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 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
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lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00300
 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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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1965 _*_C._ VOL, 81, NO. 17 1


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t. Cleared Barbecue, IMaiuupl Slightly From Last Year '

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School enrollment in Suwnnnee County slightly

/ dropped this year from the number enrolled at the first
I For S-2,18 week of the 1904 term" as 48 Negroes entered previously

all-white schools in Live Onk,
The Board of County Commit
stoners Tuesday approved payment The total enrollment In the county for the term which
I hr...n last -v_..h_ was A nil -. a'un.
of 15.11",6 to the Buwan -'w-n -
nee Valley IJectrle Co-op for removal pared to usa In September 1M4.
and replacement of telephone y n,+ Juveniles Raid according to Leroy. Bowdoln general .

'lines now In the rleht-of- wpervUor of tchool

way of BUU Road 148. previously Local Stores Largest angle enrollment was
a county road. at Douglaaa High School! Oil In
,'adoone: through 1!. Suwannee
The payment will be made from
Two 11-year-old Lake City boy
i .. : ..- the county secondary' road fund, were apprehended Saturday at High trades nine through 1>, WM
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: second with taO students.Nine .
; according to County Clerk lA- noon riding a bicycle between
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Am a41UBg team to abewa wtta tlvt Oak Mayor 1. Marvin FblUlpa, ata-telac, M the, Inspect vaughn Otto Beialona WetUteln IV dUcutard Uve Oak and Wellborn and ad. Negroes High. are attending Suwannee

ib* awettdlav' .f grants made tkrwaih UK V.8. Office ., Emergency Flaaalag fie the tit?. revey with the Board the Intention of mlttrd looting teveral. five Oak Nettle Baltdrn !!School grade

I ,.u...... the September 1M4 ftoad. Seated an. left U right, C. F Bwnetto ttate auditor,C. B. lIa,. North Florida Telephone Co to state McCallUter., according to Sheriff Duke one through three, ha enrolled 19

... .f the SUte Civil Detent does sad J. A. Meat, State .... Departme-a engineer. Initiate a mobile telephone wr. According to McCallUter the Negroes out of 840 atudrnU.

grades, and
Suwannee Junior
units would rent for qper from a Lake City
shopping center
month each and that they wouldbe High have U and eight Negroes.
Thursday morning and rode it to

]Dismisses Suit month available In about three Florida State rlTEUON Head Football Lire they stole Oak.. small where amounts that .afternoon of food rvapectlvely Students' ,from Florida Sheriff

Judge The commlailonera aireed to Coach Bill Peterson wai dated a* from Wlnn-Dlale, SeMi, and Boy Ranch number T4 In grades
Inntall one mobile unit In the the main attraction at a Beml Kent' Oroeery.Thursday three through II.
county road foreman's truck on a note Boosters barbecue scheduled Total enrollment for other
night they broke Into
trial bail. last night Wedneday at the county achool are, Suwannee
Action Local Cundlff Brother Seed Stove and
Citizens To
By In other business the BiMtd Colt-rum. took about Junior High. 471: Fin View, MB;
two dollar
OTHINKIHG I moved to have purr card print Sheriff Duke McCallUter and oft drink and ten Branford lone through 11), 440;

LoUD !II IIoUT Require 100 % Valuation In 1965 ed for the supervisor of election! bill Uff were. on hand to pre The boy* made their "head Wellborn Elementary II; Clay
land :
and took no action on a request part the menu of barbecued bret Klementary. UI: and O'Brienone
I I Circuit Court Judge Randell H. Row dltmlwd the by County Enetnrer Matthew. and Brunswick ...... IN*. | rontlnaed on Fate 5)r.ocmm. ) through IU, S30.
WHIt ..... 0. wadssrhI Cross for an additional pickup The fete was planned to promote
suit brought by a of local taxpayer against Tax
I( croup truck to be uaed by the Road De FBlTi football scholarship

I I In yea the struck air by a remark mad Board Aaaeaaor of Wm.County Hubbard CommLwlonen Gray, the and Suwannee Comptroller County Kay partment. prosram.Bulidlrii. Fuqua Asks )Deletion) Of Suwannee

this week by on* of our aueceaa"rul -I' Grt n to require the aaaeaaor. to assent all real and p.r. From 'Wild Rivers
bu-lnea men. who goes about tonal property on the INS Tai ---' --- -- Democrat Building Renovations I Bill In Congress
form his duties and to obey the
chore In a outet, efficient roll at 100 per cent of tu fair
hU I
I refuaee tigift to toIle market or lust ...... Tuesday, tow In carrylnt out hU official Congressman Don Fuqua announced today that he
i&, 'nannct.tnt and down tf<" >echatter. TH.......fcad aka aaHad that UM dot ca ".The method for a___ Announced By Publisher Wmlsworth : wirnnklntf that the Buwannee River be deleted from the #'.
opt merit of'Tropcr r to aet''njetfti4lnH ... "'Ihl ''
tame tv varemant be ordered fef I *' *' ,} Rlverec6111. Puqua laid, there hM been an over
the OontUtuUon and Law of the tniUIUUon of. tart neon and opening: of an *dltortol .
the 1M tax roll. I wholmlnr sentiment
expreaaed
gild he felt growth and a by the people,to him In
B. State of florlda. The Supreme J Hacker at the north. \. office In the buildmi
Un by upstairs -
Judge Roves order of dUmti public meetings/ and 'letter
ptrtt white he of pro bad?never rM In taken the air an and InI Sal followi: IN*, I C:..Uaa.d a* Pap I) wet comer of the Democrat I complete. phaae one tt ... ..ft.fII...iiiMvii__ in .lira... Su..n,_.,_..._, ,In addition. -to the--unanlmoiM

I tore* ta eivto Activate tot the This cause coming on this diy tenure renovation at the newspaper River Authority that this rivet. onm person.! feellnga end thnae
I he felt U wu ume to be heard before the under- plant PublUfter Louie C not be further .......,.d In thli of the people .who have talked
community who wanted Into eoun- signed In Chamber at Madbion.norlda. Leonard Is Editor Wadivorlh Mid this week. bill with .... and UM unanlmnu
that UMIM
and provide opportunlUe and the parties betnt before The man attached to the build. lie stated that, "When the bill 1 I IN.. 4 Ca iUaMl M ..... II
ty ta pow Inf, come on at lOOp ID. each
far IU youngater to step the Court by Owls respective wu Initially Introduced In the
forward* and aaume Mm of UM attorney. ; after ....nn..rrv- Appointment of Thomas Alfred day and bum. until 11.00: pm Congret earlier this year by Channel Catfish
with growth.Thto menu it appear thai the Plain Leonard Jr. a* editor of the flu* The word Buwannee aero** the Motor Church of Idaho the I
work that ION asked why we continued tiff desire. a decree ordering the Banes Democrat wa announced top of the aun blink, and theword Congreatlonal DelrgaMon from
man
to drag out the matter of Tai AM mor of ffciwannne County this week by FttbUaher Louie C. "Democrat" that appear. Florida was not shown the eour In Short SupplyChannel
I bond foe ecboo autos that Plorlda. to aiaem an of UM Wad-worth perpendicular remain eofwUntly toy of being Informed ef thus
I In tight when the sign to
wily a few people remain In this real and personal property an the The new editor to an August S.9ab neon. action. However, w* have made l catfish are In very
soma .who are oppeeed' to pro- IMS Tax Ron at one hwndrrd INS graduate of ...University of a' a lighted.Two been every effort, working with IMBuwannee short wWI thla year according
large offices have
.bw a pod" .dneaion for UM 4100%) per cent of IU fair mr> Florida with a B8 decree taournaU ftlver Authority, topront to Information reoelved by John
children of the county recardlea kit or Juat value, and aln. to order | at. IU assumed hi* duU. I provided. upstairs to houM the the facU to UM people Hampton, local Butt Coronation
oc the coat. the said Ta> Meats to **.I' hero this week and win be In editorial\ and advertising depart and to ask: them for their "CCI n- Service technician/ from the U BFUfi .
rae an of the real and personal chirp of editlnc the weekly ed- menu of the newspaper The mendattona.'Believing. and Wildlife ervtee. al Wetaka. .
the I'M Tai Roll atone I editorial office to on the ..... Anew '
I bate alao aenaed then I II a property on Uona of the Democrat, the publUher strongly In toeal .
iplrtt of optimum tn UM air ia hundred (100%) per cent of' aald. Wadeworth wlU con- fie aulrway, located In the bual- aetf-govemment. I ell It proper Several .lane order for ... .
this area not only In BuwanneeOwmty IU fair market or Inlet value This tmue a* pubtlaher. 1 r teas aftee. was built to prortdsurea that w* work through the Buwan Ing catfish In fluwanne' County
but to those auiroundlnga. to a cult that|, to 001I...... and II Leonard to the son af W,. and to UM upstairs office.( nee River Authority In trying" 10give pond will have to wall until neat
Over In Hamilton County and purMwd. tt win take arveral Mr*. Tom LMnard of Milton. Publisher Wadworth a a I d the bill a fair hearing before. ,..".
Jasper. ., a real publM spirit it devetoptnc month to complete the ....... II Tom Leonard waa editor of the phase IN two I of renovation plan are the people. I had refrained frown One a pond .to clocked reproduction .
Ccatlaaed II
and one bran people to Uma mantfwt that It would be Democrat ta 1M. .0 and resIgned en raw making any eommenU until the ef catfish to sow but **v*
there brae about their city and I ImpoaaiMe for the scion to be to become owner of a MiMMnewpaper. bill and IU nerd had epenly and .rtl local pond Hacked In the
eovnty, prepay beard and then for He later oeabUtwe .. Tax freely been discussed by the pew list few year how evidence .,
TIM Mm to tree to ether oauntles proper atop to be taken for ftvtaed Milton nrwipapera Into the Cigarette pie This has Un. eeaomullhed.\ various MM which to a good ln*
near a*. Perhaps this ...... amMimeaU on UM. INS" Tat Praa*- ....... whkh la* year and I think w* have fulfilled ourobtlts1k dicallon thai they are repredue
.. Improve 'win replace MOM .( Ron withe**'woetunc the fbtaacui wa* Jetdaw-l the top aewmwper. totu "' Net Announced n.'peso In*. aeeordlng to Hampton.FhlUtp .
the bund pride w. have to our I atotui *f the County, Me fend ctnedaiton Inlet to rtorlda.Al were nine, pubIM' meeting Ortfnn'g two-aero. pond
Nc_ and Ito ,..... fteuna can be attained by the LeAaard. aa the Onmaqaf UONABA Cleared land for the month held al which lime the wetwhttmlnc bu a pee ddutrtbution of an Wes
:continuance of this suit for the editor to known grew. tIP with the of thla yew to Mlai Mildred C of July IM netted the Ctty ., aentUBMnl" wa usury a* do pond on the farm of

That a aptrtt ef pregTea to MUs aaiamminl ef property on the paper at Milton and atawted In Oorman of Mobil*. At*. Bhe M Use Oak IT.4M according to the the Ineuwton of the BuwwnneeRlvrr Chart and Frank (tart. Ha..p..
air. here. la tree 'without a IOM Tat Refl. editing H Stung Mali actoU and ale a IM craduaU of the Vol. 5144.. Beverage DVpartment In lull Mil. Bad on my ton qrs.ee1'no .
doubt. What remain M for cur The ... for tlX aan.casaent of eoBete eacaUona. lie wa etwee veralty ., Ftortda and she. hold Branford nerd fl..lO of the
people to atop fmdlac hall and property for the IM4 Tai >.Am1 U*. editor of the Florida Atttatorwbile a M degree to Ja rna2M.Th. July Ui monle
to find and brae aboat MIa not yet arrived. Tie Tat Asnnot 1 a VT atodent Leonard win Pee at 00>>A Of I1.I74.730 eolleeted thrunul 41 IIItHlt'Tel S/t.1.76 ItrUgT *
west And there an to an offloar ewwm to per I board waa married Awed 3t NW Btreet. Florida from the etoaretie tan wy
d btr* Duval ushfed _.___........ ._ ,..._ ,.'" ', ** .: BT
j many thing workta fog M totato 1 "'--- .fo V'" '
. af UM ares that more than two ,
d lup i nt act
extend from Oalmmo nortda.to Rotary Club Donates TrletlilonaeJLD.Ite.wr. tolned for the V"I. "I '
TaMorta. Ckorfla. Need if bpotntrd < nut fund; the ,..

; out UM lacaUon of Uw among Florlda town aid cities
Oak. ........ and ..wvanrw* Other town in thto. area re-
Owmty to tide ..... niUanalbBUnrai e.ived the foltowlrw .__.&:
c nmirttm tay wllj **- W.,.. IIJ3J; Lau City IIJ..".

vctop and craw .tanMnwly to Uu Madl m, 14404.; Ferry lljlf;

! ant tee ,..,.. and Jatper $3244.
.

I I thank car-people; an ready to Y Ncin "Farm
Bureau
Sacs *..ai rly thto matter af foodtetwoli w ep
I 4
a phyitcal punt
I from
; tondpotot.ta a i F Week" Proclaimed Wl-
f t$. better than M yrv I (

\ haw feOcwd tdwaUon ta Unacounty. p 1'Io' da'* M47I '..a.... whKheomprtae e, ';?It
dL'F -
I Mlle this raw .. the rmw-brrahip of the e
........ Ovoaty baa tat tarrfcruM Ftortda Farm Bureau ".., .....
af toachm and prtnctoaMta aN aO et .. .....,... Bonsai
that lone paM>d. Tbrrt .arc / r Farm bunion Week"ia.lt. eplmba ;..
>ta>f yww teacher hen wba -+ y'' usaw' r
via blend wa wMto UMM wtio r The petted' he bees affietolyprerlaland
haw dodteatod many yean to the flNoary by Oevcmar KaydonBum
tort ., tdaeattat *. catvftm II .
I
This blind af pews with cnwrV DMrtn Ttrm Bureau Week
not to bond to develop. claa ......-,. ./ UM etete-wid w-
room knatracttoa an a per wWi antaaSMi will tortte their rhbar -

ether ctwoto to CM art*. to tetn. sash ".... wMea M .. .,. -
.
e**,.Hc was to Mae toae d beee f.e a aa/ee epgee*.*
Tbrrt mlat base bern a tOM Fr..ddad Da. AaIMa peas.ts..... 4s Wit We ,...... M Mr Iie a tee eq tie IWuw Vetoe of ..neultare"taFtontfa. to ta* awe laVIM ...... a.e.M B..*. Oeetj aa the a rtbM4 *-..

wtom a tombs gaty' natftr atodod .a. ........ tr.y It.... lbIp Il..eitaf peel ....." .........WI"sad ..-1 Stem W ...*.Me CMM <... Tie sew brtoge wit regt**. elM ...
and
atckary Mcfe a The Farm Bweae Fedeeattonaa
.
,.,.. bat thai day pa mid .*.. II CatarmaaWe ti.des Mil :...:. Tai' lilirtdm inbin ..* (Van to IMJ br 4ft. Iheaato ] artlee eawmy rmMa to M ofDto .... ..... tae >....r.... -littee .......*

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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1



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School AgainTo From Season To SeasonThe -

the young student In high school or college seasons of the year run their course swiftly.No Doyle

the end of the summer heralds another nine months one knows this better than our tens of millions

of poring over books. It also brings to mind memories of youngsters. For the summer vacation Is a ConnerThe from The FUe Of

of football parties, school events and other now more than half gone and the beginning! of the most effective ,

social and school functions. next school year approaches swiftly. of peace possessed by the DEMOCRAT ,

The young people of today are no worse than Many, perhaps most, will return to school witha States is Its amazing

their parents, although life has moved along to a feeling of regret. Summer vacation, with all of produce large amounts of scrimmages New construction in Suwannee :

faster pace and the college student of today is Its sports and many-sided attractions Is unques- efficiently. County during the past year I
2 the
faced with a more unstable world situation and tionably fun. It Is only human nature to wish it This has been my toft1ce, Suwannee County's delegation to pushed the county's assessed valuation !
changing society than that which confronted his or could continue forever stated opinion for a the 1941 State Legislature Sen- up 11,800.000 over the

her parents. The fundamental values of life remain But, for all of the labor-saving progress that years, and it remains by ator Sid A. Hlnely and Repre figure last year for another tax

the same, and although some of our young has been made, we still live in a world in which In fact after leading a Con- sentatives-elect M. A. Best and J. roll which la the largest in his
Russia and other European j
people are following a questionable trend, a great work and knowledge are essentials. And the advances Curtain Countries two who se- P. Hatch yesterday declared tory William Hubbard gray tax
years themselves in favor of a special assessor, said that the nearly two
remain steadfast to the Ideals and of science and technology have vastly increasedthe for the
number of them and another of South
one day session of the 1941 legislature million dollar Increase was not
traditions which have made these United States kind and amount of education that is neededIf recent 'weeks I am more to make for the purpose of matchIng due to increased valuation, but

the young person Is to have a successful and rewarding vinced than ever that the the federal funds with state due to new construction that has

great.These Ideals, In general, include a serious effort career as an adult. effective selling point for of the funds and paying a pension of been done since the last roll was
to gain knowledge In school, a standard of Little room Is left for the uneducated and the democratic government and $40 a month to the needy adopted.

honor which rules out patterns of dishonesty In half-educated in today's world. Those who lack enterprise economy Is the : has the ._

the classroom, a personal moral code in dealing at least a high school education face a tough road cess story" of American preper.- Miss Ann Hackney and Darrow George Richard Dempsey celebrated
convictions.Of ahead. And college training of necessity demand. ture. Helvenston Jr. were joint hosts his eleventh birthdayMonday
with others, and In religious nN'Ini.t.n.nnl. will be
_.. ____ These
at a chop and danceat afternoon with theatre
suey supper a
course, no one Is perfect, and mistakes are cu by more anq more employer.Nowadays .. foreign countries are highly :; 8, In the home of the letter's party and hamburger
bound to be made by all students. We have to have stress is laid on physics, mathematics lightening. They enable the parents supper
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Helven given by his parents Mr. and
the mistakes sometimes, to become more alert. Nor the chemical arts and other of the sciences. eler to feel the pulse of the stun on Ohio Avenue Saturday Mrs. W C. Dempsey at their
should going back to school entail necessary depressing The boy or girl who learns only a trade or a profession nary citizen, to sense the evening. home on Westmoreland Street.
thoughts, because life can be highly enJoyable is but half a person. The finished student tudes of foreign business was In

and educational, if the students enters must have at least a fair working knowledge of and to gauge the political Sunday W. S. Parsons who war formerly The Branford Presbyterian

school with the right attitude.We literature, the other fine arts and economics.It phere In the countries visited. employed at Blackstone's Church will observe its third

urge our young people, men and women, to Is in this last classification that the schools, The delegations of Florida Instruc Drug Co., has accepted a positionat consecutive homecoming the second
ricultural and business
their education in high school, and later In in too many Instances, seem to have failed. Too of the Home Pharmacy Mr, Parsons Sunday In October. Congressman -
pursue which accompanied me to
college. A challenge Is offered to them to each many graduates leave the halls of ivy with an Insufficient and South America soon Na will take the place of A. L. D. R. (Billy) Matthewsof
Jacobs Jr. who has the Eighth Congressional Dlstrlct
accepted
becoming outstanding in whatever they do in educational understanding of this country's economic that people of all nations the one position with McKesson Orover a, will speak to the homeoomJ

circles, to make their parents, their school, system and the system of representative government Interest In American on the Stewart Drug Co. ins congregation on that date !
and their home communities proud of them. it ,supports, which together have protectedthe ingenuity. one of I 1

individual's liberty and made this nation great We had expected to find made by Eustas C. Green of McAlpln State Senator J. Oraham Black'explained .

and powerful. concern In nuclear weapons State w"-elected to succeed himself his stand on the reapportionment -
Postal Service DeclinesA Lack of understanding of the political and economic the space race or at least in the con as President of the Suwannee issue of Florida at
noticed '
deterioration has been lecently dustrial and
marked heritage by which we live is a serious development County Bus Drivers Association: the weekly session of the local
In the local postal system. Morning deliveries weakness In a world torn by conflicting and building of public facilities. ,. The when the group met In the first Lions Club Friday. At the conclusion -
of first class mall, constantly becoming delayed angry was Interest In these areas, Interest. formal
ideologies. meeting of the school year of his remarks, the club
until late morning have local businessmen, who sure But universal interest at the Courthouse Friday Leo voted Black a vote of confidence
Let the student return to school with a will. shown at all levels, from Caesar
depend on this flow of mail to conduct their business And let his Land was named secretary on his position and endorsed the
school properly him for man-on-the-street through
around the coffee prepare a con e senator for each proposal
in a tlther. Employees gather structive place In I and circles In night, county
the political ,
world he win enter as an ness
that will be vote don
next November
soft drink machine waiting for the
and
pot th*
adult. more basic area the on 1955M.
delivery to start their work. Man hours, and conse- And the cycle of the seasons will continue from 'I the United States to produce The J. Kirby local businessman ida. by the electorate of Floe

quently; money, are being sacrificed. year to year. News Boca Raton overabundance of food for the and City Council member, was .
The local post office has suffered a severe people. sending elected president of the Kiwanis Even if you are fast enough to
cutback In employees, which undoubtedly has These people, In far Club at the regular meeting of catch fish with your hands, it's

caused much of this delay; therein, however, is not New Era BeginsOn primitive countries than the. the club Wednesdsy. He will succeed unlawful. Fishing regulations prohibit
ted States In most cases, .. Tues
the entire story. Dr J. D. Martin. Other officers the taking of fresh water
Monday morning the full of
impact of
one recognize a basic truth be the
The postal system, a venerable federal Institution the "social" changes brought about by enactment sometimes Is forgotten in that named were John H. Rowland game fish by any method other
If citizen wants to conveya Jr. rice president: and than pole and line, rod and reel I
is a monopoly a of the Great
Society's civil rights program will be can circles. That is the fact It was Theron Baas,
letter or similar material from one point to another felt here, as well as across Polk County, Florida the Industrial and M. P. i secretary-treasurer. bob spinner or trolling. I

he has but one choice the United States and all of the Southland. achievements which allow miles

Postal Service. Therein lies the problem. Com- On Monday approximately 20 Negro youngsters high American standard of grew I

placency becomes Inevitable whenever a serviceis will enroll as members of the Junior and Senior are geared to an efficient any
monopolized. Complacency has set in, much classes of Auburndale High School. culture, on land I.

like rigor mortis, on the Postal system. Deterioration Thus an eleven year battle, that began with Moat developing nations ear.of Mr.the James B. Daniels t
must produce more
reaching the point of ridiculousness, coupled the Supreme Court decision holding separate but they
with a smaller work force If can be
with recent postal hikes and more in store) Indicate equal facilities for the two races unconstitutional, I are to free the workers iQ't .

that perhaps the government should get out oomes, for all practical purposes, to an end for developing better Funeral HomesLIVE

of the postage business.A State and county officials have fought a valiant turing educational technical
fret enterprlse(postage system, with several but fruitless battle to prevent this senseless social science systems.

firms carrying the United States malls, couldn't attempt by the bleedlrighearts of the courts and know, too that their food were on OAK and BRANFORD

afford the laxity prevailing in the present system. the congress to make all men equal through legislation be less expensive if their started t

The necessity of operating for a profit In a competitive and judicial decree. are to have money to spend week of Now have two radio-dispatched GXYKm-

atmosphere would assure Mr. and Mrs But now the sands of the battle have run consumer goods. the
I I equipped ambulances
call
John Q. American of faster, more courteous, and away. Now there is nothing left other than to comply history on twenty-

more reliable service. with the edicts of those who are all too rapidly critics There of have agricultural been many.urplu close of four hour each day in both Live Oak

Free enterprises is assured the United States remaking the America of old into a despotic dicta the United States for many the and Branford

by the Federal Government Itself, which maintains torship cut In the mold of a socialistic state They have pointed to the rough

watchdog committees to guard the people against Now there Is nothing left for Auburndale, Polk 'costs of price support

monopolies and the troubles they Inherently. cause County, Florida and all of Dixie than to comply I and storage fees for surplus In- CALL DAY OR NIGHT_
Yet, the federal government allows the flow of with the edlcU of the social planners.It The national farm pro<< you I

mall, the lifeline of communications, to be Infiltrated has already been demonstrated that vio has been a prime target of failure LIVE OAK BRANFORD

by listless, complacent attitudes, from the lence even the 'non-vlolent" violence of the opposition party to each key fac
"Overcomers" can gain istration coming Into power I 362. 3333 935-4100
top to /the bottom of la ranks us nothing Some have contended that agricul
The U. 8. mailman has become renowned for Therefore, this newspaper on the eve of the : be

trudging through rain and sleet and snow to deliver great social experiment In Auburndale, urges all : of overabundance being a blessing had rather the of the J. B. DANIELS JR., L-F.D.

the mall, but the system employing him U cltlsens to accept calmly the changes in the school burden while admitting I
I
bogged down, probably for ever, In a sea of lacka. concept this year there were plenty of bugs in
dalslcal mud. Protests, picketing catcall., or even more I mechanics of our farm

Reporter -Lake City drastic forms of violence, even If practical here, Now, there appears to
would avail nothing flicker on the horlaon to
Therefore of that the United States may
we Auburndale just as cltU-
Willfully, Lawfully Hut ObscurelyAfter ens across the entire Southland, can do nothing start to put Its powerful food
the first week of this school term, the other than trument to work. Some '
accept the conditions that are not of :. CLOSE
manner In which Integrated schools have been conducted our own making. elal forecasters are reporting ,
In Columbia County Is a tribute to parents, We probability that 4
can accept and we can hope that violence
school officials, and most of all, to the students attending if It must come will changes In our farm policy THAT
come In the Northland
be evident within the next ,
our schools under the new system.
where the blerdlnghearts
have strained long at
week free of racial disharmony The "new look" program DOOR/
This past wa the gnats of Southern racial
delations while I Ignoring sumably would gradually
the first week In this county's history that both
the camel of
dlssrntlon and hate and violence production controls over a
Negroes and whites attended school together. While
that breeds and burbles In the tenement of of years The theory U that a
probably most white parent, and undoubtedly their ghettos. government would In fact w r
don't with the law, the
some Negro parents agree -Star Auburndale courage massive crop
respect they have shown this law Is both admirable than buy great quantities of

and typically American.Too commodities on the open
many times during these troubled days, It Is amusing how many excuses a stingy for use as foreign aid to .
we hear news of disrespect and disregard for the person can find for not making a donation to : developed countries.

law of the land. While these cases are newsworthy some worthy cause. The nations accepting the "f', .
!to the masses of the people, we feel the quiet re- reportedly would be expected ,. .! ; .
Improve their .
pet for the law in this county Is also newsworthy own
The Suwanncc and negotiations would
Southerners have too long been criticised for DemocratOF that they purchased farm

their disrespect of the racial laws set forth by the LIVE OAK FLORIDA chinery, fertilisers.
federal government. And the times the law U obeyed etc. from the United States.
u right DOW, pass unnoticed to fellow Americana "In lh* heart c/ th. s....".. RI..,' VtSUf added business generated
even though case of orderly conflrmlty to such agreements would likely DOOR to security and peace of mind with
BANNER:
the law outnumber greatly the cases ,of racial Consolidated LEADER set the major costs of the
Established: 1184 August I, loot EUabllshed ISM gram. Savings Account. Many folks deposit their
crime.If Published Er ry Thursday" a' rtne .. ('.ewer Street pay.
Such could
a project serve
students here were to stage a sit-in. lie-In,
eat-in, or riot, the eyes of the nation would focuson Louie C. Wadsworth ...........""... Publisher a valuable propaganda tool and specify 90% into Checking and 10% in-

us. However the "learn-In" now being utilised T. A. Leonard Jr. ............................ Editor well.
to our school system remains orderly, but obscure. Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Can we arrange this for you?
If such a plan b in the
Walter Lee Olin..... Advertising
Perhaps this Is our greatest reward. Manager It win amount to an '-
-The Lake City Reporter George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman tn the government farm

of the past several decades.As .
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida
Fathers Get BreakFor predicted the
SUBSCRIPTION Buwannee County ".00 seems to haft potential It
those fathers who like to play horsy" with RATES Outside Suwannee County 500 relieve growers who are
their children or (maybe It should be phrased the
bound by
__ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable tn Advance overproduction or
other way around), an enterprising toy manufacturer age restrictions. Since the

as com up with a plastic saddle. Priced at coming would buy on the COMMERCIAL BANK
$5, It includes stirrups, saddle horn and girth to J/ .: market, price would be -

hold it into dad's back. No spurs are Included Florida .. thened. Since countries
fortunately.. e WBEROPI would need supplies to J.LI OF LIVE OAK
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That's life Work like a dog all day and let their their agricultural agricultural todustrie Industries., LIVE OAK FLORIDA
treated like a horse when you come home. Chamber
ness would stimulated.
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&i (9f&vte'eu t -rI I Nuptial DIarkmonMere Vow I Here I And There Outdoor Barbecue Chef I


Miss Bonnie Faye Blackmon. Housegurita over the weekend Week end guests of Mr. and .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. of Mr. and Mrs. Laurie E. DuVal Mrs James Pl'f'aleRPIlst.., included Brushes On Sauces
I Blackmon of Jacksonville and were Dr. and Mrs. Williams Oo- Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Pur. Up :
WOMENCLARA granddaughter of Mr and Mrs ree of Pala Alto. Calif.. Mr and vii and daughter Kim Kim. of 1 1ry
8. B. Blackmon of this city was Mrs Bob Williams and ARII l1a. Orlando, Mrs. C. L. Proveau and I
united in marriage to Robert Ar- and Mr. and Mrs Leonard Thur children and Mrs. Johnny Bridges aim ptNHQrr
nan Meredith, son of Mr, and THE: barbecue chef seeking Vi e. cider vinegar
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor mond and Tommy and Chris all all of Jacksonville, and W O I
Mrs. L, H. Meredith also of Jacksonville of Tallahassee.Mr. Oraham of Largo. honors for his culinary magic 14 tsp powdered mustard
on August 29 In the Trinity and Mrs. Everett William. Labor Day week end guests of needs recipe. for a couple of 1 tbap. each salt and sugar
I Methodist Church at three son accompanied their smartly spiced brush or "mop" 2 tbsp. Instant minced
Len. Mr.
Coffee Chen For Women Golfers To son. and Mrs. II. O. Penuel were
Frank B. sauces. These not marln- onion
o'clock with the Rev. to Searcy. Ark.. Saturday where their children and grandchildren are
Miss Land Meet Next Week the ales but concocted for 1 each black
Martha Thompson Jr. officiating at he will enter Harding College the Jack Hendrtcks of Jacksonville sauces tsp. pepper
Mrs. Laurie E. DuVal and Mrs Mrs. J. W. Harvard Sr. and double ring ceremony Mr. and Mrs 8 E. Montgomery and the James Penurls of brushing on frequently duringthe and chill powder
Lee C. Willis entertained at the Mrs. Claude Vice will be hoes a Jr.. and eons Donald and Pt Petersburg Sunday guests broiling proe.... H tsp. Instant garlic powder
.; home of Mrs. DuVal In Myra tweet for the September coy Dinner Given For Steven, spent the week end In were Mrs. Penuel's nephew and How often to brush dependsnot *t tsp cayenne
Street with an informal coffee seed dish luncheon meeting of Columbia S. C. with their son. family, the Scott L. Moores of only on how far from the Combine all Ingredients; aim
J honoring Mis Martha Land. the Women Golfers ef the S.- Engaged:. ] CoupleThe Bill who Is stationed at Ft ;Jack Tallahassee Miss Grace Griffin source of heat the meat Is mer :30 mln. Pour over chickenor
, Tuesday morning August 31. wannee Country Club when the home of Mr. and Mrs. JWyman son of Fort Pierce, a cousin of Mra.Tnut'a. placed' but perhaps even more meat and soak 30 mln. before -
Sunburst yellow mums with troop meets at the club heute Harvard ST.. on Pine John Flood left last week for arrived" hut Wednesday Important, on whether the cutIs cooking. Place on grill over
native greenery wert placed at Frida,. September tenth.A Avenue was the setting for a dinner the University of Florida. Gaines for an extended visit with the richly veined with lat or slow charcoal fire.
tick until done and outsideha
vantage points In the home. I flag tournament will begin party Friday evening, August yule Prnurls In their suburban home largely lacking In surface fat
j The serving table was covered I at 1:11 ...... fol...... by the twenty-eighth when Mrs. W. H. I I Mrs. Newt Ward and daughter Miss Ann Holland of Abbry. lien., then are Instructionsfor often* browned a* It look, basting dry. meat a*
with a white outwork cloth overlaying Innchren and basinet meetingat Williams William Williams, and Patty Ann of Jacksonville vllle Oa. and Miss Harel Elrodof marvelous brush-ons for the Cooking time depend
a yellow cloth. The table II:" neen.Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Harvard entertained and Miss Annie Bell Ooff of Cincinnati. ]I Macon. Oa., spent several days outdoor chef heat of the fire Make upon$"\
was centered with an arrangement in honor of Miss Martha Land !. Ohio spent Sunday with this week with Miss Holland's AIJ.PI'RPOASMilat : cup.
of tangerine gladioli mixed Mel I and Robert Rutledge. Mrs Ward's brother and sinter brother-in-law and sister Mr \Kiir:<'IKS.\f('R
with yellow shaggy mums. The The floral arrant-menU were in-lav, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch and Mrs. Frank Futch Jr.. and 1H tap powdered mustard SLACK PEPPER
I silver coffee service was placedat Thursday NightThe predominately lavender and Sr. niece and nephew Angela and 1 tap. each chili powder STEAK RAITEH
one end of the table and on American Legion Auxiliarymet white, with Ginger lilies gladioli, Frank Futch IH.BrideElect onion salt and celery salt e, soy sauce
the other end was miniature for their regular monthly miniature mums, and full mums Junior IT'onwn'g U tip. Instant garlic powder 1 tbsp. brown sugar
mints with a selection of Danish meeting last Thursday evening at forming the arrangements. Club Feted 1 bay leaf I tbap salad or olive oil
pastries In silver trays.A the Legion Hall. Appetizers were served to the To Meet TonightMrs. 2 tbsp brown sugar U tap allspice
silver fruit dish was present Prior to the business meetinga I guests tn the living room. Ray Slrmp. president of With Bridal] Shower U o. elder vinegar H tap. coarsely ground
ed the honor by the hostesses covered dish supper was servedto Dinner was served buffet style the Junior Woman' Club, will MKs! Mary Ethel Greene, bride 2 0. tomato sauce black pepper
Twenty friends called daring the Legionnaires and Auxiliary with tables set up In the family held their first meeting of the elect of September fifth was hon. H e. catsup the tap cayenne
the appointed hours. members and guests. i I room. new year Thursday ""evening ored with a bridal miscellaneous 1 Up red hot sauce t piece whole ginger
Guests for the evening were The honorees received" gifts September I At seven-thlrty In I shower last Tuesday evening In Combine all ingredients In.aurepen. Combine all Ingredient. Store
Miss Becky GUI. Miss Mary AlIN from the hosts and hostesses of the Garden Center. the home of Mrs. Paul Langfoid Simmer 0 mln. Use III tightly closed Jar or' bottle.
3H-.S Greene Shower Daniels. Kiah Eubanks. James I silver Mln Jean Mrado i, assistant i Jr. with Mr, B. W. Johnson, for swabbing on and alan, If 'Marinate steaks 1 to 2 bra In
Honoree Recently I Kent and their parent Girts and Present with the honored eou hem demonstration agent will Mrs Bill Owens, and Mrs. Lang desired, barbecuing: meats or mixture before cooking. Bade
I Boys State representat'ves.Each I pie were Mrs. Drew Land mother be In charge .f the I ford as hostesses. poultry. steak with this sauce while
Robertson Mrs. John and Schneider.: Mrs. Loy Mrs.Poole Iris I gave a report on their of the bride-elect.: Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Slemp .---*program all _m. A pink and white color schemewas :Makes about 3 cupsKSTI.RV cooking a* often ** meat seem
dry
week spent In Tallahassee attending O H Rutlrdge, parents of lhf'lroom.I Mon to .
attend.Sharon carried out The refreshmenttable \\ : nutnrct:
entertained with miscellaneous outdoor
a I During the
i I the Girls and and Mr Wy : cooking
Boys Bute. t. Mr J. a was covered with a white R.\'rF.
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shower honoring Miss Mary Ethel' season It pay to keep a bottle
I a Harvard Jr., Mr. and Mrs
man lace
! 11 Greene at the Educational Building Curl-mi: cloth centered with a bridal 1 e butter or margarine of this sauce handy Makll.
s of the Advent Christian Char! Linn I'hilliltMr + Thomas Kennon Jr. Mr. and Mrs I arrangement of pink and whitetarnations 114\ e. water ti 0.
Warren L. Tedder Jr. Mr and .Curly Honom I
At one end of the
Church on Friday August 27. and Un. J, Marvin Phillips
Mrs James Clayton. Miss Barbara Mr, and Mr. 'I table assorted cookies,
wrre
A yellow and white motif was Jr .announce the birth of a Larry Carlson of open
Davis Mlas Shirley Herring. Sumter. 8 C. honored face sandwiches nuts, and mint.
carried out In the floral designs daughter September second in the their
T. D. Helvenston Jr. Branch daughter Sharon I At the other end was a large
Saturday
of gladioli and mums. I Baptist Memorial Hospital in I Au
Mrs. Corbett Musgrovt and '. Jacksonville.The Kennon Lee Harvard and Nicky gust 21. with a party celebrating crystal punch bowl. Following Doctor' Advice Am Offering{
Miss Oreene received prices for baby weighed seven pounds TsaertosHirth I her second birthday Among those present were Mrs
the games played I. and nine ounces and has been The guests were given favors of Willie Greene, mother of the
The honoree was presented a named Chert Lynn Phillips. AnnouncementMr marts, balloons hats candy cups, brlde-elrt't, and Mrs Cecil FOR SALEThe
f place setting tn her chosen ch1r1A.j I Mrs. Phillips la the former Miss and Mrs. William A. "Brbo" and blowouts ton, mother of the TOIICh.1
Around 3S guests were present. '' Mary Jo Rodgers. daughter. of Bispham of Sarasota announcethe The cake was Iced In white with Invited were 4] guests Chuck Wagon Restaurant
I I Mr, and Mrs. Price Hlckmsn Rod birth of an I pound. 12 ounce !"H. B. Sharon" In pink with two I
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He topping the cake.
---- Memorial Hospital. Saraaota.
has been named William Aubrey The guests were served cupcakes. $5,800 Cash For Hither: One
I Ice
cream mints and
HOWDY FOLKS! Jr.Mr. Blapham la the former punch. Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party

Carole Amanda Pournelle. She Present with the honor** wets
I AM SELLING INVENTORY TO SUWANNEE and Mr. Btapham are former real Don and Cheryl Hatfiekt of Sum Contact
BLOCK CO. AND WILL HANDLE BUILDING MATERIALS d-rtla of thla city. ter 8. C.. and Gins Adams of
FOR THEM The maternal grandparents are Renton Wash Also present were M. B. KENT, Marianna
"If You Build With It Mr and Mra. H. B. Pournelle Sr. Mr and Mra Pete Adams and or

Suwanne Block Co. Can Furnish; It" of grandparents this city and are Mr the and paternal Mr Mra.Sharon James U Hstfleld.the granddaughterof evw 1. presto load which has Ing(,Nid.wr..pMli. sob. D. W, llelvenslon A Son, Live Oak

I TELEPHONE 362-1531 N. WALKER AVE. N. J, Bispham. also of this city Mr and Mra. John Schneiderof who.red new w In the even luvfc eN Droadu Wfllouhby, Realtor, Madlaon
reel.
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k9nsid8 t State Workers Paid Billions For 1961 Work I Rocky SinkBaptists


Wages and salaries paid to "The largest private payroll In "The total public payroll In Plan

$1 Floridians last year came to a the state last year was that paid Florida last year was 818 billion I i.r
WASHINGTOI whopping $7.9 billion an amount I by retail and wholesale stores This sum was greater bt 11 per ,

_. which set three records the Florida and firms to their employees $1'8 cent than in 1983 showing a Revival Week d

State Chamber of Commerce billion which was more by 8 percent faster growth rate than Ypayrolla
ar MARCH OF EVENTS reported In its Weekly Business than the 1963 payroll. of private individuals and firms. The Rocky Sink Baptist Church

; t OOP GETTING READY TO PREPARING DOCUMENT Review released yesterday I "Manufacturing plants in Florida The public payroll was made up will have revival services next

I "This wage-salary total was the' with a $1.2 billion payroll of $972 million In state. ,local week beginning Sunday night
; t. ,. MAKI VIET NAM ISSUE FOR SPEECH MATERIAl largest received by the state's I and* a 9 per cent gain ranked sec- and district salaries; $458 million Rev. H. Lewis Hastings of Henry fly r

:i By HENRY CATHCAKT workers during any one year It ond. The service trades (amusements in military salares and $383 Tenn., will be guest evangelist -

I Central Press Washington WriterWASInNGTONThere represented a $700 million gain professional services, repair million paid to federal civilian at the services which beginat

are distinct signs that United States over 1963 the largest dollar gain i services, hotels, etc.>> paid workers In Florida. 7:30 p.m. each night. Miss
yet recorded; and, finally It registered $1.1 billion\ In wages and salaries "In addition to wages and salaries Nancy Robinson will lead the
will become a major political issue In
a 10 per cent Increase over a 10 per cent gain Floridians who owned Income song services. weak.W1Ued-sad oa a
He's
the and
I weeks and months ahead very probably will figure
1 strongly in the congressional elections next 1963 the greatest Increase of "Contract construction firms property of all types earned The close of the revival will be dietl"MenWomen
year. any of the past five years. The paid $652 million and registered $2,2 billion but the gain was relatively marked by dinner at the church
document which attempts
Republicans are circulating a 33-page
comparable national figure was 6 a 14 cent annual gain The small only 3 per cent over to
I per Sunday, Sept. 19. according
to spell out the part of Viet Nam policy formulated and
I ( : carried out by the Eisenhower administration, per cent. finance Insurance, real estate 1963. The Income of proprietorsof Rev. Vernon R. Clifton pastor.
I group paid $'95 million up 7 per businesses totaled $1.6 billion Not Satisfied i
t
which
and the parts were or are the responsibility
'I' : 1" of the Kennedy and Johnson admlnlJ- Mr and Mrs Austin Cannon cent. Transportation lines include up 6 per cent."Florldlans "All told, personal Income of with present pay and securlu
'and children were visitors In Lake ing warehousing paid $376 mil I also received $1.2 Floridians amounted to $12.841.- train for Civil Service Exam

trations. City Sunday lion up 10 per cent. Communica billion In retirement payments of 000.000 last year. 8 per cent more inations. For Information or
t The document is designed for use as baslo qualifications,
I I Farmers here are busy gather tions and utilities paid $228 mil various types and stashed awaya than In 1963. The national gain salaries personal
material for speeches. Undoubted the material interview, send name phone
; J\Jm.) : will find its way into addresses and debates log corn and peanuts and digging lion, also up 10 per cent. Farms credit of $286 million which will was 6 per cent. I to American Service. P. O. Box
I ii in the potatoes of which there Is a real paid $130 million and mines $49 be returned later in the form of roan, T,mr" Flu 31609: ,
by congressional figures closing; I
I good crop: I I million.UTjJrFJi social security checks i (Renew Tour Subscription)
of the present session of .
days Congress.At <.. : -- -
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present the paper does not,embrace such
.1 matters as .a different policy to be applied In -

Viet Nam or a sharp division in the use of V MISCELLANEOUSNOW For Sale Real Estate

military force there. But, as the argument
Tht Capital over responsibility widens, these two factors appp yrEv4Iry
OPEN Mrs Bee's Nursery FOR SALE!: New two bedroom
most likely wlU be injected. and Play School. Children home. $300 down $69 monthH.
Looking ahead Key to the document is the
Republicanto
kept dally, reekly or over L. Kent, phone 363-2532 or
election charge that the two Democratic administrations
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night. Balanced meals, super
that succeeded Eisenhower's have deep
vised play, shady fenced play
ened our commitment without making use of vigorous diplomacy I FOR SALE e HELP WANTEDCURB yard. References. Call Jorgcn
which might have avoided widening the war there Further, 14-23:
LITTLE ADS Brorsen. phJJ
it indicates, that once the war was widened, the present ad- FOR SALE!: New and used HELP WANTED NOW WHY PAY RENT!

ministration probably didn't escalate fast enough or far enough BIG RESULTS plan",.. Frier Music Co.. Nortl. Ages 18 to 40. Apply In personA If you are interested in piano lessons WOULDNT ,YOU UKE TO OWNA
to knock the props from under the Red military opposition. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, 383-2188 & W Drive In. cajj tf call 3623146. cajj tf
One consideration may slow down the planned assault on BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE cajj tt BRAND NEW HOME WITH

Viet Nam policy Some more cautious Republican leaders fear MALE HELP WANTED Cook, ELECTROLUX Vacuum cleaners YOUR CHOICE OP COLORS'

that a too-untempered assault may open the party to the charge Whatever the purpose, yon will FOR SALE!: Poulan and Pioneer age 40 to 55: three years mini- floor polishes rug cleaners, THEN LOOK NOW AT TUB a

that its accusations are playing: into the hands of the Red find Democrat classifieds do chain .saws parts and service. mum experience. Contact Personnel accessories Finance available EARLY AMERICAN HOME DESIGNED '
Chinese at a time when unity In foreign policy is essential. the job, quickly and well. Logging supplies, hooks, clamps Department, Sunland I For all cleaning needs contact ,' 1
Lamar Nash Jr.. 103 Marymac1St. AND BEING BUILT BY
bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor Training Center Gainesville 11
POLITICAL THAW-Victor A. Johnston Is convinced that DEADLINE FOR INSERTION most small gasoline engines Florida cgbj 13-18 Live Oak. pdJJ 1S-19.. BOB WOLFE AT 515 WEST.] J

there is a period of political thaw taking place at the White S:09 P.M. Tuesdays Tyre's Saw it Engine Service, MORELAND. SMALL DOWN
LAWNS MOWED and complete
AT ONCE Curb girt I
House. It is the first time that he has been invited to an official formerly Electric Service Co., WANTFD PAYMENT.
ceremony! at the mansion in many years. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 905 6th St. Your small engine and kitchen help. If Interested I yard care. Phone 363-2772.

Johnston, for example, never was invited to the White House headquarters. cadj tf apply in person Parker's Drive, pdJJ 1S-19

during all of the years that Dwight D. EUenhower was in residence SVi cents per word with a In, US 129. Jasper Road. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP..
Bob Wolfe ContractorPhone
of 1.00. FOR SALE All sizes of tar tf I
minimum $ caJJ:
,
there. This is surprising In view of the fact that Johnstonis Operators Annie II. Mills.'
not to leak
the professional staff director of the Republican Senatorial (All classifieds man be paid J In Ottls paulllns.Brown guaranteed Motors cdJJ U WANTED Man for established Mary Drew Boatrlght. Myrtle 362-3253
Campaign Committee. In that job one would expect that advance) Insurance debit for Live Oak Mills Elaine Webb and Manicurist -

Eisenhower rather than President Johnson would be the Issuer FOR SALE 100, 670, or 710 _I and Lake City area. Oood starting Ruby Sanford. call tl, LIVE OAK FLA.

of such an invitation. ONE WEEK FREE IS new white wall tires. All pay-and training program, c bjj 13.19

Johnston was Invited to the White House the other day to ordered for five premium or first line. All full chances for advancement. Telephone -

witness the presidential signing of the Herbert Hoover National Clasnlflrds the last week free. 4-ply. Some slightly blemished, 382-1885. Contact C. W. For Sale-Real Estate
Historical Site bill! He not only was present, but he received one weeks run
will for 28 word IIS.98 plus state tax. federal Broughton. cajj tf FOR SALE --'2-bedroom hour
of the pens the President used to sign the document. And he $4.00 pay a tax included. No exchange
condition from
weeks. in good across
was invited to remain on to see Republican Henry Cabot Lodge advertisement for five Classifieds needed. Barber's Service Station WANTED Waitresses Apply st Branch OfficeSUWANNEE Wostwood Church on Newbrrn
sworn in as U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam. Use Suwannee Democrat O'Brien 933-333S. Oood Dixie Orlll. cajj tf
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. for Proven Results RIVER Road. Contact J. B. Webb at
as long as supply lasts WANTED forman date Service Station or cab
Housekeeper REALTY
COINING DOUOII-Government agencies like to stay on the cud U
good side of federal leglulatorti.. Ono method Is to leis congressmen and son. Salary and home. 407 Dowling St. 363-9763 or 362-1380.

announce the award of government contracts FOR RENTFOR Following my doctor'i advice, am Rt. 1, Box leT Live Oak. Farm Bureau Bid,. ccjj: 1S-1T

to businesses in their districts. They Will for mobile offering for sale The Chuck pcjj 15-17 Phone 363-1S26
RENT Spaces
Thus it was that the day Rep Wagon Restaurants in Live Oak WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor FOR SALE
rte Really homes. Plenty of room. Nice WANTED Experienced tractor Specializing in Farm tt Acreage Two-bedroom home and 3. acm
Charles Joelson (D-N.J.) was able announcethe water. and Madison Fla. $5,500 for mechanics. Good
Oood well salary fringe
and clean.
Sales and Loans
award of a Treasury Department contract to C.ln It either one. Can finance one- I benefits Call of land 4H mL from Live Oak on
Lake for fishing and swimming, Live Oak 3632534 -
the Du Pont Lakes N.J. half to Con Highway 91. Ideal for small family
Co., of Pompton for the US 90 responsible party.
Morgan's Trailer Park, I after 8 p.m. cajj: 11
manufacture of dimes: and quarters. West Live Oak Florida Phone Il tact M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon that wants country living!

Joelson had this wry comment to add to the formal announcement pcfdj 19-19 Restaurant Marlanna. B. W, FARM TIMBER ft FHA LOANS Priced to sell with easy term
TT am glad that some employes of my own congressional: 363-2016. Helvenston and Sons Live Oak I. Ready for occupancy
.' district will literally ba making money." FOR RENT Unfurnished three I or Broadus Wllloughby, Realtor For Sale-Automotive AVAILABLE:
bedroom house And for sale, Madison. cafa tf For Information can or see: Two-bedroom CBS home in good

20 acres land within city limits FOR SALE 1963 Buick Special PAUL A. BYRD neighborhood, large lot. a real buy

of Live Oak Phone 363-2363. FOR SALE Ford Supra-Dexter 2-door. V-', radio, heater, automatic Realtor with good terms. Ready for occupancy
Beach villc pdJJ 13.17 diesel tractor. One year old. transmission new tires 406 8. Ohio Ave : ,
Call Dr. J. V. Phllpot. 7S3-S89S. 48.000 actual miles. $300 and Live Oak. Florida'

FOR RENT Two bedroom Lake City cdjJ 14-17 take up payments of $58 month. Phone 363-1389 Three-bedroom home. 14 bates
Rev. F, E. Day of Lake City visitors here Saturday
filled his regular appointmenthere O. D. Beach was a business house with hot water and bath. FOR SALE: Registered Polled Phone 363-3390 after 0 pjn.caje. IU Oood location Small down pay
had services.He Jacksonville Mrs. S. C. Sarmbury, 363-3163. 17 m",&. monthly payments of $61 S<
Sunday, good visitor in Friday, I' Here fords. Bulls and heifers, 10
was accompanied by Mri. Day. The Kirby Klan held their an- pdJJ It. to IS months old. R. B. Bryan per month. Lot 7J'xl95'.

I W. H. Tidwell was a business nual reunion at Itchtucknce Madison, Fla. pdhj 13-17 HORNE REALTY CORP.
visitor In St. Petersburg Thurs Springs Sunday. There was a FOR RENT Rooms conveniently MISCELLANEOUS BRANCH OFFICE Three-bedroom home. brick two

large crowd present from South located down town. FOR SALE -- Registered Black III W. Howard M. baths hardwood floors. carport:

day.O.. D. Beach was a business Oeorgla and all over Florida. A Parshley House. Phone 383- Angus bull 4 years old. Oentle FARMERS GEORGE B. DEES and garage. Oood location. Pricedto

visitor In Gainesville Thursday picnic dinner was served at the 2128. P dJJ 13-19 disposition good breeder MONEY for farm AssociatePhono sell. $1.000 down. Fit A FtNANCLNO -
your operations
Mrs M. M. Tidwell and Mrs. noon hour. Tom Kirby Jr. was Priced to sell Oray Lakes at reasonable cost. Termsto 362-1688 ,
FURNISHED COTTAGE for rent
W. H. Tidwell visited Mrs. L. A. elected president and replaced his at Suwannee Springs Apply at Ranch. Call 363-S263. cajj 17 fit your needs Loans up to

Tidwell of Lake City In a Jacksonville father, Tom KirbY, of Waycross, 207 Hervenston St. or phone FOR BALE Industrial vacuum 7 years. Call North Florida Production Call Today 363-138
She Credit Asm. 8. Ohio 3-Bedroom Frame Home PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
hospital Thursday. Oa., who died earlier this year. I
tf cleaner used about 10
hours
362-2833. e ajj- ;
underwent of Ave.. Live Oak. Tel 363-3S88. Oood Condition tot & Ohio Ave.
Bill
/surgery Wrdnesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geiger
8 ft. Cultlpackerj! : 100 bu. wheat
We are glad to learn that she is Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT 2-brdroom turn- treated purity 98 U%, e atw-tf 3 Blocks of Court House Live Oak Fla.
germ
Nice Location
Oood
Else Lot .u
doing well. Willie Beach and attended the (shed house and 3-room furnished ( weed
8800.%" noxious
no I $74XX> $1.000 Down
Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Kirby reunion. apartment on West Fifth seed
steel overhead
; garagedoor I
appointment at the Deep Creek Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hemphlll St. Call 963-3633. call 17 complete; oak or pine fire ANY TYPE Balance On Good Terms FOR SALE: On Suwannee Hirer

Advent Christian Church near and son, Wayne, of Oainesvllle wood. Phone 363-211S. 16 acres: all fenced. 330 ft
Lake City Sunday attended the KirbY reunion Sunday FOR RENT 3-brdroom house, ) LJ- leG Acres river front. 3-bedroom blockhouse
Loch Bohannon of Orlando Is and spent the Labor Day 719 Brown St. Phone Mrs. C, O cfcj 17-21 About 300 Cleared furnUhed. 1 mile below

visiting Mr. and Mn. Willie Od holiday with Mr. and Mrs Willie Travis, 3632744. cajj tf FOR SALE render "Multan," WORK 30% Down Dowling Park on river, Mrs. W

Beach. electric guitar and 80 watt Oood Location cell 17-31
am- A Hsie.
FOR RENT 3-bedroom unfurnished DONE I
om.Mr 3/4 Mile
and Mrs. blots Spooner and Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys Is house near business pllphter. Call 363-3683. State Road Frontage _

daughter of Jacksonville were visiting here a few days section 202 W, Duval St Call call tt Granite. Marble Bronze I U-1.000 T.OST ft FOUND

'363-3048X nc tf FOR SALE: Cub Cadet 100. Phone 3624333 I 130 Acres *
LOST Bird doc puppy.
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FOR RENT 2-bedroom house Ideal for yard work and gard LIVE OAKMONUMENT Oood Farmland months old. brown and whtw

with utility and ening. Tractor mower, bottom Pecan Trees
room garage CO. liver color. Picked up at County
plow, harrow. leveling blade Two Acre Tobacco Allotment
4 miles on White Springs Road. Maintenance Shop on Branford -
Available Sept. 15. Call 362- cultivator, and taller. I9SO. Homer Sanford, Rep. Oood Had Road Frontace Road Wednesday Sept. I

3363. eaU 17 Phone 363-383S. pdJJ 17-31 ._ $19.900 Some! Terms
-,----- Please return to Leroy Bowdotn
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FOR SALE 10 tons 30% Am- Phone 343-1378. cbbd 17-11
SEWINO MACHINE: CENTER:
Business OpportunityWANTED onlum Nitrate in.bulk. $eo per ---- -- -
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I LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PIIONE 363-3111 Dotrr FUSS CALL us LOOT -Ladtoa Bclf-Wtndint
Adults SOo-Children SOe-Tax IneludellMonda.ThundA7 ton. Fuco Chemical Co phone TRAILER: OWNERS white void Bulova watch. Reward. '

I Box Office Opens StIS-Movie 3:36: Snack Bar-Gift 363-3093. call 11 SINGERand LOTS FOR BALE Can 363-3MS. nc

Saturday Box Office Opens 11 143-Movie 1:06: Shop Operator at stateownedand all other makes rebuilt her OOOD TERMS. Priced $59)
1 Sunday Box Office Opens 1:43: -Movie 3:00: operated attraction In this New and Used Machine OUTSIDE: CUT (but close tn
Major Product'sFlorida's WANTED R.al EiUU
area. Heavy year-round traffIc Needles Oil Parts
PAUL A. Realtor
I BTRD.
TIIURSDAY.FRID.AY, I'FPTF.M"F.R ,.,. I from 1.75 plus touring groups major agricultural 734 Brown St, Lift Oak. F1a.I I 404 B Ohio Ave.

and special events. An attractive products art citrus and other Lire Oak. Florida WANTED 110 YOM
ROBERT MITCIIt'M CARROLL BAKER Phone 362-2744 acres or
lease proposition available fruits vegetables, nuts tobacco
Phone M3-llt farmland on hard read Must
MR. MOSES I Write Box 378 White Springs poultry, dairy products and live Mrs. C G. Travis. Manager) ctf haw good soil and good water
cadh 17 stock.: Cbfjtf
and be reasonable Give prt*
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CARTOON legal dewrlpUon. and fun details -
FOR BALE: 340 acres good
LIVE OAK NEEDS A farm land an under fence .t first letter B. R. Sarnows-
IIIATIRD'T, flF.PTF.M1\r.R 11 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYNational 200 acres In cultivation !- ka. P. 0. Boa 13704. OatnesvtO -

DAVEY' DAVIDSON! CAR WASHONE bedroom house 33 acm pma- *. !No' agents. pJJ 14-11

farm supply company seeking a Suwannee anent pasture tobacco allot

WAR PARTY County business man to operate a local farm Service FRANCHISE ment. Call W J. Orten 363.

Sales business AVAILABLE 3417. pdjj IS-" \\-o\
_
_FealareNe. I : i
We furnish facilities, technical training advertisingand The 35e Car Wash business) Is FOR SALE: 3-bedroom< hone.

VINCENT PRICE PETER LORRE supplemental sales assistance. booming This Is not a new small acreage excellent garden

BORIS KARLOrrTHE This business Is such that it can supplement existing TAD". but a sottd prawn investment land. dp ... electric pump ifI" }

RAVEN farm service operation. offering franchised: several pecan and black walnut
owners a minimum management
Minimum cash required to secure service equipment. hUh profit opportunity trees. white anippernon

r CARTOONsiTNPATMONnY.Trr Itaasonable gross of $15,000 annually can be ex With a secure future. U you grape vine. Cheap for cash. Can ,
pected. art eater to enjoy a prosper see owner on property Sunday

nur. "fPTfM"'R n-n-1I Send age, education present occupation and agricultural ous future in your own bust afternoon and Monday moraine \
If'
--. call or writ immediately or ca11343.3311. LHr. Oak. ;
ELIZABETH TAYLOR RICHARD Bl'RTON experience to for personal Inumew. I dda 118

EVA MARIE SAINT WILLIAM A. MASSEY h
P. O. BOX 285 FOR SALE: 3-twdroosa boo

THE SANDPIPERCARTOON LAKE CITY FLORIDA AND ASSO.. INC with 3 Uths and .-.... apartment -
p. a n.. ISM Tel us-mi
17 p gej WINTER wtth bath at 133 W. DuvaL 'ZT w. could ... an UlsUnwg
NEWS PARR FLORIDA
f'otf I Phone 341-300 or 3 3300t.C V* 7W' aois world
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( Social I Security Answers I I Bulldogs Prepare For SeasonSawannee 7thinampfire 1r'1 '



(Editors Note: 1'heM'Queatlol\l, part In this established program nu aao
and answers are compiled by WU- through which all Americans I REMINDERS for anglers...
liam M. Eanes District Manager promote economic security I
of the Social Security Administration QUESTION: If a widow takes
at Valdosta. Eanes invites a reduced payment at age 60. will l tO5ylrl EFFECT IN OHIO' SEPTEMBER 13, PERMITTING
ANYON 5 OLD TO PURCHASE ONE FISHIN LICENSE
readers to mail their questions to she ever get a raise? FOR $I.li AND 1T'5 GOOD fOR THE REST OF THEIR LIFE
him at P. O. Box 1132. Valdosta ANSWER: Possibly The am-
Oa. Please do not mall your Inount of the widow's payment will
guinea to this paper. not be raised. But she may be fge60T1
QUESTION: Why were doctors able to get a larger payment at +1
oo
brought under Social Security age 82 or later from her own or

coverage? from someone else's earnings' I PONY LEAVE YOUR
ANSWER: There U no good record. y II' "I u '"' UCENSi AT HOME
reason why any single professional QUESTION: n'' hard for me +1"I
group such as doctors should to understand all these new chan
be excluded. Doctors and their ges. I'm thinking about that new
families should get the same prorule on hospltallution and medical -
tection this law offers every other Insurance. Will everybody overworking a .O ,
individual. A large number I 65 get this? "" "'" '.1

of doctors have paid social ANSWER: Hospltalliatton willsecurity I I '
on their employees for be provided for mow people overage I j..
ASK PERMISSION TO FISH
years. Many doctors already have 65. But medical Insurance will EVEN IF LAND IS POSTED: :r
some social security credit either be handled separately and will re. I UNP05TEP.. t. 'I'
from military service from salaried quire payments of a $3 monthly
positions or other business premium. I .,
Interest they may have. So ConQUESTION: What benefits will t' ,

gress decided that the medical' I get under this hospital caret '\. .;.
profession as a whole should take I ANSWER: Beginning July 1>86.I I

High quarterback Rod Howdah hands aft I* fvllbark Cocky Blipham daring ,t

Bulldogs Monday night practice under the lights as Coach Will Roy Coolejr's team prepares t. th'l o SOMi STATES REQUIRE
I Jasper nest Friday t* open the INS Bulldog Season (Democrat Staff it n i II liiGeN6HT0F CHILDREN ISYEARS ISH.FISHING.OP

Sp o YOUR HfAlTH. STATSS-CHIIDREM OTHtK liYCARSOFA6B

.. I MUST PURCHAig
Drilling At Sea SUWRIlIU't' llumllurrnt Afl3HINaUCiN6TOrO

By LESTEB L. COLEMAN M.D. FISH.
Mori
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Oil Prospecting Fleet Joins Suwannee High Band Parents
These Are Your Questions held their tint meeting of the

..., Cod 'Fishermen On Grand Banks season Monday night at the band TIPS for the Camp Cook

HOW can severe strain of a germ, bacteria virus or mold. room.
I the back be avoided if one must, An Illustration of an Infectious Washington Portuguese fishermen on the Grand Wallace Ross president of the
a tin at work disease Is pneumonia and tuber- group, outlined plans for possible
heavy objects Banks call a soup made from codfish scrap the "soupof
rt )[r. R. N. N. New Jersey culosis. Some Infectious disease sorrow." Whoever eats it, they say Is bound to returnto money-raising the band's projects to help
Dear Mr. N.: Injuries to the are contagious, which defray expense
muscles of the back and to the' means they can be passed onto the foggy treacherous waters. After a brief business meeting
spin can be avoided by sensible another person. The Portuguese have been eating the pungent soup Fred C. Turner new band dlrec
jlj precautions. A contagious disease Is one and returning to the Grand --I los discussed the band' program
Know your own capacity and that ls communicable to others Banks of Newfoundland for more sets were exploring the vast Banks for the year x
d on t oveUs. rtsx ILI by direct or Indirect contact than 450 years. The maritime area 147.000 square miles A reception for Mr. and Mrs
electricaland An UluatraUon of a contagious nation still sends some 70 schooners for oil the National Oeogra- Turner was held after the meet
mechanical I disease Is measles and chicken and trawlers to the Banks phlc Society reports. ing.
lifts whenever every summer Th ships drilled for core samples .
possible. Two pox.All contagious diseases are In IMS. the fishing fleet was and set off explosive char.
men can lift Infectious, but not an Infectiousdiseases joined by sn unlikely new group ges for seismic reflection and re Shady' (;rt.t'l1t'ry
A TW'fo' Cf'N er MADI '141'0 AN USI A SHASP roaNrpa
.. better than one. are contagious. of ships totally uninterested in fraction. Because of the Importance For foliage plant greenery In rpfgN
I Face the load the staple codfuh. Th new ves- of the Grand Banks fishery the shaded portions of your patio 05HAMD'ITItTVlcltl tA'Ii/tr r roOmAbrSIKiT
I and securely What Is the meaning of a the Canadian Drpartment of or terrace group Philodendron
plant vniiv feet whiplash Injury 60 days Fisheries cooperated with the oil and Philodendron
persons over 5 will get pandurlform
0oi: : ::: on a It;;;; foot: )(r. B. 8. Illinois hospital car for each sprit of Ill. I ships which represented U, 8 cordatum plants In large clay
In,. Lift slowly Dear Mr. S.: If you are In ness. They will pay the first 140 and Canadian oil Interests pots. These varieties require a
rather than with a sudden J jerk. a rapidly moving automobile or If the hospital stay Is more than Th Grand Banks are a part of minimum of light and can return
Bend the knees and lift keeping train that comes to a sudden M days, the cost for the next M the Atlantic continental shelf extending Indoors In the fall :1i1WJ
the back straight Lift with I' unexpected stop your body la days will be only 110 per dsy about ISO mile off the :
the knees, not with the back. thrown forward and almost Immediately Outpatient hospital diagnostic southeast coast of Newfoundland Fishes.

Long periods of Inespaclta- I the head forcibly rebounds services ar* also Included. You The cold Labrador Current and "Though today's schooners have dti
ties can be spared by sensiblerespect ,, backwards and Injures I I
pay $20 for each 20 day period relatively warm Gulf Stream meetIn dleels steam heat and electricity,
the muscles of the neck.
for one's physical capabilities.
Hemorrhages and actual tearsof and the program pays M per cent the vicinity of th* Banks Air they still depend mainly on the
remaining cost After passing over the contrasting waters .
the muscles of the neck can of the wind. Captain Vllllers wrote
January 1. 1M7 you can get up to often produces dangerous foe And the 1,000 fishermen stilt
child follow the strain of a whiplash
Can a outgrow being
eitended but the mingling of cold and
Injury. 100 days posthospltal fish In the eenturlM-old way.
tonrue-tledT Mrs 8. K.. Ohio must be car for each spell of times by warm currents also creates far tech morning on the Banks they t STKKwMAKI UJirut,
band These Injuries never paying only IS per day after the arable conditions for plankton-- salt from the parent ship In on*. NIL INTO} rOT *>TCM JH M,
Dear Mrs. K.: The of neglected or casually disregarded. 20th day. directly or Indirectly a lI'I.jcJrr man dories and pit their skill! end 0 0 1 0 HOL FIiM FOR ADD A NAIL O. TI.* TNaM
1 binds downa .
tissue that firmly ROILING. AS SHOWN AIOVI.
QUESTION; How much of my food for Hah. lurk against the sra" '
child's tongue can Interfere Tenderness with pressure and medical' bins would the medical r Among th* specie on th* Banks The Portuguese stick to the hero as.ra.e.ae".ww.a
If this band Is .
with speech. motion of the neck can sometime
are cod. haddock rosefUn, pol
.
to Interfere with car covert schooner rig because It ls Ideafor
strong rowing enough patterns of speech. It last for a long Urn*. ANSWER: You would pay the lock, herring and msckerrl. In fishing off the Banks, when whole tl...,. On famous first uncanny navltstors. "Ono a
can easily be repaired' by a safe Ther ar* many forma of first ISO of fOUr total bills for the Newfoundland "fish" one meant a ship has to remain at sea over risher caught a ton of fish a dorymsn vanished In the fog.
treatment for the relief of Ute After that this plan will "cod.* and a famous lawsuit on months A powered .
operation. To wait for a child! year. many weary day slntlehawtcd.fltorma Captain Vllllers wrote. "Then a
to outgrow a condition like this discomfort of wlllp"""" pay M per cent of all other reasonable the bland was fought on this vessel could run out of fuel. ar* as common as fogson gal blew for three days, and
Is unwise. Why subject a childto Seat" belts and shoulder Mr- charges for services covered Interpretation. Cod hss declined The dory fishermen us* hooks the Hanks In the old days more lot cam But on the fifth
the possibility of a speech ness tal reduce the pos ibti.Ily In the plan.QUESTION somewhat but It still Is king forth rather than nets, buecaus they is many as three or tour schoon: day the .aUir cleared and tie
and psychological handicap by and seventy of whiplash. : How are. you going rortuguns get bigger and better fish Adoryman era might sink In a sudden gsl, came back Ill lIn.. II* had to be
delaying or avoiding such a simple Injuries to collect the I) a month? Alan Vllllers. the famed sea lowers a line bristling On single stormy night sent 200 hoisted In with his dory, for h*
operation? ITkU Dr. C.fes..a roflUerfa ANSWER' It you sign up for captain sailed aboard the Argus" with 400 to 1.000 balled hooks. dorymen to their deaths. was all but worn out. yet h* was
** to auutrerletters MINIdwf medical car coverage and get a a Portuguese schooner when It When he hauls It In. with luck bema The Portuguese flahermn are flatting again later thai der"
How does a* Infectious disease .. via ..* ,...br.. monthly social security or railroad fished the Banks on* summer, lie hare half a ton or more ot _.--.--- -- -.-. -.--- .---
differ from a contagiousone erto.* H kit rofam ..***- retirement check, this will beheld described his experiences In the cod The man who catches the
i ever posetsi and whet fkey out of th* check It you do National Oeortraphle flncletylrrcmt moat rod during a season .la cat
Mrs L. r. Indiana are ./ aerwj Merest. Address not set a monthly social security bank Wondrous World of led the First Fisherman of led
Dear Mrs. r.: Aa Infectious I four briers I. Dr. C......* *. payment other arrangements em STUMP BROTHERS
disease Is on* that Is caused by rr. ot fail wr*.,.* r. be mad to obtaIn this monthly"

O Ms. Kiac rwiw... ,,..kef.. dust iremlum. For The Bet In
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I' Cash & Carry Building Materials

ROOFING.
Trailer HarborFOR CALL COLLECT

3" MODERNAERIAL MOBILE HOMES STANDARD ROOFING Phone 242-8564

ffTATI APTROVTD ANDPATIO 300 S. Patterson Street
f APPLICATIONSpraying nr rl'.C'Tm and
POR EACH SHEET VALDOSTA GEORGIA'
METAL CO.
STACKTtXntlONK :
TRAILER
__Soaxiinf Dusting Fertaising Ill So. AlhI.
: AND St. Ph. 244-284' "
4 xft i V. Interior I'lywoo l
CABLE TV AVAILABUC fREE 2.50
HOWARD MORGAN Cernt. of Boy... IL a" t3 T MATES V ALDOST A'S BEST ROOFERS I'er Sheet $
N. As>M Ave.
I HOWARD WRIGHT 4iflxi"!' Interior Plywood p IA
U.s. 90 WEST -
PHONE 362-2018 -
Per Sheet
I Owner as>4 O* rwlr ,H. .
UVE OAK FLORIDA Ii H2-130J

i A Tliouglii' For Today' Full IW Thick M Insulation.t.'

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Indecision breeds grief 4" Treated Per M' .ftheathlnf......,...... ...._......,......". 45.00*
Back To School Special Many of us hesitate to assume the rvamnalMlllf of taking a
aCAIId.. .., making\ a decision\ yet It Is this my thing which gives usjr 4i8 3heetrock
"*l strmtth. Uo not hesitate to make a move for fear x
JBRt I} will' not to right one M mmk show Per Sheet ........... _......?............... 1.49
r ( J an effort has ban mad whom nothing k vraceompUahMl
by Inactlrlty. flow murh wiser to Common Nails

..-: anak neutral a,decision and succd and fall tike like a mm a man.***. titan Mow remain Much Per Keg .............._...............,..,.... 9.50
'''IiiItnont" to fail from a sending PMIUMI than
it".* live on row knee.

be- Key N Knob lock ..."_................. ..... 4.25
it's
red bow many lines you fall that .....,.. It'. lab
IliriJ Ib. Asphalt Shingles
how sassy tiane you pup that eounU.fmtectston .
I'er fi. ..........."........,.......................... 6.95
breeds other things .... self ....
rrtmlnaUon. Jinlotd diaivu
WNeKAL iwwtecessar IIOMK.wlUl the tl g free fl Ohio couM Ar UAg avallabl at Ht/WANNtX Per Hheet ...........:....,...,.,.................. 4.0V
Ur* net for all the las
GENUINE HAND SEWN MOCCASIN irtbirtfor ao.M. *, perfect er.k*. and all aaautanr at Urn
III bervawmettt Hake that tselatoa today call M3-IU4 12" x 12- Vinyl AsUsto Tile

lUth ..........................?.._.,.................. .18
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
Value 2 Pn $11.00 S-waauMro Couatly RfaiVat4 I Z" 12" Plain Celotec Ceiling Tile'
$199 $5.99
.1.102i
Regular P.ach ..-.........,
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THESE PRICES F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE
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AND TO and purposes a* out herein. Yon ..."10 haaard warnlnaT awlteki with .. .allowance..hl b* aisled ten.arately .
I Sliields) Named President R. E. Scott and his wife, VIsion Scott .r hereby required .....* upon Alfrod other sltn.ls and aafety device' The ahall b*
l.h.
FromWashington whose last known residence address Alrtn. Petitioners' Mtorney. whose th* minimum l*.al from th* successful bidde. Ibo ,.te
Reports I Of Service Flalernity I. Jacksc.Tll: Florida t tAdolphua address I I. P. O. Box S, Uv. Oak, For requirement.. i .with frame mounted rate t b determined .lOllw.:
Hester nnd hie wife, Helen Ida, a copy of your written defect* towlni eye or two (I on th* .. *>ln .low. lion
I Thomas Shields, son of Mr. and Heater, whose lam known realeence .aid petto" 0 or befor th. JOth day front and ono (II rear.t. thouaand dollar. ( ..0 I shall. be paid
Mrs. James Shields of Live Oak. address I I. IllS W. Ird Street, Riviera of ., Ml. and to file in. Tho dumpini body ahall h.. a lr.tTitN'oiv.NmDw'Tbr.vM5"" Ibo
(41 ub e prio
Beach Florid I orlclnel of mold w.lt. defenses with waterlovel, capacity of four
was recently elected president ,if Ida 0. Johnson n .widow whose mat the Clerk of tho Court ,.rd. without cldeboarda. five (II eublr .bin EI. ""Trent1 .
Chi Delta Tau service fraternityat known residence address I la t. O. llo> WITNESS my hand a* Clerk and th* yard with aldeboard. and price shallot paId. "November' ui
Sal. Fnatla.: Florid.: Oral of thla Court at Uv 0... Florida melud ._ .. It ahall hav for th period until 1010'_ "t;.
I North Florida Junior College Pearl Wblt.bo.d a widow, wfioao last thlt 14th day Autuet 1565. plat metal of minimum ten ( eI) fauna! .. Th. balance of th* net purchase

George McKeithen of Live Oak known residence address I. K. F. D. (SEAL 0 It shall havo a tall (ate th* earn helxht prlc.. after deduction of quantitiesi I Ir
O'Brien. Florida! tl I.AVAUCHN A. SESSIONS of the top of the aide boards; and It .5mod "b" above m., be paid I Is
By DON FUQUAU. was named vice president of the I Ola i Lawrence, whose last known real Clerk Circuit Cour shall have a alnarl cylinder type hDI.t November, 117 aa full and final' .
McKelthen's parent- are dene ....d.... Is ITSt Seth Terrace. Suwannee ,, Florida .. Th. truck shall bo delivered t, chas* of (h. machine ""'

S. Congressman group N.W., Miami Florida: IS.I Suwanne County Road Department In Any agreement I* rent .... purrhoi.
Mr. and Mrs. Traverse McKelth- Fr.ddl. Thomas, .lnl known residence address la Bouts IBo NOTICETO eratlnf condition with operator's I... and shell W preaented "hi Coun
en. > It O Brian, Florida ; WHOM IT MAY CONCFRNi ...., tool and warranties ...usually ty Attorney for approval t...
Adjournment governments receiving $10 billion a a Henry Thomaa; and his: ;""It.. Corrln You will pleas. take "- .. that th* Included with a new truck tne. by th* B.r of County Commit accent
Congressional Thnmss whoa last known resHenre underlined Wilbur C. Sweat and his. t. All bid must Include specific : lonera. .
Many leaders of Congress are and Individuals $28 billion. The (Renew Your Subsfrip'lon) odd... la Rout. I. Box II. Brian. wife, Movla P. Sweat I. ."...In. and tlon and descriptive literature If .n, No bids received after lbs time ;
ani
to Florida will .n.... In the operation of a laundry reference la In (he bid to portions ". '
able
hopeful that we may be report pointed out that Florida ..hand.P.r. business l.d. R ard'oTCount? ThO
Bertha Johnson and her hu commonly referred to I a of ... descriptive literataresuck Comma'a"loB1Jr7''r,
conclude our deliberations In the received $316 million in such I .,. Johnson, whoa 'sat known Laundromat" at live Oak, Florida portions must be clearly .r.e tW right I* reject any and all biAs aervr
and adjourn 1964. residence adilress la 4>1 W. sod In the name of SWEAT MAYTAC out .IK".0 by the bidder waive formalltle. and to .. .r ,I
month of In .
September .0 "
grants Public Notices Street St. AuKuatlne, Florida! HIGHLANDER LUNDRY.". will file 10. .. .. lo.1 Chevrolet te tho.heal ""
this first session of the 89th Con- A breakdown of the four largest Ollle Relle Tucker, whose lsa' known a registration II.Utl. name 01.,1 truck with County,. ., T.' and af BuTannea'count';, Int..t.'

It be that we will only are: $93 million for: todd.nr.addr..* la 417 NW Tin a* required by ..tlo 1.oe. Florid. number VIAIHI and one III containing bids must be elee'rIy'ma'rKIi
gress. may programs Statutea. with
Miami. Florida! HIS model Ch..ol. truck on the outside -BID FOR !
have a recess for the world situation highways $108 million for public I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,, Norman Tucker, whose bit known B/ :J C. SWEAT I County number T-l and motor number BE OPENED TRACTR.Sl. T.

makes It necessary that Congress assistance. $23 million for education IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTYI residence address I. Like City F'or-: S/ rlRr. SWEAT 77095 ahall become the property of theaueeesalul Risodt LA VAUGHN A. SESSIONA'
FLORIDA. IN I Ida; 1.1 ; bidder These trucks are now CI.r to tho Board f !
be In a position to quickly and $20 million for public IN REI Th. F.tate of Alice Daniel and her hushand. James I located al the Suwannee Coanty RoadDenartment Cmll..ln. C" ,
RALPH J. HUNT Daniel wh.... last known realdenceaddreaa IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. equipment yard 1.1
and research.
convene. health services DeceasedNOTICE la Jasper, Florida: IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. No blda received after the tlm and
The last few years Congress A study of these programs reveals TO CREDITORS Dorrla Farrell and her husbsml R." FLORIDA IN PROBATE date specified will bo ceasldered. Th. FOR
BIDS
lengthiest To All Creditor. and Persona Havlnn I Carroll, whoa last known resilience, IN of of County Commie.loners reserves. CA
of the Boor
has had some while there are many W
that Claim or Demands Against. Bald Katat: mOrons I I. St. Auittstln. Florida BERTHA EVANS R.XIN. to reject any and all blda and 810 received .

sessions In history and has prevented very good programs there is still You and ..ch of you art hereby not-!. Kill Mae Brown and her husband. waive formalities and .. ... .. wanne. County County, .ConMnla.loner..1..1.... "f i".
from visiting In fled and required to pro,00500, claim)I Booker T Brown whose last knowr NOTICE TO CREDITORS and ta sward Ik* bid In tb best Interest pl.. of at Ite m7K .
members much duplication and unneces- .nd demtnde which you or either oiyou. resident address I I. Runnell. Plor To All Creditor and Persons Havlns of fluwanne* Couot,. ". .. En.velone masSing st tho S. ",
I"
their districts as much as they sary programs and this shouldbe may have mobil (h. Estate o'Ralph Ida l Claims o Demands Afalnat Sl. Estalei containingbids mast b. clearly, Couytho., o'ehn'h. A.Lioo". Oak : ,
Increasingly It 1 Is bill i. Hunt, deceaaed, late of Hid I Jamea Thom., widower, whose last You ..01 each of you are .rb, noti marked on the outside "Ptl) FOR PIMP October. A.D. .,
would like. I have pending lIsa meefln.
curtailed. a County, to lh* County Judir. of sow..- known residence adlreaa Is Rout t, led and required to present nny claims TRUCKS TO BE OPENED 8EPTFM. .1 whl.h Um. .
.id w7m
necessary to fly down for short more more more more more more I,.. Count, Florid. at hi. office In th t Box I'alalka. Florida; demanda which you. or either .1! B.I: II. Hal" W publicly "" oIl
for the dellbera- calls, Court Hous. of .old County .t Live P II.Uio a widow: whose last: you may have aislnst tho ...... of Shraadi VAUGHN A 'ES810NI.CI.rk th. foil..!.,opened mad TTuaheJ. i 0'
visits and return before the Congress which Oak, Florid, within .1. (I') alndar. known ,..Id."... .dd.... la illS Hssaard Bertha Eva,. Or.kl". deceased, late of to th. Board II, drbe sloop
> tlons In Washington. I hope to for a review of such programs. month from the time of the flrit pub. Avenue, Fustla, Florida: sold County t* the County Iud. of So. CommissionersIN o o Gr... "I.uet.. wi:
talk llcatlon of thIs nolle.. Each elalm or porothy M. White and her. hu.h.nd.CI..ton wan nee County, Florida, office person
counties and .rdt Orodell
visit In all our in mind that we .1
with the hope demand hall b. In wrltlnx, In dupllcat. White whoa lust known In the court bouse of County at Condo .Perl.n.
to our people Just as soon as this might prevent waste and dupli anrl ahull .tat* th* pto.ofr.oId.nr.p residence .dd.... la Ft. Myera, Florida Llv Oak. FlorMa' within ala calendar THE COUNTY JUDE' COURT. I t.
and post offle address of th* claimant. l 1201 Cub. StChrlataen .: month from tho time of the flrat pub Or.l. I Ion
recessed. Orod.
session Is concluded or cation. Many of these programs and .h.1I b. .worn to by tho el.lm.nt, Tills. who. last known lication of this notice Each claim 'tg101 IN PRO5ATiIN and I I A op 16 Mod. .. Ion

once begun are never reviewed. hIs xant or attorney, and anv such rr.id.oes.ddr..a I. T7I N Wltth d.mud .h.1I b. I" ..ftiti. I" doplitet.. .,. of ala. I. following .f. 04 '>
I have claim or demand not 10 fll. Tobacco Legislation and continue in spite of the 'U' Vivian Carter, widow, ..ho.. last .nd pot offlc. address of tho claimant PATY Deceased Nal" III h..I.. tan

Introduced legislation In the changing needs of the nation. and S/JAMFS SEVERANCE: known residence' address Is lit W. nnd shall be tworn to by tho claimant NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Th. Ill (uaelauslnt.i. t.
Administrator ttrd ,, .. Florida; hit ...nt or attorney, and any aurk and Peraooa Havla fulloming lparlticmtl.n. shall
to eliminate Al Cr"t. ply ap.
House of Representatives often continue in full force when Is.'. tI ..Sit..k: whoae last known residence or demand not to filed shall b 0. Aialaal, Said Estate. I.: Cr.d.

acre controls In determining they directly overlap and conflict .dd.... U P. O. Roc elI Csllahan void You and .h. ,.. ar* hereby Itl .to". Opllnga aod. ,...1111 .f 'f. .
tobacco and to NOTICE! UNDER FICTITIOUS Florida ./ W. U BRACEIN le and required t* preeeat any .. .... tho
production. with state programs. OR TRADE NAME LAW Helen E. Carter, elntle, whose last Executor demaade which you or either of lul..t..1 .forth in t' lt..t .
use poundage allotments only as More coordination Is certainly TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN known ...Id.n.. address I I. nit Kln. 11-11 you h sn.apoina I the Eatat .1 t. Ft..tdo tho Standard 1lt..t..0'
.to.
Nolle It hereby ilv.n that th* un ('01. Drive Jacksonville. Florid. Patay ewphena.. deceased, late of aaldCoaaty I. Road Drt. .
the basis for determining farm needed if these programs are to d.r.lgned purauant to th. fictitious I Albert. B. Cason, a .widow whose last CALL FOR BIDS to th* County Judy of Ba- duel "1".. .hl ho ., pen.

allotments. serve the purpose for which they ,om.ata tub.. Chapter 80 JI. or Beellon, known residence address I I. Route i. Reeled lila wi b ..I.e b th ..,..* Co..t,. Florida at hla' oft. w... Mi.lbs.FI. .. PI'Pd'SeI. I..
sales gfSOt. Florid Dlatutea, I U I. wll Box t. Alar hue, Florida Board of County In th. CoorS )Hone ef ] 5. .Tb. I.. Ol. FlorIda. o
the recent C.
During season. were Intended. ...,.t.. with th* Clrk at th. Circuit Joe Caaon wh.... last ,known ...Id.".* wanneo County Florida, at It. reejulsr Llv Oak. Fkirida. ..1 ..... 05(0 bid : io.d.d '
I visited four of the Florida markets Court In and for Buwann. CountyFlorld addreaa I. Rout 5. Box I, Alackua.Florida place' of meeting at the Muwanne County month from the lime ef the f.o at.ehpihe Connty trooha. ::: hlddor', 0 "
*, upon receipt of proof nf publication C"urtlou. In Llv. Oak. Florida .ntl ilomli,.. of thl aotlc.. Each. ordemand or t. ho hamd.d .1" ,_.
and found that farmers were Economic Development Act of thin nolle th* fictitious I I generally satisfied with the prices Congress has passed and it has I '" residence aId... Is 414* October. D. 1541. ...ul.. meeting cate, and ahall elate the plac. of .PrIce boat bldd... )
"I"jEANrs"HOUSE OF BEAUTY Csmbrld Street, Philadelphia. Penn-, al which time and plac bid will d..6 poet office address of.PU'I SPsrllioap, 1.
had received for their .1 .. ,
which they been signed Into law by the b* publicly opened and ... Total mpproairnola.
under whli'h I annex.. In bualnaaa. av'loon I.I aloud for claimant, and akall b* sworn to by b... .n..1 I .1
1965 crop. but that the acreage President an Economic Development I .n.... In bualnaaa In Llv Oak Ronald D. Coo,., a minor whos last the following .....r''.... product, to-wlt: clalmaat, kia ....., or .kla nltoraay All Prndaels bids mill ...... non...

with poundage Florida, and my address I I. South Ohio known r.st.t onroa'ldraua I. 4141 Approximately 10".000 ..11. of eut. any ...0 or demand not .Wo a hid' .11 .ft.re untIl
controls along I So
back
Act to assist those areai A yon... Cambridge Street. Philadelphia.. Pennsylvania asphalt. Grade RC-IS meetlht hall k* void. 41 -Ot bat loesor thou
controls has proven to be Impractical that have not been fortunate Th. mint of ownership I. .ntlr. ) Florid.. State Road Department Stand i ./ VIOI.A JENKINS All days hido

In attaining the desired goal enough to participate in the eco Dated thin 14 day JEAN of Autust DOTY A. DIM .. Juanlt known f.reeldene Cason*a minor addreso. who.la 4l4flCambridge las .rd.The bidder shall quote prices I'-'' A..trl.' hid 55.1.4 shall' nb.ii applp. '..o.firm pus... ..

of higher quality production. nomic of this country Street. PhlUdelphl' Penn- livered to any point In Suwannee Cotia.. ioelado. .., diuo.au 1 to..,..
progress > withi. .t
t,. aad at suck. lime" am. ._
and
JEAN DOTY aylvanlaiRabbin place aa requested IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tIme
By limiting a farmer to a certain The Act provides for grants and, 14.11 A. C....... a minor, whoae !I..' by tho Sawan".. County Road THIRD JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF loll diuconot. ..h.1I ho 11.,.... t..th.l I h.

1' acreage. as well as poundage loans for public works projects, known residence addreso I la 414S Superintendent.If FLORIDA. '1 AND FOR SUWAN''ECOUNTY. "h mad "I ".. par.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Cambridge Street, Philadelphia. Penn. any bid. Include any discount for IN CHANCERY .t Popular rnn.thiy' Ii .1
t we are forcing him to plant such as water and sewage Improvements THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I aylvanla; payment.' within any specified time per- ZEIL HARRFU. and poyln5 hill.. Tb. Smard of Coasty.C.a,.

his crop too close together to and other development AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY Fvallna( Caaon, a widow whose last dleeovnt thall be applied to AUSTIN HARRLLL. mlosion.... rnaerw.e t". ''ht .. .
leaf which Is FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY known ...Id nno.addr..s I I. Sit Clara I reduce tho anil price bid mad shall ap. Plaintiffs soy lIla. aad .11 ., .. .1.
achieve the quality | facilities and is designed to I F. D. HH.LVFN8TON and MOZrLLK: Street Milton, Florida; ply I. payment made at th* ..1.' ... .AITITtOI PROCEEDINGS I. tho so .d..rt. .. Oward ....
so much desired on the domestic aid those counties with unemployment W HfcLVlNSTON hi* wlf., Vivian Caaon Black divorced. whose monthly time of payln* bill.. ... THELMA ""UISI HOPPI t,.. .4 bawsapop C .
elimination of all, I Plaintiffs (sat known ...Id.... ....d..... la 411 ahall remain ta effect aatll a hid la ... and HARRELL.Defendants. flafldo and Is _, lb. low.
market. The
and low per capita In- ..* Lee Cl, Seranton. Pennaylvanlal, eepted but .o P."... than 41 dare .hlda lad heal bid. I..... a.aI.lsi..

acreage controls would enable a, i come. In addition it has pro.. JOHN W BFLU ., tl, Basil Cm.,., alnile, whose hat known I The Board Cennty Commissioner.reserves NOTICE OF SALE mIst he Iloaty .. .. 'h. .
farmer to his tobacco he I Kefendenta residence addree .la Jacksonville. th. rlejht ta reject any and all NDtl. I is hereby (,.. thai. I. ". W "lid P.. Cromho4 ._ tSla...T.
plant as visions to encourage broad com- NOTICE TO DEFEND Florida! blda, to waive 10'.lt. I. reedver. Special M IketOtk Onn.d 0. a. i Sln..
I .
saw fit ,and to use his own judge, prehenslve planning for economic THE: STATE OK FlORIDA TO lops Caaon Fraaler who.. sat known I Use and award the beet I.. day of September. A. wil. IMI.. al Sipand' LVAunHN A. '18IONI.
the tobacco I JOHN W. BELl. WIllIE lOUSEI residence address. I. 4lt AdamaStreet I tercel of Buwaanee County Florida aad th* front door of Ike Buwaane Cea.trCounhoua Clock .. ,.
ment In selecting development. It Is my feeling that AMMARFNTHA: ALONE.: I AVraaton, PennsylvanlolOlll lo anaepl tho lowest and beat bid. t.n' .. Live fish Florida, al Ike COmlmlaalaa.ro 0 C..t

. which he wished to sell in the |I many of the counties in North I HUMPHHrYU; KATH .HIN''". HUMPHRKY8. Itow.". Caaon a widow, whose I "SolD ve lopes eonialnlne.' bids must bo marked. hoar of II :I* A. M., .f. .sale aad 1.1
market MARGARET HUMPHREYS 'last known residence .dd.... I I. Palm I mit ASPHALT T 8& OI'ENED mail .. t' highest .. bidder ,.
place. Florida that have already participated lee: HUMPHREYS.: JR. MOSF8 E.COOPJlR. Ranch, Florid.! OCTOBER 5. l.4m.. cnak t followmi deacrlked property, CAL Fa aiDS
This would eliminate the costly in similar programs as I MARY 8 WOI,FF. P. T. Me.ORIFF. The Unknown Helra nf Id.Ha 1. Caaon,, $l ned! LAVAUOHN A. IISIONI, trine- mod be!** .". la Sawaane* "' ror.in.4 h lb.
of measuring acreages I IUOFANA THOMAS ID I whoa residence addresses. arc .... Clerk. t II,. Br e. County, Florida, ".1 0 C.I. COaalInb10paps .c ...
was0.
process this may participate and attempt THOMAS, (IIKKN: JOHNSON! ISAAC Co..I..I.. A I .. ,. deecrlbed aa fat- c. ,. F. on lao .
1 and the other problems attendantto to lure business Into those areas I R. SHOWN WIIIIAM C. JOHNSON: T .v L"o.... 54.1. 01 H..., IA010an,. l.nIN Iowa! on* and eee-half acre lot beflnnln Pisoe Caurtboajs.at : .. ..
FDWARD C. JOHNSON.' JOsEPH E. who.. te.ld.n..d'tr.asosar.aa'. al the ..'h. earner afSoalneaat ") Sh.rado :
of control I believe .
this type III. ...
THE .
CIRCUIT -r
I and attack unemployment and JOHNSON.! MARY JANE JOHNSON! hn-w.I, COURT OF FLOH- Vl.arter ., BouthweetQairter AM. .,.. SIb
that both the farmer and the en-: underdevelopment. In addition HENRY R. JOHNSON lOMONNIA Nathaniel Willie and hi. wife. ('""dl. IDA THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN and coo Weel lie I.... .0.6mb.. ... AD. Intl. a ,.sslar mastimg.
tobacco would best JOHNSON, T.1l.I.A DALE JOHNSON.JOHN will.. whoae I.., known ...Id.".. N" FOR SUWANNEE COUP4TY. thence North lit feel too poml of ho wblyb ,.. mad pim. .u hId. .
tire Industry ,
the Act provides a technical assistance .. A. JOHNSON FRANCIS rORFFN. ."dr... ,la 4lt Rate- Drive N., 'LO.IDA IN CHANCERY betlaarnetaear* East III feet.tkeaea lbs pubiol, p. ... road miosi .1

be served by having poundage, program on area development W C. JOHNBON H R Jarkaonvlll. Florida, IIKIl, Nertk ItO feet, tbeara Weal '.Ilw". daaorlkad _.. erdual. I.,-
controls only. I ( JOHNHOM. ORFFN JOHNSON JR',: Fva': Willis Graham a .widow wh.... BKOWN..1a..I. III feel tkene. Baulk li feel tofwtat w.,
and provides for regional IANVKHNIA TFf'l>rR. FANNIE COR.NFMA I... .ho.wo pppl'ooea, addrona I. .. af "..1.. A. *la at.* I. Oh., 55,4.5 solla.s ...
E. F, .
commissions to encourage multi- : IFAK ILIA DALK MOrlffJACOB RFD O'Rrlen.. Florida I IFdna HENDllIN. at al. III feet $f Southeast pOanIm.5o ..t ouonnm.oto' sot.'
Mall Service In ( HUTIFR. FMMA DUTI,FR L. Wlfla. a wIdow: whea feat .'.. Coenet Ik* Soalhaeol (juorteyaad ooua. uJ'. w... Ii.I. .
Distributing I
county planning for economic de JOHN II. ROHM WILLIAM HAH.EY I kaowa te.id.oae.s..01.... la RFD.. NOTICI TO DEFEND ...a North tl* feet tkeac* =i .
a recent speech on the House I velopment. It Is plan to meet and JOHN McfiFHFF .. Trustees, S.piortt Florida I THE '" FLORIDA Tot Weal t** feet, t" Sooth sac a .t" shadS ..imtii. h,.
floor and a letter to U. S. Post, my fiPORGK: W. ROH8 BAMITFL T. COLE. lllllan Willi.. a wMnw." whose I...I E. F. HENDERSoN. RFNJAMIN H. feet ,......* EonS I of eee.mln t-. ,..1- frapa mod twa.
In these counties as soon as possible MAN. JAMES W. RCHOFIFLR .. Admlnlatrator "- known residence. odd.... I. till I BICHAM. MARY E. SHAD the in. .. eoalalnlat *. mars aad oais.hi. so
master General John Oronouskl, to discuss this program more of the !.t.t. of ()*ort. W. Mar 't_.. Jacksonville." FlorMa known spouse of JOHN C. N.GEHIE.pnb.smi .... I" .. and berat attested .la foot .. iow.5i ammbonnis. .aui.oe. ,

I have very sharply criticized the I Ross. d..d. SARAH A. fully and how it may be utilizedto t FRANK W. ETCHFR: Al. tar wko.. last known ...Id..... I* ..... ranleea of 'Mi.'Nft ... I .. : A, .00. ....u out .....
new mail distribution system its fullest. IAN M. ILETCHFR. EIIZARC'IPI I Hranford. Florid' i I the B.t1'_ th '. .. .r. arspsrly, two mere .. .._" diac.inea.

which the Post Office Department FIIIS. unknown apous. I Emma Mn. Flrklln' and her. na.Wad.. .. and rraaleeo W ROBKRT ": 5 w..b-o. ,.iaaal'o. ton
; IIIRK. unknown helra of MARY JANII I stair F Flcklln.. wkoee 'sal knownresidence I ROUNDTREE deceased, tk* .. .... Tho Soatheeet Quarter of tk. .. I. .
y recently initiated. Water Resources Planning Act HUTI.FR, and the unknown ,ot..I.. sddress. la 4191 Fairfax. ..t.... and tree lees Nortkweel Ooerler sod tke Weet 1..'.., Smoe-Mo AIiM
deceaaed. If .. .... of RICHARD Half af tko Nertkeael Quarter, D.. mo..moa
Under this sectional center GEORGE N. FLETCHER: Hslllmor .r"I. : mad) aOl'NITRat t' roads
Ike .. ..
, i My feeling Is that Water Ik. BeMh
the Hah of aV.tr.west
said defendanta are llvlnt. and If any or Kalherln It.sler H.rrl. and boy hns. Q.* P.1. If laos
program malls which formerly Resources Planning Act which I 1 all of said defendant or defendanla..* band -H.rrl., wh_ los.I toni .n< ijranteee of MARTHA THUMA8. ef Nortkeael Q.... Beetle.. Sham .. shell ..._
.
were dispatched In the quickest, deceased, the unknown ....".., heirs known residence address ts lOll Now amid defendoata are Township S Beat'". Rant. 11 reel.nntalnlnt t. 1,. .. Sal ..W..
was recently passed by the Congress d..I...., .....1.... creditors or ather York Avenue. '..hI..... FlorMa l Hvlai. or all of said d.f..d.ant I** our.... nor .teeet; shill ... Fl. ins. loam 50.
possible manner to their destlna is a major piece of needed I partlea ilalmlnt by, throuxh. under orixalnst .r...... Heeler tnd his wit.. DoeotnyHeater or defeadaau ors .. Ike Alee, tke foUewmt _..piapsr. -. W. 1" ..
uaknowa motor
.. 01......... defendant. spe.se. helra. .. lytaomi1, U. C
suck
tlon. now to sectional centers who Ions know .1....* ( _
I go legislation Under its provisions, or defendanta. If alive. and If dead their .dd..... I I. Mint. Florida l .tee. *, .rodltort ot otker :: .f': Tko loath Half of Iko Sevikoael .lrO.0._ .4 t. .. aball he

for sorting and then carried to federal state and local governments unknown heirs, devisees, tetstee ortranteea. 1 Bessie Caaon laws, whose last "...w.I aack*. by.daeeaeed tkre.xk.....ander Qoartor. _t' ... To.. 5 n'.. The ... .. mat ...
,
destined for and all partlra honing or residence. address. le tit* PaaeaBtreel .... .. ablp I _tl .... Eaal; mad .
office
the they
are will work together for wat. .ilalmlnata hav any rl.ht. till. .. In.wrest Tallahassee, Florida t I alive, ... If .. ankae.a. hetra, tk* Foul ? of tke Peal Half k, Ua sT D.e.s4 .
We have thus seen a situation ... tiso.o. Waaleea ar .... and Bertha a. Township I ...0 I"I\"; ..
er resource development. In th. property herein .rlb.I tad all, ."...w. .....0.. rMlmlnat .1 arewd *'lt%
havln .... portion hartat .rleJmra* kov. It ..." eeettammt. ef Prnm0000.N.lb.d
to-wit Interest claim"
of destined for or .
where a piece mall any aa .
.
rl.ht.
It 1s estimated that the demand IhM er lalereet In .... load, men keee. The
owner. mnrtfateel Iud......' eredl* ...,. property or Scion sod b nspa _.. SI $7
an office only seven miles away I I for water for Industrial, The WH of KH of 8W ',. the laps, llenholdera ar .t.......*.. ..... or deaertbedj ee-wltt mt ta ...* Coaaty d c 1160 ,.. shall
SWH of NWH of BIH. Ik. BHof ... ..... A''Is*. Ike fllw t deeerfWd .. I posod.
Is transported over 100 miles (net th* parcels af lend .r'.... I. I .sops. .
I municipal recreation and agricultural 8KH and the South sea feel the -Declaration of Taklnt". tkla dav PARCEL I IwI, H... .hl .'I
sorted. and then transported purposes will double by of the RWH of aw.... EBB AND filed'' In lha afflra af Ik* Clerk! of tkeult I. Slob /.. Mortaaa Ma A0tSe 1..1. .
AU .
d three-fourths ',.. of SWti of SWH lrl. South ekmeea't AddHaaa a* tae C 4l Shell he .. .
back. The delays in many Instances EXCEPT nn.an ( Court af hw..... County, r : I ..
1980 only 15 years from now. acres mor* ar .less, described. a* Florida, at a part of this proceeding. 01 State Read No. ID IU. SC Hloa. I lOne Oak. beta- ra Beetle. 5). Tew 1- I. 41.5.. .. .
amount to several days I While this measure did not at. beginning al Ihe Botitbeaat .*...... You or. hereby notified that IWHal .way No. lea, of ......* I*. T...... ebra SSsatb,5on.. II Eat, lr .tead ..-.. .-,. .ououn.ptmO, I..
over the old system. : of SWH sad roN Road Department af Florida, aa kip I Soot.a. Raaa 11 FouL beeat la Sawaaaea Caaaly, .... a5.aop. **.". mob ISO 11.J
tlo..II".wf'
tract the attention .that many : ta a point i thence A..".,. of tW. Slat of Florida. and R*. FlaeWo.TW -".,-,
1 We were most critical of postal, other pieces of legislation were W..t IU fool 'd a point those.in waanee County. 5110.1 Rubdlvlaln* PARCEL: I aWv deeerlWd piepsily mill Wseld I .; /I.'". kll W *tr hoot
< f.FI.I; kw>lvw>o.lly, eoek af "."*, .
/ authorities when w, first learned a 5ulh.stly dl..t.. slool of tho Stale baa thla d.ttiled pine trapes.ly eiTJ w4t III,
given It seems to me to be a sU-p I the bank of th* old nibS af war a petition In th. Clre.lt Court re REH of SEH of Beello* .'. T***. will W '' ,.maIn aad IW pee kf. rfr ..aaous .** ho mat

t, of this new system It disrupted, In the right direction In meeting dltck approximately. tIC feet t* .... fey .._.... County ........... ..... skip S ,.... Rant I Eaat.AIL port will ae* affered tot oslo as ''. ''I. _
the lives of postal employees who pi"., lb.,.. In t Southeasterly( dl> I In. la _d..... for the purpeeeo afth wWw. Wl Iamb peae* of pewaertt wm '._ 041; 5. ..
r a basic national nerd The ...110. alon, Ihe North aide of oenatrurUon and eMmteaa.ro of LYINO AND RFINO .,',. offered fat solo. *.**.... t* ike h.. ... Saint oman, I .

: were forced to move to new 10., drought in the eastern states I nibs of way of road I. point afhetmnlnf. ...,. hl. w.' tho fa. .1...... till .. IWfollowing ATE IN 8UWANNER COUNTY, eel mad beet bwMec f.e.k and IW ';isb the .
af ...tlo. tl. Township FLORIDA! sb.n. pewperty will .. totdoadet oat =
o 1 cations, with postal officials contending d.serlked, made In Ruwanne* ::: *
points to what we can expect to I I South, Rants It Email Coaaty, Florida. ...wlt I of lbs Ilodor of Pbs .. mat. .
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that better service would of kerebr tWvwlyled .. TVe tarm of Tb.
officials be an even more serious problemIn I The NI(,. Ike NH ..f BE<4 and Ik* severally ..tlti.d that OTTI.BROWN fet each aareel .... he coo _.. DanSestiou a .1. .A'I .
be the result.. We told postal FARCE NO. lit ..CTlON $7154tact I. 01.
the future. I am hopeful that; NWH of 8WH of Section I. filed .kle oarer Cemplaral. la tk* rtreaN J. W RRTBftNBpaeaml ibm 5.5. $6
f at the time that It did not out of this bill will come the Township I Sooth Rant It Ema15 a RIGHT OF WAYTh.l .CoatS. of law...* Coualy, FWrMa.amat Maalee dro.. mod 1. Snort O. .. bid _..

to be a workable program, yea sad eeeh of yea .. 1.1 mao 'M ._"_t_., .
appear plans which will ef deal, .-... .. .
future la (
ensure Th. EH of NEH: and th. KF-H *fSRH part | .e s .
would not Improve efficiency or I. Township I plemlUTa eVseenbed real tAL. BID I ".
mall service and that it was disturbing 'generations of the water supplies I South.oL."t.o:: :. Eaatt SWH of 5104: .1 "'t'". II. Tswa- ka ......- C.. BeaM "1. .0 eaewleW ..... .0. ,o..moa or .. .,
. which they must have to exist. skip. S South. Rente It Fast pIns = Beard of fwealy Cev.lMiM.ee "r I WlL.L.4t. I... u
' to the postal employeesand AIL LYINO AND RFINfJ SITU. o.reb.rlp af aad within I I* feet of the aoemedj thai ****** ('_.'". Fraetaa. at Its .. The omst API .
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ATE IN 8UWANNEE COUNTY, mote. SUM Read] 5.545. Ree.IM I "= T* (reread P- *f meets.- at tk. Bawaawe B.osaa.ia. DO, .
the general public New Post Office Buildings For FLORIDA *> tV..I..I. said earvsy I... ..... te .. ..ye* (' .ytI.. *.. O**. ,..alM loom S. DtlTootoliol Coat
Subsequent events have proven Alford And eeesrlaed M follow t abalk .... del*, .0y ef Mv* ehwk A. pa tk* I I. lie pound so II golhe
Wellborn I have I
year 6.4.. at a r. Ipso AIRTN. Bepteeaket A D. .. which 0 mascolaip. 1.
this to be the case. Many businessmen Yen. and each. ef '0.. ar hereby twa. f. and Ito _
been pleased to receive notice ......u. ..111.... thai r. D HFIVFN. .......1... at tko SW ooraer of BeeItea VEU.KM a LIWIS. Altaeweye fee Hc o be*. .. pabNerr aawmee I. mob Poibetto1 .
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who formerly picked up from the Post Office 8TON and MOZRLLE W. HKLVEN. II Tewnsklp I eVsolh. Re.*e It ..'''. Shone odd,.. I* P. 0.I. -. toe t" '*-*' .." oma -1
Departmentthat his wife, filed. tkolr. Calm Fast, ran Ihoneo Neetk .u'iems' RI .. Florid* sad r ... .. -
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their mall around I in the morn. swore --.w ...w. :I t
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they will soon advertise foicompetitive plaint In the Circuit Court af SuwaaaeaCounty 'III It foe rva the.ee 8. nI'14'55'R. 1'. .file. tko ... 0 m4th iho ............ ,
inn must now wait until well after bids Florida .,.1..' ,.. .... each I.111.Tt feel ran llwaea N. l.'*flfE. o. of tk* Iko hernia omeralloalloop a .ma A'I
for Post .
mid-morning for their mall. new af yets ta defeadaata. aeeklnt I* auwttha III feet .. the east Hae of aetlo. ** .. ahoe* etyted crl! otkee.wloo I. n' at. akeu .. a rye* V1salnoloom CL.. .t .
Office Buildings In Alford. in I title. af th* plaintiffs', t* Ik* .b..p 4. Townshrp C ....t.... Raaao It ..." alMM I a Decree P c**, wIll boaatered aa* 0... a rvrwwel ", .
This has disrupted their office t Jackson County and ....rlbe. real properly, totaled I I. 8.. I ttt>4 feel *ootherrveernse r- lb.WI I acatoct rail., af awl Wee Sean lit'I _..IS.. t. In u.
Rural mail carriers Wellborn W.n..* Connly. Florida. of amid aWelhn. I.af DollS aad ORDERED ...... *y bead Wee BM baa iWa '1 ks.a.. I -I. milk. the a.
operation. In Suwannee County, Both of F Yaa ore further kereky ..tlI... thai. and Ik. soul of Ik.. Ctovart (.'*.P 0,., ... -..ohmS ..* ** .. I ,. ...
who normally left their offices these Ike return day of tkla Nolle t. Do. Coulotolo.. 5814 scout .500 .f ..... I Third Judicial CereuM ef .. Sb tHe ota.llu.. .Choona. ._ _,
early In the mornings must now communities are In desperate fend I* September II. .Inch. sad you ......1.. 54 101a11a. ..o1 "h' .f _,. la* ITU. day of A. .. A. I.. t. T_**..eWI .a pew... btbi.m ...ha,..
need of these Improved facilities hall, aa sold dale, eervo a ropy af your I lAVAVbHN A_ .umll akaTt cc a walk 0_.
& wait several hours past theirformer and I .fe.se.. If ma,. aeon AIRTH. BKL1FRSIEWI8. : The pasporep NalkasiM WIllIs mmdlb. lbs (. ( N me.e.1. *baa>k *., leaal. IIIwjed I .. ., -oar .moo of
departure time to begin am sure they will bean a Attorn... far Plaintiffs,. b.lre .1 IdolIm J. Coon', C torwae lad fop **ed* r..e.. So.ho, I maotoSe, .. HUtl
r asset to their communlUea.INoAH w.'...... .01....... I. P. O Rot I. Lie. Oak. (SEAL) .. TW ,track ..* eevea .POSeS of da'.p .. o _
delivery of the mall This delay FlarWa. mind Immediately thereafter file .. L Sonet mad wtt.1..". loutS.Olaiin 5, 1 Ut-UAM U r.D rallee I.... .thaN w alsbaoa. III.neekoalks aNal I. rnrnhe.m

is compounded time and again lha .....1..1 af same In the ."... .. IW so Intoraul In amid I..... p.. CI k at bmel fee,, i4li / SheOdado '-
P1UMSKDUMY 1 Clerk. ef th. Circuit Caart ef IW .....* 56.1? .aaal mOoS ...* trta4 noao I. -
throughout our entire mall sys Iyled Court I otkerwlae. a Deere. Pr PARCEL MO. I" .IECTtON ItlM-MM _. !! .. ..,-. ...-w Wt _
PUI.I. P.Ml II meqJ ua C...,..... will be entered aaromat. yots. .r_... Ioulaasia4'
temThe DONE mud ORPrRED: vader my That part aft Sealed bid w k* -,.. TW teeal aweeka of IW tree-lee -rkeV7l"ul W sb.r'* I
new system may improve ..and and the eeal of the Omit Court NWH of NWH of Beettn .. Taw*. Beard of Cou.t .. So..osoue I Shaft ... SearS I* *** pwaaa*. .p- astod.O.d .. P.04.
mall service to some extent between .. the Third Judicial (Circa of Florida, ship. t "'t''". Iaa.. 14 Sari Lyl.taaatkerly Cwaaly. Fleet**, 1 Ha reaulorPUM I T nscrSoa ***. *. *"*""* woO .ashd mOrn
this the Seth day of A...av A. D.im. .. af aad wltkla I* reel af IW of aMMM al Ik* Sawamoma Cemty t .. no. ooooi sad 5 .1- W oho.
large rostofflces but it .' Btal Bead S-tll See- Cyt_.. ka Lev* Oak. Fiend Mill losda.. Wetea of _.,?.. Olmhe -....
has completely unsatisfactory IAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS: limo "In..I. aahl ...... Ua. ..... I lie* .'.*> AM. wa tk. Ill day of .. .. a D tI ( &
proven described 8e* eaket .!! T-06
Clerk. .1 Ike Clre.lt" Court aa fallow lRoftaimt _.
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to the hundreds of thousands .. mod pkae oA.b l0ro sod dww .
.. ... ConMy, ,,.... pomp t. DmoamOw. ,
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in our smaller cities I calledon SEAL al IW NW _... of ... .. read ) ... sbaal -* a mueavaea ,... of or -
5, PEARL CANNON lion 4. T......'. S _.... a...* ItFaet .outomonL t tT talea** pee maa ... or-. .
postal officials to take Immediate )) .Dep action to correct this 14-IT .It feel, .... lke.ee I. MMF oak ,. to mn.omiosmI46p...osa.oioo. a had t o._tl
t 17* 74 feet, Iwo Ik**** N "". In5lw.Iou a.aoWhoounai mara.e e-m. a.i.lt d. I .
situation which has proven to be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD I .rtB.. t.T* feet a* IW lass a. ,... s.ona tmbto5. -. ... .T SeasSor mOb 4 0I .. mad
harmful and unfair to our JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FORSUWANNEE J said "t' al a I* 0 ml lonot. 'h_ ,-. 0 .. i pom. ma
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COUNTY. FLO"ID A. _' ''I ,... ME. omldlaeliaa ,. TW armraae or'. I -
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mall service AI' LAW. r': lbs "***"' .0.4.4 .. .I
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,pcg.NuM5IS'? STAiR ROAD DEPARTMENT OF ..el a* lb. .. ou
FLORIDA aa Aieaey of Ik. Slate ofFkwtde Ceatalamg .... ***** .. tea*. apoad m u.m*ba. .o M of otweat-i" I, : .
Federal Aid To States And MI tAi.W 8. Tko krakea aakx wss.sl. mod pools 6..mpae54 c

Communities I was most Interested MASON CrrV rOWAeOMI BCWANNEt COt'rlTT.! PwllllealBukdlvteea TW* properly*, dasomoud.af tW Were if Beajatal .- tto.a.d.aleeed kydra.Ue typw.':.. sS" Ll'S? ha mod he _-. n-,.p.'-. .:

In a recent report dealing *) ef ... Slat ef Fbsilda.Petltkiasra. 4. TV oatta kB wr kaskuaaaea .-0 I Co4oi5. Madol ..-. s_"1 .
NOAH- DO I of three IIMt -I D .
with federal aid to state and DIA Jt ew- __ tOO
ftlRU UK KASTNVrMOAJtf .'.. Ye* tad each. of pee son kerwby tarn hi. racks ... a aata*. mob a I .1 .
local governments It was pointed R. I:. BCOTT ..dbia wafa, .. assisr ka ,... Clcealt m.ea IonS .I. daimeser oInmh.I baaohosa,. tt-n.o -o .. .

out in this report that such aid TW.t.RAKANPAWKSOMB VIVIEN BCWTT, .t *... I .. fee a._._ Cea.ty. ". T I ohmS ... _.walk. pant, of .. ... -, mad ..
? .b. at tW affte of ,... .. 0.010 >- tOo sa..mO ._ tasa5tN.0
Increased by IT per cent la fiscal NOTKI TO DEFEND ka Uve a... IOnS day Iwwatp b* ) c.. .. ...,. -
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1964. the treat percentage growthof L.. O. BRYHc'lw.4e1stAICA NOTICE or FMINFNT DOMAINPROCCEDINOS of .'". show wWt P6.01.INS. k* .*..eedi walk ore 11 aaa* .rweaty .. .1 c .t. .
|tst.l ka "
llot ioooa
I**. ** asp of yeah e>* A psoaSmom mhel h. .
any year since IMt IM 'TNt KAMI OF I! We o.* tlaaas ad to ,... aWv S. TW traea! akeJI l.iiajut mOb 0. the p.l.c of lIe ma boa 5.avatsws

Total IBM aid amounted to .. Till: BTATR OF FUMUVAiTO ertWd barf, .t.akew aaoo .h y tW "bt .l .5w..o 0.. tel to.o Soda-SO mlaouoao om .46 n. .. ..'U.I
AU. WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.: mmoheold ._. l._ width .sp .bll mob sheS 0, p.a4 Too. -
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it. l(JURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA ('..."..

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i THE OLD HOME TOWN .t By STANLEY Rev. Walkup Elected
WASHINGTON
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK
WHATXTM'MATTER,BOTS T Ily Ministers Croup REPORT
'fOU SAID'VU JUST HAD IDHAVB Rev. Jim W. OF THE
"It REPORT lJ TW'CAR TONITl i OH.WKVCCHANfcCO lknp. pastor of
: OUR the First Presbyterian Church, Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketSuwannee
\ MINOS OUFSS was elected president *f the
By SPES3ARD I, HOLLAND WELL JUVTAO Live Oak Ministerial ArnorUlion << -
, I'nlted States Senator Tb BED EALY. Wednesday morning, September Valley Livestock 12321: 350-370 Ibs, $3365; 160-
1. Walkup i will serve Market trading last Wednesdaywas 180 Ibs., $33; 140-180 Ibs.. $30.80;
Military Construction AppropriatioN current crisis was Included In the BfcoTHER! through August U66. classified as stow on feeder- 120.140 lbs, $3180; Io0-l20 (Ibs.
Bill Passed The military fiscal 1968 military appropria Outgoing president Is Rev stockers to active on slaughter $3310; 80-100 lba,. $30 90
classes.
construction appropriation lion bill and was added to the Spin Brabham. First Methodliit Sows: 180-600 Ibs.. $19-$3060
bill recently passed by the Senate measure after It had cleared the Church.Rev. Slaughter heifer trading was Boars: $15-$1675\ mostly $15-
contained more than $78 million House. The bill will go back to Ray While was reelected uneven but averaged steady. 25 and upFeeder .
for needed Florida Installation the House for ratification of the I secretary-treasurer. Cows, strong to $150 higher than pigs:; U. 8. No 2, averaging -
Air Force $48.996.000; Navy Senate action. When the emergency the previous week Calves were 125 bs.. $33-133; medium
I II to 12 higher Steers and bulls and U S. No. 3, all
$29,248,000) I am happy to report funds were discussed In the weights. $:u-
that we were able to restore Senate those handling the wat- Maj. riiilUpH. AltriuNGrntTul were few In both meeks. 124; cull. 30-85 lbs? 110.11650.
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In the Senate bill a $36 million ter warned that a much larger / I Staff College Feeder-stocker steers were

appropriation for construction of sum will be required early next I Mal Shepperd H. Phillip. 34 about steady on the kinds present. Card Of Thank
a Strike Command headquarters year By its speedy and unanimous 4" /II son of Mrs. J. R Oglesby. Live Heifers were uneven with an
building at Tampa's MscDlll Air approval of those present r Oak Is now attending the C. S. average of steady Cows were w. wish to express our spprecl-
Force Base. The budget contained and voting on the emergency request I : r : Army Command and General strong and calves steady to $150 ation to each and every one forI''k
$4 million for this purpose, but the Senate made it clear r Staff College at Fort Leaven- lower their thoughtfulness and
the amount was cut to $36 million that the subject of national worth Kan. Two-thirds of the supply was other acts ; shown during I
In the authorization measure tense Is being regarded on a The purpose of the course Is to cleared to fecder-ntockrr accounts the recent death of our loved
as approved by both the Senate triotic and nonpartisan basis de-j provide officers with a working while one-fourth of the total one
and House. The House deleted the which. I believe must always knowledge for wartime and I were calves. The Family of

Item completely In passing the the attitude on this question. -- -.--- npaoftlm ditto &JI """ ""........... Slaughter animals sold as follows Pete Summers
DnroDrtstlons- bill but mrr out It ... and general ; afr officers of divisions by kind and grade: .
back iDihesenat4 bill. The Ben Much-Dtaputed Bill Approved and logistical commands.He Steers: one standard fit50\ ; .
ate conferees will give firm support I was among the minority opposing 'Newt Ami Activities From Is a graduate of LaOrargeOa. utility $10-111; cutter, $1150- Otngham gets Its name from
for this badly needed facility bill I $14. I Din, Gong a cloth woven by natives
the so-called poverty ( .) High School and receivedhis : canner $1011075.Heifers .
at the nerve center of the Army which passed the Senate by s TilE RECREATION CENTER B 8. degree from North O<<"orgla : standard. I650-$31.. I I In Malaya and Java.
and Air Force when the bill goes 61-29 vote last week. Among my College In DaMonega, In 151I'FC \ utility, $13-11575; cutter. $11- '
to conference. many objections to It was the By ROY SULLIVAN. Director: $1335; one canner, $935
patent attempt to further downgrade Cows, utility, $14.$1650.\ : cutter ProFilesTriEONlYAVWTOBAT
Fifth and sixth graders will begin Badly needed Smith Srnea In
Senate Approves Public Works state sovereignty by denying are more kitchen I350-IS7S; canner $$.
Bill The Senate has also passedthe state Governors any voice as to touch football games at 9:30: I equipment, game room equipment Dominican Republic $13.35; shells down to $6.
am. Saturday mornings at the and more dancing I IIUO,11.60 e\ l'>y'
space. Bulls
public works appropriations ; many programs Instituted within Army PFC Mardoa J. Smith : high cutter and utility
bill in which we wen able to Increase their states. It seems to me that Recreation Center field. A practice Other long-range plans for the son of Mr. and Mrs. lAve $ ; canner 11-113.25, I
the House allocations forcouple the basic question here Is whether session was held last Saturday Center might Include a banket- Smith. Route 1, Box 149B. J'I mostly $10 and up.
a of important flood control the United States will continue and the game rules were' er- ball court whose layout could Brien Is serving with the Inter. Calves: good $1880-13175; fijrleO WILLIAMS

Items. The House approvedthe to have a dual system of plalned to the youngsters Include volleyball and badminton American peace force In the Dominican high-utility and low standard 3 t4. ROGER AWRIS!
It Is time for preparation of
budgeted 113 million for the government. I also object strongly courts), plcnlo Ubleij barbecue Republic $1 75-$1775..
! Central and Southern Florida to the legislation's scatter-gun the Recreation Center budget to pits and heavy-duty backstops Smith Is Feeder-storker animals sold as
4 a member of the 13d:
o t Control project; in the Senate I approach and the mismanagement be submitted to the City Councilfor I for the baseball diamonds. Any of Airborne Division which Is a part follows: NMW
h was able.to ralae this.to $14 mil which It Invites. consideration The budget will these Improvements would makea of the peace force established by Steers: few gaud $1150-13335;
of continued
Include costs optra- J
1d i. lion on me oasis 01 we corps 01 worthwhile project for a civic the Organization of American low to average standard $1535.
Engineers; showing as to what Farm" Bill Mark-Up Commences tion. maintenance and new conItructlon organization States. He U regularly stationedat $1775; utility. I375-ISI5: In.

amount It could effectively use In Beginning last Tuesdaythe or Improvements. on exIstlng The Last Knights" 'UI play Fort Bragg N. C.. as a mill. tenor, $10-11435.
facWUea.A
fiscal: 1988. To the House appropriation Senate Agriculture and Forestry for a Friday night dance from tan policeman. Cows: standard and good. $U15 '-
of $130.000 for precon- Committee, of which I ama fine start toward a first 1 to U pjn. The dance Is changed The 34-year' -old soldier enter $ 25; utility, $1075-I450; Inferior .
structlon planning on the Four member commenced the arduous class Recreation Center has been to Friday because of a Saturday ed the Army In December 1903 $3511 11.75; one standard '
Rivers Basin (Oreen Swamp). I task of marking up the omnibus made here. Few communities of night dance at the Coliseum I and completed basle training at cow-calf pair at $10350, + d+ AA I lll
obtained an additional $710.000 to farm bIlL This Is highly complicated this slat can boast a youth center Fort Jackson.: 8. C. Heifers; standard II. III; utility .
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permit the start of constructionon legislation and great lighted baseball Softball and He was graduated from Branford I350-IS50.\ Inferior$13.
the necessary canals and con- differences of opinion exist with Uttle League diamonds lighted Can! Of Thank High School In 1960.S. Calves: few low-choice $3350-
honsehoe and
trol structures. During Senate debate in the Committee. tennis courts, pits, $33,75; good UI &0-12.,5; heifers HARDY
playground and picnic areas. We want to thank our friends ,
prior to passage of the bill I7-I93S\ : standard $1511195 -
The Saturday night turnout at and neighbors for the flowers No SmokeIt's P\NC HIT RR: "TkD
we successfully detested Senator Federal Pest Control Funds ; few around 110 Ibs up to
the Center has shown that the food visits prayers and other wails MaO '' Mrr e*'ATOUCTIP
wise to
Froxmlre's effort to eliminate all Available In another helpful not smoke when $1950;; utility $13-$173;; Inferior -
of the budgeted $10 million for action the Department of Agriculture facilities are too small for many kindnesses extended us at the handling pesticides. Aside from $10.75-IS. IN t06O..YVVtDV
the Crow-Florida barge canal. I has made 1225,000 available of the dances family reunions, death of our father and brother. the fact that some pesticides are Hog sales totaled 6 4. down ALSO HK jacrt ? as i 18
was named as a Senate conferee In additional funds to the I parties, and group suppers held. Drew Baxter flammable you could carry pesticide from last week's 110 Prices were: WHEN HB v.1M WflWl74aINixMtg
and we will try to retal nthese Florida\ citrus Industry for ue In Jim Barter from your hand to your Mixed grades barrow. and gilts: '

items In conference. forestalling the threatening Infestation : Sjjl. II. ('- Allen Now Mrt. Nancy Ramsey mouth with a cigarette -110-310. Ibs. $22 60.; 310-340 Ilea -.. ...--
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Senate Votes Emergency Defense todna. The Department has
Funds This week the cleared the funds for Immediate Army Stt. Robert C. Allen 36 .
Senate approved by 89-0 vote an use contingent upon the state son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. AI. '-" .
additional $1.7 billion In defense producing matching funds Cooperative Ion 104 Beech St. Live Oak was
funds for the Viet Nam conflict. action from the Florida assigned to the lit Armored Division
I This emergency Item. requiredfor I Department of Agriculture Is expected at Fort Hood. Tex. Aug. 16 I
equipment and supplies In the I early nest week. Sergeant Allen, assigned to er \
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Troop A. lit Squadron of the
Armored Division's lat Cavalry a'' ?7
Fort Hood entered the Army In i t
ITS HERE! THE ALL NEW MF ISO August 1956.He ,
was graduated In 1858 from
Dixie: County High School! in (
Tht 3-plow row-cropper of the rugged new )(uae1FeruAon CroM City

tractor breed In 4 front-end at/leg. His wile Patricia lives in Kit
loon Ttx.
With new IncnaHdo<.p.cft, Advance FerjruaonSystem

new automated Agriculture Department TO
operating ease new
Purchase Surplus Citrus Concen

beefed-up power new rugged toughness. Call Irate The Department of Ag
rtmlture has advised .... that Itwill
for a demonstration today!1I purchase Florida orange Juice 1

concentrate now In surplus supply
for distribution In the national
ALLBRITTON BROS. school lunch program InviUUons -
for bids were sent out
yesterday to processors. This Is
I TRACTOR CO. good news lo the fevtustry Inasmuch
"VVI as It presently has a tarry-

215 W. STH ST. 362-rMt I over gallons.Inventory of tome M million

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II i Notice To All Corn Growers! 6


The |letsees rely heist to ml eoorrfiAst.. 'In MdVjf*tMctaJ 61%, \
Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelled Dscron* po>ye,'ler J5% ttHion tMtltwrweev. Put' then together smj
son the crowd ahem pure In s IIJ ga MOOd flip colo,., 51 s. .'
com. We try to give you the mot courteous service available to

you and our aim u to see that you get the highest possible price A. CuU away esd/jle-etlteheel( | hestherwf jacket
Cotton knit striped sleevelet. shell 'lilted ether
for your corn.I skirt

2 II. Cotton; check tl.-neck blou*. Ilip-atltehed heath.

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SIX-B SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. ,II .V
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Mrs. Paul Ervin MaslinLAFFA.DAY Miss Johnston Exchanged Nuptial Vows 1ti'ith

I News From Branford In Double Ring Church
-- - -- I Mr. Maslin Cereinon

I Miss Karolyn Regina J hnston) daughter of Mr', 1

Mrs. Robert C. Johnston o;f Branford, and Paul En

BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH hip Masiin of Gainesville, son of Mr and Mrs. George Mas,

were united in marriage Sal turday, August twentv.,.,\j, ,
at four o'clock in the aft ernoon in the First Bap.
Women's Club
Funeral Services Branford
I Church of Branford with the Rev.
Plans MeetingThe Allen Price officiating at the matching taffeta open crow; fait

Held For regular meeting of the PersonalsMr. 4 double ring ceremony. woven through a floated rr gft
treetop of Alencon lace highlighted
branch
Branford Woman's Club will be- Two eighteen x "Prt
held Wednesday, September IS candelabras, centered with a sixteen seed pearls and iridescent <-w?. iii.
John JohnsonFuneral shaped trim. She carried white ,
crescent ros.
at 3ill p.m. In the club buildInc. and Mrs Robert branch ; M
Sherwood
Mrs. I. P. Phllpot Jr., of candelabra with two large basketsof Illy of the valley. g),
and
services were held last International family Jacksonville and ; gladioli, pons. and mums The bride's mother
chairman of the I pam Wnr" ft
Mrs. H. S. Sherwood of Atlantic
Tuesday for John Johnson Sr., affairs committee, wll have the I flanking the center church can- shell pink cotton chiffon :iea ti
84. Burial was In the Jennings! program Mrs. R. O. Griffith, Beach were Sunday guests of Mrs delabra and trees of Jade greenery of horizontal shirring and a- I
Lois P. Williams and
other rela
Lake Cemetery. president urges all members to formed the setting for the Insertion. Her corsage wa :,; I
tives.
He la survived by his wife Mrs. Toned of white carnation
be present. jRNt nuptial vowsMM. si- \
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sims and
Icy Johnson; three daughters ,
: Robert Fletcher organist wore matching accessories ,j
Mrs. O. D. Fletcher of Branford.Mrs. daughters of Gainesville were the traditional wedding '
Sunday guests of Mrs. L. A. Sims played The mother of the bridegroom
K. L. Sagan and Mrs W. LBenefield. School accompanied Mrs
Sunday music and wore a beige and t
both of Deland; two and other relatives. she aqua crepe .IU
sons. J. B. Johnson Jr.. of Orlan- Classes MeetThe I SFC Robert S. Johnston has returned Russell"0 Blanton Promise Me"soloist. "Because"as satin trim matching accessory, "
to duty In Germany following sang and a corsage of white carnal.on U
do and R. J. Johnson of Enclno, .
Fldells and Oolden Circle Lord's Prayer" '
a 30 day visit with his wife and "The Following the ceremony .,..
a
Calif.; two brothers, nine grandchildren -
Sunday School Classes of the Moses matron of
Mrs. Cregg 'I
held
and family ceptlon was In the church
and eleven great-grand
,
First Baptist Church in Bran- bride's only attendant -
and the
honor 1
with Mrs
Mr and Mrs. Charles Thomasand annex Edward Bubar
children ford met Thursday night at the children of Gainesville spent wore a street length pouring punch Mrs. Fred Mol'J.I'
!
home of Mrs. V. M. Moses Mrs. chiffon with a lace
the week end visiting Mr and -11\0 dress of blue presiding over the bride's boot
P-TA Will MeetThe Cregg Moses served as cohostessfor \ Jacket. short blue veil and matchIng -
and Miss Joann
Mrs. W. B. Thomas and daughter Dempsey cutt:ra
Branford Parent-Teachers the meeting.All Joann. shoes. White gloves completed the bride's cake.
Association will meet Thursday, members having birthdaysand Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams her ensemble. She carried a The bride graduated from Se-
September 9, at 7:30: pm. In the anniversaries during the and son of Lakeland spent the nosegay of blue and white carna- verna Park High School Maryland
school cafeteria. Mrs. W. R. Hill month of September were honor- week end with their parents Mrs. i I tions. and Is attending the University
president, urges all parents and ed at this meeting Mrs. T. A. Lois Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnston brother of I of Florida, Gainesville
interested persons to be presentfor Hatch had charge of the devotional Fred Jones, and other relatives.Mr. ; the bride served as best man. and is a member of the Alpha
:
this important meeting and Mrs. Brantley Sims ,j t Ushering were Cregg Moses and I Lambda Delta honorary sorority
Twenty-five members and vise .
Fred Moses.The
and daughter of Lakeland spent iii: I The groom Is a graduate of the
Card Of ThanksWe itors were present. the week end with Mrs. L. A. : bride wore a floor length University of Florida and Is working
The hostess served cake, punch, gown of dulcet taffeta designed
would like to express our 'open face sandwiches, chips, and Sims. on his master's degree at the
with a basque bodice and long
thanks to the wonderful Mrs. W B. Thomas and Mrs. R. University
many nuts.
friends and relatives who shared O. Griffith were business visitorsIn fitted sleeves ending at points Following a wedding trip to
controlledbell
our sorrow during the extended Gainesville last Tuesday. over the hands. The Panama City they will reside In
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and skirt featured a wrap around Newberry
illness and death of our loved Thank You
effect outlined In re-embroidered .
family of Orlando spent the week
one. Every expression of
love
The family of Fred Smith end visiting Mrs. W J. Dempsey Alencon lace The watteau panel
meant much to
so
us. wishes to express our thanks and and family.Mr. back fell to a short sweep train. Everybody willing to help the'
The Family of appreciation to our many friends and Mrs Wilson Smith Her tiered bouffant veil of Imported other fellow If he has the money.
John
Smith for the kindness shown us during spent several days last week visiting 5r illusion was gathered to a to pay for It. .
Fact the sudden death of our loved their daughter, Mrs. Eunice
Odd one. The visits cards, food flowers Crews and family in Gainesville
Despite the fact that he is prayers, and every expressionof
totally blind, police in Oitunl, love helped make our burdens Suwannee River Jamboree Revival
I
Italy, have accused a lighter May Ood Bless You Is our
old man of the remarkable 42-year. prayer. Pine Level Tw. Miles South .f Live Oak On U.S. 121

crime of stealing; a flock of 100 I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Smith REV. J. FRANK SKIERSKIMISSIONARYEVANGELIST

sheep I and Family Mr and Mrs Gerald Ountner TO 28 NATIONS
----- of Tltusvllle visited Mr. and Mrs AND

L. P. Fortner Saturday night
REV. WM. HALL
Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Moore vli-
Ited Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes SERVICES START FRIDAY SEFT. 1ITH

PUBLIC AUCTION SALEFIRST Friday night 7:45: r. M. Nightly 1/:N A.M. Men.-SaL
Mr and Mrs. Harry Lepper and r
children spent the week end In 1 POWERFUL HOLY GHOST
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE Astatula visiting Mr and Mrs. PREACHING. TEACHING. SINGING
L. B Wilson. Many people have been healed by faith In Ood In the Bklermkl
OF THIS SEASON WILL BE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited ed Campaigns -Scores have responded to the CALL OF GOD
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Holmes Old habits have been broken sicknesses art discerned and
Monday September 13 healed I
awhile Friday night. uc r r0C
Mr and Mrs. Marty Raveletteand ALL PEOPLE or ALL CIIUKCIIES: INVITED
BEGINNING g,., r..".a.ww r.. INt. w M
AT 10:00: A.M. baby of Live Oak visited Mr IIEAR! "Faith rr Teday"- lS-tM.: Mea.-Fr4, WNCK\ IIMRv.

and Mrs. Norman Anders Saturday "Make out a. final pay check for Canfkld! Cljrfle Nichols LMJ PulseDON'T
Will have selection of tractors & night.
a good equipment
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all makes & models. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and
Rev. Charles Johnson visited Mrs
Ethel Hayes In the Suwannee
If have wish to sell at-auction
you
equipment you County Hospital Sunday. We hope I
bring it in for this sale.
Apyone, can buy'or sell. Mr., hays can soon be home
: again. MISS KIRBV'SWarehouse
Auction sales will be held on the following' dates J Mr. and Mrs. William Moore
clip and file 'in your billfold. I visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore
Sunday afternoon. .
October 11 March 14 Rer. Charles Johnson of Perrywas
November 8 April 11 dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.

December 13 May 9 Drew Holmes Sunday.
January 10 June 13 Mr and Mrs. Willie Howell and SaleWE
February 14COLQUITT Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes wert
business visitors! -in Tallahassee
Monday.
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TRACTOR CO. Florida's fishing! regulations art

violated taken Illegally when fresh water fish are DO MEAN WAREHOUSE SALE! For the next several
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HOMEMAKING mCIILICIITSBy I Subscriptions
I 151A}+J TNtSLLW1tW5S AUPLEFRVK Y WELL KMT CO t TMMK WEW SOUa TO NAVE )1

..1, All 55ILAnd TNMt Frost LAST e16nTH VIOVI&E5., L rMMKOffrr; J tFTCNfK A6AJ 1tIORItnW5c
Suuannfe Democrat TMN600P IT! CA6SEW.-/ (, \ iuelreIN16NTa I
TONIANj6aANpatAf 60oR. /

: MISS IDA JO HARRISON Listed below are new subscriptions

r Home Demonstration Agent and subscriptions renewedto

r the Suwannee Democrat from \

lord= What are they which are made for bed patientsover August 27 to September 3. L

the county to Mra. Mc- : 4 !
;, q sally like hurricanes use. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 y 5
ahall Lean tells me that the la
r that our area supply
B. J. Fennell. Alachua
- the coast quite low and the demand high.
( so near
J. W. Bryson. L. O.Lr..t. .
la quite Mra. Morgan Miller service
, Be 'ninsula. It B. Brannan. Jacksonville
t will have some of chairman of the American Cancer
Eleanor Dee. OalnesvtDe
has been writ- Society conducts ft monthly Jill \
I Jack Henry SandUn. Tallahassee -
i e- Shtirrlcanea and being preiforfemergenclea workshop for the purpose of making .

and we'd'y these dressings. The next
SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED
along some of the Injnrsstep workshop will be held on Thursday -
par J. B. Long Rt... L. O. -
September '. at Mrs. Miller'ahome.
for She lives B. 8. Tomllnson Jr., Rt. L. O. the darknea sot the night and toe contrite heart He revives the
in preparing at 606 W. Howard
Street You North Florid Telephone Co. wept like a child (Luke 22). This heart: He comforts the heart
know what they may call her at 382.
to
la
tcane 1060 for further 1. O. la true because the penitent receives Matt 8:4) ; and In due season
and how often Information.This .
;ca tw.tbey act. la a worthwhile and needy A. R. Jones Branford the great Quest and entertains fruit will appear

m: InpSf/; explanation of the ,' service which you may take part WUlle Odom. O'Brien Pastor's Corner the great Quest (5) In all "The fruit of the Spirit 1s love

5R tropical storms which In and your help would be appreciated. Raymond C. Craworfd. Okeeehobe the universe, there U only one joy, peace longiufferlng. kindness

"* M U that place where Ood does not dwell' goodness faithfulness .

j mf lash Florida Just Mr* Walter Hackney Sr. Lake He does not dwell In the sinful' meekness self-control; against /

.rc I5 5 lot of wind and water. keep Thursday September City WM. V. (Bill) PIERCE soul. law Oal. \
waobably good enough for I. In mind; and. if you can spare In the heart of the impeni such there Is no ,

tom Mrs L. E. Parker North Char tent Ood does not dwell. Such a 5:22.: 23)
liwidlans who have ..ea10. same time go by and give a helpIng
feston, S. C. Minister Uve Oak Church of Christ
person ls full of himself; therefore
:" hand In
blows Just a* making these band-
big
: spy Mra. James W. Stephens. St. he
baa
no room for Ood.
'_; mosquitoes ages. Who knows, you or some .
wovercome -
Petersburg. And what la His work or occupation Household Hint
member of
& 11i51pakeI. your family may need Mra. J. D. Martin L. O. "For thus pith the high and curtain was lifted.. He war on the ? All the works of the Buttermilk fives all I' the

fcrarrtcanea can be a threat these pads In the future Mrs. Ethel Tucker Rt. L, O. lofty One that tnhablteth eternly stage, after the curtain falls lie "high and lofty One" cannot be health-promoting properties of
M
In t17 tanlllfe if preparation la a J. N. Cannon 8r, Rt.. L O. whose name 1s Holy: X dwell will be on the stage Not one counted. The prophet makes no whole milk without the fata.

'UIe!' it. ftefore one strikes, says Fred" S. Martin. Rt. L. O. In the high and holy place with moment of the eternal ages has attempt to do so; he speaks only

state cllmatologlstph Funeral Services j D. N. Adams Wellborn him also that la of a contrite and been or will be without Him We of the work of Ood In the heart

tin. Agricultural Erltjr >- Charge H. Dale L. O. humble spirit to revise the spiritof stand in awe. We are bewilderedat of man. He revives the spirit of Words of the WiseIt

Thanks to J. Evans the humble, and to revive the the thought) (2) He fill Immensity.
the tracking Held' Monday For Bsrrtngton Rt. L O. I' I the humble and the heart of the is botttr that ton guilty

Irk ajiUctkn and Bu- Lawrence W Lee, L O. brut of the contrite" 'ba. The boundary of His contrite. When the gentle rain persona escape than that one

the "Little U. 8. Weather I Mra. J. U. McCullers. L. O. 57:15.: ) habitation can never be reached.No descends from heaven the barren innocent aufftr.

plenty of ad- Mrs. A. K. Gilmore Oveda William, Rt, L O. There are three questions we man can be where God la not, land la revived; U buds and -.(81r William Blackstone)

to i: ao Floridians can 1 ,4.1 Nets Platt, Miami usually ask concerning: a pennon He Is also near, very near He la bloMoms: and In due season fruit

. their hatches. Mrs. Annie Kennel Ollmore Claude E. Jones Rt.. L, O. with whom we are not so well **at hand", declares the Apostle will appear. When Ood enters

In hurricanes are mother of Benjamin Oilmore of I C M. Stephens Rt. L. O. acquainted: What is hit name? Paul As the eagle Is encompassed<<

\ an Seas the Live Oak. died Saturday In Savannah. ,I Houston Cundlff. Rt.. L. O. Where does he dwell; And what by the Divine Presence.' Acts

and the tropicalthen Oa.. after a short Illness. Mra. Rosa C Burn L. 0 11 his work or occupation In the 17.28: (JI He dwells "In the high

About 60 : She was a member: of the Sisterhood Mra. Oulda D. Fletcher Bran- language of the prophet Isaiah and holy place", declares the BEFORE YOU BUY.. WHY NOT TRY

tier 1Can form during the of B. B. Jacob the Way- I fordC which we quote, we have replies great prophet This ls heaven the

cross Hebrew Congregation. Way- L. Johns RI, L. OO &o these Inquiries If made concerning habitation of His throne, the seat'I MORRELL SALVAGEPlywood

-J necessary totroPical cross Sisterhood of the p Swalls. Brten the Supreme Being, of Ills authority The Meter

storm are elth- Women's Aid Society H.bff.j Mra. W. J. Walker, U O What U Isle name? His names taught the duel pies to pray, "Our

1;.&. _j heat of the sun or Mtzrachl Society. O. B. O'Steen. Mayo Holy, III. name dricrlbea His Father Who art in heaven" Paneling Mirror a-.Several) Sites

re area known as an Three other sons survive Mrs C B. MoU WellbornR. character The high and lofty One ..41 He also dwells In "a contrite Molding
Bath Tuba
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.. 1e.S ey OUraore of Jeaup. Oa, T Moore Rt. L. O. ta Infinitely above the highest of and humble spirit" A contrite

i(former the sun's heat Ollmore of Black shear. Os Bam-I Mrs. Walter A. Jonnmn. Mt. beings, human or angelic' In the heart means a broken heart: U Aluminum Siding Sinks

Ii Converted Into routing Albert Ollmore of Athens Berry Oa hearts and lives of the best of crushed, a heart ground to pow. Doors Lavatories

rang in. counterUon four daughters Mrs. Ethel Mil- J. E. Sheppard Rt., L. O. people, there 1s some evil; but er Ood (Is so great as to Inhabit

: At the center thus of Savannah aa* Mrs Lib- j Jimmy Orren. Rt.. L. O. not so with Ood. Evil In no forman eternity and to fill Immensity, yet Formica Upholstery Material

i whirling' dertvlsh la thejM I bye Feldman of Sharon. Mass. R. T Miller, Rt., U O. be found In Him Around the M condenncendmg as to dwell in Bath Tile Cabinet hardwareAND

.rea of calm five to 25' Mrs. Esther Jacobson of Way- Mary E. WooV-y, Rt.. L. O. I heavenly throne the seraphim a penitent soul like the soul of

tit
easterly wave can I dermas of Statesboro. Oa.: and ] The Langdale Co. Valdota I. hosts: the whole earth Is full his father'a house Luke 151: or 1


N Into a storm If conditions U grandchildren and one great W A. Mllilgan. Talaha of His .10.."." the soul of the humble publican
WAYNE MORRELL
'and will build up wind grandchild. I! Anita Ramsey Miami Where does He dwell (411) II* who "smote his breast saying,

Ih It tntenaiflea. Funeral service were held Mrs. J. H Gamble Rt. L. O. "Inhabits eternity". He 1s; He Ood. be thou merciful to me a
I Four Mllea .
I Wed .... Oily On rinenraanl Read
I tempest otflclaHy Monday morning In Savannaa at Oeorge EdlnfleM. Jasper was; He U to. come.. He U the sinner" (Luke I'll); or the soul of TELEPHONE 782-3910

ant status when Its the Bonaventure Cemetery. 1 Roy L. Sullivan I* OTto Alpha and the Omega Before the !Simon' Peter who went out Into

.... wind speed la 75 mUM ---- -. --

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1 b> been observed ',.5N1651.m .555 M -.4 H ft any M* mNlm .r551 IHnmnmmmi to* ItmtmnUtmi UMr ..... ,

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=. Ttoto souses sorer JlIUICJILVnC IfO. for re w fe ..... Y Q5.smp1511-1 51 .11 1M 5.554I
2 JI Inches of ml Mt MMSUM i OMIVMVIgi JOINT MMOLVTtON HO,
aMnury
toured nearly 2 r.......*. e* tortorkt ..*...* g15 ... TIM _... NI NN5..I SUM PSN U B. sal ham FMMIM rite. I r=. Tto Inline ml rM >r.|..s.
a day and night on Tanya A-= PXISMArfOSI p5.5.M : IN.N M .5N 5545 .. mewSem5W15.55N5thm.. ...widt CW ...i ..H kM iMBptoUto* I IS mtimli M4 to MMilrw A 10INT UtauLWlON\ kMfMilneM
located IIrrac'1'AL LIfllnMNwN.mSc" / N NMr s r to AKIN. MM M 4 Mushy MtoAito tol Ito 1. to SMIMI II W Ar.tol .
community o8a
n. a 5 : .. V .* UM auto CMMUM4 N ... M5 pM.mss II)') par raw a. u a. .* .iMMi *4Mi k.4 M wINS IM ..... *r* to to *nitrwtMl ..j-Ito SUM CMclltitMM
........ ...
"' a Oulf Coast film ame Nr 555 awM M ki ml MMll .. M Ito 4wralMi.
M UM An TM4r kftorUM 551 to I 5.51 ml Crsdv5.wi toUU mmMMimMly to M* M* UM Ik* rum "HMtor
wry W UM > Mt ttoll Ota. Hurt M Mk IWM *r HUM M .. UM bp.r1-51. ...... ml* toy
S N155.5a
coastal Inland from YanMrn -| am M4r to N.r.m55f. swss S 55151.5" l*.NlllMl N.s.15 5.a..,
.. ..
wtorh 4-M .. NvMrnto L ISM for M IM Ink W KM seW..l ** rlMMfMMy N. MeN .45555.15., Ml n u. a' w itmm /... an to De- .. rl M ml Vr So* MM tmmttl Mk>r 5N.555 ,
..... .. .. ..... ..... .
to Tampa war flooded .1 OMjuirM. .'..r April IS. -. = = 4
Ik* riUAMlttM *r ........ mt to* Nemd. d.rmrw1 WI r .... rS.5N..pNMi. 5-m5lypa. HVM4MM .
.
fhM I-.rr 1 ...
mrr.a115.m l.-q a U .. an to 0ItII1eI Ma rtM ml vf *M pals
Mreral weeks. This was the8st mss Smr = a u. MI IMM ) lrM| rto4 OM UM
m.5_at .1..um.IwYmpm :- i4 ky Ik* LBtoUtorM iw.Io.4N.15M5pw.rrM5545isrN55 M5. wM 51 T....."'"-- 1mN..Ar IUM4 ISIS MMMlMf '.S to4y W p MM .:= .: ... 5r
24-hour rainfall a des 511) LISr r 55A MM*, Ito.. ml UMMito
on 51 W mass m rb4SsITbr wns.b. iioe.--w l
UM SUM ml n-TM* TtolMinn r IM M irdtor M vckwl' k lrllton
......... rNeer N5WNN.. w to Mil mt 55151 .! war shall to
W Na.NI ( .. .
..* ever known In the .alAT1& IODIT NO.atacvT N 1ft 1 51 ANe" 5 51 W SIN.rm. 555 d4. --.- r p.IS. :'NJL N ham w_ ...... w ,.......,... /5555 1M p..1.5l rW 41.55 kr *r .511.4 551 menu ..MKw .5
mmmt -
..... .....
States. N 5dr1 fir 511555 5dvmuN.e.M Y LNA .. r5arlr 5.545 55.4 heea1r. WN.sre UMl .
aN r .55N. M l iM4 for 4MMI
= .....
MMM mt .a4 Nods 151.5.5.
*r **rim
aNaUWTION ......... MnNMI 51 5a Se-ee S.01vN ": I.o .555.4 NNNNe Mitor .
bawds the storms. bring A 101ST *to* ktoll to MM M MM Ito IA\ M a 55. ml ir.nkvung
N5.r.Um (1) N w buss 51 m.ms NI5m wN AM1I IM, **4 NS.Sdaeg
their forte hits the ma.1nNth r aw5a545..M N to* 5.110155 UMTMl. pr. M T.VI.NiremMaass1.IS1. IS. U. fMMte .r* to .. MMI for Ito MfMMJ is kTMMrir, .5.e 1N.5w
d.W-INs Yr
.5/ art r omen a 51 Aewr e w1 rm15.1s r TIM 4 .MtoTM*. MM MM Nods. is.5511NMm a. Ua. n Iram UMTC to* N ..lfinlun ml mm ml M4 wr. 1: IrMI* kM) Mi.*r* ml
>re tides from three 51 W fN/ds Cm..sNe.S 51 .4.rpmp"fsY e. N.5y..5.55.5.51.wNcaw Nan M *.>,.. MJ...1 *yV.5.glh.rwWlirNlads w 554s54 p.1 5551 ( M 5NS.555.orm -r.: : M r:1

feet above normaL In some :: =-' 1mN 554 INS .... sN.54---I ISNmal.d N NN 1..5551 N W WI shall M NUshw..and .I..r:
w.rselm r S1 for O toMM ... ; ..
NW ...... 55N .... 55m / "- 1M ___ 51 tile 5.45 55.Ts. ) toll
Udea may rise even' higher Nr.5 IM .toto, to* kMMr N IN .IN.NS 51 tI51.Im -. Sus4 M --.... N 1M a. U a IS tnmt OMTSU Ito* to NP'is 55.1 555.5.., Swls Np.

lood krw-rjrlng Inland .,.... ml ISd/Se to MOM to-..51* YInt. PNINS55) .NSw..5 N- 5.rM51M 5.14 -M...smm's m55. M ............ 5? W lilt, 5.1dme 51 .... Nods 5th wssgaas =1gW115. r I5.
w w S.mpS. 1Nw -... U .. from OM 0a MM toIS. 51.55 r ': i
'ema IK .d MN NyerN5M51N0 .. .. 55554 .. ........ war 051NN W 155,55.54
ellmatologUt reminds us 5.t ,. .4 : ; S. f"r usaN15 I mN ,::: TIle .5m 1t 5th ).5.55151 WNW. p'I 5 '1. N/ -...g ....-- Os. r 055.557 55I5..Nr.
urrlcanea can cover a large C-iMMMMi Mirie.< tor e 5" 5 C.5.S51 5.5M r5M .., "..11 .... 511N ..I.., ., L f"Nm O.5mMfe Y 5.. NM .......- *r IM* W **r 51 5n y :-= :J. Ito clMtor ml
..
N-p545. MT UM Mirmwrt 165 4.1,54. rr.5 .... ) Ur .. "
Roughly circular In shape, .5..5.1 .mom S.i.a5lwle. *f / Tw 5th. 51 1t. wm wI .tto.to.l M4 a iMM4 r MM 545 U t If .... Yl... Y sari .4 M pe..mds*It 4 ..5I4IN.1 so 5th 155505 .. _....... r
danger- WNLIIAS. :: M --- w ememe 1N515dmS. r rl B.i4 i ham mmm I.. AVMWIto 1MnNY MM 55-.5501 w5514N5 55 51MS .'- 1a1s x155IS. '
generate
may .
..... 51 rtorM to* JmniMil M4 for PJm ItoMfc .L.nIfllrTn Ml ....-. w.Nm5.5.. M*.ll Air SUMMl MX ... Illtmmmmi .wSJ sl ::.= 51 1.1.115 51
.5
alls 260 mile from the ---. ...--. -- SM5.ws.5sm Sum .* *fMA. *U *r ** Mrl l MMto trmm .....! Air auitoa to emS -i m Mr n MMX 5555.51 51 .
r..ImM5 01- .... ,.... .. .s5r5al =k f w Nw ... to kym.. lmmtito4 irr* -.615 -
51 ....
.y m .
4.eN1Me to < UM MM a saws to
Winds In taw squall* M Nat __ r w kMM MMMIIM to Ito Mtor
.-. $OW. T11t1SPV&La {. 51111 51 .... -... ......... ... .. SLUM. M ham SfMamflto to kmto =m-t to *555mMp .MMTto < W UM auto W riMM. *l MM ..>*-
very destructive. It .S4 y w .p15Nr551wetJNriIN51. N. w Y iIs NI.re 0 a I Snvik ml TMMVUMI
.5/.Tmmt oL a_ TMaiift.ft
has two types of ., e 4 ( .. rna NM 5.555555 is 555.515.5W 1 14 a .. to* fm Cmmmm IWM M> MMmlSd.::...::..sppb.wr N fuw5.5.5W MOW.

One la the rapid rotation 7N.w 1a54-P-P.1 aLIIA" Jot.rg Nay W 1uoWTxw ..mw5.W.51emS554._ r / 'ia.mulNS.rN.11 1pMMN15 mito* M nlnMMi. tor4 ....U M* MM la.5ae to II IUMt,*4 ... Ik. I Imt L.er5/5e

the center where strong :wd,515.5r51AwrJ51w 51 r5.1d. U .Ir aNw ..A.JOUR =s: -= wwm..5L 14 i.. to Mum 6>*rmtoe 'I; ::.r--=..k:for M UM rwM fon to.*.5 M:,. Ik.*l SIM N15 foUMM M rMTk *>...m..4-5I., 5.
-----o-$ N AnN)5lpxm4w
da blow. The other la the 5555NNmN4 Nwrye. .. 55 155..1 Sd 51 55.1.N.b 55555rw 5.Y.1 Yj; m'hem TWKM to N...kMtis ..p5tm55N,054 to Ito I.M.iHn ..., .SMUM' II ml ArU.1. U ml Ik*
M N. ..... M s.ee.mlAimN :. = .1,15 (_11.- r .1,5.4 N wNall
motion ot the entire" -SINS r 515mNm Is lrI 54I* 554 NW v s, 441 M4 a a, a* inmMUI
Iii >r Ita pmrmmmt ml MM .rkv
51 .p5IS5I mlyd | N ms..NN4 5 w 05.5555
5 .
.. / 555 to WM Ftlm iM. 15u111NwILNNNIW
hkh ranges from about .N.em M MiiXiS to emus aXrat rArse S'4 .51 55 .mwass. M 1. SdwwWI.5.w 5554* sepal ml **4 MtorMl 5NC toMfo 51 w sIw .... ........ m ,.,...

U mike an hour. 'The MM rtofkw Oars .e51A1N, .A.51 ........, ..pp5..y M* to 5y..wr151 mmmfmtmmt JHTMOMMmtoMi a.. Ul I ham 5. .....- ww5aM65N5prod. M mmmttmmt.Ill m1N15.5.e. .. *w 50.5 .! m. | tfUm4. rlM'Mi M
M w ..rw.sN w M .. a55Q Dab aar55m. rr'.1; k* a..Mnn I W AflMM
ton ef the t*. win MMM t. BtotrM CtorWMt .. ,-Y-Na 51 ......, ..... NN w Mss tM545 ... m5a5.IM shaaa. .., c51b5.5 ......... f MM 15511. 1.55 re NNN. ; Mrr >. PWldCImWr.w.W5
produce tAe at/oogeat .MI III --..... Unirtito, TM 1me M MM. Npea-y.- w N 1.e. h W Iwo 5m/. N Sus ..... .A mwto pus 5d e se N 10.piwSp 5M115. 5.5. m IS. 55,51 '1.5)
to 410.4 MM SM It .: :: SstSmSW4 w I kmr5. Tumd., 51w w 5M 11.5, No4.I
Slam.5.5
Mr *MIS %I WMM SIINr -a MrrNp 5.MIN-SY r r its 51 ---. 544 M UI
the atonal forward ...... 51 Sm..pMN 51 5W N.545: is .MrWMtM ml mm.ll r UM5.S. 5555N
MM..N '
M Me p/.dIS4 -55m ......f .p..N,55 pNSNS -I.a..r. ?
N. ..... .: .t:4' = I'NU11No. _n4 N M 4.p..5N4N 855-1 =
N I1 5.5a51No.w. .
luadrant. The weakest .... .. -1 iM155N5w \.m451wmw..M 515W a.: w..5N w55.aS sm5 ........ 1545 r w sisal
W5NIS 51 M Mt itoi i kf MMr *4 SS rvimntii SSNLVPD
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:
ire MuaOy found directly N.5 m5 w drew dm.a.p551 >.4M4 kllliiM mttnmn tm *Mkrurto *M* rl'd---: 1 p ( A/w ..... MMI ... immnmt 1511 "4 ,54 ..NS.IS .
this aone. ._ em, 51 SAKI N ... 554 N. 55555 ..... N. 5515. I. 55M5. 51 wN.s.l ..LN54 NSs1 WWp M .k .lMl* .MtM .for MM psepdrd. Y .* ....... .. .Mk ...... ml _
W
tO.GANTZAH01h ....- W 1a"15em1 1 aP55W'SN --.... ..... .-... foH to k.m55r r MMMII kVTMM U .1 UoMtotor CM* 4nnr- rid rM555r
ann Initially move on a / pl :1' i md .5N-1 r'p 554 P NN4p..5 II. K' *fl. Coq. SN.5A+ r.S5o.1Ws.p .->..*. tlnnhMg M Mrlf ...
northwest puree fJUn AND aai&cnuJ; .or 55 r Lsgld..s 5.5.5,14 MNI IM I-,. 51 a-- all N5r .. .- ...MM) ....* kf .s./mW. W Ik* SUM
M AMI
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place In the tropical ,..... N S.N .IWS o nee Arm tm '"4MMCn rMuyj* ,Soy 4w r w bob r. pm5a N Q. A55 .m. 55.55 amw caw MXMM** p55.W.dr M ) rrNN71 ........l to !...... 14 .t AMM
4 k -
h of the equator. In this I p. Sd w 51INNS N.5454 y SAY.N. ell .reM 51 ...APw u a N hw S L m. .... ('_ "; 55 4 -to kiM toMM I I. r w CSw.NS,
,5d..es :::a.:1 ..55M5415 Mto... to to 1 5..m.. MN554 ._ 5155,4r555.55WKSal =. ="" e w* 5wM* SBCTHM IS. to MT MktolM. Mk.I .
the world their direction. f1.rYI .. ::= a, -: =r 51 .NN I.M 15515 IIS* SPIN 55 MM.., 51 Pe55.5s .5514 w 51.555.54eq.5.551 -.-.. N m* *Uto ".MWi N to kwi '--'if to. -..._
North Amrd L Pre- Ise NN r..1.55.r 51 my MNN5md1.S N s54 .. 5. seN4NwN.NM51rIw :p.mN. 4w 51 s.A N.45 d5INNM 5.54 N ,5d Wm l L4. 57r ........* M M-.n atoll M Mk.kM .
M* MM MM*-SQL Mppd5. 51 mWMUM ,NNN55 N w 5.1n.wuN = ::. 5r..rNW M4s z.. .bW to Mif M* ill --0
they veer northraktwardirvalure .* 1 r 5.5r M 5.55M.Iwo r e .5NW r 5555 r-.,. ........ w ISSN .5t.req.. .e-M.. to* to>k ka to IWsS to*
la delayed or deft MTrJtoa I *iilir M>r* ems *M1III rm N M I.M 54.5 e..5m.r :=: iq Is. = ::.p5iNV .Ir )- w .rawm w.w..rS < -an a* *i. rwn4.5 ... .... Mr w ml m -)mtf mt to* .. I w .any* ivnw I kr4 pIm to MMrM 55555 51.5A .= 51 .: ... N;;, 551 55. t- :: w 5555.5<< .. Nq 5b0 NN
high preaMsre area, parr Nd N 5m.mNp N S G-sNSNS 51 ..... r S..Np I. M ......- w 55455.a -55.has 5,55 N&NM 5115555 r *o*-4 kTto.. p5tm.o1PS 5sS .:= W N5N4 b ms
may reD Inland J10e mmn N.a by N L ... nee Nam N5NS III. 51N. N -.. 55.5545 S r flmittt !M4 kMM m, M.M, 5wYwN.15.NSL krk
=: : : : "JT..CTM :
:: :
= 5.5 === fmmt to 5N 51 :: NIW.W .1 4 -. S5. Mm.bd : .q fIe_ ...... .... 5 NS55MW 1.e, "i4., *.4 tmmtt m* to *
U. & Eastern SeaboardDretatoc J. sid Ys 4M- 4..5m. w wremrpy :55555 ...... 1 W w M'. ...... -: .._'tisN.54 .. .. .V *4 **MMM <.. ..a:*
NW wsmm 11.M r NN/ ....... wN1.p- NN.r.1iwl .p.NW .5p5N 51h N545! J":to* S .. M to .** ,.-.re. M MVM 5- 115455155 N pmI
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N _.5wAM 5 -.. r wemm.N N. N I' ... IsmrS 51 N. 155..55a.N N.m WM M tm U l' lSt. paw .55 N..4 555 pwM5f.
) 5..N 51 .., -.... 11 TVM toMMM Immmmrt L I 5 .5pmu1. 5115551154.paw. N N AMa... t' W. i. N rv ;
OINK:: = =- p..ds1. I,.Nat W M .55s.- ..ms ...... I. .-m-........ 5rr55 5055 NI 151.555515 II N 11.5S.55NN) M .5.nd5.aN5 M7 -N4 1 451 N W.SmI M..51N. MS.Ne ....-5.5..e5 55Nm'NW N15Nd.. ram Sbss5 r -
Werfcshop .5m.S.wm5.4mem111..1NermM.w9 :::IS v..N55 C..r. 1
I 1'I 51 w 0.5554 Mars rA55N. -. N5r5 55551.. lmw 55.45s5
.. --' ''' .. "Si I" fna* pr.' r 5555)- 5.55545. SNcM.55 w MN.ISMSNU r W ..- m..w5
q5 1.N55maN4
Met Prtoeffla 55M5 N5N
with torn* MM earl '* f -* N. fc. MM Ittt ff I 1 I ". m. .. to JMMki 1 IM ..
rNa = : := jkbto .4.4 Y N Imes let". trnb NMgSW 0151.
)Irahh Nsr55. : *MM* .. k wNW. N.-I is 5.15/5.5 a5 N t.5.555,55.45.Nw I. as.. t ss.7. ....... W -.-.. 5S5m UM kMV W N1pN5.5W
ray .... Sam 15. Nsw I 5555. w .555 5..$5555o15. S5W ...
the dreasliic pads cIIOn& .. J-.m'im'es = TIle toM4 eaaS Ia. MMMM 5W55,5 tmf 5MrerSM
N p1.Lm m.1 M *M for IMto C55my, / 51 Sp.NNN.y. 1M.M m.IS ...e515 r5. w ... 54 roo NW55 kM r padWp.Mm/
IOfWf atyogmim 5.55 N w 5.55 I" .... r4 5th. iC= H M.ir n. I -/5.bu..554 5NN..55M. Nd f5.-- 555.5515 to MM foil" 1..55. p.e..5" *.- y m ........
ItO 1. army IssN Nat N4 N..S .... he 555N. 51 w ...... --I .... .....--... 5N5N Y
JOINT SI.olI7T1ON ses e I515..5W P15d... mss 5th SNr5 5eW 5l.s.. Nw 51 ..
A' .n.J.:7 I W Y N/15NN .5.m 5. N .454 *. W MM MUM MMM 5
555.551. Nat N mN.15a N w55. ..N.55 51N. N'' I
USE .N5 ; 5555 .
r15 .seal./ M ..
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N. N5Nr5rS N ....... w M am MM MUM mi. *r ear a.55 W .... 11a... >r MjtortoM M for
.. lass ::..: 5sS.wrN.i.-.me 5555ye .. ..... .. prbsW ... -. 1" I
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[rand p5..IN4.. w mud a.5is 511r 55 N rid r ... 51 p15555555 S __ c-w. A..mus 0554 .. Ito MktoT *TMMM! "*-**" 51
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PACE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER, 9. 19

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Colors Are Brilliant -Here And ThereMr. No.1 I Ward Honored premature.The erence to.the 1968 tax roll wa are y.Certificate u., followi., Uaaaneai) 11.Itll. .'*"

the horse and buggy days. Deecrtptloa of Property I A oft idd.

Harmless Dragonfly Is Neither In the space age Into which we eludes a budget sum to for pay next the year costs In of- .Section. of CEaA.tNCtetIw11: S, Towmihlp: I 8o.U.fUaie ,

and Mrs. Cary H. Ratlif are entering and the era in which 14 EM"
a revaluation of county property.No. N.... la which .......1 Unkaowa.
In school today
returned Wednesday night by our youngsters AU ut old propertr .helm In t'.
Fly Or Dragon But InterestingWashington plane from LodI, N. J., where must live even the advanced e....., of 1.._..... State of riorfcta.
... ,
3quarters" V. each eertlfkate or certificate
methods of just a few years age .
they were the guests of Mr. RatlItt' ....11 .ko redeemed eccordlnr' to law the
Dragonflies ornament thousands of brother-in-law and sister are not sufficient. Just as meth- In an old grain elevator property .....,Ibed la inch ....tliea.. or

lakes and streams in summer, but the glistening creaturesare Mr. and Mrs. Ace Simonton. ods and facilities had to 1 ba Improved behind the Atlantic Coast LineDepot tertlfleate.bidder s the will suet.kt old kn. .to. door tko .1.on.the..'

victims of gross misnomers and myths. They are not : While there they visited points ot to move from horse and on Fourth Street where tint Monday In Month of October. 1141.wkfek .
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la 4tk day of Oeta. 1141.Doted
flies, much less dragons.As Interest in New Jersey and New buggy schools to gasoline engine they had been spending the night. thla Ttk d., of .............. l*.l.LAVAUUHM .
harmless as it is handsome this agile insect is York City. schools, so must we today provide Friday night they broke into A. SESSIONS
I facilities that will permit a Mcintosh Sunoco Station cot Clerk of Clrtllt Court ofBawaane
such
saddled with popular names Coantr, Florida
needle, sewing smooth transition into the Iptl.ceand keys to the vending machines and 17-1t
as devil's darning
The New Look electronics age took about two more dollars and
needle bee butcher, mosquito NOTICE!: OP APPLICATIONFOR
This requires modem buildings more son drinks.McCallister TAX DEED
hawk horse stingier, snake feed- i YS 1 a built especially to care for modern said that the Juveniles See. IMIS, ,...

er and snake doctor. sew up t 111 1 ua day needs, both from an equip I were turned over to Colum- I,NOTICE Mos. :. holder.. yatQJ.65. &olkw 55.1"
Legends say dragonflies merit as well as an Instructional In. eeVttffeatea kai filed Mid eertU'iira'teo
the mouths of children who tell bia County authorities. for s tea deed to ko. tuned ........ Tko
., standpoint. J ertlfkat..emb.n. and ..
yea of k
lies and stitch together the toes ; ANNt w Viewed in its proper light, how ...., tko .....,Iptiono of yean tko. property-
of barefoot, sleeping fishermen No. 4 and tko. ..... la whirl. rt w.. .........
'. else can we expect our youngstersto aro aa followCrtltka.
especially those who are prone to It1v compete favorably with those recommendation of the Suwannee )I.. IT.

fib. The Insects are reputed both of communities in which modern River Authority, I am requestingthat De Year.rripth of leeaantel. of Property Itll. Lot It,
sting
to feed hungry snakes and schools are provided. both the Senate and the ....,1.. Hill.. _.10. ti. Tow*.
them to death. kip S So th.. ..... l( Est
neither House Interior and Insular Af- Mama I. wktek. ......... T.I....*
Actually dragonflies Some months ago, a group of Mattox Ward local businessman fairs Committees, as well as the ... ..... Neleaa.
sting nor feed any I was named Jajrcee-of-the- All of Mid property Mint. In tko
sew nor I local merchants prevailed on the Secretary of the Interior Mr. County of I........ ... of ..lor......
animal. City Council to do away with( Month for August by the Live Stewart L. Udall withdraw the Unleea sea. eertlfteale or .. Irate*
The dragonfly belongs to the Oak Junior Chamber of Com hall .be redeemed according .. law ....
parking meters saying it would Suwannee River from further
property .....'1_ la tack. .certif....
great Insects order Odonata help their business and provide merce. Ward Is manager ofWard's consideration in this bill." .....,...... will ... Mid' to the .......or..
whose 5.000 species are scatteredthe Enterprise, Inc. bidder ., the wart home door the
badly needed Fuqua emphasized that he rccognlzes o.
there Is parking. 'I.., Monday In Montk ., 0.......,. "".
world over wherever One only has to drive in down Democrat( Staff Photo) the great resource that whtrk. I* tko 4tk day of Oeta..... I....
fresh water.. the.-. National Geographic w( r ,uiwii__._ Live Oak today ,tu_ arc' n.tur. the Suwannee River is to his area Dated thus LAVAUGHM Ttk day .., .A.....SESSIONS......... 1565.

Society says. Fallacy of this argument In one method and manner of taxing and he pledged his continued efforts Clerk. of Clrevlt Court .,
of the
The Iridescent brilliance for block here last week 11 cars belonging property in their decisions There to work with the Suwanrwe n-n Sawaaae* County Florida

Insects has attracted men to employees of one business is no need for this Court to restate River Authority and the peoplein
Mexican

centuries. Prehistoric New were counted parked In the such methods. Presumably. I any program which will lead to NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED

pottery and ancient Oriental same block. The autos remained the Tax Assessor, elected by the its advancement and develop- .... 1N1$ ,...
depict dragonflies, NOTICE: IS HERESY GIVEN that
paintings red bodies there all day. people of said County, will do his ment. Ira Moore, the. ......., ef the. follow' ,
Some have bright Who benefits when those who duty when the time for aaseument I I.. ....."..t.. haa filed aaM .....IIIN...
with a splash of carmine, or for a ta> deed to .ho lieaed ........ The'
black the work in stores and businesses on of property has arrived No. 5 .....,...... ........ ... yeara ft )....
blotches of gold and on Howard Street and Ohio Avenueuse without order of Court. Thereis ...... the .....'Ipt.... ., the property,
wings. On others, the thorax Is the parking No one any now underway and include further ... the. Benin In whlrh. H ... ..-...
space. ..
in the Complaintthat
graas-green and the abdomen ___.____._ u.u_ _' ______ questions their right to so park no the allegation Tax Assessor has said reorganization of the plant to are 4.11..6C.rtltkat.. No. IT.
bright blue with dark markings. and I find fault such place equipment so u to gain Year of iMoancei IMS.Description .
with
This view of the front entrance of the remodeled Democrat no that he will not obey the laws of of Provertyi Lei T
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One species has a black body Building on Conner Street shows the new neon sign at the north- practice In fact it has helped Florida regarding the assessment maximum efficiency and Installation Beverly" Rill.. Serum tt. T..... '
striped with yellow; Its wings are the Suwannee Democrat Immensely -, of tables and files to provide .hi* 1 blab ..... II Ea... .'
touched with BOld. I west corner. (Democrat Staff Photo I of property.To better service for both the Name In which aHoaeedl Myle.. \
for those who used to ,
continue this suit would aad Lille I Colo. i
ThendraiOnny'. cellophane- newspaper and the Job printing All of Mid. nroperte Win. In the
park in front and along side
both their larval and adult stages our
feet. and .
great _...
I only cause expense Connty of 1. at.t..1 Florida.lI. .
thin transparent wings are Two pairs of wings which may Hungry dragonfly larvae or building all day now find spaces confusion. Therefore, said causeis departments operated in conJunc- ..... ...b _..... of. oertlflcalea
braced with a network of veins.A anda available on Howard and Ohio tion with the Democrat. ....11 .he redeemed ......... to tew the
beat.20 or 30 times a second hereby dismissed. ..... ..
behave formidably in property oooerthed la eenlflcaM
Central nymphs as o
large species found in matchstick-thin streamlined' thereby permitting Democrat employees Florida's Supreme Court earlier Improvements to the newspaper ...."...t.. will ho. eeld t. the' ..Ie......
and South America (Megaloprepus water as the adults do in air. parking. will be further studied the pub- beds at the. ...rt ...... door oej the
body make the dragonfly a superb easy this year affirmed the require- '1..' Monday In Mentk of Oe.1.61..
wingspread Usher said, to for the growth
has
coerlatus) a Nympha have a large hinged care
filer. In agility It Is matchedonly which. la the. 4th day of 0._. ..$.
of seven Inches. But It Is a mid- Flash- lower lip which shoots out at ment that property be placed on and development predicted here. Doted thl. fth. ..., ., ............. .....
by the hummingbird. It seems to me the Council tax rolls u 100 per cent value. AVAUGHM A. SK8SION:
get compared with a 250.000,000- speed to grab tadpolesand
ing up and down then zigzagging lightning might well restudy this plan that Following the decision Comp- Clerk. of Clreall Cwt 4
year-old fossil dragonfly whose other S._._ .
prey.A No.6 G..ty rlslds
a dragonfly darts throughthe did not work especially in view troller Ray Green began drafting Il-se
wings measured more than two air at breathtaking speed. It dragonfly nymph sheds its of the fact it stopped the only rules and criteria for assessors to the Florida counties including

hovers motionless Its wings a skin a dozen or more times as it specified source of city money for follow in complying with the law. Suwannee County.

DO YOU HAVE AN rustling blur then dashes out of matures. It may spend from one off-street parking County Attorney Alfred T. Last year during "Farm Bureau

Alcohol Problem? sight In the wink of an eye. Some to three years in the water. When Now that the Courthouse hat Airth In commenting on the order Week" 1500 new members were If you were born In

species can fly 60 miles an hour. fully grown it crawls out and reopened the need for parking to dismiss the suit said 80 signed. September of odd-

We now have in Live Oakan Others migrate hundreds of miles. clings to a twig, reed, or branchto In the center of the city becomes per cent of the counties In this: an

AA Group ready to For all Its beauty the dragonfly make its debut. more and more atfute.! state had used the same yardstick numbered year renew

help you is a fierce predator. Enormouseyes The nymph splits its skin and I think removal of parking for 1945 assessments as Public Notices drivers license
cover most of its head which pulls free Its soft damp body. Its meters leaves much to be desired/ I used In prior years. Plans to implement your

WRITEP. rotates freely enabling the Insect rapidly beating heart pumps In solving the problem of parking new criteria for 1988 NOncE OF APPLICATION this month.

O. Box: 591 to look In all directions for blood into gradually stiffening needs of Live Oak. valuations were underway when POM TAX DUO:
rNo .... t....., r.I.
The dragonfly forms Its abdomen and wings. In matter the suit filed.
LIVE OAK prey. a was NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN tkalII
front legs into a basket to scoop of hours usually the body dries Alrth contended and Judge A. _.c-a.. .... ........ ., the. .u-.. Reece Brown
OR CONTACT YOUR tat .....,...is has filed. iM wetness \
up victims snared on the wing and the nymph la a mature dragonfly 2 Rowe agreed that time was not for s ten eee4 to ae. ....... there**. Taaeertlflrata '
Physician or Minister Dragonflies eat hue numbers a thing of shimmering Court of Florida and other Judges sufficient to complete the Job in ........ sad yin ., !.... COUNTY JUDGE *Ji M
.... taa Jeaeilpthia ef ta.. aroaerle.M4 .
of mosquitoes, gnats and files in beauty on a sunny summer day ot this State have prescribed the 1985 and that any order with ref <... aaMe I. ..ktok H war .._.H






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Branford P-TA Meets, Hears SUWANNEEDEM0CRATof !


Report On Bond Issue

The Branford Parent-Teacher named the following committee
Association met Thursday night chairmen to serve this year: Mrs. ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 196S VOL 81, NO. 18Branoral
In the school cafeteria for thefirst Raymond Humphries program ,---
regular meeting of the new chairman; Mrs. Bin Thompson, I
school year. Mr*. W. R. Hill presided home room representative: Mrs.1 Buccaneer Fttotball Team i
and extended a warm wel- Phillip Hall lunchroom; ).fr. and WASHINGTON
come to all present, about eighty Mn. L. C Davis, landscape: W.
members. & Ware, safety and civil defense: y REPORTBy IJ
After the business meeting was Mn. R. O. Griffith membership;; I
completed A, Jack Phillips, vice Mn. Reynold Mclnnls, hospitality
president of the P-TA and mem- : Mrs. Lewis Ounter characterand i SftSSARD L. HOLLAND
ber of the School Advisory Committee spiritual education; Mrs. Ed Pelted States Senator II
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spoke to the group ton- Bubar, school education; Mrs.
cerning the bond Issue and I Leon Hatch publicity: Graham C j Junior College Site Gift Approved Fund Remain In Foreign Aid
brought the group up to date on Owen budget and finance; Mn.I Despite determined op. Measure During the mark-up
what the school committee had Eugene McCall. health and audiovisual ,,, : wp' ''position by Senator Mane (Oregon of the foreign aid funding bill by
done during the summer month I ; Mr*. Oscar Munch. sick r ), the Senate recently passed the Appropriations Committee
A movie entitled The Riddle room; Mrs w. M. Howell. his ; legislation Introduced by Con- last Friday I... successful in "
Of The Friendly Stranger" was torian: and Mrs. I. P. Phllpot Jr I I I greuman Bob Bikes and me uth. ( holding In the measure a stills.-
shown concerning child molestation. I parliamentarian.At orl lng the Air Force to convey. 000 item contained In the budget
the close of the meeting refreshment ,a1 + without cost 203 A acres at Nice for assistance to the Dade County
During, the meeting Mrs IfUBrunord were served' by Mn. 'vine to the Okaloosa County I. public schools This was the sum
Leon Hatch. Mrs. Olen Murray, ;.wf ; Board of Public Instruction aa the agreed upon by the Departmentof
Mrs. Jim Blggert, Mr* R O r I'I permanent site of the OkslooM-' health Education, and Welfare
Football ToBegin Griffith, and ,:ra. W., R. Hill Walton Junior College The Senate and officials' of the Dade
Next Weekr .# action was taken on the Bikes ,: County School Board M a fair
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4 i :4 bill Inasmuch as It had already' federal share of the cost of educating
Hirtlnlay Party Held I passed the House. When the bll1// the Cuban refugee children
is signed into law the Junior college who have lived In the area
For Mr! Alary Shaw will be constructed and I since Castro's take-over of CUba.I .

Mrs. Mary Shaw of Branford .re .-. e sal. Ir, I rated with combined state am confident that the Senatewill
celebrated her elghty-thlrd birth local fund. The Air Force opt-I approve the appropriation.
day Sunday with ft family dinner longer has need of the site .. Farm BUI Amendment Deals
at the home of Mr, and Mrs lies at the corner of Eglln Air l|I With Rfwpnnsiblllty In Labor
I W. R. Hill In Branford. I Force Bate, but Is closely avail ,I Field The omnibus farm bill
abeam akv aeeb INS Branferd Beeeaneer and their I team William Revels, seated
Present for the occasion were manager able to the military and clvlllsnpersonnel recently reported by the Senate
I..... and Mrs. G. K. Hick and !. front. Front rew. left .. right are Glenn Merrsy, Roger KUaatrkk. Danny Jehnson, Jerry Rearbereegh st the nile from whicha Agriculture Committee\ of which
Mr, and Mra. Gerald Hick and Johnny Ft-o-n. lull Terry and AMa Allen Beeond raw left te righti Dvlton Kllpatrirk. large number of the students I am a member contains a Committee
daughter of Bell. Mr and Mr.' Kim Miller II." K**.. Andy Cheney, __.... Lee, Gene Allen, and David Whltfleld. Bark rew left will come The Senate detested, amendment proposed by
Cllffton Brewer and family ofOainesvnle. U right ant Eddie. Heeler, Danny lUs-pkrlee, Mike Mclnnla. Edward Belly Oscar Johnson. Gary 57-31. an amendment offered by me, and adopted by ft 11: to I vote,
..... and Jeff Ik..n.... Dean Tew*****, and Tow Cunning. (Demeerst half fhoUl Senator Morse requiring the delegating to the Secretary' of
McMeekln and family of Hawthorne. county to pay (0 per cent' of the Agriculture the responsibility for
Mr. and Mn. David Roberts t. fair market vsliM. determining the number and time
and family ef High Spring'I Funeral Services I little Mitt BranfonlContett Dade County Cuban RrfuireMr factor relating to farm workers
Mn. W A. Colvln. Mn. Me Branford needed by various farming Indus
Long and Mrs. Lute Ortnstead of I entries Urged tries. It places the responsibilityfor
Cross City and Mn. Ruby Robert I'Held For Mrs The Ullle MlM HranfoHlCoalnl *. Knit Hiilni decision in this field where II

and Mr and Mn. W. R. HU Personals will' M heU, Friday Mrs Sloan Kent of Brantord has always belonged on the

cr and son John.of.Branford. I Pearl DampicrMrs. night IIf.L 14. at halftime of was the victim of a snake bit. I Secretary of Agriculture instead
I of the Labor Department
1 the Branforsl'lUtllnga game on Thursday afternoon on the Kent
Mr*. Bashle Puryear .f Branford the feothsll field. M main f... The amendment make the Secretary
Pearl Dumpier, 71. died farm near Branford.
RUEPPARDThe Choir Program Plannrtl' visited Mr* Kate Stephens ..... ef the Bran for* High. of Agriculture responsible
last Tuesday in ft Lake City hospital Mn. Kent was standing In ankle
Braa/ord Boctanxri winoewn A musical program entitled "A following short Uln.... In Live Oak last week. lUMfs show deep Ira while watering for deciding, In timely fashion,
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Oresham" the number of worker requiredby
&heft grid omioa anal Morning Ot Singing And Praia Funeral service were held Thursday Girl two years old .p U **.. livestock when she felt something
week > C 24. with HssUng will be presented Sunday morningat and family of Tallahassee visited any commodity group of producers.
t afternoon in the First Baptist wheal ate are urged to enter sting her on the foot She ass
Mr. and Mr*. W B. Thomas and and his decision would be
al Branferd. the Pint Baptist Church !n
Church of Branford with the the eealeot Entry blanks maybe bitten twice
Thle fa the tint for Branford. The choir win be under family over the week' end. binding on all other federal agen.ties. .
gass Rev Allen Price officiating. obtained from the hand maJerrllo She was taken to the Suwaritre
Footer Sheppard. ao head footbaO the direction of O. H. Munch. Burial waa in the Oak Orov Mr*. W. J. Drmpsey, Mickey W4wen May (Thori.day County Hospital and Mr Kent It further permits. In the
aa.b at Brsnford High Everyone I II cordially Invited to Dempsey. Miss. Joann Drmpsey, ...... event his finding should either
Cemetery Mrs. Dampter bad lived. ) and Balerday, and Whe said Monday that his wife ass
....... and Mr*. Lamar Carver and be Inaccurate or00 late, that
attendCHAMPIONSHIP In Branford for several year r.tom.4 t* O II. Manrh. getting\ along well and returned I.
Survivor include three dauth- daughter spent the week end hand dlrtfter. home from the hospital that dv (No. I ('.n&J"... on rate III>
I visiting relative' In Orlando.Mr. .
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of Pans.ma
tees Mrs. Emma Ranew
and Mrs. C. II. Brook had

RODEO Jacksonville City, Mr,*and Dorothy Mr Shelton Let Carter of I a Mrs.* guests II. T.last Hughe week .end." Mr.. R.and*

; ByBRANFORD Dumper of Addis., J. La.M Dumper four sons H.C II.R Dally of Leesburg. Mr and Mn.Lewi ., if\! \
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al Chase ef Largo. Carrier : ji 4
Dampier and U E. Damper
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.. .BRANFORD RIDING, RIDING CLUB CLUB ARENA of lake 10 IT"-entT aadt'htJdrm.'wrandehildmiand Reed Johnaoa-of of DI. .d1n..u4.. DennyOarwater kt r merica ua .

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Saturday, September 25-8 P.M. Small Fry ltd ml Form Training; Union .. ...-... ... .. .., .. .. ,
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Sunday, September 26-2:30 P.M. I For Croilm Anti) 5 :
Held
PARADE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 4 P.M. I AD student In grade four and Party
five will have an opportunity to W:7Zww
The Junior Training Union d.
Wild Brahma Calf Roping. Bull Riding, Steer BullDogging Join the Branford Small! Fry' pertinent of the First) Baptist

Clown, Ev.ryon.Invit.d. Band.An Instrument representative I Church In Branford wj honored =

Rodeo headquarter located at Moo*.Service, ) Station win be at the Branford School with a peanut boiling and party
at Uw home of r w e
Saturday night
Phost 93S-3301 Cafeteria on Tuesday night September s .
,. John !.
Frank
SI at I pm. All type of U and Mr LynN
f near Brsnford. Mrs Lynch ww
Instrument will be on display
Mr. Griffin
assisted by Clyde
and student will have an opportunity I
to try out their choir In- Game were played during the

tmeted tudnU and parent are .evening.Thaw. ut
STUMP BROTHERS Invited to sttmd.Ilirtli attending were: Joe and
Oereld Fletcher, Lee and Shawn
Hatch. Carol and Rrbecca Dam

t Cub & Carry Building Material Announrr<< ) den. Ann Griffin. Ramona and I .
Mr and Mr*. Robin Griffith of Drbbte Rushing. Sherrie Nut:.
Nebraska announce the birth of r Jenny Murray, Paul Rice 0...,.
Phofte 24U5 son en September. I. The baby Julian and Allen Lrnclt I ''I No Compromise with Quality
aligned. 7 Ib.. S OMMr Boded peanut, home made Ire )
300 S. Patterson Street Griffith I* Uw eon of Mr cream and drink were served U c

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PAGE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1963

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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT I Ken, Stores Join IGA Croup McAlpin\ MI Club News And Activities From

I OF THE *. Elects Officers I IB
; The McAlpin Community 4-H TilE RECREATION CENTER
Suwannee Valley Livestock Market : c held Its first meeting of the :year

I Monday night at the Community ROY SULLiVAN, Director I IMr.

Trading was moderately active 664 last week Center. Reports In 4-H of the events club's during par .. B. W. Helvenston III, Center Saturday from 8-11 p 1:1:
and demand fair to good at the Mixed grades barrows and gilts I ticipation heard. chairman of the Live OakSuwanThe I band will be the "FoVr Bu,
Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- sold follows 100-210: lbs S2I the summer were
as : Greene reported that nee count Recreation Board from cross City
ket for the week ending last 40; 210-240: lbs $2295 :240-270 Nanette of the club attended held her last meeting In that:
Wednesday. A total of 319 cattle Ibs. $:n.85: 160-180 lbs $:U.1I0' four members 4-H in Gainesville capacity Monday night at the MINUTES BOARD OF PfBLH
state congress
and calves were sold, comparedwith 140-160 Iba. $21 : 130-140 tbs i this summer and received Center completing her flve-ye INSTRUCTION SUWA'VEiCOUNTY /
285 the previous week. $22.15: ; 100-120 lbs $2315: 80- special recognition when the term on the board. FLORIDA
Slaughter steers were few, 100 Ibs. $21 90 awards given. Nanette Greene and Mrs. Helvenston spent eight Live Oak. Florida
heifers and bulls steady and cows Most' sows 180-600 lbw sold for Aubrey Ooff were members of the years prior to her term with recreation August 21, 1963
and calves weak.Feederstocker. $18-$20: boars. $15-$1625: vegetable Judging team which committees women' The meeting was called tn ,I.
steers were Feeder plus sold as follows' few nl/ ,'I placed sixth Olenda Haas wad clubs and other agencies trying der at 8:00: A.M. with all nlo'"J
weak. Heifers were weak to $1 lots U S. No 2, 75-120 Ibs.. $25: h first In the division of the vegetable to encourage and develop recreation her present, via: Chairman L \i: iCrens
lower, cows few Calves over 250: medium under 75 Ibs. 23.50 demonstration and John activities In this county The Jr" V. V. Brim T. R Ba: .
Ibs. were steady to $1 higher $24 50. U. S. o.1114.50 3. 75-100 :Ibs.:: : Haas placed second In the tractor ''I'' Recreation Center's success Is due nett L. H. Dill, and E. A. Co"i\ : .
Ibs ,: $21-$22.75: cull under 75 Ibs. I to her efforts. The devotional was
while calves 100-250: were driving contest Lynn Prevatt an- largely giver >
uneven but averaged steady. $ nounced that special honors were M r a. Helvenston reminded Superintendent Henry M. Fou,'>m
Nearly three-fourths of the a won by McAlpin 4-H'ers at the those present that board meetings Minutes of the August 3 mi'et-
supply was cleared to feeder-Happy i I hum-makers!' camp at Cherry Lake In August. are open to the public, and all are Ing were read and approved
stacker accounts while slaughtlyover Nanette Greene was judged best welcome to come and enter the The principals' group recommended -
half of the total were calves. Hold I''irst Fall Met: cabin leader and Oarry Goft'scabin's discussions.In Standard Life and Ca.- J.
Slaughter cattle sold as follows: The Happy Homemakers Club skit was second best. alty Insurance Company as tt i <
Steers: one standard, $1923: ; held their Initial meeting of the The following were named to response to requests, 'we will company to provide student accident
cutter and low utility, 13.50 fall season in their clubrooms the fair booth committee: Olenda Initiate exercise classes for women Insurance for the school y"a:
1525. Wednesday, September 8. Mrs. J. Haas, Garry fluff, Nanette if enough Interested women 1963-86. A motion WU made ).
Heifers: standard $17-$19; I C. Orlner presided over the meet. Greene, Beverly Vann, and Kitty Indicate that they would attendat V. V. Brim and seconded by F A
utility $14-$16; canner and low- ing In the abesnce of Mrs. Wal Connell. these times: either Monday, Collins to accept the prmclp!,'
cutter $1050-$1225 lace Boatrlght, president. The club voted to ask for a Wednesday, and Friday at 9:3: recommendation. Motion carr.ed
Cows: utility\ $1550-$1625; Plans are under way to enteran Reader's Digest grant to assist 10:30: ajn.; or Monday, Tuesday, Bids on petroleum prod lOCI.
cutter 1215.50; canner. $8-$13. Educational Booth for exhibition with completion of the club building and Thursday at 7:30-8:30: : p.m. were opened and tabulated A mo
Bulls: utility\ and commercial at the county fair to be heldIn Those Interested can register tion was made by T. R. Barnett
$15-11850; cutter $13.75-$15.75: ; October It was announced that The meeting date was changed for the classes at the Center from and seconded by E. A. Collins thaI
canner, 813. facilities for the sale of handicrafts Ed Kent, owner of Kent's Food Stores In Live Oak, Is shown from 2nd Monday to 1st MondayIn 9 a.m. to 6 pm or call between the Board accept the lowest and
Calves: good 1819.50; standard and various food specialties above signing the contract to affiliate his stores with IGA, an the month. 3:30: and 8 p.m. best bids and exclude bids by Sin
$17-$18.75: ; utility\ $13- will be provided at the fair. organization of more than 5,000 Independent grocers In the V.9. Officers elected were Garry clair because the local dealer i* aBoard
$1425. Volunteers will assist with the and Canada joined for more modern food merchandising. Shown Ooff, boys' president: Olenda The first game of touch foot. Member The motion carried
Feeder-stockers sold as follows; preparations for the 4-H Banquetto with Ed are John Kent, left his son. and Dale Richardson ,u. Haas..girls' president: Kitty Con ball among the 5-7 graders was Bids are on file in the County
Steers: good and low choice, be held on September 25 and nell, vice president; Beverly Vann. played Saturday to a score of 34. Superintendent' Office.
pervisor of the Ira Illfdon Grocery Co Cairo Ga. supply depot
$18-$20; standard. 152517.50; also for the annual meeting of the secretary-treasurer; Nanette 12. The boys chose sides. Next No opposition appeared foi ,
utility\ $1250-115.25; Inferior, Farmers' Mutual Exchange on for area stores (Democrat Staff Photo) Greene, council delegate: Lynn game will be Saturday at 9:3ajn. : hearing on the McAlpin Schoo
$10.75-$13. September 23. Prevatt recreation leader; John and the School Board therefore
Heifers: one choice, $18; stan Miss Ida Jo Harrison, Extension Haas reporter; and Edith Blan- declared the school to be surplu
dard. 1315.75; utility, $1 -$14; Home Economics Agent pre Grand Oitcning Today chard, song leader. Each Friday night following and agreed to offer It for sale at
_ Inferior 101225. sented a program devoted t3 home Suwannee High footba 2:30: P.M. U previously: advertisedThe
Cows: few standard and good, "Clothing For The Family". Kent's Food Stores Join IGA game we are planning a victor Board approved a supplementary -
$12-$1475; utility 11.5012; interior Others present were Mrs. Roxle 1.11 Club Holds dance at the Recreation Center, list of pupils for assignment -
$9-$ll; one low-utility Wadsworth, Mrs. J, D. Ross Sr., Election with music by the "Last Knights_ to the school of the
Of OfficersThe
cow-calf pair 1375. hostess, Mrs. O. H. Murrah, Mrs. For Modern( Food Merchandising'Kent's Admission will be 50 cents. choice, providing It does not require -
Calves: choice, $20-$23; good, J. L. Hlngson, Mrs. Walton Platt. Suwannee Senior 4-H Club There Is no change In the dress supplementary transportation. .
$18-$22.75: few down to $17; and Mrs. Carl Tressler. Food Stores in Live Oak have joined the IGgrocers' / held its first meeting of the requirement. .
standard, $15-$19.75; utility $12- to "give customers modern food school year Thursday and elected There will be a dance at the Resignations were presented b)
our more
$17; Inferior, $9 50$15.50.Hogs The ancients called the cotton group officers. George Gibson and Julie Scot)
totaled 481 compared with plant the "vegetable-lamb". merchandising and lower prices, according to Ed Kent, Phyllis Howland was electedgirls' A motion was made by V. V Brim

---- --- president and Ktah KubanksI Card Of Thanks and seconded by T. R. Barnett
owner.Kent's IGA Super Market and Kent's IGA Food. I boys' president Other officer We would like to thank the la- that these resignations be accept
liner, both In Live Oak. are operated are: Bonnie McLean secretary- die of ed. The motion carried.
Clayland Church and
., MODERN by Ed and John Kent, fath. With IDA affiliation, they can treasurer; Pam Parramore coun- 'The Board received recommendatlons .
Friendship Church for
4 their giftsof
offer "better mass buying power cil
AERIAL er and son. delegate; Brenda Crew, reporter from principals
on ran-
a/ food, flowers, and their hasp
latest In foods, service and equip-
Wllla
: Lundy leader
_
All invited to the Kt'ntstores' song ; ous teachers. A motion wa made
are
tallty to us In the loss of our loved
APPLICATION ment, and lower prices say the and Elaine Holmes, recreation :
"Grand Opening Celebra Kent. one, David Moore. by T. R. Barnett seconded by V
tion" beginning today Thursday 5 leader. Mrs. Lenora Moore V, Brim and carried, that principal
_
Spraying Seeding Dusting Fertilizing Members
decided to meet '
Kent Is not a name unfamiliarto on Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mood recommendation on teachers
Suwannee County L. M. Kent Story Time Again the second Tuesday of each Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brlnema be approved for schools a*
Ed's father, opened the first Kent Restless youngster (at 3 am.) : month. and Grandchildren lilted below, subject: to Trust
HOWARD MORGANPHONE store In Live Oak In June 1937. In Mommy, tell me a story Leaders are Mr. and Mrs.'Floyd approval.
1946 Ed Kent opened his first Mother: Hush, dear. Daddy will Eubanks. Mr. and Mr. Ed How- Barbara Ann Matthews Su
362-2016 U.S. 90 WEST retail food store here, and son be In soon and tell us both one. land, and Mrs. Pearl Cannon. wannee High School
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I John Joined his father In the I . Kiiilt Hy Ptolemy Harvey Fleming 8u.'*nnee
business ten years later. In IBM. (Renew Your Subscription) College Entrance Examination The famous Pharos lighthouse High School
Board reports that one In five bull by: Ptolemy n about 300 Donald Manley, Suwannee High
student get financial aid from B C. wat destroyed by an earth School
his college. quake In the AD. 1300s. Oscar Martins! Suwaitnee
I ;. rash School and Branrord:
High School

DON'T MISS KIRBY'SWE DUnne High School Butterf ld. Branford

Aleane White Douglass High
James B. Daniels School

W. T. Grant Douglas High
Y School
The Board approved Earl Adams -
Funeral HomesLIVE
Warehouse Sale The for Board Continuing approved Contract.James W

OAK and BRANFORD LInch.School* custodian at SuwantweHlih
vr to replace Fred God

.
I Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- bolt.A copy of the revision of School
Policies was presented to each
DO MEAN WAREHOUSE SALE! For the next several equipped ambulances on call twenty. Board Member at the August 1

four hours each day in both Live Oak meeting, and the Board withheld

weeks we will be using our new warehouse as a sales room while and Branford.CALL. to approval read the In said order policies.to have At tine thi
lul6c
\ i meeting the Superintendent read

we completely recondition and enlarge our main store. To keep and discussed with the Board rrloua *-
DAY OR NIGHT.,.. section Including the flowing -
a : Page 7, section II; Pus
business going during this remodeling, we are cutting prices to 12' Upright Freezer LIVE OAK BRANFORD It and IS Maternity leave and
Military "leave; Page I'. Item UPaaw
:f 362. 3333 935-4100 IT' Item U and 17' : Pate
the bone. Don't miss this sale! OUR WAREHOUSE IS Lo.
13. Items 18. U. and 20; Pace I It
$189.ROLLAROUND J. B. DANIELS JR., L.F.D. Items 22 and 23.

CATED IN BACK OF OUR MAIN STORE FACING THE ,95 pmnlmdrat<
WIT Education Committee meeting'

SAL RAILROAD FREE PARKING. with rrprearntatlve from the CMUton (.
I III of Vocational. Trchn**!.
and Adult Education section of
he State Department of Education.
Slate Department personnel
TV -.r attending were: Mr. 0 W Nt'U-
bauer, Assistant Director for Pro-
gram Service; Mr. R. C Tooth-
UT OAK rtOEIDt PHONE 342-UII man Assistant Director for Dtetbutive I..-
Ad.lU Me-Call,** I.. -Tai lad.... Cooperative, and Tf>>>-
MDII 1.n...y B.. Office OM. SlIS-Mevte Il IM Education; Mr. E.' A. Emmet-
." Saa....., Itoi Office Opens 11:4S Movie iN: halos( Ana Supervtior! of Indu
$..du lot Office O... t,4Mat.e trial Education: and Mr T W
fltrt 1and. Assistant Director f'w
TllfRSD.FRID.4Y. InEM111n Technical Education.
A motion wa* made by T RUrnett
THE SATAN BUG seconded by I:. A. Coltn -
*. and the motion was cantrd
CABTOOMMTtKDr. to approve leave a* follow'
.I Annual Leaver J. D 8pp. 8n-
J
MPTEMBCK II trmbrr 1124. INS:
MOBILE-MAID Temporary Duly I3 ewhTfLonnle
rr B. Ham Virginia Al-
'. V Dishwasher FORT COURAGEOUS ford, and t *car Munch fr Automatic Dryer attend the Area Guidance
; I rralar* Ne.\ t _
$99.95 $99.95 Conference In Madison on

-- ---- _____ August 24. INS;
BACK DOOR
't Model PAM719AWD1 : TO HELL Personal Leave: Grace Ford

I>}'':;. SERVICE is our most important PRODUCTKIRBY'S CAKTOOH Jenkins to finish Summer
Alkhannel VHF-UHF reception with the new Tandem
Hoodoo! at CotnmMa. South
f.'I',:':' "82 Integrated tuning' system featuring the txllAivt' ---- .- -
al'en1T-sO'D4T, I'Inl'a: It.,. Carolina, August ..-.. INS
'I 1 410" permatronlc translator tuner.
A* wa previously' advertised
r r' Built-in dipole telescoping antenna for VHF semttlvt at 2J4: P 101. the School Board
t ". loop antenna for UHF reception OPERATION CROSS BAR offered the McAlptn School for

Front controls and front sound-easy to let ,,.easy to. I CAKTOOH NzwS: ..... No elM appeared' to make
use..,easy to hear. --- an offer on the SchooL
r..". TtVMvT-Mrfwrxn4Y' :' 1Ir""",,,. ti-tt Ttere being no fnrthrr bw*.

i WITH W. Howard Phon 362-2678 nr. the Beard adjournrd.HZMRT .
St.
"
$19o 88 LOVE HAS MANY .: M.FOL80USvpt.
FACES
1 TRADE EASY TERMS! LIVE OAK FLORIDA I flrcrrUry
CABTOOX bdne MIL
CRIfttBPabS.
t $L .
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FOOD LINER


K E N ,S SUWANNEE MARKET AVENUESUPER


N. OHIO AVENUE

Prices Good Thru Wed. Noon, Sept. 22 Save At Two Convenient Locations
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savings at yourfingertips JIM DANDY
GRITS 5c
I ONE LB. BOX

I PILLSBURY lGA--- 14 Oz Bottle*

TOMATO CATSUP..........................................2 f for 39c
I FLOUR _
HOOD One Gallon Plastic
10 lb. Bag
BLEACH 49c
Pillsbury 99c
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CARMEN LONG GRAIN

CAN BISCUITS RICE _3. LB. PKG. 39c
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HOOD PINK LIQUIDDETERGENT Qt. Plutic
CAN SC 39t

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IGA GROUND One lb. Can

COFFEE 69cKRAFT
Family Size Bottle _

CRISCOOIL U.S.No.lIrish MAYONNAISEJACK'S


Potatoes QUART JARCHICKENOF.THESEA 49ea
--
Size Can
66: 10 LB. BAG 39c TUNA 3 .. :89c
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I AZALEA ALL MEATBOLOGNA 5 Oz. Pkgi.
! 25cBANANAS

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VANILLA --------
FROSTY MORN

ONE WAFERS LB. BAG BREAKFASTBACON

23c ICE MILK __ LB. 10c_ _
NABISCO OREOCOOKIES GREEN
1 116. Pkg.69c. GAL
3 CARTONS $1 1 PEANUTS
ONE LB. BAG LIMIT THREE
39c 19cDixie


FROZEN FOODS
CrystalSUGAR
Ga. Grade "A" FISH-STICKS....8 oz.pkg. 29c

'ICiA POT PIES .............. 4 for 69c

FRYERSWHOLE -__-- Orange... Juice._-,-4 6 oz.cans 69c

29c LB. FREE 5 LB. BAG 49c
3 OZ.PKC.
I PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE.
With Each 8 Oz. Package At Rnrular Pric.THURSDAY


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I Fair Directors Plan For 1965 Exhibition bate Under Wad Late tills! week Pvt. Shirley Cheney

M Ab.! ITY the Senate opened debate on the I

I omlnbus farm bill. This:!W klway Visits Mother On LeaveClIENE1'

I on of the most complex and controversial _

s measures to facjkjth

fZtrflfl1W'nevus Congress and I expect th1.f' the

Senate will require the better part

of a week In disposing of la", I am

in strong disagreement with some

I sections of the measure and my

Pine LevelMr. final position will depend upon

the way the bill is amended on
I
the Floor


and Mrs. H. M. Moore spent spending several days in the Su Dirksen Reapportionment Am-
endment Reported Out Of Committee -
the week end In Pompano wannee County Hospital. hr

Mrs. Oordon Keeling of Live Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole visited This week the Senate

Oak spent Wednesday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Judiciary Committee reported out
the second
reapportionment am-
and Mrs. Drew Holmes awhile Sunday afternoon.
endment Introduced by Senator
Jimmy Toole spent Sunday Miss Joan Anders spent Sun

with Max Lepper. day with Louise Faye and Joyce Dirksen the Minority Leader In
I current Congressional session
Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Hayes. Ithe
to the
was reported Senate
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Norman Anders 1
with Mr. and Mrs without recommendation by a I II
R. W. Moseley.We spent Sunday
to 7 vote. I am a co-sponsor of
are very happy that Mrs Melvin Sapp. I
this legislation aa I was his
B. F. Hayes was able to return Mrs. J. H. Reynolds visited of

home Saturday afternoon after Mrs Drew Holmes Saturday af. 1 first amendment on this subject Pvt. Shirley D. Cheney spent

ternoon.Mr. I I Though supported by a substantial leave In Live Oak with his
majority of the
and Mrs B. F. Hayes spent I Senate, the mother, Mrs Mary Cheney, before
.
.. initial effort last
Institute Head Monday with Mr. and Mrs L. P. was rejected leaving Wednesday for

Fortner. Director. of the Suwannee County Fair Association met here Friday noon to farther plan for month through failure to poll the Fort Sam llounlon In San Antonio

Esther and Elaine Anders, the 1'65 event which will be held durlnr the week of October 1S-23 at the Coliseum. Seated at the two-thirds affirmative vote required Tex. where he I* station-

Will LeadMarybelle Gary and Lee Olive and Christine left side of the table are (left to right) Vincent Jones MarTIn Phillips I Laure B. Roberson. SecretaryPaul of all proposed amendments -
to the Federal Constitution.
and Lula Belle Nobles spent Sun- Crews, President Louie C. Wadsworth. Mrs. O'Donald Hatch and Norman Protsman. At the right ed.Pvi, Chmy completed baste
We will make
no attemptto
) Revival1tii day with Denise Marcia, and side of the table (right to left) are Treasurer Jack Blspham Mrs. Ray Chauncey secretary to Cre.... I call up the amendment in this training at Fort Jackson S. C.

Keith Moseley.Mra. General Manager T. J. Fletcher Sr., Maltox Ward Vice President Bob Holmes, Ed Butler Ernest session because of the heavy volume He entered the V. 8 Army
O. B. Falrcloth of Tarpon
Sellers and Fred DeVane. (Democrat Staff Photo) of "must" legislation to be July 1.
Springs is visiting friends here In
disposed of prior to adjournment
Beulah Community and In Live
However it will be on the calendar survey of damaged areas: the

Oak.Mr.. and Mrs Jorgen Brorsen I Bcachville Sun In Modcrulion I for early consideration next team was to report back to the

visIted Mr. and Mrs Drew Sun in moderation U the cau- I January, President that night so that relit -

Holmes Sunday evening tion from a physician affiliate Wheels In Motion To Provide plans could be formulated and
I We glad to have good attendance Mrs. O. D. Beach visited her
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Spears were with the National Cancer Insti- Federal Aid To HurricaneDamaged put into operation with a mini-
at Sunday School s n-I' I daughter Mrs Bill Bartley, In the
tute. Studies show the repeated
and children of Tallahassee andJ. Areas The Federal Government mum of delay. The inspection

B. Wilson of Live Oak visited day glad to have some back Medical' Center Gainesville and overexposure may cause tumor has acted with.,commendable group headed by Frank Dryden.

Mr and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sun- an absence. seen her new grandson, last Wednesday development. Therefore It'. sen speed in setting wheels Deputy Director of the Office: of

day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartley of sable to take the sun in short doses in motion to provide necessary aid Emergency Planning includedthe

Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hayes and Newberry are announcing the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll and to protect the skin from in those sections of our state following: MaJ. Oen. Jackson -

children of Cross City and Mr. birth of a son Dell William Bart- and son. Wayne of Gainesville. too much sunlight. which were badly damaged by Graham. Army Corp of En-

and Mrs. Marvin Alderman and ley; at the U. of F. Medical Cen- and Lavsughn Bwalls and sons l5 Hurricane Betsy When the, Weather Ineers. ; MaJ. Oen. James Collins.

children of Live Oak spent Sun- ter In Gainesville Tuesday SeP- of Cocoa were guests of Mr. end ,von 1 Bureau advisories made It Director of the American Red

day with Mr. and Mrs. B. F, tember 7. Mrs. Bartley Is the Mrs. Willie Beach Saturday night damaged could resort to evident that Florida would be hit Cross; Dr. Luther Terry Surgeon
and
growers
Hayes. former Miss Imogene Beach i Sunday. I called the White House to urge Qeneral of the United States:
O. D. Beach business court action. At present the Secretary -
Mrs O, B .Falrcloth spent FrI- daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. D. visitor In Gainesville was Thursday a of Labor acts only In an that appropriate federal agenciesbe DIsaster Chief Robert T Phil-.

day with Mrs Ella Mae Head. Beach of Beachvllle. alerted to respond with all possible Bps and Information Director
this matter.
In
Jesse of Cedar Is advisory capacity
Keys
Kirby
Mr, and Mrs. Willie Odom attended speed to for Emmett
Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes heardon any requests Riordan. both of OEP.
been
few this week. A recent law suit has
here
visiting a days
Odeom'
Mrs.
the wedding of -
assistance The Small Business the
Although preliminary
dinner crop
were guests of Mr and
Rev. and Mrs. Skipper of St. this Issue In Florida and the
Mrs Ernest Holmes Friday. niece Miss Sandra Hur.t.and of Administration has declared damaged loss estimates are let at some 12.1
and decree held that the Secretary
and son-in-law
-- Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Kenneth Bonds at the homeof Augustine parts of the state to be Disaster million persona in the storm
advisor to the
of Live Oak were visitors Labor is merely an
daughter
DR. SOUTIIERLAND visited Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hayes the bride's aunt Mrs. Vera Service and U not Areas and 1s accepting loan areas with whom I have talked
Mrs. Immigration
Skipper
here Saturday.
Sunday afternoon.Philadelphia. Oodwln In Live Oak. Friday afternoon applications through the SBA I)y phone are In general agreement -
Revival services will begin at the former Miss Ruby' Tlmmrr- legally responsible to the grow
regional office in Miami. On that the damage wrought by
Marybelle Baptist Church Mon man was reared here and this ers. Although I expect heavy opposition -
4 Mr. and Mrs J. V. McWhorterof Thursday President Johnson dispatched Beta was not a* extensive aa that
day and run through Sunday was her first visit back In a long during Floor debate Jam
Baptists. Altmore Ala., were guests of amendment a seven-man team of dls. sued: by the 1M4 hurricane I
September 26. Homecoming and hopeful that the
Will Hold RevivalThe Mr. and Mrs L. C. Terry Wed time.Rev. aster experts in a White House hope that this proves to be the
dinner the will held for there ls great need
on ground be r; E. Day will be here Sunday may carry
nesday evening. Jet to meet with state officiate ase.: We may all be thankful too
September 26. Philadelphia Baptist Church Sept. 18th. Visitors are always for specific and meaningful authority -
and to make a low-level aerial that the loss of life small.
will hold revival Roy Cannon of Gainesville vis- See- was
The public Is Invited to attend services September very welcome. In this matter. The

the services each evening at 7:30.: 20-26. Services will be held ted hU mother. Mrs. L. p, Cannon l retary of Agriculture Is. of course ..

Dr. James E. Boutherland. at 10:45: each, morning and 7:30: last week end. better informed on the needs of ,.

president of the Baptist Bible In- each evening. Mr and Mra. Roger Clark of Ralph Stanley Begin" farmers than is the Secretary of

etitute. Ortcevllle, will be the Ouest evangelist will be the Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Labor As a matter of fact, the

evangelist. Rev. Thomas N. Channel! pastor and Mrs. L. C, Terry a few days Stockwaler Pond) I Secretary of Labor has amply Suddenly, it'sFalll!

Dr. Southerland is a graduateof of the Russell Park Baptist last week. A small atockwater pond was demonstrated this year In Florida

Stetson University Southern Church of Ft. Myers.On Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach were surveyed designed and staked In' California and elsewhere that

Baptist Theological Seminary Sunday September 28 the In Gainesville several days last this week for Ralph Stanley on he lacks both understanding and

New Orleans Baptist Theological church will observe homecoming. week while he was taking medical his farm south of Live Oak. He sympathy with farming people as

Seminary and has attended Sumner Following the morning worship tests and treatments. was assisted by the local technicians to their labor needs.

session at University of Edinburgh service there will be an old fashioned Mr. and Mrs Lavaugn Canon with tile Suwannee River Omnibus Agricultural Bill D- I .r1

Scotland. dinner on the grounds and two sons of Jacksonville were Soil and Water Conservation Din

He has pastored the First Baptist Pastor Jack L. Stewart Joins guests: of !Ill parents, Mr. and trict. access by cattle and are to be ___ S.'., Info' ,tie/ soton In a

Church of Tltusvllle; Avon- with members in inviting all Mrs. II. C. Canon, last week end. The pond la to be circular and planted to grasa. It will also be ._

dale Baptist Church Jacksonville former members pastors and W H. and L. A. Tidwell were will measure 100 feet In diameterby stocked with bream and bass as /ighf'wcig/ir; / wi'nc/-

: and First Baptist Church of friends to attend the revival ser business visitors In St. Petersburg eight feet deep The sides win soon as they become available after resistant, permanently/

Oxford MIBa.Public. vices and the homecoming. Wednesday slope at four to one to permit easy the pond ls dug ,
--- oftr-repvf/tnf/ laminated;


bidder *t tk* lourt houi. door on the arlb.d ep.rty, lo wlll PMrlto. Joknian, k widow stoma. tootknown Clrtnlt Court ., S..w.*no* Canal r, 0 tool Iron the new lolltollecfan '
first Monday In Month of 0.0..... 141, The huihst quart.? IIIW\41 0' reoMMMo. addreee to ISIS H.*. ,........ 5. a pan II ,hie pareudlu.. f
which li tk* 4th day of Ortoo.r, I M.. the Poutheeat '' C ofS.rtlos oars Ara..*. R:..".. Florid lI l Yes as hweb, .u,1ed that the
NoticesNOTICE l>*td this Ttk day of p.pt.mh .. I.... al. 11)I, and :t.C:.::1.1h..)? > rothy ... Whit and her 10......... Slat Road Department af FtorM as. of
LAVAUGHN A. SKBHIONS (54) of the NnrthMil Quarter CIe" .. Wklta. whooa tact known A>***> of the But of Florida, aad Ba.weanea
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In Town.Mp Four Ul South. .f ...kI....* nddrec. to Ml N WlllbArenne far Saw**** Caaaty, ......... ear*
OF APPLICATIONFOR COURT Hint Fifteen IRS East Buwenne ......., FtoridnVlrton .tog t* .nd.n>n for Ik* aaroaoe atola
TAX DEr.DlOTlcm IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S FI.'I.... C.H.r. a wider whoo* ..., tlo. _,...,... 554 ..ht.esn.e at a
I... IM.IS, F.S. FLORIDA.IN AND FOR SUWANNFE IN PROBATE COUNTY and County ush.. III* dny of Ototo..... ItIS. I bnown ".Id...* *d<..*>* to III W, 10..10., the fa ...... into t* tb.roitowtof : ;M
HEREBY OWEN Out
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tlrd St. Jarheearllto. doMrlhed toad Is -
.. IN !: The Eilat of et tee front doer 0' '10. /uw.ns.5 =tUlyMM
A. MoCouk, Ik hold. of Ik follow KEl Certer. wbaa last .. rld.nr Caaaly, r..iIIa10.1"
County Courlkeue*, I In Ik* Cuts of Lloo
hi. nrtlflnntoi has flied meld wtlflmtolfor LUCY HALL MtCULLOUGH... Oik. Suw.nw. County. Florida. be.tworn .d.. ...* to P.O' B.* .... Col-
Ui dood. to b. loud ihoraon. The
S PETITIONVo i hour of sale! lo-wll! : khan, ...rid.1 : af'CTlmf
the kill PARCEL NO. 554 51154.
.., NOTICE OF FILING
urtk.te number and of !10. FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS 11 Kill tkMk. In the f........ and. 11,tI. H..... L Carte.. .1.*.., whose hut 1111 RIGHT OF WAY
V tee doicrlptlan of the
.j. anus prop.rtpt known reeMeoe ....... to ,,.. Etof
: : ....d....* names In which It wee ...n.4; Noun I I. harsh .ir.n that wo 'hoes o'clock In the fternoon.. I will offer FlorM 1s 1
ar* mi follows I filed :. Final Rturn> n* EiMutnr: the sold pranerty for Hi at publl Cole Drive Jcbrlll I That part aft
outcry sad will. nil the urn ta Ik* Alberta B. Caw, a wMaw. whoa tool
: Cartlflot No. It. of th. KiUle of Lucy Hill MeCulkwh, .. ...,. far know rl ... address ta ..... I.H .
here filed Petition hi*Keel and bl bidder 1tI i** BWH of REH af Sarttoa tt. T '
dMeuedl that our
Yo at liiunnroi 11* we
Dmrlpllon r of Proporlrt I A off B.Id. for dlitrlbutlon and final dlirh.'t" i sub th. proceed I* bo pplted as for *. *. A........ f'....... ship. S "'II. Rana 14 But. Iff** 5
will a map k* la the pnyawnt of oasis and Jo. Co***, wh*>* bet know roeldeno northerly *f cod wltblarrer II the
.f F. It A of NIC!:*" of SW sod that on October I. ** we 1.-nt
of Bxtkin. I, Town.hlp. t Baulk, apply to th* Honorable. Room Brom.I the Mttotetlo of the ahae describediwmtlon. .ddra. Rant S. Ba *, Atocha Mao of BUM Bead 5N.
Mane. It Eut.Nan County Judie. for. approval l of eald return Fkridat Iran 11...- par*** Baa Mine4sN11
t4/1airw..ee
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DUKE: II.CAI.t.IAT'R I ann Coco*. a "' wa ** totbnown .
In which ...*..ed, Unknown.. and for .. order of dUehnrv and .
All of Mid for final dluknrc. *. Ea.5stor..f th. SHERIFF: or RIJWANNEE reeMmara addr*** to 4141CaatbrMt
property twine In tk* .
i County of lows..... SUt of FlorM. Will of L l.r Hall McCullnrh' druod, COUNTY FLORIDA Stroct Philadelphia./ Pean.lMtal Boclawtor .l the SW .awn af ...
UnlM nrk ..,tllla. ..rtlflrnthill .. / BRABHAM 11.11 > to* II. Tawnahla S ..,... Rash 14
*r ... NLN. RnnaM. D. Cooon, k ..1,,_, wb*.* to.tbnown Past, ran thoaow Nank ...l4'lR..
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rodMmod anordlni low tko 1
to
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4141 *
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** to till.II ran tkoa** a ..'.. ..
property oortlfluU daKrllwd will h*In old each to cirtlflrnt the /hlik.il.or 11-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT AND THIRD FORSUWANNtt C.*hrM.. Sir**!. 'II'........... P.naylrantoi t.lit.14 fo r** ,.....* N. *..*r.l"B.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
t.tt foot .. tee Poe af ........
bidder al tee ourha.. ... door the COUNTY. *a*
NOTICETO FLORIDA.
*i> : ".*..Ita F. Cass mraar.. whoo toolhnewo ...... ,
4. Tawaokla. 5 S lotus II But. cia
tint Monday to M.ntk of October, lint, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, AT LAW.
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... 4141CenkrMf.
.. addrw to p.15t ...*. fait aoatkarrr frwai the
whirl the 4th dy of Oetobr, ..... You will plraoo tab* nolle that the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF i
'11............. *.
Street. *
Dtd this Ttk diy of l.pumh. Ittg. andnl>nd Wilbur C. Sweat nnd his FLORIDA, aa Assess .f the BUI afFlorM rtrantolRobbhi tit **rM* af MM ...... ..

LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS wife, No.la P. .w.... to *ni.gln. sod ..*. A. Came, k ..... "'/....* toot .
CaaloJalut SITS too .
Ctork of Clnull Court etPawssN will *n.... In th. operation of a laundry .... ...... ractdoac ddra to 4141CaaihrMt .etas were ar
eo.iudu of aitotln. road rlfkt af _,. t
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County, Florid kuolneM commonly referred ta as l SUWANNEB COUNTY k Political Strwt Phltodelphto.. Pna.
pfd/ -Uundrom.t" nt 1.1late! Florid. .......1.1..... of the Slat of Florid. .last.
t I In the Mm. of SWEATS MAYTAG Petitioner. Krnlra: .. eras. k widow! whose toot the Tb. prgwtv .r :=r WQJIe aced
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR hale of IMfa J.
HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY and will fill .. .
known reolaane* adon.e to SI 4 Con
TAX DEEDIan a mletratlon. of cold flrtllloai. n.m. M. E.: SCOTT and hi* "'If.. .,..,
1111_. Florida a. i s.Nt s1 ,w, vie.. ......
141. FA *. r.qulr4 by Bttoii. ....*. florid.slalut.5 VIVIEN BCOTT. *t kL. VICasa ..... .... .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that d.frodaate. Btoeh. .I" ..... oa touroot a* add ......
Ira Moar. tk. kolH.r of the ;sallow. toot kaewn ..._ addroa to 411 $32.00
BWILBUR C. SWEAT NOTICE TO DEPENDNOTICE
Inf Mrtlll.ato hl fled old MrtlflMto. Las ft., ...._ Faaylvtot PARCEL NO. 1'1- ncnON 1154Is11
I BNOV1A P. SWEAT OF F.MINKNT: : DOMAIN I>..M Caook, ......, wkaa hot knew
for a tat d.d la h* l..vd "' ...... The n.11 PROCEEDINGS .
artlflcat avaih.r and yarn of lass. .Musa ddrou to Jeeh.eeaN, That part INWH
nnra. Ik. doiirlptloa/ of Ik* IN THN NAME: OFTHE Florida t af NWH af ........ .. ,....-
heal the ....... In which It wu property mm4ar. ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT STAIR OF FLORIDA) la** Ck Frailer, whose hat i*.wn slip. S ...,... ..... 14 EaaV ..,.>fotkarr
as foltown IN' AND FOR SUWANNCE COUNTY, TO AIL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ........* oddreeo. to 41* AoanMtraei. at aad wnkra 4* q af seeU.s1115.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE AND TO Smalaa Praaoyrcantol, :
C.rtUN.t. Na. IT. af BUM Road B-I4S '
Y..r of l asses.*' till. IN lie The EcUl .of R. B Beall ood hi* "'w.. Vl"to* Boll.whoo Ollto Bawoac Cooaa k widow, whoa -t*'l. all *arrf MaaBavtoalwc h...
D...lptlo* af '",po" ,' Lei 1*. BERTHA EVANS n.BRACEIN........ toot kow roMa. *ddr*** tot bnawn .**.....* addrea to PktoiBoarb Srserlbed se .......I r
.....1' Hill, KMltoo It, Tow. *. .. Jacksonville. Florida| "..... .
ship S both Ran** II Rat: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Adolph Hooter sad kl "'If.. Melee Tb UokowaH..rc afjd.tto I. Cue M th* MW *ar*.* af 5.tl.s .
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... T. An Creditor wd Par***. H. Hector who.. but kaawa .*.w_ Han roe'_ ..._ _
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)I. In .. .h ...*..*di I Tslmed/! are 4. Tawaohlw S BMik ..*>. II
Mid lassie N.l.on. Ctolai or Daoxaade Ajalaat BaM E.t. ddraw .to III* W. Ird .,..... RI.W known iTb Baal raa thoaai N. ..'..'..- R. tIIS.lt .
All Y.. sad sash of poe ara ......, ooll- era ....10. FlorM i Ur.ww Dins of Neap lows *
at' raid ptaDerty hlni' In the rW. wee taaaaa B. IMN'IS.
Connly of Suwanno. But af Florida. fled ... required la preecat any .tolm* Ida O. 1.10_ k widow, wbeoe old whe.a rNldease" aSSr.a" a t.*,*.T4 fart. use lkoa.. ... .... \
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Unless. earl **rtlfl.*t* or Hlfklo sod .01. which pus, *r slit*. 01tlo.l. koewa ,.w._ ....... to F. O. Ma t .".- R. Lie faot to the East Ma. dsee
hall h* rdra ed ': hove snlast the estate d Ill Enctto. FtorMal N'TkTTlel WlUto .*d hto ..V. Crrwto Scathe.
> aooordlnt to tow the : 4. 04 a Mat t* 44 root V.0. :
*25rr *_rl.....d I I. sash mtlflrnt *r Sroehlo. dowsed. las Feari. Wkltohead. k whew whose loot Willis ..... but booms _......* .itkort. fraat tha NaTaaroar at said
aertifla/s will h* .old la the highestI aid County I* the CMnly ".01.. af B* knew rcoMeaea *ddn.. Ie .. F. 0. .ddr*.. .. 411 lass Drl. .... L Barltoa 4.
t hldd.r .1 the, ort ko.o door the wow Coast p. Ftortda. *l has office 0....... FlarMaiOto ".,'-,11I.. FtorMn. IIIMiWlllto
I ...... n In Ih* Mart konc* of said Coanty nl tiarcncc, whoa .toot Ins real.deaca Es phew
tint In Month .f lktah.. 14, LI.. Oak. Florid within .Ia ........ Qrabaat. k widow Cestol.l..554 amuse Ma ar too..
i nddree I nil Silk loss '
1 Tense knaan .
hlek rseMes. addr to
? to Ik* 4th day ., o.tok.r. 14. ** .
I DUd this its day *f ...."'mbo.. .551. onlki froat tee tint. at the flrat peb. N.WMlo.i." FtorMai .....D. 0-Brtoa, Ftorwl*| Th* ni.aiitF of tk* haw ., Baaja.ih / .
LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS llratlon" of this sakes Ek *tolni ar Freddie Thnaaa. .1...*. whose toil .... WIIU. ..w... who. *. toot > Johaoaa, d.w..a
Ctork *f Clmlt Court af demand kail k* la writ I.*. In d.plll*. kaawn rooMoaa* nddr**. to Boat |. kaewa ........* ilfrm to B.FJI.reoMaacw .. 'A tottenoll. btoutffuuy cktoiW clotalcolrtailored : /'
I.w.aaee sod shell. *ll* the pas af ........* See I*, O'Brton. Ftortaal ........ Fboe...1
b, j n.,. Cavnly. Florida .sod pass affle *ddrM* *f the (.tolaianl.ad Nary Thwaa* nod bto wlf*. Canto till... WOIM. a wI'... whoa Lesho..5 'Tan sad. *a k ., pus as aarah* aa. New laminating proctttin mold ,.
shall h* swore ta by Ik* era. _*.. ThomN ..... .......... ........ to tilt I I 55.404 s L W c- C.sa/

'I' ) FOE OF APPLICATION claim hi* real ar doaund or attaraoy set aa, sod filed]any hall neb bet Bo* .IS. 0.ark*. Mar at...... leek_....... ..,.,...., .a> ... far Bwwaaaa* c...,,,. "......, the fabric _!t.btanf..pwfiiHTt tWfrttdom .
!:( TAX DEED ..... l.rlha Fool Heetar sal his see. Eddie Ma* et it. silt,. af tee flora! W wee Caarlto
.... IN.'" .05. John. *** wd k.r ......... ter. whoa tan bass inldinn to ....... .. -. "...... aa ale lrk deer of '
U H that W, Eaeasto L. DISCERN ...., ..*.._ whose hut kaaw ..*.,*.... FtorMai af ........... I.4*. .a oaaw what ...... erght-wtigfif fobrks...1nO -.
i.. I..O Me.... the hoMw ofQIt.DfI..I;. 11.11 pead.s.o ddnN lo 41 W, Sid Kama Ua FVkkto. sad W* ho.Wad.Statot tale ar to.ec**! pwa. or see of p.,
i ... aeetekat.e has fll" said seotwkatee Street. 5{- A. ::tL1. PM./dal F FVkha. ....* bet kaaamrcoMcae han. ar .(.ana ra Sad ba the ..... o>.. taint a woi.aVfulr/ supple droptry. SopfSktkattd -
I t M S ... dad to h* Mad 0111. 5.11. obese lost heave cccri.e to 4I*. Fnwtaa, ..... ..... ... M .- sss wee tee
I' lh.ra. Th* NOTICE OF SHERIFFS BALK .........
eddriee .lo lit NW Tib.Ncnoen .
., nnd ., ... BaHlmeil, pJarytoadi ahasI a.l ha ashes Pap Ibe sees plaid In blcjtdi of ary tan oend.
peer* NOTICE IB RESIST: GIVEN: TV. Mlo .
oeftiI..ta:1 t FtsrWai E>lkrrao Meeter Narrto *adt ha* he* ... parnaes s M ....... Ys
; :'wkkk. af H U* 'assesCkrtHks ...**..| ta k WRIT OF EXECUTION TIN,.. whoa. hut kwntMlden ...... --..... whaa. but ors Mesh, ,swmud .. ceps AIMST. Slzts 6 to 8.
sou load la the a..." Caart af Penal l lCaany. .
.r* a. f......' ** ddroec to Lk City FtorAM kaaw nilli.ic oiKic. to 141 Nan Aknh. rlltoooai *4to a r. woa*
PhrM.. aa the Illh doy of .... Yrh Araaaa, Lak.toad, FtorMal addraa to r. ooh .
N.. OX Baa S. 145. Fto*
t '!i, of IMWUWI ST.Yomr .1141.Propartrl. ......" 144, In the ee..e wkcrclaAttoni : ** DM aced. her .......... JM* "._ Blcole sal) hto wan.. Paralhpddraea W*. a *aa* *f roar niHIi daf_ to "
pa.rlpth. .f Metallic. Cadet ..-,. a Daatol. whaoa to** ewa, reeMca.c Nasty ..... het bas Isaldesuu amid aMMMn aa ar .-. Ik. pan doe
I .. Jserb EH1. laths 11 Ut. Tows.I It. Ganto aarparatto*. trodla. ... ..... addrao to Joaaar.: Ftoriaai .. to ..-. Farkfc, af S.in.i.>.u. 14. sal to fan *karvrtoal 1. J-/,
J .... I South. 1ao.a la Rat.t buss to the ttata *f FtorMa a* Darrto Farrall ad her baabaad. BanFarroO. iVeoola Caaaa 1.1., whaa Let koawaneldiacc mt **M wraXoai dlwas wwkth
? I FtorM Cuhot Coopu. wa* Ptolalttf.and whoa toot kaoww roold.w.* ilk-iic to else Pass5tr Oork *t th* *... Coan. 'ISIJ./
NsI: LhYewbOktM.ues5dl M/tee' Mash A. WUeea. oJ'". data* h***. ads.. Ie See A.estae.. rlaM.a s. tal alas, F1./1. WiTMEM ., had a* Ctorh aad the ...- .
an M WltoM A ..._ woo Dafoaat. al" .. Pan aad h.. haloes Sad ;" 55k.... .
coal af
LADf see pw..cal-Its Nhaul. Uuo Cawn *4 U** Oak. Fto* tw..w -ors
On *f Sowa wMaarly*.. Bui Win.* f Ftorlda.Ie the .. krtoc caa Na. .....|-10 to the] lads T. Prow, whose lees "- .. .' ccv l.s,5et M el.v. s halo, Ma. taw 14th 4aa af ....... 1511.tww 14
** ? amid .
Cwarv I. Daha MeCaHtolar: a* lo PsssS, 71or. .....- aNt.l.e. .
'-. UnloM soot eetllflrte *r orHftoaio Shell ... ...... -
*f Bwanae wr.5M..5.drew. .. S..h.Muea r shorwm, ss sea.alwt I/ tAVaCeaTN A BEBHOIO.
.hn h* adewd" w.edio1, to tow th* hew hated a:1. the rich*. HO Jew n.t .-. "'...... wba.5 Let ... ....... II lad dossed Ie .ors CAsaes
araaart: aaairlhad .J4. *:Ttoto. M .ad totare*! : .** ni.od Da. *- LaMease **dro* IB Sass L the W Tkklatr UM b 5..a cf'oeWa The BceTaJPUet To a.p._ AFTDt ALLr
j tartlftoaM. will ha to hlohsala ..... .. :. :
*. to sal v> the taUawto. *. Ftortao.1 ru4 to :Wtto* wt $kw Oolh. *f law hate

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