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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 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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With LMM C. Wsdwrth

County; Said To Be Among Best .., n .. .. .. _

Pleasant Steady rains of the past two weeks brought 1 _. uuawengs Here Building Activity Playing Major\
A number of readers took the ber of anum. ...
problems and
headaches .
Urn to comment on what wa to officials of the City of
aid hers last week about the Live Oak and water fell faster than present drainage fa.cilities !h' ., Role In Live Oak Economy

food new last weeks edition bad can handle and on two occasions businessmen! in

on substantial growth prospect downtown Live Oak had visions of a reoeat Derformanr Construction continues to play a dominate role in

for UM future of this county Mo t similar to Hurricane -i) i'j *, this city's economy as building ia underway In all sec-

seem to agree that this county September dons of the city on projects both Urge and small.

and area stands potted for growth: Kiah Eubanks Rain ended the first of the Major work under construction is the preparation

of unpreoendented magnitude II week and clear warm weather replaced of ground for the Live Oak Plaia. an eight atoms .hon.
only we bert In Suwannee County the dally rainy weather -
Elected ping center bring bull&on'i
will permit It or better yet guide State pattern I S Sr Howard t
Street
the
auch growth Into right channel While the rain posed problem Farm Bureau To new Suwsnnee -

It If pleasant to bear good 4-II Treasurer for city official and a number 01 ;. p; .,...... ") School High site School, and a on diagnostic the fine labs View ,

thing aid about the community s Live Oak merchant, It trough! eatery for the State

future rather than a constant die hope and encouragement to the -.,. Meet Tonight At Departmentof
,
-- .-- "" Agriculture on the Noble' ftr-
-agalnsUUs" that baa -
often
to county farmer whose crops wen ry Road.

delayed pragma here In the put. suffering County badly Agent due Paul to lack Crews: of rain.laid I w f Branford SchoolThe ) In riding* found over projects the area our reporter .

It .la encouraging also to have her this week that present Indications underway
monthly meeting of the Included those cited below as well
the vast majority point out that are that the will
county
Suwnnnre
aa others of
County Farm Bureau various tin and nature -
until we face: up and solve this have ILl beat corn crop In the .last + will be held tonight (Thursday .

matter of good schools, an 'this five yeara. This .to especially true, a& lilt Branford School Cafeteria A pre-final Inspection wa heldat
flne-.oundlng growth will come to he continued where growers used
naught beginning with a covered dishsupper the United State. Pmtofftc on
ample fertiliser << at I:00 pm. Ohio Avenue tail Thursday
No community with school Approximately U.000 acrea of A feature attraction of the sea Workmen of the Georr Jensen
buildings such aa this county use farm land in Suwannee
County lion will be Construction Co
a concert featuring Mobil. Ala,, will
or schools that can not meet even to planted Crews eUmaU
eon
be
Mtrtotle mimic by the Branford finished this week. Final In-
the lowest accreditation standards ed He iald that a number of !local
,
from Inch School Band under the (It* iprctlon! date ham born set
a physical standpoint can people say the present corn rrctkm of Oscar Munch, the Julian Crass has recently com
expect to attract new growth hi 'crop could be the beat ever grown band director pletrd a nw building to houae his
the way of new Industry newbusiness In the county '
Quest speaker for the meeting Antique Shop on Nurth Ohio
or young people. Included' in the corn acreage will be Baird Conley, chief ehrm- Annul T. 1. Andrew of Well-
While there U sons enthusiasmthat I cited. are 500 acted of early white I. for born .
___ ,_ ........ ___.. ......... the Buwanm River Plan was in charge of construction
a modern shopping crater to .hI." ... ..h.._ __ ,_ __ .__ __ _...
e. r .u ..,_ _aPlee ,. ........, UI_.... 10' u".". "'WfI wunV' .u of the buff tapestry brick
being built here the sobering contract which Is expected; to be "'11"1 J
H* will speak the structure and Croat plan to
thought la that to date all this ,'. harvested In late July ,a... to Ih new ,arUrt fee Julies CrW sat). phosphate rock on In the mining SuwanneeRiver of at an early date move

means U that present operating t* Crews.also predicted this year'stobacco 1----- CMsnplrte M Nash OWe Avenae The tower countryCommute Th* City of Uv Oak has also

businesses plan to move to new .'....b, crop would lit one of the .. gas SBlntms. bending eMwtnasted ay the ** to arrange for the added a building for the gas m.ln.&ftnanee R
sites and this can result In empty.taw better In the ,.. gent.
ones grown county
(Deweersl Staff Fbetea) annual meeting of the Bureau department on Gust Dii-
in other section of the dtrI .
Despite the
acreag-poundg later this year were named recently val Street next to th* s.lnutlngpool.
think progress to ttn..u.- control be said n* believed farm- by President Much of the work done
Walter
lush Robiris. was
Xubanka. of Mr and
for It and hope it continue* to son Cray Say Rook Are
Mn. mean prbduce quality tobacco In Really b>y city employ, with Tommy
Floyd Eubanks of
this
,
come to this county but to reach city
th* amount they can _n. Whit
Johnnie
applying the
Jenkins
was named' to masonry
WM elected State Treasurer of
UM Ulin potential the, near future.that Uea we ahead mutt con.for Florida 4-H Clubs at the annual Another favorable report on County Commissioners Will Sit As serve a* chairman of the food and work and Dallas Bland making the
fanning prospect cited by dews truss and
centre of th* state organtaaUon program committee Clyd Haired : putting tilt roof on.
cern ourselves mom with elite Is th recent Inmate In semi Is UM Th. shop 1s 14 *4 fet
held at OaineavUto last chairman of the nominating x with connrvte -
week. Ell-
responalbUlUe at community banks was chosen for a prieea for hogs are now selling at Tax Equalization Board On July 12 committee and II. 1. John block wall, enclosed by
ono
year
buflden and not ao ouch a< cilia.m term and of the flee alerted officer the highest price In the PUt U .N. T Cantlnaed ** Fag I') brick

who enjoy UM fruits of a of th* state body :he wa yean for It. wa back In July 1M4 Suwannee County's Board of County Ccmrnlwiloners M. L. Themes, pastor of the
prosperity while refusing to eon- that hog wr near led li ente will alt aa board Thureh:
th* only candidate. te lit steeled a of tax equalization for this county of god on bat Duval
tribute. either Urn*. talent or monty an UM first ballot. per pound anarkCouptod Monday, July 12, according to an advertisement to that lancer CampaignCounty Sliest la presently ensued In thetaI'IIftnNIt.Ion'
N eoBaaoiuty building with what to aid b
t *
tubanka has lIMa .......actiral effect appearing In this week's Issue of thla newspaper. of t paraonaa wt

our n potential appears than a revival to really M reach efvto I .club and Mfcoal affair to this a good......watermelon season, pros* Property owners... deeMnyto.. appear before the board J.x of the thu cfl. assisted by the

effort It In order. county and baa served aa prwi property can-do-to ;&'this'"meet: -'- ......f''I',".'' .1 'miMaiMita ._"'
-.0.. dent, vice president, secrttery, Jewdty D. adieu 33 t *J (wlslorag

It la ate rfryshing'to be able treasurer reporter and rcrea 1--------- IngTM Assessor. Wm. Htibbar: Man Dies From QuotaBuvtnne warehouse to Live Osk
Haul kader on a local club level Jewelry Co. Th concrete block
to peas on County Agent Paul Over said here this week thai I County1 rontrtbu
0. was recently' chosen pred- addition was bulll by Olonn MIU
\Crews analysis of crop condition work on the IM1 tai roll hat .been Gun Wounds lion to UM Cancer Cruiad *scecdrd .
,; ; ton raJIed 10-odd
dent of the student and aorn
body at 8\1- Inch'sabove
to u........ County at this .**. I Major Mall Change practically completed and that he th 11800 goal Ml by tile
UM original floor lvl 1
waonee High School and bal *
on of the year' n matters not resented the county at Boys State I'f'It- Effective July 1 will certify the roll to Tal Collector Two state society for lull founty This new addition will enable
bow It ermJuatea the Shootings hare in the INS drive for fund
one rota or Bare D. Ravi in late August -
The state officer was named Mr*. Sara ..e.r*. potaa tilt store area to lie enlarged InUIt
Director of th
situation, the growth and proa' after the II meetIng Buvanne County
outstanding 4-11 Club boy In ... bee. .sM Wd....., ake had and July Local authorities were pUiurd Chapter future, taking In what to now
to
la IUD u.cIIII MMlon her 'I'UHe
,pertly of this county nAMe County In 1N4 and wa bean. called .. stead a **.f.vMM by two shootings here early .last day torsi* spas for take and dim
no aman degree to UM manner The board of county commlaaionen morning were told loll.cUooaIn
county pubne speaking wtnnnr for ba JadcMMrOt al wbkHasaJw Friday morning u Janus Rivera
th
In which farm and forestry county to dais have Mated San
pro. Urn ef sasS can adjust values on UM was shot by r U James Oiba this wk I tt fining
two year wa a member' ebanawa to handling aboutI 11 Ml,II with additional fund ,
duels sells rode If It deemed such a4jut
the state winning haystack judging wfB ba aaM.a.e4.Mr :" at Robert Anderton'a Cafe the parking Unmedlatoty behind
nl&la encouraging U to com In a* the drive does not I I II
see Mid
menu Gray
team this year and placed a* .* stag.. said IM eaMgv neceeaary and Thane tough wa. Shot by end until Augwt II I Live Oak .Jewelry, Bear*.
better prices for iwine coca and the value of all
Oray placed
high mdlvtdual In a Bmtoek wwald b* effecttve Judy I adVMM J, C. BUck! at a residence on Glbbs Company Shoe Drpi, and
to learn thai UM seen crop ben property" in the county at in,.niIK .. South A nominating commute of MM I (IN I C. .......d
holies event at Gainantne thtoyear probably ...... to. MOl. llouiton Avenue at 110AU : W. II Laughlnghoua f M raw I.)
Mr
can well ever grown" of 1.W. B. W.
xcd any this year an Increase .-
II* ... served aa a member anteing be.. ai a. toter ... four men were colored Itolveruton Jr and -
her, for tile bUgar our can yetis .." ever Lu'tV'. a..eMedvalue. Mn. Thorn
of the county fudging Um forfour than .. pow ... eaM AB MaO James RJmi died Mondaynight
UM more potent win bt UM growth This to somewhat below the Cheek war appointed to propose a Itttill// To Assume
In
fan.lubsnks. kaaMXI at UM JaekasanBto sew a Jacksonville hospital
late of officers for .
and dcvelopBMnt UM Bwataek amount the estimated a neat yes
sensor
date fair awardIN least muJt wter wM b effected from a bullet wound In the neck
wa a ** A report wa mad that II .. Joyce I'rciMencyIbMier
m this county I "
industry
addH this
few would
.. I CbetttaMd 0a l> l> by UM ..*..*. sew .... tear wetaa ago be He. ... ihot in the throat by s JJcalibre ear patients In Buwenrw. County RNllf.tar ft. |MUOdae >

This weak Walter Gave who to ---- The value of laiable property In automatla following an rlumml have received sell 41 In aid thru pf.*.K. with ..I....... with UM bullet
doubling IB braaa aa UM advtrttaing Join Other Florida Unlit this county on which both the lodging In hit neck. Riverawas May II from (oral fund Jatee Chamber W CMMSMTM
manager aa a reporter and aaUM Board of County OommlMlvnertand admitted Two reprMnlaUv of the Buwanrwe al u.. annual Uw48aU *M

photographer for UM Onto the Board of rubll Inatrtw to the Buwanne County unit will attend a .ward. dli. a.. .* ... aria****.
County "
..... earn. up with a good story National Guard Leaves; Saturday lion must baM their budgets for 1M Veteran Hoepltal.llotpllal transferred In take to tate meeting of the sickly In Ml* UM. to b* .M4 r..M, aJsht.JM .

an oUter construction underway the coining Hart! rttr' WM ten ami in October 1$. al ':*e Nara Tb* ant

UM etty. Thla too mdioatea. growth For Two Weeks At Fort Stewart tatlvely set at 511.000.301. Quay City leapltel, and In.later JackaonvUto carried to Brewers where Null, local chapter meeting will wm b* b.M .to) MM .......** .f II

far MO of M BMMM that toapromDcnta sold with another IIMAM addt )he died.Jamea. be held September U al width u.. loses &I" ..... .. I
beta made .bymrchaala Urn awards for work accomplished Pass N ... ..
art eon etpMted when final detain re.te na 1 al
tire Oak's contingent of the Florida National .
Army returned to hu alWe.
and ethers to. provide sue worked ouLlloInHCHcSe room during UM PUt y.ar will, b* tsp are I. be ....*... dauta.IS. .
better acme. to. UM people who Guard .illmo... to Ft. Stewart Saturday and join other make up the naorpreperty ( I C.sllasM *. r... II vtatnted I .. ...U...
elements from thruout the stale for the annual two week
saake ip UM eummuru 1. Item on UM rolls In till
We led that any aoeunantty field training: period which begins' June 26 and will end county with UM value of In this .

that barn OM totikBnt loins an Jnlv .11.- Two units-- ira Wifedln' __ ,In_, _flea, Oak_ _,_ _and u_ both_ ___ will. ._. category put at M,TM.MS. rmon .. AW Site 0/ Lire OakUM "ItlM''j
that to wader way In Lira Oak atUM give aa part of UM 117th tank : a! property valuation to the .... ------ ------- fI

peasant this eaa Ml bah bat battaltoa. They will Mn otheretesncnte here and to under the command. ef. and largest Item and I* plated. + I I
Captain Chart B. ....,. Th
enley good bnatneea, W the batulton at MaeCknny .a ".21"11.

On a* UM unfortunate Ibises! far the MwveaMnt. to Ft. meat platoon for the battalion toalM Man **mpt property lid a

about Men activity la that UM Stuart a Live Oak unit but wffl Join value of IT7M4M an the tag

hew who normally tars on warier Company A, 11& aatt& oft. 17U Ma parent company for UM encajDpoMnt. boors and UM assessments. tar I r .nY. te+ ,

Of.. I CwaUMMl. an fag l. Armor, .. the major unit stationed .This unit Is part of UM. raJl,.... and teUrraphi. pal at

Headquarter and Headquarter p... level. .UU....
Company: of the irrth Armor located

I pN"H'ftlft' Honorary FFA Degree at Lak City. Brcond 1M. gevernsssdal.Wholly nrmpt church property, and such the at

tenant Due r, DMtanan DI to
property of widow U cussed al
; niaandrr of UM ptatoon |77f./3$ here.
; ; Th company win have five ef. .
w Land and tea serUf4asks
now :
.. flan and O roluted mm at th*
.1" both nan ewmpt and home*
>> and UM platoon plan Ucarry
'. taMP
'''i"" . atIL. one officer and 34 muted lead base a value of ITfl.41* while
I Unite worth 17 JU have already
:. ... ..... ; ": .\. Av M to Ft. Stewart meted la UU. ewnrhlp I
.
.. 'y Dive Oak also provided
:: : a rwaa-
'. .
Gray printed sat that the IMlCMMJMMd
I..I.. ,. ...". .' .... : '' . bur ., plait for
....: .....: '.. .. ';';,! : } .''.. .. erfMrr other '''' t ect r... 11lulU' \
'
: commands an UM state
," \ ":' "w. ; .'
.
.. ) ,
I Brigadier General Lassie C.

Wadoworth epee a* deputy cmavtandrr Fntfrat Cat
for UM aaUi Commandneatkinarter
and CajMaia Charm Tax For farm,,.,

.. T Batoara. I* an .......". adje. ..--e an reedade4 tilt

teat gvmral an UM use hadevarters sialse far nfad eI tie f..

BoU a wffl train al Ft ..... p.r 5.W seer..l U.

Stewart Omeral WadeworUt wfB paid an ,..... and so the

:: ". .. .. .' travel by KttMnal Oward atrcran I tarn ttf teasing e.. M feat.
Nt" .. and wtq evpart FrUar of .rn asst Seeing ... real 'fII, I lieu r. .x

J Cstonel skews H Dale and U secanbr M ..fW ,..,. TMpraad t' e. e
OionH Vert T. Tuttle wW re* tee wfcb skis sup Mmed. w

ten Sunday after pmOng lhtr .. tnm Jab, 1>M. Ur.

Lswb .... tale rY.a tW reed.al. riIW ..., s.asgvabWe lYe seek b-aiorng svrtod ai UMTobrbaMM Jew M. 101.slab. ----- -- -.,,- '--......._ ....---._ .. I
Amy PyX. located .. ar* te> be ..... en -'j -- -
'*'- 0. rolsaa4 eaere. sad .. Wtrs ....... tell ..1 ...... w s..ea1W M W Ut fit Fl !. ,
to )lofthwe4tfm FMMytwito ran JU' witch pre us .... *** *. aa e.M-tw* al.>..t ,auwg tbha haves paste fara r >.... af UM pared .... .......... Dale peas suns... .n, to .. ., Urtai ..
ear Is rnnm nA iCaaaiaiail sue w ... aesev as.... .r ye m yWMs T>**.*I M CMns.af, s* l*.*r smtofwwae tense

ruIII AasrYa etas ..awash. .s at DaI'MM ....... .h 4 .. rage II rise to UM AgrtfwM* ./ p...... earn. b. s.*. b* UM ......****. --ral guff ...*..|












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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 24,



II FLORIDA'SFarm I

It Happened

EDITORIALFounding I ..


Suwannee County, Florida



} Fathers Were WiseA FrontBy 1915-1940-1955


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A recent isue of the Lake Region Newsat If this situation develops, the country will be B. 4

Eustis carried an editorial on its editorial under the tyranny of what John Randolph of Doyle ConnerCattle

page written and signed by Thurman Sen Roanoke, the great 19th century political think. ----- Token From The File 0/

sing that expresses well, we think, the logic er, termed "King Numbers." feeders and hog farmersare THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,_,.,,,
that should prevail in this nation in the mat Our American government Is subtly devised to being warned to take 1t easy -..
ter of this "one man, one vote" and not the avoid a tyranny of numbers. Government in the on expanding their production. I
monstrosity decreed by the Earl Warren American system, is supposed to represent not Prices for beef and pork are 1915The school auditorium for the sake of males him a member of the taJ

Supreme Court That decision strikes at the force of sheer numbers alone but the entire good now much better than annual convention of chanty. The event la the third council. These two boy are th
the essence of representative govern amalgam of state, local and regional interests. they have been for some time ninth Aasocla annual Elks Minstrel and the array only ones to come from a slnll
very but they won't stay good, economists the Florida Postmasters of talent which has been county on the state
ment as envisioned by those wise men who Idaho and Nevada, for example have very small tlon met In the City Hall Wednesday council
react to E. Black
If farmer Director B. -
drafted the basic law under which this nation populations Nevertheless, their rights should warn afternoon. After the Invocation gathered by
good times as they have In the and put through specially strenuous Miss Joan Adair Black,
not be cancelled out by a bloc of voters in New Parshley Mr. daughter -
itself. by Dr. W. B.
governs past and start overproducing rehearsals for the minstrel of Dr and Mrs. Irby H !
Mr. Sensing put it this way : York's Harlem, let us say Idaho and Nevada Agricultural observers are hopIng ., W. R. Dorman welcomed the visitors night is said to be to par with has been Invited to compete In thl
When the Founding Fathers established the like the other states, were admitted to the Unionas for the best but expecting the in behalf of the local office to those of the two successful ventures selection of the Mill Unlvel1e
American government, they wisely avoided a co-qual with the largest states Rigid application worst. It's pretty hard to change the "Best: Inland city In the Stateof in minstrelsy by the local contests going on this week

rigid "one man, one vote" formula. The House of the "one man, one vote" formula Is human nature, and farmers areas Florida". chapter of BPOE. Miami Beach. In

'of Representatives was designed to be appor- destructive of states rights. human as the next fellow. -
tioned according to population, but In the Sen If this formula is to be the basic law of the Potato growers for instance, Circuit Court convened Mon Eight Live Oak girl scout completed rnSuwanfiee County's Board of
ate big and little states had equality land, it is clear that the present constitutional have been enjoying the best mar day, with the grand The and petit juries of- a 15 hour Red Cross first met on Saturday

Until a few years ago, this balanced systemwas system of two senators to each state will be in ket In yean because of short supplies in attendance.have been name published aid course under the direction of'HeIIl' for their regular meeting Count
the grand Jury
and small crops. It Is expected '- Red Cross first aid Agent Paul
accepted without question. The states, in jeopardy in time. Already there is talk that the the following constitutes the ) Grant. Crews appearM belch
however, they'll boost plantings instructor last week.: They were the board and
developing their legislatures, followed the federal liberals hope to find a way around the require beyond reasonable levels and petit Jury: C D. DoWN J. J. Mary Alice Allen. Edith Burnett, that Suwannee County lDernbel1
"one vote" ment for two senators to each state. The cur C. C Hughes J. M. had the
model and avoided the man one next year will see a bust in their Brannan Nathalie Mizell Mary Frances top 4-H program In the
formula in the organization of their respective rent notion gaining currency among members of market.If Marable. J. O. Mlckler. O. Terry, Ross, Georgia Ann Wolfe Betty said that Instead of having state H.
state senates. But the Warren Court without a the left-wing that each state would retain two beef and pork producers follow J. C. Harper J. R. Hunt J. E: Redman Reba Henry, and Fran ." boys enrolled In the 4-H around

shred of constitutional Justification, upset the senators, but that the votes of the states wouldbe suit, they'll regret It, accord- Lawson F. K, Turman, T. H ces Wells. trim, as there are now, that Pro-
workable. system of many decades The Supreme weighed. Tha is to say, Idaho and Nevada's Ing to the reports I've been read- Mitchell Barney Bryan and A. JBoatrlght. fall at least 1.000 boys could next be

Court laid down an edict, saying that the states senators might be assigned a weight only one- ing. It Is being pointed out that a enrolled If another assktant agent
would have to reapportion their legislatures. third or one-fourth that of New York general buildup of cattle In feedlots 1955Dr. could be employed to help In the
Miss Lula Mae Green of Bran-
could kill the market next fall
Many members of Congress in both parties, are The only way for the majority of the small ford left last week for Gainesville John N. Sims announcedthis present program.
and winter With care in market. .
supporting a constitutional amendment that and middle-size states to lose their constitutional trig however, It Is suggested several where she will attend school. week that Dr. James Hortonof
will confirm what was established American rights is to vote their powers out of existence or years of good prices are po.- Jacksonville would be associated -
practice from the founding of this country. The to fall to defend states rights. The forthcoming Contractor H. J. Morris is erecting with him after July 1.

struggle Is in the U. S. Senate, where approval vote on 'the Senate reapportionment resolution sible.Outlook for hogs is the same two neat bungalows for 8. A.. Subscriptions
must be won for a resolution calling for submis- provides an opportunity for senators from small A fast pig crop build-up, it is said, Hinely on his lots on Pine Street.H. Suwannee County school teacher
will get a $200 a raise
Suwannee
sion of such an amendment to the states. The and middle-size states to strike a blow for states could drop prices by $9 to |8 a year I Democrat
S. Strickland and niece Miss when school starts this fall. The
hundredweight next summer
effort to defeat the rights.
liberals bending every
are Some economists believe the mar- Nina Tootle of ReidsvlUe. Oa, arrived raise was provided for by an action Listed below are new subscrip.!
The problem inside the states Is of the
resolution.As same
of the
regular session of the Horn and subscriptions
ket could absorb without trouble a here Friday on a visit to his rene1l1'd j to
President Johnson has not taken a character. The liberals hope to deprive rural
yet, 3 to ft per cent production Increase son Dr. H. M. Strickland and legislature and was passed alongto the Suwannee Democrat from
stand on this question. It Is to be hoped that areas, small towns and small cities of all powerin They warn, however thata family the teachers by the Suwannee June 11 to June 18.

he will refrain from coming out against the re a state: they want to concentrate a state's bust WILL come if hog raisers I County School Board at their NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
solution. If he chooses the path of restraint he political power in one or more big cities If this boost marketing beyond that. James Johnson and Bradley regular meeting Saturday

will be in accord with tradition For, tradition comes to pass, a grave Injustice will be done Mills brought In their first car of Mr. and Mrs Roy Crewi, Aurra >
ally, the Incumbent President does not Interfere citizens who choose to live in uncrowded communities Florida continues to lead the melons from Kirkland today.At Dr Hugo F. Sotolongo. a graduals Ill.Robert .

with the amending process Involving the Con- ,i In these communities, the qualities of parade of fattest growing states in medicine of the University 8. Mills Tsllahawe
stitution. self-reliance, hard work and respect for propertyare I noted one estimate that forecast McAlpin on July 3 a barbe- of Havana In Cuba will begin Frank L. Futch. L. O.
Florida's population gain by cue and basket dinner, everybodyinvited the practice of medicine here July Earl V. Mills. L. o.
The evil in the court-ordered reapportionment very strong. They sent first-rate officeholders -
1975 will be 44 per cent above the good time for all; everybody I, as an associate of Dr. 8. L. Had- Powell Phllpot, BranfordJ.
is that it will upset the political balance In the to state legislatures. It is important to the den.
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current level. The Florida Development come and bring a well filled D. Mima. Rt.. L. O.
country and shift major power to a small number political health of America that the less thickly Commission's latest basket. Committee: O. L. Harrell. Bill Aldredge Jr.. Bradenton

of big cities In which political machines can populated areas not In effect be disfranchised so population survey reports our 8. 8. Parker, and W. M. Ooff. Two Suwannee County 4-H Club Edna WhIte L. O.
herd masses of voters to the polls. The shift, that herded votes can be brought under the con 1900-64 gain was 18.3 per cent members were signally honored at Paul Jones, Ocala8L'BSCRIPTIONS
in other words, aggrandizes the power of those trol of big city bosses and new radical groups with population hitting 5,705,000 I the close of the annual short

who control bloc votes In metropolitan centers. now building in urban areas. In July last year. 1940A I course held last week: at the University RENEWED

By 1975 we are expected to add board of directors was electedfor of Florida. Billy Avery was Mrs. 8. O. Smith Ft. Lauder-
million according to Fleeted: president of the State dale
another lye
the
coming year as stockholder -
About one source. The Florida estimate I held an annual meeting at the ,Council of the Boy's 4-H Club Joel Wadsworth. Rt, L 0
o of growth In the next 10 years is Live Oak Country Club Wednesday work: the highest office a member James R Mills. Merrttt bland
This running about 11 percentage I night. can attain In the state. Also In the R. F. Voyles. Rt. L. O.
I points ahead of California, but The new board Is composed of election Bobby Carlson was chosen Worth Hull JacksonvilleJ.
And that state Is expected: to add I.. Dr. Irby H. Black. 1:. 8. Conner District IV vice president which A. Taylor Rt, Lake Cite
lie.MM ........ b. rave, the Urgent H T, Hall. Barrow Helvenston,
That total by far for any ..tate.A Walker_ Helvenston. Ford Kalil I

Rank Layton Henry Leech. and

yolk gob of a of raw shaving egg seem cream to be or about the president Claude Hackney. Paul Baechle, Have You Paid Your Tax?
and
Price Of FreedomIn Clean The Exhaust the most unlikely places in the president. Harry Home, vice City

our local court battles about chickees, speeding As more than 70 million American owners world to see a printed design.

tickets', signs and the usual municipal cases we. and members of their families can witness, the You'd probably declare It cant Louie C. -Wadsworth became All unpaid City Taxes will become delinquent -

take the law for granted.If automobile Is a vital part of life. Much of what be done. You'd be wrong. It can president of the Suwannee County July 1, 1965. To comply with the
the price of freedom is eternal vlgllence, then has been gained from the improvements of the be done by a new electrostatic device Junior Chamber of Commerce, law three
the price of individual freedom should be a beliefin 20th century can be credited to the availability of now being offered to put succeeding Alfred T. Alrth Mon. a percent penalty will be requiredon

and knowledge of the law. this convenient means of personal transportation trademarks fruits or and wording vegetables.on Individual day night as the organization unpaid taxes after this date. If you have

Since our system of laws Is based on the English But there have been problems too. addition The method really Unt printing completed officers lt, second year Other not paid your City Taxes should do
assuming duties w
to having to were J. 8. you
ferry the kid
system, the celebration "on a meadow called around. One of the a* we know It because nothing Harvard first sloe at to
once avoid
president and this
Runnymede" Thursday was an Important event. problems has been air pollution. That many mil touches the surface which Is to w. L. Tedder second vice president penalty.
lions of vehicles gulp a great deal of fresh air and bear the design. Actually It's a -
Elizabeth Director
Queen and Prince Philip formally are Alfred T Airth
observed the 750th anniversary of the proclamation pour out a large volume of fumes which is not exactly transfer of Ink powder from a W. C. Alrth. R. J. Sevan, J. L. Me- IE any information is required please call
salutary to aesthetic screen by means of an electric
or sanitary Mullen and
considers Kelly
Weaver the
of the
Magna Carta. City Clerk's
tions. Air pollution Is a relatively new problem current. It has proved successfulIn office
For it'a been that long since England's!'. weak. from the standpoint of marking such things as avocados Tonight
the automobile and more than 30 tired
est monarch King John knuckled under to his many apples and potatoes
communities business men and Call
are taking steps to control it. Because citizens of Live 3622276.
angry barons and sealed what has become the first it Is a national problem, however national A San Francisco firm holds the Oak cavort' on the stage of the
cornerstone of individual freedom. baslo patent rights and ha granted
action Is Indication. The U. 8. Senate In recent licenses to other companies for
Those 13th century barons would be amazed if days passed a bill to do just that. development in specific areas

they: were living today to know that they were The bill requires pollution controls for all such as wall coverings and textiles
really the founders of the English liberty All they
automobiles manufactured after the 19 Intended to do that day seven and a half centuriesago come to market. The same law would apply to screen with a design on it permitsthe

was to protect their own feudal rights. If automobiles Imported Into the United States. Ink powder to carry the design

they had known that someday those rights would be Control of air pollution protects the health toward an oppositely charged
,
granted serfs and all men and women, there Is a not only of those who are n the roads, but the en. plate or backing. Anything between .
great deal of doubt of whether they would have tire community as well. Action should screen and plate gets a reproduction '
anticipate of the design.\ NIM
forced John to affix his signature to the docu a critical problem. The House of UPtO r
Representatives Multiple colors can be used, but
ment.But should give serious consideration to the bill passed each requires IU own screen anda
Thursday, descendants of those same feud. by the Senate. separate "pass" between screen

al barons sat with rapt attention as a high legal Jackson County Jlorldan Marianna and plate For a sharp clear design ..
officer of Great Britain read from one of the four screens may be as fine as ISO ,err

remaining originals of the document. The honeymoon is over when you discover that lines to the Inch.
"John by the Grace of God King of England your Pet lamb to really a little Bossy UJa Ne I An en abeD .la a pretty fragile a
Lord of Ireland. Duke of Normandy and Aquitalne Cads Cheer-Up. 'thing. But because there wouldbe

and Count of Anjou", read Lord Dennin,. no pressure on It electrostatic

"No free man shall be taken Imprisoned, dls. They say there U more scientific know-how printing each Individual could put egg.a trademarkon

eased (divested of his goods, outlawed, banished today than eywr before and still nothing to grow
or in any way destroyed, nor will we proceed hair on a bald pate. Florida vegetable growers .and M

against or prosecute him. except by lawful judge the O. B. Labor Department win

meat of his peers and by the law of the land" . find something to think t about In
Other parts of the Magna Carla guaranteed security The ,Suwannee DemocratOF an article In the June list* of

to the church and the City of London but Farm Journal "Can Mexico
the one section above 1s the one honored by loversof LIVE OAK ITORIDAConsolidated Take your Vegetable Marketf I We have safety

the law everywhere.One "te ,IN n.rrt _/ A. S......... River FmU.y"Iltitabtidned It concern the Cullacan Valley's I deposit boxes stacked higher than that. A
boom tn truck farming en the
can Imagine of the feelings of the bewlg. few are available
west coast of Mexico opposite\ Use to protect
your valuable abstracts -
god and robed British justices sitting Thursday as BANNER LEADm papers
CaJlforn1a."Las&
tip of Baja
the medieval English phrases rolled forth 1..4 August 2. 11t1 ElltabJ1ahed deeds
: lug insurance
hbllabe. berp nan/. .t year. the article eon- papers personal)
P1s ..
"Given by our hand In the meadow which Is Louie Sing elude, "the total value of truck papers personal

caned Runnymede between Windsor and Statues C. Wad.worth... Editor A Publisher crop exports from the Cullacan letters old cOins and stamps heirloom
. in the 17th year of our reign" Clara S. Wadaworth ........ Associate Editor area amounted to IIS minion ? jewelry.COMMERCIAL .

John was such a poor example of a monarch Walter Lee Olive '"... Advertising Manager Most Mexican famer-busineea
that no British king since then has taken the George T. (Paul Wright..- Shop Foreman men you talk to here think. this Is

name ,Ik U one of the ironic moves of history that Second Class PoItap Paid A' Use Oat l'Iorida only a beginning
his) Image has come down to us as that of a farseeinc. BUBBCRIPPppBr i : BuWUlDH CouIItJ- .uo And they arent shedding any
RATES tears over Uncle Saab farm labor -
constitutional monarch when In acutallty he taldt 8uwann. CwntJ 5.00
was a conniving, tax-hungry oppressive fool whowent ALL 8 0N8 Payable In AdYaIW problems either"Important .

too far and thus was beset with his barons

demands tor the freedom in the Magna Carta. MXMBXROFFlorid. car People BANK
Your ear carries the world'smost -
Individual freedom, u illustrated each week .,.;
peas AModatioaf'COUNTY! Important people. Have Itsafetychecked
In the Boca Raton Municipal Court and everywhere bumprr-to-bump- I" I OF
across the free world, can only be protected UWANNB COUNTT'Chamber er: brakes Una steering. lights LIVE OAK

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r Qfff/rdeste&t to- == Nuptial Foster-Zcigler VowsThe I Miss Rebecca Lou WellyMrs. Wedding Miss Jackson IMarw Reveals I Here and There j\


home of Mr and Mn. Or "
,... The wedding plans of Miss A/lc and Mn. Joe CUndiff and ,
val
Foster In Oak Hill W. V was \!, j
the setting Friday May 14. for ".' Shirley Jackson daughter of Mr. daughter Drbble. left Mondayfor I
WOMENCLARA ::1.
the wedding and reception of their >. ..'J._ and Mrs Raymond Jackson are Spokane. Wash. after visiting I
daughter Sandra Kay and Franklin ... being announced this week. Airman Cundlff parents Mr. and
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D. Zelgler, son of Mr and Mn. : i Miss Jackson will become the Mra. J. D. Cundiff. Mr. and Mrs. i
S. W. J. Zelgler of Satsuma formerly bride of Bill Yesgrr. son of Dr. Charles Allen Jr. and son. Scotty -
WADSWORTH
Society EditorlIullDobbins of Live Oak. and Mrs Wayne Yeager of Val- left for their home In Largo I
The vows were exchanged at dosta. Oa. on June twenty-sixth after spending the week end here
eleven o'clock with the Rev Nor- at eight o'clock In the evening ini with Mrs. Allen's parents Mr. and
Happy Clovers man Foster officiating.The i I the Clayland Baptist Church. The Mrs. J. D. Cundlff Charles Allen
MarriageThe Hold Meeting traditional wedding music I Rev, Cecil Poltlvpnt of Perry will\ III remained for a longer visit

John Knox Presbyterian President Donlta Alford called was presented at the organ by II perform the ceremony Mr and Mrs. Alex McKelthen
Church. Orlando was the setting the meeting to order of the Happy Miss Betty Rons. al I I Mrs Carol Newberry. pianist and Mr, and Mrs W L. Tedder
for the marriage of Mias Alice Ann Clovers on June 9.Debbie Miss It.thel'1FoSter., sister of : and the Rev Oradj Brtnkley. so- spent the week end In Hawthornewith
Hull of Altamonte Springs, daughter Knight reed the Bible the bride was maid of honor 'lolst' will render a program of Mr and Mn. F. W Tyson.
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. lesson Darlene Chambllss and: Richard Zetgler of Palatka. bro- I 1 nuptial music.Attending Mn. Frank FlItch Jr., and children
Hull and Thomas Low Dobbin Nancy Dove led the Hag pledge ther of the groom served as best Miss Jackson will be Angela and Frank III left
Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas and Sum Smith the 4-1 pledge. man. matron of honor Mrs Albert last week to visit Mrs. Futch's
Louis Dobbins 8r, of Charleston RaW Mill read the minutes of The bride given In marriage by Smith sister of the bride-elrct.; parents Mr and Mrs Emmett
8. C, formerl jof this city on' the previous meeting. her father wore a white street maid of honor Mtos% Mary Jeanne Holland In Itawklnsvllle. Oa.
June twentieth at seven o'clockIn I Annette Boatrtght gave a dem- length dress of chiffon over satin. 1 r Steen of Perry, bridesmaids are Mrs. J, D Martin and Mrs.Louie .
the evening with the Rev. onstratlon on "How to Make Lem The bodice was trimmed with seed 1 rw Miss Nancy McKelthrn. Miss C. Wsdsworth spent last
Herbert Parson officiating. onade". Other demonstrationswere pearls. She wore a shoulder length I Joan Holmes Miss Olrnda Brim Wednesday In Jacksonville.
Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Clarkof given by Darlene Chambllss veil attached to a crown of seed r and Miss Judy Yeager slater of Mrs. Colonel Landen spent last
Sarasota served u maid of on "Let's Have A Party" and pearls The bride carried a white the groom-elect, from Valdosta week In Jacksonville with her
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss "How To Make Petted Rabbit Bible covered with lace and white da. Flower girl will be Kathy granddaughter and family Mr.
Marsha Evebixer of Forest City Salad" by Dumb Alford and carnations Jackson cousin of the brideelectfrom and Mrs. Salem Zebouni and sons
and Miss Betty Wynne also of Kathy Baas. Out of town guests were Mr Tallahassee and ring bearer, Osbrlel and Joseph Salem.
Forest City Matron of honor was Vice President Kathy Bass appointed and Mrs. Richard Zelgler of Pa Mitch Jackson cousin of the Miss Susan Brlnkman daughter
Mrs. Sibyl Rose Hull sister-ln- members to give next latka. bride-elect from Tallahassee of Dr. and Mr. R. L Brink.
law of the bride from Decatur month's demonstrations. For her wedding trip Mn. Zelg Best man for the groomelectwill man sailed Wednesday from New
Oa. a. ler wore a blue suit with white be Bill Cunningham of Tallahassee York on the Queen Mary on a
Thomu Louis Dobbins ST. aisessorles .: ,.. ., : ushers are Billy Jackson 1 college student tour of Europe.
served as best man for his eon. WSCS Circle Four Mr. Zelgler lust finished three : .s ,, brother of the bride-elect Dr and Mrs R. L. Brinkman
The bride was given In marriage Meet On June EighthCircle yean In the U. 8. Army and Is a .' ." Charles Pendlrton of Valdosta had as their guests last week their
by her father and selected Four of the Woman's So- graduate of Crescent City High Leslie Olson of Jacksonville, John son and daughter-in-law, Mr and
for her wedding a town of Candy ctety of Christian! Service of the School. Mrs. Zelgler Is a graduateof o w .;! Hethlngton of Jacksonville, Ronnie Mn. Raymond L. Brlnkman and
floss with an A line skirt The First Methodist Church met at Oak Hill High Reboot Hollum of Jacksonville\ and two sons of Rapid City 8 D. and
Jacket of Chantllly lace had a the home of Mrs W. J. Carmichael The couple will reside In Pa Junior Usher Andy Jackson brother Or. and Mra. Ben Brlnkman and
scooped neckline and was enhanced on June .. latka.Joseph. .:" .j of the brideelect.Mr small daughters of Raleigh. N. C.
with pearls and sequinson Mrs. Rich Capell. chairman 1 j... ... _-11- .; end Mrs. Jackson wltl!!! entertain Mrs. W, J. Nipper had as her
the front and down the back with a reception al the rul'.this week her sister Mrs.
presided and the devotional was Salem Zebouni Oertr 4e K. VTflt.r .f 'In'tor Rise,. ..
Ute
were self covered buttons The ana nees a.- Clayland Cafetcrlum followingthe Ullle A. Ollllkln. of Miami.
given by Mrs. Donald Burch.
chapel veil of silk Illusion was Mr Mr. and Mrs. Salem Zebouni of aching marriage .f tine daagater Rebecca U.. U Everett ceremony, Mrs Franklin Davis of Jack
held In place by a Candy floss pillbox Jason Kennon"Tbe Purpose presentedthe of Jacksonville announce the birth ('.,llIat.. Brtftlu..... ton .. Dr. and Mrs. Rarm.n4 U BrliAmanf All friends and relatives are Incited tonvllle spent Sunday and Monday .
covered with Chantllly lace program on of a son Saturday. June 12. In the UTO Oak. to attend the wedding and I'I, with Mr and Mrs. Jack
the Woman's Society Service"1 .
appliques and sequins The detachable Present were Mrs. Frank Brown Baptist Memorial Hospital In Tk* te,...* bride Is a native .l Ohle and m.". <. Winter lie,. reception White

chapel train was fashioned Mrs. Capell. Mrs. Parks Johnson ,Jacksonville.He : .n ten years age She graduated from Winter Haven High Reh, *.1 l
of Candy floss with Chintllly weighed six pounds and four i In Ult where she In vari.. .
Mrs. Dan Stalner. Mrs. Kennon. I participated srkol attlvltls. 8h. U aliening
lace appliques, seed pearls ounces and has been named Joseph
and Mrs. John Wiggins Salem Zebouni lh i rnlversllr .f I1rld where. she will mr4te .her B R. In
and sequins along the bottom of
the train. She carried a bridal cepUon was held at the John Mn. Zebouni Is the former Miss EdMaUtm Ihla A...... I. srhcol she was a Member .t the. Alpha

bouquet of white roses, carnations Knox Schwab Ifs!!. The couple Oerrt Howtand. daughter of Mr. Omtrrvn It 8rerly and participated In varU. '*rmll.rr and James B. Daniels
and stephanotU. will reside at 1WJ South Jefferson and Mrs. Edward lowland of this ta..... aetlvlUes Sae Is a f.mm.nleant mt St. ....I.. CR'NVM

Following the ceremony a ,.- In Perry. city. Church In Winter Haven.
Tb .r.B..,Uve mom gradated In IIS mill Bawsniie

Camp Counselor Ill,.. lit....l when. he participated In various srk.*l rllvlll*.. He Funeral HomesLIVE
THIS COUPON MATTRESS Jimmie Decker former residentof U"tlI4 the 1'nvenlly ., dada when "e reerivtd a B n. In Bud-
WORTH $1.00AND this city visited his parents. lieu A4mlnl.lrall"n In INI. II. U a member .f rill Gamma Delta
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Deckerof Fraternity, held vartovs NMlUons In *4.d.nl '.'<<1t..nl. wetted OAK and DRANFORD

UPHOLSTERY; WORK Nashville Tenru last week after .. Oater Or_l and was a member .( HrMa Blae Key Hs.akrr*'
completing his freshman year BII...... II* U new wcrklng l..ard. matter's degree In Now have two radio-dispatched
s >* msIbm. oxygen-
MATTRESSES RENOVATED ...?................. 12.50 at Tennessee Technological! University -
II. .. a momWr .f the' nnt MrUicdlit (harth' .f U,. Oak ambulance
INNERSPRING MATTRESSES .................... $22.50 CoobUI.'M. before The wedding ,,111M. .r equipped on call twenty-
leaving for Camp Rockmont For event AUIHH* twentieth' at All Halnl'sEaW
(PICK UP AND DELIVERY TUESDAY ONLY) Do,.. Black Mountain. N. C .s.l Cfcirrh In VTInter Park four hour each day in both Live Oak

where he will serve as a senior and Branford!
TUCKER MATTRESS CO. counselor for ten weeks this turn-
mer Harold DavM' Skeet II KohcrxonTuylorFamily

1&48 3. Jefferson St. Perry Florida Mr. and Mn. Harold Bkeen of Hriinltm .CALL DAY OR NICIIT_
Ikewe "MT ..b...44J Nw) Uve Oak announce the birth of a
-- The Robrrton Taylor Reunion LIVE OAK DRANFORD
son Tuesday, June I. Lakeshore
will be held Sunday at the VFW
Hospital In te CltrII '
362. 3333. 'Q35.,4JOO
Home In Jaiper.Mt .
GET READY .. .....,. I, wvlfheit seven'pawn: U and ., .
FOR THE BIO ,- M.ees ..d n.-A. -, -- mmm*.a"uwe f, ..,_ 'el ". ".J,'"u. DANI R. ir.D.-' ;-
has been named Harold David either family are Invited to attend I ,
Stem H and bring a basket lunch

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PAGE FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
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THE OLD HOME TOWN -at..1-B STANLEY
Check Over Signal Equipment I Weather Outlook r

HOMEMAKINC HIGHLIGHTS i yf1"

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MISS IDA JO HARRISON Near NormalThe
Home Demonstration Agent YESTERCVW THETf WENT
Thirty Day Agricultural D0WAIST BM-WONDER HUHj
Having trouble with mildew strain remains bleach with lemon Weather Outlook for the period (VVHY THey CANT MAKE UP THEIR
problem? This wet, damp, muggy juice and salt, sodium perbo- mld-Jnno through mid-July for VjHINDS; WHEies TO sr E 4D LOOK WHO
weather la really conductive for rate bleach (available at grocery South Georgia Southeast Alabama i THB SUMMER: FOLLOWP4GTtDAY
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I the growth of mildew and It stores), or a dilute solution of sodium and Northwest Florida is- !
can be a nuisance hypochlorlte or other house- ( wed by the Weather Bureau Advisory
Mildew Is caused by molds hold chlorine bleach. Agricultural ..Meteorologist -
which grow on anything! where it Lemon juice and salt: Moisten Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment -- iVV
can get food. They exist In the stain with a mixture of lemon Station Tlfton. Ga.,
air and usually develop In buggy juice and salt Spread in the sun : Jane 17. 1965.TEMPERATURES.
summer weather, especially In to bleach. Rinse thoroughly and k during the
closed houses. These molds flourish dry. Use this treatment with care next 30 days are xepected to average rw '
well In damp, warm, poorly on colored fabrics. near normal over Northwest
Aired and poorly lighted places. i Perborate bleach: Mix sodium Florida and Southeast Alabama
Mildew can cause considerable perborate bleach and water1 and near or below normal over
damage and often leave a musty I tablespoon bleach to each pint of 4 South Georgia. Dally mean temperatures
odor. water. Use hot water If the fabric sae nar will average between 78 I
One of the beat ways to keep will stand it; otherwise, use luke- and 82 degrees Daily maximum
mildew under control Is to preventIt warm water. Sponge stain with solution temperatures should average between
from developing by eliminating or soak stain in it. Or ley .. 88 and 93 degrees with afternoon
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the causes. sprinkle powder directly on the temperatures reaching 95 .r
Pint, keep things clean mil- dampened stain. Let solution or Colonel George Dale commanding officer of the 337th Signal degrees or higher on 5 to 7 days
dew grows well on soiled articles. powder remain on the stain one- Depot (right), and IX Colonel Robert Tattle (left), both of Ur Daily minimum temperatures will
Secondly get rid of dampness half hour; then rinse well. Repeatif Oak. are shown checking over a piece of electronic equipment dar average between 69 and 73 degrees
try to control causes of damp- stain remains. Before using sodium Ing rammer training of the S37th at Tobjrhanna Army Depot. with no temperatures below 60 degrees. Taxes Over Billior i Half For Year
ness. The air with high moisture perborate on colored fabric, Tobjrhanna. P .rlvanla. This .to the second year the 337th have ,
content Is an ideal condition for test It on a sample of the fabricor talon their summer training at Tobyhanna. and will return borne RAINFALL during the period Taxes and other revenue collected $360.900.000 in fees license and
mildew' growth. on a seam or hem or garment Sunday, June 27.Invention, mid-June through mid-July will by the State of Florida and miscellaneous general! revenue Third, ventilate house when out- to see if the bleach will change vary widely from place to place together 8 per cent).
governments
aide air Is drier than inside. Be the color. but should average between 3.00 by local during the "The amount the state and local
sure to dry all clothes, shoes, etc. Chlorine bleach: Dip stains on Of Honor and 0.50 !inches Rain is expected totaled $1,619,200.000 the Florida State governments spent in Florida
well before placing closet. Open undyed cotton, linen, or rayon Paper Brought to occur mostly as late afternoon post fiscal year, pointedout was greater than the amount collected
of Commerce
closet door and drawers for circulation fabric in a dilute solution of sodium and evening thundershow- Chamber and came to a grand total
of air. Fourth, dry the hypochlorlte, or other To Creator; Death Threat To OthersThe eri on 10 to 13 days during the in Its Weekly Business Review of 1927400000. The difference
air If possible this could be fora household chlorine bleach as directed period. released yesterday, between receipts and expend
abort time with stove or heater. on the container. If the invention of paper in 105 Iin Baghdad; others appeared In SUNSHINE during the next 30 "An eleven per cent gain over hues (or $308,200,000) was partly
Then open doors and windows to stained fabric Is colored, first test AJJ. brought honor to its creator Spain and Sicily. days is expected to average about the 1963 fiscal year was registered supplied by the federal govern'
let out warmed air that has taken the bleach on a sample of the and the promise of death to By 1268 paper was being manu- 80 per cent of possible with one or by this state-local collections ment and partly by borrowing\
up moisture. Use an electric fan cloth to be sure It will not change foreigner who sought the secrets factured In Fabriano, Bologna by SOIL TEMPERATURES are ex- figure in Florida compared with "Outstanding debt of these governments .
to force it out quickly. the color. Never use a chlorine any to its manufacture. Artisans 1282, Cologne In 1320 and Nuremberg two periods of extended cloudiness an 8 per cent Increase throughout In Florida totaled $2;
For closets or other small areas bleach on silk or wool. Some fabrics who made it and scholars who 1390. Paper by 1400 had re pected to level off at yearly highs the nation. 547,900.000 on July 1. 1964, up I
burn a small electric light in them treated with a glazed embossed used it alone were privy to its placed In great measure, parch during the next 30 days Four inch "The state-local collections in per cent over 1983.the same as the
continuously. wrinkle-resistant, or oth- the American Paper In- ment. But it was to be another bare soil temperatures will vary Florida were made up of $480.- I national increase Cash and security .
Fifth get rid of musty odors, er special finish are also damagedby stitute process notes in its new quarterly 200 years before paper was manu- sharply with soli moisture but 500,000 in all types of property holdings by the state-local
and, last some articles and cur- chlorine.A publication paper people, products factured in the Colonies at should average near 80 degrees in taxes (up 4 per cent); $777300.000 governments In Florida gained 14
faces can be given special care to and progres., Wlssahlckon: Creek, near Philadelphia wet soils to between 85 and 95 in other levies usually called con per cent during 1983-64 and aired
help prevent mildew. treat for the kids or for adultsin Its development reportedlycame by William Rittenhouse degrees in the progressively drier sumer taxes (up 18 per cent); and at $1.781.600.000 at years end
By following these precautions, family as well as visitors are about when Tsai! Lun, a' and William Bradford. oils
many of the problems with mil- Paxton Yummy cookies. Mrs. A. eunuch In the court of Ho TI, em-
dew will be eliminated. W, Ward shared this recipe withus. of Cathay, was ordered to
like to it. It Is peror A For
You might use devise and produce a writing material Thought TodayBy
Remove the mildew as soon as quite tasty and will be a treat for that would take the place of
It is discovered. Don't give the the sweet tooth! strips that were clumsy, BRODY C. HARRIS
bamboo
mold growth a chance to weakenor 1/2 cup butter (or hydrogenated and slllc that was expensive. He nt
rot the material. fat) a process that was simple t eJ "Man's inhumanity to man makes counties
Brush off any surface growth 2 well beaten came upon "
eggs that revolutionized thousands mourn.
and product
a
outdoors to prevent scattering the IVi cups flour communications, spreadingfar 1 I + I Ii41 rI
mildew spores In he house. Sun 1 teaspoon baking powder and wide the knowledge and ,y In these troublesome times when directly, or
and air fabrics thoroughly. If any 1 cup sugar (1/2 brown. 1/2 culture of his nation. One court Indirectly wt have all felt the ravages of war andthe
mildew spots remain, treat washable white) had a library of 50,000woka suffering it brings it might be well to count
articles as described below. 1 teaspoon vanilla official our blessings. There is so much to be grateful for
made of paper. + Blessed ls he who U healthy and
Dry clean non-washable articles. 1/2 teaspoon salt length c gase upon amlllnf
The precise nature and ( faces. Blessed is he also who can honestly say thaI
Wash mildew-stained articles at Cream butter, then add sugar
I of his labors are lost to history 5 he is giving forth his best and sharing his happlnt
once with soap and water Rinse and beat thoroughly. Add eggs, but there is no doubt that he l with others. Life is so simple and so beautiful when
well and dry In the sun. If any vanilla (then sifted flour, salt and inaivM-d all of the existing methods the proper spirit accompanies life Itself So leti
I. ;;; and raw materials known to fI. I all give forth the good word and a helping! hand

I Cathay (or China, today) In his FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
after numerous -
,
Finally
search. r
l
1 Suwann Residents
County
experiments he arrived at the
technique of ahreddlng the bark
BRODY C. HARRIS
i of the mulberry tree mixing It
with/ mlnut tnfaunttM ot Jln.nand Licensed Funeral Director
scraps of hemp, all saturatedin
water. lie then beat this mixture

more truck for buck until most of the water had ( s 4? SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
your been extracted,and laid the flat,
smooth sheet In the sun to dry.
TOWN AND COUNTRY For his ingenuity, he was elevatedto .' ftlto. 625 s. Ohio Areno-
the rank of Marquis, in 114 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
MOTORS, INC. A.D. "Herb, you left your toothbrush on the washbasin

U.S. 129 North Live Oak Fla. papermaking Cathay was industry the center until of the the again! PHONE 362.1234

middle of the 8th century when
the Muslims In their iweep thru
NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION Western Europe and penetrationInto

COUNTY TAX ROLL Asia, captured a complete pa. Dem Skaters Sho Gittin Bad.

permaklng factory in Samarkandin We make all Aluminum screen for all type win.* STUMP BROTHERSCash
Notice is hereby given that the County Assessorof 751. The facilities were turnedto dows. We also have all Aluminum Screen doors
Taxes will meet with the producing paper for the Invader ,
Board of County Commissioner also wood screen doors.
11. A. D. a pa-
later in -
and, -
of Suwannee County, Florida, at the established We repair all types of aluminum screens
Clerk's Office in Live Oak at 10: a.m., July 12th, permaklng plant was CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE FOR & Carry Building Materials

1965, for the purpose of hearing complaints and receiving SCREENS OR REPAIRS.
testimony as to the value of any property Cant Of Thanks Phone 242-5566

real or personal, as fixed by the County Assessor of We wish to express our thanksto Langford Builders
Supply 300
Taxes, or perfecting renewing and equalizing\ the Rev Koons. Rev Berry the S. Patterson Street

assessment of said County for the year of 1965. American Legion, the VTW, and llelmuton II&.. 8.E. "'hone" KS-SM VALDOSTA GEORGIA
Board of County Commissioners all friends and neighbors for the
Suwannee County Florida flowers prayers, and thoughtfulness -
,
ATTEST: during the recent illneas and 4 x8 x W" Interior Plywood C 2.50

Curtis G. Humphries, Chairman death of our beloved husband and Per Sheet _
B. Motte.
Lavaughn A. Sessions, Clerk father The Charles Charles B.Motte Family 4 x 8 x ft" Interior Plywood
Wm. Hubbard Gray Assessor Per 6.10Full
Sheet
6-7 _.
baking powder). Mix, well and
spread In a pan. Mixture should Thick Insulation. JO
be 1/4 inch thick. Then spread In Florida, Per M 4Z.UUW
the following on top: *
t egg white beaten soft after golfbeer's Treated Sheathing ff flfl

PLEASURE BOAT OWNERSAll 1 white cup sugar) (1/3 brown. 1/3 the Per M ..........._..,,.._,,..._, _. .
one. '
1/2 cup chopped pecans, coconut .. 4 x S x 3/S" Sheetrock
or other nuts can be used Lail 1
Per
pleasure boats propelled by machineryof Beat egg white stiff add sugar for good taste, Sheet _

and beat until stiff: fold In nuts "
Common
MORE THAN 10 H.P. must be regi and spread on top. Bake at 400'F. good fun Nails n JJ.OUKey PAPer
about 30 minutes (The pecans, Keg _;....

tered! with the Tax Collector's office on or coconut can be pressed It on top
with a fork.) 425
before June 30.COST N Knob Lock ___

ATHLETE'S FOOT Bird 23$ lb. Asphalt Shingles "
HOW TO TREAT ITAlr ,6.95
i Per Sq. ..... I
OF REGISTRATIONLess iM4rrlM T-4-U r... tIwM .....
to ., Mk, hwrntof aihM: .
!. S *. S *'*., htatal ..:. 4 x 8 x Uprtf.. Majh.
than 12 feet in length...........$! plus 50 cents .... Taw *M k HIA1.THYI.a. paneling 4.80
Per
.. .. Sheet .
II .
..., .,. .,,
H.TO
12 feet or more and less than -:--
16 feet in length.. ,.. .. 50 cents rn r'uvi OAK MUQ OX| Is1s a .-, .... ... .
.. .......,......$5 plus DKUQ k> J.yw, .. ..\ "" I2X12Vinyl Asbestos Tile 10
16 feet or more and less than Each .. .10
26 feet in length..,.....,..,..,...........$1 0 plus 50 cent After a hard.played 18 holes it's good tosettle _
26 feet or more and less than Trailer HarborFOR down on a soft chair in the clubhouse 12" x U" Plain c.lotu Ceiling Tile 1

40 feet in length................".......$30 plus 50 cents MOBILE HOMES and add up the score with friends. Each Q

The law provides a service fee of 50 cents for the OTATX.INSPECTED APPROVED AND What better time for the drink that scores with '24 Awning Window

issuing agent. PATIOS FOR EACH ,almost every golfer-cool,thirst-quenching beer Each 17.50

TRAILER SPACETELEPHONE Yes beer's great to relax with, great for refresh.

SARA B. RAWLS CAULS TV AVAILABLE: AND : went great for taste. So whatever your port- THESE PRICES

Comer ., Bry. 81 and ., boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax F.OJL OUR WAREHOUSE
c TAX COLLECTOR- N. A... A**, afterwards with the restful taste of beer

Suwannee County, Florida HOWARD 0...362-3113.a4 WRIGHT Optwater UNITED STATES tcwtts ASSOCIATION me.p. (i) STUMP BROTHERS

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-165 THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965 SUWANNCE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE'FIVE

I Add New Dealership
.. Mrs. Allen Dies
'
'. Y i .1.1tllIVE
; Lifa'i Vll

+ A 111/R/ NR I./elf In Auto Crash;


Funeral Monday

Funeral services for Mrs Mar
tie Ann Barn Allen who wu r
ash
killed In
an automobile accident t
I three miles north of Branford on
U. 8. Highway 129 Friday night
ri I were held Monday afternoon at
2:30 pjn. at the Burlington
Church of Christ with the Rev.
I
Everett Williamson and the Rev.
Charles Fouraker officiating.
I Burial was In the Union Cemeterywith
y the James B. Daniels Funeral V : OAK'S fashion leader"r'
Home of Branford In charge ol
..:
arrangement
Mrs. Allen was a life long mi-
dent of Suwanne County and was '
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. .
W. Bam Jr. of Branford.
Survivors Include the husband iv
1:1
David Allen. Branford: a daughter .:
DM Uamn. left has added the venatlla Land Rover vehicle Sarah Allen. also of Branford: :
&. his Ford Tractor Sale ... North 110...... Avenoe. Threa vehicle her parents: three sisters Mrs.
I were dellverd here M.nday by Jalle Gentry, nest HarrtU. Patricia Martha Stephens Branford Mrs.I
DUon. and Jey Strickland all *f Kbigsland. Oa. J.hn ABtooa. Caroline Qaytord. and Mrs. Kath-I
tale manager. I* at right erlne Hunt Ft. Walton Beach: two
brothers RUuell Bans, Branford,
and and Robert Barn U. 8. Air Force I .
'UII Badford. England: grandparents, .a I
Mr. and Mrs: R. A. Sandlin Otter
to. HEMTH..J.1 Creek and Mrs. Johnnie Bam .
ridscoi I f g Branford. ', :.
By LESTCB Active pallbearers were Odell '
atal Barn. Glenn Bam. David Bam, \ al
nee Don Odom. John Barnett and
idl. About DiseaseWHAT Marvin Rumphrtea. _it !
rUr'm.. Honorary pallbearers wen Bill '..
Is Parkinson's disease TParklnsoalsm Too often people already fen Bjrkes. Fred Aderholt. Aubrey i- 1
t'tor' or paralysis rifled by nonexistent disease. Fielding Bob Fletcher Leon '
I disorder Hatch L. U Fuller Glenn Murray lie tN _- /
agltans a of the ar* unnecessarily distressed by -
M.- nervous system that occurs: In their own "bom mad*" disc and Willie Thomas.Ornamental 11
PIth middle or late II!.. notrfs. ,
It does not occur sa a pattern Physicians often are surprised 5
ee la families, therefore Is not conaidered to find that patients ar* i Pine Ir

1 la wsl! familial to be hereditary or they firm have la their a serious own Illness belief, even that .Seedlings Are PlantedJohn :,(-:- \ ,3iI / afI; AIt

_.. .
codear The dlse ase ls patterning their live around Hampton local Boll Conarrvatlon .
d r associated with such: false fears.How Service technician spent ;1"j
the first two days of this week .
tremor of the can these patient be
I hands which. In helped by those who surround Inspecting the 8C8 plant material : .
I advaae.dstages them center at Arcadia. The center has
g II I can fee Sympathetic understand a f been established sine Wt and ls .
dleabllnr.Arapid and relief of their emotional distress a vital link In the location and
motion oft Is a valuable contribution development of new and Improved d It I r' tL \
fingers, to flat r U w.. varieties of soil conservation II I :
espeelallr Th Important branch of rehabUitatlvo JIIIU1M.
Dr. Cslemaa b.i.th medicine offer Recently the 8uwanne River I
thumb and the them relief through acUv and SoU Conservation District was
or middle finger U referred to asa passive massage. and Mercls. furnished some ornamental! pine \ /11' 't
andsett. "pill rolling tremor. This was hat and ultrasonic vibration. seedlings for trial which were i \
named after the motion by Ar there drugs or new forms planted by the Florida Forest
or which pharmacists once mad of surgery for this condition Service at the lower site at Pal-
III friU by hand. No Unfit drug stems to be mouth. Also aom pyracantha ,
ill In addition to th* tremor completely successful In all were furnished for planting on "I ?
rr ensi there can be Iou of muscular cases.: OMnblnaUotis of antl the Admit Christian Home Farm. "r
power and a fixed facial exprtsfton. < spasmodic drugs offer great rs These shrubs will provide both
Because of this lack bet and control symptoms with food and cover for a variety of
of emotional expression th* In out producing permanent songbirds
teltirenc of these paUent ls cur*. s
mliundentood. I The past decade has brought \JM.v
Intelligent and Intellect are gent hope for psrklnwinlsm Geiger Family Reunion .. _
I
not affected: by th* dtMout.I with new and dramatic -
I What la the cam of Parkin I achievements A tlay piP surgical<>l"< 1'Jannetl July Fourth 4 ". i_ vaarn'f( ) '. *tn...*uff -' r 1,1[ .' fit .
son's disease! portion of the brain U located The tenth annual Oetger family -
The exact cause has not been I and exposed to subfrvednfMnprraturtM reunion will be held at Hart PICK UP FASHION LIGHTS ,
completely established. U Is bringing remarkabl Springs near Trenton on Sunday \ / *
uiprcUd that artrtc.clrols relief In specially chases" July 4. Prises have been arranged .
of Un blond vessels brain In e.... for the oldest man. the oldest .
Jury. exposure to tonic drugs This dramatic operation bee woman, the youngest child and BY VANITY FAIR 'I'
and heavy metals, may be ..... brought new happiness to may th mother having the most children
spomlbl afflicted with this Incapacttst piemit" as wed M on tor the
Infection like steeping atck lag dose family traveling the greatest. dulance. IN PETAL-WEIGHT LYCRA NOW AT 'tt
MM (r ( ph.UU*). sometimes trail Dr. Cal..... r"*)***! .
result In the reaping l the ..iU.rf.Jk. t* fnfWffettm. w.....,.... AP OXgers and descendants are '
symptoms of Parkinsonlsm. he riO ass rulers'asattna urged to attend. A plank lunch ONCE-A-YEAR SAVINGS TO % t?
- Are there definite symptoms to kit oclum when.'o'er win be served.Perry 25
which can be rocogniasd peiale 11II4 whew Char Muffle .U president of the
symptoms of this or any are ./ penal ",_t. AUrtn group and Mrs Ins W, Cameron
other disease can confuse people Poe,. ""wr. I. Dr. C.b_ to serve as secretary-treasurer. LIMITED TIME ONLYGather
untrained la dlsgiMMts.O an e! tau i anerger.tan.I .
( in*. K-M r. ,..1n&I,, 1M.) (Offtoo. ...*.... at M Crt Ki'.t)
up these pretty figures now before they return to regular price Such lithe, light

controller, they 'have a fan club all their own: and youll blow the day you join. Flawlessly

Come takeadvantage made. (in colors fresh as flowers, they flip through the suds and drip thcnuclvca smooth as,

new. So hurry in for the best blooming event of tho year! '


of3uicft's IN VANITY FAUI FASHION CO LOW TO MATCH YOUK FAVQim. UNOM
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< -: I fart .Uf pnnU. 8. M. L Pantl. N0W )I, L I(No shown:

hottest 11.,. t111. 0 NOW,8.15' Ri-f. $8.00' $5.95 tats. Ions l bf pentl,.
tihown with: Ewry Pod,'* Ors, Shown with j Nylon lace lira. n.,. f MM
A.DCcup r- Padded A. II, Cups n.,. $0.00 NOW $0.08)
year
NOW $<,95
MMiMfiMi,
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We're In the business el selling cart. Butt And right now we're having"

one of our greatest sale years on record. We'd like to make H even better.

That's human nature. And there's only one way to do that You know K.

We know it. It boil down to fMn you a bang up deal l on

any brand new Buick par Mt row heart on. And we've got them. CLOSEOUT

Rivlerat [1'dr.22S'.. Wildcats leSabres S.tart,1IId Specials.. In. an the .

colors el tht rainbow. Tops down or up. Se, took-if you're in the mood

to buy see a Buick dealer. H'B make N worth your while.WovUMt .


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BUICK CO. -UA 90 Weal, Live oak Fla. Nyl'"*i 0-r.v A.W Pajamas 8U,. $4.00. NOW ".DO

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,PACE SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 24, i



I: News From Branford Engagement Announced Personals Branford ILCo mm uniTY-



By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH
Y Mr and Mrs C. H. Brooks had = new
FiftyMile/ Event Planned Three Branford "F as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
I ; Charles Brooks of Jacksonville, .

I Boy Scout Suwannee River Raft Students Receive Mr City and and Mrs.Mr.Mack and Kent Mrs.of Clyde Lake Bcachville

Hall of Largo.
Race Begins Saturday At Branford Mr and Mrs. W. C. Bradley had
State DegreeTen as their guests Sunday Mr. and Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City Mrs. B. E. Spooner Saturday.
The Suwannee River District, Boy Scouts of America, Mrs. Wilson Bradley of Lakelandand filled his appointment here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll
will hold its third annual Suwannee River Raft Race again Chapter members of Future of the Farmers Branford of Mr and Mrs. Willie Sanchei had good services. Mrs. Day and son. Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs.
this year beginning Saturday, June 26 and ending Wednes- America and their advisor. WIN of Live Oak.: came with her husband. Martin Beach and sons Scott and
J. Bradley and Mrs Lena Pearl TIdwell Is vis
+ Mr. and Mrs W.
day, June 30. The race, which will consist of 50 miles son Suggs attended the State r Lakeland several Bandy all of Gainesville were
family of spent
down the Suwannee River will begin at Branford and FFA Convention held In Daytona days last week visiting Mr and ter. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
terminate at Manatee Springs Beach last week A Beach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs
W. In Jacksonville a few weeks.
Mrs. C. Bradley.
Departure time from Branford will be on for the remaining 10 Roger Terry Doyle Bell, and Mrs. Oulda Fletcher and Mrs. O. D. Beach was a business Johnny Kirby and daughter of
will be 10:00: a.m. During the first miles to Manatee. Bobby Koon received' the State H. W. Suggs and son attended the visitor at Tlfton Os, Wednesday O'Brien and daughter Mrs. Marie
four days, the rafts will go down Each night scouts will partici- Farmers Degree at the meeting State FFA convention in Daytona W. H. Tidwell was a visitor In Leggett of Jacksonville also
the river together and camp to- pate In conservation programs Bell represented FFA District II Beach last week. Tampa Saturday night. visited the Beaches Sunday af-
gether. On the final day however aided by employees of the Came In the state harmonica contest, u Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oresharn Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Cason ternoon.Mr. .
0 all rafts will be lined across the and Fresh Water Commission. and the Branford String Band, +4" and family of Tallahassee spent and children. DeWayne and Cam. and Mrs. H. C. Cason and
This event was held last year and made up of Victor Bradow Wen- several days last week: and this In,. of Jacksonville were guests son. Donald visited Mrs. A. M.
Hatch Family Has the programs, with the aid of dall Mellette, John Halloway, week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason last Oreen and family Friday evening
Father's DinnerThe movies, was termed very good. Wayne Rlckerson and Johnnie Mr. and Mrs. G O. Owens 01 Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles week end. Bev. Marvin Odom filled his ap.pointment .
Day More rafts are expected to par- FLasell represented District II in Branford announce tbe approaching Thomas and family of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Ned Spooner and at the Deep Creek: Advent .
Palmer home Daughtry of Mr.In and Mrs ticipate this year than the 12 that the state contest and placed marriage of their daughter were week end guests of Mr. children of Jacksonville were Christian Church near Lake
Lake City last Troops representing fourth. and Thomas. of his Mr andPine City Sunday
the took part year. Sarah Nell to Fred David Mrs guests parents
was setting for Father's
a Day Chapter delegates Included Bell,
observance Branford, Live Oak Aderholt Jr., son of Mr. and Sirs Mr. and Mr*. Louis Thirst of
Sunday. All five children Koon Gregg Schofleld and Jerry
Jasper and Jackson- night visiting -
Lake Wednesday
City Largo spent
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch Scarborough. Fred Aderholt. also of Bran I Level I
of ville have indicated they will enter Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brooks
Branford were preesnt for the rafts. The Branford chapter received a ford
occasion. superior rating in chapter ac- The wedding wit be an event
They Included Mr. and Mrs The Branford Area Men's Club Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes visited
for sixth
complishments the consecutive of Sunday afternoon J>ly ti. at
Leon D. Hatch and family and sponsors of Troop 90 at Branford year.Former. and children spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hatch and will serve hot dogs and soft three o'clock In the afternoon In Bristol visiting Mr. Anders I Saturday night
family, all of Branford; Mr. and drinks at Branford Saturday at the Old Magnolia Baptist parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited
Mrs Robert Hatch and family of There will be a fish fry for everyone Branford Church near Branford Anders 8r Mr. and Mrs. L P. Fortner
Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs. Waiter at Manatee on Wednes- A reception will follow at the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Toole and awhile Sunday afternoon.
E. Long of Atlanta, Oa; and day.Trophies home of Mr. and Mrs Fred Ad. Jimmy spent Sunday with Mr. I Michael and Albert Lepper of
Mr. and Mrs. Daughtry and fam- and awards will be Resident.Dies erholt near Branford.All and Mrs. W. P. Brim. Lake City are spending the sum
ily of Lake City presented following the fish fry. friends and relatives the Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wood of mar with Mr. and Mrs Henry
Other guests present were Miss There are three troop trophies to Funeral services were held Sat. couple are Invited te attend both Jacksonville spent a few days last Lepper.
Mary Schulman and Sam Fore of be won and each scout will have urday for Mrs. Myrtle Davis SO, A week with Mr. and Mrs Drew Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited Mrs.
the wedding and the
Tallahassee, C. D. Williams of an opportunity to earn the 60 of Lake City. Mrs. Davis l is a reception. x Holmes H. M. Moore Thursday afternoon.
Newberry. and Mr. Long of Jack- mller award and the mile swim former resident of Branford and k Misses Beth Ann Lepper and .
onvllle. All fourteen grandchil- award. has many relatives around Brtn- Branford Scouts Louise Hayes spent Saturday night
dren of Mr and Mrs. Hatch were Troop 90 of Branford, which ford J with Marilyn Olive. Furniture Drightner,
also present for the occasion. won the Scout Spirit trophy last She Is aurvived by .a son, Rev Charles Johnson spent To brighten aluminum .outdoor
river In a straight line and at the year, will strive to earn It again Charles and 'her mother Mrs Plan Wiener Roast r ,a. Ass vr Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Harry furniture, sand the surface to remove -
sound of the starting gun a race this year.uuuunuuau.a..uu.wuunu.uuu. Sallle Hatch both of take City; Lepper. the dull film that forms asa
a brother. W C. Hatch of Lake Boy Scouts of Troop 00 1 In Troopers James Fortner and result of exposure to weather
: .u.uuw..uut Butler: two sisters, Mrs. Mary Branford will hold a wiener roast Arthur Sasser of Pensacola spent then apply a clear exterior:. non-
i Smithy of Lake City and Mrs for the scouts that will embark Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. yellowing acrylic or butyrate Uc-
FORLEASE F Inez Perlowlch of Okinawa; and down the Suwannee River the U P. Fortner quer.
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two grandchildren: next day on the raft race. >r;
Funeral services were held In The wiener roast was original:
Sherrlll-Ouerry Funeral Home scheduled for Thursday night but For The Bet In
with burial In the Memorial Cemetery was changed to Friday begtnnln e.
: OR at 8:00: pm.
.. ROOFING
: u -- e CALL COLLECT:

SALEBuilding Branford Girl Attend recreation[{ Committee BIRCH/ SADlY-Bocco Freda STANDARD ROOFING
l-II Gull Congress of KdUlworth/ N.J. holds
; Mans[ Summer Activity birdie the Knoll
Charlene the h got at and
Mlsj Suggs daughter -
and Property of Mr. and Mrs. H. W Suggs The recreation committee for golf course In Boonton, N J., SHEET METAL CO.
Now of> Branford was one of 21 4-II the Town of Branford met Fri. with a 260-yard tM shot on
Occupied By club members in Suwsnnee County day night at the school to discuss the 12th hole. The robin was 211 So. Ashley St- Ph. 244-2646
to attend the Florida 4-H Con- and make plans for a summer recreational in Its nest 12 feet high In a ESflMATES BONDED
HOME tress held In Gainesville last wevjc: program Summer ae pin tree on the fairway. I FREE VALDOSTAS BEST ROOFERS
HARDWARE The congress was held at the University tlvltlei will begin next week.
of Florida. Further details on what the
& FURNITURE CO. Members are chosen to attend program will\ Include and hours J
I the congress on the basis of scOomplUhmant I for each activity will be announced ,
p ON'PINE AVENUE *.during. the year, soonJudge. ,I

Will Remodel, Enlarge, or Divide Card Of Thanks Sell License t

Into Small Smaller Stores or Offices s The family of Joe Spikes wishes All fresh water fishing license
(AVAILABLE IN AUGUST) to thank all the many wonderful are sold by County Judges or their! Been Wanting A Nice Spot On
people who helped them duringthe authorized license agents. A real
CALL tragic death of their son. The dent fishing license costs three
OR WRITERAYMOND flowers cards food visits' calls dollars and allows the license The Suwannee River All Your Own ?
GREEN and every expression of love holder to fish anywhere In the
meant so much to us. state twenty-four hours a day
P. O. Box 4489 May Ood bless each of you 1s and three hundred and sUty-flv
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA our prayer; days a year.
'\ Phone 3980669OR .Mr. and Mrs Joe Spikes .
and Family The Lake Wales Bank & Trust Suwannee Belle Estates
1.........e.nun.n..n..na.nn SEE YOUR BROKER la the oldest business In Lake
n.nn.nun..nn.w..wJ (Office Supplies. at McCrimon's) Wales and was founded In 1111.
16 MILES SOUTH OF LIVE OAK
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offers.. All Your Heart Desires e14 acre, 3 acre, S acre and up to
w. 18 acre plots S mules of nw Truly a beautiful spot! w.
are selling "The Old Saunders Plantation" in small tracts (originally
YOUNG HO 1260 acres).

A 12 acre park with cargo dear blue water spring in center of
..me. (U reserved for SUWANNEE BELLE owners... It contain a
boot ramp picnic facilities. electricity for camping, frills and picnic


GO CHEVRON tables.Also a 3000 foot -long Airport Runway has Been Built and Is

maintained Uk. a Putting Own I (We have .been S years developing
SUWANNEE BELLE ESTATES).


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when fill with new
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Free of course.
The motor fuels] custom-built for today's

J. can ,and for the way you drive. Try Many have discovered the quiet beauty of our place and now enjoy
." them-for power that' livelier, driving nice I trailer() (no Junkers allowed!) or nice vacation cottages!

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[ Pastor's Corner WHEREAS GOD In HI Infinite
Wisdom baa seen fit to can
from our midst to live In her
Heavenly Home. Sister Dorla Collins
By REV. JIM WALKUP on May rt. 188S. and .
WHEREAS. Slater Doris Col.

Radar First Presbyterian ChwchJany llns was a Beloved Member cf
Suwannee Chapter No. 49. OXB

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people dont want to this. the death of Sister
toibeaven. u win the sleepy head wh
Why 1* thlaT If, can't seep In the daytime. Doris CoUin ha left a vacancy
in our Heart and our Chapter that
because the Bible tell them
ply Heaven will be
a place when can be
It there will be aspect of hearI "our never filled therefore '!
lowly bodies win be chaw M
BE: IT
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which they don't approve of. ed to be like Jecua' glorlou body. That.eras.. .. Chrlatiana art k wl.d.. ., CW'. .... ..... .. 1a. .
that wannee Chapter No. e9 OKA: ,..... rram Uw km el *n aad put ewn..d ..._ wlllleg tile 0IrteI1a. IpIrtt victor, u.fa CllrIIIt. A. hill ,rew.
[he Bible teaches heaven The way to many people on earth extend to her Bereaved family oursincere "" OwTa laws (ttwrnlnff tkairtUMal conDwu ._ w e. a- Y N amt.rw wllk 1Jnd' law. Nd..p.r, Innn _I '. .......... 5.0d-
J be a place of actlYlty and aer.I. enjoy Ill health and deliberately aad mar.I -. *arlMlallwr to .....NMaonln.. sad. awn tII.peson.......awn at III.III atacaa tnf CkrtatlaaHamaiia gee wnr
sympathy and the o.de lawaKamana .,
there too pray a-M > 11 tile a.N-4onwd T.M. H
and are many peoJ abase their bodies through InactIvlty. TI4: T.f 14.
Tender Compassion of Kind and .I"A. OOLDL.4 .
with "tired blood- on thU oldh a TICXT: Kavalatlnn ., ,.
J gluttony drink tobacco Loving Heavenly Father will com
| who afent overly aealou etc. If
understandable why they fort sustain and strengthen their
$ut getting anywhere near that wouldnt want a glorious body
Faith. at the dedication
Base called wort. Heaven will Heaven will be I day ceremony Over 200 Foot Span
a place where the
BE: IT FURTHER: RESOLVED, marking the official transfer of
i place of expanded knowledge Inhabitant will worship Cod for that Suwannee Chapter No. 49, WASHINGTON the new revetment from the Corps One of the most spectacular
Apostle Paul tell ui that Injven ever. It's a chore for MIme people OJLa drape its Charter In Testimony of Engineer to local authorities, sight at Florida' Sunken Oar-
I "we hall" know even U to worship God only at Easter of Its loss. In mourning for REPORTEr Because of great damage 'wroughtby den In Petersburg, is a spreadIng -
are known. But too many and Christmas. Perish the thought III live oak tree 'which dominate
thirty days: that a copy of this Hurricane Dora last September
lie on thi earth cringe at the of worshiping Him all of the time Resolution be spread on the Minutes I the revetment was constructed, the entrance to the garden. Ita
ight of having to exercise their and fore vert Of course worship In of our Chanter,that- a copy h* SfESSARD I* HOLLAND I through the cooperation of our span Is more than 200 feet. It la
the fullest sense of the word dtesnt sent to the Family of our Departed I'alted States Senator Congressional Delegation, a* a lined 'with beautiful rare orchids.
irlpture *ay* that In heaven mean merely to go to church Sister and to the Suwannee security bulwark by the. federal 5w
frill see Ood face to face. The sing hymns pray prayers, listen Democrat for publication. Senate-Passed Foreign Aid Bill ducers of these fruit and vegetables government I shall return to Non-gam fish be taken by
frightful thought to tome,. to sermon, etc. True spiritual Committee on Resolutions I Coven Two-Year Period The have financed advertisingand Washington Sunday night trot line but may non-commercial:
ay.like Adam and Eve want worship according to the Apostle LeRoy H1n on. Chairman foreign aid authorization bill promotion campaigns through .e limited
trotllne are to :35: hooksper
|de from God. Have you ever Paul I* "presenting our selves u Norman O. Prottman I.passed by the Senate In a June 14 voluntary assessment, or aiiwisaments (Office gapplfe at McCrtmoa1) I licensed fisherman.
a bar or cocktail lounge living sacrifices: holy and acceptable Carrie Hlngson I night session following seven days If approved by two-third
noticed that the window if to Ood." And of course many a of Intensive debate was, I am glad of the producers to be made under
were any window, were I people dont want to give themselves to report, cut by an across-the- federal marketing agreement.
led over or covered with to anyone except to satisfy Federal Law Control board amendment of 1300 million Senate Recesses In Tribute To
curtains I". often won. their own selfish passion All migratory bird hunting A* finally approved by a1 20 Gemini Astronauts The Senate BEST MUSE PAINT
whether the patron were John tell u* In the Revelation regulation are set by the U. 8 vote the bill authorize the annual joined with all Americans andot.hen
not to offend the tender that heaven will be void of "cow Fish and Wildlife Service States appropriation of 13.34 billion > throughout the free world
|of u* tee-totalers Anyway ard, the faithless and the cor.upt. may establish a hunting season a sum smaller than either In paying deserved tribute to
pople act U if *c lng Godto the murderers the traffickers within a frame work provided by the budget request or the House- Gemini Astronauts Jam A Md-
| face would be a tragedy. In sex and sorcery the wor. the Federal agency. passed biD over a two-year I' Divot and Edward H White II. YOU CAN BUY
|Bible says there win be no aMpere of Idol and all liar.1. period, thus eliminating! need by declaring a 14 hour recess on
In heaven. Certainly thoae Fault list to the Corinthian tribe and people and language,: for authorizing legislation next June T. the date on which the two
carouse under the cover of read like this.the: Impure and they stood before the throne year Because of difference In Air Force Majors successfully
esa will be disconcerted at the Idolater the adulterer the of the Lamb. dressed In white the Senate and House versions completed their four-day. l2.or. N
''hoI OltKuaJ. the thief the greedy robe with palm branch In their the bill must go. to conference bit space flight Again all Floridian -
the drunkard the foul-mouthed hands." Our Lord Jesus said. Foreign aid I* always one of our are Intensely proud of the Important
))0 YOU HAVE. AN the robber. If* prima facie evidence "And men will com from east knottiest problem, but I believeour role our state has In the t d
cohol Problem? that persons who engage In and west and from north and Senate bill ls the test we have space program and deeply grateful 1ILLl
these activities wont want to go south and sit at table In the ever developd for the safe return of these
now have In Live Oak any place where they cannot continue kingdom of Ood.- This will be the Certain Excise Taxes RemovedOn skilled and courageous pioneer UNIFORM COYEMGITOUGH. r
| AA Group ready to to engage In their pet avocation. last straw for many. They had Tuesday of this week the The mlllkins of word and photograph ERWIill
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you rather go to hell which they 'will Senate passed the Excise Tai transmitted by all communications DURABLE 1
And then there to no more aspect find to their chagrin U also Integrated Reduction Act which will remove media In reporting
WRITE of heaven. To many this will than go to an Integrated these taxes, originally levied a* the feat from start to finish makeIt GIVES YIARS OF I HOUSE PAINTreee.werje
.. O. Box 591, be Intolerable. Heaven will be Integrated heaven. emergency measure In the de. Increasingly clear that we, a* a
LIVE OAKCONTACT In the Revelation John And aa you see, many people pression-ridden 10 and In World nation are gaining Increasing PROTECTION
R ays. "I looked and before my dont want to go to. heaven because War II. from a great number of stature throughout the world for
YOUR yes appeared' a vast crowd beyond I there will be aspect of heavn consumer product I was In FlorIda the frank and open manner In
bvskian or Minister man's power to number. which they dont approve of. In when the bill was passed, which we conduct our space
They came from every race and heaven they'll have to work.They favoring probes, and for the great concern
wont be able to hide from O d. which ls displayed for the safety
They wont be able to abuse their frrence. and passed by both Iloua and 'welfare of those engaged In
bodies with their favorite liqueur or ea on Thursday, the bill represents the program. Last Thursday the SWpHOUSE
t FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES! filter tip. They wont be allowed tocavort a tax reduction ef appro*!. President and the Congress paid
or sleep at midnight. They mately 14 i billion annually Th further honor to the Astronauts,
LEON .. GILL SR. win be unable to skip worship or President I* expected to sign It now promoted to the rank of LUulensnt -
,practice their favorite vice. But Into law Immediately Colonel and their families )- Bnuhea on...,.Covert uniformly.Driec .
Service AgentUFgAUTOFIR .wont of an. there will be no ".-p. Ball To Amend Agricultural when they 'were In Washington tough flexible. Sheds dirt
I ante but equal factttUM there.Bo. Marketing Act Recently, as requested to receive th* customary VIP and weather St.ncMIbt
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FARM UAt11LITYPOUO U you' dont 'want to (o to by Florida producer I treatment I attended the Wtttte yean
heaven my friend be most ... introduced a bill -HAIL "" .' '... .. .;. wad thai Ood 'win iwl fare you.' If enacted 'will amend u... ..rl'uUurJ bath. wt. prMfil for their giwtttoiar .- "
H. wW let you go just a* straight Markctlit AcrMownt "AM In th* Meats SlJerwin.W lljam, Co:
P. 0. ao 91UVt orricc Mt'iay* to 'D a* a martin to baa gourd so u to permit marketing orders Return To Florida A* this
OAK *... sss sew You and only you can make the applicable to celery. sweet corn, report I II being completed I *m West Howard Si. Phone 362-3075
choice. limo or avocados to provide for planning to depart for reman- LIVE OAK FLORIDA
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Twelve Win Recognition this often curtails major contributions as president of his Sunday School and Nicky M. Tsacrios will join E. McKeithen. Robert D. Mills, be fair to property owners here
of effort on their part.It class battalion headquarters of the William a Mills. Jerry W. New and at the same time comply with
The state officer will attend a 187th Armor In Lake City and will bern. Wiley D. Peppers' William state law.
Twenty-One Suwannee Youths la to be hoped that the state national 4-H Club citizenship serve as staff officers for the bat- H. Townsend Henry M. Warner .
legislature will come up with a short course In Washington next talion at Fort Stewart. Jr. and Richard D. White. No. 6Anderson's
Attend State 4-H Club workable plan for apportionmentrather month. Other officers of Company: A Privates first class in the unit
CongressSuwannee than have that three-man who will move with the .local unit are John R. Avery Jr. Wayne W. rooming house and
Federal do to are First Lieutenant Bailey: Kenton F Baldwin Jr., was later picked up by City Policeman -
Judge team it for them. camp
County had 21 4-H club members presentat No. 3 James Allison and booked
There must be some plan men of Spessard H. Boatrlght and Second Morris E. Burnham. Barney C.
the annual State 4-H Club Congress held in Gainesville good faith can agree on without State Farm Insurance, and paving Lieutenants Vernon O. Byrd, Hart. Elwood H. Howard, Jerry B on a charge of aggravated assault
j last week. The meeting began June 14 and closed turning to the court.Far too muchof the area. The whole parking James O Jones, and Walter B Kelly: Robert E. Peterson, WilliamJ. with a deadly weapon. Both men
June 18 The 21 were awarded trips or scholarships to our lives today are governed space Is filled and sloped to Con- Oliver IH.Lawrence. Shaw Joseph B. Stewart, Elzle were watermelon worker here.
the congress based on participation in county and district by court edicts not representative ner Street to cut off the flow of W Lee Is the unit's E. Williams Jr., and Samuel E. Thomas Pough was shot with a
rainwater that, in the past, has Worthington m. M calibre pistol at the home of a
events. law. first sergeant. Company: platoon
Twelve boys and girls from this Wllla Lundy for participation in It is hoped Governor Haydon flooded the office of Rich Capell sergeants are Arthur 8. Anderson, Jack: Oarrett Is the platoon sergeant friend by J C Black during an
county were among those signaled the state dress revue. Burns will lend the Influence of at State Farm and Olbbs Shoe Kartell I. Gross Jr. and Harvey for the recon platoon. argument over rough's wife
out for honors or recognition at Other club members attendingthe his office to a solution of the prob- Dept. A 13-inch slope from the F. Wiggins Jr. Staff sergeants Staff sergeants of the unit are Pough's; injury was not serious.
that highlighted congress were Cathy Hall, rear of these buildings to Conner BaldwinSr. William J. After being asked to keep on the
the annual banquet lem before the July 1 court-im of the unit are Kenton F, Donald R. Boatrlght,
the gathering. I David Paulk. Phyllis Howland posed deadline arrives Street will direct the flow of water .. Sherwood H. Boatrlght, Rob- Carmichael, Olin C. Garrett, and alert for Black, a Greyhound bus
Honored from this county and Charlene Suggs Sandra Thomas, wets to Pine Avenue. Lake City ert C. Brock Jr. Buford C. Butts Paul D. Langford Jr. driver phoned from EUatllle thata
the event for which recognized I Bill Cannon, Joe Hatch, Mervln Friday." I will leave for what will Asphalt. and Paving Co Is in Robert L. FIne John L. Goff, McDonald William H. Land and Gerald O. man fitting Black's descriptiontried
were: I Libby and Kiah Eubanks be the lilt for me in a long seriesof charge of the project.M. Graham John K. Holt Scott are the two sergeants in the to flag the bus on U. a 90
Adult leaders the Is building a 40 x 70 west of Live Oat. d
attending J. KirbY Troopers Hobbs
Eunice Allbritton, third place annual National Guard camps. J. Edward Howell, Roy L. Johnson. platoon. Holding specialists four
individual winner In food and nu- '' meeting were Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Already I have been told X can pre-fabrlcated steel warehouse at Harlod Lanier Robert L. Leonard rating are James E. Brady. Har and Tompkins and City Policeman 1t
trition demonstration. Eubanks. Assistant County Agent not participate In the parade held I the rear of Klrby's on West How- and Alfred F. Welch. wood J. Evans Jr., David H. Lee, N E. Mlzell picked Black up
Pam Par- I Fred DeVane and Assistant Home ard Street. As soon as the new sand specialists five in and \ M. about four miles out of town 1a
Bonnie McLean and on Saturday of the first week, but Sergeant Larry D. Martin Philip
Jean Meadows KIrby plans about .:30 1u
Demonstration Is completed
Agent addition am.
ramore, second place team winnerIn i rather would be one of the reviewing the unit expected to attend camp Odon.
the food and nutrition demonstration also attended. officers in that this will to move his appliances into the are Gary L. Avery, James E. Bar- Both Black and Pough are here
category.John I be the final official parade for me warehouse and remodel the Lynch pres- rington, Allen C Boatrlght. Ken- for the melon season from Halnes

Haas, second place winner Adjust your driving to road, as an active guard officer. ent store facilities. Harlie neth D Brady James B. Clayton, No.5 City.Black a
In the tractor operator's contest. traffic, and weather conditions. Bill Day who was with us for a of Mayo Is contractor for the construction Grady H. Colson, George .T. Johnson state legislature passed legislationthat and James are being held
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Olenda Haas, first place winner Remember, posted speed limits are while as a reporter-pnotographer! Milton E. Johnson, Robert calls for tax assessors in the In the county jail; Black charged
In the use division of the for favorable driving conditions resigned and left us recently which Little Jr. Benjamin L. Murray, state to comply with state law by with attempted.murder.. I D
vegetable demonstrations. only. means that the fine staff we have No.4 Calvin 0. Palmer Jr., Loyce Q. valuing property at Its full value 1a
Nanette Oreen, Marilyn Saun- here at the Democrat must carryon of the 337th Signal Depot. the Roberts, Fain Skinner, William B. over a four year span beginning No.1 1fl
ders, Jimmy Hlllhouae, and Aubrey in good fashion but short handed only Florida unit to train at this White, and Nolan R. Wilkes Jr. with the IMS rolL was designated chairman of the
Ooff members of the county No.1 while Edward Howell and X attend post; Specialists four include DonaldE. The Suwannee County assessor budget committee which has fltl
vegetable judging team, that was civic activities find the demandsof camp. Major Julius P. Crews will leave Base, Sammy P. Burnett Rob- said here early thla month that Harrell and Leon J. OW Sr, as
placed fifth In the state contest in their own businesses require I Saturday for Ft. Belvolr, Va, ert J. Clayton, Vernon R. Daugh- he would begin revaluation of members t
this category. more of their time, for Ih most where he will train for two weeks try Jr., James O Oasklns Jr., property In this county in October Resignation of Loran Tern
Claudia and Margie McDonaldfor cases civic work has a habit of No. 2 with the 260th Engineer Group Of Thomas M. Harris Cecil W. Herring and said he estimated here this from the board of directors of
participation in the Share The coming home to those who work winner in 1064 Tallahassee. Crews is the 8-2 of Jr. Jimmy M. Hobbs, William week it would take about two the county bureau was announcedIn w
Fun program held on Wednesday at it in Increased business anda In addition to club and school the group W. Howard, Morris H. Jackson yean to iron out differences and the June newsletter published C
night last week. more prosperous business; and activities, the :youth has served Captain Henry T. McKeithen William A. Long Jr.. George come up with value that would by the group.


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10 Swimming leasona began Moo- Western Auto beat North Florida -
\ J day of this week for children ret- Telephone In the nightcap
b'.t IsteiwJ In the first grade thla fan I with McMullen. the winning pitcher .
.tap .; through we 12. LcNelle Phillips, coring two runt on two hltt.Jernlgan .
apm to Instructor for the beginnersand scored two run for
classes are held from 9.00J : North Florida with he and four A ASa
'reId until 11:00: am. Monday through other teammate Boatright, Pos- '* I
lei \ Saturday.f ton. Bembry and Sties hitting
j | Clue two will be held June 38i singles.
I through July 1.Registration June 25 Ratllff Motor Co. win pJ
ed wilt be held at the play North Florida Telephone In
i pool Monday. June 28. for the 13Il4 the first game and Western Auto
Suwannee Tractor Co.
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age croup desiring to take
Ipre-auattflcaUan tests and lessons June 29 North Florida Telephone
I for junior life urine certificate Play Western Auto and
Classes win begin July 8 and con- RaUlff Motor Co. takes on Suwannee ?
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I tlnue through July 10 with a small Tractor. I

[charge of 8I.BS.I .

rJ Tonight. June 24. Suwannee '
:
01 A new diving board arrived thU Valley Coop of the Minor League i
ed week for the pool and win be set play Roberto Hardware the firs KHKUSHCHIVS PANTS-*** Levy, a tailor In Washington
ed 1m place this week end. game and Maaonte Lodge battlesDodge holds up the roomy pants to one of the suite NUtlta Karuah-
Dart.MODda.11lM. the r ordered made la Rome but didn't claim after he got
I FaUllve. swimming Imtrweter at the tern center U skews with a few ef the beginner. thatare
s little League baseball play be- 28.shows Suwannee Us pink slip In Moscow. The suit was billed at around $700.
Wing lessena fas CUM I at the city peel this week. Demeerat Staff Fhete. )
can mat Friday at the Center after Valley Coop vs. Masonic Lodge It will be auctioned for charity Aug. ?.
the first six games were rained and Roberta Hardware vs. Dodge -
lout Dart. the Lamar High School Band In elude American Patrol by Mea
I Suwannea Tractor won over Clay modeling was the highlight WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTor Gator Summer Houston prior to coming to the : dram the Finale of Tchaikovsky's
Bailiff Motor. Co. In the first Of activity at the Rec Center TDK University of Florida as a staff !. Fourth Symphony and selected. I
Igame 14-8 behind the four-hit this week and will continue member last tall mac he.
Band To At
fpttchlng of Cowter Both StapetIton through July 2. A bulletin board Suwannee Valley Livestock Market Play Other selections by the band In- (Ne, t c-u.... en rage III
and Brown collected two hit*. display will be arranged' for the .
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Udwards warn the kMtnr pitcherwith July 4 week end centered around Foster Shrine
I Alexander. Nott. and Fletcn- Independence' Day. Bale at the Suwannee Valley test price trends.
jer having singles and each of Dont forget that etiquette Livestock Market last Wednesday Sixty-one per cent of the supply WHITE: SPRINGS The Oator
totaled 111 cattle and calves, cleared to feeder.
up stocker account
them scoring. available from '
cane XTnlver
are still Summer Band from the
from the 14 bead sold the previous while the number of calves was in SPECIAL SERVICESJULY
slty of Florida will appear concert -
week. negligible
at the Stephen Foster Me
Trading was reported as moderately Cutter and utility slaughter
mortal on Sunday, June 37, at I
active with demand fair to steers closed at 00-117.78' while
good. Slaughter eow( were weak utility and low standard heifers pm.The 6.11
to fully boo lower. with feeder- went for 111.001".00.17UUb concert, scheduled In the t
stocker teen uneven In spots but cows sold for 111.71. outdoor skater on the Dank s v.A'
steady as an average. 11500 with cutters bringing the Suwannee River will Include
An other classes both slaughter 81140-114; and canners moIng .- selections 1 by Stephen Foster" who I Church of the Nazarene
LWt OAK FLORIDA PHONE MltllSAJalte and replacement, 'were too few InI I at 1100-112.00. wsa born on July 4. 1816. as well
8e-CalMms tOc-Tax bel... one or both wrek to accurately High canner and cutter bulls as patriotic- melodies. appropriatefor
the Independence Day season.A ,. 7:30 EACH EVENINGREV.
cleared at 8UOO-IIUO.
BOX OFFICE: (CMMKX 8C1ICDCUBatarday .
OpeM 1S:48-Mevte liMTareagh I I:-00 am. until 11:00: noon for High standard lend low good tribute to the American composer .-
Ju.dag Friday glass *;U Merle I:N those Interested.A calves sold for {11.00/12.00 and a will be Memories of. Stephen
few utility animals In this group Foster arranged by Lucien CalllletAa ne.r

TUtKSDAT-FUDAT-SATVaUMT.>> JLTB 2 -Il-II tether ban tournament was commanded 11600-{iIJ0. One an overture, conducter Rich
held last Friday with 12 eontestanU good water. brought 111.10. ard W. Bowles has chosen a contemporary .
entering. Dewey Fournelle Good feed.-.tock.r steers went setting of the Revolutionary -
won the tourney with PaIn Jenk for 110 7a-{1110; standards clear. War hymn Chester' by
WALT DUIftTY Ina placing second and Richard ed at 11740-818. utility grades William &hurman.Trumpet .
Sullivan third. Ribbons nN moved at 114.1!-117.00: and In- soloist Robert Foster,
warded the winner and runners fertars sold for $12-10.I4$0. assistant director of the band. will
The up. One low good heifer. went for play the Jlmala Pegulne with the
Moon-Spinners 817.28 while utility and standards band. Foster was trumpet soloist
A 4-equere game win be played were selling for 11478818.78We with the University of Texas
Friday morning at f::M.The game. ( 1 ('CWteeWI ran III txmghorn Band and director of
CARTOON commonly known ae poison". 1s
played with a volley ban In four AND MRS. LEON G. COOK

1t'JfD.\1'.MONDAT.TVRZDAY.WWNR1DAT. I The squares center drawn.U known on the as the pavement poisonrea. I ; / jr MODERN EvaAgelUt Singers MtsalcUnRe
lCNK n-U-II-II'"
AERIAL *. Leon O. Cook of Kentucky, la devoting full time to
APPLICATIONSpraying the work of .evangelism after fourteen" years as a sue esaful
Last Prtda,'. dance provided pastor In Tennee ee and Kentucky,
JAMS BOND. entertainment for 141. while a Mr, Cook U a gifted singer', sings solos and .leads the
., Seeding Dusting Fertlllslaf singing.
total 01 188 attended the one Sat-
rday night. ThU Friday The Prior to his ministry M pastor Mr. Cook served five years
a* Itinerant evangelist In the Church of the Naiarvne.
&D,," win play for the dance HOWARD MORGAN Mrs. Cook wife of the ..anc.Ua&t is an alto singer Utl.In. .&-
GOLD FINGER schedule for .... o'clock. her husband In ducts and also plIllI.Tbe .
PHONE 3'2.2018 UJ. 90 WEST Ill Cook attended Trevwca Neaarene College" Nashville,
Beginning this week the Center Tennessee and trawled\ with the collate ,uat"'.
CARTOON will remain open Monday through UVE OAK, FLORIDA III They are wed known ae camp meeting waiters.SEVENLETTER .

Saturday night escept for dsnoe
night and from 8-. .' Wed-
radar night for 'game time"r

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THURSDAY, JUNE 24
PACE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 1965 '

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Hudson Lundy At .
Commissioner Conner Says Completes Training Two Local Youth
TEC c o 0 .lax Naval Station

Florida Fares Well At Jacksonville Fla.. (FHTNO
Agriculture Get Degrees At June 7 Marine Private Fire .
Class John H.
Lundy
T son of Mr
Hands Of 1965 State LegislatureBy Junior THIS IS AFRAME and Mrs. H. W. Dick Lundy of
CollegeJack Route 3, Live Oak. Is attending
UP.. r- .
( Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture) Henry Sandlin and Don- o the Marine Mechanical and Fund.
I, amentals Course at the Naval
'review legislation passed during: the session end ald E. Bass. Suwannee County *A ncrufie mars DEAR Technical Training Center Air

ed June 4 reveals that Florida agriculture fared comparatively e fl, students at North Florida Junior ADDS ATMOSPHERE r I Jacksonville at
Madison, were among
well at the hands of the 1965 Legislature. College in who The course serves as an indoc-
the IB students there com-
Of particular importance was the approval for pleted requirements for the Associate trlnatlon Into Marine Corps 1V1a.

S3.546.000, to be spent- in the 1965-67 biennium on agricultural In Arts degree at the end -- f$1 m I 'LIIpNG tlon and a screening course for
at practically ; further assignment to
buildings of Term IHA a technical 1
every Installation around the tlllzer and Pesticide technical The two local youths received PICTURE AT OR : T1E lOOP 1ft CENTER' school for men assigned to themonth1 III t

state. The funds are to be avail committees. their degrees at a ceremony held 1 ABOVE EYE LEVEL SO PICTURE WIll active duty program of I

able from an $80-odd-milllon bond HB 673 Amending Chapter at the junior college Monday, ....... ........... ........_... .. ...... .. .. .. ......ALWAYS. ..... .....HANG..........STRAIGHT.......-.. the Marine Corps. .reserve I
issue approved for vocational S70 In several places to realign June 21Bass PHOTOS SHOULD BE ; -
schools, Junior colleges and universities. and update certain phases of theDepartment's is the son of Mr. and Mrs. MATTED WITH GLASS TYP SIN Griffin ,On Ship i iTo

organization Ap J. L. Dyal who reside on Route 5 NARROW FRAME I It P
Parrls Island, s.c. (IFIITNC) Visit France
While this was only about half proved. A representative of the of this city and Sandlln is the } r THIN InDING ORNATt
the amount requested by the Florida State's rapidly growing horse industry June 3 Marine Private First son of Mrs. Mamie Sandlln of (Ill PINTrHS9lotllD s mrosrncrr 'I' -----" usa Shangrt La (CVA 3g

Agricultural Council It was is added to membershipsof Class John II. Lundy, ton of Live Oak.Card BE FRAMED WITHOUT ; fFHTNC) June > -, Machinist'

the most generous allotment of the Agricultural Advisory Mr. and Mr* H. W. Lundy of GLASS-NOIIAT 1.j.jWATER Mate Second Class Winston C ;

funds to be made for agricultural Council and the Animal Industry Live Oak graduated May II, Of Thanks' COLORS SHOULD : f REtIDING XNCAVE) Griffin USN sot of Mr. PhinTp J
buildings In quit a few years, and committee. Ortffln of Route 3. Live
Division's technical from Marine recruit training at We desire to express our sincere BE MATTED AND : I :.ice rwl Oak f
3V times the combined total appropriated Seed Laboratory from visiting Marseilles. France si.
Moves the the Marine Corp Recruit Depot thanks and appreciation to the FRAMED WITH GLASS ; May :
for the past decade. Division June 8. while serving
Plant Industry to Chemistry Parris Island, 8.C. for their acts of aboard the
friends '
many I'
Also approved was construction and renumbers attack aircraft carrier USS
rearranges Shan-
Parrls Island I* the recralt kindness and sympathy extendedto .
at an early date of a new wing on Plant Industry sections, creates Card Of ThanksWe Versatile Separates'Remember grl-La. operating In the Mediter
training center for Marines Us in the recent loss of our
the Building, headquartersof ranean with the
Mayo some new sections and redefines US. sixth ITm
wish to our many when travel that
loved expreu
the Florida Department of Agriculture who enlist east of the Mississippi one. you ae
others. River A special thanks to the Rev. thanks to everyone for their many nothing stretches a wardrobe the
in Tallahassee. Moneyfor Changes the name of the Market
deeds during the recovery Pumping Helps
Travis Carter and Suwannee Fun- thoughtful
this project was available in Bureau to the Market News Sec. Land has been assigned. to way separates can. You can mix
who Injured Pumping the
sister was
eral Home. of our brakes of
the Department's General Inspection Won and removes requirement Camp Lejeune, N.C., for at least and match and as a result make a car
and especially
R. O. Collins Family recently on a slippery surfsc.
Trust Fund. fixing locations of Marketing Di four weeks of advanced Infantry Willie Wynn Jr. Family\ several ensembles out of Just a few I stops the car in a shorter distance

Following are some of the bills vlson offices to those prevailing combat training before beIng (Renew.. Your Subscription Now) (Paid Notice) pieces. i than when full pressure I* applied
important to agriculture In which In 1958. I
assigned. to a school or to a
the Department had an active In.Ul'llIt HB 1080 Provides for freer -
Marine combat or support unit

SB 201 Commonly referredto Florida Interchange and of other personnel states and between between lJQy ;i : .! MISCELI.ANEous

as a Meat Labeling Law, ap I Florida and Federal agen Stroke RehabilitationTo j JP -
proved. Requires that all meat cies. Greatly Increases the flexibility f I / I 1' PO FARMER
offered for sale in Florida that of procedure for obtaining Be DiscussedA 'Nny
I MONET
has net passed State or Fe1rnl or lending specialists in many continuing professional education liars at reasonable for your farm open.

meat inspection, bear a label so fields whose knowledge and experience program on stroke rehabilitation to fit your IIeedI. coac. Terms

stating. Also, if such meat is can be used to Increase for registered nurses In For Sale-Real Estate HELP WANTED 7,eara. CaD North l'IortdaU::
served in a restaurant, the menus efficiency of various programs this area Is to be presented at the ducUon Credit Asan 8 Ohio

and the restaurant advertising Protects retirement and other Suwannee County Hospital by LITTLE ADS CURB HBLP WANTED NOW. Ave. Life oar TeL 112:2581: .

must bear similar statements. benefits of individuals affectedby representatives of the Florida Branch Office Ages I' to ...0. Apply In person CI abl'-tl
Commissioner of Agriculture and Heart Association and the State BIG RESULTS
exchanges SUWANNEE RIVER A sir W Drive In. call tf ,
State Hotel Commission given en. There were a number of bills Board of Health on July 27. The REALTY Axxne BEAUTY SHOP

forcement authority in their respective in which the Department playedno event will be for three hours beginning BUY-8ELl-EXClIANGE 407 DowUn S. WANTED Waitresses,, Apply al Machine, ............... and cold
'jurisdictions. active sponsoring role during at 9.00: a.m. Farm Bureau Bldi. Dixie Orfl1. caJJ i tf wave permanents 1SftS\ OpeWba&enr .

SB 904 Adds $233,000 to Division the session, but which affect us Mrs. Grace N. tanning, program the purpose, ye. win Phone 162-1528 raton Ann1e H. 34U1. M7r
of Plant Industry budget directly and in which we had con. director of the Heart Association find Democrat olasslflede de WINSTON J. ROGERS Rents WAITRESSES WANTED Mud tie 14m.. and Mary Drew

to fight spreading decline In citrus slderable interest. Among these will represent that group the Job, quickly and weo. Speclallzln.1n Farm sir Acreage be over 21. Apply In person be- BottMght 'Il Ruby
two the hours of .12 a'
and Mill Patricia McMullan. rehabilitation Naha a m.
groves. are: and Leans Sanlo" at Annie's each Thur.-
HB 2079-An emergency appro nursing consultant, Hollda Inn Restaurant, Late da"
SB 681 Gives to the Depart- Friday, and Saturda.
prtatlon of f 155.000 to rebuild the ment for its administration one will appear for the state board. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION City. caeJ tf caaJ tI

burned down Plant City m rltet. half of the breaks at harness race Registered nurses in this area I:" PoM. Tuesdays FARM AND TIMBER LOANS NATIONAL BALES COMPANY-
Approved with the pavIlIon $103- tracks to be used for promotion of Interested in attending the seminar -
advised to contact MrsIvoree LOW RATE fOR RESULTS AVAILABLE: $85 to flOO earnings weekly fun
000 come from general revenue harness racing in Florida. Estimated are time, US to US earnings weekANY TYPE
For information can
N. Cheney, director of 344 cents per word with a or lee:
and $50.000 from the Department'stJeneral total about $50,000 a year; PAUL A. BYRD lJ part Um. Will consider men,
at the local hospital. minimum 01 $1.08.
Inspection Trust Fund. pules nurses MEMORIAL
would be used for added
women, and students Manager
be paid ID 4088. Ohio Ave
fees connectedwith (AU eluaUle4a man
There are no
HB 803 Authorizes the Department Q
and prizes at promotional races u. Oak 1'I0rtda' will train. Write Fuller Brush
adnnee.)
the seminar WORK
to inspect poultry for held in connection with Florida
Phone 362-1388 1422 8.E. Urd Placo, OatnNCIauIIlr4. ,
wholesomeness at the slaughter fairs ONE WEEK FREE 0 tf vile Fla. pd.J7 DONE
ing establishment. Approved. We had a considerable Interest Drive Too Fast ordered for n.

HB 1250 The Fertilizer Law. In the bills proposed by the citrus Many drivers are heading for "HIL.. nn the last week lree. WANTED L lady to work In Granite Marble, Bronze

SB 876 The Pesticide Law. Industry and assisted to get the tragedy because they drive too fast $4.08 win pay for a II 'w.... FOB SALE House and lot kitchen and I curb ,lrL If In- pha' ,. 82-3333

Revisions of both of these laws "package" approved because some for prevailing conditions. Speed advertisement 1M five week. 110' x 160' on 8. Walker An. terested apply In penon. Part-

were approved The amended Fertilizer of the bills directly affect the must be adjusted to road, weather Use SuwannM Democrat cw.I3.. O. Cannon at Cannon er s Drive In. Jasper H"'hw." LIVE OAK

Law requires deficiency Department. However, accord and traffic conditions, particularly n... for Proven Itnalts. Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 312- eajJ U MONUMENT CO

penalties to colntlnue to be paidto within the Industry enabled the i during light drizzles and 1817. caJJ U Watkina baa opening for man or Homer Sanford Rep.:
consumers, but consumers will
proposed legislation to move alongto at night lady to
serve customers In Un
furnish statement that paymentIn without undue
adoption
delay
FOR SALE
full has been received. Also, Oak. Write C. R. Ruble, Dep& PlIOTO COLORING IN! _
OIL
a
We
were disappointed, however, HORNE REALTY CORP.
atlons from general revenue that J.3, p, o. Box No. 2447, Mem
member of the Inspection Division in two bills whichwe Charles A. T.Ior. RI. t, Dos
appropriation failed to make the grade.If Tires and BRANCh OFFICE
FOR BALE: Used phis, Tennessee. P IS"
has been added both 186 u.. Oak
to the ljIf sponsored. They were: Florida is to continue the Tubes. Bargains for can 11. W. IIani 8. I'1a. phone 382-

HB 483 Proposing a revolving progress that our agriculture has trances, tractors All 1aes a..l1GEORGE B. DEES MALE IIELP WANTED 22SIJ.: ca.U Uable.

fund of one million dollars been making in Its contributions Some like new. Jlundredl Alate Are 21 to 60: good health; hour

born in to provide for Improvements at to the State's total economy, this to pick from. Barber'l Service Phone 362-1688 day I ay week: Kin. Muea SEWING UnllNl: CENTER

you were State Farmers Markets.HB most Important of our basic Industries Station, O'Brien3S-3535. Also 20 ACRES WOODLAND tlon lDth mel.: vacation sick DON'T P'U88 CALL ua

June of an odd. 1645 To provide moneyto will require an Increas available through JOur nelsh- About 1/4 Mlle Off Oraded Roael.leave.. and retirement bt'tlfm. SINGER
be allotted on a matching funds Write or see Personnel ManRler.Barber'
ing state Investment to develop its service station from _
borhood
numbered year, renew basis to counties for construction Bunland TTainlni Center P. O.and aU oUItr meta rebuilt hers
potential. Tire Service, .hole- 3 BEDROOM HOME and Used
drivers license of fair buildings, and operating Florida's agribusiness which Box 1150. OalnenU1e. J'IoI1da.N.w Maehtnee
If
1 your sale division. sari Good location 100' x 120. lot .. Needles Oil
funds of the Fair Committee. has reached a value of nearly 1
utility and carport, "0.00.
this month. room nt Brown St, Lire Oak, Fla,
Both used
of these bills failed of FOUR BILLION dollars annually FOR BALE New and fUOG down. FEMALE IIELP WANTEDfIb

> passage | now must pin Its hopes 'on plan,.. Prier Music Co., North "A Age :n to 14: food health: a hour Phone 362-2144

Reece BrownCOUNTY Generally, the attitude of legls. the next legislative sesslcn and Ohio An, U. Oat 362.2181. g0 ACRrS day, 5 ay week: MID. ueaUoft Mra. C. C. Travis. Manager
lators was favorable toward proposals the possibility that our state revenues caJJ tf .5 Acres In Cultivation 10th grade: vacation sick lave, cbej U

JUDGE made on behalf of agrlcul. I then will be' sufficient to MATERIALS The State 1'1. Mlles To Town and reUftmenl benefits. Writs _
ture. It was mostly the requests meet the USED
more adequately grow. Good Wat.erhole or see personnel Manager.Eva.bldg -
will receive
that would require new approprt Ing needs of agriculture Road on Department July 2. 11165 for the del > 1N ButldInE Sill* land Training Center P. O. Boa FOR RENT

mollUon or removal of the old $9Ax -112 Down 1150. OalntnlDe, Florida

Florida Welcome Station on U. CI fib N roR RENT 8peeN for 1DObIJ.S. .

41 north of Jennll\c. Equip- 160 ACRES SUPmn Mmes P1mtJ of room. NICe
NUB 1NO SERVICE
Complete Fertilizer ServiceSPREADER men' Includes a five ton air- Three Nice I1edroom Brick- Modem Han. Bald DOE for hoqJ&taL Excellent and c1nft. Good "D net.condlUoner .

and central heating TobaCCO Anotmfn' Com But caner opportunity with attraecoskmt tat. tor IIah1Dt and swlanmlfg.
For further InfonnaUon Yorpn'g TraUer Part US 10Lak
Location tin salary and trifle benetlta
Good
the State Road Depute w. Uv. Oat, P'Ior1da.' Phonemeat.
SERVICE CUSTOM Good PanD Land Evening and Nab' ah1ne a.an-
APPLICATION 1"1 ort d.. phone 182-201. pclcU 1..11
City $28,00025% Down able. Mail tuB rsum to: Per-
Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport, Prompt 151.3300. cbtb / eonnel Manager: Du.al Medical FOR RENT J-bfodroom Muss

Delivery Service, Credit Terms Extended So That Due Date Will FOR BALI: Poulan and Pioneer NICE J.BEDROOM HOME Center: Jacksonville, Florida on a. auwuuwe A,.. Call Paul

Coincide With Customer's Sales. chain saws. parts and nice. Modem Bath a abJ.a A. Byrd IU.U" er HI-Un.

Logging IUppUee. boot.. cIampa Excellent location Reliable eau Ulor
Terms.WANTED couple or
bows, ban and ehalnl. Repels (7500. 80m. woman te live In "
apartmenl"' FOR ROT Rooma 10eaWTJn'l
ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT most unaU ftIdnd. and natn salary for -
Saw II Enginnerns Service, 2.DEDROOM MODERN HOME compenOOIIftftlenU, down town Panh-
Berates Co. Good Location Ion to e ld rb lady. US lib at. kr Bou... CaD HI-2IU

QUALITY PRODUCTSMIXED 005 formerly Itb 8t.Electric Tour amaU engine nOUN Very Good CondItion Phone SU.IHI or 112.1071. ,dU( 2.4headquarters.
U
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I FERTILIZER PREMIUM OR REGULAR BAGGED-BULK cadJ U /Modem. Ttirou Bath A silos pIaee In town I. rest ..red5500

ANHYDROUS AMMONIA SEED FOR SALE: AU IdRa of tar WANTED a boule wash full strrew I.
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CaD HJ.ant ell' 513fl41.OtW
NITROGEN SOLUTIONS not to leak.
MOREA-LIQUI-FEED paulnns, guaranteed roB SALE: J-bedrooaa Muse caJJ U
FARM CHEMICALS SUPPLIES Brown Motors. ed.U U approxlmately 4 years' old ak WANTED Driver to Miami

DOLOMITE FARM SPECIAL PRICES on roses, bulbs, conditioned on large corner July 5th. rr.e traNportatlon. PuIaIu City Beach brit dupWl.

dahlia yellow lreorls ruined lot. CaD 112-1071. paJJ..I Phone 1I2-2U&. pa.JJ' .--.Ia'- 4. IU week $35aladb
t WE HANDLE ASCS PURCHASE ORDERS salvia and ea1adhlma. week' end. Pbont 313.1rif.

Patio and Inside plants. Phone FOR LEASE 114'5
1 J'RW BTORI: roR 8ALJ OR RENT! Sbedroompdj11.5
12-JUa..
III POR RDT L7eaa. coot traruTV -
honk- nice t\lIorbood. cable
roR LEASE e 1bOII.- or Loa..
wired lor air conditioner Iahe4 ap.rtaknl tarn romeroR
t13. 'nO E IAv.I. J bedroom
&u: Enclosed truck earpat and utility room. Bee c.apa.wl prt. Pbonen. 363
J. D. WUaon.131 Blatkburn A.... boule; .Wttte tlcfkn taytr,
2441. U
eaji
n.1oa.. T n. w*, I (
body 10 II.Pbono 30.1412. a aJ.I.tf 1ar 'ard. Write M. N..mla,
t It bth. for 14lI-2 eon Box 1314. JacboaY1Do or SIt- Apartment fa rent. IurnWwd.

II, WARDFERTILIZER Can be UIId f. hauling pro 4213. pdJJ 1-11 Can be aeon en the old .JaIpI't''
I1ft8tock. coT1UILIR: OWNERS
dmeloN, ell' Road ell' caD IC'nt.taJ211. .
lonial House Rntaurant. phone LOTS rove 8ALJ:
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... cbbd I-I OOOD TERMS. Priced "IS J"- -AnhnriotIww pall

OUTSIDE ct1T (but clop In) TOR BALE )114CENItY RDlODELm J-

.,'1 I'OR SALE 10:feet- Ell'long good oak church eon4I- PAULA. BYRD, Realtor and beater-, $150.Mereuay can 112..radio.... hemoo.n boI.Oft paved read
) pews, 401 a. OhIo Ate "orUwu& of LIYe Oat. Oudevatlon
available June 21. Met o- .ij0Chureb
Lve Oat. F0otlda IIIe II MInd. 120 per 8IdIULftx14a.
did meb Sprints PhoDe sa-1m FOR a.u.K INO VoWse.eR Wrtte T. A. IkkgaL I.n QrtD-
% Sensate Butler, nr 5ft(1r b'itSM .
fOKitly' IUD Road JacUanf1De. J'Iartda.ebJJ
COMPANY phone 454-1170 or 454-13ss. 1./ $351. Call. Pvte Shoe Dee 1'1& nU U

FOR 8ALJ: TO acre farm 3 nl.l4ll. JJJ S-T
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FOR RII'fT: 8Iore buIJdInI In
Phone 935.2101 Branford Florida I'OB SALE: Peanut" Hay 120 bedroom hones highway troD&- Ute Curb Car Side WhIte IIprirI! Willy"per
lB.
&oD. CaD 162-2M4. S aJH an on VA 1. ane.-th
AIwan ferny twy dd4.... ... W. f.OR -
8A1& A few tobacco &ra1I- of Uve Oak Cd &atwdaJ from eater and lnrw a parted Tedder. LIft O.t cIW 1-7
ear
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(9f g/f :t/le4i f == Entertained Veterans, Auxiliary 1. SALLY'S i SALLIES Heavenly-Flavored .Dish


Mr. and Mrs Harry Belford of I

Suwannee Oak Barracks entertained 1163 member Veterans oLive tJt 1G -Deviled Crab De Luxe

of World War One and Ladies II
AIKI DtNHOrrWB
Auxiliary at their home located ly
near the mouth of the Suwannee have some fish tare to M.CTC: CHEESE: CLAM DIPS

River last Saturday.No c. cream cheese
day.The
CLARA S. W WADSWORTH Society Editor business was conducted the first recipe I* for a dish (about Jib.)

day WM spent fishing. that's Just about the beat S e. crumbled Americanblue

I Mr. And Mrs. Walker Feted Sunday Afternoon The hosts served crab claws In 44N'W WY deviled crab we've vr tasted cheese (about 1 lb.)
butter 1H e. minced clams
sauce and charcoal broiled DEVILED: : CRABS DC LtTUBtt :
The Blue Room of the Suwannee and ODe end was the crystal fish to the guests : e. butterS 4 tbsp. chopped onions

Hotel was the letting Sunday afternoon punch bowl and at the other an / \ tbsp flour 1% tap Worcestershire sauce

for a party honoring Mr. epergne arrangement of pink and Mra. Black Honored r.112 6 2 tbsp. prepared mustard Combine cheeses Add remaining .
and Mr*. Andrew Walker formerly red roses with pink tapers. Silver % tap paprika Ingredients, mixing
of HawaU and who have recently trays of hors d'oeuvres, coupes, With Picnic SupperMrs. finch each of nutmeg, thoroughly. Ben with cracker .
moved to Suwannee County dips petit fours and compotes Irby H. Black, who II -'' cayenne pepper potato chip or touted
to make their home when Mr. of mints and nuts were on the leaving JJils week to make her. and pepper bread round Bern 29.
and UrL Winston Roger entertained table. home In California WM honored I 1 .. milk TUNA SUFFER FAVORITE

for them. The antique sideboard was with a picnic supper Sunday afternoon 2 e, crab Hakes 1 c. whole or pitted
Floral design of rose and graced with a center arrangementof at St. Francis Xavier )fc tag salt ripe olive
gladioli accented with greenery pink gladioli flanked with silver Cathollo Church by members of 2 tbsp. chopped parsley i tbsp. butter or margarine,
WM placed around and at vantage candelabra holding pink the church.A 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tbap. flour
place In the room for the occasion. taped three-tiered white cake em 'U e. buttered cracker 1 e. milk

Mrs Lawrence Rogers and Mr. Domed in yellow and green WM crumb I H tap salt
The tea table WM overlaid with and Mrs Raywood T. Hall greetedthe presented to Mrs. Black by Mr. >t.lt butter and add flour and M U. pepper
an imported lace and linen cloth guests at the door. Claude McDonald. The top tier of 1 1C Masoning Stir thoroughly and U Up. paprika
the cake WM decorated with a add milk Cook (stirring constantly 1 tbsp. grated onion
yellow Rosary and the bottom ) until mixture thicken 1 (4-oa.) pkf. potato chips
Soup Springs A SurpriseAs tier WM inscribed God blear you .. Remove from flame and add I 1 ( H cap can tuna
always crab flakes, salt parsley and Cut olives la quarter (after
I Following the supper the hon I r...r..... -...- ..., tot vu...... ..,--.1 lemon Juice. having removed pit from whole

A Breakfast: Booster oreo WM presented a gin from the "You don't have to put on lipstick' Just to answer the phonal"Guidon Mix WIn and put mixture In olive),
families of the church. crab shells Sprinkle with but. Melt butter blend In flour.
Among the guests present were tered cracker crumb and brownat .Add milk and cook stirring
If AIKI DINHOrTCETTTNO Father James F. Edwards pastorof Wedding Anniversary I 330: F.Oamish. until thickened Add seasonings

breakfast for the H e. chopped dates' Epiphany Parish Mrs Mary : _. with parsley before Bon and olives.
family Is no easy job. especiallyif H .. Instant enriched farina Miller and Mr*. Carfai Moor. Mr. ana acts s. (lonciiyi caw: MISS Judy Schwas: and **rvin Crush potato chips and place)
the household Includes Uv..,. Brine milk, salt and dates to Palmer celebrated their Oolden Miss Patty Palmer pouring punch: ( l; In bottom of greased cas
but balky youngsters. And teenagers rapid boiL Slowly spoon la In- Wedding Anniversary last Sunday Miss Oall Palmer car of the This fills I crab shells witha serous Flake tuna and arrange
have hearty appetite ex steal enriched farina, stirring Engagement Announce with an open house. punch cup: and Miss Joyce delicious\ mixture. half on top of chips. Add half

apt, unfortunately, at breakfast constantly. Keep stirring and .Capt. and Mrs Nell Scott Wearyof Hostesses for the occasion were Schwarts kept the guest book. If you would like to serve a the creamed olives Repeat lay
-one meal that can benefit boiling SO seconds. VUIanova, Penn announce the their children; Mra. W. IL Leg. There wen eighty-fire guests wonderful clam dip at your ers and top with remaining
them most This they often try Remove from heat, cover and engagement of their* daughter gett. Largo; Mrs R. J. Schwarts. present next big party we can accommodate chips. Bake about SO mla. at
to skip altogether. let stand 30 seconds It should Daphne Scott to John James Jacksonville: C. O. Osmond) siMr you with something 330' r.

Mortal SotaUoa be stirred again before serving.If Rowsey Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs Palmer and Arils M. Palmer, both really 'rec'laLUIt'rat'Y' j This serve 4.9,

To this I. desired, top with butter John James Rowsey Sr, of Arlington. of Live Oak. *. Mark Given
overcome problem set
and browa sugar but this is Mr. and Mrs Palmer were mara Farewell It arty ( Jmm lh-e McKritlirnStricklanilMurriaaa I
cheerful table. We've
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excellent sad June 30 Palmer
that a different of colorful tasty ..nutritious Miss Weary WM graduated from '- Mr and nIMeU'
array as ... Coronado High School and attended a retired farmer sand a former Mra. Alex McKelthe lrocrrftA AnnouncnlMr.
paper plate each day makes Serves 4. Mary Washington\ College school board member, entertained with an out-door fish meeting of the literacy program and Mrs Harry McKithn
the Job easy for you and pleasing FRE.VOI and the Oeorge Washington Cnlversity Mr. and Mrs Palmer sat on the supper Saturday evening at theIr! committee of the Baptist announce the maenad of their
TOAST
to the children.
WITH Mr. Rowse,. a graduateof couch and received the goats home on Pine Avenue for Mrs Suwannee Association met with daughter, Dawne, to I. L. Strick
HONEY
Pick up the paper plate color 1 PEACirES Wakefield High School la an Lira. Palmer wore an olive liven Irby If. Black who Is leaving this Mrs\ O. A. Lee Saturday afternoonat land ton of Mr. and Mrs S! J.
with a few blossoms and egg. slightly beat.** week for Los Angeles. Calif.. to
you'vegot four
H .. milk alumnus of the Oeorge Washing lace dress. with a gold eymbldlum o'clock. Strickland! on October tenth nineteen .
It made, especially If make her home.Invited The and of
you K salt ton University and la attending orchid corsage.Floral progress method hundred and slity-four taStatenvtlle
also make of tap x to be with the hats
us "convenience"foods arrangements mere the program were discussed Oa.
slices bread the University School of Medicine
even such "odd ball" notions x placed at intervals In the living and honoree were Mr. and Mra Sit new names were presented
I The we&ilng will take
Honey PeacheJ. place
M a soup booeter.BREAKFAST room. Frank Putch Br, and Mr. and Mra for' requested help
(recipe follows
)
BOOSTER Combine The focal point was the dining Claude Hackney Mrs Arts Csson of the Dtvonla USE
with milk
egg and
Mr. and Mra Roger and Mr
Church U
committee chairmanand
1 lOH-os, can each salt DIp each slice of bread laegfmllk and Mrs Andrew formed the table which WM covered with a
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Mr* C. U John of Mt. Olive
gold satin tablecloth a sli-tlered
condensed tomato soup mixture and saute la celvtng line.Pouring NoAH NUMSKUU.rel. FUCO
I* secretary
candelabra
butter holding yellow\ candle,
and condensed beef broth or other tat until
Mla Nev
punch WM surrounded .ww.eva The next meeting will be al the
by yellow
14 soup cans water browned, turning to brown oa Roger. Mla Melissa Roger kept chrysanthemum cease eM ;1,, WMU
aiaoclatlonal
which
meeting
Dash of cinnamon both sidesDrain and gold tipped I.ma. centered M Me I Brand
the guest book. the table, with the punchbowl will be held at the Philadelphia
Combine all Ingredients la oa absorbent paper Floor hosts and hostossM were Church
at one end and the beautiful
saucepan. Simmer a few miautes Top: with peach. Mr and Mrs Jack WAIte Mr and three-tiered wedding cake at the Nine member were present InsecticideFOR
to combine: flavors llOXir: PEACHES Mra. Dick Lundy, and Mrs W, C. Ce
other; the cake WM trimmed with
This makes t to I servings 1 can (gill sisal sliced Alrta.Assisting. yellow roses and white wedding eDhfAQ Sweet bread: Add pinch of af-

of a food dare befflnner. ,-, rung peaches, drained In serving were Mra. bells trimmed In gold, topped with Iron to hut liquid. Soak! ten minutes RESULTS
H .. honey Walter Musgrove. Mrs. FU MeMlUan.
SAHARA gold 10 years. ; traln. Add to flour mixture .
CEREAL! H Up. cinnamon and Mir Rose Dana
On the bullet were laid can as usual
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1 milk
(regular a Combine drained peach slices Around one hundred and twen dlesticks holding lone yellow (
reconstituteddry with hooey and ty-flve called between the -
cinnamon Chill appointed .
candles and In the center a 11ft a u.
skim milk until ready to serve oa French hours of four to sit o'. A 1eanD' emwuOi.*
% tsp salt toast. clock. Uful white with yellow a and bow gold holding arrangement w A sew/CI.P'AT. .eu r T iI.CAMO Your watch] was

two yellow gold wedding band /ema WMMer..NUD
S Serving were the grsnddaush MpAiI.
destined be
ten. Mra. Walter D. Oliver III and NAA 4 ceu A to
Mrs Kverette Rennells cutting theltepbenb.r M." wed 14 ........."

You can add the sporting touches. "1.5" ...._M"r'"Mil.uCO. "'..Ur wrong.

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Florida and file the oHtlnal ."..... or llll, and the crlilnel of Mid written. oaj* Quarter of the NertkM.I Quarter of said Section Two.t'..... (II), Ivor** R. Cheney. If all... and If
No.1 other pleadlnaa In tko ofdoe of tto Clerk d.f..... shall to filed with the Clerk of of .....t.irln IT. Town.hip I Souls and run tkenee Waat alone; tto aeo. .dual Mk ad ttolr unknown apouora, 11
Colored of tko Circuit Court on or before the said Court. Tke p..", ... of said ...Ita Kana* II But Iowan, Count Uon II.. a dl.Unoe of ailna and four hairs, ........... toratoaa, aredltore.auMOMon ,
Standard cows moved at $13.50- IIItll day of July. 1.... If you fall to do to obtain apeclfla performance of your Florida: M per plat ta the office af .hundred elrktyelil enethovundth.on ....l-.. and to all pan
$19.60: utility cows sold for 10. oo. ludr.rn.nt ky default will be taken acroement to convey to J.mea W. W la.- t.. Clerk of tko Circuit Court Nand I' and 41'/1".1 rhaino, th.... I eon* or partto calming. .... '".......
...1.., pOI for tko relief demanded In .a. the following dcacribed" property for I....... County Florida.Teaether ... North a ..._.. ., thm red ...... or wnlnat thaw and to all
73-$12.50; and one inferior sold tke Complaint. Lot .. Buck C, Protrewo Am Plat' with. all .tract.... '**.. oae-thoae- ,........ .to..la. asp ...1.. or My
.a."an"; 3i'I
News for 975. DONE AND ORDERED al Lako City. of Block C. D and E, I. the City Improvement. now and kereaftoroa .*) chalna.tbcriM I tolenot .to tog. laade kercto. deeerlk.di .
Florida, this 11th day of June I.... of Ft. Lenderdil.. Florid. Mid land sad fixture attack ran EM "1."_ of .In .
A few good and choice calves LAVAUGHN A. 8KSBION3 WITNESS my h.nd a- Clerk and the ad, thereto .. .11 yam, .,-, sad four kundred "lbt,-.... one.theuMndth You and ack of yM are hereby
sold for $18.75-119.50; standardswere Clerk of Circuit CourtBuwannee owl of Mid Court In Llv Oak Suwan electric, water, and other huctingkin (0 4UI100)obaina notified. that a ault In oqalty has toe
County, Florid nee County, Florida, thl. tha Itk day of "- .. refrlireratlnf. lighting, thence n. South di.tanM .brought against y*. ky Zolla D. H....... 't
at 180019.75: utility (SEAL) June, 1MB. plnmbln ....tll.tI... Irrigating, of than and M* kindred' .fatty. to the Circuit Court of tto Third. Jadl.1.1 -
Ed Houston Proud Of graders went for $14.00-118.25; By Lillian. Radford LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS and power OP...... maehlnea, aa.pllancM. two one-thouundth. (II and 111/. CirewH of Florida to sad for ...
Deputy Clerk Clerk Circuit Court 'lxt...., and appurtenance. l.eNl ehaina to the point of toa-ln. _.- County Florid., sal yew ar*
and one inferior brought 1275. ('I. A. BUIE JR. Buwanne County Florida ., which now or* or may ..... vine and .11 *f that part ., Soo"". hereby ...-.... ordered and required

Ills GranddaughterAmanda Hog sales for the day totaled p. O. Boa 40 %(SEAL after pertain to, .r to need with Thirty-two (ll> bins North of ttorichUofway to file your written answer or _.._
Lake City FloridaArttorney By S/ Lillian Radford hi, or on add. p....,.... even of tk. LI.. 0.... Perry to t.. MmpUiat. filed. hereto ....... ,..
Houston daughter of 402, also up from the 278 sold the for Plaintiff Deputy Ckrk though Chop to detached.. or d* and Gulf Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT to Mid ....., I. ,.. offlc .
week. ... 4.T tackabk). ,... EMt Half (Sit" ) ef Block of the Clrc.lt Curt to sad f.rSuw.7.
:Mr and Mrs. Edward Houston Jr., previous Abe, on* 10 ration Etoctrlc hot Tlllrt,_. Ilk of 11_..... M per cOunty, Florida M tto c:.... Horn

Kliuston N. C., and granddaughter Mixed grades barrows and gilts IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT water he ter. We.tom.ttc metalled tbs .plat thereof a* recorded on Page to Llv Ok Florida. before tto
COUNTY I. the ho... located tk abov. 44 of Plat Book of llrd day of hi,. A. iTlMS. .
of brought the following in various THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN AND FOR SUWANNEE: upon I law public roe.Hi nod *...
of Mr. and Mrs Ed Houston of said. A._
Vcrrlbed
AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE property. of BUWMHM County Florida; copy *r DefeaM .,..
this city has won a $300 faculty weight groups: IN CHANCERY. IN RE: l Th. EatatM of WITNESS, hand and tbs awl. of .II to T......... Two (.) South w. Randall Blaatkter. Attorney for
180-210 lbs. $23.71. VIRGIL FOXX and his ..If. OSCAR CARAKER, and this Court at LI... Oak Florida. this Santo Twelve ((1S> Eutt LESS Plaintiff. P. O. Bon I**. LI.. Oea/Flar.
scholarship at Bennett College itA TIE BELLE FOX BERTHA LEE CARAKER. Ird day of Jan*. D. ..... AND EXCEPT all of tk* *U, nand .... .. or kefer MM. dato M reoulred kr
next year. She won the award witha 210-240 Ibs. $23.77. Palntlffa, Both 0..._..... LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS ether. mineral. m, en or under the Ia_ of tile eau *f Florid. .. If pre

160-180 lb,. $22.83. n. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt Clerk Circuit Court the. South Half <"H> of th* Smth.wect fall to d. M, a decra pre snafu,.. will
2.88 of a possible 3.0 average .. enured ....
J. H. WOOD and BESSIB ADELAIDE: CARAKER PAGE. OSCAR 4.' Quarter (OWN ). tile North. tile relief
tor five semesters and qualified 140-180 Ibs. 2170. Drfendante. WOOD WALDO CARAKEB and all Went Quarter (NW*, > af ski South.wt .demanded to said MmptolalT

120-140 Ibs. $18.55. NOTICE TO DEFEND ., ......0.. concerned I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Quarter (Sort ). Md the. thou* o the f aiiljowan g cull ,.
for a major in mathematics THE STATE: OF FLORIDA TOt You are hereby notified. that a petl Or SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN Monk Half (NH) af tan 1'1.' ..._. to d .nih.dwla..d, to
chemistry or pre-xnedlclne. 100-120 Ibs. $18.50. J. H. WOOD and BESSIE WOOD If tlon hai keen filed In said Court praylni BE l Tko E.t.... of Quarter (NEH) of the SoutkWMtQuarter tke Plaintiff to .salt tltwTiU t n.
for determination of >toneficlartoa ond John L. Welle. '(SWK ) af MM Section ..... .loud tIIorof.1. .... M ant.forth .to
80-100 Ibs. $18.00. said defendanta llvmf. and
If
In addition to scholastic honors of said defendant are defendant any orall you are hereby required. to file your writ. ... Twenty-nln (10)1 I and LESS AND Mid. -." ." njoi. .... ......... P"

the student held membershipIn Most sows, 180 to 500 pounds doe..." the unknown or, .,, h.I,., d.are* ten dcftnMC tkercto within 40 ..... af Nolle Of PIIhP. ,,,. Far DlackarfaNotlc EXCEPT M undivided. ..--....kt* *r ...1'.1' rktkL
I sold from $19.30 to $2060 while .I..... ........, ...dirro pou or otker panti.u tar the flrtt publication hereof. Should to ....b' .1... that I nave e7/.) lat re.t to and. to all of the. till, 1._" .../. or ........ to er ..
Alpha Kappa Mu national fall therein doom will ho entered. oil and other I Mid ""d.. and
claiming by. thrush, under you filed i my Final Return aa Eaecatrl of KM mineral N. onor every pry or anal
honor society of which she is boars went for 800900. "c.I..' any auck d....... defendant or.r In due wens apon MM Petition.. tko Lost Will and T......... of Joka L under tke BoutkoMt Quarter48E I .......,. and from pre.ce.tl.MM..
Medium and good feeder pigs defendanla If alive, and If dead th.lr WITNESS my hand and owl of said Walla, doccMcd, that I ..... filed my *) of the SoutkoMt Quarter tooptmt to prcMcut ur MM to eartv
president; Beta Kappa Chi science unknown eI..I...., bgalw, or Court at Live Oak .u..._ County Petition M to Dlechaned a* nek Eiece.trl (SE's i ef Mid Bectin TwMtyalncnotU ( 'or action at law to obtain _.......
under 70 pounds sold for $20.50- nvira this lit of I..... I.... 1111. 01 tllIw M ....
honor society; and the Senior crantMai and all partlea having or claim.Ina Florida, day and that' as the 14th day af July foll.wl.g 4Ye. ml
$22.75 while pigs in the 75-130 to has right, title, Intereit REECE BROWN. County Judge I Ml. I will apply to tto" HonorableReeee DEFENDANTS GREETINGS: Nt.1., I lying ad bang .to Inw.n.
any or
Honor Society. She served as In tho property herein described, tewlt I By I S/ Truman MICR Brawn. County Jadro of ........ You, sad .0th. 01 you. an hm-by CTb. ,,
treasurer of the student senate pound class were bringing $20.00- Begin at tho JII W Corner of Section Clerk County Florida for approver of said .... that. a nit I. quit haw .... Ma. H.II wIN 11 and Lot.

$21.75. l.. Township I South, Ran,. II 1./ Final Beturaa and tat a. Order of Final bronchi against yau by Homer J. doff, I.. 11 and U. I. Bonk 47. 01 the
as a laboratory assistant In chemistry ElIot and ran South 100 t. DlMh.ro M uck Eieeutrtx. for the aid and benefit of J. D. 0"_. T... of Stanford. Florida. a.erdbg _
as an assistant In the col- point of ker.lnnlne.1, tkenee yards run IN THE COURT OF THE: COUNTY VIRGINIA D. WELLS Jr, and Vernl Phillip .-. kla wife { to robs map of .._... River
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JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY BiMutrta' of tin LM Will to the Circuit Cost af tto Third Judl.clal Jerk. MM. plat. tile
lege infirmary and as a part-time No. 2 South 17* yard.100 y.rd.i'h....,.'h.run.,"North run East 100yards FLORIDA. IN PRORATE and Tectammt of Jobs L. Clrc.lt.. to aad for B.wannM Cooaty ...MTkei?""'..atf RMsh 47. "1..*

tutor several public school stu WM Ill IN RE: Fatate: of Well, ._.... Florid., and you aid hereby .._ In. .Ittad r .....t... 18.
The appearance of the Gator f.het.i'.I: ; yard OLIVER HART. .., mood orderod. and repaired: to fits yearwritten T....cklp. 0 .... .. |
dents. Summer Band at the Stephen Foster .to moro or 1".1You conUlnlne I Ierea I 0......... i aacwer or defence, to tto Com.plaint ..n. 110_ N tile Cwt to whirl. .said
To AH Cndltora and Peraona Having IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA filed. kerem .. ... hear hMtHuted
smut yM to tto to tk.
Circuit
Grandfather Ed Houston, well Memorial is an annual event, and eack of you are hereby ....,* Bald Eatate ..... Court 01
ally notified that and. Clalma or Uemanda Aealtiat THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN entitled ..... to tke efflc of lha Third 1..10101 CirctrN. of
known and popular retired dray- and Memorial director Foster L. kla wife, KATIE BELLE VIRGIL FOXX FORE, iliadth.l. I Yea and aack. of yea are keroky Hotl AND>> FOR BUWANNEE COUIJTY. tho Clerk of tke Circuit Court In and """"' **' h and for ....._ County,
.fled and required. to preamt any claim FLORDA. IN CHANCERY. for .,..,." CMaty. Florida at bin Flames. n1 t'". ahbntlatd torft.. .
man of this city, expressed much Barnes said the program Is opento Court sworn of 5u.Complaint...... County.In the Flnnlaagainst Circuit and demamla whir you. ar eltker. of you. W. W. LAND and kla wife office .to tto' CMrt HMM In Live Onk. ..... Ie I Zelia Do B..I, P..tttr. to said es.

pride here this week in the accomplishments visitors to the 343-acre park you. and each of you aa defend.ante may hare airalnit, the Mtato of OliverHart. AGNEB LAND. Florida, M .. before tile lltk day of W. R. ..11...... o. a.. of.........
dMMwd. lote of MM County, M flal.llff. July lilt, and to WIt_ ., bad
ems epy ef each a. port. 01 tile
of his granddaughter without additional charge. areklnc to quiet the title of the the County Judie of SuwannM County .... ...... *r defMM ._ J. M. Heara.dnaa amid Gun and fuel N said r.Ciro
plaintiffs to tha above deaerlbed. real _. .,. offs. !. tha caiirt aouie. .... Lirsis t.th
Fl..ta Au. for Oak BOWMMO R;
located In SuwannM RODERICK MACLENNAN. et al. -- Plat.tlff b.r.l..a..M ,;;,...;:
Florida.Yon property. County, of odd County at Live Oak. Florin' 1kfsaAanle, Ic P.. O. Ben III. Llv. Oak iron t... ., ., .r.... A. I....
within. sic. calendar montha from the NOTICE TO DEFEND 14. a. or kefore Mid MM, as required (SEAL
Public NoticesIN aro farther hereby notified that time of the first yukllMtlon. of this a.MM. 1
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt by tan tow *f FlorU end tto FlarMa LAYAt1CJlN A. SESSIONS
tka return day of this Notice to Defen Two coplea of ouch. ctewt or ... RODERICK MACLENNAN L MAC .... 01 Civil Preeedvre. If pan fall to C.... .. C....
I. July II U'I. sad yea shall on said wand shall to m writlnc. and atoll. elate ... .tyFlanida
LENNAN J. W. LEMON and HARRY M Decree Pro Caeifeeoe will toMtered .....- (
date a.rve a eopy of defenae. If tko place of ..>ldMca red. pout office addreca ...
Bonded rlr.S P. BREDETTE.: aald defMMnto ..reMvmr. amlM yM for tk* relief do.m .
THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD any, urea AIRTH, .*. LEWIS, of the claimant, and atoll to aworndollar ono If any or all of MM ...f...- nde4 to tto' Mid c.......'.

JUDICIAL CIRCUITtv'N AND FOR attorn.jr.Ins Wont for Howard Plalntlffa..,..who... Live addreaa la t. ky tho .bl.mnq: hl.: '. w attoroy ant or defeadaata are docoaoed. tto ... Yew ar. tort..... notified that. t.... aa- IN THE a.CUIT COtIIIT or
FLORIDA. Oak and oo..mpaaby Nlrg fn of n. know PUM, tolre. .devlaae. *. .....-, ta.. of MM Butt .. to rows allowed,. THlao IUDICIAL THE
Florida CIRCUIT
DIVORCE and Immediately theraafter file and ouch. claim demand not M .... 01'
ar .
credttere from Md .
.r .tker pantiealalm by, valet tto title of tto FLORIDA IN
House Mover AND
tho orlalnal of ..... In the office of the rOit .UWANNliIE
GEORGE A. BWEAREN01N. filed \
Clerk .A.IIYLV tkrur.k. .nder *r aaralnat a., .*. do Fmtattff to Ito made Md. rMl I MUM COUNTY. IN
the Circuit
of Court of the above.tried A
Plaintiff, V. HARTAa ..... defMdaat .* defendanta M allr. .t Heat*. Irby ... tome to Mw "... CHANCERY
... Confee.o.ourti will to atherwl.0 entered a Decree Pro, admlnUtratHi' of tka Ea- and If ..... their. ..k._. tolre. ....t- CMaty. Florida, ....._... .......... MATtIE CLEMONS TTRROMA. &
BETTY J. 8WEARENGIN.Defendant. aaalnat you of Oliver Hart oeaeaaed4T .
tate ceo. kcaWea. *r Uwt.out and all. panlo. Tto aam of to which this LUTIIIR Co CLEMONS
Herman Herring tko WITHERS.aid Court my at nand U...and Oak the SuwannMCounty. oust of I bas/cog. *r lalminv M bars *ayrlaht Bull toe boos nt.rdM, Clmtt Cmr*. LATAMER CLEMCNsTBOSIE'CLXMONS. JL, and
NOTICE tttle, ar taterMl la tk* property Third.. Jadk-tol Clrr.lt. to and for ... .
CROSS CITY FLORIDA TOl BETTY J. 8WEARENOIN Florida, thla the |4tk day of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND .. ..1. .....rI.... to-will .....- CMnty. Florida. aad tile .... ... PI..Mff.
June .. ..
0105-'
SUWANNE.: COUNTY
14411 Dm Costa FOB ....... Utto of tale
/ MM Ia. Homer : .
Detroit |i, Michigan I.A V""UGHN A. SESSIONS: IDA. IN CHANCERYNO.7 Tit* SEA of tto NW" i tto NH ?- *" for *". ..* and keoflt of J. D. Dot_. ...alw.
Clerk. of the Circuit Court DIVISION
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ThatComplaint of tto NW \4 *f the SWi\4 the Odm. Jr. and Vernl TOI
PklUlpa LIONA
OoVam. :
Phone 498-3725 a for Divorce inn torn ,n.. I.....".. County Florida NORTH SIDE SAVINGS BANK a kin wife.: CUMONII BROM/LET
SwuNth.NWY.fSWtl( Flamim. Geor : .
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v* ** Dusting 1. T.f. _. 0.. .
.(Init yon and f o' .r. nqulrxl t* am. (SEAL) .rp.ntbn LOSS AND EXCEPT all tto oil. gas .t d.. Dol.*..*... TOI .
...... a copr of pour newer or plMrilnn to th. allS Lillian\ Radford Pla1.UtR and .,... sunk la. on and ...... It Ic toreky Ordered that Ohio Order -La.C o-nltllON' WATERS. 0....
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attom r, O. Deputy Clerk. ... all tto .tov deoeriked mad. tko and Notice. atoll to public. tod 1'0.' -
| A
A. Hal it.. P. O. Bon 410, Lake Cit ..* JAMES RUPE and MARGARET. MM a ai.Mi4 DMtktor W t. F.to .
SEIof: ,.. much
NWU of BWH t... for (our (dl __II.. .
a.
wee* to ... 1 .......
.
ROPE, kla Wl of ttoNEU) of tto IW 14' and lkt.liaw. *..** Io.wrs1 .. Y. ......
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD fvfmdanu.NOTICE OF .SUIT tk. IWI4 af ttoSWUlAH to tiv* Oak.' a PlertM anw.p.p.pabllakul cod. .H-.-. ... .. ...... sad no.WaShat .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
having
a eeaeral ahtuletto.
BUWANNK: COUNTY CHANCERY. THE STATE: OF FLORIDA la ....110. II, T........ 4 South, .M County Florida.WttecM I. Saw. ( .abIl 01 01,n.pbinl 5. .....
J.
TCI Jamca Run and Mart-are Rape, Rant IS .... ... SnaIl.
EMI and .1.. *; 14* my toad a. Clerk of said ..... tto 'aIIowIa.
JAMES w. WIBEIIAN, kla wife arrvi, more ec b*.| Circuit Ceert: BUWMBM Ouaty, Flan la-wits. duriwpagMy.
UnknownMalllne
PlalatuL ReiMence Addmal OMoral DuKranyPort Ma. Md tile awl of aM c.... at Ltv* r.. *."...". _'- af
tile
e n.DEATRICE Al,.rbuo. Florida. You and ouch of you aro herd ...- Oak. Suwanae* County Ftorlda .. tto. Nwu.... Q_ .
COOK, formarly knawi Of fire, malt .ollfM. that W. W. LAND and Mtk '4y *f .... A. D.,1055. 01 .. .... ..
.. BMtrlM Cook W......, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED: that a kla wife, AGNES LAND filed. Shalt.wore LAVAUGRN A. TwoalN 7 Muth. ..... It 1-t.
l fr0e / 1 I).fn NOTICE TO DEFEND above ..... and you are rooalred to file Sawaa.M County, FlerUa aa-alnat luw.ow Court bra and holng N Ia__ On.
yM County: Florida
Clerk of thla Courtand Iy Flariat
THE STATIC OF FLORIDA TO- roar nniver with the
red ouch of defendaata eeelih (SEAL)
ye* aa t kin
BEATRICE COOK formarlr know to ocrve a coq. Ikeroof aa<. tto ea fIW anlaal you and .k W
to t". .
Saint till f tto platatlff to ttoatov By Pearl CC..MDepaly
more truck for buck .. Beatrice Cook Wlaamaai plaintiff or Ita altorneva", '::: Had .....rI.... reel prooorty located to ClarkIN ad you w wauNd an servo a
your You aro karaky potlf.14 that a suit >w. Chamton and Adama, Na.tlMal .._._ County Florida b/ awn. of poor ..._ or ........ M ttowin

h.. boon brought a..1.., you In the Bank BulldlnS. Jackionvlllo' I S.'lorlda. Iiyou You are farther" kereby notified tkatto M. W4Ii tile "P.Q .
; Bqr 10
Third Jadlnlal Clranll Court to Chaos not later thou July II. 1141. -
mss day af this' Nolle. of....
P. Coa. THE CIRCUIT COURT OP 01.00.IDA IAn O.a. FI-rOd
kp Jaiaca W. Wlaamaa.TM fall M to da a DMMO and ID. tor ardotaal
TOWN AND COUNTRY aarf : ; entered for Ito Ie I.., 10. 141 and ye* atoll. e* Mid THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN .'- N ...... .
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aro keroky ro iilro4 la .... upon MM will ho against you dato p .411.. 01 tlM
AIRTH. SELLERS A LEWIS Plaintiff relief demanded In the. Complaint. TMa ups 7 :T.... SELLERS t' ";;,1-t: AND FOB SUWANNIE COUNTY.GEORGIA : Clerk .. the CIrowit C. L.. Oak,

MOTORS INC. Attorney, who. .dd... I. P. O. Boo all to to I.......... a mertaue Tkaroeeeded """'P. for PIaIa'If' ..,,_ adlran .is I PAIRB,1a CHANCltlty. Snipid.., w0. INS r .ohsm"i.M s..1
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L : ..
I I. Ll.. Oak Florida, a aopy of your writ real propene atalnat.10 I P. 0. So. Lou 0.5 it.rid. and n.. .W I
u.s. 129 North Live ten dvfoaaae to tke .....plal"! In MM. Lot NI.. / TPINEWOOD. auk.aenloa mdlarl. ,, tkereafter e. file" tto orhileal ml .....1111. tbo so.._._Nkwwothe ludr..nt. bP
Oak. Fla. .
.... oa a* kefore the lOtk day- of Jalr.. ..... of a of tile Bewta- _.. to tto offlM. of tto Clerk af itoClreeH won,, .. raw aeadaau ran and
KICHABD JONES,' el o.h of
M M
yew tile nol.f ..yin to Ito.
Curt '
af tto atov tyled CMrtiMtorwlM D.foudo.ss.NOTICE -paiiiDM .

anlnct a Dorm.Pro CMfoM* will beatorod TO DEFEND M4> Nand to ...*. Oak FlM. -..

WITHERS ye*kind sad Ik fflelalMl THE STATE OP FLORIDA TOl IAN. Ilm4 "' W '"". *. *" '***.
my RICHARD JONES wtoM platy. of 'SEAL) t
; ..of MM Ceart this. Ird day of Jane.LAYAUQHIf reeMoawe aad nulllaf odd... to .aaewai LAVADCn A. SESSIONS
MARIE '
THKLMA LEGGETT Clack of ClmM Cot
A. SESSION .... plan. of _...... kt Paint .... ...
Clerk of tto C...... Court Cooaly: FlorlMI L B. JONU wtoMUM ,
..-._ County: FtorM.By > of ruM.a.o to Cemmkio (. IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT TMnrO

f riavUai JOHN C. KNOWLES and ki.wife. JUDICIAL CMCurr.m AND FOB
I B/Derotky W. .Ia....... CLARA ENOWLES. wtoM ftUWAMNEK I
WUftn.
Deputy Clark af Mreward Eon r-.y.:
..., toaldenM m Cows),. I I.bI'YI&Y.p
/. aai a H. BROWN awl THOMAS Me.LAB. Roots TVa.AN and ilia w.
wtoM pan. W MtM.o.e to BaWMBM TURMAM,
IN THE COUNTY JVDCKfJ COURT, C-'". PtorUeu and t""tonre.. IIf.
Welcome Farmers To"i' IN AND FOB SUWANNIE COUNTY cneetlvo unknown, .ap.ai. kt ....... "
FLORIDA IN PSOATiIN and M dual Itotr Mkaowaj. horn. M .... a c. liaSER.4 u I
..1"". Eelalo of dovleeoa. ....- oe ....-. er Mtoe PWMMOtO.MOTICB .
RUTH P. NO. ." ........* ..... aofooao a* _loa alaaa>ma kp, tkroe. .k, TO DEFEND
.. RUTH 8. NOBLE, wader .. BMtoal tkeea. and any and allaeraaaa Til STAT 0V FLORIDA TOl 110
o.-d. eleJe any rtakl. or to. LANO n* iB and kt.k .. nobnwaa
.r- O4 FUto Of FArM1.Yww ....* to or .... .- tto rent property ,...., wh.0a" ... ...| NW Ilk
leieln r, t....... A...... MWMt. Ftorttei WILLIE MAC
.. Motto. to koreky vivo th.. I ban DRFBNDANT-B GREETINGS >AV WI1**. wtoM" M...... to ass
filed" my find return s. Admmmtreee Tea are toieky aotaTM. Shut s nee.aoedto NHk SWM. ra.4tbq rMMft-
of tto Potato of Bulk P. MeMa due-sodl to oolet Mile toe MM kr.eaktto way Iliad ULUa PULL FUMKa.wtoM .
:
tot I tove filed m* petnio. for fhwlt the CkrwM Own tor Sewee>aM Cow -.. la lit Hat .tk AMWM.
*k.r.e. nod tkat I will apply to ttoHeciorabl "y. Flail.. aura. .. p.laimw OvkM4 ran, FkwWai DAf.
*) ..... Brew. County I...* any wry n.... Nibs or J.aerMi to oeaHMte o. o. n.Nik. c"-g. .
Suwannee TobaccoWarehouse of BatwaaM c.t,. ......... a* tto Itkdy Iles upon w IoIiuwtooI' -...... realF SMkLUB STKWABT. J. P. oaAMAH.

*4 Jaly. I lila fee arrreval of wnom. to h_._ 0.bass sad w ak.ww ...., -",-..., logo.0w. .
and for Sul dwctorw a* Admto* r-... ..._. ., and of GtOBUI WASH-
mlr.tor.al Ito Roth.. af Balk P. ...., Lau 0. .. I* ... 11. to B-tork 11, INQTON, J:::= IIOWAaD WASS.INOTON .
.-..-.... N Balb-aad Addttto to Ike Ckr of and JOB CIARAM. whew"
B/ W. 0. AIRTTf Ue. Ooa. Fa-tee to Ito BH of tto ..... of ieaid.... and wkan a-Wn
.........-- ME 4 af Be.tie. 11. Twak fad addrww w nsbn.wn x sold ..-

I.. n.Rann a wit sans .... ...... ... _, ... .. ., _..
yM ar* korekr reeawed to flm wrtktto -.....4 w dn4ou axis w .-...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE Ctork of MM Ceert your a.iecc. w ....- ..p5.Mra. M/r.,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND dafMaM ar ..... pamdlaia to aM pro. .....-, a.dN.w w wan pwllw
FOR SUWANNIE: COUNTY. FLORIDA .....1.s. e* or so.w.S. Leap ttipi..of amiss kr. >.....k. .a..t a* aura
IN CHANCERY .- Jet. IM. Md to W ........ ..,...... n. ld.-
Mecae* J. Golf fee ito M* aod M.rtrf..trro.y.. A4HTM. SKL aoaa? than M4 atMf 4..d our .
"benefit of J. D. Odea. Jr. ... ICU |> L.." .la* WMI lowardBireea ..... --- -.tan, w
VIe PkllllM 0....., km Situ Lips OaJu ......... to Ike CMMttoeeto ; .. i.row baring w .....n.wn.1.d.1 ... 5ban.

Pmtatlff.Geec pt..l aotlto* a* the Betoto .... thin M totopait to Ito
... ptnh% Nk ar totoiMl to ar Bran araawa. .. ...aMy torvM niHkit M-WNI
** ....*. ot al. tile M....... -'Y ....... tk aH a, tile NW H M4 the M W Hof

Defeneaote. .. Hereto fall nut M J-man ..> taw SW % .f ...... ... LESS
NOTICE TO DEFEND M Mleiod aoram.1 yoaj or deaoMLWITNESS Aim EiCErr. uaat.. mew MNW
TUB STATS OP FLORIDA TOt ) my tood aatd MM .... af Ike ran Y the % of tto aw ft of
Ooo.Os Down. of BnwaacM Cematr.FW.Uo said CMrt al Uv. 0.b. ___... 0.thio ...- .-.... IS Lewitd 110.
od kt mwvted. km mkMw ....... ito IIM *** of Jwa.. c-: -so. .t tile M1bwl
OMMI M. ,. ....... af BewMae N5. of .awes
MM
We invite you to sell your tobacco at Suwannee Tobacco CM.IW. FtorMa. Md k? IMrrled.frnmk his S/ LAVACOH A. BEBSIOHI ... TowMka HWH N/WOIMM.W.I ......., Riao-i II
.. M..I tArmlto.' afCmyto. Clack of Ito ...* -. to**. ua KM North lo rano
Cemty. low aed kf mrrted.tor CDALt
tot a MOM of kiol.aw.oi tfcaanr
nkaww. apeua.i T. 0. Drumh. mm* lyl S/ time* Re4feedDoMtt .. Monk T*

Warehouse again this year. We will sell !1200 baskets of! Charts Iowa. ,kMto.d red Drub Ckrmtto and *f wif.l Cmyto L Dramfc Victor CM.I, O.Dramk mlTmyto. *.. 41Df Ctork 71- ps.a1 ft lea souls......roMat.tkian. raw laMia roo loot..rwWaw Hr .*


Gets.Iowa, kMtoad sad wa.i i iWalaor THE cmcurr COURT or TMITHIRD .:: tw* N % of: I:..M.r.Ypi,_ .
B. JeeroM. ef Cmyto. Coueity.tow JVDtCIAL CIRCUIT OF
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NMM Pus
Oho aW4
.. and x mow W. haw ak.sopowaa nOllI -. IN AND FOIl aUWANMCECOUNTY. : LESS AltO BICarT. to SLUMla.
tobacco day with W. L J.a.a 01 Bu.aa.N M* sade.ahax

j .- per a Cat FNria. tidto"JereMe7eV aM If .aun.od his BH us' ILL QUIS NTIT E Harts-was a.a.b.raw m.a 01 w tan a."I". r tba Nnba

Lows oaou..l IEL1A A. KOWBLL. say of ......
Ip deowM4
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CO..IP. PMMylVMm. aad aT married ......
kla .akaow. p..l Maorto la.e, aedIf anMr.r.
........ tor .._ .M.MI Alfee w. :'Hd1VAn1. lit r lit.tile. N.elb.wri _
., ,.. .. A. ., .-...
Stab and Danahua Heewe, kM***>d .....
1 fetto NOTICE DEFEND .*.' 1'__ I aowtk, Saps IS
sod watoi .Cdm.ed Laa*. a4d LaJ*l TO
II.....*. wtfei Beary J. PmlV .... IW TUB Ma MB OPTRI r... aw4.....ra.*..EM tau pw4aitto
: married. his. ..._ .. doh. -- 111 Iowa M aw
If
POMOI STATE IMP FUtBIPAlBe .
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tba North .m 01 Cho ..,.
"... prod 01 an anho.w.l Such af Ike iia.oa>. lamed Ce. 0oll........ F-e.y 4d IH .
SALE EVERY DAYYou ; ..___ Rlwuc ..-. (.-_.. a Owdsah wkw -- n4d.utan4 .. tile pan .. bnrnra word.I t

oo, N. .--I- --eo M __ M.WIw. ,- N.wbwd. ..... w
law R.aa p sod TSkw .-... L Mclream P. 'McUvue* WaUB. Nold and N
n.rp.roti. iii n..n.orw w Iralo.lTw So.: klalrrtoa, Ada MetreaoM. *f il..let.
D.wty band Rawl 51a.aC.mana Freak M.lreato.7 t..la. Malic**.*. ALL pwM IN TOWtaamp I
.: : ,. a --. ... a.flw 1_ P. wh-r, .-. A. Iwq. Win BAH41B I* AMT sorrrw
--I DwwS. Iambs o saa/. .... ...,- 1. .. r.Qwa r.. AND '.LUJ. REINS
a ...pNMYs ... hawow laantw-.t f05Na... Las's M. ." -' Jos.P. WWANsaaOhISTY
......-. Lamtor Caanaoy. .. .- be.b.L IL .. ..-.... R Co r. ( FLORIDA.Ye .

can look forward to the same courteous service and lie..**..lOa and laiii.niil pitoiHil .or...tru.tmi. af aeian.l tan aoav Wall ......., 5.5540 Freak&. Marhob Wkmb R.Jaba... CoLi. I, .asp.. km surd* and who. such tto tUtT/llVI*of trains re. or* h.by L L TCRMaJf flaw M.ce.aN

of whisk or* ...._) 1 B.h sa.b M. M. red thdr. .... C.arrt
Aad Ito reareewv ","'kaew mamama. ____ ... .. "- *. Jetol P1.5h.w c.. N w can.wM
N eo-

top prices that you have received in the past. ....F Yana a. N woraut.aM trust.N. samdryr.1.nsrsr wb and. .inky-.. Barak Tto Maw ITM lemiiaimtil .......... am n..N inkrn pan*..to* we ejww. af ito c-pern M. 4.40.4.r--. '
win ef tile
and Cho m.-.t/o ahMu C aV W-.... h. New IL __
-. .-.. af ....... ef oak aad evevr *Mef Woalkoreaeo M. a>- fieeeow Onai. to tan awv lunajii real
tko ..... rand al a ran.N Sown,.. Gout.
ai airnoa.and. Bin* Cal ft. lv**. H Itomiaa,
.1f..01 tko aba*. nomad Pof.a C D. '_ X B. t .a*_. ov L TM ** ranker
aW w M-Nd mma-4.d. thou ths4napiNa t>*a.kaiT, Amy :*.-. r>.a.>*... rob s ,.-a.. ( ** of --1. ttot
-'.... N sap w anrbN J A. Sn.kM* LMO B.M.-.. ._ Oe.
._ ho dual. thaw ..11__ Mru Nlow. N. B, Piaa. ...... I-s. .* his I.**. .* you dot MMl
4w1.w.. Iucwma, -- Was '.-.... w..._.._ W. aTTym: ***> am 11 maw ef saws _1.11.

rub ......-- ow-.a ..-.- ON ,. 10551. rmnuuS ....., V"M*. wan A1RTB. S5.rACE a
fwadtaa and mdlt..b ....., W f.. .**. -,
ar pyre i -m L W.II. t -to7r T

e e.o or paitlia. wild o* eoeverato wans..M. Tae B. L WwWrdous..NwNtun........ran leafy pS.y
R. A. ( % ) OWEN & SONS aaueakMT ... taieaev wader. or .._. Cw..il ...... W-...
( -. tins. aa4 an, a.4 all pmb hub 0.Y.. &. 0.- ,..,, .140,5. J.Jimy N tho (tun Own NwQ.k
y aural sad oeeMMva. toetae or ekiaaMtoo ...... I.., W. Ortna. y_ Ooie.a" N w ...... aetd.
..., to law My ...... lab oototo artotoTM MM rP. -. TOVO.VW% wON c-l M lSuwis....... e.... ... c.WJTN" .-...
to and to Ito MME -..... B. ..-., ..h p 0..0. L L apar4 pan
..... .. bwnaw Galy. PNr14o Mwma .. .. ... ... .r. ... of
P Walaisa. t:' : C., tan Sala do N J... ISIS
bib ., : ::1. ,
; Kx PROPRIETORS wex Oak, a....... (
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Bwotk BeaJ > at S.oolwTwutp.ma .ay popsy
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( _.. .. S..... LATSOGRN
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aty1011B
... 111. LEM AND KX. Ca.-- S.
M"" N tile
Ito Ml.am. in.lllid PM.tor BVwerd Ckeuwy.BMek. Anus __ tlwm Gert
f''PT.. ... honors 111 A..a.w c-w. pruaau -
01 neMr t. M 'SEAL.
want w awlhaou war I Stow
w of tho ab.w c.'A,.' wr* Loer. D' .......
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