Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00293
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00293
 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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Federal Commissioners Government To Okey Participate Addition To Tobacco 1 Market Will Open July 28 !fr

Regional Library Building Here -

An addition to the Suwannee River Regional Library, -hiltlllelJhia Baptist Church fWiYft/iVm Sunday Phillips Forecasts Strong Market;

was here Saturday by the Board of Count .. ..,. ,r.. ."-,-" --,----... ;
approved .-'J 'C')>. "1' Same
'It:' .. Operators I Here I This Season
Commissioners. The addition will be a Joint project wit f ,

Suwannee County bearing 45 percent of the cost and th .. >,. .' i Florida's flue-cured
'} tobacco auction markets
federal government the 55 "
providing remaining :
percent .'
1' I open on Wednesday, July 28, Commissioner of AgricuL
I Total coat of the li t.u.fiTHINKHUGo' "
i DroJect ri
ture Doyle Conner
mated at approximately 80000. .,; "' this week. Conner U
"" '1..! ,' ., charged by law with the
Clyde Harrta of Jacksonville I ..""t- .... ... responsibility of setting the
I '. .. ,.. date on which sales will begin
the architect with Harry Brin-: .-:," ," in Florida but eJection
ton. director ,of the Jacksonvllh ., .... hlch la a day earlier than the
Public Library serving M a consultant July 39 date recommended by the
1" .' 'H Hoard l Reduces Florida Tobacco
) Advisory Hoard.I .
With U.l C Wadnrrtli { J ." ., > ."
A planning commute, made u( 1 I the aaait M the date on which
of a member to be designated b] r Ward Valuation ales In Georgia will begin
How true. the board. Miss Elisabeth Ban. director ; Bales on the Uv. Oak Market
I think that talk made by 6ecreUry of the Suwannee RiveRegional will open at 1:30: am. July 2..

of State Tom Adam at the Library, airs. VlrginlsOrtgg. Accept Tax: Roll with first ales at Farmer Warthouiw
Baptist acaodaUonal l brotherhood public library consultant. ol One and the fluwannc
rally Monday night WM on of the Florida Stat. Library and Suwannc County'! Board or WarrhouM. Duyers working thHuwannee
the finest dlaeunlona! of mortllty Harris and Brlnton are to meet County OonunlNtoiwri completed flwv will move at 10:30
In government and lit. generally on July 37 with trustees of the IU work M a Hoard of EquallM a m. to th. Big Independent
that I have ever heard. regional library to make final flan hero Saturday by reducing Warehouses where sale will then

Tom Aflame 1* always a sincere plans for the new addition. the ajueaMncnt of Ward Fertilise continue for th remainder< of th*
speaker and has the knack of con.vlncanf Plans call for a two-story addition Company to the tentative value day.
you be not only means on the end sail of the present placed on It& June 14. ThU war Mayor J. Marvin Phillip who

what he Is saying- but genuinely facility. Ret rooms now on 'LN+' M AbMWwFI gn j the only complaint restored\ with ervea a* ales. supervisor for the
teem It to be right. that plot will be torn down for the +M wave. Mlllf the board on 18d& value set by Live Oak market laid her TUN

Remarks beard after Ms tajkiTMLcavt addition. Included In tentative Tax Afsrssor Wm Hubbard Gray, day that all floor would be open
; he gave that group of plans Is a multipurpose room Commissioners took under ad. ed to receive leaf Saturday, July
men something to think about for that can be used for story hours, vUrment! July 11 a rrqurwt from 7(. rhlltU aUo Mid all warehoutw
hla statement. that w* normallyget u a work room or for group meetings Ward Fertiliser that the June 14 operator preferred to accept tobacco
the kind of government we de> If desired. figure of 183300 bit wed rather only on an emergency buY
acre fits so well with th*.ors I Suwsnne County library board than the larger amount of 1179.Oft on Sundays and that It was hoped
have eipounded her so many members Include Harold 8. Wolfe, The. new rblladelphla Baptist Church landing tkwn glen will .. dedicated at a eeremenyy4anMed appearing on the roll submitted grower would not bring their leaf

times! w* get M good government who serves M chairman Mrs W fee Sunday aftern*) beginning al IM: s. m. Tb. new ttraetar wa hilt U replae th. to UM board by Oray to market on the Sabbath unleu

M w* permit. lUte his word L. Tedder fir. who will become church that leaned m OeUber IM4. Tb .*.. Jack U Stewart I* pate .f the ebarch. Th* .... Terry McDavld. attorney forWard It war an emergency.

I deserve a little better than the vice chairman of the regional enl ,.klle. ... been Invited t* attend th. aWlratMii service IDeMert ,Rtaff ......*> Fertiliser, told the board Two aria of buyers will again I
permit I have wed so Often. I board In October Mrs. B. W. Hel- that the Branford firm; owned bySouthern operate on th local market. Balea
Were we to heed th* advice and venstoa m. Mr*. 8. T. McDowell Nitrogen would accept will be tire end a half hours each
admonlihmcnt. .f th* Secretary all of Live Oak; and Mrs. A. Jack Uw June valuation allho It WMallshtly day, beginning at 1:30: a m and

positive Interest Phillip of Branford. i Plan To FairCommissioners Msher than similar value halting at noon for an hour, Auo. I I
ldnaidgovernment' ., our county state Mill Ball said here this week Improve County In the county, He asked the boardto Uon will "resume at I:00 p m. and
and luOoa would benefit. that H WM hoped construction either rritor the June valua. clOM each day at I:00 pm. A
of the facility would begin In November Uon or raise all others In the total of 4400 baskets will be told

Then th* following: night 1 and that the new' facility : Agree lo ProvideSwine county! In the Mint proportion to dally, the supervisor continued
heard Orahaa Owen vie president would be available for UM to April IranIs hauling the .Jury uaemmenLMdlsvd Operators of the warehouses

of the Branford State. Dank.urgw XW. Mid UM company war that will hold sates her this year
that all civic 11'OUPI.1n this t Pens; Premium List Approve Stonifif Facility Here wllllnf to pay Its share Of the has.e. ar* the Mm aa for previous years

county get Uwether ana adopt Wert .began bee M'n *ymcenlKg In MIa county and wanted to Norman swam Frank PutehRr
common goals and objective! and Funeral Services Plans for the 1965 Suwannee County Fair were near n a bag grab .Ur. have a part In UM growth' and .. J. D.Bailey, and Frank PutohJt
I thereby soak this county a better completion this weak following a meeting; of the aanocla age facility I.. Ward t:..rrbM. development! of UM county will follow the sale at the
l**"'>la new am.IWMFchildren. lion. board of.director' Thursday athi MTfiral items. ..., HeMY M. Ward. UMllna' bray pointed out to the hosed ".,m.n Warhoue Lutch: anti
'- Wednesday to improve* the annual 'exhibition wtre either. Approved r g..rtS. ii, .... ....'...., thM UM jMn 'valuation '..M only BiM t.OWh m .and C cU Monr
How right be s.. for too often or adopted elks *e.....rvM* ......* f M I smtallv and that the Ju'y value will again manage and 'vperato,
th* pubUdty w* engender tar the Oeunty ecmnuestoners at theii II..*.. b*...... aad ovate sr. WM UM result *f i invertlg iiton and the tus independent floors while ,
outald press lens of toternsJaqnabbles Mrs. Pratlier meeting Saturday approved recommendations wit UM ikJswlM and reretvlagf should b* upheld. II A. Monk. ) Owen and flon* will *** \
and our difference of of fair officials; Will Dedicate **,. Into tale Holy en s McOavId and Henry War*. direct Mica al the Ouwanne
opinion What w* need to permanent
wash our dirty teen at horn and Wednesday morning at ten o'clock t that pens a buildIngs rate. Nitrogen spoesred before till I John Hot shot Andersen Will
when w* appear before UM pub for Mrs statbartn B. Prather,. b* erected to the added two to new livestock. Church Sunday Ward aw. .swrsl.s a grain board. acaln on Ssturdty and renewed sgsln chant for bkfs M suetwneersi ,

In other place* and to other idia. .. wife of w J. iftcdi Prather ol r recently CoUaNIa sit.*. Th' farlllfy mar 1At,....... Tb. e** their offer to accept' tlie the Independent floors H. .Is. a ,
w* present a ualfletf proem this. city, at th First Baptist:, facility at th* finance this porUOM At ..... MewtrvelMn ton I* slallar June 14 value s* reasonable. veteran on the local marks Luke
and goals to th* Interest of the Church with tine Rev. Charlie board agreed. to which Philadelphia to UM ee ..*,'. Lvravlll The board's. action In reducing Us will cry for offers on the ...
common good Webb and UM Rev. Tom Allen of the Improvement down lMtaflU eseept fr Ik* ca fr wooden' swims pens A dedication service to be '01.
conducting th last rite Burial
There hi much good work being Bvetock ad etoaner totaling IStJOO M tentatively eel son Is UM suctloneer for the
UM smter" In th old towed by an Mew will beheld
don fey many fin organisations was to the Llv. Oak Cemetery metal boldIng open Leo IhiiibaM sad ,.. llarrle June Ito,/ d the INS tss rolland Firmer group.
In this county but It Is saor* of whit" Reid P'\InfraillOIN af .Jasper building, permanent show arena 10 Sunday afternoon Martins alI sad Klli C_..iir ef Cain, It now will b* certified to Phillip* Mid her Monday that
the ahofittn variety than that of to charge ef arrangements.Mrs. pens In the. new location of UM : pm at the PhiladelphiaDepths flan hen UM MilrM to blldtk Tsllshaaie for approval of the local warehousemen are predicting, .
and shifting the Church, located southwestof
careful aimed rUle shots. Into th* Praline died at her home fMlHfy.WaH comptroller. a good season for th* duality of
heart.f tfc* ho othens. her Sunday morning fallowing a old show ring In the. flat building to th Llv Oak. In th* Luravtll are*, said k* bU a B>..* Clerk Lavaushn A, Sessions tobacco of this yells crop Is
n >Is certainly to be hoped both lengthy IQntM Bh* moved her ** M U permtt. easy MOMS Th event I* open to the public. fre. la. ......,. Railway en Mid her TUMMlay night thai work sled above sversse. It* said toticsUons -

bits .f advice will ban a uatlnffeffect from Jasper several years' ago and tomptcxof three buildings. Pastor...... Jack L. Stewart said this IU acre. we.. ., Live. Oak en on the county budget I* nearly were. that prlcee would
oa those tortanat t* hearth WM employed for years by th* President Laul C Wadsworth.I lll two men.Readers North Florida Production Credit Secretary Paul Crewa. and Om- I The event will signify completion ('ewe.4W henna M Blue IU publication In mil weeksDemocrat. and quality tobacco grown. In this.

Association.Tb teat Vincent appeared> before of a new church to replace ....... The school budget hM re..
of this coromn wtn ..- deceased WM a member of Use board. Th group Md the UM on that burned list'October FUo* son fer ts* ...., to be ,beady been pubIWed.Suwannee IN.. 1 re>tled. .. rate II
can thai for years I hare. harped th* First Baptist Church of this eaaorlydasra. Uw laaodatlompl.tmd Th building sonulna approilmately IN effwrsUco lbs ll week III
emr. t* Install a new pnblis g.OOO MUST let* of floor
on th* need to attract more of A...*..
our. paint people back been Recently Survivors In addition to her adder systrm In the OoUaeumromplea spoe*. and WM built of concrete S'prelkers Tell Chamber: __
there has been a Mileeabl husband. Include two step. sons. Dr.CbarHon and urged that rules be blocks and brick veneer, Cat .f

laipumuMttt to this field and to Prather. Jackjorrrtjj. adopted forbidding removal of any the building and furnUhlng toeetlmsted Ilickox Of In I
recent years a number of An c".. t Coottooid on Page II IN* I Ctta..d w Page II at "1.000. Slugged Unity Purpose County

peopl tan ciICtICI to Besom Contractor for the nrolect WM 1
. ratdents are capabl of this of eamammttyMany Brwrtdrngywn .: I Adams Tellslrotherhterwl Kara Commute K: Smith of working OalnevvUl';an the By Hitchhiker Would Help Bring Development

dynami Icaderahlp to a I new' facility for the church were: Arthur Kugrn Hlckai: who County t needi were dls DMd by a number

community that I thmk Is today Morality In Government Needed Planning'. '' Curtis Johnson Bill drive a truck for Phil Townsend of speakers at the nuarter|ly *....Ion of tht Huwannetr .
In dire need of aigitsalie and Law, Ira Maore, Jack Lord and I Jr of Lie Oak WM slugged and County Chamber of tommei' held her Tuesday night.

prosTeadv leadcnhlp. Freedom Charlie HunterButdhrgt robbed of 1100 )Mt Thursday In Most agreed that more agfi.sire! Interest In community
For Men To
1 think a good thing that could Keep : A. W ROM Jr.. A. W. West Can Oalu by a ISywoldfiilrhhiker affairs coupled with unity o f purpose would bring mu'n

happen here Is for organisationsf Boatrlght. and Leo Land h* picked up for a free tangible benefit to the county. liMcther and develop/ common'
an kind to recognts' tea "Our government .U what wt make it. Wt are Flnnce: Henry M Ward. Jo rid. Puns for U.. annual tobacco gmls Slid pitfpoMS WM UM advKo

last people' and s** that they stockholders In it and wt have a responsibility to par ItngMn, and R. P Monr. irkoi.. driving a large murk fUvl to b. held her this. year pawed out by Oraham Own,
are sprinkled thrwrnt the governIng tkipat". Secretary of Stat. Tom Adams told the large Color sand carpet- Mrs A. W.Ro.e loaded wilt walermelons to Miami AuguM 20. were outlined byOng tlranford banker representing UM
balls ft wrantMUon* her of the Jr. Mrs. A W, Boalrighl. I gave ore youth a art si Coeno. -
croup of men attending the brotherhood rally /iD.f Oft behalf of UM V men's club In the euulhern part of
and !
Mrs tIoo ,
of aD kinds. By blending th* energy Suwsnne Missionary lUptist AssoclaUon held at West- Leo Land stop pd to get food Bt a KailOailM Jaycees. the group> that win IN*. I (...*..... n rue 1Lex >
*f yovUi' with the wtadosa Land served M UM building 1 drlv'ln reetaursnt and I
wood Baptist Church Msnday I handle this please of UM marketprnciMtMn.
(1i I r.....*..d n fag II night. rat our soave ftom aw ->>' (CIIf.. 1 CMtitoord M PM II I I INw, I nlioed *o r... 11 Day Mid that Jimmy

th* secretary said MrMkland weuld asaln pr..nlhie McKcithenAuardcd
President Arnold Brim presided
Other from the sddretswere t
Bill al th meeting which MW th* I Kirby tt'arftunii fader (:'onilrurlhmfMog show M pet" of UM feeUvttlM
SlaughterTo Calvary Church of Jssper that win Irxlud* a fviAf, rodeo Silver '
The of mare search for '
win the attendant banner and story 7-- and beauty sonteet. :
Receive John Bliss take over M president find and a reeJttaUon *f UM I r. I"r < Chamber Mans' '*r War*. put
Array morality II* enwnrUie the N ," vUined function of the
.f th* group. Th nest meeting II man Pilot 'Wings
of the body WM art for October permit of whkh government of lr4 group and puinled out the
Commission II at th Calvary Church.RpretiUUv for..and b* fre* sen assist endure volume of work now being don* by ItrrUKJCK Tn, HecotufLlMtenant
.. standing clearly andptryitaaHy .
SP* j UMtffwe.
Utm A McKeithen
Leon N McDonald before .... s m nifi.Uiuon Industry that wilt aart* ;
tatrodured Secretary Adams I Jr, son of Mr, and Mrs. L A
FORT BIIAOO. x c utirncwmuua t ft UM morality. the moral runo/f products' offer UM bed .
and prated bUll M an elite M K. ffiaoghter H. a cadet I.tow. Uit> God thn the see ouM mire. *f growth for UM county" llv
awarded U. S Air
mooteffective FOTM "r
legislator and UM 'j
now M
In th* .*.... OftJcer+ Trahv ,I to tranesntt to men the moral Paw A.*tin told UM I,.... lie pilot wtrms Span grsdualkm fromfhrln
administrator of a alloy
IDa Corp and sea .f Mat. Attornry | Uw that contJnoe to rule UM praised UM UvesUwk tr .M lan
I I veining. acholll si Nor
deportment to MILe gontmest. M
and aCra Wm. Randall earth and ... human reUUoruhJp, / prelect fill UM fhaeabw and ride I, ALB TesLieuUrwnl.
8Uohter.. Is acnedaled to years AdasM said that M human Individuals hMt M sctnovVds-ed phyaical 'tow m, thai lour IMS could and sleeved be M KelUMn .U being
La ci' iiBils>an en July M to the P w* mtsai com to the ruV this earth and Ks movemmtOiewnaMttt 1 I ponded.

tf S Army ** a second' Bewtensnt. reo&MUon. that jut M physlcolkw I ts an avenwe of 1 1I 1 t I ,.....Wr.IMft&. of a voraeiflnal lied SMjgned duty In *MMfJilt unit which Am.euppnlathe for Ry
pan ensBpleUng its weeks of advanced rate this vnrverM and Itsmdcr ,I pewter that ahooU recrfv greeter trade sthan* to Law Oak I* t Tactical All Command miMionf
ROTC sumauer camp so also does a moral tow attention from afl au... Ur iron* puoJMBty and badly needed
providing\ firepower send ether
Cra: ung at fort Brig. II. C amt fey which ew trees swoet b setfUti servtr mat enm first I.es. Haiwh UariMer. Marry air
.I suppart I* U. Ann forces
Cadet fahtrr was. graduated! -. sad ether' IMngs wlfl foOov It IsregreDtsM Weaver told UM group II* rid s Th bsttensnl. a grduU. ofAiwanfiM
to tNt fraea ftswann Bleb "Oars thus to th* ooBgatlsei and that ssore ChrMian I euroanW of which n* .> ah irto High School. hM a B
School la fore Oak. prtar to at- th* losporMlbfSly acttvely tor* men, .... sons Imbued' with 1+4++1 ... tower worttA with etaUand S. "grM from Florida State fJniverstty .
tfodmc' : Wrtda .... Crtrtrsityto tldpas to th* attain of our govirviMiiit CbrteOan prtndplM. haw net .*. --- -------- ---- ---------- -------. .U.er *mrlal* to biting such a .

TaCah**** wner* be ,...".. and ewrt our Christian feed trawbeei to smelfiati g.*. ..* s4 ISM reel .f IBM *..*.... bal.... .ewuslsd. by halls Iker*. ... Wd *, the growth po ....and... H I** a WM member emsmlMlonedto K.p.

fcai B.A. degas this yew teCMnco to UM proper rserdMof .tmri anMne.W1re Oty C......... M. I. airy. I* a Mfg* venires. ........ Mme .f UM 0r Bash and predated 144 upon. oniUUon of th* +

Tb 22-,.r-.td cadet Is a member ear grasmsMp. We can M ssoreseporat aaenptsrsa* aid ate... ,, M .....* a,. fee "eW4s. bsodttd H ISM ftna. lUrteyLrvM S son *f 1M _ploy... n UMa4 Air For*. Reserve Officer Training

of Kappa .... fraternity MirsUv from our crvt an& by. the: Chen erbhefp. *. Mar ..***...*. to tMside... iDewMerat staff Fb. .4*, t** doles Valise*. Corps pregram at the unlverstty -
tad Sabba. .d annd .... ......,. r.tgwttlbGltlu flea rr. am saw Oto. < fisrMsi- rag 01 Catmty Ctrl rr-.. should reS .


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1'1' FLORIDA'SFarm I M

I EDITORIALPlease It Happened In '

Suwannce County, Florida

No More Efficiency- Front 191519401955Taken

Already grumblings and disagreementwith Increased efficiency (? t I ?) of their local mall. By

the recent changes in mail service are Just wanted to tell you all this so if your DoyleConner E.

arising from most rural communities of the paper gets to you a week late don't call us From The Filet Of
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state and certainly the recent changes by first call your postmaster or your nearest service

no stretch of the imagination could be center where, quite possibly, the clerks are still High speed railroad trains are'I THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,
visioned as one means of solving
termed helpful here in Suwannee County. milling about trying to decide how to route it. the pressing problem of moving

In fact postal service has never been so "It all looks like a move to Increase efficiencyin commuters in-and out of the na 1915 Wednesday for long years of service .

inconvenient since the pony express daysof the urban offices at the expense of the rural tlon's larger urban centers with to the people of the county

the nineteenth century.At areas but If they think they're going to force me greater efficiency and a minimum During the electrical storm and the program for the day was Subscriptions

the rate Postmaster General Groun- to move to the city to get mall service they're all of traffic congestion. Tuesday lightning struck the dedicated In his honor.
wet. Suggested, for example, is a house of J. M. Hall In the north
ouski is tossing out changes for improvements Ill use smoke signals first. Sutcannee Democrat
the No damage was
As then Bob Elhert of the Jasper News I train to travel at 300 miles per part of city. Miss Helen Bixler. secretary ol I
and efficiency could well revert
we door, Listed below
ot except to the screen are new subscrip.
hour, with an average speed done the
back to the time when the arrival of the under a heading, Sorry, No Pictures, had 200 m.p.h. between New York and which was torn from the hinges Chamber speaker of at Commerce the Lions,Club wasguest done and subscriptions renewed to

mail was the major event of the day and this to say: Washington, malting that 225-mile and the socket of an electric lamp, meeting Friday Miss Bixler spoke the Suwannee Democrat from July

of such importance, many citizens took "The Jasper News is dependent on the mall trip in about 2 hours, including which melted and dropped to the on the chamber and how it helps 9 to July 18.
time out to meet the stage bringing the service to get cuts here in time for each issue of stops. floor, Mr. Hall was not even frightened the community NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

daily offering. the paper Recently the Postal Department instituted Development of trains like that by the bolt. He was asleep Noah A. Kldd Freeport. Tex.

faster mail service, based the H. Sells, L. O.
a new on will be a real accomplishment.
After nearly a century of being able Monroe Baisden native of Su-
"Zip Code. This week it took two days for a Riding them, however, may turn The Pinemount ball team and N. Hiram Saunders Seattle
t. get one's mail on the way to work in the went to the wannee County and son of Mrs Wash.
if the several others over
letter to reach Macon, Georgia and two days for out to be a real adventure Nettle S.
morning, efficiency now decrees that we experience of the Japanese Na picnic at O'Brien Saturday, July Baisden. beloved retired O. M. Cross Sr. Ft. MyersH.
the cuts to get back, a which has been
process teacher
wait until about nine o'clock. Instead of tlonal Railways U any criteria. 17, and enjoyed the day 'very for whom the Live Oak: P. O'Hara Clearwater
taking one day each This week had
we five primary school Is
rural carriers leaving at eight as has been way. Some 30 million Japanese ride much. At 3 o'clock In the evening named has been W. L. Taylor Birmingham Ala
pictures of various kinds to be used in the News, promoted and transferred to
the custom for years, they now leave at the commuter trains daily 4200. a game was called between 0' Mrs Donald Chauncey, Rt.. LO
and they have not yet arrived at time. A RIchmond Vs.. by U. 8. F. and O.
press It Brien and Pinemount, which resulted SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED
nine. This is we are told. 000 In and out of Tokyo
progress Baisden
call to Macon informed us they were mailed Wed. you think the rush hour squeeze in a victory for the visit has been serving M assistant Howard Smith L. O.
But perhaps the crowning blow here is manager of the lnaurancecompany'
day. of 14 to 4. 0. H.
on New York's subways is a panic, ors by a score Murrah. Rt.. L. O.
that In order to get a newspaper or letter "Please, Mr. Postmaster-General, don't "im you ahould know what has hap Jacksonville branch. James W Taylor. StavensvlUe

from Live Oak to McAlpin it first must prove our mall service any morel" pened to Japanese commuters.In Browning Camp WOW will Md.

go to Jacksonville where it is processed We can only echo the sentiments of Mr the land of the Rising Sun have an unveiling ceremony at Forrest O. Bradbury has resigned Mrs C. B. Tllley. Ft. Lauderdale .

along with millions of other pieces of mail. Settle as to moving and the plea of Mr some 350 passenger are JammedInto the monument of sovereign Leo M cashier and director of the
This also is efficiency according to Mr. each car which was built to Williams at the City Cemetery Commercial Bank of Live Oak to I. R. Teagle. L. O.
Elhert as to further attempts to improveour 8th at 4 Members of become a director and vice president John H.
Postmaster General. hold 100.1 mean literally jammed, August p.m. Duncan. at.. L, O.
mail. by special husky guards. The results the camp are requested to meetat of the Exchange Bank of St. J. R. Smith. AuburndaleMrs.
Carr Settle in his column titled Meanderings Perhaps we will become accustomed in are appalling in numbers ot the hall at 2 pjn. for drill pur- Augustine. He will begin his new B. E. Jones Branford

that appears weekly in the Mon. the years ahead to being constantly over. bodily injuries and especially in peace Unveiling address by W R.orman. duties on September I, Bill Sykes. Branford

tlceilo News put it this way: looked. Another price we must pay for the quantity and variety of items ) Rudolph Land, Mayo

"I'm told a letter mailed to Monticello from preferring to live in a community where lost by passengers in the crush. Miss Marlsnna Protsman. Bertha Sapp, O'Brien

Live Oak: instead of coming here directly by train, there is something to life other than efficiency Miss Sallie Wheeler and Miss daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman Henry Mangels. Miami

now goes to a service center in Orlando, Is then and improvements that end as I recall a report in Time mags I Edith Stringer are here from Met- Protaman, Is attending Camp Ronald Green. L. O.

sent back to the Tallahassee service center and harassments rather than help. up line a couple of years ago con calf, OS. u the guests of Mr. and Merrl-Mae which is located at

eventually gets here a day or two late. That'sefficiency Bad mail service and all cerning the Japanese railway Mrs. John P. Harrell. Brldewood Acres, high In the Blue '
we prefer Su bulging lost-and-found warehouses Ridge Mountains at Black Mountain
? wannee County to the crowded cities where 1.800.000 items including N. C.Serving. If you were bora In
"Papers we've been receiving from South battles are raging over pollution and traf. 190Florida's .
25,000 wrist watches 310,000 um-
Florida as exchanges the day after publication fie headaches.- July of an odd.
brellas, 180.000 books. Methodist Conference,
now come in a couple of days late; the first week Mr.\ Code has In Antarctica
long numbered
a way to go be. The Inventory also Included In session last week at Sanford, year, renew
of Zip Code one was a full week late. And very fore our people can it has of clothing ranging McMURDO
agree brought 400.000 pieces sent Rev. B. D. Bourn for five STATION ANT- driver
paper has some comment to make regarding the better mail service. from garter-belts to great coats, years pastor of the Methodist ARCTICA FHTNC) July 1 your license

4 1 urns with human ashes, an elec. Church at Chattahoochee. to Live Photographer's Mate Second Class this month.

trio motor, a pinball machine and Oak to replace Rev. Karl Koest- William P. Clark Jr. USN. son of

even several false eyeball. line, who terminated three years Mr and Mil William P. Clark of
OikekAbout Broken ribs are not uncommon service last week at Live Oak Route I, Live Oak U serving at Reece Brown

'o passengers think first of their Methodist Church. the Navy's Antarctic research' support -
personal safety and not their base at McMurdo Station COUNTY JUDGE

And packages or even their clothes. Employees of the local telephone Antarctica. '.
Time noted that so many passenger office went over their quota of 40

+ G/ I lost hoes in the wild neW" subscribers In the contest of
That scramble to detrain that some of the Florida Telephone Corpora.tlon II i f

the larger stations kept on hand to raise the number of sub

supplies of shoes In assorted slsei scribers during the put two weeks
Wlwt July It Recipe For Long Life You can see that more speed urine which reduced rates. for James B. Daniels

July always ushers In the second half,
calendar year U U the tint month ot theltocal Interested in living a long life, and so we read avidly the U. n. omntuur problefrl effect. r '

.. year and has more than ordinary;iroportancdlTn the the pronouncements of the exceptionally old persons Oreater comfort and safety win. Funeral HomesLIVE
business world on the secret of their longevity bay i needed too. Live Oak Ministerial Association

For Americana July Is an especially historic Some persons live to a ripe old in In the meantime I note that the. was reorganized at full strength
age spite of
New Haven line's passenger Monday morning when four ofthe
month. Our is celebrated the
Independence on their worst efforts
but they OAK and
are probably the BRANFORD
freaks largely commuters. Unt included ,
city's five clergymen met atthe
Fourth, of course, and the Battle of Qlttsburg was The advice of Mrs Marie Renler
who died last in the proposed merger of Presbyterian Church and elected
ought' during the first three days of July in 1803. week at the age of 107, was quoted In The Saturday the Pennsylvania and New York the Rev Burr A. L. Bl rprealdpnt. Now have two radio-dispatched
July is named for Julius Caesar, a change from Evening oxygen-
Post in 1959. and it seems to us that this Central. The two big railroads Rev A. L. Martin Is ,
Its former name of Quintllls, changed on the order Is not only a good way to prolong life, but to enjoy; have agreed to take on the bank secretary, equipped ambulances on call twenty-
of Mark Antony, and was the month in which Caesar It: rupt New Haven's freight buil four hours
day in both Live Oak
wu born. "Don't be frustrated," she says. "There's no ness, but will assume the p*.. General county registration

In Anglo Saxon history the month was called point In worrying All my life I cried when It was enger traffic only If government boob for persons seeking to reg- and Branford.

Laths se Oefterra, which meant mild. The origin of time to cry. I laughed when It at the state or local level, guarantees tater for the general election of
was time to laugh,
this word Is rooted in the fact that the meadows and I sang when It was time to sing." coverage of tosses on this November will open Monday August

were in bloom and the hills green In this month. We have too much crying, and phase of operations. I, Supervisor of Registration CALL DAY OR NIGHT_
July Is the month of full bloom summer, or laughing and Dutton A. .Bonnell stated this
most of us.PressGazette. The tallest buildings in the week UVE OAK BRANFORD
mid summer After July it Is apparent, even in
Milton world twin towers of a World .
hot August, that summer la running out. It is the Trade Center 100 stories high, an 362. 3333 935-4100

month of vacations, holidays, swimming and outdoor planned for New York City. 1955
pleaurei, and then memories of and Summer And Salt
summer Construction ls expected to start
8. T. Bowman long time J. B. DANIELS
beautiful days and nights are memories for win. The danger of heat prostration can be lea next year with completion plannedby mall carrier In Buwannee County JR., LF.D.

ter. sened by the individual who looks after his 1970.
sys- : wu honored by the IClwanl Club
-Cocoa Tribune tjjm's salt supply, according to a U. 8. Public Health Total floor space will be approximately -
Service document. 10 million square fret
with about 4 million available for
Prescribing liberal
How Much Can We StandNow that If doses of salt, the experts say rental to businesses and Industries
salt lost in
perspiration is
replaced and
that we know that healthy humans, properly In engaged In foreign trade
] indoctrinated and physically amounts, the sweat glands of the body Balance of the space Is earmarked .
prepared can orbit close and
up heat prostration result for State Federal and

the earth functions performing navigational and housekeeping Some of the country's major industries, where foreign government agencies, ...AND CAN
eating and sleeping for four
men work In excessive heat, have cut the numberof building and tenant service areas,
gravltyloss days and withstand the tension
prostrations by ninety per cent by providing parking "population" CIrcU.
shock of re-entry without harm, NASA's next experiments
tablets at every drinking place latlon. v ( SHE COOK!
may throw some light on how much we There are still Industries that do not have Developers of the project view
who follow the astronauts from the ground can air-conditioning It as a "one stop" world trade information -
and those where
alr-consltloning I center. with service and
stand.The cannot be used in their line of
Gemini B spacecraft U already at Cape production. This I display facilities for which then

Kennedy under testing for a seven-day orbital work warning out U of for doors.these workers and the many who has been an urgent need.

cruise in August (probably) which will Involve -,
to So, there you are. If the weather U hot Kentucky officials are hopingto
maneuvers close in vehicle
on a target to be released
from the capsule Actual docking or making just get a salt block, lick It a few time a day: establish minimum standardsof
perspire freely and site shape and quality for
you won't find
yourself lying
fait to an Arena rocket while in orbit will be the
on your back, a victim of heat country hams cured in the state.
talk of the crew In the Gemini 8 which may 'be Don'tray
we didn't warn If the proposal ls acceptable to
launched in October for who know how long I ) the producers of country hams,
We have planned trips of our own for those -Lake Wales News the stat would furnish Inspection e 4. R. 4 ..

period but we don't know where. Perhaps we and do the labeling and abe do 'f'. "

could. rent an abandoned mine'WaAhlnaton the promotion work to make the .

County News Chlpley The Snwannec DemocratOF Idea a success.

According to one official many

See Florida First UVE OAK FLORIDA tourists "don't know where to get She's a thrifty girl too puts 20% of her earnings intoa
a good country ham. If they get a
,,, IA.lle.rt
/ ..".... Jt/swr Valley"
President Johnson u most folks know, has bad one the first time. It doan'thelp
suggested that we vacation in the United States BANNER Consolidated LEADER the stale. Savings Account as a 'home furnishing fund' when she

rather than abroad. Purpose of his "See America Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established nil U. decides
Ilrsf campaign U to stem the How of gold to rablhlwd leery Thursday at Pine Caaiw Street to marry. How about it girls good idea isn't

foreign countries The administration la concerned Louie C. Wadsworth... Editor Publisher MfcaScholarship Bass, Urrrlv'M it?

about the fact that some 120 billion In American Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Award

money U held abroad for which United States' Walter Lee Olive ....,. Advertising Manager
Mis Martha Amelia BAM,
gold could be demanded at time, and have George T. (Pete)
any we Wright... Shop Foreman daughter" of Ur. and Mil A. J.

only about 12 billion In "tree gold" on hand with Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oat Pb1daBUB8CRIFI'IOH Bag Piedmont Street Live Oak. .
which to meet these potential claims.
hat been awarded an Ivy Leaf
We- would like to suggest that vacations be Buwannee County |4.00
RATES_ Outside Buwannee County tS.OO Award for outstanding scholarship
spent In Florida yes even by Floridian during the second semester' of the
This is truly a various state. It Is also a ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS! Payable In AcIftDee14DmER00e 1M4-U academic year at Aurora '

changing state with many new attractions springing College Aurora ID. COMMERCIAL
up each year. Florida has much to offer Its The award signifies that the recipient BANK

own vacationing cltiiens. as well as those from FlO"' achieved an academic -
other state e trade point of an average of or B plus or better for the previ
And if wt are going to keep It at home, leftkeep semesters work.

K close to home. possible la Florida.\ er _,:.;, LIVE OAK. FLORIDAPACE
, I
Ullton Prees-Oawtte (..*.. Yew S.Ucri 4Usi New)

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I COWl: standard $13SO-$1SOO: $3365; 310-340 IDS.. $24.75; 240- ,

.. WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTor utlllt,.. $107S-$13SO: Inferior 370 IDs., $33.13! 160-180 IDs., 123.-
TUB $9,00-$13.35. 39; 140-160 It*., $3305; 130-140
Calves: good. $1900-$33.75; Ibs. $20.1S; 100-130 IDs, $3000;
REPORT Jl: Suwannee Valley Livestock Market standard $1800-$3000: utility 80-100 IDS.. $1930
$W-$18.00, one Interior $1000. Moat cows 180-400 Ihs, cold
Hog sales for the day totaled from $31.30 to $33.00 and one boar
By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND Sales of cattle were up over the Steers: good $3000-$31fiO; 436. slightly more than the 41* went for $1300.Medium .
United States Senator I previous week at the Suwannee standard $16.75-$19SO: utility sold the previous week. and good feeder pig

Valley Livestock Market. on July S0-$17.35.. mostly $14.00 up. Swine price for the day were with a few choice animate under
Senate Passes Medicare On of states' rights and it la likely 14 when 31T cattle and'calve.. went. Helfen: few high standard as follows: 70 Iba. sold for $30,00-123.00 while
July 9 the Senate passed: the so- that this particular amendment under the auction hammer In $16.25-$17.78; utility. 11275- Mixed grade barrows and gilts good and choice pigs over 75 IDS. (
called Medicare DIR by a vote of will produce great controversy In comparison with the 122 sold the $14.75; Inferior $1U3-$1300. by weight sold for: 180-310 ibs., brought. $$31.00-$24.
68>21. Including the record howIng conference. prior week.
by Senators who were paired.: Passing Of A Oreat American Trading wu moderately active
the division In the Senate was 73 Congress Joins with all Americans with the demand fair to good. .
'I .
for and 26 against. I opposed the and the Free World in mourning Slaughter helfen and bulls were I ... .-,:. 'II'"t. r..w
bill which I regard a* unsound forman the sudden death of Adlal Stev 1so steady while calves were weak to ,.
''''''WI'' ,;
; reason Among my objections enson. Refusing to be embittered $1.00 lower. Steers and cows were < WiP
are: by political defeat. Mr. Steven- few in one or both weeks. Feeder- t 'ttlxYgl: r. e

(1) The bill provide for limited son gave of himself unsparinglyin stocker steers were steady to tl.00. 1 }., ,
hospital care for aged citizen rendering devoted and distinguished Heifer were weak to SO cenU.
and various other health cervices service to his country Cows were few last week and
by an expansion of the social security a* United States Ambassador to calves were uneven but. averaged
urstem. It applies to the the United Nation, and In other steady.
rich and poor alike thus violating important government. assign a rl, u Slightly over half of the supply

the principle that such legislation ments. V 1C pn M cleared to feeder-stocker accounts
should be designed to help only Congressional Delegation Briefed an with nearly one-third of the total
those of modest mean who need On Florida Effort To Obtain s n Cr I being calves.
the belp. AEC Laboratory-On July 12 our r se Prices for slaughter animals for
Congressional Delegation met. with 1
(2)) The hospitallzatlon coverage 1 the day were;
I* so limited time. to be clearly representatives of the Florida De- Steers: one high utility 11900;
Inadequate In many eases, thus velopment Commission and other foe,. canners. 1100.
promising later expansion to tart Floridians to receive a detailed SHAM A rtOBUM-Lornin Heifers: few standard. $1700-
er proportions and greater oasts. report on effort being made at. Shore who Is 4'U short $U.OO; utility" $1400-$1T30; cut-
This will either break down the the state and community" level to and Henry Hit, who Is 8 V ten. $1100-11400.
obtain the $280 million nuclear Cows: utility and commercial
social security system which 111ready tall, share a common problem
requires very high tat contribution accelerator laboratory planned by tn Vancouver D C. $13.7580; cutters $11.75-
the Atomic Energy Commission. 113.50; canners $10,00-$12.00.
by employee and employers finding clothes and alloe.tII.t .
Forty-two states have submittedsome Butts: cutters, 14.00-111.15;
or will compel large expenditure will flt them.
of general revenue 100 sites for the consideration canners. $10J5-$1500.

fund of AEC. and the National Calves: good. $00-$21.7S; M WN, l y.n,/ 1
Academy of Bctencea. and It Florida standards $17.00-$1$50; one low
<3> The 387-pag bill wttn municipalities have a total of utility. $14.00.Vealers a
over 500 Senate amendments war Farm Safety For ..w
16 cite entered In this spirited : good. $AO-$3075..
expanded In coverage and ono by
competition. The briefing Indicated "
one utility. 1700.
the addition of many costly provision that all of our sites probably Week 25-31 Prices for feeder-stacker anl- This 80-pound T.maa Giant wa grown by Lao .Lee, at left, on hIs farm In Ik.
*. The original cost of the meet the federal criteria and I July mall by types were as follows; Pin Grove Community I I. used 600 pounds of Corf, Ace Watermelon Specialand

Administration program was $4.7 hope that at least an* of the Florida OAXNE8VIUJC: Bt.a1&1f. and ISO pounds of Potash pr acre on the six acre field. Frank Futch of Fuco
billion annually whereas a* location will survive the several alive In INS I* the slogan of National I Chemical Co. ia shown at the right.
passed the Senate bill cover a Season Was MINI
elimination up to the point Farm Safety Week. July
$7.3 billion annual program. where final election will be made. U-31. recently proclaimed In Th. 1M4-C5 ,,110Imild..I
There were some. feature of the In such case the entire Florida Florida by Governor HaydonBums. meterologtoU ..,.. Temperature
bill particularly thoee Increasing Congressional group will work were predominately normal or FUCO CHEMICAL CO.
social which I
security payment cooperatively to secure for Florida" In his proclamation. Governor above with only a few period
would gladly support but In many this Important national facility. Burns said that farming ha the when they wen adverse for agricultural GEORGIA ACE FERTILIZER INSECTICIDES: AND PESTICIDES
this bill
way represent a
production. There were a
highest number of worker
plete departure from what. I regard below 3$ Phone 382-2092 Llv Oak Florida
NOAH HUMSKULLl' annually of all the major Indus total of 16 cold nights ,
sound The bill
as legislation.
degrees during the yearlong tNt
Dow goes to conference betweenthe tI'IH.Hla
*>nate and House version, ( I proclamation pointed out period.
AI') every farmer In Florida can aid
with substantial differencesto
many ,I
In reducing: the all-time high level:
be ironed out.
In deaths and Injuries. He urged
New Constitutional Amendment .I1 to
each farm family In Florida
-When the Senate adoptedthe Join In the campaign make
conference' report on 8. J. Ret
1. dealing with the matter oft ensD Florida Farm farming Safety Week aafer. I I. designed dishes
( rr Presidential and Vice Presidential rural Now dirty I
to can attention to the accident -
stieeesaon on July .. It look situation and to promote. _
the first step toward ravine this eARwove accident prevention program In ,
"'C submitted to the legislature of vat CAtL A tsgA1 Mvtce rural communities. The Extension
the 50 atates. When ratified by>> diOIS A'AP AVTWSet' Service and the Florida' Rural Accident -
the required three-fatirth of tin TprwA KgassatorrON Association
Prevention : are
states. It win become the 33th was, co-sponsors of the campaign. dothemseIves'k
Amendment to the Federal Con official said k
An extension service
stitution. I supported this feeling paAa NaK-,
Ae so ARK +1 that. among farm people the accidental
that. we must have a clearly-de *
104050 1 w sV. death rat has
fined law governing the replae ces $AOO lives
alno tNt taking over
went of titter uw l r.ad.nt or .... +r TAR last ,*.,. AortdmU aba ttviurw WITH AN
the Vice President In of ,,. I. HAACMIAv .
ease 5.
100.000 farm residents and .
e10o.0 nearly ...'_ .. .
or disability r cost farm people' $1 billion HiIH4. AUfOMATICELECTRIC
BUU Poll Ta Controversial .
Issue A* approved "lat. week .
by the House the voting rights
bill carried an amendment outlawing ;

requisite the for payment voting In poD stag tax and asa Be a little devilish! Drive an exciting \ ,A P DISHWASHERa

local election The Senate version ,
of the measure Ja1MC11aamonth r i5) DODGE DART

over my opposition contained no .
such: requirement. The 34Ut Amendment
to the Constitution

which I authored eliminate the Town and Country +f
poll tax In the cue of elected.
federal of net.... Although only Motors, Inc. .<
four sew an affected by this u.s. 129 North I
part of the House-paawd. UVE OAK. FLA. j "-'
Ends Magee
many of us believe the Owe' to be .?
an unconstitutional abridgment You',. f,.. forever fromw,,
I dairy messy chore.

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News And Activities From Cannon Reunion Society 4J Vews 'Pifi;cation PocaA 1 Sf.irlmflarriflon r Marriage Rites I IFonowlna

Held In JulyThe graduation exerciseson Mrs. Garrison Is a 1985 ,radII'"

I' THE RECREATION CENTER of new policy pertaining to society news Iri/ this newspaper Monday night, June 7, Miss ate of Suwannee High School and
family the late John and
will become effective Mr. Garrison
Josle Cannon held their family Immediately It was announced this week. Ina Wynette Starling, daughterof I graduated with we
The new rules are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Starling class of 1962.
1 By ROY SULLIVAN Director
I : reunion on Sunday, July 4th at
1. Wedding and social E. Garrison in son of The couple Is
the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Carl information submitted more than 10 and Enoch residing In Lake
Rain stopped lone enough Fri- July 26: 8:45: pm. Suwannee Cannon on Lake Panasofkee. DAYS after such events occur will be reported only In brief form Mr. and Mrs Enoch E. GarrisonJr. City where he la employ With

day for two Little League gamesto Tractor vs North Fla. Tele. Around forty were In attend- and will Include only those Items deemed necesary to identifythe ., of thla city were married at Aero Corporation.

be played This was made pos July 27: 7:15 pm Suwannee Individuals or even the home of Miss Starling's par- .

sible to a large degree by 10 little Tractor vs Western Auto; 8:45: ance. ents In Luravllle.

leaguers using wheelbarrows to fill p.m. North Fla. Tele vs. Rat 2. Bridal publication forms will be provided brides and pros- New Jacket Look
pective brides on request. Requests be made either telephone The double ring ceremony was
up all holes holding water. This lit t. can by -

made the fields ready for play The revised schedule for minor Card Of Thank or by letter. Forms will be mailed on request performed by the Rev. Claire Look for new ways with cardigan

when the rain ceased league play follows: We would like to express our 3. One bridal picture or engagement will be used without Parker. Jackets such as cutting -totm
sincere thanks and After the ceremony the guests deeply to show lots of blouse
Norht Florida. Telephone won appreciation charge and must be not over 4x5 In size. Glossy prints must be then
Thurs., July 22: 7.39: ( pm. Masonic them
to our many friends and neigh- were Invited Into the dining room buttoning doublebreastedor
over Ratliff Motor 8-3 in one con- provided and this
the determine
newspaper reserves right to
Lodge Roberta Hard
vs bors for their kindness and helpat for the reception. giving them a hlpband hem
test and Suwannee Ford Tractor: ware; 8:45: p.m., Suwannee the loss of our loved one Mrs. whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut --

swamped Western Auto 12-0 In Valley CooP. vs Dodge Darts. Irene Fullbright. May Ood bless for use in the newspaper.

the other game. Sat, July 24: 5:00: ( p.m. Darts vs each and everyone, U our prayer.W. 4. If more than one picture Is submitted and used a charge

O'Neal was the winning pitcherfor Lodge, 6:15: pm. Roberts vs P. (Red) Fullbrigh will be made to cover the cost of the additional cut used.

North Pla. Tele. Fletcher got Coop. and the Familya 5. In reporting social items it is requested that married DELINQUENT CITY TAXESCity
!the only hit he allowed the Rat- '
Mon. July 20-: 7:15: p-m. Dartsvs women be Identified by their husband's name, not by their
lift team. Hacker led the Telephone -
boy at bat with two hits. Lodge; 8:45: pm. Roberts billiards tournament for boys Christian names. This applies especially to reports of women's

vs Coop. and a jacks tournament for girls organizations. Taxes are now delinquent and a 3%
Clower pitched a no-hitter u
Wed. July 28; 5.30: pm. Dartsvs will be held. 6. Deadline for Items to be used on the Woman's Page must
Suwannee Ford romped over Wes- Roberts. penalty is in effect If have not
One more beginner swimming, you paid
tern Auto. Only four men reached be turned In to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10:00 ajn.
Minor league standings: class Is being planned and will get
base In the lop-sided contest.: C. Team Won Lost underway July 26, Monday. 71: each Tuesday morning your City Taxes, do so before July 30thto

Sotolongo, Bonds, and Stamper Dodge Darts 3 7. Telephone number of the Democrat for all news Is 382-
0 class: Is nearly full and parents avoid them being advertised. If
each had one hit and two runs Masonic Lodge 2 2 1734. you
desiring to enroll a child in the

for the winning team. Roberts Hdwe 2 2 class is urged to do so at once. are in doubt about yours please call the
AU other little league and minor
Suwannee Coop. 0 SIt
Junior and senior life saving Ister-in-law of the bride.
league games were rained out. was announced that teams qualification practice: will start Wliitfield-Clenimons Bill Pierce minister of the City Clerk's Office. Call 3622276. REMEMBER

Little league standing Is: failing to show up for scheduled Monday August 2, at nine o'clock Mrs Fade WhItfield of Boyn- Church of Christ, performed the to avoid and
Team Won Lost advertising further .
games will be charged with a for- and extend until 11:00: ajti. Teats ton Beach and Ralph Clemmonsalso ceremony.

Suwannee Ford 6 0 I felt. If both teams fall to show, will be administered during the of Boynton Beach were penalty please pay on or' before
North Fla. Tele. 4 2 ,
each: will be charged with
a game week by LeNelle Phillips. Registration I
Western Auto S SRatllff united In marriageon Friday, So far nobody ha, devised away 30th.

Motor 0 6 lost.The for this program is open July I, at the home of Mr. and I to develop a business without I July
largest crowd In
history attended
now at the pool.
Bob Rutledge, the baseball program the dance last Saturdayat Adult swim classes will begin Mrs. John Cannon brother and somebody putting In hard work

I commissioner, this week announced the Center with 220 paid ad- starting Monday, August 9, If sufficient ; --

I re-scheduling makeup mission plus a crowd of observers Interest is shown to merit

games In both leagues. making up the record attendance. such Instruction. Classes will be 0 For Sale Real
Makeup scheduled for .; (
games The Jades provided the music.
held from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00:

the little league are: No dance Is scheduled for this ajn. on Mondays, Tuesday. CtmaikeclLITTLE 'P "
July 22: 8:45: p.m. Ratliff vs Su week end.Fletcher.
Thursdays Fridays, and Saturdays you want to buy a real farm

wannee Tractor. Bass won last Friday's NJTY or ranch Let's take a look at this
July 23: 7:19: p.m. Suwannee table tennis
tournament with
Registration Is desired now. 495 acre one with nice 3 bedroom
Tractor vs North Fla. Tele.; Debbie Touchton In second place Three big events are being two bath home (masonry

8:45 pjn. Western Auto vs. and Pam Vann finishing third. planned for August. Details will) I O HELP WANTED O MISCELLANEOUS ), Beautiful pwtuitM.construction

Ratliff. Friday morning; at nine-thirty, be announced in this column later ADS excellent terms


Public NoticesNOTICE mailing addraia la 18at McFarlln the place of residence and peat office" BIG RESULTS Ages 18 to 40. Apply In personA FARMERS 80 ACRES an cleared fenced and

den Boulevard who.,.Italia.piece, of Tuail...Id.n.' H. .A.la Bale-Buwannea .dd,... of the claimant and chill be & W Drive In. call tf MONET for your farm opera- cross-fenced tobacco allotment
sworn to by the claimant hi. agent, or
County, tlorldai Walter J. attorney and accompanied by a filing/ fee BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE tions at reasonable cost.: Terms 6 ml. from town 10000.
Bryton and wife, Alice L. Bryaon, of on. dollar and conk claim or demand Whatever the purpose. ym will WANTED Waitresses. Apply a' to fit your needs. Loans up to
each of .who. pl... of ...Id..... I.Duvai I. not ao filed shall b. void Dixie Grin. calf U 7 years. Call North Florida Production -.I
find Democrat classifieds, d*
County Florida) William Bryion MYRA ELLEN OWENS 70 ACRES with creek
,I will b. for d.bt Credit Assn. S. Ohio and small
not reiponilbl
any who. place of n.ld.nc I.r I I. Ai admlnlitratrl of th.. Eitat ofArthur
the Job quickly and well
", .d. or check ilvn.il by anyone oth. Ilrowird County, Florida Clara Cor. Willie Knight AKA WANTED White woman to Un Ave., Live Oak. TeL 362-2588. lake 6 mL north of town 111.509

than myself. CLIFTON W GREENE belt Orison who. place of ...Id.n.. A, W. Knight, AKA "IF.d" Knight, In home and care for invalid e abe.tf
I. Broward County, Florida Harry
10... lady Call R O. Fitch 9352950.
J Wllllami, whoa place of re.ld.nc* 10-11 ,
la Duval County Florida C. J. Br,. 8.08: P.M. Tuesdays pdJJ 7-11 RIVER
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County, Florida) Frank Bryaon whoie CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Machine, machlneless. and cold REALTY
FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNE place of reildenca la Dad County, IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN. 34 cents per word, with a WANTED A man to contract 407 Dowtlng St.
COUNTY IN CHANGER Florida and their rnpectlv unknown TY. IN CHANCERYNO. minimum of $140. to load broilers for Cotton Producers wave permanent given. Operators -
BILL TO QUIET TITLE .pou.... If living, and If dead their .- Annie H. MIDI Myr Farm Bureau Bldg.
THE WOMAN'S CLUB 011' LIVID OAK unknown ".1,. .. law d.vlaaea, kgateei LARENCE C. MURPHY, (All classifieds, mus* be paid m Association. Contact tie Elaine and Phone 312.152.WINSTON' .
.orpor.tlon not for profit of ."W'II' or ...nl.., or other periona Plaintiff advance.) Robert Smith Farmers Mutual Mills. Webb
no County, Florid., or partly claiming by, through. under Mary Drew BosUrtght. Man 1. ROGERS RealUr i .
Pl.lnllff. or agalnit them, and any and all VIRGINIA FLORENCE: .MURPHY ONE WEEK FREE Exchange, phone 382-2544. Sanford Specializing: In Farm" ft Acreage 1
eurtst at Annie'seach
... periona claiming: any auto, right. Defendant Classifieds ordered for five cajj tf Roles, and toafm
PFNSACOLA AND GEORGIA RAIL- title or Int..... In, or lien upon thereal NOTICE TO APPEAR Thursday, Friday, and
ROAD COMPANY .t .1.! I property herein deecrlbad or TOt VIRGINIA FLORENCE MURPHY. weeks, ran the last week fre*. -
WANTED Graduate student to Saturday. sad U
whoie .dd.... li unknown .but -
Ief.ndantiNOTICE DEFENDANTS kJJTINGSI ft... will pay for a 18 word .
0 DEFENDIN where Lit known mailing/ ; addreiiwaa earn while you learn the secret FARM AND
THE NAME: or THE You are hereby notified that a proleading '1. Petereburg. Florida advertisement for five weeks. of TIMBER LOANS
STATIC OF Jo'LOIUDAt. to quiet' title hi. been brought You are hereby notified/ that a Complaint Use Suwannee Democrat Chub the society: of make-up artlsts. AVAILABLE
TO Each of the fallowing; named D*. 1 In the Circuit Court for 'u."n. County for Divorce has .been filed In the Call Mrs. Morgan Miller ANY TYPE :
f.ndent. what .dd..., _Iden'Th..ndp .' Plorldo. arolnet all p..o" olaum. above named Court, and you sri r.nulr- finds for Preen Results. 382-1060. I For Information call or se*:
realdenoo le unknown, tu-wltl Inn any .: right title! Inur..t .d to **rv. a copy of your A newer or pdjj 7-11 PAUL A. BYRD
end Owril.. JCompiny .... or Han ,; th. ; i"'d other pleading to the Complaint upon MEMORIALWORK :
John A. Irvlni J.....' N. lacy. real property, situate In Suwannee County. the' Plaintiff I Attorney er Agn.r, .. FORFOR SALE WANTED Salesmen Women. !a\- \ 408 & Ohio Are.
l..b.1l. 5. h'r. N. M. P.r.h.ly, John .. Florida, to-wit P, 0. Bo 111, Firry. tlurid., and file Minimum 40 bra. weekAMttty Lire Oak. Florida
versus,. Nancy M. P>..hl.y, KomnnIrvln. "0' N*. {I. Block No. 17, In the City .h. 0,1.1..1 the 0111. of .h. CI.\b .f per ,
., g.r.h Louvln H.itklB., William at Llvw ay, anardinf to the ytata the Court of iiiday KALE usnr- and determines Ineome. 1300 .' I. h Pitons 3rlWI' a .
D"...,,' H..kliw, Paul R. Wllll.mi, Mq 05 Oh. Orlaind Tows of Uv. Live CJ aft on ape k.fnn a I Tubes. Bargains for cars, week and over possible DONE C tf
Oak prepared 'by the aoo,... C. I lonteetthe per ,
GIOO'.. E. D.nt.r, Joseph 8. Whit. I of July, Ilil. If yon care to
GoUchilk Poud.m.f. Worth SUph.M. I Chrenborig Company, on file In the aamci otherwl.e, the all.gatlona of trucks tractors. All sizes avail Call 382-1968. pbjj 9-10 Bronze
K.nnl.' P. Hrnum, W/lh.m f Myron, office of th* Ta* A....... of Bu.wannae the Complainwill' .he liken ai eonfcieed.DONK able. Some like: new. Hundreds Granite Marble.
Sue M H.mmlni. A. Dupont H.mmln. Ountr, Florida' being In and ORDrRCIl Live Oak.uwannee WANTED Phone 362-3333 FOR SALE House ana lot
a.l.... R. Smllh.on, a.I.. Hmllh.on, Cecil,. II, Town.hip f Bouth, County Florida, thla 14th day to pick from. Barber's Service AT ONCE Curb>> girl lies x 180 & Walker Ave
n* U Satiny, T. A. 1UII.X. R. P. Range IS East.and of June, A. D. 1015.LAVAUGHN. Station O'Brien, 9353535. Also If Interested: apply In penon.Parter' LIVE OAKMONUMENT on
are- h.r.by required to file with J. O. Cannon A
Hntrlo Taylor, Thoodo.II. you SESSIONS: at I
The Gargle l Loan .A Trust Tompany,Ed'j the >Clerk of said Court your aniwer, Clerk of Circuit CourtBuweanee available through your neighborhood Drive In. US 129. Jasper Wolf Lumber Co. Phone 3831817 -
A. Milieu All,. C. Usury, W. O. defense or other pleading In said pro.ceedlng County Florida service station from Road. caJJ U CO.
J.Ml. _Wood Whit. Mrs. Ida on ar before the' 10th day of BR/ Lllllan Bedford. p.C. coq tf
JOHH, H. u. Jonesf anv* and if dead July. 1911. and tn ..rw. tattf thsnofn t." Barber's Tire Service, wholesale Homer Sanford Rep. t '
.aoh of thou unknown apou., help. Plalntl/fa, attorney, L.: Arthur Law. division. cads tfXR
d..I.**., lvati. orlltora. aueoa.ort. nnca. Jr? P. O. lion 601, .l.I Oak NOTICE' : OF PUBLIC HEARING HORNE REALTY
...I.n., and to all persons or parti. Florida, to te.Complaint; I TO PHOTO COLORING IN OIL CORP.
elalmln by through under or ...I..t up the e.tate, right. title or intend In, CONSIDER CLOSINVACATING AND > SALE New and used (Office Supplies at MeCrtraenYFOR ) BRANCH OFFICE
them and to all h.tlnr any olalm or lien upon the above deicrlked prop. ABANDONING A PORTION OF A plane. Prier Music Co. North Charles A. Taylor. Rt. 4, Box tie W. Hewartf at.
or any InUrott In i..I landa heroin dierlbdl .rty claimed by you Herein fall not, or PUBLIC ROAD lit. Live Oak, Fla. Phone 38321SJ. -
udgmant. will ,b. entered agalnat you Null. .to hereby .given that the Board Ohio An.. Live Oat 383-2188. GEORGE B. DEESP
You and rich of you ar* h.rby 1r d.'."It. of County *" of BuwanneaCounty call U caJJ tf
tint that a suit In aqulty has bran WITNESS my hand and seal of laid Florida' ,mlilooid" a public I kearng > 0 RENTFOR ASMMtkl" *
brought. aralnot. you by Th. Wo", ..'. burt of Florida, on thli/ Slob day of at IliOO oilock A..., Tacaday. Ac 362-1 MS
Club 01 LI.. 0.... a aopo.lIon not for lore IKSLAVAUGHN mat I, IVtl, on the queallon of whether FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer SEWING MACHINE CENTERDONT
profit f.Buwannee County, Florida, and A. SESSIONS or not to class, vacate and abandon aa chain saws, parts and servle RENT Spaces for mobile
you are hereby aummonied. ordered and Cerk of Circuit Court a public road driveway or thorough.ar
required to fll. your wnittanon.wn or By S/ Lillian Redford all that portion of a certain roadunnlng Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, home. Plenty of room. Nice SINGERand Almost U mile on Buwanne! River
defence to the Complaint filed hereinagalnat Deputy Clark Rat and Wait on the BruthId bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor and clean. Good well water
Some Marketable Timber
,.10 : ...
\ you In sold nun, In th. office of the LOP4O. Railroad C'
all other makes rebuilt btrfNew
Clerk where moat small gasoline engines. Lake for fishing and swimming
of th* of the Circuit Court, In and point Good Location
for Buwannea County, Florida" at the IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY r thoyE.alino offthelNW: % of la* NWVkf Tyre's Saw A Engine: Service, Morgan's Trailer Park. US 90 and Used Machine $26,000.96% Down
Court Houi In Live Oak, Florida on or JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY Section S, Tow.sbl S South, Range .
i before the 10th day of July A. U. 1KI FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 11 Eait, Intercede said road, thenee rvaIng formerly Electric Service Co. West Live Oak Florida. Phone; I Needles OU Parts
and eerve a copy of your aald aniwer IN RFi F.tate nfARTHUR Wealarly along. the South aid. uf. 1011 8th St. Tour small engine 363-2016. pcfdj 19-19 734 Brown St. Llv Oak. Fla. 3 Bedroom Home on Edge of Town
or defcnae upon Wm, Randall Slaughter. Wll.US KNIGHT. AKA L.O.P.. O. Railroad Company tracka n0 ,
Attorney for Plaintiff I p. O. Ron IOHlive A. W, KNIGHT: AKA "TED"KNIGHT iroilmaIWU Uly 1.110 feet, sold rood In theN headquarters cadj U Phone 362-2744 Nice She Lot Carport$3,600.8aepe
Oak Florida I on or before sold o,f the N W tie of Beatloo. :, Tn.- FOR RENT 3-bedroom houseon
date. aa required by the laws. of the 8t..t.of .<"pmM hip I South Range II rain, portion. FOR SALE All sixes of tar 8. Suwannee Av*. Can PaulA. Mrs. C. C. Travis Manager Terms
t Florida. If you fall to do ao, a drone T. All Cradltora. and Having of which II.. b.twera the laada of ....Ih. *r
pro confoico will be entered against. you Claim ar Demand. Agalnit. Said E.tate rn Dolomite a Hloal Company, aadracka lb. paulllns. guaranteed not to leak Byrd. 363-1389 01' 363-1387 cbeJU
for the rell.f demanded In laid complaint You and ash of you are hereby notl- : of the said Railroad Company Otis Brown Motors cdJJ U cajj tf Possibly Trade For Equity
The nature nf aald lull la to eitahllih 'l.d and required to ......., any lime BY ORDER of the Board at County
title to the following described land In and d.manda which or either I of rommlailonera of Suwanneo Count,.
the Plaintiff, to quiet title and to remove you. ono have...Tnat the -jtato of lorlda. thla July '1". ItilHoard CALVES FOR BALE- Dairy beef RECENTLY REMODELED > 2- (Rne Year ScWrlptUa Now)
cloud therefrom ai act forth In paid Arthur Willie Knight aka A. W. Knight Of County Commli.lonar. all airs. Nancee McMillan. 362 bedroom< house on paved road TRAILER OWNERS:
Complaint, enjoin and reitraln aka "Tid" Knight deceaa.d. late of Mid Buwaane County, Florida
anyone from aiiertlng. you, title.Intereit County, to th. County Judge of Buwan.ee 2981. pdJJ '-11 northeast of Live Oak. Garden.pace LOTS FOR BALK
rlatm or demand,rln'I or to sakiland. County, Florida, at hi. offtf. In the II, CURTIS 0. HUMPHKIr.8 If desired' 130 per month. GOOD TERMS. Priced ISIS
., and every part or parcel thereof court hou.o nf laid County at live Oak, Chairman FOR SALE Magnesia Spring
0 For S l OUTSIDE CITY (but doe )
and from proaecutlnv. attempting to Norlila" within ill calendar months from AT'EBTtLAYAUGHN: Writ T. A. DelegaU 1831 CTero- .-Automotive In
Guaranteed to
the tlm. of the flint publication of thl. A. SESSIONS mineral water. PAUL A.
any ault In equity or action at son Road. Jacksonville, Florida BYRD. Realtor
Rroiecute poeieiilon of title to the otlre." lob coplei of each claim or de- Clark help kidney trouble or gastric 404 & Ohio
following. rt.eerlbed ml ealate. lying and land shall In writing I and ahall atat ..II stomach or your money back call U FOR SALE: 11$1 Lincoln Must Ave
b.ln.; In Buwnnnea County, Florida to- --- Live Oak Florida
wit i Sum Bank No. 141 Electric cooler for rent. II per FOR RENT Four rooms turn- sell make offer Can 383IMI Phon

ass Oak That comm.nrlng certain lot In on the the City north of Live.Id. I REPORT IN THE OF STATE CONDITION OF FLORIDA OF THE AT BRANFORD THE CLOSE STATE OF BUSINESS BANK" OF ON BRANrORD JUNE week. Also hare distilled water. Uhed. Four miles out. Adult on. cbJJ '-19 383-13 elf

of Halnei HI net 110 f.et writ of Ohio roes. IIM per ft gal. Jug. Mineral 11. Phone 363-2393. calf tf FOR BALK
Avenue, th.nce running. north ...,.1. CO.h ASSETS water It per ft gal. Can Ken- 1X4 Chevrolet 3-

the lel with South Ohio olde Avenue of Uuval 100 foot Btreet to in bdoneee proceii with of collection other I bunk......'...end........ooh.. It.mi...... ........ ...I III.... II non's Home Pharmacy to placean FOR RENT Newly decorated ton truck. In good condition FOR BALE: New two bedroom

thenre Welt along the tenth eld* oI United Statea Government obllgalloni, direct and guaranteed .... TH.II4II order Home delivery made furnished apartment Apply' reasonable. Term Contact horn*. 1300 down. Ie 9 month.H. .
Ohllgatlona of State and polltlral eubdlvliloni ... .. II III 4T
t puneliel Duval Btr.t with Ohio TO' foot Avenue thenre 100 south feet lane and dlicounta Including ID.411II averdrafti) ;;:; : :..:::: ,.. 114.11: .II regularly. Distributed by Jack- Mrs. P. C. Powell 410 Democrat Vondelon Walker Rt. I. Mayo L. Kent phone 343-2333 or
to the north aide I Nash premliec owned,75.11, fnrnltur endO.ta.S 411,11..I*._ 4T.4I* II St. Phone 343-1498 or 383-3143 Phone W-327S. cabj It 383-3883. ail U
thence Feat: along of the llalnec north aide ers of OIh.. ...... .... .... ... ... ,... noo..... ..... ,.... ........ .....,n son Water Co. Perry. Fla.

of Hal beginning.... Street 70 feet to the point TOTAL ASSETS .-..... .. "., ..,........... .........,....,,...., ...' ....,.I.t.?....... phhj '-13 0 LOST & FOUND FOR BALE: bedroom bou *.
The name of the Court In which hid LIASILITIEI PIINO IN STORAGE FOR RENT 5-room furnished 1H baths, brick veneer Ian
cult kai been In.tltuted le the Circuit Pemand deposits of Individuate partnereklpe.. and _..IIoa..... ..I ....n..II
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit of Tim. and aavlni "._11. of lndl.ldunla, ..........hI... Beautiful splnet-consol' stored apartment 2 bedroom, private lot. near school. 431 Hawkins
Florida In and fur Sow inn.* County and eorporatlona ? TIT.Til ITrtepoelta locally. Reported like new. Responsible bath window fan water furn STRAYED from farm' at DovUng St. S. W Phon
: :::: :
of United ; (,1t.IO 3833148.eaJJ
Statea Oovernment aavlnget
Florid sad the abbreviated title cold Including poital Park Black
raui In The Woman Club of to Live neuo.lt of Btale and political aubdlvlalon. ..,. ..,.......... ? .. .... "I-1*' !! party can take at big lolled private parking. Can 383 a Angus male year tf
Oak, a corporation not for profit of Su.wannee Certified and .m....' ehcrkl *... .... ........ ....-... .... It...*.II 1074 or 363-1949. CaJJ tf hog weighing about 300 Iba If
low balance.Write
County, Florida Plaintiff I TOTAL DEPOSITS' : .. .... .......,.... .... ......- .......HIST saving on payment found pleas contact
Peniacoln and Georgia Railroad Company va. : Total: and ..:. I 141.111: ? FOR RENT Three-room furn Former, phone
et ... Def.ndanta time wrings depoalu : Two-bedroom
Wieners wiy hand ai Clerk of the Circuit Other llabllltlea ..... .., .. ........ ..,... .-............ ......*. McCall Blvd, Rome, Oa. lahed apartment on West Fifth 3C33343.Pejj 8-11 home and I. acres I
Court and Seal I of this PUJ 10ORAL' of land. 44 mL from Llv Oak on
Oak, Buwaaneo County Florida Court, thla In Idle 14th TOTAL UABIUTIKI .. .... ...... .. .. ..._....._ ....1LH4.i11,11. St. CaD 983-3853. caJJ 10 Highway It. Ideal for small fatal
day of Juno. A. t). ..... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
SEAL: ) Capital! Common ouch, total par value 14110*.0* ......... .... .... 1 I//wSS BINS Butler grain FOR RENT Burplua' ,..,,., ,. ,... ... .... bins and drying equipment. CallT.
Clerk of Circuit CourtBuwannee : profit MmM.UadlvMed ... -=.,_.. ...: ::::7 ..:.:: :::::::::, .... 41.10111: E McCall. 935-4303. Bran- house, couple preferred. to sell with easy term
County, Florida Reoerve (and retirement ncoount for preferred taplull .., ...-'.. 4,111.11 Call 363-1733. cU U HOUSE FOR SALE 3-betfroMB Ready for occupancy.Twobedroom .
.u ford. ".. pdJJ 10-14
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .,. .... ...._. .....I ,......... bouse. S acrM land. Jet ptunn.
BALE: On set of lISt furnished CBS bom to good
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TOTAL LUBILITIM AND CAPITAL AOTOVNTSAncle ........,.. ...tn....... FOR or mvfvrnUhetf. AHready Mtchborhood.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND MEMORANDA World Book Encyclopedia In excellent to mope hv Lights, water, larg lot a real buy.wtta .

FOR IUWANNEC COUNTY CHANCERY.FIOR- pledged or aeelgned to Soon* llabllltla ant for .,.... parpe.eeln.radln condition at a bargain. CARPENTER WANTED: Utophom. Oft th# Mayo Road good terms. Ready for oc-
IDA. IN ( cola and bill ledl.iie.ated aid aonrtUe. ..... with
THALIA RARRELL: RAIL HJkNHrN: agreement to repeinkaeel .a... ... ,. ..-. I III,Ml N Writ or can Roy L. Crosby 1/4 nil on the old DovUng CQpaDq.
C HARRELL and CRKTCHEN HAR. Loons ai iheera above. are after dedoeUon of---iii--' ;; ;;* e;- .... 14 SI1.IT: 1737 W. Duval 8t. Lake City Lead Carpenter Needed For Part Hoed. First' house toftOontevel o
ELL BRINK MAN.riatattffa.. L Orahant. 0. Owe*. Vie ...........! a Caahle*. at tk. .......-...... beak, doaelemnly oa CaD Today 343-IIS
ifftrm that this. apart of eeodltteo b tree Sad .eamel t* tae boat of Phone 733-0488. peal 10-11 Perry HalL RalTc Barber '
VI. my knewUdge. gad "belief. Residential Construction: Shop. 304 K. Dun 81. Llv PAUL A BIRD Realtor
Graham C. 0- toe ... Ohio At*.
D rendaateNOTICE Cerrert- Contact Oak. Fla. PCJJ .I-It
: TO DEFEND AlteallMervln R. Owe*. 0 FOR LEASE UN Oa*. P'Ia.'

TrII STATE OF FLORID A. B. WareF.V I I'',FOR BALK 1-tedroom home tf

TO awl George...11I".S.add Kata.hjo_. ta wknowai reildeaM. L a TnimeaaaBtbal PkUrlpaPeraatoea FOR LEASE I month or mor. BOB WOLFE with Itt baths block ....., *.

Mrs. D. B. Bp.... whae ,I... of _I. $u. 730 X Duval. > bedroom tton, ..
arpertthrty ..
dace and ..anise ......... la ..aaaewai tit* at "....... ea..." of ._.....*. act house electric kitchen GENERAL CONTRACTOR tjentral POa BALK 3-tadnm train
H. A. ....k....... ..... ,laM of ....- Sworn and ; carpets beat. FHA nnnetL Be boas
to enbeerlked" "before' me thla Ilk day of J.S". lOSS, Rt. .. Boa tit-o pb MXUI Mothwust! part, ....
deneo and Bulling add... la .akaow..lM and I berebp eertlrr that I am net aa fnra* or ........ of thIs ...... lam yard. Writ M. Nrrella. Warm TeAWr. 1312 Eoettd at U4
H. Helvoaatoej and Ito wife. Nina Y eommualn. r puroo ........ .. .... Box 8J48. Jacksonville or W443. UTE OAK. FLORIDA dews and M' traaftrytng. C8nui
Helvenatra. e..k *f whew platy *fnaldenM OOLITA MATHIS. Notary MIN. Slat of FWHda at Lam 44I-U9 Phone JO-JIM or 343-3134 >Black. coOrd. JackaoavOW.

la Dolls, Tern*, and wkee lUAU) P4U4U1I ca1J U ss..... sisal 18.11PAGE .




I farmer Home Administration LoansIn At Fort Polk Funeral Services Last Rites For Floridians Spent i Plan Quilted FabricsWatch I

for quilted fabrics: for

Two Counties Total $355,000A Held Thursday Kennedy fIeldAt'Vellhorn Near Billion On late season.day Larry and evening Aldrich wear showed next a I

record total of 110 farm, and flood. For W. A. Lisle number of "quiltles". in black

rural families benefited from Nearly $120.000 of the total am. Public Utilities \ .

Farmers Home Administration supervised ount loaned throughout the counties p..
Funeral services for William Ralph Kennedy Wellborn painter Odd Fact
services during
credit went to finance equipment Floridians have spent $822,200-
Avery Lisle, retired of Live died When a man In Kansas City,
grocer suddenly Tuesday. July
1965 Wendell Roberts, the .,ency' feed. seed. livestock: other farm 000 to operate and expand publicly -
Oak held IS at Beulah Mo, asked a friend to give his
announced were July 20. at his home In Wellborn.
county supervisor, and home operating needs and to owned utility plants during
Baptist Church with the Rev. Funeral services were held Wednesday stalled car a push, the friend
today refinance chattel debts. the past five years, the Florida
Clarence Parker and the Rev. Willie afternoon July 21. at 4:00 obliged pushing the stalled vehicle
USDA Another $48.900 In loans were State Chamber of Commerce
He.reported agency re tree,
Newman conducting the last at Mt Pleasant Baptist a parked car
during the 1965 fiscal year madeor used by five farmers to devellp pm ported In Its Weekly Business Review I through a fence under a clothesline -
rites. Interment was in the New Church with the Rev W. F Ben
$355,000 In loans and buy farms not larger than released :yesterday
Insured some into another fence and finally
Hope Cemetery in Lafayette nett the Rev. John Itutcheraon.
and Lafayette Coun. family size and to refinance "Utilities covered by this near-
Suwannee where
in against a steel pole
County with the James B. Daniels and the Rev Raymond Dikes con '
ties or around 65 per cent more debts. billion total were public water. It came to ...t.
Funeral Homo of Live Oak In ducting the last rites. Burial was ..;:..
than the average amount It loaned This FHA Unit also made 18 electricity, gas and transit systems.
charge of arrangements. In the adjoining cemetery with
annually for the previous five Economic Opportunity loans totaling (Private firms engaged In ]
Mr. Lisle died here July 12 at the James B Daniels Funeral
I Words of the
years. $26,350 In the short time these utilities spent a much larger Wise
the local hospital.Survivors Home of Live Oak In charge of
that this has been effect By nothing do
"FHA's many time-tested services program In sum but are not Included In thee men show
include the widow. ,
focused on solution of rural arrangements figures.) I their .haractcr nun than by
Mrs. Etha Lisle Live Oak: and Kennedy was born in the Wellborn I '
j things
problems through strengthening Repayments of principal and Revenue received from utility I they laugh at.
family farms and rural communities interest on loans outstanding Walter Lamar Wilson, sea at four sisters Mrs Lena Stone community and spent his customers nosed out expendituresby .CJ( h.U'.A Wolfgang vonorged
Jasper Mrs. Prance Johnson entire lifetime In thla county. He
were broadened last fall." totaled 8260.800 In INS fiscal Mr. and Mr* Ear Chatter, who Winter Haven and Mrs Florence was a member of the Mt. Pleasant an even 13 million during the { )

County Supervisor Roberta pointed year. reside la this city en radgettAvenae. Stokes and Mrs. Hattie Cunningham Baptist Church and was a veteranof five year period. This balance was
when The Farmers Home Administration earned in the 1900 through
"This took place years
out. to at IX Folk. La.. MIdergelng both of Tampa. World War II. Household
the agency was liven the responsibility makes loans only to applicants 1M3: for" In 1983 there was a deficit Hint
Active pallbearers R. L.Allbrltton.
baste training. were Survivors Include the widow
for administering two unable to obtain credit else of $4 4 million and a further Liquid suede dressings" help
Herbert Jordan Jerry of Wellborn
Mrs. Julia Kennedy :
credit for low- where. amount of $74 million during restore the new look to sued.
special programs
Cribbs Edgar Lyons. James Hum Alma ,
and'a sister Mrs. Noegel.Lake Use
income rural families and community Few Are Vine RipenedMost phries and Joseph Humphries. City last year. a sponge rubber brush to
under the Econo- "The building of new plants to apply a thin even coat and
groups Easier To Coin tomatoes packed and included
Keep ); Honorary pallbearers Active pallbearers were J W. brush the suede to
Act"Suwmnnee accommodate growth ws the the
mic Opportunity A mechanical engineer will tell shipped from Florida packinghouses Albert Allbrltton. Fred McIntosh Foster. Olenn Smith Kenneth nap when dry
and Lafayette County you that It takes six times as much are in the maturegreenstage. Roy Jordan. Snowden Lee. M. J.Allbritton Long Bob Edwards, Joe Law and principal reason that expendituresexceeded
rural people benefited during Vine-ripened tomatoes Jtsse Allbrltton, and receipts during the past
power to start a flywheel from a Barney Douberty. two
1965 fiscal year Included members dead start as It does to keep It goIng make up only about 18 per cent Perry Humphries. Members of the Eastern Star years
of about 110 families who received of the tomatoes shipped during Receipts: from water service WE ARE HAPPYTO
once it is In motion. In other served as honorary pallbearersVehlclett
loans during the year or used during last year alone totaled ANNOUNCE THAT
words it only take one- xth as a single season.Refrigerator
credit advanced In prior years. Quick Welsh) Rarebit I 1112,400,000 and expenditures $71.-
much effort to keep going once I Erie Jean Nix
Loans for the construction or Arranged For quick Welsh Rabbit com
you are on the way as It doe to Of
remodeling of dwellings and other bine four cups of diced sharp ThoughtEven : and gas utilities. and IS NOW WITH

buildings on farms and In rural stop and then start over again. A neatly arranged refrigerator" \ American cheese, 3/4 cup milk the most menial of callings transit systems together had a CARL and LILLIANHOLLERBACH
to sla tenyour
communities totaled around 74. you are tempted U also a more trident refrigerator. 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard and can be greatly enhanced by developing revenue total of 1123.100000 and

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last year? accidents. Ogden of Live Oak, at Camp per up
Moot homemakers did. Ninety- Echockotee this week from where ALUMINUM SIDINCWINDOWS
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Ever come speeding down a busy move the farm equipment and Rocky anniversary. rd like to
highway and suddenly find directly tools from the paths. Place rakes, they will forget it, too." WAYNE MORRELLFour
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should be destroyed. Just by removing shooting .
and sometimes fatal. some of the hazards on packing,
To prevent such unexpected the farm and being careful in The trip
pile-ups, farmers are urged to usea farm machinery operation, many ture. Is
reflective triangle designed especially farm accidents can be prevented. North
to signify "Slow Moving This can eliminate serious accidents scouts
Vehicles", of persons as well as property the visit
The symbol, an equilateral triangle damages. dinner on ANNUAL
of reflective red and flour- ranch has
escent orange, can be seen and falo herds
Identified at 600 feet under prac- Quite Gear Enroute.
tically all driving conditions their
day, dusk and night It is to be Having received from his tailor across the
a bill and a note reading, "Please
mounted on the rear of farm wagons be spent
tractors construction machinery remit by return 51st notice Miss
Stoney Broke replied: "Dear Sir, ;
and maintenance
highway AFB :
I do not remember ordering a FREEZER SALEJUST
equipment traveling 25 miles per Webb :
suit such as you mention. If I did
hour or less.Statistics and
show that onethirdof order it you certainly never madeit Roswell
Involvea for me. If you did make it I
all highway accidents Carlsbad
never got it. Furthermore, if I got
of slow-moving all accidents vehicle.are rear-end Nearly half col- it I must have paid for It And it have IN TIME FOR VEGETABLE SEASON
I didn't, I can't"Our
lisions. Shepard
These accidents occur on good as: :
days and good roads. The problemis and Eglln
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often does not realize that the You can be sure you're growingold August 12
object on the road ahead Is mov- if you discover yourself saying"I
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I Growth Through Service ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IyA'hU.lctler Anna Assign To f

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Castor's CornerBy 't. --.---..--- V S. FORCES. THAILAND
IAHTNC) .Army Pvt. Claude W.
ft! ,f 1 ta Avera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
J. Avera. ill Pinewood Way Live I
REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM Oak, was assigned to Headquarters t
x Detachment of the 8th Logistical .
Pastor First Methodist Church 7y Command In Thailand
July 6.Avera.
entered the Army in
Be. find in the book of Daniel. It has Indeed become a part of us. l 'I February 1964 and completed
k sixth chapter and the tenth Yet I feel certain that for most of I Ii basic training at Fort Jackson
these word "Now when i I S. C. lie attended Suwannee High
rse. which :
us we need something more _.
,nlel knew that the writing was will help us to follow that whichwe .. ...... School.
Piiil Uy dean mlt forOod d1.n.Mnj Paul clton fuldrpo. for OulrttuuIn r ul nitunw UM Chrl tt m rwrllonI J.II' "lftl. hili' t""a. .
j ined. he went Into hU house: know to be right. Recently the pUui for u*. nmiadliicr 11s vn tkr dMlr mlal aM MMKMIMUVM .U....*U tkoul him. 1\.Mud.blvorIt. "'.t SW faltll tllat ",.11.. S kind pin.
1 bis wlndowi being opened In question was asked "Why is It so *.w body wit* ChrM w UM .....; .u kurt ups t Mew Ion fnrfeolli rwxtae sot tvll One *rU Mr 1105nv.0ew ......... kul mini _n\l.... unit InwhotvlmurtMt Fouraker Kmnion At
.... .vn.mn..eu with I* Chrullan w
uh mint UMOI.Ctiruuuu .nMM
toward Jerusalem heeled Mm b tl r 15.5.n.lhw s hind tot. rDllowWf
; chamber hard to do right even when we nft tor .U<. food of th. what" kwon iimMi tor .UMn> .o <........ CkrtaUMU ....11. ."'Ft,.... dint J.rax 11/.M "Fargo July 25
upon his knees three time know It is right" This person is IUHMM 13 14. ..RMMIU It."- .......- -Roman II 1, U-U COU'kN: TEXT Mark 10 4J.
lay. and prayed. and Ian asking the question which all of The annual Fburaker Family
- inks before Ood. u he did us at on time or another have rro,1.IlIowevf'r, thatch may Reunion will be held on July 25at
iretlme." asked. Proper Grass And FertilizationAdd build up appearance decline and Slope I.IIHII Away Bethel Church at Fargo, Oa.
If you are familiar with thisTestament We know in general what is insect problems Increase.It Orna mental horticultural! Relative are urged to attend.
story you will re. how hard it is at time point out that when building anew Those planning to attend are
right but Much To Florida Lawnsclose to well to remember each encouraged to bring
lawn, It should be graded to photograph
how the king had signed a
to follow the right. The complexl grass requires a separate grooming of family kin or other articleswhich
al statute that whoever should ties of modem life have forced GAINESVILLE: E Starting a mowing of a grass which program. Some are upright In slope away from the house so water might be of interest. to the
a petition of any Cod or man us to reduce our religion to something lawn with grass best suited to the should be cut high will eventually their growth patterns, others will drain away from It. A gentle reunion members. Picture of
thirty days, except to the king simple on which we may lay )particular area to basic to good result In loss of vigor and reduce prostrate, while other are thick slope of one to five feet for family member now deceased!
each 100 feet I I. desirable fordrainage
Lid be cut Into the den of hold. A man once said that his lawn culture. the stand. A reduced stand and and need frequent thinning to reduce would be of particular Interest.
but shouldbe
steep slopes
j. But Daniel followed his religion was to follow the Oolden Two of the most important loss of vigor occurred at St. Augustine thatch. The reunion win be held rainor
al custom and prayed to his Rule, and this Is good. But is it which avoided since they are harderto
principles of good lawn maintenance grass test plots When setting up a fertiliser shine
"And the windows being not true that we need somethingmore are correct mowing and. adequate were maintained at three mowing program the type of grass should start and keep up. Accordingto U.
n He kept hU window which will help us to follow fertilisation. In general, the levels half inch one-and-a-quar- be kept In mind. Each has 1U own ground turf specialists cover I Is ,better a low ItOwln'l (Office. *.p lle. at McCrimon's)
[n toward Jerusalem toward that code? It is here that religion coarser the leaf texture of the ter, and two-and-a-half Inches. special problems. Renearch show bank ,
source of his strength come In. Religion offers not onlya the It should be cut. grass since mowing Is
grass higher Most( of the St. Augustine varieties centipede grass has the lowest not required,
owed Jerusalem w..mboUc. high system of ideals, but alsoa Research on St. Augustine grass mowed at a half inch thinnedout fertiliser requirement while Ben -- '-- USE,
.oggests to us that we tooold source of strength and power to at test plots show that continuous and became: heavily Infested muda grass the highest.Fertiliser -- ----- I
keep our windows open toeS help us see them through. When with weeds. Some differences were should be applied to owners should not tenths theirlawns
God If we would have HI religion Is looked upon only as a little or no power to see them noted among other varieties but centipede once yearly; St. Augustine as they would pastures to FUCO
er. not to face the angry de- set of rules, a standard of conduct through. in general, the behavior to the in North Florida, three applications produce high yields
of a king but the power to then it ceases to be religionand This to not to discount the Importance same Since Bermuda grass Is while In the southern Over fertilisation often produce Brand
the day-by-day demand becomes a formula. of Ideals and morality In much finer In texture. It should sections of the state It will need a soft succulent turf more susceptible
are made upon us. The ques- Do you ever feel that your religion life, for the world truly needs the be mowed cloned to give a satisfactory four treatments. Zoysla will need to Insect, disease, droughtand
may arise "Why do .e need is a burden to you' That It highest type of Ideals and Integrity appearance. four treatments and Bermuda frost damage InsecticideFOR
tel our windows open?" Is keeping you from enjoying life, to guide It In these hectic Here's what research shows regarding takes six application In ornamental turf the object
;veryon has code of con and that you would like to throwit day But our greatest need today mowing heights and weedresistance The difference In the fertlllaer should be to produce a healthy,
t by which to measure his overboard? When we feel that to the Inner resource of power requirement are needed becauseof attractive cover of grass with a*
\\1 living. For some it has bee way. it means just this that which will f'nableIa to see our When St. Augustine grass was the varied characteristics of the little mowing and maintenance a* BEST RESULTS
a habit to follow that code we have a high set of ideals and duty through. cut at halt Inch heights weed : grass, including growing rates, possible
This brings us to the secret of growth was greatest; when cut at growth pattern and seasonal performance ---- -
our Lord. He lived a* He did because two-and-a-half inches, weed ,
Ood gave Him the powerto growth was at Its lowest activity. Once a lawn I I' established IU
do so. We find that after a But it should not be cut too success may depend largely on the ALL NEW! THE BIG MF 175
KINDERGARTENA hard day or before the tolls of high. Mowing higher than the fertiliser maintenance program
the day would begin He wouldgo optimum level may a"t't'the Mora lawn difficulty has been associated Hlg-brawnylr, .lny4-5 plov atronjrl With
Centered Kindergarten apart to be In a quiet place appearance and performance of with improper fertilisa Prfwure Control A new feature added to the Advanced
A with Oct And after each such the grass but does not affect Iii lion than any other factor. Home- Ferguson System for Irwtant weight transfer
to help child develop time He would come back a new
your man. A man with a high sense of traction with pull-type Implement new

Spiritually, Emotionally, Mentally, duty and a high level of power. Rapid Coupler for mounted tool now comfort 1
W. need a high level of power to JULY PAINT SPECIALFLAT and convenience new power In the 60 HP

Physically, Socially see we life keep through our and windows It come open onlyas to SEMI GLOSS, LATEX clam! ,a.olln.r diesel Bee It, tent drive it _

d, Ood. Ours may be a small room soon I
FOR: Four and Five Year Olds we may have few talents our $2.91 Gallon
needs may be many_but we, too.
Enroll Now At can have great power and a great COLORS ONLY( ALLBRITTON BROS.
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I Experimental Harvester Being Tested Here county organizations on the concession acres of flue-cured tobacco wejp
of operating the stand planted in Florida this year. Last
II 30 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOKGeorgia during fair week. A committee has year's production of 22.254,132
been named to draft rules governing pounds sold for $13.064.838 for an
Coastal Plain Experiment Station 'l operation of the stand average price of $38.71 per hundred -

TIFTON, GEORGIA JULY 17, 1965 which will Include top prices that pounds.
can be charged by the operators.The Florida's major flue-cured: tobacco -
1 The Thirty Day Agricultural RAINFALL during the next 30 lv"9vvJ5iilut premium list for the 1965 producing counties are Su-
Weather Outlook for the periodmidJuly I days Is expected to vary widely fair was approved. Crews said wannee Hamilton, Columbia

through midAugustfor from place to place but should that the prize ]list for this year Madison, Alachua, Lafayette, Taylor
South Georgia Southeast average between 4.SO and '7.00 In. f includes additional premiums for Union. Bradford. Jackson
Alabama and Northwest Flor- I chew in Southeast Alabama and livestock, made possible this sea- Oilchrist, Levy Baker and Dixie
ida follows: between 500 and 8.00 Inches in son for the first time due to the as .-, ,
TEMPERATURES during the South Georgia and Northwest added facilities. r
period mid-July through mid-Au Florida. Rain will occur mostly as School will exhibit again this No. 8

gust are expected to average near afternoon or evening showers with year and control of this part of the county. He said the Branford
normal over all of the Tn -State one or two periods of extended the exhibition will again rest with group had adopted as goals high
Agricultural area. Dally mean rainfall school officials) with the association standards in health, education
temperatures should average between SUNSHINE during the next 30< providing part of the funds recreation, and beautification a*
79 and 83 degrees. DailY days is expected to average about needed for school participation.The needs for the Branford area and
maximum temperatures are expected 60 per cent of possible with two 1965 fair will be held on the suggested county wide endeavor
to range between 88 and 94 or three periods of extended Coliseum grounds during the weekof In these fields would prove beneficial -
degrees with afternoon tempera- cloudiness. October 18-23. to the entire area.
tures reaching 95 degrees or high. SOIL TEMPERATURES during U. Better schools were cited by
er on 7 to 9 days Daily minimum the period are expected to average Past Chamber President Louie C.
temperatures should average between between 80 and 88 degrees under No.4 Wadsworth as the key to growth
88 and 74 degrees with no four inches of bare soil with of unselfish service, they cease to and development in the county
temperatures below 60 degrees higher avenges in the drier soils serve a special Interest and dedicate Without improved schools he said

their efforts to the public all other plans for growth and development
good." would fail and wither.
The secretary drew much praise The Democrat's publisher told the
Sp YO U R H fAlTn. from hit.. audience for his forthright group that now every cKlaen In
: Farmers of this area had an opportunity Friday to see an experimental cropper-harvester at message on the value of the county. could determine for

work at the Suwannee Valley Experiment Station. During the day, ever 100 growers visited the station Christian men interesting them himself what good school facilities

i By LESTER L GOLEM.IX, MJ>. to see the harvester, plrtured above Just before going Into action. selves in the matter of self gov will cost.
The machine bears the trade name of Hawk and was designed by. Melvin A. Mcintyre chief engineer ernment. Based on public statements made
for the Eagle Tie Machine Co., of London and of Ontario, Canada. Adams was accompanied here by Tax Assessor Hub Gray that
These Are Your Questions by his assistant Former State taxable
The firm contracted with the local esperlment station to grow two sires of bright leaf tobacco on a property value of around
Senator Horry Hair native of Su- 60 million dollars
which to test the machine. The harvester which Is a one row affair, Is shown In this tobacco Held. would result
the of ,scientific research. The known wannee County and his pilot. with revaluation, the speaker said
WHAT are causes Garden-Jones, Inc, Is the local distributor for Hawk products and conducted Friday's demon .
most diseases in man T causes inspire the study of prevention the cost of the new school building
Mr. H. TN New Jersey of disease. stration. program recommended by the IS
Dear :Mr. T.r Infection: pro- Plans for the machine were put on the drawing boards last September. No.5 man advisory committee would
I duced by bacteria, viruses and Is insulin, the best way to Mcintyre said here Friday "We feel that by coming to Florida and following tobacco north te fund treasurer. call for three mills or $3.00 per
molds. treat diabetes Canada we can get three years experience In one season." Planning the dedication service ".000 valuation. Wadsworth said
Allergy: sensitivity to food, Mrs. R. B. L., Ohio Reports on the demonstrations Indicate the eanlnment gives promise as a harvester for bright leaf was a committee composed of the a family living In a home valued
drugs and virtually any substance Dear Mrs. I..: Diabetes can tobacco. Democrat Staff Photo) Rev. Jack U Stewart Mrs. A. W at $15.000 under the new assessment
in men's environment.tl be controlled by diet, by injections Ross Sr., Mrs. W. R. Ross Mrs. program would pay' at the
Heredity: pre of Insulin and by drugs I O. C. Lander and John Q. Boat. most $30 per year for better
disposes man to taken by mouth. I Live Oak and Mrs. Lemmle right schools or slightly less than the
some familial The choice of diabetic control II Colored News HooRler. Mount Airy N. C.; two cost of a cup of coffee each day.
diseases. Is made only by the physician.Ills I brothers, Frank Saunders, Mt. He asked what resident in the
Nutritional judgment is based on the Airy, N. C., and John Saunders, No.6 county would refuse to provide

disturbances: repeated study of the blood and Fayetteville N. C. then parked along the roadway to better schools at such a small cost
absence of the urine. he would return to O'Brien and Serving as pallbearers were H. per person.
M water, essential The best way to treat diabetes Three TeachersOn I coach basketball there again next C. Pope, T. J. McKelthen. R. O. eat.The local man reported to police Youth should be given more

foods, vitamins is to uncover its presenceand year, In addition he teaches Hatcher, Edward Henderson, J. that the youth slugged him over leadership opportunities and county .
and minerals. thus establish the dietaryand TourThree physical education driver education W. Mitchell P. C. Crepes Jr., the head with a brick, took a $100 leaders should develop a county
Dr Coleman Scurvy, rickets drug regime that can keep Long first aid, health, and biology. Aubrey Fowler, and S. M. Dear.S. till from his wallet and fled. wide program of desired improvements .
and the diabetic in continued good .
pellagra are .
Suwannce County colored Shortly thereafter, acting on a so as to present a
deficiency Injury: body tissue can be S eachers left Monday on a chartered Sunday Services At No.3 description given them by Hlckox. united front on every project undertaken
he admonished.
weeks educational the Juvenile was captured admitted -
devitalized or destroyed by fractures Can a fracture of the nose bus tour for to a the three Pacific north Ehcnczrr AME Church of the speaker system equipmentfrom the robbery and assault and President L. M. Crews Jr. presided

bruises cuts and dls- be diagnosed only with an X- west. The trip was arranged by Sunday School at the Ebenezer the property The board officially was turned over as a juvenile to at the meeting held at the

colorations rayTMrs. the Florida YMCA and will cam AME Church will begin Sundayat took action to accomplishthis. !Eau: Oallie police, who found he Masonic Temple.
Physical agents: electricity, .
R. R., West Virginia for each of the teachers three 9.30: am. with Mrs. Rosa Fuller was a runaway from Juvenile authorities \
mm X-ray radiation.
rays Dear Mrs. R.: Sometimes superintendent. Choir One Other matter approved by the in Orlando.
Tumors: new growths of tissue after to the nasal hours of college credit. as fair board and agreed, to by the
in the an injury Making the tour are Miss Ocle and Usher Board Two will serve Hlckox received a lump on the Trailer HarborFOR
can occur anywhere
bones, the nose is so obviously eleven o'clock morning board of county commissioners head and cuts his wrists. He
the on
These abnormal growths Young, teacher at O'Brien High at MOBILE HOMES .
deformed that a diagnosis of was the addition of light lines,
the Rev. was given first aid at the
and Mrs. Caesar Holmes service with pastor, police
are either malignant (cancer School,
Fracture be made and
can readily some permanent several temporary
Lola Thomas, both members White, delivering the sermon. station and continued on his way
and Mrs.
ous) or benign INSPECTED
by examination. But the kind High School The ACE league will meet at in the Coliseum to providefor to Miami said to be a little wiser
Advancing change in of the Douglass
age: ofrfraeture, the position of the better lighting for exhibits PATIOS FOR EACH:
the heart, lungs, kidneys and bone fragments and the need faculty, 8.30: p.m. and all young people as placed In the huge auditoriumand about young hitchhikers. TRAILER SPACE
of the 40 colored teachers well as adults are urged to attend. U.
circulatory system body for surgical replacement makesan Approximately the rebuilding of the lunch TELEPHONE: : AND
occur with age.EmoUons from Florida and Georgia are Interesting dlicusilons In which CABLE TV AVAOABUBConwr
I : play a role in every X-ray picture indispensable. participating In the annual at.I all may participate will be held. stand American formerly operated by the NOOt 7 ., Brr M ... aM
Occasionally, welling of the Legion onhe fair s? Florida MUI&e..-.. .- "
.. aspect of health and disease fair with each teacher paying his The superintendent and a staff p N. ABM Are'.
nose hldok a deformity and des grounds. rate this at Madison
season are
of officers will observe Family
Borne physical Illnesses are actually or her own expense HOWARD WRIGHT
I Fair officials told the board
lays repair of .the fractured the Jasper Lake City and High
_. produced by emotional and Friends Night from 7:00: p.m. association recently purchasedthe Owen and Operator
disturbances. The emotions can nag until 8:00: p.m. Springs 362-1JO3
affect the functioning of the Severe injuries must not be O'Hricn Coach Turns Waldo Johnson was named most stand from the American Legion A total of more than 13.000

heart, blood tract.No vessels, brain andintestinal taken are casually to be avoided.if nasal deformities Down Coach Football McArthur Llnton Offer of popular contest steward In the recent altering and the workmen facility were to meet now health busy /............................................eae..s..n

disease Is free from some While Dr. Coleman cannot O'Brien High School this week u u requirements and provide more FOR YOUR ;
degree of psychological stress. undertake to answer Individual turned down an offer for a tryout (No.1 adequate service during the annual
Unknown causes exist for letters, to lotit t1ae reader with the Dallas Cowboys profes- show REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONINGSALES
of age and experience we can develop Directors voted at the meeting
some diseases because medical queitiont in fate column when- team. He said he
lonal football a program of growth and Thursday to ask for bid from AND SERVICE
information may not yet be tver potslbla cad when they
rejected the offer due to Injuries
' development that will make this
J available to account for them. are of general Interest Address Edward
received his last year at
city and county an even finer
The unknown cause of dls- your lettert to Dr. Coleman Waters College
u the basis for continued I this place In which to live and rear '
ease can of
, I. newspaper
I the school where he played college children. HOW TO TREAT IT-
I b; tO IMS, Xln* IWturts .,aellcat.. Ian.) football and from which he graduated S. A,*ly butaBt-dnrlM T-4-L. FM| H ..... DICK TYRE _.
I 1963. w .bsb Hck. Mr.a.a I..e.. r
In rw. to a 4'r*. MrM .boa Meb.NI. : mi East threat 8R Telephone 7U4M1 ;
- Tobacco Croppers Arty Wife Preservers Llnton said that Coach Clifford No.2 Tkm vatok HIALTMV .i., I LAKE CITY. FLORID
,1M. M. If M red.IN ONK HOtm.nor .
Paul who was his coach at Edward ,
and Owlim Prathrr. Melbourne: 4.. kKk it v>f 4n ..rw TODAY
Needed In Canada Waters, had moved to the AT LIVE OAK MUG to. WISfJ .E =r Air Conditioning; RCA Ic* Machines
I two sisters, Mra. W. O. Burch DOUG .. l..r r. | ..... : : ..!.. .. ......
at Texas Southern -
Tobacco growers in Canada are head coaching Job -- --
in need of tobacco croppers, an and It was on Paul's recommendation .
official of the Florida State Em- that he was called to
ployment Service at Lake City report to Dallas for a tryout this

advised this newspaper Tuesday. week
Around 50 are needed to harvestthe Union was a speedster on the Come I in mo"-d", our special" door-lr*.

tobacco crop there, more than Edward Waters" team, weighed In SEVEN LEnER decks s s>e of magnificent 19 Metturyt

has been requested In the past at 189 pounds and was asked to winner of this yesr'i top Industry award 'for
Pierre Watkins agency representative tryout.for a halfback post by the I eicellencel Everybody hiss to tare ash

said that workers were Sew inopfatUntr with a buttonhcl Cowboys.The and get Cain value-sod1 tlta* never ass a
needed for the month of August, Mitch.Thty day flat put. former Douglass High WORD FOR better time than right pawl, I You can pkk
; the pay would be $12 to $15 per Schoolltar and 1958 graduate said M E C U R Y your new Mercury from a wide selection
day plus room and board and that
further details were available at I and pocket the laving Immediately. If

the office at the old National JOel'" been puuled t when to
agency ,
Guard Armory on Highway make the M" buy Mn the soMJonl

41 In Lake City. Make .N now and make N a Mercury| ,

The work will begin the latter
part of July and extend until the I
first frost in early September, he

I Adults 50o-Children lOe -Tax laetadcd

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Carmichael Saturday Opens H:4S: -Movie liO: .e? 7rr
of Ralford. formerly of Live Oak, Sunday Through Friday Opens Its: Movie 1:10:

f announce the adoption of a TI1URSDAY-FRinY. JULY It-ts
daughter, Kelll Kathleen, born
The mother is the former La RORY CALHOUN
vader Dees. The paternal grandparents YOUNG FURY
are Mr and Mrs J. W.
\ Carmichael of Mayo and the maternal
grandmother Is Mrs. L. I. ROUSTABOUTCARTOOM
Doe*e of this city.
Look for the rise of yellow as a
subtly gold for fall suits In newly DOUBLE FEATURE
tercup for summer linens, more JOHN WAYNE
smooth wools. McLINTOCKVINCENT


DO YOU HAVE AN TOMBS OF UEGIA mw- e. i .. -' y ,

) Alcohol Problem? CARTOON :

We now have in Live Oak $UvDAY.MONn1Y, JULY IS-fS R'MRll' J, !

an AA Group ready to JERRY LEWD



O. Box, 591, TUF D Vf. JULY17

1 Minister
Physician or U. S. 129 fhrtk LIVE OAK FLORIDA PbMPACE 30-1112 t .




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