Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00288
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00288
 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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High School Diplomas Granted 151 '

With Leele C. Wsdrworth At Suwannee High GraduationOne

Study Deeded u hundred and fifty-one Suwannee High School

That plan and to provide both relief 1m seniors received diplomas in ceremonies held Monday
mediate permanent
night at the CoUsEurn.ClaM .
time It
from water damage every
rains In the area of this city adjacent salutatorian, Clyde Ellin, reminded his fellow
to the comer of Howard graduate that this was the last senior high class to meDevelop

Street and Pine Avenue U needed the old school buildings and even
now appears obvious to most local these were taken away after the
residents Will Plans flood and that next year there

That something be done to proY1de i' > For lloiul Approval' will be a new school and new

better fire fighting than that a r" Further Imprtss t. the ..... senior and what remain of fluwsnne .
witnessed last week at the Live palms U secure sufficient nsntrs Ilivh School will be forgotten -
must ..XC'I'p"an' the heart of
Oak Tire Company blase en petitions te call a wheel
have been obvious to members of band election later this year will the senior of '8S who will rt-
the council watching the mannerIn be given aa meeting set for member their first three year In
which the fire was fought. "' 1 1 the old building"Valedictorian ,
tonight (Th.ndsv> at the Juntor -
Harriet Nobles
high school auditorium.President..1 .
Thru the years we have seen variaiin ergsnlsationa echoed much the same theme and
thousands of dollars expended In and cluba ef the county repeats a poem that had appear
the are that Hoods now with ed in the school newspaper writ-
will meet' d0: p.m. te form-
most every rain. Mostly It has been late farther plan tend by student Casey McFuland:

spent on pet theories of councilmen : Clarence II. Ratllff. chairman "Though. new decaying, falling
and the property owners In ef the sch.nl board advisoryeemmlttee rant
volved. that reemmen4ed a And her memory now rest In
What I think U needed .1s forth bond election be held. It serving the pant.
JoIn in a 1 Well walk her halls

project in drainage to hare come engineers here and develop trained Members the IMS graJnaUng close. at Sewanne* high "' .... tided mule for the event. Part ef the .bate erewd witnessing the leering mmlltee. In peeeesaef No more rattling, rocker or slamming

type of permanentwork are pictured daring csjcretaea at the c.u-... Monday aught In graduation la skews I...... by Dan Rtalnrr) formation. dnon.
a plan lor some Plans rail far a steering commlltee .
that will provide relief from the feregreend are member the Sewanae.111gh band eke pre- te prom.&. passage efIk Just cobwebs, dual, and darkroom

rain except such a* fell during bond ...... This eemmltle* remain.Th ,
Hurricane Dora. will ....n... effsrt In fsver result of one nliht'i swift
Ilrolrrojf>rt Discussed Elks:
The fact that most wooden Fire DestroysLive To Hold ., the bands.McLean. falling rain
In use prior to But will her memory vr diet
floor that were flag Day Service .
Dora have been replaced with Francis Ward Installed As President Or will U warmly forever U*
Oak Tire Flag flay servlee will M held
In all
to our
built up concrete floor U said Named more
In .
leant ef the Live Oak Clk
have reduced considerable the Branford Area Men's Club ....,. Mendsy, tune It at lilt Tho' none will tr walk through I
her door"Richard
area where water can be !held Monday II Wednesday\ pat with Matthew Earl In
forcing It now Into the streets In Chairman County Poster president of the
Franc! Ward of Ward Fertilizer Com charge ef the pregram.The .
volved. manager The Live Oak Tire Co,. ownr student body told his ftllowrnduaty
public Is lavlted .. at
I pany wa elected and Installed a* new president of the and operated/ by Olenn Duncan Lba.duaUon WM
tend .
&II1t..mc-.t Park
..* City officiate and employees< Branford Area Men' Club Monday night lit succeed wa completely destroyed by fire .. ear American flag.Bnatnessmen .pay tribute not th* end but the beginning of

done extremely well In keep- I'I'hi" Leon D. Hatch. Isle Wednesday afternoon. Tb are arird U '11I- O. B. McLean Jr.. civil dfftnue a whole new challenge In the
world end that should m..tIN.
.,mt loses. at the level they have. Installed to serve/ with Ward were W. S. Ware tint fire was reported at 1:11: p.m. and play a flag near their place ef director for Buwsnnee County, ( .. S Cenllnned they. *n Fuse 111.
-.1 hut--- the turns: for lone ranee -Plans vice president; J. Robert Flctcher. raged for an hour before being ..I...* sU day line It. WM named chairman of Ibo Buwannee
nine! appear here, for until property second vice< president, James C. brought under control County Park Hoard this

owner have assurance event Blggert. secretary, and Bin K. Methodists At According to Tin Chief DIll Soil week to replace W, B, War olDranford Branford Votes
such a* are occurring more frequent Thompson treasurer. BI.prand Roper the fire\ started while Dun- Booklet who has bn swing s*
I since Dora are stopped, development Thompson were re-elecud and can war working with a highly chairman of the IIOWtr'd
of this important part wm be serving their second terms O'Brien Given volatile recapping adhesive sprs: For Suwannee since Its creation some years ace Williams In
of Live Oak business district will Of etno During the process, spray on the by" the Bout of County Commi. ,

..... 1Uch& _.-... OartbNoblMu.peesldeskt of the Church! Award floor Ignited and the buttdM" .' atooar John liaauplon was' ....I Minter Out- t :t
I'' Live Oak IdwaaU Club and farmer was aukkly *mi {ad. la flame County ,Printed elected *ecretrya >
' fire by using track Branford served a* (
To fight a resident of Three employee of the company
1o\ haul water to the seen ml ht Installing officer.. He complimented In the building it the time of A comprehensive soil survey of Brsnford voter unseated Town it
have been necessary! last week the group on the progress" made the fire were sent to the hosplta Buwannee County III I now availablefor Councilman Tommy Mlnler Jr ,
but In this modern day and with during the past year and charged r for treatment for burns. Moseverely distribution In booklet or bulleUn and re-elrcted Town Clerk Lola P
the amount of modem equipmentwe the new officers with leadership I burned wa* Duncan with form Chairman J. Dan Roatof William Tuesday In th* two eon
have to our fire department Itseems responsibility In guiding the com second\ degree bum about hi. the Board of Supervisors! of the tested Cairo on the ballot Three
rather far fetched mnnlty of Branford Its growth arms upper body and head and Buwannee River Roll Conarrvstlon Incumbent w.r* returned M 30
I watched that fire and tot the potential and helping It become i evenly burned hands. Roy Or. District said .her this week that vote were cant, In lie annual

Impression: there was little orgnlsed *- an even better place In which to ham and Robert Warner both received copies of the report could be ob- town flrtUon.Ttrm.t .
effort and direction during live. I second degree burn All toned by writing Congressman for Town of Branford

the fire flchtlnc. Why only one I Retiring President Hatch w I three have since ,been released Don Fuqua In Washington. official Mr, are for two year,
William wa returned. to
hose was laid brought explanation pressed tile appreciation for the from the Buwannee County Hos FVId. work on ths project bran I
fflce with a count of Ida 'oU*.
such a* hydrants not wort. splendid support and help he had,I pital.Fireman. In ItSI and war complrted In I Ml. Mr. Myrtle 11, llubar cslved,
In,. too far from a plug cant received during the past year, lie ,I Run Avery was overcome RoM said, The assembling and II vote for the cleik's post
hook two hose on the same line.. recited the club's accomplishment f by heat and smoke and writing of the work done In the In the race for post number flee
Despite aD this those who responded Interest flew' took several! ,rar..
and urged that continued was released from the hospital! on the town council Minter, the
to the blue did a good: be shown In bringing reality a later In the dsyEstimsted The printing was Am' by the Incumbent, ran behind It, O Orl(-
Job In confining the fire 10 one number of projects It I* felt are loss on the building U fl, Printing Office In Wsahlng I fllh The vote for Orlf nth wee art
building needed for the community, I I and equipment wa* put at around ton and was released In March and that garnered by Minter
That a study U needed of the I Speakers for the evening were |M.000 by Chief. Roper, MS. Copies are for sale by the touted 1 111Orahsm .
to tncreasetts
entire fire department R Hatcher and Robert Smith. Two house that were nest to Superintendent Documents, U. I C Owen who war
be undertaken
efficiency should who discussed aspects of the broiler the tire company were sand by B. Printing Office Washington, named to the e*>nn il when C U
now before a major fire strikes production project now rader the quirk anion of the fir d,.. RON lao pointed out... render died. WM top vote thrr

above are way In the county, pert eni. In one ef the house Aerial' photos covering the rn u US: tlectors marked their bal
Indicative The two of suggestion growth that to going Hatcher explained the pert the furniture. wag remand as the Ire county are Included: In the n. MU.\IC! IL I lot to permit hIm to serve the remaining
North Florida Production CreditAssociation flame came closer The Inside bulletin with soil Information'<< anprrtmpoMHj I year of rVnder' tern
on to this cur In It terms U time of we modern darted I* playing In financing\ RET, PETTJl A. "('II"aollO"1bI wn of the home received: some on the pttoUtgrsphs TINt board serve In *n advUoty! James II, PWIrhor and frank I

thinking rather than the the houses needed far the broiler I OBfVn Methodist Church I best damage, The first Dart .1 the booklet dicta rapacity to the IWjarU. of Courtly NorMs both of whom are veteran"
space age living field rtpremtatlve PlreflghUng effort were ham. with. the soil of the Corninlsalutirr" on park aid rwr. I
au4 philosophy that I Malta who a will be presented a Church of the county with a j I councilmen won sdUltiunal term ,
the buggy and past for Cotton Producer Association I Tear Award for ehurche with lens I pored during the heujht of the discussion of the various types. Ill sum 1 mature under county nIN '> FMriwr' drew 117 votes and Nuf '
fings to nU firm blase when a rupture occurred In use and the *. 4 Cell..sad 11
If we are *o have a share InPtortdaa told the part i than lOG: Member .1 the annual yield that can bevpected M Psge n. had ::122. I
growth here In wag having to the project. He said conference of Florid Methodist the main fire hoie from a hydrantand t \ from Various\ crops I
Live Oak predicted and Buwarmre< County there were M farmer to Buwsrv I Churches this week. The pastor, I all the fire trurks had to leave i laws said that land eaptbUlty, I ''I
we must face problems realistically nee. County and urrounding ana the Rev Peter A. Richardson also: to replenish their water supply which I* a measure of any colic f7rrCl4 Deatruye 14",1 lluslnetsJLf
and seek solution for year to that have built or building or plan I serve the Branford Methodist Chief Roper called to blue! the ability to produce can now be >-
come. not lust tomorrow. IN.. | Ceei.*d en r*.. 11Atranlt Church. largest In Uve, Oak sine the tobacco termlned for any place In this
warehouse fire last summer county. The
anticipated<< plaids
The O'Brien church won the
from planted pine trees
honor la the OnlneevUle dulrlct ran now I
Color tlarulnt Out Iso be dtermind to a tally seurate .
There are M church In the dtotrtrt. State I Farmer
degree, he conllnwd. If the
.1 Ida extend* from Live
Suwannee Seniors Given Awards At I o..t'II to Orals, east to For 6 survey II used.Young .. ,
Suit and west to the 0u.enwRiver Degree .

Graduation For Year's Achievements Couple dj r tt 1 j jh
There are U districts In the Local] Students 4 'i

slate and two such selection are ,
of award haa become an important' | Finish w"i
Presentation SchoolDeg made In Neb district m each of fat Future' Farmers' ef America College,
part of graduation eiercbea at Suwannee Inch Iwo popwlatloa brackeU. One ts members from the J. P. WillIams
member of the senior claw are signaled! out for honor store *M wembiT the other .b..> Jr, Memorial Chapter at Buwsn Return( Home k

rained during, their last year of *
Awards handed out her Monday night by _name.. by at the annual conferewe. ommend to rain the we sni* Two former Bu.I"""** Illfh
wbaIa-presented' and the name el -------- -- laU n'* highest. state ..,... that School graduate and now man i '"

the award recipient were: Tvana.Hecetvtng. INe. I C......... M PsgV 11Hhfng of Slate I'aI.1 the nth An and wife graduated\ from the Unl
dvJvrrstiy .* Fiends Ahsmnlftehoteishlp. I r *e e galtl. *> tat Mai Bute FPA Convention In sentry of Ooorvia Jut week and
: Dean Lrwl* Arthur I achievement In vartou< fields .< Dartens Beach June lft.ll. limn returned to this rtly la snake _
Clyde fau it. eeademu fife and the area m I i U..rn.nil I The sic who win r crtve the their hojN. I {

Governor Harden Burns Behoarshipe. *- I' which recognised were: Salr Ilrrr Junr 15 lame are' Oxorge Tewnrnd. son T AOIaon Heoll and him wife, M
Bra OOmore DtaabethJackson. Lads Elaine Bauth. guidance: of Mr, and Mr, Phil Townsend the former Elisabeth 1/.6Arw. rxcetved .
Brawn *>
Judge r
I Ii
Barbara 8a r1. Kerry ROM Huts W.... library, HsrneU > I minds County ftshrrwen that terns. far Jr Alvin FutlfcrKht son of Mr their dig.... at th* Vol. e
Walker, and Richard Robtna. j i Kobtfe maUmnaUc. Prank win *sale and Mrs K. J PwBbrKrM: tMlgritBlansel. sanely ef Ovorgis. art wwk, Mr* dal.r
American Legion. Henry Wmtoten .1 Hove" *. m.s4.: !)and Chandler. the flvwaanre.*** ** season County June g on 11. I ..son of Mr and Mrs. Bobby Sort plan la teeth here and Aihson .

Lodes Caine Smith! and band: George Tvwnsrnd. agrtnl I to \ Blanstl! : t&oH flcott son of I MU to empbryad *t Cheek .r
Le HetvcaeUm Harvard 'I tore; J yce Johnson, bosons Per those who desire to eoBMiw M/, and lies C It. Head BidMunteonseny Drw fXiaap.ny Mee.iaot I.
put Teaching flrhosarahlp OH. .....UOft. Cssey UrPartand.wma&ea Unit sUte fishing and hunting son of $4?. and Mr*. / & grsd RoUedge, Dsvld CheMOrr I > *: Barbara BaBry, office been.. wnder em permit, there to a C. Montgomery Jr and Wrtart Land with M drgm In Pharmary ,
and. Mary CaabeUi White, Harriet Ho****, ami**!. Clif- a new series AK liarmw *..u.w.1{i Johnsun son of Mr, and Mr*. Him at.va*. ... cbove, tl
BAR. Rotted BtaabrtaJackson. : ten ..... Orwne Jr, ...... this year for |I.M good year Crnest Johnson. for irk entire *oflr **r..r, sit L jJI
trial art: Clyde Arthur Ha: Jr.I sweats far both" IMmUne and fish. The FPA ewcuUve eomssltteena honor tanned by only U stwlmteto _--_- I\

Daafertb. RjsUedge Le.**eBatoe eedal .bad m: Rtbacea Tiemaa toe The Btsntinc beers: to still I recomstwnovd< that in Put reFanner a graduating tUss ef ..., >WMr ef aid. aaaww. .
are rW hew a Visa tlui dnh./ad
and tee ncheasMHarvard. and Theresa MflaeasvDCT: RIcbI gowned by the jMMnal law af seem the HUte Farm *_ BeoU rvcetved a IW deem
Smith the Florida' Slats Oas and Prmti law WMisg -.. I bt IW Ute O.k tve ('-*-r M* W-4 Reeled
I and Lesvtwe *
and llobJM cr Degree AiummMt ef the ButeParawr to traM,.try edwtetJML. Wv, to a"
Bwwaanee TaDey Life Underwrrtrrs.C 'anvservtee; Kaiole Water fish Commlstlnn.The Decree to bawd en the awmbrr the PalMed Ed ..,... W ..... ,1Iree... la. ",.'. _e<...M. sad a ,.,....) It'I'I.4

W Tk rift Pag.. ,i Betty Crocker. Arttassr t l T..aa.j< *-" nab Ic fawns ..- PPA toMBbvr. teemed to fsrmlrw.leadersMp. AssnoLUs, member 01 *aAMft'' .... M1.ro: .* w ...... ,.. beildiag was .esd br I .... gable I
?meat Chamber ef CesMnerc j'Ijr I .- sahsUtortaa: and .,.,... Jwne M and may be renewed and erholanhip. Realm DrfU rpsOBSt. honorary tf Meg ML P, Avtb sad k4 jaes .... ,...... ........ ........

Hotmr Ratftff Charlotte:: wee i Ito01... valedkUrteo. gash a. before for MM ,,.., CwUs.rd .. Psge 11 I tsv Ce*>.....d **> r... 11 fMo W 'MI. ,.......,.. staff ......)


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About FLORIDA'S r ,

OLI'IGCJI/ This It Happened In I



V_ fJf1: That Farm Suyvannee County, Florida


The Score Is Known Courtesy, If You Please 1915-1940-1955

As far as the Bartow area is concerned the "Virtue is its own reward" so said Benjamin Th B1Do11e 7

1965-66 classroom Integration score Is known. Franklin. An apt paraphrase may be "Courtesy. h B.
When the Fall school term opens, there will be rewards Itself." ConnerSkies Taken From The Filet 0/

22 Negro students enrolled at previously all-white This is courtesy week in Jackson County an
observance are brighter these days for THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,...,,,,,
Bartow High School. called by the Chamber of Commerce to cattlemen and hog farmers

Union Academy will continue to be an all- remind us all in our dally contacts that courtesyis Prices for steaks and pork chops I'

Negro high school. a basic starting point In all our dealings and have been rising in retail markets. 1915 duced rate during the summer 190

Under the revised school attendance area lines, contacts. Top steers on the Chicago market months of heavy use on lawns
eliminating the gerrymandering which has kept all Whole reams could be written about how have been selling at 830 a hun- Florida Is a natural cattle country and gardens was the first ordi- More than 500 school boys

schools racially segregated, there are three white simple common courtesy could have avoided wars, dredweight recently, a rise of It is made so by the long nance passed by the new council members of the Florida Association
mild climate of Future .
the Farmers
students living in the UA area, 66 colored students bitter feelings, "demonstrations" and all kinds of about 87.50 over a year ago. growing season and land and will of America
other modern Hogs have been up to 822 a coupled with fertile attend the 27th annual
living in the BHS area. tensions hundredweight highest level in 7 land which can be made fertile A drive by the school band association state PTA convention at Daytona -
These figures of course, apply only to the 11th The common courtesies with an element of years. The loins of prime beef that by proper treatment.In to secure permanent Instruments Beach June 13-17.

and 12th grades which are the only ones Immedia- friendliness thrown in, can do wonde/s/ In business the restaurant trade buys climbedin for the band was near

tely affected by the court-ordered integration plan. in social contacts In day-to-day living. two months from 84 cents to 81 another column of this Issue an early conclusion this week Organization of the Suwannee

All three white students exercised the option Naturally the shopper prefers the store where a pound. will be found the equalization no- when Director B. E. Black an- River Valley Watermelon Growers

permitted them under the plan, of asking to cross he or she is welcomed with a smile and a "sir or In the Chicago area choice por- tice of J. H. McCullers, tax assessor nounced he can purchase seven Association was nearly completedhere

the area boundary in order to attend a school where ma'm." We all gravitate naturally to people who terhouse steak sold In retail storesat for the county. He will meet horns. Monday night at a meeting

their race will be in the majority. Two-thirds of are courteous and friendly. We'd just rather be 8149 a pound up 80 cents from with the county comma aion'the held In the conference room of

the colored students affected did likewise. The around them and we find some of their courtesy mid-March. Centercut pork chops first Monday in July to hear complaints Tax Collector Milton Foxworth the County Agricultural BuildingAt

other one-third chose to accept the new look In rubs off. also were up about 50 cents at and to consider evidenceas ls urging property owner of Su-

Polk county's race relations. The best definition of a lady was the one that 8109 a pound. to the valuation of real and wsnnee County to make their 1939 the regular meeting of the
New York City's department of personal property.The assessments at in order to Board of County Commissioners
said "A once
The deadline now has passed. Under county : lady is a womon in whose presence men
markets reported porterhouse avoid a penalty that must be on Tuesday members received
school board rules there cannot now be any mind- act like gentlemen. Courtesy is that way. It's steak selling at retail mostly in a several
from Tax
charged on all taxes not paid priorto reports Collector
Association of Postmasters -
changing That is as it should be The public Individually contagious. Who wants to be a clod in the presenceof range of 81.09 to 81.69 a pound for June 25. Lavaughn Green.
will meet In Annual session -
and en masse, had several weeks' noticeof courtesy? the week ended May 20. In that
In Live Oak on the 23rd 24th
the new regulations. There was plenty of time Today's letter to the editor Is a fine exampleof week retail price range of veal Members of the
and 25th of this month. Live Oak Rotary
for every person to make up his mind whether or compassion friendliness and courtesy shown to a cutlets was 81.49 to 81.95 and calf Date for application for Farm Club at their regular Monday .

not to use the option allowed. stranger and the rewards it already has reaped. liver 8149 to '1.99. Security loans for the coming meeting heard Mrs. Ben Oil-
It makes appreciate the Lewis N. Williams who owns year was moved up to October 15
There now is plenty of time for all the peopleof We are proud that courtesy is not uncommonIn you more. Mrs. Frank Williams and
comment that with the price of 120 acres of land in Suwanneeand on the decision of 35 FSA supervisors
Bartow to make up their minds that classroom our community but we salute the Chamber for Mrs. B. W Helvenston HI. They
and of
in personnel workers
steak what it Is these days. It's 40 in Taylor County came
integration is a reality; that it Is here to stay; reminding us this week that it Is never out of easy to understand why cows In a few days ago to place his Su- the offices of the district, embracing are a Junior Woman's Club committee

that it will not go away if one pretends hat it does place, never wasted, never an unnecessary effort. India are considered sacred. wannee land in cultivation. Hamilton Suwannee. Lafayette for the establishment of a
not exist. And we welcome' Howard Wlsehaupt with his Ollchrtst Bradford Columbia county wide recreation center

Above all, there is plenty of time for school administrators sales promotion and human relations clinic, under A year ago many cattle feeders While Kansas and Oklahomaare and Baker Counties. Randy the members.Mat Introduced the ladlesto

for parents and for the students Chamber sponsorship this week. We hope every- claimed they were losing 830 to putting up their annual cry

themselves to make up their minds that Bartow one will benefit from these reminded that courtesy 835 a head on every choice steer I for harvest hands they do not Arrangements for the June 27- Circuit Court on Friday by

will join that Increasing number of cities where makes you a much nicer person to deal with and they sent to market. But now the need and can not use, Suwannee 28 educational cooking school at Judge R. H. Rowe for the

the inevitable change in a century-old way of life to be around. numbers of cattle on feed have County hu cut threshed and put the Allmar Theatre neared com- hearing a petition filed purposeof by Per

is being accepted quietly and rationally Thank you ma'am been cut back and the animals are her entire crop in the granaries.By pletion this week being sponsored ry Holmes probation supervisor

Both county and local school leaders undoub- -Jackson County Floridan Marlanna going to slaughter at lighter ln a cooperative basis by the concerning Ruford Corlbn.
tedly will be planning for conference with student weights a vote of 2 to 1, the prison I theatre, Florida Power and Light
An average weight decline of board of Georgia has refused U Company, the manufacturers of
leaders of both races, to prepare for the smoothest A meeting in the Suwannee
Cheating Report MadeA around 45 pounds per head has recommend executive clemencyfor Spry local merchants and the
possible transition to the new system next Fall. Suwannee Democrat. County Court House'nut Wednesday -
resulted in a material reductionof Leo M. Frank the condemned
Parents will be well advised to start now setting blue-ribbon civilian advisory committee has beef tonnage. However demand murderer of Mary Phagan, the at 8:00: pm. could very well
the example for their children not Just in high filed a report with Congress on the unfortunate have an effect on the county that
Is holding and population growthIs 14-year-old pencil factory employee Directors of the
school but in all grades to live amicably with cheating scandal at the Air Force Academy, continuing County Fair Association Suwannee might last for years. On that
In session night a weather modification
the new conditions. Its conclusion Is that whle there may have All of these developments confirm Tuesday night
set the week
meeting U to be held.
There is no place for bitterness or arrogance on been basic shortcomings in the academy system predictions by Farm Journal The county commission met In besglnnlng November 11 as the

either side of the color line. If they have not already the principal responsibility for what transpired editors that farmers raising beef regular monthly session Tuesday. time for the 1940 exhibit. The Annual Flag Day ceremonieswill

done so: rested with the cadets. cattle, hogs and sheep should do Aside from the routine business fair will be held on the same site be observed Tuesday June 14

Negro parents should instill In their children the The committee's report ended with the observation particularly well this year. they visited the convict camp. Inspected as last year by the Live Oak Elks Lodge.
that "cadets As for consumers, they are find- road work done and examined ,
knowledge that no law automatically gives any- are normally free agents and
Ins other foods higher priced besides I
the bridges being by
thus built
one the respect' his associates that each person personally responsble for their conduct and meats. A number of vegetables -
must earn this right on his own. argued. that If those Involved had manifested the and some fruits are up convicts .

White parents should Instill in their childrenthe maturity 'which they professed to possess and some because of harvest labor

knowledge that the color of a person's skin upon which they claimed the right to leadership shortages and others because ofadvme 1955
of the scandal would not have occurred. weather In New York James B. Daniels
has no more to do with his worthiness being Residents of this county and ,
There ((fa: a tendency the City: lettuce prices climbed to an ,
respected than does the color of his hair or eyrs- on part of today'syouth city are being urged to attend ;
that every person is entitled to be treated as a and adults, too, for that matter to all-time high. Iceberg lettuce was the Flag Day ceremony being
child of God.Recently blame the "system" rather than themselves for selling a, 35 to 49 cents a head In sponsored by the local Elks LodgeIn Funeral Homesi(
the week ended May 20. '
in an editorial on a variety of achieve- departing from the accepted course. conjunction with other clIC'

ments by Bartow teenagers, The Democrat commented Any parent has all too often heard the argument bodies of Live Oak this afternoon !
: "Bartow is a town which expects the best that "everybody's doing It" when he attempts It you happen to be one of the on the Courthouse lawn at four LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
few who have acquired a taste for o'clock.
'" to put the brake on an offspring's activities
of its young people and gets it. caviar and sufficient

It also Is reasonable to expect Bartow adultsto The cadets who sold examination papers were coin of -the realm posses to Indulge It Tobacco farmers were advised Now have two radio-d patched, oxygen

prove that their own high standards of good behavior culpable. So were those who bought or used them you'll be Interested In this bit of by County Agent 8. C. Kleree this equipped ambulance call
form the pattern which their children are improperly. Non-participants who turned the news from Russia. week to check the acreage they twenty-

following other way or winked at what was going on were The Russian., as you may know, have planted against their allotments four hours each day in both Live Oak

.Polk County Democrat Bartow not totally blameless, either They had signed the have practically a corner on the in order to avid penalties and Branford.

a honor code with their eyes open They should caviar market. They produce practically under the conservation program
have observed it 85 per cent of the world's or under the marketing tax for

Right To Work -Cocoa Tribune supply, A delicacy of fish rggs excess In tobacco growing at har- CALL
from sturgeon the best variety of vest.
Our editorial support of an Administrationdoes a.Shclnnnbig caviar sells for 810 a pound in LIVE OAK

not mean that we necessarily agree with everything Precautions Russia and around 840 in other I City Council voted a reduction BRANFORD

it does This right to disagree has been countries. In local water rates at their mf'f't- 362.
brought to the fore by President Johnson's message The approach of swimming weather brings to Now it Is reported Soviet scientists Ing Thursday to to take effect 935-4100

to Congress asking for repeal of Section 14D of mind the fact that each year some thousands of have developed synethetlc immediately The charm to meet

the Taft-Hartley Act. persons drown because sensible precautions! were caviar that looks tastes and what the Council felt was city J. B. DANIELS JR., LED.

The section as it now stands, affirms the not followed by the victims. smells like the real thing. It's expected I property owners' need for a re- I
The following rules bear repeating: to sell at a much lower
right of a state government to prohibit compul-
1. Do not to swimming too early. price.
sory union membership within its borders. FloridaIs
2. Use supervised pools A report from Moscow states
one of IB states having the so-called "right to
large quantities can be producedin
2, Stay ashore In heavy weather
work" law In effect. a small laboratory and the
4. Keep children out of boats not
equipped with
We believe that a worker's right of choice is product soon will be a common Sin .
llfe-pre servers, or without swimmers
invaded and destroyed if he can be compelled to aboard Russia as butter, meat and sugar KISS A Melly
8. Teach children to skim early
join a union In order to hold his job. If our Forecast also are synthetic
democratic system of government means anything One other 'word of caution Is the suggestion grapes and berrlrs equal In very WITH
that you try one of several floating techniques when way to the natural fruits. t AMOUSTACHE
certainly It should mean that an empolyeehas
next in the water Many can learn to float Indefini-
the right of joining or not joining a union u
he chooses.In tely without any effort If they will hold their head To facilitate the Integration otBritain' 1 ? ; ,
back so lhat only the nose Is above water,
with that of
the words of one editorial writer, "We can economy
Simply learning how to float may even someday the European countries, BrtUnh
see that Individual working men have required
save your life Industry will convert to the met
firm organization in order to win their way totoday' I.'
-Cocoa Tribune ric system of weights and measures tf
Improved working conditions. Yet we feel
Parliament hsj been Informed. -
it is not enough to tell the workman to find another Next to .
Burns, those made happiest
job if he cannot in good conscience accept the small
by legislative approval of the bond program will The project will be no
union shop or Indeed if he cannot accept unjust probably be the road contractors.: They are assured task. It Is expected to require at
qualifications that might be Imposed by management of eating least 10 year,. maybe 20. Proposals -
on the hog for a few more .
We cannot believe that a worker hired for years.Montlcello for a similar changeoverby

a Job he can do should be required to join any organization News the U. S. have been made fore

in order to keep It. number of years.
Prospects for a continuing Increase
"It is not only a state's right that Is involved of International trade In a

here, but the individual right of freedom of choice. The Suwanncc Democrat, shrinking world might Influence

If 14b) should be repealed care should be taken American industry to think of following
through enforcement of Taft-IUrtley safeguardsso OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA the British plan. There's SOME LIKE IT some don't. One thing everyone likes is

that the Individual's lot Is enhanced rather than .*ln the Heart ,,/ the Suva/in Riser' Y.Ji#y" nothing like an agreement on uniformity the convenience of paying bill
worsened through giving up this right Of choice. of standards to smooth by check. Your check stubs

The time Is short. It Is generally believed that BANNER Consolidated LEADER the way for commerce on an expanding show where

this bill will be on the floors of both houses of Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1S88PablUbxl scale. your money goes and lists your deductionsat

Congress In two weeks' time. Every Thursday at Pins Conan Street
The Christian Science Monitor tax time. A Cancelled check is
Those who believe as we do, that the right Louie C. Wadsworth.... Editor &: Publisher notes that detergent manufactures a legal receipt. We

to work" Is Just as much a civil right u any other Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor have spent 8100 million of their welcome Checking Account the
that has been legislated recent Walter Lee Olive your at Commercial.MERCIALBANK.
by Congress In ...... Advertising Manager own money on converting their
years are urged to write to their Senators and George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop! Foreman products to the "soft" kinds that

Representatives In Congress asking them not only Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida will be broken down In normal

to vote against repeal but also to actively work SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee' County -84 00 sewage disposal facilities.

among their colleagues against repealing the right- RATES Outside_ Suwannee County 8100 However, some experts believe
to-work provision. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS=Payable.'"'In Advance |I another go-around win be needed

-Bradford County Telegraph-Starke to lick the foaming problem and I IIIII

MEMBER .w the cost will be so high that government -
financial aid win be required

We'd like to know the thoughts of Jack Dempsey Florida rre*. Association c&rtlr to get the Job don*. Even, OF LIVE

and Oene Tunney relative to the so-called e J so. the foam to believed' to have OAK I
BOW ANND: COUNTY ; caused only 10 per cent of an
heavyweight title and fight Tuesday night We're LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
water pollution so a big Job remains
sure they would not be printable. Chamber of Commerce <,
to be done on cleaning up ,
Monticello News water supplies.


I Branford Raft LaunchedIn Snggt, To Re Honotftl
; ; Newsanford

11 PersonalsMr. Suwannee Three Branford FFA Members To P

By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Receive State Farmer
and Mrs Leon Rime and For Raft Race DegreeThree i
daughters of Gainesville spent
Thirty-Two GraduateGraduation DeVane Sunday with Mr. Sims' mother. Troop 00 of Branford launched Future Farmers of America members from
SpeaksAt Mrs. L. A. Sims and other rela their raft In the Suwannee River Branford will be recommended to receive the organiza
tives. last Saturday. June 5. This Is their tion's highest! state degree at the 37th annual state FFA
Held Friday Night Nursing Mr. and Mrs C. F Johns of entry for the upcoming Suwannee convention in Daytona Beach, June 15-18.
Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs River Raft Race which la Three boys are: Doyle Bell, 17 son of Mr. and Mrs

Branford High School GymnasiumThirtytwo Council MeetThe Olen Murray Friday night and scheduled for this month, June Lewis Bell of Branford Roger
36 to June 30 The scouts which
attended the graduation Terry 15. son of Mr. and Mrs
high school seniors received their diplomasat Suwannee Home their granddaufhter. Sui- make up the crew of the raft elected Officers Elected
County Worth Terry of O'Brien, and Robert
the name "The Mud 110.
the graduation exercises held Friday night in the Bran-: Nursing Advisory Council met annne Murray. Koon. 15. son of Ernest
as the official name for the raft
ford school gymnasium. I Friday, May 28. In Live Oak. Invocation Ferrell Sullivan Is a patient In A few more alteration are to be For Troop 90On I, Spooner of Jscksonvllle
Miss uzanne Murray, Salutatorian, and Miss Pat Parker,. was given by Mrs. T. JKennon. the Suwannee County Hospital made on the ran before departure Attainment of this coveted
Valedictorian gave the graduation addresses. I The meeting was called having undergone surgery Monday time. Thursday night May 37. the award i Is based on the boy's recordIn
/1. Clarence Terry school principal, i to order by Mrs. Alex McKelthen, morning A wiener roast, which will be Boy Scouts of Troop 90 In Branford farming leadership and schol
the clsss for graduation president Mrs Virginia Weave R. M. Chandler, who has been I Mud elected new officers for another
apresented: honoring the crew of "The arship. The award la limited toSPA
1. and Henry M. Folsom, superintendent Awards PresentedAt I reported on the loan closet heated K patient In the University of'i Hog", will be given at the aprlngt term.Randy members who have been active
of Suwannee County Schools In McAlpln. Mrs. Weaver told Florida Medical Center for lever i Herndon. Eagle Scout and
al June :34 for all scouts scout parent In PTA have completedat
/_ presented diploma to the following I the group that the decals had l weeks U reported Improving. *, scouters. and friends of was elected to another term as least two years of Instruction In
: John Thonls Barnett Linda AssemblyAwards been purchased and were readyfor Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Fletcher I scouting In and around the Branford patrol leader of the Plying Eagle vocational agriculture.Presentation .
loss Bass. Doyle Bell use on the equipment In the and family attended the graduation Patrol and John Hill Eagle
Bailey. area.It
of the
awards will
Victor were presented Fridayat closet exercises of their son J D. Scout, was elected patrol leader of
Bradley announced
Johnnie Kay has been that the
'e Brmdow. DeWayne Cannon. Chris- i a high school assembly to the Mrs. Prlscilla McLean reported Fletcher In Mscclenny Friday following members of Troop 90 the Panther Patrol. Jerry Herndon take place In the Peabody Auditorium
at Dayton Beach during
-s I tine Corbln. Voncelle Ooolsby. following students having perfect that wheel chairs for the loan night has been selected as members of was elected troop scribe;
d But Hardy Marvin Humphries.. attendance during the school closet would be ordered right Miss Joann Thomas of Gainesville the raft: Randy Herndon. Eagle Roy Beardsley, troop librarian,; the the convention Thursday morning session of
r Janet Hunt. Phyllis Koon. Robert. term: Roger Bus Larry Davis away, The group voted to buy and Mrs. Paul Orexhsm and Scout Jerry Herndon, Edward Russell Barre quartermaster: '
..t. Koon. Jeffery McInnJ. Wendell Randall Dasher Martha Connell. disposable needles and syringe family of Tallahassee spent the Kelly and Dale Fuller, Life Make Hunt den chief; and John I' A state farmer key will\ be presented -
Mellett. David Moore. Suranne Hurbert Severance Sandra Terry, for the home nursing care pro- week end visiting their parents! Scouts; Earl Byrd. Star Scout; Hill was re-elected bugler to each member receiving
Charlene Suggs. Janet Howell Mrs. B. Thomas, the award by the Production
Mr and
Murray Pat Parker. Albert Ssndlin. gram. W. Russell Barrs. First Class Scout, The Patrol Leader's Council selected
e Oary Sandlln. Larry Shin- Elyse Olbba. Eddy Roberts and The program was presented b:, C. D. Wllllsms of Nt'berr I Delton Kllpatrlck. Mike Hunt, and Dale Fuller for another Credit Association of Florida.
: holster Roscoe Smith. Wayne i Bill Terry Fred DeVane on the progress of spent the week end visiting Mr. Joe Fletcher Second Class Scouts; ; term as senior patrol leader, and Also at the convention, H. Wilson !
Smith. Emory SUpleton. Michael Other special: awards given were the application for community and Mrs. Leon Hatch and family ; and Scoutmaster Jamie SICK'um.I. chose Edward Kelly as the new Sugis. who has been a teacher -
t Suggs. Amarllyi Butts Roger i the eighth grade history ....rdth.t action for Suwannee County under and Mr. and Mrs. Charles William assistant senior patrol leader of vocational agriculture and
Terry James Walker Linda went to Mike Mclnnis.. P-TA i the Economic Opportunity Act. and eon PTA advisor at Branford High
Walker Linda Faye Watson and scholarship awards to Anita Will DeVane told the group that If approved Mrs. Allen Crlbbs and daughtersof I.I More than one million visitorssee School for :34 years, will receivean
Edna Victoria Sandlln. kerson and Mike Mclnnis Three I the program will provide Miami spent the week end visiting SaturdayBoy Florida's Clyress Gardens annually honorary state membership In
. River Estate scholarship award to Health Education Services and a her mother Mrs. L. A Sims Scout Troop BO of Branfordwill the FFA.
Christine COrbin and Doyle Bell dental clinic for low Income families and other relatives hold a ear wash Saturday ____ _
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i I ElenlentaryyStudent and the Florida Power Essay of Suwannee County. Th Mr*, Walter E:. Long of Atlanta 'June 13 at the scout house.' The
I award was given to Voncelle next regular meeting of the Coun- 1s spending several days with her car wash will begin at 9:00 a m.
Roceive Awards Ooolsby for her outstanding essayon ctl will be In September parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch, The car wash Is destined to help Oem Skecters Sho Gittin Bad.
Branford elementary students Versus Com and other relatives We make Aluminum
I "Americanism pay some of the expenses on Troop all screens for all type win
were recognized at an awards assembly munism". I 90* raft. The car wash till help dows. We also have all Aluminum Screen doors,
i held Friday In the school AU members of the senior class John Hill Will pay for the lumber of the raft, also wood screen doors.
gymnasium. Students receiving were presented a certificate for Attend Scout Ranch Mirlinrl Saul paddle and oars, and the reglv We repair all types of aluminum screens
perfect attendance awards were having completed the Civil Defense I John Hill, an Eagle Scout of Mr. and Mrs Carson Sauls announce train fee of ton dollars for the CALL US FOIl AN ESTIMATE FOR
I Ksy Walker. Donna Rae Owens.Olenda course In personal survival Troop M In Branford and the son the birth of a son on April I raft to make the trip SCREENS: : OR REPAIRS:
Cabin Denese Stephens W Hill of 31. The baby weighed S Ibs. 10 os. Prices are II.00 for cars It 50
of Mr. and Mrs. R. I
Phillip Koon Oary Beach Shawn to and has been named Michael Don- for statlonwsgons, and 1200 for

' Hatch.. Marie CUff Severance.Bradley Mike Charlotte Rnoden. Woman Club at Branford.the Scout will Ranch represent of Phllmon Troop nell Sauls. Mrs Sauls will be remembered -! trucks. Your help and supportwill Langford Builders Supply
as Elsie Faye Barnett be greatly appreciated.
Bass Martha Humphries. David Honor SeniorsThe located In the Rocky MountainIn had beenfind daughter of Mr. and Mrs T. R. i I. llelvenslen HI* IIEo Phone ......n
Warren. Sarah Orlnstead. and senior clan of Branford for the Barnett of O'Brlen. I (Renew Year Subscription New
Hocsc Bsndelra. alternant for the trip .
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Special awards given were P-TA High School was honored with a last two months but It was confirmed
I I.n'
I In the Branford Worn- the North
scholarship awards that went to reception last week from
Owen Lynch Peter Richardson Club Building Frtdsy night Florida Council In Jacksonville
following the graduation eserelses. that he would make the trip 1
and Sharon Hatch and the fifth
Refreshment tables were' setup This family enjoys I
grade history award was presented *
at each end of the building.
Ray Beardiley Spellingawards
were given to Donna Oall Seniors formed the receiving MiM Hunt I I.
Hunt. Peter Richardson, and line at the front door of the building Shower llonorrr perfect indoor comfort
and were greeted by family
Shawn Hstch. Science Fair Miss Carol Janet Hunt, bride-
; awards were presented to Paul and friends as they arrived elect for June 11, was the inspire.Non .
Hsll and Sharon Hatch. Each senior was presented witha of bridal shower given last K
a day in the thanks to
miniature diploma tied with Friday night In the Community every year
Ererglades National Park eon orange and blue ribbon as a memento Center at McAlpin. Games were
tains 1.400.533 acres. I of the crouton played and prtaec awarded to the

served wlnnera. The Refreshments honor received were safer, cleaner, cheaper, f tameless\.

;' '" .... DEKLE BEACHIS many lovely gifts.Attending .

reverse-cycle electricairconditioning. "

THE PLACE TO GO ConfirmeeRe \.

*. and Mrs. Peter Ricnarditon
On the Gulf of Mexico Taylor County and family are attending the .
Methodist Conference In Lakeland
BOAT RAMP-BOATS & COTTAGES FOR RENT this week The Richardson will.

Lois For SU_ Complete with return to Branford the first of : COOLS 'in tummer, .. WARMS In wlnler.!
Bulkhead and Boat Slip _' next week, p '
STORE complete with groceries- tackle, nicknacks FtorWi homes,

1100 ft. boardwalk; fun for all ages. Swimming Paper. Clothing

Skiing, Fishing Crabbing Scalloping Throwaway paper clothing to
still on the drawing boards of
many paper eompanW, but disposable
PHONE PERRY 457.9519 or 457-9516 products for use In hospitals

Write P. O. Box 518 sheets pillow easel, aprons
and other Itema are a sue
HOSTESSES_Janie Hamilton Ann Moody Cif'N.be American Paper Institute
announced.MID"SUMMER 1L pi.r.
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SALE Values' PRICE To 120.00$s.oo V2 PRICE What about your family ? .

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Why ". tJUnn" in the summer (or shiver In the winter))7 Prfcee of

Ladies Better Dresses Ladies Canvas Shoes flameleiM electric air-conditioning: are 'way down. And I ren,.. ioki, :a

Sim 5-15 S-20. U 1r2<4
; NATIONALLY ADVERTIZED cycle costa to Little that the winter heating feature II\ practically tnINI
N A M Widths a free bonua. One compact unit saves pace and the extra cost of

aeparate cooling and heating ayitem Heat the heat now! Now,
V2 PRICE nKtorwith

: $1.00 OFF Reg. Price Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever, 1&'. rpatea

ONE GROUP to easy to enjoy the comfort and convenience of year-round air lunllCm

MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS BED SPREADS conditioning.: See your air-conditioning contractor or electric. '::;..

Value' To 19.99 appliance dealer today.

Value To $.9581& 5-M-L

Now for $6.00 $5.00nTTED ;

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Low Assessment Deters Industry against property use to which the ,
Cigarette Tax Check
homestead does not apply" the HIGH NOON ,.
.. *
Market Value Assessment Would researcher reported. Received Dy City 4 IBm

In other word, tax action under The City of Live Oak will receive ;

fractional assessment is not t7,245.04 as Its part of the .{.J.'2 '2 .f "ur

Lower Tax Burden Most Property spread out as equally over all state cigarette tax collections. for .,,,, sim

property owners. Under 100 percent the month of April.

Assessing real estate in Florida at 100 per cent of its assessment, homeowners still The total collection for the fPt1oE3

market value would result in a general lowering of tax get the $9,000 homestead exem. state amounted to $5,360.243.18 of :

burdens on most property, a University of Florida study tlon, but there 1 I.a more assessed which amount 1768560.37 went
has predicted.The value above the $5,000 on which I to the state general revenue fund
could be levied. and the
millage remaining
study used a 90 per cent assessment in its research -
Besides the Inequities, the study was distributed to municipalitieslike
but, according to the findings -
the 100 per cent assessment conclusions after studying a sam found the low ratios act as a restraint Live Oak.

recently ordered by the State Supreme ple of the 1962 Alachua Countytax on revenues, where they Some other municipalities the
Court would bring even roll which revealed an assess are limitations on the mlllag area received the following: Branford -

most Individual ment actually near the 45 per cent rates. I970..21, Jasper $2,48703,
lower taxes to
rate which resulted In a homestead "Perhaps the most significant Lake City $12,97546, Madison t7Ktvt
property owners.
exemption value of $11,000 restriction Is imposed $6,603.48.
Only agricultural land was on millage rates WHAT
found to have sustained a tax Increase Instead of the constitutional on county school taxes BAIL ClUB

as a result of the study's $3,000. where the upper limit is 20 mills," Comlrt'IoI/i1erl/ Area FAYS DIVIDENDS' ?

90( per cent assessment. This was "Any fractional assessment ofmarket II the researchers reported. Monaco's three towns, gambling ly 101 SUDYK
mainly caused by the reduction of value l discriminates I "The combination of low assess- casino, oceanographic museum BALTIMORE ORIOLES, INC.

effective value of hometead ex I and complex of shops and hotels last November declared an

emption. occupy an area half the size of initial dividend on Its common
Lower taxes on other property New York's Central Park. I lock.: The dividend of 20 cent
9eaSde a share was
paid on
would come about because of a r 203.592
shares of common stock
of the millage t I IWF outstanding. *
general lowering ments and a mlllage flmlt may so that the dividend
rates as more Individual property prevent counties from meeting e II Involved the payment of 140,718.
owners shared the total burden A WASHINGTON necessary school revenue requirements 3Q-c : e4A' It wa the tint windfall in 11
In addition, the study found the season of operating

ratio of low property tax assess MARCH OF EVENTS
ment levels to actual market value -

of property can deter the Industrial KENNEDY BROTHERS FEUD WITH JOHNSON tit FOR RENTFOR

The study by Robert J. Garrett (JP
and Roy L. Lasslter Jr of the OP By HENRY CATIICART / / t 1 /, a"ANny RENT Space for mobile

Public Administration Clearing Central Press Washington Writ"'tSJIISGTOSSenate home Plenty of room. Nice

Service, revealed low assessmentscan observer have gained new respect and clean. Good well water

discourage Industry by: for the Senator-brother Robert and Edward Kennedy, Lake for fishing and swimming.

1, Placing discriminatory tax of New York and Massachusetts, respectively But they're aim 41 MISCELLANEOUS Morgan' Trailer Park, US 90

burdens on business and Industry raising questions, which are emphatically denied, about whetherthe LITTLE ADS 4/ For Sale Real Estate West Live Oak Florida Phone

2. Severely restricting the ade Kennedys are carrying on a feud with President Johnson ,,362-2018. .pcfd119.19

quate development of such significant the man who succeeded their slain brother in the White House.In FARMERS FOR RENT 3-bedroom
services as public schools. recent days. Bobby took a strong; stand MONEY for your farm operations on 8. Suwannee Ave. Call PaulA.
The researchers made their e' in Senate RIVER at reasonable cost. Term I
a speech questioning the President'spolicies .
BUV-SILL-EXCHANGE Byrd, 362-1389>> or 362-1387
in the Dominican Republic and Viet REALTY I to fit your need. Loan up to
Whatever the purpose, yea will call trI
Nam. Teddy followed up with a masterful 407 Dowllng St. 7 years. Call North Florida Pro-
find Democrat classifieds do duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio
New Officers tour de force In nearly Senate Farm Bureau Bldg. I FOR RENT Rooms
\ rallying a majority located
I the job, quickly and well Phone 362-1326 Ave., Live Oak Tel. 362-2388.
'5, to abolish the poll tax In the few states e abe-tf conveniently down town. Parsh-
that still levy It, also something to which WINSTON J. ROGERS, Realtor ley house Call
Installed For Specializing In Farm
fe AcreageK 3622128.pdlj
the President wa opposed.The ] end Loam 2-6
I vote on Teddy's amendment to the DEADLINE FOR VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
voting right bill wa 45 for and 49 against, and cold FOR RENT Unfurnished two
5:0 P.M. Tuesday Machine, machlneless.
Hospital Group i a scant three-vote awing from Victory, andfar' FOR SALE 160 acres edge of wave permanent given Operators bedroom house on Helvenston
Suwannee County; 30 acres pas- Ave.. located next to
better than a freshman senator usually LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Annie H. Red it
Mills M1r-
The new officers of the Su ture. 80( acres tillable, 40( acres White Grocery' Call 362-3349
s.-t.rIaI does In his first
major legislative encounter Wt cent per word with a tie Mills, and Mary Drew
wannee County Hospital Auxiliary /nthen In that august body. minimum of $1.00. woodland, approximately SO pe Manicurist after 6 pjn. pcJJ 2-4 I
Boatrlght. Ruby
were Installed recently at services can trees, small tobacco allotment ]
Spokesmen both men vehemently deny (All classifieds mui be paid In Sanford at Annie' each Thursday FOR RENT :2-
held at the First Baptist Bobby f1 felt) that their position are based opposition and a few planted pines. rogn
advance.) Friday, and Saturday apartment, close In
Church. an4 Call 3623082. cub 4 refrigeratortat :
'tU1to the President They Insist that the onlything1
Installed by the Rev Jim Walk. caal tf stove, hot water, Innerspring :
Involved 1 the
effort the
an on part of ONE WEEK FREE
up pastor of the First Presbyterian two senators to "be their own man.H mattress $30 month, 118 .
) ordered for five
FOR SALE 150 acre farm, mil W 2nd Bt.
Church were Mrs John p.)14)
Whether there actually 1* a feud or not, it U apparentthat weeks, run the last week free. of Suwannee River, new 3 bed ANY TYPE :
Hutcherson, president Mrs K _
both Kennedy are staking: their political future on their $4.00 will pay for a 28 word room, 2 bathroom farm house, FOR RENT Reasonable priced
A. Long vice president: Mrs. David .
own record and have no intention of themselves to
tying dvtrtltrmrnt" for five week tobacco allotment W, M. Sullivan MEMORIALWORK brick duplex apartment with
Austin, secretary; and Mrs : .
the administration' coattallo.e .
Use Suwannee Democrat CUssll Florida Room Panama
O. M. Todd treasurer.Mrs. e e Rt. 4, Live Oak Fla. on City'sMiracle
fled l for Proven Results. pdjj 1.5 Strip Beach. Call 362-:
.Hutcherson,who also servedas ,
RIDE A LOSING HORSE Apparently the adage about 1883.
president last year, presided picking, a winning1 horse doesn't always apply in politic DONE ___ pdJJ 4-6

Mrs. W L. Tedder led the pledgeto Take the career of Winthrop Griffith, who recently completed; For Sale-Real Estate FARM AND TIMBER LOANS FOR RENT Rural home and 2
the flag and the Rev. Walkup a biographical book on Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. AVAILABLE: Granite, Marble Bronze acre. Located on paved highway .

conducted the sinning of America Humphrey, a* you know, lost his pre-conventlon campaignfor For Information, call or see: Phone 362-3333 eight mile northeast of

The Beautiful with Mrs. Walkupas the Democratic presidential nomination In 1860 to John TRAILER OWNERS PAUL A. BYRD LIVE OAKMONUMENT Live Oak.: T. A. Delegal, 1631

pianist. 11'. Kennedy. Griffith teamed up With Humphrey, a loser, at LOTS FOR SALE 406 8. Ohio Ave Clemson Road Jacksonville,
The devotional, taken from that time, and became his man Friday on. Capitol HllL GOOD TERMS. Priced $395 Live Oak, Florida CO. Florida. Matthew 5:2.12.: was given by the Since completing; his book Griffith ha accepted a Job a* OUTSIDE: CITY (but close In) Phone 363-1389>> Homer Sanford Rep.
," Rev. Charles Webb pastor of the chief deputy controller for California. Ills bog 1* a fellow I PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor elf FOR ,RF.NTrwJy: decor*Ud f /
First Baptist Church and follow named Alan Cranston, the man Pierre Salinger beat In the I 408 S. Ohio Ave. furnished apartment See Mn. /
ed with prayer by the Rev. Nelson 1964 senatorial primary. PHOTO COLORING IN OIL P. C. Powell. 410 Democrat Bt.
Live Oak, Florida FOR SALE House and lot
Melvin, pastor of the Advent Griffith wa asked why on Earth he joined a man who had] Phone 362-1389 110' x: 160' on S. Walker Ave, Charles A. Taylor, Rt. t, Box or phone 362-1498 or 363-3143
Christian Church. lout election. He 188. Live Oak, Fla. Phone 382- call tf
Just an replied: 'Friend asked me the aame ctf J. O. C.nnon.t Cannon A

The president extended a wel question when I joined Humphrey In I860-and neither of u* Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3631617. 2293. cajj tf FOR RENT ::::- Small furnished
to the and Mrs. Nel "
come guests ha don too badly since
son Melvin, secretary, called the C. FOR BALE 4-bedroom house, cajj tt I'ANNOUNCING The opening of house for a couple, 403 N. Shelby -

roll.\ There were 28 members pres- ECONOMIC PHILOSOPHY-Sen. Norris Cotton, R.-N. H. I* partly furnished. Phone 362- Dixie' Child Car Center, May Ave. Day phone 363-319)
extremely conscious of economy and like to keep reminding; 2568. cajj 4 HORNE REALTY CORP. 24th. Child car by: the hour, night phone 362-3385. all<< tf

ent.An Interesting history of the his constituent of this fact In one of lib recent \ ACRE WATERFRONT home. BRANCH OFFICE day, or week, 24 hour service, A-nlc place In town for rent anda

auxiliary was given by Mrs B. W. new letter, he wrote: Comeback NM"A site on the Suwannee River at II* w, Howard $' seven days a week. Reasonable house with small acreage for

Helvenston. Joe Sharpies, chairman : preacher wrote on a fence: 'I pray tot Sella.rI.1 Peacock Estates, near Luravllle. GEORGE B. DEES rate Mothers If you are work. ale. Call 363-2933 or 9632143cajjtf
of the hospital board spoketo Excellent boating fishing and Associate log, shopping, or Just going to a

the group on what the Auxiliary "A lawyer wrote underneath: 1 plead for Newsletter hunting. C, T Dees Box 82 Phone 362.t 688 party, call Dixie at 362-2704 or

has meant to the hospital and all' Mayo Phone 794-5931 pajj 4 20 ACRES WOODLAND see at 1802 bib Bt. S. W.. Live FOR RENT 3-bedroom house.

Mrs. Ivoree Cheney, director of "A doctor added: 7 prescribe for all. j About 1/4 Mile Off Graded Road. Oak pgdd 1-8 large lot. good location kitchen l

nurses, explained what the auxiliary "A plain citizen wrote: 'I pay for all... furnished If Interested call

had meant to the nursing And a recipient of that news letter could have added to that ADVERTISEMENT fOR BIDS 3 BEDROOM HOME SEWING MACHINE CENTER Sherwood Lamb 792-4940. Jasper -

staff last line "Including the cost of senators' newsletters." I Notice Is hereby given that the Oood location 100' x: 120' lot DONT FUSS CALL US or Mr*. Ada Lamb 3631837 ,

Highlight of the evening was a : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF tlllty room, and carport, 110,500 SINGER Live Oak. cajj 4 ;
discussion by a panel of local physicians tl.500 down.
Dr. Hugo Botolongo, Dr LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, acting by and all other make rebuilt her :

W. R. Kane, Dr. J. P. Deltrlch, and and through Its undersigned 80 ACRES New and Used Machine FOR SALEFOR

Dr. W., D. DeLay Mrs. Bonnie Trustees, will receive sealed bid 63 Acre In Cultivation Needle .OIL Part

Morris, RN. Was moderator.Acknowledgement until 8:00: PM, Tuesday June 22. Five Mile To Town 724 Brown St.. Live Oak Fla. SALE: Clarendon piano

was made of! 1965 Needs Greater Fuel 1069 for the hereinafter purchase of described the real Good WaterholeNice Phone 362-2744 Call 362-2048 after a p.m. nc ;

the faithful services to the auxiliary property Building Site
fronting 173 ft. on Hamilton Mr C. C. Travis FOR SALE: Used Tire and ;
by Mr*. Melvin and Mr. N Savings in Tobacco Curing $9,00013 Down Manager -
B. Rushing, both of whom are Street In Live Oak. Florida, to- cbejtf Tube Bargain for cart. :

moving from the community wit ISO ACRES truck, tractor. An *Ue* avail
Lot :2 I and 3 Block In able. Hundredsto
Some lib new.
A solo by Mrs. Howard Wright Change to the NEW Nice Brick Horn
the City of Live Oak Florida, pick from.. Barber' Service
and benediction by the Rev Paul Three Bedroom Modem Bath (Office 8..1. at McCrla**'*)
Morris concluded the services. according to the plat preparedby Tobacco Allotment Corn Baa Station O-Brkn. 935-353S. Abo

Refreshment were served In the George O. Ehrenborg Good Location available through your neighborhood

the church parlor. Co.. on file In the office of the Good Farm Land service station from

Tax Assessor of Suwannee $38.000 :23% Down Barber Tire Service, wholesale :
County, Florida. HELP WANTED division eadj tf

I Bidders must state price and accompany
each bid with a certified Modem Bath CURB H.... WANTED NOW. FOR BALK: New and used

GASAMATICfiAS or cashier' check In an amount Excellent: Location Age 18 to 40. Apply In personA piano Flier MusK Co. Nortt. ;

I I not lea than 20% of the $7300. Some Term. W Drive In. eaJJ U Ohio Ave, Live Oak. 33-III ;

bid price, as evidence of good faith all tf

TOBACCO I ; CURER and guarantee? that the successful 3-BEDROOM MODERN HOME WANTED Waitresses Apply t FOR BALI: Pouian and Pioneer
bidder will comply with the Dtxl Drill. eaJJ U
I Good Location chain saws, parts and service ;
Guaranteed Fuel terms of the bid such deposit win
With Savings: : House Very Oood Condition WAITRESSES: WANTED Must Logging wppUe. hook*, clamp
be returned promptly\ all unsuccessful -
Modem Bath bow.
be over 21. Apply In person between bars and chain Repels
bidders. Conveyancewill
$3.500. Terms the for most small gasoline engine
hours of 9-12 &. atHoliday
be made by Special Warranty
Inn Restaurant. Lake Tyrel Saw .A Engine:: eVrvtcrformerly :
Deed; successful bidder shall
Incur all cost of conveyance and City caej tf 90S Ebctrta Service Co
examination of title (Renew Tar SaUrHsHloa New 8th St. Your man engU ,
NATIONAL BALES COMPANY. headquarter eadj tf
Direct all Inquiries and addressall
83 to $100 earning
\ bids to the FIRST BAPTIST weekly FOR BAL>< An sUe of Urpealon -
time $33 to $>s earning weekly
CHURCH OF LIVE: OAK. FLOR -- *. guaranteed DOt to leak
part Urn. Win
IDA. % Charlie Webb Pastor men OUU Brown Motor. cdJJ U :
Live Oak Florida. The proposed FOR TRADETWO women and student Manager

1e use of the property must be submitted will train. Write Fuller naab, FOR SALE 1944 sludge truck : f
l with each bid. HOMES near Dad City. 1422 BE.: 43rd Plate Qatar Vilpped to haul trailer Phone ; ,

I The Church reserve the rightto Win trw for farm or farm land .U1 Fla. pdgj 3-7 M3-23O cajj 4

near Live Oak. J. H. Duncan, I
reject or all bid and to
e Competent yardman. SALE -Ford Baler ISO. nwtekto I
11 waive formalities deemed to Rt. 3 Box 83.. Dad City Fla.cbJJ4.
any Weeding edging : bar :
pruning, mowIng entree Wlnrow rak
+n.a In the beat Interact of the
-. and and
raking. Regular once wagon tlJM. On Cakeplsgne

Church. weekly. Can 2-3433.. M tf /r-2 st. Weab rn. FUpJJ4 ;. ,
Dated this 8th day of June, WANTEDDOG
TheSherwinWHliaim Tho Only 100% Safe 196S. Watkm baa oprnmc for manor ,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEEDS: A HOWl: Owner I.ad70 serve eurtomen to Live FOR SALE CiMhman malareooter '
; Automatio Gas Tobacco Curer
OF LIVE OAK. FLORIDABT being transferred June 21. H* Oak. Write C. R. Ruble Drpt. absolute new condition: '

Co. : /*/Loub J. DayTrustee loves children and t* a fin pet J-1. P. O. Box 344T. Memphis and an erUtnal. extra *rt,

Call 3O-2283 *r com by .20 Tana ore. *24 windshield and side pane*.
,W. Howard St. BT 11CharUe P. Huffman S. Ohio ave. paJJ 4 I IIW. Can M3.U74 after I PeaJJJ. .
I lady to wort n
..' Pbon 362-3075 BT 11/Leon N. McDonald WANTED WattreM ever It: kitchen and 1 curb girt If to-
U. 3. 90 W.st Phone 362-2666 Trustee also want to rent two *r three tested apply 1D parasol Park_ FOR BALI One prtgat ptenoIn

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA C ... bedroom furnished how**. can *f- Drive food sand.qoa. Cooled Ur*.

3-llM after I ,.. eaJJ t 10.Jaepef01. .., aaJ 1gbeu.U z.... J. Opt phone 30-JtTt.

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: I ''Swvannee High Honor Roll For THE OLD HOME TOWN PS&STU! ,B STANLEY Chester Blevins fliLr.flin

'Entire School Year Is Died .
CompiledOne HM P.1 M? PANTS! Suddenly h

YESI KNOW IFYOU'REGETTING that boat reader for a summer of
student Janis Madonna able to maintain the B or better a ..
50 WHAT Here remember the
Freeman maintained a straight average for the :year to gain consistent \' SaturdayFuneral fishing after winter-long inactivity

A average thruout the school :year honor roll listing. They services" for Chester safety{ rules:
that ended last Friday at Suwan- were: y
Carl Blevins, resident of Suwan
nee High School. Principal John Martha Sue Dorsey, Martha a TAKE CARE IN REMOVING PAINT AND VARNISHING...
the five ,
nee County for past years
Johnson announced this week. Evltt. Daniel Nichols Harrell!
held June 8 at the Shady
She was a member of the Junior Frances Stanley Hopkins, Harry
Valley Presbyterian Church, Shady -
class and will be a senior at the Lee McKeithen. Bonnie Cecell
local school next :year. McLean. Patsy Marie Palmer and Valley

Twenty-two members of this Jeanne Ellen SchmuU.Branford Sienna was stricken at Bran-
ford Saturday with a heart attack
years senior class that graduated
and was pronounced dead on arrival
Monday night made the honor
at the Suwannee Count]
roll each six weeks period with a Youth ,
Hospital He was <7 years old and
B or better average. They were:
was a partner In the Suwannee
ZTlzabeth Deanette Collins. Bar- Killed Funeral Dolomite and Lime Co. lie was a
ban Jean Davis, Clyde Arthur ; Presbyterian. Mason an Elk. anda
Ellis. Charlotte Nell Evans. Mary member of the Modern Wood
Ethel Oreene Lee Helvenston Held Wednesday I men of America

Harvard. Joyce Louise Johnson. Survivors Include the widow,

Howard Randolph Law Kathleen Thomas Vernon Spikes age IS. Mrs. Sue Blevins: a daughter, Mrs
Ruth McFarland. Brenda Dawn son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spikes of oN THE NoMe9NeeT HOME FRONT C. S. Morley Johnston Tenn; a

McKeithen. Theresa Montlne Mll- Branford. was killed Instantly .----..--- t' .' son Edwl Blevins. Live Oak: a
Bean Joyce Elaine Mosely. Lynda Tuesday: morning on U.S. BO west sister Mrs. Viola Wldner, Ablnd-

Lucille Nelson. Harriet Doretha of Lake City. ton. Va.. two half sisters. Mrs. Etta .
Nobles Virgil Warren Page Anne Young Spikes. who attended Plumner and Mrs. Edra Mc

Kathleen Smith Dwight Evered school Mayo had been employedon Ronnie Johnson Lamar Snipes Win Queen, both of Shady Valley, -"REMOVE NJVWUTOILY SAwDUST RAGS AND ACCUMUUTS.WOOD SHAVINGS _?...._.,,.

Stansel. Laurece WUlene Tomlln- a highway construction crew Tenn, and a half brother, A. M. -GU OFF PAINT 8't SCRAPING, ANO AND MA04INE SAN WIRI'
IOn George Phillip Townsend. and was crushed by a pay loader Blevins. Shady Valley, Tenn.Blevins BRUSHING NOFLAMMABLE RiMOVSRS.IFYOU USI f A6U
Rebecca Nell Turman. Mary: Elizabeth when he fell beneath it. Top Honors In County Spelling( Bee was taken to Shady .RCMpylR ., WWKINlM60f>fcNAIt.4AVS6000 ..
White and Marjorie Judith His father, brother and a bro- Valley, Tenn., by the J. B. Danl.
Young ther-in-law were also employed at Ronnie JolIl'8Oland Lamar ble. Judy Law Susan Hampton. I els Funeral Home of Live Oak. :-DON'j::() : f tQUfMlNTOH AUOWP
Twelve eleventh grade students the construction site. Snipes were winners In the countywide Lamar Snipes Patricia Nash.Con- OPUI
and Lr Brown. FAME.7"IF'VUMUS p SOlPtR OR WHAT KAVS Vt>0 O6T Fro-
spelling bee held here recently nto AtweU. Mary ,CUT
had a B or better average during He is survived by his parents; a
the past school year and were Hated grandmother, Mrs. Newton Sappof Contestants were divided Branford Donna Oall Hunt Funeral Services B-kilpaM FISSIONAL I t tTIM6UiSHIRORGARDIN MILD.. ; HOSE HANDY IF FIRE SHOULD

on the honor roll each quarter. Branford; a brother Billy Into two groups In group one Sharon Hatch, and Pete Richard START. a r___ www w

They werejPansy Spike. Branford: and four sis were spellers from the fourth Ion
fifth and sixth grades. Spellers: McAlpln Jane Omen and Held
Darlene Boden Sylvia ten Mrs. Doris Wynn Branford. SaturdayFor Wife Preservers
Diane Cheshire, Shirley Ann Foster Mrs. Jimmy Jerrels. Chlefland. from grades seven and eight were Harold Solomon Words of the Who
Group Two (grades 7 A l>:
in t..o.Johnaon
Rebecca Jeanne Dili, Harvey Mrs. Albert Knight Buckvllle
Clayland Joanne Metis. iMrs. LoweFuneral Moat of us dn'WId.la>
Alvin Ollmore. Diana LatrelleHarrell. and Darlene Spikes Branford. represented Suwannee stand that
James Kent Shirley Lucille Funeral services were held Wednetday Junior High and won In the high Wellborn Lonnie Dancy and wa will pt JuitM dw
Paul Perry, services for Mrs. Jessie rovernment M w* 7
Mills Carolyn Theresa Nott afternoon at 2.10: at Midway er grade group. Snipes (la a student

are wllllnr to stand for and
Suwaiute Junior High Carol Vlnnle Lowe IS. were held Saturday
Mary Jacquelyn Bailiff. Lee Harry at Pine View Elementary
: Baptist Church with the Rev
Just a. good
.Ann CasUeberry: Christine Law- June a, at the Wellborn government as
Simpson and Phyllis Elaine Marvin and won the tower grades group
Odom. assisted
by the Rev. hon. Madonna Gouge Ronnie Methodist Church. The Rev Ar- wa are wllllnr to fight foe
Stansel. Clarence Kirby, officiating prise. thur Koon, pastor of the Wellborn -(Judge Luther ToungJshl)
Johnson James Ratllff, BradleyBashaw
Eleven members of the sophomore Interment was In the adjoining Second place in the 7-1 grade
Randy Robins and Bub- Methodist Church, conducted the
class that will move up to church cemetery. group went to Bradley Bashaw, .
services with burial In Wellborn
ba Boseman. the
Juniors next year had a B or better Active pallbearers were Leland Suwannee Junior( High student,, Household Hint
Branford Iris llarrell!, Sharon Cemetery,
record for the year. They were: Adams Rodney Morgan, Andy and second place In the lower i Martin Dranrta- Rlckerton. and' Mrs. milt and tomato. can b* Imply ......"ve tope K..IJ ngml o.e
Lowe South
Janet Marilyn Broughton, Alton McCray. Owen Pearson Roger grade group went to Connie At- Dale was a native of sliced evenly U you use a ssw. fee .,......, klmllitf. laces
Ray Corbin. Martha Ann Ellis Msggert, and Connie McCray, well a Pine View student. Fuller Carolina and had been a residentof toothed bread knife rtxr smlly tonglxl' .......Mmfo.
Easel Elaine Fisher Velma Raye Honorary pallbearers were Ralph Cash proms were provided by, U. Buwannee County for 60 years, --
Howard Martha Sue the county's three banks. First' She was a housewife and a member .
!!owes. Adams Henry Byrd Acle Byrd
Mickey Carl Law. Marsha Dale Oral O'Sleen. Earl Knight and place winners received $1000.; List Rites For of the Methodist Church.

Mllllcan. Cora Elisabeth I'oucher.NartJJ' Larry Wynn second place was worth IS 00; and Survivors Include a daughter,

Ada Saunders and Car- Daniels Funeral Home In Branford all contestants got SI 00. Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Charlotte Paramore, Greensboro
ole Coula Tsacrtos. had charge of the arrange Participating In the contest and N. C.; a eon Blake Lowe, RECORD SALE

Only eight ninth graders were ments. the schools they represented were: Funeral services for Mrs. Daha- Wellborn; two sisters Mrs. Lllll
Group One (grades 4. 5. & '1. Amos Jacksonville, and Mrs. Annie -
lla Thomas TI, a resident of the
Clayland Mike Dunn. Hemming. Birmingham Ala..
Dueling Park Horn for the put
Wellborn Opal Key and and a grandchild.
NEW LINEMETAL Douglas Brannan. three years, were held Tuesday, Pallbearers were T J Geiger,
June I, at the Buu wt Memorial I RECORDS
Pine View Diane Abfo romlJ. Ernest Williams, Laurie McMami,
Part In South Charleston, W Va $1.00 OFF i
Jeff McKeithen Alex t.lrKrlthrn.I ,
HOG FEEDERS Mrs Thomas had lived most<< of
and J. L. Parsons. UP TO
her life In Prortous. West Va and
NOAH Nt1M9KUU. I Funeral arrangements were under
was a housewife and member of I
16-lloU 12-Itol. 6-tloU 4-llol the Advent Christian Church. the direction of the J, n

$88 $86.50 $62 $37 q et ion.. She Is survived by four anna. Daniels run.ralllome. of Live Oak ALBUMS AS LOW AS . . 99c I
Ronald Thorns Aurora, III., i
Oarth Thomas, Charleston. W SVIIA ? ;
HOG WATERERSFountain Va. Cleo Thomas. Seattle, Wash IIuM MrrllngAI ,89c
.and Joyce Thomas Mendota. III. Loral Shop, I

Type With Pressure u Local funeral arrangements The Suwannee! Valley Hair-
were under the direction of the drewer'i Association affiliate No.
and Gravity Flow I Suwsnnee Funeral Horn IT SA >2. met on June first at

eight' o'clock In the evening at

U4OAI4"' A.- the Modern Beauty Salon.
95-GALLON STOCK TANKS .L..ro.. Ov4. A'04I., h l,. Thee You ? Attending from Lake City were MOTOROLA TVs
,w.a..e, ..CAII".a. An American U a fellow who Ruth Lonsfofd. Millie Riley

$25.95 With FIoat-A-Matic M'5" Yea gpON.e,. M so tips BraslUan toffee from In long Dorothy Wonddard, Dorothy Croft
Awe rew.d liWANNews. .O llsh cup while sitting on Danish lob AUlI.". Charles Hehberg; 23 'Inch Color Sets With Rectangular Tub

., MD furniture after coming horn In a from Branford Odesso MOM

CANNING AND FREEZER SUPPLIES &A.-.r.r oA--;.;.i..u ; o.l'1IWnr from an Italian and Dola Hall; and from here <>,*. Lee a.**. ..ill lilt ,.... fUUHar ..III lil

A roe v." "$ A movie, and writes hU Congrena were Louis Dunn ErtMwUne
haws, .i.,lAO 110" IUs. man with a Japanese ballpointpen Land. Vera Jean Dickie. Mary.

MIZELL PRODUCE CO. A pNK Fr.NWPaev_.." .. "., .. demanding that he do aorne Lou[ Roberton. Jean Dnty and Carl's Radio & TV ServiceHouston
... 1e J. thing about all the gold that Is Cldora: Oiendlne.
Pin Avenue Phone 367-22M leaving the country,, The nest meeting will be at the
.....w t Jacksonville Grill with "ran ford Av. Phony 362-2489

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Everybody Tutee' 10 M.1 cask I'

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WORD FOR bath lime thai rlgM "OW t You can pick
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L1. pantUaD be4wern. uw bleb ,
: end work are*. The whole shops
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lt9U\ !! uniTY I Pine Level TEC 'v o 0 I Weather Outlook For June Given J

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sandiferof The Thirty Day Agricultural pected to average about 70 peg
Weather Outlook for the monthof cent of possible with no extended
_ eornrn Valrlco and Mr. and Mrs. Ern-
June for South Georgia cloudy periods.
dinner of
est Holmes were guests PLACE INVENTORY
flews Q North- TEMPERATURE
and SOIL
Southeast Alabama during
-I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Saturday II 0 ON ALL CARTONS
west Florida Issued by the Wea the next 30 days will continue to
Mr. and Mrs Harry Lepper and YOUR ther Bureau Advisory Agricultural rise slowly reaching yearly highs
Georgia the end of the
Meteorologist near period. At
chlldern spent the week end In
Bcachville Astatula visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. MOVE Coastal Plain Experiment Sta- four Inches under bare soil tern
lion. TilteD, Georgia! June I. peraturw will average between
________ B. Wilson. O NEBE RC60MCi 1965. 85 and 95 degrees with maximum
Mrs W. B. Dekle and daughter -
Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City TH/A 8TOCHECAAG4TEC ,
Wednesday. Lisa, of Jacksonville spent TEMPERATURES during June temperatures frequently exceeding
filled his regular appointmenthere and C. C. and normal 100 in dry soils.
Mr. Mrs. Hemphlll Thursday night and Friday of las are expected to be above degrees
Sunday, had good services sons Wayne and Scott Beach of week with Mr. and Mrs. Drew HAVE TElEPHONE over Southeast Alabama and near .
and was glad to have some visit- Gainesville were guests of Mr. Holmes ;, AND AlL\\1TIlJ1lES or above normal over Northwest
ors. Rev. Day was accompaniedby and Mrs. Willie Beach Saturday Rev. Charles Johnson and Jack CONSIDER THINGS SHUT OFF THE Florida and South Georgia Dally Affectionate Fathers
Mrs. Day and their granddaughter Mr and Mrs YOU WONT NEED II V DAY YOU LEAVE
night and Sunday. Hagan of Perry spent Sunday with C:71" mean temperatures are expected I Male monkeys make affectio
Miss Linda Day also of Hemphill returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders.Mr. to average between 77 and 82 degrees. nate fathers even though most
Lake City. afternoon but Scott and Wayneare and Mrs. Ernest Holmer cw4c Dally maximum temperatures 'do not practice monogamy A
Mrs. Jennings Starling of spending this week with their and Mrs J. H. Reynolds spent You SISDL.D MSIE PACK ONE BOX will range from 86 to 92 degrees monkey troupe's dominant male
Brooker visited her parents Mr. grandparents Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew PERSONALRECORDS OF THINGS YOU with afternoon temperatures usually serves as general fatherto
and Mrs. Clyde Odom a few days Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach and Holmes. IN YOUR CAR pa _NEEO UPON ARRIVAL reaching 85 degrees or higher on 6 all the youngsters. He guards

last week. Mrs. Sanford Beach visited in Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Coates of j to 8 days Dally minimum temperatures them against abuse, and will adopt
Miss Brenda Terry and Roger Gainesville Friday. Lake City spent Sunday with Mr. will average between 87 any Infant abandoned by its
Clark of Jacksonville attended the The Beachvllle W.H. & F.M. So- and Mrs. J. F. Toole. and 72 degrees with no temperatures mother.
graduation exercises at Branford ciety will meet at the church Fri- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberta and I E UP BUlKY below 60 degrees .
Friday night day afternoon at 230.: All mem- children. Bob and Ernestine of ANYFLAlt9 BLES ) CANNED GOODS RAINFALL during the next 30
Mr. and Mrs. Hot Spooner and bers are urged to be present and Lake City spent Sunday with Mr. 1 days will continue deficient with Gleanings For Pulp

daughter, Ginger, of Jacksonville visitors are always welcome. We and Mrs. Drew Holmes. amounts varying widely from Chips, slabs, edgings once
attended the graduation at Bran- are thankful for the rain last Mr and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited place to place. Total amounts are waste are now major source of
ford Friday night Mrs Spoon- week. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes expected to average between 100 pulp reports the American Peper
er's son Bobby Koon, was one of a a awhile Saturday afternoon. WEEKLLIVESTOCK RETORT and 2.50 with only locally heavier Institute. And hardwoods, long

the graduates. Pleasant Hill Extension Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richardson amounts. Precipitation will occur unsuitable for pulpwood are now
Mr. and Mrs. Albret Moses of and children, Walter and Tlfton, Oa, visited Mrs Sanford Homemakers MeetingThe Bob, visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Suwannee ValleyTHE MarketTrading evening thundershowers on 6 to 8 ties because of the use of sulphite
Beach Sunday. regular monthly meeting of Tressler Friday. day during the month. semi-chemical and cold soda pro-
Mr. and Mrs Leon White and the Pleasant 11111 Extension Home- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and SUNSHINE during June Is ex ceases
was active and demand 05; 210-240 Ibs., $21.05; 240270Ibs
son, Jimmy of Orlando were makers Club was held Tuesday I
Mrs. J H. Reynolds were
supper .
lood for slaughter classes but on- $1980; 160-180 IDS., $1995;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie May 29, at the Community Cen-
guests of Mr. and Mrs Ernest
ly fair for replacement grades at 140-160 Ibs., $1905; 120-140 Ibs.,
Beach Sunday. ter.The Holmes Saturday night I the Suwannee Valley Llvestoock $17.10; 100-120 Ibs., $17.10; and FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES:
Mrs. Bill Bartley and daughter, principal discussion of the
Mr and Mrs. Marty Raveletteand Market Wednesday, There were 80-100 Ibs, $17.05.
Sandra, of Newberry were guests meeting the possibilities of
was baby of Live Oak attended
124 cattle and calves sold as com- Most sows 180-400 Ibs. $17.75$18.25 -
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. forming an arts and crafts guild services at Pine Level Church LEON J. GILL SK.
pared to 145 for a week ago 400-600 Ibs. $18.75-$17.25, ,
Beach Sunday for the purpose of making crafts Sunday night. and boars .
$7 00.
I Rev. Marvin Odom filled his for individual and club sales. Mrs. L. P. Fortner was business All classes or grades were too Service AgentLIYCAUTOFIRE I
Choice feeder pigs 50100 lbs
few in one or both weeks to accurately -
\ appointment at the Mrs.
Deep Creek In other business George
visitor In Jacksonville Monday.
I test price trends. Only 40 $$20.75-$23, medium under 75 I
Advent Christian Church Sunday.Mr. KInard read a letter concerning
per cent of the supply cleared to Ibs. $14.00-$19.50. medium and FARM LIABILITY I
and Mrs. Layman and chil- the 4-H short course scholarships.
feeder-stacker accounts while good 75-110 Ibs. $1700-$1900. FOLIO- HAIL ,
dren of Lanette. Ala., are visiting Pleasant Hill had four young peo SubscriptionsSutamnee .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Terry this ple who will be attending the slightly over one-fourth of the
week. course: They are; Nannette DemocratListed total were calves. It's easier to get ulcers from p. o. BOX 17 orricc ,*..1174
Mr and Mrs. O. D. Beach were Green Glenda Haas John Haas f Good 475-775 lb. slaughter steers what's eating you than from what Live OAK "... a.a.ssy7

business visitors in Trenton Sat- and Aubrey Ooff below are new subset'lp- were bringing $22.25-122.50. a few you eat.
urday afternoon. tlons and subscriptions renewed to high standards were at $21.00- s
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell St. Petersburg has more than the Suwannee Democrat from $21.25. and cutter to average-
and Mrs. W H. Tidwell were 5,000 benches that line Its streets May 28 to June 4. utility saw a $1425-11600 price
business visitors In Jacksonville and parks NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSFred range. '

..n..au.u... Poucher, L. O. Standard heifers were mostly -
a..u..n..u..a..n..u.4 Horne Realty Corp., Lake City $1900 with some overfills down to r .a1f S- Mme,;.
B. F. Hayes Rt. L. O $1700. utility $1480-11700, and I
FORLEASE Alice Bass, O'Brien cutter $13.25.818.25.Cutter .
Mrs Melvin C. Lee"O'Brlen8VBSCRIPTIONS and utility cows brought
RENEWED $1325-$1600 and canner U 00.

8. J. HlllhouM, Rt., L. O 1275. ..
Mrs W. M. Carmichael L. O. Utility bulls went for $1725-
OR Miss Georgia McCall, Jacksonville $1925, cutter $14tO-lflOO. and .
canners sold for $$1150-$13. .'

S. 0. Register PerryE. A few standard calves went for
SALEBuilding B. Gardner, White Springs $20.00-$21.00, utility $14. -$18.25,
Thomas Henry, Rock Hill. S. C. and one cull at 1275.
and Property Lummle L. Allen Clearwater Standard and low-good vealrrs
John M Burnett, Tampa were at $1900-121.11 with one
Now Occupied By Dr. O A. Lee. L. O. utility at 1875.
y,i Mrs. Henry Warner Rt., L, O. Oood to average-choice feeder
M. D. Derm. Wellborn stocker! steers were at 120&0.
HOME HARDWARE Mrs. Susie Williams, Branford 123 00, standard were absent and
Col. Albert Durrell Jacksonville utility saw a $1300-11550 range
Philip O Rleg Jacksonville A few standard and low-good
& FURNITURE CO. Leo Land Rt., L. O. heifers brought $15.00-$15.75. utll-
V. V. Brim Rt., L O. tty $1300-11500. and Inferior MODERN AERIAL APPLICATIONSPRAYING
ON PINE AVENUE C. J. Brown BranfordS. $8 00-$10 00.

I T. Bozoman Jr., Newberry One utility cow got US 00. In.'erlor .
Will Remodel, Enlarge, or Divide Mrs. Frank Sperrlng, L. OSgt. IOOO-$1100, and one utll- SEEDING DUSTING FERTILIZING
Into Small Smaller Stores or Offices W. II. Bland Lake CityJ. ty cow-calf pair saw' a $1350

J, Fletcher Oakland Park price With The New GRUMMAN AG CAT
(AVAILABLE IN AUGUST) M. R. Btannel. MiamiJ. Standard and low-good calves
A, Wilder L. O. were at $1$50-I000. utility COMPLETELY ENGINEERED FOR ALL YOUR JOBS
CALL OR WRITERAYMOND Rev. J. W. Balllle BaldwinJ. $1600-$17.50, and Inferior $1073-

GREEN N. Barnett, OBrlrn 1500. HOWARD MORGAN
Marvin Alderman L. O. Hogs totaled 361 compared with

C p, O. Box 4489 H. P. Milford Rt., L. O. i54 for last week. Mixed grades I U. S. 90 West LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Phone 362-2016
Mrs. L. B. Dyes Mayo 180-310 lb. barrows and gilt 121.-
Jeff McKelthen Wellborn -- -- - -- -
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1966 SUWANNCK AUTO PARTS Ik. Clork ., ..!. Court year a...wr4fonM **l will V. ........*.. n. 4noalt will b*
- Annin-Boatright Here and There UVE OAK. FLORIDA .. ...... pUo4lna. In said pro ...*.... If oM ..... end oaoclflratlon.
(9-f 9/1 red tk. ......1...4 will ripe. a nets.l p.051 I".. on or koforo thed ..., of are rlnrn4 *....*.* end In teed ana.t .
1 R/te4i f >, EngagementMr ,..,10.. .f slid rtrtltloui .... .. nx ,July It... end to a.r.* a copy ,..._f 011'10. withte t. .." "toP ep..lne t ..01..
kr Swttwm eI5.11. riorM. upon Pleineifr..ttom.y. sit A wrtlflo or ..."1.,'. .h..k.| ., kid
; and Mrs. Robert I* Annln Mrs. J. B. Davis Sr. of Day Sta,..,.., lee Ices: a LEWIS, IU 4-IIITRii 0.... ...... I. a .um not k.. tka, 1% of the
I of Mayo announce the engagement 8.M k..1.... I.I *w..d lop the nn4... Utrorl, LI.. Oak.. rioHda. to tko' COMplaint .... kid' ..,...,* I* the. Hoard of Tn>
pejended tona Beach spent the week end '...4 M **-p.rtiir>kl .ed .r1p.rte.r Ikmln Mlllni ..p the' I....... ,_ .Buwaanoo Comet Hoapltal niuatOMompaay
0 and approaching\ marriageof with her son and daughterinlaw.Dr wni se Hn rl..ku till or I"'..... ,In or lion npotk cook "._.. .* n luaranto
I WOMeN their daughter Alice Carole to therein. .* ak.*.. ...'1..... ,,.....p tlalmoi tent. the Blddr will promptly ."t.. ,lit*
and Mrs. Joe B. Davis Jr. PalM lkl tllk .., .f May 1151. by ,.. Hrln, tall not .. '.d....... will ........... to do the work and r.......
Allen C. "Pete" Boatrlght, son of and attended the Suwannee High .1 JOHN a WIMH1N bo .|i|.r4 ...1.... yon ky ..fault. n porfnrman.. nnd paym.nl .bond In the'
luring Mr and Mrs Joseph Boatrlght. ./ HAUL J. WU.IIoN WITNESS ny heed geed tko reel of the. eon not M>. than. that of .". .nntrpt.
School graduation exercises Mon- I.' said Coed at Li*. Oak. II...."".. Con. Bark propoaal when suet
me tohighs The wedding will take place 'y.Florida. .....
day night the Itl" 4ay of May bo i rloarly inari.d o* the ooror with
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor July seventeenth at four o'clockIn IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT u... the "101".,'. eon and the .... of the
Mrs Phyllis Nichols and baby. IN AND FOR SUWANNEK COUNTY, / LAVAUCHN A. SFMION9 nroJMt.Tno. .
>d. At the Mayo Baptist Church.A Cathy, returned to Anderson. S. C. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE CUrk of the Clrtolt Court Board _....* Ik. 'I.... to r*.
temtween- reception will be held Immediately IN lilt Tk. Ea,... ..r ISEALl feel anp or nil ". and I* wnlvo any
Sammie Bozeman Party HonoreeMrs. Sunday with her husband after RUTH P NUHLR. .n...."" .. k..w. a,t ./ Lillian lUdfordIN .imtularltl. ....... .. k* In tko. boat
after the ceremony In .. RUTH S. NOHLE. I.a Intoraat of the' Hoard
Imum William O Bozeman was Burt McCrtmon. Stephanie Moore. the church fellowship hall. All spending two weeks with her parents n...... THE BOARD OP TRUSTBR

edlng hostess to a birthday party. Bat- Sklppy O'Neal. Cathy Schneider friends and relatives of the Mr. and Mrs. Word HarrellAl.'c Neil* Of Fill*d'Penis... rrFhMl THIRD THC CIRCUIT COURT OP THE: SUWANNBB: COUNTY HOSPITAL
D4.eh.rp.Ol A4ml
>tatrmMr CIRCUIT O'
urday afternoon. May 22 honoring LeeAnn and Terri Skeen. Tammie couple are Invited to attend. and Mrs. Joe Cundiff Jr.. Nolle I. h...ky .1.! ,.... I .kr fLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNT 8, Joe RherpleeChahwen.

her daughter, Sammie on her Sullivan Bill Smith Phyllis Beau- and daughter Debbie of Spoksne. J-"l. final -'.' n, Admliilalnitor COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
W Seth P, Noklo, 4o MM4K ; DIVORCE: AND OTHER RELIE 1./
sixth birthday at her suburban champ, cousin of the honoree and Wish* are visiting his parents, l 1 hen MIIUO fw riMlrllMkarco. RUBY O. "THWaLL:
Bill Bozeman brother of the hon Mr. and Mrs Joe Cundiff Sr. They end t'1: I will apply I. the Plaintiff 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRDJUDICIAL
4 home. Engagement AnnouncedRev H_......,. a... Wrown. ("....., Judc. ... AND":
ectlo- The birthday cake of pink and oree. and Mrs. L. C Hicks of will leave Thursday to visit Mrs of 8. ..kwid... M. Ik. Ilk THOMAS ROTHWELL SUWANNCB: TtvN D.ro.
with six candles Mrs. Bozeman was assisted In 2un mosty. white topped Lee the engagement of .. ... .. C H. JOHNS
announce am end for final 4l* kar. AdminUlrator TO n. .. Rnikwoll wkoa* .0101.. ol at
A centered the table which was cov. serving by the honoree's grandmothers their daughter Vivian Lavonne to Blackburn. In Orlando and Air- of the. E.UI. of Hulk P Nufclo ,........ red roald.*! I* .......,.. Plaintiff.: ,
cloth over pink. Mrs. C. D. Bozeman of man Cundlffs brother-In-law and .-..... Yo. are "....., ..tlf... that a ton. .rat.WILLIAM.
malefather ered with a lace David A. Simmons Jr.. son of Rev. ./ W. C. AlaTH .., ,., for I>t.orr* kM ko.. filed In tkafcoio II-'IIIIY. .1 at.
On one end of the table was the Live Oak and Mrs. 8 B. Beau- and Mrs. D. A. Simmons of Mon- sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen Ad.I.I.,..,.. naoi.d lonrt an4 yon ere ...ulro4to D '...I...>,
bowl and at the other end champ of White Springs. Jr. and children. Charlie and l-t a.r:: oapy of your en.wer or l.adInta NOTICE TO BfFEND
:marts punch ticello. tko Complaint' even the Plnlntlfri : TRill: STATIC OP FLORIDA TOt
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adopty was an arrangement of white The will be July K at Scotty, in Largo. Mrs Allen and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Attorney Wm. Randnll Slautkt WIIIJAM BAILEY and JOHN' C. Me.OENEE .
children will return with Airman OR TRADE NAME LAW P, 1). Mw .... L/r. Del PlorUa. reed If INN*. and If dead, ,...1. ...
, Its gladioli. 8:00 p.m. In the First Baptist TO WHOM IT MAT CUNCKRNl'' tile the ....,...1 'In Iko .".... ., tkClork .. known .......*.. ...1... ........., .rant***,
The guests enjoyed several Engaged Pair Honored and Mrs. Cundlff to spend the Nollr I* h..*.., .1.l then. the' .n served Ice Church of Lee. week end with Mr. spd Mrs. Cun- ..."... .....*...., lo Ik.. fk-lltloiM nom "...,.... 1.1.. Ook. Florid' o* o. t"....... ...... e, .*.1".. ..,h dMa.od
games and were then At Supper, Swim Party"Hideaway" The bride-elect was graduatedfrom aiaiit*, (....... lll, or ....ta. Ml.t*. "-t".. tko, Hit day of Juno, A. l>. !.... ..,......,.. and Iko ."...... ".,... ....
cream cake and punch on the Madison High School. North dllf Sr.Mrs.. rh.rt.la. *tat.'... I.4I, will mltur with If yon rare U toatMt the tame, .....,. .Ift_. ........ and ,....... of U H
each a spring on the Louis Tedder and Mrs Ik. ('5.-h. of the. Clrtult. Cecil lo and wli. Ik'* .1.....'..... .. the Complain 10HN' d..o.ed. and .11 .......". slain.
. lawn. Favors were given to property of Mr and Mrs. K. A. Florida Junior College, and Is a for .......... Counly. lorl4a.. vpon torolpl will .. taken .. ...",..... ky ,... lee kp/lkiwuk.. ...... or a..1... any ..
- oncerce child and movie pictures were senior at Florida State University. Warren Tedder will\ leave Monday of nronf of p.ilkalkia of thin a.. p,.". and Ordered In Live I.". hive.Id. tko ..... ".... dofondaatai and all par.ni .
Long, was the setting for a swimming for New Orleans La. to visit Mr llro the ftrill k i .am*. lowllt04o .. this Seth. day of May, ,.. D IMII .* knrln* or rlalmlnc an, ..t.,.. ,In
of made of the group. party and supper given by Her fiance was graduated from Ao4 ......_ AVAl'IIHN' A mCMSIUNS: and to the followln* d.......... ....., ...
Peperlong Those attending the occasion Jefferson School. and Mrs Don R. Westbrook and ...... wklrk w* will *>.en .In .kiiiluMi. Clerk. ., (.,,... Court
Dixie Ave- Mr. and Mrs Long. Mr. and Mm County High children. W. .._t |. *>.... |I. ......... lo ....... l1on.p, PierldnC 'IIINortk"' Half of 10"'''*_.' QuirtorINH
with the honoree were Wayne Long, and Mrs. Woodrow North Florida Junior College and 1.1". (Oak tlorlda ... our i44ro tt SEAL) of BW HI of Sootlon IS.
e now r'Tammie Dietrich. Margaret 11 also senior at Florida State Dr. and Mrs. Tim Cooper left P. O. 801 IK. U.. Oak ,: Llllen Redford 1'.......* t ....11. Gen II Eaak
Hel- Dempsey on May 22 for Miss Jean a Sunday for Charlotte, N. C. to Tk* nni of own.nklp. I I. ..U... 1I..p U.... Yw and each at pen .. "'
uantlPhlte. Fann. Angela Futch. Brant Hilt and Tommy Laihley. whose University He U employed by the JOHN r. ODOK Sat I.. .rallp ..tI,.... t..... O. H Ji kn? andV
' vrnston. Rita James. Terry Law visit Dr. Cooper's parents before UKOHOE: T. JOHNSON* ". Johns. .... ale wlf" Tkolm' U. Jokaa.id .
marriage will be an event of June Tallahassee Democrat.All returning to their home In De PalM UU in ..., of May. A,O. IMI IN CIRCUIT MUST SUWANNfR ,... their. worn Complaint.' In Iko. rirruit
\ pro- 25. friends and relatives are Invited JOHN r. OIH>MQCORGE COUNTY, riORIDA. CHANCERY Court .. Buwannoo Oounlp. Florida
Master Circle attend and troll Mich En route they visitedMr T. JOHNSON META WILSON. .*...>t Tee gad **.k. of yes a* .',.....
Helen to the wedding
Attending were Mr, and Mrs. and Mrs. Joel Bostrght bro bed piaiutirr, .".. e o.klni. I* aa1M Ik* till *f the.
Olenn Oilmen Mr. and Mrs. Wesley receptionMr ... .'.itlfft ta the. .**** ..*........ roalrooorlp
Met With Mrs. ConnerThe 1 a a ther-in-law and sister of Mrs. IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP PLOB. WILLIAM MrIRR WILSON p ....t.. In ......... (..... ,.
Helen Matters Circle of the Keene. Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Cooper, In Athena Oa. IDA. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Itof.adanl rioHda.Yo" .
Wood. Mr and Mrs. Lamar Nash AND POM SUWANNfK COUNTY "NOTICE, BV PUBLICATIONTO Ire furtkrr karokp notU
First Baptist Church. met In the : *. Uutler Church Mrs. John Sands. Airs Tom IN CHANCIRY I WILLIAM MrlKR WIIJION. ro' rise Ikal She return dot af this .NotlooI .
home of Mrs. E. 8. Conner Mon- and Mrs. Sammy Dean sister of Betts Jr. and Mrs B. O, Wjrche GKOBGIA R. PABRRR. a .w... Mr MrS. Chalks" Duel SlrMl, Dofrad .lo Juno II, IMI, and r.. shell
Mrs. Long and Mrs. Dempsey from Circle HoHteN MondayCircle Plaintiff. !.!". Oak. "....... .5 acid date a ed peer do.f.u.
day with 13 members present. of Madison were guests of Mr. .... Y. ..* ....*.p ....,.... Ikal. ion .. H n,. :::.: Abele. MIN. a
Mrs. O. B. DeN Sr.. chairman, Jacksonville One of the WSCS of the and Mrs Jack White Friday. RICHARD JONES, .. .1 I.I.NOTuWoViFiNo plaint fur dl..m a>. koon tllod ..*!*.! Lows. Au.."." I.e Pi.s/ltf." **"**
........ add. le P. 0, Rce Li,. SNh, Flee.Id. .
The hosts presented a silver First Methodist Church met Mon- pence d Pou are I* t ever ::.I :
opened the meeting with Bibleverse Miss Penny Wetlsteln. a student of pour aoiwor or ploadlnt.. .. aald aonflalnl. tmm.dtat.lir; lilwoarlor file tkoritlnal
I and led the circle In a butter dish to the honored couple. day morning at 8:30 In the home at Berry College In Georgia Til* STATS Or MOKIDA Ttlt t 1 on the plaintiff ."..'P. J. BHohj af .... In she ."... of tk* Clork.
BICHABH JONES, .lao ofknowni Ill Rut Madlton/ tro U>* of the Clr..lt Marl of t". ..."o atrhnilourtl .
I prayer. of Mrs. Ed Butler on Marvmsc returned home for the summer nld.nm red s.lllnp, = : I C'I,. Florida. end flw Ik* arlllnal Aa>* .......... d..... pro _,...
Mrs. H. O. Penuel gave the les- Goodwill Clash Met Street last week MASTS: THM.MA "iVnitRTT1wkoao : ... or ......1.. In Iko offko of Iko c.lork. will ko *nt.r4 nialnit pan,
read the plar. of ..14..... la Palm "...>k of ('I..... t .... on ., ...f.* 11""".,, WITNESS ono of Iko Honornkl Clr-
aon study "Go Home And Tell"The Mrs Perry Holmes Mr and Mrs Qrsnvllle Hunter 1',..,. Plorldai I B. R. JONES, wkoao ".... II. 111. nil Judooa : She" Third Judlrlnl" Clnoll'
next meeting will be In the With Mr*. HunterThe scripture and Mrs 8. T Bowman of Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith "Ur. .f _..01.* II pn fall to 4* ao, lud ..*' >r 4*. of FlorHn. : well .a tk.* I'lork: of tko
Plerli.l' l JOHN ?, RNOWtV* aaVk'awiro. r ro* pro oonfoaao will ko taam atilailpoa Iranlt' Court, all M the Seth dap W
I home of Mrs. K. M. Clayton. Goodwill Club met last led the circle In prayerThe Mr. Hunters parents Mr. CIABA 5Nfwe.ta, wkoao plaMof ) for the rollof ...*..... In the .**. Msp, .....
, Mrs. Conner served refreshment Tuesday the home of Mrs. W. program was In charge ol and Mrs. Roy Hunter, roald.no* ,. Hrovard CNmoIr, Plor* plalat.Uooo. AVAITOHN A. SESBIONaTmrk
Ida, C. H BROWN eel THOMAS M.. noJ Ordered .. 1.1.. n.... flor Clr..lt Court
at the close of the meeting W Hunter on Union Avenue Mrs Clarence Ratlltf Mrs. Mela Beagle left Saturday, a.. wkoao .... ., roaldroro .. ... Ida this. Sills )1141. ..."* C./,. ".'".
The club has disbanded for the During the business meeting by plane for Morton Grove HI, to ...... Couotr Florid*i and tk.lr. r.. I, ::t"it.ill I
.. ...... .1/ Lillian Rdfor4
I porll inouaM. If "ll lnt Clash Cl..lt summer and will resume their presided over by the chairman. visit relatives for several months end If dad. .h... unknown .kolr. .. lawdlooM |J.. ,...., Florid I..*""" CSrhriitI'ii'i;
Mi"ft I'llilllpt3Attending meetings on September 14 alas Mrs. Butler, hostesses... assign ....,.. or pranlooa. .. ....., ISRALI I'S
Prn a or pnrtlo. .Ia....... 1,. Ikroopkund.r .. I, I Milan B.df r4ttoonlr
Phil for
Camp they will meet with Mrs. ed the year Edwin D. Lambrlght directedthe or a. lail II.". red and stnrenew L'NhADVISTISEMINT

Miss LeNelle Phillips\ daughter Brim. Mrs. L. M. Crews 8r. dismissed editorial policy of the Tampa (Inlmlni rep rlrat., eel: t., or ,In. t..
t_t to .. ... *p.. tko real proportpaoroln
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin the circle with a prsyerCircle Tribune for more than a halt century. ": r5hunt/. FOR BID
for Blue a U IT r IN I)A 'i"G'ilmN PBOJMTiADDITION..
left Saturday Kelleii Irene .
Phillips, Janint
Von iro k ap *otfto4 Ikal a pro. AND AITPBATIONSSIIWANNRB
Star Camp HendersonvUle. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby James of Three :Met ....... is eni.t. Clii.. .... ..... ......ht COUNTY HOSPITAL
In Iko Clrault Covrt for .*.*..*. louoIP. IIVR ".k. riomnABoalod
for ten days. Xnglls announce the birth of adaughter. With :Mr. Tnlilrr norlfl*. *ialnat all ..._.. .1.1...."* ..... will ko rorol I...4 .p She
Mist Phillips Is attending the May 24. In Monroe Memorial (Public NoticesIN .., ....., ,'..... HIM .. ..,_, tot or Rod *f Tru.toH of Iko .._...* '
Mrs. W L. Tedder was hostess .lion .... ..
school at the upon the / *( 4>* rw roalprop.rli ounlv Hoaoiul line Oak, Florida' al
I. Red Cross aquatic Hospital Ocala. afternoon to Circle Threeof .ltoal* I* Suwna** (.*alp, tko r.... ofta* Need: until I Hi* P M,,
Monday .. ... .. ..... ..,..
camp.ATHLETE'S. weighed\ eight pounds, Plorld. Juno II. IPII d aid *.
The baby the WSCS of the First Methodist TNt COUNTY moors Covey Ul* T. I. II *nd II. In ....... I*, ....I..lp ...... aad road ...*..
I. TOOT four ounces, and has been named Church, for their tint meetIng IN' AND poa tuwANNis: coiNTv, of ........ Addition I* Iko. Clip of P5. pp..SIS..S5e. taalmr'..' Ce YOU'VE BEEN
rUMMDA. IN ".O.A TII. 1.1.. Ook, Plorld. I* Iko. RH of IkoNRti eldAn. nd for. of Proooaal ma* k
HOW TO TREAT ITS Kellen Irene James. of the new year with II members IM Bt Tko P...... of of SWWon t1. Taoa.alp I .......... Cron She A.hll.e' I. ,..1 WAITING?
The maternal grandparent are ull<'.. CARAKI.lt and Math Banp* II Ka.t fleld, 1111 Neel Panel .... 111. CII,.
Ao*, hoto.4r" Pool tot. present. BEBTHA l.rn CAftAaKBHoik red ..... ... .. wllk. Pbrld. A Sills ,.. ee.h
k.Tiw d. Paul the pn ar* .p .1. to flto 'son-ia ei
and Mrs Vann.
b.td to I I. a to I 4o,o. lolo.red ok.. alooifc I grandparent are Mr and Tag STATK OF PUtnlDA T<>t
"f. Th. ..... HLALTv ... the business and program AOfLAiriB c....,. PAOR os.
-a M. U ....... IN ONIt HOtIR.u" Mrs. Gentry James all of this city meeting CAB WAUMI CABAKIra **4 oil I

i bTr rMtUO: aaoaw: -: wtici Mrs T. J. Krnnon. chairman Y.Mho ere p.konkp.... .nurn.d notlttod that pMl. New Home For Sale
** '- __ .R..w Y..e a.b.rvi. presided over the business meeting 1i.. no* oooo fll>4 .. aoid c..M ...,...,
.. _......_
too dotorwtloaltooi oair and appointed officers for, the .. .. ..
I new year.Mrs r= == { p.e.In/..lS .Ii : :1;: 'TWO BATHS CENTRAL HEAT
1d..tIch.,1.M._ ........ ;_w I I
Wayne Plttman was In poa loll Ikoroio. 5..,.. will ko .*loro4In
I A Thought For TodayBy charge of the program. "Membershlp .... _... apoo aoM PotltloaWITNIUM Air-Conditioning Can Be Added
ko4 ool of wl4CooH
i BKODT C. IIARRH Cultivation And MUswnProjects" ., Llvo 0... ......_ 1'.p.,,
Plorld. thus l.t dop .. ..... ItllKB4 -CONVENTIONAL FINANCINGBrick
sauces fooolp ,.... @MD
N A great philosopher once said "AH things flow. You cannot descend a :pi, II PROMO llNea

g -. Into the same stream twice How very true AII"lln-nal" IS Ctrl Block Construction

f' Indeed. I agree that there Isnt any sense In chefs _
InC a horse In midstream. Instead I say mount the MarriageMr llfRI TBATToN UWDiB PlfTITIOUiNAMa with
Located In
f .,. Right horse or the Vehicle of Happiness and as and Mrs David M Austin tcm.JOHN OM, Hit S Wirt WIISON, DOING aa4HAIL Murphy ManorU. Zttilth p.ff.ct.dHANDCRAnD

: you travel along the road give nothing but goodwill the marrtaee of their BUSINESS AS SUWANNIB Auto 3. 129 SOUTH
and good cheer. It la Indeed true thatBread announce PAP.lt.NOIKR.
.. daughter, Sheila Jean, to Dan II CONTACT
t 4 cast upon the water comes back cu,. chassis for greater
h of Mrs One Hen
Ryals Jr, son TM pee. .... ...... .bol ,...
f t Make every moment In this life a happy pleasant demon and the late Dan H Rrals ._...... HaNN" s wiIJON" sea A. R. MURPHY pendjblllty,

l one and: that manner all around you will tea 8r, en September 2f. IN4 MAIL ... 'LlI"N ........ sea sea service probUmsImsrl
I fleet good and )oy. We are placed here as but 5' -,.(S.. ..dIS saves S '
each other lots spread the 1 Mr and Mrs Ryals will reside :, .a .we. ..,..,it. :.:: Phone 362.1037
to eater so
servant to In Live OakKimhrrly. e...,.. ..-... ..... ....'_. 1
a.I good word and Ian positive you'll find\ that Life Is ..... wd .- -. ii ..... ISI Pit..
the bowl of cherries that .. all doslre gds M IM es .. ,


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WASHINGTON Changing Entire Nation I COLORED .1

I REPORT a Educational Television In American ,.

By SPESSARD I* HOLLAND Samoa Most Advanced In World DouglassTeacher Senior Awards Made FridaySenior I

United States Senator Washington When school bells ring on American

I I Samoa, youngsters throng into open-air fales with shingled QueenOf held at Douglas High Awards High School Day last was

Passage Of Voting Rights Bill our amendment should go far toward roofs, and seat themselves cross-legged before tele- Friday, Douglass HighGraduates

Preceded By Cloture When for Insuring an uninterruptedwork vision sets. Among students receiving the

the second time In history, the schedule on that vital pro- "Not one pair of eyes leaves the screens," said a Scholarship award and the honor received 33
Senate Invoked cloture last week ject for two years. I am hopeful I visitor Miss
Patricia alum- were:
on a civil rights debate thus that the House will accept this The pride of the United States' erlcan governor H. Rex Lee, whoIs nus of Bethune-Cookman Instructor Eva. Patterson outstanding library
shutting off further unlimited discussion amendment without the need of a Island territory In the South Pacific determined that Samoa's development In business subjects at Doug service; Juanita Jenkins Here Saturday
It set the stage for conference. 1 is an educational TV systemfor benefitof lass Outstanding
Amended Quad- will be for the High School and junior high performance; Mada
passage of the voting rights bill a Senate Passes all 12 grades, the National the Samoans not for the representative, was chosen Miss gellne Mandrell most outstanding Thirty-eight seniors graduated
day later. Indicative of the Intense rlcentennlal Legislation The Geographic Society says. It was enrichment of entrepreneurs from Scholarship Queen at the schoolin player in basketball; Johnny Saturday, June 5. at commencement
feelings on both sides of the Senate recently approved and Inaugurated In September 1964. Mobley and exercise held in the Douglass
the outside world a contest sponsored by the 8u- Hlllman outstanding
issue was the fact that all 100 to the House a measure Introduced High School gymnasium.The .
Smathers and me Electronic magic may seem out Tourism will be allowed to grow wannee County Teachers Association achievement In football;
Senators were present for the 70-30 cloture by amend Senator the Igelslatlon which of place on a lushly beautiful but not at the risk of turning Sa Other contestants for the and Patricia Thomas, superior invocation Rev.and C. C. Curry gave the
which carried by to benediction.
of Islands where honor Mr. progress In homemaklng.
Quad. group people moa' handsome healthy free were Mastic Jenkins
margin, or 3 more than the required created the 8t Augustine Major addresses were given by
Commission. Our bill wear sarongs and sleep on mats. spirited people into a race of English teacher; Mrs. Caesar M. Awards went to William II
67. Together with other rlcentennlal life of the Commissionto But Samoa has scattered villages cooks, waiters busboys and I Holmes, primary teacher at Douglass 'Head for perfect attendance and the class valedictorian. Madage-
Constitutional-minded legislatorsof extends lane Mandrell. and
Increasesits and a shortage of teachers. Instructing chambermaids. : ; and Mrs. O. B. Jones, inter- the highest average In English. Patterson
both Parties, I opposed thevoting December 31, 1966 French salutatorian. Other participating -
mediate award
by TV has representative. were made to
proved so .
from 11 to 13, Samoans ETV being
bill throughout the debateof membership through are in the exercise
were Raymond
suitable and successful that some Mrs Jenkins was second place Charlie Harris. Deborah Foster
five weeks While I do not I and authorizes the appropriation taught to read and write their winner and and William Head. Quarterman Beverly Curry -
BO Mrs.
nations. Including of Atrica'e Holmes placed
amount not to exceed $25.* own language and to cherish their
question the motives of those who I of an third. Award in mathematics Ozle Garner Dorothey Herring -
emerging have
countries were
espoused what I believe to( be 000 for financing the functioningof Polynesian culture. At the same Peggy J. Allen and Johnny
The given to Raymond
asked the United States Government purpose of the contest and MandrelL Linda
viciously punitive legislation, I the Commission. time they are Intensely proud of Mobley, president of
Granting for permission to send observers being Americans. drive was to give a senior at Douglass I Mandrell and Rosemary John- the senior
strongly believe that It will not I Expensive Legislation class.
who con.
to study the extraordinary made the highest score
Opposed in the old Rainmaker
accomplish the Intended results. Board Discretionary Powers A sign Superintendent Henry
on the state senior of all
experiment. examinationand patrols were
Last Tuesday the Senate Hotel at Pago Pago makes mainland
Many of the reasons for my convictions who had also rewarded for Suwannee County schools presented
maintained B service beyond
the Economic DevelopmentPublic Samoa's new system known as visitors feel right at home.
were expressed in my passed diploma to the graduates
average, a col- the call of duty.Douglass .
scholarship at the
final Floor speech a copy of which ( Works) bill authorizing ETV. Is more advanced than any "American' Samoan Lions Club lege of hU her a and John A. Cade Jr.. principalof
Is enclosed herewith. appropriations of more than $3.3 on the North American continentor Meets Tuesday at 7 P. M." Certificates or choice. Pine View Elementary School
Space Committee's NASA Authorization billion for many projects (none elsewhere In the world. The U. were presented to presented the adult education
the Seniors diploma -
following, in addition to the !' Are
teaching center six channels
so-called depressed uses
Bill Accepted This named) In the *.
week the Senate approved the areas (none named) of the nation. i with signals beamed from 1,600- Special Forces clusion three named of the above drive for at their the con help Honored At Breakfast Senior sponsors were Rufus Taper -

NASA authorization bill for fiscal This was $775 million more than foot Mt. Alava overlooking Pago In making the Thirty-eight graduating seniors and Earl Carter with Mrs.
1966 in the form In which we reported the Administration had recom Pago and Its picture-postcard bay. I' possible of Douglas High were honored Maetta Jenkins a* con ponsor.

it out of the Space Com mended. I opposed the bill both Classroom TV Is not only for Now TrainingAt The Rev, C. C. Curry assistant Friday morning. June 4, at a and Mrs. S. Q. Brown as super
mittee of which I am a member. because of the "scatter gun" ap- Samoan children. When their pastor of the African breakfast in the home Economic visor.
Among other benefits the bill insures proach and because of the fact school day ends adults start Church Baptist Building.
handing : Curry, who servedas
continuance of the 260-Inch that It seems to me we are going trooping In. First there are teach. Those attending the breakfast
solid fuel engine program through much too far and too extrava- er training programs, then adult Some 800 paratroopers of the Hamilton; Mr manager. L. F. Stephens along with the senior were the 1 I
Phase I, and Into Phase II if results gantly Into this kind of program, vocational classes. All the class National Guard's 20th Special campaign manager for Mrs Jenkins Rev. C. C. Curry, assistant pastorof

justify that course. delivered in each case to the discretion rooms In Pago Pago, the main Forces Group landed In Camp ; Mrs. 8. Q. Brown, PrincipalJ. African Baptist Church; Principal -
Both Houses Approve Additional of various spending officials town of the seven American Samoan Blanding Supnday, June 6. and L. Bevels Mrs. Crlzell Young J, L. Bevel; and Class Sponsor
River Basins Authorizations all of whom are appointive Islands and some 80 village began two weeks of Intensive and Mrs Bertha Ware.Magdalene R. Loper and E. Carter.
This week the Senate passed In rather than elective. This makes schools are occupied from early training In guerrilla warfare. e A green and gold motif wa carried
amended form a Houseapprovedmeasure the fourth recent major bill of morning until 10 pjn. The group commanded by Col. out In the decoration and floral -

authorizing additional this general type, Including. In addition Samoa's TV classes can be pick Henry H. Cobb Jr.. of Binning Mandrell IK design The buffet table wa
appropriations for certain large to this one the so-called ed up In nearby Western Samoa ham Ala., consists of six companies centered with an arrangement of
flood control and navigational Poverty bill of last year, the Appalachian the former New Zealand protectorate from Alabama Florida, I Douglas! Award Winner hydrangea.
projects. I am glad to report that bill and the Aid to which became IndependentIn Louisiana and Mississippi. Flor During the breakfast the principal
we were able to amend the bill so Education Act comprising many 1962. A proposed relay system ida' Company C is led Ijr Lt. Col. Madtgelene Mandrell valedictorian chatted with the seniors on I
a* to provide an authorization of overlapping efforts and expenditures would make the programs avail Fred Lewellen of St. Augustine. of the graduating class at the topic. "A Past To Cherish A ,
130 million for the Central and running Into many billions.Of able In the Tonga Islands to the The green-bereted Douglas High School has been Future To Fulfill"
Southern Florida Flood Control these four, I supported only south launched their training activitieson given the annual award of theReader' The breakfast was given by J. L.

I.I l District for a two-year period extending the Appalachian bill which coy Educational TV U only one the night of their arrival by student* Digest Association for Bevel. Mrs. C. C. Curry Mrs. 8.
1\1 through fiscal 1967. For ered a fixed badly distressed area phase of a development program parachuting guerrilla personnelinto who by their successful H. Robinson Mr. M. Jenkins,
this project the House had authorized and specified clear objectives. that Is helping Samoa's 22.000 the area of operations. In achool work has given promise of and Miss P. Hamilton.
$11 million for one year but Agriculture Hearings. In Progress people make the transition from will attaining leadership in the community .
this exercise these men
-- This week I have been rep- It was announced Sat
the 18th
I century to the 20th.
resent friendly partisans in an urday by Principal L. Bevel. Beverly Curry Wine
presiding as chairman over public Matters of enormous local pride James
DO YOU HAVE) AN ] agricultural appropri- oppressed country which has ask- The Reader' Digest Association Teacher
hearings on along ETV are the new Jet ed for U. 8. assistance Is Croup Award
Alcohol Problem? ations before the Senate Appropriations airport an Improved harbor at Arriving on Monday and Tuesday senior presenting these awards In MU Beverly Curry daughterof 4
high schools
Subcommittee for Agri- Pago Pago, tuna and coconut nights forces throughout the Rev. and Mr*. C C. Curry '
We now have in Live Oakan container were special the United States and Canada to of Live -
culture processing plants a factory teams to Instruct the guerrillas in Oak, was the recipient of
AA Group ready to Political Panelist Recently I public utilities and a mod. the special techniques of uncon- the highest honor. student of the the Suwannee County Teacher

help you. was glad to participate staged in a political here- ern hotel financed by the Sa- ventional warfare-raids, ambushes graduating award class.The to Miss Mandr.ll.the Association award. Miss Curry > -r r. 5-vysJ fJ
panel discussion moans themselves and aerial wa an active student at Douglass
WRITE by the American Medical Political Employment has reached 100 The basic unit of special force daughter of Mr and Mrs. High last yur She was crowned Love Story To Remember

P. O. Box 591, Action Committee as a part of 1U per cent In happy contrast to the Is the 10-man team composed of Mack mad by Mandrell Dr. Adam of Live. Oak. was Miss DoucltM 1"4-" and WM.
and hi
two-day work-shop meeting Among time only yesterday when the tea. active In the band
LIVE OAK highly skilled medical, demolition chlng taff. They selected MU chorea (In BAAS STUDIO
my fellow panelists were Ben- Islanders/ lived hand to mouth. and communication dent council and honor society. ,
OR CONTACT YOUR weapons Mandrell to receive the award
ator Dlrksen Ill.) and several Their main Income came from Larger sized The student will matriculate at Your
specialists. team are
Physician or Minister House members and Dr. Donovan copra. used to coordinate and supportthe scholarship designed citizenship! to and cumulate Florida A ft M University this Wedding Photographer
Ward. AMA President. The sub- '"The flag I U flying higher and con fall.
activities of these "A" detachments tlnued contact with good reading LAKE CITY. FLORIDA
more proudly these days over the U.
as they are called. after graduation based tier Phone 752.5335
only U. 8. possession south of the on (Renew Tear SebecripiUn New)
In the second phase of the record
at Douglas High.Sophomore .
THIS COUPON MATTRESS Equator because of a 84-year- training the guerrillas will\ carryout e .
WORTH $1.00AND old native of Rlgby, Idaho, who tactical operations which I. I
believes all Americans deserve an related to the instruction record Visit For The Best In
UPHOLSTERY WORK equal chance wrote a newspaper In the first phase. The team *

editor from Hawaii will receive support from the Sitter Spring! Area ROOFING
MATTRESSES RENOVATED ...............*..... $12.50 The editor refrered to the Am. Special Force Operational Base CALL COLLECT
The tenth grade class of Douglass *
INNERSPRING MATTRESSES ................,... $22.50 located many mile from the operational High School made clue
ject was political campaign orga area. Their only link with ROOFINGand
trip to Ocala last week Places
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fresh Juicy blackberry pie! before being frozen. Vegetables .

bat could be better during the should be blanched before frees AS director of Insmlce education r
ill and winter months for a des Ing. This kills the enzymes and Mrs. Home will be In charge

rt for your family? With freefig will prevent a change In flavor, of weekly educational programsfor

a* It 1s today, this can be a and the destruction of certain various departments In the 1 1Paul
ther simple thing for the home- vitamins which helps to retain a hospital. She will work with the II
laker. There are still blackberries good frown product. Blanching administrator and various department
and be frozen by should be done In large ... p .
Callable can a quantity heads In developing programs -- - - .r.---
Vowing these simple directions.The of boiling water. Allow 1 gal hirpl ..nprlnwiKto. r. ,iJJ H. upbraids Uwm tar turningMTUrtMium ...... urges that nil man bcum. wMHiIxt alas, asses* nwni .....po.t
a* needed. Thus OirtiUam tar opIrll...' Im and ,..1_ to MJUww wlta Ood. ThM MM k* k* .00<1. bunging tnnr ,...* and
berries should be sorted Ion of water to 1 pint of vegetablesand Mrs Lois Johnson administrator f Mt4k ..\lat.rtl110111 HimIhttr
Kwturltv A. -bob** In CkrIM' thIrt cfturrk.' rwnuulinf lhm tholmimiura Mmpllihxl through enplane** MIM asps
ached and let them drain well 2 gallons to 1 pound of leafy of Suwannee County Hospital Mealy I (kttm and mrMIMMM..tnirt mul ..._...... .11_. a r. on* 'v. fnf His Sun J....*. ..hloh. Iraiu.furm liven .r. rtlMppaMUnc. and ,,,. I
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ou may pack them without sug- vegetables. The blanching time, said that continuing edur lit waken' ft UM Hulvf tody. follow-workm M UM we, mss a MW **
f I OriaUMani 114.. OM CiwMlhMM'". li: 11Pastor's S ".at. 6.OU-KN tent I CnMttlhtaM" 1 II.
I In which should be Is from
>, with sugar or sugar syrup counted cation of personnel Is a must In a
r choose to use the dry meth- the time the water reaches the
you field where changes are occurring
mercy We deserve' only death and Father will\ deal with you unless
1, that Is by using sugar only boiling point after placing the as rapidly as they are In the hos-
Paul tellsus each forgive brother
hell But the Apostle you your
ith the fruit you should useout vegetables In the water. The range pital field. "
that "While we were yet help from your hearts.
> 1 cup sugar with < cups unit should be kept at Its highest Mrs. Home attended Florida
less, at the right time Christ died Jesus was saying that another
the over the temperature while blanching.For .
uit. Sprinkle sugar
State University School of Nursing
CornerBy will\ man's sin against Cod Is like
for the ungodly. Why, one
tries and place In a moisture, freezing field peas after and received her BS In nursing
dollars with
twenty compared
hardly die for a righteous man -
ipor-proof container. Seal, labeld they have been washed and shell from Southern Baptist Hospital,
million dollars And If Ood forllYN -
for good man
place In the coldest part of ed, they should be sorted. Immature New Orleans. She was a member though perhaps a
die. But Ood us such tremendous sin It
one will\ dare even to
>ur freezer for quick freezing. If and tough peas should be of the faculty of North Florida REV. JIM WALKUP
shows his love (for us In that while Is literally disastrous for us not to
iu use the syrup over the fruit eliminated from freezing. Blanch Junior College for one year before
died forgive our brother's sin. There is
w, were yet sinners Christ
be made by mixing 3 the peas 2 minutes In boiling wa
its may coming to Suwannee County Hos Tutor First Fretbyterlan Church sear
simply no hope for the man who Is
for us. since, therefore, we are
ips sugar with 4 cups water. Stir ter. Chill them by placing In cold pital. t
ell until all sugar Is dissolved water or on a soggy towel for a S. i ..L .<< now Justified by Ills blood much unwilling to forgive. He not onlyIs
going to hell\, he already U In
more shall. we be saved by Him
id pour over the berries until all fan to blow on them. Place In What's gonna send you to hell? er forgive your tn paSM'.." James from the wrath of Ood. For If hell He (U like Br'er Rabble hitting

e covered. Again, be sure to use moisture vapor-proof containers Watch Those' Eye Will It be the very person you drives home this truth when he while we were enemies we were the tar baby. Every: time he
label and
place In coldest of
vapor-proof con part
ur moisture, Chinese Jade dealers watch a despise moat says, "For Judgment Is without reconciled to Clod by the death of hits this much desipiird creature
In coldestrt the freezer for freezingIf
,iron of.freezer.label and place you wish other Informationon buyer's eyes to judge whether he Its funny how some people can mercy "to one who has shown no Ills Son, much more now that we the more trapped he finds hImself

ready to makeat freezing or canning, may will pay a high price for a speci let one little thing stand between mercy. are reconciled, shall we be saved .
When you
you they are call our office. men. Confirming this cunning them and eternal life. For some What Is mercy? Mercy' Is the by His life." What's gonna* trap you and
blackberry pie or
other too. place ,I practice psychologists recently its a trudge against another per- I granting of forgiveness to a per. Jesus told a parable about a send you to hell Will It, like the
llelous ways have established that the pupils son. Somewhere down the line son when he doesnt deserve for. man whose creditor had canceleda tar baby be the very person you
e frozen berries It takes In the about refrlgerar 4-.- I! Could you on short notice andwith of a person's eyes widen when he they have been offended and they ,Inn..... A mother sought the debt of ten million dollars\ despise mat
r thaw a relative amount of ease locate -
Is looking at something that pleases don't mean to forgive or forget pardon of her son from Napoleon.The against him. And yet this same
IUTS to thaw 1 pound of pack vital and necessary papers
him until the last farthing has been emperor said It was his sec man Immediately went out and
ed fruit. This slower thawing in which could be needed by family
better paid. Jesus plainly taught us to and offense, and Justice demanded had cast Into prison a man who USE
e refrigerator gives a members? Do have them
do sprinkle with salt and pepper. pray "Forgive us our debts as we his death. "1 don't auk for owed him a measly twenty dollars.
act. However, some people stored In such a place that they
I. Make a sauce by mixing oth also have forgiven our debtors". justice. said the mother, "I plead When the first creditor heard
; them thaw at room tempera- would be safe In case of a fire A FUCO
thatIf for mercy." "But said the emperor he said to this unmer
.re where It takes from 1 to 2 few of the records for your family er Ingredients. This means Just what It rays, about this
4. Baste chicken often for 4J we are. unwilling to grant forII..n" the does not deserve mer clful tyrant "You scoundrel! I re.
the pack. .
urn depending on which should be in a fin proof I
thaw. minutes with the sauce. then we are Ineligible to cy" "Sir, cried the mother, .It matted the whole of your debt Brand
irrles packed In dry sugar file or a safety deposit box are:
Serve hot from grill receive forgiveness. It's significant would not be m.rcylf he deservedIt when you appealedto me: were
when In
.r quickly than packed birth certificates, marriage records "
wills, If preparing In the range oven that this Is the only petition In and mercy Is all I aak for you not bound to show your fel
insurance policies, place on the middle shelf at a the Lord's Prayer that Jesus elaborated "Well then." said Napoleon. "I will\ low-servant the same pity as 1 InsecticideFOR
bonds stocks, personal property temperature of 3n.3&0 degree on; "For" If you forgive men have mert,." And her 10111'" showed to you?" "And so angry
venal! people over the county Information military service pa
for about 1 hour If necessary' their trespasses your heavenly saved. was the creditor that he condemned FOR
ye called for Information on pen Social Security records,' turn oven to 430 degrees' to brownIn I Father also will forgive you: but Mercy I Is the only thing that the man to torture until RESULTS
w to freeze peas. Many have notes, Impotant contracts deeds their Christian from the wrath he should the debt In full.
the lut few minutes of cook If you do not forgive men saves a pay
55 i ready to frees now and oth real estate property and I am sure Ing. trespasses, neither will your Fath cf a Just Oat We don't deserve And that Is how my heavenlyIMMM
win ,oon. Like freezing other there are other which are important .-- .. ----- -- --
etabJea. there are several gen to your family and you
M I suggestions which will help could add to this list Abo. It Is a

have a bettor nutritional and good Idea to keep a list at home In

sty product. Some of these are: a convenient place telling which
her vegetable In the cool part records you have on file

I the morning: for less deUrlora

t prepare and Irene with the Chicken Is a favorite meat of
possible delay In time. If most people and according to reports -

i cannot process them prontly, barbecue chicken Is one of UVINILROOM
I : In refrigerator In a tempera the favorite wan for preparing In
of 33 to 40 degrees for not Buwannre county It Is delicious

than a fwe hours. Vegetables whether cooked on an out-door
a 841 not be prepared the night grill or you barbecue In. Whichever -
[Mtore and held until the next day way you tike beat you ml.ht
like to try this rvclp
I i-SS pound fryer cut In II.',
tablespoon tune or lemon Juice
If you wr born in I tablespoons Worchestrrshlre -' .""

June of an odd source

numbered year, renew I 1/4 clove cup garlic catsup optional \ \ :

your drivers license 1/3 stick oleo melted on grin : -
In small pan. J '

this month. Bait and pepper

I dash Tobacco sauce

I tablespoon brown sugar
Reece Brown 1 tablespoons water -.- -

I. Place chleken on greaaed grill
COUNTY JUDGE ,-. Inch* from glowing coals

J. Brush with melted olm and
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Marshall Baxter Dennis William Mary Elizabeth Neely Linda Lucille Mary Helvenston and Charlel!

Proper Use Of Pesticides Important; Three County Student Oldest Settlement Beagling Barbara Ann Bell John Nelson Harriet Doretha No- Hunter.

Make Dean's List St. Augustine founded in 1569, Harold Binkley Jr. Alice Florence, ble., Vicki .LynnNobles, George Monthly meetings of the

I Three students from Suwann Is the oldest permanent white set Bird. Belinda Marlene Black. Malcolm Ogden Jr., Virgil War- are planned for the first boar
Rules Are Outlined In Detail United
id"now the
Safety County have received honors from tlement in what Malcolm Wendall Brady, Terry ren Page, Larry Edward Parker, In each month. The July meeting

By Vincent Jones Lake City Junior College States and it is here the firstwhite Vincent Broughton, Brenda Oayle Teddy Franklin Payne Virgil Antonio Is planned for Charles Springs

child was born. Brown. Robert Earl Bryant, Betty Perdomo Jr., Jack Alexis with Invitations planned for
(Chairman, Suwannee County Chemical Education Committee) Lutrenda Suggs Allen, Branford rto-
and Patricia Marcella Woe Jo Cannon, Carol Elizabeth Can Perry Ronald Marcus Phillips, [ resentatives of the county board,

Pesticides are generally 1 the times and rates of application ey, Live Oak, attained distinctly non, Frances Bernice Champion, Joyce Georgia Richardson, Lois the local Woman's Club and the
most effective and in many I Instances 9. Keep weed control chemIcals of being named to the Dean's List: 1 David Wood Chandler, Patricia Virginia RIchardson Barry Rich Live Oak Garden Club to attend

the only solution available away from flowers, ornament at the Junior College for the to build at least two chicken houses Ann Clark, Elizabeth Deanette ard RobIns Donald Tyrone RobInson the meeting.!

to fight pests that damage or shrubs, and other valuable plants. spring semester. under the program. Collins, Richard Wayne Collls. Walter Jefferson Robinson .

destroy crops, livestock and faests 10. Wash with soap and water According to Dr. Kenneth Claw- The field man said his company Michael William CowIn Edith John Wayne Ross, No. 5

or endanger human health and change clothing immediate hoped that eventually pro Diane Crews Charles Ervin
son, dean of the college, to In"te Elliott Eldon Scott. Nannie Bea
associations of PTA
and our natural resources. if you spill a pesticide on skin or the Dean's list a person must attaIn duction of broilers in the area Crlbbs. Dean Kelly Croft Linda dikes Julia Sharon Skeen, Oeorge are limited to
two state farmer
Insecticides and pesticides avery clothing a grade point average 3.0 on would reach 250,000 per week Oaye Croft, Thomas Woodrow ,'I, Alexander Skinner Ann Kathleen degree candidates .
if farmers today 11. If a pesticide Is swallowed This will require construction and Cundiff Jr. Oeorge Henry Dale for each 100 members or
necessary a scale of 4.0 and have no Irade SmIth Louise Elaine Smith, Thos fraction
are to compete with the element, accidentally call a physician i at less than "C". operation of) a processing plant Jr., Barbara Jean DavIs Eleanoi sle Edward Snipes Homer Nathan major thereof. Chapterswith

the weather diseases, and Insects. once.! If splashed in eyes ush Another Suwannee County student and call for a huge feed mill ope- Marie Dees. James Walter Dei. Stamper Jr.. Kathryn Elaine FFA membership of 9.577

These pesticides are Important In with water immediately. Donald Gordon Phllpc, ration also he added. Loach Walter Darwin Duncan, Stanford, Dwight Evered Stansel, submitted the names of 193 candidates
that will be
every place on the farm and In 12. Store pesticides in closet\ college CharlotteNell Nell Turman, recommended.
Branford was named to the Clyde Arthur Ellis Jr.. Tucker, Rebecca Presentation of the

the home. Farmers must use them well-labeled containers where President's list. To quail: No. 2 Evans, Randall Jackson EVans Ina Waynette Starling ErvIn Leon take place in the degrees will
to produce and save their crops. children and pets cannot reach Melon} Sulli Peabody Audi.
for this honor a student must Mary Karon Fortner, Strickland John
farm food feed The pastor said designation for torium at Daytona Beach during
The consumer or the producer them. Do not place near
ard Lawrence Foster Shirley Ann Edward Swing John
have a 3.5 or better grade average van Robert
the honor the result of true the convention's
was a Thursday
to morning

must preser
use seed. "
or with no grade less than a "B Foy Alvin Henry Fullbright, Rich Franklin Teagle Laura Elizabeth
the session June 17.
for safe-keeping. The home owner Christian spirit displayed by Each degree
Only 12 students in the Ichool ard Wayne GUI. Aubrey Basil Thomas Linda Marie Thomas,,
to make the congregation and that in 13 yearsof winner will receive a certificateand
borne safe use from pesticides diseases and pests. Jehovah's Witnesses were named to this list. ministry he had never worked Ooff, Linda Diane Green Mary Linda Joyce Tipton, Laurece Wll- a State Farmer Key win be
Woodrow Clifton Lynn
Ethel Oreene Tomlinson Mary
with a more dedicated group of presented to each one by the
In order to use pesticides properly ] Attend State Meeting
Oreene, Coy Luther Hale Jr., Don- Touchton Rita Haven Touchton.
on the farm, farmers and Oak Tom Moore Studying church people. Production Credit Associations of
from the Live
Delegates na Rea Hall Carol Virginia Har- Oeorge Phillip Townsend, Richard Florida.
home owners alike are asked i to congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses Banking At LSU rell Lee Helvenston Harvard Randall Townsend, Harry De- .

use them safely. Death occurs often attended a three-day CircuIt Tom Moore, vice president d of No.3 Shirley Ann Herring, Thomas Edwin Wayne Tucker. Julia Elizabeth

on the farm and in the hon Assembly in Lake City last the Commercial Bank of Live Oat, this new challenge using the same Hogan, Randall Theron Howard Michael Wayne Tyson Charlotte No. 6

by reason of people being careles week end. Howard Morgan, presiding is among 587 bankers attendingtwo a perseverance it took to go through William Arthur Howard. Robert Jean Vann Ralph Clinton Vann, tional society, and served as an

Pesticides used on the farm and minister for the Wltnesse week session of the school of high school. Frank Howes, Johnnie Albert Kerry Newton Walker, Linda officer of the Pharmacy Wives

In the home can be used safely :If locally, .stated that a benefIcial banking of the south being held at Virgil Page, president of the Hurst, Norma Laura Hurst, Eliza. Oayle Ward, Bernard Albert Wea- Club. She is the daughter of Mr

the following guides are followed: program was enjoyed by all. LSU in Baton Rouge. senior class, also said that the real beth Jackson, Doretha Ann Johnson ver Jr. Rose Marie Webb Mary and Mrs. Frank Haddon.

1. Read the container label On Sunday afternoon 1289 per Classes began May 31 and w1l1 challenge was the future but a Joyce Louise Johnson Margaret Elizabeth White., Carl Russell Allison wu president of his

follow the directions sons gathered for the featured continue thru June 12, Course future that Suwannee County Ann Johnson, Martha Rae Wilkins, Geneva Dianne Williams freshman class at Norman Col.

2. Mix pesticide solutions preferabl in a talk of the assembly by Josep;) offered will cover advanced stud youth could benefit by. Keeling Winston Ray Williams Everett lege; member of Phi Theta Kappa,

outside.well-ventilated area, Sala, district supervisor.. in all phases of banking and eco Before presenting the diplomas Juanita Annette Kemp, Danny Leonard Williamson Jr. Hayward national scholastic! society; president

3. Avoid inhaling pesticIde nomics. Henry Folsom, superintendent of Michael Kldd Martha Vereen Wayne Wilson, John Gary Wooley, of the first and third professional -

dust. Advent Ilihle School The school requires attendant schools, asked the graduates that Land, George Sidney Langford and Marjorie Judith Young. year class in pharmacy

sprays 4. Never or smoke while handling at two-week campus) sessions for they make certain the spiritual Howard Randolph Law, Robert school; member of Rho ChI pharmaceutical

Will Begin MondayAdvent three years plus extensive home< values go with them and that they Douglas Law, Donald Nezabeth honorary society: ;

pesticides. pesticide outdoors Christian Church Bible study work during the remainde Involve themselves with Christ and Lee Edith Della Lee Dale Oreen No. 4pcrvislon member of Phi Kappa PhI
5. When using a
apply when there Is little or: School will begin Monday and of the year. There are 18 course Dod. McCullers, Margie Louise McDon or built by the county. national honorary society;

no wind to minimize drifting of continue Friday from 7:00: p.m, t< dealing with the needs of modern Music for the event was provided aid Kathleen Ruth McFarland, The group concerns itself mainly member of Phi Delta Chi. professional -

the spray or dust 9:00: p.m. Classes will be from bank management and operation by the Senior High Band and Brenda Dawne McKeithen Ed- with the acquisition and developing pharmaceutical fraternity;

1 8. Don't use pesticides nea: nursery thru adults. In the overall plan of study. the Junior High Chorus under ward Joseph McLeran Linda Gall of sites for county parks. member of the American Pharmaceutical -

I wells, cisterns, and other water Teenage departments will have the direction of Harry and Alice McMullen David Lorlng Melvin McLean said that work mostly Association; recelplent

supply sources. classes and recreation. Qrant. Emily Jean Melts, Gall Marie Milford removal of underbrush, is now underway of the I. Z. Harris Award for outstanding
Florida Population
i; 7. Avoid chemical contamlna Adult classes will be conductedby Receiving diplomas at the grad Theresa Montlne Mllllcan, at Charles Springs and achievement in pharmacy .

t tlon of streams, lakes, or ponds lr the Rev C L. Kirby and the The population 187,748 of Florida in 1860rS2,619 was. uation exercises Were: Tenna Maxine Mills Billy Joe that the ramp and building at school: and the Atlanta Club

order to protect fish and wildlife Rev. Gordon D. Reed. 14,730 in 1830 Lloyd Daniel Adams, John Perry Montgomery. Vivian Louise Morris Dowling Park are being put into Award for the highest scholastic
1,807,414 in
8. When protecting food crop in 1910, Alford. Daisy tint Allbritton Joyce Elaine Morley, Carolyn good shape. average In pharmacy school.

against pests, observe propel (OfficeSupplies. at McCrlmon'i)) 1940. Wallace Lyle Allen Jr., Barbara Kay Murrah, Linda Sherrel Mus- Other members of the park i He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

,1 Senevore Bailey, Byron Lundy grove Roger Craig Mussells Paulette board in addition to McLean Rudolph V Scott of Suwannee

Agricultural' r..1 property proceeded. ...1.., 1., Sass John Bass and Ware Mrs.
Superintendent In the .ub- Henry Jerry Nash Blllle Wayne Neely. Hampton are County
Oak.'Ionia ,. Lot Nln. CII, PINEWOOD a
In Live
Pin. Street
Public NoticesIN Gliding, not on liter than 10:no A.M. onLaturdoy dlvl.lon of a portion of tin South..
Hide should ba out Quarter of the Northea.t qu.r.t
19. IMS.>
gertlnn 17, Township S South
proud envelope and pl.ln-
))1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA lubmltted Iy marked In"Hid on Frame Building." Ron.I Florida East plat Suwannea In the office County of,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN The bulldln mart b. removed from the aa per
THIRD the Clerk of tho Circuit Court In
SUWANNEE COUNTY, irhool property within .1.! week from .
AND FLORDA FOR IN CHANCERY the d.t. of acceptance of the bid and for Suwannee County, Florida.Together and
with all .fracture
..... tha right to roe
W. W. LAND Mid hi. wife, Th. Board roe Improvamenta now and hereafteron
AGNES LAND lect any and all bid.. said land and fixture, attached ,
1. Plaintiff., Sinned all .t......
thereto aloe was ,

:\ RODERICK.... MACLICNNAN, .t .1 l, H.L, M.M. Crows Folsom, Jr.Superintendent. ChairmanIN smoking..1..t.Io.1', ref. ."eratlng and other, lighting heating,
Defendant | plumbing, y.ntllatlnm Irrigating, \\
NOTICE TO DEFEND COURT. THIRD and power ay.to...., ....bin.., ape
'' THE: STATE or-. FLORIDA rot THE J'jf7 ,
pllancea, fl.tu., and appurten ,
RODFRICK: MACLKNNAN.: :::11.0R hereafter
: nay
H HARRYP. SUWANNEE COUNTY, ancaa, which now are or ,
IGNNAN: J. W. LEMON and IN CHANCERY. pertain to, or ha used with.In :
BRKDETTE. If said defendant are sold praml.ee, even ,
String and If any or .U of aid d.f.nd. :iTLVKR n JOHNSON and though, or on they ba detached. or da.
ant or defendant ars d.eaud 55. umknown ANNA JOHNSON s
{ .|H>a.e, helre I devisors, grantee.: Plaintiff, tachahla. It gallon Electric hot .
Also ona
creditor or other partlea elalmlng I by, hiiUlled
IOHN'R. ARKY.1 I. and hi. wife. voter beater We.tomatta
through, under or a.ntnst sup such di' If located the ..bovadeacrlhed '
In tha hoar upon
HARRBLL, at el.,
ally E.
meed defendant ar defendant If DOLORES .
and If dead their unknown h...., dint nof nd.ntl. ..p..tf.WiTHE. hand sad tho nail ofthla / ,j
eeea, 1.nst ,., or ...nt..., and all par. NOTICE OF FORfCLOWRB that SALE tin Court .t my U.. Oak Florida, thtird : :
tI.. .having tlllm. ft or Jatereil el.iming In to Ike Same pnuwrllrain amrl.ht. I ""NOTICE"...,.......18'HFKrHY.....' A. ...atone,..,. day e5 Jun.. tGIt.Ul.SESSIONS
deeerlbed, towltior (Tlerk of tha Circuit Court of Simon
.If bounty., Florida will on Tneiday, the Clerk Circuit Court
Th. Bit' fI' th. NWSt I tho N'" Itnd day. of June, lifll at 11 too o'clock. ..,
of the A.M., at tha front door of the COII.t.hnu.
me nrvn BW in t meSW COURT THIRD
<4 of the NW u of BWtti .. In Live Oak Sum nnnee County. IN THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR :
I LESS AND EXCEPT all I the all, gand .. riorlda, offer for .ale and sell at public JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY, \ k\pE7
hliih.it and bat bidder for SUWAWNEE FLORIDA.y
ether mlnerala In, on and under utcry ta the IlIUORNS .
all t.... ahove demrlbed land.) tha .ash. tha following de..-rlbed. property TURMAN and hla. wife, I
REV of the NWfc\ of BW \\41 the iltuated In Buwannea County, Florida, E. TURMAN j"
WU of the NEK of tha SW14 I and o-wltl IbKKVIEVE' L / "
tha BW Lot e. Block 4. Inile.lda R.-Plat In Plalntlffa.
the SW H of M | .
Ruction 14. Township I South ... READIQ6'j
All la Section a$. Township 4 South Ran,. 1* taut, Ruwannee County, C.; 0. FISHER .t d. ;::: REQUIRED
Rants II East nd containing 110acre. Florida. recorded l In Ihs office of IkeClark TO DEFEND
., mora or IM.I of the Circuit Court In and for TOl t
Buwannea County
.. ... .... said the Final Denrea of fire.loenn.el.red LASSO' FISHER and hla unknownpou.
You and .h of you herehy !ntreu.nt to uOI NW pub
rally notified th.t W W, LAND and In a ea.a ". tune In enM whoea reeldenca la WILLIE MAE Get Fast Action with
bl. wife. AGNES LAND filed their hurt the .tyle of whlr-h I. CHI VFR ,Venue. Miami riorlda la 14. ,
JOHNSON, >AY WILSON I whoee reeldenca
sworn Complaint In tha Circuit Court of n. JOHNSON and
R ""It It,"1.1. end I 0th d. P.nn.ylanla. -
Buwannea County, Florida against you .r'ti.lrl: : FISHkH.rhota ,
and each. of puma. defendant' aeeklng ill wife'DOLORFS E. HARRF.LL, ., .1.. HELL 4th Avenue.
to aulet the title of the plaintiff to the Defenif.nt.. ra.ld.nea la 111* ,
above de.crlbed real properly. located In WITNr.,," m, hand and the official lakland I Park Florida; URfw': .
Suwannee County, Florida '...1 of old Court thl. 11th day of June.i '.. C. PISHkR. GRAHAM WANTADSN
further herehy notified that Oda.
You see i
d..I...., leiaete -
.nd tho unknown kelre.
the return day of this Notice to Defend WAKMNtlTUN. .
la July 1*. llll and you. .hall on said Clerk Circuit Court \ sad grantee. of (FUKlK: WASHNUTON ,
data. ..... a copy of your defnt.e. If any, Bnwannea County, Florida JUANNAH HOWARD, whnaalecea -
for plaintiff. whn.a addre.a I. lilt Iini.n BedfordDeputy of ...Id.o.. and whoee '','.
P. O. Ho, a, LI,, oak. Florida, and Immediately Clerk. .0101...... are unknown If said defend-...iddof.nd.ot /4/I f
thereafter file) the original of ,to ara living, and If any or all d..l&I.d.the of :
eeme In t h. office of thai Clerk of the or defendant ara
... THIRD unknown apou.ee, h.lre, devl.ee. '; ,
Circuit Court of the .h atyled Court i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ""
otherwlae Decree Pro Canfeeao will bednt.nd IN AND FOR .rata, creditor or other partlrnUlmlng
a JUDICIAL CIRCUITt It"h.ou..", under or agalnetny : .. .... '
WITNESS again.oar my. hand. and tha offlcl.1 IN, '..frc'hy.JAMII such .......... defendant. or ...f...- )r ". "'-l\
I If alive, and If dead their unknownelr. .... .
soul of ..W Court thl. Ird day of Jun., W, WIIltr.MAN.rl.lntlff. Subs .
., d..I. leiiateea, or vranteealnd '
1111. ,
IAVAITGHN A. SESSION: all parties having ar claiming taave : "
r. any right. title or Inlare.t I* thamparly .
Clerk of the Circuit Court 9EATHICE COOK formerly known .
herein ....rlbld. *0.0111Th ;
Suwannea County, Florida Wleeman,
ta Beatrice SSt of tha NW and the NWV4
By I/Dorothy W Blanchard NOTICE Defend.nt.TO DEFEND of tha SW 1h of Seatloa' 5$. LEH8
AND EXCEPT one acre, mora or
Deputy ClerkIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, formerly TO -known due. In tha NW at the SW* ef '
Section. II deacrlhed
a. Beatrice Cook Wleeman at tha Situtheaat corner
THE COUNTY JllDC.E'n.! COURT You are hereby notified that a suit
OF SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, h.. .hoes luo..hI spinet you .In th. I of*.the Township NWV, at I South SW*, .R., .Mellon.. IIKaet.
IN RE Tha E.tate of Third Judicial Circuit Court, In Chin- $;
: and run North SOS yards
John L. Well., .try ky. J"", .. W. WUem.n. for a point of beglanlngl thencarun
n..d. You are hereby required tn aerve upon North 10 ,.rd.! th.... run _
Netke Of Filial PotltlM Far Oloc..... UKTH. SELLERS S LEWIS PlalntlffaIttorn.y. ...
Meet Tl yard tb. South
........ .
Notice I. hereby given that I Sane .. who. I. P. o. lln TV/ yards! thence run Fact T9yarda
filed my Final Return .. Kieeutrli of 'I. Live Oak. Florida, a ropy of your writ to the t of beginning)
the La.t Will and Te.tament of John L. t.n d.f..... to the eompl.lnl In amid and tke NVk ..r: SK.t lying Eaat
Well., d....."" thou I bane filed my nit on or before the lath day of July, of tin Nnblee. Ferry. R.M. la Sorties
Petition to he Dl.ch.rg.d aa such K:.ecutrl till, and the original of cold written LOSS: AND EXCEPT and
and that an tha Uth day of July, ..f."... .hall he filed with the Clerk of one-h.lt II. ..-. mora ar loss one, hi tin
llll. I will apply ta tha HonorableReeea .aid Court The purpone of said suit. I.to Northwest corner of t.. NEti ef

County Brown, Florida, County, for Judge approval of Oman of aid,.. obtain aoeclfla to convey performance ta J...... W.of W yourtreament (ea. the SEH: at Section II. deacilbedM

Final Returna"eI for in Order of FinalDlsnharn m'nh.. following deecrlbed. property Beginning! at the Northwe.t .
.. lamb RierutrliVIRGINIA: Lot S. Block C, Pmire.eo, Am Plat thaNKH of ilK\j, of Section com.erof Surely You Have Something To
D. WELLS of Blwka C. D and R In Clly I*. Township I South, Range II
A. Exautrin: of the last Will of Ft Underdele. Florid. Eaat. and run fcaet |4a yardeithenca
"' f and Te.tament of John L. I WITNESS my hand a. Clerk and 110.I Kotlthward III y.rd.. to a
Well, deemed. I .eal of said Court In Live Oak Huwanee -
lha North alda of the Live
"., County, Florida. thl. Ida St1b day of O.k.Nohlaa point an Ferry Road II* .....
una, 1911.LAVAUCHN from the point of beginning'
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A. SESSIONS: thenca Northward along the
SU WAN NEE COUNTY, Clerk Circuit CourtBuwannea Nortkeaat .Id. of road
JUDGE said ta
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. County, Florida the point ., beginning i iAl.l Buy Sell Trade !
IN MEt: K.tata of (SEAL( ) II LIIII.n Radford IN TOWNSHIP I MOUTH or
raj All Creditor and 1'........ HavingCl.lm. ..T COUNTY FLORIDA.
ar Demands Af.ln.l Raid K.lat.l: i Yen and earb of you are hereby ......
Yon anal each of yen ara herehy. ..tlo i THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND lly notified that FITRINE K. Tl'RMAN
fled and required to ......t any. claims FOR .UWANNIE COUNTY nott. :nd kla wits .luNKVIKVE L.: TURN AM
and demand which you, ar either of you, IDA. IN 'HANCl.ltyNO. led their awen Co..plal"tho Or .
may h.ve ngalnet tha eet.te of Oliver TOl DIVISION- .ill Court of Suwanae Coaaty, ,........
1 Hart, late of aid County, tatha NORTH HIDE SAVINGS BANK..rporath. ....., yoa and ..... *f yea aa defendJU .
Mat Jadge of Suwannea County, .. .., aeeklag t* a.alel the title of Ike
Florida at kla office la tha court hou.a 'lal.'lff ,bl.tlffe t* tha ..... deaeribed awl '
of .alJ County at Live Oak. Florida, orurt, located In Buwaane* Ca.nty., -.V '
within al, calendar. mantha from tha Uses ROPE sad MARGARET J. Flortd.. Call 362 1734SUWANNEE :
time) of the tint' publication af t.... no. UPS kla wife, are: further notified' bask' thai ,
tlee. Two espies of numb claim or ".. IWfendanta. t.-'t. date of Ibis Mouton. Ta De.d .
wand .halt ha In writing. and skull stole NOTICE OF SUIT ta July 15. 111, and pan shall anird
tha plaea of recMenea. sad punt office. addree THE MAT OF nORmA data anima af o man defee.ee,
of the Claimant, and shall .. swore TO. James Rupa and Martarat I, lops, :; an', apes 'Ai VB. IKILERII a1WIl
t. be :. ann.l Nton.q I .hie wifeReeldeneai .Ownr. fee plalnitffa. who.l
awl :.wmp.al.d a fillnd r.. d an. Vakaaw draea .le T O tin. a. Live tih. FbwMe.id
dollar and each claim ar demand not .. I M.llln Addreeel .....1 DellvarfPoet > tmmedlatere thereafter file. tin -
filed skill he veld.SYLVIA. Office, Alackaa. Florida ....hoaI.f aacae In t.... afTlea. af Ike fterkf
T. HART YOU ARK HFRRBY NOTIFIED that a ...f tin Circuit Coon .. ,.. aba. at y ladMi
Aa dmlnl.tratrla of the 1:.. .all .kaa hors filed anal. yea. In tin .... l ,,,_... a Decree ... c..r...
.... of Olive Hart, deaeaaeddT .Mva ana and yav) ... raaolred ta file will W .....* ,..... yen.
i, 'rar aaa... milk the Clerk .. t.... Cewrtid WITNESS my lad and the M Irt. J SIDYD MEQf\1!
.. to _,. a eaiiy IkereW upon tka.latlff Canrt thla Illk day af Jane. 1.41.
CALL FOR BIDS '. ar lie altorneya. M.koaey. Had.w. :I Jee Oak.. Kawaanee Cee.lr, FmrMe
Public Inelnietlo. .... t. Chamber and Adama. Karaett Ma- l.AVADGNN A, SESSIONS': '
Wai... Slm.5. Florida. will ........ i rat Baah laU"'... Jaekaoavlll. Sstd. Clerk af the ClraaH. CIUL -rt ,
aaM bide a ,... .M-rcea. framekaUdlnl r aet 'later than. July II, lf'|. IfIU ...-... Mall .......
l located eMreeei the llewen.eeJeator fall a* lei de a Peerea Par 11.. ( | )
Hush. ...... aad the Ftret "ejtlal r we* will be entered. aielaet yei fe. tN"lief II Ulllan RodferdDga4 )
... Oak. Florida. demanded 4a tba Oamplahm Thai Oerk
ah..W ca.bT.abmltt* .1 ,u ." ... of the .ill .to t* for.il.a.. a ......... TVe ..,i -fl ----- ---- -- --

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