Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00282
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 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: UF00028422:00282
 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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. School Board Presented Official Advisory Committee Report

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Recommends Bone I

r Issue To Improve SchoolsResolution I '

''In e ryl + AdoptedOn Suggests Valuation In County

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y4' 1 k Desegregation Conform To Florida Laws

Member ef tbe BvwanneeCeanty _
; + tabard *f Pklle. Iiwtme. Suwannee County freeholders will be asked to
liar adopited, another ...**..u.. prove a bond Issue of nearly S2 million to pay for and ap ,

Monday night. at aperlel meeting maintain a system of accredited schools an advhtory' committee
+ dealing, with desegregationf
to the school board
Ail Into !feewty'e M....... Tli* recommended be built here at
L MM adopted, this. week reflect a meeting held Thursday night.. The plan- a* outlined at
chance advised. by the Department Thund.,'. mrttlnf held at Ute
.( t.If.Uoa.bl.: .... National Guard Armory would:
ten The reeolatlen appear In Herb 'Wadsworth build new facllltlea at Dranford

tell.n race II *f for lenie.Lecal and at Uva Oak,
) *ch*.l offlclala point Speaker At Henry M. Ward chairman of
the finance subcommittee of the
Cut that the plan tubmJIIH .y
r this. eeunty call for a free advisory group termed thU coon.ty's .
rhelre! .,.te", where parent Rotary MeetHerb I property valuation bale un-
ran n4lete. the wheel they I 'dmn.1 hilt unequal, and ridiculous. He
prefer their children attend. Wad*worth, now placed current property vahiea In
y. n.P f Under every toeal plan. .... IrtreUv assistant to Congressman the county ..etI.* $200 minion'
milted, tb* altlnute *Mlf nntentor Don Fuqua, and prior to that t'dl. mark, a far cry from the near 111
algnment .( weed eMI tor of the Buw.nne Democrat for million It la now valued.
I.- des'1ft tab reentwill rest year, WM rued speaker lit the Ward said equallaatlon of values
with the local. w..*. beard. Rotary meeting Monday, la no monster and If done this.
,h hr' ('..,... .l the reMlvtlon at Wadnworth dlecuMcd with the county could pay and maintain' .
s printed In this. UMM ....* been Rotarians aorn of the problem the retracts\ needs without dif
lent. to Washington far ...,*,. that exist In our complex world ficulty, lie noted that his commit*
( .L and how three problem may lit tee report called for the assessor
affected by 1 legislative<< procfM. and Board of County Commla
The former Democrat editor explained ilonora to comply with current
: Member *f tt. frrk .J beard Atoy Coeamltte pteate4It tk* flnanr anl' MnmUlet L. M. Orwa,,.Obalrs..1 the aebl Thirteen County that at no Urn In th. law In the matter of property
effUtal sport to Ole Rowaeme. Caaty B.ard ., rkOe' II,... kMrnf ...- H. teat(?. cbalrman the Il-man a4,.l.ery .... history of man his the world bred values.

I ti.n Tkwnday atUkt. 8h.wa) aav.* at. tk* fecal ,..,l* appearing mltteet Unl C. Wadewertb. chairman ., tile .b,. .1 plant ...* Students Will to close to triumph and at the The finance chairman for the
.n th. pnfram at tk* .....ua.. They art ten to riffcU) A. Jack cemmllle and ('...1, .aptrlntondrnt Henry N. r...._. lfk.4. same time possession of the power la-man croup called for spreading
rkUllpa camMltte vichaJrmant Henry ... Ward chairman .f *y Dan Stalner>)> for total destruction. the boys of tax paytnt on a broader .
Graduate May 3 "U".I advance In t... world base
i'I'bu';; lI\nu; Jack
today art Phillip\ vie chairman of
Thirteen students from Uv* other hand our advanced technl the commute, presented commit
I Questions Unanswered About Suwannee Oak will be among III candidate. ral tie has also brought ui nuclear tee member and told how the
: for two-year degrees at North deitructlon. Wadiworthtated. group bean fast Autuit by ac
Florida Junior Course graduation ",pUn, only two matters to study
ruerclaea to be held May I at the Th speaker pointed out that and ,.tov.. What the county
Majority Oppose Wild River eollra. five of the 110 will be only eight per cent of the people needed In Ute way of schools and
Tobacco: Growers To ,candidate for certlflcatea in the In this nation produce the food (o how .bet to 10 about getting them,

SKSSBb !' Meet Here Saturday Bill At Cross City Meeting buvlneai department while' 105 fed Ute country but In torn Pomeroy Carter commltue
K. n. "DIa,... nmldent *fFterUa win be candidate for the aMocl- ounlrtea over 10 per cent of the I member, served a* matter of
rare lUrean rrdera* A diacuaalon on how property owners near the 8uwanne I ate to arts .....*. P'Ople are needed to produce the I crmonlea and called on Dr. Fred
Witt ...... C. WaeVwwrthBurtUmad .tin naa atlas. a mettef of all Riter will b* affected if a bill presently being Twelve ttudent from Uv Oak toed th* people need to aun'... Turner' repreMtntlnc; at... BupetlnUndent .
nx.eared toaeeeo *rwer* to considered by the UA Senate become law will receive AawxUle tn Ads do. "No\ country can do anything TTwmaa D.an..",
,' *. ." *..............>.... May.1.at- bad. Fti4.,... CroeM Cttyr.... was held crew They art! Otenda Far unto* It can td Its' people,"' Huwtnn Cmmty School Hoard
Ira p.e. ta th* c.u.... neeek J.! at*. D..i4 river Brorarn. .Jon Wadeworth commented Chairman I* 14. Crews and Coun Il
: 6fprottdbtI The Rivers tills
commonly known-
-Th flrat atep in th* protttU TTh p.rp..i *l for m**.mg a* the Wild Saunders Durch. canine. Cannon, Th eongreionea assistant: .Id ly uperlAtomaaM licnry U. rut
would ...... ,
r bM been dealgnat* the sus.RJwr *
food lao .. CoQaee WaUao Edward, Prank that h* support the President' soar, an of whom had words of
*. m to the tekeee* grower* from Ita ..... to the Gull ne. would be affected two federal I
work r
taken but much nor -eafldren *........ apyralMl4'wkat Ole I as a fleet that muet be left tn tu official who attended the meet tin Paul Flower. John BawyerFlood lUnd In Viet Nam and elneerelbell praise for th* eommltu and the
maIM .o be. dIM tf wr reeentty yemei aurengw'' *..late Ing could give no definite aniwera.Joaeph Jr.. Nancy McKelthen. Lynn **** tin beat way to atop the manner In which It undertook Itt
fre-ftowtng condition.Th
aN .. tn th* achoot fadBU legtelalleei mean to giww Hunter Rotera. Wayne U. Blephena communist threat la to contain tl .... Crews and roUom' related' .
they need to eompat to the apno era .In FterUa. a ....... ..*... bin state. -a wild river to director of Xaytor th* bureau aaalatant of outdoor to the Patricia Ann Warner Nelda In Viet Nam.Th the study to the county' needs
u. feat creeping upon ua.A man aald.FlnlaywMi. one that should be. left In It* free- recreation ef the Department of Dtanna Weaver., and Rita Oayle speaker outlined some oth I and future and Turner laId th*
Clarvao ****** 10 spUs alt the Inf erma. flowing condiUon m order to pro- Interior and Neal Butterwortn.amtotant Wynn tmprevemenU Congressman I study was beIng walcherf by other
pot It Ttont armed r I II lien givwn farmen to date byIn mot sound water conaervaUon regional director of the Kaln Dennla will receive a Fuqua had ben able to atal j eounllec M a method of solving
I good acna gom.. ieeretory *ff Agrtonltoe baa and promoto the pubU tie* and weretar1al-bwln.e Mrtlfliatedurtnt I with In tint county such M ,..no4 4 community ..**.. and problems
nbMn to. i.t about W. Job 01 be.. ....... to g4 a pea **** enjoyment the atwnle, flah.wtldUfe. -No.. I CeatUnned-.. *n Pave II th* ceremonlea. I ICommmnotier ,IN*. <4< Cenilnoed a ran It Pheateal Pl&J\I IWMComsnltt..
food ICMoIa. JIIoCbIftI ..... and outdoor recreation Chairman LOUM C.: Wadtworthaakt .
providing on th* ........ .
ta nor importaal and ao .t1wwant .....ue.. eH far May &. TM value Under the bin the 8uanM r"tlC"OOfl Church To the reaomawntfaUona mad
anouM be a o-wdt ..", farm leader ..... that farm. to en ef all rime that would .Meeting At Orlando May 12 II' Trim croup would aaaur every
Mo our UUnktog that ..... d-.- en gt aa ibm hats befer. *.. .. declared a wild river If the bid Honor New Pastor ahlkt In Ihla county, no matter
tart th* anti bJKM'e betty egging new to .... an tk* refer become taw.A A HwepUen benailng-* n>.. State Marketing Watermelon Order what grade 1M ar ah* war In; an
aehoula for the fin yoongtter ...... a wild fleet th* auwanne and Nest Kwea Jebneen win. b* opportunity to attend a school
who** education la our reapon*** would b* administered nnder the .... annday ./.,.... dortnartn that would meet or eurpM our.
I Mfity not that of the stets or th won tow that govern national b.nr. free three to free Requested By Florida Growers rent roles. for ..... IaUGft. This'
fwteral (.mrnmeat.taore parks. Tea Secretary of the Inrtor Values at tk* ....... ..... ban wu the real t f..n the eub- om.
t : we can wttn dignity u4 I Thieves Crack would b..* the thief admlnlater at w....... BP.M a...... Tallahassee, April 22 Watermelon producer from Mutts, Wadrwortlt elated, and
honor rapt amWaneg from bath I ef th* area, .*.. ,...... reeenlty aeeep* 48 eounUea will hive an opportunity May 12 to discuss the yardiUct ry. which needa and
scene Ml th* bards iwaponal.* Safe At Moll's Abet njK* acre atony th* I ted tn* ......... .f w.*...daptlet whether they should consider the ua* of a stale market '''''U'd.. .
tmtr tilt th* ,..th nf tnlaooutttyru I Arwanne would com under the P and earn bee from WD..at 'ins order to help them In the orderly marketing of their Commute Chairman OareiM
; on tb* ahouhton of ttioa A cafe containing snore than :control of In* federal government' Chapel ....... Cbeeh future rroM. If. Ratllff In the keynote addretaf
wbo profit tram burtnteie or jab. MOW doflar m casb and eK-cka f th* tow paaee H was eetlmatedby at Bay ....... AJn.Tb *f AtrVruHure the evening saId h* aw lire
bald in th* ce-aaawnJty. ... broken tote ......, mogul at I federal snare praeent for two |.kne a ........ ar. Doyle Conner announced today The law eats up th* tMchinery and laNe a* an opportunity .I.*
tn. to toad Iwrintna turttr and Des Mot Bub. Company.Tb t In* ........ eeneel and vIM .... that at th* mueet ef p.t UDHln by whlth a uitettng order maybe In..., In pale "",, "'. future from
I law" need to m*..right alone to sea bandit entered tn* bufldbK A* to new property that to nowewaed bee them tk* nfrent teem toCwtfJ produce a pubtt hearing on th btvuchl Into effect lor a fttencommodity. an, eeonomUt atandpolnl. There
et trt mar na-ae* ko erdrytn .. through a back window and by people on In* SwwanSfcfg e.<<. ..Uon will tie conducted at 1.00 are many roans why low
amoved th* safe to a tot ...... p.... that day In the had uanerif Tn first ate, iris ben taken, schools ere. needed h* ..... and
aft Vtal rmdnrw* efNa tin buOdtog. Tb pate wa prbdopen Contest 1.be Florida" belt and Vege* wttn" th* pttiuon for a hearlncM all sand and Bond but property
rowt the adrbwry emetrnw' with som type of bar and : May lair Aaaodatlon tn Orlando. .. I CMU.... M Pate II IN*. I Ce lMMd is fM II

named toM Angwt enmamted the tin content tianveg.Tt Affected by the propoMd mar.
leak sand I* M btu Nil naBattt wonM. have taken more than John Wallace Is District WinnerIn kctmfl order weld b.* bout 1.10\I hoohlnJt For CtueiUeAeed .
seas to. help a* todrrtdaeJa ar aa on p.... to mare that ion watermelon grower located south
group k.a.o that aom* Uaa for I a safe owtatd taw bwAiBnt.* finer and east cf th* tJuwanne IU. r.panhandl .
better atboon I* latpleenerded totWhan lit DaM McCaatotey i ntrmtoed.Tn Teen-Age Road-E-0 area producer would

tataecmoty. robbery. to tbwagM to bat lire ; tHna.ei i .... b* Involved.Th .
nrat began to held I ocenrred ...u.e early. Mondaymorntnt The Oak Jaycee held! their annual. marketing order would cad ya
patron tnOTtteca at varteoa acnoolrntara I Swing a rain storm n r ado Saturday morninf on Church Etreot near the for all affected newer to be a*.
ba the mmty. CnatrmanHaOff I..s tfi..*Miim at SM: ace 110ftJ nnlor high building! under the supervision) of the police areeed at a modeat rate for thae
atked .*.y olttarn .. HtmwMn I day by" ........ wnen they ..- d lepartment and the sheriff' office. melon "' ''tW. The merry
arras gommntie tf ahoy eonM.crtUetw I rtved" for work.' Chief of Police Elwood }Howard and Deputy Sheriff wood b.* need So promote the sale.

tf they mwet tat with Bonnt act1 a* *,.* K* t4 lust, crop MUonaOy.
Mat crtadani to com vp rub n the vent. with roltaveaan its,. Under a Mat nabttAf tar fercommodity '
better pU. and the anmmttte* JfI'tN DiHrifi Road.00 Winner .nrd Wti.nW n-Mn rah ChI marttttauj ....*.
wonld letn cwt them cr adopt tearing-. and grading.Be QommiaalB-ier Conner la .....
,tbe/r piss. *** MtteatonU. entored the sable for admtnletMinf th* pre* /
1 Toes tt I* that th. piss *a pr*. eonto-t wttt John Wanae. son mouwuU Ma4a tnu aoOected. .
atnted '1bi* *7 ycpraacoU the of Mr and Mrs. J. W. WaSao* .fM. j
hnamt and .... iomn. tt a tour, v winning by on* point
w )Near. who ... MW tty. **. .... ', J with a aaor of Ml of a pobl. Escaped ConvictIs h s.I
ai ...... talked. w. ......." II II'a .... Oarland ....... wa. ..... .I
.. del lu fads amt grasses with IM. Tn ethers *nirtngwero + +
Slut. bar beast M e.tgr>1em, tttJkwady Jerry ....,. Math ........ CapturedA
em Olkpn.N pM. that WIll p1- Jeffrey' Pool*. Theme Ifatrner.and .
A nselit wtm.e aspd tooan
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i4. pet adrrnYt'Tise. LawS "
.. ....... ... Tbto kt a yearly event of tb aand pit near Wt Sbom isaioat
we* aired to th* BrMtM +
hat brgtm an tneadwu Florida and Darted Win. Jaycce A ll /
.n..prJca *. defeat CM bond laaM with .....* held en a ..... db Pond BatXM Church neat Jae,er
Irk Wedneeday. The ,
trtrt. cut. and natbnal bml empee r
eM teae..lred.Tbb WOia/d .......,, was Mding M
-. b '$ ..k 10 peel.s0.IL BUM th* BUrk. Jay**** decided
..... the agouti hen h* tarn dueaw*
to taD their off. Uv Oak
.. ... the dub in the dtotrtat to end by Use. ehwcH *.*i r.Th .
TIle ... W sty
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I* .* betnc heldto
tunny belt. ..... bold n mad-o-e. gtvteg Ones a
Ite the Owwanne Cauutr 'aflawaitMg
t0.& p w eeTraeM w M dMrlrt wtonrr.Waflao .
UUI M a cnarg *tf is.Wise. --- --
ant ..*,. KW en* .*nta inas, wtO reprco-nt heal W .
ism t*aay vend actoata /**... ,.,**. at Barlow,. May I tn stateanrtiutteei ..lolaarp was.la 4 armed prhs. rawXry en an Mtrrt. M(. ....... ...*4 wi.. U* ftoeU 'bwIUetwo.
yaw taae* M falaa, m-Way and wtm *tnr dtotrktwwanev a. Tafliai.... 1* .b.wa imailma Meeiff tHfc N.CaW.W .
ads Wadbo m ebun ......g tb* jnneja* ........ ... a* and WM aervtnc a He* leaf Marassn.
seat p ....-.. wty of WP- *. A natbnal.. aseH... wlflb wrlarern.r rH e..e.b fee- arcs es a say.aa01.0.. Taratnr
dWM *, tn Jitim l.e sate ..... worn noisily
abgrr ewaden.
.... ....... ape .* bead an Waehtrtgle. D. C. An* .. ........... .
hTe ........rill ... woMee .... Mee w tranelirred I* She slab work Malta a... 01 N.ai 5.0,0 ..... the fbsAe.d
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r* feet INS with
pwdM.; aanam er ideal. ; ef cep Mee. .... Mm..aed ... fill b.4ra sad letmieiMg. ....... to bees ....... ...... ...
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About j ,
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This It Happened

w ,eaf e That And r Farm Suwannee County, Florida j jE' t


Assessor Win Applause Tornadoes vs Hurricanes 1915-1910-1955 ;

Tax: Assessor A. J. Ezell's announcement last One of the favorite subjects of newsmen and :

week to raise real property taxes to help school editors across the nation are the howling hurricanes Doylo ..

financing seems to have met with general applause that spawn In the faraway reaches of the CelmerProbably Taken From The Filet 0l/

from everyone In the county.In Atlantic and huff and puff westward to maul
the past Ezell has demonstrated his determination Florida and the other seaboard states. very few people are THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
that the Florida Depart-
to hold the line on Increased assessment But the hurricanes are sissies In comparisonto aware I
ment of Agriculture Is called upon I
which has been a blessing to the property owners the vicious twisters that sweep up tornado alley from time to time to provide ser- 1915The Croft and able performance of the trict Deputy Grand Master :

that have to pay the tax bill. almost every spring leveling hamlets and cutting vices required for space developments biting nine at the plate combined I the Muons in this district b, aj

With his decision to raise the assessments by swathes through the' cities that lie in their dark at Cape Kennedy, Woman's Club held its to ruin Live Oak's debut before I L. Lord, newly elected grand II1u-

10 per cent, the assessor demonstrated his willingness and deadly paths. Our Division of Standards completed postponed meeting Saturday April the home town folks Sunday afternoon ter, at the Masonic Grand Lodge

to cooperate with a financially pinched school To those who have witnessed the handiwork recently one of the annual 2", to observe Library Day The as play opened for the held In Jacksonville last west.
of public edu- of both, there is of chairman of the library committee locals In the Suwannee River -
board and serve the best Interests no comparison. In fact the hur- weights calibration requests
Mrs. H. M. Johnson, had prepared League. The score was 17 to I in Officers for the
cation In Taylor County. ricane becomes a gentle and almost benign disturbance the Boeing Company which is one After the LIve Oat coming yeas for
an Interesting program. favor of Junior
The 10 per cent Increase on real property Is when contrasted to the ferocity of the of the firms working on missiles a brief business session the Mayo.- Commerce were elected Chamber of
Increase in the assessments and one ruthless tunnel clouds that hop and and the nose cones that carry at the
a reasonable skip through chief feature of which wu the Spessard L. Holland state sena- dub's regular meeting
on .
their exploratory Tue
that will not place a bnrden on the tax payers. the midlands. human cargoes on election of nine new members, tor and candidate for governor, day !

Since the increase is confined to real property It Perhaps the' hurricane is more dramatic. Its missions. Miss Flossie A. Byrd, Mrs. D. L. pays his second visit to Live Oak Ben Ollmore. Live Oak

will not affect the taxes that homeowners will have approach is heralded for days as the vast distur- Latest work Involved some 13; Byrd Mrs. W J. Poster Mrs. C. when he speaks here Friday, May chant was elected president lI1er.

to pay. Rather, it will be absorbed by timber and bance churns westward across the seas toward weights of various down sizes to ranging S oun L. Lee Mrs. J.M. Price. Mrs. J. R. 3, at the Courthouse. the club to succeed V. B. Sonny of,
from 1,000 pounds
farmlands, and business real estate- Florida. There is time to prepare. There is ample used to keep various Monahan, Mn. Earl Henrlckson, Brown. Named as vice president
an additional warning. And Indeed ces. They are Mrs. E. I. Doughery. and Mrs. J. Entertaining for members of was B. W Helvenston
The Increased assessment will provide seldom are entire towns kinds of weight measuring device m, Joe
$60,000 annually to the school system ravaged by the "Lord of the) Winds. in top working order so that rigid P. McCall. her club and a few extra guests Hooker was elected secretary and

which will allow the school board to go ahead with A tornado Is different. Much. a deadly viperit specifications can be met for the School Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Jr. was hostessat Young Dunn wu deslanated
will be Sunday treasurer.
There a two tables of bridge Wednesday
calls and strikes and slithers onward, behind of missile as I* is
school construction plans. leaving components a
picnic given by the Philadelphia afternoon. Mrs Frank Futch received Elected to the Board
the assessor's decision death and destruction and utter desolation.Its prepared for Its complicated task of Dlrec-
Perhaps most important, Baptist Sunday School. Saturday, high prize and Mrs. F. M ton were Harold Preston.
will permit the school board to avoid a costly mad fury Is unpredictable. It gives no Regulations under which contracting May 6. Greene Jr. second high. Playing Constans, Joe Hooker, V Phil

bond Issue that would require special mfflage warning.Let companies operate require We extend to all our neighboring bridge were Mrs. Mahone Rees, Brown, and Ollmore. B.

levied against all property in the county to repay. those denizens of Tornado Alley as well that calibration of weights Sunday Schools an Invitation Mrs. Oreene Mrs. Fetch Mrs. -

Ezell has pointed out that this increase In real as the reporters, the editors and the wire services be performed by the National come one and all and bring well Olin Sherrod. Mrs Marvin Phil Arne K. Townsend local insur.

property assessments would tend to equalize\ the overplay the hurricane, if they desire, but let them Bureau of Standards at Washington filled baskets and let's enjoy the lips Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth, ance agency owner, purchased the

overall county assessment. He explained that real remember well that few If any of the recent big or an approved state agency. day serving God In. Sunday and Mrs. A. D. Chalmers. Ware Motor Co. in Mayo let
it costs less to ship several -
assessments have tended to be too low in winds roaring up from the Horse Latitudes have School capacity, John Q. Boat- Saturday. The agency has the
property thousand weights
pounds right, secretary. annual recital by Ford
The spring
relation to personal property assessments. He Intends claimed heavy tolls of human life and definitely over to Tallahassee from Cape music pupils of Mrs. Elizabeth ty in Lafayette Coun-

to Increase these" assessments gradually in never as many as the 234 who died in this week's Kennedy so we get the Job. The Suwannee High basketball Bardin Hunter was held Tuesday -

the coming years to produce revenue needed by the flurry of twisters that ripped through the nation's Calibration is done In our laboratory team scored another victory when I evening the school auditorium Tad Purdom celebrated
administration, and at heartland. in the Mayo Building at her
school system and county they presented the three act ninth birthday,
the same time, avoid placing an undue tax burdenon Auburndale Star Tallahassee. It takes about I days comedy a college town at At the convention of Florida party and picnic supper a swimming last
property owners.It .' to complete a job like the_latest the Dreamland Theatre Prtdayevenln State Federation of Oarden Clubs I afternoon given by her mother.

is significant to note that the taxpayers appear Diplomatic Immunity one. Permitted tolerance for a ,. John Pound was the held last week, Mrs. W, E. Nants Mrs. David Purdom. -

be in accord with the tax assessor's plans 1.000-pound weight is one ounce football hero, Rachel Bardin was was elected director of the second Guests included Mary
to Nobody likes
a parking ticket Mowlv
or a traffic able to
sum technicians
but are
our the girl from Dixie. Ruth Weeks,
and understanding of problems by the district of the State Federation. Oreen. LrtMle Phillips
With support down to about 1/4 of an Randy
hold It
officials can function in a climate mons.Diplomats the dictatorial Mrs. Cleopatra This district Includes from Apalachicola ClaYton Elaine Dennis, Mary
electorate, public whole com- are no exception to that rule. ounce. Popp and Jacob Weiss, as Prof. the Georgia State Line ,Jane Futch Neva
the Rogers
that encourages progress But in opinion For an 8-ounce weight the tolerance Jenny
our they should also not be Sewachlrrlb Popp, the henpecked to Lake City. Crappe. and the honoree's .
munity. News-Herald put lna_ special privileged class where they can is not more than 1/2 grain husband. Miss Geneva Symonette David. brothtr

Ferry flaunt with impunity the rules that everybody else and Miss Henrietta Oroover were
a must obey or pay.Unfortunately. I was greatly Interested a recent charming In their roles of college 1955Fred

Right Place Wrong Person the State Department dosen't TV newscast which mentioned widows. George Dexter as Llvltl- Jones was appointed by

Amidst the turmoil of the present session of seem to share this view, at least where the foreign part of the Italian orange ground crop cus, the Negro houseboy and Gentry Governor LeRoy Collins to serve If you were, born in
mildly turbulent stripe-pants set is which Is rotting on White as Major Ktlpepper. as a member of the hospital boardlast
Legislature, another in Washington
the Florida of April of
The reason is not a shortage Mill Elizabeth Bardin was the an odd-
measure was Introduced yesterday by Rep. James Some three years ago Capitol police started harvest labor such as we have director week end. Jones takes the
seat of the late W. P. Atwell.J. numbered
Beck of Putnam County, who proposes to increasethe issuing "warning" tick Us to violators from the dip- suffered in Florida, but increaefagcompetition year, renew

state's tax on cigarettes by two cents a pack. lomatic corps and there were some 6,000 of them in the European mar- Arrangements have been made L. your drivers licent
McMullen president of the
Beck's bill hasn't actually gone into the mill handed out during that year. The next year the ket from citrus grown In Spain for calling the police in case of an Florida Folk Festival, will this month.
for it. If more number had climbed and Israel and believe it or not
yet. He's still lining up support to 11,000. emergency. A person who has Immediate the Jacksonville WMBR-TV

taxes are to be needed and it seems apparentthat Last year, tiring of such an exercise in futility, juice from Florida. need for an officer, may Shopper's Guide program a) 9:30:
they will be this is as good a place as any they began handing out real tickets and the State The type of oranges Italian notify the central telephone ope a.m. today (Friday in connectionwith Reece Brown
growers are finding they can'tsell rator, who will notify the waterworks ,
legisla Department
to apply them. But the Putnam County promised to use "friendly persuasion"to the festival.
tor's expressed reasoning is as far out of the parkas see that the fines were paid. la reported to be excellent for which will blow the police COUNTY JUDGE I l
juicing, but Italy just hasn't the
whistle. The officer on duty will ,
So what H. L. Johns I
Mickey Mantle home run. happens? was named as Dis
a processing capacity to utilize Its 10 to the nearest phone call the wi ..
Cigarettes are among the most expendable ? Over the pad 10 months the Central Violations crop for this purpose. operator and get Instructions

luxuries known to man. There's pretty strong evidence Bureau has accumulated 8.100 of those tlckets'- It looks like Florida canned Don't call the officers this way I

that they often are at least a contributing all of them unpaid. Now the State Department juice Is making a hit in Italy. It unless you really need them or unless -

factor to the development of cancer but as longas has told local authorities it would Just as soon forget got several mentions on the news you see the commission of a THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick

doctors themselves disagree on this point, the the whole thing cast. serious offense, If you do you may

discreet editor will not make a positive statement We (disagree1.Those '. be landed in jail. Veneer-One Two Baths

on the subject.Many : people are guests of this country, just Super Market Merchandising, I or

smokers have kicked the cigarette habit, u our diplomats are guests In others. We expectour trade publication, noted recentlya I FHA
revealed that 25 to 31 or
many others haven't been able to, and most haven'tbeen representatives to live by both the legal and survey
interested enough to try. However, unlike social customs of their boats: We should expectno convenience foods could be pre- four members of the Financing
pared hi less than five minutes. senior class of Suwannee ;
the liquor and gambling habits, there are no recorded less from -those on, our own soil Only two of the items could be School received their diplomas High SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

cases of a breadwinner spending his week'spaycheck' -COCoa Tribune prepared at home In so little from Principal C. V. Schoppe at
I Located In Subdivision.
and Edgewood
on cigarettes while his wlfemate time. the school auditorium, closing

little kiddies starve at home. Will Be RevivedThe Conducted by Drexel Instituteof their "Grade" school careers. The : SELECT YOURS NOW

Boosting the impost on cigarettes would makea big tug of war Is on over in Tallahassee Technology on a research grunt exercises begin at eight o'clock I S

nice chunk of,cash available to Florida counties, between the spenders and the line holders. Dispatches from Campbell Soup Company this Thursday evening Ann Hey Contact
according to Representative Beck's plan. And it from the survey found that direct costs Allison will give the valedictory i
sales of the the Legislature Indicate that the of 10 of the 31 convenience predicts speech and Robert C. Chlldms
cut down
probably wouldn't on paper- I
frugal boys are in W. G. ULLINS
command at
cents present, and some are actually less than the Jr. is salutatorian.
Earlier of five
tobacco. impositions
wrapped members say that they are not going to give the cost of Ingredients for home prep I
a pack and then three cents more didn't warp the Oovernor and
certain other state officials the hefty aration. Seven errors ef their own and Phone 36242057SHEUFTwD
sales curve. Increases the cabinet budget proposed, as for instance Average costs of several con- effective pitching! by Msyo's H.
80 far, so good the Oovernor from 125,000 to $31.000 and venlence meals for four persons

But Putnam county's Beck attempts to sugar the Cabinet and Supreme Court members from was only 23 cents more theater

coat the prospective additional tax by noting that $10,800 to $37.009. On the other hand, several of the Ingredients u ec10 prepare
cigarette prices were raised a nickel when the last the cabinet similar meals In the borne kitchen..
as well aa the Ooteno'sdepartment.
three-cent tax was put on, and adding: "Now well But to prepare them herself a
are for
asking more money than they
and the two cents the public has been housewife required 1ft hours.
back get
go set up In the cabinet
budget, the powerful school
Campbell's points out this amounts ( )
paying anyway. organization Is seeking! a hundred minion dollar to the housewife trading 21
When taxes needed, a levy on cigarettes -
I more are increase in teacher salaries for the biennium, and cents to save BO minutes of kitchen -
excellent to get them. But if anyone .TOOK MY \
is an way .
just about all other state agencits art asking for work and a considerable amount ,
thinks the cigarette companies are going to more. some probably with good reason The Sen. of time shopping for ingredlents. '' > PICKUP
absorb the extra two pennies. Instead of adding I
ator from the district just east of tar, true to pre
them to the sale price, he hasn't been around the
diction tossed In his bill for a sales tax across the TRUCK/
business world very long. board last week and while the daily newspaperssaid An estimated 1U minion swimfating -
.-..PoUt County Democrat--Bartow the Senate pools both public and prt-
president sent it to the bill killer
ate, have been built In the U. &
committee, don't think for a minute that it Is dead,
race World War S, according to
Urban Renewal Helpful to stay dead. It will be revived when the appropriations the U. a Department of Agriculture.

With proper planning and controls by reputable are |lau made and the search begins In consequence the market

,local cltixens an urban'renewal program tor the money to)take care of the appropriations f for chemicals to keep pools In a

could be a real boon to Perry: i .r MadisontnkrpdseRecordert : sanitary condition has been growIng -

There Is a definite and obvious need for replacement at A rapid pace. _

'l' of the shameful alum housing her with E'von a Good thins. .has a tendency to come to Industry reports place the value -
better.'snd'more adequate'housing facilities par' an'end, I if pool germicides algaecide and

tlcularty for':a large segment of Negro'residentswhoeeUving''tsoUlUea Other pool chemicals sold In 1M4at
deplorable.. about one billion dollars

Without: launching Into a vivid description'ore The Suwannec' Democrat often Counting used the In chlorine small backyard bleaches YOU NEEDNT LEAVE our bank for any financial aer-

iM 1hfnc conditions In Perry, it Is enough for us

to point) out that they art grossly Inadequate. Any tone OP LIVE OAK FLORIDA pools children especially, more than u.Ited MM products by vice. Some institutions handle only loans. perhaps only

..110'h' so'much as spent one day here can ",. .A.'ifairt e/ tKt S..*..... HI.... ,..,.,. carry directions on their labels for one kind of loan. At
.not belp'bUt eigr'ee. swimming pool disinfection. Commercial We offer over 20 bank

.. One; itep In the direction,of curing these IDs ..BANNER. Consolidated LEADER Now USDA has com up with a

would belie acquisition of a federal low-rent housing BstabUshed htu.lee Lve l.*4",August Rra ap J at. 1D97 Fi.e Established a 'Auw Sized IfS quick accurate method for measuring services from savings and checking thru all kindsof

drieto'pment t here that would not cost any the effectiveness of these

local individual or governmental body more than Lode (TWadaworth .,., Editor & Publisher disinfectants. It win be available loans money orders safe deposit boxes. trust
Clara S. WadsWorth ........ Associate Editor this summer to State. Federal.end "

a. Uttie"etfotThe' Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager municipal officials and U expected funds etc all under one roof for
landlordi'who'rent convenience.CQMMERCIAL
major expense would be to a few ,
George T. (Pete) Wright .... Shop Foreman to lead to new standards your
shanties who not lose
may or may
Second das!T Postage Paid At Live Oak, PIo for registration.
rental revenue because of such a project. Even SUBSCRIPTION a

they could- not object strenuously In view of the RATES Suwanoee Outside Suwannee County County $$500'.00 Paste felt
benefit td the community. -AiL SOBaCRflrnONa Payable In Advance chain and along aides of wagons
8tth"a low-rent housing project would have and baby buggies to avoid marks

to be administered by local citizens who would bedlleR on wallpaper or walla.. BANK
:NmmJR! 02' fe
In,matters of assigning tenants and handling -.
problems,that might artae. It Is ridiculous to Florida, Pres*Association Beef stew: Add flavor with bar
sfl. Or cooked with mixed vegetable OF
anticipate some racial squabble that Is highly unlikely erjWAKNES COUNTY flakes or dash ef nixed

i to"occur, and will not happen )If the project bfttIL LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Is run Intelligently.. Chaaaber of r-. .... _

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(9f gR elle4f fh Miss Bass Shower I Here And There I Bride-Elect Feted Mrs. Harvard Garden t

: honoree Last Week With Bridal Shower : Circle HostessMrs.

Miss Betsy Bass was honored Mr. and Mhs. Jack White spent ents. Dr and Mrs R. L. Brink- The home of Mn. E. A. Collins! Wyman Harvard Sr. entertained -
with a miscellaneous shower last Friday In Thomasvllle. Oa. serving man. Miss Brlnkman will sail on was the setting for a bridal shower members of the Dogwood ""II
WOMENCLARA Thursday in the social hall of the as judges for the Rose Festival June 23 on the Queen Mary from honoring Miss Betsy Bass, last i' Circle of the Live Oak Garden I 2
Westwood Baptist Church with parade. New York for a student college Thursday evening when Mrs Club Inc. at her home on
Mrs. Henry Mcdveen. Mrs Julian Miss Charlotte Wadsworth tour of Europe for two months Collins Mn. John Cameron, and Fine Avenue Friday afternoon
Drawdy Mrs. Osmond Palmer spent Monday and Tuesday In Covey Brlnkman. U. of P. student Mrs. Leo W. Cameron entertained. Spring arrangements were used t
S. WADSWORTH Editor Mrs Robert Cason. Mrs. Marcus Late City with Miss Diane Bish spent the week end with his parents In the home
Society D ufose. Mrs. Elmer Fortner Mrs. op. Miss Bishop and Miss Wada and Doug Harris FSU student A pink and white motif was
Marvin Alderman and Mrs Jesse worth will return to Florida State left Monday for his homeIn used In the home for the occasion I Mrs. Otho $cott. chairman

I Anna Miller Circle Elects New Officers I Stewart as hostesses. University today for the 3-A session Monroe N. Y. after spendingthe The refreshment table was ov' Ing.presided Plans over the made business meet- I r .
The punch table was covered of school. week end with the Brlnknum erlald with an Imported lace cloth wen for theeneral
Mn. Elmer Browning, president vice president; Mrs Oneal Boat- luncheon meeting in
with a yellow linen cloth the Reggie McNeil left today for Mrs. Alex McKelthewiU leave over pink. The crystal punch bowl Mayat
of the Anna Miller Circle enter Mn. Jessie LaneS.correapondnr '
right secretary: : which time the circle: will be
tamed Monday evening with Mrs. Bill punch bowl was encircled with Tallahassee there he will register Friday for Kingston, .Jamaica placed at one end of the table
a secretary; hostess.
Swedish soft fern white lilies and miniature for the 3-A session of Florida W. I. to spend a week. was encircled with pink rosebuds 'i'
smorgasbord prior to the Rawls. treasurer Mrs. Bin Wynn
; asters with yellow centers State University Mr. and Mrs Wm. R. Slaughter balancing the table at the other Officers for the new rear of the f I
business meeting of the Inner and Mrs. Davis,
r.ar.Th.re ;
historian. An arrangement of white gladioli, Miss Quinn Flood left last week and son. Eddie and Mrs. H:H end way a massed design of pink circle who will be Installed at the 'II
were 23 members presentfor yellow pam pons and baby'"- for New York where she will work Slaughter of Perry attended commencement and white gladioli placed In frontof meeting, are Chairman Mrs.
this occasion. Red and yellow Special Nests for the Installation breath was placed on the table In at the World's Fair. exercises at Florida the silver candelabra which Wyman Harvard Sr; CoChairman.
flower decorated the tables In the services win be the newto white container with gold Mrs. Oeorge Dexter Secretary 1
a edged Mrs. Frank Futch 8r. and Mrs. State University last Thursday held burning white tapers. Silvertrays : -
glow of candlelight, carrying out elected officers of the Live Oak The table overlaid with Miss Verna Brlnson and
gift was Louie C. Wadsworth spent Wednesday evening at which time Bill of party foods and compotes :
the Swedish theme. Assisting the Elks Lodge 1165 and their wives a white linen cloth a bouquet ol in Jacksonville Slaughter received his Bachelorof of mints and nuts were also on Treasurer Mrs Ralph Cox. Committees -
hostess were Mrs. Robert Tuttle The meeting was closed with | soft white buds with appointed
fern rose Mn O. C. Bryant returned Arts degree. the table. Include. Pro
and Mrs. Erma eath. Mrs. Virgil the entire group reading the Oath yellow streamers extending to the home Saturday after spendingtwo Miss Carolyn Boawell receivedthe gram. Mrs. Dialer Clayton; Oar-
Smut led the group In prayer of the Circle. floor was on the table. weeks In St. Petersburg with prize for the game played. den Center. Mrs. O. A. Lee; Horticulture.
The business meeting was op- The guest book table was over her daughter Mrs. 8. T. Johnson. Richard Darin Icee Around twenty friends of th Mrs. 8. A. Williams
ened with the pledge to the flag Miss Hall Feted laid with a white linen cloth anda Mrs. John Perry returned home Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Deese of honoree were Invited. Conservation Mrs John Castle-
followed by prayer by Mrs Bill bouquet of soft fern )'el1l'wbParded : Sunday after spending several Jacksonville announce the birthof berry; Publicity Mrs. R. T. Miller -
Rawls. chaplain. With Bridal Shower Iris with yellow stream- days In Columbia a C. with her a son Tuesday April 30, In St. : Telephone. Mrs Otho. Scott; \
Initiation services were held for Mrs. Harry Howes. Mrs. Charles era extending to the floor way sister Mrs Emma Darts.Msttox Vincent's Hospital Church Circle Met Civics Mrs, II. O. Boyles; Flower '
Mrs. Robert Fine and Mrs. Darner Howes. Mrs. Howard Howes, and placed on the table. Also on the Hair of Tallahassee The baby weighed six pounds Show. Mrs J. R. Walkup; and
Carmichael and each were Mrs. John Oamble entertained table was a white bud vase filled spent the week end here with his and seven ounces and has been With Mr. CarterThe Oarden Therapy, Mrs. H. O
given copies of the newly revised with a bridal shower for Miss with English Dogwood grandmother H. H. Hair Sr. named Richard Darin Deese.Mn Elsie Kirby Circle of the Penuel.An .
ByLaws booklet. Donna Hall bride-elect last I Prizes were given for game Mrs. Hair left Sunday to spend Deese is the former Janice Advent Christian Church held Its auction sate consisting of
The circle voted to rent a Post- Thursday evening In the home of played The hosteasea presentedthe several days visiting her son-in- Faircloth of Jacksonville regular monthly meeting at the! articles pertaining to the garden
office box that the man could Mn. Howes at o'. home of Mrs Carter on
so Harry eight Pomeroy
guest of honor with a white The or gardening
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs paternal grandmother U wu conducted by t
be handled more efficiently In the clock. i Tuesday, April 20. Election: of offlcen -
carnation corsage.Refreshments Chester Bedell. Mrs L. L. De future. Red roses were used on a coffee I of cake yellow Miss Susan Brlnkman. FSU student was held with the following Miller aviated by Mrs. Oeorge
Installation services for the table and an arrangement of larkspur i punch party cookies nuts mints officers selected: President Mrs Dexter
arrived home last week to Circle One Met auctioneer, and Miss
newly elected officers wW be held was on the mantel. and wedding cookies were servedto spend a few weeks with her par- Ernest Sellers; Vice Resident Veins Brlnson. treasurer
May IS at I:00 p.m. In the Ball The refreshment table was ov' the 30 pnll'nt.Lunfht"On Circle One of the Pint Presby Miss Linda Avery; Secretary: Miss
room of the Live Oak Elks Lodge erlald with a white lace cloth over I e terian Church met Tuesday Ap Shirley Bragg; and Treasurer The hostess served refreshmentsto
lies. pink and a floral design of pink Happy Clover Met. ril 6, In the home of Mra. R V Mra. John Motley. the eleven members. present
The new officers: of the Anna roses was on the table.The crystal Given Hutchtngson. Devotions were led by Mra
Miller Circle are u follows: Mn punch bowl was placed at one end For Mis hut last Tuesday The program was Chapter Wiley Orantham on the subject A toothpick stuck In a clove of
Carl Moon president: Mn. Bin of the table and crystal plates of Miss Jean Hltt. bride-elect of Donna Alford presided over the Three of Ephealans mars 14-11 to,,'. Urgency. Following the devotional gartlo will make removing the
LaughlnghouM. tint vice president open face landwtchea. and compotes June was recently: honored at a Happy Clovers t.n Club when Mrs. Wilton Kane will be the period refreshments were clove easier after a dish of food
; Mn. Niels Brorsen. second of nuts and mints were also luncheon given by Mrs. wm R they met on April 20. The devotional May hostess served by the_hostess.._ has been cooked.
waa given by Diane Wright -
Slaughter at her home on West
moreland Street. and the flag plf'dINl'led' by Annette i

A and motif Boatrlght and MaryllnCarrol. i
pastel green yellow
was used In the living room and Tenneseal Galvanized
Committees were selected for a Roofing
dining room.
brownie and fudge sale.
James B. Daniels Quests wen seated at the _
Miss Jean Meadows gave a talk
luncheon table which was covered
with a white. cutwork cloth over on record books and certificateswere l Special features make this heavy duty

pastel ITH'ICmtertnr the table the girls given by Mlar Meadows In the to 29 Galvanized metal roofing a superior
Funeral HomesLIVE participating county gauge
was a lovely arrangement yellow
chrysanthemums and gladioli 1 lew low
Interspersed with baby'a-breath. Oayle Keen and Diane Wright quality at a price.

OAK and BRANFORD The hostess presented a gift to gave a demonstration on entomology -
the honoree a* a momento of the and Marcia IlarrtU and Margaret
Taylor on how to make t W. B. HOWLAND
Now have two radio-dispatched brownies r
oxygen- Invited were Mrs. Vernon Hltt. with a mix;
equipped ambulances on call twenty- Mrs. W. C Lashler. Mrs. Lamar The minutes of the last meeting La8 proof j- GROCERY
Kathl Mills,
were read by
Nash Mn. Hard Kent Mrs. T. C.Abercromble. .
four hours ,each day in both Live Oak Mrs. Sam Kotf and which u followed by a demonstration t Mayo Road Phone 342-123S

1 and Branford. Mrs. Wayne Long.on on home improvementby

Miss Meadows 3. Th. V4es1, OPEN 5.30 A.M."I'lL lOiOO P.M.
I Nineteen members were present I. n 1,44. ce a
the table and served with the
and one new tnemttr, Nancy i&c i..tr''te.sle.ire" SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
.CALL DAY OR NIGHT_ pink punch.Myrtis Dove. Mn. Paul Crews was a visi
C'hala' Ctr. Ella V. Mitchell tor.

and the honor received ... ,- .
362. 3333 935-4100 ptlave for the games playttf. -
The gtfU. which the honoree
LIVE OAIC., BRANFORDJ. opened were on a table overlaid

B. DANIELS JR. L.F.D. with a pink clot p :
Around thirty guests. attended Made ,
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Bulldogs Cain County Social Security _start mm I Will Vote On New Tobacco Allotment PlanFlorida farm made yield.so that Adjustments no farm's preliminary will be

Check Over 1 MillionSocial ) yield Is below 80 per cent of
Two Victories Security payments In tobacco farmers could the local Agricultural Stabilization days In order to get all the work the average yield of the communi

Suwannee County amount to gain an 18 per cent increase In and Conservation Committee done to send the reports to the ty In which the farm Is located

more than 11.10,000 a year, according tobacco allotment If bright leaf Is notifying all farmers In this farmers," Mills commented. According: to the Department
Last WeekThe to William-. Eanes. 1 growers across the nation vote county: of the farm yield and Poundage quotas win be determined of Agriculture: each farmer under

district manager for the Social approval of the new tobacco bill poundage quota for the current for each farm based on the new program can aim at produclng -
Suwannee Bulldogs took Security Administration at Val- recently passed by Congress. tobacco crop.According the farm's computed yield per high-quality tobacco without .
two games last week to put themIn deals According to J. B. Mills secre- : to Mills, the systemof acre as adjusted and multiplied losing part of his share In the

the running In the district As of December II, 1964, tary of the Suwannee County Agricultural determining the farm yield and by the new acreage allotment. An market to oher farmers who strive
baseball playoffs. 1,995 persona are getting monthly Stabilization and Conservation I poundage quota Is a difficult one early mailing of Individual farm for the utmost production from
Thursday, the Bulldogs won over social security payments. Committee a referen and may take sometime to com reports was predicted by Mills. their allotted acreage at the
a spirited Lake City team 108. Monthly benefits under Social darn to determine whether the plete. The farm's yield per acre for of quality. expense -

Live Oak scored 10 runs on 10 Security have been parable for new legislation will be' accepted "We worked last week on an the three highest years during the WlIs stated that his office|
hits and Lake City ended up with more than 25 years. will be held In early May. overtime basis and had to close five year period, 1059-83 will be should have more information
eight hits. Prior to holding the referendum the office to business the last two used In determining a preliminary the program to the near future
Ray Corbin was the winning ''I wouldn't tell this to anyone

pitcher for the Bulldogs. Brig Gen. W acJ worth but you dean e. By the way,
On Friday, the Bulldogs traveled what is your lI&met"
to Perry and continued in the To Make Inspection For Sale-Real Estate

baseball playoffs. Brig Oen. Louie C. Wadsworth,
The Bulldogs scored three In deputy commanding general, 55th
the fifth and five In the sixth to Command Headquarters, Divisional Methodists Plan
defeat Perry by a 9-2 score. Florida's controlling headquarters Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

Corbin was again the winning for all Army National Revival RIVER
pitcher for the local team and Guard unit. In the state will Layman 0 HELP WANTED 0 LOST & FOUNDLOST REALTY
allowed only three hits. Live Oak make a command inspection In 407 Dowling St.
The First Methodist Church of
collected 12 hits while only com- Central Florida this week end. He Live Oak will conduct a layman's LITTLE ADS WANTED First class carpenter White billfold In Live Farm Bureau Bldg.

mining one error. will be accompanied by Colonel revival May 3 thru May 7. at TJ. S. Post Office In Live Oak between DuPre'i and Phone 362-1S28
Lee Harvard and Dave Melvin Albert E. Durrell and Lt. Colonel The meeting will begin at 7:20: BIG RESULTS Oak. George E. Jensen contractor Ea tie's. DrIven license and per WINSTON Specializing: J. ROGERS Realtor
were the big hitters for the Bulldogs Edward T. Murdock full time assistants each evening with a covered dish Inc. Apply at Job. We are sonal papers will Identify. Keep Bales and Farm Loans* Acm*.
with two hits apiece. of the headquarters anda at an equal opportunity employer money and return wallet. Elizabeth '
supper on Wednesday evening
The next game for the BulldogsIn caJJ tf
pilot Colonial Hotel
830.: A different layman will I'
the playoffs will be against Oen. Wadsworth and his party each White Spring. Florida Tele
speak night. WANTED Short order cook at<
Quincy tomorrow (Thursday) at the purpose, yea will
will travel by National Ouard airplane 397-3381. cabd 49
The will be phone
speakers : A & W Drive In. FOR SALE
Quincy. Game time U 3:30: p.m. The plane will pick the find Democrat classified do Experience Three bedroom
Monday W B. Feagle White helpful but not Apply house
necessary one acre land
Oak airport on paved
general up at the Live Springs the job, quickly and welL
(Office Supplies at McCrimon') at noon' on Saturday and in person cajj tf road. $4500.00. See or write
Tuesday. Walter D. Rice Lake Mannle
fly to Avon Park where an artil- City Gainesville district lay lead WANTED Lady to work soda ida Hires. Chlefland. Flor
lery battalion will be observed DEADLINE FOR INSERTION fountain at A ft W Drive In. I or phone 4934448.PdJJ

firing and undergoing other trainIng '- er.Wednesday, Robert Bruce local (:.. P.M. Tuesdays Apply tn person. eaJJ tf WANTED Donations of wheelchairs 47-51
during the week end. church lay leader. walkers, crutches, sickroom !
LPN or RN nurse for nursing supplies for use In the
The Inspection party will moveto
Thursday William Smith Mon- LOW RATE FOR RESULTS
'r sEASIEST the St. Petersburg area Mon tlcello, Tallahassee 'district lay home keep included. Phone or County Loan Closet. Please call FOR SALE:
day and will Inspect the headquarters leader. 1H cents per word with a write Mannie Hires, 493-4448. 382-1741 or Suwannee County Brick veneer home, located Sherwood

of an Infantry battalion Friday N. S. James, Chatta- minimum of 11.05. Chlefland, Florida. pdJJ 47-51 Health Department 3622708. Forest. 1 bedrooms, l and

there Monday night. hoochee, associate Tallahassee CURB HELP WANTED NOW cdJJ 47-80 H baths, electric heat, age 5
The general expects to returnto (All classifieds malt be paid In Tears small down
district lay leader. Ages 18 to 40. Apply In personA ACREAGE WANTED (S to GOO. payment'
WAY Live Oak by mid-morning This revival li being held In advance.) ft W Drive In. eaJJ tf State particulars: price, tillable Price 815.000. F. H. A. finance
Tuesday observance of national available to qualified buyer.
family buildings. Write J. Morris 453
Own Wadsworth said here WANTED Waitresses. at
TO CURETOBACCO week. ONE WEEK FREE Prouty Dr.. Princeton. 111.
Wednesday that this Is the first The Rev. Spivey Brabham pai- Dixie Grill. tail tf pabj SO 4 bedroom home. 2 baths, living

opportunity he has had to visit tor of the church this week extended Classifieds entered for five room dining room kitchen.
units In that of Florida and WANTED Woman to live with rood location
part a cordial Invitation to the weeks run the last week free. WANTED Electrical work. Re- known as the
and care for elderly lady for a
he hopes to see all armories in public to attend the pairs or new wiring. Refrigerator "Dr. Price Homeprice nowreduced
That's what flue-cured: meetings.Mrs. ..00 will for 28 word
grow the area during his visit. $ pay a small salary. Call 382-3S18 or to
repairs. Air conditioners 113.800. terms can
ers In every belt sayabout their advertisement for five weeks see Elmer Meets, Rt. I, Live be arranged
Powell Bulk Curing Barnsl! Skeen Goodwill Oak. pbjj 49-50 parts and supplies. Can 382
Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds '3219. eajj 50-2
found that Powell's
They've controlled curing eliminates Dr. York To Speak hostess[ Last WeekThe for Proven Results. I']MALE COOKS are needed for im- 3 bedroom home two baths, nice

most of the guesswork and At Brotherhood) Meet\ Goodwill Club met last mediate employment. Apply In lot $4,500. cash.

worry they used to have with Dr. E. T. York Jr. of the Unl Tuesday afternoon In the home of person. Holiday Inn of Lake O PERSONAL NOTICERev.
conventional, "old.style" verslty of Florida will speak at a Mrs. Maude Skeen on the White 0 MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS City. cab tf PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
barns. Here's howl Road with 408 8. Ohio
Springs 8 members and K. of Ave.
community Brotherhood meeting James Miller president '
/Powell bulk curing assures amore tonight (Thursday) at 7:30: p.m. present Rlvervlew Christian Day Schoolof
V uniform cure, with less In the First Baptist Church Edu- The group studied n Corinthians Metropolitan Life Jacksonville Fla win be at ell
tobacco turning to trash. ; and Mrs. Ross Letnlng led MONEY for your farm operations has opening for salesman In *
cational Building the Suwannee County Agriculture
Hard-to-cure tobaccos (low In prayer. at reasonable cost. Terms this area. Starting salary open -
stalk, overripe diseased, Dr. York will talk on the subject Mrs., John Hegler and Mrs. W. to fit your needs. Loans up to depending on sales experience Coliseum May 10 at 8 p.m.
heavily fertilized i etc.) are of the Increasing problem 7 years Can North Florida Production and to speak on private schools. FARM
to AND
W. qualification $800 per TIMBER
Hunter received prizes for the LOANS
cured the Anyone interested In
more effectively of young people.Community Credit Asan. S. Ohio private
Powell way, brotherhood members tames played. Ave., Live Oak. TeL 382-2888. month. Complete training pro schools is urged to be present at AVAILABLE::
The next meeting will be on e abn-tf tram. Insurance Program and that time. For Information can or see:
and Interested men are Invited -
thermostats and
Special con- 1
VI Tuesday, May 4. In the home of Retirement Program.* Contact PAUL A. B'I'RDtOt
etch 48-51
troll set to to attend.
are easily regulate
moisture, air flow and Mrs. Hegler on 11th Street. :VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. Metropolitan Life, 101 N. Patterson '* a Ohio Ave.
heat Inspection window let St. Valdosta, Oa. TeL Live Oak Florida
Machine, machlneless. and cold:

you the cure check at your the convenience progress of, Home Serving On Homecoming Sunday wave permanents given. Ope 342-0648. eagf_tf For SeJs>-Automotive .: ._Phone_-1_383-1389'__ .,..J
raton Annie H. Mills Myrtle WAITRESSES: WANTED: -. Must
without doors.
opening USS At Oak Hill Church
I Capricornua
Mills and Mary Drew be over 21. Apply in person between FOR BALE 1982 Volkswagen
/Labor requirement greatly USS CAPRICORND8 (AKA-57) Homecoming will be held !Bun- Boairlght. Manicurist: Ruby the hours of 9-13 ajn. at HIM. Fine condition, radio
V reduced) your supervisionand (FHTNC) April 19 Chief Com- day. May 2. at the Oak Hill Sanford at Arm...'. each Thurs- Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake heater, passenger reclining seat, FOR BALI: House and let

management with problem mlssaryman Robert L. Horne, son Church. day. Friday and Saturday.caal. City caej tf vent shades, good tires. Can 110' x 300 on 8. Walker Avt.
simplified mod.rnPow.1I
are of J. A. Home of Route 1, Live There will be preaching at eleven tf Fla. J. O Cannon at Cannon *
Bulk Curing equipment 935-4011. Branford
Oak, Is serving aboard the attack o'clock with singing in the afternoon MAN OR WOMAN to service established eaJJ U Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3831817 -
cargo ship USS Caprtcomus operating -' and dinner on the Watkins route. 300 eajj tf
CURE OTHER CROPS TOO out of Norfolk, Va. grounds at noon. ANY TYPE customers. Over 8400 average FOR SALE: 1180 Ford station
Powell barn are Ideal for curIng The Caprlcornus carries troops per month and up. No lay-off. wagon. Oood shape. At a bar-
drying storing and even and supplies to the beach during An astute politician can see an MEMORIALWORK Write C. R. Ruble Dept. A-4 gain. Can Fred Olass. 382-1899.
pre-proutlng many other amphibious operations with the opportunity four years ahead of : P. O. Dos No. 3447, Memphis. ebJJ 49-50 HORNE REALTY CORP.
crops...helps spread use over U. S. Atlantic Fleet. time. Term. paag50
many months. BRANCH OFFICE
For Sl.-Rtl Estate 319 W. Howard Si.

( NOW. SEE YOUR Dodge Boys deal like the devil Granite Phone Marble 362-3333, Bronze FOR SALE: Used Urea and FOR BALK Two 40 x 100' Iota GEORGE B. DEES

No's. 73 and 74 on Louts Blvd .. aia36216S8
'65JJODGE CORONET trucks, tractor AU slue avail. Beverly Hills Estates IJOO cash. Phoee
WRITE POWELL MFG. CO. able. Some like new Hundreds Terms can be. arranged for

CO., INC, DRAWER 635, Homer Sanford Rop. to pick from. Barber's Service qualified buyer. B. D. .Jtftcott. 20 ACRES
K. J.pdJJ. About 13 Miles From Live Oak
$2257 Station. O'Brien. 939-3538. Also Rt. 208. Vtncratown.
BENNETTSVItLE, S. C. CIUTRA.ILI'.R Good Livable Housa-Oood Water
through neigh
Christian woman will care for your 1/3 Mil* Off State Highway
Town and Country small children day or night In borbood service station fromBarber's $500 Down |M Per Month

Allbritton Bros. Motors, Inc. my home for parents who cant TIn Service, wholesale OWNERS IItU Or Trade
afford Mgher priced sitters. See cacti U
Tractor Co. OAK, FLORIDA Gladys Fletcher. Old Jasper FOR SALE: New and used OOOD TERMS.: Priced 1399OUTSIDE 85 Acres In CultivationFive
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA y Highway next to nary Wilson's. plane Prior Mualo Co. Nortt Crrr (but Close In) MUM T8 Town

-_ pall a0 Ohio Ave, Live Oak. 382-3188. PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor Oood Waterhokt

PHOTO COLORING IN OIL call U 408 S. Ohio Ave.UT Nice Building Bite

Charles A. TaIlor Rt. 4. Dos BALE:One John Deer Phone. Oak 382-1389 Florida $1.00011 Down

I tae Live Oak Fla. Phone 3822393. tractor and an equipment uv ctf

: : paJJ J fto-3 chiding: power saw. Bargain 180 ACRES
30th price. Call 383-3938 or 943- Nice Brick Borne
Opening Friday April
A home for sale In Sherwood ForMt Three Bedroom a Modem Bath
: 3 bedrooms 3 baths, living Tobacco Allotment Corn Base

FOR BALE: Poulan and Pioneer room dining room. kitchen Oood Location
nice house for sale and a nice chain .saws part and service carport. utility room all on a Oood Farm Land

3-badroom place for rent Can Lasting supplies, books, clamp*. good large lot. good terms 833.004 38% Dna
382-293S or 983-3743. call tf bow, bar, and Cham Repair PAUL A. BIRD Realtor 408

i Peppermint Drive InRestaurant' FOR RENT Spaces for mobile for most snail gasoline engine 8. Ohio Ave, Live Oak PIa. Have Several Oood ROOM
, hones. Plenty of room. Nice Tyre's Saw Engine: Service, race U la The $3.000 to M*.0 Range
Terms Can B* Arranged Oa Most
formerly Eectrla: Service co.
and clean. Good wen water. FOR BALE 3-bodrooa home
toe 8th 8%. Tour amen engine
Lake for fishing and awtmmlnc.Morgan's teats I mOee from Lire Oak.

Trailer Park. US 90 neadquartere cadj U with I acres of land en U. a FOR BALE By owner 3 lots

West Live Oak.. Florida.' Phone FOR BALE: Frame have and highway, pan tree, deep wen cleared to Sherwood! .....

382-2018. pcfdj 19-19 nmabowt. trailer, and 30 with electric I pump. PAUL. A. 180 x 12V. Priced to ttJl none

FOR RENT 3 stores available hp Johnson motor May be seen BTRD. Realtor. tOt 8. Ohio 382-1044 er writ P. a Boa 137.Uve .
April 1. at 328-327 W. Howard at lit Van Burn St. Can 3823408. Avt, Live Oak. Fla. cacj U Oak. pdJJ ...1

Featuring Mrs. Houck's Famous Food St. the former W L Garner caB tf
stores. Contact J. D. Henry
FOR SALE: Fence Staples 1
382-2118 for information tb. lOe: 18 tea, tse. CundlffBroa ,. ; aid. M*
cbJJ 80-41 .
Phone r
Family Style 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 pan. 333734.PdJJ 47-31 vm
FOR RENT 3-bcdroom houseon
8. Suwannee Ave Can PaulA. FOR SALE: Rowe on Florida v,
Curb Service 11:00 until 11KX) the PORCVf W W.
a.m. pan. Byrd. 383-1389 er 382-1387. recommended rootstock. Orow. R HOM W
caJJU ling tn containers.: Set any Unw. vei membetawt''fcNif Thitt.

OPEN 6:00 A.M. UNTIL 11:00 DAYS WEEK Priced to .n. After school and home Ot JZmm
.- Jn
FOR RENT-One 3-bedroooi on- '6rtd
an > minbtuon
day Saturday wma Lands: ee ie rleeu si eat, n
furnished hen,, lot N. E. phone 3(2-133. pdJJ 48-83 ''VALUE. FOR YOUR.HOWtBUIlDtNQ' .

Serving Breakfast Lunch, and Ala Carte's Halms. Can 383-1834.PdJJ 48-83 FOR SALE AH state of tar ssivi,, a u.'si-,.

paumna. guaranteed not to leak.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
Ottta Brown Motor cdJJ U
close In. Can Mrs. P. D.
McMuUen.: 33-3171 or 383-3714 FOR SALE One yellow floor lJe
Gracie Warner and The Florida Ramblers after I P.... eaJJ U length and one green' baDertna

length formal. Hat 13. Like
FOR RENT By toe week for ...
new worn only one u. Can
Will Entertain From 2:00 P.M. Until 4:00 PM family parties, a completely 382-3001 after pjo. ae 49-M sw rwr r'n-ve..1.434ert
furnished cottage' at Suwannee!

SATURDAY MAY 1st. Spring Reservations ID&J'" FOR SALE One 0 ft. refrHwator. BUC1CK! SAW Ute Oak Fla, aaPACE -..

; _. mad In advance. Can 383-3838. New and mused I1M.

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...-AND h1YAU ;;;iCDIsHWASMCe IN RKi MARCUS Tk. r.t.t D.*f SIMS,

Suwannee County Residents Will Here For HASMOT DM> .....
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.. SUWANNgB COUNTY, Tk. rlltw. *t L.wton R. Din >..,.
13th Florida Folk FestivalLive 1WOIaKCS- D FLORA. IN MOaATtIN hi. for Ik. ,nut* *f Ik. will of Mar.
Appear Vernon Bales Rat s.taa.fMAec. ... D. ..... 4N.,... **4 roP Ik. IMII-
D. SIMS .ii... .f l...... TMtamMtory to klmIk ..
and ....... ..*..... ...... In MM Will M>|I..
Oak Suwannee County will be well represented Funeral services for Vernon OO O T. AD C....... .*4 r_ Hm. m this 4y .. k* hard.; .n4 It **pMr.In .
at this year's 13th annual Florida Folk Festival Bonl- I c..... Di...J. A...... ..M Goat to tie C..... fnwi the .MM Lanier Bales who died In a s YM ..4 Mk .! vwi are iMnky HoltfM .ItIsI that Mr.... D. Sim. ...*..*.
according to Miss Thelma Boltln: director of special eventsat fay: hospital April 21 as the result 0 4 4Ml mt ..*y *f
.. ......... .. ..,.... of
4 vkfck m Avrll. A. n.. IS ... ln* .. kl. UtWlU
Foster where the festival will beheld
Stephen Memorial cf) an automobile accident were a4 mtr k,*<. .1.11.1 115 out .( ..4 TMIMWH the .ft.lriMt now
May 7. 8 and 9. held here Friday: April 23. at M.NM D. SiM 1s.14. .! !. ( Mid pa....,... I* tkl Co.rt fot *n kl*. ...
t UM..I>, to Ik. Couily Imttt *t 8.w... t..,... ky V. M M..... Vr s.....
oD.-those planning to take 10:00: ajn. at the First Baptist ... CoHKlD, r........ *t kll .m*. In .kcourt ..4 Lab P. William.. .. IIMIII|.. wll.MM .
In the festival from this ambitious and outstanding Spring Church. The Rev Charles Webb ...... ., ..*.. COUIIIF II Llv. O.k.. C .I) .*. .m..f *f tk. Paws h..,...
part entertainment FIrW., vllkl. III ......... ...,,,. fromIk kM. ..*... M FMUltNMl. k* taw. t4 Ik..
county she said are the Singing programs pastor of the church, assisted by !*.. at Ik. fI.., ..IIIIe...... .t thIs Cart ...... f'II" .4. Chorus from the Churchof "There Is such a wide variety the Rev. Everett Williamson 1 iMIIr*. 1..p1..1 ..h tlclm *r i*. IT IS ORDRRED. AND .NVOOr.D
Mothers of folk material available that no lest ".Pad ilml k* ta wMlsf I ...4 >k..ll .UI* ,..., MM will I.,4. \. use Ie ....she
Jesus Christ of Latter Day conducted the rites. Ik. .!..> .( rwMMit. ..4 pal ftlM ..J-. iliiilli4, to rrar4. *. Mtln* ..... ..,.
Saints the Suwannee River Boys two programs are alikeMis* Bales was a native of Florida *rM N Ik* ......... ... ....u k. t..rat ..,...IIi ,r..... Lt 1st,... ,..,..
Boltln pointed out. "Of course kf Ik. .........,.. kl.. -" *r ..lH start IMI. I* Ik* MM lawlnn R
Oracle Warner and two Negro and a veteran of World War II >m.r sad MMny..l*.4 kf flllot (.. Sim. *, tk.. Riwnto easeS I* MM Will /If+
the Elementary Dance some of the more unusual num having served In the U. S. Army .4 ... tfallar. Pad ....k .l.l_ *r *.IMIII| .M* kl. ..u... M4 *......'..1.. tk*
groups bers-or presented several T\ Mt *. r..... lull k. MM. ....l, Mik .f .fflr. ..
Club and the High School Choir groups are He was born August 37. HIS and LAWTUN .. IMS. T.... "..... ..........I hi 1.1* Ok., ,....
Douglass High School. times during the three daysof had lived In Live Oak since 1M1. A* .....ur ., the LM Will M. .* April I. ". It, |.....
the show." ...4 TM|.KIMI| .( M.r... D. .1 avers: BROWN
The Singing Mothers Chorus. He was a member of the First *l*"< **"..... (' mtr "."... Siiwii..**
comprised of mON than SO worn More and more people from Baptist Church of this city.; Bales ...1 C.eetp, ....,...
Florida and South Georgia a* /..,
en Include church members froma held memberships In Barrett IN THE COURT OP THC COUNTY
number of Georgia communitiesnear well u tourists attend and enjoy Lodge and the local Elks Lodge JUW.K IN AND FOR SUWANNCK
Miss Bol subusDIAJt
the Festival each
the Florida boundary as well year He was a Shrlner and held mem IN SKt Tk. e.pl..eMAacus Ups Pi-. MvkMI>( Orwr
tin said. bership In Morroco Temple Cia.rh.a.iI.ra. l>, SIMS.Dra tar ,.*..... W.,........
as those from Live Oak. Jasper -We are trying to keep alive 4. A....i ......*. to ('..."., ITI W
and White Springs. The group U Shrine NOTICE or mORATKTO : Ik* .P''I.' aMk. I* iMrakf
the memories of pioneer Florida livestock \ AIL PER UNS iNTunriTicn IN .. .
Webb chorister. Bates was a Inspector tls this k kll kMrlot <**
directed by: Jean and the Old South" she said. THE KSTATBi or SAID DKrRDRNTlYM tk. !........ of reimw4 _....,...
They: will perform Sunday: for the State of Florida and work arc kwvky ...liri4" lk..l s ...111 ..4..f (*r FktrM ........... will M
Suwannee River Boys art -with their enchanting folkways. ed In the Department of Agriculture News 1** hxtniHMKl nrycrllitf I* k* Ik* ".1' In OrK.. ('..., In Ik. A...)tor.
The Sponsoring the event are the +.', WlU M4 TMtoHIMl *l HM 4Mku I** *f Ik* rWwM. FOR *,4 V....."..
scheduled to perform at the Friday of Florida. *..! hoe i4..,... I* *Mk l* InIkl A..w1IM..lf1.HI but Coh.tal
Ibow. May 7. The four Stephen Foster Folklore Guild, Graveside services were held at Cwirt. V'* in kcnkr *MIIII.*I|.| 0$,. Is Or.ds. 1II.rI..1 Irr.. ...
night vllkl Ns nkw4ir ssth. taw the W4M4.r M.v It. IMS.
the Florida Federation of Music
performers, who sing and play Cedsrtown. Da. Saturday: afternoon .... .l the flnl .nklknihi* .f |kl.. ... Al aid Maids, ik.* rmmlMkm** *l
LeRoy Clubs, and the Stephen Foster" at 2:00: p.m. with Interment li.. .. *rrft hi this. Court **4 .".. Atr....".... .* his. doll. .*...*...*. *_!.
various Instruments are Memorial Commission. Greenwood Cemetery there. Douglaaa Junior Claw!" English DepartmentTo :MM, tt **f >M nil. whip Ik* >IIMIt will pwh..ww ,......., Pad *...
In the ;
McDanleL. Johnnie Bonds. Al this Cwirt k *4iiillll i MM I* ....... with tMMWt 11
and Earl ChatkinaMiss Survivors Include the widow. Will Present Play Present PlayThe -"Ia sh.eld,. ell .d ........... III KMMII| **4 irk tlB Mi4U
circa: 'OWN tteM.frw.lmt tk.
wlrm.m M4..tr.
Oracle Warner of RouteD Mrs Irene P. Bales, Live Oak. anda The members of the Junior clan English Department of 4'''''' Jells. ..._..... at .. ..".'. fli T" ..,>"P.,... at tk.rMlM .
Last Rites For sister Mrs. Eileen Richardson School will O'Brien High win present Its annual c...." Fiws a Ik. .mM..l -,..,....
Live Oak. plays her own guitar at Douglass High present ..... .
se.1 the ***......* ..4 ...........
accompaniment and win sing on Moore haven a three act play Monday, play: Monday: May 3. at 1:00: .....".. ."..u... ,... .. m.H, ..,.
Serving a* pallbearers for the IN THE: COUNTY JlriX-.m COURT d.,1p d tkl .... 111| A.
afternoon the cafe- In the school auditorium.The mn.1.
the morning and pro Mrs. Nelson May 3. at 1:00: pjn. pjn. OP SUWANNKR COUNTY, FLORIDA. N walwMNaae IK.I m. k. .ft.ad
grams on Friday.: She will be accompanied services here were Frank Haddon torlum. The title of the play II title of the play: Is "Which IN ail:, The &...,. .( to MM ,TWM>M4 ......."..> .,4** wktok
Lloyd Clanton. Groover Hackney I La y...*. Rlu. *. will l.4 to ._ ll.k the .
MParticipating ls dl |>
Shall lie Mur and being Mr** **
to White Springs by and "The Juke Bo "- ....... Pad ....*.tl..> .f |k. ,..,..... .....w*!.
Mrs. Woodrow Warner. Held WednesdayFuneral Cecil Moore. C T. Baisden In the play: will rested by: Miss O. U. Lord.Rvpplle NOTKK TO CRtDITORS M .......,..* .., ..< lt...
W. O. Mulllns. Col. e. All. .....,,_ *f Ik. ..,... .f U. All n4iMn. sad k4wr. W PwrM.
The two Negro school groups of the Live Oak Shrine be ElouUe Washington Alvin v..... Ilk,,., WMM4, .f. ....*... ..11.. .*,........ ..4 ..h.. InlcmiH w.M .
Involve a total of more than 80 services for Mrs. Virginia Members vln.! Drborah Foster Nathaniel (ached at McMm.a'slMlCjpTY tad *...4 _u,.... to fife s.p llnii. *v *. .r. Hi.".4 to llm4 (.4 ....,...
High Douglas Nelson of Live Oak Club and employee of the stat.nterlnarlan' Curtis Herring 4-.fii<. whirl !!,., *>*, k... ....1.l .>lMM te'. In Ik* kMrmt.f .
students. The Douglass office served Herring. Earl Ford. R.it. In Ik* '*ffir* of Ik.. (**.!* ..*l., .* ,,,. *, iMiM4 M.rk.ll..
School Choir has 27.girls and 10 were held here Wednesday: after. s Phllmore Thompson Charlie h.... *r RHWM** 4'...*,.. rkwM I* 0..... ..., k* .....*.. k. ..*,Mt totk.
honorary pallbearers. Ik. .......... .l IJ** Ok, FlnrM. *ffl* *f IM" OmmlMlmm' .f .
boys and Is directed: by .Julie A. noon. April :.. at 2:00: pjn. at the Home of Harris, Lee Bertha Wilson Paula .Mkl. ..! ........*. well< rrww .... ..R. *. .I1 .,. 011.1 R.IMl.t. :.t=.
Scott of the music department.They graveside In the Live Oak Cemetery. Suwannee Funeral Loper Johnnie M. Bradley Jull- ProfilesINTO .... .f Ik* dm ptkllMilfin,. *< Ikl sue.Ik. ..*._ Pli..rl4.. *r dwm Ik* C ulr
The Rev. Charles Webb Live Oak was In charge of are and Mae Helen .. rrk ..ll. .f ......... sell k* I* Airl.lt. .rJ A...., lol>4 ,In ,ho *....
will sing at the afternoon anna Martin, wrllhi* ..4 .... .,..* ,k. .10.I *f .... MMlk sad M>t .f Ik* few**.*.
show on Friday: May 1. pastor of the First Baptist Church rangements. Washington. _...._ sad. pre .If... *44rM. .( the Ml.. ..
Dance Club ls here conducted the services U. e tUlMM >n4 ..*., k* .**n I. kf the IN WITNRM WHRRROP.: ikl,.* N' ..
The Elementary .41.11, kl* *. '!, W kl* lll*: Mr, OTH /1. I I. knkr .l.4 .sd l*...*4 kltk
directed by Aliens Joyce Ford and Mrs. Nelson\ was born In Ferric will kwrnn* .:.M cmmUm I* Uw| rlls.tT.111..II.Isef, pw.Ikl .

has 40 members. They win perform Mo. In KM and had been a real- Funeral ServiceAt Primary Student At ate w..l J. D.k*HRNRV fltwt In .4ull.4'J.i*i RUIN M.. Itd 4>* n.r>NNKR AMll. l..l.IMIVIR .

on the opening program Friday dent of Buwannee County: slnd K.M.lr. *T Ik. Will tt ea......... *| ......ll.r*
morning. I.34. She was a member of th Graveside O'Rrirn Prr 'rnt Play ofO'Brien 1. a..t LVr*. Rl.., ......... IalALiu

Miss Boltln said approximately Baptist Church and had been s The primary department -----

1500 win appear during Sunday School teacher at the School presented Its an.
for For Bartow 1 Hall I nual play: The King Sneesr
the seven programs making up the church many: yean.
Wednesday: April XI, at 1:00: p.m
Mrs. Nelson II survived by her
13th annual FNUaLnu.e pro. auditorium.The SUN and FUNCASUALS
In the school
and husband. Otto Nelson Lan Oak;
crams are planned at 10 ajn. Funeral service for Dr. Bartow sponnored and
1:30: and T:30 pjn. on Friday and two cons Harry Nelson\ St. Ann Hall chiropractor of Lakeland play was MU
Miss U. Calhoon
Saturday: and a finale at 3 00: Mo. and Jimmy Nelson. Redlanda were held April 31 at the ,rift- directed: by U
and Mrs. Money
o'clock Sunday: afternoon. Calif.: three sisters. Mrs. T. E. aide In the Mt Pleasant c.mI Octe Young,

An In alt this will be one of the Murphy and Mrs. J. Chester Dr. HaH was born In I'J'1 Cook. s WHO HASTkEMt3STM06TVALLIA6LE

most diversified and colorful Festivals Smith. both of Farris Mo. and County 7$ years sgo and was PLA'ttR'\ots

so far held\ Muse the first Mr*. R. M. Poteet. Miami; and member of tha BiDlist Church Home
Plan Open LAST 10 YEARS?
In 1W>. The programs are presented two grandchildren. and the Shrine
on the shady; outdoor stage Suwannee Funeral Home of H* ls survived by hd w.1 plans for an open house and BOB styled especially for
20 were diseuued y ICDTKM1CKRT
overlooking' the ancient Suwan Lift Oak was In charge of arrangement Mrs. Lucy Hall of Lakeland: annual May plenlfl MANTUa (lit?)
Monday night at the regular
nee River *, daughters. Hilda Repaa and Iris monthly meeting: of the 0'. bad U* ....L IU U followed
Folklore,music, dancing crafts Mae Hall of Lakeland and Shar- was I* e tally .t UM annual vail**
and traditions rvpr.. nUns Flor Nursing Council To en Halt and Reba flays Hall of Brten P-TA. The meeting la seen itagu* by wow May
Ida' m. *ry .bs.a .. M... jinn. Jacksonville i two eons Carl Hall hold In the Khooleudl\OrtU. (111$, 'Hank Aaron Meet Here
ttM Creek and Seminole Indians Friday I Virginia and Paul Han of Orlando President Jerry Calhourj) presl4 Erato Banks (ITT), Al KallMTM

win presented by: Individual The Suwannee County Home : a sister, Mrs. W. A. Gray lag ( >. Helm FM (Ml). FreakItcMBMW r smart shoes

and groups" from throughout Florida. \ Nursing Advisory! Council win of Live Oak: and a brother. Perry (MO).

.- Miss Boltln said -and there meet Friday: April 30. at 13:1 fo Han. also of Lave Oak. of Live Oak was In charge of the .... Vjr Uag ffetarw SrWk.i.

also win be performers from Georgia the Big Dixie Restaurant In Lift The J. B. Daniels Funeral Home graveside service

and several other states."
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REPORT Mr. and Mrs J. F. Toole and Saleman School In Indiana this I Suwannee Valley
Jimmy visited Mr. and Mrs. Sl.m: week.

By SPESSARD I HOLLAND A Touchton Wednesday night I Mr and Mrs. Will Poole visited Big Increase was active and demand I were at $13-25-11400; a few can.ners -
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fore ol Rufus Baxter Thursday afternoon.
United. States Senator good for all classes of cattle last were at 11251200.
Orange Community and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fore and
Public employees In Floridnumbered the Suwannee Valley Utility bulls went off the stakeat
Mrs. B F. Hayes spent Sunday H. M. Moore visited Rufus Baxter aLivestock Market, Trading was $18.25-$1800. while canners
cultural 283,185 last fall a
Thursday the Senate anent Inter-American
opened -
debate on the highly-con and trade center proposed for Miami with Mr. and Mrs. L. P Former. Sunday afternoon. per cent Increase since 1960 com particularly good for replacementcalves were at $12.00-$12.SO.
Rufus Baxter returned home Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited
troversial voting rights bill From ; (2) the Department of Labor pared with a 15 per cent gain nationally and yearlings. One good calf was at $1900,
Tuesday after spending several, Mr. and Mrs Willie Howell
cattle and standard at $17.75-$18.75
the Florida State Chamber There were 192 and
the outset it became quiet evident extended existing permits so. U to
off-shore days In the Suwannee County Sunday. of Commerce stated In Its calves sold as compared to laStweek' cull and utility at $13.50-$17,00.
that the haste which has accompanied provide supplemental
Hospital. We glad he Stewart of Live Oak
are Is improving Mrs. Clara : released 204. One choice feeder-stocker steer
Weekly Business Review
this legislation from its inception labor for substantial completionof
nicely spent Thursday night and Friday: Fully three-fourths supply brought 2100. Good were In the
bad of Florida's citrus yesterday
has produced both a the harvesting Miss Marilyn Olive spent Thurs with Mr, and Mrs Rufus Baxter.J. .
"During the same Interval, cleared to feeder-stocker accounts $18 50-$20 60 range, standard
bill and an Inaccurate committee sugar cane, fruit, berry and
day night with Beth .
Ann Lepper F. Toole visited Rufus Baxter
total $17.00-$18,
14 while nearly one-half the $ utility $142500
Florida's7 population gained per
report. The report which we saw vegetable crops this spring; (3) Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes vU- Saturday night.
for the first time when the debate the Department of Health Education cent and thenation's.. 6 per cent. were calves. and Inferior 13001400.
ited Mr. and !
Mrs J F. Toole Mr. and Mrs. L. P Fortner and
commenced, stated, for example, and Welfare receded from "The public-service: employee High-standard to average-good Utility heifers were at $1350-
night. Rev Charles Johnson visited Rufus
and total In Florida was made up of slaughter steers were bringing 18.25 while Inferiors were bringing .
that three Florida counties its earlier position recommended
Rev Charles Johnson of Perry Baxter awhile Sunday night.
Oadsden, Jefferson, and Union restoration of nearly $2 53,185 federal civilian employeesno $18.75-12200, cutters: 140015. 12001400.
was dinner guest of Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Hugh James of
.. ( military Included), up 14 per Utility cows were at $1250-
come within the provisions of the million making a total of $ .156.- Baxter 25.Standard
Port Hope, Ontario, Canada visit
Sunday. cent; 91,000 state employees, up heifers were at fit.75$18.75 $1375. Inferior $8.SO-$12.SO. One
bill. As a matter of fact, they do 000 for assistance to Dade CountyIn
Mr. and Mrs Henry Turner end ed Mr. and Mrs Carl Tresslt'r
30 per cent; and 179,000 county- while high-cutter and utility Inferior cow-calf pair went fortlUS.
not and I was quick to bring this the education of Cuban refugee family of Ft. White spent Sunday Friday, enroute to their home after .
error to the attention of the Sen. children in the public schools: with Mr. and Mrs Rufus Baxter.Norman spending the winter at Ft. district-city: employees 31 per were In the $140011600range.
ate. While I will not hazard a ((4) the U. S. Office of Education Anders is attending cent more than In 1960. Part Few choice calvea were off at
I Myers. time and full time employees are Cutter and low-utility cows $2175-$22.25. good $19.00-$21.50.
guess as to how extensive the debate HEW, and the Office of Emergency -
The Community Sing will be Included In these standard $1700-$2050. utility
will be the public is entitledto Planning cooperated in releasing -
All of us can be proud of fellow held at Pine Level Church Saturday
"In actual numbers there were $1425-$1800. Inferior $12.50$15.50. -
be fully Informed on what the funds which will ultimately last (
95,100 persons year expressed
FlorIdIan Roger W Irving of St. 1, at 8
nIght May p.m. Everyone .
In public positions
bill contains. I will most certainly total $196.934 coveredby more persons In full time equivalents), up 32
Petersburg, who will be honored Is Invited to attend
Hogs totaled 462 comparedwith
(all levels of government as
oppose It.While a grant approved last November per cent from 1960. All county-
the Senate and House to apply on replacement of In Washington Thursday, April Mr and Mrs. Harry Lepper and In Florida In 1964 than In 1960. hospitals had 25.100 employees, again 497 for last week. Mixed
committees have been considering the Suwannee High School In 29, through his selection by the children spent'Sunday with M. J. "Public schools and state universities of 30 per cent; all police and grades 180.210 lb. barrows and
President's Committee on Employment Lepper at Lake City. I and colleges employedand gilts $1710; 210-240 ID*. $1750;
the great volume of legislation offered Live Oak following its damage by local fire protection together
since the opening of the Hurricane Dora; (5) although retaining of the Handicapped as came to 16.700, up 27 per cent 240-270 lbs. $1800; 160-180 Ibs.
the Handicapped American of the
89th Congress, our Florida dele the restrictions upon the and highway activity accountedfor $1830; 140-160 UM. $1500; 120-
Year for 1964. This 72y"roldcitizen' BeachvilleWe 140 UM, $13 93 100-120 lbs $13.-
gation has been unusually active Importation of residual fuel oil 16.300 employees, up 22 per
story Is an Inspirationalone. .. .
95; and 80-100 $13 40.
with various federal agencies. In the Interior Department increasedby
cent. These are the principal categories
Although he lost his voice
cooperation with Interested officials 75,000 barrels the dally quota and had to give up a professional were glad to have good at. daughter, Marinell of Lake of public employment In Most sows 180-400 Ibs.. $1485-
"5.05 and 400-600 Ib*. $13.33-
and citizens from state,
the we for Florida and New England
singing career, and also lost part tendance at Sunday School last City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Florida of the state governmentand 1405. Boars were bringing $700-
have successfully accomplishedobjectives' users and paved the way for a of his right arm as a young man Sunday, let's try to keep It good W H. Tidwell Wednesday those at a lower level combined $800.Medium.
of benefit to several of restrictions
lifting all .
and the sight In one eye he Is Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Cason Mrs. W. H. TIdwell Mrs Otto \ and good feeder pigs
sections of Florida. Among these before July 1 (6) the Post Office '
; annual check
"By a special
self-employed as a consultant to and children, DeWayne and Cam- Townsend and Mrs. Sanford
35-75 Ibs. $00-$17.75 75-110
have been the following: (1) the Department acceding to longstanding made in October by the census ;
the Veterans Administration Center my, of Jacksonville\ spent Beach were business visitors in IDS., $1600-$1700.
Community Facilities Administration Delegation requests, at Bay Pines the Florida Division days here last week visiting Mr. Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. bureau last year the total mon .
made a formal commitmentto agreed to Issue a Spanish Settle thly payroll of all state employeeswas
of Vocational Rehabilitation and Mrs. H. C. Cason. Luther Adkins and Jack
purchase $22 million worth of ment Quadrlcentennlal commemorative repored at $18.431.000. up 58 Card Of ThanksMy ,
the University of Miami Mr and Mrs C. C. Hemphlll Kennedy were business visitors in
bonds of INTERAMA, the perm- five-cent stamp on August Medical School and to Individual and /son, Wayne, of Gainesville, Gainesville Monday morning.Mr per cen from 1960. All county- family and I wish to thank
28; (7) the Corps of Engineers laryngectomees deferred to hIm were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Mrs. Pat Murphy of city salaries and wages came ton.304.000 each of you for your kindness and
approved and are presently undertaking by private physicians. Following Beach Saturday night and Sun Lakeland were visitors here $ during that month a consideration during my recent
BLUE LUSTRE the dredging and con special courses he was certified day Thursday afternoon. gain of 50 per cent during the Illness and confinement In the

EIEETBiE'ARPEISHAMPOOERiM$ 10 struction of a navigation channelIn u an Instructor In esophageal Mrs. Hots Spooner and daughter Rev F E. Day of Lake City will\ four years. The personal Incomeof hospital especially your prayers,
John Pennekamp Coral Reef speech and has taught more than Ginger, of Jacksonville were fill\ his appointment here Sunday FlorIdians from all sources did flowers, and many cards sent me.I .
with C-.o._riI f_ .:.. State Park which will provide a 100 to leant to speak. He has traveled guests of her parents Mr. and come and worship with us. not Increase nearly. rapidly 28 also want to thank Dr. Dietrich
cDlocft' Fur Ihr. I port of refuge for small boats anda extensively at his own expense Mrs Luther Adkins. last week end. S. per since: since I960.1* and the hospital staff for their
needed facility both the Park .
E-.. U. I. 110 to further his studies in We were sorry to learn that If you think you have a very services.
and the Coast Guard, this field and to lecture and promote Mrs Donald Odom had to spend Intimate friend don't get into a I (School Supplies at McCrlmon's J. D. Sapp
esophageal speech and has part of last week In the Suwannee business deal with him. (Paid Notice)

authored numerous papers on the County Hospital In Live Oak,

Dem Skeeters Sho Gittin Bad. subject. He is active in the Boy but are very glad she is better,
Scouts of America and numerous Mrs. Jennings Starling of
We make all Aluminum screens for all type win. other organizations. Next week Brooker was a guest of her parents ilhlIhI! uil EI!, .! llI{ !, fl
i iIEn fil1
a Il I li + ill El
dows. We also : ;
have all Aluminum Screen doors, the President's Committee will Mr. and Mrs Clyde Odom, f; I } }ij jEl i h I ''liYe = The Smart Place

also wood screen doors. present him with the award at Its Friday. il l, SAVF 4r u 'iI ''Ill lliilll (
We repair all types of aluminum screens annual meeting In recognition as Jack Kennedy was a business

CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE FOR "the' person who has surmounted visitor In Jacksonville Saturday. I y i
SCREENS OR REPAIRS hIs or her handicap to become a Hots Spooner came home with
useful citizen and who has helped him returning home with Mrs. To Go.

Langford Builders encourage, Inspire or flcllltate employment Spooner Sunday .
Supply of other handicapped W. H. and L. A. Tidwell and ,

persons" Here Is a man from Don Odom were business visitors lil I.I' I..
Helvenston St., S.E, Phone
whom we all should draw courage in Tlfton Oa. Monday.Mr. ; For Good
I' Things
and faith. and Mrs Otto Townsend '

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IA Nation Rallies to God ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY hole, leaving a substantial ,
SCHOOL LESSON ti i +& "wall of cake about 1*thick

Pastor's CornerREV. S +rar.-n wwr e.aM 3. Remove center with a curved j

knife or spoon being carefulto
leave a base of cake at
C. A. WEBB. Pastor
bottom r thick. Place cake j

EN SORROW COMES he knows. He sees those who are: 4. Completely nil cavity with
filling. Push filling well into
"Then Job arose and rent hit disturbed over the prospects of
cake hollow to avoid "holes
entle and shaved his head and an operation; he sees those who
in cut slices.
'U upon the ground and worpped are grateful for the arrival of a
0. Replace top of cake and
and said: naked came ZBut baby. He sees those who with press
gently. Cover and sideswith
of my mother's womb/ naked tears In eyes have confessed to I
hftU I return thither: the Lord him. "I have sinned" and he sees the whipped fruit frosting "a

and the Lord bath taken those who are not u close to the
ave of the Lord as they ought to be. U he U Fw May y.w* th. Ark k4 ... to,---. DtvM ... tile rtllftw TlraukM kwwiiM k* awe at a IMI ... OM wy* k DTtdM ......... wul Mass 1. Decorate appropriately and '; iii
[{way; blessed be the name ki *BI. Urns Ute law ell Mntow wilrnmlng tile Ark. H. ....Ark ..... k>a ham,D*'MylMUM .H..>llilii._Mrtk and UMT.li wwMkif chin until well .... (4 .hours ,
rd. In all this Job tinned not worthy of the title of "Ambassa ob.Mdr.a M- D a.U Joymtfykrwckt t..pid sal dssssd IMIwe k seav4 U (MUM ft ITM* UmpMk O.J was WIll Ml PM Oftvur or more. Cut Into, 13 18
r charted Ood foolishly." Job doe for Christ" he sees far more. tt to J nukfc _H*MIA -.1IeN.- .."..* ftMklmiJ tall "allwl. teat Snl.im.. Hot ..... saws, DvM pays U
His sermons are often words of StfuMM miM fk> apes Ik* sewn kit. (pen* U tile twin ttUM DsvIS wig kulM .... UmpM.n amiMl. ':ItIS.OOLDKN .
encouragement and guidance in _I!>tjoa-u auniMi' _1:1:1&: Ur4-U SMMMI SIMS. SUKIMl T.l-l; TCCTl. fmtmt n*. servings.FRUITED
I Tears ago a newspaper PILLING
for Jesus"X ,
plumnlst raised this thought- write today mindful of a Plastics cared for In this. manner AND FROSTING
yoking question: "As a Chrts- Whip H Pint chilled whipping
should retain this natural
with/ a special problem My
minister Sunday after Sun themes group "When Sorrow Comes'. Subscriptions HOMEMAKINC IIIGIILIGIITS beauty for many years cream" and 1/3 cup sugar until
? steps into the pulpit of his shift Reserve half for frosting.
No has ever been able to escape
Lurch and looks out over his one Suwann DemocratListed Mix lIe cup crushed pineapple.
death and no family can for- By
|ngregstion what does he seeT" STRAWBERRY STUFFED 1H! cups fresh strawberries, sliced
question Is not easily answer-/ ever close Its doors on the sorrowthat whensorrow below are new subscriptions MISS IDA JO HARRISON ANOEL FOOD CAKE and lIe cup pecans optional

He Is sometimes frightened U brings. Therefore and subscriptions renewed to. Heats Deta..stratlea Agent Have you tried stuffing an Angel together lightly, Add 3/3 of fruit
the awesome responsibility comes we want to be prepared the Buwannee Democrat from food cake with strawberry filling mixture to H of whipped cream
,at is hlsv He sees children Just for It; we want to knowwhat April U to April U. CONCIL OP EXTENSION 1 boiled linseed oil white. vinegar, to tempt your family If you for the filling. Add the rest of the
we as Christians can do. HOMEMAKERS TO MEET and turpentine.If .
ginning the tone rough Joura- NEW SCBSOUrriONSBnnnon. have strawberries or you can use fruit mixture to the other half of
When sorrow comes. It Is often The date of the County Coun.. this does not give the desired
Brown. Norris and other fresh fruit In "
of life. He tees young people season you whipped cream the frosting
helpful, to think of others who ell has been changed to results, try rubbing furniture
pit of them are somewhat be- Vocelle. Lake City meeting might like to try this. recipe, n Fill cake with the fruited cream
dered by the sudden serious I have been similarly afflicted and Brady Starting. Mayo Thursday, April 29. The meeting briskly with equal amounts of has proved to be a favorite. of fining following the above Instructions.
some of them much worse will begin st 2:30: pm. and will boiled linseed oil turpentine and
for this "
-l that confronts them some of Caesar Union McAlplnsvuscurriONs many tine of year Frost top and sides
to learn from their experience.Let be held In the Conference Roomof white vinegar using I/O extra
Angel food
with the
bom are at the great crossroads cake or buy frosting mixture. Chill
id the next few steps will decide us visit a man who lived In Mrs. U. L. Fletcher. UcAlplnL. the Agricultural Building. Mrs fine) steel wool. Be sure solution ready prepared." It Is Important to until .\.
the long ago and Into whose life Charlie Hunter council preside 1., Is well mixed and rub with grainof
ether they shall go through life H. Clayton Ht. L O. have cake completely cool, or fillIng .
crashed like a wild meteor all members to be present. wood. Wipe off and with
nlcal! and bitter or whether they Mrs. R. L. Olbbs. Pompano will weigh It down; make cake BAKING FOR
life turned suddenly Into a wool cloth.
U walk the Christian way of His BeachJ. a day before filling If possible\
,|th and hope and love He sees dark mile. He but aU his ponessions B. Taylor. lit,. L. O. FURNITURE' CLEANER I. Place cake on plate or waxed Birthdays, Parties And i
of middle age men and and finally there came another 0. W Dernhelm. l.. O. To clean wood furniture and to HOW TO CARl: FOR paper Slice enUre top from WeddingsHOT

men who have become some- message that was shatter Jack Reed Jr. Colby Kan.Peter remove the dull cloudy appearance PLASTIC FURNITURE cake about ." down. Lift off DONUTS ALL DAT

at worn and soiled>> by the ing. Job's children bad an died ten together of- C. Oboyskl. Ouilford. which sometimes appears, Many plastics are being used In top and lay aside LIVE OAK BAKERYRswaniwe 1.
rs. He sees the old folks who In a hurricane Conn. sponge furniture with soft cloth furniture today Soft plastic coverings 3. Cut down Into the cake I"
faring the sunset years of them. Did he grieve What do you si wrung very dry out of a solution have been used on chairs from outer edge and 1" from Ave. IIS- :

ir life and who are Increasinglyre ,expect Certainly he did. The and The pursuit of perfection then. made by combining a quart of hot for some time and more and more

that the end Is not far off. Bible tells us that "he arose his U the pursuit of sweetness and water and 1 tablespoon each of hard plastics are being used, especially
rent his mantle and light Uatthew Arnold for table tops. These often
Sunday after Sunday he sees head and fell down upon the look like wood and only by I FAltM miRF.Air INS IIRANCF. COMPANIES

and women whose problems ground. It was the custom of his I like the dream of the future Card Of Thanks looking st the label does the

N day thus to experts Certainly his grief not.,The Did better' than the history of the Since I am now able to be home sumer know that It Is plastic ron.1 LEON J.Storvlt't. GILL, SU.t .
Job despair pasU Thomss Jefferson I would like to express my grstltude One of the things you will
the winds were
storm bad broken and thanks to my friends to avoid using on all types Agent
but he gave expression
blowing violently most remarkable grief when It cornea. and neighbors for their prayers plastic furniture Is oily cleaners Llrg"AUFARM ITO PINI
to a Lord When sorrow comes turn to the and the cards and letters II"fIY. Why? Oily cleaners will/ leave
faith as he hath taken Bible which is as a well of Ood's ed this put year while I was In a dulling film on plastic. Also, .
Lord -
gave and the of the I items and overflowing comfort the hospital In Tallahassee. They they will cause soft coverings to
be the name
away blessed Find passage that U especially were a great source>> of comfort to become gummy

Sea h Lord.When U aust beaecepted helpful. Cling to It Repeat It to me. Plastic furniture should be P. O. BOX ST orrics. s..sisT4use. ..
sorrow comes Lie OAK .. ."
t rebellion. Job rourself again and again slowly Cosste Bailey washed with mild suds Rinse with -
e without and II ftRI1. Paid Notice clear water and wipe dry, 1
did not Insist on asking questions
at 't that God was not ready to answer.
He did not torture himself by
trying to explain why It all had

happened as It did. He accepted
Ood's aIl.. providence with the Plymouth

confession. "Though the Lord

slay me. yet will X trust Him. In

sorrow we. may Inclined\ to eon. ,'
for not acting our ; "
\ demn orselves .
IlL sorrows. The Bible reports: "In ".1..
all this Job sinned not" You can ) ,

tear at your sorrow If you want to 'p'' : Dealersr
and to .add to Its pain. or. like ...
Job. you can patiently waft for .
i God to reveal IU hidden and J$
blessed meaning. When sorrow
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Where did the Idea originate that

tears are always a sign of weakness i

Co. ? Hive you ever noticed how Pace-Setter
freely trw heroes of the Bible expressed q"I
their grief Even Christ.as .
W. Howard St. .
He stood by the grave of Lassrus. '
Phot. 362-3075 did not hold His chin or MU .i /

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Attend Meeting State said that he"was opposed to the receive ballots and have seven i| M o. 6 Spelled out In the petitionswere downtown cafeteria and the

Hospital Auxiliary bill and that many people in this days to return them. I owners of (this county should view the following sum of mon- downtown athletic field and stadium

Duval Medical Center was hostess mIillI! county shared the same views. For the marketing order to be good schoels as a. sound investment ey: be made available to the :

to the Northeast District meeting On various occasions people Implemented the referendummust for good schools bring increased New Junior and Senior High State of Florida for adult educa- I
of the Association of Florida were asked to stand to Indicate show at least 79 per cent of property values. School at Live Oak, Pine View tion and a vocational-trade school '

Hospital Auxiliaries on April 22. their support or opposition to the the voting producers In favor of Land in this county has Increased site for $041.000. center.

w+ Attending as special guests from proposal. Most people were opposed it. In addition, these "aye" votes from $10 an acre to $100 Primary-Elementary School, Legislation to establish such a
SUwannee County Hospital were to the bill. must represent at least 75 per cent an acre In recent yean Ratliff Live Oak, Pine View ale. $53*,000. school In Live Oak la now pending

a Mrs. John Hutcherson president d Mahlon McKlnney, chairmanof of the volume of melons producedby pointed out. If it is to reach Its Branford High Bq+ool. Bran- In the state legislature and received \

of the auxiliary; Mrs. Louise Og- the Suwannee River Authority, those voting. potential worth 10 years hence, ford High School liter $492,000. a favorable committee report !
lesby, auxiliary member; and Mrs. stated that this was only the first The affected area. produces a there must be good schools or else Primary School, Live Oak, In the House last week. Representative -

Lois Johnson, administrator of many meetings to be held in watermelon crop valued at some Instead of gaining in value, he Douglass School site $232.000. Leon N. McDonald I

After the business meeting, connection with the bill and that $8 million annually It is estimated continued, chances are values will To provide site Improvementsat predicts his bill will pan the I I

, educational workshops were held. more meetings would be held In that a one-cent assessment decline. Live Oak Nettle Balsden House within a few days. Senator I

, the near future. I would allow for a $70,000 budget Printed copies of the commit- School 87.000; and O'Brien Houston W. Roberts orsesees success I

I No.1 The date for the fiext meeting for promoting Florida watermel- tee's full and official report were School O'Brien, $35.000. in the Senate but says It will
has not been announced. ons. distributed at the meeting thru The amounts given above Include not be easy.Committee,
j tegratlon Into the issue serves as Some 17,000 acres of melons are courtesy of the Suwannee Demo- 10 per cent for new furni- members were to
,I only to confuse and overlooks a ThE GREATEST SIREIN planted south and east of the crat. Additional copies are avail ture and equipment and the estimated explain their recommendations

baste characteristic of the people MODERN RACING No. 3 Suwannee this year Last year, the able at the newspaper office it was costs entailed In holding today (Thursday) at two meetings -

J' I. that make up Suwannee County. HISTORY states competing crop amounted to 29,000 carlot announced. an election and selling the bonds with county teacher. They
have been a
For generations we All courses are set up for Mercury + equivalents.At Petitions asking the school The committee recommendedto will be at Suwannee High Schoolat
. law abiding. Ood fearing com- By BOB BCDYK dimensions and Ratliff Mo- present, two other commodl. board to call a bond election later the school board that all facilities 2:00 p.m. and at Douglass helm

., munity and I firmly believe intend BULL LEA who finished tor Company supplied a 1965 ties are promoted under State this year were circulated at the at the present downtown Live School at 4:00 pm.

. to so remain. eighth in the 10()-horse 1938 Mercury for the contest. Marketing Orders Florida celery meeting and the vast majority of Oak complex: except the II classrooms Ratllff pledged continued support -
integration will come to Derby Field, entered stud in
That The road-e-o consists of a and sweet corn. Both have the 300 present indicated their at Nettie Balsden School, of the committee on school
doubted 1940. He sired Derby champs I
our schools is no longer written test of 50 questions and a budgets larger than and of the the old
the law of the land Citation (Triple Crown winner). promotional approval support pro- Armory, the Suwannee matters and requested the school
it is
for such now be expected Hill Call and Iron Liege He had driving teat with four exercises; I that anticipated for watermelons ject. High School Band suite, the board to release It from its duties
and as we
driving a parallel of 130 feet with
839 foals of which 321 went to
. that sizeable -
to obey. I am proud a
4. the races and won a total of the left front tire to travel be-
of local citizens have
; group $13,200,000 In puree money I IDM. tween rubber balls spaced four
pledged their aid day or night, by Lag r tune SridlceU Inches wider than the tire, an obstacle
to Sheriff Duke McCalllster to
course where the car travels
keep the peace. between offset stanchions
a large light the church had readyto NOW
parallel and stopping
One of the reasons this news install at the site. Florida Power -
with the bumper centered over a
paper offered, and committee. if Light had donated a pole, four inch line.Demerits .

accepted our offer, to print ,the the church saved its pennies to for the'driving test are
official report was to keep the buy the materials and Earl C.
charged for striking a ban, striking -
rumor boys off base and to pre- Wooley agreed to install the light. ft. stanchion In the obstacle
vent them reading into the report without charge.
for not
In ,
course or parking
something not there. This is one Some of the ladles in the small
aligning the car properly in the
of the insidious ways such Individuals church say they are desperateand
parking space, and failure to give
seek to destroy and oppose. need help.
hand signals parking
Sheriff Duke McCalllster and
available to
Copies are anyone
when stopping at the finish line.
who desires it. There are no secret Police Chief Elwood Howard .
Most of these exercises are
agreements no imprinted should place this area under close
taught in the drivers education
committments no deals and no supervision for I think this is a
of the high school and
program .
wheeling. What the committee matter of juveniles trying to be
plans to have a bigger contest
found to be true and their recommendation smart and not realizing the Implications -
next year with the girls taking
in every Instance is of their acts. .
in the report. All we can ask Is' Stealing from a church and
The road-e-o is sponsored
that when rumors start, read and I destroying church property belongs -
year by the United States Junior Tj
decide for yourself. In the same category in my I 'iii
Chamber of Commerce and Lin- a sL
book as stealing from cemetery
Contestants were
I am told a group will be formed lots and graves.
advised by Edward Burnham,
soon to promote and organize a That we have such individuals .
teacher of drivers education at
drive to secure approval of the In our community certainly should
Suwannee High School, and Waiter mx/1iff1 f1f ii7'fa
be matter of shame and we
bond issue later this year This is a
Olive was chairman of the Wv.1 w w lA'T':15v;:: :
a logical move and one that should insist that our peace of'leers '. ". '
project for the Live Oak Jaycees. .. '' ; ''. '' ;-': ;- !; '-:
should be encouraged and sup- do better in the future than a a

ported from the start. they have in the past. _
Now that needs are known the No. 4-

community should unite In going No.2 vatlon of the Postofflce, federalaid
about providing the funds to correct to repair and expand the

what everyone agrees is the National Park Service, said the Courthouse, and more recently New in *

number one problem. facing the provisions of easements and restrictions disaster relief for both governmental jeep Wagoneer.-
county. would have to be work- agencies and individuals.

ed out with the property owners. .
Local law enforcement officers, Butterworth said that land u,
including city pollee and the along he banks for the program No.5

sheriff's department, should give would generally be acquired thru tiled by Interested producers and

closer surveillance to the area easement purchases with right of handlers In the affected area. : '

around St. Francis Catholic life estate for the seller and outright Attached to their petition was : See and drive it ; f|
; ;
Church where thievery and van purchase.The the complete proposal for assess
dallsm are imposing hardships on question of how present ment rates and administrative
the small congregation worshiping privately owned land would be affected procedures.
there. was the subject of moat interest A single public- hearing Is per. 4 '. .,.

Ii Last year a tabernacle was to the audience. I mltted under the law, and Orlando at Jeep' dealer's !
stolen from Inside the church and Attending the session along was chosen as the site because your

no trace of It has ever been foundor with the public were Congressmen of its central location along the

t' reported. D. R. Matthews and Don Fuqua, far-flung watermelon production nrww.-.r./.

The parking area at the church State Representatives Hal Chalres belt .
r has been turned into a lovers' of Dixie County and Howell Lancaster Producers who wish to speak on

haven and race track. Parking of Ollchrlst County, and behalf of or In opposition to the MOTT BUICK CO.

i lot lights Installed by the church State Conservation Director Ran- marketing order proposal will

1 were shot out. dolph Hodges have their opportunity at the

\ To climax such going on, Friday Matthews told the meeting that hearing Current proposals, including .
U. S. 90 West Live Oak
night someone made off with the bill has not been reported out the assessment rate, are Flwfcla

, of commltee and would probably subject to change depending upon ,

Odd Fact take about two years before. it finally the sentiment expressed at the '

passed the Congress. public hearing and, during a maximum .
While customer at a aid* ,
Opposition was voiced by many seven-day period afterward,
walk coffee stand to Lot Angeles -
people In the audience including In writing
Calif watched,
a man
Representative Lancaster, who If Commissioner,Conner deter,
announced It was time for 1111JIIOI'Dlar
said that the people of Ollchrlst mines that the sentiment justifies
Power, changed Into>> .
Bermuda shorts and, carrying County wanted to go on record as doing so, he will set the stage fora it /
opposed to the bill mail vote, throughout, the 4<-
his other clothing In a suitcase..
walked out Into>> the rain. Lamar Hancock, county commissioner county area at a later date.
of Suwannee County, All producers In the aria would @U@@I @lII.

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I. News From Branford I llran f and Is Host At Luncheon For llotit-A-Cmh Cuettt I


s txa Branford Senior Ilranfonl Men's Club

To Honor Henry Wart

Class Presents The regular Meeting .f the
Braafaed Area Menu aaa will
Annual be held M....' ala"&. May I,
Play la the Wamaa O..b building
Supper will be served at !:10
The senior class of Branford
Rich School presented! Guy Bol.ton'
Henry Ward, af .
:.:.... '-'. -.;;: playThree Blind Mice. Ward FertUUer C*. In Branford
n... snows -Governor's* boa M it k leaving Branford ... naslum.April :20 In the hUh school gym win ba reeatnlsed. far his. aa!. 1L .

jowney dew the S...... daring Itre aaaaal Boal-A-Cado heM. The play wia a three act com. standing eantrlbatlana ... thaeaasmaalty. i- : .
.. Slats Industry As.predatlaa l
last Sstsrday dy with Its scene the Hotel Bur
Week win abacrv
side a very exclusive and expensive a s.
at at the Boeetlnc.All ,
Miami Beach Hotel.
Branford FFA Woman't Club Plan Those who took part In the play members" Interestedmen 15'
In this area are Invited ,.
6 were Suzanne Murray Christine
Supper May attend.
Corbln. Pat Parker Bobby Koo .
Chapter Winner Tb* BraBferd w....'. dab Inea Baas. David Moore Jeffery
will ........ a sapper U. be held Mclnnla, Vicki Bandlin. Doyle
Four Contests at the rink building Thursday &0. Albert Bandlin. and Jane Branford Scout .
night May L This will be a Hunt J.. .
fond rablng saaaer to. kelp pay Miss Shirley Jackson and Mr.
TIM Branfori Chapter. Future Attends Jr' ,. ,
Troop '
fee the Woman's Clan BalMlng.Sapper and Mrs. Graham Owen directed
Tanners of America will M served from the play.Last the Branfard High Behaal band entertslnlng the hag. eraw4 with a variety af masleal. sew
in lub-tftetrtct last Friday F.FA.and contests won tour I:N P.M. maUl I:" pjs*. Every District Camp kcUan prior to and daring lunch tile Tawn af Brsnfard Joined foree ta ,rvU a hkt n pilla

of Jasper UM Hi contest in which they, OM le Invited to eat upper Sisal lunch Saturday noon ta get tb* legfalatlv taut down the Sawaanea off ta a led lUrt Meniaera
wen entered... -night at the Woman Club Rites Held Boy Scout Troop M of, Branford .. the Branford Area Meat dab prepared and served the meal which was served In the Braafor I
Pint place honor In publl attended the INS Suwanneafclw Park ...... High. water west down .Just enoagh ,. bold the event and loads af sand sad gravet
peakfctK. harmonica string band For Mrs. Reams District Sprint Campore wary hauled. I. U ...... the mad baaard at the silo The .largest crowd In tbo blitory of the*vntaarUok
and quartet wen won by Branford' Owen AppointedTo at Comba Bride In Hamilton of Bran,....'. ........tallt'. IDeMoerat Staff Fboto
County recently. The Flying rule

Agriculture.participant Jerry. Scarborough* Our Basle spoke Industry on Branford Reams Funeral of services Branford for were OUIe May held Troop Patrol 90 wu to the attend.only. patrol from Branford Track Team Winner Jasper Meet I II

April 2) In the Daniels Chapel Ribbon qualification consisted -
contest*, to, win and the Doyle public Bell speaking played Town Council of Branford. The Rev. N. U Mar. of various events such as aooutlni I Stanford's track team raced to for the state meet to be heM on discus. Flssell won first place In
harmonica. tin of the Matnolla Baptist events camp Inspection check-In a decisive win on the Jasper track the University of Florida Trick on the 440. Bobby Koon the 110, Da
The string band that won ton The Town Council of the Town Church conducted the service Inspection campfire skit, and last Thursday ntiht. The Duos May- T. A trophy will be awardedby vld Whltfleld won the mile and
Burial was In the Oak Grave numerous others.Competitive now have an Impressive record of the Florida lush School ActlTlUes The 10
listed. by John Hotloway. Wayne ., Branford appointed Oraham C. Jackie Boles the MO. relay
Rlekerson. Johnny FisseD. We.- Owen to Oil the uneiplnd term Cemetery. event consisted of six win, one second place, and Association. team made of One Allen.
Mr*. Reams was born In 111 flat pole raising fire one third place for the seaion. .
buildingand Andy and
Cheney the
dell MelletU. and Victor Bradow. of the late C. L. Fender." was point Jackie Doles Andy Cheney
TIle chapter Quartet winning The appointment was made ..I and had lived at her present ad. siring burning height measurement The next meeting will be heldrrlday leader In the meet with Jsuprr John Barnett "1)1UleIr event ..
lira plae to made up of Johnny the last regular meeting of the dress for the last sis years. She map symbols 90 and 100 at 1:00: p.m. on the Bran and Jennings with .IS point, folf aUo. "JI
Fluell. Victor Bradow; John Hol- Council on April II. The term will II curvtved by her husband A. W. yard dashes silent signals. and Ford trick. This will be the iroup lowed closely by Johnny Flswttand The Duos also irabbtd four see
Reams of Branford. first aid stretcher three class C meet which .U I
carrying. John Dsrnett. Branford
rap ond place
loway, and Wendell UkQttte. run until the next general election -
Victor Bradow president of the & on June .. Pallbearers were Ernest learn Total membership for UM entire twill! for the purpose of qutllfylni turgid seven of the fourteen flraipla Scoring! leaders for the year areFlssclt.
Branford Chapter placed second Owen .U vice president of the Alfred' Btephena. Carlton Howard Campo," was 300 scouts and In the tractor driving contest. Branford State Bank and .Is ae Clare Holtsclsw. John Humph leaden. Cemetery Working Al winner winning the thot put artf kn and Alvin Allen.
lea. Bin Bam Bob Fletcher, and AtWndln.he
Camporea front
In Jve In affairs. Santa Fc
Other chapter taking pert oommunlty Brownie MaraThe Saturday
Stanford were Scoutmaster! Jamie
the contest were Kayo Jaiper There will be work..
J. B. Daniel Funeral Home a cemetery
Hoeum and Scouts Edward Ketlrtuiatll .
Jennings and UT Oak. of Branford wu In charge of the Barrs. / "1m party at the Banta Pr Memorlil For The Beat In
Held Mike Hunt. Joe
The district Canted win be held Last Miter For service Fletcher, and Ray Betrdiley.. Cemetery Saturday, May I.

May 7 In Manttaeno.fehol ... !Mother Branford Alan . Come early and bring your ROOFING e CALL COLLECT
: Funeral services for Mra. Orate tools,
< Sasvitea at McCrteM's) Family Night i Supper| .
Uttle. 7a. were held Friday tn the Grid Of Thanks Gtaan STANDARD HOOFING
At Wontant Club
Pleasant Grove Methodist Ctrarch Tha family ot Arthur W. (Ted I Baby
"TU Am*"SERVICE with burial M the adjoining u mew Ito Bran ton* WomaA'a Snub .blwwW h h to eapeew...". *;IU. and Mm. Wilson CaMM of TMI '
tery.Mra win hold a family night covered cart appreciation to everyone forUM Clearwater announce' the birth of SHEET 11TETAL CO. ;
ON Llttlo passed away,Thursday dish supper tonlchl Thuraday many klndnaeaea shown them a eat Sunday, April 3$. in Clear.water *
and was a resident af Lake at TM: ,... to the chib bulKUm during the death of their loved 'The baby weighed 7 Iba. 211 So. Ashley ,. .._ Ph. 241-2546 "
ALL City. She wa* the mother of A. Tuttle The procram of the evening win ...>. .. ..... FREE BONDED ,
TYPES of Branford. feature an exchange" student from Family of Mrs. Caaon Is the former Jian- UTIMATr.sVALD05rA'S BEST ROOFERS
4 the Netherlands.' The student will Arthur W, Ted Knight ette Ilateh of Branford. j
OF wear her Dutch costume and ------- -
USE speak on her native land.


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PICK UP 4 DEUVERY Brand Mia Hilda Jones daughter .,
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RMS*., I, Bo* 228 I: BEST' RESULTS Attending the graduation pussy
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I Senior Class To I Decorated In Viet Nam County Agent Crews Says ,

A' 1H4itJs Present Annual Soybeans Can Replace Lost .

K.: 4" WASHINGTON ] Play TuesdayMembers Tobacco Income In SuwanneeBy

MARCH OF EVENTS ( County Agent Paul Crews)
of the senior class at Soybeans can successfully be grown ,on a majority of

GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS' FANCY FURNITURE, ETC., Suwannee High School will pre the farms In Suwannee: County. With recent tobacco cut
I sent the annual class play Tuesday .
fJ STATUS SYMBOLS MASTED RAPPED )JIY HOUSI BODY night, May 4, at 8:00 p.m. in grd this lost income may be overcome by planting soybeanson
twelve production guide Is recommended
idle land. A step
By HENRY CATIICART the Junior High School Auditoria LAflaNANO -
Central Press Washington Writer for farms of Suwannee Counts

4 TrrASIIINGTON-A verbal blast from the House Approprla- um.This year's play Is titled, The 94j/ 1. Select good, level land Norm-

\V lions Committee hag knocked down a lot of draperies, Cinderella Complex. It is a come. / ally the better soils of the county I Is an Important consideration
lamp and executive smoking stands in the office of many dy based on the old Cinderella will produce better beans. Try to Hardee and Bragg are recommended

lower-echelon government official A lot of these office. are story with an amusing twist. .1Y avoid low poorly drained areas. on the heavier soils for
going to look more austere In the near future. The play la under the directionof { 2. Prepare a good seed bed. I this area.

I The committee noted that some "junior officials" have been Mrs Pearl Zlnober. Normally breaking or harrowingthe 8. Planting soybeans between

e decorating their offices in lavish style and The cast will be as follow: land In the spring, followinga June 1 and June IS seems to bt
equipping federal vehicles with telephone. and Cinderella, Carol Cannon; Sir winter grain crop Is best. By the Ideal dates for this area

: radios they don't need or deserve. James Wilier, Larry Parker; Lily \ planting beans behind small a. Seeding at the proper ras

These status symbols, the committee said, Lady Laughlntower, Alice Bird; grains gives farmers two chances per acre. It is very important u
t... Include short-wave radios, Increasing office Pamela, Dawne McKelthen; DI. i for an Income from a given pieceof get a good stand and normally

space, rugs, drapes and special equipment ana Nell Evans; Humpleby, Eleanor land. one bushel per acre Is sufficient!
M!' .1ro "solely for the purpose of dignifying the poi Dee; Flora' Bobbl Davis; 3. Boll test. Don't take a chanceof Normally seed planted about ten
sition of the Incumbent"The The Prince, Richard Townsend; ,1 trying to guess the analysis and to twelve seed per linear foot if
7i kind of furniture and furnishings the The Herald..Johnny Wooley; -- -- amounts of fertilizer needed' to row will give a good stand
committee is speaking about used to be found Bill Whltty, Terry Broughton: M/Sgt. John L. Hamilton, son of Mr* P. C. Powell! 410 Demo- produce a good crop of beans 10. Weed control Is a very important

j' only in the offices of the highest ranked civil Dame Eva: Mary White; Dame rest SL. Live Oak a graduate of Holmes County high School at 4. Apply dolomltlc limestone Item. Herbicides are recommended

service employee and appointed. top government Llllth, Martha Land; Lord Scone, Bonifay and a former resident of Wectvllle, I* shown above receiving where needed. The only sure way for soybeans These

officials. Dave Melvin: Lady Scone, Margie a, Bronze Star Medal from CoL Howard E. Porter chief to determine the need for lime is pre-emergence chemicals can be
The Capitol There's no figure on how much the status McDonald; Elspeth, Elisabeth signal' branch V.'8. Army advisor In Viet Nam. through a soil test. A PH of '.0 purchased from local supply deal

seekers have cost the government, but it Jackson; Derek Banter, E. L Sit. Hamilton was the senior enlisted advisor at the signal to '.5 normally is best for soybean era Those recommended are Ana- I
Uncle Sam pays could run into millions of dollars, prices being Strickland; Lady Carport, Elaine growth nap. Amlben Dtnltro. or Sodium
at Vsong Tau In Viet Nam
prior to returning to the state recently
the bill what they are, Smith; Mildred, Casey McFar. 8. Inoculate seed with a bacterial I PCP. Keep close watch on the I
Hamilton has completed l/i service in the Army. Ills
S e e e years
land; Hugh Sacony, Richard inoculant. The cost Is small treated soils and if you let s. poor
EMBARRASSING PERQUISITE Most of the 167 senior Robins; and Jim Carven, Ricky wife Is the former Francis Pauline MeCormack, daughter of Mr. and the returns are great when weed control, then use the rotarv
congressmen who moved Into suites In the plush new Rayburn CollLj.. and Mrs. Daniel McCormack ef Westvtlle. the seed are properly Inoculated. cultivator.

House Office Building are showing a remarkable reluctance to Commercial announcers: Bern. M/Sgt and Mrs. Hamilton and their seven children, four boys There Is a combination material 11. Control insect Insects earn

acquaint their constituents with their good luck. ie Weaver, Shirley Foy, and Har and three girl, now reside In St. Petersburg (Official U, 8. a bacterial Inoculant with moa do a tremendous amount of damage
The building is magnificent at least expensive enough to riot Noble. Army Photo) lybdeumun that may be used. The to the foliage and other pars I
be-and their new offices are far better equipped and more RtaffA manaff"r>' Slit Cowan 'cost Is only about 25 to 30 cents of the plant. A regular dusting or
comfortable than the ones they vacated In the old New House and-Dnn i-Beagling.S3 1e.
per acre spraying program can minimize
,, Office Building. I Mayor's Court Has 17 CasesA I i Fertilize proverb Four hundred damage.
All-in-all, they're showing extreme sensitivity about the whole
to five hundred
pounds per 12. Harvest seed when mature
thing. Congressmen are probably more averse to appearing to Wildlife Seed Made backlog of 17 greeted convicted of of low
t cases sons were public acre a nitrogen complete and dry. Be sure to harvest all
I benefit personally from their official acts than any other group Available At CoatThe Mayor J. Marvin Phillips in May drunkenness and were given fine I fertilizer Place fertilizer in bands beans and be sure that combine

1'l t of politicians extant or's Court Monday. ranging in size from $15 to 125. on each aide of the row. Even are working properly. Losing u
If everybody would just keep quiet about the whole thing, Florida Game and FreshWater
There was one case of driving One person was charged with disorderly broadcasting Is a good practice much as three to five beans pet
they'd be a lot happier. The trouble is, though, that their junior Fish Commission if again I
while under the influence of alcohol conduct. I for this sees square foot of area could meat
who didn't have the to claim of the furnishing wildlife seed
colleagues opportunity any at cost to .
four cases of speeding, two 7. Selecting the right varieties lost profit from soybeans.
new quarters are having a field day telling their constituents all cooperator in the Suwannee) River cases of reckless driving, and one :
about how didn't office. Soil Conservation O'Krien Club
they get new District, John each of letting an unauthorized
One described for his constituents how his senior said here
,, congressman Hampton this week. person drive a car and failure to Met Last MondayThe
colleagues enter their lavish new offices. He said they steal In Available for planting this year
have a driver's license O'Brien 4-H Club held It*
ortly, as the morning sunrise. The congressman devoted a will be browntop millet and combine *
One person was given a park. monthly meeting Monday night, NOTICEOn
whole letter to his voter describing the luxurious feature of the No definite
pea. price ha
log ticket for parking on the April 19. at 7:30: with the girl's
new office' building and concluded: "If I were one of those 167 been set as yet but it should be
wrong side of the street across president Charlene Suggs, pre.
senior members, probably wouldn't even have written this about 10 cents a pound.If from account of I will be out of
the Postofflce. The mayor siding. There were 6 members, eye surgery
column. the seed 1 drilled In about
S e e e 10 pointed out that with the construction one visitor, and one adult leader
pounds is enough to plant an i office for several weeks.
O PAYMENT IN FULL When Sen. Albert Gore, D-Tenn., acre. If broadcast, then about 15 going on near the Post- present. my
office that in the Mrs. McCall in
parking are was charge of
threw an inauguration party forhimself, back In January, he to 20 pound per aero is recommended
V found he was short of vlttles. He succeeded In solving his prot Hampton said. No fertilizer has come under new rules and the program "When You StfpOut"
M lem by borrowing a 15-pound ham from the is people should watch the parking ,
needed with the
pea Dr. G. A. Lee
signs to determine whether they For recreation the group was
f junior senator from his state, Ross Ball A Ham however 200 to 300 pounds per
Ever since that time, Bass has been openly I. Hsln acre of 8-8-8 is needed with the are parking legally divided into two groups for a relay
Insistent that Core repay the loan. The other In non traffic eases, five per. race.
browntop millet. quarter acre
Gore did. He sent Bass 14 Is. Ham
day a %-pound
plot of millet or combine pea will
ham, and explained the discrepancy by saying:
support one covey of quail throughthe
"I was determined not to replace the half pound he ate at my
fall and winter month.
party Inauguration Day Order for these seed should be

turned Into the Soil Conservation
Service office to John Hampton
Women Attend 1' I WC
or Russell Parsons prior' to June

: Convention Recently I 1.The best planting time for Su I

Attending the Florida Federation .
wannee County Is about July H
of Woman' Club convention I ea
held last week at Hollywood were I II
free Mrs V, J. Smuts, president of tlw I Note Of ThanksI

local dub Mrs. Joseph B. Davis, would like to express my thanks 1 .. .
delegate, and Mrs. W, R. Hill of to everyone who remembered me ,f< H
Stanford, district director of District with cards, letter, flower, prayers "
Three. visits and every other expression "",.:' "
Mrs. A. L. Wilson, president of of kindness during my recent \, "
Ie the Junior Club, and Mrs. Bill Illness.

I Rowland, delegate, represented Jewel Jones
e the local Junior Club. (Paid Notice)

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I NOTICE 0. APPLICATION 'FOR VA. n4r *f NH *f NWH ofStkM 5s 1,11 w... -- .... 1
Newt And Activities From Claylautl School Art Class CATION 0' "H& PLAT 0. "&W.V'NJ I. .: .. S Smtk, Rim*
A SV.DIVI110N! 'N ml Nty 0. THE. "
point Ml* N 4-M It
Nye OF SECTION RANck 85. TOWNSHIP I Ur"*. fr*. : SB **nwrof ....l..... ., 5.511.. w....
THE RECREATION ... SOUTH IS EASTNatie MM NH *f NWH. IkmM 'Mltl 5..f.rr *f tk. SWH .f SMthm.
CENTER A 1 n ll k 4 't E1 (B.4. Gaff k>4 J. D. 0.*.. I., M 4 klwir KM La4r/. '10,,,,. P._ Ee... MM point kotef M ..'1.-.."
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Br BOY MM IW M tkonM N It'll II"
SULLIVAN. Direct*) LESS AND! EXCtrT ik. K% ShSI ...
*t fMt frm Ik. SE Miner of ..
S% (but MM MoSS Ill.-
I ....... vlll ..k< >i>.lt..*tl.. M IMBw MM. .,..,... Bit. IkMM N .S fMt, ,..... I Il'll.ISB SISS.- :
North Florida Telephone men'sloftban Boys age nine and under 4 .f Cxintr CamilMliir 55- 1'M'IW olam MM EMI kmii*
start :: II fMt k* Ik* Sontk ko..rr .
Ufo of da. _, I H..5. Cord, florid*, kl lklr ....Ur 4ry. If4.11M.. HMM* 8 44*. (
team upset their baseball practice ._ .M aw%. *>M .l"I 5.51 S SI *
on Wednesday [ 1.> I* M Ml4 .< lk.Ir r.sS. 11'11"a115.1/f.51..xSaul
Insurance Co. '8-4 last Friday afternoon at four o'clock. I l _.Mtl. ptar *. ..., IS. h1.1 Ilit IN.4.r/.1 N tli of NW%. ....... 14'tl1 W of IIIIS.M1 .font SW %few. IkmM tk* SEMrr S I
I ......k A. M., ,..... .. ..
Funeral Home w u MW S e'5.R ..o.. MM B..' ...>
von ll'14'll- six MM SMtkkonnilnr
Suwannee Boys starting In baseball han a A.."..... sa, M 1.r4. is _I. 5.4 ...., ...... fMt I* IM ....>t of HIM fMt tkorw N
Its first game of the season last practice session set for Saturdayat M wla* Ik* pits *f tkMTMM w 8. .....>.i .... Win* 5 IMfoolpmtl /s'S/1/J W till.IS foot t**tk*

week by defeating North Florida 0.30: am. Ma* .( Nrvkuni.. SvMlvtalMi. 5.145555..Il. :;:. rlt5.i.5. ,.' l5. N% Point of Mnrlnnliit. : ...>.. kohii .
1.1. IS. NH ef ,toe NW 55. NW %. 5.. 1514. Pow. Coe. .
v ll.fot vl*. .. "| .,-_ Oirautktk .
Telephone 11 to .. In other game All Individuals desiring to coach ..4 tie NWlt\ at Ik* Nt%. .." IM **.. M.....m k.ulMi Ml. *. SWH .f ..,.... 11. Txra.klpS '
W.l lit ,... .f Ik* him W Ik* NBV ....... I. TWMklp S amnh, R.BJ.IS .
during the past week Advent teams this ...,... R..i. IS East ...."*.
year are asked to be at 0' SMltM IS. TWMkl' t S..lk. R .(lIt &.... ......M c..." Ptarkl.l, Co.mr, ...... *MUInlR ISIS
Christian won one and lost one by a general meeting on Monday. K.... SUWMM* c.**.,. riwlil. /5a5.aas. 1,11 ...... .- ..... ..., .... N .....
PIW Ikl t.lk. tie, .( April. I Mlr .
defeating Suwannee IS to May 3. at 7:30: pm. in the Recreation H. w. (B.4t uorrNOTICK PARCEL IIIIfellRfiltif 5.4 f.. 11. ...... ....... Saws .1

S and then losing to Life of da. Center office. Method of 5. H .t k point ** tk* WM ..-... Sly ...'. ... ..... a's ...

8tO1. team selection will be the PUBLIC kM.riorf of Ik* SW H *f:=.11.1 15..1 .-
primary or TO .f SEH of SWtlon SI. Y.. .. sob ., p. a. ......, _.
STANDINGS subject for this meeting. CONSIDER: WHITHER TO VACAT. .. ..... ".... IS Ja.: .. MM 5.1MI5. 0.54545.5..4 ap.r515.Cir..l1
The student ABANDON RENOUNCE AND Dl''!.- a 1'11'11" II 411 II fMt from Conrt I Is *n4 for .w..n'_ C..l,,
Won Lost council at Suwannee CLAIM THC RIGHT Of THE CITY Ol' NW\ Mr..r ., ..14. SWH" of SWHof ..... nt til. *ffW.. .f tk. Clrk ofIk

Life of O rrU 7 S High School will sponsoranother IIVE rUBUC OAK FLORIDA AND TH: SEH. IkoxM. S 4lir4" E: HI.- MM. Conrt In Ll.. 0.... 1._..MCnntr.
,... rliktof.nr .
S foot to Nortkorl
PlorM.. tk Ins 4. of
dance M *
Advent Christian 4 3 Saturday from S:00pjn. A rustic MAS ANY RICHE IN AND TO< .IIP. ..,.. of Stnl ..... No.III. April. I.SI, to ..._ ...., ....... till*
N. Fla. TetephMM S 8 to 11:00: pjn. PORTION OP LAND IN III Ol K SOP ... MM. tor*. Win. *onM** a r IM.ro t >*. or *., of ,.* ..... *rl.lm
rARSHny SQUARE ADDITION ...tr no4 .*rl.* k od5. hi .n4 t. tk. ..*. .*Mrrlk.4tr
Sawanne Funeral 1 S TO SAID CITY of II III.It fMt. 11.5..5.Ih5./. ... ..... ...
StadtaU Mrs Janice C. Lord art class at Ctaylai.4 School U of k>4 t* wk*
Games for Friday have LOa. NIM b Mnkr iln Ik.l ,... Clip orl' klMif' a *kr4 kMrUp < tk* ...>. ....... not k* .... for Ik.
Social are shown ervaUnx dolls from paper wheat paste. and pUstie CMM *f Ik. Cite .( U** 0.". Ptor.M s.d .:::'5.515 ll'll'**" W 5..554 5.15 5 (1. ..Id
vi 6FH at 7:30 pm. and AC TI. Security '*. *UI ... MikU M>r4n. .| |Jcbck III.IT fort to Ik* WM .......* 1555.. t--= =,! .a.1.4 5.ern
NP'T.t ':1S pm. Games for Tuesday bottles. Projects for the rear InclRihit WooAinc ramlUar with ..55110..5.5.115.MPMN f. M. M.r 11 : M Ik* of MM SWH of BWH. .f SRH, s5.. H.nv 0 D.... 1.55555'
art ills. v.. Mkuoan Ml4 point kol...f N 111 .." W II.. '.
tem-paper compositionehare.al drawings reap 5. kttorncy, *ko* k44rM I 5 IISStk
have LOa. vs. NFT at 7:30 AnswersEditor's 5.1..0.4 4tMhUm lisp rlikof It fMt from Ik. SW .... of MMSWH ...ta 1It_. P.O' Bn III*.
and AC ... 8FH at 9:19: p.mWomen's SBBraU. creaUoc animals and objects from chicken wire and newspaper ik* City *f U** Ok 5.4 Ik* p.blt of SWH .* SEH, ,..*... N UolnoKlllo, r....... n app, .4.p
If MM City u 4 Ik. p.*H* kM .yrlfkl. 11'$1" W sd4 Was ":. .. .
sad ..',,, famous paintings and artists.StadenU ta .4 I* Ik* ... .( Ik. ,......... 4>,,. III.tl "foil to tk* Polnt of .'.1&r MM of April* ISIS* ..or 4M

softball saw Suwannee ( taking part In the class. are Pat Ptjrmel. rerrr BrIm. \wrlto4. .. p-" .. BlMk B *f r..*... ..........1 ..* .... portion ofIIPfMt : .: r ol MM .5115. 545.
Note: These questions t S r* AddliS. w MM CI'.. .5.. .M rlfkt-of-mr
a foM wltk tlotk. ., .. c. ...
tk tk M
Funeral Home blast 31 hits for and answers are compiled by William Davy Lon Desbl Oars. David Denmark Doris Nobles, Patricia .rlTk ,....Urly 4xorlb..4 r>lk>w*. l..wlrtilii .. ......... tk* SWH of Ik. SWH ofSEH WITHERS nt' k.4 M CWrk* .*4 *Ik*
*irip *l liu>4 .wpmliM of BMtlo* IS. r.*.>klp> I
39 runs la an Inning that lasted 31. Earl... District Managerfor Warren Bad TUlman. and Lab Bails N.hlrt II f.5. [*., m4 WM| ky IM 551 Rmtk Ron II EMI. 5.w..KMCMnty 551.1MM/.51.5UN0.1, BWUMM
OMnt*. PkwM. tkl* tk* I lit M*
27 minutes. the Social Security Administration Nana .4 ........ tolm. M.....| Ik* PtorMii .."1.'.* S.lf .t Mss.. till.LAVAPOHN.

WOmt'lamea for Thursday at Valdoota. Hanes Invites t* account. But with the also of Ik WIIpp55,5eIkNI5.W.5Iv. .11.101. laws *. Ik. noise. 5..N* *r IM. A.. SESSIONS.,
.. I my family IKIUIiK. .. Ik Clork of Clmll c: .
Funeral North _
hive Suwannee vs. Buwtnnee ky Court .1 PARCEL IV
readers to mail SILLS
Pack with Vans Oulf their questions to QUESTION: How soon will old Z never pay Income tar Does this .4 Ik* Sontk ky I* fml .lly ... S..5..1..5. a ,.,... *n ,... Norlkknn4.r By un... R.4for4l
him at P. O. Box 1123. Valdosta people be able to get help with IWM ,... MM. P."...*, ..11.... .... *f tk. RWH of SmltonIt. >. CUrk4T4S
taking on the winner. Games for Oa. Please do not mall Inquiries mean I have nosocial eeeur1tJ ,...| k.11" ., k>.w> .*. UM SVWMIIMBY B.n** II r ly
your .T"N
their hospital bills x.1.1. :: Il'SI*
credit for farm Income U.t.
Monday are Suwannee Pack vs. \ to this paper.) ANSWER Some let help now my ORDIM .r Ik. Clip .,...11 ..f |k. a11.IIPMto..5.NW..oN.5.N
Vann'i Oulf with Suwannee Funeral QUESTION Can wife Is : ANSWER: It could. Unless you Clt, .* 101. (51< *''*'' ,"'. ISIS tie, SWH. IknM N IIMf.4* .In.A''ON UNDER FICTITIOUS
office at
through their counts welfare AprIL aI/L
taking on the winner. getting benefits from her husband's of family andehUdren' made an Income tax report and (SILL Rkloni MM tkMM Nrtk a 1.s.d./al'll'11"11 B HAUL t.C'II- Htt WIFE. o.USINI. =

work record continue to' or department paid your social security self a, NASVIT w. PgRAT .....tI fMt to Ik* ..... ......" .. AS SUWANNEE' AUTO
services. If you mean Clark. City. ef of .M SWH, >*M S PARTS.
Bon ate 10. 11. and 1J will begin employment tax each year, you point NOTICETO :
get these! benefits If they are not i how soon under Social Security LI.. De". r514. 5.4//1" W 11.11 fool ho* Ik*

baseball practice at 4:00 p.m. living together although they art we will have to wait and see what wont have any social securlt 11.11. 5R..o5..15.5.IW" ". tkKM Slfl4 Ton WHOM will. IT.!..MAT. 11 CONCERN. ..... tk) *| Ik*

on Monday. not divorced credit for farm Income It Is not IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OP THE > W, .* MM Sonlkknomr .......|.*... JOHN a WIlSON' sad
Congress does with the recent bill THIRD JUDICIAL r THE 141 II -. tkMM N HAZEL j. WILSON. ......**..] tn4 wi*.
Boys age 13. 14. and IS win start ANSWER too late. to make back reports for CIRCUITMt IV/1'11'1 w lis i* fMt to tk* .
: Tea. she .
can. Onlya passed by the House of Representstlves. STATE OP D roa .**>* ** ftn4 will In s wt> s.v.rlot4
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Point .| 5. :'r. :
baseball practice Tuesday at .:00 full and final divorce can stop the past three years to get this SUWANNEE COUNT "..,-, ... r.*.....,.*., ikroviktk .4 5..11.... _. .155 1.1x
pm. the wife's monthly credit on your record. AT LAW NO- SWH of ...... If, T....... 5.5545..1 .t.IUWAHH'I .=. .15pt. 5p4
... .
payments. QUESTION: What U the monthly EMINENT DOMAIN It*** nt ** rM5. .M
Smlk, Bin* U E.il. R QUESTION: My husband andI S. PLORID* rowta cuaruaATiuN.OPALMCSCIca slay.TI ..h* .... oft
with two .N
limit that a
.......... AUTO PARTS
.. .....
have two young children. He children can get from her bUi.band' Best first aid treatment for bad t.UU.ar. Mr**, PMT IJVE OAK 1 P to*IDA

DO YOU HAVE AN provides most of the family In. social security? burns Is to cover damaged areas ... PARCEL V .n4 ... ;or.MM4 will a OM!.-

Alcohol Problem? come. I have had small with strong tea solution BUTTS a .._, ... .. .. ., M Ik* Nrlk 1.15.NIA. ...151111.... suss N -
a part- ANSWER: The family paymentmay SUN riNAMCE LOAM COMPANY. .f 15. r.i.H ol BMilon II. mlr4 k MS It, PMrU
time Job for the last few S. SPPN.IM, I. W. HARVARD, K4I t-: .: 1lea. ........ till.R.M .
years to from low of 180 each :1. 4 SMtk EMI* ..
run a ....
in I -If., UHintlJA H, MARVARII, hv.niM I 5 a5./, It* .
have Lira W
We now Oakan help out. Could our children Indians than .554 pll k.1.1 S Is Ir/1v .. .... .
get month to a limit of $254. Arisona has more Mll.nRKD O.LONO MKlANI. .'.II pit from NR.rs..e.54 ihino4 55 h Ik* Mtlrolylwt4
AA Group ready to monthly payments If something QUESTION: When my father any other state 11.114 at the ..4 Mr k .M4. JOB BUN KXAN. SBH, ikMM. s 1111..." n nits tkM Illk *.r of MIL. til.
DIR a. rUCTTHEa, M ,.... tkMM S ll'll'll' R ...*..*
help you. happened to me? died In 1514. I took over his farm.Public latest count. K.... .. M. t. PIRTCNtII. .,.,. fMt I. Ik.* EM ......, .f MMSEH 1, HASEk i. WILSON
NNIS L. ...... .. .. ..
ANSWER: Yes. Even though rl.ETUHKK tkMM, S I'll .. a. .*> _
WRITEP. MMI ..4 kw wll*. rftLUTIArt MM B..I ".. .",. Ill N fort.MM .
you may not furnish half of the t.Jt I. w. O ASTON. M A4. o.t.1 '. :( N Illl Wll NOTICE: Of Pt'BtIC HEARINO ONOUESIION "

O. Box 591, children's support. If you have I Notices I .551.1..5 ik* K>i.t. *T O P. || ,., ,... SB ..5.N..5.54 i WMSTHIR TO VACATE.ARANDIWH .
SEH IMkM N '111* IIW 144
LIVE OAK worked at least one and a half 'k/* H. O, RIRBV ..4 kl* wir. It IMC: tkMM N 111* II" 'W THE BrCMf OP THR 1C

years In the three years Just before YIiILRT) A, pussy, NORTH PI,UN. lit II IMI to MM. N.... ..,... AND THE CITY OP IIVI OAK. ..
Minister you die or become disabled NOTICE '\ .r ....-t ....,... ..._ CooiM.ri.rp.ration. ATION. ....._1 *krir..4 Mmwra.tlT of skip SRH.**M Nonk ko..rr. 111.41fMt IOkn11::
Physician or your children could get monthly I OB TRADE NAMC LAW It* ..rr.inri *r ......-. ...M|*',*II! TMR PEUKBAL to Ik* P.5.I Mr.......1| N".... I* INN eKon ,..., Ik* "'Hy
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEBNlNaitr ..*..... L.*kr O.pr. k ._ LAND BANK OP COLUMBIA. a a r. M0tofW. 5.5.. 1 15,455 1. OM of Ik. Cltf of U.* l>... PhwM.*.
payments from your social securt- to horoky ...*n IAN th* in**** tlo*. He .nro.r* *r tm.t_| C W.De. Mf.ll** ........., .krlt4 ...4 .. / Ikronik Ik SRH of BortlonI. t .ill ".... ...II. VM>I., ., 1 ,iSI .'....,
,.(.... o.mnt to ... ,......... ..- ..*. C**>_,. a orp.MKon.. SIP "eo kiln* funuiil I* 55 Apr c-._.. /. Towkikip I Swilk, ....>. II PM., May II, IMI, ** ... VMIHHI ofkolkM
I ...... I....,... ...... or Sorilo ..... r...r. *r '''*_1 ,... .44rM. ..<. MiiiM. TW ,..._l h rm t_. A... E..I. ........ c-.., lk..44*( o* a5. to *...:. .kono*. M.MM .
**. ,.... .Ia.._ 1141. will MMIHh / ....... N... .. k...... ., III ., PAUUNB IDEAL .. r.M.IH. .... _......, .... *.r**. mor .f I***. ..4* rrkt of tk*
Ik* CUrh *f th* t:..." C...rtr III .kirk ... kknvnt\ ...*.* .* W. A. RIEES. */kW, ll- Par. of L/.. link .4 Ik* 5.555 In .
>4 for h_._ r....,, ,........ 5- A.4 ,.... ..._..*. nkow* *PMIM. .. tel.' MIPN w EM. 4MM4, riro.HtV PARCEL VI I* Ik. *M ., .... "' ........* lhoMkfrM
IRRIGATION MMlPt Of MMf Of .115.11..1, th. : H.l. 0.4. If .*.,. ki. *.*... Ill Ik*
-oil. Ik* .. l f..4ato ... 15.,554.i root, & 1.i.t.I ..4 lii.. KtrUISABETH k. .4.r, .( Ik* REH of NRH o) City of I.... ,.... PMvi.ta, to ..!
iPICMINT Oa1Yi IN ,..... UM. too.* t..p rti.. .-... .... CfilUNH Oil.PAkiMiN. Sotllon 4. 1........ IBIS, ....* ,.._ .,,_. fnm WklM A...M
COMPLETE SYSTEMS .*4r .kirh I .iU ...... .. .... B *'I4.I*.' ,..,.*,.. to ..,INe" A'...r 1 C.4oiSlroot
MfMt to M..-. to M.IMM 4155 .*... ., !*., 4..-. IM.* 15x1 Nt.a'NO W. BARMS.' .E.. ..4 kMit R Illl I* fMt from NW Mnwr of lAtMMl 4<*M r..... ..... IA..
INSTALLED & FINANCEDDEMING rt.k, Ptortto o4 .y 44rM : EM t**>. tiwtoM. .-. . .:'. ... *. BARRR, .M/155.1 NI,15.. a ..' MMl 15... ,... M T......* StrM
U. 5. ... 5..N..xI..w u.s.A.* ** rrwlllM N.--.. IIII" Illlll fMt I* ,. Pus I A..... In Riraiho**. s ...lot .f k
or MIN .. port to. *W 1.'.' NOTICE IN' IMINfNT from
T5..5..1 Si .....Alp Nis.IDWIN poroo kM 4>rf of tk* R.5iN51 red ponw 0Wllu's' e.I455M1
j DISTRIBUTORS N. MDUIS .or ....., UHo.: Mlto or tatorMt W.Ikcootk .. DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS<< .. tk."%M S 1I51" R.: a5.s! Ik* awls 5.d..5. d5p 5.1.MPtraikor.
: Dtoi Ella IUI .., of A5,44 D. or 55IM ,ko. it TWR M E. *f>MMM *... WhlWi S.h4nl.lo -
TURBINE PUMPS !-"'*, MM4 hA.Mmw MtoMr or .orporat. Till :11II..0:1: OliO., :: P.11 t:1:::: ...,...*.. I* TMHMM HtrMli
EDWIN .. MOORE to **4 to Ik* ,*....... 4M.rlW4 roMtto. .. T* All w'. It Nye C'_ t4 T.. IIISifMt foe Ik* SB ....... ofMM ..1.., ....., |Ar..Mt I..M Wltn.lIFMI
..... M wr Por >k.-'c7'r.: : :l:;: OPAL NIRtEB BUTTS .too. yr51,15u.N a,' |".-.| ...., ..-. O* ...-
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. ..4 ko*. to B*.* .... 4, Bo. IIS ll'II"W 111111 fMt M Ik* w5./ SlrMl IA>MM| .. ..... *.. ..*.
l l TMR CIRCUIT I o ....., u,. O. ,.... 1.sMr* of MM R y of SRH. 1.141. from Ik. SMIk ..* of as *llo.
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS THIRD JUDICIAL Cc ucutis. Tn* Bik H.lf 4iH nf SortlonToootfHito | MM ....._. .,...-. .... Wklw-l. SuWI.ttokM .
SUWANN1B COUNTY fLOR (III. LEA* ANIt El> SUN nwAKCB s LOAN COM PANT, Wa11.s4.xv.5I.5ICA 54aWf to TMMMM SlrMl ..lly !..-
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Foe car =.t't- .. por.tloj .r1x.1. .N WNI..A.rp .e aI11N .,.. EM *.4 W.5.5....: .....-.
IN CHANCIRV. N*- .. kM Illlkoto. :l* M.4IM' SWMtt M555, 11111 5.5 .... 151.5 .P..544 ..4 W......** SoMWkN ,..- 0.r
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f Muggs and Skeeter Engagement, Announced crat Should newspaper the School on April Administration 29. 1969. 9. INSTRUCTIONAL PERSON-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Bass of
Branford, announce the assign :your child to a school Plans and preparations will be
I've aun nu.ua WHY I 10URg A adNDERFlA DOG = NiyrR 1(000Nf ecH!DU other than the have I
one you re-
AH.JUNIOR AM I AUCIIDOA sun Now 114AT A LO &l.FRIEMD TWiy oars OfNATURE'S I oolam lovE A lcT EIN of their daughter, Frances made for reassignment of travelIng II
quested, because of
GLAD TO CU YXHJL BOY I MM ARE MEKC.OL'ntlEMD,IM NO LEME 1! yyEy D06 EO /0aC aoY! Clarice, to David TerrieR Sanford. overcrowding personnel which Includes: resource -
1// fA1/a T6tILL R1N/T l AIUCN l son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. you will be notified by letter priorto teachers, exceptional child 'I
li I the if all of school. In
I opening
I Sanford of Marietta Oa. program, attendance officers and
The bride-elect Is a recent that event, you have the right to remedial teachers

graduate of Berry College. request, in writing, an appearance a. At the beginning of the
Her fiance is a graduate of Ber- before the Board of Public Instruction 1969-66 school year, these t ach-

ry College and received his commission to have your preference era will be assigned without regard -
further considered. U such a request to race, color
from the Officer Candi religion or national -
date School in Newport R. I. for hearing is received you origin
will be notified of the time and
b. Beginning of
The wedding will be an eventof as the present
June 20, at 4:00: pm. In the place of the hearing. time county-wide: desegregated -
';, Naval (End of Letter) meeting of Instructional
All Saint's Chapel at the personnel
Air Station In Jacksonville.Resolution. and administrative personnel
4. The parent or guardian of any: win be held.

pupil desiring reassignment for c. Beginning with UM 1966-
the school year 1969-86 and sub 67 school year, all personnel will

Branford Man ServingOn sequent school which school the yean child, from attended the I race be assigned color, religion without regard to
I or national
News From Branford Submarine Tender during the school :year 1964-69. origin. This policy also applies to
II USE HOWARD W. OILMORE WHEREAS the Board of Public shall complete a Parent School substitute teacher rolls and administrative -
Instruction of Suwannee County: Preference Card and return It to staff.A .
AS-18) (FHTNC) April 12Electrician's -
Florida, did on the 18th day of the principal of the school where is to'be
Mate Third appointed at
EYt MRS.. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Jimmy L. Wilkerson, USN, son of August A. D. 1956 by Resolution his or her child, or ward Is at that county: level, with the responsibili
-- adopt certain rules and regulations time enrolled during registrationweek
ty of facilitating
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilkerson of impkn en-
Baptist WMU Meets Branford Terry Griffith la Route 1, Branford is serving pursuant to Chapter 31380, U set forth above PREPARATIONS FOR DESEGREGATION -
USS Laws of Florida 1938, referred to Application for reassignmentmay
aboard the submarine tender
Honored On as the Pupil Assignment Law and be made at time when a
With Mrs. JonesThe BirthdayTerry Howard W. Gilmore, currently ; : any: Preparations for desegregation
W. M. U. Circle of the Personals Griffith, son of Mr. and visiting St. Thomas in the Virgin WHEREAS It is deemed advisable change of residence address or shall be U follows:
Branford First Baptist Church Mrs. R. 0. Griffith of Branford Islands. .March 28-Aprtl 10. Following to supplement said rules and other material change in clxcum A. PERSONNEL--
met April 19, at the home of Mrs. was honored with a party: at his her: visit to the Caribbean regulations as hereinafter set stances arises. 1.Prepare a list of practical
Fred Jones Mrs Thomas Fletcher of home Friday afternoon celebrating Island thj 1 ship will return to forth; andWHEREAS 8. Procedures for pre-reglstra- suggestions for teachers who
H. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay
of the on his Games the rules and regulations tlon of pupils planning to enroll are to have
had charge program Gainesville visited Mrs. Lois P. eighth birthday. Charleston, S. C., her homeport. desegregated
as set forth In the following In the lowest elementary grade
"The Home Building Missionary were played during the afternoon.The classes.
Minnie L. Phil-
Williams and Mrs.
Concepts", refreshment table was set resolution will supercede all nat grade (1) Participate in a threeweekJ' -
pot Sunday afternoon. Card Of Thanks other rules and regulations: (1) Beginning May: 12, 1969.
Prayers were led by Mrs. Leona I up in the yard and was covered Summer Institute
Gunter and Miss Mlnnls Duncan. Miss dalne Griffin, who attends with a printed table cloth. A Yogi We wish to express our thanksto THEREFORE. BF. IT RESOLVED and once a week for three successive at the University of Ftor.
Florida State University, our many friends and relativesfor BY THE BOARD OF PUBLIC announcement
O. weeks the
Mrs. R. Ida
Those present were: Bear theme was carried out. or. problems in school
Griffith. Mrs. D. B. Fletcher, Miss is spending a vacation at home Those present were: Johnny the kindness shown us during INSTRUCTION OF SUWANNEE pre-reglstration of pupils enterIng desegregation.
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sykes, Kenny and Joe Mathls, the passing of our loved one. May: COUNTY, FLORIDA: the first grade will be published (2) Hold meetings for all
Duncan Curtis Griffin.Sidney Barbara and Danny Sandlin. Cin- God bless :you Is our prayer. 1. Any: reassignment of any In the local paper which will personnel to orient themto
f D Fletcher, Mrs. Philpot of Gainesville dy Ware Martha Sue Humphries, The Family of child now enrolled in the public have local circulation and In the the above plan
er, Mr. Leona Ounter, and Mrs visited his grandmother, Mrs. Marcia Durden, Allen Sullivan, Marcus (Deck) Sims schools of Suwannee County: form prescribed below: k (J) Solicit help from .professional
Jones Minnie L. Phllpot Monday. Wayne Smith, Paul and Mark U. Florida during the school :year organizations In
The guests were served pound Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Price, LaDen Owens, David War A hotel in Dijon, France, pipes I9l1t15'and any assignment of PRE-REOISTRATION OP FIRST assisting In problems
and family of Gainesville visited red' and white wine into guests' child entering said schools PUPILS FOR FALL 1969
I cake and coffee at the close of the ren, and Charles Ed Hatch. any: GRADE concerning desegregation
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas Sun- bathrooms said school shall be of planning -
meeting Refreshments of birthday cake, during :year Pre-registratlon pupils U It pertains to teachersand
U. day afternoon.Mr. made without retard to race, color to enroll In the first grade
punch, candy, and popclcles was The law should know no favorites administrators, suchas
New Meeting and Mrs. Wilbur HaU visited served. Balloons were given as : when this is the case, the or national origin for the fall 1969 semester will : County Educationand :
relatives in Clearwater overthe favor. law has no excuses to make.mLlO 2. Any: assignment or reassignment take place for a period of five Teachers' Associations
Scout Troop 00 has changed week end. Mrs. Hall attended of any: child entering or enrolled days, from June 1 through June ; County Prtndpw-
Y its meeting night from Monday a hair styling show Sunday and In the public schools of 8u 11, 1969. under policies adopted Association; and the
; night to Thursday night begin* Monday. wannee County: Florida, for the by: the Board of rducatlonPar- Florida Education Association.

ring tonight. April 29, at 7:30: 1 mm school year 1969-66 and subsequent ents or guardians may register .
I p.m. x School Supplies at McCrlmon'i) vii din ern fire :years shall be made without pupils during this period at the 4)) Arrange for teachers to

regard to race, color or national school of their choice. visit other schools which
It 60,1. RESO'lips origin The principal of the school to have successful desegregation -
A andTechnques'f 3. County-wide: registration will which application has been made programs
Thought For Today be held during the first full calendar win be responsible for transmission CD) E. ta b.II b orientation
BRODT week of May: 1969 and during of the Initial Assignment programs for personnel
{ By C. HARRIS ,
i )4JU the like week of each year Form to the County School Board who shall be directly Involved -
"BLESSED IS HE WHO EXPECTS(INOTHING, FOR HE SHALL ) thereafter. All pupils shall register for processing. If the Board can in teaching desegregated
1. NEVER BE. DISAPPOINTED. ? r' at the school they are presently not assign a child to the school classes,

1 Although at first glance this saying preaches : attending, even though he or to which the parent expressed a B. STUDENTS
I Ii} a rather hard-headed practical philosophy, it Is she may be promoted to a schoolof preference, because of overcrowd- 1.Prepare a pamphlet for puptls
ti upon closer inspection a dash of cold water on j \ higher classification. Pupils being edness. the parent will be notified and their parents that
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t.' ''It, the dreamer qualities which to varying degrees promoted from one grade In sufficient time to make another answers questions and otters
", It U Inaccurate, of course, to state that
I' most classification to a higher grade choice of schools. suggestions for >a.-
are common to most of --- -------
t us classification pupils who may be In event of overcrowding, assignments tlon.
t I of us "expect" a profusion of good things to comet retained In the same grade classification will be made without 3.Hold meetings with pupils
our way, but it is very likely that the majority national
and pupils being promoted regard to race, color or and parents at which time
hope rather wistfully, perhaps that fortune AN'CUT 10 swn 0fI from an elementary to a Junior origin and priority In aatsgnments the responsibility for makingdesegregation
t recognition find their way or any to our of a doorstep hundred Needless welcome visitors to say, f gBEf1A10RTRwAD sTtuMro,.... I TAS WNSSSOME SilK. high school or from a Junior high will be given to those papUa who work will be

Ir I when the substance of the dreams tucked faraway SWILL PREVENTS PROOF. Fl.01t A AKG A GOOI TROU'f to a high school win Indicate on live closest to the school. Those discussed.
: in the dim recesses of our minds fall to BE NOISE a school preference card the who are rejected because of overcrowding I.Have all teachers stress social -
school to which they: wish to be win be notified and permitted and courtesies.
materialize, we are whether we admit it or not disappointed. graces
assigned for the next school :year. to make an effective choiceof 4.Assemble a library; Of books.
1 During the preceding week a letter another echool. pamphlets, ...ume.. clippings -
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor will be sent by the Superin- The choice i Is granted to the film and other materials -

Suwannee County Residents tendent of Public Instruction of parent or guardian and the child. directly related to problems
r ., Suwannee County Florida (delivery Teachers, principals and other on desegregation.
BRODY c. 'HARRIS ; to be effected by giving the school personnel are not permit 6.Provide Bummer classes In
letter to each child enrolled In the ted to advise, recommend or otherwise remedial reading and other
l Suwannee County: Public Schools, Influence the decision: nor classes which than be taughtby
with appropriate instruction for will school personnel either favoror skilled teachers.C. .
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME delivery; to parent or guardian or penalise children because of COMMUNITY

41I1\I\ to the parents or guardians of the choice made. I.Speakers will be available-
Licensed Funeral' Director \ WHEN FISHIMfi' WITH OOU6M- each child, who according to the I Children not pre-reglstered In upon request
USE A SMALL: MAGNET TO COPPER WIRE,WIND ITA. school records will attend the Spring may be registered at the 3.Work with aU! community
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PICK UP TUB SMALL HOOkS SHOWN/ ABOVB AROUNP THE public schools of Suwannee County school of their choice on dates of agencies toward developing
HElP RiVENT! THIS HOOK.TMCM MOLD THC BArr : Florida. during the 1969-66 August 18 and IT. 1969. Immediately an understanding of schooldesegregation
PAIN AROUND COILS AMP HOOK. IT school term and during each to the opening ef the
prior such as:
; school term thereafter), which Pall 1969 semester, but first preference Churches: P.TA.law enforcement
l I w.w hr.srrSww w letter will be In the form below, In choice of school win agencies: elected

.' : ; -- which form U hereby made a part be given to those who pre-regis- officials: county soda agencies
7..litL. of this resolution: ter In the Spring period. and others.
( (. '. (2) Annually after 1969. similar 3.Work with county hearth depustmenl -
,'. I. Dear Parent or Guardian: practices will be followed with where needed.
In order to facilitate the fall respect to registering and enrolling II.PRIOR STEPS! TOWARD.
ss.messrumg opening of school we will have a pupils for the first tune m UM DESEGREGATION:

procedure known as Spring Regis lowest elementary grade. 1.Resolution adopted by School
tration which shall take place In 6. Procedures' for enrolling, Board on September 34. 1964.as .
all schools during the first week transfer pupils Into the Suwannee a start toward desegrega
of May. 1969:At that time, a combination County Schools for the first time I tion. ,
Pupil Enrollment and (pupils who are transferring Into 3.Resolution of September 34.

1.S r School Preference Card win be the Suwannee County School System 1964. was reworked and adopted -
-IAIiiE filled out and signed by the par from another school system): as a new plan af desegregation
enL This Pupil Enrollment and Transfer students from other on April .. 190.
School Preference Card ahaQ be school systems win be allowed to 3.Talks have been made to civic
returned to the principal of the make application for school enrollment clubs etc, about plans for 6t.
QOM school which the pupil U attending to the school' of their aggregation and their support
during the first week to May, choice. The student and parentwin solicited.

1969. go to the school of their 4.Student bodies In Individual
You are advised that the choicer choice and fU out an Initial Pupil schools have been orientatedon
granted to the parent or guardian Application P nL The principal the general aspects of thedeergregaUoa
You and the child Teachers of the Individual school win procedure.
say you can't afford a Chrysler principals and other school per 'be responsible for the transmission ..11&.. discontinued we of teacher
sonnel are not permitted to advise .f this app i taus U the appocaUon forma which
recommend or otherwise Influence Board of Pubnc InatroeUon for mentioned. race and color.
the decision. The guidance 'pupil assignment to a school 5..Both resotwUon' U referredto

counselors In the individual ,i The parent. and pupil win W above (II (3> haw been
Mk Whe.lblM Dt t s academle courses .f study to follow as to the action of the, School ,
\ CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124' 218.2 383 $65.67 tat will not advise upon Beard on the application for assignment 13. TVs resolution eorxUtutee

FORD OALAXIC BOO 11. 210.0 zn 5594 I4.7J choice of schools to attend. School so that another effective the Board's plan for desegregation
personnel win neither ptnattat or choice coy be made should '\bt of the Punas Schools. of SuwanneeCounty.
t., CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 2111 tu 6694 1.71 favor children because of the original appncattoo not be granted Florida. .

OLDS ,.., CUTLASS 119 204.1 S30 11.2. 1.41 choice nade.An because of ormrowdtng. 13. A copy of these rufee. and
BUICK parents or guardians of T. In the conttdrratlon of all regulations shall be supplied to
115 2034
300 68.69 7.02 children now attending Suwan- applications for assignment or each principal m the county and

BASIS OF COMPARISON-AI model! Sri 2-door hardtop equipped seta V-8 mgr's.autenMtto trans nee County schools must make a ssslrnmtnt the Board win consider the Superintendent! s sal supply aeDPJ'
mtulon,power* ttaarlnf. power braka*,bra ....t.... Monthly paymant hav* baait computed MI choice .f schools and alga and return the capacity and ,.0..'" to any person who. requests
,, to' manufacturer* lun..tad ratal price down end M monthly I payment*. Not Included ere the attached Pupil EnroQ-
; the entree you pllfor on aractfcaNy any new can wMawa lira deltM wheel cover, tfaittnatMA of the school to which UM applicant N-
:' cnargo*.slat and local taia*.......... toturanca and Mcandng hen meat and School Preference Cardto seeks assignment or reassignment 14. These gales and regulation
4 the principal of the school and preference wuf bt shall be n fun force and effecttssawdtatetr

.... '- which his or her child Is presently given by the Board first to chfl- spot adoption by aremM
attending. dna who reside nearest to the Board.
: : You are herewith advised that school to which ataignarat or reassignment I ftwotuuen duly adopted by
l Now what's holding back you are being afforded a reasonable Is sought and thereafter the Board, Pubnc Infraction of
r you and conscious opportunty to tochOdren who are already .....-. County Florida ta open
apply admission to any school enraJtod to the scBDeL' satin this the 3ta day of
: for which your 'child Is eligible .. The Board of ...... tastroo.tlon Apt 1.1553 A. D.
See us. We deliver without regard to race cater or of Svwannee Cotanty. Florida IInr7I1.IDIndnI&. p laa. StoMT-
i ; national origin and to have the WIlt> transport an dtOdrea and SecretaryBttwanme

: .. I application acted upon awarding who are. assigned to aa tndsvtdual County Board
to the plan for desegregation ofSuwtnnee sehoi en tte aaaae buses? buses e/ Futile Instruction
County Schools which that are designated to serve that L. M. Crews h.. ChataaaaSuwannee
:iw' Town & Motors Inc. U.S. 129 North
t Country
was published as school board Individual school without regardto Oratty Board ofFttboe
minutes M. the Buwannec Demo race, color or national origin. Inscnstuosir


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