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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Pacts needed. I llOicard; Street Under Water Last WetlnesdayA Property To Be Measured( By Teams;
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The space ace tn which we live /
today becomes more and more Plans To '
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complex and the need to know -\: IW; '* i, ;. :--. r'
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.. ,,, ; Awewor Wm. Hubbard Gray said here thin
J I order to keep abreast of what goes week he bad
on and in order to make clear and ereCt ; : ... .r''t\ : .t :. and that begun!? this county' reaaessment projrram
I part of the revaluation
j' correct decision,. people today I'I'j' Ti would appear on this
must consider many factors unknown tFAtQf h .I Commissioners year a tax roll to be presented to the Hoard of County
later this
Just a few short years ago. year
mars ,.bl& 1* Important that Florida law says that propertywill
the people of Suwannee County 11'e.la tiring Licenses be assessed at Its true value
seek a* much information a* possible and the Florida Supreme Court
on the present school aitua m "" On Sale Jnne 15 tf'Ct'nUylph.ld a circuit court
tlon and what should be done to MIiM fi to County Jedce Reeee Brown decision which said that true and
provide quality education here. I said. here this week that 111.M nab value were one and the tame
There already ls a host of misinformation 1 fishing licensee will f. en and that all property In Florida
being spread and sale In the county Jane IS. mint be valued at Its current each
some half troths, according to la the put .UU ruhlnc and I I value.
where I sit. that heed airing if we III IIIr hunting licenses. were purchased Gray said that nvalutlon would
are to approach this number one separately. with the fishing" |11'ens. |. b& a tedious and hard job and
problem tn the correct: manner.It testing! fit and the that considerable! time would b*
U the plan of this newspaper banting lleenie I7J4. This yeara needed to do UM tank fairly and
to provide space for discussion on ... new series AK, ls Mad. available equitably, the manner In which he
wars and means of solving the ., ",0 for '...a. combining the Intends to sue that It .is done.
problem. We do not intend to per. 'iw. flaking and hunting permits. ) With this In mind. Gray has
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mlt peronal abuse or name ealllnc J !!r: goad year round and governedby raised the minimum values of land
under the guise of discussion but .<1' t seasonal laws of the name In the county to II00 and $1000
} rather will rewire the privilege I aM Fresh Water nab Commiedon. per acre. This tow assessment applies -
of being sure that facts are discussed to arras covered with blackjack
,not personalities. r a oaks and to swamp land
By the same token we hope Branford Voles I The tax asaMwor said that thislnerrae
there win be both pro and con discussion tocether with new property
on each subject for unless F it A going on the rolls would raise
there U discussion there e.n..be Tuesday For the value of property subject to I
no knowledge.This .a tasallon between three and four
trr.r. million dollars, with the result
week on Pace U there appears I Town OfficialsVoters that budgets adopted later this
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a letter from Henry M.Ward, 11Itr..., Is shew al the +.hrd. .slalsarJilia.a.etw.9; ?BiiHMa immiBjpjm year by the school board and
InUnerUo
chairman of the finance sub-com- water Hooded of FUe Aveavess ffthe floor as water reached Its hlf...| peak sine. the September, of the Town of Dranford county commissioners can be applied
.mlttee of the School Board Meteory aeveral of the stores In downtown Live Oak. "***. (Deeaoeral will participate In a general election to a value In the neighbor.
Store men aces forced to ,...... Staff Plato)
Committee in his fetter, Items from low shelve* and Tuesday June I. and win hood of twenty million dollar
Henry Ward presents a number select a town clerk and four of the Ora,'. plan for compliance/ under
-if facts and five Town Council members, the
t expresses clearly bow supreme court decision
U V, eels we can proceed to pro- First Shipment Stores Are FlootletlFourInch Brown Polls will Pl'n.& I:00 a m. and and a directive from Comptroller
I \-Adequate schools. Whether Elected clone at 1.00: pm. Foiling place Ray Green thai property be assessed
I f Agrees with Ward's eoncluJfc broilers Made Rain Memories Is the Town Hall next to the fire at 100 per cent of Its valuewill
Of not U a personal matter Brings Elk Officer At station.Registration. be Implemented In October,
but aQ should carefully consider bnoks closed Monday .he stated. From four to six months
the point he makes, for Under CPA Plan Last September's Live Oak Flood afternoon with Sot elector 'will be required to lather the data
they are based on detailed study State Meeting qualified to vote next Tuesday [,on property the county,
-.-. Tbo first Shipment 0u*.n- I A rain last Mrs Lois F. Williams, town Gray will employ 10 additionalwurken
Another Important tern foe. nee County bttOer chickens wet utw .& ::2.2 a..w1f Wednesday NsasU..dsw.Ksa.afternoon.. gaY l R 11' eI.IU clerk will be aerklng her fifth Iii persons to cock In
w 'study to tfsctMed this week by I to asarket this week. The- first The hear rain tell 'In lee than two hours and cauigl< hf 1'rt1q, 1.r.a.f M .:..::r.=..M..M aurn..M. :::' MU MM VWI ,
Tax Assessor Wm. Hubbard Gray chickens were raised on the farm several stores in the downtown area to hart from two't, p 0h two years. Opposing lotI'''. William'] ot property tn ttto saw* *. .'"
The assessor outlined for us his or R. A. Hillhouse located In Eastern : six 'Inches of water standing on the floor. for the erne .. Mrs. Myrtle U.N. I I, where needed, make plots. talk to
plan to meet requirements of val Suwannee County .-- ( .. T CwMlteawl M Fag q) I I (ere. 1 CvAUnaNl an rage I) ,
uation set for the state by a recent' The shipment from the Hill The hardest hit of the down-
Supreme Court decision. Whetherwe house farm numbered over 11.000 Regtitratlon For First town stores was the Live Oak Drat IlJ"N" On. That llnrneilDedication '
now agree with the decision or and was sent lo market in Gaines Store which had over 14 Inches of 'I
not fun value of property for taxation ville. Grixleri Starts June 7 water Other bulsnesare were Cor-
purposes 1s the law of PtsrIds I, The broilers were raised on the .....-...,wnUe. ., eaJMreaiaJaaetlag die's Furniture with 10 Inches t Ceremony Held Friday
and as such must be enforced. lUllnouae farm to conjunction U eater UM farol grade Home Hardware with sight inches fy'
Dray Intends to comply with with the Cotton Producers Association us Sawaanoe put ....... and rxrre's with ail Inches. All
the law. I think his plan to use a Co-op of Live Oak and were win start on Ivae T aM U.ltkrws : other stores that were flooded bad For Vo-Ag Building At Branford
team of M local citisens to assist the first chickens to be marketed .k his IL less than two Inches.
In securing data relative to property In the area under the co-op's plan For a child .. be reifatered.remls The wont part of UM short A new 130.000 agriculture education for Hranfonl
in the county has merit.. The to esUbttali a broiler industry tn .. see gwsrdlsM ..rt peaty flood was located on the corner el I Illffh School was dedicated br state and county officials In
other alternative Is to hire a firm this county teeid ...... of the. a4rtk Fine and Howard Btreet where ceremonies held In Branford Friday afternoon. The facility .
to come m and do H. Robert Smith Cotton Producers date of each eknd.Farewto UM water.. was stout two feet high replaced one that fire destroyed last. y,ar.Mr. .

Anyhow here la another Instance representative to charge of the or gwaedlsne. may during the worst part of the denig .4 .. If.V, Nu.... ._ _. ..._n..'_. ._. .lll.k..,... Otil..__.
where fun information U Suwanne County program predicted needles ...... darteg th* reg- *. Agriculture Teacher WUaon: ;; Suggs i
needed not wlM statements such that the first shipment of ........ period al the. school dtbs Lose of merchandise was held to cut the ribbon to officially open taught.n-in-;;;;;' of this man
as your' Uica wlfl double andhomesteads 11.000 chickens win be Increasedto ....... a minimum bees... merchantswere .-n .1 the new building. d wul be .UieA 43,000 per week within the near Te be ...... for ecwonW able to get moH articles ef The Rev, Bruce! Deardaley, pastor but extends throughout the
What we teem to forget Is that future. h ....... f or the fin Us* IMehOd value off the Poor before the water of the First Presbyterian stale. and nation. Deardnley aahJ.I .
the taw Intended*that a man 1 U At tt* "present time M association emit Massa ail. years of cot' to them. Jlcece Brown, past esalted ruler Church of Dranford. gave the M. Crews, chairman of the
Ing In a home that was .. has built 4ft houaM In Buwannec ago ofi ee before Ja.nary I ., The short lived flood lasted only of Live Oak Lodge 1141 of theBmcvoUrnt dedlestton address and told the Buwannee County School Hoard
".000 or less would pay no taxes.IK -1 County and. according to tks ...... year ta which ke. e.. four hours and by 10,00 pjn trafI and Protective Orderof aatembled officials and students told the audience that the neil
I Ceaitesttl eei Face II tXo. I CsU s.| osi Face II raOa.program. I eN.. | r.*lMa.d .. r... II Elks WM elected vice presidentof that the new building stands as asymbol time he came to Branford for a
the NorUiwetl Florida district! building dedication he hoped II
.t the Bks Itth annual state. c""nvontion > of progress In Buwannee would be for a new Branford High
held In .,. Augustine Mayrtnn County and that Prsnford has the School.
Plans AnnouncedSchools potential for agriculture program Futom. superintendent
School Graduation Henry
The northwest district .ls composed second to none In the state. cf BUWSMU County flehooU.. gave i
I ef Prnaaeols Fort Walton BeardiWy. pointed out that led praise' lo Suds for the n year
Close Friday Suwannee leach, Panama City, Martanna.'sllahaoiee. community should be quite proud ef service he has given !. luwan
Chifkrru Go To Market ;; T Warrlngton. Perry, ef a teacher tike lIu... who has nee County,
Madison, end Live Oak given willingly and unselfishly of rluflg was the final speaker al
Graduation At Coliseum) Monday Delrutea, to the convention bl.l. time l. the school from' which the dedication and esprewwd his.
from LJve Oak were suited Hub he graduated" gratitude" for In* tributes !. him
Graduation and baccalaureate services fret underway Carl Mores Cliff fleets Gerald "Word cannot define the tn- and said thai the new building
this week for rradusUs of schools In Suwannre Scott. Jimmy Allen. HowardMe luenee Of this teacher on the was a fine tribute lo UM nllre.
County. : ( 4 Coollowd aw Page II tumdttldot.1 students he has llranfotd community,
Suwannee High School will hold Its tiaccalaurvaiearrir

this Sunday at 8:00 .n.m._ .In_ the_ rVtllunm__ Th.. .. 4
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wffl .be. coder the dlrec n.n. : A'rw Hnlhling' For II rill'"'''' .

lion of the Live Oak MlnbterlalAffiance.
I 71' Negro Pupils
The Brv Raymond While" will tinsnaer
'give the invocation the Rev. asrelwsass
.I Chula Webb. win rend from the Ask ,Assignment ..eT 0'
eertpturee, benedicUon y.d ttwwacaOon
wtfl be given" by U> Ret White. Schools
fin Fterc. and the seanftoVt win ,
N .. street .by the Rev, NeUoa VUelvwi. I IWventy-four Kgre students -m
The title ef the sermon re
hie have made sppDcaUon Jo attend
W1DI'.. Mucn Will A Man !{I'I previously an-wnlu atwol ie In Buwannee -
B. Worth'I County nest wheel year, r
I I I Ora4aIaGon.unwoe: tor the"'achool /'"I according to Henry M. Fotoa. d
win be herd Monday to tne 1 superintendent of BuwanneeCoufrt +
tastlsiua at S 0* pm Major addressed I I > tVhools.
at the ceremonisa win be I Kane of the 14 hare ben assicned -
H4ih given bT UM cteM nWIort naA I, to irhools In ffuwannee ... .
Harriet Ho loa. and UM aedeRa4eIan. 1 I. County and. aceordlng U Fetou. I
Jimmy DBs.: I will... be given a definite asslm*
Others pa/Udpalcng In the pre I I wed Did U. school lategrationjp4aa II
'1 tram win be Richard Foster, for ttowanne* County Is sp-
,, president of 1M student body: ,I proved by. UM V, R Office ef Low
..,. sad ..... L A, ....... IrtsMI punt 1M flrM ef 1*.. Tlnrfl Face. president of the senior 1 caUGn.I .
Oea beoder ee.MieoM that wore iM...sl to >eaia.on from tWar class: UM Rev rweO Johnson.j I Under the ....- CewMy
farts laot WM*. A.erptbhr Ike cMoftMa la ....... Smlasi. Held. .. and the Rr Jon Hvtarieraa MIl af kotegraUoei an atudents.
reewar. for The C..... Professes. Aairlillm beefier grimM Is.slaw Henry FMsosa. supttlMendeM and parente ef student were sl-
of Bvwwjue Oaanty eVboos. win lewd t* ask for a Milder. U a
C mrty.Ta present UM dtptossM to ... -
graowates ..
......... ......* were tW fans geo .of a. .tao4dIUSSJ and O. H. as ...... ....,- ;Afferent be re.d.<...,..d The by. ffflu transfersouM eat Mn. N. W ...... wtfe ., IW TowUosjal AsrieeMw* TeoelMr ., 1Iru'.d ln.k *.s..... ee4s the
it lit isis per wwA that wwl be asitoiil 'T ........ coal 'Mac! prteetaeJ lit ........ a gasefl amgnsum card that wwsHo I ,..... &MI affbtaar ..... UM sew V......:.. A.rtfNs Kd.ealM .. MiUM g al IM high .......,
tyres r the SMT ...... tP.aneisltorT., Phial. Ko. S CsaM.nl eai Fag g| ( 1 Coaitasaed. eat Fag 5)) ........ lo tft* algal Mrs Sells Is beebe***** If. W, fags.D.wred( ...., Ffceesl









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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 1965

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Graduating Class Of 1965 Uletnorlat Day !.

Within a few days we shall see another class of When the commander-ln-chlef of the Grand I > *....*.-..-; l' 1their

high school students win their diplomas and then Army of the Republic, General John A. Logan, issued im Dole Conner E. h't: '. lti X
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what? With college training more available, we ex the order designating May 30, 1868. as a day From }

pect that a greater percentage of this year's class for decorating the graves of the men who fell In the The largest single exhibit area I WSt1WANNEE .DEI CR\T tj

will enter college than ever before war between the states, he expressd the hope that it at Montreal's "Expo '67" Is being I II
We wish them all success, knowing quite well would be observed "from year to year while a sur- planned for agriculture. I ,..1 "f 1c

that not all will succeed. At any rate we know that vivor of the war remains to honor the memory of Covering 9 acres and expectedto 1915 \ urday that voting on the que.UonOJ'tbf high school diplomas he:

they have had an opportunity to prepare themselvesfor the departed". cost, about $5.5 million, the Oak po3mce will be Oak Tobacco Warehouses Monday night at Suwannee HU c

college. By 1900, President William McKinley, himself a agricultural feature of the Mon In The Live of construction" inI. .. Raving a government grading serfVlce'on Commencement exercises held 1 i 1C

Some will choose to seek employment Immediately Union veteran, declared, "The army of Grant and treal exposition for 1967 Is being short course time. Flssel and.Co. 1f New the market this year, the school auditorium. The com
of sentiment 90 mencement
trend address
It Is disparagement of college trainingto the army of Lee designed to tell how "Man theProvider" contractorsrwUl"h; showed a was made b t
and no are together They are one now In York the II P.
to cope with the per cent in favor of the grading Constans 8r. head of (
say that some of these high school graduates will faith In hope, in fraternity purpose and In an in. expects of food supply and their men on the grounds and active service I University of Florida's Speech DC th r
twin
problems
do well to get jobs instead. vincible patriotism". work will commence In a few partment.
the world's population explosion.
Let's face It, there are some who Just don't cut Memorial Day, observed annually since that A 23-man committee has been days. I County commissioners assumed Ii

the academic bit. They get through high school by time, reminds us that human freedom was boughtat named to advise Fxpo planners. baseball club responsibility for the bottom floor Members of the Live Oak Ki 1

the grace of "social" promotions and persistence, a great rlce.Memorial Included on the advisory group The Live Oak last week of the new WPA built county wants Club beard School Boar

but they aren't the book-learning types. Day should not only be a day of remembrance are leaders in agricultural science broke Its losing Lake streak City Thursday Jail at their meeting Tuesday, Member John Flood outline lore 7C

If that be the case, let them learn some trade, but also a day of consecration for the farm associations, governmentgroups and defeated Friday shut Jasper meaning that Sheriff Perry B. facts and figures concerning th. l'II

for It seems that we are going to need skilled workers present and future the Ideals which have made our farm unions, the Winnipeg 3 to 2 and on 12 Cannon will move his' office from Suwannee County school system IIt

In large numbers, even In this age of Increasing nation great. It should be a time of renewal of our Grain Exchange and the Saskat- out, piling up runs the Courthouse to the first floor] and plans for the Propoaed ei rv rt.

automation. Somebody has to keep the wheels faith in God and His gracious Providence, remembering chewan Wheat Pool Throughout the entire state last office constructed u a part of the passion of the system, at the
Provided will be three acres of new jail. regular meeting on Wednesday
greased and that goes for computers as well as that we are not creatures of chance nor blind and six acres of season the consensus was that the e .
machines. circumstances but that pavllllon space Suwannee Fair was the best In c
washing we have been led and guided parkland which will Include a (Renew Your Subscription Now)
There will be 'honorable work and remunerativework by the hand of God. model farm.Twentyseven. Florida during 1914. 1955 1R

for the diligent artisan from now on, but find- Let us reverently thank God this Memorial Day exhibit unit ideas Suwannee County freeholderswill ,

Ing him Is becoming an Increasingly difficult Job for for the brave men, and women, who have given now are under study. They range The Live Oak Canning Com- vote July 19 on a $995,000 ty I

many employers.For their lives that this land might remain free, for from a dramatic presentation of pany has secured the galvanized of bond issue to improve all schools ar
north the
to the
the boys and girls who do plan to go to college those who are serving In the armed forces today population growth (during the six fair building grounds just, on the east side of In the county. This' decision was r

the future holds brighter promise. That prom- and for a future which we trust In His wise and months of Expo the world popu Hamilton Street, for this season reached in a special meeting of
Ise Is based upon achievement, however And a college gracious hands latlon Is due to Increase 32 mil with privilege of renewing the the school board last Thursday 1C

degree Is no magic entre to the realm of sue Public Memorial Day services, sponsored by the Ion) to a demonstration of farm lease. afternoon. ui1

cess. It takes work, to get It good colleges and veterans' organizations of this area, will be held machines controlled by closed clr. c

universities ara culling out more students than ever Sunday afternoon, May 30th at 3 o'clock In Taylor cult television.. The 1915 session of the legislature -: Members of the Suwannee + c .
Chamber of Commerce
before and after winning the degree, the hard work, Park, the area Just north of the Cocoa City Hall. All will close on the 4th. The County
heard Harold Colee, executivevice 1l
begins. citizens are given a cordial Invitation to attend to Some of the proposed exhibit body has been a hard working president of the Florida A
be picture, we have tribute units include: one, and has done good work. L Lr a
If this seems to a gloomy pay to the brave men and women who have Chamber of Commerce, speak at
left out some of the bright colors. College work can given their all In defense of the principles on which The history of agriculture, emphasizing their quarterly meeting last FR f

be a bore and a grind, or It can be a challenge and a this nation was founded. the Influence on societyof The first car of watermelons to Thursday night.Supervising r
the attitude advances In the techniques of move this season was shipped by
rewarding experience, depending upon
-Cocoa Tribune food production. D. H. Gilbert from Fort Myers
of the student.To principal of Live 1a
Animal breeding, and a com- yesterday,
the Class of '65, our congratulations and out parison of modern breeds with Oak Schools H. P. Constant Jr.

sincere good wishes. And, remember, Santa Rosa Another Landmark Decision animals of early agriculture has resigned to accept a positionIn Itl
Alachua' County of r s
as principal
County needs you. The Florida Supreme Court last week, exercising Possible means of manufacturing 19/0 J

-Press-Gazette Milton the same good judgement that has marked all food for humans from Ir.... Administration of the four departments Klrby-Smlth Gainesville.Elementary SchoolIn IJtJ

A farm house and control tower of city government was
of its recent rulings, held that all tax assessors must
for the farmer of the future. settled In the hands of i'L'
four
use the full, face committees -
value of
properties in compilingthe A raging 18.000 acre forest fire tJb
Gyps Calling Again tax rolls of each county. Animal genetics, nutrition and by C. J. Hackney, president that was started by lightning over tJl
Summer.seems to be the opportune time for the physiology, transplanting of fer- of the council at a meeting
That ruling follows a the week end In Columbia County
principal long
"gyps" to flourish] in Florida and from now on many this newspaper, supportedby tilized eggs, use of hormones, antibiotics held at the city hall last night. threw a dense pall of smoke over

home owners and housewives will be besieged who offer"bargains" by The advalorum tax concept can operate fairly By Illustration, etc. the agricultural Efforts of 41 agricultural adjustment parts of Columbia and Suwannee ..........-N -..... :.-. ..
that horde of door-to-door salesmen Counties
fraud for all citizens only If it fairly applied. And such exhibit will show that technical administration workersin Wednesday Love Story To Kemem
which are only found to be pure
fairness can only result If and when all propertiesare knowledge to feed the world's future the county to establish crop
Chief of Police Persian
later on. fairly and fully evaluated at their full and reasonable population is available now. acreage on the county's 1.894 Foy said "
They'll assault! you by phone ringing or by value. Expo 67 officials report a number farms were Increased this week In today the violations of the lawson BAAS STUYour )
house calls and there will be everything offered by drivers licenses by the youthsof
of Industrial firms, both na order to complete the project before
Is -
This
especially true in a state where a Homestead Live Oak must stop, He said :to
strangers whom you have never met and probably tional and international, are Interested the opening! of tobacco and
Exemption Amendment frees the first that this
$5.000
won't see again after they have closed their deal. in agricultural pavllllon/ cotton markets. The work hasbeen was the second and last Wedding Photographer
of each residential property, occupied by the own warning this month.
The "bargains" will include fire-proofing! your space. Among expected foreign going on for 13 days LAKE CITY FLORIDA

home .", e.toeb4I t ow.."OabuMinc". the pr.tnUM er from. taxation. exhibitors are a number of IOV- Phone 752-5335
or *.-o rp-Un$ ttw twin oom. mn UM CaTO .. 'a.. ot ant vmuttMM.W._ than tbs amt too pW, .-m<.....J uw.aw tnm M* .teM>.. WM made in the second I Nlncty-Mvcn seniors received
n .t."U.tp"" uw' *.etnp'tO'l\ tt* ,sad- Bcotiand and New Zealand and
wan tea saved toy a now spray which smells of some primary results" by mailed in
vantage of turners of non-exempt holdings, such ii I large fertilizer manufacturers
insecticide but which proves/a delicacy to those absentee votes that were tabulated
chinch bugs, after the first dew has passed away business and residential properties, groves, ranches, byl the county canvassing board
and farmlands.As .
A lot of those out-of-town peddlers come and In keeping with current forecasts Friday, ,NOTICETo
go without any city license and with only a pickup an example, a home valued at $10,000 payi of agricultural production

truck or a brief case as their office Their carpet on only $8.000 In Polk County, with that figure reduced gains in coming years is one by County board of public instruc

and rug bargains are generally represented as surpluses to $3,000 by the homestead provision. Meanwhile Dr Herrell DrGraff. president of ion at the June meeting Tuesday Tobacco Growers

which have been selling at 125 a yard but a $10.000 business or rental property pays on the American Meat Institute.I I accepted the bid of Thomas
the basis of $8,000 due to employment of the 80 He told members of the California H. Radford for rebuilding the
which they no* offer at f 15 and which later you percent 12
I Inch
figure. Cattle Feeders'" Association parts of the McAlpln school destroyed Using Flues
can find in your home town furniture store for M 25
a yard. But even mort unfair is the percentage values recently that the American cattleIndustry by fire April 20.

tion when applied to lower must begin to build -
cost homes. For instance up
Unfortunately Lake Wales does not have a I letter Under
$8,500 home Its herd again If It to hold auspices of the Live Oak
a expects
and
Business Bureau but if did there are lot*-of them In Polk Elks!
that
we or. Lodge
possess
County and across Florida U 8. per capita beef consumption and with the COOperation NO ORDERS TAKEN
ganlsatlon, these gyps would find a way to past its If the 80 cent escapes without taxes at the record level of 100 poundsa of all civic bodies of this city
inspection and reach the gullible public And during per figure Is used. year. Uve Oak will hold an open air observance

the year thousands of dollars are thrown out of And regrt'tsbly many counties are far more Present herds are simply not of Flag Day oil the AFTER JUNE 10th

the window when the public refuseg to check further generous than Polk in fixing the percentage figure capable of maintaining the present Courthouse lawn next Friday,

in prices with reputable home-town dealers used In calculating assessed valuations consumption level DeOraff June 14.

It is always made easy for you to purchase By permitting lower cost homes to entirely escape says, and If they are not increasedper Suwannee Sheet Metal Works

from these Itinerants. No matter how large the bill taxation, the system shifts the burden of taxation capita consumption of beef O. W Dormon. representative

may be a payment of small amount can be made if onto the business properties and the farms, by 1970 will drop to 13 pounds an- of the tobacco section of the de S. Ohio Ave. Lire Oak. Florida
mines, groves and ranches. nually. partment of agriculture, said Sat.
you sign a note for the remainder; Of course you
The tax DeOraff feels that the American
liequlty which -
may find later that note contained some small can never be completely .
public Is becoming accustomed '
print which proved to be a mortgage on your home corrected until the Homestead Exemption to eating beef at the current
Amendment Is _
repealed
which is definitely collectible. can be partially erased
by rate. They will not want to surrender -
employment
These honey-tongued swindlers, blybynight- of full, fair valuations on all prop. It, he says, which means
erties by the tax -
ers, flourish In all sections of the state during assessors "they mill put a price tag on tryIng -
the summer months, but they seem to center their That was the ruling of the court and It Is a ruling to keep It". ( I'M ThAPPOINTED
that all fair minded
activities in the smaller communities where restrictions Florldlans should applaud

not strict and where Taxes are not and must never become. a ..
are so they can get penalty inflicted In the meantime, one reason thecurrent > ]
in and out without too much notice. upon the haves for the benefit of prosperity 'Is continuing
the leu fortunate.
The racket Is even applied to magazine sales so long without a recession Is the TO < wee.NTEER .
men, who over run our communities, presumably Taxes Imposed on any basis' other than that of fact. I believe, that no matter how

earning points for a college education. In many actual worth of the holdings of the citizenry become hard they try the business and

cases there were no points to get, the main objective both unfair and punitive.Of financial analysts are unable to

being to collect down payment of a collection of course, enforcement of the court decree Im- discover any Important positive
poses a clear-cut duty all tax threat to continued of
upon
progress
magazines, which you never receive after the "sales supported gov
man" leaves town. ernment agencies The ruling should not and the American economy
must not be permitted to It seems to me that most of the
the door
open
How' to avoid these swindlers is simple Use to wild
spending orgies. As the troubles underlying domestic and
common sense in checking the reliability of the assessment rolls increase
mlllage must be reduced In world problems at this time are
salesman and his company Get estimates from at direct proportion. associated with the population ex*

least three other sources, ask to see other work done Auburndale Star plosion. In the U. 8. we are tak

by the company, get everything writing and con Ire steps to solve the problems

suit your local business concerns who live hen and which we believe an increasing

who depend upon honest dealings to remain In business. The Suwannee DemocratOF population will bring. In other WE VOLUNTEER this information At commercial
parts of the world the people : a

telephone Be cautious and remember on any proposition free gifts generally made over havea the LIVE OAK FLORIDA either themselves will not to or achieve cannot stabilityand help bank your funds are a J legal J deposit, making you a credi-

string attached. "'" Ito pearl of |A. S..II.... Riper F.fl. progress. tor
On big jobs have all suppliers and Latin America a food exam not an investor, as in an association. This means thatat
sub-contractors sign! releases of lien. Finally remember DANNEn pie. In the 30 countries of that

the service man or merchandiser In your Established. list August Consolidated 1. lat EatabUahed UADm 1181 area population gained 307 per a bank funds must be available to honor withdrawal

home town Is anxious to serve you and a little Prukbed En" raanday at Fine A caaMe I,"., cent In the period I954-84. By

checking legitimate will dealer find him ready to meet any price of a Louie C. Wad-worth.... Editor ft: Publisher 1974.341 it per will cent.According have. increased another demand in full, without extended delay. You enjoy this

Oreater Lake Clara S. Wadsworth........ Associate Editor to U. 8. News a recent safeguard
Waleans have been swindled out plus insurance
of thousands of Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager' survey revealed Latin Am to $10.000 at the Commercial
dollars
in the
by. Most
of them never could locate the firm years with gone which they George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman erlcan trouble to Include peasant Bank.

weN doing business, with the result that "guaran Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oat ora agitation to be found in g countries

tees' meant SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $ .M : Communist terrorist activi
nothing and
a loss occurred
RATES Outride Suwannee Gee 12: labor armrest 13: threat

-Lake Wales News ALL SUBaCRlPTIONS PayabtTlii Corn AdYUICIKDDzROPI of a military coup, 3; high unemployment.

S. 14; economic 1natabOI1. -

There are always two ways to look al things & T; threat of left takeover 3; COMMERCIAL
.
your way' and the other fellow's. repression of free labor. .. BANK

S. "In moat of the area" says U. 8.

"Let's leave out the clothes closet* said the el10rlda News, "democracy, aa Nettle Americans J iwirnt OF LIVE OAK
practical man to hi architect know It. has failed to take
wife keeps -
Insisting she has nothing to wear. Christian real roo&. as' _. ;, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
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96! (9-fg to, I Mist Fennell Presentation Service Fourteen Receive Diplo mas From I Here I and There

i For Girl AuxliaryThe Kiddie Kollege, On May TwentyFirstentyfirst

First Baptist Church helda Friday night May twAlvin the home of Mrs. Mrs. Henry Cundiff has returned
Girls Auxiliary Presentation Brown was the settingof for the graduation exercises from Qulney where she was
WOMeNCLARA Service Wednesday night May 28. called because of the Illness and
ladles received the Kiddie Kollege- at sev en-thirty In the evening
Fourteen young death of her brother-in-law, Dr.
hiving completed Blue hydrangeas were used on the piano. The re-
It recognition as
O E. Boring. She was accompanied -
the required work aa Maiden freshment table placed on I the lawn was centered- with home by her daughter

S. WADSWORTH Editor Ladle..an.WaiUrur, and Princesses white Shasta daisies to further Mrs W. O. Cannon of Amerlcus,
Society the Teddy
They were aa follows: carry out the Kiddie College color Happy Fanner group; Oa.
Maldena Diane Abercromble. of blue and white. Nann Bear, Burt McCrtmon; Easter:
-
Miss Debbie Byrd Robin Brown and Sally Brown daughters Song Cathy Schneider; Rocket Dr. and Mrs. Tim Cooper of
Base And Linda Batten.
Betsy Carlton Are Unitcil
Bynl
Eubanks. Charlene Jenkins. Becky: of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brown Ship. Brant Helvenston; Moth- Detroit, Mich., arrived Sunday
In Marriage, In Double Ring, Church CeremonyBrass Townsend and Sue Townsend; presided over the punch table. era Day Song, by the group: The night to spend this week with
Song, Mrs. Cooper's parents, Mr and
Turtle. Angela Finch: ; Clap
candelabras one 15, two 9 and one 3 branchedand LaditeIn.WaiUnKathJ Bass The graduate marched In to by the group; The Library, Tammy Mrs. Mahone Ree.
two brass stands holding baskets of white gladioli Beverly Clifton. Patsy Johnson. the strains of "Pomp And Cir Sullivan; Wiggle Song by Miss Sinks Kofi, who U working
and mums, palms and magnolia boughs formed the back Kathl Mills, and Susan Swing; cumstance" Parent and members Brant Helventson. Burt McCrim- in Tallahassee during the legislature -
ground for the nuptial rites of Miss Betsy L. Bass, daughter and Princesses! Judy Howea and' of the Immediate family of on. Bill Smith. Sklppy O'Neal and spent the week end with her

of Mrs. Curtiss Bass and the late Curtis Bass. and Vernon Oaill'olWr. for the was the graduate were welcomed by Martin Hinea. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koff.
Carlton Byrd ton of Mr. and Mrs. The them program Angela Futch Theresa Bass pre The Fathers Day Song was by Miss Jill McMullen student at
world
tel Carlton Byrd. on May 23 at 3:30: of organdy over net. the front of 00 And Tell" A large I sented the flag and the group fished the group. I FSU spent the week end with her
tit pat at the Mt. Zion Christian the skirt was trimmed In lace Mrs Callle Fennell .f Me. globe constituted the Interest cen. the pledge Sammy Boseman received the I parents Mr. and Mrs J U Mo-
11 ter with the gold letter spellingout .
Church with Leon Godwin, (husband tame as the bodice. The lace Alpln. and Dewey Fennell at I Tell The group sang .Pt.. Little perfect attendance gift. Mullen.
word "Oo And suspended
omb of the iroom's cousin: ), of bodice was enhanced with scalloped Falatka with U aa ...8 the the above. Candle light Firemen", Gathering Eggs and Mrs. Brown distributed diplomas Jon Burch spent the week end
thDc Gainesville performing. the double neckline. The sleeves came engagement ef their iaagfeter.MartljrB and white Just baskets of flowers carried Five and Five which were learnIng : to the following: her with his mother, Mrs. W. O.
ring to calla lily points. The train was numbers song rm Olad was! Theresa Deanna Bull Sammie Burch He la attending 3A at FSU.
ceremony.
Lets, ef Clearwater U colon of and
organdy double panel trimmed In out the green given by Tammy Dietrich and The Irene Boarman Tammy Elisabeth Dr and Mrs. II. F. Preston and
Mist Elaine Dennis organist Robert Eugene Ham *f Large,
lace Identical to that of the bodice white. Scarecrow by Bill Smith which Dietrich Margaret Elisabeth: daughter, Renee, spent last weekend
accompanied Mr* Bonnie Townsend et and Mrs. The Oounaelora for the Girl'sAusliary I
on Mr. Stanley
and attached at the shoulders was followed by Three Little Fann. Angela Baprlna Futch. In Sewanee Tenn., where
KJlar vocalist who sang. "I Love Kaam ef 8t Feten'. are Mrs. Ellsworth Carroll -
with small bows. The veil was rg. Pumpkins. Halloween warn led by Lynn Ellen Hatch Brantly Walker they attended the graduation of
You Truly.Whither Thou Ooesf shoulder length. Her only ornament The wedding. wiD Ve July Miss Elisabeth Jackson Mrs. ,
Tamm, Sullivan and Tim To Helvenston IV James Martin their son. Oar,. from Sewane
1)11I< and the "Wedding Prayer. Harvey Perry Miss Sue Perry
was a pearl)<< necklace, gift third at few-thirty la the at- Rise wj given by StephanieMoore. Hines, Danny Burton McCrtmonJr. Military Academy.
th M this WM sing the bride and Miss Elaine Smith and Mr.
ten knelt on the brass and of the groom. Miss Bass carrieda tern*n at the Lake-lew Baptist Bern Cathy Schneider gave .. Stephanie Deal Moor. Charles Mr. Harry Hair Jr. of Tallahassee
groom Swing.
crescent shaped bouquet of Church Clearwater Thanksgiving; Pine Tree by Martin Ryals O'Nea1UI. Cathy Lrnn&hnl'ld.r. and Mrs. Arthur Goulds of
ex white cathedral type prayer A reception wu given In the
white feather carnations Uly of Hlnea: Turkey Gobble by Tammy William Cowart Smith St. Petersburg and Mrs. Lena
htlORI bench. Min Fennell Is a graduate *fSawannee Fellowship Hall In honor of these
the valley centered with a pure Dietrich: and Listen by Sam- and Tamela Nora Sullivan. Jenkins of Jacksonville spent several
r Attending the bride were Mn. High 8eb..Land young ladles by the Woman'sMissionary
white orchid. mi* Bowman. Lovely Christmas, Mrs. Drown received a gift from day with Mr. H. II. Hair ST.
Union of the church.
Calm Palmer, matron of honor. Mra Baal wore an aqua ribbon Margaret Farm: Little Things the mothers last week.Burr .
Phyllla Sperrlng and Carolyn Bos knit sheath with an aqua hat. at the other the three tiered .s Theresa Bass; Little Jack Front, a A. L. Dialer Jr. and his son.

well were bridesmaids. They wore and white accemortes. She wore a cake trimmed In lily of the valley. Frier Music! Lynn Hatch; The Oral Skl"1 Electrlo\ lights were first In- Paul IMxler. of Qadsden. Ala,
Identical gowns of floor length tier held wedding bells O'Neal Valentine, the spent awhile her Saturday en-
corsage of two green cymbidlum The top : by group! : I stalled In the White House during -
apricot aatln with headpieces of orchids. with small satin bowl Mrs. Stel- Studio RecitalThe Politeness, Margaret Pains: of Benjamin route to Tall.h.......
administration
the
net attached to flat bows and a Mrs. Byrd won a yellow linen la Oraff and Mrs. C O. Palmer i Frier Music Studio will present George Washington Sammy Harrison In I 50*. Mr. and Mr.*. Danny B. Mo-
rosebud of same material M the heath, a yellow hat and white poured the punch. Miss Nell Bass their annual recital on June Boseman: The wind. Lynn Hatch; I e Crlmon and sons Burt and Mike.
gown. They also wore pearl ear accessories mel a corsage of two and Mrs. Elisabeth Basa cut the, fifth at eight o'clock In the Junior The Spring Stephanie Moore: spent last week. end at Daytona
rings a gift of the bride. pale yellow cymbidlum orchids. cake. High School Auditorium. My Shadow, Cathy Schneider; (Pence Test UtMerlpllon New) Beach.
The matron of honor carried a Following the ceremony a reception The bride's book table wee covered -
crescent: shaped bouquet of light was held In the Educational with a white cloth over green
green full mums with satin ribbon Building of the church. and held the memory candle and
i streamers that matched her gown. Floor basket of magnolia book. Patsy Palmer kept the
The bridesmaid carried crescent: boughs white gladioli and mums bride's boot
shaped bouquets of light green were used to an advantage In the Hostesses were Mrs Betty Bass, INSTALLED
i fuJI mums with dark green satin room. The bride's table was covered Mrs. Owen Collins. Mrs. Edellne
ribbon streamers. with a white eutwork cloth Bass Mn. Zelda Bass, and junior
Carlton Byrd father of the over green and caught at each hostesses passing out rice bags of SALE
groom awed as best man. Ushers comer with white bows centered IJ'ft1wert Cathy Basa Me-
were Calm Osmond Palmer Jr. with lily of the valley. An Ivy lima Bas, Cindy Bass, and Darlene CARPETINGENJOY
groom's cousin Carter Basa bra chain was draped on the skirt Bass.
ther of the bride. Theron Bass of the cloth. The table was centered For" her wedding trip to Daytona
Jr. brides cousin and Steven with an arrangement of Beach the bride wore yellow two "LIVE OAK'S Homo Fashion Center"
Baa bride's brother who escorted white gladioli and full mums piece crepe' ensemble' with a yellow -
the mother of the bride. Behind the arrangement was a flowered hat. white accessor-
IJ IJr The bride was given In marriageby pair of three branch silver can- lea and the white orchid from her NEW BEAUTY AND COMFORT UNDERFOOT
her uncle: Theron It. Bass. delabru holding the lighted tapers bouquet.
She selected for her wedding a At one end of the table was They will reside at Ontario"

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--IN-THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Florida ..-.111 \

IN' AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, Lot T. 1. 14 and II, In Bl ek
Rev. Melvin Will Receive Eagle Award Two Brothers Funeral Services FLORIDA. IN PROBATE of Railroad Addition to the City 10.

IN JIB Th.* JEitat of Ll O... : In the K;(K *,> tZ
-.U ,4y RUTH Pi NOCLImomdlmn known NEB of tlo. It Township : ,
.. RUTH B. NOBLE.: Bouth. Rasa I. Eaitj I
End Pastorate Here Receive Held ThursdayFor D. ...... a nd you an bans.ra.lr.d to J Ik
Flllut PMItlM Pr tM Clerk ., geld Cowl wltA
f.eDI2t.:: Of Alml.latrlar '.'. .. othee Dladinn I.0e .news,
Noun U ....b'| Rlv.! that I h... .....?..: x o. 5.1... the I.pnd wd pro:
Here I SundayThe Eagle RankTwo Miss JohnsFuneral flied mr find rotun..0 Admlnl.tr.tnr Jut,, Its*. and to woe a ""p" th..r dip or
of th* EiUt: of Ruth P. Nook I <"" M.od. upon PIintler.. stunnrt. AIR'rH aEl.1
that I bav. fllrd nr pftlUon' for find LEKI a LEWII lot Vast
Rev Nelson B. Melvin will Live Oak brothers receivedthe services for Miss Selma riluhwv and that I will. ipplr to th, 81..t. LI.. Oak. Florida. to the Ho.i C.,;, ,.

conclude his pastorate at the Live highest award in scouting Johns were held Thursday.. May Honorabl* RM Brown Florid, oft SuItb rl.ht.plats till'h....or.. Inter.aettIne up the r..,."...

Oak Advent Christian Church during ceremonies held In the 27 In the Mt. Olive Baptist of 4.,B"i.jr;.County 146, for approval of th* the oboe d_rlb4" property In or lUn. up'.n

here, Sunday, June 6. At the elev. First Methodist Church Tuesday Church. The Rev. W. H. Gray conducted ..m. and for final dl..h.... .. AHmln- by ,ou. Heroin fail not rl""d W',
l.tr.tor of th. E.tat: *f Ruth P. Noble. be entered br'dafauT "
en o'clock service, the 12 membersof night the services with burial In d..od.. WITNBBg! mynhand and the eeVl. ,

the graduating class of Suwan- Mike and Steve Rushing were the Mt. Olive Cemetery. II W. C. AIRTHAdmlelstntor Mid I?. rlorde.Court at tote LI..'h.Oak. luw.no.. "ru"th..

nee High School from families of I awarded the coveted Eagle badge Miss Johns was killed In an automobile I.' 1555. uth .... n' dry

the church will be honored at a for their consistent work in earn- accident on US 90 near tAVAUCHN A. 8F!..|IONS,

special service of recognition. ing merit badtes It was the first Wellborn May 24. She was born in IN THE THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA INAND (SEAL.CI.rk of "" C"""' Coup,

Oraduates will wear their caps time In Live Oak history that two Suwannee County and had beena FOR SUWANNFE COUNTY tt By _/ Lillian. Radford

and gowns in a proceslsonal with brothers have received the awardat resident of Jacksonville for the FLORDA. IN CHANCERY.W. .
W. LAND and hi. wlf,
the choir Rev. Melvln's last ser the same tIme. last nine years. She was a member ACME LAND. NOTICE OR TRADE UNDER ..IOITlO\l5'-

mon will be entitled What Will The boys are the sons of Mr. of the Baptist Church. flaJntlffi' TO WHOM IT MAT NAME CONCERN LAW

You Inherit? and Mrs. N B.. Rushing of Live Survivors include one sister, RODERICK' MACLFNNAN': *t .I. Nstles I. h..b, .1.0 that th, ands..
dn.d
The Rev. and Mrs. Melvin, with Oak Their father la employed by Mrs. Arrow Jones Jacksonville NOTICE D.r.n".n'TO DEFEND Itatutq. pursuant CMpor LOt51 to tho. 0.flolllio.a.etloe.' "0"".,

the U. S. Department of Agriculture and brother Oupton Johns Plordds' Statutes. 1111. n' "
their sons. David and Danny will a RODFRICK!: MACLFNNAN. R. MAC. tM Cltrl& .10 rorteur. 'h
Live LENNAN. J. W. LEMON and HARRY d the CI..I eo. ,
Hog Cholera Station in Pompano Beach. I. sad
Concord N. H. Tuesday for Svwanno.
move to P. BREDETTE. U ..Id defendant are Countr. Florida, .
Oak. Rushing Is being transferredto Active pallbearers were Olenn eelpt of proof of pufcilcatloa: K;: "
following David's graduation En. Urine, and If anr or all of aald' ".'ond. lee tilt *f ?'::
Ames. Iowa, in a short while Smith Bunard Raines Warren defendant* are dereaed the en- riotltlou. ammo ....1'| :
route to their new assignment, Mr and Mr. N. B. Rushing admiring the Eagle Scoot badge 55..4 .po..., helra, 01....._ ranuea, ..d. 04.. And J.se..s
because the station here Is beingphased Johnson Lester Johnson J. W. ......Ito.. .55,5 w. wail Inn... I t.
they will visit Aurora, HI., where or other parti** alaJnlnir' br. h....,..
that was Just awarded to their two sons Mike and Steve Rushing 0 C. through under .In.' fuek deeea.ed W..tp.N to .0.... ,. ludnlar
out.George Jones.
Rev. Melvin will attend the annual Foster, and,, or any > LI... Oak. nmds ,I.
Tuesday night In the First Methodist Church. The boy scoutmaster scoutmaster of defendant or defendant U allie. P. O. and our add_. "
Ben 540
were .
meeting of the church's Ogden Honorary pallbearers and If dead their unknown helra, e..l- U.. Oak..
board of publications. The family George Ogden, U shown In the background (Dan Stainer Troop 369. said that it took a special Claude Johns Lamar Johns, Bob *-, .......*. er ...0...*: and nil ..... Tb..05.43 JOHN of ..C......hl' I. ..U..
ODOM
U. ,
ba.Int .
.1o..ln. to ho. 1Dated
sip /
expects to arrive In New Hampshire Photo) dedicated boy to achieve Miller Tommy Miller, Donny rt..t. Uti. 0' I.......' I" 55. prop.rtp GEORG.at.SON &t':

June 14. Eagle Scout and Mike and Steve Prescott and Oary Register, h...,, dwedbd. to..It *..JOHN Is .C'. 0005.A. 1st

Rev Melvin will serve as man- Funeral ServicesFor Last Rites For are creditable examples of the The James B. Daniels. Funeral Th. 8E" of th* NWU\ : th. NH ... GEORGE T. JOHNSON

ager-treasurer of Advent Chris- I future leadership of our country. Home of Live Oak was in charge ofh.. NWU of th* ; th.
of 55 h. U BWli
W4 NW
of
tian Publications Inc., and will be The Rev Raymond White pastor of arrangements. LK88 AND EXCEPT all th* oil.j tea IN I THE CIRCUIT COURT: OP THI

for the church's pub- PadgettFuneral Robert Johns of St. Luke's Episcopal Churchin and other' m/n.nla In. on and under FLORIDA INIAND FOR UUWANNEI
responsible Live Oak was the principal all' th* .Mr'" ........bod land. ,... COUNTY.,
lications Including Sunday School ARK: of th* NW14\ of BWH ,... IN ('HANCElY.un
quarterlies, the national magazine services for Walmer speaker for the ceremonies and Last Rites Held WH of th. NE" of th* *WU | and DIVORCE D. RDTHWELL AND OTHER Rtun
,
Held
The Witness, the denomina- Padgett were held at the Branford ThursdayFuneral said that the awards were an Indication th. awn ., th. swHi rm'taUfT'

tional newspaper, devotional Church of Ood with the Rev. J. of the quality of citizens For All In Bactlnn tl. Town.hip 4 "South THOMAS XOTriwELL..
services for Robert MIchael Saturday Ran.. It : ,
Eaat. and
guides, and books. Marvin Odom and the Rev JulianL. Johns were held Thursday these boys would be in futyears. .e.... nor or k..t! conUlnlnr lit TO Defendant
Thoma
Intermentwas I Rotkwcll
In the little over two years that Feagle officiating. May 27 in the Mt. Olive rld..... and _101..wke, addreu
Baptist Yon to
San- 21st and and eel of yn..N Sarah aslwn.plaint .
plot In the Steve and Mike are the Mrs. SasserFuneral a**
the
in
the minister has been In Live Oak family are notified ..
Church with the Rev. W. H. Gray rally notified. thai W. W, LAND and Dlew.f jjkj Com
the church added 48 members ta Fe Cemetery Pallbearers_were 22nd Eagle Scouts in Live Oak kla wife, AGNES LAND filed. theIr ...- named for Court It.. Wen I* ,lit
conducting the services Burial led
w. Only about cent of Boy amen Complaint' I. the Circuit Court of you are reaulred
j. one
Dell Beach, Horace Caaon per services for Mrs to awn a f
The congregation purchased a new Siiwanne popr your aa.ee .
was in the Mt. Olive Cemetery. County, Florida ...In.. or plea
building site adjacent to the Bass Jr., W. M. Sykes, Alvin Revels Scouts become Eagle.Governor Blanche Sasser were held Saturday and .*ck of yon ac defendant aeeklnc rou hit tit,.. to .. Complaint spas Ike Plata.
Johns killed Attorney, W.
was in an automo Randall
and Earl Franck May 29, at the First Metho- quiet ISo title of th. plaintiff' to the P. O. Bo. .01. .. la.ihtet
LI
school property on Walker Avenue bile accident on US 90 Well- ... .. deccrlkcd real property located Oak, P1.rds.sad..
and has developed preliminary The deceased died Friday In a near dist Church of Live Oak with the .......... Crane.. Florida. In fll.. Ik* .rt.laal I. 11. *fflc* of tilt
born on May 24. At the time of his Vetoes You Clerk .f tk. Circuit Court I........
or further
short *
plans for a four building 1 Lake City hospital after a death Johns was serving In the Rev Spivey Brabham, pastor of the return day of In hereby.. Notice notified to Defend that count,..Florida. LI.. Oak. Florida. .a *r
illness. the church conducting the ser I* July .. .... and befor tk. Slat day af I.... A. D. Hit
complex arranged court ,
shall
around a yon aald
U. S. Army He was a member of on If yuj car. to butte Ik ..... .
.. .
near Election d.1. er of ...,.... ether
Suwannee County copy your If ,. .
and providing for a church edu- Born In City vices. Burial was In the Live Oak o wise tk* alwtaUma. of Ik. Complaint
the Baptist Church.Survivors upon AIRTH. 8FI: IERS LEWIS.
111 atlornyc will .. .
until tokn
he had farmed ponfMMd ky ,. ..
Branford. Cemetery. for *
cational facilities, and a social plnlntlffa. who*. .dd.... to
several Include his mother, P. O. B.. A. Ll.. Oak Don and Ordered I* U... Oak, FH. .
retirement ,
forced his Florida pad
center health Mrs. Date MI'I. Sasser died May 27 In the Immdltly Ida. the Lath dsp. 01 May. 0. Hal
Dorothy Knight Johns Jacksonville thereafter file th. '
ChangeA arlaln.l ef
Recently the parsonage was years ago. He had made his Medical Center at Gainesville after cam. In th* 0ed..-. pf th. Clerk ./ tk. LAVAUGHN. A. HKJWIOMg
two
; and brothers Carl- Clerk
f Clrcurl
of his niece, Ct.ulCarl of th. ....... Court
home
home at the lingering illness. She styled Court
a was a
moved to a location near the new ton and William Johns both of bill that would have changed othrwf .Darn. Pro ConfMa Buvaaae c..." FlerW.M I.
will k
Lake
site and is being Improved by the Mrs. Maxine Lambert.. In member of the First Methodist entered ...1..., ,... SEAL
Jacksonville. He 1s also survivedby the dates of the Live Oak second II" |... R..,...
City since 1904. He was a memberof Church of Live Oak WITNFM my kcnd and the official'
addition
of
a new kitchen. Florida
Deputy CkrkADVERTISEMENT
Beachvllle Advent Chris his grandparents Mr and Mrs primary election was vetoed by coal I of aald Court Ibla Ut day ., ....... 1-4
Room utility room and a car- the R. C. Knight of Vero Death Governor Haydon Burns Tuesday Survivors include one daughter till.

port. tian Church.He Mrs Doris Beverly of Gainesville; LAVAUC.RN A. SFSSTONS:
FOR BIDS
Active to the he
pallbearers Jimmy According Governor
were Clerk of th.
nieces Circuit Crt
by several PEOJKCTtADDITIONS
In his was survived two J. D. Sasser of Gainesville
announcing resignation sons
: Hodge, Charles Bass, James Mills, vetoed the bill that was purportedto AND ALTFRVTinM.
on April 4, the pastor listed the and nephews Tommy Miller, Donny Prescott, make Live Oak city elections and E. W Sasser of Ormond By I I Illllan Bedford BUWANNEE COUNTY' HOiriTAL
Deputy CkrkRtCIITRATION
objectives which he hoped to J. Robert Weaver Funeral Home Beach: four grandchildren and I-* LIVE OAS FLORIDA
help GaIT Register coincide with state election days .. .. .
of ar- and I kid will k* ....1... h Iki
in charge
the church accomplish during the of Lake City was Honorary pallbearers were when he found the date In the 1 three great-grandchildren. Board of Tractor* ., Ik. .Surataei

remainder of his pastorate. rangements. I Active pallbearers were J. Mar UNDER FICTITIOUS Costly HMpltal. LI*. 0.... Florida. at
Claude Johns, Lamar Johns Bob measure were Incorrect. NAME ACT JOHN !*. WILSON eel Ik.* stike of tk. Board until ,.l P M
__With one week left he said Miller, Owen Craft Norman Law, Mayor J. Marvin Phillips said vin Phillips. Joe Sharpies' La HAZEL: 1. WILSON HIS WIPE: DOING I... II, 1144 and ,.... al Mid, rffieapukllelr

'The only goal unreached 1* the church It within 3.000 of iti I and Carrie Bryant yesterday that a typographical er. vaughn Sessions Claude Hackney, BUSINESS AS PARTS.SUWANNEE AUTO Pinna.' ._Bplflllon.a and read*, In.lrurtlonc aloud. t*

financial support for the newchUl'th goal." Funeral arrangements were by ror was found in the bill after it Kenneth Allen and Roy Hunter.HonoraI" NOTICE Bidden. sad Form of Propocal mar Art sl.
building program and it is The church will not hold even- )' pallbearer were L M. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, .......... from Ik* Architect, Rar L"kb .
the James B Daniels had passed both houses of the
Funeral legislature
Yon will _
pease tab. te. that S fled Ill I Weel Dnral It. La... t.I,.
possible that this may be attain- ing services Sunday but will Join Home of Live Oak. and that the only way to Mizell, J D. Henry George Har- underlined' JOHN a. WILSON and ....r..... A dipi.M of III 14 fe port
HAZEL J. WILSON ......... Ml will k .......... TM .
ed. The finance committee announced with other churches In the com- mony A. B Miller, Hubbard Gray, and wife depo.lt wit)
I t atop it from becoming law was to ar* *n...lnt and will ....... In wkl. returned M Mid plan aad 'arectflretlr 1
Sunday that pledges in munity In the baccalaureate service ask the Governor to veto It. and Bill McLeod. see. sad retail .m.tll. k.....* nursed emplto. aa4 I. pad

the current campaign had exceed at the Coliseum where Rev. Funeral arrangement were by kdlln automokll ..,1.. .*..*..... re. dltlonj wllklnj. ten days after openlr
Boyles Awarded The original bill that was .lated aad] ether Soma ., LJv. Oak, ....,. A- certified or .......,*. .....k.
ed last year's giving and that the Melvin will preach the sermon drawn at the request of the Live the James B. Daniels Funeral id.. In the **m. nitSUWANNIE i boo, m ... not .... ,...* I*,
Home of Live Oak. : AUTO PARTS I bee kid. ......... I. tk. Board *flee 1,
..JYYYIIIIYYYIa -Yla-__ __ ___ ____ ____ _____ Oak commlvlon! was to have the UVE OAK. FLORIDA ', *. .._.... County Ho.pllalaempnny / .t
Master's Degree city second primary fall on the 1 and Ik* underala-ned will flle rout **.k propoaal aa a .*...._
For The Beat The liver from a huge basking trntlon .t ..... fletltl. .*.* ... .. reKind this tk* Bidder will promptly. raw pit.
In i
first Tuesday after the fourth ky ...ttn I.S..., I.side agica.m.nt to 4. Ik* work and ,.....
Eugene Boyles. son of Mrs. Harry Monday In May This la the same shark may yield\ a* much a* 200 .. "... r.r'- n4 .*..*., bd to ...
gallons of vitamin-rich oil.11stonat the **M kualn**. I* ...*.. ky Ik* nndere'prtner.ktp I.urn teM men Ids. II**, ef the extract
ROO I IG J. BoyUi of \h11\\,. psdust.d cut u ih*> stab runoff primary.j .4nad "'* a '
aad Ears
cxuu COULJLCT ftMMfc _.. 55 1- M..Mso.edtm.' .webUniversity tA 1 'wlmwtwn151w drafted tva. o.o.r.ph\.,. In It* partaer .... an, aadlvMd **e-klf ear I**. k* cwarly primal marked wkon eu aukmltud the sera slat enktk

STANDARD with a mauler's Agree/ 1 .fourth Monday was changed b y new book Wondrous World of t-reel tkereln.Dated lllddr'p Mm *.. Ik* ...* el Ik.
ROOFINGand I in agriculture/ He is a graduate of typographical Flshe tit tllk dee ef Mar Isis projeetTk ,
error to the third
./ JOHN
Wll.dON' Peed nu..,.. Ik* rlgkl >, re
Suwannee High School and the Monday. ./ HAIEL I. WILSON Jut .*. *r. all kM. aad to ..1.. wf
University of Florida. 1 According to 5.1 Irrmtorttte. .doomed to k* m Ike to*!
SHEET Phillip the city Into.., of tk* H.erd.
METAL CO. Boyles spent a year of study at ulll now go back to the old systemof Public NoticesIN IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT THE BOABD OP TRt'RTFF

211 So. Ashley St. Ph. 244-2646 NC State on a fellowship granted having a certain number of IN FLORIDA.. AND FOR SUWANNtE IN :PROBATE.COUNTY. UWANNEE COUNTY HOPITAI

ESTIMATES BONDED by the Department of Agriculture./ days between the first and second THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN BE I Tk E....* ., I, /- Sharpie.Cknkrm .

FREE VALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS Following this, he completed a primary Instead of a specific date IN AND Foil SUWANNIE COUNTY. C. T. BAEER.r>..- I.. .*
field of study in agricultural pub FLORIDA. IN PRO A1 E. NOTICE: TO DITOCS
lie set.An IN KF.t: Tn. 1.11I: ,.. 01OIU'A. T. AB Creditor Md IN
POTMM
policy and administration. Hmtaf CIRCUIT COURT. SUWAINlK
attempt will be made to get CARAKER: a4 C..' *r Dimaadi Afakul ..... EIMt COUNTY FLORIDA. CHANCERY
The former local student Is employed the bill through the next session BERTHA LCI CARAKER.: To and Mk ef yes ar. kereky mad WET: WILSON

as a program specialist In of the legislature when It meetsIn THE: BTATE or Balk FLORIDA Do-.....TOt fled deniMda aad .....wktek.... to_pr.i.al*. Hike any *f lalMand r.......".
r
the A8C8 state office in Gaines two years, according to the ADFLAIDB CARAKER PAGE. OSCAR mar b*..* acalMl Ik* ...... ef*C:you T. WILLIAM a II.LIII: "1I..801f.

ville. WALDO CARAKER and ill ..k... d.*...... ... W aald Co*<.. .. )./.....,.
mayor.OltJ& .,.... praae _.-.41. tk. Count Juda-e of .....w C...,.. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TM or* krhy notified tai a Par Florida at kl. offle to tk"* court koueeof lot WILLIAM MCLEB WILHON '
1 1 lion ka. keen filed hi MM Court .
/ .1. aaid
County at U*. Oak. Florida.witktpj II,. Earl Ckalk. Da owl tree'UT
for determination. ; W kfHlrle. and all eeleadar
math
from tko 0... Florida.Youj .
you ar ......, reuulred to HI* your wrtl. time ef Ik* fen ........._ of the ar* kereky a-u iII04 shin. s ..aplal.l
ALBUM ton ...,__ Ikereto wltkht' 4* darn J ,aka Eek claim ... '
ar demur .11 k* Mwrlllae fee die**** ha. ..... filed WI'''
of in Ik. flrct pukUrtMj ......,. should .... .
a J Ib.IM m *.1. aad ...." ... you and ..* spa ****lrd to ***** *.
d you tall 4..ul k* entered th* pi ., rMeM
*** and .
t peel .1/W f pour *.w*, or pleadmc to Mid Mtit.
'I due enure*.Or** said PetHIo addrea. d 05..lalm.aL and ....11 k* o* tk* pHilatlfT.. .._,.. J. *
,7 JOORIS WITNEM had and Ml of sell >.ern to ky Ik.
.minuet kip ours .. rld***. l*| Rut Mdlei Oral LairCNy
DAY'SJust Court ,.>...Lit. Oak. .._.,..* Cs.IR. atteraer. and any :..k ..... or demand .......... and flta la. .r.._I Asa
Florid* I.I d.y of 3m. 1141.RCKC ael N. filed. shall, .etd, .. Clad
Checkered Ts CROWN C..ty J.d.. WOT et *dla5 ta tk* afflr* *f Ik*
By ar.._ McCall SLOUUR BAKERAdmmllrale of Clreull. e_... *. or kefor M-*.,
*> I... SI. I....
2. G 1 lJiM I 4/ Clark '/ DAVID Calla: If yn fell to do ":.. todml br d*
...../... ..
'
ere* pr* ***if>*** waS k* take ataaMlye
Li 1
STATE OP FLORIDA. far Ik* relief d.mcad.d M Ik* *>m

for permitting ut to moke FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT: : NOTICE OP I place., ,
a SHERIFF'S
SALE ,. and Ordered kl U.hb. Ft '
FREE AIR CONDITIONING and TALLAHASSEE COMMISSION FLORIDA 11..111."...,....la... ....... (Ire* that L t.. .... Ikl'* Iltk day *f Mar. IMILAVAUCNN
aa Skerlff ,
Nolle* I. ....... live Ikel Ik. Fin. *. ('-.'". ,.....*.. lei sad ky ef .5u..a.. SEMIONICletk
HEATING SURVEY OF YOUR HOME Mu .f .f ClrenH Cn
tf .
J ,t Id. Del..p*.>..' C.ar.1..W ... ... that ..tai. eieeutl ...... out ft ,,,, W4 ate Florid.
ported a '. .11e Airport .t,. I* twite* Clrntt .
Crl .
W I> .1 ,
... e.** .. r-..... (
II. ( South Raap II
toBuwnnno
wkereht Atlanta. ZEALas
&a'I: Meullle (**ke. c..- IJIUaei BdfrdDonujty
COOIINQ Ceoal. Fiona, .*.,. a...... Crratloj. ,.*..... mad
COIl Ml*** ., ... Inwaaae* Cvaaty B..*rdef *M>. kMee* to Ik. ..... ef FwHl Clerk
DUIi {ySrIM I.e
Cammleeloejera. Peel Offle FWW ('......
411.5.5 CMUMar. b> ,.....,11I.
Bel *. Oak, Floe Ida.laapoelHM sad Huak A. W"-... .
oWm. ....e M THE: CIRCUIT COVBT. THljnJUDICIAL
) rMl Ik* all. to W anil. *. WUj sad ...._.
able. far Ike ,....... ",--... **i pub- n
i Pugh. nellr I* keruky *>ten Ikal a He tMe4 of D..I
C ,
PukH Airport alt. approal will W m.aued k... kd and nt. e-biilla. I IJ'I CHA..cI8'c
** ** after 1... '. 5es unit eI pleat fee pal. H. e/..
1114. ualeeeprior aad
oell to Ik* ......, sad JONN5Pielnwiti .
M JUM 1. ..*.. MM m ...... towrlthi fee oaak. ., Ik* fre.1 dew Stile ..

*.......this. nel Coa W *.rar'JBY ...ton. wky .**kpermit Fleet"Nue In Lie. Oo*. .....01..*Ik*c.Court...,. 1M aAntT. el *L

AUTHORITY I* MlUfy _>| aad Iie. .........
OF IMhrhf
NEW ITV eeeu i* I... 1. I5 hamS.
n-w. o......_, h..1aS. San ef NOTICE TO CUING
.. Ml tile '. "v Or
Ilik hr *f 11II... A.D, "*.. properly, .
U ChlorobutylMSatety-Unr" 11UANA(1 ROCKR STAKE. Et*..il*. IMmtor *'". .45E' WILLIAM PAILS .... JOHN C '

Holds Air t Tim. Bitttrl ATTgtftmds5 Do.........., c-.'' .r *is: aad----'il\'*'f a**. knew GENII if nrm.kw. a4*. d.ilni.If ..... Ikew....--
lie* t, all ...... inpuiaa.
to T. .
4. Seth W .....- bf
T
Wider "WrapAround"t COMAISS01ONOINSli W. wmitarNQTON. 5wtul.ry Rt wMN.N M NM* panto
*
Triad-Better Control 1 ( rw0......... C*..!MMICERTIFICATE Ftartte. ,1..u1.1a0 lit*Cu*>aly Jto<, U'w.Maw *.o.0_Ml._M.k. -d. N

.More Traction I 'U ... eteeee, -, -kator* aed .*.*.*** of L B
stole MrrALLUTER Skerlff ; JOHN*. ... sad .-
"Powwsyn" Rubber1i THIs' central air ( and OF ... ...* c:...... FloridaIN Imai i a Pa.a.la n'
conditioning l
hearing"... will west ro ro*ATE DISSOLUTION N.. ike****, nal.r or a.o :
Gives You up h 334x for all 'round U TM NM A4 B.. TM A....,411 Ik* no;.* Mmod defendant! pod a* P ,
More MII.al you year .. keeping your horn filled with Of TV *.>!. Of f1oorio6a THE CIRCUIT MM kmT *v ..).!.. My. toteeeet *

M "Hl-r Nylon Cord- 41tap froth cool air all alma, and warm flowing GAS heat TO SH4LL ALL WHOM TMFJIR rRKENT IDA. THIRD JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT or rloa IN 04 to Ik* fallow m. *.......... mod*, iwl

for Grait.r Illtn glh ... 1 for tho chilly dart and nights ahead.. and It'* alt auto wk-COMB r. a CRFRTINflai MORLKT jnaiminN AND FOR BUWANNIC COUNTY"' ....., Half. ef ...,_ QureINt >

More Stability! matic. And me tort? phone ut today and wo'N gladly crew SHADY TKHMEIUIFI,,1.1.\ .'. ". !\\INFoM.I c. c. ULiviMa[. PAIL CEORCU L """....IN.! .CHANCERY..... TwwMkaa, W BWH S pwalk of BMW BeelI II Pad*.

show you how much you can save with a Day and Night i BARB. assist 'All a.. Tease*. PlnmtaTf.BtciiAjTo Top a4 MCP of re* are .....,. .'
0 fin lueK/TUMUts I PIMM l 05. J B Htl'Dt. IIIIADY VALLEY asap oMnTtod Ina4 C. ... ...*.. al *
combination oloctrl .to" ..
air conditioning and IP-Co Mating TFNNKMCIl C B. WALCaa. PNADS'vALLT. ei .. L. J.b.4..d km wlf e. TWM O. <-
D .
1d5H/1II S5 lyttwiii In your he..... Tnllflu": .t A N IIL.Y. NOTICE r.d.n.TO DEFEND ftto4 tlwv ew n Oimilil.l to tkJJrrurtCowrl ,
56P161Jt15 111.,, less' HADV VALLEY TTNWEIWIIE. of B_Ma.e (-.* rw
R ttt Ik* ll.l *.r *f ..... AD.. ".1. WrKVr? rjLf101* TO ntoM yu> Md Mk of P55 M d-f., *
..
... ..
I' TiSlN : / 9 M*** to W tenrrimit wow ... Im msdw.. .*.. eI eat*. ...._ to **M IW MU of *
/ 1i//J.l$ 111.15oSUTJSU 12 st5.. P.e1..4 rv.nl* *iTWAMNaa "-. MARIE ad .5t5 TMBLMA..w.l Y soua. .....,.,. to Ik* aha -- '.J

DOUIMrTI AND UNR COMFANT, ... pW. ., e .H.a.. la Pokaj LFOOtrTT. Kee ? twirl *.- c-
paws
/ e.: k a"o p1.eIp.l pk>.* W Cost.. glad B. R JONES ..... *. ear
2.11 kMV
1.1411,1.1bli lie Add TWO $39995 5.Mw. so'wssNs pkae* .1 TM pr* rurtker
43'a. COUNTY, .> IM Sto* *f FWrU. ...! Fle* inlliui* Y reo>:* C uuly. fWd. lk*l IM .eloio dw. *f tom ...-
S laul 15-It UNITS .k.n*. **>.k Mrvmttoa **4 w Ik* S5. CLAaaNRWOWLs .ba*a>d his to Doraad to *W* IL I***. **4 P** .*.*."
t1sIL,45n 511J45 / ml&twalla ONLY tlk *.r d ..,.. A. O INS. I*.M to k* M re.Miai* k B.a plar* M said dew ***** a .*.*> *f ** .
fevoly. pie a.bwtote.
enI Ik ASI.
to *Hlr W Ik* L.rau rr 01 list I C N. ae -
1ssu,1a5Hlawp4..a M.se ., 55. Sum 01 r-.'. IM EAR ... BROWN a4 TMOMAB Me- .. A._ M Ftte ,s..41.w .-
/ I5111ngal,) pfd.BUCK-TUBatSS iuooiT and cIvdwM swan ..,...... saalnusdn as. e. pipe of rnllinic m per r P. 0. ... 5. a.- Oak. La'pis.
) : HAMS lac" ....It. ....... -.-_ ...... .... Ows.tells, W ibis w. sd k..dIW. thar.ltw N. w
NYLON PLUS TAX AND tile dr..5.d.. s5 .as. ... 11..M ........ arwia/ a_ so sbs .5tre d W Ctnad
sJ51L/0FUla wtl aa.p aECAI'PA8lr Till for BOTH 23,000 BTU electric air conditioning ..... .I.rafar.- i. Mwtw.nwuttou, M Mu s'r M-....lpta... tour,.-'- he' M .... W LT,... baN ., N. +s...1
4**. koi.ky lena. to Ik* <........ w _-. waw c-.c: abw.1.a a 5w1S .. __
C._Caj Mot UK --" W ......
w -
n tuii. and Ike .. .. sr 1s. tb.w. M
70,000 BTU .
LP to aa.wd
Oas furnace n..w -
MUafwdj Ik* __ .dw
'ANdoN loos a pla hdwd [dM Tit .MiII....., d IM t. ...- i M p4.w .... W sap 5.4 d wrTwts.r d .. --.... Oro
sAs.sl. a 4ws' NI NEW "NO.lIMir COmNTUI I ISPERRING'S IN WrTKEM wssawr'i erw.5 a. esrh4 5.k w .... **M Jf*. .. tk. Tkrd ,.i.mt CeeOof
........ oui .. hsl s.1 k.*e.* tea a..m is e. I.. .- 51. ...1 pwawp r-...*. M ... M .*. nr W Ik*
Green's ....... 55. amt a.w ..... -.... w asp Mel ....... r--. awe .* 1M.*. W *fMe
THRIFT OIL Fuel of Florida Corp. W FV*.*,. M Tottatile --. ik. fa *. DEFENDANTCBEBTIFM. ..t ,. $544.Lavateess
new kei.kc .
c pi notified A.. r1w10M1wSw.
i SERVICE STATION 100 East: Howard Street W tol MAT ikt A. TWSNTT.EICHT B. IMI. *>r to .a*** *JU* k** .w'Iraw.u Cmnaal c-

Phono 341-4S79 IHAU to Ik,* Clicuni .x..55 *.. ... 47i..... .......

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...... am. .
5s.awaa/ .. aim ... .art eK 501. w m..w \ w"Was. at ...... .....
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" JUNE 3, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE FIVE'jMson


Escapee I Scouts Get Awards LAFF-A-DAY

; y

(Captured Here 9iide(9MARCH

0

Within HoursAnother : WASHINGTON "
,
I : __ ___ ..

escapee Has found that OF EVENTS
getting out of Suwannee County I at.
without being caught Is proving fOUl AlARM SYSTEMS I WASHINGTON UMARY

more difficult due to modern prac. GUARD RAil TREASURES |I HAS PRICELESS, lOOKS
tlces and devise ___
L. C. Ayers serving time at the # By IICNRT CATHCART
state prison road camp in Su- Central Press WaaMgto Writer

wannee County for breaking and city has Just become the alto of one of
entering, was caught Monday J WASIIIVOTON book libraries, located at Washington
night Just three hours after he Cathedral. Scholars and the public may soon gas upon a number u
had tried his escape. of priceless Items, such ss one of only 43 Misting copiesof
The bloodhound. Deacon, along the Gutenberg Bible, th. first Old Testament to bs printed
with the Sheriffs Department !In English and the first issue of the Ant Book of Common

Highway Patrol. Live Oak Police .- ". ," Prayer of the Anglican Church.
Department Florida Forest Ber Y ad 1'1. Also on view will be rare Illuminated manuscripts a
vice Clarence Ratliff, Howard l ; ] and miniature sacred works dating
Morgan, and Capt. Fewell of the t .I. from the 9th through the Uth centuries
road camp can all be credited with .. "1"1 As these books were gathered together with
having a hand in catching Am :;. utmost car, so extreme measures are taken
Ratllff. Morgan, and the Florida iiffii''} to guard against damage or theft. And thishas '-.....
Forest Service aided the search ,, ,..-....:...., been done, loobJrrCl :::: : \
"'
with the use of their airplanes '0'f There I* an alarm system that will warn If __ ewr".A.... W., s e.MyW ....
Deacon did her usual fine job and in HI til ''I in i ftilJ.ilLmLij.l.lilLJJCubeeouts automatic controls permit temperature to
found the trail of Ayers soon after ; vary mora than thr*. degrees or humidity by "D) the way, aren't you known a* the klasirr
he was reported missing.It who received award at cook-out last Thursday more than B per cent Another control will bandit
wu the catch number 60 for IbM Up for ptcUre. The awards were given for advancement la warn of the presence of dame or amok. An
the prlsoit dog keeper and number rank and special project (.. ..Bt was held at the Recreation W*,,Mnf ton alarm will sound if anyone should attempt to
15 since h* obtained Deacon. Center. (Photo ky Dan Stakes) enter the library after It has been closed: for oAN Hint, Wife PreserversKeep
Another escapee who disappeared Library the day. And ther*'s still a fourth alarm systreasure g v... e... e..SM.IM.M. rein
from the road camp the first -Uunuun torn that protects against thefts from exhibit Ie1. M., NMtllu
part of May was captured last Funds For New cases, vn during exhibition hours.
week In Detroit. According to S 1 e e
Sheriff Duke McCallister he Is being >> Facilities State Till TAX M.\V-.Internal Revenue Service has many (Ideas
held In Michigan on an attempted Mm. as to how It can make its tax collections from the public mure enWDlARVOAN
aggravated murder complete and accurate But Congress, which Is elected by that
charge. Park Authorized same public, doesn't like the possible reaction to too much efficiency
In tax collecting.IRS .
Jehovah's WitnessesTo 7 ; Tallahassee May 21 Construction asked Congress for money to employ S.700 pew |..rsnn* '
: funds totaling $20,000 In the agency and showed where each one of them would result I. Nt1'1II1'0

Attend Convention for buildings at the Suwannee In federal tax collections totaling many times the salaries they'd A\ICfIAN 'lia aaVcoo. children'" p.1|_m.(eel clean
Regular meetings at the Kingdom River State Park were Included In be paid. The House, the most sennitiv branch of Congress when vvNO.MH SMu." wu.N /y c.v..l.fl with"..1It b$heW
Ball of Jehovah's Witnesses the recently approved biennial It comes to pubUo reaction, limited the total to 1.200 The Senate, liy."YTHINIl G1oi: uOi41' In plot. ay a rvkbet k ml.
here will be cancelled this week budget of the Florida Board of however, has taken a brave step. It tentatively Increased thU Mao. Allla&..0o0DNAatA11.MT.N .
a* its members win be attendinga Parks, according to Director Bill figure to 1500. rq.
three-day circuit convention In Miller, Won yet for taxpayers the Senate has taker steps to restore DIrI'NOAH- It ...eaTM'N0 ATHLETE'S FOOT
Lake City, according to William This allotment was part of the money for the IRS to continue to us* electronic equipment Mali CANT 11"11I" HOW TO TREAT ITA -

W. Weaver, presiding minister of "What do yon moan Tm overall Il.tSO.OOO budget grantedto computer.-Lt checking on taxpayers. The Houa. had cut out 'fj1'N_.'1\01I" NA'RIR.M7iw' 'f .*v ...'...-*..(.. T.4-L. r... II cste
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overdrawn haw the board entirely funds the IRS needed for this purpose add to .*.. bal.
the Live Oak congregation.The barely park for the nest two'l'an DAII.CsA.hoT1. 11. ; i be Mew.
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congregation will be partof any make-up oft." by the state legislature. CURRENT WHrCRrKVnlt House N.C::. ..(. llMH v.MkII H&At.Ttty: .h W, .-
secretaries ask If
more than 1.000 conventloners Miller said much of the credit -_ N. ..* .L..d aN aria HOU.
household HintA )0'1'" oa the new LBJ toy) Wind It and you move! AAI ,. .. r 4i W.k ., ... TO-
assembled from North Florida and for obtaining the building funds e e e eS new cwt r DAY .1 nva OAK Datrados: wisav
South Georgia this week end at plot of moist& absorbent for this park was due to the efforts Deus to JM W.
lrREIIEN"1\1 COMV; TER-; The U B. Census Bureau -- '
cotton battlnr will pick --
the Columbia County fairground up of Senator Houston W. Roberta -
broken flats effectively. has a hug computer and every one in a while It grinds out
In Lake City. and Representative Leon N.
some most fssJftiatlng statistics. Her are some examples:
McDonald Br "Both of these gentlemen
Single girl tend to go to tile city. There are) more of them In
he said ..mfId determIned
metropolitan area than In metropolitan J Jr
that this park should receive areas. .' L :
ComouteiV
the recognition and financial _
sup. The proportion of single farm girls to all farm BAR-FLY
Swift attle
port It deserve girls U own higher than In the city, but there "I".e (
He pointed out that membersof
aren't so many farmers' daughters' anymore. SoMlnollitfTh
the council for this mineral horn
adrunry trend toward early marriages seems to be stops
area also worked with the park tapering off Last year the average age at marriage of females
board fifes and faf flfts
In
securing legislative
UTE OAK. FLORIDA PHONE W11UAdsJI support was 205 years- years older than the average 10 years ago
eN-Cbildre. t.. Ta laeludedROX for Its development program. About 71 million people, one out of every 29, live slime.
Members of the Buwanne River But the computer dorsal say whether they like It. .rrr.uotttd.w! woyt' 'for mn Q. ? f. xJl ,t v.nt (this
orncE BCMMFR ICULD(1gSaturday State Park Advisory Council l breenlma u'.ri r).v*>iA| it f WS\ il, horn li,1.1 Rieil,
Opens 1IIS-Movie IM Include Everett C. Browne Jas- lr" 'rnle tf (ueoted t attic' Aids' +in pfv.fttirm "1 1\1'''rnh:
an4ay Through Friday Open tr/1- Morio I.NTtlCMDATrRlDAY. yeti: Dr. Donald Burch and J. D H : ,,, haul -\i J rw...i'-' ,M I
Henry, both of Live Oak, and
JfNI I.. Fred Mlckel.: Madison. I TillS COUPON *,wash hot f: f'ut( !. Minav' :I Q"I Abe )5l(11 ash tnh.."" level:
New faelllttea to be constructed WORTH $1,00AND MATTRESS I nedtxl' for li.il irJSk. i"\lIU".I" ,- 'wlllel mil I
wttfc UM, tcmd..t U... .*.. a.. .n 110.. tQ" lle.dlat
nni P ESLtT expected to be announoad June UPHOL3TTERY WORK eeltr '''' lel.alotll1w
J rtxl Irsd 1eM..fIt.I $ \\ ,. Jul.
GIRL HAPPY I. MATTRESSES: RENOVATED .. ................... ":,30 l 1 1 ,, ,! Rsev.nPt nindr,>kf,
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CARTOON INNERSPRING 4IATTnESt ES ....... .. U2. O oI.fb'f-y'tll I'.puat. nuntnen''
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Conlplrle.Arfn. Count<< 'loC fI-Jw.; bt.eJjn 'fd'J.. ;
Aberdeen Proving round. Md.AJTTWC (PICK UP AND DELIVERY TUESDAY ONLY) .I:' :l" !. -'- .\'& :;;...-

SATVRDAT. 1VNE I Jams( B..)Ray-son Rprclallst of Mrs, Queen Four TUCKER MATTRESS CO. MIZELL PRODUCE CO.

Jackson Hollywood, completed a
U.wv k automotive repair course .HA S. J.f f.ram.t St. Porry, Florid Phon. 342-2284 U,. O-fc Florid.

GET YOURSELF A at th Army Ordnance ODin and _u _._ _. -"'-- -- __ _
Bchool. Aberdeen Proving Oround,
COLLEGE GIRL I Md. May 24.

C.UTOOSnSD.U.MOND.u.n'UD4Y. Ray achieved and Instruction repair of In engines themaintenance SAVE SURPLUS VEGETABLES WITH A

for the Army's tracked and
: JCNE ,.,.. wheeled vehlchM.Th .
-yr-oid soldier "..nod CHEST TYPE
JOIIX WAYNE the Army In Ortubrr IMl and
CiE FOOD FREEZER
completed basic training at Port
CIRCUS WORLD Jackson. B. C. OR UPRIGHT
IU was graduated from Doug
CARTOON MTWi .ISA. High Bchool. Uv Oak In
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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 3, 1965 !


THE OLD HOME TOWN -wig-o-- By STANLEY t tfJ

HOME IAKING HIGHLIGHTS r1Y ONME5110dfM1'SKIS Huge Gains In ,*
ITRIF'PL D FOWTH'BASKFT ) i iBr
VI -

I By D'CONTROL ANDI VYENTOUT WENT oval BASE HOMCRUNH 2ND OvVA THOOAH STUCK SKYLIGHT MY TM'GYM HAND! r>\ Printing MadeIn r.fIin> BILL ixaoTHOSE mpfire II'

Horn MISS Demonstration IDA JO HARRISON Agent M! 1 ISAI FloridaFlorida's Lures for Fly Fishing...

xspoIre AT ON THE WET FLIES..FISHED BENEATHTHE
There seems to be some questions er allow 1 gallon of water for NOT EXPORTS! conunerical printing SURFACE.ALL COLORS. .ALL. SURFACE.TNEYRESENBLE
pertaining to the blanching 1 pint (pound) of vegetable and Industry is a $75 million business SIZES.HAS UPRIGHT HACKlC.NYMPHSIMITATE LARVAE,MINNOWS,OTHER
and freezing of vegetables. All 2 gallons for each opund of leafy and this value of its products has WATER LIFE.
vegetables should be blanched to vegetable Count blanching time more than doubled during the '
help insure the taste and quality from the moment the water returns past five years, the Florida State I'
of frozen vegetables to boiling point Keep range Chamber of Commerce reported in -
Mrs. Hubert Oamble and Mrs. unit on highest temperature. Its Weekly Business Review released /
Billy Harrington will be sure to A long-handled, large wire bas. yesterday. da
have good vegetables for their ket, a large colander, or cheese i "Included In this multi-million
family for the coming year. They cloth may be used to hold the value are magazines, catalogs, dl.
have been freezing a number of vegetables Allow adequate space rectories,.advertising materials of
vegetables including green beans for water to completely surround i many kinds, business forms and ,
squash, and butter beans. One of each individual vegetable. virtually every type of letterpress
the more recent incs which Mrs Blanching vegetables requires and lithographic job printing On. -
Oamble Is freezing is corn-on- such little additional time when I Iv newspapers and engraved products
the-cob. Mrs. Gamble planned to you think of the time energy, and are excluded.
blanch the corn-on-the-cob for 7 money spent In growing and preparing sPoiw-r WSONTNIACAL "Recently released official statistics
minutes which Is required for the vegetables for freezing BNCH on commercial printing THe POPPEItS"MAlC5 POPPINGSOUND
slender ears. For the medium For the dividends you and your cover the year 1963. These show LARVAE OF INSECTS. WATER.WHEN JERKED ON
ears, 9 minutes is the blanching family will receive, blanching that Florida had at that time 520 -- \
time, and 11 minutes for the large plants engaged In the Industry, h. ..
ears. After blanching the corn-on- pays.Do one-third more than in 1958. Employees
the-oob, chill, in of these plants numbered .
place vapor you like to have some unusual REPORTOF STREAMERS AND &UCKTAILS-
moisture proof containers, label pickles or relishes to treat WEEKLY LIVESTOCK 3,892 in 1963 and payrolls exceeded ARE wiT FLIES THAT IMITATE
and freeze. These ladles are making your family or friends to? Most THE $20 million These figures
sure to blanch vegetables for homemakers do. These are usually Suwanncc Livestock Market I were up 31 per cent and 55 percent :e.
better quality and better tasting higher in the grocery shelf and Valley I respectively.
frozen vegetables. can be made rather Inexpensivelyat "The largest gain within the irI
Why do we say it's necessary to home. Pickled okra Is a little At the Suwannee Valley Livestock $1050-$2150, standard $1600 I Industry came in lithography with SURFACE PEER HAIR BU6S.
blanch vegetables? Blanching !Is different type of pickle and we Market Wednesday, 145 cattle $1825. low to average utility 185 plants engaged in this workIn MAY RESEMBLE AMOUS ,MOTH
necessary before freezing to pre have had a number of calls for a and calves were sold comparedto 12751475. 1963 compared with 83 plantsin OR FROG.
vent changes in flavor and destruction recipe. In case you'd like to try 260 a week ago Trading was One standard heifer K.25., 1958. The value of products
of certain vitamins, andit your hand it Is as follows) : active. Demand was good for all utility $1100-11425. Inferior made and shipped out by these vr
helps retain good color in the 2 pt. okra (small, use 3-Inch classes. $1050-$1100. plants came to $47 million, four .______ CI
frozen products. It must be done size) Slaughter cows steady to 50 Few utility and standard cows113.00UII.00. times the value in 1958."
in large quantities of boiling wat- a
1 cup elder vinegar cents higher Other slaughter Inferior 110.1I0.Sn.
1/4 cup water too few in or 00, utility cow-calf pairs $1300- .
classes were one The Dominican Republic is second ------------
2 teaspoons salt both weeks to accurately test price $13.25 In size to Cuba among nations
2 teaspoons dill seed trends. I Good calves U8.00-UU5. standard of the Antilles chain )In the Dem Skaters Sho Gittin Bad.
4 garlic cloves Feeder-stocker steers steady to, $1700-$!$.00. utility $1300- Caribbean.
FUCO 2 pods of hot pepper SO cents lower. Heifers weak. Cows $1550 inferior $1200-11450. several U. W. make all Aluminum screens for all type win
Boll 2 pint standard canning few. Calves strong to $1 higher baby calves at $1500 per dows. We also have all Aluminum Screen doors,
jars for 15 minutes Wash okra About 60 per cent supply clearedto head. Prosperity Is something you feel, also wood screen doors.
Brand with a vegetable brush. Bring the feeder-stocker accounts while Hogs totaled S54 compared with fold, and send to Washington We repair all types of aluminum screens.
vinegar, water, and salt to a boll. near one-third of the total were 294 last week. Mixed grades 180- CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE FOR
Remove hot jars and place washed calves. 210 lb. barrows and gilts $1911. $1795. one 775 lb. sow at $1310, SCREENS OR REPAIRS.
InsecticideFOR okra In each jar. To each pint Cutter and low-utility slaughter 210.240 Ibs. $1915, 240-270 Ibs boars $' .00.
jar add 1 teaspoon dldd seed, 2 steers U2.1I0-114.25. absent, 180-180 lb!. $1900. HO180 A few lots of feeder pigs 80-125
garlic cloves, and 1 pod of hot Standard heifers $1773-11925 Ibs $1795, 120-140 Ibs. $1700, Ibs. $19.75-$21.00. one lot medium Langford Builders Supply
BEST RESULTSUSE pepper. Pour boiling liquid mix. utility $1400-11700. few cutter 100.120 Ibs $1095, 80-100 Ibs under 75 Ibs. $1800, medium
ture Into jar and cover okra. Remove $11.15-113.75. $1690. and good over 75 Ibs $$1825-$1.- ntlTrniton St. 8E. Lent .15.2383a
any air bubbles and adjust Utility cows $1400-$1675 can. Most sows 180-500 Ibs. $1695- 50. .
ner and low-cutter $11-25-11450 -
Utility bulls $1 .00-$1725. canner .
and low-cutter $1I25-$1460.
Oood calves $20.00-$22.75. Standard -
WELCOME TO
$1700-$1B75, utility $1500 -
$1700. few culls at $13.75. ELEC Step up to the Pride/ and Joy of a
Few utility vealers SIUO-Ill1.

Sandy Point Fish Camp 75.Good feeder-stocker steers Gold Medallion a


and RestaurantWE the lid. Process In boiling water-
bath canner (212F.) for S minutes jgPJIk.
Wait one month before using IlV 1 TOTAL-ELECTRIC HOME 4
Yield is 2 pints. I
For additional information on NTE
SPECIALIZE IN canning or freezing you may call iE1TER't .
our office

a1IM.c'u., NE1. CA'tFlSHti IMM.11.+sMMtr>I ttt%40/ ;::;:-'" U1M'l.i.-.
rMeadowi, asiUtant home dcrttonstratlon
All You Can Eat For $1.50 agent, for writing the
news article for last week. Miss .
Meadows has been working with
Open Pit Barbecue
Steak, the 4-H girls who will be participating
and Chops, Country Fried in the state 4-H awards
Chicken program in Gainesville June 14-
Seafood Platters, 18 Time Is getting near and these
and Shrimp $1.50 girls are polishing their demon
strations. Nannette Greene Marilyn 1
Saunders. Aubrey Ooff, Jimmy
Open 10 A.M. until 10 P.M Ray IIlUhouM, members of the
vegetable Judging team, have born
WE CATER TO PARTIES studying vegetables, insects, seed.
weeds, etc, and learning how to
Identify these A. I understand
CALL 935-3471 these youngsters are well Inform. 3 3I
ed on this subject and I'm sure
they will do well at the state.
meeting. .-
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truly modem horn*. dryer, no-frost rWriferatcr.frener and
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Dealers In ., whet flomJttt electric Sunehin Service food wade disposer.

'" help perform every task and take the Poll Houwpowcr wiring with. plenty ofconvenient
66" '
Phillips Anhydrous Ammonia .." i" "workcmtofhowework.Hert outlet and switch aaeurn

.w,, "v" electric revr-cycU air conditioning efficient nee of your electrical equipment. .
Agrico FertilizerBulk J4: .. comfort-cool& fat summer and And Ample IJght ec.IJ iag ""decant Ji(
warms la winter for Meal .
year-rouad with light" and brighten teary comer. 'ft.
or Bagged clbnsU-controL. So see the home with the GOLD '' f"
"; lien at bast 4 other major electrical
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F': .i ,appliances are designed la for comfort enjoyment of Ilht-hartd l1ving. '
See Us For Your Seed Needs -- 17'' 'I 'r.,," 1 ,,v and oonvenienoa. ""IDdade..1Itoo electrically.TEm.. '-}.,

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JUNE 3, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE SEVEN


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\ FromWashington Social Security I Seeds of Disunity ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON "...1.--.... II

Reports Answers hlpt__ ..... ..t..II.1.


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Editor's Note: These questions I
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and answers are compiled by William .
I \
M Panes, District Manager
By DON FUQUAU. for the Social: Security ,A tratlon at VsJdost Banes Invites
S. Congressman readers to mall their questions to I I5nl.ms' I

him at P. O Box 1122. Valdosta

Swift action on the of the Oa Please do not mall your Inquiries
part Uon it was not interested In colonial ,
United States prevented the Dominican empires. Instead our course to this paper

Republic from becoming has been to. put other nations on QUESTION: If the social security DpiU kM WUrtum MM! .TMt nil.Lr4 ., Mint far nrhH iruita him' E ... ..
another Cuba. The fast moving their feet, to. determine their own amendments Congress has Sulwmw Nvwl M opulmlly" .n4IIMI ......110' .Mt _.'_1, rapuUr. UK 1 4 kl* h rt
been studying when M htvtahly I "that tlw tnd ....... .. Into Motalry
events of reecnt month have seen of are passed ky K5M Let foI. th* tn ... _t .( "' : Ui.
course: government I think Japan M isms rya kincdom ruliwd.I .
soy. .
will they take effect? mmwdt.s.M fewtng of "r-11'1"' ( .
this nation embark on a determIned would be one of the best examples Klflf. 1.I/aa .tans-I Kinj. I '1Pastor's -U. \ .II t It
ANSWER .
Kln
: There are various | II 4Nainril
in South Viet Nam
course this world has ever seen
and the Dominican Republic to. I am not unmindful of the live the dates proposed set for different law When parts these of I

halt Communist aggression. that have been )ost by American changes become law, .e will have To
What purportedly began In the families. !
I am not unmindful 01 exact Information about the
I Dominican Republic a* a revolt to. the dangers which our present month each provision starts. & \ riary Hoard

install Democratic government, course: of action presents. But it Umy QUESTION: I understand that Cornet N. C. Dill Town-
was swiftly taken over by Com- considered Judgment that no farmers
can get social securitycredit has been elected
I munlst conspirator and drastic other course 1s to us. We ed
open
If
even they have a loss
to. abundantly"l two Junior members
[action was called for if we were must meet naked aggression with II this also true of other businesses 18
Judiciary Board at
I not to have another Castro Communist armed force. I do not believe that. ? By REV. JIM WALKUP Presbyterian College

I government in this heml- we should ask our young men to. ANSWER: No The optional of : school year
|sphere. give their lives in South Viet Nun, method of reporting aelf-employ: Pastor First Presbyterian ChurrhWould \
Each beachhead the Comma- while allowing supply lines and ment Income based on sales a biology major at
gross .
,
the
establish son of Mr and
mats merely reinforces
depots to remain Invulnerable can be used only by farmers.
[their drive, as they seek to. Infiltrate above the border. The Communists QUESTION: I already have several you like to enjoy your two desires and are unwilling to 8. Townsend of
and overthrow all of South seem to understand only different numbers for social Journey to hell? 111 tell you how choose one and let the other '0. Live Oak,

|and Central America. It must be force. security One I use for my own report you can do it. They want to have their cake and
course of this nation to pre- I have supported the Presidents and one to turn In my report' The reason many people on the eat it too. They want the license' ,
\ent such drastic consequence forceful action in the Dominican of wages paid. Does my wife need road to. hell dont enjoy their trip of the devil and the rewards of the .... born In
The situation in Viet Nam con- crisis and In South Viet Nam. u a number, too? She got one to use Is because they havent really Lord It impossible to. enjoy the ,)t.
{tlnues to be serious The aggres- we continue to bomb and destroy In porting our maid. dedicated themselves completelyto Christian life u long as we hold of an odd-
Ion In South Viet Nam has been Communist military targets In ANSWER.: When your wife this end They arent willing to back on God with some of our pet
proven time and again to be dieted the latter. While it Is a dangerous works, she needs a personal social completely cut themselves off line Likewise it ls Impossible to year, renew
from North Viet Nam with course: that we follow In these security number Just aa you do. from Ood and things spiritual enjoy the Journey to hell as long .. license
}he aid of Red China and should troubled limes the American people As for the employers' numbers Although they arent too "hf'pf'dup" as me entertain some hope however
uth Viet Nam fall the Commute must be united in this strut- you can report your maid on your on the church neverthelessthey small that there la a Ood to'' month.
would merely redouble their lie. Our own freedom 1s at stake, regular quarterly report when your are not willing to discard it It Is better to. go all the way with the
|fforts in another area until all i for appeasement of aggression, business la Individually owned. altogether Although they dont one or the other Satan or Ood. the Brown
outheast Asia U under their dielatorUl only encourages further aggress But you should show that she U actively support the church, nev than to waver miserably betweenthe "
rule. sion. a household worker, thetes they sheepishly cling to two. If you're not gonna cut JUDGE
In every instance we have made Recently we have been able to --- ----_ .- It for such events as marriage looN front Satan and enjoy the It
very effort for a peaceful settleent. secure a number of projects which funeral, etc. Although they don't full lit* In Christ, then you might .
able to th. continuance of
We seek peace for an the will benefit our district I have secure want anyone to. think that they u well cut loose from Christ live ____-u__ - --
the research by the
norld. No other nation baa ei- been pleased that we have been program are not completely sufficient in It up, and enjoy your Journey to
USDA on tung tree at MonllcrtloThis i
so much of Its national able to retain the research program station had been scheduled themselves for all things, yet they hell Why be miserable trying to DEKLE BEACHIS
tflsources to raise the standard cf on Shade Tobacco at the are not milling to refrain from cling to. both Among other
to be moved to Uontlcello at the
living of other nations In the North Florida Experiment Station, mumbling a prayer and looking at things, this Is what Joshua was
lint of the but was almost
nath of World Wan I and n. which to so vital to that Industry cancelled by year the U8DA We were : times to a Higher Power, Their saying to the children of Israel THE PLACE TO GO
this nation proved beyond ques I waa also pleased that we were that efforts this trip to hell U a miserable one because then he bade them choose be-
leased our In
.............. I successful they're unwilling to give Ueen the Lord or the false\ tods On the Gulf of Mexico Taylor County
...............'...wu.a..wuu..a.a.) regard proved_ complete loyalty to the Devil. Among other things this U what
I I am aim pleased to. report thatthe BOAT RAMP_DO ATS A COTTAGES
FOR RENT
Before his conversion Saint the risen Christ was saying to the
: Post Office Department hs
FORLEASE rescinded Its action to close the Augustine used to pray, "Lord church at Laodlcea when He wUh- Lob For 3.J*_ Complete with
I Christian but not ed that they would be either coldor
office at Oretna In Osdsden make me a Bulkhead. and Boat Slip
I County, I asked that this action nor" He ranted to cling to some hot. STORE complete with groceries, tackle" nlcknacka. .
not be tak.n111 service was of his more enjoyable sins eaprcl- The only way to enjoy adultery,
; most needed by the people ef that any.his illicit relationships; with drowning your troubles In drink 1100 ft. boadwalk1;; for"all ages.! Swimming,
: OR section. I have also asked that the .lad""'.", but he couldnt enJoy discriminating against the races, Skiing, Fishing, Crabbing. Scalloping
: new quarters be PI'011dtc1lor Bristol his Journey to hell because he gossip, grudgM. s.lfrUhtousnms FOR RESERVATIONS
k and bids have been asked! for also had an urge to be a Chris and other sins Is to deaden
I ( SALEBuilding b y the Department tian. The troubl. with many people your eon eklnee by completely. for PHONE PERRY 457.9519 or 457.9516

Th. quarters of the Wellborn today, and the cause of muchof getting about Ood. The rich young Write P. O. Box 518
our emotional and mental Instability ruler who tame to Christ
Poet Office
( and are also moat Inadequate -
Property and I have asked that Is the fact that, like Augustine enjoy being mercenary rouldn'I I HOSTESSES Jan!. Hamilton Ann Moody
Now Occupied ByHOMEHARDWARE portal officials take action to provide they are torn between also entertained. a hope of
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the people' of this community
with batter farllltfrs. They are
currently surveying the present
i : quarters and 'the need for MWfsciUUw I
so that action might betakfon.
& FURNITURE CO. '
I am also pleased that we have
ON PINE AVENUE been able to secure approval of a '

Will Remodel, Enlarge, or Divide on pilot tung program trees which for crop should Insurance be of d' l

Into Small Smaller Store or Office great benefit to this Industry
One of the real prlyIP.we t
(AVAILABLE IN AUGUST) i have In the Congress la that of 5 n + iyl

greeting the numerous high school ,
CALL OR WRITERAYMOND i classes. as they visit our nation's __

GREENP. i captlol. During the past monthwe a
have been extremely happy to 1M 'b

O. Box 4489 .: meet Madison and Oreenvllle.visit the eUuses MontlotDo.from t
:
: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Bristol Carrabtll. and Live Oak
Phone 398-0669 : It was a nil pleasure to mt and

OR SEE YOUR BROKER ; lam with these young people and
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Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport. Prompt

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PACE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965.

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and Skeeter By Thursday morning the water Uon to council post number three. cent and Lafayette County atfS9V
Muggs was gone and the only task remaining Fletcher wa first elected to the per cent. -;

was to clean up the debris council on June 11, 1997. and has reassessment task
Cost of the
OKJUNIORI WORE PRETTY CUTl! ",f/ITrHI pppIRWT/EBOw, left by the Hood won four consecutive terms since
MEREf A EeSCUIT.,, win run In the neighborhood of
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.I'I I pK! \1 : IN 7HE aoWLv then without opposition.
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forty thousand dollars Gray continued I
-; Councilman )Frank R. Norris
:: No. 4
Wott- and the Board of County
"' who also is a former Branford
'I'' Wright, and Reece Brown. mayor, la unopposed for council Commissioner have been askedto
Alternate degelates were W. H. named allow for this In the next county -
post number four. He was
Lau hlnghoUlle, O. W. Croft H. budget.
to the council June 9, 1859. and is
E. Oranberg and David Eggles- asking a fifth council term. Tne assessor said toe cost of
ton. Also attending were Carl De- evaluation by commercial firm
Castro, W. O. Burch. Delton Wil engaged on this type of work
ton, and Otto Wettsteln in. No. 8 would be at least twice the amounthe

owner and prepare a factual feels it can be done for under to

o $ No. 5Schools memorandum on each piece of his supervision. He further feels

property In the county. I the finished Job will be as competent -
will the awards.
give
: The tax assessor points out that and fair as would one dcne
Commencement exercises for 33
he Is charged with the responsibility by outsiders.To .
Branford High School seniors will
of assessing property amt that arrive at fair values for the
be held Friday night. June t, at
those he employ will not assess new assessment land will be
magazines will consider its use. In 8:00: p.m. In the school gymnasi only gather data to guide him in checked against maps and buildIngs .
Pulp Deteriorates Fast Originated Europe
One magazine that has always um.The the final value he places on each will be measured by square
two addresses will be
all tra- given
best-loved of
insisted on quality paper Is the Tempura piece of property. Gray emphasis- feet. Those working In the field
Seek New Book Paper To Preserve National Geographic. The custom. ditional Japanese dishes originated by the class valedictorian Pat ed that he had no Intention of will measure the building and note
in Europe the National Geographic Parker, and the salutatorian, Su- 4Afr
made coated papers used not only shirking his responsibility to the the type construction but will not
Years To Come in the magazine but the National says. Trading vessels Introduced zanne Murray Folsom will pre- people of the county seeing that place a value on their findings
Volumes For to sent the to the
the shrimp delicacy diplomas gradu
Library
Geographic Society's books have fair and equal values are placedon Gray pointed out that people
life the Far East centuries ago. The each item the tax rolls. who feel
a long expectancy. The coating ates.The on their property has been
fear that records of school held their bacca-
Washington Historians many dish has been changed, refined
said that
pentrates and preserves the Gray state record Indicate unfairly assessed can appeal to
the past are literally turning to dust in libraries around paper, which is treated with calcium and ritualized by Japanese skill laureate service last Sunday with that property today in Su the Board of County. Commission.

the world. carbonate. Seventy-year-old and taste. the Rev. Charles Ftouraker. pastor wannee County 1* assessed on an ers when the board sits as a boardof

Much of the paper being used in today's books and issue of the magazine remain in S. of the Union Baptist Church delivering avenge of 54 per cent of its mar- tax equalization.

magazines will fall apart inside 100 years. Books printed good condition Giant Ice Mass the sermon. ket value. He stated that this Under the same law that requires

as recently u 50 years -ago are Malaspina Glacier near Mt St. Douglass selected Saturday county' value are currently the the actual cash value be
carbonate to act as a buffer to the June S, as the date for its gradua
crumbling. Elias in Southeastern Alaska is highest in North Central Florida assessed Increased assessment will
The Chicago Cubs which train- tion which will be held at 8:00
:
Librarians sympathized one researcher acid.The the largest glacier In the world with Columbia County at 43 percent require that mlllage be reduced in
new paper is not expensive ed in Tampa in {914, traveled by pm. in the school cafetorlum/
themselves piling Hamilton County at 45 the
"find outside the polar regions the Na percent same proportion that property
and Is commercially available. steamer to St. Petersburg OBrlen will graduate its seniorson
to -
up mountains of paper only to play tional Geographic says The giant Madison County at 39 per values Increase.
disintegrate The Council hopes that many the St. Louis Browns in spring Thursday June 3, at 8:00: p.m.
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watch those mountains Ice mass covers 1,500 square miles
publishers of scholarly books and training. Commencement exercises Including -
before their eyes"Many an area larger than Rhode Island 1
I .. .. an eighth. grade ffririii.
much
libraries spend as
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tion ceremony: will behlcS;t-the
old


J ones books ciety time, says the and as National they money do Geographic preserving collecting new So- [8p p&k9 YOUR (AlTn... By never No.1 the intended same measure that a person the living law- June auditorium.An Wellborn 3. at School.8:00: p.m.on in the Thursday school, f00@3@f[ '1 1r :


Fortunately a solution to the in a $15.000 home would also eighth grade graduation exercise -

paper problem may be In sight A By LESTER: L COLEMAX, MJt .. pay no taxes. will be held by Suwannee :
newly developed book paper of Today not many fall into the Junior High School at 1:15: pm

fiber treated with calcium carbonate Readers Are exempt category and those that do Friday, June 4. Portable Bargain]

Is expected to last from 800 Asking should have all the protection ?

to 2,000 years depending on storage against taxes the law provides. By No. 6 /ramCoast A

conditions and temperature WHAT steps can b. safely blood vessel For example, coronary the same token those who live in given to student during the '

The Council on Library Resources taken to help an unconscious thrombosis Is a clot in $15,000 homes should pay on $10- month of May. to Coast

sponsored by the Ford Foundation person? the coronary artery that leadsto 000 valuation The 74 cards that were received .
and the Every unconscious person the heart.
working through
back from
for
W. J. Barrow Research Laboratory must be considered to have a An embolus I I. a small partof It Is Important I think that Negroes asking
developed the long-lasting head Injury. Strangely, the the clot that ha broken off all of us pay more attention to a transfer to the all-white schools -:
for schools in the of
were
paper after nearly a decade of research greatest help for an unconscious from a thrombus and circulatesIn this matter of government and City {
and testing. person Is to do too little, the blood until It i I. trapped, what goes on. Then we can help Live Oak. None of the applicationsfor .
than too much. usually in the lungs or the transfer gave the schools in
Since 1870 the growing demandfor decide what Is best and perhaps
Branford their choice.
as
Send for pro- brain. avoid the mistakes most ru
paper has required quicker some of
"At the present time only the
& help.
and cheaper manufacturing tech- feel happen.
not move Can a person produce too number of applications and general -
niques. Abundant wood pulp replaced Get the facts before decidingIs
much insulin T area of the applications are
expensive rags as the basic : a good resolution to follow
not force Sometimes an excess of Insulin known by the superintendent'soffice.
.
material. usedIn
raw But chemicals
o&thel'luqUld.; or liquor Is produced by the pan. The school and grade asked
pulping, bleaching and sizing
mouth. crone This Is the opposite of No. 2 for in the transfer will not be $100
tends to create acidity which
weakens the fibers and hastens him cov what happens in diabetes Smith, each house la capable of known until the Integration plan
deterioration. warm. This excess insulin circulatesIn producing around 80,000 chickensfor II 1 approved and assignments are NEW

the vie- the blood and can produce market each year made to the school.'' Folsom said
Laboratory tests show that book
D,. Coleman tlm on his side many strange symptoms that The association came Into the According to Folsom final acceptance STERLING f
of 1900-09
retain four
per papers cent of their original only strength. to keep food or often cannot easily be understood county this year at the request of or rejection of the integration bySMITHCORONA
fluid from collecting in his at firstAttacks some local farmers and since that plan sent to the U. 8. Office
Some of the paper has turned yellow -
and throat. I of weakness and fatigue time have set up facilities that are of Education should be known
brown. Books publishedIn Control any apparent bleedIng nervousness and tensions now raising over 139,000 chickens this week.
1940-49<< have lost than 60
more by firm pressure at the site can occasionally be attributedto According to Smith, the broiler .
per cent of their durability; the periods of low blood Till fomov Mm HI portable new .ffer. fcJfj trfwB ..-
rapid decline \a.blamed the of the bleeding. sugar business Is on an experimental No.1. .... .fie keykeardf Uw lew .
on OW moUth-tO-WMWUt ffWMMi D.eu..a b. toM ryas J.aube.: %..... In)>Bu-MUMtf*County but / portable price.The .
eon 4w.U" of v.vr% tn.nut *- t&Uon it victim u not breathing. TIU condition of hypvrtnmk- Boosts a Branford housewife..
lured during World War H. early indication are that it wfll 1963 Sterling Is the Ideal
family
Important Note: Because of holism can be controlled and be Another race developed for the portable-
In contrast, thousands of books the popularity of contact lenses, balanced with proper diet, drug enterprise one of the In the leading future.agriculture council five post where Tommy full featured for full family use.Highspeed .

five centuries old are written on It has become imperative that and sugar Intake ,.- Minter Jr., I I. seeking re-elcetlon.
paper which still retains Its original all unconscious patients should e e Minter, an Insurance salesman Is e key-set tabulator

color and strength. A sheet be immediately checked to see I* It possible for the body to No.3 being opposed by R. O. (OrifO) Exclusive page gage-signals bottom

from a book printed in 1934 wIth- if they are wearing contact have too much blood, almost! fie was again able to use U. 8. 90 Griffith, a Branford bustles man. New page
stood more than 400 folds; one Unset the opposite of anemia? City Councilman M. J. Kirby Three member of the councilare mar-proof finish Firm erasure table

from a 1681 volume held up under During period of unconsciousness Thi 1* a strange condition credited the fast removal of the unopposed In their bids for Quick-set margins e Trimline Carrying Case

1,117 crease.. The paper In a 1908 the cessation of the called Polycythemia In which water to a new drainage well that another term.Graham .

book, however, was so brittle It lubricating' tearing mechanismcan there I I. a marked Increase In had Just been completed one block C. Owen, vice presidentof 'OUC TYPING '

would not fold once without cause Injury to the delicate the number of red blood cell south of Howard Street on Pine the Branford State Bank, who vw ::sss.

breaking. membranes of the covering of and the hemoglobin In the Ave. was appointed to the council when C...:. .... Mao v...e ',''' t"
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The all-rag papers of the past the eye. blood. "If that well had not been workIng Councilman C. X* Fender died e1INAT: ; .. ..., "....--
were only slightly acid and they Do not attempt to remove Polycythemla I II treated by t .... r r. ... ....11..

often contained calcium and magnesium the len... Instead, pull down removing. blood or "blood-iet had so the effectively water standing we would around have Uon earlier for this the year one, year 1* asking remainingon eta* '.1.-..,.. .... (S)

compound that acted as the upper lid and gently, but ting. Radioactive phophoru *- here for two "
or three, days, Kirby the late Mr. Fender' term.
preservatives. The compounds apparently firmly, dislodge the lens from and X-ray tmtoitti t?
came from natural washIng the center of the eyeball and.ease the bone marrow are used to I jommented I Owen seek council post number

and blpachtpg! agents. it over to .the outer corner depress the overrapld manta Mayor J. Marvin Phillips said one.

Unfortunately, 100-per cent ri. Leave It there, to be removed. ture of red blood cell* he thought the well was working! James 1%. Fletcher. Branford
i i II I IwMZ i WAne Drt Coleinas'ceesot but not U good ai it could business man I* seeking re-elec-
:::: too expensive today for only ly the physician or *

: reaJ use in books and skilled and experienced person. UttMrtafc to att,"w T individual
letttrt, ice toll IM* readers'gaeaioa I
magazines. fa hit column w.,..-
The Council on Library Resources What Is the difference between ever possible and .WMII tty COMPARE THE PERFORMANCE

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1.1 children of Largo and Mr and ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 3
seniors honor Mr. Billie Cannon of Eustis. were
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AVtc Deilicntetl .1f Club
Vo'Ag ttuildtng
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gymnasium.Rv. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Touch: Assembly
El Charles Fouraker, pa*- I ton of Jacksonville: were week To hear Fouler
e the Union Baptist Church end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C Branford
) Aubrey Fowler general man- High
'delivered, the sermon. Topic of Bradley. .
e the'meIIIee was the three R'sgtandtng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norris aver and secretary-treasurer of
e for respect reverence, spent the week end In North Carolina the North norld Production Held Monday
Credit Association will fee.' guest
I realization. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Skipper
e liThe ReY. Bruce Beardsley. pas- Non-la. speaker at he Branford Area, The senior high school awards
1II _jr: of the Branford Assembly of The Ret. Allen Price is attend I Men's Club monthly supper I assembly was held Monday at the
/ 'Ood Church and the Rev J. L. log the Florida Baptist Convention meeting Monday nliht at 1:00: : Branford School.
t :uFe*ele, pastor of the Branford in Dallas Tex., this week. p.m. In the Woman's Club build- |! Students receiving awards and
,Church' : of Ood also took part in Mrs Robert Fletcher: and son Int. i the award they received were.:
a Ibrf services. Mrs. Thelma Atm-fll. and Mrs. R Fowler will talk to the flub j Suzanne Murray Spanish and
1 BJMlM Gloria Davis accompaniecfby'Mlas :: R. Qilley visited relative In Bush about the new broiler raidingproject science awards: Sandra Hatch:
r Oretchen: HoweU. played nell and Haines City last week. r In Sawaniieei County. I history award given by the Woodmen .
1 fe clarinet solo The Branford High Officer for the coming year ] of the World; Christine Cor-
i Band under the direction Ilranfcml WMU Grcle I will be elected and Installed at bin and Albert Sandlln, Danforth
?tI'ool'of.tO. II. Munch: Jr.. played the I till. meeting Garth Nobles awards; Fat Parker and Susanne
,ptarche: and an overture by Tarfble hoe Meeting Monday f r + president of the Ides O.k Kl- Murray, faculty awards: Karen
The PJUU. Circle of the First' 1 1 f wants Club will bet the Installing Collins, Spotlight award; Faye
I a. Baptist Church: in Branford met I ;T' officer Sparrow, Karen Collins, Charlotte
I Monday night at the home of'' i. Fletcher, and Christine Corbin,
School Will Misses Fannie and Minnie Dun year book award.
I' .Dittrirt' Workshop For F F. A. members receiving
-*Min\ June 7 can.Mr. Allen Price taught the study I ICIiilM I 1MI a 'ar Bble: School will be held at theHot book, Oo Home And Tell Tuesday meetings were: John Fletcher:
Baptist Church in Branford Scripture: was read by members .. I The district\ three Woman's Jerry Hcmphlll, Wendell Mellette.
Mat week June 711. School: will present. .' .. .... I Club Workshop wa held lastTueadsy Clinton Walker John Holloway,
rtttt at 1:30 am. and dismiss atUs30 Those present were Mr*. Icons ftavBranford '-- .. In the Branford Woman's and Jimmy Walker. P. P. A. foun.elation .
in.IfUfmhmeot. Ounter.- Mrs. V. M. Moses Mrs. D. tilth Reboot a....." are. shown entering the new vorallorul rirullt building .. Club Building. Mrs W. It. Mill ofDrantord award went' to Wendell
will be servedweb B. Fletcher: Mrs. Nellie Duncan heir the aHlcatUn the new FFA farlHUes last Thursday Democrat( Staff rh...) district: three director': Mellette. crop farming Jerry
day. The. public la Invited toml Mrs. Price: and the hostess. presided over the workshop Scarborough public speaking,
nd. Refreshments were served at Mrs. E. R, Wlhfrsll of the Bobby Konn. star chapter farmer
the close of the meeting. Floridians More Cars In Both Sizes Branford Club gave the devotion Gregg SchofleM.: star green-
Of Thank Buy Mrs. J, C Pratt of Tallahassee hand and Doyle. Bells senior agriculture -
recording secretary for the federation award. Doyle' will
receive
!W. want to thank each ont for OaIli,1 Young Pimple Floridians have been less almost doubted In number inrrraiied IS per rent In number spoke to the group. She urgedall the State Partners Degree June
flowers cards, food visit fold Swimming, Party Ing an Increasing elPrNI-1 during the put four year to I and house trailers 93: per cent during clubs to participate In the con- Letter were awarded to basketball
v/er. and other expressions olte both the smallest and the largest reach 350,544 last year, accordingto :: the four years.. ** teat that are sponsored by the ,
I The young people of the Pint player track player, cheerleader
shown us during the death of automobile in recent years the official report In 1MO these federation ao that they '
Baptist Church In Branford enjoyed may .win *, and manager.
r loved one Perry Ctlbbs. May Florida State Chamber of Commerce I small car accounted' for 9 percent awards.
a hayrlde and swimming Another awards assembly will
bless each one U our prayer. out In its Weekly of total passenger automobile
pointed Carol
party Friday night at Little River I Soil Sii| Sister Jewell Jones Business Review released' -eater- in the state and for 14 percent Ann O riff In furnished entertainment .
Springs. The party was In honor
and the Crtbba family last Mrrt lien
year."Thera
day. FriilayThe during the dayA
or Susanne Murray and DoyleBen. of the beat fishing spot In
"Cars weighing J.&OO pound or were 107400 car weighing luncheon
Tear Smbwripthm New> who are graduating this year 4.500 pound and over and I regular monthly meeting of Branford Club was served by the Florida I Ia around an old shipwreck
and Jamea Cranford. who left this wearing Florida WW tat last the Board of Supervisors for the at noon. off Cape Canaveral.
week to Join the Navy Buwannee River Soil
Conservation
Ouli Meet
70
I Ilridgr, year per cent more than In
DO YOU HAVE AN Twenty-four attended Including mo. District will be held Friday at 3'00
the Rev. and Mr Allen Price.: With Mr*. Hill pm. at the courtly agricultural FARM I miHEAIt: 1
Alcohol Problem? "Car with plain tag numbered IN>H HVNfK! : : (:OMI'VMKMI.KON :
Bin Thompson and Mrs. Charles Afternoon building J. Dan Ross will preside
The Wednesday' M9.J97. up 7 per cent and with
t 'e now hue in Live Oakn D. WUBama. Bridge Club met last week at the W tau 1.011.754. up II per cent. u chairman.
AA Group ready to The honoreea were presentedwith home of Mrs. W, R. Hill In Bran- The ".&6, car for hire repro.sented Scheduled for dlMuulon la the : J. rush; SR.
elp a gift by' the. .group. ford. a 41 per cent gain over district' educational provram In Service, AgentLIPSAUTO1111
f- you.WRITE Playing bridge with Mr*. Hill 1MO. county: schools.: Conservation film
LttrxuU Training, Meet were Mrs. T. D. Winter. Sr. Mrs. "All passenger car exclusive of are. now furnished once a month [
I P. O. Box 591, Charles D. William Jr. representative & I. Tvwnaend. Mrs. Fred' Jones antique and governmentownedcars without chart to the Vo-Ag department FARM LIABILITY
UVE OAK of Nationwide Insurance Mrs. A. Jack Phillip Mn. Lou totaled M18.5S1 by the end at Branford and Buwannet POLIOHAIL
in branford.' la one of 40 agents Mason. Mr W B. Thomas and of IM4. II per cent more than High Brhool
OR CONTACT YOUR
attending a training program being Mrs. R O. Griffith. four year previously.' Board meeting are open to the f. o. son at or-ici *.*..17.
f Physician or Minister conducted by hi* companies Mrs Minter won high score and "Among ether types of motor public and those interacted are Invited Lira oaa ale. *.ar
.t Raleigh N. C. Mrs. Thomas won the fun prise. vehicles, both buM and truck to attend
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Park Service To OperateIndependence I Ladies Winning Softball Team News And Activities From


Hall In Philadelphia y gr I THE RECREATION CENTER l,1


Will Regain Its Look Of 1776 I By ROY SULLIVAN Director I

Washington Thomas Jefferson liked to say that The Recreation Department'ssummer when the game was called due
the Declaration of Independence owed its swift passageby program will get under- injuries suffered by a player an to
the Continental Congress to horseflies. way Monday. June 7. and has been each ball club.

Fortunately the livery stables of colonial Philadelphia R planned to offer a variety of ac Little league baseball t ,in',
no longer stand near Independence Hall, but in most other e tivities. held the first night practice v!,.
respects the historic birthplace of e The playground will be used for der the supervision of their nch-
the United States will soon look important historic chamber in the free play with most equipment es Tuesday. After practice gam,"J
as It did that hot, first Fourthof United States, the Assembly Room available for check out. Some of some 10 year olds were aislimni .0
July In 1776. the National Oeographlo has been more thoroughly researched the game areas available will be minor leagues
Society says. than any room in America I hop scotch court, shuffle board Minor league play win 'rat,
I court, horse shoe June 10.Swimming.
The National Park Service after court, volleyball
a decade of research through First the room was stripped tIts pit, tether ball court, Softball field, classes for tll.->
four million documents letters, brickwork All vestiges of Inaccurate 'tennis court, and badmintoncourt. swimming 12 year olds and unfa
and Illustrations, 1 is restoring Independence restorations and alterations : students will start Monday June
Hall as well as some were removed. I All ball fields will be under the 14 at the Douglass pOOl. CIa,w,
23 historic bullldngs in an area Exposure of the brick walls revealed i : : supervision of Bob Rutledge. Boys will run from 8.00: to 11:00: am

encompassing more than six city that a painter, working two t r _ ''r baseball program begins on Tuesday I' Registration starts at 11'00 am
June 8.Vacation.
blocks. The entire project could centuries ago spilled just enough r June 8, at 7-13: pm. with .
take 20 years. paint over the edges of the original ti North Florida Telephone vs. Western a

"Our approach Is that time is paneling to leave an outlineof I Auto. Second game will see Bible
the woodwork.Old : Ratliff Motor Co going against School
not the important thing accur-
acy 18," Melfored O. Anderson, maintenance records show. I Suwannee Ford Tractor at 8.45: I At Pine Level BjptNt t
superintendent of Independence ed a payment for taking down ( p.m. The Center will operate a Registration will begin at ; 10
National Historical Park, has said. and resetting marble mantels. It concession stand pm. Friday, June 4 at Pine Lei i
Restoration began several was the first proof that mantelsof 'c} ". The swlmlmng pool will open Missionary Baptist Church for a

; months ago in the Assembly any sort had decorated the Assembly "' ''- l\\b.. ;,fJ ',oj '>' :;I Saturday at 11:00 am. for publicuse Vacation Bible School planned for
Room, scene of the adoption of Room. and will be under the super June 712.Classes .
the Declaration of Independenceand Every nail hole on the brick wall Above I. the winning team of the ladles Softball league, Suwannee Funeral Home There were vision of Mrs. Marguerite! Brorsen. will be held each evening .

Constitution of the United has been measured, mortar com- only three teams entered In this year's play Suwanne Pack wound.up In second place and Vann's Life guards will be Kenneth Poole from 7:00: until 9:30, Monday
and carving details analyzed. '
States pared Gulf was third. (Democrat Staff Photo) and Miss Kathy Harris with the through Friday for beginners pn-
Chemists 40 to
Often described as the most removed some concession stand operated by Mrs. manes, Juniors, and intermtdiates .
60 coats of paint on the room'swalls
Abbie Croft. The pool has received with commencement scheduled .
to determine the exact coir Spain's income from tourism I
BeachvilleWe a fresh coat of paint. for Saturday night
Parents of all Children Entering and type originally Hall used.IndePf'ndence Itself. has has risen to nearly a billion dollars Players from the women's softball I' Children from other churchei
a year the National Geographic league went to Lake City last In the area are Invited to attend
First Grade in Nettie been altered or restored inaccurately were glad to have good attendance at the Union Baptist Church Sun- says. Saturday to play two games Live these non-denominational clam
14 times since It was first at Sunday School las day afternoon. e I Oak won the first game S to Sand and are asked to register Friday
Baifden School Next Term used in 1735 for the Pennsylvania Sunday, but missed a few of our Mr and Mrs. Carrol Canon! and (Renew, Your Subscription Now) were ahead in the second 13 to S night.Men's .
General Assembly. It served as a faithful
Please pick up a health recordat colonial capitol until the Revolution ones. Mrs. Lavaughn Cason and chil
the Health Department and Mrs. Hots Spooner and daughter dren, all of Jacksonville, were
when it
was a gathering I I I.I
take It with your child to your place of the Second Continental Ginger of Jacksonville were guests of Mr and Mrs. H. C, Cason Softball League Winners
own doctor for your child's physi- visitors here last week end. Thursday.
cal check-up. Bring the record Congress ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell
with your doctor's signature and When the British held Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll ,,. .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs Har- and son Wayne, and Scott Beachof ... : .
your child's birth certificate or during the fighting the '.. '
ley Starling of Brooker Saturday Gainesville, and Mr. and .. ; :" iii I
other legal proof of birth. building was a Jail for American Mrs. ; '
Dates for Registration June prisoners> For many years after evening. Lavaugn Swails and son of Cocoa ..;.,v".a. ., :.. I. :.&. ., ".'.' ;.,_---..
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell and
I were guests of Mr. and Mri. ""'"
7 to June 11. the Revolution scant attention .. ..
was paid Independence Hall their guests Al/c US.AF. and Willie Beach Sunday. '
as a !
Time 8:30: A.M. to 2:0': P.M.j I, national treasure It served for 23 Mrs. Kenneth Tidwell and little Mrs. Robert Perry of Jacksonville 1.1. 'I\ ,, .. .lf "
daughter, Brenda, were guests of : : ,Y j ." i'i'I.
visited Mrs O. C. Cannon :
years as an art and natural his- .. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks of .. .: .
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Monday. .
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Jacksonville Sunday. Al/c and We are sorry that Mr. and Mrs. : .. ,.ft. .. ''' : :'
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Mrs. Tidwell and baby left Tues '
,
Clyde Odom
are neither
Improving .' ... ... . .. ,
A Thought For Today day for California and then will 10on as much as we had hoped. ., .,. ,. .... . '
Wit .
to Okinawa where he will be A large number of relatives and I ..." *;'',.: .
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Br BRODY C. IIIRRIS stationed.
friends attended a house warming .
Some Beachvllle folks attended at the home of Mr. and Mr. Ce- : ,, : '.
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"EXAMPLE IS A LESSON THAT ALL MEN CAN READ . funeral services for Walmer Pad. cil Roberts Saturday night. They ,8' '' ", ,. ;
"A FALSE FRIEND AND A SHADOW ATTEND ONLY WHILE geU at the Church of Ood in have a very nice home and we are :Jot.., 'II', .: .''' ,: ,
THE SUN SHINES. . Branford Sunday afternoon. Othirs all glad for them. They received 'i"if\. ".
A This sounds like a variation on the "fair weather attended funeral services for a lot of nice gifts for their home. : :" I ; : ; ; f
friend" theme \I '" : ; ; .
., as false friends and shadows Mrs. Maggie Holmes of Lake City .;.:.. : y ;: \ 'j. ; ; \ ,
Rev.
F. E. will fill
Day his
alike are conspicuously absent when appointment '"
q the
sun or, in : ,
this Instance, our personal fortunes, go into hiding here Sunday, June .. : C: .
IF a Fortunately, there are rather few among us tory museum, featuring such bla- Come and worship with us. 11' ." \I. re:
1 who have many friends in this category for the acre exhibits as the trigger finger .11. .
simple reason that on the whole have ( ., "
a we sufficientcommon of a murderer and a stuffed five- r2' ;: :
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sense to spot the phonies and thus allow CIro'g '1. I.
two-headed Replace
egged cow nursing a Barge "
ourselves ta become overly dependent on their. tenuous ;
friendship*, alt. ThflJUH area n building near* Ckopatra'a burg has been .replaced p'e'e -' ,
The warm bond of true and worthwhile frle-d- ly auctioned off for l lolT by hydrofoil boats on the! r -
I hip tathanlinttme quality which is never more On another occasion, the buildingwas Nile, the National Geographic The Life of GeorgU' softball trim "on the men's softball rham.l.nthlp Ibis year with Motel
of adversity. At such time condemned as being In dang.er says. Three such high-speed boats Christian second North Florida Telephone third and Sowanne F.nnaillo..e .la forth pUc Tess

of friends and sort It the is never true necessary from the to false take; thankfully stock of the our latter circle of collapse and it has suffered. named for Egyptian queens cruise members present for this photo are front row left t. rights Larry Evils; team maasgrri 1 C N'Brought.e I

attends to that by his absence. the Indignity of the epithet: "fire.trap" the river between Aswan and Abu Rudolph hunt Lamar Poasum) Lee; back row .left U HshtJ Nalhasi W.....,. Ibm
Simbel Taylor, Billy .Jackson and Alton Bond
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor Today, itlll owned by the City --,- -- (Dea+oers4 BUM Phil.I
Suwannee County Residents of Philadelphia Independence -- -
tall with other buildings In Independence -
BRODY C. HARRIS Square Is administered *
and maintained by the Interior -
Department as a National Hisorlcal "

SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOMELicensed Park. SIEF ,

Funeral Director

625 S, Ohio Avenue PREREGISTRATIONof

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA t1

FIRST GRADE PUPILS :

PHONE 362.1234 FOR FALL OF 1965

IN ALL SUWANNEE ,t
I COUNTY SCHOOLS

'q 1 u
--- Pre-regtstratlon of pupils planning
to enroll In the first grade
for the fall 1965 semester will take ,

place for 'a period of five days, : ,
from June 7 thru June 11. 19HJ.
ATTENTIOHMOTHERS
))1 under policies adopted by the

Board of Education. Parents or
ONLY guardians[ may register pupils during -
this period at the school: nf| ,
-- their choice
Jf.i
JUNE The principal of the school to i;
which application has been made
i 3-4-5 will be responsible for transmission ; ,
I of the Initial Assignment
I ilG Form to the County School Board
for processing. If the Board cannot -
I
assign a child to the school
11x14PORTRAIT to which the parent expressed a I
preference, because of overcrowd
I
edness. the parent will be notirttd
In sufficient time to make another -
choice of schools.: :A )
t In event of overcrowding, alignments + _
i Black and Whit. will t* made wltho-it
regard to race, color or nation
origin, and priority In assignments
Plus Small
will be given to thoae putpU who
live closest to the school. Those w1ilflEye.
Handling Charge
who are rejected because! of overcrowding dais C .
will be notified and kbisg CAstcU +
jft
e
F x milled to make an effective choice Jfalsba Spat Coups,

I $1.00 of The another choice school Is granted to the CHEVELLE MALIBU by Chevrolet

FEQ. $8.00 VALUE, ONLY parent or guardian and the child.

Teachers principals and other
school personnel are not permitted A good 16 inches shorter Aon tAd That
Malibu haa t Yttation-tbc trunk
No appointment necessary to advise recommend plus
otherwise
HOURS or fii4Chevrolet outside, -.J it's wry Jull-.mI leftty of
11&11
Full aeloctlon of pose. Influence the decision; nor tt aahtrsrnoh aeata,
I 10 to 1 will school personnel either favor handle and park. Plenty of room gocset
No ago limit or penalize children because of the rOM A INk spirited nsootA optiona and an.ibble lor IL Aid
I i ) 2 to 5 our ru,. our tndoa will make'OW'

AH work guaranteed choice Children made.not pre-reglstertd In sing .V"ftp.. L m-Thrift Six or you can SEE THE U.s.A. locuble ..Ita m.. 80 _parmenta Ie tap. Try j jcorn-

Spring may be registered at the order/row *family of potl'frJul8',. THE NO. 1 WAY ita ADWrica's most Dlo.t POPUlar .'-q1iDd<< elg1' ia
I school of their choice on dates of popular intanrl'diate-sloe ear

\ VAN H. PRIEST'SLIVE August U and IT, INS Immedltely -.Rsd.. MM. .Rol9elj. !!I L9..J your.* n*.., d-ttr. lira -w ctttvuouT. ommu. .
!
prior to the opening of the fsi1f118 CORVAIg
OAK FLORIDA Fail INS semester, but tint pnfrence I
i t ., la choice of schools will be 1

then to those who prt-reclster
'". Limit- On P.r Subject-2 Pee ?Ri>.I.rW In tht Spring period. GRANTHAM "..
. CHEVROLET
COMPANY '
W;' .: P Each Additional Subject PM HENRY M. FOLSOM Sept INC.

w Board of Public Instruction sHtowarJ> SL Pfco MMm u. Oak. FUrfcU *

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA
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(9-Fg t -_ I Receive Service AicanlsAbore Wife Local Man I* Aerospace>> Reading Club

Honored At
Canaveral
I Set At Local LibraryThe
lI :
Mra. Barbara Fullbrlght wife
I of Edgar Pullbrlght and daulh.tn. aerospace reading club of
I WOMeN -In-law of Mr and Mra X. J. the Suwannee River Regional Library
Pullbrlght of this county. ha* been will start Its summer program
ktoJoh 1 Qr |selected, Mrs. Canaveral District In Live Oak on June 4.
an Queen For A Year. She was chOfl.I All students rending twenty
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society EditorPerry | en from employees of the U S books during the summer, (five
.+mlun. Army Corps of Engineers and I* a non-fiction). will receive an
1- clerk In the mall room. Aerospace Reading Club Award In
Golfers Cue-is Of Local Lady Golfers I The husband of the honored September The award will state

mts The-Suwannee Country Club lea In a- white uU-J Ironstone tureen.I lady Is stationed In Turkey at the that the recipient has completeda
'(1 1 I present time trip to the moon at the library
:o.tali lady golfer were hostesses to the The dessert table was graced with .
4i Storlse will be told at the library
lady golfer of the Perry club last an arrangement of gladioli The
. Wednesday Cant Of Thnnk- In Live Oak each Thursday
luncheon tables mere laid with r
The buffet table was overlaid white cloth and flower placed at We wish to express our appreciation : afternoon at 3:30: and at the
hrndcr- with a white cloth and centered Interval down the length of the i to our many friends who Branford Library on the second
with a floral design of shasta dais table were so kind and connidrrate to and fourth Saturdays of each
month. The first time InUre
tune us In the story
passing of our mother
The refreshment table In the Oak will be June 3.
I ISSfs Shower Given For bar wa covered with a cut work Mrs Blanche Saiwer We ire Mpeclally .
am / grateful for the beautiful
cloth of and
pink a large design
amt Miv Waclsworth floral offerings the food provided
of gladioli was placed at one end. Birth Annoiinrrment
Friday evening May 21, Miss the crystal punch bowl was placedIn the word of comfort spoken and
Eton Wadsworth was honored the center with trays of can- to those who had .a part In the Slit and Mra Wendell Law announce .
funeral servicesMay the birth of a son May 14,
miscellaneous shower '
with a at apes and party dips on the table '
Cen.ter God bestow Ills richest In Monback Oermany The baby
the Philadelphia Community
Winners In the
tournament were blessings on each of you la our ; boy weighed eight pound. four
.t t
Mrs Sam Register! of Perry and
prayer ounce and has been named Mar-
; 30 The refreahment table was covered Mrs I
Harley Brown. Mr* R. PI I Mrs Doris BeverlyMr cut Wendell.
e\.l with a white linen cutwork Mill
was winner of the net low
aiM Mrs. E. W. Siuurr Paratrooper Law U the brother
fie cloth. The floral design for the score. Mr*. J. J. Hollowell of Perry
and family of Mr. Robert Warner of this city
tor'en. table wa* pink roses and pink
received the door prize. | Mr and Mrs J. D. Rawer Jr. and Mra. Law la the former Nlta
larkspur In a crystal pedestal eon-
talner Around the punch bowl Following the tournament a are the feurteen young ladles receiving the recognition at a Glrla AexllUry rreienlaltonService and family I nuthouse of Lake City.

day were pink rose The Individual luncheon wa served by Mrs at the That Baptist Chareh May t*. Story en page three of this I.... (Ph lo ay Dan
Nicky Tsacrtos. Mrs. Frank Futch I
Stainer) ; I
pn cakes were decorated with pink
Jr.
and Mrs. Louie C. WadsworthMrs .
" Wyman Harvard 8rH war
also served.
Miss Kaye Murrah kept the gift. In charge of the decorations Mr Mi** Denim Shower Party Given For JuniorOn High <(<:traiU At Center
Randy Mat the luncheon Mrs.
book and Mlaa Jannette : Friday night May 28, Mrs James B. Daniels
het Hlngson Harley Brown and Mrs R. P. Mllli Hoiiorro TluiPMlayMU wa a punch bowl and tray of
end and Mrs Jack Stewart won the the punch table.Attending W Z McLeod. Mr*. Jack Jone homemade cookie, candles: potato .
ott game prizes II Elaine Dennis brlde-elee, and Mra. Paul Crew honored chips and dlpa
from Perry Mra.JOIt'Ph
day Hostesses were Mrs Louise were was honored with a miscellaneous their daughters Ennels June and I The guests enjoyed dancing to
Fury. Mrs J. Puckett. Mrs
shower Thursday evening In the Funeral HomesLIVE
Lanler Mrs. Clarence Boatrtabt"Mra. M D. Caruthers. Mr. J. J. Hoi- Brenda on their Junior high the music of their favorite record .
Lillian Rose Mrs. Ullon I torn home of Mrs. John Perry on West graduation with a party given at *. June, Cnnel. and Drrnda
ell. Mrs. J. II. Laub. Mrs W.
Duvet Street with Mr Hazel
Robert Mr*. Libby Cundlff. MrsAudrey the Garden Center. dedicated a song to Amy Zlnobrr
H. Huxford. Mrs .
Sam Register.Mr
Moore Mrs Mamie Rosa,I P. A. Perrlne Mrs. E. West. Collins Mrs Vlritnla Wynne anMlsa The school colon of green and who will be moving to Iowa In OAK and BRAN FORD
Mrs ErwIn Land Mra. Agnes Gayle Wynne cohostesses.Miss white were used In decorating June. Around fifty were Invitedto
Mrs H P. Dorsett. Mrs J. L.
Mrs. Iris Uonda. Wynne greeted the guest At the entrance: there was a
Plstt. and way enjoy the orcaxlon Now have two radio-dispatched
I HowL and Mrs. J. C. Dreyer.
I The hastes presented Mill a. at the door with a sliver! tray ef "wlae" owl graduate holding a oxygen-
Wsdsworth with an electric mixer pastel satin sachet corsages (for diploma tied with green ribbon equipped ambulances on call twenty-

Around forty were, present. I.I I (Renew Yew Subscription New) eachMra. Henry Polaom and Mrs. and ..wearing of green graduation and white cap.Streamer Local Junior Tub I four hours each day in both Live Oak

Homer Ratliff received prtaea for were used around the ...IU. In I. .MdiiilxTit Annul Meet and Branford.
the game played the corner' of the room were Local Junior Woman Club
In the Florida Room an are white wicker floor baskets hold. members attending the district

SAVE $2,045 A BARN rangement of yellow gladioli In I ins magnolia leaves and blOllllOm'l three workshop held In n ran ford CALL DAY OR NICHT_
Japanese brass bowl was on the with another I on May :33 were Mr*. Billy How-
Reduce headaches with coffee table and Oakleaf hydran branches and greenery In the land Mrs. AI Wll* n. Mr*. Roy o.
too seas In an heirloom pitcher was ter at the bark of the room. Hemp Mrs. Rich Caprtl Mr 362-3333 935-4100
on the marble lop cheat of draw. serving table overlaid with a Cf'n.1 Mattox. Ward Mrs. Wilton R

1".nn. J. ., ...,.. ... era. Arrangements of pink gladioli. Imported linen cloth held a Kane Mrs. Ernest Sellers, and LIVE OAK BRANFORD
&td were In the living room and famlly cutglaaa basket filled with white Mra Reginald Scott Jr,
J. B. DANIELS JR. L.F.D.
r 1 room. Shasta dalalea from Mr*. CaMle- ,
: The refreshment table In the berry' garden At the other end Wire I Supplies atIt: <'rlmen'al
BULK CURING I dining room was overlaid with an --
ecru linen hand embroidered cut :' -" -- -
BARNS! '71'f, ; .i'" .
work cloth. A silver epergne centered '
the table with an arrangement ,, '
"
This Is what an investment in a Powell Bulk Barn has of Shasta daisies and greet

meant to many farmers curing 10,000lbs0 per barn yearly candles The cut glass punch bowl -.
was placed' at one end of the table I .
Oliver tray held miniature sand u
MORE WEIGHT Stringing lone are elimJ.! Ichea.. chena wafers. and eookleaSilver ,

rated and curing of trtIHa greatly reduced. ,., compotes of butter mint
..
Owner report 200-400( ( Iba. more saleable. leaf and roasted nuts were on the r .

ri I per cure TOO Ib*. at 60c tb .................... > 110.00 table
Mrs Wynne and Mrs CuRios
7r poured punch.
r LOWER CURING COSTS (euiwl.nd Party guests were Invited' to be

electricity used in CUI''. Many farmer enjoy with the honoree and boa...,..*.
2 -50''% uV t.arHir. \ 2\1C 1tl.IO.ooo .

cured yearly at J\lc Ifc ........ ........... 250.00 '
Grrrtt Clot era !
/

HIGHER PRICE CanlrolWcurfr prove* Ilolil MrrlInK

telling price from 5 to 12c owner* fin The Green Clover' 4-11 Club meat
10.000 Ib*. cured yearly 5cp ......Mr, SOD.U the AirtrulturaJ: Building re-
eently with I It preaent
The devotional war led by Orb- d

LABOR Coflrge tud sthow US fewer Die Touchton and pledge by
manhour reeded l If bulk curve, verified by Charlotte Johnson and Joan 44r
Poaoe o.nee,11.000 few tv>re4 yearly at 1 DO eic nn Chaunoey. tv
hourly labor cot ...... ....... 93.UULESS Cindy Haywood gave a demon f
atratkm on blueberry mla. Gall
Darts on How to Make a Muttwr7Day ,
TOTAL SAVINGS; POSSIBLE per Card. u..n Boatrlght on ,
Po. g Barn yearly $2,045.00 Why rruiu Turn Brown and Mars I '
Jean Meadow on French' T eUSarL .

let v* (new yew ..* CefirraJM *..." aelt' CIItittt *..e. I. .
...-y, mete* tvtt g eaiy, rWv ei mo..*.__....4oc..... M
Itrlng 11..1 l lA

new syiteni of municipal. I'I'
POWELL MANUFACTURING CO. INC. I v a
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Ma' collection threatens U repUee r '
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the no'-1oW' fashioned garbage J
Drawer 635 B fttvllU S. c.
nn ran. ..,. the American Paper "s "t"4' I

I tnautute MitlUeaO acU ,. -.'" ,, ,M rr; % '
made of kraft ikraft mean

Allbritton Bros. Tractor Co. ".tron a"' In Germans are being ,. ... '..... ...
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i, uartf Wet-strength, nearly mue '. : ,,iI ,t.'IIi'' r'y'
LIVE OAK FLORIDA lees, they are making straight A sIn t ,
ettenatve field ...u. !,b 1.-.1' : ,

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STAY SOUTH YOUNG MAN!ION



YOUR GRADUATION DAY, will your btulneMmen Invested $U4 billion In 3,333 major

drrama be bold They should be. far horizon Industrial development These) developments

are aa limltlcM u the skies today for )'oun,1Mn alone provided more than 180,000 new employ

MODERN AERIAL APPLICATIONSPRAYING of character and ability, vision and faith. mint opportunities.ltoldtbaedrramablghyounyman.Stayoutb .

Look: ahead-atay South, young man. Stay

SEEDING DUSTING FERTILIZING and see them com true. For the South l la a great South and grow with America'- fut-growing

and fart-growing opportunity-land where your opportunity-land I

With The New GRUMMAN AG CAT anbUloua drams can become "&JltT. x& a .

COMPLETELY ENGINEERED FOR ALL YOUR JOBS SouthernRailway ,.CSIOCIf'
Over the paat decade the South outpaced the

HOWARD MORGANU. nation In 26 of 31 butine actlrltlea jrarreyed by &

S. M W..t LIVE OAK. FLORIDA r..... MJ-20U the U. 8. Department of Comnveree. Along South System

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I PAGE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY... JUNE 3., 1965
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real and personal property owned have been totally exempt from The estimated cost of the school era bearing their fair and equal' I budget unless the majority of our

: by railroads and public utilities In paying taxes under the homestead expansion program recommendedby share of the tax burden I find It taxpayer are In favor of it. There f

II Suwannee County la 879431000. exemption law due to unrealistic the school board advisory com- hard to believe this is the case are firm available who specializeIn !
-= Therefore the railroads and pub- assessed values have expressedtheir mittee Is $1.884.000.00. Officials because I have a great deal of con- property evalutlon. Certainly It

t : lic utilities pays $400,548.75 or willingness to pay their fair the Florida Department of Educa- fidence In the people of this county would be one of the best Investments 'J

t 52.15 per cent of the taxes paid In and equal share of taxes in the tion have advised this committeethat because Suwannee County has that this county has ever,'

I Suwannee County on real and county necessary to the operation the average annual amortization been good to me and my family made for our county commissioners !
t' personal property. All other taxes of our county government and cost of retiring bonded Indebtedness AU of this I
we
Mr. Louie C. Wadsworth Any statement I make In this letter appreciate very to employ one of these firms to
paid on the balance of the real schools. for a twenty year peri- much and I firmly believe that
Editor & Publisher I firmly believe I can prove assist our tax assessor In bringingour
The Suwannee Democrat and I hereby challenge anyone and personal property in Suwan- od is 7 per cent of the total am- when the people of Sftwannee tax roll up to date.

Live Oak Florida to debate these Issues granting nee County amounts to $387,521.- ount. Therefore the average an- County become aware of our need We believe that once this program -
them equal time on any occasion. 72 According to information furnished I SubscriptionsI nual Installment to retire these for a good educational system and Is Implemented Suwannee

Dear Louie: Suwannee County has the resources me by our tax assessor, Mr. bonds would be approximately the best solution Is offered to them County will experience unprecedented -
William Hubbard Gray, there are DemocratListed 13188000. presenting the facts this
to finance our county government as com- Industrial development and
I feel that it Is my duty as as long as expenditures 3,800 homesteads in Suwannee I We believe that funds Investedin mittee has tried very hard to do, I I growth which will also comple-

chairman of the tub-committee are held within reasonable limits, County, 2,666 amounting to over below are new subscriptions good county government which believe that they will\ make the ment the development of our agricultural -
70 per cent of these homesteadsare and subscriptions renewedto would certainly Include an ade-
on Finance of the Suwannee finance an adequate school system right decision. We certainly cannot resources. Certainly every -
County School Advisory Committee and adequately maintain all\ valued at $2,500.00 or less. the Suwannee Democrat from quate maintenance program for believe that once the tax baseis taxpayer In this county should

to pass on to the taxpayers of county property Including our Now let us consider our tax May 21 to May 28. all county property including our broadened bringing our tax roll contact their county official and

Suwannee County some of the results school system provided of course, structure when our county officials NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS schools which would also providethe up to date that our county officials let them know how they feel about

of the committee's work dur- that all the owners of real and and property owners of this T/Sgt. Charles Poole San Francisco best educational system for will go on a spending spree. this Important Issue.

ing the past several months.I personal property in this county; county comply with existing laws Calif. our children possible, Is a good fn Taxes will not be increased unless Sincerely yours.HenJ'1 .

believe that most all citizensof pay their fair and equal share of which have been upheld by the Hoke St. John Jacksonville vestment for property owners in our official spend more moneyland I M. Ward Sr., Chairman
Supreme Court of Florida. We are H. V Mlxon. Rt.. L. O. Suwannee County. We certainly
the county will agree that in taxes. I do not believe that our officials Subcommittee on Finance
order for them to make the right Last week the Supreme Court of listing as follows some of the resources SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED cannot expect to attract Industryto I will Increase the county HMW Ilr

decision concerning our county Florida upheld Judge Durden's dpctslon of Suwannee County: Mrs. W L. Richardson Rt., L.O our county unless we the prop-

government and schools, it will be on House Bill Number 555, 201,985 Acres of crop land at an Mrs. Mattie Faircloth, Tarpon erty owners of this county are
average value of $100.00 per Springs willing! to pay our fair and equal
necessary for them to have certain Chapter 63-250 which provide
i facts concerning the operation of I that all real and personal property acre $ 20,198,500.00 and Mrs. Woodrow Doff Rt. L. O. share of the taxes which are Low .Cost Loans AvailableFOR
191,584 Acres of timber John if to have good
The Schneider L. O. necessary we are
recommendations
our county government. shall be assessed for tax pur-
I made by the Su- poses at its current cash value. woodlands at an average value Howard Morgan, Rt., L. O. county government and the best FINANCINGHOUSEHOLD

wannee County School Board Ad- Since this decision was directed tall of $100.00 per acre 19158200.00 Mrs. H. H. Mills, L. O. educational system. APPLIANCESTVs
after 30,110 Acres of Improved perm- Credit Bureau of Suwannee The school board advisory committee ( Washers Dryers Stove. Eta)
visory Committee were made tax assessors! of Florida, i It
anent pasture at an average River, L. O. during the past nine Check on our new Low Interest Rate For
approximately nine months would appear that this law now
NEW CAR
value of $10000 per E. Gollattscheck, Wellborn months have conducted and attended LOANS
work by this fifteen man commit- must be complied with. This law Is acre 3,011,000.00 several public meetings in Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need
tee composed of farmers and businessmen not the monster that many of our
Monthly Payment To Fit Your
Budget
7,252 Acres covered by perman- which most all sections of this
who are tax paying citizens officials and citizens of this county McthodM! Church Plan
ent water at an average valueof and
of this county. I will not use would have you believe. The county were represented ALL FINANCING BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING
$100.00 per acre 725200.00 Vacation Hihle: 'SchoolThe those attending these meetings
space In this letter to review budget for Suwannee County for
recommendations because they the fiscal year ending September 8,069 Acres used for buildings included First Methodist Church of expressed themselves as being in Come in and talk over your needs with

have already. been made public 30, 1965 calls for $768,070.47 to be ] in municipalities, value Live Oak will hold a Vocation favor of this program. Those who "THE FRIENDLY FIRST"
collected from real and personal Included In other Items Church School June 7 thru June I are opposed to this program com-

-J property owners in this county. 439,000 Acres 17 from 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. each plain that this I.1 just another plano THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

The total assessed value of all real Sub Total $ 43.092.900.00Estimated day I increase taxes could it be that

!' Bonded and personal property in Suwannee value of timber inventory All children between the ages what they are actually opposed to LIVE OAK

County subject to tax amountsto for coun- of 4 and 12 are invited to attend. Is certain privileged property own-

$16,862,133.00. Therefore the ty $ 8,171,83000 1--
House Mover 25,000 Head of cattle at an ave-
based
present value of one mill
rage value of $100.00 per
()n this assessed value subject to
.
For
Sale
2500000.00 Real Estate
head -

Herman Herring tu 862.14 is $16,862.14 the value by of dividing one mill$16.into 75,000 value Head of of hogs at an aver- I ipvuru; ; ri rwftoPpo4P"r

CROSS CITY, FLORIDA the present county budget whichIs age
1500000.00 y
$768,070.47. You can see thatIt $20.00 r, 77 acres on river. Nice bouse. 108
value of all farm
is necessary for the board of Estimated acre tobacco: allotment. Soil
Phone 498.3725I county commissioners and the equipment 3,750,000.00( bank contract more
years.
1,000 homes valued at $$15,000 FOR RENTFOR 0 MISCELLANEOUS
LITTLE ADS $200 Good
school board to levy a total of 45.155 acre. terms 5 per
mills The assessed value of each 15,000,000.6(1( BIG RESULTS cent on balance.
450 homes valued at $10,000.00 RENT Spaces for mobile

each 4500000.00 BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE homes. Plenty of room. Nice FARMERS Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

450 homes valued at 5000.00 Whatever the purpose TOO will and clean. Good well water MONEY for your farm operations RIVER

each 2250000.00 find Democrat clMclfiods do Lake for fishing and swimming at reasonable cost. Termsto REALTY
STUMP BROTHERSCash Estimated value of all farm the Job quickly and well Morgan's Trailer Park US 90 fit your needs. Loan up to 407 Dowtlng St.

buildings 10,000,000.00Sub West Live Oak. Florida. Phone 7 years. Call North Florida Production Farm Bureau Bid,.
Total $ 88,764,730.00Less DEADLINE FOR INSERTION 362-2016. pcfdj 19-1 Credit Assn. S. Ohio Phone 382-1928

& Carry Building MaterialsPhone homestead exemptions on 5:06 ".1\1. Tuesdays Ave. Live Oak. TeL 382-2588. WINSTON J. ROGERS Rtalter
1900 homesteads9,500,000.00 LOW RATE FOR RESULTS FOR RENT 3-bedroom house e at-tf Specializing In Farm & Acreage ,
Estimated value of all Industries, on 8. Suwannee Ave. Call PaulA flAjoA And Ifmnt
SVi cents per word with a .
242-5566 business buildings, railroad and minimum of $1.00. Byrd. 362-1389 or 3621387.

public utilities, real and per (All classifieds most be paid In caJJ U VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP ,,

300 S. Patterson Street sonal property used for business advance.) FOR RENT 6-room furnished Machine machlneles. and cold FOR SALE:

VALDOSTA, GEORGIA purposes subject to ONE WEEK FREE house on Darrow St. Ideal for wave permanent given. Ope- Brick veneer home located Sherwood
tax 120735270.00 Classifieds ordered for five couple. Phone 362-1356. raters Annie H. Mill. Myrtle -
Forest 3 bedroom
1 and
Total estimated value of all real weeks run the but week free ccJJ U Mill*, and Mary' Drew % bath
4 x8 x U" Interior and In Su- electric heat, age 9
Plywood C 0 50 personal property $4.00 will pay for a It word Boatright. Manicurist Ruby wan down

Per Sheet ...,........................................ J> wannee County, Florida subjectto advertisement for five weeks HOUSE. FOR BALE. Also Con- Sanford at Annie' each Thursday price years 111.000. P. II. A.payment,
tax 200000000.00 ner' Pool opened. 9 apart- finance
DM .wanmo Democrat Clwdfleds Friday and Saturday. available to qualified
4x8x34" Interior Plywood CIA Value of one mill would then for Proven Results. menu available. Call 362-293 wit buyer

Per Sheet ,................................ ...?..... be worth 20000000. This divid- or 963-2743. caJJ U A home for sale In Sherwood Forest
would
= ed Into the county budget
equal to 3.84 mills This law provides .. FOR SALE FOR RENT Room located : 3 bedroom 2 bath, living
Full Thick Insulation reducl'daccordlnr conveniently down town. Parshley room dining room kitchen
shall be
that millage
Per M .......................................:.,.....". 42.001h"1eeratiId to the Increase in asses- FOR BALE!: Ford Supra-Dexta house Call ANY TYPE carport utility room all on a
diesel tractor 8 month old like 3622128.pdlj -
.ed values. Therefore all budget 2-6 good large lot. good term.
Terms
new condition $2100. MEMORIALWORK
Sheathing JP flfl making authorities In the county can be arranged. Call or see FOR RENT Unfurnished two ,
...............................................,1 could not increase their budgeter M. D. Lake bedroom house PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
John V. Philpot on Helvenston toe 8. Ohio Av.
the previous year except as City, cdJJ 52-3 Ave. located next to Red & Live
Oak FlorIda
4 8 3/S" Sheetrock law. The law DONE
x x provided by provide White Grocery. Call 362-3349

Per Sheet .................................:.......... 1 1.49 that budget making authoritiesmay FOR SALE after e p.m. pcJJ 2-4 flU
increase their budget by not Granite, Marble. Bronze
than 10 cent In and! Salvage and New Building FOR RENT Phon. 362-3333
Common Nails A PAPer more per any Clean cool furnished '
FOR SALE
Materials ISO acre farm mil
Keg .................................:..:......... J.DU year Therefore the total millaw Plywood Paneling apartment. Large room LIVE OAKMONUMENT of Suwannee River new 3 bed
would be limited to 4.22 mills forthe Completely private Phone 363-
Intelor Doors CO. roam 2 bathroom farm house
operation of the county government 2441. eaJJ tf
Exterior Doors Homer Sanford tobacco allotment W. M. Bum-
and schools. Rep.
:
4.25 ,
Key N Knob Lock ..........................!........... We estimate that there will bean Aluminum Windows FOR RENT 1 large private lot van Rt. 4. Live Oak. FU.

t additional 2,000 taxpayers added Sinks Lavatories for parking l.oue trailer. 10' x I Ii PdJJ 1.1
r Bird 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles ; to the tax rolls who previously Galvanized and Plastic Pipe 50' patio. Cable TV. 837 Black- i

Per Sq. ................................................ 6.95 have been exempt under the $5.- Floor Tile burn Ave or call 362.1482.caji PHOTO COLORING IN OIL FARM AND UMBER LOANS
Upholstery Material. Etc. ttI Charles A. Taylor. Rt. 4. Box
000.00
homestead
I exemption pay-
i' 4 x 8 x / Pref. Magh. Paneling OA $100.00 each Intaxes II. W. MORRELL i 118. LIT. Oak. Fl*. Phone J83- AVAILABLE::
4 ng approximately I For Information can or ...:
West of Lake City 2293. PJJ W-3
Per Sheet ...........:.. ................ 4.0U annually. Four JMIto PAUL A. BYRD
This would amount to $200.000.* On MM mount Road 408 S. Ohio Ave.

12" x 12" Vinyl Asbestos Tile 1O 00. For example: a taxpayer ownIng phil &1.3WI' HELP WANTEDCURB ANNOUNCING The opening of Live Oak Florida

Each ....................... .. .............;...... .10 a homestead valued at $25- Dixie Child Care Center May. Phone 383-IW
00.00 that was eligible for homestead NOIIOUSE air conditioner -
34th. Child care by the hour .U
HELP WANTED
exemption would taxes 10.000 BTU. $90 Saber NOW.
pay 230-r ;
12" 12" Plain Celotex Tile
x Ceiling 1ft day. or week 24 hour service
Age It to 40. Apply in personA
on $20,000.00 of this amount. One $10; carpenter tools;
Each ...................................................... .1U saw A W Drive In. eaJJ tf seven day a week. Reasonable FOR' SALE House and lot
mm on $20.00000 equals $2000 paper hanging tools and table,
rate Mother If you are working 110 i 10 on B. Walker Are.
multiplied by 3.84 equals 7680. $10; box spring intersprtng
I #24 Awning Window 17 CA WANTED Waitresses" Apply at shopping or just going to a J. O. Cannon at Cannon A
Should
budget making authorities mattress $13; and miscellaneous. -
Each ...................................................... 1 / find It necessary to levy 4,22 mills, Phone 362-U57. pajj 3 Dixie Grin. eaJJ U party call Dixie at 382-2704 or Wolf Lumber Co. Phone 383181T. -
see at 1802 tth 81, 8.; W.. Live caJJ U
then this taxpayer's taxes wouldbe WAITRESSES: : WANTED Mustbe
8440. A person owning a FOR BALE 12 ft. camping over 21. Apply In person be- Oak. Ptdd 1-5

THESE PRICES F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE horn stead valued at $10,00000 and trailer, $63. Call 363-1429.: tween the hours of 1-11 ajn. at HORNE REALTY CORP.

I eligible for homestead exemption PJJ3 Holiday Inn ResUurant Lake HAVE AND BRANCH OmCK
MOWER RAKK
would pay taxes on 500000. Ifthe : City caej tf 11* W. lleward M.
FOR BALE Clarendon piano. do
BALER. Will custom workor
millage levied was 4 22 minethis GEORGE B. DEES
Call 363-2045 after 5pm. ne
STUMP BROTHERS taxpayer's taxes would be HELP WANTED at HowUnd's on share. Hiram Ranch -lac.

$21.10. FOR SALE Used Tires and Gulf StaUcm. Apply In person. 382-2M2. phil 3-3 Phone 312.I U*

Hundreds of taxpayers who Tube. Bargain for cars ebjj 3-3 30 ACRES: WOODLAND

trucks tractors All sizes avail AUTO PARTS JOBBER wed About 1/4 Mile Off Graded Road.
able. Some like new. Hundreds trainer No
to pick from. Barber's Service Must have excellent experience characterand required, For Sale-Real Estate 3 BEDROOM HOME

GREYHOUND RACING Station. O'Brien. 933-3535. Also credit reference Must desire .- Good location 100' i 130 lot.

available through :your neighborhood permanent position. Must utility room, and earport. Slt, OO.

service station from be willing to accept management 11.100 down.'
Barber's Tire Service, wholesale responsibility' Must have TRAILER OWNERS:
division eadj tf LOTS FOR SALE 80 ACRES
/ completed or b* exempt from
military obligations Most havedriver' 0000 TERMS: Priced $StS M Ante In Cultivation
FRIDAY FOR BALE New and used
a Berate. Per OUTSIDE CITY (but close to) Five MUM To Town
planer Fret Uuiie Co. North application -
ATN PAUL A. BYRD Realtor Goad Waterhole
Ohio Aw. Llvt Oak 383-3188. write Auto Part Trainee
tOt 8. Onto An. Nice BuJMtng Site
U Box 870. Live Oak. Fla. 32080.
ca.u
1 cahb tf Use Oak. Florida a.000 1/3 Down

TIC FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer Phone 3C3-138
chain laws, parts and service. :NATIONAL SALES. COMPANY rtf 10 ACRES

Logging supplies" hooks, clamp, MA to 1100 earnings weekly tuB nee Brick Borne
bows, bars and chains. Repairfor &!m.. 833 to ass eamlnei weekly "Three Bedroom Modern Bath

1 wktN1iiW life most small gasoline ..natnH.nn'l part Ume. Win consider men FOR' SALE 3-bedrooB horn Tobacco Allotment. Cora Base.
,
women and student Manager Good La.Uar
Saw A Engine: Service,
located I Bflea from live Oak.
1 kfl Nyhily( at WW-I\nt\ '. 0 ftMttmMt formerly Electric: Service Co. win train. Write Fuller Brads with S et bad. U. & Good Farm Land

j ; i11,5" e every Soturddy.I'is 90S Jth St. Tour small engine 1433 &&. 43rd Place. Gainesville. hlchway.acm pecan trust deep ea wen $2$001-11* Darn
headquarters eadj tf Fla. pdg J.'
ladift1uE'
fveeyTuttdny Ni"t. with electric pump. PAUL A.
MICE: 3-BXDROOM HOME
BYRD ..... tot B. Onto
FOR SALS AH Use of tarpauUJna. Modem Bath,
guaranteed not to leak Ave, Use Oak. FU." cacj tf EueOrat Location

;CtUr", Ottls Brown Motor. cdJJ U Words of the Wise rtSO Borne Term.

EVERY PUfORMANCE "iij' tEu4&'unJ1fWncd( ooa Forf FOR SALE 3-year. old mare What we are I* OxT. gift FOR' SALE: A wen eeUbtehed 3-BEDROOM MODERN: HOME
oftlu fabulous with aadd>>. $300. Trained' to ua. What we become I* grocery' star and equipment Goo Location

gentle, fast Is a pet Guaranteed our IUto Ged. Nice Bring quarters built *a Hare Very' Good Condition
satisfaction. Joe Hamttn. -(Loul* Nlser) back. Contact Mr. Odes: pn- Modern BataSS.S44.

4RjroutuiLWiweaj J'1ii/ai4 LaIr 8 Ranch Maya FU. der. Bnnford. F).. Phone tu- Ttnne

Telephone 74-2777. ptjj lt-3 3441. pcJJ 1-$











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