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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 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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ESTABLISHED 1884 OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965
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Still a thrill.Joule C. Wadsw.rta r Be Delayed Effective July 1Jaycces


For more yean than I care to

number or talk about. I have New Nationwide
watched with pride the manner in Boost Program Changes
which young men and a few boys

made the transition from civilian City Box And Rural Dispatch
to military In a matter of hour. Safe DrivingFor

Prom the time of my arrival ''I Postmaster Sara Rogers announced) that mail tier-
here at Fort Stewart Friday af vice will undergo time
a vast crunjre, effective July 1,
ternoon. I have watched youngaterc. Holiday as part of a nationwide program by the Postmaster. General. -
who the day before were
selling groceries real estate. Ingurance. The Llv Oak Junior Chamberof President Lyndon II. Johnson has authorized Postmaster -
and the multitude of Commerce plans a July 4th General Grounouakle first priority in thin nrrvtrmm
product men sell to keep ua going "drive for a safe holiday" pro that will live nest-day ".11-10
and various other civilian oecupaUona lraJIwith a wreck scene art up a greater volume1 of mall from a
don the Army green at the wayside park at Houston Hurley Seta KecortlOn greater dlatance.

fatigue uniform and start driving J. Marvin Phillips Jr U chair Star Itoute Areas are divided into aectlona
tanks personnel carrier or antiaircraft b- man of the project with Billy Robert, R. I Bob) llariey ha with Live Oak mall coming from
twin SOs tract vehicle I Summer auUtlnt. perhaps set a postal service the Jarkaonvllle Sectional Centerby

I while other readied the heavy artillery __ Pamphlet on safe driving hab. retort In hU delivery .. the star route. It leave Jackonvllle .
piece for firing. .,;' __ Its will be paved out downtown Star Heat from U,. Oak !. at 5:13: am. and arrive here
There te no bustle and bustle Saturday morning with Ion drink (Gainesville) It originally w srottlrd at 7:00.:
about this changeover but rather to be liven tree to anyone stopping U HUh Springs via MeAlain. .. This mean mat morning mail
a calm confidence built on the at the wreck acme art up O'Brien and nrantord In both city bone and on rural
lure knowledge that prior training to remind the passing public of and later attended U Gaines route will be delayed one and
and present leadership .U sufficient I- the many road hazards and make ville.Ilirley' one-half hour Mall carrier on
to get the Job done. w- 1. them aware of the nerd for ,IutI took the r.ole May rural route have left the Poatof-
There are better than '000 men rr lately precaution. II. lilt, and ha mired .nl, firs it 1:30: am. In the pat but .
here at Fort.Stewart,and the job I --F- __ I I Blgru will be posted ore-half, three day delivery, making the will now depart at 9:00 a.m.
of leeding. cunning, nousing ana Heated left U rtgkl are Fred DeVaoe, tint vie* pn..ldat. II...... Rslllff. president. and ,..- milt in both direction on US M trip every day Hands' and Then will be no changa In the
training them Into a military unit Mitchell. wooed vice preheat af Ue Uv. Oak Jayeeea Left .. right standing are D ass Harper. and local Jayeeea will be on hand I I hauda'a In..I..... The re.t hour of the PontoffU-t window or
I that can and will defend this na- ......'"'. Clbert SeJtlvaa. Bin SamsAers, and .....* Oreea. director Secretary Matt Cress and from 1:00 p.m. Saturday until wag dleenllnoN June II In the mall arriving on ton noonor
tloo'a freedom If need arises te already director Teas midnight giving free drills furnished 1:30: p.m. train. however, there
Meere were pevseait fee the cereaseny bat shoed fee this ,we..*. Detaacrat Staff Faato).
In high gear. by both the Nell DotUlngCo. will be no night dispatch! and any
and Live Oak Coca-Cola Uott- RAD Council To mail deposited after I:00 p.m. will

There have been many change At F.lktNew Lodge flanks, Store, /fleet; ling Co. be puatmarked next day
In concept equipment and man- Colonfill. N. Klrkman. director Meet At Th Star Routes to Oalnoivllle,
power stint reorganiiaUon In Officers Will Close Monday of the Department of Public Safe Coop via McAlpin. Glisten and Bran
Installed
1.44 following World War It Jaycee AB elty and evenly Mhlle ty. Staled today that The Florida The Buwannee County Rural ford and the route to Perry and
Theo change have been for the offices wUI be stead aU day Ne.. t Caatlaved en rap 1)) Area Valdosta from thia Foatortlee have
Development Council
a better and enable the present day By State Vice President DayNew M....'. July I. la observance will Hold Ita regular monthly Ine. been discontinued! with two new
'
National Guard to measure up to. W ladea eideiie* Day. ones establishedNew .
meeting Thursday, July 1 at 1:00:
changing defense needa. officers of the Live Oak Junior Chamber of Th baaka sad ansst .1 the 'Killer Bridge'Will pm. In Ute Huwanne Valley 13etrte Star flouts will depart for
Constant change la concept.* Commerce were installed at the annual award and Installation ......... af Un Oak will abe Co-optratlve Building IoN at. 7.10: and Day and Mayo
b* clue.d. bat will be .. at Y,II.
officer
and operation keep the fee
banquet of the club at the Uve Oak Elk lodge ballroom Be Rebuilt Additional plans for work on
Mines
Live
sirasl Oak
n and men of today national aa Tweeday, ; U located halt-way be.
last Friday night Jaly S.Four. the different phase of the Economic tw,. the
Ouard on their toe. Jacksonville and T JlahaMee -
1 have tremendoiu respect for! Homer Ratliff was officially installed aj president of Bid AcceptedA Opportunity Act will be aecUonal) centers and. be.

the yoongtter we are getting. In the club to aueeeed George n made. lug farther away than any other
the national uuara. i mss to w" Pussy) Day with Fred DeVan 1 Juveniles bid of '1.111 by Superior Cvtry member of the council te town la affected. more by the I
them feN are amarter than Democrat Ollke and Jet** Mitchell replacing Tom Fating of Lakeland wa* acceptedby urged to attend. time ehan,..
your father and uncles were It Closed Frltloy Moor and Chart McCrtanon aa Arrested Plant the State Road Department
tear.this .. tea ed the reason Tk. ........ .. IBM ........ first" and second vice praaldenta.. Twaday toe read eonstrwation In At
Matt Cfoa te the ......., Fort Mfrtrnrf C.n.
the mastery of modern weapon Dewiest won be c*... aa ateyFriday new Iftiwanne. County, ,
and technique doe not .preaent ,elF .. a* ....... t* for the dub and Duane Harper City Break-In !N II, lances of LJv Oak: I
huge obstacles today. ......,. far the J.ly FewithkeMday. replace Bbert Sullivan a* treasurer. will be graded and resurfaced Near 8,000 National Guan!<
r Police Chief Klwood Howard and with a portion of the grade railed mlcn: r I
This ability to function In the We win .**. aa wet teem I All new officers were metalled City. FoUoemaii Ilaywood Wilson In a auction flooded by Hurricane :
apace age was demonstrated to me I.a .... ..... I.M: .... 11.L .- by Fast Frcaldent Day. now stale .,,..... four men her teat Wed. Dora last fall. Traveled 26,000 Miles( To Camp '
clearly Friday on my tourney to day, Jaly vice president of the third Jaycee neaday morning for the theft tlf The contract also 0.11. for gradIng -
camp. For the first time I used o e district. a stolen IM4 Ford convertible surfacing, and constructionof Despite dally afternoon shower of varying( (Intensity
.Army' air for the trip up and was Past President Day woo named and turned. them ever lo the Federal a bridge on Bit IK seven mile element of the Florid Army National Guard moved into

fascinated by the way radle and North Florida state director by the club occupy Marshal of Jacksonville Irl- east.of. .!-H Oak.: .A ...w.aI....- Fort Stewart, Ga., over the pact weekend front IVnaacoIa
radar enabled ua to dodge rain I Ing the position held heat year by day mini 01 mt IH wiu' DC urea upon on the west and from llomeatead rear the southern tip of I

and thunder storms. I Telephone Plans J. Robert C.... Ronnie Green Larry Cmphrey, II. Clayton entering the bridge. the .t.t,', mainland. The near 8000 officer* and .man. I
.Just after we passed over White wa* again named to the board of Smith. 1.. and two minor were 1 Both county and atate official better than aeooo raw -
IIi r1np and started over the nth director and Installed along with charged with transporting a here long aeught a solution to thla 11ra"t.d safely at Ute huge u.-. UlMlsstppi niver and te one
Imok.. rain cloud were noted New Area Code Tom Moor. Dill Bummer ana stolen auto aeroa a etota line one tone "Itu.... prtd**". a. U te without accident In. .f Ute few .,a.. In the nation rl
ahead. Radio contact by the pilot I I Cbert SuOlvan. Last years directors and with Uecal. poassaston of a known balll.ean.trudJon. Jun'. where Ute Hal trajectory seen
with control ataUon Indicated: It Kicky M. Taaerioa. General) included Green.. Buddy Frier aewed-off thotgun. found Under will possibly begin fort Stewart ha the large! wed by the 0mm gun on prnarnt
was clear in the VaJdoat area aew Commercial Manager of the North Homer RalUff and Duane Harp th dash of the earTh the latter pan of July acreage of any Army pint east ofGnnnlimrn 1 da* lama mil be nr..t To d.- thisStoat' .
turned west bypassed the Florida Telephone C'omPlUan- j er. ear war stolen from th State Road IT 'la closed
cloud and then tamed east again noonoed plan for the Introduction Day presented. the president1 used car lot of John Thorns to all\ traffic for the better than
t* paaa Just ... of Fargo of a new area code for *.- award of honor lo Chart ...- Motor. In Gadsden. Ala., but aQ lAH"fJ At' /'amp: M atlte ef th* road) located In
Aa we passed seer Wayeroas, change of Ih* North Florida CrkBoa and Fred DeVau for aervto .. Four were from HunUvllte Ala ..... ...... "'. ..--.. ... Ih* Mewa/t '''''.UcIn. There are
radio Informed ua It wa raining Telephone Company on July II. '. -'t'. better than HOMO aerca Included
t* him and th* club for th Th ear wa picked up by Thomas i
In the Fort Stewart area a* M war IN/. part year.KlfhhgM. Motor Monday. ...:f" In Fort Stewart* boundaries and
1 west again then east to bypaa. Florida te praacnUy dlvteVdJ bite of th award pwentalkm Other action showed II earn In 1 \ r 19 part of three Georgia. souniwmobs
Jaawp where ram warn also fallingand two area code lOa and 111. Anew was th Jaycee of Ih Mayor Court Monday; three for .J""f' .V up the hugs training and
then HJneevOIe where Ft.Atewart area cod. 904 will N wed Tear Award presented this year I'fttINl driving two each for \ ;' firing sits. i
I'1 b totaled. for the north portion af the elate I* Fred DtVane. I public drunl........* and fighting /.... the Osa'. tank company as*
The Us M mile of the flightwe which te now the MS arcs. Tea club member* received three for driving without Bornae .. ... rived at Stewart Saturday after.
were wider radar control tract Taaerio said. the chaag to sparkpUag award Inchidlnc Toe one for seeding and one for I noon and Sunday began pnp",..
I JactaoKvUM. Air traffic personnel mandatory because ef FtertdaltrcoMndoiH Moor*. Itaner lUun. Ronnie driving white both beer** tag '. ten foe tank rang firing. Cap
there guided M arovnd and thn population geewthsmng IVev. 4 CssH! .< M Page II) and ...."''* tteena* were revoked' rwMa .' J lain rail liembry drew th* assign-
rain tt rr. the .teat decade. Thiagrowtli men ef et rating the rang* for
The only time rain fell en that snake M neeeeaary to add ... Ih* lank ftalUJIon Monday and
lane via when .. landed. at FVBtrwart more central office cedes 'Ibelot Croup To sleet Friday tad everytfiing ki eider when th*
after drcttng the. town are* cod wia aewrlde th.* tret round popped off en Urn

1 and camp for !. minute* whOewarttng Mded central office code Two Buses Have Been PurchasedFor \ Monday awning. The firing ......
f for a break to the. *>owd* Florida win k* saw tint state toth day Inciiidiid pvaetio firing with
1 tttni whets lo land. ; south and the thirteenth In I the M mae gun. the M sake
U wa* a thrOHng eipertmaa to the atattan to her mare than too Junior College TransportationA smiled m* lNk I CMtame4 eat rage 1} .re. ..*. I machine gun Munto4 to.
A meeting of the newly' -formed College Trantport, Ih* taM turret. Baorea were anlrnt -

Inc., an organization! to provide transportation for atud- Ih* battalion reported.
II ,
At Local! 'I The .
Airport ants to North Florida Junior College at MadUoo, will te Armored- other Uv* Oak' unit th*
Cavalry PUtoon
I'f held Friday night at 0:00: p.m. In the conference room at Headquarter Companylined of the

Suwaane .Valley Elextrie Coop. 1W ,.,.,.. unit al Fort Btowart
f TWC used buses be,. seen pur for the, |
w* week. encampment
!
chased by th* group+ and hare I MM'grad gist transported and te 6
student ,.UI ,.... busy thAI reek with toitoRi.IIM -
been checked by a local Khard*. I hav no arhed I .
tra.u4
On bua WO be used to transport led before IK .... The boa Muling tochnbtue. perfecting It*
students and th other held Mreserve win rave Lire Oak at I 00 am. I
Part ef the
k1 lL I to rarnto a regular and.depart,.* MadUen at 3.41PM. < directly front riurld hwno stations unite atoved Into
athed le.PluptmJ.
1\ Joe Jacob*. formerly cf Live MVOUM *r*.4 scattered thruoul
Ic.v \ pUrt* for financing '
Ire .
[ tamp all*. Our cf the training
.U be discussed at Friday averting Oak. ha* been tftstmrnenU In see I rsqiifremefit'
presrribMl
for
bat tentative plan are to mrmg th* ttcens and with the 1n I f National Guard te Ifial four nlghto tea
chary .. Mttal deposit .f IMper lereerpar.tion.Any .
? b*
spit in Mvoua In .
or th* ftold.
todent. lad III **) per aaanth purson desiring to avail
I far 1M sthaol ....... At the end IN*. I Canard w Pace IIDr. To nd.4 MCMnpltsh bito '''''. unlit are d!-
I two atimenl with part '
cf VIe second aMMeter a review of
I In btvoua
each ef the two week
Lam'i I the financial prograat win be ." "rph,,.,. Ares.Ilenes ( U,. r>tk'* unit win tnov to.
BUM* and an eseea nonce aeroatttteted Ih* fukl.
early
Monday morning
...... ... news win be Club j/WGl..fO' M part of th* lied Armored ..
J ursded..... thwe pwtktpating.drivera Dr. 0,.. K.a swpbr... a.. ads and win Brig .
F Li.d: ....".. will be used *..... rlersJ ......... I ....... area return Friday! lo Ih* eon f
/ morning.
nth the bu. devMVflg from a .f th* agriraHcral esaenV ....... \ PrepraliMi' fur an arm 4mnslraikMi .) r
'MOTevitetit locaUM, Uo alrnenlwa at GetMevtB* weN ..vk FrkUf at shirts 0tmIr1
heosetefeoisMptrk the .......
not penal rvgwla- aaertsiigaf nor Haydo
', ... A amlaiaaa *f 41 ...- ... Braatfard Are MeafeCa ft ........ O*. I,. I J*.*. 0. Gusts It,.. *.4 **. I ...tIer. 01 Ih Bum* Florida and Cabinet tt)>n
dente te capacity and M have Js> L
.... C Beatrice*. dada .f u.. Oe4. J**>* teen a* M-l Lot will *. prsaenl are Bearing *oavpletton >
*l n4 *.. The driver bu. and Dr. "..... .
fieotty pub.Wd
That I* the fv4 yet Nr Matlssial Od meaew .. aw .. ......... cf ... guying *.***l ftoU Iraaata* .... Ue ft*. ...... aal Ord al W.IscweH. and will hlghflghl the
dudes adruateDr. iu
*/* by ei a. r of the
first
burl drw t IW liaa .irl-"...t to ... ..... ..... CM. teal .1 ....... be_ M ........ .......... Oe. Silk *r* .Ma> Gary A. |*a .... IITUe T...* *week anal ef eanp.TO .
TT-i..irflt wc fievB I* FarMsrst: by Osawaof: WBa W ... Uar haa lf.mOes.fad w 1M eaaemy tI ....- call eI the Oat and are among 0.555 I......... .4 .spoor Into tie Mlrfdte "'parade that te held

..*, tas loyal afisrw. .sm. IDsr..awStaff flags deal ef North Florida Junior CoV Crean I ... l*.. I Cea1N..du.. den BMetking Fag II thlo







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I ED I; :TORIAL I III FLORIDA'SFarm' It Happened In



I J Suwannee County, Florida



Another Fine AttractionFlorida Front 1915 -1940 -1955 -


is known thruout the world for emphasized and where all are remindedof ByDoyle \ ,
its many fine attractions. These interest- the real truth of the Crucifixion. Such E.

ing and often visited showplacei are scat- prestige attractions should be sought and ConnerWe ,, 'A.J* Taken From The Filet Of
the breadth and length of -
tered thruout then supported to assure success.

the state and range from snakeotorium to Thus it is that residents in this area hear a lot about soil losses THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ?"r?
the inspiring memorial to Stephen Fosteron from winds, floods and erosion
could well plan to see the latest in out- -- I
the banks of the Suwannee at White but very little about replenish
door dramas The Cross and Sword _
ment of soil by dust depositedfrom presiding Mr. and Mrs. Randolph W. Mal,
Passion Lake 1915
Springs and the Play at
which will open Sunday night at St. Aug- the atmosphere.I I announce the engagement of their

Wales. the ustine. note that U. S. Departmentof Rev W B. Parshley claims to A profit of $ 62.80 to be used daughter, Carol Sue to Ira Joseph
The very nature and diversity of The Cross and the Sword is a drama Agriculture scientists and cooperators I be the champion Kerj'mw vine : for the numerous Elk chailty activities Ross, son of Mr and Mrs Green
attractions in this state is why Florida I of the State He has a vim
raiser
telling the story of the first two years of now are measuring dust was made off the third B. Ross of this city. The wed
beckons men, women and children of all in his yard, where thy garden ding will be an event of
St. Augustine's settlement and Is being pre- deposits from the Kansas-Colo annual Elks minstrel, presentedto Sunday
ages and from all walks of life. Truly sented as part of that city's celebration of rado, border. to New Jersey on the | ought to be, and would be, If the a good sized crowd at the August 21 at six o'clock in tht
vine mentioned had not taken
there is something for everybody in this its 400th anniversary.It east, and from Montana soutn to school auditorium Friday night First Methodist Church with the
which Is
state during both the summer and the win- Texas. possession of the plot, Rev. S.A. Wilson officiating
will be presented every night except fully 100 feet or maybe a little .
ter seasons. Since this dust contains minerals and 90 feet beam andit Come September 2 and it's backto
less all
Friday from June 27 to September 5 in a over
We have felt that Florida is a logical and organic matter, it is believed has begun to school for Suwannee County's
Just
grow
place for spectacular outdoor dramas like new 2,000 seat amphitheatre that efficient methods of boys and girls. Farm Worker Has

those that dot the Carolinas and portray Approximately 100 actors will take trapping and holding it on agricultural The younger-members of fthe The date was set at Tuesday's I 3lost Horsepower
PO vividly life as lived by those who carved part in the drama which Is but a part of land might increase soil I Senior Epworth League were delightfully I meeting of the board of school

this nation from the wilderness. extensive renovation now going on to restore -I fertility entertained apt the parsonage commissioners In the office of superintendent OAINESVILLE Who has the

The Passion Play that has meant so much of the historical significanceof An average of 40 pounds of dust by Mrs L. 8. Patterson W, T, Newson.. I most power backing him up In his
much to the community of Lake Wales is the nation's oldest city. per acre was deposited at Manhattan on last Thursday evening. Check work horsepower, that is?

not only an attraction that has brought The Cross and Sword is a welcome; addition Kansas, during 11 monthsin Byrd and Miss Clotllde Baisden I ment According Stations to Florida's Expert
Engineer
1983-64. During April and May of' R. E
millions to the Lake city but as to Florida's attraction's. It shouldbe were the successful winners 1955 '
County 1964, the monthly average zoomedto the contest. Miss Bertie Patter_ Choate. tada,. average agricultural
one place where the finer things of life are supported. 119 pounds per acre, a "dust son and Miss Vera Blums gave George E. Rltchey, agronomist worker ha at his disposal 36
flood" that occurred at the same several musical selections. Miss In charge of the Suwannee Valley mechanical and electrical horse

About time as duststorm activity 300 'Julia Snow served punch. Experiment Station here sinceit power. This compares with just
miles away on the Kansas-Colo Present wer Miss Primrose Walker was established five years ago seven horsepower available to his
rado border.In Miss Julia Snow, Miss Sallie Is retiring June 30 to close a career counterpart in Industry.But .
This June, the dust deposited at McCormack, Miss Clotllde Bali- devoted to agriculture in the still more power Is needed

Marcellus, N. Y., 1,300 miles from den, Miss Ruth Westbrook Miss United States,.China and Phlffl- I for agriculture. The researcher
J573JhfA And the storm, jumped from 33 to 58 Oliva Evans, Miss Vera Blume, pine Islands. says a vast number of agricultural
pounds per acre Miss Orace Murrell Oeo. West- operations such as harvestIng -
ww w V That Tracing the course and distribution moreland. Hugh McDaniel, John Live Oak's'Tobacco market will crating and packaging are
of dust movement! may Pound Gentry White, Victor open for sales Thursday, July 21 still done by hand. This costs

help to explain the origin of losses -. Blume, Andrew Westbrook, J B. it was announced Tuesday. money.
Schools A Must Taxes And Fairness unstratlfied soil formations Evans and Cheeky Byrd. Th*. dates for all belts were set The Experiment Stations engineer
Quality that make up a large part of at the meeting Kid by the bright explains that through the
Santa Rosa is a growing county In a growing The Florida Supreme Coot last week, exercising the nation's midwestern soil. The contractor;broke ground and belt. warehouse association at Virginia application of engineering, new
county we have to provide public facil tiea. So the same good judgement that has marked all USDA reports. began work excavating for the Beach, Va. ways must. be provided to carryout

far, we have been able to do this, and we may be of its recent rulings, held that all tax assessors Loesses generally are thought foundation of the Federal Post the many operation taking
able to continue providing moat of the required must use the full, face value of properties in compiling to be dust and other wlndborne office this week.. Suwannee County has Joined 19 place in today movement of food

roads, streets, drainage, police, fire protection, the tax rolls of each county materials that have been deposited other North Florida counties and and fiber to home and business.
and health cervices without too much strain. But That ruling follows a principal long supportedby over thusands of years. Saturday is special bargain day two from South Georgia in signinga And it has to be done "without the

our schools are a different problem.We this newspaper. in Live Oak, merchants have reduced contract with the Water Resources luxury of so many high cost man-
.
The ad valorum tax prices, addresses will be Development Corp., to Increase hours"
wall school fi
against the in concept can operate fairly
are right up Two Items of
news came to my the rainfall here. The A food example of the Increasing
for all citizens only if it Is fairly applied. And such made by the lion W, R. Dorman
nancing. attention recently that emphasized and others. Governor contract was signed In Lake City amount of horsepower being
Trammell
Some of our citizens say, "Cut out the frills fairness can only result if and when all propertiesare the efforts being made these has been invited and the Live Oak Tuesday given to agricultural workers in

off some of the supervisory personnel, trim the fairly and fully evaluated at their full and days to find effective substitutesfor band will furnish music for the Florida' Is new mechanical harvesting -

school bus routes, take the salary from School reasonable value. agricultural chemicals that occasion Bill DuPes son of Mr and Mrs. equipment in the areas .. .
Board members, etcetera." Sorry, but that would This .Is especially true in a state where a may create environmental hazards Harry DuPre .U serving in the of citrus and vegetable crop
Homestead Exemption Amendment frees to life or health. house of congress, Washington .
,
not do the job. the first The semi-annual meeting of the
In the first place, the state provides much of $5,000 of each residential property, occupied by One was a report of a plan to Philathea Class of the First Baptist D. C. as a page. Renew Year e.baedptiea. New>)> 4 .
rent manatees to clear the Hills-
the money for two of the three items mentioned, the owner, from taxation. borough River of stresm-obstruc- Church was held at the hoe

and if it were all applied to school construction, Use of any percentage, less than the full 100 ting plant life. Then large, harmless pi table home of Col. and Mrs.H. .
teacher salaries, and facilities, it still would be a per cent figure multpUes that exemption to the disadvantage aquatic beasts have been doIng : E Carter. In Oakhurst Friday
small part of the needed funds. of owners of non-exempt holdings, suchas a fine experimental job in evening New officers are Mrs. J
J: F. Klnkald. president Miss
:
A minimum of nearly a million dollars will be business and residential properties, troves, South Florida cleaning up plants Burke, vie president; Mrs Mary James B. Daniels I )
ranches and farmlands that have clogged canals.
needed In the next five year over and above'any Bothwell Barnett secretary: Miss
This tax Inequity can be partially erased I _Chemical sprays are effective, '.
foreseeable help from outside the county by Katie Broome, treasurer and Mrs.BazzeU :
to provide what we will need in facilities and employment of full, fair valuations on all properties but they are costly and they leave reporter.
by the tax assessors. dead plants to disintegrate in Funeral Homes
personnel. time. The manatees, however,
Having surveyed the situation from every That was the ruling of the court and it is a consume everything edible like

angle, school officials have determined that the ruling that all fair-minded Floridians should ap.. hungry children cleaning up their 1940 LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
of that can possibly do the Job
only source money plaud.Taxes plates. Paul Ductile became
is from property taxes. are not and must never become a The second Item was TIME president
of the Live Oak Rotary Club at
This is not a popular remedy, but that Is not penalty inflicted upon the haves for the benefit of magazine's recent report of the a short ceremony held prior to Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen
the less fortunate. discovery In Uruguay of a parasite -
exactly the point. program Urn Monday lie succeeds equipped ambulances on call twenty-
We believe that Santa Rosa County citizens Taxes Imposed on any basis other than that of ant that appears to concen- Alfred T Alrth.
want to have quality education for Its citizens We actual worth of the holdings of the citizenry become trate exclusively on fire ants causing four hours each day In both Live Oak

feel that this is absolutely necessary. We believe both unfair and punitive. as a them scourge to lose to man their and effectiveness beast. Lira' Oak journeys to Lake City and Branford.

that it Is foolish to settle for less than we Of course, enforcement of the court decree Say TIME; "The parasites have Sunday in an attempt to break a

can afford for education, and we can afford more imposes a clear-cut duty upon all tax supported been found only In association two game losing streak at the

than we have been paying government agencies. The ruling should not and with fire ants. Apparently they nine.Branford'i hands. of the Columbia County CALL DAY OR NIGHT
The State average of non-exempt assessed must not be permitted to open the door to wild cannot live except when fed by
valuation per pupil enrolled was $10,233 last year spending orgies. As the-assessment rolls increase, the fire ants This dependence River league entry withdrew in the Suw.nee for .the,,- I LIVE OAK BRANFORD

The Santa Rosa. County average was $1,924. Are mlllage must be reduced in direct proporUon. makes them promising as a potent remainder of the year when a 362-3333 935-4100

we really that poor? Boca Raton News biological weapon"The meeting of representative of the
report adds that USDA
In the school year of 1983- 4, the state paid a six teams was held at. the Court-
scientist wlU not bring the parasites J. B. DANIELS LF.D.
of The Golden house Monday, night, with JR.
81 cents and the Federal Oovernment 7 cents Rule to the U. 8. until It is certsln PfeR!
every dollar for our school program. Of this dollar Life moves so fast and we are faced with so they will not upset the bal- dent of the league, Joe Slimily

by the way, 74 cents went to Instruction, and only many temptations to join the run-of-the-mill ways ance of nature in some unexpected

8 cents for operation and administration. that we often fail to keep in mind the Golden and possibly harmful way.

We think It is time for a realistic appraisal of Rule do unto others as you would have them Our Plant Industry Division ,
our tax situation. In fact, it's past time do unto you. has been using mires a chemical

-Press Oazette-Milton We are often tempted to join In harmless to wildlife and domestic
gossip (
usually
animals to control fire ants overlarge JOHNNYS
speculative or half-true gossip), or to judge infested areas in a number
others, or to say unkind words or criticize
others. of Florida counties. Results to
Individuals Have Rights How many who read this editorial can say they date have been very good. IN THE
Decision: of the city to crack down on scooter have not succumbed to this temptation often, Considerable time and money y s

and motorcycle riders who make the night hideous If we seek the good in others and talk about could be saved if we could substitute -

with racing motors and reamed out. mufflers,. deserves it, the results are often astonishing Faith in the a successful biological control !' PARADEJoining /

the support of every citizen. goodness of many a weary soul has brought about guaranteed not to. backfire:

This newspaper has no quarrel with the two- near-miraculous results and inspirational conduct. on our economy at. some future
time. In the meantime well continue -
wheeled playthings of the adolescent clan, as long and performance. For each of us has good in us to tackle firs ant. problemswith
as such vehicles are used for the purpose for which and none among us la perfect.
mires.
they were designed to get the owner from wherehe Jesus once said "Let him among you who Is j[ .

Is to where he wants to be. without sin, cast the first stone." If we could ; "
But it does oppose the popping, roaring cycles remember this, every day of the week, every week, Rising costs of rearing and educating -1t
ranging in packs to make the night hideous. th world would be a far better place in which to children have caused a
slowing down in the U. 8. rate of
There are those, of course who will defend live, -
population growth.U. :
t
the right of a youngster to ride where when and -cocoa Tribune 8. New not** that. the birthrate ,;
as he wishes, regardless of the effect of that free in the first three months of

dom upon a neighborhood or an entire community The this year U down to. 1005 live
shouldTh ere are those who will insist that regulations Suwannce DemocratOF births for each 1.000 women of the parade of vacation trippers? Here are two

not apply to adolescents lest their egos be child-bearing age.
warped and their Ida malformed.But LIVE OAK FLORIDA In 1OT. the figure was 122.'. good suggestions:

such arguments are just plain unvarnished "," the Heart of 1M SSHMMIM Riper VMtf For the first quarter of last year
hogwash. It. was lOa g. Th total number of I 1)) Store your valuables in our bank safety deposit box.
babies born In IN5 U expected to.
To be a member of a society, one must first BANNER Consolidated LEADER
Established fall below four million in the U. 8. safe from fire
1I4 theft.
learn to recognise and RESPECT the rights of August >, U9T Established 1188 or
r..liabfll Every T1nlnda at Fin A, Case Street for the first time sine 153.

others.respect is Anything barbarism.less than that recognition and Louie C. Wsdaworth .... Editor A Publisher population That' doesnt will not mean continue that\ our tonMMM. 2)) Take safe, convenient Travelers Checks on your

The youngsters who gun their motors and Clara S. Wadsworth ....,... AssoctitS Tit!!?: '* it will but a rat more trip be
spit flames through gutted-out 'mufflers demonstrate Walter Lea Ollvt ...... Advertising Manager in keeping with that of the 7-ea- they can easily cashed anywhere.

they have not yet learned to respect such George T. (Pete) Wright..Shop Foreman toes and Thinks That means

rights.The ...Second_C1a.Poatar. Paid At HT* Oak. Florida_ that the "explosion" we'Ve been
hot-rod gangs that roar through sleepy 8UB8CIUPnOHSuwaDQM> County: 'I. O hearing much about U tapering
residential streets like third-rate Marlon Brando RATES- Outside Suwanne County $500 off to a rumble. I

have no one but themselves to blame! when they ALI. 8VBaCRlPTl6N3=-P****blel TdYanCe V. & News concludes: It the
baby boom continues to flnto. effects -
lace municipal juvenile authorities iOMMERCIAL
or will be profound. Population BANK:
Perhaps some suspended Ucei iusd sessions t-. dim OP ... 1
growth will be slower than rdieted. .. ?"..wr+r
ia traffic classes may impress upon them Uw all 110rida PrgS Aso i Schools basing K *** -
important tact that the rights of the individual ttTJWANItitlt tIoai demands will be chanr. ., In *jj I IE! OF LIVE OAK

end where the rights of the many are imposed likelihood a larger than of the LIVE OAK FLORIDA
nation babies w/ul' .
upon Chamber of :: be coming _,, _
Auburndal felar from people Mist able to afford .
-,- -It.. .MB them."



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= THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE THREE


== {9fgAZi ted t ;Mr. And Mrs. DonVI Martin Gebb Mw.New Residents Bins! Honor 1 Mitt McFarlarul I


P Friday June 29. the home of
'Mrs John Blus was the setting
WOMeN for an Informs neighborhood oof
fee honoring Mrs. Mack Orsves
who recently moved here from
Mississippi and lives on Pearl
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Street and Mrs. J. B. Daniels who
recently moved on Pearl Street,
r The living room and dining rti ,
Miss! Evon Wadsworth Wetly! Mr. Cehb In Double I room featured arrangements of Y
yellow and whit mums used at I'H
King Ceremony At Woslwood Baptist Church vantage points. The refreshmenttable i '

The Wcstwood Baptist Church was the setting for the was covered with a white
nuptial vows of Miss Barbara Evon Wadsworth and David cut-work cloth over green. Mrs.
Martin Gebb on June eleventh at eight o'clock in the Edward Mulltns assisted Mrs. Btus a..r,
evening with the grooms father Dr. L. G. Gebb D, D., officiating In serving coffee and Danish rolls
0r and assorted cookies to the guests. Fr
0h at the double ring ceremony. I' j
Those enjoying the occasion
Miss Wadsworth .U the daughter 1't;/ 1
with the hostess and honoreea
1 of Mr and Mrs. Joel Wads- bra:
She carried a bouquet of yellow
j were Mrs. Bern Swing. Mrs. Bill
worth of Route Five and Mr. carnations from which fell white .
Burch Mrs. Qaraett Hunter Mrs.Francis
Obb. the son of Dr. and Mr*. L. latin streamers.The .I i '
Pournelle Mrs. Roger a ,4"- i'M
0 Oebb of Ashvllle, N. C. : ;
. flower girl wore a floor :) Medlock. Mrs. Wilton Kane. Mrs. :
;
Given In marriage by her father I length gown of white satin with a LT' '/II' '. ,1r Bill Pierce Mrs. Roy Sullivan ,
the bride chose Mrs. Jimmie yellow satin sash with a flat bow ';,ft.......r,. ",. Mrs. Julian Edwards Mrs. Odle i I
Brown M her matron of honor. in the back. Her headpiece was "j. Ooodlet. and Mrs. Edward Mul-
The flower girl was Deborah Identical to that of the matron of 1v "". I ? llns.
Thomas and ring bearer was honors and she, carried a white a aItnm"'a
Gregory Thomas, both cousins of basket of yellow rose petals. t'.mwal'artyy ;ark
the bride.: Following the ceremony Mr and r' ,;
William H. Sejak served the Mrs. Wadsworth entertained witha Hononv
groom as beat man and ushers reception In the Educational On Friday June twenty-fourth.
were Russell Wadsworth. brother Hall of the church. Pamela Crews was honored on her
of the bride and Richard Klllen Miss Miriam Oebb presided over ninth birthday with a party liven
brother-in-law of the groom. the bride's book. by her mother, Mrs Paul Citws.
Mrs. Erwtn Land accompanied The wedding was directed by Upon arrival each guest was
Mrs. Lawton Jones, vocalist who Mrs. Houston CUndiff. rr .ji'Ait.! tGa given several pony rides. i
sang "Whither Thou Ooesf and The couple left on a wedding a Refreshments of cake Ice cream
"The Wedding Prayer", The traditional trip to South Florida. They will M and punch was terved
wedding marches were reside at :344 Mendoca Avenue Games were played during the
used. Cord Oablea. Mrs. Oebb will teachIn afternoon.
I j
The bride wore a floor length Dade County Olympia Heights Seventeen enjoyed the occasion
gown fashioned of Chantllly lace Elementary School and twill groom Including the honoree's sitters,
poised over net and taffeta witha I : ;;u-hj-studies In Miami i Judy and Brenda,
lords Hold : :Miss\ DenkLuncltcon
bouffant skirt. The fitted bodice Medical School, ) I Mr and Mrs E, E. Me far land .f this ally, snnamiee the en.
was enhanced with a scalloped I Out of town guests were William Family Itrunion) lloiiorec Cokr Party ft Urn gagemrnt .f their daughter, Kathleen Ruth. U Jantei. Byrd Jr..
neckline and the long sleeves cam Sejak of Enon Valley Ps. Mr The B. F Oaylord family held I son .f Mr. and Mrs. I. F Mtaiwrl .f Wellborn
to the wrists. Her elbow and Mrs. Richard Klllen and son. Mrs. Park Futch 8r. enter For HriiKKiWtMlAi I
points over their \ I Both .. .
family reunion Sunday June talned with luncheon are graduates f S anne II Uh School and Mr. BjrrdU
length veil of the sheerest Illusion David of Manchester Mo" Mrs. a Thursday Elaine Dennis, bride-elect.
13. at the home of Mr and Mrs i., new employed with the SUU R..d Department
the Red Barn Restaurant I In
fell from a satin bow crested W. O. Thomas ST. of Jackson was guest of honor at a "Coke"Party
N. O. Avery of O'Brien.A Wedding will a. ,
plans annamieed later
Lake City honoring Miss Elaine
with lace petals and surrounded ville. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Brownof picnic dinner was served out last Tuesday afternoon given "
with seed pearls. She carrieda Gainesville. Dr. and Mrs. L. OOfbb of Dennis. by Mrs. Henry Folnnnt and her
doors at the noon hour
white Bible topped with white and Miss Miriam Oebb ofAahvUI. ThoM attending were: Mr and Wedding ring place card marked daughter Sheryl. In their home In the dining area Dennis Mrs. Monroe Williams
carnations centered with an or .. N. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kirs. A.W Oaylord 8r of Brim. the places of the guests Mil on Pearl Avenue. The hostesMis' presented Miss Miss Blnka Koff. Miss Rose Baa.
chid.The Hsi-buck and family of Ft.L udf'r. Mr, and Mrs. A. W Oaylord and Dennis' place was marked with a A permanent arrangement of I Dennis with china In her thorn I Miss Jill\ McMullen. Mla Martha I
matron of honor wore a dale. Hubert Newland of Coral daughter of Stark. Mr and Mrs white corsage white roses' was used In the living pattern. McFarland. Miss Eileen Kunert.
floor length gown of yellow taffeta. Gables, and )Ir. and Mrs. W. O. Walter Oaylord and daughters. Centering the tab!. was an arrangement room and yellow and white mums Attending were Mrs. Brsiton and MM Jenny Grappa
Her veil attachedto Thomas and Deborah and Gregory ----- -- -
short was Carole and Hedy. of Wellborn.Mr. of pink and whit carnations
a headpiece matching her gown. of Jacksonville. and Mrs. W. W. Osylord of centered with a wedding
O'Brien. Mr and Mrs. I. W Osy ring and engagement ring, the
lord and son. Donald of Brien. stone of the .engagement. was
Low Cost Loans Available I Mr. and Mr. Billy Gardner and formed of whit carnations, e*-
children of Tampa. Mr and Mrs. tending down the table were pink
FOR FINANCING Jack Oaylord and family of Tampa streamers with wedding ring
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCESTVs. Mrs W O. Fisher and sons caught at th* ends.
( Waahers. Dryer. lit..,.... Eta. of Pensaeola. Mr., Virginia Rowel! The honor received silver In
Check on our new Low Interest Rate For and son of Palatka. Mr and Mrs.B her selected pattern from the
NEW CAR LOANS P. Oaylord of Wellborn )Ir. hostess new from DODGE
Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need and Mrs. Barney Osylord of 81. Present with th* hosUss and
Monthly Payments To Fit Your Budget Petersburg. Mr, and Mrs. Roger honor wr Mrs Braxton Dennis -

McMullen and son of Jacksonville, mother of the honoree, Mrs .....-
ALL FINANCING BAdEDON0000: CREDIT RATING Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Law tf Tam B. E. Williams Br. mother of the '.a
-- pa. Mr and Mrs. N. O. Avery of room-elect Mrs. Monroe Wl. tltL
Come In and talk over needs with
: TUB FRIENDLY your FIRST" O' rWn. rmmctt. Gaylord and !llama Mrs. J. D. Cundtlf. Mr*. I
aria of Wellborn and Mr. awl J. D. Na ln. Mrs. Harry DuPr. .
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mrs Louis Berry and dauchurs of Mrs. Frank Platen Jr. Mr* Lou" : : ] ,
Wellborn. C. Wadsworth. Mill Sheryl! lid j.P 1
OF LIVE OAK About 29 friends of the family som. and Mill Charlotte Wads- ,
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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY I, 196 .



Parades, Fireworks Features Holmes Recipient Funeral Services I Four Charged With I Display Jaycee Awards I


Early July Fourth Celebrations 20-Year Award
i Clara B. Allen 'Theft Of AutoSheriff

: Set -,. -
Pattern For ObservanceWashington ---
1 Duke McCallister reports -

The first July 4 celebrations set a Held TuesdayFuneral that four juveniles were arrested -

pattern that has made the Fourth glorious ever since. services for Mrs. Clara at Wellborn last Friday residencein for
breaking and entering a
Parades, fireworks, speeches, band music, and gen- Bell Allen 39, were held at Union Plant City

J eral jubilation marked the early observances, the Na- Baptist Church Tuesday, June 29, Upon investigation by local

tional Geographic Society says. with the Rev Charles D Fouraker authorities a Crewman 600 .22

f On July 8, 1776, a large crowdof I officiating.Mrs. calibre target pistol a transistor jt4F
raded. '
Philadelphia* gathered in 111f Allen passed away Mon- radio, and two pairs of boots were
Independence Square to listen to Taking a stroll that evening, day, June 28, in the Oainesville recovered, along with several pen
I John Nixon read the Declaration Adams "was surprised to find the Medical Center. nies and other small change.

of Independence, adopted four whole city lighting up candles at She Is survived by her husband Three of the boys were pickedup

days before. Nixon stood on a the windows. I walked most of the Fred Allen; six sons, David Allen, at a residence in Wellborn Fri-

platform that the American Philosophical -I evening and I think it was the i Branford, Leonard Allen Lake day afternoon at 2'00: o'clock but

Society had erected a few most splendid illumination I ever City, Fred H. Allen, Earl E. Allen, the other boy was riding with a

years earlier to observe the tran- saw: a few surly houses were dark, Alvin H Allen, and Albert R. AlIen friend and arrested upon his return -

sit of Venus. but"the lights were very univer- all of O'Brien: three sisters, at 10:30: Friday night

Charles Biddle, of the famous sal. The dark houses presum- Mrs. Ray Ammons, Live Oak, The last boy arrested had $150

Philadelphia Biddies, said of the ably belonged to royalists. Later in Mrs. Helen- Schallsky, Live Oak of the $400 reported stolen on him

first Fourth: "There were few respectable the evening, some of the unlighted and Nalle Sanford Fitzgerald, and $143 was found hidden under -

persons present." windows were broken by patri- : Oa.; and one grandchild. the lavatory In the bathroom of a Live Oak Jaycees are shown with plaque received Ust Fri-

John Adams, however, was more Active pallbearers were E. J, Wellborn store
ots.In 1788, Philadelphia again day night at tbe Jaycees' awards .......". Charles MeCrimen,
enthusiastic. He wrote: Three Knight, Donald Knight Curtis The boys confessed the break-in
celebrated the Fourth and also left displays his president's award *f boner Fred DeVane
center.
cheers render the welkin. The James
Perry A. Holmes, parole officer Humphries, Johnny Curly, and were returned by Plant City
the recent ratification of the Con- also received an award of honor but Is displaying the Jayeee
battalions paraded on the Com- here with the Florida ProbatIon C. Bass and Robert Barnett. authorities Saturday .f
mon and gave us the feu de Joie stltutlon with.a three-hour parade and Parole Commission, was Honorary pallbearers were Buck the Year trophy awarded him. state vice president George R

(salute), notwithstanding the A carriage in the snape or an eagle awarded a 20-year Service Certificate Maynard, Bobby Fletcher, Leon (Fusty) Day U ahewn with the district sparkplug award (Demo

scarcity or powaer.. The Mils rang carried the Constitution, which at the annual meeting of Hatch, Aubrey Fielding John L. Soil Conservation crag Staff Photo)
all day and almost all was framed and fixed on a staff and Cecil Barrett.
night Humphries,
and
the Florida Council Crime
Next year, two days before July crowned with a liberty cap. The Delinquency held June on 23-25 '.t Interment followed in the Union Board Meets July 2 I District will be held at 3 p.m. Friday tine business will be conducted

4, it occurred to the Continental words "The People" were writtenin the Langford Hotel In Winter Cemetery with James B. Daniels The regular monthly meeting of July 2, at the County Agricultural -I These meetings are open to the
Congress that something should be gold letters on the staff. Park. Funeral Home in charge of ar the Board of Supervisors for the Building,. according to J. public and anyone Interested

done about the first anniversaryof During the next 25 years In- This award was given in recognition rangements. 'I Suwannee River Soil Conservation Dan Ross board chairman. Rou- invited to attend. u
I observed
dependence Day was asa
the Declaration. Arrangements
of outstanding service to
were quickly made to adjourn primarily partisan celebration. the commission throughout his

Congress for the day and hold a The party its in opponents power regularly from excluded the- 20-year tenure. For Sal -R.al Estate

special dinner in .
Philadelphia.In festivities. In 1800 two Philadelphia The other certificate was present -
a letter to his daughter, John schoolmasters, Fed d to J. Hopps Barker of the 433 ACRES LOADED =
Adams described the festivities: stuanch Miami area.Members I viwmi iwi wim4P"z WITH PINE
stalked Fourth of TIMBER
Bells all erallsts. out of a and improved
rang day there were bon- of paa-
juvenile courts
fires in the streets, and fireworksIn July exercise when a pupil insisted tune H mi hiwar frontage be-
counselors state
juvenile and probation -
the evening. Warships In the on reading the Declaration of ___ tween Live Oak and Lake! Cit
and parole representatives
river broke out their flags and Independence. That seditious doc- comprised the attendance at the MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS HELP WANTED Near phosphate area. Prices
fired salutes.A ument was too closely associated right.
LITTLE ADS _
with Thomas Jefferson, a Republican three-day meet.
captured Hessian band furn- e 80 ACRES with 75 ,
(Democrat) BIG RESULTS CURB HELP WANTED NOW. acres or mot
ished the music for the special cleared $10.000.
Ages 18 to 40. Apply\ in
Many citizens were reluctant to personA
dinner, served at 3 p.m. in a city Dr. Van Brim To BUY8ELlEXCIiANGENEW
tavern. Between take part in Fourth of July ceremonies MONEY for your farm operations & W Drive In. cajj tf HIGH bluff river front lots
elaborate Whatever the purpose you wID at reasonable cost. Termsto
dominated by what one Retire On June 30
a company of soldiers fired toasts'l find Democrat classifieds. de fit your needs. Loans up to WANTED Waitresses. Apply a& Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
After the dinner, the newspaper called "office seekers TALLAHASSEE The dean of the job, quickly and well 7 years. Call North Florida Production Dixie drill. cajj U
and demagogues". It urged the RIVER
employees in the Florida Department Credit Assn. 8. Ohio
general public to turn out and of Agriculture will retire on DEADUNE FOR INSERTION Ave. Live Oak. Tel. 383-2588. WAITRESSES: WANTED Must REALTY

WONDER TREE break the politicians' monopolyon June 30, Commissioner Doyle Con 5:01 P.M. Tuesdays e ebc-tf be over 21. Apply In person between 407 Bowling St.
:
July 4. ner announced today.Dr. I the hours of 9-13 am. at Farm Bureau Bldg.
t The partisan spirit' had subsided V. L. (Van) Bruns, 66, WllUston LOW RATE FOR RESULTS VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. Holiday Inn Restaurant, Lake Phone 362-1326

by 1828. The DOth anniversary veterinarian In the Divisionof Hi cents per word, with a Machine, machlneless, and cold City eaej tf WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor
of the Declaration of Indepen minimum of $1,00.All Speciallxlnf In Farm
k Animal Industry, widely known wave permanent given Operator & Acreage
dence was widely celebrated as a livestock ( elawlflrds man be paid In NATIONAL SALES COMPANY A,, .. and 1/o.rm
throughout : circles in Annie H. Mills Mfr-
community affair with paradesand Central Florida, will become Inactive advance) tie Mills, and Mary Drew $83 to $100 earnings weekly full
picnics. A remarkable but sad only three months short of ONE WEEK FREE Boatright. Manicurist Ruby time, $33 to $33 earnings weekly .

coincidence on July 4, 1826, fur- 42 years of continuous employ- Claui/leds ordered for five Sanford at Annie's each Thursday part time. Will consider men FARM AND TIMBER LOANS a

ther helped knit together the I ment in state service, Conner said weeks, run the last week free. Friday, and Saturday women and students Manage AVAILABLE:

young nation. On that day, both Following a brief period in private $4.00 will pay for a 28 word Baal tf will train. Write Fuller Brush For information call or see:
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson practice at Lamar and Denver advertisement for five weeks. 1433 SE.!: 43rd Place Games- PAUL A. BYRD

WORLD'S FASTEST SHADE died. COloradQ, Dr. Bruns entered Use Suwannee Democrat CUaal- rule Fla. pdgj 3-' 406 8. Ohio A.... 4
fleds for Proven Results
Freeae Proof, Ouaranteed, tate employment with the old ANY TYPE WANTED 1 lady to work In Live Oak Florida
[a Deep Rooted. Florida State Livestock Sanitary Phone 363-1389
Return Dead or Alive. kitchen and 1 curb girl If interested -
8 Ft. BOO. PP. Year around Cooperation Is deeply rooted in board in October, 1023. In following FOR SALE ; apply In person. Park e tf

Pictures Literature, WriteCARY'S Australian aborigines In cases years he was active in va- FOR SALE Used Tires and WORK 0- er'a Drive In, Jasper Highway
where these natives have been lous programs to eradicate pests Tubes. Bargains for cars, call tf FOR SALE: House- and lot
NURSERY subjected to Western-style Intelligence and diseases of livestock includ- trucks tractors All Mars avail DONE 110' X 160' on a Walker An.
H Mi. E. of \Y.I!!. 41 en Ihr.,. 44 teats, they can't under- ing''' cattU fever ticks, screwwornia. able Some like new. Hundredsto I FEMALE HELP WANTED J. ''O. Cannon at Cannon *
INVERNESS FLORIDA stand why the Interrogator doesn't I hog cholera, tuberculosis and pick from. Barber's Service Granite, Marble, Bronze Age 31 to 84; good health: 6 hour Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3631617. -
help them out with the answers. brucellosis. Also Phon. 362.3333LIVE day, 5 day week: Mart education tail U
Station, O'Brien. 93S-3533.
10th grade: vacation, sick leave.
____________________ _____ Ills early stations included Live available through your neighborhood OAKMONUMENT
nn. Oak and Lake City where he was and retirement benefits. Writeor
active in Elks Rotary and Boy; service station fromBarber's CO. see Personnel Manager Sun- HORNE REALTY CORP.

JULY PAINT SPECIALFLAT Scout activities. For the past 33 Tire Service, wholesale land Training Center. P. O. Box BRANCH OFFICE:
division cadj tf Homer Sanford, Rep. tit Vf. lleward Hi
years he has been stationed at Wllston 1150, Gainesville. Honda

x SEMI GLOSS, LATEX where he and Mrs. Bruns, FOR SALE New and used e fJh 6-9 GEORGE B. DEES

the former Faye Parmeter of Lake planes Frier Music Co., North PHOTO COLORING IN OIL AaaaeiatoPhon.
$2.91 Gallon City whom he married in 1931, Ohio Ave. Live Oak. 362-2188. Charles A. Taylor Rt. .4. Box WANTED Reliable couple or 362-1 6AS
will continue to make their home cajj tf 186. Live Oak. Fla Phone 3632293. woman to live In apartment free 20 ACRES WOODLAND

COLORS ONLY lIe Is an elder of the First Prestyterlan eajj tf and receive salary for companion About 1/4 Mile Off Oraded Road.
to elderly lady 633 5th St.
Church there, FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer
chain saws, parts and service I SEWING MACHINE CENT*:* Phone 363-1949 or 363-1014. I BEDROOM HOME
Langford Builders Logging hooks, clamps, call U Oood
Supply The responsibility of protectingand supplies DONT FUSS CALL US location 100' x 120' lot.
bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor utility room and carport $10.500
managing Florida's wildlife is WANTED White or colored
Helveniton St., S.E. most small engines.I SINGERand
Phone 62-tm, gasoline $1.300 down.
vested in the Oarne and FreshWater woman to do house work five
Saw Jk Service all other mates .
Tyre's Engine rebuilt here
Fish Commission. days a week two In family Call
formerly\ Electric Service Co., New and Card Machine N ACRES
362-1603 or contact at Its E:
1 90S 5th St. Your small engine Neediest Oil Parta 6S Acres In Cultivation
Howard St. pace 7
the headquarters. eadj tf 734 Brown 8t. Live Oak P'Ia.Pho. Five Miles To Town

WANTED Middle Good Waterhole.
aged lady
FOR BALK: An sizes of tar- ... 362-2744
no children room board and Nice' Building Site
paulllna, guaranteed not to leak Mrs. C G. Travis;
Manager salary to work In restaurant a' 1'.000In Down
Ottls Brown Motors. edjj: tf
CtMjtf Sandy Point Flab Camp, phone -

'IGGER t SPECIAL PRICES: on roses, bulbs, 933-3471. C. J, Brown pejj 7 110 ACRES

: dahlias, yellow \lycorU, ruffled Nice Brick Horn
dads, salvia and caladlums. TRAINEES: Young men or Three Bedroom Modern Bath
women 17 to 23. We will give
Tobacco Allotment Cora Base
Patio and Inside plants. Phone ATTENTION HOME BITTERS
you on the job training ass per Good Location
363-3153. FRM
STORE.eejj week to. start. Must be able to Good Farm Land
eiget S-9 A Complete Building Service -
travel Eastern Seaboard with 82'.000II% Down

FOR SALE A few tobacco trailers Personal Assistance: In Planning chaperoned: group. Apply Frt.or .

'! with Urea. $36. while they Construction and Financing: Sat... July 2nd or 3rd. SaM NICK 3-BEDROOM HOME
last. 1 corn wagon with tires ra Motel See Mrs. McKet ale. Modern Bath

the built for 6' x 12' body $140 P. Apt. 1. Do not phone peJb 1 T Resilient Location

; D. McMullen. phone 363-3714 BOB WOLFE $7300. Some Terms
WANTED White woman to livein
easier 11 ,- ebjja.7 GENEKAL CONDUCTOR home and care for Invalid -

CALVES: FOR SALE: Dairy beef, Rt. t. Bex Ill-C Fh. S63-33S3 Udy. Can R. O. Fitch. 913-29M 3-BEDROOM MODERN ROMS

all Nancee McMillan. 363- LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Pdjj 7-11 I Good Location
ages.
"JUU Houee Very Good Condition
J. 2981. pdJi 7-11
WANTED A man to contractto Modern Beth

FOR BALE: Heavy duty disc load broilers for Cotton Producers 33JOO. Terms,

DEAL lander, portable grinder 20* Association. Contact
FOR SALE:
3-bedronm
FOR RENT house,
fan. electric chicken picker, baby Robert Smith. Farmers Mutual
approximately+ 4
years eld. air
stroller 400Ineubator, Exchange, phone 343-2344. '
bed sprints complete law FOR RENT Space for mobile eau U conditioned, on' tars corner
lot. CaD 363-379.
crjj9
course manuel check writer. homes Plenty of room. Nice

text books on mechanical subjects and clean. Good wen water. WANTED Graduate student to FOR' SALE: OR RENT 3-btdramn

This hM own one ol thoM yMra. Vv. "have something msfl We*. This. gees for any Bukfc RMare and other miscellaneous. Lake for fishing and swimming. earn while you learn the secret nine ales neighborhood cable
Gnat DufckwlM,we m *n. And no Mt you.more, Ira" called 'how to Ctoctn 229.Wlkteat. Ls5ab* Skylark Call 363-1637. cab 7 Morgan's Trailer Park US 90 of the society of nuke-op artists. TV. wired for air eew taarr.
_neier. The I960 crop ef Bufck get yourt.ll a Buick the soy ww. or SpacM.You name Itw.'a West Live Oak Florida. Phone CaD Mr*. Morgan Miler assort and utility room. AM

are handle ill welL beautifuL Buick They.......ride....wall you. sells.Because VMT,we've we CM lied make such II a.great- deal.. It. II adds up te thIt .If you'd FOR SALE: Camp trailer air 363-3016. Verdi tan 363-1060. cdjj '-IICa J, a Wllmn. 837 Blackburn Ave

M, htve a way of doing things The Miter w* make n. Vie tiuaa = rattiar ge Brat chn*. go conditioner sbre saw table Phone 33.1483. S ajj-tf
teat .0MM people.So ws's come to bfMklng' our sIMUneBufck laW v-belts for sman motor, fOR RENT: 3-bedroom house
wash
-- worth
wfcrfs this ed fort To brag MM, record. -IIIIIU. your pet cage, fishing reels, and on S. Suwannee Are. CaD PaulA.

about Bufckir No, sir. miscellaneous. Phone 363-1 Ml.peJJ Byrd 363-1389 363-1387. Yew aedeaeetpths New)Ie TRAILER LOTS :FOR OWNERS. KALKGOOD :

Wouldn't you tiny rather go Ant class Go BukklThen' 7 eajjtf TERMS.- Priced-- $398

AND USED household goods A nice place In town. for rent and OUIB11JK CUT foot etoe Ini

and other articles for sale or a houee with sman acreac for FOR RENT PAUL A. BIRD Realtor
'' ale. Can 363-393 965-2143. 40* a Onto
trade. New ft used electric ap or Are

pliances. TVs and antennas sold wise OR RENT Store building to tire Oak. Florida

; and Installed. Smith's Variety Panama City Beach brick duplex White Spring living ejwtrre. Phone 343-138
-J Store. 401 N. Hamilton 8t. elf
xxooaxMUtM. $48 west $39 Very desirable. See W L.Trddrr.
paJeT week end. Phone 3t3-18S. Live Oak. cbjj7
FOR SALE 79 acre fares 3
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pdJJ
fOR RENT 4-bedroeui noose.
bedroom house, highway rronta -
FOR
LEASE baths hack of rue 93 Sta
RECENTLY: REMODELED: : 3- e en UA. 139. 18 Bile south
\fOoubl.-CIItcked tion. 8. Ohio A.. Call 363-203
FOR LEASE- 6 months or mar. bedroom bouM on paved read of Lire o fc. can Batarday363J044.
$ in authorized BuIck dealer near you Sn used tax
can or 343-1437 after I:* pm.eajjtf.
raamma .4J-4-6
$69. T20 X DUTii. I bedroom northeast of Lire oak Garden e

MOTT BUICK CO. -UA 90 ,Wet Uv Oak Fla. house: electric kitchen, carpets spec* if desired $30 per math FOR SALE ....... how, SbedroenM.
large yard. Write ... NeveUa. Write T. A. Drtrral. 1631 Clem FOR RENT JfIamIabId .
center 10&. 813 EMtDwrml
Box 6366 Jacksonville or 3894863 son Road. Jacksonville. Honda' beast on W.Fifth St,tree Oak. .. Call Howard WrsjhC

See "51s.Bukk" tdIIM It lit c..r.t Mls Z OatLtr-8e.. .M Waits Fell pdJJ 1-11 eajjtf Can M1-2aJ. eau 7 343-IM3. eau ItPACE

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


Begins October 16 Recon Platoon civilian to military which enablesa by the Flolrda Guard for better

___ ____ __ National Guardsman to lose than 19 years.Camp .
Training Season For Deer Hounds 1 himself In bus military duties and will end on July 10 and ,
AI lay aside the preplextng problemsof all troops will be back at home

his business or civilian occupa station shortly after noon on
Set By Commission At TallahasseeTallahassee tion. July 11.

This ability to drop immediately .
Deer hunters will have an opportunityto Into a military groove U the

train unleashed deer hounds prior to the 1965-66 hunting main reason the National Guard No. 4 ,

season. A special deerhound training season was es can and does measure up to its Green J. R. Caaon Duane Harper .
tablished by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission training obligations and the need Bill Summers. Puggy Day

:,t a meeting in Tallahassee, June 23, according to O. E.. to be ready for whatever the future Charles McCrlmon. Fred DeVane.
Director. holds for us. and Danny McCrlmon.
Frye. Day received
Frye Mid. "[)er dogs mar be Hunters may take raccoon and the District Jaycee sparkplug
allowed to run free tor training opossums at night with dogs and No.2 award.Five .

purpose during a two week training 23 rlmflre pistols In the Second I V 1 Highway Patrol predict 13 persona spoke award. were presented
period beginning October 18. Conservation District, provided I will die In traffic crashes on I to Tom Scott Donald Ray I
in the first. Second. Fourth, and the hunters obtain a permit from Florida streets and highways Boatrlght, Elbert Sullivan Bernard I
Fifth Conservation Districts. The the Commission prior to hunting. during the 78-hour July 4th holiday Mlsell, and J. M. Buddy)
In the Third District \ In the Third Conservation District Phillips.
training period which begins at (00 pm..
begins one week later on October hunters may use dogs and a ..33rtmflre Friday July 2. and extends until Sparkplug! awards were presented ,
23." pistol or a .22 rlmflre singleshot midnight Monday July 5th. by the president In acknowledgement I

Other changes in the regulations rifle, and no permit Is re- The Live Oak Jaycees are doing of vigorous and effective 6

adopted at the meeting are quired. their part In helping to lessen support rendered during the '

as follows: Lt Otto F. Dlckman HI and Sgt. Jaek Garrttt left with the recon platoon above lat Satarday these awesome figures, year Spoke awards stood for service -

Boats used for taking wildlife Cecil W. Bohannon morning to net q read.saris aenriee for Company A leaving at eight with. Captain Earl Bemkry for I !knowledge, participation, and orientation

or fish in Broward, Collier Dade, Fort Stewart Ga. (Democrat Staff Fhoto) No. 3year President Ratllff enthusiasm.
asked the cooperation -
or Palm Beach Counties must fly Funeral Services will be In honor of Brig. Gen. of the membership for

a safety flag ten by twelve Inches Wrttwt pod is the most accurate of alt our Ralph W, Cooper Jr. and Brig the Jaycees' to have a aucceuful
size and teen feet above the Funeral Services } CilyKtt.cblkan.
in -- weapons Thla Is due to modern Gen. Louie C. Wad-worth both of year
bottom of the boat. This flag Is Held SundayFuneral Alaska I* the wet know how which haa been built whom will retire before nut. year's .

not required when boats are operated Charles Motto test city in the continental United Into the sight used by the tanka encampment Dan Cooper U Assistant No. 5 \
in canals at least fifty feet services were held Sun State, the National Geographic range finder and sighting device Adjutant General of Florida
wide or where there 1 U unobstructed day. June 27. at three pjn. for "'I. The South Alaskan settlement that I leaves but little to the Imagi and Gen. Wadsworth serving themselves of this transport service
risibility for at !least 100 yards Cecil William Bohannon. 5.. at Held June 14 Inundated by 150 Inches of nation. I as Deputy Commander of may do so by sending a check

I from any point of approach.The Mt. Plsgah Church with the Rev rain annually. Live Oak'. Company A had 54th Command Headquarters Di to John Adlcks. payable to College
use of outboard motors or W. H. Anderson officiating.Mr. Funeral services were held June charge of the tank range Monday. visional. Both are long time National Transport Inc.
1 power boats is prohibited on Lakes Bohannon was a memberof 14 at 3:30: pm. for Charles Bud They must. have done their job Guardsmen and each has A board of directors and a secretary
Jackson and Xamonla in Leon the O'Brien Baptist Church Motto $7. at the Wellborn Methodist No.1 well for every target on the range nearly 40 years service will be elected at Friday's

County during the open season for and was employed as an attendant Church. Rev. A. F Koons and was hit a number of times and all Scattered thruout !the Florida meeting.
taking migratory waterfowl, and at Simland Training Center. Rev Louts Berry were in charge see and hear everything modern were finally destroyed the ultimate units are better than 359( reserve The buses" may be seen at Crew's
of motorboats U prohibit day technique does and can do to Oarage on fowling Arenue'
the use Gainesville. of services. goal of this type firing. replacements assigned to the FlorIda
ed at all times on Bear Lake In Survivors Include his parents Mr. Motto passed away June 13 make air travel for small planes Guard for their two weeks

Santa Rosa County. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bohannon; In the Veterans Hospltsl In Lake safe and comfortable. field training These replacements
Persons dealing In fish meat or two daughters Mrs. Etoise Smith City following a lengthy illness. Ft. Stewart ls having Its rainy were meshed Into the Florida Trailer HarborFOR

other food stuffs shall not permit and Miss Qlenda Bohannon of He wa* a veteran of the Spanish Friday, we plan an arms demonstratlon If'UOInow also and dally afternoon Guard companies with efficiency MOBILE HOMES
any game bird or animal to be Gainesville; two sons. Billy Bo I American War for Governor Haydon showers are the order of the and provide the additional manpower
stored on. in or about the premises hannon of O'Brien and Johnnie Born In Lauren. 8. C. May 23, Burns and other cabinet membersat dsy. We call them "GI luue" or"Quartermaster" needed for smooth operatbna STATE INSPECTED APPROVED: : AND
where such business is conduct Bohannon of o.lnuvlllehl'ft 1178. Mr Motte moved to Well- which It ls planned to fire all showers relief .
PATIOS FOR
ed except that legally taken game brothers Frank. Buck and Ernest .. born nine years ago. He was last weapon assigned to Florida. They from hot weather and the finest Gen Wadsworth aid Tuesday TRAILER 8PAUK EACH
may be stored in public cold storage Bohannon of Gainesville.! employed u an 011 Mill Superintendent range from the new M-14 rifle dust settler yet devised.Redbugs that this year's movement to and TKUCrilONK: : AND
when packaged or tagged and Active pallbearers Include T. J.Fletcher for Southern Cotton which fire a 7(3 mm calibre are causing a certain occupation of the camp site was CAttLC TV AVAILAIILE
marked with the name and license Jr., Garner Avery Walter I Oil Co. Savannah. Oa. bullet to the 1SS mm seif-propelled amount of unpleasantness butsoldiery the brit he had witnessed In recent Center .f ltry.n Si. and
number of the owner. Roberts Curtis Hudson Willie He ls survived by his wife. Lucille artillery gun which fires a projectile soon learn to live with year due to experienced N. Anna Are
Boone and Clyde Smith. McDaniel Motte. Wellborn; or shell that weighs some them. leadership and a closer sup 'rvlslon HOWARD WRIGHT

Honorary pallbearers were four daughters Mrs Clara Cddel M7J pounds. I by senior commander The no Owner and Opeewtor
Cadet Ron Davis George Rsdford. Broward Blkei I man. Cicero LI, Mr*. Mildred Moat agree that the 10 mm gun But the overriding Impressionone accident record, he continued, U 362-1303
N Visitor Here Orover Port T. J. Fletcher Sr, Roberta Mrs. Edna Therrell. and with which Lire tanks are equip gets is this transition from In keeping with that. maintained'

Rerun Barber Reynold MclnnU. Mrs. Catherine Smith. all of =
Cadet First Class Ron Davis I
and Perry Davis.Interment Greenville, 8. C.; seven ions
ion of Dr. and Mrs. Joe B. Darts
I followed at the Mt. Charlie L. Motto and W L. of this city returned to the U. SMr '
Pisgah Ometery. Matte Clinton. 8. C. Louts R.
Force Academy after spending
James B. Daniel Funeral Horn Monte Savannah. Ga. Woodrow
s few days with his parents.
was In charge of funeral arrange. Monte, Atlanta Oa. Clifford
Cadet Davis received his academy
> ments. Motte. Alma. Oa, and Ray E.
dUe ring at a formal during
MotU and Melvin C. Motte,
June Week ..the school His .
Greenville a C., a slater, Mrs.
a member of the due of IMf at holiday Honor King \\
Annie Bolan. Ft. Myers; a brother
the academy along with 600 other The only! public holiday In the :
Edd Motto. Greenville. 8 C.; I
cadets. United State that honors a king
39 grandchildren and 34 great
Upon returning to the academy is Kamehsmeha Day, June 11. In
he will spend a month of routine Hawaii. The great Polynesian grandchildren. I
AcUte pallbearers were Olak
detail instructing new. cadets entering warrior united aQ the Hlwallan
Lowe, George Skinner Jeff Me
their "doolie" summer pro. Islands In peace early in the 11th
ICetthen. T J. Oelger, Roger Gay
gram. Century. lord and Dewey DM*.
Honorary pallbearers were t

Murry Williams. Den Gajrtord. ; r
JH4iJs Sam Oaylord Bob Brannon. Damey -
Dauberly. P. B. Slaw and
Mott nthrer.
.WASHINGTONMARCH it Interment was held at th* live

Oak Cemetery with Suwanne .
Funeral Home In charge of arrangemenu. -
OF EVENTS \

MSTtlCTOPCOlUMIIA I CAF1TATS MICINCTf n n ; ::: REQUIRED READIAG"Get

Leonard Herd
Kitty
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4 MfUWCAN ASIA | All PlMOCiartC IN 'M .. -

1IORT CATHCARTCentral Funeral Services head j

By JV.M M'.U.".. Writes Mr*. Kitty Leonard Rod. 13. Fast Action withWANTADS

ColumMa Republican leader re- passed away at her horn In Well ,
W.AUIIXOTOIf-Dlatnc\ born June 33 following a lengthy '
to CbUIn a fran; sptraloal ofvoter -
attitude toward the OOP. It II being circulated among Ulnea She had been a roaiden
the leadership.la there for three ,.are. I

the last preddontlal election the D. c. COP took IS percent Graveside services were held a1,
of the vote with th* balance going to Lyndon J--- It the Buford Grove Cemetery In
failed" to carry a atnjt Ie 04 *C IK .....'. lprectacU HUliard "'Utbt Rev J. C. Mur

-l'( 'e, bee In*. charge.Mr Reed .la survtved. .bf. one I I
therefore wtwn the
tx n tame ss no suiprU. j ;
.h\{ sister. Mrs. Eva Carmany, Ather- I
_, \ surrry commented that t** party bate I* Calif.Buwanne.
e badly \anuaw.tan,." the report ton e
continued.. to Funeral Hoca was In .
patty seen as earnewlybared I
J substantially .... conservative than charge of arrancvenento.o .
and .'' n
the voting public aaU-poopI
I- Wail the comment themaolvo wtre setexpdaUg Cud I.ark Fnjoy.UliIng : .
In tile lignl of the election return. .
Crintmt
It I Ie unusual to Sad them eontalsttd to a doeo*
meal designed for public" conum,Uan. Cub Pack M enjoyed n fishing
It was even" nor MaitUa* to ted th* com contest at Lake Mary brriind Ih* I

"' ......... wont that th* only way .. ........ thl ..- Coca-Cola plant on White Arenu*. : 37
rore publl reaction U fer tae party to adopt last Friday afternoon from I 00
"ntI poMtWe new poOeto and a "motslned pubes retelfan until 1:05: o'clock.
Jar Q Q Pt effort" to popular ..... Duffy Cum received Iwo fro
Mart Republican organisation p.opIeair.* passes to the AlUnar Theatre for

the now that th* party f Ude* an ad rtght, but they're Jtinleundenitood. catching th* meet fish' ; nln out
of nineteen catwht.
e Both John Hot** and Else GUI

0 LEST ItC FOftaET-Sen. Frank E: Woe. D-UUh, reeohr4an molted: tree burger baaket* at
MMMwal communication to tie office the ether ..,. It wa a the AAtW Delve In for caUhingUw
ptctar. of th* Republican a. defeated to th* 1M4 election.At west fish and th* only turtle -
Stet MOM dhmt knew. what to make nf .. but who lie ; OU taught the UrU You Have
looked *n the back of the aid campaign postcard K ..tamed Other mnnbeva of th* pack: Surely Something To

a wiisang* wtfr kto vote' for repeal of soca of the otcio* eatehkn flan were Klan Bhwlds.
....... and John Chamblinv Jim Shields
Moo ha* thought long sad aH about tile .e* ef his eWealederponeaf Mtpervtexd Use fishing contest
political campaign material and ..* eoe add that n .

It I* not a neodto for him U -vet rlgU. Instoad. bs convinced Irrrr drawn M.UrHml ,.
that It to typical frugality en th* part nf an. af hi* enaoUtaoato Buy Sell or Trade !

wte obviously Eves by the paflosopky .?i -Wast sot. want OfririalMl ,
eeL Judge Roe. Brown wade bar

MOM ls secretly hopeful that CUkaM horn also oared fa. first official dirt a* state site

ewe note 1M4 campaign: maUrUI and wO brief It bask ml* prfoidmt of th* Kortaoeot Dutrtrt -

circulation wtton th* tint to tip*. of tho Benrvosrnt and FroUctlv -
sese Order of rug at CN Mart-

0 CINMTLT VOICiat-IUpoHer* vn* ..... the Senate kad n anna Lodge 111! Monday hvhf.Jose .

trawnaU cxpertane ,..a,. OM X tits Mmliir we* aeat4to M.TtolUng.
th. pros gallery wtfl n suator wa dattvwtof a eposcn.M with htos wa Jam.* D Call 362-1734
auietlr togoifod of a eaDoafM whether pasted teats nf the Aflen. aecreiary of Uv Oak Lodge

.p-n ...... avnOahto.There IM.Tranarrnil.
wa a brtof waiipered mtercbaag* between th. two o 0

rone wndrat* a* the Mnator _tJ1U1t4 .nUi hto npoadk When CnM' War
lie concluded however. h* looked .p at th* two nennnen andrwnarked
OrkrnUfto
good wta tranarmd
: "Oeatiese.. I will .... coptoc .v rfroai
the Cold War, Amorkon ehewloUnamed
......* A..eds..s4
my officer a fnr .
a newly dUeovered ....
Th r.porUr. ar* tebbwtade& TWyr Msrc ,lea t....* anent after Ronete atieMt (]I-
they talked to each tow .... they caw***! >* SWDEMOCRAT J
wart Menderreov: Soviet ......*
rVee
UMTW Oonoiyaom
over-hoard *a PIe leash aeor-naUos *
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cenen gore Thowa A.. Ldlmdtname
tnck of neottouc Uat to carrrtog their
.. a proninent I..... dto
swan far beyond th normal rug vheOMT hell gallery ....... by Lean m or the far
yew SOMO rvoartor art woaftof

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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 1, 1965Pastor's ,

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I Honored By Kitfonit Club .1 highways.
__ HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS --
"Dew distilled from the Stars
CornerBy and the rainbow." That's what
By Aristotle the Greek philosopher

MISS IDA JO HARRISON called honey.
Home Demonstration Agent Now is a good time to sweeten-
REV. JIM WALKUP up family menus with honey.
g I Suwannee County Council mem- Jellies. Jams and Preserves", Honey has many uses In modern
Pastor First Presbyterian Church bers will join delegates from 52 "Canning Florida Fruits and day cookery ranging from a tasty
other Florida counties for the annual Vegetables", "Freezing Fruits and topping for pancakes and wafflesto
d meeting at the University of Vegetables", and "Pickles and flavorful honey French dress-
Are you ready to DIE? This living of an abundant life now Florida. "Today's Home Builds Relishes from Florida Fruits and Ing.
may seem to be a morbid questionto This Is why It is true that no man I Tomorrow's World" Is the 196S Vegetables". Honey French dressing offers
ask. And yet if you cannot is ready to live le. tho abundant Council theme. Our office Is located in the Ag distinct
meal planners a way to add a -
answer this question In the affirmative life) until he Is ready to die. Mrs. Charlie Hunter, presidentof ricultural Center or you may call flavor to spring salads. Try
it Is a certainty that There may be many reasons a I the council and Mrs. W. J. 362-3502: and we will send bulletins -I the following recipe:
neither are you ready to LIVE. why we fear death. It may be ,.ud Nipper, delegate will represent i to you.
"No man Is ready to live until he Just because it will be a. new experience Suwannee County They win attend To prepare a quart of honey
Is ready to die. I don't know just for us and we are afraidof special Interest meetings In The Rosemary Extension Club French dressing have ready a
what John Wesley had In mind anything we have never ex- youth development, safety and has made a number of exterior 10 Va ounce can of tomato soup,
when he made this statement but perienced. It may be because we citizenship. Business sessions will and Interior Improvements to 1/2 cup honey 3/4 cup vinegar
there Is certainly much truth In look upon death as a. defeat It be held and new officers elected. their club center. These add muchto 1/4 cup water 2 cups salad oil a
it. We cannot live our present don't know of will be teaspoon salt a teaspoon dry mustard -
may be because we The climax the meeting the appearance of the center.
lives to the fullest we cannot what to expect after death. It may the installation of new officers ata New siding has been added plusa 1'2' teaspoon black pepper.
experience In this present time be because we are afraid of the banquet on Thursday evening new paint Job In the taslde. and 1/2 teaspoon paprika.
the abundant life that Jesus spokeof Judgment of a holy and Just Ood,, .al .w3 'v ;. ; July 8. The meeting will be July Mrs. Jimmie Oreen Is the club Combine Ingredients In the order
until we are ready to die. But. whatever your reason for being 69. president; and other officers are listed until thoroughly blend.
Why Is this? The primary reason anxious and tense over your Harry Grant club pianist and director of the Suwannee Hiib Mrs Ira Right vice president; ed using an electric mixer or
Is that if we are not ready to die coming appointment with death. I School band was honored by members of the Live Oak KlwanU I Are you making pickles, jams, Mrs. Webster Bailey, secretary- blender. Refrigerate, to allow the
at any time it must be becausewe can tell you one sure thing. "Per- Club tt a. recent meeting for his contribution to this community. jellies or preserves or doing some treasurer: Mrs. Kenneth Christen flavors to blend together for at
are afraid of death. If we are feet love casts out fear". Theseare Grant Is shown In the center above. with the appreciation citation other food conservation? We have council delegate; and Mrs least 24 hours before serving. Keep
afraid of something that we know not my words, but the wordsof presented to him. Mrs. Grant and Kiwanis President Garth Noble a number of up-to-date bulletins Webster Bailey reporter. In refrigerator.
most assuredly will come sooneror Ood as found in the First Epistle look on. Grant has accepted the directorship of the Ocala Senior i which you might like to have! You Many of the other clubs are Serve honey French dressingover
later then It is Impossible to of John: "Who ever confesses High School band and assumes hit duties there July 1. Democrat may have them by picking up at planning to make renovations head lettuce, halves of avacado. -
have the present peace of soul that Jesus i U the Son of God Ood Staff Photo) our office. Some of the ones which which add much to the attractiveness and raw or cooked salad
which la necessary for living an abides In him, and he in Ood would be timely are: "Making of the communities and vegetables.
abundant life now' In this Is love perfected with us I
Have you ever waked up In that we may have confidence for Enters
the morning knowing that In the the day of Judgment There is I Slaughter I Growth Through Study ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON *MM A MO**. I
afternoon you had an appoint. no fear in love but perfect love Six-Weeks. Training ________________ Hrrlptur* .Arto 1TI-IS HOTMUM II....; t Ttnxrtkr 4lt-l,. II Ttawtny Sil -IT. '
ment with the dentist or surgeon casts out fear. For fear has to do ,
or that maybe you had to make a with punishment, and he who FORT BRAGG N. C. (AHTNC) ,J tr t, A I V
public speech that evening? If you fears is not perfected in love." In -Cadet William R. Slaughter II.
have then you may know some other words a wholehearted love whose parents live at 300 West-
of His Son Christ moreland St., Live Oak is attend- 1vr1.
thing the anxiety and tension for Ood through
which gnawed at your Insides all Jesus will take the sting out of ing an extensive six-week trainIng III tr
at Fort Bragg N. C.. ,
that day preceding your appoint- death thereby enabling you to live program
ment the anxiety and tension an abundant life in this present ending July 30. t
which prevented a calm and com time. Writing to the Corinthiansthe Cadet Slaughter will be given
posed frame of mind so necessaryfor Apostle Paul says. "0 death advanced training In the military j
making the fullest use of that where is thy sting? The sting of subjects he has been studying at I
day. The same Is true concerning death Is sin and the power of sin Florida State University In Tallahassee r I Iwi
the appointment which we all Is the law. But thanks be to Ood, under the Reserve Officer -1 _
have with death. If afraidof Who gives us the victory through Training Corps (ROTC Finding murk*ure... In Be...when Writing .. fcta young friend and fallow In ants tettor .. Tlmathr. Paul 7'.nnlnt It dtrtnljr ......... Paul
you are
I While at Fort Bragg he will be the pap\. mm w.|.__ .M *crtplur. minuur, Tlmeth,. Paul .trumUi. u_ Mi ...... UI* M M ......... that ..ea UM Bible.* Uu uprm* tool forUM
death, the resulting anxiety and our Lord Jesus Christ. You and sub .and relvwi h'.IDMMI ft..I'. Importance: public reading ./ all who are ........."'.. U Uv*s godly CkrUUan. kpirttwl .._........
tension will prevent a calm and can live the abundant life now If trained In various military .Paul ....... the Roman Chrutlan ...- ..IK! prl..... nwdllaUrm upoa UcrlplurM llf. wUI to tonmtad, bus UM, *alvU Vlprlnf sun .. n truma* ttOod.
jects which will give him the ... If IM would .we ......._ .. .. ."
composed soul so necessary for the we faithfully trust the Christ of tou aing them to atiiiiy .h.. -Act <* ** In Got U TI.uy -- II TUMUlf 14-17..
Ood Who has taken the sting out skills necessary to take command. 17.10.12; Roman. U 4.. I Timothy U-lt. .10.1. GOLDEN TCXT. ItonuM IS 1
of the senior
of death. Upon completion
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USE "No man Is ready to live until course
of the technical or combat branches -
he is ready to die." Are you readyto
In which to
of the Army
die? If you are, then you are
FUCO specialize.
also ready to live.

r Brand "Teach dread me to live that I may received Those cadets college who degrees have will already be ELFC Step up to the pride and Joy of a I ."

commissioned second lieutenantsupon
The grave as little as my bed;
completion of the summer
Teach me to die that so I may Gold Medallion

InsecticideFOR Rise glorious" at the Judgment training.Slaughter Is a 1961 graduate of 0 0 y .

Day Suwannee High School and received -
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Have You Paid Your City Tax? SrniinplJou Cinnamon. glazed Showing pineapple WAR

makes a scrumptious showing at r."
All unpaid City Taxes will become delin a country breakfast of pancakes t r' II IIi
'n' sausages Melt together 2 tablespoons -
quent July 1, 1965. To comply with the butter 2 tablespoonssugar

law a three percent penalty will be requiredon and 1/4 teaspoon cinna

unpaid taxes after this date. If you have mon.can plnapple Add I chunks drained and 13V.simmer-ounce r o,

not paid your City Taxes you should do so 10 to IS minutes until nicely 1'I
glazed, Serve these fragrantly hot,
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velvet ant which Is actually i
the City Clerk's office.
I a wingless wasp lives In
comfort on superheated sand I r
f Call 3622276. dunes due to the protection of a rA1ru1I1 : f A4t
dense, furltke coat the National ,

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Reports FromWashington vlinampfire I Subscriptions WEEKLY LIVESTOCK or THE REPORT _'

Br BILL ECHO
TACKLING YOUR Tackle with expert advice Smcanncc DemocratListed Suwannce Valley Livestock MarketBoth

: below are new subscriptions -
I USE SMAll HOOKS. EVEN LARGER FISH CAN BE TAKEN ON THEM. and subscription renewed to cattle and twine sales $19.73; utility, $I3,75-$16,75; and

,.., ,...... ." .'. the Suwanne Democrat from Wednesday June 23, showed an a few Inferior $12,75-$13.00.
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By DON FUQUA t.I -. .-. ;-. .. .1:1..0v .. I June 18 to June 2$, Increase in the number sold over Heifers: utility and standard,
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k1 U. S. CongressmanRecent NEW SL7ISCRIPTIONSCharles :/! tale for the day totaled 273 I' $1300.
: I F. Mahone, Jacksonville compared to the 131 sold the week Cows: utility and standard
,.a AFTERTHESMOVI Mr*. F. M. Howard Jr., L. OSVnsCRIPTIONS before. Hl.OO-f 13.75; Inferior $1000-
Action Of The Con- erican people of nearly $5 billion TOSSINGIOUR LURE LET IT SET w 411" r7 BAIT STOPS G Hog sale for the same day $1136.: utility cow-calf pairs,
1 ress The tint session of the over the next four years. Possibly FOR A MOMENT. a.. ;;:::.,. :/ RENEWED: shovrd a neat gain of 184 over $13.00-114 2J\
19th Congress is nearing the end the reduction which will be most .__.J ." vi Mr. and Mr*. George Davis the previous week as 588 head Calve: Bond $1100-$33.00:
,I the six months mark, and it ha generally felt will be that on tele- =- --:-:-::. 'tOo! '! Marristown. N J moved! to market last week compared standard $1700-$3035: Utility
teen one of the fastest movingiessions phone service, where a ten per Arthur F. Koons Wellborn to the 403 sold the previous $1500-$|735 with a few near the
>in modem history. While cent on every bill Is to be phased A. B. Hansen Sanford week. 150 pound figure up to $19 00: In- 4
great many piece of legtala- out. CM LURE DARK BLACK NIGHTS FLY FOR USE TROUT A BLACK IF A FISH YOU,HITA TRY'IT SPOT AGAIN AND FOR.CATCH R. A. Knight. Rt., L. O. Trading was moderately active ferlor. $10.35-$15.35. t,
ion have cleared the Congress, These taxes have been provento AND BLACK PLUG FOR BAS$. ANOTHER ",O AIW( WILL W. C. Alrth. L. O. with demand good for the n\OIIt Mixed grade barrowl and gilts
here are a large number of controversial have a general retarding effecton i\ .... MOVE IN. Mrs W. O. Slocum, Branford part Slaughter cow were steady sold as follows in various' weights; '
measure till to be the economy. I introducd legislation : Live Oak Drug Co. L. O. to 60 cent higher and slaughter 180-310 Ibs. $3311: with one
feted upon. early in this session which I \_..' iiI KCFP HOOKS SHARP Mrs II. O. Prnuel. Rt., L. O. animals In other classes were too closely I sorted lot going for $23.30. ;'1
I I would again ask that our pea provided for a study of our entire .. ,..-. "!, USBAMONE Carl Mltcll. L. O. few in on or both weeks to accurately 310-340 Ibs, 1:13.: 25. r
[le inform us of their views by excise tax structure and I am I ... ,.Sk..G". _u.': TO DO THIS. Gordon P. Keeling Jr.. L. O test market trends. 240-370 Ibs $33.70.:
tilting to us on these matters pleased that action has been cj I Mary Catherine B.*. O'Brien Feeder-stocker steers was rated 160.180lbs. $3330: ,
hlch are so Important to our I taken. Mrs J, A. Wood. Rt., L. O. about steady with heifers weak to 140-180 lbs $31.75.:
.ate nation, and the world. After the final cuts of Jan. 1. w MOVE HOLD HOOK.STONG 11. L. Ollmore. L. O. (0 cents lower and cows strong to 130-140 lb!. $1890.
Excise Tax Reductions Th 1919. the only remaining excise t BACK AND C. P. Huffmsn. L, O. II 00 higher 100-130 Ibs. $18.40.
iouse passed H. R. 8371 by a vote taxe swould be user, regulatoryand .... .. FORTH. A. W. ROM Br, Rt., L. O Sixty per tent of. the ,"ppI1.I 80-100 lbs $18.10.
If 401 to 8 to reduce excise taxes sumptuary levies and a 1 per W. W. Gajrlard. O'Brien cleared to feeder-stockrr accounts Mont sows 180-500 Ibs. told from
any of which were Imposed astnergency ''cent manufacturers' tax on passenger TRY TYING A SMALL WIT FLY AB our A HALF INCH ABOVS THE LURE Callle Dorman. Rt. L O I and nearly forty per cent of the III 00 to 2130.
measures during World I automobiles.Coal IT MASTMS EFFECT OF A MINNOW CHASING AN INSECT. O. L. Dorman. Columbus. Oa total were calves. Medium and good feeder pig
K'ar IL The first of these taxes I Mine Safety Bill This r. : P. C. Powell L. O. I Grades and price paid for cattle under 73 Ibm sold from $3400-:
las enacted in 1030. to meet the I' measure seeks to Improve standards C. R. Watson Jasper I were as follows: $3750.: \ mostly $3800 down Good I :
I pression crisis, with others add- for safety in our nation' a Slaughter stars: average standard and choice pigs 73-110 lb!. were I'
II I in World War II and during coal mine While we do not have and low-good 13150-11335\ : : moving at $3135-12475: with
e Korean War, mine in our district we have all WntC'I'tIJtOlIIGo| High cutter and utility, IIS 00-117.TJ; those over 110 lb. selling at
A large number of these excise been alarmed at the horrible tragedy Waterspouts reach 3.000 feet Into and a few canners 11300Hrifrri 1:1100-1:13: : n.
Lies are to be removed Immedl- of mining accidents, and action the sky the National Oeogra- : one good, 133.00: stan U.
lely, with others over a three- was needed to strengthenthe phlc nays These phenomena occur dard. 811.00'11800; utility, 115 00117 /COfh A.,pllm at McCriman'i
tar period. It Is expected thate safety standards of our mining Retirement benefits received by at present and that U will be at sea In air currents often .00; cutters 11300-11)35. I
and reduction of the spouse In her own right are quite Urn Cow commercial
| removal operations. some before It will be over warm waters. At warm air : one $11.74.:
liese, in Increased A bill deducted from her railroad retirement considered\ the DO YOU HAVE AN
taxes will result Railroad Retirement I by Congress. expands and rises cooler air utility. $13.75-$15.75; cutters,
neral consumer spending. Re.. which amends the Railroad Retirement sopuse' benefits, creating Hearing have been held on a rushes In to replace It. A whirl. U2 GO-IIUO; canners 11000 Alcohol Problem?
lictions on July 1 of this year Act to eliminate a provision an unfair and unjust situs- small scale In the Senate and Ing motion bel Ins. V.porlln the 'III.25; shells $100-$000,
ill; total about one and three \ which reduces the annuities lion which needed correction. This; hearings are now being held in twisting column condense and Dulls: high cutter and utility, We now have in Live Oakan
liarter* billion with an addition- of the spouse of retired employees was a measure. which was needed several of the section affected. unite with turbulent water from 'U.2S-UI25; canners, 112 00- AA Group ready to
1 cut In the second year of $1.1 by the amount of certain to correct an unfair circumstance, I We have presented a series of the sea.df'vrlop. 11400. help you.
!IIIon. Other phased cuts win reLit monthly benefit Under existing Postal Hours A bill was question to the National Park Calves: standard. 117 50-132 00;
in a total tax cut for the Am law Social Security and Railroad Mused which provided for a 40- I Service regarding thlj legUlatlon. low good up to 13338; uUllty.UU5U1.1S WRITEP.
hour work week for the Fostmas asking the questions which have this Information and pre : and one cull $1100. O. Box 591 ,
ten In first second and third been anted to us as to what this sent it so that a decision can be Veaters one good 12:1: 00: hush LIVE OAK
class offices. bill would do. This Is a time con made based on the facts. I would, utility and standard, $11\10-\
again point out that this measureIs Oil CONTACT YOUR
There art a hug number of suiting process for w* need to 130 00.
know what not close to being consideredby rVedrr-atocktr steers, gad, Physician or Minister
bills in committee which are. exactly this measure
SPECIAL SERVICESJULY I would now the Congress at the present $7S-$333S' standard $1650
awaiting action, many of which do much of the land ; .
time and that have
we ample
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needed
nay never be reported to the and what would
time to obtain this Information
louse floor. There are many happen to the property.
measure which are pending W* are working with the Authority before making a final decision
6. 11 which we are working to bring\ to for a series of tight meetIng Visitor To Our Office -a Re- r MODERN p
the floor such: a* my bill dealing *, one In each of the counties cently we have been pleased to AERIAL
with the apportionment of state bordering the river. These sessionsare greet while on their visits to APPLICATION
legislatures. We can expect a very to be held when the questions Washington the following: Mr
Church of the Nazarene active summer In the Cone,..*. : w* need answered can be answer Clyde Payne and Mr Paul Hendrtck. Spraying-Sading. Dusting_ Fertilising
Buwsnnee County Boll Survey ed. It may be that certain am Jasper; Mr and Mr. La
7:30 EACH EVENING 1 have secured a limited number endments can be added so that Voy Boggus Mr Otto WetUtrln
of the soil\ survey of Buwan- our people would want the bill, III. Mr. Woodrow Dets, and Miss HOWARD MORGAN
nee County which have been several and after they have the facts Msrcella,'Wadsworth. Ur Oak.
't yean In preparation. These they may oppose Its adoption. Wean It was also our pleasure to meet PHONE 302-201 U.!. 00 WEST
technical booklets! on the soil urging that our people' In the with the senior das of Jennings
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condition of this county can be Buwannee River area give th High School on their trip to the ,
moat valuable to certain bualneiae National Park Benic Urn to nation' Capitol ..
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happy to send them to that n- \
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supply lasts.Iluwannee.

Earlier this ysr.River a Legislation measure was-

Introduced on the Senate! which NO EXTRA COST
would establish ail "Wild Rivers
i a* prime recreational area in the
United SlatM. Included in this
REV. MRS. LEON C. COOK measure ls the Buwannee River,
the only river In the Eastern United
Evangelist Singers_ MusicianRev. States to be Included. WHAT DO YOU CCT WHEN YOU BUY carpeting Rtsr-stsl putl-down rm rest Mid manuallr.rwnJ.Ion.( Ai In aQ '(JI
Leas O. Cook of Kentucky I* devoting full Urn to Sane Its Introduction, there has. A ms FORD H.INTY. YOU CCT A padded dsih. Choke of ill nylon 'onl -you. get man Kiggs space than
the work of evangelism, after fourteen yean H a *uc' rsmful been a great del of discussion: CAR THAT RIOtS QUIETER THAN A quilled seat upholstery' fsdrlc W.lnutIn msjur<<. competitor car*.
pastor in Tennessee and Kentucky, pro and eon regarding the merits aOlLS-BOYCIV (AND QUIET MEANS .eke vinyl Innerls on dune sail dah.Sil .
Mr, Cook I* a gifted singer, sing solos and lead the of this particular legislation. It ls QUAUTY DUP-DOWN QUALITY.) ,nl-Ho vtniiUtioft (In door hardtops) Th OsUtle JOO alas share. these.. MMoWJ -
aing tag. our feeling' that this matter Is BUT THAT'S ONLY THE BEOJNNINO. reslure! with the LTD soil Xtl
Prior to hi ministry a* pastor Mr Cook served five year for fmh air with wlivkm* up. I full WDM!
a* Itinerant evangelist In the Church of the Naaarene.Ur worthy of serious consideration NOW CHECK THE MANY SPECIAL: coven Much more. Classic clock ,backup Isjku. IllumUnsiej
*. Cook, wife of the evangelist la aa alto singer, UII t.. and we han been working thru COMFORTS AND CONVENIENCES rORO CAUXII. glove bne UkI.... triy. e Conlsnlspieit <
lot her husband to duets and also playing.TIN the Buwannee River Authority to THAT ARE STANDARD EQUIPMENT 500/XL cledrlo I wlmbKbld
Cooks attended Trevece Masarene College WashvUle.Trorwasee get th fact presented to th pro- ON EACH FORD MODEL EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST .tpm.ill
and traveled with the collet Ruari L pie. I would emphasise that this The slumini/etl muflVr and gslvanud" urttltr-
uliimsu in bwk ( You
They are wen known M camp meeting worker measure ha not been" Introduced Wnil ..r '45 ford you *et- get: hug new 219 ((200 hpk tipttJ
In th Haw of RepmrnUUve boJjr ever a new frsm thai "tune Kfylrs door kitting e Minimum routinesnainienanoi I
lad Crui.e4}.M.ii with T.be.d.." 1\ 0- KheJule. .

.................................................................................... tihtslion nrw owl 'rtnwon length contol e Individually ad!. .. Long .lite "bsltery. 5 lell'-adJUllCln.JUfely-Yoke( I
rme' L And every I or J give you cites foam.dunks. :
front butkrl .
.1, lake tarn rttr fool room ands Mat* Huiktl-Mylcd. Marta. e IU. .t.r-4kfrcMUr, front
c,* rear nun e Automatic c urlyt I
Ii trunk that Holds row %-tU11CII i,rigki. J .std lights, on dour pansl. I ullchrom sill arils' And more
Buy and Sell Shelled Corn And ,"""*' snort dash eoncr le. Ad-vinyl urhnlTIwrt'* no lava charg* fur. any of ihMbsturwaniJ /.

FORD CALAXIE 500 LTD ury t/inv Lona-pilt _lIItln.. FuO no.W.p". '" fu leddrrvlngny ,'
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sod for Buwanne County Florida Boulevard.. Dallaa. T...ut H. A. Bali- profit of Buwanne County Florida and the Plaintiff t* *ult. title and to remov ant nr. living. and If any or all of oa I. waaae County Florida aid their roe.
Stories To Be I Together with all atractam and doe, whose place of residence la 8n you are hereby aummonaod. ordered and (load* tberefroea .. at forth In defendant or defendant ace dea.d.th apectlv unknown apau***. If lIvIng,
Improvement now and hraftr wane* County. 1'Io.ld.1 Walter I. required to tile your written anewer .. add aontplalnt enjoin and nctraln you unknown .__ ..Ire, .*. ..* and If dead, their naknown helm at law.dvlea. '
on laid land. and fliturea attach I B.,..... and wlf. Alice L. Bryion.oach dafena to the Complaint filed herein or anyone from aaaortlng any right. (, DtIIIo. arodltorn or other part'" lent***, er grant***, or other .
.d. thereto also all rae, .team of who** place of residence I. against you la dci" *". In th. officeof tltl.. Interval claim or ......41. I. or to claiming ky through, under or again pereeai *r partle clalmlag hy thraagh,
Illustrated At electric, water. and other beating banal County. Florida) William Dry the Clark of the ::: Court, In and said landa, and every part er parcel.1t. any snob d.teaeed defendant or ..,... under or agalnel them, and nay aid all
cooking. refrigerating lighting ate., whoao placa of yeeldene I* for Buwanne County, Florida at th* ......,. and from proutmr or attempting d.nt.I allv. and b .... their .nk..... paraoni claiming. sop right title' or lateraet .
plumbing. ..ntll.tl.... Irrigating Droward County. Florida) Clara Cor- Court Honao In LIve Oak. Florida on or t* promcut any neil In equity heirs, devlaeee ....tea.. or crantoo I In or lien upon tho real propertyhoroln
and power ay.Umi machine, appliance bolt Hrvion whoa place AI residence before the 10th day of July, A. U llll.nd or action at law to obtain possession l and all partial having or claiming to described or any part tboroafDCfENDANT .
*, fixture. and .appurten li Broward County Florida) Harry serve n copy of your sold .n.... of tItle to the following described reantat hove aay right title or .InUreet .lo tk. '8 GREETINGS I
Regional Library ...... which now ar* or may here. J. William.. whoa place of ...Id..... or Of enasupon Wm. Randall Slaughter, *. lying and being In Buwaan property herein deeerlbcd, to-wlll You are hereby aetlfled that a proceeding
after pertain to, or b* need with. I. Duval County, Florida! C. J. Bry Attorney for Plaintiff, a O. Box SIlO. County Florida, to-wlti Tb 8H of the NW H and tho NW* to quiet tltlo .bee Wen broughtIn
Mlsa Cathe Braun of Lake City In. or on acid pr.ml.ea vn .on. whoia place of residence li Dado Live Oak. Florida, oa or before aalddat Th. Weat Half of Lot II and Lot of tho SW of Section U. LESS the Circuit Court for Buwannoa County. .
though they b* detached or d.tacbabl. County Florida) Frank Bryion who. *. ... required by the law of the But It. II aad 14. In Block 47, of the AND EXCEPT one acre more or Florida.. agaInst all poraoaa claiming
will tell the following stories at *. place of residence I. Dad County of Florida If you fall to do ao, a decree. Town of Branford Florida, accord. has. In the NW* of th BW14 of any eatata, right tltlo or tnteroet In erUn
the Suwannee River Regional LIbrary Al.o. one 10 gallon Electric hot Horlda.) and their reipecttv unknown pro confeiio will bo entered again.t you inc to th* map of Bnwanne* River Settle' II deatHbed MlCommence upon th* following Vcribd. coal
water heater We.tomatio In.tailed ap...... If U.ln. and If d.ad. their for the relief demanded In said complaint Park, laid plat of land being th.Seuthwe.t at the Southeast corner property situate In Suwnna County,
Thursday. July 1. at 3::30 In the houa located upon the above unknown. heirs at law. d..I..... Intt *. The nitur of acid suit I. to atabllah Quarter of Block. 47, lying of tho NWS4 of BWH of Section Florida. to-wltt
p.m. Each story will be Illustratedwith dr-arrlbed property ... or grant... or other persona title to the following described land. In ; and being .Ituated I. Section 14, II Township I South Rang II Lota.li"-.IdMo.I ta Block I IIof .
WITNESS my hand and the ieal of or partln claiming by through un. the Plaintiff. to quiet till and U remove Town.hip S South Ra.... 14 Foot Eaat and run North 101 yarda : ,. tbo City of
chalk drawings by Miss (hi. Court at Line Oak Florid.. tb der or ...In.t thorn, and any and all cloud therefrom .. sot forth In said Th name of the Court .In which saId for a point of beginning I thoocsreo LI. Oak. Florida ta tho. Kt of the
Braun. lcd day of Jun.. A- D 1.65LAVAUGHN perioni claiming any .citato rl.ht, Complaint enjoin and reatrala you or suIt haa been Instituted I* the Circuit North T* yards thane run NEt: af Boctlon Is. Township S
A. SESSIONS title or InUreit In, or Hen upon the anyone from ....rtlnl any right, title, Court of th Third Judicial Circuit of Wed 10 ,..... thence run South loa.... Rang II Eaattdefeaaee
One other story will be added a. Clark Circuit Court real property heroin deecrlbed or Interest claim or demand In or to aald Florida' In and for Suwanne Count. 70 .r..1) thane* ran Foot 70vard. and you an hereby veqairel to fIle with
a surprise and Illustrated as it la 4., any part thrreeftDEFENDANTS I lands. and every part or parcel thereof Florida and tk* abbreviated. till to said ta- th point of beginning tho Clerk of said Court pour .""".
GREETINGS and from proeecutlng or attempting to MUM 11 Relic D Howell. Plaintiff V.. and tk* NH of th* SBU lying East or other .......Inll. In said proceeding
told. The stories to be told follow: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD You ar. hereby notified that a pro. pro.ecute any ault In equity or action at W. B. Mcllvaln .t al. Defendant of tbe Noble Ferry Road In Section vn ar before' th* lIed day of I
The Catch This Is an original JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ceodlny' to quirt till baa been brought I.w. to obtain. _....10. of title to lb.fotle.Iei I Wit.... .., band .i Clerk. of the Cl.. If. LESS AND EXCEPT one and July, 111 and to serve n copy thereof
SUWANNEE COUNtY. FLORIDA In the Circuit Court for Sew onno. County descrIbed -real eatato. lying and I cult Court and Real of said. Court In one-a.If acre. were ar loss. ta tho upon Plaintiff attorney, AIRTH SEU
story. unpublished. about a IN CHANCERY. Florid ...In.t all ....on. ..lalm.In being In B"-"M County Florida, too LI.. Oak. Sowannee County. Florid, Northwest corner of the NEK of LESS: dj. LEWIS. 11 Weel Howard
girl of eight who lives on the East CULVER D JOHNSON and can, ..tat.. right title. or Interest w I thl. Und day of June. A. D. ISIS the 8E>4 of Section It. dncribod Street Live Oak. Florida, to tho Complaint .
ANNA JOHNSON. In. or Hen upon the following described I what certain lot In the City of Live (SEAL) .. therein aettlag up th* Estate
Coast near Cape Kennedy The I'ainiffa, ml property iltuate In Suwanna County Oak commencing on the north silo l I LAVAUGHN A. SESSION Beginning at th* Northwest ..... right till ar Into...' In or lira upon
pastel Illustrations of the author Florid.. to-wltt of Halnea Street 110 feet moot of Ohio Clerk. of Circuit Court or of the HEN of BBK of Section he: above. dmrlbod property claimed. I
JAMFH'O. CASKINS and hi. wife Lot No. l.. Block No I?. In the City Avenue. thence running north paral. Suwanne. County. Florida If. Townihlp 1 South. Rang II 10 y you. Heroin. fail not or Judgment will
will be used in the telling of the MARTHA L. GASKINS ct al, of 1.1.. Oak. according to the plat 1.1 with Ohio Avenue 100 feet, to ... Eaat. and ran Knit ISO yardi ho entered agaInst. yon hy default.
story or map of thi original Town of Live the South side of Duval Street '"..... Southward Ill yard to n WITNESS my hand and tha seal ef th*
NOTICE OF "FORECLOSURE SALE Oak. prepared by the Georg C. thence West along the aouth side of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR. point on the North side of the Llv aid Court at LIve Oak. Buwanno County .
The Story Of Hass And Jan NOTICE IS RLREUY!: GIVEN that the Fhronbori Company. on file In the bevel Street 70 feet, thence south IDA, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Oak-NobU Ferry Road 110 yard 1 FIor...... thia the Had day af 1._
A German folk tale. much like underilgned, Lavaughn A. ....Iono. Clerk office of the Tax A.....or of S... p.r.II.1 with Ohio Avenu Ion feet AND FOR 8UWANNEE COUNTY. from the point of beginning I....
of the Circuit Court of Buwanne. County waned* Cunty. Florida) being In to the north *ld. of Halne Street IN CHANCERY. thence Northward along" ; Ib* LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS
the story of Hansel And Oretal Florida will on Friday the Ith day Section II Township South thence Eait along the north aide of VIRCIL FOXX and his wife, Northeast. ilda of said road totka Clerk of the Circuit Court
moves quickly through broken of .July. lllflS at II 00 clock AM. .t Range II Foot Shines Street Til feet to the pointof KATIE bELLE! FOXX point of beginning (SEAL)
the front door of the Courthoua in and you arc hereby required to file with beginning PalnUffa, AU IN TOWNSHIP I SOUTH By I S/ Lillian. Redford
promises and secret charms to a Live O.k. Sew ann.. County, Florida. the Clerk of mid Court your aniwerdetail Th. name of the Court In which said .. RANGE rHOEAII..tI AND LYING Deputy Clerk
happy ending. offer for .. and tell at public outcryto or other pleading In cold proreeding nit hen been Inatltnted la the Circuit t. HT WOOD and BESSIE WOOD AND lI BUWANNEE ...
Piano the hlgheat and bait bidder for c..h. on or before the loth day of Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, of Defendanta. COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Elizabeth Eliza And Her the following deicrlbed property .Itu.t. July. llll and to ..r.. a copy thereof Florida, In and for Suwannee NOTICE TO DEFEND' Yon and each of you are hereby ..*.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
This modern story by a current .d In Sum ann.. County. Florida to-witt on Plaintiff* attorney .. Arthur Law. Florida: : and the abbreviated till to urd:!! THE: STATE!: OF FLORIDA TO lllr notified. thai EUGENE; !: R. TURNAN THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
of New Commence at the Northeast comer renee. Jr. P. O Bon toll Live Oak rouse lal The Woman Club of Live J. H. WOOD and BK881B WOOD. II and his wife. GENEVIEVE L. TURMAN FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLOR
children author tells a of Section 7. Town.hlp South Florida. to the Complaint therein setting Oak. a corporation not for profit of go- Mid defendant arc living. and If any or fibs t..lr swora CoIIIplalnt .Ia the Clr-. IDA. IN CHANCERY NO.Homer _
York City child and the problems Ring. U Eaat and run North 1111' up the .eitato right. title or Interact In, wane. County, Florida. Plaintiff ... all of .aid defendant or defendant are cult. Court of Suwanne Couaty, r.......,. J. Coff foi'keoneaol
Wnt along the centerllne of But or lien upon the above deaerlbed property Peniacota and Georgia Railroad Company ditceaiod th* unknown ._... heirs. d*. agaInst yon and each af yen a. defendanta benefit of J. D Od_ Jr. and
she has with her new grand piano. Road No. 160 1187 77 feet run claimed' by you Herein fill not. or et al. Defendant vlaee, grantor. creditor or other par seeking .. qulot the title of ,II. Verale Phillip Odom. .... wlf.
The Princess On The Glass Hill (thenc South 041' Wont 118106 Judgment will be entered agaInst you Wltnee. my hand .. Clerk of th* Cl.. tie* claiming by. through, under or plaintiff to the above deacrlbed real PlaiatUf.ve. .
favorate with children feet to the North .1.ht.ofw.F line hy default tilt Court and Heal of this Court In I.Iv* against any aurh d..*..... defendant o. property located .ta ........ County. .
is an old of State Road No. II. run thence WITNFM!' my hand and ace) of laid'ourt Oak. Suwanne* County. Florida, this Z4th drfendanta If alive and If dd thai Florida ieerge. Cowling. .. al.Defendant.
who like fairy tales. This versionis South "ir Weit along oakS right- of Florida on this 10th day of day of June. A. D. l"6. unknown heir, d..I...*, Icgitee. orente You ar. further notified hereby that ..
than the most common of-way line llll feet to the point June, 118. 1 (SEAL i ( *,; and all parti** having or claim I the return del* of thla Notice. T. Do- NOTICE TO DEFEND
longer of beginning, run thence North l>08* tAVAUCHN A HFB8IONSCerk ; IAVAUCHN A. SEfSIGNS I "hie .to b..* aay right, _title...or. Inure fond I. July II, llll. and yon halt an TIlE STATIC OP FLORIDA TOt
version and tells about the boy Weit 171II feet run then. North of Circuit Court I Clerk of Circuit Court la the property herein described to-wlt said dale acme a copy of your derena. George Dnwllag. of Buwaaaeo Couaty.
who the princess as it tells d.-ir Wot 400 feet to the Weal B,I / LIIII.n.Rad'or". I Buwanne Cou.t,. Florid Begin at th* NW Corner of flectionI If any upon AIRTH SElLERS! Florida and bt married hla uaknowapouael
wing line of Ih* NE'.. of .aid S... 7. ..unth.n. V.pllt Clock '.10 Town.hlp I South Rang II LFWI8 attorney for plalntlffi whoa M. I. Bard*, of Buwaane
the story of the princess. .. South O*4l' Wat alone aaldWait 7-10 Rest; and run South KM yard to .4141.... I* P. O Son I. LIve Oak. FloHda. Coeaty. Florida and If martInS bIn
line of NEK, Bectlon 7. i.i.ee IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD point of beginning thence run and Immediately' thereafter file tk.. akaawn pouaI tbrlftlna Drv/mk. afiaylon
feet to the North right-of-way line IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, South ISO ,....t then. run Foot original' of ._. In the offIce ., the Clerh : County, lawn, nnd If married
of State Road No. II. run th....* THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY ITS yard. thear* run North ISO of the Circuit Court *f th* abov. styled her unknown ponooi, V 0. Drumh. sad
North 4646 Pant along laid right- FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNEE IN CHANCERYNO. yard. th cnreroa Wool 171 yard Court) (tberwla n Decree Fro Confoaa hrlatlaa:' Dramh of Clayton Couaty.Ions. .
Public NoticesIN of-way line 177,II feet to the pointof COUNTY. IN CHANCERY .- t* point of beginning containing I ',will be entered. agalaat you haahaad and wlf*) Victor 0Dramh .
beginning Containing I.4 acre.. BILL TO QUIET TITLE LARENCE C. MURPHY ...... moro or hoot WITNESS, hand and the oral af I and Chriatlno L Drumh. afhyloa
moro or Icaa I THE WOMAN'S CLUB OK LIVE OAK Plaintiff. You and each of you are hvrehy .*.... aid Court thIs llth day of Juno. 111, Coanty. Iowa 10....... nad wife
nor.ua ttt to the Final Decree of for. a orporatkm. not for profit of la.... ally notified. th.t VIRGIL FORE and at LI.. Oak. .....n.. County. FmrMa.IAVAUGHN Walter .. .Jeroaao of Clayton C-.".
loiure entered In a .... pending In aaldourt n.t Count Florida VIRGINIA FlORENCE MURPHY hla wife, KATIE BELLE FORE filed A. SESSIONS owe. nnd U married. hIs. uaknownPOUMI
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND tho ityle of which li ('UI.VPR D Plaintiff Defendant. their wor* Complaint In the final Clerk of tko' Clrcalt CourtBuwaano W. .. ..1_ of Bawaane
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FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLOR JOHNSON and ANNA JOHNSON. Plain- ... NOTICE TO APPEAR Court of Suwannee County Florida County, Florida Cna.t,. ,....... and at married. his. an-
IDA. IN CHANCERY tI',.. .... JAMES G. GAHKINS and hi.wlf. PFN8ACOLA AND GEORGIA RAIL. TO VIRGINIA FLORENCE: MURPHY ....In.t you and each of you aa defendant (SEAL) bog. .'**-*, Eddi Jerome, of Brio I
NO. 702 DIVISION- *. MARTHA L GASKINS. *t al. D- ROAD COMPANY. ot al, whoa .dd.... I I. unknown but seekIng. to ejulet the tltlo of till 1/ uta Mior4 County, Foanaylvnam.I nnd If married I
NORTH SIDE SAVINGS BANK a f.nd.nt. Defendant whose last known mailing addm plaintiff to the abov deacrlbed coal Deputy Clerk. his ..".... ipaaa Maggie Laaa ... ,
corporation WITNESS my hand and the official NOTICE 0 DEFENDIN wi St. Poteraburg Florida ,.....rt, located. In Buwaand Couaty. .., If macvied. hoe uksowo apeusel AifasosHera.
Plaintiff. coal of laid Court thli 10th day of June THE NAME 0? THE You or* hereby notified the! a Complaint Florid. .. sad Dsewtkou ....... koakand.
... 1886. STATIc OF ,FLORIDA for Divorce b.. been filed. la the You ted further hereby notified chat I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD. &ad witil U.... ..._ emS E'.. Leo.kuskaad .
JAMES RUPE and MARGARET J. AVAUCHN A. SESSIONS TO Each of the following named Do- above named Court and you are required the return day of (his Notle to Defend JUDICIAL CI.CUITty... AND .. .OIlIUWANNr. sad maid Hour I. PlaIt aa4If I
RUPE bli wife. Clerk Clreult CourtS fend.nU. whoa addrea ....Id..t.nd to acme a copy of your An.... or .I. .July II. 1141 sad yon shall on Mh FLORDAIN married. .10 ..._ 5PSa.al all 01
Defendant. Uwanne. County. FloridaSEAL realdenco I. unknown to-wit other pleading tv the Complaint upon date ..... a copy of your defena. If CHANCERY. whose phase. of reeldeoue are jokoowotKvaaa.e
NOTICE OF SUIT ( ) The P ennac eta and Georgia Railroad the Plaintiff Attorney Ito,.* Agner. any. upon AIRTH. RKLLERJ LEWIS JAMES W. WISEMAN.Flamtiff Bloc. Railway C-_,. aeorpont.l.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA By Lillian Redford Company, John A. Irvine Jaaper N. lv.?. P. O Hoi "'. Perry Florid., and file .tton.,. fr plaintiff, whoa add.... tai .., .In. .ooeeee.eo or _'_1 I"
TO .J..... Rope and Margent J. Reps, Deputy Clark. .abella S. h.'. N. M. Par.heiv. John tho original In the office of the Clerk of I i ItS We.1 Howard Street. Llv Oak ... Bur Realty and Tleabor. Com...r.eorporatlou. a
hi. wifeR.ahlane.I *rhler. Nancy M. ParihUy Ronnnarvlne she Circuit Court of Suwann County I Florida. and Immediately. thereafter file BEATRICE: COOK formerly known .Ha auaiiaaor er \
Unknown I Sarah Loovln Hanklni. William. Live Oak. Florida, on or before the lath the arln-lnal of same hi the' office of th' u Boatrlan Cork Wlaemaa.' The Dewing Lumber sad Naval-i:=
Mailing Addrnai General Delivery IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE >upont Hankln Paul E. Wllllami, day of .July, I'''. If you ear to ...te.t Clerk of tk* Circuit Court of tk* ah.*** fl.foidont.NOTICE Company a _Uon.. .K* a.eeea.ora
Poet Office. Al.chua. Florida THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND George E Oexter Joseph 8. Whiteotiehalk the aamt. oth.rwl.*, the allegation. el I tylcd. court ntb...... n Deer** pr* TO DEFEND .r truateo*) bowlIne Lunibor Compaay,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that aailS FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA Potedamer Worth Stephen.rannle .. the Complaint will .be taken a* _fll_. Confeean. will ho ....rod against yen THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO a larpaiatian, Ita ._*... nr tmaare; ,
hat .been filed agalnit yon In the I IN CHANCERY. P. Bynum William ,.. Bynumlu DONE end ORDERED: !: al Llv. Oak. I WITNCR8 my hand and tk* aeal W BEATRICE COOK. formerly known Standard Lnmbor Company. n .rpia.
abov* cauic and you ar* required to file THALIA HARRELL HALL, HANSEN: II. Hemming A. Dupont Hemming. Suwannee County Florida, Ohio lUll 4y the. said Court at Live Oak la...... a* Beatrice Cook. WlaemaniTen (leo, Its uticunri or truateo I the, nddrea .
"yoor aniwer with the Clerk of thli Court C. HARRPI; and GRETCHEN HAR. G..km B. Smlthion. O. B. Bmlth.on. Ed. of Jun. A. II loOt.LAVAUGHN. Cnaty Florida, this the |4th day W are hereby notified that. n alit the aad '.......1 ..... of bnelaeea afU
and to acres a copy thereof upon the I HELL BR1NKMAN n. L. Bailey. T. A. Saucy, R P. Taylor RE8810NS "..., ha ben ireught agalnat yon ta of which are unknown;
plaintiff or its ..lto.n.,.. Mahoney, Hf.d. Plalntlffi, Beatrice Taylor Theodore, Bailey. Clerk of Circuit CourtSuwanneo 1MILAVAUCHN A. BESKIONS Third Judicial Ure; .ll Cn"Ie Chav I Aid t.. respective ananewuj ..-.
low. Chamber and Adam. Barn.tt Na. vs.GEORGR. I *.- TII. Georgia Loan *. Truit Company. T. County. Florid Clerk of tk* CIrcuS teeN levy. ky Jam** W. WUtman Mm, aad trualoo of oaeh sad*>
lloDtl Bank Building, Jackionvllle I. 8. KATZ. et tl. A. Bailey. All,. C. Bailey W. C White. By B/ Lllllai Radford, D.C. I....... Coo.t,. Florida Yen are hereby required to Owe. upon I every oa::of tha forogolag aaaaod cor'poratlena.
Florida, not later than July II, IMS ii 1 Defendant. .eiele Wood Wklte. Mr. Ida Albert ,.It (HAL) AIRTH SELLERS *. LEWIS. PtsuatltrsAtt.euops aad lbs. ......... unknownyouae
fail to do Deere For Con- H 10... it .".. and U dead KadfordDeputy whoa nddran ta F O Boa Solo .
you io a NOTICE TO DEFEND Jones. O. By I /t Lillian *. If .. W cock sad very oa
fcaio will bo entered agalnit you for the THE STATE OF FLORIDA oath of their unknown amuses, kelri. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Clerk I. Llv* Ooh.. Florida, a sop, of your vrrtttra of the abovo. named natural poreoaa
relief demanded In the Complaint. Thli TO George 8. Kata. whoa residence davlo.eo. leiateri creditor!, luote.ior, JUDICIAL CIRCUITtylN AND FOR .., ..._ to the. oampmlal. .ta said aad. 5 aay af tao abov named (= "
cult li to foroeloi a mortgage. The and mailing add.... !I. unknown iilgna I and to all ptrton or partial FLORIDA sail an or heforn tbo' look day af J.ly. sale am dtvaeoad. remarried, tbeo
real property proceeded ....Inot I.. dri. D. E. through under DIVOSCEGEORGE "". and the. original of said wrltundofraae reapoetfv sad If or sack
Byrd. whoio placo of ...1..1.don. aiming by, or against IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF ponoaa nay
ahall. h wIth th' Clerk. ofaid
Lot Nina ((0))1. PINEWOOD a aub.oc .. and mailing addrea I. unknown! thorn and to all persona having any elalmr : A. BWEARENaiN.Plaintiff SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. filed of thorn. .ho dead heir. unknown .heir at
dlvlilon of n portion of the South- H. A. Blackburn who.. place of milane any Intereit In tho land berets d... IN RE The Eitat of Canrt. Tho nnrpooo W said cast tato law .......... bigil.ee. rmatooa .....
ait Quarter of the Harth..., Qua.. ... obtain ._tna peifermaaec of yenrgroomoal tam admlamtmtora.. ....
aaalgn.
and mailing .dd...* la unknown. ) rlbedl I Joha L. Will*. ****
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tar of Betlon 17. TownshIp I South R. H Helvcniton and hi. wlf. Nina You each of you are hereby noil- BETTY S. IWZAIENOIN.Dofondant. --. we to Jam** W. W Uo- ........*. sad atMl..... or other por-
Hang II Eaat, Bu_...... County, Helveniton, each of who. place. of led I..n" eult In equity ,kai boo* N..... Of Flltog -Pctttlou. ) For moo Lot tk* Shah foJMwhig C. Piatreaeef doocrlkod Am pn.perty FlU 5 seas or ........ natural or corporal
Florida aa per plat In the office of residence la Dallai .... The NOTICE 4. .laamta I,. through ....... or agataatthoea
T. and wko.a irought agalnat you by Woman Notice I. hereby ,I... '1Ia .. Block 0. D nnd R, ta the. CIty *)
the Clerk. of the Circuit Court ta I mailing; .dd.... li Kit McFirlln Club of Live Oak. I orporatloa. not for TO BETTY J. SWKA4ENOIN filed my FInal Rotum an \ DI..II..I .of Ft lonaardala, Fmrlda, sad any ... all -- hatSooaonub j
1441 Da Coda tko. loot Will aad Teelameat sal corpora. having .taam. J
WITHERS bond .. Clerk asS tile :
OUt7ltliHEHrnfl15oTmED{ 'Welle' ........ Shot I ha. *. Mai of eatS Court my aa Llvo Ook, genMO.ee tag .. ..... any ..... (.... .* ,
The .taloeeat ta and to the fotlownir. _
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Petition to .b* DleeKarged" a* each Caeeutrla. : CM.ly, Florida, tots Ih* Sib day of
I a Complaint for Diver .baa boon filedagalnit and that on tk* I4lh day ot July ..I..., I04.. laoaa ta uwoono* Cwuaty. FlorIda *.. \
yon and you ar* rouulrod te ierv. 1141. I will apply lo tko" HaaorahURiiii ; I.AVAEYIJIIH A. SESSIONS wni
a copy of your aaiwer. or pleadlnga to th* ...... Couaiy Judg. of ..w..... ('... Clre.H Court The South Walt (IH. > of honaanTwonly
Complaint on the Flalatlff-a Attorney O County. Fwrlda. for ar,r.val of oaldFmal Suwunno* Ceo at Florida ..... n... LESS AND EICCFT .
A. Hula' Jr, P. O Boa 4tl. ..... City &. ...* and far an Order of Final. (lULl) y tao foltawlo d.iirltid por.'
Florida, sad file tho original answer or tltecbarg. a. inch Eee.uUui.VIRGINIA I, I/ UIHan Redford taan thereof beotoalog ton Oil
other pleading hi lbs office W tho' Clerk D. WELlS Deputy dork .hnta. west of too. leolkpaet emof .
of t II. limit. Genre .. a* hefor th* A. E.eealrtm of th. Loot Will 54 en ef ISo Uounkwet =:: SIR 4)
llth day of July, It4l If yon fall to dean and Teelament of John L.Well Ih* Southwoot ISW % |
I Judgment by default will .be takenagalnel ., deeeaead.IUA IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of eatS Seotaan T-'F..... "".
r you far the relief demanded to 44 JUDCE SUWANNEE COUNTY aol run tbmeo W.., al.ig. ,... ee*.
DAIRIES'Firecracker the (.....,..1... FLORIDA, IN .. Itan km. a dkrtoneo of nmo nnd ,_.
DONE AND ORDERED at Lk City, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF no. IN ill Calat W ha.dred *4gbty.hi nootbonaandthaII
Florida. tbl I4tk diy of June. 1111. THIRD JVUI .IAU CIRCUIT( irv OLIVER IIA.". and IM/IIMI *hata*. hence
VALLEY LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS AND FOR BUWANNEE COUNTY, 0.04.T. run North n diiinnea of Chine sad
Clerk *f flreaH loartuwaano FLORDA. IN CHANCERY. All CtM.... emS p_ NamIng sac boaSted ..tF"_ aae.thouo.aadth. .
$ Ceuaty. Florida.. W. W. LAND and hl.. vhta, Claims 1 ar Dano.... Agnmot Bald EotoloiYen II and 161/1_. ebotae.
? (SEAL) AGNES LAND aad cook W yon nr. hereby -*. (tie.a ron Root n dtelea.c of nteo
I, Lillian. Radfordl FlaJatlffa\ fled and roaawod to Pie.eat any .Ia_ sad fonr handled olgkty- ta aoo.4IOI4MI.
>*paty Clock ... and .-... which yon. a* olthor af you.ay IbeoSaadha. IC cad
a. A. RUlE, JR. ODERICK MACLRNNAK. M al. .... agnteat the. oioa of Oliverart. ....... tae.e ran Sooth n dmtaaoanf .
P. O. Sea 40 Defeadaata.NOTICE d.oas.od. 'Into of saSS Coonty. to tome sad oao kondrod only
Lake City, Florida TO DEFEND she County Judgo of Suwaono Cooaty.FlorMa. two tkeuiaadtha (I sad III1441 /.
Attorney for fmlatlff' TIll STATE OF FLORIDA TOt at hla arfva ta tko eourl booo .baa a to ,... ponat of kegtmnmgrand
... RODERICK MACtrNNAN. .. MAC at aid Coaaly at 14** Oak. Frnrldn. all of that. port of SullenTktrtytwo
SpecialThursday LKNNAN J. W. LEMON sad HARRY within eta oaleaiar. _.. fraea th* III! brr g North of la*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F. BRXDETTK h said Mdaal are lImo of eke. fuwt pnhHealmn. of this. Bo.Ueo. rlgkl-W.way of tho Lreo Oak. Perry
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP ivm.. sad M .., or aU .. saM "'f_.. Two i.pl.a of oaeh daNa. or ... au'S a.1f Railmad. LESS .JlD aJ(.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNEECOUNTY ass or oafendaata ace ....... Ik,* nakaown _a4 iball h* lr'M>.\ *** haS. .*... nPT .... Scot Half tIll. of .....
/ IN CHANCERY: poa ...... ....-- ....- 1k.. pis.e II onaidea.e pool afilU. ... Therlyuaa. III) at $,oheru ae per
PILL TO QUIlt TITLE creditor. or other parties eMaalag. br, Pdea of the' cmlaaaat, and ekeS. .h* swoon uke plat (horned se ..e.eS.d es Pa..
IEUA O HOW El.L. through under *r aglnt aay ...11 ... by ube claimant, hat ent. ar altoro.and 44 of Fta losS I of tho pohMa i ior _
FalnllffW. mooed _....., ar nofeodaat M an*., : aiiamiaalad hy ,(He* tee W on* ** W Bownnn ( 'rh Ftariaalal
Friday Saturday *'. nd If Sued heir unknown kel,.. oeveea. .. Seller. sad ouch mtae. or demand not .. ta Townthaa Two Boaik.
M.ILYA1N. M al legate**. ar gratoi sad all pa.. tied shall h* ...ed.ITI.V1A, .._ Tworvo (II* East LESS
Do'.taNOTICIl ...* kevmg or ."hot.II" ..... nalkl. T HART AND EXCEPT a. af too. .*. pee
TO DEFEND "' tltlo. or mtoroet In tko property I A* odearamtrairi of the' Eetal : and other natseruis. III, es or .....
IN THK N.M. OF .. ... ..a-...... lo-wlti i ad Ottvat Ran, diiimd tao Sooth Mao- IIHI of ube. Rooln.won .
THI STATE Of FLORIDA 44 Quurtoy TO I Each of the fallowing named Da.fendaat The BIH W Iho. NWdo the' MHof ttonrtor (NW H ) al (. South'woat I
JULY 2 3 4 *. who**) addre**. reeleVal :. BWHl tho. IN THE CIRCUiT COURT! OP THE << SW %, nod) tW
WNt"t"
and reMn are) uakaawu. ......1 BWt, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP North t'--M'II. of the NonhaaetAnnrlor I I't
W. B. 11.11..... F. ... "". Wll. LESs AND RXCEFT nU Iho .... gao FLORIDA IN AND FOB $BUWANNf NRt' ad the SeuthoeatAoanrr
Ham B. M.llvlno, A4n M.livalae: and ..""., mlniraU ta, .. and under COUNTY. IN CHANCIRYPARTTTIOM wW I of said Se.Stoa
Frank Mellvaln Paaltoo M.live I.e. all the. aha. ** inirlhid ki.eai lao PROCEEDINGS 'Twot .a... "". .... LESS AND
Jnn. r Whiten Reborn A. Ivey. WUllam ai" ., .... NWI4 at BWV.I I the MATTIE CLIalONf THO.... alCaPT se osdImidod caeuualehueI
M.llvaln J. M. Mrtjew Mellvilao W(. *t the Nl% of Iho. $8W(4, tad .tmiKR C CLRMONS.' .JR, andJkTAMER ,,,) Ntweet Ia cad Na aS of hoall.
Lul ... ..ell...... .John th.* .W % Of the, $W15 I CLKMONS. 000 sad otbor nahoests. III, emor
F _.10." B. F. ........, E. C. F.naacaee. FmeataffaROSlT'cLEMONa. ..... 1M SouIMa.t QoariseORS.
Haiti ... Baaehea. Helen C. AD ta IWIhtn II. T......* d South.Rango ) the ..( QuariorCR14)
O. Fraak WhIne. Jean JRootaaon Jl Ko*! aad waammg 1441 at aL, : :seed .:. Te.atymme
NEW-THRIFTY "i. J. Rablno*. M. M.: semen i' O bee I PWeaawatoTO 5501.DEFENDANTS.
......_. I. II. tI....... Jean FMeh.r StOMA CLAMORS BRCMBLEY. Can'TDIGaIT
WkH. Tk. Union. InveatmontCuaipaay Yes and each *f yen' ar* "aoreby same Route 4, Tattoo. OoortmTO sad web aS' yon.nronghl .......
Sarah raaltaa. Mallreain rally notkTIed that W. W. LAND sad I ALrCR CLRMONB WATERS ... omitted alat S n.h In apeS, has bees
: O. 5. Weatkonko. Jr. Mirni L .. main, AGNES' LAJl Urd thttoapmlnl aaao. C.aritaAD Mnioot M bo Homo* ir Ooff.
LOFAT SPECIAL Weatker.be N. M. Oreen. Dolllodree .ta Iho. OronM Camel .. 101 .....,,_ of i, P.Cleamue .r the no od kii.Mt of ". B 0-
EGGSMED. .. Carl D. 19.,. Cd Ha..... .._ Caoaly. Fl.it la aeraeael you ..-.. ... kee bdae arc and Voraio Fkllauji Odwm no. urffo.ta .
C. D. Icy, 0. .. Daagktry P. LDe..lltNFI..t and seek .* yon a* defeadaaw aoehmgto .. .._ or .... 11- sal the. Careoet Cwnrt of nbc Third ..-
c..... Do.....,. oajerl tko. lilkj W the. ntneatrffi to MM koaww.Yon. cad r r..., ta sad for Sawussee c.-
Bteakea Mr*. ala. .. .......... roal preexrty mealed la aod web of pea ar* hereby not*. \y. -
fi.A B. Dent. JanM W.alkeeeb.e.WallS. Sewuuaoe -..iiy. Finelda.Re. fmd that" n kIll W i.nnmlot to noeat.TW rw'l:
Gum Z Gold Weaihorabe. W H. lyle: ... Serthee h.ob_ aeSSled thaI" ,... ..ho .......g d.s peonU.t5'itl ,
One J. IWklo: MarguerIte Debts.William the return da* *f hIs Notleo Defe 4m I Slats. ,land heenIa ogseS p.o In .heas.a
M. Weatawe***, NWokHMWeathwakM July I*. IbIs ae4 you .r on said liMIt.... Ouorvor of She. oslIalud se.55 ehe .55105 atus.
: Vay M. CornelL N. date .a oaor 04 ywwt deveoe. n> nay .....-. Owortor of B-- I, a..II II ... __ C.aet Ia sal
N. Carnell. Berate' W..,..."...* pen 7it..., ttlKU IRIS. at- Towneblp 1 _, Roooe 14 ..... S. Ognusa.. n-u.-c SW.tVIne
35c Oaloen T U Oeteen. Jr, Ellaka I J. .....,. fur pmmtaTf. whose add,.* a) woes .* -- Ia Ike :Sce.
Don*. Iv.y W. Oatoea. Viola Oeteon. ... O. Bon S. L .. Oak Florida and emUMdmtery rr'mVMbeoa. tn Buu a**i iC*nuhoe'kee ".,..*". on or uororo too IO h dayJoSe. ;I
14 GAL CART. t .Jimmy Oreen Te_. R D. Turner ,.......... ftm the. ........ *tamo IOU aodto, aoe** s eo-r 'one*)
P. B. ....'.1.. Rnky Mwe.H B. II. ta the. attIcs of the. Clerk af eke. filedyon. soulUt pea arnS web of ocower or Snimoor .505 3. M. Renew.Aeamuep I
Green. WH.n Grace. Clnrte Wat CtrenH Court W tho. above. a kin. *. .. C W........ Lamar Welle. a ....... Pro Caafim WIll h* eeor of your 00.wo sa .- 5ag to 1M VOM m P. 0. Ron 114. L... Onn. Pmr
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LARGE 40c Kaikrva HowelL Catheei .. .hood aad tho' orTWalMai w.. Roadall ltsogken. P. c- 105, the mere -r. nod tho PtortanRolM
39c HwlL Howard Chenoy. Aria Sahoth.sev. of said Court thai Ird day of Jamb Eke. tluA, PbeSSa. sad fIle the eriglealaid. of <***) Pimi kf yon adl noFmoiugf
MM U Notch Dorothy .OS.. or pInadnae Ia nbc. at nbc. do sa I ....... rio c-- wnl S.d I
R. H.vktaa. Carl M.wkm" Owe tAVAPCRN A. SWOONS ('..... II .... ('NouN C_ u. tiaS.FlorIda. seaWot yes for 1M et S..
,..... H. ......1'. Bdward ......,. aorta *g ,.. tIaras CaortByt so or batwe uSe. 55,4 day atJel' aadnd Ia eatS Cwesho.S.
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lv** H Choas,. M alms sad at the. e1eeor uSe SeoaouS hidefacs ,. II eatS 5.5 Ia 00 ......
dead each W bets leaaewa i* una. l/ ooooth w. Bbwehord u. .ha -. agulUu neu sad cleoda 0-es cad eoNs uSe tale II abc
........ _...... Ieqsloee atMl,.. Devaly Clerk of you torto. noUnS amaght an tk* to too aaa>4* emS penS 00emas.
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aoa or ...... *lnia n by tll.... ptshot.anal oroorod ta U- lab Pmo.Ma c-.. Flor.,. -.
GROVE QUEEN SUWANNEEFRUIT under .. *.*..., ihoaa awl to all IN THE CIRCUIT COUST. THIRD tnaa Stud day of Jose A. D. 104*. TW i_ of Ike 0..eq a wOOS ehoOnS
aereea.. ".t.. any .10.. or any JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .1. AND VHS SEALS kne Sowoneed N. ClenyM teor%
Ulereet Ia the. mad herein d.eerlk. SUWAJSNIK COUNTY H 01 IDA. SJ LAVAfCint A. SESSIONS mood Jydwad Clensa.. Na emS Sn. So.oaaou .
"I l. CNANC8JIYP Ourti. of Caroaet CowrtMARim c-ettr. ,..... ... tOo abe
% Yen aad oaeh *f pos ar. hereby rTNR R. TCRHaW ae.14JKNEVIBYB k. wSe ... keenWuel 00ts of ISa ... Roasea.
100 PURE ..,.,... that n cain .hi *a.Hy .baa h*.n U TV.uiJkN, __ ho sod cad buaSW II I. Ia.td.sa .
araatkl **alaat youj by eUtla D HeweU. Pmtailfta. .vq TIf. n.nn COURT OF Pl.! ( 3, d Posses PSna D.
.. ta* c...... Count ef tk* filed .10.... IDA THtIiO JUDICIAL C1ItC1TT. IN hat wero. Pwrfotaff. m. C..rai Huang.tioao .
H sEal e....." W r...... la and Oar .. C:, FURtR.: .* alNOTKE AlSO f'OIt lUWo\JII.... ('('IUtIITY. .. .... .
waane Cannly, FlorIda and you nr* fIedeadaaIC .... .Y. In lot kornby 0.Ills .
beneby ...-.... sedeesS aed rweaIswdI. TO DCFEOB GEORGIA .. ..A..... lad "..
ORANGEJUICE tIle pose wvieWs aaa.or or dsfOSdot TUB STATE OP FLORIDA TUiLAMO oaido .e 40 ._
PUNCH t* the, _...m. flIed hinln .*...., you FURtER and ha ..11_ S _
.In saId ... ., ra tax *m** .. ta* Clerk Minn ..... mldea.i le 4441 NW aikAe.aue. JONES, .. ... IS lens C ..I
*t the. doom CMV*. an and fur h_ Mma.1 Ftarvaal WILUR MAR ...-..- secS --
ace County. "....,. at tie. Cemrt Heweea DAY WD.-UM. wkoo niHimi m CeO NOTiCE TO I DSflNDTwi "
Uv Oak.. Flartdn, or kW*** the M 4th fraot. P1.IaS.PNSn> Pawertvoatn > "'an 01'' nO&1. TOI W Owr of anSI
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PLUS DEP. .. antored) a.nm4 you fur the. ) toW JOANMAhl MOWARO' WAaRWOTOM CLARA EMOWLKS, wwaao >MOof (
demaaded .le eatS ewei.Tb. cod JOB CRAolAm.awoa eoaaovao* m leemsod fWaoly? >. FmMo 5. PeNS (hoses
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TilE RECREATION CENTERBy

DEMOCRAT DirectorAll
SvNNEE
four games were played In Cameron. Cheek, and Pournelle
both Little League and Minor also hit well for the winners. Rat
of LIVE OAK FLORIDA League baseball play at the Live lift's effort was sparked by Bart
Oak-8uwanne County Recreation Edwards and Robbie Nott with
Center last week with Suwannee two tingles each. Randy McMul-

ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 1, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 7NewsFromBranford Ford Tractor winning both their ton was the winningpitcher and
.. ------ -- - games In Little League play and David Hacker the loner
Dodge Dart both In the Minor Buwannc Ford beat Western
] Arts And Croft Clas At Recreation Center I League Auto 10-3 Friday night as Suwan-

I H"' e June 21 saw Roberts Hardware nee Ford collected<< 10 runs on
.t win over Masonic Lodge 1-& first three hits and seven bases on
By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH I ; game and the Dodge Darts beat balls Western Auto scored their
.. 8i' annee Coop 8-4 in the finale two runs on three hits, a trIple
Id Masonic Lodge held a 8-1 lend by Brmbry In the first, and three

Area Men's Club : over Roberts Hardware until the banes on balls.
Cheney Among To Meet MondayThe .r bottom of the fourth when seven North Florida von over Ratliff
Friday aa right players for North
walks produced five runs giving
I
District State Branford Area Men's Club ,the Hardware team a winner with Florida hit safely at I..alcnee.,
win hold their regular monthly only one hit scoring 12 runs to eight for Rat
meeting Monday night. July 5. in Lanier llff Hacker gave up five hits to
In the second game was
Olympic WinnersAndy 'the Branford Woman's Club Ratllff and Edwards eight to the
the big gun for Dodge Darts collecting
Building. The meeting w1i1 begin
Telephone team.
of Mr. and / a triple and two tingles In
Andy ton with supper at I pjn.
Mra. Howard Cheney of Branford. 'I Francis Ward president urges three trips to the plat ChambllM July 2 Suwannrt Ford playa
for the warn
hit a homer Coop
participated m the AA.U. Junior an members to be present for this North Florida and Western Auto
and four bases 01b.lla In the
Olympics that wen held in Jacksonville meeting. will\ battle Rstllff July t Buwan
at Lackwanna fourth and fifth Inning accounted
June ninth nee Ford plays Western Auto and
for the other three runs.
and
Park. Cheney a young North Florida meets Ratliff Motor
very premium athlete at Bran 1'' fir In Thursday's play Dodge Dart Co.
Branford Summer
ford High School placed In the ran away with the Ma onto Lodge Wwi tint
district In Jack team 30-0 as 20 bases on bslls .
top five at the Suwannr Ford Tract* 1 1
tonvllle and was qualified attend Recreation Is were given up by the many pitchers -
Western A.U I 1
tried Roberts Hardware turned
the state Olympics held in J.L i North n*. Telr. .h.n. 1 tRstllff
In a real defensive effort as they
Bradenton June It. M.iw C. S 1
Now UnderwayThe : took Suwsnnee Coop J-l. Klau
At the meet In JacksonvilleCheney _
mon struck out 12 Coop bitters
placed first In the hop. Minor League schedule ahowsDodge
Branford Summer Recreation The only runs scored by RobertaHardware
and ,second In the pole
\ step jump Program got underway Tuesday were on eight bases on Dart vs Masonic Lodge
t broad vaulting jump., and At second the state In running meet in morning. All activities are Mir ray- Driver, st"i-4-frem left- .la shew with the arts and craft rli. al- tbe roe center. balls and one hit In the fourth. July 6 and Roberts Hardware vs.Ruwanna 8.
being held at the school. They Chambllss hit a triple for the losers Valley Coop. July
Bradenton the youth placed first are clspUytag kareene clay efeJecU auHt aM painted ut wevk. A.ft.w f the paintings are S..I Dodge Dart will play Roberta
Include activities for elementarychildren .
In the hop step, and jump, second Monday-Friday from : tasked to a tree to the taeagrmuit. in the vault, and second .
pole plays Suwannee Valley Coop.
-10.11:00: : am. day Buwannee Ford took a four
In the running broad jump. Team sports and Individual activities Health Clinic :nC't"'lltIOl To Honor I run lead In the first Inning coup. (N. t ConunaN.n'ste It)
Card Of ThanksWe
To qualify for the state meet for high school student led with a grand slam homer In
one must place In the top five at and adults win be held Monday. would like to express our Clotnl July 5 Methodist PI.tlrr the third and beat North Florida
I the district olJm &ca. Several Tuesday. Thursday, and Friday and to The Branrr4 Health Clink A reception honoring the Rev Ttl.phonea.. Stamper hit a
hundred athlete participate In from 7:00.10:00: : pjn. alr thanks friends appreciation and neighbors will k* etosed M....'. J.l, .. and Mrt. Arthur Davis and family homer for Ford In the tint and If you<< were bora (In

this event each.year. Ball games will be played on our for their many kindness and help during In bwrvanee' .* a holMsy." Thecllnte will be held at the Methodist Bonds hla grand dam In the July of an odd
Saturdays from 2:00: 10:00: pm. the Illness and death of our will be eeert during ret-- Church Sunday night. July fourth. third and a lone homer In the
numbered
Some astronomers believe another All ages will be Included In this loved one Mrs Prances Delegal Ur bean the remainder .f the Evrryone, Invited to attend fifth. Only three hits were allow year, renew
planet awaits detection It activity. Bailey. week. Rev. Davis and his family cams ed by Cowter and Stamper M the your driven Keens
would He beyond Pluto the most Coach Donald Oarland win supervise here from the Gainesville! area and only runs scored by North Florida
distant known planet the earth's the summer program. Everyone Reginald D. Bailey hat resumed his duties as pastor Tel were by passed balls or hit this month.
:j solar system. I is invited to take part. I and Family Scouts Launch of the Branford Methodist bsttert.

I Church. In the other same Tuesday Reece Brown
Ten Rafts At I night Western Auto barely edged
i The American Water Bkl At Ratllff Motor Co. 11-11 hey JUDGE
Delation has Its headquarters In] Strickland hit a two run triple In COUNTY \

5WSRk1NcS IllIl, Branford Dock I Winter Haven. the second for Western Auto andUP '

Tm rafts were launched from .
TORN ASSOCIATION _.
o Branford Saturday morning as
Branford and Lake City Boy E7CTRA
: LIVE OAK Scouts began their third annual sw 4t sty( GREEN STAMPS
I Buwannee River Raft Race. The FL-w..1.N--
event will end Wednesday at .......
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE ITS Manatee State Park following a ti f Sirloin. <. 'iakL.ti

ten mile home stretch r... 1 1r e .-.VMIII "Utf 4t..
The other four days the rafts eat
SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND will teUurety drift U4he scouts \ .....--tl'"
t (will camp atone the way. The
group empd al Hatch Bend the
PAYABLE JUNE 30 AT A first night of their fire day Jowrn.ey. .,
During the outing the scouts EXTRAtt.r4"J1
will\ compete for fifty: miler conservation ( CREtN STAMPS
.... .
swards and seek to earn ----

4'/ Of.DIVIDEND I the mile swim award. I -. ....... ..
CURRENT Lake .l ..-.. a .
The ten rafts, nine from

JO PER ANNUMON City and one from Branford carried oo stoassIeSaaa Sandwich..
....
such names as "m..... Runner .I r sees w.r.wL

*. -River Roaster". "Mr, Ms' ....__. e33I
ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OF $5.00 OR MOREAt son" and the Branford raft car "'I'M' tl Et/aTiCew FetG..4'llwrID1llaLt)
rid the name of "Mud Hoe. '
The Branford Are Men Club
our first dividend pejrment J..... 30, 1M2 total savings were I served hot does and soft drinks to EXTRAr4'J

409,9-.7.S9 and total aseels $427,41234. Jun. 30, IMS our total scoutert and spectators brfore the ( GREEN STAMPS
savings art In eases 'o( 2.040000 and total assets in emcess of departure of the rafU About IU .111 M.Yq N-.

$2,172,000.WE active participants made up this ":
I year's crew for the raft race Whli..L G MMe. P.a.EX .

WELCOME YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND ARE READY I II .-,-.. "' .,.

TO ASSIST YOU WITH A HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN. I llrtininn Fur CIj" at __..... 'n

Of T..1 &1..1111..1The

I 30$ East Howard St. P. O. Boa 240 graduating class of llSl TO

rt4 32-3433 UVE OAK. FLORIDA will have a class rtinkm Batllr.I .
Telephone I
s I day, July beginning at 4 pm. rRMAsla.Mr..Ne.
.l 11 if''. MCMSEE r..i ral Itosm .... Bank 0rt4>wIXsral (I The event will be held al the Ivy .....

11 .avt g. A tea* I-.... CwpenUea Memorial Park, ..
11\\ Anyone graduating In I til from .......- *
I Serving Th. Heart Of The S....... River Valley Branford High School U Invitedto f( 1'1"Canned Ham

attend --, ...
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STARTING TOMORROW (Friday) WINNDIXIE'SFUN .

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t .tit ca1LN sTAJNPs.e.

I SemiAnnual CLEARANCE GAME I ,.-. -
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'J I Joyce Red Cross } 112.99 to 815." Value $9.90 rW{ % b1UNFYewe.w; A EXTRA.ill.-CgtfHSTAAAPSOn ----. .


I Sylvia Christie L.. SwtH fund**.
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I 1OA Turkey RoatlJ.

-: Calif. Cobbler .... g, -sew _. ..wI
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: Huntleigh } jl"O 111,99 Values $7.90 I : "--..


5 ; Villager .

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1, Summer Casual J} .$ Iff to |. t." Value* $5 00 -GlnH---STAMJ'3r. -- Ip I st)( CIUN STAMPS

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;" TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JULY I, 1965 aH


I Pine LevelMr. 1Mill Margaret DeeseifV .


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and Mrs. J. F. Toole and
c cr son, Jimmy, spent Sunday in Lake
WOMEN City Coates.visiting Mr and Mrs. Jerry

s Misses Beth Ann and Robin
Lepper spent Saturday night with
i f CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor; Louise, Faye .and Joyce Hayes.
Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes
were supper guests of Mr and

11:1::1 Here And There Mrs.Rev.Ernest Charles Holmes Johnson Friday of night.Perry

spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. C. R McCrlmon, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Few in Can H. M. Moore.
I' Mr. and Mrs. Danny B. McCrlm ton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited -I I
on, and sons Burt and Mike, left Mr. and Mrs. Hoiry Hair Jr. 01 i Mr and Mrs. Willie Howell
Friday for McCombs, Miss., to attend Tallahassee spent the week end j Saturday night.
a family reunion.Mr. here with Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Orover Baxter
and Mrs Henry Folsom Mrs Newt Ward and daughter, and daughter, Joyce, and Mrs.
and daughter, Miss Sheryl Fol- J I Patty Ann, of Jacksonville spent Ruth Taylor of Klsslmmee spent
som, left Thursday afternoon for Sunday here with Mrs. Ward's Friday night with Mr and Mrs
Aurora HI., for a visit. brother and sister-in-law, Mr L. P, Fortner
Miss Charlotte Wadsworth left and Mrs. Frank L Futch Sr. A. L. Hughey attended services
Friday for Hendersonvllle, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Joel Boatrlght of at Bethel Creek Church Sunday
where she will be a counselor at f Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders
Athens, Oa., will arrive this week ,,
Camp Ton-a-Wandah for eight and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moseley
end to visit Mrs. Boatrlght's parents
weeks. Mr and Mrs. Mahone Rees, attended the sing at Beulah
John Flood left Thursday for and Mr. Boatrlght's mother, Mrs Church Sunday afternoon. ,
Hendersonvllle, N. C. where he Oneal Boatrlght. Trooper James Fortner of Pen-
will be a counselor at Camp Pin Mrs. E. Bardln Hunter has returned sacola spent Monday night with
t I nacle. home after a stay of six Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner.
,
Mr and Mrs. Jack Jones will months in Ft. Pierce. Her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hsyes and y + a
leave Friday for Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. James Sample, and children of Cross City spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
to bring their daughter June
daughters Lynn Linda, and Mary
home from Short Mountain Youth accompanied her home. After Hayes
Stinson of Clearwater and rar
Sam
Camp. spending the week end they con-
Mrs. James Hailing and sons, tinued on to Tallahassee and Mrs. Mattie Faircloth of Tarpon r
Michael and David of Sarasota, Hendersonvllle. N. C. Springs spent the week end here 4 4Mr
spent several days here last week with friends and relatives.
with her parents Mr. and Mrs R. F. Harden Is spending a
Bridal Shower Given couple of weeks with his children
Lawrence
Lee. Mr. Hailing, who ..
had been on a business trip to Miss Tina Fletcher In Lake City.
Baltimore arrived Wednesday and Miss Tina Fletcher, brideelectof Mrs. Mattie Faircloth of Tarpon
Mrs. Hafllng and returned "t1M e, : : Springs was dinner guest of Mrs.
song August was feted with a kitchen -
home.with him. i iI shower last Saturday at eight s .ca..' y d.. _., Loye Head Saturday
I Mr. and Mrs. John E. Perry had o'clock by Mrs. Robert Brock Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Carmichael
I as their houseguests for the past and Mrs. Norman Protsman. Rev and Mrs P. E. of Largo spent last week end with
ten days Mrs. Perry's sisters Miss Prizes for the games played announce the engagement Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and Mrs C. C. Deere of 23U Stradford Drive Ce **. formerly .
Emma Davis of Columbia S C., were received by Mrs. Bill Burch Thomas Harold Hutchlmon. Mr. and Mrs. Drover Baxter ef this city, announce the engagement el their daughter, Mar.
and Mrs. T. J. Willis of and Joyce, and Mrs. Ruth Taylor:
Melgs Mrs Lloyd Oooge, Mrs Fred Ilutchlnaon.
of Klsslmmee Saturday lam, to Jtmn R. Hughes of Cap Kennedy, eon e( Mr. and Mn.
da. Mrs. Perry Mrs. WHIM, and Glass, Miss and Mrs spent
a Fletcher The wadding will be
tn .
.
Russell J Hughes of Orland Park. IlL
night with Mr and Mrs. Oscar
Miss Davis visited their aunt, Mrs
Evelyn Fletcher.
In the afternoon In the First Brim. The brlde-eleel ls a graduate Sawannee High School and b
H. L. Slngletary of Jacksonville, >
Following the games the hono-
and nieces, Mrs. H. S. Myles Jr. of ree wag Invited to move to the Miss Fhllllpi attended Kenneth Dutton was dinner employed st United Technology: Dater Cape Kennedy.The .
Gainesville, and Mrs H. M. Brownof breakfast table where a large Mr. Hutchlnion HlghUtown guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fort- groom-elect 1s a gradual *f Carl Sandburg High Sea**!.
this city. clothes basket filled with gifts will be released from the ner Sunday. Orland Fart Ill and U employed with United Technology Cantor
Mrs. Jessie Brannon and son suitable_ for a kitchen was presented : Mrs. Marvin Alderman and Cape Kennedy
daughters of Live Oak was dinner
.Jlmm" returned home June SO to nero shasta daisies and gladioli The wedding will be an event el July third al tight o'clockIn
ftiVa"W: 'k- vacationing in The guests of Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hayes
refreshment table
was ap- the evening at the Friendship Baptist Church In Live Oak.
placed on the bookcase and
Cartland and Canton, Ohio, Sharon pointed in a yellow and white color Sunday.
Pa., and Atlanta and Canton, scheme. Iced fruit punch, tea service cart In the adjoining Mr. and Mrs Grover Baxter All friends and relatives are Invited
I da. They visited Mr, and Mrs. E biscuits, petit fours, and nuts were Among the guests were and Joyce, and Mrs. Ruth Taylorof
L. Bettlkofer, daughter of Mrs. served. bride-elect'i mother, Mrs. Klssinunee. and Mr. and Mrs
i t Brannon in Cartland, Ohio, and Containers of yellow and white Fletcher of Jacksonville Mrs. L. P. Fortner and Mr. and Mrs. For The Best In '
R. Slaughter, mother of the Edward Fore were supper guestsof
room-elect[ and Miss Mary Mr and Mrs. Artls Golden ROOFING.
NOTICE Courtoy of Jasper, Saturday night. CALL COLLECT: e
OF
EQUALIZATION Mr and Mrs. Harry Lepper and
...., COUNTY TAX ROLL I children were dinner guests of STANDARD ROOFING
Mr and Mrs. Homer Hayes: Sun
Notice Is hereby given that the County Assessorof A : and
day.The
Taxes will meet with the Board of County Com- Community Sing will be SHEET METAL CO.
missioners of Suwannee County, Florida, at theClerk's By CAaTOQN'I held at Pine Level Church Satur.!
Ill So.
Ashley $ Ph. 244.2644ESTIM
Office in Live Oak at 10: a.m., July 12th, "Ood sees not the coin but day night, July 3, at I pm. Everyone AYES t. '
..1 1965, for the purpose of hearing complaints and receiving It's a big Is Invited a to. attend. FREE VALDOSTA BEST ROOFERS
.r! testimony as to the value of any property, fear the (Renew row Subscription. New)
real or personal, as fixed by the County Assessor of &k J must bear fl'
Taxes, or perfecting, renewing and equalizing the counts A
assessment of said County for the year of 1965 Is which so much Is
Board of County Commissioners giving.
Suwannee County Florida :
ATTEST: by their
Curtis G, Humphries, Chairman significance.
Lavaughn A, Sessions, Clerk appreciated that can be
Wm. Hubbard Gray Assessor sightless,
6.7 but actually
than any concrete present $2154
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Birthday Tea Honors Airs. Etta PeavyMrs.

Mrs. Etta Feavy wu honored Peavy'i granddaughters Mrs.
,uth: a birthday tea Saturday af- W.M.Wilson of Palatka. and Mrs.
','noon June 12. at her home on Avery Pearsall of Jacksonville. are continuing our Red Tag Sale to reduce inventory
,-"uo1 Ohio Avenue from 4 to 6m The punch table was draped
with white"net and overlaid witha
before
Hostesses for the occasion we handmade organdy cloth draped a remodeling.This .
daughters. Mrs. Perry Hall. with smllax and net pouffs. Pouring
Mrs her Charlie Collins of Tampa punch was Mrs. Pea,,'a I is your opportunity to buy first quality mere
granddaughter Mrs. Kenneth
\tr. J H. Bauer of Gainesville
and Mrs. Charles Peavy of Ken- Bullard of Port Myers. t
aasaw, Oa.PresenUng. The antique sideboard was 1'I' chandise at bargain prices.
I the guests to the re graced with a center arrangementof 1'
I Cf'lv1nll1ne was Mrs. T. J. Ken- Queen Elisabeth. roses and

non Mrs. Peavy received her guests snapdragons.Floor hostesses were Mrs. Pea sd CONSOLE TV
m an afternoon dress of Ice blue ,,', granddaughters Miss Judy
Johnson and Miss Connie Wilson
with a white orchid corsage. r '\' \
Mrs Inn Billiard kept the of Palatka. .1t....'
guest book. Miss Charlene Collins About seventy-five guest called ...
granddaughter of Mrs. during the afternoon
of Tampa d \ {(-
Peary was In charge: of the gift U. 1I
.
room Circle ReportsOn
. The living room was decorate
with floor baskets of white shuts Fund Raising I\
daisies and fern. The mantel held Monday night at the Elks Lodge '
..n arrangement of pink gladioli the Anna-Miller Circle met at -
end white mums. eight p.m. with Mrs.. Carl Moore I I
The focal point... the tea presiding. Members Joined In the FREEZERS- Chat & Upright .,_ 'J
table whclh was draped with whitenet Salute to the Flag and Mrs. David Miss Lynda Ward daachler ., Mr. and )Ira. A. W. Ward ef ---
and organdy overlaid cloth.with a The white table Imported I Invocation.Eggleston. Chaplain> gave the Rate Fear iehnied wedding vw with Jerry" Baxter, aon ef .

I arrangement of Peace Mr. and Mr*, i. C faster .n Friday Jane eleventh! at seven
held an William
Mrs Laughlnghouse -t4 Modal. M7S9AWD
and Lady Elgin roses and white reported on the luncheon servedon thirty \* the evening la the k ote .f the rWe'. parent Th* ;
net pouffs.The three-tiered birthday May 2.. to the Florida Crown Rev. T. E. Cackles performed taw ewemmiy.Mac TVs Black A Witt and Color
cake was frosted In white and Chamber of Commerce meeting. .*Ha leave* and baskets .( white U4t.ll. enhaacrd by the
trimmed with pink roses and clr- This Is the circle's chief way of oft .1.. *f the candlelight fonned the ,.rktr. .*nd for th. welding.Mb .
tireS with smilax. ribbon stream .raising money for their gifts to the R.. faster staler .f the ...*... WM maid .f Kn.r and
TI and bows. Silver trays of Harry-Anna Crippled Children's wr a street length dries .( kin. lace and a .. carnation. '01'ta 4'
dainties were served. Home In Umatilla. ,..
Cutting and serving cake were sirs, -irma Jonruon was reinstated -
. Rusty Green was bee man fr th. ir* m.Th .
as an active member and bride wore a street length wait dress ef whipped ,.......'
Dahers) To Celebrate welcomed. Increasing membership with three-smarter length sleeves. Tb. neck and alreve wee ae.
was suggested as a project for the
olden; Anniversary year. Any Elks' wife Is eligible to rented with edge *f lae. 8ke wr an rthM: eenac
Mr and Mrs. TsUle L basher join. Roll call will be Initiated In F4l..wlng the wedding a reeeptloa was held. In the here Mr*.
c will celebrate their golden wedding the future at every meeting. WliuUn Warner and Mr. t.ty Green assisted In erv1iig.
anniversary Sunday, July 4. Plans were discussed to form a Bath the kid* and gees attended Bawaanee lit,h Rch.land d
with an open house from 1.30: motorcade. and visit the Crippled will make their base In Live Oak.Beachvillc. ir
'd
_ until 1:30: pm. at their home at Children's Home In the fall. This '
1401 White Street will be announced later so that
Hosts for the occasion will be, any Elka and wives who wish to go 1 VI
the couple's children. Mrs. Louise' may mate arrangements.The .
Blume. Mrs. Doris' Mcdveen 01' Finance Committee reported ,
Pjrry. Orvtlee Dasher and Mrs. !that members are again selling We were glad to have good attendance i potnlmrnt with the MlkesrUle
e Oftlla 8leg of Jacksonville. T L silver for a money-making project. at Sunday School Sunday Advent Christian Church Sunday! '
Dasher and Mrs Ira Mae Boggus Chairman Mrs. James Caveat win but we missed a few of our Rev M. A. TIdwell was guest iii
of Live Oak. Waldo Dasher Of be assisted by Mrs. W. H. Lau- regular attendants. : speaker In the Advent Christian
Palatka. and Mrs. Wjlena ColliN ghlngnouse and Mrs. Jessie Land. Rev and Mrs. M. A.Tldwell and Church In Tampa Sunday, Mrs I
of Ocala. Improvement Committee suggested children. Philip and Shawn of' Tldwell and children went with
The Dashers were married July having a sign made to display Richmond. Va and Al/e and him.Mr. AUTOMATIC DRYERS
4. 111$ In MeAlpln na, and have when the circle Is catering Mrs. Drlbrrt TldwtU and d.usb- and Mrs. Earl Odom and
21 grantfehUdrvn and gnat a banquet or luncheon so that ter. Sharon ef Jacksonville are children staled hr 1noLh.... Mrs.
grandchildren. They have nude guests will understand where the vutuns their ararMfperents Mr. Mary ,..... In Jacksonville Sun- You never 'have to defrost '
and Mrs. M. M. Ttdweil.Mr "
their home In Suwannee County circles project money goes. day.John \t r
_ for 40 years moving to Live Oak Mrs.Joe Davis won the drawing. and Mrs. O. L. Carter of Bwail, who has been vise AND ONLY 28" WIDE MOBILE MAID DUWASHOtS
seven years' ago Members then adjourned to the Jacksonville are visiting relatives! lung Mr. and Mrs. Willie peach
Friend and relatives! are Invited Ballroom for a social hour Mrs. here a few cia,.. returned to his home In Cocoa last
to attend. Niels frown was hostess and Mrs. W H. Tldwtl and her -eek.
daughter. Mrs. Otto Tvwnsend. of Some farmers are busy gatherIng h
Lake City were business visitorsIn melons and others ar. gathering .
Gainesville last Monday tobacco. Borne will not dart
Rev Marvin Odom filled his ap. until nest week.
I Rev. F, K. Day will be here Sun
served punch and ease to the day, July 4. Com. and worship
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lir News From Brad foralBy With Cindy Cindy Birthday Ware Ware daughter Honored Party of Mr. BranfordPersonals ,1DJilD modeling limits.In the arts still-and held craft the Interest class: clay of


and Mrs. W. S. Ware of Branford, the group last week and ended
Tuesday. Those hardened
MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH celebrated her eighth birthday : making
/i clay objects allowed to paint
______________________ ___ __ _________________.______________________ Thursday with a party at her them: and take were them home. Paper
home.A Mr and Mrs. Israel McCall
Ij i Miss Bass Weds<<) Ensign Sanford In Military Miss Sandlin Weds "Pink Elephant" theme was have returned home after a two mache Wednesday began: with at a the large Bee Indepen-Center

:: L' Wedding In Jacksonville) June Twentieth Charles Norman Frame The used in birthday decorating cake for was the shaped party. weeks visiting vacation their In son-in-law New York City and dence Day bulletin board display:

1 r Miss Frances Clarice Bass of Jacksonville daughter in to be made Friday:
I Saturday night June Twenty- like an elephant frosted pink daughter, Mr and Mrs. James D.
'; of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Bass of Branford, and Ensign Sixth Miss Edna Victoria Sand- and sprinkled with white coconut.A Harris

r" Terriell Sanford of the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, lin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs candy tree decorated with toot- Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and chil and Twelve walking completed phase of the the etiquette posture

eon of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. H. Sanford of Marietta, Ga., were Marvin Sandlin, and Charles Nor- ale rolls and assorted hard candleswas dren. Mrs. Lois P. Wll lama. Mrs. class: last week with table manners
united in marriage in the protestant chapel of the Naval man Frame, son of L. W. Frame center of attraction at the Minnie L. Phllpot, all of Branford and setting being stressed this
Air Station In Jacksonville on and the late Lorene Frame of party. and C. D. Williams of Newberry r week.
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June twentieth at four o'clock in gown of peau de sole with a fitted Jacksonville, were united In marriage Games were played and a prize spent Sunday In Jacksonville visiting ,
the afternoon, with Robert W. bodice and a bell skirt. The lan- In the First Baptist'Churchof I awarded to Charles Ed Hatch. Re- Mr. and Mrs. R. W Sher- A total of 165 attended the
I! Radcliffe Chaplain USN, eth el- tern sleeves were elbow length Branford with the Rev. Allen freshments of strawberry punch wood and family. IhEGNlY) MAJOR LEA6UER dance last Friday: at the Center;
served.
ating. and the skirt and bodice were en- Price officiating. and birthday cake was Oena Mrs. T S. Lowry of Fort Lau- WHO PIAYEO MANAGED, music by The Saints The Avante'a
Quests
The altar was flanked by silver hanced with lace medallions re- Palms baskets of pink, and attending Ann were Griffin, derdale 1 11 spending several days SCOUTEDwd UMPIRED Band la tentatively scheduled fora
and Patsy Blggert,
urns of white roses and mums and embroidered with seed pearls and white gladioli and mums, two Martha Sue Humphries Sarah as guest of Mr, and Mrs. T. D. By BOB 8TJDTKCEORGB dance here Saturday but plans

altar vases held red and white crystal. The full length train was large candelabras bearing pink Johnson of Live Oak. Kim and Minter MORIARTT Is the aren't definite.In .
attached to cummerbund at the and white candles formed the Mrs. Wilson Cason and family
a '
roses. Laura Purser of Lake City. Charles only Individual to hold that dis
The traditional wedding music waist Her shoulder length veil scene for the candlelight cere- Ed Hatch Terry Griffith, and I of Clearwater Is spending this Unction. He played third base the square tournament last
was played by the organist Miss of illusion was attached to a crown mony. The church was also decorated )- Keith Carver week visiting Mr and Mrs. Howard for tout" clubs from 1903 to Friday: first second third and
Betty Cauley of Jacksonville sang of seed pearls. The bride carrieda with pink and white cala- Mrs. Ware was assisted by I Cheney and other relatives. 116, batting .231. He umpired fourth place honors were taken by
"Ah Sweet Mystery Of Love" and nosegay of white orchids and dlums. Kathy Griffith and Sheryl Hern- I Misses Pat Parker and Peggy from 117 to 1828. George then Pam Jenkins Gary Strickland.
"The Lords Prayer". feathered carnations with ribbon Mrs. Robert. Fletcher: organist. don. ; Ware spent last week visiting Mr managed the Detroit Tigers In Carolyn Poole and Richard Sullivan.
Bass sister of the streamers.The played: the traditional wedding and Mrs. Hobart Powell and fam- 1937-28. flubbing fourth and .
Miss June music and Mrs. Monroe Alexander ily In Jonesborough, Tenn. sixth. He returned! to umpiring\ A new court has been laid out
maid of honor, wore a mother of the bride wore a
bride and Bridal Shower Honors Mr, and Mrs. Charles Williams until 1MO. He later Became a
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dress of pale pink peau de sole pink crepe dress with white accessories of Gainesville sang "Because". 0 scout on the cement patio for a hopscotch -
with a fitted empire bodice and and a pink orchid cor- Promise Me", and "The WeddlnlPrayer" Mrs. Larry Jonas and son and Miss Hilda Jones tourney; at 9:30: this Friday.
spent<<: the week end at Jacksonville Wet ky Bag It-tens haters
I an A line skirt accented with Am- The home of Mrs. W E. SmithIn
sage.The Attending the bride as maid ol Beach and were Sunday guests of Sixteen have completed the
erican Beauty ribbon. She wore bridegroom's mother wore a Branford was the setting Friday -
I honor was Miss Cristlne Corbin. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sherwood and first class at the pool
white accessories and carried a beige linen dress with beige ac- night for a bridal mo..rrbonorlnl beginners
Her gown was a light pink sheath, family in Jacksonville.Mr with 30 more taking lessons this
bouquet of American Beauty roses. cssorles and a white orchid cor- Mrs Larry Jonas recent
Miss Inez Bass, sister of the sage. she wore a white mantilla and bride. and Mrs. Hugh Hurst and Words of the VUeIf week. A class for 13-14-13 year
carried bouquet of pink gladioli son Charles Hugh of Mt. Washington for olds 8 In pre-quallfl-
a sees begins July
I bride, Miss Sharon McDonald and Following the ceremony a reception The home was attractively decorated any man
and white mums Ky.: an visiting relatives let him forget cat on training for Junior life sav.Ing. .
Miss Judy Duvall niece of the held in the commissioned with seasonal flowers. The greatness,
bridesmaids. Their was Miss Sarah Nell Owens bridesmaid refreshment table was covered and friends in Branford this week. greatness and uk for trots .Classes will be held from nine
groom were officers club at the USN
gowns were! of candy Dink peau Air Station. wore a melon pink chiffon with a white linen cloth. Dip, Mr. and Mrs. Chip Kewlck of and J&e wm Cnd both.worNS. until eleven every morning. An-
fittedempire"bodices-and dress and a white mantilla. She chips cake, and punch was served Detroit, Mich. were guests of Mr. Maan) other beginners class for childrenage
de sole
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Mrs O. H. Munch of Branfordcut and Mrs. O. Griffith and
R. family -
A line skirts accented with Am- also carried pink gladioli and to the thirty. Nab present. six thru 13 will begin July 13.
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and served the cake and Miss last week.
erican Beauty ribbon streamers. white mums. Hostesses for the occasion were Plans are underway for swimming -
Pat Vinlng of Orlando poured Mr. and Mrs Glen Murray: attended -
They wore white accessories and Barbara Sandlin. sister of the Mrs. Norman Sanchez Mrs classes for adults and preschool -
carried bouquets of American punch. bride was flower girl the wore a rell Suggs. Mrs. Frank Mr. Murray's class reunionIn age children with date to
Beauty roses to match streamerson The bride attended Branford pink dress with white shoes and Mrs. Nellie Jamenon. Mrs.Luth-I Lake City: Saturday. : night. be announced later.
their dresses. High School and received a BS In Headpiece and carried pink flow land Sandlin, and Mrs. No.1 Anyone Interested in taking

Cheryl Bass, sister of the bride, elementary education from Berry recent bride received many; lovely: Wes Lest senior life saving lessons should
was flower girl and Johnny Duvall College, Mt Berry, Qa. and made ers.Michael Castello served as best gifts. James Joshua RobinsonMr. Dedge Dart I. contact LeNeUe Phillips at the
'nephew of the groom, was the Dean's List her Junior and man. Ushers were Alfred Dorsett, and Mrs. James Robinson Robert. Hardware I 1 pool or Rue Center.
senior of the and Charles of Branford announce the birthof Masenle 1 SS'wannee
ring bearer. years. cousin bride Ledg The diving board has been installed -
Joseph Hr Sanford, father of The bridegroom attended Marietta Sandlin. brother of the bride. New Topping a son Thursday June 17, In the Valley Cat I I at the pool.
the groom served as best man. High School. Marietta, da. The bride was liven in marriage Different topping for baked potatoes Lake Shore hospital Late City.:
Ushers were Ensign John Ahl. Lt. and received a BA In business by: her father and wore a white : Cut a cross In the center I The baby: weighed eight pounds Older boys are playing: baseball Swimming classes are being held
Frank Bllleter, Lt. Hance Bruce, From Berry College and received embroidered floor length silk organza of each potato and insert some and fifteen ounces and has been with six games played this season at the Douglass Pool also with
and Lt .Frank Russell. Swords- its commission in the Navy in with a white net shoulder minced smoked sausage mixed I named James Joshua Robinson. with McAlpin and White Springs. new ones beginning every Mon-
men were Lt. Allen Ruth Ensign New Port. R. I. length veil attached to two white with corsely: grated Cheddar I They have lost two of all games day.: Lessons are given from Dine
Charles McDanlel Ensign Gary Following a wedding trip to the roses. She carried a bouquet of cheese. All licenses and permits Issuedby stayed: both to McAlpin. and beat until eleven each morning with
1toepp, nd Lt. Tom Sanflner. Bahama Islands they will be at pink and white carnations.Mrs. the Game and Fresh Water White Springs once and McAlpin registration at the pool Classes
The bride was given In marriage home at 5539. 101 Street. Jack- Sandlin wore for her Mr. Frame is associated with Blue FUh Commission expire on June three times. The McAlpin team for act 0-13 1s 80 cents and 13 up
by her father. sonville where Ensign Sanford Is daughter's wedding a light pink Cross-Blue Shield. 30 of each year. made up of boy outside the city U $U8.

She selected for her wedding a stationed. brocade taffeta. .dress. with matchIng -
shoe and big ana curled Easter .. .. :3 .
The Board unanimously: adoptedthe checked: the punch list and cer-
white carnations PUBLIC It was moved by: I. A. Collins following resolution to Senator tines It to be completed. TJ e
BOARD OF .
Following the ceremony a reception MINUTES, I and seconded by: T. R. Barnett Houston Roberta and Representative Board hat releases from an syb-
was held in the church INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE that credit be given for private Leon McDonald. contractors: and contractor. Further -
annex. Mrs. T L. Dorsett. Mrs. COUNTY. FLORIDA music lessons and recorded on RESOLUTION that the Board authorial

.... e Roy Kelly and Mrs. Mervin Dur- Live Oak. Florida schools records said credits to be WHEREAS by: special: act of the final payment of this project.
den served the cake and presided May: n, 191111 In addition to credits required for Legislature the members of the subject to the release of ..u.nDH -
over the punch bowl. Miss Margaret graduation. Motion carried.A Board of County Commlsiioners& Block Co. Motion carried.
1 Kelly: kept the bride's book. The Board met to regular session I motion was made by V. V have been given IIS.00 per month Mated by T. R. Bamett and
truck for buck The bride graduated with the on the above date with the Brtm and seconded by L. H. OlD expense In addition to their regular seconded by L. H. OlD that the
more of I
your Branford High School Class following members preeint L. M. to grant permission to the Live salary andWHEftEA8 ; Board accent chance order In
1999 and the groom attended Lee Crews Jr.. Chairman. V. V. Brim I Oak Recreation Board to clear a the members of Pine View High School Projectto

j. TOWN AND COUNTRYMOTORS Ugh School in Jacksonville.Following to. T. R. Barnett E. A. Collins and recreation area at Douglass High the Board of Public Instruction Include T. V, wiring to I outlets -
Key
a wedding trip : L. II. Gill. School for the purpose of establishing have many extra expenses and Motion carried.
INC. West and other points of Interest Chairman Crews called the a baseball diamond there duties connected: with their office Moved. by T. R Bamett.: tec
In South Florida they: will make meeting to order at 10.00 AM- The motion carried. such as checking school bus route ended by E. A. Collins to accept
U.S. 129 North Live Oak, Fla. their home In Jacksonville where and the minutes of the May; 4 It was moved by: V. V. Brim and looking for school bus driven vU- resignation of Harry 7, Reid Jr.

meeting were read and approved.The seconded by: L. II. GUI to refuse lUna various schools meeting and Motion carried.
Board discussed bus blda, permission to the Saints to use visiting schools with various com Moved by V. V. Brim secondedby
but no action was taken at this the auditorium for practice, since: mittees. P. T. A. meetings In various T R. Bamett. that we request
time. this is not a school function and schools many: school activities survey of Plant Maintenance.
A motion .was made by: Mr. refer them to the County: Commissioners at which a Board member la Motion carried.
Barnett and seconded by Mr. Collar for use of'fie Coliseum. expected to be present as well at Mr Kenneth Wood. Chairman
REVIVAL SERVICES that the principals recom- Motion carried. the many special meetings of the ef Salary Committee SCIA. came
mendation of Mr. Kent Taylor A motion was made by T. R. Board all of these depose of before the Board with psoposed
for music teacher be approved Barnett and seconded by E. A. travel and time away. from a criteria for salary schedule and
The motion was carried. I Collins and the motion was member's personal business must dlaeusM dlt. The Board agreed to
It was moved by Mr Bamett passed to grant leave as follows: be born by the salary of the member study the proposal and take action -
and seconded by Mr. Gill that Temporary Duty Elsewhere: : It funds are available.
Marilyn Williams be granted a Julia Owen Btarke. May II THERKFORE. BK IT RE8OLV.: Moved by V V Brim secondedby
JULY 5-9 leave of absence for the school Shirley Jackson Stacks, ED THAT THE BOARD OF PUBLIC T., R. Barnett. that Board advertise -
term 19 54 and that request for May 14 INSTRUCTION IN SPECIAL Musi Conservatory Building -
ro b leave for Tom Dobbins and Amelia Bill Jameraon Stacks Mar: SESSION RESPECTFULLY: REQUEST for sale. Motion carried.
"'" .;<. Dobbins be denied because there 14AUrne I : ; The following leave and duty
I. no opening for him In the system Ford =- Dane Group I THAT you pass a special a.cto elsewhere was approved by the
for the 1965-44 term.. Motion to Lake City: May 14 set the expense of each: member Board:
was carried.A Annual Leaves I of the Board of Public Instructionat Annual leave!
7:30 P. M. NIGHTLY motion was made by: E. A. John Cad*,. beginning JUM I the same figure as that set for Gloria Wood. June 24 through
Collins and seconded! by T. R. 21 through July: J, its (10 I the Board of County Commission- July 3
? Barnett that Robert W. Peary be days era eg.. ITS.00 per month: Fred OodboM. June 21 through
granted I days leave without pay Personal Lean: BC: IT FURTHER RESOLVED: Jury T
on June *, 10 and It. Motion Barbara Minter Wednesday that the Board of Public Instruction John Summers. June 31 through
carried. : Thursday and Friday express appreciation to each Julys
A motion was mad by T. R. May 19-31. INS of you for your fairness to all afflcials Harry Grant June 22 through
Barnett. seconded by: E, A. Colllna I There being no further business, and constituents and for Jute 10
and passed that the following the meeting adjourned. your untiring efforts In behalf of Louis Berry June II through
i school calendar be adopted. Henry S[. Polices education and county Improve- July 3 (U days)
SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR Supt. and Secretary menuThis Cecil Duns June !' through
w SCHOOL YEAR 165-64 Board of PubJK InstroctlonL resolution unanlmoualy\ June 30

August 16. INS: District TEA If. Crews Jr.. Chairman adopted In Special Session this Shelby Moon July 1. 3. and I
meeting In Lake City Board of Public Instruction the 30th day: of ...,. 1965. through It
August IT-n. 1965: Preplanning There being no further busier Harold Bmkm. June 14 through
Live Oak. Florida the Board adjourned. June 3*
August 19-20. INSt County May 20. INS Henry M. Palace. Thomas. Dorartt Jr, June 14
meetings I The Board met on the above Supt. and Secretary through June 30
( August 30. 1965: First day of date In special station called by Board of Public InstrarUonU James L Bevel June IS. 31 andDuty
classes I Chairman Crews with the following M. Crews Jr. Chairman n
September 1. INS: Labor Day members present: U .... CrewsJr. Board of Puboe Instruction: Elsewhere1:
(no classes* : .. Chairman, V V Brim Thonls Porter. Shepherd and LeveraJamenon.
October 21 and 22. 196ft: Fair I R. Bamett. L. H. GUI. and E. A. Live Oak. Florida Jane S to Junior
Days Colttna. Jane .. INS Olympic n JackssnvlDeKatherjm
November B-2'. INS: Thanksgiving I Chairman Crews railed the The Suwannee County Board of Flood and Madeira
Holidays meeting to order at I:00 PJf. Public Instruction met on June I.1NS Baueom. Senior Trip May 11
December IT. 1965 LaB day: of It was moved by T. V. Brim Those preeent were: U M. thrown 21
classes before Christmas Holidays I and seconded by T R. Barnett Crews Jr. Chairman V. V. Brim. Margaret finery: LaPnAret
Rev. Ronald Todd Rev. W. E. Askew I that the Board authorise Mr.T J. L. H GIB. Tbonla Barnett and E. Ovens and Vatua Warren.
1 December 30-31, INS: Christmas Oelger. Principal at MeAlpla A. OomDl. May 31 for class trip
PASTOR EVANGELIST Holidays School to pay "''n. Sarah Park DrreUonat was stern by I. HOOL tAYftM Porter. Vincent "Jaw
Bible Baptist Church Pastor Arlington Height; January 3. 1944: Resume classes er, Lunchroom Worker back: pay: \ Minutes of May U and M and Lewis Teeter June 14
Baptist ChurchJacksonville In the amount of 134.74. If the were read and approved' as read. through U. Stale PTA COD-
i i Floridar January 20. 1944: End of drat lunchroom account has the sufficient Moved br V V. Brim secondedby venthnCterawa
semester funds left after paytvg an I_ H. Gin to chance wresting Gallia and JamesWatson.
r January 21. 1*: Planning day bills or a this amount U not left back to '00 o'clock. Motion car June through ff
for teachers (no classes" ) ta the lunchroom funds to pay ried. State KFA CDaventkm
I January 24. UN: Begin second her the amount that la Ml in the Moved' by T L Barnett and Everett WlXBamsoa. Jane It
L.- BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH semester fund. Motion carried. seconded by X. A ObOtM. after and 11. Prmdpan Oonfrrenes
April -ll. 1944: Easter HoU- A motion was made by V V.Brtm fun dUcuaatoa ef re-sorts for delay: William R. ,,",, June 1
days and seoonded by L. H. GIB. to coMtraeUon of Dovgla-.: High through 11. lUdtotogfeal
; Comer Eva and Bryaon Streets May 31.1944: Last day ef elaisee that the proposition of R. B. Oar School Gym due to extreme weather I School
: end of ISO class days Construction Company to provide eondttion. and delay to delivery There.... _e further buamesc
UVE OAK. FLORIDA $ II June 11. INS ....p1anIW\I a transformer vault and necessary of steel the Board weed to the meeUnf adjoraed.Supt .
Holidays: U electrical west at Pine View extend time of completion to I Beery u. ......
Labor Day I School at the cost of U31JI be January hub IMS, at which time aa/'Sentsry
WELCOME AWAITS YOU Fair Day: _, > approved' the same to be added to the Board accepted the Oym .*. I Board ef Public SastnedoaU
I CORDIAL Thanksgiving 3Chrtetmas the original contract. The motion )ect to completion of punch Bdon M.. Crrrs Jr. Chatrmsa
", _10 was carried that date. The archUct Ira Board ef Public IaItrwcUcaw

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l .f S News.anford With Cindy Birthday Ware Honored Party Branford limits.In the arts-and craft class clay i

j interest of
Cindy Ware, daughter of Mr. .mmzm modeling still held the
and Mr. W. S. Ware of Branford PersonalsMr. the group last week and ended

u ; By MRS. SHIRLEY w HATCH celebrated her eighth birthday Tuesday. Those making hardened
clay allowed to paint
objects were
Thursday with a party at her
F home.A them and take them home. Paper
1 Sanford In Miss Sandlin Weds "Pink theme and Mrs. Israel McCall mache began at the Reo Center
1'J.|! Miss Bass Weds Ensign Military Elephant" was have returned home after a two Wednesday; with a large Indepen-

|. Wedding In Jacksonville June Twentieth Charles Norman Frame The used In birthday decorating cake for was the shaped party. weeks vacation In New York City dence Day bulletin board display

Miss Frances Clarice Bass of Jacksonville daughter visiting their son-in-law and to be made Friday.
l' Saturday night, June Twenty like an elephant, frosted in pink daughter Mr. and Mrs. James D.
; of Mr. and Arthur R. Bass of Branford and Ensign
Mrs Sixth. Miss Edna Victoria Sand and sprinkled with white coconut. Harris.
I Terriell Sanford of the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, tin, daughter of Mr. and Mr. A candy tree decorated with toot- Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and children and Twelve walking completed phase of the the etiquette posture
1 of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sanford of Marietta Ga. ale rolls and assorted hard candles
I son were Marvin Sandlin, and Charles Nor- Mrs. Lois P. Williams Mrs. class last week with table manners
united in marriage in the protestant chapel of the Naval) man Frame son of L. W. Frame was center of attraction at the Minnie L. Philpot, all of Branford, and setting being stressed this
Air Station In Jacksonville on I and the late Lorene Frame of party. and C. D. Williams of Newberry week.
June twentieth at four o'clock In gown of peau de sole with a fitted Jacksonville were united In mar- Games were played and a prize spent Sunday In Jacksonville visiting
the afternoon, with Robert W. bodice and a bell skirt. The lan : riage in the First Baptist'Churchof awarded to Charles Ed Hatch Re- Mr and Mri. R. W Sher- A total of ItS attended the
Radcliffe Chaplain USN, officiating tern sleeves were elbow length Branford with the Rev. Allen freshments of strawberry punch wood and family. ,..ONLY MAJOR LEA6UER dance last Friday at the Center:
and cake served
and the skirt and bodice were en- Price officiating Guests birthday attending was were Oena Mrs. T. S. Lowry of Fort Lauderdale WHO PLAYED MANAGED, music by The Salnta. The Avante's I
The altar was flanked by silver hanced with lace medallions re- Palms baskets of pink and Ann Griffin is spending/ several daysas SCOUTEDand UMPIRED Band Is tentatively scheduled for
and Patsy Blggert ,
urns of white roses and mums and embroidered with seed pearls and white gladioli and mums two Martha Sue Humphries Sarah guest of Mr and Mn. T. D. BOB 8UUI& a dance here Saturday but plans j,
By
altar vases held red and white crystal. The full length train was large candelabras bearing pink Minter aren't definite.In .
Johnson of Live Oak Kim and GEORGE MORURTT 1s the
roses. attached to a cummerbund at the and white candles formed the Mrs. Wilson C son and family
Laura Individual to bold that distinction.
Purser of Lake City, CharlesEd only -
The traditional wedding music waist. Her shoulder length veil scene for the candlelight cere- Hatch, Terry Griffith and of Clearwater is spending this : H. played third baM the square tournament last
was played by the organist. Miss of illusion was attached to a crown mony. The church was also deco- Keith Carver. week visiting Mr. and Mrs. How- for four club from 1903 to Friday first second third and
Betty Cauley of Jacksonville sang of seed pearls The bride carrieda rated with pink and white cala- Mrs Ware was assisted by ard Cheney and other relatives. 11114. batting '=L He umpired fourth place honors were taken by
"Ah Sweet Mystery Of Love" and nosegay of white orchids and dlums. Kathy Griffith and Sheryl Hern- Misses Pat Parker and Peggy from 1917 to 1926. George then Pam Jenkins Gary Strickland
"The Lords Prayer". feathered carnations with ribbon Mrs. Robert Fletcher organist, don. I Ware spent last week visiting Mr. managed the Detroit Tigers In Carolyn Poole and Richard Sul
and Mrs Hobart Powell and family 1927-28. fourth and
finishing
.
streamers.The
Miss June Bass, sister of the played the traditional wedding livan.
bride and maid of honor wore a mother of the bride wore a music and Mrs. Monroe Alexander In Jonesborough. Tenn. sixth. H* returned to umpiring A new court ha been laid out
Bridal Shower Honors until 1940. Ha later became
and Mrs. Charles Williams : a
of Gainesville "Because", "0 Mr on the cement patio for a hop
dress of pale pink peau de sole pink crepe dress with white accessories sang scout.
with a fitted empire bodice and and a pink orchid cor- Promise Me", and "The WeddlnlPrayer" Mrs. Larry Jonas and son' and Miss Hilda Jones scotch tourney at 9-30: this Friday,
I spent the week end at Jacksonville DM, ky BBC Feetnw l,.dlMte
an A line skirt accented with Am- The home of Mrs W. E. SmithIn ;
sage.The Attending the bride as maid of Beach and were Sunday guests of Sixteen have completed the
erican Beauty ribbon. She wore bridegroom's mother wore a Branford was the setting Fri
white accessories and carried a beige linen dress with beige ac- honor was Miss Crtstlne Corbin. day night for a bridal shower Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sherwood and first beginners class at the pool,

bouquet of American Beauty roses cssorles and a white orchid cor- Her gown was a light pink sheath, honoring Mrs. Larry Jonas, recent family in Jacksonville.Mr with 30 more taking lessons this
Miss Inez Bass, sister of the she wore a white mantilla and bride. and Mrs. Hugh Hurst and Words of the Wise week A class for 13-14-15 year

bride Miss Sharon McDonald, and sage.Following the ceremony a reception carried a bouquet of pink gladiola The home was attractively decorated son Charles Hugh of Mt. Washington If Il1'maD seeks torI'tab.ulr olds begin July 5 In prequallflcatlon -
and white mums. Ky.. are visiting relativesand let Urn forget training for Junior life say-
Miss Judy Duvall. niece of the was held in the commis- with seasonal flowers. The .
groom. were bridesmaids. Their sioned officers club at the USN Miss Sarah Nell Owens bridesmaid refreshment table was covered friends in Branford this week. rreatnes and Mk- ror- truta- Ing. Classes will be held from nine
gowns were of candy pink peau Air Station. wore a melon pink chiffon with a white linen cloth. Dip. Mr. and Mrs. Chip Kewlck of ?nand wm tend both until eleven every morning. Another
de sole, fitted empire bodices and dress and a white mantilla. She chips, cake and punch was servedto Detroit Mich. were guests of Mr. -(Bone Ksa) beginner clau tor children
Mrs. O. H. Munch of Branfordcut and Mrs. O. Griffith and family -
R.
A line skirts accented with American also carried pink gladioli and the thirty guests present. age six thru 12 will begin July 12.
served the cake and Miss
and
last week.
white mums. Plana are underway for swimming -
streamers.
Beauty ribbon Hostesses for the occasion were
They wore white.. accessories andcarried : Pat Vlnlng of Orlando poured Barbara Sandlin. sister of the Mrs. Norman Sanchez Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Murray attended classes for adults and preschool -

bouquets of American punch. bride, was flower girl, she wore a rell BURKS, Mrs. Frank Mr. Murray's class reunionIn age children with date to
Beauty roses to match streamerson The bride attended Branford pink dress with white shoe and Mr*. Nellie Jamerson Mr.Luth-I Late City Saturday night. be announced later
.
High School and received a BS In and carried flow- No.1
their dresses headpiece pink land Sandlin, and Mrs. Anyone interested In taking
Cheryl Bass, sister of the bride, elementary education from Berry recent bride received many lovely Wen Last senior life saving lesson should
was flower girl and Johnny Du- College, Mt. Berry Oat and made ers.Michael Castello served as best gifts James Joshua Robinson ..*.. Dart I 1 contact LeNelle Phillip at the
vall, nephew of the groom, was the Dean's List her junior and man. Ushers were Alfred Dorsett I Mr and Mrs. James Robinson Robert Hardware > 1 pool or Ree Center.
ring bearer. senior years. cousin of the bride and Charles of Branford announce the birth Masonic Ledge 1 tSewanaee The diving board baa been Installed
Joseph H. Sanford, father of The bridegroom attended Marietta Sandlin brother of the bride. New ToppingDifferent of a son Thursday, June 17. In the Valley Coop I SOlder at the pool.
the groom served as best man. High School Marietta Ga., The bride.... liven In marriage topping for baked potatoes Lake Shore Hospital Lake City.
Ushers were Ensign John AM, Lt. and received a BA In business by her father and wore a white : Cut a cross in the centerof The baby weighed eight pounds boys we playing\ baseball Swimming classes are being held
Frank Bllleter, Lt. Hance Bruce from Berry College and receivedhis embroidered floor length silk or- each potato and Insert some and fifteen ounces and has been with six games played: this season at the Douglass Pool also with
and Lt .Frank Russell. Swords- commission in the Navy In ganza with a white net shoulder minced smoked sausage mixed named James Joshua Robinson. with MeAlpln and WhIte Springs. new one beginning every Monday
men were Lt. Allen Ruth Ensign New Port R. I. length veil attached to two white with corsely grated Cheddar They have lost two of sis tames Lesson are liven from Dine
Charles McDanlel. Ensign Gary Following a wedding trip to the roses. She carried a bouquet of cheese. All licenses and permits Issued played. both to MeAlpln. and beat until eleven each morning with
Koepp....nd Lt. Tom Sanflner. Bahama Islands they will be at pink and white carnations by the Game and Fresh Water White Springs once and McAlpin registration at the pooL Classes
The bride was given In marriageby home> at SS39, 101 Street, Jacksonville Mrs Sandlln wore for her Mr. Frame Is associated with Blue Fish Commission expire on June three times. The McAlpin team 1* for ace 6-13 I* (0 cent and 13 up
her father. where Ensign Sanford istatloned. !, daughter' wedding a light pink Cross-Blue Shield. 30 of each year made up of boys outside the city I 11 $1.45.
She selected for her wedding a brocade taffeta dress with matchIng I

shoe and big and carried Easter -.2 The Board unanimously adoptedthe checked th* punch list and certifies

white carnations. I PUBLIC It was moved by X.: A. Collins following resolution to Senator it to be completed.. T: >
the a reception MINUTES BOARD OF
Following ceremony and seconded by T. R. Barnett Houston Roberta and Representative Board bar release from an syb-
held in the church
was INSTRUCTION. SUWANNEE that credit be given for private Leon McDonald. contractor and contractor. Further
annex. Mr. T. L. Dorsett Mr*. COUNTY, FLORIDA music lessons and recorded on RESOLUTION: that the Board authorize

-. Roy Kelly and Mrs. Mervin burden Live Oak Florida schools record, said credits to be WHEREAS: by special act of the final payment: of this project
and presidedover
served the cake May 15, 1903 In addition to credits required for Legislature the members of the subject to the release of *uwan-
bowl. Miss Margaret
the punch graduation. Motion carried. Board of County Commissioner nee Block Co. Motion carried.
Kelly kept the bride' book. The Board met to regular session A motion was made by V. V. have been given 700 per month Moved by T. R. Barnett and

II more truck for your buck I Branford The bride graduated School ClaM with the of I on the above date with the Brim and seconded bY L. H. Gill expert In addition to their regu seconded by L. II. OW that the
; High attended Le following member prcesnt L. M. to grant permission to the Ltvt tar salary and; Board accept chant order in
t 1965 and the groom Crew Jr. Chairman V. V. Brim, Oak Recreation Board to cleat a WHEREAS: the member of Pin View High School Projectto
I TOWN AND COUNTRY High School In Jacksonville.to Key T R. Bamett. E. A. Collins, and recreation area at Douglass High the Board of Public Instructionhave Include T. V wiring to. 9 outlet -
wedding trip
Following a L. H. Gill.Chairman. School for the purpose of establishing many extra expenses and *. Motion carried.
MOTORS, INC. West and other points of Interest Crews called the a baseball diamond there duties connected with their office Moved by T, R. Barnett. seconded
will make
they
Florida
In South meeting to order at 10.00: A.M., The motion carried such u checking school bus routes by J:. A. Collins to accept
UJS. 129 North Uve Oak Fla. Jacksonville where
their home In and the minutes of the May 4 It was moved by V. V. Brim and looking for school bus drivers, visiting resignation of Harry T, Reid Jr
meeting were read and approved. seconded by L. H. Gill to refuse various school, meeting and Motion carded
1 The Board discussed bus bid, permission to the Saints to use visiting schools with various com Moved by V V Brim, seconded
but no action war taken at this the auditorium for practice since mittees. P. Tr A. meetings In various by T. R. Barnett. that we request
time.A this Is rot a school function, and schools many school activities survey of Plant Maintenance.
motion wa made by Mr. refer them to the County Commissioners at which a Board member Is Motion carried.
Barnett and seconded by Mr. Collins for use of' he Coliseum. expected to be present a* well a* Mr. Kenneth Wood. Chairman
REVIVAL SERVICES that the principal's recom- Motion carried. the many special meetings of the of Salary Committee 8CEA. came
mendation of Mr. Kent Taylor A motion was made by T. R. Board, all of these xrpensea of before the Board with proposed
for music teacher be approved.The Barnett and seconded by E. A. travel and time away from a criteria for salary schedule and

motion war carried. 1 I I Collins and the motion was member's personal business must dlKtua Bit Th Board agreed 10
It was moved by Mr. Barnett passed to grant leave as follows: be born by the salary of the member study the proposal and take action
and seconded by Mr. Gill that Temporary Duty Elsewhere: : If funds are available.
JULY 5-9 Marilyn Williams be granted a Julia Owen Stark I, May 14 THERTFORE. BI rr RESOLVED : Moved by V. V, Brim seconded
leave of absence for the school Shirley Jackson Starke THAT TIlE BOARD OP PUB- by T, R. Barnett. that Board advrrtls -
term 1845-68 and that request for May 14 LIC INSTRUCTION IN SPECIAL: Muiio Conservatory BuildIng -
-. q. leave for Tom Dobbin and Amelia Bill Jameraott Stark, MayAlien SESSION RESPECTFULLY REQUEST for sal*. Motion canted.Th .
...r: .V < bobbins be denied because there U : following leave and duty
I Is no opening for him In the system Ford .:- Dane Group THAT you pas a special act to elsewhere was approved by the
for the Utl-,. term. Motion to Lake City May 14 Mt the expense of each member Board:
was carried.A Annual leant of the Board of Public Instruction Annual leave:
7:30 P. M. NIGHTLY motion wa made by J:. A. John Cad- beginning June at the sam figure u that lid forth Gloria Wood. June 94 through
Collins and seconded by T. R. 21 through July 2. IHS (10 Board of County Com N&on- July 2

Barnett that Robert W. Pcavy be days) er*. eg.. I'7S.00 per month: Fred OodbcM. June 21 through
ranted 1 day leave without pay Personal Leave: BE rr FURTHER RESOLVED July T
on June 9. 10, and U. Motion Barbara Winter Wednes that the Board of Public Instruction John Summer. June 21 through
carried.A day Thursday and Friday. express appreciation' to each July J
rrh motion wa made by T. R. May 1J1.. 1965There of you for your fairness to an officials Harry Gnat JulIe 22 through
Barnett seconded by E. A. Colllna being no further business. and constituents and for Jun M
and passed that the following the meeting adjourned. your untiring efforts In behalf of Lout Berry June 13 through
school calendar be adopted. Henry M. Pobora education and county Improve July 2 (II days)
SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR Board and Secretary Cecil Dunn. June U through
SCHOOL YEAR 194S-64 of Public Instruction This resolution unanimously June JO

August 18. IMS: District PEA: U If. Crew Jr.. Chairman adopted In Special Section UUa. Shelby Moor, July 1, X and I
meeting Lake City Board of Public Instruction the lOU\ day of May. INS. through I*
August 17-37. 1943: Preplanning There being no further business Harold BMion. June 14 through
Live Oak. Florida the Board adjourned. Jane 39Thorna

August 1930. INS 1 County May 20. IMS Henry U. Palaces' U Dorortt .11''. June 14
meetings The Board met on the above Bupt. and Secretary through Jane M

August 30, INS: First day of date |n special session called by Board of Public Instruction Jane U ........ Jane 1*. 21 an4Dut7
claw Chairman Crews with the following U It. Crew Jr. Chairman 23
September 6. INS: Labor Day members present: U U. Crtws' Board of PubU Instruction Elsewhere: :
;
tzP ,(no classes) Jr.. Chairman V V. Brtm. T orals Foster Shepherd and LavernJammon. .
( October 21 and 33. 1965: Fair R. Barnett L. II. Gin and J:. A. the Oak. Florid : Jun 1 to Junior
di Day Colttns. JVM i. 196 Olympic to JackaonvlD*
November 3S-38. INS: Thanksgiving Chairman Crew called the Th 8u *nne* County Board of Kalheryn Flood and M detyaBAucom.
f Holidays meeting to order at 2:00: PM. Public Instruction net on June g.IMS. Senior Trip May IT
December 17. 19 V Last day of It was moved by V. V. Brim These present were: L U. through 21
\\I classes before Christmas Holt- and seconded by T R. Barnett. Crew Jr, Chairman. V. V. miss Margaret Grocer Lafranre

I Rev. Ronald Todd Rev. W. E AskewEVANGELIST dan that the Board authorlw Mr. T J. L. H O1B Tbonls Barnett. and J:. G""",,. and Villa Warren
J December 2031. INS Christ- Geiger Principal at McAlptn A. CoUlD& May 31 for clue trip
PASTOR ma Holiday School to pay Mr. Sarah Parker Devotional was given ky L H. Lavrn Porter. Vincent Jonas.
Bible Baptist Church Pastor Arlington heights January S, 1X4: Resume classes Lunchroom Worter, bark pay OOL Minute of Mar 11 and 20 and Lewis Tucker. Jun 14
Baptist ChurchJacksonville In the amount of 136.7' If thelunchroom were read and approved t* md. through U. But PTA Convention
Florid January 20. 194: End of tint account has th4 sufficient Moved by V. V. Brim seconded
semester funds left after paiw an by L. H. Gin to chang neetiiK CUrence Golden end James
January 31. INS: PW\n1nI4a7 bills or If this amount II not left i back to t 00 o'clock. Motion earrted. Watson .. I through t.
for teachers (no classes) In the lunchroom funds to pay 8UU IRA' Convention
January 34. 1966: Begin second her Uw amount that to left ra th* Moved by T R. Bennett and Everett WU&amson. Jun 11
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH semester fund. Motion tarred seconded by E. A. CotBM. after and la. Prinetpan Confevwe
L' April ill. INS: Carter Hott- A motion was mad by V. V. fun discussIon af reason for delay WlSiam R. Powvn. Juan 1thresmh
day Brim and seconded by I* H. OlH In constrarUon of DntglM High 11. A.Qiologks)
Corner Eva and Bryson Street May 1M4: Last day of losses that the proposition of R. B. Gay School Oym do to extrrm weather I 8cbaoI
md of 110 das day) Construction Company to provide conditions and delay to delivery .. Then being no further busm***
LIVE OAK FLORIDA 'fp June I-*. 1966 Port-planning a transformer vault and nece- c*steeL tile Board agreed to the mortln adjourned.
Holiday: 14 sari electrical work at Pin View extend uof eeopkttm to Henry M. Paten.
Labor Day 1 School at tile cost of SJ.63141 lie January tin. IMS at which time Sup and Secretary!

A. CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU Fair Day _, I APCII'Oftd.be sam to b* added to th* Board accepted the Gym subject Board of PubB: Instruction
I Thanksgiving 2 th* original contract. Th motion to completion of punch tot L M. Crew* Jr, Cnalrmoa
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''I: .i I r j News From Branford With Cindy Birthday Ware Honored Party Branford ... limit In the arts-and craft class clay

Cindy Ware, daughter of Mr. .mmm modeling still held the Interest of
) and Mr. W. S. Ware of Branford, Personals the group last week and ended
1 By MRS SHIRLEY W. HATCH celebrated her eighth birthday Tuesday.: Those making hardened
Thursday with a party: at her clay objects were allowed to paint
r home.A them and take them home. Paper

Miss Bass Weils Ensign Sanford In Military Miss Samllin Weds "Pink Elephant" theme was have Mr.returned and Mrs.home Israel after McCall a two mache began at the Reo CenterWednesday
with a large Indepen-
used In for :
decorating the
:' 1 L Wedding In Jacksonville June Twentieth I Charles Norman Frame The birthday cake was shaped party. weeks vacation in New York City: dence Day: bulletin board display:
Miss Frances Clarice Bass of Jacksonville daughter visiting their son-in-law and I to be made Friday.
like an elephant, frosted in pink
'I' night June Twenty-
Saturday ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James D.
; 1, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Bass of Branford, and Ensign Sixth Miss Edna Victoria Sand and sprinkled: with white coconut. Harris ,
of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville A candy tree decorated with toot- Twelve completed the posture
Sanford
Terriell
I' lin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and children 4 75'
i of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sanford of Marietta Ga. were Charles ale rolls and assorted hard candleswas I and walking phase of the etiquette
( son Marvin Sandllr, and Nor- Mrs. Lola P. Williams, Mrs. I, class last week with table manners
united in marriage in the protestant chapel- of the Naval man Frame, son of L. W. Frame center of attraction at the Minnie L. Phllpot, all of Branford i and setting being stressed this
Air Station In Jacksonville on I and the late Lorene Frame of party.Games. and C. D. Williams of Newberry I week.A .
June twentieth at four o'clock: In gown of peau de sole with a fitted Jacksonville, were united In marriage were played and a prize spent Sunday: in Jacksonville visiting -I 11c1OM.Y
awarded to Charles Ed Hatch. Re-
the afternoon, with Robert W. bodice and a bell skirt. The lan- in the First Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs R. W. Sher- total of 165 attended the
I Radcliffe, Chaplain USN, officiating. tern sleeves were elbow length of Branford with the Rev. Allen and freshments birthday of cake strawberry was served.punch wood and family IMJOR' + LfA6UEQ. dance last Friday at the Center;

and the skirt and bodice were en- Price officiating. Guests attending were Gena Mrs. T S. Lowry: of Fort Lauderdale WHO pwvf MANAGED music by The Saint The Avante'

The altar was flanked by silver hanced with lace medallions re- Palms, baskets of pink. and and Patsy BlBgert, Ann Griffin, is spending several days SCOUTED9Hd UMPIRED Band 1* tentatively scheduled fora
urns of white roses and mums and embroidered with seed pearls and white gladioli and mums, two Martha Sue Humphries, Sarah as guest of Mr. and Mrs. T, D. BOB 8UUVK dance here Saturday: but plans
altar vases held red and white crystal. The full length train was large candelabras bearing pink Minter By aren't definite.
Johnson of Live Oak, Kim and
GEORGE MOIUARTT I Ia the
roses. attached to a cummerbund at the and white candles formed the Mrs. Wilson Caison and family
Laura Purser of Lake City', CharlesEd only individual to hold that dis
The traditional wedding music waist. Her shoulder length veil scene for the candlelight cere- Hatch, Terry Griffith, and of Clearwater is spending this tinction. H* played third bue In the square tournament last
was played by the organist, Miss of Illusion was attached to a crown mony. The church was also deco- Keith CdrverMr week visiting Mr and Mrs Howard for four club from IMS to Friday: first, second third and
Betty Cauley of Jacksonville sang of seed pearls. The bride carrieda rated with pink and white caladiums *. Ware was assisted by Cheney: and other relatives. ale, batting .251. He umpired fourth place honor were taken by
"Ah Sweet Mystery Of Love" and nosegay of white orchids and Kathy Griffith and Sheryl Hern- Misses Pat Parker and Peggy from 1917 to 1928. George then Pam Jenkins. Gary Strickland,
"The Lords Prayer". feathered carnations with ribbon Mrs. Robert Fletcher, organist, don. Ware spent last week visiting Mr. managed the Detroit Tiger in Carolyn: Poole and Richard Sullivan -
and Mrs Hobart Powell and fam- 1927-28, finishing fourth and
Muse June Bass, sister of the streamers. played the traditional wedding .
of music and Mrs. Monroe Alexander ily in Jonecborough Tenn. sixth. He returned to umpiring A court ha been laid out
bride and maid of honor, wore a The mother the bride wore a new
Bridal Shower Honors Mr and Mrs. Charles Williamsand until 1940. H* later became a
dress of pale pink: peau de sole pink crepe dress with white accessories of Gainesville sang "Because", 0 scout on the cement patio for a hopscotch
with a fitted empire bodice and and a pink orchid cor- Promise Me", and "The WeddlnllPrayer" Mrs. Larry JonasThe son and Miss Hilda Jones tourney: at 9:30: this Friday
spent the week end at Jacksonville DM. ky Stag .. ./.tfcsl* .
an A line skirt accented with Am- home of Mrs. W E. SmithIn -
sage.The Attending the bride as maid ot Beach and were Sunday: guests of Sixteen have completed the
erican Beauty: ribbon. She wore bridegroom's mother wore a Branford wa the setting FrI-
white accessories and carried a beige linen dress with beige ac- honor was Miss Cristfne Corbin. day night for a bridal shower Mr and Mrs. R. W Sherwood and first beginner class at the pool

bouquet of American Beauty roses. cssorles! and a white orchid cor- Her gown was a light pink sheath, honoring Mrs. Larry Jonas, recent family in Jacksonville. I I'I'it with 30 more taking lesson this
Miss Inez Bass, sister of the sage. she wore a white mantilla and bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hunt and Word of the-- Wise week. A class for 13-14-13 year
carried a bouquet of pink gladioli son, Charles Hugh, of Mt. Washington soda (or olds 8 In pre-qualifl-
begin July
bride, Miss Sharon McDonald, and Following the ceremony a reception -! The home wa attractively dec any man
Miss Judy Duvall, niece of the WILl held In the commissioned and white mums. orated with seasonal flowers. The Ky., are visiting relativesand greatness, let him forget catlon training for Junior life *av.Ing. .
groom were bridesmaids. Their officers club at the USN r Miss Sarah Nell Owens, bridesmaid refreshment table was covered friends In Branford this week. freatnc** and ask for truth .Classes will be held from nine
gowns were of candy pink peau Air Station. wore a melon pink chiffon with a white linen cloth. Dip. Mr. and Mrs. Chip Kewlck of and ft* Wl3 find botU. until eleven every morning. An-
dress and a white mantilla. She Detroit. Mich were guests of Mr. -Uara6111am11 other beginner class for childrenage
bodice and and
de sole, fitted empire chips cake punch was served
Mrs. O. H. Munch of Branfordcut
and Mrs. R. O. Griffith and family -
A line skirts accented with Am- I also carried pink gladioli and to the thirty guests present. six thru 12 will begin JuI.112.
and served the cake and Miss last week. ,
erican Beauty ribbon streamers white mums. Hostesses for the occasion were Plan are underway for swimming -
Pat Vlnlng of Orlando poured Mr. and Mrs. Glen Murray attended -
Barbara Sandlin, sister of the : and
They wore white accessories and Mrs. Norman Sanchez, Mrs. Luth- classes for adult preschool -
carried bouquets of American' punch. bride, was flower girl, she wore a rep Suggs, Mrs. Frank Collins, Mr. Murray's class reunionin age children with date to
The bride attended Branford pink dress with white shoes and Lake City Saturday: night.
be announced later.
Beauty roses to match streamerson Mr*. Nellie Jamerson Mrs. Ro-
.
their dresses. High School and received a BS in headpiece and carried pink flow- land Sandlin, and Mr*. Smith. The No.1 Anyone Interested In taking

Cheryl Bass, sister of the bride, elementary education from Berry ers.Michael recent bride received many: lovely: Wen Led senior life saving lesions should
was flower girl and Johnny Du- College, Mt. Berry, Ga. and made Castello served as best gifts. James Joshua Robinson Dodge Dart I' contact: LeNelle Phillip at the
vall, nephew of the groom, was the Dean's List her junior and man. Ushers were Alfred Dorsett, Mr and Mrs. James Robinson Roberto Hardware t 1 pool or Ree Center.
ring bearer. senior years. cousin of the bride, and Charles New of Branford announce the birthof Masonic Ledge 1 3SroannM The diving board ha been Installed -
Joseph H. Sanford, father of The bridegroom attended Mari- Sandlln. brother of the bride. ToppingDifferent a IOn Thursday: June 17. In the Valley Cap 1 SOlder at the pool.
the groom, served as best man. etta High School Marietta Oa, The bride was given in marriage topping for baked potatoes Lake Shore Hospital Lake City:
Ushers were Ensign John Ahl, Lt. and received a BA in business by: her father and wore a white : Cut a cross in the centerof The baby weighed eight pounds boy are playing: baseball Swimming classes are being held
Frank Billeter, Lt. Hance .Bruce, from Berry College and received embroidered floor length silk or- each potato and insert some and fifteen ounce and has been with six game played this season at the Douglas Pool also with
and Lt .Frank Russell. Swords- his commission in the Navy in ganza with a white net shoulder minced smoked sausage mixed named James Joshua Robinson. With McAIpln: and White Spring new one beginning every Mon-
men were Lt. Allen Ruth, Ensign New Port R. I. length veil attached to two white with corsely: grated Cheddar They: have lost two of six games day.. : Lesion are given from nine
Charles McDaniel, Ensign Gary Following a wedding trip to the roses. She carried a bouquet of cheese. All licenses and permits Issuedby played' both to McAlpln. and beat until eleven each morning withregistration
I Kocpp.ftnd Lt. Tom Sanfiner, Bahama Islands they will be at pink and white carnations. the Game and Fresh Water White Springs once and McAlpin at the pooL Classesfor
The bride was given In marriageby home at 6539, 101 Street, Jack- Mr*. Sandlln wore for her At. Frame I* associated with Blue I Fish Commission expire on June three time The McAlpln! team 1* ate '-13 I* (0 cents and 13 up
her father. sonville, where Ensign Sanford is daughter' wedding a light pink Cross-Blue Shield 30 of each year made up of boy outside the city I Ia IMS.
brocade taffeta dress with matchIng -
She selected for her wedding a stationed. I

shoe and big and carried Easter .- .. .. 2 The Board unanimously adoptedthe checked the punch act and certifies -
white carnation. It was moved by: E. A. Collins following resolution to Senator It to be completed. TJie
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC
Following the ceremony a reception I
church and seconded by: T. R. Barnett Houston Robert and Representative Board ha release from an >&-
the
held in SUWANNEE
wa INSTRUCTION,
that credit be given for private Leon McDonald. contractor: and contractor. Fur-
annex. Mrs. T L. Dorsett, Mr. COUNTY, FLORIDA I music lessons and recorded on RESOLUTION: ther that the Board author!**

Roy: Kelly and the cake Mr. Mervin and presidedover Dur- Live Oak Florida schools records, said credits to be WHEREAS: by: special act of the final payment of this proJect.
served
den the punch bowl. Miss Margaret May: 15, IDS in addition to credits required for Legislature the member of the subject to the release of Strvan
book. graduation. Motion carried. Board of County Commissioner nee Block: Co. Motion carried.
e ICelly kept the bride' The Board met In regular session A motion was made by V. V. have been given $75.00 per month Moved by T. R. Bamett and
more truck for your buck Branford The bride High graduated School Class with the of on the above date with the Brim and seconded by L. H. Oil expense In addition to their regular seconded by L. If. din that the
attended Lee following members preesnt L. M. to grant permission to the Live salary and: Board accept change order In
1969 and the groom Jacksonville. Crews Jr. Chairman, V. V. Brim Oak Recreation Board to clear a WHEREAS the member of Pine View Hlh School Projectto

J TOWN AND COUNTRY High Following School a In wedding trip to Key: T, R. Barnett, E. A. Collins, andL. recreation ana at Douglass High the Board of Public Instruction Include T. V. wiring to 9 outlet -
of Interest H. Gill.Chairman. School for the purpose of establishing have many: extra expense and *. Motion carried.
MOTORS, INC. West and other points will make Crew called the a baseball diamond there. duties connected with their office Moved by T. It Barnett *ee*
they
Florida
u.s. 129 North Live Oak Fla. In their South home in Jacksonville where meeting! to order at 10:00_A.M., The motion carried.It such u checking school bus route, ended by J:. A. Collins to accept
ana the minutes 01 me Maymeeting 4 wa moved by V, V. Brim and looking for achool bus driver, visiting resignation of Harry T Reid Jr.
were read and approved. seconded by: L. H. GUI to refuse various school, meeting and Motion carried.
The Board discussed bus bids permission to the Saints to use Visiting schools with various com- Moved by V, V. Brim seconded:
but no action wa taken at this the auditorium for practice since mlttee. P. T, A. meeting In various i by T R Barnett. that we request
time.A this is not a school function and schools many school aetlvl-: surrey: of Plant Maintenance.
motion wa made by: Mr. refer them to the County Commissioners ties at which a Board member I 11 Motion carried.
Bamett and seconded by Mr. Collins for use ofyhe Coliseum. expected to be present a* weU as Mr. Kenneth Wood. Chairman
REVIVAL SERVICES that the principal's recom- Motion carried. the many special meeting of the ef Salary Committee 8CEA. came
mendation of Mr. Kent Taylorfor A motion was made by: T. R. Board, all of these exepense of before the Board with proposed
music teacher be approved. Barnett and seconded by E. A. travel and time away from aIMmbn' criteria for salary schedule and
The motion wa carried. I Colllna, and the motion was personal business must discuss dit. The Board agreed" to
It was moved by: Mr. Barnett passed to grant leave a* follow: be born by the salary of the nember study the proposal and take action
and seconded by: Mr. Gill that Temporary: Duty Elsewhere: : if fund are available.
JULY Marilyn William be granted a Julia Owen Starke May 14 THEREFORE: :, BE IT RESOLVED : Moved by V. V Brim seconded
5:9 leave of absence for the school Shirley Jackson: Stark. THAT THE: BOARD OF PUBLIC by T, R. Barnett that Board advertise -
term 1995-86 and that request for May 14 INSTRUCTION IN SPECIAL Mute Conservatory Build
leave for Tom Dobbin and Amelia Dill Jamerson Starke May SESSION: RESPECTFULLr REQUEST :- I tour for aale. Motion carried.
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Dobbins be denied because there 14Aliens : The following leave and duty
I* no opening for Mm In the system Ford =: Dance Groupto THAT you pall a special act: to elsewhere wa approved' by the
for the "&-"< term. Motion Lake City May: 14 et the expense of each member Board:
I was carried. Annual Leave; of the Board of Public Instruction Annual leave:
7:30 P. M. NIGHTLY A motion war made by: E. A. John Cade,. beginning June at the Mine figure a* that get for Gloria Wood. June 24 through
Collln and seconded by T. R. 21 through JuI.1l. 1943 (10 the Board of County Commissioner July 3
Barnett that Robert W. Pray be day) ft- $73.00 per month: Fred Oodbold. June 31 through
ranted 9 day: leave without pay Personal Leave BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: : hIF'
S 55r w on Jim 9. 10, and 11. Motion Barbara Minter Wednesday that the Board of Public Instruction John Bummer.June 21 through
+ arried. Thursday' and Friday. express appreciation to each July 3
A motion wa made by: T. R. May 19-21. IMS of you for your fairness to aD at Harry Gnat June 22 through
Barnett, seconded by E. A. Contra There being no further business tidal and constituent and for JWM 10
and passed that the following the meeting adjourned. your untiring effort tn behalf of Lout Berry, June 13 through
I school calendar be adopted. Henry: M. Polices education and county Improve July 3 (1* day)
SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR 8upU and Secretary ment. Cecil Dunn June 1< through
SCHOOL YEAR 194S-M Board of Publta tnstrttction This resolution unanimously Jon JO
4 ( August 18. INS: District PEA: L. M. Crew Jr. Chairman adopted In Special Session thia Shelby Moore, July 1. X and I
meeting In Lake City Board of PubOe Instruction the 30th day of May, 1949. through 19
I August 17-37. 1X5: Preplanning There being no further business, Harold Btaion. Jane through
Llv* Oak. Florida the Board adlourned June 39

August 19-20. 19631 County YAW 20_ INS Henry >* FoteomSupt. Thomas> Donett Jr, June 14
1 meeting The BoudWhe above and Secretory through June 30
August 30, 19eS: First day oi date |,n apeclal session called by: Board of Public Instruction June L. ....... June It, 21 and
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classes Chairman Crew with the follow! 1.. M. Crew Jr. Chairman 22Dat1
\ September 6. 1X3: Labor Day, tncmben present. L, M. Crew Board of Pubt Instruction Ebtwhert:
(no classes) I Jr. Chairman v. V Brta. Thais Foster Shepherd and Jams
October 31 and 22. INS: Fair R. Bamett. L. H. GUI. and E.: A. Live Oak. Florida Jammoo. June 9 to Junior

d Day. CbUin Jane .. 195 Olympia la JacUonvtB
November JS-J8.1985: Thanksgiving Chairman Crew called the The Suvannee County Board of Katheryn Flood and Madeira
Holidays meeting' to order at 2:00 PM. Public Instruction met on June .. Bauoe n. Senior Trip May IT
December 11. 19 3' Last day of, It was moved br V. V. Brim INS. Tnose present were: U M. through 21
classes before Christmas Holidays and seconded' by T. R. Bamett Crew Jr, Chairman. V. V. Brim Margaret Ornery, LaPranre
Rev. Ronald Todd Rev. W. E. AskewEVANGELIST : : that the Board authorize Mr. T, J. L.. H Otn. Thonl% Barnett and E.: Orm and Talus Warren
December 2031. INS Christ* Gets,?. Principal at M Alptn A. Coffins. My 31 for daM trip
I PASTOR '
mat Holidays % School to pay Mr Sarah Parker. Devotional was given' by ... HO1H. Lavrm Porter. Vtneent Jane
Bible Baptist Church Pastor Arlington Height January: I, IHI: Resume classes Lunchroom Worker, back pay Minute of May IS and 20 and Lev* Tucker June 14
Baptist ChurchJacksonville In the amount of S3M74. if the were read and approved a* read. through I'. State FFA OonCtonnce -
L Florid January: 20. 1984: End of tint lunchroom account has the uf- Moved by V, V. Brim, MeonoVd ventbo
I semester Detent fund left after paring an by L. It Offl to chant meeting Golden and Jam*.
r' January: 21. I..,: Planning day bills. or U this amount U not Mlm i back to I 00 .'clock Hottest ear Watooa. Jon I through 9,
for teacher (no classes) the lunchroom funds, to payher rted. I 8UU NT A Convention
January: 34. 1986: Begin second the amount that to left In the Moved br T, R. Barnett and Everett Wll smami June IT
t'' BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCHCorner semester fund. Motion carried reonoVd by E A. CoOa after and 11. Prinetoall Conference
April '-!!, 198A: Easter Holiday A motion was made by: V. V. fun discussion ef reaon* for delay Wimaai R. PovtB.' June 1
Brim and seconded by U. H. GUI. In construction .f Dmtbu Bib through 11. Radtatogleal
Eva and Bryan Street May 31. 1*: Last day' of classes that the proposition of R. B. Oar School Gym due to extreme weather School
(end of 1M das day: ) ConstrurOoa Company to provide condition, and delay tn delivery There betas n* farther' buateea*
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA *?:f.J June 1... 1984 Post-planning I a transformer vault and neee- of steal the Board agreed to the meeting adjourned.

Holiday: 18 aary electrical work at Pose Ww extend Urn of omplettan to Berry M. Poison
1 Labor Day: 1NrDul School at the oat of MJ31J1 be January 19X at which time Surat, and 8fa'tW7

A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU approved the sane to be added to the Board accepted the Mrs subject Board erf PttbOc Instruction
Thankgtvtnc 2 the original contract. The motion to completion of punch Baton L. M. Crew Jr. Chairman
) : 0 Christmas _10 WM. carried that date. The archlect ha Board of PIIbZIei Instruction

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