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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 18



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Oak Men Co I String<< Kviilntfion Center Often $513,53.1111 OKI' (Flood Grants


South To AidBetsy's Apparently Okayed By Auditors

A 'aa s1v One year after Hurricane flora swamped Suwannee

VictimsIt County and Uve Oak with rising water auditor have apparently

It okayed the pending of $543.534 In flood recovery
ia ironic that just one grant to local government by the U.S. Office of Emergency
_ year since the Sept. 12. 196. Planning

I disaster in Live Oak due to ; An auditing team In Uvt Oak

Hurricane Dora, a power last week approved payment to
..... 71V 4>ri "'.TO" Will 110' heel
crew from here would be the city of 117.713. for temporary

mobilized to go into the Next Tuesday Evening street" repair and made the final.

"DIM. lee<<. left sad Deputy M. J. "B dy FWlttp. bUJayecea. Miami area for emergency The ....n... farentTeachr Inspection of conitructlon of the

afety cheek a fresh daring tb* Janice Cbamber ., C... work during Hurricane Bet. AHwelatUn will hell. a. rereptlon iw Buwanne High School plant
lat of th
before the
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.ere .......... *aTHy. cheek WIll Friday sad Sat.....,. rblllip sy. for aU parent and school grant. payimnt

th&l"-- of the ,...Jwt. laW that MT* than IM ear wen checked According to Dav Aiutln. leMbfr nest Tamdty sigh at Charles LaPrad, F1IA *.ncl.n. .
sad sheaf nine per wet foaad defe tlv*. Tb defect fvad sisal manager of Florid Power and Fin Vlow. CareUrium at I ...., .", last week Inspected the con-

wee fanny tarn alga*.*, sad tile .*M dangn.se and *ee.B4aMifre Light Co. In Use ok. a ala man ae Hlng I* r-TA rmldenl. ruction at the high school sits,

.MDt WM,faulty........*. .1W..w.. DecMctat .&an"1| line crew from U.. Oak WM In Bill ItvlU.tavlta f-TA behind what U now Pin View
that U
Miami Tuesday through Sunday says School. School Supervisor Leroy IDowdotn
of lut week. Recalling Hurricane "1_. U a itlmaUtlng ,. r", said that LaPrtd told \
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Dora. Austin Umated that Lake ) and hopes far a empM tarneat
Rep. Fuqun Will SpeakAt hIm. "everything In good fjItowdoln
OTHINKIHj City tent Un men into this am .( parent*, (sabers and ah. "
I Farm Bureau Meet for emergency work during tau Ihre, InUremUdPedestrian........... said that h* requested
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ouTLOUD Cngi **nnn Den rwa win flood payment of tie 1.121 per cent
b* lbs guest kpeaker, at lbs Austin wild that no power line Killed 01 ,lit |IM,114 .r.nWcl&.h. school
With lasts C. W' .d......... regwlar amiaal meeUng *f tb were ever down during the dU- ; system after the flood by tar OW
Bwwtnne c.-., Fan BareaaUnlgbt actor but that about 450 private and *ipi>cU the payment. as lOOn
(Tuesday) .! u.. homes and businesses had their I Is 1965 u the final audit la checked.
Road boadI. Agrieanwal Cen disconnected aaf. town ahem len rlghl *t tb* l..tn. KvalaallMi Center a. Eighth
ma.Fwgaa electricity at a Th major portion of M. school
Floridians will 10 to th.. poll will ineall at 1 pm, ty me4ur Moat were connected w rh begin .... week ar* Kenneth Descants of tb* riwlda Agrleattaral Iran&. mIan 1174000. gars

Ui Norember tad for a. IPfCiaJ- after a flab fry dinner which. again In a few day*. KiUntUa ..ntH. Robed. Dana, center maaagee, ItawardnnUth. Traffic Fatality for the high school aoMtruotlon.Th !
election caBed to amend obi eonthl. will beets at 4 p.a*. Water waa up to 20 feet in MOMrM Rural Area P.t .Up-nt vpeeUIM. and tamrie Smith, largest item to a govm- ,.
.utuUon of tU on aa *m- PU n .( *Mesa wttl be of town and eight to ten .........". .irb... by Da* State) Burton Frt. t,, U, local eo\or.1 ....ntal branch waa tlvtn to th
.tllC7 bslae held and dew Maw grrenwy. feet deep d w1It.ow1an4 now. eel man. wa killed sit", whr mar* than tlOOfloo of
fseseu 1cK the esm.rge'iU In ........* and all .tbeetol .ard 8reean4 Pta Avenue. about 10:10: ,.m. Thursday whe almost' IHO.OOO iranUd Lit Oak
*the eyes V.c ''Qoftr, lie>'dabnina .*...ld.,awr *n*,.ar* 1 .Iic (N' *, 2 pUMe4 en Fag l> Inrteatet Above ,Stale Arerage,. truck by an automobile on U1J ', WM spent an In* .w.r .,stem.
and Members M the. JI'kII'oIda j noM of Uv Oak, making th* The' ....a.IndnIndudt.. ''/|... 44
IIClalature sa the IoISnc hatm r tfthUi IraW totality. UU year In for utrWt 1 j
Tax Collections Here In; temporary repaliV which
thM road been UI1I Open Season FrhtaySuwanncc August ......v.* Counijr.Wetvtott .' M UU goingon.. and .anltotlondtarl .
building en Py-aa- fvy TM.*U,. driver sl .* cJearance, pumping. *ta
70'1-10 plan. I" aD IfCUanI of the Bulldogs To Play Show 8 Per Cent Increase the. tat model auto wa. not) Two mile* af ewer wwka had> t
state. road flied for outartp charged.. On paMenger waa with la b* *ompll ly replaaed. IN......'

...ftI1abIe road fund. deptt an Salea tax collection In Suwannee" County for August I Tldw.llrrtier big Vn Huren Street and par r
.. road budget, th. At StadiumWith was apparently walkingIn Urn In Ui* eotkm *f
... nutnc the Jasper Langford baud on July bualneaa Increased 8.96 per cent above the the road with. hi.* back to ar.'. town. northwest U A IIP and
gltlng ,
found In pal
leg tabtws figure for August 1964. according to a release by the State II. when TMwrin tr skidded
opportuniJTto 8. fin Avenue.
people of thin .tats about an It. only five Jettermen returning from coach Wy. Itev.nue Commlaaion. The total for the county wag |3J,. and hit him after just poring a url station* needed replacement .

do need omethlng for/ road .la akin to man Townael'g 1964 aquad. coach Will Roy Cooley ia. flrtu- I,,?65. compared with $29,151 one year ago j bul rat according to th* Sheriff .. end rewiring, dry well and
The echOOb found by th ally starting from scratch. he field. a 32-man team During the MOM period th '. Department. catch bailn were cleaned. out.
for
,u. Died admtoutrauon. against Jasper here Friday night. Rod Bowdoln. Chip even cent per gallon gaoUn Ul I Sheriff Duke MrCIIUUr and On new dry writ hJ been In-

pUTtI ftIIId!Br1a.D''I'b&I wM. silt .. a. mated Harris Wayne Cheney, Corky Binpham and Mike Ed. collection from Dream CeunlJInfused : FSU Circus Tickets Drputle M. J. fhllllp Jr,, and Milled downtown.

S bond Unil of 'IS .11- ward an the only vanity play about 11 per cent more Curtis Harrwll lneiUgtedMarthn Maya J. Marvin Phillip My
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degree the 8UU of Florida era returning from .Ut yearllearn. than one per cent shove th* *rerag I .e thai h* (feel.* Uv Oak now ha
lion Today Stead providing It* HulUog Ftp Rally rtaU ann..... Gasoline lairs I Sold By Shrinersi ..McFmlimilAVirnn aa adequate ewer ","m.
y sioU10 soon and IIIGN f5db. I At quarterback this year are To tie lead TonightA her amounted. to ......, In All'I A grant of I14.1M to the Hoard
'ywt>ssten blltwl'tduraUaft aa a. reJJS Rod Bowdola. Sidney Baker, andChip gutrtorlda' !I i for III* florid BUU / NFJC Mltor of County CommlMlonen. foraeunty
,' for cairn WPP"11 lurrl Halfbacka art ......g pep ran alp M 1 total Mir Ul collection \ University Clrcu went on sale Martha M.r.'..*.. daagblerf recovery ha ad been paid
., t"
achool ,Oeorg Buroham. BUT Quake hold tMrfgbl at fjMgfwd _ta. i In August wrr III.04.Oil Monday In Un Ok Th world ..,. Md Mr. r...*.. I. MrrUnd .. The. bulk of th* money WM spent
I bond for part th aucene 01 LwD Any Thrron BM*. Frank .<.>. brgtaatag at '.M with I.. tn InercaM of IM per e.nt.I I famous cirrus I* bring brought .. lave dub b.. been em county road, mainly In th*
juftt achool what bond tote bud -- ... I'Anew. Warn Sweat, Vera Robert two Meal Mini ..... .Th Mrs year collection July I II her by th Llv Ok fihrtn Mated ...IUe. .. Ibe *.*....l ....."' ctlon *f Buwanne

['!iT tegtalatar* ">e sums i *, Bmith. Corky Biapluu. Tb *.wa. t* teM...l to par.UrlaaU .through August total IM.U4.> Club and will perform *t Lang .....,...' at N.rib. tw... County. according to County En-
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sold work for rosde I dtId .Haut McJCMMen' and to .... rail,. with Ik. I GOt 10 or 111 pet cent over the '. ford Stadium on Saturday night, Isles. ('.....* .In M dlMHi.Mh IIIIHf Mitt CTM Bum. af the
peaedi JIg R IAndI0 r9UDII BUT Bridge* are fling the full- *>- .4.r... Rwaa. lllbBaad. :IMMOSlOe collected during the I October 10 *l I pn M.rrUnd.I ..,-..-.. und* went for drainage and
knoW caloCh uP I heck position and fMtaaB UM tram '.am. period Ut year Th ahow will Include tt least a ....w e .. FbI Theta Kpp .anlUUon.Th .
tt\t SS.totheMat.hadtob. 1 There ar* three enter Jerry SI.SpAw. I Total collection from the I M art, Incliuting Ug*. aerial *. ..... ,ed .. Ib* Sip Npr .. County Health Department
Iced Twnrr, )ilk* Mocker and Clyde Caek WIll Roe Credep sill Is. .per' cent Whole**!* Sporting I. Irapeae. and clown shag Th eenl .f Ibe ....... ...,. received IJ4T1 for repair. malrlU .
devleed.Wlrn ,Sparing: tour guard Bales trMlor* ... INS Pulse lena Goal Ti. July through Auguit. rmj prow ha alUacied wld*< i iIIIt'Nd cud WM en pklleU.. clans and moxiuJto tontrolIN .
-. ;jcmlgan. Mark Ora tll11. CarlMoor deicing the ....,. reached IR1J1147 for a decre* e 'I st.nUc i. apptanng on at Mwaane Mlb ........ .. I nlteaed *<* r.,. SIir >>
the ...... w deal tl*$< I *, and Mike Edward At Flu 8eekildI C..h 11esJame Of IM per cent below th* IH1.tlllt I Mat.>lo. iMMt network ..lnll... -- -- --
proposed I I found a great tackle art Wayne Cheney. Bonny trill speak .! a Mrefs collected In the MAM pert III lo toured Europe .lt *um>
no I
Uult with It for thr i yoble:: .**. ".......,. Hank Rat. ef Ik.* B.Ba.g IU.0o and od a year 5o.Oarune ",/ifi Ilmltl I'ritgram l'igsar.1
to th propoial for/ lhlThla Bff Larry _.... and Ite*) their ales. f.O..tag lfc.. pep 1 Ul corWHor for Au. merTkketo may b* obtained from

eauntI attfuh approacft wee dlagabtat I Footo. Hank RalUfl recently cal, at a bwWetw beef gurt touted III4MJMM. an ln I an, member of the Uv. Oak State Koad Hoard Member Says <.1
..,.U. In fact. 1 wrote an hicks bill arm but win prrtaMy pre to UM ... ... III** creaM *f III per tent orer th* I I I Bhrtn pub or at th* U,.' Oak .
lot
aerial lire proposal 'airs MU n'lawr to Ih* *taan.End Isb.sS Car........ IIJIIJ444 for Augurt IN4 I IN* I r-u..... **i rg irSutntnnee
decided to a toore InferasUribdsn at : for th* Bulldog ar* RayOarbia. Our.Laning Is Safety Necessityflorid
n mInI IL As a .-aI& I Alvin rortner, Johnny I
a.k1nI hurt ttoDa and IoISN tM. I C.stisue .. Pg II : Bulldog ,fan It ya I only hop af Mtohtng U* .Utlon* Sites kite our stall '
heie.Uy and faWy at facts, I | on providing sale primary\ I awry year Btiy I Imp,
hound that to b* .anab and Nb.4.olely feaffir I "*.. 'fit1diaM and f i-t. .f all acchlenu said three MIl

b .bal rr f. this.j Lions Club a Oft U through th. propot..! tWO .f ..'" four. raffle fatalities.
......,. I seeded 101sa./ million highway laiprovemem IM*. S (*.Uaed M Pg SIi
Undani 1 bund law, IhU diMrkt't Slate
Jost that '''' !I Gets Concession Road Board embr ha fast a
.BMd on the prae.' ayMm .ihndleil !JafUonvtn aurae" ..lwbI i fcw State Hoad
rosds ID J"toI1da." 1& will 'I Fair 1r I c W Beaufort. BUB ......... I II r
tit teeny a moilon lefor. V. date At County fro<<** District I. tuld the ramang* : \
"*',t will Mrs helmet eiose1ln I Hub U.t the bond 'lOt'' Set For (Ridding '
I ..... Ch* wee ,
.. suet ....,....., -- .. sisal I ttvt Oak la> operaU the r...i,tr* .n .tti*... tn Ita"1 I i
penalarton
rrvw. fater than 1JIrW'a..fIIW. granted Mend bn Use*. In ft M sill ttaelyformal I i Btd will be r"'lt414Wmbe,
Ctanty. That V-*. ..... Dore drtnk and food aonmrfcui fair lo b* a .htk. ef I 1.4 rots agaflMt. M on four and one-half atlle* ofM
aid mw d bars road. mo** farW at the annual county fairrgankMUarT .&... road.11.345. b.len
aID e4 1 IGPIe will UT, beU her at month by fir I Beaufort Mid Past Florida tan glt.4 and Blt<4S iMiftti .f Branford -
Jam es bm to Bu. ..nne* board of The enctartan d*** not tat* tr of .M* highway ne.U according to Ih* Seal Road

a.cr wetted fg flan 1*IftitII1'ba" club nartnfi Md Prtday wee dctrmlned noon. .. b* II I II with the spproalaalely |M ", d. I prtMrnt dialfkl) rimes In
U e.NaidV. B. 121 avbmttudTh ban nriuflr from pre nt IM*. Lake City
randcB9tty bt.. of tM Maw
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aa a* ta pnrrtd. thlacnj the wffl b* "lane ..*... "In IIM. es per cent ). D Wrd Sup engineer said
watt' badly weeded. dusts MiHtan agreement I of age rod wen tn crilkal enn.dllton TuMdty that Ih* &. .unlrMt

and road*.so burs eowU*** tornBBwaM ,fecttv yes three from 1Ssrtasisatees the fair .*. ,"*f,t,..... After epMMttngt ; earn nest in prkwtty. to this dto-
** to this i...l. been head Isla.. Owbrtad t mUlbm a. yea". achy abM4t 41 Irtel.
toe : le IbIII nsrds w M crTbn otiatM. .Sul and detaflee UM U* ...,.*. per enl *f the** ar. to rrHttalMtdllMi. .111i C A Meyer Pavan Cora,.., it
and aWitt lit ether word. **<"t Orlando WM awarded Ih* eon
sic soda, Ja chic. plats situ t her Mrtracft Taaday for mgbt Ih* thrr** year w* M* falling farther ** I I 1 tract for a *M srd.n..haLI mU
r-ny toads u.a tied lout.tseres'lied ***. drafted. hid B* .. are to deeper*!. eased *ui. *tM*.oach road from BuMAM +
ftWDI.. MuaaMSc UMOJwswent .M, pertad to being to HaaflUkf *f "' ***.. from th* |Me -ill River Stele Park te U. B.M .

eremn tea .aee- hopad Sdadison f fcbool, gfcOtfr and tafayttt Ceantw* ....-. ....... ...... ..... *. fi..4 sew heft U MINI" t+* r Ork.Imfrb. : .u.,. Feels'. pose load. lure to four-lane. IJ4IOe .. M. *f I4J.740.

.r-; aaha sill b* invited t* tM fee tall CAe Jeer FWwe" Own Bmb*.. B.d Roasts. aid Keys ....*. ....odHgM mew WI N ."ef tasty roads .to the Bid. will b* r*.i4 to Jnuary -
IM4 14 mile Mule road
Appral wffl .. km M bUnday. 'Triads *fwdnday Glee OHtnl** <.. ..*.. OwJBeay SWv Bridge* Maett Oooleeg. ......*. Carl Mote. slate. en a
bead bur tar road pwUM -.. tests have fowWn fM4eN to ran aorta from Hikbvth noafIh
aut. t* t.tp **ay ---- .,elgu a* tsP wet *' firma BM*. Rams If.>..*, sod OH* fpri *. lab. 'S row left t* eMi IMrr ......... .... 14 w* want I* *.u. ..ea *et Ih* eastern border *f Bwwann*
a. to nortda fast M w .iesMbed I a r Milt a( board, action. Free. wads Btdaey Baa r.. XV* ..*... It*.* Allen ....*e AeWr. Meat ...-<<+*... **. .... ....... uutrtffU faUtttta. whisk If Cannty.On .

estth a.L N she 17.a IJI.I twa fat .**".*.. ..?. ..W._.be..drku.d 1epls. .... *.. IrA .. titled C4p Karri W..... 0.-.,. leery Tape C.-., Btagdka. .**. B>. raM Bay they entliM.* a* th* .prewnl *r*. further Male load *antngf .
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TbM then MM aBo., bt Brash j I t C.SSliaed M M rag l) c.w. B.* IteK a4 Wrrm Jwdtsa. tP.**...... Staff ,bite, ... ** ld mars ill turM wb* 'bt )(*. C........ *n7 > r... 't
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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 16, !

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That Suwannee County, Florida


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Rigltt To WorkIt Swine Center Means Progress 191519401955Taken

is not within! our scope to comment critically! The Florida Swine Evaluation Center at Live ByDoyle

on the settlement of the steel labor dispute PresI- Oak, which will begin operations tomorrow, represents t E.

dent Johnson thinks it is great, and his heavy hand a major step in a continuing program for improving s Conner'Most From Tae Files Of

was instrumental In bringing a swift end to the the quality of Florida-grown hogs

negotiations. We have our misgivings about his The new center, which will operate under the of us are becoming accustomed THE 'SUWAMVEE DEMOCRAT ,
to the "Think Young",
methods, but they are definitely the LBJ methods. direction of Kenneth Durrance of the Florida Agricultural I --
"Go Ho" themesof
Young", "Young ,
We expect that some members of the Senate Extension Service, is intended to help hog
about the repeal of modern advertising. It appears 1915The Coach Charles Duncan an- George N. Collins was elected
will have second thoughts now growers improve their breeding practices, to raise that
merchandising appeals are
Section 14B of the Taft-Hartley Act. This is the the quality and performance of market hogs Any being geared heavily toward City Council met last night nounced that the opening Bulldog commander of Suwannee American
will be Belles Schoolof
section which gives the states the right to enact Florida hog producer will be eligible, If space is youth. (Wednesday) and levied the same game Jacksonville against here Legion Post No. 107 last week
September
I replacing A. R. Ortffls.
laws against the closed shop. Florida has a "right available and qualifications are met, to submit test It's true to a large degree, and mlllage as last year, 15 mills. Also, 27.

to work" law which would be nullified by repeal of groups of animals from which the center will develop there are important reasons why the Council appropriated $700 for Directors of' the Suwannee
of a health officer to be
'''! advertisers back the expenses
14B recommendations for improving feeding calendar. are turning hired jointly by the county, city, 1955 County Chamber of Commerce
vot-
The House of Representatives has already practices, parasite controls, and other aids to Improving The most and the State Board of Health. Florida Senate President Turner have set October 4 as the date
ed for the repeal, and the Senate Labor Committee the animals for market. populous generation Davis told the Live Oak Lions for the annual meeting of the
our has known is
country
approved a bill on it last week. Now it appears that The Center was one of six programs recom- about to become a ever major force in Teachers at Dempsey and Hall Club Friday that. If South Florida trade board. New directors for the I Il, I II Iv

a number of senators have screwed up0thelr cour- mended by the Developing Agricultural Resources American marketing This year School Miss Sallie Scott and Miss were given control of the Senate Chamber have been nominated.

age to fight it, and we hope they succeed. Effectively DARE) Committee for the bettermentof there are 23 million young adults Nellie Mills, were entertained the state's system of checks and Chamber President Louie C

The concentration of power in national labor the state's swine Industry.It in the marriageable age group along with their students at a fish I balances would be destroyed. Wadsworth and Jaycee PresidentBen
This administration is appar- fry at Scott's Ferry. About 150 Gilmore are automaticallyboard
unions is awesome. carries forward a program of improvement ranging from 18 to 25. I
ently going to do everything in its power to augment Initiated about 15 years ago which brought Floridaup World War II babies are coming people attended the party and enjoyed U. S. Senator George Smath- offices.members due to' their present .

that. power. The upward spiral of wages and from near the bottom in hog production to rank of age, and advertisers recognizethis bathing, boat-rowing, and"kodaking" ers, speaking to combined meetIngs .
accelerating, with the retired maturing group as a poten- of Live Oak Lions Rotary,
livin gcosts is now 23rd in the nation, with a gross annual farm valueof
and those earning a fixed Income suffering tial marketing gold mine. Manu- Kiwanis and Jaycees said thatif
persona about $14-mHllon. Florida hog production is the Books On Kennedy
facturers are attempting to Iden- Joe Crozier, who lives near President Eisenhower should
the brunt at present. largely centered in North Central Florida. FeedIng tify their products with Big Bend on the Suwannee River, decide to seek a second term it In the 12 months following the
Repeal of 14B Ia not in the interest of the and management experiments conducted dur- spenders, and a number of young major killed Monday what la believed to would be difficult to stop a Republican assassination of U. S. President

working man. Rather, it is in the Interest of unions. ing that time have demonstrated that Florida'spotential advertising campaigns for Item be the largest rattler that has ever I victory Dr. J. D. Martin John P. Kennedy In November of

There is a distinction, because there are many, for hog production is much greater than ranging from soft drinks to automobiles been seen in Florida. He Klwanis president, presided, andJ. !' 1943. more than 50 volumes were
many laborers who are nonunion and who wish to has yet been realized. The new project which will have adopted the "think brought the snake to town and L. McMullen Introduced Breath published on some aspect of his

remain independent. be inaugurated tomorrow should prove another young" philosophy measured it to 19 and one-half ers. life.

Left to their own consciences and choices, we tremendous boost toward fuller realization of that Perhaps related to this increase feet. It had 23 rattles and a but

cannot help believing that the majority of Congress potential, and the development of maximum quality in young- adults is the fact that ton.
.a
would like to see 14B retained. But LBJ has in the animals being grown for the market.It working wives are contributingmore

the stick, and he knows how to use it to bring the is another example of the almost infinite variety than ever to the family budget 1940

lawmakers around to his point of view. in possibilities for growth offered by Florida, particularly in the upper I

It would be refreshing and encouraging to seethe which holds out promise of an exciting and middle income ranges, $7,000 County Agent S. C. Klerce said
un- 115.000. In this group, marriage that at least 100 entries are expected i
Senate act just once this session as If it were Imited future.
partners other than primary for the annual Fat Hog
capable of making its own
an Independent body,
-Florida Times-Union breadwinners are contributing 14
Show to be held at F1etcher'sStock
decisions even when such decisions are not exactly per cent. of family income Yard Wednesday -. No. 2 Inahosou my friend In any way that I can

what the President wants. A 1965 survey by a major sales 6 4-Chome. Kudan, to make up for this extra benefitto

Is that too much to ask? Space Exploration No Came management magazine reported Officer W. H. Williams tendered Chlyods-ku, Tokyo me.

-Milton Frew-Gazette This newspaper joins with all Americans in applauding that one-fifth of all households the City Council his resignation Japan I got the idea of writing to a ,
I a a the successful journey through space of fall Into this bracket accountingfor from the police force Thurs Aug. 17, INS newspaper editor from the Youth 1

Astronauts Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad. 38 per cent of total effective day His place was filled by Wiley Council for International Contactat
Marriage Gain Continues buying Income.At Byrd. Dear Editor: 20 1-Chome. Jimbo-cho, Chl-
marriage The eight-day trip demonstrated beyond successful I am a Japanese boy. I am 18 yoda-ku. Iic
Americans and Canadians are on a the other end of the spectrum Tokyo Japan. This orjtganlsation I
spree which la setting continuous records in both dispute that the United States stands at the lies a true luxury market, Live Oak Elks celebrate three years old. I would like very muchto of which I am member II II I
threshold of even more sensational exploits in the have a friend of my own age In has thousands of
countries. In the United States last year, 1,731,000 represented by around one mil years of fraternalltm when they student]
marriages wee performed for an increase of f.& months and years ahead. lion families earning over $25,000 meet at their remodeled lodge your country. I am writing to you members all over Japan and tries
However, much of the publicity during and In the hope that you may be able to promote international friendship -
sixth
cent over 1963. It was the consecutive Tuesday night for a Ladles' Night
per -
for marriage increases since the historic 120 orbit journey leaves this As American families become to help me get m touch with a 'and,..undarstendiof.I II II

year in Canada, the number of marriages in 1964 newspaper more than faintly disturbed more affluent they are becoming Wilbur BeD was elected president young person who may wish toha.e am very much In favor of ie I
in
friend here.
Instead more a pen this aim and I think I can helpto
of quality-conscious. This
reporting the scientific achievements of the 1(40-41 senior class at
to a high of 141,000 almoat an 8 per cent increase I would like to
rose What do U to
all too many facets of the new media hand- trend Is evident in modern food Suwannee High School Tuesday. make this a peaceful and -
in.one year. led preferences Other officers Johns exchange information and views friendly world by being a good lt
the ,
flight as if Its sole are Byron
purpose were to outdo
Not all areas of the United States participatedin Soviet Russia To meet the demand for hlahI vice president: Kathleen Tsacrl- about school life and dally life friend to someone In another
the marriage growth rate. Pennsylvania led the Glaring headlines and smug commentaries and to swap stamps, picture country. I will be gratefulto
I quality foods, a number of food oa, secretary: ; Bernice Lee treasurer very -
list with an Increase of 12.7 per cent, but three stressed this and that record had been 'chains are starting to fly fresh ; Sara Lou Chlldress. reporter postcards or even thing made at you If you can help to put m* lI-
states Arkansas, Massachusetts, and Montana broken as Cooper and Conrad whirled in space. produce to market.. ; and Lavergne Mlxon. chair school.: Writing and reading in In touch with someone who wantsto
To this newspaper It seems flights merely to I English will be very helpful to me do the same 1i
and the District of Columbia recorded declines. Although air transportation Is man.
No studies thus far have revealed the underlying break records and thus possibly humble the still somewhat plagued by the cost In studying the English language -"Jr, J
pride of the Russian Bear Is a costly indeedto barrier, the number of homemak- 60 I will try hard to be of use to Aaha Tales J
,reasons for marriages, to). suddenly blossom way. [ Florida Is In on the ground
fight a cold war. era willing to pay a little higher floor of the trend to
out at an increase rate twice that of general popu- quality pref
If space exploration is price for choice produce Is rapidly t
lation growth and maJntaJn'the pace over a pro- a game in which the erence. Aa the SunFLAvor pro-
1
tracted period, but the reasons really are not hardto United States seeks to gain points over the Muscovites increasing.Air gram continues to gain impetus, BEFORE YOU BUY_ WHY NOT TRY 1I
freight Is used
surely some cheaper game perhaps Old primarily homemakers throughout the nation
find. Maid or Mumblypeg would be for extra-long hauls. Produce will learn to rely t
equally effective. on products MORRELL
Young persons more than, ever have a lack of Items, out-of-season regionally, SALVAGEPlywood t
Until bearing the seal
this nation quits equating action as consistently
modern society. School dropouts, and every be r
security in can left in the fields to ripen
and every accomplishment on the basis of how it superior foods.Trailer
even some high school graduates, find employment naturally and transported thousands Paneling Mirror .Several Sixes
will affect the connivers in the Kremlin. America f
requirements rising beyond their attainments of miles by air while In the
Breakdowns in parental discipline, cauesd by a will always be on the defensive in the cold war bloom of freshness. Harbor I Molding Bath Tub I

more mobile family 'life, have left a large numberof maneuverng.And Along with developments In air Aluminum Siding Sink J I
teenagers without the proper direction in life. well bet that the Russians really don't transportation are vast Improvements FOR MOBILE HOMES :
give a plugged kopeck about records for records in truck and rail facilities, STATE: APPROVED AND Door Lavatories t
The threat of military service which hangs for I
sake. all of which improve the qualityof INSPECTED Formica
over young males has had a strongly Upholstery Material J
many years
Unless their scientific perishable foods when they PATIOS FOR EACH
unsettling effect in planning futures, preparingfor the accomplishments advance reach the supermarket TRAILER SPACET'ILIPHONB I Bath Tile Cabinet Hardware t
of
cause World
Communism
they justaren't
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careers and contemplating marriage Certainly : : AND
the pressure of heavy world problems has added to Interested In playing games of ring-around Recognition of this trend toward CABLE TV AVAILABLE AND MANY OTHER ITEMS

the need for an escape. rosie, or "record, record, whose got the record", quality-consciousness is one Caner .* Bryan St. a4 I t

Not all of the marriage Increase can be accounted And neither should the United States Wars, of the main reasons the Sun- N. AmnaIf., WAYNE MORRELL a

for by those seeking an un-attainable security hot or cold, aren't won by counter-punching, or FLAvor Seal of Quality Programwas HOWARD WRIGHT

an escape but that such motives do chanting "My rocket !Is better than your rocket". created by the Florida Department Oww* and Operator I Few M0e Wed ..... City Oa p..a....at gad F
362-1303 TELEPHONE 752-3910 a
-Auburndale Stare of Agriculture
have bearing indicated by the marked Increase C
Food shoppers have less time
in marriages over an already strong trend which -. 1
to "bargain hunt" these days, and
occurred in September 1183, when married men
All Crostetl Up the necessity for "store hopping"

were deferred torn the draft. Candidate for the moat humorous thing to to compare prices has about dis

The test of any.marriage is its lasting quality. happen last week was the announcement that Sea- appeared. Homemakers are learning

Judging by some of the motives promoting wedding board Air Line Railroad had received public'safety to seek out dependable brands

bells today, the path ahead for many couples taking award from the National Safety Council. and marketing symbols on whichto

their vows will be anything but a honeymoon The award was based on the tact that SAL rely for quality.

of roses produced a film on rail crossing safety devices and The SunFLAror program was YAC Tl hSr
Floridan Marianna overall highway designed to take the guesswork
safety. out of food shopping It la not a
This Is particularly Ironic In the light of Sea- brand or trademark, but a seal of
Bar Heatl Hits DemonstrationsThe board's long record In Dade County of poor cooper approval guaranteeing high quality -

President of the American Bar Association ation In Installation of these same devices to the consumer.

speaking at the association's annual convention It la apparent from the film that Seaboard SunFLAvor is not owned by

recently gained national attention when he doem't practice what It preaches crossing safety. any grower or group of produers.

placed the rights of cltlaens to be free of criminal -TImes. Coral Gables It Is the property of the State of

attack ahead ct the constitutional rights of persons Florida Department of Agriculture
If It weren't for Edison which sets and enforces high
accused of crimes we'd all be watching
This statement drew tremendous applause TV by candlelight. Ilyades Hurricane Fleet P.O. quality bearing standards the seal for products

from'delegates to the convention, which Is somewhat N.Y. Producers using the SunFLAvor

unusual at such conventions. Delegates also seal must be licensed and products

applauded heartily when President Lewis F. Powell shipped under the programare

Jr. declared that: The Suwannee DemocratOF Inspected to Insure that quality '. .h

"An ordered society cannot exist if every man standards are met.

may determine which laws he will disobey and if LIVE OAK, FLORIDA As well as being aa expedientfor

techniques of coercion supplant due process. The ",n th. lead oJ th* 5._..,..* Riper VKf the food shopper, BunFLAvor! '
courts and legislative halls, rather than the streets, was created as a marketing tool If you had a stimulating vacation trip the melody lingers
for the
agricultural Industry
must be the places where differences are reconciled BANNER Consolidated LEADER
and individual rights ultimately protected. Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1888 on. NOW is the time to guarantee a delightful vacation
Powell was referring to the lawlessness and Published. Evwy n.....' at Pine ,a Cornier gtr! .t SunFLAvor serve aa a marketing

crime which is raging 1n many metropolitan cen- Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher umbrella under which Florida's trip year. regular deposits into your Savings Account at

ters, and to sit-in demonstrations which are often T. A, Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor finest fruits, vegetable,
tarred on In violation of valid laws, as a means of Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor be eggs promoted and other commodities can the Commercial Bank will do it.COMMERCIAL.

coercion Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager Aa a marketing symbol.. Sun-
His words came at a crucial point in United George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman FLAvor' can be promoted on a
States history, when many are being misled by the scale
Impossible to attain by In*
Second Class
claims of various movement leaden that they can Postage Paid At Live Oak, Plortda dividual growers or groups.

obey good laws and disobey bad ones, using their SUBSCRIPTION Suwanne County; ".00 Response to the program has
own Judgment to decide which are good law and RATES: Outside Buwannee County; $aOQ been gratifying SunPLAvor has

which are not depending upon the popularity of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable to been welcomed enthusiastically by
Advancer
their cause to override all objections. key food buyers In major markets.

The words are also appropriate at a time when Consumers at teat in-star promotions BANK

the rights of persons accused of crimes seem to begetting MEMBER OP voiced grateful acceptance -. .

more attention and sympathy than the Florida Urea Association of the program Van and J OF LIVE OAK
more the
growers are reeognlstnc
I
right ot.citizens to be tree from criminal attacks "
SCWANNXE COUNTY unique benefits afforded by the
aDd lawlessness, On both counts the nation must SunFLAvor program, and. are LIVE OAK. FLORIDAp

take stock. : and. put Its house la order. Chamber c._ signing up to ship crops bearing ... .

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1965 DEMOCRAT. LIVZ OAK FLORIDA PAGE THREE


I Miss Rosita Ann HurleyMr. Miss Land Feted
(9f9 I Soclely Jews utfication 7oiicIJ
'fhI -... ... With A LuncheonThe f
< -.{ .
home of Mrs. Tom Cheekon
,t.! Beverly Street was the settingfor A new policy pertaining to society new In this newspaperwill

WOM&N a luncheon Wednesday at become effective immediately It was announced this week.

I ..; 12:30: honoring Mist Martha The new rules are as follows:
Land bride-elect, when Mr.
1. Wedding and social information submitted more than 10
Cheek, Mr* George Day and Mr
\
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor ,',"' Danny B. McCrlmon entertainedfor DAYS after such events occur will be reported only in brief form
her. and will Include only those Items deemed necesary' to Identifythe

Summer flower were placed at Individuals or event.
Miss!' Greene, Mr. Touchton Exchange: Vows In vantage point In the home. I I
2. Bridal publication forma will be provided brides and prospective -
Ceremony At Advent Christian Church .7.7a The dining room table was centered brides on request. Request can be made either by tele.

Miss Mary Ethel Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with a floral design of lavender phone or by letter. Forma will be mailed on request
Willie Green and Larry Albert Touchton son of Mr. and and white carnations.
Mrs. Cecil S. Touchton were united in marriage on Sep ( Centering the mall luncheon 3. One bridal picture or engagement will be used without
tember fifth at four o'clock in the afternoon in the Advent I table were miniature pink charge and must be not over 4xi in slxe. Oloaay print must be

Christian Church with the Rev. Clarence S. Parker officio bridesmaid, with bridal place provided and this newspaper reserve the right to determine
card marking the of the
I atlng at the double ring ceremony i' places whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut
i ding and reception were Mr. and ai guests.. The honoree's place was for use in the newspaper.
Mrs. J. C. Easterllng. Lake Worth. designated by a miniature bride
One fifteen branch candelabra
Mrs. Frank Bowie and Patsy doll.On 4. If more than one picture la submitted and used a charge
flanked by two eight branch cane "
del bra. all holding burning Cathedral Bourle. Jacksonville Mr*. Theron the buffet was a honeycombbride. will be made to cover the coat of the additional cut used.
Abbott and Harlow Abbott Mayo S
taper of white two large Patricia and James Wade Chief Each of the hostesses presented B, In reporting social' item It I Ia requested that married
and
of white gladioli
floor basket
land Mr. and Mrs. A. P. OTCelly. Mill Land with a gin. women be Identified. by their husband's name, not by their
porn formed pon the mum letting and for potted the nuptial palms Norman Park. Oa. and Mr, and Present with the hostesses and Christian names This applies especially to reports of women's
I Mrs. Henry M. Touchton Clear the honoree were Mrs. Drew orranlutlona.S. .
I gOwaMrs. water.WMU. Land, mother of the honoree. Mr*.
Wendell Lewis, pianist
s ,. C. V Bchoppe.: Mr. James Clayton Deadline for Items to be used on the Woman' Page must
played the traditional wedding
a 1 marches and accompanied Mr, Mrs Wjrman Harvard 8r, be turned In to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10:00: am.
Howard Wright soloist, a. she Officers Mrs Jack Mott, Mr*. Frank Futch each Tuesday morning,
Jr.. Mr. Elsie Williams, Mrs.
"
InstalledThe
sang 0 Perfect Lovs". "Walk Chairman Edward Mulllns and Mrs. Tommy 7. Telephone number of the Democrat for all new la 3631734. -
Hand In Hand", and "The Wedding Woman's Missionary Unionof .
Scott:
Prayer". the First Baptist Church meat
Miss Elisabeth Jackson, maid of 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 7th -
honor and the bride' only attendant for their regular monthly ezecu

wort a gown of lilac taffeta ties board meeting with Mrs. J and Mrs John E. hanky ef Live Oak announce the en.gagement THESE AND These And
overlayed with French mar- preslding. -
W. Massengtll. president
ef their daughter, R UU Ann U Roland W. Duprrailt,
quesette featuring a short train Styles At Our
MO ef Mr and Mr. Herman M. LEVI
Doperaalt ef Lake City
of the same. Her headpiece wa arose Plan for the coming year were
of lilac illusion. Miss Jackson made. Following the board meeting The we4dlng will lake pure October first at the home ef the Men's Department

carried a nosegay of pink a general meeting was held rld..
carnations. and the following officer ..ndchal.nMn Store"s
Cecil Touchton served his son were elected and Installed
WSCS WorkuhoiM AnTo Hr Ilcld
best Ushers Gerald
as man. were for the coming year -
Brim and Lamar Nash Jr. Mr*. J. W. Massenglll. president I The first of two Work shops to tlon from the "Study of the nook :t11

The bride was escorted to. the ; Mrs. O. B. DeeM 8r. vice be conducted by officers of the. of Acts Then and Now" Mrs. I .......
altar by her father and given In president: Mrs. Dave Austin see I Tallahassee district Woman's So- Donald Padgett of Chaltahoo- .. ...... .......... .....
marriage. retary: Mrs. M. H Hlngson. clety of Christian Service will beheld chee district secretary of program "Your Friendly
Miss Oreene chose for her wedding treasurer; Mrs. John Casileberry at John Wesley Methodist I. materials, will be in chargeof

a gown of bridal satin with a pianist; Mr*. Oeorge Allen, prayer Church. Tallahassee Thursday, the literature room. .,
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fitted bodice and elbow length chairman; Mrs. Ralph Cox. September 23. The second will be Mrs. Robert Peter I II president r ._ .
sleeve The controlled bell skirt stewardship chairman; Mr Thursday, September JO. In the of the John Wesley Woman' Society
was enhanced with a detachable 'Charlie Webb mission study; Live Oak Methodist and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillip
chapel train attached to a ChsnUlly Mr*. W. M. Jernlgan. program; Lions win begin at Church.IIt'.j: I ls president of the Live Oak Society.
lace cummerbund. The bridal Mr*. Homer Doff community theme Is "Mission .
gel of silk illusion was caught to a missions: Mrs. A. R. Murphy tian's Calling- All Methodist minister within
satin row sprinkled with seed publications: Mrs. E. 8.: Conner Presiding will be Mrs. E. V.I I the Tallahassee district and al
1 pearl Her bridal bouquet was of flower and publicity: Mr*. J. K. Fisher of Tallahassee who was members of the Woman's Societyof
lilies of the valley centered with Oaskln. personal ministries chairman recently elected president of the Christian Service are Invited to I an orchid. ; Mrs. C. W. Clayton chil district succeeding Mr*. W Clyde participate In either of the work I
i Mrs. Oreene wore for her dren's home chairman; Mrs. lAm Dempsey of this city who resignedfor shops.
daughter's wedding a mo** rose Hughes social chairman; Mrs. reasons of health. Women members are asked to
embossed brocade with a matchIng Melvin Wright, card chairman; Dr. Oeorgt Poster pastor of bring a sandwich lunch A nursery
hat and beige accessories. Mrs. O. C. Bryant telephone the Trinity Church Tallahasseewill will be provided for preschool v
She wore a white carnation cor chairman. Circle chairmen are lead the Plenary session using age children. Now! Heavyweight /
Mr. John Perry. Mr. Reece as his subject "Mission In Three c c
sage.Mrs.. Touchton wore a blue em- Brown. Miss Bertie Mae RobIn. Dimensions".
bossed brocade with blue accessories son Mrs. II. O. Penuel. Mr Women Society discussion ttinl Of Thank.
and a pink carnation corsage. James Long and Mrs. H. B. group leaders will be Mrs D. U
Wooley; Auxiliary leaden are Hood. Mrs. Ouy Thomas, Mrs. We wish to thank each and
Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Johnston. Y W. A. John T Bewell 8r. ef Tal1aha_.' everyone, especially the Doctor
Mrs. Greene entertained with a director: Mrs. Berne 8wm,. O. A. i Mrs. Lyon B. Crosby of Oreens and Nurses, for kldnesaea show
reception In the Educational director: Mr*. Harvey Perry, In- born and Mra. Paul Stewart of during the Illness, and death or
Building ot the church. I termdelate O. A. counselor; MM Petry our loved one, "
Mrs. Junes K. Wade aunt ef I O. B. Deeee Jr" Junior O A I Mrs. a M. Strom of Qulney will The Family ef I J. .
the bride, poured punch. Mrs counselor: Mr*. Nancy Allen, Primary close the work shops with devo Mrs. Annie t.' Morgan l'. -' ...
Thomas C. EasterHng and Mr*. Sunbeam counselor: Mrs .,; 1'1
Albert AHbritton. aunts of the 1 I Tom Abercrombie. Beginner Sunbeam I IElI'S.
bride served cake. Connie Touchy counselor: and Mrs Nathan :
ton sister of the groom presided Woo...,. Mrs. Oamett Hunter lUK's fsliiofMmie. for Fall 1965 shows the 3"|>|MW surer .
over the bride1 book. I I!and Mr. B. W. Oeese. assistant of (wither wool Ju.il.U-Li.it. carrying' you through many ;
Floor hostesses were Mrs. Larry counselors. b.My day. A rlawie' Jac ket cover a tress short aWvmlevetUou .. .
Odom. Mrs. Henry The Rev. Charlie Webb. pastorof ** with shiny button and a softly) flipped| lie, la
Mrs Ruler Clayton Miss rvt.om'l I the church. installed the officers '.-rquoise, olive green and brow.
Awry, Mis Sybil Avery MU' with an impressive service depicting 8NYLONFORTIFIED
Eunice Alibritton. and Mrs. J. W. I each officer u a star. The
Oaston. theme being "Ood Make' A w
Following a wedding trip to Star". ,
Albany and Norman Park OaJ The society presented the president ,
the couple win reside at JOSParshley and secretary with a gift of
Street. silver In appreciation of service ]irthc

Mrs. Touchton graduated hut for the past year
Suwannee High School In IMS a* Following the meeting a social LJ
an honor student hour was enjoyed with refreshments girl who
"'r. Tourhton graduated from being served' by UM social
Suwannee High School In 1N4. committee. Mrs. Henry Skinner knowsclothes
attended North Florida Junior! chairman of the committee, presided DOUBLE KNEE
College and a member of Phi i at the punch bowL /
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PACE FOUR DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER is, 19C3


I First Hops fir' I,'n?
Sp e YOUR HAlTH.( .. Fuqua Urges Seniors To A)1plI, jI


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By LESTER L. COLEMAN, KD. I Congressman Don Fuqua urges him In Washington D. C., and a "We have outstanding youn
young men who are now seniors formal
application would be furnished men from all parts of our district

jThese) Are Your Questions In high In school attending and who West are Point.Interested immediately present attending" Fuqua all three noted academies"and ,f

aer
Annapolis, or the Air Force Aeadrmy vice
to make their applications Hairdressers Mr careers following graduatio,
WHAT causes an excess works Is not known but It seems are rewarding to the gradual.
during the month of
amount of hair on the lips and to relieve the pain and promote ; September. Tuesday September) 7 and to the nation. I am hoppfu
Pointing out that he will name :
face of young: women? faster healing: I that many more young men
I This condition, called hlrsu 555 M4 ot leant one young man from the The Suwannee Valley hairdressers make application for win!
consid _
district to each of the academies m
tlsm, can be caused by an Imbalance Is there really an ''uJcertype" Association Affiliate No. tlon during this month."
Fuqua' Mid that he was most In. 17 8.22.
met Tuesday night
of the hormones that personality? Fuqua said that formal .
UTmUxi In having all young menInt."tl'd September T, at the Town and upolntments
are secreted by the endocrine The characteristic stomach wp. would be made
Elands. I "ulcer type" Is a thin, energetic, 4 In such appointments Country Beauty Salon. Lake City January of 1968. .r.

Sometimes It Is severe emo- bright-eyed, hlgh-strun, tense (o be considered. with President Mattie Riley pre w .
'v_" Uonal stress person. 1 "It U our policy to arrange for siding..

.. { that further up- But ulcers are foolers. They a physical/ examination and for I Dug to the small attendance Excellent water repellent fab.. r

kf seta the delicate occur even In apparently well- applicants 'to take a Civil Service there was no business meeting' I can be made of cotton.

"e and may sonalities. the bent qualified applicants." Riley were Mrs. Odessa Moses
l j b e responsible e e Fuqua noted "and I am most interested and Mrs. Dola Hall of Branford USEFUCO

:'I for the produce What is Impetigo Is It contagious In having additional I applications and Mrs. Mona 1. Coats and Mrs.
t tlon of excess ? i Naturally It takes time Ruth Lunsford of Lake City.

| hair Impetigo is an exceedingly and preparation for these tests The next meeting win be on

N This, then, contagious akin condition. It which are helpful to the applicantand October 9tli at the Red Barn

Dr. Coleman becomes the occurs mostly In children, but In making final decisions on Restaurant Lake City, for a Brand
basis for the occasional adults are not Immune to it. these appointments, and we are dutch treat dinner for Installa I

use of specific hormones Small clusters of blisters appear asking that those young men Interfiled tics ceremonies of all new and

to try to remedy the con on the skin and quickly submit their names to recent members.Mrs. InsecticideFOR .
dition. spread to other parts of the our office during this month," Riley asks that all members -
The tint consignment .f hen fr the S"'M Kvalualton Center ,
Teenage girls are exceedingly body, by self-Inoculation. The Congressman pointed out be present or notify her as
sensitive about superfluous hair Antibiotics are used to pre- here Is being unloaded ky Rebut 0.", left manager of the that all that Is necessary to be soon as possible.

They need gentle psychological vent the blisters from becoming; center, and John L Simpson. ewer .( the h.... right, and placed In consideration Is for the Husbands and wives are Invitedto BEST RESULTS

support In addition to the simple Infected. Simpson's son John S. lrfcU ky Dan RUIner) Interested young man to write attend this meeting. r

safe methods of removingthe S e o - -- ----
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hair Do pinworms of the Intes- --

e e e tines occur only In Southern

Is it possible to prevent repeated climates? NEJPPO FOR RENT 0 For Sale Real Estate
attacks of canker sores 7 This Is a misconception. It la
How can they be treated? surprising how frequently pinworm { VAluE FOR RENT Spaces for mobile

Unfortunately the cause of and other parasites are homes. Plenty of room. Nice

canker sores, or aphthousulcers found In the Intestinal tracts of IIITY and clean. Good well water.
HORNE
Is not known. Virus Infections children and adults In Northern Lake for fishing and swimming, REALTY CORP
dietary Indiscretionsand Umates. Morgan's Trailer Park US 90 BRANCH OFFICE
Intestinal upsets have been Public health officials empha. FOR SALE West Live Oak Florida. Phone tit W. Howard St. I

suspected and even Indicted as size the need for strict hygiene MISCELLANEOUS 383-2018. pcfdj 19-19 GEORGE B. DEESAssociate I

the cause, without any real' and early treatment with mod. FOR SALE Reasonable, I
FOR RENT 'Two
proof. They just seem to happen ern efficient drugs In order to building 18'x24\ with 2 baths FARMERS bedroom Phone
with hot 362-1689
home
water and bath.,
and are probably the most eradicate this common condi- LITTLE ADS and 1 building 12'xl8' to be removed MONEY: for your farm operations
Mrs 8. C.
Sansbury. 343-3185,
troublesome and painful nuisances lon. from present location at reasonable cost. Termsto 3-Bedroom Frame. Home
that occur In the mouth. While D,. Coleman cannot BIG RESULTS See Pine Ridge Cabins next to fit your needs. Loans up to pdjj 14-1 Oood Condition I
The ulcers have been cauterized undertake to answer' Individual Chltwood's. Phone 382.11M. 7 years. Call North Florida Pro- 3 Blocks of Court House '

and anesthetized with only letters, ha wilt use r. 4era' BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE cbjJ 18-1 duction Credit Aasn. 8. Ohio FOR RENT Rooms conveniently Nice Location Good Slie
moderate, short-lived success questions in Ms. column toTle,.. Ave. Live Oak. TeL 3622588. I located down town. $7,000 $1.000 Down Lot

A treatment that has been eve possible, l and when they Whatever the purpose, yea will FOR SALE Oas floor furnace e abe-tf Parshley House. Phone 383. Balance On Good Tens

fairly successful Is the acldophllus are of general interest. Address find Democrat classifieds/ do 120 gal. tank, copper tubing 2128. p UJ 15-19. -
lactobaclllus,, taken In your letters to Dr. Coleman in the job, quickly and well thermostat control. Heats 3. 380 Acres

powdered or pill form. How It care of this newspaper' bedroom house. Call 362-2739 ANY TYPE FURNISHED COTTAGE for rent About 300 Cleared

(D 1965 King Feature Syndicate Inc.) call: III at Suwannee Springs. Apply at 30% Down
207 Helvenston St. or phone
EJ- :
Oood Location
3(2-2835.
: DEADLINE FOR INSERTION WORK C ajj-tf 3/. Mile State Road Fronta 4

Fit1inampfire'By 5:08 P.M. Tuesdays Repeat PerformanceGreat :: FOR RENT 2-bedroom house, $41,000 1 I

BILL BERO- Lakes Mobile Homes DONE 715 Brown St. Phone Mrs. C. O

NEW GADGETS for the ANpLER f LOW RATE FOR RESULTS, repeats their fantastic mobile Granite, Marble Bronze Travis. 363-2744. CaJJ tf Good 130 Farmland Acres !'II' '

." r SVi cents per word, with a home sale for the second Phone 362-3333 FOR RENT :2-bedroom un Pecan Trees

minimum of $100. month. LIVE OAKMONUMENT furnished house near business Two Acre Tobacco Allotment
BOxlO. 3bedroom. Hi baths. New section 202 W Duval St. Call Good Hard Road Frontage

Moon only $3,460. CO. 382-204J IHJ tf .
(AU clamlfleds must be paid laadvance. $19,500 Some Terms
THIS! ANGLER'S I KNIFE IS
30x10 1-bedroom Henslee only
,
SPECIALLY DESIGNED .) Homer Sanford ReD. FOR RENT Small furnished e tf
>R THE TROUT FISHERMAM.i $1.595. home and 3-room \
f HA5 A RULER, ISGORGEI\ 41x10. 2-bedroom Wolverine only furnished
AND A HEAVY KNOB (FOR ONE WEEK FREE $3.390. apartment on West Fifth 8t
STUNNING TROUT SEWING MACHINE: CENTERDOW Call 983-2853.
50x50 2-bedroom. Hi baths Oen. caJJ IS TRAILER OWNERS
Clanlfleds ordered for five P FUSS CALL US
weeks, run the lat work free. eral only $..IItI. A big 2-bedroom place for rent LOTS FOR' SALE
$4.00 will for a SS wonlahonllemee' TheM and many more too numer SINGERand and a house for sale Call 383- OOOD TERMS. Priced $J.8 i
pay oua to mention. an other make rebuilt here 2935 OUTSIDE: CUT thus close tat /
t' for five weeks.Use or 983-3743. caJJ U
ASK about our $100 down New and Used Machines PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
Clai-
Suwannee Democrat
payment plan. Needles Oil Parts I r. 406 a Ohio Ave.
.
HERE IS AMULTI-WJRPOS*TOOL.IT finds for Proven Reinltn. I
WORKS AS A 5CREW DRIVER YOU CAN WIN IF YOU ARK 734 Brown St.. Live Oak, Fla. HELP WANTEDMALE Live Oak. Florida
e HOOK PIS60&&R' AND SHOT FLATTENED PRESENT SO COME PREPARED Phone 363-1189
C ALL PURPOSE PLIERS Phone 362.2744
TO BUY etf
HELP WANTED Cook.
e FISH SCALER
S CUTTING EDGe FOR SALE We guarantee to supply you Mrs. C. C. Travis Manager age 40 to 85; three years minimum

e SHOT SPLITTER housing needs at prices far below cbejtf experience. Contact Personnel
e LINE CUTTER
e NON-SUP RjtIBER( GRIPe FOR SALE New and used your expectations. INTERESTED IN YOUR child's apartment Bunland
CAN OP ENERCHAINPRINGR pianos. Frier Musio Co., Nortl. GREAT LAKES MOBILE HOMES education Contact your Child. Training Center Gainesville
US 41 North craft-World Book Florida. WHY FAT BENT
Ohio Ave., Live Oak 362-2188. representa cgbj 13-1
caJJ tf Lake City. Florida tire Helen Gamble Chlldcraft- WOULDN'T YOU LIKE: TO OWNA
Call R. O. Gardner 752-2661 $13090: World Book $11230. WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl 1
FOR SALE: Poulan and Pioneer or write P. O. Box 665. Save $49 on combination Dls- and kitchen help. It Interested BRAND NEW HOME WITH

/ chain saws parts and service e 11-19 count for teachers. Terms available apply In person Parker's Drive YOUR CHOICE: OF COLORS

lC1NFLATED A4 PRESERVER LiF8 Logging supplies, hooks clamps -- Phone 7781468ptMj In. US 129. Jasper Had THEN LOOK NOW AT Till

ATTACHED bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor SINGER electric sewing machineIn --- -ia.ii ---, -, call tf EARLY AMERICAN. HOME DE
TO WRIST most small gasoline engines LOSE WEIGHT safely with flex
WANTED '
console
cabinet like new. Man for established 8IONED AND BEING BUILT B*
OF ANGI R
Tyre's Saw & Engine Service, A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at
u Sews forward and Insurance
INFLATES reverse. AU debit for Live Oak BOB WOLFE AT 51$ WEST:
Electric: Service Co., Cheek Drug Store.
formerly
pdjj 18-33
and
attachments for making but. Lake City area.. Good startIng .
005 5th St. Your small engine ---- MORELAND. SMALL DOWN
tonholes. tig-tagging and fancy pay-and training
cadj tf NOW OPEN Mrs. Bee's Nursery program,
t headquarters. stitch design Fully guaran and Play School. Children chance for advancement TelePhone PAYMENT.

FOR SALE All sizes of tar- teed. Can be seen In your area kept dally, weekly' or over 3-IMS.\ Contact C. W.
Bltl BERO e "" ---_.._ paulllns, guaranteed not to leak. Make eight monthly payment night. Balanced meals, supervised Broughton. call tf

Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ "I of U.81 or will discount for play shady fenced play, WANTED Waitresses' Bob Wolfe, Contractor
eah. Write; Credit Manager, yard. References. Call Jorge Dile Apply at
Can Nol Use UoUle substitute for a pole or rod and FOR SALE: 100. 870. or 710 -'' 122 8. Clearwater Road Largo Brorsen. phjj 14-3 Drill call tf Phone 362-3253

reel. Freah water fish may not 15 new white wall tires. All' Florida, pgbh 18-23 PUBLIC HE\LTH NURSE heed-
An empty bleach bottle may be be taken by use ot unattachedu premium or first Une. All full' If you are Interested piano lee- ed. Apply in person at Suwan LIVE OAK FLA.c .

etuJ, but II I. a poor and illegal floatl. 4-ply. Some slightly blemished FOR SALE-- dining table and sons call 363-3146. caJJ tfELECTROLUX nee County Health Dept. In bjj IS-1
$15.95 plus state tax. federal chairs and 1 china cabinet. the Agriculture
Building In Live
.
tax Included. No exchange Phone 382-2441. paJJ 11 : Vacuum cleaner ate
needed Barber'a Service Station. ---, floor polishes, rug cleaners calf 11
A Thought For TodayBy O'Brien. 9353535. Good FOR SALE 20 ft. Larson boat acceAsortra.: Finance available CURB HOP WANTED for night FOR 8ALK 3-bedroom holD

as long as supply lasts with twin 33 hp engines. Oood For all cleaning need contact shift. Better than average pay mall acreage excellent |art*'
BRODY C. HARRIS teed tf condition built-in gas tanks Lamar Nash Jr. 103 MarymaeSt. Apply in person A A W Drive land deep welt electric pump

"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may" . top. aide curtains, outrtgglng. .. Live Oak. pdjj 13-19 _In. caJJ tf several pecan and black ..,
Most everybody has a tendency to "put off until tomorrow'", Following my doctor's advice am motors overhauled. Pete Shea.Lee. nut trees white scuppernom
what can be done today and before we know It the tomorrows slip' offering for sale The Chuck Fla. 971-54U. LAWNS MOWED and complete rape vine Cheap for cull Cai
by until one yetybegunreach the autumn of life and suddenly Wagon Restaurants In Live Oak cbJJ 11-19 yard care. Phone 383-3773. 0 For Sale-Heal Estate i see owner on property 8undt>

realise we haven't and Madison. Fla. $5,500 for pdjj 13-19 afternoon and Monday moraine

NOW Is the time to set the wheels rolling; either one. Can finance one. FOR SALE: Guernsey milk cow VISIT ANNirS BEAUTY I or call M-ji. Lire Oaktfda
.
NOW is the time to SHOPOperators
put Ideas
and
Hate
your dreams Into
motion. True half to responsible party. Con- bearing her third calf which la Annie H Mills. cash buyer for homeand e 14leTwobedroom
you may not realize them Today
tact M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon due Call 362-3315. few sere near town. I
but at least you will have started them growing now Mary Drew Boatrlght. Myrtle Do
1' and the Tomorrow when they come true wont be Restaurant. Marlanna. B. W. PJJ U Mills Elaine: Webb, and Manicurist. you have anything to offer BALK
so far off. Of times we make the mistake of waiting Ilelvenston and Sons Live Oak Ruby Sanford. wa
eajj tf Branch OfficeSUWANNEE I home and 3 4
W\UII.ter only to find the blossoms are no or Broadus Wlllouihby. Realtor II of
land *
44w mi. from Live Ou
longer there for picklnt."Procrastination RIVER
Madison cafa tf
Is the thief of time" Is a very LOST & FOUND Small Solace REALTY Highway" II. Ideal for small t UoilT -

wise old proverb from which we could all learn a FOR SALE!: Industrial vacuum 491 bowl St. that wanto country BTW!
lesson. So let us try to gather our rosebuds while cleaner used about. 10 hours: LOST Ladles Self-Wlndlng Now. they tell us they hare Farm Bureau n6 Word to sell with easy term
we may tor "Old Time Is still a-flylng. and Uncovered a new clgartt with a BIdg. Ready for
this 8 ft. Cultlpacker 100 bu. wheattreated occupancy.Twobedroom .
: white gold Bulo,a watch. Re. Phone 383-1538 I
row that also .
contains
same flower that smiles today tomorrow may be a UmnquilUrr.
withering.All purity 9848%, germ. ward. Call 343-3W. M You may still get King VTIVSTOX J. ROGER*. R* M.* .-
these things apply to our thoughts too. Oood beautiful bene 86.o0,9t (no noxious weed eane.r. but YOu wmtu.., Specializing to Farm A Am-...- CBS home In t
red) steel overhead - ---- --- Bk* sad Loans aelghD tiood,1am lot. a ml tear
ficial 1 thoughts wither and die unless they are !I re ; garagedoor I
newed. Hold I the fond memories and lovely thoughts rcsado complete: oak or pine fire o WANTEDRealEgtateWANTED : wita good terms Ready for ot
forever enshrined In a wonderful final tribute. Consult with wood. Phone e cupaocy.Thmbudroam.
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME 833 S. Ohio Ave. Live Oak on 382.28IS.dcJ I7-:l
appropriate appointments and services. 'Call 363-1334. 180 acres or MORE: FARM. TIMBER FHA LOANS' home th "betti-
FoR
SALE: Fender "Mustang" Good r"T tim. BauH down pal
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor farmland on hard road. Must AVAILABLE:
electric guitar and 80 watt ampliptuer. For mint monthly of $.. )'
Suwanne County Residents have good soil and good water Information can or ...- payment
Call 383-3683. a
per month. Lot .
and be reasonable. Give puke PAUL A. BYRD TI11W.Thrvbrdroaa
call tt
legal description and full details Rector -
BRODY C. HARRIS
FOR SALE Cub Cadet 100. tint letter. B. H. Sarnowska 4018. Otto A.... < ...... brick t.

Licensed Funeral Director Ideal for yard work and gardening. P. O. Box 13704. OatneevUle. Lire Oak. Florida baths hardwood !floors carp r'I

Tractor, mower, bottom No agents pear 14-1 PbOM 383-I3S9 and ,ane.. Good ..UaL Frwn I

I SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME plow harrow,- leveling blade, S U to asO. L400 des... IMtX flNANCBIO :

I cultivator and trailer. $950 ;

62S 3. Ohio Ar no. Phone 383-3823. pdjj 17-31 WANTED FOR BALK On Bawaaw HI*,
Can
Today 30-13M
UVE FLORIDA er 81 a rea. aa fenced 330 )
,OAK. ,, FOR SALE: 10 tons 33% Am. river front ft. PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor

onium Nitrate In bulk. $80 pet WANTED Maid tor part time IX we COBld bocce lID I we house, fumtehed.3-btdroossj 1 mile below Mock tit a. 0tM A...

PHONE 362-1234 tan\ Fuco Chemical eo.. phone I work In private home Can :383- t&roug Ifs your sob would DowUn park on rrwr. Mr* W. Lire Oak. lafl I

383-3093. eajj 13 2433 after 5.00: pm. self se.. cooed. ........ A. Lisle pass 11-11 tfSUWANNEE

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Funeral 'I Here For Seminole Booster BarbecueAt 1 Funeral Services Cucumbers In A Pickle


Are Held Are Held For Over Our Anchovy Pizza


Mrs. B. E. Lettie B. BordenFuneral ly AUCI DINHOF.'TEENACERS..

Funeral services service were held Sunday with their DEVILED EGG:
the Live Oak First afternoon for Lettie B. Borden "bottomless-plt" appetites, will 6 hard-cooked egg
Wednesday 62. of Live Oak who died find pickle-packing snacks very U e. finely chopped sweet
Bessie E. Arrott. 69 here last Thursday after a lengthy much to> their liking fresh cucumber pickles
r I Illness. She member of Here's one suggestion.
who died Monday.She I was a 14 c. mayonnaise
was a the First Presbyterian Church of TICKLE ANCHOVY PIZZA 1 tbup. catsup '
Baptist Church Tampa. U e. water Vi tap each celery
Missionary Union. Rev, Jim Walkup officiated and 3 e, prepared biscuit mix seed and salt
Rev. Jack burial: was In the Live Oak Ceme Additional biscuit mix H tsp onion salt

the Philadelphia I terySurvivors for pastry board i H Up. pepper
officiated and Include two daugh i 1 tan ((104! 01.) marinara i Cut eggs In half. Remove
the Live Oak tens Mrs. Marjorie Young of Live puce I yolks; reserve will tea. Mash
Survivors Oak and Mrs. E. M. Smith of 1 e. chopped salami I yolks. Add remaining ingredients
James. E. Arrott of Austin Tex.: two sinters, Mrs. J'i H e. sweet frenh mixing well nil whites
8. C.; two sisters, O. Tatum of Tampa and Mrs J. cucumber pickle with mixture. Chill
of Live Oak and J Woodall of Augusta Oa.: four U e. grated Parmesan Serves 1'ORsr.n-",
grandchildren and three great cheese I
Kirkland of ;
( REEF AND
grandchildren. Stir water Into biscuit mix; .
Charles '
ther. .
( \RUE FILLING
Oak; and two Pallbearers were Fred Wlgcla- turn onto pastry board dusted
Active pallbearers I worth Q B. McLean. Manuel with additional biscuit mix and 1 c. each chopped cooked
Spelling. OUen Fernandez Tom Cheek. Dan knead about 1 min. Roll Into I corned beef and finely .
Chandler and Bobble Wolfe.Honorary circle "-In. thick. shredded cabbage
as Sperrlng. w
and pallbearers were J. R. Transfer to> baking sheet. H e. chopped dill pickles
W.Cooke.O. Thomas At the Seminole Booster barbecue 1..4DMda, night In the Celbeum w.r.--.n-rlaht.: Con Tragic Jason Kennon. Norm Pinch edges of dough to make 2 tb.p. mayonnaise
greasmaa Don Elsa, FSU Head Coach Bill Peterson. Dr, E. O. ""' .11. president of Seminole Protaman. T. A. Kirkpatrick.I alight rim Spread marinara 1 lap prepared horseradish
ter Honorary Ross. Marvin Boosters and former M.D. In Branford and Slate Representative Hal Chal..... (Democrat Staff Harold Wolfe, and R. V Hutch sauce over dough; arrange salami *a tap pepper
Wadsworth. Leon Photo) InM>n. and pickles sauce; sprinkle Mix together thoroughly allInrredl.nta.
I with cheese Bake at .
Serve as a substantial
M. Mlzell. B. A.
County Court HoliN 433: F. 20 to 25 min. sandwich spread.
Claude I
Brown.
Howes. H. O. Funeral Services Farmers EligibleFor NFJC Set Enrollment Session" ThisV t'k Cut Into 4 to 6 wtUgt Makes about 3(4( cup spread.

Sunday School Kcconl Again Tim Fall County Court 'Is In session this (Peed on the left' side of the face or
B. Daniels Watch
James Special lla
Held Here For FHA LoanThe week with about 20 cases art for watch will not keep time. I'norance *-
of Live Oak In With 45
was
a
per cent !
the Increase In Jury trial according to County People who need to wear their of this gave rise to the I
fall
rangements. full-time
Farmers Home Administration last enrollment over Judge Reece Brown's office. wristwatches on their right wrlat I legend' that certain people have
David A. MooreFuneral I I la now taking application for College year, the U North Florida Jun. Tuesday was the first day of must have a watch whose crown pulses that affect wristwatches
for opportunity loans from tow setting record far the session and It continues
Funeral services were held' Income farmers and rural fami Itself Registrar J. C Moore Jr.. through today (Thursday).
Monday at the Friendship Bap 111M I In Suwannee and Lafayette said. For The
Mini.t.r'I Beat In
Held For tint Church Cemetery for David Counties. It was announced here Pull-time students this fall||
Allen Moore. 53. of Columbia. today. number T53 as compared to la.tyear' Top Industrie ROOFING.
C. who died suddenly Friday S'I The applications should be filedIn total enrollment of 1111. The five leading industries In CALL COLLECT
Annie Columbia.lie the lilA office. located In the Moore Slid Last fall's fulMlme number of employees In the U.8.
was a member of the County Agricultural Building on enrollment was &21. This year's In le 3. according to preliminary STANDARD ROOFING
Funeral services Church of Christ. Pine Street. Wendell A. Roberta, total enrollment Is 920, statistic from the Census Bu
Monday for Mrs. Mrs. Lenora Hart Moore, wife! I county supervisor and his assis During the PUt few years reau's 1983 study of industry and
Morgan 19. of U of the deceased is the daughterof tant. Lawson T. Hughes, are serving NPJC ha* experienced record enrollment were: food and kindred products SHEET METAL CO.
Mrs. T J. Zlpperer and sister I these counties. Increases the Registrar ...t million; transportation equip
died
Saturday i Ill So. Ashley Si._ Ph. 244-2646
Illness. She was a of Ralph Moon and Mrs. Guy The opportunity loan programis said. Last year's over-all Increase ment. I.> million; electrical machinery FREE BONDEDtSTiMATEaVALDOSTA'S
dent of Suwannee Brannon. all of Live Oak part of President Johnson's was 34 per cent and the 147 million; machineryescept BEST
member of the Rev Bill Pierce, pastor of the War on Poverty progrtra Low- year before the Increase was 20 electrical 1,48 million; and' ROOFERS

Rev. W. H. Gray Church of Christ officiated at Income farm and rural f&mIll.'I,!I Per cent. apparel 19 million.--- ---.-----__ ._ _. _._ _. __ h_
Page officiated. the funeral. may receive loans up to IJMXJ for
al were at the New Survivors Include one daughter enterprise that will make money. I Ii
Church. Mrs. R. D. Brineman of Riverdale.Md. i These loans may be made for
'
I Survivors Include .; a son, Robert E. Moore of .I farm or non-farm purposes. Rob. I'i WITH FOOTBALL
ters. Mrs. Julia H. Decatur Oa; a sitter Mrs. A. n I'.1 arts stated. NOW ..c(.
Miss Leona Morgan Thompson of Bebrlng; a brother. Additional Information may be
and Mrs. Christine C E. Moore of West Palm Beach; obtained at the rItA office on

Jasper Morgan; Jr.three of sons. and Active four pallbearers grandchildren.were Ray I Pine Street. IN FULL SWING-WHY NOT

Morgan of Live Oak. Williams. Richard Tucker Bobby I Await Detection
A. Morgan; U Hart Aaron Tucker Otcar Brim Some astronomer believe another
I'I great- and Rodney Tucker planet await detection. It \ SEND A SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
Active pallbearers Honorary pallbearers were Her. I would lie beyond Pluto the mOlt t
man Summerford. Elsie Williams.Bob .
grandchildren and
bearers were B. B. Holmes, Hrbrr Brannan. | earths distant solar known system.planet In the / TO OUR BOYS IN SERVICE?
Kirby James KlrtI, Barney Hart and James hart I I \
James B. Danleli Funeral Homeof
man and J. W. Cotton U highly absorbent.
James B. Daniela Llv Oak was In charge of ar- I
of Live Oak was In rancemtnU
rangement. I. e
I
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I'inemount ItalaJ" I I 5 to ti

Alcohol DO YOU JlA To Hold Revival j V ....;..I'

Revival services will be held ", "
We now have in I next week at Plnemount Baptist I '
an AA Group Church beginning Sunday night
help at 7JO. pm, A
you.WRITE Rev Charles Fouraker will be 2
I' r
revival.
the guest speaker at the I Ir5
P. O. Box which will run through Sunday, ,
LIVE Sept. M. when homecomlna and
dinner on the ground will be s
OR Co 'T

Physician or held.The publM ls Invited according r !
to Rev Joe En.... pastor a "i
.. _

ISM BEST B6UAGUERWAPINCH/ Aiiii : :
FOLKS! ; .
HOWDY I ) ?

I Will BE CL05F.D AT MY PRESENT LOCATION .y tae MHTHSUOKT fi ,
of the
BVRaCM _
SATURDAY NOON SKPT: 18, AND WILL MOVE I aura,. WMU lee gal kUrww4or 4/ I 4
TO SyWANNEE\ BLOCK co .kMf lath pMck-kit -
UM manu. Tko M-y..,<.... _ :
-If You Build With It BMMtimo osUMr kaa base
'_
SuwaniM Block Co. Can Furnish It" :
rHark-kittlng foe U ---. II*
broke Ito4 UMM** ........ Luc*
TELEPHONE 362.1531 N. WALKER AVE. for
was a inrft-ltttlMg pucker
Urw N.t nl LeagM club
PAUL D. L LVNCFORI) tress im-M.
gas, ke EJM ral... .fi..ii.M
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g.(9f9 it Garden Club Will Meet Alice Gaventa Circle Here And ThereH. Bride-Elect Feted Circle One Met \

!; Friday At CenterThe Met With Mrs. Perry With A Luncheton With Mrs. TrussellMrs.

Live Oak Garden Club The Alice Oaventa Circle or the J. Evans and Clarence Rat- September the 9th, Mrs. Ben E. W. Trussell was hostess
Inc., will hold Its first meeting WMU of the First Baptist Church llff were business visitors in Jacksonville Gilmore, Mrs. O. B. Dee.se, and to Circle One of the WSC3 of the
WOMEN of the year with a luncheon met Monday afternoon September Tuesday. Mrs. C, V. Schoppe honored Miss First Methodist Church on Wed
Friday, the 17th, at 12:30 In the 13, in the home of Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans and Martha Land, bride-elect, with a nesday of last week with 12 members
Garden Center. Perry, with 13 members attend daughters Frankie and Elaine, luncheon at the Dixie Grill and two visitors Mrs. Eliza
The program for Friday I. ing.Mrs. Visited Miss Nell Evans, FSU A low arrangement of pink beth Hughes and Mrs. C. W. Sis-
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor "Your Garden And You". Perry opened the meeting freshman, in Tallahassee Sunday. chrysanthemums in a rectangular trunk present.
Mrs M. II. Illngson, president with a prayer. After routine business Buddy Evans, who U teaching silver container centered the Mrs Clarence Ratliff program
urea all members to attend session the meeting was In Palatka High School visited his table. The places of the guests chairman was assisted by Mrs.
Hawaiian Dance Given For Miss Phyllis Howland. this mretlnc.. turned over to the program chair. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans, were marked with bridal place Perry Holmes in presenting the
At The Elks man, Mrs. W. M. Jernlgan. Topic over the week end. cards, a corsage of pink carnations program.
Saturday Evening Club HouseThe
Fletchers Honored for study was "The Result Ood'a Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mitchell indicated the place of the Mrs. Ed Butler, circle chairman *
Elks Club was transformed into an Hawaiian Increase", with Mrs. Charles and James McCUllers visited Dale honoree. presided over the business
setting: Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Edward With Open House I Johnson, Mrs C W. Clayton, and McCullers and Miss Nell Evans, Each of the hostesses presentedMiss session.
Howland entertained with a dance honoring: their daughter Sunday afternoon between the, Mrs. Perry taking part. The FSU students In Tallahassee, Land with a gift .
Miss Phyllis Howland, on her seventeenth birthday.The hours of two and six o'clock Mr. I president Mrs. J. W, MassenglH, Saturday.Mrs. Present besides Miss Land were (Renew Year Subscription)
club house lobby was decorated with baskets of and Mrs. M, L. Fletcher were closed with a prayer. I W. J. Nipper returned Mrs. Drew Land, mother or the
tropical flowers featuring Birdsof honored with an open house at During the social hour the hostess home Friday after spending several honoree, Mrs. O. H. Rutledge,
Paradise, with tropical foliage of the decorations Chaperonesand their new home at 603 Helvenston I served cheese biscuits, cookies I I days in Palatka with her son mother of the groom-elect. Miss Metes sous II I III
and fruit carrying out the decorin others assisting Mr and Mrs. Street, when! Mrs. Autrey Greene. divinity fudge, and lemonad and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Nelda Sue Land Mrs. E. Bardin I Ii
the lobby, where the guest book Howland were Jeff Hackney, of Jacksonville, Mrs. R. B. Doff This being the last meeting of Mrs. Don Nipper and children. Hunter, Mrs. Wyman Harvard i
table was placed and presidedover John Howland, Pama Sue Wilcox. and Mrs Lawrence Lee entertained the year the circle presentedtheir They all accompanied Mrs. Nip 8r.. Mrs. Joe Davie Mrs. L. C.
by Miss Betsy Hackney and Marilyn Vice, Gayle Keen, Mr. for them. chairman Mrs. Perry, witha per home for the week end. Willis Mrs. James Cason. Mrs. S.
Miss Cheri Ann Wilcox. and Mrs, Claude Vice, Mr. and Placed at vantage points in the four compartment Fostorla relish Branch Kennon left Monday T, Koff, Mrs. Everett Williamson, I I
The ballroom where the guests Mrs. Wade Keen Mr and Mrs, home were floral designs of color dish. Mrs. Perry presented the for Emory Oa., where he will en- and Mrs. Harold Land.Presbyterian .
danced to the music of "The nIus M. J. KirbY, Mr. and Mrs. Hal ful seasonal flowers. members with praying hands book ter Emory's School of Dentistry. .
Ions" of Palatka was enhanced Fletcher Mrs H. J. Evans, Mrs. The buffet in the dining room marks. .
with straw hats and colorful lets Sherrod Bird, Mrs. Niels Brorsen was centered with an arrangement Miss Martha Land !! Circle
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placed on the back draperies of Mrs. Ann Wilcox, and Mr. and of American Beauty double : :Met With Mrs. Vice
the room, palm fronds, jade trees, Mrs. James N. Beck and Audle hibiscus. Carter-Long Shower HonoreeThe (
and other tropical greenery was Mates of Palatka. The punch table was overlaid Engagement I Dorcas Sunday School Circle One of the First Presbyterian
placed at vantage points in the Around two hundred and fifty with a lace cloth, a gift to Mr. Mr and Mrs. Theo E. Carter Class entertained with a miscellaneous Church met lut-Tuesday
friends of the honoree attendedthe from the Mc- I in the home of Mrs. Claude Vice
room. The bandstand was backed and Mrs. Fletcher of Jacksonville announce the engagement bridal shower for Miss / : 1"
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dance. Alpln Home Demonstration' Club on Pearl Avenue with 8 membersand ;c/-;
with bamboo screen and to one of their daughter, Judy Martha Land In the Social Hall -'
side of the stand was a rock gar The crystal punch bowl placed on Dolores, to Winston Larry Long of the Westwood Baptist Church i one guest attending.
The "Why file copies of all these
I program consisted of the
encircled with hi
the table
den.The WSCS Met Monday was of of Milliard, son of Mr and Mrs Thursday, Sept. 2. final chapter of the Etheslans. letters TVb, don't you just
biscus. Mrs. Russell Miller
refreshment table The table covered with
was covered Kenneth A. Long of this city. was a the "
pick out important ones?
Next
with a sea green cloth and Morning At ChurchCircle Jacksonville and Mrs. Carson The bride-elect is a graduate white cutwork tablecloth overlay- month's meeting will be
draped with fish net and ivy. The Three served coffee to Miller of Crescent City presidedover of Andrew Jackson High School Ing pink. At one end of the table held at the home of Mrs. Walton
Kane.
focal point of the table was the members of the WSCS of the the punch bowl. Silver traysof and St. Luke's Hospital School of was a crystal candelabra holding .
driftwood design graced with orchids First Methodist Church, in the assorted cakes, heavenly bits, Medical Technology Her fiance is two white candles In the centeran
and hibiscus and seashells. lower auditorium Monday morn- and compotes of cream filled a graduate of Suwannee High arrangement of white gladioli Card Of ThanksThe If you were bora in
Twin bowls of Wlktwlkl punchwas Ing beginning at 0:30: precedingteh mints were served with the punch. School and North Florida Junior and pink roses. At the other end September of an odd.
placed on the table, along general meeting.of the society The guest book table placed College In Madison. the crystal punch bowl was encircled family of D. E. Murphy
with tropical fruit appetizers and near the entrance door of the The wedding will take place at with ivy and pink roses. wishes to express our thanks and numbered year, renew
chips and dips. Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips, president home was covered with a hand 7:30: p.m. November 8 in Brent- Refreshments were pink and appreciation to our many friends your drivers license
Mr. and Mrs. Howland greeted welcomed members and the crocheted cloth. Mrs. R. B. Doff wood Baptist Church, Jackson white cake along with nuts. for the kindness shown to our
the guests at the entrance to the one guest, Mrs. Roberts, sister presided over the guest book. ville. Friends and relatives are invited A card table covered with a family during the Illness and this month.
club and Miss Howland and her of Mrs. Roy Hunter. Plans were Floor hostesses were Mrs. E. R. to attend the wedding and white cutwork tablecloth MISplaced death of our loved one.
escort Fred Flssell Jr., presentedeach announced for a workshop for the Poteet and Mrs. M. L. Fletcher reception to be held at the church beside the honoree holding Thanks for the visits, cards.
guest with a lei as they entered Tallahassee district to be held at Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. HlllmanOoff social hall, the gifts. Food, flowers, and prayers. May Reece BrownCOUNTY
the ballroom. the church on September 30 from of Vero Beach, and Mrs. The hostess presented the hon Ood bless each of you.
Mrs. Lem Hughes was In charge ten until three o'clock.A Winton Bass of this city. oree with a five piece place setting Mr. and Mrs. Snowden Lee JUDGE
tea celebrating the 23th anniversary Out of town guests were Mr. (Renew Your Subscription) of her chosen china. and The Murphy Family
and Mrs. Tom Stewart of Lake
of the society will beheld
WF&IIM Society Met on Thursday, September 23, City,' Mrs. Ooff Howard of Lake -
Night from four until six o'clock In the City Mr. and Mrs. Israel McCallof
Sunday H. & F. M. Society of lower auditorium at the churchto Lake City. Mrs. Maude Havener -
the Advent Christian Church met which all women of the churchare of Jasper, Miss Inez McCall of
Invited. Jasper, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Mc .
Sunday evening after church services -
with Mrs. Ella Auten presiding Members of Circle One were Call of Jennings, Mrs. Lois Dees
responsible for the program led of Jennings, Mr and Mrs J. T I
The meeting was opened witha by Mrs. Clarence Ratliff who was Fletcher Sr., of O'Brien, Mrs. L .
prayer by Mrs C. M. Clayton assisted by Mrs. Ed Butler, Mrs M. Wilson of O'Brien Rev. and
during the business session Mrs. Perry Holmes and Mrs. John Mrs. Joseph Engel of Perry Miss
J. H. Schneider treasurer, reported Hampton Jr. Georgia McCall of Jacksonville castles in Spain
and Mrs. E. R. Poteet and
that the Indian budget The group was dismissed witha Mr.
was being met. It was also announced -I prayer led by Mrs. Jack White.I children of Jacksonville Mr. and I
that the rummage sale Mrs. Hillman Ooff and children
of Vero Beach. Mr and Mrs. Russell
held Saturday was very success
Feted
Couple
Miller and grandchildren
ful and another one would be held .
in the near future. The birthday With Dinner Johnny and Becky Humbert of chateaux in Francemansions ..
Jacksonville, Mr, and Mrs. M. L. q I ;"
party to be held in October for Friday evening Mr. and Mrs : ..
the adult residents of the Dow. Jason Kennon and son, Branch, Fletcher Jr.. and children of P ..
I Jacksonville! Mr, and Mrs. Autrey r
ling Park Home was planned with. entertained with an informal dinner IJ. '
I Greene and daughters Audreyand I',
Mrs. Blxler Clayton as chairman t party honoring Mint Martha Edna, of Jacksonville Mr \ I.t .
of the committee, serving with Land and Bob Rutlrdgo whose ii.b
and Mrs. Carson Miller of Crescent l'
her will) be Mrs. Loy Poole, Mrs. marriage will be an event of this City, and Miss Isla Greene in EnglandHdon't ;.. : ::.-
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Henry Folsom Mrs. Harry Nobles, month. of Merritt Island. I :aJ.J.
and Mrs. Otho Scott. The dinner tables placed In the _
Around hundred and U-i
A work shop night will be held playroom were covered with blue one
the appointed hours.
called during
on Wednesday the 22nd with A and green checkered cloths, one .
food supplies party for the par table was centered with a honey
sonage kitchen on the 29th, the moon ship filled with white mums Lcondenod Harnctt
following night the 30th, mem- and the other' a fisherman's hat Mr, and Mrs. Laurie Barnett of
bers will be asked to prepare the of greenery O'Brien announce the birth of a
parsonage for the occupancy of The engaged couple received a son, July 27 In the Suwannee have this!
the new minister silver tray from Mr and Mrs. County Hospital. '
"The Mllows" and the "King's Kennon and Branch Kennon. The baby has been named
Jewels", for children from B to 12 Others present were Mr, and Leondenods Laurie Barnett.
years old, will meet every Tuesdayat Mrs. Wyman Harvard Jr., Billy The maternal grandparents art
3:30: at the church. These Williams Mr. and Mrs. Danny B. Mr. and Mrs. O. W Kirby of
groups are led by Mrs. Larry McCrlmon, Mr and Mrs. Parks Wellborn and the paternal. grandparents
Odom, Mrs. Iris Robertson, and Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis are Mr. and Mrs. Leon '
Mrs. John Paul Schneider. Koon, and Miss Jenny Crapps. Barnett or Branford. :


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for the Social Security Administration v I
at Valdosta. Eanei invites POSE TOUGH PKOIIEM FOR ANY NEW IUIIDINOS I

readers to mail their questions to r 1 By HENRY CATHCART

him at P. O. Box 1122 Valdosta, r / + Central Press tt'MMNgto. Writer
Ga. Pleas do not mall your Inquiries
State I I.
r Department undertaking one of
to this paper.) k WASHINGTON
assignments-seeking a solution to the
I school at nand
QUESTION went to: work.quit My mother .. .........( mtk. MOM wet HMrinf MOM* .... hi.* ...... Mr* OkwrvWg MOM* -pod if tttt RMtutn .... vkw WM -.* end problem of where to locat foreign embassy office buildings In
| need to get a monthly check for I. Mtduu, ....* lie ...... on of at Ml Steel J."" .* kraicM" MOM** muuiUH II aunt wd judftiif. pwfcaps...?g J.Uir u outs kulni.J.thraiteuftitenwt Washington.
ttvW40rMj* vtta and MM fcr _to A greet Jvthr idvu.- .yet ni of Judo I. mmit, MOM* -iX.4 H, U UM kMWfon Residences of ambassadors are permissible anywhere in the
I each of us until I was 1$. If I go God MM aim hack t. ta4 hi* MUTISM and hut ........, ., r .._ mpoiulbimy, end ..... at of UM wiUra MtM, aa.dse city, whether It b* a section zoned for residential or business
{ back to school will you start these MVDI* from Ecypt ud "' -rWbIdI Jtkr end lmU ........ MOM .U mxJl.1. httwwi Ui Hopl* IS M-IT. .
structures. But the location of buildings
check again? 1:1.: .... l-n.; ua-30. prMhM JotoUjr,-S*: .du*IS.1-U. sad Ood-Buodii: IS 11-'". OOLTKN TEXT: frowrN II.M.Pastor's J foreign
to house embassy office staffs Is another
ANSWER Yours *, but not u
: ye ,
l' matter Numerous embassies have built such l''
your mother's. We can pay you office buildings In residential areas, or acquired .
with the month you become Parent Are Invited
beginning old, large homes and converted themto
a full time student as long To Hand House SubscriptionsSincannef office use.Residents .
earnings are not too high ..
{
aa your .n4 In these generally exclusive sections
and art under age 22. CornerWM. A meeting for parents who are
you
DemocratListed have complained bitterly that toning restriction
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Interested In their children bring
1 QUESTION: What will the new I were being violated and succeeded a
I [ social security rate be? In the muslo program for Pine
below are new subscriptions year ago In persuading Congress and the
I ANSWER: Starting next Janu- View and Wellborn ElementarySchools and subscriptions renewedto President to prohibit any more such office

Jary, the tax toes up to 4.2 per V. (BID) PIERCE or Suwannee High and the Suwannee Democrat from ._ buildings. Of course, those already located In
I and to '.11 percent Junior High are Invited to attenda
on wages
cent September S to September 10. residential areas have been permitted to re
I for the self-employed. The Minister, Live Oak Chart .( Christ meeting' at the Suwannee High NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS! W.shiagha main.
I limit II also raised from $4800 to Band Room this afternoon
Now, the State Department has suggested
Nelson O.
Henry, Cheyenne
(Thursday), at 3:30: to 7:30: pm.
tCBOO. Wyo. Diplomacy that a downtown Washington area of 30 or 40
QUESTION: I heard that tips Portrait Of A Lovely Life: Mark pictured the wonderworking Fred C. Turner, band directorat Miss Rose Bass, Tallahassee eta/etnieedl acres be set aide for such structures. Th

I wiU count for social security beginning Christ Is the central figure of all Man of Action. Luke portrayed Suwsnne High, will be on Lamar Floyd McAlptnW department I* ready to submit a bill to Congress -

next fear Could this be time. As a hub la to the wheel so the Ideal Man for Uw Greeks hand to mat and talk with the H. Fennell. UcAlpin to accomplish this. But the department In the best tradition -

( true? Is He to the Bible and to all his who so admired manhood. John parents. Curtis Umstrad. L. O. of diplomacy, has not picked speclfld location, nor will It.
ANSWER It not only could: it tory. When the blackness of aln pictured God's Son the embodiment
: Mrs. C. O. Travis, L. O It will let that decision be made by the National Capital Planning
is. All cub tips you get on your engulfed all humanity a cross of the Father, the Universal Our Lord was strong enough to be srnscRimoNs RENEWEDA. Communion, presumably In consultation with the foreign
job if they amount to $20 or more was lighted on Calvary's hill; and Saviour tender. This was shown by His government concerned.If .
L. Hughey, Rt. L. O
per month at the same workplace its rays stream down through the The Psalmist said: "One thing feeling for children Luke 11:u- State can get agreement on the Idea, It will be listed among
I will count beginning next January. centuries assuring us that God have I desired to behold the 17), and by His love for the sinful Terrell Futch. L O Its greatest diplomatic achievements of modern time
You must account to your loves Ood cares, and Ood redeems. beauty of the Lord" Men have and the outcast Luke 7S: Mrs rarl Bullock Rt. L. O. 1 .

I employer In writing and put up The very foundations of always longed to see God. A little 10: John 4.7-30): He sympathized Mrs. Faye Harris. N. 'Y. riUNOINO ATTITfOK- -8en. Msurlne Neuberger, D-Ore,

I the tax amount due. Your employer the world were shaken and the girl prayed: "Ood. let me see your with the sorrowing His heart Mrs Tenn.R. B. Bullock, Memphis. I say the following story was told to her by a southern senator

does not pay a matching share course of civilization was changedby face when I talk to you." Those yearned to help even those who W. about a little boy In his home town.

on your tips as he would on your this solitary life of the Bon of of Old Testament times had Ood's rejected Him and the depth of Mrs D.T.Richardson V. Fairish., Locklonsa Branford 'Th boy attended a newly-Integrated school and was walking

other earnings God. word, but they had never seen His feeling Is revealed as He exclaimed horn with one of his Negro clasumstes TIll senator asked him
QUESTION: Will farmers get Just u you' may look at several Him. One reason Christ came Into over the lost multitude Warren Johnson, Rt, L. 0 how he was enjoying school and the boy replied;

more credit under the new social poses of your beb,'. picture and the world was to thowII the of a great city: "0 Jerusalem Carl P. J. Alford. Rt. L. O. "Just fine. This Is my friend Willie and he doesnt seem to

security law'ANSWER see different aspects which makeup Father, Beholding that loveliness Jerusalem how often would !I Tressler, Rt.. L. O mind that I'am whits."
R.
| : Farmers who use the whole of personality so we enshrined In the life of Jesus of have gathered thy children together C. A. HUlhouse Jr.. Wellborn The southern senator was not "Identified.
B. Musgrove, Rt. L. O. .
.
I method look at four different viewsof *
the optional' reporting may Nasareth of the
gives us a picture as a hen doth gather her R M,
may. Beginning with IMS if your the loveliest life the world has Father (John 14:"). brood under her wings and ye Vann. McAlpln roim CORNER Robert Lowell, Put User Prise winning

gross earnings are $2400 or leas I ever known. Matthew pictured for The lift of Christ bears testimony would not!" <( and your net Income Is less than the Jews a King and his kingdom. yielding was Christ's great heart' K. DrBerry Chattahoochee It will b* recalled, turned down a Whit house Invitation
that true loveliness can be L. C. Tomllnson, Rt. ... O
twothirdsof to the Festival of the Art because of this.
$1000, you may claim achieved regardless of physical toward the welfare of others that
your gross Income u farm QUESTION: : Suppose I sign up characteristics. Though we have the divine record specifies three T J. Parnell. Fort LauderdaleR. But It seem that President Johnson doesn't want to be madat
Income for and B. Doff McAlplnL him. In event, the Whit (louse staff worked
self-employment social for the medical Insurance no description of His physical times that He wept. Tear can be any mightily
security.QUESTION. later decide I dont want It. Can sacred and often manifest D. Stanley, Branford to put some of Lowell's word Into a speech the
traits, and some hive thought
..
Beward Fleet. O.
Can minister President planned to deliver Preside..i
a I stop IUANSWER strength rather than weakness
Isaiah UI: might indicate th.tlie
8. C. Skipper Rl.. ... O
t who refused social security up to Yea you can. But Jesus said "I sndOmeta' Johnson dutifully spoke the following word!
wu not handsome, yet Ills am Alpha ,..C...I
8. L Nelson m, L O. .
now still change his mind? you will be given only one chance real beauty has never been equal. (Rae, I::11 -- "1 am A ; "Robert Lowell, tile poet, doesn't like everything
ANSWER: : Yes the new law extends to get It back within three years ed and Z and all that U In between Earl Walther. L. O around here, But I like one of his lira Mr. Uwell

the time limit until April after you drop It I I am every thing" This master II Mrs. R A. Orsff. Msttland where he wrote: for the world which seems to
Jesus came Into the world to Fred Wlgelsworth. RI. L. O. lie before like land of dreams."*
out
u* a
choose
IS. IBM for clergymen to QUESTION: Will the hospital piece of Imagery Is almost beyond
social security coverage. take my word that I am covered ,save sinners All other activitieswere our finite comprehension. There I Dalton B Fletcher Branford It was Indeed, a beautifully eaprealve lln*-from the poem
incidental as Ills life was Bertha Brooklns. Wellborn "Dover Beach the Itlil Matthew Arnold.
QUESTION-: When will I get for hospltatUatlont ls nothing In all Gods planningthat by century poet
centered around this one glorious Ruth B Padgett, Lakeland
the raise I keep reading about ANSWER: No. the hospital will Is not centered In
goal. This Hun spiritual Kenneth A. Rt. L. O.
gave Long
1 ANSWER: Checks covering ask to see the Identiflcstlon card I Man hu no spiritual ChrIlt.1
polae. the ability to meet every C H. Whttfleld. OtVten
I hack due amounts will soon be onUwlr' you received from the Social Security longing which cannot be fulfilled
blow of life unwaveringly and Mrs. John Hunter, L. O.
date for In addition
wsy. The expected Administration by Christ Man needs no example ALL NEW ROW CROP
loneliness
triumphantly Temptation lAIn, TV Service, L. 0
mailing la about the middle of the hospital win cheek with which la not furnished by Christ
sorrow, physical fatigue. Mildred Voyles, Rt.. L. O.
our local Social Security Office. '
September.
: tale brethren wicked leaders, religious 'II* "went about doing good" tAco Bitter Clayton L. O MF 180JUbrawnybralny.UJ
J .
Indifference 10:Mi this Is 111* biography
non. Roger Oaylord. Wellborn
these things could deter -I Nothing Is more admirable thana Firat Federal Havings and Loan plow .tronT Jn '3 row

Following Doctor's Ad vie; Am Offering I from his tiles purpose or ecua.Him man with beauty of character' Association. L. O. crop front end .t" ".. With new Pressure Control
to lose His spiritual balance. for being a Christian requires Charles Johnson ... O. added to the Advanced' Ferguson System for Instant
more real manhood than any- .
The abundant life which Christ weight transfer traction with pull-ty. Implement
thine else In all the world. It can
FOR
SALE came to bring His followers Uohn not be done by weakllnga. world'. moat comfortable Control Cockpit with
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10-10): cannot be achieved by This Wonderful One Invite us << roomy platform, adjustable steering column and

The Chuck Wagon Restaurant aimless drifting and a life consumed to be His friend to common with j Will Find: Sunday efficient Control Center. Com M. Jtf
with trifle Neither can It
Him. to partake of His strength A revival at the Ant Ot'h Baptist .
IN UVE OAK AND MADISON FLORIDA be achieved If our live are centered -
and to emulate Ins Io..Unna: Church which began Mondaywill
on the wrong goal "Let us -Behold t stand at the door, and continue through Sunday,

$5.500 Cash For Either One. hear the conclusion *f the whole knock: any man hear my voice Sept |(. Rev Alien Price, pastor ALLBRITTON BROS. .sz.
> God and keep Illscommandments
Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Patty matter: ar and open the door, I will come of the First Baptist Church of ..
for this U the
: Into him. and will sup with him, Iranford. Is preacher. TRACTOR CO.
I whole duty of man" lEccL 11.11): and he with Me" iRev 1.301: Th. public Is Invited to attend
Contact This not only the right ;
sums up .
goal to Bfe but also the formulafor the services, according to Rev, 218 W. ITU ST. 3t ._.
(office ftereUr at MCrtM's oho Hutchrrson. Antioch pastor,
M. B. KENT Marianna
abundant nving. Since we .
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B. W. lleUe.etoi A Sons UT. OaVBroadoa that we appraise our present
goals and consider what will
Willow.bby, Realtor, Madison be the end of all our labors.

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IndustriesFlorida's Some businesses in the city: Ineligible can Legion. The stand has been Don. and Ordered .. LI.* ark Flor.Ma. .
I' Ebenezer Church Many I LAFF-A-DAY for FHA loans have bene enlarged and renovated under tkto IStk day of September/A. D.

many Industries include 1/u. ..
fitted through Small Business chairmanship of Vice President LAVAVCHN A. .ItS810NI

food products. chemicalsand Administration loans for renovation Bob Holmes Clerk. of Circuit Court

Honors Students fertilizers Insecticides, syn following the flood Ernest A. Sellers heads the (SEAL) au_..._ ea..t. rlorlcl.

thetlo fibers, lumber and timber concession stand committee and Sit LIllIaa Radioed. D. C.

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To School Hour will be components Florida is also the Glen Christopher, and mittee. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT/IN AND
home of several boat manufacturers Bob Dale. SUWANNEE: COUNTY. DI.oa
observed at S pm. Sunday at ttF.benezer "* CHANCERY.
with the plants supplying the air Varsity cheerleaders for the LAMAR HANCOCK
AME Church,
faculties students and parents and missile Industry and many football games this year are Jean- Public NoticesNOTICE .... Plaintiff

and Douglass small manufacturing firms ette Brannan, Carolyn Nott, Martha C. M. BUTLER ... .
cf. both O'Brien HELEN ETAiT'Defendant
BUTLER,
High Schools Invited Henry M. Sue Howes, Judy Hurst Ma.ryAllee .
of public The charge account Is what a Daniels. Jackie Ratllff, Judy UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE TO DEFEND*
Folsom superintendent OR TRADE NAME LAW THE: STATF1' OP "
woman uses to keep her husband Johnson
and Lynn
Instruction, will deliver the principal Ross TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN' BUTLER .....
from becoming entirely too independent Motto I. ......., lire* that th. anderalined &, VOLNEY &si'sziw .
address. The Grit.NOAH nureuaat to th. flctitloa ....". .f L. L
Sunday night at 6 pm the No. 4 n.n.. lUtuto, Chapter SOIII. or Section _?,jirj ...1...... .era DEN/LzR....
and ....0.. Florid. Statute 141, will CLARA BROOKER NELSON -.1
A.CE. League will meet, a The OEP grants were secured red.ter with tk* Clerk of th. Clraal .'''. of ...1eI.... 10 ill R Cwe when

pedal session of the woimM with cooperation of local offici Court I. and for Suwanne. County., Stroa. U.. 0.... ......... Casa?,
NUMSKULL
Florida upon receipt' ( proof of publlCation FEED N. BROORER .
will be held Tues- l
day committee ala Congressman Don Fuqua and Of ibis IU Ue tile flcttUoU. Mm. :I :.wi ,. .... I. 111 Hobo Aaa who.,

day night following prayer meet- oops! 5DRIlY cHlgFrtLq administered through the State "SUWANNEE RIVER TABERNACLE oar U.. 0.". a..n.. eo..t. FIo.

U. Civil Defense office. idor wklck. w. will ...... In kuilneeiW .. _Ida hi.: DORia..,. b B.Doow GILL.when....... plow. of
expect to ....... In ........ I ILI I. Ia..".. eoa.t,. .Ioriclal Lt. Oal.
Given *. Oak Flord..d our addre*. I I. BROOKER GILL FATE
whoa
plan of .....
Birthday Party
No. 5Jewelry US It* So tk. ..... 10 HI '."..o* lit.... Beaufort.
Tko e..tent of ownership I. entire ,.
Sharon, Robinson Sharples, and B. W Hel- PAN AMERICAN MISSIONS' OFMIAMI LOU0CROO5ER KASSK,; IIAay. ..

Sharon E Robinson celebratedher venston and Sons Insurance Agency INC. .pine of mldenc* t. Till Bloik.u. Ae*. .I
y of .
H Dated thin 14tk day September Joehoa.U". Duns ..
Count. ....
f' second birthday Sunday at A % in Live Oak. A.D. IMS 15a1 If aid ...,.......te aro U..Io.. .... .
the home of her grandparents Student tickets will be 75 cents PAN AMPRICAN: MISSIONS OP If dad. tb.l, ...' 1 ** *law.
MIAMI INC. *...1..... ...._. .'t0ImfWlr, .....
the Rev and Mrs. J Smith with V and adult tickets f 1.25. There is a II-II ........ or 5.511. eWein5 hi'. throoeh r
f ... .
.d. or ...'".t ibw1
IS guests present 'lJ limited number of reserve seatsat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITEPHENS T. a end WORTH
I The guests were given favors of EAR MOAIoION 175.. I THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA. RROWN. H. A. BLACKIiVItH RAiSDY.N: t'. H.
I THE LINKSIT "Is this the diamond were to take to IN ANDO SUWAN- M and W. R.
balloons hats candy cups and I'S A. LOS*- you going me NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYDIVORCE LY-STIPHENS cGKFGOR 19 irmmtmom *t THE RUlE.

blowouts and served cup cakes, TO CAT TOO OOD look at today7"No.1 No.6 AND OTHER RELIEF arpaatba. ......I.COMPANT..... ....... a,In 1"10_" _01I.

candy and Ice cream. AND P5 Cr Tide boss.* BOBBIE J. RICHARDSON. -I.... sr. unknown. .... tII.l ...
PRANK, CHIUINOH occur on two-lane roads." he said Plaintiff ._/1.. ..k...* re..or,. ao.I....
Sharon Is the daughter of Mr. UI"N.. .... "" ...,.. Rnnt..o, ., .. .0k.,
| i.swooo Beaufort urged support for the RUSSELL E. RICHARDSON ...... .nd all
..
and Mrs Robert T. Robinson Jr Florida should follow If continued snbon .r p.rtloa ....1.. .r
Q5AR .IW"'I road bond program "1f for no DefendaatTO .1.1.1. any rhhl, tit". a ...... In
.
OHIAINAL No.TMII, growth and expansion Is to be enJoyed I HU..H E. Rlrhard.on. RAMIIIlt ..... ..
THft to use regular other reason than safety: that we Hq Co ind Bt. 41 Inf, APO Now iylo p nohI.I fb I. Iwwn. C.n ntp
MAN TO OUTftUCSSTH Road Department
PIKST aces. ..
York Now York. Florida. ,.
Gun MetalGun WiATHf R MAN ? Income to build new roads and can save lives Is reason enough"No. Yea aro h...". notified that a Cam .It I

LLOYD NAIRNI not Included ilalnt for 01..... ... ..II., Relief .ho.we Lot I. Bloek. a/. of tho
metal a kind of bronze ridges and rebuild those City of U>.
51AYJAMAICA. No. 2Three filed. In tk abort named Court and Oak Florida. I. Rwl1.. _..
DltCOVBMY ( II. T
Is an alloy of copper and tin in the bond program 7 you aro required to MTV a ropy of roar ship' 1 Sasth, Ran I' Ea.t
businesses downtown ... or pleading to tko Complaint :
Jon in this county Ward said
which Its from NY4
gained name use GWwwa.
..., upon tko Plaintiff Attorney. Wm Ran. lAID
a. r.- w n.aR the Bottom Dollar, Blue Front that work U. S. 129 ail. Oak, LANDS BEING ALSo DE.
,
of bronze for ordnance Thus still from a selfish standpoint repair on dill Blaucbtcr P O. Bo. Lie* SCRIBED An
Grocery, and Carls Department north of Live Oak where the Florida and fllo tbo orl.laal In tko office
,
I am going to support the of tko Clerk of tko Circuit Court. ... .
_.....
out of t.e
Store eventually went Betjnnlnii *l X .
is raised In two low .. comer
I __ BySTARlEY road bond Issue so the state will grade being wanaoo Coanty LNe Ook Florida.. .... on or of Block 4* 4fonnorly 1 Block. 411
..
THE OLD HOME TOWN lU to into this business following the flood areas U expected to be completedby before tko lath day of 0. Ax D. and ....1". Routkwnrd tlon. ( Hen.
the come .. ,
have money Home Hardware and Furniture i I. If yon can U oontoil tko came to* fins I* 5..4i tfco.ee Weet.T .

I BETTER GBT6HHH1. county and build primary roads Store and Carls, Radio and TV mid-October.. otkorwlM plaint, will tho bo taken allocation. .. _,.of..tko..' by Coo row. ?'rd feet a ...11'.. ..*.". te ..'< --.
'
C OlrV ...,
QUIETA BEFOfB going to need : "* Nortkward. lel
Y for us that we are Don and Ordered In Lie 00.. Flop.da
t 5; JACIC 1 WANNA ASKS Me "toSHOW desperately as growth and development relocated flooded their stores outside the No. 8 I. this. I'tk day of ..........., A.D. with North red II..5.tree aid. .I*".feet...... to thwa tko

HEAR MJUR B area are1.LAVAUONN Eutward lit foot to tko
point of
SE our way A. SESSION
1 J comes 'Two new businesses have movedto those counties. beelnntavt to Beetlo. II. T_
BEANS TALK- be Clerk of Clrt.lt Court
-. For Instance, wouldn't it the downtown area since the School days for Suwannee Rowans County. Florida .bin I South. Sane I II Eat II |

nice to have U. 8 129 four-laned flood A new dry well has been Installed County youngsters will follow the (SEAL) I Ye. ad oa.k of yo*. ... hereby
and the White Springs .,I Lillian Radford, D. C .. ...
1-75 .
SOMETWNa' from downtown by the city for same pattern. former years NeornJl .If. hat LAMAR MAN.'
U.II COLE .......
Road changed to a primary high I fled hid Complaint. In ,...
Students at Douglass and O'Brien
more adequate drainage EteP Sown..* Coaaty
OF THE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT r
I
commissioners :
way. Our county I crop. suffered extensive dam- will be admitted free on Thursday THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA. Florida. pow and each W yma
have given top priority to the 129 IN AND' FOR SUWAN- defecdaau. eceklaf I* plot th* till.of
age during the flood with un- and those of the other schoolsIn NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY' tko plaintiff to tko ahee. deecrikodnal

project.So harvested corn ruined for a loss the county: will be here on Fri IN '"iiti.. located ta Bawanne
.
R:6N 'iZt.1T Connty.
now. RITA .
approaching one million dollars day.In CATH THINK RROWN ROBERT Yea are fnrtker notMlod. that tko ...
just to be selfish where Su- according to County Agent Paul addition Suwannee County CLAYTON DROWN JR.. and. RE.: bra day of Iki* Net Ice to Defend to

4 Is concerned I Crews. There additional damage youngsters will be provided tick- BECCA CAROLYN BROWN October 14. 114, *nd pin .ball. M oaM
wannee County was TOI Robert Claytoa Brown, Sr., whoa. dato. oere a onpy of yr dofeneo. Ifay. ,
0 think we should vote for these to cattle, pastures, peanuts, I eta for free admission to the addre*.. reaMont" and ...Ido .. upon AIRTH. SEU.ER4 A LEWIs
.
bonds. Unless this method of and 'grounds on Saturday: the final ."....... Attorney for.. FlahMtff. wkoo addrea la.
pecans. Yon ... ......., notified that a Petl. P. O BOB Ueo Dab Florida. and tan.mediately
catching up" ls used, the only Federal agencies Including the night of the exhibition Ion for Ike Adoption of Ronald Ca.., tkoreafteo" file tko ortclnal of
.
I is for the Small Business An accelerated advertising Irown. Rita C.lh.re. Brow. Robert Mm In tke efftr *f tk. Clerk of tko
other solution see Administration program .
.
Circuit
melon Brown. ",.. and Rek.ua Carolyn Court of to* **** Myled CowrtIotkorwloo.
state to Increase the gas tax and Farmers Home Administration to Include nearby: newspaprs row* has been filed. I. tk* ...... *a.ed n Demo. Pro Coafeaeo will beentered
.. ..
this tax Is and Office of Planning and radio stations was, adopted Court by Jan* B T..._' aad hay .t y
from standpoint Emergency .
my
I .u.koad. William H. T........ and ron DONE and ORDERED: under my bend
high enough already were busy in Suwanne by the board. .re required to ..... a eopy of your and Ike oeal of tko flmtt Con of tkeThird
........ .
I That a growing state must be County following the disaster No I General Manager T. J. Fletcher .(he anon Petitioner or ptoadloa-. *' Attorney aid. Petition Win a.ndoeIl.urhW noon ( llth" day of Ctrenlt R.naehw.of PlorMa.A D 14 tktoa .

regressive and keep abreast of figures were available this week, Sr.. was authorized to have P.O' ... ..t. LI.. Oak. LAVAUOMN A. SESSIONS

Its needs U a philosophy to which but the Farmers Home Adminis- the new pens in the swine barn :.-= Clo.h red f11.d lb.ski-=IIt..c-...".': Clerk 1....._W the Cly Circe Ftortd Court

I subscribe Certainly good roads tration made a number of emergency painted as well as the concession wnnno* Only Lie* Dub Florida o* SEAL)
the list of loans for failure due stand the fair group purchased or before tho dub day of October. .. D. By ./ Pearl CasaDswtp
must rank high on crop ..... W poo eore .. .5S11 tko .._ Obrt.
musts a progressive state like to the flood. earlier this year from the Ameri etaerwto tko ail.aal..1 tko PetlUe, .....

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