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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 15, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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 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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1. Ward Fertilizer Company Protests I/]

Calmnesa needed. Work Progressing On Lire Oak't Shopping Centerr

way Pragma bring and activity need Menu and when to al. .. r .' % >u. v w *. '. Assessment In Only Complaint: t

there to either growth or need for l Total valuation of real and personal property in Su.
chance there U bound to be a dlvergenoe .
wannee County ai reflected on the mseMment rolls turned t
of opinion. all over to the Ronnl of County Commissioners by Tax Assessor '- ,
Here In Suwannee County
admit there U need for better Wm. Hubbard Gray U $28,005,211, an Increase of )

achoola and mart realize that the $1,634,243 o\'erthe 26370.968 value on the book In 1964. .

need U urgent and action now toneeded. County commlulonera met aa
an equalization board here Monday I
Farm Kureau To Meet
Then U also an air of growth 4 and heard one complaint
to the air and this sulfa In Dome n t r. Tonight Atfairin//,. Terry McDavld. Lake City lawyer
Impatience: with the pace at which representing Ward Fntlllaer Co ,
pragma come: M The July meeting .( the 8uwtnne of Oranford. said the assessment
remtly farm Bureau for that business .u not In line i
Thruout Florida today<< there la will fee held t.nlht' (Th.ndy) with other valuation In the county
al the Bearhvlll Advent Cartetltn and asked that arwmenta of
turmoil and some uncertainly I I
concerning the value of property I rhereh. A revered ..11th'u'lM'r the firm either be lowered or all
will b* served beginning other Inh.. raised to
for tax purpoeeg despite the eon- county ;
al I:"* m.. '
a market value
latent ruling* by all elate court.
Nay Heater will be In ehtrgef i
Including the State Supreme McDavld laid a tentative assessment >
Court that current Florida law re- tk. program. which will begenpel was mad In June of the'eompany's

qulre that an property be placed ilndng.Waller property and a value of ,
N..b.rla II president IS J,300 entered. In the
on the tax book at just or fairmarket July soma :
value .f lh. eeanly bureau and will pan WM notified that the final '
_._ preside. at the monthly ....t.... assessment
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uch allghtly
This to where there cornea over
a variance for most of ua have Ma.Mry werher eaewd al a kWh pace tale week at the toeatton date Elf at ,..!..... toeatleM are being balll .. the .... whleh 1171000." A statement' WM made

our own Idea of what aomethlncto 4.eej where. tae Use Oak Man to taking aha,.. Wale are gelag to slated lo provide parking fer ever IN ear*. (Demeeral SUffp Bus Service To I that the lower value would be acceptable j

worth. Sometime there are at a rapid paee aa werkmea gosh U meet an Ortekee ......- rk.4e) by the firm.
actually two conflicting value to Assessor Gray told the board
further complicate our thinking Junior the June value were only Mil-
College
There to a price at which most of Suit Asks 100 Per Cent ValuationTwelve mate and that he did not at that
ua will eQ our property and another County Available Here time have Information on which
mostly lower, a* which we .. to properly Mara fertiliser plant
woun buy Identical property. or builneaaea, H. said ho made a
Tone we need to be aura la our Property Owners Ask Court Due aenlce will be available to search of official record and
diteuaakm of value we lUck to Fair Directors Plan college students of this count made inqulriee about such bual-
Tom Adams Will
fact and not wander Into the planning attend the North net and that the real e.taleaasrsaments
rim of peraonalltlM and llkoa or For Immediate Revaluation] Here For 1965 Exhibition nortda Junior College at Madison for the firm were Inline

dislikes for often auch detail IMreeler ef Ike ..WI..... Be Brotherhood Beginning with the fall semester with other In the county, The
Bern only to cloud our better Suit hag been filed In circuit court here on behalf of! Ceeiaty Fair AaMclatlea were this year It wa announced thl assessor told the board his aM>.aa- I
judgment. 12 Suwannee County property owner by Terry )McDavld I* mart lady
Lake City attorney, and George SUlljea, Jr., of the Jacksonville *MC. al tke Big Mile I* .... Speaker Monday J. C. Vann U president. nO be a little high In enmparunn
There to no longer any qoeaUoaaa firm of Marks, Gray, Yates Conroy and Gibbi plate place for the INS ....at Han call for the but to trove with other In the county and he I
law. fair I be bell .. Oe..... Uri O.k around tight o'clock was willing that an adjustment
to the UIHIIIIftI& Property The 12 named in th. suit ag plaintiffs art Mr. and Mra Secretary of State Tom Adams the
d tax mailer I b* aleevaee4 each morning and arrive on b* made
moat bo aaee for pur Wallace, a. Townaend. Mr ark Aaaag will be the rueet speaker Monday I
and market Bam Rubbed Gray, tai aaeaorof dwlded are MAIUeaeJMlkle NFJC Campo In time for nine dray told this he
POM* on a fair hut Chandler, Dr. andMil. er newspaper
Dantel r. bight at aaoclatlonal brotherhood
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bed Theta what the law eaya. Ura. F. Botokmgo. How grid thto county Curtis O. Hum for tk Clbe.... eawraUM O'clock cla****. The *la* schedule had an appointment with McDe,
law
dow Hugo Phrlea. BUI O. Bond Marvin X. .._....... ... rally of the ruwMlrbn.ry at the Junior college to arranged
Any atria that refuses to TartoT. ... Id. Ward/aDd MarvtnJetma. I ef Ik* a.. > vld and Henry Ward Friday
BaplAMOCtatlOI
*r alto t* do a* will no doubtbe aO at U*. oak lace. Home, UMMW Haaeock. and .* *t led ynmamm MH aM reel 10 aa to make all lIMN avallablfrom morning at whteh time the a aee.,
Laura IV Robonon. .nb ol ..... \ In.rdent Arnold A. Brtra Of UMtoclaUon I IM .... \1111Nt school
removed from office.: I and A. Jack rhUUpa. boU I an r* peas lr *M ka tk* ; menu would b* okaouMMU
latch
>10- eg gr mruntrt',an .T.,J. rMatal r the Board of countN Comnlton. ,fcatMtaga. : slew esd Sage The 1Io&r4IIU MUM I
However, Chen la no aaagto CXBrten, era Buw.....* Owatyi and! Ray Vane said that the iced grow Monday but placed the mu *
number that can kposhed that hIt defendants are Wil.. IV: Oreen. aa comptroUrr for the J' ka purchased two buaee which made by the firm on the agenda
m a X To
win "da thte koanortant tact nor.11 State of Florida. Mobile -Ray will be avaUable. for the opening for their regular Dueling Saturday.The .
there a fair formula that can be The action wag brought vnder .".' of school In Auguat One burn Will group Indicated they would
applied oars the board. To be Fred Turner Named authority of Florida statutes that Make Two Stops ".w. "' be used ae a span to aacure unnlemtpted .) ae| on the roll aaw al thai time
fair to property owner and to Director SIIS Band require a .jut valuation of anproperty I ...1. service.Additional and eemtWete their work M an
meet the intent of the law. all by the county tai .M.e*. Information about equalisation board.
property mart be anatyaed on an I Fred. C Tuner has bee or and which alao prcecrtbe fact Here July 21 the service may be secured from Taiable properly on the INS
tadivtdual bade and then uniform ..... bead dareeue al Mwaa to conaider tn IUd valuation. The 'F Vann. B. A. Owing, or J. M oil totaled IIIJUSOI up from
criteria applied to like property. ...Idgk Ikbeel fee Ute lMt- 4 Supreme Court of Florida held A motile i-rtj unit will be In Y Thus to going to take acme time. term Skit begma mitt ...u.. reeenUy that the phrase *)ut' fluwanne County neat Wedneday. *- ., 1\ levied Ihto year will bring !!',.
He won realaee Slant Oraaldkrerter valuation" equivalent to the July SI, with slope at Branford iI" River UIO If all tarn art paid Last
A* long aa each of ua confine who rareaed aM a.s.Nad 'M phrase "fair market .&hwIII and Live Oak. Health official -' ,'tii year each mill brought HIMII.
our th ughta to fact w* can help bead awcttteei al Ocala the sit the plaintiff charge add the event wa acheduMeapecUDy "L :' ... An Increase of It./*IJ7J In table I
wed a number of problem that lllgk SckeeL that the tat aaaeator ha failed to for Bias people whoned .L, State Park Is property ..added this year
this county mart face. Our prop- T.s aen ..... a .....- d.. comply with theee provisions of annual I-nil for Job pur- '.'\ Breakdown of taxable propertyIn
set, mart be revalued to meet (re* b mwM sad kM k4 .... th Uw and to aeiatng property ...... '' the county placed personal
I'I stall tow and .by calmly going seal year .sM.te.u e a* a heal on the INS tag roll at tubetaatlally The unit will be stationed in Proving Popular property ahead with ,gJ37jl7laMMd
l > about the Job aftfeteramlaa What ...... to tad ...... He to wfr lea than fair market value Branford to front of the clinic 1' Heel eatal on which
are fair and equal vanes In the aped sues at Ik e.4 .. or just vahiation to further alIrged from II.M ... until noon. It will Overnight eamper at the Ills.sill. Ikiwennee .- 'aM win be paid amounU lo 17.II .-
Slat Perk at
county all property' ovnera art &lie ...-. sal b aw Mt that aaeeaementa. of various be In Live Oak by the Courthouse River .Ml and the railroad and .....

t sure to .....* fair treatment. ebd the Cafvmliy .. parcel within each due of property ,rom J.00 pm. new I 00 pm. JIIM M for totaled UM fiscal I.411 year eom'.cI1Othe ending. IN., I CeeiUaMd eet rage) alChnmberCefnmercenTu
Of.. I Saa.U.asd .. rag II) ...u..n M1adel are not equal and uniform a* The' tilt of the unit here to
I I. Count Mid here Ibis week.The gl30: iMtng the Utility theprevloue
oneored the Buwannee *
required by law by f
atMioo will be held Monday rear. Total visitor *l.
the State
Circuit ,
The litigation aOa the Health Department
I Father At Express Agent and night' July It. al the Weetwoodtuptut ndance (for thl year WM MJOe.
Succtil* Court te order the county Ltaaaaeor Board of Health and the TO Mert Tuesday Night
I Church In this city. up from the M,OH who vtalted the
__ .-bIIr-' to.***** an property Health AM< this RrpreienUUve Leon N McDnet- elate' park here last year. This I II Mewbe ef IN
within Buwanne County al 100per Those getUng an g-ray at
aid to program chairman for the an IncrtaM of approximately It (-tt Chamber .1 C--.e
cent of it* jnat valuation or time are reminded they should .
meeting and arranged for the "per gent. are balag Twstd..d .1 'M
air market value and that the keep the card given them at the '
? popular date cabinet member uMl Park mipwlnlendenl John Mtale .seers gaetsb me.tiag ad
gourd of County OowimHrtwr- time of the trarHealth .
this county. Mid this wash that faeHllle fee UM MMMU U4(* Tees I
b* ordered te allocate. fejnde to reTie tunchroom officials worker urged food and Brim MId that llnrry Hair, **. .I the recreation its included dr ....&. Imtt te. Tbei > dins.e L

aD.mil on the tai hurdlers barber to lake advanUg of the swats. lo Adam. wU also be here ,Icnle ......*. grills rratroMn. ...<. win begla al 1)1) ) a-m..
,rod.The Uchn foe the meeting.Iluplet and a ..U equipped playground U, M. Craws Jr. aveeMewt ef
snit alea all that the opportunity School -
-ray will be lerved. at 1 00 for chUdrva. the trade b..h. add bore Me.day. .-
Court retain JwUdkUon unul theuoeaminU and bus drift,. were she Invited
01 real. properly have to have I.,.... taken al aNa pm. prig taid. with the meeting roe camper, acllllb include' .
.o begin at I 00 pm. 'hot and sold ......r.. laundry Crew* Mid that aeveralIr I Me. I CmmUmmft ea Face II time.Acrrnge r> tden Brim Turaday Invited. lat... ebctrle power, and a camp fcn<.e* kv. *.*. ....d I*

I men ef all rhurchM In the city to n Ire circle near by. peltsh. the ge-arise. desiin .
rN ..I'ouIIII1I6" QUilt,.. loin hto group Monday and hear An Intending den t sailed. UmeMe. Ie feeo* alle)4let eef
j he aerreUry, ( I r iUiMM4 .. r*t e II ..... IM meaty. 't

Tobacco Marketing Cards For Season '

Ilittttf llartlintrr Opens M South OhIo Site Iy

To Be Mailed To Farm Operators


Ernest Holmen. chairman of the Suwannee County I

ASC Committee announced this week that tobacco marketing

l ; card are now being prepared In the county office FiOME

"and will be mailed to farm operator prior to the opening I
of the local markeU.
The marketing card to be Heed -
wnder the new acrM*-....,.. ... queta he wishes to have wtgrwd
I program are auallar to the** seed to each .... The quoue angled
to prior yean The ....'. pound- U th* card wM be changed upon
ace quota win k* sewn on the ,...,.......
Iraade front Beer .. the card The aereas-powndsce tow provide v

thto year and a ramrntotlv totalof thai If aan.u.... froth .a

Cum. B. lerd. elo w. to *k..w ........ kto sae, Orald B. aaarkrting win be carried a* farm are .... than the farm.

Ls'd. kit nUiileillia I. *mmmi Ik* deuce ae e.**4 f.r aM&alien that farmer* win knew at aa poundage-quota th* eUferrneew0
Lord I tames Juet how much of the be added I* the farm quota
taaeme Ageawy M U'S Oak Gerry w tk* yeuager
pewndace qwou hM been sold and for the neat year, Lttewtae. any
III bit/ ....... we. ...draw te.pwsry sgaM arw It able hose.... reeves. I'M rtumes tot raee* .f the farmquota ..

kto filter ace eY is etc* toe**. Under th* anvage-poundag win ke deducted. from UM
.IAahWM ef Ski *M a* tk* .....* poet see efferUv Josh .....,... ,.,../. wffl k* required I ,.,.'* acreage afMjamt and
U sal krwagM a* eel *. *r 11 yore ef ..... M Ito eeamrirrr .. to take their anarketlng card Mth I poundage quota for nest year. If

a.* *ag*- aga4 by Ik* .**. Mr. ....... wsr some when UM t..ass* ray leaecc to marketed on UMaMfkrung k

O. 1L Lea *.!.<.< iiy.*. -nt.e kr M Martk II. Ill*, sal to cMvend and w teen It Uwre card taeued for a farm
Ma they pick a. their checka.Tw .. other than the farm en which the
.. tk May ....... I*. !*>!
tee* agea .
lard I* left gi..*.... W leeaaei BVk
,l..e.am Otry JLrr..a... Art etegtw free .)Imu leb fkwtfa yvaiarCMMg .b.*U toMwd>* fan. far eperuor.a fan .If,.mere*> reqweel than I... provtdM atfc.jae for a reduction and pounVa M. ..*..*.. W UU aardwae Item _a ao Memo 11M..... aid lw.... Ceagay. ewwed sad

,, tea UCL.. ,joss.we* eredM m*.*ger fr 1,O.>e>Mteeihe on card to toeaed. for UM earn .acreage qawU for kUt farm fer UMfeftowtag .pegied ef W, I. .IMII .....*.. N loath ode AMCWO kea ftna4 .......1 ... al spa how Mpi

hire to Jakeieiignii > Her a* retereAag km. U aeeewt Ot* ..*.*, farm the farmer anal todcteUf y/< The law presides .easel Ue etero Skis meda... TW gem a** bun la semite hits ice M yea** ae4 fenawriyItVeaeetil

.f ma,' rI his me4 UMfana'a pgnad.ae I OMi a CiaalaMg *. Fag II ......... a bed.of e* rIM --. ttarl ......)


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About II FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened In

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That And Suwannee County, Florida


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Evaluation ReactionA Shallow WaterIn I

more realistic evaluation of real and personal the time-honored tradition of political bosses 3

property Santa Rosa County for tax purposes is the water shortages afflicting various parts of Doyle E.COlUler.

inevitable, in the light of recent court rulings. The the U. S. and which threaten to become more severe '' n From The File. Of

is "When?" before the is have brought forth much
big question summer over, DEMOCRAT
I haven't noted any reports THE SUWANNEE _
Thus we ore interested in what reaction of the walling and gnashing of teeth from public officials. about It in Florida but in some

taxpayers will be. But in almost every Instance the only visible signs places "cartnapping" from supermarkets I I

Bradford County, another North Florida countyof of remediation have been crackdowns on the people has become quite a prob. 1915 1955

which Starke is the county seat, recently tripled New York City provides an example of this. tern

property values, and the Bradford County Telegraph Early in the spring, city officials discovered: their! The Southern California Grocers Notice Is hereby given that the Today (Friday) to the last day Subscriptions

last week recounted what happened.We reservoirs were only about half as full as usual It Association has been planninga Board of Public Instruction will that free holden in Suwannee

quote from the Telegraph news story: this time of year and immediately began a crack $100.000 public relations campaign erect a school building near Me- County can registered to vote in Suuannee Democrat
"Reaction to Bradford's tripled property values, down on water usage.Instructions aimed at reducing losses oIf Alpin and that all who wish to the election to be held next S

which zoomed from $18.936.590 to $53.509.800, has were given homeowners on way shopping carts. Some carts Ire bid submit sealed bids, either tc Thursday Today to also the last Listed below are new subscrip.

been mild, according to Tax Assessor Gene Long. of saving water, water Is not served in restaurants deliberately stolen. Others are the board or to the ..uperlntendent' day that a free holder may apply tions and subscriptions: \ renewed
taken by shoppers who use them office. Bids will be opened for and cast an absentee ballot
"Not knowing what to expect after he mailed unless requested by the patron, harnesses were to the Suwannee Democrat: from
to get their groceries home and August 3, UU at the office of the In the election.A July 2 to July 9.
the county's 7,000 assessment notices last Friday placed on water hydrants to prevent unauthorized then abandon them to become a superintendent in Live Oak. A. L,

cost Long a few restless nights, but he says he Is opening, car washes were padlocked and car owners public nuisance. Allbritton chairman.\ Attest, J. W, special meeting of the school NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

getting back to normal now. Estimating that he received have been requested not to wash their cars lawn In Loa Angeles the campaigi O'Hara, supt. and sec trustees and members of the Mrs. W. C. Marshall L. O.
about 200 phone calls and office visits, Long sprinkling is discouraged and even fountains will include: direct contacts with Board of Public Instruction last James Robinson Branford

was pleased Wednesday afternoon. with reclrculatlng systems have been shut down. car washes and coin-operated W, L. Tedder and family left Saturday afternoon and night resulted A. W. Jordan. White Springs
'Half of those 200 persons Just wanted the new Admittedly, New York City has a water problem laundries which use them In their Tuesday morning In their Max- in the appointment of O. J. T. Bond Rt., L. O.

100 per cent assessment explained to them and only and the drastic steps taken will help conserve business, according to the director well touring car for North Carolina H. Rutledge Jr.. as Supervising Joe Hunter Branford

seven or eight were mad enough to want to fight,' what water remains in the reservoirs. But none of of the grocery association's: cart Where they will spend sometime Principal: of the Live Oak public Gene Peacock Rt., L. O.

said Long in summing utf the reaction. He creditsa them will correct the deficiency which made the committee.To In the mountains. schools. Rutledge has been principal
!I SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED
measure results, market w. of the elementary school
well-informed and progressive public with accepting action necessary Few persons have bothered to ask,
be asked to inventory their carts here since last summer. Miss Sybil Avery L. O.
the new just value law with understanding. why was there not enough water to supply the city's before the campaign begins and During the week the following Mrs. P. D. McMullen. L. O.
took the trouble to call normal needs? good citizens of Plnemount\ have
'Some tax even
payers make another check three months
It was announced here Thursday S/8gt. William R. Meets, Cams.
just to say "I'm very pleased," Long added What happens when educators complain of In-' later. been in Live Oak: W 8. Sullivan, that a softball league had tWo Calif.Raymond .

"Through Wednesday the assessor had handed adequate classrooms or a shortage of teachers? 8. H. Hillhouse, J. D. Blanton J. been organized and that play L Williams Rt. L 0

out only 10 forms to persons who weren't satisfied Political leaders hasten to their rescue, as they do In Santa Monica, which U in E. Hamilton, J. O. Oray, and John would start in the senior divisionon Mrs. John E. Jordan. L. O.

by Long's explanation of their assessment. Only one when new highways are to be built, new govern Los Angeles County .one market Lin ton. Tuesday night at 7:30. Dr. R. L. Brinkman. I* O.

of the forms has been returned so far ment buildings constructed, new city beautification chain filed suit this, spring to recover L M. Mlzell. L. O.
"First\ step for any property owner dissatisfiedover programs undertaken, new playgrounds dedicated I from the city: the value of E. A. Burdlck the Rlxford Merchant Attending Camp Suwannee at Perry A. Holmes, L. O.
If he 22 carts which had been impounded. was in the city: today. Mr. Bowling Park from Live Oak were George Dempsey New Port. R.I
his assessment Is to talk to the assessor. or new avenues to federal funds opened. I Burdick to of the best farmers -
one
can obtain Water not it fundamental of Sheryl and Mary Lena Folsom Woodrow Warner Rt., 1.. O.
still to not satisfied, the property owner 'only a necessity At that time Santa Monica was In the north end of the county -
Sandy Crews. Angle and J. H. 1. O.
Nancy Evans.
one of the complaint forms, fill It out and return it any city, but it is the one most universally Ignored. holding some 603 carts picked up and maintains a complete stockof
Howard. Linda Llnney. Allison Mrs. Corlne Law L. o.
to the assessor who will then make a second assess New watersheds are tapped water reclamation and ; around the city A $5-per-cart fee goods at Rlxford. He to one of
Scott. Tommy Scott Jimmy Mitchell Joe Hill Smith L. O.
ment. anti-pollution measures are started but frequently was being demanded from markets the men who believes in cooperation
and Charles Sweat. Theron H. E. Leech L. O.
"Results of the case will be taken before the not in scope to keep up with population growthor to get them back. in selling .farm. products. Mitchell and Jackie Crews who Mn. Olive C. Boyles. L O.
County Commission when it meets as the Board of provide a measure of surplus to compensate for Instead of a recovery fee the served as counselors. Mrs. W M. Clayton. Orlando

Tax Equalization Long readily concedes that his droughts. markets asked that a strong city Thomas L Duncan. Branford

office may havo made arithmetical errors. Perhaps the lackadaisical attitude toward water ordinance outlawing cart thefts 1910 Mia Carol Hair, assisted by her Bobby Walker. Branford

"If the property owner Is still not satisfied he planning is due to the newness of the problem, be put into effect.Cartnapping parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hair Dr. Donald Burch I* O.
has a third recourse, established recently by the but conservationists for year have been warning Isn't confined to R. E. Cannon manager of the Jr. feted her houseguest and Box Holder L. O.OKISmoothie.

1995 Legislature, and may put the property in question of Inevitable shortages It more imaginative stepswere Southern California SupermarketNews Allmar Theatre, announced this cousin Miss Martha Bedell of I a.
Detroit
up for sale to see what It will bring not taken. has reported that week that the theatre building Jacksonville with a party last
been having -
area markets also have located on East Howard Street, Friday evening at the Elk's Lodge. Look
'Taxes of most property owners in the county Turning off the faucet is as sensible a solution troubles.
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las been purchased by him and
will go up, Long says, under the new 100 per cent as turning off the ignition key because the car ran Markets there joined this spring his wife from Dr. J. M. Price and Fashion's taking on the ol-
Cotton
assessments even though millage has dipped to out of gas or sending the kids home from school be. In a comprehensive ad campaign Mrs Sybil Allison. Is cool because it sb- smoothie look for fall and winter

14,84. A few persons mostly businessmen who could cause somebody forgot to buy pencils. to prevent losses. In one week 11 sorbs thru fabric moisture, then transmits It The nubby fabrics are giving way

not take advantage of the homestead exemptionand It Is no solution at all to a water shortage prob missing carts were returned. City councllmen.: : meeting to .air.. to gabardines velvety meltons,

who have been assessed at closer to just value lem. Market owners will tell you Thursday night at City Hall, extended and coverts cashmeres, and vlcif-
Cotton to a critical: : war Item.
than most home owners, will get a reduction in -Jackson County Floridan Marlanna their customers don't realise that the fire limits of the city nas.
taus." the average cost of a cart Is about to Include those portion of the
Mirror which $30. At the rate they have been tobacco warehouse district previously -
We noticed in the Jenson Beach No Harm In
Dreaming"Hope disappearing, that can run into outside of the fire area for
tax assessor
that the county
Is in Martin County, "
springs eternal in the human breast big money the protection of the operators,
aid his office would make the jump to 100 per cent and with the announcement of every new government One Detroit area customer was growers and equipment to be converged James B. Daniels
full value next but would make only adjustments -
of year found who regularly pushed her
program, we naturally think in terma of securing in the center during the
to bring certain properties in tine with others it for pamp Blandlng or the general area. groceries home In a cart put it In : two and one-half weeks following

this year. The latest to fire our imagination Is a $380- her garage and neglected to return August 5.
=Press-Gazette Milton the carts even after they had
Funeral
mllllon HomesLIVE
project recently announced by the Atomic
.
accumulated. Mike Tsacrlos. chairman of the
Energy Commission Officially described
as a national
Handling the problem Is a local Red Cross drive to raise $800as
StrickinR North
accelerator laboratory, the gigantic plant will
for the markets. They
touchy one the city's share of the nation'srelief
Communist forces in North Viet Nam are being consist of a proton accelerator in the 200-bllllon hesitate to prosecute customersfor OAK and BRANFORD
fund, said Tueaday that he
deprived of the sanctuary they had enjoyed northof electron volt and associate ;;
energy range, : support "stealing" or "borrowing" the would call on local boy scouts: and
Hanoi. TJ. S. and South Vietnamese fighter bombers facilities. In simplest terms, "that's a lot of atom- carts. Nevertheless, unless they members of the Parent-Teachers Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-

sre ranging North Viet Nam, close to Red smasher! do something about it. their losses Association to help in the collection. equipped ambulance call
China's border, seeking remunerative targets In bar- Among the requirements for this "little pro- continue to mount. on twenty-

racks, bridges and supply depots. ject" are 3.000 acres of land, and 9.000 gallons of In the Detroit metropolitan four hours each day in both Live Oak

The attendant risks are evident. But such extension water per minute. It will mean 3,000 jobs for the area 1983 cart losses were valued Superintendent of Public Instruction and Branford

/ of aerial assault quallfle as a welcome development lucky area that gets It, not to mention six to eight at 250000. In 19t4 that figure W T Newsom' ordered
when viewed against alternatives. year construction program before the facility is in was doubled when the estimate three carloads of Umerock Tuesday -
climbed to 500000. The loss to for urn in pouring UM walls
One such l U the possibility of slipping into a operation
.alone, put CALL DAY OR NIGHT
one market chain was of the new school project under ..
massive ground war This would clearly yield advantage Among the other requirements as outlined by ,
at $93,000.
construction east of the football
to the enemy and defy the warning by the ATC; the property must have a potential of delivering leld Workmen are expected to. LIVE OAK BRANFORD

Gens. MacArthur, Clark and Eisenhower against an electric power load of several hundred A lot of people. Including: me. begin pouring the walla as soon.
committing V. B. forces to a manpower war on the megawatts Its water supply must be strong and have always believed the camel Is as the lumrork arrives Forms' 362. 3333 935-4100

mainland of Asia. clean, and It must be close: to an airport. It must the beast that probably can 110 have already been constructed I

Another and unthinkable alternative is with- also be a place where scientific personnel will find longest without drink of water.It and the workmen last week J. B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.

drawal in defeat. No pickets, teachings, or other agreeable living conditions. appears well all been wrong. ileted pouring concrete foundA-j

criticism could stampede the U, S. into that So far, more than 41 states and cities have told A report from South Africa in the tlons

Whether or not the stepped-up aerial assault the AEC they have just the site to meet all requirements Livestock Market Digest Indicates
the ostrich has the camel bMLIte
will ultimately persuade the enemy to the conference so competition ls rather keen. Th Florida doeant need any water at alt

table, it seems this administration means to Development Commission has offered sites in six So his non-drinking habits are

keep on trying different areas of the state, including the Jackson going to be the subject of scientific
Jackson: County Floridan Marlanna ville-Gainesville area. Trying to find 30.000 available study

a acres between Jacksonville and Gainesville At Pretoria University a groupof

The PowerWe naturally brings to mind Camp Blandlng where South African research workersare wow. ..
else Other suggested areas are: Fort Lauderdal- seeking ways to develop a
don't know if anyone has ever tried to .
measure It accurately but It strikes us that the tensile Browsed County, Orlando-Orange County, Uiaml- drouth-resistant cow. They've acquired tr ARE THESE
ostriches for laboratory
strength of a flower petal is really quite phe- Dade County. St. Petersburg, and Tallahassee. study four because they were informed

nominal. Strong wind. may whip them and hard A detailed proposal of the advantages of selecting by a visiting lecturer that PEPPERS

rain drench them, yet when the storm has passed a site In Northeast Florida has' been preparedby the ostrich Is "a unique bird relying HOT/
an amazing number of blossoms will have survivedto the Jacksonville and Gainesville chambers of only on green' food for Its

( greet the sun. And as everyone can tell you who commerce, but the AEC 1s not expected to announcea water needs' They are known to

has tried to determine their romantic fortunes by decision until the end of the year. survive desert conditions under
Of course it will probably wind in Alaska high temperatures without w.t.'i"
plucking a freshly opened daisy\ until they are ready up
to drop of their own accord those delicate filaments but we can dream cant we? Thousands of cattle dlt of thirst

cling quite tenaciously to the stem. Bradford County Telegraph Starke every yean in Southern- Africa.
The researchers: hope to learn the
There Is another kind of durability In a flower
physiological secrets: of the ostrich
which is in some ways more amazing That is its so they can somehow Incorporatethem

capacity to impel and Impart an enduring sense of TIle Suwannee DemocratOF Into a new breed of cow that y
tenderness in the human heart. can get along without water

No doubt the very fact that It must soon witheris LIVE OAK FLORIDA Skeptical farmers are jokingabout
an element In a flowers appeal. For this U the the outcome. They vlsoallM

way of all living things. Yet the transient blossom "In tee heart of the S...."..... Riser VtSOrf cows that will hurry to bury their
reflects the eternal beauty of resurrection In Its heads in the sand when ItaI UecL ITS NOT SO HOT to arrive at the store or office and

promise to return again and again In its season.
The lasting tenderness a flower Imparts Is reflected BANNER Consolidated LEADER It you think hospital cos's are find the safe broken into the cash and
KSPif1 IM4 August *. IWT Established ISM getting pretty high you're rlsht.Recent currency gone.
in the thoughful way a man removes a faded
JMblUhed leery: Thursday' at fliM A. Conner Street arena cost In New
.. boutonniere from his buttonhole, the gentleness York City hospitals.. about $44a The Night Depository at the Commercial provides a place
with which a woman discards a wilted corsage. And Louie C. Wadaworth.... Editor Publisher, duo the average stay 10 days

this profound influence Is most dramatically apparent Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor and the average bill about .U.. safe from fire or theft for your cash receipts.COMMERCIAL.

at funerals where flowers pay tribute to the Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager However it U forecast that by

departed and provide solace to the bereaved despite George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman ;. 1973 the dally average cost will be

the unthinking disparagement. tug tradition bout |109 tad UM average t.ut)

among "modems" who suggest that practicality : Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. HoriaT i about $i.M,.

can somehow take the place of sentiment SUBSCRIPTION Suwanne County 14.00 a .

For our own part we shall have to depend on RATES: Outside Blnrannee County HOP Aviation I* Growing

the flower to speak for \II. to say to the friend who ALL BUB3CRIPTION3 payable la A YaDeeWUBlROPI" Th aviation Industry In Florida

always, it seems, takes his leave unexpectedly, the by 1941 had grown N UM extent -
thirsts we should haw said when we bad the that payrolls and spendingwith BANK
:
chance, UM state was exceeded only -- -

LLBWaahintton County News Chlpley by tourist spending and agriculture
!
a. tocom OF LIVE OAK
,,", .
in Lake Wales control their own .
The people LIVE OAK
FLORIDA
a. The Clearwater Yacht Club lethe ..:._ __
....
destinies this community will be just as good as setting for the XatemaUonal

the people( who live in It. A Snip! Regatta each Marcel



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THURSDAY w JULY 15, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PACE THREES


Florida Public
t [Growth 'Through Fellowship ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ha' &ett.ci.
t
.rhil i. mmmm Mi I >;

Pastor's Corner I. '' r1..lt.Ylg Debt is U47

\ ,\t
Per IndividualState
j \" :

By REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM : I, and, local public debt in
\ \; Florida amounted to /13.847.100
hater Tint Methodist Cherch \\"i In mid-1984, the Florida State

..! Chamber of Commerce reported In
Its Weekly Business Review released -
In the third chapter of the Acts others. yesterday,
of the Apostles two of the disciple The greatest gifts we posses Are Thl sum covered all monies

of Jesus WH olnc Into the templeto those things which when we trim \ owed by the Florida state government
_
pray. It was In the mid-after- them away, do not diminish but;
,
by counties, districts and
I UM koiMki ft fMlmnfelpmMif Ckruuuu kaul4 Lai *ntM>u> oUwrCkrtoUaw OirtMUM MUM k* MMNott *T UM4Tcttmu RINd. Ole MbwNi' with ChH.1 .
noon and Peter and John were Increase In quantity u .well as UM annul Chrl tl M u* tfr UiUif Uiy - talking together when they discovered quality. A gin's real value to In _....In'. rail mhorti them UlotanuK mrnMry tat ....obeys r...U eu..... ......, them. M./ulaUnfur M4 holy spires CII........ .... It stood s per cent over 1M3
a lame man alttlng by the what It represents. Its genuine ..... hwlty, bud (ncri..... ku MMCMK.. Ui MM Matters and ares wets MUr ....(.r4 fur furIMkwrmwi _"..... .M ...... irinitHU nmuw, 1't
compared with national
a figure
uuktoraUo ft UM Mrang tar UM K kfcwia. k* rMiMctwl and dMmited.JbMMM MUx.>y, the cork ft Oo< -I hake I.OOLPCH .
gate asking for help. A. they approached significance lies In the thought or waaIt.-R_ U ,... U..- .. ---.. at n.u. : TEXT: M.,... 14 K. of B per cent.
this man, who had been the motive behind It. A child can "The Florida total means a debt
lame from the time of hit birth. go out and pick handful of wild token. of watched her she listened of 1447 for each Floridian man.
courage we show In our dally lives friendly handclasp a encouragement a* thru
reached his band toward them for daisies and give them to Its mother Whip. Up. Treat t
will woman child ranking Florida
1 I t once knew a woman who had I sometimes her fingers, she could "hear" music f
help.When In true love and It means more lost a little girl In a very tragic change the course of another's and Identify the colon of the With )Just three Ingredient you 20th among the SO states in this
he spoke to them Peter than an expensive orchid given automobile accident. The courage life. I recently beard of a man who flowers by their testure. When she can whip up a frosen mint dessert respect (The federal debt to In addition
said "Look on use". And the beggar with no thought of affection A she displayed In her time of crisis left nearly two hundred thousand had gone the sergeant said. "I am to brighten summer menus to this amount.) I
fixed his eyes upon them perhaps gift Is valued by the heart that was a real Inspiration to me. dollars to a church where he once not a religious man but somehow First place content of a 10-ounce "Making up the Florida debt ...
I really! expecting to receive a gives It. Another possession which wean visited a. a stranger, and who I feel as though lye just come a jar (about 1 cup) mint Jelly In a total was UO.OOOOOO local government .
I coin from them. But Peter said. You may ask. "What are some : share to love and kindness. had been kind and friendly to lot closer to God." small bowl and beat until smooth short-term debt: 11,177.-
"Silver and Oold have I none: of these possessions we have that There are millions of people in him. -Silver and Gold have I Do people feel that way when Chill 1 cup evaporated milk in an 100000 local long-term debt and
but such.. I have I give thee: In we can give to others?" the world. some of them perhaps none, but such as I have-." they watch you walk thru life? Ice cube tray until partially fros- //30,100,000.tit' long-term debt.
the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth One that to so Important to that (n our community who are starving Another possession which we Are they conscious that there Is *n. turn Into a chilled bowl and Long-term obligations are non- A
rise up and .&Dr." (Aet.ll:.). by our very actions we can bring not for bread but for someone can share U an unshakable faithIn something extra In your life which whip until It to stiff and will hold guaranteed and are payable solely
Peter Is here expressing what courage to the discouraged. Some- to show! them a little human Ood. It was. such a faith In can only be explained by your a peak. Blend In lit cup lemon from pledged earnings of specific
every disciple.:In a sense can give. one said that discouragement In kindness. Paul bad this In mind Jesus Christ, as. reflected In Peter faith In God If you can help a Juice and beat until very stiff. projects or from special assessments r
Such as we all have we can give. satan's strongest tooL In the when he wrote to the Romans and John, which caused' the lame person gain such faith you have Fold in mint jelly Turn Into a .
Someone has said that those wIthout popular religious song "1& Is No (11:10): "Be kindly affectionedone man to walk "In the name of given them that which to better 1-quart freeser tray and freese, "During the fiscal year ending
I
money can still show mercy. Secret What Ood Can Do". one of to another with brotherlylove. Jesus Christ of Nasareth. rise up than silver or fold. Makes 8 to 1 smoothly refreshIng mld-lM4. new long-term debt issued -
The very poorest can still show the lines says ". do not be discouraged In honour preferring one and .alkl" servings in Florida came to 1481'I00..
love and concern and consideration for I bring hope to you" another." Someone aald. "Let us An Army sergeant was bedridden New York's old Pennsylvania si 000 while a total of IU .800,000
for others. In other words.we So in this day of fear and tension be kind to one another, for moat and about ready to give up Station was modeled after a tingle Cotton textiles were round In was repaid Interest paid on the i
all have an abundance of pos- of crises and cares, we can of Us are fighting a bard battle. when Helen Keller visited the hospital room In ancient Rome'i Baths ofCaracalla. excavations in Wet Pakistan entire debt during the year totaled
sessions which we can share with give courage to others by the A kind word a thoughtful deed, a where he was. a patient. He daUnt back to 3000 B C. 174.300,000."



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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LIVE OAK






Statement of Condition as of June 30, 1965 .



..M ASSETS ))1

. \ Cash & Due from Banks 1188378.03 I

United States Obligations 2157467.75 I

y Obligations of States & Political Subdivisions 489,692.23 rei' .N.. did I
chars N.IOSsF
Loans & Discounts, including $4,265.92 Overdrafts 3,872,126.10 troar CONDITION or THI ristr NATIONAL. '. BANK or ttvt OAKFixed .
Assets Bank $ 4,701.66 !UNAIM IW.'IUalNt0 NOIR A. AT TM. (1.0'11 OF "' IYICtAtt
: Building (' ./ '. in CAIL MADK
CUHaiNCV, UNDta StCIION Mil U. .. atVIUD
Furniture & Fixtures 23,902.79 ITAryluOTNg

Other Real I Estate 63236.89 91,841.34 ASSITtCMk
., .... .lk. k .k M4 _
.Mk H.i
r *
Th. Friendly Flnt"
.. Mrr..w..111Stock ... ... ...".,n....
.". .. C'::0. .::=:::......,...... .1'"I w/
..., .... .. .... .. 1,111,111.11 /i.r. i/ /1
t Bank -i Mr ?
Other Assets Federal, Reserve 16,500.00 ohly'.elw. N aMe..N.1 ......... ......1....... I
.. ... .... .., /N 11111
o' !...I.MM n4 ttoMmftU.r MM l :... .... ..:.,:7"" :: Id
( Mti
... I:? 4 >-. .. ..... e..eal. .......... .. ...w.. ,, .. ..'.." 11.11111
l I. 7816005.45' 0.... _.. .... ."" ._ .. .... ........_' _....,...? I1,11,1 4,

TOTAL ASSKT ... ... .... ..- .,........... I

W. are proud to present our LIABILITIES Draw 4 Sipiulu ef IMIvUmJ. *. ...U.i..ut.i.--._._ n.. ../.eaA... 11,111,11111
..... .
.
< LPMIM
Demand Deposits $2,620,070.31 TIM*.,, _! _;_" t MIILMwI.L.r.AN... ..... .... ..... "B"_.'" .... ..... 1,111 I1111:
Statement together with our ,
Time 3,184,293.79 1..1./N :: atet:- :/',.ut1..1 :.MLNAew. "'"'''': '''' ..::::::-':: =" Jt.J.: : :
& Savings Deposits ,, M. ft M.... ..... ."?"" .n.u, .
,
Legal Statement as reported1to .. 134,611.70Deposits tWtlf4- w4 elf.....' ......., .4. .. ...... 5
Deposits of United States ... TOTAL t>al'tllI ITkl ',It' tI. .,
the Comptroller of the ''' ,sal Tw g ..... b1+.tY .. ,. .u... ..
of States & Political Subdivisions 621,245,03..t. T.... ._ .:: ....... l.ee.1" : .....,...."
0th. ....1111... .. !!!!
Currency. 578,591.24Certified
Deposits of Banks TOTAL .... 1/,1/aPall

& Officers Checks .25604.90 c..... '_'t1A.ILTittAntsi'iircouNn_' ..... er ...... 111111'
.. .
'
Please. note that these sure .Mew o.We.Uq ::: 1111
.. ....... 11111111
Total I I f"7, 164,416.97 1i.s.w "' '" .. Id11U111::::: :
the Mine always requiredby :.1.I::... .: ..: .: ... ...
Other Liabilitiea 29410.30 .I/....... 1.Nw ... .".--... .... ..., ,.... .. 1t II//

the eo..pt roI...r. 'TUTAL CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS .. ........ ... .. i MI.HIM
"
7,193,827,27 TOTAL UABIUTIM AND Total Liabilities
t lfk f. Wl fl... a.bl.p1 II..b..aa..d bat M=:r.-'U: M/.
.. u4. t.r.rs .1..INL. .M teo. MI wrw.1 N 51. Ir/ / T 1 wi.osaC +1

Capital Stock 150,000.00 We lk. ...OT...... t\ntfmn\ ...... 'M ___._ J ftkM r. wr. ........
..4()() 000 00 ..>4 ffiifff ,... M ... 1..e..Nnl "r es M4 to Ile .... .. *H be..IN..ad I
I .
1 ".... k tear/ tfirm\
r. r rn it
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Undivided Profits 32,021.25 C) WI II.:
"' r... r A1DN..tew
Reserves 40156.93 :

,1:

," Total Capital Accounts 611, 118.18



1,r Total Liabilities & Capital Accounts 7816005.45 ;.




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OFFICERS C DIRECTORS


P. C CRAPPS, Jr., chairman of the Board Alfred T. Airth Oscar Green

C. W. HARMONY President 3 Donald L Burch G. W. Harmon/

P. C CRAPPS, HI, Vice-President I'' P. C. Crtpps Jr. C. L Johns

A. P. NOTT VktvPrnident P. C. Crapps, III Duke McCalliiter

T. E. ABERCROMBIE Vice-Pretident Robert Engstrom R. F. Moore ,

JOHN P. WIGGINS, Cashier ;.
Director
IRENE C. HINGSON, AuuUnt Cashier Honorary

E. S. Conner


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Only Federal Reserve System Member In Suwannee County



Continuous Banking Service For 63 Years


Member Federal Reserve System l Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation




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FOUR 5UWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE: .OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY "IS, I tiSto



C I Mr. And Mrs. Tallie I. Dasher Society c/Ww5 'publication. pOCdI NOTICE ON SCHOOL Of PUBLIC BUDGET MEAB4NCI .

g ., ....ga.. t* th. s.rovl>.lo>. of .
I A new policy pertaining to society news'in'this'' newspaper 117.11. Florida 8tat...... aotta. I Ie hik
.. ...
,I. that pofcll* .rI.. .hall h ....
I will become effective Immediately it was announced this week. IT th. Cn .tr Board ., "'Ile )nN* ,
tie' of SvwaaBo .
Florida
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The new rules are as follows: 11. 5505. at th* hour of less A on.M Jul, ,:?
1. Wedding and social Information submitted more than 10 th. Board ....tin. -root al tl.. n
...
,
WOMeNCLARA toadrat. Off la 'In AvrlrulTun/
DAYS after such events occur will be reported only In brief form B ,arpoo* *f dlM..ln. with th. ,
ell....
to identify
and will Include only those items deemed necesary of th.* Muntr th* ...._14 School audn
the Individuals or event. of Mid smog. for th. ftoaal roar !b..,'.
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor nine Jgly I. IMI. and ..din, Ju, .
r 2. Bridal publication forma will be provided brides and prospective ISIS. which hudi.t to n..sriry I"

brides on request. Requests can be made either by tele. follow.)

r phone or by letter. Forms will be mailed on request PARTI OpntlBf Paid; Badcx
Here And There ,
3. One bridal picture or engagement will be used without A. BalaM. oa .band at h.rlnnlnt. ,,
..
I -. charge and must be not over 4x5 In size Glossy prints must be C un.,t r..d. 11,00001

Mr. and Mrs W. R. Howes and Jr., and son, Keith, returned on provided and this newspaper reserves the right to determine DI..let f..eIa 1,00000

daughter Judy, spent Tuesday July third after an extended trip, whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut Total. mwnn"

and Tuesday night In Tampa with touring the Eastern states, visit. for use In the newspaper. B. ABtlclpaUd. .... 'tsu
Mr. Howes' brother and stster-1 ing high points of interest In Ontario 4. If more than one picture Is submitted and used charge Stt 11.1.1. I ,,

law. the Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Canada will be made to cover the cost of the additional cut used. ComtrDIMrtet 1:1 1'1 0 n'1"o',

Howes. Mrs. W. J. Nipper and Mis 5. In reporting social Items It Is requested that married Othtr local 1091 miT.t.l 0",
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jordan and Caroline Hart attended the Dowd
women be identified by their husband's name, not by their 1t.14I.'u
children of Albermarle, N. C., left reunion in Cordele, Oa., Sunday 011.
Friday after spending several days Christian names This applies especially to reports of women'sorganizations. ---'

here with Mr. Jordan's brothe C. PravoMd EipmdttarM: t
In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. WSCS Circle Four r.. J 8. Deadline for Items to be used on the Woman' Page must A4r.lnlitr.tloo.ln.tr.etlo I 4M< ?, ,

W. R. Howea. On Thursday Mr. be turned in to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10:00 ajn. 0.......... of rlut Llllksm U.01 .,
Met On Sixth n0
July ....._
ltt .e. |.
and Mrs. Jordan and children, and each Tuesday morning. tat '0n
A"ta' a..Ie! .
Circle Four of the Woman's So- J 11,10'0", ,
Mr. and Mrs. Howes and daughter 7 Telephone number of the Democrat for all news is 362- rii.d Churn it,tut. i"
ciety of Christian Service of the f1 ..
Judy visited Marlneland. 4lf 1734. a. VM i ?,.?

tons Mr.Mike and and Mrs.David James, of Haflln Sarasota. and, First night Methodist, July Church 6, In the met home Tuesday o f M MJ L __ e ._..._. _._ Total -I1.4H': i7r s

Mrs Nell Cannon with Mrs. Bill -
spent last Friday night with her
parents Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Hazen as co-hostess. ilk PART It Do'" Srle* Fund Bee..,

Lee. They left Saturday for The devotional was given b y A. B.1.... o* hood ., WcUmin. ( '
Greenville, Tex, to make their Mrs. Parks Johnson and the program Jrt | |i u- ,
"Living In The Space Age
home. B. Alltlel'.... RwtlpUtft.1
Mrs. C. O. Palmer and daughter by Mrs. Donald Burch. | tl.,. .",
The meeting was presided over local I5.440 .,,
Patsy, and Pam Parramore,
by Mrs Richmond Capell, chairman .
spent last week at Clearwater .y Total Rut" ''J
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Beach. Following the meeting refresh If.
returned
Mrs. W. J. Nipper
ments served the hostess C fmt *t4 a.'lt.....,
were by Mr. and Mrs. Tallie I. Dasher were honored Sunday afternoon
home Tuesday after spending several '.,...t on R.... | 1t.e. ",
days In Oeorgla. She visited es.Present July fourth at their home. 1407 White Avenue by their eight children IntwMl .. Bod 19,0.. I'Ot. '
...
Mrs Donald
her sister, Mrs. Dora A. Boone, In were and their husbands and wives on their golden wedding anniversary. Rw.rse II5/lit of e,
Burch, Mrs Frank Futch Jr. Mr.
Oa Mrs. J. R. Dowdy
Fitzgerald, .
Tom Moore, Mrs. Dan Stainer, T' ulAi .--u: ?
ST., and Mr and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Richmond Capell Mrs. Olyn Placed at vantage points In the living room was a gold wedding ,
,
Youngblood In Cordele Oa., and Duncan, Mrs. Curtis Koon, Mrs. bell surrounded with lace fern and yellow mums and a bouquet of l' sI'
attended the wedding of her niece, yellow t1'l PART fir Capital 1.,..._. "v',
Miss Patricia Bennett to Jackie Parks Johnson, Mrs. Harold Sapp TOM ......
and Mrs John Wiggins. The dining table was overlaid with a lace cloth ever yellow Atone
Howell In Cary, Ga She was ac- 8..... M k4 .l fcoflMl.1.
companled by her sister Mra. end was placed the crystal punch bowL The tbree tiered rake, 'sort | 1111 .

Minnie A. Bohannon, and Mrs. Mrs. Circle topped with three gold bells was placed at the other end. Also on B. Ati.lMt4 RMl....,
Hef field of Miami. Clayton the table were two crystal candelabras holding yellow tapers, lace r4mlSUM 1 17.0.. ,

Miss Betty DeSalvo and Miss Hostess Monday fern, and yellow mums Compotes of mints and Dull were on the N 71,'" ",

Cindy DeSalvo of Mobile, Ala. are t The Helen Masters; Circle of table Tetal .....1. ,

spending some time here with I the First Baptist Church met The anniversary book presided over ky Mrs Waldo Dasher

their grandparents Mr. and Mr. Monday In the home of Mrs. K was placed on a table overlaid with a white linen cloth. Also twe C. Proved Eap.adll.rm,

Jack White. M. Clayton on Pine Avenue with pictures of the honorees made 60 years ago, were on the table anildIn. .a 141,1Ca.pl.t ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch Jr 13 members and two visitors
pres- For the special occasion Mrs. Dasher .
and children Angela and Frank wore a blue lace dress

ni spent the week end at Day- ent.Mrs.. O. B. Dccj Sr., opened the and a white orchid corsage, a gift of her husband She also wore. a .....1. *. **ch .** ...!. MIOf
,lie ....... b.de*! .u.a..d' ..Wr
strand
of from
crystal beads gift Mr Dasher
tona Beach. meeting with a devotional and a a ; o* fll. ..4 .r* ...il. *..k> for .ui
Miss Babsy Phillips of Halne prayer. Mrs. Harold Collins greeted the guests and presented them to hap. re.. ., ,lie *frii* ., .... c.."
City arrived Tuesday to spend a Mrs. H. O. Penuel Mr. and Mrs. Dasher t ir program PlorM*. **4 will, lU* h* ** llo>.. '
few days with Mrs. J D. Martin chairman, was in charge of the Mrs. Royce Thompson cut tho cake and Mrs T. I. Dasher Jr. .. ....u....._,.*(. lo>.u... wHh
rt + vvortlic .W sad hifoniBtto
and son, Gary program with several members presided over the punch bowl. They were audited by Mn. LaVoye a All .. *,.... MI.M* *r* w4i.* ,
Mr. Frank Futch Sr. left Fri. taking part and ..*.... to Mrtkl'*u ta pie ...u. 1..
Mrs.
Botgus Orville Dasher .. .
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day to visit her brother-in-law t. ... ...
floor hostesses and hoits the eouple's six older cacws. .
were
children
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. L fh.lr.a.. ...... N
Local Cult Scout Pack M"' Victor Blume Albert T ....... .......
Jacobs Jr., In Nashville, Tenn. ; Mrs Sieg, I. Dasher Jr. Orvllle Dasher, I. ...
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Mrs Q. B. Dees Jr. and brother, Mans Jacksonville Viiit! Mrs Cedrle McElvern and Waldo Dasher lOmi BABIED-Charlie, the raccoon, may be a sturdy two-

Joe Jacobs of Tallahassee returned Cub Scout Pack No. 88 of this The couple received many lovely gifts and around ISO friends month-old, but be stin insists oa getting his lunch out of a I RCNRT: ... POUOMM>4 awHntoW

last week end from Nashville city will hold its annual picnic and relatives called throughout the appointed hours bottle Charlie is a frequent visitor to a sandy beach at a ;'aar.1 Plhll. iMtTMthMI.
where they had been visiting their Friday. July 18. and will visit. gravel pit In Des Moines Z< I.' ......_ c:....,. ........

brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Jacks \Vl1I.t for the event. Den

Mrs. A. L., Jacobs Jr. fathers and den chief ,win to- McNcill Will Be New Hook At .
Mr. and MrS,'Charles Johnson company the youngsters. Local J !1

During the morning hours, tH 1 Library
local] party will visit the Jackson Instructor For The local Suwannee River Regional CASH REGISTERREMINGTON
Florida Tour Social
tile Zoo and eat a picnic lunch I Library has received the

Events. For VisitorsMrs. there which Is to be furnished by Jet PilotsSAN following non-fiction and fiction MANUAL

George Johansen and children the pack. books. 'a'C
The afternoon will be Non-Fiction; 'Treasurer HuntIng .
of Dhahran Saudi Arabia, highlighted ANTONIO, Tex. Second :-100"
by a visit to TV station Around The World" by Thorn
will arrive July 20 for a month'svisit Chan Lieutenant David R. McNeill Jr.,,
with her father, Randolph net 13 as guests of Skipper Ed on a son of Mr and Mrs. Dave McNeill I I as Helm, is ideal reading for the ," '.
Popeye show. arm chair adventurer and doublesas
W. Mal, and Mrs. Mal
Br. of Live Oak, has been graduated
Departure from a diving guide for the sincere '... a s
Live
This will be the first time Mr. Oak is from the U. S. Air Force pilot 'w" .
Mal has seen his six grandchildren scheduled from the local Elks nstructor course at Randolph I skin diver and treasure hunter ,

who range in age from nine Lodge at 8:30: am. Friday witthe h AJI'B, Tex. Challenge For The Pacific" b, d14, I

to nineteen, and the first time return journey planned immediately Lieutenant McNeill. now trained Robert Deckle: la the behind e ..

he has seen his daughter in twenty after the television to teach student pilots to fly scenes story of the men and machines
show. at Guadalcanal when America .
years.A .
Jets Is being assigned to Moody
tour of points of Interest In AFB. Oa. seised the offensive from

the state is planned for Mrs. Job. I Card Of Thank The Suwannee High, School I Japan. "The Southern Generals 4
by: Colonel Red Reeder Who were
ansen and children as well as sev. I offer my sincere thanks and graduate received: his D. S. degree '
the men who led the Confederate
eral social events apprcelatlon! for the flowers, cards, from Florida State Univer
Troops? What were their quailfl
visits, messages, and prayers, and city He was commissioned upon and 1
cations why were some more
I the acts of kindne. extended completion of Officer Training
KILL ATIILETE'S FOOT GERM my successful than others Colonel. .t
One application of T-4-L stop family while I was a patient In School and Is a member of Kappa Reeder examines the above In a ."
Itch and burning In MINUTES or 'St. Vincent's Hospital Jackson. Sigma. .
faacniatlng study of "behind the 4r
your tile back. In S to 5 days In. vine following surgery God bless His wife. Edith. Is the daughterof scenes" Information. : vwE

Ceded skin sloughs off to eipote each of you la my prayer. Mr. and Mrs A. B. Hanson of
more for Fiction} "The Sentries" by Ed
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THE News RECREATION And Activities CENTER from Adopt Denote Emblem Slow To L8'' YOUR HALTn.( :. From Weather Anna To Bureau Wenda Gives Hurricanes


To Avoid Confusion
By BOY SULLIVAN, Director Moving Vehicle By IJCSTEB I* OOUDULX: BID. Girls' Names

The Minor League baseball Winners In the shuffleboard Washington Names of hurricanes for. the 1965
games July 5 and Little League tournament held last Friday were GAINESVILLE Vehicles such Readers Are Asking season range from Anna to Wenda.
games July 8 were rained out both Dewey Pournelle, first place, as farm machinery traveling at 20 I The Weather Bureau isn't playing games in giving
games were played In the Minor Ricky Breeden, second place, and mile per hour on main rural WHY I* foot car to much slbllltle are almost limitless hurricanes girls' names; it has a serious purpose.
League July 8, with Dodge Dart Debbie Touchton, third place. The highways are about 100 times more Important In the elderly Substances that are eaten (mgestanU Use of short easily remembered names helps to
winning over Roberts Hardware court has been newly painted. more likely to be Involved in collisions AJ one growl older, the circulation ), that are inhaled (Inhalants in the transmission of
10.1 and Masonic Lodge whipping A table tennis tourney will be than vehicles traveling at of the blood tends to ), or that come In con avoid error between widely omitted altogether Before aban.
Suwannee Valley Coop 11.1. held on the patio Friday morning 65, A. M. Pettis agricultural engineer become less active in the legs tact with the body (contact- vital information stations, ship at sea doping those letters, the Weather I
Mixon struck out 12 men In at 9:30.: Florida Agricultural Ex- and feet ants), are all classed as alter scattered hurricane-hunting planes Bureau came up with Queue
four innings for the Darts, while tension Service, says The decrease in the blood sup- gen*. and into the center of the Udele Xmay, Yola Zenda and
he and Patterson each hit a single Art classes for beginners is Often the problem is simply ply reduces the body's defenses It la therefore understandable that fly National Geographic the like
Kastor, and Williams motorist does It often becomes difficult storms, the Though there are only 21 nameson
Mixon available each week day from 2 to that the average ualnat I. local_:infection why
scored two runs each. Noblea hit 4 p.m. with lessons centered not realize how slowly the vehicle The tioeriywho .0- to find a particularoffender Society says each list, there is little chanceof
two triples for the Hardware around the alphabet and object ahead Is moving until it may be have diabetes Just by trial and error. The names reduce confusion running short The largest
team. drawing too late to avoid a collision or any e e cyclones number of tropical disturbances
Sullvian struck out eight in To combat the dangerous clash chrome con d I Ilion I- How often can X-rays of the recorded In the OuH-Atlantlc area
three Innings for Masonic Lodge A beginners class began at the between slow-moving and high must be stomach and intestine be taken 1950. for example, four unnamed In one season is 21. the least, two.
and hit a triple. Bullock scored swimming pool Monday but the speed vehicles National Farm II particularly without the hazards of over- hurricanes simultaneously whirled The hurricane season run from
the only run for Coop one for July 19 is already full. Safety Week, July 25-31, will em- careful about exposure to radiation T across the Oulf of Mexico the June 15 to November 30. Only a
Only one other beginners class phasize the new easilyIdentifiable the care and :Modern X-ray technique are Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic few storm have been recorded before
In Little League play Suwannee will be held. July 26, and those Slow Moving Vehicle emblem, protection of devoted to minimal exposurefor Ocean. Warnings about one storm or after those dates
Ford Tractor beat Ratliff Motor Interested are asked to droy by Pettls says.The their feet diagnostic study were mistaken for another bundreda Weather Bureau officials repeatedly -
Co 13.. and Western Auto edged the pool and register National Safety Council Dr. Coleman The basil of X-ray examination of the of miles away have to declare that In
North Florida Telephone 10-8 August will be devoted to Intermediate of Agricultural good foot care stomach and duodenum can To avoid this kind of misunderstanding naming storms they don't have
the American Society Is, of course, meticulous cleanliness safely be done at yearly Intervals hurricanes In the three individual in
particular mind.
Pournelle had two hits and three classes, Junior life saving and the Auto- of
runs and Harrell two hits and one class, senior life saving class, motive Engineers Safety Foundation joint Feet should be dried and without. any danger area were designated by a phone Yet an occasional angry husband
run for Western Auto and one pre-chool class If time of the emblem, think it powdered to prevent friction, overexposure.The judgment of the physician tic alphabet (Able, Baker Charlie does complain when a particularly
sponsor Mild lubricants
Irritation or blistering. etc.) In 1951 and 1952 In storm bears hi wife's
O'Neal collected two hits and permits one adult beginners class will help reduce this type of traf- the skin toft. or radiologist to use X- I nasty name.
two runs for North Florida Tele- will be held. Dates will be an- keep 1953 the Weather Bureau began Many women write "Please namea
fic accident, If adopted on a nationwide Nails should be trimmed ray 1* based on wellknownrules I '
christening the tropical disturbances hurricane after "
phone while his teammate Jordan nounced later I me.
scale of for maximum
also had two hits and one run Jack Sanford who recently straight across, preferably by safety with girls' name The first Suggestion have been made to
The 8MV emblem li designed so someone else who ha* complete protection. '
joined the Suwannee High School was a minor early-season storm designate hurricane by Greek
that higher speed motorists can control of the scissor Blisters, There U also far too much
Ratliff with called Alice. i letter Alpha Beta, Gamma)
Little League July 18 athletic staff, la assisting vehiclein and fear of with den
quickly recognize a slower callouses, corn Ingrown overexposure
Motor North Florida roster names of animals (Antelope Bear,
vs Telephoneand the beginners In 1960. a semipermanent
tal Xrays.Dentists
be cut
the distance day or night toenails must never by I
Western Auto vs Suwannee other than a professional are careful to avoid of four set of names was Introduced -i Coyote), descriptive adjective
Ford Tractor July 20 North Although the 5-6-7 year old The new triangular fluorescent- anyone specially trained in the too frequent X-rays In adult, A separate set is used each (Annoying Blustery Churning).
16 Inches
Florida Telephone vs Western boys have been practicing every reflectorlzed emblem care of the feet. and they limit particularly, year, beginning with the first or Infamous men (Atolls Blue
Auto and Ratliff Motor Company Wednesday and Saturday mornIng wide and 14 Inches high Is Special care In the choice of X-ray of children' teeth. name In the group After four I beard Cain).
vs Suwannee Ford Tractor. there will be no practice for meant for vehicle designed to well-fitting, soft and pliable In dental X-rays, too, there years the rotation of sets begin Naming hurricane U not a new
farm
Minor League July 15 Su them during August travel below 25 mph, uch as main- shoes is Imperative In the prevention I.: so little radiation exposure again whenever a major hurricane practice. For several hundred
wannee Valley Coop vs Roberts Implements and highway of skin Irritation a that no real hazard need be affects the United States, its year many West Indian hurricanes -
Hardware and Masonic Lodge vs An American Legion baseball tenance and construction equipment frequent forerunner of Infection feared. name ls retired for 10 years and were named after saints on
Dodge Darts July 19 Suwan- team has been organized and a It's not a replacement for *. WMb Dr. CoZe moo eannotttndertaka another substituted whose day they arrived. Resident
nee Valley Coop vs Masonic Lodge schedule to in process. the usual flags reflectors and red e e to answer individual The L965 name are Anna, of Santo Domingo called an 1834:
and Roberts Hardware vs Dodge We are sorry to report that warning IIlhtl.IneJpenslve Can a hair spray produce allerglo letter, "e will ewe r,o4ersqueitlont Betsy, Carol Debbie, Elena. Franca storm "Padre Ruls" for a priest
Darts several Instances of vandalism has durable, and movable symptoms of sneering fa ate column/ whey- .. Oerda, Holly, Inga. Jenny.Kara. who wa being burled when It
been In evidence at the Rec Cen- the emblem can be easily and Itching of the eyes? ever possible/ red warm toy Laurie Martha Netty, Orva. struck
"The Jades' will play for the ter and ask the cooperation of mounted on most farm, highway I Any substance may produce art of general, "Mereit Aidrttt Peggy Rhoda, Sadie, Tanya Vlrgy. A hurricane that hit Florida in
dance at the Rec Center Saturday everyone In stopping persons responsible malntalnance and construction allergic reactions In people who your letter to Dr. Coleman in and Wenda. November. 1935. wa dubbed
night A total of 125 attended the for damaging our facilities equlptment, and does not Interfere are sensitive to them. The pore care of this' newspaper Because so few name start "Yankee Storm" because It moved
one last week with "The Dark and from taking property with the operation of the machine. (C lOIS Wag Full rM 8rnaic t lac) with Q U, X, Y, and Z. they are from the northsff .
Horsemen" supplying the music from the premises It can be seen and Identified at
500 feet or more under practicallyall '
driving conditions -- day, dusk, 3'w v i y
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fig dimethyl tulfoxlde or later met paper industry them safety if you apply recom till ,. tko. .. .. .. dVaerlkod ..... I. ay dotaalt *opy *f old A...., ., De,.... .poa ked and ran Rusts lit yard. to
O for short which la de- 1st to explore DMSO still further. tko Plaintiff, to o,itot tltlo, ... to n..i WITNRM lay kaad ... oral or MM W... Randall poyht.. ,. Moray for Point of kou-lnBlnii tkn.* run
mended insecticides correctly say i flood ,.....,.". .. 01 ..t fart. I. all... Court of Florida. aa tkl. .* Ittk dip of Plaintiff, P. O. Ha* It*. 10.. .... Flor Mouth: III yard, t1..* raa Soul
from the Lignin (a rummytanee Used on a chemical bum. pain John Strayer assistant entomologist. c........... enjoin aad mtrala. ton o, Jun*, till. I id. an or tolor. Mid dal*. ... rqurd! ktk Ul ,....at thus* run Nnrtk Itt
that binds the fibers to- relief was immediate and the Inflammation Extension ..,... from .._1.. any ,...... tltlo.tnterMt. LAVAVGHN Av SE8RION .tow. ., Ik* Slat of .'.Id.. If ,. yard.; tkear ,. W... ITS ,.N.
Florida Agricultural rlato. or demand, .la ., .. Mlland. Cork ol Clrr.lt Court fall t. ... aa, dm* pro _r.*.. will I* 'point of eeflnalnf! ...... .. I
rc r) in b'ee.t. Now undergoing was reduced: the Service ., ... *.*ry part ., ..... ......., Ryi a/ Lillian RaitfordD .to *atrd .....n. ... for tk. rIM, arre*. more or to...
gent tests to determine an Its same thing happened with a few, sad from proeoratinc. or attentpttap; toproeeeate Hly Clerk ......... la **.M ........... Yoa and oaiik af yoa are hrreliy .** *
The entomologist offers a aay .lt la .ulty I .''.. .t .1. Tto .....* of **M *all to t* Nh.hl'.h. 'Mr aatlfled tk.l VIRtilL rt>tX and
peutlc properties and pos- sprained ankle. A series of tests precaution to avoid injury o r law. to oktala ..NUb. of tltlo to tk* till* .. tko. r.1I".... d.rrltod ..... IIk hto. wife. KATIE RILLS POTS filed.
some of Its hidden dangers.SO on animals hones, monkeys, ..11..1... dewrlked real .'.,.. Ilet l ... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD Plaintiff' .. .."1.1 till aad t* n. Ikelr. ...... C_....,.. hi the <<:t......
contamination when using o r ... .hi ......".* County, Florida, ,.* JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ,FLORIDA.. ..** .laiid. .....*..*., .. al funk I.I I.1. Court of Suwanaeo ("....,'. """' 101. 4
has proved valuable as a dogs rats with various ailments handling toxic materials: wee t IN AND FOR SUWANNCE COUN sold -." ... .. yo. mln.t y.a aad eorh of alt a* defndint -
ii killer tranqulllxer and it ev- convinced the West Coast paper whlNmta..etlot. I I. tk(5.T..1h LI-a TY. IN CHANCERY or ...,. fron .Joo'I..... eeeklnt In aul.l the title' of tko
Before opening the contain ,* on aid 1'10._ till. Inlor**!. .. or ..._... In or I. pI.o11Na. "** ..*... oowrlked real I
I helps other drugs to do their company that DMSO had medicinal read the label thoroughly.: Be sure of B"' .** Street 11* fort .... ol Oklo LARENCI: C. MURPHY *.M ...01.. .... .**ry part .* ar *I ',piety .lot.,.4 .I. ...._ Cu py.
Ik. Sinusitis arthritis and value of considerable poten- Aue,tk.aoo ranalnc aorta. ....I- ."'.IIN. ,.....,. ... front pnworatlnp or at. "In.ld..
it's recommended for use in your 11 wltk. Ohio Aaa. It* feel to .... '...11.. to "......l* sap lull. .In *q.lt" You ..* fartker "...h, notiried tkal
Mills have responded well to itsUical Ual. The company secured patents situation. Mix materials out-of tko. ..,.. aid. of Da..l '....1. VIRGINIA F1ORENCE: .HURPHT .. ...... al law to ...... po*.**.lo. .ke ,.., day of .... Ho'.... ,. Defend
powers the American Pa- built a plant to produce a ...... Wt ... .. tko aoatk iMo of IWfanil.at.NOTICE .. tltlo lo Ik. lalhiwlnp ........... ra.tat I ,. July II. ..... and yaa ikall .. aald
well-ventilated
doors or in a room D*.., 8trt 1* fl, tkonro south TO APPEAR *, !}!., sad Mot I I. Rvwaano* IN.'p of fay df.a.e, Ifny.
Institute reports purified form of DMSO. and signed near a source of water. To avoid parallel,. with Oklo Areaae !.. feet TOt I VIRGINIA FLORkNCK: MURPHY' twinty, FlorM.. to-wltt apoa AIRTK. SKLLRRS LEWIS
actually. DMSO has been on thee an unusual agreement with of to tko aartk aMo ., 8.1_ Stroot, .10*,* addr*.. .. ."..... ,., Tto Wt Null ., .1.1 II and LaU .,l..r.... f.r pl.latlff..h.. addrxa to .
I billowing of dusts or splashing tkoo Eaat .brat the. aortk ..Mo .. ...... ..., ..... ..111.. ....*.. II, II .... I1.. Rlmk. 4t, ol tko. III W"
for almost 100 years. Dls- the Board of Education of the liquids, open container very carefully Halao Street 1* root to Ik* ...., wa* St.. Ptrkuro. Ftorloal Tow* of Rn.f"':d FlorMa. arrord. P5..'.. and Iramedtolilly'NkerolNe/Tlto.. L'
ered in Oermany: about 1867 State of Oregon to share 50-50 all .. ......1.... Y..r. arky aollfM tkal t Complaint l.* to tka mat of Sawanar Rl,.r I5./Ila.l af ..... hi Iko. .'r.., of tko
: Tko *.... of tko' Court la ..Ie.... laid Park. aaM plat af ... tola Ctork. .. I". Clrralt ,
for 01. ,. ... 1... ...... la. th. Ik* Court Iko ....,.
used as a solvent and an antlte. the profits derived from It. Six Measure exact amount of matertal alt ... keen- ....UI.... to tk. Clnall l .... ..... c...... sad p.. ..* ro.alrd ....,.-.! Q....... al Rlwk. /1. l.. .\InfeL:"'II"I{ :.rwl.a a l>e*"* Pro
its possibilities as a wonder pharmaceutical houses' are now the label to CNN ., tko Third Judicial CI...... of t* **rv. sop af ,.. A.._, a. lit ... tolni iltadod In ...,'.. I'.
prescribed on Florida. In aad for Bawaaaee Tnwa.klp. I '0.1.. ... ... WIT EM .M'aTliaVtk'oeaTof
: County .,..*. ploaillac t. tk. Complaint. ..... II 1: I
Eg were revealed in a strange showing great Interest in the tests mix the amount of spray needed rbrM..d tko akkrrtatd till. t..I!<. tto' Plalntirf'a Altonray R..yo A.n... Tko. a... al tk. Court I. .h.." ..... ,.k. .... Oeurt .. L4o I..... .......
y recently while working with and tome hope that eventually: It material directly toInfested MOM lai Tk W....'. Clot of Lin P. O. tin .... h..,. Ph..'.. ... fltoIto tilt. .kai torn .........,... |I. ,.K. final ('....,. PM'1... Ikl. Ika. |4lk. day ..
Apply: spray : Oak. orparattoa aol for 'font.55. ortoln.l In tto ." ... ., tko Ck>rkIk .. (:?"" .* '". Third. J.dltol r....... .. I.... ||..'
poisonous Insecticide and a will be available on prescription surface or area. Avoid waaaee Coaaty, Florida. Ftolatlff.I ,iooMoal : Clrrall Co.rt ol Sawanao* ,.....,.. P1.: ,'. 1..4 for Saw.nn foanlr tAVAlTQHM. IKUdlON
ntlty of DMSO paper company presumably at the corner In house P 1. aad Counts Railroad Cola. LI.. Ok, P5..'., on or tof.ro Ik. lotk FlorM*. ...db* ..,.' till to aat rle," af tk. Cln.lt Count
treatment of Urge areas ..... ol ak t>*,*..., day of 1..1,. ..... II yoa run .. *oal .. ...". hl *.11e Now.IL Plaintiff n. .** c..." FlarMaBy
\ mist and his assistant became drugstore and me spot treatments) only.: Wit.*.. ." ...... aa Clerk. ol tko. Or- Ik. ..... .,,,....*. Ik* .11........**"Itk W. N. M.II..I.. .| .1 L |>.'......,.. : IRALI5..a.
Iremely: sick: subsequently, itfi Meanwhile the mystery of how foods dishes alt han ... ft-ol ./ tkl. CNN I. U.. ('....1'...., will to ,..*a aa *.mf**.rd. Wit... at IP .k.nd a* Clrk. *f Ik. Clr. i 'I Llltlaa Ra Remove or cover 0.'. ......* e..I,. FlorMa. Ikl. Seth. DONE tad ORDKRKD .. LI* ," .. rail Court aad Sol .. Hid Court .In Dopaty (''',,,
determined that the DMSO it does what it does remains unsolved. toys fish bowls and pet feeding .day .. Jim*. A. D. ell ......... Coaaly. Florida. tkto.. Illk* d*.y Jr'.J Ie..*. ......< ('0..1'. ,........ ...
._ helped the insecticide penetc Researchers do not yet understand containers before spraying. Store SKAL) LAVAUGHN ., ".... A. l>. nu.LAYAUGNN. thlE.AI41 .., .* *""" *. ". "*..

} their ..ltlna.ter. DSMO's "mechtnlum of .. ....A.. SESSIONS: DEMIONSriork 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP PLOR.
pesticide materials .in their origl Ckrk CI. Crt ol flravlt Court / LAVAtTONN A. RCRSIONfl: IDs THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
the same thing happened action" and still have considerable nal container with a l.beL h..._ Coaaty, Florida II...., ('....1'. FlnrMaHy Ctork *l Clraall ('..., AND FOR SUWANNEE
Tat ....... :::N1ilY.
1/ Ulll.a Radford, U.C, ... Coanly, Florida' "
Store all toxic household ma ,." GEORGIA I. _""IIKetR. aVMai.Ptalnllff. .
IN THE CIIICUIT COURT OP THI .
terlals In a locked room or cab- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND' I IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK IN' THC: CIRCUIT COURT OF TMI .
net out of reach of children. Washout POM SUWANNS.E COUNTY' FLORIDA. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O r aICNARD.aD JONER. .. al..
empty bottles or cans before IN CHANCtav IN AND FOR pt105105. IN AND FOR SUWANNIE ..". ,
r'rl HALL HAMUKN COUNTY. IN' CHANCeRY COUNTY IN CHANCIRV NOTICE TO DEFEND
Only$399 destroying them. Wrap the bottles aad CRKTCHKN: Msg.SELL RILL TO QUIET TIILEfEUA CLIMOTNSiTHOWAS.DIN *I TOt
role in paper, break them and perforate DRIMKMAN.Ptahillfra.. D. HOW:... MATTIR : TSICNAITDJON1ti wkM* plae* afudeae
nslllunolIR ,...lIff IUTHIR C. IIICIIONB. JR, aad aad addr*.* ta a*.
cans to prevent any further "I.OEO.GI. w.. LATAMER CIEMONST k....1 MART, THlt.." IRCaETT.
/ INhPete use of the container Burn paperor t. RATI. *t ..., W, R. MtlLVAIM. .t .1 '..I.lIt. ..Mw plat' .. .*.....*..* to Palm' ......
rM ...... ('..
*< P.t..dust.NOTICI a.ROSIR ". Florida l R. E. JONES: ._
cardboard containers and avoid NOTICE TO DEFEND TO DIUND CIEMON: .1 at, rlaee. .f ,*.101...* to Celumkto Coaaly
ELECTRIC the smoke because it will con THE STATE: OP ILOSIIA1 IN THR HAMS OF I>. ......,. r-torMai, JOHN .,. RNOWLRR: and ktowife
CENTRALAIR Tilt Oooroo S. : *koaa r.ld**>* THE RTATR OF FLORIDA TOI I LIMNS CI.RMONS: HRUMRLEY CLARA RNOWLFR, k**
tam n toxic materials. Bury or placein aad .IIIR =. to .>iaawai TO. Rees: al Ike. .lellowla ....d MIMa.N. II...,* 1. Tlfion, Ooercto N re.ld.nre la Rreward ..:.. =
\ the ashes broken bottle ..... D. E. ..... vaooo- plus ., _lOoaoo .. ...... "' 01_*. ,....., TOI ALICE CLKMONS WATER Quit.ma Ida i C N. DROWN aad THOMAS M..
garbage I aad aulHa* old,.* to .......1 and ..,...., ..* ....-. ,..... *, fleert.TO RAE, .5.. plaro: of realdeaeo to R*<
CONDITIONINGand *, and perforated cans. H. A. ......... .kao .... of ml.doar W, R. Mrtlnln. F, Mrlltala WU. l A f>eoeo.ed lUaekler af .. F. .....* "'...1,. ....i ... ,...1. re.tpertlr .
Wash hands thoroughlywith sal _II.. M'_. to ...-.. ll.m R M.llvlae, A*.
your N. H. ".1.oaaloa sod ." .".. III''.. Fraak. ".lIwtl... ,..It"* M.lltaliw. .H llrlno *r .dead, i.... and ... tad If ...... IS.. ....... ...1.* .. tow,
plenty of soap and waterafter .....*..._ oath of ."-.. pS*. ol J... F. Wklt. R.kerl A. l.... Wl.11.I. |. b Mn ...-. ....'... .. ...._ ar "*
LP-GAS CENTRAL pesticide. ....w.Ie ........ T..... .... ....* llant Mill..la*. J. M "oQ.**. .... Too, ad. *..k. of ,.*, are kmky a.tl. .MI or partto* tolmlai ky, Ikreu.k.
using a malllac ....... to Itl McFarUaHoatorard. II....... l..l* M. M.I/.la.3.M Itod Ik.t. a kill. af _.10.... to parti.Itoa idor or atalaal them and say *ad all I
Italia*. Tnal, H. A. ..>.. F. _.." ... R. F. ......... 11:. C. F, Ik. ..1....... doMrlkod properly, ...... lalmln. aay pi/,.., into, ar la1.u.1 .
do*, va*... ..... ol raldoa>. I* ... Raarke*. .. I. S.ark.t, Helen C.O ...wit I ITk la or ,... .... tk. ,.1 property
HEATING trouble in explaining Its clinical _._ (...... FhwMai W.lt.r JMrr Warnr. PMti Wklt*, J.ka J.Roklaeoa Norlkweet Q....., ., Ika. 5. i a.,1 11I_'.
SYSTEM ffecUveness. ***), ... a-ll*. AI.... U .".**. J. ... ......,., M. M. .._..... Q"... of Re.lloj I. ;;'kN-r.-'i": : : .. .
N.h .5 : p'.5 .., ". MLa..l 11."'._. J. H. Va.eld. J... Ftol.k.. t....$,. T _I'. ..... IL:.... Tea ..* ....." notified ,..., pro.eodlai .
.: ::. Ptorldai .. ,: Mryaoa. < or WkNa. Tk* tI..... ........., oalalalo* It are*, moro ar 1..*. to autol lltto k.* aeo* kraaikla
COOUNO COIl ....* plao .. _.....*. to Coo ..,. Rank. ,..11.. ..11I....... Irla* aad Mlat I* Bawaaae* Coaa.ly. : Ike Or.II Curl foe Sowaa.* Cooay. <
DUO SYSTIM ........ C..." Florida i Clan. Cor.kott C. a ...1......***. I... ....'. K.Weotkonoee FtorMai" FWWIa, ...,.., all poreoo* .l......
Public NoticesIN Hryoaa, .aoo* ...* ol rlda N. N. U_., Itallto Las keea Mod ...,... ,.. aid ...k .. lay ..1.'., ..... tltlo or l Ia iorei .In *r
t* ....... ea..I,. Ftandai, Harry Oran, Carl D. h.". Rd: "...11... ,... ... yea are -..... .. aore* 1 1 to* BOO uh.* '.1........ dWormed real I
... W'II") _. .... ..... of _Wa** C. I). !..,. O. K. II..... .". l>. E.r ..*, ., ,., '.._ or .... .. .. Ikormaplalal ,irooerly .1..... IB S.oaaae* .,.....,
I* tra.al (ou"l,. Florida i C. J. 5.". <..cktry, Amy Corlao II.....'", apoo Iko ,,.,,,,,,,.' A"....', .1.r'' .. loolttUl .
ooo, vkoM ..... af roald.a** to Dad* J A. I1.thN..m Rimkeaa, Mra.M Wm. R.ad.ll Sl.'a...,.., P. O. Roa III. V, I. It aad II, la Rto II.of .
mil CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "'_.'". Florida i Fraak. Mry,oa, oikoMKtoo .. neat. J.mu Wealkonkeo, I.I. 11,1. P1..'.. aad file Ik. ortolaal. Railroad Addition. lo Iko t):
THIRD JUDICIAL CIIICUIT OFFLORIDA. ol .id to Hod Toaaty, Nellie WeotkenoM.. W. H' Lrto ....-. or aleailla. ..* ra Ik* *irt'. of Ik* 11'. ,... ......... ht |.k. RH JIM
IN AND fOIl SUWANNtE Florida: aad laolr ,* ...<* .. .. On* J. l>*tle, Mrorlt Deato: ( .... ol Ik. I (real! Co.H. I.Ire Oak.rtorMa KRIS af Reeltoa II. Tewtuklo. |
COUNTY. W. CHAMCIRV .p...*. II M.la.. sod H dud lklr' Wllltoai' H. W.th..l..11.' an or Min Ik* lied ..., .. S5./h. Race II K..U
RILL TO Quite TITLE ......* ..... at la., ....-, kxatooa. Weaikonko:*. Var* M. ''..IL H. h'',, A. D. I.... if y.* ear, ,. waieelIk lad you ar* krky reaalred I. fllo wish
THE WOMAN'S CLUR OF use OAK or .'.- or ..- aorooa. N. CoraeH. ....'. Wr.iWr.fcpeOalooa. .* Mma, .....,.'. Ik. admt ky IM Ctork .5.e11 Coart I., a...,
a oot for profit. *l lawaa* or aanto. ...,.... "". ,.-... ... T. I. <>.lr*. Jr.. Eluka J. "..... will M lakea ...1..] re aaduk defoaaM o* ....* pS.Ni.a! In push pro-
-.y..aw....,. .......... .>* or a...., tao. .. aad any aad all trey W. Iteleea, Vtola (1.1_, > .. yoa ,. Ik* raltol,. ..*.... In Ik. .*.dl.*. o* or aofero Iko tlrj day ..
rII'. nr.... ........ aay aiaM, r.*.... lk..p Oroea T...., R. It. Taraer, iptolat.Doo lily, till, Bad: to ee.* a up, tkereotBP
(UIIIAef till* or latori la. or lloa oooa I a.roal ,. .. Mewelk. ..... N...11. N.nreen sad ....... I. l.l.* Ck. FVr.Ikl 'It''.'"'. ..._.**, IRtrl SRLUS .
PLNAM'm.A AND OEOROIA RAILROAD yraoorty ...... doorrlaod. or W.Hea llrora Ctortro .... .Ida. .... day. ol I..., A. D. .till.lLAVaHOMM ( (: a LRWIR III .... Ii.....
COMliIISOReONOTNIIi UlMFANT. ol ai.IMeodoet N .'.. M. C. ......*. I...... Well. 1.IAL. '1...., I..>. 00.... .......... to tk* Com.ptolal .
*: I :/It' "Ti.1.nnl\.' IIOI.IMRaikrya w.,... Fmmllt 11. "... 1, SESSIONS: lk**..* ...,'. at tko. Calato.ti.kt. .
NOTICE 0 OtFtNDIM Y. .. h.S. .NNS.4 Ib.5. pus ..I CalkerlB" aN..ll lush of tlrealt LoartIN ; lit to a* r.,....! ,. ar Ito* apoaSI
This LOW Rcrce Irxlvd 1OTH :7,0001W TMR "*.I OF THE I-It. N a1. INM ... .... b..hl ".:., Ckeoey, Arto Ran 1., ..... doo.rlkd property, ."1_.
or FU>RIDI I.. 'M l'w..N C.. ICs.___ C... fkooey, M.o I. H.uk. botolky fart Ml o* raomet will
Hvctrk air conaiHwntr arid 70,000 ITU LF-GM fumoce. 'TO TAT..... ., tko ..--. ..... 0.MM _. ,.. ,...... ...-. MI --" ....... M. M.w.h... tori N..l.., 0... THjy CIUCIIIT COURT or PIOR-: t.-*. too ky d f lt.
Mel. .. wkooa ..... .... -..... '.b' eel., ..... M. L*.key, ....- ......*. IDA LAIRD JUDITIAI' ctmrilif 1ANd N .1..... m* kood .11M ..... el tkaoald
Tile e.n rsI d, ee eyaNsu y.M' ehiss.. M.p ,.. -- .. ... -. =. .: ".. :" ;. ....... .:= JeoootM PL Ioooa, Leek W. IBM* FOR SUWANNtE I OWN Court at .lee Ook RowaoBoa floooly. -
Rent .. rh.N..s fedoy end welt skew ,. Kew TM P..b ..4 -arb 5.n.C..p.p. -4 I... ...._ .. ....._ e.... IVer** N ClMoey. aNr, o.d lit IN CHANCERY. ,. ,..... IsNM. Ilse dip of 3...,
ye eel'It I.... .. I...... 1_ N. INe.L.Mr I I,. $ ......11 ..5.51AN .h... .p. ",..tar'. rove ..4 kto. ."*. I//1'
hi ta Install a central air ceoWitUnlrtg and Heating a M. Pa..MM, J.h.P.r. .. .. ...... w.. If. .. ... ('It" :=. d.5... n.. ..41.:: ATIR SILLS Fill. "LA..*', """ A. RRRSIONRISRAL
twig tyfIn _. ..= :: h.hl.r. ....wInm. .5 Uwe 0.5. .-'_ M 'Mp ,..1 iiinir*. M.ICM. ... to all per.ooo ,....."*. 'Ur-. .*. ""....' *.".
yewr preset .r ew (MMMI. nosy bvdf tenm. ...... a-.... $..... .1&... 5. .5 'M _..1 T-. I.... or poHto .toml.o" ky,J''I ... )
0.-, ....._ P..I .. WU-. of _... bp IM 0-.. c BaoW o* us.'., ikom I. N. WOOD ... RtSRII ..000.I. .y| .' lllltoa" Rdfr4
_. L.pl a w 11... h..y IM I per***. ....... cap .1.1./ ..rMA.a.NOTICI 0..., Chart
ANwm ofT 0-fHooee....,.L ...PMo...... Wort Siotoo, :::7. Ta. .:.: :: 5.. Ulore In la* bad. ...... ......'. TO DEFEND ..1
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TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 15, fees


that only passage of a bond Issue enshlp confine our remarks to period for answering expires.No I keting cards this year. Although
Funeral Services Film Sunday At Last Rites For will provide the funds needed to facts and permit each other Individual date for hearing will be set duplicate card will be issued to
assure facilities so badly needed. the same right to an until the matter la presented to I replace cards which are lost or
Held For Westwood Baptist Rowland Held Thus revaluation is tied to opinion each of us Insists that we one of the circuit judges of this stolen any misuse of such cards
Sunday schools and schools tied to revalu- have. circuit. may result In a reduction in next
ation.A It is only when one of the parties County commissioners at their I year's acreage and poundage
Mrs. FullbrightFuneral Here July 9 insist that his point of viewis meeting here Saturday: expect to quotas. Regulations! make warehousemen *
I their work as a boardof I for
.A few counties in this state i correct that discussion stops complete responsible the safekeeping
services for Mrs. Irene William Jennings Rowland, have been revalued and have come and arguments begin. Who ever equalization on the 1963 assessment of marketing cards while
Grace Greene Fullbright, wife of Jacksonville resident, and son of up with new total values that can heard of winning an argument role aa presented to them they are in, their possession.
W. P. (Red) Fullbright of Route Mrs. John H. Rowland Sr., of this give an indication of what might over matters of .such wide variance Monday by Gray. .
3, Live Oak, were held at the An- > E city, and brother of former 8u happen here. ? Assessor Gray announced earlier No. 4
tioch Baptist Church Sunday,July wannee County Court Clerk John Hub Gray told me a few weeks It Is to be hoped we will do a lot this year: that be would begin sink Run is just upstream from
11, at 3:00: pjn with the Rev. II. Rowland Jr., now a resident of ago that he expected reassessment of discussion and precious little reassessment of all property In and Is proving to
John Hutcherson. pastor of the Fort Myers, died at his home in of property in this county to arguing.By this county to comply with state the picnic area ,
be popular, Hale said. A bridge
Antloch Church, officiating Jacksonville July 7. meet current state law would result following this practice law in October 1966 and that he built over the run to
has been
Mrs. Fullbright died suddenly Funeral services were held here in taxable property values growth will come at a rapid pace had asked the board of county
to two naturetrails.
at her home in the Antioch Com Friday afternoon, July 9, In the around the fifty million mark.I and needs will be met. commissioners to provide funds provide access
60
minutes to
One requires
which to do the wort. Thetentative
chapel of Suwannee Funeral with
munity Friday, July 9. think he Is in line with his and the other about 30
She was born August 15, 1914, Home, at .:00 pin. with the Rev estimate with the amount other No.2 budget now being studied cover minutes. Both offer opportunities
Ga., and had re- Bill Pierce officiating counties that has this by the board provides $40.-
at Oglethorpe completed
been equalized by asteatment of to see the beauty along the river"edie
the past Rowland was born at Clyatt 000, the amount Gray requested
for
aided in this county work found met requirements of all real property at just valuation banks.No. .
10 years. She was a member ol sTONY vllle, Oa., July 7, 1909 and was a the law. and for entering such future for this work.Comptroller. and :. .
the Antioch Baptist Church and meat distributor at the time of It takes no mathematical genius decrees orders Green stated recently -
or
the local Elks Auxiliary She was death. lie was a member of the to figure that a valuation of to accomplish the as equal are and necessary proper that his office was preparing 5
a sales clerk and sold monuments. Methodist Church. BO million means a mill would assessment and taxation of real a handbook for use in complying graph assessment In this county
Survivors in addition to the The deceased was divorced. produce $50,000 In taxes. It is estimated property within the county. with tM assmsment law is 1.932.560 making the $18,383.-
husband include three brothers, Survivors in addition to his $150,000 would be need. Alfred T. Alrth will serve as attorney and earlier this rear said he would 501 total
Eugene Phillip Greene, Pompano FONTANEA mother and brother include a son, ed to retire a two million bond for the Board of County insist gnat aa assessors comply Gray does not set the value of
Beach, and Tom Allen Greene and film of the life story of Tony Don Rowland Gainesville; three Issue, which would mean three Commissioners in his role as wit hthe law' In preparing future railroad and telegraph propertyIn
of sisters, Mrs. Inez Jones and Mrs. tax rolls. is
both assessment
Willie Hubert Greene, mills. county. This
Fontane, a radio and TV singer county: attorney. He said here the
Amerlcus, Ga. will be shown at the Westwood Albert Saunders, both of Valdosta This means We can have good Wednesday morning that he would made In Tallahassee and must be
Serving as active pallbearerswere Ga, and Mrs. Banks Thayer, school facilities for No.3 I
only $3.00 accepted.
Baptist Church July 18 at 6.4Spm : per also represent Gray and Green as
Laure B. Roberson, Lonnie I High Point, N. C., and one grand 11,000 valuation and what fatheror long as their positions were consistent also for a reduction in the acreage Homesteads in this county are
Nelson, Lamar Hancock, Thomas This Christian musical depicts. child. mother would refuse to pay with that of the ooard. '"and poundage quotas for a farmif I valued at $8.764.50 for IMS.
Musgrove, John Cameron, and the life of Tony and his wife, Pallbearers were Lem Hughes, $30 per year for good schools on He explained that he did not fore- 'I any producer on the farm i Other property on which tax la
Bill t&ughlnghouse. Kerry, as they portray themselvesIn Thomas Musgrove, Alfred Alrth the $15,000 home in which they see disagreement or conflict of Interest I makes any false report with respect not paid but which is included in
Honorary pallbearers includedJim the film. The movie combines Jack White Bill McLeod. and' live. In replying to the suit or to the production or mar- !. the total county valuation is fully
Roberson, Felton Roberson, music the language of the soul Laure B. Roberson. defending it when necessary ketings: of the tobacco grown on exempt such as churches.
Sam Roberson Henry Roberson, with a most thrilling testimony.The Interment was In the Live Oak Thus we need to engage in' as Service was made on the defendants the farm, or falls to account for schools etc. $779.425; land held
Bobby Nelson Franz Driver, Ernest public is cordially invited to Cemetery with Suwannee Funeral much discussion u we desire July 2. Alrth said he the disposition of any tobacco. by the county on tax certifJcat
Short Frank Lee, and Jim come and see this film. Home in charge. of. arrangements* about such matters but in the interest would file an answer on behalf of Holmes urged all farmers to be $68.493: and land held by the UF
Carmichael. of fair play and good cltlz the defendants Wrote the 20 day especially careful with their mar- of the state, $7410.
Burial was made Monday after- Arb Peanuts Are
noon at 4:00 p.m. in the Pompano Firefly Shipment Leaves
Beach Cemetery with Suwannee Suwannee County
Funeral Home of Live Oak in Suwannee County 4-H Club members Planted Here At

charge of arrangements will close their firefly project
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July have 30.been Four provided camp for scholarships the top Experiment SiteI
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Funeral Services collectors in the project that began Twenty bushels of arb peanutswere Back To School
May 7 at the request of apace planted this week on a half

Here ThursdayFor agency officials. acre at the Suwannee Valley Experiment -
Another 1000 fireflies were Station under directionof I
shipped from here this week to Station Director Dick Lundy.
LisleFuneral I NASA for use in experiment dealIng The material for this plantingwas LIVE OAK'S Fashion Leader"
with life in outer space, furnished thru the Suwannee
services for William Club members are being asked River Soil Conservation District
Avery Lisle, who died at the local this week to turn in all fireflies by the 8C3 plant materials center
hospital July 12, will be held they have to local club leaders for at Arcadia, John Hampton, _
Thursday (today) at 3:00: pjn. at consolidation into a county ship- local technician, said here this / 0 -r
the Beulah Baptist Church. The ment. week.: .1
Rev. Clarence Parker and the Rev. .
This peanut is adapted for
Willie Newman will officiate at DemonstrateHarvester planting in a pasture with a grass
the last rites. such as Pensacola Bahia and pro :
Mr. Lisle was born October 22, At Experiment StationA vides a needed source of nitrogen
1889, and was a native of Lafay- mechanical harvester demon, Hampton said it takes about two .
ette County.He stration will be held at the su- to three years to secure: a good JJLANsL1
was a member of the Beulah wannee Valley Experiment Stationon I cover with the peanut during
Baptist Church in this county and the White Springs Road Friday which time only limited grazing Is
was a retired farmer morning, July 16, beglnnng at 8.00: possible.

His widow, Mri. Etha Lisle, waslisted ajji.This When the plant becomes well
as the sole survivor. harvester is one of the few established, sprigs will be made
Burial was to be in the New types of cropper-harvesters In the available for Increased plantings
Hope Cemetery at Mayo under country and is now undergoing Hampton further said.
direction ot UM June B. Deuitala tests at the local. experiment sta /iWIP\
Funeral Borne of Live. Oak.
1 tion.All farmers in the area are incited -J No.1 '
Cotton is the largest single to witness the demonstra To solve our school problems we 1trryIIJJ/ t1 ( I
earner of foreign exchange. tion.J I also need a calm approach. I
think what Is needed here in the
way of better schools has been flu i \ W9't.

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I BY MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH

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Hrunfortl FFA Member! MisH Annie Ix'ona Hall Unitnl In Marriage F

+ ta At Forestry CampTwo With Floyd Nowt-11 Sptvirs In Hranfonl

Branford PTA member. The First Baptist Church of Branford was the netting 4ry
Alan McCail. OBrien. and Kenneth For the wedding of Miss Annie Leona Hall of Jacksonville,
Ol nn. Wellborn. are attend formerly of Branford and Floyd Nowell Spears" of Jacksonville
ins a forestry training camp at
'. OXeno State Park this week. Saturday July tenth at seven-thirty in the even
t A total of 111 FFA boys are attending ing with the Rev, Robert Ill. Blackburn officiating
Hall Is of -
Mill the daughter ,
annual
W the Slat camp
}'t which la divided Into two one Mrs Annie Hall of Branford. sleeves tapered to calls lily points
Vft week sessions. The nupUal vows were exchanged over the wrist and were fastened
The camp Is sponsored Joint! against a background of can with row of tiny silk covered but
by the Florida Forest Service dkllght. greenery and flower. tons. Th bouffant skirt featured
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"" 'J'"' ,, Florida Forest Products Industries Forming the setting were two a wide panel In front embroideredwith
:. .' and the Florida Future ironse seven-brsnch candelabra, sequins and seed pearls. panels .
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\' '., '. .. and one large basket of white termtnsted In the bark In a circular
- honor attendant's In and
like the gladioli
mums chapel train. She wore a crownof
Hawkin. Exchange Nuptial Vow pastel shsde Each carried crescent Mrs Robert Fletcher, organist pearls secured to a triple veil of
bouquets of full mums with played the traditional wedding I sheerest Illusion The bride carried
Rodney Hall Mrlmm In Church streamers matching their gowns. i music and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch i a bouquet of tiny orchldi and
: Pam !I* klns. niece of the' sang "0 Love That Wilt Not Let pink Sweetheart roses.
I-- 8 Linda Faye Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs +
bride, was flower ,lfl Her dress Me Oo", "Whither Thou Ooest", I Mrs. hail wore a pale blue crepe ee
of O'Brien, and Rodney Hall Mcinnis
son
'I Uke of the and Love"
was fashioned that 0 Perfect dress with black accessories and,
.. C. C. Mclnnis of O'Brien, united in marriage
were
honor attendant and carried a Mrs Manuel Starling, sister a corsage of pink ixwebuds. l".
June 27, at 3:30 p.m in the Magnolia Baptist I lace basket of flower petals\ the bride, wore a floor Of. Following the ceremony a re* 4
h. with the Rev. N. 1... Martin officiating- Jerry Mclnnis. brother of the dress of petal pink satin It (' ceptlon was held In the church
Palma and fresh emerald foliage groom served u best man. Usher tuned a belle aklrt and a annex. Th. bride's table was covered
formed the b.ckground for the ding Prsyer"Mr were Billy Ilswklns and Bobb popover top which was accented with a white damask cloth r +
ceremony, eftttrtnchll WM a I *. Bobby Hawkins matron of IIn kina. brothers of the bride, with sequins of a deeper shade of centering the table was the three- r y
large basket of whit gladioli and honor wore a floor lencth dress Mickey Dempsey and Jerry Slo* ptnk. She carried a nosegsy of tiered wedding cake decorated In
mums with standing baskets of of white chiffon over tight bin cum. Gary Hawkins waj Junior white carnations and pink Sweet pale pink and white. Two miniature
white glsdtoU on either side. One taffeta with a rounded neckline usher heart rose The matron of honor wedding bell crested the e
fifteen-branch two nlne-branch, scoenting the floor length skid Erie Cason, cousin of the bride, wore a circular headpiece of pearl cake. At one end of the table was
two _seven-branch and two three was a bustle effect attached to was ring bearer, he carried a and a short ",11. placed a crystal punch bowl and
brand) candelabra. aQ In brass, the back walstlln with a taffeta white satin pillow with the wedding T M. Hoyt of Jacksonville at the other an arrangement
complfted the decoration roM. She wore a matching headpiece ring tied on with white served the groom as best msn. white gladioli and pom pon 0'1' t. Li
Marline the family pews were and carried a crescent bouquet satin ribbon. Usher were Manuel Starling and Th bride la a graduate of M+ 't#
whit satin ribbons and wedding or full mums with stream The bride was escorted to the Sonny Sandlln. Branford High School I
bell, en to match the town.Mrs. altar by her father and given Inmama. rot her wedding the brtds worea I Following a wedding trip to
... floor length gown of peso d, mountains
Mis Olorta Davis\ platdh. Billy Hawkins Miss Cathy North Carolina and the
traditional wedding music and ae. Chandler. Mile Brenda Terry and For her wedding she chose a sole and Imported Chantilly\ lace the couple will be at horn at :lIlt Serving On Itnonrvrlt Curd: ()f TlumU
companied Mrs WUbur Hall who I Miss Amy Buses were bridesmaids floor length dress of Chantilly! embroidered with Iridescent sequins Downing Street Jacksonville, Use FRANKLIN D. ROOftC' We would like to thank Uis i
"'' <<...Lore You Truly""Whith- Cynthia Cheney was Junior brides lea and nylon organsa. tht Dior and seed pearls. The long VELT 4. June many wonderful people who
er Thou Ooeit" and "The Wed. maid. Their towns were fashion2SB bodice\ had a Sabrina neckline enhanced 29 Chief rersonntlmsn Rush shared our sorrow during the
I with pearls and sequin. ford High School and attended lIt"JhlJll Training U Severance Jr., USN. son of Mr tragic death of our daughter
and long calls lily sleeve Front Ake City Junior College. The SAN DIEGO: Calif. F1ITNC and Mrs Ituh U Severance Br. Mr. Marge Ann Bam Allen.Th .
IITIIIOI .f-: y all COAT Oilmi IISI of Ute bouffant skirt had an ever room graduated from Branford! June 2t Seaman Recruit Junes, of Route I, Sanford Is serving visits. prayers, cards, now
skirt with cut scalloped Isot. TN Ugh School and la attending W Cranford. VON eon of Mr and aboard the attack aircraft carrier. ors food, and every other xprea-
X166 t1I11 panel chapel train of lace aal nortda State University Mrs. William F. Cranford of US8 Franklin D. Roosevelt, cur- ton of kindness meant so much
HIST!
organsa gave a flowering effect following a wedding trip to the Branford has begun nine weeks of renlly operating with th* U. BBlath to us May Ood bla you U our
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_\ a asa A txctrrheNAaItAYTI1YtlAr She won a finger Up veil attached southern part of the state they Navy basic training at the U. B. Fleet In th* Mediterranean.
WWNNWAM. to a double crown of sewpearls will make their home at :231 Ocala Naval Training Center, Ban Diego, prayer.Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Bans Jr. i
.- g.;; A IICIUIMTvaASiuTV with an insert of UM. Road Tallahassee Cabs ...... Yea' aebseII.ht New) and Family ,
A.i w matching her lewD. Tfes bride I e PAST "\'DIe
... s snifr.Nr reMH.MW wore a single strand of pearls I
..YHTAMO/N. AM* gift. .f the groom. The brlds*.
iU: MI. .SS'OweiIiIu wwenw bouquet eonalsted of two white
orchids festhered carnations and
$S 80! miniature .bells stop. a white BlWe. .
Gil. CA& 210 III. CA&. with white satin "na wn.
The mother of the bride wore

> PBEEiwn' : FREE: a white pink corsage.accessories silk shantung and a suit hltt with orchid I Branford State Bank


Tht bridegroom's mother won a
/ blue whipped cream dress with
Oil US
white accessories and a white orchid .

1113 1ID IOKI rims Following eonagt.the reception tht 4 "S+rrtttf the People o/ the Suinmnre Hirer "'"II,." Since 191 I"

a Toe-evaurr y was SUM* bride's parents entertained with a
:: ; II. PAINT r WMT1NIM reception In the youth hall .f Onhureh.
BRANFORD
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The bride's table was covered
MIMYN etOq I evtsetarAiMTMliMW
with a white linen cloth and overlaid i
e NNaIAN/M AM* with while net trimmed In
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Pert lact. Centering the table was a
1 J Jz
: BtSnTAMT sis branch candelabra of pIM STATEMENT OF CONDITION

In. 14 4! CA&. : =3 lil. ;til\:\ Tb.four carnations-tiee.d and wedding white. pom cake pore was ; ...,

placed at one end of the table anda June 30,1965
crystal punch bowl a Ithe other
FREE ;
s FREE end tf Ute table.
: Mrs. Wlbon Ceson and Mrs
tulip Odom cut and served cake,
MARY CARTER PAINT CO. Miss Lara Turner presided over RESOURCESCash '
the punch bowl assisted by Miss
DREW and MARGARET WILDER Sandra lie Mrs. Howard was Due From Bank I 210,038.21Vnlt.cJ 1 1
floor home Mtos Karen ColUns States Securities 7l,5U.d3:
kept the bride's book. Others .
Wader's Coewer CMS tflvastofi A... were Mrs Gertrude Lacey assisting State County and Municipal Honda 38.812.47

More Thai 1000 Stores Coast T. Coast and Mrs. W M. Howa. Loans Discounts. (Including $3,499.88 Overdrafts) 19,201,10|
The bride graduated from Bran- Banking House and Furniture A: Fixtures 47,430.61

Other Assets 6OD4.A1fl,742O'J'.19

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Capital Block f (0.000.00

With Further Redactions Surplus 53,000.00

UndlrWe I'rofiU' a Reserve n.19n. .
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Values To $15.99 Other Uatllitles '. :2.352.01
Deposits C, 1,6U.3U.1
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HIGH MEDIUM OFFICERS li.; :' DIRECTORS .J'

i AND LOW HEELS i MRS. EVA L THOMPSON. Chairman of the Board Mn. Eva I. Thorrupson

Joyce I II A. JACK rillUJCH. President A. B. War.

,4t Sise 7 to 10 I A. II. WAitE, Vice President Mr. Ethel) B. Phillips

Red OOM Widths 4A to B I GRAHAM C. OWEN Vk. President a Cashier A, Jack Phillip ..*.

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PACE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1965 ,

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Luncheon Given For the following leave be approved: day of June, 1969. A. D COMMrrrEE CONCERNING! DS. together In evaluation strengths

toWOMCN- Miss Fletcher Annual leave John Johnson, L. M Crews, Jr.. Chairman TERMINATION OF FITNESS OR and weaknesses and thereby mutual

Saturday June 28, 29, 30. and July 1, 2, 5, Henry M. Folsom, Sectary & Supt. ABILITY OF TEACHERS TO agreements.
Miss Tina Fletcher, brideelectof 6,7.8& 0, 1989. The Board recessed until 8 TEACH We submit these recommenda

August was the inspiration fora Sterling Newton, June 19 thru o'clock Tuesday night, June 22 First, we would like to say that dons in view of making improve
luncheon at the Red Barn Res-
I June 30, 1969. 1965. we think that age alone should not ments which will Improve teach-
taurant in Lake City Saturday,
Everett L. Williamson, June 28 After the recess the meeting be the determining factor in determining ing-leaiing situations for boys
when Mrs. Danny B. McCrtmon
through July 7, 1981. was called back to order at 8 pun, retirement or releaseof and girls.Leroy .
and Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworh entertained -
in her honor. Moved by E. A. Collins, secondedby June 22, 1969 by L. M. Crews, teachers. Compulsory retirement -' Bowdoin, Chr. TEPi
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor T. R. Barnett to accept the recommendation Jr. Chairman. All members were age Is 70. Some teachers Committee

The private dining room where
of O. H. Rutledge to present except E. A. Collins. could possibly do a very fine job. Isla Mae DeCastro. Member
the luncheon was held was deco- '
Moved by T. R. Barnett, second of teaching at around 70 years of Leona Bunter, Member
employ Robert Lee Hicks for the
rated several floral
with designs.
Terry.Clark Nuptial Rites position of principal of Douglass ed by V. V. Brim to approve one age, while others would possiblybe 'I Marvin Johns, President SCEA
The U shaped luncheon table was
The Beachville Advent Christian After the wedding the bride'sparents centered with a long low designof High School for the 1969-68 school I year leave of absence for Linda slowing down greatly at 60 Vincent Jones President CTD
Church was the setting for the entertained with a recep- year. Motion carried. Dover. Motion carried. years of age or even leas than 60. Ruth N. Taylor, Member
permanent dainty pink and
marriage of Miss Brenda Catherine tion In the church annex. white flowers Interspersed with Moved by T. R. Barnett second Moved by L. H. Gill seconded Assuming then, that this point is Susie Williams Member

I Terry and Roger Louis Clark, Mrs. Otto Townsend. of Lake pink satin bows and tiny white ed by V. V. Brim, to place Leila by T. R. Barnett to sign new well taken we would further state Linda Koon Member

on June 28 at six o'clock City, cut the cake and Miss Mar- doves, three larger doves graced Blanton on continuing contract. School Lunch Agreement. Motion that the lack of ability to do an Leverne Porter, Chr. Proftl-

Miss Terry Is the daughter of vanelle Odom presided at the the top of the design streamersof Motion carried.Mr. carried. effective teaching job or failureto atonal Comm.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurie C. Terry of bowl. Jones of Pan-American Fidelity Moved by T. R. Barnett, second. do an effective teaching job Moved by V. V. Brim seconded
punch pink satin with a tiny white
Beachvllle and Mr. Clark the son Miss Becky Clark sister of the dove on each streamer end extended appeared before the Board ed by L. H. GUI and passed to ap- should be the primary reason for by T. R. Bamett and passed to ac.

of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark of groom kept the bride's book. from the arrangement. and discussed Tax Sheltered An- prove the following leave: effecting the release or retirementof cept recommendations of Trus
Jacksonville.Miss Mrs.J. Annual leave Clarence Terry, teacher. tees for personnel as follows:
Out of town guests were Marking the seating place were nuity. No action was taken twalt- any
Linda Terry, sister of the H. Reynolds, aunt of the bride, place cards with a spray of pink tug report from teacheis. July 6. 7. 8, 9, & 12. 1069. Then again assuming that the Inn Branford School Secretary

bride was her only attendant.She and Mrs. Oullford McCall, cousinof lily of the valley encircling a white Moved by V. V. Brim seconded Leroy Bowdoin, June 28, 29 30 points made above arc well taken Hudson.
Custodians
wore a pink street length the bride of Live Oak:, and Mr. dove percehd on a wedding band. by L. H. GUI and passed to adopt dos July 1 & 2. we are confronted with this problem Hallle Mae and
dress with white accessories and a and Mrs. Hot Spooner and daugh- The honoree's card was attachedto the following resolution: Myrtle Mills June 28. 29 30, & : What are the ethical professional Shelby Moore. '

white carnation corsage. ter Ginger, of Jacksonville.After a miniature bride and groom. RESOLUTION July 1 & 2. u ways of determining who is Lunchroom Dorothy Dorsett
Serving as best man was Joe a honeymoon in South Each hostess presented Miss WHEREAS it has come to the M. A. OHara. June 25. an effective teacher which leach Elvsdita Hudson. Pauline Bikes
Rogers of Jacksonville. Ushers .will reside in Jack- William Jamerson Juno 14 19, teachers not teaching Gladys: Bradow, Lois Sharon Shir.
Florida they* Fletcher with china in her select- attention of the Board of Public er or are up
were Roger Terry, cousin of the sonville. ed pattern. Instruction that the Suwannee 18. 17. 18, 21. 22. 23, 24 & 29. to their capabilities or which teachers Icy Warren.
bride, and Timmy Clark, brotherof 1. 8. 6. 7, Assistant Coach & Teacher
U. Present with the honoree and County tax roll will be Increased Shelby Moore, July 2. have loit their effectiveness -
the groom hostesses were Mrs. Evelyn Flet- about one million dollars and 8. 9. 12. 13. 14. 19. 18. in the classroom.We Donald Garland
Miss Gloria Davis played the Honored 24 29 28, 29 & Bus Mechanic Arthur Bass
Miss Roberts cher, mother of the bride-elect of WHEREAS, this valuation will J. L. Bevel. 23. feel that since the 19<3 legislature Nettle
nuptial music. Baisden -
Jacksonville, Mrs. Wm R. Slaughter Increase revenue to the schools 30. by legislative action made bectetsry.
The altar was decorated with By Store EmployeesThe Temporary Duty Elsewhere: Myrtle Mills.Custodian .
mother of the groom-elect. about $20.000, and teaching a profession and on a
greenery and two large basketsof women employees on the Miss Myra Hancock: of Havana WHEREAS the budget for Clarence Terry July 2. teacher In legal basis with other professionsIn Claude Jernlgan

white gladioli and carnation third floor of Sears Roebuck of Miss Lynne Rodgers of Birmingham schools this year had only $2700 terview. the state, we have a moral and Goodwin.Clayland Custodian, Laurence
and lighted candles. Jacksonville, where Miss Brenda Odom Mrs. Moved by T. R. Barnett, seconded
Mrs. andWHEREAS
Ala. Philip reserve legal obligation to constantly Improve
The bride entered on the arm Gill to Lunchroom Fannie Mae
her L. H. approve Lsnler.
by
Roberts is employed, honored Edward Mullins Mrs. Donnie MeCalllster the expendituresfor evaluate and at times, police -
of her father by whom she was
Williamson's and Trustee'srecommendation
with a bridal shower Thursday Mrs. Robert Brock Mrs. schools has exceeded the reserve Everett our own ranks. This Is what
given in marriage. The double- night at the home of Miss Dottie Bob Cade, Mrs. Wendell Lewis and will be met by IncreaseIn to employ JacQueline i the other professions in the state Pine View Secretary Marie
Nobles.
ring ceremony was performed by and Ronald
Johnson. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Miss Gall Williamson, and Miss revenue from race track funds, B. Collins do within their own organisational I
the Rev. F, E. Day, the bride'spastor. Verlyn Martin and Mrs. James Bobbl Davis. and Louis Collins as teacher in Junior framework.We Custodian Hardy Evans.

High School. Motioned car Lunchroom Lula Voyles. Man-
Trammell. e WHEREAS the ..tataudltlnll would make these recom
The bride wore a floor length alter
The dining room table had for department has in the part, when' mendations
VisionA ried.Moved concerning teachers
dress of white chiffon over taffeta beautiful arrangement Night by V. V. Brim seconded Mattle Voyles.
its center piece a In
about ,
$20,000 was reserve who are not effective teachers
featuring a fitted bodice with of yellow day lilies. On driver at night can see onlyas warned the Board of Public In. I/ L. H. GUI to approve and and Victoria Outlerres.
procedures fof dealing with
round neck outlined with lace and mounted far as the distance illuminatedby make application for Work-Study Clary M. Smittn.
the buffet was a large
structlon that a more adequate reserve them
:
embroidered flowers and the I his If he Is Lora
on and wedding headlights. going Program. Motion carried. Mae Dyal.
gold engagement was needed and 1. That the principal of the indi-
full skirt which had a chapel too fast for his headlight range, There being no further busi. Suwannee High School See-
train. She wore a shoulder length ring.Gold served with he can't txvmlblv stop In- time! to WHEREAS, the people of Su the Board adjourned. vidual school is the key person in retarY JI."th Cundiff
ness
punch was
have in the
wannee County pastseveral the teachlng-learning, situations of
veil and carried a bouquet of white avoid an accident. ie Seer. Bookkeeper and
Supt.
white petit fours topped with tiny 'I mlllage elections voted the Henry M. I'oUom. any schools As this key person be Attendance Of.
carnations. gold wedding bells and cherry lawful mlllage in attempt L. M. Crews, Jr., Chairman I flee Madelyn Baucom.
maximum an has the responsibility of providinga
The bride's mother
wore a beige filled divinity, nuts candles, and SUWAVEE COUNTY BOARDOF educationfor Registrar Gall Eubanks.
to prolde quality school program that boys and
dress and
the groom's mother
various Live Oak Florida Custodian. Fred Oodbolt.
mints were placed at PUBLIC INSTRUCTION their children and maintain girls will derive a maximum of
wore a flowered beige dress. Lunchroom
points In the living room.A LIVE OAK. FLORIDA school prlperty. and June 23. 1965 benefits from. Along with this Manager Estelle

beautiful white satin umbrella June 19. 1969 WHEREAS, the present valuation : SPECIAL MEETING responsibility, he should have the Fullbright.
Golf Women Met held the many gifts which were The Board met In regular rev in Suwannee County is only I The Board of Public Instruction authority that goes with the the Lunchroom Worker, Marjorie

opened by Miss Roberts and remarks Mon on Win ftbev! date with the a percentage of true value and met in Special Session on the responsibility. Responsibility with Prlvett.

Friday At Club made by her were written following members present: L. M. does not comply with the law on above date with the followingmembers out corresponding authority sets Lunchroom Worker. Thelma

Members of the Ladles Golf Association down and read to her at the conclusion Ciews, Jr., ChrUnnan, L. H. Oil). valuation of property and does present: L. M. Crews, the stage for undesirable situations Burnett.

met Friday at the Su- of the opening of the gifts. Thonls Barnett, V. V. Brim andE. not provide sufficient funds to Jr.. T. R. Barnett, V. V. Brim ant and the consequent lowering of Lunchroom Worker Vera flees

wannee Country Club for their The co-hostesses presented her A. Collins provide education that the peopleof L. H. Gill. school standards which follow. Lunchroom Worker, Lucille:

July luncheon and business meet- with a set of lingerie. Devotional was given by L. H. Suwannee County desire and the The meeting was called to orderat 2. That the Individual teacherpllJ" Wadsworth.

!ng. About 25 guests were present. Oil!. maintenance of county school 2:00: PM. by Chairman L. M. a very important part in the Lunchroom Worker, Htttle

In the absence of Mrs. Frank The only out of town guest was Minutes of June 8, 1965 were property and therefore does not Crews, Jr.Moved teaching-learning situations of Oreene.

Futch Bt., chairman Mrs. Bob Mrs. Lex Roberts, mother of the read and approved as read. provide for necessary reserve in by L H. G1U seconded. any school system. As a teacher in Lunchroom Worker, Margaret" t
Mill honoree. Moved by T. R. Barnett, seconded by V V. Brim to assign Bernice Bronen.
presided over the meeting. our school budget to take care of the school they have opportunityby
Mrs. Cecil Moore and Mrs. Jeff U. by V. V. Brim, that visible emergencies: Williams Ruth McCaU and Ester the very nature of their post Lunchroom Worker Abble Croft

McKelthen were hostesses for the brake fluid gauge be installed on NOW THEREFORE be It resolved Carter as teachers at Clayland lions to exert more Influence on Lunchroom Worker, Orma Gaskins. -
.
luncheon. (Renew Your Subscription Now) all buses and that ell lights be on that the Suwannee County School for 1969-68 school term. the dally lives of boys and girls!
when buses art In operation. Motioned Board of Public Instruction pelt. Also to assign Oteta McMillan. than any other person with whom O'Brien High. School ,

carried. Uon the Board of County Commit Thelma Geiger, Thomas J. Geiger the child com** In contact When Lunchroom Manager. Lena If.

For The Beat InROOFING Bid on frame building was aloners of Suwannee County to and Janice Lord a* teachers at the teachers fall to exert this Influence 1M. .. \
Wellborn School for the 1969-66 Lunchroom Worker Mamie Ken
opened-and tabulated as follows: study the tax roll when submitted 1I..1ed. they become derelict -
C. M. McOranahan $50.30. Moved by the tax assessor and. If it does school term and that Thomas 8. in their duties. ned).

CALL COLLECT by T R. Barnett, seconded by not comply with he law of 100% Warren be assigned as principalof 3. Thus tcaahlng-learnlng in Custodian Pretty Thomas.

V, V, Brim, to reject all bide Mo- valuation require that the tax Clayland and Wellborn School any school becomes the joint responsibility I Secretary Bessie Jackson.Supervtan7 .

STANDARD ROOFINGand tion carried. assessor raise the 1989 tax roll to Motion carried. of the teachers to Office (
Rev. Walkup and Rev Webb ap. more nearly meet the needs of the Moved by V. V Brim secondedby work toward creating a learning Secretary. Hattie Rae ROM.

peared before the Board and requested schools for repair and maintenance L. H. Gill that the Board adopt climate in the classroom. H is Suwannee Jr. High School \

SHEET METAL CO. re-study of policy that and quality education as desired the following recommendation determination ofTE1'8 the responsibility of the administrators I Custodians Blnlon. Pauline and Harold ;,

married students could not continue by citizens of Suwannee Committee concerning to see that this favorablelearning i
111 So. Ashley St. Ph. 244-2646
of fitness or abilityof Secretary Faye Muagrvn.Teacher .
in public school Board
County. climate Is created and to
.S ATEsVALDOSTA'S BEST BONDED agreed to study policy This resolution adopted by the teachers to teach. Motion car- assist In Its creation. Douglass Marion Harvard.

: ROOFERS Moved by T. R. Barnett, second Board of Publl In/trillion of ried. 4. We. as a committee would High School I

U j ed ty: V, V, Brim and passed that 3uw nnc County ttls, tho 19th; RECOMMENDATIONS OP TLPSROVER like to recommend that there be P in Ipal. Robert Lee Hicks
Lunchroom
Manager, JuanitsUackey.
more individual teaching planning I
done In Instances
many
Lunchroom Workers Susie Shel-
These plans are to be submitted
ton. Chaney Perkins Her Owlnn
regularly to the building principal
Bookkeeper Christine CaId.cH '
for his comments, additions approval Clerk Typist. Evelyn Thomas
.....
Custodians. Ed Brown Charlie
It would seem that a principal Nor thing Ion.

--- without these plans would have avery WellbornCustodian.
_
,... ---- difficult time In making an Caleb Key
This Is the Land-Rover effective evaluation of what a '
Lunchroom Eva Mae Curl Ruth
i teacher. was doing\ In the classroom Edwards.

t tho only 4-wheel drive car / There being no further b sini.

you can buy with a body at We also recommend that principals the Board adjourned.

: do more classroom observa. Henry 14.. Pl hunt. Supt. A ...
that can't rust, rot Uon and supervision and especially L U. Crews Jr. Chairman

or corrodo. with teachers Mho have pr.
maturely" been adjudged to be
Live" Oak. Florida
weak teachers.
June30.1fUSPECIAL
We recommend thai far any '
:
MEETING
teacher who la recommended for r
:
: nwwUnv
The
RI wa' held far tM
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release, that there be a filed record
purpose of accepting bids on
of at least three classroom obser
:1' equipment for the Branford Vocational
r vap.Al u93l1 3vwr vstions by the principal during the I Agriculture Building.

w av school year and detailed findings\ Members present and round
,.. of observations and recommendations
t ways .a were: L. U.. C'rtwIJr, V. V. Brim
\ r that hare been made to the I! and L. M.. 010.

teacher: Involved. A motion was made by V Y
By this we mean that the principal .
Brim and seconded by U H. GUI
rr should make every effort to to aecept bids as. follows on equipment
help the teacher to make Improve :
ments. The teacher Involved should II
Accepted the bid of II7S1I on
have a copy of these observations Purchase Order No. J37I for Alr-

a recommendations, .... co-Duval
Welding from
Supply
The principal and teacher Involved JscksonvtOe. Florida.'

I should hate at their disposal Accepted the bid 41' II4MM

/ Hr supervisory personnel I from en Purchase Order lea M3 from
the county and slate heel to assist Baird Hardware Company of

them In making !improvements. Gainesville. Florida.

We again state. that we Intend Accepted the bid of 1441.14 en

i t the recommendations given aboveto Purchase Order No. 3M from

apply to an teacher: regardless Ton Brunt and Ton. Inc, from
{ ef tenure.' We also realise that Tallahassee. Florida.

there en other. things which could Accepted the bId af I7IJ tt on
effect the release of teaching : Purchase Order N& JS II from

fi personnel. However, we would 'I' HsUy Inc. of Ta ahaare. Florida
confine these reeommendauons, .

to teacher who have lost their Accepted bad ef 141.7 Clal'ar.dIue .
effectiveness as teachers. er who I Order No. UM from The
10 MODELS HARDTOPS __ STATION WAGONS are net doing a MUlfadorJneb
Lincoln
EJectrte ef
It's also the only wheel drive vehicle to give you 8 forward speeds mg job.As Company
Cleveland
; a choice of gas or diesel engines, and so many kinds of optional 88" and 109" Wheelbase Gas or Diesel a last recommendation, we Accepted Ohio the Md of U.7tMen

farming ranching, and construction equipment that you can specify Aluminum Alloy Body NonRusta submit that the yearly" teacher Purchase Order Nor JJTI from' ABkctUan -

rig custom-built to your requirements a It gives you up to twice the evaluation form SDK 201.of which Bros. Tractor: Company efUv
one copy ts filed with the aisle .
(model for model of other 4 wheel drive Galvanized Fittings( Oak. Florida.
payload ) vehicles. It gives Department one copy with the There being .further --...

1 you a wider choice of body styles than other wheel drive vehicles: High and Low Gear Ranges County Superintendent and one the meeting was adjourned.H. .

open, closed, and canvas-topped models; 7 and 10 passenger station copy retained' by the boflengpxhnipaL U. FOLSOMSupt.
'e Two and Four Wheel Drive On All Vehicles be Sued out by. the .
wagons;pickup trucks; even live-In Land Rover Dormobile. It gives principal In scheduled appsmt- Board and ef PuDot Secretary iMtracUmSuwannee

you 3 power take-off points a choice of two chassis lengths and menU with the mdrrtdaal teach. County. Ftartda'

performance so dependable it's made land-Roven standard equip SUWANNEE VALLEY TRACTOR CO. era U seems that this would present L. M.. chitin JH, Chairman.

ment for the armies of 26 countries and the police forces of 37. the teacher aa eseeOsnt sad. opportunity for Board ef Pubfle ZastruedoaStiwaonse
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. I :THURSDAY, JULY U. 1WJ5 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN

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/ 1 A 9ide i Insects Endure Surface heat Beachville


. f Sand-Dune Inhabitants Wear Heat 4-MYiniHui p J +

= WASHINGTON We were glad to have good attendance ..

Protective Shields Research Shows at Sunday School Sunday ,"
By LESTER L COUCMAX, MA
and glad to have a number of
MARCH
OF EVENTS 'J
.. Washington To the beach-goer hot sand dunes visitor
Doctor Td Like To Knowt
WASHINGTON Mr. and JII'I. Otto Townsend
MEMORIAL
AKA AIOUT MARKtR seem lifeless. To the biologists however, they are a fascinating f
I of Lake City were guest of )If.
TO FOR IS NIOUCTED world .
NOW teeming with life.
WEEDY UNKEMPt and Mr*. )..I. M. TldweU Sunday '
AM about to enter hospital the who administer It \
Insects and myriad other creatures inhabit dunes a people
By HENRY: CATHCART Mr. and Mr. Knrtn Beach and
despite surface heat that to 135 degrees the National for an operation on my will wipe out the deep-eted
Central Pn. WtuMityton Writer soars daughter Connie 'of Halm City,
gall bladder. I am terrified I meaning of your childhood ex- '
ASinXGTOX cwograpnio society ear 1. Mrs. J. J Bronton of Clennon1, (
"If any memorial It erected to me. I have been given complete re- perlence.There.
Y should Uk It to be placed in the center of that green plot Winged animal can escape their wind, dunes often creep Inland and Mr Harris PuaeU of Polk assurance by my doctor but I I. no sham In seeking
in front of the Archive orenllke world by taking abort, at a rate of five to It feet a year City visited here lat week end
Building. I don't care what it Is the fear I* mounting. For BO the further support of your
made of. but I want It plain." cooling flight Others are spec As they stream on.their plant ant and attended the Odom family year have carried the terrible physician, who know that your
That wu the gist of the desire by President Franklin D. Root ally adapted to survive. animal populations shift from reunion at Itchtucknee Spring can of the nightmarish opera total recovery from surgery depend \
velt u It wa recalled by the late Supreme In the June Iwue of National those of the seashore to those of Sunday, when my tonsil were re on your Inner emotionalstrength.
Il 3 s Court Justice: Felix Frankfurter. Geographic. Deleware marine bologUt the desert. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphll moved at S .
3 : A simple marble block with a few simple William H. Amos tells "Yet dunes eventually die Mr. and son Wayne, of Gainesville year of age ]I eee
words wu placed on the spot on April 12- about his summer-long study 01 Amos says. "It 1s the order of were guest of Mr.. and Mr. WtI- dread the next PIt... furnish mi with the
the 20th anniversary of Roosevelt's death. the Cape Henlopen Dune at the nature that the gradual spread of lie Beach Saturday and Sunday, few month. name of plaits Burgeon who
'f In the months since that solemn occasion, mouth of Delaware Ray vegetation will slow them stabilise Mr. and Mr. *. Ray Odom and Kr. L. B. D.. can give u* an opinion about :
literally hundreds and possibly thousands of "The more I studied the dune, them, and finally absorb children of South Carolina are IUOD Louisiana surgery on our daughters pro I i
the president's former friend and associate the more insect and others creature visiting his parent, Mr and Mn. Dear Mrs. B.I rutting care. Is the operation
hare passed the spot and have become In* I found and the more 1 Willie Odom. :_ .1 I 'You are not a dangerous one?
creastngly distressed. It U not a "green spot, noticed their protective. beat ney. .... YU1 UUIJUI sues me ape alone In the uncontrolled Mr*. M. R. Massachusetts
but rather an unkempt: area, barren In places, shields Amos write. them.ImlD pointment with the Mlltesvlllo I ter* Dear Mr*. Rt Corrective sur
with the tufts of grass uncut and weed "Some creature were*o swathed Advent Christian Church Sunday Dr. Oolemait ror that return fiery for large ears t* moat
proliferating. In light-oolored 'fur' that they The farmer here are very busy to the adult gratifying to the >patient> and
F D It M.MI Under the prodding ef some big name Including looked like miniature Eskimo In gathering tobacco and some are after a "nightmarish operation to the surgeon.
Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. hooded parka Flies, wasp, beet. atlll setting sweet potato with In childhood. The simple Joy of swearing
No longer a Goldberg, the people In charge are slowly lea, and spider all wore furry cove some digging potato. It U a very Fortunately, today1 children the hair back" without **lf.
nn.po' getting ready to do something about It. erlnga. although often It took a busy time. arc properly prepared for an Conscious embarrassment com
Alfred J. Barrett, director of horticultural powerful magnifying glass to detect The Odom family held their operation, being told the pensate tor the alight opera
maintenance for the National Park Service, agree the plot U In them. Some of the digger annual reunion at Itchtuckneo truth ahead ef time of everything live discomfort.
bad shape but he's going to do something about It this autumn, wasp had silvery hairs between. Spring Sunday and a large crowd that will happen to them Whether you live In a smut
when, he claim, sodding gets the best results under local climatic the eye*. In the region of their of relative and friends enjoyed at the hospital Emotional: tear community or a Urge city.there .
conditions tiny brain It 1* conceivable that the day together Those coming like your will not be their la but one and only one
thee may serve as efficient beat n the farther *t were )..Ir. and Mr. heritage. way to "find" a plastlo *ur*
APT STOUT-Rep. Sidney R. Tat., D-EL wm au.euulftr aon&.tlme reflectors" Ray Odom and children of South Tour doctor' reassurance geon. Undoubtedly you have
controversy over Lake Michigan water between his During the Intense beat of the Carolina. Relative cam from all should be sufficient support discussed the psychological ad
and soma neighboring state The argument and the legal day the beetle, wasps. and *pld- part of Florida. A big picnic dinner luring the difficult waiting vantage of this kind of *ur
maneuvering keep mounting' but no one ever seems to be gU era keep to small holes Rabbit A wa served at noon. period. pry, and the bet time to haveIt
ting snywher b'1o their young under pieces 01 The fact that you are waitIng performed, with your owm
Yate say the rttustlon remind him of a comment mad rolling timber. Field mica huddle for a few month U an excellent family physician.
more than a half century ago In the midst of a dispute betweenthe br>ieth low-lying shrub. Cold.blOC'ded 118Inln""n, IiYMMeeting assurance that you are lie has at his command com
United State and China Theodore Roosevelt's secretary of animal In no need for emergency sur plate knowledge of the location
slate, John Hay, wa discussing the difference with Chinese Am. load, and snakes such also u seek lizards out WHO JAsESAll's At Jlld lIon'.. "I')", and the particular accomplish

b..dorVII.. Upon emerging from the meeting. Hay reported: the shade. GREATEST L' S? The regular meeting of the Buwannee Dangerous condition e a n menus of all the plastic BUT
"We talked until Ambassador Wu never be postponed (tOM in your geographical
was Haysy and I was At night the dunes come aliv By Bon BCDVK Valley Halrdreawri AJociatlon -
Wusy; but I don't think anything was accomplished." Affiliate No. IT. 8. A. 22, YOU will need regular ImOoUonal area
with an Intensity that *urprtnrMr. < JOB BCWEUi: : struck out
S e four soy held Tuesday, July 8, at I 00 "booster shots" if the 1S' ll. Dr. CotemoNbtttn reeeotselerisk.
Amos. Tiny pinpoint of u tat only time let 1925 in 1S3
NEW "...\T CROrr-Rep. Otis O. rtke, D-N.T think In shimmering Ice-blue cluster game. lie hit .3$ that year p.m. at Jackson' drill, between necessary surgery II I postponed io uuwersdtvWset
he ha a good Idea on how to get rich without doing much work. turned out to be the watchful H* fanned only four times In Mayo and Branford with Mr. too long. Try to reduce the A. trill Me real***
H. says that so much ""a t." mAIl t* bombarding legislator of sand-colored spiders. eye 1U game In 112' Joe had theseamd Mattie miry presiding.Due waiting, or I.I It "stalling"time aeeefbsaM I | *U relMinit. *>*", -
that one obvious way to wealth U to form your own group. fewest career strikeout to Inclement weather onlya I ? I ever posriftt* .* Pike hat It aU figured out. With Ute extremist of the far 'Almost an the "dune Inhabit with Sit in 1.V01 games from few members' were present and The safety of modern anesthesia I ere tf ,....,., Merit. Address
right and far-lett la full their Iris are predators. be report. the gentleness and the fairer "
possession respective areas of 1120 to 1134. JIll one strikeout no bualnlll\l wa attended at theme I your to Dr. Cotanat operation Pike plan to establish an organisation of mW the-roaders. He's picked a name for hi* organi lion, rr doodlebugs, as they are avenge la 1 history.
with Mr. Riley were I IA
known to children. Thee llttlpredator .
Baton: Th Militant Moderate Militia." .
Militant Bad *f Elag r4i rM trwtlr Mr*. Dorothy Woodard. Mr.
Pike has also decided on the first program for ambush their. prey from
MNen.le. Kathryn Bike. Mrs. Odessa. M conical
his mythical organisation will pit they dig In the sand
conduct
a An Insect a. and Mr. Dnla Hall. Ilionnlit For To campaign against the extremist organisation. MilltlvT' trespasser that tumble
And, in the arm belief that successful Into the trap I* Immediately dragged Wife Preserver The next meeting will be Tui>s*
every lay, August t. at the Town>> and By BRODT C. IIARKIH
organization of this type mud have a catchy slogan bee figuredout beneath the sand to be piercedby '
one for Jail own brawn child. the doodlebug's sickle-shaped Country Beauty Salon tn take "Ood gave us memories so we could have row In December" .

., "Hate hate," jaws, then ooiuumed. City, Springtime can be eternal In the human breastIf
The microscope Is necessary' to ,t!. we only tin*our Clod-liven sift t. Memory When
Becaua cottage cheese I II
Samuel Slater In 1TM started Cotton cloth coming from the reveal the tiniest animals of they to the tree of 1 life seem bare U I* wise to recall the
the first U. a cotton mm. loom In the unfinished state dunes. Ulero-organUm. of. Infinite r convenient economical and tasty greener day such reminiscing serve a dual
I PIma cotton are made of extra I I called "(ray rood*". variety swim about In dune It la good mixer with other food I purpose I'iritlv. It guides us from repeating past
long staple fiber. A baseball contain: about 1M pond whole world ot l Try serving It with ,Jellied fruit or t mistakes, but PIUMAK1LY It restore Rope
vegetable salads. with cabbage A backward glance will remind u* thai the bad
1 Cotton was used In MM DC. yard ef cotton. thread. microscopic creature swim..deep WFIK and carrot slaw or mil with I t time* pained and gaud oruM always followed ....
within the> duilM annev.rab. \.1 lilt
lode In IK* often barren when
n seem we are llvlne;
1 French dressing and serve a* a
saitd saturated .w--.
WHO .1 them out we must remember these tkimw are euU
Mr.. Amos wondered bow this a rents b.e wob ke sod.... tlad topping, eating Ute seed from which will ?sprin] atmiulanoe.Htf .
C e
ALL NEW ROW CROP mlcroscopie world sustained Itself M Nwd i.e w ess pey are +al while aovuinulatlmr more kindling. gather
so deep beneath U hoi hill Hypoluxo, pronounced "hl.h warmth from the fire of the MMt and with Work
; MF l80Bigbrawny.brainy.1.5 of sand H. took: dry ...fAN..nd. -ea' pi h.lur4", wa settled In IITJ. and Sloe al our skis. rosebuds will Main enrelop
d --- rots. Call! 8UWANNKK: : rUNntAL 110''':.
and cultured It In the laboratory
plow >trong-in 3 row wider sterile cndt nm. FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
I' crop front end .tll .. With new PrvMure Control "What I had collected wa not MODERN Suw....... County ResWeMa
added to the Advanced Ferguson System for Instant just sand" he saidfor bunting ,
AERIAL
weight transfer traction with pull-type implemenU from their protective spore were BRODY C. HARRIS

world' most comfortable Control Cockpit with counties bacterial and one-celled "' APPLICATION LJcensed Funeral Director
animal Identical with those I had
I i roomy platform adjustable steering column, .pd fond far beneath the aunrfaoe Spraying-S..ding. Dusting Fertilising/
efficient Control Center. Come SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
ee dl! Apparently, with every rainfall.
I IJ vast numbers of wind-born spore
band cysts were percolating down HOWARD MORGAN A2S 5. Ohio Are>no.

ALLBRITTON BROS. ward through the sand Into the LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
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sub.surfac. world.* PHONE M2-2016 U.S. BO WEST
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IIOMEMAKHVG HIGHLIGHTS 'fur nM WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT State Taxes J
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MISS IDA JO By HARRISON TIPS FROM ntE VETERAN BIU ECHO ANGLERS..r Suwannee Valley Livestock Market\ Show Gain For


Berne Demonstration Agent INCUR PLUGS ARE CRACKED TO I KEEP YOUR FISH ALIVE AND Sales at the Suwannee Valley $11.75. May Business
for out-of.: before CHIPPED use SOME NAIL FRISKY LONGER STRING YOUR Livestock Market July 7 were Slaughter bulls: utility $1600-
Pre h peaches greens mixing salad.: Mix POLISH TO PRESS UP. THROUGH LOWER LIP.
hand eating salads and desserts greens with a variety of the firmer I CATCH down from the previous week. $17.25; cutter. $13.M-$16.25; canner TALLAHASSEE. !: Sale tax
should be on top of the list of fresh vegetables and wait until Cattle and calves sold that date $12.00-$14, '. collection In June bawd on Mar
plentiful foods for July. just before serving to add dressing. totaled 122 aacompared, with gel Slaughter calves: one good business totaled $20.,17"3.01. according .
Peach production in the south Toss lightly. sold the week previous. Hogs old $2225; standard. $1900-$214K>; to Ed Straughn director
amounted to 419 for the week u of the Revenue Commission
utility $$15.00-$18 cull
ern states is more than triple las d ; one
year' short crop specialists with Did you know that Florida' compared with B49>> auctioned the $13.1'. This I II an Increase of $2.502.-
the Florida Agricultural Exten. climate is quiet conducive for the week before. Feeder-stocker steers: good, 3M.1I over June a year ago or
ion Service report. growth of a number of Medicinal Trading was termed moderately $2125-$22; standard $17.1$. UN per cent. The fiscal year
frozen Plant active with the demand fair to $1825; utility with a few yearling collection, July through June.
Fresh watermelon
plums If you are interested in .knowing good. Slaughter steers and heifers Inferiors $12.2511.75.Stocker total $280,847.525 or 13.27 per cent
concentrated Juice
In orange. and more about these we. have by were few. Cows and bulls were heifers: few standard : over the t230.091.73S collected:
I fresh vegetables season will also previous requests a limited num. steady on the kinds offered and 140015.50; utility with a few during the tame period lat year
milk and dairy products
be abundant In July. ber. You may have one by asking. calves were strong.Feederstocker Inferior yearlings 12001525. Total collections from the 8 per
is Several other recent bulletins steers were steady Stocker cows: utility $1100 cent wholesale tax on sporting
of more
The supply plums
than above received which you. might be interested to strong. Heifers were strong, $1175; one Inferior $t.OO; a few goods July through June reached
fourth averag
a shipments of watermelon in are: CHECK THE LINE WHEN GOING PUTAFEWDROPSOiANISE06 I cows were few calves were uneven low utility cow-calf pairs $13,2,. $1.343.214 for an Increase of 51.13
Heavy "Dictionary Of Florida Plants" OUT FOR THE FIRSTTIWE.A IN YOUR BAIT BUCKET OR ON with the average about stea. $1350. per cent above the $890.103 collected .
from late spring and early sum "Florida's Sugar Bowl"_ WINTER'S LONG LAYOFF CAN YOUR UNES. FISH LIKE THE dy.Near Stocker calves: standard and in the aame period a year
mer-produclng areas are expectedto FRAY IT SO yOU MAY LO 'A SMELL.
"Freezing Florida Foods" sixty per cent of the supply low good calves. 250-400 Ibs. ago.
ONE.
in The late GOOp
overlap early July.
"Nutrition And Six Billion cleared to feeder-stocker accounts $1600-$20.50: calves, 100-250 Ibs. Oaaollne tax collection: for
Is 10 cent large
spring per
than a crop year ago. So look for good Meals Dally"DANCING while a third of the total few standard $2025-$21.75: utility June totaled 113,560.431.29.>> an increase
were calves. $1400-$1623; Inferior. $12.00- of 899 per cent over the
buys.Watch for specials too on frozen Cattle. prices by grades for the $1525. IU48,57U3 for June 1984.
day were: Hog prices for the day were as .
concentrated orange Juice. For Slaughter steers: utility, IIU$- follows:
the first time in several years YiiI 11600; canners and low cutters Mixed grades barrows and gilts Merge smoothly into traffic.
supplies of frozen orange Julc 11100-11300. Keep pace with other and I
I by weight: 180-210 IDs. 23.10; can.
will be plentiful. IJ Slaughter heifers: one standard. ,210240. $23.00;; 160-180 KM, $21.- signal well In advance of your j
Florida orange production is 11950; high cutter and utility 95; 140-160 Ibs. $2125; 120-140 turn or change of lanes.
forecast at 26.9 million boxes I IK
now -., $1400-11700
y Ibs, $1900; 80-100 Ibs.. $1800
more than the short 1983-84 crop. i Slaughter cows: utility and Most sows: 180-400 Ibs. $19.70- I21.00-IJ1.M; choice up to $23.78:
concentrated
The of frozen I
orange pack juice this season Is expected s.-......nwn...M4 commercial $13.25-$15.75; cutter 2020. one lot low medium $17.23: com I
$1100-114.25; canner $1000- Oood feeder pigs: 75-125 lbs. mom 30-80 Ibs., $10.00-111.00.
to total around 84 million gal i

Ions.Many seasonal vegetables such

as snap beans peas tomatoes,
and corn will be available. from
home and market gardens to add '
zest to family meals OLD
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The big variety of plentiful dairy FASHIONED
products including milk Ice. .,
cream cultured sour cream but.
ter will also help with sum.mertlme .
meal planning ,

Summer days are salad day i \ nickelabottleRemember
when a variety of fresh vegetables
are generally in good supply. With sI
the cost of salad greens above the
average you'll want to buy only
the amount your family will use
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in a short time. Be sure to clean
and store properly; If not and the
greens spoil it's like. money down
the drain.
For crisp salads, select top
quality greens and other vegetables
Chill Ingredients before
mixing and handle carefully to
H avoid bruising If Ingredients are \
prepared ahead of time, refrigerate SAL "
them and add the dressing! at '
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serving time.
f,II For tossed salads, tear greensIn DANCER-Natasha '
fairly large pieces to give salad Malunova, shapely member
r more body, To prevent. wilting dry of Ruila's famed Molseyev H'
Dane Company appearing in -'V.
New York enjoys a trig at

If you were born in Trudt Heller's nightclub In
., Greenwich VUlag Her partner .
July of an odd. Is Brian McKeon, a

numbered year, renew house dancM.

your driven license when a bfe? cold 'c

this month. Words of the Wise bottle of your favorite soft drInk T.
cost Just one thin nlctoir I
They must Often change WeUVtoM, (lip an>back: I
I" Reece BrownCOUNTY who would be constant lq Right now TAB ft on sale.' Five
happiness or wisdom J ante bottle..onfyJOC for
-(Oliver Goldsmith) 'd C w whole carton TAB..from '
JUDGE
Ia Company.
a li part the slimmer,trimmer,
more active life.And wait till
you Gab TAB.How can Just 1
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f +" k'"' calorie taste to podf Invert
f .couple of nfckefe now,during
thU special"Old-fwhioned S V
, STUMP BROTHERSCash and you'll find out
Offer teed fera limited tin*
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THURSDAY JULY IS, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE THIRTEEN i

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Miss Tuten I WSCS HeldJleethi Rr.fYUlar wMt MrMr ml Switoii tl. to To..' 0.......... ..!.. 5..... mmr m* IMI.fth .
(91 gA7i .klo | BMik, fUniro IS But too.Ik .. .t
ze4i tc; ,j At Church tot fMt III Now fMt III IWrMfi Ik. ;I..IA54.1 in* toMtit 1'11. rartr, .. Ik. ..In" N.hN.1R B.

The monthly meeting of the araw mt Ik. .... 4o .rlb-4. tonri.TM .
.... .... .f MW *r* ........ nlU UaeEL NO. IM.I irCTTON 11....
WSCS of the First Mrthodis, till tkkt nit to ....It j II.. ..**. .... moHT-or-wAT
Church wa held Monday mornln. ..,..... ...1.... Inv M I. W, W.I1..... Tk.l part mt\
WOMeNCLARA I. 11. .1., ...IM .wA .4 v..5. I WS oT *X ml N C H 4 NIU'
In the lower auditorium of the 5MST. ........... .....,.. s.4 ......IN'4 .5lt% ml Ik.: NRI4 ml SMIIIM II,
church beginning at 0:30. with to fit* MHO ....... ..._. or *..._<. Twmkl t mitk.. But II BM*. **4.II .
to Ik* f-"litot f4| ...,.. ...1.... Inv ) NWN d AWll ., NW" ..d alt
coffee and doughnut setved b, I* MM r..... In Ik.. .rr.... ., Ik. C,... ., SW \4 ml NW4 .4 .... a.115 Hmt
Circle One preceding the business at Ik. CI...... Cart I. nn4 for lUwinM N W ". nil to II..,... IT, TI55.Up. l lt
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Unw.tr. Ptorliln' to Ik. Cavrt HIIVMIn awls fUitf. II a:..., .'I". _..
meeting. U, UV, Ptorkln, on or -(. iW .I.. of 14 .lthl. I* fMl .f Ik. ....'.yHn
I Mr*. J. Marvin Phillip, preal Ills t., nl A.."... ,.... ..4 .-.** mt Hut BOM Ill t IBk.>*.l4> ..*..
Yt 'or, W4 5,5. ...... 5r .......... ...... 154.5 Iil501e1.. NN ....., II.. M5..
Miss Ilitt And Mr. Its dent of the WSCS. presided over I. w I" .... 1.1.rr. Atrni... ..- 45051.44 .. '. ...iOommrar
Loshley Exchanged Nuptial the meeting and announced thata ki. wkMidii'ro.. .. I. I.'-. Onk., ......., M th. *M| lln. .( ItoMlo
m M ...,..* MM. ..,* .. ...."..... ky I*, TM>..kl" t I..lh.' ..... II KM
Vows In Double Ring Church Ceremony In June school of mission would be held! taw. H I Bolni IK If Ira iwrlknly (raniIk

In Lakeland beginning July 26. Tk. ..l.l* *f Ik. Mil k .. .nor'Unilrinlnllft .R tora.r of Id* NCW ml MM. *M.
Against a background of white gladioli fresh emer I tr..14.5 ., .M 54,4 ...,._ ..101 Hen II. MM' Mini Mini .. Ik. .r* ml
ald. 'palm and multi-lighted tapers Miss Sandra Jean Hitt Mrs Aubrey Fowler, program .... MM Dofn.... to. Mi4UTk ..r.. **i..>v* to IW Miilk kvl. a
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chairman announced that a meetIng > r4lu til M r. lh M frnvlt a
became the bride of Thomas Harry Lashley nt the First .... mt Ik. r"..rt 1..11.5. tkl ....M baNnt.1 N. Tl'ltll" W, r*.
of the committee would beheld mil km WM .....,>lo4 I. .s r..., ....... artkWMtorlv.' ors *n4 **.lkMlrl
Baptist Church on the evening of June 25 at 8:00 p.m. later to plan the proramlfor .'.'., end the nhkr*..tot.4 Illto. ,. IAI54..I. airs old. ..,. I51.uh us ..... .,
with the Rev Otis Page and Rev. Charles Webb officiating t J. w. w.,.... oi, ..."l Slntlnlf.n4 ....,'.. a 4IIUKM. ml ...... ira toIk
'a. the coming year.Mr ) .. at the double ring ceremony, *. T. J. Kennon was In charge .sli,1. ........ ........ lit 41.1.' ...... t7ll tMl I. Ik. Mini, *f
Miu lilts of Mr., iwiio. ....11 W ....II..koil onr* MrkWMk hr. ..1..1. ..r uM OIl'..' 15.1. w4 tbn.s
U the daughter of the program "Concerning our' for four MMMIIIK* ...... II nuk.Onk N. II'N'/N K. tllt fl ,. ,... mm-
and Mr*. Vernon L. Hitt and Mr. Renponslblllty for Mlsulons". Mrs. .....,...., I. 5....... 1545.rw1, aNwrep4 ,..... at ..... ....... .. Ile 4.5/h
C ,.......... 5. LI,. Inwas. 1..<*t m ranlvi .f til.ft ,*... ....
La&hley the Mr W
too of John Cooper gave an Inspiring de .... .. ,
M* CMnly Ptorliln, end in. s lkn .4,11.54.4.17, 54.1 kn4 *ovlkMlwly
Laahley and the late Mr. Lashley, votlonal. ,....1 .1.554/1.. I. B....._ C.unl' .h.! .>. nnM turt. lkroii.k mo
t rinrMnWITNKM. seer. ., ll'lftf I 4l.UnMfMl ., U' N
Olven in marriage by her father Twenty-two member and Mr. Mf ...".. .. Ttork of Ik. to Ik. Mil Its* *f ItoMkui ... T....
the bride wa attended by Mia Ellcabeth Hughe from the We*- rim (..... ... Ik. >.! ., Mid Cciwrlto kl '. Bn It Knit /.5. lln*
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Connie Cannon maid of honor 1 II** ).'. RiiwnnnM trmnlT. rtorM :t .: ti, T.wn'kli I t ../ Mnn *
: u leyan Service Outld were present! IS''I. lath .., mt Jnly" A. D, .*... II EMU il Mini lilt.II fMl nautk.rl .
J't" and Mr*. Lamar Nash u matronof Prior to the WSC8 meeting an Ia5AI.I. frani Ik:N W *.rnr *f MM BMIIailIf
fl.' of AVAlTflHN A. IFMION1ftork lk*.r* from a ....., .Wnrln* *f
honor Call sister
Miss matt
i\ Executive Board meeting was MId Clnll, Cusps L .....'.." K. nil ...lkMlrlir. nNmii
the bride and Mr*. Donald Underwood by Mra. Phillips.Corrrction ("..nnM Gassy, tWI44II 5.M ,.... ,......... as ..... ., 11'15'11"

.. of Jacksonville served u w e 4llnra' .5.w*f ran ID*IkMM.TI rM A to 11-41 Ik*.IIB.*n4 mlMM .

..., bridesmaid Anna Kent, niece of Nonce Or PUBLIC' HEAliNG II**.I* r... I. Ik. kntlnnln. .l k e4.*.
...j\,...' '." 1;: tw...* to Ik. NB *" .. a nillil. .fInl
.. ....,.:" ",,. the groom wa flower girl. bridesmaid were CON11DiS tue1NToq VACATINO AND lees 554.I.. 1.a 11... -,...,....
( All the attendant were gownedIdentically } The following ABANDONINa A PORTION. Of A s5aI ,... 15,.. ,......... ...., ...
In floor length dresses ten out of the JacklOn.Ytaa.rftddlnlln PUBLIC LOAD *..... ml ..'..' .......* ., 141 44fM
last weeks Issue MINI $. .,... I* Merle .1.!.1.I. .. IMI. Ik* Hr4 *. to IW ... *f .. ..?**. sad *n4mt
of lavender embroidered organdie d Irani* l'Miiil. **rt ,STAo I II taffeta with back floating Judy Teaser sister of the groom Puulp, rlmM*. /:ik k.M I >iklt.i.. r.tut AIAOIAP.reel
over Mr and flan Clifford Talen ef Uve Oak announce the engagement Mill Joan Holmea. MU Nancy s5 II CS ....... A M., ,......,. As.ev.t *f kn4 to 11.145.1 MHf
panel of lOUd lavender organsa '. .**.. M Ik* au541M..1 .klk*. 5 NKS ., BMtlmi II. 'fi.a.hlp t
They matching. : headpiece and appre* hlng Marriage thele daughter rhylll ,...... McKelthen. and Mir Olend 54 ..* I. ., >.... mcl ....n4mitwktl a.I ........ BMC II K..,, .......... MI,
wore .IM..I., .>!...., w .ki..fk. ........4 Ik* NB kf Ik. M.lk.*.l.
and carried creecent shaped bouquet I. Jha W Breeat ef Lire Oak. eon ef Mr*. W. C. .Itr.f fowling Brim. fir .U ki fwrllM d t .rear! rm -.... n\9\ 4* fM rl.nl *l .nf S.. d Binl

I .* of yellow fuJi mum with Park and the late J. 0. Break. Aim Rev Brady Drlnkley wa l 5..1 ..4 W..| M ik* Prrlh 5541 *."..A. _..*. .* IW. .*..lk.rl .
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ololt. .M Ik* L.H .PAD, LIIr..4' CmM 5e ik* rlkrhr I* fM rib
lavender streamer The flower Miss Taten attended Stwtnnee high Beke and Mr. Breokt the r IrMk*. Msln151 l W.! MMiil vkr 5,5 lln* ml BUI lad III, wMd154I.a.dI.15.NWhI1..are" ,
Ik bit tin I nf Ik H ml Ik* NW 14BMlkM mlm
girt wore a floor length lavendrr attended! Sewannee HUh School before entering the ..nice: He Unew d* a* Tw**>kl I wvlk lUr*. **r*. ....... I* Ik* NW k..lK( I

dress styled similar to the attendant at Roberta Hardware.The II 14.4 IntanMi MM f4 lkr run' rmtl.. .. I* f*.., nil ..r.. Win. ,...
and carried white basketof employed Public Notices .In, W..., *lmi.* Ik. milk ....* ..1Lu.Pa1L tml to Ik. MiiikwMWrlr' I* fuM 'I....
a wedding will be A.....& eighth at the home .f the bride*. ....1-.1 CMBMHV lrrk Of' .. ear IIM ., *,.,. B...4 *-lll-*, a0
red roae petal. ,>lm l.l I I.It* fML Ml4 In IkklWU ,,.. NW *.4 ef ..... ..r.*. ..4 ln.Mlto
priest Laahley of Lake City parent rtlend* and relative are Invited U attend. OP PUBLIC AUCTION .f ik* NWIi W .. :*. Ik. ..*riktl. I* f.ol rtokt .f mr
NOTICE I............ 'hap' I Bmilk. *... II M.l. I .. .line ., *,... a... II* .*"... kt IWMirrw
served a bed man and usherswere TW Bn.r4 ., PukIM. mmM .. WIVMII Ik k.4. .fCUMTI ....". .. .. .. ..
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Miss Hick Feted ... (......,. ...,..... will ..If.. iip.111. vklrk IIM lflr 4 ml 4 r<
whir C. Lath- orchid and lily of the kMitor.Ikl .,. D.r1./N a H4.,1. 11..p 4.T, 4.4 IleIp511 ;
Clyde ,. Wm. with a white .MilUAllcnVTnhlin. ..itoo I. Ik* klih l rain J'ilrJ.I .
.... SE IS. .M 1.11.1 I l'.a54uP of tan4 to lh. Nil '
With phial Shower toy Jr.. and Joe Laahley of Wet tied with a shower of ribbon Mo-rooo tram knlMmt. bard M.,4 U..u1ha555a545. To ..tII\\\
valley ... ..nh.. Hlk *.k.ol .Y 050NL.115. M *( MBit *f rwn. n.
Mr. Webster Bailey and Mrs. Hollywood all brother of the *. Rites .._*4 .Ik IW. Pint* nnM II......J, tk.r.k In !.!'. .. Si .......... Coo"'", .u.... Mn.. II ...., 4Mrlk4 MI

Calvin Carroll honored Mia Vivian groom. The mother of the bride wore a Mr, and 'n. Leon Mill. of thus* o.k.. ,......... TAM ...tto**.lll ... .....J..I toIrani l lIf ,....... ,p.5,4... hI"III 4.5.151.,.uly. (.........,., *HMn,4 lass rttkl M.f Ik**.f MOik lln* of k* lui IW >M*rlkI *4It

Hick, bride-elect July with Mr*. W Z. McLeod. organUt.preeented petal pink silk linen heath with city announce the marriage of .*..,.|>W l live kolMIn P' M.* *Tk n *kml4lii mr4or., ....! .....- (....." ,...... ntor.l4 ..,....Itll 555h.4554145*...*.. _.-

shower at the home of of accessories and a lavender their daughter.. Patricia Ann to ... r*...*4 front Ik. ......1 .n>.*rlrvlikln KUMrNBIIIATTrTl 44 M Ik. aw.k, Ik MM*
a bridal a program pre-nup matching n. WM.I ,row ,... dip .( 11."It. I, a. f..*l rllkl ., ., Ira .f Mini .
| M... Carroll Friday night tlal muale and accompanied: Mr. orchid. The mother of the Set. Robert C. Allen IOn of Mr .... .:...-. 1.115.4.ad5..44.4.4Ile$5bIh..daP..n.I1.Il.NI5..540.

Seasonal flower were placed at Dalla Bland who aang. "At Dawn- groom wore a green silk organsa and U,.. Robert N. Alien also of ".L M ('ow... It., tlinlrm. IAVAUGIIN A. *KMHNIClMk in 154.415/44111 ,... 114 *.>t. *.!..
I the The orle this at Btatenvllle Oa. on .. ...*t to IW iink...i...lf I* IM* rdtkiof
vantage point throughout Ing" and "The Lord' Pram. drew with matching acce* city Hrarr N. '.1|_, BiorlnlMi4> *.n *., lln. .f ..... .... III'A *l IW

horse traditional wedding marshes were and a corsage fashioned of a white July eighth. t .. NW. .*4 of ..W .nr.* in4 Mi..nl toIk

Mr*. Jack RaUlff. MU, Vivian uaed. orchid. Mr*. Allen! graduated from 8uwannee NorTcK OP INTPNTION' Tn accmiii IN JUDICIAL Tilt CIBC1UT CIBfUIT.COURT IN A14D TMIB POUWANNtB N.LaS.... II III.ft MkMl tMinl 4.nt al wor IW. Hn BMlk.Mil mlaiito .

(Hick*. and Mr*. Emily: Warner won The bride wore a floor length A reception wa held In the High 8chool..lth the cla** Trt WHOM FICTITIOUS IT MAT CONCRBNlNUTK Nun COUNtY, 'AT'DAA. M4 of .Ij ..4,

the prtaea for the game played gown modeled of Cluntllly lace Educational Building of the ef 1M4. 8ft. Allen graduated with 'B to ......., INw '.... '... ...... OPrtimiDAk AI.I .. IW A of 545 Hof
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I Among the twenty-five guest polled over a bouffant skirt 01 church. the clue of 11&1 from Dlile HKh tl.llta w..d. Mnvnnl kiflof fill to IW t of pMUHtooi 51.11./L.Him as AI*..I .< IM .>.!. MkS of nM *o>lto. :* 4MrlW41kf

preterit were Mr. L C. Hick of taffeta and featured a chapel The bride1 table WM overlaid School Cross City, and hag jut I I, plwM tiol.lo .*. wag /NI.1. .I ,...*... *.!.. nn4.. ....*4. M folU..llnof.lCMM l *...
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_. mother of the bride-elect train. The fitted bodice WM .Ion,. with a white satin cloth and hida completed hi* al< year of over ....Ilk 4 for Ik...Carl.. .....ol c.Ik..."(?.,..-.ptorMn.. r_r noon| Hi (tWANNKg 4.' COUNTY, a P.IHblIvMlttehM .. .... II. TMkl. M Ik I* "MOI",.'''. Bnnt II

urtd U... David Simmons 8r.. oflbntkUo sled and wa enhanced with a valaneed swag which wa caught aria duty with the U. 8. Army In p./l/ ., Pr.t of r.lu..ll..f. IN.. .f Ik. *UM ., 'II..... BMt, nl a'r'7.: : '
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mother of the grootn- lace enerutUd equar neckline at the corner by white Cinderellarow Germany C54d1... .... C Ural r.1.11.r. .... MM .... Mint .. r* of kOM 51...
The long sleeves ended In a point and cascading ribbon The set and Mr*. Allen are making 104., .1.kb aw ill ..54P. M h..4.... H. *. PI/YLTT..5.1." >M>* to Ik. M.ik .*... 5 r4kMof

I'd.UIII Gloria Wood and MIll over the wrUU. The layered elbow three-tiered cake wa crowned their home In Port flood Tri U>5..o. 0.... **.I..nnM..iMjnir.|. to, kMlnMi......... .n4o Hi NOTKt IMM-taiil to DfPinnMOtlCB til tt fort.,,'.ltii*.*frM W, ran 14.4..4/wlk.: ...

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Bailey aailtted the hoeymfmtem length veil of Illusion Ml with a miniature bride groom.A r *44rM. I* II.. B ll4in..
....... .,..... U.* Itak PIwM4.TS. .", ,.M w,. lkM..*k in nnito ., 5141'I5'
In tenrtrg punch age from a crown of tiny Ned pearla. similar table. held the punchbowl ...T....l. !r M Nltt |IN THB NAMB OP .1...* .,? Mill fMl .. .*. .** *f
'cooklf and Hawaiian For C..1 MTATU nP yIslIDA1TI I .4 .. ... 1.. ikM.* I 11'.4'15" w.
*. and potato chip I She carried a white Bible topped and compote of mints Party W It I* l THI r ..
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nut*. A table holding the ..... AND 5.nM'P5 fM /. of Bxnn.l =U 51.
Van .Mr Mill .t".I.
covered and N! an $ ) 54.Nr 54.
book wa* alto' Mtin w. t. m.ui vIITTTnh.NhP5444 5..44.4.. .
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held an annlvenary ea&dle tur- Under swaying branchei Tel N nnw., ..(.!(*. rlk .1154.4'III.pns
.ra. TOCON.Inra : :It" ... ,.. ..U. .4.M Hn ml <>M ...
rounded by miniature ... .. OP PIIB1IC "U''G Iw *
BEFORE YOU BUY.WHY NOT..TRY coned with Hawaiian l.nltl'Mn al flOWNO, VAfAfINO 51)111PPII' 'p'r7T. ..- ..... lnM HwlkMilwlr mtmmt 54YIr'1
Wamt Long kept the bride'. bonk.Mr l...- party wa given Friday afternoon. AaAteDONINn' A PODTHUM VP A"I'fD.UIIUC p..IS4.54. ........ .. 5.45w C55I. Immt rllkl of mmr 4.54 ml MM OM llto
R. L. Brtnkman and Mr*. HOAOr P5w/51 M-4 III 411. *.. W t* '- ran
MORRELL SALVAGESEVERAL July 3. from three to fire .... r e.-, lira IWI Ik. MMr4toi ri.l.l.. PI/Y1TT. ..... ...- .. .. I ,$55541541P 11 MI wee w 5.N MIN
Wm. U. Slaughter furnished musts honoring the eighth birthday efVangee d .,, t..w.r.r..5. d a.5.' .. ,-. p..154545 ....... r ....- P51 ., .........
for the occasion McMillan by her mother c..,:: rtssl, .1M 5.14 a 54514. h54P. ,.....!>. ,.w..* AIM..
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HUNDRED SHEETS Rle bag were passed to the ...,.. nl MeMitlan. at their homeon fMl it//N..4 111 *tto IW>k 15..10..b..h54: k M.4. V.B.: NAUKN. wkM ku A -.1: TJ..*kto I 5451Isla .

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PLYWOOD PANEUNG a ...... ..:.'r".I Ihwwhfa4 ( ..ir rwiMi f.......
the bride, Eddie Slaughter, Lewis A lei wa preeented each guest' all IMI. ...... ..... 00 114u14 PeiVtfTT NI'MTCH **4 Mf 0...._ mm ,... .Mt (to* ol .M.
Oreen. and Tommy AbrrcrombleAtalatmg ..*.. c-... .ea4". __..l>. ..s.YsI. I O MUNTk. .... kMlown ,ton It. Tw Mkto. I. Bwik.. laws IItool
7S sheet *! arrival and orchid
$2. per up on an pinned .114 N.ohw1.44.1114S ml Ik* tllm .. r....... *....... to .....MMAsVpaivBTV *l 4 ootnl Hill* MinrFirmmt
In *ervtn* were Mr*. In their hair, tumf mr 15..11 ta IW ** H Ik. NWM.no* ml ...n. / If.MM .
ALUMINUM SIDING_ WINDOWS Chart F Oreen, Mr. T C. Ab- The refreshment table .4 aMIkw 51. Mlk. M... : BTOTT. ah... mm... Mn o, IW a, *l ..'..
wa overlaid II Rwl *n4 *. -'t.:: :** k* a ttwikMlwr4lr ... .. r.h5..s paSSer.. \ ififryttMW ra*..,. to IW Wall toilof a r4to mlItl
errromble. Mr*. Eetefle Hudton, : with a euiurt pink cloth AlrwIkHi 4..r. a -,... *lIk P5$4. tl ,_. IW.** Irmm t ...... Wnrtm <
UPHOLSTER MATERIAL $1.00 Yd. Mrs Dean Ltwi ...,.. Arthur and centered with melon rind ( S W **M a llM f t. -*/ Ik* BW Hft .:,::1i''rly sleek. w5... ,.. ml B. Jt'ltl-. ran *oikoMto toIM.
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AND MANY OTHER CLOSE OUT ITEMS Crowe, and Mra. D. R. Hitt of Tllahaeiee. > holding pineapple punch. On one P..1. MW 54..d. 5 ....... III 1. ...... 4IOMM *l l. tt IM* to
c\.I"iil"\: ......, ...... 5451 :: :"r.l IkMM B.ll'irtf .
Mr Baa ICoff WM director 4p. t.4..5 a a.- 1541 IM5 MM $4 w5
aide wa the *rarl t cake twirled 54 .:1 >_. ,.I5.w .44r*.. to .,.... .. Ill* *t IMI to ,... Wto.to .
ef the wedding. with white mountain Icing and on If itmuli d ,... .... .. M.Ie of 4 r54N tmmmtmm to ,... MB W>.
Among the out of town guests other of Walklkl lee f r U..... ft a..r.N CMru ." MBA l N'iroTT.rwMnw .--. ." .. 5.45. H. a M4M ml Ittett ,... n* IkMMMlWMWflo
WAYNE MORRELLr the cup ,u., ISIS im\t eik, IMI.ttmftt 44rM to Illl nth A***.., sr.I MM NP.. IkMOfkI
were the bride' maternal grandmother cream and efom mint. IM Cmmmtf.*.'lMk MITteTi WM B>**MI Mr. W D. Hall from ....- owed,. IrMSat 01""".'.. a ...... <*.k. It .* fra' loMl> 55.h/
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TELEPHONE 752-3910 1Iand<. to til I* tool to Point ol o,to.tool Ik*
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the hates were her .1\ .- 44rao* to 05..1 <'MO| Plo*. ftokl ml ... NM ., OM *.... BM4III
'. salon. Mr. Walter. Mumrrove and Mo Illl UUokt A'MM: 545' a 4I.WM* ol It fMl MO M toM
ID tL.ciert/ir tmwr.: TMIBC *.earl. ra* IWUM. oo lW ty It Ira to 5 mMmtmm
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PACE FOURTEEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 1S, 19& I

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I New From; }Branforci Muggs and SkeeterColored After Wise ACL 45 YearsR. Retiree


By MRS. W. HATCH QtEETER! AREMT ALWVB PUT VOJR HANDKERCHIEF oN nis SNEEZE JUST aui' I NAVEMT1rou U. Wse. native of this county -
FORbaTTIMG OVER YOUR FACE WHEtl YOU BEFORE 11115 UST I itEFll ABLE TO FIND and for 45 years an employeeof
SOMETNIMG7 SMEEZEt! ON8 R SINCE( the Atlantic Coast Line RaIl-
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I I I OID USE road, retired July 1 at Palatka.He .
Last Rites For Branford v 1"a o MY It4NDI0RtCMltvt is a brother of Mrs. H. L.

Johns of Wellborn and was born

Touchton Arc Personals and rear don the Wise farm located -
north of Live Oak near the

Held July 4 Lt. and Mrs. Real M. ChandleJr. New Wise Hope was Church.a traveling auditor for

arrived Tuesday from Greenville the railroad at retirement and began -
funeral services for J. J. (Char S. C., for a. visit with Mr. his career as a clerk In the
ley) Touchton, retired farmer of and Mrs. R. M Chandler and Live Oak ACL office July 1. 1920.
the Branford area, were held July family before leaving Augustfor 3 He moved to Palatka in January
4 at the Branford Assembly c f a year's duty in Korea. 1945 after serving the railroad at
God Church. Mr. Touchton died Bet. Jack: Howard returned to a number of sites.
July 1 and hto funeral was heldon Bufcrd 8. C..this week after visiting He and his wife, the former
hla 91st birthday. He was bornIn his mother, Mrs. Mary How_ Luclle Brinaon. Palatka were
Georgia on July 4, 1874, and ard and other relatives. married in Jasper in 1919. They

had resided in the Branford sec- Mr. Mary Howard left Thurs- Douglass Graduate At I Safeguard Families have three daughters, one son
tion for the past 63 years. day (today) for a month's visit and six grandchildren.
The deceased ,was a member of with relatives in Gainesville, Oa, Army Non-Com School I Seconds will buckle a seat belt; .
an Instant will release it. Safeguard -
the Baptist Church and spent his WMre there she will undergo
SP4 McKinley Thompson, son of your family by using seatbelts
entire lifetime as a farmer. medical treatment.C. Many DescendantsSouth
News Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompsonof whenever and wherever you
Burial In the Macedonia D. Williams of Newberrj
was Africa's Afrikaner. descend
this city, graduated July 3 from drive or ride.Florida's -
Cemetery with the James B. spent the week end visiting Mr a non-commissioned officers' principally from a handful
Daniels Funeral Home of Live Oak and Mrs. Leon Hatch and Mr. and academy conducted by the Sev- of European Immigrants. Nearlyone
in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Charles Williams and family enth U. S. Army wildlife is owned by million persons bear the family -
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Louis Wolfe and family o f Ebenezer Church The certificate awarded the the people of Florida. names of only 40 original set

Mrs. Lillie Touchton Branford: Orlando are spending several days 1963 Douglass/ High School graduate tlers.
four daughters, Mrs. Rosie Clem- visiting Mrs W. J. Dempsey and Steward Contest stated that Thompson had commissioned officer corps. Catftnondo ofpcMnl convert .
mons, Branford Mrs. Annie Hal family fully demonstrated his ability to Thompson entered the Army in o hoid.ne epee.eb.M b.otaee N I The length of a cotton fiber
and Mrs. Alice Cooper, both of Mrs. Lois Williams and Mrs attain the high standards de- June 1963 following graduation portable dwwoMe far yew( varfte ranges from one to four thousand
Clearwater and Mrs. Fannie Minnie L. Philpot visited relative Ends SundayFollowing manded by the U S. Army non- from the local high school. I Route planM. times its width.
Budges, Plant City; four sons, In Bell Friday night.
Crawford Touchton, Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams the morning service --
Pete Touchton, Alachua Frank Jr were business visitors in Lakeland Sunday at Ebenezer A. M. !'.
and Tommy Touchton whose addresses Friday. Church here the stewards popu- I- MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS
were not listed; a half Mr and Mrs. W. W. Gay and larity contest now underway will ; _
brother, George Touchton, family of Jacksonville were week terminate. Contestants are Louis 0 1/ i p
Brooksville; 57 grandchildren and end visitors ()f Mrs. Nellie Dun- Johnson Earl Carter Sr., Buster QlzLwr '
lOG great-grandchildren. can. Allen. Sol Hlnson. Charlie wI MONEY for your farm opera
Pallbearers were Sloan Kent Misses Minnie and Fannie Dun- Lonnie Ford, P. V. Fantail .. lions at reasonable cost. Terms
Brownie Moses Leon Hatch, Em- can are spending several days in Cason. Waldo Johnson JoneS'j to fit your needs. Loans up to I
I. HELP WANTEDCURB For Sale Automotive 7 years. Can North
Florida
Pro-
eat Walker, J. R. Walker and Gracevllle visiting. .friends. Boyd, Gene DePass, William I ductlon Credit Assn. S. Ohio
Carl Peterson. Eddie Cason. and a Mr.
Ave., Live Oak. TeL 182-2518.
LITTLE ADS HELP WANTED NOW
Art Is Revived The steward receiving the most FOR SALE 1956 Lincoln. Must
e sb -tf
Ages 18 to 40. Apply in
winner. personA sell make offer. can 3631681. -
Plan Totem carving by the Tllnglt votes will be reclared the church BIG RESULTS ft W Drive In. caJJ. tf cbJJ 9-10
Showing Other services at the
Indians of Alaska had virtuallydied VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.
out when a U. S. Forest will be: BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE WANTED Waitresses. Apply at Machine machlneless. and cold

Home Movies Of Service project revived the art in Sunday School 9:30: a.m., Mrs. Whatever the purpose yea will Dixie OHU. caJJ. tf For Sale-Rc-aJ Estate wave permanent given. Operators
Rosa Fuller superintendent
the 1930's, the National Geographic Annie
H. Mills
find Democrat classifieds do FEMALE HELP WANTED Myr
Morning worship, 11'CO: ) a.m.,
River JourneyHome says.Summer. ,s sermon by Pastor White. the job, quickly and well Age 21 to 54: good health; 8 hour Branch OfficeSUWANNEE tle Mill and Mary Drew

ACE league 6:00: part., Mrs. E. day, 5 day week; Mln. education10th RIVER Boatrtght Manicurist Ruby
'SandalsLook grade: vacation, sick leave, REALTY Sanford at Annie's each Thursday
movies showing participation C. Carter, supervisor
of Branford's Boj Scout for new look for summer Evening worship, 7:00: p.m., with DEADLINE FOR INSERTION and retirement benefits. Writeor 407 DowUng St. Friday, and Saturday
Troop 90 in the recent 1965 Su sandals, their cutouts in all kinds the church's young people presenting 5:01 PJVt Tuesdays see Personnel Manager Sun- Farm Bureau Bldg. call U
wannee River Raft Race are to be of> freeform shapes, their colors a program with Mrs. land Training Center, P. O. Box Phone 182-U21

shown tonight. July 15 at the including bright brown grass Bessie Jackson, Mrs. E. C. Carter, LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 1150, Gainesville, Florida WINSTON J. ROGER Realtor
Scout Hut in Branford beginningat green, sky blue. Mrs. Sarah Robinson Mrs. Ellen c Sib U Specializing in Farm des Acreage ANY TYPE
cents word with a elates, and Loans
JVi per
8:00 Pearce, and Mrs. Rita Brown
p.m. MEMORIALWORK
WANTED White to live
woman
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which consists mainly The cotton plant normally sets minimum of 11.00.
The film serving as supervisor
and for invalid
home Q
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of Troop BO's raft The Mud Hog Jess than half its squares.In Pastor White the choir, ushers, (All classifieds muss be paid In lady Can R. O.care Fitch, 935-3950. FARM AND TIMBER LOANSAVAILABLE
and its crew; will depict highlights nd church members will participate advance.) Pdjj '-II
of each day's adventure the movie will feature campsites in a service at the Greater : DONE
beginning. with the takeoff from each night, the stop at Hart Bethel AME Church at 8:30: pm. ONE WEEK FREE WANTED A man to contract For Information can or see:
Branford to the final ceremoniesat Springs and various interesting Sunday during the anniversary. of to load broilers for Cotton Producers PAUL A. BYRD Granite, Marble Bronze
Manatee Springs. happenings while on the river I I that church's pester Clasalfleds ordered for fin Association. Contact 406 8. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-3333

Highlights of the film are said The crew ,of the Branford raft Prayer meeting, each Tuesday weeks, no the last wock'frM. Robert Smith Farmers Mutual Live Oak. Florida UVE OAKMONUMENT
to include the launch at Branford, included Scoutmaster Jamie Bio- evening at 7:30: pm. |.... will pay for a 18 word Exchange phone 363-3544. Phone 363-1389
pictures of all the participatingrafts cum Russell Bam, Earl Byrd, advertisement for five weeks. call U o tf CO.
including the winners in the I Joe Fletcher, Mike Hunt, Charley The lowest tides recorded In U. Use 8aws nee Draftocrat Classifieds Homor SanforJ, R.... t
race, the best constructed competition B&J.sden. and Doug Bowdoln. S. ..2 Inches, on the Florida Keys; for Proven Remit WANTED Graduate student to FOR SALE House and lot

t and the scout spirit award. Ba1 den and Bowdlon are members the highest, Bay of Fundy, Maine, earn while you learn the secret 110' x 180. on & Walker Ave.J. PHOTO COLORING IN OIL _
J Other events that will show up of Live Oak's Troop 360. .8 to 50 feet. e FOR SALE of the society of make-up artists. O. Cannon at Cannon A Charles A. Taylor RI. 4. Boa
CaU Mrs. Morgan Miller Wolfs Lumber Co. Phone 3621617. 188. Ltve Oak Fla Phone 3633393. -
I f 363-1060. pdj '-11 .
FOR SALE Used Tires and call U e4J U

Tubes. Bargains for cars, WANTED- Salesmen Women I
I trucks tractors. All sites avail Minimum 40 Pets per week. HORNE REALTY CORP.I CARL,* LILLIAN HOLUCRBACHHAVENT
able. Some like new. Hundredsto Ability determines income $300 BRANCH OFFICE RETIRED.:
\I pick from. Barber's Service per week and over, possible lit W. Howard PI. WE CANT AFFORD' TO!
Station. O'Brien. 035-1535. Also can 363-1968. pbjj 8-9 GEORGE B. DEES Neither nave we left Live Oak

available through your neighborhood Associate But we are back at our Comer
.. service station fromBarber' WANTED AT ONCE Womanto Phone 362-lftSS on South Ohio. Do
1 r I some to see us.
work In kitchen. Good hours
.
TIn Service wholesale 130 ACRES: /9
and good pay. If interested. apply
$2154 division. cadj tf I In person Parker's Drive Almost % mils on Suwannee River I
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Borne Marketable Timber
FOR SALE New and used to. U S 129. Jasper Road. SEWING
MACHINE
Good Location C1'O'1aDOJn"
pianos. Frier Music Co. North call U
120,000.20% Down
FUSS CALL US
Ohio Ave., Live Oak. 363-3111.
eajjtf, SINGERand
FOR RENT 3 Bedroom Home on Edge of Town
an other make: rebuilt henNew
; FOR BALK- Poulao and Pioneer Nice Blae Lot Carport
chain saws parts and service. FOR RENT Cabins and apart $8,800 Some Terms and! Used. Machine.
I Logging supplies, hooks clamps, ments. Budget prices include .r Needles Oil Parts
/ bows bars, and chains. Repairfor : lights and water. See Mrs. Possibly Trade For Equity 734 Brown St, u.. Oak PIa..

I most small gasoline engines Brown at the Bachelor Cabinson PhoM 342-2744
I
Tyre's Saw Engine Service Wlnderweedle St. between FOR BALE: 3-bedroom house, I Mrs. C C. Travis Managerebtjtf
.COOLPRICEFORAHOTCAR formerly Electric: Service Co.. Nehl Bottling Co. and the Gulf approximately 4 years old air -

i MS 5th St. Tour small engine Gas Station. pbah I.' conditioned, on large corner ;
headquarters. cadj tf lot. Call 363-3079. coil 1-.
HOUSE FOR RENT- Completely -

I FOR BALK 1 An sites of tar. furnished newly decorated FOR BALE OR RENT: 3-bedroom ATTENTION
paulllna. guaranteed not to leak.Ottls 2 bedrooms Howard Morgan home nice neighborhood cable ROME BCYEM
Brown Motors. cdJJ U US 90 West. Phone 363-3019. TV. wired for air conditioner,
eajjtf carport and utility room. Bee '- A Complete Building Service _
SPECIAL PRICES on roses bulbs J.B. Wsis m. Ml Blackburn An.
dahlias, yellow lycorts. ruffled FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Phone 363.1483. e ejj-U Personal Assistance In Planning.
glade salvia and ealadlums. homes. Plenty of room. Nice Construction and Financing
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Patio and inside plants. Phone and clean. Good well water. TRAILER: OWNERS.
7 363-3155. FILM STORE. Lake for fishing and swimming. LOTS FOR BALE BOB WOLFE
I ceJJ II.' Morgan's Traitor Part US 90 GOOD TERMS. Priced 8395
West Live Oak, Florida. Phono OUTSIDE CITY bat close In) GENERAL CONTRACTOR
CALVES FOR BALE-Dairy beef 363-3016. pcfdj: 19-19 PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor I U. 2. B.. 118-C .... W-tUl

: all ages. Nan< 2981. PdJJ '-n FOR RENT 3-bedroom house rt.OlUD"JJ..U
Live Oak. Florida
IJ on 8. Buwannte Ave. Can Paul '
FOR SALE -35 Angus bred belt A. Byrd 363-1389 or 363-1387. Phone 362-1389
era, 10 head not bred and 2 call If cU

1'. ) young registered Angus bulls.
Will sear part or an. Can 363- A nice place In town for rent and FOR SALE New two bedroom lOffUo ........ a4 Mck1hs.'s1
3363. eaJJ 0 a house with small acreage for home. 8MO down 569 month
I sale. Call 363-3935 or 93-3743. It U Kent phone 362-2512 or
FOR SALE Magnesia Spring call If 363-2M3. eau U
mineral water Guaranteed to
: help kidney trouble or gastric RECENTLY REMODELED 3- FOR BALE 20 acre farm, new
FOR LEASE
stomach or your' money back. bedroom house on paved road seven room home. Phone 342388. .
p Electric: cooler for rent 81 per northeast of Live Oak. Garden pall 9 .
week. Also have distilled water space U desired 830 per month. POE LEASE 6 months or mare
81.80 per 5 gal. lug. Mineral Write. T. A. Delegal. 1831 0.lOa ..- FOR BALE 3-twdraom boos. 865. 730 E D ml. 3 bedroom
water 81 per 8 gal. Call Ken- Road. Jacksonville Florida.caUU. 14 baths brick veneer Urge house; electric kitchen, carpets
non's Home Pharmacy to place lot. near school. 431 Hatklns tars* yard. Writ U. XtreUs.
an order Home delivery made 81, B. W. Phone 3433148.call Box 8944. Jacksonville: or II$-
FOR RENT turnIshed. -
regularly. Distributed by Jackson Four rooms tf 4843. pcIJJ I-If
FOB DETROIT Poor wiles out.Adults on.
Water Co., Ferry. Fla.
; ly. Phone 363-3393. eau U
phhj '-ll

Comet FOR RENT Three bedroom
III -AlMaviq I one and half baths,bauM at 630 TAILORED HOMES INC

(Reaewn '1".. B.Lat/tiss Now) & Ohio Aft. Phone 963-2934 or
contact C W. Clayton at 112
Custom Bunt Home Built To Your
Hervenston. eajj U
.. .the world's 100,000-mile durability champion Specification On Your Lot.
FOR RENT Newly decorated
LOST & FOUND
RAIODEUNO AND
furnbtwd apartment. Apply ADDmOKS
Mrs. P.C. '"-II. tit DemorortSt. 190%" FTXANCIMO AVAILABLE
\ PLACE STRAYED from farm at DowUng. Phone 342-1498.. 343-3143 QUALITY WORCUAX3KXP
THE FORD
Park a Black Angus mate year- eajjtf
tag weighing about 300 Ibs. If JAMES D. (Jim) MIMS. R.pre.eatatly.
I RATUFF MOTOR COMPANY found please contact A 7. FURNISHED: HOUSE FOR RENT.

LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Pi*. .. 32-1111 Former .phone 38333U.peJJ8lt Can be seen on the old Jasper ,... 362-1KS
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY .5. 1966 VOL. 81, NO.9.
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.Mr*. Lola Newson of Live Oak Misses Louise and Joyce Hayes n ,
, spent Friday of last week with Mr. spent Wednesday night. with Beth
and Mn. Drew Holmes. Ann Lepper. I Branford( PersonalsFrank
Miss Beth Ann Lepper. spent Mr. and Mn. Drew Holmes News From Branford i
Thursday night with Louise. Joyce were supper guests of Mr. and \
and Faye Hayes.Mr. Mrs. R. H. Roberta inLake City Hlnea left Monday for Mlti* Sherry) Crtbbs of Miami la ,
and Mrs. Roy Howell and Saturday night Starke where he will visit his visiting her grandmother, Mrs. L. !
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Howell of Mn. Lucille Olive and daughter BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH daughter Mrs. B. L. Thomas and A. Sims and other relatives
Live Oak were supper guests of Marilyn are spending a few family, and son, Jack Hines and Mr. and Mn J. D. Fletcher and I

Mr. and Mn. Murl Howell Thursday days with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive Mr*. Lois, William, Mrs. Bryan Shower DorsrtU Krfurn Home family.Mr. daughter of Macclenny visited Mr.
night. In Klselmmee. and Mrs. Mack Hunt and and Mrs. D. B. Fletcher and family
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dekle and Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Suffers Broken Ankle honoree AI llranfortl From faint Journeyturned family spent Sunday In Gainesville Sunday,

r baby, Lisa jot Jacksonville spent spent Sunday of last week with Mrs Lois P. Williams, town The home of Mrs. Frank Collins home last wevk from a visiting Mr. and Mrs Gary E. E Lynch Sr. I U.a patient in
last week end with Mr. and Mrs.b Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anden. clerk for Branford. suffered. a near Branford was the setting recently turned horn elast week from a Avery the Veterans Hospital In Lake
Drew Holme Mr. and Mn. H. M. Moore attended -- -- .
for a bridal shower honorIng two and a half months vacation City
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and the sing at Oak Hill Mn. Bob Bryan the former tour which Included Brattle. Paul Price, son of the Rev. and
children: visited Mr. and Mn J. Church Saturday night. Bcachvillc Darlene Collins Wash Colorado Vermont Canada Young Hrnnfonl Couple Mn. Allen Price returned home
7.. F. Toole Thursday nUht Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Trans of The home was beautifully decorated Alaska, and other points of Honored At SupperMr from the hospital Sunday after
Mr. and Mn. Drew Holmes weredinner Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs." Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City with seasonal flowers. The Interest. While away the Dorset and Mrs Charles D. Wll- undergoing foot surgery last week.
guest of Mn. J. H Keynols L. P. Fortner Friday night. filled his appointment here Sun- refreshment table was covered traveled over 13,000 miles and returned llama Jr., were honored with a Mrs. Dean Constantine and
In Live Oak Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mn. Ernest Holmes day, had good services He was with a linen cutwork cloth and home having had nothing covered dish supper Wednesday family of Orlando visited. Mr. and
and Mrs. Merle Heading and Bob Turman of Antioch Community accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. held a seasonal arrangement of worse than several flat Urea. night st the Pint Baptist Churchof Mrs. Leon Hatch and family last
and children. Dorcas Ronda, Wyatt and H. C. Wood and son. Shaw, also of Lake City : mixed flowers. During the trip they visited Branford. Tuesday night.
and Carmen, and Mr. and John of Jacksonville visited Mr.!' Mrs. W H. TldweU Mrs. O. D. During the evening games were, their son, Captain Herbert F. Dor- Mr. and Mn Williams have Mr. and Mn. Paul Oresham
Mn. Chris NUaley and children, and Mn. Drew Holmes Saturdayof 'I Beach and Mrs. Cleo Terry were I played and prizes awarded to t.h.wlnn.rs. sett and family In Denver, ColMurcrlliiml'liHpot been resident of Branford for 'and family of Tallahassee spent
Dianne and Michael of Blounts- last week. a the week end Mr. and
Joint hostesses at a shower given Refreshments of sher- the past several months and will visiting
town spent Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and Mrs. D. Thomas and
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family.
for Mrs. Roger Clark, a recent bert punch cake and nuts were lOOn be moving to Lakeland when
Sunday of last week with Mr. and Rev. Charles Johnson spent Sunday Mr and Mr. W, Barn and
bride of Jacksonville, at the homeof served to the guests present The Mr. Williams will be engaged In J.
Mrs. Norman Ander with Mr. and Mn. B. F.Hayes. Mrs., TldwelL A number of honoree received many lovely Engagement Announced the Insurance buIIln.... family and Mr and Mrs. Bill Sykea
Mrs. John Sheppard visited Mr. games' were played and prise were gifts. Mr and Mrs Pete P. Marcellino While In Branford the young and family spent the week end in
and Mn. B. F. Hayes Sunday af Mr. and Mn. Norman Anders Hostesses for the Fort Walton Be'leha1Un, relatives.
won'by Mn. Robert Fletcher Mr. occasion were I of Edgewater, Md. announcethe couple have been very active In
ternoon. and children: attended services at Calvin Warren, and Mn. Don Mrs. W. E. Smith. Mn. L. L. Full engagement and approaching civic church, and community af .
Mr. and Mn. Dewttt Fortner attended Westwood Church Sunday night Odom. The honor opened the er, Mn. Roland Sandlln. and Mrs. marriage of their daughter Anna fairs. Both were reared In this Alex Purcell left Sunday for a g
the sing at Oak HOI Mr and Mn. H. M. Moore visited many lovely gifts for all to admire Collins. Marie, to David H. Phllpot. son of community' and graduated' from two week vacation In North Carolina
Church Saturday night. i Mr and Mrs. C. D. Clark Out of town Mr, and other point of Interest
The hostrsMs served cookies and guests attendingwere and Mn. 1. P. Phllpot Jr. of Branford High School.
Thomas Lee Boatright\ and son! Sunday afternoon.Mr. Iced colas to a large crowd of rely Mrs. Estell Collins of Jack.sandal. Branford. I They were presented with farewell C. D. Williams of Newberry .
Eddie, visited Mr. and Mn. Drew and Mrs. Jasper Crews of tire and friends of Mrs. Clark.!: ., mother of the honor, The wedding will be an event lifts by friends. spent Ute week end Visiting Mr.
Holmes Sunday afternoon Wauchula and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mrs. B. E. Spooner Is spending and Mn. Robert WIllard of West of Saturday, August seventh In and Mn. Leon Hatch and Mr. andMrs. th
Norman Anders spent Sunday Howell were supper guests of a few day visiting relative In Palm Beach.Hanging. Edgewater Md. Charts Williams Jr. and
with Richard Locklear. The Lock Mr.and Mn. Drew Holmes Friday Jacksonville this week. . C UUnnw Year Ubnrrls4Un/ ) famI Ies.
lear family and Norman Anders nUht The Farm Bureau held Its
attended the Locklear family,'reunion Mr. and Mn. L. P. Fortner visited monthly meeting here Thursday Gnrtlrn Egg laying Season
at Orlando Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mn. J. B. Wilson In night After the covered dish supper The Hanging Garden of Baby Nature enthusiast haw gathered
and Mrs W< B. Dekle and Llvt Oak Sunday afternoon. << a lure crowd enjoyed good Ion were as much a labor of love along the Ft. Lauderdale
daughter, Lisa of Jacksonville, gospel \IlnI.Ur. as the Taj Mahal. NebuchadneturIs beaches to watch giant sea turtles
and Mr. and Mn. Drew Itutmes Machine are used' to harvest and Mrs, O. D. Beach visited I said to have built the gardens lay ..... I FOR SALE
visited Mr. and Mn. Willie HbweQ more than two-thirds of the OB. their son-In-Iaw. BUI Bart for his wife about 600 B. C. because The female turtle, weighing 250
Sunday morning of last week Cotton crop. "'". of Newberry who Is a patient she missed her homeland of to 2.000 pounds annually lays up
to 300 eggs In the sand duringthe
and World Book 'I
hills trt.ll'fI1Orta
In the Medical Center In Gainesville -
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Encyclopedia. full moon. Afterwards she NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME
I joins her mate, waiting half a mil
For The Bert In and Mn. Herachell Cason or so at era.iloleber .
and children DeWayne and Cam- broken ankle In an accident at .
ROOFING. my. of Jacksonville were guests her home last Tuesday morning. I $300 Down- $69 Month
h CALL COLLECT of Mr and Mn., H. C, Cason Sat! Mn. Williams made an awkward IW Taxi
urday. step a* ahe stepped out of bed Detroit Unknowingly a Ul
: STANDARD ROOFING Mr. and Mn Walter Beach and and stumbled breaking the two driver trailed. while his fare robbed
and Mr. and Mrs Martin, Beach and small bones In her left ankle. a bank The driver told the Fill H. L KENT :X
sons Scott and Randy of Oalrvtlle. *.- She has been a patient at the he drove the man to the bank
SHEET METAL CO. wen guests of Mr and Mrs University of Florida Medical waited for hIm. then drove a
Ill So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244- 644REE Willie Brach Sunder, Center since the accident but Is block where the man paid his cab- Phone 362-2532
/ / BONDED Mn. Ibis Spoonrr of Jacksonville : expected to return' home the Utter fare and dIM P1JNII't'C1
UTI:: MATES VALDOSTA'S' BEST ROOFERS was a guest of her parents, part of this week. a Or 362-2663
Mr. and ..... Luther Adklna, a The clerk's off Is open during The Arab. In Spain used cotton I
few days last week. regular noun |I fiber for paper In IO&O.

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TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965



== County, Flnrlda, t The property of the heir* of H. S. of way line of Old Stat Rod.' II*. run Commence on the WM| line ef Sect,.
.ter (91 gmielted ETHEL PRIVETT HAnEN and 5... PrI..,,. thane* northeaiterly alonf e.litinj II IT, Tovnkhlp II rut eat
fhI huaband. V. 8. HAGEN. whoaa laa "
foot rubs of way line of laid Old Stat a point .n. feet northerly fromth ,
known roaldane* address I I. Suwanno PARCEL NO. 101.I SECTION 17110 Road let a dlitanc of .0 feet, run SW earner of laid Section IT, UMpoint
Connty Florida | 101 RIGHT-OF-WAY northwesterly 11 feet nor *r !*.. to .....n. MI th. nr* of cur** r,,n.
MYSTICS PRIVETT HUNTER and her That part oft th* Point of BofJnnlnc, rave t* the 8K: havlnc a ndlui of oil.Hi
huaband. ... C, HUNTER whoaa last WH of II!: of 1111: : a feet thence from a tangent .hearlm .i
I known ....Id.n.. addraaa la Suwanna 18B NR Section A psre.l' of .. '.." E.:
z s of >4 of th* ot IR of .land In SW14 of SE!:% 5.1 run aouth.aaterlr alma.
WOMeNCLARA v County, Fiorina) Town.Mp I South Range II Bait and NW 14 of Section 17, Towiahlp I South.Rani aald eur.. thrauch aa ....1. of IS>OI 4,..
MARY PRIVETT SCOTT a widowwhoa UI NW4 of 8WH of NWH and SK II de *rlbd. by mete and bou... S dlitaae* of 100.71 foot to tKo n4 M
.Met known roaldane. add,..
of BW>4 of NW'4 and the 8% of 8EK .. follow said curve, turn thence 8. 11'11'11" F
la Bradraton Florida' .. ... ... .. "
of NWU. all la Section IT. Townahll Commence on the west lino of .0. foot in 'H. tIMO 10" W
Fg BHELLIB: PRIVET alncla, who.a lost I South, Rang* II East, Lying. eacl tlo* 17, Townihlp I South a.... II SO II fort to th. Point of B.tlnnlnt ",,
known ...Idon.. ."01.... I I. Bradan aids of and within' 10 ft of th* *ur.*y East at a point 1711II feel aomberly Borrow Pit N. 1. contlnn tb. r. 8. 1| .
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor 1t ton, Florida II.. of 8tat Road IS* Relocated. See from the NW corner of sold Section 17. IflO" W. 15040 r.." ru> thence N
CLARA PRIVETT. alnilo, whoaa laa tlon "..0..01. said aur... line being, aid point belne an the ..* of a curve 41'irif W. 141.fl foot, run UK.,.
known ...Id.n.. addraa. I. Brad.to ..- ..irlbed aa followal concave .. tha aouth .havlal a radlua of N. II MOW E. 1 T.I* foot n, .
,, Florida I Commenc on th* tut line of Section ...... fact thence from a tantent hear'In B. 11'4140"< 11:. 14* foot to the rZ,
Bliss\ Roberts Tells MRS. J.. H. SCOTT whoa la>t known II, Township' t South Rang II Eaa of 8. n...'.." E. run aontheaiterly. of Bea-lnnln- of Borrow Pit No. fj: ?
Antioch Quit) ..Id.n.. addr.. I. UJl 14th Ar.nua.
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at a point 10.47 feet northerly from lone said earn through, in male of Containing .Til aero more ar L>"
Wit Bradanton. Florida) the BE ornor of the NEK: of said Bee' It'OI'ir a dlltance of 10071 feet to The property of Mr. Calllo. J.hn.os
Wedding Plans Met CALL1B JOHNSON a widow, (oleo tlon II. said point balm o* tha ar* ofa the end. of laid eurr. run Ihenee 8.
Thursday known aa Mr. O. K. Johnson) whoa. rune concave to th* south baring a ||..4f0 E. 114110 foil to th. .....- In addition. the "tltlo..1 .... .*.( '.,
Miss Blenda Roberta and Don- The monthly meeting of the ,lack known raildano nddroa !I. II. ..011... of IS4II foot, thence front a nine' of a curve .0..... t. the NE h... -. _. for too ahov. .....d. pu.".....
ald Warner of Jacksonville have N. W. 10th Btrwt, Pompano Baaeh tangent .bearing of N. 75-11'It" W. run In* a .radlu of ......* foot, ma thenc a borrow pit. oaaonont ........ the. akuv.
Antioch Home DemonstrationClub Florida' ; northweiterly. weat and aouthwoiterly. .outheaeterly. alone aid curve throuthnn doMribod tract of land oealcnatMl ..
completed plans for their wedding was held Thursday afternoon J, R. THOMAS and hi, wlfa. MARJO. along .Id .a... tkrougk an angle. oIt'vT'lO" angle, of 0111.If a di.lanca of mill Parcel 14 Section. ."....... Dnace /.
which will be solemnized at 1 RIB: THOMAS. whoa lea know mldone a "I...... of SIS... feet to feet thence from a lament h .rl"t Eaes.sal.
at the club house with 13 add... li Dural County, Flar 17'M'Sl-. Yea and ...a.. of ,.. .
In the afternoon July tho and of laid ..r... run 'h...* S of B. 7IMIt E. run 8. ar* bony ma
three-thirty members present. W Ida 1441 Inilaald* Ar.nua, Jackaonrllla ll'lv"10" W, T7I.S feet to th* point' .r 10 feet to the Point of Betlnulnc of the ntoadod to appear la tko Circuit C..
twenty-fifth in the Live Oak ) beginning of said aurvey Una, run thence. parcel. of land kerelaaftor dcecrlhed laid hi and for 8...... Count. ..tort.... 7i
Mrs Morgan Miller presided over and .unknown\ ..*..0... ctalmln' .w N. ll>0"'10" C. T7I.It feet to the e.Klnnlng .- point belnaon the ..I.tl.. north II tho of''''. of tko. Clerk of tko Cllrn,
Church of Christ. the meeting. A Ways and Mean GRAND PAWSFlveyearoldDonna havln err In..,.' or alalm .. halra. of a eurr. ...*>. to the ...,," foot right, of way Haa of Old' Stat BoadII Coirl I. 140 0.... Florida. M tko t.\\.
Bro. William Pierce will performthe own., mo.t...,..*. judm.nt .,.110.. a radlu of 114.tl feet, run *. run thenc Weston alone laid II dar of Aua-aet. ..*.. to akow what. riot' '
assisted Bro. Committee was appointed and Fries wants everyoneto llanholdara or otharwU. upon or ...I..t thence "ortkeaatarly, aaat and aouthaaterly foot rlht of way hoe .f Old 8t.,. BoadII tltlo. ar Intern rou, or aar of ,.. barn
ceremony by tha' pareala of 1 land drurlbad' In tha : dlitanc of 41 feet lee or lalm In and to tko abort. .
more *r
plans discussed for a booth at the know that her Nancy is : along aalo curra through an a do er1ktd..
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Everett Williamson. of Tailor" harotofor fllad anglo of 55-OT'/1" a dlatanco' of l.l... rua thence northerly. 17 feat t* a pointoa tract of land ... to show cam .i,
music will beMrs. county fair.HOIIteases.. an unusual kitten. Nancy has In th. offlc of the Clark of tho Clreul feet to the out line of _..... II To..- tk.* sash II.. ef But Read II*. tko same ihouM not Ito take for UKaoa
Providing nuptial Court of Suwannaw County, Florida, apart I Section S7IIO-I401 point 47.71 faotnorthwe.terly aad sot oat .
Mrs. John Cameronand each ship South Range II East (.e.{ line at a parpeiia aa o.In. Yea
Dallas Bland soloist and. six claws on paw. a You of this prooaadlnf. of Seetton si;, Townahlp I I South, Range from the Pelat *f Be lnnln are kerahr rooulrod to aoro apea Alh.t
organist Mrs. Corbett Musgrove, served Nancy is the envy of the pet an haraby rotlflad that th. Stat. II Last) at a point 1711.11 feet aouth- *. run thence mtheaiterly aloaiaalJ T. Alrth, Petitioner .''''"''1'. who.
alas Karen. Perry of homemade Ice Road Dapartmont nf Florida, an A.. alp from the MW corner ., laid Section aouth riiht of way Una of sold Slat addr., b P. O. Box 1. LI*. Oak. nMa. -
Lex Roberts will give his daughter refreshments owners in Donna's section of of tha Stat of Florida, and SuwaaaoaCunty 17. th..... from a tangent bearing of Road II* a dawn* af .'.U feet Mth a oop, .. roar wrttioa ..,.*** t,
cream and pound cake. Kalamazoo Mich. a Political. Subdlvlalon' of th* S. ,.'..'.." E. rua loutheaaterly along Point ef Bectnnlnl. Containing I ta aid potltloa o* M hefore tko lltk e..
in marriage Stat of Florida' ha.. fllad. a petition Hid the 7,141 la, of Amain 1MI. and to file
will be urr* through an angle of 11'02'11" ae.a.rfat acre moro *r tko orf.lwlof
The August meeting a ....
Miss Gall Williamson will be la tha Circuit Court I. and for .. dlataac* .f 10'.Tl feet to th* end of arlualva of e.ltlnc read right of way.Th said. wrlma I dofouoa wltk tk. CUrkof
picnic n.. County, Florida, .....In. t* condom. Hid Calls Johaaoa.PABCEL tko aid Court.WITNESS .
supper. curve, rua tame .. I .. .. E. property ef Mrs
Miss Ruby Rich- .._ ... .
maid of honor. Lawn' "Coke" Party for 'h. of the ,..t..t. ammalntanane 1140.I* feet to the beginning *f a e..r.. mr bad aa Clark and fat
1aoQ..fAd; Mrs. Franclene Barnesof of n *tt. klckway. tk'* foImpl concave to the NE k...... a radlua of 114 BFCT1OM .,.......1 .... of tklf, Court at Lr. Oak. rkancta.
Jacksonville bridesmaids. the home of the bride. Serving For Miss DennisThe title to tk. following.. daurlbodtraeta 110.... feet rua th.... ..' ...... MORROW PIT EA8EMFNT" tkJa tltk .da,. of ....... ......
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are Giyen of land In I. County, along sold curve, tkrouik a total ..- BORROW PIT NO. 1 BIGHT OF LAVAUGHM A. 18810H
Wendtelena Lewis .Is flower girl will be Mrs. Hugh Lewis. Mrs. Everett Florida, to.wlttPARCEL oral anglo of II'SO* a dlitana* ef 144.44 STATION 4114-41... Clerk CI..6. Cart
Williamson, Mrs. Wiley Bird back lawn at the home of feet t* tke end of paid rv*. aad ea. That POrt oft 8...... C.Itsh, !11I"-
and. Scotty Dlz. ringbearer. Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips Sr. was NO. lot BFCTION 17119 of aald. ....., lln., 1W ., SW\ % '."heal .f rlUL
Vern Roberts and Lendon Suggs Mrs. Dean Lewis, Miss Alice Bird, HOI RIORT-OP-wAY' ALSO, old Sat. Road :. r.: I. 8rotloa IT, a, If 1.1..... Badford

will be eandleUghters. Miss Karen Roberts and Mill the setting for a "Coke" party That part af i A parcel. af lad m tka ME:44 *f *E"4 Tswu.hulp 5 loath, Egon Ii Ea.c dose Depot dark
honoring Miss Elaine. Dennis, Sat of 0,. NP. tb. 5W of NEH of Section II. 515
tI'I\T\ i' ::.a.i Towaiklp I 5
Robert. Vaughn of Kansas City, Connie Cannon. Mrs, Wendell T.wabip I Muth, South, Rang II Eait, doacrlbed ail
urday morning from ten until E..., lyln aoutkarly of and withte ..
will the bride's book. Bounded .
tko
and Lewis keep : MB ky tko amtkwaat.erly
best oa
Mo will as man
serve with Mrs Winston fact of thas....1' II.. of ",.,. ...d
TeX Friends and relatives of the eleven O'clock. IS* ..Ioe...... SactUm ITI-S.. ...I..u..r 4* foot right .f way line of Slat
Jim MoCormick of Houston. Futch Jr. I. Mood ......A. bounded .. Ik* aoutk.erly A For
Rogers, Mrs. Frank lln ....rlbo. followalBnlnnln Thought TodayBy
invited to attend both kalnf aa
and John T. Karpus of San Fran couple are by tk* aortkorly I* foot right of
'h. lln of Bortlon
J. Marvin Phillips Jr. andMrs an wt
Mrs. Stat ,
Road 111 relocated I
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cisco. Calif. will be ushers. the marriage ceremony and re IT, Towniklp I loath Ban(. IS ...t" alaued.d. oa the NW ky the ar* id BRODT C. HARRIS
The reception will be held at ception. ,, Philips Sr. aa hostesses. at a point III.47 foot northerly from I a..... concave I. the. MW hiving. .
'
The two refreshment tables th* 8W tornrr of th. MW "4 of HoMlonIT. ...1... of I* feet .Id cam .kelug. tan.gent -I've seen a lot of trouble but
most of it has
Township I South. a.".. IS East to tka ......... ,. 4* foot right. never happenld"In
placed on the lawn were overlaid aid point .wing. on the ere af A ..... of way line of Stat Bead ..111." al Mart Twaln'a day. as today, people had a tendency to worry

I Here And There I Irs. with tangerine cloths and of concar......to .th.. tkanra aonth h.ving from a a tanaratbaarln radlu Iha.NW end of laid curve, and tangentU "" "" about things that MIGHT happen, but most of the
center-I' of northerly I* foot right .f way time never did! There U a good JuIoIbe
ed with marigolds and & S. 7s-a1'a" E. run loutk.aaatarly Ilia of But ....01 II* relocated at Mooathw..terly "
tine .Id ..r.* tkrouik an learned from the great author and from our own
and end of add ,
of red. curve
shades oranae. ..1. of Ilor4." a .,...*. af l...7i ALSO experience of worries
>& B. W. Helvenston Jr.. !left McLeod of Jasper t-iurt1\er-(; rry out the motif. fast t* th* and of aakl ..ro, ran than**., A a Mnd I. the NI!:% .r .114 r many. our' are borrowed.
to Mr. and Mrs. Homer RatUf sandwiches S. 41'15'10" E. 10Ease.t to lb. k* .f rrool, : 1.etbot l7b..hip 1 It has been said that "no man ever' sank un.J .
for Washington D. C, Party dips, ribbon ,
Sunday .llIn''". of .urir1 *...... to th. MEhirlni ; "
spend several days. returned home last week after cheese biscuits, and other party a radlua/ of 1101 I* I.... run South Bounded Rang o*II tha Eaat.south doaerlWd ky the sal...." l'' thethe'burden YET TO of the day When the burdens of

spending their vacation. in Sand foods placed on the table were In thane aouthiaatarly .be. aald i cor. vlhroush II root right' of way line of Btat RoadII COMB are added the weight of
Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth an a total .mesas; angle .r 11 $0' ..100.'.... Boctloa. I7IIO-I401. bean living is unbearable. It we only live each hour and
ford visiting Mr. and Mrs. John of the motif. a .,.t.n.* of 144.14 ft to th. .nd .f w
Wednesday the colors dod J each
Mrs. C. R. Wadsworth left .. :* SW ky Ik* aortkoaaterly" 4* moment as U cornea NOT TRYING TO
said *ar and and .f said ... ., .line, :t.\
.. for Washington D C. to I Ratllff and in Clearwater where Mrs. Phillips Jr.. kept the Contalnlni *.*47 a.... ntor* or (.... .foot.....4 and of branded way Ila._ th ef*Stat MB by Boad tk. MEET: THE) INTTRK FUTURE: life will be so
they were guests of Mr. and Mri ..elu.lr..1 nlitlnf road rirkt ., war.Tb. much simpler\ For surely the follows
visit Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth'5 bride's book and Miss Neva Rogers an af a *arv* concave la tha ME: .baring as night day
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eon and Mrs C. R. Wadsworth's E. H. Holcomb. They also visited assisted the hostesses in serving "1. wlf.provarty, Marion .d Joy.J..a.Thom.Thom.: ... a radio of 10* feet, .ald curve .being. 'I 1Ii the months roll on and the my situation *e
tangent to the 40
Gardens and other nortbeaiUrly foot right thought we couldn't COM with is either softened On
Herb Wadsworth Jr. Cypress places of II of Sate Road IIS-A ., tha.
grandson, Invited were Mrs. Braxton Dennis way *
the horizon of
memory or. if it still exists whe have learned lire
of interest. PARCEL NO. Ill SECTION 1711 NW cad of cold, carve and tangent to to
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Purvis and mother of the honoree, Mrs 111 RIGHT.OF-WAY' tke Worth I* foot right. af way lln* .fBtal with It. Call: SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME. '

.1 daughter Kim Is spending a few Mr. and Mrs. Burney Ratliff E. E. Williams mother of the That part oft III. roloealod, at tie Soulkea.t -
spent last week in Sanford as sE'A of 5W .f NE.f Metlo. 11, -"o said cum FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
days this week with their grandparents groom-elect, Mrs. J. D. Martin T..n.hlp I 5 Math, R.nr. IS E..l, Iyins ALSO)
J Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Regis guests of Mr and Mrs. John Rat Miss Babsy Phillips of Halnes each aids of and wit Kin I* feet of the A p..I .4 Mad I. d MRI( SIIW....... County Residents
I ....., hoe of Btat Stoat II Belorat- Wi:
llff. While there they toured Cypress ( of NR ot ... S.etbo. d..erlb.db
City. Miss Oayle Wynne. Mrs. ed) Section. |TII .|III) ..101 ....., IIn.hln. >, melee and ........ aa follow i HARms
ter.Miss Gardens and other nearby daacrlbed .. follow Commencing the. ., BRODY C.
Babey Phillips returned toI Frank Futch Sr., Miss LeNelle oa ** Ua of So.Ii -
points of Interest. B. Innlnr *a the oait lln* Bertloo Ion 1*. Towaihlp' I South ..... II
I her home In Haines City Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon and Phillips, Mrs. Wesley Mlzell Mrs. II, Townihlp, I Ran,.o II Rait.at Rot, at a point 17111 faot eootherlyreaa Licensed Funeral Director
after spend several days with Mrs John Paul Schneider Mrs. Robert a point 110.01 foes northerly front th* MB corner of said Section" larS
daughter, Connie and Mrs. Esther the BE earner af Sits NEH of laid !**' point being. aa tk. ar* af a carve
J. D. Martin and son, Oary. Miss Cannon Mrs. Tom Cheek, Mrs. tlo. 11. aald point afar .. tho are of a .....rave to the aoulk kavlag a radluiof SUWANNEE FUNERAL
Phillips was accompanied home by Collins spent a week end recently Hobby Brock Mrs. Norman Profs .... **nenr* t* the ...*,,, ...'ins t4 II fool, theme from a tangent HOME ; ::
at Lake Fanasofkee visiting radlui of 114.II fo t. then.. from a bearing ef N. TI'll'10W.. run northweetarty. -
Mr. Martin who will be a houseguest man, Mrs Robert Cason. Mrs, '.nu.' bearing af N. ,..11..." W. run .t and eaatkweoterly aloag 825 & Ohio.
ATO
for a-. few days.Harriett Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cannon and Johnnie Flood Mrs. Alfred T. nortkwoeterly, .... and aoutkwoatarlyalone rid **rv. tbrougk. aa ..... .. U'Ori. I.,
attended the Cannon family reunion aald' ..... through. an anile off a dlitane, af .u.* feet ,. the end of LIVE OAK FLORIDA'
Helvenston returned ilrth, Mrs. Thomas Radford Sr., N'le" a ...,.... of 111.I* feat I* aid _..I. rua than** a 15'..'..* W.It .
I Irs. Hugo Botolongo, Mrs. Everett the end of laid, .ar.., rsaMan. tl feet, t6...* B. n......" El II
home Saturday after spending ,Miss Janice Howe of Addis. La. S. ...00...- W. 10114 feet U tk. f eel to the Point of Beginning at ,Ito
several days In Orlando with Dr. Williamson Mrs. Sam Koff, .*..'..II.. of Slate Road II*. parcel of .bind herelnefter deoerlked, r.. PHONE 362-1234
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mamie Mrs. David McNelll Sr., Mrs. Robert Containing; a It* aem mere .r .loaa.ulual ,koac. 8. ..'"'.." W. M feet ta a petalo
and Mrs. Oeorge Starks. Sandlin, for several weeks. : ** af .lot/, /.. road right of ..,.. the. .l.llng nortkweel II fool rtgkl'
Chlldress! Sr., Mrs. Robert '
Mrs. Bobby Owens, Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs Guy Brannan
Children Jr. Mrs. C. T. Bataden.
Moore, and children Stephenie spent Friday night and SaturdayIn I Mrs. Clayton Bass. Mrs. Raymond

Bill, and Chuck, Mrs. Frank Futch Jacksonville visiting their son
Williams Mrs. Bill Alrth. Mr.
'.. Jr. and children Angela and Lewis Brannan.
Leon McDonald Mrs Harvey
"I. Frank III. and Mrs. Danny B Mr and Mrs. Steve Denmarkand
Perry, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs.
: McCrlrnon and Burt and
sons, granddaughter, Deborah Doff B. McCrlmon Mrs. Tom
j Mike left Tuesday morning for spent several days this past week Danny
Mrs Wm. R. Slaughter
Moore, ,
Daytona Beach for several days visiting Mr and Mrs. Thomas Zip-
Mrs. Brody
Mrs. M. J. Kirby
Mrs. Virgil P. Jones of Bar- perer> en route to Jacksonville after -
Harris. Mrs. FII McMillan\ Mri.
bourvllle, Ky., i is visiting MrsJones' vacationing in Washington. Chevroletworkpower
Musky Musgrove, Mrs T. J. Ken-
nephew and niece Mr. and D. C. the Blue Ridge Mountain,
non, Miss Rose Base Mrs. J. D.undlff. .
Mrs. Bob Tuttle. and other points of interest
Mrs. Donald Burch, Mr*.
Mr. and Mrs Bill David of Hollywood Mrs. David Moore of Columbia ,
and Miss
Louie C. Wadsworth,
spent Sunday evening with S. C., and Mrs Danny Brlneman :
Tina Fletcher
Mrs. David's aunt, Mrs. J. D. Martin and children of Maryland visited .

en route to the mountains of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zlpperer.

I North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hart and The length of the Individual

I Mr and Mrs Charles T. Tillcurls Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brannan a few j fibers. or staple, Is an Important

;"., and son, stevie, of Norfolk Va., days last week measure I of cotton.

spent the week end with Mr. and

, Mrs. Gordon Keeling Mr. Tslkuris -

1 has Just retired from the Navy Public NoticesNOTICE I

1 and they were en route to Tampato

f make their home. They alto OF PUBLIC HEARING TO following ...p'l...... .land I In .......
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell. CONSIDER CLOSING, VACATING AND .. County, Florid. lTh
I Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crews of ABANDONING A PORTION Of A Bouthweat quarter af IP. "South.wait .11 myrh.
I PUBLIC ROAD quarter of Hoetloa. I*. ,In Town.chip .
Nocatee are visiting Mr. and Mrs Nntloa I. h.r.hy clvon Thai tha Hoard I Bouth. R.nae IS Eait. boa *
Willie Howell.Al of Cosily Cemmbdnn.rs of 5 ,...,.. the Fait lit feet Ih.reofi anj lealII
Count., Florida, will hold a puhlla h..r. feet aqua, In tha Boulheailcorner
Leonard University of Florida naat 11 lOO o'clork A. M., Tu.tdar. Anuit of the shoe deicrlbed ......
student from Milton spent the ( S. I6S. on tho quMtlnn of whatka; You and ash .r 'Oil aro .....b' .aol.
or .' varato and abanaua a fled that a all In equity hoe keen
week end with Mr. and Mrs LouieC. a Pb\l.to"d\; drlvawiy or tharouihfaroall brou.hi ...h.as you ar J. W. Wall...
Wadsworth. that portion of a road known aa tha In lha ahovo .t,..... court and tea ...
"Old\ Dtaio Coach Road", eommenelns herehy .........onod. ord.... aad ..........*.
Mrs Frank Futch Br.. returned .n Iha North.alw.rdly .ido or tho 8It L. to Clio your written .n.... or defen***.
home Nashville\ Tenn. lallroad Company 'r..... In tho HRV to the complaint filed. herein aialnrt ,ou
from Friday
of Hoetlon ., Towniklp I South. Han,oil In laid cauie In Iho office. of the CI.." I Dorw.wm..wmw
evening after visiting her Kaat, n.d running thonx :In a Norlkoaitwardl of lha Circuit Court I. and for a..... L err
brother-in-law and and *. dlroMkia .._. a portion 'olha naa Coualy, riorlda. In la* Court H......
sister Mr KH of aald Noctlon 14. and lha H W' In tlv. Oak Florida' aa .. ., IhoI4lh ;
Mrs. A. L. Jacobs of Hoetloa 10, Town.hip 1 Mash Kana day or Aucuil, 111, and ..... a
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunter vUltedtheir I a ac..,. ..ld Fad If lloiad. to bo .Ie... copy of auch ....or or defeaoee as,..
upon fomplttlim' of a now toad known J. W. Brvinn, *.
son-in-law and daughter aa Mtato Road B-lll. In. who.. all..:: le [I I'M:: *.

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs in BY ORDER of tko Board of Cou.tr'ommhalonora oa or ...ru.. *.1.. eat* a* reuutred hy
( of Suwannoo County. law.
Nashville. Tenn., for several days Florida/ thla July nth. ".. Th. nature of tho cult I. I. ,..-\t".
I John Howland Board Of County. CommlaHonorSuwanaaa a frirtlun of laid Wad. ..,..... soot
Kenny Klnard Count., Florida Plaintiff and sold Datoadanla .h aa.
and Jeff Hackney left Tuesdayfor lull
By CURTIS n. NUMPIISIE5Chalmaa The .... of the Court to ...1." Ihllult
Camp Weed. Carabelle, for has .kn Inilhuted 4* a* fire! ...*%
ten days.Betsy AiTERTILAVAUGHN Hated, and the ahbretlaled. title ,. thtime
\ A. R.asION8CI..k la J. W. Wallar.. i*. Uv ||nh>.lrt .
Hackney and Laura Damon al..

Helvenston returned Saturday 5.11 II la .......,. ordered! that. thla sods
and notice. ahall he ...11.10.d aaco each
from! Camp Weed Carabelle, ...k for roar ......_.t.'* psi.
.. where they had spent the past ten NOTICE: Of1 INTENTION TO REGISTER Ikatlonal. III ',..,... Ttaeaorrnt, s
FICTITIOUS NAMETO ........ .
I .pe. puhllahwl I. Live _to. ftwannee .
days.Mr. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! Count .....rl.... aad h...... ar.oal
and Mrs. Donald Qambto NOTICB li harabr lloan. that Iho aador. circulation. I* Buwanne* Canal.
...... purauant to tha Flrtltloua' Nania riorMa
and daughter. Diane, of San Di Staluto, ('haptar l:t..I of Swllon. MS.. WITNESS: m, hand aa Clark. 'of |U
.5. Florida I 51st.! till, will... rxlator. Circuit and "walks"
ego. Calif, and Mr. and Mrs Ewell Court th sad af sail Carla
with tko Clerk of ,... Circuit Court I. Id.. Oak. ........... l....',.. riorMa." right over bumps and trouble
.Gamble and daughter Karen of and. for Suwanaao Cpua'r, Florida upon !tt..4.k d., of 'IJ'' *. D. IM.
f ....Ip' of Proof of ruklltatkm" of thla4oilro.
Rockrllle.\ Md. have returned ,'ULI
to the fk-lltloui" aamo, towlti IAVAVOHN A. SESSIONS Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of truck
their homes after visiting their Cordla'i N.. A UMd Fur.lt.iro Clerh tlrcult. Court ride. It

mother Mrs. Clyde Oamble at her nH.r whlrh wo will tea In kualnaaa.W .......* County, FkwMtIN .
pwl a..a.. I Ia knalnna InU .11 smooths tough roads protects truck driver and from
cargo excessive
home on Pine Ave. .. Oak. .,....... County, Florida sad ,
Mrs. .ur addrota la 0...... Bulldln WM THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
Jimmy Hill and daugh toward Straot U.. Oak Florida.. JUDICIAL C.IP.CUIT IN AND, FOB] Jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups It's a proved system with millions
ters. Kay and Fran of Bmlthfleld.N. Tko titani af ......hl' la .. fallow. SUWANNEE COUNTY. FtOeilDA.SUWANNEE .

C, and Mrs. II. H. Hair Sr. Dotal. R.this C.tka....1 Silk .day .. Jay A. D. STATS ROAD DEPARTMENT AT or LAW of miles of user experience behind iL Try it out on

spent last week In Jacksonville I.". FLORIDA a A..... of 'H .... '

with Mr. and Mrs Chester Bedell. ..IIIN W. E. COBOL ..r.....sod.... one of Chevrolet's great FleebWe or StepjJde pickups. .

Mr. Hill Joined Mrs. Hill and .
('O 1fTY. PolHlaal
I daughters In Live Oak for the THE CIRCUIT; COURT THIRD ......1...... af tka Slat* ..*Florida, It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet Is
\ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Ft OR IDA r......._
weekend u ruNts of Mrs Hair. 55 AND FOR aUWANNI& COUNTY ....

Mr. and Mrs. Hill are In Thomas PARTITION.IN CHANCUY. K. g. PRIVET tbfrd.aa.NoTICt a* ..., first choke with pkfcup users from coast to coast NOS. i WAY TO WORK

) tile, Oa. for the tobacco market. ... W, WALLACE. TO DEFEND

Mrs. Arthur could of St. Petersburg Plaintiff.EVsmCLAia. NOTICE OF EMINrNT DOMAIN
'
Telephone Cd jyroJ.< dutltr
... PROCEEDINGS your about any fyp ef rack .'
and Mrs. Horry H. Hair I. : JOHN CORB IN THE Nun OF

of Tallahassee spent Monday In HARLKS cuss. aad ALFRED THE STATE OF ".>BIOA ITO
C011' AIL WROM IT MAY CONCBBN.
Live Oak with Mrs H. H. Hair Br. of.."..... AND TO

Mrs. Dora A. Boon of Fits IN THE NAME OF R. S. PRIYRTT and Bl* wtfa.. scull
TH' STATE OF FLOBIDAIjanaaat r. oaido. ddr
| r whi
1 gerald Oa. and Miami spent the Sla........ ...... nut kaow* .PRIYETtT.l. .. ,", 5. ..le
week end her with her sister a d d...a la ...,. a. Boa SSI. C. R O PBIVETT aad kla. .Ns. MAE.JOBIB .
...k... Ooomlai Joka Oak Caa'toaCoak ,an In. ...... Inol kaow* GRANTHAM CHEVROLET COMPANY INC
Mrs. W. J. Nipper. ... AITrod" Cokk, whooo a*. __ addr..a In s.__ -.*
Miss Caroline Hart had as her droaaaa aro Ctlr af Dotrwlt. ..... ,
1 .. MttklBaai and .. all aimaa ..... CALurr.lv'm. dlasls. "... .... "'f: N.w.rJ 3t K. 3434970 Lfr Oak n.n.I.
I guest for the week end Miss Jeanil. ,I.. or alakalat. aa kitoraal In tko -"'-.. ..... la 5.-... .. _._ __



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JULY 22, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN



-- (! Airs. Tedder Attends I Miss Clench Faye Brim :\11'8.' Strickland lVorri!\'>McMulIen of Friday July 23. and will take

f9 f Seminar At FSU Shower HonoreeLast EngagementMr. place at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Mrs. W. Louis Tedder and her Church In Wellborn at 8:00 p.m.
daughter Mrs. Don Westbrook. Thursday evening Mrs. and Mrs. Wesley HlUhouse No invitations are being sent
Danny B. McCrtmon entertainedwith but friends and relatives are Invited -
the former Miss Jean Tedder now of Wellborn announce the engagement -
WOMENCLARA of New Orleans. La., were among a miscellaneous shower honoring and approaching marriageof to attend the Informal wedding
the sixty-five women graduates ol Mrs. Ronnie Strickland, a their daughter Maryland Nor- .
Florida State College for Women recent bride, at her home on rta. to Larry McMullen of this No reception will be held.
and Florida State University re- Seminole Street at eight o'clock. city son of Mr. and Mra. Robert .

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor celrlng invitations to the third A pink and white motif was (Tony: ) McMullen. Peruvians fabricated cotton Into
annual alumnae seminar honoring carried out In the floral designs The wedding will be an event textiles In 2300 B. C.
distinguished alumnae, which placed at vantage points In the
Tea Given For Miss Elaine DennisThe started Sunday at the college in home. In the living room a honey

Blue Room of the Suwan- gladioli and palms in an antique Tallahassee and will end Friday comb bride doll centered the
nee Hotel wu the setting for a tea silver urn. Across the room on a This years theme: 1s "Pewpec mantel flanked with white tapersIn "
Saturday honoring Miss Elaine marble topped pedestal was a tlves 1985". brass candelabra STUMP BROTHERS

Dennis, bride-elect of July twen pyramid: design of blush pink car Both Mrs. Tedder and her The refreshment table was covered -
ty-fifth, from four to dx o'clock nations, daisies and mums. daughter received Invitations for with a white lace cloth over
with Mrs. E. N. Butler. Kirs. John The tea table was overlaid with last years seminar and both were pink and centered with a pedestal! Cash & Carry Building Material
Flood Mrs. Robert Tuttle. Mrs. a white cutwork cloth over pink. unable to attend. Mrs. Westbrookwill design of pink and white earns.tines
W. H. Rawls. and Mrs. Clayton a tall silver epergne placed at not be able to attend this -- --- interspersed with tiny: pink
Bees u hostesses. side one of the table was graced year. Mrs. Westbrook graduated Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brim ef net poufa. Party dips nuts, and Phone 242-5566

A pink and white motif wu with pink candle and a cascade from Florida State University. this city anneunce the eniage mints and other party foods were 300 S. Patterson Street
used In the table settings fiord of plumose fern studded with pink Magna Cum Laude In Je51 andis ment and appreaehlnf marriage served with the iced "Cokes".

display and refreshments.The roses.On the other end the crystal: a member of the Phi Beta Ksp ef their ...,ater Gtonda Faye, The gifts were presented to the VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
marble topped credenza punch bowl held pink punch and pa. te ,Jack Henry Ssndlln. MB ef honoree In a pink and white um-
held massive arrangement of Mrs, Tedder made an outstanding brella.
a
mold frozen Silver
an Ice of roses. Mrs. Mamie GUI SandUn abe
4 x8
V4" Interior
x
trays held party sandwiches, petit scholastic record while In Invited to be with Mrs. Strlck Plywood
Mrs. Crews Honored fours and other party foods. school and wkas a member of a ef Uve Oak. land and the hostess were Mrs. Per Sheet .?........................... $ 2.50.
The wedding will be an event
On 84th Compotes of nuts and mints were number of honorary fraternitiesIncluding Warren Nobles mother of the
Birthday
also on the table. Phi Kappa Phi. .f Aagest twtnty-seeend at the honoree. Mrs. S. J. Strickland 4 x 8 x W Interior Plywood
Mrs.Bell Taylor Crews was fly* Mrs. Ted Westweod Baptist Chereh at 0.1U
Following graduation Per
Sat The bride's book table placed mother of the groom Mrs. Rufus Sheet ....-.
en a surprise birthday party der taught school for several three 'clock In the afternMn.Fattewlng .
Nobles honoree's
grandmother,
at the outer door of the Blue
Streetby
urday at her home on Fifth
her daughters lira.Phil Townsend Room was overlaid with a outwork years In 193S she married W. the wedding a nispUe. Miss Kitty Nobles, sister of the Full Thick Irv-.uh.Uon J i AA

Br. and Mrs. ZeD Taylor cloth a silver candlestick holding Louis Tedder and Mrs.Is the mother of will be held at the seelal honoree. Miss Elaine Stanford, Per M .................................................. .
two
children. Weatbrook and
honoring Mrs. Crews on her Mtto a. lighted taper caught with a Tedder baD ., the chart*. Ne Invita Miss Carol Cannon Miss Harriet
Warren L. Jr. She has
of flowers and ribbons Nobles Miss Nell Evans Miss Bob S%" Treated
birthday anniversary. spray pink Uons are being sent bet all Sheathing
been
active In chic and
Summer flowers were used In was on the table. Mrs. Tuttle work and has held a number raligloui of friends sad relatives ef the bl Davis Miss Rita Touchton. Miss Per M ...............!!. 45.1)1))
Diane Crews. Miss Linda Nelson,
kept the bride's book.
the home. cetqtle are Invited U attend
state offices In the l'Iortd.eon*
The refreshment table was overlaid -I Mrs. Bass greeted the guests at ference of Woman's Society of blab the wedding and reeeetlen.Miss and Miss Phyllis: U.Sperrlng.Iloiiae 4 x 8 x 3/8" Sheetrock I &A

with a white cloth and atone the door and presented them to Christian Service Of the Methodist Brim gradsaled tress ..- Per Sheet 1 e'g.y'
end was the three-tlerwl cake the receiving line composed of the
I Church, serving as Secretary of _
waD High. Select with (he Guest Honored
embossed ta red with touches of honoree. Mrs. Braxton Dennis
:
Student Welt Missionary: personnel Common Nails ,
i mother of the honoree. and UrLE. elate IMS and tress. North FUr*
green and at the.other end the !. Chairman of the Committee Friday Evening Per Keg ...................... 9 50
crystal: punch bowt. Flowers" centered B. Williams\ Sr.. mother of the on Nominations. Chairman of Ida ,.D... College. Msdltea In ............ ......... '
the table. groomelect.Mrs. INS. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuttle
the Committee
Advisory onChW'Ch
&Iced Butler presided over the held open house Friday night
The cup cakes were to Mr. RsndUn graduated free
match the birthday: cake. Mints punch bowl Mrs. Rawls and Mrs 1s listed and In Wbo Community'. Who in work.Uetho and Sawannee HUh Rcheel la 1MIaad honoring Mrs. V. P Jones of Bar- Key N Knob Lock ...................................... 4.25
and nuts also served with the Flood floor hostesses were assisted bourvllle. Ky.: who Is visiting here
were
dlsm. Mrs. Tedder Is active In to- tress North Florid ,r.....
other party foods. by Miss Rose Base and Mm. FU Pink and white flowers were used Bird 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles
cal Methodist Church work and IMS.Mn .
College ta
Mrs. Donald Townsend cut and McMillan.The has Just been elected rice chair- throughout the living and dining Per Sq.?. ...................... U.'5
served the cake. Mrs.W H.Townsend hostesses presented Miss of the Suwannee rooms. The dining table which
man RegionalUbrary
presided over the punch bowL Dennis with a serving piece In her Association: after having I Kennon To held an assortment of party dips! 4 x 8 x VI" Pref Magh. I'aneHn* A

Among the twenty-five guess chosen pattern of silver. served for a time as chairman of Attend Mission, School and with hors d'oeuvres was centered Per Sheet ............_,;.,U.N........... -j.i 80,
of and
were Mrs. W. A. Newton of Jack Around two hundred were invited the Suwannee County Trusteesof an arrangement pink .
, sonvllle and Mrs Milton Leppertof to can during the appointed Methodist women of Florida art white carnations asters, and net tolVrie
the Library Board. She ls par 12" x 12" Vinyl A be inEach
making plans to attend the annual poufa. Yellow glade wen used In !
I White Springs. hours. liamentarlsn of the Suvannee School of Christian Mission the family room. "..... ..........:..... .....".......".....".. .10
County Hospital Auxiliary
to be held on the campus of Florida Invited were Mr. and Mrs. LouieC.
! Mrs. Tedder ten Sunday attend 12" 12" Plain Ctlotex
x Ceiling Tile
l Southern College Lakeland Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs.
I AERIAL the seminar.. July 23-10. The school ls sponsored George Dal. Mr. and Mrs. Traverse 1iach .....................,.. .. .. .......... ,1U
I ;; by the Florida ConferenceWomen's McKelthen. Die and Mrs.

Mary Ann Dreo Society of Christian Service Joe B. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar |24 Awning Window 17 FA

, APPLICATION and Wesleyan Service Oulld. Hancock Mr and Mrs. Elmer D Each .......................?,........................... /.
. Given Dinner PartyMary the Methodist Church. Browning.>> Mrs. B. W. IfelrtnstonJr. ,
, Spraying Seeding Dusting Fertilising The theme for this yesr's school
Ann Dree, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Russell Parsons<< ,
::1 Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Draae. wu Is "Mission The Christians Mr and Mrs. C. J. Hackney Rev. THESE PRICES F.O.D. OUR WAREHOUSE
feted with a dinner party at the Calling and Mrs. Ray White Mrs. I Parsons *
HOWARD MORGAN\ Suwannee Hotel en July It in Mrs. T. J. Kennon. a district Heath. Mr. and Mra. Dillon
honor of her twelfth birthday an- conference offloor will attend this Wilson. Mr. and Mrs Paul Crews.
PHONE 342-2016 U3. 90 WEST nlversery. week' long school. and Mr. and Mrs. John S Flood STUMP BROTHERS

UVE OAK FLORIDA Twelve friends of the honoree Calling hours were 1:11: to I.00pjn.

were invited to aUeQ4.u (Renew Tear gahesrtelloa) .

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PACE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965':


Nelle Phillips and Miss Oayle Jacksonville cousin of the bride- elect. Jimmy Williams, cousin of Garden Center. t
t Miss\ Fennell Weds Wynne will be bridesmaids. I elect, Jay Rowland of Fort Myers, the f1'OOlJI>-elect.and Gary Martin.At No invitations are being mailedIn
(919/1 :t/lMi t& Robert Eugene, KasnoMiss Monroe Williams brother of i and Larry Taylor. Usher groomsmen half after five o'clock Mr. town, but all friends and relatives -
Marilyn Lois Fennell, the groom-elect will serve as best I will be David Henry of Val- and Mri. Dennis will entertain are cordially Invited to attend -
daughter of Mrs. Gallic Fennellof man. Ushers will be BUI Dennis of I dosta Ga., cousin of the bride- with a reception at the Live Oak the wedding and reception.

: McAlpin and. Dewey Fennell ot
i WOMEN Palatka, and Robert Eugene Kas- -
no, son of Stanley Kasno of st.
Petersburg, exchanged nuptial
vows July 3 in the Lakevlew Baptist -
I CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Church of Clearwater with Those devilish Dodge Boys/ / .
E the Rev. Roy C. Weldon, pastor, .
officiating at four-thirty in the
[, Miss Fletcher Tea Gark-Saun honorees On SaturdaySaturday Nuptial'' Rites Miss Faye Fennell sister of the are at it again with /f
maid of honor. Miss
bride was
July 10, the home Cli f Miss Emily Juanita Clark.
Mrs. J. W. Harvard Sr., was the daughter of Mrs. Gladys Clark oLive Lawanna Fennell. also sister 01
the bride, bridesmaid. down !
setting for a tea given In honor o:f Oak, and Nathan Hiram was prices going
Robert Fairbanks served as belt>
Miss Tina Fletcher, bride-elect ol Saunders, son of Mr. and Mrs.
August, with Mrs. W. H. Williams, Stanley Saunders of Live Oak, man and ushers were" Gary John-
and Willie Williamson.A .
Mrs. George E. Dexter, Mrs. Alfred were united In marriage on June son
I T. Alrth, Mrs. Thomas Rad-: 9 at 8:00: p.m. with the Rev. J. reception was held at the .
home of the bride's sister following ......
i ford and Mrs. Harvard as hostesses. H. Brown officiating at the cere- .
the ceremony.Mr.
In the Orange Baptist
mony and Mrs. Kasno will be at
held
The foyer of the home an Church
home at 2173 20th Avenue S. W.
" arrangement of pink gladioli. Mrs. Steve Richardson was
" Pink roses were used In profusion matron of honor. Miss Brenda Largo. .
Jn the living room. The tea table Clark and Miss Marilyn Saunderswere
was overlaid with a white Imported bridesmaids.
'hutShower
Miss
cloth, the crystal punch bowl Kathy McKendree and Susan
was placed at one end and a floral Scott were flower girls. HonoreeMiss
design of pink carnations at the Stanley Saunders served aa best Jean Hltt was honored
j ether end. The table was centered: man. Ushers were Branch Ken- with.kitchen shower at the home
with 'a five-branched candelabra non, George Hebum, Laverne Bar- of Mrs. John Cannon on June IT
holding lighted pink tapers. wick, and Bill Kellogg. I Hostesses were Mrs. Lamar
In the den white crepe myrtle A reception was held at the Nash, Miss Rlette Ross, and Miss rt f1i
and greenery was used. Orange Baptist Community Cen- Connie Cannon. i '
Assisting the hostesses In serving ter following the ceremony. The hostesses presented the $
were Mrs. Robert Brock, Mr,'. After a wedding trip to Atlanta, honoree with a gift
Charles Green Sr., Mrs. F. D. Hel- Ga., the World's Fair Niagara .
venston Mrs. C. V. Schoppe, Mrs. Falls, and Yellow Stone Park,
T J. Kennon, Mrs. R. L. Brink- they will make their home in Seattle Henry Skinner
man..Mrs. O. H. Rutledge Mrs.B. Wash.
W. Jlelveaston in, Mrs. W. Z. The bride graduated from Su- Receives PromotionHenry
McLeod, Mrs. Wyman Harvard wannee High School in 1962 and E. Skinner, son of Mrs
Jr., Mrs. Warren L. Tedder Jr. was employed by Mott Buick Co. Henry Skinner has been promotedto
Miss Neva Rogers Mrs. Jack Williams The groom graduated from Su- the rank of Chief Petty Officer
of Atlanta, Ga.. Miss Gall wannee High School in 1962 and and has been assigned as an instructor -
I Williamson Miss Penny Wett- from Georgia Tech In 1965. He is to the naval air maintenance '-
stein Miss Rose Bass Mrs. Bill an Aero Space engineer and will training detachment NAS
I, Cooper and Mn. Randolph Mai. be with the Boeing Company In Sanford.
Miss Elizabeth Gay kept the Seattle. Mrs. Skinner is the former Miss
I bride' book in the den. Sara Phillips, daughter of Mr.
I Each of the hostesses presentedthe and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips
i honoree with a gift. tf ft Bozeman Reunion .
In the receiving line were Mff.
. Harvard Mrs. Wm. R. Slaughter' Held RecentlyThe DennisWilliamsWedding )

. mother of the groom-elect. Miss Bozeman family reunionwas Plant
Fletcher and Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher held Sunday July 11, at Ella- '

t of Jacksonville mother of the vllle State Park of Miss Mr. Elaine and Mrs.Dennis Foster daughtei Braxton ?5 Dodge Polara -the big, ilL
bride-elect. A reunion president and secre- t. t :
Around 200 were invited to call tary-treasurer were elected. William Mr Dennis.Elsie will Elston become Williams the bride Jr ot beautiful way to leave the low price field now at '
between hours is .
the of four-thirty Bozeman to serve as presl.dent
and six o'clock. and Miss Linda Avery as baIt Sunday July four o'clock Twenty-Fifth al\ the lowest price of the year! See your devilish Dodge '.
( secretarytreasurer.The after In the First
I third Sunday In July was Methodist Church of Live Oak Boys for the deal of a lifetime! '
: Circle One Met set as the date for the reunionto The Rev. Spivey Brabham will '

I With Mrs. Henry be held each year. officiate. at the double-ring ceremony J
r
About fifty members of the '
Circle One of the First Methodist family were In attendance. Mrs. George Collins of Atlanta TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS INC.
Church met In the home of G..., cousin of the bride-elect will ,
Mrs. J. D. Henry on July 7. There be matron of honor. Mn. Franklin U. S. 129 North Live Oak, Florida
Mrs. Ed Butler presided and are more than 250 kinds Allen of Albuquerque N. Mex.,
:Mrs. Clarence RatlUf wai In of cotton cloth and more than a sister of the bridegroom-elect,
charge of the program. thousand different finishes. will be bride's matron Miss Le-



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