Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00295
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00295
 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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i o tLOUD.( Live Oak Leads Tobacco Belt In Pounds SoldTobacco I

With ....Ie C. Widiwertli
Local Market Sells More Pounds
I. Selling Cowl On The Lire Oak MarketDeito ;

i Many Not forgotten.realdent of this county Near Top In Season Price Average

,. have expreeaed concern to the
school board member ofhe Live Oak topped the Florida-Georgia tobacco belt in

school advisory committee and tome pound old for the tint four day of the current season,

I pertonally at to what to being was first in sales and average in Florida and only the

done about Implementing thata thecommittee's F .u Nashville market in Georgia, had a better price average

recommendation j thru the tint four day of sales.
be held to give
bond election The average for the better thin 1 for five selling days to K760, anew
the people of the county an op I two million pound old here the' high for the local market

portunity to vote on adequate flnt four days wa In." per Total tale for the five days were
chool facilities here. hundred pound This waa llght I 3,018.871 pound mMch brou-ht
well placed and '
The concern U I ly below the 14771 average reported grower S2043.S4343 for the
for the more concerned tI
encouraging for Nashville for ulee fret average of leUI
I. we become the .&SIf'f'he \ over the million mark Sale started slow on the local
task of convincing tome of our I Tuecday'a ale at the local market lat week a* grower tp-
citizens on the need for bond ; market rained the market a"raa'Cmlllr."IJUIII paired to be testing the market.
will become. Concern over
When tobacco told strong on the
the follow thru on the commit. 1 1w first three. day of sale. long line
tee' work U proper and under- Fuqua To of truck developed u grower

tandtble. I'ltit Market HereCengreMatn fished'to get their leaf on the
number of meeting were Dan Fa.n* will
A Sale by day tt the local merebet
1 the latter part of the vIllA tebaeee" market In Lake
I held during tn far this season by pound-
('It". Uve Oak. Jasper, and
school In May and tome ate
year age money paid out. and dallyaverage
tempt way made to aecure the Madison today (Th.ndr). lieU anWednesday*
In the district for metes ..
to Call an election.
name needed July 21 690. "
Frankly dose Interested were meeting and speaking. enggemen
pounds; $40837111, average
buts with other matter and the !*, "7.48.
fenireMiMn Fu.n. plans tertlern
drive for name Just ran down Thursday July J> 473.230
le Wanhlnglen Hun4r I III.
and finally came to a halt. pouts, 1)1114303; average
who felt the eitreeaed Pleasure the '
There were many "7.31.
tabaeee" U telling this *...
should way
revaluation property
rtlday July 30 403104pound
MM and said be keenly Intere
proceed any vote. *o property .ate *; |]703S3 10; average
owner*' could at lead have tome .ted In teeing how tb* sere 147 07. .

idea of what the bands would (..-,. rUrteVt ....- ., Agvk'.It..... la the** ale .......". sad Artbar Bekerl. right W.nbera fu_,. ...- teals placed .n marketing were Monday Auguat 3:I 7MJ3
wteklng eel.
mean to them. ID the, ,.....,. M .... left wafciag tbeed ef barer ew a Uve Oak reM their sales at Uve Oak Rich,. Kvltt grewe 1.11 a.ree andBeberte Herb W4iwertb. assistant le pound; l3t.7iS(3; average

Then a group feeling the time ftow en evening ..,. Center slid. an abuse market lartorld bM Ml ...... .... were well pleased with their sales and the Cengrewnun. teeeatfanledrajea 141 SI.TueMlay.

for action was this now.done this brought a .. July XI*|be eeealng dale be *et tee the Market U UUtale. agree Mat tbe market. to the. best ever. ,iDeraeerat aloft rhete) en hi. vials In the .!.. August S 713.173
uit to have year
Jeha I. Ml. ., the rrtrae. ,..... pound; $UOUII.I1; average
A every one of theee people art I. the t-clare te the rlgM. Ivltt. I 14771.

f dedicated to, better tchooU for' Se Mayor J. Marvin Phunpa. who

the. county theme who took ltA'pI' serves a* tale Mipervltar for the
if I to get the task done now and i To Inspect Vocational Facility Here illlcrry To Uve Oak market laid here Wednesday .
thou who tlnotrely feel tt U beat morning that fun tale

to knew what tt win mean Intaiea Be Ordained had been held this week and that' ..
to each Individual.Thut tit eipected full pales the remtlnder -
those who were working Weaver Named Chairman Vocational of this week and. par

to bring' about the veto felt It At ttrmfanl Monday Ntjtht Here SundayHarvey hP all of nut ****..
would be more prudent to tot the PhUUpt also elated thtt eeneralttUaftetloO

matter net during the ammer School Committee; Plan Campaign Development Sinvanncc !River j Subjecl Wuuam Perry Jr.. ton with the market way
and altar people In all part of of City Clerk and Mr. Harvey w. being Mprtated by all parties and
the eounty an opportune- *.leakever : 'l14fr7"'Want "waa elected chairman of the committee PS.?,, will ba ordained to the full that trpwert generally were
what the. committee recommended named by the school board to coordinate effort For Discussion At Clint Meeting gospel ministry Bunday aftemowi pleated al' the price ftel, ri.M

m the way ef tcboola.Tbot to locale a Ute vocational-Industrial school In Live Oak. at I:CO pm. In the sanctuary *f for their erep
the matter wa permitted Francis Ward of Branford I* the vice chairman and B. Member of the Branford Area fen''a Club heard two the Fast RapUMchurch Of this I o .

to take a summer vacation. tv.. .it.I.n.tnn.... III wag named secretary of the croup.Weaver vlewpoinU a* to Inclusion of the Sowannee River Into the city, The church baa ailed the '
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aM schools with the _oIIunll,&.. Wild hirers lUll now before Congress at their teuton tcamlnlng council Into salon Hearing
But the matter bat by bo "'" dromWttea'. Lamar Hancock U brig scud I Monday nifhU Otto WetUteln, III. member of the Florida $aturdty afternoon at 4:00 pm, '"

mean been orgotiM nor ha .Batton" at Tana..IMII.IM br the _u.. to Serve with It D..loDm.nt- Commission. presented reaaons w>.k... the .1..... at which time the ministry tndldate For
r the wiener for good tchool be" tod&I .. a* a rrplaeejnent for ...,. heuld be 1ndUd.dand Mi* 1 of Uw atr..m by Preddenl II.Lrn-' will be examined.

aUekcned. took and dueu- rats of Branford whe declined Cart X. BhlfMte. ecretary of the don .Joluuon In the Wad Mm Perry graduated from "' ......
To Ht tdly by M the hopee of a i.eMf'eateMlahment o( MCA the tavttaUon to aerre en U* Buwannee Ktver Alone AeMdauon. Blfl. Thirteen recreation project nee High School In nil and from School
miracle. wit happen and seer.bight 1 esmamU5. made a plea that th river 'INe,. I CettthMMd e* rage s> ashen University. al Deland In
we tvHl have adequate factiruce 1 The eonuntttee. held an erganllatlon arts, at It la.WetUteln INS. The land m which the MeAlpin
to d-eattlng and almost JuJf; Role DUmhtet meetlnf AogtMt I and outlined steps and He to married to the former School to tocaled and the buildIng -

my. Tbe only war the problem TAX payr"doll heard a report. on a survey conducted plan taken thru th* year to develop Ff'ftPI, Stilt Will Margaret Anderson Huyck.daughter en the plot will be. nammedM
win be solved to right her ta Buwannee here lad year a* U the the Buwannee. saying II aQ litre August 13 of Or and Mr*. Warren to mMabtnty for school pur-
counts, by Buwannee Jadge L H. bee prated poeatbUSty enrollment' In mash a began when Stephen FcwUr wrote Hurt*. Dr. Fluyck U pastor of theMt poses al a public hewing called
County people. for Buwannee tfte mutes ., O -ty *'..'.'' faculty. Thai turvey report way the immortal song that made thertver Asaaoweet wabere .... Baptlct Church al Lumber by the Board ef Pubis Intros.lain
County peopto and wtth Buwannee. Alfred. T. Alrtb that Ueeelt Mead, that a graded ton N. O.
ptt nud by Supervuer of one of the world' meet reknewed for IU neat regular meeting
County ...". There Mat tono ..,..." agataet Tay ArssM ; IdwoII LeRoy Bewdoln.Bniee ...... feeder pig sale wilt be bold et The young Uv* Oak nallv was Saturday, Augvet II
other war for m to hue proper H...... Gn,. ... SeeC.St ... aewMt.VaOey UveOeek" called of
Wat. I ...-. pereonnel man* H* traced recent action to de- recently a* pastor the The hearing wut be held alII
and adequate. Ktwol facOlUea wae.ee Beard ., Cet: seer of OMldentU of J'IarIda"pIaft& vela*) the river from S recreation Market.,. to Uve Oak evil frt4 Cngltoh Beptbt Church at Kng .oe ..... In the board room In
for our fine ctOdrea.Jt I, CCameosia.t..er. Iai1 c-- Aegeel IS. llh. 21.bill the Agrtevttura Building. AI that
tn namiltan County to Wi turvey made In INI by the Dor-
IreBeff Bay L Dan W a free* i Ke... I Ceeatoeed e e Pain1) Ida Development until Inflation ..Thaw. .. pUealag to .eeMlg Perry, M he way bed time the publie win be given an
bee boos _....... and fill Mva-tawe Ceetf Mapar.nbe U Ibe tale aN eked known here acted thai his home opportunity to etpr*** their ....
meet with the approval of both eliimeii-t at a heart** bell I to .....$ ... .,,.,. ef ,".., church be. lilt trene cf hi* ordination. attN ag to further ..*. of the
........ llmlth Form NeeuirrlAnnounce A*eat red Crew Uler ....
the eotnmmee and the eebool n bit ebat ben) *t M The rvke Sully retailed property for publie school purMcAlpin -
board that a otnetetrated drive .......... Me.d.,. Astral '. .. Ibal tbe pIMI.II .
be made ta lab B-ptomber en one The MVa rattM to dkealeIke Plans For pits .sa te field bweeeled' "w torto The ..... C. A. Webb pasta the hearing retult In a M.
night and that Mfflcten aomnltteee Mtt M legal ........* ass Registering the tale.fig ef the local church, said her this el-Ion the property to not needed
be formed to sea on every ....... Ii did sot elate a tea* wffl .. reeetved al tbeMUkel week that th pubis wa* toed!.lry or eultable for school purpotM. IsIs
bar..hoId ta the county to te* .4 arm ameritat te Alrtb. First Grades At Nettie Baisden tUrtlag .. 'IM; sm.M tnvtud to be pawn. lor .".* to be told at pwbtte tale thai
cure *tgnturea. ,.... laws lea tbe ... tbe day ., Ibe sale lflipr.alve tervlce. 1.C.. ..*..... M Page II
Coupled wtt-i this to a reejuett sow wee tbe pUtetirre U fir RecUtrition and tenting date and time for children _.-

that parent. with ehUdren ta a* tmtmt.. iiaielihit wWkta :entering the flnt trade at the Nettle Baladen School look ()rer New l.lrr Oak
School make at lend tn* vUit to a M day parted er Mar to AeTrry I were announced here thl week by 31. A O'llara principal Telfithitn Directory II
_MMM____, ,
the acttttiee bring wed by their -IL I I of the Hh Ol.
children. I feel eon If W to done 11th.... Lake CUratlMnaey
Children not yet registered should do 10 on August ,
led f.eIbe ,
tame ef the parent ta Live Oak baadltag seer
win Join with Urn at Branford. $... greet eald ....*ftbal i U and IT between the hour ef
1 Ssoh. and I M
who are to perturbed about the at* ears bad tbe 4..Mmdr - poiniMl out that poise
condition! of the tchool there rtedr sad bad sot ae t4 Telephone
.. ....It. to rrfiauting their chlldrva.) par /
Tbe Brtaford School to ta a eeMd a Mvid. to
deplorable condBttn' and mutt er to eeeeal led Mce* r-Ji.g I I ants should mew. a health form and Directory) Here ,
from the Health D-parbnent
INe. I Ceetbatad eat Page II er to smell Ibe eelt I #
ef ,
bare a ehntcal etamlnatkM
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the chad by a doctor. Its Distributed) ( _
I Discuss fills In Congress p Tbto health record: ttgned bv a -,
doctor, and the child,, Mrth Sere Telephone Mbarrtber In the
lin ale mot be brought to U. I u,. Oak tree arrved by the
school when reg-tterlng North Plortda Telephone !
far chlldreo regMertng mi I Ipany' are sisal a new C'ont'j r
June the health record with a I I OUt eeek DUUibution to the
doctor* algnatore and the child eight eichange to the three1 -
both certificate tnwrt be tamed ,1 I county area wa effected over
M to the fetus Betaden School I th* week end.

on er before Aagurt MAfl '| This ,tare directory II\a new
fired grade children win be I',Ue and tarter than thaw farmjerty -

I I green a retdtnee* loot before IMJI I provided far the Uve Oak 1 1f A _
tr* iMtgned or ......cw ta any arre. The IMS ...... has three
Ont grade ear CMldrea thmldb f column* and each solemn tofcchtly hl ,
brourht to tr* ecrxnl for ttk wider than previous r A' av t.
g according to the trhedale ... boot*, Tbe new book to g II,

lewAMW4 Undard *a. for mod directorteeMd M1 ry.
SS. I ee s m. end by' tetephene eompente In
dren etme but, name begin etUI this tewntry l II

A Uft Eo There are more naew. ta the
A.1'.00 .... tbd I. p.v'* directory tau every bef eeta
drew wheel bad mar beglo wttJlAagw the ...,.,.,'. history, evtdenctng -
P thaw J. a auedy growth dartne
M. I M sea ehdgren the II year Knee the ..,./., *kay Taarrlt.. left --.W mossier fee Xi fUeUt T.le.*- Ceaie-Mtr, said OU. reUtMe. .
'.. ... whoe last name begiae trwh I wa fevtdMl ta INS ilL ,..... ...*<.4... Mhe l.lntme fine, are select Cell the INS dleeetery dMrtaeled tbto
fiiin imi DM r.en to twt> etetetatac Ibe war ( JthnB.Aanet. I Wet ...... Th...... w" to e.. weak to .... eM ....,....ee fa Ibe Uee 01.1I..... Listed b ... tflr..tr are B-4J-W let Live oak

overatea to .. niyme ..i>W< ad ftMTBelyaeAe ta M* .11 .1 I M. 1* M ..... chft I tentoae ef tttwtortMt Jet Ui.MAlow.om.Ya1. Brae/eed. Ne4Jbem mad Leeavtae b .......* (....,. J..tM r. /ea-Ong sad WaNe Bteteg. la ..... ,
...... .... ........ Cee-Mf-W dab Iteden ...
at Tbe tw drew .
whore lad with
name bftae .. ,
laM Btoa ( t4 blare b ... .
tne wa Uft/ette ( ". Tbe ....... to win Ible lei sad laeledee tbe meet
ta tbe kaUeai eag M to .,.... a ..*.> liaHrttta ebeH .... S tmr "..... I Cae.tte.aid '
e* Page II maw to ... ,.,. .....,. lPee.e4.ra4 iU/f .......)

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OtftenAbout 11 FLORIDA'S I
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/ - It Happened In

That And Farm Suwannee County, Florida

4w FrontBy .

One Restroom For All? Automobile Safety

Implementation of the Civil Rights Act has It has become clear that the motor Industry
Doyle E,
involved some changes In the American scene, must place greater emphasl on safety ConnerWhen
among the most obvious the removal throughout With highway casualties soaring, automobile Taken From The Filet Of

the south of the traditional four-restrooms system makers have begun to take steps in that direction, he was in Tallahasseethis THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT _

Under this system separate public restrooms under mounting political and public pressure spring on legislative matters

were set aside for white men white women, colored In 1964, front seat belts were made.standard for the Florida Agricultural Coun '

men and colored women. But this arrangement Now three of four manufacturers are making rear ell, Jim Griffin of Florida Nur- 1915 Which boys and girls of the mended to the Trustees by O. H.Ruttede .

was strictly evil In the eyes of those who wrote the seat belts standard. The fourth Is expected to follow serymen & Growers Association ninth. tenth, eleventh, and supervising principal of
Civil Rights Act, and now most stores and ..er.ult.. presented me with a small, table The faculty of the Live Oak twelfth grades are required to the Live Oak schools and Henry

vice stations in the south have removed the dlsStudies show that front seat belts have reduced size pineapple plant. Schools for the T.ensuing R. Corr year prin will take during the coming school M. Folsom. county superintendent -
Prof. ,
On Its stem It bore a fruit consist year. ,
serious injury and deaths In tiny
criminatory signs. auto accidents by 35 to cipal. Teachers of the high
The labels have shrunk to two: "Men" and 40 per cent. Rear passengers are somewhat safer The children are watching school. Miss Edith MacMillen, i
carefully and hoping It will grow It was announced this week Vincent M. Jones, local voca-
"Women." and the reduction of Injuries through the use of Miss Bessie Golden, and Miss :
that tional agriculture
up so that some day they can eata the county's new hospital teacher, has
But on July I, another federal law takes efback: seat belts will be less dramatic. fresh, homegrown pineapple.By Anna Montgomery; and Mrs. H located at the Orantham been elected to serve as treasurer

feet which makes it Illegal to discriminate between The riding public should do its part by using coincidence I had noticed E. Carter, 8th grade; Miss KateEarly rolet Building would chev-I of the Florida Vocational Agriculture -

the sexes and brings us back to the restroom belts. Statistics indicate only 35 to SO per cent with during the week that Jim called, 7th; Anna Holbrook 0th: der the name of Medical Teacher's Association for
situation belts use them. a special multi-page section In Miss Willie Steel 5th; Miss Caro- Building. the coming year.

Under the new law, which will eliminate all The industry's slow pace In introducing safety The Dole people are out to push lyn Rhea 4th; Miss Arabelle

"discrimination by sex as well as by race," will it features was In part a complying with popular demand their fresh pineapples to the Hopkins 3rd; Mrs. Nettle Bals- W, Z. McLeod of Madison be- The Suwannee River Valley Tobacco
become illegal to divide restrooms? Won't men for flashy design and horsepower. limit with the object of making den. 2nd; and Miss Louise Wel- came manager of the local R & V Queen will be crowned here

and women of either race be allowed to use one Improvements are now needed In steering as- I them as familiar to shoppers as born 1st. The term will begin Furniture Store this week, taking Saturday night at the third program

restroom? Couldn't a woman demand her legal semblles. seating and dashboard design for greater I apples or tomatoes, and availableon September 27th. the place of Ben Gross, general of the Suwannee River Valley
retail produce counters the manager of the R & V stores, who Tobacco Festival. Eleven girls
right to use the men's room? And couldn't a man safety. When the public demands these improvements Miss Cora Beggs returned to
year 'round.Jim had acted in charge of the local have entered the combined beauty .
stand on the public accommodations section and they can .be expected to arrive quickly told me there was a time her home in Madison after a visit store for the past two months. knowledge of tobacco, and
the ladies' lounge? Lake Wales with friends in Live Oak She was
use News some decades ago when the pine personality contest which Is being
Something tells us that even the women who apple Industry was centered in delightfully entertained by several Cossle Bailey, deputy who has sponsored by the Live Oak

are BO anxious to beat down the barriers betweenthe Florida. Later it shifted to the members of the younger set. been on guard at the old county Junior Chamber of Commerce.
sexes, will insist upon hanging onto their Those Aching Bones Caribbean and out In the Pacificat Miss Grace Earle Hlldreth gave jail since early May becamedeputy Entered In the contest are

"separate but equal" powderroom facilities When grandpa used to forecast, rain by the aching Hawaii Today that state and a rook party in her Rachel honor Thursday Hinely- sheriff at Branford Mon- Misses Harriett Thompson. Live

Beginning next Thursday It will be Illegal of his! bonea he may have been more scientific pineapples are synonymous In the morning Miss Mon day of this week, it was announced Oak: Betty Lou Carroll. Live Oak;
minds of the U. S. public. gave a spend the day party by Sheriff Perry B. Cannon. Shirley Bailey Lake City Kay
to state in a "help wanted" ad whether you seek: than his scoffing offspring realized. day taking her guests to the ball ;
Frances Hogan Chlefland
a man or woman worker; age qualification already At least, 18 experts have reported to the World game In the afternoon. Miss Gene : Kay
Unlike most fruits, the pine- Live Oak took second place in Nlelson. Wellborn; Annette Tay
is barred, as la race. A drive-in for example, Meteorological Organization that all party Tuesday -
weather and barometric Rule_gave an day : I
apple grows neither on tree, the Suwannee River League Baseball lor, Live Oak: Marcelene Prevatt
will be able to advertise In the News for and Miss Louise Lyle a '
longer gave
no pressure changes have a tremendous effect
bush or vine. It's a plant unto standings by virtue of Jen McAlpin; Evelyn Lillian Palmer,
"curb girls." The government might get unhappy. on the health and the emotional well-being of hum It"",,-".. Different from anY other dinner party Tuesday night. nings' double-barreled loss at the Live Oak; Barbara Hurst. Live

The text step, it seems, will be to outlaw an an beings row p--p;' cim: ;t grow hands of Lake City last Sunday. Oak; Flowie Slngletary. Live Oak:

employer's' discriminating against Ignorance or During a common thunderstorm, for instance, for 10 to 24 months to produceIts The county commissioners met Live Oak now has won 14 and and Mrs. Sarah Burkett Live

Inability more people are born, die, have accidents and come first crop In single fruit Monday to hear complaints from lost 12 games and Jennings won Oak.
Whether the new "emancipation! proclama down with maladies than In fine weather. Sudden A year or so later the plant those who considered the excessive.assess 13 and lost 14 and the local havea .

tion"! will overdo the "togetherness concept" may weather changes aggravate chronic ailments, and produces second fruit or, as it ment on their property few complaints chance to whittle away atMao'l
There were very Card Of ThanksTo
well, in the end, be decided by the omniscient Suheat and cold may even have something to do with Is called In HawaII Its first "ra- which Is evidence that the commissioners commanding lead In Sunday's -
toon" crop, usually one or two contest here against the my many friends I offer my
preme Court. the sex of babies, the researchers say.Since were very careful In
pineapples. Sometimes a second"ratoon" crack Lafayette County nine. sincere thanks and appreciation
Herald Advocate Wauchula there still Isn't much anyone can do making the assessment and that .
crop Is produced In the for the prayers, cards flowers,
U about the'weather, the information is more Inter- fourth year an effort was made to treat every visits and other expressions of

eating than Important. But It at least gives man After the first or second "ra person fairly. 1955 love shown my husband and my

Everybodyhas A Stake something more substantial than a simple primal toon" crop the plants are knocked self while I was a patient In LakeShore
The man who pays some share of the tax loa.durie to keep an eye cocked at the sky down by special machines The city has purchased a two Buren L. Dunavant was hired Hospital. Lake City, and

no matter how small-is apt to be much more inExperience may be all right as a teacher, but it which cut them up and plow horse mower from the Weeks as principal of the Live Oak St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville -

terested in how the tax dollar Is spent than the one isn't too effective in driving the towns: home. them Into the ground for decom- Lumber Company and It may be elementary. school at the meeting and during my recovery at

who is totally exempt. Watermelons come through in the familiar position. Then the plantation Is expected weed that patches many of along the numerous the- of Board the Suwannee County School home. May God blew each of you >

This new tax consciousness may be one of the light and dark greens, but the red Interior must be ready for another three-year or streets will disappear soon. of Public .Instruction Tues Is my prayer
Mrs Laveme Porter ',
four-year cycle
greatest benefits to come out of the controversial taken on faith. day.The
From knock down to replanting new principal was recom- Paid Notice) I
"full value assessments" that have shaken some -Jackson County Floridan Marianna Uve Oak broke even with the
requires a period anywhere from
taxpayers to their very foundations. No longer Swill three months to a year Palatka club In the three games
these new-found taxpayers be content to sit played here last week. Wednes-

on the sidelines while their governing boards continue Auto Exhaust It was in 1801 that Jim Dole dsy'a game which resulted in a
1 to 1 ls said to be the best
to "tax and tax and spend and spend" as if The Los Angeles smog has provided materialthe made his first planting of 75.000\ score J
played here. Palatkagot James
ever B.
game Daniels
sky were the limit. Taxing and spending is for many a weary television joke-writer, hard put to pineapples on 12 acres In the away with Thunda,', game,

now everybody'! business at least, it is much come up with a knee-slapper, Wahlawa district Oahu. Today core 4 to 2. but the local club
..more so than It was Just a year ago. But the subject is funny only to those who the Dole Interest have 73.000 got revenge Friday when they '

Tax equalization hearing are now in progress, havent' been exposed to the cause and effect of It. acres under regular cultivation, abut the visitors out S to 0. Cake Funeral Homes
producing well over one billion
and-as might be expected-some taxpayers let The man-made haze U deadly serious, the termIt plants. was in the box Thursday and

be known that they were unhappy with the new "deadly" being used In a very literal sense For air Dole, a native of Boston set Whitey Waldron. Friday.
' full-value assessments Most, however, will not be pollution Is much more than a mere nuisance and sail for Hawaii after graduatingfrom UVE OAK and BRANFORD

hurt too badly even with the higher assessments minor Irritant. If one Is to credit the thinking of Harvard planning to be a

as long as the millage remains low in modern medicine. coffee planter Instead he planted 19/0 Now have two radio-dispatched oxygen-

proportion. Californian have become convinced exhaust near. Miss Helen Mlsell. daughter of equipped ambulances call
But "eternal l vigilance" will be necessary to from trucks and cars is a contributing culprit* A Mr and Mrs. L M. Misell. win on twenty-

keep the reduced millage at Its lowered figure law If needed to require fume-control<< devices as of lOOT He and seven other pack be married Saturday, August 31, four hours each day in both Lire Oak

After the Initial cut, the law gives our boards the standard equipment on new models, starting with ers had a pack prospect of 400,* to Mr. Robert Cannon of Savannah and Branford .

right to) start raising it again, upon holding a public those coming out this fall It I is said 000 cases when 1908 started, but Oa. son of Mr. and Mrs.
h arlnr. The temptation will be great for the A proposal I Is before Congress which would orders on hand amounted to only J. N. Cannon of Falmouth. at the
120000 cases. Methodist
boards under pressure to start raising the make this a requirement and cover all cars made In So they got together on an In* Church. -CALL DAY OR NIGHT_

millage,again to take care of ever increasing deor imported Into the country. tensive marketing and promotion Board of Public Instruction for

mends Admittedly the air pollution problem is largely campaign that was unique In the county approved at IU meeting UVE OAK BRANFORD

When such a hearing is called then Is the concentrated in big cities and Is worse In some sections American business history up to Monday morning of thia week

time that taxpayers, new and old, should let them than others. But as traffic volume increases that time Also they lowered the appointment of Walter Monroe 362-3333 935-4100

elves be heard. Almost every property owner In so will the problem prices as a final touch and put Newland to be assistant to

the county now has a personal stake in the way The time for preventive action would seem to pineapple products into every Coach Charles Duncan and In J. B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.

tax money Is spent, and if he thinks It Is being be before It becomes critical all over the land marketing area of the nation. charge of teaching the courses In
he should let Dole at the time explained he health and physical education.
spent extravagantly, or Improperly, -Cocoa Tribunethe I
Intended to make "Hawaiian-
fact be known In no uncertain terms That e
mean to pineapples what "Havane" *
will be the time to protest, rather than now. .
meant to cigars.If
I -Bradford. County Telegraph Starke Too Much Bussing?

Okaloosa County School Board has decided to you have been attemptingto

provide school bus transportation only to those follow the news developments

Help Where Needed who live two miles or further from the schools In the smoklng-snd-caneer: con- PftOMISES

At the risk of over-simplifying the Issues, it's they attend. This Is the distance at which state troversy you're probably as con ,

probably true enough to note that two underlying assistance In the school transportation finance be- fused u I am. .n' PROMISES
In this It looks like
,Ins. age any
political philosophies have carried through the
whole history of federal government In the United Santa Rosa County School Board haa moved hazard In smoking .Is a fairly ,ray ,
minor with
one compared some
States. the other way more and more In recent years.
of the others we humans face '
On the one hand Is the view generally With funds at the crisis point In the county One scientific authority has

thought to be "conservative" which sees the "least school program, perhaps some revision I la In order pooh-poohed the statistical bask

government as the best government The eonhere.. of the Surgeon General's warn

trary or "liberal" view, favors a more vigorous Why spend more than necessary to take the tog on hazards of smoking, claiming
prosecution of the federal authority children to school when the money U so badly there's been no clinical research

The nomenclature Is not a little confusing and needed to improve education by hiring more tea to support the findings

#, the whole business is doubly confused by the chers with better training and providing them with In his opinion just breathingthe
better instructional facilities? air in a big city like New York
"Hiiro- groups which spring up from time to time .A
ls as poisonous to a persona system
at the fringes of liberal and conservative thinking. Preiss-Oasette MUton
as smoking two packs of
Typical perhaps of the confusion which can result
cigarettes a day.
Is the rising popularity of the liberal Republican In the meantime, etgaret consumption -
where "Republican" has always been understood The Suwannce Democrat bas recovered from Its

,. as meaning conservative. slump when the Surgeon Gener
President Johnson's war on poverty has drawn OF LIVE OAK. FLORIDA al's report was first Issued and .

widespread support from conservatives who acknowledge ."/,, /ho Heart of ito SNINHMMW. Riper Valley' Is on Its way to new highs. Any That home of your own you've been wanting for years .
new Federal law to require a
its urgency and Importance to the vital.
Ity of the nation. It has also drawn a lot of criUBANNm Consolidated LEADER: health warning on ctgaret labt'lsIan" it can be had for rent-size monthly payments. Visit us at
expected to have much ef-
clam because It appears to add a new layer to the Established 1M4 August 2, 1W Established 18Ur
MUI" '4 Every TatOTday at fine A COMMT street feet the Commercial Bank we'll
federal and the
cake expands bureaucracy, Is "waste Tobacco supplies have been explain small down-

ftc!." Louie C. Wadsworth.... Editor &; Publisher climbing. Stocks: of leaf tobacco

However, the resounding success of the Mary Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor held by dealers and manufacturers payment and low-cost Mortgage Loan that can bring the

mount College Self Help program for migrant lab Walter Lee Olivr...... Advertising Manager In the U. 8. and Puerto
men a small part of the poverty war under. George T. (Pete) Wright ...Shop Foreman Rico on April 1 this year totaled pride and joy of home ownership to you.COMMERCIAL.

scores the need for such program. It >Is entirely SIS blUlonpounds a new high
too easy' to say that the federal government Second! Class Postage Paid At Uve Oak: Florida and 237 million pounds above a

should not enter such programs: that It should be SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $400 year ago.
left to the state and private agencies. RATES Outside Buwannee County $>00 It looks bite the Industry bnt
much worried that smoking U
But in the face of the continued inability of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance
going to take a nosedive. Not any I
state, local and private groups to meet a problem time soon that Is.

of significant proportions and national Importance MEMBER) OP BANK
where else can we turn for help We're .

glad to see the Mars-mount program: mom of Florid Press Association e Many Fish Processed OF LIVE OAK
this caliber,. obviously needed. We're happy et.1WAJiIJ'fD. COtnn"f Some 190 million pounds o4 LjL

. the local college received the federal .funds to op. Chamber of Gsanswree fish annually are processed or sentnorth LIVE OAK FLORIDA

crate It;' iron I"I" I1 a.. after being
'. -,Boca Raton News obtained in waters of the stato. '

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Mrs. Donald Warner I II I Here and There ,1/fo Martha Helen Ihfit i
(9-fg t&-1 ________

Mr. and Mrs. Newt Ward and
i!i daughter Patty Ann, of Jackson t
-WOMCN vtlle, spent the week end herewith ..ryai .
Mrs Ward's brother and
f + sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank a
Futch Sr.. en route to the mountains
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor of North Carollnta. I
Mr and Mrs. Alex McKetthen
attended the 1IIU"Pfr-McKdt.hr.n:
Church Of Christ Setting For :MarriageOf wadding in Jacksonville Saturday

hiss Roberta And :Mr. Warner night
Mrs. J D Martin and ion.
Miss Blenda Roberts of Jacksonville daughter of Mr Gary left last week to visit 1 rei.!.*. t
and Mrs. Lex Roberts of this city and Donald Warner tires in Connecticut and the
NAS Jacksonville son of Mr. and Mrs. John( Warner of Worlds Fair In New York Wash
ington. D C Canada, and other
Hanover Pa., were united in marriage Sunday, July F points of Interest
twenty-fifth at three-thirty in the Live Oak Church of Mrs John Hampton Jr and

Christ Bro William Pierce and both of Jacksonville They daughter, Miss Sue Hampton, returned ,
Bro. Everett Williamson oW lat-
Sunday after spending a
i wore floor length dresses of ice L kI
mint lace and georgette over taffeta trt week camping on Mt. Mitchell,
Large baskets of mums fall The fitted bodices were n I II N.CMr
mums gladioli and baby's-oreatti I made of lace and had a gentle and Mrs. Louie C. Wads I
formed a lovely backgorund for worth. Mr. and Mrs D.I I I i.
I, scoop neckline and cap ,sleeves'. .i ) ym Danny I
the nuptial row*. Large brass The graceful skirts of georgette i McCrlmon and sons Burt and
candelabras were used to performan were A line with Hat tailored Mike left today for Hendersonvllle. I Ij
Impressive candlelight cere- bows at the front waistline and j N. C to visit Miss Charlotte I
mony. Marking the family pews featured deep inverted side pleats Wadsworth camp counselor at II
were white satin ribbons with with controlled fullness In the j1, Camp Ton-A'Wandah. and other
wedding bells. back. Their double illusion veils i e points of Interest In North Carolina -
Miss Karen Perry played the were attached to rose topped organza w
traditional wedding music and bows matching their dresses I Mr, and Mrs O B Taylor and
accompanied Mrs. Dallas Bland They carried a cascade of yellow daughter Martha and MM TI,. I v1ntF +
mho sang "More", "Because". roses. pro tor's sister! Mrs J, K Thompson
"IT Walk With Ood", and "The Dressed In green overlaid with Y +I of Titusvllle. have returned froma i
Lord's Prayer". white eyelet In an Empire style : l three weeks tour of the Western
The bride given in marriage was Wenda Ann Lewis, who ,, part of the United States. I
by her father wore a floor length served as flower girt t : I Mattox Hair of Tallahassee
protrait gown of Imported lace Scotty DU of Branford served i t I rrvr 1'' 3. spent Wednesday' here with Ma
4' y y
and organza. The fitted lace as ring bearer grandmother Mrs H It, Hair Br
bodice had a scalloped scooped Robert Vaughn of Kansas City Terry Clayton son of Mr and
neckline accented with pearls Mo. served the groom u best : Mrs. Joe Clayton of Falmouth returned I
and iridescent, with calla Illy man. Jim McCormick: of Houston home Friday after attending
Jeeves. The bouffant skirt of Tex. and John T. Karpus of San North Florida Christian\
lace featured a redingote of organza I Francisco Calif. were ushers. I i Youth Camp on Lake Johnson'I :Mr, and Mr. MltlUm Itrrll of ta.l Orange, N. J. announeethe
edged with scalloped lace Vern Roberts, brother of the near Keystone Heights ngatrmrut .f their 4*'ihUr. Martha Helen, to Albert front
opening down the front andwef'Pin. bride, and tendon Suggs cousin Chip Noble, son of Mr and Durrrll of IsraMnvlll. son .f Colonel and :\fn. Albert Durrvll.
to the back in deep of the bride, lighted the candles '' Mrs, Walter A. Noble I of Fal-
Centered on the bride's table was .Mr and Mrs. John Warner. Mr. I i I'mouth, la attending the JuniorSewlon former rmldrnts .f lire Oak.
form wide
folds to the chapel The mother of the bride wore I I
a three-tiered cake decorated 1 and Mra Earl Teal, Mr and Mrs. I at the North Florida Mlw Seth was grsdualrd from fad Orange High Nrhool and
of lace and
train. A dainty rose a lovely pink dress trimmed I
organza was placed at the back with lace and crepe tiny pearls. She with\ white rosebuds. Two silver Donald Hartlaub, and Mr and I I Christian Youth Camp this week Newark' State (..U.... she I I. a leather In the rail Ifaiwer Sho l
candelabras completed the decor Mrs Donald lwo. all of Hanover Mr and Mrs. John Prtngle of Njrttrm.Mr..
waistline to highlight the train. wore pink accessories and an orchid I
Her tiered veil of sheerest Illusion corsage. A crystal punch bowl was I Fa. and Mr. and Mrs. Ilsrry Clrarwater left Thursday for Durrtll graduated from the I'nlvmlly of Florida receivinghis ,
fell from a forward cap The bridegroom's mother worea placed on a separate table which Hahn of Littleton Pa. Jacksonville where they visited HH deiree In Electrical: niInrerlng.. Us Is a member .f beds
formed of delicate of wu decorated with a satin tablecloth After a two weeks honeymoonon his mother, Mrs. Mae PrtniU. Clvard.
sprays crjitals blue crepe dress with white acctuocte I'pullon fraternity and a Snd It. In the lUrlda
and pearls. The bride carrieda and overlaid with net the West Coast of Florida and returning' home Sunday
and an orchid corsage.Following Mr. Dumll will return I. the t'nlvenlly .( timid this fall
white Bible with a cascade of the wedding the Mrs. Wiley Bird greeted the points of Interest In the north. Mr, and Mrs Joe Ijmgtton and
white orchids roses, and lily of bride's parents entertained with a I guests and presented them to the Mr. and Mrs. Warner will reside children' Susie and Joey, of Birmingham. for poIII gradual Judy- --- -
the valley. reception! In their home on White receiving line. Mrs Hugh Lewis at 4711 Shelby Avenue, Jackson Ala. visited Mr Lang -
Lewis cut and ville..Mr. and Mrs J, IILangston ,
MM Gall Williamson was queen Avenue. The bride's table was and Mrs. Dean ton's parents Mr.
maid of honor and the bridesmaids covered with a satin table cloth served the cake. Mrs. Everett C. last week They all. Low Cost Loans Available
were Mrs. rranclrneBarm overlaid with white net trimmed Williamson\ audited by MlM Alice spent the week end at Silver
and Miss Ruby Richard.r ''with pearls and white rosebuds. Bird. Mrs. Wallace DU, and Miss *. Rumba <(ClrrNII < Springs and were Joined there by Foil FINANCING
r ", Jean Anders presided over the Mr. and Mrs LangiUm's son and IIOUSEIIOLD APPLIANCES
- punch bowl The bride book was ryi>r*. HUves IU.:
i kept by Mrs. Wendell Lewis. and Mrs. Junes Langston of Ft Check on our new tow Interact flats for I
) A. D. Rarnla was hostess
r MODERN Out of town guests were Mr Monday morning for Circle No Walton Beach. NEW CAR LOANS
'. AERIAL and Mrs Leonard Allen, and Mrs. One. of the W8C8 of the First Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Nerd
Janice C. Baxter of Lake City, Methodist Church with six members Kilgur: Murray Moon Jr. Monthly Payments To Fit Your Budget

APPLICATIONSpraying Landes Suggs Mr and Mrs Sport and two visitors present, Mr. and Mra. Ed Moore of Tallahatace. ALL FINANCING BA81DONOOOD: CREDIT RATINO
su.... Mn. Cecil Roberts, and Mrs. Perry Molmea was In announce the birth of a
_Seeding_ Dusting_Fertilizing Mr .snd Mrs. Norman Benches I chart of th program and wasaaUld son Tuesday July IT, In the Tal. Com In and talk over r your needs with
of Branford, Mrs. Eva Wlluams by her daughter Mpg" lahaawe Memorial Hospital "TUB: FHIKNDLY: ..,nST"
\ and son Ronnie of Madison\ : Mr Lots Jean Holme and Mrs. Roy The baby has been named Edgar
HOWARD MORGAN and Mrs Marcus Fletcher: of Bell: .
HunUr Murray Moore Jr. The maternal THE FIRST NATIONALBANK
p PHONE 362-2016 Mr, and Mrs., CedrU Fletcher and I. 'Mrs. Frank ''''tth Br cochairman grandparents are Mr. and I
U.S. 90 WEST
son. Mike of Gainesville; Don I' presided over the business Mrs. Harry Hair .1,.. ef Tallahassee OP LIVE OAK
i LIVE OAK FLORIDA Barnes of Jacksonville.: Mrs. John (
.-- -- Karpus of Ban Franeuro. Calf: I'1----mrvtlns formerly of this city __ t" ft


NORTH FLORIDA PRODUCTION Those devilish Dodge Boys

CREDIT ASSOCIATION break the price barrier!


the Close of Buaineaa June 30, 1965


and Interest Receivable (net) 14,188.93.'
Land and Buildings 32,007. J

Equipment 4.488,
Securities and Interest Receivable: on thoM Securities 224,070.

Investment. and Interest Receivable on ThoM Investment 77,692.
Cash 704.

Other Aasta 1.200.

745. .


LoaM Redlcounted Federal Intermediate Credit Bank $3,900,408. (t'.r

Dividends and Patronage Refund Payable 10,203.
ProvUion for Federal Income Tax 1.589.
Miscellaneous Accounts Payable 956.

Capital Stock 44 1.975. .
Surplus 165,920.



Counties SwrreJi CoIvmsMa, Hamilton, Lafayette A 5uwaiui


President Secretary-Treasurer
85 Dadga Custom B 70
T. J. UeKEITHCN R. O. HATCHER JR. a true luxury

Vice President AssistantSecretaryTreasurer. automobile DOW at a price to low it's amazing and only'

)out deriliih Dodge hoes have hi! See them today and

DIRECTORS learn how you un move up to clrpncaccooomicanytTOWN

If. C. Pope *. J. W. UiUhell

Edward Ilenderaon
N U. S. 12f Needs Ur. 0..k. FWU
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Funeral Services THE OLD HOME TOWN! -.n' By STANLEY


Sunday Coastal Plain Experiment Station -satrOmal CUT'BOUBBOAI* MEW!

M. Home ,
Season' play In the Little op. The Thirty Day Agricultural tures are expected to average ,
League is drawing to a close. All Tuesday Aug.; 10 7:00: Ford Funeral services for Accey Weather Outlook for the!' month from 67 to 74 degrees with no
lames scheduled now are of Tractor vs Western Auto; 8:30: I Monroe Home, retired carpenter of August for South Georgia temperatures below 60 degrees
games rained out. Play will continue NF Tele vs Ratllff. of this. city were held at Daniels Southeast Alabama, and Northwest RAINFALL during the month ATPrtoor ;
thru this week and Into Memorial Chapel here Sunday Florida Issued by the Is expected to vary widely from !

next week. A rope skipping contest was afternoon at 3:00: p.m. with the Weather Bureau Advisory Agricultural place to place but will average
Play In the Minor League Is won during the week by Sharon Rev. Clarence Parker, pastor of Meteorologist Georgia from 4.SO to 7.00 Inches in South-
over and games scheduled are Poole with Kathy Folsom second Beulah Baptist Church, officiating Coastal Plain Experiment east Alabama and from 5.00 to ,

make-up games. Dodge Darts appear and Debbie Touchton In third Interment was in the City Station, Tlfton, Ga.. July 31, 850 Inches over South Georgia I
the league winner with eight place. Cemetery with the James B. 1965. and Northwest Florida. Rain will

wins and no losses with four Not enough participants show- Daniels Funeral Home of Live TEMPERATURES during August occur mostly as afternoon or

games to play. Suwannee Valley ed for the planned horseshoe Oak in charge of arrangements are expected to average evening showers on 12 to 15 days
Coop Is. in second place with five tournament and it was cancelled. Mr. Home was born here Au- mostly above normal over all of during the month.SUNSHINE .

losses, a half game ahead of gust 15, 1894 and had resided at the Trl-State agricultural area. during: August is
Masonic Lodge. Attendance at the Friday night his home on Mussey Avenue here Dally mean temperatures will expected to average about 69 per

Dodge Darts and Suwannee dance at which the Lost Knights since 1934.Survivors. range between 79 and 83 degrees. cent of possible with one or two
Valley Coop won games by forfeit provided the music was 90. Sat Include the widow, Dally maximum temperatures will periods of extended cloudiness

July 26.Masonlc urday night, a group from Way- Mrs. Delia A. Home, Live Oak: average between 88 and 92 degrees SOIL TEMPERATURES during BACKKS ;
Lodge won over Su cross Oa., called the Riots will two daughters, Mrs. J. A. Black, with afternoon tempera- the month will average between rei n ENCNAN7 O POOSTANLEPp G ,
wannee Valley Coop on July 30 play for a dance from 8:00: to Live Oak, and Mrs. Mary Smith tures reaching 95 degrees or high 80 and 85 degrees under four Inches HJ

by a 5-1 score. Richard Sullivan 11:00: pm, A; Stronburg, Pa.; two sons, A. D. er on 8 to 10 days during the of bare soil wtth higher tem- -.... -. ....- \ 3
pitched a one-hit game and Home and Charlie Horne, both: month. Dally minimum tempera peratures in the drier soils. "
struck out eight for the winners., Eight boys and girls have been of Live Oak; a step-son, A. B.

John Howland scored two of the training under LeNelle Phillips Davis, Klngsland, Oa.; a sister
five runs made by the lodge team. for Junior and senior life saving Mrs. Llllle Leffer, Tampa; two
The 22 lads making up the Pee- tests. This training will continue brothers Joel Home, Carls, Oa. 0 For Sale-Real EstateIS

wee program played a plastic ball next week as 17 hours of water and L. Z. Home, Moultrie, Oa.: -
and bat game with their Dads Instruction is minimum for these 23 grandchildren and nine great

Wednesday and won by 351. I courses. grandchildren.Active W/ry YOUR FARM TOO SMALL?
Western Auto won two games Swimming lessons for adults pallbearers were V. V Why not let me sell It so you

during the week in Little League will begin Monday morning Brim, Johnnie Bonds, Waldo can buy this 495 acre farm I
play. They won over Suwannee I Adults desiring to learn to swimor Dee, B. W. Williams, A. A. Rau MISCELLANEOUS am offering now on very good
Ford Traotor 2-0 July 30 and to Improve their swimming lerson, and Ralph Hart. FOR SALE terms.
edged Ratliff Motor 8-7 the following ability should sign for the train Honorary pallbearers were H I

night.B. ing at the pool now Classes will I E. Leech O. W. Pate, Frank Hill BIG RESULTS FOR SALE 14 ft. fiberglass FARMERS Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

Sotolongo was the winning be held each day except Wednes- house, Pete Wright, and Howard BUT-SELL EXCHANGE deluxe model Jensen boat 12 RIVER
MONEY for your farm operations
pitcher In the first game and day and Sunday from 9:00: to Wright horse motor 1100 overhauled. at reasonable cost. Terms REALTY
second for Whatever the purpose, yon will Must sell First $200. Leo
Pournelle won the 11:00: a.m. to fit your needs. Loans up to. 407 Dowllng St.
Western Auto. Sotolongo pitcheda find Democrat classifieds do Thornburg Steinhatchee. DlrecUons .
7 years Can North Florida Production Farm Bureau Bldg.
no-hitter and struck out nine The Recreation Department Last Rites Held the job, quickly and well at Postof flee. Credit Man. S. Ohio Phone 362-1526

Nobles and Cheek scored for Wes- will participate in the parade pcJJ 12.14 Ave.. Live Oak TeL 3632588. WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor
tern Auto in the first game and planned for during the Tobacco DEADLINE FOR INSERTION e abe-tl Specializing in Farm & Acreage
Nobles got the only hit of the Festival. All the boys who par- At Largo For 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays GRAIN BINS Butler grain B"l' and Loans
bins and drying equipment. CallT.
game. ticipated in Little League, Minor LOW RATE FOR RESULT VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
)E:. McCall, 935-4203. Bran-
Pournelle scored three runs for League, and Pee Wee baseball Mrs. IVi cents per word, with a Machine, machlneless. and cold
ford, Fla. 10-14
Western Auto in the contest with programs are asked- to be- at the RegisterFuneral minimum of $1.00. pdJJ wave permanents given. Operators FARM AND TIMBER LOANS

Ratllff. Nott was the offensivestar iecretiOncenter at 100: p.m (AU classifieds must be paid to FOR SALE 16 ft. boat 30 hp Annie H. Mills Myrtle AVAILABLE:
with three hits and two runs on Friday, August 20, to take partIn services for Mrs. Lou- advance.) motor and tilt trailer. 1550 Mills Elaine Webb and For Information call or see:
for the Ratllff team. the parade. ella Register, sister of Dewltt cash Call William Nix Jr., 362- Mary Drew Boatright. Manicurist PAUL A. BYRD
Ratllff; Motor won over North Parker Albon, and Louie Fort- 3363. cdJJ 13-15 Ruby Sanford at Annie's 406 S. Ohio Ave
Florida Telephone in a game on ner all of this county: were held Classifieds ordered for fire. each Thursday Friday, and Live Oak. Florida
Saturday, July 31, at Largo with weeks, run the last week free
July 30 by a 12-7 score. Lanler Grow Saturday cut tf Phone 363-1389
Vegetables Peeler 14.00 will for a Z8 word
the Rev. William pastorof pay
was the winning pitcher and Me- USED MOBILE HOME e tf
the Church of God, officiat advertisement for five weeks
Lannon had home for the .
a run
Use Suwannee Democrat CUsvUflads
Ratllff team. Hacker and Came- Here UrgedMaurice ing.Mrs. ANY TYPE
Register was born in Su for Proven Results. WHOLESALE PRICES For the
led at HORNE
ron the telephone group REALTY CORP.
wannee County and had been a lake, for rental, or for resale.
the plate. Schofield and Leon LJ- : BRANCH OFFICE
1955 36x8
The league standing; Hatch reported progress was being resident of Largo since 1929. FOR SALE Home, 1930.3-bedroom Melody tie W. Howard. Hi.
Survivors In addition to her WORK
Team Won Lost made on; plans to grow vegetables GEORGE B. DEES
1962 50x20 2.bedroom,
four brothers living here are: the FOR SALE New and used Hi
Dodge Darts S 0 made
In this county. They
husband, Wayne Register, Largo; pianos Frier Music Co., NorU. baths. General "450. DONE AssociatePhone
Suwannee Valley Coop I 5 the report at a meeting of the
three daughters Mrs Marie Willis Ohio Ave., Live Oak 363-1188. 1963 50x10 2-bedroom Family 362-1688 I
Masonic Lodge 3 5W Branford Area Men's Club Mon. Granite Marble. Bronze
FIrst 12630.
Mrs call tf
Mrs. Betty Berry, and
Roberts Hardware 3 6U
day night. Phone 362-3333
Brooks, all of Largo a son, 1964 55 x 10 3-bedroom Belmont s
Joy ;
Games scheduled are: Schofield said that squash and FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer 12715. Almost !i mile on Suwannee Rim

Thursday. Aug. 5 7:00.: Masonic beans were being tried first. Both Billy Wayne. Mrs Register Hiley ,Ward.Largo; Live twosisters chain saws, parts and service 1963 55x10 3-bedroom Skyline, LIVE OAKMONUMENT Some Marketable Timber e
Lodge vs Roberts Hardware; pole and bunch beans are being Logging supplies, hooks clamps, 12890. CO. Good Location

8:30: Suwannee Valley Coop vs tested, he said. Oak Jacksonville and Mrs.: six Louise grandchildren McKnlght. bows, bars and chains. Repairfor 1964 60x10 3-bedroom Slid-A- Homer Sanford, Rep. I $20,000.29% Down

Dodge Darts. The men reported that Jacksonville most small gasoline engines Bay lit baths, New Moon,
Friday, Aug. 6 7:00.: Suwan produce buyers had and one great-grandchild.. Tyre's Saw Si Engine Service, 13550. 3 Bedroom Home on Edge of Town
nee Ford Tractor vs North Flor- agreed to send refrigerated trucks formerly Electric Service Co., 1963 54x24 PHOTO COLORING IN OIL Nice Size Lot Carport
ida Telephone; 8:30: Western here to pick up the vegetables 905 5th St Your small engine baths 3-bedroom. IV Charles A. Taylor, Rt. 4. Bow $ ,800 Some Terms
Magnolia Leisurama
Sing Saturday 186. Live Oak, Fla. Phone J62-
i, vs Ratllff Motor. when they are ready. headquarters. cadj tf 16800. cr
Monday, Aug. 9 7:00: Dodgevs Experiment fields are being At Suwannee Springs I WE WILL NOT BC: UNDERSOLD' 2293. eajj U 'PoutblJ"' Trade For Enutty *
Masonic: 8:30: } Roberta v. Co- grown now in the Branford area, FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulllns In
There will be a sing Saturday guaranteed not to leak Stacie 30 More To SEWING MACHINE CENTERDON'T
night August 7. at 7:30: pm. at Ottls Brown Motors cdJJ tf Choose From TRAILER: OWNERS
the Suwannee Springs Free Will All thoroughly reconditioned. See PUSS CALL US LOTS SALE \

Following Doctor's Advice Am Offering Baptist Church, six miles northof FOR SALE Magnesia Spring or can R. O. Gardner, at Great SINGERand GOOD TERMS: FOR. Priced 1595

Live Oak on U S. Highway mineral water. Guaranteed to Lake Mobile Homes Brokers US all other makes rebuilt here OUTSIDE: CITY (but close in)
29. help kidney trouble or gastric 41, North. Lake City, Fla. Phone New and Used' Machines PAUL
FOR SALEThe Among the special singers expected stomach or your money back. 753-266I. e 12 Needles Oil Parts 406 A.8.B Ohio Ave. j

for the event Is a group Electric cooler for rent, 11 per 724 Brown 8t, Live Oak, Fla. Live Oak. Florida
Chuck Wagon Restaurant from Perry, Everyone is welcometo week Also have distilled water, Phone
attend 1190 per B gal Ju,. Mineral HELP WAND Phone 362-2744 etf I

IN LIVE OAK AND MADISON, FLORIDA water, It per 5 gal. Call Ken- Mra. C. G. Travis. Manager
(Renew Ytur Subscription Now) non's Home Pharmacy to placean cbejtf
order Home delivery made CURB KELP! WANTED NOW.
$5,500 Cash For Either One.. regularly. Distributed by Jack- Ages II to 40. Apply In personA WANT lawns to mow. Have ml FOR BALE:
Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party Schofield said, but tt Is hoped the son Water Co., Perry, Fla. A W Drive In. call tf own mower. Call Henry God- Two-bedroom home and 1.4 acres
project will: spread to all parts of bold. 363-2174. pbJJ 11-13 of land. 4H ml. from Live Oak on
the' Suwannee Valley area. He phhj '-IS WANTED Waitresses. Apply tt Highway ... Ideal for small family .

Contact stated that 300 acres were neededto FOR SALE 1964 Ford Oalaxle500XL. Dixie Ortll. eajj tf HEARING AID BATTERIES: can that wants country Uvtng.

M. B. KENT Mariannaor provide the vegetables that 22 cu. ft. deep freeze, -- be obtained at Cheek's Drug. Priced to sell with easy terms.
could be moved. electric kitchen stove, cartop Ill W, Howard St. edJJ tt-IS Ready tor occupancy,
Use of the boat works building luggage carrier. Call 162-3475. -

B. W. Holventton &: Sons, Live Oak at Branford and tobacco warehouses pcJJ 11-11 CARPENTER WANTED FOR RENT Two-bedroom' CBS home In good
/ at Live Oak for marketing neighborhood, large lot a real buy
Broadus Willoughby, Realtor, Madison sites had been approved it was FOR BALE 100 670. or 710 Lead Carpenter Needed For With good terms. Ready for occupancy -
announced. IS new white wall tires. All FOR RENT Spaces for mobile ,
I premium or first line. All full Residential Construction homes. Plenty of room. Nice

4-ply. Some slightly blemished Contact and clean. Good wen water CaD Today 163-1)1
11595 plus state tax. federaltax Lake for fishing and swimming. PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
'A Included. No exchange Morgan's Trailer Park. US 90 406 a Ohio Are,
needed. Barber's Service Sta BOB WOLFE Wait Live Oak. Florida. Phone Uvt Oak FU.
FINAL CLEARANCE lion O'Brien. 935-3535. Good GENERAL CONTRACTOR 163-2011 pcfdj 1.-.. .U

as long as supply lasts It. t. B.. "'-0 Ph. S63-S1S1 RECENTLY: REMODELED 2-

caed tf I II I UTK: OAK. FLORIDA bedroom house on paved read HOUSE FOR BALK 3-bedroom

I ALL LADIES Following my doctor's: advice, am kJJ.7.19$ northeast of Live Oak. Garden hour. 8 acres land. Jet pump.
offering for sale The Chuck space If desired. |30 per month. furnished or mrturs atsed. AH
Wagon Restaurants In Live Oak WANTED Man between 20 and Write T. A. Dttegal. 1131 Om- ready to more In. Lights water
I and Madison Fla. 15.600 for' 39 to drive truck and operate IOQ Road. Jacksonville. Florida" telephone. Off the Mayo Read.

either one. Can finance one. custom- applicator. IGlll meat eau If 1/4 mile on the old Bowling
Spring And Summer Styles half to responsible party. Contact Apply In person Fanner's; Mutual Park Road. Fine haw on left
.... B. Kent. Chuck Wagon bclwcbJJ 11-11 Contact Perry HaU. H&B'g Bar.her *
.,' Restaurant. Martanna. D. W. 1-room" apartment Private entrance I ahoy 2M W, Duval 81. Llv*
WANTED AT ONCE: Help to and bath. 415 N. Shelby Out. 818.
PClJ l -14OR
Helvenston and Sons Live Oak.
do tight house work and part Ave. Contact Carl Chauncey, _
or Broadua Wllloughby. Realtor care for elderly lady Will make Carne Truck Stop 163-943. SALE New two bedroom

1 Madison. eafa tf right arrangement for party pbJJ 11-11 horn MOO doss 19 month.

i FOR BALK: Pedigreed Dutch needing good regular Job.>> Call H. U Kent phone H3-3513 or
PRICE rabbits and also good common 363-2STI after 6.00; pjn. FOR RENT Nice completely M3-3661. cajjtf
furnished l-bedroom house. Big
stock. About 30 head altogether peal 11-11
I yard automatic. washing ma- FOR BALK Nee three bedroom .
( Will sell all or part at reasonable WANTED One operator for chine. TV. 4 IS N. Shelby Ave. house with two tile baths.

2 ) Brien. price. Bill MarteU O'11 pay loader and one combination COn&acCart Chauneey. Carts eJettrte mitral heat carport

paJJ welder and mechanic can Truck Stop 163-943. very convenient floor plan on

FOR BALK: 10 head Of yearling V J. Smuts H2....* after Ipjn. PbJJ 11-12 nice shaded lot to south city

Angust heifers and 3 registered cbjj 1MJ UmiU of Lnt Oak. in block
FOR RENT 2 bediouta furnished
off Branford
Angus bulls. 15 months old. Road II1J40. C.
fl Choose From Our WANTED Nursing service supervisor apartment. Can 13-1815. D. Staring
Nationally Ii Priced to sell. Can 1C3-3363. Reg. Broker Draw
for 3 to II shin cbjj 13-11 ford Florida.
t' 300-bed accredited nocpiUL Attractive -
i Advertised Brand FOR RENT Apartments and
FOR SALE Honda INS Scrambler salary and benefit pro'
400 mllea, with trailer. gram. Apply Personnel Man- cabins. Budget priors Include .
t RED CROSS bible and Bee Mrs.
water. I
HIGH. MEDIUM For sale cheap Contact Jim's acer. Do. 3011. Jacksonvine.
\ JOYCE AND LOW HEELS Automotive Shop Mayo Fla. Florida 1330 pdhj 11-11 Brown at the Bachelor Cabins WANT TO
BUT Chan
on Wlndfi eeedlft St betweenthe cotton
t SYLVIA II" SIZES 5 TO 10 pbJJ 11-11 Established nee only The Suwanne Dens
CRISTIE route In Ur Oak. Meld Booing Plant aDd the

SMARTAIRE'CALIFORNIA 4A TO B WIDTIIS P'ORU 15 ft. plywood boat K7-SO average' per week pos Gulf Gas Station. part 13 cent twit
1 and trailer with 40 hp 'Wizard sible. Pun or part tin. Write
f motor. 1959 model Be* Claude Watkbu: Product, toe, Dept LOST fr FOUND WANT' TO BUY Hardwood
bags or stump***. Done Indus.
McDonald at TilT Grocery or M. P. O. Box 1447, Mph
COBBLERS _",, 4J' tiJ call 163-168. ecJJ 11-14 Ttnn. pU tl true, Inc. Phone 343-IIU.
I ITALIAN' ."; _f' ....... LOST near the Oak a box of PdJJ IMS
'f __. ___ FOR BALK Heart cypress SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT Mechanic's tools. It found
CASUALS "" fence ports lie each delivered. wanted at Rowland's Gulf pleas notify Tan Joust Rt t.UcAtpta WANTED oaf tractor with ;
SHOE DEPT. I VIrgil Foxx RL B. Ute Oak. Service! Button. Apply la person or phot aa-.... forman 43* ....... Phone 363-32S3.

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Japanese Girl Seeks Teenager I Gets Jaycee Monthly Atcartl RAIl Council Director ;

I Pen Pal On American LifeThe Spw.knj YO U R H fAlTH. Will The regular Met Might tao.Ibl.f meeting I I :

letter .. ef the b.1ld ef directors of '
following ;
wu re- an American teenager. In that the I'
S.wanneCa.nly Rural
v icelved this week at the Suwannee event Miss Tanaka'e address Is: > By UCSTEB L. OOLEMAX, MJD. Arms
Developihlnt Cornell will
Democrat via air mall from Ja Miss Sachiko TanakaNo.
We liked 1U tone and the be bfrtd ton/Urt/ (In..a'la& )
pan. 799
Slmohoya Hoya-maehl! Readers Are ':0' l
>> conference
careful and neat manner In which Kltatama-gun Asking p.m. t e. '
room of the dirnnee Valley
wu handwritten. Penmanshiplike
it Tokyo Japan. Eleetrk Coot/'' ... ,
that used to write this letter The letter follows: IS fatigue' an illness for barbiturates or sleeping .
u almost a lost art In this coun Dear Editor: Fatigue la a .ymptom, not pltl&Untortuftat.ly. A.dttJOft"IIIlttfoe. a..lgameat. -
are to vada
b< at themelon
try. Allow me to Introduce myself an Illness. It Is probably one these drug
Perhaps there Is a teenager In My name Is Sachiko Tanaka. of the most frequent complaints are being illegally. dispensed made en the e p inrewi report
[this county who would like to aged 18. and I am a Japanese I brought by patients to and misused preparing the way helfhborhoedyouth
tell Miss Tanaka about life as high school (girl 4u' cians. for "goof ball addiction. corn brtJtcte.
)) student asplr All
I II lag to correspond with American / Fatigue parades In a Ph'l1.1 tend.Reception. memberIre urged te at
'of disguises. Weakneases What Is meant "
youths of about my age ) by." 1m- ay
You may be Interested to know situde, boredom and descended testicle" In a small
I SubscriptionsSutcannee that Japanese boys and girls are are prominentIn child? ForUI'
very eager for knowledge of the Jif many ill In the growth of a boy while
Democrat peoples of other lands especially I nesses. still In the mother's womb, the
I the United States. Not the kind lia All rhytlcaldisturbances testicles descend Into their nor Students
Listed below of knowledge I mal position. Sometimes this
are new subscriptions I that one finds In I
the + must accurattlybe descent 1* Incomplete and thetettlcle
and subscriptions renewedo geography and history books If I Ilcrc
+ Friday
ruled out as remains
but fixed in the
: the Suwannee Democrat from the little things that Interest
possible causes tissues of the .
July 23 to July 30. young people every*'here. groin.Treatment Suwannee purity students
for the distress-
!NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSEarl I am particularly Interested in with hormones Is planning elite" the University
lay symptoms usually tried In an effort to Induce .
Clement. Newark, Del American life how Americans of Florida thU MI| and their parents
Or. Volof .
E ) fatigue. Only detcent If this Is not effective
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Boyette live at home how they think the then are belnf> invited to attend
can psychological can and
surgery safely
Martinet Oa. kind of music they listen to the cause be consideredas often be a reception W tea held Friday.
Mrs. Louis C. Delcomjrn Ponte tpyes of programs that are telecast the basis for this debilitating successfully performed. i night August Bt f:00 p,m. in
S e e
Vedra BeachSI'BSCRiFTiOYS the books they read the feeling- the Blue Bourn Ap the Suwannee"
RENEWED hobbles they pursue etc., etc. L-- : Can pimples Inside the tip of I Hotel.

Florida Forest Service, L. 0, It Is my strong conviction that Can emotional tensions be the the nose be caused by diet Dean Lewis, president of the I
W. R. Turner. Dover the only sure rdad to peace lies cause of accidents f Diet has always been used Suwannre CotihO University of

T. Allison Scott L. O. In understanding the Ideals and Deputy Sheriff J. Marvin (Buddy) Phillips. Jr. Some people are unquestionably as a comfortable excuse for almost Florida Alumpl (:lub, said Ken
Hsnklns Realty Co. Inc. Tarn- Ideologies the hopes and dreams, was presented more prone to accidents any known and unknown neth Small dilator of radio stations I
a Jaycee ef the Monte eeftlflrate at the .
group's meeting condition.No
D& the customs and culture of the than others. Physicians and at the unirtrtity and Miss
Rodney Tyson... o. peoples of other lands. I further hen Tuesday rhllllps served as chairman of the July 4 drive fora psychologists have tried to explain diet alone Is not reipon- Sheryl FolsotH. itu Mamie and Katie Brooms, L. O. I believe that there U no better I safe holiday and Is chairman ef the September alto aafrty this observation on emotional I' slble for Infections of the no... university wyUjit represent the
Mrs. E. C. Jackson. L. O. way to arrive at this goal than check bring planned by toe organisation. In addition he has 10 atrtss and inner turbu. Inadequate diets can make p.o- school In ate\ qucumtfon and

C. V. Schoppe. L. O. by correspondence between the per enl attendance. (Oemeerel Staff! Photo) len,(" ple more susceptible to Infeo.Ions. a quentlnn-an> session
J. W. Barn Jr. Branford youths of different nations whose' Automobile" drivers, factory Feature of it* reception will
Robert Miller Branford minds are mature enough to understand workers, and housewives have Too vigorous none wiping or be viewing of H<*d to the Moon.
Wilson National Life Insurance and yet not too mature Amendments To Uriilal Shower GitrnMi.i been known to have repeated picking even with a handkerchief a SO-minute (*'I|<- **t about the
Co.. Lake City as to be fixed and beyond Impression. : Tina FlrlrhrrSaturday. Injuries when unset by personaland can pluck out the hair University of Vlorlda.; The production I
R. H. Crews. Jacksonville social problems. of the nostril and open the way was written by John Paul
MM. F. D. Ilelvenston. L. O. This letter poor that 1s Is Social SecurityArc July 2., the McAlpin The emotions definitely affecta for the Infection Jones. aanocKM Profemor of I
Mrs. 8. J. Simmons PlnellM was written with the afore Community Center was the setting person'a Judgment and co U'UJ Dr. CoUma tunnel. jourruUUm at tM VF and aecre*
Park mentioned Ideals In mind. If this for a bridal shower honoring ordination. Even In sports, Injuries undertake to eiuu-er MliUualUtters tary-manager Of the Florida I
Ray Taylor. Rt. L. O. is not possible X would appreciate Explained Miss Tina Fletcher with Mrs. to athletes have been ae will use readrri'aM Frew. AAIIIx1.LlI\tf.
M. A. Marable Rt. U O. It If you would pass along Pete Vann, Mrs. Walter Sumner attributed to personal psychological ..(los U Ala column. wkmever Persons tntrv< ed In seeing
Laura Bee Robenon Jr., Rt.. this letter to any school or Editor's Note: This ls the tint Mrs. Arnett Hlllhouae Mrs. J, W stresses.Wnat fotiiblt ..... ekes Stay the production CI-\ watch It at
L.O.Mrs. church group in your community. of a series of columns by William Oaston, and Mrs. Fred Haas as are of f..n.n>! interest Address I'00 p.m. on ChAn \H 4.
R. V. Hutchlngson. Rt.' I look forward to your favor M. Canes, district manager at hoI .e.. are goof balls T"Ooof your bltrrs (e Or, CoUma INcare Mr. and tint Warren Tedder
L. O. able reply. .1 Valdosta. explaining social security A pink and white motif was balls" U the sUng term el..ls wwtpaperO will atirve' as ch, grim for the re.

J. L. McCook. Rt. L. O. Sincerely yours. amendments Of IMS. I carried out In the club room. < s.... King FMturw Syndicate, I.. >)> ptlon, Lewt' rvnounced.U5E .
R. W. HarreU. Orlando Sachiko TanakaI Many men and women over 13. Wedding bells and streamers were I I
Ira Wood. Wellborn believe that the Americans who did not have enough social used for decorations. The refreshment

M A. Oof f. McAlptn have warmth of heart!! security credit to receive monthly table was overlaid witha Sheriff IO"NC Hold, Strong CoiuliinatioiiA;
J. V. Phllpot. M. D.. Lake City benefits before may now be abW white cutwork cloth over pink
Irving Ooolsby. OUrlmMr Mark to receive' payments. and centered with a floral designof Fish Fry Saturday Strong combinations of color
R. R. OUk,. Branford Cliauncey Family Previously, a worker needed at white and pastel summer flowers Members of the Sheriffs Pome are. good for fall with orange and FUCO
Mrs. C. M. McCulteM. Lakeland Reunion On Sunday least ale quarters. of covers ce.] flanked with pink tapers Irt were treated to a flah fry Saturday black a new favorite, blue and
Mrt. Susie Vann McAlpin The annual' reunion of the family about a year and a half of work. sliver candlesticks. Silver trays of night July 3E. at the Coliseum. brown an old one, strawberryand Brand
Alice M. Reea U O. of the late Mark Chauncey to get monthly bmeflta. Under petit fours party sandwiches and Sheriff Duke McCaUUter pink a lovely. .on. (
, ,J. W. Blume. L. O. will be held Sunday. August 1, at the new provision benefits maybe other party foods..,. on the was host for the occasion.Then .
Joe Sherard. Dublin Oa. Manatee Springs. paid at age TI or later to a table and crystal compotes of nuts are 40 members In the The hardest Job U the on. that Insecticide
C t Mrs. N. T. Oreen. Zephyrhllla Friends and relatives of the worker and his wife) In some and mints. The crystal punchbowl posse and Robert Holmes serves you put off until the) last minute.
Mrs. C M. Clayton. Rt. L. O. family are asked to attend and ewes If the worker has three" was placed at one end of the .. captain for the group. WR
Rev. Splvcy Brabham. U O. bring a picnic basket four or five quarters of coverage table. Plane for the pout to participate tobacco feeUval were approved
deoendlnc- on his an. The gift table held a similararraiement In the parade to be held here and the group plans to ride In the BEST RESULTS
A manor older In IMS. or a of flowers like the August 10 as part of the annual event.
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71 -- --- ,,
I woman or over In INS. needs I rrftnllu'&DII.. -- - -
cln.&UP $ Just three quarks of coverage. The hostesses presented the
toughly nine months of work. A honoree" with a silver butter dlah.
man IS or a woman 11 In INS I Among the twenty-five present
needs four quarters of eow..1about were Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher of
one year of work, and a Jacksonville, mother of the bride-
La man 14 or a woman TI In INS elect. Mrs Wm. R. Slaughter, School
Jet or Submersible needs five. Anyone younger needs mother of the groom-elect Mrs.. Supply Specials
STAR1TE24Hour all or more quarters of coverage. I If. II. Slaughter grandmother of
AER-MOTOR Widows of drcIf'ufd workers the sroom-eiect, and Miss Minnie
Service may also get payment under the Slaughter, aunt both from Prrrye .
I new provision. 110tht number > .
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of work credits needed may ( ----.r.--
Fall FavoriteLook
depend both on the widow's ace
Financing Arranged and the year the deceased worker I for the favorite costume
I died or reached age ... for tall a three-pi" suit lightly SHOP, I EARLY' AND SAVE
Workers and widows ef deceased fitted Its Jacket collarless showthe

Elton Townsend workers who art eligible under cuff neck of the blouse be
this new erctlnn of the law wU neath. -
receive' 111 a month while wtvee
of workers win get 117 M a I of district supervisors to be held

Phone 362-2498 or 362-1232 month. August 2S-3 In Jacksonville. SIIEAFFER{ TEN NOTE BOOKS

Soil Conservation Trailer HarborFOR I I'm.1 Will KnnFinn (itrtritign: limiter & DictionaryIllim

Photo Special! (Iloartl The regular Mcrt monthly Friday meeting STAT! MOBILE APPROVED" HOMES AND Or :Mrtlluni I'oln.. Canvas: '

of the Suwannee River Soil Conservation INSPECTED
"' District Board of Su- PATIOS FOR EACH ONLY
A BIG; pwvtaora win be held Friday, August TRAILER 8PACIrT1In."on $1.29
.. at I.00 p.... Chairman J. : AND
Dan Roe aid here Tuesday, The "' -
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swung win be held In a
the Agricultural N. Anna Ave.

To be discussed Building.at the ...nnU HOWARD Owswe sad WRIGHT Operator I BIG PENS I 'FELT" MARKERS{

attendance of the local board 1
11x14BUST at the annual aisle convention

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Muggs and Skeefci Many Industries ,
HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS Florida's. many Industries include j
food products, chemicals
I OHAIIRJGHTI" OHYOUTAKNG i101 HEBTAXINGMgq and fertilizers. Insecticide, syn..
By 04 All RIGHT JUMIOR I u FOR A FOR ONE I thetlc fibers, lumber and timber I
MISS IDA JO HARRISON M I r r( products including furniture rand

Home Demonstration Agent wa arut D M '111111 r 'I'IJ 'IM 'IV ( components.paper, cigars Florida, and 1 fa electronic also the

Back to School Clothes! Can wash-and-wear garments. Those home of several boat manufacturers -
you believe that it la now time long, hot hours which used to be plants supplying the air
to be thinking about back to spent in Ironing starched school and missile' industry, and many
school clothing for the children. dresses can be eliminated. Too small manufacturing firms.
It seems as though the bells have the school children are quite active .
just rung for the last time before I and clothes need to be the
summer But alas, they will soon type that can take rugged wear. Delicate AppearanceLatest .
be ringing again I Joan Chauncey will be quite up- +l '2'tII the delicate appear-
Perhaps you are one of those to-date with a plaid over-blouse ance of new hoes, with little bows,
homemakers already making jacket combined with a green II i1 114; rKd'r,, cut-outs, buckles sling backs, the
plans and buying clothing for the dress This can be matched with heels carefully proportioned to
youngsters Mrs. Ray ChaunceyIs other skirts and dresses and It look slendor even when low.
getting her daughter Joan will also fit in well with Joan's .

outfitted for school. The clothIng red skirt which she made In her believe the dress to to 4 In Veteran In Florida
then others cure water and cover fruit cess a boiling waterbath can.
4-li Project Card Of Thanks
fashion trends lend themselves be most Important Whichever Again this Is one of the fruits, tier (212T') pints, hot preserves There are over 700.000 veterans
very well to co-ordinated Now is a good time to begin way you think, you might like to which you might like to use the 10 minutes; cold preserves, We would like to express our now living permanently in Florida
outfits Some of the Jumper shifts purchasing fabrics for making know some of the newer looks In ascorbic acid or ,the ascorbic acid I 15 minutes. sincere thanks and appreciationto This compares with 250.000 In
which are often worn over dresses school clothing, too For If some the way of hand bags and shoes mixture to prevent the fruit from FIO CONSERVE our many friends for their 1B4S. the Veterans Administration
with collars can be worn as of these things are made before for the coming season. darkening The figs should be I 2 Ibs. fresh figs or 1 qut. canned prayers, food, flowers, and many reports. '
two separate outfits or the jumper 'Chool time Is here, that last .
I The shoulder bag seems to be packed In a molsture-vapor-proof I figs deeds of kindness shown us at the
can be combined with other minute rush of getting school' well on Its way In. It has been container, labeled and placed In i Ha Ibs. sugar (3 e.) loss of our husband and father, Different
blouses; thus, several outfits can clothing ready for the youngstersIs quite sometime since the shoulderbag the freezer. Juice of 1 lemon Floyd Waters. Viewpoint
be had from basic dress. eliminated. When a pessimist think he's
one was as popular as It will be I For a tasty Fig Preserves or 1 orange (pulp and thinly May God bless each of you Is
will Accessories plaY' taking chance, the optimist
Another quality which you an important a
It is also Conserves you might like to try sliced or finely ground peel
In the corning seasons our prayer
want to consider for your chil- role In the total look of the well ; the feels he 1s grasping an opportunity
will become following recipes; 1/2 e. chopped pecans
hand bags
dren's clothing Is the amount of dressed woman Some people even the talk that Mrs Floyd Waters Charles Cunningham, The
I 1/2 Ibs. raisins
will they
care required. Certainly one of say accessories are more Important smaller, especially FIG PRESERVES and Family Natchltoches: (La) Times
Treat fresh figs with soda bathas
because of the way
look neater
Is 6 quarts figs -
the qualities to be considered I than the costume but
them for canning. Cut fresh or canned
they are made. Many of 1 c. baking soda
have many different compartments 6 quarts boiling water figs and raisins In small pieces
which fold up to be very 4 Ibs. sugar (8c.> Combine all Ingredients except BEFORE YOU BUY WHY NOT..TRY
i neat pocketbooks. Also the quilt 2 quarts water nuts and cook until thick
ed hand bags will be quite popu- Sprinkle firm, ripe fruit with and transparent (about 1 hour). MORRELL SALVAGESEVERAL
Add nuts 5 minutes before -
lar baking soda (1 cup to 6 quarts of
IIANDCRAFTED QUALITY In the way of shoes, pointedtoes fruit). Cover with 6 quarts boiling from hot range unit. PackIn
hot standard canning Jars. AdJust HUNDRED SHEETS
are just about out. The toes water and let stand 5 minutes I-
will be more rounded. More of I Drain and wash In 2 baths lids Process In a boiling wat-. PLYWOOD PANELING
1America's the heels will be larger or even of clean, cold water. Add figs to I erbath. (212T) pints. 10 minutes $2.75 per sheet & up
makes chunky especially for day time sugar and water and cook rapidly .
wear This will be one of the looks until clear tender. When figs are ALUMINUM SIDING_ WINDOWS
which will be with us in the shoe tender and clear, lift them out of
line for some time because it 'syrup and place on shallow trays At Original LocationThe UPHOLSTER MATERIAL' $1.00 Yd.

jSelling TV takes a longer period of time to If syrup Is not thick enough, con Miami Beach First Ns- FLUSH DOORS 17-FOOT TRAVEL TRAILER
net shoes on the market than it centrate by continued boiling tional Bank still stands at Its
does dres..e8. Still featured In the Pour syrup over figs until fruit original Lincoln Road location AND MANY OTHER CLOSE OUT ITEMS
newer look In shoes will be the Is entirely covered. Let stand overnight established by CarlO. Fisher
openness. This will be sides out to plump figs Next morn- when the city was Just six years WAYNE MORRELLFour
as well as the heels and toes. T- Ing pack cold figs In warm standard old.
straps, along with big buckles and .
canning Jars. pill each Jar Miles West Lake city On rinrmonnl Road
look in shoes wlllratglnd 44nst with cold syrup to within 1/2 The term "staple" refers to the TELEPHONE 752-391O
ties will be featured In the shoe Inch of top. Adjust jar lids Pro length of cotton fiber
s line.The I
textured stockings are still
to be In the news. Just whetheror
not many of the people will
adapt or buy these remains to be
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: Ii\\ One of the most delicious and : : I" "
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." ,1'f' '11\\' ; I 1 tasty fruits that grow In this section ,
'0" y I .... ...... of tbe country li figs. Figs .
.\ -!- are good to eat out of the hand castles in :
-- Spain'' ,
\ on cereal or they can be preserved -
: and used for a number of tasty I l.
1. L_"' r dishes Many homemakers are I, .. .
j preserving figs for future use.
Smartly styled Trantltlonal coniDia -:- "' Figs should be fully ripe to be "

grslnad Walnut color,grainad' Mahogany of good quality A ripe fig Is faIrly chateaux in France ',:
color,orgnin.dBlond Oak color.VHF soft to the touch and depend- ,+ ,,
Spotlit Dial.! Zenith Quality x S'Speakir. $249.95 Ing upon variety, varies In color ttl ti.
Built at only Zanith would build III 11 r' h
'. J from a greenish yellow to a pur ,( ,. l Mi; ,: ,

NEW 23" CONSOLE TVHANDCRAFTEDiNoPrintedCircuits 1 push Deterioration almost black develops color.very fast ):, _. ; I

IJ".v.r.ll dta*mMt.t 2t2 101.In.It f not ptatur. *ar**, when figs are bruised or If the 'mt I .
skin breaks. They are also easy mansions ndon't England I l ;,'.' 'ii : I.

to ferment and sour so you will ,.J .___ .
want to avoid this when prl'lIrrv.
Ing fins In any way. f'
New Z.nllh Custom Video Mange 82-Channel'Tuning Iy tem To freeze: Like all other fruits I I'f'
a 21,000 Volts Picture, Power e Peak Pewer Control they should be table ripe You "
e Automatic "Fringe-Lock"Circuit may leave figs whole, halved or '
", Z.nlth "Fin-Cooled"Power Tran lorm,. :, dice them They should be sorted .." "'. f

washed, stems removed and Ito
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1ft .
:, "
\ Freeze them with one part weightof ,
sugar to four parts of weightof
SUWANNEE VALLEY GAS, INC. fruit. This would equal about .
1 cup sugar to 6 cups fruit. Or
u, S. 90 West Phone 362-2666 you may pack them In a syrup.

For the syrup use 3 cups sugar v ,

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: I Mrs. Thomas llarold lIut h lon Hell Summer Home I Miss Jewel LmoMr. I

i =_= Jfg f -_ Cani|.Out SettingThe r .

I- --r. : summer home of Mrs. Wilbur -
T. Bell at Suwannee Springs A
f 1 A was the scene of a camp out recently .t'
WOM 1 t when Mrs. Bell was hostess a
N to young friends of her grandsons -

Kenneth. Allen, and John ,
Bell, of St. Augustine ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor The first night the tent master ) y1
was O B. Ores Jr., and the second .
I night Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Mis riiillipa Wed To Mr. lIutd son Sesle Bell acted. as tent masters
The camp out was on the Boy
In Jacksonville Church
Ceremony Saturday ati Scout basis with the boys doing

Miss Minnie Olive Phillips of Jacksonville and Thomas I IW the work Fishing and swimming
Harold Hutchison of Hightstown, N. J. were united in was enjoyed. 7 PIl
marriage at three o'clock Saturday July 31 at the First During the day guests were
Baptist Church in Jacksonville Dr. Homer G Undaeyofficiated. Gary Day Jr. Jep Drown and
the grandsons of Mn O B CK- I
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The bride It the daughter ofRv. a scoop neckline. Attached at the Camper were Kenneth Bell V 'tl'-
and Mrs. Proctor E. Phillip back neckline was a "Dior" bow.
Allen Bell John Bell Dnnnv Dees.
of Live Oak and the groom the Her headdress was an American Elliott Williams Lyn Williams.
eon of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beauty rose matching the deep and Joe Phillips.MLv .
Hutchison of HighUtown. N. J. pink of the gown which a bussell .
Forming the background for type veil of Illusion ws attached.

the double-ring ceremony was an I She carried a heart-shsped bou- I HoW' Party
arch of permalax and white roses. quet of happiness roses and car- i
Two large baskets of white gladioli nations. aI Honorw llrccnlly :
porn pon and mums with a The bridesmaids and Junior f Y, 1i t Miss Jan Howe, houieguest of I II flT '
pair of candelabra entwined with brideonaida gowns were Identical -- Mrs. Mamie Sandlln. was honored
permalax and holding burning to that of the honor attendant as J I on her 18th birthday with a !
cathedral tapers completed the were their accessories and bouquets party on Sunday night at nine
decorations.Mrs. clock I II.
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Sandy Booth organist, The bridegroom's father served .1. I. The birthday cake was decorst ,
and Mrs. E. H. Whittaker provided as best man. Ushers were George 1 ed with green and yellow and Inscribed .
the nuptial miuic. Mn.Whittaker McKnlght. cousin of the bride. If I with "Happy Birthday to
1&1the "Song Of Albert Lang Dave Scott and Jim I Jan" Cake, Ice cream, and punch
and Mr*. lUbert II. law of this city annesnee the engagement -
Ruth", "Entreat Me Not To LeaveThee" Yalee ';i' was served to the gueiU.
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and appreacMng marriage their ." Jewel U
"Wedding Prayer", and Invited to celebrate this occasion
The bride wore a gown of 1, I
"The Lord's Prayer". Chantilly lace featuring a Sabrina I were Mr and Mrs Earl Thorn llogaa, wn. .. Mr. and Mrs Mont llocan .f ",..UMm.
Given In marriage by her father I neckline fitted bodice, and calls .. q" Mixon and sons Keith and Ttr- The wedding will be an event ef Asgast twenllrUi.Linen .
the bride chose her sister. Mrs. lily sleeves. The bouffant skirt <10 ,! ; I.Mr. and Mrs Nathan' -- Wooley
Albert Lang, matron of honor ,.,, and daughter Dawn: Mr. and
as trimmed with velvet bows terminated
I Into lull little shifts and dinner -
Bridesmaids were Miss Margaret into a chapel train. Her illusion ; Mrs. Leon Gill Wayne Oil!. Leon suits, easy
GUI Jr.. Becky Dili. Kim GUI Look for linen moving right on 1 dresses. I
Oraydon. Miss Jody Browning veil was attached to a ,II .
and Mrs. A. C. Soud. Miss GloriaPhillips I crown of pearl und she carried a Mrs. A. J. Gill, Miss Olenda Brim Into fall In tangerine bright resist shrlnksge.
prints or deep blue In long-Jacket Most cottons
the bride's sitter, was bouquet of Sweetheart roses carnations Jack Henry Sandlln. and Stamen
Junior bridesmaid I butterfly orchids, and Brim.
The matron of honor wore a lily of the valley centered with Miss Howe returned to her
floor length gown of taffeta satin an orchid. home In Addis La. Monday after For The B a In
finished. The bell akin was of Mrs. Phillips wore a mint green Mrs Hutchison wore a light cepUon was held In the church spending six weeks In Live
tight pink and the bodice of a summer satin overlaid with lace yellow dress with a vender orchid social hall. Assisting were Mrs. Oak ROOFING CALL COLLECT
deeper pink. The gown featured and beige accessories with a van- sorsage.' Homer Llndsey. Mrs. W T, Tay

three-quarter length sleeves and der orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, a .... KlmbeL lor. Miss Miss Jean Sandy Parker Sparkman.Mill Fran Fall IMal.N Fosveu.tLoot t STANDARD ROOFINGand

r' and Miss Paulette Hurst. Miss for summer stripe giving
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTIONJiUCTIOH Willie Belle' Wheeler kept the was to fan plaids real plaids In
brides book, the deep reds blues and greens, SHEET METAL CO.
The bride graduated from Bu to replace the pale plaids of spring 111 So. Ashley SI Ph. 244.2 BONDED
wannee High School and the and summer
0 groom from HighUtown High i&WATuVALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERs
School. He Is now with the United Coffeecake: Mix anise In the
States Navy. batter. Just enough to taste ..
IIl rz Fail_win lw eddln/ tri p down -- -

the stale they will make their
TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, AT IIKX AJV1 home In HighUtown. N. J. I EXTR4'J1. 1.
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On US. Highways 19-27A-98, 221 Dinner Proweit ...9.... ....,....
Z Look for a touch of the kimonofor dy( Dlnn.r.
0 Air Conditioned Unit, Plug Owner's c evening. In aide-wrapped kimono .-. .-.. ..... ....
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home, Centered non top dinner dresses with wideobi I I 'I
k : .. .- -...
658 feet Fronting on 4 Lane ] sash**. In Japanese silks or
"_a Highway Property Consists ofti 0 stiff silk faille& .
t Approximately ..96 Acres. Ideal to | Z

Slit SOUTH VJt. I IrcKJKT. IITGnWAY g1 Operate u i is, room for expansion Cotton bolls normally mature EXTRtI 1
Inoslub or Would be Ideal Site for Shop. from 40 to.M days after the flower 1D" 4'J1. elRN STAMPS
This Is one-ofM Motels located toPerry. ping Center, Medical Center, Automobile j appears.DO ------

Plortda.AD Sales and Service Garage, | ... la ...n... ....
x doing capacity business .. .
0 ALREADY FINANCED Bank or Any Type Commercial I C YOU HAVE AN X WatfititiA

Be Sure and Attend This Sale! Business.Coll Alcohol Problem? sTOiS -. -.. ..... ...

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For free Appraisal Phone 1424543IIAITOI We now have In Live Oakan

AA Group ready to Al AkbSftar:.
help you.

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Cme ftew during tMIf special cle."ek. .,.",--- I N STAMPS
sale ol magnificent '$$ Mercury. .rr .wvrrM.
inner, o* this. year's to* Induttry sward 'foe Na..q

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WORD FOR better time tne ri'0'" now I Yew CM pal egI
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potiet the sees Acs lmmedi''*'. If

SAVINGS I !, ,! ,! make you've the been best pur/led buy here's sbevt Y.wryl I I I IEXTRJf

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"' U. S. 12* Nevtli LIVE OAK FLORIDA rUe. M2.1II2 N el N 'ItTHURSDAY




lerior Department and the Na. retained for future use. '-,.. '!*.(.
banal Park Service. A legal advertisement appears Data. : Ul'LJbVAUCHN ttth day of.lulli-lJ: h

A JH4iJe sear n Flood control of the Suwannee in this edition of the Democrat Clerk. of Ctrcatt/ Court of
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is only feasible by using a series setting forth, the call for the 11-11 C

B of reservoirs on the Alapaha and hearing and conditions of the t'
WASHINGTON Wlthlacooche Rivers in Georgia, sale. NOTICE OF NAMES OP PERSONS
_. Wettsteln said the U. S. Corps of ABANDONED PROPERTY .
Purauant ... _tJea IS of ChapterTI7.
MARCH OF EVENTS Engineers have determined. Florid .".'.'.... entitled "Florida
w There are many questions left Dlepooltkra of Unclaimed. Property A f,
unanswered u to land. aquisltlon Public NoticesNOTICE notice in .koroky Nen teat tko. .._. I
INTERAGENCY MOTOR fOOl GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION Uatod below appear t* bo tko .waa..f
I and planned development Wett unclaimed. pro..1 or Intaaalblo
MARTS UNWANTED PXORTI HAS MORI THAN 38,300 CARS stein said and stated that a series ,,_...... abandoned. property ,
By HENRY CATHCABTCentra of meetings were being plan tenter toe _,...I..1e low B. Dowltaf p.... Uve Oak, ,..
) Preit WaiMngto Writer ned in the area at which questions an I, will debte M..... b1 ..'011. ether. ,.... In format Ion. ...........* ,... amount
er '' of tke Prrprtfd tko
TvrASIIINGTON-A Washington-based organization as to plans for development .,..It. II....t ,... -'It.d: '... of tbe bolder Buy b*
report of the river would be answered I. L. DY ALI obtained, .b, .!any' _... .p0a.o.! .. oninternet
VV .,
it made a profit last year of (100,000, or about'of 1 emu. IB ... property ky addm.lnf
He urged interested parties to APPLICATIONFOR .. Inquiry' U Par E. a..... Stato Comp
cent of 1U OF
per $30 million investment Its going to try to do 0 NOTICE
troller aa Admlnletntor. Abandoned'
get the facts before deciding. I TAX DEED
better thIs year. O Sw teals P3. Property Dlr talon, Capitol, T. ..

By doing: better It meant that It wants to get Us profit down j Wettsteln permitted said barging wouldbe wouldbe NOTTC. UMBERFBY f GIVEN..that. .Florida........, name B* lure... to addrea awntlon.. a. "aeeeunl,, "IleltI. -
Closer to the zero- mark It i* a, government oriniTilzatlnn, end fflrllN lr flf no pollution e.rtifkM.., ku the fikde Ml* .Ioh.errotNlea.: ... tkla noOce. Vnleu proof of .....
Its "customer are government allowed and that 19 sites along t deed to be I..... 'th.ro. T". ...hlp In preaentod. U the bolder ky
agencies, ex for S *&
the river would be developed in .....Ifle.te number and Fear* of Ie... October t*. l* l. the property will b*
clusively. ..... the deaerlpUoa of ,". prop's.end delivered to the Admlnlatrntor. Thereafter
the plan now under study He .* all further claim mutt ko directed
The outfit Is the Interagency Motor Pool Ik* name* I. wklck It wae aamae
to th AdmbilatratonKAY
'I 'III said these attraction would
and it is in the business of supplying auto serve a. M fallow ICertiorate 14 E. GREEN
to get tourists and visitors off No.
f tains transportation and services on a non-profit bails. It main e Kb*. Fe._bn+k.y |.., (Ml. W.,U rtu -...*. 'S: IFI,}v1t Interstate Highway 10 and 75 for Deecrlptlon Tear of Inaoane at Property 1Mb tot M De. A. AdmtnUtrntornu
more than 38,500 vehiclesin visit to the In DB rr P*.. IS.. t. SeeUoB 1To.r..hlp *. :
91 cities, and "rents" cars out to the area 10th, Rose' 1* Ea.t.Nam NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING ON
at a cost of 6.4 cents a mile, "Good heavens! I put Daddy on the school bus and Mr*. Shlffette said she wa .* I. which. *.*****.*I Late Joke- GROUND SUITABILITY BUILDING OF McALPIN AND SCHOOL EQUIPMENT

The vehicles undergo a stringent inspection Junior on the 7:15: !" opposed to federal control of the *.All. of old property Win In tS. : AND NOTICE OF SALE IF

every 2,000 miles and are sold after six river.,. which_n Me n_ _mid___ would County of Bu....... But* of florida DECLARED: : UNSUITED PURPOSES FOR SCHOOL
years .. lose. certificate or eerttfleateath.ll
or 60,000 miles. change the character of the ko redeemed ........1.. ... few "' Tko Board of Public lutruetloa ofBnwnnne
The demands and Make Plans To \o. 1 stream. She criticized Congressman property ....ri...... la .uclt ..ertlflrateor County, Florida. will holdpubll. a
agency get to 40( .
up certificate will bo cold' M tko hl.b.eet koarlne. at I4t AM O'Clork.tetarday.
per cent discounts on cars and eaulnment it and should be rebuilt. Charles Bennett for his interest bidder at the wart hoa. door .a A....' tl. 14*. at tk BoardRoom .
Cap nntdy purchases. --r------ -- Some of the facilities at the in keeping the river in the th. flret Monday I In Month of SVt>l..- In tke Court Hove ABB** I.
Area .boo "". wklck I. tko oik day of September. LI*. Onk. Florida .. th* ..*oatioa ofwhether
Two examples illustrate the breadth of the Landscape downtown complex in Live Oak bill and praised those thruout 114*. tke McAlplu. arhool er..ado
NASA 4, an IMP service IMP provides. It rents vehicles for are far below standard and should Florida who wanted to leave the Dated tklo 17th d., of July. 14*. (aoproi.Innately all acre. la Sect. ton IT.
1/bVAUGHN/ A. SF8SION Townahlp 4 South. Ran** 14 Cult tke'
customer the National Aeronautics and Space Administration At Coliseum not be used except in dire emergency facility as It now ir Clerk of Clrenlt r..art of hulldlnethereon and portion of the
at Cape Kennedy and maintains bus It will annn' bit one year Mrs. Shiffette stated her group ........ County, florid equipment for ..h..1! therein purpoee I Ie .Nolle....'.. or I.un.ulted further

service for Navajo school children on Indian reservation in Four-li clubbers of this county since Hurricane Dora and even felt the area should be given an 11.11 .19.l that If ..... ........1 (round*, build.t.t .
opportunity to develop the rlv". OF AW ICATION and any equipment therein .hi de-
the Southwest, will landscape the new livestock such a disaster as that become NOTICE FOR TAX orro t.. ilned, ... be. ......... for echo*) "...
eS building at the Coliseum site as ancient history In time and no in its own way She frowned on Sec. teats, ,,s. _... said. Board. will hold, a publiceale
ONCE BURKED TWICE CAUTIOUS dodge' bringing tourists to the area asyIng NOTICE 18 HEREBY; GIVEN that of cold. property a* declared. at 1:11
The hassle of should used
the longer be a* a
one of their first projects in a J ft. Mill. tb. holder of tbe follnwtnaeertlfleato P M. Ofmck. Saturday, ...... tl 1(4
green dress will not occur again if Washington's society leaders citizenship drive, designed! to develop to keep from doing that which most would be "rift raffShe baa filed. ..... certificate .t aald Beard Rnom. A mere ........,..
:have anything to say about It. At a swank affair this spring should be done termed flood control and for tai deed to b* laeued tberon. Th.rartlt" deeeriptloB of tko property to be said
better citizens, provide a '.'. number. aad year of teea* If determined t* W annulled for ackoolporpoee
water conservation the most Important
about 20
women at the Opera Society Ball appeared wearlnl'identical the of the' prooertrand eon be obtained at led eftceof
of local ante deacrlptlm
better understanding government .. .............
gowns. There were so many of them that it was too I think the plan of the one factors about the river led namea la wblck. It wa sa..ed.ro t" of Publi In-
and. to make the com a* folio.,trertlfleat .traction W Ia...... County, Pwr-
to be She criticized the Corps of Engineers
funny embarrassing at the time. time drive make Ida Paid W
cleaner and more attrac night or a one No. e. proper may In.netted
However the demonstration that such a thing can happen Is munity sense and It should be done after and said their report wa Tear ., ........ llDeeerlprtlotl between tko kour .1i. and lti*
of Property Let t A A.M. O'Clork! on Aue.net 111 or S*.
of concern to one woman, Joan Kennedy, who is publicity tive.Two Suwannee County 4-H school convenes for then, once political and that member of her 4 Hlk 1*. Wellborn.Nam I.... The Board reeervoB Ik rtekl t*
chairman for the National Symphony Ball to be held this lain schools will become the group felt flood control was feulbit' IB wblck _.....1 Char) R. raleet/ .. all bid. ... .
Club members, Phyllis Howland KalrhL BY ORDER: of the Board nf ,...,IeJ..t..Uott
autumn. and Klah Eubanlu, returned focal point In many lives All of ..Id property beta In tbeConntf of ........ Coaaty. rloM ,-
loan is setting up a dress clearing house for the women. My chief regret at further de. The lady termed development W 1......_. State of Pk id.. .. thla Aaeuat *. I Ml.
home this week after attending a i .. .. BOARD op PIIRI.ir romivcnoNSUWAHNEK ,
As ball time near will be along the river since 1903 outstanding ITnle rk certiricato or eertlflcateo
they provided with a telephone number school isso : .
National Citizenship Short Course lay Is that a generation .hall be redeemed oeeordhie .. law lb.prt : CTH'NTV. FLORIDA
which they can call and register the color and style of the short and every day counts so and estimated at least ,, dVecrlbed. .. ...It ...lfIoI.'. R. SU M. CREWS ja, a._.
gown they plan to swear If for a week In Washington. They 500) homes had been built 'alonl or rertlfleate* will be cold to tb.. kblheet (1PIllATTEBTt
: a woman is the
first with a par. to have gained a much I wish it were possible to bidder *l the eonrt ......* door .. S/ HENRY.. M. POLSOMSoperlntendent
tlcular gown she will be told so. If the color or style already are reported close our eye one night and wake the stream in the past three tb. flnt ."" .., In ....tII ., Sewlember. of Paella ..,.... /..
has been registered, she will be told that deeper understanding and appreciation years. lees wbkk. I* tk* Itlt dp of S.a- 11."
the next day with school in
American heritage up U U
of the She said land along the river

YFII: 1FII! YEII-Rep.!! Peter Frelinghuysen, of New Jersey, as a result of ,their visit to keeping we with are the rearing.splendid But youngsters much was not selling today for people

IN one of the more sedate and patrician members of the Houseof the nation's capitol. were waiting to tee what de /
While in Washington the hard work remains before we can A Thought For TodayBy
Representative However, he has demonstrated that ha can veloped.
meet responsibility to them.
andectures our
keep up with the culture of the times.In youngsters attended classes ,B HARRIS
Whether we agree with themor BVODY C.
and made numerous
response to the plea of a f
13-year-old girl constituent, the
congressman was able to assure her that some particular foreigners tours of the capitol. They visited not we have many people here No. 4pleased "The only thing we have to fear-i* fear ItselfToo . .

were, Indeed, welcome to visit the United States and to Spessard L. Holland and Congressman who have a definite price tag on with the new size. It washer know most of us bear fables when we are too young to understand i

be employed in their professions while here. These Individuals Don Fuqua, who arranged schools. Many of these same individuals task to prepare the copy their moral but the other day I heard a fairy-tale mire II JfiI

included Herman's Hermits and The Beatles for them an opportunity never question what read the proofs and assure that which we could all gather much wisdom. '

Frelinghuysen went to the top to be sure that his informa
lion to the girl was correct He took up the matter with Assistant Miss Howland had this to say cost. But they say they must Nicky M. Tsacrios is manager kill 3.000 people when It met an Eastern: pilgrim j

Secretary of State Douglas MacArthur II. about the trip, "to actually see I know to the penny just how much of the commercial: departmentunder ,f and told of its plans. On the way back from India

It was MacArthur who assured Frelinghuysen The Beano*. and talk with the various memo good school will cost before they which directories are prepared : the pilgrim confronted the plague with "I thoughtyou

J that the department never had refuted visas to hers of congress we hear so much decide whether or not bonds and distributed He also : I said you were only going to kin 1.000 peopto .

H the English ringing group \, Hermits, llc, about and to see the House and should be approved. expressed pleasure at the new i and you killed 1.000". 1 killed 1.000 as I said I

') We don't know why the girl's mind and we doubt that thej congressman: understanding of what goes into There ls no way we can escape Tsacrios said 9000 of the directories 1 died from fright

or the assistant secretary of State knows, either But It mutt the laws of our land". the seriousness of the situation were ordered and would iI",4 We have an seen sample of destruction causedby

be reanurlns to some that neither the Congress nor the administration Eubank said this about his ex- for without good schools all other provide a supply for new custom. fears and panto. Bo why daft we mils that

is standing! in the way of broadening culture. wrlence, "seeing the many hlt- community activity will slacken en expected to be> added to the "fear PARALYZM faith UBdlATE8r.: I

torSo sites and monuments that and eventually property values ayetem In the year ahead We can help prevent inexcusable) fear from Intruding on our
cornerstones to heritage and business will decline to an Tit- ires. One Inevitable future 10'\'
'):U88 Braun Will Tell hind .them all the time. are our Suwannee Democrat at way is to prepare for the events
>elp* us to be proud of our American alarming degree.The Live Oak Is printer. for directories that last minute grief is not compounded Into an unbearable expert
Three Stories Today This will be the final tory e1t.1 enah1p" delay appears to have been of the company. .no*. Let exTOAjmra: FUNERAL: HOME, as south Ohio Avcnu

Catherine Braun of the hour before the conclusion of the Mill Jean Meadow, assistant unavoidable but definite action e provide friendly understanding counsel for.your specific needs. Can
summer reading program All home agent for the county accompanied to decide the question must betaken 63-13S4 for consultation.
Suwannee River Regional the youths to Wash- as soon as school reopens No. 5afternoon
will tell three stories Thursday, children who joined the reading FREE
and needs are brought home AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
ngton. our at 2:SO .
hour. club should turn their folders in pm.The
August 6, during the story to us In',1Y1d fashion. 15-maa advisory commit Suwanndr County R.*rit.ate
The Black Witch la the story of to the library before Friday, B
Lost 13 if possible. Thursday, tee named by the school board to
a witch in a tea shop. Am I BRODY C HARRIS
43 Million Visitors No.2 Investigate school facilities recommended .
tells the story of a puppy who August 19, a party will be held for I
wonders If he .is lost When n* returns all the summer readers. Since the Washington Monument tog asked to serve with the committee thai the school sits L* .....! ,Foawf. Director

home .night. he discover Three short movies will be was completed in 1814 more In a move to Identify I not be used due to the condition

he was never lost at all Little shown, and the names of the children than 443 mllllort people have ridden trades' and skills needed In the' of the building. The committee
Quack .is a duck who Is not afraid who will receive diploma or trudged to the top of the area. deemed it unsafe and not suit SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME

: of or miythlng. His brothers will announced.. The diploma 53-foot obelisk the National Chairman Weaver said his able for school purposes.
I 1 r anyone do not know that he .is unafraid will be awarded in the schools Geographic says committee would continue an active Students from UcAtpln will be 825 5. Ohio A...... '

I ; and make him walk be- early in September, drive for the school here assigned to schools at Live Oak LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
I saying it was moat Important to and Branford for the session

Serve Tempura Only the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranchof starting August 10.

\ Some 600 Tokyo restaurantsserve which he is administrator that The hearing Is to determine If PHONE 362 .1234

1\\ ( Colored News nothing but tempura. the such a facility be available to the building and land should be

Ji shrimp delicacy that is the best- youngsters at the Ranch. .........................................................Neaeeeeeeu..........................
\ loved of all Japanese dishes, the U. .

National Geographic say*.

!:, Plan Services I Engagement Slcwart-Roberson Announced Good<
Summer la the l Ideal time to which Included a scenic highway
Mr. and Mrs Moeet Stewart .
1 Ebenezcr AME schedule ai; thorough checkup for development of springs alone the
i of this city announce) Ute engagement *
your heating system while It I Is river and of Hog Island. These -
} and approaching marriage hut down. I plane were submitted to the In-
i Church Here of their daughter Alma. to 0 11Roberaon. -
of Mr. and Mrs
I Women of Ebenezer AME: James Roberson also of Live AND INSURED

\ Church of this city recently completed Oak.The
t. plan for the annual observance marriage will be an eventof

ot the church with Mrs. September 5 and will be held r GRAIN

Rachel Brown as general coordinator at the home of the bride at 4:00

and Mrs Ode Young and pjn. '

Mrs. Crizell Young as associate The couple will reside with the

CCH>rdlnaton. The event will be bride' mother Mrs Cora Stew LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PHONE Ml-Jill BONDED

I t held Sunday September 12 art following the wedding. Adele SOe-ChlMrn SO*-Tat larhded

Youth coordinators will be Mr. BOX OFFICE SUMMER KCHEDCLE:

Ellen Pierce Mr. Bessie Jack- Hemingway. Shirley Bevel!, Patricia Saturday Opens lt:45 Mcvte IsM: STORAGEt
ion and Mr*. Hazel Carter. Johnson Melvonna Smith Bandar Thro; .gb Friday Opens Ii4l M.vt. t:44): ,

Committee chairmen for the and Ida Jones will assist in the At'OCal' I-I
event will be: youth department.

Program Sarah Robinson. Included in the program for the HUSH HUSH SWEET CIL\ULOTTE Dealer In
Finance) Bessie Jackson day are guest teachers as well aa ,

Public Relations Haarl Car. a visiting team to assist with the CARTOON Phillips "66" Anhydrous Ammonia

ter. I work of the Sunday School whichIs
; Hospitality Annie Cuon.j under Mrs Rosa Fuller, super MTI'RDIT AIYiI'RTS

j Decorations Rena Bass. intendent. Agrico Fertilizer
Advertisements Rosa Fuller Other events planned for the SON OF. CAITAIN! HLO01)

'. .1 Ways and Means Ruth observance youth
are: program Feature N.. I Bulk or Bagged
t tI Hemingway. at 3:00 pjn:; major service! by
Volunteers I
I adults: youth leaders In ACE and
Music Clarrissa Thompson. BTU activities: and a pageant at
,t Hostess Amelia Hicks. the evening service.Rehearsals See Us For Your Seed Needs-- i

Culinary Ola B. Hill. for the women's "tTND.YMOSDAt'Ot'IIIT! I-t '
1 i Honors P. V. Famell. Marie I choir have begun A dinner sale :
Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders
Let Us
Treadwel Rosa Bellamy and U sponsored weekly and a calendar CLARENCE TilE CROSS-EYED LION --

Hattie Elmore. show I* scheduled later Mrs CARTOON NEW
Heading groups aa leader will Ethel >Bass and Mrs. Puller are in

be Mrs. Ollie Mae Anderson Mrs. charge for Saturday August T, '
Agnes Riche Mrs Gwendolyn Rrcular services will be held at Tt'T.'D.Wm'ITIIID'Y! ANOINT I.-t( SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION!'

Spears, Mrs Viola Fletcher Mrs the church Sunday with the pas ELVIS PRESLEY

Cason. Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Ode tor. Rev. A. M. White In chart IT' HA1TENED AT THE WORUVS FAIR I
Young Mrs. Ceasar* Holmes Mrs Rev. J. J. Philpot will preach in

Robinson Mrs. Edna Johnson : an after service at 1:30: pa. **..... N.. t i North Houston StV4

Mrs. Maggie Williams Mrs. I Choir 1 has been asked to sing ELVIS PREILETGIRL

Young. Mrs. Ernestine Leper, Dr. I. D. ford. PK. will prtd HAPPY Phone 3623596 MHa North ofLhresiock

Mrs. Henrietta MandrcU. Mrs. at a quarterly conference to be CARTOON J At Night 362-1164 Marketr j jp

I RUle Elliott, Mrs, Christine Caldiwell. held bert August 13 thru "August.
, Mrs Ethel Bass and lira IS. \...).*......_...._._....__...........J.............a J.1 i..e- ,

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Sinvannec Valley Livestock Market

Cattle sale were up lightly\ erf\111* down to 11200; cutter
July 28 over those of the prevlou $1071-11300; canner, $8.00.
Miss! Ester Jones Is I Branford Personals week at the Suwannee Valley '11 00.
L4vetock Market while boll sold Bulla: cutter and low utility.
Honored At Shower were some lower than the number 11300-110.73: canners 111.00-
ryI Mia Eiter Jones brlde- led Hilda Jones Phyllis and Sherry T L. Duncan Is a patient In the cleared the week before. Last 1200.
for August 28. was honored at a I CMbba. and Mrs. Charles WU- Saint Luke' Hospital In Jacksonville WednMday'a cattle sales totaled Calve: rtandard. |14.50-117.73;
mlscellanrou hower ThuracU llama and aon. Charlie spent Saturday having undertone surgery 231. compared wlhhe 1&8 sold utility 113.00113.00.Vealert .
night, in the Howell Fletcher An. at Jacksonville Beach Mr*. last week.Mra. the week prevlou Swine sold : utility and standard
flex of the Branford Methodist Wllllama and ion Visited Mr. and A. C. Oelger kit Saturday reached 399 last week slightly 11400113.75.Price .
Church. Mrs R. W. Sherwood and family for a two W'ef'klalt in Arcadia lama than the 463: sold the weekbefore.
The room wu beautifully decorated Saturday night with her son, A. Perry Oelger. and paid for feeder-itockrr
In yellow and white to carry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Orenham family. Trading wa alow with the demand cattle were a* follow:
d out the color scheme. The refreshment and family\ of Tallahassee and Mrs. Susie Sanchet Is a patientIn fair. The supply was largely Steer: standard 116.73-13000:
I I I table at one end of the Mr. and Mr. Charles Thomas the Alsrhua General HospitalIn I made up of overfilled cattle. utility 111.23-116.23. mostly
hy.li+ n'hti room was covered with a white and family of Gainesville spent OaWMVllle. Slaughter htlt.ra'tI $100 IIS00 up: Inferior, $$950-1112.
a linen cloth and bore a fan thap the week end visiting their parent Miss Joann Dempsey and lower, calve were weak to fully Heifer: standard 13.00.
ed arrangement of "'hl'and yellow *. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Thorn mother, Mr. W. J. Drmpcey. left 50c lower bull held about ate- 11600: utility $11.00-$1300; Inferior
ladloll. The rift table at the as. Joann Thomas returned home Friday for a two weeks visit with dy and steers and calve offered 111.00-112.00.
other end of the room WM covered with Mr. and Mr*. Oretham for ; relatives in Atlanta. Oa. were few. COWl; utility and low standard
with a white cloth. a few week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffin and rVeder-nUvker' heifer were '11 2&-12.00; one Inferior, $850;
To open the gift, the bride Mr*. W. 8. Ware attended the daughter, Ann are spending several weak to fully It 00 lower, steers' utility cow-calf pair 11300-
ut In a booth. zeroes the front School of Missions for Methodist days this week visiting In and cows offered were few both 113.73.
of the booth were yellow rose Woman' Society of Christian North Carolina. week Calve were weak to fully Calve: standard and low good,
I Mr. and Itn. Ot *t Z. Jones W Branfrrd annan the en- entwined with Ivy, acroa the Service held In Lakeland this II SO lower Nearly two-thirds of $00-11100; utility. $13.00-
,cement and appranrhtnc marr1.. *f their daughter, Ectber.- back of the booth was a bar of past week the supply cleared tq feeder- 11700; Inferior 111.00-114.35.
the Wedding Mr. and Mr*. A. O. Donett vis- Sunday School Clac.. stocker account while tllihtly Price paid for hog by grade
EUon Adam. on .f ).. aDd )In. Cltnter Am .< Loup CllJ.Nebraska. muclcal note featuring +srs"
Tb weddlnf. wtU be MI mud ., A.cnt 2$. at 7M ..**. March. ted relative In Deland. Mel. Plan lierthlg<< Tunlght. over one-third of the total were and Mixed weight grade were a barrow* follow: and
In UM Branfortf )IpUa..... Cbwth. N. ....tatlen. are king cent Other arrangement of yellow bourne. Miami and Lake Placid calve .
The Udells and Golden Circle gilt; 110.210 Ib*, 13360: 210-
this animal sold fol-
week While .laughter
In Miami
at past ai
and white gladioli were placed
,.t an ,,...4. and reUtlvt W th* M.pIe ar* _YAW U attend and Lake Placid the visited Sunday School Classes of the lows 340 Ib*.. 133.70: 2.0.21022.11;
the couple ,
,both th* wedding and recertton .. ,...." at th. haM .f UM ,rid.*f room.vantage poIntahroulhout Mrs. Dorsetl's brother, H. p.* First Bsptist Church In Branfordwill Steen; : one cutter, 114 BO. 180-110 Ibr. 131.73; 140-160 Ib\*,
ta. The dainty cake spun which Howell and W. F. HoweU. bold their regular monthly Heifer: utility. 00-11600; 13110; 130-140 Ib*.. lit BO.
MlH J..... received her BS degree hers Ftortda State Cnlnr- the notttu served were treated In Mr. and Mr*. D. B. Fletcher meeting tonight Thursday at cutter. $11.58-$1225. How; 110-400 Ib*., 1113011010. -
.." sad a MA derrrw frm GarrrU Ttovfocfeal ae.d..,,. 8h I* whit and decorated with yellow and family spent the week end at 1:00: pm. Cow: utility, 113 CICI.... 00. ov- .
The meeting will be held) at the Boars |l 38111.00.feeder .
.. ...... lUnglry LakeBranford :
w u a chorea and eoamaaUr worker with th* )letk. roarbud
home of Mr. Lawton Elms with pies fw lot N. 8. No.
dirt Chorchet In ChariUn sad Snaky. Owutie In GrfU. During the evening game wen Mr Different TUl'Ilu& .. $3300-13300 few
I Raymond Land a* cohostess. 2. 100-130 Ib* ;
Mr. Adam attended Kearney State c...... and terr.d In t.he played\ and prlae were awardedto Hapti. "' t WMUMrrU All member arc urged to at* A child tire of his household lot medium and U. 8. No. 3, 6073 -
V.8. Marin. CeI'*a. H* I II .nca.ed In raralaf and ranehlnf In the winner tend. there: Olve him mini different Ib*.. 11700-122.33: cull, under >
Sherman Outy. Ncbraifca.MARIE Mia nff.HottMne.Jones received many love.ly With Mr*. MOHC Mk* to break the monotony 73 Ib*., 111.33.11700.
Th WJ4.U. of the First Rapist
for the oecaalon were
Church In Branfrd met last Untilfonl Graduating!
Mr*. Drew Fletcher Mr. R. K.
Jr, and Monday night at the home of dan: Plan Reunion JULY PAINT SPECIAL
CERAMIC SHOP Hatch. Mra. E.: K. Lynch *)
Mr*. Bill Hart. Mr* V M. Mona Th graduating. class of 1MI (Du to bad wthr w. hay contlnu.d these
.. Mr* T A. Fletcher had chart*
U. 41 N r1h Wait Spring from Into
) of the program tnUtll'dhe Branford High School will Special August)
hold Its annual class reunion
COMPLETE CERAMIC SUPPLIES Can Inrrraxe Iiwrcts tithe; minimum amount. Those Saturday afternoon August It.I FLAT, SEMI GLOSS LATW:
/, LARGE: COLLECTION OF CERAMIC ITEMS: taking part on the program wen I
Cain Insecticides In pastureswhen Mr*. R. O. Orirnih. ...... D. B. beginning at 4:00: pm. $2.91 Gallon
DEALER FOR MOLDS AND KILNS they are not needed can ".tdw,. Mr*. Leona Ounter I Th reunion will be held at
Hobby Fur AD Age Children To Grandparents. cue a later Increase In Injurtou Mr* Allen Price. and Miss pan Branford Spring! ThoM attend COLORS ONLY
Inca by reducing th* number 01 Inc are being asked to bring a
natural rnemle' that normally pie basket Including a soft Builders
the BIble acrtpUir and led the Langford Supply
keep them In check. drink.
MARIE NORmS, Owner trap In purer.Mn. .
Phon 397-3201 Mow* served her Nests lltlven.t.n it.. IK.: rtin MI-IMI

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Paul ixhorU CbrUtlui to b: "tronf Cod'*armor for ChrtetUn*eoniUti of James warn of 'th* *vtl* aooom ChrUrtlan. of cannot Mcap* of appliances are SALE PRICED for this
: .0u our
in th*Lord." landing count" I truth, rlghUouwwM, the peace of puiylnff Uncontrolled paailona' for living In th* w Mould mak
strength and victory gainst 1.1I.Wu"j God, faith, ulvatlon, and His holy worldly posMMlon and 1.1I.Inivltabl. aur thty do not fall In love with 1.1I.
or an unseen power which m | Word. It mint b* rolv* Mem attractive and IU mult pleac. donned with prayer and supported by fold secret by which ChrUtluu out John 2'It-IT. Tobacco Harvest Sale!
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REV. RAYMOND WHITE ry eornf1l news \ )-

Minister, St. Luke' Episcopal Church

Last week I ended a ten-day ents because no one at home had

session at a summer camp for rising bothered to write even a postcard I Rev. P E. Day of Lake City and Mrs .Roger Clark in Jack-

fifth and sixth traders, dur- to them. And yet they were filled his appointment here Sunday sonville Tuesday.Mrs. JI
ing which I was Involved in a living able to live with their apparent I Due to some sickness and B. E. Spooner and daughter FREEZERS Chest & Upright -'
situation with seven of these rejections and to overcome the rainy weather crowds were not Mrs Dot McNeely visited _. .
accompanying anxieties. By the large but had good services Mrs I
youngsters as we shared one wing relatives in Punta Oorda a few
knowledge of Ood grace working Day came with her husband days last week and Mrs '
For good
the cabins. a McNeelyleft
of camp
in and through them, they learn- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach and for ..... Model M759AWO
many of the boys, It waa the first Saturday her in Evans-
ed to things, and to their guests Mr. and Mrs, C. C.
time that they had been away many vllle Ind. TV Black A White and Color
accept other people The ones Hemphill, and son, Wayne, of
from home on their own, and In Mr, and Mrs. Roger Clark of '
who were hard to love, who did Gainesville, visited Mrs. John
the early days of the session, the Jacksonville of
were guests Mr.
not know how to be loved, were Beach and other relatives In Per
symptoms of homesickness were and Mrs. L. C. Terry Saturdayand
quite prevalent. Except for a few taken In by the community and ry Friday Sunday ..,.
experienced something that was Mrs. Jennings Starling daughter -
Isolated, ones, most of the cases
the lacking even at home. In only ten Diane, and son Mike, of Mr. and Mrs O. D. Beach,
resolved themselves quickly In as the days, a spirit which was prob- Brooker, were guests of relatives Oary Beach, and T. P Beach
camper was caught up the ably similar to that of the early here Monday, visited Mr and Mrs Bill Bartleyand

dally routine. During camp took Church was in evidence among Mr. and Mrs. Layman and daughter, Sandra, In Fw-|
period, a marvelous change
place within the individuals. The the boys and their counsellors. daughter of Lanette, Ala., were berry Sunday afternoon.
boys learned to do everything for Parents could well profit from guests of Mr anJ Mrs. L. C. Ter- Mr and Mrs. Dalton Kennedy V VS)

themselves except cook their food. the examples of their children in ry last week end. Their son, Oary, and children of Statesboro, Oa,
They worked and played together being able to open their hearts who has been visiting the Terrys were guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack
; worshipped and studied together and souls to the Holy Spirit As for the past two months returned Kennedy a few days last week
In adults, we consider ourselves more home with them. Mrs W. II. Tldwell entertained
; ate and slept together
of being wise and more sensitive to what W. H. Tidwell and C. C. Hemp- Saturday afternoon honoring her
all, they became aware
around and hill business visitors In St. daughter Lena Pearl ( ) +..
an individual within a community is going on us yet we were on her S'e
of can never seem to approach an Petersbum Thursday. eleventh birthday A number of f
important part
a very
community for when some- I innocency of spirit that all chil- Mrs W: H Tidwell and daughter young folks enjoyed the afternoon

thing affected one, it affected all dren have. Instead we actively I Lena Pearl, and their guest, playing games The honoree received
Their actions and attitudes had a resist Oods Spirit and replaceHis Charlene Brown Oroveland. were a number of gifts Mrs t\ r 1 i {
direct bearing on the spirit of will with our will Perhapsit business visitors in Jacksonville Tldwell served cookies and iced '
to Is naive to even consider a community Tuesday.Mr. drinks
the camp and they came un- \ ,
derstand that each individualhad such as ours, being con- and Mrs. Lavaugn Cason Mr and Mrs Walter Beach and J b
responsibilities to his fellow- verted and transformed for many and children of Jacksonville were Mr and Mrs. Martin Beach and
camper. people truly feel that Is too muchto guests of Mr. and Mrs II. C. Cas- sons, Scott and Randy, of Gainesville ,
expect. But It Is )possible. The on last week end. were guests of Mr and Mrs AUTOMATIC DRYERS '
The study sessions, including
Holy Spirit makes Ills presence Miss Linda Terry visited Mr.Pine. Willie Beach Sunday.
related art and craft work, were
known in family groups, and in
from the Book of the Acts of the

.1 Apostles.. Appropriate sections larger sessions groups There such are as many these camp centuries I Level r You never have to defrostAND
were used to show how Odd'sHoly
Spirit waa able to change of the history of His Presence ONLY 28" WIDE MOBILE MAID DISHWASHERS
changing men and communities -
the lives of men; to give them i I Mr and Mrs William Moore Rev Charles Johnson of Perry
beginning with the accounts -
courage In the face of -rnnrw trlale. I visited Mr and Mrs H M Moore spent Saturday night with Mr.
In the Book of Acts we -
and tribulations;: to iiit the Saturday night I and.Mrs W L. Olive r
know it Is possible for Clod to
course of their lives as they change the ways of individuals, Mr and Mrs Jorgen Brorsen Mr. and Mri H M. Moore visited
sought to tell the story of Jesus of families of communities and and daughter, Clara of Live Oak Mr. and Mrs J. P. Toole Friday
the Christ, crucified and risen visited Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes night.
of nations We may have to look
from the dead, to help them be
Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs Norman Anders
to the trusting love of our children -
obedient to Gods will in sending Mr and Mrs Windell Harper and children visited friends In
to find out how this is accomplished
them out to preach the Gospel; I and children of Fernandina Gainesville Saturday

and to remain faithful to their Beach attended srevlces at Pine Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes
Lord in every aspect of their lives Level Church Sunday. were supper guests of Mr. and
Hopefully, we transmitted to the Miss Joan Anders and Norman Mrs Ernest Holmes Saturday
Not NewThe
boy some conception of the fn4l1rallt'ct! Anders spent the week end In Or- night Y

workings of the Holy Spirit In practice of insurance Is not lando visiting Mr and Mrs. Mason Rev, Charles Johnson was din..
their lives This was shown to be a modern Innovation. The Phoenicians Hendry ner guest of Mr and Mrs. A. L.
evident in their communal life Greeks, and Romans In Miss Denise Moseley apent Clark Sunday
where many suffered from a sense early times had some type of insurance Sunday with Elaine Anders The. Community Sing will beheld

of rejection rejection by follow particularly shipping Insurance Mrs Harry Lepper visited Mr. at Pin Level Church Sat-

campers because they were and sickness and death and Mrs Drew Holmes Tuesday urday night, Au>. 7, at I pm.
"different", and rejection by par insurance night Everyone Is cordially Invited.

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: ':-(9.Pfl. :e/led fh -- I Announce Engagement For Lingerie Miss Shower FletcherThe Mrs.For Miss McLeod Tina Entertain Fletcher S"cidlj JYew. P"tlicalioIJ PO/Cl/

t. PI Beta Phi House at FlorIda Mrs. W. Z. McLrod was hostess A new policy pertaining to society: news In this newspaperwill
State University, Tallahassee at a luncheon at the Holiday Inn become effective: Immediately It was announced this week.
WOM N i was the scene of a lingerie shower In Lake City on July 24 for Miss The new rules are as follows:
recently when Miss Tina Tina Fletcher I. Wedding and social Information submitted more than 10
| .Fletcher, bride-elect of August An arrangement of yellow roses DAYS after such events occur will be reported only In brief form
was feted was placed on the bride's table
and will Include only those Items
i to
I necesary Identify
CLARA S. Hostesses were Bridesmaids and
WADSWORTH. Society Editor yellow gladioli mums, and the individuals or event
Miss Lynn Rodgers of Birmingham daWN on the other table to carry
I Ala., Miss Myra Hancock of I out the yellow moUf. 2. Bridal publication forma will be provided brides and prospective
Luncheon Given Miss Brim I'arty I h avans, Miss Valerie Barnes of Yellow rows and poufs of yellow brides on request Requests can be made either by tele.
St. Petersburg, and Mrs Reginald net and yellow satin bows attached phone or by letter. Forma will be mailed on request
For Miss Fletcher Honoree Friday I I McNeill of this city to white cards marked the 3. One bridal picture or engagement will be used without

Mrs 8. T. McDowell entertained Miss Olenda Brim, brideelectof Floral arrangements of carnations places charge and must be not over 4x5 In size Olomy prints must be
with a luncheon Saturday atone August 22, war honored with a I and gladioli were used The honoree was presented provided and this newspaper reserves the right to determine
o'clock In the private dining miscellaneous bridal shower last throughout he living rooms. with a corsage of white carnations whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut
room of the "Big Dixie" Restaurant Friday night In the social: hall of ; *' Original games were played from the hotitews. Miss for use in the newspaper.
honoring Miss Tina Fletcher the Westwood Baptist Church I with prise being won by the Fletcher also received a gift from 4. If
brideelect.Greenery Hostesses for the occasion were k housemother. Mrs. Elizabeth Aua. Mn. McLeod. more than one picture U submitted and used a charge
wu placed at one Mra. Buford Ratliff. Mrs. Donald tin and Miss Mandy Harby of Present were Mra. Evelyn: will be made to cover the cost of the additional cut used.
end of the room. I Williams. Mrs. Henry McHveen..r Jacksonville.The Fletcher, mother of the bride- 5. In reporting social Items It U requested that married
The U shaped table was overlaid and Mra. C. O. Palmer.A I guest of honor was presented elect from Jacksonville, Mrs R. women be Identified by their husband'a name, not by their
with white over pink and pink and white motif was I many lovely gifts as mementos II. Justice of Lake City, grandmother Christian names. This applies especially to reports of women's
garlands of greenery were drapedon carried out with the refreshment of the occasion.Refreshments of the bride, Mrs Wm. R. organizations
the cloth skirt To further table covered with a white cut. were served to Slaughter, mother of the groom- e. Deadline for Items to be used on the Woman's Page must
carry out the pink and white work tablecloth over pink; at one Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klstlrr the twenty-five friends Invited to elect. Mrs H 11. Slaughter paternal be turned' In to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10.00:. am.
motif war a large pyramid design end a crystal teardrop candelabra I Bowen announce the engagement attend. grandmother ofhe each Tuesday morning
of pink and white carnations on holding unite candles with .f their daughter Mb e groom-elect from Perry, and MlM 1. Telephone number of the Democrat for all news 1s J431734
a background of pink net pooh an arrangement of pink and Helen Revel to James Monroe Mrs.ViHittnl.\ .", CitesIlridesmaids Minnie Slaughter aunt of the -
Intermingled with the carnations white gladioli, pink roars coral Lee ef Birmingham. Ala. on groom-eleot from Perry, Mrs. Allison -
was bab,' -breaUl. accenting the vine and plumosus fern at the son at Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Luncheon Scott Miss Gall Williamson
design was on one tide a clusterof other end a large crystal punch Guy Lee of Boas. Ala. The Mrs Robert Brock Jr.. Mrs. 31 Its Fletcher Coffer Honoree
frosted wedding bells with bowl encircled with Ivy and pink wedding' will be S......,. Ser- Mra. Everett: L. Williamson en NDI'IIIan____ ___ _I'muman p_ m____. _Kfr. _*_._. UTvntAfll__ ._un__ !
pink satin clappers and on the gladtoU. In the middle of the tomber 3. at JJ: ,.m. In the fifth tertained Sunday, July twenty- lIarvard. Mn. W. H, Williams Miss Tina Fletcher, brideelectof Mra. Allison Scott. The table was
other pale green grapes, formingthe table a large lazy; Susan. with Fast Metbodbt Chortb. A n.ef'ptlon at one o'clock with a bridesmaids Mrs. 8. T. McDowell Mrs Fred August war honored with a overlaid with a pink linen cloth
base for the pyramid were nuts and mints surrounded by will follow In Fellow luncheon In her home on Olasa. and Mra. Hal Fletcher. coffee on Saturday morning, July and held a dainty arrangementof ,
spike of shell pink gladioli this wedding cookies and assorted ship Hall. Madison Marymao Street for Miss Blends Miss Ennels McLeod assisted U, at the Educational Buildingof pink and white gladioli.
design centered the U table. On cookies. T.11.1.- _/- .-. .......-.-.1.' Roberta. Mra. Wendell-- f_..n't_* _..- her mother In entertaining the First Baptist Church with Quests were greeted by Mn.
either side of the U were Identical The hostesses presented the of Madlion High Seaeot. agradual. slated In serving Mrs Harvey W. Perry, Mrs. W Kf.Jernlgan Perry Mn fez 'Mrs. Robinson.
pyramid designs of pink and guest of honor with lingerie for X-Raj Technklan .( I cutwork The table was overlaid with -I Enjrajied Pair Feted Mra. Julian M. RobIn. Mill Fletcher, Mrs Evelyn Fletcher
white carnations with delicategreenery her wedding trip. the School of RadiologicalTechnology. flower tablecloth. A permanent I son Mra. John Castleberry, and of Jacksonville, mother af
u the background bebyst Friends of the Westwood baptist I'nlvenity of Alabama .-...- --arrangement- -adorned. the With Informal SupperThe >> Mrs. Ralph II. Cox aa hiuteaiea. the bride-elect and Mra. Wm.
t >reath and dainty net poufs Church gave the bride-elect: aBrtde' and IllUman OlDie with'anane miniature Mace carat decorated home of Mr. and Mrs. Wyl- Arrangements of pink and Randall Slaughter mother of the
I accented the arrangement, from Bible for her to carry In where he la presently employ bon marked orchids and rib\>> ton Oaaton was the setting recently white gladioli with ireenery were groomelect.Mn. .
I the top of the pyramids fell satin her wedding edt Miss Roberts the places. for an Informal barbecue placed In the entrance foyer and Jemlgan and Mrs. Caatfoberry -
II streamers of, pink also formingthe Also present with the honoree Mr. lo .b a gradaate of Boss with gifts.presented her attendants supper honoring Mill Tina on the piano with palms placedat served and were assisted
bane for the pyramids were and hostesses were Mra. Arnold Illlh School. Sneod JanlorCollege Present with Fletcher and Dill Slaughter, with advantage polnta about the by Mill Karen Perry, Miss Slnka
shell pink spikes of gladioU. Brim. mother of the honoree and with an AA degree. her mother. Mrs Miss Roberta were Mr. and Mn. Kenneth Fouraker, room. Koff Miss Boob! Davla Was
Marking the place for the Mra. Mamie Sandlln. mother of V"I"....Fly of Alabama with a Mrs John Warner, hex Roberta Mr and Mrs. Henry Folsom The coffee table was overlaid Mary Day Webb, and MU Martha
guests were noafgayi of silk pink the groom-elect. US degree' and U MOW a haler mother of \heroom..lfO& Donald Cake and Mr and Mrs. with a pink linen cloth with the Land.
atome. ...... Mrs. Donald Hart- ClMton as hoaU. silver ochre
forget-me-nots. e4leal' I. at the fnlver- loub service at one end The honoree
sliter of received a gift of
Mr*. McDowell presented the ( S...... at MrCrimMTs ally of Alakaaaa.Mi Mra. Franclene\ Barnes the groom-elect Miss The serving table was centered and a floral arrangement of pastel cut glass from the hostesses.ADprozimatety .
honoree her mother. Mrs. Evelyn Ru with an arrangement of summer asters In a tall silver contain-
by 100 called during
I Richardson. Miss
Fletcher of Oall WU.Damson flowers and the bride's table witha at the end
Jacksonville. Mrs. Slaughter of er other Silver trays
Perry paternal the
and appointed bowL
Fletcher Reveals Wenda Lewis.e .
Wm. R .Slaughter mother of the grandmother of the groom-elect I "* bridal arranltmt'nt.The holding party fonda and silver .
groom-elect, and Mrs. H. II. with eonacea. Plan Fur Wedding Cotton tops all fibers' In use hall' presented. the couple! compote of nuts completed the The rose bush can supply more
with a vegetable dish In their table.
The honoree received the WU- blooms
from Miss Tina Fletcher and suitable for cutting than
hones a pair of silver and crystal llam R. Slaughter II will exchange Jerry selected china pattern. Keeping the bride's book: was any other flowering shrub
Fletcher brothers of the Present were Rudolph Fletcher :
If you were) born In compotes. vows Saturday. August bride-elect. Reggie MeNelll father of the bride-elect, Mr.
Present with the hostess and seventh at eight o'clock In theFirst Branch
Kennon. Boyd Coarsey of and Mrs Wm. ,
honoree Mra. Evelyn Fletcher Church In LIve Oik. Slaughter parents *
I I August of an odd were Baptist
and Edward
I Slaughter the Eddie
of groom-elect
Mrs. Wm. R. Miss of
Slaughter Attendant are maid honor.
numbered brother ofh.. groomelect.will Slaughter Mn. Iris Mill FRIER
year, renew Byrd MUSIC CO.
Minnie Slaughter of Perry Mrs. Miss Cathy Brown of Gainesville;
be Junior usher Sammy Perry Sheryl Folsom Mn John lull!, says .
\ I 1your\ drivers licna. W. L. Tedder' &.. Mrs. David Me- Bridesmaids are MUa Oall Willlamaon. will
serve aa best and Tammy Tull and
man Bobby Fletcher
s NeW Br.. Mrs. Warren L. TedderJr Mra. Robert Brock Jr.. .
Jerry Rudolph Fletcher Br. father
this month. Mra. Robert Brock Jr. Mn. Miss Lynne Rodrera of Birming
of the bride-elect: will give her 1 .
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Reggie McNelU. Mrs. Frank Futeh ham. Ala. KIM Myra Hancock of In marriage.All iantic Key FactorThey :. : ;; .iY : :
Jr.. Mrs. Marvin Phllllpa Jr. Mra. Havana and Mill Valerie Barnes '_<>H
Reece Brown friends and I ,
relative art Invited probably, will never be
Tom Cheek. Mrs. Niels Broraen.Mra. of St. Petersburg; Nancy Kay
W, Z. McLeod. Mrs. FredFlssell Applegate cousin of the bride to the wedding' and reception called plaatle stnwberrtea but th
COUNTY JUDGE and Mrs. Louie C Wa$. will be flower gtrU I Immediately following In the fact U plastic rather than straw U
worth. Ushers are Robert Fletcher andREDI i iI Educational Building neat to the now the key factor In the production
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aaa en.'.,. Floriaa. at his afflc IB thcourt 8. ll'tftt" W. 101.... f*.t t* tk l>
Gillette Scout TroopTo kom of aM Count, al U.. Oak etntorlln of But Rood lit.
WASHINGTON Florid within .!. ....01.. nonthi from CoiUlnlni ..ilt BCFM nor .r w... 'JxeliulT
Reports FromWashington Hold Fashion ShowThe tha tI... of th* tint publication of thai of su5tS.t. rood rich ft .....
'p aotlca. Two aopla' af **ih lalm' or d. the Brop.rt7 of th* k.lr. .' JL.. '
Cadette Scouts of Troop used ihnll W In wrltlnc, .... ihnU ... 'riwet" '. I
REPORTBy Jl: th. plae. of lwildne and pat offlea'
No. 417 will have a "Back To .0101... af th. claimant, and hall W PARCEL NO. ....1 SECTION ITIlt.StOl I
School Fashion Show" at the worn ta hy th* .1.1......, kl.. aront. a. RlGUT-Or-WAY
attorney and Meompanl4. hy. ISIS.. f*. oft
Elk's Lodge Thursday evening. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND of eaa dollar and ....h .aI.! or d..nd r.rJ rl of SE{ of :
August 19 at 7:30: p.m. Styles United States Senator not a* Mod .he II W **ld. of Skit of th* MBH: ofE 8..15.54IA

MYRA ELLEN OWENS T_.. I, S *outk. Rut. It 1:*... ."..
modeled will be for the first grade .
As Old..In I. ...,... of tha Estal: ..
III NWK of SWU of NWH and
By DON FUQUAU. Miss on through school. Tickets Arthur Wlllla. Kn''.." AKA of > 51k
The Viet Nam Decision In Dlrksen Reapportionment Amendment I A. W. Enlcht: AKA "Td" Knlnjht, 8W 4 ( NW4 w<4 tk lilt at
be obtained from Ca- of NW14, .!! hi Bctlo. IT, Tow..klp
may any addition to carrying an unusually Subject Of Debate 4eao4 I ...
S. CongressmanI both Ra.. )l E Lrln M>kId
dette Scout. Proceeds from the heavy burden of legislative business Thla week the Senate has been 10-11 of and wltkln tt f.., of th. .ar..*r
lln. of But Rod lit (.lont04) off
will that the
go for crafts the Congress ha been waiting debating, among other matter, S. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Uoa ITIIt.tttl. MM ntnr Urn* bolt

was pleased to see passed by renewal and community facili troop has been unable to do for watching and participating J. Rea. 2, the so-called Dlrksen IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT SUWANNEE OP FLORIDA COUNTY. 4..rrlb4. M follower
financial reasons. ComnnF a5 tk* ut tin. of 8ttlMIt .
the Congress a measure provid- tiesWhile personally in our own minds and Amendment governing reipportlonment IN CHANCERY Town.hip t Boath, Ran*. It Eaitat

ing for a constitutional amendment there were a number of Jenny Ross Melissa Rogers hearts, while President Johnson of which I am a co. PARTITION.J. a point lit.47 fort ..- frmn
that would see the office ol provisions which I felt were need Johnnie Lee Porter and Becky and his close advisors have been sponsor. Senator Dlrksen got his Plaintiff, uhf BB is.anwr MM point of tk*Wine NCH*a of tk Mid. _BMUM ofa I

Vice President of the UnitedStates ed the main provision under Edwards from this troop and going through the course of careful amendment to the Senate Floor Lxv158INCLAIR eon conea** I* ,Ito tooth halnf a
JOHN COBB ladlat. .
of ..
554.11 foot, .eo tram '
filled In the event of a vacancy Title I was completely out of Nancy Mason from Thomaston analysis and agonized IOU 1. by attachment to an innocuous CHARLES COBB, and ALFRED ......, Waria> *f N. ?lftf W. ... I

and for the Vice Presi- keeping with my concept of the da., spent two weeks at Camp searching relative to Viet Nam resolution In the same manner by COBB .ortkWMUrlr, woos and .outkwMtorlraV
Defendant ..
>n( I4 car*. tkrouik an ..** .,
dent to Acting President free enterprise system. As originally Chewenwaw, the Girl Scout Camp the President' IN THE NAME! OP .
serve aa which preceded which my anti-poll tax bill (now 11 '' 10' a .t.taa<* at lilt fad I*
If the President should become proposed Title I provided a near Green Cove Springs Nancy Fed- THE STATE or FLORIDA th* .ad ft MM earn.*. ... thM. B
announcement to the
public Wednesdayof the 24th Amendment
Ta ......., Sinclair whoa* lat .kavwnaddraoi ...eo.It" W. ".... frt to Ik. poll' of
disabled. If this amendment Is massive subsidy for what was Edwards was on the outpost his decision. No one can be eral Constitution) reached the 1 !. Roat B. Boa Ill. Co. clnnlnr.. of. Ml4 >..*.. N.., ... 56...*
three-fourths of the termed moderate income fami- which spent a week in the Great I the terrible Sums,.. Goomlol ,Jobs. Cobb, Charles N. ..'..'..* E. ".... ,.*. to th* k..
approved by Mountains National Park happy about problem Floor several years ago. I strongly Cobb and Alfred Cobb wh_ .... ... .. of a ear.* _<... to tk. walk
states, It will become the 25th lies as well as indigent families. Smoky which confronts us In that remote ) favor the constitutional ap- 4miM ar* City of Detroit. 8I: kavlac a radlna *f *t<.II f.t. natkrnc

amendment to the Constitution. A tenant's rent would be subsidized and hiked the Appalachian Trail spot of Southeast Asia Yet most I to the reapportionment of Mkbi.ut. sad to all, porooa h anba....1..),, aui an4 aoatha -
proach ln. er elalmln. an In.....' In the .tor', alone. MM .nr.. tkrwick aa
I had Introduced a measure In in an amount up to the difference of us here in the Congress approve problem; it reserves to the citizens 'following 4rribod Und In Suw.n.Be and. of ll'trif a "..._ *f Ml IIfwl
the fair market Coaaty, Florida to th.. Ml lla. ., Sortlo. T....
between It
of the Congress
the early days Post Here To the course decided upon by of each state the right to apportion The Southweet .......r of th. Boathwest hip t South, a.... II East soot line
providing for this presidential rent for the unit and onefourthof Legion the President, and will support one House of their legislatures quarter ., _,lost SC. la T.... of WtloB' IT. T_..... t Bouts .....

succession The assassination! of the tenant's .Income. Income Hold Meeting Tonight him in carrying It out. We are on some basis other than ship tha .1om.feet R...thereof. U East.o4 IMSSit loss .II l.t fro*). at Ik..N point W *oran I7lt> ..II, aM f.*t B awttbr1 '*tMMIT -

President Kennedy brought cetlinee would h-. net for individual -- Suwannee Post- No. 107.the- glad that there will be no immediate population If they so desire With feet square In tW ....,"" .., thiiM. from a tamers 1oooorI... at
need for cities in admlnstering the corner of the above described. ...... 75Sr11" E .. aonthoMterlf ....
sharply Into focus the of the National situations existent In
calling the differing
American Legion will hold its up You and Mch of you ... kerebf l>etU ..Id can.* throatk aa anal* ., lttl'4fa
restudy of this problem. In thisfastpaced rent supplement program and regular monthly meeting here tonight Guard and Reserve We are relieved the various states, a single pat- fled that a salt In eonlty has bomhroucht ".- *f ttt.II ,... to th. ..4 of
world where there Is would vary accordng to the locality ...1.., yoa ky. ... W. W.II.. .... oarr*. ran ,....... B. tl4ttf* E.
(Thursday) at 7:30: pm at that the commitment of tern of distribution of legislatively In th. .... styled. earl ... rea ... 1141.It fad to Ik. k-ilnnlnr, of so....
danger of a nuclear attack, It Is and number of persons per the Legion Home on the old Mad- additional manpower I Is no greater repro sensation Ifni ,41I not b.robv ....-...... .d..d .-..- p.gN.d rmra.. to th. NE ...>,ln. a nd'.. of
Imperative that this nation pro- living unit. Tables submitted as announced. We ble'qultab ; to file year wrttun answer or dofeneos.to I ttt.It ,**'. ... lk..* **atlMa trly.,
than that .
ison Road.A I solve the the complaint filed b.rm..oSoet *oaIn .lon. ..M far*., ....... total **nIral -
vide an orderly succession to Its examples of income limits for covered dish supper will be thought President Johnson did Repeal Of RIght-To-Work Law saM ra..* I. th* ." ..* ., the Clerk I anl.* of 11*..' 4l>taa** of 144.44
highest office families in larger cities ranged I I of the Circuit Court la and for ..... fH t* th. *a4 at MM tar., sad *a4
right In calling the matter againto Violates. State Constitution --
served prior to the business ses nee County, Florida. IB tha Court Ho.. ..rr. 5s.A *.
from an Income of $6900 in the attention of the United Na- Within the next few weeks the la U*. Onk. Florida an *r kefiW dA.LSO i
sion. All members are urged to Itth 4>y of......". ..... end sir*. .. .
Philadelphia to a high of $8,900 re i.1 Mud I. IW NE1 of SLIP
Florida State University In tions. We regret that the govern Senate will act the proposalto
be present by Adjutant O. M. upon copy af suck answer or defenses aw. ef NEU af Sertloa IS. Tewo.klp f
Tallahassee has been selected as a In New York City. Todd. ment of South Viet Nam 1* not repeal Section 14 (b) of the t. W. Brrson.' : Plalntlfra I Attora. mmrm.In. MlS.ss It Cut described ast
whoM address Is Ll.* Oak. Flamta.on .. ,... .
amendment was Rouadod HI hy tW eewtkweet.erty
Southern Center for Research in Fortunately an more stable and dependable. The Taft-Hartley Act. The effect of or krfor ..M ...* aa rwaalnd b, I It foot risk *f way Hoe of But

College Instruction of Science adopted to rewrite the section to Increase In draft calla Is of course repeal would be the abolishmentof law RM4 S-lll-A. wooded *a 55..wtb-
eligible TW antur* ., the salt. U .. aarllwna erly. hy the northerly. foot rliht of
Mathematics It Is a testimonial limit eligibility to persons and the conclusionthat law. Florida Is
Seed Dead NecklacesLook necessary rIght-to-work frartlon af ..101 tend ._ Mid ., Ma* af Stole Rood "'. nk. ......
to the excellence of the for pubic housing, but I am fear- additional funds will be one of the 19 state presently PUIntlff aa4 MM DofMdaata .. aid udb.s.d.4aslb.NWNt5.wd
for of
faculty and facilities at FSU that ful that efforts will be made in necklaces of return seed beads,summer twinedIn needed seem Inescapable. All In having such law; In our state salt TW ..... of th. Got .. which Ikhlsalt radla. *.....af concave ft ,.... ,..&.IW. carra MW..baewif..* tan a

this great institution was named future years to expand these pro all, I think It U a fair statement there 1* a right-to-work provisionin has Wea ...,It.... to a* Irrat aW*. ..., to tW southwesterly It foot rwjklof
numerous strands of orange, ....... ... th. J..hrlaU4. tHk to ibis .., Mac of But Bead 81IIat
as the site for this 18-unlverslty visions. yellow blue or a mixture of col that while no one !U satisfied with our Constitution. The House : MM la ... W. ..na.* ... Ul Bnehilr.t I5.Mw.4.5.44err.sodSa..54t

program. I voted against this bill becauseit the situation In Viet Nam. almost voted repeal by a very close mar .. to tW northerly II feet rlo-kt of way1m .
ors, the clasp in gold tone. I It la hereby ordered. tkt Ik!* enter ...,.
would those hardworking ef Reed lit relocated ., th.
The center will devote Its efforts penalize everyone here approves the firmness gin: thlA week. I will oppose the ... .otk..5.11 W pakllsh4 anca oark eathwealerly ... f aaM

to improvement of undergraduate citizens who have work- of the President and the restraint repeal effort just a* I supported wk fr foe ..._.u.* .**... {m ....10U..tIoail ALSO ear**,

teaching in the fields ed to own their own homes by (Renew Your Subscription) which he snowed, and the original Tan-Hartley bill and ) IB.. .II....*.....ta LI 0-*. .Oak..... **aaawiMper af A NEH Mrwl ft af SoetlM...* ta tW II. NKH Towasklp af.sin toath.

of science and mathematics and Having them pay taxes in orderto feels that he acted carefully after voted to override President Truman's ...w Cs...,, PlarMa. and ...me Raaie It Cask doaerlW4 Ml)
fonoral ,......tIoa .. ."..._ Caitat: .
who Bounded ea tW aeulk ky tW north
research in related fields. subsidize rent for many volunteer fire department securing all possible knowledge.The veto of It. In my opinion FlorMa.WITNESS. It fool rich of way. Its of Slat* R4

are as well off financially as they problem has become the most repeal would flagrantly violate ., 10... .. Clerk af the lit .....,... Section .71........ bean

By a foVof; 245 to 169. the are. It would also reduce the traditional I spoke to the House last week difficult one which confront our the right of Florida citizen to I.Circuit 11'.Court Oak. and I...tbs..seal Csst of .sold. FlorMa.this C..". 44 foot M rlajkt tW of SW way ky tW Ha nartkeaowrly af Slot 'Ra4 4t

House hat passed the Housing incentive of the American about the continued need of this nation and will probably remain decided this issue for themselves. 141k day af ".1, A. D. Ittt.SCAL 10...-. sad beanoed *a tk. MR ky. IWar
people to work and save in ( : ) af car** esn aa .. IW KB batta-.
and Urban Development Act of nation to solve our continuing such for many month as we If'ekto LAVAtTGHN A. SESSIONS albs af lit '.... saM cure kern

1965 which Is described as a order to own their own homes. 1 of balance of paymentswith stop the advance of commu- Clerk. Clrealt CouH ....., to tW aertkeaelerty It fool rtakt
I ....._ o.r1.54.. of line af Btato .. ..
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:measure to assist In providing I foreign nations. This problem nism and at the same time avoidan Public Notices .... NW ead of *.M .cure*a4 toayeal- al IW MIW

housing for low and moderate Income Last week I appeared before seems rather remote in our all-out Asiatic land war North It foot ruikt ., way. ...* af
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD But Reed III. .... .| ,... ......
families to promote order the Governmental Operations 1 dally lives but it is a basic problem Two Agriculture Measure Approved NOTICE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN rt.D FOB! o coM car**.

ly urban development improve Committee urging passage of a and one of the most Important The Senate ha passed 1 will aot W oo.roo.1154154 any Beets SUWANNEE COUNTY.. AT LAW.. I Aitd
living environment in urban bill which I Introduced which mad ft becks. shad ky ..,... did A parrel ., ha4 IB SWH af !'.u-
facing our nation. two bill relating to tobacco and &I... .fMlf.It'll STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT: OP af NEH d.MS0.154.ISdal.*
areas and to extend and amend would permit the donation of I peanuts which I Introduced last CUrrolf w. Oa&ENI FLORIDA* aa A.w*p af Ik. Btato by mctos oo4 kaaa** as folWwcl *
of Florida.a4.
I I CammMclac o* Ike oaet Moo at Bee.
r I laws relating to housing, urban surplus government property to The Small Business Administration March. One amends the Agricul. Ilea II, TowMklp t ...... Rene III

r has approved a loan of tural Adjustment Act so a* to extend NOTICE STJWANNEE COUNTY a Palk..... East al -t ttt It foot aewtWrly\
|..,...*. of IW a.... W FterMe, from IW NE of MM I'
BoeUaB It.MM .
1312.000 for the Suwannee River for an additional two year I wilt net W nsponelbla for u, 4eat ,...,....... corner
.. .. otk.r poral Wra* *a IW ar* af a **re*
mad. .. checks ilesed kr ....
; Cattle Cooperative of Mayo. Cattle provisions permitting the lease of sass a.rtif. K. L PRIYE7T N ...L.tM.sd..S.. naisw to ... ooatk M.... a Miss
af ...... foot tkeae
: ITS HERE! THE ALL NEW MF 150 producers over the state have Flue-cured tobacco acreage allotments 4LLINC: JOYCE roaD ....... ml M. tl..f. -
formed this cooperative to feed The other extend for two OP FMINrNT: DOMAIN wl o4 aaathwvotorly slot

t The 3-plow row-cropper of the rugged new Massey- out their cattle In the final stagesof year. 1966-67 the exemption of IN THE COURT SUWANNIE or THE COUNTY.COUNTY PROCEEDINGS a MM....car-.-** throork of 14*tt aa forl Mat to ft Ik It-tT'lt-* ... mlaM

JUDGE, IN THE NAME OPTHE oarr. raa thus .. S1'.....- W.
production, and'it U expectedto boiled peanuts from the federal SIAaII 4. IN PROBATE.EATHUUNE .
tt foot, thoao *. IT'lftt
E. Itft
Ferguson tractor breed 'in 4 front-end styles provide a. tremendous boost for acreage control .,.tem. Congressmen Ilf alt: E.mt..e: B. P...TRIa.oeoeML TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I. MSb. ...... of ..._... of IWparool
AND ro of hia4 Wrornafw _..... _
cattle production In the state. Billy Matthew and Don Fu- s4 BEBBtE
H PRIVCTT hie arlf hM a. I lfal-.
With Advance Ferguson M pad to
new Increased-capacity B same
The Cooperative President Is qua have similar legislation pending T. An.Cretan. sal Pereowo 1.W EaiateiVM HaolaiCkleM M. "II.Y.TT.e" reeMeaea .....*.. aa IW *iittbt aorthwoit II fvM riantaf
D-a e4. A554w Ie .50....
System new automated operating ease new Harlow Land of Mayo. The farmer In the House. and Mil ., you ..* hereby aoilfk H O 'R.VETI' and hi.* .1/.. MAR ,...war.. arthMiarly Ns ft OM Slat.!.**.Roa4 MlottaaII.... rB

organization plan to constructa Federal Housing; Bill Opposed >4 and required I* preBl any claims Jolla PRIVET ."-. .las* kaowatMHten ,.ol vibe of sop. Ito. of MM OM BUM
l and dewiaad which ,w. *r *Mbr of ** ...... Is ...*.,>* C... .... lit wow W ft foot ...
beefed-up rugged toughness. Call of Since last newsletter the Senate )
power new feedlot operation capable my ., hae .t.stk. Mint aortkwMiarly IT foo ann ar .... MW
handling 6000 head of cattle. Officials 1 has paned the federal hous- K.th.r54. .. Pr l***. doseMod} '* ef e'l.w"i.rnn.. ......, wWoo" kelCwantr. "..., of ..........
for demonstration I ..14 loaaty.. to Ik* Coaaty .sits of 5..5 ........ ./dew M 5.4..5. ALSO
a today of the coop said that the log bill and also adopted the conference ....... County. FlerMa. .. his. of fir. ......., A1d545/wk44/154.f I "

: operation will purchase huge report. I voted' against I 54 tho **url kM of MM Coat .1 ETHEL PRIVET RACKIf and Wrkm NW 54 d 5..45.. U.: T.w..bst I MSS,
1 LI** Oak. FlorMa. .4tb..5..5..d.! .... V. B. HAGEN whoo* hut ..... II ......... ay BMIM ... Woo*
amount pf grain being producedIn this program. My principal reason month (raw) tW tI!,_ af th. first pehIcetloa known rosMone ....... I Ie Saw***** a* follow. *i *

ALLBRITTON BROS.TRACTOR the area and would provide a for opposing it wa the Inclusionof I.. at tkhJ __ TW *ple ofoack ('_01,. PlorMnMTRT1CB < Coojnuof: *a ,.. wot Ha. ft Bo..
claim ar .._*. shall W m writI. PRIVETT ntTNTER sad Wr ,... IT. Towmoalp t Boatk.MM .. ..... I'
tremendous economic boost to a provision giving dowel federal nad shall stai* l5I.' tt r..5a. ...... i. HUNTER.. ."--*. led Ras55 5 s.O1 $
Mayo and Lafayette County subsidies for rent payment It "*.. ..d pool office. ..: of Ik; known ......_ address la 1..... 1.. 15. NW ..s'J'--"i7.
.laI...". and fell. k* sween to ky. .... Coaaty. FtorMo .
Wt .
potat *( *a IW af a ,54.
CO. wins to me that him I* another mlaunl, kle unit, 54 altonwy and e*. MARY PassEr SCOTT a widow.wkoo -.* to tale ooalk .*... ra4la af

Ai of July 23, several major step toward a socialistic and paternal .*mnaale4 ky flMoafM of eee dollar .*., knew* rooMeaee address 114.It f.... lkM.. froai B teacoal..-
sad sack kin er **mmmt Mt rM Is Bradoaloa, PlorMaiSMCLUR B.
215 W. KTH ST. 382-2381 bills approved by the Senate and government, and It also tall k. .de. PRIVET ....... wWooJnM-" tea>>af MM Tl'lfll-vwroa ..rwa.Io M011.0.tartyahw .o oat I* of

House In different forms awaited afford a ready tool for political W. .J...4.1.541.50dth.L.t.t.dENb.5.PRATHE. 5.555 _...... ..... Ie ... .. .ttf4l- 4totao af It*ft foot toW
At .... pl.rM.lCLARA ,. on4 ft MM ...... ..
final action. A water pollution misuse. L ,.,...., Lod PRIVET ....... ..... Mal tt.4ttt E. I...tarr... ,*...ra to* ,... ......

bill has now been sent to con Voting Right Conferee Agree ll-U 5.55. 1.11.. ....... Se ar4.a- ala. of **r** oaa we to IW MB Wola -

ference to resolve a dispute over I am glad that. In conference IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OP THf. NRtl rww.I. N. 8CO'T1'. whan Iset knownreoMeaee aoatkononty. a ra4la af...Ittt.. _aM It .foot-...la "-Sb0.-.....

federal water quality standards on the voting right bill the THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFrtORIDA .....*.. to till 141k Aeoe. aaaa> of ttll.lra 4tuao* .. .....
which prevented final action on House receded from its adamant IN CHANCERY JOHNBON. nHew (sins of a It'tltf* E. raa a B.laatia 11.11'11"bw.1uI M.

a similar bill.SenateHouse. stand that the bill should Include MORTGAGE PORECL09URECOT 55.5. M. 0. 1.: J.h..w\ ss.. It fort to ,... Potat af Booms. af MMparoal
.. ( I. HAL .>4 ku wtt. last ..... ruldinai a4sss I* IIIN af Iaa4 .......,... 4oitrlki4 aaMonl
conferees on the a provision attempting to knock IUEU.EN: R.w.. &. .
W. lay as. .. Psmasna BOM* ..
Wane IW
*B Mlatla .5 II
Cash & Carry Building Material fiscal 1966 foreign aid author- out tate and local poll taxes In ... .....,,,,. FlorMali IW rlakl ft way No. of OM But Road

'$fr. ? ration met without success July the four states where they still a'1IARD DeWMTII ... .R.. THOMAS THOMS *wkooo o4 al*...sM.. kaaw.*.AIUOoa. roe*. ,111 cot. Makt.. 11..5 af way Wootoriy Mo. of. OM aloo Btat* ...Ra4. tt

21 for the tenth time In an attempt prevail While I hope for their LUCY' WAII..oa11l. 4ea* ..._. la Daeal c:...". Pwe.Ma. Is.5dawd455..e..* ar ....
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I Phone 242-5566 of 1411 I. ..*... "..... Jaekta -
ran Ikoao* -5.vlp It 151 N
\ 5 p55S
to Iron out difference between speedy elimination by the states NOTICE Of rORlCLOSURE ALE
1 wva54. *B IW. ooolkraa .... wi 5501. 1-54 ....
the two version of the bill. themaetve I do not believe this NmS. to kmtr si.w IIMI UM M- .d .. b osS. IT/15.1.11
300 5. Patterson 4..54. I..as.b. A. iiiilm CWklk Mvif .:---.t..: i= :n fMs5.b..o.lp
, Conferee bare resolved difference can be done constitutionally by a d > 01..15 CMrt. *._... Cwntr, ...... n.ie..54. Mm.at -'d11a..; 55, thoac from t5. Boom.

GEORGIA son legislation dealing with federal statute, and If the conference ri.m. will *B IW Ilk 4ay ft A_" $55..... MMr.5, .- 54. .md'cooih rtakt af way MBtkeaatorry Ha* of MM =
D. I.... al tW lo.*J kear* af SMal a..1. d 5w1 5 -1
medical care for the aged health report' had come back In IW frwat doff af IW ..__ Caaair //b.D0.5.I5s p d b.me 4... 1151 15.Read P.5/lit a dtetaar* *f n." foe* to

i I Ii I research facllltle staffing of that shape there would have beena Cwt Haw*, m IW City of U** Oak IW. affle of IW cTere: .. IW CtreaMthat 15. ..so..o.fBoamam 1.111 *. c:1.; ; .ta
4 x8 Interior vi.,me. offer for ..50 so4 moll al pooBe ; c.t of ....._ C-.t 5..o .
x f/ PlywoodPer ,. P5M5. wd ... ..
i .t 2.50I' debate It In the Senate ** of .51Me'aI rvjba. *f _..
$ mental health center, and extension long on .M,. to IW km keel so4 Mal ktw4e t.54 e.
Sheet ............. ....................... of existing hewJth and a probable filibuster. for .... Bn4or Ik. Mme to W aaaeaacs4 : a. some, a-ssfi.d- tW Stole TW p..p vs. af Maw CaiU likann.PARCEL ..
program al aaM sole ... ...*. ,... **a- aa4 D..tM, of PL14., .. Asa..f .
itt irrnow .
I'' ..._. ,. W aaaaaao4 al en** IW fao W ... of P54,54.. nod .*_._ BORROW ttttt-tttt
4 x 8 x %" Interior Plywood 5w1.f .m _, ._MUi 00.", a PotHwal Bat..hi.ma af IWBtato BORROW prr PIT we RAwVMVNT.
610 ... 55w sd b.4. 54 ...._i Caaety.Toto" af P1w44. 5.N fe04 ...,,_ i 11.0111' or
t' Per Sheet ............................................ r54$4.. ....."' 5S.. CtreaN Coorl ta .... tap SB'Be '_ TWt STATION oft 4lt4.lt
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W* ; ; Black It. ta IW
I foe tW parsiiis db.. _.__ so4ammeeaa 044 5454. a.d Ma. III. ta-J:

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wklek IB aWe forth
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p ** M M HOB ,. Towwekaj a Bowtk. Roo*. IItool.
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r Key N Knob Lock .,.................................... / NOTICE t* k..., ._ ik*> Ik* ...... of tlltl fee*. Ikono* frowi .S tooMl I. 5o5.5..5. ..... Pis .. t. kn .
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I 54.545. Cb..w IS..I of S.ol..a ..... wd.y 4555 .d. Ibos.ob s property af Jiko.ia.

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6.95 web 15. 01.,5 of 55. C'fteft Coro fool to IW *e>4 af eM is,,.. raw ike*.* 5b. -. ... ..

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J ,.0.55 of r..d of ..ww.... of ib45 Burnt ft m oarc ewaono to IW MB : .5.
fete 54.55., tI -.... 5.545 r ...... rnewjc af I*** It too*, ton eomme.d- 50.5. of toe4 4.uwr De
; 4 x 8 x %" Pref. Magh. Paneling A Q\\ C.eV, .... a um r- Ib..si-..-., ..... wM Aral IN S5v1. ISS...INI .......
554.. ....... wtII 5 55.5wa .
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= :: .5.d M4 ft MM **m* 55.. 5 W M
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...d r..1. Uw 0.11. P554. dfkw d e5. 4155 af IW"oarl ]s4
12" x 12" Vinyl Asbestos Tile 10 -lMlv ft s1e.f f*>4 rWkl ft fjff. .. ttf.
Tk* MMM d *>mnklp kj M .iH..iI Tk ft i. m Tbs.51. ... ... Ook. PlaMaa. aw tW I.
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IHtot tkto Ik* Ittk 4r W l..-. A. D. Mir or aioorooi poo. or aor af row.
,K. or ttmrnm a. aa4 to IW aWo* t =
i'2"x\ 12" Plain Celotex Ceiling Tile : w. .. COIDL1Sw .. aSM7.or.wAT staaeNN -. of h>w4 ... to aW. 5..w w4p
tile 5454. $ M .
.1 0 1-II t45 ro d5 .41 545 w hf Ism
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FREE THE COtl_T or THE COIWTT tM5aw Ia. vns5.d w -Awe
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THESE PRICES F.OJJ. OUR WAREHOUSE MARY CARTER PAINT CO. T. A8 c.- .!. ;:L 15.54 :.5 St}.51 s.55417 44 55..NE S .y.1Mw d wi'= anal af lass Cawra., bed' w.t- ... W
ft U.
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f .*4 nark af ywa ara ..... ta4 ....I5swwI5.54.5 5.... Ika.MikA.y.f J rrTMt.
DREW and MARGARET WILDER 11M tmd ..sod 4 _, .. f55u 5445. d 5455.. .-- f... a (11.pjkQ.5 p.gR1/OOM/:
l 04 tnwuli wktrk paw. ar .155. of Wow/ ....... wi N. ?s-ers' .. ew5.Ib.dw4.
pow aMr W o spy s IW mmtmf ftArtkar sew .4 .ab.d.s --w'54 th5.1.. p5me5ti
STUMP BROTHERS Wilder"* Corset cm Hclvwiutot. AT*. WMIa Eaaikk ... .. W. Eaaja" ..... ... sb..u5 as5 dINP10 el"'La
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. More Than 1000 Stores Cot To Coast Cwtptoi 1M c-.tr ...... d ___ 5.4 wi mad _. 5.5.w.a54. M/ ...... OMPAGE

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