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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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Miss Prizes Marsha Aicardfd Bird Chosen Tobacco Su vanneeSchools Oper Monday fl



Queen; Annual Festival Is Success .
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Miss Marsha\ Susan Bird, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I .
Sherrod L. Bird, was chosen 1965 Tobacco Queen here Sat.: Mitt Martha Dire h Crotcnnl 1965: Tobacco Oucenllemer Desegregated School System Assured;
Urday night and gained the honor of representing this
county in the Florida Crown Beauty Contest at Jackson : Parents Have Freedom Of Choice '

vine Beach next month. Miss Bird will enter the beachiTH1NJ01UiO' .. ,:t
event as Miss Suwannee county "t. ''lot' Suwannee County's school Ale! children will return
a title that toes to the young lady to school Monday\ morning August 30, when for the first
chosen queen of the annual Tobacco time history this county operates its school system as
Festival desegregated public chooM. The freedom of choice plan
Several thousand people turned ilovplitnoil htf he f-nllntv' school board irnlnail nnnmvatA'nr
out Friday to witness Uw annual \ ,
of Washington oWrl.l..it i
Tobacco Festival sum
events that
With L.. C. WedswerthDesegregation. began with a parade at 4:00: p.m. "" Potto J flee; For mer.Under
the plan developed by
played The to Jimmy a capacity Strickland crowd at how the i ,If'dlhorn ..i"tiroe'ed the board and approved by Washington I'

Much has been written and Mid Coliseum' during the evening. Cengmnmsn Don tutus said! the parent or parents of
About UM law that requires Miss Mary Alice Daniels was a tr this. week that the V. S. PmlOffice each child who Is to attend
schools of this land to operate runner-up in the beauty contest + r Department has sppreved school In Suwsnnre County, will
without regard to race, color, and Miss Lillian Louise Keen was plans foe a new fwUfflr have the opportunity to choose '1
creed, or rational origin.\ Thai first runner-up. Only the three building I. be ertcted si Well the school their child or children
this U now the Uw of the land top winners were designated. .t r born. will attend. TIll process of making
few dispute. Miss Kay Murrah. last years fMM said that push.) efflrl- a choice of schools has been I
That beta so. the people of queen crowned Miss Bird to climax sis. had Informed him that a going on since last May f I
this county fo on trial here Monday this part of the fesUvaL Homer h structure .f sums ttet square Application for entry and
when our schools open for Ratttff as president of the Live feet to ,I.n...". The Pwit Of. choice for assignment In every
the first time in history on a desegregated Oak Junior Chamber of Com floe Department b. .. advertise case must be approved by the
basis. merce presided durint the event, .1.1)1" fee bids I.. the eonstrerllait ef school board before principals can
That Uw plan win work I have Following the parade which I .... building' with the s**eewfl enroll students In their schools.
no doubt provided Uw matter U fp.tumthe Sheriffs Posse under \" ", bidder le Mass the needed Superintendent Henry' M. Folsom .
left in Uw hands of those who Bob Holmes and led by Sheriff : IIor 1 slreclnre U the Department.The said here Tuesday that there
mutt make: it wort leaden I Duke McCalllster, who passed up > ;I ;p JIll. Cengremnsn bad ailed are approximately 50 pupils In I
and children. Tht only way trouble riding the hone selected for him for a study .. k me. ef the the county who attended school
win com U for adults byword In favor of his automobile, a rodeo -- to .... I. facllllle al Weab.rn..u r.- here last year whooe parents have .
-- .1. .. .J //I I1'1/ .....l '.. nut at the present time, made a
.-! ef residents. el
and action to make: matter was held at the Coliseum that area
'W'OI'M.' grounds. 1"rMWt.. BstUff ., Ue Uve Oak Jayeeea !lusts en as Miss Kay Merrab, 1)11 l lobaeee wbe felt that th. .". .,. there choice of schools.. They have not
Then will be over 10 colored The band and color guard for qeee..places the news ., errk en this. year's winner, Miss Marsha au.-.. Mir Mary Alice Dsnlrls.. was ..*..... le serve the been assigned. to a school pendIng
boys and girls scattered thnwutUw the parade came here from the .......*. to et .. the qeeen sad Miss UllUn Leelse Keen, who was .Judged. flnt ninnenip. Is at pecple .. the Wellborn ires.e filing of Utelr parents' choice
Naval Air the eitresM, rlgbl. by the school board, he continued.
Station
twelve trades In the Lire Oak at Jacksonville. IDemerrat Staff rhetel)
public Khools that were formerly Miss Bird as the queen did the Folsum pointed out this choice M
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all whit*. honors at the award of growers Local TeachersAir should be made prior to Friday
It can and win be an orderly. prism made to those who sold tobacco I To Dedicate noon otherwise. there can be considerable .
affair if adults win l restrain from here this year The awards Airport Saturday delay In enrolling thesechildren l
Problems for the board
JntnfwtM and allow arhnel Ill.tkJall. were made nnnlbl tnr local merchants must up-
-- such choices before the
whoop. mponslbUity It to and warehouse operatorson erove
to te* their plan worU. to iron the Live Oak market thru the Congressman Don Fuqua Will Make At child or children will be accepted
Meetings by principals si the
county'sschnols.
out difference that may arise. Suwannee County Chamber' of f7ii// /o/r 11'.0"11111
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Oood eltlaenshlp. such as the ( .. SAdult CaUrrN es rage 11 Suwannee .
Address Of County Uachtrispent
Dedicatory Mfft The superintendent paid that
Facility here Tonight
people of this county have displayed two days of their first week 69 .
on mMnerous occasions' Will Bay Cooley, head f..tbB of school duty last week In a series students who formerly attended
win result in law and order. I am Class Suwannee County's .now airport will be officially', wash al ........ HUh of m..Un.hlch consisted one 0'he two colored
proud that this county. is reef dcdkated here Saturday Afternoon at 2:00: p.m. with I Ie..... tato year and bto. Mall of concentrated plans for schools of the county, had applied
,-- 'Used. M on* where tow and prdee Congressman Don Fuqua making dedicatory address ., ......... eea hes will .. effective teaching. The meetings more to transfer to Live Oak white
deeJre4 and where most elUs- Regis.trationSeptember The facility was built by the Board of County Commissioners I aseeta! geests al a meeting el were part of the prt-plannlnt IN*. I ('-II.... .. Page IIACL t;
ens are worthy" of the &2u.- with, county funds and a federal grant. all work the II...... ......... red beretonight. phase of Uw school year,
Ood-fearins and law-abiding 7 has been eompwwa. and me rsrlllty (Tberwlsrl I st INpjn. : Kenneth Wood president sf To llulM Nt'
people. accepted' by Uw panty snd Tbe nw4lnr will be bM the Suwannee County CdurstlonAssociation : ." I
John A. Cade director of adult r A,k. tl'ult Gyration Uw federal aviation ..1ftWJ.IIqUa .. the ..-. ... Hlgb Il.bw4 and Mrs. hone ItrUff At Spring
Speaking .f desegregation education In this county, an Fair Concession Standom win make the main address Cafeteria .......n. O. a Bend Driter, president of the clam*. An appltosltosi has been made
plans there are a number' that nomad here this week that these i.l..1 the a..__ of Uw afternoon with Mayor the .*s4.rs said here T._ room teachers department open I.h.. DevertsMnl ... Army
win be approved m Washington. Interested In attending adult Gate. AlMieq ills J. Mayor Fhinips. Board Chairman day ed th. session with a general by the AlUnUe Coast Line
One would assign children to classes for Uw 1WS school week salad fee bUs frees leeslargMtaalleM Curtis A. Humphries and o..W .CWley and ... meeting st which Jack BUvervt Rslk... Greasy far approval -
school according to districts, year are urged to register ,.... .. rental ., tke City Council Prudent Norman sUf weald ...... a short pee.inn of the Florida Education Assort el plane .. haw a new flied
bated on where their parents tore. day. September 7, at 7:30: pm. faiN ,.*4 and drink ssmesdenstand Pro man dated. to have parts on .....sad.. SHMMS eretswels al sliott was the guest speaker bridge ever the ...suites Blvue
This plan would Uw Hlgb Into .*....
that
require the
Buwaimee Junior Kith School 4mrim Fair wet. Tbe program. Principals of schools in Uie near lewannee dseings, II will.
county be divided into districts Auditorium. Fair greep ..w owns lbs farlHt Clerk Lavaughn A. Sessions A ebltaes puss snpswe will county presented their faculties. rvelMe the prvernl eirwslere
similar Id thoet now used for He saM that classes win be setup > and an arrwwnrt fer .... who serves as secretary and auditor .. Steves' D*.e rid and ailnwsslwrs at the session with a special ...1. ever Ibe river at that sll...
school baud members and county fei seeordsnee with Interest ..u.. with the lied Legion to the board will outline how are .tovltod. .. sllend.B ante to new teachers Items of Tie new. ,.......s1 raiireedbrMge
eooimtoaianers. Under this shown by students.. Cade added he ruse lam e.....*... Uw facility was financed aNt rite lartleular Interest and Import' will have .. overall
plan, where a child lives determines kit sore classes la Uw business Crvwet .>0>r., sbainnsn ., the advantages accruing to the anee were Included, during the length el sleet le. feel and
which school he or she.attends. are and for those who desire to Uw ......... fee rental ef thefaettMy. county from Uw fw't,. Adams UrgesRespect bualMM maal.n-. all. .h..h- r.. ..wW J. ....... ...._ fa
1 graduate from high school wffl be saM bto greep would County Commissioner Uunar Roy Bowdoln.: county supervisor: will prevU a bsrlssntsl cues;-
Another plan permits &.en- Included In this year's Ian. meet si II:" ..... en sVptess- Hancock II to be master of ,'.. I For outlined plans for Inservicetralnlnt se el It tart the pangs.II. .
gallon of schools by trades. Tfeto The director told H was Important bee t. ..$. to the CWereneesUees monies for Uw event ; for last Thursday .r...,. ... channel sad vevttoal ..,.
plan would require far tnsUnr. that students' register. when to ... AgvteeMers BelM- 1 County Commissioners Lame B i noon and for all day last Friday ..*. ., u.. let above erdlnMy
that all first trade students .. specified so as not to lose class. .... at wbtrh tknw the .... will Robrrson. Bill Bonds and MsrvMHonw Law OrderJudge All Instructional personnel were ... water and 1SJ tat abeveeHlnarv
mmimA. la schools\ of the oount aI be ...n.d and an sward m.4e.BM will also participate In the hen divided Into groups accord high sat...
based oa distance they five frees todents who plan to spMtfleeilMs are Kited dedication. Other county officials Hal W, Adams was guest mt to averts) fields of Interest. Pelnl. a e asrws.M .....**
1 school and eventually reeultsto I r"m tt Douglass High .ttfond// ta detail to an edvwtlMswnt are eipectsd to |loin In Uw cere speaker si the weekly luncheon 'A number sf .leaders In ..... fIeld bit the s4lea4Mi sbsnld be
district assignments.. win reflster on the same ... Ills .... ., the tewsnneeAagtttt --- meeting at' the Lli. Oak HoUrvr were here for sonfereness. raw bWere ...4smbef It. I Ms.wHb .
Another M known as Uw ,..- at the same time at Desernb The; airport U located south of r Club Monday noon and discussed Those partlclpatln In this wIN. the C.o. el Kntlnsere atSeiKemhtr
does of dos ce plan and this k and along Uw Live Oak. Perryand I, the cumulative value clvle clubs .. I CenlineiNl en Page It Ja.he uv11wiriii
the one its eounty submitted as Oulf Railroad hut west ef I arrow Uw nslion could hsvt on I
best for .......... eo.a..... I 2 heat Day the cross arm and !lumber mill I maters) life.Rotary .
acre able II Uw pwa best lor tar. operated by If. C Cross and Sore. .. Clubs. and others likeIt" OpYrl 13
for it 4ses aOow parents' to at New Price Established For It can be reached also by the he said "can be the warp
swat have a ..,.. to what school Average ; county road west ef the local forestry and woof of Uw strength of this Policies Adopted) Operation Swine I
their children wO attend. Under unit that runs south to the nation If they are made up e fpeople ( I'
Uw other plans ehotet to elbwetf Live Oak RnVlit Leaf Tobacco Mart\ I railroad. afire
no __ with dedication of
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Evaluation I
and assignment Bust be u --- The landmt strip al the airport service .to others : Center Located I here I
made SB del... land arras with- Leas pounds but more money_ this. .la the final results stretches east *nd west on the The retired" jurist said a glow.
wet recant to personal prefereese.As of the 1965 tobacco season as far M the LJve Oak market plot and to long enough for twin look at the makeup ef deli Chiosthnemil I'ollcles for the operation( of the Florida ".''n. Eralu
.Is concerned. Official ur.. released her this week by engine aircraft to lend here. the land would revealUy I lion Center which will open her on Heptember IS harp
one ef Uw men who tatted Mayor J. )aryls! Phillips, who also serves as' sales Flans for further development art composed, of the finest been formulated. and will I U disseminated t (o farmert of I
wtttt Washington ofTwiato abortIke .( for the local l market. how lass k. superA .. .. .. ef Uw facility are now betnt sluMe. > men In each community and he area County .Agsnt I'aul Crewg laid here thb w ek.
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mat..* last an. I feel sore totaled '*.1.11. pounds ...., -- ----r>- ....- *A--A,. I (! 4 r_. ..*/: en rage II/ Ne. I <'_...... a Fags II erI..s.t..t..s/ the '.,llle u A,. .& l_.<&.... .....
lee ....w .. freedom plan to the from the UI'UO pounds sold -seine Indmtry JQ UUs 'slate 'by

CM wills I..toaptemmtlnc.. desired by those charted IPH.ta. .1 Fraturri ()/ Mr (J'I''', Annual Tobacco Fnttrttl prevullnt tested data en breedtnt.
new eJvU the money paid for the / fa*da. parasttos.. and other rslat
fights tows. however the err tree. Buyers V t 14 1&.... .It .lit operate tnvlerdlreeUon
.Me Ia fact sometimes cne lets the paid .......nu' far the IMSn a re sUw Atrleulturtl. Is*
that apprwv.t to rvhsetsnUy sold here whereas the yer .tension. Servtoe' el the Universityef
given with the expectation vtolattosw before more pounds brought.. I rv.td. with a rsahtonl .hrdsmsn. .
win occvr sad more dryads i jeetx i1 I An advisory board aside. "*
action to brmc ,...... tfessredwtt 4, :: .. members of the Ftorlo'a twine
she I
be Justified.Those There was a marked tofuvuewnt .
P'red'r.n
msrtet average saw 1 Association and reprnwnuUves -
win* whoa* we tsJted from HlU4 IndiMirtos .
wear tost year. Ia fact.M aJ I
bout I year
mstoUnt that U we wm to .. l via stoe odd Hi Its eperttton.
Ota. I pay handred ... racked KP for 1 --
Oswtsa
***; en rat II 1 .
the seasmi average this year to "l'I I
bettor than any average" previous1y ,tI I Any fwtr pro4ue m Uw\ stale
FSV Omu To Prevent made at the tea 8I&IUI. Tne to eligible/ to tnlsr tost gi-oujw.
144 everasw w IMM and atUw I presiding space to tradable and
Show October 30 nee weafrJttobeeneefttwlbest I' an jMAftoaUetw are ..... OnlY'ei'
A ........ wee stead thtowvefc ever ..... i* turn group pr' brsedef win
that mm brtef the fssw4 Best dey al the total market I i I be sOre4 anus all pane are not
flu Owns to ..... Oak tee naiifirmssii tim year was the first Mandsy Muh. I\ ftltod.
en ........r. Oe .at.... :L Haw pee/ids lOW Test troupe win ........ el four
tober Pi at 1:tt p+t The ...n4VVnl that day than any ettwr del this pig. each ....,... MpoutMto
it PWBOKWI'W these ..,. 1M ..... and the Oar1 avmgv set snd not mere. than 19 says als
11M Oak nrineOsb. Bsw ...n I lit prtcv sUfTsUesj .. AIa"7.., be all banvwser
..,. IIiIwtIa -... aslri w.ebwUde : the Live Osk Osom SeJee AnSStilTfTT any gomMnetton. el barrows
pds saw to ...... p-. I."** .... .. Ise 1 and guts m) to two 1ft&&. The pigs
a 4ser of an.- .... > .. can to et el ". three or four
,... ...... wrS be .... w the' sa aw a daft average / I4IJLWHHn bttm but not mere than two pigs
Lod NSR. RsiL Ildllmar the Btthtet .et nntrded' at U's -..---- per Utter
1M solo w Maleg Malt stby ; Oak fur eat .s* Abeve s4 ton to the Ksry ..... tswrd and toad frees the /**. shvwn k>.*ng W a saw ..... si tbe rW. lea to the s4 Bafvowe must be castrated an4
.ars.fM.w r 0e. ..... FnflBps seisl 0w the blurtIlU1 anus Nash AST ...... Slat W be parade .. bto* elf tbe sex Ine Cultouss: et bee ... wue I heetod. before b.mc bswugni to
t..... .... Pnnssil en Fag II aswl ....... ........ Iwo FHAsr. At law right ..*vy WasUe to lDe.aseuA full Fbetoel the en..,. AH animals must beIN

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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, IS


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OtitekAbout II FLORIDA'S I It Happened In t ,





eag e That And Farm Suwannee County, Florida


1 Front

1915-1940-1955
Let U. Begin Again Remember August', 1945Just

Rioting and looting among Negroes In Los about this time twenty years ago, August BrDoyle E. 1
Angeles Chicago and other areas are the symptoms
1945 the
greatest war ever fought on this earth ConnerLess
of a social problem this county Is not going to solve came to'an end. After seeing two atomic bombs --- Taken From The Filet Of

merely with more and more civil rights legislation. dropped their homeland decidedit SUWANNEE _
on the Japanese has been heard publicly In 'filE DEMOCRAT
This sort of violence and terrorism finds Its I'
was time to surrender unconditionally recent weeks about the foreign -
root structure a lot deeper than the struggle for I
That ended a war which began on the morn- farm labor controversy betweenU.
equal rights and opportunities that our national Ing of September 1, }839, when Adolph Hitler's S. Labor Secretary W. Willard 1915The due to arrive In Live Oak at 11:10: matter of watching out for sch
many'areasof this morning. children both in the country an!
leadership is so pre-occupied with. armies invaded Poland in Europe, some 8,000 miles Wirtz and growers in of Wllmarth and
The whole problem Is a matter of responsibility the nation. But don't think people city.
rather than equality. If the leadership of away.The the battle has ended or that eith- vicinity enjoyed a box supper at Eight members of the Suwan-
Oermans and the British fought from 1939 er side has slackened its pace. the school house Friday night of nee Campfire Girls with their Nuptial vows were exchanged
this nation national state and local; white and until May 8, 1945 or a period of almost six Consumer Interest in the dls last week. The attendance consisted leader. Mrs. Albertlne Willis Sunday afternoon at 6:00: pjnj

Negro were as determined to teach responsibilityas years. The United States did not become involved putt has been aroused by recent I of the entire community demonstrated Campfire work and by Miss Carol Sue Mal and Irif

they are to force equality we would not spill so until December 7, 1941, so that American participation publicity given to Increased food ; and the contents of the boxes ritual and explained the historyof Joseph Ross in the First Met.bo

much blood in our streets. in this war lasted only something over prices. However, some Washington satisfied the young fellows thatIt the organization when Live dial Church in the presence of
That America in a nation of laws and not of three years. officials are attempting to would be well to have a cook, Oak Kiwanis met at the suwan- host of relatives and friends.

men Is basic to our civilized society It is this disregard The result of that minimize the role of the farm chosen from among the young nee Hotel last Friday. Miss Mal Is the daughter of
war, however, or one
for law, or defection from society, that pro- of them, was that the United States emerged as labor problem citing adverse ladles of that part ft the county. Campfire girls\ Included In the Mr. and Mrs. Randolph W. Mai I
duces climate for rioting and civil disorder.It weather conditions and other factors program were Betty Maud New- and Mr. Ross the son of Mr. and]
the leading nation of the world and the leading as major causes of rising John Fennington contemplatesa some Frances Roan Doris Ann Mrs. Green B. Ross.
should be clear to thinking person by
any
force for democracy in a dangerous post-war prices.To trip to> Chile. He has been Informed Burdlck, Joyce Merchant Evelyn
now that opening the doors of society to Integration world. But back In 1945, many of us were naive say that the labor problem that cattle grow there to Chapman Debris Wrede. Delore Live Oak's National Guardsmen 1

of the races Is not going to bring peace and enough to think that. there would be fifteen is the single cause of increasedfood the greatest state of perfectionand Creekmore and Frances Mliell. will return here this week end af-1

brotherhood. They come only when men have twenty or even thirty years of comparable peace, prices' is Incorrect. To denyor that the meat from them is ter a two week encampment at
mutual respect for one another and thereby live with democratic forces gaining the ascendancy discredit its relationship to especially tender and well flavor Traffic in livestock was heavyat Ft. McCkllan. Ala., where they

in harmony and understanding. everywhere. higher prices, however, is equally ed. Fletcher's Livestock Auction have been undergoing summer |
All men must earn the respect of others through I Inaccurate and misleading. Market for' Wednesdsy's sale, training.
This
was a great dream, and the dream of
living up to their responsibilities of citizenship One of the major causes of Mr. R. O. Bonnell. one of the''I with Yates Johnson reporting 642 .
the boys who fought and died in World War II such misleading Information has leading merchants of Live Oak hogs and feeder pigs and 297 head
whether they are white or Negro. This means recognzlng -- and unfortunatelyy It has not come true. been the lack of current, reliable and a man who had the respect of cattle bought Fi", !h Itecpivetl) For
of the land and
and obeying the laws practicing
-Latoe Wales News and pertinent Information on all and confidence of all his friends .
The Golden Rule. phases of crop conditions and and associated died at his homein Slocking Pond Here

Let us begin again. Season Hurricanes harvesting operations. The Infor- this city Tuesday morning at 1955 Channel catfish for stocking a
-News-Herald Perry mation which has been compiled 1 o'clock after an Illness of several Three members of Uve Oaks number of Suwannee County

Now comes the time of the hurricane along the is correct, but its use tends to months, at the age of 51 Suwannee Future Farmer of America farm ponds were delivered here

Craze For Records Atlantic and Oulf coasts. The Midwest, which present an Incomplete and misleading years. Chapter will set a recordfor this week by the U. 8. Fish and
must fight the tornado battle all summer long Is "situation analysts" because Florida when they receive the Wildlife Service to Suwannee
Though some people are unaware of it, the Information Council met In regular Soil and Water Conservation
fortunately spared the hurricane threat, as Is much relevant City organization's highest degree River -
business of cutting records baa Crippled In the past the West Coast. Is omitted.For session and those present were 8. that of American Farmer, at the District cooperators.
ten years, and Is enjoying an unprecendented boom. example In the reports J. White president of the council 28th annual National Convention Farm owners receiving the fish
Some record company officials admit the entire Each storm will be named and weather men that showed the progress of celery and Alderman C D. Black- of the PTA in Kansas City Mo.. were George Burnham, B. E.

country has gone on a record craze, and are from Miami to New York will become the centerof harvesting In Florida this well. J. A. Peeler\ and E. J. In October. Fletcher. Clarence Ooff, Ernest

obviously happy about the trend. attention during the next few months, shoulda past season, labor department officials Blume They are: Herbert Boatrlght. Holmes, Harry L. Howes. Charles

As far as the modern singers are concerned hurricane threat arrive. considered the number of City tax collector showed collections son of Mr and Mrs. Ross Boat- Miller J. B. Mills and Robert
Nowadays the tracking of hurricanes has attained acres harvested as the major to the amount of 890. right Thomas P. Hurst son of Vann. .
we must admit that some of them are so far out
a certain degree of accuracy and their factor In determining whether or Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hunt Sr. In each case these fish are
. we have difficulty making contact with them. course can be followed to a reasonable degree not the supply of labor in the H. F. Smith. George H. Wynn. and Dewayne' Lyons son of Mr. being added to ponds already

However, there is no denying that the country is Perhaps In the relatively near future we will learn field was sufficient. and L. J. McCall of Jasper came and Mrs. Edgar Lyons. stocked with bream and bass and
experiencing a new beat in the way of rhythm and ) NOT reported was the extreme over to Live Oak Tuesday In Mr. I should provide additional fish
what causes them and
day.
vocals, and the record companies couldn't be hap one possibly, man damage done by: Inexperienced Smiths handsome touring car. Sheriff Hugh Lewis Chief of production per surface acre of
pier might be able to partially control their destruc- and Incapable workers when foreign Police Perman Foy. and State water In the pond. John Hampton -

The experts admit that they can never tell tlveness. workers were not available.It Trooper Harold Bland today technician with the censor*
when a song Is likely to "go." One criterion which In this connection The Cocoa Tribune has a Is disgusting to see as I did. 19/0 called the attention of local citls- titian agency here said Monday.
hurricane map which Is available at this being cut too ens to the fact .
works about fifty per cent of the time, is that If a office top quality celery Local high school students begin that school opens
and the Radio Station WEZY. high the resulting in Monday The three. law mechanical' cotton
song sounds ridiculous the words are a joke, and The map traces the on plant to get a line on what the new enforce- The first
past paths of hurricanes and gives many informative the loss of more than 50 per cent school year is going to be like ment officers called for complete picker was patented after the
music nowhere the record will become hit.
the
a hints to those In the areas traveled by hurri of the stalks by the time the when registration begins Monday cooperation_ by everyone In the Civil War
if should to catch of m
However you happen some
canes. So far this year there has not been a bur- product was packed. for enrolees in the 12th grade.iegUitratlon .
the words of today's latest records they may be Another factor not fully considered -
and enrollment will
ricane reported. But it Is always better to be
somewhat on the morbid side. pre- was the degree of crop
be held in the forenoon of the
pared for them when
Observing the popular dance "creations" on they come. maturity. Celery, sweet corn and following days: 12th grade, Mon I
television and news proara It's a sure bet to Today we can only marvel at their awesome many other crops are planted on a day, August 26; 11th grade, Tuesday -
say they are getting exercise, power, the staggering amount of water these staggered production schedule so August 27; 10th grade Wednesday James B. Daniels
-Cocoa Tribune rainstorms carry Inland, the power of the wind. that different fields will matureon August 28; and 9th grade,
and the unpredictability of their course. They area various dates Harvesting ope- Thursday August 29.

reminder how limited are the powers of men rations must be feared to coin- Funeral Homes
Not A Good SubstituteDespite even with nuclear bombs. cide with maturity date. Prices followed a decline In

Its awesome attributes, automation Cocoa Tribune This put season, because labor quality of leaf offered on the

cannot substitute for human intelligence. For was frequently short or unavailable Live Oak Tobacco market this UVE OAK and BRANFORD
growers were forced to abandon week with the poundon
all their prodigious powers of calculation or ana Relaxation Is fields to with average per
ImportantAlmost certain keep up sales through Thursday dropping .
lysis, all technical Instruments perform slavishly. everyone finds a time during which fields just coming Into maturity. to from 14 to 16 cents per Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-
Their output Is no better and no worse than their Where possible, they went back
he .is under strains from business, family or other pound or well below the 18 and equipped ambulances call
on twenty-
instructions.A later and salvaged! put of the
one-half average or better prevailing -
activities. It is Important In life that
computer, for example can only deal with able to release this strain through some persona type of are re- damaged crop, but some plantIngs until this week opened. four hours each day in both Live Oak
problems where It knows all possible alternatives, had to be plowed under
and has been told how to weigh them against each laxation. In the citrus picture, federal Company "E" of the 124th Infantry and Branford.
Games and hobbles are many times used. by in.divlduals officials last year repeatedly cited of the National Guard the
other. Its "go, no go" decisions are actually pre-
for relaxation. It Is Important that a person the fact that harvesting was exceeding Live Oak contingent left Alex
decided by some human intelligence realize that these hobbles and games are for the previous year's without andria. La., at 7:20: p.m. last -. CALL DAY OR NIGHT-
Far from replacing human brainpower! the relaxation, and for the fullest enjoyment and benefit considering that the Industry night and Seaboard Airline Railway .
age of automation places an even greater premiumon mould be used as such Is still recovering from the severe Agent Ernmett HoIJoway said UVE OAK BRANFORD

mental skills. The need for absolutely clear If this is not kept In mind many times these frees of 196263. the Guardsmen's troop train was
and thorough Instructions has acted as a new and activities will become harder work or create greater Neither was the staggering amount 362-3333 935-4100
tougher discipline the human Intelligence. The of damage done to citrus by
on strains than those activities which the person Is vent future crop losses which will
new tools also provide more complete and accurate trying to escape. rough handling reflected: in the cause economic hardships for J. B. DANIELS JR., LP.D.
Yet fruit Inspectors -
official statistics.
data. But what Inferences are drawn from this -Lake Wales News reported the largest degree growers and higher food prices:
data and what uses are finally made of them still of for everyone.
of "pitting" and scarring
depend on human Judgments. Vet Schools Needed fruit In their memories a re-
-News Lakes Wales suit of Inexperienced labor.
The population explosion Isn't confined just These are examples of losses In

to humane There's one going on In the animal quality and quantity noticeable
crop
/. Saving Lives Expensive?
kingdom as well. Within the next 20 years In fact to the consumer In hither
Unhappily, the presumption! that everyone Is a the number of pets and farm animals in the United food prices and lower quality

safe driver until proven otherwise has shown to be States Is expected to reach one billion. The brunt of the losses, however, NONV .. .

bloody and untrue. This war the figure tossed out recently by was felt by Individual growers .

By the time the unsafe driver Is discovered, he Dr Don II. Bpangler, president-elect of the Amer. to the point of bankruptcy. In Yid YOUR e

has killed or maimed others. lean Veterinary Medical Association to underscore some cases.We're .

While not new, the need outlined last week by his plea for more veterinary schools.By 1
Staff Writer Marian Wynne for guard rails In the to plug of
1080. he says, we will need at least 41.2:10': trying some
center of '. high-speed by-passes and expressways the Information gags in Florida's
more vets more than twice as.many are today.
Is something to be considered now. reporting system this year. Several 7 .

Already, care speeding' out of control from one a Cocoa Tribune months ago, I appointed a

lane, across the divider strip and Into the path of committee to Investigate the
Next time you feel your temper rising try to breflng up" of our crop reporting -
onrushing traffic have claimed several Dade lives. LM
think of the viewpoint of the other person. Sometimes activities and to Initiate action -
The expressways are more heavily traveled
even the most stubborn opponent will relentIf when necessary,
than ever you try to see things his wry The committee recommended a
Deaths are certain to mount. and the
Press-Gasette Milton new reporting system,
The small compared to the awful toll In first new reports are. coming out

life cost of planning center-strip guard rails for this month. The initial reports

future expressways In Dade should be no leu an cover seedbed plantings, which:
The Suwannee Democrat
item than any other safety factor built Into our are one indication of the amountof
road acreage which win be planted
, new program.
OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA"In later.

Coral Gables Times the Heart of th* Ssinwin Riser KsZIay" As we move Into the major crop \Ve all hit trouble spots. If it is financial perhaps a loan

harvesting season many other
Horn Rloicers BANNER: Consolidated LEADER special reports win be Issued, and can be arranged to help you over it. A Savings Accountis

Whenever group, young and old alike, are Established 1884 August 1 189T Established 1818r officials In Washington win geta
asked to designate which phase of traffic .bll.h.4 Evtry Tainday at rine Conner Stnt' more complete picture' of Florida's the best long-term protection for the emergencies which
conditions
and harvesting
safety Is most Important, education, engineering or Louie C. Wadsworth... Editor & Publisher crop needs.

enforcement education usually Is given a 100 percent Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor occur to all of us in time.

vote Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager
That Is probably the right answer althoughthe George (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman are Cooperating Florida Department In the ney of system Agriculture -
two other phases are Important. In that case It
Second Class' Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida' Divisions of Marketing
is proper to suggest to the scores of driver-training
and Fruit and Vegetable Inspection
schools that the course of training should Include SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 84.00 the Federal/State Crop Re- I

impressive points on the part horns are Intended to RATES m _Outside Suwannee County 83.0< porting Service the State ASC8

play In driving. Perhaps a special course In this Is ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance Office, the Florida Celery and
in order Sweet Corn Advisory Committees
Too many drivers not all of them teenagers the Florid Industrial Commission COMMERCIAL BANK
MEMBER: OF ,...
.w
Jean.on the horn button too oft i. at all hours of and other groups. ..... .
day and night Florida rrc-..Association[ ] This cooperative project should W III OF LIVE OAK
Jackson County Flortdan Marianna 8UVT ANNEX COUNTY labor needs In Florida agricul- LIVE OAK FLORIDA
I
true. opefuHy. the U. a Labor Department
.Experience Is rarely valued by those who need dumber of Coaumrt' : ; win recognise these -.. .

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE THREE


lrl. Jack Henry Sandlin I Clurk-Ba I A/2c And Mr. Gerald Gray 41

&c9'WOMEN? d f > == Nuptial VowsMiss --1 I

Bonnie Pays Clark -'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Clark of this city and James Albert : ar ,
BUM son of Mr. and Mrs
Curtis M, Bass of Mulberry reunited
I In marriage, Saturday August .
'$ fourteenth at eight o'clockIn
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor '.. the evening In the Rocky Sink
.
,,, 't r ;gr.SY4 r: Baptist Church with the Rev
'
Wes.tHoo l Baptist' Church Setting For Nuptial 5, L j'lnri.lt"l4maid Vernon double-ring Clifton ceremony.officiating at the r +

Vows Of :Mi\ +a Glenda Brim And Jack Sandlin Two large baskets. of mums and w

Sunday afternoon, August twenty-second, at three gladioli bras oandalebras and
o'clock Miss Glenda Faye Brim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. palms Wl'reLwei to form the
to Jack Henry Sandlin I nuptial candlelight, setting. Mark.
A. A Brim was united in marriage
i ins the family pews were white
son of Mrs. Mamie Sandlin in the Westwood Baptist satin bow.
Church with the Rev. Nathan Wooley officiating at the ,
Mils Lynn Johnson pianist
double ting ceremony I a pure white orchid, atop a white accompanied Miss Nancy Robinson
Palms fresh emerald foliage bride's Bible a gift of friend of i soloist, who sang, "0 Promise
basket and bras candelabra the Westwood Church. She worea 13H i Me" and "The Wedding Prayer
with burning taper and two bras I dainty gold bracelet with a single The traditional wedding marches
floor baskets of white gladioliand pearl a gift of the groom. were played.
large mums formed the I The mother ot the bride worea The bride, given In marriage by
background for the nuptial vow* blue lace sheath over taffeta I her father wore a formal gown of
The family pews were marked with matching accessories and a irtlk organta and Chantilly lace
with white satin ribbon and cluster yellow cymbidium orchid. fashioned with a molded bodice,
of wedding bells. The mother of the groom worea sweetheart neckline, and long
'
Mrs R. M. Frier, organist lilac lace sheath over taffeta sleeves' Her skirt of l lace featured
played "Walk Hand In Hand". : featuring bateau neckline aru'. an apron of lace and oranaa'i
"Whither Thou Ooest". and I short sleeves with matching sccesiiorles Her fingertip veil of sheer ,
"Wedding Prayer". and a yellow cymbIdium luslon wan attached to a cap of
Miss Nelda Wearer attended orchid. organza and lace petal accented
the bride as maid of honor. She Following" the ceremony a reception with pearls.
wore a floor length sleeveless. WM held In the Social She carried a white orchid and
aqua satin gown featuring a lowered halt of the church. Luncheon Anna .MillorKoportt llllei of the valley.
round neckline The skirt The bride's table was overlaid Chris For Hiss! Brim I AcdsitieM! Mr. James Robinson attendedher
fell Into soft pleata. Her headpiece with a whit lace Cloth over pink Activities of the Anna Miller slater as matron of honor
was a matching satin rose 1 a white net full gathered floor' The Holiday Inn. Lake City Circle during August were reported Her dress was of lavender embossed :
attached to a nose veil. She carried I length skirt fell from the cloth. was the setting Saturday for a at the regular businessmeeung peau de sol with a scalloped -i
a long stemmed pink Sensation Centering thr. table was a crystal bridesmaid luncheon honoring Monday night Mr. Carl neckline and belt-shaped
rosebud, the stem of the rose candelabra holding pink tapers) Miss Olenda Brim with Mrs Mat Moore presided leading the skirt Her headpiece wa a short Miss Ulms !U.4.... dsmhler .( Mr. and Mrs Jose Mendoaaf :
was satin wrapped and matching and an arrangement of pink roses lori FennelU" Mrs Ollen Sperring. pledge to the American flag. The tiered veil of Illusion attached to Manila P. I., exchanged yews with A/I Gerald Gray, son .! Mr.
streamers. She wore a single bsby's-breath. and white lacy and Mr. Mack Todd. hostesses. chaplain's prayer was given by a matching bow, She carried a and :lies link Gray ., this city an Jan firth at a ceremony. heldIn
strand of pearls and short gloves, porn pons. The three-tiered cake The luncheon table was over Mrs. W 1C. Laughlnghouse. nosegay of matching carnations. Emilia: Ttiareh with Magdslena ('aisle. Trinidad Amanwl. I
a gift of the bride. was embossed with light pink laid with a white cloth and cen' Highlighting the social programfor Bridesmaids were Miss Martha Jew Mendosa and Namarl flromman ai ponton..
Mr. Philip Odom. matron of rosebuds. The crystal punch bowl I'fdIth a low floral design of the month was a very successful McFarland and Miss LaTrello Airman Gray Is with the Air tree and stationed. st Clark
honor won an aqua gown styled i held pink punch. summer flower In tones of while Luau dinner held In the delis\ Their drones ot pale yellow kid' Manila P. I.Burharu .
identically to that of the maid Mrs. Buford Ratllff greeted the and lavender Ballroom of the Elks Lodge on and blue were Identical to
of honor, well a* her accessories. I guests and presented them to the Double wedding bell place cards Saturday, August 14. Approximately that of Ute honor attendant si I
e" carried a single receiving line. Mr*. Leon 0111 and marked the seamplaces.. \ one hundred and twenty- were. their headpiece' and accessories. Smith (sale lloldt. Mort
rose bud. Mr. Earl Mlxon aunts of the Miss Brim presented her at. five guests enjoyed a delicious The Barbara Smith Circle of mum Response", anointed by Mrs.
Mrs., Lamar Nash and Miss groom served the cake. Mr. tendants with a gift at this time Luau meal with a variety of unusual The flower girl) wa Nell Loweryof I the First Baptist Church met Tom Abercromble. Mr. Paul ,
Jan Howe of Jan Boutce La. Raymond Williams cousin of the The hostess presented the dishes prepared by the cir Mulberry, cousin of the bride. Monday evening, August le. In Byrd Mr. 0. n. Ores, and Mra.Franklin .
were bridesmaids. Their gowns bride and Mrs Cecil Brim aunt honoree with china In her chosen cle. Palms, sea shells and exotic Kurtl Ba** of Mulberry served i the home of Mrs. O, M Drea with Johnson I
were rose and were fashioned like of the bride, poured punch. pattern. flowers decorated the Ballroom aa best man. Ushers were James seven members prtwent.
the honor attendants their accessorlee Floor'\ hostesses were Mrs. C O Present with the honoree and and sarong, muumuus lei, and Robinson of Branford and James i The business WM conducted by Refreshments were served' during
and rosebud were Identically Palmer Mrs Julian Drawdy Mr*. hostesses were Mr. Arnold Brim colorful costumes were. the orderof Stanley of Mulberry, Mrs. Paul Byrd eo-ehalrman, In the social: hour
to those of the honor at. Clyde MiMgrove Mrs. Mallory mother of the honoree Mr. Msml the evening The state arsi Following the reception Mr. and the absence of the chairman.
tendants. rennet Mrs O M. Todd. Mrs Sandlin. mother of the banked with tropical foliage tea- Mra.. Clark entertained with a reception Community Mission for the WONDUrU6 f fH
The dresses were designed and Ollen Spen ibg. Mrs. Donald Williams )- ,room..lecMra." Oeorge Am. turing a simulated log fire and a In their home. month were announced aa drfl ? D SI/4
made by the mother of the groom. Mrs. Elma Fortner" Mr mona maternal grandmother of gaily painted\ Totem Pole. Dancing The bride graduated from Bu* nlte Sunday School visitation
Dawne WOO y. flower girl Jesse Stewart. Mr*. Drew Land. the bride-elect Mr*. A. J. Olll, was enjoyed later In the State Missions Week of Prayer -' wore a deep rose floor length Mrs. Vincent Jones Mrs. James maternal grandmother of the evening. a covered dish for the noun flies\. program was announced with the 1 pi *; :Ml** tuallftfte
gown fashioned like the attendant Johnson and Mrs. Henry Mc 3teen. !- groom-elect. Miss Nelda Weater, The success of this project will An Informal dance lit the Ballroom Barbara Smith Circle In chargeof its 1st. Haft tff
and carried a white lace Mrs. Philip Odom. Mr*. Lamar enable the Elks Lodi to senda of the Lodge will be given the program the second' Tu.' -" ...*. SPAY
basket filled with pink and white Junior floor hostesses were Nash Mis Jan Howe, cousin of generous contribution to the Saturday night before the meet day night In SeptemberResponsibility [ lessee.* *" *.
petals. Riette Williams and Becky OIU. the groom-elect, Miss Dawn Harry Anna Crippled Children' Ins to entertain the out of town for the flower* jSTBVEUS .
Earl Mlxon served the groom a* Out of town guest were Mr Wooley, and Mr. Nathan Wooley Home In Umatllla. visitor for the church during the month
bed man. Ushering were Stassen and Mrs. Oeorge Ammona. grand On Friday, August !0, member Mrs. Moore read an excerpt of ...Heptember.. assigned to ;1\\ Nffr.'G4d
Brim brother of the bride. Philip parents of the bride. Mr and Jennings. Mike Jones of Jasper of the circle served a luncheonto : from the Elk MMstne. "1)0 You various member '
Odom. and Johnnie Clayton. Mr*. C i E. Brim and son. Dar- Nancy Ehlert of Jasper and Mrs the Tobacco Service' lite It Just ""l n,'" The meeting was Mrs' Wit. Howes presented the
The bride given In marriage by wyn ot Jacksonville Mr, and J. P. Howe of Jan Boute La. was also planned to cater a ban closed with members repeatingthe iM-noram "Th. Offf-lng-Mait.
her father selected, for her wedding Mrs. Thomas Byerly of Jackson I The bride graduated from Bu Duet for the North Florida Tel*. Oalh of the circle Now (In 5-1. At r
a white Chantilly lace traditionally stile Mr and Mra. Dalton 'MoCulley wanes High School and North phone Company on September If.Twentythree Mrs Erma Johnson was hostess wannre High Hrhocil' anti. the
fun skirted gown, the Eddie and Steve, of Jack Florida Junior College In Msdi club will partlrl during the social hour serving groom from Mulberry' Illth (duller "" .mll/ Pruji t
hemline flounce featured a band sonville. M,. and Mrs John Ms I son. The groom graduated from pate In the Ladle State Elk punch and cake to the member School They will make their I.IU.: (. U n.I .\.
of satin and a satin bow The this and Jane of Msdison. Mrs Suwannee High School attended Conference on September IS In present, home In Lakelsnd.
back of the gown was styled with OUn Abernathy and Sandy, of FtUuderdale. Aurora College, Aurora. Ill. and West Palm Beach Delegates from -- -- -- -
tiers of the opulent lace Her I : M'Bgt and Mrs A. J. graduated from North Florid the Anna Miller Circle will be i
bridal veil of sheerest Illusion fell I GUI) of Beaufort, 8. C. fra. La- 'Junior College In Madison. Both Mra Carl Moore and Mrs W !!. I
from a crown of pearl and lace tan McCUlley and Barbara of win attend Florida State University. Laughlnghouse. I
She carried a cascade bouquetof I Jennings Miss RoM OlU of Jennings. I Tallahassee, and will re* A District Elk! Cllnlfl will haheld fi fiE $ GREAT MVVS foe everyone who
lily of the valley, centered with Mrs Maltle McCuOey of aide at TJO North Bronought St at the Live Oak E1H I.od ,
-- ------ -- The groom Is with the State t> on Sunday, August 3f. AU inks I ba$ a wlntfo wfor Wolf) In Hiefrjhonie!
partment of Agrirulture. solves: will l be called ti.xtn! 13 w'C I

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PACE FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 26,_196s



Last Rites Held Dame Family Reunion JOAN RUMsoUu.y4 --

Set For Labor Day o For Sale-Real Estato;

Tuesday ForDesRochers The Dame Family Association 11 I '

will hold its annual reunion on _pww .. IS YOUR FARM TOO SMAII-

Labor Primitive Day, September Baptist 6 Church, at Prospect In ? Nny Why note this let 493 me sell it so '?,,

can buy acres fern.
:
Clinch County, Oa. Members and i
Joseph Andre DesRochera, retired friends are expected to begin arriving am offering now on very n$

delivery serviceman and on the grounds of 'the I HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS terms.

former resident of Orlando, diedat church as early as 9:00 a.m. The LITTLE ADS
the local hospital Sunday following I HIGH BLUFF RIVER FRONT
business assembly will commencein BIG RESULTSBUY CURB HELP WANTED NOW. FARMERS LOTS.
a lengthy Illness. He was a the church at 10:30 'lJ. 18 to 40. in
: am. EAR t4OMDoas Ages Apply personA MONEY for your farm opera.
native of Canada and had lived All descendants and friends of : STOlt' DELIVER: : -SELL EXCHANGE & W Drive In. cajj tf lions at reasonable cost. Termsto Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
here for the past three years, the family are cordially invitedto A LtC/OOR 6oope/ = IN A e GI N- Whatever the purpose, you will fit your needs. Loans up to
moving here from Orlando.He attend. A basket dinner will ITS ? find Democrat claniriods do WANTED Nursing service supervlaor 7 years. Call North Florida Pro- RIVER

was a member of the Baptist be served on the grounds at 12:30: RIKSNA'I the Job, quickly and well. for 3 to 11 shift duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio REALTY
Church. p.m. C.RALPH MJJNIVIPE 300-bed accredited hospital. Attractive Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 3622588. I 407 Dowllng St.

Funeral services for the deceased RNOAHyou DEADLINE FOR INSERTION: salary and benefit pro- c abe-tf Farm Bureau Bldg

were held Tuesday, Au- 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays gram. Apply Personnel Manager Phone 362-1526
GOLFER
gust 24, at 10:00: a.m. at a Baptist Matthews, I1o alls TELL A GABBY "TO LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Box 3012, Jacksonville, VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor

church at Orlando with the Plan' Jasper Reunion *PUTTOPCR) SHUT LIP ? 3H cents per word, with a Florida 32206. cdhj 12-13 Machine machlneless. and cold Specializing Sales and Farm Loans&Act, !>
fiSORSfi GAMBLERBETHLEHEM.
Rev. Louis Berry of this county minimum of 100. wave permanents given. Ope-
at the last Burialwas The annual reunion of the PA. MALE HELP WANTED Cook H. Mills Myrtle -
officiating rites. (All classifieds man, be paid In rators Annie ,
Mathews and Hogan families will 40 to 53 three minimum -
age ; years
In Qlenhaven at Webb and
Cemetery fUf.(P kNAbpl- M LL! advance) Mills. Elaine ,
be held Sunday, OVO' ow" swell Contact Personnel -
September
; experience. AND
8at/ Manicurist FARM TIMBER
Orlando with the Suwannee Fun- ONE WEEK FREE Mary Drew Boatright. LOANS
the VFW Home
in Sunlam
eral Home of Live Oak In charge Jasper.All Department Ruby Sanford at Annie'seach AVAILABLE:
Card Of Thanks Classifieds ordered for five
relatives are urged to Center Gainesville,
ate Training and
of arrangements. Thursday, Friday, For information, call
weeks, the lad week free. or m
run
tend. Dinner will be served at the The family of C. M. Senterfit Florida. cgbj 13-18 tf
Survivors Include the widow, Saturday. caal PAUL A. BYRD
will for 28 word
$4.00
noon hour and those planning to wishes to thank all the friends pay a
Mrs Lulu Belle DesRochers, Live 406 S. Ohio Ave
advertisement for five weeks WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl
attend are asked to bring and neighbors for their acts
a basketof many
Oak, two step-daughters, Mrs. food. of kindness and beautiful floral Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds and kitchen help. If Interested Live Oak Florida

Thomas White, Live Oak, and offerings during the illness and for Proven Results. apply in person, Parker's Drive ANY TYPE Phone 362-1389
Mrs. Buck Carter, Wildwood; a In, US 129 Jasper Road. Cu
of loved Your '
atep-aon, William C, Jeandvllle, Words of the Wise kindness passing will our forever be one.remem- FOR SALE call tf EMEMORIAL ] :
New York, N. Y.; a granddaughter
Ws have no more right to
bered. The Senterfit
FamilyIf
WORK J
Mrs. Marie Gay lard. Live consume happiness without WANTED Man for established : HORNE REALTY CORP

Oak; and a grandson, Elva Day- producing It than to consume FOR SALE New and used Insurance debit. Good startingpay DONE BRANCH OFFICE

lard, Live Oak. wealth without producing, it pianos Frier Music Co., Nortl and training program MS W. Howard St.

Roger Gaylard of Wellborn -(George Bernard Shaw) you were born in Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 362.2188,, chances for advancement. Tele- Granite Marble Bronze GEORGE B. DEES
served as a pallbearer at the caJJ U phone 3621665. Contact C. W. Phone 362-3333 Associate
funeral. August of an odd- Broughton. cajj tf Phone
a FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer LIVE OAKMONUMENT 362-1688

numbered year, renew chain saws, parts and service FEMALE HELP WANTED CO. 20 Acres Cut Over Woodland

Funeral Service children. driven license Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, Women In good health for cottage i About 10 Miles From Town
Active pallbearers were Hey- your bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor parents; minimum education Homer Sanford" Ren. J $2.000 $400 Down

wood. Alton Owen, and Kenneth this month. most smart gasoline engines,. 10th grade; age 21 to 64: Good Terms On
I The Balance
For Bonds Held Bonds, and Lamar and David Lee. Tyre's Saw & Engine Service 8 hour day; 5 day week; 2

Serving as honorary pallbearers formerly Electric Service Co., week paid vacation retirementand SEWING MACHINE CENTER Two Year Old

Here were E. H. Harrell. W J. Reece Brown 905 5th St. Your small engine social security. Write or DONT FUSS CALL us Three Bedroom Home

SundayFuneral Green Ernest Floyd, Heber Bran- headquarters. cads tf contact. Personnel Department. SINGERand One Acre
Land. Two Heater
non O. A. Hlngson Jr., Junior COUNTY JUDGE Sunland Training Center, P. O
services for Andrew Jerkins, and Lee Base I FOR BALK All sizes of tar- Box 1150, Gainesville Florida. all other makes rebuilt here Air ConditionedTen
Martin Bonds, life long residentof paulllns, guaranteed not to leak. Cgbj 13-18 New and Used Machine Miles West Live Oak
this county, were held Sunday Ottls Brown Motors cdJJ tf Needles Oil Parts One Mile Off U S 90

afternoon at 3:00: p.m. at Friend- WANTED Waitresses. Apply si 724 Brown St., Live Oak. Fla. $10.000 Terms Available
ship Baptist Church in this County BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE 100, 670, or 710 Dixie Drill. call tf
15 new white wall tires. All Phone 362-2744 130erea
with the Rev. Tom Allen and
the Rev Louis Berry officiating Natlonal.farm supply seeking a Suwannee premium or first line. All full WANTED Housekeeper for Mrs. C. G. Travis Manager Good Farmland
company 4-ply. Some slightly blemished man and son. Salary and home cbejtf Pecan
Burial was In the adjoining Trees
ceme-
County business
tery with Suwannee Funeral man to operate a local farm Ser $1585 plus state tax, federal Rt. I, Box 187 Live Oak Two Acre Tobacco Allotmen
vice Sales business. HEARING AID BATTERIES can
tax included.
No exchange 15-17
pcJJ
Home,of Live Oak In charge of Good Hard Road Frontage
arrangements.Bonds We furnish facilities technical training, advertisingand needed. Barber's Service Sta be obtained at Cheek's Drug I1 .11oo Some Terns
supplemental sales assistance. tion. O'Brien, 835-3535.: Goodas NATIONAL FINANCE Companyhas 111 W. Howard St. cdJJ 11-15
died eU
Thursday, August
19 In a West Florida hospital following This business is such that it can supplement existing long as supply lasts. field Immediate representative.opening Automo-for .
caed tf
farm service operation.
a lengthy Illness. bile and furnished.
expenses LIVE OAK NEEDS A
He was born In Suwannee Minimum cash required to secure service equipment. Following my doctor's advice am Many company benefits. Phone TRAILER OWNERS

County August 27. 1902, and was Reasonable gross of $15,000 annually can be expected offering for sale The Chuck 224-3111, Tallahassee. CAR WASHONE LOTS FOR SALE
a grading machine operator by Wagon Restaurants in Live Oak cbdj 1518 GOOD TERMS. Priced $515

profession. He was a member of Send age, education, present occupation and agricultural and Madison Fla. $5,500 for FRANCHISE OUTSIDE CITY but close In
the PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
Friendship Baptist Church. experience to either one. Can finance one- ,
Survivors Include two ions, half to responsible party. Con- o FOR RENT AVAILABLE_ 406 S. Ohio Ave.
Cecil Bonds, Live Oak, and Jack P. O. BOX 285 tact M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon The 25c Car Wash business ls Live Oak Florida

Bonds, Tallahassee; a slater, Mrs. LAKE CITY, FLORIDA Restaurant Marlanna. B. W. FOR RENT Spices for mobile : booming 1 This 1s not a new Phone 363-1389

Mattie Dorsey, Live Oak; a bro- 15 p gej Helvenston and Sons Live Oak, homes. Plenty of room. Nice "FAD", but a solid proven Investment ctf

ther, County Commissioner Bill or Broadus Willoughby, Real- and clean. Good well water. I offering franchised
minimum
Bonds, Live Oak; and five grand- tor, Madison. cafa tf Lake for fishing and owners a management -
high profit opportunitywith
_. .
Morgan's Trailer FOR SALE:
a secure future. If you
FOR SALE 6 foot harrow, West Live Oak .wlmmln"1 are eager to enjoy a prosperous Two-bedroom home and 3 4 acres

heavy duty Majury-Ffrjunon.. 383-2018. : future in your own business of land 4H ml. from Live Oak on
lever adjusted new blades call or write Immediatelyfor Highway St. Ideal for small famly >
good condition, Wynun Oar- FOR RENT Unfurnished three personal interview. that wants' country living

School Supply Specials land, 382-2288 pcJJ U-l bedroom home. And for sale, WILLIAM A MASSEY Priced to sell with easy terms
20 acres land within city limits Ready for occupancy.
FOR SALE 32 foot grain elevator of Live Oak. Phone 383-2585. AND ASSO., INC.P. .
O. Box lUll Tel. 838-SI7I
with gas engine almost pdJJ 13.17 Two-bedroom CBS home In good
new. See at Fulton Grocery WINTER PARK
I I'LORID.fll neighborhood large lot. a real buy.
Wellborn. TORRENT Two bedroom
pbjj 14-15
Ready for occupancy -
with good terms.
house with hot water and bath. -
FOR SALE Ford 8upr--Dext Mrs. S. C. Sansbury, 3623165. NOW OPEN Mrs. Bee's Nursery .
SHOP EARLY AND SAVE' diesel tractor One year old. PdJJ 14-18 and Play School. Children

Call Dr. J, V. Philpot 752-5895. kept dailY, weekly, or over Call Today 3(3-1389
Lake City edjj 14-17 FOR RENT Two bedroom PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
night. Balanced meals, supervised -
house. Inquire 1730 NW 2nd. foe 8. Ohio Ave.
play shady fenced play
FOR SALEURGENT Phone 383-1240. pbjj 14-15 Live Oak Fla.
yard. References. Call 362- ear

FOR RENT 5-room furnished 2241. phJJ 14-23

SIIEAFFER PEN NOTE BOOKS 5 ROOMS OF FURN apartment, 2 bedrooms, private
& APPLIANCE bath and entrances, window If you are Interested In piano lessons FOR SALE New two bedroom
call 383-3148. cajj U home. $300 down. $69 month
BAL. $329.68 fan. large parking area and big

Pen With Free Cartridge Binder & Dictionary Includes beautiful' 7 pe. living back yard. 213 N. Walker. I: have openings for several pupils 383-3663.II. L. Kent phone 363-3533 call or tf

Phone 382-1074 call If at Jack and Jill Kinder
room set luxurious Walnut bed

Fine Or Medium Points \ Blue Canvas garten. 909 Hamilton Ave. good
room suite, twin bedroom art FOR RENT Rooms convent FOR BALK 340 acres
dining set plus rang, refrigera ently located down town. Phone 383-1071. peJJ, 15ELECTROLUX farm land. all under fence -

i ONLY tor 31" TV Just take over payments Parihley Houie. Phone 383 : Vacuum clean 200 acres In cultivation. 7-

75c $159NOTE i 13.85 per W1l:. Can be seen 212$. edJJ tf era. floor polishes rug cleaners.accessories. bedroom house 33 acre permanent

dally 9 am. t pm. Sun. 1J-8 Finance available.For pasture tobacco allotment. -
p.m., 3823 Beach Blvd. all Can W J. Green 343-
cleaning needs contact
NATIONALFurniture o FOR SALE Lamar Nash Jr., 103 Marymae JUT pdJJ n-I'-

WarehouseJAX E'OR St. Live Oat pdJJ 15-19
8ALJ5 Heclatered Polled RENT?
WHY FAY
BIC PENS
":, BOOKS FLORIDA Herefords. Bulls and heifers 10 LAWNS MOWED and complete WOULDNT YOU LIKE TO OWNA
w Delivery Assured to 13 months old. R. B. Bryan i yard care. Phone 383-3773. NEW HOME WITH
BRAND
Ball Point Metal Rim Edge Anywhere e 14-15 Madison. Fla. pdhj 13-17 I pdJJ 15-19 YOUR CHOICE or COLOR-*

FOR SALE: Hay already baled THEN LOOK NOW AT TIES
.. .
,,'. Regular 19c T fide 'Cover FOR SALT II ft boat 30 hp In field. cheap. Can R. E. All- I. For S le-AntotnotiT* EARLY AMERICAN HOVE I*
motor and tilt trailer IMO stock 383-3373 cajj 13 SIGNED AND BEING BUILT BY

cash. Call William Nix Jr. 3439383. FOR SALE: 1981 Mercury Meteor BOB WOLFE AT 513 WEST
15c EACH cdJJ 13-13 FOR SALE 30 Inch Phllco MORELAND SMALL. DOWN:
Only $1.98 electric rang, good condition. 800. power steering, power PAYMENT: '
brakes,
FOR SALE Registered Black Price $25. Purl Av*. Call 383 I automatic transmission
4 new tires, low Can
Angust bull 4 years old. Gentle! 3383. 'pajj 13 383-3345 or 383-3435.mileage.cajj U Bob Wolfe, Contractor
disposition' good breeder.
FOR SALE: Purebred Phone 362-3253
NOTE BOOK PAPER Priced to sell. Gray Lakes Hampshire FOR SALE: INS Chevrolet
boor Can 383-1294 OAK .
Afterpm. LIVE ,
Ranch. Call 383-3383. 15
bLA.C
paJJ
Impala sports coupe, white
1 can 383-3301 James L 'I 13-1"

FINEST QUALITY FOR SALE Bred! Drying Equipment Long pbjj 15.18 with Inc. radio blue interior and heater.power steer Can

: 1 Clipper Cleaner Buper Tw
FOR SALE Two 383-1544 REPOSSESSION BALE -
\ AllaUU Motor or 383-1131. Sammy
300 Sheets 88c 187D. 33 screens; t Union Scooters. One has fir lip. I Burnett. pbJJ 15-18 bedroom frame houses one I
Special 80800E: Sewing Machines Seventh Strut aI :
;: three speed iran; other U. 1200 8W
with overhead HoUt three hp. automatic drive. Both FOR SALE: 1954 Fatrlane Ford one at 413 Carver Blvd I)0 01
Balance; t :3-Phase t !U". Wo- I 2-door hard top clean. $500 Can I*
In excellent condition. CaD 343- down. No quanrrlng.
SPECIAL tor-O>ar reduction and belt Can 383-3209 or 383-1731. Jacksonville. Si'
BUY 2470 after 1:00: IIpaJJ is II Black cooed
drive plus 3 pulleys: Blower cajj IS :aot, ebJJ l> :-
Double Heater NuWay Injwtor FOR SALE: One John !)pen
Sralih Corona Portable Typewriter Unit 7!i HP.; 1 Blower Iron combine, model 45 with corn I FOR SALE e-room hew wit'

Fireman Injector Unit 7UHP. header and grain combine WANTEDWANT bath. 1 or more aces land. I',

Sunilanl Keyboard Pica or Elite .; 1 SteinllU Electronic: header. One 1957 two ten Chevrolet oral pecan trees. Bee. Or.,
Moisture Tester No. 400; 1 14' truck with grain body and TO BUY Hardwood Prnnincton at WeUbora CI

Carrying Care Upright Aupt. O caster; 1 8* Umtock side boards. Both In I logs or stumpace. Time Indus N3-331A. CU

Upright Auger on casters; 1 good working condition. Priced tiles In*. Phone 383-1018.
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ONLY r
Regular SIlO $88 FOR SALE 2-bedroom
Model 300 Upright Bucket Elevator reasonable. W W. HJt Route poll 11-13 acmes lr *
m good condition,
on casters; 1 Hsbco I. Branford. Florida phone
Mounted Portable Hay Dryer' 33-3413.. cad< 13 I WANTED: ftmsJI tractor villa Wertwood Church on lI..birrRot4. .'
10 HP. Electric Motor: t ." ; 43" mow. Phone 343-323. .. Contact J. B. Webb ea.:

CulUpacker' : 33 4ir Steel Mesh tail If Gate Bervto Button or
Batch Dryer Floors 1 o WANTED-Real Estate H2-.,,, or 312-UIO.
: Heavy -
HUNTER BROTHERS: cell 1$-

McCrimons Office mint Duty In Hand good Trick condition.All Priced tquip- ;WANTED 180 wee or MORI 3/4 ton Ford pickup. Day wants phone a

Supply farmland on hard road. Must 383-3195. night phone JI2->>II.
to sell; an or part John W.Cooper o LOST & FOUND
P. 0. Box 78 have good IOU and good water gains
and be. reasonable. Give
pdbj IS price. A son or
daughter away from STRAYED' : One Mack year0'wttstoag
legal description and run details bene wtD appreciate keepta Informed around 3M IDs from
WE/ OAK FLORIDA
FOR BALK Dectrte chord or. ana tetter. B. H aarnowskv -
on hometown news with: pasture ton stiles rat *:
gas 1150. Can 343-14M after P. O. Box 13704. OainesTtO a Suwannee csQ
Democrat subsertpttoo. Branfonl.*. U seen
T PJB. pbjj 1J-1I *. No Meats peJJ) ISIS >*
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Crowds Below Expectations Jaycee Directors To I 1965 Tobacco Queen Contestants Cailelte Scouts Present \ :'

Park Wild Meet Here Tonight ,r II'! School Fashion. Show
Representatives Explain Directors of the Suwannee Life !
J.,, ,
: Cadette Scouts of Troop 417
Oak Junior Chamber of Commerce .
River Bill Provisions At will meet tonight (Thursday ;T 1'; : ,. II J presented a back to school fashIon r
MeetingsResidents '
local ?
at the Chamber of Commerce show August 19 at the

of Suwannee County heard many of the pro- Building on East Howard Elks Lodge 1
Models for the event were Janet
visions of the proposed Wild Rivers Bill, which includesthe Street. President Homer Ratliff
Moses Alma Rathel Patsy
la urging that all directors attend
Suwannee River, explained at a meeting here Wednesday this Palmer, Sylvia Mangrove. Nancy
Aug. 19. The session here was one of eight held A Important get-acquainted meeting party for Edwards, Stanley Hopkins, Bonl-
period of four days in each of the counties
over a Jaycees and their wives mill beheld ta Murrah Patty Slemp andSheryl
bordering the famed stream. Moore
at the Frank Futch rivet
Regional Director F.'bert Cox of tal body in the Suwannee River cabin near Dowling Park Saturday Miss Karen Perry was pianist
the National Park Service whose evening beginning at 6.30 I and Mrs Julian Edwards narrated
office Is in Richmond. Va. was area.Cox told the audience in his I the event

accompanied here by Bert Roberta preface that the position of the pm.Members and their wives are i Director for the affair were ,..{
director of the National Park National Park Service is to establish > urged to attend Mrs. Sam Koff and Kathleen
Service in North Florida, with a recreational area along the Hurst ,
headquarters in St. Augustine to entire length of the Suwannee a
answer question posed at the for this and future generations to The muslins of ancient Dacca
meetings.A enjoy lie said that the Suwanneewas were the most delicate cotton fabrics Carol Of Thank-

series of questions and answers a river of great beauty and ever fashioned. I would like to thank each and
on the proposal were passedout that the Park Service if the leg- every one for your kindness
to those In attendance along Illation were passed, wanted to would provide for the purchase of shown to m. through (cards visits L'
with a synopsis by the National acquire a narrow strip on each, the property, bu'ould leave the flowers. prayers, and especiallythe
Park Service on its land acquisition tide of the river from the sourcein owner with a life estate. It could ....- .LA -, ;. ": --,..,va. 11 "' 11"- I Doctor and nurses who were ,".
policies. Georgia, to the mouth. then be used for life by the man so very nice to me while I was in
He aald that current thinking and wife for the purchase price. F.ur tobaeeo<< Weep contestants Ire shown with last year's 'OHIXa, Marraa. buy Hamilton of Cross City hospital and since I returned
executive secretary of the Suwan Is for this strip to be a minimumof and then become the property of U right are Donna Burton Gllnda )Marlene Black Kay, Shirley, Ann F.", and Marsha Susan Bird. home
nee River Authority, presided at 100 feet along the entire river the Park Service at their death (Demons Malt Thoto) Your thoughtfulness .U greatly
with an average of 500 feet lie This would allow them to live In
appreciated and
the sessions, and prefaced each will never be for- .
with the statement the Authorityhas pointed out that much more land their present homes for the gotten May God bless each of
no official position on the will be needed In those areas length of their life he pointed Two Live Oak licit \Workers' NeededTo Can I Of Thank you ,
slated for development into We would like to thank our
out and be reimbursed
now for
proposal, but that It would meetto Mrs. Jamie SlngleUry
camping sites than along the their property Get Army Promotion* friends for the flowers cards,
Paid Notice*
1U opinion shortly
after express the conclusion of very this series shore He noted that land would be FORT POLK. La. (AHTNC) Replenish food] prayers' and other expressions ----- ._-
of meetings.Representatives. During questioning, he pointed acquired by having appraisers Two soldier from Live Oak, Mule of sympathy extended to us
out t.hathree types of land and that local appraisers are used O. McCook and Harmon Q Cancer and the Suwannre Funeral Home Dr. Charles
of Congressman acquisition would be attempted whenever possible, appraise the Warner, received an early pro- SuppliesHelp for their thoughtful services at Harrell ,I
Don Fuqua and D. R. (Billy) One would be to acquire the property value of the property and then motion to Army pay grade privateE Is needed to restore the the death of our father and brother Began
Matthews, who represent counties and another would be to ob the Park Service negotiate the -1 following successful completion Andrew M. Bonds Practicing Dentistry
local dressing closet to I ill
in the Buwannee River area attended cancer
tain a scenic easement. He pofnt Mr, and Mrs Cecil Bonds
purchase. Each parcel has a of basic combat training at
par- normal and desired level of AUGUST 18
the sessions. Both had supply 1965 .I
ed out that a scenic easement and
ticular problem he said and the Fort Polk. La., Aug 14 Family
said they would be guided by the Mrs. Morgan Miller service with
would provide that a property Park Service would work to come They were awardrd the pro. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bonds
wishes of the people in the area. owner leave the land In its natural to agreement with these land motion two month earlier than chairman In charge of week the Local pro- and Family Dr Thomas M Scott
said here thin
and that they wanted the recommendatlon ject.
condition in return ror the conslderstlon I owner U customary because of their Mr. and Mr. L. P Dorse
of the Suwannee River paid. Except for ttwwe people have been busy, she sur and 931 N. Ohio Avenu
Representative of the Buaan- proficiency In firing the M-14 Family
Authority as the local I mined with tobacco and lumm.rduUN LIVE OAK FLORIDA
governmen. conditions which would be spelled net River ClUsen Association rifle, their high scores on the close Mr. and Mrs. lull Bond ,
result the
and
out. the landowner would continue 'I opposed to the bill were' presentat physical combat proficiency text I maintained as to a help treat patients and Family
ATHLETE'S to use the property, but each meeting and passed out and their military bearing and _H__ ___
FOOT GERM at home has dwindled.
noted that new buildings wouldbe I
literature
expressing their view of leadership capabilities
HOW TO KILL IT. A home care program under
IN ONE: IIOIH.T4 prohibited on such areas the proposal. The early promotion program Is direction of the Suwannee Count
He emphasised several times
The crowd at the Live Oak the result of a new Drpartment the FINAL CLEARANCE
.. that the Intent of the Park Service Health Department and
L n t .see tk* luk < kunihif meeting was smaller than had of the Armr'pallcr to recogniseand
Council works with
99r I. Inert at drug tier* Home Nursing
r Is to the banks of
1. I t. S 4..,.. Hir..t= .hi* ikM.kiff. preserve been anticipated and,the sentiment provide Incentive to outstanding i local doctors and the hospital I In
TkMl ..lrh HEALTHY .1.! ... the stream in their natural con of those speaking was trainees. .
NOW UVB: OAK DRUG CO. assisting families to cart for
Peer t :tWISE. dition. Insofar as is possible
DUO kt Ju w. against the Inclusion of the Su- Both men entered the Army In patients" In the home, which I In
Another type of acquisition wannee in the Wild Rivers pro June of this year and are 1941 turn allow more bed space at the LADIES / ,
gram. graduate of Butannee HKh
hospital for thoM needing more
constant care.
An Important phase of this
I community project Is the cancer
School-Set Favorites dressing loan closet which turn. DRESSESSizes
Uhes the sick such I Item, alI
I dressings, bed pads and hospital

by BUSTER BROWN. IMPORTANT NOTICE Demonstration type gowns. The Council County In cooper Horn 5-22 l

allon with the local cancer society
,
has kept the dressing closet
supplied Ladle' of the home Values To $7.95X2.98 I
Delinquent 1964 City Taxes on Real Estateare demonstration club In the county .
have been wot king a day each I
i materials furnished .t
month using
now being advertized in this issue of I by the cancer society a* well a'
sheets and shirts donated by lora
people In the making of dressing
the paper. If you are not sure your City and hospital type gown --- --' -
I To replenish the supply Mrs, '

Taxes are paid, please check this list of Miller has set Thursday fleptem Children'sBackToSchool I
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I her 6. as the date for the next ,
work day. Ladies. Interested In
advertising. If any information is desired, helping In this worthwhile project f
are Mked to call Mr. Miller "
I at 163.1(MO or see her at eofl. 'v
Writ Howard Street DRESSES I ISizc.

CALL .e 'j

The cotton plant I II almost the
sole food .In the boll weevils diet

THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE School. 614

McCook. It., I* the son of N,. $1.98-$2.98
and Mrs D A. McCook. and was

Call 362-2276 employed In Sarasota before en _._ .
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teeing the Army,
Warner, Jt, U the son of Mrs.
Emma .. Warner, haute I, Dot BOYS
SPORT
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Ii IiJJftt Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelledcorn. j PRICES
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M ... .uit ..., Ut h fcl-J J..n turn I: We try to give you the most courteous service available to : START AT $2.98

J..ut ....... at SMC*> f.. to aunt M tWj M Iw( you and our aim is to see that you get the highest possible price :

./, COM .. ad U& kt M Ini* cvpntt.qulty ::: for your corn. :
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.7.n atiow,.. wy Raise /Aura loll .... die Ii: P-E SHORTS AND

atlMUtjM. fsrerfc far mf" II lease$6.9r4&99 : Bring us a load of com. We believe you'll be back again and we !

I. appreciate your patronage. i TENNIS SHOES


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Phone 362-3596
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DESCRIPTION SEC.TWP. ItCE. NAM& AMT DESCRIPTION IEC.TWP. aclo NAME AMY

I Gets Assignment Lo. n 1 U. Bwarly Hilt.E.1. Lot 4. Blk SO-A !inn Oak II 1 11 10... hiss I.TS
IIOMEMAKINC HIGHLIGHTS Thompson, J. C. 5 vid. 0.5e Los 1 BIk O.k t Brooks.' Lout.' 0. 1.11
Lo i. 1I..rl Hili. 5.5. n '.1 :: Bron.on: R. 0. A Llssi. 1,0: 4 Los 15: Bib: Ut': : ::::: O.k :: S n D.rllne. James 5 Lila .... 1./a:

I Lots 1 1 0. IlIk I. aa Add It 0 11 Merritt. 'obn.o. 5 Dora Lots 11, 11. II. 11. 11. Bib
tlrl1r /t, L/,. Oak II 11 '... W. C. US
By 1 Lot Rik Add Rich.rd.on I Mys41s D. IITO A 11,
: : ::
I I Lot : Ok : Add :al : u Morris, Cons. 1.05: EI..t''L! : .IILo" II 11 Wtnl.mq "0.. Mary
MISS IDA JO HARRISON Lota II AI 11, sills I. RR ,.- 5.10
Add II Miler M.ry N 50 11 of Lot 1. BIll SO.
home Demonstration Agent Lol 7. Bile .. ItR Aid I: I 11 Dari.: aunrd. 'N: Ur. Oast II 1 II SlMMrs .Y mn s.. A
Lot 10. IIlk 0. RR A' 1 11 h.,. Loo A. AI All. 5.51 1011
A fair planning meeting fo so that moisture stays within foil Lo" U. Iii) 4. RiR Add 0 11 Dto'' AoeOl>\IIn.. Corp ..07 Lot 4, Bill U. Lln. Oak II 5 II Ford, N.1la Et u,
exhibit Place lot 18. BI" 4. R'R Add I 0 I' Dnt.. Howard 5.11 Lot 0.. Ft E: AI W X 100 "er.
educational and community In a baking container and Alder Lot I1. Bile T. RR Hung I Part of Lob

chairmen has been planned d cook In 325 F. oven for 25-30 .d !! 1 U StockWn' 'i.IoIi.. :Ikl 55, Lln O.b II 10DWh 3.alt. F. &.t u.
:
11:0 0! I Lo S 5 7. BIle R. ItR AU If awsin I J. H 5% Sot U. Bit 70. U.. 0.11 It eo Corp. 1I.1T
foi Friday. August 21. at : minutes per pound depending on a' I a 1, Bile.. Lot BIk 71 24 11 Joqpan. AIbnon AI"""'" 1.a
a m The meeting will be held at S'nit'.nd Add II. 1 11 Vd.11 E. V. a Pl..... N. 1.10 Lot: I: Bib: 7l: 11:: gt 54 t ll RaMewn. Jlmma' 1.11:
size.Leave In b. 1. RIk. .. Prpitl.nd Md 1 11 William."' John H. 1,14 Lot I. silk 11. 1.1... Oak It ( 11 Yayhn.. Ern..t AI Edna ....
the Big Dixie Restaurant.W roast foil for cooling. LoI e. 1. : s. 81e I. F""," ro 11. Bile 71. 1.1.,. O.k It I 11 Otftam.... I. A. He" .
O. Whittle chief state farm.. It will absorb some of the juice land .. g1 11 w.t..i. Webb .U 8.. .0 hEofSWCaLot .71
assis Lot I. IlIk 0. "..',Iud Add t. 1 11 Smith. CI".n. W. 5 II AI Nun NIno Pt. K!: SoFR
Wlson Sparks When cool slice and with
er1 market. serve 8 100 Ft W 10 Ps to .
tant manager of the Florida State gravy (there'll be plenty) on rice Lot S. RIle T. F""I..nd Add 't t II R.oros. J.m.. G. 1 Ruth 111 poll part of Lot II,
FlorIda Lot I. Bk:. 10. Pruitl.nd Add 12 I 11 90'......, COI'II.II. '.IT BIk ,tl Ur. Oak u II Plu....... Ises.l'S En...
Fair and Miss Alice Jones potatoes, etc. I think you will "...
Lots
14. II, IS IT A II.
Power and Light Company find it quite tasty and easy to HIr.. Hj"l..t fad Add .2 a I' Hill 01. B.II .... Brr100hE5tIFtlafN : 11.{
service representative will prepare. Lot I'. lilt i. Hlld..h Ind W Cor Lot II AI It.. 5
home I Add II I 11 lur.t M... I..... Co 11.11 1.0 PtE10FRNtoo
appear on the program. Lot 4. IJIk I. Hjldroth Ind n. W .0 Ft to POR. a..
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n Add II 1 II Holland Ern..tins 7,10 in. part .t Lot II. IIlk 71.
Local Marine Corporal Lot I. Dlk .. Hilolr.tb had Ur. 0,11 U I II A.adru Shell Hmn,. 1..0. ".
.1
If you're sending your little SAN ANTONIO Tcc! Air- Add II 1 n Shulw. 01. .... A L.onsrd .... B.. OFsESSIh1.f:
Serving In Viet Nam N. Lots 5 AI f. D'1e I. HildrethInd NWCoLottlSRuna
darling off to nursery school for Third Clare Homer
man Add II 1 II Smith. 8'rl. .... Ioo Ft E.O Pt, N loo p'w
the first time this fall do be DA NANO, VIET NAM I FHT Stamper Jr., on of Mr. and Loll 54. U. 51. .4. Bile .. f0 Ft t. POE. B.Ing )

smart about the sort of clothes: NC) August 11 Marine Lance Mrs Homer Stamper of 322 N. HU"roth Ind Add II' II Hill 01. Boll 1,50 Li part,. of.IIt.bt 11. 8111 71. '
It 1Am.ekw
Lot 51. 15 50. 57. elll I. I. IIh.:1: Ran,... I... 10
you choose Any nursery school Corporal Dennis Smith son of Houston Ave., Live Oak.; boa Hlhlr.l 'nd Add 21. II Nlll Mary E... .... 1.05 t111k 11. fin. Oak. It 1 11 LUlie I.TIHAIl' OM

teacher will tell you that learningto Mr. and Mrs. Boozer S. Smith of received his first permanent IT, Lot Add.IS. Bill I. H IId..1 h In" II I II H.minlway. Will's Willis 5.50 I Atae7thEAWXi/F1'in SE Car Lot 1.

button and unbutton his Route 4, Live Oak, is serving with S. Air Force duty assignment' Lot U. 811e 1. Hlld..lh lad lot Bile 11. Ur. 0.. U I 11 C..rI.II.. Msrtba A.. 111

clothes is a matter of pride with the 2nd Battalion 3rd Marine after' completing basic military Add II a II Robinson. Sank R. 11.41 I00rtNSIS551Ft I. Hilt 11 S.. A L. '
Loll u. Ii. W U Ftt.
the pre-schooler, so see to it that Regiment. 3rd Marine Division In training at Lackland AID Tex. tat $41. 50. n. 10. IIA RSWInNWar5L...

any buttons are large enough for the Da Nang sector of Viet Nam. Airman Stamper has been N4 lot et, Bill 4. N l.ot''EIW.a 's '', .
HU..th h. Add. II' II Xlna.d, 0.0. O. 5 B.nks. n.1I I. 11 Marrow. eylna.t, .
...
little fingers to find and handle. The battalion Is currently participating designated for training and Lot .0 AI All" It H 0' ended. B.nluPtlogNECoL.I:

Make good use of elasticized in the defense of the duty as an air policeman at 81..t. HUdr.lh hd Add II I II Llp.eemb! John 1 Eddl.lohoooa H." Pt I..BIM 110 TI Ft and. 1110:nn W Ft II'N

waistbands, and cotton knit shirts Da Nang airbase and .newly-lib Larson AFB, Wash lie become A Lot 141 11: 480 Ft Rd N II Ft t. POTS U. II ..m... C. ,. lUT

that are comfortably unclutteied. erated village of Le May. a member of the Strategic by Tlh A".. E: by 8.. I B.e175FtSofNWCar Lot I. Bile :11
AI
The less fuss and the fewer furbelows Air Command, the na- Un.Known. W.by I M Pr.aier I. RIM.AM I. ISO "t, S10PtN110: nn a .

the better. Look for the younger silhouetteIn Uona's Instantly ready Intercontinental Lou I..to sold HII"ro'hhd in tat W t, NIkl71. LB 00.5
Add Lns N II II Bus E. K. f.11 II 5 1WI.bee. W"10"' .
110 Ft. Cldaths
p.O' '
A child should feel free and coats, looking very high-waist- mlaxll and bomber r A pare.I of land D. in DRU' Bra NW 50 Ft 1 5 tl0 Ft : :of 11.11

easy in his,clothes and not have ed with yokes, or very low-walsted P 101 Nos 0" II 11d.of tb..r.SloopLKNyt CoLotSas5P00 _

to worry over where the paint I with hip bands, but always skim force.The airman attended Suwan Land Tth of 8t Milton Ae HW O.ovlll.A Cop of. H 100 F. W .0 Ft to FOB .

may splash or the mud splatter. I mer fitted. nee High School. running W slum S iiiof o'l 10751.: /N:;= rt P.: ..rII 'I II aur..y .... I...." Ca 11.10
Tth An.. 110 Ft.Thine. .
Of mother shouldn't haveto NW Cop Lot
I. .
course u POR.
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It 1 II Hill A. I. S Coanl. f.to Tbm.. a
worry either and she won't A Lot 110 Ft 11: n Ft In N ISO I" n. 100 Pt

have to if she chooses only those WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT NW Car n.r F.I.0"A Tth Rile An.I' 1Fnntlnr sob n.TI.W LI"It. 0.F'" 5.loO It t .. .. I..t.
.....
fabrics known to wash satisfactorily I OF TilE D. In DK 01 P "I II 1 .II 0..11I.. Milton f.1I O. 7!. Lt". Oak It I II"elwe, ...... H. S

The more no-iron wash- Lots 0 A 10. Bile 8. W.b Let II 11'11 71. U". 0011 It t II wt.i'::. p. IN;
Livestock MarketDemand wood S.b.DI" It. II T.wn..nd A.II. 1:. aLot. Lot ... Earl
ables the better because It takes Suwannee Valley Ros.fs s. 11.01 B.n 1.li NW RIM 71 Car, Un. 0.5 It I II 8........ ....... Sot: S.tARuu :
i. I. 4 AI I. Bill D. Lot 01 A
a lot of fresh changes to keep a I W..ood0 It. II Towns.nd Arll. 1:. 5 II 51 4 n.. a: II Ft _
pre-schooler clean and neat. I 1t..I. s.. '..11R. N114 Ft W II h to
good at the weekly 00-l t,7S. poll. Rik 10 Isle,
was Osb It l II Hill.,
.. IU Ft a of NW Car Co I. 11.47
The crinkle cottons the nylon B,105hN of
auction sale held last Wednes- Heifers: standard and low good of 1054' !: or 5EtI: II Run II A R.. IW Cor. Los
and orlon sweaters, the knit cottons a: 110 "t. I 110 Ft. W II: II... N
.50$1500
the Suwannee Valley Livestock $14.00-SlUO; utility $12 15\hwaFtt
day at au F. H 110 F' to POD It I II Imith Cwar 1,11Ln l4
and the no-Iron corduroys hbFOR
Market as 289 cattle and ; inferior, $1000$1425Cowi .. TAl.. Bra N. Coll.. Bill n. U".

are all pure bliss as far as easy calves moved to market 20 more : low standard $12.73- H.I.ht. U I II Jahn.an.A. 1 ThomuOuld. LeO.1 14 K .... ., BIb 14 0 II MBI.r, Co ,. 10.17
7.11
laundering is concerned. And so than the 269 sold the previous $1475; utility $10.1-$1t.25. Lot 5. Oils O. C.II... Sets. II 1 II loh..ao.. A. 5 Thomas Lots 4. Wbit.s I AI Add U. II ,......, OIl.... ....
I. Sib ...
stretchable socks! C. ......
are the nylon Ollllss ....
termed active Calves: good and choice $l8.00 .- 11..0..
week. Trading was to I S t. Rill A. Colt.. II 1 II WUliaa.. F. W. 1 .....
Just a few pairs will do, because Lots I AI 5 1405
heifers Sib b. ........
with the demand good for all -$22,50 with good 16. Hdehts II I II Tbnmpaon.Iwt5.1. 5 lab. .
they dry so quickly. And youdon't if........ ...11Lota Dir .. t II 011..., T'.... 111
00-$1760\ standard $1J23-$19- Loss
; 4 AI
classes. 5. BIll D. ..........
have to wonder whether 1. t 5 1. IIlk B, Callas.
little feet are outgrowing their Slaughter heifers were steady 50; utility, 2.00-$16.50; Inferior I.lrhts II I U Brawn, 04..1 s. II." 54 5ubDH h' ..- I nl .1 Lot. U 1 I' ...rtl., .......' 10

coverings from week to week. with spots tl.00 higher while cows $1200-$1550. Los H.iphl.It. IIlk 8. Collars II 1 liP..... ......... ..... hNSUS575Ps55: I

and bulls were steady to 50c higher. Hogs sold during the sale totaled Lod 10 AI II. 8111 B. Callus W Sib A. H.od... AdSS II ....
Steers and calves were few In 391 which was down from the H.I.hla II 0 11 Bnn, A".I .L ..U Wit Lot 1. Sib A. H..d.. 0 .k. J.s A. 5 u. 107
If you're planning a campingtrip Lot 0 AI 10. BIb. C. Colkg.Hrloht. pas Add
one or both weeks.Feederatocker 659 auctioned the week before. l' I II Robinson. Cat......... .... a.A AI /.A. alb 4. bow U 1 11 0...6. a.I.. ILLeta ./
save your old coffee cans Hog prices recorded by grades All Nit' ot IW" ot IW\4 Iln. Mawy Add 11
t IT.wawsd
They make excellent'pots for out- steers were steady W o' W.Ib.r. ... 13.11,5 Las I. Sib' It. 0..11.. Add AI. K. 110
and weights during the day follow It 1 It._ u,.. V. 1 I...
to sec lower while heifers In 5 part o' Bik 71 II' II T.wn. lad. A.U. X. 5 S. ii 55 'or .1 N"% of l 1,71
door cooking. You can even prepare ...
: R. 1111 Nit" II a,. W .11
a whole dinner in a can. this class were steady to $t.00 Mixed grade barrows and gilts: Lot 5. BIk. 8. II.t.. Add II 1 11 ........, ... a. .... NStePtt0f/FttIII 1ft.
lower on standards. Cows were! Lod 15 .. Ilk D. II... F. 10 P01,1..I Als .
Use 1-pound coffee cans one 180-210 Ibs? $2486; 210-240 Ibs? Add II 11 D.la, ...., !... II." II: Cor It t II .
for each person. uneven but averaged steady and $1483 240-270 Ibs $24.00 160- Lota 1 5 5. 811e D. Blstm. A papr.l, of L..d des .I. DII Son.. Robert ,...
calves were strong to $100 higher. ; ; Add II I 11 D..I. ...., .... III PIIIAl..b..ss
Make ground meat patties froma 180 Ibs, $23.90; 140-180 Ibs., $23.- Lot I. 511.. O. Lo..,, II F" II It
combination of beef and pork. Feeder-stocker animals' madeup 45: 120-140 ]b.., $2280; and 100- Lo.ti Add II I II Riloy, &01 I57 .% p4 of Hie" of ttl: I 11.tr.ab. a,1.. ....

Place one in bottom of each can. sixty per cent of the supply 120 lbs., 2290. Add 5 f. Sib p. 8Iot. I It Huh,.. 'alh.rI. Set II 00 of 1I1e" U 1 11 G_. I.... L A r..1e Uf

Place 3 or 4 carrot stripe 3 toma and nearly one-thud of the animals Sows: most 180-400 Ibs., $21.- Lot .. 111k' P. Plasm Add I. 5 11 TIll...... Uu" 5.5 1111Los A NWof....... .t 1116 lasd. of u. NIt\4 rt 1: 1 U 0 1Audio.- ....... 14.1.
.. Add II 5 L..I.
O. Hlk p. III.t. 55 Ployd t 17
to slices and about 1/2 cup cooked offered for sale were calves.Slaughter 45-$2103 400.700lbs wbr u. P5N AI a des.
.
; $1993- Lot 1. Sib 0rates Add IS I 11 W. Ames a 555
corn on each patty, Cover with animals sold by. class $20 95. Masson.: .. A s. 'J.\ .1D 114 P U I II lq, 0...... Oral 11.1.
Lot. 4 5 I, Bib Q. States .
/ lid.Place as follow.; Boars: $1800-$1680( : Mol 1 It Homes. CaI..I. !... i001 111 II 1 It ,..._ c.wt: .1 "...... II..'
Lot I. I" 4, I........ ...
i on grill, over hot coals Steers: utility, $1400-11700; Feeder plus: U. 8. No. 2s. SO- Lot 1 S 54 Lot .. Bill a, .I.u u. It Im/thi .
t
...
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4 1 .. ....
and cook for 35 to 45 minutes one cutter $11.75. 125 Ibs., $1Q50-$24SO, mostly S..w Add II I II P..II John It. ..... Lot /. Bill II, .......... a.. +. 4_ 5.r/

If you want you can drop a small Heifers: low to average good, $23.00 up. 54 Los. Add 15. Lot 5, Ilk 5.61st. tt I II Wllltams. I... 1155 lot rldl U. SIb 1/ .......... I.. II 11 at...6 ......... D. 5 )Ilq 111

teaspoon of dumpling batter over $1900-121.23: ; standard, $1700- Sow. with| 8-10 pigs; $11700- Los Lot. 1.4 111k 5 f T., Bill 6tat.a T, Aid.I.t. 11 I U HoI.... Cstb.rls. 5.5. ..11 pta's U 1 II Mhr 0.... L I. 5-

the vegetables the last 15 to 20 $19.50; utility $13.00-118.110; cutters $121.00 per lot. Add II I 11 Irolmas. c.,........ !... II." E1d I. Sib 11, I........ -.. elf

minutes. Make the dumpling bat 11601300. a Lot 1 : N54 Lot 4. 1111 V. DIN II W...... L ... 1 ... s.. 175Ili
Slot. Add II I 11 Pan.ll loh. I. 111 A .._I d lad des la
ter from biscuit mix. Cows: cutter and utility "2.00. Let ': .rlr. :11I'.tl A4d.WII 1 11 A....,... R..b.n 1 OLIN ...1 P 111 .. I 11 "nt .... b.wt h loll
$1500; tanners, $0.00-$12.00; Thought For Week N4 '. A .Msd "'J. OIII
II h. III... U" II t II Willi.... t..I1. .... rp.'t: 11
Looking for ways to whittle hells down to $8.25. British Philosopher Bertrand U 1 a..a4L5Hn1 II'
& I, 11111 W. States 1 110 Ft 1. Iont1. U"
down the food budget? Choose Bulls: utility. $1 .00-$1850; Russell said: "A good society I is a 1..0': II I 11 Willi..... I... 114IM Cob S.b.Di I! 11 II U"-. CaIJ ., ...
I. Rib' 61.1. II I 11 Asd.n.s. \:........ Co 10." .
chicken. According to the U. S, utters, $12.00-$15.00; canners,, means to a good life for those Los 1 :1.1 i. B'-"W: Tb.W10h.fSl/,1. Will Jw1, It.'.

Department of Agriculture It's $8.00-$13.00, mostly $10.00 up. who compose It; not something 'lads Add II I II A.......... .N" 5OIH. -"J.: :' bulb u.. Oak. \
....
often offered u a ."loss-loader.. Calves: standard and low good having a kind of excellence on its Est tat 5. III" W. 81.t.. 5.10 ", .1 Mre.. l 110 h u t II I....' ..... 10511 0... 1111

At such times you can save as $1300-$1900: utility. $1250-I4' own account AJ.1 to I iS Bryut 0.3k. A 11..10. l. IS, tenth U" 0..11

much as 20 per cent. 00. U a w" lot S, Sib W. ...t.. C.rw5.' .... Tbo1NF1.4/1Nrssf lsb.DN II II OnuH1.. Clyde a Pods .....

You can pocket another 2 to 4 Feeder-stocker clawcs. sold a> Rotating tplndles In the me- Add !1 : I: Asdw...Sbs'Jo Reb.rt Ills Ls 51' hatk ...... Oat

cents a pound If you buy the follows: chanical cottonplcker pull the open Lo 4. Rill X. .I.t.. Ad.. 11 hr..i5 150.50. II 1 It I....... c-.. 1 T_...
.
'rho N Ito Fe sib' I. Slabs ....
broilers whole and cut them up Steers: good $1800-$207S; cotton from the boll. Add II 1 II A.d..., ......... a oui.t. .. Tb.wNhoft01P5. I l1

yourself standard $16.00-$18.25: utility,, I. ... M.. (101 ... ... 0.501 ...... Od
1 sib o. Rubla.oss 1Ito-,*,
II II 0.-., m.1I 5 Oole
__ 1400-$1800; few Inferior. $11- (Office Suppllr at McCrlmon'i) Add II' II M.Esno, 1.10. I. 5 fb.H ISPSSIS555I. r., II II
........ .t 10. S.mb ...... 0.11
Does your family enjoy roast Lot 5, alII O. II.......... iN.Bas II t II LMy ..... I...., c..
y/,41
beef with plenty of good gravy Add II 1 11 M.11'.im. .10. .. 5 EMI' .... F. 1..q U..

If I'd like to : along ''a NOTICSNo La. .... : II I It T..Ilnaon. w..... AI K. L 17,10
so. pass Lot 1 5 1, Sib A, HIM11Add h. 11'10 0. Cafes Ads Os 1 It c--, L ... .
j recipe which Is a quickie cuts ,) la long that ski (oll.wln d.rlb.d, 'land,, a. 'mueh th.r..f II 1 It ......, "_II. LOS L.0. 1. S, t. AI I. .Sib L II
time the kitchen these u will:. ,:: a.cw..ry Is pay ameu.l du.w as... ,1.04 .: .rpa.l as Nu Lot. I. 1. 5 ::01:111 A. 00.05, Add II 1 II 'h_ !. 5
your in( on sums '. .th.. whh Ile net .r .uc" .. and sdrwtld,5.. .11I .5..11, a "uhlM H.mpbr.s II 1 II On,. Bora" Darts. llaWt. yArIM 1111
hot days and provides some good audio, Tsud.y' Sq t.mbw' : Isel' .t 15. 5wr lool, A. 55..0 Ih.. City Hall 11. IbUSNSibA. Lo 5. Carroll Maid.
eating doer 4 Ibe cub .I Llrs Owl : Suwus.. C.u.y:Iw..f FI.rsw Hu.'....,. Iub.M. II I' II Mllke. I" 115Let. ."Al: II 1 I. 1n......
U.
'J 1. 5 I. H... Lad It. 11. 15, Sib I, are
I Use one of the less expensive DESCRIPTION SEC.IWP act NAM& AMT.Berl pbnrs :...!br.11I II t It ..u.., Ida UI ,ell N. Sod. Add I' t 11'_ a-tIo
..ISO: Lea 4, Sib a. Hsmpbnrt Loto lo I' I" Sib I. Car.rs1 1 ..
cuts of beef such chuck PK.
rumpor
as DrIIl.D
i .I: : S S'S Sub. .DH II / 11 1".hoIt, soma 1 .... 1I/ ... .... A44 14 t I' 1nu.. 1 ......
blade. D' \ Los 1. Ilk P. H.......'. \ 111
Take a piece of heavy aluminum 1644 of 5..5 res.Nu 150Ft ......0.." II 1 II Ih.h.. ..... IIILet. Wtl't. Lunt: I4lsis.. II t 11 T....... Arflo K. 5I.te
.h..... W 100 F1, 5 SI 5 U. Bill I. H... ......
foil large enough to wrap 100 FI.. S: ISO n t. POD II t 11 Mocon4t.r. Rub S pbnrs lab-Die. II 1 It W....... Stab. 5 A5.na 111Lat. 5 4. BIb. 1!. IJbaly II
I the roast'I In. On the center of foil M.rrlp 111.11 IT AI t1 IIlk I. Hu.. ..:.. II 1 II 4 AraS L 5Ses
'... Da. Ta.
SW ( 1 Ssnks w
I .q a .tartlne al pbnrs 1t..III.I. II 1Ony. 11.1 .
\ place 1/2 can of undiluted Creamof of 0.1.... sal adnl' Ill Lan II. IIIL a. B........,. 551 Ft If .. ii c:.. of I HNt
( Cream of SINSSby. Ill .saaw : .II-Dt" II a II nna..... 111 aa..ws. Pt.NS
Celery Soup or AI 4 III A. ... III Dtle L Sib i Csrnn Add 11 5 Nolagny. 5.m 5011 \ Fs.a1NKI11 .
Mushroom), Spread slightly and / P 11 I/ 11 Hwt.r. J. M. 5'M.1tadS. 1,11at. f Sal: : t-5. Sib 1I. C.nnll Add It 1 I: Csrw, Pod 1111Ntt P1 .. P05 It 1 11 ......., 111.. Mrs.
put one-half package of dry onion I A.f.t.J I ORB. f tat I. Bib 'L c....... ... iI h W ., NH54.f! 417
:.J l I
Add II I 1t Fwd, W..I". / lit t5 .f 5R WrtS705 M
i soup. Then place roast on top of II t 11 D.....', ......" 5 a.." 1111 "e .. nib IT. e.n u. II 1 It Mill.,. .. Ita" ..... :: \.a::
soup mixture. On top of roast 8.. .. NJI: CD' .r 81'\4': n'1W Let 5. Sib U. C..II A' II 1 .11 ".omlob. ..Jo...... S M IN n as POS It. 'II Cw "_.1 Awls Is.
.od ova "ro"J 111Los. c... N S ..... IS Sal
spread over half of dry onion w 114 Ft for a 7 S 1. 8110 Ill Ca..11 lda.asb.l5L.0.dSwC..oIt5MIRsb., /
Add II 1 It WIlIIo_ Maw .... 3
half
soup and top with the other solar Is.ll ElN IIIyy
I.a. 5 II Sib 714 C..II S'5ISIPt..Ws1
of Cream of \Celery Soup. Bring t. "OR II 1 II Iurk1, D.. 1 Itatlo 11." .J' II t II Grifna, ........ 1'. 550 T-. Ins 1 111 .Pt 0II.
I foil drug-store type of it A Sot III yds 8 nf Nt: 1.1. 11 1 U. alb. III. ....$ WIIIF.Ntl/ I
up wraP. CI,. of n4:\ .f IW4\ S Add II 1 It $...... isanlta 101. 111L. .!'Pn I. t II D..O th Soup I.
1 I Run W II ,d.. a Is yda. .- 1' 1 I" 1111 ILL C.rron* Lo .bum ill pl.Nof SWCw /N 1
I '.", N IS ,.. to AN II 1 It ...... h....... .." '.01 of MW.f lRa.4 I
: II 0 11 H.,.. APIe .,11N ,. is, Rib 111. cn .... If $4 r4o. It. ....
1 AOI. Nt: 'or Dr IW\4 tad Add II t It 0_ A.... 111WI tN.. W 111N a .
Gmlm H... 'by / a I. 8" IV C.n.R row II I U J..w, ..... L '
.,t..WII :, Spa 'I m. II I II WIIIkmn. ...IU. Le H"t Add II I II 0It...... A 111 W ., ISIS

i"w'1I SP.A.1 Pty Lot S. Sib I.. C'attoall Add II 1 II 0_ I.... 5 1171Ns ..t"'I- II i II Sow Dew 5 A..ls 055
t trill 1 a H. 11. II. 11. II, 55. I..awD-MDSPPPIII I' I II Cols '
.br 111,1 S I.. N 5 II, IIIL IV. eo. to- .. JeW .Car of .awe 111
: H 1 II lib..... 1t1l..1IoI1I 1,11LetiX5UhsDWS1 :':iI'- II I 1l IMls 1 Mestay. S.e..w .... 1 two 5 plot's
1 : ...._ lies n. B 151 R If ,
; .by Mkblsr.. W lor Corn.tnSlIAuduhpa.. Let 51. RIll IV. c..n AU 01 1 II Rr..'. .... II NLa ISSYtW7.iho.POS.
rI 1 Sib 41. R.. AN II 1 II Ivy, a._ 511aAd1 Dl Ili P tl 1 Ir..wll.ra0 5 Toe4 r
If1III .
111 P II 14 t II H...... Will 5 .....Df9\ lass 5 It. Blt1. Res S..u.NIN,1/of N 1
A las a, .e 1'111' 1'0. lOt II 1 II O.... sew I.., 101 Car 045I\1: r.aWN
IIX" of SW'4. AI II.. w Lass Bib 11, Ads as S R 1111 1" ....
Pt.410ry5 5410Ft (.s It. Sib 45. = Add 51 1 nri..:", Ills. 111 M IN1,1N POS II t II A........ aebri tl) ,
I N 10h .. pOI 1.a.S l.. 0. lUll 41. __ A' II t 11 55.b.N.... Myrtle slot I.M .110 .. s ps 151,1W511IhSoSUCw.S I
rnnd of .Mod N 5 S, .... t. Sib' n. It_ AN II 1 II ,..a.- AIM. 111L.u
of Hwy 111 U / n Muw.ll Pale, 1.111M U 5 10. Ilk /1. B_ $l5 5MSILPtI
1, MrGrs..l. Add 1 N.t.blos, W5... I. 5 PSp 1.55: A' 11 1 II Flwr 1 ,.,.. 111L. 1stH N 110 ," W 1M 1.i
Lot I. ...0..,.... Add II t II a..,. \:1: ,... L All IT, Sib U. It_ Add 10 0 11 R.U.Io15 a-. 1N s is II t II r410 Loa J
1 A NI car of 55% -.fNw't 5.5. IIIIt a. Ssr.sb.ms 10 5 11 Dwt 1. Dwo I" I.... .. Oil ,1 5 5 IN ,1 Uw e
s55PtNSSSII tat 1. Sib 11. erslbma II 1 II WatwK &,.._ S Der..Sy 111 : W. CM 0f Ita.d.. .
I Ft t: 5 W II / II "It" R. L .... Less I5Ii5WtodDols S..wleeFt.IIl/Pt f.

", II HO od. of 514 lot 1.5SW 1'bhtbll.SIa IIS h a. P0a II t II...... ... I f1U
1 1w.s N54 .f 11:140: of 1'116 II 1 II T.nsJ. Arlon I. 11..' I U.Cob II t II Tw..l A. L I.... 141)S. I InM h15II. n W.4R 1 A5n. I'.
Loon IS 1 10. .."..1, H Ill. .. .. .id. .1 (5. .e IIPSIfoamtosCaSibH .. ... _
Ins It 1 II BoU", J. F. 5 .aI.1o. H.l' INRtIN y; t

..- 1W ., Lol. $0 1 I. ......, Hill.Rt 5 I.. S 55.55 W .Ids ..fe5K11 :55RNI55Psa. 0 1t/ I II WaS..J..L.SA.W
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA .




I Growth in Tolerance Patience ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON /,AIMJ.$55111aaa51.5 Grant Awarded" Medal


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Pastor's CornerREV. .:r.::;;;;
USB MIDWAY (CVT-41))

---1' IFHTNO Aug. It Musician I"'

Seaman Ernest R. Grant, USN, i

RAYMOND WHITE IOn of Mr. and Mr. Harry B. ) I

Grant formerly of Live Oak:, but 'j I

Minister, St. Lake Episcopal Chtrch now resident of Ocala. was I
awarded the Armed Force Expe

dltionary Medal while serving on

Following the turmoil In Lot today because they are Christian the Staff of Commander: Carrier !.
I It
Angel last week, a leader of the Some of the Epistle were writ { 1 1VI Division Seven, aboard the attack

Black Muslim emphatically its- ten to churches under persecutionIn aircraft CSS Midway In the .

ted that he and many others were attempt to bolster the sagging South China Sea

willing to die for their convic\ faith of some of the weaker member vrfw CliriilUuis to splrilial 5.h tag upon Uw Lori Inw OirUh rnuci sad. Hablhr5 ... Ui. Paul Hats" llw ttMlllk u... art a '

hone. Although their philosophie *. And during the periods frllomliip nrun* up UWM whn Ire ,..... .nut pparlwulli dutnf MWK mt (.Tular5,115th ,.iI,' 'u* add i.. .u iur, >t biraumi". h , InwptM k% nr tell** Ml. us nhnitnc *,.... to all airs .r. sltva>i fui 1,"> fwrnM sriiyin( i;,.d l I. I. are M degraded u the preachln: when the Church was forced underground ln ir l>"r knnflnjr M* s *n ,. MUmn in" "'n515 calm M vkMIt ou n HUN luvrt Ihr .kun.i ..c ,pr.!.,in .. ..'-, shrinkage of more than one percent
of Aryanism In Germany 30 year people still Joined the ,. arycnilmc* up n Uw Holy Spirit. .not". ui i., utinm, with/ .them snJ MWU nrs .k.pt M iTiial _. ,,,n, i M l.> 9

MO. the fervor which: they ei- rank of Christ' men even -UabtmM 1,1-" OnUiMM 10, PIUlll'pIaM.t.. PhUiwwui. 4 S-T QOUPKN TEST: Onlnlktni 4 .. In either direction

hlblt hu an enviable quality. though it placed their lives and

Ood forbid that Christian the live of their fvnlllM. In peril. religious and moral issues as we Columbia County showed a j

should ever be called upon to diem There hu never been hesitation do toward political and national Sinvnnncc Shows Cain In $1.391,010.37.Orange light las of 18S per cent for
County
defense of their religion; however on the part of the Church toacknowledge Issues. This would indicate that : $1.338.60308; IU28,- July IMS when $83.80047 was
893.3; down 034 per cent; $1. collected
compared to $64,70383collected
uncounted thousand ban that the ultlmat- '
religion II t of secondary' Importance
died, and others are being kt1le<' demand that Christ puts upon uU i put but few Christina. Sales Tax Payment For July 1965 310.371.83. In July 1 64. July 196S
Out of state collections .
to lay down our live for Ills reported was slightly up from the $63,-
would admit to this. Throughoutthe
direct to the Tallahassee office 347.34 collected In June 19AS.
sake. But this Is not preached Bible, man1 troubles per- Suwannee County continued to ly IMS. B.6S per cent more than were over the million mark In all
Social Other nearby counties showed
Security today because It would be called aonal. family community: and show a gain In sales tax collections the $....1.1111.80 collected the Instance. Collection in July
I the following for the same periods
too fanatical or unsophisticated from the tact during the month of
national atom July same month in 1904 and up IMS were $$1.988.704 IS 31
up
AnswersEditor's or radical. Instead, the Gospel that he place God second In his 1165 whereas S3 counties of the slightly from the 'UIUt..1 per cent over the $1.700.07710 :
Hamilton
: $8.30374 $7.63868
U : ;
Interpreted to mean that a state
reported lower
collection paid on sale during Juno IMS.
paid In during IIIU 1
July
and up up 718 per cent: $7.61438.
complete dedication of a person I I' life.To for this
the
year over same month Other producer of a million
In the future from the $1.193.44300 paid In for
demanded total predict: a time Lafayette: $3.77076; $3.33348;
( Note: These questions a commitmentto ; last year. Collection: In fiuwanner dollars or more In sale taxe and June IMS sales
Christ. when Christian will be called up- up 19.39 per cent; 83.3S8.7S.
and answers are compiled by William This In turn stop short I of County for July IIIIIS were $3:1-: the amounts collected for July Nearer home I
the extent Taylor .
of an actual sacrifice of on to witness to County Madison: $13,77891; $16.316,
M. Eane District Manager a person'sHfe. "1.18. a gain of 941 per cent 190S July 1964 percentage of
has
of their a hug 39,09
cent tncreaiewith
their security per 67 4
own ; down 46 per cent 13.100.21..
or of the live of his family!! ,
over the $30.11)30
collected
for the Social Security Administration In gain or toes and collections for
friendship of their lives collection of $49.63333 for Liberty had the lowest
and it very County
Is
at Valdosta. Eanes invitesreaders another example of 1N. July 1985 was down however June 196S are listed In order below .
Convenient Christianity", would be to be classified as July INS a* compared with. the collection $1.71990, down 366

to mail their questionsto prophet of doom. But the time from the $33,70977 paid In : $$38.439 paid In the same monthin per cent from the $1,76633 collected
him at P. O. Boll 1132.. ValdoU. During the wars In which thli during June INS In this county Duval: $1.916.33013; $3.024. 1964
but
may not be far off, and we should down considerable In July 111'., and below
i Oa. Please do not mall yourinjulrles nation has been Involved there at least consider In our heart Total collection in the state 03688: down $33 per cent; $!,- from the $64.S3I.18 reported for the U.OIt'l1 paid for June 1968

to this paper.) U rarely a lack of men and wom I' the consequences of what action for July "liS totaled $JI. )7,. 998.339 43.Broward. June 196S. sales. 1\\ I

QUESTION; I understand you en who voluntarily' arc willing to me may take. Elijah called upon $74 02. slightly more than the : $1,642.30013; $1,518! -- ------- --- -. ___ _._ __ t ,

will now pay children up to age die for their country, This ii, to the people of Israel to make up $20,787.88301 collected In June 92119; up 611 per cent; $1,808-
P
n If they go to school. Is this u*, the ultimate exhibition of patriotism. crucial liltS but 2.37 per cent more than 083.08.HUbborough.
their minds at a moment
true And we are willing -1 In history: "How long will you ro the $31.314.43038 collected In the : $1.571,84696; ALL NEW ROW CROP i

ANSWER: Ye, It ... Childrennow kill and be killed because we .bUeve .. limping with two different opine state during July 1944. $1.833.693; up 255 per crnt:

under 22 whose check stop that through war *e mill be I ions" We. too. are !limping with Dade County continued Its wide $I.S J.7J333.Plnrllas MF 180

able to correct, or at least alleviate lead as a revenue producer with .
pod at ue 11 may start them up two different opinion, for w* : $1.308.88433; $ ,

again subject to school attendance man's inhumanity to man. I cannot follow Christ if we are $4,42S.901.2 collected during Ju 324,80863; down U6 per rent; I 11Ir-brawnybralny4. plow atrong-Jn 3 row I ;

and our usual work rule A* a nation, we are dedicated to turned aside by every whim of crop front end ntylen. With new Pressure Control C l''
preserving our own Ood-glven
QUESTION:: I am 79 year old
man. Total commitment meansjust added to the Advanced Ferguson System for Instant
liberties and to provide three )
Will I
and have only 4 quarters. that, and the chaos that Increases "
MODERN weight transfer traction with Implement
same liberties to other peoples I j
get boaplt.aJ1nIUran ? puU-tyre
In world U
ANSWER: Yes but you will Our national commitment I I. stated I every day our \ AERIAL world' mot comfortable Cockpit with ,
where
pushing u* to the point we
In the Declaration of Independence roomy platform adjustable steering column and
You
have to sign up for It may will not be able to be part-time I APPLICATION

also get a special monthly payment : Christian. Now U the time when efficient Control Center. Come nee itt I

of $3$ for the rest of your And for the support of this
we should determine which: Wt
Spraying Seeding Dusting Fertilising
life. Declaration, with a firm reliance I w. will !

QUESTION: : When the medicare on the protection of dlvln! choose.Is ALLBRITTON BROS.

program come in. can I still Providence, we mutually pledgeto HOWARD MORGANPHONE

choose my own doctor? each other our Live, our Cypress Garden. officially

ANSWER: Of course you can. Fortunes and our sacred lion- opened January 2, 1936, 1s Flood TRACTOR CO.
362-2016 U.S. 90 WEST
This program win In no way attempt a'. second" oldest attraction

to affect the doctor-patient or.It seems Inconsistent that we Silver Springs, near Ocala I* the I LIVE OAK FLORIDA 21S W. tilt ST. 3 J2J3I r r rI

relationship. do have the same feelings towards oldest. I I I

QUESTION: : What If my doctor y .- -

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toast AMEMDMtNT* TO SIR VOTU ON rMMMnm linn nil. tor MM 111 --F I5.nY. ....11. 5.5.w 5115.5511 Wu.4 pas....55, Y Hr111.s4511al In IMM "1111131. I a. SM IPslmmto IM r.lliMl ul IMs sitwMlnwnl1st .
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agent to get back whatmedicare :' = C 1N 51Mids& s.ia .i ::= r k4rf a ...=.... -.p,5wY .c.t.f" M tn, vt4.d M Mw ... 11..6 111 ........51 a:.,......., has.r ........., nnivcr* ... smnkifs' **. "'
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QUESTION: How old does a .. 1M mNSS.. 11..1.1 Mbww. .eh, _. 11115.4 w. ... tor Uw kiirpnii nt soulmun ::: 5.d 5r .555 ets51 b. b.S.Iby ........_._.
widow nave to be to get checks T.. w4" r .... Jolt sa- .. It rvs ......... INS .5... I Na4 ..:::..... f...."' .".r ....... nr ---un. ...... pnrlMMml Mpalnw1 Y M 54 Ins 1 I III UyMi vsrin4 MrllftosUMi sr
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now? "n* Mw I 515..555 g.51MMlw.rlNr51rr 1.5$3.1 p.m.Ill .< UW p1N nrrt (nwnpt for Itom M ISIS 55.I.d ......., ..5aM 4 i SKIM ml IM MrUry ml MnMllul
ANSWER: widow can getmonthly .Vru4nM.SMl Mwr c1 wl 54 114(0.... r.W114 .. e-4 .,... 55 N1 sills 515. ..., N.apow in nl IMM I* .to>r ........... _II. .... 14155115.1 I sac SIMM .....* Bvrm.nl to
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check: at age 60 but only SUMukMMM MMknMtkM) toMwnwstors .51.4. 55 w w11 4.a Sills = r pr.i..d.1w = lour .....1. Into fcwr nr mnrn Inn. IM r.,.... 5.5.5055415 "".,.. r, IM smcnUnwni Shan ks ml n.. I' .. 1
the record of their deceased m Mw Mnto M: rtortos S4Mrlnl a slit 5.M11w Y N11 .11ad5aui M 15.1 mm* to knr1r t4
on sNsiiiiB M StoMSM-r aIMS -wt55AHr51VrWa1.511o.ew1l51a N ........ 515.1 5.N.ebf = r Mw nM ml wsr Bnrls Uwt* J p5.J..$ M 55.4.515. 555551 Irmtmj rutiir* inMtosiMM ml Uw tmm- :
husband. The widow's payment' 1* ) nna k* nM* to Mr -V *.* MntomISS sVnnrMwnl kns sMnrMMMl Mini ,..,.,......

reduced for life U she choose to NOW TNKHCrOKZ, t TOMkDAkti Jlo. > ml MM SMM M1 Its tlMS ml 1. 1 a SS mm ft Wsmst. BnMB"S. ... .. ... nr .lll kn MltwMnl NMfctor NO S
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take it between the age of 60 and SM ITM v.. toMmnt MM nnsnr .. ..k.is. Tlw BUM* nl ..ln >*.5.5.I .
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disabled at age 5.514 5514 51. 1 : tIIL S t
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55 n..rd. $515 Malesp. .154555 51 a, I.IL 5..e .. .
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became .... 1- a.11Mu.r pl.p51r5.11s451.r 511111.r. u. a M ir.w U 1.111 N C.p/ta lrMMTIM)
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disabled before age 22. he ..... rI..110.....cwt r 1555 w .w....Sa.ssg.54.41.r.1111(11 51 5.4. N as 515WI1151I ass W r Y ISIS 15qNS M. WM. u...__ sdWuiss ..iwir..''wrJ.M W ..*. tmmtt, iiwwto mmMr a1a nf IrnMnr nr .,.... kMlr

may get payment from the ree- ATllIOUf'I BUKXJOTUM NO .5555. 55! ArtMW V W ton ..... 5.11 11 -'AI.5(55 55 puss '' to Stan MMMW Mrwl sT > 411..4 r- 5r p.15.55 1.w .tl(5w1 Mgsd..1. 11M/n/ u.e455..5J.
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from ,- SMI MmnIhl _
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a living parent who get monthly A JOIN .s. 111115.54.11 nl fill wI. 5.515.. sal M .... M M51 1 5.lai .rwr A.*1l IS, IBS*. nn4 l..i...4." ... mkr M MMM ml ITM.
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QUESTION: I get a monthly 55 w nwtoM c .d.s ....- a.1 11(1d5I15r4 s* a M> s.*r4>4 st fwlfa Prey. V.t.l'r Ir-m Mrp Ywwus.a .51.555.raprcarpe.5115ww41aMM '' 1511 55.55 a Sic ...... og
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octal security check. flow do I l..br r .ap aar54arY 5.5.1. W NM N 51155411.1.. 5.N..5 '5w ...... M 55 1$ MI. ......" IMM k* tor BUMS Mm .
.. .. Mw srmissMl Ow b.5w 51
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sign up for hospital Insurance ..esN. .. w N..a5 m5.Ne 45. .. 5Md51r. 11 ,....- M a .. sm51 brM.e --.- ..... .............. -,.-,.
alreadyget r I 51 1avl N 'MMeo Na..Ie 51 5. .......... by. w a .. Tkn ......... nf .... taNs nr snr. w'NasaAI, $55 1..1....m nf ....
ANSWER: : Since you 5111.. W w -.- r w : 555(5a.51, a NM 5aNM .:: ; .. M U 11 fmto Onnrfl car to .- IMM B........ ....*) nlIM .... r ,...... 5111 N1.i111114
social security theca witr .11..e.rry = = .* MlkUw ...... W .... 0.4. vlylwI1I 5.55 .
your .ea 55 55 a. 55 .5.ar M .e Mw a, s.spa4/51NI' 5555.5511 a -/tmntf rm H each month you wonl have to e aaos / A..Y aW a al. I, trl.r55sat.. r : w4 M5.wp..sY 5. N .... 0.515u51 51 : ? MM tmftntmMt mt mmm ml 55, MUw 51,1' -..- UM .......* nfW
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PAGE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1

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James H. Buchanan of Mayo and Schools will operate at five locations Folsom said and an school plants following day.
School Time
I Again L. B. Robenon of Live Oak. In the county this year, will be ready to receive their pu- Data from test procedures aJ
Colored ___ Eight $25 cash prizes were distributed one less than last year. School pils Monday morning slaughter will be carefully recor
to Fred Allen. O'Brien: officials voted to close the McAl- Plans call for moving Suwannee ed and made available to trt
Frank Oroome. Wellborn: Frank pin school at the close of lastyear's High School to the new facility owner.
News Jackson, McAlpIn: James E. Law- session and students norm- now under construction at Pine Each application for stand a
eon, Mayo: and EU Baxter, Ed ally assigned to the school: were View during the Christmas vaca- market pen entry: must be axl
Chauncey, W. D. Duncan, and A. transferred to schools at Live tion, school officials said companied by a deposit of $l.o|
W. Ward all of Live Oak. .
Oak, Wellborn, and Branford.
Will Visit Pigs slaughtered at the end
Quartet Other sites at which schools will
the test period will be sold at curl
I Ebenczer ChurchA i No. 4 i operate are Clayland and O' No.8 rent market prices In the Lh
male quartet from Archer died by the commission as well as Brien. vaccinated for cholera at least 21 Oak area Income from sale cl
will present a musical program at details of operation. Wellborn and Clayland schools days before being brought In. two market hogs and the Initial
Ebenezer AME Church Sunday Sessions In speaking for the will be six grades, one thru six. Vaccination for erysipelas Is op- deposit will be used to defray thl
night at 7:30 p.m. for the benefitof -- 1E01 board here Tuesday urged county Those at Live Oak, Branford and tional and each entry must be expense of testing. Any other
the Woman's Day program on r- I residents to visit the site Satur- O'Brien are high schools with accompanied by a health certificate profits that accrue to the test!
September 12. day and see what many describeas grades one thru 12. indicating vaccinations given group over and above feed coeul.
Mrs. Bessie Jackson presidentof one of the finest small city No Negroes applied to attend and containing a health history and other expenses will be returned -
the missionary society and her K landing fields In this area. school at' Branford High School of the herd. to the Individual entering
co-workers will have charge of and no white students asked to Litter data to Include farrowing the animals.A .
the morning service at 11:00 a.m. !n'0.' 5 attend O'Brien High School. Thus date number of pigs farrowed producer consigns the hogs I
Mrs A. B. White wife of the those who work the hardest to these two schools will follow the number of pigs weaned, number at his own risk and the Evaluation .
pastor will give the address and make their communities better pattern of former years. of'pigs each sex raised and Center will not be respond-
the combined choirs will render I places in which to live. All applications for colored identification of each animal i ble for the death of pigs consigned .
the music. Judge Adams deplored the lack children to attend former all- must be furnished when entry Is i to the test
Sunay School Is at 0:30 am I of respect for civil law apparentIn white schools applied to the Su- i made. Included In the policy of operation .
with Mrs Rosa Fuller superin- this nation today. Much of it wannee High School complex with I Pigs will be accepted on any is a provision that all pIgs
tendent, presiding. he said was due to failure of governmental applications in the primarygrades Monday or Tuesday of each week. upon entry become the propertyof
The service planned Sunday I Mi f leaders at all levels to at Nettle Balsden. In the Tests procedures will be followed the Florida Swine Evaluation
night at the African Baptist I meet outbursts with a firm hand. elementary grades at Pine View until pigs reach 201 pounds\ when Center.
Church was postponed until the Er "Confusion, disorder and violence and In the junior and senior high they will then be removed from Crews said that his department
fifth Sunday, August 29, due to w Is poison to good govern school departments at Suwannee the test and taken to slaughter.Hogs would be happy to explain details
rain. This service will begin at ment" the Judge declared.lie High. will be weighed tatooed, of the plan and to answer questions
7'30 pmFamily. admonished the local clubas Registration and pre-school details and delivered for slaughter with that arise concerning the
well as all civic clubs In the will be completed this week carcass measurements taken the project.

Day Held At I land to promote responsibility to
Florida's thousands of school cnlldren will be trekking to
law and order as its greatest con-
African Ilaptist! Church classes very soon, many of them for the first time. tribution to community building.
Family Day was observed at State Treasurer Broward Williams Is seen conferring with .
the African Baptist Church last Keith Bosenberg left, director of Leon County school transportation No. (i irlea Notice to School Patrons of Suwannee CountyDuring
Sunday with the pastor, Rev. S.
on safety features with which school buses are equipped.
I R. Bright Sr., delivering the ser of discussions were Janet
Williams Issued a special plea for extreme caution by motorist Shlna and Florence Wagner con- the past' chool year and In connection with the plan for

mon.Families made church contri- during the first weeks of school. The treasurers office Is engaged sultants on lunchroom programs: desegration of Suwannee County Schools which was submitted to the

butions by groups at the service In an Interstate safety program throughout Florida. Landis Stetter exceptional child Department of Health, Education and Welfare in Washington, and
which will be used to help church education: Bob Blnger. science accepted by them, the School Board has developed a plan whereby the
activities. A financial drive for Odd Fact or under the table policies adopted education: Bob Burrows math parent of each child who is to attend school in Suwannee County this
the work of the church Is now After the death of a 102- to keep this plan from work- education; Minnie Lee Rowland school year will have to make a choice of school for their child or
underway. year-old woman In Viseu, Portugal Ing. elementary education; and Gray children ot attend. This process of making a choice of schools has
Wilson health safety and physi-
records were discovered been going on since last May.
cal education. All of these people
Household Hint revealing a well-kept secrct- I think our school board work-
Save time, and her real age, 108. ed hard and long to come up witha were from the State Departmentof At the present time there are approximately 50 pupils in the
by using steps to money plan that would be approvedand Education. county who attended school last year but who have not, at the present
your oven cook
complete meal instead of just a a Experts are like ordinary peo- at the same time retain for were Others Pearline here Yeats for ,the physical sessions education time, made a choice of schools and been assigned to a school by the
our people the greatest voice pos- School Board.
tingle dish. ple they seldom agree. from the U. of Florida
. ilble In how It would be done. I
A son or daughter from think the freedom of choice plan and Dr Vincent Orannel. from Parents who have not made a choice of schools for their childrento
home will appreciate keeping away Informed No.1 Is by far the best for this coun- the education.state department of health attend should do so by Friday noon of this week. Those who have

on hometown news witha operate under a freedom of choice ty and believe the people of this Local school officials said the not made a choice will experience considerable delay in getting their
Suwannee Democrat subscription plan. It must be a freedom of county will be smart to make It meetings were most beneficial child or children enrolled as the application or choice has to be approved
choice and no stumbling blocks work. By so doing we can at least I and similar sessions are plannedfor by the County School Board before the principal of an individual
best guide how the county goes the future. school can enroll a pupil.
about complying with the law .
)si The paragraphs above also include children who are entering

No. 7schools. school in Suwannee County for the first time, either as a first grader
No 2 Since that time several
or a transfer student from without the county.
Have changed their minds and
price paid for leaf by company
have asked to again enroll at the
buyers this season was $75.00 per
hundred, altho a few sales of school: attended last year.
$70.00 were reported. These, Phil- Folsom said It would be next Henry M. Folsom, SuperintendentBoard
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PHONE J6Z-I111 lips said, were bids by warehousemen. week before the actual number of Public InstructionSuwaniM
Adults 50o-Children tOe-Tax Included He placed the lowest at of colored children enrolled In
BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE around 17o for trash. I former all-white schools In this County
Saturday Opens 11:41 -Movie 1:00 The sales supervisor attributed city would be accurate.
Sunday Through Friday Opens ICS Movie 8:00 the good market to the vast am

I D..Y-mJO"Y ount of medium and common
TmTR AUGUST fl7
grade tobacco sold here this season .
Premium leaf sold at 174.00
WALT DISNEY'S
and $7500 and these sales, of
which there was many helped
THOMASINACARTOON make the high market average
Very few growers turned tick-
ets during this year's sales, Phil
lips added. CHECK PROTECTORS
BATITRDAYV.MTOITST\ 8H Phillips said there was general
satisfaction with the market and

BEACH BLANKET BINGO that the season Just ended was
the finest he had witnessed In the
many years he has served as sales
Feature No. t-
supervisor here

MUSCLE BEACH PARTY .
No. 3 SELECT USED

j CARTOONIiITNDAY.MONDAYTF.IiIDAY I Commerce.Top .
j award o>( a $500 savings ,
L. .i '. ,.
AUGUST t9-S9-Sl bond went to L. C Jackson and .' .
Edward Henderson of Mayo, who 4
sold their tobacco under both of : ::1"
JOHN WAYNE KIRK DOUGLAS their names. '. Stops Forgery-Simplifies Check-Writing
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Savings bonds In the amount of
1100 went jointly to Earl Bem- ,
IN HARMS WAY
berg and Heber Brannan and to c;( '-

CARTOON NEWS L. Boatrtght all of Live Oak. .' \
Fifty dollar bonds went to

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Funeral ServicesAt Branford Hoard Will Woman MeetThe Club \


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Branford Woman's nub will

Smith asset Wednesday. afternoon ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 26, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 15 '
Sunday September. at SU: pm. In .
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the club building.
Funeral services for John Ail member are urged' to I Highlights 0/ Annual' Tobacco Festival Social Security" Office
Washington Smith, retired farmer attend the meeting.
of the Branford area were held At kike City
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at A new social security administration 1
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church with Shower Honors Former office will be opened In
the Rev. Allen Price pastor of the Resilient Of Itranfonl Lake City In the near future. 'I '
Branford First Baptist Church Robert M Ball. commissioner ofsocial !
Mrs. Floyd Spears of Jacksonville
and the Rev Layton Daughtry. Leona Hall security, announced In ,ilI
the former /
pastor at Mt Pisgah. officiating. daughter of Mrs Annie Hall of Washington recently
Burial was In the adjoining crar.tery Branford. was honored with a t 4 1G i I The new office will serve re 4- j
with the James B. Daniels miscellaneous shower Thursday dents of Columbia and Suwannee '
Funeral Home of Branford In Counties' and will be a branch of .
right In the First Baptist Church
charge of arrangements. annex I the Jacksonville\ District Office .
Mr. Smith wu a native of The room was beautifully decorated I Ball said that the Lake City
South Carolina and was 94 yearsof to carry out the green and office to one of 11 new social security -
age. He was born June 2. 1971 yellow color scheme The refreshment I offices to be opened In various
He died Thursday. August 19. table wu covered" witha } parts of the United States
following a lingering Illness. lieht'ld 1 all of which 11'11bt'\ branches of
pale green cloth and held an
membership in the Conway I b existing! district offices\ These offices
featuring
arrangement of yellow rows
Baptist Church at Orlando and In are deigned to provide beter -
double wedding rings
Branford. wokt ( service to people covered by
at
the Masonic Lodge
Mrs. Allen Price led the group I
Survivors Include two daughters several The the social security program many
In playing games.
Mrs. Mable Hundley. Denver ,, of whom POW have to travel con
guests were nerved frosted cake
Colo., and Mrs. Ada Stun- aldtrable distances to reach a so o
squares" punch nuts and mints
bridge Leesburg: four sons Wilson The honoree received many lovely I dial security office
F SmIth Branford. Johnny gifts. As with the other TO locations
W. Smith. Webster and Dewey the decision to open a social security -
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Hostesses for the occasion were
H and Oeorge SmIth. both of Orlando Mrs. L. A. Sessions. Mrs. V M. rn ..- office In Lake City was '.1
Albert Smith. bawd largely upon the anticipated
: a brother .
Lots Williams.Itcheantal
Avon Park: IT grandchildren and Moses and Mrs ear The Jimmy SlrirkUnd Show upper left entertained a capacity shown at right drawing the winning growers tickets a* Oeorge R. need for additional service in
2f great-grandchildren. crowd at the eeUor.m from S.tt: until ls.ee p.m. last Friday sight iPuiir) Day, renter, and Jayree<< President Homer lUtllff an- these. communities arising from t
Members of Branford Lodge No. Dinner For as part of the program of the annul tobaeco festival sponsored by nuance the winners, Democrat Staff Photos) changes In the social security '

130 served as pallbearers.. Couple 1114 FridayThe I the Live Oak Jayree Mla Marsha Bird. ISIS tobaee queen, Is program brought of medicare about by the introduction .

rehearsal dinner for the' Population growth and changes

Branfonl Carpenter IRurnrtl wedding party of the Karolyn Mtxtern Math Meeting I Branford Personals A son or daughter away from In Its pattern also were factors In '
Regina Johnston and Paul EMasUn home will appreciate keeping Informed deciding upon the location of the
In Accident wedding was held Friday At Itranfortl Today<< on hometown news witha branch office Ball pointed out,
Clayton Stanley. Branford car night at the home of Mr and A meeting will be held this Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Brook Miss toy Ann Crlbba. Buwsnnre Democrat subscrip The new office will be staffed
penter. was burned Saturday afternoon Mrs. V. M. Moses in Branford. afternoon m r4ay) at .:" spent the week' end In Largo vis Mr and Mrs. Leon hatch and tion. to answer Inquiries about the new I'
In an accident that occurred The buffet' style\ dinner wasserved Branford Illih and voluntary ;
pjn. at the lung Mr, and Mrs Johnnie halt family spent last week vacationing health Insurance
at the horn of Mr and from the dining table School for parent. inUrw* and family and Mr. and Mr. at Jacksonville Deach. They The honoree received! many supplementary medical Insurance
Mrs. Rudolph Touchton near which was covered with a white In the modern math peoerdeses Clyde Hall and family. also visited points of Interest In lovely gifts.Refreshments. program of medicare as well as to !
Branford. Th flamable material cut work linen cloth. Centeringthe that will be ........M In the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Touch Bt. Augustine and Martneland of open facesandwiches help people apply for social security
that Stanley was using on kitchen table was an arrangement of school this term.Principal ton of Jacksonville visited Mr. Mrs R O. Orlflfth and children bridal cookies, pots benefits and to answer Inquiries -
cabinets exploded setting his pink dahlias and greenery. Oairnee. Terry saM and Mr*. W. C Bradley over the Trrry and Cathy, are visiting to chips, and punch were servedto about other upsets of the
clothing on fir*. He bin. hospital Those attending were Mrs. J. the meeting was primarily for week' end. relatives In Roanoke Va.. for the 23 present. social security program.
In Perry. R. Fletcher, Mrs. Russell Blan- parrots ., Jwnlor and arnlor Don O. Pnllpot returned home two weeks
The Branford fire department ton. the Rev. Allen Price. Mr, and high school stodrnU bet all from Washington D. C., where Mrs. Bashle Puryesr attendedthe
was called to fight the blue Mrs Robert Johnston. Mr. and parent Interested In the program be has been employed during the wedding of her' nephew, For The Best In
which did extensive fir* and Mrs Fred Moses Miss Joann
w..14 be ah.sl wrk-otned
summer He will return to Lake James E. Dyrd. to Casey Mcfsrland -
smoke damage to the Touchton Dempsey, Danny and Ricky at the meeting.MU City Junior College this week.Mr Saturday nighte ROOFING
Mr. and Mrs. Crete CALL COLLECTSTANDARD
home. Johnston. and Mrs. D. O. Borom l
.
Mona and Mr. and Mrs. V. M.
spent the week' end In Jackson
(Knew Toot g.b.eetptba) 'Moses Will WeilEltlon ROOFING r tand
Jones vllle and attended DM wedding of 311*' JollllfttOII
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AilaniM Tonight I. --- Shower Hononv" '

JULY PAINT SPECIAL MIN Esther Jones, daughter of M.M Jolinttoii' To Wed A bridal shower was linn SHEET METAL CO.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Jones of Branford In the Dranfnrd
(DIM to bad weather we have) continued thes and Eldon Adams, son of 'Hiil) .Maftlin Saturday Monday home of Mrs earning Vera Moses for Miss Ill So. Ashley SI Ph. 244-2M4 i
Specials into August) Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Adams of MUs Karolyn Regina Johnston Olna Johnston. IREE BONDEDt:5T1MATE3VALDOSTA'S
FLAT SEMI GLOSS LATEX Loup City, Neb. will be united' In daughter of HFC and Mrs. Hubert Yellow mums and dahlias were : BEST ROOFERS 1
marriage tonight. Thursday at Johnston of Branford and Paul used throughout the home.
$2.91 Gallon 7:30: pin. In the Branford Methodist E. Maalln. Gainesville will be "- --. ._ ..- ---
Church.A united In marriage Saturday! atternoon. .
COLORS ONLY reception will follow at the August 21. at 4 00 p.M.
I home of the bride's parents.No In the First Baptist Church of
Langford Builders Supply Invitations are bring sent' Branford.A .
but all friends and relative of reception will follow In the
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TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 196S


(919mieIte4X I Mr. Everett Covington Brinkman Nortb-Moses Nuptial Suttons lIold Open Mrs. Mecjks' Pupil

f Vows Recited Friday House On Anniversary Give Piano Recital

e a'y Mr. and Mrs N. S Sutton celebrated Reid Meeks
I Miss Judith Ann North and their Golden Wedding Anniversary Mrs entertainedher
Orville George Moses were unitedin August 15 with an music students, friends end
WOMEN marriage Friday evening August on until four relatives with a party Monday
house from two
open the Union
twentieth: at eight o'clock' o'clock. night at Christian
at Falmouth.The .
4 Church
In a candlelight ceremony at the An arrangement of yellow
I following students .
ly home of Miss North's mother the presen
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor 'WI Mrs. Dewey North. on Pine Ave' mums and Similar greenery arrangements graced ed a recital:
s mantel. Susan Keen Air Faith Of o.-
nue with the Rev. Jack Shaw of used throughout the home. -
: were Fathers, Marsha Feagle. Hyr:,
-
Madison
the First Baptist Church. <
Miss Welly, Mr. Hrinknmn Exchange: Nuptial and cousin of the bride per Oold guest cloths book table were and used on on the the re- To The Moon; Mark Pow, ;r

Vows In Doublet Ring Church Ceremony forming the ceremony freshment table. Baseball Days The Postman Ida
PauL Twinkle Tw'
Bessie
All Saints Episcopal Church Winter Park, was the One end of the living room was The refreshment table was cen- ] Little Star. Mary Had A L.r mk! :,,-.

setting Friday, August twentieth at three o'clock in the banked with palms and jade tered with a floral design of yellow Lamb; Teresa KInsey A Song o,
afternoon for the nuptial vows of Miss Rebe'cca Lou Welty, plants centered with a large floor mums and a candelabra holding Penny Candy, The Man In Th..
basket of gladioli and mums
daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Kintzer Welty of Winter flanked with seven-branched six bowl yellow tapers.placed The at one crystal end I Moon; Belinda KInsey, Lazy \j..

Haven and Everett Covington- Brinkman. son of Dr. and candelabras holding white burn- of punch the table was and the white three- ry, Snake Dance; Hazel Pau.k:
Mrs. Raymond L. Brinkman ol ;; This set Little Liza Jane. Sweet Hour o
Ing formed the
tapers. tiered cake which held a miniature -
ingote. Her accessories were of
Melinda Paulk,
Prayer: Onward
this city.The ting for the nuptial vows. white Bible and a golden I
lime She of
green. wore a corsage 'fC"II.
Christian Soldiers. My Fait
Rev. Charles H. Hay offici- The bride Dior blue lace I
; r. wore a wedding bell was placed at the
white carnations tipped with ,fir'r/ To Thee
Looks Up ; Connie Be.:,,
ated at the double ring ceremony. sheath dress with matching jacket other end.
On either side of the altar were green ."j three-quarter length sleeves Mrs Bernice Deck of Gulf! Port, Fairies Court. Cannella; Conn .
Mrs. Brinkman wore a pale I AUell. My Old Kentucky Hon
arrangements of mixed white accented the jacket. She wore Miss., the honorees' daughter,
blue linen sheath, the neckline of All My Love; Nancy Dove Th.
flowers. matching shoes long white gloves met the guests at the door and I
the dress! was accented with motifs Fairies Harp: Elaine Powell. Old
Donald Warner organist, ren- and a corsage of pink carnations.The presented them to Mr. and Mrs
of net and linen. Her corsage bride Is the daughter of Black Joe. Soft Music Is Stea<
dered a program of nuptial music Button
was of pale pink carnations. Mrs Dewey North and the late Mrs. May W. Walker of Tallahassee -i I ins; Emma Keen, Lightly Row

Olven In marriage by her brother Following the ceremony a reception Mr. North. Mr. Moses is the son sister of Mrs. Sutton, cut I Dutch Dance; Gayle Keen Suannee .
Richard Welty of Patrick was held In the Parish of Mr and Mrs. George Moses' of and served the cake. .' River County Garden
Hall Mrs. C. Melissa Paulk, Dublin TOWS
Mrs. Clarence
AFB, the bride chose Miss Susan Curl. Branford. Mrs. Irby Smith of Tallahassee!,
Brinkman sister of the bride- L. Hopkins, and Mrs. A. C. Lane Following the ceremony a reception sister of Mrs. Sutton, poured Peasant Dance; Crystal Paulk;
groom, as her maid of honor Miss assisted Miss! Linda Welty, sis- was held In the home punch. Miss Karen Deck of Oulf Long Long Ago Pop Corn Mat
Brinkman wore a long aqua gown ter of the bride presided over the which was attended as well as Port. Miss, and Miss Jean Sutton Louise Keen In Shuberts Day
with an Empire waist and long bride's book, Halite Weller Quinn the ceremony by families and of Jacksonville, granddaughters Brenda Oxford Starlight Waltz
sleeves, the satin gown featuredan niece of the groom, and Carol close friends of the couple. of the honorees' kept the guest Connie Bell America The Beau
oversklrt of matching chiffon. Clayton cousin of the groom I The bride's table was covered book tiful. Waves Of The Danube
passed net rice bags. with a white cutwork cloth over Connie Atwell. Skaters Waltz
Her blusher veil] of net was attached Around lifty-Uo called during
The bride graduated from Win. Tarantella and Linda Warner
to a matching crown of pink. The three-tiered cake was the appointed hours ;
flowers. The maid of honor carried ter Haven High School In 1959 ,, embossed in petal pink and white Java Sweetie Baby.Rereshmentl .
of and the University of Florida row buds cresting the cake was a wree served b*
a cascade bouquet yellow ItiilIernian-Skcen i
roses. with a BAE In education. 1969 I Welty-Brinkman <* miniature bride and groom. At Nature) ProtectsThe Mrs. R, V. Powell and Mrs C J

John Harrell Quinn of Mait- and Is a member of the Alpha Kehoarsul DinnerThe EngagementMrs., I the other end of the table was velvet ant. which Is actually Kinsey.
Omicron PI sorority the crystal punch bowl with a wingless wasp lives in a.
land, brother of the groom, servedas Fireside Room of the Doris Rldderman announces I a
The from Su- comfort on superheated sand
graduated
groom garland of the feather leaf fern
best man. Ushers were James the engagement of her
Hotel in Winter Park
School In 1959 and Langford dunes due to the protection of adrns. Club WillResume
High
wannee and green grapes encircling the
Hayhurst of Jacksonville and daughter, Mary Beth, to William
the scene for the Welty-
was .
the of Florida % furllke coat.
In 1964
University bane At the center back of the
Mitchell Howlett of Tampa. Brinkman rehearsal dinner following Algte Skeens, son of Mr. and Mrs Meeting
with a BS In business adminis- table was a twin arrangement of
The bride wore a long gown the rehearsal Thursday W. B Skeens of Lake City.
of peau satin, the gown was en- tration and Is a member of the night with Dr. and Mrs. Rays The wedding will be an event cf pink rosebuds Interspersed with points Mrs. Rachael Hegler announced
hanced with a detachable Em- Phi Oamma Delta fraternity lie mond L. Brinkman as hosts. June 1960. net poufs. backed by a three- Mrs. J, O. North aunt of the this week that the Ooodmli!
pire Chantllly lace bodice the Is now working on a master's degree The red and white decor of the U. branch silver candelabra holding bride, greeted the guests, and Club will start Its fall ml'etllll'next
long lace sleeves of the bodice in Journalism carried out in the din- burning white tapers. Crystal Mrs. Andrew Curl served the Tuesday at 1:30: pm.. In the
was
For her wedding trip to Jama- room A son or daughter away from and mints cake. bro-
was finished with tiny self-cov White cloth were compotes of nuts were Others assisting were home of Phil Brim on11:"
ered buttons at the The cia Mrs. Brinkman wore a three- ner decorations. I home will appreciate keeping Informed also on the table. ther-in-law and sister of Mrs Avenue.
wrist. used the tables and red and
Chantllly lace piece yellow linen suit on on hometown news witha The Florida Room was deco- North. Mr and Mrs. J O. Millerof .
and peau satin detachable of carnations
floral
train fell They will reside at 1533 NW 5th white designs Suwannee Democrat subscription rated with urns of greenery' and Bellvlew, and Mrs Niels Bror-
shoulders of the from the Avenue, Apt 5, In Gainesville with green sprays extending from I floral designs placed at vintage sen. niece of Mrs. North. .IRmow Teat Subscription,
Her tiered
gown. either side were used on the table.
veil of imported silk Illusion was Bridal place cards marked the

attached to a beaded tiara. The Though smaller, the moon appears places for the 21 guests.
bride carried a cascade bouquet of to be the same size as the Out of town guests were Thomas
white roses and lilies of the valley sun because the latter, with a diameter E Quinn brother of the
of 400 times that of the groom-elect, from Chicago Ill.,
Mrs. Welty chose a yellow moon Is about 400 times as faraway and Mrs. B W. Helvenston Jr..
sheath with a silk organza red- of this city Now

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r Pine Level Revival Services Here and There Tobacco Queen Contestants

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At I p j ,1 i P 1' :
: Mrs. Bobby Hull and children Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Begin Sunday Miss Jut McMuIlen. daughter of j I
,1( ormond Beach and Mrs E. W. and Mrs. Bobby Hull and children Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McMullen returned
latcher of Daytona Beach spent visited! Mr. and Mrs. Willie Friendship home last week alter
he week end here with Mr. and Howell Friday night. spending several days in Ocala M J M,
Irs. Drew Holmes. Mrs. Milton Platt and baby. with Miss Mary Kay Grant and
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore and Jan of Gainesville visited Mr i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
,ev Charles Johnson were din- and Mrs. W. B. Clark Saturday I Grant Miss Grant accompaniedMiss j ,
er guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miss Patricia Clark of Lake McMullen home and returned .1
)live Sunday. I City went the week end herewith I to Ocala Sunday with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders her parents. Mr. and Mra. 'i' who spent Sunday here with
W. B. Clark.
the McMullens.
nd children spent the week end
Sarasota with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes I Miss Susan Brlnkman. daughter
n spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. of Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Brink
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Toole and R. H. Roberta In Lake City. '
man returned home last week
on Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. B. after spending several months 'J I IJ
-' Hayes visited Mr. and Mrs.
touring Europe.
p. Fortner Monday afternoon. Clark To ParticipateIn a j Il
Misses Sharon and Judy Clark Antarctica Project J
pent last week with Mr. and Mrs. i ;
Penonnelman Second Class Todd De Castro
Hilton Platt at Gainesville. "
William P. Clark Jr. DSN. of \ '
Mr. and Mr* J. F. Toole and I son Party HonoreeTodd '
Mr. and Mrs. William P, Clark !
were business visitors\ In DeCastro celebrated his
iimmy Sr. of Route 1, Live Oak. serving j jn
,'aldosta Tuesday.Mr I first birthday on July 20 at the .
and Mrs. Drew Holmesere at McMurdo Station Antarctica r home of his grandmother, MrsC .' .
and with two hundred other Na- -...
supper guests of Mr. W Stormant, In White Springswith
vymen of the Wintering Over Detachment
.Irs. Willie Howell Tuesday night. win participate In a a party with 20 Invited Abe are five cntetUnts of the annual beauty contest held U decide the :lesaee ,_a. Left
Mrs. R. W. Moseley and chll-;I massive building and construction guests. to right are Wanda Wilson, Rebecca Nell Tarman. Mary Alice Daniels, Ulllan Liaise! Keen and
Iren attended Homecoming at Birthday cake Ice cream and
Oretchen llswelL
project to transform the snow- iDrmoerat Staff flletol
range Church SUnday. REV. WILFORD MrCORMICKThe : punch was served.
swept Ice of McMurdo Sound Into
.
Ernest Holmes was supperuest Williams Field a complete modern .' fifth Sunday tint of the Mrs. J P. Howe Mra. Nathan i A. J. Gill 8r. grandmother of the i George Ammons of Nocatee.Wooley .
; of Mr. and Mrs. Drew air facility. i Suwuinee Baptist Association will Mrs. Earl Mtxon. Mrs| groom-elect, and Mr. and Mrs.| grandparent of the bride-elect.
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night BriinSuiuUmRehearsal
[crimes Thursday be held at Friendship Baptist --- ----- -- -- --------- --
Working In which
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Toole and temperatures Church In this county on Sunday Dinner
often dip to seventy below
ttmmy visited Mr. and Mrs. Oer- sero. August 29, starting at 9:43: I
sailors and Seabees will constructtwo Following the Brlm-Sitndlln INVITATION TO BID Rental Fairgrounds Conceuion Stand
Id Coates In Lake City Tuesday am. Dinner will be served at noon
'
snow sklways for the Nay, wedding rehearsal Saturday night
light. and ski equipped aircraft and two Ice for aIL and aiming will continue Mrs Mamie Sandlin entertainedwith Notice Is hereby given that the Su- the 1966 concession at the same
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark few runways for the use of wheeledaircraft. thruout the afternoon. a dinner at the "Big Dixie"The wannee County Fair Association will price. Said option to be effective
of Tampa spent a dayslut
'amlly Revival services will begin at
week with Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 the Friendship Church that night U-shaped tables were overlaid on September 2. 196, rent the concession must be exercised! before
In addition, plana have been with white cloths and the stand located on the fairground August 15 1966.
>. Clark and other relative with a song service at 7:45: pm.,
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes made for the construction of thirty ] followed by church service at head table was centered with a to the highest and best bidder on the 5. A bid may be submitted statingthe
.Irs. E. W. Hatcher Mrs. Bobby Insulated buildings which will 1:11: pm. floral design of pale pink gladioli, following terms and conditions! : amount the bidder will
Hull and children visited Mrs. provide sleeping quarters, ,a Of'1' The Rev Wuford McCormicKof lacy pom pons graced with clusters The maximum charge that the successful pay for the use of the concession -
and mess hall and of miniature flocked wedding
lorgen Brorsen in Live Oak sat. minal. The new buildings passenger are. Macclenny will be the visiting bells. bidder may make for hotdogs stand for the year 1965

day night. scheduled for completion and use evangelUt. He la 20 years of age Quests were members of thewedding shall be 20c The maximum charge with an option to rent the con
.
Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hayes and during the Antarctic operation and hu been an ordained preaCher party and Buford Rat that may be made for hamburger cession stand during' the year
and Mrs. J. F. Toole and .
tfr son. season which begins October first. since the axe of 17.Rev tiff. Lamar Nash Mill Sink "all the way" shall be 35c. The maximum 1966 and 1967 at the same
Jimmy, spent the week end In McCormick haa served at
Klssimmee and St. Cloud visiting pastor of a church at Dothan. Koff Mr and Mrs. Robert Canon. charge that may be made for soft price. In the event that such a
relatives. Herring Family ReunionThe Ala. and at the present time he Mr and Mrs Leon GUI Buddy drinks is ISc per bottle. The whole bidder Is determined by the
Frier, M/8gt. and Mrs. A. J, GUI bottle the contents of the whole Fair Association to be the
successful
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were Herring Family Reunion la pastor of the Englewood Bap- or
upper guests of Mr.' and Mrs. J. win be held Sunday. September tat Church In Jacksonville bottle must be given to the purchaser.The bidder said bidder shall
F Toole Monday' night. 20. at the Suwannee River State The Rev Lewis Berry, pastorof concession stand operator shall not have the option to rent the
Mr and Mrs.' Harry Rapper and Park between Live Oak and "'adlI the Friendship Church and Subscriptions not be allowed to realize a grou In- 1967 concession at the bid
children and Albert and Michael' son. the church membership art e.- come of more than USe per soft drink. price unless. he shall have exercised .
Pepper, !left last week for st. tf'nd1nllnY1taUona to the general Snttannee Democrat
I The rental agreement will be executed his option and rented
Louis. Mo' where they win visit Adjust your driving to road public to attend the sing and re
relatives. traffic and weather conditions.A I vival. Listed below are new subscriptions Immediately after the success! the 1966 concession. To be effective .
and subscriptions' renewedto ful bidder Is determined. the aforementioned option
the Suwannee Democrat from Bids will be received on each of must be exercised before

Thought' For TodayBy Matthews Has August 11 to August 20. the following terms: and persons or August 1R, 1966 and August
NEW Sl'B.SCRIITIONM! organizations desiring to do so may 15, 1967.
BBODT C. HARBIS TW (Bills To Walter Gray, Jackson Mich. bid on each separate term : The rental moneys shall be. due
Prt. M. ,
Clyde N. Y.
Moblejr
It seems lately people have a tendency to confuse the cost of N. Y. 1. A bid may be submitted statingthe within fifteen ((15)) ility after the
something! with the value of It. Coat Is something that ran be Aid Farmers B. C Baiwbury, L. O amount the bidder will pay close of each annual fair
-.r measured In dollar and cents. JUT VALUE Robert J. Crews Miami Beach for the use of the concession The Fair Association expressly reserves

(' I no HAS way NO to YARDSTICK measure something possibly that because lasts there forever Is Congrewman D. R. (Billy> Newton'C. Walker Stanford stand during the 1969 fair the right to reject any and all

f l .1 and Is constantly Increasing. Matthews announced 1&.Hk Mrs. Annie Roberta Jackson season bids.All
I "'." When an acquaintance of mine hat all his that two of his bills will ke In- vile 2. A bid may be submitted stating offers and bids must be In
t f" money somebody remarked that he had been eluded In the farm bit) now being Leon Moses. Btateaboro Oa. the amount the bidder will writing and will be received at the
wiped out -- which Is actually quit different. debated In the House. Carra Boatrtght. L. O.
I for the of the office of Alrth. Sellers & Lewis' lOllW..llt
use concession ,
pay
True he lost the cost of another house and an. the .... n. Carver Wellborn
The first bill to permit
other suit of clothes but he still had saved the arnnritirrioNtttrNenrn stand during' the 1965 and Howard Street Live Oak Florida -
:
transfer of lease of flue-cured to
I education he received the principles he lived by at time of
1966 fair season any after publication
Mrs.
I bases acreage allotments from WInnie liars Rt., L. O.
the religion>> he believed In. the help he had given
others and the beauty he appreciated one farm to another within the Mrs Noah Bailey, Rt.. L. O. 3. A bid may be submitted statingthe this Invitation for Hid and prior to
So let us all try to save things of lasting value sane county, would be ritended B. C Thomas McAlptn amount the bidder will pay 11:00: o'clock A. M.. September 2.
and not necessarily tangible possessions which: can for four years. Matthews Initially Ira Moore Rt, L. O. for the use of the concession 1965. at which time all bids will be
be swept away by business reverses. We should remember It Is pas.sible Introduced this type of legislationIn M. O. KlrkUnd. Lakeland stand during the 1965. 1U66 and. publicly opened<< All bids must be
to be poor financially while being 'rich" In other things IMI Last year 27.000 farmers Karl DrCsstro. L. O. 1967 fair season sealed. and have the words "Rid Fair

FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor In the flue-cured tobacco belt Harry W Clark. Rt. L. O 4. A bid may be submitted stating Concession/ Stand" written thereon
of this law, Edward Williams Rt, L. O.
Suwann* County Residents took advantage the amount the bidder will
The other bill would island Earnest PhtlpoMcAlpin
pay for the u0 of the concession
of
the
BRODY C. HARRIS permanently exemption
PAUL CREWS, Secretary
stand during the 1965 fair
peanuts for boiling purposes from The term "spot"cotton was first
Lkitsd Funeral Director the provisions of acreage allot applied to cotton actually on the season with an option/ to rent Suwann* County Fair Association

ments. Matthews first Introducedthis spot at market.
any
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME legislation In It" and has. --. ------
obtained extension of the eiemptoin
625 S. Ohio A..... sine that time on a two
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA year basis. At present there are
lees than 1.000 acres of peanuts
planted' for boiling purposes out

PHONE 362-1234 of a total peanut on million acreage acres.af approximately FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSOur


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SPREADER SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION II thank each of you for making this sale a success.

Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport, Prompt

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DOLOMITE LIME Rout I, Bon 27 McAlpSn. Florida Rout 2, Boa IM Uv. 0..., Florida


WE HANDLE ASCS PURCHASE ORDERS 5000 S&H Green Stamps 1000 S&H Green Stamps

CLEVELAND LASHLEY SALVE K. SMITH I

Route I, Boa 133 Uv Oak Florida I 105 Hampton Si. n.I.."",.. S. C.roJiv


30 Gallons Dino Gas '. 1000 S&H I Green Stamps

WALTER B. OLIVER III gel, HARVARD DUKES
WARD 207 MarymAC St. Live Oak. Florid Howl 2. Bo. 243-A Uv Oak FlorbU


2000 SAM Green Stamp 1000 SAM Green Stamp

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HENRY M. WARD, GENERAL MANAGERDAVID : SINCLAIR SERVICE CENTER ..


W. MAXWELL W. FRANCIS WARD I I 303 WEST HOWARD ST. UVE OAK FLORIDA ,
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I Minor League Baseball Champs 91....*. Wahb. I..nWht. NW% of NWH of section 4. Tow. after a* tk* Court' .a.I.... will Nnil .. Alt tTWO AND UMNO 1'i
....., Era Mao T..nWilli. ...tp I South. Ran*. M Ka.t. Lylaoutkarly the MoaorabU. Samn.l 8 Smith, Nfl: IN 8UWANNM SITU.
......, Prank SIT of and wlthlM to fact of the on. of th* Jndia of the akov ..triedCourt l 'WRIDA : COUNTY; !
Ln. 4n1 Writht' Will ',01Wtlll. aunty Una of Stata >>-d .-.<'. *.**. will aondnel a hearlnx hi th
I Barbrr Shop I.IT tlon ITIOI-IIOI. Sid s Nry Una brldrurlbrd In. Circuit. Court Room of th* Coun'yCourthonae. of .
SARA B. RAWLB .. follow tBrfinnlnr Lab City Colombia. County jsv&wtf I : that v: ,D... brrakp
Tax CoJIaetorSnwannro/ Florida. at th. eonclnalon. of which ETON and MOZKLLK NELVEN.
County at the NV oonwr of S ae an order will .be entered appointing up- STOW. ... wit.. Nl.d W. It ILV.: EN.
t1.is ...
Lira Oak. Florida SIN 4. Town.hip 4 ...., III Ea>t. run thane N. M4'.0" R. t.,. premier* described I. the DeeUrntlo. County. Florid. ......, at 5,......
I '".11 fort, rua than../ f. 16'...60. of TaIIl".. and report tk* approxlmat* of yon at defmd".. you sod 'sel.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD K .17..71 frt run (*>.... N. II.- vain. thereof to tho Court within owe htlm ton title of ,k* ,_tit,w.klnr.' to quiet
I JUDICIAL IN AND FOR 07'tl" K. S.TI font t* ,". Bait Hn* of .* may b. d..I.....d In tM order. d..rt..... rm to ,h. .......
I SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.AT said Sartlon 4. at a w>lnt to.14 faouthrrly Yon and sob of you ar. furthrr netlfled W.nn. Conat. propoty Florida. IN.t...d. I. II.
LAW. from the Nl! omr af .aid that yon may oppoor.1 said J.uand You UN farthOJ'
I J I STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT: OP Section 4.Contalnlnc. tlm and .b. forthwith .hoots npon th. ..to", day .f Lraby this 50110,4. that
FLORIDA, an Arson of the Btato of aeration of JurUdlctlon of the Court ...01.aWel. fend la September Notln to IJe,
Florida *.III a.lgtor* or Iri.. ...., of l1. pidin... and .1.0 shall. "Mid dau. ..le... Illl. .,.d you
Z and upon ....e Uoni I. mpect to th* per.oni d"' ...... I' any. eopy ifrwia pant
SUWANNEE COUNTY, a Political I Th. proprrty of the Furs| of B.nJa to .b* appointed. aa ...'..1..... a Attorney upon AIRTH SELLERS
Subdlrlilon of tho Stata of Florid., min John.on, de...*a\ Yon and each. of yon ar* further .h... .. P. *. RN for .I".tlff..
Prtlttonor., notified. that the order to ... entered n.nforeaa.14 Florid.-ddrri" hnmodksly l 1. LI.. pooh.
d ..... on September '. till, will I..- tn* animal of th.reattn "
It AJ R. E. SCOTT and hi. wlf., Yon .nd ..... of pod .r% hr..by com. 'ad.' prorlakn for a ,I... nod P.... Clerk or th. C're.It aarn Coed M 1.1I. ottt.. of 'h.
VIVIEN SCOTT, ot al. mand4 to aiwaar In 'K/ Circuit Court for a hrln nndrr Section. 74 01, Floe. .1,14' CosH olh.rwiy of tho ab....
Drf.ndnnt. In and for 8u...".. cfl; NOTICE TO DEFEND .t tho *rflc* of the Cl'>., nf nM Court apprtlaert. Ineludlni' the .......I..t..... DONE: and. OIlDERED wt.r.d osaleot y...
NOTICE OF FMINFNT: : DOMAIN In Uv. Oak, Florida. ', the lot day at that tI... of any ..'.. .. to ....01 and. the ... 01 the under mp
PROCEEDINGS of !8ptmhrr, 1141, to now what right" wh.ther. not Petitioner ar* properlyeiercl.lnr of the Third. J.dle..1. efr.ult Cart
IN' THE NAMB OK till or lnur.it you <,( nr of you, th* authority dtleirated Intaklnv this Ih IStb. dop of Clra.it .f Flort.,
THE STATE OP FI.ORIDAi h.... or claim' In and M" tn, above drrlbad ... the laid proprrty and tho entry 5511. Ay..t A. O.
TO AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. land and to .hi>V Sato why the and... Section 71.01. Florid. But!*" *, ofon lAVAUGHN
AND TO! ..m. .hould not .b* takt| for the n,.. order nf ....In.. Cloth A. 8"* ON
r H. E. Scott and hi. .If.. Vivian Pratt and .......0... .. not ,||I hrln. Y'" WITNESS my hand .. Clark of tk. .a. at. ho Clrt.it Coart
'"
whoM loot known ...Id.n.. adrtrrv ... .hrrrby .*..ul.... to v*. pon A'''nd Circuit Court In and for Bnwanne* SEAL) Con.t r.By Florid.
G 1 -J.rk.onvlll.., Florida l lAdolphu. T. Alrth. P.'U......* ".\0"" ,. whiaddm. ... County, Florida and Ski ..l of aid PEARL
Hater and hi. wlfr. H.kn I. P. O. Box 1.A." Oak. F1t>r. Court this |4tk 4.., of Au..." ..... 0.... CANNON
Hratrr who. loot known ro.lri nc.addm. Ma, a copy of fair wrl5P< "e .drr.nu>. t.aid .. SEAL: ) 14-1T ', Ci.rtNOTICE .
I. 11 SO W, Sod Btnat Rlvl- petition on or kefoth. I Oth day LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS
era Ilrach, Florida l of ..,....... I III. and U" file *horl.ln.l CUrk Circuit CourtSnwanne
Id. G. John... a widow, who. ,.t of sold wrlttrr, ".,..... with County, Florid I will r loner .hi
-- known mlilrnro ddro.. I. P. O. lloCI4 .. thr ( I.r. of the laid Court. (III any d.bt ..... by .",,",,',._.Ibl.. for
The Dodge Dart won ten straight to take the minor league baseball title this took Fiintl., Florida' WITNESS my band a, Clark: and th. ..,..It.I .t.. .. t1..
:year and Part WhlUihMd. a widow, who.. la.t aril of thl. Court at (I". Oak. FlorIda. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Bland
i part In the parade last Friday afternoon. Their coach, Harold Lanier i* shown with them. Democrat known rMld.nr "'dr... I. R. F. D.. this I4tk. day of Mjw.t, IKS.(8EALI IN' AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY I, '. U DIAL
O'Brl.n, Florldai ( : FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Staff Photo
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) Olat Lawrrneo, .h.. ,... known roUdrnco B/ I.AVAUGHtf A. SESSION: IN JIll: Tb. E.'.'. of NOTICE or APPLICATION
adilratt .. Til 18th T......, look Clr.mf Court PATSY STEPHENS FOR TAX DUD

N.W.. Miami Florida! Buw.nn County; Florid __ __ _Deceatrd: S-. ,....t.. '3.
A little league team from Fern Frrdillo: Thom.., alniilo, who.. hat I5-1S NOTICE u: ; TO CREDITORS NOTI'E -III Hr..rAV- .u....
known rr.ld.nr. rod.... U Koill. 1. T. All Creditor* and Peraena HaYl.. J. B. Mill, ton holder N' '
News And Activities From andina Beach came to Live Oak h... II O''Brlen, Florida! IN THE CIRCUIT WRT. THIRD ialma: ar Do_". A....' laW Ettatei. ""'ltlo.... ha. filed. ..14. t1.. fello.hi
Saturday and went home with Hrnry" Thomas and hi. wife, CorrlnThorn. JUDICIAL CIRCUITh, | AND FOR You and ..... of you ar* krreky aotl- for .5.o Mad to M Mans th..Nrtasta... .
I ... .h.... bat known r..M.... SUWANNEF. COON l r, f LORIDASTATE led. and required to pr ont asp claim r.rtRlntto. "........ and .. TM
THE RECREATION CENTER the short end of a 5-4 score In a ....d...... .tl Rout. I, Hox II, O'Brlen. AT LAW. and demand which. yen, or ..,.... af pas, ll. d.osMptbn .t pass t1. of .....
game with the North Florida Florida' ROAD DEPA\1"'tN'I'! OF you may kav* ......, the Eatat. o.fP. ond t1. :..r5. .Akl 'N prop.Hy so..a.l
nrrlh. .hnaon .nd I.., bu.b.nd FLORIDA .n Money at th" Slat of .Ur Stephen. d_...., .hi. of ...MCeuaty. ... Y hlbnt .r
By ROY SULLIVAN Director Telephone team of this city Perry Joh"....., who.. loot known Florid., ta the. County Judge *f Huwannr GrtHl..'. No. ....
re.lilenre .44.... I. 457 W. Sri' and Cou.I,. Florida, at hi* off l.* Your of ...'... 1111.
Strret. St. Aututtlne. Plorld.i SUWANNEE COUNTY. I Polltlr.lSubdlvLun in. H.... D.orlptbN.
th Court of ..'d County a t of Proortrt Las
Participation in Friday's par week to Coach Sanford of the Si. The Center was used Sunday Olllo 11.11. Turker. who. U.t known of the 8ta<. of Florida Llv 0.... Florida, within .Ia! calmd. DB r.. Pat. 514, .. ....t..r. DIn -

rade ended planned programs for wannee High School football statl f for a fiftieth anniversary celebration ...101.... .dd.... 5.l7 NW/ 7th ..... I'.lJ l jnrr., .month from t". tim. of th. tint pukIcathm T- .bip i South' ..... .Is Iaot.: I/.
Miami Florida ef this. aoUc. claim "... .. .
.. Eack ar which. aat* ..4i Lola
summer activity at the local Recreation and to Bob Rutledge for their assistance for Mr. and Mr. R. L Norman Tuckrr. who.. ,..t known R. E. SCOTT and hi. "(1/*, "_..41 ....11 be In ..It...... .In dupll. ..... JobaAfl -

Center. during the summer. Sanford Dixon formerly of Live Oak but ,..td.n.. ld< .... I. Lake City, Flora VIVIEN SCOTT at .1., rat, and shall ."' .* th. plat. of real .f .... property Win* hi tb.
tea! IN,r Mant. ..enee sad poet office addm. of ton Coons of .....-. won of
helped with swimming lessons now residents of Tampa. Allre Daniel' and h.. hn.btnd. Jam. NOTICE OF DECL>IATION OP Ulm.at. ..d th.ll be swan to by ton' Florida

Several who helped with the and Rutledge was commie. t n...,.., who.. but .known raiMenreaddr / TAKING AND APPLICATION FOR ..Hlmant, .bl.. ..*.! ar .kla. .t.*...*,. nod .1.1111. r.dom.dR.e.a11s.. to rertiffeate..lav
*.. .to .I......, Florida APPOINTMENT OF APPRAISERS .ay ....1 rl.lm *r ....... not M filed' property 4earlb4r .h soak Uw
program this summer will returnto Bloner for the little and minor Dorrla Ftrrrll .nd I... ku.kand. Ben IN THE: NAME OPTHE hall a. gold eo ..rliflNt.. will lie ooId .HIN.o,.
Chemical ta t1. .
college within the next few league baseball programs. finishing can impart ,.wall. whoa lone known ...101.... STATE: OP P1.ORibA1To ./ VIOLA JENKINS .l .hldd... ., t". ,sp .._. .4...Ilnh.
high luster to cotton fabrics odd... I. Bt. Auwa. ln., Florid. All Whom II May {-P"..... and ta AdmlnlatraUrlx41T tbs. Nrsl MNMp. Ia Month d Ieo_r.
days. Ella Mob Brown and b.. husband. the following dof.nd.aybona. ... > I. ..... which. .. U tb. {Stb. dal .
Faye Driver who worked with The swimming 'meet planned d Book.r T. Brown, who. loot know d....... .. particularly al prs known ... ..... K SNlosbr.
will mldenc* .ddr... I. Uunn.ll. Hat". art out .fur the ..m. "1 *aeh. *f ..aiddrfrndant. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: 0.M4 '". 17th 4y *f J.I,. 1MI.
the arts and crafts program for Saturday was cancelled du Ida, ., ":-wit! THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA ivvAUGHN A. SESSIONS

return to Aurora College in Illinois to lack of participants. : Public NoticesNOTICE Jam*. Thomas, wMow.r, wll.... .Utt R. E. Scott and his wtf. Vivian. Beott.wko. IN AND FOR SUWAN Clerk. *f CI..... CNN .f
known ...1....... .dd.... .U Rout S. .. .Ions known r 1Ptnrei| pddrMt NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Bnwann 0...
". Florid.IN ..
where she will be a senior Both swimming pools will clog Box 41 P.Utk. Florldai .. Jaektonvllla., FVrKAdolpha. \| PARTITION PROCEEDINGS It-II

LeNelle PhilliPS. who served as for theseason Sunday August 29 Pearlla Sohn..n, n widow, who.. ionS H.... and K|" wife ".,.. MATTIF.: CLFMONS THOMAS. LU.
known reildenr .d...... .U 1010 H.. HraUr who. loot k),,w. r.Mrnr. THFR. C. CI.FMONS, JR. .... LATA. THE CIRCUIT' COURT OP FLOR
swimming instructor, life saving at 6:00: j>Jn. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, ...d Avenue, En.ll.. Florid.! ...01...* .. 1 1 II W. M t_&, RlvlrraBeaek MCR CLEMONS.Plaintiff.. IDA. THIRD JUDICIAL

Instructor. and center supervisor 'hh Yon will '1..... Uko notice that thennd.rd.nd Dorothy Clayton M White. Wklt, wbea and .bar loot kuib.nd.know O.. 1011"Florida_.I IIda n wldtt. who*. led AND FOR. 111tFLOaIDA. pTV.

plans to return to Florida State During the school year, faclll wife. Novla P.Wilbur Sw.at C. I.8wo>n>(t'and ln| and hi. .*.Id.n.. addret.. .to Ft. M,*.>, Flor known .*.1.....* addrff,, 5 I. r. O. Bill '.. RORIX: rLF.XONS' WIIUR CLEM.ONS onls SIWWN IN .

University. ties at the Center are seldom used will oniai. In tho oporatlon of a laundry Idol ilvl Cuba St.; Pearl, Futtl.Wkltrhaad.. FlorMai:widow. who. "01 CHARUR: J. CLFMnNS. LIL- PUtaUff..
Chrltteen Ti.... who.. .U.t know .
LIE: MAR CLFMONS: : ROY
forr.d NUDGE "
Jimmie Poole, who was umpire during school hours. Any group "Laundromat"hualn..ommonly at LI.. (Sib. to Florida t, ......01..... .....,.. I. 7TII N rVlltk .known t*>ldae. "' 01"" (N" R. r. p.. ('LII.ONII.lERGIE CLF.MUNSDFKS E. P, HENDER5ON. H ...

athletic field supervisor baseball organization or individual destr {In th. n.m. of SWKATS MAYTAUHIGHLANUKK Avenu MUml. .Florida O'Brlrn. Florida 1s! noon. IFONA CIEMONS: RRUMH. l>.'.......*.
VlvUn. 01. Lawrrnt. who.* ( known
Carter
a widow, who. loot NOTICE TO
coach and all round handy man to the Center between : LAUNDRY and will flit drnc .....r... I. ITU 4k Ttrra *. LET ALICE CLEMONS WATERS DEFEND
ing use a rnlttratloa of aald Ii.UU..u. n.m. known reildenee ....,.. I. Illl W. < AND AN Unknown D wed Daack.irr THE STATE OP FLORIDA TOr

will enter North Florida Junior the hours of nine and three each .. ...qul.... by S...tl Carter, who.. U.t known ...1. BU.HAM. MARY E. .
College at Madison. After school weekday except Saturday and BtatuUa. WILBUR C. SWEATS dene .ddr.. I. P. O. Box III, Ctl- ..... ....'d_. addrs/* RnU '. ker hairs, D fad..ta .$-. m cpan*. ef JOHN SHAD McGEHEE tk ..,

Jiours. he will assist in maintenance Sunday should contact the recre / MOVIA/ ,. SWEAT labor Florldai Rot II O'...*.. Florfct. NOTICE OF SALE' ton a.kaewa kelr, devUeee M..1ansod
11.11 H.len E. Carter, ilntle, who.. bat Hmry Tkomaa and .hta. *|.f.. Corrln N.UnII. riven that. I. J. W. raat*** *f JAMES ROUNDFltEE.;
and other Center activities. atlon director. known ...101.... addr... I. 1711 Klni/ Themaa, whoa lost l"rvi" rMldrar* Rrya*. BpetUI' Matter, will lb. ..ed. tk* n.kaawn '
Col .. odd.... I Boat I, "v II, O'Brlra. w. an = :1"1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Drl. Jacksonville. Florida! loth. day .( .. A. D. Illl. at tb* and Eraso
Thanks expressed this IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY Alberta" B. C..... widow who.. I.., PlorMa 1Booth. front .dowr .f tb* Sawaanee Cnly ROUNDTREE ........ U* nak'Jww..
were Reach On FLORIDA IN PROBATE known ...101..* .ddrr.. |I. Rout I, Jokaaon and kr .......d. Parry Coati H_... Llv. Oak. Florid. at tb. .. .... .4vleeea. .....- and ....-
ml.drne
Serving: IN UK i Th. E.taN of Hox .. Alarhua. Florida Jobatoa. wkaao Iot knowa boar. ef Ills A. ... offer for sole sad SI RICHARD ROUNDTREI,
BERTHA EVANS BUM-KIN( Jo. Caaon who. ..., known ... ..-* .01.....* .. 4IT WIrd. Btrt ..II t* tk. .kl.>..*., sod keel k...**.. fr and the nnknw kelra. 4.,.::=
Dc.\D1IMey\ Completes) Gemini Recovery Ship D......... odd.. .to Rout I, Boa I, Alachua,, Bt. Anra.Un.. Florida!r011I. .. ...... th. following. .derrtbe4 property, Ins aM a-raatw, *f MARTHA THOM.
NOTICE TO CREDIIORS Florida U.ll Tucker. wh ,.< |Sal know* tewrtiTh AS. dor.**.*. .If MM .defend..*!* ar*
Navy Officer Course PROJECT GEMINI V (Flit T. All Creditor .... Peru*. H.vlnf Lon Caton, widow whew U.I. mMrare' ddra. Mt'I N.W. fill. lot Md If asp ? all of sold ........
Claim' ar Demand. Afaln.l ..... E.'.... known ...101..... ....d.... I. 4141 Miami. FlorMai North. we.I QuHer. .1 Sb.Norlhwl uM 4ef.ad.ate" ar d..a.... t*.
George Richard Dempsey son NO) Chief Gunner's Mate You and ...... of you ar* .hereby aotl CambrMn Street PhlUd.lphl.. P.... Norse' Tucker. who., ".. know 0........ of S..tka. Two. *.kawn op..- heir*. 4u e**, vra M
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dempseyof Leyon O. Beach USN. son of Mr fled and required to ,......t tnr claim .'1..1.' ...Id..e* ...01... M I tAI City FlocIdol To....... bra en Lath. ..... 5r.. mwdlur. N etber partlee .mlm.
and d.m.nd. which Resold D. Conan, a minor' wko. .INS ., (' .. No .,. .......... n4r
this city returned this week pas or oltktr oft Alice Daniel, sod lot ... ......... I..... :1r.J.: 45 ..... ar .aialaet any
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and Mrs. O. D. Beach of Rout o, wdo.a the *.t.t* of I.1"** ".1.' *.... *ddr. *.. I* 4141 sea ron bolt' : .. d" .-., "
from the United States Naval 1, O'Brien Is serving aboard the h.l..n .. ::., defeated, (at* of Cambrldn. Stnet "..I..d.I.1a. Ptna.Ju.nlta Daniel. ., wkna .INS kv., rtldrnc* I. ..-... C.noty. P.rw.Ts. .tf aHv. *. and hf ..... ...... .Thnewbert.
sold .,I."lal I adriree.. la .1.._. Fkrdal, I IM1 "*.*" .
Count. to tho Count .Iud. 0' 5 IS? or ad all
J Base, Newport R. 1., where hip destroyer U8S Manley a recover .assn Count I. FbHAw. kl. offtt p. C...,, 'minor, w...... lane Dorrl. .....11 oral krr ptiibaad. Pie aKeve 4crlbd araaerly will b* partM* iMvIn* er ..mimln to kv* aay
has been attending naval officers ship for Project Gemini OT-I 6 In the ourt hou of ..Id-. County at know _,....>. *ddr*.. to 4141 Parrell.: wkoe* tort ht w.. rwldear 4 l.der. aad by vlrta of tk. Or4r i Llill. 'JliLSL,,"'?"" .' tile _ip
Llv 0.... Florida within ill calend.r rambrMn. Shoot PblUd.lpkw. ,.... addm .to Pt. A..oUnu, Florid. :.n tk* ......*.,... Conrt. n* entere4tke .. 5.wN1PARCEL
candidate school for his second (Gemini Tltan-5) eight-da) month from th. tint *f the tint pub arlvaaUi Ella .... Brawn a.d "Per" .....kind.Booker kp 1 Honorable. R. H Raw. ClrrnH

summer. Upon graduation he will 1 flight of astronauts Gordo llc.Uo of thou .0 1M. Each. rlalm ar Rnkbln. A. C.... a minor, who.. I... T. B-.. whslatl kaw. h'.*. Tk term af sold soon. afcall k* I
demand know mldenr ....... mMenre addr*.. to Bs.**H. FlorM.iJm i
.kail .b* In writing. In du pilule, I* 1141 ion ......
receive a commission in the United Cooper and Charles Conrad. and shall aut the ... of .re.lden Combridr. .....*. PhlUdlpkla.. Ptnn.Ev.Mnn .. Tboma. wMowty, wk.,a* font. J. W. BRYBON Alt af IWH of SWIG rrla. a- tk
States Navy and orders in His ship occupied at station off I and poet office add... of the .lalm.nt .plnNNL' knew rvaMeae iddmt It" Real 5. 1r .Id ....... af St.l R.4 '.. I* tV. MX Hu>a.
and shall .b* sworn ta by th. el.lm.nl. ; C.ten. 0 widow, wh.... .. ., gas IS, Pakitka. F1orH t I ...11 won N. "'. ., ....... 55. Twwao
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June I960. the Canary Islands on the ground Mi newt or attorney, and any .urb ass ...1. 111 Ctar'Vivian Pearll J En route home he visited track of Gemini B during the claim or dud not w filed shall .b* '" t.Tr.s.s.Th. .knew. ......... addret V lilt Hal NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
void Car Sloe.. 4lorto4. w. .. .... A'''... It..,... Fbfrun, OR TRADE NAME LAW PARCEL II
friends in Thomasvllle, N. C., and crucial liftoff and orbital inner tl W, L. BRACK Uat known ......... 4dm. .. III* "" _11, M. Wkll. ../. Plot bntWad. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

relatives In Atlanta Ga. tlon phases of the mission. Afte ["tor Iwo Ch. Srrnala. PtnaarlvanUi. Cia,.. W....,*. wboo. H,' knew rat JI..... la ......, .1 l,ra tkat tko. ... 1114 N u" N ...tIN /1. T....
11.11 David Caion, elnil. w.....* I.... know rMar ..01.... w FV *.,_ Ftar ....11'...... panaaal ta tka flrUtlaa.aaaia Nip. 1 Iwty ..... 1Eons..
In September, Dempsey will return this portion of the flight was ...101...* ...._. Ida: till Tuba SL'Chrl.Io.
I ht ,....taviiie.Ifum 1 ....,.... c..._ I..... or BoatlmMt
to Florida State University completed Manley relocated to bIn NOTICE OF UNPAID DEI.INOUFNT' Florida, wkt% ton, knows .... Florida Statatoa, "". wlOroclatar A IX LYING AND RKINO mj.
I TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY Cawn F........ w...*.. last .kaew rraM.ara. ........ to T),* XW with. ,... CWrk af tko. ClmWCoan ATI IN SUWANNEI OtJNT') .
where he Is a senior and a memo a favorable location for recovery TAXES -.....* add-.. to III Adams Area**. Swat Florid-1 to aad far. Bawaaao* Coo..,. FwalDA
ber of the Kappa Alpha frater In shortenet nVi'ir5. ."..'-. Penylvanto. Vlvto. Carter. n ........ wkea* Platy rooalpt of of
the event of a | 11'1 aaoa pniaf pakkVaatin
.A l prvMa4' by Ckaatar 100 tT. Flar.i ..... ('_. 0 widow. wboeenr. knew. _...... ....._. U 1111 af tk.a aatkw lk. flHtUaw*I Y.. rd oark ., >aa. ara iMrrkf
nlty. mission .. Sta1.y Ntk. la kanby. IMw that ..., ..-. _..01. ..._. .to Palm llyd1.. Jarkanrlll. rr44al N to-wHl ao.orany aMtflod' ,.... OTTIS BROWN
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sod kriliMlai with April' I, tuck Iwo whow ...Id.... addre.**. pro ... Ukan, PtorMniHeUw I .... la ...IKIM .> Lira flat Mataot ya .... oark. of yaw u..
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I par aiaalk. plea Ik.. prap.rtlaatoaa. Tk. U........ Heir of Henry Uweo. h..n ........ .ddr.l 5. IfI1 ktoo, A'Naw ptalaurra <. tko won ...,....< nal
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I Cash & Carry Building: MaterialsPhone tai pas... sod tko. aaiaaal ., t.... I.. 1:.. Wild. 0......... a ........ wka*. 4.40500, : :
aludlag Ika ta.t af adrartUllaa. ..adaaaally Ia.t..""Zl _'of__ ..01.... t. 1 .n. 0 wld.w. flaw .... IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT or F\.OII. .S. L1WIa A ...1M
I tkrauik Aau.t la a. falUwtiNAME It r.D., n-Rrlen, FWt4i. kaew reMene* .4drS' to litCambrMe IDA. trviMv JUDICIAL .i.iivii. 11 P--.. ...... ...._ .. ..
Sins WIIHl. wMow. wb..* .... Street Pkll. .Vn>.... P..... AND PON. SUWANNEE COUPITYFLOSIDA. Uw 0&10. ......... ... 11... 1.
242-5566 AMT. 6 MIT ...- r.Mene. ........ to R P.D, .,......, IN CM"'CEItY.P. Ilm.d.v fib 'lle ....... M Nor Y
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Aadarion RoboH" I It M R.nfnr4. FUrMl. D. HrLVKMSTOM sod MUSELLt .5 tile a..to of tile ITw.N
300 S. Patterson Street Anna. Cafe 14 I. 11 Ilia. Willie widow ..... ,... ro.ld.a..dd..f to ltCamkrMn '. w. HILVEXITUN kin. wnr*. 0Mrt 4 .... ..... ..,... c-otl ......
III,. Mu..... Station II known mM**** add.... .to till Birr*!. Fkll.r..>..... Pn. Plaintiff. .... Doeew Pr c..f... wW N

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VALDOSTA, GEORGIA HraallOB, R. D. IT," Patk. Heiter and .hl.. wlf. Rddto: 5.I. ... P. C.'.. -llV. .__ but JOHNW, BELL .. al CONS--J.tE'iro orlon ..y had
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CambrM. ....... PklK. th .! r.... Thud. I.... .
Promo Mrky. 11(1 Yrnfo... FIw61a, ./ TO DEFEND .. r.--It of r...... Ibm.
,i 4 x8 Irawa.. Otla II*.IT 1-.... Uw Flrhlln and ker .*........ aylvaalaiRoaktn *.., TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO| ton U.. .w ., ". ... A. 01 .....
x y4" Interior Plywood C Cll Hurton St.ley A. h.. mlv chill JOHN W I.A V 'GRN A..
0 Aol Supply Ca. ..... F FVilla. w..... s..1 kewn .. BELL. WILLIS BVRR, SESSIONs
i ('.rl'. D Star mMrnr. d4rn .bows i.M.ai. a44 sto IIICamkrMe AMMARtNTHA: MAU1NR. AlJI I ('loo N 11.'Y'sq
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4 8 Ca,, Rrol I IT ..... ----oMr. we.Ia..' Cnaen. wide*. It..rn-::: LEE HUMPHREYS.' JLLr011/; asp ./ RADPORD14lt
x 4" Interior D.55Aeq
x Plywood 4? 1A ('\ow... J. P. III known -......* add.... Ie U4| N.. baawn rosI.w .44.0.1 ctxiriR. MARY a woCnt. p. T. M** c-.
A4.. York. SlrvM. "- Pte.Slot. fIRIFF IUDIANA
I Per Sheet ............. ....................... 0.1U furl> Worth 111ullbrlikt. 55 fr.wdy. I..... AveMS H..... and UkeUM.. .has wlf FWrMai*. Dmtky "I.... Caean Blaek.. 4lww4./ aka- THo",u. CREKN 10.NaON THOMAS.. ISAAC ID

W. P. II TI H..... wbea .ku| .how rMaddre. .... hut .bows raMae* ** -. I* HI R, RROWM. Oil UAH JOHNWNEDWARD MOTrCB OP APPt-ICATtOM
Full Thick Insulation floor** WI. J. TI.TIOr .. .to M.... PVwtdai Lee IY. __ "-** ..PIs.l. C. JOHilMiN..c.JOMIPH R.: POSi TAR DIIOJfOTM'1r
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1 1.49II .I. Palm S.> 5.4, Shop lilt n..,, Court .. ""._._ CMaly, wlw ......... ddwV w .o. JOHN MefirRITR a* Traeteee. Yar .f ____ |*4|

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