia ;.as wen assume. the'Suue.'ot 1 tButtdinf -j I Ing.
Boardfor : char
the M'rseeotdp ,, 'and
all tknes keep
Democra ..and RepubU 1: Owens :6tGa" $!* as tourists' attend and I enjoy' ,. having NasxMsibUities as'I

can BaOot, for,-the.FirstPrimanEtectioi Ir",Clerk", to the Chamber*of Commerce fa tesUvsl'eaclt'year'/We" are trying, blur,Inspector and Cedes Com I,dren'*away. "... from..* ** the".... heavy-' 'Of duty"
eo May'.5. .HI&1ds.BJ. r ce' W I the Scholarship.11.Moion oar. 'The giyat, Jaisc has opened It to keep.alive the memories' of pioneer pllance ot dal.:He 'wlM'ahovbe tools. T.i:;., l

btilWln'sp.roved! .by 1 : Ie ... Id ried. d-' -,;, : .>t-,. ?"',.*, new ajreer. Afcage and traal FloYkta. the Old South and In'charge of garbage, and trash. collection. ,Because there are fewer farmer'
Councilman ,
The. bUowME.,bUla wereordered. -.,.,' .! .. I A motion,was made by : Coon Foal tw* ne-half miles many other parts< of the,country, .. now than ever before In history 1 ,
with second by
"' Owens, a
paid. A '' .... 'f f''I'eMt' )IEA' oilman' Dunaway. .to'; transfer' north of Jasper the Bakers Mil with their enchanting folkways."' 1.v t Palmer Smith will be in; charge of it's up to us, my Gail Law of Jar, "

00UN1'Y"1NQIGENT'Mrs.. ...'.....-. '' J.Walter S; I...00 4o the General Fund.'Mo' Road (SUM HMAHo.: 51). The) Florida FoBc.Festival is pwduced the Utility Department, with I sea pr FFA Chapter,:to f ,
: ,...,: : ,. Aft htfafg garbage o
: .t t .. ten carried. i. persons by tk* St <
yuYwt N..s, .h..4.1..V r.t .... ... Onunsianan: Dunaway ;made ''a<
Eva Lee. : l
: '." /ft'.1 .
; > ; .L..z' ''Incl ""r
._ Ida ..... ...... \die GO ) of us e1 to keep a Umt-aJd kH hN i
J FYdedafern
Mrs.'James Royab ?........w. n.i ... : ItaIIddIph JIq.Aks ww In the Renewal and Replacement Tin old dumpinga djacen1o 'Th. 'MajMsW Mfl be responsible' know how to use Rand the mater'- '

Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ........ .00Jlmmle Eloyals cecu,Eatmon pick up and. ... Fund in a one year Time cer the Evergreen Cemetery Is now Oty and engineer [al and medicine in It.
.Ot Orate so that the City would draw will Cancer Crusade for (he streets Gad Law, Chair-man
Candy ,,.......... 10 return box. aced and no further dumping
Bessie Holloway .......... 12.00 Precinct 9B nterest Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 1000 Day shift Saurtoy A I motion with was a second made by by Councfl-Mayor and cleaned up thereby ell- Starts MondayMonday \ : With warm weather 110ft...sight a

Mrs. Margaret Bacon .... 1000 Inspectors' mating this eyesore so close tour concentrated street rebuilding aro- :
t Annie Mae flier .......... 1500 Clerk. dydfr"Lashley Mrs.. Clyde Smith, nan Owens Motion pay the carried.following cemetery. ev.nlne'April 27. volun- gram la under way. Many improvements 1ii
Mary Cox ...............,' 10.00 Dnnie : rldn Exterminating 800 teen will start their march ajainstancer : are needed to the water and
.......... 1000 VIn..LucOe Hester .
Cora Cartwright 77.04 and call' on neighborhood cleanupof
Precinct 9& forth Florida Telephone Co ------ ewer systems, a general
...... WOO -
Joe Jackson 100U shift ... Jones Insurance: Agency..,. 10.00 homes throughout: ,, Jasper. our city Is needed To more efficiently
........ night 23409ollce
Christine Cumbass :......: 27.28 ubllc Relations .'J and Volunteers WOODS
Lanier System Corp. These Leaders coordinate' the Improvements I
..... 15.00 Scan Inspectors.
Jr. Stafford .
BurrUl Burnett, Clerk .. 112.08Sarreant Deparunent... 1.41096
Carline Mitchell ...........1000. E. W. 'Rozler P. .W.. Simmons Barney DIxie Bearings SoweD, Inc.' ...... 3273 Fire Department 70271 are extending make their HamikonCotddysCancer greatest, ) 'efforts the, resporarbilty for these ,, BURNING1 ,

Rance A Andrews SaL A,Exp. Bumh Jn. .tary'a Restaurant '....*.....3055 holding Inspection 7500. to departments' .Is more evenly div ;
County Agent ............. 31470W. Precinct No. 10'' Sean! 4: Sons Ins ..........1139 Public Works t ': Crusade a record breaking ided by these changes. aa
A, Drury. Sat Co. Atty''.. .57.78 Jesse Fouraker Inspector :vans ,Produdcta Co. .. 88.00 Public Buildings ... 84.39 success They will perform a two-

Salary County Commissioner Clerk box. Mr. ..Malory uregas ,Service ............2070! Street ,Department L95H? old purpose. They will seek public ,
Aaron Hogan ,%..T.......: 117.50' 1.r R Hogan return ,Mal W. G. D. Chevrolet Inc. ,....57. .97 Sarbage.Department,, .. 86874 contributions to' help support
Grover Wheeler ...i......i,10397 Tave'U pick' up box. Mr. Jasper,,Laundry A 11 Dry Ce mtery .... 181-90 the Society's year-round cancer lON tM >l +

Jack Vinson ..........,... 115.41 ory Morgan.' ,Cleaners .f....; .-..."...... ,41.622 Pube! Welfare 30.00 control programs of public education I
Lawton McCuWey ....... 103.97 : ._. ...*- tfotOroM tI:.. ,:21.00 Total Disbursements .... 7,025.43 .research and services for
Guy McGhin ............ UJ.31Isaac '- Toridan Restaurant ... 3.70 Total Cash Available March 31: \
: the
Chandler Jr. Exp .... '15.00 r 96250( r. 3,11062: cancer! patient At same ,.
f ...411.70Ann 2nd. Quarter licks Welding Shop .;12 88 1964 .?. time they win give to home residents ;
The'lma Lewis Sal. March Contribution 1.18 REVEMTOS '
State Treasurer Vestern Auto,Associate Store irniJTlES SYSTEM 'edueakmal If
C. Malpaa.SaL Sup. : March ... 1013.91Sally sties Service Oil Company 16426 FUND Informative cancer "
Registration ...;.....;.... 20290( Sapp $aI. Deputy Supervisorof Sandlin Auto Parts ..;..i... ,9580 Call Available, March:1, pamphlets. 1 t r; r ,

Margaret' Register Sat Sect to. Registration .. 11320 ewls Motor Co. ....;....... ''42.33 '1964 .t. $20374.61RECEIPTS Because we who'are volunteers I .' .
County Agent ............ 32.33 Frederick T. Mickler Jr. moon ting Hardware Co. ...... 28.70. :. of the American I Cancer" Society' 1t .
Wylma B. White Sal. AExp Proceedings 50.00 1 topical Uniform Rental ..' 112.25Whitehe8d Water Service .......... 2.20360 want to help ave 1 more lives we, t qtn:1 (
Home Dem. Agent ........25897 fames A. Rawls Jr, M. D. ]neon. Hardware Co. Inc 81.99 Sewer Service ...... 1.49500( urge and appeal to everyone "To ; : .' I
Ethel G. Dedge SaL Sect to Hone 50.00Jane Co. ..397.28"he .. 90.00 ,)
Proceedings Davis Meter;,A Supply Water Deposits Cure Give More" to the 1964 .
Dem Agent ...........*.... 83.14 McDaniel Incomp Proc. 9.00 J. O Burch Co.>........ 1283Ceenani ; Withholding Tax .. 40.80 Educational more. and Fund-Ratslng Cancer \ ,; ,
O. O. Edwards SaL Asst State R. N. Incomp Co 1363 36.84
Lamb. Supplies
Teresa Welding Social Security
Attorney ........<....*...> 893; 3.00 IVaflace Tternon, Inc. .,..' 5581; rnsurance .. .BjFotal Crusade--and !'"Fight Cancer t'\:\
Wm.' Randell Slaughter Sal. State John H. McCormlck SaL County E3za D. Smith ..... 1680 Receipts 3,888,7-1! with 'a Medical Checkup and .a '

Attorney .................. 1656 Judge .. 625.00F1or1da Oconee i Clay Products Total Cash Available .... 24163.51 Check," ,
Eva AWns Sat. Sect to Circuit Forest Service Fire Control Division .. 1,18348 DISBURSEMENTS: I L
Judge .. ...............". 26.19N. Hamilton County .... 7.94964 Jasper Auto Parts ........ 313 General Operations ..*...u Goddard Gets a ;
1L Williams Salary Yard Up- Florida Forest Service: Farm Florida Power Corp. 710.83: Vater Plant ...1.225.30. Rev.
Keep: ........':............ 41.5'1AMie Forestry Assessment ..... 88884 Petty Cash ............ 426Cr. (Tater Lines '
Mae Smith Sal. ClerkT. F.. Kenneth Tuten T A Commissions .. Harrell .... 1000 CITY MIN TWO .. .. Third in ContestTwo 1 1L'st
,C} Office ...:.......... T80T ..' 401.00 'There being no further business Sewer Plant .. 2.21
Kenneth Daniels Sal.,.A Exp. r. Kemeth Tuten Field Exp 416.66 meeting adjourned. Sewer Lines .- 629.46 Lake City Junior College students 1'
Co, Service Officer .......15097 : Sandlin Auto Parts Fuel Ct. T ) Wade B. Norris ChairmanTEST Water Deposit Refunds ..*..* 5000 were winners In the recent ; '
Betty R;.Mikell Salary Clerk T. A. House 106.26 ] Linian L., Bembry Clerk. Transfer Renewal A" Replacement> Florida Junior College Speech Tour. t
Office. .>.................. 121.66 SiarUe Rhoden Sheriffs Cost 41752 FINANCIAL REPORT Fund .. ...,60000 Junior c
Winiam Kyser SaL Vet. .... 495.15 V. T. Edwards T. B. Hospital GENERAL FUND Total Disbursements ...... 7.79714 nament at the Cull Coast *.. .. ,. .. '" '
shosvi'the'Ma3x t"fo'
Charlie Goolsby Sal. Patient Care March .. ...11750 Cash available, March 1 total Cash Available, March 3L College In.Panama Qty, The :picirnvibow;taken T>? w."FeaHi. {7'and '

Janitor, ................... 181.90 Dept Public Safety Radio Service ,1964 3,744.97RECEIPTS 1964 ....... 2146643. Llbby O'Brien of Lake City placed members the White Spring{Town Council who will direct the'' ..i
Julian Wood Sal. C/D March 1500 : : tTIUTY BINK1NO FUND second: in entertaining speaking Town Government for the 'year''1964-65. They are, left to tight.'W. '
Director ........;....... 11331 rhelma Lewis Refund Dich. Fees ellnquent Taxes .... 42.00 Tun Available Mareh 1, ; and the Rev. Harry Goddard of Morgan recently elected W. J f.\\\ \
Walter 1L Davis Sal. Maint ...23.09Expense A Copies 10.50r.nlllgan nterent 4............... 420 1964 ........ 4.840.0.1 White Springs won third place in A. Saunders, Jr., "holdover; Dowlin of the Council;,for the, \
Co. Comm. Office Machine Co. Office tdvertlslng Cost 300 RECEIPTS apeaktr.l.I : Thurber Sr., holdover"land appointed Chairman A

Grover Wheeler ............ i8.x Machine Repairs 30.00 Total ........ 4920 Jtllity Taxes ... 1. '1038 extemporaneous I Miss, O'Brien also was selected year; I. J, Lee Mayor reelected; Jerry! Barnett., holdover; and VHImer = '. '. 4t'

Jack VmMM ................ 6J5 1. W. Darby Plumbing Ct. Hs 12.00 963 Taxes .M. 291505 Total Receipts 1,21036otal featured speak. .Tomllnson. recently elected. \ .. .:-a, ;
Lawton McCuUey .......... 625 D.[ Clyde Smith Furniture agarette'Tax ...... 2241.75 Cash Available .. OGOJ9 to be one of three j f. ", \. ,
Guy McGhin ................ 625 1 Repairs ... 6.00 Licenses: ........... 23.50Bu11dInC ) Xsbursements: none' I ers at an awards) luncheon. \ 4,,"
Aaron Hogan: ................ 6.25 Hamilton Co. Bank February Permits .. 2800 Total Cash Available, March 31. Eight Junior colleges participated '
olmIarWe Ins. Co. Ins. .. 3.00 Exchange 12.49 Fines ... 543.00 1964 6060.39 In the tournament. Next year's Knock Knock .j :
Blue Cross -, Blue Shield Ins 71 JO. 3tv of Jasper Utilities Ct Hs A Mayor Fee's 1600 tmLnTB ING RF.HRYE,, tournament will be held at Miami l'
Social, Security Acct Social CoL Co. Agent office 23.80 Garbage .. ................ 3450 FUND Dade Junior College .. ...

..................7880 bride Power" Corp. Utilities O.Hs Cemetery Lots .*. 125.00 Ime Deposit March 31, L" "'
Security Retirement A Co. Co. Agent Off t,.1 98.23 Withholding Tax ...... 20740.octal 1964 .... ...* ,1x000.00 That will be i the, Cancer Crusader knocking at
Co. Off. A Employees: Western Auto Store Suppc>..-'60 Security .............132.73 RENEWAL. REPlACE,KENT Chicken; or Ham Dinners April 27th. f
Fund'Retirement ........ 142.99 Western Auto Store (1R W. Chance (nsurance ............. 75.00, FUND, of Gods' "j your doo'Monday'evening; I ,4
Federal Reserve Bank W. IL lot ..... 2,78 Total Receipts ...... 6,391.13 Jaih Available March 31, A* Church When your neighbor come 'calling on you Monday.
Quarter. .,.......>........ 881.00 Die Supplies Lanier Co. Maintenance Agreement Total Cash Available .... .10,136.06DISBURSEMENTS 1964. .,;>L..t........,. eOOOMRECEIPTSt 0 chicken CANCER, CRUSADE *
to behalf{vbf,t :
.forget get your; evening on
Bud Bollard Re. W Springs Health thermofax .. 5050 :' . ,Don't ; *
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Office i....:.............. 20.00 McCHmon's Office Supp. .... 23.14Sanfax Mayor and Council ... 56.00 anter from UtiJitles System I or') ham. dinner today' from theChurch be generous with! 'your :giftI. "Remember To CiHe4:
Town of Jennings Rent Jenranjra- Corp. Janitor Supplies' 36.59 Manxement and office ...... 647.00nnance Revenue Fund ......:. 090 00 dit c'bOd.:'! ''CaI1'790880ffar More. Give'More Fi' h$ Cancer with ',- Medical Clreok.,

Heatth.Offlce .............. 20.00 Hill Manufacturing -Janhor and Taxation .. 588.58prance !! Total Receipts/ .&80.00Total "\ : ..., i .''
Scat 'hensairer County Indigent egal) .M.i. 5000 Cash Available,.March 31 ')' deliveries." L"V '.* ".r. ** ,,"'" up and:l a Check!I'! .'" "'iI .i' ; : '

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I ', ., '., JASPER WS.ojAsPER FLORIDA Friday. April 17 1964
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.mfit I Mrs.;' A...J*' Walker,,has .been promoted WUlio) Pound- > ;:

'to,.Mjojfe:::ln',the.V.; S. Army Marvin SeJpb-Tra.ctor ;
? .;' 'Wax,,r 'entered ,the ,Jasper I Roger.vRatluT7tultryvRonald \: I .

CZflus : School: the sixth\ grade an).graduated Ratllff-Poultry. I

,,. ., ,! rigLkti: at Jasper High GIRLS DIVISION_: .
He was an outstanding Boy Scoutt t t'Jessica;Phimps? Chfld

,, He was president of the ETA In the herrl} Deas-Home w
Armchair or Plain Style four :yearsof high school., He,en-, Waunelle. Walker
; I -Garden
tend the service in 1947., ,March uGlftttif'IGlfTIR
Suitable for Business or Home Office :,. 24; 1964 he became MaJ. Vemoy, Rebecca Dedge-Home F $ FORMS
< I Walker. Terry Bonnell-Home EC.
Uti Burnett-Home
Excellent. $ .50 I -- 1 i Mrs. Stone'Lhtdsey of Dothan Gall TomBnson once.

31 j TAKE TIME TO LIVE on Friday at 12:55 p.m. to the parsonage ., Alabama, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sherry Andrews-lime '
Quality, From ........... I (from Pet nen', book on the "Art family. Six, lb., 14 ounce W D: Willis, writes to her parents ment 9)r
of Livtns" quoted In part)\ Miss Angeline Gay Booth can claim, of a recent revival at her church. Barbara Ann Hunter-

WS' i We should take time for good books her birthplace as Jasper.. The Parsonage On a Sunday morning there were Vic y Pautz--Home '
THE JASPER NE time to absorb the thoughts of poets family wishes to express 125 decisions for Christ. 75 joined Sharon Howell ,Leadership!

... .-. I "....... ,... and. philosophers, seen and prophets. their appreciation for the many for baptism and :50 Joined by letter. I Telna Rae'Cason-
I Time for music that washes l kindnesses and examples) of love There were 42 baptized that eve. Lillian RDey-&fety
away from the soul the dust of shown Ing. :
'"' to them during this happy Miriam HoweD- [
'. everyday We. .. ti me.,...Parents of rlitt .Miss Angeline l e e e ..
Time for. ? friendships:: tim for Gay are Rev.'and Mrs. Norman 'nie old standbys are 1 in -:::; .- ,

talks by the fire and walk beneath.Booth the honeysuckle, sweetshrub ,and Betty Sue,Zant-Clothing ... 5.4.... ...........

w Time the star for I S. roses and the amaryllls, eVen Deborah Judy Harvey Clothing :.......e/
laughter, time for letting' Otology has to do with the study the ordinary, kinds. Smith-Clothing.
go and filting the heart with mirth. of the ear and since John Glen e o Serena Williams-Dress :r...w....

Time for nature; time for:,flower I i i bumped his sead on the bathtub> Mrs. Jack Holkxnan and daughter ..-...-....daa.a.e.row.twrtessrtisnrttssnrnrrrttsr. .
gardens birtJt
trees and sunsets' much has been said about the ear 'Mrs. Bradford Wells (Joyce) (Continued on Page ) s

and Time! alone for solitude and to;look time be quIet. sand' Its mechanism. -.Most victimsof spent the weekend in Tampa guests THE JASPER: NEWS
Injuries: to the inner ear recoverin of Mrs. Helen Mashburn.
Time for
worship time -
; opening
;, The Hollo/nans and Mashbums
three to six weeks after
our lives to God's Infinite no more
springsof treatment than rest and were nextdoor neighbors in Tampa
vitality that we care. "
I may moreabundantly. Glen's recovery is taking longer. more than 20 years ago when Jack (fff th.
1|. .,.. -.Ao (HoDoman taught Military Scienceat ._ ", r s UNITY i in the COMMUNITY
(I In'aD ,ways let us make our moment Mlche aJ\&Ielo'PteJa" has been Plant City High. The friendship .. that GETS the JOB: 1FLORIDA'S !

glow with life Let us pray flown to New York for the World's formed then continues.. I -... -. -=.--:...-.-:= ,--= .-=- -=--:::::: =-:::.-I
as Mathew -4
Arnold -
: Calm, Calm ,Fair. The Vatican took out $6 -
me more,' nor let'me die, before I million in humpty-bumpty! insur-|, Prof and Mrs: M. [. Powell have
have begin to live" I I
wr r,, . lance I for the sea voyage and $20 a new grancfeonr Kenneth Alan FLORIDA facts
*million for It', stay at the fair. | iWhaley the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
The April meeting of Jasper Woman' of Brunswick. Mr.
Don Whaley
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In Spain they are aquabb1irlC
Club was In charge of the In .
recently an
iWhaley, who was '
a 1t d'1 over the proposed loan to the Fair I
Library,Committee. The devotional teaches in
automobile accident,
of El Greco's 15x24 foot "The Burial | 62,000 FARMS
was given by Rev; Mr. Herring v
Glynn Academy, Brunswick. "
of Count Orgaz. .
at Calvary Baptist Cinch Mrs. . Mrs. Rlner. mother of Prof. M. .. _
+ >Virginia Chandler. Chairman of the Powell, has returned from three 21,000,000 ACRES, 60% OP __
Mr. Gene Adicks of jhe Hamilton 1. **.. ..
introduced N.fA.
weeks in Jacksonville with
County Bank I is at home after two spent .
Mrs. LuclBe ;
Leslie who gave short MOP NEARLY 35,000,000 ACRES. "Ia1M14
weeks in St. Vincent Hospital for her sister.
of two books: O'Hara's '
r "The Hat on the Bed" and Slaugh surgery He expects'to\return to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper and

ter's book "A Savage Place" Mrs. his work very soon now. Ills many little son visited.Mrs.Hattie Harper
Chandler friends have missed seeing him and
; gave a talk on the RegIonal this week.
Library, will be happy when' he'is. in his ac . .. :.

Mrs. Blanch Deas, the labrarlan customed place.. ',_. A feature of the May Breakfast
for Hamilton County Library which I (Woman's Club) will again be an
understand large number of
is ," Prizes well
a part of the Suwannee River original "hat show
folk win attend the New
Regional Library, had a number Jasper be given to the funniest the pretti
t of new boob on display. I.York Fair. ., est the most orogmal. The hat

t'i yc<, r It was time for election of club The District Carden Cub meets will be worn by the one creating It.
officers for the next two yean. The In Madison April 22. S. ,

following were unanimously elected t i I April 23-the Live Oak Garden The Annual County 4-H Awards
: Club has a flower show at the Gar Banquet took place at the VFW Florida 'Farmers
Mrs, W. Arve'l' Drury, President den Center. Saturday evening, April 11. Parents A TON
Mitchell, vice pres. and were
The Jaspser Carden Club meets
Secretary Power goes!
n'l Friday. April 17, at the
!.In..H. M. Curry, Treasurer. Lounge. Mrs:'Harrell has the program Dr. Emily King, the 4-H agent COMPLETE PLANT FOOD, IS MINED IN THE

The club year closes with the Each one will bring.a covered from Gainesville, was the main ...I. STATE AND REQUIRES MINIMUM TRANSPOR.TATITUJ ....,..
May meeting which la known over dessert dish> -- speakers Her subject, the 4-H,, ... -. ...... .._.
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state as the May Breakfast. . Past, Presentand, Future. "
: Thia Is always a special occasion Invitations are out'for a Golden About 160, were present at this
fI ;f' .., : ,
SMITH. CROFT. .. a Wedding Anniversary' of Mr. and affair.: Presiding were the 4-H
,w, ;., Council President Don Weth-
-- FROM TIMEMachines Mrs. A. Pollock at their home In Boys
Mr; and Mrs: 'George Vaktata ingh' 'at New- Jennings,April 26.: erlngton and the 4-H Girls Council
Daniel : School and attended Jersey's Sterl .' President, lluian Riley.
Smith:*announce*theh Thomas Voca lag Drug Company have Just
enngagement r County: onal School. pro, ,
.Last Saturday th re'was area d- The awards ran as follows t
an*approach* duced their 100
** marriage of their Mr.' Croft 1* employed at'ModernI'Appflances billionth Bayer. '
daqgnter, Jewell Joyce, to'Mr. 'In',Valdosta*' **' psrin,tablet" r- /1Ii I l clinic Madlsor/ftt let the N.Fla.f Mr. Jim Dunaway Ag. ,Teacher,,
Herj /f College Those'goin, wereI certificate fappreclation for
man Colbert Croft.,ion of Mr* 'I The US. now manufactures 27
The wedding will'be solemnized Miss Virginia Daniel, White'Spgs. In the 4 H program.Mr .
W Croft and the late Mr. Croft of miSIon )bs. of aspirin a year. I I cooperation -
VaHosta.< June 28 at'8:00: p.m.' In the' First Aspirin Is the world's first true Mr. John S. Hart, Mrs. J. R. Tuten, Jack VInson and Mrs. Nell

Miss Smith graduated from Jas- I Baptist. arch of Jasper: No local wonder drug-tho it cures nothing. Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Hazel Rhoden received recreation pins

per High School and In now a Sophomore Invitations are beln gsent. but It is a palliative for a variety of Hunter, all'of Jasper, Mrs. Maud for leadership In 4-H recreation.Don ----f _
at Stetson all friends 'and relatives of the IDs-from the common cold to the Havener of ;Jennings. Wetherington was awarded a
University of De .
Land Mr, Croft graduated from ; couple,arm; In 'ite& crippling) deformity of rheumatoid Stationed I In Germany, he la mar book, "I Dare You," and a medal ..
arthritis. It has become the universal ried to Aurora Vigil and she and the, for leadership. AIrt

r --'-- remedy for reducing fever three children live In El Paso, Tex Dennis Smith-leadership.
STARTING I and! for any pain from a hangover as. Last summer they spent the Brad Vfaisson Home Improvement STUMP BROS.
NOW! I,to cancer. vacation weeks in Germany with Bobby Hickman-Achievement

One ,qua rt'can of 'Texaco' Charcoal I It is derived from Wilton bartt.1 him.' Major Walker expects to return Gerald Smith-Field Crops.
Lighter, Fluid Hippocrates recommended it, for to the U.S. in June and be herein Wade' HoweU Field Crops

.FREE'with: every, tankful of,gasoline at our station pain and fever. I time for the Clardy reunion July Wade M\JI1Ihy-Boy Agriculture 1

until supply is.,exhausted.. The American'Indians gave willow 5. He.requests that his 'relatives Jim DeVaLeadership CASH & CARRY
tea for relieving'' pain and fever and friends meet him .here at that

': It is the saUcyMc acid In it. time.
:FREE: !
FREE The Latin word for willow Is saUx.: .LFER BUILDING MATERIALS

Taylor's Texaco Station A bundle from heaven,, arrived Vernoy Walker youngest son of 300

.' ..,-...- South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

:JASPER: Telephone 7922903HOLLAND Telephone 242-5566
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I I 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
'1 f1'Y I .... $2.69

4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet


DARK 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet

.......... %" CD. Sheathing Plywood .... $3.42

E 8,500 ITU S 4x8 SHEETS
S1 pM Per Sheet

; .L..t'. a tutla '. Ptrlenctl; Copehl..P.s'.A.D' 'LI I liii COOLINGCAPACITY I RUBE ''%" Prefinish Mahog. Plywood $4.80

R 4x8 Sheets M
I 10 pRp per
.................... $44.00

"I want to ..... my; "Jnc rongnr SmSAU t; HOLlAND h a u. 40. at $119.95ELECTRIC Asphalt Treated I' Per M
to not being, cblo totrsvol .
Mentor *o g... Afprefriotloiis "

Stat nmpatgn In'CMwtofttly ttrauqhout total of during Ifs my entire can this Member.ot., ...Cvmmfttte.JL Aoronovllcol. GENERAL % SHEATHING .."'.N: .ri.:: ..... $ 7.00

and SIMKO khan Commit.,
didacy lot reelection o* yourUnittd :

;Y. ft.l at t tats this critical Senator period, but It I too.JL Member. ...... ....... Ajrt.nltvro TkCL Rockwood i PerM
would rot be and wiio hov to Florida tovoWathJngton Milteo.JL ond hang 2"...._... $40.00

not rapr'Mnt4' In'Congrttl Atyour Membor jelnl CommlNeo "BIRD
Senior Senator, I might' .. mdodleo. MooMoMtal ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Roll
point out that the Influence Ped.ttl.xpesdlterw,
oneS the power of en Individual JL ......f.Bto...... Dew oftTM 15-lb. Asphalt'FELT ..._........... $1.95
Senator It very largely' de cant f.tee.<..e CemirtMeo. ftl/BaXR/ t
t.mined by the KNrOUTY b*'' TWO-SPEED COOLING LOW far qwla' (shin] STAMP (row dieMS
fdjfMtof MftltflAsl IMA IMMI inch
has attained.** tNIIftI y rMjMMMe& for ... comfort si'HIGH for maximuM cool..... omalloei. to tao t.ry 9x9 eachSolid

r. Speuard HoU.ncI'a now ten rtomnium. of H....... .. AUTOMATIC 'THEftMOSTAT.' a*.I**.... N.l/t Vinyl TILE
l''' his Itch' >r 14c
g'' year at a KwnU JLUBntST .._ ...
MBnorw/ of Dollor of .. icsMflk Choose from STAMPS : _..____.
of the United Statet tenare .rot Fond. .e..iU" tone ofthomondfof tftmpararar ten mtlujs.WASHABLE UUt to
;.. from Florida<..and he!I.6tIt tofce wMdl tof 0 Alt 'FILTER MTM. KIM ... ::pL..N rort s* yor'sew
"i In lh..dw of Seniority M tt* awe LasRns ... .... It trashes ; .hi Mia sis. MORTAR MIX\ sack $1.15
f Democratic mombonhlp .* ate eua.ery rfefct *. /' la _...;.._..._..
r ...., ooo to .*o _It,. sw+ q >telw fee
; :Sonofe .....N r. M., ADJUSTABLE Alft DIRECTOR... owdfotlMra sbdr&R. Lk. iaa y.. rt..ll ..edl.aS.Qy 12 12 inch Plain
4: *for snoxIratfM penetration or M. ..... ozyoot to pay x each
SPESSARD _.5 to 4S cI.'r.... caS I.I ooo M M mmf CEILING TILE
L KUBBUt STAMP seta .._............__.... .095
t rM r, We oJooovo '
o vUo .eele lU. *f F.O.R OUR
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U. So S E N A T O These Prices CASH
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,Charleston South Carolina with Sunday afternoon in Late City: j To Hold] Democrat DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO.E.S.: News slon at the coliseum: at Jacksonville
their son and bother Mr. and Mrs I with their brother and uncle Mr. TO acEXT AT nuENnunp I It was called the Light and Ham'
I Billy Itaupt Mr., and Mrs. E. F. and Mrs. Arthur Paul King 1 Rally At Jennings The District Sunday'Schools of. any Session. Our Mrs.Irene Johns
'By LOIS ,ZIP ERE.&' j / Jasper Chapter No.: 199 O.E.S Grand :;
Haupt selebrated their fiftieth wed,I Hamilton County will meet Tuesday outgoing Worthy Matrortg
nB. went in a body to the night service
,Those who make *,the went use'of ding anniversary the borne of ;I''* FRT I I The Hamilton County Democratic April 21 at t pm. at Friendship of Jasper Methodist Church April, presided over the session.; ".
their Saturday. 'Man3':of Everyone'please' { remember the Baptist Church. Several
ion Billy ;
their time complain of its ahodnna.Jeaa'DeLaIlnae. Executive Committee will sponsor yeurgpeople 5. The Chapter plans to visit the .
their children and friends>were fish fry at Bumham ChristionChurch of the will l .y'HELP
'v- : pees Democratic rally for all Demo- county hapr ton 'oher' churches in Jasper and the. .,
ent to enjoy this occasion with them Saturday Evening April 18., the ., .'
"r' .* .. ;// X 1 i t'from 5-00 to 7.-00 : 1 icratlc;Candidates at Jennings 'on .program.ibCAL count st an early date.
'*:.Mrs.,Isaac Shiver and daughters' I, Mr. lid Mos.Keith iidlDlson aDd I Ii : '.- -p.m*. Saturday,'Apri118..,.,aU:36: p.m. il, 'I On April $, Jasper .S pras rcprrsentedat STOP ,
Ail Democratic : 0
candidates will
Mrs. Anson Johnson: of ,Jennings' of Jacksonville the S&h session of
Mrs.'Pete Blair
son Robert of Beaumont South Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Dottie Hancock of Dolt ,
and Mrs. Maurice Llndauer of Valdosta be given an opportunity to be heard ciS. Grand of MALICIOUSYOODSBURNI:
Chapter the State of
are spending several days with and son and daughterinlaw and Texas Is home visiting Mr. and Florj j
the is
spent the weekend in Pensaccfla and Mr.and Mr. and Mflk Billy Blair, ofaid'. 'public Invited to attendOn' ,,Ida by Hannah Bland Mary Bryan '
parents grandparents I I Saturday, April 25, another Mrs. O'Neil Coolsby) } to be here for \/
with their daughter and sister Myrtle Allen and Edna
Mrs. Anson 'Johnson. Jennings Visited their parents l will be held On e'. wedding; on Sunday, April. Hogan
1ft*. ..... rally In White Springs.
and Mrs. Peridn Bogans. Theyi I I''grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. Otta 19., """ I The Grand Chapter held thla ses- I 1
also attended their grandson and! '' !Ul
I Alderman been afternoon
Mr. Gordan has Dean Sunday .
nephews' Perkin -
Bogan's Jr. wedding confined to Hamilton County: Hospital Jennings FHA'ersGo '
over their, ... Saturday, I for the past several days. We I r Miss Oara Waters passed awayat ,. :
- I I hope Mr. Alderman will soon be her home in Arcadia. Fla Sunday To State Meet To The Voters of
Mr-and Mrs. Garrard Sullivan and I well and back home. I I night. Miss Waters Uved in
children of Macon Ga.,spent Saturday -I ,Hamilton County when quite young 'Do yooknuw the "Steps Toward
night and Sunday with their 'Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mitchell cf She Is the sister of Mrs. B. C. Success" This was the theme for
parents and grandparents Mr. and I Red Level Alabama spent the weekend ,I Johnson of Greenville, na.I the Florida Future Homemakers' ;
.Mrs. Joe Sullivan. Mrs. Sullivan with their uncle and aunt Mr.I Convention at dearwater April 9-11 Hamilton County .
went home with them for a five day I and Mrs. J. D. Lasseter. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith of Jasper attended] by Carolyn Mathis, Mary
visit Also spending some time P Mrs. Winnie Mar Wells nd Miss Barbara Pearman,
,with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Sunday So often the line of least realm I tin of and Twin daughter Lakes ,Ga spent Sunday advisor, of Jennings High School. The people in the Florida State Department Agriculture have
afternoon were their son tance is the one we sign on. I afternoon with their sister and Aunt' From the welcome and responseby some real interesting figures on the growth of our beef industry in the"* t
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Democrat Messenger [Mr. and Mrs. George Young Sr. F.H.A. elves to the impressive past twenty years. Butalong; with this remarkable growth
Oorbett Sullivan of Live Oak. installation ceremony of the new we are
. Mrs. Fred S Roebuck e 1 spent Sundayin officers at the banquet, it was an having many new problem's' which we are going to have to solve if
Mrs Elizabeth Kramer and children Valdosta with her sister Mrs. MIMEOGRAPHPAPER ,enjoyable and informative meeting we intend to remain a leader in this phase of agribusiness.
Betty Cean. Jimmy and Mr. This year, for the first time, there
and Mrs. Lue Robinson and Mrs. Jim Geiger. was an FHA all-state chorus, direo- In 1929 we sold 42 million i pounds of beef for some $3]/ million. .
Kramer's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Selph and THE JASPER NEWS ted by.Dr. Richard Warren, conauXant : It has now increased to 342, tillionrounda.totaling $67 million. x
F. Haupt spent the weekend in daughter Rhonda and Marsha spent Stem the Florid DepartmenM
Education. But even with this significant( i ir crease in production, we in Florida ,
________ --------------- M" Mary daughter t
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Mrs. Mrby Wells of ,produce twenty per cent, the top quality beef consumed in .i.y:
a.I RE-ELECT. Jennings,sang in the chorus. ,Florida. This means we have a
YOTE. FOR poten- 4
: ,AND (Special speakers were Dr. Walter
R. Courtenay, pastor of the First | tial market in Florida for 350,000 more
Presbyterian Church in Nashville 'm "fed"cattle than were produced last

f I Tennessee; Dr. Herbert True, author year. Now add to this the fact that our
\ti; 'l-arry T: Reid i i.t. I I I cation and for director the National of research Labor and Foundation eduI '?r population in the Sunshine State is increasing

of South Bend, Indiana. Dr. ;: ; at least 200,000 annually. This
Courtenay spoke on "MarriageCalls a' ;; means ,we will need another 31,000
'; Superintendent of Schools for Preparation." He pointedout '' n'n' '
:. j a' County that the most durable head of cattle annually just to take care
marriages :- "
were those taking place in a of.the, demands of new Floridians. 1
1 L: ":::" ; .' LET'S' LOOK AT THE RECORD church and performed by the minister This vividly points up the fact that ,

t of the bride, whOe the most if'we are going to remain competitive ,
Under\ the Leadership ,of our Superintendent Harry T. 'Reid dangerous were elopement of teen- ''we must adopt' new methods of cattle '
Thousands: of Dollars have been saved on transportation costs by : agers. Dr. Courtenay stated that '
raising. We well find ourselves
most marriages break because may
up .
using sound business, practices in keeping' daily records of gas used : of Immaturity of at least one of the doing' away, with raising cattle on' the :"
by busses '. I: .married pair.DrTrue In'. his h. range. We may instead: be raising cattle '
topic "Educa-
Beginning in 1957 our Superintendent started placing money, : ion, an Essential." pointed out that in pens''althogether ,and refining our

:; ,hot needed for immediate use," on Time: Deposit, thereby earning I women were 25 percent more creative feed pens with improved scientific methods, as poultry farmers have,
of interest : than men. He' went'on to for the most part, converted from barn yard flocks to forced feeding i _'
r interest for our schools: Since February of 1957 the amount '
,that,,all with
say greatness begins
earned by the school Board"amounts to $26,118.74 Twenty six thou- : being different SQd that Imaglna- in penned areas. Many poultry'people are refining production to the f
ion is than point where they are able to get a pound gain in 'weight for !
sand one hundred eighteen.dollars: and seventy four cents. : more Important knowedge. 'every
I He encouraged the FHA'ers 1 154 pound of feed the birds eats.The average poultry producer is lucky
From Auditors Report of June 30, 1956, one half of the School : to go to college understand them- if he get'S a pound of gain for every 2 lbs of feed..But in raising cattleit I

Y Bus Fleet was ((9 to. .16 ,year: old., Beginning in 1957 we started -replacing I: have selves enthusiasm better. He-for urged enthusiasm them .to in takes ten pounds of,feed to produce one pound of beef., \.

$ a few busses each'year.Since 1957 we have purchased 23 new : life changes you into a powerhouse.The 4
J school busses Hamilton County= now has 'a fleet of busses comparableto I speaker at the banquet was Some of the experimental'stations are doing remarkable things ,
in the State. Karen Reiner of Ft. Lauderdale, with force-feeding cattle. I read of one of the experimental stations

any who is National FHA Treasurer.She where a university had put a small amount.of f Cortizone, in,their highly ... t.

This School term 1963-64 Hamilton County was one of Seven had been recounted hers the because experiences of FHA that and concentrated 'feed and'th e rate of gain jumped seven per cent and .tL\:

teen counties in the state to receive a rating of 100% on its school ended by saying that it could happen reduced the ratio:of'gain 4.42 to ,1 1.f.' .
Good Business Management we' have .. .
bus fleet; 'In seven years by 4 to any FHA'er.
risen from nearrthe.b ofn.vtd ,the top and at, the same .time ,Held : At the, honors night on Friday, We must do more 'of 'thlfr/type, of research herein Florida.' I I.. ,4''

Our. Transportation ,cosurdoijrn.v Good .Busbies J Practices pay I:, ': Scholarships: and State Homemaker think that Dr. T. J. Cunha'at t"UieUriiver.ity'of: Florida, and, others L :
Degrees were awarded. Honor there, are ,doing'' a fine job. But this is ''one area where, I feel we ,

Keep an Experienced Business';Man, in This,Important, Office! : had Roll done certificates certain work for chapters;in FHA were who desperately' need to have more research conducted. Many 'of 'you, .

THERE 'IS NO>'SUBSTITUTE! FOR EXPERIENCETWTEf presented, Carolyn Mathis, daughter ,who, raise beef,cattle are,worried;,.about the depressed market., I feel
<-.k .w- .. ,of M and Mrs. John Mathis of that the we spend for research may.make.the.difference be- ...
'r'''' ':':1i'.r' ,b. ," ',''FORf'' Ato1, v. ""' "- JeotrE .'.preented the .)Jennings- : ,., money, ""* "*" t t.
>'\ =ELECTHARRY $ftween ncJ -
.. 1t'1'," ,, 'p. Chapter receiving. one of. these ;. 'l.iure! a :f c jjj ajhiit j i !
j" '. REIDL 'j awards A .,,'T/ormaeiWmay/! open, the;door* foT o3n. o7,01 ,. ,"I'O, ,
T. --- into this business'rather than having-tv- move away:from our ,many i

4 MAPLE 'O O'EUOM'EDDIONST&TlON' farm communities after they have Completed' school.

FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS :4 CLUB MEETS 'There is another phase of the,cattle business I'd: like to discuss. t S

"" 4 The Maple Grove Home Demonstration I We hear more and more abo t1imPfrted beef hurting our business.Let's .
Club met Wednesday, AprilS .
look this
at problem
,. They met at 10:00: a,m. for a
workshop to finish the owls whichwe Slightly over ten per cent of the beef eaten by Americans last

Are We Being Represented ? Folk are Festival going to held have at for Stephen sale at Fat the year was imported. This is Indeed a large bite of our market, but

er Memorial on May 123. After add to this the fact that there is only a three per cent tariff on imported '

work was finished the business beef and we. see a real danger,here ;.K' '
iiii s Friends', 'in three short weeks, you meeting: I was he# .

'', will go to thepolls; to make a decision. Mrs. Katie Hunter president, opened But it certainly further indicates a need provide more research.

...::. This decision 'Will affect you, your chil the meeting, followed by devotIon if we are to effectively compete on the,world market.. I can see 'no

':y"; c "' dren, and the future of our\. county. This members and roll call. There' were 13 reason why we ,cant t improve, production methods in beef 'so 'that P

;: :{ .. is an important matter, it deserves and new member present., Mrs. Irene We received Knowles a; we are downright feared, on the world ,market, just as our American
l: t1 ,I: merits your conscientious consideration. also Mrs. Marie Norris came backto broilers are.
' As in driving around the r cXib. She has been unableto ,
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:. \ The most interesting about imported beef I think Is to
; '' the haven't been attend due to Illness in her famly. point ,
,'.''; ;:Jf.!'"' c'... county in the, we represented Our next' meeting will be May note, where the vast percentage of it, goes. Last year some sixty
i ; .' past. 20 as it Is our last one for ,the
; per cent of imported boneless beef from Australia went 'directly to

M di I want to, and would appreciate season cookat: ,We Cone are going Bridge" to have on ,the a retailers who ground it for hamburger and ,thirty-five per cent was

i s ;, 4 tha opportunity of serving each of you. Suwannee River. Everyone be used by packers for frankfurters and other processed meats.'

,' I have lived in Hamilton all sure to take your fishing poles and
my the number
if plenty of bait. Hamburgers will My friends, one problem in the beef cattle industryis
',:, 4 life and I watched my classmates leave be grilled. All fish caught will be consumer trends.: We adapt our production to meet these consumer ; '

.i"; w here to find employment- This is heartbreaking fried. ''We are all looking forwardto trends in two ways:' ((1)I) to produce a low cost utilitarian beef k'

to all of us, we all)) want our a'wonderful'day. ((2)) to vastly increase the supply of choice grade beef.
rMrs. Roy Cooper reporter
families I don't have clear-cut
\ : near us. ., ,,
;' '4 'L :.e plan to.jndustralize our county immediately -- Recently, freight rates on various' feed grains shipped into ,the
'state from the Mid-west have been,reduced by at least I fifty per cent.

: after taking office but I promise you),that I plan to use the full t l: On corn this can amount to .as much! as ,fifteen cents)per bushel l;for

..'\:: : power and prestige of this office in promoting our county. '.', 'r grain shipped in single covered hopper cars.having a capacity of sew :
; enty-five tons and containing not less than' fifty tons: ',
I realize to represent anyone, it'' is'necessary to keep in constant iii NATtaN Noa1 LI5NTi.V A t
;'w touch with them. ,I intend to do just that, all the time, not just (ana OMAk a+ww) CMWIIS A rtw MIA pnowSEARS VtAM, <;,1 earnestly; need your:support in this'electionrso, that we' ayme&t e
'} ,, prior to the election: 2 years from now. 'TIMe TO TIMe ',the challenging days ahead ,with an ,aggressive and positive

; 'progT m. I cite years of successful business operations in timber, r
I will work with the various civic and governmental organizations '
..' ," cattle, and tobacco. I promise you that I will conduct the States business 1 t
and f I plan to meet
in promoting establishing industry on our county, in sound and reasonable
F. periodically with the various county officials, to discuss with them a manner ,

the various problems that I can help solve through legislation. This, I call to your attention 'the 1961-63 Senate Journals which recorded

of course, will apply to the people of Hamilton County individually 1Ttc Senate Bills 638, 639 640, 641, 642 643,. 705, 1088, and
1089. All of these bills were introduced by' the Incumbent for? 'the y
My opponent bas called me HA T BOY" to many of my huge monopolistic dairy producers. By no stretch of the imagination

friends, but friends. I want you to know that 'THIS BOY"will REPRESENT could you call these bills,"in the best interests the people and
small dairy farms. Dairy farmers in thq Seventeenth District, \
EXPERIENCE? EXPERIENCE WITHOUT RESULTS IS WORTH YOU need a voice at the capitol. to speak for'YOUIlt'I

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FJa.- Corp' Ittttitles Norman Douglas ; '
: County i Minutes;; ; Library,.......'..*_;.1,...... ', Daniel D,'Johnson ........"16U8 3Ii jt tiIlPltBtWs
awt/ r''y; ( ,, ( I ConUnttedVrom Face, 1)) Library ............4....... 9.05 Walter V.'Moore ......... 164.&) Published .Every Friday :
: 'Supplies' .. .:,: 70- Sheridan House Inc.' Books ., 3.30 Colonial) Life Ins., Co. Its ,
M L Powell General Office Eqp. 0] >. Office:& Albertson Public' Library I ...;.;...........;.... 6.00 I' 'i' '
.. I Supplies ....... ..1...... ?S.91 Book F.................. 119.90 Orft. 'Employees Retirement. .Second.dais Postage";: Paid at Jasper. Florida
\\1, For the'third consecutive: year adiatlnct and teachers to do an even better Gooden!. inc. Supplies, Sheriffs Mrs. Blanche Dean Travel Expl.40'WINE Fund Retirement Mar. 176.39 Subscription: 'Strictlyin Advance '
} << i t honor has been given to the qaujtty of school work. Radio SupplCo... JU.Vt"I 10.18 A FORFEITURE' FUND >Blue April Cross....*..Bnte:.:...Shield.......Ins..101.29 3.00 Hamilton County"'- $ .oo Outsick:.of'County

.1//, SQJtence'departnent of the National Jasper of Win the:,co-operation: of of' Hamilton th dry Bowen Office Supplies ..........149.50 John Judge II.,. Mccormick.............i Sal.{A;..Juvenile.. 70.00 Social Security Acct. Social Card of Thank* .'. ....._. .J $1.00 Minimum ".
High School.:East year the Jasper teachers The II A W, B., Drew Co. Office Joseph.' P; Holloraan 'Salary Juv. Security C..1..;..,.....,,159.84! a
Science Research Foundation Pro County the,' 'Jasper P.T.A"and SuppUtf ........1..1.........8.78 Counsetor .................. 49.27 Federal Reserve Bank,W. IL 1st.. Telephone SYcamore- -,2633'l'.I'} ,
with the University ,,the HamOtoh County Chamber, of P1ntlnlf. ...
in cooperation K2660SandUln
I gram n. Jasper News"Mv. John H.' McCormlck CrfAJudge of Florida holds a special Commerce: 'and' Interested Individuals Forms .... ....n.H..... 169.$8 Expenses I..;*/? A.r.*..... 357.50 .Auto Parts Accessories : Mr.. and.Mrs, Robert EMert, Editors and Publishers
summer\ ,session for a select group the proposed scholarship W A. Drury Exp. attending Co. I Robert L. Conner Witness Gas A Oil March: ,......., 848.91 --
. of academically talented students I sponsored by the local Uona Qub CommConvention.; .......... 97.00 Fees .....;.........:......1.6.00 Florida Power Corp. Utilities I .
in'the field of science. In the 1961-62 through the Southern ,Scholarship Dan Braswell T. C. Commis- Rv A, HollingworuV Witness March .......h........... 54.3?
, '" school year Billy and Research: Foundation ;,of akJrIa :.-;.... .... 359.21 Fees .........,*......:.. 6.00 No. Fla.. Telephone Co. Phone: I cLIARiIKI.! r
3, I 'i'f&!'11': Dahl.was tapped Florida'State University,TaDa. F, '8.\ HmU InVurance .PremiumT. .. John QramberlalnWltness Camp ................:... 18.00 .
........... I7-00
C. Office .... I .
Fees ......
':'' tot' W hooor. basses is now almost a reality. "3.00. Western, Auto Store Supplies
\ ( Last; year the hon Lions dub hope to Bite a breakdown gaaasflpasstivsJga'S' Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's'Cost A: Camp ...................... 3-00 I MOST LIlKIi&YBIO
Prisoners .... 1594.85Fier
went to Jerry the status at the scholar Clerk[ Feeding LeWis:Lxnber Co. Lumber Roads
I i'. 1' 1 t'. Jor 'This year.ship in on the MI'W.\ gala Decton Deputy.... U.50 OrIn Power Ext. Cbrp. Utilities Jail 41.02 &: Bridges ......,............ 92.88J. .
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1' honor goes to a rather dteu*' ,arena*,""ai dea'crtpttan Nt1a., Telephone Co. phone 20&35. Jail ...........?....,-?. ., 800 .,O. Burch Co. Supplies ........1L23C
.t O. Browne Co. T.38HoDowI7' r
Don this new SUpp.
Wetherington ot artaUnfctjk a Jasper Laundry Jail .; 12.72
Lumber'Ox VlateriaisBlock lot r ............
Gas 13.90
This .Is a fun lUlU 7 1wek; qQ but fcrteiV aMa" *hat Lewis Lake Collier PlumbtEt7a11 9.00
1.39 Hardware ......
'? mer. Institute to it wffl take a OTtefeiifc the sxfcalanv"shipk. I rhino HOUle "ca'Materials for City of Jasper Utilities -JaU, 1L70 King A Sons Parts Supplies. ........17.98 :
beheld, from Junes _KT* matt sake a total of Suwamee V ltouse .,-...".... Tt84 Home Gas Co. Fuel Jail .... 44.80 lUng. .Power Corp.Moldboard- 'A. '
> to August 8. These selected stu, SSeo.00!i per mar Iw fli w WKMCtfv ntnt Co. Materials for: Western'Auto Store Supp Equipment Parts ........ 342.43
E. C. Browne ..... .... .. ...... .. 23"SCREEN'
dents work with outstanding science;i yean !fa care%>saMtefc tae Vaunt House .-.'... 6- Jail. .1 : 5.37 Whitehead Hardware Co. hater
,. ,research workers of the nation The I sdwtant. TWte wi W a ccntoo* J. Cv Bwrch Ox Materials for vettlUP Thelma: Lewis' Clerk's Fees 9.75 Cable A,Tools ............ 122.70 ,
training received in these Institutes 'Ping schohLnh. tar a posted at 90 Anne .................19.95 lOll Mfg... Co. Janitor. Supplies' Valdosta! Machinery Repairs fti
will be of great value during the years or more wfttm arty aAfittonial Thrtma Lewis Feee Recording co. W.Jail .h.'u.?. .i..i. 49.00 Equipment ............... 64.00The : ..
A. Drury Comm. Bond Eat. -
.......10.55 on Langdale
students senior:year In high school !i iV expenditures or doMtJonaunlessf Instruments a Tax attending Co. A Conviction Fees ........ 218.47Social A Co.Sons Lumber 164.70M. v j.! Itarsd
and In preparation for ArnoldeD1e -,f I I': wish to establish more than ODe Jack Q men.VTnson! Com-entlon Exp. ....... 97.00. Security Acct-.i dal '1'1, parts...........Eqp....... 148.56
trance. Dr. Luther A. 'scholarship' -. The monetary..values Henrietta eraig'county;' Security .............x..10.50 Vulcan Materials Co. pipe r
ector of the-National Science Research -'''to the student will be approximate'Iy Mrs.Indigent .ru.!...*..... 10.00 Co. Off 'Employees Retirement Concrete( ) ............... 920.jKwnan ".&\ .
Program at GainesvQle sent, $800.00 per year. explained be Ruts Ander' a Labor % material Fund'' 1/; ...; U.59, Welding Supplies t '
letter .special commendation tare tai scholarship.( tf to be county voting house ;.... .... 188.48 ROAD A BRIDGE FUND. I'1 I Supplies ... 41,99 ""
Donald and to ,his teacher. ''Mr. .wide and is,'to be based upon Hamilton County Bank Marchxchsnge' O'Neal Goolsby ..../ ..,. 209.15i,. Shands A Baker, Inc. Road .* "rT' *MoM.
Harold Bethea.. We want to Join scholastic 'ability; and need. U } .......r........... 8.1( W. S. Jackson .......WV: i',. Materials................ 120.77,0- M720 XII
Alex Maws ... ....?.. ,
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in the Ref Postage 10.00LIBRARY ; Japer Auto Parts
I congratulations to Don and to there,are any organizations In the Ann c.;MalOl'l" sqp. parts 60.51I'M.
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FUND, D. Stewart 28329;! D. pE
Moody A Sons :
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teacherrSuch county that have not been contacted: John Ponds ..........;.... ,?'' Payment. ? ,.
Blanche' fleas*Sftl v*Mwi* .. 1CL 173.25 Dragline ................ 792.00 GENERAL ELECTRIC'
horaa'as these make us and, have not ,/nade.a. donation'to Kenneth Wood'Sal.' Mar .... 15.00 Virgil Williams .,......,..,206.13 W. D. Tyler's Garage t :
"i happy to be.associated' with; the this WOIth3'"we' and would like to Federal Reserve Bank W. H, : Randolph Turner;........179.85', Parts ................Eqp....... 25.00
school and'serve' as a challengefor do so,* we would be most happy to 1st Quarter ............. .. 25.50 Emery Grantham .,...... 169.05 Lewis Motor Co. Eqp. parts .10.05 '
us ,to, strive towards greater receive it."If there:are interested Co'; Off. A Employeea Retirement Ruben Daniels, .........,,,., 211.24 RaM Motor Co.. Eqp. parts 27.84 E DAYLIGHT BLUE y .
progress In excellence and qauBty Individuals who would like to helptovide'thLs i Fund:;Retirement; .......... 8.45 Pete Register 1,1..1.. 172.55 There bein( /('no further business
performance In the future, We scholarship that will } Social Security Acct S. S. .... 5.e Ruasefl White164.25. .beforethe Board said Board ad. .
Bill B. Morris 72041J. : .
1 .1. journed. finish trios .wte.bItos
trust that our rialnl'student. win'benefit aome.worthy Hamilton coup L.. Reeves ............ 202.63 Contemporary ebony '
catch the enthusiasm and challenge I'jty' boy or'Sri to receive a college: Jasper LIoaI Cub SehoUrshlp Fund ::1 Ben Goolsby .....*....;;.. 164.25 Thelma Lewis.Guy Cleric MCG bh4 Chairman .,..w tm..i.. Make it o cfecororor'g drse .. G-E 1 q
/or. quality L performance ard;that I education that he or she might not and maQ to the Jasper Lions Chib Isreal Stone ..,1....,..'.:. 160.55 by Alice Jones
our teachers win strive Box'.1t1 L, Jasper' Florida or handto ... D. C.' 'engineering give if quality and reliability. .I'I ;
towards otberwiIe cet.,.r'OU.' can"tI> 110' Bill. ,Ponds .: .1.. ..;. 16425 Hamistoii ( '1
''quality Instruction.. ,We also',;,,hope making a' contribution the Jar tny member of the Uons Qub. <> ". .". .- .. .,,' Qeneral::Fund J urt5'ii : '
''that our community will grasp the I'per.Uora Club Scholarship.Fund.: Here is an opportuaHy to do some I 0 Big 23" square screen :,
\ 'vision and determination to provide This' .contribution can be deducted thine that will result lo lasting bene FOR K&LLY HE WILL REPEAL "DaylJflh ...."'picture 1I
\the surroundings and faculties' that:'frorn your 1964 Income Tax Return;', Ota to a number of Hampton" County. 1 uro-muts: LICENSE INCREASE1ftt4 with Clarejeetor "II
wifl be,.the students Please, make check_ payable to the boys and girl*
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I i ia Full power transformer 239:95: I I ',-

TO THE: cmNS' biJF HAMILTON COUNTY r r Automatic Gobi CoIItroI. ': '

for tuning stobftttf ; i

._;?., ) ine,years ago,'my, wife! and I came to 'Jasper.' Florida to make :

ourt,home,; Since living here we have made many #friends'whom"'we J.O.BURCHGO.Only r

i hold dearly in' our hearts .' ,We feel that without this dose fnendsnip,, .

,, with, the citizens.of Jasper.and Hamilton County, our lives would hold ..,...... .' -.,. -- -. .. by RWly tar I j JASPER Billy O. Burch sYi3s01 -II i .

i' many. empty spots., ").. i ..

t ,We'have always) ; .believed-that We lived in a democracy: ,whereby: ".. ; :.. ,.....J ,' .. :.,..,
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freedoms .1"" ,
many are exercised. .JitIt tthe trend seems to be somewhat t f lr': 1. \"b: 1"" .. ...\ :.. ....j 'I'Q" III ill
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: different from what first' We have ,livedin l '1
never a I ? '=
t" J country! state it city,or' town-.t that' .has:- put r-i any*: pressure' on' us in.- any; way < i
,because of/ort choice rn1democratre.electtons. Since the.. Candidates t th. Jr;' 'J" '{(I : I ;' ,' i iI

+ .: nnaouriccd' for? the" position-' "i ,,they solicited, and .ince' we have! chosen* ; I I 1 ,a Lucky .Str.4! : ;' ; '.; .:' ',: ".:.'.: .!... ;, ";,, 1fI

"''1' \. .a caJ1didate.whom we think is anjvpetanding: leader 'we'have'started, :. J ,v. ** Cj M" : : 'w' '.1. .

I: ;<'.. 1.' '. -. to"see the changes around us. 'We' have' been 'employees j of'Southerp I '-tf "d.'.:1'$' ) ,, :., ,.,, : ,-htI'..<...Hl ,.,,tt I'' ,;' I
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/ Bell and] American" Telephone Telegraph. companies_ forr thirty-( : : ': J':

l five years i'and feel!that the_ TclepKohe'is essential., But since we have :1It.-"' chosen a'candidate in this election ..,.. ,; ,I
tj our telephone has been misused ..

} very much. Some unknown! ,person.or persons have called I oil house : .,. '. I' ". .;. ,.,. .'.,' l .

at alf hours of the night tj.lust tp bop|W>ancj rernajn,ul iI;ijentified .thJ; |i- ',; t. ,

selves This we'nt'on for sevesslya before 'we had the telephone ., ,,", .f"v "' ,: :'
company r = Irf':1 give us:an ,unlisted. l' number -'" ", \ ;: :.:: : \,, : ,.- j. t:: .

,j'.( Now acitiz erus i 1jMlia.anyri'Way( : to treat: people..who !retire and 11 .' ;'.> ,".. :.' ,":'1" '. f :
come to your, town to live> Is this any Way to treat anyone wnb}; works .: : ; :i;

: nd's and active in the community programs .
? We like
;' part many '. ., .. ,,'(of ), .. ,j
i i Jasper,and! Hamilton.i County but we cannot agree with some' of thetsacdes ; I I'

:j I'u, ':. being, uedtoward)us. We realize that I Hamilton County is \ :""I".tj:

.: j not growing, !It;will never grow as long practices such'as we arehaving -( __: t '.,' t
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,.. ; Let's us, as a county: join hands as we.never have before. and .,'.. \

.. help to. clean up. dirty. politics. '.. ,., '. ;:

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All people l should know 'that the. school Building a 'Ii I O '.. U: "9, r ,

: i ,l rograni'nor- the School l 4 \: 'i';..r :' :

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be affected .by a clan a'in'su tendi i s: This ;:" ', ; .
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no.m.. Superintendents power to a r yai t ww

'111 i ,change, in,. some, people I want you to \ :

l.i'; body.belieVe.* The School Board- is the policy making ,,..: ... .. 4 f:(")" i;' ,.n-;"...:..:,:>!I'

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!i Yt I 'I : pink yourselves instead!!! of letting others : -' it.; j t .f

";; r tlunJtfor you.; lagreeait is time:, for the people ,
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*akeup. The Educational Program in Hamilton ,,

) / \Q ,County has Been asleep for many ..years. LS./M.ET.\ / ) /. :;

En t j Now is the, time to open your eyes and mindsto i\:: .

I ," i :':,.., the changing$ of. times Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. :. ;

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A.M. McDnnld! Jasper area rep-I 1 from Cecil A. i Sometimes a person can't help I .. !fALL
b: *'Ksentattve of Liberty! National Life OBIHUM but ask himself, Are the ponce of WE HAVE
I Kennedy: their community qualified to protect
Insurance Company, has earned .
i Mew Arrivals ust. SIZES
t:membership In the 1963 Torch (Leaden' J The State Beverage Department, Why, only last Thursday a )lady's
: : ) Club. This honor is based 1 1 ,eyes were severely injured by teargas
?t' on safe production. and ,was won 'Reverend and Mrs. Norman Ed- shot at her by an twjuahfled. OF
In competition with more than 2000) I GEORGE M. D VANE ward Booth of Jasper are parents cowardly policeman who made no
Liberty National Agents, }!1 I Funeral services for Mr,Geo. of a daughter Angelina Gay Booth, attempt to arrest her correctly because -
M,DeVane, 85,,were held Saturday .
,born April 10 in Hamilton Memorial he didn't know how. FILMS
: From April 2 -May 3,' Mr. and April 4, In ,the Bethel' Hospital. We all have to admit that we
!Mrs. McDanlel win attend a meet- Primitive Baptist Church In Jen . have broken the law sometimes !I
.", tog of the Torch dub in New Orleans t t ninffi. Mr. DeVane a resident I I Capt. and Mrs. David C. Hinton during our }ate. There is not a
LouMana. This is a oooterf of Jennings passed away Thursday the birth of a son born person who drives,.that has not ..f'
of the leading producers ,of April,2. Survivors are his announce Also Polaroid] ,1\
enc 1 I April B at T:03 p-m. The little fellow broken: at least one minor traffic ;j
\the entire company. centered, on,."I wife Mrs. George M. DeVane I II I weighed 1 pounds, 8 ounces and law. So you are' subject to the FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
professional improvement.> I I I of Jennings, two brothers, Shep I I has been given the* name David same treatment unless some chances
DeVane and Harley DeVane, Conrad Hinton Jr. Mrs.'Hinton will are ma e. 24-hour DevelopingFILM
both of Miami. Miss This lady was intoxicated or at
be remembered ,as Shirley
\ I Richard Black Stan Lyndr,I I I Smith, daughter of Mr., and Mrs.: least that's what they say. Drunk,, SPECIAL
CARDS : M. C. McLeod and Frank WllI Frank A. Smith of Route L Jasper. sober or crazy, a dog should not be
I enbaker sang two songs. "Rock treated on his to the city pound
t way
with 'Me" sizes 127 620 and "Abide or
L.OFB1 of Ages. I the way she was. By the way Jasper 69c
I I Pallbearers were Fred DeVane near Clewiston Friday night does not even have a dog pound.
THANKSWe Johnnie Butler', Herman IlarreH I Survivors Include his parents Mr They Just kill your pets where they 35c per roll, or ..
!J. W. Devon James Copeland, and Mrs. S. S. HiU of Jennings:: find them.
j I and Wallace McLeod. Honorary,four sisters, Mrs. George Perry of A CITIZEN
would like to take this opportunity 'I'pallbearers were P. H. Wlsenbaker,I Lake City, Mrs. Bruce Payne of has Just released for the cigarette Febn.aary.196f. tax THE iMSPJR NEWS
;, to express our gratitude to,, Pete Cunningham, Charlton Wlsen I Wilson Va., Mrs. M. L Pollack of wcdptt totalled 53419130.
of baker, Ivey Klnsey, ADen Richardson and Mrs. Bobby Teele stamps
those who were so thoughtful Val tJ eta, ;
01'i ,, Prescott. Barney New- This la down. some 12 percent from ,o M
'during our recent bereavement. Ivey 'three brothers John H. Hill of Jennings when the tax y.w
some, B. D. Harrell, J. O. McCall. James inn of dewiston, and February et963
Your expressions of sympathy in J. L. Nunn: Harley' Racers Fred Edwin IUD of Valdosta; one son, stamp sales totalled 61015010. The LOot -s'rooa ..
': :the beautiful cards and flowers vis-" Hineley, and Raymond Lewis. Walter Clifton Inn and one daughter auditors in me the.that Beverage this twelve Department percent ------------------------'--------------------------____-_-________________.___-_-_-_--v-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_--
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'Its,and other thoughtful deeds were( Rev Wiaiam Moulton. Elder Roy Debra Kay Hill.
;, greatly appreciated Your kind- DeVane, and Rev. Kenneth E. decrease may be the Jaw point You Can
;ness will always be remembered. I Thomas officiated. Interment was : Robert Touchton and Bflly Touch- resulting from the Surgeon; General's Help To ,Make Our Hamilton County
I ton sang tow songs "Sweet Bye and report. feel It wonTt be
) They
4 The of Harry
Family In Sassers Landing Cemetery
School A
Bye1] and "Nearer My God To High Reality
*: Hamilton too many months before the figure
; Mrs. L. :M. ]I I T. Reid Funeral Home In charge "
Miss Kitty Beck .accompanied
e i Thee. will equal last year's. This recov-
: Our heartfelt thanks,, to all who'I I| TH03IAS: HTXL them on the piano. Pallbearers cry it due to the overall growth otaH
t A : I were Winston Hill, Willard phases of our national economy. 00,000 is the amount voted in the recent November. School
extended comforting and
u ',help in our recent sympathy sorrow. For a,, Funeral services for Thomas HID Bennett, Junior Brewer, Johnny They further caution that it will election to build and equip a new,Hamilton County High School herein
the beautiful service, floral offerIngs -I},,,27: were held Sunday, April '12,.in Ilia Harry Hill and Lamar Hill. be six or eight months before they Jasper. Will it be a REALITY or will we be content to' let the other
and other kindnesses, we are the Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Reverend J. W. Titsworth and Elder have enough tidies to validate fellow do
all work towards getting the 'job done?
.deeply grateful' in Jennings. Mr. Hill a former Roy DeVane otlclatetInterment their predictions/ I thank so many necessary
I resident of Jennings passed away I was in Sassers Landing of for discussing this with me.
'/ I you i
It is most important for the people to understand that few
a "t
j FamQy Tommy Hill I Friday April 10, at dewteton. Fla. Cemetery in Jennings. HarryT. t want you to know that I will keep t*
W* Son of Mr. and Mrs. S: S HIU I lie was killed] In a car wreck Reid Funeral Home in charge. you Informed of these facts that so people in our county are still hard at work trying to undermine or delay ;
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t.'W.d".V- - - : vitally affect the economy' in our I this project. If they can get their candidates elected in' this important :

Seventeenth. ...District, election, they will have accomplished at least a part of their"goal. <,
,' 1 I :,;/1.. ELECT: cz.L! KENNEDY TO s -
THE SENATE -KB: WIlL KEEP, I Since our opposition has refused from the"beginning to commit
.VtftT_INFORMED! I themselves on the completion of our' school program as voted by the r

Ni) (Jack) BISPHAMi -adv.r ,'I people, then it is up to us to vote for and support men who have

) pledged to get the job done. ,

I i FOR S I t In desperation, in these last few weeks of the campaign, do not

: EVERY TIME A I be surprised if this, same opposition speaks for the completion of the

i FOREST FIRE STRIKES program in an effort to deceive the voters as to their real intentions.
STATE SENATOR t The committee wants all of us -to work together in getting our

You'BURNED GET I pew building completed and fully equipped as our, first objective and
17 DISTRICT then to try to do a good job towards selling our new school 1 program to
B 4 \ ALL of the people of our county in 'a FRIENDLY and, COURT..

j SAYS.>- (I EOUS WAY. Progress helps everyone and our children deserve
\ IT'TAKES HARD RK, the best.
I ::'jo MING! ACTION' Hamilton County,..Committee, for Better ,Schools ..
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i i; INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: In order to get our''fair share of y yi
i industrial development in this district there are certain things We can do :' i iI I fNas

I\ to bring,this,about As your Senator Jack Bispham will work with f ...
a i ; ,your elected officials to bring new industry here for he will give leadership }
{ ": t where leadership is needed We must seek payrolls' for the area to ."
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\ I i GOOD SCHOOLS: To attract new business and industry to this district a M

! : we'must have good accredited schools and provide for,our children
,' the best education possible to'meet this fast changing world of

,. today As a school trustee and father of school children, Jack Bispham
knows of this problem and will do his part in assuring more ade-:

,,, quate state support of secondary ,schools, "

RECREATION:, The world famous Suwannee River offers,the 17th

r f'. ;f a < Senatorial District a bright and glorious future as a recreation wonder

f :.' I land. Expanded development ,of existing facilities and easily accessible
r roads to areas of this river will attract thousands here each year. a s s s ss

As your Senator Jack Bispham intends to introduce more bills .in the a/ / a a a a .ass
1 legislature for'the St'ate"Park at Ellaville and the Stephen Foster Me,
: morial at White Springs'as well as for purchase and development of r. a s s s s ra

', } ; other'sites along the river in the district. Wa have but scratched the

r surface. Bispham will help get underneath the problem ,and see thatit
s a r a : r r aa
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r led unto wv let him be accursed.As Matt T: .t9..abs there coul(| be no without baptism after the death! of were told there U I nothing you can MIMEOGRAPH ADVERTISING, I
( *we said before,, w> oar, I:'now such tUne u A false teacher it any Christ .(He had power to forgive do. See if you can read where man ., :
again,It any man pre 4h any bther thfcn WM, rtH';Jot because someone sins while he lived without baptism) Is saved wholly by grace. PAPERPAYS, -IN I
Webster defines indifference i I gospel onto you than that ye han themeht It' to,,.be right. Two See where you can find the church JC.E. Thomas. THE JASPER NEWS THE JASPER NEWS -
Tack of concern" among other received,let htm be accursed. people) cannot disagree and both that Christ established using Instrumental '
similar meanings far,the word. In i I believe God meant what he said be,beI'Id\t."tMY'.can be wrong 'music. See If you can find -';:,_ .. gJ.. v.t"J W'J V _-.-. 't.- __J..1":4i.A ,,1
this short,study,this week,Jet,us,here therefore I cannot go along however .but',fche truth? is always one congregation. with ((a pastor) t
.t direct the meaning of the yard Indifference j with those who say it makes no difference consistent.: Now in toe. remaining See If you can adhere It says VOTE FOR .
to thing, pertaining to I I who one believes as long as space we have kit,I want to mention i lJotJthe church of your choice. See '" .. ..' 1
the spiritual realm.' It Is certainly! he is sincere. It always has'made ,some of the,thing which art if you,can find anyone but God :t ,.' HOUSTON, w. ROBERTS' I
apparent that there is lack of concern -I I a difference to God what man believed know to be apparent in the religious called:''Reverend.! Se i If I you can \ !'i''' ?! :1, > ':
among those who should man). and practiced as worship to world,and see it you'can find the read where these seeking.salvation. ', !ts !, '.t To serve: you a second term in theFlorida
test the utmost c: con One who Justification for them in the Bible. : !'
him. We have the Old Testament : '
F 1' r t State Senate. A who has
believes In a burning: hell for the full ot examples of the wrath of U BO then accept them, it not you I l'i v .: ; : man
wicked ,and a place of rest for the God poured out\ipon an who cor. must reject them or be forever,condemned "'' '. '1 and will continue to work for all tbeM
; faithful, you would think would rupted the worship he had ordained In the sight' of God. See -. :; 't' \, I people all the time of the 17th Senatorial
; search' the scriptures dally to learn for those trader that age. Read it you can find where the Bible says if ; /f fr District. A Businessman A Farmer, A' ,
about the Cod has !about we are saved by faith only
way given to CaIn who offered a sacrifice ,
ecape hell, and to ( heaven you can find where one was ssveij e Cattleman, A Timber Grower. tM
gaain ]I of the fruit of the earth rather than .._._,
in but my such studies is not with the those case.who Instead,I,the animal offering which God had -- Y ,) p.; \. .. FARMERWas an introducer of the 'i;
profess M
commanded. Gen 437. Now God .e "I' .:
religious conviction there Is a I:did not say to Cain "Thou shall not I .., .. Tobacco Commission Bill creating a
lack:of concern which Is amazing to'offer the fruit of the ground" he had TOOK CAR RACESVALDOSTA t, committee to look into the problems of
behold.When you hear people make told them what to offer and offer r S the Tobacco Grower, including acreage
the statement that they know something -I'anything other than that which God
Is '' cut;
not authorized In Cod'sword :had commanded was sinful. Paul

,and yet they continue to prao I I tells us that these things writtten DAIRY FARMER-Has introduced:
a tice. and teach others to follow I I aforetime were! written for our
suit with them In those unauthorized ,learning that we through patience Legislation to give the Dairy Farmer
r/' ,activities. It can hardly be said I t I I and comfort of ,the scriptures jxirri Price Relief for his milk production top
.f.that they truly believe u they and, comfort of the scriptur help him stay in business and keep producing '
"/ claim In a, place of eternal tor- might have hope>> (Romans 15:4): milk for children.
.'went for the unfaithful Take heed 75"SPEEDWAY our ;
to The idea that it doesn't make any ED MASON
the words ot Inspiration Jrotn ,the s I I difference what one believes is.too tI t SCHOOL'CHD.DREN-Have always
pen of the Inspired apostle of Christ I I foolish to even consider by one who tI I supported the school children's Lunch Program
as found In Galatians 1:8-9. "But holds any degree of intellegence. >0 HI
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SCHOOLS-Have always supported legislation to upgrade our Educational '
though we, or an angel from heaven I I Read the bible and see it this can Rags Evtry Saturday FLORIDA PUILIC
preach any other gospel unto possible hold true to what God says. Vj, .. I UTILITIES COMMISSION System, including 'grade, schools and colleges. Have a
you than that which we' have preach) I I Christ warned .of.false teachers.Ignition Tlnw Trials .. .._ 7 Daughter-in-law Teaching and son will begin teaching this fall.
-- un First Race ._..1'.n6 *.law Graduate and Form*? INDUSTRY-Introduced and steered to passage, among other things,

I AdmlsslMAA.IH JM J l ,Spda'AMlstant) to Legislation allowing'a diagnostic laboratory for the 17th District including
, 81tads.4 + Jt U. S..Aftom.y $144.000 appropriation to build and operate. With other unitsto

7.FRIeFgvr 24 YMn of law endPrsgr follow on the same location.
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"8" Raceswry rvka SUWANNEE RIVER-Have worked with Representatives and other

Otd Mr Fair and I Senators in this area, and have been able to secure monies to build and
) N1.e Timrc r*&,M
Mvlmbifl April Wv+ Impartial Rtgulatlwi! I improve Parks, Boatramps, Dredging and deepening Channels the
Tim Trials ,7 p.m. New ( Suwannee River.
Serving Chairman
First Rac ..-_ .1 f.m.Adufts .
A' uM, of Florida Public UtilrtfeI STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL-Have been fortunate in securing
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Students _$1M additional facilities for the Stephen Foster Memorial on'the Suwannee

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PAGE EIGHT, THE" JA' PEJR'/ '' N&WS= JASPER' FHJOR4DA3 Friday, April .1211,9M

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t17th'1DIST.r the voters of Hamlltonr County: the;Voters of JlamUton County I .. ... ..,.,, .
mwncV my'ean&bey ,v>X am a candidate for Cleric of the I am a candidate for the office of I.waS Aiiguat'.24I93: ; $. five .Iw'IN r !'COURT'OF" J
k 1* __Jee of Statenator fromfa Court-cI Hamilton County. I was Sheriff of Hamilton; County. mites north of Jasper and Jived,,my COUMTT TSTATe: 'IN-;:AND'FOH' liA1I1JrON'COUNTY. ''

'a Senatorial District ot Floi>: born and reared in,Hamilton County'am I was born In Hamilton County!entire life'in Hamilton .County ,I TON :: :... OFFLiOntrxi. .,IN FLORIDA.hiAtCE1J; '.) t
: 11dr, :_ .Pfi. k lM beIj;o| the. Methodist and am 44 :years old. I am married rna, 'graduate-:! ,Jper/'JDIb IN PROBATE: '-.CONTINENTAL! CAN ,

Church and a' graduate:. Stetson.. and have 4 .daufiMers. ,, ,r School., .and Jiold, both State and IN KB .TIIEIZOTATB' c.un..ll- D.e..J OE'kAr'o. COMPAMT.. 'IJTCi, .r
) In,buine at hisrot'rn' U irsity'L6w'Schoo1.' ; ,1"sm' a I promise give fair and|mpar? American Farmer:Degree* I am, TO ALI..WHOItIiiMATA) <.mC&RN: I A C.rp.eall.aplflntift: ,;
J j. are serve; ttfrrfwoffle1.(;!pC>the.'J, 7tha past president of Hamilton CountyFarm'Bureaurand : tlal service If elected to this office, n.rriedto.tbe | ... !; A dm Int.t rat i/ sled BIUIS1B GRRJCJ'f.' ,.4 aL.. i
;' I r-t tjme erved fer' 15years'asBoard : Your vote :an FMW*t. wffl be. alter cf.White Springs: and we have, hi..'final':r port se.AdrolnlrtraUr pt. Dernda ta.,. I
f ..... 'I.1ta.'k dfl e tj ctlw! Member of the Su- greatly appreciated.Sincerely. one son, ,Ipzu.member, of Bright :A i'thit ft tt'Wtli d. ioMr I Inaat. \ .
VaDeyli; > d'1IeotrioCooperadve. ; *
foe the-17th WstrM and will tell it I" Pond Bapdat..Quvcb and have 'dlacharrefaad that:.*wni ap .
to tM Votiw iskthCnexf l; fewjtyeelts.." .-"l'bave;aerve4 ,tor.Ute Kenneth E. Smith served as a director and vice president Honorabl* JOHN tamllOtGountlt'Florida
r past ttdo'yefrs: as chairman: ,Httmlltonf'County of the 3t10K.iC i Judge of | )C .....\ Thiwelf; 'Srti''Hanca
X fed toy irualflcation| anl successas I 1 Hamilton.County Farm: ; .. -ih..14, Oap ofMAy.'Ult'lor. A.....,, Richmond, .Virglnlat
(, aft V&n 4 'qUm1i ,me'better (' "ASC, Comm iift7 Bureau. 1 approval the prfopteoof-fce'aJst* I Committeexnen. KENNETH .TUTEN FOR far final.hl:;unknown'helro: ,
to serve I I am fully aware of the needs of on thin flth d ar.t-hdrgh l 4.yl....*, rra.te.} and other pert
Hot X sincerely hope the.voters. I. Four-vote i and ,.support wffl bedncerelyeppredatea TAX=!ASSESSOR Hamilton County.and 1 shall endeavcv U" tort claiming by J through. er an-
ARABLE -IT ertt .d.
MATT 'derrntmr ere tot jf-3=
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will Joto thWaridtnake ,
: :Ifs ejected, to represent the .
trt fJ M4 Slate
ncoessfu eagjpalglratdlhersyou; Respectfully,'. Servlna t as" Tax Assessor: of people' fairly,'.honestly and efficiently of RAT O.: cA orc: $.. The)l4 "01fa buts. .01'...... grinties of
claiming I U
and other "Kynesl record
wffl bare *, man.' in the Senate.who :.LEOTfSANDUN' Hamatea Courty: 1> a sincere. privflat I .Invites each and every April d 11 Hi!!) ,.. .t. by,' throach orl persona drthe following ;l Irelesservka one ,
I Ito
-wfQ stand utftadflght fcof Voa I welcomed obligation. It n medt\ >.rioa.:ncrmwii tar bedeoaaed,1 dedicated, .
t .,....- _'" AMd;, voter,in thY county to Join in this 'WTWJICOUKT: :R'P \'J'Jt1d vlt;,,, Green, the ( *j.ji.
I shaffrserl s/'iny' 'own cam- I GUY'' MdGHIN i FOR'COMMISSIONER ? ,Is li'feto. thought that I officiallyaBMVtee ear alga and I tll! will be forever .JVPaMiI.'' deceased; Wiley WllUamfj Qiieb., derea.- cpmntun(1yi '
t pagsn treasurer and the Commercial j'a*' candidate: for contttmance thaMIIII for 'TON JCOUNT .jpo DAIN edl)Qttiney'QroeitpdMeaiodKlTra;! ,*'
Vote and
I .. support. :.. !!.. : ,
\ DBT. 5 Qreen dcaadi Ida Oran
f Bank for'camPaJan'of Live Oak lads will be' depoaitory .1>, ,. ;... : in: this. capacity for a ''PA. a..BEMBRY- JR. }tE: E3TATB OrCfAaeiaGLBRN...CAFPTO dcaad; Cone Green, deceased; ORLANDO'SEJTIif
second term: f and 8l.Oreirl0trtat tt.f i tn..MtDfiiclIt( .JICLa'J MDf t I wouk1 like to J nOtmce my candidacy F. Kenneth Tuten ... .- .; lit C".HEDITOIIB'' d. 1A1I rla!' ). dceaaed; and ....b..t
and all
any pertoni harlot or'
t re-electkn Cbunty
f.IkS. for : aa your 'fI.YHN FOR PERSONS HAVING CUAlA i OR ciaimiasr'aayrtKlit.: title or inter1
"'Com J1aIIoner:'' from the Fifth DEUANBS. AGAINST r I%SAID eat In or to-the land herelaafterdeeerlbed. :
1 .JOEL SELPH1 QUALIFIES ,; '' ct.'h /'I-.jT 'r- ..
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1/ "FOR ;COUNTY; COMM:r .,11 a>iy grateful'>for'l your support I II : .-.. r *7TrT' ; .....' f. ; % '4To l Dotlfi4 T0l1-ail4 and,'*;i<:V .( *yu are. k ere lT T.irs tierebr .jvotlflad that"a suit
BOARD : 4 .
1 ORe'SCHOOL A requlr.topr* $.t ant ha, b *n-lll dira4lnV yon'ln the
I' I I hereby announce that Fam a I Jfour years ago. Worting to Improve le ft! Hamilton> County: claim and dmaada which ,.0..,..> above entitled .cane* and :that .you

candidate for the office of County our 'roads' ,,'. increase'' maintenance To The People of Hamilton County I II ; Thereby. ajonbonce my candidacy spate of ef CHARLIE you mar GLENN 8CAFFdeaad d.t th the are required Clerk of to'thai Ala COurt:your'and Antwer-to .e"with.. r
'I efficiency( ;'and provkte new services for the office'of Superintendent of ; late,of ealcl-C.trLto tbs
Cbmzniasioner for the First Commlsitoner's ,hereby announce my candidacy: a copy thereof pea'the Plaintiff or
District; ,'!have tried in office to deserve for the county'school board mem Public, ilnstructtSoLof; :, \iHamllton Cointy Jndr hi., *ofhce f 'Hamilton--ln-th; rcoarthoaa oustFlorwa.'at T Plata .,ear,,actor .,.-whoa. name .

I anviortyHUxy ars old'married. your trust.w'In*",appreciation for ber from district number 2.. 1 1i ( y r'rsubject'to'; ) the':approaching ..f std County* "t Jape K FlorIda m-t andaddreia,i '. _'''''-a'lar'Irpef'-Bal.$50'TLrMs' )MarehliiAn Na. .l afs)elfloif tariAtwuuafM'

and have th00a.6r f/children., ,I ,a your sypRort J.have sought to give ti i 29' old'bom and reared Democratlo Primary May 5.1964 within .Is calendar. monUui. from, M e9aakBuildln1'Jseksoavlll.4.
/ f jam am :years Urns of th ant publication 'to,
Hie-long residence1j&amllton i # : County per onar Wieatfcxi all requests in Hamilton member I' I am 28 yean ot'age and a native thin .....c.. Tw. eopfeaaCc* dale P t1>:14a'6.ot.l&te thap taJlTto*t1( day paid br Kynej Campaign Fusd>
County, a you d..E, RonMefpescer, Chairman
fanh- and 11 8t1l lle1l,.jj end as a of the 'of rr Aac.
fcaye Church shall
.. tdwadtyLtt; \oeI I haw,worked,to keep my ,word Presbyterian to Mary..Alice,Crawford of Dalton; and tatJ orrle'thebao.aadraa against you for tie relief deme.0di .
far th* *. In.. peat of thajclalm'aaL'and '
er :year Jasper and engaged In farming ed In the Complaint. ThIS suit in to
givens fien'you" : :elected me. Georgia, who' la. presently; servingon ball b. a worn, to y the remove all cloud from,the title to LoW 'INTEREST
I will! &ectddtdop@CAte with business.
the nitrogen "' claimant} his or hU attray
faculty .of White Springs t tko described
"Y'ai cominljaioher Cor progress. the ; follewln prop.rty'Incat.d -
other Commissioners to promote '. fiUTTiMcCHlNI The. oldest of'our, three children: High ScmoJ,teacblna in the field of.. .and n. dollar aceompattod and aaefe-tldlAOn-'or bk<4-fliins"T**d of** la Hamilton- County- : Florida, LONG- TERM:
l and preserve an honest eft'1dent.j will begin elementary, school in Home Economics.. INoDdlIot .0 JI.Jfdt\t.l ..oltlcar e-wltj t -
and progress ,Q imty. Govern September a. Th. 'East 'Half (KH: o theNorthwest LoANs -
> H > I ani the ibis of N./Browan Wym ''ExecoUl* of.thfTGofaU of
j i dt s1ONkOBERTst Quarter (NWH>'sadthe
Iamv: *a lyand sincerely interested and the former Louise.Hunter, whois Charll, airin flcit/f,,d. rMd West HAll (WHi of the'' Thru the
I w'ch! ) +pkeafi: elytlulIvotifYana i rr' 'sENAro hi the daughter'tit the'late J. First'ubII.tion 1 April' Ird. 1 554 Northeast Quarter, (MBHof .
t f'.9 } the educational program of Bart April J It II tt llfti 3
a''> port lathefaftCCml1jpelCtlakfly: j. Hamilton County; and if elected to IIunter'ShT': '' "' - ; ._, .. .._ ..... j. ;Section(1> Sooth'One, Rana-e(1). Tcwnthln Fifteen One FEDERAL 'LAND BANK
submitted I heretgr announce my candidacy this oJflce-I win strive to provide I received my.Bacltelor of Sci "; Bait, containing One Ho Jl': Live..Oik : 36 .1 S2S

JOEL SELPH tor State Senator from the 17th Senat&ial the beat education possible for the ence'Decree: :-1n 'JUIe.) ISO, from THIRDffi 'C-M1t 1 URT. .and lea*.Sixty" p00) acre* ROT' ''or

; jUitrkttf: :I lee}Mat t navir* children of Hamilton; County. Berry'CdQege, Mt*Berry, Ga. IK2.u.: l'oR C.RAYI C CUlT N Federal Land Bank)

1SA.Iu jS; sefredc in, the, .legUlaturt-! ,12 It earnestly:scildt your vote and Your vote and support will greatly .COUNTY:; FI A ftc .WITNESS 1 Sean of this my hand Honorable and'tht'Court Of- .

FOR COUNTY-COMM. years;I'wU1 be'alA to aerv*'iny support In the forthcoming election: ,..benefit your children> and ourcounty. ALBEJtTHA.. .IIIITCNRLfy'RrPlatntlt / tale. .tin day of April. A.. IX 114.. ASSOcIATKiN'UW"OAK.
district better as a/result of this Sincerely.Qinton.' 1 I4). 1 Clerk of the ,Circuit Court. .
By Alice Jonas Deputy
Elect Isaac (Ike) Shiver GEORGE WYNN wfirrft1dl ,.! "' "- "Clerk- '
your, ,q*rlenoe. S. Mitchell \ : < "*- '
'It I; County.Commissioner IrotSi' Precincts 'My i experience ti ... Includes 8'years :. .I.." ''''fe _r. I April. 0, IT 14 May' 1 311.,South Ohio Avenue
ANp _
". one and seven Your-vote m the House'ot Representatives, 4 AUTHORITTT OF DUE BTAfrB ---- .
"and..".suwprt" wltt be appreciated., in the Senate and 4 :years on the HARRY T. REH> FOR -1' fJ at1TEYRELL.'wbwp$ .T I '-,.
"xEtAC UtE) SHIVER CounciL If elected RE-ELECTION ASREPRESENTATIVE .. plea f R : :
Live Oak City SCHOOL SUPT. ef .W and address I* UN-1' '- I k '
X pledge to represent afl the people KNOWN 3 ?

GEORGE L. and Ky frleadfc and fellow dtlaeiia ei b.A..sworn filed la Bill this of Court Complaint against having yu, : For thehk t in, protection: ',arid coverage: I.VKor,the!

) I B 1 + tf' -hqre mye lacy ,.,.relief therein .sought bolnaj 'dl- I!, moat reasonable rates and For the liberal a'diiistir
TAX ASSESSO + ;;ea l*, ett Tcrco;"'You are required to Ananrcraaid.Cojpplatat most .. -

X hereby announce t I am a HOUSTON W. ROnERTS't tor tee as' :g ifl the bbd 970tMa. lffnrnlhlDir: on to C.or A.bofor Arrlett.May JMp 14.- : } .-1rn e ts--jbj| r4yp5irjj; s)'. !.f l J j' "' ,vt : T fT'
., of Public Instruction for Hamilton Legislature subject to approacb- r, Florida, Plaintiff AttortieT.Ta, '
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candidate for the -" M
big DenMBratic Primary, May, copy thereof olio Decree pro Coofevo.wtll -
a sessor, subject to \t 'g toR'U RftJ: 4 OetIi3 ., If lei b. entered you.' '

primary in May. In N1R .'e ck tbte liftSSfr reeve th pe! lelcd (or r'Wm Cola alnllta'.cnar' tt Jsperl Of.1: I II'M -HAIL.fro.
[ acted
race I pledge you a full'assessor etax, another term to this capacity, it \ rtda'thl,* Ird day of April A,...D.
as I have : r Inter TO THE PEOPLE in tills county: \to give our boys: shall; purpose to II"! .. I! ; t J : :- ll:. _
r-- Th lma tiwa, Clerk Circuit
eat but to the j jCounty. of and educational
serve my possible "
giriajtae. '
OF) HAMILTON COUNTY. x passage of all <. Court of .Hamilton County, JONES INSURANCE
\ I win at an 1 ye the AGENCY]
: by Allc* Jones, IX- '
1 1wffl IIne1'e altlldtahce c cJMsJtunity.te lain before the t Plouiy
of the Clerk
interest people
'/ at any time be f for, ,\j:'" \I d: )'ourvot.'and: ,.,'t ds ells bed bJ 1rrhtL<< No assessments.dues or gimmicks. .......,,., 7921
rictdalrymart .. .... ..... ayn !
I < dtut
cuss with you any pro .1./ J Florida goodsuttiutfel Duper Florl3issr '
may have excise I I 'V 'M A / -, A k i l IT, 14, May I ,',, : .. ., .

memV I wantto oh t .t t f. .;............ JteIt. .': ,1At' Iame'tlmer Imy --iiIi ., .L"L11t-_ ____ __ _

every Voter in this < for y l.t. con off atcl t 1 I) ra:.! "r; .. .. .
.i', vote and support In i '-, g7 : I

t lieoweI J : _...
: ,,
of Berndon .
I Smith'' (
ally'' allott; comnsit .... '
; h i .
", .,. "" .. TO fThfato. almounce IDYCancU-: tees of that body and have thereby 4 "
J. '.\.t'. .i; .
"- d11th ro ,j. .....,, .' ,.. I '.\ 'J.t 1 ;", otJ -,
I FO n it v tlle t Ope .... 1<. ... ;; ., -
i. : 0 ) n .cs '. ; !I. Seo1 I of,my co8 i h'uhota if hATbeenmjr y* ",#,'e ;1 1".1" '
To theVot, of Hamilton Cantyti ;" sin.c 2 and 9,' In the May. 19&1."Democratic ,privilege to: orie with I feel r I'.
I havequiafhed'as candidate j Sod '
I a > sepe an4 4 Primary Election. are important factors in >y
for the office of Clerk of the Circuit; : ;, farmer,.:ant; my qualifications i' _;1_
Court of Hamilton County, subject man quallne me to know the, needs Since serving .as .your County to serve you:
to the Democratic Primary in May. of,the:.dta ict. fI t shah' If elected Commissioner for the past term I' I earnestly solicit your vote and tt

I am 46 :years of age, and a :native repreeenth'e people of this district have Cllned'vauab experience support .. ..
of Hamilton I Mason.I Ia :from serving on State Committees Gratefully, yours .
County. am a I fairly honestly and to the. feeet.of:.
:. w, MoALPIN .
member of the Hamilton County! I invite each and every and Attending State Association of .; .:
Chamber of Commerce and .a member I I v oterhtIne to Join In tills County Commissioners meetings.I -- .' ..I ,

ot the board of directors of the campaign and I will be eve grateful have also gained much experience ALLEN TYREE I '.

Jasper Community Development. for :your vote and 'suwart., I working'with' my fellow'Commiss-
.' Corp.-*, shall\serve as my own'campaign :ioners and other County' Officials,

at'f I believe that my many :years of treaturer: and the Commercial Bankof and from ,serving u Chairman oi T04SCHO01.OARD:
service', to the public in various) Live Oak will be depository for your Board erf County Commission .
capacities,-hu given me'the practical campaign funds. : ers. In every respect I have worked To the People of Hamilton County:tI /i
experience to serve the people hereby announce my candidacy
N.J. (Jack), BtSPHAM toward betterment Hamilton
well In this office. X sincerelY' solicit .or for'a member of the Board of Pub-
your vote and support on May County with- advantages- for ALL.the I lid Instruction. \ ) Hamilton County.
5th. CHARLIE RHODEN people. : -

3. R.!'Bob' MILLER FOR 'SHERIFF V honored :with, re-election: to I want to thank everyone for the -4
<' this office I" vUT continue to serve privilege and,honor. afforded me \ -
FRArfe Sheriff Qurlle"Rhoden has announced each fairly and impartiallyover in serving) you In the past t

MATTHEWSFOR that he will be a candidate the entire County. again ,1 earnestly solicit your vote and ..
SCHOOL BOARD for re-election to the office of Sher you faithful efficient, / support in the'f rthcoming primaryand
z 1 iff of"HamlltonCounty. and courteous.service as a County if reelected to this important ;
b, :To' the voters of Hamilton County t "I sincerely.thank aQ of the citizens Commissioner to the best of my Board I will endeavor to serve all
s I hereby announce my candidacy for their'support during the ability. the people of the county as I have

+t.,.,. for School Board member In the put-:years; and I thank each of I will appreciate: your vote and always done. "
3rd District I I believe children '"
the County-
:you for having honored me with support.
:, It has been my privilege to serve this position., Respectfully, wide should have equal educational .,

1 you as school board member in "'I promIse'itna, you will continue Jack VInson opportunities.
,;, the past: I wish to express my appreciation Sincerely ""
'I I to have the services of protection
to the people of this coun: ', ,/and ;assistance from this MAURICE BENNETT ALLEN B.TYREE -1
i' Ky for their support and cooperationJn
office:in the t9slae that have
.1. seeking'better education and bet..

a, J ter facilities for our youth. I 1 had"I during sincerely the,past.request two terms.:your vote COUNTY COMM. iI COME VISIT OUR
I. At this time I ask youto elect New, AntennasWith NEW STORE

;'f toe, your servant for another,,term. I Iift"rfc i .* ,,. > 'Respectfully To The People. of Hamilton County ;

[ 'i Sincerely. I llar'ue' Rhoden I am a candidate for County Com :30 ft Pole }
Frank Matthews v .
; I mls&ioner in District 3 Composed of
t ;1 'It..... -- You're cordially jnvited to mill and feed
; II 2nd. and 5th. voting precincts. see our new store.,
... .If t elected I 'will try to do the "installed'r ." Meet ouremployee W. think you'll like the variety ot'eniCe3w offer-including 4
The CoraiJlexity'of TodayV: very best Job that X can for the *, who '
a complete tine of high quality'researthbacktd Purina Chowa
people In Hamilton County. $29.95] wHlMrY.01i)
',Car. Your vote and support will be and Purina Health! Aids for poultry and limtock. r :

: tJ ; DEMANDS appreciated Bass T. V. Shop Set our modem 'I ,YJ

? Sincerely 'y' '' salesroom We're proud of our growing business in this community)' and":4:

1 ::CA RE't :Maurice Bennett V Phone* (I' Ask us About -.' ;proud tooSer famous Purina:Chowgtndf ending:"i4 -'ftthe \. '
; : ARABLEFOR 1 792-8665 prograsi soar] euatomwa. We jrant to know you better;e ?; '
W.;/M.,:(Mat) : many '
; services w n< you to beeemt one:of the .cofttomen,we serve. Drop i>> in for. ,
SPECIAL CAR .ATTEtfTIONtWe .. offer a You're welcome anytime. but. make it SOON .

exiira 1 :CU1\Ja"ejLndldate'' for.,School
give those important Board member District Three.

service with a smile. When you er I ani:married and have, three MONTHIYiPEST jI

children In..the. public. schools. of
drive in here for gas we always( : Hamilton 'Cowry. CONTROL -- E. C. Browne Co '

,'I am -native.and; life-long resident -
-i check.your oil, tires, water of Hamilton County;with the \ SERVICE.

dean windshield. . exception of four years of militaryservice
I your
during World War U and '
CAR WASH 'only. $2.00 nine months during the Korean ants mIs 'silverlshc Jasper Florida

War. roaches ,

Jerry Smith's If elected I will serve to the best a
of my ability and will at all times

' GULF STATION serve each Respectfully of you honestly. I, &a

Jew Telephone 792-3781 VT. M. (Mart) MAJUBLE wr tM sake e! yelw treats

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t Friday ApriI17.19Mr l TI1.I. : : L JASKtK l'E\\' S'" : I JA S N E:: FLORIDA ar PACE NINE

I'I CLASSIFIED ADS -& eats. I I J/tOH lAfeneoridl1ospital4..2V Legal Advs.' : ;: |1 ,

,, eL'8" I The Lydia Circle met with Mrs. ,HAMILTON COUNTY, i SmoJcey Soy**
!} George Hyman Monday evening' KUOU1PA
FOR BALE in ton Cbldspot{ Air WATER HUXNTAUE AND J I April 13.. Mrs. Ralph Gay co-host w 9 Will be old before the court.boua. Wwtt NA/ifNS lA14ERLt
Conditioner : 732-ti9Ql'! tfc WATER VIEW ..It:" ess. Mrs. Albert Page Is chairman door of aid county at 11:10 a-m., on k5 A lOr tOvtcMIS1
p. ..
n -- -- I.. I tho nab day of May next' to the IVJtfNSt
Beautiful newly developed, navigable of the Circle.!! hlgheet bklii.t for cub a oneighthundivided
FOR >REIV'r-TTltaralajedtiJOWO
house.: Mrs. Palmer SmIth. Can to Gulf. Famous fishIng ;.,'''ntf..u..d Vnww rSgt S> : Mrs. Fred Taylor'gave the grogram -( r... more tuireet or I...,ta of and and 10 In 411 laid mo'
7924731. A17o and hunting. Belt for investment o nthe 'h'ttory cf Baptists in I I county 4a elate belnv that Meait
holiday homes and retirement Sue HLUbouse cat which I was de.ded by Charltei
-Dreas Revue. English an dearly American History 1! E. Hedrick and wife to R. U. Lee
SAVE-SAVE:-8AVE7"Sfrgal : Limited amounts. Paula Allison- Dress Revue in regards "Separation of the D (now deceased) by deed dated Nov. v
glass lined a :Clone and reasonable II, 1H., recorded In deed took No. aI
water beaters blame Myra Sue Smith-Dress Revue Church and State, giving exam' IS. pp. It'It or Hamilton County r
$749510; ou-ft Refrigerators J1S9- Deborah Allison-Entomology pies of the daring of the early fath- PATIENTS IX HOSPITAL ON Florida, to which deed and tho roo- I
95 ..t.; .361 Ib. Upright Freeezers Al O'Quinn Lodge, Stelnhatchee Julie Ann Morgan-Foods and Nu ers and persecution that ensued. THURSDAY APRIL u ord fir all thereof reference.U hereby mad
$199.95 473 tb. Phone 498-3930 Cross Fla. I ; necoteary parpoeeo sep.etallythat '
: Upright Freezers City; Moon The Circle took a special collection of description by mote S.dbounds i
$23996 6474b. Freezers o( aid land .
; Upright nrp: *
Betty Ann Lamb-Foods
and Nutr, material for for
to buy
$299.96; 12-ft. Automata Defrost gowns Mrs. Nora Mathis. Lyle Lodwtck The latereit to b. Bold being oneIchth -
Refrigerator with 91-lb., Freezei 1 Acre for sale near Jasper. An Dianne Cbok-Foods and nutr. the Hamilton County hospital. The Guy Dedge, Mrs. Jean Walker that woe Uhe share of Mrs.
: Sue Murphy-Foods and nurition be made Circle Rhoda Rtcliter Loo'(now decoaaed) Zr' "
to by mem
cleared and fenced. gowns
$249.95 w.t. 3-year warranty, atMamalng Only $1.000. Mrs. dydte Waters, Turner H. .0 the widow of sold R. E. Lee( the "r
'* Radio Service,. call 792- I See W. L. Bryan 792-4351 or Rob-I Certificates were awarded as bers. Mrs.. Stella' WUMama of the Jones undenlcned Lewi a. Leo being tho tJfi'-.' F-Nlfo
I follows: General Missionary' Society wasa administrator on her .eitat Iff appointment
4421 ert Ehlert. 792-4491. Reg. Broker tic : -
Jasper. tic I of the Ordinary of Clfech\ .
Sue Butler-Foods guest Colored Reginald Qierry. De- County, Qoorcla.' duly qualified and A feed .a bora-WS
,VISIT FRIER MUSIC.COMPANT I Georgia Plato.GIaH.Co.. J i Brenda.Murphy -Foods, ... ?<...1J <,*. <*. t SS., 1 Cynthia Randolptv Alton Lewis. >LU- Sating such an.seta ftt-.t: together with toe d str.lJk MUll SMKll
In Live Oak.'FJorIda' for all your .Store Fronts Sandra Stormant Foods Little Melanie Brady fell late 1 lie B. PoweO.PATIENTS hli letter of adrolaatrt.tlon and of
musical needs from organs and .Mirrors wllvere4 Sandra Stormant-Foods Wednesday evening and had to he leave to sell the laid property asgranted
pianos to records and record play. I S Tub EadreMires, Showers Cay Smith-Clothing have three stitches In her cheek. DISCHARGED Clinch sloe tic lU W. Savannah Ave. CH2-523S "Short Course' 'awards went to e I Mrs. Susie Drury, Gordon Aldermen record In the office of the County Ordinary of CllachCo. Ua., la retEataio
-- -. VALDOSTAFARMERS Judge of Hamilton County Florida of R. E. Lee, I. declare" BO>>
FURNISHED APARTMENT' For Sherry Andrews, Lillian Riley Terry From the Valdosta, Times April Mrs.' Bonnie Bell Bass, R. to which reference .. hereby mud. a.dml.'ltr.alolIIroo.odlac.. on hie. ea.
Bonnel. Rebecca: Dedge. Miriam M. Law Mrs. Angelina Booth. Ella Died will bo mad to the parch- tatoThle.
13. We that Thomas ,
Rent 79!3771 see Bepnett
telephone or .
n at said *kl by the nnderalamed, the llth day of Mar .....
792-6791. A16cUP.uBa Howell, Sharon HowelL was dismissed from Pineview Hospital Mae Moody. Larry Hluhouse, aa author lied by aw. I Lewis B. LtD, Admr.
"_ I Margaret Andrews Leadership on Sunda yard on Sunday admitted Mrs. Avalan llarreO Joe RegIs. Reference I Is ono made -to the Katate of Mra Rhoda R..-
t MONEY for farm records In the office .( raid Count I later Leo, decetaed
your opera. and
Parents were recognized to the same hospital from ter Mrs. Cora MoQ acken. Thornut I judge for record of certified espy of Address. : DuPont, Qa
We repair all types T. V, and dons at reasonable cost. Terms nord; also the school personnel. Jasper was Mrs Clyde W. Me- Bennett. Mrs. Helen Stalvey, the proceedings In acid Court of .April IT, 14. May 't II
I radio. Also Small appliances. Man I to fit your needs. Loans up to County: Commissioners, and 4-H Chin, mother of Kayo McChln and Gordon Newsome. R. M Avriett.
nings Radio Service, Jasper 792- 7 years. CaD North- Florida,Prokicnon dub Leaders and Home Demon- Mrs. F. R. (Garry) Garraghan and Colored> -Catherine Boles. Mildred
4421 tic Credit Aisn. S. Ohio Ave stration residents. also admitted was Joe C. Victors. Weary, A: D. Morgan W. C.

HOUSE FOB SALE IN JASPER. I fUve Oak. Tel 3622588OPPORTUNITY I, :A covered dish supper was serv '.' .. Mcdoud, Johnny Redding'. James DOYLECONNER' I
Only $2,000, Can be financed. ed. This meeting in Its entirety All the friends of Mr. Ell Daniels Floyd Norma Jean Spencer Rosa

Others $3500 to $7,000 See W. L. ; I was perhaps at the peak of 4-II will be very pleated to know he Williams.
Bryan. 792-4351. or,Robert Ehlert for full--na-.j work in Hamilton County. return dhome Tuesday from Pine
792-4491 ,Registered Real Estate lelgh Business in 000 view hospital after having surgery
Broken tip ty or Jasper. Products sold here I Mrs. Georgia Wetherington, Mrs on his eye on April 6. | *
over 40 years. Car necessary. No Milton Kelly and son Charles and S. e", ,
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FOR SAUE-InoUSE and 4 acres cash Investment required. For personal :Mrs. C. D. Barker Jr. went Monday Commissioner :
Mr. and Mrs. .Qeorge L. Smith ,
Interview write Sales
near Jasper. Only $6,000. Small to
of last week AtlAnta-Mrs.
and Mr and Mrs."Barney Burnham -
tobacco allotment. See W. L. Bryan ger Rawlelgh. FAC-150-302.
to visit son Charlie of
phis. Tenn. Mana-I Wetherington visited In Valdosta the past Sunday ? 't
792-4351 or Robert Ehlert 7924491 and family while Mrs.Barker and .e. I 1{ t
Reg. Real Estate Brokers tf ROUSE FOB SALE IN ;Mrs.' Kelly went to see the Max Mrs. Juanita Avriett Small and I AgricultureI'M
FOR SALE Only 2000. See W. L Devanes They returned on Thurs daughter Miss Judy Small, will
792-4351 Robert Ehlert 792-4491,
1. Sewing Machine ...... 15.00 or Broken. tfSPEcr.DIEI.ElPl day. open dthe weekend with relatives}
Reg. Real Estate .
1 Upright. Freezer ;......125.00 In Atlanta "
1 Clue?. 54 model......... 75.00 Guy Deduce Is In Hamilton hospital t GRATEFULfor
1 Refrigerator ............. 1800 after surgery Monday night. -
1 Typewriter .............. 32.00 His friends wish him a speedy recovery. I the opporlunUy to continue, serrlng
Itt lL P .MDtor ............ 25.00 ,
See above at Wonder Bar. A17p e WATCH FORflt' Florida's consumer and growers through:
Mrs. Billy Pennintfon (Juda)

HOUSE FOB RENT or ROOMS by '; made a plane trip to Pennsylvania HELP INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, fertilizers .-
day week, or month. AlapahaMoteL the Monday after Easter to be with I STOP I -
tic IIEARmO'AID SERVICEBatterlee her sister at the funeral of her seeds and pesticides;
Repairs and Service for all Jacob Kreiser who ... MALICIOUSWOODS I
'husband. Sgt.
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR make, all models. Bearing aids. I killed In an automobile accl-I MARKETING of Florida agricultural products;
Sale. Good condition. $40 and Write Robert A. HoUeabeck. Hearing was ,
I PROTECTION of and livestock Industries
$50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jasper Aid Service,P. O. Box 17, Tallahassee dent. : plant
phone 792-4421 tic Fla. ,.'.. ... ... ..A17o I I had Returning a wait home'In Washington Mrs. Pennlngton, D.C. BURNING i against diseases and Insects;,

The ground was covered with snow ECONOMY in government by working for ,

but the cherry trees were bloom- better ,efficiency'' and conservation' a" ,.

JVNIOH Ing. ,Cabinet member.

Mrs. Maud Havener and Mrs. TURNING :CARS (NU Political AdverHMeaOfor ) ..
RUN UP AND DOWN I Will you kindly.stop playing Cecil Sandlln attended the 24th annual I 'j
Ik _
"t ,
of the W.S.C.S.. and .
[ SCAB meeting '
., ;,
k J aroutl* nd to for Guild In Orlando --- r -
OWNiOltTMeN YOO come us the Weslevan Service I Joe'T" :t. "
I OUTS T 8.9 and came home
CAM ttO *M I April 5d
AND PLAY your need? RememberWhat with reports of a good meeting. -

t i .you want is what we President Mrs. David presided.Thurman.Wednesdayevening State L4 Ji

have! 'was the' "World Federation -

J 6t ,.. Banquet" at the Cherry Plaza
.y.t..w \t t tl Hotel 'the I Egyptian Room. The ...
Angehu Singers of Orlando entertained .'to.'
.friJro\ -._. The most Impressive service
e was the installation of officers ; aat CeYers l -

fl e an dthe sacrament of the Lord'e
S j9 Supper Thursday evening.
"The affirmation of Faith" was
given by the First Methodist Choir
FOlloriJdNIO; GastobafGASHRED in the song "!bow Lovely Is Thy

I} I Dwelling Place." kySUrfaCeSI I ..

IN THE ADS'' The days were filled with mattersof -.. ,
deep Interest to all. Mrs. Ha
RUN vener stayed at the Robert Myer al \
Tobacco Curing Systems Hotel while Mrs. Sandlin stayed T0 1J
with her good friend. Mrs.: B. F
Weaver at nearby Oviedo.
URA AS After the Convention in Orlando
Mrs. Maud'' Havener Joined Mrs. $

SERVICE Sandlin In Oviedo They attendeda / COWI
luncheon of the Woman's Club on h
Friday returning home that after.

noon. . uRGM

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 'Guest of
VaUosta came Sunday to visit the IJI

Guests here.Marilyn 1 i 91W4GPit
-- _.. ----'- ..... Guest Rykard's husband bM longer-lasting s
Lee has Just returned after monthsin I
Viet Nam. lie will now be stationed Cw. iietlar
at Moody Field. While in beauty c- ,/
Viet Nam. Lee had the misfortuneto hiis.h
have the end of his finger bitten .
off by a rat This caused consider- ,
_. able pain and had to be treated. $4.98ro $7.95 gal VI 111 UMULJe| a :

lIe says ,the rats are as Ma as -


SPESSARD L. America's' Finest House PaintBeautifies ,



1 have served es your U. s. Senator since 1946. !
During these years I have attained seniority dooM you have at one time
ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members aced the old adjnonbkmeat. ag-
of the Senate. alas* boring a- pig la a poke? Do KITCHENS '
;you know how this oU warning ,
three M
This seniority has placed me on major b.. ,-
each of which Is of originated? ; .
senate committees one '
It that farmers In Ireland and '
particular Importance to Florida and every one p
of citizens. at one time took suckling
Your vote May 5th will keep me In this powerful pigs to market in burlap bags BATHROOMS f Any finish-Any Quantity- seconds J
position to help Florida as well a* our .great called pokes. Some sharpie ,
bold Invariably substitute a
country.f barnyard cat for a piglet, This One Coat Coversl
IPfJSAtO L HOLLAND U a Jr Momaer ., JoM Commiteortprleeleni $3.96 to $6.95 galbaJ.O.
M..a- of .. ..... Ap .... .l...... made it poor business to buy a per \I"
e A
.. pig in a poke without ant taking 'r "r. 11' 1 41 '
CeeMilme *e l .( eaoltvree.Me .'J ..;. ; :
..*e,.,*. ,..... At"- MeMMt"... Ae-, c.I a quick peek at the merchandise .. ,- ... t,,!: ..1 81.,' YI. ,,
sad, .......y c- s,.. u... c--. so the buyer might be sure '., \-',
== ft*. he was taking home the bacon. WASH IT AOAIN.AND osiNTft ,,,, "i : :{ ;
Mim .f of*4 SeMta Con*. Some .....", Md cteaaiar to AOAJN WITHOUT HARM : ,:
e fat-the-poke Ides For K'Jeattfia ..... walU .+* woodwork. I Ml4tM Burch Co.choot 1 .
SPESSARD L, type of efeeutag and laundry Mr4 **.. aWa no. olowJM ;&I M'
xotee,: depend ,os, JASPER .to.l.o4 IL...fci *.tMrfoco. $4.98 to $7.68 gaL ,) .


:Come la sad prow' .tt to yamaetf from handsome ready-mixed 792-3661"
sad .re money .
A T Q R for better work. or ov.3OO Maestro* Colors



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