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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 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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pounds on the Live Oak tobacco market Tuesday as cigar- c y lK4

ette companies bought the golden leaf at a rate of over
1 $1,000 a minute for five and one-half hours.

1: .f.4 ..r.' Sales Supervisor J. Marvin Phillips reported that

Tuesday sales moved 657,342 pounds and netted farmers

$367,244 for an average of $55.87 per hundred pounds.

Phillips said the first two days of the sale Thurs- ,. _
day and Friday had "as bad a flow of tobacco as I've

ever seen in 17 years experience with the market. *

He added, however, that a lot of tobacco sold for

Gyo 67-68 cents a pound and some for 69. After a hectic be-
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ginning, the market has stabilized and demand is good, ,.R ,
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Phillips said.During .
,: the first two days of the sale prices and gradeson !

tobacco hit bottom all over the aa. .
Georgia-Florida belt. Throughout -
the belt, 21,306,289 poundswere Dance To Feature'Queen's9
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sold, bringing growers an AppearanceThe J \
fie. average price of $46.19.
The Live Oak market, which winner of the Miss Su- : =
sold nearly half of the tobacco wannee County Contest will be
offered for sale In Florida the presented Thursday, Aug. 8, at
first two days brought farmers the third in a series of Jaycee- ka ,
The Kiwanis Club Wednesday presented four ident of Kiwanis; Michael Hampton, agriculture sponsored street dances featur- $., } .
$48.08, about 2 cents per pound
outstanding youths ,at the Boys Ranch with the award; Jay Bryan, scholastic award; Wally Ed- higher than the GeorgiaFloridaaverage. ing Claude Bedenbaugh and his
first in a series of annual awards signifying wards, leadership award; Mike Edwards, athletic hillbilly band.

achievement. Garth Nobles (far right) presented award; and Nobles. I I Government Purchases Miss Suwannee County, t/ s'
t the awards. From left to right: John Adicks, pres- i Phillips said the government whomever she may be, will receive -
a $25 savings bond and
bought more tobacco Thursday x
be entered in the Madison -
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and Friday that he had seen at
Ranch Reaches any other time. He said the fig- Tobacco Queen contest to
Boys CapacityFew ures on Stabilization purchaseswere compete to for North a two-year Florida scholarship Junior-
between 12 and 13 per cent
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College. In addition, she win
of all the tobacco offered for sale
stories
success can participate in the Miss Florida
match the spiraling accep- Fuqua To SpeakAt Council ApprovesBids here.He Crown contest at Jacksonville
added, however, that Mon- '" '
tance of the Florida Sheriff's Chamber Meet Beach Aug. 31.
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day and Tuesday bought very lit-
Boys Ranch in an obscure Congressman Don Fuqua To The event will occur on Court The Live Oak tobacco market was seasoned with a touch of

corner of Suwannee County.From will speak here Tuesday at the Upgrade tle.Phillips said that tobacco sold Street behind .3IcCrorys beginning beauty along with the excitement that accompanies a rapid exchange -
a modest beginning a quarterly meeting the Su Monday and Tuesday several at 8 p.m. The public is in- of money. Seated above is Miss Lynn Shirley from Jacksonville -

; wealth of dreams and $5,000, assets wannee County Chamber of City Water Lines cents per pound higher than vited. Florida Tobacco Queen. Standing behind Miss Shirley
at the Boys Ranch today approach Commerce. equal-quality _sold on Thursdayand from left to right are Jack Jones, Aubrey Ward, and Lanky Lanier.
$600,000. And the numberof .The ,Chamber will have as The City Council convened in Friday.He Wettstein Named
boys has reached an all-time its guests all of the tobacco special session Monday and ap-i explained that he believed Graded SteerCalfSale Larson Announces
high of"58., :a' capacity fo'r"th available facilities.** > the Live Oak market, ware- and hardware accessories to to the large amount of...tobacco To Area Elk PostDavid Slated friday t
Ranch Administrator Harry house operators and govern- be used for the general upgradingof sold by Stabilization this year at Florida's first padeddeer- Opening Of State
Weaver told Kiwanians that 1962 ment grading personnel the city's water system. discount prices. Phillips said these Eggleston Exalted Ruler calf sale will be held at 7:30
has been the Ranch's biggest year The meeting will be held in The bids which are split between quantities of government tobacco of the Live Oak Elks Lodge, p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at the
since its construction which started the National Guard Armory four companies call for the affected buying of processed tobacco announced this week that the Gainesville Livestock Market, Field Office HereJ.
in 1958. Expanded facilities with barbecue chicken dinner purchase of 10,000 feet of 6 inch from independent com- newly-elected Grand Exalted Ruler Commissioner of Agriculture
include a new cottage, dairy beginning 7:30 p.m. Members pipe, 10 fire hydrants, 30,000 feet panies that buy the leaf to pro- of Elks, Ronald J. Dunn, last Doyle Conner's office announced Edwin Larson, state treasurer -
building, swimming pool, medical of the Chamber and their of smaller pipe, and 18 manhole cess and resell here and abroad. week appointed Otto Wettsteinm today. and insurance commiesieHer,
clinic, library, new bus, and the wives will host the event. covers. Monday and Tuesday, buyers representing as his District Deputy in the The sale is expected to draw today announced the opening ofa
first phase of water expansion.The Mahone Rees, superintendentof these companies likely Northwest District of Florida. approximately 800 top grade new field office in Live Oak
Auto Crashes Through public works, said the equip- received orders for their product The honor was given to Wett- feeder calves and steers, which Thursday. Aug. 1.
1962
administrator said ment will be used to boost the and sales soared he explained. stein and the Live Oak Lodge in will weigh between 300 and 600 The new office, located at 363
also gave us more personnel. Fence, Lands In PondA pressure in outlying water lines. Phillips said bids came so fast recognition of Wettstein's seven pounds apiece. E. Howard Street, will be man-
The Ranch now has 19 paid and furiously that the auctioneerhad According to the sale com- aged by veteran insurance man
Negro man driving a 1958 He said the pipe and accessorieswill years service on the Operating
lull-time employees, he added. Oldsmobile at high speed failedto be put into operation within to dole out the leaf to buyersin Committee of the Harry Anna mittee all feeder calves and Randy Mai who was recently appointed -
This includes four husband and maneuver an "S" curve on a the next 12 months. The only various percentages.Sales I Crippled Children's Hospital, at steers must be field inspected deputy insurance commissioner -
wife teams; the monthly payrollis blacktop road southwest of town specific job planned at this timeis ComparisonThe Umatilla, and as State Chairmanfor before they become eligible for Mai's office will handle
approximately $3,500.In and sailed through a roadside the laying of additional pipeon $46.19 average in the price the past three years of the the sale. No grade below "me- Insurance needs and problems
addition, the boys enjoy redesigned fence and into a nearby pond. North Hamilton Street, he for the first two days this year Americanism Committee of the dium" will be accepted. Columbia, Lafayette, Madison,
medical and dental ser- Deputy Sheriff Curtis Harrell added. represents a decrease of $7.80 Florida State Elks Association, in and Taylor Counties.A .
vices. Periodically, for example, who investigated the accident The four companies awarded below the first two sale days in which capacity he was given national special examination room as
all the boys are carried en masse estimated the vehicle's speed at bids were U JS. Pipe and Foundryof the Georgia-Florida belt in 1962. recognition at the State Statute Prohibits provided by law has been set fin >
( to Jacksonville where they receive 80 miles per hour when it went Birmingham,, $14,978; Indus- In addition, the Stabilization Convention held recently in Tam- the Live Oak office where applicants -
free dental _care courtesyof out of control. The driver was trial Supply Corporation of Tampa received 10.3 per cent of the opening for all types of insurance
the Duval County Dental As- Leo L. Nelson, colored. No one $1,922; All State Pipe and week's sales under the gov- pa.Wettstein, Eggleston, and John Smoking WhileDispensing licenses may take examinations in
sociation. was injured. Supply Company Jacksonville, ernment loan program. This com- Flood attended the National Con- privacy, Larson said.
Weaver said he anticipates Harrell pinpointed the scene of $8,781( ; and Davis Motor and pares with the 2.9 per cent Stabilization vention in San Francisco last GasThe A special function of Mars of-
that construction will begin on the mishap at an "S" curve on a Supply Company of Thomasville, received during the first week. fice will include administration
the chapel, cafetorium, and staff blacktop road about three miles $505. two days in 1962. Other Elks in Live Oak who added of the new "Senior Citizens Pro-
State
Legislature an
residences 1963. off Highway 51. The blacktop Since this equipment will be Grade averages for primings have been appointed District Florida Statutes gram" inaugurated by the com
amendment to the -
The administrator said opera- road intersects with the highway paid for with funds left over from averaged $1 to $8 per hundred Deputy Grand Exalted Rulersare session missioner. Facilities of the office
tional expenses and capital out- approximately two miles out of the recent sewer expansion fin- pounds lower than during the George Carver now Directorof in its recent attendants prohib- will be available at all times to

lay for operating the Ranch in the city limits. anced by a bond issue, the city's first two days last year. The $8 the Harry Anna Crippled Children's from iting smoking service station cigars, cigarettes, aid senior citizens of this four-
1962 totaled $190,000. It cost approximately Damages to the auto were engineers Smith and Gilles- losses occurred in low qualitiesNo. Hospital John Flood, andJ. county area.
$2,400 per boy; but about $100. Harrell estimated. (No 4 Continued on Page 10)) ( 3 Continued on Pare 10)) L. McMullen. or pipes while dispensing gasoline. "This Live Oak office to the
continue to decrease State Fire Marshall J. Edwin link in chain 19 state
this figure will newest a of
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Larson asserted that as of ,July 1
as more boys are added to offices established throughout
the Ranch."I Team Faces Rugged ScheduleBulldogs when this measure became effec- Florida," Larson said. "It fe our
think there has been pro- tive, smoking while dispensing latest effort to render the beet
gress all the way," Weaver said. gasoline is unlawful and is pun- service possible to our citterns/
"We have made errors just as Will Have To ishable udner Florida law. The commissioner said plans
any organization will; we hope to Fight"As Larson said enforcement of this for the formal opening eereffion-
make a minimum of mistakes in law lies in the hands of Deputy ies scheduled for Aug. 21 will be
the. future. Fire Marshalls. All fire chiefs act announced later.Farmers .
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"We feel we have a good sense "We'll have to fight for football in Attala, Ala., a suburbof 1 such as neck, back, arm, and leg man". as Deputy Fire Marshalls by sta- .

of direction and the road will be our lives in every game," Gadsden. Upon graduation he muscles. The fortunes of the Bulldogsthis tute.Fire Chief Bill who will Are InvitedTo
Roper,
smoother in the future, he con- Some form of muscle building
newly appointed Head Coach signed a grant-in-aid with Geor- season is a question mark.
tinued. "We have a fine group ol Wyman Townsel said this gia Tech, but later went to the program is important for football, This year's schedule is tougher enforce the statute in this city, Attend Duroc Sale
boys no delinquent boys, but University of Louisville instead. Townsel said, since the sport is than last year's/ and the team is said the law is a good one and Suwannee County farmers wM
boys who need good surroundingsso week as he studied the Bull- After graduation, he served a primarily one of strength and hurting for experience in several should be adhered to by all per- have an opportunity to buy good
they can develop into men." dog list of opponents for hitch in the service and joined agility. He emphasized the importance positions particularly on the line. sons as a safety precaution. pure bred breeding animate at the
Weaver said finances will always 1963. Gene Cox's staff at Monticello for of the "big, strong, quick Townsel said that former Assis- Roper said the notion that Duroc Sale Saturday, Aug. 10, at
be a problem for the Ranch, "Since Live Oak won 11 games his first coaching job. After a tant Coach Brent Hall who glowing ashes from burning tobacco 1 pan. This sale will be held at
but he hopes to relieve this thru last year and went undefeated, year at Monticello Townsel wentto coached the 1962 Bulldog. line will not start a fire is whol- the Agricultural Coliseum and is
said Live Oak
false. He the
the Ranch's endowment and me- everybody will be gunning for us Tallahassee Leon for a year said he could never hope to coach ly being sponsored by T. J. Haym
Fire has been called
morial program. this season" he added. and then to Gainesville High another line in his lifetime that Department of O'Brien and Henry Gatrett of
to douse several blazes that
"We received money from our The new coach said the Bull- School as assistant coach until was good as-the 1962 forward upon Fairfield.
first win last year" he said. dogs will have the type of team he was employed here this year wall. Hall said he would stack were ignited by smoking too closeto During the past 10 years these

Weaver thanked members of this year that can have an out- to replace former Head Coach aa those linemen up against any gasoline. two Duroc breeders have offered
the Kiwanis Club for what they standing season with "a few good Gene Cox who was named ath- high school line in the country, quality breeding animate to
have done and were doing for breaks". He 'predicted a winning letic director at Leon High School. Townsel related. RAD. Council Sets breeders throughout the seta
the Ranch. He shov/td a new seven season but added that this team The new coach will be assistedby The nucleous of the 1963 squadis animals belonging to these two
minute movie depicting the lacks the precision and efficiencyof Marion Bronson a graduateof comprised of all-star Bebo Bis- Rural Zoning TalkThe Duroc breeders have connfatonHy
Ranch that was developed thru last year's all star unit. Florida State University and pham, 210 guard; Bobby Fletcher Rural Arms Develop- placed at the top of the idea
cooperation with the General Extension long as I've been in coach- former coach at Gainesville High 165-pound center: Leslie Kirby ment Council win meet Thursday lists.Suwannee
Division University of ing 15 years I've never School, and Tommy Dorsett,' d: C. aytr 170-pound fullback; Richard Ave- Aur. 1, at 8 p.m... at Su- County farms will
I' Florida. been associated with a losing graduate of Florida State University ry, 145-pound halfback; Randall wannee Valley Electric and have an opportunity to boy bred
The first in a series of annual team," Townsel declared with as- and former football player Box 165-pound halfback; and hear an address on rural zoning as well as open gilts. Boars of
awards presented outstanding surance. for Branford High SchoL Dor-. Donald Robinson185pound by Roger P. Hill assistant high quality meat type animate
.youths at, the Boys Ranch were Townsel is a lean, hard veteranof sett previously coached on the tackle. economist, Agricultural Extension win also be offered for fi&te.
presented to Wally Edwards leadership high school coaching and three staff of St. Cloud High School 1r Harry Taylor a star on last Service Ten good show type barrow
; Jay Bryan scholastic; years of college play for the University near Orlando. year's team is on the doubtfullist Chairman Norman O. Prots- win also be offered to both FPA
I Michael Hampton, agriculture; of Louisville. He was a Townsel said the Bulldogs will as far as playing this year. maD urged members of the and 4-H Club members. These
and Mike Edwards Wally's- brother teammate and companion of John begin fall,practice Thursday;Aug, Townsel praised the services of Council to attend this meeting animal may be purchased.and
:athletic award.Garth.Noblea Unitas, great quarterback for the 15..The team has been doing bodybuilding Quarterback Milton Somren and participate in this controversial shown in the Suwannee Ce My
f( chairman of the professional Baltimore COlts. exercises using weights Tackle Del Williams, End Wilton subject. Fair ant Livestock Show Aug. 21-
I (No. 1 CoBOfiocd on Fage 10)I ) Townsel played-his-high school strengthenfootbalT muscles WTMAN TOWNSEL (No. 2 Continued on Fate 19)) The public is invited. 26.

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,BANNER.._ Consolidated LEADER : Suwannee County a

Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street

Louie C. Wadsworth ................._.......................... Publisher FrontBy

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor 1923 1938 1953 By DON FUQUA ,

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager a U S. Congressman 1 jt
From The Files Of The t
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Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida t Doyle E.Conner. -

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4.00 Peanut Bill Passes .I. and last in the House were:

RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 My bill to extend for two years I A Wartime Sedition Act which ;i
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT I think most of us would be the privilege of planting peanutsfor I would extend Jurisdiction to acts
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance
surprised to say the least, if we boiling without coming under of sedition committed in foreign
walked into a store and saw a sign the provisions of acreage allot- lands. I voted for this measureas

l i : pIb4 MEMBER OFFlorida Forty Years Ago - 1923One that read: "Don't buy this. It's ments has passed the House by a it will serve as a deterrent to
suwANNEq : too high-priced." voice vote. espionage and sedition.I .
Press AssociationSUV couiinr of the most prominent visitors Mr. Ramis has a brand new That's what a 12-unit supermarket A similar bill has passed in the voted for a bill which was overwhelmingly -
3 CHAMBER in Wellborn for quite some mower and a clean up crew which chain in New
up Jersey Senate, and it now goes to the passed by the
ANNEE COUNTY time recently was the Hon. Charles will be glad to cut grass and has been telling its customers
11p' COMMERCE I President, for his signature. House which would specify standards -
Chamber of Commerce H. Spencer of Tampa a candi- weeds for private property owners about frozen juice
orange con- While this program is not of for safety belts in automo
j tan date for governor in the next pri for a very small charge. Let him centrate. national significance, it means a biles.
mary. know you need him. According to recent in
a report great deal economically to the The
In Sales Mr. Spencer was reared here Let's make Live Oak the clean- House approved the Con-
Participate Feeder Pig Super Market News, signs above peanut growers in our section ference the
Report
on Department -
and went to Tampa 35 years ago est town in the United States and the freezer state "We hateto
One of the most successful cooperative ventures that cases : where peanuts are a major crop. of the Interior and Related
and soon became one of the lead- keep it clean. see you pay such high prices of farmers taken
have
Suwannee County farmers have had an opportunity to Many our Agencies Appropriations Bill in
participate in recently is the series of feeder pig sales ing businessmen' of the growing for orange juice concentrate. We advantage of this legislation dur- the amount of $9S9 million, which
city. One of the most amusing aspects )-
think the product Is overpriced.The .
ing the several At the
that has been held throughout this section this of all past years. was a decrease of $70 million, or
year. printed
newspapers
best to the
way bring price present time it is estimated that
7 cent, under the
Since these sales feature graded feeder pigs, only top during this era 40 years ago is the down is not to buy." about 3,000 acres of peanuts for per original
quality animals are offered for sale. This has attracted The following announcement advertising. And few of these out- An executive of the firm said boiling purposes are planted budget Amended estimate.
the Federal-Aid
enthusiastic buyers. Consequently, farmers have received appeared over the signature of did the early drug ads. The following the notices were posted becauseit chiefly in five southern states. Highway Act. Theee amendments
higher prices for their pigs through these sales than nor- C. P. Jones mayor of Live Oak: ad, headed "Man Loses was believed price rises follow- University Grants Include a minor change in the

mal outlets. And buyers are happy too they have been Now that we have a new mayorwe Hundreds of Dollars" appeared in ing last December's freeze were We were pleased recently to formula of the apportionment of
are going to do wonders: Sure the Democrat
getting good, clean feeder pigs that show their quality : unjustifiable and indicated profi- announce that Florida State Uni- urban funds; a new date for the
we are but we must all get together "I am sorry I did not hear ofMayr's Similar
teering. notices
were versity has been awarded a grantof
when put in feed lots. submission of Interstate System
and pull In the same direc- Wonderful few
Remedy
a posted in the section when
In order for a farmer to enter his pigs in these sales, years ago as it would have savedme sugar $42,174 and Florida A. & M. cost estimates to the Congress;
tion.The prices for that commodity shot University a grant of $10,100 by
elimination of the 1975 interstate
however, they must measure up to top quality. This first thing we are going to several hundred dollars. Five up recently. When they droppedsoon I the National Science Foundation.
"design date" restriction, substituting -
makes the sale must bee do is clean our town good I suffered from
a success quality. Pigs up so years indigestionand afterward the management I Funds have been awarded by therefore
requirementthat
Vaccinated at least 21 days prior to the sale. that we won't recognize it, and severe bloating. I grew worse planned new signs taking credit this agency to 397 institutions of the interstate a design be

e Produced by the consignor. the only way for it to get done is all the time. My doctor said an for the unusual policy.It higher education across the nation based on 20-year traffic projections
e for all hand to get busy and start operation would be the only thing
Farrowed from of
strengthening
high-quality sows. as a means ; and an extension from
cleaning. that could'save I took a
me.
e Field inspected. seems to me that sort of an college and university science ac- June 30 1963, until June 30, 1965
Let's'all cut the weeds and course of Mayr's Wonderful Rem-
e Successfully castrated and healed. approach to a price rise for a tivities. of the period during which a state
rake them and set fire
grass up edy instead and for the past several -
e commodity is not very smart Carl Vinson Honored enter into agreement with
Weaned at least seven days before sale. may an
to them then get after the tin years have been entirely well.
e Graded into uniform lots to weight and merchandising. It could backfire. Recently I had the privilege on the Secretary of Commerce relating
as age, cans rotten wood, trash, filth, It is a simple harmless prepara-
Instead of suggesting a boycott the House floor to join with to advertising along the
quality. etc., and stack it out where the tion that removes the catarrhal manyof
because a price has increased, I Interstate
e Between 30 and 130 pounds. sanitary wagon can get it. mucus from. the intestinal tract my colleagues in paying tributeto System.
believe smart retailer has three
a Balance of Deficit
Payments
During the past year, six sales have been held in Flor- The street department will makea and allays the inflamation which better choices Congressman Carl Vinson of
Much has been said in recent
Georgia who has establishedan
special effort in the next two all liver and intestinal now
stomach
ida that farmers causes
have moved and $88-
5,782 pigs brought (1) Take the product off his all time record for length of years with regard to this na

376. The average weight of these pigs measured 76 weeks one which to move will anything help clean for up any-the pendicitis.ailments One dose including will con-ap- shelf until he can sell it at a price service in the U. S. House of Rep- tion's balance of payments de
pounds. he believes is right. resentatives. ficit. This is one of the most im-
S town. vince refunded.
I or your money
This means the price per hundred weight for pigs has (2) Keep it on the shelf without Congressman Vinson had portant fiscal problems that must

averaged $20.08. This is just an average. Many lots Years 1935 comment and let the customer served 48 years 8 months, and 13 be answered.
Ttcenty-Five Ago - -
sold for much higher while the lower quality pigs broughtthe decide whether she wants to days in the Congress on July 16 The balance of payments deficit -
average down. Many Suwannee County farmers have The Board of County Commissioners Company China-American Dud- pay the higher cost. to surpass the previous all time simply stated, is simply that
Tuesday voted to raise the ley, Dixie Leaf E. V. Webb A. C. (3) Present an authoritative record of service set by the late more American dollars are being
taken advantage of these prices they have received ad valorum real estate and ps. Monk W. T. Clark Dibrell and statement of the market condi- Speaker Sam Rayburn. spent outside this nation than the

three to six cents per pound higher than the market price. sonal property levy to the extentof Bros., Ficklen, Southern Phillip tion that caused the price boost. Since coming to the Congress, dollars coming from other lands

We are of the view that the sale of feeder pigs five mills for the,new tax year. Morris, Larus Bras., and Walbrook.Mr. The frozen orange juice and I have seen Congressman Vinson into this nation.

could really mushroom into an important bread winner Based on the percentage of col- sugar price fluctuations resulted perform his duties with vigorous, This represents a very serious

for this county. These sales have established that a mar- lections on the 1937 roll the increase and Mrs. Truman G. Goodman from tight supply situations for forceful action and he has been problem, for our dollar must remain -

ket is available and buyers are crying for good quality should bring in $5,000 which formerly of Louisianna, which valid explanations were most kind to advise me on several strong if this nation is to
.I animals. And Suwannee County farmers have the potential will be needed in order to makeup moved here a few weeks ago. available. In the case of orange occasions. This is a singular record remain strong. It is encouragingto

of supplying them with the type of feeder pigs they for excess circuit court expenses Goodman is a salesman with Bev- juice the Florida Citrus Industry of achievement, and the Flor- note that our deficit has been
are looking for. and costs sponsoring govern- an Motor Co., and Mrs. Goodmanis which produces around 90 per ida delegation was proud to join reduced from $3.9 billion in 1960
ment road and bridge and sewing a saleslady at Gibbs Co. cent of the world concentrate in, paying tribute to him. to $2.2 billion in 1962.A .
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In the past there has been considerable grumbling I
room projects.Of total hastened to publicize the Bills Recently Passed I vigorous program has been
about the lack of buyers. Well, if farmers would put topnotch the 20 mills for the past Variety has been the keynoteof (No. 1 Continued on Page 6)) Among bills passed this week (No. 2 Continued on Page 6)
animals on the auction block year after year the year, half went to the schools, the latest wanderings of L. C.
"'"t buyers. would come here in' ver' increasing numbers. The remaining ten mills should Davis and his party*Irom O'Brien CABLE "

Through heavy participation in these feeder pig sales have brought the county around' now touring in California.The .

c our farmers have an opportunity to display the quality of $18,150 but collections to date sights they have seen differing -

animals of We feel this is amount to but $11,825. from the historic old Alamoof O
they are capable producing. a
t start in buyer attraction, and a good one. '- Davey Crockett fame to the i TVTobacco SeasonEr ?
S At full strength for the Third completely modern Coolidge Dam
> Army Maneuver, Company "E," across the Gila River, in Arizona.In .
** Need For Law Enforcement Academy local unit of the 124th Infantryof his letter he writes that the

.'-:, .. Florida needs a state-supported law enforcement the Florida National Guard, party has visited in San Antonio
.: departed Sunday afternoon for and El Paso crossing deserts and Ke
( academy to provide fundamental training for all state,
: Its annual two-week encampment.It fording rivers."Wednesday.
county and municipal law enforcement agencies.
,
was the first time the local we came throughthe '
.. In recent years, the need for trained officers has company left Live Oak at maxi- desert region of El Paso. The .

generated, a general upgrading of enforcement agenciesand mum strength.The country was a rolling rocky region !
by agencies in association with one another to improvethe filled with cattle, goat and sheep o Special

>> quality of law enforcement in Florida first complete listing of tobacco ranches. We forded two rivers g

Few citizens can deny the achievements of the Florida companies represented on and stopped at an old fort. Townsare

Sheriff's Bureau, the Florida Highway Patrol training the Live Oak market has been few and far between at times
made. It is known that 19 40 50 miles.
school, the Florida State University corrections program, com- or

and others. These agencies are turning out trained officers panies They have are their Imperial buyers, American here. "My it car took holds 16 fc 17 to gallons fill of it gas; It is 2W
once up. i: not our policy to discounts but
9 that are a credit to law enforcement in the state. grant
R. J. Reynolds, Lorillard Liggett ( After that I was more thoughtful ,
t Secretary of State Tom Adams, a firm advocate of & Myers Export J. P. Taylor S M
quality law enforcement, recently cited the need for a
for the first weeks of
tobacco
l state-supported law enforcement academy. I Ten Years Ago - -, 1953 g two season
1 He pointed out that law enforcement is primarily a
Prospects for a hot time in the life and government, asserted
local problem and one that should be administered and old town Tuesday are looking up I that we are willing to die for our ONLY we will give FREE CABLE SERVICE

I controlled locally. He noted that "many of our communities here this week with tobacco volume way of life and yet will too often ;

i do not have the resources to provide adequate sold nearing the 10 million not live for it.

in-service training." I pound mark and plans for the "I am not ashamed of my interest 1
to to
i Sept. this
;
"We do a disservice to hundreds of peace officers I "granddaddy of them all" tobacco in government," he charged anyone signing up during

when we require the utmost from them but do not give festival coming to a climax. "but I am sorry that more of

to many of them even the basic training essential for. you are not." U< two weeks '
success in this vital field." Julius Paul Crews a 1953 grad- period.w qBffijjggZ: : ,
S- uate of the Florida Chief Perman this ,
University of ; Foy reported
t Communities are awakening to this need but they require '
()
College of Agriculture, assumedthe week that 15 people have been
: help. This community, for example, has seen a responsibilities of Suwannee arrested on charges of speeding, >

\) constant upgrading of law enforcement at both the county County's assistant county agent i four for reckless driving, two for Just $10.00 connection fee
,4 and municipal levels. This is a tribute to forward-think- here Saturday. He will also be the driving without a license, and w pay plus $3.95 for ;

.t l ing public officials who realize that, good law enforcement boys 4-H Club leader in the coun- seven for other traffic violations

.t is an important joint in the backbone of local gov- ty. during the month of July. 3
.} ernment. September service. Your next billing will be

Members of the Bulldog Boosters Thirty candidates reported for
In September, city and county officials will attend
1 for the first time a training course in law enforcement at Club voted to see if it would be early pre-season football practice October !1.
to build seating Saturday at 5:30 and Head
possible more p.m.
{ the North Florida Junior College. The course will be administered e
stands at the high school football Coach Richard Flowers said the i: -
.j through the State Board of Education and will field before the season starts at boys showed hustle and a willing-

d provide invaluable l aid to the further improvement of law their meeting last Thursday. ness to learn.

{ enforcement in this county. ... ........ S Ottis Brown president appointed "It might take some time, buta

j 1JVhil such courses are available, an academy for a committee of three to look football team can be fashionedout Don't

training peace. officers would be eminently more efficient. into the situation and report back of the material on hand" Delay. Sign Up
at the next meeting. Flowers said.FABULOUS.
j The Secretary of State pointed out the neglect of responsibility .
by the state in curbing the steadily increasing 2ad
M. L. (Doc) Nobles Suwannee LOST CITY
crime rate the of juvenile delinquency and hood- tH
i spread
County wildlife officer was pick- Machu Picchu. the fabulous lost to
lum activities that infect many areas of the state. Much ed from some forty officers in 16 city of the Incas, once containedan
of this problem could be solved at the local level by well-, counties for the State Game and amazing system of terraced Today

i trained peace officers equipped with investigative tools' Fresh Water Fish Commission's farms where potatoes and other

that could be provided through an up-to-date police acad- accident prevention safety cam- root crops were grown. Explora- ,

emy for all law enforcement officials., paign this year. tion of the Peruvian city is des-

Such an academy would serve as a training ground, cribed In the "Partners in Dis Just Call 362-3535-308 S. Ohio Ave.
which could produce nationally recognized methods and: The Suwannee County Board of covery" exhibition at New York's i: E
law: Public Instruction followed the American Museum of Natural
techniques to nothing of nationally recognized N
say II recommendation of the Board of History. The exhibit depicts the ,.:i ti till
enforcement leaders. Trustees Tuesday to close Well- cooperative explorations of the
The time is now for this state to give serious thought i born High School grades 9-12 and Museum and the National Geographic 1

to establishing a state-supported law enforcement academy -: send those students to Suwannee Society.

all academy that would be open to all persons High School at Live Oak. Union Cable TV of Live Oak

who dedicate their lives to crime prevention detectionand School including eight grades. Largest gold nugget mined in ;

related security matters. There are elements common was also closed down.in the meet- the United States was a chunk

to all law enforcement functions, to city police, weighing 195 pounds and worth E

S I, sheriffs state troopers, beverage agents, security guards ing.J.. 73710. -
Brailey Odham 1952 guber-
S ;.'> and Bothers. natorial delivered 3 JACK BARRETT
candidate. a Blue-green algae some 2.6 bUllion -
'. : '. 0) : ce rtainl Y..we- owe..adequate training: to.the men who hardhitting'address to members I years old are the first forms Manager

; S... often stake their lives,on .the public ;afety. And we_,owe of..the Kiwanis Club this. week.Odh&iQ : 'of life for. which. man has fossilrecordsT '
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a _>___4<'_____ Mrs. Arthur Poacher the -r--
0---1 Mrs. Arthur Poucher
former Lottie Bass pioneer Floridian -
.. .. and native of Live Oak

I I Pastor's Corner was"drop-in"feted party recently in observance with a Quiet of

her 74th birthday.\ .Poucher, tJ'T bMS of
daughter of the late Rev.Joseph
By REV. JIM WALKUP i 4: Wesley and Ohlie Bass and agranddaughter
.- E t-y of the late Rev.
I Pastor First Presbyterian Church : John Wesley and Emily Bass of
:
II <:..iFs. the Live Oak Circuit, received
her children and their families
"Suppose you were offered bacco to cancer of the lung in recent jit her Maynard Street home in
flight on an airplane and you years that it has almost obscured -
Jacksonville where she lives in
were told that actually only about the many other harmful
i one in eight crashed. You might effects of this "golden curse". Ac- retirement with Mr. Poucher.
think again:' cording to this seventy page The couple recently observed
This was the statement just British report cigarette smokingis their 57th wedding anniversary.Mrs. .
last year of Sir. Robert Platt also "a cause of bronchitis and a Poucher a descendantof
British kidney specialist who was probably contributes to the development one Deacon Bass,who history
r appointed president of a special I of coronary heart disease records as the clergyman who
committee of the highly esteemed I and various other less com- performed religions rites aboard
mon diseases. It delays healing of
Royal College of Physicians of
the Mayflower continues an active -
London to study the relationship gastric and duodenal ulcers." interest in the Women of
of smoking and atmospheric pol- And so if you want to rule out
l the evidence the church and for several decades YOU'LL NEVER SEE BARGAINS LIKE THESE AGAIN! -
# lution to cancer of the lung and as "circumstantial"
other diseases. Dr. Platt had justa linking cigarettes and lung can- was a great booster of
moment earlier reported the cer, there is still more than ,: 4-H FIIA and FFA activities.
committee's finding that "lung enough evidence to prove ciga- Daughters present were Mrs.
cancer kills about one heavy rettes detrimental to health in Colin C. Wells Bellair Beach
smoker in eight". many other ways. and Mrs. Wendell R. Skaggs, I
After a thorough examinationof The tobacco industry itself has Pensacola. Sons were Wayne
reliable data and an honest done one of the best jobs in indicting ay k Poucher USNR, a career Florida
interpretation of the evidence the its own product un school teacher and the first Florida -
committee reported bluntly "Cig- wittingly. In 1954 most of the
boy to be elected National
arette smoking is an importantcause major tobacco companies formeda
of the Future Farmersof
President
of lung cancer. If the habit "Tobacco Industry ResearchCommittee" os Y iIE
America; Chester A. Poucher
ceased, the numbers of deaths composed of career
caused by this disease should fall scientists, doctors and educatorsto Clearwater and Curtis A. Poucher -
steeply in the course of time." look into all the accusations of Jacksonville.
The committee's report that which other scientists and medi-
heavy cigarette smokers may have cal men were leveling at their Will you persist in playing I
thirty times the death rate of products. They have poured hun- "Russian Roulette" with tobacco? l I McAlpin Soldier
non-smokers prompts us immedi- dreds of thousands of dollars into If so, won't you please do your-
self a favor and at least resortto
this venture. Yet all they have
ately to resolve the danger ele-
ment of resorting to moderation.But been able to say for nine years the less harmful pipe or cigar Completes Course
? Even lady today with an
the evidence prevents our now are words to the effect "Youcan't a
I eight inch cheroot or a crooked
circumvention of the danger so prove it. Army Pvt. Lavelle H. Goff son
stemmed meerschaum won't be
easily by pointing to the increased Yet they contradict themselvesby of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Goff,
incidence of lung cancer among adding filters and making any more of an oddity than she Route 1, McAlpin, completed an
users of only one to five cigarettesa king-size cigarettes to combat the was just forty years ago with a equipment maintenance course at
white cigarette. And
day. things they are trying to prove snowy The Engineer Center, Fort Belvoir,
healthwise she will be much bet-
This is just one reason why I do not exist. ter off. Va., early in July. "DRESSES""L "BLOUSES"Hurry
said in last week's "Pastor's Corn Just as the burden of proof as But there is get a still better During the 12-week course, Shoes"
er" that the human consumptionof to the purity of groceries is on Goff received instruction in the
way. Did you know that you do
tobacco is harmful even in the processors, so the burden of earthmoving and supporting engi.
not rave a right to treat your Out They Go
moderation. In terms of physical proof as to the purity and harm- body as you so desire? neer equipment.The Don'tVait
health, the use of tobacco in lessness of tobacco should be on The Apostle Paul said, "You 18-year-old soldier enteredthe Don't Miss This
moderation is more harmful than the tobacco processors, and not Army in January, 1963, and
not were
own
are your ; you
the use of alcohol in moderation.The the consumer. Don't you know completed basic combat trainingat S
bought with a price. So glorify
British medical journal that if the tobacco companies Fort Jackson, S. C. 998
God in your body. He also said
"Lancet" states "Now that the knew that tobacco was not harm- "All things are lawful for me, He is a 1962 graduate of Su- Summer Clearance ,
connection between smoking and ful would shout it from the
198"PANTS"
they but not all things are helpful.All wannee High School in Live Oak.
lung cancer has become well nigh housetops! And every day the evidence things are lawful for me, butI .
inescapable, tobacco has displaced against them grows stronger will not be enslaved by any-
alcohol as the greatest danger to and stronger. .
thing The body is not meant Card Of Thanks
public health." The "Christian Century" com- for immorality, but for the Lord, LiuiOO
In the light of such evidenceas mented so truthfully, "As longas and the Lord for the body." We wish to'thank the many
this it seems to me that the a shred of doubt remains (as friends for the cards, flowers and
It is good to be free to use to-
only Christian position as regardsto to the relationship between smok- bacco. It is far more wonderfulto other means of expressions of
the use of tobacco is one of ing and lung cancer), the tobacco be free to avoid it. sympathy extended to us during
total abstinence.So interests will exploit it for the death of our loved one. "SUITS"All
much emphasis has been profit regardless of consequences The family of All Summer ./
placed on the relationship of to-i to health." (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) I Joe Hunter -
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SUWANNEE- DEMOCRAT. LIVEr. OAK., FLORIDA_ #0 -rI RSDAY. AUGUST 4; X1963I
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1L In. Little- League Play uth, Gets Fine Live Oak Gas Nips Elks; J Mrs. Miller Receives Master Of Arts Degree-- i Ii, .

.
; :: : Mrs. Laura Ruth Miller, formerly and candidates to reoetve the
.
Telephone Downs ..of Branford- and now living Master of Arts Degree in Teach-

: Speeding In Suwannee Valley Electric, Wins, .., ., 1 1'WI Kissimmee, .was one of twenty ing from Rollins College at a spe- "
cial commencement heM Wednesday
-
8-3, Ratliff Nips Live Oak Gas won its first game the; fourth inning as Giddens I July 31. on the Rollins camp
Zone by knocking off Elks Lodge 5-3 drew a walk and scored on singlesby McDavid Infant Dies,
-
In 'Little League action last in Tadpole League play last week. Jernigan and Bricker. 'I Funeral Services Held I us.Mrs.. Miller, the daughter of q

week North Florida'T er J. Marvin Phillips in In[ the second game Suwannee Suwannee Valley pushed across I Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Jones of Branu u

defeated Coca-Cola 8-3 and Rat- Court Monday found Clyde Valley Electric defeated Western 3 runs in the fourth inning as I Private funeral services were ford. received her Bachelor's" De-

liff brought down Velda 15-5. Greene guilty of speeding on Auto 8-6. Bobby Sotolongo and Bass both I held Wednesday. July 24. for Lin- gree from Florida State Univer-

In the first game Thursday Avenue in a residential In the first game. Elks drew got singles. da Yvonne McDavid. infant sity In 1957. She plans to teach

night. Aug. 25, Coca-Cola squeezed ed and fined him $15 or 10 days first blood as Allen drew a walk BaIsden dreW a walk and they daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry second grade at Kissiramee Elementary -

across two runs in the first the city streets. and scored on a single by Lanier. all three scored on passed balls R. McDavid of Brooker. School after receivingher u
inning as Pittman drew told Greene he had and errors. The infant died Tuesday in the
a walk Mayor Live Oak Gas came back in Masters Degree from Rollins
Brown moved him on around witha a number of complains'from their turn at bat as Hacker was That ended the scoring in the Alachua General Hospital in College.

sacrifice fly and then Mike on speeding and deck- on with a walk Bowdoin hit a gall game and Suwannee Valley Gainesville.The .
Guest hit a booming home rune driving In that area. He noted single, and_ both Hacker and took the game eight to six. Rev. James Temple offici Her husband Jeff Miller a No
---- ------ --- received his Master of Arts D
deep.into center field. to speeding in this area is a Bowdoin scored on passed balls STANDINGSWon ated at the graveside services -
In their half of the first inn- hazzard to children at and errors. Lost conducted in the Antioch Baptist gree in Teaching at Rollins commencement -

ing North Florida Telephone went Western Auto 6 2 Cemetery near LaCrosse. and will teach at

ahead to stay as they pushed put down a paved street ond Neither team scored in the sec- Suwannee Valley Co-op 5 3 The child is survived by his Osceola High School.

across three runs on a combina- try to get our people out of the inning but Elks managed to Elks Lodge 4 4 parents. Mr. and Mrs. McDavid; FEET ACHE, ITCH?
come with two in their
tion of hits and errors. Jenkins and sand and some of you up runs Live Oak Gas Co. 1 7 a sister Barbara Lynn; grandparents % of all your bone are in the feet N' i
half of the third on a walk by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- wonder they ache well.. perspire itch
got on with an error moved to try to make a race track out .
Phillips and an error that let Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solution
second on a passed ball and then it," Phillips asserted. Lanier reach first. Reading Club ReminderThe David of Brooker. and Mr. and for relief of the 5t ..... 66 joint
Both scored
on
scored as Frier hit a long singleto plead not guilty to the :Mrs. Charles Johnson of Live plus ligaments. Curb athlete's foot. to.
passed balls. Live Oak Gas also Suwannee River Regional (loath off infection watch health\
the outfield. Frier moved downto a The arresting officer tes- scored in the third inning as Library would like to remind the Oak.Williams .kin replace it) or your 48e back at any
second on the throw-in and that he clocked Greene's Thomas Funeral drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOUR
Stapleton got the big blow for a members of the Summer Reading '
Home of Gainesville was in TODAY at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.
then scored Dennis at 40-45 miles hour in
as Phillips per home run. I Club that their folders must be KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper: and WISE';
hit a long triple. Phillips scored 25 mph zone. charge. DRUG in Jasper
Elks could not score again in turned in by Aug. 15 to the libraries -
I < on a passed ball. passing sentence the Mayor the ball game and wound up with in Live Oak and Branfordor
The third out for Telephonewas that Greene had been ar-
three runs. to the bookmobiles to be eligi-
made in an unusual manneras I by city police for a previous Live Oak Gas picked up two ble for diplomas in the fall. DANCEEVERY
the last batter hit the ball the offense. .
more runs in the fourth inning as
first base coach from thecoach's Raymond Robert Kolagek, who
ran Strickland walked and made it to SATURDAY NIGHT
Set
box to second base. In- arrested recently for his third Legion Supper
third on a single by Bonds. Bonds WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM
terference was called for the incident in four months Members of the American Legion "
and Strickland both scored on a 9 TO 1
third out.CocaCola. to appear in City Court Post 107 and the Woman'sAuxiliary
good hit by Brown., That ended
ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING
did not score again a $25 cash bond. Kola- are invited to attend. a
the scoring and Live Oak Gas had
until the fourth inning when they was supposed to have ap- covered dish supper Thursday. THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S
won its first 5 to 3.
pushed across another run as before the Mayor last game Aug. 1, at the Legion Home.

I Goodlet drew a walk then stole His wife's appearance in- Second GameIn .
the second of the
second. Goodlet scored from sec- did not satisfy the Court game Check your brakes lights horn,
evening Suwannee Valley downed
ond on a series of passed balls. and Kolagek was compelled windshield wipers and other safe-
Western Auto 8-6. Western Auto OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO
I Telephone scored in the third post bond or go to jail. ty devices on your car. Longer
got the first Jerniganwas MINORS ALLOWED
a scores
as
tJ and fourth innings to round out Ralph .Mallory arrested for nights are here.
on with a single and Pourn-
the scoring. In the third inning while intoxicated failed
] elle hit a big triple. Patterson
Frier drew a walk and moved to FLORIDA'Y appear forfeiting his $75 bond
boomed out another triple to I
second on a single by Bass. Two $4 costs. score Pournelle. SfFIIY.
Ralph Leroy Harris plead guilty
Suwannee Valley picked 5
up
speeding and was fined $20 or SfFIIY.PPotJAlUE
big runs in the second inning on
USE days on the streets. Police tes
a walk a single by Sotolongo, and
that Harris had a previous -.......;;
two errors. The big blow was a

FUCO booming home run by Bass.
John Thomas Brock plead guil
Western Auto could not score LITTLE ADS MISCELLANEOUSVISIT 9 FOR SALE
driv-
to speeding and reckless
in the second but
inning pickedup
BIG
and was fined $25. It was RESULTS
Brand first offense. Police tes- 3 runs in the third on two ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

i that Brock was doing 60 singles by Jernigan and Bricker BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE Machine machineless, and cold guaranteed not to leak.

Insecticide per hour on U. S. 90 in a 25 and a hard hit triple by Nobles. Whatever the purpose, you will wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. cdjj tf
Pournelle was on with a fielder's find Democrat classifieds do rators Annie H. Mills, Myr-
'zone.Wayne choice and scored on a single by the job, quickly and well. tice Croft and Frances John- FOR SALE-New and used pian
L. Gude plead guilty to ,
FOR
Stamper. son. Phone 362-1831. cajj tf os. Frier Music Co. North Oldie
fined him
BEST RESULTS The Mayor Western Auto scored again in DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Ave., Live Oak 362-2188.
and suspended the penalty
5:00 PJ\L Tuesdays Septic tank and drain field cajj tf
that this was Gude's first LOW RATE FOR RESULTS cleaning. Suwannee Madison
duty, forfeited $15 bond and $2
and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
3> cents word, with a
per WHILE THEY LAST
costs
Washington colored, ; Eldridge James Whitfield
minimum of $1.00. W. Darby, Jasper after 6 pm.
colored, public for-
guilty to reckless driving drunkenness
A Thought having an accident. Noting feited $15 bond and $4 costs; (All classifieds must be paidin cabj tf 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49

9 By BRODY C. Washington had insurance Archie William Johnson, drunk advance.) LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With 5 ft. Dixie stepladder $3.98

... the accident showed no signs and disorderly fined $15 and $4 ONE WEEK FREE Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c.
c' "The closer.. we wanton carelessness the Mayor costs or 10 days; David Stewart, Classifieds ordered for five Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98

grows. the Negro and suspended drunkenness forfeited $15 bond; weeks, run the last week free.
t k :: Have you ever 7 ft. Duro Stepfedder $6.98
W and R. with- $4.00 will for a 28 word
_ Floyd Lane driving pay
'::3 anticipate trouble? FARMERS: It takes money
.. st' mountable it cases to appear on the out license forfeited $15 bond. advertisement for five weeks. make money. See your 8 ft. Duro stepladder $7.98 '
sick over what is docket included Gerald C. Seven youngsters chaperonedby Use Suwannee Democrat Classi- tive PCA for a -

+r hold when the reckless driving forfeited Miss Melinda Lundy summer fieds for Proven Results. I loan. Terms up to 7 years. tol THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.

it with fortitude bond; James Earl Thomp- recreation program teacher visit- North Florida Production 423 N.W. Howard St.

manage to survive. reckless driving forfeited $15 ed the Court and observed the For Sale-Real Estate it Association S. Ohio TeL 363-3076
} In rertospect ; Arthur Jackson colored action with wide-eyed attention. 362-2588 Live Oak, Florida cabe cbej tf

i than we had red ,light forfeited $5; The youngsters ire t Margie .
"look back FOR SALE -Two bedroom block
r ; Aubrey Louis Ward r ck- Touchton Kenny Folsom, Dickie AUCTION SALE Saturday
selves for allowing house in Pinewood SubDivision.
our own minds. driving, case continued; Wil- Touchton Tim Touchton, Becky Low monthly payments and Aug. 10,at 1 pjn. at the Coliseum -

It. Remember the obituary time on Irven Johnson, interference Breeden, Martha Wilson and small equity. Contact Joe Brin- MONUMENTSWe Live Oak Fla. Selling 70

L this time. officer In porformance of Deborah Touchton. son. nc tf Durocs 20 bred gilts, 30 open -

have a complete line of gilts. 20 boars. Write for
FREE
balls. FOR SALE Three bedroom monuments built to your speci- catalog. T. J. Haynes. O'Brien,

,; For Suwannee Velda was unable to score in Mack's frame house air conditioned, fications and erected on your Fla., or Henry Oatrell Fairfield -

1r half of the fifth inning and Sport Shop carport utility room tile bath cemetery plot. Fla. cddh 10-13

; game ended with Ratliff 15 shower and tub 2 large corner Call or come by and see our
SUWANNEE Come in and select the
FOR SALE child's
One accor-
Velda 5. lots 2 years old. Engleside Sub- display at 416 E. Howard Street. -
gun you want for this division. Call 3623079. caJJ tf dion. Call 362-1972 or 362-2051

L BRODY C. STANDINGSWon Lost hunting season. A small cajj tf

:t"" Licensed Fla. Telephone 6 1 down payment will hold it FOR SALE New water front JAMES B. DANIELS
home FOR SALE One hardwood twin
sites anchorage
5 3 or we have a finance plan. protected -
r'\ 625 S. Ohio Ave. Dairies
speckled trout and red FUNERAL HOMEcbej bedroom suite with Simmons
LIVE OAK Bottling Co 2 6 mattresses and springs antique
fish
at dock. Terms
Co. 2 5 All Boots Shoes your or
Bailiff Motor tf
cash. Alton O'Quinn owner walnut rocker with cane seat
and back, straight chair with
and Moccasinsat Steinhatchee.
...
I Florida.pdjj 11-15 LAND SURVEYS For land cane seat five-shelf corner

COST. surveys in this area call Wayne whatnot and a large walnut

FOR SALE Nice modern home Chance phone 362-1104. 111 wardrobe. Can be seen at Nor
ALL LADIES SPRING & SUMMER STYLES
". WHITE PAINT with over 1300 sq. ft. of living Wilbur St. pdjj 11-15 man Protaraan's, 1177 White

space. Located on school bus Ave. cadj 12
1 Lot $2.98 Gal. route. Telephone service avail OPPORTUNITY TO OWN beautiful -

Spinet-Console will FOR SALE 1958 Cruise Air All
able. Four to five acres of land Piano
All Baseball Glovesat available with home. R. A. Mc- rewrite on small payments for State motor scooter. Good con

cost. Innis. O'Brien. Phone 935-2775. party with good credit. Will dition. $75. One B John Deere
'. 2-row tractor and
cabc tf transfer and guarantee.. Write equipment
-- --- Home Office Joplin Piano Co.. $300. Phone 935-3132 Branford

; Joplin. Mo. pabj 12 Fla. pdjj j 12-16
: 2 Motor Rewinding
Or.
FOR SALE 100 tons well pul-
;I J i iJ Repairs and Rewinding FOR RENTFOR varized chicken fertilizer. Easyto

: b Vf.JJ;jjIJIntroducing Any Kind Electric Motor spread. Located at farm near

Also Sales and Service RENT Downstairs three O'Brien. Contact R. A. McInnis,
i r NEW! CALL room apartment private bath. O'Brien. Phone 936-2775.
.
HcCnllera Electric Motor Repair Call 362-2208. cajj tf cajj tf

Telephone Day 362-3278
) ) CWJt49 Night 362-2328 FOR RENT Furnished two- Will sell at the farm Registered

_ '. 217 E Howard St bedroom house with gas cook- Polled cows and bulb up to

Hunter Bros. Building ing. Apply Mrs. Houck's Kitchen Aug. 14, at which time we will

HEARING cabe tf on old Madison Road. offer them at the regular sale
pdjj 12-16 at the Suwannee Valley Live-
I GLASSES stock Market.: T. A. Rowand
by For SaleAutomotiveFOR Garage apartment for' rent, closein. and Son. Phone 362-2360 be-
Price right. Call 3622104or
fore 10 am. cadj tf
MAICOLook cajj tf
Y SALE 1957 Chevrolet 3621305.
Truck 6500 long wheel base FOR SALE Used furniture appliances -
better hear better FOR RENT Two newly deco-
NOW 1/2 PRICE with advanced design flat body two-speed axle. Has rated furnished apartments. and odds and ends

I y CELEBRITY Hearing 6 new tires adn runs like new. Private bath and entrance. We buy sell or trade. NutHouse

Glasses. You'll be $1295. Contact Mrs. A. W. Pil- Couples only. Phone 362-1498 or next door to Coffee Bar
amazed the hi-fi clar-
at 5th Avenue. Phone 3622830.
kenton, 963-2431. pdjj 11-14 362-3143. Mrs. P. C. Powell. 410
ity. Easy no-strain hear- pdjj 12-16
Demorest Ave. cajj tf
will make look
ing
you FOR SALE Must sell 1957 Ply-
Heels Flats Casuals ten years younger. mouth suburban station wagon, FOR RENT One 3-room and FOR SALE Registered Polled
Included.
Hereford bull 7 to 16 monthsold.
/ THOMAS V. DUCK, JR. 8 cyU automatic transmission, one 4-room furnished apart- All calfhood vaccinated
A power brakes and steering good ments. Both have private front
Choose from Hearing Laboratory Aid Consultant Trained condition. Very reasonable. Can and back entrances and private Top quality. R. B. Bryan, Madison
Joyce Jacqueline Fla.
.v from be seen at 702 Hamilton St. baths. Call 362-2742. cajj tf pdhj 12-16

MAICO HEARING caJJ 12 FOR RENT Five room house. FOR SALE Excellent starting

Connie Cobblers & Many Others. SERVICE See Ruby at Ruby's Beauty herd 30 graded Brahma heifers
: > HELP WANTED Shop. PaJJ 12-13 and 60 graded Brahma steers

... JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Also some Angus and Hereford
Will Give FREE Hearing Tests 1 crossed yearling Weight about

And Demonstrations HELP WANTEDMeat 500 lbs. each. Call Warren

FRIDAY AUGUST 2ND tot.95 Richardson. Palm Telephone
T : at Cutters or Grocery

.. ;. '' 0. .. rJM UVE OAK DRUG CO. Men Age 20-40 that like Service. 362-34T7. caal tf

,_.' .' COMPANY to work can
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Live FOR SALE Nice bound and
Oak. Florida
," u.. .... nat.r..r.err..r.rs -' i. G&H: FOOD STORE G '
.. Come in and let us show you how LAKE CITY FLORIDA 666 bird puppies 7 weeks old. cheap
.
,"t, : SHOE DEPT. we can help you hear and under- cfJJ 9-12 1 le W. A. Lisle. Rt. i Box WD
stand much better. No obligation. Live Oak Fte. pajj 12
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_i &. Pine Level .1 Federal Taxes Hit Mrs. I file a rexUtratiea "of said fictitious and IB In Branford Florida until 2:00 The successful bidder wM be reqvlred
r' .t.': ;-' Rumbley'Funeral 65 name as required by Section 86S.09, o'clock P.M.. E.S.T. on August 20, 1963 to furnish and pay for attsfactory
u ." > : Florida Statutes 1911. (Tuesday), addressed to the Authority performance. and payment bond et'
Said business 1* owaed br. the un- in Branford. Florida at which time and bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Carmichael erts In Lake City 'S ndaY ntg'nt.Mrs. $1.5 Billion In '62 Services dersigned. Dated thU- July 9th.- 1963. place all bids will be publicly opened Attention U called to the fact flat
1 of Largo spent several days Louise SGLYNN DUNCAN and read aloud hi the Womans ClubHouse not less than the minimum salaries and
last week with McKnight and- on. 9-12 in Branford. Florida. wages set forth in the Spee *..**
Mr.
and
Mrs. L. Aaron of Jacksonville visited Mr. Funeral services for Mrs. PROJECTS No. Fla. 50-1A A: IB In mutt be paid on these projects.
P. Portner. and IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Mosist of 1* dwelling The Suwanne County Houstog Authority -
Brother Dave Medeiros Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sunday Corporate Levy UpIncome Gladys Rumbley. 65, of Live Oak JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY. Branford buildings Florida., eodtaiahi 20 dwelling reserve the right to reject say
of per- ] afternoon.Bob were conducted in the First Bap- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN units located oa sir (6) sites a Tool or all bids and to waive any inforraaHties -
ry visited In Pine Level Community -. Roberts spent Sunday with taxes, plus other typesof RE: Estate of House and a Management and Maintenance in the bidding.
Church
tist
Saturday at
July 27. MAMIE SHEFFIELD
Saturday- Building. Landscaping, site improvements No bids shall be withdrawn for a
i his parents In Lake City. federal Internal revenues, collected 4 pan. with the Rev. Johnnie Deceased.To and utilities are included. period of thirty (St) days subsequent to
Mr. and Mrs. Drew:Holmes and Mr. in Florida by the U. S. All Creditor and Persons Having the opening of bids without the ooase.t
and,Mrs. A. V. Riggs and documents
Hutcherson of contract -
officiating. She was Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Proposed forms of The Suwannee County Housing Au
Edith McMullen .spent Sunday children of Live Oak were supper government, came to $1.5 billion buried in the City Cemetery.Mrs. You aDd each of you are hereby notified including plans and specifications thority.
with Mr. ,and Mrs. H. C. Woodin guests of Mr. last year, more by 40 per cent and required to present any claims are oa file at the office of the THE SUWANNBE COUNTY
and Mrs. J. F. Toole Rambley died in the Su and demands which you.or either of you, Suwannee County Housing Authority. HOUSING AUTHORITY
Jacksonville.Mr. Saturday night. than five years ego the Florida wannee County Hospital Thursday may have against the estate of Mamie Branford. Florida and at the office of BRANFORD. FLORIDA
and Mrs. James Fortner State Chamber of Commerce reported Sheffield deceased late of aaid County Harry E. Burns Jr. ALA Architect
Albert Lepper of Lake City July 25. following a brief ill- to the County Judge of Suwannee County 1402 Prudential Building Jacksonville
By L. D. O'STEBNEzecutive
h and children of Pensacola is spent last week end here with yesterday in its Weekly Florida at his office in the courthouse Florida. : Director

I J spending this week here with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper. Business Review. ness.Mrs.. Rumbley was born in Florid,of within laid County six calendar at Live months Oak. Copies, up of to the a limit documents of two (2)may sets be obtained by-I 11-14

and Mrs. L. P. Fort ier. U. "On top of this sum was an Eagle Rock, Va., and has lived in from the time of the first publicationof depositing Fifty Dollars (ISO.OO. with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
demand
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dryden of added $300 million, an estimationof Suwannee County for 20 years. shall this be notice.in writing Each and claim shall or state the for the each Suwannee set of County documents Housing so Authority obtained. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR.

BrooksviUe spent Thursday night W. J. 74 the amount paid by Floridiansin She was a secretary by occupa- place of residence and post office address be Such deposit will be refunded to each SUWANNEE. COUNTY. FLORIDA.DIVORCE

J 1 of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Starling, hidden taxes so called because tion and a member of the First sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and his shall agent bid General to the Contractor Local Authority making at a the bona specified fide MYRTLE EVELYN FBRRARO.

11 J Al Fortner.Mr. they are included in the purchase Baptist Church In Live Oak. or attorney and any such claim or demand time or recognized circularizing .... Plaintiff.EDWARD .
and Mrs. R. C. Roberts and Funeral ServicesFuneral prices of many articles," the trade She Is survived by one son not so filed DORIS shall be SMALLS void agency who returns the plans specifications PAUL FERRARO
and other documents in good
daughters Julie and Kathy, and body pointed out. Franklin F. As Administratrix of the Estateof Defendant.
Rumbley, Camp Le- Sheffield deceased condition within ten (10) days after NOTICETO
W. C. Sweat of Lake City spent services for William "The biggest item in the collected June N. C.; and two sisters. Mrs. 12-15 Mamie bid opening. For each set of documents : EDWARD PAUL FBRRARO

t Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Joseph Starling 74. of Rt. 5, Box I sum was $1.130,105,000 in T. J. Henderson Buchanan Va.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF in lars excess($50.00)of two.. will a deposit be required of Fifty plus Dol-a Address% McGuire- 220 E. Front Street

Holmes. 179, were conducted Thursday, individual income taxes both and Mrs. Mamie Louise Fletcher SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN charge of Thirty-Five Dollars. (S35.00), Plainfield New Jersey
Beulah withheld from salary checks and RE: The Estate of to cover reproduction costs. Subcontractors You are hereby notified that a 0..-
Max Lepper spent last week July 25, at 4 pjn. in the Roanoke Va. CLIFFORD MOCK. and materialmen and vender plaint for Divorce has been flied againstyou
end with Michael Lepper in Lake Baptist Church with the Rev. paid independently. The withheld She had one grandchild. deceased. I may obtain the documents upon depositof and yon are required to serve a
City. Clarence Parker officiating. He portion accounted for 61 per cent Pallbearers NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Fifty Dollars. $50.00)), per set. plus copy of your answer or other pfaadfags
were Ralph
Cox
the of Thirty-Five Dollars.U35.00) .
payment the
creditors of the Estate of Clifford to Complaint on the Ptatetttr Attorney -
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were was buried in Beulah Cemetery.Mr. of all individual income taxes last Herbert Rees, W. M. Jernigan Mock deceased are hereby notifiedand per set to -cover reproductioncosts. G. A. Buie Jr.. Lake City Ftsr-
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starling died Tuesday year compared with 55 per cent Alton McCullers, Jewel Brandon required to file any claims or demands All documents shall remain the ida and file the original answer or
of the and
Local
property Authority
which they have against other pleadings in the office of tIM
five The tax indivi- may
Ben Hays Monday night. morning in St. Vincent's Hospitalin years ago. on Dr. Clyde Bass Mike Tsacrios said Estate ia the office of the County shall be returned to the Office of same Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore Jacksonville following a leng- dual incomes gained 46 per cent J. L. McMullen Charles Huffman, Judge of Suwannee County. Florida, in within ten (10) days after the openingof the 9th day of August 194. If yea fal
in the period as wages moved up- the Court House at Live Oat. Florida, bids. The full deposit will be refunded to do so, judgment by default wffl betaken
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore thy illness. and Dr. G. A. Lee. within .ix calendar months from the for each set of document returnedin against you for the refer demanded -
awhile Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Starling a retired farmer, ward at the same time that deductions Suwannee Funeral Home was date of the first publication of this No- sound and usable condition but the in the Complaint.
of July, Thirty-Five Dollars. ($35.00), payment DONE AND ORDERED at Live
increased. tice: which is the 25thday Oak.
and Mrs. Drew Holmes, was born in Madison County but In charge. 1963. made to cover reproduction costs will Florida this 6th day of J..,.. 194$.
Bob Roberts, and Edith and Bud- had resided in Suwannee since "Taxes paid by corporations Each claim must be in writing and not be refunded.A LAVAUGHN A. SBSSKWW
f operating in Florida amounted to must state the place of residence and certified check or bank draft payable Clerk of Circuit CM*
dy McMullen were supper guestsof early childhood. He was a memberof to the Suwannee County Housing
Locke Cited For post office address of the claimant and Suwannee Gusty Fftsrtta
Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl the Beulah Baptist Church.He $244,499,000 last year, an increaseof must be sworn to by the claimant his Authority; U. S. Government Bonds or (SEAL)
Tressler Monday night. is survived by his widow 14 per cent over 1957. The balanCe Top SalesmanshipCharles agent or his attorney and must be filedin a satisfactory bid bond executed by G. A. BUIE JR.
the bidder
and acceptable sureties in an Columbia
the total collections duplicate. or it will become void according County Crartn Me
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and Mrs. Amanda Starling; four of R. Locke representative to amount equal to five per cent of the Lake City. Florida

Jimmy visited M:*. and Mrs. Da- daughters, Mrs. Lois Payne. Mrs. $145,960,000 was paid on luxuries at Live Oak for United Farm law.LILLIAN K. MOCK bid Bids shall shall be submitted be in triplicate.with each bid. Attorney'-1% for Plaintiff
Administratrix of the Estateof
vid Fortner in Live Oak Sunday Lottie Brannon and Mrs. Hat-i. admissions, gifts, estates, alcohol, Agency was given special recog- Clifford Mock deceased.
tie Williams Live Oak and Mrs. tobacco and the like. 11-14
afternoon.Mr. nition by his company recentlyfor
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner, Ruth Davis Jacksonville; three "In this catch-all total are outstanding salesmanship. He IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN

Yvonne Golden, and Mrs. Hiley sons, E. C. Starling and Joe M. several revealing figures. Furs, received Star Salesman's honorsin AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY I
at Live Oak and Leslie jewelry, luggage and toilet prepa- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN NOTICESunday
Ward spent Friday night Starling, sales competition with over 350 RE: The Estate of
rations (all so-called luxuries)
Steinhatchee. Starling. Jacksonville; four sisters local United representatives from ANNA ROBERTS.

U Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Mrs. Lizzie Boatright and sold in Florida brought $8,527,000 coast to coast. Notice Of Filing Deceased.Petition For Final

children and Marilyn Olive spent Mrs. Daisy Boatright. McAlpin, in federal taxes last year. While Locke played a vital part in a Discharge Of The AdministratorsTO

n Sunday at Keaton Beach. and Mrs. Ollie Starling and Mrs. this amount is up from 1957, it record sales drive which resultedin Notice ALL WHOM is hereby IT MAY given CONCERN that we have: Night July 28

Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullenand Mae Tucker, Live Oak; four dropped below 1961 as the econo- the largest June sales month filed our final returns as administrate ,

children of Live Oak visited brothers, Mallie Starling, Levi my leveled off. Another exampleis the company has experienced in ors of the estate of Anna Roberts, de
ceased that have filed Petitionfor
we our
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Sat- Starling Obie Starling and Car- the tax on beer which jumped its 38-year history.Public final discharge and that we will WAS OUR LAST DAY OF OPERATION
urday night. ra Starling Live Oak. from about $4.5 million in 1957 apply to the Honorable Reece Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hays and Mr. Starling had 19 grandchildren to $15 million last. .year." Florida County on Judge July of 31, Suwannee 1963 for approvalof County. THE DECISION IS DUE TO LACK OF VOLUME.

son. Marty, of Cross City spent and 13 great-grandchildren. NoticesNOTICE the same and final discharge as ad- I
ministrators of the estate of Anna
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Active pallbearers were Henry Roberts deceased. I wish to thank my customers and friends for their

Hays. Ward. Aubrey Ward Howard Baptist Youth Choir 51 w.AdministratorS L. ROBERTS I patronage. I sincerely appreciate your buei>>e88.

Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl Taylor, Olen Sperring, Loy Poole, To Sing In BranfordThe O. ROBERTS I
Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. L. and Osmond Palmer. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Administrator
20-voice Youth Choir of You will please take notice_that the 9.12
P. Fortner Sunday afternoon.Mr. Honorary pallbearers were Will the First Baptist Church of Live undersigned Glynn Duncan is and has I BERNARD KAHLICH
and Mrs. Drew Holmes and I Ward. Henry Clark, Fred McIntosh been and will engage in a motor vehicle INVITATION FOR BIDS
Oak will to the
go First Baptist tire sales recapping and vulcanizing The Suwannee Authority
County
Housing

I Edith McMullen were supper j Ralph Brown, Barney Dun- Church in Branford this Sunday, business and otherwise deal in will receive bids for the furnishing -
1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rob- I ham Everette Poole, and Bob Al- motor vehicle tires and related items of all labor materials equipmentand II{ ITCHTUCKNEE RIVER RESTAURANT
4
Aug. to the entire
present even-
under the name of Live Oak Tire Com services required to construct Low j
ing worship service in song. The pany in Live Oak. Florida, and will Rent Housing Projects No. Fla 50-1A

choir under the direction of Bill
VISITJACK'S
Stroup, Minister of Music and

GRILL Youth Activities will sing several

:. anthems and arrangements of
.
U S 90 EAST some well-known gospel songs

REGULAR MEALS (Home Cooked) such as "The Old Rugged Cross"
and "A New Name In Glory", as
CHOPS STEAKS SEAFOODS
well as a number of short choruses -
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN and spirituals. These choral ifrtJ6J$1

ti''' SANDWICHESFountain Service numbers will be interspersed with *

CURB SERVICEOPEN Scripture reading, organ musicby
Karen Perry, and Speech Choir ,
10 AM 12 MIDNIGHT PHONE 362-3201 renditions. The public is invitedto

JEAN WHITE, Manager go to Branford to hear the .
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choir at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Frank Howes is choir president

Bob Swing is business manager GIRLS BOYS RUGGEDBOBBY
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING and Elizabeth Jackson is secre- ,

ENGINEERSFOR tary. Other members of the choral -
Western Jeans
group are Raleigh Brown. Mary SOCKS
LP OR NATURAL GAS
Alice Daniels. James Dunavant,
We have to give estimates and draw
competent engineers you Inc.
Conna Johnson, Sue Perry, Judy
LEVI & WRANGLERS
blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
Ross, Rodney Ross, Russell Stap-
for LP and Natural Gas.
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the l ton, Sheila Austin. Willa Lundy, 8Se Sizes 2-12
customer prefers. Diane McMullen. Michele McCau- QUALITY FIRST.

SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS ley, Linda Howell. Martha Ann By Cinderella Slims and Regulars

Ellis. Ann Fort Lynn Johnson \

W. C. COPELAND, JR. and Dick Cordle.. / $2.98

HUnter 3-2218 Madison Florida "
The Florida Alcoholic Rehabili- GIRLS SLIPS

tation Program provides the ser
BOYS BETTER
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,
vices of an Industrial Consultantto ,

help Business and industry in By "Her Majesty" SHORT SLEEVE

Florida meet the problem of alcoholism -

TYPEWRITER\ SPECIALS among. employees.. Fine quality cotton with SPORT SHIRTSTuck

,
Business uses advertising to

;. maintain and increase its outlets N Draw Waistband : Rob Roy, Bentley and
for goods. Unless such outlets are 1 B.V.D.

maintained and increased the income -
and elastic side inserts for
on which taxes_are based t Our Reg. $2.98,
STANDARD REMINGTON will not be forthcoming.

s perfect fit. '
'. $
ELECTRIC The bald eagle, symbol of the 1.d0

--,- United States was also the great Sizes 4-14

symbol of the Iroquois Indians. SPECIAL GROUP
_
; The Iroquois believed the eagle
TYPEWRITERS J' watched over them and helped in /5
time of trouble. % $1.25 4 for $5.00BOYS

....r \ .c.- Breath.sweeteners are more
.
than 4,000 years old. Court officials LOOK TOEAGLES

in ancient China were required ;
to hold cloves in their

i .. RE-BUILT peror.mouths when addressing the em- 1 FORQUALITY KNIT BRIEFS


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MACHINES TO Hh By Buck Nobles
TWO (Office Supplies at McCrimcn's) j4: f i : -

1 !:.' ': Sizes 2-16
T CHOOSE FROM


'1 in ford.Suwannee charge. Funeral Home was / &PS.i1 DAN RIVER MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE 2 pr. 88c

.
.. ".t'_,-:.-1; :_ T.' ::12" CARRIAGE. V MUSLIN SHEETS KNIT SHIRTSSizes


:.. [ '." : PICA TYPE Mack's Sport Shop 4-6X 2.98-5.98 72x991.98

') ;?;: ". ,:" Sizes 7-14 3.98-8.98 By Bentlelvganes and

I 18 FT. CANE 2.19
81 99
Ready for School -
YOUR CHOICE POLE $ .59 -
. .
k I- Ready for Play Values to $5.00

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CASTING PILLOW CASES 59c Ea.

E '.r : $150.00McCRIMON'S ( Rod & Reel $5.95 Pretty GIRLS New DRESSES Little Now 2 for $5.00MEN'S

SPIN CASTING In Warm Autumn Prints, Beautiful TuftedBEDSPREADS

Plaids, Stripes or Checks.

Rod & Reel $6.95 All In Easy To Care For MEN AND BOYSSNEAKERS
Fabric. SOCKS
Crickets Worms
100 Viscose Pile
OFFICE SUPPLY ,
.! and all kinds bait. Girls I Panties Machine Washable By Interwoven

108 E. Howard St. and Colorfast By RandyLace.
I } Reduced Prices On All A Large Selection of

J Phone 362-2171 Ice Chests, Water Sizes Trim 4rl4 FULL OR TWIN Styles; and Colors Great For Campus Wear


\ UVE OAK, FLORIDA .7 Jugs COME, Camp TO SEE Stools US. 3 for $I.00 2 for $5.00 $1.00 and $1.50 $2.98 up


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Cholera VaccinationRule great deal more complicated because No. 2Initiated drop
: A LOOK AT THE
Suicannee DemocratSubscriptions of its worldwide character.But 13
; Effective Soon it was the prompt action by by this nation to expand well

--- LEGISLATURE-1963 Commissioner Doyle Conner's the U. S. Department of Agricul- exports to other lands. In 1962
ture to increase foreign importsand our commercial sales of goods and
office today reminded hog owners

_' .. By TOM ADAMS Secretary of State that they have only 30 days Here is a list of new subscriptions limits domestic on domestic quotas and productionthat suspend services to foreign countries exceeded of I -

...., "- left before cholera'vaccination and subscriptions renewedto brought a quick reversal of our purchases by $4.3 mara
f :V '. Notary Law Has Teeth i. An advisory committee established regulations governing move- the Suwannee Democrat from soaring sugar prices.A billion, and they are continuingat billion .
: :_' Florida's 70,000 notaries public by the law has been appointed ment of swine in Flordia become July 19 to July 26.NEW about this same rate this year. fense
:will have to be extremely, careful by the Secretary of Stateto effective. Another
inr certifying documents after assist in drafting rules and "After Aug. 31 no hog may SUBSCRIPTIONS retailer who suggests that dollar element has been the 1963 *
.'Sept.-1 or face a possible five year ethical practice standards. The be moved in Florida from farmto M. O. Harrell Rt.. L. O. his customers boycott a producthe Americans outflow spent by touristsas ter ,
Jail term and a $5,000 fine when committee will hold its organiza- farm, or through stockyardsand Billy Register Lakeland sells "to bring the price down"is numbers in unprecedented and
the new law regulating notaries tional meeting early in August. livestock markets back to Emily Clark Rt. L. O. apt to start a trend that could afford now find it possible to
3F goes into effect.Ignorance Named to this committee are: farms, unless it has been vacci- Nell Richards, Lake City ultimately put him out of busi- travel to other lands. To $4
offset
or the absence .of intent '- Floyd Miner of Miami, representing nated against cholera at least ness. If his customers should get this outflow we have em- f
to defraud is no defense under private investigative agencies; 21 days prior to movement," he SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs. i the idea, for instance that his barked on a program which has My
W. L. Anderson Jr.. Belleville attracted a record high of visitorsfrom
o general prices are "too high", I deeply -
the new amendment passedby George Wackenhut of Miami, investigative I
said.Hogs Ga. him in favor of the other lands to this nationso of :
and stock- they'll pass up
the 1963 Legislature. A notary watchmen, guard passing through .
Wilson National Life Insurance, that this phase of deficits has
the
public now is required to have patrol agencies: Willard Staplesof yards and livestock markets place that convinces them their been
sharply cut.
proof of the identity for all signa- Tampa, private detectives; and which have not been vaccinated aLke City prices are low.
21 John Adicks, L. O. In food retailing, especially the Most important I think is thatour kindly
tures being notarized. Deliberate Fred Gray of Jacksonville, guard against cholera at least
notarizing of false information is and patrol agencies.Not days prior thereto may be sold Era Smith Rt.. L. O. competition is fiercer than ever foreign aid program is now and
R. H. Crews, JacksonvilleMrs. keyed to loans, rather than cake
and today the retailers effortsare
a felony. Ignorant or careless no- A Record only for immediate slaughter.
R. O. Whitfield, Pompano concentrated offering the grants, and we are receiving The is
is on pre-
all pigs
,t tarizing of a false document is a Florida's 1963 Legislature work- Vaccination of
misdemeanor, punishable by a ed long'and hard, but the 2,047 urged to help wipe out cholera BeachJ. lowest possible prices. That's why payments now on a host of loanswe made :;
W. Wallace, Rt.. L. O. have made in the in \
eradi- sales of "discount" stores are past to bols-
fine of up to $500. bills passed fell short of the record under the State-Federal
J. W. Barrs Jr.. Rt., L. 0 skyrocketing and many super ter economies in other lands. We tainly
Private Detectives Go Pro 3,015 enacted in 1961. The cation program now in progress
J. W. Blume, L. O. market chains are moving into are also spending our defense was
Private detectives have been session two years ago cannot "be throughout the state, accordingto
elevated to the rank of a profes- classified as a normal session, Dr. C. L. Campbell, directorof O. T. Wade L. O. the discount field.It funds as much as is possible in
sion by an act of the Florida Leg- however, since the 1960 census the Division of Animal In- Mildred Page, L. O. this land to purchase the vast
Bill Deese, L. O. amounts of
islature which gives the Secretaryof upset literally hundreds of popu- dustry. Serum and vaccine are has become the practice for armament this nation
State the responsibility of licensing lation acts. In 1959 the Legisla- furnished free.Required Carra Boatright, L. O. companies with new products to must maintain, and in addition,
P. E. Hunt, Branford foreign lands I
and regulating them. ture passed 1,995 bills. also by the eradica- test them out in selected areas to are purchasing their
Joseph P. Schuck, director of Of the 2,047 new laws which tion program are cooking of all W. C. Dempsey, L. O. learn whether they are likely to defense equipment from us in a
the Division said and prompt Stephen S. Leary, Ahoskie, N.C.J. make the if mark- record high. The rate of govern-
Licensing regis- were added to the books this garbage fed to hogs grade they are
F. Smith, JacksonvilleD. I
tration of Florida's investigative, month, 547 are general statutes. reporting of any sick hogs. eted on a nationwide scale. ment expenditures abroad will
E. Lee, Manassas, Va.
guard and patrol agencies has The remainder are local or spe- For complete information on Among the latest to come to my
S. C. Hall, BranfordMrs.
been brisk. The deadline for obtaining cial acts.Also passed were 15 pro- the hog cholera eradication attention is an instant carbonated SAVE
E. R. Sessions, LargoV.
the required state license i posed constitutional amendments.A program, hog owners are urgedto drink product of a subsidiaryof
B. Baker, L. O.
without having to pay a $100 Penny Saved contact their county or local one of the big tobacco com-
R. W. Harrell, Orlando
penalty fee is 1. committee, county panies. It's flavored "swizzle
August hog cholera a
It's not really much to crow .
Prior to the enactment of this agricultural agent Farm Bu- stick".
about, but a penny saved is a pen
new legislation private investigative reau office, veterinarian or area i Made in six different flavors,
ny earned, and it does point up
agencies obtained occupa- livestock inspector.UNDERDEVELOPED. No. 1 each plastic stirrer has a flavor
that economy and government are
tional licenses in their respective fact that, because of the freeze, I tip which, when immersed in a
not totally incompatible.When
counties and were subject to lit- this office was faced with visible supplies were drastically glassful of cold water, producesa ...
.tle or' no professional or ethical ECUADOR lowered for the current season carbonated drink.
the job of rebinding some 85 or
control. more legislative journals and law Ecuador, where the Army recently and would remain low until pro-
ousted President Carlos duction was on the way up again. Another new product being
books, the historical price for the
Julio Arosemena, is one of South Concentrate reserves were inadequate sales-tested is a food for cats.
task $25 a book was none
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REECE BROWN I price. teau that comprises one-sixth of prevailing before the freeze, was also, which makes its own milk
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IL! and Mrs. Dalton Townsendof

\ Branford a son Don Carl born : .
Wednesday July 24.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cameron of y
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!I To Miss Campy Luncheon Honoree WednesdayLast W'VI born Wednesday July 24.
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Wednesday Miss Sally I table was overlaid with an im- !
Camp: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ported lace cloth over pink and i ie 11 Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Hodge of; k
no John C. Camp of Jasper and centered with a silver bowl of Live Oak. a daughter Jennifer I
I bride-elect of August thirteenth pink carnations and white asters. Carolyn born Wednesday. July,

was honored with a luncheon giv- Wedding bells were used to desig- ,. 24.
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will en by Mrs. Frank Futch Sr.. at nate the places of the guests. q1 :
t meet her home on Ohio Avenue.To The credenza was centered witha x > Mr. and Mrs. William L. Owen lu
china candelabra holding three 'of Live Oak. a son William Leslie -
Won the right of the foyer entrance -
and side Jr., born Saturday July 27.
pale pink tapers on one
5t per was the lavabo with an ;
E. arrangement of white flowers intermingled of this were three white silvered I _
wedding'bells with pink rose buds rf}(j jP Mr. and Mrs. William E. Landers a. : :
Suw with greenery. On a Xvv
and pink net clappers. On the of McAlpin. a daughter Con-
Corn table near the living room en- Y
$ Y..M nie Gayle born Thursday July
other side was an alabaster vase
five branched
grait trance was a can-
of white Althea and perennial 25.
t deco delabra with a matching container -
E Hsam which held white Althea and phlox. ,
perennial phlox all of which was The hostess presented Miss Here And ThereMr. fit \
with of ter chosen
suit reflected in the mirror above the Camp some

? that table. silver.Miss Mary Jane Futch assistedher : '
,' yap On the coffee table in the liv- ,n&9 ; .
mother in serving. and Mrs. Alfred T. Airth
pras ing room was a bride's bouquet of
Invited to be with the honoree and Mrs. Thomas Radford returned -
white carnations and white tulle
and the hostess were Mrs. John C. r Sunday after a trip to
nigC resting on a pale pink nosegay Camp, mother of the honoree. ,o ,' pYR x' Gatlinburg, Tenn., and other
doily with the white satin streamers >
Miss Ellen Camp and Miss Ann places of interest. Mrs. Winston
Flo completing the bouquet. Camp sisters of the honor guest, L Radford returned home with
Big Placed the piano was an attractive -
on Mrs. Harvey Oehlert, Mrs. Hor- .. them after visiting her brother-
design of pink roses and
ace Lewis Mrs. Ethel Chandler in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
abour pink grapes. One table in the Mrs. Ernest Chandler Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper, of West Palm Beach and Bran- Lindsey H. Bennet Jr., in Ross-
room held a china basket of pink garet Sapp, Mrs. Joe Sapp, Mrs. ford, announce the engagment of their daughter, Mary Kenn vile Ga.
gladioli carnations white pompons E. C. Brown, Mrs. Art Bradley Cooper, to Arthur Walker, son of Mrs. A. J. Walker and the late Mrs. Arthur Gould of St. Petersburg -
and pink net poufs. An-
all of Jasper Mrs. Russell John- Mr. Walker of Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. Chester Bedell of
p other table was graced with a
son, Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., Mrs. The bride-elect is Branford School and at Jacksonville. Mrs. James Alexan-
white Althea arrangement.The a graduate of High engagement of Miss Betty Ann Wigelsworth is announcedby
att6a Harold Gilmore and Mrs. LouieC. der of Montreal Canada. Ed
two luncehon tables in the present is attending Palm Beach Jr. College.Mr her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Wigelsworth. The bride-
Wadsworth. Henry and Mrs. Linda Jenkins of
p thI living room were overlaid with Walker attended Ohio State University and Miami Uni St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs. groom. Julius Victor Africano Jr., is the son of Dr. J. V. African of
1n white drawn work cloths over versity. At present he is employed in West Palm Beach. Horry Hair Jr., of Tallahassee of New Jersey and Mrs. Rose Africano of Hollywood, Fla.
poi pink. Centering each were white Mrs. Jackson The couple plan an August eighteenth wedding in the Bran- spent the week end. with Mrs. H. Miss Wigelsworth a graduate of Snwannnee High School ia
bells tied together with
m wedding
Goodwill HostessThe ford Presbyterian Church at four o'clock. There will be a reception H. Hair Sr. 1959, received her BAF degree in Education from the University of
on white satin bows and lilies of the
at the Woman's Club following the ceremony. No invitations are Mrs. Clark McClellan and Florida in April.
cl valley and on two of the streamers Goodwill Club met Tues-
were wedding bands. Smaller day. July 23, in the home of Mrs.E. being sent. Friends and relatives are invited. daughter of Harrisburg Pa., spent Mr. Alfricano a South Broward High School graduate receivedhis
wedding bells with lilies of the C. Jackson with six membersand week before last here with her BS degree from the University of Florida in 1960. He Is a mem-
Mrs. Ross Leming and Miss Lex McKeithen left Saturdayfor parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude
valley and white satin bows one visitor. Miss Gretchen ber of Theta Chi Social Fraternity. In June he graduated withan
Gretchen Hunter received prizes I a month's training with theAh Harper and her brother Duane.
marked the seating places of the Hunter present. for the LLB from the college of law in Gainesville where he served as
ROTC
I games played.Refreshments Force summe" training Miss Sistie Pascual of Tampais
guests.In The Bible lesson was read in chief defense counsel of the honor court and member of the
was a
were served by f unit at McDill Air Force Base at visiting Miss Nann and Miss
the dining room the bride's unison. Mrs. Jackson. Tampa. Sally Brown this week. Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. An August wedding is planned.
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Kay, to Duane Lambert. Mr. Lambert is the son of Air. and Rev. JAMAICA

Mrs. Roy Lambert, recent pastor of the Pine Grove Church of God A genuine and complete Sellout Everything must be SHIRTSsold

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Miss Yates graduated at Lee Academy in Cleveland, Tenn. Mr. ,

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Institute will be heldat
1I Beekeepers daughter
rj Barbara Lynn of Baker
the HCamp McQuarrie Oca- FLORIDA STATE Chairman J. Dan Ross of the are spending a few days here with
La National Forest. Aug. 8, 9, and MARKETING BUREAU Suwannee River Soil Conservation her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
NOTESWith 10, 1963. All 4-H Club members District Board of Supervisors Johnson Sr.
with apiculture projects and club announced the regular Don Montgomery teturned
J Cattle and calf trading at the
With ,BERNICE SHULER leaders are especially invited. monthly meeting of the Board home Friday after a visit with his
.. Home Demonstration Agent Registration will commence at Suwannee Valley Livestock Market will be held Friday. Aug. 2, at 2 cousins in Atlanta Ga.
+lkvy 1 Thursday Aug. 8.The pro- Wednesday, July 24, climbed:
--- --- pjn. E>jn. at the County Agricultural Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wright and
c What Is a typical day for a gram will revolve around modern to 103 sold compared with 47 Building in Live Oak. Numerous children Diane Lindy and Neal,
Home Demonstration Agent? en.The telephoae rings. The caller methods of beekeeping, and will moved the-week before. items of business are slated for returned home Thursday after
{Mine sometimes begins before I wants to know if it's absolutely feature exhibits continuous George C. Avery of the FloridaState discussion and the meeting is open spending several days at Jack-
come to the office. I may be busy necessary to blanch (heat in showing of films on beekeeping Marketing Service said trading to the public. sonville Beach. '
and a hive-nailing contest, and many was active with demand fair State Soil H. Mr. and
at home getting my materials boiling water) butterbeans Conservationist Mrs. Edward Howland,
topics related to honey produc- for slaughter classes to very good E. Van Arsdall and SCS Plant Miss
ready for an afternoon demon- peas before putting them in the Phyllis Howland John How- .
is tion and marketing.All for feeder-stocker classes. All Material Specialist Ted land, and Miss w- .
stration. For instance recently I freezer. The agent's answer Maurer. Jan Beck of Pa-
: prepared an oven meal demon- "yes. if you want a high grade interested persons desiring classes were too few in either met with Suwannee Valley Ex- latka spent several days last week
stration before going to work. product. In fact blanching can further information should con- week however for accurate price periment Director Dick Lundy at Daytona Beach. Hon. and Mrs.
By 8:30: ajn. I am usually at make the difference between tact assistant County Agent Bill comparison, he added. and SCS personnel Hampton and James Beck joined them Sundayfor
: the office ready to receive visitors serving high or poor quality froz- Maughan, Agricultural. Building. Eighty-three per cent of the Douthat July 31. to evaluate the day. Our claim service
:, and phone calls. I work on ideas en vegetables." supply was cleared to feeder- lespedeza planted here over a Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gates speaks for Itself!
,for meetings. A homemaker comes A 4-H Club girl stops at the The newspaper is the end pro- stocker accounts while calves were I year ago. The,seed for this plant- and daughter Krista Sue returned -
: to the office to find out how to office to show the agent her record duct of many crafts professionsand 43 per cent of the total. ing was furnished through the home Sunday night after When you buy car
remove stains from clothing and book in clothing. The two go talents. Slaughter steers were absent Suwannee River Soil Conservation spending a week with the form Insurance, check
she gets a stain removal leaflet i over the records carefully the agent from the run. Utility and low- District.It er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. State Farm's claim
and chart to take home. While making suggestions here and room temperature several days or standard heifers sold for $16-$20 is still too early to fully assess Gray In Tampa. service network of
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she is in the office she and the there. longer to ripen. per hundred pounds. Cutter and the conservation value of this Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., Frank full time men-
home agent talk about kitchen It's now noon so the home agent Do you like pear preserves? utility cows brought $12.50-$16; a plant in this area although its Futch m, and Mrs. Danny B. world's largest!And
remodeling. Discuss work centers must load her car with dem- Here's a good method for mak- few canners sold for $12. prospects appear to be good. McCrimon spent Friday In Valdosta -
State Farm'slow
and heights: organization of onstration material for a meetingat ing preserves. Cutter and low-utility bulls Representatives of the SCS Ga. check
k kitchen equipment to save steps Rosemary.The 1. Wash, pare and core pears. brought $14-$16.75. Calves were Plant Materials Center in Arcadia Mrs. Agnes Poppell of New Orleans rates for careful
and time; and color in the kitch- afternoon goes by all too They may be preserved whole in absent. visited the District office recently La., is spending several drivers-so low
quickly. After the club meetingthe halves or In quarters. One low-good feederstockersteer to obtain samples of combined weeks In Live Oak with her sister that ODe out of two
agent makes several home 2. For 5 medium-sized pears sold for $24.50; mediums Orlando Lupine seed which had Mrs. Ruth I. Robinson. Other save impor .
: LAND CLEARINGBULIdOZING.DISCING visits to see 4-H Club projects. make a syrup of 2 cups of sugar. brought $20.75-$24.25 and com- been planted by several District recent guests of Mrs. Robinsonwere may !.
Back home she has supper and 2 cups of water and 1 lemon mons traded from $16-$20.25. Cooperators nearly two years Miss Frankie McCoy Jesse tant dollars '.?... ,
then leaves at 7 p.m. for a 4-H sliced very thin. Common and medium heifers McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Call today!
Small or Large Areas Club meeting at McAlpin. 3. Boil sugar and water for brought $16-$20.50. One lowmedium ago.This variety of lupine was erroneously McCoy of Jacksonville and Mrs. SWi Fm fetf. MM.. *. l--apa,,.

CALL Tired at the end of the day? five minutes. cow sold for $18.50; common discontinued after it Fred Spickler of Houston. Tex. 81H Ova:ONIS.....Oillit
Just a little, but it's all in a day's 4. Add pears and lemon. Cook cows brought $13.50-$17.50 and had been planted consequently Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and
H. TURNER work and it's an exciting satis- until pears are clear and trans- Inferiors sold from $12-$14.75. the Plant Material Specialists; son George n, of Atlanta Ga., RICH CAPELLState
E fying job working with people. parent and syrup is of a thick Good and low-choice calves were anxious to obtain this seed have been visiting his parents. Dr. Farm Agent
Night 963-2751 Pears Are Plentiful consistency. weighing between 250-400 pounds for a beginner in order to start and Mrs. G. A. Lee. Mrs. Lee will Phone 962-2176

Day 963-2373 Pineapple or Sand Pear a 5. A few cloves or stick cinna- brought $23-$28, mediums sold for I over again with the lupine. accompany them home Thursdayfor .I
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or writeP. hard variety are plentiful now. mon may be added for flavor 222524.75 commons traded a visit.

O. Box 475 For full-grained texture and good when syrup is made. from $16-$22.75 and one inferior'
WELLBORN, FLORIDA flavor gather pears when grown 6. Pack hot pear preserves into brought $14. Good and choice Here And ThereMrs.
but not fully ripened. Keep at sterile jars and seal. Process for calves weighing between 125-250 E. C. Combs and childrenof .
8 minutes in a boiling water bath.
: pounds brought $25.75-$32.50; Orlando spent last week with
Honey Baked Pears common and medium brought her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Honey Baked Pears make a delicious Cameron.
SANDY POINT FISH CAMPSanta $20-$25.50.
dessert. For baking
you Miss Gerri Howland. student at
Fe River Highway 129 Hog Sales
will need: Jacksonville University spent the
Hog trading soared this week to
i 8 pear halves week end here with her parents
RESTAURANT NOW OPEN 540 compared with low of 126(
% cup lemon juice a Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howland.
Y2 honey two weeks ago. Mixed grades of 4
CATFISH_All You Can Eat cup a
180-210 pound gilts and barrows
1 teaspoon cinnamon The newspaper Is the primary
"" 2 tablespoon butter brought $18.90 per hundred I medium people can consult for a
$1.50 1. Arrange pears In buttered pounds; 210-240 pounds $18.90, buying decision. GOOD '
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;- baking dislu 240-270 pounds $18.10. 160-180
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pounds $18.40 140-160 pounds C
t 2. Pour lemon juice and honey
FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY over pears. $17.60 120-140 pounds $16.40. MORNING __
3. Sprinkle with cinnamon and 100-120 pounds $16 and 80-100 DEEP SEAFISHING
WE CATER TO PARTIES dot with butter. pounds $15.70. _
4. Bake in moderate oven at Most sows weighing under 400
Motel Cooksheds Fishing. Bait. Boats Ramp Camping. FRIENDS
Trailer Park.Swimming Free Picnic Tables 350F until pears are tender, pounds brought $15.50-$16.35,

WE SERVE NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES basting several times. 400-600 pounds $13.55-$14.04. Fromteinhatchee1
5. Serve hot with cream as des- Boars brought $7. _
For Reservation Call 935-3471 sert.If Medium and good feeder pigs S Fla.
you need other ideas for weighing under 60 pounds on
f, C. J. BROWN, Owner .using pears, please call 3623502or brought $15.50-$20.25, 60 -90 .
f stop by the office. pounds $14.75 -$19.25 90140 "The WINNER" Never before in the past has it been so dark
pounds $17-$17.40. that it would not brighten up again when everythinggot -
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SELL YOUR- Card Of ThanksWe Coast Guard Inspected ways expecting a change, but it has been from
wish to express our thanksof Lounge room & Snack bar bad to worse.
sympathy comfort and acts Leaves Taylor's Dock at
of kindness to our many friendsfor 7:30 a.m. Sell your Tobacco for a good price and come to see

the food floral offerings, and Returns 5 to 6p.m. us. We have Cars of all kinds to offer you at prices
prayers at the passing of our heard of all and that
you never before ages prices
; LIVESTOCKWITH father. May God be with you. you might wish for. Give us a chance before you
The Louis Howell Family Person
$5.00 per buy, for 35 years we have tried to serve you with
$1.00 for Rod & Reel the BEST OF ALL.
_ '\. Come to Grantham Chevrolet
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; rich and all the hospital staff ., Sun. and Holidaysfor
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Clare Parker and for the flowers, Wed., Thurs. & Fri.
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Si News From Branford Choir To. :=11'
PerformThe :
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Youth Choir of the First Flames Reap Harvest Of ;. j
Baptist Church of Live Oak were very glad to have good
under the direction of Bill attendance at Sunday School last
BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Farm Deaths "
Stroup will brine the evening Sunday. Let's try to keep improv i Property DamageOne I

worship service at the First
ing.Rev. out of 10 of the around the field.
more plowed
every
Church of Branford Marvin Odom filled his
Area ens Club O. Z. Jones Suffers Branford Baptist than 8,000 farm residents that Every member of a farm family
Sunday evening at 8 appointment at the Mikesville
Stroke In Illinois p.m. will be killed in accidents this should know how to summon the t
The Choir is composed of Advent Christian Church Sunday.We
year will die in fires. local fire department without delay '
To Hear Program O. Z. (Oscar) Jones, promi- PersonalsMrs. 20 voices and will bring the en- are sorry to report that T. Fire losses have increased froman the Florida Agricultural Extension -
P. Beach is a patient in the Lakeshore ,
nent Branford resident, suffered tire service including the Bible average of $74.1 million annualin Service specialist e-1-
stroke recently and is in Scripture. Hosiptal in Lake City, but
a
; 1940-1944 to phasizes. Its telephone numbershould
$162 million a
On Yule serious condition in the Evans- W. B. Thomas spent last There will be a fellowship we are glad to know he is some year
) Lights her in 1957-1961. In 1961 alone, fire be posted prominently nearthe
Tallahassee
j week in visiting better.
Evanston, IlL hour following the
ton Hospital regular ser cost the nation's farmers $163 telephone. Adult members
,' The Branford Area Men's Club The stroke occurred in Evanston son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and vice. Everyone is invited to attend Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and little million despite decreases in 1960 should cooperate in helping provide -
Mrs. Paul Gresham and family. daughter, Debra Ann, of Talla-
half
and .
about two
will monthly a and 1961. community fire protection.A .
hold their
regular Mrs. Gresham and family accom- hassee visited her parents, Mr.
= 5; at theWoman's weeks ago while Mr. and Mrs. "Inspection plus Correction pond within pumping distance
meeting Monday, Aug.
panied her mother home and and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell, last week
I Jones awaiting the arrival of farm buildings
Club Building with sup- were equals Protection" is the theme of I provides a good
4 spent the week end here visiting Mrs. Owen Hosts
beginning at 8 of their son, Kenneth Jones, end.Mr. this year's National Farm Safety I emergency water supply If a
per pm. .
from Heidelberg, Germany. with her parents.Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spoonerand Week i pond is impractical build
E. K. Hamilton, manager of the July 21-27. reports A. M. an
Suwannee Chamber of Kenneth was en route to his and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch Methodist WSCS daughter Ginger, of Jack- Pettis, University of Florida Agri- emergency cistern of at least ,_-
I. County the home after two years of teaching and family accompanied their sonville were guests of their par- cultural Extension Service safety gallon capacity. Stock tanks are
I Commerce, will present prof daughter, Sandra, and Lynda ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner -
another of
in an Army dependent leader. "Find the hazard, get rid source water. And
Christmas Methodist WSCS
The met July
which will be
gram on Bailey and Nell Drawdy, to Tal- and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ad- of it buckets of sand be used
schooL11rs. and it can't lead to an accident can to
decorations for the town. 24 at the home of Mrs. Graham
f Jeff Miller of Kissimmee lahassee Sunday where they will kins, last week end. ," he urges smother small blazes before they
and
show slides Owen with the president, Mrs.
Hamilton will
spend a week at TwirUing Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. More than half the farm fires get out of control.
samples of decorations especially Fred Fissell Jr. has spent the I Wilson Suggs, presiding.Mrs. .
lampposts Jones, accompanied by her son Doris Ware son, Scott, of Gainesville were happen in the home. The most
the town
suitable for presented a
and Kenneth, visited over nightin past two weeks at an Army Campat guests of his parents, Mr. and frequent victims are two helpless Card Of ThanksWords
and informative
that are equipped with mercury very interesting
fi' Ft. Benning, Ga. Mrs. Willie Beach, Sunday after-
Branford last week en routeto groups the very old and the very
lights. This type of lighting program on "Reports From Landsof inadequate to
v.vapor G. W. Wells of Perry visited are express -
noon.
the Miller home in Kissim- young, which need aid in case of
tJ; presents a problem for decoratingas Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch and. Decision". During the 1960-64 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odom visit- our appreciation for the
.1 to color that is attractive at mee.Kenneth quadrennial the four countries fire."Every flowers food, telephone cafe
night. -
f returned Monday to family Friday ed their son-in-law and daughter : family, and especially
night. await further results concerning Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and chosen to be lifted up are Argen- Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Star- farm families, should be fire con- cards, prayers, and kindnesses.
Chris Burkhardt, manager of his father's condition. son are visiting relatives in Ten- tina, Rodesia, Pakistan, and ling, at Brooker Saturday.Roy scious and learn to recognize fire shown us during OneaTs tttotM
Florida Corporation at China. During the call to and after his
Power wor- death.
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nessee. Cannon and little daughter hazards, stresses Pettis, pointingout
High Springs, will also discuss Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Philpot Jr. ship Mrs. Ware read from Corin- Debra Sue, of Jacksonvillewere that nearly every farm fire All these things have made the
t this type of decorating with the Mr. And Mrs. Hatch and daughter, Ann Shumate, left ,thians 2-5. During the meditation guests of his mother, Mrs.L. could be prevented. burden easier to beer and are a

above lighting system.All Host Birthday PartyThe last Thursday to visit relatives in she emphasized the continuationof J. Cannon, and other relatives Proper maintenance and safe great consolation at a time Hk.
officers and members are Daytona Beach Miami and Bar- responsibilities for the love of here last week end. work habits eliminate nearly all this.May
this meeting as home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Christ.A .
urged to attend I Some of the farmers here are fire causes. "Safeguards includeat God bless you for being
we need some kind of workable E. Hatch was the setting for a I tow.Mr.. and Mrs. Shelby Moore of short business meeting followed through gathering tobacco but least one pressure-type hand such wonderful friends and we

project for making Branford more birthday supper Saturday night, Branford and Mr. and Mrs. Bob the program. By mutual some are gathering this week fire extinguisher in each home shall ever be grateful to God aM
attractice for the holiday season. July 27, honoring Rudolph Hatch consent of the group, the meeting you.
I Synder and son of Jacksonville while some are selling. Hope they chimney spark arresters and fire-
Graham Owen said this week and Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch.A in Iowa where time was changed to the fourth resistant The Family of
vacationed recently all get a good price for it, they roofs, approved lightning
that he Is looking forward to see- delicious supper was servedto Monday night in the month. Oneal BoatrightOh -
they visited Mr. Synder's parents earn all they get. protection and electrical wiring
ing all officers and newly appointed Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch and family. After the business meeting Mrs. A number of Beachville folks adequate to handle the heavy .

committee chairmen and and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeonD. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and Owen served refreshments of have been visiting T. F. Beachin loads on modern farms," he says. yes, Martha, we all know
members present at this: his sec- Hatch and family, and Mr. family left Tuesday for a vacationin punch, cake, nuts, and mints to the hospital. It is not known Grain driers should be provided the difference between right and

ond meeting as president of the and Mrs. R. E..Hatch.. the mountains of North Caro- Mrs. Ouida Fletcher, Mrs. Wilson yet when he will be able to come with thermostatic controls to prevent wrong it's making a decision

club. Suggs, Mrs. A. M. Parker Mrs.E. home. overheating in the heat that gets us.

Physician Moves HereDr. lina.Mrs.. Lewis Wolfe and childrenof R. Witherell, Mrs. Peter Rich- Rv. F. E. Day of Lake City will transfer chamber, and the driers

RENEW YOUR and Mrs. Owen R. Hunt and Orlando are visiting her mother ardson, Mrs. W. S. Ware, and fill his appointment here Sunday. should be vented to direct gases I

DRIVERS LICENSES family moved to Branford from Mrs. W. J. Dempsey and fam- Mrs. Bob Bell. Services at 10 am. and 7:30 pm. and heat outdoors. FOR YOUR
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DURING THE MONTHOF Jacksonville over the week end. ily.Mrs. Visitors always very welcome. Newly stored hay should be inspected TREE TRIMMING &
YOUR BIRTHDAY Dr. Hunt will open his practice Minnie L. Philpot and Baptist Church Hosts daily for several weeks for TREE REMOVAL
here around the middle of Au- Mrs. Lois P. Williams and grand- overheating that could lead to
REECE COUNTY BROWN JUDGE gust, upon discharge from the daughter, Shawn Hatch, attendedthe Brotherhood Meeting Card Of ThanksWe spontaneous ignition. TRENCHING OR
i Navy. wedding of Peggy Mathis The First Baptist Church of would like to express our Electric lights in barns shouldbe DITCHING

Roberts and Pat Sellars at the Branford was host to the Suwannee deepest gratitude for the food, protected with glass guards to' CALL

... First Methodist Church in Tren- Associational Brotherhood cards, flowers, and other expressions prevent hay and dust from com-
t IJ:'M*'>:>""<':::: ;..<:.".:<<'-' .. ton Sunday afternoon.Mrs. meeting Monday night, July 22. of sympathy extendedto ing in contact with them. Portable FloodConstruction
\ .:::: .':.): FREE Maude Lease is on an extended -I Supper was served by the host us in the passing of our mother electric lights should have heavy-

4 11 ,::::,: ... 24-HOUR visit with her brothers church to about eighty people. and sister. duty cords and protective guards. Co.

I:i: 'i.:< >.x. ':: .. OXYGEN EQUIPPED and sisters in Harleyville, S. C. Guest speaker was Dave Alder- The Family of Field burning should be dis
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-' p ? Mrs. Ray Conner and four chil- man of Tallahassee. Mrs. Gladys Rumbley couraged. If done, a fire break at t 362-2101

Ambulance Service dren spent the past seven weeks Alderman is Field Secretary of least six-feet wide should be .- .

.L...% .> : '( here visiting with her mother, Is your birthday this month?

::1t. Phone 362-3333 Mrs. W. O. Slocum, and other family returned home Saturday Renew your driver's license NOW!

relatives enroute from New Bern, after a week's visit in New Mexico. -

N. C., to Quartz Hill, Calif., where Returning with them was Mrs. District Three of the Florida Bap-
1 she will join her husband and Sykes' father, J. H. Gilley, who tist Convention. He brought a

,-.. : make their home there. had been visiting there for the very inspirational and challenging -
Mrs. Jessie Jones of Ft. Pierce past few weeks. message.
JAMES B. DANIELS
and Mrs. Gertrude Gant of Bell

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Phone
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East Howard+ St. : :b
and Mrs. Andrew Jamerson.Mrs. Adults 50c Children 20c
J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. Exie Atwell of St. Augus- Tax Included
tine spent the week end here with SAFETY NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX
--i( S. C. BASS JR. 8S
: : her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Worth OFFICE OPENS 1:45
EMERT POTEET Sullivan.Mr. SAFETYPERFORMANCE MOVIE STARTS 2:00
and Mrs. Bill Sykes and Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
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The federal government received A recent study of a sample
Memorial Rites Held more than $3.3 billion from group of patients at the Florida
excise taxes on alcoholic beverages Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center FOUNTAIN PEN ,
in fiscal year 1963 accordingto showed more than 40 per cent
i figures from the U. S. Internal were either divorced or separated.
Revenue Service. SPECIALSHEAFFER
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For Tallahassee Officer Herds of as many as. 200,000
Summertime means a lot of African wildebeest will suddenly '''
kids on the streets and around. dart off toward a distant rain FSTERBROOKCARTRIDGE '
Watch out for them when you storm. When they get there, they or
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(This is another in a series of 'sick," and he asks Milton to pur- Cuyler in July. drive. wait for the young grass to sprout.
.articles portraying Florida as chase a few sacks of coffee, plus An auction sale held today in > PENS <
events unfolded 100 years ado sugar and syrup, and forward it the A. Hopkins and Company
published by the Florida Civil to Richmond. Palmer says "three salesroom in Tallahassee, offered Seven Free Cartridges & PenOnly75c
War Centennial Commission.) pounds of coffee and six poundsof the following commodities which MOVING SOON! J
Edited By sugar furnish one pint each were brought through the block- '
SAMUEL PROCTOR for 100 men, but by adding a lit- ade recently for sale: 22 barrels FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC
University of Florida tle rye or wheat and a little more rum, 3 bags coffee, one bale ma- GREATLY REDUCEDWe
AUGUST 1 A memorial service sugar, this quantity could :give nila rope, two cases gin, four
was held today by the men them coffee twice a day, so that dozen toilet soap, three dozen Are Moving. Soon And Must Clear Store
of the Dixie Yeomen Co. K. 5th 100 men would use about 100 hairbrushes, three dozen fine
Regiment Florida Volunteers, en- pounds of coffee and 300 poundsof tooth combs three dozen pocket B&JG1FTSHOP McCRIMON'S OFFICE SUPPLY
camped near Culpepper Va., for sugar a month. knives, six dozen iron spoons one
Lieutenant J. C. Blake of Talla- AUGUST 4 J. J. Chaires an- gross lead pencils, age and pearl 108 E. Howard St. Phone 362-2171
Conner Street Next To Suwannee
hassee who was killed July 2, 1863 nounces from Tallahassee today buttons, 12,000 hooks and eyes, > Democrat
at Gettysburg, Pa that he is authorized by Briga- white cotton spool thread, ladies' PHONE 362-3492 LIVE OAK FLORIDA
pp AUGUST 2 The Alabamaand dier General Howell Cobb "to and men's hose, calico, slates, and -

Florida Railroad Companywill mount a portion of my men and .six. packages.. of shoe _tread..u All_
ask the legislature to amendits recruit 40 men to complete a com- items, it is announced, will be (
charter' so that it can builda pany of cavalry". Officers will be "sold for cash in bankable funds.
hotel.It also plans to establishan elected. Since all "men will haveto U. S. Secretary of the Navy
"Omnobus Line" in Pensacola. shoulder arms, this is an excellent Gideon Welles informs AdmiralJ.
The company will also ask the opportunity to serve their A. Dahlgren, commanding the i
legislature to change its name to country. Saddles Bridles etc., South Atlantic Blockading Squadron -
the Pensacola Railroad Company. furnished." (which includes the northeast
AUGUST- In a letter to Gov- The Florida Sentinel today pub- coast of Florida) that he opposes I
ernor Milton Dr. Thomas M. lished the following bit of humor: giving Navy men "whiskey whilst'un
Palmer reports that there are nowa "The Captain of a vessel is not er action."' Welles encloses a
hundred patients in the Florida governed by his mate but a mar- memorandum from the Chief of
Hospital in Richmond, with room ried landsman generally is." the Federal Bureau of Medicine
-enough to accommodate about as AUGUST 5 The commanderof and Surgery which says that "the p
many more. The wounded from the U. S. bark Roebuck informs issue of whiskey to men under the
the Battle of Gettysburg are com- Washington that between circumstances is neither wise
ing in slowly: only i 12 or 13 pri- August 1st and 3rd his men recovered nor conducive to anything more
vates and no officers are being ten and a half bales and than a merely temporary result of
treated. The Confederate government one bag of cotton from the beachat no beneficial character the
has notified Dr.Palmer thatit St. Andrews Bay. This is prob- issue of whiskey to men exhausted AUGUST CLEARANCE
can no longer furnish coffee ably part of the cotton thrown by labor and ,heat proves a J t1 i I.
except for the "very worse cases". overboard by the Confederate momentary comfort, and stimu-
Dr. Palmer thinks that coffee is steamer Alabama white it was beIng lates, it is true but the depres-
"almost indispensible for the chased by the U.S.S. R. R. sion soon recurs to make its rep-
etition necessary. Whiskey is a

simple stimulant, and nothing ,,' "
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MOBILE HOME SALESNEW '
LADIES.DRESS LADIES
No. 1 _. .:
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club's Boys and Girls Committee, '
AND USED presented the awards. Weaver : j ,
SHOES MATERIAL SHOES
noted that each of the boys hon- ,;
ored by these presentations were '.. -- .
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Quality active in community as well as ", "

S. 90 WEST Ranch activities.. $2.95 : 69C YD. $5.95Values

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA No. 2. ..
MORGAN'S TRAILER PARK Phone 3622016Florida Dice, and End Russell Wads- :.
worth, all of whom graduated this to $9.95 Values to $1.29 Values to $12.95 J
June, and added that the team .
can hardly replace such greats. ..' ..
Townsel said that even Gaines-

0 ville High School, that plays tripleA LADIES. BED .
football last year never faced SHEETS
players who were as good as these
four boys in ,their respective po HATS

.... a. CrCUS tui9L9ROUGii sitions.The quarterbacking post on the / : :' SPREADS

L II of summet Bulldog squad this* year has developed $1.98 r"
into a race between : :
-i-i1 1 $4
Johnny Hurst, 160-pounds, and :
Malcomfr Brady. 150-pounds. > 1/Z PRICE 7d
Townsel said both boys have a lot
of potential. He said he bought $2.95 Values
\ them a weighted football in the Values to $8.95
spring and both have improved
considerably In their passing.
Backing Fletcher at center is
Coy Hale, 180-pounder who has
never played,football but has con- DRESS SALE LADIES SPORTSWEAR
siderable potential, Townsel said. -
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Guards in addition to Bisphamare
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:, Richard Gaskins, 165-pounds,
Wally Allen 150-pounds, and SHORTS
Mike Edwards, 150-pound resi- SUM JIMS
ns"a dent of the Boys Ranch. OFF OFF
: .If CULOTTESSKIRTS

--- lifting.Townsel himself Allen said is Gaskins through quick and has weight will Improved : 3 'o3


play a lot of football this season, BLOUSES
.. XS he added. '
The tackle position will be held
down by Robinson and Bernard : MEN'S
Ij L: Weaver, 180-pounds. Both of LADIES LADIES -
these boys have experience but TROUSERSBAGS
reserves at this position are virtually -
non-existent. : SLEEP WEAR $5.95Values
Backing Kirby at fullback is
James Daniels, 155-pounds. and '
,, to
$9.95WALKINGSHORTS
GOWNS
Danny Ryals, 140-pounds.
George Langford and Lynn SHORTIE 1/3
Williamson; 160-pounds will spell xj.0 ,
Avery and Box at halfback. _
Townsel Williamson has sLVEP"coaTS
said good OFF
ability and could, with some determination $3 95
make,a bid for start- Plus Tax PAJAMAS .
ing halfback. Values to $5.95MEN'S

Candidates for the end posi- . tion are Nicky Tsacrios, 160, .
Richard Perry 155, Del McCul- ', ., MEN'S SHIRTSSUITS I
ty\IIa lers, 170, and Tony HUHiouse. :
Other prospects include Casey

ley Ballard, and Wayne Jerry Baxter.Gill John Bink- : > HATS ;*<._ ". $1.95
SARASOTA
Townsel summarized the posi- Values to $3.95MEN'S
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tion of the Bulldog roster as not SPORT COATS r

being able to afford injuries or '
less of personnel. : : :

( No.3 N. 1 / $2.95 SHIRTS

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n with fair and good down $1 to $3. 3 : $2.95Values
Nondescript was off $10.50 to $13. Values to $5.00 .. .,
The remaining grades sold about
to $4.95"
See of Florida
more this in line with 1962 levels. Com --
summer. Visit your State panies paid a top price of $66 to
$67. Very few of the new slick ', '
.Parks and enjoy their grades appeared on floors thru- ,

natural beauty-their out the belt.Offerings. ,
were composed of
-- fine
recreation facilities.For considerably larger percentages of

a circus of summer low-quality primings and nonde- .>
script this year. These grades ,-".ALL
fun visit
your Stale made up over one-half of the

.. Parks often. total sales. Lugs were sold In
much less quantity. In addition
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SALES
I the proportion of leaf was under
.. last year's.The principal market-
i.. ings were low and fair primings ,. :
FINAL
( ;b. nondescript, and fair lugs.
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The federal government received A recent study of a sample
1 Memorial Rites Held more than $3.3 billion from group of patients at the Florida I:
excise taxes on alcoholic beverages Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center FOUNTAIN PEN '
in fiscal year 1963r accordingto showed more than 40 per cent
) figures from the U. S. Internal were either divorced or separated.
Revenue Service ,
SPECIALVSHEAFFER
I .
For Tallahassee Officer Herds of as many as 200,000 .
Summertime means a lot of African wildebeest will 'suddenlydart '
kids on the streets and around. off toward a distant rain FSTFE2BROOK'CARTRIDGE
Watch: out for them when you storm. When they get there they or
(This is another in a series of sick," and he asks Milton to pur- Cuyler in July. drive. wait for the young grass to sprout. .
.articles portraying Florida as chase a few sacks of coffee, plus An auction sale, held today in PENS
events unfolded 100 years ago sugar and syrup, and forward it the A. Hopkins and Company -
published by the Florida Civil to Richmond. Palmer says "three salesroom in Tallahassee, offered Seven Free Cartridges & Pen
War Centennial Commission.) pounds of coffee and six poundsof the following commodities which MOVING SOON!
Edited By sugar furnish one pint each were brought through the block-
SAMUEL PROCTOR for 100 men, but by adding a lit- ade recently for sale: 22 barrels FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC Only 75cMcCRIMON'S x
University of Florida tle rye or wheat and a little more rum, 3 bags coffee, one bale ma- GREATLY REDUCED
AUGUST 1 A memorial service sugar, this quantity could 'give nila rope, two cases gin, four
was held today by the men them coffee twice a day, so that dozen toilet soap, three dozen We. Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store
of the Dixie Yeomen, Co. K, 5th 100 men would use about 100 hairbrushes, three dozen fine
Regiment, Florida Volunteers, en- pounds of coffee and 300 poundsof tooth; combs, three dozen pocketknives B&JGIFTSHOP OFFICE SUPPLY
camped near Culpepper, Va., for sugar a mopth. six dozen iron spoons, one
Lieutenant J. C. Blake of Tallahassee AUGUST 4 J. J. Chaires an- gross lead pencils, age and pearl 108 E. Howard St. Phone 362-2171
Conner Street Next To Suwannee Democrat
who was killed July 2, 1863 nounces from Tallahassee today buttons, 12,000 hooks and eyes,
at Gettysburg Pa that he is authorized by Briga- white cotton spool thread, ladies' PHONE 362-3492 UVE OAK, FLORIDA ii
AUGUST 2 The Alabamaand dier General Howell Cobb "to and men's hose, calico, slates, and I
Florida Railroad Companywill mount a portion of my men and six packages of shoe tread. All
ask the legislature to amendits recruit 40 men to complete a com- items, it is announced, will be (
charter so that it can builda pany of cavalry". Officers will be "sold for cash in bankable funds."
hotel. It also plans to establishan elected. Since all "men will haveto U. S. Secretary of the Navy "
"Omnobus Line" in Pensacola. shoulder arms, this is an excellent Gideon Welles informs AdmiralJ.
The company will also ask the opportunity to serve their A. Dahlgren, commanding the
legislature to change its name to country. Saddles, Bridles, etc., South Atlantic Blockading Squadron -
the Pensacola Railroad Company.I furnished." (which includes the northeast
AUGUST- In a letter to Gov- The Florida Sentinel today pub- coast of Florida) that he opposes
ernor Milton, Dr. Thomas M. lished the following bit of humor: giving Navy men "whiskey whilst
Palmer reports that there are nowa "The Captain of a vessel is not under action." Welles encloses a
hundred patients in the Florida governed by his mate,but a mar- memorandum from the Chief of
Hospital in Richmond, with room ried landsman generally is." the Federal Bureau of Medicineand h
enough to accommodate about as AUGUST 5 The commanderof Surgery which says that "the
many more. The wounded from the U. S. bark Roebuck informs issue of whiskey to men under the
the Battle of Gettysburg are com- Washington that between circumstances is neither wise
ing in slowly; only \2 or 13 pri- August 1st and 3rd his men recovered nor conducive to anything more
vates and no officers are being ten and a half bales and than a merely temporary result of
treated. The Confederate government one bag of cotton from the beachat no beneficial character the
has notified Dr.Palmer thatit St. Andrews Bay. This is prob- issue of whiskey to men exhausted AUGUST CLEARANCE
can no longer furnish coffee ably part of the cotton thrown by labor and heat proves a JfILI
except for the "very worse cases". overboard by the Confederate momentary comfort, and stimu-
Dr. Palmer thinks that coffee is steamer Alabama white it was being lates, it is true, but the depres-
"almost indispensible for the chased by the U.s.s. R. R. sion soon recurs to make its rep-
etition necessary. Whiskey is a
simple stimulant, and nothing
I'
more.

I MOBILE HOME SALESNEW No. 1 LADIES DRESS I LADIES

club's Boys and Girls Committee, -
AND USED presented the awards. Weaver SHOES. MATERIAL I SHOES
noted that each of the boys hon- ;
ored by these presentations were "
t Federal Homes Inc.
Quality active in community as well as : >- :

U. S. 90 WEST Ranch activities.. $2.95 : 69C YD. _., $5.95

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA No.2 .

MORGAN'S TRAILER PARK Phone 3622016Florida !j Dice, and End Russell Wads- '
.
:worth, all of whom graduated this Values to $9.95 Values to $1.29 Values to $12.95
June, and added that the team
can hardly replace such greats.
Townsel said that even Gaines-

ville High School, that plays tripleA LADIESHATS : : -BED.
football, last year never faced SHEETS
players who were as good as these
four boys in their respective po- SPREADS

i .. a circus \un sitions.The quarterbacking post on the : : '_
of
; summet Bulldog squad this* year has developed $1 98
m :
into a race between :1I. _.
Johnny Hurst, 160-pounds, and $4.95

Malcomb Brady 150-pounds. Il2 PRICE .
Townsel said both boys have a lot '
of potential. He said he bought $2.95 Values
i a them a weighted football in the Values to $8.95
spring and both have improved
considerably in their passing.

v :*,."w IV :<:""''''''' ..'..... Backing Fletcher at center is
Coy Hale, 180-pounder who has
-'l'f:' ., never played football but has con- DRESS SALE LADIES SPORTSWEAR

; j"'lr'Y'M'-A': >'',:$" siderable potential, Townsel said.
II .t Guards in addition to Bisphamare

(% .,.... ." ,,,c:,,::, '*''.,'.',''V'6L Richard Gaskins, 165-pounds,
< ::
.T.if. :"' SHORTS
.,. e R :g Wt. .:>;<<<< Wally Allen, 150-pounds and
:<(v < .., v: 'y
>:: "" }<' 'J Mike Edwards, 150-pound resi- SLIM JIMS
&"
1
-> *
'"j"' pt iY::\" <,/f, v, u. t.t,. )f't';fJJ1;'.?::., dent of the Boys Ranch. ', / OFF CULOTTES 1OFF
't 'N' >'f' 'i5i1 Townsel said Gaskins has im- ,
r4
....... : :. ,. .liki/i : ,
": ?
", t1'fNJ: ...tl .: p J! lifting. Allen is quick and will
L w>:,fArw j rn,,;,;: ".':;<.... ?,": -li play a lot of football this season, ..
'.* rlr.: <'<: :( :t he added.
:, >>M :?N:.., .<;,:A;.,. >:1t, <.:,g.."t
I '<}t:1: : k t;? ;: The tackle position will be held .
C ,'f : down by Robinson and Bernard l' MEN'S
'< 4.'''>.,>.+:: ">:',:;'''''$$'i4>:h'''
.:t>tr., <%;;:>,,.* ,:-':,k>:":.:,:;*'r.''<1.Jt-'tf': ,...>:,;...,i':**.," Weaver, 180-pounds. Both of LADIES LADIES '" -
.e"f- these boys have experience but TROUSERSBAGS
reserves at this position are vir-
tually non-existent. SLEEPWEAR -
$5.95Values
: Backing Kirby at fullback is
*Ji' ,
& -:'''''.. V -
'>>:' ;' James Daniels, 155-pounds, and
:
J0 to
$9.95
t Danny Ryals, 140-pounds. GOWNS
? George Langford and Lynn 1/3

l v : SEBRINc Williamson Avery and; 160-pounds Box at halfback.will spell $ 95 :Ns WALKING SHORTS

Townsel said Williamson has good OFFPAJAMAS
SLEEP COATS
ability and could, with some determination $3.95Values
make a bid for start- Plus Tax
ing halfback. I to $5.95
Candidates for the end posi- S 3MEN'S
tion are Nicky Tsacrios, 160, -
Richard Perry 155, Del McCul- MEN'S SHIRTSSUITS
I
lers, 170, and Tony Hillhouse. ;
Other prospects include Casey

Ballard, Wayne Gill, John Bink- : HATS ; $1.95
:a ley and Jerry Baxter. .-
I SARASOTA Townsel summarized the posi- .
Values to $3.95
_.
tion of the Bulldog roster as not SPORT COATS '. :

being able to afford injuries or H '
'
less of personnel. ..
52.vaw 95 SHIRT S

1 ( No.3 '/3 .
OFF A
with fair and good down $1 to $3.

Nondescript was off $10.50 to $13. 1 to $5.00 $2.95,96
"
The aboutin
remaining grades sold Val
See of Florida
more this line with 1962 levels. Com-

summer. Visit your State panies paid a top price of $66 to
$67. Very few of the new slick
Parks and enjoy their grades appeared on floors thru-

natural beauty-their out the belt.Offerings .
were composed of
,fine recreation facilities.For considerably larger percentages of

a circus of summer low-quality primings and nonde- '
script this year. These grades ALL
fun visit
your State made up over one-half of the

.r : Parks often. total sales. Lugs were sold In
much less quantity. In addition
_. SALES
the proportion of leaf was under ,
:
last year's. The principal market-
-
: +-, -
-- i; ings were low and fair primings,
t- ;.;...
; nondescript and fair lugs. FINAL.
i; s r

..w ,. 2,., ., '' No.4
: -
T : 2-
pie Engineers Inc.--will have to
-
"t .: review the bids and make ream

.. ,: .PRINTED_'ASfAPUBUC.. SERVICE, :- ,. mendations beta they .become .: ..- '. ..
official. .. .
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