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

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Need to know. I

It aeema that tola old world In

which we live get more complicated Remains

every day making It more I High

and more Important that WI r ,
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know what I b going on and the I
answer to question that only a 1 ta'' Live Oak continue to lead the entire Florida-Georgia

few yean ago few felt were vlUl\ : I belt in pounds oKI. Supervisor .f Sale J, Marvin Phillip, J

to life : : aid here Wednesday although the price average here Is
I think In order to understand I slightly lower than that of market In Georgia

the world In which we live there Phillips who it also Li\e
I : Oak' mayor. Bald common
.I
mutt be far dlrusk and
more ...
and law gra d a le. .wag now ......
leu argument 80 often what ,
start out a* a normal dlMuadon Annual TobacroFtttiml Ing onto local l warehouse noon
and this has resulted In a slight
Of merit and demerit end In a I
bitter difference of opinion and 4 August 20 reduction In the average hrre

loud argument a* each party in. r, runs for the annual Tebaernrettlval altho It continues to be above the
N > ... |61 per hundred figure
stile on being right. h 71? her August Z4 are
lug finalised. Homer Bailiff Bale at the U,. Oak market

One of the wont charge thai president af the Junior Chamber passed the six million poundage
hen Mid' this '. figure Tuesday' and on the same
can be ready about a person in ""' "
this day and age 1* that they go S Tile event will gl underway i date money paid for the crop.

round with a closed mind unwilling Tw. members .f Cangreea. Don !.<.* and lUlly Matthews ,..... UJl... right, k market Myervuwr and Live Oak's mare al 4:el p.m. with a parade thro passed the four the million five day mark period,
lit* .It,. II will begin at the BalM for
to listen to viewpoint
any led
tekaeee asartcel ef Flerlda last week Reapporllenment has Tk feltowlng day Friday Matthew, center In the right pie J.uW.II M-hMkl building, brInnlftltb\ Wednesday', August .

but These their mental own. midget should laced the Ins i..nlar eengreesmen In the same dUUki.. Itoth lure was ken and I....... Aicttoneer "llet lb.'" Aeder.n. left, Urn east en toward ftlreetpreeeed 4. thru TUMday.' August 10.

heed the advice ,Inn Fuller Warren Intend. to seek d cleetten. nest year primary.r dews a raw ef leaf In the Independent Warekevia. Lvlrh Oldkam, to (ibis A trim., and totaled >.349.743 pound For this

when h* wa* a young man *... was inn last Thursday and Is skews talking aver UMsraami .n. .f Lb. partner apenllng the twe Independent floe,-. Is *n Lb. then lots math to Eleventh: tobacco growers received II.111.41147 .-

and which IM never hef'de4- with Frank r teh and Marvin Phillips n tfc* plctnre an tne right I........ h DM Stalner) Street and end .! the C..I.etimn for a mraket average of

"you never learn a thing with left Fetch left I* partner In the Farmer Warene.af* ben and Ik* Newborn, R.ad.pm. | 7Ua.i. .
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kw with pounds sold
date
And Illbest d .t110 "
your mouth w-a' .. row mgr --
eIWdIfaarhl
en the Collievm. grounds money average *

Here In this county thi I II certainly Quota Only On Poundage Farm Bureau To Meet In Race and at I:" pin. the Jimmy were: .
Kelly August 4 754.320 .
Wednesday,
a time when fact and'' Hlriekland Skew will be "resented
figure should be eagerly sought'! To Introduce To Tonight; At McAlplnTke a* lb. feelers .( the day pound; SOIU77r. average

for there an a number of lasue Fuqua Legislation regnlar' nMnlkly meeting For Governor In the OHsenm.A |<7.43.
Thursday' August B 731117
In the wind that only knowledge II beauty. iwnieil will k* held
eI tne lewannee County Farm
Remove Tobacco In pounds, 1410.III.35; average
RestrictionCongressman ennJvnelUn with tke Btrtck-
solutions
win lead to the right Acreage liar... will b* held tonightTknrWayl
Here we must face up to whatto ( at tk* MeAlputOasmnnlly ...... land show and al 19:H p.m.grewers | 6IO.
do about our school, what to Don Fuqua Mid today that he la Introducing Caber. A severed prise will be 'WriM'- Friday', August 1 BIOMJ

do about voting again on the legislation in the U. S. louse of ReprwenUtlrei disk upper. will bo served at ... pound; I3BOUIIO; average

jueettan of legal sale of whiskey, this week to use only poundage control aa the method of Till ,... with ... meeting to 14714 August 6 733470

and what will be the remit of the determining tobacco production eliminating the acreage feUew.HMUT. f o'I' t Ranch. Roy Is pound Monday; I4MI5909,- average

revaluation the state law MIl control which are tied to poundage limitation in current M. Ward will be tk. e 14714Turiday.

must be don here nwteunt.Fuqua" ........ and win dteena grain Auguat 10 470.114
There U always two aide! to said that he bad madea bases market last week and see ag. and marhetiu.The Fatally Injured pound. 111309434.; average
any issue. There are merttt and tour of four of the Florida to-
found that farmers were general fall __
dMriet >
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all Our Job
demertu to to find questions.out the truth ly satisfied with prime being received law of the ..... Wilt k. held At Ocean (Pond thin for the first flee days of
I Ie simply
,
and then use our good Judgment Vegetable C rotten for their Itel crop but hew. Monday nlshi Avgnst IS. the market totaled 011.871

what U best for thisCSewl Plan that the acreage controla along Fees planning. to attend ar* Raymond Coryell. resident at pound for which (rowers were
to determine Meet At
llran/oni
with, the poundage aontroU ha awed. to gap tke Meal Bares the Florida sheriff bye Ranch pail |3.041.543 43 for an accrue

flounty. minds and sto bboni .swea... Connty farmers proved to be Impraclleal In at* Settee Flat to August t*. tier and eon of Mr. and Mr. the first\ week of sales of |I7.If.After .
... as* ... growing wag*. laMing the desired goal ef high tonal
S.Respirator sales th
reasoning win not solve problem. Chart Coryell ef Leeiburg. wss 10 day of
table fee tko JackMvtU ...
er -. totoaaco crops. fatally while market has sold 1301331 pound
Injured Tuesday on
mash.t ate. ....... 4 to ase4tonlgki
Fuqua Halted th* Uv Oak
JIm week a series of meeting For an outing at Ocean Pond in Columbia and farmer have received M* I
(Tknndayl I at I:M market Thursday, her
relative Coullbnnr OtustreHarry 124.91590 for the 'leaf stud
win be held in Ud area ...a.. at the T eaUe.al A ri* lInre "'CarU r this year Congress of 001,40.
of the lluftIUWI Weaver, administratorof for a market average
10 developaent WUd ItotMbvr at Branferel Rlgk voted to limit the Dumber of the Ranch geld the of Phillip/ Mid the market was
body
ealkd for In the Given
Hirer a* ..... Hospital
OMnly Agent FanlCrew
farmer could
pound that a aett.
and that tobacco WM
bID !lOW lefae eoncr-a. th* boy wag discovered! In shallow, till' strong
Rivera
thous her who bit. nneeineeg Ibis week. In addition to a slow limitationof water near a dock where the telling the beet It ever bad. M*

There are of the rives Nupss..1 tk* meetingto erreau" Fuqua said "and Ranch party had been iwtmmlng. laid th* practical top prto paid
Inclusion By
terty oppose and others Just al .flan .. plan and) .. sheet enlk Florida farmer voted against this Auxiliary fends K>Dy. Lakeland businea When discovered. the youngsterhad 10 far thla season wa 174 per

to theixlan acreage planted to a0..... new proposal In a referendum, man who ran third In the IM4 a fatal! neck Injury and doc hundred but In a few ran IrwUn
tram for Its developmentThen -who pale beaus, nn4 soap ...... but were outvoted by the heavy Donation of a Bird Mark T respirator May Democratic Primary, announced ton were checking to determine see stunt backet had auld for 178.Th .
ay
"Then them ar* those A ........ > .. to the Buwanne .
majority and Connly *. vote la favor of the measure In County at tilt Polk County office what caused the death. Attempt supervisor said tin market
apeak lor J of**this county dOn Ilea nw4 wok prsdace bwrersW the other tobacco producing tea Hospital by the auxiliary of th* Inks' week that h* would to revive the Ranch youth were would itend Into neat week and

thai the people Included to UMbin. one Urge skein tore feed ttan" Institution war announced this again. meek tile office In th* I9C4 unsuccessful. thai no closing date ha ben ....

4 went thertver talks to P*'"** sm.anlH reeenllr and were' I Fuqua pointed out that under week by Mr*. Lots Johnson, hoeptta primary Florid voter changedthe W, M fUlley, who with his Its said th* market would remain

This grow to whom I talk. ainrti all vegeiaklM gvwwnkerw present regulation a f arms manager, and Mr*. John Urn for election of cabinet wife serve .* house parent forth open M long a* neeewary I* aed
other Wan those here thinkthen Ibis faB ..... be pntrkaaed must net only plant Ida crop en a liat : wvven. prentdent of the Bu- officer to Ih* ott.,.., primary cottage where Correll lived, thus "a,'* crop

low J rind most people and ) b Ibex fins When reSume certain number ef ones but ha wanes County Hospital! Auilllary and those named In .1944 were. for petted Ih* Injured boy when th* The board of trade which govma
we
Nee
I. merit to and the out what It U b ..,....,. rerricerattMl trnek* a definite member of pound h* i a two-year term call fee lunch wa sounded Bailey safe her will meet nit
dMBM at 1st wf4 be wet to tk* eevnty to sell ..,... Thie OoWmor llaydon Bums
theassamia'e. can from that .* ; respirator can be used won was supervising the group week and art a ckMlnf date tn*
aD about before opooaing .irk wp Ike ttgrUklta. What my WO propose I* thata whenever and wherever. dtotreated .1 the ...-,.., term. In IM4 and (Me, I Continued om rats II mayor conlkiuedl' .
Crew* urged all farawe toteeeeteel farmer. k* frvd from th* acre breathing require mechanical hat said h* will definitely meek
I haee Bred in thi area and for en .....* rreakt. wee* ace portion of tills kfislatlon. help It la adaptable to difficult re-election.\ Miami Mayer Robert ---

..... UIaa half a century when Win fee tk* wnrkM to Mend and lit beaded. only to th* numNo. clinical auctions involving respiration King) High who ran second to / ii More At Chrbtmtu I.
ddo not KBMBber. use tlm Ibis kvparUnl ........ Bum has
_ZL Til get uwkiM far sows ( | CwantMwd an Fag II and circulation.Th Indicated till will also __,__ __
body WW tree to w com alone- and-develop Instrument ean be adjust nave ensue vy teat year, Suwannee Schools Will For
Kelly said In Open
one rtver tn fact tet OreeB went At Coliseum ed for use on Individuals/ ranging a lengthy an
nouncemen that
development of

to c..raIW the gw.efnI eat win gear IaIDI ts ttM t.o Wild Rivers Rill(1 1 Discussion .largest from premature adult Infants to the, should the state's have education first priority program. lie New Term On August 30

..U our dreams e... Int and Mn. Hutcheraon said that said .
putting education at all .tee.elm
that the river would beontn a funds from which the respirator Kuwannee County KhooU will oppen for the 19ti8.U

meta tar IDIa1IU. Planned Here 0:n August 18 wa. purchased earn to th* auil- not first don.1*Florid an Investment will and If term on Monday' August 30. Henry M. FoUom, county

Certainly I dO not think Mrs nary largely thru TV rental, grow tag.Scot. MUperlnlendent of public Instruction' said' here this week..

8Mff.au war speaking for the Public meeting are to I bhe held next week 'In each of This I. the second major donation The Lakeland man missed the Work on the school budget U. nearing completion and

hra to Buwanne County when MedloorMa eight counties bordering the Suwu.... River at which made by the auilflarr to th* runoff by SJM vote. and polled most 'faculty slots have bn filled he stated. ,
* >d w* do not wad or Urns the wild river bill now.. before Congress will be nonplUL Th group now cqnelat m..7g vote In placing a glass Clare win be held In the MUM --- -- -School.
for Olwidestrablea ei al fknigUa"
along the river, of U member who serve by rendering third to High. location M last year with the prvMlpaj High
lalned and diMUMwd
would lit and "rtft > special' service to ,' O. If HutlMlg I le supervWng
patientsand I f the McAlpin .11ooi.wI .
KeRy sold NorM would icrpllon< *
The aeriea of meeting wag
raft- were arranged by Congrea- their f aoiiUe*. We, 4 CantlnMHl. cb bAa been cloMd flludtnuin 1 principal for an Uv Ort schools.
Fag II
opinion that the pi*** -. Dan Fwioa and W, R. iB4lryl I I UM iKAlun area will slUndichud with Leant BowdoM tervtngj M
whoT the nument .1 Matthew to five reaident. of general' supervisor of ell school
to andtrj.CUon eat Ut. Oak Wellborn, orDr
of tk* fiver aI' I th* area an opportanity .. beer f Retftirator I'retenteil To County 1/,111,1 .nf rdftivwuiM. In th* 1f1Ull" Mr*. Bhellie Quick

M PMPI.' hut like MwelcosM who IUD the matter eiplained .by rmreaeniatrve ----,--------- --- MKh School slit, Brown I* assistant st p rvUor and
Use tond 01 the National PartItKtMw. wttt work with the LtaMlna. anal
opporteure I doe'n
I n dents win return to in*
UM day en the beloved rtver. 4 ay. i! CUBptol August 10 0'*...4 Ut.. OB rlton echonts.Folem .
that Foster Senate BIO Number 1444 wa said Mrs I. T Carter
I MI also certain .
i sheen, Mid l el* see Is maw to
the Stephen Taste I Introduced to the 0 B Benat* on would assist Warren at Clayland
at
Dan ws tin sew. facility live under. tonMraetlon -
W*. I 4>a>Ue>.*4 M Fen II March I by Senator Cnorcti and I al lie line View. tlU and T J, Oust. would serve In
n other senators and w rtfef tile same cawe1ly at Wellborn.Th .
during UM Christmas JIoIWSI,..
I I e I
red to the eoenmttte on brinier superintendent said most
seldAl
No MaX DbpatchHrre and insular affair A awaipanionbtn totmee faculty skits In the county were
that Urn. elementary ttu.
wa totrwJoted aa the .... I' mind/ with Uw notion. ef two
dents wtn from the Pin
cure.
Alter 5t30 May 2t.DatH. .1 or u.,.. al Live Oak and caw p*..
fan 3Ug.r..1' for hearings on Ole ....** h Vise. sill to 11w downtown site I IM*. 4 (.*..lo..d MS FM II
week eededed Mal let have not been. consented A thange In princtpnUMp was
made for the new teem John A.
.... aM'' to date I a
that esad alrwrd .
Cade Jr wg.. principal of
rst.IIW ell<< IM ..- -W EZtanOnt. r tonaJ dlrvrtor ofth Pd Junior Hwn lie,..,.. IN-I Hut TraniiHtrttitton TitMtullton
wanne
met le. LH Oak -.. ... I part nrrvtr*. aDd tH aaiUnt *- f l n
ew
I term and RemIt WlOiamsu Start Au%. 2.1
test ae ....... day TW Pima View
beencM principal si Dr. kU/kl M..gltoa and
.... earl day IM etrMm. to bred t.bt ete"*uan *f nor. ,. ..... )
p 1 Oesrwnlary team Scads ., tke N rtk FUe-
Y .... at IU ... UaneJ Rclais aWignated to participate 1 d I ti n..t.M lash Ikbwl .WS have Hto Jear ('.... at .........
....... mid al nvsfl as I to lie aIM neelttgt .
Uve Oak win ,. I a ssC nMtpal and 0aa War eul k* g.... kee tonihtITk
in
toteei Th n r ung
.. bard print
web* \i iI ik yea. who wee prJrxitMU f al Clay- .-*.rl .. I:9e pea *4MhU a
Aonat 18. at f M
... .. ....... and tka4 aB be Wednesday
wj g t t tnrrtm land teat year will aJm -r>e Mpinrl ......... oinnned. krCeMee
th I
wffl be held at *
and N
. Yew tk* Faotoffie* at I'| e M. IPII al WeBbnrn during IMmmu Tran..... I.... Ik. or.

trice o'eaark. an the ajewto \ III year. gsnhistlen I..... .... to pre.SW -
Other avetiMa
off
The new kn are part III&AanI& John Jkrftneon return M prtnipal kaaspertatMes isb.. .....
and are a* *
.n ifniitenij n..gv.in to ktwagfeeler web UM plum e al aViwaAM Ntah aenwdstd lies ....-
_al seethe to tW ..*. en:
Classes Terry will warn TIle .- avid boa oenraltonto
IT fM: ..... Jasper o
..,.
.... Wmknkgtoei_ fflsnU heed IK* Brutford fctMni Marvin tko askeal .tU begin Moo
M tTafMerta I.K .,. *
.... pelen* findM M .,... C.ae.aaty Oaeth..asAaetwst : pa NIL Je4. Neale.se. ...bs. aew n.. a ..... .. ..., ...**. I....... eentee, to CTt1/. Wlfl XfltlMIK M priced ..,. A..... 11. a4 I,M *...
.. tort
M egve. IW. greed ...*..pie mpawv tAU car If: 1 J* ,-. Madteoa I .._... ...... to Ike g... ..... C M Medial kr. tk* AoaMtoey of wMtk Igr* Ns ar......tk k* poi a& 0* Mull B. adm frvwafycnaBl Tk sassing. taiga wU. b*

o as'4ee fssal IseMstsa a Cberttaea. _dM. .... W, L Bate; shlef et ,toff.r she .......... W Madisey messaw. eMaese .b I. a4 J<*a* keen poem beak kenl a4 Ik. teas UMg coal all
city W Pros N De pr.eea.
1,14rMbe- F.e* I> Mme' la 0'11" s huts aVhuol M prtntveJ. steds.le Maaemg o rMe Ike.
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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT;; LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 1965



About


OI/zeJt This FLORIDA'S It Happened In '




Saq That And r Farm Suwannce I County, Florida



FrontBy

1915 19401955Ta1ce.
Safeguards Needed Underscored AgainThe

Man can be protected against nearly everything land use report prepared for the planning 1

except himself This Is more than a bit and zoning beard once again underscores the need Doyle E,

of philosophy it la a sign of the times. for more, better and consistent planning. ConnerWhat .. From Tim Filet Of

business of safeguards being only ae good In the face of what has been billed as a
The would you think of TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,ter..,,
of them and heed ground-swell of enthusiasm for apartment cooperative
as the people who are aware whisking Florida farm product I
them Is especially true in the case of those who condominium, rental living single to market by pipeline? I

drive, or sometimes Just aim, tons of metal, rubber family construction seemed for a while to be waning It may sound pretty far out 1915The County Commissioners adoptedthe week.

and fabric In every direction. In Boca Raton. More and more builders and today But I noted recently a cotton of the season proposed 1941 budget of 28
first
Each year the National Safety Council makesits developers seemed only too anxious to Jump on the suggestion that such a project brought In Saturday by J. E. mills at their meeting Tuesday at Miss Harriett Thompson, FHA
was the with fire control State Vice President In charg
In coming Courthouse
about how many people will bandwagon.At might be developed
of town.
frightful prediction who lives west
Wallace
of projects, attended the
it one time, several projects were being years if diversification should and forest promotion Included. National
die on the nation's highways. And each year con It was sold to the Sea Island Ginning Future Homemaker of America
the esti sidered which would have necessitated toning take hold In a big way in the aerospace :
than cents a
the actual count runs higher Company for 6
seems, Industry. Convention In Ames, Iowa, as om
changes or variances to permit high-rise apart I
mate.It Observers of national trends pound.R. 1955 of the four delegate from Flor
is not because man cannot comprehendspeed ment buildings have noted a growing partnership All officers of the Live Oak Tobacco Ida
caution and other traffic signs of the The board survey, prepared by Tore Wallln, L. Roberson one of the
limit, between government and the aerospace Board of Trade were reelected -
times. It Is not that man is rebelling at not being shows that only about 19 per cent of the land ton Industry in programs farmers of the Plnemount sec Mr at a meeting a tthe startof Hurry John of Live Oak win

able to drive as he sees fit. It is simply that man ed for multi-family housing has been utilized in seeking solutions to problems un tion W&lln Live Oak FrIday.advanced the season. be among the nine University 01

has let a careless attitude override his basic desire Boca Raton. Another Interesting sidelight Is sn ap related to aviation or space. Roberson ideas 'about Is a man farming with He has Officers re-elected were Frank Florida graduates who will be

for safety and aelf-protection' parent resurgence of single-family building here Here's what's behind it all: which Putch. president: J. M. Smoth- commissioned during ceremoniesin
100 acres in cultivation, of
Something needs to be done to shake off this In the first 18 days this month, 21 permits have Aerospace has the biggest private he has the stumps removed from ers, vice president: and J. Marvin the ROTC building Saturday
and make man aware that even if been Issued. reservoir of scientific talent In Phillips, secretary-treasurer morning. Johns I* one of the eightto
sloppy attitude 75, seres.
Platted lots the world. Often starting from and sale supervisor! be commissioned by the armyPesticide
he does not care about himself, there are other single family according to the cur .
about whom he should show concern. vey, have been utilized to the extent of 48 per cent scratch aerospace engineers have Mr. and Mrs. R. P. HopklMand

Flashing red lights, eight-sided stop signs The lesson to be learned is that only by thor come up with workable answers family left today for Clarks Suwannee County's Board of Lab MarksA \
to practically every problem ever County Commissioners met in
with whistles and reflective gloves ough study and systematic updating can the city ville. Oa.. where the family expects
even policemen presented to them no matter how special session Monday to receive new $213.000 Southern Experiment
State Road act logically In the area of zoning. Any changes to spend the summer Mr.
not done it. But the
and helmets have difficult.If bids on 1180.000 worth of tax Stations Pesticide Re-
Department has In use a method of shaking up contemplated to permit more multi-family coning it develops that defense orders Hopkins will return' in a few days.It revenue certificates to be used in search Laboratory, dedicated In

motorists that has worked exceedingly well In areas must be evaluated in the light of a master plan for: in aerospace are to continue is reported that Col. Leslie, financing the proposed Livestock June, marks a new era In cooperative

where it is in use the city's overall development.The tapering off In the future, the the manager of the poultry department CoJ.1aeum.The research for the 13 south
The "shaking up" process is a physical one, ln city doesn't have such a plan. The only companies engaged In that work of the fair association, commissioners and their em stste and Puerto Rico.

volving specially treated sections of road called thing approaching a plan is the accumulated record will need replacement activity if will possibly make some experiments attorney were In session at the The Florida-based facility cooperates -

"rumble strips". of actions by the planning and zoning board, they are to maintain a high- level during the fall and win- appointed hour but no bidders or a* a regional lab for the

They are used to warn the motorist who may recorded on a city map. But like all accumulations, of employment. ter looking to the Invention of a bids were received. benefit of the entire South. Federal .
California has made a start and regional fund will be
in thought, mesmerized by a long stretch It grows a little here and a little thert, giving only crow-less rooster.Agricultural .
be lost
awarding contracts In the aerospace Cannon Duroc Farm of Live allocated for its operation.
talking anddoesn't slight consideration to the pattern of the future.
with no slowdowns or stops or Just Industry for studies In un Oak and Mountain Cove Farm of .
in- The city runs the risk of all of Advisor Atkeson
manner zoning,
realize he Is approaching a dangerous. such transportation Garden 106
related fields, as Kensington. Oa, will hold a Com- Cypress covers
has exhibition in his office a
but no planning unless quick action Is taken the on
tersection. on waste disposal, criminaland of by bination Duroc sale here on August acre, with shorelines on Lake
Used sparingly so they do not lose their effectiveness preparation of city-wide master plan. Even that mental illness and Information J.bunch C Brown.Bulaa In grass this bunch grown are 22, It was announced this Eloise and Lake Summit.

and then only in extreme cases, the may not be enough without a professional city gathering. seed
141 stalks grown from one :
that planner to guide its preparation and application. in defense business
"rumble strips" are 20-foot strips of roadway Declines they are eight feet high. Mr.
of gravel into a News Boca Raton have resulted in the toss of 58.000
are created by crushing large pieces I Brown ha* a half acre planted In
material then lobs in California in the pant
,
surface treated with an epoxy this grass.
three At one time the Job I
yeara. .
painted red. Some Florida FactsToo
loss was running as high as 4.000 PUBLIC MEETINGS
ls literally
A vehicle that rolls over these stiips
many people associate Florida with beautiful a month, but lately has slowed 290
,"shaken up" and the driver given absolute warning girls, beaches, flowers, waving palms and down to around 1,000 a month.If .

that caution should be observed.A breezes, and all too often fail to realize that we area the first nondefense projects Six men added by Police Chief

case In point to Illustrate the value of these state with great production and manufacturing are a success California officials Arch Hunter to the Live Oak I on

strips I 18 In St. Lucie County, where State Road 68 possibilities. For instance, In the production of suggest they may ask aerospace police force for the tobacco sea

and King's Highway, the turnpike feeder road, beef cattle we rank third in the southeast and 16th to go Into such problems U social son will handle the crowds at the

cross. They were Installed on SR. 68 after a seriesof in the nation. Our dairy herds are 8th In the welfare administration, fire pre tobacco warehouse In night and

fatal accidents at the Intersection. southeast and 12th In the south. vention, flood control, development day shift. WILD RIVERSAFFECTING
warning signs of new recreation areas
These coupled with overhead
,
In Polk County we have 0,670,000 citrus tree.
in traffic brought health programs, agricultural im Twenty-lx of the men who will
the feeder road and a drop
on Next to us In Lake County with 8,380,000 citrus
extension, provements. make up the two set of buyer
about by the opening of the turnpike and elim- trees. We rank eighth in bank deposits with $333.- It Is worth noting that some operating the Live Oak market

have reduced the fatal accidents to zero 433,000. First comes Dade County with 11.8 billion. companies have already begun to this year had registered with Stan

inated all but the fender-bender type of crashes. And Polk County ha 85,443 passenger can rankin Branch out! on their own. In Flor Reeve, secretary of the Live Oak

There are several county roads which offer unrestricted It eighth In the state. ida. Aerojet-General has boughta Tobacco Board of Trade ,eaterI THE SUWANNEE RIVER

traffic now for great distances, then Iud It is Interesting to note that the state has 1.360 shipyard in Jacksonville, is day. Reeve said that the representatives

denly thrust. a stop sign at the unwary motorist. If hotels with 90.838 roars There are 5,800 metela building automation equipmentfor I of the Webb and

these Intersection should warrant these so-called with 103,252 room and 26.820 apartment with a postofflee in Maryland and Southern companies were not '

"ultimate" warning devices, we hope the state can 224,683 room There are 1.008 rooming house* is testing underwater "farming" registered In full. AUGUST '

be made to move as quickly as it did In St, Lucie ,with 64.373 rooms The grand total 1* 15.048 rental' and minerals recovery off the 1720,1965August
California coast.If Tax Collector Milton Foiworth
Ceunty. pots. with a grand total of 870.747 rooms. To top it I
-Vero Beach Press Journal the industry's diversification Jr, said that 809 parcels of land
all off, last year the state's filling station pumped trend expands seriously Into agriculture were sold and certificate for 17.9:30: A.M. Juper Elementary Cafeteria
2,113.814,000 gallons of gas a 64 per cent Increase I wouldn't be surprisedto them (rued during Monday'

Misleading Adt over 1063. see many of the problems of land sale for collection: of delin- 2:30 P.f. -. Lake City Courthouse
An advertising agency was recently found -Winter Haven Chief mechanical harvesting solved before quent taxes.Foxworth.

guilty of fraudulently promoting a product by a too long. said thai the total August 18.9:30 A.M_ Live Oak Coliseum

federal court Jury in one of the rare cases car- Walking Good ExerciseThe sales amounted to 113.76043 or 2:30 P.M.. Madison Courthouse
In other fields of business, however slightly larger than ordinary
to court and reaching a Jury.
ried ,
America's best advice your doctor could give you some Plans for diversification sales of land August 19.9:30: A.M. Mayo Community Center
One of the sorry commentaries on might be to take a walk regularly A recent
have been running op I 2:30 P.M. Crosa City CourthouseAugust
free enterprise system ls that the public is too of study of Americans, and their daily exercise!, wenrevealing against uncertainties concerning Chairman Jam of the
t.eIllen at the mercy of sharp advertisers and extravagant 209:30 A.M. Trenton Courthouse
In that it showed that we were literally antitrust laws. District 3 Welfare Board commented
claims. riding ourselves to the hospital and to poor physical Two of the big tobacco companies here this week that he 2:30: P.M._ Bronson Courthouse

The false claims sell goods to those who believe condition. American and Reynolds, hoped a large number of application .
the untruths and bilk them of millions and Why I 11 it that European with a leaser stan were all set to broaden their activities would be received from

billions each year One does not have to be a research dard of living and fewer luxuries and fewer auto- and get into the foods this area from those who wish to

specialist to recognize much of the hokum tomoblles, are in better physical condition than we business by way of mergers. A qualify for social welfare position ALL INTERESTED PERSONS INVITED
fed the American public. are. proposal of American tobacco to b1 taking the atat wide
take Consolidated Foods has examinations scheduled for late
advertising over
For cigarettes were sold on -
many years The big according to Is
reason, many expert. been called off. The Reynolds Tobacco this month.
slogans that they were beneficial to the that American ride everywhere and get little
very Penlck ft Ford plan ran
health, that they soothed the throat, etc. Fortunately -
exercise regularly' The European gets it even into difficulties at first I
in these cases the weight of medical evidence in a hardier climate. He walks to work, or 11..1a It seems that "conglomerate"mergers

baa forced a change. bicycle. The children' walk to school in a much those Involving unrelated

On the other hand, countless other products sterner climate than most of us experience. businesses may be as full

are today sold on false or exaggerated claims on Try walking to work Instead of driving and of antitrust hazards as the hortsontal -

the American market. An Intelligent viewer can refuse the rides offered you. Tell friend you're type where one firm takes KIND OF .

see through much of the nonsense In television out for ''the exercise And let your children walk over another In the same line. ,

commercials.The some every day regardless of what other children I haven't noted however Trade, any f TAIL FOR ME
public needs better protection from such questioning, by the Federal
do. Your reward will be Inevitable, In the form Department .
advertising, which also U not good advertising for of better health and better Commission or the Jostle '
our free enterprise system. body. a looking and functionIng of diversification such as ISN'T SHE? *

-Lake Wiles News has been suggested for developments
Cocoa Tribune In the aerospace industry
.
.
scientific
Presumably' aerospace
Presidential; DisabilityA Advertising is not something to take your talent would be devoted to

much-publicised amendment to present archaic money without results: If necessary, make study developing completely new and
Constitutional safeguards Involving Presidential of what you have to offer customer different' products than wise ever ,

disability needs ratification by three- seen before. When you' do that
Dieting has been defined as "the penalty for you may Intensify competition for
fourths of the states to become law now that '. : tie
Congress has approved the remedial measure. exceeding the feed limit" Olove-Oasett. Mason someone and any charge of monopoly "
licensing
disarmed\ by
can be
Ia.The.
City.
Since states legislatures have adjourned
many others at a profit to
until January, 1967, the amendment, which calls produce the goods or service you
for a duly-elected Vice Presidential replacement' have originated.
will apparently lay dormant for the next ,ear- Suwannee DemocratOF -

and-a-half. One of my long-held illusions

Meanwhile, the present inadequate system of LIVE OAK FLORIDA was shattered recently. I had

succession painfully exposed when the United ",,. l>. f/iwl eJ the Ssneeiiine. Riper KaBoy cherished a belief, u many people A TALL ORDER over 20 bank: services under.. one
President for 14 months do that nothing could: match
States was without a Vice
and wholesomeness of roof at the Commercial Bank. Plus the
after John p, Kennedy's assassination will have BANNER Consolidated LEADER the purity convenience
to suffice. Established: 1884 August 3. 1897 Established 1888rablUhed mothers' milk.Imagine .

That is, unless the state legislature' which are Every Thursday at Hue rentier Street I found the my following dismay\ ,comment then whenI you build valuable bank standing, by handling all financial

now adjourned take up the amendment In spec-! Louie C. \V adaworth .... Editor &; Publisher the Washington column of needs at institution the
Commercial
one at
ally-convened sessions, a course of action Justified Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Hoard's Dairyman: Bank.

but perhaps Improbable.The Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager "Pesticide residue In milk concern 'We welcome accounts
expense and Inconvenience of special legislative George (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman health officials, but a recent your
sessions are to be considered but the importance study revealed that mothers' milk
Second _Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida
of the new disability amendment the has residues tar In exeee of that

Constitution Justifies such efforts.. SUBSCRIPTION Buwannee County 14.00 permitted In cows milk "
Cocoa. Tribune RATES Outside Suwannee County tsOQALL I Actually, no level of residues III"Pet'm1ted"
In commercial milk.
sIn SUBSCRIPTIONa Payable In Advance been estimated
No tolerance has
1880 per capita taxes of all kind came to COMMERCIAL
It lasro" BANK
tlM a year, which seem like a bargain rat. com- MEMBER OP S .. w .
pared to the present figure of more than ISOO. '

Florid PTCM Association I Voters Know Little OF LIVE OAK
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Those who do their Christmas shopping and .. 8UWANNEK COUNTY We are often surprised at how LIVE ]
plan their vacation* far In advance win be Interested title the avenge voter know' OAK FLORIDAtACE

to team that Montreal plant a world's fair for dumber of Commerce about the Issue and. even tee

1M7. about the candidates themaetve



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THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE THREE


= fhWOMeN 1 Mrs. William Randall Slaughter II Mrs.\ Lee Church I Here And There I

.. Circle Hostess
<<
I The Helen Matter Circle of Mr. and Mr. O R. Hunter, Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo.,
the First Baptist Church met Susan. Jamie, and Gerald, and I after visiting his parent, Dr. and
Monday afternoon at three o'- Miss Nancy Howe of Thomasv'Mf Mr. Joseph Davis, for two weeks.
S | clock In the home of Mrs. O. A. Oa., and Mrs. J. B Hunter of Miss Joan Walker, daughter of
tee on Helvenston Street with Qultman Oa., were recent guest Col. and Mr. George Walker j
I nine members present.I of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Kennon. Eglln Air Force Base spent the ;
CLARA S. WADSWORTII, Society Editor I Mrs. O. B. Ore 8r. presidedover Mr. and Mrs Frank Harshaw week end with Dr. and Mr*. Joseph ;
the meeting of Gainesville pint the week end Davis
Mr. Phil Doff read the devotional with Mr. and Mrs. Jason Kennon Cadet Davis, Dr. and Mr. Joseph 1
MH Fletcher, Lt. Slaughter Exchange Nuptial and led In prayer Danny Dee*. son of Mr, and Davis Mis Bobbl Davis and I
Vows In Candlelight Double King Ceremony I I Several member participated Mr*. O B. Dees Jr. I* spending Richard Perry spent Sunday at
The wedding: of Miss Tina Louise Fletcher and Lt tat the program several day with Kenneth Bell I Suwannee. i
William Randall son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bell Mattox Hair of Tallahassee left
Slaughter II was solemnized in a candle.
rowand lily of the valley in St. Augustine Tuesday after spending several
light ceremony on Saturday evening August seventh at 4 On the piano were a pair of Bill Montgomery, son of Mr I days with his grandmother, Mr*.
eight o'clock in the First Church with the Rev
Baptist ,
sterling candelabra entwined with and Mr. 8. E. Montgomery Jr. H. H Hair 8r.
Pomeroy Carter, pastor of the Advent Christian Church, s i smilax and also. a handsome silver left Monday for six month National .
officiating at the double-ring compote which held an arrangement Guard Training at Ft I.
ceremony. with white Butterfly. rose lined of white chrysanthemumsand Jackson 8. C. .
The bride' parent are Jerry with stephanotls. centered with I wedding bells. Mr*. John 8. Flood spent several -
Rudolph Fletcher of McAlPin and two white orchids and ending In 1I Mrs. R. L. Brtnkman pianist. days last week In Ilender- Party I Honoree
Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher of Jackson a cascade of bridal satin ribbon h played appropriate music for the onvllle, N C.. visiting her IOn Mr*. O S. Neeiy Mrs. J O
ville. The bridegroom U the too The bride was attended by Miss occasion. John mho U a counselor at Camp Mills, and Mrs. J D Carmichael
of Mr. and Mr*. William Randall Catherine Brown of Gainesville, r I I Those assisting were Ira. Nlel Pinnacle I honored Mr Sherwood Starling
Slaughter of 300 Westmoreland maid of honor. She wore a floor I Brorsen In decorating and serving Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nettlevllleand I I with a miscellaneous shower on
Street. length Empire gown of pink crepe A I were Mrs J. W. Oaston Mrs. children of McCoomb Miss.. July 31 at the home of Mrs Neely
Oothte spires of fresh jade and with a pink and white lace bodice Murrell Jernlgan. Mrs Frank will arrive this week end to spend The room wa beautifully decorated
emerald formed a background for featuring a scalloped neckline /Illaddon. Mr*. nee Mills. Mr., several days with Mr and Mrs. In pink and white using
majestic sunburst arrangement and cap sleeves. Her headpiece I Allison Scott Mrs. Jackson DI.I .- C. R. McCrlmon.Mr rose to carry out the color
of white chrysanthemums and wa a short bouffant veil of illusion pham Mrs Henry Leech Mrs Danny B. McCrlmon spent achem The refreshment table atone
gladioli which flanked the altar. attached to a pink circletof I Sherrod Bird and Mr*. Edward several days this week In Tallahamee end of the room was covered -
On either end of the chancel rail, matching material. There were Howland. Floor hostesses were with Mr. O H Murrah with white and bore a fan
cathedral tapers burned In small applique of pink lao motif on I Mr*. Fred Glass. Mr. Hal Fletcher Jr shaped arrangement of white
er candelabra while the center the Illusion. She wore white kM I Mrs Dene Weekly, Athens, Leonard Lee of Tampa, son ot and pink rose. Th. gift table at
held a towering treetop candelabrum gloves, a gin of the bride. Her I O*. Mrs, Helen Mardlman of Mrs Morgan Miller, flew In Sat the other end of the room was
forming a central pyramidof bouquet was made of red rose elbow length sleeve She wore satin It held a white tiered wedding Lake City Mr*. Pete Vann Mr*. urday In a plane he built. He left I, covered with a white cloth.
light. Each window held a trtnity and pink carnations. an orchid corsage. cake, heavily embossed with C. W Winter of Jacksonville Sunday for his home In Tampa. I Dainty cake square and vsrtou -
arrangement of lighted candle Bridesmaids were Mis Valerie The mother of the groom wore white bell and rosettes, the top I Miss Joan Holmes, Mrs Reginald Mr and Mr. James R. Jackson other party food. and delicious
*, encased fresh Jade. Family Barnes of St. Petersburg Miss an original floor length gown of layer being suspended by four McNelll. and Mr. Tommy McDonald Jr. and children of Perry were I punch were served by the
pew were marked by white Myra Hancock of Hanna Miss silk ottoman In blush pink. It was white corinthian column It ws.i I visitor In the Bill Ward home hostesses.
satin ribbon and bell. Lynn Rodgers of Birmingham. designed with a sheath skirt and crowned with a miniature bride I Junior hostesses were Mia Sunday Mr. Jackson, the former Mr*. Starting received many
William Mill, organlat. presented Ala. Miss Gall Williamson, and topped. with matching Chantilly and groom. A five-branched silver Kathy Bird. Miss Beverly Vann Opal Dillon, It a niece of Mrs, lovely gifts.Among .
a program of pre-nuptW brideamatron. Mr. Robert Brock lace overblouse heavily embroidered candelabrum backed a floral and Mia Cnnel McLeod. I Ward, Mrs II. L. Cross, and Jim those present were Mrs.
music and accompanied Mr*. Jr.Their with Iridescent sequin and arrangement of white fUll mums Pink rice bag with pink net : Carmichael A. E. Starling, mother of the
Sharon Jonee soloist, who sang. gown of pink crepe were crystals. She wore long white kid and carnation and ribbon were passed on silver I Cadet Pint Class Ron Davit groom, and Mr. J, H. McCUllan
"Whither Thou Ooert". The styled identically to that of the glove and an orchid corsage. The punch table was similar to tray by Miss Kim Fletcher Miss will leave this week end for his and Mrt. Carrie Hockaday of Per
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Greatest Of These I* Lore", and honor attendant. as were their The couple.. graduate of the bride's table, except that the Alice WHkle,. Miss Darlen Bass senior year at the Air Force ry.
"The Is d'a Prayer" The traditional ., headpiece and accessories. They Suwannee High SchooL The bride white organdie cloth wa laid Miss Emma Jean Fletcher, and
wedding marches were alto carried rosette of deep red received her Bachelor o( Science over pink satin. The crystal Mis Lena Fletcher,
played. I I rose and pink feathered carnation degree In Home economic from punch bowl held pink punch with The bride chose a blue silk linen JULY PAINT SPECIALDue
Mia* Fletcher wa given in I backed with matching pink Florida" State University She was matching floating Ice ring It suit with matching petaledhat ( to bad weather have continued these
marriage by her father. net contrasting red satin stream- a member of PI Beta Phi. mortar was surrounded by graceful bunches and accessories for the wedding we
The bride designed and fashioned en feD from the front. and listed In "Who1 Who In American of green grape Silver and trip to Oatltnburg, Term. Special Into August)
her Empire gown of white The flower girl was Nancy Kay College and Unlnrslt es". crystal compote held nut and She wore a white orchid corsage }FLAT, SEMI GLOSS, LATE:
organta over bridal taffeta. It ApplegaU of Olenrock. Wyo. The bridegroom attended the mint .1 lifted from her bridal bouquet.
featured a re-embroidered Chantilly cousin of the bride. She wore an University of Valencia. Valencia The bride'. book wa kept by Until Lt. Slaughter I I. called $2.91 Gallon
lace bodice and the Sabrina Empire dma\ of white organdyover Spain and .wa graduated from her cousin Mis* Rebecca WinUr .I Into active duty by the United
COLORS ONLY
neckline was outlined with Jf'eduut pink taffeta accented witha Florida" State University with a of Jacksonville. This table State Army th* couple will make I
pearl Iridescent sequin The pink satin bow and streamers Bachelor of Art Degree In Political was covered aim In white ontsn- their home at 428 West park Apt.
elbow length sleeve were edged down the back. She scattered Science lie wa a member die 'beer pink satin and held a '?. Tallah..... U. Slaughter I* Langford Builders Supply
In scalloped lace. Dainty appU- pink rose petal from a petite: of Scabbard and Blade and President single candle In a silver candle auditor for Howard Johnson and
goes of re-embroidered lace white starched lace basket. of Kappa Sigma U. recently I tick. At the base of the candle Mr*. Slaughter U with the social HelvMuUit St., $.L. Ph n. Mt-lUI
beaded In pearl. were lavishedon Samuel toy Perry Jr. served' received a lieutenant' commission was an arrangement. of white security office
the skirt and the rwreping a* brat man. Usher were Jerry. from the United States Army --- -- -- .
detachable chapel train. Fletcher Robert Fletcher brother .
She wore white glove and of the briM Branch Kennon. Mr. W. II. WlllUms directedthe
train. She wore white glove and Reginald McNelll. and Boyd wedding.
matching slipper A fingertip veil Coaney of Jacksonville. Edward' A reception was held Immediately -
of the sheerest English *lik Illusion Harrison Slaughter brother of following the ceremony In
wa caught to a beautiful the bridegroom wa junior usher., the Educational Building which FREE GIFTS !
crown of seed pearl and arquln The mother of the bride wore wa decorated In Southern Bm!.
Around her neck was a single an Empire full length gown of lax and magnolia.
wand of prarU, the wedding gift ara ml** crepe with the bodice of The bride' table wa covered
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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1963


Now Sold By Slice* Three Suwannee gust All IS.relatives and close friends their The spring St. Louis training Browns camp moved from-!

are invited to attend.. Waco, Texas to St. Petersburg .n
I Thump Test For Watermelons Now TEC DyMOO A picnic lunch will be served 1914 and become the third majorleague
Youths To Get at I:00 p.m. to move to Florida


Like Crank For AutomobilesWashington Degrees At FSUThree

The "thump gin He found huge tracts In Central -
te t" for watermelons Is almostas Africa literally covered with NIT' ( iirTAXE'fir' Suwannee County youthsare STUMP BROTHERSCash
obsolete as the automobile watermelons growing wild. .,, among candidates for degrees
crank Africa's wild watermelons Incidentally from Florida State University at
Back In Model T days any come sweet and sour. summer commencement to be & Carry Building MaterialsPhone
sell-respecting father could crank Not even local tribesmen can tell c de/i held tonight (Thursday) at Tallahassee -
the family car and thump a picnic one from the other. They tap ,
watermelon with equal skill. each fruit to determine whetherthe SAND IN EVEN STROKES ) P OCCASCNAUy Scheduled to receive degrees at 242-5566
A solid plunk Indicated a ripe flesh Is bitter or edible. NOT FAST. NOT SLOW I 1iLLL BLOW OUT PARTICLES tonight's ceremony in Tulley 300 S. Patterson Street
melon; a plink meant the fruit Culture of sweet melons has Gymnasium are Robert A. Walker. -
was unripe. spread to all warm regions of the (ITS ROUGH( ALLOW SANDPAPER Branford BS in social welfare VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
Nowadays most watermelonsare world The vines like hot summersun ; Elva Joan Holmes BA in
sold in cut pieces and It's! and sandy loam soil but require I arts and science and Dorothy Lou
clear to even a child whether they only an average amount of Lord, who will receive a MS de- 4 x8 x !{" Interior Plywood
are ripe. Besides plunk verus gree. Miss Holmes and Miss Lord Per Sheet ............................................ $ 2.50
plink Isn't Infallible The test rain.Early colonists brought water- i are both from Live Oak.
doesn't work on naturally hollowor i melons to the New World. The J J. Daniel Jacksonville busi- 4x8x34" Interior Plywood

crisp melons. fruit was common in Massachusetts nessman-attorney and former Per Sheet ..,......................................... 6.lo I
Though they don't thump much in the late 1620s. Florida Indians chairman of the Board of Con-
anymore. American fathers still took to the Immigrant trol will be the speaker InsulationPer
Full Thick
START WITH A ROUGHER : HEMOVE VERY ROUGH USE FEII-UW HATERWL .
buy a lot of watermelons. About melons with great relish and were GRADE.FINISH WITH A ;: SURFACES WITH j BETWEEN PAPER AND M ..............."..................,..:.,......... 42.00
three billion pounds worth growing them by the mid-1600s FINER GRADE OTHER TOOLS FIRST I BACK UP BLOCK _'"
some $e5 million are sold every The French explorer Father i I i William Reunion To "
Treated
the National Geographic Marquette, reported in 1673 that /: Sheathing
year Society BaYS.Currently. he had found melons growing in Dade $77 million; Brevard $73 De IfeM August' 15 Per M ..................,................."............. 'Is).oo

the most popular the interior of the American continent Military StoresDo million; Bay 5.1 million: Santa The annual Williams family reunion -
variety Is a long light-green mel- I Rosa $34 million; and Seminole will be held at the home of 4 x 8 x 3/8" Sheetrock 1.49
on called the Charleston Grey. Today, commercial melons are Volume $19 million" Mrs J B Williams Sunday, Au- Per Sheet ......................."...................
Plant breeders are still working grown extensively In Arkansas, Big
on small refrigerator-size melons Georgia Florida South Carolina, Nails

and have even developed of all Texas Oklahoma Missouri, Colorado Florida Sites Comp Keg .........................._".....""....... 9.50
things a seedless watermelon. and California It is a risky A Thought For Today
Though watermelon seems as business, for watermelons appealto

typically American as apple pie. a host of pests as well as peo- I military Sales at personnel stores operated in Florida for Bjr BRODT C. HARRIS Key N Knob Lock ...................................... 4.25Bird
the world over Its' ple. Apart from the vagaries of
It is popular totaled $101677.000 at retail level "Happiness I Is not a point to be reached it is a way of travelIng -
culture started In ancient times. weather enemies Include cucum- "
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In 1963 ranking Florida fourthin 235 Ib. Asphalt ShinglesPer
art shows that this ber beetles, melon aphids, cutworms 6.95
Egyptian giant member (Citrullua vulgaris) ] wireworms, and such fungus the nation In this respect the No doubt you can recall many Instances when you thought to Sq. .................................................
Florida State Chamber of Com "<>h. if only I had that dress I'd be "one
of the cucumber clan grew In the nuisances as fusarium wilt yourself new_ : happy or
merce reported in its Weekly promotion or raise and i n DC happy5115 4 x 8 xi" Fret Magh. PanelingPer
Nile Valley thousands of years anthracnose and downy mildew it" I :
Even If a watermelon grows to Business Review released yesterday thought we can remember thinking this very: Sheet ...........:.. ............... 4.80
on so many occasions should be proof
ago.The long and general culture of round firm fully packed maturity -I commissaries enough that when we get the one thing we so badly
the watermelon from North Africa it can fall prey to stem-end "These stores Include wanted we immediately want something else be- 12" x 12" Vinyl Asbestos Tile

to middle Asia led to the belief rot during shipment to distant exchanges and eating places fore we can be happy. What a common falling Each ..............................................:...... .18
that It was of Asiatic origin markets. And though the fruit (not mess halls) provided by cne of which we are all guilty pinning our hopeson
the federal government at military something as yet unattalned. Instead of being
though no wild varieties had been may reach a store In perfect condition 12" x 12" Plain Celotex. Ceiling Tile
installations for personneland thrilled with what we have content to go along
detected there or anywhere else. melons sell slowly on cool their families and are especi- r looking forward to what we may get in the future. Each ...................,....,.,.,.,.,,........,........? .10
The great missionaryexplorerDavid wet days. ally helpful to the young enlisted True desiring something 1s an impotranl part
Livingstone solved the Watermelon is classified as a of our lives it is an incentive and something for Window
2i
man. Off-base spending is not Included | Awning
of the watermelon's fruit belongs to which to strive However
mystery ori botanically yet why WAIT for 17.50
in the figure 8 .. I.few.... .wo... IM"_ft"WJ'. TODAY. .. des Dice what happlIfcoo. we- Each ............................................,......,.
Itti91 Y9B1 "The $100 million-plus spent in mayor may not have. If something extra comes along then lets
military stores In Florida is in addition consider that a blessing from heaven.

How the devil do the Dodge Boys do it? stores to total throughout spending the at all state retail Psychologists tell us we do not know the proper methods of THESE PRICES F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE
spending money. We should let go of It freely and bless It andIt
This latter figure came to 178 will! return an hundred fold In providing amply for all our
'fi5; DODGE POLARA billion in 1983. Compared withit needs we are really being frugal In the end. Consult SUWANNEE
the spending at military storesis FUNERAL HOME. 62} South Ohio Avenue for economic advice on STUMP BROTHERSSuper
negligible needs for the last tribute to loved ones. CaU 362-1234
"The top Florda counties list-
Town and Country ed by total sales in commissaries FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor

..,. Motors, Inc. exchanges starts with and Duval eating where places sales Suwannee County Residents Super Finhcron Finh'i owa blend of

-s' U.S. 129 North totaled $218 million Escambla BRODY C. HARRIS pollster ind combed cotton

LIVE OAK, FLA. followed with $133 million: Licensed Funeral Director
Orange with $133 million: Oka- A great Spring fabricnow -
bones $108 million; Hlllaborough
$9.6 million; Monroe $7:7 million; with added
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME advantagesSUPER

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heather tones. Defined "ilh writ teaming and button as a truck crop. Contraryto LIVE OAK FLORIDA
trimmed at a new low Hcige, Heather thus or Heather popular notion. It contains less
Green. water than vegetables such as tomatoes .TaraizCron
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t: Name Change. Is I Completes 30 Years ServiceJ. Funeral ServicesFor t Summer Heading Club Funeral Rites District Officers Will I ;

To Close ThursdayThe Make Official Visit

Adopted ForConservation Lon Rogers summer reading programat I For Held Barrett Lodge No. 43. F&AM.
the Suwannee River RegionalLibrary Bryan will be host Monday night August I .
. here will conclude Thursday 16, at t:00 pjn to District
Held SundayFuneral August 19. It was announcedthis I Here I ThursdayFuneral Deputy Grand Master Leandoua
week. W. Rosier and DIstrIct Instructor II
A change to reflect water conservation services for Walter Lon Miss Elisabeth Ball director of J. B. Hand. The two district officers
made in the official Rogers W. who passed away services for John E.
wu the regional libraries, will\ end the will make an official visit
of the conservation agency I Wednesday In Scoring, were held Bryan native of this county and
name program with a film presentation to the lodge on that date 1
serving thin county recentlyIt 4!I Sunday afternoon 2:30: p.m. In at 3:30: pm. The film to beaho.'R resident of Tampa, were held August Oorge T. Wright, master of
. 11 now the Suwannee River the Mt. Beulah Baptist Church are: trip to the moon boy 6 at Mt. Olive. Baptist the local lodge this week urgedall
Conservation District with the Rev John Dlcka officiating Church with the Rev W. H Orayofficiating
Soil and Water of India and his elephant, andbear ,. Master Masons to attend the
And water has been Insert Interment was In the trouble.The Interment was in the meeting Monday and said refreshments
ed In the previous designation of church cemetery. Orandsons director will aim announce adjoining cemetery with the would be served after j !
the Suwannee River served as pallbearers, James B. Daniels Funeral Home
the agency winners of diplomas and stars in the meeting
Soli Conservation District. Mr. Rogers, a former Suwannee the reading club for the summer of Live Oak in charge of arrangements a .
There are sixty organized soil County Commissioner wu born Children who joined the reading .
conservation districts in the state. i j In Lake City and resided In this club are being urged to turn I Mr. Bryan was born In this Fnrnrll Family Reunion
Authorization for the Inclusion of area moat of his life His father In their reading lists to the local county February 6. 1897, and wasa At Munulrr
water in the name and program 1, war one of the first. mayors of library not later than Friday, August I retired farmer. He died August I Sunday
was granted by this year's state Lake City 13.Children. 3 at the Veterans Hospital at Bay The annual Famell family reunion -
legislature | Surviving Mr. Rogers are two of the area are being Pines. He was a veteran of World will be held Sunday August
John Hampton local technicianwith daughters Mrs. Lillian Miller of Invited to the film program and War I.Survivors. 1$. at Manatee Springs State
the agency, said the change LaBelle. and Mrs. Leela Over- for refreshments that will follow. include the widow Park.
reflects the emphasis now being street of Miami: four sons. Resale -' us Mrs. Lillle Bryan of Tampa; a All friends and relatives are I
placed on conservation of wateras and James Rogers both of son. Justin Bryan of Wellborn; urged to attend.
well aa soil.Hampton Lake City, and Lonso and Annan Unique Holiday and a brother Carey Bryan of A covered dlih luncheon will !
pointed out thatthis Rogers both of Jacksonville; a The only Iday in the Suwannee County, Other survlY. be served at 13:30: pm.a .
month marked the 23rd year the J. M. Graham .f Un Oak this. week completed 10 yean .f sister Mrs. B. M. Moody of Sara. United States that. honon a king ors are three stepdaughters, three .
district has been In operation In service with the Florid Fewer Uiht Company He received aSt.nr IOta: 14 grandchildren and 18 .Is Kamehameha Day June 11, In stepsons three sisters\ two other India was the seat. of the ancient
Suwannee County, Of the original pin and a letter .f recognition at a brief ceremony held greatgrandchildren.Wilson Hawaii. The great Polynesian brothers, and three grandchildren cotton Industry. i
board of supervisors named In her this. week. Dave Austin right manager for FFL here made Funeral Home of Lake warrior united all the Hawaiian
1943. only Chairman J. Dan Ross the presentation. City was In charge of arrangements Islands In peace early In the 19th Serving at pallbearers were J Knight Glenn Smith. L. B. &)1-
Is still on the board. Graham Is a graduate .f Sawanne high School and began Century. W. Foster. Roland Woods. Coy I.site and later Johnson.
Present board members In addition his. service with the Nutty aa a lineman In IMS. He I I. MOW a line --- -- -
Rosa and their of
to
years foreman and Ikea at tel NW Second Street. lie and his wife.
service are T. J. Fletcher Br. 20
Laverne. have five yean: J. Wylton Outon. 16years Q
Laure B. Roberson. 11
years:: and Elmer Owens four Classes At XFJC To Negro Youth Is

years. Ilfgiit On Anfutt 2.1 I CLEARANCES
District supervisor allowances serve of without Clare will begin August tl Held For Two
salary or any at North Florida haler College

kind. are In Madben.to report frewnt.. the
Last Rites For I:" ..... August 17 for counseling
and are I. register .. young Negro ,boy Carl Edwards .
August I$. was placed In the Suwan
King Child I Here I New and tranter students nee County Jail during the weekend
will g* thr a day of orientation charged with thefts of two
, Michael Anthony King. Infant and ewiiueUng on hugest automobiles, both of which were LADIES SLEEPWEARPAJAMAS
son of Mr and Mix Albert D.I 1' and will regbter August Xe. found abandoned on streets hereSheriff LADIES |1- 2
Measer fir. of Lake City, died Members of the fscvJty begin. Duke MoCallUter said
gust 5 following a short Mines I their fan teem Monday saornIng. the 11-year-old youth took a car
He was born in live Oak on No- August it. at ':H ...... belonging to Robert Lee. operator GOWNS
vember II. 19 J. Tb annual faculty welcome of the Sahara Motel here SHORTIES 1 3 OFF HATS PRICE
Funeral services were held at dinner Is set for n.....&$. A.. Saturday night, drove It about ..
the Live Oak Church of Christ gull l>. at 7M: ...... In the two miles and left it ...ht'nb.. SLEEP COATS
here Sunday afternoon at 3:00pjn. Student Center. machine became stuck In wateron
with the Rev. Everett Williamson u a a flooded' street.
officiating. Burial war in Edwards alleged to have then
the Live Oak Cemetery with the Hunter Family Plain returned' to the motel and to have
James B. Daniels Funeral Home driven off In a car owned' by a tobacco LADIES SPORTSWEARBLOUSES
line(
Krunion I
of Live Oak in charge of arrangements SundayThe man. He U said to have
descendants of Abraham driven this auto around for several LADIES
Survivors in addition to the Knight Hunter will hold their annual hours before parking It on a
child's parents are the grandpar family reunion Sunday August street four or five block from 1 1OFF SKIRTS
tf
ents. Mr and Mrs. Reese Curtis IS. at the Coliseum In Live his home. SLACKS 3 OFF
and a slater. Bojma Renee King, The aherlffa d..pa.rt.m.nlocal.. DRESSES .
Oak.All
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all of Live Oak. members of this family are ed the car and tracked Edwards SUM JIMS
Serving as pallbearers were urged to attend.A to his home.MeCallltter. SHORTSCOSTUME
Roy Sletnp. Curtis Harrell Wendell basket lunch U to be spread said the youth had
Lewis, and James 8. JonM. at 1:00 p-m. admitted the thefta.I .

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DESCRIPTION SEC.TWP. RGB. NAME AMi DESCRIPTION 'SI.C.TWP. RCa NAME AMT.

Lmly Golfer Will Lot. 71 *. 7*. Brrl Hill Lot .. Bill iO-A. II IT. Oak' IS t II fw.. niu '.TI
(9f9 Lot H I II Tkompion J. C. 4 Viola .... Lot S. Blk 0-A. LI*. Omk II t II Brooka. Lout. O. I...
>> Not Meet In August Lot 01 Rtrlr Hill. E.t. tl I 1. BronMHl. R. 0. 4 Ll.al .... Lot II. Blk 10-A. Lite Oak SS S II Darlin*. ,,_.. 4. EUa .... I.II
LoU IS ".'... II, II, Bib.
LoU 4 *. *, his I, RR Add1 I 0. Mrrltt. Johns a Dora '
Mn. Frank Fetch Sr. prtal- PowellRlch.rd.on, 11.1 00 IS. Lite Oak II SBMi II Carter, W. C. ,...

Golf Association Lot .. nik t, RR Add It 1 1. Mrrtl D. 1.1.. of Lot 10 S LoU tl,
dent of the Ladle Lot I, Blk I. RR Add 11 I 11 Mvrrla, Corn a.//.. Blk II, Lit Oak SI t II Will...... Moo .. Mary

announced this week LoU IS a II, Slit .. RR Jau i.1.
WOMeNCLARA would not Add tl I 10 Molar ".., 11,1 U N 50 It of Lot II. Bib se.
that the association Lot f, Bill 1. RR Add It 1 t. Datl. HowardITOT. 1.07 Un 0." II t II HI. .'Vo... U *,
meet In August, but would meet Lot 10. Blk 4. RR Add 11 1 ll Lo. A. 4 All.. 1.11 Salts .....
the second Friday In Septem Lot II, Bill 4. RR Add 11 I II Dial. Acceptance Corp. 1.07 '' Lot d. Bill $l. M*. Oak II t II Ford N.lll.. Lot ....
Lot II Bill 4. RR Add 21I I l. Dull Howard L.1.. Lot 00. Ft E: A W X 100 ft
\ ber. 10 Ft Lot II. Bill 7, RR N Behit Part of Lot
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Add 11 1 II Stockton. K.ulle '.14 I. Sib II. LIT. Oak.1 1 II \ Whit. J. P. Eat. ..*.
Lot. I a 7. Blk *. RR Add 11SH I 10 B..I", I. L '.71 SH" Lot II. Sib 70 UT Oak. 14 f II Dixie. Aeeeptaae* Cor*, HOT
Lots 1 4 1. Bib I. Lot I, Bill 71, UT Oak S4 t II Joknao. *. Albort 4 Alberta I."
Civet Fletchcr'Slaughter : Pralt'and. Add 11 t II Ud.II, Z. V. I Pl.... N. .... Lot I. Bill 71, UT Oak 14 t II RobID_ II...... '.17
Mr. And Mrs. Cox Gift Tea Lot I. IIIk 5. Frnltland' Add 11 1 II Williams, John H. IIlat. Lot 0, Blk 71, LIT Oak 14 I II Maykuo E..... 4. Edna I."
I, 7, 1. I, Blk I, Fruit- Lot II, Bill 7/. LI.. Oak 14B 1 II Grimm-.. ". A. ROT.II : 4.JI
Mrs. McNeill Rehearsal 1'urty land Add It" W...... WobbSmith. .... SO rt adaWCar Lot
Give An At Home I For Mr. and Mrs. William Randall I Lot I, Sib I, Frultlind Add 11 I II CI...".. W. 4Alii II Run NIOOnKIIFt.
Ralph Cox celebrated Thursday afternoon, August MaoRoaroa S 11IFt.WSoPtI.Poe
Mr. and Mrs Slaughter. entertained on Friday Lot 1, Rib 7, Frultland Add 11 1 11 : Jama O. 4 ..,. N: twine part of Lot tl.
their thirtieth wedding. I fifth the Pine Street home of evening following. the rehearsal Lot 1, BIb 10. Frultl.nd Add 11 1 It Warn, CornalluiHill. '.17 sib 71. LI*. Oak 14Be t II .Pl.....,. b.l. I I....

anniversary with an "At Home"' Mrs Alexander McKeithen was emembera of the Fletcher- Lau ... II 1.. 17 a II.Illk 110 II. 5511
th Ft KIII Ft Bof
I 12Lot 1 1. 01 Boll I." *
lour for gift tea honoring. I, Hlldroth Ind Add *
from
Sunday. August eighth, the setting a wedding party. NW Cor Lot II RUB S
I Slaughter II, Bill I, Hlldnth lad
until six o'clock. Mrs Reginald Crews McNeill with Following. dinner at the Big Add II" Buratr Mt.. In t." Co.Holland. 11.1" Ft.100 W Ft,10 E Ft 10 to Ft FOB.N 100 B..

Receiving with them were MUsPrlscllla Mr. William C. Alrth. Mrs. Ma- dining room, the Lot 4, Bill 1. Hlldrotk ltd II" In. part of Lot SI. BIb 71,
Dixie Eni.tln Tiltil
private Add American Bkoll HOMO .. .....
OoH Ut. Oak. 14 t la
W. Mrs Winston Rogers,
C.
Mrs. hone Rees Nildrth'1ndAdd
Cox and Invited 'to the hosts Lot I. Bib' 1, rt l.fNW
guests were Err o1Ft KIIi
Mr. and Mrs Mrs. McKeithen as hostess II" Shul.r, 01. Ma* 4. LoonardSmith.
Jr.. daughters of and Westmoreland Street Cor Lot II I Ran I
home on Lota I 7, Blk. I. Hlldroth
both from Jacksonville.The es. II" Boatrkt/ IIIT.ll 50InKSOnNINnW :
Cox and 'where desserts and after dnner ltd Add 10 Ft to FOB. B.ln.
refreshment table was ov Mrs. Alrth .greeted the guestsat served. Lou 14 II. II. 14. Bill I. part of Lot 11, Bib 11.
coffee were Hlldrotk tnd Add 12 1 II Hill. 01. B.ll II America. 8h.ll BOOM, law 1001It
Llo Oak >4 I
themto *
erlaid with a pink linen cloth the door and presented The rooms, opened en suite, Lot. II. II, I*. 4 17, Blk' t. Lot 14. Bib 71. Lin Oak 14 1 Adklaa. LUIt '.TI
punch bowl the receiving. line composed of Hlldrtk lad Add 12 1 11 NIB, Mar. E." ..tl I
crystal ALotflttll.WXU":
with the held a profusion of pink and yel. .,.. lad .
Lot II, Bill S, 'Uld.
N I la BE Cor Lot
and 1
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placed at one end, the other end Mrs. McKelthen, the honoree low roses In varied arrangements. Add II" H.mlniw.r. Will Wlllla 111 Bill 71 LT. Oak II' It C......,..., Hank Aa I.41II
with an arrangementof Mrs. David McNeill. mother of Lot II. Bill I, Hlldroth 2ndLot. Lot Bill A Lot
1. 71 LM
was .graced I The dining. table was handsomely Add It" Roblnaon, Sarah. H. 10.1 IT

white and shaded pink .gladioli the bridegroom. covered with pastel green 10. II, W tl Ft 0$. 1NPsNISISOCFtKa. W ,. NW ComIG.. .

and pom pons In a foot The tea table was overlaid with white Imported Lot "/. II. II. 17, 00. It Lot III Ft tIW15Ft.
roses
overlaid with an oyster
4 NH lot 01, Bill 4. .
N I I 14 t Mor.. Sylrwter (.It
ed crystal dish. Silver trays held an Imported white embroideredlinen linen cloth, which was Hlldratk ltd Add 12 1 II Klnard. C_ O. 4. B.rale 11." B.. 11 rt I of NE: Cor Lot

petit fours, and cloth. Centering the table Lot 00 4 All 01 N of iradwlStrwV i. Bib. 71 and W 110.
sandwiches, hand cut-worked and embroidered Hlldr.th Ind Add 12 1 10 Llp..om". Jobs I Kddi.Juan. .. run
compotes held the a massive arrangement of ... Ft. R 10 : 110 N
crystal was 141 IFOB
cookies the groom's paternal
in ecru by Bd'N 10 rt t* II' It Mlllor. a I. 1147It
and yellow mums A Lot 141 X 410 Ft
nuts and mints. yellow gladioli grandmother. A sliver candelabrum br 7th AT*, E: ..f Sw.Lin .. B.. 170 PI I of NW Coo .
On the mantel was a fan shaped in a silver container flanked by white Lot I. Blk 71 4 ran I
three
with
lit .. W br Frail, Add .
100 Ft. E: 10 r,. N 100Ft.
design of gladioli in shades of silver candelabra holding yellow tapers, on one end of the table Known a* Lot .. Bill I.LH W 10 Ft to FOB B.ln. .
I tapers. Lou sold HIMr.tr. In Lot 1. Sib 71. Lit. Oak 14Bw I Wlleo.. WUlt A Ckrlatla ....t
pink, was balanced by the coffee service Sod Add Lo. N 110 Ft. 12 1 II 8... K. K. '.11 I 10 Ft S 4 SIC rt E of
Floral designs of roses were Placed at vantage points In at the other. Coffee was A partol l of .land D.. In DM I NW Cor Lot I .. FOBtkeiMo

used In the living. room and yel the living. room were Chicago poured by Mrs R. L. Brlnkman. 114 Orb Peelo..CBid.of St At NW Cor of. NNFt.WSIFltoPUSSib ISNnNFt.:

low .gladioli were placed at vantage Peace roses. Silver trays and compotes held Land of Milton Oranrlllo I 71. Lit Oak 14Be I II Surety ..... I...... C* till
places In the den. The bride's book was kept by toasted 4 ...nnl... W alonf a ..Id.of II rt I 4 110 rt E: .,
pink and green petit four, 7th An. II* Ft, NW Cor Lot 5N.Poll.
Serving punch were Mrs L. M. Mrs Russell Johnson sister of nuts and mints. Th..... It 1 11 Hill. A. J. 4. Coailo '.It I TL..SIIIP's.KlpnNINFt.

Jr. Mrs. Vernon Sllcox the bride. The table wa covered AI.at1HPtXIIPtleNW ; w urt5.
Crews ,
The family room held a pink Cor of lot A Bill t FOB. Blk 71. Lire Oak 14 1 It ....,. Hag I..... Co 1114
of Starke Mrs. Harry DuPre, and with an embroidered organdy net and silver leafed "Good For 'ron'I. f. Ft o. 7th A.. Lot '. Bill 71, UT Oak 14 I It ....... Boralo M. a
Mrs. W. H. Williams cloth with an arrangement. of n D.. /I" Dit II P UI II 1 IS Onorllla. ..11_ 7,1Lot. Jar Oof II.II
and tune' free from which guests I a II. Bill B. Wee'- tot II B'k'. 71. LI.. Oak. 14 1 It Will..... Ora<* Earl 1(7
Miss Mary Maude Mills yellow gladioli in a silver com wood lub.DIv .1. 11 T.we..nd Arlla K. a _. _.
pulled rhyming. good fortune t. Lot II. RIb 71. Lit. Oak 14 1 II .. 11 Eat: lit
Miss Diane Crews presided over pote on the table. bale, 11.1Lo Beat NW Cor Lot II Ilos
notes. ,. I. 1. 4 a II, Bill D. us rt. R//n
the guest book.Assisting Miss Jo Rees Miss Neva Rogers Assisting. In serving were Mrs W.lwood ./0 I II 1 11 Tonoud, Arll. K. I N MS FtW55FsM

were Mrs. Reel Mills, and Miss Kay Alrth poured and Miss Minnie 110.010. L 5.1B FOB Ilk 71, Lit* Oak. 14 It 1111..... C J. IUT
Julian I H. H. Slaughter 11Pt 8 of IW Corat Bo* 101 rt N ., U W Cor Lot
Mrs. Edward Howland. Mrs punch. Slaughter of Perry and Mr. W. HEI4 .f '11:104: i son 11 l." E 01 F L N
Robinson. Mrs. W. M. Jern- Mrs. Rees and Mrs. Rogers K: III n. B Itt ". W IIH. rt. w *t rt. s MHrt
Z. McLeod. I" r. N II' Ft t. POB.I I II lmltb. C_.. ..17 t* POs Bill II. Lit.
Igan. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Austin were hostesses for the gift room. B. ....t. f a I. Bill N. Call.. Oak. 14 1 II..Uln. C. J.It ".IT

Mr. and Mrs John Blus, Mr. and Miss Melissa Rogers. was junior Hobbs. I' I II Johns" A. a TMars.nnna. Ut T A .(* of Lot 4. (Ik
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WkltM. Add 14 I Jokooo. OlkIt tit
Mrs. Bern Swing. Judge and Mrs. floor hostess. Mrs. Clayton Lot '. Bill O. Coll H.... II I IS 1010._. A. I TIt_.. ...4... 441, Sib. C. II....... >

Reece Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Around seventy-five guests Olu1.. .... Bob. Dlr 14 t Will..... r. W. A U r. .....
I Honoree ....t i 1 b Bill A. Coll.. Lot 1 11, Bib D. II.......
Dick Lundy, called during the appointed hours I'arty
and Mrs. .
11 Sfl'\IIeI
Mr .
Fann H.I.h. II 1 Thomas ILet. 'u .DI. || 1 II OU... Tfroo.It I tl
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Abercrombie, from four until six o'clock, Mr. Edward Mullln and Mrs H..riel" .... ..... 44 *. Bib' D. II.......
I. I 1 1, BIb. B. Col. ....01. 14 1 Mania. .*.%... 41
Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. McLeod Harry Jim Haddon entertained honorIng .I... H.I.h' II. IS ...... Anal, L 1I.1t 14 rt 's.I..d of Lau

DuPre Miss Pam Parramore Mr. Jimmy Clayton with a Lot ,.. Sib B. Coli... I 4 I. Sib A. .....* 14ft N. .. .1 a.
Preston. Miss Ennels Circld Met In miscellaneous shower on August H.I.htl II S II Pratt Bons 11.1Lou N 115. Sfl rt B: 4
Miss Renee It 1 II. Sib B. Call.. I W BIb A. H.4oro* Add IIWH 1 II Slab Jaw A. ... UII ..IT
McLeod. Miss Brenda Crews, and I Johnson HomeThe second at the home of Mrs. Joseph H.I.h' II I II Jr.wn, A..I L 1.gar. .17 Lot I, ilk. A. Hoaaor.ao .
Abercromble. B. Davis. 110. Sib C. Call's. Add 14 1 0...., ..,.. Ill*
Miss Sandra Alice Oalaventa Circle of H.iabt. II 1 II ...111...... dthwlae, .... .... I-A 4 4.A. Sib 4. Dew.I. .
Out of town guest were C. W. Mrs. Davis and Miw Bobbl All' NMI at Iwo at RNi4W !I.. .._, Add II. II T....... Arlto K. 4f'
and Christie Goff of the First Baptist Church met In Davis assisted In serving. of W.ik.r 54. Sao$ Lt I. Bib' II. DewH.oAdd. 14Be s It ... Clr*. .V. 4. ".... I."
Ooff Jr., the home of Mrs. Charles John I pan .r MIL 11 II' IS To........ Arl" K. I at *E Coy .f NWH of
Jacksonville, son-in-law andgranddaughter The home was attractively Jtoe... ILi I' Mitt: Ron W 410 Ft
of Mr and Mrs son Monday afternoon with Mrs. decorated with floral arrangements Lot 5 Sib B. '1.'. Add It 1 II 'Iok., N L N 010 rt. B
W M. Jernigan as co-hostesi. Lou I a 4, Bib D. ...... I rt t* FOB. r..r'Ao' IsSE
Cox. Mr. D. L. Sllcox Mr and fashioned by Mr. Willard Add II 1 II Du''.. Mary E.. 11.1. Cor II I II R.. 5eb.1. u.
Sllcox David Oil I Mrs. John Perry chairman, Parramore. Lo" 111. Sib. D, ..... A a.rol of Land dM ra DlIII
Mrs Vernon I presided over a short business Add II 1 II' D..... Mary L.lr ..t'.' P I7S Ala* known M
cox, Mrs. James Lewis, and Miss Among the twenty-five gveat Lot .. Bib' O. .... I iI Ft.slat. Lot 4 IISH I II ...,..... Cortoy $54
Brenda Lewis all of Starke. meeting. present were Mrs. Harry McKel .. Add II 1 II RU,. I. 1.17 of RH .f NEH: W SEHof
Mrs. W. M. Jemlgan was In Lo' I C 1. Bib p. ..... NEH 14 1 II One. Job L 4 rraa.la. 17
Around one-hundred and of the "The Offering then. mother of the bride and Add I' I II Hol... e..rln.' Eo. 14S NWH ., IEH ., NBH!: 14 1 II Aoderee. ...... 1'4.1'A
the charge program Mrs. fisher Clayton mother of Lot RIb P 01.5. Add 11 Is Till.., LI..la Ie.: INr111
twenty-five called during ap : : : ;' arel of Iaa4 :
: It PIOd, .
Maximum Response" with Las : Rib P. list.. Add 0$ .la sl' w kr no rt NaId.
pointed hours. the .groom Sib ...... AddS 1 II 11..11. W.. A... I
S Mrs. Ben Reid, Mr. Henry Skinner Lot I. Q ....,.. 1.11 ,. DB III P III 14 1 11M.. 0.nral Oraol 11.11Atasud.I.OS114P

Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Per B. Lot. I I .. Sib. Q. ...... 414 14 1 II I...... Cb 4 Alberta. 114
Miss Clark ToWed "- Add t II 1i' It H__ c.,...,. Eo" 0511IM Lot 1. Bib. 4. laotoaM B.. ,1. ..
Fiesta Party Givrw ry taking. part. 1 Nis Lo' .. Iii. L. plan. 14 t II ....... Uroy U 4 UWB.MII ...*
During. the social hour the August Mr. DaM" 1.....: Add II 1 II Pa..11. 10.... Jr. 11.5. Lot I. Sib Ik ,........ RasLp .
For Miss Fletcher birthdays celebrated were alt Las I a ... S. Bib.. a.l4 14 S Mpg.. Michael. D. 4 BdlthIt 141II
Mr. and Mr. Frank Clark announce ,. Add i. B Is W1111.... Js rf 11. 11. 11Y, U. I....... La
Miss Tina Fletcher wa the In- Mr. R. T. Miller Mr. George Lot .. Mrs T. II.'.. Add II S II Hco!._ c.tto..... I... 4$1' plait 14 1 Smith. 0...* L J.. 4
and
the
engagement approaching 4 a .. Sib T. ... Barbaratl *
Lo'
and Mrs. Johnson.
plratlon for a Fiesta .given Burnette, marriage of their Add II 1 II H...._ ath,4. I... 1111I. EH Lot I. Sib 14. I........ .
Thursday morning from 10.30: to The hostesses served cake, .. Lot '. Sib Y. .1 Add 14 I Warm. B r. 4 M. U 111
daughter Bonnie Faye to June ::1:..: :.1 II t II P.roal. I.ba. "r. IIII A ,anal of lead .. r* D*
12:00: o'clock In the Blue Roomof punch, and assorted nuts Albert Bass son of Mr and Mrs. .., 0. Bill V. 141.. Add II I II ....... JtoIoeft .. 011... 5.11N54 III r 144 14 5 II Seretr Mtf. ..." c. ...*.
the Suwannee H tel. Hostesses Lo' 1. bib. W. I.. W A .sdd.MOl5
Mrs. Clayton Bass and Curtis Bas of Mulberry. .. n. .1.... Add i II.III...... r..I1. BCIy r..i': 14III 1 II c-.. L. U A Edttb III
were To The wedding will take place & log .. III' w, ..... I rt to IS. Booth Lit
her daughters, Mrs. Fllmore Mc Cancer Group Add IS I II wnll.... I... tIIIse I Oak S.k-DI: .* 11TW 1 II Utto.M Colo*. Ma*
Saturday. August fourteenth, at 5. Bib W 11.1. Is I 11 A.d.rs. C--. L 1).11. Will I..... 14.1
Millan, Mrs Walter Musgrove, Hold Workshop the Rocky Sink Baptist Church 1.1 4 I tai a, BIb..dW. wiirldIINn
and Miss Rose Baas 1..... Add II S II ....-. .....,. Ioils. Lot 1.. BMtk. U** Oak
assisted The local aerflce unit of the at eight o'clock.A N, 1.11. ....DI. I* 1 II ....., Ml.. I..... Caw 2141

Miss Oall Williamson American Cancer Society will reception will be held In the R': { lot .. Bra W, ..... Tk* K io rt .4I >** rt
in serving.. Add II I II Ir,.....ih.. I SlaMbS. Lot 5s. oth Ut.. Oak
hold work shop day Thursday home of the bride' following
motif carried out. a parent ear. 511. ....01. II 1 II CraotlUe, Cty*. A Darl SSiITb.KIIIIIfIU.Fsd
A festive was the home of the service chair. the ceremony and all wit L.t '. BIb. W. 'Ia,.
On a pedestal table at the entrance Add II i II A.Itokr\ 1151L.l Lot II, Booth. Lone Oak
doll In a man. Mrs. Morgan Miller. at 606 friend and relatives of the eoupl .. Bib. X. 11._ Add II I II Paracoll ".... "Po Is $1rte.NlNhSli oh-DlT II 1 ,II JobMMh a-.. A T_..*
Spanish
was a
West Howard Street. are Invited to attend the ceremony Ie '1.'. .... tit
bouffant gown .graced with a Those planning to work all day and reception. Add II I 11 A...._ I.1.1a114. Tie W t* It of I 10* IX
three-tiered fluted skirt and a M... /1a.. Lot It. Booth. Ltn Ook.bDtT .
are asked to bring a sandwich BIb 0. 5.540... II i It .. rmk A CwmII $550Mw
hat laden with tropical fruits. lunch. (IRenew Your Subscription*lerorlca I.Ad/ II 1' 1M iii... ,... .. I as FataiiiP1.
U.. 0.56.5us.
La.II" II lag 11. leaSh
The marble topped credenza .....1.... II t ....., II.... ,...., 0. II .1
held a basket of garden flowers I .LOAd:. ell. O. II 1 II ...ar..... ,... L 1Ioall. La* S. Bib r. Booth .....
fan 1.11. Ook t* I II TMUMW. WHBM 4KB. ..
and side table featured a
a 1 It Conor. L S.
Lett. Blk' O. Cote A4 I* II.
arrangement of palmetto fronds 11. Bib A. RIMnikIi II ...... Sib LOoff
AU 1 M.s.Ms 1.11 Ua I. 0. 1, 11.
Nolle* U aaroay |ltn thai Ik* l.ll.wlac d.xrlaW kale, or oo ouch thoroof Add 1* 1 II.,........ Arw L A.
laced with blossoms. *. will' ko nocoaHrr t* pq aatouat 4u* for taaaa korolai MI .pp..l." to th .Lot. I. S. 1A.. BIb A. BM.OJIt lit
refreshment table overlaid tarn '.e'''. with tko. .., ol ..ck. .... u4 a4rortl.a! (. will k* el4 ., puhll Homobns. sub-DIv II t II Onpanti Da.I. SIIILos. .
The was auction, T......', ..'..*...r 14, IM>. ., tk. hour ol lOiOO, A. ... at the. Clip Hall 11, 11, It 1 !Ji..1I. A. Lot 14. Sit .. Carroll B*
with a linen cloth whose deer .. tko. CUT ./ UT Ook In Bu..... Couatr, State ol ,....... No.phnp. .... II 1 II Millar. W. 111tat. lid. Add I* I JOM Ckwik> II*
I .. s. N..- tot II. II. Bib (. Ca.MI. "
wide border depicted characters DESCRIPTION SEC.TWP. RGB. NAME AMT pknpo I. : :'br..l. II i II 1111.... IM .... .*> *Ue A44 II t II JMW., CtwriU II

and scenes of a Mexican Fiesta. Rd .Lot I. Bib. .. H.....''. Lot II. 10. 'Bib I. Carroll -
U ineld.ora.aaseorsN lub. DIv. II 1 II WMs. WUIla .. ..... 111 :... *.4* A44 10Lot. I II J...., a...U.. A ......* ..
On end of the table was a
one or .. M..pbnp.. LLSi.1511.I14.
of I Lin of NEH: .Lit 1 B.
nll. I. Ihl.w. .... 111 I* 1 II T.aaMad. A... &. .
large floral pineapple made of SEVi of Be* a run N 100 ... II / Blk T, Llkortr Hol.kU ALota
N. aloo Id Sib. s. H... ...... fit
miniature rlnnlas and marigolds vie 'h.n. W 100 "1.54. 15 ..,.... SW I A......
r", I: 100 tt le I'OB" 1 1s Nreolll.ur, Ruby a pbn5.5.01: II 1 4.11tt' I 14. Bill It. UhortyNoKhu
shading from pale yellow to gold,, Manla 1111of I U. ... B. H... 10 t II T.ao..a4. .... E. 4
1 a .Isrtlnl a' SW Cm : ::. ...- r. II 1 II G..,. ...... Da." ..... ...... III
s4 .
with a leaf-bud cluster of km- 0a.. Las b.Ins lie IS. II. II..,...,. |.. l" n N of SE: Cor .,
quat. On the other end was a r, N a S by 110 It E a LotIu .DI I"I" $1 1 II Tier... n.rtto 1 It NEH ISwWNIPt
W, a \40 10 A. d. I. DBII L. 5 Sib I. C.--lI Add II 1 U Rri..a,. Mrs 1105 SiIinIINnII/
snifter punch bowl surrounded by Pit.. 1 11 HuMs. J. ... A 1Ia1".lo .... '.1 ..5. SIb.. II. C.r.MI Add 11 1 Carp 11.1 1515 rt .* roa i II. II .......... BUM: .... 41
pods of green grape, a tray helda 1AIsA..I.SICCorafNWi '" 5. lib It. e.mI' ..* tl rt W .f MBH .,
NU" II r.N. Willis.
141'at
11 I /w1d51 15..W
purple cabbage studded with of swe4 osa 1'rS7. 54 f I/ D.n...,. RohNBat, 11.11. .. BIb 11. ('....11 AU II 1 II MUI... .... ... .. II 10 Ft.PN,",. 5IiPtN
appetlaers and other trays of a B.. ., NI: C..1 asit..e: Let ., Sib 14 Canal AU 5. I II =:. ,..... a IM n to FOB uC.oiai S II ... Miiiain 4. AaW 71*
..d ,.sN Pt .... ., a .... I* .....
aws4
of colorful
variety canapes, pastries .
.
Carrell l.5.stab.1505..1
awliePtforaPoeTa.n. I I .. Bill It I.
cookies and Fiesta cake. .. Rus W 510 f. S10119E au Add II I II WIII.... Mw N 04MWead554 of * iTo
111 Pt If 111ti ., 11 B.1t. 1.1. e..11 InsS4. rt MS F O
A
Miss Fletcher and Mrs. Ran II 1 II B.rIe" 0.. a gal. liiiiIse "J' II 1 II Grime, ........ T. LU.I. .oa raa R 110 FVno I

dall Slaughter, mother of the <'l' 1101 pl. a al "I: II 111. Sib. 111 rv WIIIFtNIII
Cor or CLiI': .r 'w", C 1Ku e.neaIII i II II...... s..1. 1:.5. allAM n roa t* S II D a""t* ..., t. I N

bridegroom-elect, were presented W II ,d.. a vi pas.a .u l/ 1/. 81III.. e.mllII Lot *.. lap H* If of *WCo
II .It" ('.Sane.. 5.1. u.J" .' sad
gala corsages. : II ,... N tpds to 1 of 2.'r.-:
from the rOB II 1 is Hor. Atli '.11 1.11. 111. e......' n. N$5 ( *4o.roV .
The received
honoree .
IAisNEC.dawt4hd: II 1 II on', A. .. 517at p4. 14"-

hostesses a serving piece In her N a W by. R.... a 1, 4 1. 1. BIb IV c.rNII ,. 1 II J... (OMM. 1111
chosen sliver. Ta'I.. L: lor a. Iin. 54 1 11 Will..... ... .. 1a. 11.1. Add. 0 t II 0_ Bd.ar1 a. 117 U. *4 W *r HOMO* B .*
1 NE .f .... a Sib ,,. e...n1I. Add II 1 II a_ J... L InA40 10 't II t:: DotM 4 AooUa .. 111MNe..DSFVP110
tw':4: : 'li\\ \ .. i* 5 11 5..k,
Around 5.54
forty guest were pres .I.. Pt 1 II. Ii, 5$. 1/. 51 ...
ent.Halnlnnners. W .b5 4.. F0 I ,.. N I 51 1$. I n. BIb IV. c.r- .I.NMW C.rdKYs.:
a ... 10 Morss" Illaalle4Jt U. ....M Add II I II .II...... ..... A M.4g. N..MP LM a >*. .
'
Lot ICX140PtSDNaa: ....- Ills 1rsSIIPCtth; ";Fps
.Ip MlekSSr! W lor 0.... Lo' SIb Y. CaneI' Add II 1 II SL.4 l.NU I.M D **
Held I. I I/Ie A ab.. I. DIIII' .N 1 110 Sib 11. ._ AU II 1 II Ir.p. V..w 4.. .... i* I II "-". c-..... I VI.1 III
Pit.. L 1. H...... Will a II...",," 11,1/ M.II._ 1111 a1. 5o.AN 'otop lntofKB
Regular MeetingThe A 4t Bee 'S Nil: ('or 0' II 1 II Q..a. Ie: Irop 111M Caw of *RH a. ro* w INN
aWy 5uw W 1111, S... AN 1 15 la..,, J. R r 1115.N lI tit PO 10* rx
Suwannee Valley Hair ::O".r a Ili :.. tIll I: a It. Sib" 45. 5.... AN n I 11 N.ruIMd, 114. 111M .t i* 1 11.---' ..... ..

dressers Association met Tuesday 'to N los tt .. 1'0. t... 0, B" 4$. AU II 1 II awhu5.. ........ atM Lot .bas NIM *to rt w
ap.n.la4.dNI Iof : .. I. SIb .,, __ AU II I IS ....._ Aeh1 111a 4 tie PuI.i01C ofit
night August third a Wee Town Hwy 111 1 n M.... D.SSI 110 i. l1141Y11I.. H I/glen.
and Salon In tot I, NM1rn.h.a Add U 1 IMrblo wilay .. r.." all AM II 1 11 R115.tPb'a.I ..,.. Sit io "'Po'. no rv W 10*
Country Beauty Lot I. Mr0..5., Add Is 1 U Ony. e".. L III ..M I1. Sib. n. taw All II 5 II NN n .. to 1 tW,1t1A 14 4 11
. Lake City with Mr. Mettle Riley I A Is II Cor al .1\4 ., I. Bill '. .,...-. I1 1 II Da.1y l,.. .. .... ho* in rt a 4 to* n
seFlea wN11 ..M ,. 11.11 11. Str.IMaa SI i IJ W._ lathe I bi5p. 554M. W W NB car of BH .o4 .
presiding II I 15 ..ltbNL. 1.11nNW .. I A It I W" ., LM.iR 5.0 w INILB55Sn .
Quest speakers for the evening : ., tat N INt .o PUS t* t II WMb.., Wry I A" $54
Charles B. Dew of 8t Petersburg siellltjl.. .1 Ry II 1 II ,......... Arils K. 151I. i Lisf0y.1 U'II 1 II T.w'.t &. L 1 ..... 15.55'M .r.IIIF II154F1W.5w
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were .... Is a o, B..I' Hille N w ... ., n. St 11Ft 154 of I.N .* ro*
and AA Stelnlage of Ft., 1:.. II" .....,. 5. r. I MUSS ..... ae..NLhBibHI ;: r)0 Bi
Lauderdale Both spoke about the ..... II a t. 5.wlp 1I"1a a_ S .... W ..... .. *. 4.IMIIiA i* 1 II w--, .... Ie .. Arr 101
1:... II" ,........ R:, Mw '..1'I (' ... .. .tt.w..tt.M a IM .
NHCA Income protection pro- gal I. Mv.ly MUSS I... II { II '.... CLM II n l .p rot 11 I II ,..'- A. saaa $I.... of NB Cora W (RHl Bo*
T.-.r: 'UI .. 1 b ,.. /.L ur Ii 4 roo w I** rv tl*
Ram I 10. Real, HMIs 1:." II I II N....S., 'hi....... I ..... pl.c II I II T AM. L 1 Peal II' n M Ito n w
Members present were Mr tat II. ......1. III1Ia ICe" II 1 II ...,. ..... A.." II" gara1 $5 I II r--. ...... I .... an
.
Dorothy Croft Mr*. Dorothy LN 5.. ...&, 1111.. l.. 11 I II 044 A_esa.e C..p. 1510IM 1.A lib T. U, Oak II 1 If ..... ."'-rI, IBSN I* a ... PkM.a 4 Bk.M .
II. .... 11m. pis 5. 1 II MoNII, Co 0. $51W .. I" BIb U. IJ.. 0c0II.. a IS L.k.i B1fi. la. 1510I5L.11 fi 1 II 0..r..M_ lad 0...g. 514
Sugg Mr*. Marfurett Marten U. Pr..I, 11,1" I.. 11 I I I. Qs4..h. 11 N a. U. U,. M to HO of 0 H ., *H .,
Mr*. Ruth Lundsford. and Mrs.Ifatti la17. s..e, 1111I. ... 00 I II Mah'Id.. 11_ 14. :.. II I II TMl t* .... I VW Itt MBH B of 10 U N. 4* IT t 11 wm4 w. M. ass
lot IL .....I, 1111" 1.t. It I II 11.5.. Np1. I UIIIe a..' M IN SY U. u.. 00..1 I 11 TI.... -- 511M. a oorool .. Wow aa .*
Riley of Lake City, and .... $4. .....1' MUSS. Sot: II 1 II a...,. .....,. 151lat. t I. .. 511I7 5540551 51 I IC ........ ,..... I.... n"
.111B.Ip MUSS UM'UI. II 1 II cw.. Mae. ,. d11N WH of BH of MH at
and Mr. Dola
Mr*. Odessa Moses Ie": II 1 tI ......... 1w N. 1 .. D SIb ". IJ, At II 1 II 11_ tw A"__ ass' ONkn Ua. B ItirtvTN
Hall of Branlord. ...1. 111 40. Ue. of tl : u wac.m. = w. 111' n I 11 T-<<. .... L S

The next meeting will be Tues 41 ". 10.4 ri14. Ie": II 1 tI wii.aw re'. J..w I M Ltl ,.4 I.I';.: tt:.4,$,iN pI IS I.a 5.41 tot* t.LII.$1tUow Si..r ...

day. September 1. at 1:00: pa. at LM. .I I tB..Ip xIUS. .5 .... a. 811I 45. ..... tao4. ..*...* It I II S.hr. *. A. a Bara all
the Town and Country Beauty Ie.: II.. ...IIU..... J..s S rib. 0.1 tl 1 II w.w... ,.... 1 L..r MatTiT w. raaar
eras .. 511 ... 1151 cm cuuSUWANNEE
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[ HOMEMAKINC HIGHLIGHTS Retail Sales In I i: Growing in Faith ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON 8YAIaawlpaw..al.waa. .......

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I by Florida Up 1/3 f !

MISS IDA JO HARRISON
Home Demonstration Agent In Five Years t

Attention. 4nersime! for I I begun work Bales at retail level In Florida
sending In 4-H Camp rwer-atton !I' Mrs. Gladys Kendall who Is Increased by about one-third well
Is Here. Mr. DeVane tell me that Extension Marketing and Consumer above the national average Increase
you should get your release form Education Specialist from during a recent five-year
and camp fee In the office by Tallahassee Is working with Educational period the Florida State Cham-
Wednesday August 11 A ROM Booth chairmen today. ber of Commerce reported In Its
camp program ha been plannedby Mrs., Kendall will have conferences Weekly Business Review released N
the Agents and 4-H'en from throughout the day. The yesterday. --- ,-..----.- --.
I re*** that*JI CkrMlura atouMMMtanUiidUic Throui" a"",.. CVtttaM. kbM IB .U twlot ChrU tMa
I tMnt Oot-t I* pro- Our hum U u
Suwannee. Hamilton and Lafayette exhibit Ideas will be discussed As reported by the Census of ..... ..
.esn..an( ka.wkde sad Mil* bMn ., UM MUU W4 hminknM w..... w. conTM ur calls tai Htmu .tor. Throne fktUi s. W lID tar
Counties. Yur" -Wers. I think with her In order to receive helpful I Business for 1963 sales at Flor- .> Ood'. will sad fctSlvM .* Ood. kfWKht mm UM posse at-tar sad lied, nwinUin that mor this html** .tfn.tJi allow
youll find this a worthwhile op pointer In making effective I II Ida retail stores totaled. $7.8 bit ttrmctk to do that will; that .,*UHMM kit*UM.."'......* neat", fal' and nun It It.. -M .row., TIle *ratc<- wr bite UMr U-
If possible dont I I wr .ir.im sad food narks k*..-. milt MUMM .* ants. ....... *.lUM k-fur*God bolt wiklwiubM. our .u-ur-jMfc-Mvknw It..
exhibits cent the
portunlty so. I It should to be Uon. 30 per over prior .
prove a .. .
toM Uw I r4.-CMa-Muu 1 & klHctan.CMMUM 1:1(-14 and ttfirtprevmbw.-Coto- w 1U-M. GOLDEN TCXTl I CbrtaUUwu U,If.Siuilli .
,pass it up. most profitable day.A census covering the year 1958.
I When 4-H'er Ray Locke number of ladies spent a busy This gain placed Florida In sixth
brought his release form and deposit day on Tuesday making metal position among the fifty state Allen Hriinioii Gets Promotion
trays. Not will The U. 8. Increase was 22 Family
in last Friday, he was very only they have avery average
enthusiastic and ready to cot) useful tray. which will be per cent"Changes t At Klhuille Sunday To Marim CorporalDA
Dot it forget- Wednesday Au- real handy. when entertaining or In sales of principal Pastor's Corner l The Allen family reunion will NANO. VIET NAM (PUT-.
Lutt 11 have your fee and re serving the family but these types Of stores In the state Ind be held Sunday, August IS. at the NO July 28 Marine Corporal
{lease form In.AccorcI1nl ladle can have the satisfaction of I cate the directions the state Suwannee River State Park at Dennis Smith ton of Mr. and
to the reports from having a hand. made object of growth la taking. Obviously Ute niavtlle. Mrs. Sooner S. Smith of Route 4.
4-H'ers Phyllis\ Howland and KI good quality for the amount of effect of the tourist dollar show REV. RAYMOND WHITE A basket lunch will\ be servedat Live Oak was promoted to his
ah Eubankf. and Assistant Home Investment. The trays would also up In spending patterns. the noon hour, Relatives and present rank while serving In the
Economic Agent Mist Meadows, make very good gifts for friendsor "Food stores with sales totalIng Mia".",. 8$, Lak1 tpUco,aJ CbareY friend are being Invited to at* Da Nang sector of Viet Nam. with
the ClUtenshlp Institute was tree family. il.S billion In 1X3. were uP tend. the 2nd Battalion. :tnt Marine
mendous. After attending this Those making trays were Mrs. 33 per cent: automotive dealer This la an annual affair and Regiment 3rd Marine Derision .
nlB'tnce! in Wuhlmton. these Earl Walther. Mrs Lynn Johnson. sale totaled 116 billion up .4$ A favorite question to start off the production of your finer previously. ha been held at Rock ilia promotion was baaed oil
4-H'ers hare much on citizenship. Mrs. Laure B. Roberson ST. and per cent: and gasoline service discussion group U. "Who am I'" *. Spring, near Apopka.a time In service and rank, militaryappearance
Our American Heritage" which Mrs. H. E. Atkinson. stations came to $60S million UP Very few people ever stop long The moon and the stars which' and his\ knowledge of
they. can share with the rest of 43: per cent. enough to really examine this you established. renponalve relationship to Ood !elected military subjects.
us In Suwannee County. With the summer sale season In Department atore tales totaled Question for they may feel thatit What la man that you regard and a demand for obedience froma .
This past week end 4H'eriOlnds full awing you may need to sharpen |57< million\ in 1M3. up 85 percent 1s too speculative In nature for him personal Creator.We .
Haas. Nannett Oreene your shopping skills so youll and limited price variety any practical consideration. Yet, And the son of man that you are part of the world In Many I Giwae Type
Marilyn Saunders and Buster make wise choices. stores sold good worth $174 mil In times of crisis when a persons care for him? which we exist We affect It, andIt What' your favorite kind of
Ward were accompanied by Miss Take a close\ look at the Inviting lion an Increase of 48 per cent routine life Is suddenly\ Man and the world he live In. In turn affects us; however to checae? Maybe It's a cream cheese.
Meadows to an Electric Workshop advertisements describing the Specalty clothing stores had sale turned upside down this basic could easily\ be lout in the vastness focus on the question of. "Who to spread on cracker, or a tart
at Camp McQuarrle. Information various sales and understand the of 3M million up 1 per cent. question! cornea to the surface of Creation. A grain of sand at am 17". we mist see ourselves bleu cheese to blend for a salad
on electric wiring lighting and term of each sale. RestauranU and other eating and unless he ha already resolved the seashore has more signifi not only In our relationship to the drcMlng. If youYe a real con-
the correct use of electricity was Remember an Item la no bargain places Tang up $474 million up It. this question adds to his can e. The author of the eighth world but to the One Who created noUseur of cheeses, you have
29 cent and drinking place perplexlUea. us. We are who Ood ha mad than 100 different typet< given. These girls and boys are if you don't really need It. per Psalm was not disturbed by his more .
Increased 1 cent to reach t.1 us and It Is to Him that must \ from around the world.
participant In the 4-H Electric nomatter how economically It per Borne people may answer the observations for he continues: we select
Project. may be priced. Dont go overboardon million. Package tore sales cam question of. "Who am I?", by But you have caused him to bea first look for the answers to the .
How are you coming with your bargain-buyIng just for the to $1>4 million up 2> per cent thinking of their dally. occupations little less than Dud questions of our own identity (Office s.pNlee al MeCrunoa)
products to exhibit at the County sake of buying. "The furniture store total came : storekeeper lawyer parent. And with<< glory and aplm
PaIr Yea. It la Urn to begin Here are some basic consumer to $3M million up I per cent and housewife, student firmer dour you have crowned him.
thinking, planning and preparingfor Information guides to aid you ID I the drug store total was $2S' clerk. But w. are more than the You have caused him to rule
participation In the Pair. shopping: million up 30 per ems The only Identification that dally work the works of your hands;
Many bookmakers, men and Consider off-season buying I major group showing a drop In give us. Whether. call them All ha been placed under his James B. Daniels
4-H'm, as well U members of There may be leas choice of Items, eluding store selling constructionmaterials. vocation, employment. Job. or feet.
Ole County Fair Association have but this need'I not be a disadvantage Sale came to $33 I calling\ these are thing that we Here, man U a very special
when purchasing stand million down II per cent"as do. We are classified by them part of Creation, and he'f'n
ardised Items such as socks or but they do not truly\ answer the stand apart from the rest of the Funeral HomesLIVE
DO YOU HAVE AN white goods.Understand problem of our Individual Identlty. world because of who h* Is. nut
Alcohol Problem? guarantee Know Must Have License for many of the things we do man la only. who he is because of
who Is responsible for fulfillingthe Sportsmen are required by the can be duplicated by machines, his relationship to Ood. Without OAK and BRAN FORD
We now have in Lire Oakan guarantee agreement Have I Oame and Fresh' Water Fish and If a machine took over our God man .ls something else be-
AA Group ready to the terms of the guarantee been Commission to have their license work we would have la look for anew aid** man. Saint Paul always saw
help you cut along with the price Examine In their paateaalon at all time Identity, man a* placed before Ood. with Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-
all sale Item carefully.Be while hunting or fishing. We can look fur our Identity In equipped ambulance on call twenty-
WRITEP.
a smart shopper. relation to the universe, and what
O. Box 591, low In calortM. For eating enjoyment we find can be terrifying. Ai four hours each day in both Live Oak
LIVE OAK Served raw or cooked, whole In a salad. It to sometimes scientists probe deeper and draper If you were born In and Branford.
better to peel tomato- To peel Into apace, the lima of the
OR CONTACT YOUR alieed. or diced, tomato add a August of an odd.numbered *
touch of glamour to any meal easily pierce the tomato ..Wa universe" art wn to be far beyond -
Physician or Minister Tomatoes.... an excellent fork and hold It over an open the trachea of our Imaglna l year, renew
of and flame unto the skin bunts. Then Uon. Compared to the alas and .CALL DAY OR NIGHT.
source __ Vitamins.___ n A _and_ C_ your driver license
I lenity-u away the akin with distance of the known galaxies\ LIVE OAK BRANFORD
knife. nan la but a minute particle of this month.
Stuffed tomato- are a aumrtlme eoamie dust Even the Psalmist.
Following Doctor's Advice AM Offering favorHe. PUI the acooped had a comprehension of man's 362. 3333 935-4100
out tomato with one cup tour nnltness In relationship to the Reece Brown
FOR SALEThe cream combined with on half an world In which God had placed J. B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.
COUNTY JUDGE
envelope of onion soup mil. Add Mm:
one peeled: and diced avacado anda When I regard your heaven,
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Florida Is Breeding Ground For and tremendous headaches amount In measuring of red tape and I

I regulating acreage" Fuqua em- \

Thunderstorms Tampa Bay Leads phasized. >
; The Congressman said that his
visits throughout the markets in FREE FISH'FRY
GAINESVILLE Florida la a Lightning Is a "gigantic electrical -
Florida had convinced him that
breeding ground for thunderstorms spark" jumping between ,
averaging more of them concentrated areas of positive and the farmer and the tobacco industry -
per day than any other state In negative charges. Butson say would be benefited if the
the thunder hear is the acreage factor were removed from
the nation. you
The highest number occur In "rapid expansion" of air heated the regulations. "Farmers wouldbe WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS.
the west-central part of the as a lightning bolt cuts throughthe limited to the same poundage
that able to sell, but
Bay they are now
state around the Tampa atmosphere
area, cays Keith Butson state The weather specialist explains they could plant their crops in SWAMP CABBAGE HUSHPUPPIES and
the most beneficial to BRUNSWICK STEWat "
cllmatologlst with Florida's Agricultural that the normal seasonal life of manner ,
Experiment Stations. summer thunderstorms will end produce high quality leaf. The j
"This Is largely due to moist in about six weeks from now for farmer knows how many acres to
winds sweeping In off the surrounding most of the state but may linger plant to reach his poundage allotment Festival Park in Perry FloridaTHURSDAY I
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bodies of water," he into October along the lower east and, of course, would not
cald. coast be able to sell any 'excess pro
Most thunderstorms take place But thunderstorms aren't all duced. However, my conversa-
during summer afternoons when bad they keep the state wet. tions with them indicate that wIJ
the earth's surface Is warm But- ter and, cooler than it would be they would much rather have just
son explains that after the sunsets otherwise. Butson noted that the poundage controls than the
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chances for a storm are less about 62 Inches of rainfall is the present combination," Fuqua said. ,
since there's not enough heat to :yearly average for the state. "I believe this proposal Is wor-
carry the air upwards.The And,. skies generally clear in thy of consideration and I am ;,
weather expert says thatas several hours under thunderstorm hopeful that it will meet with I AUG. 12 1965
the sun heats up the earth conditions. favorable response in the Con-
during the early part of the day, a t gress. It seems to me that it I ,
would reduce the cost of producing -
hot moist air rises In columns to
form clouds. These can often be No. 1Memorial- a tobacco crop by being able -1
seen at 50,000 feet. The air is at White Springs will to; plant in the most efficient GEORGIA'S EXGOVERNOR"MARiIN
usually filled with moisture' not agree with the Bell lady that manner making the most use of
"drawn from either the Gulf of "rift' raft" is attracted to the rive machinery and labor while at the
Mexico or the Atlantic". er. for one only has to visit the same time greatly Increasing
moist air cools Memorial to see America at its quality We have found that the
"This rising
quickly." Butson says, "and be- best thrilling as do we to the II foreign markets want our Quality / GRIFFIN"will deliverAN
gins reaching the dew point charm of the country Foster tobacco, and a program that will
which humid air must reach before made dear to us with song Increase quality will, in my opinIon -
water vapor will turn to greatly Increase our exports," IMPORTANT MESSAGE ON.
liquid." We need to know facts not he concluded. ..
A good example of this phe- fancies. That's why each of us '
needs to take time to listen "
more
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nomenon Is the water beads or"sweat" No.4 5
the side of and discuss and be more concerned
appearing on
about public Issues. an aggressive campaign and pre
your glass of Ice tea. STATES RIGHTS
small water droplets which Our Interest or nonInterestcould sent a program of growth and ;
result The from the cooling action well determine the future development to the voters of the ; .
state.
and similar to those seen in a fog course of our county.
aNo The candidate charged the
form a cloud present administration was following AT 7 P.M.
If cooling continues the drop- 2August a "hold-the-line" attitude ; .
lets grow in size falling as rain 19: 9:30: a.m., Mayo and as a result Florida was not
when they become too heavy to Community Center; 2:30: p.m., moving forward or meeting its

remain Several suspended.things are happening Cross August City 20(Courthouse: 9:30: am., Trenton potential. a : -' FOOD WILL BE SERVED FROM 5 P.M., TILL 8 P.M.

inside a cloud, according to But- Courthouse; 2:30 p.m., Bronson
son. Air is ascending in drafts Courthouse. No. 5Coryell I
and carrying the water dropletsstill Plans for development of the was a member of theband
higher Into the sky river valley as a recreation area at Suwannee High School PUBLIC INVITED-BRING THE FAMILY
The dark clouds or thunder- and criteria for acquisition of and would have been a junior
beads-sometimes reaches as highas land are among the topics slated next year. He was a member of
60.000 feet. At this height for discussion at the meetings. the First Baptist Church here.
the droplets "freeze" and occasionally Management of the acquired acreage a a
fall to the ground as hail. Is also expected to be explained No. 6sitlon Sponsored By Your
Lightning and thunder accompany -
all thunderstorms. as at Branford where teachers
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Hanvood Evans ber said.He No.3 of pounds he can sell. he would,ins.. lie be filled predicted when all school positions be- TAYLOR COUNTY CITIZENS COUNCIL'P.


Earns Valdosta stated that the tremendous The new high school being builtat
costs of measuring the farmers' the Pine View site is to be ready
0. Box 348
acreage under present regulations by November Folsom said Perry, Florida
State Degree would be eliminated. "A and removal of the high school
farmer today who is limited to from the downtown site to the
Harwood J, (Buddy) Evans Jr., 12,000 pounds would still be limit Pine View location during the. -- -- -
son of Mr. and Mrs lUrwood J. ed to that number of pounds, but Christmas holidays should cause
Evans Sr., of this city will receive would be free to plant his crop as the least confusion and interruption. -
I a BS degree in Business Administration he saw fit" he added. .' ; ___,_ -r1 Sell Your Tobacco In
at Valdosta State College "One of the major problemsthat L. M. Crews Jr., chairman of
In Valdosta, Ga, Monday August facet the American tobacco the school board, said here this
18.Evans Industry is our loss of export week that the school board was _
is a graduate of Suwan- markets because our tight controls seeking the assistance of the city LIVE OAK FLORIDAFlorida'
nee High School. have resulted In a search for and county commissioners in pre- ,
I He will teach'mathematics and poundage at the expense of qualU paring the area around the old
: be a part time coach at Palatka ;y. This was one of the basic reasons Suwannee High building for reconvening -
: High School next term. advanced by those who favored of school. Oldest And Largest

the poundage control device A large hole resulted from a O"
," Fuqua said. ave in at southeastern edge Tobacco Market
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM "By limiting acreage as well as of the building and this caltyhaa r' .... ,: -
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HOW TO KILL IT. poundage at we do now we are never been filled. Crews Indicated ,t. Where Bright Leaf Always Brings More
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IN ONE HOUR the farmer to his being
I forcing plant county equipment was
T-4-L mud .too Ik* 'link and buralntor crops: too close together; by set sought to repair the damage.
our 41* bank a/ sop drop (tor*.. Ling row patterns we are eon- The street alongside the school
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to I 4iM. InfMUd skla ilouk
I t eft. Than wiled. HEALTHY skin p.: rlbutlng to a lower quality leaf in wu also damaged during Hurricane
p.rl! NOW 'it ,LIVB OAK. DRUG hone rows which are shielded Dora and It also Is to be re- 5 Warehouses-2 Sets of
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 12 1965" VOL. 81, NO. 13 By Press W..A'"llto"' Writer

A911INGTOY-In the few weeks that presidential conildant l

Heading Program At Social 11 Bill Movers has trod tt acting, White House press tear -
Security
News From BranfordBYt I Branford End SaturdayThe Ury he hot done very wtll. He has even captured the confidence
of the hard-bitten White house press corps
reading program at the Answers It U obvious now that when Moytra took on his new duties
Branford branch of the Suwan- I there wu a concurrent decision on the part of the President
MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH nee RIver Regional Library will to make an all-out effort to improve his rela-
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end Saturday morning. Miss Editor's Note: These durationsand lions with the prens. TBIS involves some
--- -- Catherine Braun of the Live Oak answers are compiled by William changes In Johnson's attitude toward reporters -
Last Rites For Branford 1911 Crabs Branford staff will present three films at I M. Eanea District Manager and what they writ about him and
the Branford Library and announce for the Social Security Administration his administration.
To Have Class ReunionThe the names of children mho at Valdosta Ear** Invite Movers U the man in the Whit house
Hunt SaturdayAt 1941 graduating class of PersonalsMrs. earned diplomat and stars In the readers to mall their questions to i closest to the President H* know how the
Branford High School will have reading club. him at P. O. Box 1133. Valdosta. President thinks and 'what he Is thinking
Ita annual class reunion Saturday The program will begin at 10:00: I Oa. Please do not mall your Inquiries about. Th. President has changed his own
Branford August 14, at 4:00: p.m. Thereunion W. E. Smith and son. a.m. and children In the Branford to this paper.) cou,.., too, and now I I. running on the bails
will be held at Branford Wayne, spent last week vacationing area are Invited to attend QUESTION: Would you advise of utmost possible disclosure consistent 'with
Funeral services for Mack Alton Springs. in Fort Laudtrdale. and stay for the refreshmenthour people to come In right away to 1 sensible government operations.
Hunt farmer of the Branford Everyone 1s asked to bring a Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hatch and that will follow the showingof find out about the changes In the Movers ays that he win probably move
area, were held Saturday, August basket lunch and a soft) drink family spent several days this the films.Sunday law? ba_k 'A hl s n arm al deign In plx months et Nh
7, at Magnolia Baptist Church week vacationing In Daytona ANSWER: If you already get a lilt Meyer tii he continues to be as rucctmful a* heU
with the Rev. N. L. Martin, pastor Beach. Salt Springs and Jack- monthly check do not come In. now he probably will remain at hi present r
of the church officiating with Mrs. Owen Is Hosier!! sonville. School Cla-wow! We will get In touch with you. CloM f. LBt post for the Indefinite future.Of .
the Rev. Allen Price assliting. For Bran ConI WSCS Mrs. V, M. Moses spent a few Branford Baptist MeetThe Otherwise you may come In at court., had George' Reedy been given the
Burial was In Oak Drove Cemetery The Methodist Woman's Society days last week as a patient In the your convenience.' But you will same complete access to White House thinking and planning
with the Janus B. Daniels of Christian Service met Monday Pine View Hospital in Valdosta.I Fidelia and Golden Circle have to plan to wait your turn and the same determination to make all the news possible I available *
School Classes of
Sunday the
Funeral Home of Branford In night. August J. at the homeof Oa. I since we expect' to be rather buay to the press, there would have been no need for Chang, It
First Baptist Church In Branford
charge of arrangement Mrs Oraham C. Owen In Mr. and Mrs. Juan Darrell QUESTION) Can you furnish I. axiomatic In Washington that press relations are only as
Mr. Hunt was born In Suwan&ee Branford.Mrs. Douglas and family of Pahokee met Thursday night at. the homeof some pamphlets on how these new good ss the government officials Involved want them to be.
County on October 10. 1918 Marion Parker had chargeof are spending' two weeks visiting Mra.. Lawton 81ms.Mri. changes In the law will .work The question now Is how long will things go on a* they are?
lifetime In this Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson and Raymond Land was tohostess to believe that the Preildent
and spent his the program on "The Disciplined ANSWER: We will have several It U hard for Washington reporters
county where be engaged Infarm1n Life". other relative' for the meeting.A new pamphlets a* soon as they has permanently' chsngtd his attitude toward them. TIIey're1I'lllInr
,. He was a member of the i Following the program a short Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffin and short business meeting was can be printed. for some stralntog. envelopment to occur and then see
Magnolia Baptist Church. business meeting was held. daughter Ann. spent the weekend held. QUESTION: How long will It If news availability suffers.
Survivors Include th* widow, In Saint Augustine and Ms- Mr*. Sims served dip crackers e e *
Mrs. Owen served her guests tale your office to find out If I
Mr*. Addle L. Hunt. Branford: cake and lemonade. rineland. cookies, and punch to the seven can get anything under the new S rirrTROMC: HAZARD There's a story about the op-
five daughters era Betty Lou Mrs. Robert Fletaher. and Mrs. members present.. law pulent, be-mlnked woman whose chauffeured car drove up to a
Moses. Mr*. Chryal Meflctte and Thetana Atweil attended the wedding e ANSWER: At moat we should luxury hotel. She asked the doorman to carry her hulking 14-
Mlta Donna Oail Hunt an of Card Of Thank of Miss Tina Fletcher and Story Hour Planned be able to tell you In a few weeks year-old ion Into the lobby. When she was asked If the boy 'was
Branford Miss Vivian Hunt of Friends and relative: William R. Slaughter Jr.. Saturday Branford just how these changes affect unable to walk the doling mother replied: "Thank goodness hsd
New Smyrna and Miss Jeanette Words can never express the night In Live Oak. Saturday you. Thla la true now even If we ,eu\'t have to."
Avery Gainesville; a son. Michael gratitude In my heart for all the Mlas Marion Weeks ef Jackson- Story hour will be held Saturday have to send off for your records. The Federal Aviation Agency ha* a somewhat similar problem
Hunt. Branford: a step-moth. kindness you have shown me dur- vUe recently' spent th* week end morning August 14, at ten Later It might take a little tonger dealing with home owners who have electronic devices to open
er Mrs. Bessie Hunt. Safety Harbor ing my stay In 8t Vincent's Hospital nailing Miss Elaine orunn and o'clock In the Branford branch of QUESTION: ; What do I have to and aloes their garage door. It seem that these gadgets transmit
: three sisters. Mrs J. C. Jones I family. the Buwannee River Regional Library. do to get the raise they promised radio signals as well a* receive them.
and Mrs. J. O. Hagen both of Since I waa hurt hi the automobile Hugh J. Dorsett of Deiandspent .All children through the \II' Borne of them are transmitting the signals so strongly that
Dunedin and Mrs L. W Carpenter accident May II, Z have: several days this week Visiting age of twelve are Invited to at. ANSWER: Nothing at all. Your airplanes are accidentally picking them up as airport directional
Lake City: three brothers.P. spent nine weeks In the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dorsett.Mr. tend. checks' will go up automatically beam and tend to "horn*" In on them. In one week la Lo*
O. Hunt. Dunedin and P. E. I was allowed to spend a few days and Mrs, Leon Hatch were RefnshmenU will be served. You will get a check for back due Angeles, the FAA tracked down no less than BS
and J. H. Hunt both of Bran- at home but now I am back In business visitor tn Jacksonvillelast amounts In September, You will offending garage door opener and shut them 0..*..
ford: and three grandchildren. the hospital for an Indefinite Tuesday.Mr. had as Sunday guetts. Mr. and not have to call write or com In down DNA
Active pallbearers were Eugene period. Although I'm In a eat and Mrs.' T t>. Minter Sr. Mrs. Oene Fisher of Tallahaante.Mr It works the other way too. In a Midwestern"
MeDette. Owen Young. Lenny and on crutches. I am thankful to spent several days last week In Nellie Wise spent a few |runfont{ Scout At city, garage doors flip-flop at all hours as certain ',I..,
Puller, Willie Benches, Josh Collins be alive and I believe your prayers Tampa, St. Petersburg, and other days last ......visiting Mr, ..nd"fL flights. pea overhead.
and Wilbur Man. helped so much. points af Interest In South Flor M. M. Rye and family InLt.e New Mexico Camp; FAA Is asking all owners of these devices to cut down on
Serving as honorary pallbearer The beautiful.. cards, flowers ida. Oak John 11111 of Troop 90 In Branford their receiving antenna to tile minimum needed for driveway
were Ed Han. Clyde' Stoeum and gifts yofl sent m* have been Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Williams Lano Purcell of BuahneU spentseveral ls at Phllmont. a scout ranchIn operation Or. betttr yt, to gt out and lift like everyone *le,
Earl Smith. Norman Sanches a constant Joy to me. Jr. and son left Sunday to day last week visiting New ....Iro. lie la to return ----
Bud Benches Cyphus Peterson. I pray that Ood WIll bless each make their borne In Lakeland.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R R. OUley and home Thursday.A about the raise.QUESTION ANSWIIt.:; We will Nnaur-
Leroy Landrum. O. A. BosweO. of you for your' thoughtfulnes and Mrs Oraham Owen other' relatives.Mr I: fetter was received by Scout : ) I signed up tor my your claim automatically. If your
W. J. Bailey. Albert Jones" Carl Please continue your' prayers for and family had as guest Sunday *. Walter E. Long of AllanU muter Jamie Slocurn from John checks at ago 63. I worked some earning after you signed up are
Hawkins, and Ernest: Walker me. I love each of you. afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Joe Me- I* spending this week with her who reported he was having a last year and the year before. high enough to rala* your pay I
I Mrs. Jim ('Ib lma Godwin Meekto of Hawthorn parents. Mr and Mrs. R. C.: I fine tune! trallbtaaing and campIng When I reach IS next year will aunt you wilt get a larger month
_ (.*.... Tee. Sakeerbjile) .Paid Mottos) Mr. end Mra. Marian Parker Hatch, and ether relatives. In the Rocky Mountains. my checks go up? .ly eheck.
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Rtg[ 1AL Revival Starts I LAFF-A DAY I



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1 I A FRIEND of mine has very Arteriosclerosis.
1I I narrow vision, up and down,, Kidney disease.
We were glad to have good attendance W. H. Tidwell was a business and tideways. Could this be re- Hormone imbalance
at Sunday School Sunday visitor In St. Petersburg Thurs. 7 tlnltls plgmentoiaT If not what Dietary and vitamin de
There were thirty-eight present day. can It be and Is there a cure ficiencies.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll for It T Allergies.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark of and son Wayne, of Gainesville Mrs. F. N., Canada Liver disease. v
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. were guests of Mr. and Mrs Willie Dear Mrs. N.: It Is obvious Varicose veins.
and Mrs. L C Terry Sunday Beach Saturday night and that your friend has been sxamined Water and electrolyte) im
Mr. and Mrs Leon White of Sunday. oy an balance..
Orlando and Jesse Kirby of Cedar Rev. Marvin Odom filled his eye specialistwho Infections.
Keys were guests of Mr. and Mrs. appointment at the Mlkesvllle I has BUR- Persistent use of drugs.
Willie Beach Friday night and Advent Christian Church Sunday. '; rested the possibility Injuries sprains and tears of
Saturday. Mrs. A. C. Kldd of Punta Gor- of retl- the ligaments.
Mrs W. H Tidwell and daughter da was a guest of her brotherinlaw nltis plrmentosa. Excessive heat In tropical
Lena Pearl were visitors in and sister, Mr and Mrs. B. .. Certainly climate.So .
Jacksonville a few days last week. E. Spooner, a few days last week. > one friend varied are the causes ofswelling
O. D. Beach was a business Mrs. Dan Hines of the Magnolia would not hazard of the feet that each e[Y,,_.._ .... INh ''.N Ir..L -- J
mess listing might have ten additional ----
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A number of our folks attendedthe M. Tidwell were guests of Mrs.L. Dr. Coleman about such a subllstlngs. Any one :you "My gosh! Haven't the painters finished yet!"
funeral of Mack Hunt at the J. Cannon Sunday -- complicated choose might be wrong and will
Magnolia Baptist Church Friday Mr and Mrs. Bill Bartley and REV HAROLD F; GREEN medical problem to another further delay treatment CRITICAL STAGE
afternoon. daughter Sandra, of Newberry friend without doing her aa Unreasonable stubbornness .Is
Roy Cannon of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach Revival services at Clayland emotional injustice. not listed although It can be
ited his mother Mrs. L. J. Sunday Baptist Church will begin Sun- Seeking a matt order diagnosis a major cause of chronic Illness
non and other relatives here VII-I Rev. F. E, Day will be here day night August IS, and reacha can only serve to delay caused by neglect
end. Sunday and climax Sunday August 22, at the urgency for early treatmentfor Tour husband may be one of
week come worship
which time homecoming will..__ beheld __ this serious illness or any the many people who are so
The Rev. Harold F. Oree other eye condition. terrified by the fears of unknown f
pastor of the Park view Baptist Tour friend has another disease, that they would
Church In Lake City will be the friend her physician, who Is In rather not "find out. It ls sad
$379.95 evangelist. Services will be held the best position to direct her that they base their lives on
: ONLY each night beginning 8:00: p.m. and outline her need for the Illnesses which they probably
and special music for each service specialized care of her eyes do not have, and that they nw CF
BUYS ALL THISRCAVICTORrTV' is planned.Rev. e e e spend their lives as psycholotf--
Oreen Is a graduate of the My husband has had one pain cal cripples. *
d Golden Oate Seminary. High after another and refuses to go When your husband .Is
lights of his ministry include mission to the doctor. Lately his feet brought to the mature realization 4I'yr'i'
work In Jamacla with the have been hurting and they that modem methods of
foreign mission board and In swell badly. lie can barely walk diagnosis and treatment are
Kansas with the home mission at times. Can you list a few readily available, your homo
board of his denomination. He causes that can produce this can once again center around
has also served as a chaplain at Perhaps this will convince him health and not around the
plus SOLID STATE STEREO AND FM-AM RADIOIN San Quentin and as chaplain for to see a doctor. anxiety of Illness.WMZe .
ROOM-FLATTERING CABINETRY the Baptist Memorial Hospital at Mrs. T. Y, Wisconsin. Dr. Colemo. ewmoCmiderfofce
Jacksonville Dear )Irs. T. Few people to answer individualIrtttn
He Is currently serving on eight would courageously reveal such As seW Me readers
statewide committees of the Flor- hardheaded resistance to a Question I.. Ms column tcAe*. 'i'y
Ida Baptist Convention.Rev. medical need. ever possible a4 wAm they
Green Is the author of A list of diseases? sri of general..,.,." Address trRwis.
four books and Circulatory disturbances of I/our fetters to Dr. Colsmaa .. .
ib, a number of
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phamphlets and has been the local -
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== Bridesmaids Luncheon LandMlutledge BomarStarling Royal Service WSCS Met MondayAt
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Given Miss Fletcher EngagementMrs. Nuptial Vows Meeting Held Methodist Church

Saturday. August seventh the Drew Vereen Land announces Mr. and Mrs John B. Bomarof The WMS of the First Baptist The monthly meeting of the
home of Mrs. Jason Kennon on the engagement of her Montclatr, Calif. announce the Church met August fourth at I WSCS of the First Methodist

Suwannee Avenue was the setting daughter Martha, to Robert Hoi- marriage of their daughter Audrey II three o'clock In the Smiley Build Church was held Monday morning -
WOMeN for a bridesmaids luncheonat comb Rutledge son of Mr. and Mae to Sherwood W. Star at 9.30: in the First Methodist
12:30 honoring Miss Tina Mrs. O. H. Rutledge.The ling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie ing.The meeting was opened with a Church.

Fletcher. wedding will be an eventof Starling Live Oak. song followed by the president Prior to the meeting coffee and
Lavender hydrangeas formedthe September twenty-fifth at Rev C. E. Pottlvent officiatedat
Mrs J W. Masaenglll giving the donuts were served by Circle
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor floral designs used In the living eight o'clock In the evening In theWeetwood the double-ring ceremony on call to prayer. Mrs. Q. A. Lee' Number Two.

I room. On the mantel were Baptist Church. July 9, 1915. at ferry then led the group In prayer 'I Mrs. J. Marvin
Phillips president

Bridal Shower For Miss Doss, Mr. Wilson arrangements of Ivy. No Invitations are being sent The couple will make their The general business was hand conducted the bustaesa
luncheon tables In town but all friends and relatives home In Live Oak"Coke" .
Mrs. Starling Will Exchange VowsMr. The were overlaid led and the following announcements meeting
with Yellow Belgian linen of the couple are Invited to I were made the advance
21. the New and Mrs. Alva Doss of Interesting and Informative reports -
Saturday. July
cloths, centering one table was a attend both the wedding and the Party GivenMins I leadership conference would beheld from the School of Missions
Center wu Chleflsnd the
Community announce
Harmony ap.
reception which will follow at the
basket arrangement of lavender
at the Oeorge Washington which was held In Lakeland last
Tina FletcherMrs.
the setting for a miscellaneous preaching marriage of their
asters and yellow shaggy mums Garden Center. Hotel In Jacksonville from August week
bridal shower honoring Mrs. daughter Carolyn to Bobby R. V. B. Brown was hostess' was given by Miss Susan
On the other table Colonial .
was a I' IS thru IT. At the September Pittman and Mrs Jason Kennon.
Sherwood Starling with Mrs. J. Wilson son of Mrs. Slmmle Koon at a "Coke" party Wednesday
nosegay design of the lavender Royal Service meeting officers Miss
Yvonne
A. Brannan. Mrs. C. A. Oamble., and the late Robert Wilson of Mrs. McNeill morning, August fourth honoring'I Jackson who la
asters and shaggy mums will be Installed and names receiving a scholarship from the
Mrs M. I. Johnson and Mrs. H. Lake City Miss Tina Fletcher.
Marking the places were place drawn. Tallahassee
S. Taylor as hostesses.A The wedding\ will be an event of InscribedIn I Party HonoreeMrs. I A pink and unite motif was district to attend
pink and white motif was August twenty-eighth In the Har.. cards with the names Russell Johnson entertained ; carried out In the floral arrange I Imenta. The meeting.. then turned' Paine College In Augusta, 0..
\ rice
and miniature bags
The Church In Chief gold In the home of Mrs. Dave I over to the circle program chair gave a report on her progress.
carried out In the club room. dytown Baptist The dining table was overlaid '
of lavender net tied on one side.Miss Mrs. Elwood whoused
man. Carroll She Is
majoring In sociology having
overlaid land six o'clock McNeil Monday evening with an
refreshment table was at with a reception .- her with a white linen cloth.
Fletcher presented
with white lace cloth over pink followingMiss Informal party honoring her sister Double wedding bells and fern as her subject "Co-Labor completed her freshman year.
attendants with a gift at the era In Home Mission", others
Mrs Jason Kennon closed the
and centered with a floral design Doss U a 1964 graduate of' luncheon. Mrs. Regnald Crews McNelll.a were placed at one end with the,
of pink gladioli flanked with pink Chlefland High School and Is employed Present Mrs. Evelyn recent bride. punch bowl at the other end. participating were Mrs Harold meeting with a.prayer..
were Preston Mrs. Ralph Cox, and
tapers In silver candlesticks. 811. \ In the law office of O. C.I Fletcher of Jacksonville Mrs. W. The floral designs were formed Mrs. Brown presented the hon.. Mrs. Dave Austin.
ver trays of dainty cake squares Purdue Jr. In Bronaon. Justice of lavender gladioli and yellow ores with a carnation corsage
R Slaughter ST.. Mrs R. H. The meeting closed with the done Control Needed
which hostesses served were Mr. Wilson ls A 1M2 graduateof chrysanthemums In the living Assorted sandwiches and sweets
of Lake City, Mrs. RobertBrock
I
song "Jesus Calls Us", and mom.hers *
frosted In white and decoratedwith Branford High School and after Jr., Miss Gall Williamson room. were served along with the' Because soil fumigants are expensive
repeating the watchword.
pink rosebuds. Crystal compotes spending three years In the Miss Cathy Brown of McIntosh The refreshment table was covered "Cokes" to the fifteen present the recommends dosage
of nuts and mints were on Navy he Is employed at the Precision Miss Valerie Barnes of St. Pet with a white handmade Assisting the hostess In servIng I rates are the lowest found to give

the table. The crystal punch bowl Products of Florida In Ft. ersburg Miss Myra Hancock of cloth of Venetian lace and batiste. were Mrs. W, Z. McLeod and New Comhinatlon satisfactory results. Since these
was at one end of the table. Lauderdale.All Havana Miss Lynn Rodgers of Gracing the center of the Mrs. Charles Green Br. rates are marginal It U Importantthat
table held friends and the table was a silver bowl I of yellowgladioli Miss A In the of these
The gift a similar relatives of Birmingham Ala., Mrs. Sidney The hostess presented new combination lace and every step use
arrangement of flowers. couple are Invited to attend the Applegate and Miss Nancy KayApplet white chrysanthemums, Fletcher with a gift of her chosen chiffon U for romantic fall even chemicals be closely controlled.
those Mrs. and and baby's-breath. Silver trays of china. Ings In lace do result In
Among present were wedding reception. ate of Olenrock Wyo. pattern Jackets over chiffon Failure to so may
A. E. Starling mother of the w e as of sandwiches and compotes of ee cocktail dresses, lace coats over poor control of nemaUxtea. soil-
groom and Mrs. J. H. McCkllan Happiness ls a by-product of nuts and party dips were placed evening gowns. borne diseases or weeds.
Legion
AuxiliaryMet
of Perry achievement Dixon Will Celebrate on the table.
Mill Jo Rees presided over the Thursday
Fiftieth
Anniversary
punch bowL The American Legion Auxiliary
Mr. and Mrs R. L. Dixon of Mrs. McNeill assisted the hakes met Thursday night August fifth For The Beat In

Tampa formerly of this county, In serving. at the Legion Hall for their regular -
ROOFING.
will celebrate. their fiftieth wedding Invited to be with the honoree monthly meeting CALL COLLECTSTANDARD

anniversary Sunday August were clasAnates and friends. Miss After being served a covered
22. at the Rrcreaton Center on Rees. Mia Sinks Koff Miss Diane dish supper the business meetingwas ROOFINGand

East Duval City. Crn... Miss Boob! Davis presided over by Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. Dixon U the sister of Jim Miss Sheryl Folsom" Miss Rose Crowe president

UVI OAK. FLORIDA rHONE SU-SMI CarmichaeL Mrs. Clyde Cross Bass. Miss Karen Perry, and Mrs Plans wen discussed for beginning SHEET METAL CO.
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lunch and enjoy the day with
Tln'IUm"y.nmty. \t.(1t''T' IfISDR. them. Florida. prayer ---.. -

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Feeder-stocker animals broughtthe
News And Activities From filiitefWttO WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF following: Words of the Wise

I THE Steers: standard and low good When you find a man who

THE RECREATION CENTERBy Suwannee Livestock Market $16.25-$19.75: ; Utility, $1450-$15- knows his job and is willing
Valley 75.: to take responsibility, keep
ROY SULLIVAN, Director Heifers: one good $15.75; standard out of his way and don't

Rain almost cancelled out the Roger Hacker 2nd. sa tr \ Cattle sales at the Suwannee. while calves made up nearly a $1300-11500; utility $12.- bother him with unnecessary

Little League baseball season Standing broad jump (girls, 12 S.CN uNt Valley Livestock Market' August third of the total offered. 50-$1400; Interior $1000-$1175: supervision. What you may
making It necessary that select- 14 yearsJanle: Phillips) ., 1st; 4 were again lower than those of Prices paid for slaughter animate Cows: utility and low standard think Is co-operation Is nothing
ed games be played to determinea Judy Howard, 2nd. the previous week. Last! Wednes/- were: $11.00-$12.75: ; one high standard but Interference.
day's sales of cattle and calves cow-calf pair. $16.00; one inferior Thomas Dreier)
winner. H rain forces further Standing broad jump (boys 15Id Steers: high standard and low ,
.
cancellations the team with the years): Roy Knight, 1st; John totaled 146 as compared with 221 good 2075-f2225 cuttres and $13 00. I
the prior week.Trading ; Calves: one good, $20.00; standard I.
best won and lost record on Friday ny Pate 2nd.Running utility, U3.QOIIUO.Heifers Scientists estimate that over
August 13, will be declaredthe broad jump (girls, Sand was active with the $$16.2J-$18; utility 113.7:1111.00 : the entire earth there are about a
,
: utility 11300-11650
demand for ; ; one around 150 Ibs., $20-
all
winner under) : Jerrlne Eggleston good classes.
canners and low cutters, $1000- ,25: : Inferior $1000-$1500 hundred flashes of lightning every -
In a game played August 3. 1st. Slaughter heifers and bulls were second.
$11,00.Cows I Hogs sold during the sale total-
North Florida Telephone won Running broad jump (boys Sand strong with cows steady to $100
: utility 113 00-1 It 50; ed 603 to the 399
compared
OLD as
from Ratliif Motor 76. Jernlgan under) : Ricky Lanler 1st; higher Steers and calves were
cutter, $10.75-$14.00; canners sold the previous week. Most sows 180-600 Ibs. sold for
few.
was the winning pitcher and also Lex Lanier, 2nd. 96" ? -
$8.00-$11.00. Mixed grade barrows and gilts $1915-82065: while boars brought
had two hits and scored two runs Running broad jump (boys, 10 Feeder-stocker steers were SOc I
By BOB SDDTK Bullscutter: and low utility sold by weight as follows: 10001200.
LanIer and Alexander both scored 11 : Lamar Silas. 1st Roger '
years ; to
$100 lower Heifers
BILL VOISELLE, a National were un- $1350-$1600; canners $900- 180-210 Ips., $2318; 210-240 Feeder pigs U. 8. grades two
twice for the Ratliff team. Hacker, 2nd; Orant Parramore, League pitcher from 1912 to eevn but averaged steady. Cows 1300. Ibs.. $2345: ; 240-270 Ibs.. $2295: and three under 75 Ibs.. sold for

The league standing: 3rd.Running 1950, wore the number 96.! were few and calves were steady Calves: standard $1625-117.- 160-180 Ibs., $2235; 140-160 lbs. $20.00-$26.25. Those over 75 Itw.
Team Won Lost broad jump (girls, 12 Voisell was from a small town to fully |1.00 higher. 00; utility $1400-11800; one cull. $21.45: ; 120-140 Ibs., $2000: 100- brought $$20.75-$23: ; and medi-
Suwannf Ford Tractor 7 2H 13 years) : Patricia Poole 1st: In South Carolina the nun Slightly '
by over half of the supply
I' 113.00. 120 Ibs., $1990; and 80-100 Ibs, ums under 75 Ibs. were sold for
Western Auto 5 4 Sharon Poole 2nd. of Ninety-Six and for this reason cleared to feeder-stocker accounts I Vealers: few standard, 1600. 1900. $21.00-$23.50.
North Fla. Telephone 5 4URatllff Running broad jump (girls, 14- used the high flgura. Big -- .".... -
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Motor Co. 2 9 15 years): Janie Phillips, 1st: Bill appeared in 246 games,
Judy Howard, 2nd. mostly with the New York
Running broad jump (boys, 12- Giants and bad a 74-84 career
Times and distances made by 13 years) : Bubba Phillips, 1st; mark.
winners In the junior Olympic David Hacker 2nd. ALL br Lug reaturM BrwUut*

track meet held last week were Running broad jump (boys, 14-
recorded and will be used as 15 years): Dennis Hacker 1st:
marks to equal or better In future Roy Knight, 2nd. SubscriptionsSlllrannee
similar events.

Results were as follows: The Riots from Waycross Oa, Democrat
Softball throw (girls 9 and un- were favorably accepted by 191 ,

der): Betty Rae Welfare 1st; dancers Saturday night. The Last Listed below are new subscrip-
Jerrlne Eggleston, 2nd. Knights will play for a dance tions and subscriptions renewedto
Softball throw (boys, 9 and un- Friday night from 8:00: p.m. until the 8uw'nnee Democrat from
der) : Lex Lanler, 1st; Robbie 11:00 pm. No dance Is scheduledfor July 29 to August 6.
Moore, 2nd.Softball Saturday night.
throw (boys, 10-11 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

years): Roger Hacker, 1st; Hal A swimming meet for all age O. W. Smith jasper

Lanler, 2nd.Softball groups thru 16 will ba held Sat Gus Cabre Wellborn ,
throw (girls 12-14 urday morning, August 20, at Mrs. J. M. Hines, Rt.. L. O.
years): Judy Howard, 1st; Linda 10:00: a.m. Those 17 and over will Ingram Memorials Co., Lake

Touchton, 2nd. compete In open class events. City
Softball throw (boys. 12-13 Events for the meet will Include Mrs. Laurie E. Duval, L. O

years): Chuck Warner 1st; Bub- distance, under water and backstroke SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED

ba Phillips, 2nd. events as well as short Irving Ooolsby O'Brien
Softball throw (boys 15-16
races.A .
Mr;. R. R. Oilley. Branford
years): Mike Ouy 1st; Johnny
Mrs. C. M. McCullers Lakeland
Pate 2nd. bowling tournament will be .Mrs. Susie Vann McAlpln
60 yard dash (girls, 9 and un-
held Friday morning beginning at
Alice M. Rees, L. O.
der>: Kathy Burns, 1st; Jerrlne 9:30: am. at the Center. Both J. W. Blume, L. O.

Eggleston 2nd. boys and girls can compete and Joe Sherard Dublin, Oa
50 yard dash (boys, 9 and under -
high score over a two game series Mrs. N. T. Green Zephyrhllls
): Lex Lanier and Ricky Lanier will determine the winner.
Mrs. C. M. Clayton, Rt., L. O
tie. .
Rev. Spivey Brabham L. O
50 yard dash (boys 10-11
E. S. Palmer. L. O.
years): Roger Hacker 1st; Ricky 4 County Postmasters: :!' R. M. Harrell, McAlpin
Bieedon, 2nd.
S. C. Hall. Branford
Attend Postal Sceninar
50 yard dash (boys, 12-14 ;
years): Bubba Phillips, 1st: David Four postmasters from this E. F. Moseley. Wellborn
Hacker. 2nd. county were among the more W C. Dempsey L. O
50 yard dash girls, 12-14 than 300 Florida postmasters attending O. T. Wade. Rt. L. O
Mrs. S H. Harrell. Rt., L. O
years): Judy Howard, tat: Janle a training seminar held PAINTMdCokesat
Phillips. 2nd. at the University of Florida onAuuat W. J. Fennell McAlpln
2-3. T. W Andrews, Rt., L. O.
50 yard dash (boys, 15-16
A. R. Murphy Rt., L. O.
yean): Dennis Hacker, let; Dar The two day session was devoted -
rell Lease, 2nd. to classes and study designed A. C. Hlngson, Ormond Beach

Standing broad Jump (girls, 9 to improve postal service H. L. doff L. O.
and under): Jerrlne Eggleston. I Attending from this county J. D. Bailey, L. O.

1st: Betty Rae Welfare, 2nd. were Mrs. Sara Rogers Live Oak; J. H. Simons. Gainesville
Standing broad jump (boys, 9 Mrs. Oeraldlne Vann. McAlpIn: Orlando Weeks Rt., L. O MARY 1J
and under): Lex Lanier, 1st,* Ricky Mrs. Ida Norris Branford; and J. F. Smith Jacksonville CARTERS 1Jahtthtg
Lanier 2nd. Mrs. Audrey Fort OBrlen. W. H. Gamble Rt., L. O.
James W. Ross L. O.
Standing broad jump (girls, IOU .
H. Murrah Jr., Tallahassee
years): Becky Breedon. 1st. Most of us are willing to suffer George
Standing broad jump (boys, IOU In silence THURSDAY moAY
as long as we are sure SAWKDM mn -
Mrs. B. O. Starting Rt., L. O.
yearsRicky: Breedon 1st: that everybody knows about It.
p., E. Hunt. Branford
C. W. Jernlgan. Rt., L. O
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Mrs. O. L. Lyles, West Palm e

MODERN Beach \
Reamer Harrell Rt., L. O !
AERIAL
Fred S. Bossrrman. Rt., L. O
APPLICATION Mrs. Oladys Hlngson, Rt., L O. '
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Spraying_Seeding Dusting Fertilizing 'rttwiire[ Not Critical J'

The amount of pressure used
In spraying for good chinch bug
I HOWARD MORGAN
I control is not critical. Garden ,

j PHONE 362.2016 U.S. 90 WEST hose attachments can give satls- r C' ,,
: r PLUS
factory results If enough water U f
LIVE OAK FLORIDA
used to carry the Insecticide well
Into the turf thatch. fI
SIX PAK OF

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AND- -INSURED- :: 'I : t.\}

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5-GET
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I GRAIN 6-PAKS OF COKES NO LIMIT/ / !"a!



f I I BONDED DOUBLE BONUS OFFER GOOD ON ANY



If f STORAGE 1 MARY CARTER BRAND PAINTS



\ - ROl-UTEXWAU PAINT TRIM & DECK ENAMEL KOL-HKKUrfXWAUPAlNT

I Dealers In '698 a. 2nd GAL FREE '698=: ad GAL FREE '898:2.: 2ri GAL FREE


I Phillips "66" Anhydrous Ammonia P/ai6-PAKef/ COKES P//1ft 6-PAK II COKES phis 6-PAK of COKES


Agrico Fertilizer :S* SPAR VARNISH ROMZEunxBOUSEPAMT UQUtt GLASS ENAMH.

Bulk or Bagged '698 212ri GAL FREE '88X. 2ml GAL FREE '895 : 2d GAL FREE


- Pius 6-PAKo' COKES Phis 6-PAK.f COKES 'ifs/ 6-PAK 0' COKES i iMARY


See Us For Your Seed Needs--
I CARTER KEEP COOL WITH FREE COKES

I --Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders 111 PAINTS WHILE YOU PAINT AND SAVE

AT THESE BARGAIN PRICES




s SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION !! MARY DREW and CARTER MARGARET PAINT WILDER CO.



North Houston St. : WILDER'S CORNER ON HELVENSTON AVE.

Phone 362-3596 % Milo North of i MORE THAN 1000 STORES COAST TO COASTI'

At Night 362-1164 Livestock Market :

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AUGUST 12, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN

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THE OLD HOME TOWN -a/5.+.-. By STANLEY ....., the ...*...tlM ft the -....... ItalnHur Ant..l II. l.*.. .l Ik* Board "..... of Ik. **.*. ........*.. ...... fled and required. .. Brenl wr .1...a
Florida Towns I ..4 tlw ..mt* te vktok II ... .._.... Rees In U. O..rt H_.. A... InU Yon nnd .... ., r** *.. '...h ...u. and demand. walek. ro., ar either .,
.r* M foltowilCvnttkat. .. Onk Fhrldwha ounlton ., fkd l tkat n ..slIs! **ultr. bas kn r.,i mar tn. Mta>to of
Mo ".. wkotkor u.. M.Mpln M>.ko..1 l .....". .ro...., ...1..., (.. kr J. W. W.II... katWrln\ t'po..J.* **.. 5.4 of
tJr Tar of !....... lt.t.D (nppr*>lw..tl> alt ...... In 8oUon IT. I. tk. *..... tyl4 1 overt an4 YM at. .aid. Coentr. t* the Count/ :.h.d..e
Get TH FUiHT STARTED ortrttoii' of rnVOTtr: ...* M !>H Tew.hip 4 ....t... R***. 14 ...n Ik. ........ .nmmnno4. ordr4 aad r*.illr. <<.ilI Buwann Cannlr FlarMn. nl kl.* offki.
[ Cigarette &M. BEFoeer I COULD In DB KF P.. .... .. halos l.. k..U4lnt. tkoraon aid .......... f Ik. flni. pour wrltun ....... or ..,..*>a, In Ik. *arl koine of add County nl
HIM HIS PRESEMTc Towtxhlp I _'''. *..*. It E .1 Give >. l. vkleli" .........1 I Lul John far Mk al vvrpoM. Nntlo k fnnn I.. MM ..... In tk. .ffle. .f Ik. CIo,1I from Ik* tin. ef tk. Viral pufcllrnilon -
Tax BUT t GAVE HIM A *,. **. thai If MM Mkool Kra" n4*. kulM.ii4 Ik* Clrcnlt. Coorl .. and far ....,.- ., tkl. notlo .....> _lee ofM
PaymentsFlorida CANDY BLACK / I PICKED AH ., .... proMrtr Wine In IK.Co I.. asp nlpnint tkrln k 4.* n** 000.". Florida, In Ik. Carl HUUM >k ilalM .r demand. shall k. In writInt. .
**!? *lt4 for Mkool ur.PMM. ta ..... Oak PtorMn. .. or Nan tk* and shall itnto tbs pine of realdenr -
cities and towns recelv.4 EYE UPA LoTO- tho.. ,... .."' ....... ... .orlllie.t.. said. Bard will ..... n pnkll Silk dar of A....... I.... .... servo and pact offkr nddroi. ., tk*
SWtLL LOOr shall .. .M.wd .......... 1. .kw ,... nl. ., ..14 prworty .< 4..tar..4. >t 1 >*0P **pr o, sash ....... or ...,..*.* ..... .1.."' .... and shall. k* .worn M .11 Ik.
$3.378.45878 from the state'scigarette ON TH'WAY ._ Inr ....11 .....,...... .... OCInrk. lur4nr.. A.....' II. IMII J. W. Rrraoa. Plnlntlffa Attora> ...1...., his aa-enl. w attorney and ...
[ tax during the month OUT ...rrttBk.1.U .. .old .. tn. kl.k.Ml MM hoard It_. A mar* p..'....1.. In, wkoa* addreea la Llr. Oak I'h./ida. *.."'....... kr n flHn. fe* ef on* dollar
J- klditer ., th. ...rt ...... ..IWT entk 4o* rlpllan of tk. property te k* oM .. or ...,..* MM data a* ranlr4 t>r and a*.kv tlalm. .r demand not to filed
f June 1965. Net cigarette tax flnt Moi... In Month of iwl.m.ter. I If 4eirmiR4 la k* nn>ultil far ahnolp.rpo. law. ....11 ke told
yUectlona for that month in the IMI. wkkk .. Ik. tk *. lit Swtwnbvr. ***. rn k* ....,..... *t tk. .r,... Tk. nature of Ik. mil I. I. pare, ... W. J. FEATHER:
IMI.D of Ik. Sup.rlntndnl. of Pnkll I.> a fraelton .f **M .land ..*,.... MMfUlnttrt A. administrator af tk* R.tata.5
tate were $4.135.228.73. of which .tW .... silk dst M Jul.. 1111AVAUCHN traction. ., ......_ Ominty, F1orMm. and MM Defendant Ik wid If.'....... S. Pralker, d.e.a..d
went Into the A. SESSIONS Raid pmportr mat ko ImportWtw 11-14
mount 675L769.97 I' CWrk ., Cltvnlt Cost of .. tk* bag ., *i.. and llr.. ltTke nam ., Ik* 0..., I. ...1." Ikla
|tate general fund. S..wuin>* Oxiity, PtorMn A M. OTIork .n "",...., I*. I? or I*. null han keen Inatllnted la. .. flnt .ao.. IN THE COUNTY IUfWII'S: COURT
usual the City of Miami got.he 11-11 ..... Ttie Bard r....... |k. rlikt Mr Intd..d Ik. .............. title. .. Ibis IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY''
As .).ft asp m4 nil kM*. MM I.I J. W. W....** OIl. "'*.1 SinclairIt I FLORIDA. IN- PROBATE
biggest bite and received NOTICE OF APPLICATION BY UNDER of tk. Bard of P.111. a' .I., IN RK< Tn* ,...,. of
for Its slure. OtherPotties FOR TAX DEED ln>tr*..... of ....an..* ..,.. Pk r. la hang. ordered ,..., Ikl* .rd.ran4 RALPH J. HUNT
|292122.03 .,. 'N.'" F3.NOTITR ..... ...1. A..tt.t I. ..... nolle* shall k. pnkllaked .... ash 'headNOTICE
in the high bracket were IS HlltUBY GIVEN that BOARD Or PUBIIO INSTRUCTIONBUWAKNKR week for four roaaMntlr* awls II ..... TO CREDITORS
ITampa.: $240.98142; Jsckaonvllle. J. B. Milta. tk. ..Id.r .* .."'I'....'.. ku riM. MM. ....I'Ir.'" By SL.. M. CHEWS ctwlrmnn ...."" ... .y..I1o. In Lite Oek, ... Claim .. Demand Atalaal BaM Eotalal
175.652.30: St. Petersburg. $150.- far a U. ..... U .. te..W 'k..... Th 7719; and Fort Lauderdale. wrilflnt ......... *n b saw 1139.108.50. Ik. nB.* In wkkk It WM ....... I.... WITNESS mr ....d *. CUrk .f lb.Clnu1 ran. may ka>. ......, Ik. Ratal oflUlpk 'I
In Suwannee County fsllow.tC.r1Ulr.1.. Court sal Ik. sal| .f aM CourtIn t. Hunt ..-.... lei. of MMCennly. '
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payments SMALL srurpPAI8TY N.. .. IN THE COURT OF THI: COUNTY Il I.. Oak I..,". Cmialr, PlorMa, I* Ik. County Jades ., ......
dent to Live Oak and Branford. BOYS Tar of luMnM I11L JU CE. SUWANNEE COUNTY ,..t. 141k ..., ot July A. D. 111.SEAM *M County, FmrMa" at bra. office. In Ih. I'
ranford received $1.33089 and 1\Hep1".Io. ..f Py.pwly: ..... 1 S FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ( : Court lieu.. of aid Connty nt Ll'..
I Rib I*. WUlx>... IN liE KiUi* of LAVAimilN A. SEMIONt Oak rl....... wllkln alt! III rnwndarmonlka
lye Oak got 1'.09995. aarr..r.l r-.w.w N... In vklck uwM.4t Ch..... S. ARTHUR WIIIIS ENICHT. AEA Clerk. CI..... Conn from Ik. time ef tk. fins .....
take City was again top re It........ A. W. RNICHT AlA "TED- .......* Conatr Dorldt Ihalk..5 Ikla Sallow Eovk *..,lnt or4maa4
All .f MM Moiwrtf Win 1 In tk* KNIGHT. 1.11 ....11 k* In wrltln. *. .. .dupllrale
plent In the area pulling down Nursing Course NFJC ApplicationArreptrd CwMr .f Suwnnni Sul* of FlorMn.UnlMi Doro.... and innll itato tk* place of ........*.
of $13.85385 while vies .....(....l* or ..Hlfk.twkll To AH CrWlton aid P. .... Hnl.*, : NOTICE and poet offlr nitdr*.* *f Ik* ...1......
payment with AppUcatlons will be acceptedfor 1 weeks of classroom Instruction k* .......*.. .FMnltn l. .taw rry was somewhat behind _rlkiHl tuck Yon and Mrk of yon nr* kork> .. !. or ckerk slid kr anrnn. lkr his wl or attorney anilnny snub
In .nlflr.5.
the practical. nursing proms and 44 weeks of clinical expert .ptwpnr r ..nlfle.t..III\ k* sold M Ik* tilik.t Slid nn4 ro.ulr4 I. pr*.*nt nny ..... .,..lf. ..... er dmn4. not ;* fired 1 aknll Mad .
1026337. at North Florida Junior in .. ins 4** .4i wkkk' '.a. or .' CLIFTON W. GREENE .
nearby College enoe hospitals at Madison. kM4r *l Ik Mvrl ball saw : : f .
In kiv .Iaal .
Other payment .. ?* was Ik* /Uln. SIVEIIANCIAdminlslnlN :
Mm fit
through August 20. Mist Wrnyard Live Oak. and the Advent Christian tk* first Month se Aruba. Willi. Isl/bl. aba. A. W. .1a'.1 ,
nunlcipalltles were $587493 toadison. Mrs ISIS, ...... U Ik. Ilk .. of SolmWr. ,. .
aba -T JKnlihl.. 4orM. ... 11 NOTICE
Williams director said. .. 11.11
$1,355.22 to Jasper and Home. Dowllns Park. .. !..<.. .. hi.1 ISIS. C....., 5.b.. Tonnlr Jlmlt. ., I will not k* ..._.1...* far aar ...1.
D.I silk of
Pre-admission tests will beginat IJtVAltCHM*'" A. srSSIONHrivrk : n** Cash 'wi.... *l kla. at..... ..>... .. this .1..*.. kr ..,... *ikrIkan NOTICE OP ADOPTION
,1,391.98 to Mayo. 9 00 aJO. August 23 In the ., Clmll. C_rl ...'"/ ..... of MI4 Cminio .| U<. 0.... .,..1'. or RIV l.UTION BV BOARD.
oawnnnw ..
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rirl4* wIIkin in .I. walks fromIk ALIENS JOYCE fORD COUNTY COMMISSIONER
college nursing laboratory she Public Notices 11.11 ..ate. FlorMn I ,... ., Ik* Oral pnkllrailon. ., ,bksaI.T..apk..f5,5himad. II.U SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA
Four 4-l'a Club said. Among qualifications! applicants II I : : .> N..... I Is kerekr .I.I Ill Ik. Boardat
[ wad akall k* In wrllln I sad akall alal* INVITATION TO BID C.s.lp Cr.h.ks.a..5 l..asa(5.51p
must have completed the : NOTICE: OF NAMES/ OF PERSONS Ik* ptat* of ralda.S offs.* Tk* Florida" Department of Afrleal. ?.arid. sdpnid:: a r..lu0.
tenth'11'&de. equivalenttest NOTICE ATrCAnlNC TO SI OWNERS OF I a44ra of tk* ilalmaat. .r.... k* lure ....Itol.. bids. ." ._If..... *>k..r*. ., .H* ....t.. .moetla on AMV**| I.l .
or an
At pass I .111 M ...(*. kO r.ep**>tkl* for ABANDONED>> r ROPER. TVFnnMnl .... I* h... ..talnianl, kla ...... or Inrr iiilpninl M ... opened at II...* .... .11..... tko ."'. *f .......*
Boys CampFour and have reached the 17th ... deal ... ky enren. ...*. tkenmreetf. I Florida. to.. .Mllo,.. oitlllM I* f "FlarM rkcplorTIT. ..-... and ***on>ponl4 kr flllni fo* *.'t1. Aatnal 11111: In Ha efftoeat Cwnaly and tk. ...1.. .. .... to ....,
.t. of oo* dollar and >...k rtaloj/ *r 4onin4 link, riorMa F..nkr InformnIMM portion of a Cwnntr raa4 manlni" EMI:
birthday. DUvMltton. ., Ual.l.ad P......."r AH", fllwl and ...,.......
not shall k
oMMYBA elfl> .
a > ke .
boys .If nod i* <*llea M* and W. on Ik Bootk M* of UMIMlPati.
Suwannee County Application should be sent to I J. U DTAU !, nU.. I* ....... tl..n Ikcl Ik* pr.... KILEN OWENS from l>r. 1kM. L. ........., rkirlda !>*. a.n......) Cempwir Iraeka.kotlaalni .
jimmy Ray Hillhouse. Theltonoff the director of admissions at IUl4 ..... w>po r U k* tk. ...,. .,. Ai admlKliiratrli ., Ik. Eilal. ., partnienl .f A.rHH.r*. Draws 'K al n point .. Ike Weal .....
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and NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR : nn lnlni4 pcnwn*! nr InlMtglkl pr p Arthur Wlllla' RnlikL AKA LI'. liak. FlorMa.Tk ./ a sad Ikal ran Nrlk *.4 Booik
Eugene
Gary Schofleld. NFJC. TAX DUD I Sri, vro...wo4 _aba.d..4, A. W, Eaktkl, AKA "T4" Kntokl. l<*.*....., ..'.1.. ,... rl.kl U .._. MM. Rllra4 Inek aad Bmtk.ward .
Adams we attending Florida'sannual Classes will begin September Sand Sa*. IM 10 V.oS.NOTl1 4-MT .Ine VATEf U.. BURNICESw 4.***.., n/.1. a, .r 511 bid.. ,. Plate ..... No. lie, aa, Wee
Pnrn, FU.Infamutlan
D..Iky Ook. 11.11 PLrWa. Il.rtS..t of A.rhsltar.Tb. .
Ik of
at the : U HERKttY GIVEN tka of lie F..Ik..5 N W IA la
Oth wildlife camp run S-hours daily Monday 1. Mil'". Ik* kaldrr *l tk* follow!*. **nrrnlii. Ik'* monnl ..*. L. I......., DVM? Ulnas NWW *, Paths) 1. T........ I Bontn.Rama .
-H Camp McQuarrte In the through Fridsy The one-year .eorU'lrau kM filed. MM .- .......* .,r.4MrMlon. *4 Ik. Proponr. *n4 Ik* IN THE C tr.T IIT THIRD 1 ......** c...... |jiki MM tk k ,
adds. f id.
Forest. The event for ... w4 .. k* ........ tkero*. Tk* N.bla5.d JUDICIAL I OF 11105105IN I..I'___ alasha. Boats iM. of In.
csla National kr .. _... _.__ __. .
program Includes some eight asp rw* pas..la/ AND FOR SUWANNEE ('OliN'IN \ '
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li deigned for teenagers desiringto *ertriMM ......* and year* lit tea* ...*..**. .. Ik. raprtr b, ........... rilANCERY.PARTITION. INVITATION TO BID L.O Pan I.II: h 7t: :: aM sppral.m.llp of a
and .n lvlr I* Rae K. llroM, St.>. fmmfIfwlhw Tk* Florid Department. ., A......> road nad Sooth nereo
[ learn more about nature n* An>lnl.trUM> Aknon4r I. W. WALLACE lure ..110" bids en ." .... Nrnllur said. Rallr.aSlrsab.S: and rnnnlni Boolk.ward .
.. rl. Dlttoton Tnvltot. Talk .." o.B I'klnlirf.irVl'nlNn h M'Nnd .
I natural resources.Assistant M to Dtato Road Ns.1 aid rand
Pkeldw pun I* .....1.... a..al ISIS, /. II. Mfk. :1Au :.:r..h :: In Ike NWt of In* NWH of salts *.
1 County Agent Fred ALL NEW ROW CROP :*.kr 1hh MMM nn4 *44rM*. a. pvkllok' .AIR. JOHN CnRR. .Ma. r rlkr I..'........" and aoerlfl'railo Town.klp I Henlk. Ran** II R5 via
DeVane said the program for the 4 tn u... VM* praof of *wn CHARLES COMB and ALFRFUCURB *. Mn k* kialnod. from Dr. TAM. **MId, aka4i e4, ..aa.mlri..a.a4e nad dta.mtmed .
*,able b> pfowmlW to Ik. .....*. kItetalMo I. |........ Florida l>*pnrininl of Artrnltnre <. .. A Puolla .** tko
camp Include study on eonservalUon. MF 180Bi2brawnybralnys.5 II "... Ik* nwrtr will kll lie,.*"..,*. Drawer U. U** link FWrM. ndrtaoklUtr of ****tla*. kondnom.
boats motors, snakes, trees *. ..ro4. to tk. "' .1."'.*,*.. Tkora.ftr. IN Till NAME or Tk. l>eprt.*M ra51ab.. rhikl t* wawsMO.] sal dawlnlmln MM rlakl
life. nil fnrtno* ._ ...! k* .,. THE STATE: OF FLORIDA) .._' pay .. all k4a.FlorM 5. Snwnnno ll, sly **d Ik* ably ntad
and other plant and animal plow strongr ln S row- awed to Ik* A4niliik. lri r To fmoaal Rlotlalr. wko* laal known Depnrtotenl ., A.,... .... M **M mod wo* kM. o*> **.... ..
youngsters will be taughtooanf RAY V. GIVEN; add,'. la Rant H. Boa III. Co.Notkna. T"_. U lass*. D V M Dlrwtor ( re* lr4 kr law
crop front end styles. With new Prewar Control A* \01.lnimtorNOTICE ar Jnkn ('...... r...-!l. I......* tovair Lakoralorr. I'R>f : ef Ike Pad ., Coaalr
and gun safety retei"tlpa added to the Advanced Ferguson System for Instant 11.11 Cokk and Alfred) Vikk, .11.... *... ".U ......10........ ....... c:_.,..
[ on fishing and tWIne tackle Detroit RKI Ik* Anual I IM*.
wildlife tour weight transfer traction with pull-type Implement OF PUBLIC... HEARINfl ON of'MNbIaat.5jI..ll harass ka*< IN THE: COURT OF THE: COUNTY r".k*nr4 of '.al; t'omnilealDneSuwaaao .
i out and take a SUITABILITY OF AIT IN SCHOOL tail or *llnilac an la5.r..1s IMfollewln JUDC.I SUWANNEE COUNTY Uawalr, PkwM
104 I bear about wildlife and fish world' most comfortable Control Cockpit with (ROUNDS SUIT DING AND rouir- 4a rlk4 load In l..,. FLORIDA. IN PROS A IE. !lULl
MINT. AND NOTICE OF SAIE IF no* ('-.'", Florida' IN RK. ,.....* ofEATHI.RINE 5y CURTIS n. NUNFNRIIA
d management during the I roomy platform adjustable steering (column and DECLARED UNSUITfO FOR IKHOOLPUa.ons Tk* S..,...*., hart of Ik. ".1... .. ,.'HI",. C..I....
efficient Control weal ..-- W -.... 14, In Town ...
Center. Come IU! ATTMTtLAVAUdNN
.. see Its Br4 wf ..1.. |..,..,... ., aklp I Soeik, Raaaa II Eaat. IM* T. All C........ sad Pereeo* Ho.... A. SESSIONS
Campers will vie for prlies In a .._...* (Vnnlr. rWr.4., ..11 ball. apobl5. Ike East 11 tea Ikrreofi and W.aII CUIaaa or Dowiand Al*.l Said I.... Clerk
//ruling contest and other eompeiltion. 1 koarln *l I* ,*. A M. O'fW. foot ....... In la* Beeilioatl Ywi o4 sub of rn ar* ...... nalr* II

he said. !
af Club boys chosen to attend the' ALLBRITTON BROS.

rwrek-long camp have 4-H records'

[ of achievements plus an Interest : TRACTOR CO. *

I In forestry, conservation safety,

land wildlife. 215 W. STtl ST. 382-2381
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;,. |iiiinrrcial! Cooking

Caravan Coming Here

I I Florida Power and Light ComKpany -:

Icial! electric win bring cooking Its new caravan commer-to I For Greater DeDondabllllYI f fI


lUve Oak Monday for demonatra-

fUons to food service operators
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land others. While here, the 60.t .

t foot long traveling caravan will

t I be located at the rear of the First I

I Methodist Church. It will be op- II ) 1

1 enfrom900amW600pm.According G t ,fr ;,1'dI,
to Dave Austin, local I
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me manager, this Is Florida's
I first complete commercial cook* I I I

ling caravan and has US square I ,-

Ife-t conditioned.of kitchen spare and U air I I ruirjSA


I Over 30 piece of the mostmodem # ,
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{ electric equipment are arranged I ( I Irr
In four cooktosT systems 1 1insUtuUonal I

fast food. cookie. ]

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)uartrrljr Confrrrnrr At II NJ LH. I r

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Lemur: A3IE Oiurrli

t The lourth Quarterly confer s /

nee Of the [borer AMK: ry

[(birch win begin Friday August P
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111. and continue thra August IS 1 r .

[with Dr. L D. Ford presiding el-

[ Vr. conducting a BUSUNM ...

[ton Mailing at TM: BB -

AQ boards aod aatltt-rkr are

leant MUd to prepare written

[rnxM-t ae wa as financial reoru. -
1UMUfCDf. ..... Ig733YC
...'" dlryM
School win be held
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Bandar a btrq ....td. III
usual at t.Jw: aa. wag Mrs. ROMfFuOtr mowwwrt.. -- .

enD 1nlcn&Dt. predlnannmna ....--.
win be delivered bySDder

Ford" at botft Bondny serfvtoea. -

TMpav. beginning at It.w: am. and A)1iie1I5) .XI 23cis1YM..slap 1 Y "


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RrrrJvr .Majitrr'rJ lrgrre FULL PERFORMANCE FEATURES

Mrs. AJraM B. White, wife *fI Ie wftV* NOT c... Maw Mo*** MC*.*.* '..*.. IT****.

I Rev. A. M. White. pastor *T the far row** pub.tIW4r.. lUOW(....rV..r* *...*far eaeMMM *. OUR MONCY-SAVIN6 "..,; JOM..." rates As a result, the South. ntH Aav now proved actual

IlIkmestT AIm Onsrea ef this Vdwe 4bsl11 sM ........ Pest ...,.. c..r.I w .....
... .. *" freight rat* for hauling train east's train shippers users, and practice to be highly proflUbl
[city, tee 'teed a su4ert decree In pt 5 IMS .N. Cq.dIp4.V' QuMy ftmf.*.-tt -..

[ettoeaUan at FVark A M tTntIvenity w.- 5--" are four years old thU summer. families are benefiting from to Southern and beneficial to the

Aatnwt T. 'nftle 60 per cent lower rate I""rhtnteurlnpon the order South beyond all eipectatJons.


HANDCRAFTED were first published in July, of some |40 million annually.And We will keep working for

USE ..... semes ,..,... 196K But Southern was not able the low rates are spurringthe man, more birthdays. like this '

M rwrrg cwcwmt I-T '... tv to pull their benefit Along to development of a rrrat new
FUCO --- Its sa-'e.- ......, .......... a.P's OM birthdays for the Southto
I Iriwl..t III JY 'IJ. J'M,.. you for almost two years. We livestock Industry that will put "grow on."

Brand f.3wrellIN7TH1e17rbfrwt had to straggle until May 1963 more than a billion. new dollars

."" wmMtw to overawe tM roadblocks' op- every year into the economy of "p .....-...

InsecticideFOR ponenta of the low rate put In the South.


SUWANNEE VALLEY GAS INC. tM way of prorreaa.: A birthday for our"B/x/ John" Southern

Etna theft Southern has dean grain rates .U truly a happy occavakro Railway Syst .
BEST RESULTS S. West mATHURSDAY
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PACE OU SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1965



c fa Upcoming More Popular live 8.that Man reached and the the Sea North, an Pole.exhibit I Local Group Attending St. Pdlersburg Meeting It h :That 1 f Plan Cemetery WorkingAt

Twenty-four members of Je will be cancelled during the con Advanced middle ago is that
Hall evoking scene of undersea hovah's Witnesses are attending a I vention-since the majority of the : period In which a person is too Crawford Lake

Explorers Vividly} PortraysMan's exploration by Jacques-Yves four-day district convention beginning congregation will be attending the old to live and too young to die.Journal There win be a cemetery working
Cousteau, Edwin A, Link, Jacques
today in St. Petersburg, convention," Morgan said. Atlanta. at Crawford Lake Primitive
Piccard. and other pioneers in the
Constant Adventurous Spirit silent world. according to Howard Morgan, Among those attending- the Baptist Church Thursday, August
presiding minister of the Live event from Live Oak are Mr. and bert Glddings William W. Weaver I'

Washington Explorers Halt m the National Geographic 0. Transparencies, a gallery of Oak Congregation. Mrs. C O. Bashaw Jr., Mr and Katherine Tann and children, Those interested are asked tc
large luminous illustrations from
Society's new headquarters is fast becoming: one National, mirroring "Regular meetings held at the Mrs. Lewis Ortnnell. Mr and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mor- come early and bring: tools with

of the most popular museums in a city of great museums. scenes of nature Geographic and moments of Kingdom Hall on Houston Street W C Rouse, Mr, and Mrs. Her- gan.Wrvjjrii which to do the work.

The lively exhibits spread over the high-ceilinged great adventure.

first floor of the 10-story, white-marble building at 17th 10. Mapping the World. a step-
-
and M Streets N.W in Washington by-step display showing the prep V For Sale-Real Estate
three views of the world as It
D. C. Walled in glass and aration of Natloanal Geographic
flooded with light, Explorers Hall was known in 1651 as it appears maps and globes. ; PpOj
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today, and as it locates more than
displays treasures of discover: ; 11 Mount Everest, an arrangement
200 National Geographic scientific Yd IS TOUR FARM TOO SMALL
records of scientific achievement, of equipment and models &iiy
and relics from ages past. explorations recreating the 1963 United Statesexpedltlon' Why not let me sell it so :you
visited 2. Kaleidoscope, a colorful can buy this 495 acre farm I
Nearly 400,000 persons climb to the sum
the museum of science and exploration carrousel of 60 contrasting photographs mit. One model represents Barry FOR SALEFOR MISCELLANEOUS' am offering now on very good
rotating to show the LITTLE ADS
\ the first year It was Bishop of the National Geographic terms.
world in its endless variety,
open. On one memorable Sunday, staff who reached the top SALE 14 ft. fiberglass Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
FARMERSMONEY'
Past review '
3. Man's Distant ,
8.000 men, women, and children of Everest. BIG RESULTS deluxe model Jensen boat 12 for farm
discoveries your operations
ing the anthropological
jostled through the exhibits in 12. Exploring the Air, featuring horse motor $100 overhauled at reasonable! coat. Terms RIVER
of Dr and Mrs. Louis S. B. REALTY
just five hours. Explorer n, the balloon gondola BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE Must sell. First $200. Leo to fit your needs. Loans up to
Africa's Olduval
in East
In Christmas vacation of 1964, Leakey that two men rode to a record Whatever the purpose, yea will Thornburg, Stetnhatchee. Directions 7 years. Call North Florida Production 407 Dowling St.

long lines of children formed to Gorge. height of nearly 14 miles in find Democrat classifieds da at Credit Assn. 8. Ohio Farm Bureau Bldg.

see pieces of eight and treasure 4. Cliff Dwellers, a scene from 193$. the job, Quickly and well.DEADLINE Po.toftlce.PCJJ 13-14/ Ave.. Live Oak Tel. 363-3588. Phone 382-1338
sunken Spanish prehistoric America portraying CI abe-tf WINSTON J.ROGERS, Realer
recovered from a 13. The Solar System a unique -
life in a kiva at Wetherill Mesa, GRAIN BINS Butler grain Specializing in Farm A Acreage
Plate Fleet Other temporary orrery dramatizing the grand INSERTION
Sales
FOR arid Loans
shows, such as on the wonders of Colorado. procession of planets through bins and drying equipment. Call .VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
5. The 11-foot globe, a thous 5:00 P.M. Tuesdays T. E. McCaU. 033-4202, Branford .
Egypt, have proven popular, too. apace. Machine, machlneless. and cold
By the busloads come schoolchildren i and-pound sphere that is theworld's 14. The Heavens, showing giant LOW RATE FOR RESULTS I Fla. peW 10-14 wave permanent given Operators
clubs, professional largest unmounted globe. : Annie H. Mills. Myrtle FARM AND TIMBER!: LOANS
women's Driven by electric motors it can : portraits of distant nebulae, models JVi cents per word, with a FOR SALE 16 ft. boat, 30 hp -
groups. A random sampling of two famous telescopes, anda 1.00. :Mills, Elaine Webb, and AVAILABLE::
minimum of $ motor and tilt trailer $550
be turned in any desired! direction : For
from the guestbook.: Coast Guard cosmic. spark chamber. Mary Drew Boatrtght Manicurist information can or see:
ray
man be paid In
to show the world In a totally (All classifieds cash. Call William Nix Jr., 3032383. -
Cadets, members of the Japanese These imaginative displays area advance.) CdJJ 13-13 Ruby Sanford at Annie's PAUL A. BYRD
Shipbuilders Association, Sweetbriar different way window on the world that opens each Thursday, Friday, and Cot 8. Ohio Ave

Alumnae, employees of the 6. Great Olmec Head brooding Into the past and looks Into the ONE WEEK FREE Saturday, caal tf Live Oak. FloridaPhone '
reminder of a lost civilization.At .
Compagnle Francaise des Petro. a time when barbarians were Future. In the words of President dauifieds ordered for five USED MOBILE HOME 363-1380
les. Jordan's King Hussein, the Lyndon B. Johnson who dedicated CU
weeks, run the last week fne.
overrunning Rome, the OImec CLOSE OUT
Ethiopian Emperor Halle Selassie, the new building, the mementoes ANY TYPE
$4.00 will pay for a 18 word
were building elaborate tombs WHOLESALE PRICES For the
and the Shah of Iran have visited symbolize "the high adventure .
advertisement for live weeks.Use
and monuments in the rain forest lake, for rental or for resale HORNE REALTY
Explorers Hall. of advancing man's knowledge" CORP.
Rawannee Democrat Classifieds
of Southern Mexico. 1055 36x8
3-bedroom MelodyHome
0- BRANCH OFFICE
No barrier separate visitors :
from exhibits. Free-standing, the 7. Polar Exploration, a display a a for Proven Results $930. WORK Ii. W. Howard St

displays Invite close inspection; of mementoes recalling expeditions 1B<2 50x30 3-bedroom, 14! GEORGE B. DEES

can be viewed from the by Peary, Byrd, Shack- Cottonseed meal, rich in protein m FOR SALE baths General $4450. DONE AssociatePhone
many leton, and Scott. Included to. a it used as a food substitute 1083 50x10 3-bedroom Family
outside when the museum U Granite Marble Bronze 362-1688
New and used I ,
FOR SALE
-
sledge that Peary built, one of In low-Income countries. First $3630.

closed.a."n..... pianos. PrIer Music Co- North _10(14_n 55__ *_ 18 S-bdronm Belmont,. Phone 362-3333 NICE mm.rmm. LOTS
Th talk move glow- ---- -
'' a Ohio Ave., Live Oak, 3622188.
LIVE OAKMONUMENT
$2115. 1/2 acre, 3/4. or 1 tracts.
even play tricks like the iguana acre
U
calf
Jn the foliage at the base of the Sweet-Toothsome Story 1063 lI&xl0bedroom Skyline,.1 CO. About 2 miles from town.

great Olmec head from Mexico. FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer $2800. Good hard road location.
Homer Sanford
Rep.
60x10 3-bedroom Slld-A- ,
1064
Many visitors uaume' It is alive. chain saws, parts and service. Good terms.

One reasoned from Its slow movements Told In Three Desserts Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, Bar lib baths New Moon,
$3550. 2 Bedroom Rome Ideal Location
that the lizard was "highly bows bars, and chains. Repair I SEWING MACHINE CENTER
tranqulllzed". He was surprised for most small gasoline 1063 34x24 3-bedroom. I'/i moo > Terms Available
Iy aliCE DENHOFF baths. Magnolia Leisurama. DON'T FUSS CALL US
to learn that it was Instead Tyre's Saw St Engine enllnea'j
only highly mechanized.At WE have a sweet story today nut Into applesauce mixture. formerly Electric & $6800. SINGERand 30 Acres Cut Over Woodland

projection cabinets in some Here's the first chapter. ChIlL 908 Oth St Your small engine I i I WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD aU other makes rebuilt hen About 10 Miles From Town

of the exhibits history comes alive NVTMEOifUTTEESCOTCH Just before serving;, cut angel headquarters. caw U In Stock. 30 More To New and Used Machines $3.000 $400 Down

on rare motion-picture clips and CREAM food cake in slices and top each Choose From Needles Oil Parts Good Terms+ On The Balance
\ FOR BALE All sizes Of tare All reconditioned. See
with applesauce mixture. thoroughly .U
in vivid illustrations from National
734 Brown St, Live Oak Fla.
Geographic Scenes of 2 e. canned applesauce Serves 8-10 and is a real paulllns, guaranteed not to leak. or call R. O. Gardner, at Great

many momenta of adventure and % tap, rated ,lemon rind'" party Job. Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ tf Lake Mobile Homes Brokers US Phone 362-2744
U tap nutmeg -v 41, North. Lake City Fla. Phone TRAILER OWNERS
,
discovery abound in the hall'sphoto Mrs. C C. Travis Manager
U a apple juice. ) BANANA VELVET: : FOR BALE Magnesia Spring .
I 783-3861. cabjj 13-13 LOTS FOR BALE
essays and murals. .%, c. (I small can) IcE: CREAM: mineral water. Guaranteed to cbejtf GOOD 1'DUl8. Priced 4 5OUTSIDE
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Explorers Hall grew from a evaporated milk 1 envelope plain gelatin help kidney trouble or gastric
HEARING: AID BATTERIES can Cur (but close In)
smaller collection of memorabilia back. FOR BALE Used Phllco 17"table
I I 13.os pkf. butterscotchI H a cold water f stomach or your money
housed in former headquarters. model TV set. good working be obtained at Cheek'a Drug, PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
I puddingwhipped 2 egg yolks Electric cooler for rent. $1 per
/
It Is not a static museum, destined % pint heavy cream H e, sugar { week. Also have distilled water, order. Priced at $30. C. D. 111 W. Howard Sed.JJ 11.11 i 406 & Onto An.Live .

to collect duet Melville Bell i \ \ H tap. salt 11.00 per 8 gaL jug. Mineral I Starling Branford Fla. cajj 13 Oak. Florida

Grosvenor, president of the National Maraschino chr'. Us 1 e. milk seaMed'\_- water, $I per S gaL Call Ken- DANCING SCHOOL opens Aug Phone SC3-1M0
FOR SALE: Registered Polled |0. If your child: has not been elf
Geographic floclety, explained 1% mashed non's Home to
Blend applesauce with lemon a ripe bananas Pharmacy placean
Herefords. Bulls and helfcra, 10 previously enrolled please bring
\ : "Explorers Hall, though (3 large bananas) order. Home delivery made
rind nutmeg, apple juice and '
to IS months old. B.
R. Bryan him or her in for a placement
we've been building it since theSocIety'
evaporated milk. Stir Instant % tap vanilla regularly. Distributed by Jack-
FOR SALE
Fla. 13-16
Madison cdjj audition. Marilynn Bird Schoolof
founding, II Incomplete. pudding and beat with rotarybeater K CI. orange Juice son Water Co., Perry Fla. Two-bedroom home and 3.4
Dance 313 Baleen St, acres
For as long as men brave un- for about 1 mln. 1 tap grated lemon rind. phhj 0-13 FOR SALE: Horses and Welsh, of land. 4S ml. from Live Oak
phone 383-3018. pbcb 13-14 on
cllmbed peaks, plunge to abyssal 1 e. cream or evaporated'
Refrigerate until well chined. and Shetland ponies. CaD 363-
Highway II Ideal for small family
FOR SALE list Ford OalaxleBOOXL.
depths or rocket into space this milk whipped -
Serve In individual dishes i 3025. cajj 13
that wants
hall of exploration will make toDDed with whlDBed testes and Soften gelatin in cold water. 22 cu. ft. deep freese, country living.
room for new chapters of discov a cherry ---- Beat egg yolks slightly; add I electric kitchen: stove, carhop. LIVE OAK NEEDS A Priced to sell with easy terms.

ery." This makes 4-6 serving, sugar and salt. Add scalded luggage, carrier. Call 383-2479 0 HELP WANTED Ready for occupancy.:

The 14 principal exhibits in the milk, slowly stirring. Cook over pcjj 11.13 CAR WASH
ANGEL DELIGHT DESSERT Two-bedroom CBS home In
hall are as follows: hot water until mixture coats CURB HELP WANTED NOW. goodneighborhood
I. Exploration Map, showing 1 pkg. angel food mix spoon. Remove from heat; add FOR SALE 100. 670, or 110 Age 11 to 40. Apply to personA BONE FRANCHISE large lot a real ben
% silvered almonds 18 new white wall tires All with good terms. Ready for occupancy. -
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gelatin and stir until dissolved. A W Drive In. cajj U AVAILABLE.
:' 1 tbsp. butter or margarine Cool, and when mixture begins premium or first line. All full .
The 35e Car Wash business is
Trailer Harbor 2 e, canned applesauce to thicken add next 4 Ingredients 4-ply. Some slightly blemished. WANTED Waitresses Apply St booming This to not a newTACT

% o. sugar and fold in cream or 118.85 plus state tax federal Dixie Grin. cajj tf but a solid proven investment Can Today 3C3-13M
FOR MOBILE HOMES % tsp. mace tax included. No exchange PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
I milk. Pour Into freeing trays I offering franchised
WANTED AT ONCE to
STATE APPROVED AND % c. heavy cream and freeze until mixture Is stiff needed. Barber's Service Sta Help owners a minimum management 404 & Ohio Ave,
INSPECTED whipped %-11I. from edge, and center 1s liar O'Brien. 035-3535. Good de light house work and part high profit opportunity Live Oak Fla,

PATIOS FOR EACH 1% o* can flaked coconut mushy. Remove to chilled bowl as long as supply lasts. care for elderly lady Will rake with a secure future U you etfROUSX
TRAILER SPACETELEPHONE caed tf right arrangement lor party are eager to enjoy a prosperous
Prepare angel food mix ao- and beat until smooth. Return
needing good regular job. CaD future in your own bud-
CABLE: TV AVAILABLE: AND cording to pkg. directions. mixture to refrigerator trays Following my doctor's advice, am 363-3973 after 1:00: pjn. ness, call or write ImmedlaUly FOR BALK 2-bedroom
Saute almonds slowly In butteror and continue freesinf. offering for sale The Chuck pbaj 13-13 for personal Interview.. house. I acres land. Jet pump.
Comer *f Bry.o4. andN. margarine until delicate This be used
.
as pudding
may furnished or unfurnished. AH
Wagon Restaurants Live Oak
Anna WILLIAM A. MASSEY
A. brown. Combine i app'''-uce, by placing it in 3 large molds and Madison FU. 89.500 for WANTED One operator for ready to move la Lights, water

I' HOWARD WRIGHT sugar, mace and almor mix that have been rinsed In cold pay loader and one combination AND ASSO- INC. telephone. Off the Mayo Read.
either one. Can finance one- .
P Owner and P. O. BM usa Trt.
Operator well. water,and chilled m refrigerator alft-tttl
half to responsible party. Con welder and mechanIc CallV 1/4 gone on the out Dowtmg
362-1303 Fold whipped cream and coco I without freeslnf. tact M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon J. Smuts 363-144 after SDJB. WINTER FAKE n.oam.tf Park Road. First house on left.Contact .

Recta rtranl. M arlanns, B. W. -.- ebll- 1313WANTED -- Prrrw Han. Hn. sere
Helvenston and Sons. Live Oak. her Step, 300. W, Dttval St, Lit.
or Broadus Wllloughby, Real' Nursing service supervtuor Oak.".". PUJ 10-14
LAST CALL for 9 to 11 shift -

tor, Madison eafa tf 300-bed accredited hospital. Attractive FOR SALE New two bedroom

FOR SALE -Honda INS Scrambler salary and benefit pro WANTEDSOMEONE home. S300 down All month.

FINAL CLEARANCE 400 miles with trailer. gram. Apply Personnel Man H. U Kent, phone 343-3333 ...

: For sale cheap. Contact Jim's ager. Doa 3013. Jacksonville. 363-3443. aJj tf

,. Automotive Shop Mao: Fla. Florida. 12*. cdhj 13-IS
THIS AREA TO
FOR SALE I-INdrooaI brick
pbjj 13-13 FEMALE: HELP: WANTED ASSUME PAYMENTS ON home. 1H bains, large lot. 2

;: ALL LADIES FOR SALE 18 ft. plywood boat women In good health, for cottage 1965 MODEL Z1G ZAG years' old. Immediate, occupancy.

and trailer with 40 hp Wlsard parents: minimum education MAKES BUTTON HOLES, Phone 33-314. tall U
1050 model. See Claude 10th grade: an 21 to 64:
motor SEWS ON BUTTONS MONOGRAMS -
t !Spring And Summer McDonald at T sit T Grocery or I hour daft I day week: 2 $38.00 CASH FOR BALK 340 acres good

Styles call 383-1880. ecjj 12.14 week paid vacation; retirementand OR 6 PAYMENTS OF 17.00; farm land all under fence -
social security. Writ er 300 acres In cultivation 2-

FOR SALE Heart cypress contact Personnel Department YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD bedroom house 3S acres permanent .

t fence posts 35e each delivered. Sunland Training Center. P. O. pasture tobacco aBMent. .
NO
Virgil Foix. RU 8, Live Oak. Box 1150. Gain svtne, Florid. I FINANCE COMPANY -. Can W, J, Gen 363341T. -

1 Phone 383-1085. cajj UO CgbJ 13-16 INVOLVED. pdjj J3-1T


MAL HELP WANTED Cook. CALLBudget

J/2 PRICE FOR RENT age 40 to 15: three yean minimum Construction Started'
experience. Contact Personnel

I FOR RENT Space for mobile Department. & lJandTra1IInI' ManagerCOLLECT Three Bedroom Brick Bath
hones Plenty of room. Nice Center. Gainesville.
And
A half Family Kitchen
/'i and clean. Good wen water. Florida. fibS 13-18
-1 I Lake for fishing and swimming.Morgan's 515 Westmoreland. Lire Oak

1 I Trailer Park US 00 FEMALE DENTAL ASSISTANT JACKSONVILLE FLA. $400 DOWN
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: 30 to W years old high school
West Lire Oak. Florida. Phone
;' Choose H 363-3016. pcfdj 10-10 graduate No experience nece* TEL. EL 3-1231 Bur Now, Pick Your Colon

From Our Nationally JI. aary. Apply In person at Dr. c JJ-B I
FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished Scott's once 031 N. Ohio Ave Bob Wolfe, Contractor

I Advertised Brands apartment. Can 383-1835. can 13 ...... 36142U

cbjj 13-13 LIVE FLA.
OAK.
RE> CROSS : WANTED AT ONCE Car' girl For Sele-AutomotSn
HIGH MEDIUM 13-19
FOR RENT 3-bedroom rural and kitchen heh. U Interned r bjj

JOYCE "I AND LOW HEELS house among pine I miles apply !n person. Parker's Drive

'SYLVIA: CRISTIE r SIZES 5 TO 10 northeast of Live Oak on 8- In. US 13*. Jasper Road roR SALE 10tt Bukk Special

, 4A TO B WIDTHS USA atone RFD and school bus eajJU automatic transmission, radio WANTED

h '>, :SMART AIRE ''' route. 830 per month Writ or heater new Urn. UJO actual.

phone: Owner 1831 Clemaon mil**, good condition. use and
! .CALIFORNIA Road. Jacksonville. Fla. 308- FOR TRADE assume payments.! Can JI2ZUOan.r WANT TO BUT Hardwood

/i COBBLERS 3030. caM U .... PJB. cajj 13 loci or stoacpe. none Indue-\
WANT TO TRADE one double
trtoa. Inc. Pbeoo 343-ltla.
I _.
ITALIAN: .. FOR RENT Unfurnished three teQi wwl bed wHJi oftboiwbct&MrvprtTaff FOR SALE 1044 Ford Fakon peW ll-U

I .. bedroom house. And for sale. mattress tod bat track like new at bargain Only
CASUALS
.. A'1 SHOE DEPT.' 30 acres land within city Units prints for twin hollywood bed 10.000 actual mike Mrs. W. WANTED Small tractor wife

of Live Oak. Phone. 33-3585. Of comparable TetlM Phone A. Lisle 1 mile below DowUng 4T mower Phone 343-3293.

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