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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABUSHED' 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 8

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o out LoUD( ,. Planned 4-11 Firefly July Shipment 12 Wadsworth, Cooper Honored At Camp


AU 4-n dab members are n*

With Laale C. Wad-worth minded to term la their flre-
flies to dab leader by Jaly IS -
Governor Three Cabinet Members

Not the encl.Althou&h fee Fear shipment.camp sckelaribJps" will At Swine Evaluation Station Ceremony ,

this U the foul camp b* awarded to members catch* Attend Fort Stewart CeremoniesGovernor
I MaD attend a* an attire National Mthement fireflies.
Guard officer It to by no .
mean the end of my career, for J liny don Burns three other cabinet officers

want and Insist that this occur Secretary of State Tom Adam. Commtaioner of

where It started MOM 40 odd yean Jim Shields To Agriculture Doyle Conner and State Treasurer Hroward

ago '-! In Live Oak. That give me Williams and other Quests from much of Florida

ante 10 month In which to Head College joined units of the Florida Army_ National_ n!_ Guard__ _no .In..
gracefully mat* ready for that honoring two of the state'sgeneral fin I -

day in June 1M4 when tints win officers at parade ceremonies had won the Armor trophy for

be written to a career that his Transport CroupThe at Fort Stewart Saturdaymorning haying been selected the outstanding

meant M much to me and with } Governor Burns presented Armor company In the elate

which Clara and our girt hat newly formed College Florida Service Medal to Brig This to an annual award and I*

patiently and understanding! Transport Inc.. an organization Gen Louie C Wadaworth. pub based on year round performance,

lived with for M many year to provide transportation for students Usher of thus Suwanne Democrat. both at Armory and summer field
It to pleasant of course to hear to North Florida Junior r I and to Brig Oen. Ralph W Coop.. tralningTe unit was under the

nice thing said and have honors. College In Madison met In the y ,. er Jr. assistant Adjutant Genera command of Captain C. T lists

We* that parade Saturday corn Conference Room of the Buwan of Florida for over 30 years aer. den and Captain Earl Dembry
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ones way Governor Hayden ne* Valley Electric: Coop last rice u National Guardsmen and during the content period
Bum was most gracious and kind Friday night to the Slat of Florida. Captain Nicky M Tsacrtowas

In remarks, te made on two oecations An election of officers and directors Both of the general' officers will narrator of the armor portion of

about the years Ralph was held and Jim Shields retire prior to the 118. annual an Impressive and huge firepower

Cooper and I have spent In the named as president of the group field training encampment of the demonstration put on by the Florida

Guard Mrs. Dan Chandler was elected Guard Brig. Gen Cooper retire troops Friday afternoon to

But I want the coming 10 vice president, and Mrs. Jim In October of this year and Brig. live Governor Burns and other

months to be active ones and as Shields seeretary-treaMirer'. Gen, Wadaworth will be retired guests here for the occasion firsthand
rewarding as those In recent years Named to the board of director Present at th* t'SDA Dee Ckelera Reaearck BUUen last Wednesday are Ml .. rl M. Fred De. June I H'. Retirement ceremonies Information and a view of

I have been. I look forward to ...- were W, R. Howes. Claude Law. Vane, aeatotaat essay agent, Mrs Bb Tattle, eacreUry .. Dr. T. ... Lander at the new Dla< etle for the generals. an planned aSt. the equipment and capability of

lUng troops- In various sections ohe C. W. Broughton L. M. Crews, Laboratory, essay eemmle...... Laura B. Beberseai Emee.t llelmea chairman of the swine evaluation Augustine for Brig. Oen' the present" dy National Guard A

'. state prior to time to retire Carl Xidd. and B. A. Swing. J. C. eaeamltte. and eeeamtodaaer Lamar II...... right rear Marvin E. llama ebalrman ef the Cooper and at Live Oak for Brig. tank under the command of let

Vann was named chairman of the ....... Oanty Beard ef Coanty Caeamlealanen. to balding s flag presented, to the Ftorida. AtrteaUtaral Gen Wadsworth. 14. Bpeusrd II Boatrlght partlcl
This column U being. written Announcement was made pated In th* firing e-enlae by the
Mard. E........ Serviee> by Maarlee Mwtgrove, a ala year ..,Ie,.a ef Ike CIDA nee Ckelera RewarekBUttovt. a
Bunday morning right after at* Students Indicating that they Fort Stewart last week that Com tank battalion.
tending an episcopal communion plan to ride the bus to college are (Deeae.rat staff rkete) party A. 117th Tank Bn. Live Al Saturday parade Captain

service conducted by Chaplain urged to make their 150 depositas Oak's unit of the Florida Guard Bslsden served as an assistant to
Captain FMeraon of Mount Dan dew Major Oenertl Henry W, McMil
Anyone
soon as possible. Plan Auf. 1 Operatlon
In the Army chapel used for err siring further Information to ute Funeral ServicesL lan Florida's adjutant general, i

vices by the National Guard. Last ed to contact any of the officer of "Mlln1t Planner! For and Major General Robert A. But- 1

Sunday morning I attended services the. organisation. USDA Hog Cholera Station IsConverted. Price Hickman Tobacco Market DrtoFlorida's -lard, commander of Florida'* Army
at the small mission churchin National Guard troops In
process of being established in tebase* warekaea handing out a number of other

HlnesvUIe. O*. Yew Facilities .To Evaluation StationIn Held Saturday men wul meet with Dyto Cn. state and National Guard award
Florida te fortunate to have II ner. Cemmtoaieeier. *f Agrbml- Governor Burn' told the civilian

fine minister a* chaplains. These a short ceremony last Wednesday afternoonthe Funeral services for L. Price tare. T..-..'. Jaly II. I* set soldiers Saturday that the stale

men come from all areas of the Planned For Florida Agricultural Extension Service under the Hlckmao. Tl. wen held Saturday, an opening. date fee bright .leaf appreciated th sacrifice they

state and represent most denomi direction of Dr. M. O. Walking, aaaumed the opera lair I, .& 3:00 pjn. In th* Fin t.bee.a ..... make In order to term In the National

nations. Army services art both tlon of the USDA Hog Cholera Station her for testing Methodist Church of Use Oak Tne efftolal marketing date. Guard and pledged th* support

denominational and non-denoml- Ellaville Park the breeding'. feeding' and management practiceof- with the Rev Bplvey Brabham officiating. I will b* ......... vest week af hi. administration to carrying .

national and our soldiers had e swine In this area.' Interment followed In n the message of th* National

wtde choice! of servtoa Matana' BIO Miller. State Park director The new Swine Evaluation ..- I Al) teat mad will b* under are I tins Uv Oak Cemetery Guard to att N.... of. lie stat.

.1.' e*..M .teesd. In 'wad ......ce.tnt sassy new teens ... a* n will be known. pUna to wpervtaton of Kenneth U Du< New Method In Adam, Conner, and Williams
........ held an batteJkonareas twees. ae tats .aDIIIta& huabw'.
oined
, wet tag win b* conatrwste4l at th*Sts- begin: the On tests. Augxu flnt tie governor In praise ol
beginning al gb* ....*. man of'CJW?nort wanne* Riser StoU Park at *T1* The peaenstel .t MIdI a ..ettna ,
Other. hours florin ....... with herd AffectRegarding
aid at varied vllte during th* ....-.. Menntum.Oonstractlon program M an area to unlimited a demonstration terming the event
UM day. Attendance to always man awptoyed at Ute testing nation tnrUMn Interesting, and imp,.*.
funds tetallngIM and official feel thai a lye or .
to keep aoourste record of Books sire. Conner wa called atl to dads
Mint OO base been allocated forth three year teeUng program would Marketing
individuals and weight and feed consumption and '
groups park. Improvement planned increase the gutsy of pork sold a play bit ability wit the ptttol, a
take advantage of the week endholidays Include the development of aswimming quarter of a mtUon dollars bawd maintain pnaent fadllUe J, B Mills. AM7 office manager, 45 csllbre weapon worn by iliadOfn..L

to Halt Bevaimah and area. |...000; the con I upon tncreaaed value of pork After pigs consigned to th* station report that a new procedure Will; lie did a creditable job
other nearby' towns and etuea. Reports I for testing an sold all monies be In effect this year regarding and placed. severs shots dead
struetlon of a platform adjacentto
old at |IM to IIM rutA
todleate a sen out of hotel i will above feed cost and ipense will tobacco marketing books renter. All eipreased pride In report
th eweriaoktog the
pknte ana progeny" letting unit
accommodations In U e i be returned to th* producer. In given them the
ad motel > the past growers picked up on efficiency
Suwanne River $,-; and dew Involve testing four pigs from a .
Savannah area and heir bock* st the office prior M ot Florida flags.
veloptng DaWn trail erect litter taking the animals from
tog display shelters, 11000. the breeder st 40-M pounds, feed 1 Kirs. Alma heir first sto. This year Use The demotMtrallon Friday and
Monday morning I plan to fly Allocated for park operations Ins them a set feed program, and Rayhon book will b* mailed! to the grower parade Saturday closed th first
via Army plane to Fort Belvoir, and mut be turned In to the week of camp
fiscal
during the year commencing marketing them at 100 pounds
Va, to visit a Tallahassee head July 1 to a total of |ll..4Thto .. This would furnish for the producer 1 Funeral Services .erehou-rmen with the first tow Earl, Monday morning. the
ejaarten. unit attending annual ftddl- baeeo deposited on the floor and bulk ef the unit training at Port
figure provide for the Information on feed conversion
Reid training at the engtnerr fa- .ill be Stewart moved Into blvoua
area
kept al the warehou-e, A
Lion cf on part-tun man to the growth potential and
effity there. Major Paul Crews la Held record of scattered the lenith and bnalhf
park staff during the coming year, areas development under a stall Sunday weight will) lit kept bf
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u.&pwdNa wilt and to wltnHta *W this the warehouse and AltO personnel) this .immense reservation All
pleaded to
are report lard
Ytrgtota. i program.This Funeral service for Mr*. Alma working' there. A* a public service. lumps will spend four days and r
for Buwanne River StatePark. would also
orvducer
progress permit a
It W a four and a half hour nonstop .' MOtor said This to a real to animal under Mettte Raybon. 17. wen held Mr, Illckmsn pawed ..., July each warehouse plan toilaft a tour night/ to the field! 'returning I
fright frost Ft Stewart to compare Sunday July 1. atl.00pm. In the 1 to lUvenkle HoaplUl. Jsckonville. calculator at the scales. and may to UM conlonmetil area Friday
step forward toward the fun de his program at home to the animal 1.
the Virginia sit*.. retopment of this IUM.- consigned to the teat station.Sueceeitt Beulah Baptist Church. Th Rev I as UM result of a cerebral keep the farmer Informed on the morning Preparation far return
I win spend Monday nigh there Cecil PolUvent of Perry officiated hemorrhse remaining poundage ellutud Mm to horn Italian. begin In full

and. retHrn.. to Ft. Stewart ......I with interment following In Mr Ilickmsa wss I veteran cf Any request for additional sslee. swing Immediately, j

noon Tuesday and Join my headejnartan -, Kill Cord!. th* Beulah Cemetery. World War I. a member of are bats rout be made In writing to Troop from llotneatead and far
to th* .....* ana. Mn. Raybon psia>.d away JulyS Pint Methodist' Church Live Oik the AltC oln.Veal'.er.. south location* will depart for

to the Suwanne County Hoe Rotary Club It to nf ortanato that taw shufflmg Wendell]) Lewis Named President pltaJBh. and the Oak Elks IIUII fait to .leave win be its tank

of political card to eongreeslonal to survived by her husband was employed for many years \ '. Forecast battalion ef which Live. Oak to apart

apportionment place table Live Oak Lions Lion Of Year henry B Rabat; sis. dau.b..,.. by the Department ef Agriculture, and unit tot JacsaonvlltoM
men M the district of whtohSHwanaa : I Mn. Pst Wilson and Mrs. Joe tie to survived by' hto wife. MnMsry I For Month depart early Sunday morning

County to a part. Wendell Lewi. wa the recipient of dual honor atnquet Tin of tin Oak. Mrs. lime Mo*. Lee Hickman, one daughter ( July AU unit to the stat should reach
Both Don Foqua and BiOy Matthew rim of Inver ice. and Mrs. Lynda homo station shortly after I
the annual installation ba of the Live Oak Uon Mn. Cecil: iDorothy Camer TIM Thirty IMy AfrierJtaralWeather noon
an popular to this county I Simon Mrs Virginia Lucaa and on. Coco, and on* sisur Mrs O.(l-k fee tne ntMlk on Sunday to writ flnlah to what
WhO our poplpr now feel done Club last Tuesday nilht II<. wag presented the Jon of Mn. tech Phelp. of St Peters- Irma Hathaway. Monroe-lite. Ala .f faly far south fl-.eU.at ..14 so far been termed "Uwbird ?

to Puss than they ever did to the Year Award for devotioi n of hu time and effort on burg: four sons. Jimmy BUL Active pallbearers were Otto ...., Alabama. aM "-.... eantp. ever held"

Matthew, then an many her Lion. acUritiea for tight eoi nseryation and Installed asA Roses and Bonnie Raybon. all of Wctuteto III. Alfred Alrth. Wood. w054 Pleeldi based I, UMWeaiher White M btouaf. th* local unit
who regret th* decision to place pr.e.dent ef the dab for IMMtM St. Petersburg Sh* to also sur row bee B W, Melvenaton III. Reea A4tlMey AffieaMoral vas to undergo tank-Infantry

tftrm to the earn district. tact year vtred by thre slston. Mn Mary W, Z. McLeod. Darrow lUlverv: Mr.l...... ,tcta$ training to a series of problem
This b..senor cf en man on* Lewis, son .. MIL Lewie and Webb and U,.. Luclte Wyeong- of ton Jr. B T, McDowell and mantel Plain Is.ras Pie.II. calling. for Joint support armor,

veto. may be the tow ef the land the late Sheriff Hugh Lewis ha OhIo. and Mrs. Jew Hart. Live Claude Hackney ... 7th... f Is, lely I. I MLTTMrCRATVNUI infantry, engineer, and) artillery
but when a congyesslonal district been a LIon lor Bin yean and toemployed s Out and two brothen. Oliver Honorary ptu-rers were U 0 during the unite to an eaercUo. n which Bve

to created that to larger than Bin by the Standard OUCompany. Tlpton. cf Use Oak and George I Do*I Orate" J. U McMuIten. Dar- month of July are eip-eted toversge ammunition will b* M 4. Thl

*states thto Just doesn't add op Upton of Lane: 21 grer-ichll row lUlvenaton ,.,...... Bridges, below normal over S atU..a. .. rpe ef training esquires th* dare
when logic I. applied International Owwelor MantoPinley tree and t greatgrandchildren.PaQbearen Bill llamrick. Jim Spencer, Lee .. Georgia. and near normal of training skin elements' of

That arras to be oar way ef was speaker for the even. wen Mack Clark. Thompson Andrews, and Albert over fknitfiweet (...ia. Howtha.tobama .< Florida IJrd Armored Brigade
doing thing. lb It tile rkboaious Ivy wilt lion dark Parker serving Lloyd Affiinuon. Dos Cat chili Netoon.Suwann I have attained

way to start mat and then ,endPear. M master of .........**. AObmton. Lloyd Rkharaaon and ** Funeral Horn ... torharg mean, and tempersiurea Northwest will Porida.ally Artillery and air defense vnlt

doing th right and. ) fair Other ofncers meurtod wet IOMO Darts of funeral arrangement sue will ......... their firing this
Me between TI and M degree
thing. c.. S. Parker first vtee pnslattHjI. Th Jama B. Daniel* Funeral week *f th* huge gun with which
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Ibuly
maslmum .
Of nmie* there to another sototton. B. DanMa. second vtoe pre** s Horn wa to charge of s/rsn- they sr. .."'>pM>d white other
and c. T, Burnett, third vice Dike Planned For should rAe from M to M "" I
drat .11I'.1
Get car hone M order so : aunts. ( urul" will strive to prefect and
man yopl wfB cam* hen to flee ...........T. K. Aberrrembw. a- with aftomonn t-nprUr- petals their rote and duties as
and then w. toe can have n con* wortH CamO. and Robert Cannon ehtnd IS degree* or Mthef on upportlng elements. *f the om--
Farm .
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fTMsWMM Cf ear OW- wen named ae dwetora. M. A. Jayeeai Wrrkmil Copeland dy* ally minimum UenpraUTM mandCa .
win avers** bHw*.n fJ and
Included U getting' oar haw 0'1Ien..cw W, secretary Lion* 'rojrrt Surrraful raid, n Bembry said Saturday
R. BarreL
to order are better school and IreaMtfvr; The thai the Uv Oak unit did well
Jayecs TJrtv For A .,. and foot dike to rreste a It an. below .4 delrves.RAIXPAIJ .
t se.Hne from tOegal sale ofbnwor umer: J. M. progr** < bJ. tau on the farm of J. C Copland during fitly wtOary
to legal N to a pnckag I tan twister; and W, R. PvweOit M. I BuildPAlWpe pass termedeaec. eight mil.. south of WeOboen i fed week and bx>k4 forward to
wee widely from plan in plate
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Mart.Thwe. 1 see ink tad twirler I WCMBCLL LEWI a .- working with ether &hetlrllW.
I a* hundreds of motor "Ila cf
*awiplet >d tout week by th* he "A should average nutty between
W, MacmglB.
Leon McDu e3& J -
an a nwmbrr *f other tot* stopped at a wreck Men .. to .ertUe. that are to
a9 .Me to the FtorVU Lime, wanne River Soil CvMerrattenDMrict 1 M and IM tTMtrwe scwrrUavMly >
and C R. McCttown. Ky
badly needed Ispro+esenb b 1 I peed by the gds at Houston laM tart Tueaoay M* said tin moral
solved to growth and devtlotienenlucb charter member, wet* lies ntae4 Bank, *t gd fifteen eye donor Saturday aftemoan' and) sass YoU I it afiemuMi or evening' and health af his nmpny WMstfllenl.
TMttnlclaii and
f is pled honored) fifteen sentori John Hampton "nowswj thMmVrtnowerv en 1*
a* man sends participates for fifteen yean perfect Mss. sates Co. that mblMotorM .
to civic a-takn by badness leaden tendance Abrcrombie. OHan and] their patents far scholaafKachievement. Hmae.ll Pew report' that near to II dare during the period.StnUHIKB .
were
green p-MpttkU
Iw* thouaaad nibto yard *f "t (during In* Mil M
m the easuaunrty. and n shift Ad Reginald Scots eacb: bare Hppbed ralaooaU ... better driving haMu and fra I
mart b* moved during th* ...- days .to etp-etod to afenul
from th* hw and bmry: can* etdit yean perfect attendance, far Ole Junior drpwUe. and r* soft drink by Use. Oak I.,.-..*. average Film To Its ,Shtntn
WrndeOLewi ...... tnetJon with in* highest portion ge aer" tall ef pne.tW.* wtta e*>. w
apt. Q epeisUc car n .. by lips whfl* 8am Fans and parted a sine of liao and remlnoMl *f th* nary roadsaMrd I
.f lh* .* appfwsbnatety su led two periods *f .lena4 ftou Oak's Pan* and Bn deoartaaret hate two yean and W R.BarwO from Lfam adtritta fish fries th .
awaiting rairtoea.
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bee .....
to th* rniirvn efBctentBnwaane gtattbed and C, T..u CM sap ads kamu .... sod tramthe Gentry Slime i. Brt Ca wrrwuntfln- ground keeL A. tOm satllled T..y Fee
sate f roAa. dragttn wa b* teed far the dUglr BOO TrMPDUTUREB during l.ta. gv" win be skews JwtyIg
ftcbt
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oasrfdlka dno year.pMt. ear Fred] PWan*. J... IIXdwtI, .
Osvaty leak a Bet Prealdent. KB CortO* 1+.- Team AbercrosoM wfl urn' a* and Matt. ** Ward wee eOSmnd. I July win react seasonal high* efW al Into ... al Wa w*.4BaiM
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.f ....... far the gen hatrman for his cabinet Cvawtoml sane to k*.p the water to M degrees si few Inlw mv Cnewan.Tbe .
k4 to the races totMatrw aea- part yenmewed a* .4 *, J.,... rtttu4fRctfff .. Hose, bust tod
aim Cause we take dew to king that Ow *mb pwrttoa**! annoware* by tile Lion dMrict far the evtutondta Job, w* toy. swag an eight der ban son with ave-ae be* at****** will. bet ape

01& I Cwm.e4 M rag Itt 8 pain ef ...... asrtrtb.t.d /e..... .OM cm th* ,**>et tram Irritation th wed j4y/ U .*-.- ee.Iftt kJgner to) detest sod kaIlm55a < feeJe.F N mbaale and) la*
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Employ Youth Market News

Milton Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a youth em The New York Stock Exchange seemed to experience -

ployment service and President Johnson has an. the Jitters recently when a prominent fed- Doyle E.
CODnerFlorida The Files
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nounced a Youth Opportunity Campaign. Local eral official expressed the opinion there were similarities

businesses are being encouraged, urged, to give em. to present conditions and those of the late cattlemen will be Inter- TIIE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ?"r
to boys and girls between 16 and 21 during twenties.
ployment ested to know that the second ''I ,
the summer vacation period.We With the market at new highs in recent largest cattle state in the nation

would not ask any employer to load his months all-time highs this was enough to has been certified free of brucel- 1915At 1955The

payroll with unneeded help and there are some shake some's bullish mood. On several days heavy losis, or Bangs' disease.
businesses which do not need extra workers duringthe selling hit the market and blue chip stocks some The U. 8. Department of Agriculture a meeting Monday night the recently remodeled Commercial Subscriptions

summer months. But we do believe 1 l4 U important times lost more than half a dozen points (dollars) announced recently that city council adopted ordinances Bank will be the scene of
to give every consideration possible to the In a day. Wisconsin has achieved the ulti- fixing the water rates at a mini- sn open house from next Thursday I Sutcannee Democrat
mate goal in the long-standing mum of II for the first 3.000 gal afternoon from 9:30: to 8:30pjn. :
who willing to work. Despite the fact that there similarities
young people are are some all Listed below are new
cooperative State-Federal program lons, 1$ cents a 1,000 gallons subscrip
The old plaint around this area by young peo- today would work against a crash such as that of to eradicate brucellosis in in excess up to 50,000 gallons and L. J. Day president, announced tions and subscriptions renewed to

ple has been that there are no opportunitieshere October, 1929.Margin the U. 8. 10 cents a 1,000 gallons for all over today that the public was cordially the Suwannee Democrat from
or at least fewer than they might find In buying then was a risky business whichto This is the first time a major 50,000 and providing that the invited to attend the open June 29 to July 2.

more populous areas. If our most promising 1929, the fact is there are many factors which cattle producing state has been city pay for the water meters. house and Inspect the new faculties NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
youngsters grow up with this idea, they are unlikely could add speed to any decline as Investors were able to reach that status. Not only Those who have paid the city offered by his banking institution. Margueritte Spencer Rt. L 0
to want to settle here. We believe that it threatened with being wiped out If they did not does Wisconsin lead the next money on meter. will receive Joyce Royal Rt. 3, L. O.

is important to the future of our county to encourage immediately sell. To some degree this can be said largest dairy state by nearly one vouchers which the city will receive Fred Adrrholt. BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS

the industrious, Intelligent, willing young today but to a far lesser degree, million milk cows, but it ranks in payment for water. Work on the long sought New- RENEWEDMrs.
Claude L.
Texas in the total Cannon. Ft
to
only
people to live here. Today, also, huge funds which have so much second number of beef and dairy cows bern Road should begin shortly.On LauderdaleT.

The proportion of the population living on money tied up in stocks need not panic and it two years of ate or older. Falatka took three straight Wednesday night District J. Fletcher Jr.. O'Brien
farms has declined markedly In this country. To. would be gannet their interest to do so. Moreover, USDA views the Wisconsin from Live Oak here last week Engineer James A. Brewer said Ward Fertilizer Co. Branford

day, over two-thirds of the United States citizens they can afford to wait out panic selling. achievement as assurance to the winning the first baseball game the State Road Department was Mrs. Oleta O. McMillan. Rt

live in urban areas. This related to the problemof In addition, there are other safeguards and livestock Industry that the goal Thursday 3 to 1 and the second all ready to the sign contractor.a work order Marlon au- L O.
thorizing
there is eradication for the game 2 to 1. They won again on Laure B. Roberson. Rt.. L. O
youth employment, of course. On the farm, the fact that the government's spending is of complete Construction Co. of Ocala to begin
there is always'work for children as well as adults. not a major part of the overall economy and will nation by 1979 Is realistic. Friday 4 to 3 in a game local that the work. He said they were Mrs. A. E. Tucker. Hlland Park
Connecticut should have been won by the R. C. Brannan. L. O.
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With the urban family, the father, and often the not suddenly shrink it will not be allowed to Today, six states team.-The boy. lost to Pslatka in ready to do so just as soon as a
New Hampshire Etta Johnson Rt. L. O.
Maine
mother, has outside work, taking them away from drastically shrink Palatka 7 to B. suit of taking was final. This suit
Rhode Island, Utah and Wisconsin Mrs. George Dexter L. O.
home. They are hard put to find meaningful em- The average "little man" today also, has many the Virgin Islands are was brought on two small parcels Leslie LeesburgV.
plus Oand7
ployment for their children during the months of safeguards which were not his in 1929. There is free of brucellosis. In addition 298 and Mlckler have of land in the proposed construc J. Smut!; L. O.

summer recess. social security, a large supply of steady Income counties in 10 other states" and bought Helvenston. the Edwards Insurance tion. F. M. Orleten, Miami Springs

This is a situation which breeds mischief. from hospital and'unemployment benefits, military Puerto Rico are brucellosis free. and will take care of their McMullen Food Bank. L. O.
Idleness is oonductive to deviltry salaries for other millions, eto. This assures investment Thirty-seven states have a modi- business agency in the careful manner for Three new medical doctors are Dr. Harold F. Preston. L. O.

The Kiwanis Club Is offering a most useful Income. fled ,certified status by reducing which they are famous.J. now practicing In Suwannee '. Mrs. James P. Howe. L. O.
service In this field of youth employment. Many It is, of course, possible that the market adjusts incidence of the disease to less I County two in Live Oak and one R R. Hudson. Branford
have taken and there have been declines than one per cent of their cattle In Branford. FJza Jones OkeechobeeJack
of the applicants on file with the club sharp as in ,
Dr. James Horton has
May, 1982. After all Target date for completing modi- M. Marable, one of the extensive Joined P. Jones Rt. U O.
Some have the market
tests.
aptitude tests or performance cannot continue John
Dr. N. Sims in the practiceof
1987. of
ls
fied certification turpentine operators Otto WetUteln Jr. Leesburg
which is useful. to go only up. But it is probably Impossible
for
had experience medicine here while Dr. Hugo
Luravllle attended to business Era B. Smith Rt. L. O.
We would encourage anyone who has an another crash, on the scale of the 1929 crash, to Brucellosis Is one of the animal matters in the city this week. Sotolongo hoe joined Dr. 8. L. Annie H. Mill, U O.
opening for even part-time work to call the Kiwanis occur today diseases that is transmissible Hadden. Dr. J. M. Price and Dr. D. E. Lee. Meows Va.

Youth Employment Service, 623.3247. -Cocoa Tribune to humans. In humane It is commonly Irby H. Black make up the other rule R Moore. O'BrienD.
a Miss Vlrdle Iris Haddock has two medical men to give Live Oak
Give our young people a chance. a known as undulant fever F. OXfonnell. Miami
-Pres ..Gazette Milton Medicine Quackery In 1948 more than 300 cases of been re-eletced superintendent of six practicing physicians. Dr. Robert Euatls: 1:. Oreene. Rlvervlew
the third division of the Epworth
Oreenwell has joined Dr. E.
reportedin O.
brucellosis were
Human human Mrs. Roland Hines Rt, L. O.
greed manifests Itself in myrald ways League. Haskell Jr.. In Branford.At .
Wisconsin. So far this year only Joe Sharpies. L. O.
Few of .
Discretion In Order them are pretty.
I two cases have been reported.In J. L. BlackwcU.L. O.
Negro integration leaders have served notice Newspapers constantly turn up a new wrinkle 19S2 brucellosis was costing 1940 a meeting of the State Racing Mrs F O. Howard. L. O.
that their activities this summer will be concen or scheme some fertile mind has devised for separating Wisconsin some $15 million a year. Commission held In Tallahassee Elisabeth: Bailey Branford

trated in the states of North and South Carolina, fellow humans from the hard-earned cash. During the past year less than 400 Sherwood Harvard was appointed I on Tuesday Clarence H. Rev Raymond O. White Jr

Georgia, Florida, Alabams, Louisiana, Arkansas, All too often the gullible victims are the ones cows were affected and estimatedloss by directors of the Suwannee I' Ratllff. Live Oak automobile dealer L.O.Mrs. .
and Mississippi. who can least afford the loss. had dropped to around $S0,- County Jayceee to head a. committee was formally elected as chairman C. B. Motte, Wellborn

They have also given indications that their But of all the "confidence" cult and get-rlch- 000 annually to compile a list. of rooms of the commission. Mr*. J. D. Williams Rt. L. O.

main thrust will be in the direction of Negro voter Quick schemers among the most despicable are the A glance at a recent brucellosis that will be available during the
registration practitioners of medical quackery who prey on the eradication progress map of the tobacco selling season to representatives -
Florida hemmed in on
U shows
JB. of tobacco
companies
Judging( from past experience, there seems suffering and fears of the seriously ill. modified certified
the north by who will be buying on the local
little hope the South will escape the more explosive Instances of that are too familiar
even in a areas. As of March 31 this year market after August 8.
forms of the Negro revolt. Racial leaders apparently time when medical research has come up with 2,291 counties in the nation had James B. Daniels

believe such push tactics are successful. Why answers to problems that only a few years ago achieved that status and 191 Miss Barbara Hunter returned

abandon them? seemed insoluble wen enta** The Reverend William Medearla of University What brings the subject to mind is the storyof testing. where she attended the Phi Beta
Park Church of Christ near Washington D.C. a court case involving a self-styled and self Only 30 North and West Flor- national convention. Funeral Homes

may have an answer to that question. A nativeof taught cancer "expert" who had been giving treatments ida counties are modified certified I
of the state,
Tennessee and a graduate of Harding College In to young leukerna victims.In areas. In the balance Thursday night saw watermelon -
where the great majority of our LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
Arkansas. Reverend Medearls contends the integration convicting] him the court Imposed maximum located little eradication traffic over rails in Suwannee ,
movement Is beginning to bring too much penalty permitted by law and openly voiced cattle headway are has been made County at a standstill with prices

pressure on the southerners. regret that it couldn't be harsher, dropped to as low in some case Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-
as $12 and 114 per carload some
Integration procedures in the South are now One hopes the story received enough circula It appears that some aerial pesticide few loads were reported still moving equipped ambulances on call twenty-
becoming1 broad and, at times, drastic, thus the tion to warn other potential victims who might be applicators don't place avery to the Georgia diversion
protest at'more' demands and mob action taken In. high value on their personal points by truck. four hours each day in both Lire Oak

There ls a need, he says, for those outside Dixieto Cocoa Tribune safety Borne of them have jumped and Branford.CALL.
understand the Southern mind and a need for the gun over in Texas and are State Road Department announced

certain Negro leaders to learn that lawful and discreet Facts About Arsonists using the new unauthorized spray techniquefor and Friday that bide wouldbe

methods may now be the most expedient. Psychiatrists applying in opened Tuesday of next week, DAY OR NIGHT
are confirming pesticides
-Cocoa Tribune what fire Inves highly dangerous on repairing roads at the Live
tigators have long believed that arsonists undiluted form. Oak tobacco
are [ markets. Lake City LIVE OAK BRANFORD
a sick and motivated by an abnormal fascination. In a recent warning the U. 8. : market roads will be bid on for

Grousing Up, Too Some are driven by profit or revenge But Department of Agriculture says it :1 similar repairing at the same dale. 362-3333 9354100J.

Boca Raton Is not only growing, it is growingup. many who use these as excuses are moved by an has learned undiluted parathion
even more compelling motive and methyl parathion both highly Every: McKeithen left Wellborn
satisfaction
in cotton B. DANIELS JR. LF.D.
than 30 retail merchants The war against toxic are bring sprayed Wednesday for Chicago HI. toattend ,
Friday night, more those who cause such de.atruction fields of the Lower Rio Grands!I r
turned out to reactivate the long-dormant Retail and sometimes death, may now be tip. Valley. I i the Democratic convention. '

Merchants Division of the Greater Boca Raton ping in favor of society.. So far only malathion has been I 1-

Chamber of Commerce. Dr. David Harris, a staff psychiatrist at a registered for spraying in undiluted -

In a abort, action-filled meeting, the merchants Washington D. C. hospital says the arsonist now form. USDA says "accumu

not only pledge( their time and cooperation to retail starts out with a strike against him because authorities lated data on nasards. perlstence
promotions, but also money. already have a profile of him. and effectiveness, which has led /

The retail businessmen in this cmmunlty too The arsonist will usually be a male to the RgUteratkm and use of un- DIDNT
cannot. be assumed -
long have let the lion's share of the shopping go lie will be young, his activities starting during diluted malathlon. SEE
to apply to the use of other A
out of town; a sin they've committed by falling to puberty.He. "

work to keep that shopping here. will be present at the blue he Ignites. pesticides.The personal hoard to applicators ? THING

The decision Friday night may be one of the He is sexually maladjusted from pesticide greatly Increases T .'aF ;

most important these merchants have ever made Mental ability or economic station in life do If theM materials are used I OFFICE

and promises to help not only themselves, but the not seem to be involved in the making of an arson- undiluted rather than diluted.

customer by offering him more choice: the city by ist. "The more toxic the pesticide

more taxes, and the community by a better spiritof Fortunately, most of these sick people are le." says USDA. the greater the

cooperation.Sam caught and removed from society before they hacard. Applicators who want to 'I

Vincent and his steering committee who reach their 30's. as a result of greater understanding use the new technique are urged 'M. I. .
while further
to stick to malathion
worked so hard to bring this about, deserves the of the arsonist
tests art being made and more
thanks of the community.. -Cocoa TribuneThe Information U being accumulated.I .
t-Boca Raton News

recall reading some tin ago

The Civic ClubsA Suwannee Democrat that African cannibals avoided
who were heavy smokers.
lot of people criticize and make fun of the whites
OF LIVE FLORIDA Nicotine rave the flesh an unpleasant -
OAK
various civic organizations. "Meet, eat, and ad-
ITS EASY
flavor.Now to see that
a growing Savings Account givesone
journ" has been said scomfuflly. ",. tfe heart _/ lJU s.......... River V""uey" I note scientists are play
While this phrase might be true occasionally fog around with something along a feeling of confidence of mind of
those who use it as an overall description arc the same line pills, or "systemic peace 'getting

simply displaying their Ignorance of the many accomplishment BANNEJConao11dated LEADER repellents", to be taken orally somewhere Put 10
of the clubs and organisations. Established: U84 August 3. 1817 Established: 1SS1 that tend to make humans unpal.table % of your earnings into a Savings
rrtliabed Every TharWay at Hn A. Conner Street
Imagine what Lake Wales would be like U to mosquito and other Account at the Commercial and
enjoy that led-
there were no civic organisations. The routine of Louie C. Wadsworth.... Editor Publisher biting Inafcta.I secure

taxation and spending for city functions would Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor I the drug looks manufacturer like a neat future, but for I ing.

still be carried on by elected officials but there Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager wonder sometime how well the

would be no group to sponsor worthwhile programs George (Fete) Wright.... Shop Foreman human system will be able to cope
or to develop and secure new assets tor the city with an the new product being
Second Class Postage Paid
Indeed Lake Wales would be a somewhat dreary At tore Oak Florida developed to be taken Internally orb

place in which to live if it were not for the scoresof SUBSCRIPTION Buwanne County 1400DM injection.
local cltlsens who band themselves together In BATES Outside Suwannee County e

clubs and other organisations to promote projects ALL BUBaCRTfTIONS Payable to AdYaDceUDmIOPI Gigantic Fortes

in which they btUe. I lee covering the Arctic Ocean '

And yet all of these organizations are coal' can be DIne to twelve feet thick COMMERCIAL BANK

posed of only about ten per cent of our populaUort. but it suggest a thin layer of dust .-.. -

Think of what could be accomplished: if the other ) !( on a bucket of water. The ocean, II OF LIVE
ninety per cent rolled up their sleeves and took an reaching depth of 11.000 feet, unleashes OAK
eTlW glnntle fore** that crisis
active part in making Lake Wales a better place JIVE OAK. FLORIDA
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InUfanUstia ,
a... : and grind the surface ice _,,;_-,_ -
in which to ova ridge and formation

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THURSDAY JULY 8, 19CC SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. UVE OAK FLORIDA. PAGE THREE


(9-tg Mr. William Harvey Yeager I Mrt. JohmoWill I Nobles-Strickland I, Bride-Elect

fh Celebrate RirtKJayMra. :; Wedding July 3 I Luncheon Honoree

Jacob J.hru n will ecle The- private dining room of the
fuel. brats her lUnd birthday en .d.I Holiday Inn In Lake City was the
Saturday. July le. i setting on Tuesday, June 29. for a
WOMEN She will be at home te friends luncheon honoring Mill Elalnj
wbhlnr call Nt.Hfth.. \ f fi. Dennis bride-elect of July with
hours ef three and six o'clock. lb.. Mra. W. H. Williams Mrs R. T.
eI
,.,J' '(. Miller. Mrs. George E. Dexter and
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Societf Editor iWWi! : \ Miss Verna Brlrnon M hostesses.A .

/Jf; Kathy, Margie Brown i !/! J pink and lavender motif was"
Miss Jackson Mr. VowsIn ; -H >( It' carried out In the floral arrangements
Yeager Exchange Nuptial Birthday Party Honored "
# # !! ')Ij ,'. ,.f placed around the room
Doublering Candlelight Ceremony In June r Kathy Brown, six years old and ,(.\II\,(" : ::' and on the tables which featured
Miss Shirley Ann Jackson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Margie Brown. three yean old. :"\ ; :: 't hydrangeas and gladioli.
Raymond Jackson of this city, and William Harvey Yeager, daughters of Mr. and Mrs Lee F Bridal place cards marked the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Yeager of Valdosta Ga., were ;i// Brown were honored with a joint I seating places.
birthday party on June 30 at their I' Each of the hostesses presented *
united in marriage on June 26 at 8:00 p.m. in the Clay- \ home on Welter Avenue. .gf.. : 'f"'f"'i" the honoree with a gift.
,
I land Church with the Rev Cecil Poitivent officiating I'L'L
Baptist The refreshment table was covered .' I Present with the honoree and
ai the aouoie-ring candlelight with a "Happy Birthday" .. ,;I hostesses were Mrs. Braxton Dennis
ceremony was Bill Cunningham ushers were cloth and centered with the white mother of the brideelect.Mrs. .
Mn. Carol Newberry. pianist, Billy Jackson brother ofhe : embossed birthday cake which E. E Williams\ 8r mother of
accompanied Mr*. Brady Brlnkley bride. John Hethlngton. Leslie Ol held three candle on one side and the groom-elect, Mrs. Monroe
soloist who sang "Becauae": son. Charles Pendlcton, and Ronald ,1, Jb 1y six on the other. Williams, 1lt r.ln.la. of the
"Whither Thou Quest", and Hollum. Andy Jackson, brother f f Games were I led by Mary Lee groom-elect Mrs. J L. McMullen.
"Wedding Prayer". of the bride,was Junior usher and Susan Brown sisters of the Miss Carolyn Huffman. Mrs. T. J
Forming the background for The bride was given In marriageby honoree. and Diane Abercromble. In a quiet but impressive ceremony Kennon Mrs. John Adlcks. Mrs.
the nuptial vows was a 16-branch her father. For her wedding Clark Haaen received the prise and In the presence of the W, Z. McLeod. Mrs. J. D. Martin.
candelabra in the center with an she wore a floor length gown with for' the older group and Teresa Immediate family, Miss Vicki Lynn Mra. J, W Harvard Miss' SlnkaKorf
eight branch tree top candelabra a fitted Chantilly lace bodice featuring Cannon for the younger. Nobles, daughter of Mr; and Mrs and Miss Gayle Wynne.
on either aide, two seven branch a Sabrina neckline and Cup cakes, kool aid and Ire Warren Nobles, was united In e
candelabra completed the candelabra calla lily sleeves. The deml bell cream was served during the afternoon marriage with James Ronnie
acttlng. The floor basketi skirt of Ivory silk was accented and favors of bubble gum Strickland son of Mr. and Mrs Vote Vita ClaM
of whlta gladioli and white mum with an apron overlay, the chapel balloons and candy given each 8. J, Strickland also of this city, Honor l\1f4. Johnnou
on Saturday morning, July third
interspersed with Jade greenery train was caught at the back witha guest.
The Invited Burt and Mike at eleven o'clock with the Rev The Vota Vita Class of the First
further enhanced the setting. bow. Her veil of silk illusion was were
Ewelt: Johnson of the Weitwood Baptist" Church met Tuesday evening
couple received the benediction on finger Up and attached to a crown McCrtmon. Clark and Drbbte IUsen. -
a prayer bench of peau de sole. of rosebuds and seed pearls. She Teresa and Dennis Cannon. Baptist Church, officiating at the In the home of Mrs. Jacob
Mlas Mary Jeanne Steen maidof carried a white orchid: encircled Angela and Frank Futch XII. double-ring ceremony. Johnson.
The background for the nuptial Mrs Johnson was given a surprise -
lovebird Duncan. Linda and Brenda
honor wore a green with lilies of the valley from which Cindy
Donald i Charlotte vows were two seven branch candelabra party by the class In honorof
gown" with a lace bodice featuring fell white satin streamers. Kay Capell. an
floor I' Burch. Ben and Celeste Stalner, holding lighted cathedral her 102nd birthday.
a scooped neckline. .the Mrs. Jackson wore a coral rose !
and tapers placed In front of the white Games were enjoyed during the
length bell-shaped skirt of slipper lace sheath dress and a lace Jacket Ken Allen Sarah Sharon
satin was graced with a and matching accessories. She Tommy Wiggins. Emma Sue Edwards satin draperies with a large floor evening and gifts presented to
matching cummerbund. She worea wore a white orchid. John Cheek. Billy and gasket of while gladioli graced Mrs. Johnson. .
brow tipped veil attached to Mrs. Yeager wore a pale blue Nancy Smith Gary Sapp. David with greenery centering! these on
Carmlchael. Jason Dunn Jay either aide of the candelabras were Each cotton fiber Is a single celt
fabricated roses and eaves Miss silk linen with an Empire ..al.IIN' .\.
Johnnon. Beth Oren KathyMoore. jade tree. protruding from the epidermal
Steen carried a single American matching accessories and a
Beauty long stemmed red rose pink carnation corsage. Platt and Mrs. Otto Dlckman I Mra. Smith Honors Mimi Koon Tommy Skin Mlsa Nobles was attended by layer of the seed.
and Haw- Miss Elaine Stanford! her maid
Linda. Cindy Todd as
flee
Following" the wedding Mr and served punch. Floor hostesses were
bud.Mrs.. Albert Smith, sister of Mrs. Jackson entertained with ai Mrs. Houston Cundiff. Mn. Mar. I Hriibl Attendants kips James Taylor, Joan Tyre, of honor Miss Stanford wore a
the bride and matron of honor. reception In the Clayland Cafe1torium. vln Home. Mrs. Larry Taylor and Mrs. Albert Smith sister of Mlu Luke ROUM Lynn and Jimmy blue suit and white accessories.Danny If you ..r. born In
Identical to that of : Hatch, and Shirley Anita Drown; B. McCrtmon served ore
wore a gown Mrs. Karen t opln.Betty Shirley Jackson brld,-tlrcl, entertained
the maid of honor and she also Mrs. Ruth Taylor greeted the Crone Owens cousin of with a buffet supper sinter of the honoree. best man for the groom.Mlsa July of an odd.
carried a single American Beauty guests at the door. Mn. Wallace the groom kept the bride's book. honoring Miss Jackson and her Nobles wore a two piece numbered year, renew
long stemmed rose bud. Boatrlght and Mrs. Houston Roberta The bride graduated from SU. attendants Thursday evening, JarknonYragcrKehrarxnl cranberry suit with a dainty white
Serving the groom as beat man cut the cake. Mn. Waldon wannee High School and from June 34. In the home of Mrs Otto blouat accented with cranberry your drirvra' IU.ns.
Party edging and a white orchid corsage.
Dlckman. Dr and Mrs Wayne Teaser entertained Following a wedding trip to this month.
The buffet table was centered
with a rehearsal partyIn Tampa. couple will be at home
FIRST FEDERAL PAYS A with a floral design of Shasta the Blue Room of the Buwsn- 1.21 Suwanne Avenue Mr. Brown
and gladioli. Reece
daisies nee Hotel Friday evening, June IS Strickland U engaged with his
Mill Jackson presented gifts following the Jackson-Yeager father In UM pole business
DIVIDEND to her attendants.Present ea COUNTY JUDGE
wedding rehearsal
411 ot with the hosUss. MraDlrkman. On the punch table was a three Krnew( Year SabwrlptlMt/ New)
and the honorees were
CURRENT and Mrs branch candelabra of silver entwined _________u u_. ._u __uu_____
JO PER ANNUMIf Mra. Raymond Jackson with Ivy, ..1I"rra,. of
Wayne Yeager
cc petit fours and party sandwiches For The Beat In
with compotes of null and mints'
your saving are now with institutions in other areas come by our Children would probably be were placed on the table.
office and see how you can arrange to have them transferred. And much better If they dtdnt have Presiding over the crystal punchbowl ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
remember all savings accounts opened or additional I funds added to UM eiample of adults to follow were Mesa Joan Holmes and
existing accounts by the 20th earn dividends from the first Mlas Nancy McKelthen. STANDARD ROOFING
North Florida Junior ColWie. On the antique buffet was an
The groom graduated front Hl,. arrangement of gladioli, trays of and
THERE IS AMPLE TIME TO TRANSFER snide UlllUry Academy, Oalne party foods were also placed on SHEET METAL CO.
I. I Title. Oa, from North Florida the buffet.Attending. ,
111 Jo 51._ Ph. 344.2644
,YOUR SAVINGS WITHOUT LOSS Junior Ctollece. and will attend wart members of the Ashley
FRO BONDED
VaMosU HUM OalVt this falL wedding party. Immedate familyof
I The couple will reside ., HIT the couple and out of town ESTIMATES' VALDOSTA'SOnly DESTROOuRs j
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!! FOUR SUWANNEE .DEMOCRAT, .LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY-8,1fIwIly ;

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Here And There Mrs. A. B. Hanson of Sanfotd. Antlon.Tex.for nine weeks where
Cov.. Haydon Burns Coffee Given For Mrs. Emmett Holland returnedto and Mr. and Mrs. Dave McNeill U. McNeUl.. enrolled In a pilot
Miss Elaine DennisMrs. of this City. training school While attending
IDllrI In Hawklnsville, Da I'
Florida Service Medal Presented T. J. Kennon and .)'1rs. Tuesday her home after spending several* The couple Air were Force stationed Base San'atRandolph to the a school first lieutenant.McNeill.. promoted

Donald Burch honored Miss El- days with her son-in-law and

aine Dennis with a coffee Friday' daughter, Mr. and -Mrs. Frank -

Brig. Gen. Louie C. WadsworthAward morning, July second, at the home Futch Jr., and grandchlldrep, Angela -

pf Mrs Kennon. and Frank Futch m.
of the Florida Service Medal to the Demo- Centering the serving table,, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Montgomery

crat's publisher, Brig. Gen. Louie C. Wadsworth, .was which was overlaid with a pink Jr., left Saturday morning for

authorized by General Orders No. 61, dated 28 June linen cloth, was an arrangementof Las Vegas, Nev.. and other pointsof
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1965. Presentation of the award was made by Governor Tiffany and Roundelay roses Interest In the western part of C 2 J
with Malden Hair fern in
accented
Haydon Burns at parade ceremonies of the Florida Army a cut glass container. The silver the United States.. .

National Guard Saturday at Fort coffee service and trays of party more truck for your buck !
Stewart, Oa. Hit assignments In the post-war Include food completed the table. Lt. Dave McNeill Jr.
Guard
The citation follows: Florida National scheme of pink and
The color
Commanding Officer 1st Battalion Is Visitor Here
HEADQUARTERS 124th Infantry Regiment; red was continued in the living Lt. and Mrs. Dave R. McNeill Jr. TOWN AND COUNTRY

MILITARY DEPARTMENTState Executive Officer, 124th Infantry room and entrance foyer with ros- have returned to Valdosta Oa., MOTORS INC.
in smaller symmetrical ,
fern
es and
Officer IfflOW DID DIZZY several withMrs..MCNeiu's
of Florida Regiment; Executive after spending days
Office of The Adjutant General Combat Command A; Executive deslfns parents, Mr. and U.S. 129 North Live Oak, Fla.
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Arsenal.
State -
mantle.
side of the living room
GENERAL ORDERS Armored Division; Chief of Staff, NICKNAME? Assisting Mrs. W. H. Williams,
48th Armored Division; and Commanding -
NO. 61 By BOB SUDTK who served were Mrs. J. B. Hunter -
Com
Officer, Combat
28 June 1965 JAY HANNA DEAN acquiredthe of Qultman, Ga., Mrs. G. B
AWARD OF THE mand A. He was appointed Assistant when he Mrs 4ltIi
48th nickname DIZZY Ross, Mrs. Henry Dover, JPp
,
Commander
FLORIDA SERVICE MEDAL Division was pitching In a spring exhlbl- Parks Johnson, and Mrs. P. C.
1. Award of the Florida Service Armored Division,29 July 1962 and tlon game in 1931 for Houston Crapps III.Keeping. NITYI
Medal. Under the provisions of Deputy Commander, 55th Com of the Texas League. Dean the guest book was
Section IV, mGR 1-2, the follow- mand Headquarters. 1 May 1963, fanned so many White Sox hit. Miss Elizabeth Gay with Mrs

ing named officer of the Florida 4. General Wadsworth'i devo UM that a Chicago coach Kennon, Mrs. Burch. Miss Elaine I. MISCELLANEOUS For .Salft-Real EstaUMBS. _
National Guard Is awarded the tion to duty is exemplary of the yelled to his players, "That kid Dennis, and Mrs. Braxton Dennis I
highest traditions of the military makes you look dizzy." Th. BLACK'S HOUSE
Florida Service Medal for com receiving the guests.Approximately LITTLE ADS on 11th
pletion of thirty (30) years service. service. Hall of Famer went on to. a 35 guests called I FARMERS Ave. Priced right.

Brigadier General BY COMMAND OF dizzy 130-83!( career record.DM. Sjrodlwte during the appointed hours of the BIG RESULTS ., MONEY for your farm operations Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
Louie C. Wadsworth 0-260016 THE GOVERNOR: br Lea FMturae morning. at reasonable cost. Terms RIVER
2. General Wadsworth enlisted HENRY w. MCMILLAN BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE to fit your needs. Loans up to
in
The honoree received a gift REALTY
Florida National Guard in Major General. Line Card Of Thanks I 7 years. Call North Florida Production
in the
silver from the hostesses. Whatever the purpose yea win 407 Dowling St.
Credit Assn. 8. Ohio
1923 and was commissioned a The Adjutant General We would like to express our .
I classifieds d* Farm Bureau
find Democrat Are. Live Oak. TeL 3622588.! BIdg.
2d Lieutenant in 1929. He enteredon sincere thanks and appreciation' the Job, ejalcsly and well e abp-tf Phone 363-1528
active duty with the 124th Infantry to our many friends and neigh Be Ready To Stop WINSTON J. ROGERS Rcalter
Regiment in 1940. Increasingly Far Enough: BehindIn bors, to Dr. Kane, and the staff' Keep your foot off the accelerator Specializing In Farm&Acreage
VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP:
important responsibilities rainy weather, stay far at the Suwannee County Hospital and poised on the brake DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Rees, and tong
and promotion. followed: Captain.I enough behind the car ahead so it for their kindness and help during all Inter- 1:0 TM. Tuesdays Machine machlneleas and cok
pedal as you approach
April 1942; Major,December 1942: won't spray road ,grime on your the illness and death of our loved and wave permanent given. Operator -
sections being prepared
Lieutenant Colonel,July 1943; and windshield and temporarily blind one. By Annie H. Mills Myr FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
able to stop you can avoid most LOW RATE FOR RESULTS, tie Mills, and Mary Drew
to Colonel! January 1948 you. A split second can mean the The Family of accidents. AVAILABLE:

3. General Wadsworth was sep difference between avoiding an Mrs. Clara B.Allen 3V4 cents per word with a Boatright. Manicurist Rub}. For Information call or lee:
arated from active Federal service accident and having one, especially 1.80. Sanford at Annie's each Thur PAUL A. BYRD
of f
in April 1946 as Colonel, Infantry on wet roads (Office; Supplies at McCrlmon'i) Renew Your Subscription Now) I ISemi. minimum(AU classifieds.) mart be paid toadvance. day, Friday, and Saturday.cult: Lte 40. 8.Oak.Ohio Florida AYe


Phone 362-1389

ONE WEEK FREE ANY TYPEMEb10RIAL _. _etf

Annual CLEARANCEWith CUsrifleds ordered fer five : FOR SALE: House and lot

weeks, run the last week free. Q' 110' x 160' on 8. Walker Are

|.... will pay for a X8 word WORK J. O. Cannon at Cannon &

Further Reductions advertisement for five weeks :. Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3 3.mT .
DONE
Us* Sawsnnee Democrat Classifieds call tf
_
fer Proven ReaalU. Granite, Marble. Bronze

LADIES FASHION SHOES Phone 362-3333 HORNE REALTY CORP.

HELP WANTEDCURB LIVE OAKMONUMENT BRANCH OFFICE
.. II"

HELP WANTED NOW CO. GEORGE'B. DEES

Joyce Ages 18 to 40. Apply In personA Homer Sanford Rep. t Aaveelate
A W Drive In. call tf Phone
$9.90 362-1688
Red Cross } $12.99 to $15.99 Values

WANTED. Waitresses. Apply at PHOTO COLORING IN OIL 120 ACRES
Sylvia ChristieCalif. call U Almost Y mile on Suwannee River
1 w Dixie Grin. Charles A. Taylor, Rt. 4. Dos Some
186. Live Oak Fla. Phone 362- Marketable Timber
I lady to work In Good Location
WANTED 2293.
U
Cobblers ,; kitchen and 1 curb girL If Interested caJJ $20.000.21% Down

apply In person. Park- -
Huntleigh } $ 9.99 to $11.99 Values $7.90 er's Drive In. Jasper Highway SEWING MACIIINI CENTER I Bedroom Home on Edge of Town

Villagers cal tf DONT FUSS CALL US Nice SUe Lot Carport
SINGERand .'.100 Dome Terms
HELP WANTFDAge
FEMALE
31 ,to 54; good health: 8 hour all other makes rebuilt bmrHew Possibly Trade For Equity *
: day. 8. day week: Mln.education and Used Machine
Summer Casuals vacation sick leave,, Needles Oil Parts
} $ 6.99 to $ 9.99 Values $5.00 and 10th retirement grade; benefits. Writ 724 Brown St.. Live Oak. Fla FOR SALE bedroom haw
& FlatsItalian j' Bun- approximately 4 years old air
or see Personnel Manager, Phona 362-2744 conditioned on large comer
Center, P. O. Box
land 11M Training Gainesville, Florida. Mrs. C. C. Travis; Manager lot Call 382-3079. cell >-'

o fib.-. cbeJ 11ATTENTION rOR BALK OR RENT: 3-bedroom

home nice neighborhood/ cable
Casuals } $ 3.99 & $4.99 Values $3.00 WANTED Reliable couple or TV. wired for air conditioner,
woman to live In apartment free carport and utility room. See
and receive salary for companion HOME BITTERS J. B. Wlbon. U7 Blackburn Are.
to elderly lady 83S 8th St. Phone JI2.ItI2. c allUTRAILER

Phone 383-1949 or 382-1074. A Complete Building Service -
call U OWNERS:
ALL SIZES WELL REPRESENTED Personal Assistance In Planning LOTS FOR SALE
.f WANTED-White woman to live CorMtrucUon and Financing GOOD TERMS. Priced titS

INCLUDED ARE WHITE, BONE, ...* In home and car for Invalid OUTBIDS crrr (but tin)
ewe wr ........:: ....._ lady. Call R. O. Fitch. 935-2950,, BOB WOLFEGENERAL PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor close

PATENTS AND SHOCK COLORS. SHOE DEPT. I pdjj 7-11 CONTRACTOR tot a Ohio Ate.

WANTED A man to contract M. S. Bc "1-0 fX UI-S2U LIft Oak. Florida"
to load broilers for Cotton Pro- LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Phone 383-13N
ducers Association. Contact ebjf.7.19S etf

Robert Smith Fanners Mutual

Exchange phone FOR SALE 70 acre farm. 3
I Come in now-durlng our special' clear-tf> 3832544caJJ tf FOR RENT bedroom house, highway frontage

, S EVE N L ETT E R decks sal* of magnificent '85 Mercury, student to on UB. 129. 18 mflea southof

winner o( this yew's top Industry award for WANTED Graduate secret FOR RENT 4-bdroom house, LJvt Oak. Can Saturday
learn the
I excellence I Everybody likes to save cash of earn the while society you of make-up artuts. 3 baths back of Puce M etc I' mornings 38X2064. ej cJJ-8-8

.and get extra value-and there never was 1E Mullet tion. 8. Ohio Ave. Call 3 3203or '
Call Mrs. Morgan FOR BALE: New two bedroom
WORD FOR better time thin right now) You can pick 382-1080. Pdjj 7-11 M3-1S37 after 1.30: pjn. home. 1500 down. Wt month
Q C U Q Y caJJ U
your new Mercury from I wide selection i H. U Kent phone 383-3533 or
I and pocket the laving Immediately. If WANT WHITE HOUSEKEEPER: : FOR RENT Cabins and aPArt- 363-2883. eaJJ U

SAVINGS I ,! ,! !' you've make the been boat puttied buy, here's about the when solution to I house(prefer for country suburb man and reared nice wife.furnished to Jacksonville keep lights ments.and Budget water prices&t Include Mrs. 'I s__FOR SALE

Mike It now and mK It 8 Mercuryl I outside apartment No objection Brown at the Bachelor Cabins
on Wtnderwwdle St. between FOR SALE: Used Tin and
under 13
to 1 or 3 children
Tubes Bargains for can.
unencumbered. Call Nehl Bottling Co. and the Gulf
Must be trucks tractors. All sirs avail
Gas Station, pbah 89HOUSE
735-3434.
collect J. P. Young
\ able. Some like new Hundredto '
can>> 8
Jacksonville FOR RENT Complete pick from. Barber's Service

ly furnished newly decorated. Station. O'Brien. 9U-333J. Ala
2 bedrooms. Howard Morgan. available through your' neighborhood

(Office R.slb. at McCrt.een'a) US 90 West Phone 3-30U. amice' station from
caJJU' Barber's Tire Service! wholesale
: division cad tf
FOR RENT Bpaees fee morale _

FOR LEASE homes. Plenty of room. Nice nOR BALE New and pod
and clean. Good wen water. plan**. Prier Musi Co. North
Last for fishing and swimming Ohio Ate, LIft Oak. 383-31U
m FOR LEASE- 8 month or more
Traitor U9
Itri! Morganl Part 10West caJlU
163. 730 E: Duval. 3 bedroom live Oak. Florida. Phone _

, house; electric kitchen carpets In-2011. pcfdj 19-11 fOR BALK Poulan and Pioneer
Urge yard. Write M. NeftlJa.BoKesu.Jacbonnu.orUfa.. chain saws, parts and service
FOR RENT: 3-brdroom houseon Logging mppUea. books, claotp
41(3. Pdjj *..10C. 8. Suwannea A... Can PaulA. bows. bars, and chains. Repair

Dyed U3.11M er 32.138T for most sman gasoline englaeeTyre's

caJJUA Saw Engine Service

(Reese T.... 8.Uir1...Uei New) race pope ta town for rent and formerty Bectrta: Service Co.
904 stn 8*. Tour sman engine
a boos wttto small acme. for
headquarter cadj U
sale. CaD 343-2934 or N331iS.caJJU. _

FOR SALE All ate of tarpaofflns. -
e LOST &: FOUND feel
.guaranteed not to
y Panama City leach brick duplex
OWl Brown Motors. edJl tf
El FRAY: from farm at Dowtlng accommodate' t. 141 west. 12$

Park a Black Angus male yearling week end. Phone 3C3-1MS. SPECIAL: PRICES: on roM. bolba.dahUas. .
weighing about 300 Iba. If pdJl 4sLECE1rILT yellow tyeorts.' ruffled

found please contact A jr. glads sain and calxttinn
RXMODtXED: ) 2-
Former pie Patio and Inside plant Phone
3833343.PCU818 bedreom booee on pared read 383-31SS. rEM
northeast of Lire Oak. Garden STORE.eejj *.*
THE FORD PLACE 8TRATED! from pasture a fight, apace If Oatrtd. 139 per month.' _

Bay .art with tighter man Write T. A. Dtfcgal. tin 0.lOll ..- CALVES FOR BADEpaty fceef.an .
RATUFF MOTOR COMPANY and taIL If found caD Clifford Road. JacksonvQta. ftI !a.n.u age*. Nance IfcUUan. XJ3ML -

U. S. 129 North LIVE OAK, FLORIDA P..... 362.1112 Oud*. 383-33X7. paJJ 8 u ptfjj 711rAG

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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 8, 1965


I Agencies Studying Solution Lt Stephens Completes

WASHINGTON SAU v's SALLIES I Orientation
CourseFOR

Reporting Crime Now Presenting KNOX. Ky. (AHTNC) -
REPORTB Jl: I Second Lt. Wayne M. Stephens

Major News Media ProblemsShould I son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude M

SPESSARD L. IIOLLAND Stephens Rt. 1, Live Oak, com
United States Senator the press have a free hand in reporting pleted a nine-week armor officer
crime news? Despite nearly 200 yean of apparent success orientation course at the Army

Four Additional Federal Judgeships bill so as to raise the limit on tax- the relative freedom allowed in American pretrialnews Armor Center. Fort Knox Ky,
June 30.During.
r
In Prospect If approvedby free merchandise to $100 from the coverage has come under heightening criticism
the House, a bill which cleared $50 recommended by the Admin ( since the assassination of President John F.: Kennedy.Is Stephens received the course Instruction Lieutenant In

the Senate Wednesday will create istration. the attack Justified? Is the I the duties and responsibilities ofan
four additional federal Judgeships Collins Confirmed On Wed-
1 more restrictive British system The news media, while assuring armor offcer and was trainedIn
to supplement the eight which nesday of this week the Senate
of pretrial reporting preferable? the judges and attorneys of artillery, Infantry and engineer
now serve the three districts In confirmed the nomination of More particularly, are Innocent a willingness to discuss the la- operations, armor logistics, automotive -
Florida. The bill S. 1666, empowers former Florida Governor LeRoy persons being sent to jail because sue, complain that it has been maintenance and map and
the President to appoint one Collins to serve as Under Secretary jurors have been Infected with "blown out of proportion." They aerial photo reading.
In the Northern of Commerce, which is the
additional Judge
prejudice through press reports? point out that reporting is more The lieutenant 1s a 1M3 graduate -
District of the state one In the ranking position beneath the See-
Or does an accused person obtaina professional and responsible than of Suwannee High School In
Middle District, and two In the retary. Earlier In the week I appeared -
fair trial despite occasional excesses -
In any previous period In American Live Oak and attended the University -
Southern District. The bill also before the Senate Com-
of reporting detail? News-
history One group, the of Florida In Gainesville.
confirms the present roving judgeas merce Committee to support the
These Issues make up a current paper Public Information Com- He Is a member of Alpha Delta
I
Judgeship for the nomination in behalf of Senator
a permanent debate holding the attention of i mittee, has developed statistics Sigma fraternity.
Middle District. I am hopeful thatIt Smathers and myself. I am confi-
I .
news men lawyers and judges all, showing that of an estimated
will receive House approval, for I dent that Governor Collins will '
across the nation. From it may 40,000 U. S. jury trials Involving
this Increase would do much to fill the position In excellent i
come a new understanding of the major crimes during 1983 and Floating Organza
relieve the crowded dockets in our fashion.
state. Attention Again Directed To relative roles of the press and the: 1984. only. three conviction were Look for floating summer or-
Legislative Tempo Quickens Labor Department's Muddling In courts In the American JUdlcl.ll actually reversed on the grounds ganzas and chiffons soft as warm
With much of the essential com- Foreign Farm Labor Field I process. Or the nation that prejudicial pretrial publicitydeprived breezes with full skirts, in navy.,
the verge of a crime news blackout the defendant of his brown glided olive green, mauve
mittee work completed on pending Joined with Senators Murphy
1 without in U. S. fair trial Newsmen
precedent right to a for softness.lie. .
legislation the tempo in the Senate (Calif.), Randolph (W. Va.), Ku-
history, have asked the legal profession to
has quickened. In addition to chel (Calif.), and Allott (Colo.. -
the aforementioned bills, the Senate this week in again directing Senate I e x.r"_ ....w U*. I Ml. WxM il'"ii mimi, 4 At ,the moment independent cite any caws In which Innocent too. has a stake in crime

In the past week has approved attention to the critical harvesting "One good thing I can say about her She's to dumb now studies/ of the so-called "free press II persons have been Imprisoned due news coverage."It "
legislation to (1) provide regu- situation existing In a she can't get any dumber" versus fair trial"1 issue are being to prejudicial pretrial news cov- U this day to day crime:
lation and control of manufacturers number of states because of the conducted by such prestigious or. erage. reporting that keeps law enforce
of depressant and stimulant Labor Department's stubborn and gantzatlons as the American Bar NPIC notes that only about seven ment officials honest and on their
drugs; (2) establish the types impractical attitude with respectto Association the Brooklngs Insti percent of all arrests result Injury toes. A continual flow of news
and amounts of metal to be used permitting the use of foreign the states under Public Law 78. Crapps ParticipatesIn tution, the American Newspaper trials. Of these cases most Informs the public of threats to
In production of coins; (3) extend agricultural workers to supple- Our authority has been the provisions Publishers Association, the National have been reported routinely In life and property. and reassures
the Juvenile Delinquency and ment the Insufficient pool of of Public Law 414, which Summer Cruises Conference of State Trial Judges the press and no question of prejudice the citizen when a particular
Youth Control Offense Act; (4) qualified domestic labor. A prin- is still on the books. In setting USS ALFRED A., CUNNING- and the American Society of to prospective jurors arises. threat ends through arrest*
continue the duty exemption on cipal point of my remarks In this the record straight I documented HAM (DD-7S2) (FHTNC) June' Newspaper Editors. Parallel studies In some cases, pretrial report ac.tually Several jurist and law enforce.
Incoming scrap metal; (9) reestablish most recent of several Floor this with a number of exhibits 23 Midshipman Third Class are under way on a joint bring forth witnesses or ment officials have been quotedIn
the tariff exemptions for speeches on the subject was to and excerpts from committee Clark P. Crapps. son of Mr. and press-bench-bar basis within at Information which aid In solvingthe recent months as ..,Inebe
citizens returning from foreign refute the frequently expressedbut hearings and Senate debates dat- Mrs. P. C, Crapps Jr. of Live least a dozen states. crime. public needs more, not less Information
travel to grant a duty-free allow- misinformed opinion that the ing back to the beginning of the Oak, U currently on his summer Nor is it all talk. Attorney General Not Infrequently press publicity about crime lawlessnessis
ance on merchandise having a Intent of Congress, In permitting bracero bill and continuing to the cruise aboard the destroyer USS Nicholas KaUenbach In April helps the accused the press ar- to be controlled.
wholesale value of $100. We also Public Law 78 (the so-called last Congressional action in 1963, Alfred A. Cunningham, operatingIn ordered U. S. Justice Department gues. An Inmate of Southern
passed three health bills and the bracero bill) to expire last De- in all of which it was made clear the Pacific Ocean. personnel to limit pretrial disclosures Michigan Prison learning of the
District of Columbia appropriations cember, was to prohibit the future that; the bracero legislation wouldIn During the six-week cruise, he to the basic facts of a proposed clampdown on crime USE
bill, thus clearing It for''use of foreign agricultural work- no way pre-empt or Interfere will participate In all phases of case, withholding, In partcular, new., wrote recently the prison
Presidential action. I supported all ers. Nothing could be further from I with the provisions of Public Law shipboard life. In addition to confesaons and other incriminating newspaper that press coverage
of the bills passed, and In the case the truth. As a matter of fact, 414. I also Introduced proof this standing "underway watches", he statements of persons arrested. actually protects accussed: persona. FUCO
of the travelers' tariff exemption I Florida and the whole Eastern week of the heavy and needless will receive training in navigation The Philadelphia Bar Association "As distasteful as the adverse
measure I stood with those who part of the nation have never financial losses sustained by FlorIda communications, seamanship issued stringent guidelines for publicity is. It might be bettor to Brand
were successful in amending the brought off-shore workers into growers this year, and read gunnery, engineering and pretrial publicity. by Its members, 'spot-lighted momentarily thanto
into the record strong evidence other basic naval subjects. then; pulled the rules back'for be abused In darkness" The
rebutting the Labor Department'sposition Summer cruises are scheduledeach further study. The New Jersey Supreme writer was alluding to third degree InsecticideFOR
that Florida growers have year to provide U. S. Naval Court has advised law enforcement tactics which might be stud
A Thought For Today suffered no losses from labor Academy and Naval Reserve Officers officers and prosecutors by the police if defendants had
shortages. We Intend to hammer Training Corps Midshipmen in that state to limit releaseof no aecst to the public through
By BRODY C. HARRIS away at this problem until a fair with personal experience andpractical information to the press In advance the p.....*. BEST RESULTS
solution is obtained. knowledge of naval of criminal trials. NPIC
operations emphasises that the pub-
.
"Arise and be not afraid"The
Agricultural Legislation HearIngs In various types of ships Much of the new Interest In
words of wisdom that come down to us from the past oftenI" Completed The Senate press coverage of crime news
W bring our mind to bear on our own lives and problems Agriculture and Forestry Com stems from publicity surround
They help us equip ourselves for what we of which I member, JULY PAINT SPECIALFLAT
\ need to recognize as part of life. There is Joy in mittee, am a Costume Suit ReturnLook ng Lee Haney Oswald prior to
s'f"t'. facing the future and preparing our minds for: has completed extensive hearings for return of the costume ill death and Jack Ruby whose
; I life's inevitable changes if we only I remember to on the Food and Agriculture Act suit for fall, always with Its own shooting of Oswald before tele- SEMI GLOSS LATEX
'. be not afraid. Even adversity Is a good teacher, of 1965 and all other pending blouse, three perfectly coordinated Son. News media represent-
,, a for It is through the successful meeting of problems farm legislation, and will make Its pieces with nothing sportswearabout vision cameras stunned the na-
S ,I' I that we learn how to solve future ones. Re- report soon. The AppropriationsSubcommittee them tlves, however, insist a presidential $2.91 Gallon
:. wards that lead us to a better understanding if fsponsiblllty for Agriculture,, of U
assassination comparableto
I and trouble can be made to bring re- COLORS ONLY
'" which I am Chairman, has atao .
,'''"' ourselves and the world around UI.11M no other news event and must
So let us all recognize that "Into each life some completed hearings and the markup Cook's MathKitchen be reported fully and promptly,
I rain must fill" and let us not hesitate to meet of the agriculture money bill arithmetic: onequarter In the Interests of national secur Langford Builders Supply
that rain, face to face, knowing full well we willnot and reported It to the full Com- pound of butter or margarine ity. Newsmen challenge the UM of
be afraid of It. and that ultimately It will be to our advantage mittee. Another Appropriations Helmut St. S.K. rises W-tm
to have (ont stick) makes eight table- this cue as a basis for study of
gotten drenched by the aorows of life for with courage subcommittee upon which I serve
the sun '* bound to shine on us again. Call: SUWANNEE FUNERAL spoons. pretrial coverage problems.
the Inde-
marked this week
HOME, 625 South Ohio Avenue, 362.1234. up
pendent Offices appropriation bill
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE which Includes, among many oth-
For' Suwannee County Residents ers, the space appropriations and
funds for the Veterans Adminis
BRODY C. HARRIS tratlon.

Licensed Funeral Director Senate Fourth Is Of In recess July Recess In observanceof The Help! those devilish Dodge

the July Fourth Holiday, and
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME Mary and I are spending the brief

vacation at Capon Springs, West !
62S S. Ohio Avenue Virginia When business resumes Boys stamp guf high prices

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News From Branford Murphrcc Speaker E Colored

.1' I At Branford Area HII 2 M LLION TO

110 MILLION TONS-1963 FORECAST News

By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Men's Club MeetThe


I Mrs. Parker Ho Branford Area Men's Club E -
Branford Personals +t 11.7 MILLION TONS 1964
met July 5 with Francis Ward lord Participating. In
To Methodic WSCSThe newly elected president presidingThis

t Mrs. R. Q. Griffith and daugh I. P. Philpot Jr .and other rela- Branford WSCS of the waj the first meeting for the I Tank Gunnery Training
Methodist Church met in the fiscal EAST
year.
H ter. Kathy were business visitors Uves. ORAFENWOHR, GERMANY
t. home of Mrs. A. M. Parker June Dr. Clyde E. Murphree. a sla-
in Gainesville Saturday afternoon Mrs. Gary Avery spent the weekend AHTNC> Army Stt CharleyJ
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Philpot visiting her husband In FortStewart. 30.The tant agricultural economist with, I Ford son of Mrs Alice Ford
meeting was opened with the agricultural extension servicespoke 1 TONS-1961
Mr. Avery Is there attending 03MILLLION 335 SW Louis Blvd. Live Is
1 H and son have returned to their prayer by Mrs. Wilson Suggs. After to the group on the impactof I Oak.
home In Dover Delaware after a Army camp. short business 103 MILLION TONS-1963 FORECAST now participating In tank gunnery
a meeting aprogram outdoor recreation on the econ.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith of
- week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. I, training at OrafenwohrGermany
Tampa visited friends and rela was presented by Mrs. omy of Suwannee CountyHe I .
\ O. Z. Jones and Mrs. Graham stated that the 'success of ,
in Branford Monday
lives The training which began July
- Mr*. Charles FrameI W. D. Fletcher Is a patient In Owen on "Hearing God Speak rural communities in North nor I. I 1. consist of Individual firing andIs
19.6 MILLION TONS-1961
:Through The Bible"Mrs Ida in attracting new industry Is I
the Suwannee County HospitalIn
the of the
most Important event
I Shower honoree Live Oak. i Parker served refreshments not favorable. And because of the 19 MINION TONS-1963 FORECAST year for the tank crews. Each
Mrs. Charles Frame the former Mr. and Mrs Leon Sims of I during the social hour. There factors cf age, sex and education I crew will undergo a tank crew
Vickie Sandlin of Branford Gainesville spent the week end were eight members present. Involved among rural residents +i
I I qualification course at the end of
was honored with a bridal shower visiting Mrs. L. A. Sims and other outdoor recreation ai an IndustryIn 11. I the month.
- Saturday night In the First relatives. Bridge Club Met( I our area could have only limit ] MILLION TONS-1961 Sergeant Ford a member of
Baptist Church annex. Mr. and Mrs. Brantley Sims of ed success. 16 MILLION TONS-1965 FORECAST Headquarters Company 3d Battallon. -
\ Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Kelly Lakeland are spending several I with Mrs. Pitt man "Since riverfront property not I 37th Armor 4th Armored
r Mrs. Mervin Durden. Mrs. Tom days. visiting Mr. Sims' mother. The Wednesday Afternoon suitable for agriculture or fores Division regularly stationed near
Orecnhaugh. Mrs. Jack Doractt Mr. L. A. Sims and other rela Bridge Club met this week at the try the development for outdoor Crallshelm. entered the Army In
Mrs. J. W. Barrs. and*Mrs. Robert Uves. home of Mrs J. W. Plttmsn near recreation has possibilities, Sev 7.t MIIIIONS 1964.lJ + February 183. II, completed basic
4 Fletcher. R. M. Chandler returned to his Branford. Playing bridge with enty-five per cent of rlvt'rtrontpropertJ training at Fort Gordon Oa. and
r The room was decorated In home last week from the University Mrs. Plttmsn were Mrs W. R. In Suwannee County Is 33 MILLION TONS-1963 FORECAST arrived overseas In August Ion
shades of pink. rose and red. Thee of Florida Medical Center Hill. Mrs. T. 8. Lowry. Mr T D. owned by non-residents which The 20-year-old soldier ls a
refreshment table was covered where he has been a patient for Minter Mrs. Lois Slsson. Mrs. means that Increase In value or 1983: graduate of Douglast Hlh
- with a pale green cloth and overlaid the past seven weeks. Fred Jones Mrs. D. L. Fulghum resale of property will not directly School
r with white net. An arrangement Lee Hatch son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs W. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. affect the economy of this area" .
O. Griffith In closing Dr. Murphree stated COAl PRODUCTION JUMP PHDICTIQ-Bltumlnous coal pro-
I of pink seasonal flowers was Leon Hatch spent the past week
e placed on the table. The Individual in Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas won the prise for that "public facilities attractiveto duction this year should reach the highest output since Dorothy DrPu-M AIT.'adlt'r"
I cakes were Iced In white and Mrs. R. W. Sherwood and family.Mr high score Mrs. Minter won the non-residents will provide more lees, predicts Stephen F. Dunn president of the National
r decorated with pink rose buds and and Mrs. Charles Thomas fun prise and Mrs. Jones von the Income for the area than,private Coal Association. The chart compares the 1M4 tonnage Institute.
green leaves. and family of Gainesville spent card bingo prise. development". she f....'-'''. INS prediction Dorothy F. DePaM. 344 Rich
- Refreshments of cake punch the week end visiting Mr. and The hostess served her guest ardaon Boulevard Ute Oak whoteaches
1 nuts and mints were served Mrs. W. B. Thomas and family. cake I Ice cream coffee nuts, and Hall-Spear I Wedding Founded In 193B: To Florida In 1911The at Douglass High School.
Live Is enrolled In the
mints. Oak Na-
e Games were played during the Set For JtiJv 10 The first rtate-wlde public relations St. Louts Browns moved
- evening. The honoree received Minis Jones Receives organization In the United tional. Science Foundation Sum
I Mrs. Annie Hall of Branford their spring train In. camp from. mer Institute for High SchoolTeachers
many lovely gifts. School States is the Florida Public Relations
Degree In Religion Sunday announce the engagement and Assolcatlon. founded In 1931 Waco. Tex., to St. Petersburg In of General Science at
Miss, Ester Jones daughter of ClaoteM Met approaching marriage of her 1914 and become the third major I I"Virginia State College Peters'
KILL ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM daughter. Leona Hall of Jacksonville league to move to Florida. burg Va.
Mr and Mrs. O. Z. Jones of Branford The Fidelia and Golden Circle
On avvlleattoa at T t-L atop* to N. also 01J.d.aonvlll. -- ---
Itch and burning In MINUTES received her Muter of Arts Sunday School classes of the First Floyd Spears 1VilkereouServing
,..r tie baeL Im I .. S Faye ... Degree in Religion June 12 at Baptist Church In Branford met .. In Newfoundland
tested akin ........ off .. apse Northwestern University. Evanston Thursday night at the home of The wedding will be an event
I mare gem for the kllL Then HI. Miss Jones majored in Mrs. Fred Jones. Mrs. Charles of Saturday night July ID, at AROENTTA. NEWFOUNDLAND Special Introductory OfferNew
iFHTNO June :31 Navy Lieutenant
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watch HEALTH tain appear sociology. Williams was co-hostess for the 7.SO: pm. In the First Baptist
TODAY at LIVE: OAK DBIO CO.PRfO Branford Church of Branford. A receptionwill William A. Wllkerton.
She graduate of
Mrs.
Is a meeting R. O. Griffith
gave
wi"rtes In Jas.*>. follow In the church annex. of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Wllker-
School class of IM3 .
High the devotional.A
All friends and relatives of the son of Brsnford. Is serving at the Purina 40% Pork Chow Checkers
business
short meeting was U 8. Naval Station in .
couple art Invited to attend both Argentla.Newfoundland.

d heldThose present were Miss Joann the wedding and. reception a The base U. strategically important $14.00 PER TON DISCOUNT i
I Dempsey Mrs. Cregg Moses Mrs. since It 1s near North
Lewis Bell. Mrs. Olen Jury Ila|)ti.t WMU( Met Atlantic shipping\ lanes, and military
Mrs. Allen Price. Mrs. Griffith.Mrs. FROM REGULAR LOW PRICE
With Mr( *. Thompson units of the U. 8 Atlantic
John Humphries. Mrs. WU-
W'.Ire Hams, Mrs. Jones. The W.M U. Circle of the First Fleet and all allied nations can
and
At the close of the meeting the Baptist Church In Branford met be supported. Until July 24th Only
last Monday night at the home Both anti-submarine and radar
truck for your buck hostess served .cake. and punch. of Mrs. Bill Thompson. Mrs. D. B patrol aircraft! of the Atlantic Airborne
Fletcher had charge of the program Early Warning Barrier fly
Life Saver. Aid from the station.
on missionary work Taking HUFFMAN & GILMORE
TOWN AND COUNTRY Life Jackets In a boat are not part were Milt Minnl Duncan
MOTORS INC guaranteed life savers U a boat Mrs. Fred Jones. Mrs Olen Mur- and Mrs. Thompson
overturns, but the chances of survival ray. Mrs. B. O. Griffith. Mrs The hostess served refreshment Your Friendly Checkerboard Dealer
u.s. 129 North UT Oak. FU. are much greater. LewU INCA Milt Fannie' Duncan at the close of the meeting.


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I ._ ? STATEMENT OF CONDITION

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1" At Close of Business June 30 1965

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OFFICERS 't Cash and Due From Bank 1413994.86

United States Securities 1,617,600.23 ;

LOUIS J. DAY, President State County! and Municipal Bond. 456,911.67 $3,488,506.76 ; '

Loans and Discounts 3568499.92 '. I

W. M. JERNIQAN, Executive Vice Pm. Overdrafts 4,653.81 3,573,353.73 'r .

Banking House 11:'> ', 15,339.41

JOHN G. ADICKS, Vice President Furniture and Fixturea' 12101.64 I 27,441.06


J. TOM MOORE, Vice President"- Total $7,089,301.55 >v"j


CHARLES F. GREEN, JR., Cashier ,

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL '\ f

DORIS B. ALLEN Assistant Capital Stock 200000.00 !

Cashier ,
LAURA C. TEAGLJE, Assistant Surplus 200000.00 ':
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Undivided Profit. 158,027.33

,. Reserves 136266.78 694294.11

DIRECTORS '. /4y J

", I ",. I Deposits 6,385,007.44

LOUIS J. DAY '"b''(" ,s. _jJ//..- Dividend Payable July I 1965 10000.00
m.....*. ./ UM Bask

W. //Vt JERNIGAN -, Total $7.089,301.55

Eaoitrr Vic Pr.aiet.nt of UW Beak.
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..LAFFADA1T WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT Sapp In Training

or TIlE Aboard USS America ;

Pastor's CornerBy 'V. Suwannee Livestock MarketA usa AMERICA: (CVA 66)
I Valley (FHTNC) June 24 Aviation
Ordnanceman Airman Travis 0
total of 281 cattle and calves as high $18.50-t2U9; stndards! Sapp, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs
REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM were sold at the Suwannee Valley fl6.SO-tl9.BO; utility 914.00*i B. L. Sapp of 837 Colonial St.
Livestock Market last Wednesday 116.23; and Inferiors 11001400. Live Oak will return to Norfolk
Fatter First Methodist Church J as compared to 273 the week prior. Utility and standard heifers Va., in early July aboard the attack -
ft Trading was moderately active went for $1330-115.00 with Inferior aircraft carrier TOS America
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Ii with the demand good tor light $11.00-114.00. after a two month deployment to
i "0 God, thou art my God; Psalmist says that we can pray weight feeder cattle and calves Utility and standard cows wereIU.28S14.00 the Caribbean.
I early will I seek Thee my soul in bed as well as anywhere else. r and only fair for other classes. : inferior $10.00. Operating out of Ouantanamo
thlnteth for' Thee my flesh Many is the night that I have Bulls were the only steady $1129; a few inferior cow-calf Bay, Cuba. America underwent
longeth for Thee in a dry and prayed myself to sleep. George J product on last Wednesday's mar pairs sold at $13.73. Calves 250- her first operational readiness
thirsty land." Psalm 63:1. Buttrlck has called prayer the ket with slaughter steers absent; 400 lbs good trade sold at $19.50- training and !Inspection since she I
Thus begins one of the many lost word of this generation and heifers steady to weak; cows weakto $22.50; standard $17.JO-$1950; was commissioned in January.
prayers of the Psalmist. As Chris one that must be rediscovered. Is 00 cents lower; and calves weak. utility $14.00-$16.73i: inferior $12.- The deployment also let the carrier
tlans we recognize the need for it not true that most of our pray.. Feeder-stocker steers week to 00-114.25. Calves 100-230 IDS. fire her "Terrier" surface-to-
prayer in our lives. We look at ing today is done in times of dls.. 60 cents lower; heifers weak to $1 showed utility, standard and air missiles for the first time.
Jesus and readily conclude that tress or danger? Sure Ood wants v off; cows about steady; calves good 15002100. mostly $11.00 During her deployment America
His secret of poise and power in a us to pray then but to make steady with some 60 cents lower. up; inferior $12.00-$16.00. visited St. Thomas In the Virgin
ruined world was His continual prayer really effective in a per Near three-fourths cleared to A total of 549 hogs were sold at Islands.
practice of prayer. His disciples son's life and for it to make a. difference I feeder-stocker account while fully the market Wednesday with mixed .
acknowledged this fact and secret in dally living it must I Ie 40 per cent of the total were grade 180-210 lb. barrows and Cancer Service Unit
by feeling the necessity for it In become a regular habit. Jesus calves with no slaughter steers gilts bringing 2222. 210-240 lb.
their own lives and making this made it a. habit, and yet not a sold.Standard selling at 22.30; 240-270 lb. 21. To Hold Work Day

one request of Jesus, "Lord teach habit that was mere routine, It ICIet,-e......... ..... .",........ 5...+..... heifers sold for $18.80- 60; 180-180 lb. $21.23; 140-160 lb. The American Cancer Society 1\\
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us to pray". They realized that was a habit that had meaning. We $31.00; utility 114.00-117.00; cutters $20.63; 120.140 lb. $1150: 100- Service unit will hold a work day
the strength of the Master came read in Mark 1:35: "And in the ( hope you don't mind. I'm all out of novocaln. $11.00-113.00. 120 lb. $17.60; and 80.100 lb. Thursday at the home of Mrs.
from the vital touch He had with morning a great while before day, Cutter and utility cows brought bringing $17.00. Morgan Miller, service chairman
the Father in prayer. When they lie rose up and went out, and departed $11.75-$14J> ; canners $9.23- Most sows 180-600 lbs. 17.70; at sot W Howard St.
saw Him face angry men unafraid into a. desert place, and Pine LevelMiss $1200; and shells $ ..00$8.00.Cutter one boar $8.00. Good medium Those wishing to work all day I
and with calm courage, they soon there He prayer." (AB.V.) This, and utility bulls were feeder pigs 30-123 lb!. took top are asked to bring a sandwich for
came to know that this strength for Him, was a basic habit. $13.73-$18.73. mostly $15.80 up; money at $21JO-$23.73. lunch.
and power came from above. There are three things that we Vivian Johnson visited Misses Joan Anders and Vivian canners $1000-$14.00.
When they heard Him respond to ought to do in our prayer life Joan Anders Tuesday evening Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs. Clint Good calves sold for $20.00-
the cruel, torturing deeds of men (I) Seek a regular convenienttime Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark visited Flowers and family Tuesday even- $ UO; standard $17.00-$20:
by saying "Father, forgive them: to pray.This may not be easy Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Ing.Mr. with a few low quality bringing Those devilish Dodge Boys are dealing again!
for they know not what they do"' in times like these. For some this Monday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen $12.00-$14.7S.
they concluded that only one who convenient time may be early in Lizzie Clark and Mrs. Winnie and daughter, Clara, of Uve Oak Good feeder-stocker steers went '
lived close to God in prayer could the morning. For others it may be Hayes visited Mr. and Mrs. Al were supper guest of Mr. and 65 DODGE POLARA
ask such forgiveness.We late at night. But we find Jesus Cadow Thursday afternoon. Mrs Drew Holmes Saturday night. Forestry Training
recognize in prayer a vital praying early in the morning, and Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Strickler
force, one essential to Christian late at night. I firmly believe that spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and daughters, Dartene. Rosalene
living. Nevertheless few of us one of the problems of today's Harry Lepper and Beverly, of Sarasota spent Camp Opens At Town and Country
really pray. Few of us genuinelygo generation is that we live too Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of the week end here with Mr. and ', '
to Ood in prayer. If we read much by the clock I We are much Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. Norman Anders. O'Leno State ParkThe Motors, Inc.
on in the Psalm we find that the too "Time conscience". Our lives W. Moseley Wednesday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Keeling of : US. 129 North
today are ordered on schedule. We Ing. Live Oak spent Sunday with Mr. 31st annual Forestry Training UVE OAK, FLA.
go to work on schedule. We feed Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visited and Mrs. Drew Holmes Camp open Sunday. July H
Trailer HarborFOR the baby on schedule. We go to Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mllford Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visIted at Olsen State Park near High
MOBILE HOMES bed around the same time every Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Springs. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jarvis of Saturday night.
night. We need to "take time to More than 230 Future Farmersof '
STATE INSPECTED APPROVED AND be holy, speak oft with thy Lord". Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Clark and baby spent America from all parts of Florida i
(2) We need to seek a. suitable Willie Howell were supper guestsof Thursday with Mrs. Harry Lepper. will attend. Two intensive
PATIOS TRAILER FOR SPACETELEPHONE EACH place for prayer. This may be "a Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes were one-week sessions stress trainingin i
Tuesday night. supper guests of Mrs. J. H. Reynolds
AND desert place", or a mountain top practical forestry methods
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were In Live Oak Friday night.
CABLE TV AVAILABLE or a hillside, or in our office or tropical forestry gum farming,
feel business visitors in Perry Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clayton visited -
kitchen. It is where we can
Corner of Bryson St. andN. forest fire prevention and control
Anna Ave. the nearness of God the strongest. Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Clark farm forestry, tree identification LIVE OAK. FLORIDA FIIONK MS-1111
HOWARD WRIGHT This is the place. I like to thou prayest, enter into thy closet Saturday night. woods lore, forest Insects and Adulte Me-ChlUre lie-Tax Ioel.M
Owner and Operator kneel at the altar of my church, I and when thou hast shut the M. J. Lepper of Lake City visited diseases, outdoor recreation and BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULERaterday :
362.1303 or walk along the banks of the I door pray to the Father which Is Mrs. Julia Lepper awhile wildlife management. Opens lt:4S-M vle 1NSinday :
river. Jesus said, "But thou, when In secret. Of course in this busy Saturday evening.. Campers are vocational agriculture Threagh Friday Open Its Merle:"
world of crowded rooms and houses students who have demonstrated -
I this may not be easy, but we an interest in forestry mrR. T.ntnMT.. JIT.Tt
Dress
can still find "a place of quiet Up PotatoesEvery through school projects.
Special Introductory OfferNew :rest near to the heart of Ood." one has heard of dressingup Professional foresters from the ELVIS PRESLEY
(3) We should seek a regular a baked potato with sour cream Florida Forest Service the University TICKLE ME
1 routine, a plan for our devotional but how about whipping creamy of Florida School of For
Purina 40% Pork Chow Checkers ;life. Devotional books are being cottage cheese with chives until estry and private Industry make CARTOONMTTKD4T.
used by millions of people today. smooth and serving on a piping up the instructional staff. Camp JOLT 1*
This helps us get started. Some hot potato. counselors include Florida vocational -
.$14.00 PER TON DISCOUNT may find a hymn book an aid to agriculture teachers. ann: MeQCKKM
worship. I once knew a saintly Trot lines set lines and bush I Operating expenses for the Forestry GREAT ESCAPE
ladY who often did her praying hooks cannot be baited with live Training Camp oldest of
FROM REGULAR LOW PRICE In the church during the day. because or whole fish or any part of any Its kind in the nation are paid realm Ne, t- R
I she could have the use of game fish. by forest products industries.
he hymn book. There's no better BOWERY BOYS I

Until July 24th Only ;way hymn to than get the by true just message reading of the the BOWERY TO BAGDAD

1 words quietly In an atmosphere of MODERN CARTOONStYNDAYMONDAYTl7SDAT

worship.So /' AERIAL : IIT.T II-U-IS
HUFFMAN & GILMORE : we need to pray today. It
gives us confidence and hope. It APPLICATION I THE GIRLS ON THE BEACH

Your Friendly Checkerboard Dealer J gives us strength and courage, CARTOON NEW:
help us to "be still and know that Spraying Seeding_ Dusting_Fertilising
Thou are Ood." WEDNESDAY fITT 14

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In Building New Lawn Answers taialWI. vttk 0..... A....'. III ta.lto WaalhankM. V.r* M. CorS.IL H. .I ..,. MttM Tw55V-. Ika with ..54.N.1... BlrMt.IkaBM N. ea...... __to. WMlkarakMOaUaa ..4 nm ..*... WM abet tk* M**
u Eaat alaal tka Bertk alaa" '1 afHBIHM T. I. Oilaaa. Jr. Ellaka J.PMI. 10.! lln. 5 4l.U.e* .f uln, .n4 four
I GAINESVILLE Planning and keep In mind: StrMt T* fa.t to tka ..... l. F W. OaiMa, Viola' Watooa, load.. .,*" ,-.l* *M-lkmMiHltk.
I Note These questions v af ...,..,... .I..., On** Turaar E. D. Tamer, {'eparaUonhose are the keys : The best soil 1s always the top (Editor1. : Tk. MM* af tk. CM* IB vkfeh. MlIt P. .. Hovall. Ruky NIL E. H. not North 4I.UM of ,..... .and
when building few Inches. If extensive gradingIs and answers Bn compiled by WU- .. kaa kMB .h .llt.... to Ik. CI...., Graaa, W.._ 0_.. ClarlM W.. MW ki ..... ilatF-l. *. .*-tli....
> remember a new Dam M. District Managerfor Coo,, af Ik. Third' .J.4lalal. C1ra.ll atriorldB. '1.., H. C. Wat.l.a. Lamar Walla, .Milk. II and llt/IMI) ........
Eane.
fcwn. necessary, the topsoil should I. aa4 fat SawuBM CoualirFhirMa Will.. EssIll r. Now.lb.S.lhq tkviw* nn 110. 5 ..ii.. .( Bin*
after the Social Security Administration aa4 Ik* ..kkra.h la4 IHM to ..)" : : Huwoll. CsI1.r4. 6Hwn ..4 fo.r k.,..... liktr-il m.>
one of the tint decisions you be removed and 'replaced VBldosU. Eanw invites rauM III, Tk. W_..'. Club ., LI.Oak. ... Howard Lb.. ..., ..*.. II.". tkouMiKlIki. (I .nd ""I.oot
Lust make according to Dr. O. C. the grade has been determined. at B aorporatloa w.l fat arofll af B* ( ....,.. MM U Hatch DaratkF" kiln*. ,...... n. ..lk k dUU.. .Mf
readers to mail their questions to WBKBM Co.atr, riarMa. FtalMlff.FvaaMola i v.: H. lUwkta' Carl, II....'... 0... lkr. >* aid ... kmi4r4. ahlp.Is. .
lorn. associate turf technologist IOU high quality topsoil ls not him P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta an4 0-." ..II.... Cow ,.... N. Lwkar. E4..... Larkor.JMMIM ..*.'11..M.4lk.. II Mil IIIIIMI /-
at
ilth Florida's Agricultural Exkrtroent available either on the buildingsite M.r, al ml. lrfaa...la. H. Caioa Lou la W. C1.., ........ M ISIS. Mini at W.|..
Oa. Please do not mall your Inquiries W'It.... BIF ...4 mm Clerk af Ik* ClfMN iMraa H. Cli.a.r, If .11..d) U4aa4t ..! ..; sad all .f lk..t Mrt .f kMtlnBTlilrtrlw
stsUom Is the type of) or close enough to be economically : this Court M4 f-al ., Ikl. C..rl hi U.*. ...h ., tkalr. ........ aBawaM, (Ill bin I Marlh N d0
to plant. hauled the best approach to paper.) 0.1. BUWMBM Caaitr. ,........ IkM U'II iNN, .... ..... loMlraa. tradttor. rMhl .1-w., *f Ik* 1.1.!. O.k. P.rr,
iwn grass QUESTION: I am over CS and .uMMaora. BMlcita ..4 to .11 aor. ..4 G.If 1t.1I....., LKM AND EX.
This ls Important because the U to improve what you I social security. 4.E.04..sA.0.1111.: mi w. MrtM .......1.. k". I........, curt Ik. East Half 154)> .( Bl.rkTklrtFM
choose will hsve." the specialist said.llow know can let my LAVAUGHN A. RCMIONSTlark .... at MalBH Ikam. .a4 ,. all III) C NM>k r'* M M*
vpe you) ultimately But. I dunk want to quit work. got some crust aaUiur at Clr..all CaurtSUWMBM ....... ....*... ... ..*,. at Any Ik* puss Ikonof : r* >r44 m* Fat
lave a bearing on) the amount of) do you do itt With soil am Do I have to sign to be include me for a dater c...", r........ {.tonal I. tk* !...!. karato "-..... 44 ., Plat ..... I ., Ik* *ull"* n*.
need to spend to Inlore endments. They Improve the soil up '.11 .., .r4. *f ...Oft... Ceualr. fkirMai. '
.me you'll ed under the health In.surancePfOI1'UD Y.. 5d wi ., P. ... 1.051, .II ,. T.'..klB Two U. ....,...
good results. by increasing Its water holding If it law The msxl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BatlfM4. IbM ill hi ".". ka. kaoa II.".. ,..1.... Ill RMI: ; LESS
becomes
I capacity and ability to hold fertilisers. the next twenty years. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND kraut kt. a..,..| FOB kr (.!!. D. Hawaii AND EXCEPT all 5f Ik'* .'IU 55
establishing typef
Costs of one) ANSWER: Yes. You should signup mum amount subject to. taxes POP IUWANNi& COUNTY ILOR. hi Ik. Ctraull Court .. tk.. hind Ja4l-' ..4 .. .... ml'. rala In, or ......
another should alsoL And this not only "In C)4hNCIPY: all! ) Chill .f ,.. .... farWMM 55. 1h.
lawn over If "800 to IDA. IN I B4 South Halt 15y / .1 11.'
be raised from
for the record even you expect would also ,........ .a4 =:::
dif- creases the quality" of the Iswn. TNAUA '' family, FBB r* .51 555551., IWyt1.
considered since there are to continue working. You will $6600. C. HARRILL Po-k':. NAM Iwslp. ......... ....... 5d ....wlr.d -.l "......, |NWH ml \I.. Bmitk.WMI .
'rences.Another. but also "reduces the effort need BR1MKMAN.VfanMBl. to file vaar .",.. ..._ at 4ofoMMl ""..".. IfWHI, aid Ik*
In mind ed" to keep your lawn In good con not ret this proposed coverage IItELL r"."".. Ik. _Blaliit flM4. ..../. MIIU ., 7.. Norik Half" INHI ., Ik* NwikMalUuarUf .
point to keep unless you have signed up for the vs.QEOsuc. ..M ....**. In lk.. ..,.. *f Ik.* Clark. (NC > of Ik* BMIkwal
L you plan tests show that diUon. and that are a ICATL ., .'- at ,... c...." Coo",. la ... for ...... Ouart.r law\ ) .f HM BMtton
Iwn In their Recent research at the state's record proved you Public NoticesIN *. BM c..:.... FMrliJa, al Ik. c.." H.... i.I"-.'.. CUI ; M4, LEM AND
trasses vary widely 65 or over.QUESTION. NOTICE TO DEFEND In U.. (rl. rinrMa. M ar ...... Ik. EXCEPT 5 .. Ibllity to stand up under Florida's Experiment Stations indicates sev. I'm I wont THE STATE: OF rtOHIDAi lit 4ar at .r.I IF. A. D. ..... ..4 wf.** If'" ..,....., hi ..4 to .11 mt tk*
Dr. Horn era! Inorganic materials are beneficial : sun TO l 0..... S. It.,.. ..._ tMManr 5 MF at ..... A.... at IMfaMM upon all. IM *.4 at Mr Biliwrala' la.r .S
wing conditions. have any need for that proposed ..4 volllal 44rMl .hi B.....*., WBJ. Baarfall II.........., Atlanta? farFMlBllff. .*.. auits out that the best grass "Is and remain relatively stable health I 68 and still THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE r, 0. BM II*. tl.,. ,..... Flat- ((5141: of |k.. ...1....... Quarto
In the soil.These Insurance. am THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF u4455.51 Ma at .,... ..' 410 M ...|*,... kr I IIKHI: ",f ..... M ll.. Twal,.*lii.
tie one adapted to the area where working. Should I sign up anyway FLORIDA. AND FOR SUWANNIE H. A. Hurkkara. ..._ p.! .. at rMl4 tb1..fu.51..w115,0..Ifp.. 11'1.
iu live". Include vermiculite which COUNTY. 'QUILT ... *n4 BialllBt ....... .la ..k.*....( .11 .. .4a M a .w _(..*. will D*:' NDNTi GRKKTlNGBt
I been Is similar to organic matter In SILL TO T1ILI R.> H. H.I......'_ a.4 kl. wir. Nla k. ..lr..4 ...,.... ,.* '., Ik* .*.II.1. .' w.... *.. .... ., ,_ .ra krokf
I lawn
Once the type of has ANSWFR: Yes, by all means THE wow ANY CLUB Or LIVE: OARS N.Iv..N... _k ., rMo. atrMMoM ...... hi ..... *railliil.Tk BolUhMl ikal" 5 all ,IB ally ka* k...
Elected. yours ready to prepare the way It Improves sols. It also sign We not nearly as aaraaratlaa aat fat aralll mt BBVBB.M to Dal.... ,...... *... .....* ....r* *f ... Mil I* I* MUklUktill krMikt s551w1S I bp \...' J. Ooff,
Increases the amount. of water up now. are CaaalF. Fk>ti4a.Ftolallff.. 44rMa .hi III! MtrarHa I. tk. '"..10.lii( 4**..,.... .U ... htIk fat Ik* sN u4 Woaflt ml J. D. OMM,
bur yard. This can M done In busy as we expect to be later on. 6..MI. DallM. TaiMI M. A. II... .. P11,51' ''. I5 ..... IHI .** ,. r- .I... aid v..... 1'.1111.. .. (54um. III. '.
kree easy steps: and nutrients the soil can hold. : The welfare work ... .... *hM* pow af _...... la Ba* .... (....... lk.r>riw .. Ml twik. .IK ,. IW. Ctraul Court .. I". Tklr4 Ja4lMl -
Although more costly vermiculite QUESTION: FENSACOLA AND GEORGIA: RAILROAD __ CMBIF. riorWai ..,... J.BrTM. .... *...l.!m. Mjahi sod n.lrl,* Pw ,...... ta ..4 far S._._ c....
I Pick up and discard all trash er said everybody will need a so- COMFANT. al .... .. .4 wlta, Allr L. Br aaa, .r ..,_. (.. MMrlln* asp rlckl' .,. Flartito aid FOB ara ........ ....
Jch may have accumulated in provides longer lasting benefits clsl security card by the time the M.d.NOTICR ..t>. awk at :.kM* IBM .mMoBM. MPaal till. '.1._/. .ll,. M MUM*. ta .* I* MMM. aiwaraa, Bi4 rulra4" to flhi yaurwrltloB
than organic matter. I 0 DEFEND ('...1,. 1. .., Wllllaa. Br,. MM. hm4. aid trr pal .* **mltkr aa.war M 4afaaaaa to Ika Coat.
ieyard. social security changes are ap- IN THE MARIE OF THE mmm. .kaM ..... at rMMaBMi I* ..,. ..< .. ..r.M*.llii( M .!. ...,., flM4 II.... ......, tau ht Ik..
1 Level and trade the area to. be Other Inorganic materials which i this true STATE: OF FLORIDA Hravar4 Coa.l'. FMrWal. (lara. ('a.. (..,UK* i* .r*.*.i. 5S7 ill I. >.. can be used are colloidal phosphates proved. Is TO EMk at tk* ,.....,.( ..... 0. kai 11,,_. *kaM BbiM af r554.wb .*!!.. .! kw .. ....1. _Mulii. Clark. ..f1... ,'IwiC.sIs .. a..4
ant.ed. ANSWER: Practically speaking.It ,...... .h.. d._.. tMMaa RrawaM C.*,,. ........[ H.", of III)* I* Ik. ,.11...,.. ....rIMI _| 5I..C..1,1151.5. 51b.
lAdd and mix the soil additives and pulverized marl. All is. 60 people have the aid iMMaaM to ......... la.winTka ". WIIII... ..... ..... af ......... 551M1)15p'1.r..p..5. afftoa IB IW Caurl M5.. to U.** Oak
I are Inexpensive and usually available I' many ,.....&. ... Oaonat RallraMNBMBF hi !<' .. F1arl4ai C. J. Rr CMHIF, FlwM. *. 115115Th.W..l$5.55.51N115d1.1. FlarM. .a .. ..._ lbs llk 4ar .,
amendments. same name that an account number JokB A. ..-. jMrat N la4a July, nil, aid la ..... B anrr ., .....
(Remove all trash such u rocks, anywhere In the stste. Of the i for each person's Individual .akalla' k. I '. N. M. ?...1.17., : JakBpBraktat. ; a.CMBIF.. ......1 Fn.k F-rFaon. .kM II. II .. three. colloidal phosphate Is the : JII.... M. ,.......,. R....a.. lara at rMMMM to l a tcks. lumber. chunks of concreted record will be a real necessity. b...... ....II L....1.. H....'.., Wllllaa. >rM*[ *a4 Ikalr ..._ ** n.kaavar tot to Ika a., mi BUWMBM Rlvor ..... .to r. O. ... II*. 1.1.! Oak r.. ..
other foreign material before most desirable. You can account number Daraal H........ faal E. .11I.... aaa. M H..h... aa4 If ..... IkalraiMva Purl MM rial af j''j.i.Wma tka 1.w55bC.5NMM., roaua-o4
If marl Is used, the researchersays I nJOUr Oaara. K. 0.._. Jaaaak a Wklia, iNN. 51 ... 4*.toM. Wra BwtikvMi Quarter 41, I7. kr Ik* tow* af 10.5545. mm* ::. FMrMa
lading and preparing the soil. from your nearest social security Oatorkalk Fatoaaviat, Warth SloBkoMFBBBM ,.. at traal- at alMt Mnaai. .' 5d -' : 5.155.1 .. Rub. at Clatt. ,_*.... K FOB tall to
fie researcher reports that you It should be high In colloidal office. Most Postofflcee P. Cc.... Wlllhua F. Brv. .t raniM' ....... b.. ,.. ...... ..- T.W..I. I'B.UIB? B.*(. I* ..t .. M 5 iMaraa Fra CaBfaaaa will WMtora4
content. "This should be checked BM M. H.a.... A. Davoal Moo.... 4at at ...1... IkM .>4 55, B..4 all Tk* ... ., |.k. Caurl to ....... MM. ...1... FOB for Ika. riMaf 4oiu4a4 .
iould completely soak those areas have the application forms. GatoB B. ..It"_ 0. .. ..".._. E4BB .... .la. car w... ,It"'. sal kM .... taalltal.4 to tka ('/..." .hi IW MM, C.I......
ere you've filled with dirt. carefully since there la a greal QUESTION: : What papers will I U ....... T. A. ......,. .. .. 1'.rlw.P..4. HIM aorMM at tototMl ... at lbs UOM Ikarail r.." ., Ik* Tklr4 .....tol, 1. ..." ., YM ara fartkar. .*..,... Ikal IW ...
deal of variability In available ma Ta>Mr. Tlwa4ar" Braaan .....1. .....,...... Bta FMrMa. to s.4 fat IUWMBM CaaKlt. IBM ., MM Bull to to ..... .Ilor.a4. .
sassy around the foundations need to sign up for my social security Tka Orarito LM a Traat .wv.A. : : Mrt IkaraaflDUFEKDAMTS' FtorMi. Ba4 tk* kkraatola4 Illto to MM ....... ftaai aid .uM| ,... HIM ., Ika"
i la done he II,.. to settle the terials. I am 70 and still make BaJkF. All,. C. ...1..... W. U w....., UBEETINGStYM MUM hll (alia' U. Hawaii, FlalBllff 't. ''lalalirr' .. IW .k .... ..4 taal I aalalaalluala.
Dr. Horn csutlons. however Jaaato Waa4 Wklta.. III.... laa AlkorlJaaM. Bra karak .all,M4 Ikal Bra.MMtol W. 5. Mall.aM. al .. PafeawBto. hrtoa sal aalur ht SuvaaaM
too much to. get checks.: But. I .. O. 1..... tt all..*. >.. tt ..... to tutat IHM ka. koaa I kraaik. WIIBM ., ..... .1 Clark" at Ik. Clr.II t'ouRIF riarUa' WralMWaa. 4 aarlW4.
there are several factors you that you should not use marl where have heard that must sign up aak ., Ikatr ........ ravaM.. kaln ,. Ik* Circuit Caurl fat S.V.BBM CaaBIF. f. IVart >a4 SM| ., ... Court to Tk. .... ., IW. Caurl. wkkk. tkla.
centipede carpet or balls grasses you 45.5.. .. ....- .....- .- FtorMa. ...... all ....... ..... I.'.. 0.'. h_._ 055517, Fl..... Bull kM 1... hiainuta4 .. Iraall; (.'.!.
It ht to consider as you progress now If you are over U. ........ *>4 to all Bonaa. at ...... h>. S., Mlato tlikl, IUK' at ......, Ills.. .... MF ., Jaaa A. D, ..... Tklr4. J4latol. tlr..rt.. hi a.4 for Su.WMaaa .
|vms should be graded "to slope are to. be planted. ANSWER: You need at least ....... ... ,......... ...*.. at NN51 la, at .Ho* BOM Ika fallowlaa 4aaarlkWraal enAL.'J OaUBlF. F.irl4.. aidb akkraMia4 ..
After picking the soil amendments bls araaarty, .11.... to ........ la.B"t.1 ("' A. SESSIONS lit to at Ikto. MM ... NMiat
|sy" from the house so water your social security number and :.w:0:: : 51.41 \:. ::. Clark ., (,..... c.." J. Daft fat Ik. BM *>4 kaaofll ., J. O.

pi drain away from It. to use spread them evenly some record of your .... We want ".Iko4lYM. HalTiotV! Ma. IT. IB Ik. CMFaf .._._ c....,. ,..... tt4aw>. Jr. o''t:: Varato' Fkllllr. IN...
over the lawn site and completely Ba4 *Mk ., FM Bra Barak,, .. Uvs Oak. aMar4lBt to Ik* 1.1 kto .tf. ) ,,. vs. Oaana PawllBi.It .
Frets show a gentle slope of one everyone 65 or over to sign up now i. Ikal B Mil ht aaallr BM kaaaMikl at mtmm at Ik* a %rt>al>. af U:* 5 .I.1 "
I five feet every 100 feet ls best mix to. a depth af four to six before our busy season starts. You .... Pw by 7.. Wow*a u... aiaa t.4 kf Ika Caarta C. IN THE CIRCUIT ("aultT OF 0" "to karak/OraarW. .... Ikl. 0....
Inches. An ordinary garden spade Club af Ua. Oak. a aaraaaalMa ... fat IkrMkara Caa adequate drainage. "But steep can help us by signing up now. arafH at SawaaaM CaaitF, Flartaa. aa4 Sin,. at Ik* TM AtaaiMt at la.aaaaa AND 101 IUWANN.a COUNTY sib fat taut |4> -....,... ..,. to \1
pea should be avoided since will handle small areas but a pow. But. most of all you will help Faa mrm karakF aiaiaaii4. at4ata4 a4 C..I,. "......| kahx laSaaltoa. IN HANCny. IW BaWBBRa* IMaiaaral, .........
er-driven rotary tiller Is best for ......... is ells. Foar ."HISS ..._ M 1. Tiamikla I BMIk.Baaia YIRfIIL t'Ol ... .1. .11. ,......... to tit "Isb. "..w.. a4
are 'harder to establish and yourself to avoid the crowds we .54.555 .S \N c........ ttlo4 harolaMM II ... KATIE BEU.B Fill. Mr55! iwaral ........... .. Suva
ntaln. Or Horn adds. On larger sites. are sure to. base Istrr. .'. aaaaa. to Ika afflr .4 raalr4 to ilea *HkIka ...INS.. ... '".''' PSNM. .
In most cakes you can rent this :: l1.'cC :I Ik* Clraalt Caarl. to M4i t"J'-'J taart p5N 5055, .'lla., ., ..... B. Clark. at ....
p banks a low growing ground QUESTION: ; Your Baltimore office 55 .. OMBUP, riarMa. B* laa 4WMM ar alkot kw4ia* to MM' BraMa4laa J. N."wOUD' ..4 MIIIE, WOOD Ck-rNC.M. BUVUBBM C1ee.,. Flar.Ma .
.r Is better than grass; other- equipment or you may want to keeps sending me notices CNN ::.:: to Uaa Oak. raMs aa ataafara M at katau tk* Illk 4at N .*4 iw BM! at MM. Covet .l Ll.. .
contract the work to a lawn service Ika Illk .., ., Jalr\ A. D. It**. ,... 11.1. aa4 .. MT..* S MBF lk.r.atM NOTItS\OD riNOTNI '... ..-.- Caualr. ,...... aa Ika
*. youll hen a mowing prob- about wrong numbers turned In aa4 aarra B aaar at raar MM BBavtM rtalallffa'.1. s11.w y. L Arlkat l.... ITATB Of FMIBIKA TIM Illk aat ." Jaaa, A. fl. Illl,
i to contend with.perYWetion agency for my employees. I use the number 4WMM .aaa Wa>. ,x.4511 BM |kl r, raaM, Jr, ,. II .... 11, 14** IMkFtarMa. .. ". N Willis M4. kKMIB. WOOD. I.AVAUtlrlN A. SESSIONS
aN) "".. far MaMlkf. O. 'M I** la .... ,.., I'-.. attlhitB MM 4.*_aaal. >.. B.M|. ..4 If Bar vrII Clark. ., .... ClraaN I war *
l should be com- they give me. What can I do Uaa Oak. FlarMa. aa ar hafara MMaaia. Ika .. nkl. lltM at tolatMl ., Ml4 4at...... M 4afaa4aato tra ........ Uwalf. florMBBf
kted before you begin the actut Dior Suit For Fall about &h1I1ANI5Wm a* ra utra4. kr ,... Ia.. ., Ik* ..... M Baa aaaa Ika .... 4oMriaa4 .: ........ Ik. ..h.." ._... kotra, 4o /BALI
at ,... If ,. fall U .. aa a 4aaraaara ..IF ...... kt ,... Naroto tall .... ataBMBt viaoaa, fraatooa. rro4ltor* at atkot at* ..... c....
planting of the lawn. This In- Look for upcoming Dior suit : Your employees .iafiiii viN k. tot4 atatoal raa .. vlll ka ....... .(.toil r*5 l Ma itoMalaf. kt, laraura., 545 at CSrb
Ides such things ss walks, should stow you their sods security far tka ralMt 4aoMa4a4 to aaM aMBlara*. h 4WaaH.WITNMf. ...tail 5., asrk 4a M.a4 4.,_4... .. ,..
looks for faD: the strict rajah TW 55... at ... .... to to MtokMakIHM ., kaa4 aa4 aaal at MM. 4 'M4MI* W .!!.. M4 W 4M4 '...
eway0. fences walls planteri.BUos. Jacket ever a whirl of pleated account number card. It M IW falMwla* 4MrAo4 Ia." toIka ('NN af rtorMa, M Ikla. Illk 4F .ta 51..S. bee. 4* .lM*. k>1.155.. ,: SIN THE CIRCUIT, COURT OF THE
and pool.Underground you get their account numbersany ......'If'. to aula into aa4 to rmaar. ,.. S5..1..1 ..4 ill M'i... LIs. *r (..... THIRD JUDICIAL ciBcruir or
skirt or the Russian fur-edged ...... Ikarafnat. M Ml tank to ... Illl.I.AVAUflHM A>. SESSIONS lisp: .. k... 55, rl.kv lltta, mt hitorMlIk MOB in A. IN AND FOB SUWANNtECOUNfY
| brlgsUon is the Jacket over a gathered skirt. other way. you run the rid G5p11s6 _..... ... raalrala taa ataar Cark ., C.Iraall CaartBt Is .rm >iy k..*li. 4..*.1..... t...HI IN CHANCIRY
[seas eholee. If >* is the ana.rr of tUna the Incorrect number. 55.wt55, pal6 ill I: S' iJllMa ...,..... B."IIl.t Ik. HW ..... M -.... PARTITION FBOCEDINMATTIB <
:::=.. :_ a. ;. tMaatt CMek l.. t_..... I Sash, ..... II CI.F.MIINS: TH"......
then Its InsunaUon should QUESTION'' Maw much will : 5.4 wN 50554 ih.w.f I '... I &... .*4 ran kwik !.. ,.510 tokMM IIITMKB C. ( l .*l<..... 45.. 51
eot aid.F to :: .:=.44.5 : 545555155 54p..55. tt .5 151.1. 51..5 154 LATAMtB riBMOMS.ROSlTcimoKB. .
... aar) to N.MpM aauaaj IN. YHI (COUNT VH'"D I.1 .L.. w. 5./ Pb5W1
reded. The Experiment 8U Look for great masers of flow up to cover the benefits under the 15.;; .* .. ..'..Ss at WtM to IW JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 OF f LOB ID A, Ill '....1 ,.... No N.rlb Ill i
tapeclaost explains that "aent en on silk organsas or pure silk Chant proposed by Congress* I fNS.re 4.a r ki4 rMl S.... hrtof Sad IN AND PON BUWANNIB COON ,.... raa Waal III .... .. al,,
for cIr.to 5.51 to SovaaaM Cwaalr FtorMa ta. Y. W CjlAMCIBtABtNCB .I..1 at Wataala* _" .,. Iara ...,.....'.
system Is more corn* surah go cruising ANSWER: Proposed Increases ..., NO.-, at Maai: TO) tKONA ILSMONS

t and saves labor. slow or for summer evening dratsee. In the Us ntH would amount to Tkal=.. tot to IW Cr r of UaOat C MIIBFNr Y.. 54 I ..... I, Tlftoa, Uaarito.BRVMBLirr

I there is the added cost to long and ...,.II1Jn. less than one per cent spread over af MatoM Bnaol. ...III aa'.IW.1..N.1OI.Bank aMa .... rtotoilff.VlkdlalA .kM llFa.l vita.rk4.KATIB latlrv7kIIL BBIIB Flllt.ntllT'mm flM4Ika 1 TO I .ALICE.. :ewa.Clk-MON WArKBS. Q.M.

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THURSDAY JULY 8,. 1965


Ladies Are Included old hard.work that needs doing in j i[more and more community leadership
Beachville our community. It is to be hopedour II In this constant drive for a I

Doyle Conner To Head Agricultural younger citizens win assume!fuller and better community life,

9 Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City
Tour In South American Countries filled his appointment here Sun-

day, had Rood services and we Special Introductory OfferNew
Tallahassee Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Con- were glad to have some visitor
ner will lead a delegation of about 40 leading( Floridians Mrs. Day and their daughter Mrs.

on a 24-day agricultural "Good Will" tour of six South < of Versa Jacksonville Warren and came two with children Rev. Purina 40% Pork Chow Checkers

American countries next month, .

Conner said the purpose of-_ the nn tour____ _fa_ to__ explore Day W. H. Tldwell and Billy Wood /
avenues of trade and to allow tour I were business visitors In Tampa $14.00) PER TON DISCOUNT

members to take an extensive look Commission. _0000l Saturday.Mrs. .
at South American agriculture In Brazil the group will spend Watts and MT. and Mrs. T FROM REGULAR LOW PRICES
10 days visiting cattle ranches,
They will also Inspect various Al- Arnold Madden and children of
coffee plantations rice fields, '
Uano for Progress developments ,
Lanette Ala., are guests of Mr
relating to housing. Irrigation and sugar cane farms, citrus groves, -I and Mrs. L. C. Terry this week. Until July 24th Only
education and will meet with a concentrate plant and banana Mr. and Mrs. Herschell: Caso
plantations. Also planned is a visit
Peace Corps workers in all coun- I, and children, Dewayne and Cam-
to the USAID Experiment Stationat L
trin vlelted
Sau Paulo where U. S. Workers my, of Jacksonville were guests of
Conner said the Florida.group in the Pplnt Four program yw Mr. and Mrs K. C. Cason last / HUFFMAN & GILMORE
will Include representatives of the week end.
and USAID
citrus, vegetable and lUgar Industries Alllanc for Progress 1 Mr. and Mr*. Hots Spooner and
will tell them what the United .1f Your Friendly Checkerboard Dealer
Jacksdnvtll
of
at well HI llvestockmen daughter Olnger. ,
to assist the agri
doing
States U .
bankers arid officials of businesses were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
cultural and economic growth of I.
related to agriculture. Adklns and Mr. and Mrs. B ;

This will be the first time wom- Brazil.The tour will spend two days In B. Spooner last week eJld.
and Mrs. Martin Beach and
Mr.
en have been included In an agricultural -
of the larg-
Uruguay visiting one eons Scott and Randy, of Gainesville -
tour delegation from est livestock markets in South 1 of and STUMP BROTHERSCash
Mr
were guests
Florida. Mrs Conner will be to see
America before moving on
,. ... Mrs. Willie Beach Sunday.
traveling with the Commissioner, x 1NN i. .n w..I rl .N
ranches In the Paysandu area.
Tldwe
Rev. and Mrs. M. A.
and a number of delegates will Cattle ranches will be visited "What's' the matter with canned food? That's all you aU and children. Philip and Shawn & Carry Building' Materials
be accompanied by their wives.
well dairy !
In Argentina as as before we were marrieds"THE her
been
who have visiting returned -
Departing by airliner August 7, farms and feed, grain and fertilizer -
the party will visit Colombia. Brazil operations.A OLD HOME TOWN '.">-.-. By STANLEY to their home In Richmond Phone.242.5566
Va.. Sunday.
Uruguay Argentina,Chile and highlight of the group's visit
THAT JASPER 6OTAYM1D Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark of 300 S. Patterson
Peru before returning to the Uni- to Chile will be Inspecting vine- MUSICIe Street
LDEEPWATER PLAYING THAT DANCING Jacksonville were guests of Mr
ted States August 31.
Arrangements have been made yards In one of the world's1eadlnll MOONLIGHTBAY-SWANEE Ii oNlJ e and Mrs. L. C. Terry Saturday. VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
grape-producing areas. They will RIVER/ MEDLEY WHEN HIS NITS Charlene Brown of Oroveland
for the group to meet with state also inspect sheep cattle and ELeCTRIC GUITAR SHORTED ONLY
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W H.
governors and town mayors thru- poultry operations while there. ANDBLCW> A FUSE 4x8x1,4" Interior Plywood

out the tour. In each country they The tour will wind up in Peru, 41C/11 y/J .1 Sri Tldwell Mr. and this Mrs week.Willie Odom attended Per Sheet ......................................... $ 2.50
will be briefed by the U. S. Agricultural where the group will visit dairy reunionat
the Oelger family
the Minister attache of Agriculture.and received by farms and the Maranga Dairy ,' M Hart Springs Sunday. 4 x 8 x %" Interior Plywood f f A

While touring South America, Experiment Station as well as' o tfII Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and Per Sheet ...............N............_............ .
feed grain, and
vegetable, poultry children of St. Petersburg were \0
the group will frequently be guests I/
i of ranch and plantation owners fertilizer enterprises.. guests of Mr. and Mrs.H.C.Cason Full Thick Insulation.

Conner said Unlike a similar tour vs.NN Monday and 1Uesday.U. : Per M ...... ........................;..... .._..... 4100V.
he hosted of Russia and countries Miss Holmes At
behind the Iron Curtain two years Treated Sheathing

ago. Conner said this group will Teacher Workshop No. 1 Per M ....._. ,.............-- ..... -...-..... 45.00.c
have an opportunity to establish Miss Lois Jean Holmes, daughter growth and development we can :.: :
close rapport with the people of of Mr and Mrs. Perry A. expect similar dose In at least to x 8 x 3/8" SheetrockPer :

the various countries Holmes. Is attending a teacher year intervals In the*.totnrc. Sheet ................N..N..N I:.. _.. 1 49
The tour will open with a four- workshop in family finance at the
day visit to Colombia where the University of Florida. There is certainly a lot of plain Nail *
visitors will visit coffee and banana matter Included in the Comp:: n f A
plantations and cattle ran- workshop Subject covers personal Income, Keg .......-............._..........._...... 7.JV

ches.They will meet with the head budgeting banking, consumer DO YOU HAVE AN

of the Colombian Development credit renting and buying homes, Alcohol Problem?
life insurance, social security r.. .1; Key N Knob Lock ....N.N............................. 4.25Bird
CUSTOM BUILT HOMESON pensions, savings and investments, We now have In Live Oakan
YOUR LOT personal taxes, and will and es- AA Group ready to 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles fir

1001% FinancingCall tates. O I help Per Sq. .._?._....?..?.._....?......_.??.. 0. /J
362-1968 Miss Holmes is teaching home TEC a 0 you.WRITE

economics at Dixie Hollins High 4 x 8 x /." Pref. Magh. Paneling
JAMES D. (Jim) MIMS
ReprMlngUng School at St. Petersburg.. P. O. Box 591 Per Sheet ..?........._...?_._._....... 4.80
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY JULY 8, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 8




0.THINI ou1L 01J/iUrJO'' Planned 4.11 Firefly July Shipment 12 ( Wadsworth, Cooper Honored At Camp


AH i-ll Club members are reminded
U tarn la their flre-
With L.sin C. Wadewerth
fees U club leader by Jay IS I Governor Three Cabinet Members

ferahlpoent.Fe ,
At Swine Evaluation Station Ceremonythe
Not the end.AlthOUJI1 .r lamp scholarships will
this U the final campI be awarded U members.cat hu Attend Fort Stewart CeremoniesGovernor )
Na-
chan attend M an active the most fireflies
ttonal Ouard officer It la br no w .
Haydon Burns, three other cabinet officers
for I
means the end of my carter
of State Tom Adam
Secretary Commissioner of
want and Insist that this occur
when It started some 40 odd yean Jim Shields To Agriculture Doyle Conner and State Treasurer Broward

ago- In Lire Oak. That give Ine Williams and other gueato from much of Florida
tome 10 month In which to Head Joined units of the Florida Army National Guard In
gracefully mate ready for that College honoring two of the states fin I

day In June INS when tints will general officer at parade ceremonies had won the Armor trophy for

be written to a career that ha Transport Group at Fort Stewart Saturday having been selected the ouUtand-
meant M much to me and with morning. Governor Bum prwnted Ing Armor company In the ...te.

which Clara and our girl lave The newly formed CoUegeTruuport Florida Service Medal to Brig This 1* an annual award and U
Gen. Louie C. bated on year round
patiently and underitandlnfty Inc. an ornnbatlon Wadiworth. pub- performance
lived with for ao many ,ran. to provide transportation for atu- lher of the Suwannee Democrat. both at Armory and summer field
It to pleasant of course. to hear dents to North Florida Junior and to Brig Gen. Ralph W Cooper training. The unit wa under tip

nice thing said and hare honor. College In MIC IOD. met In the Jr.. aatUtant\ Adjutant Genera command of Captain C. T. Ball-
like that parade Saturday com Conference Doom of the Suwmnne of Florid, for over 30 years service den and Captain Earl Brmbry
Haydon Y a* National Outrdimen and during the contest period
... way. Governor Valley Electric Coop lat
Burn WM most gracious and kind Friday nlcht to the State of Florida. Captain Nicky\ M. Tiacrlo* was

in remark *e made on two occasion An election of offlccra and di tT Both of the general officer will narrator of the armor portion ofan
retire to the INS annual Impressive and hug firepower
about the year Ralph I h'Ctora.w1d and Jim Shield : prior
field training of the demonstration put on by the FlorIda
Cooper and I have went la the named. president of the group d encampment
Guard. 3uard.. Brig Den Cooper retiresIn troop Friday afternoon to
Mrs X>an Chandler wa elected
Bat I want the coming 10 I rye president and Mr*. Jima October of this year and Brig. give Governor Burn and other
months to be active ones and I Shield ecKtary-Ueaaurer, Den. Wad.worUwill be retired guests here for the occasion firsthand
rewarding a* those In recent year I Named' to the board of director Prvaa/ fSDA Bet CheJcre Research Station but Wednesday are Ml t. right. Fred De.V June Iltl. rUUrement ceremonies Information and a view of

have been. X look forward to visiting went W R Howe. Claude Law. *.e. ......, ee..ty e.e... ...... *U*> Tattle secretary U Dr. T. L. Leaders at the. new DlainecUetaaeratery. 'or the general are planned a, the equipment and capability of

troop to ..arioIIIlfCtIorw oeM f C. W. Broughton. U M. Crew ....ty *.eanU..l..er Law. B. eUaereen. Front llelmee rbalrmaa of the mine evahu St. Augustine for Brig. On the present day National Guard. A

state prior to time to retire. Karl Wdd. and B. A. Swing.! J. Co ties __u... sad seen ooaer Lamar ..a__.. right rear. Marvin E. II.... chairman. el the Cooper and at Un Oak for Brig. tank: under the command of l..tU.

Vann WM named chairman of the ........ Oeaty Beard ., Gray CeaimtoUaiee. to ........ a flag ...._... U the Ilerld Africei.leral Oeri. Wadiworth. SppMtrd! 11. Boatrtf participated

This column U being written board. KileMlea Berries by Mantes $es"eeve. a all years..JIe,.. .f the VIVA lleg Chelera RMearvhUUea. Announcement wa made a., tank battalion.At In the firing. exercUe by the
Sunday morning right after attending Fort Stewart! hut week that Company
Student Indicating that they .
.
(IDeaMerat Staff Fhete)
A. 117th Tank Brt. Uve Baturday'i parade Captain
an Episcopal: communion
plan to ride the bu to college are
service conducted b, Chaplain urged to mate their W deposit 0._'* unit of the Florida Guard Bataden served a* an autiUnt to

Captain Peteraon. of Mount Dora a* soon a* poaatble. Anyone de- Pima Auf. 1 O iterationUSDA Funeral ServicesL Ian.Major Florida General Henry adjutant W, general McMil-, fc
used for service
In the Army chapel tiring further Information la ute
Ifec4Iing "Ilftnft' ForMarket and Major General Robert A. Bui-
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by the National Guard. Last to contact of the officer of
ed any
Sunday, morning X attended service the organitaUoiu Hog Cholera Station Is Price Hickman TolHlN'fJ Date lard commander Of Florida'* Army -
National Ouard troop, In
at the small mission! church .
of established In narlda'a ........ ..,....... handing out a number of ether
In being
HlnetvtDe PTOCCM, Oa. Converted To Evaluation Station Held aa will met with Dejrto. Tea. elate and National Guard award,

Florida to fortunate to have It New Facilities Saturday ...., Caa..*..1..rr el Agrlealtare. Oovmor Burna told the civilian

tiDe minister a* chaplain These In a short ceremony last l Wednesday afternoon Funeral services foe .. price Twead.y. Jay 11. .. et I Ia. soldiers Saturday that the date

men came from an area* af the Planned For the Florida Agricultural Extension Service, under the Illckman I/. were held Saturday. opening dale fee bright. leaf appreciated the sacrifices\ they
tale. and represent moat denomination direction of Dr. 11. O. Watkins assumed, the operation July 1. at I:00 pm. In the Pint a...... sale. make In order to serve In the National

*. Army services an both of the USDA Hoc Cholera Station here for testing Methodist Church of Live Oak The ofTleUl atanetlng Ute Guard<< and pledged the *up.
oenomlnaUonal and nondenominational Ellaville Park the breeding, feeding and. management practice of with the Rev. Splvey Brabham. few .be a.n.e....< seat week pert"" of hi* administration In carrying
and ear soldiers had a twine Inthliarea. ficiating. Interment followed In I a a the ..**... ef the National
AH tatu. tadswill be under the the Uve Oak Cemetery Guard: to aU ana of the state
wide choke ef services which they Fart Tbs new Swine Evaluation Button
Bid director,
State .
MUler. .. .... .. New Method In
could attend. In mar Instances..tntos..MA. nnownoad that many new faelU- ae 1* will be known plan M. aupenrlatoa of Kenneth, U Our t el Adam .Conner, and William

. ttamafft W ..BBB aw :..wamsvaaaavwmvand Org'win ..aiewtraetad a* the Bw- .... ... fir* VMM Auguet first. lance bem el aaartant.....pierw..MprtwiMnat animal" husband. -4 I jolkaeo Un governor In pralrn atUtrwmg.

r awns. boapi la.-M..ob..tiN.k Cannes River State pert at Ella-. The potential ef *..'a teetlwprograja I Rat aran ......... with a> hanU. Me+ *"eban\\ntr"" '-
other hour dcrros
at varied rule during the ...-.7 Mennlum.Canetractloa tn an are* to unBmlM mad employed at the Haunt ttaer InteraiUng. and tmpiedve. -.
the day. Attendance to alwaysvMuntary. fund totaling r and officials Pawl thai a tee lion to keep accurate reeerda elweUht BooksJ. Ceaner wa called on to dls
gM.OOe have .been aI...... for uu... year testing program woukplanned I *ad feed eoaeumptlon and Marketing ply his ability with the pistol a
Many IDdJ'ftduak.nd group the park. Improvement I mereaeo the euattty of port old i I maintain' preeent facUlUea. B. Mills ABO office manager. 4a calibre weapon worn by meet
, take advantage ef the week and end include the development af a, quarter tf a million dollars bm4 I After pig eonelgned to the *.ta.I n reports that a new procedure will officer He did a creditable Job
holidays te visit Savannah iwtmmlng ana IO.OOO: the construction upon aa Inereaeed value of port I Hon for leatlng are told aQ mottle be In affect this year regarding and placed several shots dead
other'nearby town and cUlee hotel Report of a platform adjacent sold at II oo to IIM "" above feed cost and eipeme will tobacco marketing book*. center, All eipreMod pride In report .

eeommmodau to the points area overlookm* the A progeny teeilng unit. elI I be returned to the producer, In the pal grower picked up given' them on the efficiencyof
and motel. a In the 11.000 and developmg Involve feur pU from .1
Suwaanee River. : testing a their book at the office prior to Florida troop.
Savannah ..... nature trail and crect- Otto, taking the animate from I heir fret ,.Je. Thl yer the The deawnitraUon FrW y and

mg display hetter*. 1700 the breeder at 40-M pound feeding .: Mrs. Alma Raybon book will lie mailed to the grower parade Saturday cloned the first
Monday morning I plan to fly Allocated for park operations them a art feed program and and mutt be turned In lo the week of camp.
via. Army plan t* Fort Bervotr, during the fiscal year commencing marketing them at 300 pound rehouMfnen with the first lobaece Early Monday morning, the
Va. to visit a Tallahassee head July I to a total of 110,040. This would furnish for the producer Funeral Services deposited.. on the floor and bulk ef the unit training at Fort

quarters matt attending It* annual The figure provide for the addition Information on feed eoneraton. will .b* kept at the warehouae. A Stewart moved Into bivouac area
field training at the engineer fa- ef one part-time man to the growth potential and 1 Held Sunday II cord ef weight. will be kept by Mattered the "length and be *lh
can, then. Major red Crew toassigned park Maf during the Coming year, earcaaa development Under a *UUdard the warehouse and AJtG personnel. of Ibis .Immense reservation. AU

te this unit and I II with We arc pleased. te report thtopvegra program." Funeral ervieee for Mr*. Alma working there. A* a public ..n_ treope will pond four dy and

It IIn4' std ** fee Buwannec River State! Thle would alee. permit a arv Mettle lUrbon. IT. were held Mr Hickman passed away July each varehouM plan* lo have a four night.. In the field, returning

a f / a half Stewart hour nonstop te rare.5 Millet aald. "Thl to a real dust to compare animal under Sunday July 1. at 4 00 ,... In the I In Rift,..... Hwpltal.. IIC aft. calculator at the scabs. and may to the ".onlrmrn.nuws" Friday
set
flight from Mop forward toward the fun development his program at home U the ant* Beulah Beptlal Church. The Jt4o,. elite u the result of a cerebral keep the farmer Informed on the morning. Preparation for return
..
the J win Virginia spend\ .Monday Bight thenandretorn ef this area.* oasis eomlgned to the teat ..taUat.Sucrwrb Cecil FolUvent ef Perry officiated hemorrhage, remaining poundage allotted.. him to home nation begin In full

ta Ft. Stewart around with Interment following In 1 ..,. IltckmaJi WM t veteran el Any request for additional sales! twiAg Immediately
aaaa Twaafay and Jala my bsa4oaartcn inn CMnhIeWendell the Malay Cemetery. i World War I. a member ef the book must be made In writing to Troop from Ifomeetead and far
m the brvoua area I MIL lUrbon passed sway July' Fin Methodist Church Uve Oak the ABO office.Weather. south 1oc..1II. depart for
a the Buwaanee County Itoe- Rotary Club la part district ,ov- a a home beginning at neon an Fri
) Lewis Named President aI. day. Lad la Wave wtll .be the lank,
n to nfortuoaea that the shuf p seller), and Lice Oak Ellis 111$.
1 ForecastFor battalion If which$ Use Oak to apart
She to survived by her husband He wu employed for many year
fltag of posits cards in congressional -
Ifenrr B Raybon; sir daughter by the t XVpartmrnt and unite en Jacksonville
Agriculture. i
able men apportsonment M the. district i place ef whichSJuwanna two : Live Oak Lions; Lion Of Year Mr Fat Wilson and Mr*. Joe He to survived by till wife. Mr'I Month July who depart early Sunday m ?nIn,.
lyre of Uve Odle. Mr.. Irene Mar Mazy It* Iflckoian! one daughter All unit w the atale should reachhone
County to. a part 1 of dual honor at i
Wendell Lewis the
recipient
Matthew WM ru of Invernee' *. and Mr*. LyndaBUncna. Mr*. des Both Dw Fwraa Bray
and this county. the annual I 'installation banquet of the Live Oak LJoiu Mrs. Virginia Luc**, and on. Coeoa; and one Ulrr. Mr*. fee the swath Sunday te write finish ta what
la
While* an our popular people now feet dean Clob Ut Tuesday night lie war presented the Lion of hire Rwl Phelps ef BU Fetm- Irma Hathaway, MonroevtDe. Ala. ., imt, fee Itootb fiMrito.He bps *a fr been termed w "the
the Year Award for devotion of hu time and effort on burg: four eon*. Jimmy BUI. Active b.ot camp ever held"
.
to Fuqua than they ever did te panbearer were Otto UMa.t ALl...... and "... -
Matthew, there are many herewfo Jon aetlvitiee/ for sight eon natJoD and installed' M ROM. and Ronnie Rattan all elBt. WetUlein III. Alfred Alrth. Wood sad FlMUa kM.d be laeW4rta While ta bttouae. the local watt

regret the decision W wteeethem president ef the club for tneMSOd 1 __ Fetenburg She to also cur. row i..., B. W, Hrven tan HI. .e Baveaa A'....., AvteaMaral wa to undergo UnkInfantryIraining
to the semi district.Thto fiscal year. vtved by three I&IWn. Mr*. Mary W Z. McLeod. Harrow lUlven Ml.if........ UMWIUCaa In a anlee of problem I
basins af on* man an Lewis son af M,.. Lvwto and Webb and Mr'*. LucOe Wyiong of ton Jr,. a. T McDow.... and <.l FUM Kt,wtaww4 Itshas. mini let Joint support of armor,
Sheriff Hath Lewis ha Ohio, and Mr J.n Live Claude Hackney. .... Infintry. engineer and stubby"wdla I
vote may be Val law ef the toad the lat C. 'Iu. .. ( .. Jail I. I
but when a eongrtauonsl I dtotrtctto bam a Uon for DIM year and toemployed Ja Oak; sad two brother Oliver Honorary pallbearer. were L 0 TEMPERATURES during the In an ewreiai tot which .vemmunltlan
Standard OUIntemaUonal Ttpion ef Live Oak and Oeorr !Duel J, U Ye...... W1JI..be fwd TMajrpe
treated thai I* larger thaa .... by the OnU. Dar- month of July are eipcted.. Mverat .
Tlpwa of Loge; M grandchildren II......... el training ,..... the der
row
Frande Brldcea, BuulK.
below normal
dossal add over
Maim, this Real aa
Mash and I greatgrandchUdren.Fanbraren spars .. af training still .......... etPbx14.'S J
whew. lope I* applied. l Omaiailnr Hamrtck. .n..r., L eThompwm. peel Georgia and near normalwar
for the evea- were Mack. Clark. .Bid A..... and Al Mrd Armored Brigade
That omit to be our way at Flaky wa speaker louUiweal Georgia.. Hmith Mt ..
.
have uam tArtiltory
doing thing Do H the rMJcwtaas Its with Lion Clark Parker serv- Uoyd AObnuen.. Doe Clark. OdlaAllbrlUen. beet NetoatCBuwumee Alabama and HorthwMt nertd I f
and air d ( antle
way t* start out and then aped taw. aa muter af eernMntea. Lloyd Richardon and Funerml Wren wa bi Dally mean ...."" .tw.. win average ease
will eamptote their long thismed
yean doing the right and fair Other afflorra IrwtaDed were ..... rJarto. charge ef funeral uraneemanla.tike between 71 and 11 decree.
d the huge with whJen
The Jeans B. Daniel FuneralfUeae e a gun
C B. Farter tint vtoe iKafd.ayJ. : Dally' maiimum tempeetur.saaw'.d
"*'- .
Of somas there to another .*otatfcm. B. Pu*... rcand eta .*..- wa* In chart of arrange* Planned For ranee fends U .lo M degrees, they are win e eUtvw.M<.1IiPo4 la wbll prefect otherWUU aadpelbh

Get ear bse.. In order amore 4.-.&; and C T, Bwrnett.third vice I menla.fay with, afUrnoon leatprlurfe r*.* Ihvlr. note and dubs
MMppovUng
people. will come here ta *ve prwldenL T. It. Abemwmbie. EJ3wwth : *- ,S. thing M .er..* or hula en t to den. .... el the com
and ire we lea sea have a oar Carton and Robert Cannon rcm Wrrkrntl Copeland Farm dan. Daily mirujnuia temperature I, mand.

.,...... af ear ewm.IneMded were named a* director, M. A. Successful win average btlwMa M anddegree I Captain. B mbry Mid Saturday
to getting ear house OUara wa elected reUry- Project I Field survey vork for a thousand 1t with M ls.eralurebelow : Uve Oak
that \ well
the unit did
lID order aie better cheato and .,.....,... W, ft Harrvfl. Uontaawr. The Jaycees Dr1ve For A 0.1.need.r foot Oka.tat' veete a 10 acre M Lgram.WUNPALJ. last the
tie during
*
en ranga
changiac from Obgal sales ofIseaw : J. M. Buddyl Fhtnm. prograai directed by J lake an the f*TM of J. C Oop.and durlag July will weak Imked forward
ta srgat aalre to a package laU twtoter: aad W, *. FwwfDjr M. 'Buddy Phillips' wa. termed eight ann lIMIt ef Wcittnm w*. .ary widely 1 from pU e to place / first nesting with aad ether unIte af the la
store. ., ersi ,ant tall twitter ttD UL LEWIS a sues a* hundred ef motor. camptrted last pea by the Biwamwe *- but thould Ire'aM neatly bHwvenM .
fcvMa n seem that ta
Then awe a Bambtr el ether ton McDonald. J. W, Mseam- Mt. stopped at a wreck eeeneUe River Sail Comervallen I M <*e men** eecurrtngMMOy ,I are
badly ateded toRpraveateM* red gilt and C R. McCilman. an ttOI to the Florida' Lions Eye .d by the c ub at Hoaeton laetBatardey butnct.TMhnkian. a* *fteriMi>jn af eveningtnxMT Mart Tueaaay. He said the morale-

relied. to grate sad developawatoch 'charter member errs recogniaH Bank. secured fifteen eyw donor afurnnno and ..., M ttButct John Ham....an and and II......"he...v. en leN and health." of hi* company war
a* dawn active partlcmatMa far fifteen yean af perfect. atteadaaee. plsggi*. honored fifteen ....... Co that night.Motevtt ReeiiH Fnn reel that seer. .e dM during the period.BVmilff twtlefit.film .

In deed affair by basin aa .M4tn Aararombte. 0'Han.JIft1DaJd sad their parenu for eth.laM11add.pawM. were Oven pamphlrUen two thouMad ...... yard of dirt K darwg the neat 10

ID the ....... and a shift and Beats each have auppD.d taImtc better drtvtag habtu and tr.. need be move4 during the eon guy .to eep etd to aiwrate about To He Shown
from the begs lad boar ear eteM Fav. patent atteadana. far the tentor ...... and ... oft drink by Lye Oak Jeyce**. Mructtaei with 1M Whet pawn 10 per seal ef poartble still one er
ape af aperatkM aew aM by Uve whO Sam Faaa sad WeadeQLewto paned a gr.*e trams of tJIOt and reminded ef the many read .f the dike atPMwatoMUly a* feel ,.. ported ef eiWo4 loudl- At n'tttttixxl Church

Oak police and Bn ..artmsat* have two yean and w. R from Use actlvtUe Oaa frM.mop atard waiting the carekat.Gentry above Mrreundtog gnftind tovet A ..... A ion ........ "Teay fea-
t. the madera. cffkteeil method Bama and C T, Bttrartt eon old hoes .... end from .......... i. Robert Caaan aVagane via be and far the dig with TDlrDATVU8 .ubNJay ..... ......," wta .be aaewa Jed
.emmuluso med.Rwmsee the amle ef Kght bvOML Fred" OeTaa J.aM ........ ...... will reach avaeonal highs ef U at lte: pan M WeelweadB l
Ctamty toot. a Mt** 1st?. ; FmMiat Bffl CaidVre reMt Tom AaeraUae wffl ..,.. at and Mattel Ward were cuaamimd. c.*..... plea le blip the eater 00 ta M *>./.. tt fear IN.... an .Mtil Caeeeh.The .
N to De reeeat. bgiaiatfv* aveOle. af acttvtuse far.:the yearHawed ... cho ravesare Ida eabtael. MOM ed by Jy.. Prodded. KomevRaOff level aa bf aaag an etght belt W bate seal slut *veta.a. be avegvaa wtt fed aa. I

IIIIIL iTthm we tab dap N Mwat that the ah* Mrrkiiiin gesssweand. ... b lies d3ifst1w far the awlataadUia Jaw. Irrlgauea weJ already. la spew amtog higher to drtod sea ..... prMtaMaiey M mmata* ga4 the i;

I Ceaimeil aa r!" HI pan. ., fides. earilrlbwled .nnar. done ea the M Jet tma.aa the farm. Isesa ..... to kevMod U *|..... '

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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 8, 1965


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Employ Youth Markel NewsThe .a 17 !

Milton Kiwanis Club Is sponsoring a youth em- New York Stock Exchange seemed to experience ByDoyle E.

ployment service and President Johnson has announced the Jitters recently when a prominent fed- h CODDerFlorida I Taken From Tin filet Oj
a Youth Opportunity Campaign Local eral official expressed the opinion there were similarities z

businesses are being encouraged, urged, to give employment to present conditions and those of the late cattlemen will be inter- THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ......
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to boys and girls between 18 and 21 during twenties. ested to know that the second I ,-v- I

the summer vacation period. With the market at new highs in recent largest cattle state In the nation

We would not ask any employer to load his months all-time highs' this was enough to has been certified free of brucel 1915At 1955The

payroll with unneeded help and there are some shake some's bullish mood. On several days heavy losis, or Bangs' disease.
workers during hit The U. B. Department of Agriculture a meeting Monday night the recently remodeled Com- SubscriptionsI
businesses which do not need extra selling the market and blue chip stocks some I
that adopted ordinances mercial Bank will be the scene of
the summer months. But we do believe It is Important times lost more than half a dozen points (dollars) announced recently city council
Thursday
Wisconsin has achieved the ultimate fixing the water rates at a minimum an open house from next DemocratListed
to give every consideration possible to the In a day. goal in the long-standing of $1 for the first 3,000 gal- afternoon from 8:30: to 8:30 I

+ young people who are willing to work. Despite the fact that there are some similarities cooperative State-Federal program Ions, 15 cents a 1,000 gallon all pjn. below are new subscrip.:

The old plaint around this area by young peo- today would work against a crash such as that of to eradicate brucellosis in in excess up to 50,000 gallons and L. J. Day, president, announced Non and subscriptions renewed to

ple has been that there are no opportunities October, 1929.Maraln the U. S. 10 cent a 1,000 gallons for all over today that the public wa cordially the Suwannee Democrat from
here or at least fewer than they might find in buying then was a risky business whichto This is the first time a major 50,000 and providing that the invited to attend the open June 25 to July 2.

more populous areas. If our most promising 1929, the fact is there are many factors which cattle producing state has been city pay for the water meters, house and inspect the new faculties NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
youngsters grow up with this idea they are unlikely could add speed to any decline as Investors were able to reach that status. Not only Those who have paid the city offered by his banking Institution. Margueritte Spencer, Rt.. )L 0

to want to settle here. We believe that it threatened with being wiped out if they did not does Wisconsin lead the next money on meters will receive Fred Joyce Royal Rt. 3, L. O.

is Important to the future of our county to en. Immediately sell. To some degree this can be said largest dairy state by nearly one vouchers which the city will revolve Aderholt. BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS
but far million milk cows, but It ranks in payment for water Work on the long sought New- RENEWED
courage the Industrious, Intelligent willing young today to a lesser degree, Mrs. Claude L. Cannon.
Texas in the total Ft
second only to bern Road should begin shortly.
people to live here. Today, also, huge funds which have so much Lauderdale
and dairy cows
beef
number of On night District
Wednesday
The proportion of the population living on money tied up In stocks need not panic and it two yean of age or older. Palatka took three straight James A. Brewer said T. J. Fletcher Jr. O'Brien
Engineer
farms has declined markedly in this country. To. would be gainst their Interest- to do so. Moreover, USDA views the Wisconsin from Live Oak here last week the State Road Department was Ward Fertilizer Co. Branford

day over two-thirds of the United States citizens they can afford to wait out panic selling. achievement as assurance to the winning the first baseball game all ready to sign a work order authorizing Mrs. Oleta O. McMillan Rt
second
live In urban areas. This related to the problemof In addition, there are other safeguards and livestock Industry that the goal Thursday 3 to 1 and the the contractor. Marion L. O.

youth employment, of course. On the farm, there is the fact that the government's spending is of complete eradication for the game 2 to 1. They won again that on Construction Co. of Ocala, to begin Laure B. Roberson. Rt. L. 0
4 to 3 in a game Mrs. A. E.
there is always work for children as well as adults. not a major part of the overall economy and will nation by 1975 is realistic. Friday the local the work. He said they were Tucker Hlland Park
mould have been won by R C. Brannan L. O.
With the urban family, the father, and often the not suddenly shrink It will not be allowed to Today, six states -Hampshire Connecti, team. The boys lost to Palatka In ready to do so'just as soon a* a Etta Johnson Rt. L. O.
New
from drastically shrink cut. Maine, suit of taking was final. This suit
mother, has outside work, taking them away 6.
Rhode Island Utah. and Wisconsin Palatka 7 to Mrs. George Dexter L. O
home. They are hard put to find meaningful em- The average "little man" today; also, has many the Virgin Islands are was brought on two small parcel Leslie Oandy, LeesburgV.

ployment for their children during the months of safeguards which were not his in 1929. There is free-of plus brucellosis. In addition 298 Helvenston and Mlckler have of tion.land in the proposed construc J. Smuts, L. O.

summer recess. social security, a large supply of steady income counties In 19 other states and the Edwards Insurance P. M. Grleten. Miami Spring

This Is a situation which breeds mischief. from hospital and unemployment benefits, military Puerto Rico are brucellosis free. bought and will take care of their McMullen Food Bank. L. 0
agency Three medical doctors are
Idleness Is conductive to deviltry salaries for other millions, etc. This assures Investment Thirty-seven states have a modi- business in the careful manner for new Dr. Harold F. Preston L. OMr .
practicing In Suwannee
The Kiwanis Club Is offering a most useful Income. fled certified status by reducing which they are famous. now *. June P. Howe L. O.
County two in Live Oak and one
service in this field of youth employment. Many It is, of course, possible that the market adjusts Incidence of the disease to leas In Branford.Dr R. R. Hudson. Branford

of the applicants on file with the club have taken and there have been sharp declines, as In than one per cent of their cattle. James Horton ha joined FJaa Jones Okee hobee
Target date for completing modi- J. M. Marable. one of the ex- Jack P. Jones Rt. L. O.
tests performance tests. Some have May, 1882. After all, the market cannot continue
aptitude or of Dr. John N. Sun in the practice Otto Wettsteln
fled certification Is 1967. tensive turpentine operators Jr. Leesburg
had experience which is useful. to go only up. But it Is probably Impossible for Luravllle attended to business of medicine here while Dr. Hugo Era B. Smith Rt. L. O.

We would encourage anyone who has an another crash, on the scale of the 1929 crash, to Brucellosis is one of the animal matters In the city this week. Sotolongo has joined Dr S. L. Annie H. Mill, L. O.
opening for even part-time work to call the Kiwanis occur today ) diseases that Is transmissibleto Hadden. Dr. J. M. Price and Dr. D. E. Lee. Msnassa.. Va.

Youth Employment Service, 623-3247 -Cocoa Tribune humans In humans it Is commonly Irby H. Black make up the other Farle R. Moore. O'BrienD.
Miss Vlrdle Iris Haddock has two medical men to give Live Ok
Give our young people a chance.Presa.Gazet.te. known a. undulant fever. F. O-Connell. Miami
Milton /Medicine In 1948 more than 300 cases of been re-Hftced superintendent of six practicing physicians. Dr. Robert Eusti!: E. Greene. Rlvervlew
Quackery the third division of the Epworth Oreenwell has
joined Dr. E.: G.
reportedIn Mrs. Roland
human brucellosis were Hines Rt. L. O
Human greed manifests itself in League. Hutch Jr. In .
myrald ways Branford.At
Wisconsin. So far this year on- Joe Sharpie. L. O.
Discretion In Order Few of them are pretty.
ly two cases have been reported.In J. L. BUckweU L. O.
Negro integration leaden have served notice Newspapers constantly turn up a new wrinkle 1052 brucellosis was costing 19,10SherwOOd a meeting of the State Racing Mrs. F. O. Howard. L. O?

that their activities this summer will be concen. or scheme some fertile mind has devised for separating Wisconsin some $18 million a year. Commission held in' Talla- Elisabeth!: Bailey. Branford

trated in the states of North and South Carolina, fellow humans from the hard. arned cash During the put year less than 400 Harvard was appointed haasee on Tuesday Clarence H. Rev. Raymond O. White Jr

'Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, All too often the gullible victims are the ones cows were affected and estimated by director of the Suwannee I Ratllff. Lire Oak automobile dealer 1. O. .
and Mississippi. who can least afford the loss. lop. had dropped to around $50- County Jaycee to head a com- was formally elected a* chair- Mrs C B. Motte, Wellborn

They have also given indications that their But of all the "confidence" cult and get-rich- 000 annually. mittee to compile a list of rooms man of the commission. Mrs. J. D. Williams Rt.. L O. j

main thrust will be in the direction of Negro voterrelstr..tlon. quick schemers among the most despicable are the A glance at a recent brucellosis that wM be available during the T

practitioners of medical quackery who prey on the eradication' progress map of the tobacco selling season to representatives
Florida hemmed In on
U J3. shows
Judging from past experience. there seems, suffering and fears of the seriously ill. modified certified of tobacco: companies
north by
the who will be buying on the local
little hope the South will the more explosive Instances of that are too familiar
escape in
even a area As bf> March 31 this year market after August I.
forms of the Negro revolt. Racial leaden apparently time when medical research has come up with 3.391, counties In the nation had James B. Daniels

believe such push tactics are. successful. Why answers to problems that only a few years uo achieved that status and 192 Mis Barbara Hunter returned
ww.nbs..0oes lanmr I 't' MMMd UlMlubU. were engaged In 40Inplete ease horn Sunday from Madison Win\ ,
The Reverend William Medearls of University What brings the subject to mind is'the story testing. where she attended the Phi Beta
Park: Church of Christ near Washington, DC. of a court case involving a self-styled and self Only 10 North and West Florida national convention., Funeral Homes

may have an answer to that question. A native taught cancer "expert" who had been giving treatments counties are modified certified
of Tennessee and a graduate of Harding College in to young leukema victims. areas In the balance of the state, Thursday night saw watermelon -

Arkansas, Reverend Medearls contends the Integration In convicting him the court Imposed maxi- where the great majority of our traffic over rail In Suwannee LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
located littto eradication
movement Is beginning ,to bring too much mum penalty permitted by law and openly voiced cattle are has, been made. County at a standstill with price
pressure on the southerners. regret that it couldn't be harsher. headway dropped to a* low In some cue Now have two radio-dispatched
as $13 and $14 oxygen-
carload
per corn
Integration procedures In the South are now One hopes the story received aerial "
enough circulation It appears that some pesticide few load were reported still moving equipped ambulances call
becoming broad and, at times, drastic, thus the to warn other potential victims who might be applicator dont place avery to the Georgia diversion on twenty-
protest at more' demands and mob action taken in. high value on their personal points by truck. four hours each day in both Lire Oak

There Is a need, he says, for those outside Dixieto -COCoa Tribune safety. Some of them have Jumped and Branford.
understand the Southern mind and a need for si the gun over in Texas and are State Road Drpartment an-

certain Negro leaders to learn that lawful and discreet Facts About Arsonists using the new spray techniquefor and nounced Friday that bids wouldbe
unauthorized
methods may now be the most expedient. applying opened Tuesday of next week.
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Psychiatrists OR NICHT
In _
are pesticides
-Cocoa Tribune confirming what fire inves highly dangerous on repairing road at the Live
tigators have long believed that arsonists are undiluted form. Oak tobacco market. Lake City LIVE OAK BRANFORD
sick and motivated by an abnormal fascination. In a recent warning, the U. 8 market roada will be bid on for

Growing Up, Too Some are driven by profit or revenge But Department of Agriculture say It similar repairing at the same date 362-3333 935-4100
Boca Raton it not only growing, it Is growing many who use these as excuses are moved by an has learned undiluted parathion
up. even more, compelling motive satisfaction. and methyl parathion both highly Every: McKeithen left Wellborn

Friday night, more than 30 retail merchants The -war against those who cause such de.structlon. toxic fields, are of the being Lower sprayed Rio In Grands'cotton' Wednesday for Chicago HI. to J. B. DANIELS JR., LP.D.

turned out to reactivate the long-dormant Retail and sometimes death, may now be Upping Valley. I attend the Democratic convention.

Merchant Division of the Greater Boca Raton in favor of society So far. only malathlon has been

Chamber of Commerce Dr. David Harris a staff psychiatrist at a registered for spraying In undiluted

In a short, action-filled meeting, the merchants Washington D. C. hospital, says the arsonist now form. USDA says "accumu

not only pledge their time and cooperation to re- starts out with a strike against him because authorities lated data on hasarda. penitence

tall promotions, but also money. already have a profile of him. and effectiveness which has led DIDN'T

The retail businessmen In this cmmunlty too The arsonist will usually be a male to the regUteratlon and use of un- '

long have let the lion's share of the shopping go He will be young, his activities starting during diluted malathlon. cannot be assumed "'
out of town to apply to the use of ether SEE A
; a sin they've committed by falling to puberty. i
work to keep that chopping here. He will be pesticide '
present at the blue he Ignites.
The personal haaard to applicators ? THINO I
The decision Friday night may be one of the He is sexually maladjusted from pesticides greatly Increase s ,

most important these merchants have ever made, Mental ability or economic station In life do it theee material are used I OFFICER

and promises to help not only themselves, but the not seem to be Involved In the making of an arson undiluted rather than diluted *

customer by offering him more choice; the city by ist. "The more toxic the pesticide A

more taxes, and the community by a better spiritof Fortunately, most of these sick people are is.* say USDA. the greater the

cooperation caught and removed from society before they hasard. Applicator who want to

8am Vincent and his steering committee who reach their 30% as a result of greater understand use the new technique are urged
worked hard to to stick to malathion while further p ,wITS
so bring this about, deserves the ing of the arsonist.
tests are bring made and more
of
thanks the community
Cocoa Tribune Information Is being accumulated.
t Boca Raton Newt

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I recall reading sow tine ago
I
The Civic Club The Suwannec DemocratOF that African: cannibal avoided .

A tot of people criticise- and make fun of the white who were' heavy smoker
various civic LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Nicotine: gave the flesh an unpleasant
organization "Meet, eat, and ad '
journ" has been laid scomiuflly. flavor. EASY to see that a growing Savings Account gives
"In the Iyeer4 _/ ,A. Sae....... River V.U.," : Now I note scientists are playing I
While this phrase might be true occasionally,
around with something along one a feeling of confidence
those who use it as an overall description are the same line pUl. or ".,.U- peace of mind of 'getting I Isomewhere
simply displaying their Ignorance of the many ac. BANNER Consolidated LEADER: mla repellent*, to be taken orally *
compllshments of the clubs and organisations., Established 184 August. J, 1S9T Established 1IM that tend to make human un- Put \10% of your earnings into a Savings I

Imagine what Lake Wales would be like if rabUaaed Every Thursday at Has a Canner Street palatable to mosquito and other Account the

there were no civic organisations. The routine of Louie C. Wadsworth... Editor Publisher biting Insects.It at Commercial and enjoy that secure feel t
taxation and spending for city functions would Clara looks like a great future for
S. Wadsworth ."..... Associate Editor ing.
manufacturer but I
aWl be carried on by elected official but there the drug : ,
Walter Lee Olive
..... Advertising Manager wonder sometime how well' the
would be no group to sponsor worthwhile programs, George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman human system win be able to cop
or to develop and secure new assets for the city I
with aU the MW product being
Indeed Lake Wales would be a somewhat dreary Second Pass Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida' developed to be taken Internally or

place In which to live If it were not for the scores SUBSCRIPTION Buwannee County ".GO by Injection.
of local dozens who band themselves together In RATES Outside Suwannee County ".00 .

clubs: and other organisation to promote projectsin
ALL BUBSCTUHTIONa Payable In Advance Gigantic; Force'
which they believe. Ice covering the Arctic Ocean
And yet an of these organization are composed can be mine to twelve' feet thick. COMMERCIAL BANK
of only about ten per cent of our population. but it suggests a thin layer of dust

Think of what could be accomplished If the other on a bucket: of water. The ocean, -
ninety per cent rolled up their sleevei and took an e MDmmOPI reaching depth of 12.000 feet un- I OF LIVE OAK

active part In making Lake Wales a better place leashes gigantic fort** that crush
in which to C1axa and grind the surface ice Into LIVE OAK FLORIDA,
11"1... fantastic ridge* and formation
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: ,g ( f&ue'ed I Mrs. William Harvey Yeager I Mrt. Johnson, Will I Nobles-Striddaml Bride-Elect I
tb
I- Celebrate Birthday Wedding July 3 Luncheon Honoree

; Mrs, Jieob Johnson will "! ,. The private dining room of the
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brsle her Ittnd birthday .n I Holiday Inn In Lake City was the
WOMeNCLARA Saturday. J..,. II. \ I setting on Tuesday, June 29, for a
She will be ai home U friends luncheon honoring Miss Elaine
wishing to call between the :" Dennis, bride-elect of July, with
hours .f three and six .'dOt" ..,.' il.'... I I Mrs. W H. Williams. Mrs. R. T.
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Miller Mrs Oeorge E.:
Dexter and
S. WADSWORTH Society: Editor I I
I Miss Verna Brinson as hostesses.
Kathy, 3Iarpie Brown 11 4 A pink and lavender motif was I.
Miss Jackson, Mr. Yeager Exchange Nuptial VowsIn Birthday Party honorees """",".. carried out In the floral arrangements

Doublering, Candlelight Ceremony In June Kathy Brown six years old and ::1 and on placed the tables around which the featured room
Miss Shirley Ann Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Margie Brown three years old ,, hydrangeas and gladioli
Raymond Jackson of this city, and William Harvey Yeager, daughters of Mr and Mrs Lee F Bridal place cards marked the
son of Dr and Mrs. Wayne Yeager of Valdosta, Ga., were Brown were honored with a joint seating places.
united in marriage on June 26 at 8:00: p.m. in the Clay birthday party on June 30 at their Each: of the hostesses presented

land Dnntiof' Church with the Rev. Cecil .Pnitlvanf v._........ nffl v.-,.<. home on Welter Avenue the honoree with a gift
tint ;&the double-ring candlelight The refreshment table was covered Present with the honoree and
with a "Happy Birthday" .. hostesses were Mrs Braxton Den-
I ceremony was Bill Cunningham ushers were cloth and centered with the white nis mother of the bride-elect.
Mr. Carol Newberry. planet, Billy Jackson brother of the
embossed birthday cake which
Mrs. E:. E:. Williams 8r? mother of
accompanied Mrs. Brady Brinkley.soloist. bride. John Hethlngton. Leslie Olson -
held three candles on one side and the groom-elect, Mrs Monroe
who sang "Because", Charles Pendleton. and Ron- six on the other William, stiter-ln-law of the
"Whither Thou Ooest", and ald Hollum Andy Jackson brother -
Osmes were led by Mary Lee groom-elect. Mrs J, L. McMullen.
) "Wedding Prayer"Forming of the bride, Junior usher,
I was and Susan Brown sisters of the Miss Carolyn Huffman Mrs. T J
the background for The bride was given In marriageby honoree and Diane Abcrcnxnbl In a quiet but Impressive ceremony Kennon Mrs, John Adlcks. Mrs
the nuptial vows was a H-branch her father. For her weddingshe Clark Hasen received the price and In the presence of the W, Z. McLeod. Mrs. J, D Martin.
candelabra In the center with an wore a floor length gown witha r l e ei for the older group and Teresa Immediate family Miss Vicki Lynn Mrs. J. W Harvard Miss Bloke
eight branch tree top candelabraon fitted Chantllly lace bodice featuring Cannon for the younger Nobles daughter of Mr and Mrs Koff. and Mill Qayle Wynne
either side two seven branch a Sabrina neckline and Cup cakes kool aid. and Ice Warren Nobles wu united In e
candelabra completed the candelabra > calla lily sleeves The deml bell cream was served during the afternoon marriage with James Ronnie
setting. The floor baskets skirt of Ivory silk was accented and favors of bubble turn Strickland eon of Mr and Mrs Vota Vita Class
of white gladioli and white mums with an apron overlay\ the chapel balloons and candy given each & J, Strickland also of this city,
Interspersed with Jade greenery train was caught at the back witha guest. on Saturday morning, July third Honor licit Johnson
further enhanced the setting. The bow..Her veil of silk Illusion was Invited were Burt and Mike at eleven o'clock with the Rev. The Vota Vita Class of the First'
couple received the benediction on finger Up and attached to a crownof J 4'a1'rr' McCrlmon. Clark and Debbie 1Usen. Ewell: Johnson of the Weitwood Baptist Church met Tuesday evening -
a prayer bench of peso de sole. rosebuds and seed pearls. She w Teresa and Dennis Cannon Baptist Church officiating at the In the home of Mrs, Jacob
Miss Mary Jeanne Steen. maid carried a white orchid encircled Angela and Frank Futch" HI double-ring ceremony I Johnson.
of honor. wore a lovebird green with ttllea of the valley from which ,> Cindy Duncan Linda and Brenda The background for the nuptial Mrs. Johnson was given a surprise -
gown with a lace bodice featuringa feU white satin streamers.Mrs. y Kay Cspell. Donald and Charlotte vows were two seven branch candelabra party by the class In honorof
scooped neckline the floor Jackson wore a coral rose Burch Ben and Celeste Stalner holding lighted cathedral her 103nd: birthday
length bell-shaped skirt of slipper lace sheath dress and a lace Jacket Ken Allen Sarah. Sharon and tapers placed In front of the white Games were enjoyed during the
satin was graced with a and matching accessories. She Tommy Wiggins Emma Sue Ed-: satin draperies with a large evening and gift* presented to
matching cummerbund. She worea wore a white orchid. wards John Cheek Billy and gasket of white gladioli ", Mrs. Johnson
brow tipped veil attached to Mrs. Yeager wore a pale blue Nancy Smith Osry Sspp David with greenery centering these,oor. .
fabricated roses and leaves. Miss silk linen with an Empire waistline Carmichael Jason Dunn. Jay either aide of the candelabras Each cotton fiber Is a single cell
Steen carried a single American matching accessories, and a Johnson Beth Green. Kath J Jade trees. protruding from the epidermal
Beauty long stemmed red rose pink carnation corsage. PUtt and Mrs Otto Dlckmsn Mr Smith Honor Moore. Mimi Koon Tommy Bkln- Mile Nobles was attended by layer of the seed
bud. Following the wedding Mr. and served punch. Floor hostesses were I ner, Linda. Cindy, and Todd Haw Miss Elaine Stanford as her maid
Mrs Albert Smith sister of Mrs Jackson entertained with a i Mrs. Houston Cundlff. Mrs Mar. Bridal Attendant kina, lames Taylor Joan Tyre of honor., Miss Stanford wore a
the bride and matron of honor reception In the ClsjrUnd Cafe- I vin Horne Mrs Larry Taylor and I Mrs Albert" Smith sister of Miss Luke Rouse, Lynn and Jimmy' blue suit and white accessories
wore a gown Identical to that of torlum. I Mrs. Karen Copln. Shirley Jackson brld'-tl< the maid of honor and she also Mrs. Ruth Taylor greeted the I Betty Crone Owens, cousin of with a buffet supper sister of the honoree. best man for the groom. July of an odd.
carried a single American Beauty guests at the door. Mn. Wallace.I the groom, kept the bride's book. honoring: Mill Jackson and her Miss Nobles wore a two piece
long stemmed rose bud. I Boatrlght and Mrs. Houston Roberta The bride graduated from Su- attendants Thursday evening JarksonYeujjrrIMirarwil cranberry suit with a dainty white numbered :year, renew
Serving the groom as best man I cut the cake Mrs. Waldon wanes HUh School and from June 14, In Ute home of Mrs. Otto ( blouse accented with cranberry' your drivers license!
Dickmsn. Party edging and a white orchid corsage.
Dr, and Mrs Wayne Yesger entertained Following a wedding trip to this month.
The buffet table was centeredwith
with a rehearsal partyIn Tampa the couple will be at homeat
a floral design of shsita
FIRST FEDERAL PAYS A the Blue Room of the Suwan- III Buwannee Avenue. Mr,
daisies and gladioli.
Mill Jackson presented gifts nee Hotel 1 Friday' evening June IS, Strickland ls engaged with his Reece Brown
following the Jsckson-Yrager father In the pole business.Renewi .
to her attendants. wedding rehearsal a. COUNTY JUDGE
: Of.DIVIDEND Present with the hostess Mrs
;i 411 On the punch table was a three ( Yew KubwHMlMi New)
CURRENT D rkman. and the honorees were
branch candelabra of silver entwined *
Mn. Raymond Jackson and Mrs
/O PER ANNUM{ Wsyne Yesger with Ivy silver trays of
petit fours and party sandwiches For The Best In
with compotes of nuts and mints
If your saving are now with Institution in other areas, come by our Children would probably be were placed on the teble.
office and see how you can arrange to have them transferred. And much better If they dldnt have Residing over the crystal punchbowl ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
remember, all savings accounts opened or additional funds added to the example of adults to follow were Mill Joan Holmes and
existing accounts by the 20th earn dividends from the first. Nile Nancy McKelthon. STANDARD ROOFINGand
North Florida Junior College. On the antique buffet was an
Tin groom graduated from Rlv arrangement of gladioli trays of
THERE IS ,AMPLE TIME TO 'TRANSFER snide Military Academy, OslnMvUle. party foods were also placed en SHEET METAL CO.
.. Oe. tram North.. Florida the buffet.
,YOUR SAVINGS WITHOUT LASSfLLL1L Junior' College, and will attend Attending were members. of tw lit So. AuhUy Ih._."".'*+ -a 45rEiMATEaVALDOSTA'S
Valdosta BUM College this fell. wedding party i Intimidate familyof BONDED
The couple will reside at HIT the couple and out of town BEST RoorEllS
North Patterson Bt, VaMosU. Oa. guests
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PACE FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, 'LIVE OAK' FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1965 T

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Mrs. A. B. Hanson of Sanford Antlon.Tex.for nine
weeks
By Gov. Haytlon Burns Coffee Given For Here And There where
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave McNelll Lt McNelll wa enrolled In a
pltot
Miss Elaine Dennis Mrs. Emmett Holland returnedto of this city. training tchool. While
mDJ her home In Hawklnsvllle,.Oa..
Florida Service Medal Presented Mrs. T. J. Kennon and Mrs.Donald Tuesday after spending' several The couple were stationed at the school McNelll was promoted
Elaine .' Randolph Air Force Base, San to a first lieutenant.
Burch honored Miss
days with her son-in-law and "l
Gen. Louie C. WadsworthAward Dennis with a coffee Friday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank .
Brig. ; morning July second at the homeof Futch Jr.. and grandchildren, Angela -

of the Florida Service Medal to the Democrat's Mrs. Kennon. and Frank Futch m. .
Centering the serving table,
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Montgomery
publisher, Brig. Gen. Louie C. Wadsworth, was which was overlaid with a pink Jr., left Saturday morning for
authorized by General Orders No. 61, dated 28 June linen cloth: was an arrangement Las Vegas Nev., and other pointsof
1965. Presentation of the award was made by Governor of Tiffany and Roundelay roses Interest In the western part of
Haydon Burns at parade ceremonies of the Florida Army accented with Malden Hair fern In the United States.
National Guard Saturday at Port a cut glass container. The silver
Stewart, Oa. His assignments In the post-war coffee service and trays of party H more truck for your buck !
The citation follows: Florida National Guard Include food completed the table. Lt. Dave McNeill Jr.

Commanding Officer, 1st Bat The color scheme of pink and Is Visitor Here

HEADQUARTERS talion 124th Infantry Regiment; red was continued In the living Lt. and Mrs Dave R. McNelll Jr. TOWN AND COUNTRY
MILITARY DEPARTMENTState Executive Officer 124th Infantry room and entrance foyer with roses -
Oa.,
have returned to Valdosta MOTORS
of Florida Regiment; Executive Officer OOOW DID DIZZY and fern In smaller symmetrical after spending several days with INC

Office of The Adjutant General Combat Command A; Executive designs. Mrs. McNelll's parents. Mr, and U.S. 129 North Lire Oak Fla.
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DEAN GET
State Arsenal, St. Auguatlne'GENERAL Officer Division Trains, 48th HISNICKNAME Containers of ivy flanked either
ORDERS Armored Division; Chief of Staff, ? side of the living room mantle. -----
NO. 61 48th Armored Division; and Commanding Assisting Mrs. W. H Williams,
28 June 1969 Officer, Combat Commend By BOB soon who served, were Mrs. J. B. Hunter
AWARD OF THE A. He wag appointed Assistant :JAY HANNA DEAN acquired of Qultman Ga., Mrs. O. B.
FLORIDA SERVICE MEDAL Division Commander 48th the nickname Busy when he. Ross, Mrs. Henry Dover, Mrs I
1. Award of the Florida Service Armored Division 29 July 1962.and was pitching In a spring exhibition Parks Johnson and. Mrs. P. C. rs

Medal. Under the provisions of Deputy Commander, 65th Com of the game Texas to 1931 League.for Houston Dean Crapps III.Keeping.

Section IV, FNGR 1-2 the follow. mand Headquarters, 1 May 1963. fanned M many White Sox hitters the guest book was
Ing named officer of the Florida 4. General Wads worth's devo- that a Chicago coach Miss Elizabeth Gay with Mrs
National Guard Is awarded the tion to duty U exemplary of the yelled to his players, "That kid Kennon, Mrs. Burch, Miss Elaine MISCELLANEOUS For -Sale! -Real Eltate
Florida Service Medal for completion highest traditions of the military makes you look dizzy" The Dennis, and Mrs Braxton Dennis
of thirty (30) years service service. Hall of Tamer went on to a receiving the guests.Approximately LITTLE ADS I MRS.Ave.BLACK'S HOUSE on 11th
Brigadier General BY COMMAND OF dizzy 150-83 career record. 35 guests called FARMERS Priced right
Louie C. Wadsworth. 0-260016 THE GOVERNOR: DM. by last r..tu,. Syndic*!* during the appointed hours of the BIG RESULTS MONEY for your farm opera. Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
2. General Wadsworth enlistedin HENRY W/McMILLAN morning.' Uons at reasonable coat. Terms RIVER
the Florida National Guard In Major General\! Line Card Of Thanks The honoree received a gift In BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE to fit your needs. Loans up to REALTY
7 Call
North Florida Production
years.
1923 and was commissioned a The Adjutant General We would like to express our silver from the.hostesses.. Whatever the purpose yea will Credit Assn. 8. Ohio 407 Dowllng St.
2d Lieutenant In 1929. He enteredon U. sincere thanks and appreciationto find Democrat elaialfieds d. Ave. Live Oak. TeL 382-2588. Farm Bureau Bid,.
active duty with the 124th Infantry our many friends and neigh the Job, quickly and well c abe-tf Phone 382-1529
,
Regiment in 1940. Increasingly Far Enough BehindIn bors to Dr. Kane and the staffat De Ready To Slop WINSTON J. ROGERS. Realtor

Important responsibilities rainy weather stay far the Suwannee County Hospitalfor Keep your foot off the accelerator VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP, Specializing' In Farm & Acreage I
and promotions followed: Captain enough behind the car ahead sO itwon't their kindness and help during and poised on the brake DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Machine machlneless.: and cold Bitfru" and Lonnn
April 1942: Major December 1942; spray road grime on your the Illness and death of our loved' pedal as you approach aU Inter 5:00: F.M. Tuesdays wave permanent given. Ope I
Lieutenant Colonel, July 1943; and windshield and temporarily blind one. sections. By being prepared and rators Annie H. Mills Myr FARM AND I
.to Colonel in January 1946. you. A split second can mean the The Family of able to atop you can avoid most LOW RATE FOR RESULTS tie Mills, and Mary Drew TIMBER LOANS
3. General Wadsworth was separated difference between avoiding an Mrs Clara B. Allen accidents. Boatright. Manicurist Rub' AVAILABLE:
from, active Federal serviceIn accident and having one, especi- U. 1H cents per word with a Sanford at Annie's each Thursday For Information call or see

April 1946 as Colonel Infantry. ally on wet roads. (Office Supplies{ at McCrimon's) (Renew Your Subscription Now) minimum of u.... hi Friday, and Saturday 406 PAUL S. A.Ohio BYRD
I (AU classifieds nan be paid coal U Ave.
I J advance.) Live Oak Florida
Phone 362-1389


Semi Annual CLEARANCEWith Classifieds ONE WEEK ordered FREE for the MEMORIALWORK ANY TYPE FOR SALE: House and e lot tf

weeks, run the last work; free Q\\ 110' x 160' on 8. Walker An
".00 will pay for a 21 word J. O. Cannon at Cannon &
Further Reductions advertisement for five weeks. DONE Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 362len .
Us. Buwanne Democrat Class cajj tf
fleds for Proven Results.
LADIES FASHION SHOES t Granite Marble Bronze HORNE
REALTY
0';' : r Phone 3823333UVE CORP.
HELP WANTEDCURB BRANCH OFFICE
OAKMONUMENT
; III
I W. Howard SL
Joyce .1 HBLP WANTED NOW. CO. GEORGE B. DES

Red Cross } $9.90 }"' isI Age IS to 40. Apply In personA U Homer Sanford Rep. I Associate .
i $12.99to$15.99Values :, 't4 & W Drive In. call, Phone 362-1685
'
Sylvia Christie WANTED Waitresses Apply a' PHOTO COLORING W OIL 120 ACRES
j Dixie GrUl. cajj tf Charles A. Taylor Rt. 4. Box Almost }. mile on Suwannee River
186. Live Oak Fla. Phone 362 Some Marketable Timber
Calif. Cobblers WANTED: 1 lady to work In 2283. caJJU Good Location
kitchen and 1 curb girl If interested 020.000.20% Down
Huntleigh } $ 9.99 to $11.99 Values $7 90 apply In person. Parter' -
Drive In, Jasper Highway.of SEWING MACHINE: CENTER 3 Bedroom Home on Edge of Town
Villagers tf DONT FUSS CALL US Nice Size Lot Carport

't. -iI, .. .. FEMALE HELP WANTED SINGERand $ .800 Some Termsor
>
,," .. Age 21 to M; good health: I bout all other makes rebuilt. here
a Summer, Casuals r. 79M;; / day B day week; Mm. education New and Used Machines Possibly Trade For Equity
} 9.99 Values $5 00 10th grade; vacation sick leave, Needle Oil Parts
& Flats
; and retirement benefits. Writeor 724 Brown St.. Live Oak Fla. FOR BALI: 3-bedroom house.

,; see Personnel Manager Sun- Phone 362-2744 approximately 4 rear old air
land Training Center, P. O, Bo conditioned on Urge comer
1150. 0atnesvI le, Florida.cfjh. Mrs C. C. Travis- Manager lot. Can 363-3079. cejj I.'

Italian Casuals :J. .00 1 .-9or cbeJ U: FOR SALE OR RENT: 3-bedroom
$ 3.99 & |4.99 Values _. 41MMe"e" WANTED Reliable couple i home. nice neighborhood cable
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TV wired for conditionercarport
woman to live In apartment free air
n and receive salary for companIon ATTENTION HOME BITTERS: ,J. B. and utility room. fW
Wilson. 637 Blackburn Are
to elderly lady US 6th 8t Phone 382.1443. e ajj-lf
Phone 362-im or 362.1074.cajl. A Complete Building ServicePersonal _

ALL SIZES WELL REPRESENTED. tf:
:til Assistance. In Planning TRAILER OWNERS:
INCLUDED ARE WHITE, BONE WANTED- White woman to lit: Construction and Financing LOTS FOR SALE
COMPANY invalid POOD TERMS. Priced ISM
and for
In home care
.. ,.... .
-ewe "-> *" *" .s
PATENTS AND SHOCK COLORS. lady. Can R. O. Fitch. 935-2WO. OUTSIDE: CITY but close In)
SHOE DEPT.special pdJJ '-11un BOB WOLFE PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor
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GENERAL CONTRACTOR 406 a Ohio An.
: WANTED A man to contract Rt. S, Bo. 11S-O Ph. MI-3JS3 I Llvt Ole Florida
to load broilers for Cotton Producers
Phone 363-13W
I UVE OAI[. TLORiDAebij.7.1P
Association. Contac elf
I Robert Smith. Farmers Mutual

Come In now-durlng our clear-ttie- Exchange, phone 3832544.cajj FOR SALE: 70 acre farm. 3
SEVEN tf
LETTER deck tale of magnificent Mercury, FOR RENT bedroom house highway front-

winner of this year's top Industry award for WANTED Graduate) student to, ate on UJS. 121. II miles south
.I Everybody likes to save cash earn while you leant the secret FOR RENT bedroom house of Live Oak. Can Saturday
-and gel extra value-end there never was a of the society of make-up artists. 3 baths, back of Fuco 03 Station. moraines 363-2044. a eJj..-.
WORD FOR can Mrs. Morgan Miller, 8. Ohio Ave. CaD 363-2003
< time than ,
.r right now I You can pick{ FOR BALK: New two bedroom
362-1060. pdjj 7-11 or S63-1OT after I.JO: pm.
your new Mercury from wide selection eaJJ U homo. |MO down |M month
I and pocket the savings Immediately. If WANT WHITE HOUSEKEEPER H. L. Kent phone 343-2333 or

you've boon puuled about when to prefer country reared) to keep FOR RENT Cabins and apart. 3 3.3 43. cajj U
S SAVINGS I make the best buy, here's the solution! house for man and wise Jacksonville ments. Budget prices Include
lights and water 8e Mrs
Make It now and make It a Mercuryl I suburb nice furnished FOR SALE
I outside apartment No objection Brown at the Bachelor Cabinson
to 1 or 2 children under IS Wlnderwtedle St between FOR BALI: Used Tim. and
Must be unencumbered. CaD Nhl Bottling Co. and the Gulf Tubes. Bargains far can.
collect J. P. Young T75-J4J4. Gas Station pcoJi ..t trucks tractors. Afl sisro avaflable. .
Jacksonville.: cafb I' Some! like ...... Hundreds
IOU8E: FOR RENT Completely to pick from. Barters Service
I furnished newly decorated. Button. O-Brk 93S-3US.. Also
2 bedrooms Howard Marian. available, through your nrtgb
\ (Office SuptUee. at McCrtuee&s. US M West Phone 343-3010 borhood service station from

rl, NJJ U .,.,...*. Tire Brrrtco, whole
ale division. U
FOR RENT Spaces' for mobilehomes. cadj

r FOR LEASEFOR Plenty of room. Nleo, FOR SALE: New and usedPlaiva.
i iI w and clean.. Good wU water. ?tier Music C*.. North
I Lake for fishing and twtmmmK.Morgan's .
Ohio
LEASE 0 months or mono Are, Live Oak. 343-31M.
Trailer Part. OS M
} 163. 730 E: DuvtL I bedroom tail U
West Live Oak Florida. haM
f house eleetrte kitchen carpets"
: 363-3016. pcfdj 1 -10 FOR BALK- poulaa and Planter
Write M. Nevetls.
tart yard.
chain awe parts and srrrtee.Lotting .
Box 6S44. Jacksonville: or II" FOR
RENT 3-bdroom house
supplies, hoot eLuIq I.
4663. pdjj 6-10 on S. Buwannr Are. CaD Paul bow*. ban and chains. Repair
, A. ti. A A. Byrd. 3C3-13M or 3 ..1307.U for Boat small gasoUnt engines.Tyre .

'> Saw Ale Engine Srrvk! .

J' (Renew Yew Subarrifrtlo Now) A nice place In town for rent and formerly Brctrto Service Co..
I m bowie with small serrate< for 90S tlh 8t Tow smaa engine

sale. Can U2.ztU or HJ-TT4J. bedqaarten. codj tf

LOST & FOUND cajjtf I FOR SALK An ..see. of UrpanEtos. -

Panama City Beach brick duplex I guaranteed' not to 1Na.I .
OWl Brown "...... tf
accommodates 6 141 < 25 I edJJ
STRAYED from farm at Dowflng W ftt., $
Park a Black Angv male year week end Phone 10-1_. SPECIAL PRICES: en roses boO
ling weighing about 300 ft*. M peW N dahoa, Know tytorte. ruffled
found please. contact A J*. gUds. aahrta and csdadtnmsi
RECENTLY: : .*Mrtnit r> 3.
: Fortner. phono PaUo and Inside plants. Fbooe
i 1C242ta.pcJJ bedroom booM eat paved rood
1-1. -
343-2111. FRM STORE.
l' THE FORD PLACE northeast. of Live" Oak. Garden .jjl-.
STRAYED from posture a tight twee If desired $30 per oath..
I' < '. RATUFF MOTOR COMPANY Bay mar with lighter nan Writs T. A. Delegal. lat Cietmon CAL1"IS! TON BALK-Dairy b"t

i'; .. 4.j. U S.I29__ North LIVE OAK FLORIDA Ph.. and tall If found can Clifford' Road. Jacksonvfflo. Florida. an spa Nance MclCBsn. J6J261. -
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PACE SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1965


I Agencies Studying Solutions LL Stephens Completes

SALLY'S SALLIES Orientation CourseFOR

I Reporting Crime Now Presenting KNOX Ky. (AHTNC) -

WASHINGTON.I Second Lt Wayne M. tNrphens.I .
Major News Media ProblemsShould I son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude M.
D Stephens, Rt. 1, Live Oaf, com-
the press have a free hand in reporting pleted a nine-week armor- officer

crime news? Despite nearly 200 years of apparent success orientation course at the Army

Four Additional Federal Judgeships -' bill so as to raise the limit on tax- the relative freedom allowed in American pretrialnews June Armor 30.During.Center, ,Fort Knox. Ky.

In Prospect If approvedby I free merchandise to $100 from the coverage has come under heightening criticism the course Lieutenant
the House a bill which cleared $50 recommended by the Administration since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Stephens received instruction in

the Senate Wednesday will create Is the attack Justified? Is the the duties and responsibilities of
four additional federal judgeships I Collins Confirmed On Wed-
more restrictive British systemof The news media, while assuring an armor offcer and was trained
to supplement the eight which nesday of this week the Senate \n
pretrial reporting preferable
I the judges and attorneys ofa in artillery Infantry and engineer
the three districts In confirmed the nomination of
now serve More particularly, are Innocent
willingness to discuss the Issue operations, armor logistics, auto-
Florida. The bill, S. 1666, former Florida Oovernor LeRoy
empowers being sent to jail because
persons been
complain that it has motive maintenance and map and
the President to appoint one I Collins to serve as Under Secre-
jurors have been Infected with "
"blown out of proportion. They aerial photo reading.
additional judge In the Northern of Commerce, which is the
tary prejudice through press reports? point out that reporting Is more: The lieutenant la a 1963 graduate -
District of the state, in the position beneath the Bee-
one ranking
Or does an accused person obtaina professional and responsible than I of Suwannee High School In j
Middle District, and two In the I' retary. Earlier in the week I appeared -
fair trial despite occasional excesses -
In any previous period in American Live Oak and attended the 11n11 1
Southern District. The bill also before the Senate Com-
of reporting detail? history One group, the Newspaper versity of Florida In Gainesville.He .
confirms the present roving judge merce Committee to support the
These Issues make up a current Public Information Com- ls a member of Alpha Delta
permanent Judgeship for the nomination in behalf of Senator
as a
debate holding the attention of mittee, has developed statistics Sigma fraternity.
Middle District. I am hopeful thatit Smathers and myself. I am confident -
news men lawyers and Judges all showing that of an estimated .
will receive House approval for that Governor Collins will II
across the nation. From It may 40.000 U. S. jury trials Involving
would much to fill the In excellent
this Increase do position A
come a new understanding of the major crimes daring 1963 and Floating Organza*
relieve the crowded dockets in our fashion.
state Attention Again Directed To I relative roles of the press and the 1964, only three convictions were I Look for floating summer or-
'courts In the American judicial actually reversed on the grounds,
Legislative Tempo Quickens Labor Department's Muddling In ganzas and chiffons, soft M warm
process Or the nation could be on that prejudicial pretrial publicity breezes, with full skirts in navy
With much of the essential com- Foreign Farm Labor Field I
the verge of a crime news black- deprived the defendant of his
brown gilded olive green mauve
mittee work completed on pending joined with Senators Murphy
out without precedent In U. S. right to'a fair trial Newsmen
legislation, the tempo in the Sen- (Calif), Randolph (W. Va,), Ku- I/\ for softness.
history have asked the legal profession to
ate has quickened. In addition to chel (Calif.), and Allott (Colo) / .
the aforementioned bills the Senate this week In again directing Senate e lelot p__.....- .... ,%.. w"" _....... -" 4I At the moment Independent cite any cases in which: innocent lie too has a stake in crime

in the past week has approved attention to the critical har- "One good thing I can say about her. She'i so dumb now studies of the so-called "free press persons have been Imprisoned due news coverage
legislation to (1) provide regu- vesting situation existing in a she can't ret any dumber.." versus fair trial" Issue are being to prejudicial pretrial news cov "It is this day to day crime
I I
lation and control of manufacturers number of stated because of the conducted by such prestigious or. erage. reporting that keeps law enforcement *
of depressant and stimulant Labor Department's stubborn and ganlzatlons as the American Bar NPIC notes that only about seven officials honest and on their
drugs: (2) establish the types Impractical attitude with respectto Association, the Brooking Institution percent of all arrests result Injury toes. A continual flow of news
and amounts of metal to be usedIn permitting the use of foreign the states under Public Law 78. Crapps ParticipatesIn the American Newspaper trials. Of these cases most Informs the public of threats to
Our authority has been the Publishers Association, the National have been reported routinely in
production of coins; (3)) extend agricultural workers to supple- pro- life and property and reassures
the Juvenile Delinquency and ment the Insufficient pool of visions of Public Law 414, which Summer Cruises!! Conference of State Trial Judges the press and no question of pre- the citizen when a particular
Youth Control Offense Act; (4) qualified domestic labor. A prin- is still on the books. In setting USS ALFRED A. CUNNINGHAM and the American Society of judice to prospective jurors arises.In threat ends through arrest."
continue the duty exemption on cipal point of my remarks in this the record straight, I documented (DD-752) (FHTNC) June Newspaper Editors. Parallel studies some cases, pretrial reports ac. Several jurists and law enforce.
incoming scrap metal; ((5) reestablish most recent of several Floor this with a number of exhibits 23 Midshipman Third Class are under way on a joint tually bring forth witnesses or ment officials have been quoted
the tariff exemptions for speeches on the subject was to and excerpts from committee Clark P. Crapps, son of Mr. and press-bench-bar basis within at Information which aid In solving in recent months. saying the ,
citizens returning from foreign refute the frequently expressedbut hearings and Senate debates dating Mrs. P. C. Crapps Jr. of Live least a dozen stake the crime. public needs more, not less Information -
travel to grant a duty-free allow- misinformed opinion that the back to the beginning of the Oak Is currently on his summer Nor Is It all talk, Attorney General Not Infrequently press publicity about crime if lawlessness
ance on merchandise having a Intent of Congress, in permitting bracero bill and continuing to the cruise aboard the destroyer usa Nicholas Katzenbach In April helps the accused, the press ar U to be controlled.
wholesale value of $100. We also Public Law 78 (the so-called last Congressional action In 1963, Alfred A. Cunningham, operating ordered U, B. Justice Department gues. An inmate of Southern
passed three health bills and the bracero bill) to expire last De- in all of which it was made clear In the Pacific Ocean. personnel to limit pretrial disclosures Michigan Prison learning of the
District of Columbia appropria- cember, was to prohibit the futureuse that the bracero legislation wouldin During the six-week cruise, he to the basic facts of a proposed clampdown on crime USE
tions bill, thus clearing it for of foreign agricultural work- no way pre-empt or interfere will participate In all phases of case, withholding In partcular, news, wrote recently in the prison
Presidential action. I supported all ers. Nothing could be further from with the provisions of Public Law shipboard life. In addition to confessons and other Incriminating newspaper that press coverage
of the bills passed and in the case the truth. As a matter of fact 414. I also Introduced proof this standing "underway watches", he statements of persons arrested actually protects accussed persons. FUCO
of the travelers' tariff exemption Florida and the whole Eastern week of the heavy and needless will receive training In naviga- The Philadelphia Bar Association "As distasteful as the adverse I
measure I stood with those who part of the nation have never financial losses sustained by Flor- tion, communications, seaman- Issued stringent guidelines for publicity' la, It might be better to Brasd
were successful In amending the brought off-shore workers Into ida growers this year, and read ship, gunnery engineering and pretrial publicity by Its members be 'spot-lighted' momentarily than
I Into the record stronc evidence other basic naval subjects. then pulled the rules back-for to be abused in dartoe..." The
rebutting the Labor Department'sposition Summer cruises are scheduledeach further study The New Jersey Su. writer was alluding to third degree InsecticideFOR
that Florida growers have year to provide U. S. Naval preme Court has advised law enforcement tactics which might be sired
A Thought For Today suffered no losses from labor Academy and Naval Reserve Officers officers and prosecutors by the police If defendants had
shortages We Intend to hammer Training Corps Midshipmen In that state to limit releaseof no access to the public through
Br BUDDY C. HARRIS away at this problem until a fair with personal experience and Information to the press In advance the press. BEST RESULTSn

"Arise and be not afraid" . solution Is obtained. practical knowledge of naval ope- of criminal trials. NPIC emphasizes that the pub-
Agricultural Legislation Hearings rations In various types of ships. Much of the new Interest In
The words of wisdom that crime down to us from the past oftenI Completed ,The Senate press coverage of crime news
bring our mind to bear on our own lives and problems Agriculture and Forestry Com- stems from publicity\ surround

., ': need' to They recognize help as us part equip of ourselves life. There for Is what joy we in mittee, of which I am a member. Costume Suit ReturnLook Ing Let Harvey Oswald prior to JULY PA 1 SPECIAL

./" life's inevitable changes if we only remember to the Food and Agriculture Act suit for fall always with 1U own shooting of Oswald before feta FLAT, SEMI i GLOSS LATEX
gal I "W: be not afraid. Even adversity' is a good teacher of 1965 and all other pending blouse, three perfectly coordinated Uon. News media represent-
., for It is through the successful meeting of problems farm legislation and will make its pieces with nothing sportswear vision cameras stunned the natives
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that we learn how to solve future ones. Rewards report soon. The Appropriations $2.91
1 about them. however \Insist a presidential Callon.J
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that lead us to better
a understanding ifsponslblllty
Subcommittee for Agriculture, of .
.. .. t and trouble can be made to bring re- which I Chairman, has also eCook' assassination is comparableto COLORLangford S ONLY
am no other news event. and must
1 ourselves and the world around us.1IIi" s
ry I Bo W* u. an teootntM that "Into each life some completed hearings and the markus Math be reported fully and promptly\ ,
rain must fall" and let > of the agriculture money bill Bu ilders 1.
us not hesitate to meet Kitchen arithmetic: onequarter In the interests of national tecur- Supply
Ii that rain, face to face knowing full well we will and reported it to the full Committee pound of butter or margarineone ,Ity. Newsmen challenge the use of
not be afraid of it. and that ultimately it will be to our advantage I Another Appropriations
MvnutMi 81. BX. PIMM Mt-tui
to have gotten drenched by the sorows of life for with courage subcommittee upon which I serve ( stick makes eight tablespoons this case as a basis for study of
the sun! 11 bound to shine on us agaIn. Call: SUWANNEE FUNERAL pretrial coverage problems.
HOME, 625 South Ohio Avenue, 3621234. I marked up this week the Inde-
pendent Offices appropriation bill
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE which Includes among many others ...
For Suwannee County Residents the space appropriations and
I Funds for the Veteran Administration 1
BRODY C. HARRIS v

Licensed Funeral Director Fourth Of July Recess -t. The .
Senate Is In recess in observance Help those devilish Dodge
SUWANNEE of the July Fourth Holiday, and
FUNERAL HOME Mary and I are spending the brief

625 S. Ohio Arenne Virginia.vacation at When Capon business Springs resumes, West Boys stamp ouf high prices! j

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Branford Area III M LION TONSM I

(,: 240 MILLION TONS.-I *S FOR CAST

By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Men's Club MeetThe News


- **Branford Personals :Mrs. Parker Host Branford Area Men's Club 87 MILLION TONS-1964 I
met July\ S with Francis. Ward. Ford Participating In
To Methodist WSCSThe newly elected president preMdlng /1 MILLION TONS .1965 dR FCATTIQO "

Mrs. R. Griffith and daughter I. P. Phllpot Jr .and other rela Branford WSCS of the This was the first meeting; for the } I I Tank Gunnery Training
Methodist Church met in the fiscal\
Kathy, were business visitors lives year ORAFENWOHR, GERMANY
home of Mrs A M. Parker. June Utla-
Dr. E
Clyde Murphree
In Gainesville Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Gary Avery spent the weekend (AIITNC> Army Sgt Charley
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Philpot visiting her husband in Fort 30.The tant agricultural economist with J. Ford son of Mrs, Alice Ford

meeting: was opened with the agricultural extension service MIUION TONS-1 M
and son have returned to their Stewart. Mr. Avery is there attending I 325 8W Louis Blvd.. Live Oak. ls
prayer by Mrs. Wilson Suggs. After spoke to the group on the Import
home In Dover. Delaware after a Army camp short business 103 MILLION TONS-1963 *0 It CAST now participating In tank gunnery
a meeting a of outdoor recreation on the econ.
Mr. and Mrs Howard Smith of
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. training at Orafenwohr
Tampa visited friends and relatives : program was presented by Mrs. omy of Suwannee County I I 1 1 Germany,
O Z. Jones and Mrs. Orsham lie stated that the "success of
in Branford Monday.
The which
began July
training
:\ Charles Frame W. D. Fletcher U in Owen on "Hearing God Speak rural communities<<" in North Florida
patient
a
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IlL 196 MILLION
Through The Bible"Mra.
in attracting new Industry Is TOMP4S-.1964
the Suwannee County Hospitalin
Is the of the
most important event
Is Shower Honoree Uve Oak. Parker served refreshment not favorable. And, brcauie' of the 19 MILLION TONS-1965 FOHCAST
for the tank Each
crews.
Mrs. Charles Frame, the former Mr. and Mrs Leon Sims of during the social hour. There factors of age sex, and education crew yesr will undergo a tank crew
Vickie SandUn of Branford, Gainesville pent the week end were eight members present.' Involved among rural residents, qualification course at the end of
was honored with a bridal show visiting Mrs. L. A. Sims and oth- I e outdoor recreation as an IndustryIn the month.
er Saturday night in the First er relatives.Mr. l Bridge Cluh Met I I our area could have only limit. 142 MILLION TONS-1964 Sergeant Ford a member of
Baptist Church annex and Mrs. BranUey Sims of ed success. l1A
MILLION TONS-1963 FOIECAST Headquarters Company, 3d Battalion
With ales rill riverfront
Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Kelly, Lakeland are spending several man "Since property not 37th Armor 4th Armored
Mrs. Mervln Durden. Mrs. Tool days visiting Mr. Sims' mother! The Wednesday Afternoon suitable for agriculture or forestry Division regularly stationed near
Oreenhaugh. Mrs. Jack Dorsett. Mrs L. A. Sims, and other Bridge Club met this week at the the, development for outdoor Crallshelm. entered the Army In
Mrs. J. W Barn and Mrs. Rob- tives. home of Mra J. W. Plttman near recreation has possibilities. Brv
February 1903. He completed basic
tela-I EP 33 MILLION TONS 1944
ert Fletcher. R. M. Chandler returned Branford. Playing bridge with enty-flve per cent of riverfront training at Fort Gordon. Oa., and
The room was decorated: In home last week from the Mrs. Pittman were Mrs. W. R. property In Suwannee County Is 35 MILLION TONS-.196S FOHCAST arrived overseas In August 1903,
shade of pink rose, and red. The ally of Florida Medical Center Hill. Mrs T. 8. Lowry. Mrs T D. owned by nonre.ldt'nta'blch' The 30-year-old soldier la a
refreshment table was covered where he has been A patient for Minter Mrs Lois Slsson. Mrs. means that Increase In value or 1963 graduate of Douglass High
with a pale green cloth and overlaid the past seven weeks. Fred Jones Mrs. D. L. Fulghum. resale of property will not directly School.
with white net. An arrangement Lee Hatch, son of Mr and Mrs Mrs W B. Thomas and Mrs. R. affect the economy of this area." S.
of pink seasonal flowers was Leon Hatch spent the past weekIn O. Griffith. In closing Dr. Murphree stated COAl PRODUCTION WM rMDICKD-Bltuminous cal pro-
placed on the table. The Individual Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs Thomas won the prise for that "public facilities attractiveto duction this year should reach the highest output since Herat, At
cakes were Iced In white and Mrs. R W, Sherwood and family.Mr \\ high score Mrs. Minter won the non-residents will provide more 1903. predict Stephen F, Dunn, president of \the National' Dorothy !
decorated with pink rose buds and and Mra. Charle*. Thomasand fun piles, and Mra. Jones won the Income for the area than private Coal Association: The chart compares the Wi tonnage of Teacher Institute
green leaves. family of Gainesville spent card bingo\ prise. development", tfc. f".t..r users with D.""", IBM predictions.Founded Dorothy P. DrPaxa, 344 Richardnon -
Refreshments of cake punch, the week end visitlnc Mr. and The hostess served' her guest Boulevard, Uve Oak who
nuts, and mints were served: Mrs. W. B. Thomas and family\ cake Ice cream, coffee nuts and Hall-Spear WeddingSet ) In 19311The To Florida In 1911The I teaches at Douglass High School.
Games mints Live Oak. \U enrolled In the National
were played during the
first state-wide public
relations
For 10 St. Louts Browns moved
evening. The honoree received Miss Jones Receiten July organisation In the United I Science\ Foundation Summer -
Mrs. of Stanford their spring training camp from
SchoolTeachers
many lovely\ gifts. Institute for High
Sunday) School States ls the Florida Public Relations
Degree In ReligionMiss announces the engagement and Assolcatlon. founded In IMSWllkenam Waco Tet. to 8t. Petersburg In of General Science at
Ester Jones. daughter of ClaAMe Met approaching marriage of her S. 1914 and become the third major I Virginia State College, Petersburg
KILL ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM Mr and Mrs O. Z. Johes of Branford The Fidelia and Golden Circle daughter Leona Hall of Jacksonville league to move U> Florida, Va.
lUll One and apvHeation kwvla In ml MINUTES T.4-L sUps.* received her Master. of Arts Sunday School classes of the First to Floyd" N. Spears also of ServingIn ,

.... Degree In Religion June 11 at Jacksonville.The .
revile bask I. It. days. Baptist Church In Branford met Newfoundland
(forte skin ........ eft .. UllOM Northwestern University, Evanston Thursday night at the home of wedding will be an event
snare germ* rr the kIlL The' m. Miss Jams majored In Mrs Red Jone Mrs. Charles of Saturday night July 10, at AROENTIA. NEWFOUNDLAND. Special Introductory Offer
watch IIEALTHT skin awrarlTODAY sociology, Williams WM co-hostess for the 1:30: pm. In the First Baptist FHTNO June 21 Navy Lieutenant
at UTE OAK DRUG: Co.Weer Church of Branford A receptionwill William A. Wllkerson. son
.. .... She U a graduate Branford meeting Mrs. R. O. Griffith gave of and
R rmi'Q in j follow In the church annex Mr Mrs Fdiar M. Wllker*
High School, class of 1053 devotional.
the A business AU friends and relatives of the son of Branford Is serving at the New Purina 40% Pork Chow Checker
short meeting
was
couple are Invited to attend both U S Naval Station In Argentla.

rnM held.Those present were Miss Joann the wedding and. reception.. Newfoundland The base Is strategically Important $14.00 PER TON DISCOUNT ,
Dempsey Mrs Cregg Moses Mrs
since It La near North
Lewis Bell Mrs Glen Mum Baptist WMU Mel(
Atlantic shipping lane, and military
Mrs. Allen Price Mrs. Griffith, FROM REGULAR LOW PRICE
With Mrs. Thoinixtoii) units of the U. 8. Atlantic
Mrs. John Humphries Mrs. Wll-
The W.N.I1. Circle of the FirstBaptist Fleet and all allied nations can

llama At ,the and class Mrs of Jones the meeting the Church In Branford met be supported. Until July 24th Only
last Monday night at the home Both antl-submsrtne and radar
truck for buck hostess served cake and punch
mere your of Mra. BIU Thompson Mrs. D. P. patrol aircraft of the AUanue Airborne
Fletcher had charge ef the program Early\ Warning Barrier fly
Life Saver Aid on missionary work. Taking from the station. HUFFMAN & GILMOREYour
TOWN AND COUNTRY Life Jackets In a boat are not part were Miss Minnie Duncan,
MOTORS INC. guaranteed life savers U a boat Mrs. Fred Jones Mrs Glen Murray and Mrs. Thompson.The .
overturn, but the chances of survival Mrs. R. O Griffith. Mrs.UwU hostess served refreshments Friendly Checkerboard Dealer
u.s. 129 North LU O.k, Fla. are much greater. Bell. Mla Fannie Duncan. at the close of the meeting.
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OFFICERS Cash and Due From Banks 1413994.86 .

United States Securities 1,617,600.23

LOUIS J. DAY, President State County! and Municipal Bonds 456.911.67 3488506.76 ,

Loans and Discounts 3,568.499.92 t. j

W. M. JERNIGAN, Executive Vice Pre*. Overdrafts 4,853.81 3,573,353.73

Banking House 15,339.42 ''
JOHN G. ADICKS, Vice PresidentJ. Furniture and Fixtures 12101.64 27441.06 '>1


TOM MOORE Vice President .' I p6
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Total 7089301.55 ) i

CHARLES F. GREEN, JR., CroWer '

., ,, ", LIABILTTIES AND CAPITAL t

DORIS B. ALLEN, Assistant Cashier ,f// '' .'" ''' Capital Stock $200.000.00. .4


LAURA C TEAGLE Assistant Cashier Surplus 200.000.00 .
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Reserves .,. 136266.78 694,294.11 I

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LOUIS J. DAY ,...a.;: Dividend Payable July I I. 1965 10,000.00

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or THE Aboard USS America I

Pastor's CornerBy PS3 AMERICA Suwannee livestock MarketA
Valley (FHTNC) June 24 A icon
Ordnaneeman Airman Travis O. I

v total of 281 cattle and calves as high as $180-121.75; stndards Sapp, USN. son of Mr. and*Mrs.: I
REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM were sold at the Suwannee Valley $$18.50-119; utility $14.00- R. L. Sapp of 537 Colonial St. :
Livestock Market last Wednesday, $16.35; and Inferiors 11001400. Live Oak. win return to Norfolk. i
Pastor, Flnt Methodist Church u compared to 273 the week prior. Utility and standard heifers Va. in early July aboard the attack :
Trading was moderately active went for $$1J.50-$13.< with inferior aircraft carrier USS America I
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"0 God thou art my God: Psalmist says that we can pray feeder cattle and calves Utility and standard cows were the Caribbean
early will I seek The*! my soul In bed as well as anywhere else and only fair for other classes. $1U5-$14.00; Inferior $10.00- Operating out of Guantanamo
thlnteth for The, tar flesh Many is the night that I have Bulls were the only steady $1125; a few inferior cow-calf Bay, CUba America underwent
longeth for Thee In a dry and prayed myself to sleep. George product on last Wednesday's mar- pairs sold at $13.75. Calves 250- her first operational readiness
thirsty land." Psalm 63:1. Buttrlck has called prayer the ket with slaughter steers absent; 400 IDS. good grade sold at $19.80- training and inspection since she
Thus begins one of the many lost word of this generation and heifers steady to weak; cows weak $22.50; standard $17.50-$19.50; was commissioned in January
prayers of the Psalmist. As Chris one that must be rediscovered. Is to SO cents lower; and calves weak. utility $14.00-$18.75; Inferior $12.- The deployment also let the car
tiana we recognize the need for It not true that most of our praying Feeder-stocker steers week to 00-$142S. Calves 100-250 Ibs. rier fire her Terrier" surfacetoair -
prayer In our lives. We look at today Is done In times of distress 50 cents lower; heifers weak to $1 showed utility, standard, and missiles for the first time.
Jesus and readily conclude that or danger? Sure God wants off,* cows about steady; calves good $15.00-$21.00. mostly $1800 During her deployment, America
His secret of poise and power In a us to pray then, but to make steady with some 50 cents lower. up; inferior $12.00-$18.00. visited St. Thomas In the Virgin
I ruined world was His continual prayer really effective In a per- Near three-fourths cleared tofeederstocker A total of 849 hogs were sold at Islands.
; practice of prayer. His disciples son's life and for It to make a dif- accounts while fully the market Wednesday with mixed .
I 6) acknowledged this fact and secretby ference In daily living, it must I Ie l 40 per cent of the total were grade 180-210 lb. barrows and Cancer Service Unit
feeling the necessity for It In become a regular habit. Jesus calves with no slaughter' steers gilts bringing 2222. 210-240 lb.
their own lives and making this : made It a habit, and yet not a sold.Standard selling at $22.30; 240.2701b. $21.- To Hold Work Day

one request of Jesus, "Lord teachus habit that was mere routine it lOot Ftf..srww h*. It.,. V...U HfU. ....* heifers sold for 118.50- 80; 160-180 lt>. $2125: 140-160 lb. The American. Cancer Society
to pray". They realized that was a habit that had meaning.We $21.00: utility $00-117.00; cutters $20.85; 120.140 lb. $170: 100- Service unit will hold a work day
the strength of the Master came read In Mark 1:35: "And In the "I hope you don't mind. I'm all out of novociln." $11.00-$13.00. 120 lb. $17.60; and 80-100 lb. Thursday at the home of Mrs
from the vital touch He had with morning, a great while before day, Cutter and utility cows brought bringing $17.00. Morgan Miller, service chairman
the Father In prayer. When they He rose up and went out and departed IM.75-fl4.50; canners $9.25- Most sows 180-600 Ibs. $17.70; at lOt W Howard St.
I saw Him face angry men unafraidand Into a desert place, and Pine Level $12.00; and shells $8.00-18.00. one boar $8.00. Good medium Those wishing to work an day
with calm courage, they soon there He prayer." (AJ3.V.) This, Cutter and utility bulls were feeder pigs 50-125 Ibs. took top are asked to bring a sandwich for
came to know that this strengthand for Him was a basic habit. $13.75-$18.73, mostly $19.50 up; money at 121.50-123.75. lunch.
power came from above. There are three things that we Miss Vivian Johnson visited Misses Joan Anders and Vivian canners $10.00-11400.
When they heard Him respond to ought to do In our prayer life I Joan Anders Tuesday evening. Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs.Clint Good calves sold for $20.00-
the cruel, torturing deeds of men (I) Seek a regular convenienttime Mr. and Mrs W. B. Clark visited Flowers and family Tuesday even mO; standard $$17.00-$20;
by saying "Father, forgive them; to pray This may not be easy Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes ing. with a few low quality bringing Those devilish Dedge Boys are dealing again!
for they know not what they do," In times like these. For some this Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen $12.00$14.75.Good .
they concluded that only one who convenient time may be early in Mrs. Lizzie Clark and Mrs. Win and daughter Clara, of Live Oak feeder-stocker steers went '
lived close to God In prayer could the morning. For others it may be nie Hayes visited Mr and Mrs. AI were supper guest of Mr. and 65 DODGE POLARA
ask such forgiveness. late at night. But we find Jesus Cadow Thursday afternoon.Rev. Mrs. Drew Holmes Saturday night.
We recognize In prayer a vital praying early In the morning and Charles Johnson of Perry Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Strickler Forestry Training
force, one essential to Christian late at night. I firmly believe that spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and daughters, Darlene, Rosalene
living Nevertheless, few of us one of the problems of today's Harry Lepper. and Beverly, of Sarasota spent Camp Opens At Town and Country
really pray. Few of us genuinelygo generation is that we live too Mr and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of the week end here with Mr. and
to God In prayer. If we read much by the clock! We are much Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Norman Anders. Oleno State ParkThe Motors, Inc
on in the Psalm we find that the too "Time conscience". Our lives R. W. Moseley Wednesday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keeling of U.S. 129 North

today are ordered on schedule. We Ing. Live Oak spent Sunday with Mr. annual Train- LIVE OAK FLA.
31st
go to work on schedule. We feed Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visited and Mrs. Drew Holmes. Forestry
Trailer HarborFOR the; baby on schedule. We go toed Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mllford Mr and Mrs. H. M. Moore visited Ing Camp opens Sunday, July 11.at .
O'Leno State Park near High
> around the same time every Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
MOBILE HOMES Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jarvis of Springs.
night. We need to "take time to Saturday night.
STATE APPROVED AND be holy, speak oft with thy Lord". Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. J. H. Clark and baby spent More than 230 Future Farmers
INSPECTED of America from all parts of Florida -
(2) We need to seek a suitable Willie Howell were supper guests Thursday with Mrs. Harry Lepper.
PATIOS FOR EACH place for prayer. ThU may be "a of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes were will attend. Two intensive
TRAILER BPACETELEPHONE
one-week sessions stress trainingIn
desert place", or a mountain top Tuesday night. supper guests of Mrs. J. H. Rey-
CABLE TV AVAILABLE AND : or a hillside, or In our office or Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were nolds In Live Oak Friday night. practical forestry methods
kitchen. It is where we can feel business visitors in Perry Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clayton via. tropical forestry, gum farming
Corner of Brrwn St. andN. forest fire prevention and control,
Anna Ave. the nearness of God the strong Ited Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Clark farm forestry, tree Identification, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA FIIONt UlsuaA..ta
HOWARD WRIGHTOwner est. This Is the place. I like to thou prayest, enter Into thy closet Saturday night. woods lore, forest insects and Me-ChlUresi tee-Tat Iswta4e4
and kneel at the altar of my church and when thou hut shut the M. J. Lepper of Lake City visited -
OlM't'ator362.t303 diseases outdoor recreation and BOX
OFFICE SUMMER RCTIEDULX
or walk along the banks of the door, pray to the Father which lain Mrs. Julia Lepper awhile |
wildlife management. Raimrtar Open 1S:4S-Merle 1MSasrfay :
river. Jesus said, "But thou, when secret." Of course In this busy Saturday evening. Campers are vocational agriculture Thrash Friday Oven 1:45 Merta ':H *.
world of crowded rooms and houses -
students who have demon-
this not be easy, but we
may strated an Interest In forestry TRUR"DAynmAY."LY '-1 -
Dress Potatoes _
can still find "a place of quiet Up
rest, to the heart of God. heard through school projects. ELVIS FRESLST
Special Introductory Offer near Every one ha* of dressing Professional foresters from the
I (3) We should seek a regular up a baked potato with sour cream Florida Forest Service, the .University TICKLE ME
routine a plan for our devotional but how about whipping creamycott.e of Florida School of Forestry .
I New Purina 40% Pork Chow Checkers life. Devotional boob are being cheese with chives until and private industry make CARTOON,"
used by millions of people today
smooth and
serving on a piping
up the Instructional staff. Camp "ATU1lDU', JOLT l>
This helps us get started. Some hot potato
counselors Include Florida voca-
$14.00 PER TON DISCOUNTFROM may find a hymn book an aid to tional agriculture teachers. ,. STEVE II.QUEDrGREAT
worship. I once knew a saintly Trot lines set lines bush
and Operating expenses for the Forestry ESCAPE
lady who often did her' prayingIn hooks cannot be baited with live Training Camp oldest of
REGULAR LOW PRICE the church during the day. because
or whole fish or any part of any Its kind in the nation are paid res.tsMNe.S-'
she could have the use of fish
game by forest products Industries.
the hymn book. There's no better BOWERT BOYS
Until July 24th Only way to get the true message of the
BOWERY TO BAGDAD
hymn than by Just reading the
words quietly in an atmosphere of MODERN
worship.So /' AERIAL AY.MONDAY.T'Y."DU', trtr 11.11-11
HUFFMAN & GILMORE
we need to pray today. It .
gives us confidence and hope. It APPLICATION THE GIRLS ON THE BEACH

I Your Friendly Checkerboard Dealer Help gives us us to strength"be still and and know courage.that Spraying Sealing_ Dusting_ Fertilizing CARTOON NEW.WEDNEADAT -

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t'In Buildin New Lawn ... Okta. Arraa* u. fMtto *.w."ia--c.: : ..a. H. *4 ..... ....... Twrntr-olno lit),
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I I GAINESVILLE Planning and keep in mind. /... 8tnt T* fait t. tk* rolalof .. l..r W. Oitora, Viol Ottora.Jlotaip koii4ro4 oo-tluniM 4tk*
V koflaalaa1., Orooa T....., [. D. Taraor, I* and -re-o'; ,K.ln. tknon
l-epsratf'on those are the keys The best soil is always the top (Editor's Note: These questionsand Tko .... ., tk* Coart ta ...... said. P. .. H....... ...., How.ll. E.: H. .. Nortk o 4l.t...* ., ,... on4on
wben building a new few inches If extensive answers are compiled by William alt .... .k*** ta.,,,.... to tko Clrralt OIMO, WaHm arora, .c.- Wit.I..5. .k.Mlro4. .llltr-two, .D-lk remember grading Court of Ik. ThIrd Ju4tolal cv.... ., N0. .. W.H.. .....,... (I o"4 "'/1'**> .kol.lo.IS ..
t vn U necessary: the topsoil should M. Eanes. District Managerfor Florida, hi sad for SuwaaaM Coantr.PtorMo ,0. Wrll., [..NI : Now.ll: ,.. MO KMt o ./....... Of (...
i be removed and the Social Security Administration sat Iko ..*' tit.to to said 5.111 : Now.16 .,, :,, a sad fo.r kiin4r4 .I "'-*
JOne of the first decisions you replaced after MOM lei Tk W_.'. dab ., Lin H.woli II...... e....... Aria Rah* tkaoMnatk (IS .ni ilO'i
lust make according to Dr. Q. C. the grade has been determined."If at Valdosta. tunes invitee Oak. o orponttao not for pr.flt.4 Ba.waaaM ('.....,. MM L. H...... Dorothy' ..../... ,...... no Sou Ik o 4l. ......
readers to mall their question to 0 Coaalr PtorMo. Ptolatlff. ... H. H......... Carl H....... G... of Ikra set on. ko.4r4 .1.l l.-
orn, associate turf technologist high quality topsoil' is not '...... a4 Coonta Itallroo4. vom> In4o H. ......,. 1:....... ....kr.jMatt tw *.. ...*.......,..* (I sad IIIl4 /.
fth Florida's Agricultural Ex available either on the building him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta.Oa. pap, .1 044 IMMMata.WltaMa H. C.... Loala W. COM*. > .kiln. to tko point of ....,..
alto close Please do not mall your Inquiries a r MR4 a Ctork of tk.* dr. IMTM H. Ck.a.r. It all. aa4 If Itln.; Sat oil of thee port ., ...t....
rtment stations. Is the type of or enough to be economically rail Court sad aal of this. Coart ta M.. 4... *a I to plant. hauled the best approach to this paper.. r 0.... ........ Ouatr.. ........... Ills I4lk4ar koln. 4.IMM, totatoM, .n4lton.oMMaora. ..$......,.w5. of ,... LI... Sal P.rrp.d
I vn grass is to Improve what QUESTION: I am over 65 and '..., Ax D. till. aaalina aa4 .. all p... C.II 11.11...... LUll AND ExCtrs : .
I 1 This Is important because the you '*[: > OM< M ,...... rtalmlai kr. tkrovik. ... a... H.1f (ill: ) .1 5151Th5 .
ultimately choose willve have.* the specialist said. know I can get my social security. LATAUOHW A. SEHRIONSCtork aaor. or ...1.., tkom sad lo all. -5. 1011 N..hsra
ape you How do do it? With soil But I dont want to Quit work. "You're rot some crust asking .f CI..... CourtSawaaar ,.raoa. k*.,.. sap .lslI. or ORP /b p05 IS.r.nf :NSrdd .:.1'::
a bearing on the amount of you am ne for a dater! c..." PtorMaMl atonal ta Ik.. b... .....la .......... .. ot Plot' Hook I of tko weir roc
Ime need to spend to to- endments. They Improve the soil Do I have to sign up to be included *., .... of ..._.... Coaot. PlorM i iall
you'll by Increasing Its water under the health Insurance Y.a aa4 r*.k of t** an ornkrMtlfto4 .. T.....klp' Two .n ....,...
lire results. holding THE .has ..... ,..1... EM
good The maxl IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT or Slat a aalt ta Maltr *** lit | LB8H
of establishing one type capacity and ability to hold fertilisers. program If It becomes law'ANSWER the next tWfOntJeara.. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ......, .......t roo kr /. .. 0. How.ll AND EXCIPT all .( Ik* ails es
Costs And this not only "in : Yes You should signup mum amount subject to taxes row SUWANNIE COUNTY FL 05. .. tko Clnalt Coart ot tk* Third Ja4ltol sedNb.15,44.la.N5e..rtb.
lawn over another should also to IDA IN CHANCERY. .' Clrrattwoaao Ihaido.' .. s.d 55 Swilk Holt (' V of tk* oooik.
since there are dlfl creases the quality" of the lawn, for the record even if you expect : would also be raised from 1800 THALIA HARREU.: HALL HAMRKN Cooa:,. Florida. sad .:: ail C,.. Uiiartor (SWt( |, tk* Nortk.WMt .
considered but also "reduces the effort need to continue working. You will $6600. C. HAKKRIL: aa4 CMK1XHKN HAH. ......., .......4, ar4.r4 set .*..1.*. quortor (NW" ) of Iii. SontkWMI .
l rentes. RILL BRINK MAN. to fir roor wrlltoa ...._. *r 4faaMto Ouarur (SWH >. a4 tk*
1 to keep In minds ed" to keep your lawn In good condltion. not get this proposed coverage rlsrliff4GE051iR Ik.. Mmptamt. lilt. kml* ...1... r.. Norlk Half INH .f tk* NorlkMaliunr
Another point unless you have signed up for the VS. .ta MM ..... ,. Ik.. ...... of Ik.* Ct rkof Q (N514) *f tko omtkwMlUMTwr
you plan tests show that a. KATS. .t ol, Iko CI..... Court ta aa4 far .._.. (iWWl o( MM. BMtkm
vary widely In their Recent research at the state's record and proved that you are Public NoticesIN D-fMllt..t.. 55 Cotmlr. FtarMa 5/ tk. Court H.u. T ntr.o.lo. (11( ; an4 LESS AND
itra grasses Experiment Station 89 or onr.QUESTION. NOTICE TO DEFEND ta I4.* Oak.. Ftortoa aa or kofon Ik* EXCEPT: aa na4lrM4 ****o..lkt.
laility to stand up under Plorida'stowing Indicate sev. I wont THI liT ATE or FLOKlUAtTO lard ..., ., ".1.. A. D. ..*.. sad ...*. ."/.> taloTMt hi sad to all ot tko
eras Inorganic materials beneficial : tm sure Aaiwrr .... ... oil sad .... ..... ..
( conditions. Dr. Horn are 0...... S. Lama ..koo nolvoiifom a roar of MM or Def. > IM ta, .
and remain relatively stableIn have any need for that proposed >t ">.iim. *44r. .. t* .k....1 i iMr W. Raaoall. Stouikiw. ......, forPtalatlff. or aa4.r Iko SonikMal Quarter
lolnts out that the best grass "Is health Insurance. I am 69 and still THE CIP.CVIT COURT OP THE *. D. B. I,... wh .!... ., '..Sdi. P. O. ... .... Lt... Oak, Ftor. < 1> > of *1. SutkM tjuartor:
adapted to the area where the sod.These THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ... on* .. ........ I* .......1 I lt..n. kfon Ml4. 41*, a* -.... krIk <.(*, ) .. MJ4 SWlto. Twea,,-....*
ie one Include vermiculite which working Should X sign up anyway FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNItCOUNTY. H. A. .......... .._ oloo. of Nab tow of tk. Rial* of Florida If r.. n..
Ion live" ? TO QUILT TIIL Y 4.5..044 Mllliti >... -.. Ie kMwoi fall to 4o aa. a ...,. on ooafMM will MtFKNDANTS OMEKTINOSi
of lawn hw been ls similar to organic matter in BILL ft. H. HlTOMtOO ..* kll ..... HIM ko. .....*. ...1.... ,.. for Ik. rrltof4Ria4o4 TM. o4 M>k ., yoo, ... krM0lirk ,
Once the type the it Improves sols. It also ANSWER: Yes by all mean THE WOMAN'S CLUB or UVE OAK H. ..*.'. sari of wkooo 055..4! ta silt ramatotat.Tko . 4 that. a ails Ill M.lt, kM INs
'1rcWd. yoU're ready to prepare way sign We not nearly as 5 ooroontkm ol for profit of Sawaa.M ...l This can be done inliree Increase the amount of water up now. are c...'". ,......... ..11I.. 44roH .ta ISIS Mtnrllo.oilororo. .. Ik. ....10...* .4rrrtk4 .used, ta. for tko .M .>4 ....,.. *f J. D. O4...
our yard. and nutrient the soil hold. busy a* we expect to be later on. Plalatlff.PRNSACOI.A ItallM. ,....., H. A. '.'.. ,.. Ptotatlff. I* a.*.t tltto, *a4 to nmor Jr. w4 V.... Pkllllp' O4_. kto. .""
easy steps: can QUESTION: The welfare work. .o. ..>. *ko>' ..IMO of ........<. U SuWMOOO slants. IkMrfrom S. on ,..... taoM lo .... rimlt c.... of tko. Third. J"4|.
and discard aQ trash Although more costly, vermiculite : AND GEORGIA RAILROAD roo.,.. rk>H4.i W.h.r J.Brrooo -...... Mtolo. act rMtnta low ..1) 10.51. ta a4 for 1._... C....
Pick up provides longer benefits er said everybody will need a social COMPANY a*. .d *\f. All.o U 55..5. or ..raw* from Morrtlac aar rlfkt.tllla. ... riort4a.. oo4 roo or* (Mrokrmoi..
I hlch may have accumulated in lasting security card by the time the T>*fo4aata.NOTICE oxk of vkoM oloo of mWoMo. ta I.S_.. ...1. or 4>...., ta ar I* .-*.. ........, sad r** than organic matter. 0 DEFEND MM ......, ... ., oarooltomptta 4fMM ..
Dw.l c..." riort4 Will'.. Brfm. rep aart *r aaiwor or to Ik. Coo-
In* :yard. Other Inorganic materials which social security change are ap) IN THE MARE or THE .k.. .!MO ., ...!<.. loRrowor4 "'--. sad ,... pn..51.. n ... 1 pro. nod 1..0.15.1 ,. .ta tk*
I Level and trade the area to be proved. I this true* STATE or FLORIDA COM*. rk>r<4o| "'.... Oor to .........* aar (all ta MUllror aSN. .......... ..._ Is ha art... .4
can be used are colloidal phosphates TO &... of tko foltowtag ...*. Do.fMooalo. .Wit '..-. ojkooo roil ., rooM**** ortloo. al .tow to rklala p......... Ik* ('Ie... *f .... l1r*.ii roar ta set
lanted. and pulverised marl. All ANSWER: Practically speaking, wkMO .......*. IMMM.Iaa4 to. Itmwr4 r.u.lr. rh>rta: H.rr. of tltto. .. Ik. i, ..10.1... .4M.rik4 rail I for ....._ Gooatr, ........... al kl..
I Add and mix the soil additives it is. So many people have the M.MOOM. to ...._.. towltiTV i. WlllloOT. ...... rloro .. r M-oM. Mlata Ijrtac ail kla. ta Sawaaan ."... ta Iii. Co." MM.. ta U.. Oak,
are inexpensive and usually available PooMMla ... Ooorcto Ralln4 U Uu,il c.- riorlooi C. 1. ltr* Coaalr, ...,..... 1..111Tb.W..5H.If514.0i1 ,....... o* v kofora Ik.* Illk 4a, ...
amendments. anywhere In the state. Of the same name that an account number c. ...,, I... A. ...... I..... N. I.'.r.loaklto on*, wkooo ,..:: of tooHoo.** to l>oltCooMf. ; k.4 Lota I Jal*. lilt, sad to **n. S 505p.511
I Remove all trash such as rocks, for each persons Individual a. In*. N. M. Panarlr.. JkaPanktor. riorMoi Mal Hnooti. wkoM II, II oa4 II. ta Rory 41, of Iko. aaawvr *r 4fMM **. ,,. M. Nsa,..
lucks concrete three. colloidal phosphate ls the Nao., 11. r......... RMaaaaInla rwMoofo I I. l lumber. chunks of most desirable.If record will be a real necessity. *. Barak ....... H....... Wllltom. f..1 ..... Ikoir ro_tl... .i }nd other foreign material before You can get account number 0._' Haaktaa. Paul E. WIII1.... .OMIOM. If M..lK.. M4 If 4. U, tkot. Park. MM otol at l Iaa4 klat tkoBoatkwMl *a or kofon MM 4to. n'alro4
the soil. marl la used the researcher your Ooorvo E. 0....... JoMok B. Wklio.OotMkalk ....... Mire. ot low, 4..._... lo- Qsart.r.4I.l*;. .- kr tk* laws of .. aaJ a Ik. pWMo
Irsdlng and preparing! It should be high in colloidal from your nearest social security ......_. Wartk Sloakraa. or ......... or oikw. oorooo. la* sat .bin* iltMI4 ta ...,..., 11. ...... of ('1..11.....*...r*. If 0.. tall ..
i-he researcher reports that you says office. Moot Postafftoee F..., P. 5,.... Will... P. II'..., or-oortlo. ...1..... kr, ,.....'". ..* T........ ....,.. Raa.. II *..!. 4. M a DMM Pn Coafnao, will ...
content. "This should be checked .M M. H_.... A. Paaoat H_&..*. 4of or otoliMl ,_. sad our o4 oil Tb Man* of la* Court ta ..... MM ...*.*. .. .., ,.. far .. ..I.., 4..
ihould completely soak those area. carefully since: there Is a grealdeal have the application forma.Qt1JS'I10N 0.... .. ..1..... O. .. Brail...... E4M : 5.55.... oMotlllf *., ....,., lllkt.till all kM kooo. lanliai.4 to tko final! maao4 tk.. MM. CaatplalRt.t.a .
lucre you've filled with dirt.specially : : What paper will I L. Baltor. T. A. rlaltor. R. P. Tartar.BMlrto .. totoTMt ... or IM OIMO tko. Cort of tko TklH J.4ltol. Clr.alt of an rartaor. Itotifio4 lIst. ... oa>
of variability in available materials ;. Tk.aM Ax Ballrr, roil ..5rtp ...,.. ....N/.4, or PtarMa. ta set for BawaaaM Coaalr tan at MM Salt .. to ..... shred
( around the foundations need to lien up for my social security TW Ooonto. Lost A Trail ro...*,. t. lhre./l PtorMa. sad tk* akkn tol4 tllto. I* MklMOM ..... fnm a4 autot Iko tllto. ., Ik*
tis is done he says, to settle theround. f I am 10 and still make A. Mir,. .11,. C. gills. .. W. O. Wklto.JoMto D'Iat: :DANTS O.E STINGS t tol (.lla It H.W.IL Pl.lr.llff ... Ptolatlfl' to Ik. "to4a aa4 ml Mtato
Dr. Horn cautions however Wo4 W..... II... 14* AloortaJaao VM .. .kmor _I'... tkol a .ro- W. B. Mtllvala. at tI. ItofMMaia. Itaalo, 1, ta BowaaaM
too much to get checks.: But I ...... w........ lied .... Coaalr, .:r.-.: ..:
N. O. 1_ If alln aa4 H ....,.. lo O.O.IM Ills. ko. .. .. krouiklo mr aa Ctork of tk* t' 4oMtiko4.
There are several factors you that you should not use marl where have heard that you must sign ..1 .. ...... ....-. ./.a ...... tk* c,..... Coon for .._..... Covotr. roll (.4,5 a4 SM! of ,, Cwrt ta Tk. ._. ..11.. Carl ta ..... Ikto
centipede carpet or bahia grasses up 1......_ ....'- ....1..... .-- ,........ ....... oil, ...... ..... Uro Oak. BowaaM &.el,. FtorMa ..'. ..<.. ..... ta..".... .. Clno.lt, C.....
l-ugbt to consider as you progress.lawns be now if you an over 6) : ........ ... Ie .U r....s. n 555 l i Oaf oololo. rlikl tlllo or lotoro Ikto 11.4 4ar of J... A. D. Illl.1LAVAiraFJN Third Ja4totol ClnuH. ta sad fM BawaaaM -
should be gradedto slope are to planted. ANSWER: You need' at least ...lKo* ... ......... ...*. o. olko ...... :. or H. 45.5, tkoloWowtof: oorrlk4roil IaALI Caaalr FtorMa. aa4 tk. ak..ttoA .
After picking the soil amendments o 4 to W oorooo* k l f a.* tUHo.or orort>, ,lloolo hi ....... Case. A. SESSION ... *! .It... 505.'.. 05.. Ie. "_..
water
w.- from the house so your social security number and oar looMMt ta tko ho4 koroto 4** l,. PtorMo.; tlliI CI51.1/Nsll! C..., ti.l- J., IS. bwIll 4 J. IS,
t drain away from it to use spread them evenly some record of your ate. We want M .. N. 55. Phi. No IT. .. ... Crap ..-.... Coaatri r...... 5d.V'::. P51115 IM..,
over the lawn site and completely MI 00,4 oxk of poo ail brrokr NIB .4 UN Irk, ..Nrdls M 5.Ia ... ,. .".. r0S.11N. ... DSn. Pa.II...
Tests show a gentle slope of one everyone: 15 or ever to sign up now N.ii... s 511. oooltr ko kMi .4 *1..r..I Tm :: N .1 al' D.4.4.aiAII
to five feet every 100 feet Is best mix to a depth of four to six before our bury season starts. Toucan krokt' ....... ro kr Tk WOMOClok .s ($51.S pr.sar.d be Ib. u..re. CPhsbNt IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT O* ". Oil. b.Nb ( ;..... Ib11.. 0.4..
Inches. An ordinary garden spade ., Ln. Ook. o ooroorolloa, set for. ()so5ap .. Ii. IDA THIRD JUDICIAL CIBCUIT INANd 5t If..... shall. ... 5555.4. .ao. owol
lor adequate drainage. But steep help us by signing up now. pro M of .. riorMo. sat .040.41 tko Ta A.::.:. :: M. FOR SUWANNSE CUUNTV. 'M f.. 111 5a5sh.. _. i
ilopes should be avoided since win handle small areas but a pow But. most of all. you will help *. or kinky = =.l o>4r 4 sad ..._ hide, PtarMai. .Ml.1."J .. taSMitoo IN CHANCERY.V1SOIL .... 5e.5N 11..5.0y ....,....
er-driven rotary tiller ls best for r........ M fiU ro. vrliio ooiwor or4offMo 1. TWMkloi I BMtk, POX **4 hid. wlfa c........ S. ,... 11.1. PId4. 044 \
}hey are harder to establish and yourself to avoid the crowd we to .... Ooa...... Cud ktlotolo Boat. II ..... EATIB SELLS: FOIX. ;": t.-;:: .ocilos. h....
nslntatn." Dr. Horn adds. On larger sites. are cure to have later. *! p ooM MOM, r 14Ms1 _. 4 roo on "-: rM>lr4 to flto with PatatUfa. NN .p'
In most cases you can rent this of to* CWk of tko. ClmH C too I tork of Court roar aaawar, ... !"*. ., ....* 5 Coil a ads
\teep banks a low growing ground QUESTION: ; Your Baltimore office for SOWOOOM Coootr rinrloo. 5b 4.4NN N .41.5. ../ J. H. WOOD sad CullS' WOOD Cows. Coori SuwoaaM .,....,. "....
Oftf Ie better than grass; otherypu'U equipment or you may want to keep sending me notices Onrt HOOM U U.* IIskI PlorMo oo orkoforo ** **) ** ...= : r.i: NOTICEMTOl"r. Ma. sat Ik. OM! *f MM c.... .! LI'OIllk
contract the work to a lawn service tko. Itlk. 4*, '. A. U. IM. J.lT.J.f.*.. a>4 to S... 5 roor ,......, DEPEND ..... ........5 C.aPlanks.. ** ''"*
e. have a mowing problem about wrong numbers turned In 5.1 orrTO o tuwofor M d'WNWa'. ..._... U Arils. law< THI STATE IIP FLORIDA TOI .., .f J,5a., A, 114,
to contend with. agency.Dior for my employees I UM the number 4fMM ..:G.pa.dail: SUuikiorAltoroar n.. tr. IV W. B' I**, IAN Itok, J. H._ WOOD oaTBKSSIR WOOD, I.AVADUNN A. BkBSIONI
S. for P. O. Boo 11IJ rrnd.. I* Iko Comotolal 11.... Mtttai MM ... ....,. an H..to., aa4 H aar Nail c.'ors.41.. ClnaH Cwart'
AD construction should be competed they give me. What can I do tlok.. PlorMo .oo or kofor MM4oM. ao Ik* ": .... rto> into. *r /at. sea of MM 4fn4aat. *r ..*,........ an4oMa4 .".."- tM."' "*".
before you begin the actu- Suit! For Fall about thla'AN8WER .. ..plN4 kr Ik.. l>** .. Ik.. ..... ar hid opoo tka \.,* 4Votrlkr4 pro. Ik. ........ ._.., ../.., due C'C"'La
.f ,...... If tvt foil to 4* oo o ..... rrtt tolow4 i, .*u. Homo fall a... ., rtaoM, ......... ....1.... or MAN po"avatoal I r PMI CoRoon
planting of the lawn. This In Look for upcoming Dior suit Your employees .WO) *oofMO Will .k* .....4 0>...., p. ,....... will ko *.toM4 ...,... roa $05 .lo.5 SO. Ib..e1.: 554.0' n itooalv (ore:
hides such things as walks. should show you their social security ,.. tko. ...... ......4 oa oM. oooiplolojTk .. b, ....... sap asrl 4MMM44rfM4aal. M l-l
looks for fall: the strict rajah sat..1 MM .. rivewaya. fences wans, planters Jacket ever a whirl of pleated account number card. If Illlo, to Ik* tai .tae ...*...... ..... NIb C.,, ..1L.S... M tkto Ink 4r of .ln. 4ntoMa. .totatara, MKvaUMi IN THE namiT COUBT CIP' THE.
patios and pools.Underground get their account numbers .-..". .. 0.M Wit .o4 to now*. Jag 111. aa4 .11 ,.....* lr.r/ ar .. .. TMIBO JUOKIAL CIBCUIT OP
skirt or the Russian fur-edged you .I.o4* tkoroTrooi" o* /M forlk to MCooplolot. .. LAVAUOHM A. SESSION .. sap ....... into ar ....... FICMIinA, IN AND FOR SUWANNVECHANCSBV
Irrigation to the Jacket over a gathered skirt. any other way you run the risk Mjoloj o4 rxtroio ,. oropooo fork ot (',..." Court ta Ik.. orMonr lone 4M........ ..-..., COUNTY. IN"
'twit choice. U "yes" la the anstw Of getting the Incorrect number frooi uoorUoc oo* ...... INN, Br> BUlltoo R...,..-4 Pair .! Ik.* NW COMM of ftMitoo PAITITIMI. P.OLIDINOa
a .-.. .l.. or 4...... k or to *oi. Dopatr Ctork II. T....... I Reels ...... || MATT1B tLBMOM THOMAA
.r, then Its tastallaUen should I QUESTION: : How much will Weal .*.re ,..- o* -l tkilnloo4 ., MS p.*.. ao,4 no Soatk !.. .....* toMl I UTII N IV tl fc-MON* JBH aa4 .
I be eon idered after the lawn area MAMCM Of Flowers ftocial Security tau* have to goop frooa oroo* *tioo or oMoo r>Mooroooroto M of kMloatofi laoro no LA t AMIS.BOSIE'ctlMONa.tlsMnN' t.
Sap ..It lo oooNr or oMIoo 5 IN THE CIUCUIT COUNT THIBD k-olk Its rantoi tkMM no Boat ir5Nla .
[.is graded. The Experiment Stallion Look for great ..... of flowers to cover the benefits under the (... to ..... ..s .4 "to N .-.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IIS ,..*.. IOMM no ".... 14 .
specialist explains that ".1 on silk ergansaa or pure silk changes proposed by Congress frwS.0 _C- .rM hM4 sad IN AND FOR SWWANNIt, CtMJNTY. ....1 IkMM. na WM Itl ran. .! .1.. ,
b.w. Ie ....- G55p. rrN. IN JHANCIRVLASKNCI to r-tol af kntootai Molalatof I PfM...Ol.
[permanent system Is more sursh. for dresses' to go cruisingor ANSWER' : : Proposed Increases -. ...., orar* a* UMI: TO, lOM <:!."!!'fI "UII.UYt

jvenlent and saves! labor". eon-j ''for summer evening dresses j In the Us rates would amount to I r1Ct tbb lummttttrnf Mrtoki lot ta on tko tk.the nnk of thr.M*. I : C P55.Iwb MDimr.awoaOM. 1 ..II Voo' .NNd ao4 oMk.of/ ro.on.kr P/1.kr.Mrrkto :j TOI Iwo ALICI a.d.i.-Jrlll.: ;: Oslo

em there Is the added long and eaq-atlm. .leas than one per ant, spread ever .._HoMM StroM lltfooto-orlof Okw .._._. wile EATIB Ml IB Poll. raM t .
o rtABENCE MURPHY, lk.lr IWMO Cooirtolol ta Ik* rtrraMontool : TO, A b1 M.sb/.4 I p.
l>..M4Ml.NOTICE C..( -: :' .. JL': :': CtooMMM. ItoMMoo sit kr koln.
TO sad OMk M lire M *M4, k.*wa a4 ...
rot VIRGINIA' PU APPEARVSPNV sail o.kto. to ....M4 .... IMto of Ik* ......
.....' .401.... to .....- 1...j I '....1.". ,.. .5.. ...../.... adw. '" 551 5A.4 ..
ways la.l ...-. Mallto* *44 .., tiinr:* ...... Ie ....- C..ss. fto4 : ..| i kill af Mmrtoiol: to'torlbttoo : ;: '
w.5N.. 15..14,1. pN.I. iko. foltowtat. 4oMrio4 pno.rlr,
NEW Too on ......, ooiHto4 ..... 1 Com.ptalot .. Voo an farlkM (Mrrkr .'| -tJ Msir J 5..141|
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old hard work that needs doing in I more and more community lead

Ladies Are Included Beachville I our community. It Is to be hopedour ership in this constant drive for a I
youngeif citizen will assume< fuller and better community life

Conner To Head Agricultural
Doyle
Rev. T. S. Day of Lake City"

I Tour In South American CountriesTallahassee s filled day had his appointment food services here and sun-we Special Introductory Offer;

were glad to have some visitors
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Con. Mrs. Day and their daughter Mrs

ner will lead a delegation of about 40 leading Floridianson Versa Warren and two children New Purina 40% Pork Chow Checker
a 24-day agricultural "Good Will" tour of six South of Jacksonville came with Rev

American countries next month.
Conner said the purpose of the tour is to explore Day.W.. H. Tldwell and Billy Wood $14.00 PER TON DISCOUNT

avenues of trade and to allow tour 1 were business visitors In Tamp
Commission. 00 O Saturday.
members to take an extensive look In Brazil the group will spend Mrs. Watto and Mr. and Mrs' FROM REGULAR LOW PRICE

at South American agriculture various Al- 10 days visiting cattle ranches r Arnold Madden and children I of
will also Inspect
They coffee plantations, rice fields lanette Ala., are guests of Mr
llanc relating for to Progress housing. Irrigation developments andeducation sugar cane farms citrus groves and Mrs. L. C. Terry this week. Until July 24th Only

will meet with a concentrate plant and banana Mr and Mrs. Herschel Cason
and plantations. Also planned is a visit and children. Dewayne and Cammy. -
workers in all countries -
Peace Corps
I to the TOMB Experiment Stationat L of Jacksonville were guests I of
visited. Sau Paulo where U. S. Workers Mr and Mrs. H. C. Cason las HUFFMAN & GILMOREYour
Conner said the Florida group In the Point Four programAlliance week end
will Include representatives of the for Progress and USAID Mr. and Mrs. Hots Spooner and I
I Checkerboard Dealer
.I citrus vegetable and sugar industries ,will tell them what the United daughter. Ginger of Jacksonvillewere Friendly

,, as well as llvestockmen. States la doing to assist the agricultural guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther -
bankers and officials of businesses and economic growth of Adklns and Mr and Mrs. B

related to agriculture. Brazil. E. Spooner last week end.
4 This will be the first time women I The tour will spend two days in Mr. and Mrs. Martin :Beach and

have been Included in an agricultural Uruguay visiting one of the larg- sons Scott and Randy of Gainesville STUMP BROTHERS
tour delegation from est livestock markets in South were guests of Mr and

Florida. Mrs. Conner will be America before moving on to see 1,. N.U 11 n N.r..L Mrs. Willie Beach Sunday.
traveling with the Commissioner, ranches in the Paysandu area. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Tldwell
and a number of delegates will Cattle ranches will be visited ""What'i the matter with tanned food? That's all you ate and children Philip and Shawn, Cash & Carry Building MaterialsPhone

be accompanied by their wives. in Argentina, as well as dairy before we were married I who have. been visiting her returned
Departing by airliner August 7, farms and feed, grain and fertilizer to their home In Rich "
the party will visit Colombia Bra. operations. THE OLD HOME TOWN .-u'tiww By STANLEY mend Va., Sunday. 242-5566

ill. Uruguay Argentina,Chile, and A highlight of the group's visit TI4ArJASPEle GOTJNT$ Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark of ,300 S. Patterson Street
Peru before returning to the United to Chile will be inspecting vine- DEEPWATER PLAYING THAT DAptctNC.MODNLIGHTBAYSWANEE MUSIC Jacksonville were guests of Mr
States August 31. yards in one of the world's leading I II or.e and Mrs. L. C Terry Saturday. VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
I Arrangements have been made grape-producing areas. They will RIVER MEDLEY WHEN HIS NITS Charier Brown of Oroveland
for the to meet with state and ELECTRIC GUITAR SHORTED ONLY HTldwell .
group also Inspect sheep cattle 1* visiting Mr and Mrs. W. "
governors and town mayors thru- poultry operations while there. AND BLEW A RUSQ j this week. 4 x8 x I % Interior Plywood .. C 0 CA

out the tour. In each country they The tour will wind up in Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom attended Per Sheet ......._.".;..i..........._....:.._ $ .t/U

will be briefed by the U. S. Agricultural where the group will visit dairy the Oelger family reunionat
attache and received by farms and the Maranga Dairy Hart Springs Sunday. 4 z I 8 x %" Interior Plywood t? 1.i

I the Minister of Agriculture. Fxperiment Station as well as Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and Per Sheet ......................_.............O.... U
While touring South America, vegetable poultry, feed grain, and //1 children of Bt. Petersburg were
the group will frequently be guests fertilizer enterprises. IO guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Cason Full Thick Insulation

of ranch and plantation owners e ; Monday and Tuesday. Per M 0.NNN.............._........_.... 42.00
Conner said. Unlike a similar tour c/ ., \ -

he hosted of Russia and countries Miss Holmes At W Treated Sheathing ,
behind the Iron Curtain two years : 45.00
ago, Conner said this group will Teacher WorkshopMiss _.z No.growth 1 and developments we can Per M ,... ......M.., ................................

have an opportunity to establish Lola Jean Holmes daughter -
expect similar doses In at least 10 4 I 81 3/8" Sheetrock-"' .
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t close rapport with the people of of Mr. and Mrs. Perry A. ...-\.0. 'of,' 1.49 1
the various countries. Holmes, is attending a teacher year Intervals In the future. Per Sheet ."......................: .__..._.
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, The tour will open with a four- workshop In family finance at the N
There Is certainly a lot of plain
day visit to Colombia where the University of Florida. Common Nails .
9 50
visitors will visit coffee and banana Subject matter included in the Per Keg ......._.....,.......N._......._....... .
plantations and cattle ranches workshop covers personal Income,
AN
DO YOU HAVE
They will meet with the head budgeting, banking, consumer

of the Colombian Development credit, renting and buying homes, Alcohol Problem? Key N Knob Lock ..............._.:1..:........... 4.25
social security, .,
life Insurance N
in Live Oakan
We now have
CUSTOM BUILT HOMESON pensions savings and Investments, AA Group ready to Bird 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles ..
and will and estates. -5
YOUR LOT personal taxes help Per Sq. ....... ,,_N._........N...__...
100% Financing .

Miss Holmes is teaching home TECH- you.WRITE I \
Call 362-1968 4 x 8 %" Pref. Magh. Paneling
economics at Dixie HoUln High
1 JAMES D. (Jim) MIMS School at St. Petersburg P. O. Box 591, :e Sheet N.. ....r.. .;! .. ............. 480

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WASH ARMS, HANDS FACE CALM, AVOID HEA/f' rUT 1 Oxratte. ..... ......
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CHANGE 10 PRESSURE WHICH A. *.!.... w .... M ......... .,

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