Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00289
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00289
 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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I EighliStore Shopping Center Being Built I ISee

\ illn-Dixic iucCrory Scars And

Trade School Here I Wind Moves Washington Home From Foundation ,

.. "'V Sherwin-1Villiams' Plan To Move

State Funds For Suwannee ,.. r"I"' ', \... ''l"'L...r', .t1wr<
Approved h" .'. Grading and I of the
.h'4. \ 1.f 1\ { : leveling seven acre plot on Kant
Howard Street that will house Live Oak's first shopping

County Projectors,Legislators AdviseState P t Mw1n center moved forward at a brisk pace this week. The
nit* borders Railroad Avenue on the east and ii south
Senator Houston W. Roberta and Representative and east of the James H. Daniels Funeral Home with
Leon N. McDonald this week pointed with pride to frontage on Howard Street Entrance

appropriations made by the recent regular session of the I to the 421 car parking area
Florida Legislature for projects in this.county, Roberts Tiro Siiiwinnt'e Men and eight .COrn..m be from three

also named several appropriations made in other countiesfiPBSubl I siirrinVfFFA Honor aides, Howsrd Street on the north
of the district that win hare an Tennessee Street on the went, and
Two 8uwanne County menwere
effect on this county. hooarary .. RaIlroad Street on the east.
Both feel certain that Suwannee among Builder of the hopping center
Count win be the site of a Voca- IlN elate membership In theFuture la the construction firm of Turn
{ tional Trade School and said they Farmera .f Amerlra" er-Mtlltr Inc. of Jacksonville
Tuesday during the Sth annnal '
were assured up to 1500,000 could Owner of the development Is Live
ranvrnllan 01 the school
be expended on such a school in : Oak Plata, Inc E. A. Turner. of.
With ....Ie C. Wadjwerik by erfanlsatlaa at UaflnaBearh
Uv Oak. Both termed thl act a
tidal af Turner>MUter. the buiM-
major one for the county and one this werk.Narman Is also of
ers. one the officers and
.lam. IJv Okrliy
Proem that should prove of Immense owners of Uve Oak PUuTurner .
Some week news Menu to benefit.A eunrllman and owner a, said here. Tuesday that
break and others It takes hard Radio HlalUn W\tn. and Wil
swimming pool and other recreational he expect to complete work on
V\ work to find sufficient Item to faculties will be provided ton Han*, lunftlm vocationalagrloltare the center by October l of this
j fill our front page. Thru the rears under a 122.000 appropriationmade at Brsnfard lush year.Lease.
IT wt here at the Democrat baM for the .8u w5.q River School wen the Iwo local sire agreement have already
V been. vigilant to art that our front State Park at EUartne. uw"ld. honored with She AUU Farmer been signed for spae In the new
i page U attractive and one that Another important project Degree, th. hlsbnl honor .t facility by Wtnn-Dlil fur a super
makes our readerwant to fine guaranteed for the county U the the stale level the group canbeilow. market. Sears for their ..t..

out what la on It. building of a low level dam on the I log aloes now In Uv* Oak Me-
Suwannte. for which 130.000 was Crory's. who plan to move to th*
This U one of the weeks wt tike provided. First National new slt. and Mwrwln-Wuliams
tar there wen a number of events Completion of and furnishing of The Johnnl Washington hem* M the aid Stage Oath. Read aarthwe-4 *f Live Oak ass carried Paint Co. who aIM win move 1

we could report that Indicates the diagnostic laboratory in Live M fret and the front perch rf and Un tram ether aerllona ef the boar blows. .ff .In a- tore from ,Its present locstlon. Turner t

progress lies ahead. Oak was assured with the securingof .ad. T.....' at noon. Tbe treat steps and fire slaw can be mn al the .left .f the pieties Buys ParslilcyBuilding. pointed out that all four tenants
an additional 138000. Roberts located
> for the center are now In
Dtral Staff Pb.t.l
While the news that work has laid. Also In this field U asiur Live Oak and seek more modern
begun on a shopping center here knee that part of the funds provided HerePurchase faclllles for their local operation.
In Llv Oak will be a surprise to for the University of Florida ileetisoInteeI To hoard C.ommlttee Turner said apace I.. being pro-
no ore nevertheless it I U food to Extension Service will be used to Steering of the large builnru I vtdfd for a modern drug store and
acre work begin and to be able to establish a swine research program building on South Ohio Avenue three other small shops, making
relate plans of the life's developer In this county County-Wide Drive I For NamesOn known as the Parahtey Bulldln, possible an eight btislnrae shop
for certainly the building of a A contribution of JUDO by the by the First National Bank oLive f pine center' ,
shopping center must be taken asa state to the Suwannee River Authority Oak was announced this week Th Wlnn-DUl store will\ be
Bond Petitions Planned
by P C Crapps Jr. chairman o f
sun of prof1'eILBanU win help this eounty the the largtit in the center Ill' fl
the banks board of directors Th
lefislstors surmised wide and 112 feet drep. Nest will
Dana for a county-wide neighborhood to neighborhood property was sold by Mill Bertie
by nstura are eonamaU Roberts said 14000 was appropriated be the 100 a 200 space being prepared *
.. and when directors of the to provide a neon sign to canvass of voters to complete the petition neededto Ms Robinson owner of the build. for McCrory. f"ar. will ocip -
First National Bank found It ales call a school' bond election here ,later this year are be.
IN.. S CMUMM4 *a> Po II) tni.Th e\ a M a tw ..... not to i
to purchase the Panhley Building I' Inf formed by a steering committee of presidents of moat Ur.r;: =Ohio< ha trtmiaa* .t MMnn-niit' on th west and the ..
,as an SSW Use for *xj>*ca bank civic and farm organlxatloni ((11 the county. Purpose of Avenu and 100feet McCrory unit will be on th* ast
growth. that i real piogiem in my local l Scout the drive Is to give every resident on Court Street with a I 10, of the fond market.
book. Boy M' opportunity to have a part in 11M. Asked On 2 fool alley between II and. the I The apace for BhvrwIn-WlUlama
That perking la vital to progress calling the election rather than building that houses Dal and,I will be 20 a so and .U hoisted east
U now recognised onlmsally and Rescues Girl just to secure the percentage Itotul Prt}ectt litreTw Radford. Another alley borders of McCrory, Two small ahops. ,I
this Is the chief reason I think the needed to call the vote projects totaling* about the building on the south and .Is 20 s0. adjoin Bherwln-Wllliama '
First National took this action. Quick thinking and action on Clarence II Rslllff. who served tw. won are lnrl.*>d In II between the bank's property and on tile HIt and nest to them will
This U progress in my book th part of Harleetan PoumeUe. as chairman of the School Board read Job .. which bid. hat the Suwanne Hotel.Crspps be a stor measuring IS i 10,. I
IT rear aid Boy Scout of this dty Advtoory Commute and who Is .base asked by the State Road said hl, bank bought The store being prepared for a I
I hart found fault In this column b credited with saving Lbe life of now serving. as temporary chair Deportment Bid ar* to b* .*.. the property for long range plan drug store I Ie on the far right, J
many times with the ahorteomJnc. Debbie Bass II year old Trenton man af the steering commltl, wed .. Ih* rJela st Tan* fling and that no plans to build facing north and adjacent to
s of the Paula Bryant administration girl at Bart Springs Wednesday this week asked' all those who now baaar* *n T.*...'. Imm It, Immediately were eonlrmplsled Railroad Avenue. This tore is
as far as roads are c-f last weekPoumeU bare petitions to complel their Of mM. Intemt her la lb. Prevent tenants have been asaur planned for 10 a 100. same rise
concerned in this county and it Is had accompanied a work and mall or bring all petl* Peeled calling fr a aw bridge ed II months written notice, he as th* rVari Installation si th \
gratifying to learn that BtU Beau troop of girl scouts of Uv Oak to .. T, McOvwett. vie. prso le.l tiona to the office of Superintendent aver Rub Creek *.> tb. H'alUDprliio addrdTh other end or west ride of the shopping
fcr Haydon Bums, road member Hart Sprint for a tw day camp. ., th* North rWrtd TrlrphM of Public InatrucUon Henry rd .. r-,l_ Ih* warraw bank etecutlv Mid that center, .
for this district intends to do Ing eaeurston and was serving asa C** ***y, p4 tntUtmi .f ,.. M Folsom by Monday, June :21 alnfl leave Iraffl bridge new major Improvement to the Turner said local sub ennl,... "I
something about 1C Bf. guard when the event oe. Rewasui O sily Chamber .fCo Committees are now checking built daring WFA dart Hi tb* Courthouse and Pottofflc burl lees would be fwd> wherever pea J
He has made good start 'by the that have been slgited ... rated to him that the present .
a termed 8MnIt .sad raw preaid**)! .f petitions Ibl and that P At D Contra
salting for bids on that bridge on Mta* Bass who could not swim, the Uv Oak Bury Clb. haaItayd and drafting a plan to divide th* Tk otWe prJel calls fee busIness district of Uv. Oak would bra already have the iradiag and I
the Whit Springs Road our county and two other girls were using a .... ......... q o..n.er county Into small srtmenU for trading, sad ..rf..I., Iw* p*.. remain the sll* for major activity paring sontrsct and Karl: C*Wool
eommiaatonera have been trying watermelon to stay afloat In the sjatgnments to groups for the dole .f Illgbway Itl ftrtli .fUv lor many years to com and this ey the electrical contract.ConslrucUm I
.. Reese as e*..1'-*.- I fatter considered In the de-
driftedinto when llerrlraii Dr was
to get built for years springs Tb..atrrlwkm canvas Oak will be masonry l
I think Bin Beaufort has just deep water and the girls .lost .... w.ober ., tb* tweaaw* Members *f the steering com i daaaac woo severe. Federal aid ,claim to purchaa the Psrihley with aluminum facing and mod II It
began and that that better than control of It Cease DMI>MMM A.thrMy.MD mitte* .t. meeting Thursday bas bees ......... *M Ibl.. prKaUmated *. Building. .m lisa store fronts ,
a millkxt dollars we bas In see. The other twoIts could swim rfl ass flnt owed I* night reported the organUaUons >..* I Crspp said th Pint National. Jim Klnard. who ha bells aIN
ndary road funds will be extended but not well enough to assist Miss tM JmU*..at group In Mar they represented were willing to ...4 .f the III pr*. '. present location don not have the *. I (._".....d M Fag II I
quietly and dirt win fly an om Baas.. awl by Oera farrta Bryas http In the name campaign and )wt la r...r the ISMS .ark 'I. spare> for growth and parking Ms
this county as It should. Road Kim Baas' plight was noticed It* served" ore fee /ear teem favored<< better school for th* with souse 111 eS* .f federal aid. tank envisioned win be ttdd In
money drawing Inter.*** U affir.lanllt. by Mrs Oorg Ogden.camp leader asst bs arrowawmi..... sale county. CrilMated: lout N lINt bridge and future yea's.Purchase Tornado Plays
and assistant leader for the Plans ar* to pick one day and SB- b is*.**.. price for th* building
Uv Oak girl scout troop. 8h fr aeelhe f*. year term.Tb Urn for the canvass for names epalr. to Highway. 111 .b a wry not reWaafdHlghfft ,
Another progrsiie step was caned PourneD who wa* some aatlMrltr wa created bsI and have committee spread Into priaaary ........ Ib* budge la a .havoc' Northern
the take ever here this week afOf 100 feet from Miss Baas on the rill by a spool sett tb* Fir an part of the county st the ...... s..*..." read pr*!***, ..."..
*. I OsbMd *. Pasty II IN*. I CM.Ua*.* MS rage II, H4a UgtaUtoea, IN*. I Ctlad M Fag II sM to lw*.aw* C_.1,. Ateruge
I Part Of County

I State Takes Over Cholera Research Station TornadM wind swept down onto ,
rwidmc.. stare and farm *f I

__a __ Johnnie Washington" colored
County Leases Land From Odom; farmer bt the northern part of ,J
wwann** County around nun

Will Make Study Swine IndustryLand Tuesday..ft.a. seen and of In devastation two minutes Itsoak.

buildings and equipment that have been udb WaaMflgton operate a small

/ the hog cholera eradication program of the U S. Department wayside ...... near his hosn Th
of' Agriculture bore nave been processed and .lor* wa.* tom,.*.*), dtnoilhd I I
turned over to county and state ...ncl... The federal' ; k and Iwo men In the spas al the
facility la to be clos*>d official/! June SO. l j j Urn sot Injured Nth.nll Mwsrd : -
.. .., \ U In the beat
Work on retaining the factttM -- -- fWMitllal with
for seine reward ban her si eiplraUon of Ih* leas pvrind broken l-g and forte Smith 1
Dr a* soar as definite word was r*. Other fartllllef si the station suffered ..."...... Both are N.*ro e..
cetved that the federal facility were turned over this week to Ih* I Waahlngum. Hot and It* *on-
M wild be phased out due to 'IISmiadon rxWral KsUrralon Srrvlc .1 | Unto bur the brunt .f the .WMPdown .
siM having been McomptuhedCommniM Oaln *v1tl*. and wn spread over a 10
k u } T .4, *f the Rural Areas Arcl I........... of the peraon'si ; sere com field. A pump hi...*.
Drvelopinent Council tet conjunction property off)** ef the southern. < Iwo pack houiw and Iwo IotloaHo
with the Board *f CountyComsntMtanets admtnMfsll dlrUten a! .... bam with lid surer were afco

and th aunty'sleflaUUv Orleans. repf..nUd Ih* Mrkullural AI..... 'Jot. .,..... AMMI d.mclharvd and eier4 around
OlegsUnn brvan ease ra.rrh ant_ In Wa...Inc. ...... 1st. O.'. ka beau ace MUftI,side,
I.,....* .... month at. wttfe : Son. for th Voter. J 1!. Nuun beamed I. basing 11M bIoS.INldoat Th WuNltI'batw WM.
the iMirruion Service a* to th* sot, *| th* rvurtd Agn* niirslfcUfMton moved apprwiimaurr W fusS from
fr *tbtiHy af Ubltahlng a r.. Mrnc, was here forth a s. N phuanetM It* foundalkm with stop and
< M I" I......... ..5eda '
search protect her to study swtn University. of ftertda rrmnttlotm I thorny laft Mending
production In the state **. wh* soon a. chairman sebeo. II n..,_f Ito r.- Th wind swept into Ih* euunlyi
An detaO have been waked out .f th* RAO seine SKMinltto*, etv.d Ik. Atlanta trtf a4l i I from the southwest and rat a "
and this a onUi the station was bested on for .fuann* County at (lead.fah A.,4 a N- swaUh inns th* Fort Union s.*. I
tamed ever to the 1 grimness glen. the men{. seal hams severer *f She i Iron *f in* cawnly .
vice of the Unrmttty .f Plonda Mai Senate llanMian W, Itofcnts ....... Other d.ma,* was reported but

Kllpn a* r$OA bag .*iaifa rwrnnsi chiles vaa ......... aatd ealitaywed sad s..... ems Mla far opvraUon and control asid her IM week that an Tb* aooo.l .......,.....'. th. Waahingtan farm appeared to
tsliaaliai tervtr. r .>...ttiai *f a wine wean s..J. < bet* tM .*.*. Fnsvtts ler tb* a* Th pavesl5. arr* plot and th*I spproprlstkn' assd by th ntmtbiftaUtw .f "iby..... peens $5 highlighted have borne Ih* brunt of she wind' '
.flta* buOdmg hove hem leased for th* PnlvervMy chit have.Trop .
vealery awe Rent p.Isrs. Yet ebainsen ti tb* ttmaam* CMty Real. ArM PniH* .4 war Plertd jnh.it nosy to operate ..califs ., --.4 wore. stripped and tin and
ednoel Aurd ........... awed.. .......... ........> IUrrM sal J. M. mate.w, ri M. ntni-r Bas-woedy tie revearcn pr*>..t her. .....4 M lINt fluess poles I lumber from th* etoew wets wrapPd .

rice. repra.a tSM tb* ratrosrltg of Ft-** irb.4. by .. Sl UI.*T| mbafoners with MI option to lay t '!Be I ("........ es Ps,. Ii M. .I ....... t j around bass In other arcs*.

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11 1 I, FLORIDA'SFarm I .

EDITORIAL It Ilappened InSuwannee :r

County, Florida ; 1 ; ; t. V

RoaiJ t Not. Tnfarast. Needed. 1 FrontBy 'l.VTaken ft.' r.

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That Suwannee County fared badly in We subscribe to Beaufort's theory that 1
road construction under the Farris Bryant gasoline taxes are collected to build roads Doyle E. i

regime as governor has been attributed to and not make investments. We also like his E ConnerOrnamental From The File. Of '_ Ii V
a number of reasons, many with a high degree position that if road department engineers* -----

of logic. That four years of neglect are so busy they can not get around to al horticulture standsto THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT'-' "

resulted is evidenced by the lack of con- the roads that need building, then either get a bin boost from the pro ,
struction and the better than one million more engineers will be hired or private en- posed Federal program to beautifythe ,.
dollars that accumulated to this county's gineering firms will be commissioned to do American landscape.In 1915 awarded his doctor's degree in ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Hicks
Florida, this is one phase of medicine by Tulane University became the bride of C. Dean
credit for secondary roads. the planning needed to get dirt moving. L. B. Button gave another of Leals
The $1,135,000 in estimated resources Beaufort is putting his statements Into our widely diversified agriculturethat those enjoyable barbecues at Ella June 5. son of Mr. and Mrs Hugh LewJ

for the fiscal year that begins July 1 In- action. Bids will be taken this month on 10 far has shown little need vllle Tuesday for which he is famous Several parties have been Church last Sunday of afternoon in the!
for the additional stumulus whicha given I Christ
cludes an item of $17,400 for interest on building a new bridge over Rock Creek on Federal program such as this and which are always attend for Miss Jovel Grantham bride- -

funds available but put into savings and the White Springs road, a project urged for promises to give I it. ed by his numerous friends. elect, recently. Miss :Mary Elizabeth Mrs John Castleberry nnb

not into road building by the Bryant ad two years by the Board of County Com- Statistics furnished by the Florida The first of a series of open air Leech entertained at the, elected president of the Live Oat

ministration. missioners.We Nurserymen & Growers Association concerts was given on the lawn at home of her parents Mr and Mrs. Garden Club entertained her executive .
William (Bill) Beaufort, present road like the way Road Board Member indicate their industry the home of Mrs. H. F. Alrth Henry Leech. Tuesday afternoon. board with a luncheon
board member for this district under Governor Beaufort talks and the positive manner in has been doing remarkably well Tuesday evening. Miss Betty Marshall entertained Tuesday at the REA Building

Haydon Burns, told this newspaperhe which he views our problems and needs. Its progress and growth have been The concert next month willheld be In the home of her mother, Mrs
intends to build roads not invest our That the days of 'neglect in Suwannee rapid in recent years. IU current at the home'Of Mrs. D. O. W. C. Marshall with a bridge par- Miss Susan Brinkman was complimented .
road construction money. We firmly believe County by state road officials will halt we annual cash Income of around $70 Henry. ty on Monday Miss Elizabeth with a swimming Part;
million was estimated recently to entertained at Blue and wiener roast by her mother,
he will do just that and that thi. feel assured.
Lodge Saturday with Mrs. R. L.
be Increasing at rate that will a bridge par- Brinkman.
a The Live Oak baseball club has recently
county will recuperate from the neglectities Roads, not interest will help in this ty and Miss Juanita Wheeler and
bring I it to $100 million by 1975.
inflicted by Lake City's Ralph Powersin county's constant bid for growth and de If a national beautification the been addition materially of Mack strengthened LewIn w by Mrs Tommy Livingston entertained On June first the Allmar Coffee

the four Bryant year velopment. gram should take hold_ In a pro..I' will hold down third base; and ed In the home of Miss Wheeler In Shop changed ownership as a well
way all estimates could be out the Waldron from the Louisiana State Madison Wednesday with a bridge known Live Oak man. Gene

About window. No one is prepared to say University, a pitcher who refusedto Party, "Shag" Warren purchased the
right now how far expansion will sign with a national league popular restaurant
OifuX go in ornamental horticultureonce Directors of the Suwannee si .

This landscaping for our high W M. Webb a prominent cattleman County Fair Association In session
o ways begins to feel the effects of and farmer of Hamilton Tuesday set the week beginning Three Local Student

And a transfusion of Federal funds County spent Saturday In this city November 11 as the time for On FSU Dean's List
the 1940
Say The Impetus could carry over with Wiley Bird. Mr. Webb recently exhibit.A .
That Into hundreds of communitieswhen sold Mr. Bird quite a large Three former students a( Su
their citizens wake up to the number of beef cattle. 48 pound wild Indian sweet wannee High School were listed on
fact that an unpleasant! contrast potato believed to be some kind the Dean's List at Florida State
may be emphasized if beautlfica Messrs. J. of a record for these parts wss University for Trimester n. To
H. Dowung, A. Lee
Proud To Be An American Sense In The Sun tlon ends at their town limits. Humphries and Frank Drew Sr. dug from the ground at the farm mate the honor list at FSU, a stu

Beatnik minorities continue to picket lie downon Like repeated overdoses of anything overdoses were looking after their InterestsIn of J. H. Platt alx miles southwest dent must have carried 12 or more

highways, and scream denunciations of Presi- of the sun's hot rays at this tllme of year Membership of the Florida Nurserymen Jacksonville during the past of highway Live Oak on the Dowllng Park trimester must hours earn and a In grade most divisions ..

dent Johnson for his determined opposition to can result in troublesome after effects Instead of tt Growers Association is week of 3 (B) or better. average
Communist and activity In the Dominican desirable benefits.
Infiltration comprised of about 1.000 individuals Local students all girls, making -
Rrpubllc, nd his step-up of the war against It is an established fact that repeated sun- and firms. Under Inspectionby The board of Suwannee of county commissioners 1955 the list were' Miss Margaret

the Reds in Vifct Nam. burns are perhaps the most widespread of the the Florida Department of Agriculture's In County met J. Cannon and Miss Joanna
regular session and calledto Lawyers
was and
You wonder what they really want. If they known causes of cancer and skin cancer is the division of Plant Industry order by chairman S. A. Mine- Third Judicial Judges of the Tsacrios. both of Live Oak. and
Circuit plus lot
are 6,000 commercial a of
want the opposite to United States intervention most prevalent of all some i I ly. Others present were J. F. Lan well wishing friends Miss Tina L. Fletcher McAlpln.
nurseries, large and small. over the Miss
against Communist expansion, then they want A new sound-color movie and a new pamphlet, The Industry employs about 31.. : den. W M. Bennett, J. F. Carver. circuit paid their respects to Circuit this spring Fletcher graduated at FSU
communism to be able to proceed unhampered.The both titled, "Sense in The Sun" have been pro 000 workers who with their faml. and T. L. Hall Judge Hal W. Adams on the

proposed Dominican takeover, very likely duced by the :Florida Division of the AmericaCancer lies brings to about 83.000 the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary
planned and drected from Cuba, was a near miss Society as a reminder to native nnumber, of people directly dependent week H C. Moynelo will move next of his appointment to the USE
thanks to the unhesitating action of President as well as visitors not to over-expoHe themselves on various enterprises In the from Piedmont Avenue to bench as Judge of the district last
the I.
Episcopal rectory on Duval Sunday
Johnson. Red agents were poised to move in and for long periods to the strong ultra-violet rays ol ornamentals business Street afternoon. The reception
was held
In the FUCO
Incidentally ornamental horticulture apartment of Mr
take over the revolt and would have except for the sun. and
Is one outstanding phaseof Mrs John E. Norris of Mayo
LBJ. The film Is available for showings without agricultural activity which usu Miss Martha Ivy was married In -
Secretary of State Dean Rusk says the threatof cost, to organized groups, and the pamphlets may ally escapes displacement by the Arcadia yesterday afternoon to A certificate honoring David W Brand
a Communist takeover In the Dominican Republic also be had for the asking. encroachment of urban sprawl.A Mr, Roy Mobley of Punta Oorda. Henry was presented at the Wed

has been "substantially reduced. The Presi Fortunately, cancer of the skin Is the moat nursery can be absorbed Oak Miss Ivy was a teacher In the Live nesday meeting of the Live Oak InsecticideFOR
dent's action in dispatching Marines there has been curable type, since It appears on the body's surface 1 without much difficulty Into a ter school during the put win Klwanls Club by J L. McMullen
and made
many friends Citing
residential community growing Henry for his 57
fully justified and can readily be seen, even in Its early up here. Mr and Mrs. years of
around it. It Is clean quiet, non- Mobley will I civic service for Live Oat
Th ...t. majority\ of Americans back the President stages. Skin cancer usually does not spread to offensive and usually fairly com spend their honeymoon at the BEST RESULTS
and his actions have made us proud to be' other parts of the body, but Is nevertheless dangerous pact. Also Its products and service Rnama-Paclt/c/ Exposition In Miss Emma Lu Hicks, daugh
Americana As Ben Oehler said Saturday night at and likely to spread to surrounding tissue If are In local demand so It has California
a banquet given to thank him for his work as neglected. local appeal and gets local support .
chairman of the Florida Council of 100, "In the Skin cancer occurs much more often among 1910

last few months I have been proud to be an Am- people In southern states, due to constant exposure Pulpit committee of the First DEKLE BEACHIS

erican. Our actions in Viet Nam and the Domini, to the sun and Is the cause of more than 3,500 Baptist Church announced Wednesday -
The 1984
can Republic were necessary deaths annually Ironically, most of these deathsare gave Florida that the Rer. T. M. Smiley THE
agriculture the
beat break It PLACE TO
"But I am disturbed by the attacks on our needless since skin cancer Is highly curable has had In the pt 10 ,eara. of the Second Baptist Church of GO

President by student groups the ADA and the so- when detected early and given prompt treatment. Included In the 180-odd million Ocala local has been called to fin the On the Gulf of Mexico __ Taylor
called Intellectuals The President hasn't heard Club or association program chairmen who bond issue approved for vocational pastorate. vacant since November BOAT
too much from those who approve of his policy." would like to have the "Sense In The Sun" film schools Junior colleges and universities RAMRBOATS &: COTTAGES FOR RENT

Mr. Oehler urged those who agree with the for their meetings are advised to make bookings was 13.548,000 earmark Miss Mary-Virginia Day Lob nF3? $a1. Complete with
President to write and let him know. A good Idea. well in advance. Information may be obtained i ed specifically for agricultural l leave Saturday to represent the Bulkhead and Boat Slip

So far about all the President hat heard Is snip by writing the American Cancer Society, Florida buildings at practically every Installation Alpha Eta chapter of Florida STORE complete with aroceriea, tadill., nicknack.

ing criticism from the dirty sweatshirt and tennis Division, 418 Tampa Street, Tampa Fla. around the atate.That's State College a* a delegate at the 1100 '1. Loard.alk ;
more than 50 cent oi for Swimming
per Tel Delta fr all .
Bradford ages
shoe contingent. County Telegraph National Convention ,
Stark on
i Skiing
the total asked for by the Florida Fishing
Had the President waited or procrastinated in a Agricultural Council tfacklnak Island, on one of the Crabbing Scalloping.
In the I0A517 -
sending the Marines to Santo Domingo there would biennium It with great lakes between the United FOR RESERVATIONS
now be two Cubas In the Western Hemisphere. And The American WilY 1200.000 aDoronrlated for the States and Canada. PHONE PERRY 457.9519 457.9516
that would have not been the end. 1983-85 biennium or
One of the glittering Just ending
generalties that bobs Joel Fleet, Write
up son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O.
Apathy or Inaction by the United States would In almost every public effort of orators la the which was only 4.1 per cent of the 8. E. Fleet returned last week end HOSTESSF.S Box 518
have further encouraged the spread of communism "American way." 14.378,200 then. the Counlcl had sought from New Orleans where he was Janie HamilloD Ann Moody

beyond the Dominican Republic to other nations If a stranger In our midst wanted to
know In
the put 10 years al1'lcultural -
countries. what the "American way" meant he would
have a building needs which the
President Johnson made the right decision at hard time
figuring It out. The answer to the Council oultlned have climbed
the right time and backed it up with the force search would depend upon whether he read Democratic consistently, starting with 790.<.
of this government. He not only halted the marchof or Republican oratory 280 In 1955-57. However only Z

communism in this hemisphere, but we believe In the Interest of clearer thinking might not 4 Hi per cent of that amount was
history will show he did another thing: He weak- our speakers be more exact In Uwlr language appropriated. JUST THEN

ened Cuba's Influence and he demonstrated to Could they say just what they think the "Americanway There was a sharp drop off In
the world that the United States will not tolerate means?" the percentages appropriated after THE BOSSWALKED

further Communist grabs In this part of the If one Is Interested in studying that 157 per cent for 1957-
world. topic and 59; 4 per cent for 1959-81; S,3 percent
delves Into the records of the formation of the for 1981-83.

-Orlando Sentinel United States of America he will discover that A reversal of that trend Is most INS

there was considerable difference of opinion and gratifying The 37 member organisations

that the "wise old patriots" of our early life ex. of the Council are toM
Indifference And Apathy pressed robust opinions about those who disagreed congratulated for sticking toth.lr

Frequently we receive letters from local people with them. guns through the lean years.
expressing their views on matters of interestto This seems to be about the nearest that once The amount appropriated for agricultural

this community, but because many of them are can approach to a definition of the "American 81 biennium buildings Is 34 tunes In the the 1985-com

unsigned they cannot be reprinted. way." It continues to abide with us. bined total of the put 10 years.

This newspaper welcomes and encourages let.* -Lale Wales News Incidentally, we In the Department i ,
ters to the editor but all such letters and opinions are grateful to the legislators .

must carry the signature of the author. If the for clearing the way to start
author wishes his name withheld we will be glad construction of a mum-needed
to do M. :::t we must have his signature for our The Suwannee DemocratOF addition to our headquarter Mayo
building In Tallahassee

confidential This week file., for example, we received letter LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I that Is, he walked into the Commercial

from a person who signed "Future Voter" Judging isle ike ltert of the Su*<>nte Jt/sr/ PaUey* What's happening to honeybees to inquire about

from the contents of the letter, the author must ? the workings of a Trust Fund To insure maximum '
have been ethelr a atudnt or chaperon on the BANNER Consolidated LEADER V, 8. Department of Agriculture retirement ,
Established 1(84 August I, 1M7 Established IMS reports entomologists are trying to income from safe
senior to investments
trip the Florida Legislature Pablfalie* Every TtarxUy al Ftae .. Conner. 8tr,H find out why thousands of honey for yourself and )
The author of the letter was disturbed because: D we> colonies have died the
not all members in the House chamber voted on Louie C. Wadsworth... Editor & Publisher put two yean In several during southern family let our investment experts explain a Trust Fund r

matters before the House even though they were Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor, and southwestern states.
Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising to yelL
sitting at their desks In the House Chamber. Manager The mysterious deaths startedn
AU of us will agree that a state legislator has George T. (Pete) Vri'ht.... Shop,Foreman. Louisiana and Texas and then

an obligation to at least cast his vole the rote Second Class Postage Paid At live Oak, Florida spread to New Mexico; Artsona

of the people who elected him on every bill that BUn.9CRIPIION Suwannee! County 14 00 and California Some beekeeper
RATES: Outside Buwanrx County ,5"00 reported losses of 60 per cent or
comes to vote, regardless of how large or small the
Pus s Advance more. Studies up to now seem to
Issue may be.
rule out tnsecUcidea. known bee
We agree with the author of this anonymous diseases cllmsUo conditions and
letter that indifference and apathy an the MEMBER: OF 'as "winter dwindlingIt COMMERCIAL BANK

greatest enemies of our Democratic Society. People Florida Pre.Association coum It becomes widespread the

1 should be more willing to be identified with 8UWANNEK condition could have serious elfecta 1111 OF LIVE OAK
their Ttewpolnts. They might be surprised at the not only on toM beekeeping .
of Chamber Industry but also on the production ... LIVE
number people who share their opinions. .f Co.IIMftIe! OAK. FLORIDAPACE
Taylor County News Herald Perry oT crops that depend on honey -
Dee pollination. I

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\ I Our Continuing Response ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON bAi'e.dAt a-IMt I I Pine Level \I

t aslai-nwp... t r.u l a.m.tf1 ra
Pastor's'Corner !
0 Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hayes and
I AMIu children of Cross City and Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Alderman and chlU
0wrlttny firs 1 tAu dren of Live Oak spent Sunday
r with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. payee.

Pastor First Presbyterian Church I Mrs. J. 11. Reynolds of Live Oak
; spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mr.

-- $ Drew Holmes
Why worry The vast majority Carlyle protested to the owner of 1 Mrs. Leslie Hughcy and daughter "
visited! P. Port-
Sandy Mrs. L.
of things we worry about never the cock the man pointed out to
come to pass. On the other hand him that he cock crowed only t net Saturday afternoon
maybe this Is why we worry. Maybe three times In the night and that .........-- Rev Charles Johnson of Perryvisited

we're like the woman who explained after all that could not be sucha to Uw PWllppUm Paul N.MlM Paul knee h. h4 not attained p.rtetlM. now od down ky it* ud wwkimq Uvbts. work topUite tar foot tot Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. H. M. Moore
that her worrying: prevented terrible annoyance "But," Car .hlc. paot IU. tad .hU npvMir' but wu d.trrnird to ,... Chrutuuu *. farad to Mk Ood'Mtalanc UraM who k>v. God I tnj w.k to MIXform Sunday :
ticks so many: bad things from lyle said to him. "If you only w Uw DwnMnu post loa J.u* M until k. rMcltwl kli foal.th. *. Thraus* pray** Ui* Holy U KU ptttwn ant purpow.Kmiuuu .-. Charles Anders spent Sunday
eafa.eat! happening I I! knew what I suffer waiting for lie found wkal Mi. Hf. wd Mth h4 felCfc' mlllnf ., God m Cfcnat JftUlppIaIIa _" Rpint tfirarU iu Inlo canramiity wtuvOoS a M. with Max Lepper.
.. Iw.a-PaLu psi p I-II. S.U-1S. pwtet wULoAommii *:**, IT, GOLDEN TEXT rtiUippUiw J 14. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood of
; Why 90'01'\1' Worry: doesn'tchange I that cock to crow I Jesus said."Don't Jacksonville spent Tuesday and
the of worry at all about tomor-
the object our worry Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.

real 11OlLt of er one however you lota.make Jesus much himself. aye he worries an"Can Inch aboutIt tall any for row.Itself one I Tomorrow One day.day's" can trouble take Is care enough of I Social Security Answers I Beachvillc I Drew Holmes.Rev.. Charles. Johnson spent 'r

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. U P.
? The Christian has
exe.hPOn. ?" or "Which of you with all his several Why good worry reasons In addition to (Editor's Note These questions I jlrt as little as 160 or as much as We were sorry to learn that Rev At/o U.3.AF. and Mr. lUrle) Portner.
worry" can add a single hour to his the above why he need not worry. and answers are compiled by William $294 each month.QUESTION Marvin Odom was a patient in the B. Odom and daughter Terri ol Trooper James Fortner of Pensacola .
life Worry dorm'chanle anything : M. Eanes. District Managerfor Suppose. I could Suwannee Hospital but we Monday and Tuesday
: County spent
t First of aU he has a God San Antonio Tex., are visiting his
but us. It makes us more holds the whole world In Ills : the Social Security Administration get my: social security, but havent are very: glad he Is home again parents Rev, and Mrs. Marvin with his parents Mr. and Mr*.
oorn. fretful and harder to live with. 'hands Surely the Ood who created I at Valdosta. Eanes Invites applied for it because I am still and while he was not really able Odom. here and Mr*. Odom' relative L. P. Fortiwr.
upsets our well being and many readers to mall \their questions to working. Would this keep me from he filled hit appointment at the U.
arty the universe la big enough to In Lake City
times results In Illness and hoe him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, getting the benefit of any change Mtkesvtlle Advent Christian
thf'r, plUllzation. Why add to the prob. control aU things and yet not so Oa. Please do not mall your inquiries that might be made? Church Sunday. Mr and Mr*. C, C. Hemphlll Famed silversmith Paul Revere
r lera by making ourselves a part of "big" as to be unmindful of His to this ) But would bea and Mr. and Mr. Martin Beach made the copper boilers for Robert
paper ANSWER: No. It The children of the late Mr and
Remember the words of our
the problem own. and son Randy, of Gainesville! Fulton's" historic steamboat
ogre Lord Jesus "Look at the birds of QUESTION: How many quarters good Idea to sign up now If you Mrs W. M. Thomas held their
of Mr and Mr. Willie
Why worry: Worry Is worse does a young man just out 65 older, W. may be quite were guests the Ctermont
or annual
MDJene the air Consider the lilies of are reunion at Camp Blandlng Beach Sunday Sons, Wayne and __ ___ __ _
than the object of our worry. of college need to protect his later :
the field ."? II anything out of busy on.QUESTION Sunday, Among thane attending
who had been their
Scott visiting
Whether about family would at Hatch Rend and her parent
the we worry: an ap the control of the Ood Who placedthe : How much from hen were Mrs. Dan Mines
pointment with the dentist or the innumerable stars In their orbit ANSWER: The least he would you say social security Is worth to Mrs. L. J. Cannon. Mrs M. M. grandparents returned home with Rev. and Mr. Marvin Odom and
surgeon, the drought or the flood and at the same time numbers ever need for survivor payments a man 40 yean old with a wife and Tidwell. and W. H. TIdwell and them. other relative her,
travel on the highways, death or I the hairs of our heads and would be six quarters (14 :yearsi I I four children ages t, 9. 5. and 1? I daughter Lena Pearl and others. Mr. and Mr. James Hurst and Rev, F. E.: Day will 1M her Sun
lS any other thing worry Is always knows each sparrow that falls I of work In the last three years of have paid the Umlt sine IBM. Mr, and Mrs. Hot Spooner and children of Ouam are spending day Com and worship with us.
than the actual of his life. For" their vacation visiting his relatives Visitors always welcome
worse object disability regardless ANSWER: In term. of disability -
like the words of that hymn: daughter finger, of Jacksonville I
our worry. of the workers age, there 1s a re- or survivor protection. It wouldbe
0 thou. In all Thy might so far, visited here part of last week on
8u Thomas Carlyle built a soundproof In all Thy love so near qulrement of five years work worth more than fifty thousand their vacation.
don apartment in his house in Beyond the range of sun and I credit under social security In the : dollars. If you died now your John Swells of Cocoa U visiting
UteTo London to keep out the noise of star. ten years ending with the date the family could get over 13.000 a year Mr. and Mrs. Willie Death a few
the street. But it didn't keep out And yet beside us here." I disabling condition started for 15 years and more than 12.200 weeks.
ItU'nOl'f the noise of a neighbors cock that Why 11'01'1'7' The Christian I QUESTION: It I become too, a year for the next two ,nr.. If Mr. and Mrs. Hurst of Live Oak James B. Daniels
crowed during the night. When knows that he owns nothing. AU disabled to work, how much would you become disabled, you and your were guests of Mr. and Mrs Willie
dI. things belong to Ood. Including my: family get each month family could get over $1.000: a year Odom Sunday
veruk. I oursrlves. lie owns us by: right of ANSWER: This would depend until your youngest child reached O. D. Kearh and W H. Tldwell
creation and redemption. Even on your average earnings and the I age 11. Your own monthly I payment were buslnen visitors In Atlanta, Funeral HomesLIVE
size of your family If you have would be $127 a month as
Bonded our children are not our own. We Oa., part of Thursday and Frld.,.
leek are merely given the privilege of enough wort credit and are long as you stayed disabled. Roger Clark and Miss Brenda
Inns helping rear them for God If we abled enough to get monthly dls.1 QUESTION: I am over OS and Terry of Jacksonville were guestsof OAK and DRANFORD
and House Mover have been good stewards with our menu you and your family still working I hear that everybody Mr. and Mrs. L C. Terry Sunday -

lin.P'SU. selves, our children, and all \that I over 85 has to sign up for Now have two radio-dispatched
has been placed into our hands fora the promts that Christ has over* social security Is this true? OM 1/c Leyon Reach and Hilly oxygen.
Herman Herring little while \then there Is no need come the world. Its only worldly I ANSWER: Not exactly, nut, you IVach. UK N.. both on the U.SS. equipped ambulances on call twenty-

CROSS CITY, FLORIDA for us to worry: about the outcome. things which cause us to worry In have nothing to lose by signing up. Monley were guests of Mr and four hours each day in both Live Oak
The Christian can discharge his the first place And If Christ has I And. If the changes In the program Mrs. O. D. beach last week whenon
responsibility and then let God do overcome these things \there ls no now being considered become land they are stationed In and Branford.
Phone 498.3725 the "worrying", Why do Ood's longer any need for us to worry law you will\ have to be sign I Charleston 8. C.
worrying :for Him I about them. Hear His words as He ed up before any of them will' be Mr and Mrs. Jack Kennedyand

Why worry? The Christian hasIT'S says to us "In the world you ytll\ of any: value to you 11l11ldf'la'.1 daughter. Jan and flail visited CALL DAY OR NIGHT_
have trouble But courage! The You can save time by his mother, Mr. K. A. Kennedy
victory U mine: I have conqueredthe fore the rush begins. I and other relatives In LIVE OAK DRANFORD
world. QUESTION: DIIH everyone 65 Statesboro O* last week end.
HERE Why worry? The Christian can and over need a social security ac Mra. Laurie Terry: and daughter, 362. 3333 935-4100
affirm Nth the Apostle Paul. "We count number Linda and Mrs. W 11. Tldwell
know \that to those who love find ANSWER; Yes -- and If you dims I and daughter, Lena Pearl, were J. D. DANIELS JR. L.F.D.
who arc called according to His have your we suggest you apply business visitor In Jacksonville ,
plan. everything that happens fits I for on right now Your loral po tI Monday,
1 I.office has the application to um .., .
Into a pattern for good. Or as another I -- --- -- -- --- '--' 1 1Says
baa put Into poetry: and will tell you where to send It i
'I "With peaceful mind thy race for your' number
of duty run: SPECIAL NOTE' :: Will the lady 1
God nothing does, or suffer to who wrote In and asked about reporting
be done. farm Income and drawingsocial
But what thou would' thyself, security checks In 1906
If thou could'st are pleas meet our representative at
Through all events of things Live Oak any Wednesday momIng. '
as well as UK. W. art unable' to answer alt
"In the face *f an this what I Is 'of your question In this column.Itriiirmhrr Happy Father's Day"
r there left to say? If Ood U for us a e
who can be against us?" Why
worry when we know that Oat "l.rn"lIn
holds the whole world In Ills 1121, wnen Miami Beach SEE THESE SMART
hands, that an things belong to had or. drag store and CIne .erVic .
Ood. that Christ ha* overcame our IUU.-H. both elated because SUMMER STYLES AT ,
reason for worry and \that *TVERYTHINO Of the lark of bustnM It was this
happen for good to year the Miami Reach Chamberof
those who love Ocd You do love Commerce was' organised to
s Ood. don\ you? If not. dons promote the small communityffewrw
I e'n worry a minute longer Love Him e 1
now j ".., lUhvrtMiMi Neal I I
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Wont Offenders Funeral Services I Junior Deputies At Marineland Goodwill Industries Has I

I Thirsty Animals Killing Nation's Held Monday For from Thanks letter Goodwill was For Industries received BranfordA thanking recently I I Imlar ,

Largest Cactus For Water Supply Charles Mottc support.the people of Branford for their I

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During the first quarter of 19SS. :
Washington The Nation' During long dry spells, the plant Funeral services for Charles I
the people of Branford placed 26 ,
largest cactus Is vanishing from shrinks as It uses up its water Bud Motte, veteran of the Span- '
bags filled with usable and repaIr-
parts of Its Arizona range and I supply. When rain comes again ish-American War and resident of tt able clothes and small household
botonlsts believe the often despised the stem swells like an accordion. Wellborn for the past nine years, I appliances In the box located in
coyote might help save It. Through its huge mat of roots were held Monday afternoon at Branford.The .
The saguaros stand like lonely: spreading out just under the desert 2:30: pm at the Wellborn Methodist :
letter pointed out these
sentinels overlooking; the desert surface, the plant may absorba Church with the pastor the of
meant days
the National Geographic says. ton of rainwater at one time. Rev. A. F. Koons assisted by the 1 many
employment for people who otherwise -
They are so spectacular and scientifically Sometimes the thirsty saguaro Rev. Louis Berry, officiating would not have had an opportunity :: @
Interesting that President drinks so much that it splits ope n. Motte died Saturday at the
to work and
Hoover created the Saguaro National It is the water supply, rather than Veterans Hospital in Lake City I Heartfelt thanks expressed aowhwJY RACE
Monument In 1933 for their! the plant Itself that primarily attracts following a lengthy Illness. He was were i DRIVERS HAVE
to the community for the 378 han METDEA171
protection. rodents. 87 years of age and was a nativeof *
dicapped employees of Goodwill W THE\ 500
Studies indicate that rodentsare The saguaro blossom is the Laurens, S. C.
the major enemy of young state flower of Arizona; the cactus Prior to his retirement some Industries. By BOB SCDTK
saguaros, according to the Na- grows in no other state but years ago, the deceased was an .''I v y FIFTEEN racing car driven
tional Park Service. In one test at California, Each spring buds appear oil milling superintendent at Savannah f rl. Vacation Bible School) have been killed In the Indiana-
the Monument 1.600 plants were In crowded clusters at the da. lie was a member of Live Oaks junior Deputies vinited Florida's Marineland new polls 500 in the actual to races and
18 have aped their
set out on the desert; within two tip of each arm. The waxy white the Wellborn Methodist Church. St. Augustine last Saturday, chaperoned b., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Commencement Is Held In the practices for, a total deaths of
all but 30 were dead. Ground blossoms bloom for a night onlyl Survivors Include the widow Vacation Bible School
years commencement -
J. Phillips Jr. and Jim Shields. The boys also visited the Old FortRlpley'a 31. If the spectator: at the
wood rats, rabbits and closing by forenoon. Mrs. Lucille McDaniel Motto
squirrels services were held races are Included In these
Believe It or Not Mum, and the Wax Museum at st.AUl'ultine grim
other rodents killed them. Wire Egg-shaped fruits mature In Wellborn; four daughters, Mrs. Sunday night at the First Baptist statistic, the death toll at
cages placed around the plants June and July. On ripening, the Clara Eddelman Cicero Ill, and Church of Branford. During the Incy: stand at 58.
merely delayed death; the animals fruits split open, revealing Juicy Mrs. Mildred Roberts, Mrs. Edna week long school 78 students were Doe by Lag rwtura Syidlectt
tunneled under the wire to get atwater red pulp with tiny black seeds. Therrell, and Mrs. Catherine enrolled with an average dally attendance -
stored within them. Pima and Papago Indians still Smith all of Greenville, S. C.; Graveside Rites I Boatright Gets of 70. Hoysehold Hint
Park Service Botanist RobertM harvest the fruits. The plant was seven sons, Charlie L. Motte and At the commencement service
Linn recently suggested the so Important to the Papagos' eco- W. L. Motto both of Clinton S. C.. Held Here For each department presented a For a festive touch, put
cherries In
possibility of re-introducing pre- nomy that they designated saguaro Louis B. Motto Savannah Ga., College Degree short program on what they had maraschino your ice
dators, such as coyotes. But he harvest time as the start of the Woodrow Motte, Atlanta Ga., Francis learned during the week. cube tray before freezing cubes.

warned that ecologists would have year Clifford Motto Alma, Oa. and Mrs. DuChene of Mr and Marlyn Mrs. A,Boatrtght.W. Boatright son Following the services each department SAlirS SALLIES
to determine whether coyotes Ray E. Motte and Melvin C. of this had handwork and
county a graduate of
might harm- domestic farm animals Motte; both of Greenville, S. C.; a Graveside services were held Suwannee workbooks on display In the educational rf ts
High School
: In the area. Significantly Last Rites For sister Mrs Annie Bolan, Ft. My here Saturday afternoon June 12, from Valdosta State College, graduated witha building of the church. I
saguaros are reproducng much: ers; a brother, Ed Motto Greenville for Mrs. Maude Wynnette Du- Bachelor of Refreshments were served.
better at Organ Pipe Cactus Na S. C.; 29 grandchildren and Chene, 39-year-old beautician of Business Science degree In .
tional Monument, which has a: Gamble InfantFuneral 26 great grandchildren. Wllllston. who died suddenly June 6. Administration on June Brown To Represent i
sizable: predator population, thanIn Active pallbearers were Blake 9 at a Gainesville hospital.
the preserve set aside for the services were held at Lowe George Skinner, Jeff MeKelthen The Rev. Phillip Alligood. pastor Beta Boatright was a member of Phi Third Circuit Bar
larger species. the New Harmony Method! Dewey Deese, T. J. Getg- of the Mt. Zion Christian Lambda business club and TALLAHASSEE, June 12 -
Another problem is grazing by Church last Thursday, June 3, for er and Roger Oaylord. Church, officiated at the last rite. served as publicity director for the Clarence E. Brown. Lake City III
cattle. The young cacti aren't devoured Ron Clyde Gamble two year olson Honorary pallbearers were Murray Interment was in the Pine Level was group also during member his senior year. He lawyer, will begin a new two-year rt
a of Tau
but they perish when cat- of Mr. and Mrs. William F Williams Ben Oaylord, Bob Cemetery under direction of the Epsilon social Kappa term on the board of governors of I
tle eat the nurse plants that (Billy) Gamble The Infant died Brannon Sam Oodbold Barney James B. Daniels Funral Home. fraternityState The Florida Bar at the annual
shade them. here suddenly last Wednesday. Oouberly, P. B. Shaw, and Matt Mrs. DuChene was a native of bar convention In Miami Beach,
Though the saguaro (Corneglea The Rev T. E. Oasklns and the Elterer. this county and wig a divorcee. Taxes During on Saturday, June 19. Brown was
glgantea) may reach a height of &v, Dave Medelros officiated at Suwannee Funeral Home of Survivors include her father, Show recently re-elected without opposition
50 feet, It grows very slowly in its the last rites. Burial was in New Live Oak was in charge of arrangements Sam O. Agner, Bushnell: a daiiRh May Increase 1 to represent the lawyers of "If I were you and had all
early years. The plant needs a decade Harmony Cemetery with Suwan- ter, Mrs. Sandra W. Bolin MIami TALLAHASSEE Sales tax Columbia. Dixie, Hamilton La- your money Crutvllle, I'd
to reach the unimpressive nee Funeral Home in charge. ; a brother, Jake Agner, Palm collections In May based on April fayette, Madison, Suwannee, and tart making some girl
height of one Inch. Growth later Survivors In addition to the par- Harbor; and two sisters, Mr. business, totaled '123.377,439 according Taylor Counties happy-right now!"
speeds up, but a 30-year-old plant ents Include two brothers Donald< Three Local Teachers! Faith Fernald who lives In Cat to Ed Straughn. directorof Brown la a law graduate of Emory
may be no more than three or and Jesse Gamble, both of Live fornla and Mrs. Pete Duncan, the revenue commission. University, and has served on
four feet tall. A 79-year-old sapPllng Oak; the maternal grandparents. Study Health' Work who now reside sin Arizona. This Is an Increase of 13.254.- the Board of Governors since 1963.
measures perhaps 15 to 20 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Allen, McAlpln; Three Suwannee County teachers 138.21 over May a year ago or lie also served as a member of the
feet. Before dying at 200 years or and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Irene McCall, Mrs. Ber- Fund) Drive 1817 per cent. The fiscal year Florida State Board of Law Examiners HERE!
so. the Saguaro may have grown Mrs. J C. Gamble Live Oak nice Williams both of Live Oak, Loyalty collections July through May from 1948 to 1954. tue10R1
as tall as a four-story building and and Mrs. Jack Kennedy, O'Brien Hv U. Of Fla. Alumni) totaled 1239859,642 or 13.24 percent .
weigh 10 tons. will begin field study June 21 In The 1985 alumni loyalty fund over the $211.808.218 col
Weekend) Revival At Unlawful To Se,1IIt'l
health : lected during the same period last
The plant Is an engineering community resources.Their drive begun here In May by the I
marvel, especially adapted to Its Siiwuniioe Springs. study is a health project Buwannee' County University of year, alright to give your neigh-
blazing hot environment. It can There will be a week end revival In teacher education sponsored by Florida Alumni Club Is continuing Total collections from the S percent her a mew! of fish, but according
live three years without a drop of at the Suwannee Station the Suwannee County Health Department !- Ernest Sellers, fund chairman wholesale tax on sporting to the Game and Fresh Water 1
water. Like'other cacti, it has no Baptist Church, seven miles northof the State Board of said here this week goods. July through May. reached Fish Commission It's unlawful to ,
leaves, their function being assumed Live Oak on Highway 129 on Health, and the Department of The Suwannee County group 11438,483 for an Increase of 55.16 sell, offer for sale, barter, puff
by the tough, green stem June 25-27. Services will be held Education Purpose of the projects has awarded a $260 grant this per cent above the $814837 collected chase: or exchange any fresh water
covering. Spines provide appreciable each night beginning Friday nigh to permit teachers to learn by year to Jimmy Ellis, recent gradu In the same period a year game fish.
shade from the desert sun and ending with the Sunday nigh doing and also gain three hours ate of Suwannee High School. ago.
ana MM m oour..K. tiungry desert Ml'VLoe. credits. Sellers reported. Gasoline tax collections: for May of 828 per cent over the $12.536.,
animals. The Rev James Watson, pas For three weeks, the thrift teachers Sellers said the 123 format UP totaled $13.67493468 an Increase 880 84 for May, 1964
The stem is a cylindrical framework will work In -- ------ -.- ---
tor of the First Baptist Church at and observe students and associate alumni
of long vertical ribs fused at Mascotte wll be the evangelist. A work of the local county health members In the county are to be
the base. This skeleton supportsthe cordial Invitation to attend Is be- department. They are to learn and contacted in the drive for funds. 0t1RfECTEO
pulpy tissue that stores water I Ins extended. observe/ health and welfare resources Loyalty fund monies are used NEW LINE
!! available to teachers and to provide for academic nerds not
the community In a project designed covered by taxes, Sellers continue METAL HOG FEEDERS
to help with health problems ed and cover such projects as @MD
\ MODERN that arise In their teaching. dollars for scholars student loans
,i/ AERIAL Each teacher Is enrolled at the and clasp scholarships, such a. 16-llole 12-Iol 8-lloU 4-lloU

:university of her choice and the I, that granted Ellis. $88 $86.50 $62 $37 with
APPLICATIONSpraying local study Is part of the course I Zenith perfected
I each Is taking. (Office "upplk' at MrCrimon's)
Seeding Dusting Fertilizing ; HANDCRAFTED
chassis for greaterdependability

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SEAL) LJIIlaa R.dtordV.p.tl ."know, apouaat Chrl.tln.\ Drunk of I,. Florida, aialnal all poraona tlalmlnf' IM'" THE COURT OP THE COUNTY !
\\Baisdcn Serving By Clayton Oano?. low*, aid tf marriod, any Mint, rlfkl, till. or ......... la or JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY.
e' A. BV1K. JR. bar unknown *.*. V. Crumb. and lion upon tk. TEC Q 0 Chrlatln Drank of Clayton .11"..* I. duwannoa aunt IN RBI BMat. atOUTEH
P. O. ByN :Guar
f Iowa, ku.kaad and wlf.. .. : Klorlda.. towluIx.1. HART
As InstructorAt Lak. OHr lie norld.A nalattftls I Dram. and Ch...,.". 1:. Dramk, 0' 1. ,. I* and II. In Kloak I*. D.........
*r.r Clayton County, Iowa, kiwband and .It.. of Railroad Addition. I. Ia.. CIt, of Tn All Credittruss. d ......... Havlni
IN ANT STATE Walt.r .. ,Joroma of Clayton County. Lire 0.". riurlria. ,In tko KH of Ih.. Ct.,,,,. ar Dmanda A...".. Maid MaUMl
/ ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD Iowa, and If married, SIn vakaow KKH: of Sootlon. M. To....... tnolk You and .*".. DI 'Q" a*. h.'..r ....
OC SchoolCaptain -MOUR! FLAGS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR moon: W, K. J.rom. of ": Ra... II 11:.... fled. and roqulrvd. ,. pmml' any .'.1...
SUWANNEE COUNTY.. FLORIDA County. Florida. and If marrird. .* **. and yn art boraby roqulr4. <. Ills with and ........d. wbk-h. you, or .11... of '''''.
known at> *.. Mddlo Jwom*. of RrMCounty. IRA LRWla. 10* Wet HowardUtrool. atop kn>. ....In" Ih. ... of Oll..
Is IN CHANCERY. r..."*'....... and If nan...... Ll... II... riorlila.. la In* Com. HarV 4nNNd', lat. aald r .
Charles Balsden CULVER D JOHNSON County, t
and : *
kla unknown ._.*. Mull lens and d.t.*_ or athor .....dl".. .In said >ra. J": County Jnda-o of Suwann. Cousl
,?rvln. M an Instructor and Brig. DISPLAY IT ANNA JOHNSON n.1unw.a If ....n..... ... *k*.w* ."" ... AIIo.... ....11.... .* .. boforo '. Srd diy of Fiorina J at his offl*. 'In tko .**../ hou*,..
bea 4cr .. Horn*, and Dorotho. Horn.. tiunhandand July. lilt. and l* sores a rapy ikor* fDO at a1i County at Lira tick florid..
Of a Louie C. Wadsworth will PROUOtyANOSHOW wlfa. Rdmuad. Icon, and Rita La".. ,* rialnllfTa ,... AIRTH. URL- WIlMa .1, .
raontht .
and JAMUP O. OAUIN8 and .Ie sits .......... nod .wlf. Hry J. tko Glom of paid .. jal.nd.r from I"
guest speaker graduation c TRUE : plus and Court your can. I m. of the .I pukllntln. of Ihl.
.If marrtad, kla. unknown' Ida. tklt 15th of AD. ,
National Noah' all of8uwanno Car May. Kitnlalnl Two ropi'*. .f ark tam) .. I
participant at Florida's 0 AMERICANISM. OF DrBrlanla.NOTICE FORECLOSURE, SALE .ho. plateof naldoacs. an ....10...... 'h....* loitln
Guard Officer Candidate School NOTICE: IS HKRKhY OIVICN that Ih.Haralia4. RlT.r Railway. Coaipanyrorporvllon a ...hI. till or Intorvat In or Ion noon. the pi... of ...id.... and poet 0"". ....
lu Ika aaovo. dnrrlbod rlalnwd dr..
auraar af tk.
or sru..a. pntoorty .lalm.nl. and ih.ll ..
now in progress at Camp Standing L.sole: A. 8aaHW*. Clwkof Star KraPtr and TI..... Companyrnrporatnm a by you. H....* fall not or Ju.l,,,,.,,, will .. by Ik. claimant' hi. ....I. ., scow.
Balsden is an instructor in .IS.. Ctr, *,ll Oaurt of BuwannM CounIf. .Ita a..rr.*ora or .....,... ba ......... mina ,.S by ..,.,,1'. .y and aoMipanld by > fll"' foa attora of
rMorlda. will ass
TN.dcp. ta. Jinkday
Th. Powllni L_", W ItN tII.'I hand .
and Naval Clot.. my and Iha..l.1Ib.said ddbr anti anab
weapons and other military subjects of ,Jua*. 111, al 11 *>. .Vlork A.Mal .. Company. mrporatrn,. Ita BKOCOML Court at 11... II.". Huwann**. 1'...... OIN .h.1I M 0101..1.1". O, 4.saad" ail ..

during the two weeks course. i. LI..tk*Oak front Sus.anN dour of Ida Courlkmia, In ar .....,...: HowllnaLmk.r Compnny.a Ir./Lllorida. this th. 1t,1o day of May. SYLVIA V. HART
; 5 County FlorMa.offr .
FlAO SNOOlO BE rarponttlo.
VWtH HUNG Its 55r..ora trai Aa .
or admlnlalratrti of ,.. E:..
for sob
He divides his time between theenlor + and aall al public' *iilrrjI Standard Lumber Contpany, S/ LAVAttQIIV" A. MHMIONS' .,.
OIEANUNR511NKLED s oorpor .f OHvrr' H. .
class that will graduate VERTICALLY .Ik* klthMl and. bent klddvr for r.ihIk. lloa. Its ........... or t....,*..: tk* ad. Clark of tics Clnvll CourtRr ,., $ 4waad
AND 1571 TORN I UNION SHOULD followlni dMrlb4, rnnHy .Ih..,*.. *.?.. and PrlnrlMl. plats. of ....,... of '.ULl -
June 20 and the junior claw thatis RAG q PUT BE ON LEFT In SnsncCN Coontir, riorWa. to-wlt: all of whlrk. are unknown; : a, Lillian Redford CALL POM -
just beginning a year's study OUIUIMDRG of Svatlo' at T ik Tcwn.klp Nortk.t" I South rorn.r And the rprtl*. uaheowa a....oa. I.. Th. Hoard of Piiklt.. In.trurlfon.. S..
,awl' Run II E..I.: : and 5t"111W..l Can Bala-na. ..54rartoN of oarh. and RrGlURUUNDFR'- *.."".. ,:,.M*!*. rtorWa., will rVla
= ? Nnrtk .
to commission.Oen. ran .. of FICTITIOUS w
a ry Ik
leading ana
alnnc IK. forrcolnt >."' .. i.... en tho .... ....
Wadsworth will address Road No. .... teet.rlln..1 HIT. Mtal. puratlona. and the rop.rtl*. nak*... NAMK ACT. JOHN 4. WILSON! sod ...u.J'f, .....,... b>tw.ii lha- fram.
77 fl,
runlk us ..... .If ll.lr,. of HAZEL: J. WILSON HIS WIFE DOING HuwannM
ark and .. .
the graduating class today .*.. thntk 4MT W.*t Illlll af the ako. >. *.... natural an BUSINESS AS !MJWANNH AUTO """ .i'l"M'1 1 ltd ,... ri" NN'
lIMA lET WII f ItJNG ft ,. th* North .1......'-wav "". ant If lap of Ik. ...... pvnon PARTS IsChuni ." L" 11th. ""'M". "',,.
the << abut U.r.nd. kouM' k
Thursday) on customs of of Stat. Road No. II ,.... aukmlttH al Ih. ... .
n. aids .... NOTICE of ik
TN EFLAG ,MORIZONTAU11'tUJI ate .I. .. .. ...... ..
Kiutk. ..*..' WHI ak sail "' than tnlr" { p",.,."...". In ika Acrlr.lt.ral
service and the rewards of a Na- >n rlikl.fwaf __1.1... .. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
and It
flAG IS TUOI G ROUQ< UNION SIWlD lla* Illl '.*' i* ik. iMiInt af than ... d.a'd. 'h... ..""0.any. bllr.l Tan will .IOOM ,.". ........ thai Ik.n .. J"11'.1'. .'"..* ..." .PI" "!<... .. LI. Oak
tional Ouard career. The general SHRUB8EIIY R ON UFI of hoa-lBBlnc. pus iknr Nortk .low 01.. ... JOHN a l lots than ta .4 AM a*
,. oo. IIIINlNG *...*".. ''' nl_ Ira < .1. Jt"" WILSON and (I..*.... .
will retire next year with a record l"' u. Norlk t-lr w. Mill f.rl, rue lk.r. I..:, dmlnl.tralora, ..*eton. aaala-na HAUL ,. *1111111. ..".h.". anti wlf. aukmlll.d <*" 11 ha', MNs .h..loI ..
"5 (9QAw/J MMT W.., fOil fl ,. '. radices and arc.aia1Its and will I 1. whoh nNld anv.loooa and plalaL -
VPSA5 .nia
45osa N? a5 seem as rpr.aPlefuure andllor., M> otkw prC a
41 of service. WMI II. of tk. T'nJ1' l"4 Pram. ."
years NKH of sold ate. Nalldl.s.f
sob and null
** m.n-.mlt ku.lnoiabandlln
*'" ..
.1 I .
V. rue SINN Bovtk ., TuiILi ? *r .oriMirio.lh.I. bulMInt mal .ho ......... from ...
Fifty-five! young men will be I'll' W. .. ......10. ""* automokllo ....., aminlloa. r*''
** *
alont neW. Wont "... ., NR a. Sor.tlo Ind'i, lad all cutlass Lad and .,.... Itomt ol U.o link Plot. rrM: ala' webs toss
commissioned 2nd lieutenants T. Ill II ft I* ih. North aata151 and ....,.....,.. eu.as. bath Ida. In Iho 00,. oftSUWANNtB M .. bid.
at Impressive cere ".....1.n.. "... .f ", .,. II,..4 N... .1f N Ian Satins a. ..", : AUTO PARTS T". CNN _..... I5. ...h. 1. ...
Sunday an hoots Mutt Life Ululc'll'W1'ilt'N New I II. roe 'h...'. Mortk. ..-.' Cant ,,,,....... In sad.p,. ,pIL.. UI. ...... or LIVE OAK. fLORIDA INS any and all b1w5iand. .,

mony. Major Oeneral Henry W lot. said ..."......., Ii... hiss .lad. i.Kl '"...". C.ut folY.In. d. rrIM4 and IS.. ............. will fll. a r.UIralmn > .I
McMillan. Florida's Adjutant //are Regiitnttion Card Officer Arc Iittull il fl I. tk* plat of olBln, ('..* .. ,, HorM*. to.I of ..,.. ,........... ....* a* r*. H. M. 1el.wa. ........1.......,
talnl.... L. M. Cs..s ,
Fan. I.
men Cbalrmna
kwit .
or 10.10 .
Half aulrod by Calla rbirld'
of Joe A. Brtnson was Installed at (511M RNlkm 45
General and Commissioner Tat C.Uft&er Sara B. RawliIhU Mraaaal I* ,... Final Pwr.. .f f ses. Twst.alsa Slatul*.. loll
Agriculture Doyle Conner will be president of the Suwannce Valley .1..**.* *.....*. I lea .... _dlr I* Bald l ('*:" 15.. roHowlnrj!1111 Lw doatrlkod: AND. Itl. mid bual,.* la and by Ika .ndoraln -
week called alUlntlon U >* pwr. IN THE CIRCUIT
Trk"! whkh R lion Ikoroufi d and COURT IN AND
N'.1 aa a axparluonhlp 'h
Association at fc.alrmir.an
Life Underwriters a IoJJ'J't' ,
principal speakers. the "r UUon ..**.lrInr< regis rtalMlffB. 8l..... ANNA H>N It'-.iT.. w "" .....1......' _CIII|... *ar>**r own. an adlM4 en.- .I''I FOR'OA. SUWANNEE COUNTY PtOR. .
candidates ladles night Installation ceremony JAMES a OAKKINS ...... IN
The junior class of 128 Vk ""._.. .i..art.. iborom.Datod CHANCERY
ration f boats at her hi.. sit 15541 NO.
'It 165tab .f Msla .
held by the oragnliaUon last Fri SmilkwMi i ...,,.. *
in historyof UWtt
Is the largest the Dof.ndaala. NORTH FIDE:
rric* *n *r Wfore J.ne It. .I aN ...'loa ./ JOHN' I. WILSON SAYINGS CANE .
Live Oak Elks WITNESS: .r Spud anA |fir .......,.....
school. day June 11. at the ., ik offlfla'1 and pan ..... *- .... .. .... ./ HAUL i. WILSONIN
Mn. Rawls MM that -I '
any acid Caere 5551. '
ITll day 51.5 PLIsi1H' .
t .
... I.
There are no candidates from ballroom. Jack Harrison, vice ,.*.. U... band,4" a. ... Of Oil.. and fw,, ...
.. ( II
craft powfrH kr a .Uc '
Live Oak in either class president of Independent Life, was IAVAITC.HN' A. SRSRIONB ha and 4A/l/al1: aa..lbwa4hs hal55, THE COUNTY Junr.aVS COURT, JAMIe: RUn ."UIl"IIIT. J
or more horsepower was clas.l- n.... Clraall. lien, RUPIt "Ia
Churl wire
a .
the Installlnc officer. el IAr
.. sedla41Anuis .
"".. ..
Ccautp riorld
YM. by law aa. a pleasure boat IN NO11CIdOP
Installed were: (SEAL end 11/,1./1 a .
Other officers .Aals. UK Tk. It., .. af IUIf
and bad U be registered II, a/ IJIlUa. Redford tbe, m b. RUTH P, Nil II .R.: .....1.... knew* THE: TATS or nu5111A
Renrtlict Leon J OllL first vice president; a dluan.
Egg, County Judge Rffft Brown t.>*f>Btr I'Hirk and fonr hundred. M ebs, M RUTH S. NUHLR. Tot ,.... I..,.. tad Mar.art J Rap.
J. H. Blnkley. second vice president I tho......,.. It and uthlp.la' .... !>*<>**.Bd.N.Ik. h.. wlf.
Split and toast English muffins also kissed a reminder thai .hula.. ,.._ "'/U... Ol FlIMi FotHIo For II.."",****| Untoeo*
spread with Danish blue cheese bunting and fishing licensee ; J. D. Evans secretary.: and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH R N I...... and Pan... .Awt/e4 alb a ..I... .. penal DlMkara* 01 AdoUolaBmlorNolto. Nallla. Addr.*.i. 0.....' (1.11....., .
W. M. Harrell. treasurer THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND iwa analhaaandhs sop. .. krroky .I..*** thai I kar. I.., Al.' ,*,., llorMa'
with layer of cooked sale. at his .ffU FOR 11 &ft' U' ASS
and cover a art now .n SUWANNCE YOU
Claude Vice the organisation'! 10041" 1 .".1.. ,. ". till my final raiaraa a. Admlnlitratorf HrRKHY NDTIFIKII thai. I
shrimp or cooked crab meat Top rrrwnt permits U flab tapirs IDA IN CHANCERY. NOR .Intl and all.1 .... peal f ", .. Ik. Ratal, of Rub .. Nnkki. da.dl aall. baa ..... filed ...1... you In ...
... .
purl .
attending Hoa *r J. 00<<. fw ik. of ,In. *k*.. and .
retiring president. U MM *ad Tllrtyac UII lhal I bass flld mr Million fo* final4ia.karfa ***** yo* ar reavlred ** Ill.Ps .
each half with a poached egg. Jon St. national convention of life underwriters .... lt ., t. D. oils. ,... aad .. .Irln. Norab .. ,.. and that I will' :apply: : I. lhaHiHiorakl ...... with ,.. Slosh lit Ihll. 'sari
sprinkle with a few crumbs of Judge Brown and Mn. RawbsatinUd Vrl' rklllln. OdmM, kl* wlf.rialallff ., ..A1null. Sahl.1LrlteialANDplti No**. Mrw, Con a I y Juda* ..< t. carp ropy lkm upon. Ih. *
the this week at Ft. Lauder C''Cry I". Fitt Half II : af Suwanno C'_"'", Florida, o* tic. Ilk ,lalnl Iff ar lla .......... .......... H....
and melt under would I
adieu .
Danish tot
t1551IS.rp5 .
Blue now
ran fciw, Caamhm and Adam
for Ikaaama
day of hip I Ml appneal of Nasal tea
broiler. Serve piping hot. avoid lat minute rashKthfIinVc'amp dale. 0.* .. l>.. ...., M aU, I5 '....4111..., ai lit Pibra.pdr4. .. .M p and for final I' diarkara. a. Admin. Ihinal Rank .."'101''..., Ja..k.e*lllo S

NOTlCE"TOl.. .. .t ..... ....... I MA.. ." ......,.. .f Ik* It.,... .. Rulk t. Nails' :--il.:: 'Mite ika* July' II list if
> ..... .r ."...". 1'. pykl/l" ya an I.* d*. a Own* V.r Co*.
THR: STATE Ctr rUlRIIIA TOi, .11 I" anlp, 1b$4a1 I dN.d.'I W. C. AIRTHAtialabtrelar ***** sill!' *. alrd ....... you for tko
Hare Track Check 0. ... ....11... ., ......**. ""w51r. II.... Tn..h'Tw..' T.' 111, W.., ralkrf" ............ I* ... |.*.....*.." Tkl. .
!"I ..
I Florida sad If ........ his .*"*..* AMI ItXC'krT ", ir.! .aann a.' **.lt M I* ,._...* Marl.aa-*. Tk
fl fire Higher For G>iintie* ._"1 M J. II....... .. Saw***** sad .IK.r .11 ., the .,. --"_'__ __ pal uroixrly prord4 a.In.I Mi
count,. r.......*. sad If ...led. kla. '.. Sash Moltyy K.lfi.r.1. (1''' m or pads |IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP ft OK. Ul Niaa (l|, riNKMH>IS a auk.

TALLAHASSEE: State Comp MI 51t. 15W 1.1 I.at th.IM 101..10.5ph. IDA, TMIRO' JUDICIAL' I"IT'v .Ynr4.i/b.-' af Ik. South.
By MU.BUO. troller Hay E. Green said today Coos Dasnnp INW AND PO'sUWANN sal Norirwa.1 gur>
5t5 .. 14 at I', ......10. riORDA IN CHANCtHYW. "' ,., of SWll.* It, Tawaak... I _lh,

FISHING HINTS about some fresh water fish... checks for M.&OO were mailed to DO YOU HAVE AN North tall, .N"C'H a.4'..., W. AND and bla. wits H.a: 11 I.B.I, Suana Cmnly,
A at pot alal' I M IN. nfrio. of
each of the 67 counties as their /NI,1 of
Alcohol Problem? yi1tsn.r: .h: 5.albw..l \.II"\ Ik. Dhrrk'. of Ik. Clroull l..arl Mend
sha/e of the June race track tax T...rsit.. !1l.l a ISU. far Suwann** Vassal, FlorM..
BROWN TROUT.THaYteC FOUNDIN : ad. Awl) ; MACIKNNAM .. allss.dant. .I. T*..ikr wHk all
ururluroa and
fund distribution. We have In and/,1d' ....
LAKES,RIVERS AND STREAMS now Uve Oakan IJaI.. .<,.he. Imp..aa.I. BOW aad kreafi

AMP THEY'RE NIGHT FtlDlRS The Comptroller reported each AA Group ready to ... ... cad mi..in....and.ml..lo..nil..' of (no NOTICE TO DirEND ** aald, ..... and 11"._ .,......

50 FISH AFTER SUNDOWN.CATF1SM county has received total of or nndw ,.. "...."...., Oust-I.III. M, THE: STATS OP>> FLORIDA TOt *4. ,....*'*, ala. all now .,_.
help you. 15541 "* '". NODKRII MAI NNAN, R MAC Bto.tr*), water, and alkr. kniioaBiMkl .
.>>2.00 thus far this fiscal year ISR41! W .Ioabn.l g .V... IINNAM. J W. I.KMON: and HADRVP *.. rofrhi.rolln, ..""...
.M ..,.. ;
This Is a $33.400 Increase over WRITEP. 1151.DINDANTI. T_., .... MNriiETTE: If aid ..,.......,. are .,.......... (...lIlatl... rr.,.......
ll'loa-. and .If any ar nil of aald ...r.... and ...... "......, ....,- a.p.llaa.aa. .
the same period during the pre. O. Box 591 Vw. sad Nr5 t1R'ItT'NO.N .. ant or ...10"....'. ... ,,_... Ik. ..*. '".,. **. aa4 .........
he-ole llaow hairs dtl.oo. .nnl.... wbIob .-.
Woua fiscal ao1111,1S.4 a_ a Sara
.WAKMRI5II. WATERS year LIVE OAK br.sohl pan1w a silt M j't''"/ .Ian 5nn ....11... or .,...* aarlloa tlalmlo. by. := '' I* lo, or-J:: wnb

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vTOM Physician or Minister .S.l, (I''Inui b and$ .1 tho T51rd lads.. MM, ....,... or ,....,..., and all ,.,. Ah*. *o* 14 'al5q Rloilll. h.1
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County of the American flied" horNs MIA. : Mr kaad ao4. Iwa. snot ofIkl
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Cancer Society will meet Tuesday, -I IN (5.A. MA..pu. n.. MIS... ." ... af I tk. NWS of '' SWIai Ik.SWIt 1 Ird day of Jun*. A. I*. Iral. !

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... .. president aald this __. ..d se-s. ..r all Ik* dMrlbd lend.b., ---
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AND FAST WATUC.SMAiiMouTH aas.. N M/w.. pill >f la* NWU SWSi Its
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Fennell Serving On Kcnaf Indicates WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT Money Tree It

IIOMEMAKINC HIGHLIGHTS Coast Guard Cutter OF TilE Money may not literally grow
II USCOC SEBAOO (WPQ-42) As on trees, but the plant, and treesat
Possibility Suwannee Livestock MarketDemand Florida's Sunken
By (FHTNC) May 24 Seaman Apprentice Valley Gardens in
Ray R. Fennell USCO, Petersburg are valued In excess -
MISS IDA JO IIARRISOV of two million
dollars. The
Home Demonstration Agent son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O Fennellof Paper PuJpGAINESVILLE was good for all classesat $13.50-$1700 while canners movedat internationally known attraction
Route 5, Live Oak Is serving the weekly auction sales at the $1100-111.50.
started In
June has long: been designatedas pleat and the most dependable aboard the U. S Coast Guard Florida may Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- was 1904. Today there
Utility and low standard calves than
are more five
National Dairy Month. When formula for healthful living. A Cutter Sebago Which received an thousand
have a winner In Its pocket withkenaf. ket last Wednesday. Trading was went for $1500-$18.75 while one plants and flowers
la there a better time to stress good feature of the dairy famllty SOS May 17 from the Greek active for the 74 cattle and calves cull sold for $14.00. from representedthere
marvels of milk and all the is Its close ties with other good every country in the
the freighter SS Evangelos. The plant Is a new potential sold, compared to the 124 which world
products made from it than this and wholesome foods to eat. Some Sebago made contact with the paper-pulp product being grown moved the week before. Good feeder-stocker steers .
month when the life Is easy and members of the family can be freighter In heavy North Atlantic by researchers with Florida's Ag- went for $1500-$1875 while one
Slaughter cattle were near the
the wide outdoors beckons. It Is combined with main dishes such fog about 700 miles west of the ricultural Experiment Stations. cull sold for $14.00.
steady level on the limited supply First Tampa Visitor
the time when light simple refreshments as cheeseburgers macaroni and Axcres. The Evangelos was found The Idea of using kenaf for paper Good feeder-stocker steers
but calves were weak. All replace
can be made from milk cheese vegetables and desserts of drifting without power following Is not a new one In the past cleared at $2000-12200; high Panfilo de Narvaz Is the first
ment classes were too few in one
and other dairy foods. From the all types. And of course for a severe fire damage In the boiler it has been bred for its outer bark utility and standards moved at recorded visit of white man to sail
or both weeks to accurately test
dairy products you will find good beverage what can be better thana room. and bast fiber content. However, trends. cent $1600-$1885; while Inferiors sold into Tampa Bay which was In
price Fifty-five
eating, nourishments and plentyof glass of good cold milk. the paper Industry uses the entire of the animals offered cleared per to at $11.00fl2.00.A 1528.
needed energy which the The dairy family Is the best ty cheese sandwiches, arrange an plant. feeder-stocker accounts while few utility and low standard
products contain. The magnificentrange source for calcium and riboflavin. appealing platter of cold meatsor So now a new breeding program nearly forty cent of the total heifers brought $15.50-115.75. the previous week.
of dairy delicacies offer a The fat content of milk Is also raw vegetables and protein seems necessary If a new varietyis were calves. per Utility and low standard cows Mixed grades 180-210 lb. bar-
double bonus cooling refresh- high in vitamin A. These nutri- packed cheese; pour yourself and to be developed for use as a pa- went for $11.75-11350; one Inferior rows and gilts sold for $21.85.
ment as well as Important food ents have been found by nutritionists family members a big glass of refreshing per-pulp product One overfilled standard slaughter sold for $1150; a few utility Prices for other weights were;
values that give people of all ages as those to be weakest in and nutritious milk; dish According to Dr. O. B. Killing- steer went for $1875 while cow-calf pairs sold in a wide 210-240 Ibs.. $21.80; 240.270 IDS.
pep and vitality to enjoy the good family meals. What a simple thingIt up a scrumptious plate of Ice er experiment station agronomist, utility heifers sold for ,15.75-1 price range from $1200 to $1700. $2075; 160-180 Ibs.. $2035; 140-
things of summertime living. can be to make sure that the cream. several Southeastern paper-pulp $17.00 and cutters moved There were a few utility calves 160 Ibs., $1950; 120.140 libs.
Milk and dairy products makeup family has its calcium, riboflavin For other suggestions on the companies have taken samples of 60-14050.. weighing around 300 pounds that $1700; 100-120 Ibs.. $1675; 80-
one of the four food groups and vitamin A which Is needed. use of milk and dairy products, kenaf and show Interest in its Utility cows brought 14.25 sold for UU5-fllI.00. Calves 100 Ibs., $111.20.
that nutritionists and homemakers dailY. you can call our office. qualities as a substitute for wood $16.00. cutters sold for $13.00- weighing from 125-250 pounds Most sows 180-5001bs0 sold for
with families have found essential The returns In eating pleasureand pulp in their plants. I $14.75 and canners in this class sold as follows; standards, $17.25- U7.53-tl8.S5.
foods for fitness. The oth- cooking ease of dairy foods Is your family planning a sum- Kenaf is an annual plant and Cleared at $1100-$1250. $21.75; utility $00-$17.25; and Medium and good feeder pigs
er members of the big four include are worth mentioning too. For mer vacation. If your answer is therefore needs to be planted each Cutter and utility bulls brought inferior $1000-$1475. under 75 pounds brought $1875-
meats and all other) protein foods, farm weather meals and snacksit no because of work which the year. This brings up the question Hogs sold at the sale totaled 278 21.00 while good 75-110 Ib. animals -
fruits and vegetables breads and is simple to: whip up a refresh family will be Involved In or because of costs. Since annual planting Is this week as compared with 361 Cleared at $18.50-$21.25.

these cereals.foods A dairy selection with of) the all ing drink of together milk a and/or delightfulfruit ice of the expense of going on required much more expense is Unsold Bakery ...............................................................
balanced toss
r cream; a vacation why not think in termsof involved in seeding the crop.
proper amount of rest and regular and vegetable salad topped going on one anyway How? The researcher says because of Items Used To :
physical activity Is the sim with cottage cheese, toast hear- Let each member of the family this cost factor higher tonnage FORLEASE

plan something special to do for I rates per acre will be needed of
each day for one week. With the cellulose or pulpable material to Feed Animals
ALBUMOF recreation facilities, which are In compete successfully with wood
abundance in Suwannee County. I pulp. GAINESVILLE Ever wonder
there Is hardly a family who can- Apparently this is the cane. what happens to the bakery pro- OR
N i., a w not take advantage and plan to Yields Indicate that kenaf has the ducts left unsold on the local supermarket
\( DORISDAY'S have a change in environment for potential to produce five to eight counter? -
at least one day. The family outIng times as much pulp matter per You'll never guess. They're returned SALEBuilding
can be a picnic a fishing tripor acre as pine. and used in the prepara- :
a cook-out on the river or at Yarn and fabric have already tion of the product for animal and Property
j' one of the springs What could be been made from kenaf grown at feeding.
more fun I There Is much to gain the Everglades Station. During a According to L. R. Arlington, Now Occupied By
-. family members relax and are winter meeting of the International associate animal nutritionist with
72 Greatest-WH& I IJuO all ready to get back in the nor- Kenaf Conference in Palm Florida's Agricultural Experiment
mal routine of living by enjoying a I Beach attractive articles of clothIng Stations, the relatively high fat HOME HARDWARE
day away from home. And If your I made from the plant and content and low fiber places this
for permitting ut to make a FREE family Is working in tobacco what blended with synthetic fibers like new dried bakery product In the
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the springs. nematode and disease-resistant and blended into a mixture of uniform
If your family Is planning on I variety which would give a high nutrient composition. The Will Remodel, Enlarge, or Divide
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I Durable Wood Needs For Fence Florida Builds soclatlon have found with that news when in this construction countyI No. 3opposite

,,w OrEY LET H IMfTUp is underway business is good, side of the springs!
Posts That Stand Test Of Time Near 1 Billion BY HIMSELF people are usually happy and otru girl Pournelle to safety brought quickly and the Trenton
N NEEDS THE er building seems to follow natur- artificial
GAINESVILLE Frequently purchase good quality treated Rental EXE2CISE.i f r ally. respiration was not needed
PropertyAlmost His act is being reported
raw woodland owners anticipate posts having a guaranteed life- / 1VEGOTTb fIX ; Scout Council Boy
going Into their own woods, selecting span. a billion dollars has been THAT (?AILING Senator Houston W. Roberta advised Jacksonville. headquarters in
orals oR T 4ESe me this week: that he felt
size, costs should always be
trees of fence post expended for new rental accom- 1 The Live Oak
DAYS scuot has
there was little doubt but what a a Red
cutting them and fencing In their figured on a cost-per-year of service modatlons and restaurants 1 In ; Cross life saving certificate
vocational trade school would be and a
newly acquired acreage. Perhaps rather than on an initial cost Florida during the past five year. built at Live Oak. Boy Scout life saving merit badge

they dream, too, of a rustic ax- basis. Jensen says. the Florida State Chamber of When this comes about one of He served as a life guard at the
hewn rail fence surrounding the Commerce stated in Its Weekly the local swimming pool last
major needs of this area will year
of their country home. released .
front yard Business Review yester-
be solved for there has been and
Sometimes this dream Is realized SubscriptionsI day."This still is a dire need here for facili-
But more often than not the sum, actually $974.305 ties at which our young peoplecan No. 4County
hand- I DemocratListed 000, represents the total value of
home-grown fenceposts or I learn a trade or vocation that Agnt Paul Crews said
hewn fence rots away In a few building permits issued for new will permit them to better share the extension service would
short years because the wrong native below are new subscriptions I apartment houses, motels, hotels, piI In the growth and progress that a swine specialist to head employ the-
selected for the and subscriptions renewed to rooming houses and restaurants.
woods were is on Its way.It's station which it is planned will
Jensen assistant the Suwannee Democrat from It includes as well 59.852000 for
job, says Tony serve a number of North Florida
Florida Agricultural June 4 to June 11. alterations and additions to ex- have
farm forester. good to as much good counties In addition a herdsmanwill
Extension Service. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS istlng! structures but does not include and be employed, he
progressive news of community said, to handle -
of C. D. Williams, NewebrrySUBSCRIPTIONS the value of equipment,
314 species any
Florida has over events as has been true this records and supervise opera-
native trees. Yet only a few have furnishings or land. : week: tion of the station.
wood which Is naturally durablein Dr C. H. Harper, Folkston, Ga. "New apartment buildings accounted The facility to be operated here
J, W. Geiger, Miami of the
for 661134.000
contact with the soil or expos- adjoins the site of the diagnostic
elements. And then only O. Z. Jones, Branford total and provided for S.118 newstructures.
ed to the No.2 laboratory now under
LauderdaleMrs. .rNel:; nvai ewere construc-
O. J. Baker Ft.
these to durable. In
the Red heart cedar wood fat of pine and heart A. C. Geiger Branford motels with 699 permits for new Georgia: Tech Graduate community as a recreation area. be placed on Interstate 75 advertising Agriculture tion for the State Department of

L. C. Jackson\ ) Mayo the Stephen Poster Mineral -
valued at $77.560.000.
three durable woods buildings .
cypress are Information has been received
Soon to be completed improvements at White Springs and stated
used extensively for fence posts Harry Weaver, Rt., L. O. "Permits for 76 new hotels came are
that Nathan Hiram Saunders,
at the Postofflce that that authority to build audi-
Dept. of Public Welfare L. O. houses an
and rail fences In earlier days before to 41961000. Rooming Route 4, Live Oak:, graduated Sat- No.5
will provide and betttr torium at the memorial granted.
P. M. Smith, O'Brien accounted for $2,584.000 during I' more service was -
becameavA.tlll.bll I
pressure treated posts urday, June 12, from Georgia Tech In other action the legislature hour in an effort to complete the
!. They. lasted from 15-30 the period. with a BS degree in Aerospace En-
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"Restaurants totaled $131.214. provided 197.000 to provide for a phase the campaign for better
years gineering.' County officials have about forest fire control unit In Ltfty- schools.
Two Suwannee 000 which provided 2,382 new establishments -
The life of a durable native These figures are Diplomas were presented to 1300 completed occupation and organization cite County, he added. .
fence post depends on a numberof student at the graduation ceremony -
of new and expanded facili- Roberts and McDonald are
official from
things the size of the post Students Gain based on report In No. 6number
and the Florida Hotel and Restaurant ties at the county Courthouse. Tallahassse attending the re-
the amount of sapwood Commission and indicate the continual We Intend to present a seriesof apportionment special session of similar installations
soil moisture conditions. expansion and up-grading feature stories on the Court- called by Governor Haydon Bums I elsewhere will be superintendentof
live Aurora [No. 1facilities
our native oaks such as DegreesTwo house when kinks at the close
of tourist facilities In the state." and wrinklesare of the regular session local constriction.MATTRESS .
oak chestnut oak, and post oak at the hog cholera research straightened out and service
make good durable posts also. Suwannee County youths station by state and county returns to normal.
However the oaks are generally were members of the 1965 graduating agencies. This adds
Deadline For WildlifeMaterial another research This Is a fine facility and one THIS COUPON
very difficult to handle and hard class of Aurora College, Aurora facility to this communityand that indicates progressive thInkIng
to split especially live oak according 111. last week. It was the June 30 > with the diagnostic laboratory on the part of the county. WORTH $1.00AND
to the forester. 72nd annual commencement at The deadline for ordering wildlife being built and the experiment

The king of Florida's durable Aurora, which Is a fully\ accredited planting materials such as station now operating here will Come September or thereabouts UPHOLSTERY WORK
woods Is southern catalpa, a native Christian senior college of lib brown top millet and combine pea give three units
of North and West Florida. eral arts, founded and controlledby : will be June 30. according to Soil agriculture.devoted to improving one this decent county school can boast- the'of 'at facility least MATTRESSES RENOVATED ".............,...... $12,50 '

This tree was never plentiful. It the Advent Christian Church. Conservation Service Technician This too Is progress now under construction at Pine INNERSPRING MATTRESSES ..,................ $22.50 .

grows scattered among other Auburn Delano Hagin son of John Hampton. ; View. Regardless of whether or (PICK UP AND DELIVERY
hardwoods on rich hammock soils. Mrs W. A Hagin Sr., who is nowa These seeds are supplied by the Funds for Improvements at the not we face up to the need for ONLY)
Catalpa is practically all heart resident of Channahan, Ill., was State Game and Fresh Water Fish state park at Ellavllle and for a adequate schools in this county
wood even when quite small. It is awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree Commission at cost through Sol! low level dam on the Suwannee we can at least point with prideto TUCKER MATTRESS\ CO.
light splits well and is easy to as well as a degree in theol Conservation Districts to those are progressive measures and will that school.

handle. It holds a staple well. ogy farmers and others who are Inter- add to the attractiveness of this Thru better than 34 year as- ,I 1948 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida
Catalpa posts in perfect condition Hagin Is a 1956 graduate of ested In planting odd areas or entire -
after being In the ground over 30 Branford High School and was a fields for quail and dove. One-
years are common. star athlete while a student at the quarter acre plantings of either
I Other good durable native woods Branford school. brown top millet or combine pea
somewhat less durable than these Miss Martha Amelia Bass, Is usually enough to provide for .
listed above are wild cherry, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. one covey of quail through the

wild mulberry.A Bass III, Piedmont Street, Live late fall and winter, Hampton
few well-managed Florida Oak, won a Bachelor of Arts degree said. Normally not over one such -
woodlands still contain enough at Aurora. She was a 1959 planting for every twenty acres 1 II \
durable woods for the fence post graduate of Suwannee High recommended.No \\ / /
requirements of the land owner. School. fertilization is needed for the

Some land owners have planted combine pea according to Hampton J
fence post plots of red cedar or A commercial fish dealers II- but the brown top millet\ requires -

catalpa with fair success. However cense, in addition to regular fishing 300 to 400 pounds per acre 'i
most landowners requiring license Is needed to take non. of 8-8-8. S
large numbers of posts will\ come game fish by trot lines with more .

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(By Walter. Lee Olive) ,,
Suwannee County's watermelon market is in full

swing this week after a short delay caused by a countywide .
drought. Dry weather damaged the first melonsto
= __ .... set on the vines, causing a very light picking and most
On the trading machine Bird for slung melon a conveyor farmers. had to wait at least a full week.to begin harvest.A .
Hit carries the melon front the Main right tats the ear to the shortage of melon* producedIn --- ----- ---
packer, Democrat I Staff Photo) South Florida has kept the This year Howard and Arthur
price above last year's sales but Ward Eugene McCall, Aubrey I xP
melons Ward Thomas and LrRoy Hurst
the quality of being pickednow
Suuanncc Above State Cain la low.No Phil Townsend Jr. and many Other
County farmers used Irrigation on their
melons have been packed In melons. Although watermelonshave

Average In May 1965 Sales TaxSuwannee box can for shipment by railway long been termed a "gamble"by w, e4NY ,., r M ,u
this season, but farmers are using Suwannee County farmer as
v the piggyback service made available
County' tain in sales Lafayette were 12.UU1. by both the Seaboard and compared to other leading aiirl- Tw'. trailer .f melons await shipment through he plfiy.bsrk'' irrrlee. afforded by both the Atlantic .
tax collection for May 1983 over Madison wa one of the few Coastline. cultural trope Irrigation may bft Coast Line and Seaboard Railway, Mingle trailers of melons are' held at the loading ramp and I
the same month In 1944 was above counties In the state with a minus Last year, the Atlantic Coastline the means whereby they canagain i shipped tw. to each Hat ear, (Democrat Staff Photo
the state average but wag slightly record during the period. There and Seaboard Railway scheduled: become one of the "moneycrops" I
below the amount collected the 11e,27U5 wa collected during trailers for farmers and brokers, of this area
previous month of April. May ue5 as compared with $16.-! with the trailers picked up at the Many varieties of melons have and a few may have been sold. I Quern In the early 40s. This was a nonball could! be produced In
Collections her for Mar IMS 3S3.SS in May 1964 for a decreaseof railroad loaded and returned. been planted in the county since Tom Watson led the field until light melon with a green stripe greater quantity giving the firmer
for sales made in April reached A per cent. April 196S collections These In turn loaded on flat they were first used to supplementfarm the late 1930s. They were Urn almost round. Being dUriue-resU- more pound from Uw same
$130.473 for a gain of 193 perant there totalled $14.36049 and were shipped. Seaboard built Income in the early 1900 melons long and dark green' in tant but having a thin rind three acreage. CannonbalU were crowed'
of cars Among the most prominent varieties color Sine the market called for were popular for several yeas with a Black Lee to produce the
over May 1944 collection Columbia Taylor, and Hamilton a ramp near Mott Buick Co on US
but below the sum of are or were: Tom Watson only large melon they were The Dixie Queen and Stone Black Diamond or Texs Olant,,
15oS31.88. Counties all registered gains. Report 90 for this piggyback service andIt
1 131.077.80 collected here In April from these counties were: Is still available this year but Cuban Queen Dixie Quern, StoneMountain. I planted In row. 12 feet apart and i Mountain were tried In the early This was a longer heavier melon
nu.t Columbia I Cannonball I (Dlack Diamond spaced 10 to 12 feet In the drill; 40s also, but neither proved suit still dark green In color with a
I nun, May all trailers scheduled through the
Total In Florida from and Texas Giant were descendant pruned to only one melon to etch able to our soil and climate thick rind. These were followed by
collections IMS; ISJ.J3S n, May 1984; 5.5 percent Atlantic Coast Line must be picked I
of Cannonball). Oarrl- vine Through the seasons The Cannonball introducedIn the Garrison and
IJJJTT.- years as was Congo In the
sales tax In May were and
gain; $63.71131. I
f April up at High Springs as no ramp
43977 up 16.1 per cent over the IMS. ha been built In Live Oak son, Congo Charleston Dray grew drier and hotter farmers. In mid-40 and proved to bean early IPSOs.Tha .
collected Fairfax Blackstone Oarrlsontan. were forced to look fur a melon Ideal shipping melon having a Garrison was a long. light
120.1 J3.J03B8 a year ago Taylor $45.043. May 1963; When melons.,. loaded In
and Jubilee that could withstand the heat, thick rind and producing several! green melon with a dark green
but behind the 8JS.290.UJ79 paid $:$33.249.
May 1M4; 35 4 per cent box car for shipment they re
Into the state during April INS.Laf..tte gain; 134.244.35. Aplrl IMS. quired an even tier-count gradingto The Tom Watson was the first Some farmers tout half their crop to the vine, Farmers were still stripe As they required plenty of
County had one of Hamilton melon planted tor market In the of Tom Watson lu one afternoonas I planting In 10 and 12 foot rows water many were aon-.nded In
-- $7.15033. May size and Inspection for deform
for the county but early settlers produceda they were blistered by the sun. spacing the hill from eight to 10 dry weather and soon went aban-
the state's gain IMS $6.439
: 43. May 1M4; I 11 0 percent Ity and disease. With the piggy
Cob Jim ss a southern delicacy Next they turned to the Cuban feet With added fertiliser. Can (IN., I Continued 11ft rag III)
period. April IMS collections wen i)I gain; $3,15477. April 11115.I I back service. a tight pack Is the -. .---.. .- --- .. .--- --
tl.391.8l and those of May 1M4 Dade County as always was the I only requirement as freight rates
were luel09 for a gam of 433 I big producer with collections during are charged on tonnage,not grade.
per cent<< April IMS collection: : In I May 1963 of 4.138,13043 as Four-axle trailers have a capacity .
compared to the $4283.70643 for of 000-36.000 pounds, with
'I the year previous and a gain of five-axle Jobs ranging from 41.
13.1 per cent. Collections In Dade 000-43.000. pounds Join the hundreds of
If you wen born in during April 1963 were 8S.5S8.- Most farmers are wiling their

June of an oddnumbered S67M. melons to truckers and brokers,
Other counties in Florida producing with a few growing under con thousands of Floridians already
year, renew over the million dollar tract A few of the brokers buying
driven 1 teens. mark In sales tax and the amount here are drawers Marketing Service
collected In May IMS were: ; Paul A. WtUlng. Inc; B. M enjoying perfect indoor comfort
this month. Drowsed $3094.03814; Duvat. Jones Produce Co.: L. L. Barnett;
'1.970.&J181.: HUUboroufh. $!.- and Fiord Long.

Reece Brown 619.38943: Ptnellas $1,91631809; Crews are contracting the harvesting day of the thanks to
every year
thane $1.34065993; and Palm of melons her with some ,
Orach. fl.20S.7MU. farmers never laying a hand on
COUNTY JUDGE Out of state collections mad his crop ss they are picked, loaded safer cleaner :7"; '-
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Miss Hilt Shower I Catlctlc Scouts I Cadette Scout Troop. ,

f Honoree r__ ....... I Busy On Projects
ThursdayMiss !! Members of
Cadette Scout
Jean Hltt bride-elect of Troop have been busy with carious
June 25, was honored with a miscellaneous r--T--: scout activities in recent

WOMENCLARA shower Thursday evening months. During the sumtnre the
I at the Recreation Center given girl! will work on arts and crafts
by Miss Jeannette Hlrmson,. to be displayed at a bazaar plan
Miss Linda Avery and Mrs. Horace ned for thefall.In .
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Parsons. March local cadette scout
The guest book table was over- participated in a cadette scout
laid with a lace tablecloth and alone / fair In Jacksonville held at tr--
Miss llobrrls!! Shower Miss Allbritton side of the table was a white civic auditorium. Kathleen Hurt:

Honoree Monday NightMiss wedding candle The guest book and Nancy F.1 wards worked K t
Brenda Roberta bilde- was kept by Miss Connie Cannon the information desk in the morning -
The refreshment table had a and the troop had chars
of honored with a
elect July was
pink cloth which was overlaid witha a testing table in the afternoon
miscellaneous shower Friday eve-
lace cloth. At one end was a floral During April. IS members
ning. In the home of Mrs. Hugh at.
design of pink gladiolas and tended a neighborhood camp ,.t',,
In Sherwood Forest, with
Lewis .
white mums which had a miniature Mt O' eno State Park. While thm
Mrs. Dean Lewis and Mrs. Wendell
co-hostesses. bride and groom in the arrangement the troop won second place tOI,
lewis as In the center of the its skit on the 10 laws of scoutn
The dining room table was centered -
table was a white and pink sheet Barbara
of 4 In the skit. Lord was th"
.with daisies.an arrangement I cake with "Jean and Tommy" inscribed narrator Kitty Nobles protrayedthe
shasta In pink. On either end of
ideal scout and Melissa' Rogers

The serving table was the cake were pink candles In silver 4i
played the part of the
with a gold cloth overlaid with a I candelholders. Cut crystal teen-ager.
lace cloth the color was continuedin
dishes used to
were serve the local
I The group won first placewith
arrangement of double day-
an mints and nuts. Cokes potato Its table
i arrangement made
lilies gracing the table. Party chips and dip cookies and cake
from materials gathered at th"
Russian tea cakes
sandwiches were served to the guests.Miss ML1a9
Frltos nut cookies and other camp.
Edna Creech and Miss F.v
the table Work on first aid to animal
party foods were on
telle Hlngson won prizes for the 1 has been
badges going on during
and served with the punch. __ (
Prizes were won by Mrs. Lex games that were played. r -..- the spring by the patrol headed
Suggs and Among those present were thebrideelect's :'oy Johnny Lee Porter Dr. R L
Mrs. Sport
Roberts i
mother, Mrs. Vernon -
Brinkman has been
Mrs Mark Fletcher.On front left to right Terry Former Barbara Lord. Becky guiding the
Hltt and the groom-elect's moth. Cadette Scouts pictured above are row !
silver service, Mr, and Mrs. W II. Allbrittonof work and study of this patrol.
display was a er. Mrs. W. C. Lashley. Edwards Jenny; Ron, Bonnie McLesn. and Stanley lIo kln.. Second row left to right are Mrs Julian The patrol of Jenny
a surprise gift to the bride-elect thin city announces the roar gavea
The hostesses presented the Edwards, Johnnie Lee Porter. Patricia Poole Meliiia RoreSaU, Brown, and Kitty Nobles. Third puppet show for first graders
from her parents. flare of their daughter Daisy
presented the honoree with an electric combination row left to right shows Candy Bass (senior scoot from Lake City wh. ban. assisted. the troop) Diane at Nettle Balsden School recently
Unls to Randell Berry Bran-
honoree with a sterling compote. can opener mixer and knife Nix Nancy Edwards, Lee William, and Marilyn Saundera." and It is now working to complete
nan, ion of Mr. and Mrs Ileber sharpener. She wag also presenteda
Out of town guests were Mrs requirements for puppeteer badges -
B. Brannan also of this city pink corsage by the hostesses

Dix Norman Mrs.Sanchez Sport Suggs Mrs.and Wallace Mrs Mri. Brannan graduated from Miss Estelle Hlngson, and Miss WSCS Held General I Engaged Pair Dinner Honorees I Two three-day camp outs at the

Cecil Roberts of Branford and Suwannee Illih School with the Sybil serving Avery, assisted the hostessesin Meeting Monday Mr. and Mrs. Dave McNelll entertained piece. Winston Rogers farm were held

Mrs. Mark Fletcher from Bell. clan of 1965.Mr. meeting of the with a buffet dinner The couple received china In during the spring and one trip was'
Around twenty-five were present Brannon graduated with WSCS The general of the )First Methodist Saturday evening June S, at sev- their chosen pattern. : made to Hart Springs, where troop

the claw of 1962 from Suwannee (Piano (I'npih Church was held at the church en o'clock honoring Miss Tina Those attending were Mr. and members earned swimming badges m3mnelle. i t
High and has just completed Monday with a luncheon at noon. Fletcher and BUI Slaughter Mrs Donny McCalllster. Miss under direction of Bubba Pour-
Miss Dennis Feted six months of National Guard (Present RecitalOn Circle Four was hostess for the Shasta daisies and spring flowers Bobbl Davis. Bobby Fletcher. Miss 7 ?

Training at Fort Jackson S.C. Friday evening, June 10, the luncheon. were used In the living room. Sinka Koff George Drmp ey. I
With A Luncheon The wedding was performedat Suwannee Band Room was the Following the luncheon the Two tables In the dining room Sammy Perry, Miss Hilda Jones of Use JumperalN.

Miss Elaine Dennis July bride- Statenvllle Ga., on November setting for the piano recital of the group adjourned to the sanctuaryfor were covered with pink linen Branford. Branch Kennon. Miss Jump Into jumperalls) when you
elect, was guest of honor at a 28, 1964. pupils of Mrs. Perry Holmes a program led by Mrs. V. J. cloths. Each table held arrangements Marsha Mould of Jacksonville tackle the garden chores. Most
luncheon Saturday at the Red Floor baskets of white gladioli Smuts assisted by Mrs. T. J, Ken- of white chrysanthemums Boyd Coarsey of Jacksonville Miss are knee length. Some have tailored
Barn Restaurant In Lake City Mr and Mrs. Brannan are and yellow chrysanthemums were non and Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr. pink carnations and baby's-breath Dorothy Lee Cannon and Reggie blouse tops. Most have zippered -
when Mrs. Mahone Rees and Mrs. making their home In Live Oak. used In decoration. I Mrs J. Marvin Phillips, pre.ldent In, footed silver compotes. Four McNelll. front closings: Although sold

Louie C. Wadsworth entertainedIn The program was as follows: of the WSCS presided over pairs of tiny crystal love birds with belts, the JumperalU can be
her honor Hart Reunion Prelude, "Holy Holy, Holy", Elliot the first business session for the complimented the floral center (Office) Snppltra at McClimon's) worn beltleas In semi-shift style
The luncheon table was centered Williams and Mrs. Holmes; "A new year.
with a design of Shasta daisies Held Sunday Trip On The Merry-Oo-Round", It was announced that during
j with Ivy trailing from either aide. The children of the late Thomas Patty Dale, MelanIe Cheney, and summer months the general meetings -
( Marking the seating places were T and Molly Lanier Hart helda Pam Crews; "Little Dutch Dance". will begin with a coffee at
nosegays of shasta daisies. reunion Sunday at the rural "The Old Mill Wheel") Pam Bul- 9:30 a.m. in place of the former
Ming Dennis received china In home of Mr and Mrs. Radford lock; "Bells Are Ringing". Patty luncheons.
her chosen pattern from the hos- Landen. Dale: "Waltz Of The Blue Fairy". Mrs. Phillips closed the meeting
tessei. Attending with their families Ann Griffin: "The Swan". Ann with a prayer.
Others present were Mrs. Brax- were Mrs. Mike Hlngson of Lutz. Griffin and Charlene SuHgs; "The .

ton Dennis mother of the honoree Mrs. Herman Nelson of Jacksonville Dirigible". Melanie Cheney; "Hoe Harrell]] I''anlilyReunion
Mrs. E. E. William Sr,, mother of Mrs Fred Barnes of Ft. Cake Shuffle", Pam Crews; new from DODGE
the groom-elect Mrs J D. Mar Walton Beach, and Mrs Colonel "Dream Waltz", Sue Townsend; Held!
tin. Mis Oayle Wynne. Miss Jill Landen. Mrs. Ooodley Hingion, "Old Black Joe". Doyle Law; The W. R. Harrell family reunion
McMullen Miss Rose Bass. Mrs. Mrs Olenn Cogdlll. and Dennis "The Roosters Serenade", James was held at the Suwannee
Donald Burch Mrs. E. N. Butler Hart all of Live Oak Unable to Allbritton.: "Marche Slav". Elliot River State Park Sunday, June 13
and Mrs. Frank Futch Sr, attend were Arthur Hart of Live Williams; "The Story Hour". Gail Attending were Mr and Mrs (tllE!
Oak, and Miss Adah Hart of Jacksonville Porter; "Water Ballet", Bonlta W R Harrell. W. R. Harrell Jr" I
(Renew Your Subscription Now) I Murrah; "Mount Vernon Bells". of this city; Mr. and Mrs Louie :
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Susan/ Allbritton: "Turkish Harrell of Penaacola; Mr and

I March", Susan Swing; "The Se Mrs. Melvin Welkauf and son, .r
FARM IUJREAIJ I\SI1KVl>rE COMPANIESLEON cret", Lee Williams; "Moon River" Wayne Oreen. of Jacksonville; Mr. _
Barbara Lord; "Turkey In and Mrs. Bill Greene of Jackson- _
The Straw", Barbara Lord and ville; Mr. and Mrs Eaford Harrell\)
J. GILL SR. Bonita Murrah; "Alley Cat". Far of this city; Mrs. Bertie James /w'F'f f .
rte hart: "Skater's Waltz", Farris and daughters Jenny and Cella, of : .
Service Agent Hart and Mrs. Holmes; "Clare de Tallahassee; Miss Alice James of ...... -- ", "" "'..: ,"" _.1'.....''R--""'...,..........--.........-:;..."
t LIFEAUTOFIREFARM Lune". Brenda Crews; "Char- Miami; Mr and Mrs. Charles : >
LIABILITY monte", Call Drawdy: "Argo- Luke and daughters. Oulnn and I '-- r'I

POLIO-HAIL nalse". Brenda Crews and Oall Sue of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. I _.' .".
Porter; "Madllrna", Charlene Jimmy Stephens and son Steele I .,. ,!EtiiTTmore -" 110 ,
Suggs; "Second Prelude", Janet of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. W. lr -
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Broughton; and the "Hungarian 11. Hall and sons. Tommy and
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Janet Broughton. Dutton Bonnell of this city f

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I' it; Here And There

VWOM I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. (Sonny) Baas State College Tallahassee, to rrj I II I

attended the graduation of their spend the summer with her par.
N daughter, Martha, from Aurora ents, Mr. and Mrs J. L. McMullen. \

College, Aurora. 111.. Monday evenIng Arriving home from FSU" this I I III
Juno 7. While there they were week end will be Mrs Rose Bass II
guests of Mr. and Mra. Roy Crewi. to spend the summer with her
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Mr. and Mr. Bass visited Chicago parents Mr. and Mrs Clayton
and other point of Interest and Base
returned home last week .
Mrs. Rushing Feted Training Day Held
Mlu Charlotte Wadsworth will Luncheon Given
With Luncheon For WSCS Officers return Friday from Florida State

Mrs M. R. Rushing wu the Leadership Training Day was College to upend a week with her For HriiloEIertMrs. :

honor at a luncheon given by held for new officers of the Wom- S parent, Mr. and Mrs Louie C. Kenneth Wood. Mrs. J. W
Mrs. Connie Wettsteln and Mrs an's Society of Christian Service Wadsworth. before going to Henderaonvllle Cooper Mrs. J. H Wheeler Mrs

B. W. Helvenston Jr, at the Hel- Monday at eleven o'clock at the N. C., where the will A. D Hicks and Mrs J. D. Martin
renston home on Helvenston First Methodist Church with Mrs. 4 be a councilor at Camp Ton-A. entertained with a shower lunch-

Street last Monday T. J. Kennon. former State Secretary Wandah. eon for Miss Elaine Dennis, bride-
Mrs. Rushing Is leaving soon to of Youth's Work as leader SWIMMER DEMONSTRATES WRIST FINS-Aalta Loniborough. Miss Jane Turnage of Atlanta elect of JulY Friday at the Nettle .1
make her home In Ames Iowa. assisted by Mrs. Aubrey Fowler. British Olympic swimming star glides through the water in Oa, Mrs Tom Turnage, and Mr. Burden' School
The luncheon table was centered The new officers are: President London .. she demonstrate a new swimming device-wrist Ann Odom of Jacksonville spent A pink and sliver motif was

with a blue and white arrangement Mrs J. Marvin Phillips; fin*-which. Increase the swunmar'i speed up to :23: per cent Sunday here. carried out In the decorations.The .

of gladioli and mums. Vice President Mrs. Aubrey Fowler Th. fins flap open and shut, similar to a bird's wings. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Townsend serving table was overlaid fiRST HAIR CUT Mother
Assisting In entertaining was : Recording Secretary. Mrs., Sr. Phil Townsend Jr. and Mr with an Imported linen cutwork cried, and dad didn't like tillId.a
Miss! Penny Wettl ln. Jack Whit.nd Treasurer, Mn. Paulks Hold Palinrn and Mrs Donald L. Townsend cloth over pink. Centering the
WillCclehrato but Nancy SwlU. IS.la
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Attending were Mrs. Robert Leslie Smith.Secretaries. were In Jacksonville Tuesday, to table was a silver bowl of pink
Tuttle Mrs. W. C. Alrth. Mrs. of lines of work are: Family Reunion Anniversary attend the funeral of Mrs. Ellsa. roses' flanked by silver candelabra, happy after gtttlng her
Nicky Tsacrio. Mrs. Harley Christian Social Relations. Mrs The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. beth Newton mother of W A. holding pink tapers. hair cut for the first time in
Brown. Mrs. L. O. Dudley Mrs. W. L Tedder; Program Material Paulk Jr.. on Fifth Street, was the Mr. and Mrs 5. S (Shelly) Newton. Mr. Newton Is a aon-ln- The gift table was overlaid with Wichita Kan. Her hair now

Wyman Harvard. Mrs. Claude Mrs. Olynn Duncan: MissionaryEducation. scene of the Paulk family reunion Palmer will celebrate their 60lh law of Mr. and Mrs Phil Townsend a pink linen cloth and centered Is 40( inches shorter. Nancy

Vice. Mrs. E. J. Hopkins Mrs Mra. Rich Capell;: Sunday, June sixth. wedding anniversary Sunday Sr.John with a floral design' of shaded pink said It was jetting too hard

Ray White Mrs. H. E. Leech Mrs. Membership Cultivation Mra. G. Around sixty were in attendancefor June :ZO, with open house from 3 W. Shaft HI. ion of Mrs. rosM. to take car of.
Claude Hackney. Mrs Alfred T. B. Ross; Spiritual Life, Mra. Don the occasion and a bountiful Mary France Shuff. Is visiting Present with the honoree and
Alrth. Mrs. B. W. Helvenston HI. ald Burch; Campus Ministry. Mr* dinner was served at one o'clock to S o'clock pm. at their home, his cousin Qeorge Phillip Town- hostesses was the faculty of the The tobacco auction sales in
and Mrs. Dudley Bell houseguect Thomas Radford: Supply Work For the first time In nearly ten 724 SW Ontario Ave.. Live Oak send III. for the summer Nettle Balsden School. Live Oak start In mid-July and

of Mrs B. W. Helvenston III. Mrs. John Hampton; Local yean all of the children of Chas All friends and relative are In..Ited. Mlu Jill McMullen will return extend through the latter part of
Church Activities Mra. J. D. Con J. Psulk and Ida Lee Reed Paulk home this week end from Florida' (Renewi Y*.r fliibarriptlon! Now) August

HittLahleyWnl.lin dirt; Missionary Personnel Mrs mere together with their children --
T. J. Kennon; and Committee on I and grandchildren.
Plan Nominations. Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr. From Ocala were Mr, and Mrs. MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS
Mr and Mrs. V. L. Hltt an- President of the Wesleyan Service Reid Paulk and Jack Mr and

bounce the approaching marriage Guild 1s Mrs. L. A. Blackman. Mrs. Johnny Scott and children. JPPO "AlIiENITY
of their daughter Sandra Jean Butch Joel' Mllly Ann. and Lor

to Tommy Laihley. son of Mrs. W. rl Lee Mrs. James Hodges. Jimmy MONEY for your farm np 'ra-
C. Lashley and the late Mr. Lath- Announce MarriageMr. and Kim Hodges, and Mr. and lions at reasonable cat Terms

let on Friday June twenty-firth and Mrs. M. T Sam Anderson Mrs. Jack Barker and children,, I .1 to fit your need loans. up to
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at eight o'clock In the evening in announce the marriage of Deans Lenan. Kelly and Jeff; 0 FOR RENTFOR 7 years Call North Florida Pro
For Stle Real Estate
the PInt Baptist Church of LireOak. their daughter. Judle Ann. to I From Lady Lake was J. O. Church, duction Credit Awn. 8. Ohio
Ave.. Uve Oak TeL
Winston Ray Williams son of Mr From Frultland Park Miss Vere LITTLE ADS RENT Space for mobile I 382-3388.
fI ab &1
A reception' will be held In the and Mrs. Ray Williams on November line Kliptrick; from Orlando. Branch OfficeSUWANNEE homes. Plenty of room. Nice -
Educational Building of the 21. IBM. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott; from BIG RESULTS RIVER and clean. Good. well water.

church Immediately following the Mr and Mn. William will reside Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert REALTY Lake for fishing and swimming, VISIT! ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.

wedding. No \local Invitations are In Use Oak. Shores; from Jasper, Elwood BU1'-8I.1L-EXCII\SGE 401 Dowllng St. Morgan's Trailer Park, US 00 Machine, machlneles, and cold
being sent. All friends and relatives Bembry and J. L. Robinson; from Farm Bureau Bldg, West Live Oak Florida. Phone wave permanent" given. Operators .
are Invited to attend the The Pensaoola Floridan publlah Jacksonville. Rev and Mn. Walter Whatever the pur****, gee will Phone 382-1S24 313-3016. pcfdj 11-11 Annie If. Mills, Myr

wedding and reception.' ed as early u 1S23. Klnard. Mrs. Mona R. Bruce, find Democrat cUatUMs do WINSTON J. ROGER. Leslie FOR RENT ---3-bedroom-----house U.(111.., and Mary Drew
and Juanlta. Joe and Tommy the job. alckly and well BpeclalUing Farm ft' Acreage Boatrlght. Manicurist Ruby
S. Suwannee Ave Call PaulA.
Bruce; Major and Mrs. Dale Kel- Pala anti Trans.
at Annie's each Thurs
Macaroni In Byrd 363-13H9: or 343-1187.
and David Kel-
lam. and Sidney
SurprisesAs caj tf day Friday, and Saturday,
lam. from Ellsworth. A. F Bar. '
FOR SALE ISO acre farm miteof eaal tf '
I South Dakota: Mrs. Billy Robert. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Suwannee River' new I bed FOR RENT Room located
Partnerif Waco. Tei: Bet. and Mra. W A. 3 farm conveniently down town. Parab-*
bathroom house
Strawberry room. ,
.:" P>L f.....,.
Paulk and son. Bob of Columbus.Oa tobacco allotment. W M. Sulli ley House. Call : ANY TYPE

,; Mr and Mra. Harry Walker LOW RATE FOR RESULTS van. Rt. 4, Live Oak Fla. 3633136pdlj 2.' .
and Bkeeter and Jeff, from ..
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ILK Domorr IVi eenl per wore, with a pdJJ 1-5 E1fEMOIUAr ]
Manchester, Tenn. QUC EarnestPaulk. FOR RENT Rural horn and 3acre.
NOW It's the turn of Call- 1 Unlrnam ef f I.M.Att .
tbsp. juice
orange WORK
Charleston. 8. C.; Mr and .. Located on paved highway
fornla to send to market theluscious Flaked coconut Mn. E. J. Paulk Jr. and children ( claa ine .... be paid. .la FARM AND TIMBER LOANS eight miles northeast ol :

strawbeiTlea that grow Cook macaroni according' to Mary uI&n. Billy, Davis. CryUl *- ..,.....) AVAILABLE:: Live Oak T A. DHegal. 1631 DONK:
so well there. pkg. directions." Meanwhile fold For Information call or see;
Jean Melissa Ann. Linda Ctemaon Road, Jscksonvllle,
So lees enjoy a mixture of ONE WEEK FREE PAUL A. BYRD Granite Marble, Bronze
strawberryresist H e. orange juice. Jeans Eula heart. and Ida Bet, Florid. call) tf
and eat 'em up and UM mace and sugar Into whipped ClaaOfleeU ordered for five 406 B. Ohio Are -- -' .- Phone 362-3333
the fruit la recipe that make. cream." Add half of the cream all of this city. weeks n. the last wok fr*.. Live Oak. Florida A nice place In town for rent anda UVE OAKMONUMENT
a marriage between the strawberries .. mixture to cooked macaroni. lisa will Mr imr a 14 worda4wrtlemeat Phone 163-1 Jl> hoiue with small acreage for
and macaroni. Good,, tool tossing _u. Fartnrl+Suuute5R'rtliling for five week. tt sale, Call 551.2615 or tn.21U. CO.
i Line. large ('.. SawaM Demurs (larirkd. caJJ If Homer Sanford Rep.
MACARONI RTKAWBCBHY platter with one Aimoiiiirrnirnl I _.,
for Peeves ....1.. ---- -
SALAD large and 4 small lettuce cuIILArnJIIW FOR BALE: House and lol t: -
Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Fortner of FumUhvd garage apartment at I --- -
2 e. elbow macaroni (I os.) macaroni mixture la. 1330 N. E. Main Street Live Oak -- 110" t 160 on 8. Walker Av, 109 J:: Duval. On or two adults PHOTO COt/HtlNG IN OIL -
2 each medium grapefruit, large lettuce cup flU small lettuce announce the marriage of their For Sale.-Real E/tat J. O. Cannon at Cannon A flsrsce and utilities furnished, Charles A. Taylor, tit. 4. Bon
ectloned and medium cup with .trawMrrlH&lid daughter Mary Karon to Wit Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 343- Call Mra. Dan Chandler :3433404. .... Live Oak Fla. Phone 14 JJJ9J. -
baaaaas which have bmpriakled
orange. sectioned lard Summer *.on of Mr and Mn lily call If csJJ ft : call It
with tbsp. orange ._ _. _. ..
1 pint fresh strawberries Walter Sumner of McAlptn. on TnAILCR OWNERfl -- -- ---- ---- --
1 pkf. (I OK) crancheet lam.M January twenty-second INS. LOTS FOR BALE IIORNE REALTY CORP. Panama City Assets brick duple, ANNOUNCING .- The opening of
*, softened r r. remaining whipped Mr* Sumner graduated from OOOD TERMS. Priced\ $W BRANCH ornnc accommodate /. I4S week, IIS IX He's Child Care Center, Mar
% e. mayonnaise cream' dressing with islet Garnish Buwanne High School with the OUTSIDE: CITY (but tines Inc> 114 W. Howard ... week end. Phone 343-I44A 24th. ChlM care by the hour,

1 tbsp. milk with flaked coconut. Class of IMS.Mr PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor GEORGE B. DEES PdJJ 4-6 day, of week, 34 hour rube
Iceberg lettuce Serve .. Sumner attended Buwanne 404 a Ohio Av*. Anula15 seven dais a week Reasonable

Toasted almond MIXOVMACAKOM STRAWBERRY High School and U Stationed Live Oak Florida Phone) 362-1688 FOR SALE rate.. Motlwr It you are work
Cook macaroni' according Upkf. SALADS aboard the U8S Fulton at New Phone .2.IJI. 20 ACRES WOODLAND Ing. shopping or Just going to a
directions. combine. fruit (. elbow macaroni London. Conn. rtfADtrRTIUKMrNT party, call LMile at 141-2104 or
About 1/4 Mile Off Graded Road
Blend cream cheese ..*,.. 1 medium cantaloupe or The couple plan to make their FOR BALE: Used Tire and see at 1103 tin at. B W, Live
wales and snllk. Add drtMlaff Tub**. Bargains for can, Oak. pidd !.'
koneydew melon* home In New London In late August. I BEDROOM HOME .
trucks tractors. All Slav. avail
to macaroni mixture and toss ------ -
1 plat strawberries : MK BID4 Oood l location. 100' I 120' lot. able. Home like new Hundred
lightly.Servw. % *. Bgtt cream' and carport 110.400. IUtWIIU!! M U111'i1E' ('I!!In_
eel crisp lettuce and U .. mayonnaise,. Notice I* hereby given that the room to pick from. Barber's Berries.IBtatton.
Lamlrrt Circle down DONT tune CALL 08
f armlafe with touted almond 1 tap. salt Mm. FiRirr BAPTIST" aiuiiai or $1.600 OUrten. JI-IS1S.. Also. --

nil serve I and make* a H lap pepper EIoairtM Lat Week UVE: OAK. FLORIDA acting by 10 ACRES available through your neighborhood SINGERand
wonderful Ufbt hinclienai or SUB- and through Its undersigned service station from all ether make rebuilt her
Cook macaroni teter&ttf t*) The Ann Parham Circle. ef the II Acre In Cultivation *
per speclaL Trustee* win receive sealed bids Barber's Tire Bmlo, wholesale New and Used Machines
tJll. dlrecUoaa.' Cut melon ukalro First Baptist Church met Tuesday Five MUM To Town
until I 00 P.M. Tuesday, June J3, division. eaU If Ndb 011 Fart
XACAao STAWiIE1Y *. Rente seed and scoop June with Mra. Tom Landm Good Waterhol
nrrr SALAD sot pulp. Reserve. ahella. Out Mia. Settle Mae Robinson" pre- lots. for the purchase of the, real Nice Building Bite" FOR BALK New and used 734 Brown HI. Uv Oak Fla.Phon .

2 .. elbow BMcaroalH males pulp m small pUcee: aided over. th buatneM ..-ttnI.U. property hereinafter ,""Ibfd. 11,000 I/I Down ptsrww. Prior Musk Co. North 362-2744
.. oranf* Juice taeabiae with maearoal and ..* John CaaUeberry gave the fronting 171 ft. on Hamilton Ohio Ave. Live Oak. 343-3116
Mr C. G. Trade
toa dutt.Cbsnbiae W cleric. sheet In Uve Oak. Florida town *. Manager
}4 tip mace trawbttTtoa: lightly devotional and the inprayer. ISO ACREflNtM aJJ J If
1 tb*> eugtr rtmalalaf .."...' > Brick Home --_.. stet IfILen.
1 .. heavy cream' wkfpped eats: hat MU1 bl*. >d. Add The BAiatlon study book. "Go Lot 9 and J. Block M-A. In Three Bedroom Modern Bath I FOR BALI: Poulsn and I"IonMr

Lettuce cups U macaroni' mixture wad toeeBgttly (loot And Ten".* given by Mrs the City ef Uve Oak. Florida Tobacco ADobmnt Corn flees chain saw, part and service .. Tea. .Ssbuilee
to the plat preparedby Logging hooks clamp. Nay
1 plat fresh atrawberrie but Uormighly.BVrr Jimmy Dee according Good Location suppllM. ,
2 medium baaaaa, la ..... ...,.*. StrvM t th Ooorg O EhrenborgCo Oood Farm Land bow, bar, and chain. Repair'
on file In u. office of theTas for most small gasoline engine,,
aides salad. M Down
6 wlU %
an psilow, sliced a -
IBeeww Tewr S.....*.*.. Now* AMMMT of uwsnnee .-,- Tyre's Saw A Engine flnvtc, HELP WANTED
- County, Florid NICE I.BFDROOM HOME formerly KVetrl Itarvlce Co..

Bidder lD& elate. prire and *c- Modem Bath tot Ith M. Your small engine CURB MULT WANTED NOW

FIRST FEDERAL PAYS A osnpany each bid with a eerilfd Excellent Location headquarters. adj If Age 14 to 44. Apply In person
or cashier's check in an amount Borne ':-:- A *. W Drive In. JJ tf
of the 1700 Term FOR SALE An ..... ef 17.paullin "
not IM than 30%
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bid price. w.evidence of rood faith 3-BCDTtOOU MODERN HOME *. guaranteed not' la leak WANTED WaltTMM AppyTtajj]
DIVIDEND OtU Brown Motors alit U
Al and guarantee" that the suecMfttl *- Good Location Disk Orin. IfWArntEMIUI
CURRENT 4'/ bidder win oompty with the House Very Oood Condition Foil ItALEd Boa. ISO. new -- -

70 terms of the bid; such deposit win Modern Bath Sickle bar gutter, Winrww" rake, WANTED Mud.
PER ANNUM be returned promptly to sU unaurraeaful M.MO. Terms. eonvtyof and motor, and warm, be ever 31. Apply In person between
bidder Conveyance the hours ef f-13 .... al
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win tie made by Special Warranty FOR SALE: Holiday Inn lUsUurant. Lak
:3411 Wellborn. PIa paJJ IufrciAL
If your urine are now with Institutions. In other areas, coma by our Deed: aureeejiful bidder hnmcur M X 44 STORE BUILDTNO -.-- City, *ae) tf
office and gee how you can arrange to have them trantferrtd. And an oo U of eon,.,UIN and And I fkr. ,.. I Bath Rouse mien on roses. boibeT _. ,. -_- .
remember all savings account opened or additional funds added to nasalAatlon of UU. Central ,lest. Air Condition etc dhlta. yellow, ryeort. ruffled NATIONAL SALES: COMPANY _
existing account by the 20th earn dividends from the first. Diesel afl lnqulrto and address Airs Ill ft Highway lit glads aalvte and caJadlume.Fstlo MS U> 1104 earning weekly> full
an bed. to rte nnirr BAPTUTcmmcH Frontage' filets aty IUH. and inside UnU. Phone Ume. |M la |5S eamlnc week
or LIVE OAK. FLOR Contact 343-11. FflM BTORB. It par Ume. Win ton doIf i..a.worsen .

THERE IS AMPLE TIME TO TRANSFER IDA. % Charlie Webb. Pastor, JULIAN E. OtOM poll 5.9 and students, Manager
l I tin Oak. Florida. The proposed e-I -_ ._- --- -_ --- win train Write. Puller. Bruin.

YOUR SAVINGS WITHOUT LOSS .M of the property .... be ...- -. POE MALE ene"-"l truck 143 .Eo 41rd "..... OalM
haw b..4y, 14 ft. Via T
Bitted with each bid. FOR HALE 3.bdrns a wide 4* rill, FU. pdgj 1-7
'The Chwrth leaervn the right ftpprmtBMtety 4 years aid, air, ft. Web, for lH- Ion Inwk. -- -
ondttJonwl. Iat Can be fwd for hauling WANTED _
on earner produce Competent yardman.
to sleet any or an hide and to
.i1I: tot. Can M3-MT1. ftjjfl ). scions. ar UveHock. Co- Weeding adding pruning snowing -
lUllJf waive any foraMttUn domed toM
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insist Heaor IUetaa/ and
In VIe bed laurvsU. of the nL priori* raking Regular ono
Chisrtli. M3-334I .bb4l'4hOK ..._t,, Can 143-I4JJ: : M U

t s.I1.VSS & LOW flSMCIffflON/ ab Dated this 4U of June.IMS. -::"' .-
I'Ti: day 10m. Msw4/r. N 9f.ctitma'.t ffAUt |4 ft* piiwwjsf best WANTED I Udy& to wort tnkiterwn
!( _. and IM3 14 tlplft ClW. |M4 Can I and I cur* gut If m-
iMAe LIVE OAK FUUTT BAPTIST orcnciiOF 343-3444 ** *.. I. T, rowing at "' ....... apply In person. Fark-
Dishing Fart. paj I et's Drive In. Jasper Highway
81': /*/t.. .i* 9, DarTHMtr -- _-..--
305 East Howard Sc P. O. Bow 240 FOR TRADE fJH" SALK KKhl pak choreh taU tfALC1IMCN

TeUpho-c 3C2M03MgJtBUt UVE OAK. FLORIDA BT' tt/Chartt' r. HoffmanTraateo pews. 14 fe ei long. go4tlon sondi. : AND OMEN |uVnxKwHfsU
TWO noun near Dada aa,. aeaUBhlo Jrx M w.thob""b. sH
read ..... turn staa* Iyde..ssredsest Win t/... lor Ian4Ar and
rand farm
BT: /a/ Leon IT. McDonaldTrustee or dot ( Nigh) Boosts. new. product pan Ua. **
Savtaaw tern. ........
a* C.rpwwu.a Uee Oak. J. H. Dunes' rfartdo. % Bennett B.ttor. fun tlswt. two MtnmlMlon*

Serving The Hear Ot Tho Sow nn.o River Valley _, 5 ... M. I Bo* 14*. Dad CMr' Fl*. phOM 44-1|T4' or ...-.1211.U paid. Call M3-IN4 tnt Interview.
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LAFf.. A-DAY \'
Sells<< 580,641 Gallons Stale Received

Gasoline Sales In Florida During i'I. 316 Millions '

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May Near 200 Million GallonsGasoline Federal GrantsThe __. !$ I

sales in Florida during the month of May federal government "re- MARCH OF EVENTS _

1965 neared the 200 million gallon mark as dealers thru- turned" $316 million to Florida
last under the "grants-In- NO CHANCI TO SLOW UP CAPITOL Hill OOP
out the state reported sales totaling 193,927,638 gallonsfor year I
$13,515,712.00in aid" programs the Florida State JOHNSON LEGISLATION? NEAR THAT CONCLUSIONBy
the month. This gallonage
Chamber of Commerce reported
taxes for the state. HENRY CATHCART
In its Weekly Business Review released -
Under present law all tax paidon i I April 196J collections were $40.- yesterday. Central frets Washington! Writer

gasoline goes toward road construction I I 082.14. TTTASHINGTOX-Republicans on Capitol Hill have just about
in the state. Five of the Columbia and Taylor Countieswere "This cum was 25 per cent more VV given up any hope of slowing down Johnson administration i
than during the previous ,
seven cents go to the State Road the big sellers of gasoline in ; legislation this year. Instead, they're devoting nearly all
with IT increase
compared a cent -
1, per
Department for primary road con- nearby counties. Columbia sold nationally. These so-called of their efforts to strengthening; their ranks in the November,
struction. The remaining two 833,241 gallons during the month 1966 congressional elections.
cents is allocated and distributedto and Taylor had sales that reached d de grants-In-aid programs are not There are only 140 Republican members of the House oft
grants at all. They In fact,
the 67 counties of the state on a 916.894 gallons. are. "". "n '.."I Representatives. Their power Is so slight that
reimbursements of tax monies alreadY -
formula hat Includes factors oth- Taxes collected In Columbiawere the Democratic majority can do just about
er than population. $128,32687 in May 1965; paid Into the federal till by ; anything it wants. It calls legislative hearings

Sales in Suwannee County this 120763.02 in May 1964; and Floridians when It wishes and, on such matters as it desires -

year were only slightly ahead ofa $116.09089 in April 1965. Taylor "Such essentials as highways, is....,. ends them whenever it wants to;
year ago tax wise. Local stations collected $6U82.58 in May 19685; education public health and aids .I' brushes aside. Republican opposition and suggested
pumped 580,641 gallons dur- $73.08287 in May 1964; ahd 62. .... r.qq......... i.... ,I"A Y.4 4 1o..-.a "' I!. I to the unfortunate are covered. Ol I amendments and, in general, acts as

ing the month and collected $40- 559.21 in April 1965. last year's total $241,878.000 was though the Congress Is a one-party institution -
644.87 in gas taxes. Last year collections Other sales and collections in "He fell into the 1>un bowl". paid to state and local government .
were $40,436.27 and in the area were: agencies a 34 per cent Increase fIj What the Republicans are being: asked to
over 1963. Payment to Individual wallow are the bitter fruits of the 1964
News And Activities From Floridians and Cuban refugees .
presidential election. They're swallowing; -it,
totaled $73059.000, the all right, but they don't relish the taste.
18p SpkYOURHEALTHj' TilE RECREATION CENTERBy same as during 1963. Of this lat- Capitol Many political observers in Washington and
ter amount, refugees received $34 elsewhere are concerned about the situation

I. ROY SULLIVAX: Director million, a drop of 12 per cent from Xepub*!yearn even though they are not necessarily sympathetic -
1963. 1958in to the Republican cause.
In sonic Lodge playing
Only one game was played "A breakdown of the $318 mil- One key to their political betterment .liesThe
baseball at the Recreation Cen- Little League play Friday June lion total by principal categories the availability of money to conduct effective campaigns.
'Doctor I'd Like To KnwvMY Masonic Lodge ol 18, matches Suwannee Ford Trac-
; ter last week. follows. Highway construction House Republican leaders are looking ahead in this regard and
the Minor League won over Rob tor and Ratliff Motor Co in the grants totaled $93 million up 73 already have begun fund-raising: campaigns for the INS elect

teen-age son has fallen In when "they want to quit. Butdon.t erts Hardware 5-4 Thursday night first game and Western Auto with per cent. Schools and education teas Their hope is to raise enough money to conduct vigorous
out North Florida Telephone playingin
with all other games rained projects received $27 million for campaigns In 100 or more selected congressional districts that
with a group of marijuana bet on it and don't adopt
the' second Tuesday,
out nine men game
smokers, all boys of good fami- the "this, too, shall pass" attitude R. Sullivan 22 Ratliff Motor Co. and construction maintenance opera- now have Democratic representatives in Congress.
lies. I have been terribly upset ., For this, too, shall, and in the three inning tilt for Ma- June tion and lunches, up 14 per cent., While it Is quite early, they are encouraged They've already
1 sonic Lodge and collected two hits Western Auto play the first game Under various raised about $300,000, and claims that some of it comes from
since I found out. He and his can, pass straight on to permanent programs related to
and North Florida Telephone
J. Cameron belted a
the plate.
at Democrats.
friends are fast talkers and try drug addiction. public health hospital construc- thinking
Roberts Hardware and meets Suwannee Tractor in the C e e 1
triple for
to sell me the Idea that marijuana Parents must pursue this tion and research $22 million wag
Is not habit-forming and problem relentlessly with all the scored two of the four runs. nightcap.The paid in Florida a 17 per cent gain 1111 HAPPY IX HIS WORK-When Lyndon Johnson was u
that they can stop any time forces they can muster. Doctors In Minor League play June 17 opening game in both Assistance to the aged and the vice president, everybody in Washington knew that he was unhappy a\
Dodge Dart plays Roberts Hard- leagues lasts from 7':15-8::30 pm lack of constructive work he had to do. Thus,
about the
they want to. spiritual advisors and edu- blind totaled $57 million, up 11 per It
; .Mr. B. B. L., cators can be the buttresses ware first game and Masonic with the final game from 8:45- cent; to dependent children $20 when he became President he resolved to do two things in that ) Ii
California against this danger of mari Lodge meets Suwannee Valley Coop 10:00: p.m.Durlnr million, virtually the same as in regard-find someone who would enjoy the job, and give that _
Dear Mr L.: juana-a danger lurking actively in the nightcap. Monday night 1983. Individual stature and responsibility.

Watch out. The In your home. June 21, Dodge Dart playa Su the month of May the "Aids to agriculture and con- ,Johnson's selection of then Ben. Hubert It Humphrey raised
1 I. red light 1sj Where are the "boys" tonight wannee Valley Co-op first game Center hosted 17 school clan parties servation including research amounted some eyebrows because he was known In the Senate for his

I j glowing. T Under supervision? with Roberts Hardware knd Ma- three private parties parties to $10 million: disaster\ active mind and restless energy. However, things have worked
I Don't be Under guidance? out better than nearly everyone thought
I for cub and girl scouts and four payments related to hurricanes, $8
I "conned" by the The greatest gift of the security Madison. 458,133 gallons; $32- out-of-town school parties all fora million; unemployment compensation Hubert has been given meaningful work to Humphrey
lophlstlcatedDr. that adolescents need can do. Further, it is obvious from his manner that
06931 taxes in May 1965: $30.6 .- total of approximately 850 persons $8 million: and the National Really
Coleman friends I who are be given them by establishingtheir 3.56 collected in May 1964, and In attendance Guard $7 million. he has thrown himself wholeheartedly into his

;' playing with limits of activity. $32,928 in April 1965. This week tetherball and hop- "There are about 130 classifications work. fnj.yt Jab
dynamite. Discipline with understanding, Hamilton, 513,160 gallons sold; scotch highlight activities at the of these grants-ln-ald programs It remained for a Republican to sum It all up.
They may give you all the and educa- Humphrey was being interviewed on a radio show that Rep.
guidance May 1965 collections, $$35,021; tetherball tournament and Florida participated in
Center, with a
I pseudo scientific double talk. tion can convert the restless"pot" May 1964 collections, $20.00901; scheduled for 9-30: Fridaya.m. 108 of them. Not included In these Frank Horton R-NY. sends back to his district. After dU-
I that Is not an addictive matters of national and international concern,
marijuana smoker to a happy human cursing various
and April 1965 collections $31- tabulations federal
Next Friday, June 25, a hopscotch are government -
or habit-forming drug.This Horton remarked:
I' I one fact IS true. being. 967.60. tourney will\ be held.A expenditures in the state for "There's one thing that really sticks out all over you. andIt'
is not .
sold defense
Unfortunately yours Lafayette, 117,375 gallons ; contracts drainage proects. -
Marijuana or "Pot" smokers that really do enjoy being Vice President You're doing
an unusual or Isolated problem.You 8216.25 collected in May 1965; improvements to rivers and
I "
solidified -
are together would probably be amazed 8.32300 collected in May 1964: bubble blowing contest was harbors or the $700 million federal a great job.
their neurotic
by own to know how prevalent mari- and $8,66376 collected In April held at the Center last Friday with payroll paid to civilian and military -
I tendencies. Unfortunately, many juana smoking has become 965.. five winners named In the 5-8 age I personnel annually" II 'J'Ja
"sophisticates" soon graduate Supple sheers encrusted with en Wear'a Dally reports. There
among teenagers, and even pre- that had sales categories Kaye Usher won for the I I
from marijuana to cocaine, and velour are emerging as fall's most trend to glitter\ too from the II
teenagers, In some of the best girl sand James Brim for the boys
million dollars or moreIn
ducing a
then to heroin. of A used 8x4 billiard table has exciting fabric for evening. Worn. use of silver or clear polyester
public and private schools gasoline taxes during the month Laureen Rouse won the 9-and
And when they arrive at the been added to the game room fa-
America. and the gallons sold were: older girls' event with Dowry ---
end point of heroin, there is lilltles. The table was delivered
Parents must heed the warn- Dade 31,859,674 gallons, 2230. Pournelle taking top honors for
little or no hope for correction. I here from Albany. Oat by Inman
I Physicians psychiatrists and ing siren if their children are 177.18 taxes.Hlllsborough. the boys. The biggest bubble was Avery and Howland Feed Mill. Dem Skeeters Sho Gittin Bad.
at the to be channeled into healthy 17,076,683 gallons; produced by Roger Hackle
sociologists despair vague We make all Aluminum screen for all type win.
possibilities of rehabilitationwhen maturity. $1,195,367,81 taxes The Dark Horsemen will provide dows. We also have all Aluminum Screen doors,
the victims move from While D,. Coleman cannot Broward. 637.408 gallons; 1. Monday through Friday of last music for the dance at the also wood doors
Jlf to //. undertake to answer individual 2461856 taxes. week from 11:00 am. until noon Center Friday night screen
And they are all victims of ittert, he will ue tenders' Duval 14,346,906 gallons; $1- discussion and Introduction of Jades playing Saturday with the. We repair all types of aluminum acreens.
drug addiction that stems originally questions In his column whenever 04.28342 taxes. etiquette was held at the Center were 145 night.There CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE FOR
from the temptation and possible and when they At the bottom of the countiesIn Next week classes will be held In dance last Saturday person* at the SCREENS OR REPAIRS.
night. Both
curiosity to try marijuana. i art of general 'Merest. Address the state In both gallons and social graces; Including communication the Friday night and
Perhaps your son and his I your letters to D,.. Coleman in taxes Wall Liberty County with conversation correspondence dance will be held Saturdaynight from Langford Builders Supply

friends can stop "pot smoking" care of this newspaper ales of 114.0 gallons and a tax manners on the street and 00-11:00: : pm.

) 1905, King Feat IriS Syndicate lac) collected sum of $,983.92.. In public places. U. HflveniUo 8'". 8.E. none US-tm

Returns from the two cent to (Renew Year Subscription, New)
iuwannee and nearby counties as Children in the first grade this -. -.
C i listed In the report were: fall and all children under 13- .NU..IINNNNU.NU..1. '.q UUUU//1N55S15S NU NNU1 .

'Suwannee: total $28,65860; 80 years of age are eligible for swimming :
per> cent to 3RD for use in county classes I and n. Class I will I.s.U

V 11,00498; and 20 per cent toward be,held June 21-26 and Class II

"" ;-; of county commissioners for June 28-July 3. Registration Will
\ r use on county roads $2,751415. be held at the pool for each class
1 Columbia: $33.64641; 12920. on Monday, with Instruction from DuBose & Cox

truck for buck! 32: $3.23008. 9:00.11:00: : am., Monday, Tues :
more your Hamilton: $16.78248; $1.611- day Thursday. Friday, and Sat-

13: $6.44452 urday. Each 10-hour course. will
COUNTRY Lafayette: $17.56595; $8.74537; cost 80 ants but after the pool
TOWN $168834. Is open to the public all students Sale Continues At Strickland'sTobacco

MOTORS, INC. Taylor) $37,57926; $14.43054; may remain for no additional cost.
$3IIOU4. The for class III. beginning '
age group
U.S. 129 North Live Oak, FU. Dade County as the top pro- July 8. will be announced _. Barn And The Store

ducer of gasoline tax revenue in later.
the state also came in for a major
share with a total of $$324,223.40 tots In the arts and crafts at the
credit $124.502.71 from the 80 I Use Center this week youngsters
per cent division and n1.125.88 to, studied paper sculpture and braid. Mr. Strickland says we can stay awhile longer before tobacco tales
SPECIAL the county load fund. ing. The 5-9 year olds made flowers 1
Ollchrlst County had the lowest from paper while the nine and bean

in the state with a total ol up made lanyard and key chains

6. 11 $11.34475: a sum Of $435642: Next week, and continuing thru We still have several hundred of and Herculon
from the 80 per cent> division and June, clay modeling will be offend yard Nylon Carpet

11,08010 for the county road fund., to those Interested.A .
that must be old.

Church of the Nazarene

Thought For Today

7:30 EACH EVENING 8-Piece Cast Iron Cook Sets
By BRODT C IHRRIS .......................... $9.95

-* "He who neglects the present moment throws

+ away all he has." 9x12 Lino. Rugs, .in carton .................... only $3.95
r We emu: the threshold but once In this life
Ahl! but If only we can leave the door wide
and welcome with open arms ail we meet. Adjustable Bed Frames
True open time Is fleeting but fast as time may go, ................................ $6.95
't why not make every moment a moment of happiness
for not only ourselves but those around

us.time,Its so Boul-SatUfytnt.so simple a task and still\ at the same Slightly Damaged Dinette Chairs .................. $2.00 up

... Blessed be those who live, so let's give today

of and the every good day we and nt.end0 receive others.In return the reflection Odd Dishes 5c each Pictures 77c


REV. AND MRS. LEON G. COOK Suwanne County Resident

Evangelist Singer_ Musician; BRODY C. HARRIS Where Your Credit Is Altcays Good

I Rev. Leon O. Cook of Kentucky. U devoting full time to Licensed Funeral Director
the work of evangelism after fourteen years a* a successfulbastor
In Tennessee and Kentucky DuBose & CoxA

f singing.n Mr. Cook 1s a lifted singer, sings solo and leads the SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME

Prior to his ministry as pastor Mr. Cook served five yean
M Itinerant evangelist In the Church of the Naaarene. 625 3.; Ohio Awnu Good Place To Shop A Better Place To Buyt
Mrs. Cook wife of the evangelist\ U an alto singer, assist
Inn her husband In ducts and also playing LIVE OAK FLORIDA PHONE
I 7S2-1961
The Cooks attended Trevecca Nasarene College Nashville,

Tennessee They: are and well traveled known with. camp the college meeting Quane'M worker. PHONE 362-1234 812 N. MARION STREET LAKE CITY, FLORIDA

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Rev. Evans, Is I\\Eneafffnifnt Announced MLss:\ Hunt, Mr. Avery Exchange Nuptial VowsIn I''
News From Branford
Cluirrh Ceremony On June EleventhMiss

New Director Carol Janet Hunt, daughter Mrs. Hunt wore a pale blue
of Mr and Mra. Mack Hunt, whipped cream dress with white
By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH of Branford, and Gary Leon Averyof acceeeortea and a white corsage.
For Methodists Gainesville, ton of Mr. and MrsLeon Mrs. Avery: wore a white lined
I Avery of McAlpIn were united drew trimmed with blue embroidery -
'ear's Branford Berry Graduate At the 133rd Annual Florid In marriage on Friday. June and a whte corsage
Accomplishments Conference of Methodist Church. eleventh at eight o'clock in the Following the ceremony the parent .
es, Bishop James W. Heny I evening In the New Magnolia Baptist of the bride entertained witha
Area Men's Club Arc OutlinedLeon named the Rev Harry Evans u Church with the Rev N. L reception In the Youth Hall of
.1 director of the Suwannee-Sante I Martin officiating, the church
( D. Hatch, retiring presl- Recreation committee handledthe Fe OrouP Ministry The croup Palm fronds and greenery form Mrs. Elvoy! Hunt and Hiss Donna .
ent of the<< Branford Area Men'i transportation problem of the ministry is no named because it ed the background with baskets Gall Hunt cut and served the
ttb. outlined In detail at the lealS14etettng Branford football player* and also ; serves the people of the SuwanneeSante of white gladioli! and mums. cake. Mra. Freddie Moses and Mrs.
of the organisation acIforapllshments handled the sale of season football P. River area This lathe Casting a soft glow over the wedding Charles Thomas presided over the
< of the group due tickets. first time a director of the party were the cathedral punch bowl Mrs, Richard Mellet-
the past year. Had a :yearbook made up for group ministry ha been appointedby tapers In the branched candelabras te kept the bride's book
He said that several project- each of the members giving the the Florida Conference I The bride Is a graduate of Branford .
ere not completed including esibllshment history of the club, Its alms post I 1 Barbara Miller church and Mils! Gloria Davis played the High School and the groomgraduated
of a Branford news officers and accomplishments. community worker will assist In traditional wedding muMo and from Suwannee High
per, produce marketing for the Graham Owen had the responsibility the group ministry! MM! Miller Mrs Wilbur Hall sang "0 Promise School and Is employed with the
es. and securing a doctor foi of preparing the yearbookand was recently transferred from Me" and "I Love You Truly". postal service In Gainesville
anford. He predicted these Ward Fertilizer Company did t Branford to Lake City. Offices for Miss Vivian Hunt sister of the I Following a wedding trip to
uld be successfully culminated the typing and assembling. It was the group ministry will be established bride from New Smyrna Beach Nassau Mr. and Mrs. Avery: will
thin a short time. printed Jn memory of Leonard at the First Methodist was maid of honor, Miss Hall worea I reside In Gainesville.
( Hatch called attention to the Herndon deceased member of the Church In Lake CltJ.I Air, and Mrs Marvin M. Sand- Nile green drew of peau de sole m .
knowing club accomplishments: club.The I 1 Other minister serving In the IIn of Branford announce the with matching headpiece and car I \Valssnn.JnltitVetlthng
I Reception set up for Boy Scouts club worked with the Branford group ministry are: the Rev Arthur engagement and approaching rind a fan shaped' bouquet of yellow
America and other visitors athe club In getting clothing and Davis, Branford; the Rev marriage ef their daughter, carnations with green satin Kite' Mil June 4
annual Suwannee River raft cash for the flood victims In Uve ''C B. Davis, Columbia circuit, the r.dna1..torl.*. to Charles N. streamers Mr. and Mrs. Henry: Watson of
kce last June. Oak after Hurricane Dora. A truckload Rev, John I'PrltlnlFort White: Frame, son of L. W, Frame of dIM Kathleen McFarland, MIa Branford announce the marriage
I Held a reception for State FFAJ of clothing was delivered to the Rev A. F Koon. Wellborn; Jacksonville Mime Sandlln Is a Qlenda Faye Avery, and MIN Linda of their daughter, Linda Faye to
flan and their advisors .'Ithe' these flood victims. and the Rev. Harry Evans Whit of Branferd Illch Walker, bridesmaids, wore pale Larry: M. Jonas son of Mr and
radio coverage of the pro- Sponsored a dove shoot for Secretary Meant fleecy Oa. Clarice j Springs circuit. graduate yellow dresses of pests de sole Mrs. Dula M. Jonas of Hlldreth.
am. of State Tom Adams and Ban ef Branford was one *f e School. styled like the maid of honor's. The wedding was an event of
for ex- his personnel.The Mr. Frame U a graduate of headpiecesand June fourth at the home of the
j Set up a budget system let Berry Celleio seniors wbeeemmeneetnent Munch !" Attending i They wore matching
.,ding funds of the club. beautification committee ceremonies In Lee lllsh School In Jacksonville carried fan shaped bouquets bride's parents. The double ring
Health and welfare committee made palm trees available to anyone received baehelor's degrees at CuManre Workshop and la presently. employed with of yellow flowers from which extended ceremony was performed by Everett
}as Instrumental In encouraging In this area who wanted themat Sun O. II. Munch guidance counselor Blue Crose-Bloe Shield. yellow satin streamers Williamson Live Oak,
he Town of Branford to send R, less than half price. They also the Berry College Chapel and band director at Branford The wedding will be an event Ray Awry brother of the The couple left for a wedding
t. Chandler to a civil defense assisted In planting and watering day Jane .. Hiih School la attending a coun- .f June tl at 7:30 ,.m. In the groom served. as best man. Ushers trip to Key West and other pointsof
Mich. folgal these palm trees. Mba BAM, .... received thbachelor the interest.
bool In Battle Creek. aellng for college workshop at the Pleat Baptist Chareh .f Bran- were Michael Hunt, brother of
I training In civil defense. The beauUftcatkm committee .f aelmee degree In University of Tampa this week. bride, Harmon Suggs, and! Dwlght When they return they will
ford. A will\ follow at
i Jack Phillips chairman of thealth ordered additional Christmas dec- elementary' education la the This workshop Is primarily for reeeptlon Stansel. make their home In the Hlldreth
and welfare committee, i I orations for the tovra. daughter ef Mr and Mrs. V R. guidance counselors to help them the home ., the bride's parents.Relatives The bride was escorted to the community where Mr Jonas works
and other club members helped Had a joint Christmas party Ben .f Braaferd.A know more about the problems In and friend are Invited altar by her father and given In I with his father,
aVrange a meeting which helped in with the Woman's Club and counseling with students for col to attend both Ih. wedding and m e
IM1 ......,. .f ..aI... marriage.Mlsa .
[the formulation of the present I Florida brought Sheriffs gifts for Boys the bon Ranch at the In HUH Ik-b.... Mint ...... WM a lege. Ihe reeepMon.Personals. Hunt selected for her wedding Hunt-Awry Krlu'urwal

athool, advisory committee. Live Oak. member ef the eampua Drama a gown of Chsntllly lace over The Ilunt-Avery: rehearsal din
The club was asked to head up Club for two years, the Ultrat. Bradford satin with a high neckline and nor was held Thursday night at
long sleeve that to the Community Center In
the community Christmas program ... and Latuate Club for twe came a point MeAlpin
SEE over the hand. The neckline of MtAlpln. Mr?and Mrs Inn Avery
which was done under the year* and the. Ryrreb tlteewy
direction of Charles Williams R Satiety for few Mrs. tale Atwell of 8t, Augustine Mra. Harold Chester and the dress was rnhanded with a were hosts for the occasion.
"HINEIGHBOR" M. Chandler, and Jim Beggert years.Mirth spent the week end visitingMr family and Miss Mary Jarvis of pearl trim. Th. bodice featured a The tables where the guests
Asked and received support of and Mrs. Worth Sullivan Returning Mississippi are spending a few fitted waistline from which the were sealed' were covered with
skirt fell Into a long train. Her whit. cloths and bore arrangements
our senator and representative In AnnoiinrrmrntMr. home with her were her days this week vlsltlnc Mr and
helping the Bell Chamber of Commerce sisters. Ids. Cregg Mooes and Mrs Mrs. R. 0. Griffith and family fingertip veil of Illusion was attached of yellow eeaoanat flowers.
WITH to locate the Florida Industrial and Mrs Howell Walker of Robert Johnston for a week's visit e to a tiara of white stones. The dinner was served buffet I'
School For" Boys In Oil- Branford announce the birth of a Sidney Philpot of Gainesville She carried a white orchid with a style. Member* of the wedding
JIM WATSON Christ County. son Friday June 11, In the Suwannee spent Friday night and Saturday Trrry-Clark: purple center party and ether guests attended.

And On Gathered signatures from cltlsen County Hospital In Live visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
of the Branford area to send Oak. The baby weighed 1 Iba. 10 Minnie U Phllpot, and other rela E.llotlilotrm..t
to Dr. Terry Fletcher asking him OIl, and has not as yet been Mr and Mrs. eerie C. Terry of
JUNE 22nd to consider this area when he began named. Mrs. Walker will be remembered tives.Mr, and Mrs. C II. Brooks spent Branford announce the engagement
practicing medicine. as the former Georgia several days last week In Largo and approaching marrlate of
Hear Special Guest Held a Joint social with the Jean Avery: daughter of Mr and SwUng Mr and Mrs Hyde hall their daughter Brenda Catherine,
i Woman's Club on Valentine Day. Mrs. N. O. Avery of O'Brien. and Mr, and Mrs. Johnnie Hall to Roger Louis Clark, son of Mr. THANKS
PAUL CREWSSuwannee Sponsored the local Boy Scout The Brooks also attended the and Mrs. Louis V Clark, of Jackaonvllle. -
troop and voted to pay the electric lion to Henry Ward general manager wedding of Mrs. Brooks' grand .
( bill each month. of Ward Fertiliser Company daughter Miss Louise naiL In the
CountyAllricultural The bride-elect: Is a graduate of
Purchased paper hats with the for his outstanding service and Baptist Church of Clear water Sat.urday Branford huh School and attended I wish to thank the citizen of the Town of Uranfonl
[, Agent club's name on them and a large contribution to the Branford area afternoon SI Vincent's School of Nursing for the vote of confidence' given to me In the Town
street sign so that the club could from a financial and clvM stand Mrs. Ussle Dunaway of MorganTown Jacksonville, The prospective Klertlon: June) 8.I ,

AT 6:45 AJV1. be better advertised. These were point. Mus.. and grandson. Christine bridegroom la a graduate of For I shall strive always to the best Interest
used at the Legislative Boat-A- Sponsored and paid for the annul Dunaway, of Texas, and Mr. reel High School, Jacksonville,
on Cede Branford High School ath- and Mrs Billy Rag an of Maconlle, and attended Coneordla College of all the people In fulfilling' the unexpireii term of
Mr, and Mrs. the late C. .L Fender.
Mike Chandler was honored true banquet. MIM.' are visiting Austin Trt.
(POWERFULCHANNEL w'th the presentation of a plaque Had outstanding programs arranged C II. Brooks. The wedding will be the eventof
for his outstanding work In Civil each month by Program Mr. and Mrs. Worth flutlivan are June II at e pm, In the Beachvllle -
Defense, Chairman Charles Williams spending this week In St Auius- Advent Christian Church. No GRAHAM C. OWEN\
[ 12 I Passed a resolution supportingthe HIM visiting their daughter Mrs.
Organised the program prepared Invitations are being sent, but all
recommendaUons of the Rile AtweU.
the meal and took cart of friends and relatives of the coupleare
School Advisory Committee. The Debbie, DiarU. and Palmer
Invited to attend. i
launching the boats at the Legislative -
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE club also assisted In acquiring auchlry of Lake City, spent theink I, ---- ._---_---- -
BoatACade.Observed .
, signatures on the petition: to calla end vtilUng their grandparent .
: Industry AppreciationWeek bond lieu.. *. Mr and Mra R. II: Hatch,
In Florida' with the presentation The club has served' as a Chamber and other relative Nomad
of a certificate apprecla- of Commerce In answering MIM Hilda Jones spent at.c
-- many letters requesting Information days last week In Atlanta. Oa rNopi'tiIiIeiii
about our area swung friend
Donated IM to the Woman's Mra. Nellie Duncan spent last
STUMP BROTHERSCash Club towards the purchase of a week In Jacksonville visiting Mr
piano for the clubhouse. and Mrs W, W, Gay and attended !
Bought eyeglasses for Iwo undrrllr1o..ed the graduation eaerclses of hr
school eh11dtftI,I grsndaon. Bub flaw
& Carry Building Material -

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Thick Insulation 42.00 do Errors jobsee. '

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V Treated Sheathing 1C QA EASIER:

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4 x 8 i x 3/8- Shettrock 1.49 cut.. .

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Common Nails Q CA to handle I

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Key N Knob Lock ...__....: ......... 4.25 r

Bird 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles 6.95

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4118 4." Prcf. Stash. Paneling 4.80 c

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: 12- 1 12- Plain Celotei CeOluf Tile 1A your 'J.." Universal ,. ',. boos of all pea you tot (and yew beat
: Each __ ..?-,-.-- elU outdoor Mt oh* Mo 4-wHeel. cVWe, and' If. a herd .orbOWId you home faun,

: 124 Awnlnff Window Y.. trap le .-.te4 .* .. SMKSJ vel..e (ef M tide. nil ..... Fades got a4 lour .....<. wwUng for you. Of bwsMesa to*. HaoC a pushing, plowing.If .

Each _, ..,_-...wwwww..- 17.50, ....** -, corefvl HMMMrfaxfvee, see-sj eAfy ,.....H. You heap" otppery roads Us gfoe. You've pot a real wofihort Tale your thotoc of
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....w e.Ii......... aq.9ped, Will P..{, ...... seam, aced, lc., and AOW. Mil for Ktxtfog, ftaKsng. other epfiore.
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11 j Nets Grading Method Useil Here 'i'

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I e Mary Carter Paint Store

Wilder' Corner On Helvenston Avenue

Thursday-Friday-Saturday, June 17-18-19

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I Wyman Garland' ; and Lee Brongon are grading their melon in the photo above with-"a trading" PqM

I\ machine Introduced to this area by Grower Marketing Service Melons are placed on a conveyor belt T
If from the truck used to haul them from the field and are traded according to size by scale spaced
I at. intervals. This particular machine will divide the melons Into three weight groups (Democrat ''Choose from
I Staff Photo) a Complete Line of Interior & Exterior

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No. 1 Paints During GRAND OPENING DAYS!

doned. The Congo, however
proved more suitable to this climate -'
and led the market for three .
years. A few Congos are still
.. planted each year but the Char
leston Oray, which captured the
market in 1954, Is today the leadIng .
Hopeful News In Medicine melon in the county.

..L ". A few farmers planted Fairfax
melons In 1955 Blackatoncs In
I I DIPHTHERIA, Sma II l pot, Dental Clinic of the Children' and
1956; Oarrlsonians In 1959;
Tetanus, Whooping;Cough, Polio Hospital in Boston emphatically Jubilees In recent years, but the ,
i/ and :Measles are a formidable states that the unnecessarily
f trend is still to the Grays.
array of diseases that have almost prolonged use of bottle feeding! ,
Today farmers are planting
"bitten tho dust. does damage to the teeth, the
I. Charleston in nine and 10
The warrior against then\\.'Is gum and the jaw of Infants. Grays
from four to six feet In
early and complete vaccinations :Dr. Loach and his colleagues rows
Tuberculosis, too, may;Joon have found a tremendous increase the drill. By using from 1200 to fa lov+a ,
bow to the active educational of cavities In the teethof 1500 pounds of fertilizer per acre p ,,
campaignsby Infant who persist In "bot. and approximately 100 pounds of
national and tie after pure nitrogen and with a favor.
feeding" long they
d' able season,no watermelon variety 't arl qlt eaYA7 awe
local medical learn to be spoon fed
+ societies who Parents are cautioned against planted In the county has out.
hope to bring propping up a bottle as a "self produced the Grays both in QUARTS 2 FOR $224 Gsafutss f QUARTS 2 FOR $2)4
1// safe Immunization feeder" and permitting the childto poundage and quality. rrwa.ww.r AT
Some farmers estimate that INTERIOR LATEX 3. hi. ni, .!. < Af
with the fall asleep with the bottle in )* IM.M- Itrlfmtf OIL BASE
BeG Vaccine. his mouth. with the expense of fertilizer, la rM.w X*rr., "
The BacillusCalmetteGulrln These dental authorities warn bor and transportation they must WALL PAINT ons s..;,, 'HOUSE PAINTTAIKUM4
that "the parents get Into the produce from 17,000 to 20,000 .
r I' Dr. Coleman vaccine i has habit of popping the bottle in pounds of melons per acre to break CAST DRYIHaOVTITANMNa wi ushl r ai a OVII Oil fAINT i<
never been fully the same position at each feed. even. Perhaps with Irrigation the In"ea fOWU O MIUNW AND rVMI UISTAMT
accepted In America, despite Its Ing. The result Is that the same figure may go as high as 30,000
relative success In 60 countriesall area of the mouth and the same pounds. '2 for 1 Low Price "on Quarts of all MARY CARTER PAINTS-
over the world. new teeth are exposed to milk With the labor problem becoming -
The BeG vaccine now has the curds" more pressing each year, many
I anctlon l of public health' Their i experimentation has farmers may turn to the use of TINTING; ON A WIDE SELECTION OF PASTEL SHADES. !
authorities who are encouraging shown that the decay of In. equipment being used! here for the
Its use, especially in overcrowded fants' early protrusion of teeth second year by Grower MarketIng REDWOOD $/L98, TRIM & ,DECK $698 ALKYD FlAT $698
communities, and in can be caused by "etching of Service. They are using a STAIN "Tri .AU ". I *
hospital personnel who are in the tooth enamel" following large grading machine which operates ENAMEL D"lflef'OIt CIIUNM *
contact with tubercular pa- overexposure to milk curd by conveyor belts and scales. ,. 2ND GAL DURAIll, ONE COAT. 2ND GALFREE NeD WALLS. Dud TO 2ND.GAL
tients. They suggest, therefore, that This machine is large enough to COLOR lAUTirUL.. IXCIUIMT tlDWOOB MICH OlOM IMAMIU A RAT vuvrr.(.....
Recent report predict that prolonged bottle feeding over load three trucks at once with woo. tauur.nrt, FREE INTUIOVUTIRIOBQUARTS FREE
vaccination against tuberculo- use of pacifiers and blanket the melons placed on a conveyor
ala may be successful in 80% of chewing are pernicious habits belt weighed and graded Into QUARTS 2 fOR $Ut. 2 PO* $2.24 AND vr qUAtn.ilot $U4
the vaccinated population. that can affect dental develop. three separate weight sizes, and
The immunization success of vaccinationand Imperatively ment and health. passed on Individual belts to their EXTRA SPECIAL BONUS Your Choice of Liquid Glass Enamel or Faron Young
depends These column are designedto
on the cooperationof relieve your fears about respective As the watermelon truck. Industry becomes Album with any paint purchase.GRAND .
all patients and their physician l- health through a better underttandtny more mechanized such
*. of your mind and body
thing as the Sowpga Association
All the hopeful advance
new fade
and government Inspectors
The baby milk bottle lit medicine here :
may reported are from the picture and are replacedby 1
goon make its exit as a pacifier, known to doctor everywhere Irrigation grading machines, 1
if the newer dental studies on Your individual medical) prob-
and service
Infants are correct. lama should la handled t>y your a Q
Dr. Paul K. I/sch of theO cum doctor. 11. knout you beat
( 1MB, King Folly m syndicate. Ino) No.2 S 5 1 '
and reported to the Florida Revenue
Cypress Gardens U situated on and two miles off U. 8. 17 near I Commission totaled 11696.
I Florida 540. five miles off V. S, 87 I Winter haven 88983We I I'i
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