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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 29, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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IBM LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 29, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 11

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Freedom Plan Of For Choice Compliance Here keyed Gains With School Tobacco Market Opens Strong ::1



Integration ApprovalSuwannee -

County's plan for desegregation of its I high Of $74 (Reached Early; 1

public school system has gained approval of the Department Operate Tobacco Warehouses At Live Oak

of Education in Washington, Francis Kepell commissioner Average For First Day Is $66

of education, advised the Suwannee Count'

Board of Public Instruction recently: Actual. l. approval ,of Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner wa a
the program to integrate me 10- visitor on the Uve Oak Tobacco: Market Wednesday

cal school system war made on I morning and heard and HAW bright leaf move to marketat

June 31.This ga. fiw record price The 1965 market opened with a bang
01HUJD'' county's plan Is substantially 1 at 8:30 a.m. with sale at Farmers Warehouse One andoil'
tiTHJN the the resolution
same aa
L tile Suwsnnr Warehouse Laterone
weeks In this
published some sgo
set of buyers moved to Big
newspaper and call for a freedom I) Conner i'itita
tWith Wsasworth Independent Warehouse One
lash C.
with the stipulation
of choice
IA"I.J 'Market Herellwida1 Thus all sales floors here hadsales
that assignment or reassignment -
the first ,
day
to the schools of this county -: Commissioner .fAgrlreltura
Welcome. k .r High by noon on opening day:
auction will be made without regard to ktDL.bj1I t t Dl Conner was
.
tobacco
Once again was 174 per hundred with an
here
national origin. yesterday (Wednesday) en
color or
have in race
Ume roll around and w* average of US for the highest
all day tear f tobsre
'' here to Basis for assignment 1s county1 an *
our midst many visitors opening In history, Mayor J. Marvin -
wide registration held each year' Market In the Ita... Hi. appitaraiM -
help move our bright leaf tobacco Phillip\ who serves as sake
full calendar her was tram UiSO
during the first
here to
to market. Some are supervisor for the Uve Oak To
crop ....
week of May. during which theparents cat until lliM after
warehouses manywill bscco Market told
this
manage our newspaper -
of each child In the county which be visited th. Lake City
be her to sell their tobacco just prior to the noon halt.
la given an opportunity to Indicate .....-.
of much Importance are riders were pleased with prices
and
.. ,
.
their preference of a school Mar eamlag U Oak
those here to buy the tobacco. being received .. the leaf sold
need to for their child or children. This Caner biked ever salt al ,
That aQ are welcome was mainly sand lug or prtminiswith
to Madison and Janser.I'n .
be repealed for too often we are wes accomplished her prior a scattering of good quality
tobacco approval of the plan. *.r FlarUa law, t.b.,"
'
another
to take leaf present on all floors.
prone without Henry M. Folsom superintendent markets In Ih. stat sire en s
m stride Sale will "h.ld today
laIN season of public Instruction for Su- .... set by Canner. II* ekes
It
pausing to reflect the Impact Thursday) and Friday and a full
wannee County, said here thisweek Jab II for INS Ih* same dst
future
baa on our economy and ale I* anticipated nest. week on
70 applications for action* began In Georgia.Committees .
that
development. I each of the five sales dsys. flsloa
hid
Report reaching this newspaper transfer to whit schools begin st 1.30: ..m.. halt for one
Indicate It win be food sea been received' from students hour at noon resume' at 1:00 pm.
ion. Buyers wtn get a good quail- formerly attending all colored Arc and close each ..n.rnotIf1:00;:
schools. All were to attend schools
and will re
ty of tobacco growers
eeivt food price for their leaf. In Uve Oak and were scattered Named For Fairimprovements pm.Total sales on the local market,
Thia means we an will abare In thruout all grades. There were t 4 where two ales go on continuously

the business activity a good market eight applications from Negro a IV during selling hours, are,
children for enrollment In the r
e x .
alwaya brings set st 4.400 baakrU dally.N
first grade at Nettle Baladen this ( *, I Csmllnecd Ml Pass ")
W* need to greet more friendly fan and two Juniors last year at Committee to Implement lmprovement .

thOM who come here to Too shop often and I, transfer Douglas to High the senior school! class asked at Uv for ......_..........,....._- -"" for the 1B8J Buwsn 1' Advocates
to sett their product flee County: Fair to be held her
we hear report of a welcome Oak nest year Above aN the Oak tobaeee wareboas .,.,.1'". la the upper pbt are the partners ., during the week of October 11-31 IIiUa| ,

# omewhat fees than warm and Folsom said the school board Farmer W.ftllmall L. Fitch Jr, Norman Swain, Frank L, Fwlch ar* and I. I>, IMIey.Uwr ... were named this week by President
had not aa yet taken official. action left are Debby ow.... OeJI M.... sad L.th OUham *f the Big Independent Warebaase Louis C. Wsdsworth. Plant Surplus Gifts

IMt I* hoped the community of on the application and that sad *4 right to Bay Owen and ale. father B, A. (Me.k) Owen. eptraJar* *f Stwanae* TOaee arc being ftnallsrd to ipnd this ,

i Live Oak will make thoae here his. office was checking *ch bare Warb*-*. for the tobacco.... feel at If compliance with rules bad additIoN of two more buildings. In

home and that our vbttor. will ,been observed. which to chow and house ml OongresMnan Don Fuqua madea

r ... Uttir stay her and time look I plan A provision.....*-.u.abe of the .approved..r4 at Seek ]Location School MeleeSchool mats. strong plea bfor the house .f
forward to returning many I Public Instruction of Buwanne Th* twine. department under, r RaprvMntatlv\ Dover!) mental .
in the year ahead. : chairmanship of T J. Itsyn ol r Operation Committee lat'Dsssi r
Onuntv will tr.NDOraD' children OHrk received authoilljr, lapromwd of which h In.
Individual Board Names 23 Man age a measure
I think the advice being banded i who are assigned to aa with plan' to add show r traduced that would permit donation
out by iOTernment trader* school on the same bus or buses Jaycces Seek pens for hogs In the old livestock of surplus' property to volunteer
here for the season that only that are designated school without to serve regard\balmdl.kllaal Committee For Vocational School building; holding pun for butt flrrfighting orgsnlsatloiui

quality leaf be sold at the Mart swine' and eslll In the arena or .volunteer rescue squads.
national orixin. Contest
.f the season make* sense forwtt.b to race, color or the means Twenty-three Suwannee County citizens have been Rcauty antes building and to relocate The committee to considering

poundace controls aa weS a* this Approval county win of continue plan to shareIn asked by the Hoard! of Public Instruction: of this countyto 1 the show ring In th* MI.ln.III... thla legislation which wouMbrosden '

acreage control now governing federal fund available to serve M a Vocational School Committee. Purpose of Entrants Now stock building ** to permit *aiytrsvel Ih* classification, ef ergsnltstlons -
amount of bright! leaf tobacco. Uirwnit UM eomplex' sf and .
the polio prlvsl
schools In many field, such the group will be to coordinate this county's efforts to
that can be sold every precaution 1 Application for entry hihe livestock buildings and the Coll eligible to receive surplus Itsm

ahould be taken to get to aee that lunchroom library YOnUonallnatnIcUon. of establish and operate. a vocational-Industrial.------- -----facility-,--- -- .beauty: contest to .b* held her sewn when agricultural and trap th* government.
very leaf sold U a good quality and Items equip.i' In Live Oak. provtftVm that not more than a August 30 In conjunction: with home itenslon tihlbll will be Fuqua said In him tosllmony
ment.' last sesaion of the
and bears a high price. a a During the fund for the half million dollars could be spentat the annual tobacco festival are disnlsyedivdtesllon. hal many small IUa and town
Florida Legislature location. now being accepted. JuntoChamber 'r,monl.* for the are financially unable. to preside
Uv. Oak la fortunate In the establishment of such schools In The any leglslsuon on left to the Sub of commerce rre-a...,., additional buildings will be bald for a I-"me profssslonsl fire

corps ef warehousemen her for Final Shipment Florida" were provided with the Board of Education the responsibility Homer Bailiff ssld her this on opening nlghl. handling this department, yet the nd for fire

the ..... All are veteran toco I of selecting the site wrier*' ...11. phew of the fair will be a CM.. proIHllotIII these eommunltieeto

co men and know the industry.: Fireflies Leave FSU Chaplain Will such facillUea would be built. The The beauty pageant will be ttl, nmt. headed by TA N Butler' great and volunto** fire orgsnliaUon .-
her for ft number: and eompnsed of Robert Itohnes, must Wil. need.
AH have been BUU Department Education .to event In this county's tobacco mar. mt
of years and understand our people Speak Her TonightOwflasa currently developing criteria for let promotion plan and Is part of Vlnovnt Jotte. Haul Crew.. Lure Pointing... thai these vohinUrr -
and our problems. I I Here I iMondayBuwann Chart WrIIWns .* rlrrtlon of such school sit**. a gala observance: set for August B. IWMor...... and Mn. O DonaldIstrh. firemen com from all walks.

Thea men play a vital role lathe FbrUs Slate Cnhe eIt, aSS Members ef the eommlUee are 10 which: will feature the Jimmy of llf. In Ute etmununltr: having
...... of the market and the ** County 4-11 clubbers be the) speaker telgkt IThwr- bring asked to meet Tudy. August trkkland Show.Appilratbn. Wllsun BUMS lias been named their buslneaas* to respond to fire ,I
hIP place live Oak hold among participating la the firefly collection day et Ute quarterly ---tf I. at I 00 PA. In th Con- are being soured Me.. I WUs.... .. Fag II IN.. C_ltoe 4 MI Page II

bright leaf markets In the belt U project here win mak tbe Guam*atr BreikerlMMdef fereno Room of the Buwannee In the contest by Mrs. Jar
due In a lane measure to the their final shipment Monday U.. Oak. Tke ....... will Valley DectrM Cooperative st Mitchell' Mrs charge ft. Day Jr.
manner tot which they operateend August I, of the Insects to Ownbrtt. U told si We*.... ...,...e which USB the eoaimttte. will and Mrs. Ronald \. Nsreaiaryforma I 1)1w'roper Gnttllng O/ Tobacco I

haw operated local Saint Maryland where scientist Beech with dteswr U be orgsnts and draft preliminary for entering the contMl '

floor*. of the National AerenauUee and served si 111 ps*. plan may be obtained from Jess Mltch-

Bpac AdmlnlstrsUon win eitrsct laj addition .. .*rri.c a* Harry Weaver, administrator of eli at the Massager Pram. i
Indication are that the earn chemicals found In the flask *b..UI. at Ibe Taada.ren4v.ntlr. th Florida Sheriff Boys Ranch. Rule for entry Bailiff said .... :, ,__
: trOP here title year wttl be a un for use In outer space eiptoratten. Dr. assonant to ...* I. serving as temporary chairman etude being between U and U n
hunker one and that the prediction a. nrUis '""/....t ef r.- of are group at the request' ef the years of age. being a reVWnl ofSuwann
made W J. D. Odoni everIt The project here began. May T fegta*. tie bate a nD frawDwke school: board ** County and having

year ace a* to the development when t-II Club members thnwut tWvenllr sad isM Other members of th* commitlx IN*. 4 e.."***.. .. FMW II. :
of livestock her when feed the county adopted the proXrt ...... ., aeeersl ....*. from I.... oat Inelufa eau
.... adequate. draws nearer and U be bee M--
and with a similar group ef club TIle apeak tlwoata HouAon W taints
nearer. to fulfillment. membra In Manatee County In .., to a swmWw ., FM lees ReprsMnUUve Leon N. McDonald. Mnrphrcc Sa'Sfe'eIOI
I wen reran how lie mad edw. Southwest IVrtda undertook to Kappa and wa cited *. IMTa B. W lUlvenston m. II. 1.KVSIM ,

I taunt ear growers to the pnssibatle provide the meets needed.. by aa .eWslM pail ... : Msurio* R. Bthofleld. )
better e4 and lerUBaa- NASA In the nation's spec pro by the Teas cater fbassaeref flan Austin Leon Laehon. Nor ) Valley
scat aftered for ear earn *rp.That CatSMseeMi.XMB '
,
gram. Mhon Piers
baa beta. .... I* In UM run O. Ftimn. Dr. Clyde' Murphr. vriraaagriculture
progress I Several shipment have been ef all .efceevh Orsld Gamble. Dan llamtt. W. '

evident*W being eomtas noted per amwaDythe acre yteldtocreaa b. Me.. I CtmUmmrt M Fag. II/ is, are *.imf Invited t* all***. II. Laughlnehouse, and Ftunetcy Citenslon flrrrWi eetmncnlst at OUtwville.ww .Ithhe. /"j4/

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Carter lust speaker Monday at the
I. awanty'g average.BeaUerwd INw f r.atto.e4 em Fag II Club and discussed .
Meow the county I Automobile AgencyCnsrwitlsn n.mOt'lnKt Uv, Oak Notary<<
the pokMbtUUe* *f are Bu-
many fineanimals
en Re far*** today are
.... add -- '- cannon River Valley as a recreUon -
wp to better with and eecfe better quant ;; : < J .... .::" ,{ ,.. Ii Graded Heifer' area v ,, dfwF

fcveetocfc. her*. j j ":"1< Murphre said It ... are. r*. J
IttUeNhe
; 'I Sale PlannedAt sptmalbtlliy ef
When w. > at coed lab .*..- .' j counllea the river vsOey M
' tot got and gnawing. aWe awl lap the area. clean and bmsdif.L. r'

hog* M N do arwwtrw Owe sail _. KissimmecTh ; H. said that dmrtopsaeot ef th*

toOaecw aBotnenta, th* ....... f an., a* a recreation area by prt 4
.ri fin graded. heifer sale tob would be preferabto .
Industry win pow ahead by leap vale enierprls
and bound and tree ........ :i held in Florida will b* en October t. drvelopmvnt by Ih* Mate
Cownty a balanced, teem .*oneayceeond I t at EM swam and will offer ', er federal g*.*mmnL ,

.. ..... In th* *UU.Da heifer of an brsd. for FVorfleUera H. $aced fifty pr ant of th
Ida ..cu..a.I land In. th* ices a* suiuoi for

a yew abort ...... Ih* U- I to W offered far sale recreaUon. saying about ball of Itwa
Moo seaaen wOI W ever aod ... win weigh. between 4M and 140P.undi swamps. .....bI. and WA-

win b* B th* seas M another County Aims Paul Crew .able. area Murphr' *. Mid thai Fine ........ .. held to ..,... -
A to going U Be aetsiidpeiat I said In announcing pUn for th only M per tent ef are land In the ) pact *l Ut* .-.y laelek I
achoot mBlrws feat.car bow ate .dissl '""" Local cauka *a during Way. .... ..-.cI by ........ t* tfia**** prpr grd*.g .< brigbl tnl ......... Orwr,,

' U say ft. lea... I U eonalga heifers for are satoshould and that land sal** akng she were afad I. Maist gre sad ....%e Isssss tram tketrUa I
There vS to fc*.os/d .... contact Chart Howe river bad totaled I.' swOto* d*(. *.a aid U sal, tea 4saJMf bail si Urtr fled _!** w....

I tae. tlds fnr anal teies.g.u.b.u 1l. preatdec* *f th >..*...* Cwon tors. ..**.* ...... be ..... to tool **!*., Ft 4
be/wwrs en bsbw tow..w-. to s.lir..ir at OMJ Snap Mstart MS ..seal. ty Catlleao'A..oef.tbu or The speaker np..... th UM ,...., JeaAaM fares lovely gr4*. ...-... ......... tttt j .

......... A..... A .**M fc*< ....... Meat aaUMiM w UM a.th Crew optnton that sVitilupesiat el the $.... see sped 0.,.... a...4sH eawatf eg*.*. IIettIIft radewU.jn q I tIbnl
....... .1 Aattaala ...... t* are ale ....... Biver VaOey a* a r*.- .
o.ar. gelpr Ydpaesetf i. heat ... br KWM Bwtts e .t Lab CMf. Tb sM wB seat laic two rat/heed vaesiai4 ration area wall w* a biggerterete Nwv4., bead gea4ec be W VS Ibp.ime.. ., *........... II ii

Jam try.fktle eat.teed. W tilt card 1M'R' maul late UM scar paean wbm -.w ad tk* ..... .. and love svtair** blond, ion. then dseele J=:M .. eaa- .b.satoMed" rouug .. ....... ... < .i. Of DM

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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1965





I I EDITORIALUnified II _FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened S In /7J'1Z I





Suwannee County, For] da191519ttO1955


Effort Is NeededAnother FrontBy


a
committee of local citizens was school in Live Oak, for there are other

named last week by the Suwannee County communities near us determined to also Doyle E.Conner

Board of Public Instruction to further develop make such an effort.

educational facilities in this county. One of the major factors for locationof Taken From Th Files Of !:

The committee named last week is to guide that school here is the need for further I A willingness to break with TilE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT _

efforts to locate a vocationalindustrialschool training for boys at the Florida Sheriffs tradition and adopt new practice i

facility in Live Oak. Boys Ranch and for those children who I has featured much of the progressof I

Such an educational facility has often make their home at the Advent Christian American enterprise, especially 1915The Waymon Parker, Jacksonville.

been cited as one of the major needs of Home at Dowling Park. Such a school Stubborn In the field adherence of agriculture.to tradition -I I last session of the legislature Humorist, as featured speaker. Subscriptions

this area in order that school dropouts and would better prepare these youngsters for can be a roadblock to progress enacted legislation In favorof Actual paving! of U. 8. 90

high school graduates could receive train- life. An example 1* the British the schools to which we have through Live Oak was started last Suwannee DemocratListed

ing in trades and skills so badly needed in But the greatest good such a school government's" failure to stimulate been requested to invite attention. week by the contractor, Paulk and I

the community.The could do here is to offer badly needed exports In its effort to achieve AM we remember and understand Coleman. Grading has been com- below are new subscrtp.Uons .

recent Florida legislature took training to the better than 70% of our high financial stability Old-hat way the statue, the state will pay 850< plete on the project for some time and subscriptions renewedto

steps to provide such facilities in this state school graduates who can not or do not go of doing business have hog-tied for the employment of a normal and work on the project has beenat the Suwannee Democrat from
the export drive. teacher to any county wishing to a virtual standstill for several July 16 to July 23.
and a bill was introduced designating Live on to college. It is this vast group that
of the state'sgenerosity
Oak as one of the sites for such facilities. such a school would benefit greatly. If you've wondered why, here take advantage will and agree to also weeks. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSLena
In Is
part an Illuminating explanation -
Final] approval of the legislative measure That every citizen of the county should by an editor of U S. News pay $500 for the purpose. ThUseems The first annual Press-Radio H. Lee, Stanford

left it up to the Board of Education, com- support and help whenever and wherever after a personal survey of businesses to be wise legislation andIt luncheon in connection with the Earl N. Short Rt., L. O.

posed of cabinet members to select the sites possible in the drive to establish such a In the "tight little Isle' is suggested that the commissioners local tobacco market was held Henry E, Skinner Sanford

school here is just good business. We consider the matter. It is Mrs. James Hewlett, Jacksonville .
for such schools.It and many talks with their managers ; here last Friday at noon. The

is vital that this county present a urge wholehearted and active support of : further suggested that those who group met Jointly with the Lions

unified effort in its drive to locate such a the committee in its efforts. "Many of the smaller British feel an Interest in good schools Club under the sponsorship of John H. Rowland. Ft. Myers
state their views to the commissioners Mrs. Dewltt Partner. Rt.. L. 0
firms have their roots In the beglnnlngs the Chamber of Commerce.
of the Industrial revolution Worth Hull president of the Jared Clark Columbia 8. C

About 200 years ago Plants often Lions, presided over the meeting SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDRev

fJ2Ot/ze/t are dirty, dark, dismal Cutting Hon George Hawkins of Well. and .then presented Louie C. Clarence
Kirby, Rt.. L.
This tools In one iron foundry were born was In the city Wednesday Wadsworth president of the Robert H. 0
Daughtry Wreru
I 50 years old and were displayedwith Mr Hawkins represented this Chamber of Commerce, who had Oa.

AndIJ the affection usually reserved county In the last legislature. charge of the meeting.
Floyd Long, Ft. Pierce
f for a faithful old dog.
Ralph Cox. L. O.
Olenn Newsome motored to
V That "Production and management Bids were opened yesterday on .
methods are antiquated. Home Madison Wednesday with friends. the construction of a new filling

market, where sales are easy, Is They attended to business and I'f. station for the Gulf 011 Corporation Peat Grappa Complete

favored over export markets turned the same day. and construction has startedon Naval Academy Crime

Answer To Highway CarnageThe Protperity Thru Profit"If which are harder to penetrate. a new Phillips 60 filling! station, USS ALFRED A. CUNNING.
If firms are In export trade, their both on the new Highway 90 thru
more than 500 traffic deaths reported the government didn't regulate the economy selling is attuned to the protected 29/0 the city HAM IDI>-152) (FHTNC) July

across the nation over the Fourth of July holidays General Motors would double its I1ces." markets of Empire days, when Suwannee County Jaycees make The Phillips 66 station is located 12 Midshipman Third Class
Clark P. (
Peat) Crapps son of Mr
soul-searching by alternatives to British goods were the first of two motorcades Into at the southwest
point up the need for extensive How often that cliche or one like it Isheard corner of and Mrs. P. C. Crapps Jr.. of this
all Americans not Just by the motorists InvolvedIn few."Small tobacco growing centers m the Walker and U. 8.. 90 and Gulfs
city recently completed his sumner -
volume, high profits area surrounding Live Oak and new station will be located
the crashes not Just by the traffic officers It next
displays an Ignorance of the basic characteristics cruise aboard the destroyet
unit Is their of doing
per way luwannee County tomorrow at- to the Elks
Club on U. 8. 90.
In vain to hold down the senseless orgy
who battled Use Alfred
of human beings. The logical extension business. Ignored is a policy of ernoon when they travel en masse A. Cunningham.

of death and destruction but by each and every of such a statement would be that all Individualslive ndreased volume, lower costs, to Jasper, Jennings, Madison, and During the cruise- he> Dartlcl

citizen driver and pedestrian alike. to Inflict suffering upon themselves. Let's smaller profit margins." Mayo telling the growers and Lt. Rigg-! Now Dated in all phases of shipboard

Safer highways apparently are not the entire start from the beginning and take It apart: "Clerks sit on stools scratchingout townspeople of the advantages of I Me. In addition to attending underway

answer. This year more miles of carefully designed Suppose there were no government regulation figures. Modern office machinery the Live Oak market and extending Stationed In Italy watches, he received
training In navigation, communications
Is seldom found and
four-lane roads were available to certainly an invitation to their marchof
super of the economy Suppose all Individuals and I Lieutenant and Mr*. W. D seamanship, gunnery, en.
drivers than ever before, yet the death toll rose. companies were free to ask any price they choose- raw no materials computers.and even Inventoriesof semi progress celebration August 14. Uigs! and son Keith and daughters. gtneering and other basic naval

This year, It is logical to assume, more seatbelts without any regulatory control. finished goods often get out of Debbie Kay and Tammy subjects.
Members of the board of
than ever before were buckled, yet the recordof What would Oeneral Motors do about Its car hand either too high or too county Jean visited with Lt. Rlggs' Summer cruises are scheduled
commissioners received a check
futile tragedy soared. prices? They could double their prices If they lorn. from Circuit Court Clerk J. L. Me- brother A. V. RillS, and sister each year to provide U. 8. Naval

This year motorists were alerted to the peril, wanted. But would they? "Class distinctions persist. In Mullen at their meeting Tuesday Urs.Mrs. Lloyd Allbrttton and with Academy and Naval Reserve
Rlggs'
family, Mr. .
Would you find It in beat Interest to the small firm the average worker and Mrs.Dave Training Corps midshipmen with
with warnings that unless the pattern was reversed, your pay for 149028 paying in full the Morgan In Mayo
the holiday death count would soar to record highs, $8,000 for a Chevrolet? of course not. If that has little chance of rising above lerk's office obligation to the They left on the sixteenth recently.from personal knowledge experience and practical j
naval
were the price, you'd find it to make the his 'station in life, Even salesmenare count for excess fees collected In of operations In
very easy
yet all too few heeded the grim forecasts. the John P. Kennedy Air Terminal various types of ahI ..
old car get by for another And would considered not really quite the office during 1930.
year. so for Naples Italy. Lt. .
How can this stupid and wasteful dissipation nice no one the boss would Rlggs
most other potential new car buyers. The end is Flag Secretary on Staff, Com- Thirty-five I
full-time gardners
of life and property be ended? consort with. Few firms of this
result would be a terrible year in sales for OM. Live Oak's band association this strik for South. He has completed are employed by Cypress Gardens,
Will reduction of peed limits and the Installation sort have a tax expert. Obvious week began a drive for 1,000
And General Motors ls In business makea twenty service with the
to to cut tax bills missed. years which has more than 2.200 different
of vehicle do the Job? ways are memberships at minimum price of
governors on every United State
profit. It does them no good to charge high Navy types of plants. ,
Exarnpl: *: tax write of fa are not
of one dollar membership ,
and expensive patrollng per
Will tighter more '
prices if no one will pay them'.'l Bo! f In elt.lml'd'eN' and Tear on to
: enough provide uniforms for
highways be effective? Will stiffer drivers' licensing '
their own self-Interest they must keep their equipment.
the school band, which was recently I
In the solution?
aid
requirements prices as low as possible consistent with the "Many' firms have been family provided with Instruments
The answer to all those questions Is probably owned for generations. Too oftena
profit they seek by a similar drive. DELINQUENT CITY
"No." Why? Because no ,one has to buy And as not-overly-bright son is made TAXESCity

With millions of cars on the highways, no long u no none Is coerced Into buying, the only head of the firm to get him out Charm and simplicity characterized
regulations no examinations, no carefully regulated of the way He Is Interested In
GM the wedding of Miss Mildred
way can make a sale Is by offering a good
laws and system of highwayscan holding the reins alone. New Taxes are delinquent and 3
speed no super product at a practical price. If they do anythingelse Vivian Greene daughter of now a %
in themselves effective. blood Is kept out. Mergers that Mr. F, M. Greene and Hall
prove I Albert
they won't make any sales or profits.It penalty is in effect. If have
make economic blocked not paid
The most proficient drivers have lapses or sense are Mr. F. M ,Greene and Albert Hall you

become overtired. The most cautious motorist at their ls lowest the profit practical motive limits.that brings For prices profitseeking downto i, to family keep name.the "company under the Meeks. the son of the late Mr your City Taxes, do so before July 30thto
and Mrs. Hymerick Meets of
times rolls Into curve at too great a speed. A
a companies are always striving to outdo their It makes you think of England avoid them
Ga being advertised.
split second Is time enough for highway tragedy I Nicholas at 4:00 at the home If you
competitors or potential competitors. of Victoria's time, mistress of the .f the bride's mother on Panliley.
A tiny error in Judgement, a moment of inattentionor Everyone seeks profit of one kind or another Seven Seas, with an empire on Street with the Rev. T. M. Smiley are in doubt about yours please call the
of distraction is enough to start the ambulance I which the sun never set and the
Each of us Is attempting to Improve his offlclaUn Clerk's
sirens screaming and nudge up the fatality toll own happiness This Is actually the basis of all I pound sterling supreme in the City Office. Call 362-2276. RE-

another notch or several notches. I money markets of the world. MEMBER to avoid
economic understanding. The profit motive In. advertising and further .
If some deadly malady such as polio once We Americans have our problems 1955:
herent In every one of .is the driving force
us -
was would claim almost 600 victims in a couple that brings progress and prosperity. today, but living in the pastisnt The second annual tobacco dinner penalty, please pay on or before

of days millions of dollars would be gladly Contributed one of them.
sponsored by the Suwannee
Because
30th.
we seek profit, we must find a way to July
and spent In search for a cure. County Chamber of Commerce
produce a product or service someone really wants.
Unhappily traffic deaths can't be ended by a Do you sometimes wonder why was; held here Tuesday night with
For only in that way will that person be willingto
oil 'companies continue to build
miracle vaccine or a cure-all antibiotic.
exchange his money or services with us. '
more service stations -
If the ever rising ton on each major holidayIs
In a freo economy (unlike the government- I There's a good reason. Between
to be checked and eventually decreased, that action -
controlled economy we have today) people will be 1938 and 1983 the number of motor
can come only through the united effort of
free to pursue profits without restriction. That vehicles In the U. a Increased

every motorist. means that each will be looking for ways to be of nearly nine times as fast as the r
Each driver must drive with the constant realisation service to others : number of service stations, according
In order to make the profit In h 4 1 GET
that death sits beside him In the front
to figures released re*
volved. Our standard of living automatically goes
seat, urging him to bear down harder on the accelerator up as a result. coolly by the Census Bureau. '

to Ignore a warning sign, to take a chance The I When service stations were OUT THERE
profit motive cannot be abolished by pot-
at a stop street or to Ignore the perils of a grade counted In 1058 the tally was
Itlcal edict. But '
when politicians attempt to Inhibit
206.7M. The next count in 1983
railroad crossing. '
the making of limiting AND, SELLA /
profits they are actually
Only when every driver drives with that realisation' showed 211.47). a gain of only
the ability of a company to provide a desired 23 cent.
"can there be hope for the survival of all per
service to its customers. During the five
who take to the highways and that ls faint hope same years ray
Take the chains off profit, however, and more however, the number of private
indeed The reckless the foolhardy and the out
good things will be produced for more people. and commercial registered motor
right fools themselves, are with us always and Why? vehicles Incretased 205 per cent,
even the beat of those who drive, at times take
from 874 million to 11.4 m Uon.
Because: that's the only way you can make a
on the characteristics of one or all of these menaces profit: And consumption of highway mo-

of the highway. tor fuel Jumped mom than 20 per
-Plant City Courier
1
Auburndale Star
cent.You
a may be surprised to learn

that:

Between 1938 and 1M3 a totalof
Writ Slap Not EnoughFailure The Suwannee DemocratOF 24 states and the District of

Columbia had shown' a decreaseIn Checking Account sells itself, because it: I ) Avoids the
LIVE FLORIDA
of a court martial on Okinawa to sentence OAK the number of stations. In 1983

an Army lieutenant to prison for refusingto "'n the heart o/ ifo SMNWIIIIM River r.lI."" the nation had 30.383 fewer stations risk of carrying much cash; 2)) It pays bills as as
out orders assigning him to easy
carry combat duty than it had back in 1939.

in South Viet Nam may well have opened a Pan BANNER Consolidated LEADER The number of stations in mailing a letter; 3) A cancelled check is a I legal I receipt 4))

dora's Box in as far as Army discipline Is con Established 1184 August 3. 197 Established 1S88 California increased only 3J percent ;

cemed. Published Kr ry Thursday at Fine A Caner Street while the number of the Check stubs are a record of tax deductions; 5)) Budget.

The West Pointer, on the other hand, knew he Louie C. Wadsworth... Editor & Publisher state's motor vehicles showed a
29 8
was to be a soldier. He sought admission to the Clara S. Wadiworth ......" Associate Editor per were cent up gain.128 Nevada's per cent stations but ing you know where your money goes. At the Commercial

Academy with the express purpose of bearing arms Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager Its mot.or'MId", Increased 821

In defense of the nation. He well knew the pro- George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman per cent. Bank we have 'special'checking to fit your exact

visions of the Articles of War when he acceptedhis Incidentally American .
commission.To Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida motorists
are paying state and Federal

maintain discipline, the Army must be SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County ".00 gasoline taxes at the rat* of almost -

l tough and it must be impartial. RATE8 Outside Suwannee County $5 00 820 million every day. Total

Unless high military courts toughen up the ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance collections this year are expectedto

sentence the Steinke case may well mark the end be about 874 billion. '
needs.Mr1
Df discipline throughout all the Armed Forces. : COMMERCIAL BANK

And without discipline there can be no military. -
Enough Leisure Time

r i What.'" It every Olin South Viet Nam decided n MDmIROPe There Is enough "!lure time OF LIVE OAK

for everybody, but the heck or It
the'tames ire'"not worth on American life, as liVE OAK FLORIDA
; U. Strtnke declared Ga. Is. the wrong people seem to have __ _
most of It. John scaverlck.
<* Aubumdale Star j
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Cherryrale Kan.) Republican.

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I Mrs. Elzie Elston Williams Jr. ter back of hat. Her acre odes Miss Jill McMullen MIn Martha MM Barnes Will
(9{ I matched the gown. Her corsagewas McFarland. Miss Eileen Kunert.
9WOM eIu4L fb fashioned of pink cymbldlum and Mr*. Winston William. Wed Larry Robinson

I orchids Mrs. W. Z. McLeod and Mr. Mrs Lilll Mae Boon of this
Mr, Williams wore a blue dacron city announces the engagement j
Wm R Slaughter provided music
dress with sheath skirt with and approaching marriage of her
for the reception Lisa Wilson,
j short sleeve and featured a sleeveless cousin of the bride from Perry.. daughter, Diana Mae Barnes, to
eN tucked Jacket. She wore a blue Connie Allen niece of the groomof Larry Franklin Robin/Km. on of
breton roller with matching acres- Albuquerque. N. Mea and Lisa Mr. and Mrs C. J. Robinson of
I series and yellow cymbldlum
a this city.
I and Sandy Williams niece of
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor corsage the groom, passed the rice bag. The wdedlng will be an eventof
After the wedding Mr. and Mr*. For her wedding trip to Oat- Friday, July SO, at 7:JO pm.
Dennis entertained with a reception llnburg. Tenn, Mr. Williams I at the Tiger Lake Baptist Church
Dennis-Williams Vows Exchanged SundayIn at the Live Oak Garden Center I No
Nuptial : << wore a two piece suit of rose pink. Invitation are being sent
Double In Methodist Church Her accessories of red but all friends and relative of
Ring Ceremony the were rose
Near the entrance door of the couple are Invited to attend
Miss Elaine Dennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Center was the bride book table She wore a rose pink bowler hat bo.h.he\ wedding and reception"
Braxton Dennis and Elzie Elston Williams Jr.. son of Mr. r ,; which was overlaid with a whiteI with a narrow leather band of The reception I I. being held at the
red which ended In flat
and Mrs. Elzie Elston Williams Sr., were united in marriage I I embroidered cloth At one aide of: tailored rose bow Her a horn of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth
corsage was
in the the table was the anniversary Mill
'Sunday, July twenty-fifth at four-thirty lifted from her bridal bouQuet.
afternoon_ at the First Methodist Church with the Rev I[''of candle centering an arrangement Mrs. Williams graduated with Miss Barnes l* a 1982 graduate
Della of Ireland white gladioli
from
Suwannre High School and
spivey Braonam omciaung ai honor from Suwannre High
cap sleeve and a jewel neckline and mum graduated from North Florida
1 the double-ring ceremony.Forming School In 1904 and received a arc-
the floor length modified bell ov- I The bride table was covered Junior College In 1903
the background for retarlal business diploma from
ersklrt was accented with an Obi with an Imported cloth ot lace Mr Robinson I I. a 1981 gradual
the North Florida Junior 1s
nuptial vows were palm, two College a
small
ash. Her headpiece was a and linen square over pale green of Suwannee High School
brass ba&ketstand of fresh em- I member of the Phi Theta Kappa
matching organza bow from I taffeta with a ruffled net underskirt and
I II now employed with Otto
1I erald. foliage, foil mums, and which fell the &borell.. She I of pale green touching the national scholastic honorary sorority Drown.
baby'a-breath one fifteen-branch wore short white gloves and her I floor In elegance and simplicitythe and Phi Beta Lambda pro- The couple will reside at Mor.
candelabrum two nine-branch fessllnal In high school she was
shoes matched her dress Mrs three-branched sliver can- sans Trailer Park
two aeven-branch. and one three-. Collins carried a basket arrange Hi"L'L. I dfolabra flanking the wedding \lce president of student council
branch. Larry Taylor and Jay ment of white daisy mums cake, held at highest level formal and FFA Sweetheart Williams
Rowland lighted the taper Mrs. Franklin Allen sister of arrangements of Dells of Inland Chapter and Owe Club accompanist son of Plant City: Mr*. Kirby

Marking the family pen were the groom of Albuquerque N. yellow carnations and Sandlln of Jasper George Col
white satin ribbon and cluster Me. Miss LeNelle Phillips and white miniature quill chrysanjthrmums. Mr. William graduated fromSuwannee tine of Atlanta, Oa.: and Miss
of white pom pona and valley. Miss Oayle Wynn were bridesmaids. I interspersed with DA- High School with the Ouibara Paul of Ft Myers.
lilies Their gown of seafoam bys-breath The four-tiered wed class of 1999 and U employed at .rte
Billy .,Mills organist, played the green were styled Identically to ding cake of white had a cascade the United. States Pmtorflre
traditional wedding music and that of the honor attendants, as I j of pale yellow roses across the They will make their home at If born In
633 Ohio you were
accompanied Mrs. Dallas Bland were their headpiece and accessories front accented with valley lilies Avenue
vocalist, as she sang "Calm As They. carried basket arrangements I, and crested with a bride bouquet Out of town guest were Mr July of an oddnumLe.d *
The Night" by Bohn. and 'Because" of yellow daisy h of yellow roses and Mrs Noel Henry Danny and
Malcolm Henry, Mr. and Mrs year anew
by D'hardelot. mums On the piano was placed a long
Mrs Oeorge Collins, cousin of Monroe Williams brother of rdu floral design of white gladioli Hardy Cronm Mrs Noel Itrtmrr your driven lcen! .
the bride of Atlanta. 0.. was the groom served as best man. ti snapdragons, and carnations and Miss Ikmlta Thomas of Valdosta -
matron of honor She wore a Usher were David Henry of Val- The punch table WM overlaid Oa; Mr. and Mr, C. A, this month.
street length sheath of pale yellow dosta. Oa cousin of the bride with a matching cloth and underskirt Langford, Mr and Mrs. Wllry
silk organza over taffeta with Bill Dennis, cousin of the bride of identical to that of th( Wilson and Lisa VVlUon. and Mr. Reece Brown
bilde table. An arrangement al Kenneth Lee and daughter, All-
I one end of the Pablo was of light lIOn, all of Perry; Mr. and Mra
green carnations Dell of Ireland Stephen Dunnla of Jacksonville: COUNTY JUDGE

foliage the focal point of the Mn. Ray Hill and Mra Dob Brox- ,
Jacksonville Jay Rowland of It with re-embroidered lace sparked ----.
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design were yellow carnations and
James B. Daniels I Myers, Jimmy Williams. cousin with miniature pearls and Irldrvi yellow pout of net Interspersedwith uuu uuuo
of the groom Oar, Martin and cent sequlna The exquisite tiered. lily. of the valley Aroundthe
Larry Taylor veil was of the sheerest Imported crystal punch bowl were JULY PAINT SPECIALFLAT
The bride waa escorted to the silk FnglUh Illusion She curled clusters of and Bell
Funeral HomesLIVE altar by her father and given in a nosegay of feathered fuJI of Ireland foliate green grapes. SEMI; GLOSS, LATKX
For her wedding she .
marriage mums baby a-breath and fresh Assisting at the reception were
wore a floor length gown of silk lily of the valley centered withIwo Mr*. W. It William. Mrs J I) $2.91 Gallon
OAK and BRANFORD organza over bridal taffeta with phalanopil orchids Her only Martin Mr*. J, Marvin Phillip,
Chantilly lace extending down I ornament wa a strand of Mrs Louie C Wadsworth. Mr*. COLORS ONLY
Now have two radio-dUpatched the renter of the skirt to the pearls, a gift of the groom 11 T. Miller Mrs Virginia Wynne.Mr .
oxygen- floor The bodice waistline was .Irs. Dennis wore a street *. John Prrry., Mrs. llasel Collins .
equipped ambulances on call twenty. encircled with lace and ended In length baste slip sheath of beige Mr. Henry Poison Mr. Langford Builders Supply
a flat organza over taffeta bow allk linen, veiled with a full sheath Frank Futch 8r. Mr. Frank
four
hours each Live Oak
in both
day HrlvrntUn III. M K. I'h.aa Ml-lM:
at back Tiny covered buttons of silk ortansa The covered bod- latch Jr.. Mn Harry DuPre.
and Branford. graced the back of the bodice to Ire of lace ended In sesllopa at Mrs George Dexter Mrs, Donald
the flat bow. The cap ..1"1re the slip top The overskirt of tare lurch. Mr. Danny D MrCrlmon.
edited with Chantilly lace ended In scallop about *! Inches Mr. John Cooper Mr*. Jark Super finhcron' finh'i own blind of '
I CALL DAY OR NICHT_ The bouffant skirt ending In a above hem line The gown had White Mr. Dick Lundy. Mr. r polyester ind combed cotton
Chapel train had seed pearls and cap sleeve. and a Jewel nerkllne. Lewi Tucker, Miss Jenny Crapp.
LIVE OAK BRANFORD appltqura Gr lace on the traIn. She wore a matching pillbox of MlM. Sink Kftff. Miss' rialne:
The bride wore a third generation linen and lace, with a small veil Vann Mils Itoe Dais Miss A grant Spring fabric-

362-3333 935-4100 wedding petticoat made and and an organsa flat bow at cen Kneryl' FoUom" MUM. Karen Terry, now with added
worn by her maternal grand* M
mother at her own wedding. The advantagesSUPER :
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A. D. 19S5 at th. local hour of ul* of Mlchliant' and to all pawns h... th* mi of .... *.rve, run then.
News And Activities From at the front door of th. Suwmnno Connty In* or cl.lmln. on tnterwt In th.following .. S. ...0.'.." W. I...... feet to inloenterllne
Colored News Court House. la th. City of Llv. Oak,o deierlbed land In Buwan.nee of State Road 156.
Florida, offer for oalo and ..11 at pub. County. Florida I Conulnlng ..!" acre more or I...
I TIlE RECREATION lie outer, to th. hliheit and .bet bidder Th. SouthwMt quarter of th. Southwnt ... ... .. of nletln road rlcht of ..' '
CENTERBy for each undr the term to b. as. quarter of Section II In Town The property of the heir* of H. c
I nounod at said aal. and under tk* .ondltlon ahlp '. trf* Privet
to bo announced at ..... th. fay. th* Lot ":: fast thereofA! and leaaII
ROT SULLIVAN. Director lowlnc ......Ib.d real property, ..Itus.d t. feet .qu... In tho Southeast PARCEL NO. IOU SECTION t75s '.
Popular Steward Services lylnf and .being la B........* County, corner of the abov. dxcrlbed. land.You 1401 RIGHT-Or-WAY
Dry weather has permitted an Center office from 9:00: a.m. I Sunday At Florida, to-wit: and each'' of you are hereby rotU That part oft
Lot I. S. I, T and S and thewIt suit In equity baa bee Ill W54 ot 1114 of 101&" sod
baseball schedule at w, : fled that a Nil .
accelerated til 9:00: pm., August 2. tw a e.r war "' Ebenezer AME Church i Lot d. la Block:: IS. In the brourht a.ela.t you by J. W. Wallace, 0' IB" 01 'b. Nltl of See'lo. I i'

the Center with rained-out ganrs un-I Services Town of Dawllnr Park, Florida. In In the sheds ogled court and. coin ... Township 1 tollth R..... II East. ...
19 Suwannee at-the Ebenezer AME Section I. Town.blp S South, lUni hereby umnoned.. ordered and ..qul..d {tNWSi\ of SWI ot NN't.ndb
being made UP. July A Double Elimination Church Sunday will begin with II E.." to file your written anawer or d.fena, 0' BW" 01 NW4\ and the iSb ot SS ,
Valley Coop of the Minor League Tournament was held at the Cen Bald ..1. pursuant to th. Final' Deer** to the complaint' filed herein atalnft you of NWS(. all In Section 17. Town.h,n
Sunday
Masonic Lodge 43. Cham- school at 9:30: am. with of Foroclocur* e. .n...... la tho COM In acid e.u.. In the office of the Clerk I Bouth. Rnnco II Reel LIlnf ash:
beat ter last Friday with Gary Strick- Mrs. Rosa Fuller, superintendent, pondlnr I. odd Court Sb. ewhleb f of the Circuit Court In and for Suwanno aide of and within It feet of the .11..y
bllsa was the winning: pitcher with land taking first place in the and her staff in I. oboe.. cot forth, said Final Cou.'.. Florida. In the Court Kou.. line of State Road lit (Relocated !ftw
and singles charge Morning Dora of Foreclosure date th* lllb In Ll.* Oak Florida, on or before the lion. ITIIO."". said urvy line bout
Sullivan Bryan hitting -
junior division and Drew Bass : worship will follow at 11:00: sin dar of July 1166. llth day of Auiu.t. U", and imo deecrlbod *. follows
Dodge Dart won the nightcap runnerup. Dewey Fournelle won :1 with Wltn. my hand and official. coat of copy of tuck an.".' or defenie. upon Com....neo on t... oaat line of Sect?
by forfeiture as Roberts r choir one and usher board this Court th. I7th day of July A. D. J. W. Brawn, Plalntifr. Attornty herein 18, Townahlp t South ...... I| .....
the senior division and Shelton two serving. 1186. whou addm* I. Llv* Oak. ylorida.oeer at point III.4T feet northerly from
Hardware didn't have enough Nolan placed second. (9KAL> before aald dat a. required by I th* SB corner of the NEK of said \.
Following the morning service LAVAUGHN A. 1E8810NSCI. tlon. 1*. Mid point ...1.. on the...
player present for a team. In the Jacks Tournament the Lord's Supper will be administered .... of Circuit Court Th. nature of the self I I. to partition ..... 5,001.. to the mouth ....,.. "f tS ,
July 22 both Masonic Lodge Sharon Poole was winner with with Bu......* County, Florida a fraction of ..'" ndute.... aaid .radlu of 564.55 feet, thence "frnn* ,
Hardware received Rev A. M. White, the 11.1. Plaintiff and said' D.f In Mid Unient bearinp of N. 7."'10" W rn
and Roberta Patricia Poole second and Debbie church's pastor, assisted by Rev. suit. northweeterly. Wait and *outk...... ,
forfeitures as neither could fielda Touchton third. This Friday at NOTICEI The earns of tk. Court In which this. .. our.. < 0
no-hit Rufus Elliott and Lonnfe Ford will not b* ..ponelbl. for any dobt salt boa been In.tltuted I. a* tint abovttated. JtMrT'liI" a dl...., IIIMl'flil .
team. Mixon pitched a 9:30: a Horseshoe Tournamentwill In charge Steward board one mad or chock. dined by en,.. oth r and tho abbreviated title to this th. end of Mid '0.... run thcarebelnnln .
ter for the Dodge Darts as they be held for the boys with the will than ..,*.11. sew I* J. W. Wallace. v.. Lev! Sinclair. 61.'O'ION W. 71'." feet II 'h. pent .

shut out Suwannee Valley Coop serve. CLIFTON W. GREENS .t d U > of old .u.... line, ni t..... .
girls participating in rope skip- ACE League begins at 8:00: p.m. 10... It I* hereby ordered that thl. order N. I1.N'1U" E. T7I.II feet U the "Whav'nc
4-0 allowing only two men on ping. sad notice *...U b* publlabed" once web ot a tans *".."... .o the' .ottt''
and evening worship at 7:00: p.m. NOTICEI week for four eoneecutlv* week (I pub. a radlua of **..*! fat alb

base. will not b* rnponilbl for d.bt. licet'Ion.) In Buwnnne Democrat, .neo .neonortha.... .. enx and aoittloacterly -
July 24 Mixon again was winning All boys and girls desiring to ....d. D. .h..... .1..oeI b,. euoe any' oth.r newipaper publl.hed In Lire O.k. ftuwaaaee > .10... said curve thronih u
... County. Florida and harm* a.n.rsl wale of ii'47'll" ..,...... of
Dart Florida than ,..Ir. UI U
pitcher for Dodge as qualify for junior and senior lifesaving Economy ALLENE JOYCE FORD .. circulation la ......... Countflorin. /, feet to th. act lln* *f Section 1,. Toot

they won 0-1 over Masonic Lodge. certificates or wishing to II." .. .hlp. t South Rsaon II Eat {sat tin.of .

Klauman picked up two singlesfor take the training course shot Id In 1965 AheadOf IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Circuit WITNESS Court my and hand th. sad.. of Clerk cold.of Court the I II Portlo.Real) 1&11.a To..hl pol.t n..5."South fast .atbor ..?

Masonic Lodge and Mtxen and register for classes to begin August JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY, In live Oak_Suwanne* County. Florida, from tho NW ......, of paid Batton
LanIer had two hits each for FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN this. 14th day of July A. D. Hit. I'. thwe. from 5 an50nt Ioeart.'U" .. x
2.Boys.
BEAD a T/-" L ... .. ....
RE:I E.,... of ] ( .the. .IM,
Dodge Dart. Suwannee Valley and girls age 11 or in the Last Year ARTHUR WILLIS KNIGHT AEA LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS odd servo 'ro..b u ...... 01 11'01'11'old

the second from Roberts eligible Crur A.. W.. ICMir.MT. AKA. .. "TKn". Clerk Circuit!. Court_. "I.ta.- .. 01- 10.. ." '_t ... .... _,
won game 7th through 10th grades are ----- -- .
j KNIGHT; au.....* bounty, n>tIo. eurv. ran thence. S.. 4lO'lo' I
Hardware by forfeiture. for the junior life saving Florida's economy at mid-year 0......... .... IU.." feet to the .he..1..1. of a war
StandingsWon To AU Crodltor* and .*...... Ha.l>f concave to ,... NE .havme. a tidies' M
Minor League I and 18 and over or HEARINGTO
course age Waldo Johnson proved to be stood well ahead of 1984 as measured Claim or P.-.d. Af ala.t Sold EitaloiYoa NOTICE OF PUBLIC ItOIII feel ran thence eoatheulerlr

Lost 11th grade up can take the senior the leading steward when financial by the principal devices, the and oach. of you are koniby. notl. CLOSING. VACATING<< ANDABANDONING alant. tald ....., threua-h a total m
Dodge Darts < 0 training LeNelle Phillips will be clad and required, t* preient any clalmi. CONSIDER PORTION OF A trul. ant le of ll 20' dletanc. of 144 14
tabulation Florida State Chamber of Commerce sad A feet to the end of said
damsnd. <
were made In which .r .Ithw I curve, sad ..+
Svwanrera Coop 2 4 the Instructor. : : PUBLIC ROAD of acid, II...
pointed out in its Weekly you map heso tho nat. Boardof sorry
the popularity contest sponsoredby Notice I Ie hereby .1. that the ALSO
Arthur .
Masonic t 4H WIIIle Kolekt eke A, W. KnlohSaka
Lodge
Business Review released yesterday .." County eo..I........ of Suw.nneeCounty. A panel of .land In ,h. NB<
the steward of Ebeneier "T. ".1."" de ....... late of cold t of SE>.
Roberts Hardware f tIn H The Sunday baseball team wentto County, to the C nay JudfO of Suwannee Florida' will hold a public hear of NE"4 of Section II. .

White Springs and won 9-5. AME Church here recently lie County, Florida, at his off.. I. thicourt In* at II Hill ."toek A.M.. Tuecday..,.Ac" Sontk.. RMI 14 Fast deecrlbed M
"Jobs held and money earned hou. of said.. County at Ll.. Oak Suitt. .*, en rose u endsba '.. Bounded on thin NI by the, oouthweitorly
.
.. Ws
.
was crowned leading steward Florida, 4* foot of
within rl.ht
Una
Little League play July 22 showed the most significant In- .1. calendar montk from thorough. way of Slew
I the ".... first a public road driveway or Road S-1I4-A. bounded .. the .
at 10 puoiicaiKm rathorly
The Recreation Center softball by the church's of nwaotlo
Ratliff Motor edged Suwannee pastor Rev A. creases. Employment of all types *. Two oploa of oack. claim' or 4.- faro all that portion of a certain roedrunnlni by tko northerly le foot rlcht a)

Ford 4-3 behind the pitching of diamond was selected by twowomen's M. White. was up S per cent over a year ago mead hall be In wrltlni. and abeD ..... aide 'of the Fast 1.0.7.5 and W O."t Railroad on the South c... aid wy line ef State Rood 114, reloealei"

Edwards although Clower hit a slow pitch softball teamsas The contest was a drive to Increase and personal Income was running addro th. plac*. of of the mldenc.1.) lnant sad, and poet hall office b* ...lost.h. hevlnnlnff. at a point wher* curve bounded_.on..the.t* NW tko NW by th..**.an/..s Wn ./

neutral ground to play warm- ...,... tho. line of the. N W S of th* NW"it .....1... of It
homer for Suwannee Ford. financial aid needed by at an annual rate of |18 per cent worn to by the ,. hid sal, orattoraey Section t. Town.hln S South Rente fat cold curve bass tan
and Meomponld. by a filing fe* : font t* the .euthwe.teriy 4* fool INN
before their tourna- .
Suwannee Ford came right up games the steward In order to meet over last year. of one dollar and .uab. .1.1""\ or demand. Rut, Interaocto aaM rood, thence. run.nine. of war lino of Lau Mood B-1I4-A. at
eld (
back the following night with a ment begins next week.Buddy's rowing demands of church work, "Bank debits, a good gauge of not *o MYRA filed ahall ELLEN be OWENS sold LDP.S Weary ee. Railroad alon>Company tho Seth track*s1rorlmd.y u. to the. tbo N W northerly end ., old t* curve foot ,rlkt nod taneenl of ,

13-1 win North Florida Tele- Hardware team from business activity showed 8 I.It fro said. road I* theN one
over the an percent A* administratrix of the KiUle of lion of Stele bud II* relocated at tkevtkweetorly <
Tallahassee and Foremost Dairy pastor said. I Increase Arthur Willis Knight, AKA W% of the NW Y of Section" .. Tows' end If old .....
phone. Bonds hit a home run for and bank deposits A. W. ; .hip I Soutk. Raw II East: port ton ALSO

the winners with Clower adding team from Jacksonville played a were up about the same degree. Kalchl AKA "Ted"d"" .Kalcht..... of wkkk lie between tk .mud of South, A parcel of .ld In tk. NB" of 8EV

two singles and Baas one single. double-header here Sunday with "Sale tax collections were 12 It.1I era Dolomite, of the, a Hid Mural Railroad' Company C_.and...theleak. of NEW: of Section. 11. Town.klp.

Poston collected two singles for Foremost Dairy winning both per cent over 1984 and gasoline NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO BY ORDER of tko Board of Countyrommlnlonora path Bounded RonI ea *the lad oeath deoeribed by the m nerth,
....
of .. Cecil,
games sales amounted CONSIDER CLOSING. VACATING AND II foot rte-hl of way lion of Slat Road
North Florida. to S per cent Florida this July ..... IMS.
__ m m ABANDONING A PORTION OF A III relocated. Section 17It1-tt51. ben
CommUilonor
In the nightcap July 23 Ratliff more. PUBLIC ROAD Board Of Cost ded on the SW ky the nortbenaterly 41
Motor Company beat Western The dance scheduled for Satur- "Real as these gains are there Notice U hereby given/ that the Board Buwaano* Casts Florid. foot rlckl. of way line ef Btete Lad
of County Commliilonar of Suwannee S.II4-A .... bounded M the NE by lb.a.oasensa..NIleNEbsrlas.
Auto 41. Lanier scored two of day night has been changed to were some disappointing featuresof Cou.,.. Florida, will hold a public bear.Ing By CURTIS Q. HUMPHRIESChairman

the Ratliff runs on a single anda Friday night with the Lost 'la, Am the state's economy at mid- at 11 n)4 o'clock A. M., T......,. Au. ATTESTiLAVAUCHN: a redlw ef II' fasl. said servo h.At
Knights to provide music. The gust 1. Illl. on tbo queetlon of whether astral to the -_....... 4* feet rui-f
homer. Sotolongo scored the only 1965. New business incorporationswere or not to .1.... .*".. and abandon *. A. SESSIONSClerk of way line ., Hie to Road lILA at the

Western Auto run. dance begins at 8:00: and ends at formed at a rate of about a n public road driveway or tkorougkf.n' NW end of said. ....* sad ......, U
11:00.: oil the portion of o rood. kaown a* Ih. .11 tko. North S* foot rlckl of way .Hue ef
Little League StandingsWon thousand a month registering "Old Stag. c....
Rood", commencing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD State) Road 114. ,relocated. al the Sootk
Lost liabilities were almost double 1B64 on tb. Northeastwardly side. of the S.A L. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND P05SUWANNEE oat sad of aid. "enrv*.
Railroad Company track In the. SE% ALMOt
Suwannee Ford 7 1 Business failures, the other soft ot ....,.... 10. Town.kip I South' Rang* COUNTY. FLORIDA.STATE AT LAW.. A panel of mad to SWH ef MEW

North Florida 4 S IIampton Ends spot, were up 9 per cent and their II Fait, and. running thane In a North, ROAD DEPARTMENT: OF ef Nit ef acid Section II deecrlked I
".'.."' 1. direction. acme. a portion of by melee and ........ a* fellow.. i
Western Auto 3 4 liabilities were almost double 1954as the E* of laid Section ... and the. IW'4 FLORIDA aa Agency of the SUte C-_", on the oaet .. ., See
reported by Dun & Bradstreet of Ball. I'. Town.hlp. I ..astb. Rang* of Florida.SUWANNEE. llo II. Tewn.klp I South. taco II
Bailiff t 8
Motor- 5 Year Course It IE..., cold rood If ......... to be shad. and PelltYds.bdl.lalea r..o. a. a _1_. .... .. __. _
COUNTY a. ,
.pr. the the
roesyladen of a sw rod konwa from t.-"
u Reel 5.161. If .11. 51st. none.. ....
oeM .. .. .; ee .... ere of o sent
junior ueague scneauie; BY ORDER of th* Board of c...... ... P.Iltbsa. oencavo to the eaatk ....... a ....10.
July 29 Dodge Dart vs. Rob- 1 Coojimuiiloner. of fluwanne County* of ...... feet, tkeneo free a tace
Army CollegeFORT .t
>ECNLY l amWW Public NoticesIN Florida '''1. July 6th. "". H. S. pIvETT ot homer of N. U...'.." W. run portk.weeterly. .
Wen4eBfe.NOTICE
!
>
erta Hardware: Masonic Lodge vs. A IXUIJUR) Hoard Of C..... Comml.......* TO DEFEND weet sad eeutkweetecly clans
Suwannee Valley Coop. LEAVENWORTH, Kan. uwinao* eo.." Florida NOTICE OF RMINrNT DOMAIN Mid. torn ......... *. oncto of Iflflt"

July. 31 5:00 Masonic (AHTNC) John W. Hampton By BOB loon: PROCFEDINGS: a dlataae. of II* .. feet to tke. end of
: p.m. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY a, CURTIS 0. HUMPHRIESChairman said ..'.. ran tfceo** S It*** t*" W
Lodge vs. Suwannee Valley Coop. an army reserve lieutenant colonel THE DEAN BROTHERS JUDGE!:, SUWANNEE COUNTY IN THE THE STATE NAME OF OF FI-ORIDA'tTO 114* feet, tkene .. .,...'.." B. II
DillY and Paul shut out the FLORIDA. IN ATTEST: I : : feet to tke Pent of Bean a I** of the
PaOBATE. CONCERN.
August 2 Suwannee Valley Live Oak, is completing the IN L VAUGHN A. SESSIONS ALL WHOM IT MAY panel of mad kenlnafter deoertked. rue
HE E.uto ofKATHLRINE
I
Coop vs. Masonic Lodge; Roberts final two-week phase of the U. S. Brooklyn Dodger In the only. 5. PRATHEa.T Clerk AND H. S.TO PRIVFTT: and kle wife. BFSSIE .boas .. It'4fl4". ** faR to peat
such In b ( II too
family victory on eamtta* nortkwaet II feet nckt
Hardware vs. Dodge Darts. Army Reserve School Associate U..u.d.. M. PRIVET, wkee* reeMeuee. addreoela
ball. Dean shut the All Creditor of way Hoc ef Old Slate Reed l<4. toe
Dluy out .
ad Peree H. l
.
Little League schedule: Command and General Staff Bums on three MU, 11.0 September c..... or Demende A...... Sole* ] E...,.. NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO REGISTER H. a.uaknownt PR and ku. wife. MAR. feet,...... nertheaelerly alej> .......* II

July 31 6:30: pm. Western Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 21, 1(34. A4 Paul .51.4 Vim.c4 end *a.k ft ... ... hereby noil.and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKEMi J.Osld.iu.E IedVETT I: 5.o.ws: keewn Ceuoty BMM)rnikt lie ot a was dletaa Ho eef* of eetd' M tMd feet Slaw ran
re'uln0e '
/ Auto vs. Ratliff Motor Company. The course, which spans a fiveyear Dean pitched a 3-0 no-hitter In d.m.d. ohleh pr..e feu, %r.u'.J' NOTICE !. hereby .1... ".. the tinder FtorideiCALLIE ro. -.-..... It feet torn or lay to
Icaed.. pureness to the rtetltloea. Mime tke Pent of B.......
August 3 North Florida Tele- period of summer active duty the h r.. ...1.( .I tke acute of Btalule. Cbs PRIYETT. ....l.. wkeoe last ..
nightcap In the mat fa. lsnwln. loi 1111 of lasluu" lal ALBOlA
.. ''*'''.'. dceeaaed, let* of 15. k..... .w- ......... h ....aeoCaulk
phone vs. Ratliff Motor Company training sessions, ended July 24. moue twin kill In baseball. eald I .. the County Judco of Florida. SlatutM. ]* l. will N.Marwith Fwridot. oarrel of mad m SWV of
f IMdt
Clash .. NW <
Coati': of .h. CI..II c. ,is 4 of Beetwn
; It. Towaebh
It was designed to provide officers Ditty Mid afterward, "If I uwenoee Florida. at his oftlr* and for fluwennee ETHEL PRIVkTT HAOEN: end ber )
Inb sours ANN of said Coo.tr al of County. Florida opennrelpl .......... V. .. HAGEN ...... .Motbowu Races II deoertbed by metee eed ........
Three large events have been with working- knowledge knew Paul wa going to throwa Lit Oeh. Florid, within lU calendar. 101....-.. the Proof flrtttln. of Publication, ,...of. Ibis rwMene* add... I* SuwanneeCounty. a* fellew.lCommeoeo
no hltter I would too!" month from Ih* ".... of tfc. name Florida on tko we| Mne of Bee*
for wartime and peacetime duty flnt pub Cerdlo". New l
scheduled for A Ueeel Furniture lion
August. The first If Tewnektp I ... .
llcatlon of thin ..,..... Two eople. ot MYSTICS PRIVETT HtrNTFM: end berku.baod. Bemlb." II
of these will be the Junior Olympics as commanders and general staff Diet' bp Kill Feature. Syndicate ash claim. or demand hall ke In writ under which wo will eaeae* In ".. J. C HUNTER ...... "laet Ext at a plat lies II feet oeutlMny.
officers. In*, ana ahall .Ul. th. place of reel U.w.p..t. to a50.bt buamoi* m known .......... addree I Ie Suwanoo free. too NW comer of old Beelmn It
for fish Sawaanee
both boys and girls at the deae: and County. Florida aadour said pemt beln*> eo tko ... of a curve
poet oil If County,
Lt. Colonel Hampton Is of the ....4.... I* lens Relldlnt. woes PRIVET -.. to too eoutk .....
rWree ef
Roe Center August 34. IncludedIn regularly lull-lint, and skull be ..... to by th. Howard Live MARY SCOTT, a widow. 5
...1..... hi. ... Btreet. Oak. Florida. ..... .. IIII feet tnenee freea a tone/eal b. r.I. .
..
attached to the control or attorney tadompenled knows rmit.sas addreoem
onC .. .
the event will be the fiO yard The anal ef ..... .. I* .. f.Ihw.s.. Inc of .. tt*11'11' E. nmj oeolneoelerlyalene
by flllnc fee _. Rrodeoton. Florid
dash, relays, broad jump, softball group IV Corps an Army reserve Words of the Wise and inch claim. a .. demand of net to dollar fllod Paled W." .this.. C..I.the! ltk day W July.!"%0\. D. SHELLIR PRIVETT.**I lnclewbeeo. ..., Il>4f44a> oeM curve ......." an. ash of
paw of 144 11
.
for to
unit in Birmingham Ala. He is a hall bo void. .... known reeWeaeo addreea .. Bradenj.CLARA
.
throw .
and shot put. Animal when they have W. J. PRATHER _. FIori4.t ad .W __ Pes ,,,,- a.
Each age croup will have Its 1940 graduate of Utah State College once gained our affection: A. admlnlitralor of Ik. Eital of ..11 w. 1. CORDLC: PRIVETT. sloth. wkoee met seOrs.R Illl* feet to the .*....

Logan Utah, and la em- Eatherln .. ...,...., do.od known reeldeoco. addree. to Sree.s'Mal .aloe. of. eerve eeoeovo to tb* MR .....
own events with bantam nine never lose it; they cannot ." COURT I rodlwe of lie* it) feet, ran theoceooulneoetevty
ployed by the Soil Conservation IN THE C 1 rid .!MC sold "'.....
and under: midget 10-11; junior, talk. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: SCOTT wkeeo btet known curve
..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF reeWenr cu.I.11/1 lltk A...... en ancle of II II a dtoteneo of .16
Service here.Abmrbency THE
.
IN AND
12-13: intermediate 14-15; and -(Iran N. Paula) THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of fOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. Woof .....,.. Florida t II fee Ih s.saim : 1 reel beerncof
senior B FLORIDA. IN IN CHANCERY. ..... B. Tftltf R. *. 17'1.11' *
16-17. Activity will begin AND FOR SUWANNIE CAWS JOHNSON, (*bMknewn
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY PARTITION. a* .... O. E. Jehneeal waee I' fM .. Ii Pot., of S.f..olae '"t la
I. W. WALLACE.'
both days at 1:00: p.m. U the key to the MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE tat known reeldene. *4.>eee le III Sand of hd b .t.d15 dsonbad w/1

Registration will be held at the comfort of cotton. COY t. HALE and kla .H.. Plaintiff.t.rvi'SINCLAIR. N. W. Nth ....t. ......* pooh reel pemt ...... oa. tko oetetma1. aectk II
I ef .
LUELLEN: HALE.: Florida; .sIt. ef OM. Btat* Reed
'
I JOHN conn, II. run tke.. Weeterty doss oatd It
................. ......................................................................., ... Plaintiff COBB.CHARLES CUBS, and ALFRED J RIE R THOMA THOMAS.. and wbeeo bio.Hut wife.hoewm MARJO reekdene fee t I rlckl ef wy nee of ow....* Beedrun

RICHARD WADSWORTH ... I nI_...... addree* le D...) County, Pier.Me Ns dmtaoeo ., 41 feetrtakt m b.
LUCY WADSWORTH. IN THE NAME 1441 I......... 0\....., Jaek* tkoaeo nmthciry IT feel to a ....t
o..d...,. i .OI.oaID"t .oovlllei en the oath .... of SUM Reed ....
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE T THE Venreoal STATE: .OF...lal. .... sad all ..h.s.. peron. emlolni or son, .. ITas0.INl .!: peral 4T"71 feeaorthweeeerlF '
i
We Buy and Sell Shelled I Not.... I* hereby firm. thai tko ... I le R.... S. Boa but III naewnjaddree CeoI kvm any mteeeet or eterm. *a kelre, I free tb Paial of BecMn
Corn >
[ denlcued. Laviuchn A. Beoaleoa, Clerk I .......... lewla i Jean C.... CbaHn ownere, _..._ r.4._ eredtton.nee cod* c. run tkeaeo "ntk.n mi> shop
: aelbisht.1.., Nne ef std Stele
of the bolder .
Clrvnlt C. $. .. County.' Cobb and Alfred Cobb..hoe. ado or elkerwtM, aeon or .... .. Read
III
Florida. will oo. tho Ilk day of Aunt drMoe City the poreel* W lend d.ec lbed ht tneBead a dkrtoaea ., n." feet to
sr. mi Detroit. Sill
the Mal
ef .
-IW V J T.e L. e..JW hW BeelMlIke c-...._ Is
hi the .few .of ,. Plash-ad- 'be"CkcM .acccec.te T.141 aero* *>eee or bee.ee .
Cart of 11...._ C..eep. PMrw. w ..,.e of ev.ltm7 read nckt ef wor
/ pert Ibis Sr..odlea, Tk* property ., Mme ('.u. JekoeeaPARCEL
- In Florida N ::. asN551 IW 1ba Mao
Deportment of ,......... .a Aeeoyft : 14 SECTION ITIt4-t44l
the Slot of Florid, and eV waaae* MORROW PIT EMtMKWT
AND INSURED after a day's fishing ('0.,., a PolHtcal (.....1....) o4 the BORROW PIT NO I SIGN? OP
S lew of PWtda heN filed petltloa STATION 415d .....
s *> tke Ctrealt Cwt hi nod fee Buwoa.ae Thus part oft
beer's the Cet,. Plarld..ohIe. t* condom 5W14 of *WU of of
.; one... for Ik* pujcpaeee ef the ooootreettoej and old "t led J-. r.'I

[ GRAIN mom Una an ., a *la.. kk bwy> tW fee T..e.hp 5 Maw, ...*. ** Lan d.bad .
F. for .M ... title te tke fellowM. ......... a,
good taste troet* of laid m SuwoaoMo c:..... Cee.a..n. on the woot Mw of Seethm
,.. 5T. T_....,
It .... ta wvttPARCEL | Mao j..., ,t last
N a Se 'scot s oM UMkeet fremtk
BONDED good fun NO. 11 .,mON .n... SW eoraec ef .... Sretha Ire eeW
..., SIGNiOP-WAY ps'sl bete, oa> the coo of a mom OMrodro. .
r of .*. .? the 51 ...'.>. a ., III It
N'tIM. HRH ef IW WH of 1... ....... .... t..f.a I-rna 01
,,,. ,,. Tewcekl t path Re.e II I.. II...'..- R, rum eeotbeoeeeHv ataeceld

STORAGE .A Wont lrm Matberry ef cad o..... 14 i ewrve thrash, ea _., w ||.*rtd4eta *- I
feet of too ......* Con ef .,.'. Rood ew of les t* feM to Ike .... of
EE III .......... *ertnM 17114-101. eotd .(* .n.. rwa tkeae* .. 4l>.rl** f
I .ore** Mo.> borne; ---id no re4le*.t nit II fat ran Ikene* B 65."'1'- W
..
- ..*....*. eo the weot owe of Si Men foal *o tb Pe*>4 of Bectoete* of
II, T_'" I Nub Been IS Rat -- ..* N. '. '"_ ,.....* a si*.
.4 a oeea* It* 41 feet ertberrr freea trip'. W. at" a. pole epe. th..o ..
Dealers In tke. SW eeeuee of the N W 'H of aWtmej
It. Tewoe.be t South ..... IS Boo. Jir.jiS. 5- INA see |W**
**.U peeat be*>. eo tke ore ef a eore illi.R.. 'It hoe ae toe Pucal
Phillips 66" Anhydrous Ammonia leniaro to She oovtb kovtno a leJ'ec .. stc. .'rt-eeee/'nJet L
ef lill feel theoeo free a la. eeil M1a.mrn. 0 or be*.

keorin.*. of *_ ll-ifir-. tic ...aid'f TV. mime of MI.. Cam J.......

Agrico FertilizerBulk J f -0010 of TfeVl"7letooee"ef*"IN.71 M I. ......., ... .........a a-sC 55
w feet to tko lee.... M W
end. of ooid ewrvet pee tk e. abe' ..eod p'por
a. II'.wi' a. 1111 fee te w o*. -- ... .... -
Bagged *mnm. of a can* -. a* she ME ........ ., ____ II
:: kavtn. a rodeM ., I.t..It ** I4 r..r.. des "- ... -... .......... -
-. -........ ..... sold ... __L
,-. a HeJ owlet _.. of It'toO = sad wb M w Tandp e..
dm,ac of See 44 foot vet ... e...l of Wdin r ,.. C.N Cain

\ For Your Seed Needs-- Wherever nah for oM cone. end e.d of sold aoevep .So-. ,.. h ws.w c..e1' Phrase .4
See Us you iport-on the f.. -.. .. Slot more w .... oftlas. o w n..tI. .4 Ow.S
inte>uo.v. of oeteUn aid r.r.t of _p. (hers In .... Ooh ......... *n> the t**
ocean by the booming surf; or on some fte.a Tbema cad W of A_ |*... to show wtmt rkrK.a. .
k*> .. ......* Jeee Tboowa.PARCEL ..- w tea.w.p.. r cep ., Mao
--Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Ordersi quiet country pond it's great at the end r shat 0 sad .. ... dasae -do.wlM/

__ of .... .... .
I .
WO. l" 0 caw
e
SFCTtOW awe
of the day to head font rewarding glut of beer. (41 BrCaTT-OF-WAY |?||. Is.-rm..a..id S./he WwewW

T4 ef I na n..a so a5 sw Yet
f White you're talking over the one that got away.or Slit M SWH of Mir of Seetfcjo 14 T a. h.b0 ....wd t. .5. ,5.4

i put;frying the ones that didn't you enjoy the onek TWuokke* S of--. Soowii hoe- pia.. did Awy r p Psaa.5.. a a. uuwoe t.m n.*, :=

SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION Nap of W.. .... 111 .- tea c NN of pow PV4M... Msw II
-
hearty bite and cool refreshment only a glass of Mt Is.....e.r.a.e.... 1t11O w.....t. oco .pap .. =scd A si5m.... IN6 w,5 sd""ere to Me. w abe IauS- M

beer can give you so welL Yes' whatever your B.ole m..lt the ins ey II cootORS ICs =
:
:
IS. Ts.sesep W s Sao li::
'
i North Houston St. : sport bowling or strolling golfing or gardeninga N W SII..o.f 'w5554 fas, oe5te/t eat wrnrlll8 M -: c-_:: .hod d td..elaA ad..-Ihelhm

frosty glass of beer male lam ... o. Nos S.t.e .a4So. ISY. ... o hip. lees. "
a w w
i Phone 3G&3596 % Mile North of i naturally te .. ..a1 ...-...of a a tu1OAl..... A. 5W4
great accompaniment. 0d.. of r/tS/ Pmt t-.. < .-
At Night 362.1164 Livestock Market i iUNtTtO Ss.50a .....-. III aL 75o1n.W ryes. _. ISCAt i..0 0.-.... PVrtktPACE
{ \ I -. lf. o'1tas...d.h
sting a wee
AssociATioN, NC. ..... N wMNaMb ly
......w..a..awe.wit..as..w.w5u............w..aw..w..ww..wwar, ... ABO. srstwwrol PMII,fLORIBa 11-sTlp'- a-......... .of N..$4oasIs. in Ml 51I .........
















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. THURSDAY JULY 29 1965
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
. I J LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE FIVE


: Two Couny 4-H 1 Attending. Course At Washington Funeral Service Can Of ThanksThe Funeral Services Attractive Vine .-

I I -:! : w. family of Katharine Saun- Add a feminine touch to daugh.

Club Members Here SundayFor des Prather wishes to express Held' Here ForJ. ter'a room with a supply of flowen
deep appreciation for the kindnesses from the dime store. They can

Attend CourseTwo shown and the expressionsof be wound around a discarded: electric
Oma Mecks sympathy extended during her J. FletcherFuneral cord to make an attractive: I
recent Illness and death.
Suwannee flowering Tine. /1 i ia
Count 4-H
Oma N. Meeks. long time resident The Family n '
Club members are participating! service were held here
in a national 4-H citizenship: of this county and veteran Saturday morning at 11:00: a.m. Cotton calico get Its name '
of World War I, died at from I I
short course In Washington this Friday Mason for J. Fletcher, native of Suwanne Calicut. India
the Veterans Hospital In Lake County and resident of .
week. Miss Phyllis Howland, Survivors Include the widow Survivors Include the widow :
daughter of Mr. and Mr>. Edward j City following a lingering Illness. Mrs. Thelma Meeks. Live Oak: Oakland Park: for the past 33 Mrs Qullla Skeen Fletcher Oak f

Howland. and Klah Eubankj son Funeral services were held Sunday two daughters, Mr*. Fronts Car :years. The rites were held In the land Park; two daughters. Mrs. r rE I
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eubanks. afternoon at four o'clock at roll Live Oak and Mrs. Joyce: : chapel of Suwannee Funeral M Anderson Jacksonville and
all of Live Oak are among the, raS the Live Oak Christian Church LaBo,. Miami: a son William Home with the Rev. Splvey: Mrs. Charles E. Drlegal. Oakland
200 club members and their leaders with the Rev. Jake Thomas officiating. Reginald Meeks. U. S. Air Force Brabham and the Re,. Travis Park; four sisters. Mrs. Ruby i

from thruout the nation at. 7h Interment war In the Calif., two brothers, Paris Meets Carter officiating Burial was In Bailey of Live Oak. and Mrs. Eva :

tending the course. ? Live Oak Cemetery with the and Harry Meek, both of Live Uve Oak: Cemetery: with Suwan- Johns Mrs. Ellen Law, and Mr*. I
Miss Jean Meadows, assistant James B. Daniels Funeral Homeof Oak: and IS grandchildren.Active nee Funeral Home In charge of Ida Seniors all of Oakland Park i I

extension home economics: agent Live Oak In charge: of arrange pallbearers were Gordon arrangement and two grandchildren. f

for Suwannee County Is one of ments. C Harrell. Wade Keen. Ira Right. Fletcher died at his home In I Active pallbearers were Willard ; I
the leaders attending the event. Mr. Meeks was born IVbnmy Willie McCook.Alton Williams and Oakland Park: Tuesday followingan Law. J, W. Bailey Robert Johns. /
She accompanied Miss Howland Y 18. 1890. and spent his entire lifetime Sheriff Duke McCaUUter. extended Illness William Bowman, Olen Aber. .

and Eubanks to Washington. In this county lie was a Masons serving as honorary: He was born In Suwannee nathy. Marvin Drlegal Jim Hagen J
Lectures and study sessions will farmer until his retirement some pallbearers were Harry Elll. County September U. 1900 and and John D. Ealmon. '
be held at the National 4-H Club years ago. Reginald Scott. W. R. Harrell Sri moved to Oakland Park In 1937 Serving as honorary pallbearers I
Center In Washington, with the The deceased was a member of W. Harrell Jr.Jack Cross Raymond and was a retired produce farmer were Claude John Gary
purpose of giving the :youngstersan the Christian Church: cud was a Cross. C. W. Clayton W. R. and cattleman. Johns Tom Drlrgal. Worth How ''I'II. ,

opportunity to learn the Powell J. M. Hearn.. Charlie The deceased was a member of art Ned Drll'.... Vance Haren. '
meaning of citizenship and how a lets Funeral Home of Live Oak In Maloy. A. II. Howard. Joe Hand the Methodist Church of Oak- I. Fred WlgeUworth. Lamar Johns, J

democracy operates. Miss rbjrllls Ilowlan. left, and Klah Eubanks. right are In chart of arrangement and J. E.: Hards land Park and was a Mason.UTTLE I and Claude McMillan.
Selection of Miss Howland and
Washington this week attending a 4-H rink abort cean with 4 I
Eubanks to attend the course was I !t fl
due to many leadership achievement other :youths from throat the nation Miss Jean Meadows, renter,

they: accomplished: in club assistant horn agent far the runty accompanied the two Sawaanre IJIEiJ" For Sal*-RJ Eitat t i

work. Both have served as presidents Coanty rink leaders te Washington. (Foot'* by Dan Stabler)
of local clubs and Eubanks !'AUtE tl


Is Miss currently Howland state has 4-H a number treasurer.of Funeral. Services Last Rites Are NITY IS Why YOUR not FARM Ut m* TOO sell It SMALL so you

awards In clothing: and
projects
ran buy this US acre farm I

has worked for the In past the two state sessions.legislature Held Here For Held' Tuesday ADS HELP WANTEDCURB MISCELLANEOUS am offering terms.Branch now on very good

a a
Floyd Waters For SullivanFuneral BIG RESULTS HHLP WANTED NOW. : Of tic* i
Ted Green Jr. BVY8EU.ltXCIiANOEwaa. Age II to 40. Apply In personA FARMERS
SUWANNEE
RIVER
win A W Drlv In. csJJ tf MONEY for :your farm operations .
the .
Funeral services for James par**** yea
services: for Daniel at reasonable cost. Termsto REALTY
Died WednesdayTed Floyd Waters Sr. resident of Hendeson Sullivan retired farmer find Democrat classifieds do WANTED Waitresses. Apply *l fit your needs. Loans up toT 407 Dowllng Bt.
this county sine IMS and a rt- of McAlpin. were held at thePleasant the Job aulchly: and well. DIxie Drill. caJJ tf years. Call North Florida Pro Farm Bureau Bid*.
L. Green Jr. age 34. of Ured farmer were held Saturday: Hill Baptist Church duction Credit Asan. 8. Ohio Phone 163-1I3
Janper passed away early Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 pm. at the Tuesday afternoon at 1:00: p.m DCADLLNE: FOR INSERTIONI WANTED White woman to Uv Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 312.2$11.I WINSTON J. ROOKRfl. Realtor
morning after suffering a Mt. Olive Church of Christ with I with the Rev T. II:. Gaston offlclating. ;" TM. Tuesdays In home and car for Invalid abe-tf Specialising in Farm A Acrsag I
heart attack. the Rev. Everett: Williamson and I Mr. Sullivan died Monday al LOW RATE FOR RESULTS lady CaD R. O. Pitch 935-1950, .Ms and tcne }

Mr. Oreen was a former resident the Re*. A. O. Klerc officiating the local hospital following a lingering IVi seals her weed with a Pdjj '-n VISIT ANNIE'S: BEAUTY SHOP
of Live Oak and attended Suwan Burial was In the adjoining cemetery Illness. Ualnaat .. f 1.M. Machine machlnrleM and cold
nee High School. with Suwannee n&neralllome He was born January 1$. 119 (All classifieds man be paid .badvance. WANTED Oraduate student to wave permanent glvrn. Ops FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
while learn the secretof
He had resided In Jasper for of Live Oak In charge of arrange In Suwanne County and spent his .) earn :you raton Annie H. Mills, Myrtle AVAILABLE:
the PUt four yean and was a ments. entire lifetime here. He was a ONE WEEK FREE the. society of make-up Miller artists. Mills Elain Webb and For Information, call or a..:
CaU Mrs. Morgan
veteran of the Korean War. Mr. Waters was born December farmer until his retirement a few ClaaoJflrds ordered fee five '.n Mary: Drew nuatrlght. Manicurist PAUL A. BYRD I
Mr. Oreen Is survived by his 23. 1113 at Gulf Hammock: In years ago.member ..weeks ma tbe last wok fre*. 383-1060. pdJJ Ruby Sanford at Annie's 404 B. Ohio Av. :

widow. Mrs. Mary: Joyce Green OUchriat: County. He passed away of the church at McAlpin It." will fay tee a SI werddvcftlstssent WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl each Thursday Friday: and Live Oak Florida .J

a daughter Phyllis Dtann Green I law jjr tvpsmyy.uroq h411 !. Mrs. Bertie Lee Sullivan McAlpin; fer flv weka.Us I and kitchen help. If Interested Saturday, eaal tf Phone 341-1189
and a son. Ted Marvin Green, Illness. member of the ihurch at McAlpin. lawsait Driaoerst (1. ai. apply In f'1'IOfPark.r'l Itf

all of Jasper; his mother. Mrs. Survivors Include the widow, finds for Mesa Resells.s Drive In. US 120, Jasper Itoad

Alma Green of Daytona Beach: Friday: at 10 am. in the HarryT. I a daughter Mrs. Nellie Evltt. Live call tf ANY TYPE FOR BALE House an8 lot
and a sister, Mrs. Don E.: Nipper Reid Funeral Home ChapeL Oak; three sons. Raleigh Sulli FOR SALE ---'- 110' I 110' on 8. Walter Av*.
of Palatka. Interment will follow In Dublin, van. Deland. WUll Sullivan MEMORiAIeWORK\ ''fj : J. O. Cannon al Cannon A
Funeral services win be held Oa. South Boston Messy and Roscoe: FOH SALE: New and used Wolfs Lumber Co. Plane J43-

Sullivan MeAlpin; two Wit pianos._ Filet Music Co. North' CARPENTER WANTED "'. HIT, csJJ U
Mrs. Maltl Gray and Miss Qua- Ohio AV*.. uv* Oak asssi1.eall. DONE I 1

lie Sullivan both of Uv Oak and ) U Lead Carpenter Needed For IIORNE REALTY CORP. I
14 Granite Marble Bronx
grandchildren.
FOR SALE: Poulan and Pioneer BRANCH QUICK
tt Burial was In the Pleasant Hill chain saws, parts and service Realdtntlal Construction: Phone 362-3333 tl* W. Howard "C

5'S Cemetery with the James B. Dan. Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, Contact UVE OAKMONUMENT GEORGE B. DEES

bowl bars, and chains. Repair CO. Aa.ehlate
The deceased was a member of for most small gasoline engines. BOB WOLFE I Phon. 362-168S
I
the Mt. Olive Church of Christ Tyro's Saw & Engine Service, Homer Sanford Rep. ,

/ and was a farmer. formerly EJoctrlo Service Co., I GENERAL CONTRACTOR 110 ACRES \
Survivors Include his widow, toI 5th St. Tour small engine Rt. S, Bot III-O Fh. Mtllll14TK PHOTO COLORING IN OIL .: Almost V mile on Buwanno River

Mrs. Ludah 101.. Waters. Live headquarters.. cadj U OAK FLORIDA Charles A. Taylor Rt. 4. Dot Bom Markstabl Timber .
Oak: his mother, Mrs. Myrtle .bJJ T.I' lee, Live Oak Fla. Phone M3 Good Location .
Elisabeth Prtnc FOR BALK All Uses of tar $20,000.29* DownI
Waters Live -- 3393. sal) U ,
Oak: a daughter, Mrs. Claudle paunins, guaranteed not to Irak.: WANTED Man between 20 and

W, Bar Gainesville; two sons, OWl Brown Motors. edjj- tf 19 to drive truck and operate SEWING. MACHINE: (ENTER: Bedroom Hum on Edge of Town t
Donald Waters Llv Oak. and custom applicator equipmentAp Nle Sine Ut Carport
beef
CALVES: FOR SALE: Dairy .
lames F
?lty, two sisters Mrs Troy ages P 1JJ Ml tual Exchange: cbJJ 11-12 SINGERand or

Howell and Mrs. Leonard ll wtll. all other mat*. rtbulll her Possibly Trade Fur' tl<J

both of this county; a brother FOR BALE Magnesia Spring FOR RENT Nsw and Used Machines -
Ernest Waters, Miami: and seven mineral water Guaranteed to NeedbM Oil Part
grandchildren.Active help kidney trouble or gastric T34 Drown SI. Liv.Oak. ".. TRAILER OWNJIUI1DI'II :
FOR RENT Space for mobile
'
__ _" "" '''' '" '' FOR BALE
""v-"" \I "" stomach or your money: back.
pallbearers were Harley
homes. Plenty of room. Nice Phone 3622744Mrs. Priced 3"t
GOOD TERMS.: |
This. Is a very ale. kooa*. It" _a U*.U4 **.** halfway ..- Waters. Lon Davis Dwayne: liar Electric cooler for rent It perwetk. and lean. Good well water, OUTBID CITY but alone ml
Also have distilled water, C. C. Travis" ManagerebejW
!.**. tile srala. of Uv. Oak on Hid A... Then. .... aa per, Sherwood Muecrove. Leonard Mineral Lake for fishing and swimming.Morgan's PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
IaL
slartresl kaiMlaig .. IbM. ......,., which Is MS sal SOT at a lurrah. Joseph E.: Bailey slid Aid water II .M. per II per I gal.jug.Call Ken- Trailer Park US W ------- 404 B. Ohio Are.Uv .

rvaoonaM Mire. Th rental Ise tie rroaa tb atartairat iota Kerryman.Honorary pallbearers Included non's Home Pharmacy to place West Llv Oak. Florida. Phone WANT lawns to mow. (Slavs my Oak. Florida
help yo. with tk aarawaU .. the 'U.2011. pcfdj If-11 own mower. Call Henry God Phone It,..'"
entire *ro* ftr. AM FJI.A. Johnny J""Mln.. Ira Klght Buck an erdrr. Home delivery made --- -- -
appraisal has ken mUt sad ftaamtag Is available for a *aaJI- Enison. Bernice Warner, Jack regularly: Distributed by Jatk RECENTLY: : TtEMOUKLEb 2. -bold-- 343-3174.- pbjl) 1113. etf

fled .J'ff. Th hew I* Wally for .......Ie **ras...,. If Warner Russell Walker Ralph Ion Water Co.. Perry, Fla.pnhj. bedroom house on paved road HEARING AID BATTERlEfl: can
y.. .....!4 like .. look eon. this ready nee bow* aB "'...... J. Williams. Damn Duncan A. P. 9.|l northeast of Llv Oak Garden be obtained al Chwk'a Drug, FOR BALE: l-bedroom horn
......... Rrallor al 14S-U14. NotU Wilbur Rye Tommy Rye space If desired |10 per month, III W Howard St. edjj 1111Renew. with IH bath block construe-
GRAIN BINS Butlrr grain
and Dr Kenneth Christian. Writ T. A. Drlogsl. 1411 Om. tlon. carport, utility room" central
bins and drying equipment. CallT hl. PICA flnanee He
son Road Jacksonville, Florida i
E McCafl. tlt-4303. Bran. flU) If. Warren Tedder, 1311 Bustld m.
lard Fla. pdJI 10-14 Phon 143-3130 or 141-3134.
FOR RENT Three-room furnIshed ( Tow bvrle4loi New I
BALE caJJU'
FOR : One set of 1>M
apartment on West Firth
World Book Encyclopedia In e.-
PLAY OUR Bt. Call M3-34S3. MJJ II FOH SALE .. 3.bedroom hous.
--------- brick
largekel
IH baths venser.
Write or can Roy ... Crosby, POR RENT Nicely funiUn
ITTT W. Duval Bt. Lake City I }-roum apartment. Private entrance For Sal. IU.1 Egtat: ... B.near W Phone school.143-1 431 Ml.HswklnaBt.
Phone 7IJ....g. pbdj I&-I1 and bath. 411. N. Shelby U
Bali
A?*. Contact Carl Chauncey, HOUSE FOR BALK: -- 2-l-bdror
FUCO 93" GUESSING GAMEREGULAR FOR SALE bred' _.. 1
males. II feeders. Cad I43-ISM Cads Truck Slop 343-siU. house. I acre land. J jet pump POft SALETwobedronm
PJJ 11.13 furnished or unrurnlshed. AO
after I pjn. Mrs. C R. Me horn and 14 acre
>3f PREMIUM 100- ready to move In Ughla. wits,
Crtmon. p.JJI1) FOR Ricers: Jfw tompleUly lekphon Off the May Road of land. 4V;, ml. from Llv Oak on
furnished S-bedroom house. Big. Highway II, Ideal for small family
FOR BALE IH4 Ford OalasietOOXL lIt mile en th* old Duwung
n ru. ft, deep freese./ yard, automatic washing ma Park ftoad. First houe on loft I that vsnu eoualrr "'N.
Guess the Exact Amount Your Tank Will eked kitchen stote. esrtop TV 411. N. Shelby A'.. Contact Perry HsO. HsU's Bar* Priced &0II with easy term.

luggage Carrier, Call M3-34TS Oontect Carl Ch.Catl'. her Soap 304 W Pu'alBl Live Ready for occupancy,

Hold and Get Your Entire Purchase FREEGAS peJJ M-13 Truck Stop. 343MU.Pbjj 11-13 Oak-Fla.- -- -1I1o-lt- -- Twobedroiwi CBS hnsM In.good

POP BALE Att metal house POR BALK How two bodroixnhtm nvtfhDnrrwai love lot. a real euj.

trailer famished. Good condtUon -, WANTED *. |M4 down /44 month.If with lad term. Ready for a..

Rice 100. Phone M3Itrr. L. Ktni PTMNI* 34MI1I W rupaney,
nil II 341-3441. ail tf
,, TIRES, BATTERIES, CIGARETTES, Young man desire* room and _.
-- --- ---- Call Today 913.1361PAtTI.
FOR SALE: IM. VTt. or Tit board if interested. tan Gordon FOR BALK -- Rise these bod- A. DIRT Realtor
LUBRICATION, OIL CHANGE CAR WASH II new chile wan Urea. An Bland. % DaOaa Sad M33444 rooM Mew with two UW: bats 444 M. Ohio Ar.,

premium or first ttne. AH loll paJJ II slMtn otOfal Mal carport. Lit Oak. Ft*.
4-plr. SMM ellthtly blemUhed.l WANT very convenient floor plan on 4U
TO BUT Hardwood
Yen Must Bay lefere You Guess | '*f plus stale lace federal logs or sttMspate.-Men hnde- Ms shaded M In south tty
lace Included. No exhango Briar .f Uv Oak. I/I eked.
kiss, IM. /0n
Phone 343lllgpdjj SALE 3-Wdro.n frun
*
needed Baiter's Service Button. off Branford .Road. 111,04. C.
11-11 ...... In southwest ol gown.
O'Brien. 3e-3m.. Good D. ata/nn R... .,* Bran part
Write your GUESS in Dollar and Cent on a pad furiwhed as long as supply U *s. I. WANTEZ' Mman brainy with' lor1. FtarVts. eadJ1. |M dews. zed ...ual>fylA4. CWPhi
d Black.. *..u.... JackannvUlavlialM4
by attendant Pump will] cut off automaticallywhen gad. tf tr.r, Phone" 342.3303.aJ. ibdj 1411POM

tank i ia full It FOR SALE _
BALE ratio; :1
sr
FOR LEASE
WANT right band aide ef ISM
situ south of Lot,. Oak. 73
tale Money ML CM 34JIVUcajjll. IM Port Highway IM FrenUg acre Ideated In pC.rtll.f;

GUESS AT TWO LOCATIONSFtK0 -. 1 Btaca. City Kan '*''.11 per year through 144.
FOR LEA4K OR RXNT .......* Ay TypeCMSMSuretal 14 aero Serge pme*. Modern I

LOST tt FOUNDLOw'r BoUduifirspenslv pens b.4ro.m houM In good tea
93 Statta; Mary Jane MarketSouth Office Spa<* For Gene
Off!** Bulldtng Ti B* taw, nJs* shad*. fruit said itulIIIJ09
90* Pos ParklfNr.SpaeeTrry BuOt Nest Doer lsam* Ohio Avenue Old Maduon Road Dtelrabl. Any Tips Off tee ecKaniri Mar Uv..Oak... a If boa triad.., BM .... Pimoeny For Bate ...,..... ..... Broker, Bra*.

please. notify Vast --. Rt I. tord. FlorVU ..." Ufwowile
JULIA E. mom
JULIAN
E. CROM
LIVE OAK LIVE OAKf' \
e" MsAJptn ** ilM 343-1441 Ut .II
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PAGE SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 29, 1965



Canl Of Thanks Conservatory at Suwannee High .

IIOMEMAKINC HIGHLIGHTS RESOLUTIONWHEREAS NoAH HUMSXUaur.or School site for public auction on ,

t o.N'r roSv.1 Henry Raybon and children July 17, at 1:00 o'clock p.m. Mo-
I L. PRICE HICK- sY eoaM- ?eleecw.rv would like to express our sincere tion was carried.
md MAN, was an active member of ver / thanks and appreciation to our
By A motion was made by V. V. I
the Live Oak Rotary Club for almost / many friends and neighbors for -
Brim>and seconded by E. A. Collins -
MISS IDA JO HARRISON
twenty-five years, during their kindness and help received that the Board ,
participate
Home Demonstration Agent which time he ably served the during our recent bereavementin
and the submitting of
local Club as member and chair- the loss of our loved one. AlmaM. approve
YYYYJo YYYJo.YO
Each year poison Ivy and poison office. the Plan for National Youth Core
man of numerous committees, Raybon.
oak cause nearly 2 million Project. Motion was carried.It .
times director and as The Family of
many as a
of skin poisoning cases Wash-wear cotton fabrics that
moved V. V.
cases President for Alma M. Raybon was by Brim and
past the Rotary
serious enough to require either dye evenly and fade less and havea d 1948 1947 and S seconded by L H. 0111 that the
medical attention or at least a longer wear life than those now year ; 1 E4 R N0414AR5 Board approve Charles Pat San-

day of restricted activity, and on the market will soon be avail- WHEREAS, he further distinguished GNILooau AT egDTIMINARD'l0 Card Of Hunks ford as teacher/coach and MIchael -
himself and brought TM6Y
able to NVINC
sometimes both. consumers. C O. Allred as teacher at Su-
honors to the Live Oak Rotary RBTIBBVIBNT ASS T My sincere thanks to the
ARC Of
against These improved finished
fabrics
The best protection eaCELADON wannee High School subject to
Club by his election as District ,NRg..m w MMC. friends of Katharine S. Pratherfor
these plants is to know what they by a new process now under Trustee recommendations. Motion
Oovernor of the 694 ((242) Rotary pASIAN.
kindness
look like. Though the shape and advanced development, are expected your continued was carried.A .
leaves vary they to solve major problemIn District for the year 1952 1953 DEAR: AJO wHEN shown her.
size of the may
motion was made by V. V.
i and his continuing service to the Mae Burch
I BREAKS 8.
of PHA T
In a cluster today's wash-wear cotton gar- AN ELI
always appear Brim and seconded by E. A. Collins -
I local Rotary Club and district as WOULD YOUCALL a
three. So next time you go camp ments excessive wear of collars HIS sua TOB,
to grant leaves follows
ing, hiking or even picnicking in cuffs, pockets creases, and past District Governor until the A BIO Too TRUCK ? Cotton is the most used fiber. as :
for time of his death; and "MELEN, C. BONO! Annual Leave:
look
pleats.
your own back yard -
WHEREAS, he was a devoted ''ItMPt'ON, PA. Lawrence Goodwin. July 26-
and let it be. SUWANNEE COUNTY
leaflets three The improved fabrics are described -
... .. .
Christian and an active and loyal r August 6, 1965.
as being treated on only -- ........ BOARD OF
member of the First Methodist PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONLive Frank Clark. July 8-23. 1965.
If you love homemade pre- one side to obtain excellent wash- I
serves and relishes, but hate put- wear characteristics. The untreated Church of Live Oak; and try as a soldier In World War I Oak. Florida Thomas Warren, August 2-13,

ting them up In huge lots, try side retains cotton's natural WHEREAS he served his coun- and was a loyal and patriotic July 6, 1965 1965.
freezing the Ingredient now resistance to abrasion. Garments .. ,- "- citizen: andWHEREAS The Board met in regular session Christine Caldwell. July 12-23.

and spread the work of making I made with the new untreated GREEN In a rub the rack with suet or brushIt he unselfishly on the above date at 10:00: 1965.

relishes, marmalades, preservesand surface of the fabric on fresh look for summer, designed with salad oil before cookingthe served others and his life exemplified am. with the following members James Watson. August 2-13.

the like over the year. the outside thus have a greatly by Molllo Parnls. Tho steaks. Rotary's ideal of "SER- I present: L. M. Crews, Chairman. 1965.Temporary

Here's an important tip If you increased life as well as wash- crisp coat with It. little boy __ VICE ABOVE SELF"; and ''V. V. Brim, L. H. Oil, and E. A. Duty Elsewhere:

plan to make preserves later on wear conveniences. collar Is seamed to hemline A low-fat cheese that looks and WHEREAS, we the membersof I Collins. James Watson Voc. Ag. Conference -

from frozen fruIt. USDA food Present wash-wear treatmentsare width. Underneath, a brief- tastes like a very mild Cheddarhas the Live Oak Rotary Club, I The devotional was given by July 19-23 198S.

specialists say the fruit either applied to the entire fabric sleeved dress with a high been developed. It contains wish to express our appreciation Mr. L. H. 0111. John Johnson EOA meeting at

ahould be frozen unsweetened or by first wetting the fabric in the seamed, bias yoke.like only S to 7 per cent butterfat for his life and for our close association The minutes of meetings on the U of F, July 12-30. 1965.

the exact amount of sugar used/ treating chemicals, drying it and compared with Cheddar's 31 percent with him knowing that June 19. June 23. and June 30. Shellie Q. Brown' EOA meetingat

should be noted and subtracted then )heating It to react the chemicals a permanent wave curls a his many kindnesses, kind words were read and approved as read U of F. July 12-30. 1965.

from that called for in the recipe with the cotton. This heat- woman's hair. The new cheese is made from and good deeds will live in the A motion was made by V. V. Leroy Bowdoln. EOA meeting at

when you make preserves. curing step Imparts "memory", Since the treatment is appliedto skim milk. This Is the first timea memory of those who knew him; Brim and seconded by E. A. Collins U of P. July 12-30. 1965.

Leaflets on freezing preservingand causing the fabric to return to the the unexposed surfaces of the sklm-mllk cheese has had acceptable therefore to advertise the budget hear Bills were audited and approvedfor

canning are available in our shape held, while treated much fabric, the yellowing of white body, texture and flavor BE IT RESOLVED by the Live ing to be held at 10:00: am. on payment.

fabrics caused by some finishes, fo rtable use Oak Rotary Club that we deplore July 17, 1965. Motion was carried.A There being no further business,

will not be a problem. I I The low-fat cheese U relativelysoft his passing and extend to his motion was made by V. V. the meeting was adjourned.

and mellow It has a clean family our deepest sympathy and Brim and seconded by E. A. Collins Henry M. Folsom, Supt & Sec.L. .

COMPARE THE PERFORMANCE The aroma of meat sizzlingover mild flavor that results from the condolence; and to advertise the old Music M. Crews Jr. Chairman

the coals Invites you to come small amount of butterfat added I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat I
OF THIS MOWER WITH ANY OTHER. on the run and eat. to the skim milk. It contains more copies of this Resolution be

moisture and more nonfat milk sent to members of his family,
REGARDLESS OF PRICE! As barbecue becomes more pop- solids thus more protein be spread upon a separate paeof MODERN
ular with the coming of summer minutes and furnished to .
than Cheddar. our AERIAL
the outdoor chef takes a keen Interest ;
The cheese has the added advantage the local newspaper and radio
in meat cuts. Names for APPLICATIONSpraying
of being Inexpensive to station
favorite of and
cuts meat vary make It takes only Z'/fc hours to Adopted this 12th day of July
may be confusing. Seeding Dusting Fertilizing
1963.
make up a batch and needs only
The club T-bone, and porter-
1 to 3 months' ripening time. LIVE OAK ROTARY CLUB
house steaks come from the short
Although the cheese has By DAVID M. AUSTIN
new
loin. Club steak is triangular in HOWARD MORGANPHONE
do more fobs. .* shape smaller that the T-bone not yet been market tested several President
hundred have Attest B. A. SWING JR.
consumers :
with little or no tenderloin. The 362-2016 US. 90 WEST
sampled It at demonstrations.
T-bone is larger and Includes Secretary
EASIER some tenderloin. The majority rate It good to ex- S LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

30 inch cellent. (Office Supplies' at McCrlmon's)
Porterhouse is slightly triangular -

and Ii the largest of the

cut.. three cuts. The boned porter-

house of T-bone with the tenderloin -
So easy removed is called "New .
10 BIG DAYSItttmlMf! '
to handle I or York top" loin"Kansas steak.City," loin strip, : 'j


Rib steaks come from the same I

section that supplies the standing I

or rolled rib roast. "Delmonlco,"

"Spencer" or rib eye are terms
_. .
used to describe a boned rib -------- (\

0 steak, EVERYDAY NEEDS VITAMINS & TONICS 4

,. In warm weather the demandfor (
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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1965 .SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE SEVEN


, Hairdressers Met In Here And There I Miss Dennis Given Mrs Sumner Feted ,
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II fh Lake City TuesdayA Ilridcsiuaul Luncheon With Bridal Shower I /1

special called meeting of DEMo-WP-Here and There dren of Jacksonville returned to Mrs J. D. Martin entertained
The home of Mrs. Will Barrewas
Suwannee Valley & Mr. and Mr*. John Prlngle of their home In Jacksonville after Friday at one o'clock at the Ashley the setting for a miscellaneous / ,
Cosmetologist Association Clearwater are spending a few visiting Mrs. Mclntyre'i parent, Oaks In Valdosta. Oa. with a shower for Mrs. Willard Sumner
WOMeN No. 17 SA 22 was held at her Mr. and Leech. bridesmaids luncheon honoringMiss
day with parent Mr. and Mrs. Henry on July 20.
Town and Country Beauty Mr*. 8. B. McCuller Later this Mrs Joe Bales and daughter, Flame Dennis, brideelect.The Seasonal' flowers were placed In ;
In Lake City Tuesday July 20. week they will go to Jacksonvillefor Bede'of Thomaavllle N. C., left luncheon table was graced the living and dining witha j
Mrs. Mattie Riley, unit president with a bridal arrangement of rooms
,
a visit. Mr. and Mr Prlngle Tuesday' after visiting Mrs. Bales'parents.
and white motif
pink: being
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society EditorDennisWilliams
presented William D. have just returned from Nassau, Mr. and Mrs. Henry white and yellow daisy mums. carried out.
-- from Lake Junior out the white and
the City Bahamas.Mr. Carrying
who discussed a proposed New .Providence and Mrs. Marvin Jones Leech.. and children of yellow moUf were, the white honeycomb The. refreshment table cloth I {I
Mr Joe Ross
Miss No iris' Webs was white lace over pink. The I
bell cards 'l' ,
of the wedding
five county area place
and children of Tulsa Okla, are Gainesville vtlsted her parents
punch bowl at end of
Rehearsal Buffet McMullenMiss ing the possibility or need In with a miniature Shasta Daisy was one I'.
Larry spending the summer at their Mr. and Mrs Randolph Mai several the table and trays of cake and
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maryland Morris and Len future for a vocational summer cottage at Suwannee days last week. attached to the card with narrowwhite cookies" were placed at the other. 'I
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In that satin ribbon. .
DuPre on Suwannee Avenue ry McMullen were united In marriage course cosmetology Springs. Jay Rowland and Miss Barbara Mrs Walter Sumner and Mr. 3
was the setting Saturday evening on Friday. July twenty- be offered at the Lake City Mrs. Charles Allen Jr., and Paul of Ft. Myer spent the weekend Mr*. Martin presented the Robert Brock received prise for
of honor with sliver In her
following the Dennis-Williams third at eight o'clock In the College.Ralph children of Largo are visiting with Mrs. J. D. Martin and guest the games played.
wedding rehearsal, for a light evening In the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Tyre, Representative Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ion, Gary.Mr selected' pattern. Present with the honoree and
buffet at which time Mr. and Church In Wellborn with theRev. the Legislature from I I D. Cundlff. *. L M. Crews Sr., is visiting Present' with the honoree and other guest' were the mother of
Mr*. Elzle Williams 8r. Mr. and Wallace Bennett officiatingat County, spoke in detail on Mrs. Ray McIntyre and chil her' on and daughter-in-law Mr. the hostess were Mrs. Brsxton the bride, Mr*. Elmer Fortner.
Mr. Monroe Williams, and Mr. the double ring ceremony. passed at the recent session and Mr E. Woodrow Crews and Dennis mother of the honoree and mother of the groom. Mr*.
the legislature affecting the practice Mrs Elsie Williams Sr. motherof
and Mrs. DuPre entertained In Mr. and Mrs. Wesly Hlllhouse family In Renton. Wash. Walter! Sumner Mrs. W. M.
and control of oosmet.o1oIn the groom-elect, Mrs. Franklin
honor of Mlas Elaine Dennis and of Wellborn are the parents of Florida. This was followed Cannon cNt'iU Miss Diane Crews U visiting her I Allen of Albuquerque, N Max Barn, grandmother of the bride.
Elzle Williams. the bride and the bridgroom is Nuptial Vows Read brother-in-law and sister Mr. I ?. Mrs. Liny Clark grant-grand r
a question and answer period. Mrs. George Collins of AtlsnU.Oa.
and white motif the of Mr and Mrs. Robert A. and Mrs. Paul Elliott: at Merritt mother of '
A pink was son after Mrs the bride and Mrs
Refreshments were served Miss Dorothy Lee Cannon Mrs. Noel Henry Hardy
the home. In the McMullen of this Island for two week Winnie ,
city. Hayes
used throughout great aunt of the
the business meeting. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Croons, and Mrs Charles Relmer.
,
living room the focal point was a The bride chose her sister, Mrs. Mr and Mr. L. M Crew II bride ,
Present were Wllllsra D. Eugene Cannon of Live Oak became all of Valdosta, Ga, Mian OsyluWynne
.
of white lilies and daughter Patsy, of Melrose
floral design Ginger
Ralph Tyre. Mr*. the bride of Reginald Crews and Mist LcNrlle Phillips
covered with kissing spent the week end here with Mr.
and fern On the.patio of the home were Daniels. Mrs. Dot Suggs. McNeill. son H>f Mr. and Mr. a
of and Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr. )11" Baker To Wed
Other arrangement s
angels. hydrangea blossoms placed at Eloise Pearee. Mrs. Mary David Richard McNeill Sr.. of this
pink and white mums were used. vantage points and on the porch Osteen Mr. hazel Hancock Mr city, July twenty-fourth at eight I Wylly spending Butler ten of day ChattahoocheeI with hergrandparents. Keren! Bride .Mr. Fi"her Saturday

The refreshment table was overlaid were ferns. Frankie Davis Mrs o'clock In the evening In the Mr. and Mr. Ed Party Honoree Mr and Mrs H D. Baker an-
with an Imported white Present with the hosts and Couey, Mr*. Lot Wright, Mr Christ Episcopal Church at Mon-
cutwork cloth over pink the center Miss Dennis and Mr. Williams Gloria Wllkerson. Charles Rehberg. ticello. Butler while her parents. Dr. and Mr*. Arnold Brim, Mr. 1U1 nounce the engagement and approaching .

back of the table was enhanced were Mr. and Mrs. Bruton Den Mr. Dot Woodard Mr The Venerable Harry Bell Mr. Robert. W. Duller are In Fletcher, and Mr*. Jesse Stew daughter marriage of their ,

with pink tapers intermingled nil Mr*. J. D. Martin Gary Ruth Lunsford. Mr. Dot Douglas, archdeacon of the Tallahassee JamaclaMr, art honored Mrs. Wlllsrd Sum- Hendrlck Fisher Dorothy Glenda. to
Jr of Mr.
Claude Hackney la visiting son
with the floral design of Martin Jay Rowland and Miss Mr*. Addle Mae Thorp Mr. Convocation of the Episcopal : ner with a miscellaneous showeron ,
and Mr Hendrlck ,
Fisher Sr of
her son-in-law and Mr
daughter
dainty shaded pink and white Barbara Paul of Ft. Myers. Miss Garrett, Mrs. Mattle Riley Diocese of Florida assisted July 15 at the home of Mr*.
Pa
and Mr Phil Wells, In Glasgow Philadelphia
mums and gladioli. The crystal LeNelle Phillips Miss OayleWynne. Mrs. Dola Hall and Mrs by Rev. William C Harris rectorof Stewart.
Mr. Fisher Is stationed Orlando
In
punch bowl held pink punch with Bill Johnson Franklin Moses of Branford. the church officiated at the KyMr Mrs. Ewell Johnson and Mr. -
.
with the Air
and Mr Wilbur Bell and Force
miniature white orchids floating Allen of Albuquerque. N. Me*, The next meeting will be double ring candlelight ceremony. Jack Olive received prises for the : i
The wedding will be event
St.
sons of Augustine spent several an
in the punch. At the other end 'Ir. George Collins of Atlanta Tuesday evening August S, at th The church was lovely' with games played. .
of o'clockIn
dy here last week with Mr. Saturday night at eight
was the silver coffee service. Par- Da.. Mr. and Mr*. Steve Dennis Town and County Beauty brass urns of white carnations ... Among those present were Mrs. the Clayland Church.A .
Bell's mother Mrs W Bell Baptist
ty sandwiches, petit fours and and son. Sill of Jacksonville. Mr. Guest speaker will be Interspersed with gladioli clematis Elmer Fortner, mother of the
will be held followIng
Mr. and Mrs. Mahone Rees reception -
other party foods were placed on and Mrs. Larry Taylor Mrs. Dallas entries E. Dew of St. Petenbur.who and chrysanthemum. The altar bride Mrs. Walter Sumner, mother
have returned from Detroit the wedding at the home of \
the table. will Information flanked of the groom. Mr*. Jack Oliver
I Bland Rev and Mrs. Splvey give and prie dleu were the bride's brother-in-law and
Mich where they visited their
Mrs. Monroe Williams poured Brabham. Mr*. W II. William, types of insurance of special Interest with burning taper The bran son-ln-lsw and daughter. Dr. and aunt of the groom from Orlando. sinter Mr. and Mr*. Arthur
punch and Mrs. Franklin Allen i David Henry of Valdosta. Oa. to all member of the container on the altar of white The hostess presented the
Mrs. Tim CooperMr. Chauncey
presided over the coffee service. Billy Mills and Jimmy Williams. fession.Mr carnation was centered betweenthe and Mr. Leon McDonald honoree with an. .ecru spread. No Invitations are being' sent r
C. candela'
three branched bran left' last week for a month' tour but all Mentis of the couple! are .
: *. UoHfll Church bra.The of the Western part of the United Colton (linter. are a source of Invited to attend the wedding and '.

Circle IIo,,teM sheath bride complimented wort a Dior by blue a matchIng linen- State. i cellulose for plastic, I reception,
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The Barbara Smith Circle Jacket apptlqued with souUche. -
the First Baptist Church She wore matching peaud
y July 19 at the home of Mr sole shoes. The ensemble war ''t.'t.Don't
iirAUTIFut SIMI- Elisabeth Howell wlU111'1. accented' by a yellow throated
Junes Long presiding. Mr white orchid. !
GLOSS gNAMILFINISH Tobacco Harvest Special
Howell gave the devotional Mrs. Russell JohllOlIa r of
It was announced that the AssociaUonal the bride, war matron of honor.
FOB KITCHIH & WMU meeting She wore a !light green two piece I
ATHftOOM D* held on the nth at the linen dress with complimentary Miss Out On These Famous

WALLS All Baptist Church. accessories' and a corsage of white

III DOORS OR TIIM Mrs W, R. Howe pn..n eamatk>na.Branch Name Brand Shoes This Great
4 at Savings
the program "The Tithe Kennon served as best '
I / antSYS GIIASI Minimum Requirement", man. I

AND GIJMI by Miss Betty Bperrtng. Member of the Immediate Values To $16.00
meeting closed with prayer b family were present for the simple -
Mrs. O. B. Dees.Refrsahmenla but Impressive. ceremony
were served A reception was held at the
the eleven' member and one visitor home of the groom for the wed Now .$2.99 /
present. ding party. and family. $8.99 .
, t $7ti After a few ftf'u.the couple I
,
Earl Hsrvty, as maid of honor,
will be at home at Alumni VII I !
Frontle Allbrltton served as 01'I lag In Tallahassee. ,where they HIGH, MEDIUM
I bridegroom's best man and will .be continuing their fduca-
were David Morris brother of AND LOW HEELS
ties
brio. and Randy Joyce
brother of the groom. /"ear 8lxM 5 to 10

The maid of honor wore a (!ijtom To Gmtlmir: Red Crow I I''
blue street length dress and i Width 4A to D
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FREEMARY corsage of white carnations Those triangular scarves worn
The bride wort a street en of all age have tied around Sylvia Cristie
drew of white brocade. The their coif and under their china
bodice came to a V shape In an spring and summer, give promise SmartaimCohliers
back and was stjled with a bouffant of going on Into winter, Borne
skirt. Her veil of New York designer show them Infabrics

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TV I. Status SymbolToday's I Receives Nursing ScJwlarship manner our dally that.normally actions.It characterizes county to date.. No. 6 1

alarms, and are often handicapped
No.3 with obsolete or inadequate
Eskimos Desert Is hoped that with the beginning .
IgloosFor
to chairmanship of a publicity equipment These volunteers, he
of school in late August,,
and advertising committee which pointed out, often have purchased -
steps to secure sufficient names
Comforts Of Modern Days to call the proposed school bond la to develop a plan to publicizeand part of their equipment thru
i 1 advertise the annual event. fund raising drives in addition to
6 election will be taken and that
Serving with Sugg will be Nor the support which the city's
Washington The thumping of Eskimo drums is before the end of the year, children government
( man Protsman, Mia Ida Jo Harrison. has been able to provide.
fading. The igloo has almost vanished, and the kyakis of this county can take "
Carroll hail Mrs. Otto "The property they could secure
rarely used. heart In knowing that the facilities
Dickman, and Henry M. Folsom. under this classification has
the frozen northland they are then enduring will .
As civilization spreads across ,
Bid will be asked from countyorganizations been declared surplus by the
more and more Eskimos are settling down to surburban not last forever.
on operation of a federal government and can no
life albeit In the snow. shellfish lunchstand on the fair grounds longer be used for its original
cades partly digested
as In the meantime the rumor
A young Eskimo may repair found in the stomachs of walrus, mill grinds and almost dally. the during fair week. Heading the purpose but could be used to
radios lnatead of carving collec fermented seal oil, and brisket of small determined to defeat committee In charge of this project great advantage by these volunteer -
tors' pieces o: ivory or soapstone. caribou. Now they enjoy TV din the group bond issue at all costs is Ernest Sellers with N J. fire departments," he pointed -
North of the Arctic Circle, hardy supernatural Blspham, Marvin Phillips Mrs out.
ners. They revered
continue to spread choice tidbits -
trappers trade their furs for Imported bear, Charles Hunter and Mattox Fuqua said that he had high
beings ten-legged polar
a of information, designed solely
dresses, nylon stockings, a flying caribou skeleton, and a ] to create confusion and raise Ward servng as committee member hopes that this measure would be
and rock 'n' roll records. vengeful monster called an amlx doubt. *. passed in this session of Congress.
A generation ago most Eskimos The 1989 premium list has been .
sak. Now most are practicing These are anti tactics at work
had barely heard of the outside Christians. I approved and turned over to the
I and at their belt should] be viewed
world, the National Geographic Since World War II, the installatlon only in that light. Suwannee Democrat for printing No. 7School
The catalogue will be Issued in officials on the committee -
Society says. For thousands of weather and radar statlona Parent with children to send
of years Eskimos roamedthe as part of the Distant Early to school here would do well to August. are Leroy Bowdoin supervisorof
rim of North America from Warning Line has brought men, \ look over for themselves the facilities U. schools for the county and

Alaska to Greenland. The self- money, and machines to the Arc that must be used to educate -: No. 4 John Johnson principal of Su-
sufficient hunters stalked the tic. Industry followed. Eskimos Jaycee president Homer Ratllff at left look on as Tom Scott, their youngster It just wannee High School.
been
polar bear, trapped the seal, and moved out of their Igloos into scholarship chairman, presents: a naming scholarship to Mary might prove even more fearful never Winner of married.the contest here will! Branford business men on the

fished through the Ice. The hardy roomy prefabs with electricity] and Carolyn Patterson. Mist Patterson will use the scholarship, presented then... having to pay a little tax be entered la the Miss Florid Leon committee Hatch are and Marlon Francis Parker Ward.
had little contact with
race so
oil-fired central heating. by the Live Oak Junior Chamber of Commerce to enter to have better schools.An Clown Con.e+t to Le hclj .haler Colored citizen serving on
any other humans that they Recent health and welfare
called themselves "Innult", meanIng have been so effective Macon hospital School of Nursing September 20. She I* the enlightened community does. this year at Jacksonville Beach. the group are Robert Lee Hicks
programs Patterson, former principal at Wellborn not decide its problems purely on Rules and regulations for the
A.
daughter of Willard principal at Douglas High
The People the only people. that in Greenland] Eskimos are Sometimes it likes to
School (Democrat Staff Photo) propaganda. judging here will be the sameas School James Watson vocational
faster than
multiplying
any people hear progressive and enthusiasticideas.
the crown event. Only beauty
Until a short time ago, Eskimos on earth, according to Hans agriculture teacher at Douglass
and personality will be bash for '
feasted on such far north deli Brun, former Danish Under Sec-I. families and Matthew Jackson, prominent
retary of State. Some Hunting With Music judging. Ratliff continued. Negro fanner of the county

have 15 children. Hunters In Europe have lured No. 2 Winner of the local contest will u .
Smithsonian Institution report be awarded a cash scholarship.
DAY A deer within shooting range by
LAFF"A- credit the population explosion hiring violinist to play for them made to the Maryland site. since Ratllff said director of the No.8
to the change in diet. When the National Geographic sayi. In the project began In May. junior chamber will meet tonight test for TB. Calve should also

Eskimo eat "white man' food" Sweden, one critical moose became Scientists at the Goddard Space (Thursday.) at .:00 pjn. In the- be vaccinated against blackleg
usual meat diet Center at Greenbelt use and malignant edema. Calve will
Instead of their so enraged at what he night chamber office on East Howard
seal, birth 'certain chemical found In the be field tested.Consignments.
of whale, fish, and the heard that he charge Into f lie Street.
rate almost triples. blind, and killed both the hunter firefly's tall lamp in experlment.lto U for the sale
The Canadian Government, and musician. develop a life detection Instrument must be prior to September 1.
through its Department of Northern to be used for research In No. SPhillip Purpose of the sale according

Affairs, is trying to soften' Character Is 1 what makes In.dlvlduall the earth' upper atmosphere. said It was the strongest to Crews 1* to aseUt purebred and

the Impact of modern civilization do more than the ]law Local club members engaged In opening market he had ever commercial breeder In securing
on the Eskimos. A recent 300- requires. the collection] are asked to turn witnessed and predicted the cur- uniform stock.
page manual offers advice on s In their final gather to club lead rent sale season would be the "This sale should offer Suwan-
some 60 problems from writing ers on or before noon on Monday. finest In the local market' his nee County farmer a real opportunity -

bank checks to caring for gunshot No.1 Four scholarship for camp are tory. Growers, buyer, warehouse to get good clean betters
wounds. The book'* title, Is not too early to evaluate] how to be awarded to those who turn operator, and the public generally to replace inferior stock. Crew

Qaujlvaalllrutlssat, means in Eskl. each can have a part as the county In the most fireflies.Approximately were expressing approval and aid.
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mo, "something that will let you goes about solving Its problemsIn ] 3,000 fireflies pleasure at the manner In which .
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and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch remain with her parents through
had u their guests Saturday this week
DEMOCRAT night Mr. and Mr. Ed Mlxon Mr. and Mrs Robert Fletcher
J and family of Birmingham Ala and son. Robert, spent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs Wayne Barber' visiting and sightseeing in J
and family of Orlando visited Clearwater Bach j
friends in Branford last week. Shawn Hatch accompanied her 1
Mr. and Mra. Walter C. Long of grandfather, C. D. William of
Atlanta 0.., spent the week end Newberry, to Sebrlng last Tuesday
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 11 with Mr. long's parents. Mr. and where they visited relative
Mr. R. E. Hatch. Mrs. Long will I for a couple of days,
Mr. and Mrs Robert Miller
Gainesville Luncheon Plan Discussion were business visitors in Oslnes.vllle .
News From Branford Honors Mfos Jonot I I Last Rites For Sunday and visited Mrs. Ot-
I. ti* Johnson who II a patient In
A delightful wedding luncheon
River Bill At
the Alachua General Hospital.
was held at the Thomas Hotel Atwell Arc Held!
Mr. and Mrs Jim Mima of Atlanta -
BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH in Galneavllle. at noon on Saturday
Branford ClubThe O*., are visiting Mr*. W.
July honoring Miss Eater -
At Reaehvillc J Dempsey and family several
Jones, bride-elect for August
Mis Sarah Nell Owens Fred David Ailerholt Jr., Branford's 24. merit and demerit of In. days Mis this Vivian week,Hunt and Will
Boy Hostesses for the occasion were eluding the Suwannee River In Funeral services for Barnle
United In Marriage On Sunday July TwcntyFifU Mr*. Fred Phillip. Mrs. J..I. the Wild Rivera BUI now before Mitchell Atwrll' were held Friday runic Warren of New Smyrna
Beach, the week end visit
the Scout Has Llpsey. Mrs. Clarabelle Wright, Congress will be discussed at the at 9:30: pm. at the Beachvllle Ad. spent
The Old Church was settingfor Troop
Magnolia Baptist I tog Mlsa Hunt'a parent' Mr. and
Mr. T. D. Thomas. Mrs. Lula monthly session of the Branford vent Christian Church with the .
the marriage of Miss\ Sarah Nell Owens daughter of I Mrs Mack Hunt
Mae Allen. Miss LotUe Green Area Men Club Monday night at Rev J. Marvin Odom officiating I
Mr. and Owens of Branford. and Fred David Active Year Mr. Gary Avery of Gainesville J
Mrs. G. O. : and Mrs E. D. Turner. 8.00: pmH W. S. Ware. program Interment war In the family plot
Aderholt Jr., son of }fro and Mrs. Fred D. Aderholt Sr., The flower arrangement on chairman, announced thla week I In Santa Fe Cemetery spent the week end visiting Mr. j
also of Branford. at three o'clock in the afternoon on (By SrevUnaater Jamie Steam) the long luncheon table wa of The club holda it* meeting at the Mr. Atwell passed away Wednesday and Mr. Mack Hunt and famllr.I .
Sunday, July twenty-fifth with Troop BO of Branford had a white chrysanthemums and pink Branford Womana Club Building in a Gainesville hospital I Charles D. Williams Jr. left
the Rer. June Norman officiating printed silk organza dress and a good year, June 1964 through carnations. On the piano was a Favoring the Inclusion of the after an extended illness. He was Sunday for Columbus, Oa. where J
at the double-ring ceremony.The white corsage. June IMS. u It* progress report miniature doll dressed u a bride river In national recreation plans born In Lafayette County near he will attend summer camp for .
setting for the nuptial vow Mr*. Aderholt wore a two piece show Not only did Troop 90 standing under a white lace para will be Otto Wettsteln III mombet Branford and was the son of the two week. d
waa one fourteen branch cande dress of printed Imported silk In receive a lot of publicity for Itself sol. The piano also held an arrangement of the Florida DevelopmentCommission late Mr. and M..... Robert Atwelt Mrs Leon Sims and daughtersof !
shade of blue with Navy acres It put Branford in the public and former memberof Gainesville, spent several day t'
labra and large basket of white of white gladioli!, During his early manhood he
series and a pink carnation cortage. I last week visiting Mrs. L. A. Sims
and pale pink gladioli and green eye several time during the past chrysanthemums, and pink hydrangeas the Suwannee River Authority I. was employed as a truck driver by and other relative.
ery. The couple received the benediction year. Mra. Carl E. Shlftette. residentof the City of Tampa. He war a
kneeling on a white satin A reception war held In the The following Is the progress Mrs Wright read a poem that Bell and secretary of the Suwannee member<< of the rphesus AdventChrlatl.n Mrs. Robert Sherwood and
I home of the groom's parent Mrs report: River Citlarn Auocla- Church family of Jacksonville, spent a
dLeu. she had written and presentedthe
prle- Eunice Lee presided over the Won scout spirit trophy, the few date last week visiting her
Mrs. E. R. Wltherell. pianist I honoree a large silver tray on Uon. an organisation formed to He la survived by one daughter
punch bowl. Mr*. Henry O. Ader raft race's highest award in June mother Mra. Lois Williams, and
played the traditional wedding behalf of the hostesses. tight Including the famed river Dorl Atwell. and a son, Carl At.
music and accompanied Mrs. Russell holt cut and served the cake and 1904. I While the bride's book "Hints In the bill will discuss the de. well, both of Temps; two sisters other relative.
Blanton u she bang "I Love Miss Berth Byrd kept the bride' Won 1M4 national camping For The Bride", war being passed merit of such Inclusion. The or- Mr*. Kathryn Palmer. of Jacksonville Mrs. R. O. Griffith and son.
Terry, and Mr D. B. Fletcherwtre
You Truly '"Belau e." "Always'' book. award for the second straight around and signed Mrs E.: R. imitation she. "represent ha It* and Mr*. Grace Murphy of *
and The Lord's Prayer. The bride and groom both at' time. WltheralU pianist of Branford. headquarter in South Florida. Fishes City; two brothers, Ralph business visitor In Tallhasaee *-

Mr: *. Wayne Owen. matron of tended Branford High School. Registered 25 scout In October played "Loves Dream" by Ltost. Francis Ward la "ald.nof Atwell of Jacksonville and lUr- Wednesday.. .
honor was the bride's Following a wedding trip to 1M4. Attending from Branford were the Branford group and this week old Atwell of Lute; and several
tendant. She wore a only Clearwater and other point of Interest Participated in IM4 Cancer Mra. Wilson Suggs, Mrs Howell urged a full attendance to hear grandchildren.
of pink polished cotton and In South Florida" they will Drive. Fletcher" Miss Barbara Miller this Important question explained Pallbearers were Drew Fletcher Goml Soil 1'ructicra
dreg wLlte accessories. Her"headpiece reside In White Spring where Mr Participated In 1M4 and 1989 Mr*. W. 8. Ware, Mrs. A. B end discussed.' William Cranford. Sloan Kent One of the baste principles of

was a band of pink flower. ) ..* Aderholt U with the Occidental poppy Iale.ParUClpattd. Ware. Mra. E. R. Wltherell. Mr. Walter. Buchanan Shelby Moore, good soil management U the use
Owen carried pink rose with Phosphate Company.Out in 1944 American Lamar Carver Miss Joann Dempsey and Ralph Lacquey' of liming materlala to supply
satin stresm.n.Young of town guest Included Heritage Campfire at Stephen Mr, O. Z. Jones mother of Godhuld Urill Old The J. Robert Weaver Funeral available calcium and magnesium
Roger of Trenton served I Henry Wheele of Lake City, Mr Foster Memorial In July 1944. the bride-eJect. and MUs Jones. Home- of Lake City was In charge It dolomite U used and to
the groom a*best man. fishers and Mrs. Henry O. Aderholt and Won registration ribbon October Paper To Democrat of arrangement correct soil acidity.KIRBY'S .
family of Wllliston. Judge Me- 1M4. Mr. and Mr. Sam QodboM of ,
were Alfred Dorsett. cousin of the
Won good-will Held. Meeting Monday
bride Cormlek of Jasper and Dr. Del. good-turn rib Wellborn brought a number of
and Bill Stephen
mar HarrH of Clearwater. bon. 1045. The W.M.U. Royal Service of old to the Suwannee J
The bride wore a street length Presented Christmas newspaper .
Pageant the First Baptist Church In Branford -
dress of taffeta overlaid with or Democrat office a few day ago.
Land Use at Community Christmas Pro- met last Monday night at The old hi,. been filedfor ANNUAL
ganza. the bodice of the dress wa Colorful +caiie 1944. paper
gram. the church.
fashioned of lac*. A finger Up veil PolneetUa are mostly green Two Eagle Scout, Oct. 1944 Mra. Glen Murray had charge possible future UN.lneludl'd .
of lilt Illusion wa attached to a houw-grown aa pot plant for and Feb. 1945. of the program assisted by Mr. In the paper they
crown of seed pearl\ The bride Christmas In mat of the United brought were copies of the Su
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One religious medsl earned. A. O. Donett. Mr* R. O. Griffith
carried a purple orchid on a Stale But in Florida" they are 1M4. and Mra. Fred" Jones. wannee Cltlsen of January 11.
1038: the Florida FREEZER
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white Bible. used colorful landscape
largely aa
Won first
place in IMSBuwanne Six member
trophy were present.
Mr Owen wore a lavender shrubs. of June 21, 19M; and the De
River Boy Scout Olym Following the program a short timber 10. 1931 and December
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11. 1930 Issue of the Democrat
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Wan second place red ribbon, The Oodtoolds are long time
at the Boy Scout Exposition at lost to Lake City During the race subscriber of this and
newspaper
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TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165 the Oalor Bowl)
In Jacksonville two scout the raft. Mud Hot
aid
on they wanted u* to have these
April 1945. won the mile swim award and,all old editions, uncovered during a tow i tow i tow o oiIl ov
Won first place blue rtbbon.at .
The 4-plow all-job tractor of the rugged Mtssey- the Suwannee River District sit member earned the fifty trunk clearing spree they held a
miter award. few weeks .
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Ferguson breed! With new increased-tapaclty Campotre. April I Ml.Sixtyfive -- -

Advanced FereU'OA.S.rut\> shit-on-thF.go per cent of our s..1FlolaDodge \

Multi-Power transmission luxurious operating aooutr! advanced one or more
rank IN PRICE!
ease and comfort fuel-Daring power in the 50 Camped al Silver Spring third Boys deal like the devil! ,

liP class gasoline or diesel. Phone for demonstration annual troop Sliver Spring eneampenent '
In Ocala National 65 DODGE CORONET
today I IALLBRITTON
Fwret. Srpt IM4. '
Sia fifty miler award earned G-E'S ECONOMf FftEGER

during 1M4 raft I
race.
BROS. .sl' Four' mile swim award earned Town and Country EXTRA NICE
during 1944
ran race.
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Rft'rlYf'da&ft1d.. and nation. ,
TRACTOR CO. wide recognition during IM4 ran ", ). U.s. 129 North

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'd Multi-Laned Expressways Follow By Students, A 9tUdeW 13.6% For June 1965 Over 1964


1 I Trails Blazed By Pioneer Scouts Teachers WorkTeachers ASHINGTON' i1 Sales June tax 1969 collections were up from in Floridafor thoseof for Lafayette the same: June periods 1969.were$2.35575:

last year and below those of May 1965, $3.391.51; June 1964
j. Washington Americans traveling along multi. and college studentsare MARCH OF EVENTS the previous month. Collectionsthis 2023.80; percentage of chant
i laned expressways often follow trails used by Indians and assisting the Suwannee River year in June totaled $20.787- up 16.4 per cent.
'J pioneers. Regional Library by working dur I NIWS AIM REEOYSUCCESSOR I I MOVERS 883.01 while In June 1965 they Columbia: June 1963. 62.247
;7 T The first European coming to North America found ing this summer as substitutes and WILL HI .1'U"N f | A QUESTION MARK amounted to $$18,289,916. 24: May 1965. $56,18967.; June

,;/ an extensive network of buffalo traces and Indian trails on special projects. By HENRY CATnCART June's total was down however, 1964. $47,29877: percentage of
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; over the easiest terrain. fords. Miss Laverne Dormlnejr teacherat Central Press Washington WriterYVTASHINGTON' from the 23377439.77 paid into change up 316 per cent.
and mountain gaps. The explorers and 1800 perhaps 300000 people the Pine View School In Live -George Reedleave of absence from his the state treasury.Percentage Madison; June 1965, $13goo.
and settlers followed the made their way on foot horse- Oak Is working this summer as a YV post as White House news secretary may well become of change in Flor 28; May 1965. $18.27095.: Jun
beaten path and modem highway back and wagon through the librarian at the headquarters library permanent but despite all that has been written to the con ida during June 1969 as comparedwith 1964. $13425.87; percentage of
engineers have done the same Cap near present Mlddlesboro while Mrs. L. A. McKelthen trary it was brought about by Us foot ailment, not presidential 1964 was a gain of 13.6 per change up 3.5 per cent.
the National Geographic Society Kentucky. Today the Wilderness takes summer leave. dissatisfaction with his work.In Taylor: June 1965. $64.53118
Road is one of many ways west Miss Martha Bass of Live Oak fact, it was Reed)'. penchant for accuracy that has cent.Top producer of the sales tax May 1965, $45.04502: June 1964
says.Many a divided highway with that can be traced by a history- recent graduate of Aurora College, brought about much of the speculation that in the state as usual was Dade $31,308.86; percentage of change.
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Its cloverleafs Is merely the latest minded motorist. spending her second summer on he will not return Knowing of the long period County where $4.265.14841 was up 1041 per cent.
stage In the evolution of a. road Connecting valleys in New York a bookmobile as a summer substitute 'of medical care he will have to undergo collected. Other counties In which Hamilton: June 1965. $7,61438
that started as an animal or Indian State formed a natural corridor for vacationing bookmobile Reedy himself raised the question of his ... collections were above the million May 1965.' $7.15022: June 1964
path and later developedInto Into the Interior of the continent. librarians. She will return to turn mark were Duval with $!.. $5.464.57; percentage change, up
a horseway cart road or The corridor helped make the Aurora to teach In September' .t It Is an unfortunate fact that the level of 998.22945: Browsed with 1608.. 393.per cent.Roberts .
macadam turnpike for stage old Dutch colony the wealthiestand and may enter library work as a : Reedy performance In his job>> has a lot 05209: Hillsborough. $1.565.735- .
coaches. U. S. Route 1 grew out most populous of States. To- profession later on. more to do with the man he was working for 33: PlneUas, $1.291.01037: and
of an old pack trail along the day it is the route of the New Miss Olenda Brim of Live Oak thaa with his own abilities. President Johnson Orange with 121027183. Out of Completes To
Eastern Seaboard. York State Thruway. one of the Is also spending her second slimmer always has had a tendency to criticize his state sales on which the tax was Weeks Course
U. S. Route 81 follows part way : most scenic of modern turnpikes. on a bookmobile as substitute press chief when he was unsatisfied with his collected brought $1.193.44200 in Army
along the main stem of the U. S. highways 89 and 56 follow for It'rs. Eleanor Ross who N public notices, rather than to look for flaws taxes to the state. Lt. Colonel Wendell A. Robert
Chisholm Trail named for Jesse the Santa Fe Trail for some Is taking summer leave. Miss In hid own noliclM- AP manner nf opentlonn" Suwannee County's collections of Live Oak recently graduated
Chisholm, a half-Scottish, half- 800 miles across four states. The Brim plans to go to Florida State XII/Mo.iloM reporter r ;.kin discussing the In June 1965 were up over those from the procurement phase associate
Cherokee scout. The trail led wagon road from Franklin. Missouri University this fall and will maJor change: "'It'OW' car won't run you don't get In June 1964 and for May 1965. Army supply management
from South Texas across Oklahoma to Santa Fe opened United In library science. 2'oollOtllll1lor a new driver, you fix the motor." Collections in the county were course at the U. 8. Army Logistics
to railroad shipping. ; pointsIn States overland trade with Mexl Miss Cathe Braun of Lake City. He Job' Reedy successor Bill Movers, Is a question 43 4 per cent more this year than Management Center at Port
Kansas. a senor at the University of Florida mark that only time can answer. Moyera last year with $33.70977 collected Lee. Va. The course was two
During the 1870s and 1880s the CO.The Oregon Trail funneled has been acting young peoples Is among the very youngest of men who have been placed In In June 1965 and $23.49698 weeks in length.
ChIsholm Trail served as a highway great wagon trains from Independence librarian this summer on a special such Important positions In the White House, an undoubted one year ago. May 1969 collections Roberts Is In the U. 8. Any
for one of history's greatest Missouri over plains and project under a federal grant given tribute to his Intelligence and general ability But he has had here totaled 3047388. Reserve. In civilian life tie Is supervisor '
migrations of animals to market.In Rockies to Astoria Oregon In the Suwannee River Regional no newspaper experience, and little experience/ In working with Collection In nearby counties for the Farmers Home
1969 Representative Joe Pool 1843 a single caravan of 1.000men. Library this year. She has the press. Administration with offices aLive
of Texas introduced bill to have women and children moved worked on several lists that will The criticism of Reedy-that he did not put out enough Information Oak.
the unIted States Governmentmark along the Trail with 9,000 cattle, be sent to school "anel branch li- to the press-may well be continued and may become College Transport Body .
the Trail as a historical site. Today U. S. Highway 30 follows braries has established collectionsof intensified under Meyers' tenure in the Job. Will Its not unusual these days to
The early American colonists the general northwestern route books for young people In several e eFRESHMAN1 Meet July 30 sec a $3.000 boat beta pulled by
were confined by the Appalachian the wagons took. branches prepared an en- -One Junior member of the House, Rep. Ellglo De College Transport. Inc.. the a $300 car headed for the river
Mountains to the Atlantic Sea As the westward trickle of pioneers larged collection of vocational La darts, of Texas must be thinking a lot these day about non-profit organization formed fishing trip."
board for about a century and a swelled to a mighty river books and also developed other seniority and how long it take. to get It. here to provide bus transportation
half before Daniel Boone spurredthe of settlers new routes were projects. The congressman recently got a small puppy for his children for Live Oak students to
westward movement over his blazed and these too can be approxImately Miss Braun graduates In December a* a replacement for the one they left at horn. He described the North Florida Junior College USE
Wilderness Road through the followed on modern and will return to the the pup as "A small percent beagle-we don't have enough at Madison will meet IY1-
Cumberland Gap Between 1779 highways The Butterfield Over- Suwannee River Regional LibraryIn seniority for a 200 percent beagle.* day. July 30. at 1:30: p.m. In the
January to work until the following It may come a* something of a shock to the congressman conference room of Suwannee FUCO
September when she will but if he should relate his six months of service with the many Valley Electric Cooperative on the
go to Florida State University to years In Congress of some committee chairmen, he Isn't entitled Branford Road. Brand
A Thought For TodayBy start on graduate. .library work. to a 10 percent beagle yea Officers, board members and interested -

persona are being urged
BRODY C. HARRIS Futch Named Officer River Raft Movies Father Two Resident to attend the meeting which Is InsecticideFOR
"Beauty lies In the beholder" being held to discuss the proposed
are surrounded by beauty, if we will only stop and Warehouse GroupFrank To Be Shown Here Boys Ranch 'Dies charter of Incorporationand
take : rlYOrth wonderful treasures around us THEY ARE Futch Jr., a partner In Scoutmaster Jamie Slocum of Harold D. Edwards 61, fatherof bylaws for the organisation.
OURS P'OR THE ASKING. The smell of coffee operation of the Farmers Tobacco and Mike Edwards both BEST RESULTSFor
Troop 90, Branford. will be In Wally Fall semester classes at the
brewing or newly cut : the sound of a child'slaughter
grass Warehouses In this city, was named
Live night August residents at the Florida Sheriffs Madison school
Oak Monday begin August 23.
: or a bird's song; the feel of a spring rain i
or a kitten's fur. vice-president of the Georgia- 3, to show the Suwannee River Boys Ranch here died July 21 at
Florida Tobacco Warehouses Association Raft Race home movies to Troop his home In Dunedin He was a
I 'i '... It is said "two men looked through bars at held
a meeting
one saw mud, the other stars. Beautv can .be recently 369 at their regular scheduled retired painting contractor. The Best In
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overlooked if we don't train ourselves, and our attitude In Valdosta. meeting Services were held Saturday at
to t The association Is composed of Two scouts from Troop 369 DunedIn with burial in the cemetery -
tat acbnton thbutcowith\ Itosman
t.c ROOFING
3 Without life tobacco; warehouse operators snd were members of the crew of the there. CALL COLLECT
reaches new spiritual heights others Interested In operation Troop 90 raft The Mud Hog. Mr. Edwards held honorary
n f Remember "beauty Is the smile on the earth'sface" and managements of bright In the J. P. Williams STANDARD ROOFINGand
and It is open to all. it needs nothing leaf Parents and scouters of Live membership
but the eyes to see and the receptive mood to ..- markets In the two states. Oak's Troop 369 are Invited to PTA Chapter here and was a native -
predate view the movie They consist of of Alabama.
Caution can preserve the beauty of life. It is the last degree of land Mall Route ran from 8t. three 60 foot rolls which will last Survivors Include his widow SHEET METAL CO.
wisdom to prevent mishaps and hardships by being cautious enough Louis along a southern course about twenty minutes. three other son, two daughter
111 So. SL_ Ph. 244-2646
Ashley
to prepare for Inevitable happenings You might give considerable through Texas to California U. three brothers four sister and
thought to the needs that will arise with Inevitable events of the where It turned north toward the two grandchildren. tREE BONDEDUTiMATEsVALDOSTA'S
future. Call 362-1334 and visit SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME. 629 gold fields. The Mormon Trail Can I Of Thank BEST ROOFERS
South Ohio Avenue for
) kind considerate counseling in regard to
your needs. From Nauvoo. Illinois, to Salt We would like to take this opportunity (Renew Year 8abeu1J< Oft)
Lake City not only carried Mormon to thank our friends
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor pioneers to a new homelandbut the doctors and nurses for their I .
Suwannee County Residents was used by the Pony Express services during Don's accidentand 1
and telegraph lines. stay In the hospital. We 1This 1.
BRODY C. HARRIS Railroads radically changed deeply appreciate all that was family enjoys
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JULY 29, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN
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(9tg tc Anna Miller Circle THE OLD HOME TOWNu By STANLEY Cigarette Taxes Florida Alumni

Held July MeetingThe ; (4 '; ANOTMCB PUFF )
regular meeting of the Anna i ON WUR PIPR For PaidLive Plan
Miller Circle of the Live Oak .12 1 WANTSOML ACTION May ReceptionTo

WOM E NCLARA Elks Lodge was held Monday nightat 1t IN THIS PieTtlree! Oak received $8.068.73 from
eight p.m. Mrs. Carl Moore the month of May., a report re- View Film
presided over the business meeting laMed recently) by. the State Beverage
leading the pledge to the American Department reveals. The Miss Sheryl Folsom. daughterof
S. WADSWORTH flag. The chaplain's prayer T7 Town of Branford got $88848 Superintendent and Mrs. Henry
Society Editor
was given by Mrs. Jesse LInd. from the same source for the M. Folsom and now a studentat
ae,.. same period. at University of Florida, and
Mrs. :Mai Fetes MciMnUen.Mobley: Mrs. W. H. Laughlnghouse an. Total collections: In the state Kenneth P. Small director of
nounced that plans were made to for May 1965 U reflected by. the I Radio Station WRUT. will attend
Visitor With PartyA Marriage, Announced serve a dinner to the Florida I report reached $4870.397.31. Of a. reception planned her
backyard: "Coke" party was Mr. and Mrs. J* R. McMullen Rock Co. at the Country Club on this amount $1.584.85092: went I Friday. August 8, at 1.00: pjm. in
held at the home of Mrs. Ran of Route 4 wish to announce the Saturday. night.The Improvement I Into the state general revenue I conjunction with preview showIngs -
dolph Mat on Helevenston Street. marriage of their daughter Linda Committee reported on designs I fund leaving $3.085.44848 for I of the V. of Florida's Alumni
Saturday morning honoring Mrs. Osyle. to O. L. Mobley Jr. son for circle Insignia to be deployed: distribution to municipalities of Association's firm. Road To The
George Johansen. Mr, Mai's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mobley 8r. while members art working on Florida Moon. .
from Saudi. Arabia. of Ocala. these projects. Largest participant in the city Faculty: representatives and
The table WM covered with a The wedding wu an event of A resolution war drawn up deploring split was Miami where f2.,., 519.- students from the university will
green cloth and held a basket ar- March sixth in Statenville. Oa. the loss In death of circle: 45 was sent. Other large reel attend 35 similar receptions arranged
rangement of yellow daisies and member Irene Fullbrighk\ plants were Tampa $330,55358; during August for such
gladioli. Sandwiches party dips A state-wide workshop will beheld Jacksonville $171.38348; St. Petersburg. preview showings
and cookies were served with the Plastics are being used for home in West Palm Beach on H QARRDMENER AT $134.34789: and Fort The film spotlights atudenta.f.eu1t.J' ,
"Cokes" and coffee. sidings, gutters and downspouts September 25. The circle voted to WDRiC Lauderdale, $138.38330. and staff members with
Assisting in the serving were send two delegates, and any others .-.-wrw.ww r -.w w JirxaN aS.1Q9L Lowest amount as (he 74o allocated an emphasis on academic and
Mrs. Joe Ross and daughters. bet1l'ftlthe hours of 10:30 and Interested may contact Mrs. Oulf Stream. Other low personal assistance available to
Robin. Julie and Karyn from 12:00: noon. Moore. amounts went to Indian Creek students and will be shown over
Gainesville. Mrs. Alfred T. Alrth. Mrs. Johansen and six children On August 1/. the Anna Miller Village $3.37 and to the Town of Florida" television stations during
Mrs. C. V. Schoppe. Mrs. Thomas will be visiting in Live Oar and Circle will Join the Elks to sponsor I = Saint Leo U U.Amounte August.
Radford sr.. Mrs. John Cooper. Florida" until the twentieth of a Luau In the ballroom of the UniTY received' by neighboring The meeting here ls set to coincide
Mrs. W. L. Tedder 8r. and Mrs August when they leave to go backto Lodge All Elks and their wives dUN included Lake City, with the broadcast of the
R. L. Brinkmsn. Saudi. Arabia by the Tray. of are Invited and out of town eomrTI $13.09399: Madison $5.39081: film over Station WJXT-TV
Around seventy-five attended the FIJI Islands. guests. Tickets will be sold by. Jasper $3.53888: Mayo $98884; (Channel 4) from Jacksonville at
Anna Miller Circle members, and :: news and Perry, $..280.... 0.30: pjn. August 9.Audiences .
reservations will close on August U.
at the receptions are
Peanut Butter Delights eleventh. The South Sea Island I The card In the shoe repair shop sxpected to Include alumni, students -
theme will be carried out in deco
reads: "We doctor shoes heel who expect to enter the
rations and dress. Costume or Bcachvillc them, attend their dyeing, save school! In September and their
Well Spread Over Menu casual: attire suggested. Dancing: their soles." parents. A question and answer
will follow the supper. session will also be held with
Committees for the Luau are: Mr. and Mrs. Hots Spooner and duty In the Phllllplnes.
Reynolds In Live Oak Thursday Small and Miss Folsom participating. -
\1 Alit DENHOff Tickets. Mrs. Joe Davis. Mrs T. daughter. Oinger and Mr. and Mr and Mrs Albert Moses of
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night
ANT time the year" desserts with peanut butter. Cool B. Dunn, and Mrs. Bill Raw Is;: Urs. Ned Spooner and children Tifton Os and their grandson,
with a tropical flair are slightly. Food: Mrs. W. II. Laughlninousf, all of Jacksonville were visitors Richard: Moses n, of Wiggins.\ I
high on the popularity list and la parfait glssses alternate Mrs. J. A. Cason. Mrs. Elmer here last week end. Mrs, were guests of Mrs. Ban-
enjoyed by every member of Ice creams, fruit and* peanut Browning and Mrs Jessie Land: Jesse Kirby of Cedsr Keys visited ford Beach and other relatives
Ute family., from grandmas to butter topping- Garnish with and Decorating: Mrs.' Sam Koff. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beacha here Saturday night and Sunday.
the romper set. orange slices: and cherries. A social: hour wu held In the few days last week. Willie Beach was a business
This ballroom following the business Mrs. Manfred Bailer and chil visitor In Gainesville Friday,
Peanut butter, high la pro- serves about I with a
tetra nigh la taste appeal, U a delicious dessert that Is not, meeting with "''rs. Ones Boat- dren. Dee Ore and Rla. of Live Mr, and Mrs Willie Odom and
marvelous Ingredient In some alas, for the calorie-counter. right and Mrs. Sam Koff u hostesses. Oak were guests of the Rev and their guests their son and daugh-
terrifia desserts as well as for PETER FANAMA FfDDINO Mrs. Marvin. Odom Wednesday.Mr. ter-ln-law Mr. and "''n. Ray UVE OAR. FLORIDA PHONE llt3111Atfalls
the usual sandwiches.YIUmiM and UrL B. E.: Spooner Odom and children of Falrfield. lee-Children Its-Tat laal....
H e. crunchy peanut. butter and their guests their daughter 8. C. attended a family get together BOX OFFICE: RUNNER SCHEDULEHsUNsy
la Variety 9t e. chunky apples and Card Of Thank Mrs. Dot McNeely of Evsnsvllle. at the home of Mrs Ernest opens ttitl- Msvte ltt.
la addition to Its high protein 1 apricots We would like to eipreas our Ind. visited relatives In Georgialast Oodwln In Live Osk Satur Sunday TI"...' Friday Opeas Sill Movie 3iMVTKttNf
tap maple syrup
Value. It contains a week.
varietyof day Ray and family left early
vitamins and minerals as.senttd Dash ground allspice: sincere thanks and appreciation ,Mr and Mrs C. C. HemphUl ",, '11I0''. "'I.' II
to good h. luu. 1'i' pints chocolate: ke cream to our friends for their sympathy: and sons Wayne and Scott Beach Sunday to return home.
Blend and the prayers food and flowers Funeral services for Barney At- TABOOS OF THE
.so aU hall to peanut butter peanut butler U nip all of Oatnssvllle were guests of WORLD
and Its wonderful JoeIn these of the mixed fruits maple syrup received at the time of the loss of Mr' and Mrs.' Willie Beech a few well of Branford were held. In the CARTOONTm'mnTrmpr.' ,
and allspice. Fold la remaining our loved one. Oma N. Meeka. days last week. Beachvllle Church Friday at 2:30:
delightful desserts.,
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!i cup fruit. Spoon over tee May. Ood bless each and everyone Mr and Mrs.' Cary Hunt of pm. Rev Marvin Odom conduct m.r !* ,.
ALOHA FEANtT BITTERntUIT cream: la 4 sherbet glass*. U our prayer. Live Oak. and "''r. and Mrs Edd: ed the services with burial In the MMEN BONDWOMAN
PARFAIT TROPICAL a\NANA Mrs Thelma Meeks Santa Fe Cemetery
UIFUIIi Edson of Mulberry were supper OF STRAW
1 can UK; .) Mr and Mrs. W, R Meets Mr. and "
& frozen e. crunchy peanut butter gumts of Mr and Mrs.' Willie ''ra. O. D. Bach visited -F..l." N., I -
pineapple chunks thawed la e. honey. Mr and Mrs.' Calvin Cartel! Odom Tuesday evening. Bill Hartley of Newberry In
1 pkg. nil os.) frown K t.,. cinnamon Mr and Mrs.' Monica! LsDoyS Mrs.' M. M. Ttdwell was guestof the U. F. Medical Center In TEEN AGE MUSICALINTERNATIONAL
sliced peaches: thawed 1 pint vanilla Ice cream ) Al/e and Mrs' Drlbert Tidwrll Gainesville Sunday evening.Rev. .
% e. smooth peanut butter ,H pint chocolate Ice cream Carl Of Thank of Jacksonville last week. Del- F E.: Day of Lake City CARTOONMTt'ltlMr.
1 pint vanilla Ice creami 1 medium banana, all We would like to express our bert leaves August 3 for California will be here Sunday.. Aug. I,
pint chocolate Ice cream yellow, sliced: sincere thanks and appreciation and will leave there forPine Visitors are always very welcome. K'l.T il _
Orange slices halved
Stemmed. red maraschino Blend first S Ingredients to our many friends for their YOUNG GUNS OF TEXAS
chcmM I.la parfait gUsMS. alternate prayers cards flower kindnesses I LevelMr I g-
layers: fee creams, pesaut
and help during the lOnese sod WORLD
Reserve syrup from drained butter topping and banana loss of our loved one. THE LOST OF SINBAD
pineapple and peaches. Cook slice. If desired '
gsraiah with CARTOON\
combined syrups until reducedto additional banana slices. May Ood richly bins each and, and Mrs. Edward Fore Mr. and ....... Ernest: Holmes
about half the amouat; blend This serves V*. everyone of you Is our prayer spent the week end with Mr' and and Bob Turn sprat Saturday MIDDAY-Mnrp4y.Trrnp1Y.Al'Ot'OT' 1-1-1
Mrs Quills Fletcherand Mrs L. F. Fortner with Mr. and "''rt. Drew Holmes
FamilyMajor Mr and "''n. R. If Roberts. and Mr and "''ra. II. M.. Moore FRANKIK AYALONTHE
m 9 children. Bob and Ernestine. Mrs visited Mr' and Mrs.' Louie Fort- BEACH PARTY GANG
BEFORE YOU BUY_WHY NOT..TRY Farm I'ro I Florida'. major agricultural products .I Ron. and Lynn TIce. Donald and Jimmy Tools spent Monday SKI PARTY
MORRELL SALVAGE are citrus and other fruits. Mitch' Braswell all of Lass City with Mr' and Mrs.' Drew Holmes CARTOON NEWSBOY
Mr and Mrs Mr' and Mss Drew Holmes
vereUbtea. nuts tobacco, poultry, spent Sunday with .
dairy. products and livestock. Drew Holmes. were supper guests of Mrs.' J. II.I J
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SEVERAL HUNDRED SHEETS -
Mr' and Mrs. II. M. Moore visIted
PLYWOOD PANELING Mr' and Mrs L. P. runner
$2.75 per sheet' A up I Trailer HarborFOR Friday night. EARLY 1
Johnson of Perry
Rev Charles
ALUMINUM SIDING_WINDOWS I MOBILE HOMES I was dinner guest of "''r. and Mrs' ,
STATE APPROVED AND I J. r. Tools Sunday
UPHOLSTER MATERIAL $1.00 Yd. INSPECTED Mr' and Mrs Norman Anders' e ,!J

FLUSH DOORS _. 17-FOOT TRAVEL TRAILER I PATIOS TRAILER FOR: BrACETILIPIIOIQ EACH :: Gainesville and children Sunday visited friends In GET A FREE "

AND MANY OTHER CLOSE OUT ITEMS CABLE: :TV AVAILAULCCbrster AND I Mr' and Mrs.' II. M.. Moore visited
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of Brywa It and I'l ft. retail price
WAYNE MORRELL N. Aaa A... Saturday nigh reg.
HOWARD WRIGHT Mr and Mrs.' Arnold Hsye ..o M .. : sr jtirl 1a

rear lines Wet Ua ill, Oa nwe.r.t Real Owtwr sad OpasMv and children of Cross City went ==-- $19.95
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Gasoline TaxesIn U' R.oIIon mod Park 11.00.0'
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT 171 Publicity. 11..0.
\ OF TilE on R..inr Fonda 0th... .100.0'
Ill Salary of County Judi 17.000.
Florida For Ill Traiufer ......00
4 Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketCattle 1 .MI Swine Evalu.tlon Property J. D'Odoq h t ".000.00
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Ta* A....*or (Ra-Fvalnatloa Elpe****) .' 4.000.00
111 Show Rlnc Exhibit/ Balldtnlf I 0.000.00
I June 1965 Up .000.0.
and calves sold July 21 low good $1800-11975.; inferior ,,, .. TOTAL. APPROPRIATIONS .
Livestock and low utility $12.00-$14.25. RESERVE. FOR CONTINGENCIES! .".M. (004 0111111
t I at the Suwannee Valley Motorists in Florida paid a .t,4.. RESERVE: FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED 11.000.
Market totaled 159 as compared Heifers: standard $1300-$18- total of $12,560,45129 for the 7 r'(". I Ir0P FORWARD 10.Oeo.o.

S with the 217 sold the week previous 75.; utility $1325-11425, one Inferior 179.435,018 gallons of gasoline TOTAL BUDGET for Budtettn.Should Iqnal. roam Amount C-4U Anllabl -

J Hog sales were about even $12.75. sold In the state during the ,410,141.10ESTIMATE

:a with 462 this week compared with Cows: standard and good, month of June 1965 on which the 'r OP REVENUES AND RECEIPTS

the 456 sold the week before. $1250-$1500; few thin inferior 7c gas tax was applicable. This SUWANNEE AND COUNTY ) FUND

Trading was moderately active $8.00-$9.25. was slightly more than the $11,. ESTIMATE FOR O.. RECEIPTsfL FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: 11, ROSS

i with the demand air to good Calves: good $1800-$2025, 849,57633 collected In June 1964 U. Oft a..d v.letIN

Slaughter heifers and cows standard $1700-I975.: utility I and near a million under the ... 14 10 CI.U Fin5 *SdFoIrfe't. OIl> Foe.*. of ,.1I..a.I.U, 1 .14,1111........
were uneven and averaged steadY. $14.00-$1 1.211. $13,1\14,934.83\ collected during r Itt '1'., Rodemptlona 0,01001
Other slaughter classes were few The 462 hogs auctioned during May 1965. t t SRA ti 't F; IT* Fee* from County Jndit. I.....
144-B FIn. and Forfelturo ,..tk. '.'".II
the sale sold as follows by grade of POM*
both weeks. Only two counties in Florid PTtI 4 .. 810/,1
Feeder-stocker steers and cows and weight: was over the million dollar mark yI TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 1117,114a.'

offered were few. Heifers In this Mixed grade barrows and gilts: in collections during June 1965 I rt 0 LESS* OF(%ESTIMATED RECEIPTS i. 1,160,11

type animal were steady to 50c 180-210 Ibs. $23.00, 210-240 Ibs, Dade County collected $2033 BALANCES TO BB BROUGHT FORWARD I CA'8 111.51.11 1,001,10: :

lower while calves were steady $2350, 160-180 lbs, $2230; 140- 98951 and Hlllsborough gathered TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND

with spots $100 lower 160 Ibs, $2150, 120-140 lbs., in 1.160.059.11.. 1 I BALANCES 'lilt.til.Of..

Forty per cent of the total $20.10; 100-120 Ibs, $19.90, and Suwannee County sold 66245 ESTIMATED EXPENSES

cleared to feeder-stocker accounts 80-100 Ibs. 1900. gallons in June 1965 and collected RUWANNEE P INE AND FORFFITURE COUNT : FUND '

while one-third of the supply Most sows 180-400 Ibs, sold $39.371.71. Collections for May .11 11.1.FOR.... THE 01 Clreult FISCAL( Iud.YEAR.n" ENDING SEPTEMBER 00th, IllS

were calves. from $1975 to $2060, while boars 1965 were $40.644.87 and In June lIe 1101&.... of Fro.or.tlat Alto..B.eot.rl.s.,. fll 10....
The price range for slaughter brought 10.50 and one stag went loss tu'rj' MftTKftftX! III F... and c..t Clerk. of Clrealt Court ........
.14 Fm ...d Co. Ju.tlo. of th. 1'...-, 1,01110
AvntmaJa.- was" : for $1625 1--C l1 i oMinnerbY countle Its !." and Cost coB.ubi. 4,001.05
Steers: standard. $1775-$1900; I Medium and good feeder pigs! and the gallonage sold were: I au 117 Convlrtloa) F... 4,00415'.4tf."
I Wllnor. and Jury For.
cutter and utility $14.00-117.00. under 75 Ibs sold for $23.711-211. Columbia: 1638,798 gallons 11. Salary. of Bhoriff and Dnutlo* Bhoriff 1001/

Heifers: standard $1750-$17- 25 while those from 73 to 125 lbs I sold, collected in June 1965, 114.14 Equipment E....... 0tl- >X Sheriff""" .......* Sheriff 14.11.............

75; utility. $1400-11700; cutter. brought $2100$2350Common $114.71586; in May 19611, $128,. PROPOSED BUDGET 100 Invntia-atloaa Sheriff ........
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$120011500Cows feeder pigs under 75 32687 and in June 1964 124. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 11.1 Palaria' of o.uI.t.nt..nd clerk c-. 1,051,11
; SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA MI 1':......... Oth.. t has R.I.rlr.. Co.. J.dJ. '. ..71....
: utility $1325-$1575; lbs. cleared at $1600-$1950 694.50. II* Rovlpmrat Gouty Jgdc 1,05111

cutter. $1150-$1375, tanner Madison: 470,704 gallons sold; ESTIMATE SUWANNEE OF REVENUES COUNTYCOURTHOUSE AND RECEIPTS tit Public Df.>d..r 1.10.00.1RESERVEPFORRCONTINGENCIFS .

$8.75-$1150\ collected in June 1965. $32: ,949.28; BOND INTFRFBT. AND SINKING FUND
Bulls cutter and low utility Handbags Go Soft Too FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 10, IMI : '
: in May 1965 $3206931, in June I
ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS ........
I UI-f'o..t J.dt Not .. ..
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$1300-11500; canner 11175- The clothes for the coming sea 1964 $31,31569 A/C N. n,. Ywr t61-8 .rlrl Not |. Ei.Md F.11%.of 11 Total% of Bud Tate.I t Budi.t ...,....
$1273 son are soft looking so are the Hamilton: 427,205 gallons soldcollected : Kit Rap Track Fnnit I 1010041) | 1,1L1/
BALANCES TU BE BROUGHT FORWARD CASH I.111.71 TOTAL BUDGET should -
Calves: few good $2025-$20- handbags to go with them. The in June 1965 $29,9040311,, : for B..t.tlnt.Equal Form.Amount C Avallabl
dill
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50; standard $1675-$1900. ; utility National. Shoe Retailers Association In May $311.921.20; in June 1964 TOTAL ESTIMATED: RECEIPTS AND BALANCES I IB.III.71 .n........

$14.00-$18,75. i reports the softness trend, $1915480 ESTIMATED EXPENSES BOARD OF AMENDED COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSIONERS

Vealers standard and good shown In quilting shirring and Taylor: 895625 gallons sold, COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND liNKING FUND SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA

$18.15-$19.211 one utility $15\.00. dressmaker! detailing. SUWANNEE COUNTY
; collected In June 1965, $69.S93.75, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER loth INS ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
Price paid for feederstockercattle in May 1965 $64,182.68; In June 771' Courthou.. C. ... f I.Itt It IUWANNItJ COUNTY
and calves were as follows: In England cotton was first 1964, $73,703,91. RESERVE IDS CASH BALANCE TOnBY CARRIED FORWARD t IH.II LIBRARY FUND

steers: few high standard and used for candle wicks. Suwannee County received TOTAL BUDOFT Should Equal Amount Avallablo. for ESTIMATED"RECFIPTSfL: YEAR ENDING "EMBER 10. ,,,,

credit of $26.516.89 from the two BndfMlnf. Form C-4II) I 111171 II' TAXES tl MUh M .._oed ,.ta.tl.. of II*...*". I II....41

: cents distributed for county road ESTIMATE: OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 1I.44t

Turf / n'@ampfire building. The 80 per cent of the IIHRARY BUWANNEF FUND' COUNTY 04 IRIS% OF 1"ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. ,...,.

seventh cent tax that goes to the ESTIMATE FOR Or TRR! PIVCAL! YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: It,"111.lii.tlon BALANCES TO BE: BROUGHT FORWARD, CASH 16,10.71......It
Br BILL BERO RECEIPTSI
road department for secondary 110 TAXES ,000>> 1111I. on .....d ... of IIIIOBIMM' S lllllt TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCESESTIMATED
Selecting the right lure with the aid of the experts roads in this county totaled $10.- "* 11.4.
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 1 1"07.1' EXPENSES
182.54 and the county's road and ,
LF8S: a"% LIBRARY FUND
ANALF0021NNRO OUT AND PLANNING TO USE LURES, BU/ bridge fund got $254563 U% or' FSTIMATFD RfCFIPTd 11,11101 lieu. BUWANNEE COUNTY
5 A DOZEN, WITH FIVE BASIC COLORS PERCH BALANCES TO HE BROUGHT FORWARD CAlK /0.01 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER .
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SCALE,YELLOW, PEP ANP WHITE,NATURAL 5CAL6, BLACK AND .n ..I..... of LI......... and i.ilaUata. *... SIU. l ll. .. .u.
WHITi. TOTAL ESTIMATED. RECFIPTS AND BALANCES I U.......
Should<< Order<< StockFish Mlilac Levied .... Yea/ Hi, E.tlmat Thl. Y..' .'0' .REIFRYEFFOR CONTINGENCIES 'i :i<<:i

SURFACELURESALNAYS' FLOAT ON TOP< OF WATER AROUND 1 I Needed<< Now LIBRARY ESTIMATFD FUNDBUWANNFK EXPENSES RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BB: CARRIED FORWARD U.11.11 N

TREE STUMPS ETC..RYCH000ERCRAZYCRAWLE74TYPE.: : COUNTY TOTAL BUDGET: ISkeuld' Equal: Amount ...n.... --.---
__ 1CHUGGER I Local resident with fish ponds FOR THE FISCAL YEAR FNDINO SEPTEMBER 10th, 11* for .....ttn.. Form C-4III 111,11411ESTIMATED
that need stocking or restocking I7T B.l.rle./ Librarian and Ai.l.t.nt.. *t.. ITOTAt II.......
EXPENSES
are being advised to contact John APPROPRIATIONS $ 1/,1140' (YIIJ5Ft'II BOND INTUln AND IINKD/G FUND
.
Hampton or Russell Parsons local RFsrRVK: FOR CONTINGFNOFBt" 10101 IIUWAHNEII: COUNTY
RESERVE: FOR CASH BALANCE: TO BE CARRIED FORWARD I..... FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER lit*. 141
Soil Conservation Service technicians .IITt 110. '".....lf /I.bl.' ',"< now. Orders for fish must be TOTAL BUDOFT!: (Should Fqu.l Amount .*.1..1. >.. for lorlda N.t... Bank Sontoo Fo.a 111.aa
Budotlni. Form C-4II 11,10111 al :.fm4 to G.MT.| Fo.il .. ...., Ht CeI......
turned in not later than Auaust 15 Int.t..t S Bl.11''l.. Feud ........
; e according to HamptonFish ESTIMATE OP REVENUES AND RECEIPTS .
BUWANNEF: COUNTY TOTAL BUDGET ........ &.... Amouat A.*.....k --
for such projects' are fur- CAPITAL OUTLAY LIBRARY FUND for ....(..1... Form C-4IK | *..4|.4.
nished without charge to Suwannee FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING: SEPTEMBER I*, 11
I : FBT1MATE OF RECEIPTS ESTIMATE OP REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
CRAZY CRAWLER River 8011 Conservation District 10 roiintr Fund II...... UWANNRI: COUNTY
cooperators by the US Fish" 100 F.d.ral Fund ......... COLISEUM BOND 'NTP'II"'IIT" AND liNKING FUNDBT.MAT.r5

SINKING LURES: DEEP DIVE RIVER rUMTi.TMEY!>> WIGGLE GOOD and Wildlife Service from the TOTAL FSTIMATED RECEIPTS .151.11111.- :; ? RECEIPTS THE FISCAL, YEAR ENDING .EPTEIIIU II. IPSO

I FOR WALLEYES BASS PIKE ETC! I I hatchery located at Welaka. LESS. 1'% ..... I. III Raahir II.... 1,11111
I life, OP ESTIMATED RECEIPTS H...... NOTE ThJ. to ...., .vor. t.... kIt..* site. I.d.k.d. ,,
Dream and bass are used for .... aft.
r the stocking of ponds in a ratio of TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCESESTIMATED / 774.11SII Eiooaao ..... .ao... !law fuada waa .
.Y 10 bream to one bass with a recommended EXPENSES TO BK BROUGHT' FORWARD CASH
.1. ', coverage of 1000 bream CAPITAI OUTLAY LIBRARY FUND 0 5.141,65
F5 F5t a. "H'is -"- SUWANNEB COUNTY TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES
_" i' ......:,4 ...-a; per square acre IIS Addition" ..d Alteration to Ll.* 0.. Library. ".'0'II 05,001.40ESTIMATE
__.... "'& Channel catfish be addedin OF RIVCNUC AND RECEIPTS
L>.rA...... '11' '':1'1 may TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS (71//.1 UWANNER COUNTY:

I'. 'wat addition if desired Hampton .RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES. 1.11111 CAPITAL OUTLAY CTUTRTWOITHE FUND
pointed out.Bream FOR TRIt 'I"L YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER ". It"
TOTAL BUDGET IlIh..1d Equal A".t Avd1.bI. for ESTIMATR or RECEIPTS
will be delivered in the au4rnlgp Perm C.41. H...... U' r.. ..tr..... ...... N

RIVER RUNT \ jfHi1r.Wrr1 fall this year while the bus will ESTIMATE OP REVENUES AND RECEIPTS 114 104 .1.._-, 0.... 11.POLO.11 N

t ; be distributed in the spring of next "UW ANNt:& COUNTY
ROAD AND rlKIIKlR: FUND TOTAL ESTIMATED: RECEIPTS: /II&tttl.
year FOR THE FISCAL YEAR) ENDING SEPTEMBER: It, III LESS B%
I TRY VARIOUS TYPES;THERE ARE SOME DANDIES ON THE MARKET. I a STIMATE OF RFCRIPTBi U% OF FJITIMATFD: RtCFIPTH ..III 4t
110 TAXES. I Mill ...... edwtlo..1 .11. IIIN10
(Renew Your Subscription) II' Gaaolln H.> III 14* ** 1114,1140 ALANCES TU BK BROUGHT FOIWARDi CASK 11'.1"

-- -_._----- ..._. "_._11__ "TM u..__ ._...... ...._. .10,11511. _Uu
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ltiTltl l|
Ill Motor Fuel. Tat lt4
III Auto Tran.oorUtlon Ta ISIS.* MTIMATtD: EXPENSES
10 Yr...?., From General Fod) !*.*...* CAPITAL OUTLAY COVTBOUSI FUND
IT* ..Ml..f.... INN BIIWANNCB COUNTY
Land-Rover 111 Tu Redemption. 5110 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTIMSEB bits. Ills
.U C.on5s.. c..tne.. a A........... .Oa ||U.14.||
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 111*,(44 M
the only 4-wheel drive vehicle 1F8S. 1% 111114 TnTAI. APPROPRIATIONS 65t1o01i
PS OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 141:*4I M .RESERYR PD. CONTINGENCIES 5.0.0.05
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD) CASH 44(41
i with a body that can'trust TOTAL BUDGET (....... ..... AatoM 4ae aWe --
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 011,01.1 for S.dtMW. .. Fom c..... I"1.1",11
;014. .
rot or corrode. ESTIMATED EXPENSES ESTIMATED EXPENSES
ROAD AND BRIDG FUND SUWANNK: l..It'N" AIRPORT FUND
.. ,
BtlWANNEB COUNTY BUWANNKt COUNTY
i .. FOB TFiB FISCAL YEAR ENDING SBPTPMSEB: lOtk, III FOR TUB FINIAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: loss I MlooWMtioa
., 411 dalonr .. Bead Superintendent and Count Bocmoer 11/.1111 111 of Cut. ....... | "..I.ueTOT"L
""""' \1, 411 Free Labor 01,01/0
I 411 11.1.1......* ., Camp ..IW.... ,...... BUDGET I11.... Toed Amo... .......l. -
'
.j i.- .. tr N-N, alw1 IMLaRa4rhld 411 Maintenance of 1E4J.lp.... ..... 15 for B...*.. *.. Pom 0..... | .UtU
I 411 (Ia.oll_ ...011 51,11111II
I ( Road Material and C.lr eH e ,,:...II ESTIMATE OF KVtNUtS AND RECEIPTS
t, 411 CUarln af 1I1..t.( ..-..,. .....II 'UWAMMm nil'NTT
I I III .......... .. Equipment: ...... N BUWANNfK COUNTY AIRPORT FUND
I .ll hr..... to Mnatelpalltle* 11,15115 POI Tltll FIM'AL TEAS. INOIIIQ IIPTI.II..a: Is. 1041
411 Praeurmt: of )*.....,-*ay a..... t ZITlIIA or RECEIPTS
41* Off tee Eaton*** .-* *> 1.15.1. IN "",..,.. C.p Pb.4. 140,111
I" P04... Gist .........
'I'OTAI APPROPRIATIONS O40wIN: .. -
RESERVE: rOil CONTINGENCIES 5.04/.N TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 515.55151I
LaU *'% ..... II
,a,,. <,. w 1 1k TOTAL BUDGET: .1..14 E.,..' Aw05IANIloEII. 1'L.-r:; :ATFD RfffTIPTS 71.044.1
1f1K r.. B.d....... For.IS) ........... BB BROUGHT FORWARD CASH 14.111.11

ESTIMATE: OP REVENUES: AND RECEIPTS TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES i' I1NLT1ESTIMATY -
BUWANNEK COUNTY
GENERAL FUND OF .nJaurt AND aU11PTS
FOR THE FIIHAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: I*. 5114 IUWANNER COUNTY
FBTIMATK: OF RKCRIPTSi om.. mtTJITWOtIJlII] FUND
II. TAXES bill' en aMeued .....,... of II*. .*.11 MII 6511111.1// FOR TIll nlW'''.. NAENDING5aEmw: 00, '"'
Podoral Fund (fill 0.,.... L71101 ESTINATR 0. RECEIPTS I
'114 Railroad and ,...,......, L_.. ..... .M TroMfor frooi CoaoraLOaltovMi ...... FId 1 11,1.0 N
III I......... A.... C.t,. Lie_ Tat 10114 IN 1Io..s SMtklo. .... tnafr| ISIS II
III Moaeulto Control It.,. I I/NsW
Itt Mooqulto Control ..... 1 ........ TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS / ILINN
Itl Oranta ... 0...,.... Meomlto Control
Branfard tl'.M| S.W.R. DOT*, 1.**. .*) 1,15114 TOTAL CSTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES i'Tu7 i ...
lit 0....*.... .....*.. I...115
III Beveraco ........ 111 N ESTIMATED EXPENSES
III Tu A._ CifOM P.... 111 N f1fT1Ian" AND HIKIUH oocitTsmusB FUND
III Tu Collortor' Baroat Poo 5&Jf :.::: OWANNFR dM'NTY
... 10 Clerk of ClrtuH Viol Baooo F*.* M.PUSTP L TEAS BNDINd StrTTMBE Mtk, l'44 .
It4 Ctt> .f LlM Oak Moooorto Control .. P'llaN 111 | ||..
III T.. Redemption 111 btona* *. m..t. LtMtTOTAI.
... III ...... Track Fund ....-... .. .. -
APPRAPtUATIOirSEJJUYR .....
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS iii'ii'iW: FOR CAIN BALANCE TO BB CARRIED FORWARD $11151

It'. also the only 4 wheel drive vehicle to give you 8 forward speeds ffiVrNsTIMATED' RECEIPTS 14..4 11.1..4 N TOTAL FUDGE I....... ..... Ant 50M. -
BALANCES TO BB BROUGHT FORWARDCGBH 76/1110 S5 05t$15. ... 0.111) 1 ...... ..
kinds
a choice of gat or diesel engines, and 10 many optional firm

1 .P, Ing, ranching, and construction equipment that you can specify a rig TOTAL ESTIMATED: RECEIPTS AND BALANCESESTIMATED : 0111.151.11 ROTS ItTW4HN'hI 105. b 1..1"04.0_b 0l.. tern.0tr.r.f.r. .4J.S 0.411 ::1= sM s.11bb11 0.1.1 fw bsdlw 1.M l.bw+3111(.

custom.bu lit to requirameets.Itgivesyouuptotwice the pylori EXPENSES COUNTY 1.1.1'1, l.0 d 1 ... M M W. 451.1 r ....
your C.ENKBAL FUNDRUWANNER ..... IMwa ..... M w T.. C.dlosr .. au- Cuss.. 0.1 ... 0MIS1 rr.
; (model for model) of other wheel drive vehicles s It gives you a wider (nlf1TYPOE 554111 Pr1I.._ 0. 'M.BUWAlUII. .
THE FISCAL! YEAR ENDING $EPTTMUR 1NS. 111. COUllIT.u.. roaPOfUTllWt ... ... .. w ....
choice of body styles than other ,wheel drive vehicles: open, closed 'U C_.t, <<'-..._ .._ 1 ?n:N Maw S. IM 0-.I ., $0. 50.s..., c--a. --..... Clo..oa..a h w ,..
Ill Cwrk Aodlt .. Board N C.IWI.r.0 50.10.. 11-e.1y I., it. fbw ,... //1 S., 11, 11.0.
.nd canvas topped models; 7 and 10 passenger station wagons; pickup Ill S.p nba of Rvclatrottr. ..*..N SUWANNRS (OQI-rY RIALTS UNIT. rz 0. M ..M 1I ./ .. ...
trucks; even a live.In Land.Rover Dormobile alt gives 3 power take- IN Count Attome 511 N "- or .. IM .1101 M .... Tu c.b.dw at S.o..5 c-. M tile .......
you Ill F- .0 dork of CtreuM Co.r* I.... N ... w4S5 Iq..Sr ... ISIS.N .
off points, a choice of two chassis lengths, and performance so dependable .It ('_........ to Taa A. 11..01 HOSPITAL urw-K piBMtmr rtrwvi, .( .. Iua to w .M4 A.1 ..
Its 0........* to Tu OaUootor n...... ... T1os I .. *... St.*. o* tile TM C.lantoi of Ban.in fianj. for fainJ.
It's made Land.Rovers standard 14' ('_.._.. Oiaoral OnoratOMMMamtonano ,. ...***N y.p esdml 1... .4.1 I4. INI..
140 .. otber *...*___ h.IMa.. IIM* N 'TW ...... L.i I.w.wd 111s4 -a w ..... ... It M a..w 11.
equipment for the armies of 26:ROVER 5e5 Ktoetwoa and ....._t... Foot ..-N R4. .. C..Is c-......_ ___ o..y, FSY."' reo ... Col ..I1
countries and the police forces of 37. I.p.l AoVerttomt) BipenooAd.ertt.ta S.M4X:: -C-:M.b/A4LN4A:
m *; DolMooont TaioaAdmhtlatrairro NO ;. ... _Y .. 0. 11554 ..4 ....... M 1
0I ........ ...._ ... OLIN N -.0. a..wm1 at w 5..1 M c-, G..drr.w. w A 55.11 L
/1..S A..... D.-, OM.oatk.o. Trani.> otolaaaaM ......N 1115. M N N .. M. A./w. 4LbIy It .N.r ....00I ..... .. 104 ....
n. Roro0 .. ....., 3111. C..o4 0ftIett **.... as_ ....w w N w ... ..... a..
0.15.4 .Ihr.=:: '." C..S. 1 1.111:: nrnts 4 lI5511BaIq n.OIl ..-..
Suwannee Valley Tractor Co. m TLba..l..lo. I.Pa.l :r (f...,. *.111 ...... c.-." rr

55$ **. la l:oto*btoWoar *,..** ,B? ...f +d 104 I 11:: a TTWIT, -- c-.,. r--.

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