Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00297
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00297
 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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Schedules Are AnnouncedRegistration For New School] Year (Annual Tobacco Festival Here FridayFeature 1

Planned In County Next Week I Attraction... At Ann ltd Tolwco Fntttal,. Friday. Jimmy Strickland Show At ColiseumTo

Registration and pre- chool activities will continueinto Highlight County's CelebrationSuwannee

next week as details for the opening of all schools in &

Suwannee County on August 30 are worked out. Mon. County's 1965 tobacco festival tomorrow j .j

day morning. August 30. is the date set for all schoolsin (Friday) will bring one of this county's most' satisfactory .

this county to begin_ the 1965-66 session. I I bright leaf sale seasons In history to a close. This year's \'
--no Principal of the Live Oal event follows closely the pattern established t for similar

school this week announce) events in recent years and 'includes a parade a rodeo, a
times and places for tests am beauty contest, a country mudoshow
N Jrlf o\\ registration and Principal Clar i ir I! and award. of grower prize.
iT coca Terry has outlined the sac ; Henry Wanl, To Speak The festival U a joint venture I

01WjUto detail for the Branford Echo Tonight At Mareim JiYdllrnry of the UfO Oak Tobacco Board "1 1
on the Branford pate in this edi of Trade the Buwannre County
\ LJ C. vVawrth Urn. Fate Nine. M. Hard pitmilnrnli Chamber of Commerce, and the
i budneM man of this count", Chamber of jJ
John Johnson, principal of Buwannee I five Oak Junior
Diversification an answer filch School' Live Oak will\ speak at he monthly m wl- Commerce It to designed to express

That the future of this count; said all students who have ret ''sassyJ (I fin, ef the RwniM County the appreciation of this
u an agricultural center Lea in Istered for that school will1.receive Saris Rurrse I. b* held lonlfhlThundsy community to tobacco growers of
more Mid more diversification in their schedule by mal ( ) at the Mlpln the area for having made the local ,"
farm program thntout the countjr prior to August 21. Should an], Community Center II. to I* market the leader In the state '
; ha long been hinted. That the student fall to receive such retlstration .dl>r.M grain storage and mar and high among UMM in the

day hM arrived when this DO slip he or she to asked to krllng. Flortda-Oeorila bets, Fund forth
longer to a dream but a neotMit: come fo the school at any Um This newtpsper retied the event ar provided by warehouse

seem now to be generally accept. from I:00 BJn. until ):00 pan marling as srhedaled. 'er toil. operators and local merchant
Thursday. This was
ed. 23 Um *.
from Monday August .
Thus It U food to hear and CM Friday August 37 proper *st. to Thursday, The event will get underway
that this countyapreadWg ti. Aug"l 1" which to |Ml. .,.
indications \ the afternoon of August :30 at
New student. who have nevriregistered AI ,.. .
IU. fanning activity Into at the school,. are belm J, .II".. ,lrI. ..!..ttlktaw. ..... 'genN.w-, rw k .a",. A covered dish sapper will 4 00 p m. with., a parade from the
field 04.herb&I\ tobacco. Tha \ served at 'lull .... si th* M, Junior high school In do..nto..nU .
asked. to report on the same date) 9" .,.
', ik. and th
the production of bright leaf Uthl +. ..... i Alpln Center Oak and will end at the
and during the same time. ..-- .. a.,.., .. .- .- .. f.IUw.T .
*. nation win continue to biaJoaely all rdoeo grounds at the Coliseum.Clbrrt .
controlled for many year Student and parent deslrim JUuiy' .trkk...... see.n4l tress left, will bring his bind here Umomw fer tbe major allratlton gel t* tb. MeAlpIn Com.Manllr Bulllvan to parade marshall -

to Mine no longer to questioned to make chance to the acheduh. at tb* ._nI Ubace festival inlet scssiisrsblp .f the aB.*,niM County Clamber ., rmmeree.SlrkkUjU (bats,, turn .weal at,'. .
before August
advised to do
making U necessary for our trow are W. a* changes so can not bi wltt percent isle p..ator bw si the Calluses starling at 1:11: ..... Ib ACL tracks and thin Urn Then .will b* no floats In the
en to look elsewhere for the In. school north. pared. Featured win be the
made after open .
control come cut In down the beginning by tobacco and acreagt no* John A. Cade. who will serve si Church youngsters the summer who recreation participated programat In
it Suwannee JunIOr RecordTobacco
principal (Leaf Market Sets New Clayland
controls Um
ev n more drastic High School announced that all the Recreation Center In Live
poundage. aDotmenU.K student who plan to attend UM Oak this year. Moat local civic
high school for the ran Will Observe clubs plan to have a car In the I :
Junior Price Live Oak Market I
Farmers here generally applaud trig'term are urged' to come to UM SpacingBill Average parade.
the effort of Congressman Don Contestants for Miss. flU"MM'Count1
school on either August !' or Aunt 97th
,saw to have acreage rettrle- 17 between the hour- of 1:00: Seen As 65q Satisfaction ExpressedTobacco BirthdayClayland till will. rid In the pa .

lions removed from tobacco. Thli am. and I:00 pm. and register. IntroducedBy ; flutist. Church .wll rade. The nine young ladl"* en.tired .

makes sense In my book for wnal Those' new students who have already auctions for the 1085 season will end her observe Its. 17th anniversary nun In this contest will appear

who difference control should production U make whiter to the registered will not have tc Matthews today (Thursday) at noon and bring to a close what Isbeing day August I), at .which Um. at al an th Interview Steer Room tea at.where 9:00 they pm.

a fanner STOW' the pound sad register again he advised. hailed ai the finest market in the history of this special servlers" will be eonduclM .will be* Judged on personality,
Cede said It was necessary for D. ... Bitty the basket dinner wU
Congressman sales after which s
ted to hi* farm on one acre or or city. Total are expected to roach slightly over Following the parade, a rodeo
student to register during UMtwo Matthew announced last week mark for be spread on the. ground I II
100 ecreL seven and a half Million while the montY pall wtU b* held on the Coliseum '
Adoption of poundaie control prescribed days* During &hitUI be ha* Introduced a bin to amend the COPI; -a-ft-P; Mci'uw five Bpfdal peraonalltles will to I ground under the chairmanship
t registration cards will U the Agricultural AdjustmentAct. previously r*<, featured tl the morning atrvlci .
and not
la say book; mad acreage rcstrieMSMMMary class section and lockw million mark yesterday iWfedne- Tuesday : cf Malta, Ward.\ IU win b* ss-
and a fortbej: completed providing far acreacc-poimd- f parted by the newspaper were K..I and several former pastors atapstW4 Uahone smith and
Beare. \ slated by
penalty on the growerwAV+' .**iI assignment will be made and age marketing .oota. fer ........ gayoens.l. MMsfMtton. with price" follows. ; to sltond. The Rev, UJ. .. Robert Holms. Among the event
like to ascur that the few pound book handed out. to permit fanner'" mavw wgtin tath resulted ta.. the msn mason this We iM* ay. August U ill.OZJ. .., Fewtor of Day the oktost. ttv.; planned for this phase of th*

he to permitted to sell are. of the The principal will make said U much early own registration spacing of tobacco planting year being tabbed the fines ever I .'pounds sold ,for M4I.1I31 I tog former pastor win b* thsprsktr .Mtobrstton .wtU be eat roping. -.
highest tuaflty his land &n4annrtDI Under the acreagepoundagecontrol The averse for the season to for an acreage of *,< M.Thursday. 111 con Aubrey Fowtoi' ; broils riding steer riding, a bar
for school to start.Si.
akin can prodoceThiM act paid by OongrsM sure to be better. thai M cents August II IM.40< will toad the singing and hi. rU race and numerous other
If Congressman Fuqua h A. OfUra. Nettle.west Into year, in addition to acreage per pound s mark "never befiirereached pounds sold for 111!,Ill 41 for si clau.hler-ln.Ia., Mrs. Fowleiwill contests.Highlight.
School principal reminded
successful In getting aereaie control aOoimente. farmer' are given for a season. smite of III 00. be the plinUI.After of the ,..Un! .win
moored. ewe grc.*ra can parent that readinesstest poundage allotment Matthews' Live OakH poundage thru Today, August II -, 131.n. dinner. there will b.. I. begin, I 00 pm when the Jimmy .
would be given nest west to
really produce quality tobacee entering the first gradebefore pointed out that his bin permitting Tuesday, A fust IT .rat Ti.1,. pound sold for 11414If for sr I singing followed by a *pelamessag 1 I Strickland Stow win. b* presented .
and the lower trade win' dtoap- pupil enrollment farmer' more spacing provided Ill pound for which grower average of Mil. by the pastor th Itev,, In the ColUeum During

pear from local Moon In a fewnan. In assignment first grade e..... they do not nand their : were paid ItHIJJg U for a Mar. Monday, AulII 1'12 W, B. DrtnUey, this show. UM finals In th beauty
any begin poundage &Dot wnt.a.. win make gut average to thai date ef IN 7! pound sold for |IIU.OI> lot nil service will conclude:. re- contest .will b* held and winner
Children whose teat name
possible the quality Improvement held this week alto '
rival service
per hundred pounds, a new. nee an seer.of I grower
with A thn B are to take of tobacco demanded by the market t which th* Row.
I think efforts. to view vegetable eN! for Uve Oak August 17 II4J44 Jaw MltohsU. chairman ofth
the test Monday, August U. at and would lead to efficient of Lake hJ
mere Harold Oreen City
here the few acres planted 'Those saw during the week' ending pound sold for 171711M for an beauty contest commute,
1:00 am. wtthilast name
the ssaall bulb Industry : production method aversg of III 17 been the "an.I" Tuesday thai &he contestant
to white corn thi Bald her
with F I win b*
beginning WhIle visiting tobacco markets" All former member and friends .
of the rest, above
bun drnk Anent Sale prior for lids ....:
we tested the same daU .. 10:00 em .... .. .. IIMrc. year
soy beans and the eoncUnt in- In Florid last Matthews Central gland MrrtCttllnl at Uve Oak totaled,201,331 (IN.. 4 r* UiiM4 Lillian Louto. Keen lift post
Youngster wttt last names
Mid who talked to him .
crew to corn' production are lndtcatlon > pound which brought grower old Buwanns. High School senior
starting with J Um R are to reIN For
suggested th* type bill he ha Introduced. Today
wdfk tm can MJ34151N for a market average
that div Williams To with red hair, blue eye, and fair
S CMrtamsM Fag II
and win add to farm tooome and reed C. harass dbuw. .( at that point of 17 to. eom ..1on.

continue Otto count,'. position a* ... ......*. inb >.... One set of buyers Ml UM local Wand. Wilson. II year old jun.

a top farm. center to the. tale. Change Prorfi Inr/ficifnt Sad. said bare M.day tbsl market following sake Monday. Receive Degree tor at Buwann. Hish School .with
a gases. SMw4Jng fr frmftlUv The annual \tobacco festival of I brown hair, brown eyes, and
Report* Indicate that the broiler bead ..*iWr* sad major.I. ads county scheduled for Friday. Met Nancy HarreU WUIIsm. brunette ompteian.!
project now vndenray to the Fuqua Criticizes Mail Distribution *...* ...*M b* kU. si Ik* bead August 20. will close out this daughter .. Mr. and Mr*. C. L. Ollnda Marlene Black IMS t
county ta meting and to on* rues en WUboe, abort w., rear's brigM leaf acUvUk HarreU Uv Oak to a member of .gradual ef .trans. High
caws .......,.snc pecttlon Development Asks Action To Correct In.1. si I.** .... Oros* sale for th* INI sea.wn th* grsduaUni class al David .shool and now .DlpI J.. of the
of this Industry eowld System; Tarsus .b* "*.*... Racer I thru Friday.\ Auguit 11. as 'S- UpMomb Collre. Nashvlll. North Florid Telephone Co.. 17H .
mate thl* county the center ef a Grf a* SlrwlM ef Ib* *rb.*lbaad. !based by th consumer and marketing Trnn. Baturdsy. August II ,Pears ef as*, black hair, brown
hate broiler development to thi* Congressmen Don Fuqua sharply criticized the new asM mates. *f g*..ralBteTMt .. service cf th* U. 0, Dee A graduate of Buwanno. Illih. .yea. and brunette eomptoilon.Khlrtoy .
stote.There. mail distribution system to Postmaster G.ntrallohn Cronouskl .scold b. .......... SlIk Mrtment *f Afriruttur at Validate fkhool. Mrs Williams ha m- Ann Foy, IMS graduated I
Is much yet to .. don* this l week and spoke out on the House floor Wednesday trrUg.. ... crtfd UMMI showed Uv Oak the leads. Teed In sorlolngy. mud will receive fhtwannee High Bound who.

to thU aria which It I* hoped win against the problems which the program h.1 c4rl. .g to bond .......,...,. I in poundage In Florid\ and sltthIN lhB A. des,... the. I (..Ml****] .* Fag I)

ventoaftr bring a hatchery pro- caused. Ibis year N ....... *. I r_U* *4 .. Fsge II,
eaasing plant and other facOltie* Speaking to the House. Fuqua ,
here when the budding Industry pointed out that the Florid >t.. At Hof Cholera le,r,,rrh Site..
expands to It* Mtimated ..potential. gattan b4 met with postal offi I City llndlh DfiKtrtmrnt And' School Ihmrit Crt Together

else before the plan was put tote. __ __ __ ___ __ _. __ ... __ ._._ ..d_. __' ... Swine Evaluation Center Assurc(1Fur
effect and were told that mat
Livestock prteM today are fine rrvtce would b* tmpfoved "WiMd
That they can and win maintain a petal officials at &he'Urn* Live O"k'ill; \ Open Sept 13 t

the present high level I* doubtful that n did not appear to be I
Many farmer In this county workable program .would not Improve I I'lans for opening the Florida !wine Evaluation: Cntrr -

are ow taming to feeder pip a* efficiency cr mall srrriw In iJv Oak on ptmUr< 13: were completed this t
s steady sour** of Income and a era was disrupting the bees and week when the Suwannee County Development Authority

atuBbrr *pc!* their' pig titters. ta. postUon cf postal. ..,...*. Tic agreed to swum rental payment for the site and a memo
such a manner a* to be .'weda drparttnmt .art. ahead Impto- the
l between authority
1 srreement ,
steady appty thraout the year, wiling' the plan In spite. o( of understanding ..
The constant Increase to corn strong' preteMi, and .ubsrojural, U.. -uwsniw County' Hoard and lie olCcuntr sutra* UM lul Instaltotfcm and

yield In this county and wee cf I event have proven" K to be a mistake. a CommlwIoiMrf 0 rvle* of UM Unlvrrslly .U! b* In tnarg, al UM Uv 0.11 t,
feeding out ice*Leek Kitoiwlon >
local feed In \saw aaldBe sits
la snaking ewer production. pref pointed cut that VIe bMlMsmji at v / Th a.IMfI'ef rVicWs to. was now swnpUU W> be'sub> MwliM protiuerr In FtorUU .willhere t

Mabto. at the prwrat time. drplnds to s tatty rt- i r stilted to 'M variou s<*Mt. rut *n opportunlly to ottain In
tent an tits mid service "Wihave formation rwvrtid to tmpfov Ih*
There to an Improvement brine tnsunee after 1n tanN. and ; formal approval to heated on theRobles .IMKT| .f mfi.l hues Cr.... JaaLd. J
Th fMinlr
made In cattle ta this county but It to the tote. rsther than the eicrpUon. < __ Haul whrr In* InfornuUMi .wIn b* provtd
the proems ta tale eta tog be. .where. buatnusmrn moslwatt Ferry lid on fd conversion, __ rholvra **arh .tsUofl'1e1
bind eWelopwent ta the awtne two hour and more past ________ hog rated for y.*r i. until U wet. nsd *- forsMlkMi, prs lte mf.ststlan.SICSM .
tntfwstry.Better. the normal Um when they can Jun M fl'ilkUfii sn4fMlltlit ( health tepott. nd pig In
corn' weds and tmprov.ed !pet. wp their -.. due to thharw T at th* rsMarch suimn *... h* *4>lMlTh .
brv. dBng practiee wta enable system. Ewe( yes cf tar tarots Center will ptovtd data
turned to this
eattto production ta UM county I firm cant get to work to thi 1M federal. lovwriSMnl lot th. I Ikmal oWoMutisUons unsful to

to. develop and mania t taming en this normal Usk.. cease by. evaluation prl,..i Now un. ....,.. pf...lur.r. ihruoul the tUte.

constantly- Improving tot awt awan Uw ma delivery, o.r *......,..fcMi just north *f th the aunty agent pointed cut. tbwill
With a ....u.. Fwd after mtdmaralnglm disgnnrtl provkt participant with
a stable site to th* taw state
agrtevter providing adtflUMi. aaany ewpkrreeief UMfttl and helpful information In
bat far ........ growth to I.koralemy.Caortr. .. .f .brMtfln: stock
UM Fostofflc*deportment ha, Amt. Faul Crr*. ssMK I UM k>cli into coonty. th bra*** cr tocatloncf UM efficiency
had. thesr postuon* chaagwl. burl r* thto. cask that UM faitH I Uicrafty improving
to the area '
ma MIl moils'. to ether VwaUans. .. would b directed by. Kane of w.leht gars and BMaUnss tot r
.. *
would place Nil county ta a - ,.. K conUmiMt.Ciw .
use ta general tt to a ..**. ni nets L DMrrwi eitenston. snlmi i them tw *. *
enviable pastttoa. tar a mfattorccf .. part Um that tar sHaaOon rat Wwb.er Ibis wort wars **Mrta. a4 rpsYMm the Mane IIJcfll ...... ,...... aid In.adJ.cet h Mn4mM al OaMMsviO. MId that plans are InUM

food agiiMiltsj phas a warnmr flf.hgea. aaM.The strom ....... by tames Or Sal a.s4.*.W Oipinitog ta ... *.rMt. s4 tb* .....r' Dunn. nvrdMMn to, UMArsbtoM d"in* to boW UM IMg

bas cf sera which. todvstrte to liaise to' grwwUk.a see Csnraasuiaai swt.d taO I '---.w.. stsjl ....... .. Arwt ii sr tt* (.Ur .f Uv 0... Ib* .*wa**.* (***? .wtn* Farm al Skate I P bale Paw pay si UM local tn I

OS*.a I CsUi es r.*. 't ** t,Galrrrd *. Fag II slily D.pst.rw sad tb* ..*... iced. fP** .rrl OUrt nwb l filii. O*, bas bees Wiptoy4 toM tanUn. t


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Project Marked Urgent Vacations Are ImportantIn ByDoyle .

Recent rains have again focused attention on the United States Just about every worker E.

the Inadequate storm sewer system serving the gets a vacation. That is not true in some countriesof ConnerIn Taken From The Filet Of
downtown area.Another the world, and U was not always true In the Uni-
near-cloudburst last week caused run. ted States. terms of disposable income, TILE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,

off waters to back up across sidewalks and to push The summer vacation season Is about half over or Income after taxes, the per- I
trickles Into several downtown business establish and before the year Is Americana will spend centage average American families _
will for food this year Mrs. Bethel Rlckerson left for Construction of a new rails,
millions of dollars on vacations. That means that pay 1915
decline. Washington D. C. Saturday afternoon bridge across the Suwannee Rlvtl
ments.Had it not been for the recently Installed Cen. tens of millions will have spent time at the beaches shows The a expenditure further for food has F. M. Hudson and Sydney J. to begin a temporary at Dowllng Park by the Southern!

ter Street storm sewer, which carried off part of the mountains or lakes or other vacation sunk to a new Jaw'of about 18.3 Catts candidates for the office probationary appointment to service Railroad System appears to txj
the overflow that otherwise would have also poured areas. Most of them will have a week or two weeks per cent of income, according to of Oovernor were both In the city as messenger in the War De In the planning stage. 1
into the downtown sector, In all probability the off but many will have longer. a recent estimate by Secretary of the first'of the week. Mr. Catts partment. Rlckerson passed a clv The Corps of Engineers, U 8\\
waters would have risen to several Inches in depth And while many will travel by air or train or Agriculture Orville Freeman. spoke to about 20 persons in the 11 service examination for the appointment Army, has posted notices that the I
Inside several of the establishments.The bus, most of these millions will travel by car. And This compares with 18.5 per cent Courthouse Monday night for in October 1938. Southern Railroad has applied I
problem Is not new. Flash floods have every day during the summer a hundred or more last year and 20 per cent in 1960.A about two hours. for a permit to construct a BOO I
poured through the business section for several Americans will die on the highways. Several hundreds rising trend In personal Incomes Mr. Hudson came in Monday Among those seen in Live Oakon foot bridge, approximately UOO
However with his family. He is traveling business Friday and Saturdayof feet downstream from the
and have become more critical since streetsin will be injured, lose legs or arms and be is partly responsible. now
years resurfaced a few years back, thus scarred for life. there have been some higher In his touring car and Is not makng last week were Tom Sullivan, existing Live Oak. Perry and |
the area were Index this political speeches but merely Sam and John Hillhouse of Mc- Gulf Railroad bridge.
costs in the food year
curbing and the capa- The beach areas In Brevard County
of the particu-
reducing the height with the people -
getting acquainted --
especially for meats and some Alpin community; J. L. Barnett. -
city of the gutters. larly at Cocoa Beach, and Cape Canaveral, are getting vegetables In the different parts of the C. W. Hayes, Horace Boatright. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Airth
It Is admitted that flash floods of proportions to be quite a vacationland for summer, as well Prices for beef pork and lamb tate. Fred Stickler and Arthur Lee of will leave here Monday for Hono
sufficiently large as to Invade the stores comes on as winter tourists. The beach areas now have the are forecast to continue "strong" --=- O'Brien community: J. N. Can- lulu where Mr. Alrth win be a Uj
ly Infrequently and that, perhaps, the store build- best of motels and restaurants, and entertainmentis for the balance of this year. An Mr Scott put the steam concrete non of Falmouth; C. N. Hlldreth delegate to the 58th! Triennial
Inge were constructed too close to grade level. But offered in the evenings at many of these motels offsetting factor however, is expected mixer to work at 4 o'clock of Jacksonville; and Anthony Convention of the Protestant
the buildings exist and they are flooded or threat and restaurants which aid in appealing to the vacation larger supplies of poultry. Tuesday afternoon mixing ma Willis of Ellaville. Episcopal Church which will open
ened with Hooding on several occasions during the bound tourist. We are not forgetting the fine There was an era when good terials for the foundation of the ''In Honolulu on September 4.

ocean beach? the splendid fishing and the attrac- times were vltioned as "a chicken Federal Building. to CU

year.If the floodwaters were only the result of Park tion of the Sunday tours of the Cape Kennedy in every pot" Now it's a broiler Postmaster that Dorman he will seems be'able 1955
have an Turtles Grow
St. drainage It might be argued that the problemIs Space Center, which are now drawing several on the grill or In the pan that to make u beautiful place of the Commercial Bank of Live Oak : Slowly
that of the owners and the store operators alone. thousands of visitors each month. can be relied on to come food budget to the Postofflce as had been made of officials announced this week ; Popular belief Is that sea turtles .
But the run-off waters flow from as far south Vacations-are of great Importance. Psychologists rescue of the family he'Courthouse grounds. Possiblyhe that Eugene N. Adicks of Jasper grow slowly and live to be

as Bridgeri Ave. to pile upon along Park and,East agree they are necessary in most cases Weight-conscious people who can bribe the head florist at would become cashier of the bank hundreds of years old; howeverno
for proper mental and physical health, and varietyin have been foregoing the pleasure the Courthouse, Miss Rooerson, effective September 1. Adicks will one knows. They do grow rapIdly .

Lake.Therefore, the problem Is a responsibility of living 01 snacklrig frequently 'on pea- to ten hIm how to do the work replace Forrest o. Bradbury who size in within captivity ten and years.reach Loggerhead adult.

the entire community and It is a problem deserving In order to enjoy your vacation to the fullrlt, nuts because they are high in resigned to accept a new banking turtles at Marineland of
of an early solution.! take your time in coming and going and that way calories may have their problem A. E. WrtRlenortJand Chas.nightfrom position in St. Augustine. Florida have weighed as much u
that portion of you will stand a good chance to solved before long.A Huffman returned Sunday
It occurs to this newspaper a enjoy many future a fishing trip to South Florida The Suwannee Democrat was 300 pounds when only seven years
road and bridge tax. that Is vacations new process has been de-
the city's share of the Wrtg says It was the first advised by telegram last Thursday old. and record Indicate that
returned to the municipality annually, might well Cocoa Tribune veloped to produce low-calorie time he hooked them so large he from Senators Holland and they grow to a weight In excess
It work with other
be allocated to eliminating this problem. peanuts. may ouldn't handle them. Smathers and Congressman Matthews of 850 pounds.
-Auburndale Star nuts pecans, walnuts almonds .
Brazil chestnuts cashews, that the Suwannee Valley
nuts ,
Welcome Visitor Lela Edwards and Electric
Little Misses Cooperative had been approved -
What Interests the readers of weekly newspa- etc.The procedure, which removes Bell Surrency entertained about for a loan of $100.000 for Seeking Live Vaccine
Education The KeyA pers? 80 per cent of the oil and three- thirty of their little friends witha relendlng to consumers to finance With the use of irradiation, researchers
Santa Rosa County industrial leader discussing The Suburban Press Foundation conducted a fourths of the calories, 1s simple. lawn party at the home of their equipment such u irrigation systems at Florida's Agricultural
the future of Santa Rosa County the other survey to find the answer to that question, and It leaves Intact the original good aunt, Mrs W J. Hlllman. Tuesday and plumbing. Experiment Stations are work.

day said that prospective new employees who mightbe Editor fc Publisher has printed the results. They flavor and high protein content. afternoon. Ing toward development of a
Harold O. Swain of Panama modified live vaccine which will
interested in coming here ask about education cast a revealing light on the wants of the millions Shelled nuts with a proper
building belonging to City has been named
The store principal of give effective protection from
opportunities. This Is one of the primary consider of people who live In the small towns and country- a moisture hydraulic content, to are pressed most in M. E. Broom and occupied by Suwannee High School to succeed anfrplasnv fis! an annual $3
press remove
ations. They want to know about the public schools side. and McCormick Crews
I of the oil which constitutes about Worthington Roy who resignedsome million cattle killer In Florida
their children, and of the young workers As one would expect, local led the field' about 12:30 .
for many news half the peanut's weight. aught fire last night : mont.ha..o to accept a The disease Is caused by parasites -
ask about opportunities for further education for In readership with 030 percent of those polled The pressed kernels are flat and was burned to the ground. I position at Aurora College in Aurora entering the red blood cells

themselves.We saying they always read it; ..5 per cent saying they and misshapen, but they returnto HI. causing anemia.
can see why both these factors would read it sometimes; and only 0,fl per cent confessing their original size when soaked
weigh heavily In decision to move to a new. loca- they never read lit. In water. 1940 -
Next and close behind came editorials While ,they are being "recon- Members of the Suwannee
tion.The value of education/ Impressed deeply UP- and local columns. A mere 0.' per cent said they tltuted" salt sugar spices or County Chamber of Commercewere I
on the people who work in today's modern Indus- never read these. flavoring can be added. After theowcalorie hosts Wednesday noon to James B. Daniels
trial plants. Better education means better pay and Third in reader Interest was advertising. Only nuts are dried out many of the dignitaries visiting
better Jobs. That Is a simple and obvious fact to 2.' per cent said they never read It. All the rest they are ready for eating u is Live Oak for the March of Progress
these employees. They see others who are no more said they always or sometimes read Vt. for roasting or for use in candles celebration. A president of I
and other foods. y4 the Jaycees Bob Sanches, introduced Funeral Homes
Intelligent, perhaps, but who have gone beyond Actually, the whole weekly paper! I Is very thoroughly : U- Fuller Warren as toastmaster -

them in school take and hold higher positions.It read. Even the poorest read classification Did you know that there Is* a for the luncheon. They
is not only the employees though.who are sports news drew a combined "always" and college that gives a B. S. degree were welcomed by Mayor Marvin LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
keenly interested tn the educational facilities of the "sometimes" readership of 891 per cent. I In Food Marketing} Phillips.
community. Management had a heavy stake in this. The weekly paper la one of the most welcomeof i St. Joseph'. College PhIladel- -
Today's industries, especially those like we visitors to rural homes. It stays for seven days phia, has had an Academy of Wiley Orantham announced Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-

have in this county and area, are the products of not Just one. And the whole family has a lasting Food Marketing since 1981. Recent Thursday that he had sold his equipped ambulances on call twenty-
research. A couple of years ago, the principle processes and hearty appetite, for Just about everything its enrollment Includes 110 day home on West Duval Street to
four hours each in both Live Oak
involved at our' two major plants In this columns school students and 1)0 at night Tom Henry, sheriff-elect of the day -

county were just evolving out of research. And research Okaloosa News-Journal Crestvlew' aeqe ions. county. and Branford
house the
Recently opened to
continues. It takes training and mental discipline .
academy Is a new $1.3 million two- Mrs. W. H. Ennels of Alachua
to out the tasks Involved in these
carry to accommodate
story building announces the engagement of her
Insect Bites HarmfulIt _CALL DAY OR NIGHT_
plants.A. 800 students in 12 classrooms As daughter Miss Mary Alma En-
great forward. step Is being taken with the has been stated that the venom from honeybees 'ou'd' 'expect, sponsors of the pro- nell to William Zachartah Mc- LIVE OAK BRANFORD
construction of West Florida University about 12 wasps, yellow jackets and hornets Is, drop for led t Include major firms in the Leod. son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. M.
miles from Milton But our public schools are suf drop Just u potent for certain susceptible persons food manufacturing: and distribution McLeod of Ore nvUl.. 362-3333 935. 4100
fering.. We are J'fmJlllln letting our children attend u the deadly venom of rattleanakea. Industries.The The wedding will be an event
schools which have to stint to get through the year Many authorities have long believed that. such academy offers students a of August 27 in the Alachua Baptist .
-.Preu-Oaaette Milton stings to certain people could be quite a danger, complete food marketing curri- Church. J. B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.

a especially those who have allergic tendencies. culum plus summer Interneshlps
'Borne with supermarket processing and Fred Rlckerson. son of Mr. and
of the simple measures which'a person
manufacturing firms to give them
Eventually Ccis ThereThe take which will
can discourage Insects are available practical experience In preparing
speedup of the U.:B. mall service throughthe In' many periodicals. Rough clothing seems to attract for' a career.
establishment of section centers and the transportation them more than a hard finished white cloth.

of the bulk of the malls by highway. truck The finish seems to affect them more than a hard Synthetics have been making
thus far hat enjoyed the exact amount of success finished white cloth. The fnlah seems to affect such Inroads on markets for
that most adventures In bureaucratic planning them more than the colors.It leather that the U. 8. supply! of A TEN
achieve. will be well for the reader to remember cattle hides now exceeds domestic -

Which is not much of very little carelessness with such stings and bites from these demand.As POUNDBABY
This Is especially true of parcel post and newspaper insects may be quite dangerous. If a person has a consequence, the leather <
industry Is considering only
of more than the normal reaction to a sting bite it
deliveries, although numerous complaints or ,
I the center portion of hides in BOY
delay of first class matter are also popping up in would be well for him to consult a doctor ma.kln.lNther to provide a more

the various newspapers across the country which Cocoa Tribune uniform raw material and
cross this desk. streamline the lesther-making
In all fairness to the Postmaster General and Ten years from now every family will have process.

his slide-rule experts, it is impossible to anticipatethat three automobiles, according to a new prediction. The economic feasibility of I

the driver of a truck carrying the major mall With payments weekly instead. of monthly, presum such a move, however depends on
delivery to the Lakeland section center would get ably finding a profitable outlet for the
lost and spend several hours trying to locate the belly and other parts of the hide
The trouble with vacations is that 'most of that would be cut away. In this
office.And direction! research ls getting un-
it's probably unfair to criticise the operation them end too soon derway to dissolve the essential

because on another day a mall truck caught protein of animal hides and spinit

fire. However, an occasional flat tire, motor failure Into fiber, or form U Into sheetsor
I and other normal mechanical mishaps should havebeen The Suwannee, DemocratOF film.
anticipated but evidently weren't. After this Is done the products
-Auburndale Star LIVE OAK FLORIDA Mil be analysed and evaluate
** for potential use as Industrial IS IT TIME to think about a home of your own, or perhaps
fn th Heart of th* s.*...*.. Riser VtXLvf raw materials.In .

Frustration NonsenseIt BANNER Consolidated LEADER the meantime some of thenauan' an addition for your expanding family? Whether you buy,
best known shoe manufacturers -
is all criminal instincts Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1888r
a mistake to attribute -
MUhxl Every Thmday at fine a O im r Street are producing shoes build or enlarge we welcome your application for a low
.' to frustration over social or economic with uppers mad of UM new: _
but it U becoming quite a habit with social Louie C. Wadgworth.... Editor A Publisher porous synthetic product that cost Mortgage Loan at the Commercial.COMMERCIAL
workers to explain the criminal acts of individualsupon Clara S. Wadgworth ........ Associate Editor breathes". .
the thesis that all crime originates from some Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manarer .

inequality the social order. George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman I
This obviously leads us to the conclusion if Removing Sanikpura
abolish Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida Removing sandspura from a
some sociologists are correct, that the way to -
crime U to give everybody what they want. SUBSCRIPTION Buwanme County $..00 lawn Is more practical than re* .
Make everybody equal, in social political and economic RATE8 Outside BuwanrIM County ISO moving these from pants cuff
Two wed killers are momawnd-
status. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In AdftM'tMDmEROPI-d tor the Job DBUA DI-Mt)
1'N.I1I an absurd thesis. There art criminals in
and atruine. Ute D8MA U you BANK
all level of human society. Excepting certain instances have sorsla or Bermuda grass .-
of stealing connected with the potential seniFlorida and atrastn if you have St. Au- ...W ]
status of Underprivileged the bulk of the criminal gustln or centipede grass. Follow II OF LIVE OAK

acts In this country are committed by those who the directions .o the label for
are unwilling accept the discipline of an orderly best result .
society and reluctant to work for what they get '(Ioa -

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Qfff/nt&te&t Mrs. Raymond Peter Cannarella Miss Brim Reveals Miss Martha Rae Keeling I IJ

to- == Wedding Plant

Mice Olenda Fare Brim daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Brim.
s announced her wedding plans
WOM eN this week.Miss .
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Brim will exchange nuptial
vows with Jack Henry Sand-
lie, son of Mrs Mamie Sandlin.I ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor .
I Sunday August twenty-second at
three clock In the afternoon In

Miss Reed And Mr. Cannarella Exchange I I the WecUood Baptist Church 1r 1k J
( with the Rev Nathan Wooley. r 1
Nuptial Vows Iti Washington Church uncle of the groom-elect official

The Congress Heights Baptist Church, Washington. ing
D. C. was the scene Friday night, August 6. at 7,30: p.m. of Attending Miss Brim will be $
the wedding of Linda Evelyn Reed. Oxon Hill. Ma. and ?., Mrs Philip Odom. matron of
Raymond Peter Cannarella Kansas City Mo. The double honor: Miss Nelda Weaver maid
of Miss Howe, bridesmaid
honoc. Jan
ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur C. Reedle, and Mrs. Lamar Nash
Interim of the church.
pastor wedding cake topped with a bridesmaid Flower girl will be ,
The bride U the daughter of
Dawn Woolen cousin of the
miniature bride and groom centered -
Mr and Mr. James E. Reed of groom-elect.
the brides table. Assisting
this city The bridegroom U the with the nospltalltlea were Miss Mr. Brim will give his daughter
son of Mr. and Mrs. Santo Can
Anna Marie Leltgeb and Miss In marriage
nerds of Wilson. Conn. Barbara Ann Leltgeb The bride ,, r } + Earl Mixon uncle of the
Standard baskets of gladioli books was kept by Leeta Diane 1 groom-eelct will serve as beat .r I Iy
and candelabras decorated the Reed sister of the bride t tr man. Ushering will be Philip Od 1 r
church. A program of traditional For their wedding trip the om. Johnny Clayton and SUssen
wedding music was presented by bride wore a mint green dress Brim brother of the bride-elect !
Mien Gertrude Olson church- or- with black accessories. After a r Mrs R. M. Frier will be organist
week end In New Tork City a a and Mrs Buford Ratllff.
The bride given in marriage by reception was held: on Sunday, vocalist
her father wore a full length August 8 at the Elks Home, Following the ceremony Mr
gown of aUk organza with brocade Windsor Conn.. for the couple. 4 and Mrs. Brim will entertain In I,
'appliques down the front. The They will reside at gays Trooit. the Social Hall of the church with t
fitted bodice was fashioned witha Kansas City. Mo a reception and friends and relatives
round neckline and lone pointed of the couple are invited to
sleeve with the skirt ending In a attend both the wedding and reception
chapel train A headpiece of silk .
TaylorWIleonnuptial __ __ _
organza petals accented with tiny H
held her veil of silk Illusion Kil< + $ q .
pearls Mr and Mr. flordon P. Keeling Jr.. announce the engagement *
and she carried a bouquet of Miss Phyllis Jean Taylor, Miss! Murrah To Wed .f their ...."' '', Martha Rae, I. R.n..id Wayne tlranaee,
white carnations daughter of Mr and Mrs J. B. KiKMell Wadworlli IOn .f Mr. and Mrs R. D. Brannsn .f Wellborn.
Miss Delols E. Hawks servedas Taylor of this city and 1st XX
maid of honor. She wore a David Alan Wilson of Greenwich. rThofn115onGolf Mr and Mrs Johnny Walter lUta. Miss Keeling and Mr Branneit are graduates ef 8.waa.
street length gown of aqua satin Conn, son of Mr and Mrs Hei\> Murrah announces the engagement nee lilts Reheat Miss Keeling Is "IIfl'I.d with the Nrth
fashioned with a fitted lace bodIce ry R. Wilson of Greenwich. Conn., of their daughter Carolyn ItorhU Telephone C.msny and Mr. Brasses .U engaged In
and overskirt and carried a exchanged nuptial vows at the Kane to Joel Russell Wadsworih farming with his fslher.
bouquet of aqua trimmed camsttona. George Air Force Base ChapeL son of Mr. and Mrs Joel Wads The wedding dale nlll to anneeneed later
Calif., on July I with Major Mr*. Flitch Circlehostess worth.
Joseph Cannarella. brother of Ralph Cllngsworth. Chaplain of The wedding will be an event of
the bridegroom served a* batman the base officiating the double Engagement I IlecentlyMrs. August twenty-eighth at eight MrKeitlien-r.la. : >ton Marriage AnnotineedMr
and ushers were Charles W. ring ceremony Mr. and Mrs. W K. Thompson Frank Futch Jr., enter o'clock In the evening In the .
and Mrs Harry McKelthenannounce Mrs Dialer Clayton on July It atStalenellle
CUrran and Frank H Rhoad. Miss Coeds Kuhn of Victor- Leesburg. announce the engagement talnet members of the WBCS Philadelphia Baptist Church.
A reception was held at the ells Calif., was maid of honor, of their daughter Gall Circle Pour at her home on Merrymao No Invitations are being sent In the marriage of their I I Oa
former apartment of the bride In Miss Rose Bertole and Miss Carolyn McNeil, to John Leslie Oof f. son Street recently town but all friends and relatives daughter, Nancy Beatrice, to The couple are. making their I
Oxon Hill where a three tieredIf Payne were bridesmaids. of Mr. and Mrs. II B. Golf of John Johnson spoke to the circle are Invited to attend both the James C. Clayton. son of Mr., and home on the Madison Road
U. William E.: Wilson served as MM In. on "The War On Poverty"The wedding and the reception
,best man. Sharing ushering duties The bride-elect Ie a graduate of I devotional was given by
were Capt. John A. Aine Uwsburg High School and Is Mrs Donald Burch. JULY PAINT SPECIALDue
you were) born in Capt Richard 1C. Johnson, and presently employed as secretaryto Mrs. Laurie Duval and Mrs HIM Durham Will Hay
( > to bad weather have continued theseSpecials
August of an odd. Capt. John B. Stone. the City Manger, Leesburg Gerry Lord were wetcomcr as vis Opponilr, Tab Hunter we )
The bride Is a graduate of 8uwannee .. Her fiance U a graduate of Bu- itors.Mrs Miss. Stella Duprham. daughterof August)
numbered rear, renew High School and the wannee High School of Live Oak Donald Burch: will be the .
Mr and Mrs B F Durham of FLAT SEMI: GLOSS, LATEX
your driven license groom graduated from Washington and the University of Florida, September hostess this city will be playing a leading
University In St. louts Mo., with a BSBA Degree In account. Others present were Mrs role. with Tab Hunter at the $2.91 Gallon
this month. and ls attached to the Nth tactical In,. He ls presently employedwith Olynn Duncan Mrs. John John Pheasant Run Playhouse
firm of Mrs Frank Brown and Mrs COLORS ONLY
fighter squadron at George the accounting IOn The play "The Tender Trap"
APB" Hasklns and Sells.A Rich Cspetl will run from August 24 thru Sep.
They will make their home In September wedding U plsn e tember 14 Langford Builders Supply
,VTotorvUle. CalifB ned. Five full-time photographers at .
COUNTY JUDGE . Cypress O.rdm.t&lid more than 11.1.1. HI. I.E.: n... MI-IMI
( ..sw Tear b.rrlp l eal Cotton 1s the coolest fabric U.000 flash bulbs In IM4 ,..... Year hctrlpiUn)
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Good Safety Procedure Is Sure On Top Of The "World"

I To Prevent Many" Serious Mishaps I. Back To Schoo I Special

(Editor's Note: Safety rules are fragments and other objects the
good Items to remember and a refresher blade might fling a great distance q
of good practices from with tremendous force
time to time Is also helpful. The Small children are safer In a + J
rules below appeared recently In' car if they ride In the back seat,
the editorial column of the Lake I' in a baby basket or a safety seat.
Wales News. They are timeless If your child rides besides you
and as true today as when first be careful a sudden stop might 1J
written some years ago. Adher- send the youngster against the
ence to the advice given In them dash
could well keep a serious or tragic Watch the car door to make''
accident from happening.) sure It Is not slammed shut on
The article follows: small fingers. Adopt the habit of I
Safety Rules For The Ladles: letting your children get in the
When driving always lock car I same time you 'do. Make certain GENUINE HAND SEWN MOCCASIN
doors. This prevents someone the doors are tightly shut before
from Jumping Into your car when starting the epglne.
stopped This Is also an Important Medicine is a wonderful miraclein

safety Beware measure.of strangers that call do our Impair world,your but some driving.medicine Don Regular $7.99 Value $5.992 Pn $11.00(

at your home. If you happen to be drive while taking drugs unless
alone, always try to Infer that certain they will not effect your ,
your husband Is in the next room normal faculties. _COLORS_
busy or asleep. Never reveal that Radar control Is a scientific
you are alone. This might discourage method utilized by your Sheriff's -i'r: I CORDOVAN

a would-be-attacker Department to regulate traffic, ALL .
Never leave a porch light on The purpose\ of this Is for your .
when alone. This tells a prowler I protection. Please respect it for J-4: BROWN ;Oft
that are alone and he might its value of safety.Do .SIZES. ..
you .. ......... .
his not overload electrical ..... .. .. .
select you as prey. I your k :
During vacation or absence I outlet with 'too many extension BLACK SHOE DEPT.
from home, do not fall to stop cords. Fire might easily result. MJ.-Mary Anna Duncan recently crowned Miss Florida World at
delivery of the paper or milk. Never yank a cord from a socket. the Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Club, Is now preparing for the
Piled up papers on a front porchare Orasp the plug and pull out firm Miss USA-World Contest .. .. .
n n .nu.nnu.nun.u.u".nnu.un..n.u.unwunn.u..uuuw. u"nnw
what some burglars look for I ly. ,
CAPE CORAL FLORIDA-Beauty was the order of the day u
evidence of an empty house. All appliances should bear the
IS of Florida's lovelest girls competed la the 1965: Mlis FlorIda .
Their Job of burglary Is easy Underwriters Laboratories seal World Pageant held at the Cape Coral Yacht and Racnuet Club. ..,'.\. .. >&. 'I":
when no one Is home. signifying they are safe for use. Miss Mary Anna Duncan. the 1965 ,,1nI1tr.a now preparing for / 11 .
Bike riding Is fun for our chil- Heating appliances need cat the Miss USA-World competition l:
dren but never pull a bike or a slderable electric power. Avoid at Asbury Park, New Jersey James :I* Duncan, Mary commented iu "
toy vehicle with an automobile. using two at the same outlet. Unplug If the blond-haired bine-eyed "I like and admire pea \ rr.t'r
ple who do what they believe In.
It Is considerably dangerous and after using. Never wrap a Florida State University coed. Mr father thinks that beauty
a definite Infraction of Florida cord around or put away a warm wins the Miss USA-World title contest are all right, as Ions I .4, t
she will then compete in the .
law appliance. as a person doesn't base her ,
Fire Is a lethal weapon of nature Boxes bags, papers clothes, Miss World Contest In London values on such events along"This .
A small child Is not match etc., on or under a stairs or in England.: Mary whose statistics beautiful community Is
are 34-22 34, is the figurative picture .
for burning blazes. Do not leave a halls can give fire a start and also of the "girl next door" who also the home of the 80 acre
Cape Coral Gardens one
child at home unattended, even block your escape. ,won K beauty contest Florida' newest and largest
for few minutes, for fire can If smell windows '
a you gas open This J.' the third )'ear 'Cap. tourist attractions For. FJIE0
strike, spread and kill In a mat and doors for ventilation, checkto Coral; located on Florida's south Information on Cape Coral and ..raw
ter of minutes see if burner valves are openor west coast, has been host to the the Cape Coral Gardens, write
Power mowers can be dangerous. If pilot flame is extinguishedand Miss Florida World Pageant Cape Coral Gardens Dog 43-D,
Before mowing Inspect your never look for a gas leak Daughter ol Sisoob and Mrs Cape Coral, Florida 53304.
yard pick up stones metal with matbhes. If unable to locate

'65 Award-Winning IlomoLAPAYETTE 30 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOKGeorgia
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1 TIFTON,Coastal GEORGIA Plain Experiment JULY Station 31, 1965 Notice To All Corn Growers!

The Thirty Day Agricultural days Is expected to vary widely
Weather Outlook for the period I from place' to place but should Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelledcorn.
; mid August to mid September average between 4.00 and (0.50 Inches
"> for South Georgia' Southeul over Southeast Alabama and We try to give you the most courteous service available to

._ --- Alabama, and Northwest Hot. Southwest Georgia and between you and our aim is to see that you get the highest possible price
Ida issued by the Weather Bu 500 and (00 Inches over South for
a rean Advisory Agricultural' east Georgia! and Northwest Floe your corn.

Plain Meteorologist Experiment Georgia Station Coastal TIN mostly ida, Rain as afternoon 1s expected and to evening occur Bring us a load of com. We believe you'll be back again and we

ton. Ga.. August' IT, 1965. showers on 10 to 14 days durln appreciate your patronage.
TEMPERATURES during the the period with one or two periods
period are expected to averane of extended rain. t
1. ,/ 'JJ below normal over Northwest SUNSHINE!: luring the period I Phone 362-3596 (
: -__ .. Florida near normal over South Is expected to average about M
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Georgia and Southeast Alabama per cent of possible with 2 or 3
). IND.-N w u.s. trend toward more, spacious, eie. Daily mean temperatures are expected periods of extended cloudiness. ISUWANNEE
rant living Is typified by the Highlander I model shown her. during
Produced t>r National Homes Corporation here, the nation's largest to average between 77 and SOIL
\ 12' Dally maximum temperatures the next 30 days will continue to
of borne, the Highlander la one of three National I GRAIN CORPORATION
Homes models marked for .1185 Award-Winning Citation by Par will average between 88 and decline slowly Average temperatures
ents' Magazine Cited for its overall excellence in design, the home 90' with afternoon temperatures under four Inches of bare
Is balled by Parents' "for a contribution to better housing for fam 95'> or higher on 3 to 5 days dur. soil will range between 85 to 75*.
Ills with children. The Highlander offers separation of quiet and Inl the period. Dally minimum 1/4 Mil North L2re.tock Market On North Houston A... ,
activity gone, functional kitchen arrangements, pleasing exteriorsand
abundant storage apace The home has been designed so that the temperatures* will average Mat Waging! LIVE OAK FLORIDA

outdoor patio family living room convenience.and kitchen Its are Integrated for maximum Indoor. 88 to 80'72. with no temperaturesbelow Rubber sink mats and bath. ................................... ... .. ..:... ............................."...... I IMcrimon's
spacious-kitchen-dining area is drav mats can be washed by machine.
matlo with a view Into a step.down family-activity- with fire'place RAINFALL during the next 30 Add a few bath towels u a buffer
.A lunch bar "look-through" kitchen la offered as well and for and let than spin through the
convenience, a tt bath is near this wife.styled kitchen. Its three
large bedrooms and full bath are quiet.soned upstairs. The double trouble call local gas company. regular suds and rinse cycle.
garage adds length and prestige The Highlander is offered on both Baby sitters should know your si Office
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August .9 In the Suwannee
David Marlines and
Mrs. ., '
", Scout No. 417 are sponsoring a
daughter Luanne returned to !ItoI''i "Back To School Fashion Show" County Hospital.
WOMEN k1\ Th baby weighed 8 Ib*. I fto
Oklahoma City Monday after I
: at the Elk's Lodge at 7:30: In the
spending several weeks with her I evening, *. and ha been named Alton I
Mr. and Mrs. Word Dennis Bonds Jr. !
:\ I Fashion will be modeled for ;
CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Ilarrell. students from the first grade
EditorMcFarlandBynl Mrs. Harold NlckoU and daugh
through school.
ter. Cathy returned to Anderson I Tickets may be obtained from Hiirburu Elaine' Bowden
I Mht4 Smith Luncheon S. C., last Tuesday with Mr I any of the following members. Mr. and Mr*. Wallace L. Bow-
Wedding: Plan- Honoree Friday Nichols after visiting several days Becky Edwards Nancy Edwards. den announce the birth of a
A double-ring ceremony will Miss Linda Smith of Montlcello. with her parents Mr. and Mr*. e Stanley Hopkins Pam Fortnrr. daughter on the IJth of July
unite Miss Kathleen Ruth Mc- whose marriage to Chapin Eaford: Harrell and Thomas H.,. I Terry Fortner. Kathleen Hurst The baby ha been named Bar-

Farland and James Ealle ByrdJr. Henley also of Montlcello will be rell. Pam Klauman. Bonnie McLean. bar Elaine Bowden..
., In marriage on August twen an event of August :21, was the Mr. James Estes and grand 'I II Sylvia Musgrove, Diana Oirdrn e
I ty-first at seven o'clock. Inspiration for a luncheon Friday children. Ricky. Barbara Wayne I Johnle Lee Porter. Kitty Nobles, Evening: Gown Look
The Rev. Roy Starling of J.cktonvllte August II when Mrs. Jason and son Oene of Orlando and t I Melissa Rogers Jenny Ross, Lee Watch. for Indian and Japaneae
I and Rev. J. A. Slkei of Kennon entertained In her honorat I Mrs. Bertie Hall visited several Williams. Patricia Poole Sally look In evening gown with the
Park will days with Mr. and Mrs. Eaford Barbara Lord.
I Avon officiate at the her home on Suwannee Ave- Brown Diane Nix sari the top fall favorite done
I Mount Beulah Baptist Church In Harrell and Thomas Harrell.Mr '. Sue Bass and Marilyn Haundrri
one-shoulder In the origin
In styles
I Wellborn. nue.A yellow and white motif was *. Roney Rowland Jr.. Roney Models mill be Sylvia MU lrove. *! Indian silks.e .
Following the ceremony a reception carried out in the decorations. I HI. Mary Elizabeth and Carol Nancy Edwards, Tesle Koff. I II
will be held at the homeof Marigolds were used In the for McKelthen of Chester V*., are Janet Moses Alma Rathel. Patsy I
the bride's parent In Live Oak. er and living room. visiting Mr*. Rowland' parents, M Palmer Donlta Murrah. Patty I I Sixth Largest Industry
No Invitations are being sent The luncheon tables were covered Mr and Mr*. Alex McKeKhen. Slemp and Sheryl Moore, The natural gas Industry lath
Mr. and Mr. F. W Tyson Sr. '
AU friends and relatives are cordially with yellow cloths and centered | sixth largest Industry In the
Invited. with floral designs of yel of Hawthorne were recent visitors I Wherever you go. allow enouih i United States and serves 33 million .
with Mr. Tyson's son-in-law I I .
low' shaggy mum and dainty 1 time so you wont feel rushed. customers.A
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Louis -
Win!*teadArutrtrongWeehhng !' white flower
; Tedder and Mrs. Tyson' son-in-
Marking the place place
Vows were law and daughter Mr and Mrs.
I cards with gold wedding bells at.ached. Thought "For TodayBy
Miss Ellora Louise Wlnstead Alex McKelthen.Mrs.
I and John Dewayne Armstrong Present were Mrs. Paul Colcy.Mrs. Frank M. Oreen and Benny C IIIRRIS .I
grandsons. Bobby and George.
were united in marriage Saturday E. 8. Blair, Mrs.T. T.
, Smith
were recent visitor* cf Miss Mar- "You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over yourhead
July 24, at 5:00: pm. In Memorial Miss Judy Harris Miss
Kalhy en Brorsen. Mr*. Greene with her but you can prevent them from nesting In your hair ,
Park Church on Riverside Hunter, Mrs. Gloria alive haant had misfortune
Harrell. Miss There 1 II hardly a person who some
Avenue In Jacksonville.The Connie Anderson. Miss Linda son-in-law daughter, Mr and *. LU Bo wtll of this city and Melvin Bmwell of nrywn, ,.-:- .... befall him Illness. the IDS of a loved one, buatnea
bride la the daughter of Smith. Mrs. W. B. Smith all of Mrs. Doug Clement of Jacksonville Tex. *nn..nt the engagement and approaching marriage .f \1; reverses yet w* see some people who have over
Mr. and lira. Cephas H. Wlnstead MonU Uo. Mrs. E. V. Fisher of will leave to make their their daughter, Carolyn Ann. I. Ronald R, William, on .f Mr, I :. com their sorrow and other whose sorrows :
home In Ft." Lauderdale.Mis have overcome them. There la no way to shield
and the bride-groom the son of Tallahassee and Mrs. Dan Me- Candy Hampton studentat and Mrs Pianos WlllUm *f Rule Five. Uv Oak. I'11 yourself disappointment and unhappiness .
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton ArmstrongSr Nelll of this city the University of Florida arrived Miss Darnell b tmpl.jrtd by Liberty NaUonal Uf Insurance I lift Is a succession of uncertainties the greatest
former resident of Suwannee e .f thl city y .. capacity Is the ability 1 to accept thorn with a *
horn last week to spend a ".) n-
County. of proportion for "th longer w* dwell our
Ann Parhani Circle few week with, her parents.. Mr. Mr. WlUUm U wif-employed a* a> farmer and copartner ef misfortune, the greater la their power to harm
Met and Mr*. John Hampton ,Jr. be. Ullllam krolhrn. ua,**
WONDERFUL Tuesday fort returning to school. The wedding will k. an event *f OrUb Iwenty-thlrd alevenlhlrty Bo l let us not constantly pray for good fortune,
?H a'f Stilinc. The Ann Parham Circle of the Mill Charlotte Wadcworth U In the evening *| the l.lr Oak Church of Christ but rather let ua work and pray for the strength
First Baptist Church met last expected to return this week end to meet whatever th* day has In store whetherIt
..,.*-.10.. CMfflMl*blr../. Tuesday in the home of Mr*.; from HendersonvUle. N. C. after N. Invltatton are king. arnl. AU relaUve and frlrndi .f theeoupte. be joy or sorrow 1 let u* learn to endure them
Invited Ie attend.
are both always remembering that clrcumsUnct are sometime
i ass Kirk Oaakin with Miss Bertl
Ill'' M* lotion gamut spending the summer as a camp
I* M. MIA. gtoyrdrp. Mae Robinson chairman, presid beyond our control but behaviour never U.
:: Casa rrortag counselor at Camp Ton-A.Wan Which I* perhcp to lay, In another 1If'NI4I. that all motivation
: ing. I dab. and Mr*. Salem Zrbounl andaabrl..1 MYIM'YF To llulil born of science and research Intuition I II still the bMt. For In
['BVEHS' < ::{ Mr*. John Castleberry read the; Mr*. A. B. Hill of lUwklnavtlle. and Jowph. modern garb. Intuition looks strikingly scientific. Old. standard
t. scripture and led In prayer I Oa. Mr*. Emmett Holland of Mr and Mr*. J. Robert C* on Joint Youth Wfdk custom are not to be out moded. Rely on 8UWANNEK! : : FUNERAL:
Taking part on the program Ha klnvlUe. a*, Mr. Oorge and Mr*. Allen Wooley attended The MYT of the First Methodlxt nOME 029: South Ohio Avenue to advise you on the most acceptable
I 8 11411Now were Mrs. Tom Landrn. Mb Ber Joiner and sons. Jimmy and Neat the annual Big Bend florin u- Church will join the PYF of procedures In the last tribute with the vary ultimate of service and
tie Mae Robinson. Mrs. Oaskln.Mr oclatlon tate cook-out at the satisfaction. Call 3D3-U34.
and Mr*. W. O. Joiner all of the First Presbyterian Church In
*. Wllltt Klngson, and Mr*. Plnehurtt. O*., spent lat Wednesday Holiday Inn In Thomatvllle. O*.. w youth week:, August 33-Auiust FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
John Castleberry and Thursday with Mr. hut Monday night They are nrwIIM'mbtra 21 at the First Methodist Church Suwann.. County Residents
On Sale Al During the social hour refreshments -I and Mr*. Frank FuUh Jr.. and of the aMoclatlon.Mr starting at ':30 pm.
were served children. Angela and Frank III. II. II. hair 8r., and (Uiighter The theme la "God And "I,", BRODY C. HARRIS
Hunter Rexnll Drug I I Mrs. Lucille Jenkins of this Mr. Chester Bfdell. of Jckonvlll :> Speaker for the week will be the Licensed Funeral Director
LIVE CMK. n\ The Italian brought cotton to city, Mr and Mr*. Robert Jenk- *, left Monday for T.na- Rev, Jim Walkup, Rev, BplveyBrabham.
Europe In the Middle. Age I Ira and children Judy and Bobby bassos to visit Mrs Hair' son Rev Pomeroy Carter,
of Vsldoua. Oa. and Mrs. and daughter-in-law Mr, and Rv. Charles Webb and Nlel Bell SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
John MeOulrk Jr., and daughter Mrs. Ilorry Hair Jr. and Mrs. Everyone U Invited to attend
Debbie, of Tallahassee vla- Hair' granddaughter and hu 828 5. Ohio Aye.....
ALICE GRAHAM Iced Mr and Mri. Avery JenkinsIn band and great-grandon. Mr pending several days at Daytona LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Bessemer City N. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moor and Edgar Beach.
Recent Graduate Lively School of Cosmetology and Mr, Letter Puckett In flat- Murray, dIM Laura Kennon of Lake
at Tallahassee, ton!*, N. C recently While away Mr and Mrs. Resale McNrlll City visited Mr. and Mrs. Jason PHONE 362.1234
Bias Joined The Staff of Beautician at they visited Boone. Blowing Rock returned home Monday after Kennon this week, \
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and Twvetstt N. C.
.. VASTIF/S BEAUTY SIIOI' Mrs. Buren Dunavant of Bran
i son visited Mr, Lucille Jenkins'
and Invite you to try her expert Ute first of last week.
Mis Phylll Rowland ha re. I
Hair Styling and Beauty Care
turned horn after spendingweek
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Social Security Lot. tI II 7f. B.w.iy Hill.woo. Let 4. Bill IA. II*.. Oak II t II Jon**, Ell.a 471
fl 15 I I. Thom...... I. C. 1 Viola. .... Let 4, Blk 10-A. LJe Oak; .tl b U .. .. Louie O.II 114
r.flin fJ.mpfire j Lot II, funny Hili. Ct 11 I 11 Bronson R. O. A 1.1..1. I." Lot la. Blk: tA, Lte G.54 II t bulb ,. JamM A Ella Ma 141:
Lot. a '. Bill 1. RR Add II t 11 MPowtlJohn... a Dora Lot II. II. 14. II. 14, BlkIS.
Answers Br 11,0' Llo Oak IIEH t II a...... W. C. T."

Lot t. RIll I. RR Add II II Rlcbard.o IIFrtIo D. 1.11 of 10 4.IILoti II,
The COHO or silver salmon Lot RR Add II 5 11 Morris. C..n. .... Blk lIotl 11 t II '',11I.... MOM A Mary
Lot. "I.nl a Ii BIk 2. RR 'JaneHlncion. '..11
(Editor's Note: These question Add II 2 11 MIII.r, Morp II." N SD Pt Lot I. Silt. 10,
Lot T, Bill 1. RR Add II S' 11 D..t.. Ho..rd .OT U,. ,. II t II JamM L. A
and answers are compiled by Wll- Lot 10, 11111 '. 8R Add II 1 11 h4 Loa A. a Aile. 111 IWIlh V. .....
slam M. Eanea, District Manage Lot 1BIk t. aR Add I. I I. Dlat. Aeroptano. Corp. '.07 Lot .. Bill 11. Lire. Oak II t II Cord Ntlllo E... LII
Lot II'DII.' 4. aR Add.. 2 I' D.rl. Howard L/4 Lot /0. Ft E: 4 W X 100 PtN
for the Social Security Admlnls 9 10 rt Lot II, 11111 7. RR B.lnl I Part of Lot
tratlon at Valdosta Eanes Invites Add II 1 II 8to.llton. S.ulh 1.11 0. :1111 tt. LI*.* Oak 55 5 11 Whit. J. F. E... 414
Lo,. A '. Bill 5. Rft Add II I 11 8w.tn, I. H. '.TI 1% Lot 11. Bib 70, Uvt Oak U t II Ditto Ateeptajio Corp. 14.4T
readers to mall their questions to sic Loti S 15. Bill.. Lot I. Bill 71, Live Oak U t II ..oh..... Albert 4 Albert ....
him at P O. Box 1122. Valdosta FYultlaad Add II I 11 Ud.IL E. V. a 'Ium.r N. .... Lot I. Bill 71, Live. Oak U t II Rohln..... JlmnleMayhue. I IT
Lot 1. 11111 5. F.uJU.nd Add II t 11 W1ll1..... John H. I." Lot .. Bill 11. LI... Oak U t 11 Ernoat 4 Edna lit
Oa. Please do not mall your In. Lolo e. T. 1 I. Bill 1. ,....It. Lot IS. Blk 71. LI... Oak 14 1 II Orlmmac, J. A. R.*. '.7.
quince to this paper.. land Add 21 t 11 W...,. W.bb .... B.. 10 Ft E: o/ 8W Coy Lot51RuN255Pt.C50

Lot 1. Bill e. Frultknd Add n I 54mlth. ..... W. 1AII1. '
QUESTION: How soon can I CAME FISH,SIMILAR TOTH6 III.. LII Ft. S 100 Ft. W 10 Ft to
expect hospitalization under Social ITS A SPECTACULAR ROAMS THS Lot 1. RIk T. .....IU.nd Add 55 t 11 Re-v... ".,... O. 1 Ruth .71 FOB bolnapart of Lot 11.Blk .
STEEIHEAD WHICH UP CONNECTINU Lot t. Bill 10. P'r..IUond Add II 1 I. W..n, Corn.II. ...ITLo' 71, Ll.., Oak 14Ft. 5 II Plumm.r. ....1 A C.: ..
Security? & AND! MIGRATES II..
STREAMS TO SPAWN. IT PUTS UP LEAPINft 14. IS 18. IT 1 U. a.. too FtCI/l nloeNW ILO/
ANSWER: These benefits are I. 01. 8.11 1,11
I LIGHT TACKLE. Bill t Hlld..h and Add II
effective on July 1, 1966 if you IN WESTERN THE COHO AVERAGE Lot 8/. Bill I. Hlld.'h Sod 12,11 104 P''' C/: Ft. N 10.
11 1 II 'u..t, Mt. Inn" C.
are age 83, If you reach age 85 BTOI2 IBS. totr Bill I. Hlld..h Sod
\ ,WITH .ABl.UNTEHEAP.\ .IT )HAS 55 5 II Hollood E..tln. 7,11 t'r..P'O.or: Lot tl, Bill II,
after that Add
date must meet It
you 14Bmr 1 Amtrlr.n Shell H_.. la*. It.ItIt
t\ REP FLESH.IN Lot 1, Ilk 5. Hlld..h Sod 14 Ft E: A II Ft 8 efNW
all other requirements of the law Add II 5 II Ihnl.r. 01.. Nu 1 ........rd ..11
Cor Ut 11 Run 8
at that time. No hospital or "'tI 4 Add a 7. Bill,. HildrethInd II 5 II Smith, 8..t.... .... 100 Ft, E 14 Ft. : 144 Ft. I
W ID Ft to POB BtlniKrt
medical care coverage Is prOvidedfor Lou 54. U. 11. 1BIk IHlldnth ; of Ut 51. Blk Tl.

persons under age 65. Sod Add II 5 II HIII 01. 8.11 'I." O.k 14 5 It A.......... &h.!! H*"***. I... 01
Loti II. 11. U. I7, Bill S.Hlldroth 72. tl... Oak IJ
14 S Ad"I. Lllll
QUESTION: I would like to Sod Add II 5 II Hill Hoop E... t." iOW4hB Ft E A W X 71 Ft .

know if my husband makes over 1'. Lot II. B" '. Hlld..th Ind NI SISF.C., Ut 1,
... ....
II H..I". Will a Willi.
$1200 a year would I still get al : Add II 5 y Bill It. Live. Oak tl 1 II (h..t..... ........ Ann 444lit
Lot 65. Bill '. Hlld..th Sod Lot t. Rill It ..... .A Ut
my checks? I am 63 and he is 62. / Add 51 5 II Robinron Sash H. 1'.11 101 Ft Na as Itt F/

Loti 10. I'. W 11 rt 54. ..
ANSWER Unless "
: get mon- -
you -:: .1.M Lot U. 15e.. 11, U. 11a Lot 18/FICAW/.Ft

thly payments on your own work Nos' lot N. BI" 4, NAB 14 1 11 ........ ByltMtertt .
II. II Xln.... 0... O. 1 B.I. IT.II
; Sod Add B." 141 Ft S of NE Cor Let
record. We must charge his excess \ 1 LHlld /hA
LATE SUMMER THE"CAM i. ; II 1'1' lOr ...d.d .. Blk 1| and ran W lit
earnings over $1200 against the BE TAKEN WITH FLIES PLUGSAND .; 8'..... Hlld..th ... Add II 5 II Lip.omb.b I.... II Cdlk 1111by .... 550 Ft. C115Ft.N

monthly checks you both get. OTHER SURFACE LURES, .A".1 A Lot x 180 FlC Bd tor II Ft te FOB |4 1 1111I... C. J. It..41

QUESTION: What do you FEE WIFE.!'' ON SMELT AND ALS- A.-........ 7thf A.., by .... 8.11/FOCoRNWCor Ut .. Bill It A run 8

mean by registering for medicare LATE OCTOBER THEY ENTER 1 :..., Un.. W b.. Fnalar Add 104 Ft. E: 14 Ft. N lOt
IN Kno.. '.. Lot 2. Bill 1.L.u .. .
,,- FV W 5Pt POB Bolnl
65 get a SPAWNING
am over Loti .old HlldnthSod 'In I. ib II. LI*. ok 14 t It Wi.....
Will! A Cbritm
check each month. I thought thisIs EGW IN GRAVEL BEPS. Ad.. L.... tor 150 DR II t II B..o. .. K. 1.11 B. :t'tf :1 A 114 FtCoeNW 1441

A '....1 0' I.... D. Cor Ut 4 .. POB
all that Is needed. la this cor- ,, lit P 101 Bu on 1 lid.of thtnco 8 lot Ft. K: 44 Ft.
rect? 1th 5t A. NW Cor of N Itt Ft. W-t, Ft tePOB
ANSWER: Partly yes. If you I land ofII Uton Oranlll.II BIb It, Lite Oak 14 I It Se.rty II.... I..." C* 1111
unnln. W .Inns I .1" Be 14 Ft S A Its Ft E': of
are 65 and have signed up for 0'! 7th, A.., 110 Pt NW Cor Lot '. .. POB.
1HIII. A. I. II Coon" 'I."
Th.n.. II 5 Th__. .
your Security you can let A I.ot 110 rt 171 PSI In N111FL W55ytto

hospital care under this new law OF THE NW' Co. 0' Lot A Bill I POB. Rlk Tt. 1.1... Oak. 14 "t.. 0. .
starting In July 1966. But yoq .....nlln. 11 Pt on "h A.. II I II 0..11I.. Milton ''L1/ Lot '. Blk It. U.. O.k 14 t :; %& ....&?' II "
Livestock Market I .. D. /In DK UP" Jell. Gore
must sign up to get medical care Suwannee Valley ''Lo" A I'. Bill B. w..t. Arib C. II tot It Blk It. Live O.k 14 1 II WUIIema./ : Grace Karl ILN ttl

coverage and pay a monthly wood Sub-Div i1 5 1Tow.Nd.... 11.17 Slog Lot II.al NW Silk 1I Cow. U.Lot O.k II A It 1 1It....... Berth. .... .:..

charge of $3. This can be taken Sales of cattle and calves at 75: standard $1375-$1675; Inferior Lots t.: 1, 4. .DI.. Bill D. 55 I II A.II. 1[. I N Ran B' IIS Ft. Ell....
W..twood Towo W
out of the check '.11 41 ft to
monthly .
you get ... 1111r'h
the Suwannee Valley Livestock and utility $1100-11500 POB II.. O.k |4 5 11:11: In.... C. J.It II.t7
If you do not get a monthlY Market were August 11 over Cows: standard and good Bert .10 "t S 0'IIW Cur Bo* lea Ft N of 8W Cor. Ut
up I RunS II
check other "r Nil" 0' 5/Id A Run Ell... N
arrangements wll those of August 4. There were $12.75-$15.00; Utility $1100-$14 IU .... I Ill Pt W _.. 4,57 Ittt .... W tt FV 152*
be made. 210 Ft tor 510 rt to FOB II I II Smith, C Ft te roB, Bib II. U... ,
269 animals sold last week at the 00: few Inferior $7.75-$9.25: Inferior .
QUESTION Lots T 1 '. lilt N. Coli. Oak I ..U.... C. J.
: Will I have to slgrup 55 t II loh.. A. 1 Thoma .111. It II
market as compared with the 148 cow-calf pain $11.25- H.I.hlo ,... Lot T 1 I'W of Lot *' "
for my Social Security just tc I 0115,5 .. WkltM'' Add |4 I It 10""'._. 04....
week. _. .
sold the previous $12.00.Calves. II A. a Th .II
H.t. tt I .....
be sure of getting hospital insurance Lot 4. Sib O. Coli. 1,511.. Llf 411. Bib C, ...L....
Trading was moderately active : 250-500 Ibs, good, ... .DI.. ft 1 1WSBio..., r. W. II.... 1444
? 180021.00; standard $15.00. 54,0 I 1 5, RIM A. Collin ... I ...,. t A 1. Blk D. ..e......
with demand good for the most .. 5 1/ .
ANSWER: Yes everyone over H.Uhl. TAN......uR.rth.l L51Lot. Bub-DIt 14 5 It 011..... Tyrone ....
$1830 utility. 13001525. Lot
part. Slaughter heifers were weak ; 4 A I. Bib D. M.Uod
65 who has not signed up must Calves 125-250 Ibs. standardand I. 5 1 I. Bill 8. Col. 11." ub-DI* 14 I 1MiNI.... .......
A..I L. 441
: II 11. _
and were SOc to $100 high- II.
cows 14 Ft .....
do so. Even if you don't expectto t I.. 15.1,51. 8 oad ef .....
er Bulls were weak to $100 low- good, $1500-$2050; utility, Lot I'. BIk B. Coilan I A 5. sib A. belnc 14
get monthly checks becauseyoU and $1400-$1800r I Inferior I all H.Iht. II I I. Pratt ...n.. ft NI SCITS F4 Ca:
er and only a few steers .1, B" B, Coli... W Bib A. Htndmon Add tl II ..
are still working you will Loti 50 .11 1 ... JamM A. A Ada L, 441
calves were offered.Feederstocker weights $11.50-$15.00. H.lahh II I II Brown. ... .1 L. WS Ut 1. Ilk A. Htadtreon .

have to sign up before you can steers were Hogs sold for the day totaled Lou 10. .111 C. .... Add It 1 II 0._" ..... II...
get the hospital benefits It wouldbe H.Irhu f/ I II Robinson. CMh.rl. Ut |.A A '.A. Rib .. Dow.line .
wise to steady, heifers were steady to 659 up from the 603 auctionedthe All Nil' 0' /W' or IIW" .....? Add 14 t It Twnaad. A rile 1[. 45e
sign up before you go $1.00 higher and calves were previous week. W 0' W.I..... I.. 1I.ln. Ut I. Bill II. Dowlln Add 14 1 II..*. CI,... V. A .....01 5,75
to the hospital so that all )'ourpaper. C port of III" 71 tl I I. Tae ..od. Arlie' K. I Bt* at BE: Cor ef NWH' ..
about steady with spots $100 Prices paid for kind and by ... 11.11 NCIR..W451Pu:
and records will be in or- Add .1 I I. ho5.. M. L LNLot.
higher on weights under 250 lbs weights were as follows: Lot .. R" S. II.t. NIIIh.1/N/t, 1111hrP05.La..IAI.
14. Sib D. II. .
der.QUESTION Sixty per cent of the supply Mixed grades barrows and Add U S II D..'., Mar, E... II." SB: Cow tl I II.... RobertIt U.
: will hospitals cleared to feeder-stocker accounts gilts: 180.210 Ibs. $3370; 210- '. Bit D. 110.. A parMl ef Und ... m DBItl
know I have medicare? Ld/ IS I II D..I., Mary L1. .... P ITI Alee h.... aa

ANSWER You will and thirty. per cent of the total 240 lb.., $23.95; 240-370 lb... $23- Los 5. Bib 0L.15tFLSI.t. Let 4 tl I .......... Corky ....
: get a special were calves. 05: 160.180 Ibs, $2300.; 140-160 .. Add 11 I II .11... II 1.17LAdA 15 of ru, .f NE: medicare Identification card II 1. Bib PI 1110.. ., NEI4 tlNWVi I 1On... Jab R. A
animals sold follows ibs.. 22.75; 120.140 Ibs., $2000; ft 5.1... CMbrM. Cat. ION Fy.o.117
Slaughter as -
which : :: I ef lit" ef NIL 14 1 It Aedmee. BebortII
must :
you use lust like any 1.:1 Add tS Tllim.. Lk.M Cot. 1151 t IIII
RIM P. 11.1.
80-100 .
other Insurance card when you by kind and grade: 100.120 Ibs, $2000.; Los .. RIk P. 51.1. Ad51 I 11 ,.10,... 1.-1. ..., A parrel ef land lit Ft E: .Awbrlt.PP41S4w .

Steers: one standard $1075; 1920. BI" Q. .1... Add II I 11 M.... W. A.. I
Lot .
go to the hospital. If you sign up Lo.... 551Lstt I. DB III P III II I Itey General Om54.41
utility $1575-11800: cutters, Sows: 180-600 Ibs, 20.30 A LM n* ... In DB Ill P

for additional medical coverage 13001450. $2180. de 1' '. 11111 Q, ...t.. II I II H.... CO'M.... E... ..... 414 14 I II 1..._ Colds: A Alberta. 1144
you will use this card in the same Lot I. Bib '. IncrnaM ..
Heifers $1625-$20 Boars: $1400-11455 N K Lot -'III 14 pmtt It S II 0461.. Loa ..._
: standard. Lot I ....1 L. II Lo. > '.tI
t way for these services. and U. SNo. ...: Add Ii' I ',1 hIt ndL, JaAs I. Ut .. Bib n.I.'r'Wo Re. ., ...
00: utility $13.00-16.25; overfills Feeder pigs: medium I .1 '"\i.: .. .
QUESTION Is Social 4 Bib I. I" tl .. D. A EdltbII 141III
: Security down fo $1200. 3. under,75 Ibs..822.00.I2I.ool] 1lae. 1.Lo. .5'f\ t WIIII ma. Je. III' fit4tl. Bib II. I........ ...
going to pay my doctor bills too? / U. AcNo. Lot I. Sib T. Air II. 1 II Hda_ C.th. _. .... 111 pl... 14EH I ......, Geerc. K. Jr. A
;; 73-110 Ibs. $111 00-123.00: si51.4.
standard .
Cows: one $1700 B .'. BarbaraII
ANSWER: Not unless you buy ; Lou 51 I IHohn... aeh. ..... Lot: 1154L001i.
utility $1400-$1650; cutters 3, 110.140 Ibs, $1950-$2300.; Add : Ut I. Bib II. InclMld
the medical cost coverage 515 Y. Ad 11 I ........
provided Lot b F. A M. L. 1.11
by It $13.00-$15.00; earners $8.00- culls under 80 Ibs, $1000-$187S .: Add 11 I I' P.eal'. I.h. It. 115Lt A parrel ef bud do* m DB

lay. you do payments $1160; shells 5001875. I. alb V. ..1.... Aid II 1 II A..._. Ikon 10111. ..U 111 P 144 tl I II Barely .... $...! c. IttlIII
toward your medical costs will be boo .load dM '. ORB
NSA' LS 1. RIk W. A
handled for the government by a Bulls: cutter and low utility Automation Not New 1fl. Slot. Add. W.. I U WUIIe.. C.B..e .... rp.I': : 54 I II Crew*. L. L. A EdltbIt ,

1300-$15.7S; canners $9.00- hM 1. 811 W, .laus 1 III h LM 5S..lh U..
third party probably some jn- 1'1. II I II Will..... 300 L14 Oak .. II t ...... *. Callle.. ....
$11.75. Automation a 20th-century byword II t 11 A....... c-..... C. 11.11 Will Jowl
surance company you already Calves: good $1900-$2000. ; goes back nearly two centunic. I Lot 4 t."/ 1 e.o5/:.II AddW. The W 44 Ft .. 8 IM FtU4 1411
know and in much the same way I/ I II .. I tt. Rook U... OabBubDl
II. Add A.A/1s yN
standard $18.75-117.00 utility .. In 1747 an entirely auto- ....
as these private companies now ; tl I II Barely Ml.. I..... Oa.. lilt
114.00.$111.00. matic flour mill was set up outside II:' ddLot 1. B" W. .I.to. Tb.C/IFt.05111: rtU4
work, t/ I II R' aahs 1 ....... 44. Roth Ll.. 0.5SubDI
Feeder-stock animals told as Philadelphia. From the mo- ..., II I II Grwi.Uk. ('.,. A Deri tilt

follows by kind and grade: inept grain entered the continuous Wk tat .. Ilk W. ..... Tb.CIICI.1U1/0h of.U
f 11 A..._. I.brt NNLt
II I. ..
41. Bwatb U. 0.
Steers: few low' good $18.75- process plant until it emerged Add'. "III X. .1.... Add II I II heat I.... ,... 15.44 Bnb-Dt tl ITW as J...._ I T..4

f Subscriptions 2000; standard, $1525-$1875; II flour no human labor was re- Th. tor 111 PI .111 5. Blot." I ;; :..' ,. I ... tit
II I II A. ..., ...... .. w 14 h.0 t IH rv
utility. $1100-$15.25 mostly quired. A' .... 1.11tO' I.M tt. loath Ut Oak

Suwannee DemocratNEW $14.00 upHeifers, Sib 0. lella..n.. Bvb-Dt tl I II 0... FVaah A alt. 55.21
II I II M. ... Io. .. a Tbe W IIF1dlilSVS. ,
1/ few good $16J5-$17.- Cotton i U not heat sensitive. .. r *
: .... I.. LN Ut tl. Beelb U.. Oak ,
SUBSCRIPTIONS 11111 O. ....1..... .... II. t II Snrety Ml*. Iet.V c. .....

Listed below are new subscriptions LAd:' II I II MrI.llI' Io.a 1. a 1,11 Let".00- Jib F, ...... U.* 14 I II TII_ ws..I: I. L 1111

and subscriptions renewed ?4000LN.tk. III" A. HII...." Lot .. Bib a. Ooff Add 14 I II c UoOP. L .. ....
Lot II ...... "...1Io I." t
to the Suwannee Democrat II I U<* I. 4. t, 11. lib
August I .. that th. l.ll.wla d..rib.d kale. murk 11..1 ? I II 1'......
: "I. I Add tl .. Arne K.It .
: = : :: .111 A. Ooff a
I 8 to August 13. will. b Nt e..al duo uas ,..,. s .pp..le. r sb Lt. .. 1A. I 1On1. 5.01.. Do... ..... a"5.
.. ....,.... with. the. ..l .I s..h. ...). ..d .....11.1... wal M ...4 et Psblla .1i, II III
II .
J. C. Miller Wellborn ::.11... T.......'. /.'t..br I" INs as ... .h5.. M 10.00 A. M. M .... City H..I. LMam 11 i.lIl... A. I" LN Let II. Bib 4. c... ..
Mrs. John Fink McAlpln a..r r 1h.. Cloy ., U.. o.k r ........ c....... I.... ., ,....... Hs.phnlo 5ub Dl II I U YBI.q Bide Add 1/.r I Jeata.. Charito' Lit
1 t I S elk' .. H.- 14 II. II. II. Bib .. Car.roll
6 Jesse I. Deese Br. Delray Due.IPTION nc.TWP. RGL. No\MI AMT. tAt ;. ....D II I U ..U.... .W 1. ,. u.Lo Be. aid Add 14 t II J... CkerHeIt t.1I
ski..5 Pub Rd .s 1. 515 5. H..'....'. Let 14. II. 14. Bib ,. Cow
Beach Ihl i1do s.' 5 I I/O CI 5,5.01wl II I IahaH.. "',11I..' a bolt L5. rail ... Bid* Add 14 I ,... Cbarit a ....... ....
Palatka High School. Palatka N 0' I II,. of I'll4' : of 5. H..'....,. L*r I. a. II. II. II. A 14.BUI .
: 'DII II / II 55.11... 5..1. all t. Liberty Melfat 14 SLee. II Tienlad. Arit L
a.. ti is. .
C. W. .
Donaldson. Lakeland
C5 'ho W. m 5 H... .7.r-: ......
Ft. C LM. a 5SIk ....
I' Raymond Key, MiamiSUBSCRIPTIONS 100 r. II .oo Pt to rOB It i 1MM Ilo.. a.t. a ph.:. lob:Dlr II I + II ....... Sissy. 1 I A .. Bib' II. Liberty
515 5 Hs.uphty .- Metcbt 14 t Ti.ia.ia4. ArNe t.
11,11 15S. ;
t"t.=: I II any. __. lti.r. iii.Thom. .
RENEWED; I ... .tortinl .t LW Co, : iiiNumpAnp. II : .. 141n
; O.la. LI bin.. ISO I. II 1 II ... Asrlk 11. MIA5..W: 14 Ftwe.FtIiNPt.SN .
Live Oak Junior Woman's Club 145 by SOS tLaWS 5,5-DI+
11 .. .. SIId
Add 11
L. O. 1P .SSAA.d..InDa. It 1 II H..llt.. I. ... 5 1101..... 1,11 ies: ::..sly llIlh.f} C.rral r- Add /I I N = F1.1 ::. Pt r rot $4 I II .......... boo Mr. ...,

J. Tom Moore L. O. I tI '4 1. RIk It Camll ... IS w Nt" *f 4,;
vJi.Aor.t WV .gao'l P .dlAt /1 I II rod. WI9la .w t, .0 51041 8.. W

V. B. Baker Rt., L. O. his It 1 II Dun.w.y. ...... a ...., ..... L 11111 II. Carroll Add II IMRI.... I" Rot ..... t1Ft.a1..h INFLM

Orep Johnson Rt., L. O. B.. .t In: Co, ., .1\4: ofs5.14 LOS 5. Ilk, It co..1I AU II I 11.r' 105.,0.0. J.M.la 1 .... Coma,144.. It. te Make POS 14 .... 14 I 'II.. Greta. Norman A A eat* 1.11

p W. R. Bailey Rt., L. 0 /'W 540.I ;:.for 5 S IOri"tt P05 h Lo' 11515. III. c..n I'I" B ., a alabe 4 ... ..... Ref
II' 'WIo_ W 111
R. R. .NwCtied.05104ap..5:
Lemlng, L. O. 5.a a Add
11': t.N"'i. f.\ .. 41 Fl M a POBTbeete
J. C. IC 11K 1 II .1. 111. I .. .
Miller Wellborn s o It 1 II I.rlat, D... 1 Cask 11SCo. tAl.J' II 1OrMH.. .. T. U.Lol'.ll ran t/15KS

Mn. Mae Lancaster Rt., L. O All.P051 .... t of HI: a II. Ilk' 111. f."'"ll 11. rv W tl* FV N II*
0' 5C'4: .r BW4 a tl 1 II N.II I. 511015.10 Cf. .-' 111 rt ** POB t* I II D...4 BUy J. LN
Halley and Co., Branford Bib 111 c...... 1 Lot be* I4t yd* M .. |WCM .
Run W II pd.. a TI p4.. 11/.
A. 8. Dennis, Jacksonville C II p4. N 1540 5.P05 L"l.l. II 1 II Lhh. c........ .... Lt ef r.W1..r.\ and

Apol Weathersbee Branford It 1 1Mops.. Arlo 1115A5,545C.of5W0.h1 "" AU/: 515 111 CanollII 1 11. 0..... Ae... 5.41 ran I tpd.N ., W 144 yde te.

Aaron Buggs Jr. Rt..L, O. N A W hp. R_. I byTool. 1 .. Ilk 1\. C.roo11It : FOB It II '- ...... L n.n
.., I he s. Llns It I II Wllllam. .tt" a- 14.1.wt tAr. 11 .. .Md Ai. 1 S If .... ad M by M..,. R.byB.
J. W, Wallace Rt., L. o.Pollle I PR O.' .f of ...AddL I.k. 1V Cornn... tl S II 010'... L S/t to.by lyee. 14 : I/ := D.sa ....

Jelks. Rt.. L. O. : I.Int 111 r\: a ..... 11. II. 11. 11 It. !5. Let n* NNW DB ".. P Itt 14 1/ L.r u:
... Ce: RlbertK.ait.n
a *
Dr. R. O. Creekmore Brooksvllle WhpsF1.N5S It I II M.nHLlk.l.th. .... :.Add. tl. Ilk IY. II / $1104.144.1 .....,. .... A t.. B

Las"x 5/i paD M a II II t/ Is..0h w tlh: PVSDR
Mn. by rkbkr. W 1., 0..... ; law II, I'k' c..u Add II II -- L.1.. 1111 .
Harry Brill. Cambridge, to 5 ,,,. A .. d. I. DI Lee t .1. .r. AU II 1Ln. Q- Ie_ 5.11Lt .11 P II 14 t 54. 5... a..tIo a r5. u.
Ohio ill P 11 It I II H.... Will a ...._ 11,11 111. 5154I.R. .- '- N.p1 i.IhS.ONI
AlasS..5NIC..f ? II 1 II q.- L.5. S.P 111 -'-.d 115.WINM

f ,14: .f .W" a 11.. W 1.51 S, Ilk1, 5..o Add tl 1 i tInn.. J. 5. : 1111W INa ,.. M PUSIN rv
1lR 411 n. a 1/' no I .lC.NIllVtrP051. : 14 sib 41. a... Ads 11 1 11 .JI.nf.M. IIIAd n tt t II A.A.... ...... 141
.. ,'t', $5 f : AAA Lee W. ., a *4 4t4 n W
1r S pawl 1 0' .ltd N S Iof : t.: t Ilk:= :11.: ::: AN t/ 1 11 .. 5.11t.'d51 IiIIPtI.051C..aI11S

Hwy 411 1' 11 M w.IL' Mk, 111 II 15. .1" U. I Io.SINP., R
sat t, Mean..h.. Add :: 1 1N:Ioh/n./: Whop .. 5 ...... 5.0t1 I 11 1..drh..iw. I ..... iii SNPtW11SF'tW 144Ft

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S In ofI0 Las 1. 515 5. 11 04.. 141L1 .LM Pt I
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II 15. 5..rlp H..10. 6 500 S ol..s W old..4CLN.1SLWSOR 14 FV N 144 n POI 14 I 1Wpa... 100 L a ..... UI
Cot It S I. T_.'.. R.. Mw 411IN Ah.5..u.peneh w
1. 5..rlp Hills Cat It 1 as ''''' I Nil.... .. '1... ro. II I II ...- A....... 1111L ef MB Cent ef tfBM
'l'A-i. I 71Lt /.SI5. 1, .... $4an.WINPtStlePS.
1/. ".....1' HIII. 5.t it 1 II 11I"1'0., ........ I .... II NIal Oak II II t 550.6eAAr L 1 1IIIF'.H554Ptr
11. "......1' Hills Ie" It / P...,. N.k.C II A.... .11 5550i.1 FOB M f 11 ,1- ....... S Lab 4JI4J4
s..lp Hill. Cat 51 1 tl 041. Ae..pM. eo... 1115 .., I'k T. U.. Clak II I I II'f' 0/I 1... I* A 5$. Pmewoed Bee.f .
t.I: I:: se.lp: Hill.::: C.L tt 1 I: Mn.ho1l. .. 0. 1711 5-N 5l5. U. Uw. 0.5 II I. II 1tIUat40 S04. a- .u San >f II....... ..... Carfxtl
Let 11. 11..1, H III. Ie" II 1 11 .....,. ealo.ba. v 15S6IM I::. 5 j 15 IIS U. IAw.5/ T* pde ef NH ef H% ef.
$1. $.... Hili. C.A II 1 11 smith. Ids M. 111Lt Oolr 1 II 51MMt. R.da II no 111 MRV R .. 4, lu 4* n ...... W. M.
11 s.lp Hill. Pal 1 11 I UIIIo 511L.4 .... I.... alt V. u.. 0011 II I II n- INN Lit A __ ef b>ed Pea ta DB 41*

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IIOMi MAKING HIGHLIGHTS I Growing in Self-Discipline ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON AIfM I.....dI.. I Hidden astronomer PlanetSome believe another -

I planet awaits detection. It I

By would lie beyond Pluto, the most !
distant known planet in the
MISS IDA JO HARRISON alt earth's solar system. ,

Home Demonstration Agent t

A very profitable day was spent leu shampoo and rinse. Do not
last Thursday by the educational' use soap This will set the stain. Service Stations Up.

county fair booth chairman, committee If stain remains after the The number of service station
members, and other club I shampoo treatment use a chlorine In California Increased only 3.2per
leaden. These people met with or peroxygen bleach. cent while the number of the
Mr*. Gladys Kendall home Industries This method works well on state's motor vehicles showed a
and marketing specialist, most washable fabrics. To check SB.8 per cent gain. Nevada'i stations
to discuss exhibit ideas. The to see whether the bleach will affect ,-- -- -- were up 136 per cent but
groups have some good ideas and the color test on a seam Lit. w.n.tralMd ctliMM, ChrUtUMtfnuM i All CkrMUuu *r. l..pUl but not Thong fTM if M'l tontkf. last.It. *. Through Cfcrtot .* .M| to Mil M Hoe Its motor vehicles Increased 821:
the exhibits should be tops by the that doNn'allow.. employ ,tho4 MUtnaif a bvond cur .butty U ml*. Oat ... ,hrld omOr i th.m.lre, r .. _ih, kut. at UM MUM time w* .>. cent
Chi..Mlk. ItT*. k..pln( our kodtw In MU> r (trnfU.M lOa to ..... t....,. ,wiuwr Uwt itonftM Ood upliru/ lot llv* t. Owl In HI. rMurrii, I per
time they are put up In the fair cut lto MbjMtkM$ to our .pirttiMjwUla I .sibs. .* opm a. .MnM| to mor4 tltm UM MVM *t UMM .rauM I r Uc 4 I-S. a e
in October. The woman who comes In out .I OortoUiUuM ....;11. ../*.,. .. CttrtMkUuti 10 1JJ4.Pastor's tern .OJrtBu._ 10 M-M. OOLDEM tEXT. Hbrwi It U. Cotton canvas Is number one
Those ham; conferences were of the rain and steps onto a linoleum fabric for eamolni tents.
Mn. L. B. Roberson sr., Mrs. floor recently polished with
Georgia Wethermgton. Mrs. an ordinary liquid polish had I away eventually or develop Into a
Frank Lee, Mrs. 8. L. Nelson better watch her step especially cold. People tend to shy away I
Mrs. H. B. Atkinson. Mrs. Lou- If she's wearing shoes with from any sickness that 1s cm UFF-A-DAY
genla Hicks, and Mrs. Vema Ooff leather heels. tered In the mind rather than
Antioch Community; Mn. R. This combination of floor covering CornerREV. the body, If one of the marriage
L. AllbriUon Beulah Com- type of heel material and partners breaks a leg, this does
munity; Mri. J. B. Taylor floor condition Is hasardous not give cause for separation. If
Farmerettes. Club; Mrs. W J. Recent research from the department one develops tuberculosis, an extended -
Oeorge. Mrs. Leo Thomas and of home economics at RAYMOND WHITE period of confinementand
Mrs. A. W Ward Ladyland the North Carolina Experiment Isolation rarely causes di- ) I
Community; loin Verniel Johnson Station shows that resldlent Minister. St. L...'. EpUeepal Chert. vorce. But we are not willing to

New Harmony Community floor coverings are much slicker : treat mental Illness with the same
Mrs. W. J. Nipper Pine met than dry; linoleum offers lit- optimistic views. We are not even -
In the last few months. I have not seem to have the Importancethat
Orove Community; Mrs. Oeorge tle skid-resistance, and leather willing to admit Its possibilityand
had orcassion to talk to a number was given It by our ancestors.
Klnard Pleasant Hill Community heels are the moat likely to slip. therefore seek some form of ;
of people about marriage: the
: Mrs. Kenneth Christen Five types of heels were tested: treatment.
problems of getting married of listed
and Mrs. Ira Right Rosemary nine types of flooring materials. Many reasons may When more specific chargesenter
married and of getting
Community; and Mrs. Louis Berry '- Friction value of each was compared staying thy two people wish to dissolve the picture, such"aa desertion
un-married. It Is to the latter
their but
marriage basically they
and Mrs. Roger Oaylard on wet and dry polished and non-support, adultery
that I would direct conef'rn.ror .
your do not wish to try and live together -
Wenbom Community. and unpolished surfaces. Crepe and or cruelty the divorce courts are
of divorce
the acceptance
longer. Children In
heels the researchers found offered any required to make the distinction 4w
annulment In our society la Increasing t
the family rarely to haveany
Most fruit and berry stains most protection, followed by seem between, the Innocent and the
every day effect deck
come out easily If boiling mater Is neoprene-cord. rubber and urethane The Biblical understanding of ion. The partnership upon the final.la brokenup guilty I hope that I never have
poured through the fabric while rubber. Among the floor to for In every Instance there are
the family unit as the necessary because of the Incompatibilityof
the stain is sun wet. materials tested. vinyl cork rubber cannot be many reasons why one of thepartners
of human living
core two and distinct
Don try this; though unlessyou and solid vinyls are moat personalities acts unreasonably and
relegated to Old Testament times. each one fearful of 1
know the fabric can take the skid-resistant. violates the sanctity of the marriage -
Is still the basis for a
The family losing his own Identity by givingIt
boiling water treatment. For' instance vows. None of thf'llun be
healthy society because man was to the other,
on some bright, clear colors Speaking of fair exhibits, a not Intended to live alone and he assigned as the fault of Just one J J"J'U
boiling water will remove the meeting' hu been planned for Friday cannot live alone. Through life In One Immature reaction to mar person. When two people agree to oC
27, for' community Ual difficulty Is the cry. -Hewouldn't live their dyes
rotor. If you're not sure sponge August learns about I together M one. ...
the family man relationships Ks r. t.dk.a a..s'
I3 w
immediately with cool water. and educational fair booths Miss outside of meet' me halt.w.,", each one U responsible for, and w ,

Then apply) a glycerine or soap-1 I'Alice Jones, Florida Power and the family.with The others preservation of Anyone who entered marriage be. Influences the life of the other. do the orderinr. Grace will figure<< out tch
irving that he would only have
It one Is guilty both are guilty.
shire of the check
the family group was considered to and Evelyn will
go was sadly deluded -
to be of the utmost Importance. The question posed to Jesus count
To for
hope any type of successful
Today however, many childrenare about divorce that had been allowed -
Following Doctor's Advk Am Offering relationship. between two caJorlttl"I
known by the category" of by Mosaic law was answered
people requires that one persongo In the full knowledge of man's .
which marriage they were a prod- further than half-way. In I
FOR SALEThe uct. The unity of the family does some marriage. It that unwilUntness' to give himself
may mean
selflessly: "For the hardness of '
one Pl'rIOI0 all the way, time .
Chuck Wagon Restaurant Light Company home service representative after time. Marriage. U not a ao10 your." When hearts we was are divorce not able permitted to 4- MODERN

will talk with the proposition and as long as we resolve problems within the marriage ; AERIAL
IN LIVE OAK AND MADISON, FLORIDA group on the scorecard to be used are human beings with sinful w are In fact hardening APPLICATION
In Judging exhibits. Selecting tendencies It never will be.
hearts demands of
our to the our
(5,500 Cash For Either One. theme, displaying. lettering and One seemingly Insurmountable vows, and to the needs and the Spraying' ..Seeding Dusting,. Fertilising f
discussed by W O.
color will be hurdle to successful marriage Is
Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party wads of our partner A marriage 1
Whittle chief state farmers market mental illness. Many authoritieslook
can succeeed only when we are
., and Wilson Sparks, assistant mental Illness 1
upon as a
willing to love In spite of unloft- HOWARD MORGAN
ContactM. manager of the Florida state relative sickness which ls saying, ableneas and to forgive that
Fair In effect, that all mentally .
was .
which ls most unforglveable.Offfe PHONE 32-2018 U.S.
B. KENT, Marianna Those' of you who are chairmen Ill. or at lease subject to It. It a a WEST
or of these booths will be hear may be like having the sniffles LIVE OAK FLORIDA
tug more about this meeting from for a long period that either go ( .....'" at McCrialen'sl
Sons Oak
B. W. Ifelvenston A Uv .
Fred DeVane and me lust keep'
f Broadua Willouchby, Realtor, Madison Friday August 97. open for this F : -i
I meeting.
I Sell Your Tobacco In


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Florida'* Oldest And Largest

NOW,,ear'ro1l114 cewfort 4 v'y Tobacco Market: ,

for every Florida family! '. : i Where Bright Leaf Always Brings More


a flameless REVERSE-electricaircetdill01 CYClE 5 Warehouses-2" Sets of Buyers

3 Groups of Experienced Tobacco Warehouse Operators





: 1 Drawing Friday August 20, 1965-Suwannee County Coliseum

= err At The Annual Suwannee County


Year Featuring

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Now,mem-cycle electric air card tiooing cost M. little 1 ,the beati --

i jug feature II practically a Ire* bonss. Now every Florida family M The Jimmy Strickland Show

can easily afford it Now you family. can join the hwadrsda at M tans w{

thousands who live in. paler, cleaner }some wtere they play, work

std feel better every day m the ,...,. Now you can enjoy the ... MRC M

pint,w.tch.apesd combt f7a1nerlUd.-ao.ons.fog J10ridA seal a

home Beat the.beat (aDd kiD the dull) one and tag a.!Sea jour wa"Y MORE COMPETITIVE BIDDING MEANS

electric air conditioning: cootractor or appCaaet dealer Bowl REMEMBER


----.-...--- Sell Your Tobacco In Live Oak, Florida

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World's Most Beautiful Hotel No. 2 Students. entering the fourth I will also be Miss Suwannee County this system has proven demoralix.
Funeral Services "', fifth, or sixth grades this :year will: preside at the,'award of Ing to the postal employees and
markets in the Flor-
among should report to the Pine View grower prizes and win represent local postmasters, who have had
ida-Georgia Belt. School between the hours of 9:00: this county later this year in the nothing to do with the Institutionof
Held The said the highest
WednesdayFor report
am. and 3:30: pm. on the dates, Florida Crown beauty contest. the system but are carrying
general in the
weekly average specified he said. out orders. I wish that those officials
history of 14 tobacco was
Cade and Williamson who this
Mrs. CroftFuneral are in developed scheme
recorded for flue-cured tobacco
new assignments this year. Cade No. 6 would get out of their offices in
sold at markets in the belt last
services for Mrs. Louise week was principal at Pine View and Oronouski the absurd situation Washington and get out to see
Croft of Williamson at junior high last in just what this scheme is doing
Croft, wife of S. W. Gross sales at the five markets where a piece of mail placed
Route 1, McAlpln, were held at N rX.lr y e ,irr.jrll+jj +'1A in this state In poundage, money, year an office only seven miles from mail service.
CHen St. Mary Baptist Church I and price average for the season the office where it is going, must "Postal rates continue to climbin
Wednesday afternoon at 3::00 I thru last Friday were: No.4 be transported over 100 miles, the name of better service, we
Chlsm and and then carried back are assured by postal officials
with the Rev. George processed
Live Oak 7.173,378 pounds of the Clayland Church are being I
the Rev. Nathan Modling officiating sold for ,799,489 for an averageof Invited to attend the special "The delays in some Instances I that a new plan will mean better
service I
Burial was In Woodlawn $68.91 per pound. and an Invitation has been amount to several days over the service. But we find that when
Cemetery at Macclenny with the Lake City 3.813,198 pounds extended to the general public. old system and I fall to see where the program is put into effect, it
Buwannee Funeral Home of Live sold for $2,834.983 for an average : this supposedly efficient system proves to be universally unpopular
Oak In charge of arrangements of $68.48 per pound has been of any assistance to us with the public and the employees
Mrs. Croft died Monday morning Jasper 3,150,604 pounds sold No.5 at all." he said "and I call on of the postal department
hospital followinga the Postoffice Department to take It's past time for plantltudes. It's
at the local for $2,198,335 for an average of will enter North Florida Junior
lengthy Illness. She was a native 6978. College this :year 17'/a'! years of action Immediately to correct this time that some action was taken
of Jasper and had resided In High Springs 2.967.655 age, blond hair, blue eyes, and situation." "I' call on the Postoffice De-
this county for the past 30 years pounds sold for $2,001,426 for an fair complexion. Fuqua pointed out that rural partment to correct this situation
The deceased was a member of average of $67.44. Marsha Susan Bird. 17 year old carriers who had normally left and for the members of the
the Philadelphia Baptist Church Madison 1,660.847 pounds senior at Suwannee High School. their offices in the early hours, Congress to join me In protesting
here sold for $1,117.744 for an averageof brown hair, blue eyes and fair thereby living early service to this situation. The penalty which
Survivors In addition to the $67.30 per pound. ,, complexion. rural patrons, now often cannot businesses and the people have
husband Include three daughters I Total sales In Florida for the Rebecca Nell Turman. 1965 leave their offices well up in the had to pay for poor service already -
Miss Lonnie Mae Croft and Mrs period totaled 18,765,678 poundsfor graduate Suwannee High School morning. Hours of delay result, are too high and the situation .

Lucille Hlngson, both of Live Oak, which growers were paid $12.- 18 years of age, now employed by and this is compounded time and will only get worse. I wantto
and Mrs. Oeneva Jeffers Jacksonville "fl'i'i ,M1w:M1r N 651.979 for an average of $67.42. the Commercial Bank of Live again throughout the entire system protest In the strongest possible
; a son, Robert L. Croft 1 haa.a I Markets in Georgia selling Oak blond hair green eyes, and he noted."I terms this situation and that action
Cross City, three sisters, Mrs. more than the local market were olive complexion. would point out. Fuqua told be taken immediately to
Rhoda Bishop, Lake City, and i Douglas 8.436,902 pounds Black- Two late entries in the contest the Postmaster General, "that correct it."

Mrs. Molly Strickland and Mrs shear 7887,016 pounds Moultrie tor whom full details were not
Sally Mae Jewell, both of Miami: 7,790044 pounds, Statesboro 7- furnished this newspaper were:
two brothers Abe Register Jasper I 745,566 pounds, and Tlfton 7.- Donna Burton, senior this year
and J. L. Register, Jackson ''eax I Itl 497.159 pounds. at Suwannee High School where ALL NEW! THE BIG MF 17513igbrawnybrainy4.5

ville, 15 grandchildren and two Total sales in Georgia for the she is a member of the newspaper With
great-grandchildren. period were 105081,319 pounds staff the Spanish Club, and the plostrong
Pallbearers were Johnnie Hlng- Il1 k i I for which growers were paid $70- Pep Club. She plans to go to college Pressure Control, a new feature added to the Advanced -

IOn, Jerome Law, Richard Little 909.774 for an average price of following high school and te Ferguson! System for instant! weight trans
Bobble Thomas Leslie Thomas, major in psychology
Ij fer traction with pull-type implements .
and R L. Hall.Feeder Gretchen Howell, who will be a new
+wlrM p senior at Branford High School'' Rapid Coupler for mounted tools new comfort

Sale M I No. 3 this year, who Is organist at the I and convenience ? new power in the 60 HP
Pig port for testing on Tuesday Au- Branford, Presbyterian Church'
class gasoline or diesel. See it test drive it _
shows scale model of the Plaza Hotel gust 2., ,
Upper photo Century la at 8:00: am. and those and who list, a her hobbles reading I
Prices Are Los Angeles' Century City, adjacent to Beverly Hills, California, with names starting 'with S thruZ swimming% the piano, and soon I
High while lower photo shows construction progress at the present time. will be tested at 10:00 am. on sewing.
Designed ty MInoru Yamaaakl to be "The World Most Beautiful
Prices paid at the graded feeder Hotel" the Century Plata will _________________ same day.Registration. Judges for the beauty contest
pig sale held at the Suwannee open In the Spring of 1966 under The ingenious arrangement of for students in will be Mr. and Mrs Bill Malloy ALLBRITTON BROS.
Valley Livestock Market last Fri the management of Western the various levels and entrancesto elementary grades in Live Oak and Oary Frey all of Tallahassee. :!M!
day averaged $2840 per hundred Ipternatlonal Hotels the hotel will make it possible will be at the Pine View School Frey is currently a national director ... ...
pounds with some animals bringIng Only minutes from Los An. to accommodate conventions and and will be held Tuesday August of Florida Jaycees and TRACTOR CO.
aa high as 38 cents per pound, gales International Airport on large or small civic functionsand 23, and Wednesday August 24. Malloy is a past national direct
the former back lot of 20th, Cen yet separate these groups Principal Everett Williamson
said announced -
County Agent Paul Crews, 215 W. STH ST. 362-2381
tury-Fox Studios where once from the individual guest on tor.The
here this week. who
1965 tobacco
here Monday, stood Shirley Temple's dressing most occasions. I queen
Crews termed the sale one of room-home the Century Plaza The Century plaza will feature
the most satisfactory ever held will be a unique resort atzaos* seven restaurants and entertain
from the standpoint of those with here hotel appealing primarilyto meat rooms as well as the largest
pigs to sell. "frequent individual travel hotel ballroom away from the
The pigs offered for sale averaged era" These are men and women east coast Parking for 1,000 cars
89 pounds per head in whose lives and occupation reaulre I is uDder the hotel!, and aa arrtT
that they lire la trace, Ins peat may drive la and take
weight, sold for $2840 per 100 comfort, style and convenience: the elevator directly to his room'
lbs and brought their owners a when they are away from home I without pasting throng the
gross of $12,07900 for an average cm business or for relaxation l bb,.
of $23.30 per pig. JF/
The next graded feeder pig sale No.1 enjoying to accept the job of k
is scheduled for the Madison community building.I .
Plants to process the farm
Livestock Market on September offer this have now spent over 30 years
II 2. The next sale at Live Oak will products we produce following the ups and downs of
county its beat source of small Industrial 1 1t4
be on October 15. plants, for processing demands clvlo work in this.countJ. Today \
said the outlook for
Crews was of effective work Is at a standstill
much larger
a 1
continued good prices for the remainder and whether we like It or not this
the retail dollar than does pro-
of 1965. is the re&lOn1'111 county Is fall FV
1- log behind some of our neighbor.

Fall Fashion Look .' Wise leadership and a willingness Ing counties in growth and .development .-

LOOK FOR new ways with of the part of civic and governmental -
paisley in such color as blue with leaders to assume that No one can or will make us r
red and beige orange with pale leadership will permit this county help ourselves and frankly no -
blue, deep red with white and within the next few years to enjoy one outside of the county cares .__.-..- ,
black, or pale blue and white its greatest growth. very much whether we get up '
Z think the potential is here and go to work or not. > '
The world's highest airport will but know from experience that Whether we accept the challenge : > REQUIRED REODinO

be operational soon atop the &11. only hard work and wise leader- or not does not dim the _
story 808-foot Pan Am Building ship can and will develop that po- bright future and potential that
i'' in New York City the world's tential. It may be we are too satIsfleld could be ours with wise leadership Get Fast Action with
seventh felthest building. j with the good times we are and hard work. /
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Branford PersonalsAnita

Phllpot of Bell U visiting The Rev and Mr*. Bruce
DEMOCRAT Mra Minnie L Fhilpot and Beardsley and family returned
Mr. Lola William this week : home last week after pending
The Rev and Mr. Alton Price the past month vacationing In
and family are spending several North Carolina
day this week In the mountain Mr. Lewis Bell I* a patient in
Of North Carolina Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mr. Leon hatch and where she underwent surgery -

ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1955 VOL 81, NO. 14 Mr. and Mr. Garth Nobles of last week She I iI expected to
Live Oak were bu.IIf'III'llIllon In return home the latter part of
Jacksonville! Sunday this week

Mr. Leo Nerenberg and familyof Mr*. Howard Cheney and family
News From Branford : : I Evanoton. Ill. arc visiting her spent last week visiting relatives
I parent Mr and Mr*. O Z In Clearwater

Jones. Mra Fred Jones. Mr*. Lewis
I I Mr and Mra Frank Norris "1'- Ount,.,. Mr. L. A Sims and Miss
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Ited their son-in-law and dauvhtcr Hilda Jones visited Mr. and Mr*.
Mr. and Mr. Jerry' Cooper Charles Williams and family In
over the meek end Lakeland over the week' end
Miss Esther Jones Bride-Elect Feted Football Pmc/icf At Paul and Alton McCall andScott a
I Ware returned home Tuesday
lirtmfortl Start Man.
after spending a week at Rending Tens Set For
At Branford Tea Friday AfternoonThe Football prectlcdat BranfordItlgh Rustic Camp at North Florida
School will begin Monday I, Itnmfort l"t Cruders

home of Mr. Fred Jones o'clock."Among the out of town night A.,.., SI. at 7.M: p.m., nee Methodist River near Camp Mayo.on the Suwan- Children entering the first

in Branford waa the setting for guests were Mr. T. J. Dixon and Coach Foster Sheppard an- Mr and Mr. T. A Hitch had grade at the Branford School
afternoon honoring Mir Lucille Dlxon Ocala Mr noanccd thla week. Boy In moot. lake a trading readiness
a tea Friday of a* Sunday dinner meats A. D
MlM Esther Jones. bride-elect of J. J. Ltpsey. and Mr Foster Shi trade nine thru IS InterestedIn Courtney and Mint Pauline l Hatch lest Principal Clarence T. Terry -
August. Mr*. Lewis Ounter. Mr. Smith of Starke. Mr*. Henry playing football should report of Wllllnton. MIlS Allle Evans of said this week.Students .
W E. Smith and Mr*. Jones wereho.telll8 Cornell. Mr*. Maths Coleman for practice at that time Crams City, and Mr*. KinellPlanton who** last name
Annoanvement was aloe begin with tile letter' A thruthe .
for the occasion and Mr*. Leo Melton of Lake and children' of Bran-
On a table at .the entrance of City Mr*. Leo Nerenberg. sister made that a doctor will be al ford (alter M are being asked t*
the home WM an arrangement of of the bride-elect, and Miss Sherry the Branford School nnt r-pnrl on :Monday August SI, I
Thursday. August 25. at ItJO I* lake this lest Thou whose
mixed seasonal flower A pint Felder of Evanston 111. I I II r
and white. color scheme wa car I am. for the purpose .f giving .MetluMli Vacation surname* ,begin with the letterN I
The coffee I physical examination t* all thru Z will report Tuesday,
rled out In decorating
table In the living room held an Miss, Ware Annul, ooys Interested In participating 1 School lault 1 FridayThe August SI, for the trot
la sports al the school this Student* wishing to register
arrangement of pink gladiola: t'a vacation church school
Conference At Lakeland ,. I r for the
yea fourth fifth or slithgradea
and caladlum leave The dining which wa held last week at the
table was covered with a white I I Mia Peggy Ware daughter of It was also aUted that boy Methodist Church In Branford should report either
imported linen cloth. Centeringthe Mr and 1.11'1. W 8. Ware of w.. d. not take advantage af ended Friday night with a ..1W'fI.IIlt'OIr.m T.-..-, August 21. or Wednesday. -
Branford attended' Bishop Con. this opportonlt- will be repair I Aagusl S3.
footed In
table wa a milk glass I the church nctu-
dish which held a tiered' arrange.punt vocation In Lakeland Tuesday ej t. aecare a physical eiam I '.. Hours are from 0er: ......
: through Thursday of last week al their own eiprntAMiss ryAH nlll tae p.m. Terry advised
of pink gladiola and fern see group participated In
While them Ml Ware stayed a a aalladhhnaincrea4e.
on the top tier were three wedding the program of the KhnolMri. .
I the of Florida Southern 1
bella and pink candle. Milk on eampu W U Hill was director of (
glass compotea of nut and mint I College. .Johnson ToWed the program and was assisted by Although caladlum have been
and tray of assorted sandwiches A/ ws MU Barbara Miller, Mill Jan,., irown In Florida for many years

and cakes were ao! placed on the Card Of Thank Paul Maslin .. Johnson m.nn._ kirs.' Or._'_"ham_00. Oa.n. It wa not until 140 that the Industry
table. I We. the family of Mack Hunt, MlM Elaine Ortfnn, Miss pt began to expand
On the buffet' wa an arrange wish to express our deep gratitude WOIKINO ON IfACI OXYGEN MOWIM-PltUburgh, Pa, Parker, Mr. W 8. Ware MlMIVttv There are now almost! TOO acre
ment of pink gladiola and fern for the beautiful floral arrangement ere and Mr. Robert C. John- engineers pave unveiled an oxygen recovery system which Ware. Mr*. A. M Parker devoted to caladlum tuber pro
the arrangement featured two *, the food, the card,'I ton of Branford announce the astronaut may us* la solving th. all supply problem oa and Mr*. Wilson Hunt. durtton
killing angels. Silver candelabra the visit and most of all for your engagement and approachingmarrlaga long apace night. Harry II. Bhtrwtn. of Westinghouse R.* The dame shared what they
bearing pink candle were at each prayer and word of kindness of their daughter Carolyn earch Laboratories. I* working on a fuel cell which convert I had learned during the week at
Retina to Paul Msslln of
end of the buffet during our great lot*. Oalneavtlle wt water vapor and carbon dtoxld ejected by the program USE

Alting with the serving wa May Ood richly bleu each of The wedding will be an event of the lung back Into oxygtn. The WBCS served refresh
belles Hilda Jone Forming the ment
you Saturday August 21. at 4:00
receiving line wa Mr*. Fred Mr*. Mack Hunt pm. I FUCO
In the First Baptist Church of Branford Class Anniternury HereplionFor .
Jonas who received the I'Uf'IU.nd Mr*. Betty Lou MOM couple.!
presented them' to the bride- Mia Vivian Hunt Branford Heuehe4 IMunncil Host and hosu>.iie* for the observance Brand
A will
reception follow In the
elect and Mr*. O Z. Jones. mother Mra. Chryl Mellette church annex Holds Reunion Mr and Mr*. Willis! Beach of will be their children
of the bride. Mr*. Janet Moae the IWachvllle community will be Mr and Mr. Walter L. Beach t
Around fifty guests called between Michael| Hunt The graduating clan of It" honored Sunday afternoon August > Mr. and Mr*. Martin Beach. and InsecticideFOR
the hour of four to U*. Mo Donna Oail Hunt Third Son !. Horn from Branford High School held 29 at a reception from 3.00pjn Mr and Mr. Calvin C. Hemp
Its annual claw reunion &&ur- until 1:00: pm. at the Beach hill of Oalneivlll
To Jerry Coopeni day afternoon at Ivy Memorial) vtll Advent Christian Church. All relative and friend of the BEST
For The Beat In Mr. and Mrs Jerry Cooper' announce Park The occasion will be th golden family are being Invited to call RESULTS
the birth 01. 101on Member present were Leon I D. wedding' anniversary of the during the afternoon.
ROOFING. Tuesday, August 10. The baby Hatch of Stanford Oath Noble --
CALL COLLECT weighed seven pound, 10 ounc of Live Oak David Bamett 01

STANDARD ROOFING es.Mr. Cooper will be remember Jacksonville and R. A. .Mclnnl T J. Fletcher bf OBrle Jr .

and rd M the former' Margaret Norrts. Mrs. Phillip YooVr of Tfcvarva.Mr .. { \
daughter 'of Mr and Mrs Frank" *. Fay Mini tan of Gainesville : :
r SHEET METAL, CO. .__ Norris of Branford. Mr.. Cooper Mrs. Lillian Trrry of hake City 4 r meriCa : sea ...
111 So. AahUy St._PI. 244-2 48 t* the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pet and Mr*. Marlon (Parker of Bran ,
Cooper of Sorrento, and former .
SrfMATEsVALJXJSTA'S: BEST ROOFERS BONDED resident of Branford ford.A ptcnle supper wa tarred I 14 ; .... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ...
The baby join two brother the class member and their faml-

Joey and Jerry Cooper lie*.
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And Activities From mIllma Muqas and Skeeter .

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Activities In swimming, baseball All players In the three leagues BUT...
arts and crafts, as well as operating this summer, coaches
Center functions are nearly com- and sponsors, are asked to be at
pleted for the summer season. the Center at 1:00: pjn. on Friday -
The Sunday baseball team won for parade position lineups.
its final game 15-0 over White
Springs. Playing for the dance Saturday -
Play In the Little League, the night from 8:00: p.m. to 11:00: dI
Minor League, and In Pee Wee pjn. will be the Dark Horsemen! / I
baseball has been completed. III
The arts and crafts depart Football games will be part of .
I ment Is concentrating on posters the fall program at the Center.
I for the parade. Teams will be organized from
Friday's tournaments fifth and sixth graders and from YOU? K D ,i
with a bowling meet at which seventh and eighth graders. RUlHS FAMOUS SANK' KIDI + oMYoU TWITGAYE ME THEfr
Robert Stamper and Richard Oames are to be played Satur- MOUND ? JUST Kam' RABBIT PUNCH /
Sullivan shared first place. Lex day mornings on the outfield of DUEL ? DEFENDING a' tT1R EASTER? r '
Lanier and Wayne Corbin were the baseball diamond at the Center By BOB SUDTK hors ( MYSf1F! 1!
tied for second with Hal Lanier THE: ALL-TIME great -lug
and Mike Nobles sharing the Boys desiring to play are askedto ger pitched against the all-tlma
third place slotSwimming sign up at the Center. The great pitcher Walter Johnson
eight times from 191 -1911.Thre. .
games will be under specific rules
and will be supervised to reduce of Ruth's conquest were
pools in the city will chance of Injury. Tackling and by 1-0 scores, the others by 2-1.
close at the end of activity on 6-1 and 43. Johnson won the
off the feet blocking will not be
Sunday, August 29. last two, one In 10 innings, .-3.
The city pool swim meet will and the last, 6-0.
begin Saturday, August 21, at Slit by Icing r.tuni Syndicate
Passing/ the Junior life saving
10:00: am. All age groups will be
course were Dewey Pournelle,
Included In the event. Registration -
Patricia Poole, Charles Balsden,
will start at 9:00: a,m. and Sharon Poole. Dt atro Return Ice Floes Noisy I current, the Ice builds into a pres.I|crumble onto the Ice below with Combine 1 quart apple
Kenneth Poole and Carlton De From Extended Tour sure ridge. Huge blocks rear 40 I I'devastating force. 6 tablespoons lemon juice,
Arctic floes make an eerie,I I to 80 feet Into the air. Minutes a a
1/4 grenadine Jwee'l
Big event for the Recreation Loach were successful in passing and Mrs. Earl DcCastro cup syrup.
I cracking sound. As they grind together later, this structure, Fuzz from cottonseed Is use'd in lemon
Center this week Is participationIn the; senior life saving course and returned home Friday after an seemlnl'l I Serve with slice in
I the grip of wind and .
the Tobacco Festival Parade te t.TEC extended camping out tour of the ; tough as steel may making synethetlc fibers glass. Makes 6 servings.
western states and a. iiignt ilawall. '
d son In and Hawaii daughter-in-law they visited their Sp/ Demand

and Mrs. John DeCastro. Specialist Repeated By Popular
It\'ar\' DeCastro Is stationed at
Schofield Air Base. While there
\ t3RACE RSELFDRILLINGenereir! It .? the two families visited Kilauea
Military reservation which is

near Hllo, Hawaii. Back To

Jl y\lift)\{{ t BORING) ? V Union Florida on March was admitted 3, 1845; to seceded the School"LIVE

\ ?''A' M \ In 1861 and was re-admitted In
FLUTES 1868.
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teal,,i, AWAY DRILLINGS Card Of Thank "LIVE OAK'S Fashion leader" PROP RTioN'FABULOUS ED
IDd1 SOAD'IRYIYSXRR1W I would like to thank each and
I every one for your kindness
SHARP POINTS ARE I SPUR POINT shown to me through cards, vista '
USUAUY FOR FAST FOR WOODPENETRATION flowers, prayers, and especl-
CARBIDE TIP ally the doctor and nurses who

TWIST.FOR.METAL.WOOD: .:, .. was In the hospital and since 1
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Every Body Dees It Examples Can -oAN NUNXDIMP

I $MK/ $ 0 5 er.eriolt I 4'aY I For S l-.-R.al Estate

Get Children In Deep Troubles iJPPO

a I'Nny 103 acre farm near Plnemount -
(Editor' Note: From time to When he was 10 he took his I SO acres or more of good cropland.

time there appears In weekly first summer Job at the big mar 1.73 a. tobacco allotment 24 a.
newspapers with whom we e.x-? ket. His assignment was to put corn base house pump. barn

change articles of Interest that the overripe tomatoes In the FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS all fenced. $13.000 terms.
have a good moral lesson or advice bottom of the boxes and the good _
that If followed would make ones on top. "It's o.k., kid." the I Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
14 ft.
FOR BALE fiberglass
life easier and more enjoyable. manager said, "everybody does LITTLE ADS deluxe model Jensen boat 12 FARMERS RIVER
MONEY for your farm opera.tone
The following appeared recently .
: horse motor. $100 overhauled REALTY
at reasonable COlt Terms
under a heading "It's O. K. Son, When he was 18. Johnny and BIG RESULTS I
1fig 407 St.
JuDG$5" Must sell. First $300 Leo to fit your needs. Loans up to
Everybody Does It", In the Perry a neighbor applied for a college ;: Thornburg. SMnhatchee Directions 7 years Call North Florida Production Farm Bureau Bldg.
News-Herald. We think It worthyof scholarship. Johnny was a marginal FAMILY AtiuM CO'RAOI BUT-SELL-EXCH.INGE : at Postofflce. Credit Assn. 8. Ohio I Phone 382-1928

reprinting for there is a good student, his neighbor was In Iivi, aa.u.v l .i E, M'psAt Whatever the purpose yes will\ pcJJ 12-14 Ave" Live Oak. Tel. 383-358S. I WINSTON J. ROGER Realtor
sound lesson In it.) the upper 3 per cent of his class find Democrat classifieds doth c abc-tf Specialising in Farm Ss: Acreage

When Johnny was six years old, but he couldnt play right guard. : rJ0A 1 .. DO _a Job. quickly and well. ORAIN BINS Butler grain Sale and Loans

he was with his father when they Johnny got the scholarship "It's t4l1tOl. S P tviMA4 I"T..a1 $ bins: and drying equipment Cal VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP I

were caught speeding. His father ok..N they told him "everybody N..T, ,T.S 4'r DEADLINE FOB INSERTION T. C. McCall 93S-4302. Branford Machine, machlneless, and cold
handed the officer a $i bill with does It"When. 1MaR' Oveasee.. C.aaIY R n4AaSsGOV. Fla. pdJJ 10.11 wave permanent given. Ope FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
SiOt FJH. TuesdaysLOW
.his driver's license. -It's okey he was 19. he was approached CITY, I\\ ,NIt.q.t FOR SALE .: K ft boat, 30 hp raton Annie H. Mills, Myrtle I AVAILABLE:
son." his father said as they drove by an'upper clansman Mills Elaine Webb, and For Information call or see:
motor and tilt trailer, $5SO
off "everybody does It". who offered the test answers for RATE FOR RESULTS!i Mary Drew Boatrlght. Manicurist PAUL A. BYRD
cash. Call William Nix Jr., 3112--
When he was eight, he was permItted $3. "If o.k.. kid." he said ".v- 3H cents per word, with a 2363. edJJ 12-1S Ruby Sanford at Annle'i I 408 8. Ohio Ave
at a family council presided erybody does It". Odd Fact each Thursday, Friday, and Live Oak Florida
over by Uncle George on Johnny was caught and sent Freak weather condition mlnlmnm of 1.0*. FOR SALE: Used Phllco \T Saturday call tl Phone 383-118
the surest means to shave pointsoff home In disgrace. "How could caused fun-allaftnr cowboys on (All classified 811&11 e paid ta table model TV set good workIng oU

the Income tax return "It's you do this to your mother and aa American show seen on TV advance) order Priced at 130. C. D

ok. kid" ills uncle said "every. m.'" his father said. "You never tn London, England to speak Starling Stanford, Fla. call 14 ANY TYPE
body does If. learned anything like this at much when BBC picked up ONE WEEK FREE HORNE REALTY CORP.
When he was nine his mother home. ilia aunt and uncle were the sound from a.. French sta Classifieds ordered for fife FOR SALE: Registered PolledlI.reforda. LJ- : BRAvm omcE
took him to his first theater pro also shocked flare week, nn the last week free Bulls and heifers! << 10 sit W. lUward M.
duction. The box office man If there's one thing the adult $!... will pay for a tl word to 15 months old. R. B. Bryan WORK ': GEORGE B. DEES

couldnt find any seats until his world cant stand It's a kid who advertisement for fin week Madison Pta pdhj 13-17 DONE Aworlil*

mother discovered an extra $2 in cheats t Household Hint Use 8.>wannee Democrat Classifieds FOR BALE!: Horses and Welsh Phone> 362.1688
her purse. "It's o.k.. Son." she Window sills com clean for Proven Remits. and Shetland ponlea. Call 382 Granite Marble. Bronze
said "everybody doe It". effort if Phone 362-3333 NICE BUILDINO LOTS
with little or no you 3025. caJJ 13
When he was 13 he broke his Harshaw Granted give them a coating of wax ta< LIVE OAKMONUMENT 1/2 sere 3/4. or I acre tract
school. Ills m FOR SALE BALE tnetsiT About 1 miles from town
glasses on the way to protect the finish and make it FOR All << ramp
Aunt France persuaded the Insurance possible to wipe oft rate and FOR SALE New and used: trailer 6' x 10'. Electric wiring, CO. Good hard road location.

company that they hadbeen PHD Degree dirt quickly. plane Frier Music Co. Noel, state' Inspected. New tires Nosh Homer Sanford, Rep. I Good terms
stolen and they collected: 381-3188, Edmondson 624 NE Hamilton
Ohio Are, Lit Oak
$27. -It's ok., kid." she said. William Frank Harshaw of rail U, Street paJJ 14 ----- :1 Bedroom<< Home Ideal! Location

"everybody does It". Live Oak was awarded a PhD degree HEW INO MACHINE nSTERDON'T WOO Terms Available
When he was 15 he made right last Friday at the spring trimester Odd Fact FOR BALK Foutan and Pioneer
guard on the high school footbaU of the l$M-es academic Alter h. mad a record ssy chain saws, parts and service WANTEDWANT 80 Acres Cut Over Woodland

team. His coach showed him how year which closed August IS at tog "I divorce the. I divorce Logging supplies, hooks, clamps,, SINGERand About 10 Mile From Town
to block and at the same ume the University of Florida th*.. I divorce the", which h* bows, bars, and chains. Repair TO BUY Hardwoodlogs all other makes rebuilt her 11.000 1400 Down
grab the opposing end by the Degree were awarded 1.044 sent to his Arab wit. la Aden. for most small gasolln engine. or stumpage hone Indus New and Used Machines Good Terms On Th 1I.lanc.oU
shirt so the official couldnt see students at the close of the trUmetser. a Moslem residing In Sheffield, 'rye,'. Saw A Engine Service, tries Inc. Phone 303-1011. Needles Oil Parts

It.-It's ok, kid. the coach said England, married a local girlIRIOYINO formerly Electric Service Co, PdJJ 11-15 734 Drown St. Live Oak Fla

"everybody does It". Graduates this month will be MS Fib St. Your small engirt WANTED Small tractor wltn Phon. 362-2744
honorel at the annual commencement -._ headquarter can U 43" mower Phone 383-3293 TRAILER OWNERS
exercises to be held at "I't ,.. '. .Iit ", "', tf Mrs C. C. Travis. Manager LOTS FOR SALE:
/VoAH/MuMSKUlt the University next April. FOR BALK: AH sixes of tarpauUlns. caJJ cbejU GOOD TERMS. Priced 1193

Harshaw 1s a graduate of Su- guaranteed not to leak WANTED FROM OWNER OUTSIDE: CITY (but close Ink
wso.e s res5 OUA wannee High School and a frequent : Otis Brown Motors edJJ U Small place small house, good< HEARING: Abe m-BATTERIES can "PAUL A. BYRD Realtor

visitor to the city n j ----oTltO- well water, pasture, one cow, obtained al Cheek's Drug 401 a Ohio Ave.
SALE 100. '70. -
r FOR wall tires. All outside town. Quote price Ill W.Howard St. edJJ 11-11 Live Oak Florid
11 new white --- -- -- --
term, AIM lowest cash F. Phone 381-1J89
premium or first line. All full price. DANCING SCHOOL opens Aug I
Cnvrral I frail LookA 4-ply Some slightly\ blemished R. Campbell Box 280, Lock- 30 If your child has not been etf

covered head look for fall. In 'I"': Ill $5 plus state tax federal hart Pta pab 14 previously enrolled pleas bring
more of the scarf hat already< rI tax Included. No exchange WANTED--- ---------Three-bedroom him or her In for a placement FOR SALE
popular In Indian-style turbans. audition. Martlynn Bird School
needed. Barber's Service Sta
house. Will rent lease. Need
or Two-bedroom home and J. acre
In Jersey scarves wrapping the Uon. O'Brien. 93S-J4JS. Good of Dance, 111 Striven 81"phone
Immediately, Call 383-3S3S of land 144 ml. trim Live Oak on
head and neck 1* predicted.'
382-3XI. pbcb U"LIVE
D PAR toAg_ Pavo as long as supply lasts call It Highway tl, Ideal for small family
cud tl ..
ogeR wA aFAON 4 Manager"Trainee-; that want. country living
NaMdaas Floating Evening Gown Following" my doctor's advice am Due to company wide expamlnn OAK NEEDS A Priced to sell with ea.y terms

Gaovaa GAYSoRoOrxANOO The new trend for romantically > offering for sale Th Chuck Calls' needs aggressive men to Ready for occupancy,

itA._ floating evening gowns, swslhed Wagon Restaurants In Live Oak train for managers position, CAR WASH
In ostrich boas, bordered In swans- and Madison: Fla ISAM toe r Must have high school educe I Two-bedroom CM home In good
teAQ NOAHA down, or Jacketed an Jeweled embroidery either one Can finance on*-, I n..hbnrl.roe. a real bf(r.
tlon. two college ONE FRANCHISE
.........*;* w,.o rue.. VptAMC halt to ret\ >nible party Cotta -, preferred.or Married more years men will with good terms. Beady for cc.cupaney .
S A elt.Y''*6 I II AVAILABLE ,
M. n. Kent Chuck Wsor military service, completed
II preferred
SoocsacRJo.4 r' Restaurant Marlanna. B. W The 18CI Car Wash business I*
O'AaILL'" I but nonUal.. Mul booming! This. I la not a newFAD" Call Today 183-I1ID
lletvrnston and Sons. Live Oak
BaOlUlII'-, 1. have neat appearance be en- but a solid proven in*
BYRD Realtor
.. or Broadu WlHoughby, Realtor thuslaitle rnergelle and havea vestment offering franchised!
Madison, cafa tl lOft e. Ohio Ave,
radiant personality Apply In owners a minimum manse.
-SALE: II fl.l plywad beet person. EAGLE'S.: INC. U,* ment. high profit" opportunity Live Oak. Fla.
with future. If Its
Fla. a secure you
rahh 14
and trailer with 40 hp WIsaH
are goer to enjoy a prosperous
Trailer HarborFOR motor, INS modrl. See Clsud SALES: LADIE Due to accel- future in tour own bust- HOUSE: FOH SALE 1-bedrunm
r McDonald at T A T Grocery oreallll2.I. hosted buslneM new, call or write Immediately
MOBILE HOMES S.7. uparwon1A0LE'S for personal 'Interview! house, I acre land. Jet pump
.... ecJJ/ 12... require additional I
STATE APPROVED AND w or unfurnished All
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INSPECTED I FOR Cushmsri highlander full-Urn and part-tint competent WILLIAM A. MASSEY ready to move In. LJfhla water,
PATIOS roR EACH '- motor scooter with sales. .ladies Must have al AND ASSO.. INC UWplione. Off the Mayo Road
TRAILER SPACE'I'I1ZPIfOHIC "WMMHTh. windshield cites seat and side least a hlsh school educsllon. F. O. .... I1SI T,l. II....,. lIt mile on the old Howling

AND "summer" weatter which .U stop In abnolut new condition neat appearance, radiant personality WI4TE5: rARK rtAJam.11 Park toad First house on len,

CABLE TV AVAILABLE: ruler !. Australia aw' I* HIS 00. Phone M3-II74 fsthton conscience<< Ormlact Perry Hall HU'. Barber -
Cerwer ., Bryee. St. aM being enjoyed by Teats Ver 'I.tall eaU 14 and between th* age of 31-41. -- -- Shop, 304 W, Duval SI, Live
N. Lass Ave. a lormer"MtM AuetraUa. ----- -- Pay based on qualifications NOW OPEN Mrs ""..'* Nursery Oak. 12*. pgJJ 1014FOH
HOWARD WRIGHT FOR SALE: -. M Inch Phllco Awl In person EAGLE'lt.: and Play School Children -
fit Charlotte
Ml ski slope BALi T: N fro
Owavr sM Oearaler electric rsnse In good condi Uv Oak. Fla. caw 14 kept dally, weekly. er over druumname
M2-1303 I Pas .In New tout tion. Also one sickle bar mower night. Balanced meals super 1104 down |.t month.
... U ike Slate e4 N.u.st W...*. with a three point hitch. vised play, shady fenced play H. L. Kent phone 143-2111 or

Call >.}.>].). rail 14 WANTED-noal EsUte yard. Reference Call 143* lea..un. _.tlJJ U
---- -
----- -- 3J4I. phJJ 1411f
FOR SALE: S foot harrow WANTED leo acre or MORE roM BALE 140 sen* gout
heavy duty MsMey-Frrguson, farmland on hard road. Meal I you are; Interested In piano Us-. farm land all under fence .

Complete Fertilizer ServiceSPREADER lever adjusted. new blade. have good soil and good water I bow ..llln-U". caJJ U 104 acre* In tuUltttluQ J.bMtrnim .

tad condition. Wywin OsrUnd. and be reasonable, Give price, hnune IS aeret perm
112.2.. pcJJ 14-14 legal description and full details I anent pwrture toteeee allot
-- -- -- first Irller B If Sarnowi For Sele.-Antomotl*. ment. Call W, J. Or..... MJ1411. -
SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION FOR SALE: .. M for" grain *levtor *- ka. P. O. Box InCH Gaines PdJJ 11-17

Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport Prompt with gas relee. almost HU.. No atenU.. peJJ ...11 FOR SALE ->. INI Buick 8ppe1.1..utomaue ,
new flee at Fulton Ororrrr,, ksnm lmius. radio,
Delivery Service. Credit Terms Extended So That Due Date Will Wellborn. phi 14-11: heater, new tire. 41.000 ac'uaI'"IN. '
I HELP WANTED good condition 1189 and Construction Started
Coincide With Customers Sales. .oR SALE= Ford Supra-DesUr arouse psrmenU. C.llln.111O I

liven tractor. One year M. CURB HELP WANTED NOW. after '00 pan. Mj 14JrOR Three Bedroom& Brick Hath

ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT Call Dr. J, V, Fhtlpot, 7IIMM.Lake ,1 I A.ee II U 40. Apply In personA "ftALjT Tnr... And l A Half, Family Kitchen

City, --- -edJJ-- .M-n-- W Drive to. eaJJ U trurk first (.... shape. Hunter SIS Westmoreland Un Oak

QUALITY PRODUCTSMIXED FOR SALE:-House trailer 1 1 4S W WANTED Nursing servto* sw Brother, office phone 1 J1IM. 1400 DOWN

t.. bedroom recently painted pervlaor for 3 to U shift -' night phone M1-1M. Buy Now, Pick Your Color
FERTILIZER PREMIUM OR REGULAR BAGGED-BULK Eight Mile out on While 3CO-be4 accredited hospital. Attractive .*JJ tt

ANHYDROUS AMMONIA SEED Sprigs Road turn left on Fine salary and benefit program BALK- Faleon IlUntrxro. Bob Wolfe Contractor
Grove Real one mil, first Wu FOR
SOLUTIONS Apply" Perwmnel Manager
mile' bierItuhnl.
I 11000
and white trailer, 11400 Jerry Box 3012 Jacksonville,
Florida 37704.
UME h__ ._-._ ----. --edhj--13-11-- IIrlllf rcl. Florida laU) It C bJJ 13-19
age 44 to SS; thieve year mtotl too. power ..r1t1f. p''wrbrase FOR SALE llt/hsy II'GII.' .....

6 ROOMS OF PURN mum esperVnce. Contact Pff- *. aulomsUe IransmUeJon. ISO feel, approslmalelf 204
sonnet Dnwrtanent. BunUnd .. .. fNtP., high. and dry between
AITIJANCKS 4 new tire*. bow .1. CaD
Training Center" OeJnetvUW.FtorkU. new home North rVwhU
BAL. $329.68 cg..J 1111WANTTD 343-1141 er Hl-301. fall Prmtuetlon Credit and Jwllan's

Include beautiful 7 pe. living --- --- till Hhop. ThU .U choke store
mm" ... huertwM Walnut bedrooaa AT ONCE' CW girt FOR nPTT-- er offtoe IDe.,..... tore bulM
sane, twin bedroom set and kitchen help If Interested' tog and home for ale .
r4ue *-
apply In person. Fsrker Drive FOR RENT: w .,...* fer av>WlehooM
WARD I dining set. plum rang. rvfrigert 4. See Julian t Cros.
In. OS '21. J.ep.r R e4. *. Flenly" of room. Nice
tor II" TV J_ Uke v1 .
pe mad) 14
MJItfurrA8Lt and .U.... Oood w0\ *
ornate |J*$ per .., Can be seen ,
-- -- Las lee ftohlne and r1mmlit.
dairy I S m. t pat Hun. 12.1pm ilheb ROfJTii m uieOU. Morgsn Trailer Park. U.. M

M2I Resets Sled M7M gveraee per week West UN O *. FlorVls Fton HELP WANTED

NATIONALFurniture '*ft*. Pull or part Urn*. 3$-2011. JfMl'f- ?
Write avian FroAwlA fee, _
WereKotsse I
Drpt $-,. P. O n.,* No 1447 roll SENT Vnfurmlhe4 threeBMboim
SAX FURIiADelivery Memphl, Tens plj 14 ...... And tee *..w.lit Woenen In good health for eot-
Aurr l -- .----- saw land. within Hy. ttatit. .die parent: Unlmum etfuca-
FERTILIZER COMPANY Anywhere WANTED Woman toe gee.ral ef Live Oak Phone 143-1M. son Seth grade; age 11 to 14:
I ..... .ham wort. Call In person al 13-11 S boor Uy; s day week} 2
: lie) III* Street er phone 34?< -- -- -. week pull vMation: retirement
Phone 935-2101 Bnuiford, Florida FOR MIL Caterpttkir CrswIrr. MM ht aitpaUtUnent. M tl FOR HOTT Two eedrcaeiNe said social security. Writ er

band eperaied blade tao4eondttuen. HENRY M. WARD GENERAL MANAGER I too t busMn Uke WANTED Man for *eiaMl *H Mr .. C BMurr. 34 -ll s.p4U Training em... P. O.
sew Extra Uactor for pests ........ *>. katk far ....... Ales N" pay sad. tralnln progfaaa.snaneee ggbj 11-14
DAVID W. MAXWELL W. FRANCIS WARD trsOer far h..ttn, sad ptekwPtruck. Ur a4ane.*..>.... T...- ; M KITMT ..: Tww edreaeSmosa.

SALES MANAGER PLANT MANAGER I lee near ep4 at W.... m-le*.. Cesnaet C. WeaJJU. .Irw..dce 1774 NW 9n4 WAITED Waltreasec Apply atDisle
bra O4 ..et, pA 14 Sewtbd.a P4ase Nt.I". p6IJ/ 14-11 oatS eajj tlI



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And Activities From mDlI Mugqs and Skeeter W-'-Rt- BACK WITH SOME J I Lt 1WCOMHOMCMTf 3 &*9cESfikl
W il
1 PTa FERMfTTrAKTt GNATS+ EYEBI W.AND MOW \ T ,, jf r u oi T LOOK IT OVERT r1 XI040-/! *! .
ROT SULLIVAN Director y LOOK M ,,. COUL D.KELP F'A, p <<

Activities In swimming, base- All players In the three league
ball, arts and crafts, as well as operating this summer coaches I
Center functions are nearly com- and sponsors are asked to be at I t
pleted for the summer season. the Center at 1:00: pjn on Friday -
The Sunday baseball team won for parade position lineup I
Its final game 15-0 over White
Springs. Playing for the dance Satur-
Play In the Little League, the day night from 8:00: pm to 11:00:
Minor League and in Pee Wee p.m. will be the Dark Horsemen
baseball haa been completed.
The arts and crafts department Football games will be part of
I to concentrating on postersfor I the fall program at the Center. 2WAAT
I, the parade. I Teams will be organized from WASRUM'S BABE ouch! u eEEU wuo itWIG T+IK wNA: 1 FAME KW ,
Friday's tournaments ended fifth and sixth graders and from t+CR.7PING AAVttJUN,BUBBAP ONE.dJ Yb 4 7MATCvtYETua ME THE 1r
with i bowling meet at which seventh and eighth graders \ F/MOUS k D !bU RAtatlT PUt+CM i
Robert Stamper and Richard Games are to be played Satur- MOUND DUEL? DEFENDING JUtT i! FOR EASTER?
Sullivan chared first place. Lex day mornings on the outfield of
Lanier and Wayne Corbin were the baseball diamond at the Cen By BOB 8UDTK
/tied for second with Hal Lanier THE: ALL-TIME great (lug*
and Mike Nobles sharing the ter.Boys desiring to play are asked gar pitched against the all-time
third place slot.Swimming to sign up at the Center The great pitcher Walter Johnson
games will be under specific rule eight times from 1815-1917.
and will be supervised to reduce Three of Ruth'i conquests were
pools in the city will chance of injury. Tackling and by 1.0 icorei, the others by 2-1.
close at the end of activity on 8-1 and 43. Johnson won the
off the feet blocking will not be
Sunday, August 29. last two, one in 10 innings, '-3,
The city pool swim meet will permitted. and the last, 8-0.
begin Saturday August 21, at Slit bjf King Fntum 6y.dlcab
Passing the junior life saving
10:00 a.m. All age groups will be .... .
course were Dewey Pournelle, I .,,
Included In event.
the Registration -
will start at 9:00: a.m. Patricia Poole Charles Baladen, DtCawtros Return Ice Floes NoisyArctic current, the 1 tell builds Into a pressure -I crumble onto the ice below with Combine 1 quart apple juice
and Sharon Poole. ridge, iftft blocks rear 40'devastating force. 6 tablespoons lemon juice, and
Kenneth Poole and Carlton De From Extended! Tour floes make an eerie,I to 50 feet 'lnt<, the air Minutes I I 1/4 cup grenadine syrup. Chill I
Big event for the Recreation Loach were successful in passingthe Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeCastro cracking sound. As they grind together later, this _tI'\J\ ture. seemingly: Fuzz from cottonseed I Is used In 'Serve with lemon slice In each
Center this week is participationIn senior life saving course and returned home Friday after an in the grip of wind and tough as Ae*>l, may snap and I I making synethetlc fibers glass. Makes 0 servings.
the Tobacco Festival Parade text extended camping out tour of the ./...'..../...'\-
western states and a flight to .

0 0 Hawaii In Hawaii they visited their
TEC d son and daughter-in-law Sp/5 Demand
and Mrs. John DeCastro Specialist Repeated
DeCastro Is stationed at
t\'ar\' Schofield Air Base. While there
( Iq fl7JRSELF.DRILLING families visited Kilauea
BRACE the two
Military reservation which is

II" ,II' near Hilo Hawaii. Back To School
'* Florida was admitted to the
%) !{ ( ITlS BORING) /* V :; Union on March 3, 1845: seceded
V/A' JM In 1861 and was re-admitted In

\ \ flUTES 1868. ,. ", ,
111\\ A tARRI' 'I ""r" ". ,'
\1;,; AWAY DRllllNGS Card Of Thanks "LIVE OAK'S Fashion Leader" [ PROPORTION ED
RORKSATYDKFRXU'AAP11TEJD I would like to thank each and
every one for your kindness '
SHARP POINTS ME SPUR PONT shown to me through cards, vls- FABULOUS.UP .,. '
\USUALLY KM!FAST m WOOD and especially -
Its flowers prayers
SLOW PENETRATION were so very nice to me ]

.............................................. ......TWIST......RJR.....METALYIOOD..............,..,.... was in the home.hospital and since I JN51
returned %
li greatly SAVE $400
: WITHDRAW DRILL .1..1.! CENTER-PUNCH Your thoughtfulness
OCCASIONALLY FROM BEFORE DRILLING- appreciated and will never be for
iff'!\ DEEP AND HARD HOLD: -fem. BACKING UP LEAVES otten. May Ood bless each of
I w (Paid Notice) HUSKY ,;

1' RED I. STGR 3 FORREGULARLY $9 t 4r .. --


$4.00 TO f,00 1 1rr


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See U. For An Estimate On Installation ). 1 ) REGULAR SUM


BIN On Your Farm. Also Avail ;

able Are Drying Systems, Com uo P SPECIAL!

plete Aeration Systems, Augers,

Conveyors, Bale Conveyors, Elec- .
tric Motors, Fans, Portable Gasoline

Engines, Feed Bins, Automatis 1tM WESTERN STYLE JEANS
Feeders, And Many Other _

Grain, Feed And Hay Handling _- ._ .,.1 3 FOR $5

t Accessories. Grain Bins Are In

_, Sizes 1,000 To 35,000 Bu. nr
? F, Heaviest weight cotton denim reinforced at strainS

Bins And Accessories AreEFFICIENT : ( points for longer wear. Your choice of Slim, Regular

1 or Husky in sixes 8 to U.

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Loans For Grain Bins Are Available From The Commodity Credit SPORT SHIRTS ..
Vibrant new colors and smart a,ere styles In tre.
Y Corporation Which May Cover Up To 80 Per Cent Of'The Cost At mendous selection of jumper looV/x % piece effects

4 Per Cent Interest With 5 Years To Repay. These Loans Are Also A lines shirtwaists, nauticals S0li4' stripes and SIZES 8.18

Available For Drying Equipment This Information Is Available At prints_ this is a truly great troop' ft.

Your County ASC Office.FARMERS SIZES 1- 14, Reg $5.00 to $8.00 wv 3 for 10.00 PLAIDS -. 3 FOR

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t of Live Oak Slips, Panties, Blouses SHORT SOLIDS SLEEVES Reg. $1.99PAGE

Socks Shoes
Also See Us For Custom Application Of Liquid Nitrogen

And Mixed Fertilizer

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Every Body Does It Examples Can oAH 14U1 XUMeo.M.N.
I ... roeo a uM I INITY For Sal*--Roal Estate

Get Children In Deep Troubles a.e-. 7.AT! CMiii ,I

iD 103 acre farm near Plnemount -
(Editor1 Note: From time to When he was 10 he took his I 80 acres or more of good cropland. J

time there appears In weekly first summer job at the big market I ...,3 a. tobacco allotment 24 a. i
with whom we His assignment was to put
newspapers e.x-? corn bane house pump barns,
change articles of Interest that the over-rtpe tomatoes in the FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ; all fenced. $13.000 terms.
have a good moral lesson or advice bottom of the boxes and the good I I !

that if followed would make ones on top. "It's ok., kid" the Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
FOR SALE!: 14 ft fiberglass FARMERS
life easier and more enjoyable. manager said "everybody doesWhen LITTLE ADS deluxe model Jensen boat, 12 RIVER :
MONEY for your farm opera
The following appeared recently .
It" aAa rgvw- horse motor, 1100 overhauled. Lions at reasonable coat Term. REALTY
under a beading "It's O. K. Son he was 18, Johnny and tN6 vroR.r GxAMnG OR BIG RESULTS Must" aril. First' $300. Leo to fit your needs. Loans up to 407 Dowllng St. .

Everybody Does It", In the Perry a neighbor applied for a college MAP ,jue"artt VOe5.41NG Thornburg Stc4nhatche Directions 7 years. Call North Florida Production Farm Bureau Bid*. :j
News-Herald. We think it worthyof Mholarshlp. Johnny was a marginal MMN.Y ALeuMItiwN BUY-SELL: -EXCH.INGE at Postofflce Credit Assn. 8. Ohio Phone 383-1526

reprinting' for there U a good student his neighbor was In ...R.SN'S'coseAO.g. M' Whatever the purpose ye will pcjj 12-14 Ave Live Oak TeL 3622588. I WINSTON J. ROGER. RealtorSpectalising .
sound lesson in It.) the upper 3 per cent of his class find Democrat elaa>ifl..d*
When Johnny was six years old. but he couldn't play right guard. DEAR $OA' DOoMe the Job, quickly and well GRAIN BINS Butler grain Sales and Loans
he was with his father when they Johnny got the scholarship "IV AUTO ST! pmvl A4 Ifiu.V :bins>> and drying equipment Call VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.

were caught speeding. Ills father ok.." they told him "everybody Nelei NAVG15a1 ? INSERTION T. E McCall 935-4202. Bran- Machine machln.I!'., and cold
handed the officer a $3 bill with does It". ov+N Rrr.S NARe aGaovg DEADLINE FOR ford Fla. PdJJ 10-14 wave permanents given FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
Net. CWILaV lit* F.M. Tuesday
Ills driver's license. Its okey When he was 1'. he was approached G'TY MINN. raton Annie II. Mill\ Myra J AVAILABLE:
FOR BALE K ft. boat, 30 hp
Ion" his father laid as they drove by an'upper classman motor and tilt testier usa tie Mills. Elaine Webb For Information call or tee;
off "everybody does it". who offered the test answer for LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Mary Drew Boatrlght Manicurist PAUL A. BYRD
cash. Call William Nix Jr.. 3622362. -
When he was eight, he was per i $3. "If 0 k., kid. he said, "ev- IVi cents per word with a Cdjj 13-15 Ruby Sanford at Annie's 400 8. Ohio Ave.
mltted at a family council presided erybody does It". Odd Fact each Thursday Friday, and Uve Oak. Florida
over by Uncle George on Johnny was caught and sent putnimas.f I I.Ol. FOR BALE! Used Phllco not Saturday. teal' tf Phone 303-1389
the to shave home in disgrace. "How could Freak wathr (All cUatlflees man be paid Isadeanee work
surest means potnta caused run-ellngtnc cowboy on table model TV set good tf
off the Income tax return '. you do this to your mother and TV ) Ing order. Priced at $30. C D.
an America: show ***Ion
ok.. kid. hi* uncle said "every me?" his father said. "You never la LoII oII. England to speak Starling Branford, Fla. cajj 14 ANY TYPE
body does it". learned anything like this at ONE WEEK FREE HORNE REALTY CORP.
Freach when
picked up
When he ma nine his mother home." His aunt and uncle were the sound from a French station. Clasalflrda ordered for five FOR SALE Registered Polled LJ- .: BRANCH OFFICE:
took him to his first theater production also shocked. week, nm the last work free. Hereford Bulls and heifer., 10 II* W. Howard fit
The box office man If there's one thing the adult fit will pal for a 18 word to IS month old. R. B. Bryan WORK GEORGE B. DEES

couldnt find any seats until his world cant stand it's a kid who advertisement for five weeks Madison Ft*. pdhj 13-17_. DONE Awerlate
mother discovered an extra *2 in cheat i Household Hint Use Sewannte Democrat Clawl- FOR SALE Horses and Welsh Phone 362-1688
her purse. "It's oak. Son" she S.llarshaw Window aills come clean nods fee Proven ....ulla. and Shetland ponies. Call 3 23025. Granite Marble. Bronze
said "everybody does it". Phone 362-3333 NICE BUILDING LOTS
with little or no you csJJ 13
When he was 12 he broke his Granted give them a coating of wax to UVE OAKMONUMENT I/a acre 1/t. or 1 aero tract
glasses on the way to school. Ills protect the finish and make it FOR SALE FOR SALE All metal camp About 2 mile from town

Aunt Frances persuaded the Insurance possible to wipe off rain tail FOR BALE New and \used trailer 6' x 10'. Electric wiring. CO. Good hard road location.

I company that they hadbeen PHD Degree dirt quickly piano, Frier Music Co. North state Inspected. New tires. Nosh Homer Sanford Rep. \ Good term
stolen and th.coUnted EdmondM. <34 NE Hamilton\
Ohio An. Live Oak J6.-J1S8 .
said, William Frank Harshaw of ----- --- -- 2 Bedroom Home Ideal Location
$27. "If ok, kid. she call U Street. phi 14 -
"everybody does It". Live Oak was awarded a PhD degree RCWINd MtflllNE: CENTER 17500 Terms Available

When he was IS he made right last Friday at the spring trimester Odd Fact FOR SALE: Foulan and Pioneer DON'T FUSS CALL US
guard on the high school football of the 1M4-63 academic After he made a record sty chain saws, parts and service WANTEDWANT 20 Acre Cut Over Woodland

team. His coach showed him how year which closed August IS at Ing "I divorce the. I divorce LoallnlauppU.., hooks, clamps SINGERand About 10 Mlles From Town
to block and at the same time the University of Florida. th*. I divorce th...*, which he bows, bars, and chains. Repair TO BUY Hardwood all other make rebuilt' her 13.000 |400 Down
grab the opposing end by the Degrees were awarded 1.044 sent to his Arab wife In Aden, for most small gasoline enilnM.Tyre1 log or .tump.... lion Indus New and Used Machine Oood Terms On The D.lano.aU

shirt so the official couldnt eM students at the close of the trUmetier. a Modem residing la Sheffield, Saw A Engine Service, tries Ino. Phone 383-101. Needle Oil Parts

Urif ok, kid" the coach said, England, married a local girl. formerly Electric: Service Co., pdjj 11.18 724 Drown 8t. Live Oak Pta. -.. .----- -.. -----
"everybody does It" Graduates this month will be 05 6th St. Tour small engine WANTED Small tractor with Phone 362.2744
honor at the annual commencement headquarter. ea4J tf TRAILER: OWNERS
43" 382-3S9J.
mower rhone
exercise to be held at Mr*. C G. Travis. Managercbej LOTS FOR BALE
NOAH NUMSXUU the University next April. FOR BALK All sizes of tar cajj tf GOOD TERMS: Priced $195
Harshaw is a graduate of Bu pauUlns. guaranteed not to leak. WANTED FROM OWNER: --- BATTERIEiTeiinbe OUTSIDE CITY but close In)

w.ose wMee P eg/J. wannee High School and a frequent Ottl Drown Motors cdjj U 8mall place, small house, good HEARING AID : PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor
obtained at Chevk'a Drug 408 8. Ohio Ave.
visitor to the city.Gitrral well water pasture one cow,
FOR SAU 100. (70. or 710 III W. Howard St. cdjj 11-II
S. All outside town. Quote price _.. Live Oak. Florid
11 new white wall tires. --- -
term. Also lowest cash P. Plane 363-1381
premium or first line. All full price. DANCINO SCHOOL open Aug
llrad Look 4-ply. Some slightly blemished, R. Campbell Pox 200. Lock 30 If your child ha not been etf

A covered head look for fall in IIS 95 plus state tax federal hut Fla. pabe 14WANTED previously enrolled\ please. bring
more of the scarf hate already tax Included. No exchange ------- Three bedroom- him or her In for a placement
popular In Indian-style turbans, audition. Marllynn Bird School
needed Barber' Service Sta
house Will rent or (leane. Need Two-bedroom home and I. acres
in jersey scarves wrapping the MS-3S3S. Good of Dance 213 Striven 8t.
Lion O'Brien.
Immediately I Call X2-3S3S of 4V\
land. ml. from five Oak on
head and neck la predicted. 363-3811.
() E..q tCAsl00 a* long a* supply lull.toed eaU 14 phone. _. pbcb_13-J4 Highway II Ideal for small faml*

OUtlA". Jtt SALESMAN"'. ly thai wants country riving
0U$ -- ---- Manager Tralnr
Floating Evening Gown, r Priced to sell with ee 4Y term
FAUN rtJMC&R. Following my doctor' advice, am Due to company wide xpamlonEagl LIVE OAK NEEDS A
Tit trend for romantically Ready for occupancy,
GAYLORD new offering for sale The Chuck *'* needs aggressive men to
OQLAHOO, Ft*. floating evening gowns, swathedIn Wacon Restaurants Live Oak train for manager positions CAR WASH
ostrich boas, bordered swans- and Madison.; Fla. $1.600 for Mint hv high school education Two-bedroom. CBfl home In good
DEAR NOAHIf N.7tiwp.Awe AAA.y.A.1 down or jacketed kn jtwclfd em either one. Can finance one* two or more year collegepreferred I -.ONE FRANCHISE netohbornooit.. Brie led a real bay.
W O / broidery.Smolcfy. Contact with good term Ready tor oecupancy -
half to rafcftonMble party Married men with AVAILABLE_
A'FLVIweSOMPI M. B. Kant,. Chuck WatenRestaurant. ,
military service completed preferred
r The I5o Car Wsnh business U
Says Marlanna, D W. ,..
but not .nU.I. Must
dRsotWH6rNLlNIM I booming I This I I. not a new
Call Today 363-1314
Hcrtenston" and none Uv Oak .
have neat be enthusiastic ,
appearance "FAIT
but solid
a proven in*
3 s16Ns I or Broadus Willoughby, Heal energetic and have vestment offering franchised PAUL A. UYIID. Realtor
? I si toe Madison, eda tf a radiant personality. Apply in owner a minimum mane. tOil B. Ohio Ave
----- --- Uvf Oak, Fie.IIOU8E .
L. bent, high profit opportunitywith
ua EAGLE'S. INC. LiveOak.
IcE II FOR BALE II ft. plywood batand tU
.,. ., Fla. rahh 14 a secure future, If you
I i trailer with 40 hp WUard are eager to enjoy a prosperous .
Trailer HarborFOR i II model. See Claude future In bul-
motor, 186 BALEB LADIES; Due to eecflIrrstrd your own FOII BALE l-bedronm
McDonald at T A T Oronery or net*, call or write Immediately
MOBILE HOMES builneM u \On&AOL1C'S for personal Interview, house I acres land Jet. pump.
callIU.UIt. ecjj 11-14
STATE APPROVED AND requires additional furnished or unfurnished All
INSPECTED I FOR BALI: -- Cushman- High- tull-Um. and psrt time competent WILLIAM A. MASSEY ready to move In. Lights, water
PATIOS FOR EACH cJ -- Under motor scooter with sale ladles. Must hue al AND ASSO.. INC telephone. Off the Mayo Road.

TRAILER BPAC&TI1ZP110NE INJOTINO "WMMtt-The windshield ettrs wet and sidesteps least ft high school: education, P. O. Rue IIU T..l. IM-M7I 1/4 mile on the old Howling

AND -summer" weatbvr which UwtaUr In abeolute new condition neat appearance, radiant p. raonsllty wmr PARK ruiniu4l"tf Park Road. First house on toft

CABLE: TV AVAILABLE: M. Australia MOW U HIS 00. Phone 33-1174. fashion conscience Contact Perry Hall. Ilal3's liar.
Ceewer ., Bryeen SL alN. b.tag enjoyed ky Teats V.r. $ and between the aide of 21-... ber BhoD. 204 W. aural lit. Live
Asp Ave. fonvMT *MIM Au.tr -- eJJJ Pay be..ct... qualification NOW OPEN Mr. lam'. Nursery Oak. FU. peJJ 10.1t
HOWARD WRIGHT FOR SA"LE: M Inch'Phllco Apply In person, EAOLEB: and Ply Brhool. Children .. .----- -
of Char*
Its, en ski slaps loll
OWCMW aM O* r4erM electric rang In good condition. Live Oak Fla. rise 14 kept dally, weekly, or over BALK -- New two b.droons
2-1 503 lott Put fca New South Also one sickle bar mow night. Balanced meals, super home 1)00 down |.t month.

.. to die States *.* "..., Wake er with a three point hitch... vised play, shady fenced] play If. L. Kent, phone 3U-383I: or

Call 33-333 taU 14 WANTED-HM.E.UU yard. Reference Call 33 3.2.2.... ... tap tf
.. ----
---- 2741 phi) .14-13
FOR SALE I font harrow, WANTED; 110 acre or MORE roll BALE 210 Mrs.ggood "

heavy duty UaMey-Frrguiion, farmland on hard road Must ;you sac InUroeied In piano j lee* farm Und all under fence .

Complete Fertilizer ServiceSPREADER lever adjusted. new blades, have good soil and good water son call 33-314. taU U 300 acre In uiUvfttion a*

rood condition. Wrmtn 0.,. and be reasonable Olve price, brdrmm h)ue 38 arm ltnn.
land 3M-3JU peg) ...11 ,legal description, and full doe nenl future toU e* allot*
__ ._ _n. __ tall first letter, B It Barnowi For S l>-AatomoU?* menl. Call W J, Orson 32
SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION FOR BALE: S) fait grain tlefetor ka. P. O. Box 13704. OalnesHue. JUt, pdjj 1317Construction

Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport. with ga engine almost Ho .....n.... ptjj 14-11. FOR BALK: 1M3 fluid ep.clal.lu ,
Prompt new flee. at Fulton Ornery, <<<
Service Credit Term Extended l So That Due Date Will Wellborn. pbjj 14-11. healer, new Urea 41.000 actual
Coin -- -- -.-- HELP WANTED mile, good eondlUon. |350 and Started
With Customer. Sales. FOR BALE: Ford BoprftDr.terdwer aMume payment can 342-I3M

| tractor One per CURB HELP WANTED HOW */terOOpm. taU 14 Three Bedroom Brick. Hath

ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT Call Dr. 1. V Phllpot, 112. eId'l Age II U 40. Apply In personA Pull flu Two ton -Peed And A 1I.lt..mlly Kitchen
Lake City, cdJI i W Drive In. ajj tl 815 WatmorUnd. Oak
--..-- .. tnxk Drat gleam shape Hunter
QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR BALE Hour trailer I a 45 WANTED -. Nursing arrvtae i; Brother office prione 343Illl. $400 DOWN

t.. bedroom, recently pelnledricM perrlenr for I to II shift .- nlghl phone 342.2318. Uujr Now, rick Your Color
MIXED FERTILIZER PREMIUM OR REGULAR BAGGED-BULK mile. out en White JOO-bfd accredited. __plUl. Attractive gftjj, It

ANHYDROUS AMMONIA SEED Bptlng Road turn tenon Fine salary and bvneHt pro FOR' BALE IM4 F lon Bob Wolfe, Contractor
NITROGEN SOLUTIONS MOREA-UQUI-FCED Grove Roe4 one mile, first blue gram. Apply Perenrtrwl Man: Ranchero 11 MO miles like Photi 342-3253

FARM CHEMICALS FARM SUPPLIES and white" trailer, 11400 Jerry 16roR anr Lien Mil. IICUon.IlIe'1 new 11600 C D Btafltng.Branford. LIVE OAK. FLA.
CorbHt pelf J
i DOLOMITE UME ----. -_._ Florid 1220 edhj 13-16 ,.".Ida. tall 14 f bJJ 13-19
BALE: MALI WANTLD' T cent, --- .

WE HANDLE ASCS PURCHASE ORDERS URGENT ace 4* la II; three year-. mini FOR BALE IMI I Mrew Me. FOR AU! Highway frontage*.
tear M4, power """ "",. pee
5 ROOMS! Of FUUN, mum etperlenee. Contact Pet brake. autoenaUe tr.1IMa......... 110 feel apprvilmaUIr 300
aonnel DnwrUnent. BuntoMl feel '--P.> huh an4 dry between
.. Call
A APi'LIANCF.4BAL 4 new Uro*. low lto*.
Training Ceni"r. OeJnewtfie. If nw home North Florid
33-1141 or I1-343S. (*JJ
$329.68 Florida. "g"| IS-II ProducUon Credit and Julian'
Include. brautlful 7 p.. Bvtn flit 1Ih p. This U ...... store
room ..... tusuriou Walnut .** AJrTr.D AT ONCE Curtgland 41 FOB BPTT er orr... loa.'..... Store build
I room suite, twin butumm *.., klUlvrn hetp. It lnUf" In Parker' Drive FOR RENT ttxuM fur
WARD dining eH. plus rang. rfriger> perean. due 4. Be Mullen E Croe.
of Jf1aII
In. V9 in. Jailer Road Plenty ronm.
TT, lout .
toe ir take er pftfanenu .aU M aM leea\ Ooo4 well wsUT. adj 14

MM per w', Can ta BM I --____.- Lea tog ftehlno and *..mlM.Morgan1 .
dally 0 aa*. 0 pa.. Bun. 11-4 UTTAJIUSinrD ROUTE In u... Trailer. Park. UB MWert

pa*. 3433 Bract Btad Oak. tit at ''Me per eeekpoeaAle. Uve Oak. ,.""".. .. Phone HELP WANTED

NATIONALFmntlttm P'III1., p'"rl tune. I 343.301. peMI IM

Ware.. .. Write WtUIn Frodurta. fr* I -
Upt. ",. P. O. IM Ho 3447. pon Hnrr Vn/umtalM4 three
JAX. FLORIDA Mseapfef.. T na. VI MWAMTED I badness __. AA4 fef .... Women In inset health, for eo .
Delivery Assured 34 ac.. .lend. within stir ttoalle sea purrs; minimum duev.
FERTILIZER COMPANYPhone Ao/i*here Hasa to geaeralNuMe of Live Oak. FKene ,.,.2M6. Hon loth grade; age 31 to 14:
"IIJ'OK wort. Can In pram all Pdjj ilUttPOM I hour day, I day w.*.t; 2

Illli Street or ft.*.* week paid raeaUon; r.ur...",
93S2101 Brmn/ord, Flood BULK CMerpttartff. Claw 34M far ae**.ur>rtt4. Mt-I KKMT Tau. BMdreaa and aocial ...wI" Write er
head e.-r.... .... ondontftiMt. hetMo .Mh hot ..... and both .looted Pereonrwl DvpftrUMnt.BunlaM .

M. WARD GENERAL MANAGER I e track kwhMK Bke WANTED Waft'j j I M' .. C BeMtMTf, M}-II" Training Center, r. O,
HENRY ..re-. Raise traetar fur pails .......... *>ML &** turUM Mil 14-11 Boa KM, OslnnvlDe. FlorVU.gt .

batA lor .1.... Abe bee per -- Sri training "..r".1 >j 1101.
DAVID W. MAXWELL W. FRANCIS WARD trailer Osa' ..**..< end parkw CtMIK.* tar adsnm..nL. T.... PORMINT'Pa's'. Isdesiedweew.

SALES MANAGER PLANT MANAGER I trw*. Bm ..., lapel M WetV ....* Ja-IMt. Contael C WBrevgMon. t .. kwtutre 1720 NW Jn-t WANTED .&1..... Appty *l
boas UO ..... 0eA. 14 .U| tf Plunks 1a.1"JJ 1411 Deal OrOt mU tfI


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Sales Tax For June Bcaclivillc I Pine Level I

III[ Florida Are Up. I

TALLAHASSEE July collections -
REPORT of sales tax based on June Rev. F. E. Day filled his appointment Mr. and Mrs. Lavaugn Cason Mr. and Mr*. H. M. Moore visited B. F. Hayes.
business totaled $$21,697.974. here Sunday and had and children of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. H. P. MIlford Mr. and Mrs. Aldermanand
children of Live Oak
according to Ed Straughn, Director good services. We were glad to guests of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Cas- Friday afternoon. and
By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND A of the State Revenue Com- have a number of visitors from on last week. Trooper James FOrtner and Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry
United. States Senator home In were dinner guests of Mr and
mission. a distance including Mrs. David Mrs. Paul Deal and children of family returned to L. P. Fortner Sunday
This was an Increase of $483- Evans and children of North Oroveland were guests of Mr. and Pensacola Friday after spending Mrs
Last Monday I was among the tlve vote in the Senate last week 543.64 over July 1964 for an Increase i Carolina, Mrs. Paul Deal and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell last week end. several days here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore ,t-
Senators who received an off- I was disappointing because this of 2.27 per cent The children of Oroveland, Mr. and Her daughter, Charlene who had Mrs. L. P. Fortner.Mr. tended the sins at Oak He::,
the-record briefing at >the White leaves still unresolved the vital month calendar year increase: Mrs. Drew Holmes of rural Live been visiting the Tidwelta returned and Mrs. Drew Holmes Church Saturday night
House on the United States' position matter of equitable apportion- 16120905.13 or 10.90 per cent.The 12-1 Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie home with her. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ountner of Tltu,.i...
in Viet Nam. We heard ment of one house of the state 5 per cent wholesale Hunt of Branford. I O. D. Beach and Calvin War- Laurie Terry at O'Brien. spent Saturday night with ),(rand
comprehensive evaluations from legislatures. The amendment of ing goods tax collections in July Mrs. O. C, Cannon. Mrs. Willie ren attended the annual meeting Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hayes and Mrs. L. P. Fortner.
President Johnson Defense Sec which I was a co-sponsor, reserv- amounted to $148.62543; an Increase Odom. Mrs. Calvin Warren and of the South Georgia and Florida children of Cross City spent the Mr. and Mrs. Drew H i>,
retary McNamara Secretary of ed to the citizens of each state the of $6,95838 or 491 percent I Mrs. Sanford Beach attended the Conference at Dowllng Park Saturday week end here with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jorger
I State Rusk, Oeneral Maxwell right to apportion one house of annual meeting of the W. II. and Brorsen In Live Oak Eatm
Taylor, our former Ambassadorto their legislatures on some basis I F. M. Society at Dowling Park: Mr and Mrs Billy Oelzer and this week with their grandparents. night.
Viet Nam. United Nations Am- other than strictly on population. The ancient Incas wove cotton. | Thursday. lIOn KirbY, and twin daughters Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Hayes .ti:a
bassador Goldberg, Governor Although the amendment carriedby Linda Kay and Laura Beth of Mr. and Mrs O. D. Beach hada children of Live Oak spent Son.
Harriman and Eugene Black a vote of 57 to 39, It did not I Jacksonville were guests of Mr. family get together Sunday. day with Mr. and Mrs 8 F
former head of the World Bank. receive the required twothirdsvote A AisidiWASIJINGTON \; and Mrs. Willie Beach Friday Present were her father. F. E. Hayes.
These experts presented the cur- that would have sent It to night. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Worth Ter- Leslie Hughey attended Horn .
rent picture from their varying the individual state legislatures 1 Mr and Mrs. Hots Spooner of ry and sons Mr, and Mrs. L. C. coming at Midway Church Sun

political, military and economic for decision.On ( Jacksonville were guests of relatives Terry and daughter Linda. Mr. day.Mr.
viewpoints and then invited un-- August 4 the Senate voted, here last week end. and Mrs. Cleo Terry and daughters and Mrs. Drew Holmr-
limited questioning on any phasesof 79 to 18, to adopt the conference Mr and Mrs. David Evans and Mary and Joann. all of were dinner guests of Mrs Ctor
the problem. The meeting was I report on the controversial voting MARCH OF EVENTS children of North Carolina are Beachvllle. Mrs. David Evans and don Keeling Friday.
of a highly confidential nature rights bill and two days later vlstllng her father F. E. Terry, daughters. Teretha and Lesalynn. IS
but the presentations and responses the President signed. the bill into NEW HCADQUAXTTOVOX r 'J;;.) ,.> CAPITAL lANDMARK IS and other relatives here. of Raleigh N. C. and Mr. and
.. I
to questions were frank and law. I opposed the legislationfrom WORLD HEALTH \-, | *"** MOOIUED ArTO U.N. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill Mrs. Drew Holmes of the Pine Sunfish Are Prolific

informative with no effort madeto the start to finish on the L DENBt' camOAn'r and Scott Beach of Gainesville Level community.Mr Sunfish are amazingly prolific
"sell" us on a particular course grounds that it Is both unwise By were guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark of I nthree years 127 Muegills m.
Central Press Wo Writer
of action. I came away from the and unconstitutional.A Mngtcm and Mrs. Willie Beach Saturday Jacksonville are spending a fewdays traduced in an Illinois lake mulu
session with the impression that new Cabinet agency the Department TCTASmNGTON1 If a beautiful and Inspiring International night and Sunday. Their son. this week with her parents. plied to 67.700. the National Oo-
our policy is one of thoughtfuland of Housing and Com \V headquarter Influences success then health should lm Wayne, and acott are spending Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Terry graphic says.
commendable firmness, and munity Development, generally prow throughout the Western Hemisphere I -
that our best minds and talentsare referred to as the "Urban Affairs Hearing completion here within a block of the Department of

devoting complete attentionto Department", will soon come Into State If the new joint headquarters of the Pan American Health THESE AND OTHER See These And
this dangerous and complex existence-as the 11th Cabinet Of- Organization and the regional office for the Americas of the
problem. Our future policy In fice. The Senate passed the bill World Health Organisation. Both groups are
Viet Nam should be dictated by providing for this new ,agency devoted to Improving' health in the Americas LEVI FASHIONS AT Other Styles At Ourc.IA
national self-interest and the this week by a vote of 87 to 33, Moving. of their library Into the new headquarters
long-term gain rather than by while the House had previously has already started. Both groups expect Young Men's Department
international opinion and propa passed a quite similar bill. The to move their offices Into this new homeof
ganda. The President is to be minor differences will soon be I 1 inter-American health before the end of
commended for his policy in giving Ironed out and the President will August. Dedication is scheduled for September -
members of Congress an unrestricted sign the bill. I opposed this legislation just In time for the 1965 conference of
view of the problem isnce it will create a needless member nations.
This policy should help each of and confusing overlappingof The two-unit headquarters Is modeled after grr.a
us to make sound individual federal functions, and becauseIt the United Nations Building in New York. It Store" -. ".".".-..... 0-
judgments when the Congress is is a part of the present effortto New health center stands on a triangular acre bounded by 23rd "Your Friendly
called upon for supporting ac over-extend the centralized Street N.W Virginia Avenue and the newly
federal government while further opened H Street Freeway to Roosevelt Bridge over the Potomac. -- 't
tion.Failure of the Dirksrn reap- weakening and downgrading the Foggy Bottom his never Men anything like this! .The three- _
portlonment amendment to poll states In my opinion the federal story circular portion of the building Is the council chamber
the required two-thirds afflrma- government is already too big too and its lower floor provides the headquarters' main entrance.
extravagant, and too inefficient. Concrete latticework covers the exterior of the council chamber.
a The crescent-shaped secretariat, measuring 44 feet wide, 120
DO YOU HAVE AN feet high and 278 feet long, provide some 170,000 square feet '
Alcohol Problem? Card Of ThanksWe of office) floor space In its more than 11 stories .c
The basement contain a 110-car parking garage The building '/
want to thank the doctors
hat four outdoor fountains, two second-floor conference
We now have in Live Oakan and the hospital staff for their room .
eating 110 and 73 executive suit conference
AA Group ready to service and the many friends for room
eating 80, and a display area for member nation flags. '..
help the flowers food, cards, and e e e ee :
you.WRITE prayers during the Illness and t
death of our husband and. father.
P. O. Box 591 The Family of a Uruguayan architect, presented the design In 1961 that won
the) award in a hemisphere-wide competition. The American
Henderson Sullivan
LIVE OAK Construction Company of Washington August 1963 received
OR CONTACT YOUR the f 4 B million construction contract. l
No teacher can do much with the
Physician or Minister Member governments have been Invited to contribute gift
brain of a pupil who doesn't wantto
furnishings and art to. create a distinct inter-American atmosphere -
In the headquarters. Representatives of Braxll, Costa Rica
Jamaica Mexico, Panama, the United States and Venetuela I ; ,Ii
comprise a even-nation executive group
' Art and craftwork sought include paintings, ceramics, sculp .
For ereaterDependablfflyII ture tapestries, and paneling for beautifying the lobby, confer ... .
ence room., and executive office in way that will depict the
culture and heritage of the Americas.

The United States gave land for the headquarter, a gift valuedat ,'
more than $1 million. President EIsenhower signed the bill
In March 1960. Senator who strongly supported the bill Included '..
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Let's' Talk About, ArthritisARID BLONDE GRAY I I

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arthritis and rheumatism fect the weight-bearing' Joint (
the same? of the body. Change In the ;
Arthritis I* a general term Joint may be followed by hard
and ha* many subdivision knobby enlargement and deformity ::1
Arthritis I* an Inflammation or Involving the spine,
change in any joint In the body. shoulders, wrist and feet 0 :1j
Rheumatism too, I* a vague OC
term used to describe: pain and How are these two form of
ache: and stiffness In the mu. arthritis distinguished? 0 Y j
i cles with or To the physician the history
I without deform of the onset, the sign and I
ity of the Joint symptom of both condition i
Rheumatoidarthritis are distinctly different To the E
and patient, tempted by self-diagno
JWr .,A yvi. I
II j osteoarthrttlsare .u. the chance are great that j .
probably the conclusion wilt be wrong !!
1 the two major and will produce unwarranted
I type of arthrl'tl fear SMOKF OUTI
*. Laboratory examination of :
Dr. c.aInjury,allergy the blood culture of the blood
and metabolic and urine for bacteria. X-ray :
\\mmorta\ianl Wv ParuliIPsSmall
disturbance can also be responsible of the bone and Joint are only .
for some form of arthrttl part of the complicated test
e that distinguish various' form Band Of Samaritans
What I*rheumatoid arthritis of arthritis and Indicate the I
This form of arthritis I* a nature of treatment. D
Survive In And Israel
chronic Inflammatory process In C e I bode"I
the Joint and the tissues How are these major form
around them. It occur nor of arthritis treated? Washington The glories of ancient Samaria are l
frequently la women than la All treatment I* aimed at the buried beneath the duct of centuries, but a small bandof
men and begin before the age relief of pain, the prevention of Samaritans tenaciously survhea.
of S3. physical deformity, controlling: The once-powerful religious sect Immortalized by
The exact: '' cause U still un complication: and maintaining I Christ' parable of the Good Samaritan has dwindled to
bOWL An Infection la t elath. _. .
the body nutrition. Psychotogl- I J74 members. The majority live ---------- --
prostate and kidneys 1* cal support help to attain the In Nablua. Jordan near the site northern section encompassingSamarla
considered: by some u the focus ultimate objective of rehabilitation of the indent city of Snechem. retained the. name Ii-
responsible for rheumatoid arthritis. of patient to make them the National Geographic Society earl the southern state called Itself *
self-sufficient. ays. About ISO live acres the Judah
Not all physician adhere to Cortisone In well-regulated border In Israel In 711 B C.. the Assyrian swept
the concept of focu of in down upon Israel. Thousands of
dose, la addition to
"gold com
fection." The plight of this sect seems to
the ruling claaa and craftsmen
pounds eJleylate are fulfill Jeremiah's prophetic lam
and tenderness -
Swelling pain
were carried off, but many farmers -
used to control the discomfortand
tntaUon: "How doth the city alt
of the Joint of the finger,
were left behind They intermarried -
check the cf the
progress solitary that was full of people:
wrists, knee and feet along .
with the Invaders, becoming
disc***. There U great hop* lath
with other generalised body how U she become a* a widow she
the forebear of the modern
research that I
*newer *being
that treat nation
complaint are associated with wu among Samaritan. '
carried oa an over the country.
and the ,
this form of arthrtti prince among provm
While Dr. C....... egret ces Surviving Northern Israelite
adopted part of the Assyrian re-
What U osteo arthritis T tfctortoAe fe ansieer" ewUvUiMfletter At one Urn In the Middle ACM Melon Orthodox Jew In the lOut.hmade
Otto bone) arthritis 1* a *, fte via Me ednVgwstlo.e only ten Samaritan were left. Jerusalem, capital of Judah
M column whs.-
chronlo Bon-Inflammatory disorder M The number I* now slowly Increasing.
the religious center 'for the wore
that Involve the bone ever poMiMe u4 these theysee I High Priest Amran X aae, ship of Jehovah.
and the Its exact causeU */ penereJ Merest. Address .
Joint present-day leader of the croup, Jerusalem Itself fell to Nebuch.adneuar .
fetter fe Dr. Celrme **
also unknown. It occur your .
attribute the caln to two I. I
In MS B C. and the Ju-
chiefly la the elderly and at. ewe .ewsppr.
ton: the conversion of outsiders deans were banished In Oabylon
(0 DM. Klrc FMtaTM jrtAlnM MM marrying Into the community and When the fillet returned SO years
the end of centurles-lonf pertecuUon. later they started rebuilding their [
temple. The Samaritans offered
After the death of King Solomon to help, but were sternly rebuffed
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Homcoming At Card Of ThanksWe
want to take this moment Period
the Guarantee
to express our thanks to our Look Beyond
Orange Sunday many friends and neighbors for
the flowers, food, and kindness
Homecoming will be held Sun during the loss of our loved one And Buy SPEED QUEEN.
day, August 22, at the Orange The Family of
Baptist Church with the pastor, A. M. Home r P.a
the Rev. J. H. Brown, preachingat U .
the morning service A basket It takes the average housewifeabout I "WORK-MORSE" Automatic WasherSimple
lunch is to be spread at noon four checkbooks to fill one II I
) The service Sunday will close a stamp book.
i revival that began Monday at the
I church with the Rev. Ewell\ Johnson .... .
i! pastor of Westwood Baptist to operate SPEED QUEEN CCINmAJED
i Church of Live Oak, as evangelist tAU.
I Any part of cycle can be
Members, former members, and 0r skipped or repeated. j
friends are Invited to Sunday's t ,
service and are asked to bring You're always the "boss 1it
their friends with them, the pastor -
said.Kiah FUND RAISED FOR PLASTIC SURGERY-A fund to provide
e r plastic surgery for Gregory Chappel (left),11,has passed the
\ J.1,000 mark In Houston, Tex The boy's mother Is charged
Eubanka Attend
: with disfiguring him. A. R. Johnson (tight) started the fund

4-11 Roan) MeetingKiah -/t Ii 4)) i k 9 9t
I Eubanks, local youth 9M
serving as state treasurer of Flor- Rutliff Adds Water Hard Factor M
ida 4-H Clubs, attended a meet- i Pond On Farm Here The minerals that make water
ing of the executive board of the Jack Ratllff. a cooperator with "hard" are mostly calcium and
Florida 4-H Club Council In ( the Suwannee River Soil and magnesium, which are easily re-
Tampa this week. Water Conservation District, moved with a household water
The board is the policy making l completed a stockwater: pond on softener
body of the state's 4-H Clubs and l G his farm west of Live Oak this e e
represents some 44,000 members week. Odom and Johnson Con The unique twist of cotton fiber
I It is composed of eight officers struction Company of Live Oak gives It many qualities.The .
elected by the assembly at the were the contractors.: The pond n r
t I annual state.meeting, and 12 district measures 119 feet long 90 feet Suwannee County ASC
representatives, elected from wide, and eight feet deep. Committee also set up a payment f
I the districts of the state. All of the spoil was spread and of 10 cents a cubic yard for the
Pensacola Bahia is to be sown amount actually exacavated. The
-- around the sides to prevent era usual cost of moving a cubic yard Q ?
I ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM .w sion. Ratllff was assisted In the of earth In a dug pond is 30 to 35
HOW TO KILL IT. HOODED BEACH CAPE site selection design and layout by cents, according to John Hampton
I IN ONE HOUR. designed by Castillo for Zac- the local Soil Conservation Ser soil conservation service
T-4-L mint top the Itch nVburnlng art In a hand-screened otto. vice technicians ] technician
or our 48. back at any drug mtorm man with giant butterflies.The All thisBuiltin
In I to I din, lnr.rt akin sloughs. coat Is a beach versionof
off. Then witch HEALTHY shin >ppcart MATCHING DRYER Quality
( NOW at LIVE OAK DRUG COt Castillo's "Beagling" coat AVAILABLePRODUCT
WISE'S DRUG In J.ip.r. of last season _I II and Dependability

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1 i RC VICTOR Need A Good Salesman?

Mw Jstu'

I COLOR TV c LOR Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a

Now RCA Hl-LlTE COLOR retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to rub

TUBE when he needed more help to sell merchandise.It .
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I ChasilsUltrasensitive the LANDIt END OP A HARD !DAY-Deauty qi'.fen BeiTA'ir'tt Anbaln
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UHF tuners !! tub.SM M.(...In....pltlun!dl.rn.ter) morn: m .it. T'Ionu11" li'tifUi would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman

.4' duo-cone speaker who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make all
.One-set VHF fine tuning SEE BUDDY FRIER msl itltl l-
i TODAY the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every

,, \ Stly..etvolum.control Be a little devilish! Drive an exciting day.

tubes I heat '65 DODGE DART
no no problems It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't

Town and Country make mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory,

I who found interested customers on short notice, and sold
Motors Inc.
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,,1 i'; LIVE OAK, FLA.

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.SCOCOTON b. dise.
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MwJfs/a sue MON TWtJ Wee THU Ml' SAT And that salesman would work at a low wage. That

SOLID STATE STEREO 1 12' 67 seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

I't With FM-AM.FM Stereo Radio See and Hear never get sick never lay off, never take a vacation, always

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State tuner Include f M Stereo.Studiomitlcchinger '
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comes only in air castles. and
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I RCAVICTOR MUCH MONTH Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper

I. advertising can't do for a ret.ai1.tore. It is the super "
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saleman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman All
';.;, PORTABLE RADIO that is needed him work
to school expense, fall clotKtncj car reparn.a to put to is calla representative

kli. Low In pikt.,high In quality!Full vacation that ran over the) budget imvranc of this newspaper at 3621734. h
Ifi tin portable hit optimind holt circuit premium that won't wait everything; teems to !
,J' engineered! to rival table radios come at one*. 1
I'I l In tefll livltr. Operitei on two tow- ''If lri cash that borrow
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eluded).Htivy iMfnet W ipetker me
uaee owes
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. Bryant Family Reunion Tempting "i' .Tomato I I Following the morning service No Bonded Indebtednefia

Draws Large Crowd aiigy Colored and at 4.00: pjn., a family reunion Florida has no bonded Indebtedness .
was observed at the church
I Members of the Bryant family or state Income tax. Excise,

(held thefr annual family reunion Used In Tasty Variety and featured a massive feut sales and other taxes provide 65

I Sunday August 8, at the home of News Here for the occasion u out of percent of the ,tate'. total reve
town guests were:
I nue.
Mr. and Mil James Bryant on !R
|Route Three Live Oak. ly Alia DNHOFFAMERICANS' Mrs. Marian C Shannon member I.

Present for the occasion and UM more than 1 farlio dove a I of Bethel AME Church. Miami The Cherokee, Xroguola and

I picnic lunch at noon In addition 2.4 billion pounds of tomatoes X c. each minced: green ''Meeting Is Held and president of the Florida Muakogean Indians are the only)

I to Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and their I annually. And no wonder. There pepper. minced: celery State Teachers Association: Mrs. tribes In North America knownto

(daughter Linda were: are quite literally hundreds of and minced onion 'I Rose Duhart Tamps state coordinator have hunted with blowguns.

Mr. and Mrs. Oene Bryant and dishes which taste better for, 1 e. chili sauce f At Ebenezer of TEPS: and Andrew

I children Debbie. Garry and Larry the tangy goodness of sliced or ft tsp. each powdered Hector, son of Mrs. Clan-tana guest speaker

: Mr. and Mrs Clyde Bryant diced ripe tomatoes. And there, mustard andWol'et'lterahlre i The fourth quarterly conference Thompson and an Instructor in Mrs. Ethel: Davenport of Jacksonville -

and children. Kenny and Tien- are Just u many that use the sauce held here last week at Etoeneter Browsrd County, will present at a special

net; Mrs Dlcle Bryant; Mr and tomato u a hula or secondary Peel tomatoes. Cut Into AME Church closed Sunday Woman's Day will be observed I program at the church at 8:00 \

iMrs. JimnUe Kent; Mr and Mrs. Ingredient. eighths. Remove seeds leaving: with a sermon by Dr. I. D. on September 13 with Mrs, C I. pm. Sunday !

{Russell Hancock and children. Her are some recipes.AXCHOVT the meat In chunks. Drain la Ford presiding elder Rev, J. C Hatcher, native of Live Oak and Regular services are scheduled: !

Phil. Diane, and Debbie Sue; Mr CHEESE strainer to remove alt liquid. Cherry, nephew of Mrs Rena now supervisor of minions for the: For Sunday with Rev A. M. 1

land Mra. A. P. Allen and children TOMATO ACCORDIONS Combine next 6 Ingredients. Bass was guest speaker to one of Eleventh Episcopal: District of White the church's pastor In !
Add tomato
tiara and Randy; Miss Sally 4 firm fresh tomatoes meat. the women's lroupe.I Florida and the Bahamas as the charge. '
Marinate In refrigerator 1 hr.
ston: Mr. and Mrs. Billy 1 c. (. os.) cottage cheese -
Remove garlic and drain re
amble and children Don and 4 tbap. anchovies, chopped I-
serving marinade for saladdressing'
: and the Rev and Mrs. John 1 e. diced celery a

jirutcherson and son. Roy, all of 1 tap finely chopped onion Combine
Oak 1 tip salt remaining ingredients.
VI Add to tomato meat.
Young People
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Bulthuls: H tsp. black pepper .
Serve In stemmed
glasses Ma
r. and Mrs. C. A. Wheeler andhtldren. I Head lettuce first course. Serves 4.. 'r 1

Vickie and LUa; Mr Whole anchovies for

knd Mrs. Talmadge Bullard and famish (optional) CAULIFLOWER TOMATOES Would You Like To Have The

hildren. Louis, Albert Patricia I Mayonnaise AND ANCHOVIES .

usan Ronnie and Oene; and Week tomatoes and cut off 1 head cauliflower cooked Ii

Mr. and Mrs. William Davis all a thin slice from the stem end. 1U lb. (3 cups) medium-sis

if Lake City. Stand each upright on cut end fresh tomatoes Gift of Life?

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bryant and and make 4 deep silts with a 20 rolled anchovy ffflels '

ldrea. Robert and Judy, and sharp knife joint from front 6 tbap. olive or salad oil

all of to back. 3 tbtp. win vinegar
|randaon. Jeff Towroon.
I'ellborn; Mr and Mrs. Jack Kentfikud Combine next 6 ingredients 14! tap salt For persons under 22 years of age

children Lamar and Marl- and fill silts with cheese mix +A tsp black pepper

I ton. all of Rlaleah; Mr and Mrs. ture.Arrange 3 tbsp. finely chopped Life Insurance
fresh onionSeparate $5000
[fired Lewis and daughter, Aman- on lettuce. If desired

[... an of Pllatka.ir. garnish with whole an cauliflower Into
flowerets. Cook In 1 In.
)< and Mrs. P. K. Bryant: andRttfldren. chovies.
water S to 7 mln. or until fork .
Jeff. Scott. and Wayne Serve with mayonnaise. This for only $20 a year
tender. Place In center of serr
rtfO. of Key West; Mr. and Mrs aerves 4.FRESH. ,
lug dish. ..
lVrgU) Orlffis and children. Vlrle. \
TOMATO COCKTAIL Wash and cut tomatoes Into
Stevte. and Debbie Lynn: and 1 ripe tomatoes crosswise slice U-ln thick. 1. NO MILITARY RE3TIUCTIONS
f las Jodey Hamra. all of Oalnea- ** e. olive oil Arrange around cauliflower. / 2. NO AVIATION RESTRICTIONS:
nei and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
lien: and children. Tommie andnl1. U e.lemon strained fresh Top each tomato slice with a 3. DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE:
Juke rolled anchovy fillet.
all of JaekaonTllle.Mr U tsp pepper Combine remaining Ingredients 4. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION: REQUIRED

and Mrs. Sam Hugglns and U tsp salt and serve with salad. 5. LICENSED INSURANCE CO.

andaort all of O'Brien; Mr, and .tt tap. crated lemon_ peel Serves 1... I \', a ''-.1
s. Pete Lee and children. OlenRay. : FOR INFORMATION CALL LIVE OAK 362.1046
and all of Bar- BICYCLING costume combines
a. Carol 1
wt and Mr. and Mrs. M. D 1 1111 I1.J olive, orange and white OR TALLAIIASSEE 274-9618

other and daughter, Daffeny Words of the Who striped sailcloth with white
D of Plant City Nothing more completely f"Doctor: r.jJ I) Tim'Just non-cruahable homespun a touch pants.of a Ed Sullivan Earl Wilkins Joe Miller

baffles one who Is full of ,

Wife Preservers tricks and duplicity than I &: top.sleeve on the double-bnasted .

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