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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
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System ID: UF00028422:00286
 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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Claims Two 1fk. ",-J. .'.':!f. ; tt' ..oJ'.' Snwannce County Growth Estimated

Truck.Car Crash .< -, "C. .. '''''1(" '. '"..,>'

Lives Monday Near Wellborn i .... Fastest In North Central Florida


Suwannee County Is the fastest growing county In
. car-truck collision claimed the lives Of
A horrifying The accident North Central }Florida it was revealed last week In a
two people in Suwannee County Monday.
Florida's population released from the
publication on
and UJS. 90
occurred at the intersection of SR lOA near Florida Development Commiiwion.

Wellborn and the Columbia County line. since the 1960!)
Suwannee County's growth censusFeeder
I crash Roberta Johns .18.0!
Killed in the tragic were laa been calculated by: the crnmiaureau
Jacksonville and Ma aunt. Mrs.Selma
t : Pig Sale at about U.B per cent. The
Johns also of Jacksonville
only: other county to com time
i both paaaencera In the car Here May 31A to this figure in this area WM

OTHINKUGO'oUTLO Mra. Dorothy: Knight Johna. graded feeder pig sale 1sacbrdulrd Columbia County with a U1 percent
mother of Robert and driver of for ."rtlla,. ,Jan t. growth In the sam* period
the automobile and John Egar at the Snwanne Valley IJv*. The total population for Buwan-

With L.... C. WaasworthAnniversaries. Armstrong of Tampa driver of stork Market.Frodarera lice County in I IM4 haa been estl-
the tank truck were Injured. who plan I* sell at mated by th census. bureau to be
. II Mra. JohnaT condition was llst- the sal sboald ".Ur, th. county 7,100. Title figure gives the county

f May: has been an Important ed aa good by the Suwannee agents elites ay Monday. 1,100 more propl than were
part of my career and time an- County Hospital on Wednesday' : May II. All pits toiulgned for counted In the 1WO ceruiua.

, nlveraariea have already paMed crstn I Armstrong wee transferred to a the sale mart be vaccinated far The IS I per cent growth would
occur this week end that win Tampa hoapltal Tuesday: morn. cholera at least II days prior
place Btiwannro
t I County among
reoelvo the routine treatment' In*. They were both Buffering .. th. solo and mast be field the 20 fastest In
pie my: loP Ilk* to glva birthdays:. from ahockFlortda --- .. =; -:; : ; : napecled.Flga Florida. growing counties
I just another day.: Highway: Patrol Trooper Forvna bdag plate th Mew lebool located directly behind Fine View elemealary.'I will a. received between

I It was on AprU M. II years ,,0.J I John Hob_ Investigating officerat Fin Vtew I.De...... eaa b* sear U comer .. plclar,. (Democrat Staff Theist. ':N a m. and ll.N: non.a neighboring Columbia County county! : 11th.that only has. :
of *
J that I aaaumed pubUihenhtp the acme, said the accident
1 thla newspaper and the first Issue I occurred when the Johna car dawn any: appreciable growth
Hub Members .
Democrat under Iratluation/ Exercises Scheduled ) nc* MO. Neither Hamilton
of the Bowanneo failed to yield the right-of-way: Dedication ttran/ortl
Madison have
Lafayett
or grown
my: ownership .aa the first\ May: entering the highway: and
edition In IMC.Th upon collided with UM tank truck.appart'IIU 1'o-Ag Building Friday Suwannee Schools Will End Current Ship I Fireflies over M4.one per crest from J"O0
third week in May: always attempted Dedication of Uto new Bra**
Armstrong The fastest growing" county In
School AgrkaltarwBanding
begins a new :year for the Drmo-. to avoid the crash by: swervingbut ford Ulgb wUI bo FrUay after For ResearchOver Florida bf tween 1000-04 was Brev.ard. .
cyst This :year UM volume number tout control of the track and School Term On Friday June 4
changed from 10 to II, alt MOB at t.N: p... with 0. C. home of CaPe Kennedy The
turned over nifylrig UM end of UM 10th year Norman of the Suwannee County achoola will bring the current were shipped
publication of this The 10 ton trailer loaded with departaseat .. die &o tile National Atronautlca and CI't'.. In this prrkxl.
of conUnuoua and heralding UM beginning 21.700 DM. of tall oil. a fatty add ltate DrpartiMatt ., u..,... achool year to an official closing next Friday June 4. The Space Admlnlilratlon'a research The moat rapidly growing eoun-

newspaper of II years of _nice to oil paint Ingredient coroprvaaed .. Use ......&er1 aaieakar.Tho term this year extended longer than Usual due to time JOlt laboratory: by Buwanne county II In Writ Florida wag Okalonaa
") Buwanne County. the ear so It stood only two feet aw faculty repla*** tb* during Hurricane: Dora. Final day of work for teachers 4.II nubs last week, which had a 20 4 per cent Increase.Okatoosa .

X was here for UM 10th anntver high.It. on* dot Bred last :year by fir In the county. will follow a week later on June 11. The ftrtfllM were. collected! by County I. located 10
of UM newspaper in 1114 and took Buwanne County Sheriff and will boaao th* voeaUonalagrlewltaro OraduaUon eiercta will begin members of Suwanne" County's miles east. of Fvnaacola.
sari for: UM 11th birthday edition In Duke 1oIcCa11 wr. tined by department at Sunday.: May: M. with baccalaureate 4-Il Clubs aa a project to help t.HI11410 and IM4 Florida ,
1MI. Twenty :yean hence I expectto Lake City and LI** Oak firemen Branford IMgll School. Wilson (Fire CommitteeFor sermons at Branford lUah pare aclentlata gather th* value grew at a rat" of ill par cent
help publish the golden annlveraary an hour and 90 minutes to remove Hagga .M MviiMe t. U** Brao School Douglaaa High School, and able chemical from the ,flrrftya, with an ab-nluU" gain of 711000
edition of the newspaper UM bodice of UM two persons ford ITA Chapter and ttasberof at OTJrlen High Bchool.Th tall lor us. in apse research.Th In INS it became the ninth moat
This week end my birthday roll pinned tn the vehicle.McCaniatar vane .. ... acbook Forestry Has Branford service will be at shipment was the first from wpuloua stale" In UM union paaa-
around and aa luck would hat it called the accident lam a..cd a tan atteadano 1.00 p m and will be held In the leu..N\C'e County, The project eau Maaaachuwtta
I win be In uniform attending a UM worst no baa seen since he became for the neaL Quarterly Meet school's IJmnuham.r In operation, two Florida had en July 1. 1M4 a
week end drill at Camp Blandttg sheriff or the county, Trooper o o I Baccalaureate at O'Brien wtU wka and will aontlnu for another population of I.IOS.OOO: .. .mt.
National Hobbs also called It on* of the : 1 b 0.10 ..... tn use achool *dl.tortum ala _ka. Ing for I sent at tho U B.
with the Florida Army ..... Elected Ove 7. .. .t tor*** were at a pw ,
Ouard In.another rut for tM U wont acddenu ho baerwvor Day Is burn** tn Buwannoo County tact and the en* at DoualaMwill Th. loading firstly caUtM paputaUon ana \... pot ant 4Uva
the put Mrtfeiaay 1 win tiav .* aWMt Train piled up on tho tst." wa.r s.M M o eaprk 51,51tsUm M iwwt ., lift pan. In UMHlg skn- the wratMt started U itch l lalaUaftaa gMuhUaat.Tho .
*wl_ _>.> lie o..e, way *.* _1Jr' %- twin wtma Sta e"'Ja ee ,BMnransM County 5'eegt uemai eatelorteea. Wallaaa* who h..a boon suvatMtun ) tlortOa D* r\ DnatC(.Amlaln .
tw-_ So It i* that thin week X inn** tata _Road Dtpar1mf'nCftWf. ; Ftre Provontion O mmlUi ,< .1.1Cowitr Graduation at fluranne | eaKIUnr Ml flreniea. now ........ thai UMiHKJwtoMon 1
llttM a-jstl* spread *an4 over UM hlehwey.Tne School will be tit* ....* In .". ... .
pardoned U I *>t a Renew C. a. Hawaii dar bush ta Ibis ."ettthtniIrvniM of UM 4at* all reach
montal Io tear sjowanno Pomoent Johns ear was returamato Vice President tog ....... eu.riorlynset/ng held counts with .......u..... wt Air /, la easy enc you sj4 UM soo.ooo .y I*,.. mo pr!*.ni ras*
and Ik* National Ovard bale Jaekaonelflo. tun.rwl ee UM.:-ll Monty. hinda/. June *. at '00 pm.,stack o/ IIHush aught It fifes,of growth .* osUmalMf so b* Ma. fl J
been two Important factor to my b.d ;atid Robert bM---tMiMe-on Mewed Mid thai 11 flea a*./ OraduaUon for ajuwanne UK. In 10 moiuUw Monday 000 annually' or which laoooo MIn
Site for better Ulan I. rays and OUvo bast training r *OHn.*d for tn. Tia acrea of de will come UM following night John Clearer. aaatolant .-UL* I the roaull af .... migration and
I love becoaa .*.how a part of lean with after the completing Army.. stroll feratl land llowell also r Monday June T, and bring com r estenalon etitomoloalat; look the "000 by natural' hvreaao.Th .
AM polaled out that on* fir. menovment eaerclaa to a Blow In I flrertloe back to aainos-UJ wile rep most populou* e un.
I *an not lot the end of a rear ad for tM a.ra. of "' this county they will be put en a plan and I U.. In Florida out: pate. IM*.- j
paw without eptos* ng thanks t* Branford High wtll hold Its flown to the Ouddard $'pace 000.: Dural. 110.loo; JfIJIIborouh.tJJJOO .
the poops of this Bounty for their. Bill Slaughter, /Worn flier dlairlct oteOI.Ina.//graduation aaerclasa In the school Flight Center In Greenbelt. Mary.: : ; Flnellaa, .",IOCt; and
support during UM pasrent. lire a report on current gym Friday, June 4, al I:00 pm.Douglaaa land roward.. toe.too.
While many have found It ....n. Tina Fletcher lion pertinent, to the selected Saturday:
earl: to disagree with thoucltta 'J eat Servto. Out told June f, a* th* date for It* grailu. *
conveyed: her during UM year -- III.. mltte that UM newt biennial bud. sues which will be held at I 00 fill J/,.,.< June :J
aupport of UM ommunity boo FSU Graduates ,, .. get win permit fIN prevention un. In UM achool cafelorlum
been graUfytag and aaUsfymgtn .
personnel a fir* per cent raw In IVIen will gradual IU seniorson Plan
return for that support w* llli1'llioli To Promote
pay: and a als day work week In Thursday: Juno I, at lOOp mComnxnerment Org :
I art continually trying: to Improve Win.. Randan Slaughter Jr. Including
winter and a five day: work week tMrcUes.
I the Suwanne Democrat. We ha*. and KiM Tina Uuls Fletcher
j In nummet.The an eighth grade Passage School Bonds In (;
II ImtaOed considerable new and McAlftn. recently graduated from County
oommltle& decided to con lion ceremony will be

I\,I machinery modem to m.i.ainprodud many Florida" honora Blab University to theveelve bringing' and tissue UM rile bona of an out Wellbmt Retool! << ) on eradua.1 I Officers and leader of many organltatloru In thU

atanding Tea rum Family: annually June I. at lOOp m, In county are being urged td attend an orianUatlcnal meetInf
1 i better aa weO aa remodel and to- this Bounty, -
Jack Plumps conveyed auditorium. at the Junior High Bchool Auditorium hero nit Thursday
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peon UM phyateal facUttkt at our MIll Fletcher graduated with a
!I omce sad a* oar prmtta plant.W bachelor degreo la home --- the thanks of UM eltiama* of No formal plans for closing I June S, at 8:00: p.m. at which plan. will bo developed
Branford to the Florida I"orHU'eo \ etereta had been mad aa theINC.
bop to ooarplct an reno a- mica and was a member of Ft Beta I to call a school bond election this county later this year,
I 4 Co4lio4 .*> Foe II) I t' MU sl M Fag. *
I', lion within N days: and then hope Fhl social sorority. She woo a Clarence II. HaUlff, chairmanof na... to peUton to requite" such
to Invite our readera to an open ember' of Motor Board. UMaaphomoro. Oeorga ft. (Puigyay: win be UM ISman school board ad. an Mtion tie called, and held' AU

ho... Council and JtappeDrna nstaUtd aa state vie president niters CMr Purpoae5Diagnostic vianry: ommltla. aald her this ready a number of such petition
Ft. national. educational .f UM Florida Junior Chamber 01 week baa group Itas been asked to ar. In airettlatlon and Uu pnaw
That this county I* growing. has honor society and waa a counselor Commerce for UM third dlatrlctat help In the formation o( a groupto .f UM campaign I r. tspectH in
been obvloua' to aaany: for sane dI tnt her junior teat UM Jaycees state" convention Laboratory Completion aaaiat In making plan for UMbondlasu mow rspWJy, the chairman lndlfated .
month for UM Mual eastern by Slaughter! graduated with a to be held In Jacksonvtn MayInoltnatkn *. .

which growth la measured indicated bachelor of arts degree with' a -.M. Set For October I Handle I All AnimalsThe Th meeting nii work. Bailiff Included In th* committee. report
that such waa th* case major to political artenco. H* waateaabrr eeremonle win be ; old will bring U.lhr leaders recently gin UM school

Tbaa It I. gratifying to aa* the a and praaktent of Kappa held Sunday: May M, at T;00 pi animal dl...... diagnostic laboratory \being built of those orianlaaUona working to board I* a roommndUon that
report released the week by UM Sigma aodal fraternity send at UM Oran Washington Motet Improve and develop the county In four new Mhoola tier built In UM
I Florida DevelofMBjent CnmmlaslonNo aa a captain tn UM school Army: Day waa el-cud at a dutrtctcaucua ier/ by the state for the Department of Agriculture an effort to weld a untied effortIn county, Thl. will rnjulr school
( I (tiNt ad oa Fag II' IMo. S CVaUsjd *a> Pap II held at UM Suwanne moved closer to completion last week and ahould bo In behalf of beer. srhouU blind nest led two million dollar
operation by the first of October" First of &he will
Country Club May II. and will objsctlf group mark,
I surced Jim SouuVrland of Per. Ir, Thomas U lender, head of the facility, aal II I
Firefly Shipment ry tn UU capacityDtetrtet last week that the building ahouldb
Three of the Floridaayceoa completfd with Urn to apar i
M composed of Llv Oak. The purpos* of the lab. aomrd I A'rriri (.ions fletiorlII

r' Ferry Madlaon. Mayo. Lak City, InI to Dr Landera. win b* to Inspect _
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I and dUamnsa> all diseased ."a -AI: I' .,. .... .
Stark, and OaliMvUte Thl Uth ,' :"' ; ... I '- ; It4 ("
lint state tier president from Ivestotk that use referred to the .. Ii- .. ,......, '

Llvo Oak ...... Iterb Wad-worth laboratory by a veterinarian."Ho ., ... .. .. t'. ,.,.
+ was elected IPS!. animal will teav UM laboratory ,-...... 1't: ..- '" ... ",, ...... '_
J I* IoIc"uSIrft, past date! preal. without bring' given th .... .... ..:1-, -.....-- ..... ... .. ...r'II.-...; .""...,
; dent mod thorough inspection that can -
of Florida Jaycee"" baa given
y ; the Llvo Oak Jayceo n case of I b* ruder d.* landers stated, ... .. .......... -" -.... .... ..

+ 1 r canned boiled penvta for thrtrhoKpttaCty The farmty her la en. of all A' -... ;, .;... _. ___.,_
; IiO r"t I ItftIu. << "
room at UM was eon lobe UirooitMal UM state which ...... -t 'f' _- .d'
... an operated by the Florida' D*- 'r -
o partjaent of Agrtoultur Th on Aa
her I II the Mead of UM aU to b.Fwd .
Hut Tr partition
for an typr of Uv-vbxfe
will IW IlllC1l,1ft1 .... eapect I* handle everything

Bo* iraasaiMsllia. for ..* from COWl to alligator* her and
deed SM>W attending or psaa>* .m probably .. o lot of work

t tt ate. t* *4 teN. 1...... eottV**. for wUd&f aBanwemmt pIIOpW
la Used Moo wM bo ...-.. a4areiig Iin UM stale.' Landera cosnanntt .r, ,1uY
a .. b* bald Malay ..
4gwa. May II. *4 I:00 par NUM I AotoraUng to ......... aS .....

BttMl .... -... .. A. .*.. gals. brwaght.. the heal tab win /
! Jr. I* **ria. a* *Skraaaa> .* be Owes a -.w ,sa.sa.l-l
YI ..........s aiadythy lbeearllsr. on UM day entree and wtd. have ;-
aa aotopay arobaMy aj.*>,orw.d
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Beptisialslriia from Hoftb.Rortoa that aaaa day.
JawiM cJ.Bee..a Ma4 Our "X* hove WIll bo to both
aoaw fa. HorOa Cr. .... Boa .... UM livestock aHiaHry and + +fl aCe
JSM. ta. ....-. Oooty on, .-........ dWMN Y
Jote S4rayor Io4r1. aaHsaailgwl wtUj UM odo..aiaj eer .. of FWOSM IwtrwrtU-i a. tUt stay effect .......- UM dlreter ...._'-
I visa, tamps fhiffca (roaa ....... 4-st sseoaawr* atagk Walla..1 wol ao taoaf .....* wB b* meal .trutlq ...o. aWaJ e*> ... *.-il MagaMtlo UfcM4ory arts of u.* Ooh aw ...

) ... D.-.. AatoHL Tbo faraiBaa wer atfcjji to Marytaad peep. to ..... SXiK of A* anaaaila *f a ftisaia UM Bobs forty Bo... .. san. Is sal sail.d .. .. SIQI>*I...d by ... far.4 af Ostobor.iPoaaiiral.

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Not All On Poverty Salvation Army WeekThe I '

Poverty with all of Its disadvantages sub- Salvation Army, established In poverty --

itandard housing, Inadequate educational and rec- and loneliness 100 years ago in England this week Doyle E.

reational facilities absence of cultural opportunity celebrates National Salvation Army Week. ConnerRising n From The Filet Of

and the rest Is commonly considered a major Its work began as an effort to "do whateverneeded DEMOCRAT
SUWANNEE
expenses In practically THE ,_ _
cause of juvenile delinquency. There can be no to be done for the distressed of every race every phase of today's food distribution -

doubt that environment Is an important factor, but and creed" and its active service continues today in system at the retail level ,

perhaps we tend to eaxggerate Its Imporance. Brevard County and throughout the world. are responsible for Increasing the 1915The girls achievement program and lIam Bradford Huie case developed

For example, most of the Chinese living In this Methods have changed as the times have gross retail margins) in the past council meeting Saturday at the Wednesday when he said through

country even In such famous Chinatowns as San changed but service to help the needy, the desperate decade. members of the Baptist Masonic Temple.A his attorney that he would pay

Francisco's live in what would be termed povertyby and the helpless has continued.We That was generally the story church and their friends were entertained a $750 fine rather than serve a

some sources. And yet. while seven per cent of are Indeed fortunate to number the Salvation told by a parade of witnesses appearing at an informal receptionby Parshley two-day educational person six-month jail sentence for con-
America's juveniles wlll be In trouble with the law Army among the United Fund supported recently at a 3-day hearing Rev and Mrs. W. B. ally-conducted cooking school Is tempt of Court In Suwannee
The occasion
evening.
this year, not one of them If past records are any agencies in Brevard County. It is an energetic and in Washington before the Na- on was Friday made particularly happy by being offered the women of Live County.
of Food Mar-
tlonal Commission Oak. Suwannee County. and the
criterion will be Chinese I vital organization of dedicated members operatingat the surprise given each on reaching -
The Board of
tetln I
Public
June 27 and
surrounding territory Instruc.
Why is this so? Paul Harvey writing the Suburban the community level to offer those in need a Store occupancy costs and more the parsonage. W. A. Edwards 28 by merchants of Live Oak In tlon held their regular meeting
Se Lawrence Journal of Indianapolis quotesone common-sense kind of aid. while welcoming the guests whis- last
spending on advertising and pro- cooperation with Lever Bros. Co.. Saturday and In their most
Chinese leader as saying: "We keep a tight rein Originated in 1865 it was a fighting organization motion are the two factors given pered that a bride and groom were the Florida Power and Light Company Important action included a Dl-

on our children until they are really responsible." and was known. the army of "soldiers without the most emphasis. But a readingof In the parlor. All eyes turned especially the Allmar Theatre and versified Cooperative Training

Another says: "Our children just naturally respect swords" Its struggles to promote social reform some of the testimony reveals toward this room where the Suwannee Democrat Program for Suwannee High
and obey their parents. A boy or a girl would not were often met with violence. Today although that everything in the food re- the host and hostesses stood back School next year.

bring shame on his family or his family name" the Salvation Army has won acceptanceand tailer's books is costing more now of them hung a green and white Upward of 2.500 people followedthe
with the dates 18901915.
Another writer has observed that one simple gratitude for its community services, the fight than 10 years ago. I think that pennant returns of state and county Bids for construction of a 200-
little rule of conduct If Impressed on children by was to be expected.An second primary races at Mike's foot carillon tower costing in the
ing spirit continues. The fight to eliminate want The Animal Industry Conven-
stated
parents and on students each day by teachers, from A & P vice president Comer Tuesday night as the neighborhood of a half-million
despair and need Is the never ending battle the Salvation that the firm's retail margin tion at Qultman, Oa., was attended dollars
gross Democrat kept a running accounton are being called for by the
the first grade In public schools to graduation In
the following Live Oak
Army wages. for the period 1954-84 showed arise by per Stephen Foster
signboards hanging on the westside Memorial
college would That rule would be Com-
help. : Keep your sons. 8. A. Hlnely M. L. Burnett.
We join the Salatlon Army in celebrating its of a little more than 5 per of the Seminole Cafe. mission.
hands off other people and other people's property. "Century of Service to God and Man" during National cent. As a per cent of sales, it Stark Conner, J. H. Dowllng. R. .
"Such a rule of action instilled Into the P. P. S. Parramore Mr.
Hopkins
young climbed from 13.41 to 18.47.
Salvation Army Week. We are proud to S. D. Roberts, plant manager of
mind could untold misery and heartaches for and Mrs W E. Quarterman. T. Z.
save Witness after witness some
salute the Salvation Army as valued members of the Florida Telephone Corporation Phillips Studies At 1
young and old alike," this writer observes. Teachingthis from the biggest store chains others Atkeson W C, Van Hoy, and announched the beginningof I 1I
our community.
simple rule of action would be fulfilling an obligation -The Cocoa Tribune with chains of only a few several others. I the annual sales campaign for I Enforcement Academy t

which adults owe to the young, and would units, pointed out that: the company In the area servedby J. Marvin Phillips Jr. gradual.ed .
a Mr. C. 8. Seeland and Mr. W T.
relieve the elders of serious delinquency on their The number of items in today' the Florida Telephone Corpora-'- last week at the Florida Law I
part. And It wouldn't take a new law or more taxes For Clean Election, Too supermarket has Increasedby Stokely have bought the Suwannee tion. Enforcement Academy after completing .
Garage which has been operatedfor
to accomplish results It's a rare thing, indeed when the United thousands. a highly Intensified five-
to this a number of years by Mr Olen
To give display
It looks as if we could learn something from States Senate agrees unanimously on anything. proper Newsome. day course of Instruction specia-
the American Chinese Including those whose Hence its 88-0 vote in favor of a "clean elec.tlons" larger volume requires bigger 1955 tiling In the areas of burglary,
stores with much more floor
lives are spent in so-called grinding poverty. amendment to the Administration's voting space. Misses Bertha Jones and Ethel Closing out a light docket the larceny. and robbery investigations.

-Bradford County Telegraph Starke rights bill II worthy of more than passing note. More shelving, cooling cabinets Jernlgtn, two of the charming spring term of Circuit Court concluded

And regardless of the size of the margin we equipment are needed and young ladles of Branford spent Its work on this past Friday I Duke Phillips McCallister.is a deputy to Sheriff

Month Of MayAs applaud the fact they chose to incorporate the their costs are higher. the week end with Mr and Mrs with Circuit Judge Hal W; The
that
program Phillips completed -
J. M. Hall. Adams
provision.It More land for larger parkIng presiding.
May appears on the scene, It Is hard to realize featured a numcbr of outstanding -
that one-third! of 1965 is now history Vacations provides stiff penalties of up to $10,000 or space U required. 17-year-old'' Instructors who represented
Miss Haffey and Miss Clmmie Miss Evelyn Palmer
line ,
right down the ,
And
so on
five years in prison or a combination of the two,
will begin and schools in their final monthof the Attorney General's Office.
are including higher labor costs and Barton returned yesterday from Suwannee High Junior was II
for vote-buying, false registration or conspiracyto Florida State University the. ,
study. Raleigh N. C. named
big Investments in transport where they have Miss Suwannee County
\ Federal Bureau of
ballot results.
May It Is believed derives Its name from Mala, rig equipment to move stock from been attending St. Mary's College here Wednesday night In a beauty Investigation .
Such practices have been all too common In and will spend their I contest Secretary of State's office South, .
the mother of Mercury, The celebration of May warehouses. vacation with sponsored by Cannon '
Day is held in many colleges and schools with the the past and the unfortunate thing I is that they their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Theatres Twenty-two of the I ern numerous Bell Telephone enforcement Company, and '

election of May Queens. This custom probably have been winked at and accepted to far too greata Kroger one of the largest retail Barton. county's most beautiful young throughout Florida. agencies

began in England as a survival of the Roman degree as part of the political game. food chains testified its return girls competed In the contest for Attorney General Earl Falrclotli
festivals. The technique of "grave-yard registration" Is on dollar sales after taxes, Miss Ethel and Miss Irene the title. presented the certificates
to the
The battle of Manila Bay occurred on the first more than a figment of somebody's over-active was 1.18 cents In 1955; 13 cents Blume the two attractive and accomplished graduates and commended the of.
In 1964 and 1.29 cents In 1985. daughted of Mr and An old custom win be revived
Imagination, and one can only guess how elec- : ficers for their
day of May In 1898 and played a major part in many efforts to provide
Kroger's average cost for beef Mrs. E. J. Blume. returned the here Sunday when Mike Tuc Ol.
the victory of the United States over Spain Another tions It has swung over the years Votes have been more effective public service to J
latter of will
In 1965 was 41.3 cents a pound, pan the week from Bristol operatlor of Mike's Lunch the
famous date Is May 7, 1915. when the Lusl- bought and sold and the guilt Is not confined to average selling price 49 cents and Va., where they have been attending serve one of his famous benefit them citlsens of the of Florida lie assured

tania bound for Liverpool from New York, was one area or one party. average spread 7.8 cents In 1904 school. dinners. Mike Is serving this time lion continuing coopera
and
fun
torpedoed off the coast of Ireland without warning If the "clean elections" amendment ls taken the coat was 411 cents, selling at the American Legion Home en lilies and staff support of of the fad-!
by Oerman submarines with the loss of 1150 seriously and enforced, it will eliminate the worst price 499 cents and average the Madison bwa,. .his office.0fflre .

persona from our body politic spread a.6 cents." 79/17 W

Mother's Day was originated In 1907 and In One hopes It turns out that way, In the reports I read I did not In a record-breaking second Latest developments In the WO- < Sapse si MeCi>. eS's> _

1914. Congress specified the second Sunday In Mayas -The Cocoa Tribune I' notice any figures to Indicate consumers primary vote and with all but

Mother's Day, are being gouged by retailers. nine of Florida's 1430 precincts

The first transcontinental railroad was com 1. This Cut Wise But I am wondering how accounted for Speasard Holland
the apparent lack of fluctuations NOTICETo
pleted on May 10. 1869 the two lines meeting at captured the gubernatorial nomination -
Oovernment economy Is a praise-worthy objective and
In beef cost selling pricesfrom
with
Promontory Point Utah. Armed Forces Day is observed a goal too seldom sought In these times Kroger in a ten-year period Whitebait of a margin better over than Francis

May 15, and Memorial Day falls on May 30. Under most circumstances editors would be the will be Interpreted In the light of votes 67.000 Tobacco Growers

-Lake Wales News last to quarrel with the effort of an agency to charges from the cattle and pro- -

save tax-payers' hard-earned cash cessing Industry that chains are Efforts of the City Council to

Vaccine ;Memorial To Dr. Salk However one feels reservations about the proposed exerting an adverse. Influence by assure Live Oak's getting its big- Using ]12 Inch Flues

Dr. Jonas Salk was honored recently on the Agriculture Department cutback of $20 million ; dictating prices at which they will test street paving opportunity

tenth anniversary of the official sanction of his In soil conservation funds. buy. took a different turn Friday night

anti-polio vaccine as "safe, potent and effective," Part of this it supposed to be recouped Incidentally as more hearingsare when the city fathers met to discuss -
being held it has been re- the W. P. A. approved Jaycee NO ORDERS TAKEN
The accuracy of that conclusion. has been through a "revolving fund" Into which farmers ported members of the Commission paving project.Eleven .
amply demonstrated In the past decade. When pay up to half the cost of technical assistance are becoming concerned with

the yacclne first came into general use, crippling they receive from the SCS. the magnitude of the task they girls were awarded trips AFTER JUNE 10th

polio claimed thousands of victims' each year. To the extent, however that the plan resultsIn have undertaken.A to the annual summer Girls 4-H

Now the number Is almost Inflnltestlmal. a reduction of conservation practices it wouldbe report on all the Influences short course at Tallahassee June

The victory in the battle against the crippling false economy; a penny-wise-pound foolish program at work In the huge Industry that lfor outstanding records on Suwannee Sheet Metal Works

disease will stand as a memorial to Dr. Salk and There's every evidence conservation practices moves food from the fanner'sgate various projects and achievements

to those who have developed an effective oral preventative have been more than paying their way in to the consumer's market during the pats year at the annual S. Ohio Are. Lr. Oak, Florid.
basket, and all the costs accumulated
summer county 4-" Club
a more Impressive memorial than couldbe the saving of
resources and In Improving the agricultural : along the way Is a real

created from stone or marble. economy, I handful of work and requires a lot

That victory encourages hope that someone Cocoa Tribune of digging to get the facts.
will find the cure for cancer and other so-far unconquered I. The Commission has just abouta

Ills of man 'solutions that now seem Much of the trouble with traffic on highways year more to get the job done.

as elusive as did the polio antidote just a few today Is that there are too many hardtop

years ago. convertibles being driven by soft-top drivers Instant ham Hardly. But the e YOURE JUST

-Cocoa Tribune Blade-Empire, Concordla Kan.Woman's packing Industry Is getting pretty

. close to, ', ,, a A III OLETEASE <
U. 8. Department of Agricul
A Place To LeaveThe Intuition Is about two-thirds suspicion. ture and researchers at the Oklahoma .

lease on the White House Is highly prised Crow's Nest Agricultural Experiment ,
.
but tenant are seldom content with the quarters Station have developed' a method Mfi.PETT1BOtV

provided. President Johnson Is no exception Beggars are rarely surprised by the size of the I of producing smoked precooked a .

Johnson complains of air traffic overhead tour gift they get. hams ready to warm and serve
I within 15 hours after. the hoc Is
Isis underfoot and conferences all around. It's not
the kind of place you would pick to live In: It's a Life would be simpler If the people on earth : slaughtered.It .
viewed u possibly the outstanding "
were more sincere.
place you go to after work," he says explaining his
marketing develop-
meat
.
Intention to spend more working time In Texas. I. ment of this decade
In hU words are historic. echoes "You don't Long-range planning Is the answer to such a Instead of bring chilled for 34

live there.;' Theodore Roosevelt said of the White problem. hours, the hot carcass Is cut Immediately

House "You... only Exhibit A to.the country" after slaughter. Cuts .

Harry Truman called It "the finest prison In Many a life of the party Is a washout at home are subjected to quick chilling at
world. minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

TR escaped to Oyster Bay as often as he could. Conventional processing requires
The 2 to 3 weeks The
Suwannee DemocratOF days rap
FDR was forever taking off for Hyde Park Warm id
processing would reduce pack
Springs or Shangri-la, the presidential hideaway In LIVE OAK FLORIDA ers' costs several minion dollarsa Doubt whether this will make the June wedding deadline.
the Catoctlns that became Camp David In the administration year. Blunt saving II.en In

of President Eisenhower: who was alsoa "In the Heart -/ lAe 5.*..fin.. JNeer Fefley reducing the need for large refrigerated But all the newly-wed who do we invite you to discuss

frequent fugitive to Augusta Gettysburg and storage apace Expensive -
Denver. BANNER Consolidated LEADER: pork Inventories could be of
Established: 1884 August 7. 1897 Established 1888 financing furniture appliances and your new home.
President Truman got a respite during the re raMbhe. Every TUmrfay at ftoe c.... greatly reduced because the meat
Street
construction of the WhIte House Interior and Louie C. Wadsworth. could move to market only a few Your will farther at low-cost bank
... Editor A Publisher hours after slaughter. money go rates.
found Blair House cozier TheKennedy's restored Clara S. Wadsworth........ Associate Editor .
period authenticity to the mansion but spent much Walter Lee Olin..... Advertising Manager

time away from H at Hyannis Port Manhattan. GoorgeT.. (Pete) Wright .... Shop!.Foreman Signal Lane ChangeMany
retreat In the Virginia
Palm Beach and a family Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Raids. drivers nave BO trouble

hills. SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 84 00 remembering to signal their Intention -
And no one blamed them, for It cant be too RATES Outside Buwannee County 5.00 to turn but they often for-

easy to relax after a hard day's work In a place ALL SUBaCRflrriONS=-PayabJe"in AdvKDlBEROPI n gt that lane-changlnc Demands

that eomblnes the characteristics of the Metropolitan a signal, too. If 7OU'" ever driven

Museum and Grand Central Station. behind someone who has changed COMMERCIAL BANK

Bun It the WhIte House Is a place lot presidents lanes without warning you know .

to get away from on frequent occasions permanent '. contemplated without.
departure Is never 8 Patrol asks you to consider the _
regret and Is postponed as long as the Constitution au_ other fellow and advertise' well LIVE OAK FLORIDA

and, the voters allow. ahead every move' you makethat
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= (Of gml te4i f dirs. Jon Stephen Earglei Haickim-Mclnnis Wedding Date For |t- Engagement Announcement I


In last weeks' tame the date "".\'''' .I.... ,'.-:.

time, and plies ef the wedding ,,' .
WOMeN -r- .f Miss Un Rodney Hall Mclnnls was Inadvertently
A. emitted.
The wedding will be an event
I CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor of June It at 8:M .,..... al the 4e
'kAa New Magnolia TUptbt Church

\Vcn: n's Guild Officers InstalledNew near Branford.m .

offlceMO' the Women's dies with the candle with which ;
Guild of St. PranciTXtikr Ct*>- she had previously been Installed., OarkSaniulerHWnlding
olle Church were Installed Wednesday '' The Rev. James F. Edwards.
evening at service held pastor of the parish was guest Plane
May 20, In the social hall of the speaker and presented the accomplishments vi Mrs. Oladya Clark. Route 1.
church. of the guild during Live Oak announces the wedding
Installed In the Impressive candlelight the past year and outlined plans plans of her daughter Emily Y
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service were Mrs. ennlll for the coming year. Juanlta. to Nathan Hiram Saundera l
Hart, president; Mrs & ., Following the Installation Mrs. 4 son of Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Patterson vice president; Mrs. Hart presented Mrs Hugo F sotolon.o Saunders of Route Pour Live Oak. ', r'two '
Robert Hormuth secretary; and outgoing president, witha Miss Clark la the daughter of M
Mrs. W. O. Hurst Jr., treasurer I gift from the guild members. the late Albert W. Clark. The
Mrs. Fred J Hill president of: Mrs Rotolongo presented gifts to bride-elect graduated from Su-
St. Anne Guild of Epiphany Mrs. Henry B. Dover. Mrs. Hor wannee High School In 1963 and
Church of Lake City was the Installing : muth. and Mrs. Hart, all of whom has been employed by Mott Buick
officer. I served a a officers with her last i
As each officer stopped forward' year. Co.Mr.. Saunders graduated from ; :
Mrs. Hill gave them the chargeof At the close of the services an Suwannee High School In 1B8I
their office lighting their canBemlerFolsom Informal reception was held with and Is now attending Georgia :I
Mrs. Hunt Mrs Sotolongo. Mrs. Tech Atlanta Oa., where he willreceive a
II I Dover, and Mrs. David B. Eg-: his Bachelor) of Aero Space "
I gleston as hostesses. Engineering degree In June, ht ,
EngagementMr. Spring floral arrangements In will then be employed by the Boeing
I milk glass bowls were used thru- Company Seattle Wash.
and Mrs. Randolph E. Ben- out the halL e The wedding will be an event of
der of Live Oak announce the approaching The refreshment table was laid June 9 at 1:00: pm. at the Orange
marriage of their with a linen embroidered cutwork Baptist Church Uve Oak. A reception Mr. and Mr. J. E. Reed ef Live Oak. annennce the wuMoment
daughter Patricia. Xarlene. to cloth and centered with an arrangement will be held at the church. and approaching marriage ef their daughter, IJnda Kvefen
Harry Joseph Folsom son of Mr of white gladioli! and No Invitations are being sent locally te Raymond ... CannarelU, Mon ef Mr. and Airs. Santo ('an".II..f .
and Mrs. Woodrow W Folsom of Ivy In a pedestal milk glass bowl 1r'Mr but all friends and relatives WIlson ('east.
Maro set between matching: candleholders are cordially Invited to attend
Mlas Reed U a gradyaU ef flewsnnee High School and la proenllr -
Wedding vows will be exchanged holding burning pink tapers both the wedding and reception, .
employed ay the fill In W..llln..n. II. C.
May 29 at 2 PA. In Wettwood A milk glass punch bowl (filled a .
Baptist Mr. f'annarella U irtduate e( Indoor tilth ftthool, Wlna-
Invitations
Church no are with pink fruit punch was placed
being sent, but friends and relatives at one end of the table. At the IIM Hit! Shower doe Conn, ands presently employ by the FBI.tn .
are cordially invited other end were milk glass paw Honoree TuesdayMiss August wedding Is planned.

Jean Hilt bride-elect of Mr Brown thus hostess' Tuesday<<
and Mrs M. C Swims ef Jacksonville, anneenre the June, was honored with a linen
snurrisge ef their. tfaBibter, Martha Helen, te .Jon Sleehtn rarile.MI shower on May II In the home of I The Ooodwlll Club met last The club studied the llth chapter
., Mr. a4 Mr*. M. M. Nevella! ef Jackeenvllle. formerly ef Mrs Leroy McDaniel on Meadow Tuesday In the home of Mrs.' Jesse of Second Corinthian
... Street. Drown on White Avenue with seven Mrs. Phil Brim dismissed the
Live Oak. May
James B. Daniels members present, I
The living room and dining
Uelng Ue wedding a reception was held at the hems .f held of Mrs, Martha Kellogg and Tam meeting with a prayer,
the. ........ parenta.The room flowers which arrangements were placed spring at my Heeler received prises for the Mrs Brim will be hastens to the

ceaaJe will reside at Ills Us SanUe Way Apt I. Ja k- vantage points In the rooms. games played club, on June 1.
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envllle The dining room table war overlaid -
Mrs Karile graduated frem Laden high Scheel. In IM1 and with a white embroidered

OAK and BRANFORD Mr. Ears frees I......... Illtk Sche In IMS. cutwork was a floral cloth. Centering design of the gladioli table, Dem Skeeters Sho Gittin Bad.

Keith Sweat Party honoree Fruit punch nuts,cake and mints \Ve make all Aluminum screens for all type win
'. Now have two radio-dispatched were served by the hostess down, We also have all Aluminum Screen doors,
oxygen Mrs Wilbur A. Sweat was hostess corral The cake was topped with
Mrs J. I. Dunn )Mrs Vernon also wood screen door.
equipped ambulances on call twenty. to a birthday party last Wednesday seven candles. Hltt and Mrs Estelle Hudson received We repair all type of aluminum screens.

four hours each day in both Live Oak her afternoon.son. Keith,May on his II.seventh honorIng served The young birthday row cake pokes and were lcocft'am pries for the games played CALL US FOIl AN ESTIMATE Volt
They presented the prises to the SCUKEN3: OH REPAIRS.
and Branford.CALL. birthday. by the hostess Favors were honoree.
Members of Krtth'i first grade given to each child and pictures,' Twenty-two guests were Invitedto
Class celebrated with him. made of the group. be with the honoree and hostess. Langford Builders Supply
DAY OR NICHT The birthday cake war aitutl- Nineteen young guests and class I'I .
Sound-Up, featuring cowboys In a teacher, Mrs Parr, enjoyed the S llrlvvmten Si. R.K. Phone gssdt73
occasion: with the honoree. I Of fire Re..Uee at MeCrtmen'e)
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362. 3333 935-4100 of assorted cookie and compotes
of nuts.Among
LIVE OAK BRANFORDJ. the tu* U present were
Mrs A. M. BtrUher. Mr*. Park I' ,1
B. DANIELS JR., L-F.D. Olover and Mrs. Paul Bnjrder, III I '

of Lake City. I, .
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PAGE FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 27 1965



Would Re Scenic WonderCongressman Funeral Services I Picnic Held For Station Employees Hosoital Group. Will Install Officers ,

Employees: and former employ Laboratory In Ames, Iowa In I -I .

Bennett Says River Held Monday For eea of the Hog Cholera Research June. N. B. Rushing who serves New officers wilt be installed their activities at the meeting.

Station in this city and their as mlcroblologlst for the facility Tuesday nfght. June I, at 1:00: Refreshments will be served in

Development Will Tourists"A now, also will be transferred to p.m. by the Suwannee County the church parlor at the close of
Bring Mrs. SkinnerFuneral families were present Tuesday af Ames. Iowa, when the station Is Hospital Auxiliary at its second the gathering.
ternoon. May 18, for a picnic outIng .
annual installation event. The
fully Suwannee River would closed.
developed have a
held at the Recreation Cen
tourism attraction and pull greater than any other Florida services for Mrs. Net ter. Present In addition to Dr. Zlno. meeting will be at the First Baptist Library Will Not Open ,1
tie Albertle Skinner who passed i ber and Rushing were Mrs. Zlno- Church in this city.
scenic wonder except our beautiful beaches. S. Saturday following lingering The station has completed its will Wednesday
away a ber and their daughter, Amy Mrs. Local physicians appear asa EveningsThe
Rep. Charles E. Bennett, of Jacksonville, Florida, told the Illness. were held Monday work and is to be phased out of Rushing and their children panel at the session and will Suwannee River Regtor

Florida Division of the Izaak Walton Leasrue of America. afternoon at 3:00: p.m. at the Mc- tbe research program next month. Steve. Mike, Claudia, and Rhoda, answer questions posed to the Library announced this .

meeting Saturday In Jacksonvilleat Alpin Advent Christian Church. Plans for the facilities to come Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Musgrove moderator from the audience. The 81 of June 2. thJlbj., that

the Mayflower Hotel. tion areas are destined to become The Rev Glenn Sumner assisted under county operation are being Miss Faye Musgrove, Master Bebe public is being Invited to participate be MM en'Wednesday! Will not

Bennett a strong; conservation 60-foot lots. Show we'an area by the Rev. Pomeroy Carter officiated developed Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Robert in this highlight of the eel Evening hours for library evening

supporter and co-sponsor of the where this is not true. The outdoor at the last rites. Burialwas Dr. M. R. Zlnober, who has been Tuttle, Mr, and Mrs. Everett sion. Irons will be discontinued for S"

Land and Water Conservation Act recreation and wildlife areas in the adjoining cemetery.Mrs. in charge of the station since its Green Kenton Baldwin Mr and I Members of the auxiliary point remainder of the summer l

and Wilderness Preservation System along the canal route will be improved Skinner was a native of beginning in 1958. will transferto Mrs. Felton Roberson and daughter with pride to accomplishments of T

legislation which was signed not hurt adding to Flo Georgia and had lived in this the National Animal Disease Lori and Mrs. H. M. Howard. the put year and will report on (Renew. Year SaheerfpUoq E
into law last year, said that all Ida's! conservation attractions county for the past- 45 years. She -Now .
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Florida should seriously considerthe Bennett praised the Florida was born April 16. 1893. and resided r

proposal to make the 250-mile Cabinet. State Legislature Boardof in the McAlpln area.

river part of the National Wild Conservation and outdoor The deceased was a member of For: SaJe-lteaJ Estate 1f

Rivers System, now pending In groups, for their farsighted ef- the Plnemount Baptist Church, 1 iw ; p / 1L
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Congress particularly since It alreadY forts in presenting a comprehen located at McAlpln. DJDQrLu1Yfl 1I'

has Administration support slve statewide outdoor recreation Survivors include two daugh ) Branch Office t.So

"The country wants to see the plan for future generations to enjoy ters. Mrs. Vann Jones. McAlpln, SUWANNEE I'a I'a
river Stephen Poster wrote about." the great outdoors. He said and Mrs. Willie Jones, Okeechobee RIVER I'a

Bennett said. "The Suwannee because Florida was a leader In i ; a son, Nathan Skinner. Live FOR SALE FOR RENT REALTY
LITTLE ADS
River epitomizes the grandeur of this that the state would receive Oak; three sisters Mrs. Mary 407 Dowllng St. I'h I'w

the Old South and should It be over $3 million over a two year Jane Nix, Tavares Mrs. J. O. Mel- BIG RESULTS FOR SALE Ford SupraDextadiesel FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Farm Bureau Bldg

revitalized under a National Rivers period from the Land and Water ton. Ft. Pierce and Mrs Hattie tractor 8 months old. like homes. Plenty of room. Nice "" ratfrioSss'ta. 11u
program It would have a dynamic Conservation Act. Lou Green. Orlando; three brothers BJY-SELL-EXCHANGE new condition. $2100. Terms and clean. Good owen water.

tourist pull second only to He also said the Everglades National John Register, Cocoa Newman Whatever the purpose you will can be arranged. Can or see Lake for fishing and swimming irswsSfiS:

Florida's beaches. Park in South Florida, and Register, Ft Pierce and find Democrat classifieds do John V. Phllpot. M. D.. Lake Morgan's Trailer Park US 00

"The Suwannee could become I I the Okefenokee National Wildlife Zeke Register Trenton; 13 grandchildren the Job. quickly and well. City cdJJ 52-3 West Live Oak Florida.'Phone FOR BALE -
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the newest and most prominent Refuge In Georgia were understudy and 21 great-grandchl 382-2010. pctdj 19-19 wannee River acres near 8u: piT

American tourist! attraction If local as possible additions to the dren. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION FOR SALE and fenced mostly cleared
FOR RENT 3-bedroom house 1/2
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Wilderness Preservation program, Active pallbearers were Larry 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays mile road front-
people and property ownerscan Salvage and New Building age $1.,000
Jones, James Jones, Lawton Jones, on 8. Suwannee Ave. Call PaulA. or 40 acres
work out a suitable program which Includes 01 million acres In LOW RATE FOR RESULTS I Materials Marcus 18.000 athr
Byrd 362-1389 or 383-1387. Vaught Rt
Aubrey Jones, Sherrlll Skinner 5,
with the Pederalrovernment." 13 states 354 cents per word, with a Plywood Paneling caJJ tf A. Live O.k, ..., ""'_Box_ 33p. Ixpi
and R. A. Green. -- .
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Bennett cited an economic study minimum of '1.00. Intelor DooreExterior 362-3255. l prone
by the University of Florida for Serving as honorary pallbearers (All classifieds must k* paid In Doors FOR RENT 8-room furnished : Pbab 1-2 to

the National Park Service that Twelve Local Student were Oeonze N Croft, Henr advance.) Aluminum Windows house on Harrow St. Ideal for alta
Croft, Wade Keen. Walter Sum. FOR
pointed out that a Suwannee Na- ONE WEEK FREE Sinks. Lavatories couple. Phone 382-1358. BALE::
tional Park area might attract Make Dean's List ner, Wylton Gaston Deaun Gaston Classifieds ordered for five Galvanized and Plastic Pipe all U Brick 'feneer home located
Oof, .
Pasco Crews, Howard Sherwood
1,250,000 visitors to the area an- Twelve students from Live Oak weeks, run the last week free. Floor Tile Forest 3 bedrooms ar
nually and produce income total- were named to the Dean's List Leon Avery George W. Croft, ".01 will pay for a 28 word Upholstery Material. !!te. FOR RENT Furnished guest 3 bathe, electric heat, I and a
and Drew
ling 27780000. at North Florida Junior College Lavaughn Sessions advertisement for five weeks. IL W. MOBREIX house. Contact Mrs. Irby H. year III1a1J clown age 5 Cr

One of the leaders for the for the spring term. Skeen. Use Suwsnnee Democrat CIa.... Four Miles West of Lake City Black 362-2250 after 6 p.m. Price $15,000 P. Jr. A.payment finance, 111

Cross-Florida Barge Canal Ben- The 12 students were Donald tires for Proven Results. On rinemonnt Road csJltf/ available to Qualified tie
bUYl'r.
nett said "The development of Edmond Bass, Daniel St8.'IsenBrim. Last Rites For phjj 51-3 TO RENT Fully equipped private

the Suwannee River and preservation Franklin Paul Flowers. Roland .MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS bachelor quarters and cab- A home for sale In SherwOOd Perut hoN

of its natural attributes is Wayne Howard. Sheila Ann Ins also available soon. Apartments : 3 bedrooms. 2 Data ,-.
a positive step to take, contrasted McDanlel. Martha Irene McFar- Burnett Held HELP WANTED for others located close Ing room' dining room kitchen u dl'

with those who are being duped land. Wlllard A. Patterson. Faith : by. See Mrs. Brown. 303 Win- Carport ut.l1Jty room all a ,

into opposing the Cross-Florida M. Protsman, Nicky M. Tsacrlo Here MONEY for your farm opera- CURB HELP WANTED NOW.Ages ., derweedle St.. Live Oak between good, large lot. good tern on .a
Barge Canal on the ridiculous Jr., Arthur Howard Tucker and SaturdayFuneral tions at reasonable cost. Termsto 18 to 40. Apply In personA the Nehl Bottling Co. WI't

claim that it will harm the wild- Nelda Diane Weaver. services for Wilma I fit your needs. Loans up to I & W Drive In. eajj tf and the Oulf Oas station. Budget PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor
life of the area. To be eligible to be on the list 7 years. Call North Florida Pro 4" 8. OhJo
Jesse Uncle Bill Burnett were arrangement. pbff 1-2 AVe.
"As one who has lived In Florida a student must be enrolled in at duction Credit Assn. 8. Ohio WANTED Waitresses Apply at Live Oat,
for 60 years, I say this is a phony least 12 hours of work and earn at held last Saturday Church at the with Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 3622588. Dixie Grill. cajj tf HOUSE FOR SALE. Also Con- Florida
land Baptist abe-tf
issue. Everyone knows that areas least a B average. Rev. Cecil Poltlvent ClaY-I c I WAITRESSES WANTED Must ner's Pool opened 2 apartments e tI I
in Florida not protected as government Seventy-two students were available. Call 362-293S FOR
I Burial was in the Clayland be over 21. Apply in person be- BALE -150
parks or outdoor recrea I named to the list. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. tween or 9632743. caJJ tf of acre fern, mile
List Cemetery adjoining the Machine, machlneless. and cold the hours of 9-12 ajn. at Suwannee River new 3 btod.
church. Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake FOR RENT Rooms room 2 bathroom 'fOak.
wave permanent given Operators located hone .
Burnett was born in 1899 in 8u- City, caej tf tobacco allotment
Annie H. Hills, Myr- conveniently down town. Parable W M Su111
wannee County and was a retired tle Mills, and Mary Drew House. Call van Rt. 4. Live Fla
BRIDGESFENCE Merchant Marine. He had lived 3622128.pdJJ
I Boatrlght. Manicurist Ruby 2-' PdJJ 1-3
for the past nine years in Jacksonville -
Sanford at Annie's each Thursday
Burnett was a member FOR RENT Unfurnished two FARM AND
Friday and Saturday. TIMBER
of the Masons and was a veteran. caal tf RESERVE LIFE bedroom house on Helvenston AVAILABLE LOANS

COMPANYU.S. of World War II. Ave.. located next to Red & For Information :

Survivors Include his widow, INSURANCE COMPANY White Grocery Call 383-3349 PAUL A, call or see

Mrs. Ruby Mime Burnett. Jack- after 6 pjn. pcJJ 2I -. BYRD
ANY TYPE tOt 8.
Ohio
oiwllto; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Ave
90 East Lake, City, Fla. Mcl. o4. 1,4'. Oak a i 101\. MEM011ALWORK One of Florida's oldest legal reserve FOR RENT Clean cool, furnished Live Oak Florid*

W. A. Burnett. Jacksonville; a ..IaI Q companies sprcisllalng in I, apartment. Large room Phone ia-IStt .

I ter Mrs Harry Butler, Jackson I hospital medical surgical Income Completely private. Phone 382 __ e tf

CHAIN LINK FENCE ville;; two brothers, Charlie and DONE protection and a full line of life 2441- cajjtf
Joe Burnett both of Jacksonville
: Insurance coverage U planning an FOR SALE: House and tot

and six grandchildren. Granite, Marble, Bronze extensive program and will re- '. WANTED 110' i 160" on 8. Walker Ave
Pallbearers were Tony Boat. emit J. O.
a limited Cannon at Cannon
number of ft
men to
right W. O. Brim. O. C. Taylor Phone 362-3333 WOUt
Free Estimates complete our staff, Lumber Co. Phone 381I'1' .
Hugh Nash Wilbur McLeod. and LIVE OAKMONUMENT Applicant must be over 21 and WANTED Electrical work. Repairs eajj tf
Jesse Allen. or new wiring. Refrigerator
under 59
CO. 2. years of age repairs. Air conditioners,
Bank Financing Homer Must have a burning desire to parts and
Sanford.
Rep. supplies. Call 363-
Mm. Fisaell AssistsAt
_. earn no a day with our day old 3211. HORNE REALTY CORP.
eaJJ M-J
Qualified lead,.
Dinner Dance
PHOTO COLORING IN OIL 3. $43U4 monthly BRANCH OFFICE

CALL Mr. Fred Flssell assisted with Charles A. Taylor, Rt. 4, Box earning to those who guaranteed qualify For Sl.-Retl Estate 118 W. Reward 8L
the decorations for a dinner danceat
186. Live Oak Fla. Phone with
382- a potential of $.00 to
$1600
752-1123 LAKE CITY the Capitol City Country Club 2293. pajJ so-3 per month. GEORGE B. DEESAssociate
last Thursday honoring Oov. and 4. Men selected
will be TRAILER:
Mrs Haydon Burn given by the ANNOUNCING The opening otDixie' given of- OWNERSLOTS
flee and .... ___
field
tr.inin... ... ..... FOR RAIJC
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Little Cabinet. Child Care Center.. lollY -- --
pwlenced Company GOOD TERMS. Priced PhOne 362-16B8
personnel $313
24th. Child care by the hour,
including weekend schooling in OUTSIDE: CUT (but close in)
day or week. 24 hour service 20 ACRES: WOODLAND
Points
seven days a week Reasonable or Georgia.located either In Florid PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor About 1/4 Mil Off Graded Road
406 8. Ohio Ave.
rates. Mothers if you are work-

The Sales tog shopping, or Just going to a .5..Those Automobile neeenary, Lira Oak. Florida 3 BEDROOM HOME
Departmentof selected must beryl Im.mediately Phone 383-1389 .
calf
party, Dixie at 363-2704 or Good location. 100' x 1JO' lot

see at 1802 6th St.. 8. W.. Live T,The men selected etf' utility room and carport, 110.300
at
Oak. this time
pgdd 1-3
$1.500 down.
will within
30
days, be placed
HAVE: MOWER. RAKE. AND In chart of nearby branch of-
80 ACRES
Ratliff Motor Company BALER. Will do custom work flee as manager 4COMPLETE
For 69 Acre: In Cultivation
or on shares. Hiram Ranck. confidential interview fin out .
Five Mile To Town
and
mall ROOMS
M3-2M2. pbJJ 3-3 coupon below. If you feel
it necessary. you may submit TRANSFERRED TO MIDWEST Good Waterhole
.
per Nice Building Bite
IS NOW anal resume along with Please help n>* save my credit on
coupon.
O FOR SALE houseful of beautiful furniture 69.0001/$ Down

consisting of 7 pe. living roomroup
FOR SALE: Used Tim and Name sofa in nylon fabric A 160 ACRES

Tubes. Bargains for tare Stftet Addl'fu matching club chair. 2 stop tablr NIce Brick Horn
trucks tractors All Uses avail City II 8tat. with matching cocktail table. J Three Bedroom Modern SaUl
OPEN UNTIL 9:00 able. Some like new. Hundreds Tel. No. tall lamp, master bedroom suite Tobacco Allotment Corn Bw

to pick from. Barber' Service Age... consisting of triple dresser with Good Location

Station. O'Un ce, 939-3333.: Also tilling mirror large cheat on chest, Good Farm Land

available through your nrighborhcod nummoth aim bookcak bed. 7 $18.000 23% Down I

service station from Writ: pC. dinette set with .11. leaf table

& Barber's Tire Service, wholesale Personnel Director / foam padded chain run use FOR SALE: A wen established
Every Friday Saturday NightFOR division_ CadJ tf P. 0. Box 10471 rang .A family KJU refrigerator grocery store and equipment

Tampa. Florida With Croel top lreetrr: Nice Urine quarter built
FOR BALK: New and used e 2IIELP Mt of dlahte. lining II pots rss. back. Contact Mrs. EitrOe yen.
Plane*. PrIer Music CoNortt
PUcna1. dtr. Branford. Fla." Puss 'U'
YOUR CONVENIENCE Ohio Ave. Live Oak 362-3188. WANTED at lIow1ancl'l ZENITH CONSOLE TVDELIVERY 3441. SItU I I.J

JUroR Oulf Station. Apply in 0rI.. eoa& ..It.10. I buss pUcI
person.cbjj
It I FOR BALK
SALE: Foulan\ 1.10. win take
and Pioneer

I Our service department is open from 7:30 a.m. until chain Logging saws suppUe, parts hock and, clamp service., FRONT END: LOADER operator 2-3 $87flW air Ample MY STORE room: BUILDING to enlarge 3T m x hart M

needed. eo adlt mad. We .tb. Adjoin
Permanent
bow, bar, and chain job tn th*
I 6:00 thru for most small gasoline Repair TaTUhasM rues Can sheet DI1 1'CIU1t7.' Ho money dowel tog 1 room bous. 2 baths s.r
and closed
: Monday Saturday Thursday engine Just tate
p.m., Tyre Saw Engine Bervtoe. Mr. Paul Ktatmg. 177.2043 or I em INIJ1IIen&l U wk conditioned and central heat. Seat
of nIrontag
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formerly Brctrto: Service a... 234-4171. Taflahasae eabJ2 NATIONAL everything UiromhouL
afternoons. *. Also adjoining ITS n
i 908 Ith 8U Your man r-.itare Ware.
engine
...... highway frontage. Last of drair-
headquarters eadj) U LOST & FOUND JI22 Beech Bhd. n. .lStl able PrKd
I frantag* close to town :
Open /d.
FOR SALE An Use of tar. Rat. M. Bun 12-1 I right

! paullln. guaranteed DOt to Irak. ISO REWARD for mum of brown JadaotmJI. n.. JULIAN E. CROSS

THE FORD PLACE Onus Brown Motor. edJJ U aD4 white renal Beat bound. .2
Answer to name of ifcocOesT. ASSURED

.: Family pet Phone Mr. Jack ANYWHERE
Ncery. SO-337. yejj .1-2 Odd fad
1-2 I
Phone 343-3219. eU 10-3 I'll' etty' of fts tIIrt. O. ..
RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANY LOST B** l* puppy, females atatIaeeC Mcaaate alocatstor
FOR _
FOR BALE
SALE 3-year old man months Mostly whit with >i-adrwoa Items as M aa I
U.S. 129 North with saddle $200. Tralntd. black spot*. Last Incited 1 al..m from the at tte wkbrpu .
( Phone 362-1112 seen on May qty* man raBm4 *ts-
gentle. f... I* a pet Ouaraa. with 2 awe et hag
tIoaIa
Road I
between pine and Ohio .a 1J. a eia a 34-lost ..*i* an r
LIVE OAK FLORIDA teed satisfaction Joe HamUn. Aft. Child" bdtbway pKaA bw.q .....
.i y' pet Phone 33. with 0wp .... fury eta".. 1M
Lazy a.Ranch.. Mayo Fla 1870. Mr*. MalUna. *, Fran 8Lpajel tIedrte Oaap PAUL A. -.w. 10 u... Y .. *y
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. I SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE FIVE


(9f gm: e/te4i,1 fh Garden dub Bridal Shower y'rPRIVATI Mills Selected

Officers Installed For Miss Thompson

The Live Oak Garden Club Inc.. Miss Harriett Thompson bride- I Accompanist For
: met Friday at the Garden Center elect ot May 10. was honored with
WOMEN for their general meeting and Installation a miscellaneous bridal shower
of officers for the coming Tuesday evening May U. In the Choral Union
year. home of Mrs John Cannon with
I Prior to the covered dish lunch Mrs. Paul Lee Mrs Connell William B. Mills son of Mrs.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor eon Mrs. J. R. Walkup gave the Thompson Mrs Brock: Allen and Myrtle Mills of Live Oak.has been
Invocation Mrs. Cannon aa hoitesses. selected as the accompanist for
r.- Mrs. Lawrence Lee outgoingpresident a The refreshment table was over the Florida State University

: IiS8 >san Here and There presented Mrs. M. H. laid with a cutwork linen cloth.: Choral Union
*- Hlngson. incoming president and The cutglass punch bowl was The choral: union consists of over -
Tea Honoree gave her the gavel and president'spin. 1 placed at one end of the table on one-hundred musicians from all
Mr* O. B. Taylor, Mr. CharlesO'Neal Mr.. and Mrs. Horry H. Hair Jr. Mrs. George Allen pinned the rip 1A a large matching tray encircled parts of Florida and the United.
Mr. Lewis Tucker, Mrs.Melous of Tallahassee and Captain and put president's pin on Mrs. Lee. with pink rosebuds On the other States.. '
Johnson Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Horry H. Hair m and chil Mrs. Lee presented Mrs C. A end of the table WM a mass de- Each trimester the group per. j'
Stokes Mrs. Paul Barr and Mrs.H. dren. Hank and Lisa of Lakeland Webb who had charge of the 1mpreaslve sign of pink roses and Queen forms a major choral work. This
W. Lundy honored Miss Harriett spent Saturday In Live Oak with installation ceremony of Anne's lace In a silver rose bowl trimester they have chosen the
. Thompson with a tea at the Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. officers for the coming year. Silver trays held miniature sandwiches Brahma' Requiem The Requiem
Lundy home on Saturday, May Miss Dana Swafford. daughterof Installed were Mrs. Hlngson and cakes. Compotes of will be performed Monday night
First from three until five o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Swafford. president; Mrs George Allen, vice roasted nuts and mints were also June U. at 1.00: pm In the Op-
Mrs. Howard Wright presided at. of Hunters AFB. Savannah Oa. president: Mrs. C. O. Palmer secretary on the table. perman Music Hall on the campus :
the tea table the tint hour and spent the week end here with her : Mrs H. W. Lewis treasurer Mrs. Connell Thompson greeted of Florida State.
. Mrs. John Paul Schneider the grandmother Mrs. Ella Mae : and Mrs Phil Townsend Sr. the guests at the door and Miss Mills will accompany the choral
second hour. The table was laid Swafford. finance chairman: Connie Cannon poured punch. AUCMTION-Singlng union with a tour.manual Bkln-
with a handmade ecru-linen cutwork Mrs. E. L. Kent returned home Circle chairmen will be Mr*. Mrs BUI Roper and Mrs. Ferry star Mimi Iieni.ll Is given a ncr pipe organ. The concert will
cloth. Centering the table last Thursday after a ten-day visIt .: George Allen. Azalea Circle: Mrs. James received planes for the private audition by Splash be conducted by Herman OunterJr.
.as a silver tea service backed with her brother-in-law and,OXtonald Hatch Camellia Circle; games ptsjred. the Miami aquarium poe of the music faculty of Florida
with an arrangement. of pink Mrs. J. W. Harvard. Dogwood Circle -,. The hostesses presented Miss poll who "Iln,." by forcing State
Queen Elizabeth roses In a silver ] : and Mrs. D. L. Townsend BILL SLABS designed this Thompson with sliver In her chosen air through a bob on top of .
urn with silver candle holden She was accompanied by her sis Redbud Circle. silk print dress of bromine pattern.. his head. 80 he can smile and
holding pink tapers. ter. Mrs. A. L Thompson of Tallahassee. green boldly patterned with "sln(" a' the same time Homecoming PlannedAt

. Mrs. Dan Stalner served fruit orange irises The prince Ml. Ileulah Raplkt
punch the first hour and Mrs Dance Given At body shapes to an A-Une, with Craft Guild Formed I' The Mt. Brulah Baptist Church
Bubba Pouraker the second hour. Elks dub Friday the ahoulderUne curving to aa For Nursing Council ToIr.t
Siiwuunrfl Arm will observe Its annual homecoming
The punch table laid with a hemstitched Annual Dance Revue are. I
The Elks Club was the setting An organization has been formed I Sunday, June .. Services will
On 28
ecru linen cloth: was centered May
Here Saturday NightThe for a dance Friday evening May to sell arts and crafts made In begin with Sunday School at
with a pressed glass punch 21, when Mr. and Mrs.Tom and The Suwannee County Home 10:00 ,
Martlynn Bird School of Cheek a yellow candle greenery yellow the Suwannee River Valley 8u- : am.
bowl encircled with Mario Costa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howes. Mr. mums. wannee River Crafts Guild was Nursing Advisory Council will The Rev John Dicks a former
Dance will the annual
present
pink roses and fern Trays of petit dance Saturday, May 2t. at and Mrs. Franklin Johnson, and The center columns In the room the name chosen for the organ! meet rrtda,. May 31, at. 11.15: pm. pastor, will bring tile morning
fours ribbon sandwiches, nuts revue Mr. and Mrs. Nicky Tsacrtoa: en- were decorated with yellow and sation and will coniiit of persons In the Big Dixie Restaurant mt'..... A basket. lunch will be
. and butter mints were also on the School 1:15: pin Auditorium.The Inbe. Junior High tertalned In honor of their daughter white streamers M was the entrance In Florida counties bordering the A committee: to nominate officers served at the noon hour The afternoon I I
table.In Miss Ann. Cheek Miss Martha Suwannee River for the coming year will be will be devoted to f.llow-
revue is being sponsored by door.the I I
the receiving of room was an the Girls Club of Suwannee High Sue Howe, MUs Lynn Johnson evening the 11 The organization held its first. appointed at thai. time. ship.
arrangement spring flowers In
School Tickets may be procured and Miss Cools Turns ontheir candles topping the three tiered meeting Thursday May 20, at. the -
a footed crystal container. The
sixteenth birthdays, yellow and white birthday cake
Florida Power Corporation Lounge
held from members of the Girls Club
credensa an arrangement of
A yellow and white motif was were lighted while the band played In Jasper
students of the dance schooLmother
or
white Shasta daisies and carnation
carried out In the ballroom. and sang Happy Birthday"to Mrs Thelma DolUn director of
buds In a white milk glass The serving table was overlaid the four honored guests. events at the Stephen. Foster Me.
bowl.Miss Mrs. PerbUh Thompson with a white cloth, crystal punch: Assisting were Connie Cason mortal reported to the organisa
Elisabeth Gay kept the with one of pink roses that bowls were placed at either end Nancy Johnson Mrs. John Kent, LIon that 12.000 of crafts made in
guest book. The table held a floral matched the l Identical lace dresses
with fern and yellow mums encircling Mrs Jack Mott. Mrs Homer Rat-. this area were sold during the two
design of Crimson Glory roses In worn by the honoree and her : the bane of the bowls In Uff. Mrs. John Gamble and Mrs. days of the Stephen Punter Folk
LIVE OAK, H.ORini MIONK Ill-ItII
a cutglaw pitcher. mother. the center. of the table was a tall Warren Tedder, Festival held In May of this year
Miss Thompson was presented Around TO guests called betweenthe five branched candelbra holding Dancing was enjoyed to the Officers for the new organlsa- Acalts lee-Children It.-Tai 1..1....
with an orchid corsage and her, appointed hours. burning! yellow tapers, a massed music of "The SalnU" by the two Jon elected at the meeting wereMu. not OFFICE MUMMER NCIIEDULElUlvraay
arrangement of shasta daises was hundred young people preaent. Ernest Chandler Jasper, Opens Kill Mete I tee
placed in and among the branches president: Mrs. Fred II.... Mo. Kvnday Thr.ih Friday Open MS M.... 1111:

of the candelabra so only the The number of admissions of Alpln. vice president; Mrs. It, M.
WELCOME TO yellow tapers were visible. On patients with psychiatric diagnose Curry,Jasper, seoretary-treuurer; TiU'mmY-mnMY. Mfr n-n
. I either aUk were large crjsUl to general hospitals Is estimated !- and Mrs. Marvin Reeves, Madlmn, BURL tugs
plates of party sandwiches, petit to. be as great as the number Mrs. Herman Williams. Mayo, and I.
i, fours, and other party foods. of patients admitted to state Aubrey Fowler, Live Oak members WALT DUNKf!
: The small table placed around and county mental hospitals of the board of directors. SO DEAR TO MY HEART
: Sandy Point Fish Camp the room .were covered with white (143.4S1 to state and county psychiatric CARTOON
cloths and each centered with hospitals),

and RestaurantWE 1..............................................................,. Held Happy Merling Clover MTVItUAT.! MT t. _

FORLEASE i The Happy Clover Club met on QUANTRILL'S RAIDERS

May II with June McCullera giving Fealore Ne, I -
SPECIALIZE IN the devotional. Busan Smith WORLD WITHOUT END
t and Carolyn Poole led the nag
pledges and June MoCullers gavea CARTOON
report en the Brownie sale
CHANNEL. CATFISH. ORSALE vi June McCullm, Laden Cham at pilhy.MMMnnAYa MAY M-"

\, J All You Can Eat For $1.50' I I_ I' buss and Susan to plan Smith the club are bn parlyMlM lheommltue <. CUlT RICHARD

Jean Meadow! gave a talk SWINGERS PARADISECARTOON
Open Pit Barbecue Steak on fireflies. NEWS
Building and Property Darlene ChamblUs' and Nancy

and( Chop, Country Fried Now Occupied Dove gave a demonstration. on TVER.WPD" ,.THCU.-PIL ItlNt ..4
By
Chicken Seafood Platters -How To Set A Table"
FLYIS nlll..Y
Katy flue, vice president, seected
and Shrimp $1.50 the club members for GIRL HAPPY

HOME HARDWARE month's demonstration.. .1 CARTOON

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FOW TO* & Class Of '65

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WE WISH YOU MUCH flUCCKHH: WITH YOUR FUTURE PLANS,

WKtmiKK THEY BE COLLKGE. CAREER: OR MILITARY 8ERVICK.:

r A WE INVITE YOU TO CONTINUE TO SHOP WITH US 1.1 TIll

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FUTURE AS YOU AND YOUR PARENTS HAVE SO GENEROUSLY
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. [The Temple-Consecrated; ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IAIfrMJ.I..ch.// I, Social Security AnswersEditor's age have 85.given up before reaching

and n nnn-1 .n..... 111Ir14t A representative of the Valdosta -

I ( Note: These questionsand Do I still get a reduced payment? Da. district office will be at I

I answers are compiled by William ANSWER: Yes, but we will refigure the Courthouse in Live Oak FlorIda -
Ti lI I M. Eanes District Manager I the amount taking Into every Wednesday from 9.30

4 for the Social Security Administration account the number of checks you ajn. to noon.

4L III k4III at Valdosta Eanea Invites --

II readers to mall their questions to
I I him at P O. Box 1122. Valdosta NOTICE OF TAX SALE
r
I Oa. Please do not mall your inquiries ''at
to this paper.) Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of May;";

I & QUESTION My husband was 1965, at Eleven O'clock A.M., at the Courthouse, at

1 l J In military service from 1940 to Live Oak County of Suwannee. State of Florida, tax
r 1952. He worked under civil service sale certifies will be !sold on' the following described
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Who--I-;; ;; ;;';; '* Tempi 'u com The Tempi war dedicated with Ood appeared to Balnmun a w. nd In payment for brining miteiinN, from 1952 to his death In land to pay amount due for taxes herein let oppositethe
phted. otter ven years labor the great feitlval' and urrlAclnl. offcrinjt time,, renewing the prom,.*. mud to Solomon guns Hit m. Ming of Tvrewent 1964.1 have been told by the Civil
Ark was transferred there from of 22000 oxen and 120,000 sheep David and warning of lonnequem ( ) Onlilwn cltic. Thoqih dl...it. Service Commission that they will same, together with all costs of such sales and all
I Zlon A, the presto left the holy Solomon delivered n long. prayerful to 'om. Ir HI. comm.ndlllo". worn inflect. Hiram. cneptrd' end rotund advertising.
plan. the tplrlt or the lord descended sermon then blenMd the people In dlnobei If Bolomon' unit thi. pen 120 fold tnlrn'I Kea, I 10 UGOUJhN use his military service to figure
upon It- I Kingi .1.11.. Uie name of God 1 Klngi 11./APastor's pie mined, from Hun ,I King. '.1.'. IfcAT I hinge' 9 3 the survivor's annuity. My husband ..e.Twp.Sg.. Acr Owen At. Coet
never worked under social Th. i'4; : ; ofNE4
security. Will I be able to get any : a I A In ".1 Co.

that need improving? What can benefits from social security on of as.NEtI Ft :J ap% 555 Being Ft
we learn by a "post mortem"? his record? 31 5 I 11 5 II II It......,. H. T. '"1."
A Lot B.. 7. P't M oe III:
At the risk of being charged SubscriptionsSutcannee I ANSWER: No you cannot get Cow Bill II a a.. M 145Ft
with overslmpllcatlon. I am readyto any benefits from social securityon W I" n. II III Ft.S115rt.toFOBaAl...
CornerBy assert that at the center of DemocratListed
1 I your husband's record. Your Lot 50. 7. P't B" 5 5y
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every broken home there ls a malignancy husband's military service wouldbe Hwy a Alao Lot. i a .
below new subscriptions Loo Lot to Cobb a
named selfishness. Can are used for social security credit Len a ..... Lot to Me.L.n. .
car is described as an abnormal and subscriptions renewedto only If no other.Oovernment agency .. AI. II Lot n. eIra
REV. NELSON B. MELVIN the Suwannee Democrat from F' I. SW Cot of Bill
growth of cells and tissue which except the Veteran Administration 14. W.Ilb.n II 5 11 "eLon., E. 5. J.. I.....
mill not serve a useful purpose but May 14 to May 21. used this period of mili- All\ 1\10: of allli: or awl
Pastor, Advent Christian Church Irtnr 5 0' s?. RD. aawo4
which will Invade, destroy and replace NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS tary service In figuring a benefit. ., alto: 0' 5Wt4DR
healthy tissue Selfishness In Stockton, Whatley, Davin and QUESTION; How much does It II P 101 II II lit a.....'. Fred P. 51.11All
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May Is the month when many some of the Jars. 1 maintained my I the family has a similar result Co., JacksonvilleMrs. cost to get a social security card? 0' Pb. R" C All N4 0'
when one or more members of the Valdosta, My brother lost his and wants to sit. Lllne E: or PI>. ad. If 5 15 III Shaokp. Prod r. 04$
J. D. Cameron
churches emphasize the Import gratitude and respect for the 1 family destroy life's love and N.% of JlK" or IWSk SI 1 II 15 5.51.,. A. ....
ance of the Christian home. JuneIs pathologist but 1 reaffirmed by Oa. get another one. SE% \ : : :: :: Core. Mitt 5 roses
meaning for the others to satisfyhis ANSWER: There Is no charge E% :, .f lUI4: C.rv.: MarB.: 55.57E4 :
the month more than any oth conviction that this ""wasn't my her selfish desires SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED : 0' 111'\4: I 4 II 10 B....... kob.rt D. sill
or own
er, when brides and grooms walk of tea". for a social security account number I': %of NE4 a 4 II .0 c.,., 1f..1' B. 41.11
cup
1 If then self-centeredness Is McCall's Store, L. O. card. Even if lose W4t % Bronnn R.b.rl D. IlrW
you yours '
down the aisle which leads :a; :: : :: ::
to .
a Even as the study of malfunctioning the universal sickness of the unhappy Ralph Lacquey Branford Cann' M.rp 5. 51115ES4
we will get your same number .. ..
common pathway through life. It : If 4 II lee C.rvw. o. L. .
organs and Infected Wile home as I believe It Is after Oscar Moon Branford when you apply for-a duplicatecard E4: 0' sw4 I If 4 II 51 Caren. Marry B. C. B.I. 11.11
Is appropriate when at this season can lead to the eradication of disease than of Schofield Insurance Agency NW" If 4 t5 145 c....... Mwy a. IL/S
more twenty years to replace the lost one. ., .... ..... .
that we seek some insight Into E'4: HI!:Ii. II' Is I5 ('a. B. sets
and the saving oll1e. so the marriage counseling, then Branford QUESTION lost my billfold N4 0' JlE".f a4 I' 4 15 51 Greve. O. L. /SI
the meaning of marriage. study of marriages that have gone surrender Is the answer.. elf.// M. R. Schofleld BranfordI I including social I'll'4' : of NE" It 4 II 4' Carver. If.., B. a. Hogh If.n
yesterday my security
Several years ago I was Introducer .W4 ..... I A.... Itt NE
I wrong can be the means of build It Is possible that many of card. How do I get a new Co. It 4 15 III Ca...... O. L. I'."
to a pathologist at the Elgin ing better homes in the future. who take their wedding vows seriously ? NW\4 It 4 is 140 Crew. If...,. a. a. Ray" Isles
State Hospital who showed me I getting card 8W'4 II 4 II 145 W.I.... O. I. I.....
through his While no one enjoys dlscctlng the still do not understand the There Is an additional purposeto ANSWER: If you still have the a.% of 5E4 of IE4 II' 15 IIon: 5g a loin LIIE4
laboratory and viewed remains of broken homes and essential meaning of marriage A of : ofWit a. 574 ..fswt
be found in the meaning stub of card bring It to the
with your 011'" 55 15 155
me some of the preserved ; D.MotC.ry C..1 45.51awt4
organs. As he ] scarred lives, one cannot Ignore young man In romantic language marriage. In the first pages of the nearest social security district office 4 : is 111 Colllne I E.t.l: : I.rno 50.05:
lifted the lid from the serious consequences of this sighs "She's a living doll. She Bible one finds Ood saying "I will or mall It with a letter saying a.Lot% 11 of. IE4 5: RI.. !.tatee 1 e 11 II Coalna I.tel: .....

national human tragedy. One out was meant for me." Love language make 'a helpmeet for him". The you want a duplicate card. You ... 11..111 ''In.'' If.. .....

of every four marriages ends In needs to Interpreted, and Hebrew meaning Is "helpmate" or"helper.mate" will get one by return malt If youdon.t IINWoA i1ntl. o f rise CINu.f
USE divorce and countless others may what he is really saying is. "I love .
The lexicons enrich have the stub you must fill NE4 ..... Co..tar
be described as a loveless perpe me and she makes me happy so I I our understanding by such out an application for a duplicate 1.t. DB 'I P III II 1 It II ....... B..et' D. If... 11.17

FUCO tration of unhappiness "for thechildren' want her. This Is so typical of word as a compliment counter. card. Then we can Issue your card N1y C.m.t.r.f 55,'4I I.5w.'wl t..Poe. II 1. It "AOI_. loll. L. a. B.nk. ".IT
sake" or for social or the wrong premise that so many part or one suited to him. She 1s within a few days.QUESTION NE4: 0' sr4: L" A otr4.II ,
economic reasons. There Is an have for marriage. The ,d. wIde on.... N
purpose back". This Is
"who
one answers ; How much delay Slone IAno0..
Brand average of four In an American of marriage Is not to get, but to not to suggest her ability to retortor will there be In receiving my social te DB II' P 155 5 5 It II 1Ao. IAo 18,40

family. Multiply the divorces by give.Everyone to talk back to her husband security check when I changemy ewt : 5W d%.Lone II AI.ero.o5N II IPepn. i.,.. E II.'.
InsecticideFOR the number in the family then will give his life for but rather she fills up his empty address? .Id. ., MW 4SE4 .,
add all of the other people who 8 I II rMW4 ....
!some purpose It may be wasted IPryw E.
spaces. We are surprised frequent. ANSWER: None at all if you .
0' NW\4 I a II 4 Pryn. r- E. 11."
are hurt and you have a tragedyof or thown away. Life may be traded ly when opposite marry. We confess notify your social security officeof N''Il: Nwo4 .It1 A
alarming proportions. for a bowl of pottage or sold .f 5% e/ : d
!in private circles we can't see plans early enough In the
your .
NW I, II II '
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BEST What Is the answer? How can for that which is cheap, or we how .....
RESULTS I that couple ever got together. month you move. If your address A P..I 0' 4w I. DII
we build better homes In the future may spend our lives In serving Perhaps what we are seeing Is the change is received late In the W tar ill p.f I"NE1t: of ME'4I IS II 5 V.. P. I. J.. .....

? How can we heal the homes humanity and honoring Ood The meeting of a need and the finding month the check will be sent to I". N of Pu' 54. 55 5 14 II C.I4.tt, laOIe W. IhL 114
fact remains that will give our- NE'" .r NEM: a II A A. .
we
of fulfillment in marriage Thisis your old address: but It can be ._. M ...t. .f aES4:I ofNE4
selves to something. In marriagewe as Ood Intended It to be. Forwarded so make sure your post DB rs P u.n. 51 I, 0-.. B w. ISI.t.. ....
For The Beat In give ourselves to someone It Is Possibly there 1s a danger In office has been notified. ati of NW" .t IW" of r701 Piper. ......

Important then that a young manor spending too much time In a post QUESTION have worked for NW'4 ar IIW",, I. 5 II 1'" A........ 5eb.rt .....
ROOFING. young woman contemplating mortem study of dead marriages the past three summers on a ...{,'or tsaSCl.NeflW
of5..a a..NICbSIICbeCICb.W
CALL COLLECT marriage ask this pointed question It may be far better for each of neighbor's farm but he never took :
"1.1 this the person that I us to hold social Shouldn'tI II ('.. t. P05 5 .....
STANDARD up as an example some out any securltq: '.....1 .f I.... Drs to 10flf
ROOFINGand want to give myself to for the rest husband and wife who walk hand get credit for my work? oats I P 411 11. 14 I.lor. A... 17.11
of my ,ear.7"MOlt and hand through the years with ANSWER: If you worked on I II III ,kt IE .nv.f w.4 ..f1w
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I IW" 51 1.4 I "It a. .U.I.o .
persona who are unhappy tenderness consideration! and love twenty or more days, or If yon "! Mall' .....
SHEET METAL CO. In marriage and feel that they are Wherever you find much an example made '150 or more, your neighbor VNg of I.FWsy eats of ,58'..I' t y554:: a.-_. .......
I"
S 211 So. Ashley St Ph. 244-2648 not getting a fair deal that they of devotion you will find should have paid social securityon U n A.,.. Dao D5 II' S
I ESTIMATES are being cheated and that life lends who entered Into marriageto your work.QUESTION. P 415. 55 I II 1.1f o'N..L Char.. a. .....
BONDED Not d NIIo at IfE" d
FREE VALDOSTA'S BEST ones then something more. give not merely to get. : Suppose I start my 'W"4, II i I I i p Bot",, A..1. 451. a.
ROOFERS I haps one should ask what hr-j a. checks at age 62. Then. I go backto a. w. D.... ....

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II now open Tuesday Bee.15.labN.5SWCoo ._1 .... E.II. 1111 I .r Lo. I. ..
every 01 55.1NWa.a Lot II Ilk C. Dille.. Add II 1 It ""101..'_. Idea. J.L5. 1. L 1. II...... Adds.tluo
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successful days thus far. .rI"l: ..... alas.. Aft II 1 11 Rib,. I' ..... '. .. 1 I'll' 1 ....... .ulu .....
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sure to stop by the Live Oak % S UN of I/w Lot I Blk T. RluW... A'" II 1 IS H.I.... C.tt.rlol E... 1,11 .w % .5 SW .-.... 5
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ezlng of new Irish potstoes.beae r 115 It 1Or It...", ". 1Al. Lot a Sib X. Slat'. A'" II 1 II r....'.. Jnh.. Sr. .('....u wn Cy f//
potatoes may be froaen u .. 1,11 S I'. ...... S Jobs. SH *f BEH f SWH *
.W" .t 1\6. 1.. Lot.sold. .. 1111.10.11I 155Slut' NWH A 't.of SWH : I

low: W5 ..f a W.5wt It 1 It 1bow... 0'''' II." Ilk. I .L.Add N oall 111 II K P All ISIS N2v: ml of NWH NEH bin W II' H II ..... *. ,... J. .... II

Select potatoes of uniform : Silo A wy II II 5 11 "..... EI.I. f. S. -...: I

that is. all u near 3/4 UM NEH: of NWH U I 14 4M ......, Ottl. 111,11 0.......,. II...... 41 I ..w .4 A"L'iI, b.;.
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diameter. possible. 5 I. .. I. II1
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V Wash clean of soil and scrub to .. / A NWH *fSEH I.Cs.551I/NW 5It .t 5Wlo 1111

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t>ugh they may be scraped If TI.Nt ....1I1t 11."* a Nit Car.5 NIt ..tWW
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toes 1 Inch In diameter ra* E to W ... *. BDlr.. IB II II II ........ 110... 111
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tkooM ra. N-wrly a- H..... .1w Nit .,
stoes over IVi Inches in diameter Inc MM W IIM of B/W .Ut....I Blk. I Carroll A'" || | || H_.'.._,. ... 1111 I./ of "t atNR51 It II II' Inltb, N..w a ...It R. 1111NW51
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Chill for 3-5 minutes In Iced Ut I* Blk. III. c..... Atl '
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aloes art cooL A safe rule is to St. ... 4. IM. B II* rt II 1 I0..0.., damn A. 1.15 11 II ,
for the length of time ORB .* t* tSEH It I. ... toe.l; I It. \\I.I:' S I. 55, ." rofIII'% 11 II" wtIN, ,11I.... A. IU'
lame of Iilk I* tNH It :: .....ah S ... $$5.55. lAa I1. C1.. 1/ .. ........... I. Po aIll.

[the vegetables are blanched.: ., NWH A SEH ofNWH MIl 1/ 1 II ..Ia... 11I.1. 5 b..lq ':' liy L. 1 A.... &IoN4k W. 11.11

kin for a few minutes on ..bIOrt H I 1III c-.... Cme 1. ,A.0. S h.... t/,11 I1. II U 5.1.51.51. ....,.. L Swot
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towel. ....._ ..... N. I.Nwy 1 a It Sib /111..1 .... .....
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Package In moisture-vapor .5 XW\6 a Naot Lot f Sn. 11 ...,..... II 11 w.tr., loll., = 151
ot containers. S W1b d for 11SM S \.a-. II" .1 NI" It /1 Pbs...i. 5. Stool. L.l..l

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to saltedto ""k.. II' II LMr H_ .hll 5 L..t N.5Ih-U. U.. bI II 11 IIII.5t. 15,5.1... 1o ::lo .N.f.ta'.d
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do 11111I
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egg prices usually are down 6 I a11. I"It t ,,- ....
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lia i then is the time to freese a .Id. Lot 1 S II Ft. S /NId.5 :
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[ eggs. you I ,..... 11111A Lot / PSI u. L':. .IX 1/ f It Ilu.w- lad a a- 1111 .... AN. I I" ....... DM/hr r. .,."
I W' have an over-production from 5....I .5 hod fosuseN 1t II 5q NNWIW.5IotIs. /
[jM ..r flock. It win save you money. 5.o.N. St S ... 11Pt. r..I... IIA MII/ndlo11515 11. IJ... 0.5 S/ 1 It AdbC. LIllIt 111 .. 5 III4 I NIwPoriOIIIIMP1
ttN..I$1 KS11Pt.
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alt1.5..141K. INnNSSSIIIPtIwS rt5.Da, h/ 1 .II ....... I... L A.....
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the highest quality. Prepare Nlb4WI1o1.lIMIIII ttu/ne.w .\6 '" M 55 55
I .. ....... It''e 11111LA. LILD11t/P IWIj 'otsIA1NWC.
eggs quickly; freese promptly, It SN5IS, .11I SOI..5..1 551 55 1 It .-. hi..... a ... L. 55.55 ., .f N115 .5 N W y II I I II u. Pla11-.1. w
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a food mill or medium- .5 lilt'%" 1.. A I15t5dIWysIy10 INPtI/1yt, N1// .... .. ....
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or sugar for eggs togs Into N. 111ty .. ISIS 1\ I II /1 .. I....... Q.
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pansies al UM top of tub half 1.SI.r1 t' II II 11.wLSL..I SUS1AMING.dRy.4 NIt, ea..w/1111, 5..l ad..C0511PI 11
N5NRBl5ItNn5.PUS. / 11 111 hreIk..P,11.S.. 11111
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Inch In marrow-top A .... III ..... J .. It.r !/ I I/ P... I.b.l 1.11 ulna..b5.
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net they are completely f rosrn.rmove CSWW5.s.. ofToyw AIosd..tD111/P ......,
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and stored. *. I tt Soo. WMI t II I WBwoM. ...... U* SiftiNCto ... .. II J.w..e, b/N A A........ 1111 551 of WOOS .55W05 1 1 II 11 w 5055t..I :::
from tray keep 111I"
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lout egg.I L/N.INnWINaI. Maw t/ 1 II ": L I.. 1.1 I Sib 1/. .-.... P..- 1 ......., Y5.. ll. 55.

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win retain their Quality for tot tlPi ........... ..... Ie_ I" 1d.NwM.. i $ 1 t" .. a .. I. II
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statrs. a.
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4


EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, uVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965 I



Urges County Wide Support oA Nu slain: No.1 No. 4Service Inn turn U Attorney.the Complaint w_ RaaaaJI span the......rfala-.. wit North I Half of Soutkeweit Quarter

P. a BOM .... Lire Oak. Florida. aad NVb ., SWW> ., .....* II, J
for Its in recent
rrB.WANO.Naw state that our growth is the larr help the file the eHilaal ta the' efftoo of the ....bl' S south Ran.. II c....
Endorses MOW 'V sal' re P015TN..MNT of county boat-a-cade. Clerk of. the Clrnlt Court 8uwena.e You and ash. of you are .hereby eeerally *-
Branford Men's Club teat
by percentage any
Report nM. County, ....rId.. U. 0.... Florida, n or otlflod that Or H. ,..... sad H.
in this section of Florida.In T. J. McKeithen was elected before t.... flat day of J.... A. D. Kit, L. .I..... sad klc. wife, ,........ O ,0......
analyzing why this occur chairman for the coming year If yea tara to oonteat tho. S..tb.e.WI filed their ..... Complaint In .... Girth
CommitteeA .. ISo. .allecatlona .... Complaintwill Court of Suwanooe County. Florid.,
Made By School Advisory there appears to be no clear ana: and C. B. Warner named to be loa take aa ....,.... by yon. against. yon and each. ., you aa defendant ..
wer for there has been no large vice chairman. The next meeting Dons and Ordered I. Lh. Oak. Florida *, aeeklBi 1 to ...tt the tItle of tko.
the findings and U scheduled for October. Other this Seth, day of May, A D. 111LAVAUGHN '....'lIt. to tho abo. .. daaaribed. reel
resolution endorsing recommendations -
Industry brought in or large development A. SESSIONS: property located te Suwaaaee Ceuaty.You .
of the Suwannee County School Board Advisory that would bring large members present at the meeting Clerk of Clnnlt CourtSuwaaaee FIo...... ,,

Committee was adopted recently by the Branford Area numbers to our county. were T. E. Musgrove and J. L.McMullen. ( ) County, FloridaSEAL fled. that arc tee peoawday further of hereby thin Notice aoti.

Men's Club and placed that organization squarely be- I think much of this growth is B., LUI.0.5017. .Clrkrd ...,or;! on|e>Pot aald .date h oXiao.....'.a 1141.oopy aad af you your ahall.dofoaoc. -

hind the movement to improve school facilities in Su- D eAR A40AUWILL.. due to the fact Suwannee County If any, upon Link', ..I..... *
La..., Alton,.,, .....
lONtiGR Is just a good place in which to No. 5 for "" .tIff.. .
wannee County.In A 5uNGAL LAST ADVEaTISEMENT FOR BIDS addreea la P. O. Boa .. Lire Oak. Flor
Its action, the club urged workable solution to a bad prob. ip |T IS KEPT W Tl(6 SWXPE 7 live and rear a family and many may effect humans, if they have PROJECT ida,,and Immediately/ thereafter' file the
and the members of The orla-laal, ., name In tho ., .
lem it to ADDITIONS AND ALTERATiONCSUWANNEH offloe tko Clerk
finding pleasant
and JOHN BOOTHSTATISTICS people are contact with diseased animal
that the report be accepted Branford Area Men's Club wish any a COUNTY HOSPITAL af the Circuit Court of tho. ....". it r led
supported not only by the school RAVaNNA ,OHIO move here. is typhoid fever. LIVE: OAI[. FLORIDA Conrti. I ntharwlae. a decree pro eonfnio
board but by the county at large to commend the committee and Then I am pleased that more The facility will be accepting Sealed. hide will he received. hy the will be entered ...1... you .

u the finest thing that can be WHEREAS four members of DEAR NOAH ARa of our young people are having animals from all over the state Board of Hoapltal.Traitaoa U,. Oak.tho Florida BuwanaeeCounty at oulttl3udy..1.Third JadleiSCInC.

done for the youth of the county. the committee are members of the A BUNCH OP the opportunity to find employ and Dr. Landers expects) to see the offleo of tho Board. until 11*.offko.publicly P...., Clnrtl/Courtt,. all well on.ib ho lot 5d.f the
Juno II. 1X1 and then at said of
The organization Is composedof Branford Area Men's Club the NUMBERS LOOKING FOR ment here. There are several fine animals from u far south as Mi- opened and road aload.Plane. May t....

business and professional men club does feel pride in your partof AH AROUMEXT ? young men here In business and ami and as far west as Pensacola.The Bpeetfloatioaa, In.tructlone. te Clerk LAVAUCHN; Circuit. A.Court SESSIONS
Bidder and Form of Pro_ he
In the southern part of the county the committee's endeavor and MKfS ROY Map LSNe5.QO5N0NNdi appear to be doing extremely well. laboratory Itself will havea obtained from ,... Architect. Ray may Little- .."..- CD")' rlorldoA

and has for Its sole purpose the WHEREAS, the members of the / PA.a With over half of this nation's large autopsy room which has a Cloud Illl. Woo Du.al St., Lake City., (SEAL) / Lillian KadfoHDeputy
ark
Florida A depaelt af IIS.10 for
Area Men's Club feel w
Branford wNaw w
promotion of and Improvement of population under 23 years of age hydraulic lift that can handle any aet will .bo roqul..... The depoelt will .Wreturned Clerk
this section of the state as well as that the report of the study of we must maintain a good image size animal. There will also be a If aid plane. and apoetflcatlone l's

their part of Suwannee County. the school committee has been for youth if this growth Is to con- freezing room to keep any carcass are dltlon' returned within ten aomplet days after and la opening good bldi ron. IN THE: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
thorough thoughtful and wise certified .....Ior.. bidbond. IN AND FOR SUWANNLE COUNTY
follows Tobacco Services tinue.I overnight incinerator to or cheek .r
The resolution : and a FLORIDA.
leaa than. a. of thebate IN PROBATE
best interests of the I In a cam not %
with the -
WHEREAS. The Branford AreaMen's present am firmly convinced that two burn all remains bid. payablo to the. Board of T...- IN RE: I Tko' Eelato of
Club an organization composed generation of students as wellas things must be done If this growth When the lab goes Into opera- 1.... lIu....... County Hospital multaecompnny LUCY HALL MrCULLOCR.

of a representative group those of the future in mind Annual Meeting Is to continue and this county be, tion there are to be five employeeswith that tho Bidder each will proposal promptly na *enter.narantee Intoatreeement ISOTlc'l'oTsALE
that the findings and objectives of permitted to reach its growth po of to do ,... work and furnlih. NOTICE: IS HEREBY CIVEN that' the
of Southern $30000.
the payroll near
of the citizens this committee be adopted not by a a performance and payment bond In the "...t. 4r..bd ,....... and /So. pan
Area of Suwannee County and Planned tential. There will be two veterinarians, pain sot lean than 100% of the contract.Each annul property and firntehlnca. therein
an organization founded and instituted just the Suwannee County School Friilay First we must provide a good one technician one secretary, and proposal when" aabmltted must will'lalon..1 be said I this In accordance with tho I.rr..
Holloa. Sale I
be clearly marked the withthe hlda he
for the sole purpose of Board but by the entire population The annual meeting of the Tobacco public school system that will assure one custodian. Bidder'. name and on tbo name cover of the. .received'..... .by tho. ......1..... up to IK

promoting the general welfare of of the county. every child in this county an Dr. Landers is the former head project.The al tko, ,Moon....../.lord.. ,. May It, Illl.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Services will be held Fri. meet Board ...oro.. the right. to reject In LI. Oak .u_...
the Suwannee' River Valley Area; I day May 28. at 8:00: pm. In the education adequate to the of the entire diagnostic program any or all bl.. and to ..1.. nap Gusty Florida. deeeribed. .. follow.,
la cognizant of the deplorable that The Branford Area Men'sClub changing needs; of the space atte. In Missouri irrra-ularltlae. deemed te he ra tbs .beet to-wltt
new livestock show law 1 sad
palace behind Intereit of the Board T. Block "E" airs
U dedicated to the best educational -
conditions of the Suwannee Coun the Coliseum. Chairman Second, we must think progressive B Tint: HOARD or TnunTrrsSUWANMEK : Suhdlvlelua.. hi Section 11. Tewa.hip.
: advantage for the youngpeople : Gerald and get out of the narrow : COUNTY HOSPITAL I -,,,. ..... .. East,
ty school system and Gamble is requesting that all No. 6 for Ike ............. decerlbod real .elate
and does
this by
WHEREAS. The Branford AreaNen' I of area members attend. selfish viewpoint character! By J.. ......1.. and personal property and fumlahmn. .
noble I this resolution go on record as tic of so many small towns. Indicative Signatures on the petitions Chairman ....,... Silo will .bo roeeieed aa follow. ,i
of
I
Club is aware a
..
Tobacco .
Services was orlan II- I.' (a) O. tho real aad Improvemenu
and outstanding job done In the supporting the recommendationand ed In 1963. offering farmers low of this backward thinking! must be qualified voters In the which. Include. ,... drape--
study of the school situation In suggested program of the is unwillingness to permit the county. In the bond election only IN CIRCUIT COURT. SUWANNCE i rlea, atoTo and refrl '
cost hall protection. It is a non- 1101) On the perconnl. .Mrl7 sad
this county by a fifteen member school committee in 1U entirety profit chartered people of this county to take another freeholders or owners of property NETS COUNTY WILSON FLORIDA. CHANCERY furubhmce,
U. organization I at the matter of legal vote. <.10. the real eelato narcnnal
look can
committee appointed by the Su operated by farmers of Suwannee I ... Plaintiff. property aid ,........... ........
sales of liquor in Suwannee Coun- ...
School Board. For
County
wannee
Will Probe For More Hamilton Lafayette, Columbia WILLIAM bVLEE WILSON A II.*.*. oVpo.lt will bo required to
unselfish devotiOn Defendant ac
a thorough study and Alachua Counties. company each. bid
to the duties of the committee Underground Caverns Dinner will be served beginning ty.To oppose the sale of such Public Notices TOi WILLIAM NOTICE: BY McLEE PUBLICATION WILSON ./. eatato calato,and ,........on...Ul".-.aad'-> tho at_ _peal I'

and a commendable and The soil conservation service'spower promptly at eight o'clock. products is a right each person Mr. Earl Chalher Doral Street A.ernonal...** ..property...It will and bo repaired furaUhInaa. -

auger will be used in Suwannee Election of directors and other has but to oppose a vote on the NOTICE OF SPECIAL LEGISLATIONTo You Lire are Oak.hereby Florida.aoUfwd that. a complaint to aeoampany .bide. am percenal preuerty -

County this week for the Important business will be held matter is to place onself In the Whom. It Mae eo....... for divorce) baa .Mrs filed ...1..' will sad,furnt.htnce eaah. The aaly. Enak aale
for others what NotlM to .hereby .1... of hitentloej to you and you are required M gyro a copy bob.. underanrnod
deciding
role of
Baccalaureate first time in over a year. It Is to be at this time.Methodist. apply to the ltd ........ of the. Florida an.wnn pleadln. to aald eem- corte will be. accepted rutht to reject all ...... BUs
used In an effort to determine if Is best for them. Leilalature for po..... of u act relating ,1 Inns, oa the. plaintiff attorney, J. B.Hod. mlnatea after tho a* reeetod oponla sad thirty. ..
The sooner we get about facing to the. Suwaaneo Rl.er Authority| .... 11 Eat Madba* Street Lake of the. final bed. read .
any additional caverns exist under amandin Chapter n."., Chapter It. Cltr. Florida/ and file the. orlclaal Aa.. Bid forma may .bo ...
Men's .
For dub tained from the ...........
of life
Sunday a borrow pit pond recently facts and realities as a com- 171, Chapter ....u. lawt ., Florida, hy wer or ploadln* In the office. of the Clark ..
Install New OfficersCurtis munity the sooner we can benefitfor pnxldlnefor additional power and of Circuit. Court. ea .. .before II...... ohss.5, h property debt, and iISo. aald, free and
dug on the Eugene McCall farm dutleai aathortelne aad ..pow rl.i aaldhorlty. June II, INI.If ,I'bo' "'......... with parehneot will
knocking be
O'Brien School south of Live Oak. Koon was Installed the growth that 1s I through Ita evenllac hoard yacree fall to :. a Ju/om.nt by d .....1.. food tlUo to'an 'bo a tract of Vtlc
as
on our door but having an awful w taw to acquire prop- pro -.f.' will i : ..ralootyou ,.......... centered M
Within a couple of days after president of the Men's Club of .r/1..t"I: =: tomato I ) authoriannand far tea relief. ......4e4 hi the. com. W
construction two large sinks developed the First Methodist hard time getting us to answer said Authority te I.. .. plaint.Done. seasetpnp'oltb.p nuy Incpacted by
Baccalaureate exercises will be Church Tues. empowering of the, r......,.....
... for creation sad Ordered
Uve
notea and .d.1 providing: al Oak Florida .
held Sunday morning at 9:30: a.m. in the bottom causing the day. May 25. Other officers installed and of burn water Manafeuient hoard within this. IStk day of ..... IMILAVAUGHN SSPIYEY/ J D HENRY BRABHAM
for O'Brien High School In the pond to lose its water. were R. O. Hatcher vice That Live Oak. Branford .Id Authority. praeMInt thai said SKMUONI 12-2 M.
other sections of this county standon Authority' shall operate under Chapter; Clerk of Clrc.lt CourtLJ.e
school cafetorlum. The speakerwill John Hampton local soil conservation president; Frank Brown secre 17*. Florida Statute. with eerula eepUom >> 0... Florida
be the Rev. W. P. Jenkins service technician hopes tary-treasurer; and John Wiggins the threshold of development ; providing for an effective (SEAL)
seems clear: to me. But we need to dot B, Lillian Bedford
to that sinks exist
presiding elder of the Lake City prove no more reporter A. J. THOMAS, JB Deputy Clerk
district. by use of the auger. The officers were Installed by realize growth and developmentcomes ..,....toU".. Bradford County t., Parents of all Children Entering -

Class sight exercises for the Hampton said that with the William B. Smith district lay far faster when community f IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT THIRD First Grade In Netti. d
senior class) will be held Tuesday Hampton stated that with the leader from Monticello. Smith leaden accept their duty as citiz- NOTICE: UNDFR FICTITIOUSOK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR:
: LAW SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
: NAME
and make things happen. TRADE
night at 8:00: pm. in the school power auger once more available spoke to the club on the topic I ens TO WHOM IT MAT COMCERNl CHANCERY. BaLixien School Next Toons
cafetorlum at which time the steps to reduce the large backlogof "Take Time For God". --Notlea.. -to hereby. .1.! .. that the. underlined Co B. 10B.1.'S ....
... .... .... ,.
purauant U t 'IeUI. nameetatate. .ur Please pick
; requests hand for pond site No. 2ROTC up a health recordat
seniors will present a play, on I Chapter IOIIS, er Section Ml....
evaluations can be undertaken. Green and co-chairman for Florida Blatutac. 1141. will rea later with W1Li1AM BAItEY. et aL.. the Health Department and
rama. eenlo-I Again Named was I the. Clark of the. Crrealt Court I. aad Drf.wlat.. take It with your child to your
Commencement I Greek Week.Slaughter for Sawanaee County. Florida, upon re- NOTICE TO DEFEND own doctor for your child's phj t-
the school will be held next To U of F Dean's List will receive hU corn- =* ot proof of pvLlUetleo ot thl. no- Ties: STATB or ".oru A TO. cal ch ck-up.
... Brine the record
Dee the ttatHleue a. te-wtt| WIIUAM BAILHY..d JOHN C. MeOIHKE.
Thursday June b, at .:00) p.m. In Keeping! Quh A Live Oak young man was one minion In the Army after a mummer (Meea Aod ,..._ kf M.law. and J M_ ead. ae with your doctor's ......tur. and
the school catetortum. Speaker Extracts CO Gallon of n students named to the University camp this summer.The ,aeW wh*>h wo. wiu aoo-eeo ta fcoaiaoiaWe b-own .p.oo. .. .... =...: rour child. birth cwruneal or
_
la to .
spat te eacaa-e huiiaeia creditor or other port** 1.. krthreoab
for the event will be Dr. W. E. The Bee Keeping Club of Su- of Florida's College of couple announced their Lleo 0.... Florida and our addren ttt. under .. afara** web. ........ other legal proof of birth.
Business Administration O. 5.5 1(4. U.o 00. defoajdanta r and tho. unknown .5.4... deeteeeo -
Comb, specialist In secondary wannee County held their annual winter engagement recently and will be The' ...... of ....oroh... tt ..u... ....- and f reotaee of L. H. Dates for R'Istratlaa June
education at Florida A&M university meeting last Saturday in the Agriculture trimester dean's list. married later this year. JOHN C. ODOht 15% JoHNS <........ sad all p..... claim- 1 to June U.
(' at Tallahassee. Charles F. Green Jr., recently CEOaOB T. JOHNSON le% In* :'. throath under or avamat oftho
Building Dated thle 55 day ., Ma.. A.O. 14*. hoe* named defeaeaotar. aod .r.peraeae TIme I:M AM. to 2:0': P.M.
named cashier of
the .
The Commercial No. 3 JOHN C ODOMGEuaC bat laor elalmnc nay ratereel In
and major
purpose projectof Bank of Live Oak was again T. JOHNSON and to tho faltowMc deoerthed .. .. toI I I,
BLUE LUSTRE the meeting was to collect suppers named to the list last week. newspaper went to press Wednesday t.. I
of honey and take them to
The 95 compiled 3.0 (B at Clayland and McAlpin. IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELECTRIC 'III Gainesville to extract honey and ) averages Both schools will hold the last THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OPFLORIDA. This COUPON
bring it back to Live Oak or higher in the various IN AND FOR SUWANNH: MATTRESS
CARPET SHAMPOOER\ yin: phases of the business adminis- day of school for this year Friday. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY WORTH $1.00ANQ
wlrh, .,f... The group collected over 80 tration The McAlpin school will not DIVORCE AND OTHIR RlUir
curriculum. Six of the 91 lusT D. KOTHWru.
rr.on'sWeUlaU.uattiPr1tro gallons of honey during the ex- had perfect 4.0 (A) averages operate next year and students rialnthrf UPHOLSTERY WORK
tracking period In Gainesville. attending there will be transferred ..

Members of the club who made to Live Oak or Branford for the THOMAS ROTHWCU Defendant, MATTRESSES RENOVATED .... ..... $12.60
the trip were Allan Ward Dennis Lt(1 55(151 term that begins In September. TO Taamaa Reiawell' ...... ......,

Young, Terry Stover Benny Denton NAbaLSoNINSUAAIYt Plana are to operate Clayland I Tan r./M.o an. aoreay ad notified......., that M ..a.-On.-. INNERSPRING MATTRESSES ......, ......, $%%.60

PREREGISTRATIONof Mike Lockhart Charles Floyd and Wellborn next year or until plaint. far Dlrareo .hoe keen filed .. the. (PICK UP AND DELIVERY TUESDAY ONLY
and ...... named Court and yen are reoatredo )
Jerry Floyd. 7 adequate and better faculties are I ...... a M, ., pour ...- or plea*.

FIRST GRADE PUPILS available for students at these TUCKER MATTRESS CO.

FOR FALL OF 1965 schools elsewhere.An .

IN ALL SUWANNEE Words of the Wise eighth grade graduation DO YOU HAVE AN IfrM S. Jefferwon. Perry. Florida
exercise will be held by Suwannee Alcohol Problem? I
COUNTY SCHOOLS What this country needs Is
Junior High School at 1:15: pjn.

Pre-reglstratlon of pupils planning more free speech worth listening Friday- June 4. We now hive in Live Oak

to enroll in the first grade to.Hansell tbtif Two other graduation ceremonies an AA Group ready to
B. Duckett)
for the fall 1865 semester will take ) other than the high school help you

place for a period of five days, are planned at Douches Ninth

from June 1 thru June 11, IDAS\ traders will graduate to senior WRITEP.

under policies adopted by the Odd Fact high at a ceremony to be held O. Box 591, 1965 Needs Greater Fuel

Board of Education. Parents or Monday. May 31. at 7:30: pjn. and UVE OAK
guardians Exasperated by a schoolmate those completing: the sixth grade Savings in Tobacco
durIng
may register pupils who constantly teased her "My neighbor has double OR CONTACT YOUR Curing
this period at the school of will graduate from elementary
bout having an artificial leg, Indemnity-let's make our, PhyskUn or Miniet.rDON'T
their choice. school at Douglas on Thursday,
a 13-year.old school girl In triple.
The principal of the school to Weymouth England, took off June 3, at T:30: pjn. Change to the 3S3EVVGASAMATIC

which application has been made the aluminum leg and socked --
will be responsible for transmls-
him on the head with it.
alan of the Initial Assignment MISS MIZELL'S

Form to the County School Board

for processing the Board cannot

assign a child to the schoolto HOG
FEED SALE
which the parent expressed a

preference, because: of overcrowd-

edness. the parent will be notified '

In sufficient time to make another Reduction Per Ton on All VSwift's

' In choice event of schools of overcrowding assignments $6 Hog FeedSWIFT'S GAS TOBACCO I ; I CURERWith

will be made without
regard to race color or national Guaranteed Fuel Savings

origin, and priority in assignment SPRING PRICES

will be liven to those pulpls who

live closest to the school. Those .
j Too
tt tOOl
who are rejected because of d
overcrowding

will be notified and permitted 40% Swine Concentrate Pellets $104.00 $5.50

to make an effective choiceof ................


The another choice school Is granted to the Sow and Pig Concentrate Pellets....... 104.00 5.50

parent or guardian and the child.

Teachers principals and other Pig Grower Pellets 88.00. 4.75

school personnel are not permittedto ...... ... ............................

advise Influence recommend the decision or otherwise ; nor Sow and Pig Complete Pellets 93.00 4.90

will school personnel either favoror ................

penalize children because: of the .
Hog \Wormer Pellets 113.00 5.85
choice made.Children ................................... er
not pre-reglstered In .-

p ftyrinf H)..7 to registered at the MZho

school of their choice on dater otAUffUit Only 100 Sate

tad IT le S. Immediately Love Story To Remember MIZELL

prior to the opening of the Automatic Gas Tobacco CUrer

fall INS semester, but first preference -
BAAS STUDIOYour
in choice) of schools will be PRODUCE CO.Pine

given to .those t who pr -reglsterto .

the aprtor period Wedding PhotographerLAKE AT. Phot M2-23M SUWANNEE VALLEY GAS, INC

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I Annual Athletic Banquet Honors ft


Branford School Athletes
High :"! ;

The annual Rranford High School Athletic Banquet : I,' t a r
was held Thursday night, May 20, in the Rranford 1h
Woman's Club.
Coach Dave Fuller of the University of Florida was I
truest speaker and spoke on what colleges look for in ,
high school prospective: IIChollr-
hip winners. conference In basketball and
I
t I The big award winner for the: track. He la a sophomore this year .
-f If night was Johnny Flssell who won The outstanding football trophy -
the outstanding basketball outstanding went to Jerry Scarborough .
,- i 1" track and outstanding who had an outstanding year a* a .
Betty Lee (right) being. presented the eatstandlnc flrU _tH- athlete award. Piaaell lettered In Junior He was selected as team I
trophy by Coach Shirley Jarkaoa daring the Branford High all sport this year and wa all orable captain mention all-conference all-state.and hon I h,. ,.

1- sport night kit Thanday. I Democrat Stiff PhcU( The most Unproved athlete trophy I .

Ttnrn Election frBranonl went to Kim Miller, who lets
terM In all sport and w. an all- 'L
McNeelv.. Mr. Moorer Wed l June II conference quarterback In foot f
Ills Mary McNeely: and Milton following the ceremony The general electkm. for the
C Moorer were united In marriage I ceptlon war given In the are-I Town .f Braaferd will be held ban.The sportsmanship trophy went A _
at 3 o'clock.: May 9. In UM Trinity Uve Room of the Club Jane I.Tbe to senior John Barnett on the I
Methodist Church of HuntiYllle. The bride' mother wore an Town .f Braaferd baa baal of outstanding tportiunan-
Ala aqua lace and silk dress with entered .... a permanent regbtraUMi ship displayed In all athletics.
The double line ceremony: ws matching: scoessorles and an orchid system and all eaaUfled The outstanding girls basketball
performed by the Rn. Warren C.IJamw corsage. The bridegroom' electors smut register Ube trophy was awarded to Betty Lee.
,. minister. mother wore a beige silk shantung eligible U vie la the BM- The girl basketball team aim
.The bride U the daughter of with bone accessories and a.purple baa elreUoa. RegistratiMt beaks presented their coach. Mis Shirley n HIS l
Claude McNeely of Ocala and Mrs orchid are ..... at the mm ef the Jackson with a trophy as a
Herman Peesman of Huntnrflte For the wedding trip the bride T... Clerk and will remain token of sppreclstion for the work ._.
The bridegroom U the son of I wore a pale yellow silk shantung pen until May II. she has done In their behalf this --- ---
Mrs Milton C. Moorer and {he suit with matching accessories: Award- winner al the Branford ..
year high HfhMl All ". ..* Night' arej (IL I. R) Jabs. lUrnell.arwrtamaniihlp .
Isle Mr. Moorer of Mobile. Ala and a white orchid coraage. Award presentation were made troph Jerry 8car..r..ih. eataUaslitg Netball Irophji Jahnay Fl...ll.
The bride WM given In marrtaie The couple will live In Hunt-. IVrwonaliMr. by Coaches tavern Jamerson, Iraek. eiUtandlng athletic and ........Inc basketball estiUndlng I
by her father. She WON a town of vine Ala. Mr. Moorer U a graduate and Mrs. C. P. Johns of Ptoatrr Shepherd and Shirley reved athlete award and Kim Miller winner ef the asset Im*
Chantilly lace over net featuring. of the University of Alabama Lake City visited Mr and 14,.. Jackson trophy (Demeerst Staff th.U)
a scalloped neckline. Dior bodice: and U employed with Vetro laboratory Olen Murray and family Saturday .
calla lily sleeves and a full skirt a* an engineer at Redstone afternoon. I
Bradford
of cascading tier. Her Tell of Arsenal Mra. R. W. Sherwood and family 11011I011I111" III IMannnl Honors Teacher Of Year At Club Meet(

tiered Illusion wu attached to a S. of Jacksonville were guet ol. At Magnolia IfaplNt
Mr. Ruby L. Smith a residentof Woman's Club and cited for
was the
her Kathy
lace flower crown with crystal and mother Mra Lois Williams : program were Griffith.
teed pearls Trachnr AppreciationDay and other relative Tuesday and Homecoming will be observed Branford for many year wa her many year of Service to the Pal Parker, Peggy Ware Carol
... .noll.1
Sunday, May SO. at the .
named "Teacher of the Year" by school and her community
Wednesday of last week. Phillips end Janet IlowelL Resfnshnnenls
. At
She carried a white Bible engraved Branford
Baptist Church on Highway 12D the Branford Woman' Club. A .
Mr* E. It. Wltherall who presented
Mr. Mrs. Charles Thomas were served followingthe
In told topped with a ass Th. Branford Parent.TeahersAnodatlon and .
near Branford. The Rev E. Rlowers special program honoring all the award
pointed out that
cade elf lily of the valley and and family and Miss Joann Thomas progrsm.
. observed Teacher Appreciation of West Hollywood, a Branford School w.chnl." held Mrs Smith' service to the school .
of Gainesville the weekend
French carnation centered withwhite Day UM Wednesday spent former pastor of the church, will last
Wednesday afternoon In theWoman' had reached far beyond the pointof
with Mr and Mrs W. B.
orchidsMild Member of the P.TA aa..Wet the be the guest spesker Club Building Mrs.
Thomas.R. duty Withers! read a Th. Branford Health Clinic will
achen during the day by rellev- A basket lunch will be served at Mrs. Smith has taught the
M. Chandler' who bar been poem "Tribute To A Teacher be cloned Monday' May II, In observance
( MolotatJon-Film lag each teacher of one el.... a patient In the University of noon with sn afternoon sing to Branford School for the past forty which she dedicated to all teachers of Memorial Day Regular
This gesture of appreciation ha follow. everyone ls Invited to attend years she WM presented a certificate present cllnlo days will be carried on
Will Re Shown' Hrrr been ahown by the P-TA organ!* Florida two Medical week. Center underwent for the of appreciation, the School student taking part on during the. remainder of the week,
A film entitled. The Riddle Of ration for the put three yean. put sur-
again Saturday morning andreported
The Friendly Stranger", win be wry
II In fair condition.
shown .to adult Thursday nlCbt.Ma,21 Vacation IHlile School' ) Mr' *. T 8. Lowry, Mr. and Mr*.
at 1:00 In school
: pm. the
cafeteria. This Him deal with At Ilranfonl HaplM .Oeorse Oraham and Mr. Catherine GREAT RERSONS
Gray of Port Laudndale are
child molostaUon and ha been Vacation Bible School will be I spending several day at Mn.Lowry's .
purchased by trtarBrantardWom- ,
hridMondaI' through Friday I river home on the
an's Club through donation by June seventh to the eleventh at ..... e.
organisation and individual the Pint Baptist\ Church In Bran- 1hIW'.1 ,
The film win be ahown to rtu- ford. The school will begin each f:
dent throughout the county at a morning at /:*> aJB. and but until tt ran font hand FOR BUYING A 'f.
later date. 11:30: an. Concert On Sftl"n/,,)'
Tbe Braafcrd Icbe egad
win presents H. aimaal baadCMteert

MR. TOBACCO FARMER: 3s. at 1iM r SaUrday..... Tbe night ea May...rwUI I BRANDNEW.7COMET ;
be bell al the Ivy MeiMrtaJPark.
Every year many farmer face serious financial problem
when their tobacco I* mahed to pieces In a few second Tbe pablo I* rdlaOy la-
by hall lorma. dial .. allMd.Prmids .
will be need U Mpwvbaae '
I know you agree that serious thought should be givento /
guaranteeing your tnvunent and your Inoome from your sew MOfersa fee led
tobacco. Why not give me a can today and Irt me write a .....
hail policy: for you. Pinaise' available..
The Rev, Allen Price pastor of -'.
Farm Bureau Insurance Companies the church, win be the principal.
LEON J. GILL 3H, A..tPhOlW An children and young people
are Invited to attend.. Refreshment
3C2-1274 381-2811 win be served each d*,.

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this week end by charter aircraft.

WASHINGTON This having entire problem to literally of our live growers from I fl ur nt'Pam fire

hand-to-mouth with respect to 8p YOUR HAUH.( [ :: H Bill. "--**

REPORT J.l: adequate Increasingly harvesting forces Intolerable.Is becoming l- TROUTand; BaitThcyTakc' *

The producers of perishable frluts By LESTER: I* COLEMAN MA < ,:
Br SPESSARD L. HOLLAND ,r
and vegetables have more than THE RAIN OWTROUTJaS!"IN\\(
United States Senator enough occupational hazards ;STRIPES ON ENTIRE LENGTH OF
Your Child I ". J
SurgeryMOST
without the addition of bureaucratic Help Before 'SIDES;SPRINKLED WITH MANY .
Voting Rights Debate May Be Disruptive Actions Against FlorIda '''t BLACK SPOTS ONTH6 4
bungling As this letter goes ...==::a MFAD.RnnVAuniTKirFINS. *
Drawing To A Close Senate debate Growers Secretary of Labor to press. Senator Smathers Congressman : parents recall with a victim of. hi* operation. He 1"l i.CAN PWTAK.T04
on the controversial and Wirtz continues to expensively Rogers and I are still horror their own tonsil opera know the operation In for his. ON ,ANTYPES J
punitive voting right bill has been penalize Florida's agricultural appealing to the Attorney General tion. Fear and terror grips own good and take it In stride. I\\ \\ OF FLIES WET;SMALL PLUGS
In process for a month, during production by his refusal to veer and the White House for a minor them even today as they think He goes home to a happy, uneventful \ -'AND uvc BAIT. I Iv
which time a coalition of conservatives from the impractical course he extension of use of the 600 celery back on the confusion and recovery. i Ii
has tried, but with no has taken with respect to the use cutters to permit complete harvesting fright and loneliness of that Expert in child developmentfeel
great success, to strip the legislation of off-shore labor to supplementthe in the affected area, since period in the hospitaL that the tonsil operationthen
of many of Its worst proVisions Inadequate supply.ot competent about 1.000 acres are still unhar- If you child is one of the actually become a eonstmctlve -
We have made some progress domestic workers. As recently vested there. Last week, together thousands who will soon be go- growth experience of
Including defeat of the so- following ,"'_ In* to the hospital childhood.
as this week an unfavorable with Senator George Murphy
called Kennedy poll tax amendment ruling of the U. S. District for tonsil These rule should help you
(Calif.), I again took the Senate
child for hi ton
by a narrow margin Majority Court in Orlando la a suit Floor to bring this critical situation and adenoid prepare your *
Leader Mansfield filed a petition of the operation, you illlectomy. The same rule may
brought by celery growers to Congressional attention I
be for other
for cloture yesterday, on Belle Olade area, our producerswere shall remain in this battle as longas I are probably, well.adapted surgery
which a vote is scheduled for next advised suddenly that 500 filled with a* f .>r1 .'
be
Tuesday. If It is approved by two- offshore celery cutters from that permanent may necessary and common-sense to establish a anxiety think when of Six Important Roles i .. .l".3 THE BROWN BROWN SPOTS TROUT ON ITS HAS BODY LARGE:DORSAL DARK I

thirds of those present, continued area were to be deported within program. A gleam of hope comes I you own ex. 1) Most Important, be truthful rC \:''I d.., FIN AND ADIPOSE FIN.THE BODY IS
unlimited debate on the bill will 24 hours at grower expense, by from the fact that Secretary your I with your child. Do not lie : if i- OLIVE BROWN.WILL TAl<' ALL FLIES I
ber shut off Thereafter, each commercial airlines rather than Wlrta has Just certified 2500 Dr."'Coleman- periemce.!Fortunately,a to him or deceive him. ,; ) .. !"" .. \ SPINNERS,MINNOWS AND WORM:
Senator will be limited to one by the much less expensive sir Mexicans to help California farmers great deal has 2) Do not let him see your '
hour of discussion, all told, on the charter plan which has been his who are having heavy losses been learned in recent anxiety. If you are relaxed he :' ,- +tw
bill and Its amendments.and thena torically used Through emergency Florida growers can ill afford to about children's feelings .years. before will be too. c ___
final vote will be taken. I regret J) Give him the reason for
Oeneral Kat-
calls to Attorney suffer In future years the sizable during and after an operation Ti"BPOOKTROUT SPECKLED
to say that it now appears zenbach, the White House, and financial losses which accrued In f his operation. Tell him he will *, 'ir MS WORM-LIKE MARKt
that the conservative forces simply officials of the Immigration Service this harvesting season as the result Hard M it may be for tome have fewer cold and acre I I: '.!S FRONTO OWERtPNS J,
do not have the votes to block throat PA-:*
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and Wednesday
on Tuesday of Wlrtz sociolo
Secretary parents to believe, children can IS&.ACK WITH EDGES WHITE. V
cloture or defeat the bill. we were able to have this order gically-slanted policy now be prepared for their opera 4) Ten him that the opera SvES: HAVE REP SPOTS CIRCLE 1 1
countermanded so as to permit the tion so that they have little or Hon will not hurt because he net!tie, .WILL 60 FOR WIT ORt ..t
Lebar Department Persists In repatriation of these workers over New win be fast asleep. r f FLIES,SPINNER AMP BAIT < .
Subcommittee Post Recently no fear, and little or no emotional N
'Throat f I...;,SMALL LURES AMP I WORMS.Legion
-- I accepted the chairmanship hurt afterward Expect Sore
e w.stir--
of the Senate Agriculture De Honrit With Child II) He should be told to expect .
Subcommittee for Agricultural a sort throat afterward,
; How is this don T By being
Production. Marketing, and Stabilization It will feel I.I I.
but that every day Post Names' New Set Officers
honest with chUd. telling -
'
!' i'P ;\. of Prices formerly held by your By better and better.
,,( him calmly ahead of time Suwannee Post No. 107. the vice commander .
the late Senator Johnston (SCar () Try to arrange to be with : Henry R. Edmlsten
.). In assuming this new responsibility the truth about his operation. your child a* much a* possible. I American Legion elected new of junior vice commander
I relinquished chair By sharing with him the rento Surgeons and hospitals art becoming fleer at Its meeting held Thursday A. B Miller chaplain: Arthur D
for the surgery to that it makes May 0, at the Legion Home.
manship of the Subcommittee for more and more aware Crowe, finance officer: Theron H
Agricultural Credit and Rural sense to him. of the benefit of overnight New officer are Everett Williamson Bass service officer: Billy Bran-
It li the unknown thatfrightens
Electrification to Senator Tal- privileges or longer visiting commander: O. M. Todd nan sergeant at arms; and Joe J
madge (Oa), but retained memo the/ child children.who U told That nothing 1s why hour, for parent.. adjutant: P.O. Hatcher Jr. senior .Rill Smith, historian. J

Model 1124 bership on that body ahead of time (or worse, that written("A Visit by Francine to the Hospital Chase" p..uN000n.n..................uuuu...................'
he will enjoy the experience) 1s
under the supervision of Dr.
Governor Confers With Federal the child who suffers the terror, Coleman, is a children's storybook
UJ( BETTY'S HAIR
the nightmares and feels distrust FASHIONSGrand
BULK CURING Officials On State Matters tot his Often that I I. helpful In preparing
parents
While here for the public works children for their hospital

met hearings with Governor Burns also Into these adult neurotlcUmi lift, as many carry of over you experience.) Opening Friday, June 4
BARNS PROVEN SUCCESSFUL! Vice President Humph' know Thttt column are deilgned'/
rey and officials of the Air Force, parents to relieve your fears about Corner Fletcher and BIoxham_ Mayo FU.
NASA, and the Bureau of Public helpless Victim. health through a better m for. ,
Flue-cured: from Virginia to Florida have
proven that grower Powell Bulk Curing WORKS' Their' experience Roads concerning federal assistance The unprepared child feels '' itanding/ of your mind and body. REFESHMENTS & FA.VORSJ
in securing adequate access that he Is a helpless victim In' All the hoptful new advance
has been 10 profitable that over half of all roads to Cape Kennedy On the the hands of grownups who in medicine reor'8Aer.. art REGISTER
FOR FREE
Powell Bulk Barn owners have added more Powell matter of clarifying the requirements have betrayed him. knout to doctors everywhere .
units YOU can enjoy[ these benefits toot for federal aid to publicschools'under On the other hand, the child Your individual medical problem Permanent and Shampoo & Set :
the civil rights law who is prepared properly feels should b. handled by your
fill Bulk curing In Powell' modern barns can lOve the Governor and the chief executives that he I. a part of instead of OWN doctor B. know you !>e"t.O SPECIALIZING IN

half your present labor costs, and up to one.half of eight other southern ( IMS King Features Byadlcat. Ine) I COLOR AND PERMANENT WAVING .
states conferred with HEW Sec
of your fuel and electricity cottt retary Celebrezze and Dr. Francis Matter Of Courtesy driver you are following and !. Open I.M a-m. antes I:" ..... Thar Mte tfl It:M :.

J_ By accurately controlling heat, air and humidity, Keppel, U. S. Commissioner or this applies on divided highways
Education. I accompanied the Dimming your headlights Is a I M well as on the regular two-lane i BETTY LAND I
bulk reduce trash In the barn and Proprietor
curing ,
Improvesquality.
Governor to the meeting concernIng matter of courtesy both to the roads, your Highway Patrol rtmlnds -

Trade acceptance of Powell-cured: leaf the Cape, and to a meeting driver you are meeting and the L.... MILDRED. .CUCCIA_____._..._._.__EUNICE:__.______:_._SULLIVAN... :

r IJIII has Fire been hazard.excelUntI and Insurance rates are minimized. with the Southern to their conference Governors with preliminary ...U.N.N..U. ...................,I..N..............................................-.-.......n.......7!..........auu.u..au............eI

Secretary Celebreuse. I aluo Joined
IDEAL FOR CURING other members of our Congressional .
DRYING OTHER CROPS TOO
Delegation at a luncheon .
Many farmers UM their Powell Barns for curing, dry. given by Governor Burns DuBOSE & COX

Ing, storing and even pre-iproutlng other crept, such:
as peanuts.sweet potatoes., corn, etc. Helps spreaduse State Dinner Honors South Ko.
rean President Mary and I were
and Investment over many monthsl among the Invited guests attending .

a State Dinner given at the Final Warehouse
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION SEE White House last Monday evening Clearance
In honor of South Korea's President (
YOUR POWELL DEALER OR WRITE Park and his lady. It was a ...

POWELL MFG. CO., INC., DRAWER most Interesting gathering and

635, BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. guests we enjoyed who visiting are In our with country the honor on i At Strkkland's Tobacco Barn

an official visit and with General ;..
and Mrs. James Van Fleet, who LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
came up from Florida for the occasion
Allbritton Bros. Tractor Co. .

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA (Office Supplies. a at McCrimon's) EVERYTHING MUST GO. NO REASONABLE OFFER -


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We, Buy and Sell Shelled Corn : : < '''W. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! --** .*-' -. !': ..




LISTED BELOW IS A FEW OF THE UNHEARD OF BARGAINS:
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4 ... AND INSURED : : Thousands of Dollars Worth of Fine Carpet Must Be Sold-



GRAIN DuPont SOI Nylon, Continuous Filament Nylon Acrilon and Herru- PRICED FROM ,

Ion 12 and 15 Foot Wildths All Carpets Must Go. Numerous

BONDED colors and patterns to choose from. $1.50 d
... sq. y .

STORAGE Ii' RS30 FRIGIDAIRE RANGE D12 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR ;

Brand New . . . $149.95 12 Cubic Feet . . .$189.95 .

Dealer In - BROOMS . . each .67 ODD DISHES . . .each 05

ALL LAMPS . . HALF PRICE CUPS . . . .each .10
Phillips 66" Anhydrous AmmoniaAgric'o ;

200 PICTURES' . .each .77 6x9 LINOLEUM RUGS ; . 1.95

FertilizerBulk 30" HOLLYWOOD BED LIVING ROOM SUITE ;

or Bagged complete with pad . . 12.95 Regular $279.95 .,' . 129.95

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Portable Bajv&sCuo Grill 57

See Us For Your Seed Needs-- Odd Box Springs Free With Purchase of Any Single MattressYour


--Let Us Fill Your ASCS' Purchase OrdersCORpORATIONII

Credit I* Always Good At :


I SUWANNEE GRAIN s

(f' DuBOSE & COX -

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North Houston StV4 i .-; : :

: Phone 362-3596 Mile North of : fA:; GOOD PLACE TO SHOP A BETTER PLACE TO BUY

I At Night ,362-1164 Livestock Market i: : 813 N. MARION ST. PHONE 7&2-1M1 ?! est. i

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDABeachvillc
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I WU9 AL I Mungs and Skeeter Program In t :: I.Y: The f1

munlTYj motion was carried f1
A motion was made by V. V.
NEtL4 MAt WO* } / WILL, WOW WAS WELL/THAT DEPENDS I y aAaERoSTSur ..,YouNAVIJUSTr Brim and seconded: by T. R. Bar
eorn WAS YOUR DAY? ) f CO-SO... ) YOWttt 3iCwU i FOR DINNER CAESAR tMAaAND d\ CADS MV pY I nett that Capital OEP
b, A BAxto IowMo t Outlay
,P news 1 ( funds
) be put on time deposit and
that the three banks In the county -
j lAON,. be used as depository for school
.... .' 'II I tt funds. The motion carried.It .
',"-, was moved by T R. Barnett
-- 0 and seconded: by L. II. Olll to accept
\the resignation of Willard
The Beachvllle Sunday School Rev. Marvin Odom filled hla.ap I A. Patterson and Robert Prtgeon.
children enjoyed a swim and picnic pointment with the Mlkeaville he The motion carried.

supper at Little River Sprints Advent Christian Church Sunday a+e It was moved by V. V. Brim and
Sunday afternoon. They wen accompanied It U very dry here and we keep 8 seconded by L. H Oil and motion
by Mr. and Mrs. O..D. hoping for a good rain trope are waa carried to approve leaves
i I Beach. !Mrs. W. H. TldweU. !Mr holding up very well yet. a.. f"lIn., ..'
I and Mri. Jack Kennedy, and Mrs. Mra. O. D. Beach was a business W. A. Patterson Personal leave
Calvin Warren. visitor In Lake City Monday to Inquire about employment,
Mrs. W. H. Tldwell and Alto morning. Pine Level tlonal. T. J. Geiger and Thelma Oelger,
Kenneth Tldwell and !Mra. Tld- WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT Minutes of April IT and April Personal leave on Monday, May
well and baby of Maine pent a 23 were read and approved.It 10:
OF THE
few days last week visiting Mr. Card Of ThanksWe Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wilson oLive was moved by T R. Barnett Ina Mae Thompson Personal
and Mrs. J. J. Branson of Cler- wish to enreas. our aD- Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading Oak Mr. and Mra. Rufus and seconded by E. A. Collins to leave on Friday May It, 19B5,
mont. T. T, Beach who had been predation to our many friend Baxter Mr. and Mrs B. P. Hares, chance the board meeting time LaPr.ncea Stephens Temporary
visiting the Bronaoni cam home who were ao kind to us in the was moderately active ranged between $13,00-$17.00. and Mr. and Mrs. U P. P'ort.nerenjoyed from t.OO: A. M to 10:00: A. M. duty elsewhere to attend Home
with them. : pawing of our husband and father and demand fair to good at the I Good heifers were priced at a picnic at EUavllle State. Motion carried. I Economics: convention. June 4-12;
Mrs. Jennings Starling and IOn I Mr. W. J. Burnett. We were Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar I17.25-I17.fi0. utility and standardat Park Tuesday. The Board studied the final report Allen Ford and Julie Scott.
and Mra. Eddie Starling and ba- especially grateful for the beau- ket Wednesday, There were 380 i 113.00-115.25. and Inferior a& Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and of the School Board Advisory Temporary duty elsewhere to take
by. all of Brooker, were guests tiful floral offerings. cattle and calves sold u comparedto I10&0-H2J5. children visited M. J. Lepper and Committee and a motion was Children to Stephen Foster" Memorial
of Mr. and Mra. Clyde Odom a To the ladles who supplied us 65 for a week ago. Utility and standard cows" saw sons In Lake City Saturday rvliht made by L. H. GUI and secondedby May 7.;
few dare last week. with food to the Rev.. Cecil Pol- Slaughter cows were uneven a 11000-11350 price, Inferior Mr. and Mrs L. P. Fortner were: V V. Brim thst. The Board II. E. Orant and Alice Grant.
Mr.and Mra. Martin Beach and tlvent for the words of comfort, and averaged steady. AU other '$.00-$0.75. Standard cow-cal dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs D. accept the report of the School Temporary duty elsewhere for
cone Scott and Randy, and Mr. the Rev Brady Brlnkley for the I, classes both slaughter and replacement pairs were at 11500-116.25. utilityat P. Hayes Wednesday.Mr Board Advisory Committee In tn State contest April 39 and 30:
and Mri. C. C. HemphUl and aon. songs rendered. Mra. Lucille Taylor -I were too few to accurately $1350-11475, and inferior and Mrs. Richard Anders era! with the exception of the Vincent Jonoa. RoMlnnl Oran.
Wayne an of Gainesville were who played! the accompani test price trends. Seventy $113.50-113. and children of Bradenton and recommendation on O'Brien High vllle and Gladys Jones, Temporary
guests of Mr and Mra. Willie ment to the pallbearers who took per cent of the supply cleared to Oood calves were bringing Mn. Norman Anders and daughter School and other changes as the duty elsewhere to attend
.Beach Sunday. Willie went home part in the service, and to the feeder-etocke.r accounts while 40 I17J5-I20-25.: standard 'U&0- Elaine spent several days last Board may deem feasible and state meetings.
with them returning Monday afternoon. Suwannee Funeral Home for their per cent of the supply were calves.A 117.75. utility 1IOO..n.OO., and week with Mr. and Mrs. Norman proper from time to time as the Permission was aim given to
many acts of kindness may Ood few high-utility and standard Inferior '00-113.50.. Anders Br. at Bristol. program Implemented and that Oscar Munch and John Cade to
Mr. and Mra. HeracheU Cason bestow His richest blessings oneach slaughter steers were In the Hogs totaled 294 as comparedwith \ Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes the Board hereby express to the use school buiwe to transport pu-
and children. Dswayne and Camay of you ls our prayer $17.80-$2$00 range 342 for last .week. Mixed were supper guests of Mr and members of the School Board Ad- pits to White Springs for Folk"
1. and Mr. and Mra. Carrol Ca- Mrs. W J. Burnett grades 110-210 Ib barrows and Mrs Ernest Holmes Friday nliht. vlaory\ Committee Ita appreciationfor Festival, and to Mr. T. J, Oelgerto
I.r, son. all of Jacksonville were guests Mra. Kenneth McLeod 1 Standard heifers were $1700- gilts went for |200, 210-270 Ibs Marcia Moscley spent Sunday the work they have done. The use school bus to transport
$
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of Mr. and Mra. R. C. CaJOn a few and Family 60. higher-cutter to average- '20.0&. S40-270 Ibs. 11930. 160- with Esther Anders motion was carried.It children to Otustee Battle field.
7t days lajt wok W. A. Burnett and Family utility were at OO-tlS.23.. ISO Ibs '1'00. 140.ISO Ibs. 11135 Mr and Mrs. Orover Sexier of was moved by V. V. Brim and There being no further business
,. Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys viaited Paid Notice) Utility cows went for I1JTJ- 130-140 Ibs $11.1&. 100-120 Ibs. Kluimmee. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. seconded by U H. Olll that the the meeting adjourned.
If l Mr. and Mra. While Beach 14.60.. cutter 111.00-113,75. and lit 93. and 0.100 lbs IK 90 P. Tool* awhile. Sunday_ n.u mnrnlnv___...___ Board 10 on record and request Henry M. Folsom
lait Friday.: (Office Supplies at MeCremen's) canner grades were at |>00- Most sows 180-400 Ibs. .were Mr. and Mrs David Wilson and the Superintendent to write the flupt. and Secretary
11100. 111.50-117.00. 400-600 Ibs. .were son Danny and Mr. and Mrs Senator and Representative the Board of Public Instruction
..., High-cutter low-utlllty bulls II5.SO-I1IOO. Boars went for drover Baxter of Klsalmmre Governor and Committees asking a. M. Crews Jr. Chairman
. sold for 'TS-IKJS.. 11.00-1.10. and one stag brought I spent Saturday night with Mr. for support for the Educational: Board of Public Instruction
: Oood calves went for III.0JOJS. 11400 I and Mrs. L. P. Former."
:. $ standard were at IIUS.1..U.Io..toa"r..uuutJ Medium good and a few choice Rev, Charles Johnson of ferry
.. went feeder pigs 75-110 Ibs .were at spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A Thought For Today
.. ATTENTION went for '75-11175.. and a few i 111 00-118.75. R. W. Monetey.
11
. culls saw a III.00-11100 price .s Miss Beth Ann flipper spent II, RRODT C. \KIU.1:
:. g iJUNE tag. On the railroad tracks you cross Friday night and Saturday with
MOTHERS Good realm were |:}SO- 3S with your car, there may be justa LouUe, Pays, and Joyce' HayM. TXAMPLE IS A LESSON THAT ALL MEN CAN READ "
L 21, standard were 11100-111.35. train or two each day non Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hayes were M It la quite true thai. example present. a OWer.
and utility wen bringing |IJX( think this give you the green dinner guests'" of Mr and Mrs aflMk j iM ful lesion largely, it would seem, because of a
1700. light to be careleas. The Florida L. P. Fortner" Thursday.Mr graphic clarity that In many instances knows no
Good feeder-stcoker steers were Highway Patrol reminds that one and Mrs Rufus Baxter M limitations of age station or language It ls one
3-4-S .t '20 00-21.00. standard went train and your eara all It I spent the week end at Ft. Whitewash '0 thing to read or hear of how crrialn arts. might be
for 11800.118,75 l and utility I takes for a highway tragedy. relatives.Mr accomplished, another to see them acted out.
4 :____ BIG and Mrs. Drew Holmes t ;t4 .In another sense, example might be of considerable
benefit
if thoughtfully applied to solving some
: were supper guests of Mr and j c of the problems that face us from time to time
Mr., Willie Howell Saturday t This might be more a case of bvneflttlng from another
: 11x14PORTRAIT IRRIGATION nliht. e 'a eipertenee but then the experience of
: Mr, and Mrs. Oerald Coates of others to. problems paralleling our own might well
COMPLETE:: SYSTEMS Lake City spent the week end offer up a worthwhile example of how we might
ourselves approach our own particular situation
with Mr and Mrs J. P. Tools.Mr .
.. INSTALLED & FINANCED and Mrs. L. P. Partner visIted FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
' Mr, and Mra. It M. Moore Suwannee County Residents
Mack and Whit DISTBinUTOUS FOUr Sunday aitenuxm.Mra .
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS J. P. Toole and son. .Jimmy I BRODY C. HARRIS
f Plus! Small and Mra. Gerald Coatoe were
CONTINENTAL
trr POWER UNITSU. business visitors' In VakfcMta 0alunlay .
: Handling Charge S. ELECTRIC MOTORS SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
Mr and Mra L. P. Portner were
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. B Licensed Funeral Director
r. Hayre Sunday. 821 5. Ohio Anu
RACE AND RACE AND
Mr and Mra David Wilson and LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
$1 eW SURE RANE FITTINGS son and Mr and Mrs drover Baal
R.... $8.00 VALUE, ONLY ter of Klarimmoe visited relatives
: PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE In CJsjtand and Pine ....1 Com PHONE 362.1234
IRRIGATION NEEDS this week end
S No appointment necessary HOURS munlty .._.__ :

.. FuM selection of poeee ESTIMATES GIVEN XINVTK. BOABO or H1UJO
10 to 1 GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY INIITKI'CTIOM, IUWANNEEC'Ot1nr
.
0 No limit YEA'lieRrlt
. All age work guaranteed 2 to S 'I.oam" lESI$ PICIURE Of THE

Uve Oak Florida
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. HACKNEY BROTHERS May 4. 1H. I HAMRIftON.' BEST ACTOrl of 'h. Year I

.. The Board of Public Instructionmet Gist Actor
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. VAN H. PRIEST'SLIVE Plot 7S24l
on the above date with the WINNER ; 4't'
oestDlrectcr"
LAKE CITY FLORIDA .
. following mraibora present: Mr I ,
. OAK FLORIDA U M. Crews Jr. Chairman Mrs. .::f" ;.t
. FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. V V. Iirtm. Mr Thonia R. Bemttt. O F Best Cn.matcprlphy)
: Mr L. II, OUL and Mr E. A. Col ..
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.. Limit- One Per Subject -2 Per .my! Ins.
. Pion. ,...... MM 57 1 Chairman Crews called themeeUiui ', D.'t. Sec l raga
. Each Additional Subject p." '
LIVE OAK FLORIDA to order at 00 AM. .

Mr Paul Crews cave the dnOoWOODROW .. 8 detOtmd= ""g .
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Try them-for power t at'a livelier, driving that' fur,.You'll thrill to their new whinptrquiet performance, too. So get

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: PAGE TWELVE I SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY MA.Y 27, 1965I


ba.. levied BPO sod will offer for ..1. I I...... claiming any right title or In.teraal known realdene odd,... la au_.- ...t.t... upon th* report af tb* .".....
I and aell to tha httheit sad .beat Bidder In or 11.. upon th. real property gee County Florida era. Ualudlna tk* dotemlnatlon at that
And ActivUie From for auk at the front door of th. Court herein. deaerlked er any part thereof. Ethel: Prl." Ha.e. and. her hn.bead.V. time of any ...uatlea .. t* whether, ar
Hona In Ll.. Oak Buvaanaa County, DEFENDANT'S: GREETINGS LB...., .10.... lout ....... reel.reaoe not P.tltlonera ar* properly .......1.1".
'fHEN Florida, t. aatlefy said. ludi.ment and You ..* hereby notified that a pro. .dd.... la Suwaaaea County, th. authority ..I....... I. taking the
I RECREATION CENTERBy loop aa June I, U", daring tk. l I..al' ceedlng t* quiet title .... been broughtIn aald ftrt/rJ. tho entry under Bee*
hours of aal. tha following 01..1...... the Clrault Court for Suwannee County Myrtlce'1 Privet Hunter and .her hue.bead. tlon Btatutea, of an ardor
property, towltlBWH Florida. ...I..t all ,.n... claiming J. C. Hunter, whoa laat af taklnc.County. .
of SK% ef Section I, and W I< any eetate, right, till. ar Intereit In or known realdene ...01.... la Suwaa.nea WITNESS my hand a. Clark. of th,
BGVN of BKK and. 8K14!: of 8BU\ of Bet. lien upon the following daaarlbed real County Florida! Clroult Court 1a. and for Suwann..,
ROY SULLIVAN Director lion T, .11 In Township 4. South of prop.rty altuat la guwannee County, Mary Prison ....... widow. whoa. Florida, ... the awl .( sold.
Rama II Eaat. Buwanna County, Florida townlLot. but known resident addra. la Court thin S7tk day of May 14*.
In women' Softball last weeVann's league teams need coaches. riorlda, eonulnlnr, 110 aerea alto. I. S. 10 and 11. I. Bock! ... Bradanton, Florida B/ LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS .1
its first game of Swimming pools will be open to *.th... of Railroad Addition .. the City of Sh.lll. Pri.ett. aln.le. wboae hat Clark Circuit CourtSuwaane.
Gulf won DUKE MCCALLISTBR sheriff Live Oak, Florida' In the EVi of th. known re.ld.ne* addreaa I. B....... County. Florida -
the season by downing Suwannee the public beginning Saturday. Buwanna County, Florida NEK of Section SI. Townihlp S ton. Florida' (SEAL)
Home 13 to 11. Suwannee June 5.Hours. 11.1 South Range II Eaat! Clara. Prl.ett, alnirle. whoM lout I
Funeral and you ar* hereby ..lfIul.e. file with known reeldene* addree to Braden
Funeral bounced back to beat Su- of operation follow: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF the Clerk of acid Court your anawar, tan. FloridaMm. REGISTRATION UNDER FICTITIOUS
of 7 to 3and Monday, Tuesday Thursday SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA. defenaea er ether pleadlnga In said pro.ceedlnga L. H. Scott whoae laat knowarealdene NAME ACT. JOHN S. WILSON ....
wannee Pack by a score IN BE I Th. Eatat of on or before the Ird day of addreaa la ISIS 14th Avenue HAZEL J. WILSON HIS WIFE DOING
on Thursday, Suwannee Fun- Friday and Saturday: \ Evelyn' M. Koona. July t6t, and to aerv* a copy thereof Weet. .....n'.., Florida; BUSINESS. AS SUWANNEE AUTO
Suwannee Pack 1 10 9:00: a.m. to 11:00: a.m. Swimming I Oman*I.! upon Plaintiff attomeya, AIHTH. SELLERS Callle Johnoon, a widow (al.a PARTS.
eral outscored NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll *. LEWIS, U, Weat Howard known aa Mra. O. K. Johmon.) NOTICETO
to 3 to clinch the league champlonshlp. classes ertdltora of tha Eitate of Evelyn Stork Llv Oak, Florida, ta th. Complaint whoa. lout known ......... .0101.... WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
11:00: s en. to 9:00: pm. Open M. Koo... d......., ar* horehy notl/led there!. letting up th. Eatat. la 111 N. W. ivth Street Pompan* Yon will pleas.- take nolle that tb.
and ...qul.dco fll* any clalma or de. right till or lnter.it 'ta ar II.. upon Be.eh. Florida I."............ JOHN B. WILSON and
The second game betweeVann's swimming. THE LAST TIME TUB manda which thay may have aialnataald the above deicrlned. property claimed 1. R. Thomaa and hla wife "...Jol.Tho. I HAZEL J. WILSON husband and. wif.
Fun- Wednesday closed for clear Eatato I. the offle of th. County by you. Herein, fail .., Judgment will .... whoea lout ho... ...1eI... are enr.aihi" and will ...... I. a wholeit -
Oulf and Suwannee YANKEES FINISHED IN Judge.. of Buwannee County, Florida In be. entered. ...In.' you by default.. .0101...* la Suwennee Caa.t,. FlorIda .le and retell ......1I1a bnitoMO.
eral Home was called off becauseof ing. THE SECOND the aourthouae at LI.. Oak Florida, WITNESS my hand and th. .... of the : handling nlomobll..rt.. auppllai, re
of the cham- Sunday: 1:00: to 6:00: p.m. DIVISIONBy within all calendar. month from tha data Hid Court at LI.. Oak. Suwannee Coun and all aenona and. aartlea alalmlnc ar latH and. other Iterai at Lira Cob. Flor.
rain. Presentation of the flrat publication of thla notlr. t,. Florida, this th* Itl" day of May, having' any Intereat ar claim. .. own. Ida .hi the name oftSUWANNEE
plonshlp trophy will be made Open swimming. BOB STJDYK I Each claim or demand rout bt In writing u... .... mortiaeaea, judcnent .....1.....,
) before the A dance Is scheduled for Sat- IN 1925: the New York Yankee and nuit atat th* place of ...Id.n.. 5, LAVAITCHN A. SESSIONS llenholdera. or atherwlae upon aracalnet UVE OAK AUTORDA
Thursday (tonight and post office add. ..... of the claimant Clerk of th. Circuit Court th* parrala, of tend particularly and. th. underalrned will rile a retla.tratlon .
seventh. But
second league game. urday night from 8:00: to 11:00: ward the and must b* sworn to by th. claimant, (SEAL) 01....,...... In th. "Declaration of Taklnc" af aaM flctlttona .... .. r .
STANDINGSWon p.m. with the "Saints" providingthe Bombers have finished in the hit agent or kli attorney, or It will bocone By I tl Lillian. RadfoH thla day filed In the attire ..f the Clerk. .nlnd by Boctlo ....... Florida
TEAM first division every season since, roil I according f to law] and matt ba t-l of the Circuit Court of Buwannee Coun. Statute. .....
Los music.Heulah. filed In duplicate. t,. Florida, aa a part af this ,........- Bald ......... to owned by tb. .......-
Funeral 10 3 a winning 28 pennants. Unlading Arthur F. Room, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP' THE t. cltrnrd aa a .o-prtnenhlp sad. oachpartner
Suwannee second six times, third six time Executor of the Will of THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF You and oach or you aro p..r.i>y noli- ewna an undivided, eat-half In.
Suwannee Pack 4 5Vann'l Club Met and fourth once. They flnUhed Evelyn' M. Koona, de.....d. FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNFE fled of than Mine af ouch Doolarntlon of lereat Ibo wi..
1 7Men's 11.1 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Taklnaand yon ar* further notlflod. Dated. tkto. ttth dy of May. ISIS
Gulf For / last In 08 and 12. VIRGINIA W. JONES, that on th* 4th day of J.".. 1141. at */ JOHN S. WILSON
May MeetingThe DM. by KlBf Feature gjmdlcat IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Plaintiff i...o .'.look. A. ..., or aa aooa th.r- ./ HAZEL J. wILSON
Beulah homemakers Club I JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY ... after a* the Court'l bosin.. will pmsnit S-l
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN ROBERT PAUL JONES th. Honorablo R. H. Rowe, of
softball league title was on*
met recently with Mrs. B. F. Durham KKl. K.t.l of n.fend.nt. .
I tag Jwl.*a of tho abo plod. Court
sewed up by Life of Oa. as they giving the devotional. Lundy Finishes Marine VERNON LAMER BALES.DereaiiH.. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEFTOl will aonduet booting In the Circuit
Robert" Paul Jo.... Ball Ivl, Marah. of the Coorthooaa,
Christian 15 to :1. I i Court Room County
downed Advent During the business session Recruit TrainingMarine T. All Creditor and ..,_. Having all, Illlnnla. M..I./ ..... Madison County Florida, at If
In other games during the week, handcraft survey 4-II Club congress Clalma or Demandi Agalnat Said Eatatel You ar* hmby notified. that a Complaint th. conclusion of which an ardor will you were born In
Funeral Home lost to Private John H. Lundy You and each of you are hereby not I- for Divorce b.. .been filed In tb* b* oatorod appolntln .pp..I..,. to .t.wand
Suwannee scholarships rewards the H. W. Lundyof fled and retiulred to ...t any alalma above named Court and are required appralio th. *..ml.. .. dcacrlbod. In May of an odd
Life of Oa. 16 to 12. Advent Suwannee County Fair exhibits. son of Mr. and Mrs and demand which you or cither of ta aarv a copy of your Iou.... or PleadIn. sold Declaration of Tubing' and Mportth
Christian outscored North Florida Route 3, la scheduled to graduate -I you. may h... aninet than ratal of .. t* th. Complaint apon the Plain. i approilmate, nln. ,......, t* aha numbered year, renew
and summer programs were dls- from the Marine recruit V.rnon Ianl.r B.I.., "........, late nfaald tiff. Alto", .,. Wm. Randall 1I'.a.h. Court within ...11 tlm. aa may .b* doalfnat.d -
Telephone 9 to 2 and North Florida CUASl'd. May 19 I County to the County Judg* : ter P. O. Boa Sal 1.1o.I Oak. Florida, I In aald order driven license
Telephone outran Suwannee training at the Marine Corps Buwanne County; Florida, at hla off! nJ filer th. arlglnal I In the offir..f I the I You and. ouch of you ar* furthor not I.flod I. your
Mrs. Winnie Hayes was welcomed 'In the court houne of said County at Clerk af tho Circuit Court SuwanneeCounty. that aald date
S. C. at
yon may appear
Funeral Home 21 to 2. Presentation into the club M a new member Recruit Depot, Parris Island. LI. Oak Florida, within all calendar Florida. LI.. Oak Florida, on and. tint. wad ... forthwith hoard uponouoatton this month.
of the championship trophY During his 11 weeks of recruit month from the time of tkr first or ...ro.. the Ilk day of Ju... A. D. IMS jurladlctlon of aha Court and.
Visitors were Miss Jean Meadows under veteran drill In.tructors. publication of this notice. Two cop lei If yon ear to eonteat the ....., ather.wlae .urlle......, of the ploadlnfa, and ala. *
will be made this Friday before assistant agent and Mrs training of each claim or demand shall b* In the allegations,. of th* Complaintwill upon aotvoatlon In roipovt t* the pun
he learned small arm writing, and shall atat tha place of b taken aonfeaaed Reece Brown
the second game. Cora aa by you aona to bo appointed a* appralaoro.Yon .
Fennell from Ft. Pierce. bayonet fighting mid nee and Boat office .dd...* of ,h. i Done aad Ordered I I. LIT. Oak Florid and ouch. of yon or* further notl-
STANDINGSWon The program given by Miss Ida marksmanship .Im.nt' and .h.1I b. ."0'. to by lb. Ibis balk day of April, A. n. IMI.Lavaugh find. that tho order \e..* *....rod ansforn.ald I
Los Jo and methods of self-protection as el.imnk' hi. ...nt. er altorny and ... A. Beailona o* June 4.konrln IMI, will Inrludorlalon COUNTY JUDGE
Harrison was on the care of Instruction in military aompanled by a fill.. fw of on. dollar SEAL Club of Circuit CourtBuwanne for a tlm* and phw '
LGa. 13 2 floors. well as I( and auch claim or demand not ae filed County, Florida, undo Boctlo T4*.. Florida I I''
AC 9 e drill history and traditions of the ban k* void D,I Lillian. "011.,,,. D. C.
Mrs. R. L Allbrltton served
refreshments. SIren. Pledger Balea 11.1IN
NIT 6 9 Marine Corps and ether academic Aa enecntrl of the Lout

SFII > 13 subjects. Will and Teatament of THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
will be assigned to camp v...... Latin 51.. deeeaaed.IN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I
He now
11.1 COUNTY
SUWANNEE FLORIDA.
The little league baseball sea- Orange 5111 Sunday Lejuene. N. C.. for at least four AT LAW. A REMINDERThese
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR. STATE: ROAD DEPARTMENT: OF
eon get under way June 8 with Sing, May 29 weeks of advanced Infantry com- IDA THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FLORIDA aa A...., af aha State
all four teams scheduled to play. The Fifth Sunday Sing will beheld bat training before being assigned AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. el Fkrid.SUWANNEE...
IN CEIIY.
First game will begin at 7:00: p.m. In the Orange Baptist to a school or to a Marine combat GEORGIA B. PARRES widow' COUNTY a Political.

with the second game scheduled Church May 29. or support unit.Public .... Plaintiff' Subdivision ef the Slat af Florida.Petition .

for 8:30: pjn.On Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and RICHARD JONES ., at, .... ere,

little league team still three children who have just returned NoticesIN NOTICE Drreadanta.THB Tn DrFLND. H.. I. PRIVET Defendant?. x. .1.. Banking InstitutionsWill

needs a coach and two minor to the United States after : MTATR or FIORIDA TOl N..... Of Declaration. Ol Taking Aa4Applicative

6'/3 years in Japan as missionaries THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ...101.RICHARD..* and JONES mailing,/ who..ddr.os. place la an.af ) A.Far.....AavatetaMait...... Of
will be present. They will be dressed IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, knowBi MARIE THELMA LRGflCTT. IN THE NAME or Be ClosedTHURSDAY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. whoa. place of ,..1...... I. Palm' Heaek THE STAT OF FLORIDA
in Japanese costumes and will
ITS HERE.i't IN RE Tb. E.tat of County, Florida.. I R. 1:. JONES: wkoa T. All Whom. It May Cencera. sad. .
have a part In the morning ser- C. T. BAKER. place of ...''d.".. I. Tolumhla County, to th. following defendant. whoa re.deneec .!-
vice. They will be in complete' DeeeaieilNOTICE .Florida' : JOHN O. KNOWLr.S and hla .. particularly. aa ar* known ar*
TO CREDITORS .It.. CLARA KNOWLKS. whoae p1... act ant after the .... of each of said
l' charge of the evening service. T. All Creditor. and. Per... Ha 4 Mrs. Cox is the daughter of Mr. Claim ar D...."... A.I.., Said E...,.. Idol C. H. BROWN and. THOMAS M.. H. S. Prt..., and. hi. wife. H..I M.
COLORTVWAITING( ( You and. ach of yen are hereby oil- .RAE. whoaa place. of ...101.... la ... Prlvett ....... rectd..**** add,.. tannknawai
and Mrs. J. R Slaughter of Live fled and required to '....n' any elalraa annet County Florida! and their r.. JUNE 3 1965
Oak who are members of the and demanda which you, or either of you and'l"? ."*'"'*. apou ea, If llvmg." H. fl. Prlvett and hla wife, Marlorl
may har ataln.t the mute of C. T. If dead their unknown h.I,. at law Prlvett whoa loot bane ...101_.. ,
Orange Church. II....., 01..._..... late af said County, to devlaeea, ....t.... or ...n...., ar ather addrea I. ......... Co sty, ,...
There will be congregational th* County Judy of 8uwanr.ee county ands or partlea. tkraugk. MaiCalll '"
Florida at hla offle! In th* court hone:: agalnat/ th.ms..d, say Old all Prlvett Ingle. whoa rat '
singing and also groups of singers. of .Id: noniiie: at !.!.. Oak. Florida.I In Observance of
Everyone is invited to bring a basket within il. .aland.r numlha, from the ,.
the of this
Into of flret publication
FOR lunch and be present ..u.. Eaah .'.Im or demand ahall) .bo !t.
a dupllrato, and aball atataho DEKLE BEACH
: Ur..I.of: r.sid.n..d aeel efftoe : JEFFERSON
Beach Now odd,.. of th. olalm.Ki. and efcalt h. DAVIS'BIRTHDA
Serving a om ta .y the .leh iit. hi. aam* ,

1 In[ Naval Exercise J etton not ao*'illd"lr 1....:ord.., at earned IS THE PLACE TO GO

/r' Gunner's Mate First Class L. O. I' LOUISE. BAKERArtmlnbtrator Y

Beach USN son of Mr. and Mrs. '/ DAVID HAKERAdministrator: On the Gulf of Mexico Taylor County

t F'ERFECTEO O. D. Beach of Route 1, O'Brien .... BOAT RAMPBOATS A: COTTAGES FOR RENT
II participating in an International -
NOTICE OF SHERirn IALENolle Lots For Sl Complet. with
exercise called
Operation
la koraby gloss l that I, DukeMeCalllator.
Falrgaine III In the Central Mediterranean aa Bh.rtff af SuwaaaeeCounty Bulkhead and Boat Slip

I; a: l and on the island of that ..,,1.1.Florida mMvtlon, In and laiuod. ky out vlrtoa.f thaCircuit of STORE complete with groceries, tackle, nickrutcks THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

i Corsica May 10-25 whlle'serving, Court of Du.al Couaty, Florida. ,
whoraln Atlanta Matallla Ca.k.t Company 1100 ft. boardwalk fun for all Swimming
aboard the destroyer usa Manley. ages. ,
a leorala CorporaltaMi, tradlnir and LIVE FLORIDA
with OAK
Thirty-four American and 28 dolor "u.I.... In tka SUM af Flnrldarinrliln .. Skiing, Fishing, Crabbing, Scalloping.FOR .
Zenith perfected Ca.het Company, la Plaintiff
French ships are participating in and Hugh A. Wll.rm Jr. Minn hu.lneaaaa RESERVATIONS
HANDCRAFTED the exercise, along with ground Wll.oa I and Branium.la: :. by

I chassis for greaterdependability troops from the two countries. virtue reeerd of.that at mtaln Duial Count judsom.t: Florida.on .pvblla I- PHONE PERRY 457-9519 or 457.9516Write I THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF

j fewer P. O. Box 518

; .service problems, HOSTESSES Janie Hamilton Aim Moody I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


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