Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
March 18, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Good week. Area Will Develop Huge livestock Industry I Cotton Producers Association Seek

Not only WM the change In Growers To
weather rood but most of the Sign ContractsCounty
new thto week WM also good and
much of It Indicated that progress Agent Paul Crews painted a bright .,rleul.
and growth U In the oftlnc. tural future for Suwannee County at the Rotary Club
1 The warm sunshine of thto week luncheon Monday noon by outlining plans and projects
was a relief and sent many scurrying his department has underway or planned for the county.
to let ready for spring, deapiu Larll'eAt -In-, not r----ntl.1. as a .w."."v,.vi pro J cc.* .iiiAb.... now '
a reminder that troll came underway in the county under
to the community In early April Feeder "';11 Sale which local farmer will grow and
last year. market broilers under contracts
Then U just something about : Held Here Friday signed with Cotton Producers Association
the beginning of apring that motivate Another Florida Graded of Atlanta.
!, us to undertake new ; Feeder Ply Sale was held hero Crews, said the cooperative
thing. Sterna no doubt from our r' I last Friday with MM pigs .... I planned to get the project underway .
rural heritage that springto a rDINOSAG Inv sold for a total of f13.ll'. with farmers now, would
time for planting' and all failure Sft. add another J8 thla fall and Increase .
of the past pate In bopea for the ToUl weight. of Ib. pigs was the number of farmers
future. 111.11 point's for an average producing broilers for them under
TAW U U that this weeXaeema 'llIt.f M.U pounds per contract eventually to J3J or 350.
to me to forecast a time for hard bead.frlrea. Each grower would be under an
work and for renewed confident TI CLAD paid for the swine Individual contract to produce
in thin eounty and city That averaged nuns.r pound broiler
much Deed to be done to fully and IU.1TS3 per .....' The county agent wet that
accepted. What remaina to be decided The neat feeder pig sato will plant being mad by the firm
to UM part each of u* win be held her April t at Ik Su. would Ultimately result In a processing
pity In the growth or decline that .., wannee Valley Uveotork Mar plant a hatchery, and a
Uea ahead. ket. feed mill calling for an Invent
Cwaty officials an* Interested citterns gathered at the site livestock and poultry producing area and that the laboratory a went between four and sit mil
I agree with Commtoiloner of .a UM Noble Ferry .... sekcled foe erection ef an aalmal bring balll bees maid and would play an Important part Indiagnootto lion dollar and providing a payroll .
Agriculture Doyle Conner that the laboratory and beard Cemmlnleavr. .f Agriealtere sack development (Phot* By Dan slain) Suwannee Rand each year near the one million .
of tnt county airport can
opening Doyle Conner say tKto area of ta. UU bus a big k potential as a dollar mark
and will mean much: to u* In the Ila/ylP Conner SHY Rated Crews told of work going on to
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future for air travel to yet In IUinfancy. convert the tidily now bring used t
News from the capitol Mtinfer It Speaker for hot cholera research Into a
Wednesday was that the state had Diagnostic Laboratory Will Help District Meet wine evaluation program to study
Just purchased' IU 38th airplane. and find way to Increase the
'J'hJa.nI that stabs official Lions I Honor ]12 Suwannee High Livestock Potential Here Despite the Ion of ..,.flllnl'm. I quality of pork product It
-, and employee will be using a:* Develop hers due to Illness, the Buwannre would be a state and county pro-
more and more and makea Live Seniors For Intellectual Ugh School Band gained all uperlor 'fret and operate largely under
beef and
AbilityNine pork production and the number of hone
Oak the best field on which to ratings for the sixth year he I OCP: grant
.' land between Jacksonville and farm in this tat. ,,'l1Il'row by leaps and bound in then .I the district band contest held )Kntlrtly different but related U
boy and three girls all seniors at Suwannee
Tauahaare aa Lake City's airport .r future, CommUnloner of Agriculture Doyle Conner Saturday at Oslneivllle. Harry a project, for swine research at
U under military Bmiutlon to a High School this year, were honored here Tuesday nightby said here Monday afternoon at groundbreaking cere. Grant has been the band' director the Buwannee Valley, Experiment \.
decree.The. 1 the Uve Oak Lions Club for their intellectual ability monies that law work begin on Suwannee County' new during these ,..rl. Station! located on the White
board of county commissioners Each of the 12 scored better than 400 on the senior place animal disease dlagnostle laboratory. The band earned a superior Bprtng Itoad.
are to be complimented merit< teat conducted on a state wide scale last fall. At a I Conner was main speaker at Na.. I Conllnaed as rage II (IN.. I Continaed an rage II
on their foresight a few years ago ilmllar event last year, even Four Injured In : ffativltlea held at the UU' of the
In moving to have this facility seniors were honored for the same I I facility north of Use Oak on the
added to the county Muticnl Program For attainment. I Auto Accident Noble Ferry Road and adjacentto nil Co To Chicago
I*, Bam Laatlnaer. a doan afistMa the Hog Cholera Research BU
lauctrbntne HW_ Croaa., Benefit ,nuw..utivwrtU.M.. ttraduats
Oonn helped ft '
asset to the county \bill.'ftf'k. A BiM4 pvograa of ..... of_,Buwannce Hig irr trtdayrbur ifUanoock +watnne+a I'>( t)\\\.ya.l"'W""a*J: slk+e5k. .1t.iI'i'wwte"e wlwt

when a brief eertmony heralded will ke prosnted ........ School was the main speaker, A served a* master of ..r.. 1. Wins Stale Livestock ContestThe ,
the beginning of construction on Stank Is. st UM ..-.... delegation from the Downtown persons Injured In a head-. mental and Or Donald I* Ihuchpresented '
the animal diagnostic laboratory Jator Big* ...... Aealtorlas Lions Club of Jacksonville head I on automobile crash here. Friday the platform guoata.
being built here by the slats on at ':M pj*. by ...** geese et by Harold P (Red) Milton night have been transferred to the The laboratory to being built at Suwannre County Mf Livestock Judging' Team I
I land purchased and donated by ., U* ..... ........ AH proceeds waa here for the occasion MUton University Medical Center *tOalnMVtlto a cost of 1119,000 by. an appropriation will represent Florida In the ..11 Livestock Judging Content .
the board of county commissionera. ire the eeejeerl win go .. ,... to one of the leaders In the movement after emergency treatment made by Ml stale legislature at the International Livestock Exposition to be held'
Red. CMOS that to spreading thruou here.Ttooger. under bill Introduced and In November In Chicago.: Tile team composed of Klah.
Here la an Instance which cooperation Dave Anita to .kakrs.a. ef the state to *e* that those with O. L. Tbompklns who -.cI by Aenator Houston Itob-- lubanke. Govan Knight, hand I'auiLl. anti nn_ Aubrey Coif..
pall off for U ever a tale year Rod Crooa drive to Intellectual ability have an opportunity Investigated the accident said rote and ReprrsrnUUv Leon .... earned the trip by winning an
project bAd the backing of all local Rowaawe Cw* tr. lie saM ... to continue their educe that a car driven by Jimmy reel Donald both of whom were on the elimination contest! held at UM Conttructton Ok", ,
agencies< that laboratory certainly ....... .. the eonoert -ld be Hon. It year old resident of Chlpley platform Monday. University of Florida Saturday, .,.
rl dice SIN for .....* sad M t for Milton In presenting the speak* traveling woe on Highway M, .> Suwennee County's Board of The team competed against five For Kllavlll Park
1 thought Conner phrased tt ........ with ate advise ticket rr reviewed the movement of tea mile wo* of Live Oak. pulled out bounty CommUaleie purchasedthe other top team that had JudgedIn &.,.11411... .. warty 111.7**
well when .be said that when site sato ........ ognUJng classroom achtevemenl: I to paaa a. track traveling In the .... and donated It to the the UU contest held In Tampa for ............ .f a ranger
election time arrived this county's Appearing e. .... pragrasawUt with the same ardor accorded top same direction and plunged head- plate. Chairman Curtis O Humphrtoa during the State Fair. ......... and park ...........,
bid was so weB organised andeooRBnaUd be Ike Hewaaatee High athletic atUlnmenU. IU said this on Into a car dirven by Charles If.Buah .' Commissioner Laure D In the eontmt held In Oalnes. aad gals at ,... ......... BlverUU
that there was little ..... orator band and the nation can not afford to loss .Intellectual of Qultman O*. headed toberson. and Hancock represented tile Saturday, the teams judged Farb at KllavUto: ... aaIkot -
deetdtaf to be done. Fto Tlrw .......1ar1 baad capability for the real I east I' the board at the ceremony nee claasea of beef cattle and four tanl tool week by .... board
Thto faculty can play a major both wder... dtre.Uoe> .. reason for a school system In this Both mm were accompanied Conner paid the facility here dame ef swine. They gave oral of isaisalMlsajere, W stole toUCMlrael -
part In the development of a Harry Grasttt esisesaMre from nation was to train minds to discover I by their ... AH leer were serU I will be the sixth to be built by the reason on their selection for I......
ttutvtnc livestock and poultry Industry ... senior. bash. and the ,.elM make practice and distribute I IeN. DUAl, Injured and are now p.. Department of Agriculture and three classes ef cattle and two for. Ike praJMt ka.
la this am. kick mid ekorwa mmtrt direUoa *. the better thing ef life for tents st Oalneavtlto. that It would be operated by the toase* of swine.In been awsrdvd MUkwAUersMMfomtraolloM j
IN*. I Ceattomed ..... II of Mr*. Harry Graat. .. I ('....... eS face II | parrots of Mr*. Al Wilson of this office It to assigned primarily for : was the highest scoring s*.. Sleek. to ..,..... .. Mad
dry and they were coming here wine and poultry disease diag judge on all claate Cloven Knight IbM work and ....Mio. due MarsrottoMlely
I Student Honored For Intellectual Ability I: (He. I CMttoMod. .. Fate II No. I Cowlla M>4 ON r... I) (No I ronUnoMl on Fag II foar .......,

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Report Is Made On Branford School I

Member of the Suwannee

Committee/County Bchool unanimously Board Advisory adopted I. Pint To html On Countyfrmrf/ I II'

Thursday sight a. report dealing ..
with a high school at Branford.
The committee rocommrnded tost
fan and the school board approved .
that the present high
acJI building *l Branford be replaced .I
with a new bulKUng and
that the Braaferd School resin ./ n
a senior blab. school with grade*
enelhni IS.
The rt.oma endaUon adopted
Thursday Bight ha bee for
n warded to the school board for A//
1 their ..........u.n and segments
the report and remMndaUon
made .to January relative Machooto
at WiDbom. Ctoytond.
and McAlptB.
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lag ew over achool due m the i
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DGGC It Happened In
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Front _

Nation Spiritual TurtlesIn Right To DisagreeJustice

a recent speech, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith Millard CaldweU of the Florida Su By

said, "Each of us has had the responsibility to preme Court this week sounded a warning that DoyleConner E.

meet our obligations to ourselves and society and all Floridians and all Americans should heed. Taken From The Filet 0/4

the reason for that responsibility Is net fortn in Speaking before a business fraternity at the The retail food industry is brac- TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT '. "

the statement many of you will recall that the University of Florida, the jurist and former governor ins Itself for the hearings on retail -

only thing necessary to Insure the triumph of evil attacked "the namby pamby cult of no practices which have been I ,

Is for enough good men to do nothing" conviction" as he warned that we must "save the scheduled for May 5-8 at Washington 1915 nee Hotel to enlist aid of the organization nine from the twelve. Selectedwere

The same thing has been said, in a different Constitution." by the National Commission in securing recreation Pat Adams Joan Black

way by a writer in "Whatsoever Things. a small "The most vital problem of our time is whether on Food Marketing. Sheriff W. H. Lyle Is attending facilities for Live Oak. Frances Greene Dixie Rowand,

publication Issued monthly "for the friends of we are able to be governed by the rule of launder w The Commission announced recently the Convention of Sheriff in Billy Avery Claude Crapps
that witnesses will Include Ocala this week. Mrs. O. A. Lee entertained at a Wayne Fowler" John Henry Johns
of the Constitution, or by the rule of
Stetson University" and containing some gems man unfettered
food chain executives spokesmenfor luncheon at her home on lie Iv en- and Tommy Scott
wisdom. by any restraint he declared. small retail firms wholesalers, Mrs. C. B. Bonnell entertained ston Avenue Tuesday for her

Entitled "Spiritual Turtles" the article said: Justice Caldwell's assault on the disease of labor union officials consumer Friday afternoon in honor of her daughter Miss Sara Lee. and The Executive Board of the

"The human neck so scientists tell us. Is get moderation deserves more than passing notice, group and trading stamp executives. I mother. Mrs. John F. White, the asveral guests all of whom attend Live Oak Oarden Club met with

ting shorter. Whether this is true or not physically since he strikes at the very heart of the malady Written testimony also will occasion being Mrs. White's 70th Agnes Scott College Decatur, Oa. Its president, Mrs. Randy Mal

we are not prepared to say but spiritually it that la afflicting America. be welcomed. birthday Tuesday Plana were made for

Is hard to deny. We are becoming a nation of That Insidious infection of conformity thedoctrine The Commission: has made it Twenty ladies, the older residents the spring flower show to be held

spiritual turtles. We don't dare stick our necks that teaches that all "reasonable men" clear it Is determined to learn why of Live Oak attended anda 1955 on April 28 at the Live Oak Elks a
retailers' margins of profit very enjoyable time was had. Club the theme "Flowers On
out the way Americans once.did. always be reasonable regardless of the t gross Jimmy Hatch University of Paride"

"Present-day Americans who have the temerityto gravity of an Issue1 la the sure and certain blueprint decade.have been climbing In--the past The Ladles Aid Society of the Florida senior from Live Oak was .

speak up for the things which rightly or to mediocrity. According to George Brandow, Second Advent Christian Church one of 20 students named to the .

wrongly they believe in have stumbled Into the If people do not believe strongly enough I in I NCFM executive director retail will give an Easter egg hunt Saturday schools' 1955 Hall of Fame by the Hospital Employees
principles to disagree with those who hold 3, for the benefit of Seminole student yearbook. The
character-shredding headlines with such regularity opposite margins declined from an average I April
viewpoints there can be no free and fair debate at Dowllng Park student, all senior or graduate Attend Workshop
that the advantages to be derived from keeping of 30 per cent to 16 per cent In the the orphanage
one's mouth shut have been amply demonstrated.That no choice between policies, nothing but the, 25 years prior to 1954. at the home of Mrs. Thos. DowIlnll' standing were chosen for their Mrs. Lot Johnson administrator

so long a cloying Inertia of a mutual admiration society "Then," he said, "In 1954 the outstanding service In various and Mr. Irma Heath medical
fine old virtue indignation Free men to continue to be free, must retain trend began to reverse Itself and field of endeavor by a joint committee records librarian at the 8u-

trademark of Americans used to be kept conveniently both the right and the determination to disagree trade sources Indicate that In the The Before Day Fishing Club of faculty and student wannee County Hospital, attended .

hot in every household. Now It seems to It Ls only through such past ten :year it has been climbIng ha been organized in Live Oak leaders. Hatch wu honored for a workshop for medical record
disagreement such debate
be kept In a kind or moral deepfreeze. that theories until now It 1* about 21 per with the following officers; A. J. his athletic leadership and was librarians held at the Unlver-
"The principles of all too many of us are can be tested and firm policies es- cent." -, Skipper president; Oeo. Allison, one of two athletes so honored. ally of Florida on March 4 and II

growing flabby from disuse. It Is a tragic trend. tablished.A The Commission will seek to lit vice president; Oeo. Sherwood Speakers at the workshop were

Many years ago an American named Abraham democracy cannot operate without dissent pinpoint the reason. for the climb second vice president; Tom Darlyne and Saline Harris University of Florida teaching
Once the right to disagree and H. M. have been invited by the Miami peraonnel.I .
more important
Lincoln told us that, "To sin by silence when they and whether consumers have received Payne third vice president;
should speak out makes cowards of men." the desire to disagree disappears' from the national sufficient benefits to justify Strickland, fourth vice president; Mercy Warren Chapter to act as I The project wasc onducted by
memor- scene, there will no longer be a republic. the rise. Glenn Newson. fifth vice presi- their representative at the state : the Center for Health and Hos
her gives some
Sen. Smith in speech turtlelsm" Universal assent whether freely given In a Other hearings announced are dent; Bill Matthews, sixth vice convention of the Children of the pital Association: and the Florida

able examples of "spiritual mistaken dream of "moderation," or wrested from one at Cheyenne, Wyo., April 1-3, president: B. F. Wlnderweedle American Revolution to be held In Institute for Continuing Unlver-

Within the past :year we have read of a 28- the people by force of arms, Is nothing more or lees on marketing of cattle and lambs seventh vice president; Chu. Lake City March 25 and 28. They city Studies.
:year-old woman being stabbed to death while num- than totalitarianism. which originally had been sched- Huffman secretary-treasurer; J. will be accompanied by their

erous neighbors admitted hearing her cries for uled for Denver, Colo. Additional M. Wynn official entertainer: C, mother Mrs. Brody Harris, who Is
help but did nothing There is room, and must always be room livestock hearings will be held at I W, Rogers, official fisherman: A. a member of the Everglades USE

"Evil triumphs when good men do nothing for Devil's Advocate. if the republic Is to continue. Fort Worth. Texas April 22-34. E. Wriggleiworth. assistant fisherman Chapter of the Daughters of the

On a beach, not long ago a dozen adults stood -Auburndale Star ; Steve official cook; and American Revolution.The .

the pleas of a man who was Charles, assistant cook. FUCO
byr passively Ignoring A lot of supermarket shopperswill .
Live Oak Woodmen of the
trying, without success to rescue a drowning boy. Death By Lung Cancer be happy If the Davis broth- World Camp 343 honored twenty
"There is a frightening development of a behavior ers, (A. D. and J. E.) top brass Brand
Nat King Cole is the latest of thousands of 1 otn. ... county school bus driven with
pattern on the part of too many of our of the Winn Dixie Stores food -
victims of safety award at a special meeting -
lung cancer and he Is dead at 45. More
chain are successful with a research Next Wednesday, March 20, the
citizens who when asked about their lack of action held here InsecticideFOR
Thursday night at
and more the American public is awakening to the
have under federal
in the face of crime or unpleasantness give project they state and government can a p.m. ,
the shocking answer that I didn't want to become shock of death from lung cancer at an early age- way. dOle the books on 50 years of *er* .
unnecessary death, in most cues In a talk recently to the New vice from the old Suwannee
Involved Senator Smith. The senior high school class
says And since medical science and the United York Society of Security Analysts, Rifles Their counterpart of today BEST RESULTS
Insure the triumph nominated twelve seniors for the
"The only thing necessary State Public Health Service, have solemnly the chairman (J E.) revealed that Company E. Second Battalion of hall
of evil is for enough good men to do nothing of fame and the faculty chose
warned that heavy cigarette smoking can cause the big chain Is working with National the 124th Infantry will be too

," lung cancer, each new death of a public figure Cash Register Co. to develop busy to make a great amount of
"To sin by silence when they should speak out who a semi-automated checkout to do about closing out that part
a heavy cigarette smoker causes peopleto
makes cowards of men.Bradford." and device that dispenses' the correct of their colorful history When
top think.
County Telegraph Starke number of trading stamps and they answer the command to "fall AllisChalmersSALES
More people stopped smoking In 1964 than In correct change all at one time. In", It will be to get ready for an-
any previous year and more are expected to stop Presumably the number of stampsis other federal inspection

Make ."k"uur"I; !DecUto'rVfi: ** 'Y. n .... .,..,.\. In lfia& Such events as the decision. of the BrU figured as each item purchased
ttrtt to ban all "' **"tu lu1".nuU\a on television, .. nw tMOT. l. .n UM \ape. Wtim The third annual Aisles Festival and SERVICEIN
from the Jackson
The following editorial Is taken I
recently, show the trend. the bill is totaled, so are the held In the Ravine Gardens.
County Florldan, published in Marlanna. andIs The Administration stamps. When the final button THE
of President Lyndon Is Palatka. was attended by many UVE OAK AREA
a very timely discussion of a question of con- Johnson should not hesitate any longer In vigorously pushed on the register Presto I persons from this city. The local
cern of most people In Holmes County and other pushing out come the change and the Junior Chamber of
for a warning label on all Commerce was
counties of Florida and the South. We reprint it packagesof We Repair Make
cigarettes, so that at least the young people of stamps. represented by Mils Mary Elizabeth or Model Tractor
herewith for your thoughtful consideration."The the That wait for a clerk to count Leech daughter of Mr. and
country would be told at the
people of Jackson County must make a heavy smoking beginning, that out change and then carefully Mrs. Henry Leech who was a (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver)
decision. can cause lung cancer and other count out stamps slows up traffic candidate for the title of Azalea

"The choices are clear cut. but not necessarily sometimes fatal disease. I through the checkout Queen. -ALL WORK GUARANrEED-
to make. We In the United States lagged behind the Now if someone can find a way

easy British in first calling attention to the cigarette-: to induce shoppers to do their Suwanne High's Northeast
"Clear because is choice between
cut. there a
smoking danger. Now we are lagging In providing check writing and Incidental Conference champion gridiron Leo Dunnam
obeying the law and not .obeying the law. Building
the public, Including young people, adequate warn. bookkeeping at some spot other squad win be feted tonight at a
"Difficult, becausethe law Is repugnant to hog about. than the checkout aisle another banquet j (Mayo Road
products they are encouraged to buy set for the Masonic Tern Across From Howlaad Feed Mill)
many and a bitter pill to swallow Many the -Lake Wale. New. couple of minute can be shaved ple beginning at eight o'clock.

meridian among them maintain the law Is un off the settlement chore. The entire aquad of 41 accompanied I Phone 362-3222

constitutional In some of Its applications."But Incidentally, the Davis brothers by their girl friends' will

it Is the lw. Safety Features In Cart predicted Wlnn Dixie sale will be guest of the Junior Chamber

"The relationship between the white and Negro The Oeneral Service total nearly one billion dollars In of Commerce Landen
Administration the Tractor Co.
gov the fiscal year ending In June.
race has changed tremendously In ten :years and ernment's
purchallnl" agent has suggested to automobile 1987. The sales total U expected Mr. A. D. Willis
is appeared
before It
changing our eyes today. is difficult to -
matters they Incorporate 17 safety fea- to be around $11:10: million In June the Rotary Club at their sea! HAROLD LANDEN Owner
change our attitudes and our Prejudices u rapidlyas
lures in models ,
new for 1907. this year.When. akin Monday noon at the Buwan-
the situations around us have been changing The QSA
recommendations are one of many
"It is to the everlasting credit of the School mounting
pressures on manufacturers to put more the small neighborhood"convenience"
Board and Superintendent that have tried to
thought markets
on safety in the construction of automobiles appesredon
prepare the county's school system for radical (Some 48,000 deaths were recorded In 1
changes tradition and policy. Their success has an all-time high on UJ3. streets and highways) ago, one of their big appeals was
not been tested, and may not for some time, Among other the long hour t!*, kept, usually I
things the proposals: would
"But the community has been tested several manufacturer. have from 7 a.m. to 11 pjn. and oftenfor AND ,, .k
supply harnesses, padded dittos
timer In most instances there has been grudging and 7 day a week.
with the visors recessed Instrument panels Impact absorbing But a Lravtttown. Pa.. supermarket '
compliance Jaw In no instance has there IF
been violence steering wheels safety door latches and beat that. It's open seven 4

hinge, better seat-belt! anchors, dual braking sys day a week. 24 hours a day and
"And there must not be.
tems standard height bumpers, electric windshield doing' a whale of a business,, according ELECTED.
"There are those elements that must have violence .:
wipers safety tires and rims, outside rearvlew to Supermarket News, '. .
to survive, so they be depended to (
can upon
mirrors back-up lights better tall light signal The store went on an around-
do all they can to provok disturbances. The Congress ,
safety glass, glare reduction and other safety features the-clock schedule within a week
of Racial Equality (CORE, for Instance, Is or Improvement. after it opened. Cdstne was so

bankrupt and seeking donations so we can look good hiring the day that restocking : .." 4.
far their demonstrations and provocations to In- One hopes the industry accept these aucrestlons I had to be done at night while

crease, and hereafter places greater stress on safety I the aisle were clear and the staff J.,,.' .:"
In UjB.-built automobile. Fancy dashes, grills ; could move around freely to get (
"But the long view is ever more Important than new line, etc., and great power and speed, have re-placement merchandise on Ute

the immediate, and businessmen elected officials too long been the attraction of American: auto shelve

school administrators parents workers all of us, mobiles and those of other countries at well But late shoppers, customer
of both race' must look three years five yean. from factories In the neighborhood
-Cocoa Tribune
ten years hence We must lay groundwork for our seeing the tight on cam

futures, the futures of our children by an earnest to the doors In such number the

effort to improve and and owner decided he'd better pick up
grow prosper. ARE YOU
The Suwannec DemocratOF the available extra business. He a candidate for
security for
"Unnecesary provocations on the one aid and peace of mind
had to keep the tights and beat
unreasonable, futile retaliations on the other can UVE OAK FLORIDA on and the clerk: wen there anyway when emergencies occur? Then

wrY only to harm the future of aU In the com "fmA. Jwl/ tkt SSMXUUUI. RmrBAMMH L on the restocking ....-.. AH elect to open a Savings

mushy he'd haft to add shift Account at the
war a night Commercial
Consolidated Bank
"Businessmen must consider the effect their tetabiisned UtADKR cashier and make regular deposits
1 M August t. IM7 tktabUahed IMS
policies win bare on their own businesses and on the r.Mba_.d Every TaetMlay at MM OMUMT Street The experiment far exceeded into your account. A

buslnee climate In the community. Louie!. dTW worllt,Editor'A PuETfiher everyone' expectation event growing Savings Account

"School! people and parenta must protect the Clara S. Wd.worth........ Associate Editor e owner's. For the alas of the will help give the security and of
tore, its volume of badness tophenomenal. peace mind all che ab.IDr.
best Interests
of their children: by assuring an education Walter Le Olive..... Advertising Manager .we .

smooth continuity, and a* tree a* possible of George T. (Pete) Wright...Shop Foreman But now he ha th restocking.

harmful discord tteynd etas* Po U.. Paid At Uri oS7> orldi 7 problem again It has to be can
"It i* Vital that the white community accept 8tll ICR OM auwi.nerbarnty 14.00 fined to the dullest period the

its aw responsibilities under the law with U good RATB8 Outside County | ...OQto hour from mldngiht to 4 sun.
grace. a* poaatb! and It ls essential that the Negro -A .' "'MPtI IONS Mssmeej Advance which eoncid with night shift

communHy nerds its new perocative with utmost hour at the Mrroundinc faetori -

- caution and deliberation else we an are **. II* makes a tot of ales COMMERCIAL

losers regardless of the law during that period but the heavy

'"Thl must be a period of change for us aU, trellis to from a am. t* midnight
need not be IIJIIIUROPi which embrace two normal OF
'but It a period of catastrophe. soW factory work periods and. their LIVE OAK
"Xach of us. black or white must make the
eleelalon.",' ". a..... : work ahift chant. ___;-_ __ LIVE OAK Ftopina"PAGE

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. ii (9-1 gmfeh.ed 1 Mr. And Mrs. Hut on Curtis Gray Davis-Burnett I Cailrtte Scouts Have Many Activities I

f: I Wedding Plans The Cadette Olrl Scout Troop tee mothers.
tIT, sponsored by the Anna Miller Receiving active citizenship
Miss Carol Davis. daughter of Circle, have been taking a course challenges were Sylvia Musgrove.
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis of Old In medical self-help offered by Stanley Hopkins and Bonnie Mo-
WOMEN Town and Sammy Burnett son of the Suwannee Funeral home On Lean. Receiving emergency preparedness
i Mrs Thelma Burnett of this city, March 7 the troop celebrated Olrl challenges were. Nancy
win exchange nuptial vows in th Scout Week and on Sunday attended '- Edwards Terry Partner Johnle
McCrabb Baptist Church OldTo..n. church at the Advent Lee Porter Pam Klauman. Kitty
CLARA s. WADSWORTH, Society Editor at six-thirty In the evening Christian Church. On Monday of Nobles Becky Edwards Stanley
on March twenty-eighth. The that week they baked cookies: for Hopkins Bonnie McLean Kath
Rev Noah Peterson will perform their court of awards tea. Tuesday leen Hurst, and Sylvia Musgrove.On .
Miss Morgan Exchanges Nuptial Vows With I the ceremony. they conducted an Invert March 27 and 21 the troop
t A reception will follow In the for the newly will\ attend
lure ceremony Cadette Olrl Scout
Mr. Gray In Double King Candlelight Ceremony I home of the bride's parents I II formed junior troop. Wednesdaythey Day In Jacksonville
Sunday, February the fourteenth, the Eastaide Bap- I Mrs Charles Johnson Jr. will I arranged displays In several I e
tist Church, Lake City, was the setting for the nuptialvows l I; attend the bride as matron of I II local stores showing supplies
of Miss Mary Jewell Morgan and Hutchison Curtis honor. needed for one person for one day 1 Mrs. Hingxon!' Church
Gray at four o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev. W. H I b I Aahton Payne, brotherinlawof in a bomb shelter Thursday they !
Gray grandfather of the groom and the Rev John Dicks the grom-elect.. will serve asbeat wrote an editorial concerning the Circle hostess I
officiated at the double-ring Carl k man.Friends value of the medical self-help The Ann Parham Circle of the
dlelight ceremony. a winged bustle at the back which and relatives of the course and on Friday began delivery First Baptist Church met with
fell In graceful folds Into anaislewide 1 couple are Invited to attend the their anal cookie sale
The bride U the daughter of I on Mrs M. H Hlngion last Tuesday
Mrs. S. T. Moran of Lake City formal train. Her veil 1 ;..4 wedding and reception The cookout slated for Saturdaywas with Miss Berne Mae Robinson,
and the late Mr. Morgan. Mr. of traditional bridal Illusion was I U. cancelled on account of rain. chairman presiding.Mra. .
Gray U the ton of Mr and Mr. attached to a double crown covered Here Anil There Sunday the troop held a court of John Castleberry gave the
William Hubbard Gray of this with lace and accented with Dr. and Mrs. James Alexandria swards. tea for their sponsors and scripture and prayer
city. pearls. She carried a bouquet of I and daughter Tune of Montreal. mothers of the scouts. Mrs Hlngwn was In charge of
Miss Janice Blackwell. organist lilies of the valley with a yellow Canada, and Mrs Chester Bedell Sylvia Muigrove was awardedthe the program "Assuming Personal
accompanied Miss Carolyn Goodman throated. white orchid, showered, I of Jscksonvtlle spent Friday with. scout of the year trophy Responsibilities". Taking part
., ..hoWhither Thou with white streamers on a white II Mrs. BedelTs mother. Mrs. H. II. New members Invested were were Mrs. Tom Landen Mrs.
Ooest. "I Love You Truly", and Bible. I. Hair 8r.Corn Sally Brown Diane Nix, and Pam Hinton Ooff, Mrs Kirk Oaxkln.
The Lord's Prayer. I Mrs. Morgan mother of the Fortner. Marilyn Saunders was. and Mrs. Castleberry.
Vows and rings were exchangedby bride, wore a two-piece suit ol '" I : Flavor canned corn with I Invested as a senior girl scout Refreshments were served
the couple before a background olive green wool. Her accessories \ '. chill powder; garnish with green Mrs. Halite Nobles and Mrs Odell Mrs Htnison dosed the meetIng -
setting of white gladioli white were black and she wore a corsageof ,t" pepper rings. Fortner were Invested as commit with a prayer,
white carnations.Mrs. .
chrysanthemums potted palms
and two branched: candelabra Gray, mother of the bridegroom b ; ...., \ '.
holding lighted white tapers. wore a two-piece suit ol "A. "
The bride chose as her attendants pink wool. Her accessories were ;:
beige and she wore a white car-
her sister, Mra Faye Lewis
at matron of honor, and Miss Linda nation corsage. riJ-I; "
After the ceremony a reception : .
Gall Hill and Miss Iris Pennlngton. ....
was held in the church annex. LIGHT feather
as bridesmaids
They wore Identical gowns of :. The bride book was kept by : ; .1 ,. .": "- as a '
Miss Carol Eatmon. o .
red velvet fashioned with a fitted Or .\ "ftW
The wedding cake was cut by /' t '
bodice short sleeves and a bouffant -I I :
street length skirt. Each Miss. Ann Wllby and punch servedby I
carried a spray of white roses. Mrs Drnward Morgan. ServIng :"HI. :i.
Serving the groom as best man the guests were Miss Dianne .' .J.:'
Vann of McAlpin Miss Dianne
was Wtndell Tldwell. Ushers wen

Tommy of this city Lashley and Larry Long Linda Morgan Bryant Miss Wanda and Henry Miss Lane Miss I.Mr._ *. Scott Party Hnnnrrc Recently--" I II .

The bride was escorted down Dicks, an of Lake City, Mrs. Gerald Scott was honored I nuts, mints chips and dips were I II
the aisle and given In marrlatt When the couple left for a wedding with a stork shower. at the homeof I placed on the table.
by her brother Denward Morgan, trip to the smoky Mountains Mrs. Donald Killebrew on The gifts were displayed In a
She selected for her wedding s Mrs. Gray was wearing a yellow Thursday night. March fourth crib decorated with blue satin
gown of traditional white satin wool two-ploe suit with beige acceesortas. Spring flowers were placed In Mrs. C R. Baas received the A
The bodice was cut on fitted lines Her' corsage was the the living room. The refreshmenttable << tint prise for the game a nursery + 4
orchid from her bridal seat. Mrs. Bell received
and featured a yoke of lace with bouquet was overlaid with a hand QuInton
sequins and pearls. The gown was Out of town guests were Mr crocheted cloth over green linen the second prise a bottle of per
fastened down the back with and Mrs Malford Morgan and a floral design of white and green fume, and Mra. Bass the third
small satin covered buttons as daughter of Orlando: Mr and spring flowers were placed In the prise, sliver diaper pins All the
were the pointed cuffs of the long Mrs. J. W Silas and daughter center Silver trays of canapes prises were given to the honoree
, Mrs. E. E. Stansel and Miss U. ),
"+ flttde sleeves. Prom the waistline sweet cookies, and compo&of
Gladys Morgan. Mr and Mrs.J. J r .i
the fun skirt was enhanced with Mr*. I Ifrglrr ., v
Wiggins and daughters, and Mrs P
L. L. Smith all of Jacksonville, and Mrs Wayne Lone all of Llw Good Will hostess
.' BLUE UISTK Mrs. W, R. Vann and daughtersof Oak Mrs. Rachael' healer was hostess -
( McAlpln; Mr. and Mra. Eaton Mr and Mrs William Hubbard to the OoodwlU Club las
Umc'l' : Williams and sons of Madison: Gray, parents of the bridegroom, Tuesday at her home. The devotional des 4w
CARPET .._ !...... Mrs. Mary Baker. Mrs. W II entertained members ef the wedding was. given by the hostess.
Gray, Judge and Mrs. Rce party at a rehearsal dinnerIn The next meeting will be In the
........RaM o.--t U. .. F___ Brown Mrs W W, Dempaey. Mr the Blanche Hotel dining room home of Mrs. W W. Hunter" on
and Mrs. Kenneth Long and Mr on February II. March !l.C r

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Merrill Cottage I Construction Begins On Diagnostic Laboratory Hancock ServingAs I Cancer Workshop Held

Dedication Set Director Of

For March 28 State Croup .

It's a long way from Wall Streetto County Commissioner Lamar
the Suwannee River, but the Hancock said here Tuesday that
gap will be bridged on March 28 he would miss the regular meetingI
when a $50,000 residence cottage I I of the local Board of County Commissioners
is dedicated at the Florida Sheriffs 4rA Saturday for l he would
Boys Ranch here. jf be attending a meeting of the
The Boys Ranch, a home for r I. board of directors of the state .
needy and worthy boys supported j association of county commissioners -
entirely by voluntary contributions .t I of which he Is a member.
Is located near here on the 1 Hancock represents the 13
banks of the Suwannee: and, the counties In the ninth congres-
2:00 p.m. dedication rites will 't 1 sional district on the state board
honor the late Charles E. Merrill, and said he felt It Important that
a former "country boy" from he attend he meeting to be held I. o-?,
Oreen Cove Springs, Florida, who In Key West this week end.
founded Merrill Lynch, Pierce, I Up for discussion Hancock
Fenner and Smith, the world's i stated Is a request by the association .".
largest brokerage firm. I that all of the seventh cent '
State Treasurer Broward Williams I'I gasoline tax be returned to the Among those attending the all-day workshop at the club een.

the featured speaker, will POUL I counties, rather than continue the ter of the Happy homemakers Extension Club Tuesday were:
be Introduced by WlnnDlxleStorea & I I I present plan of giving the coun- standing left to right Mrs. J. W. Platt Mrs Etbel Perpl,., Mrs
President A. D Davis, a ,'. "J I I ties 20 per cent and letting the Ross Boatrlght. and Mrs. Rode Wads worth; seated left U right
close friend of Merrill! and a trus- 1 State Road Department spend the
.4 I Jimmy Platt. ;Mrs. Wallace Boatrigbt. and Mrs Carl Trestler
tee of the Boys Ranch. Davis was DIAGNOSTICLAB remaining 80 per cent In the
4: The workshop was held &. make 1 bandages for tbe American
responsible for a donation from county
the Charles E. Merrill Founda- : Hancock said county commissioners Cancer Society, Democrat Staff Phots)

tion which paid a large portion thruout the state believe -
of the cost of the residence cottage SI icDcp tlmcnl DavcicotiNEa, they can secure more roads for '
r ? f fTO the 80 per cent If they are allowedto Pine Level
Ajts o/AHtcuUucc <- Cc, >< H Bf
Representing the Merrill familyat i ? y .... spend the money rather than
I BiB m .v B\ .
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state spending.
the rites will be Mr. and Mrs. continue
Mrs Gordon Keeling spent Saturday night and
member of Sunday with
becoming a
Robert Magowan, of San Francisco Since
with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Misses Faye, Louise!
Tuesday ,
Calif. She Is Mr. Merrill's the board In January 1963, Han- and Joyce
daughter and her husband Is cock has made It a point to always Holmes. Hayes
Misses Louise, and Joyce Mr and Mrs.
Faye Drew
chairman of the board of Safeway be present when the board Holmes
month meetings Hayes spent Saturday afternoon were supper guests of Mr. and
Stores, a large supermarket chain.A held Its twice a
free barbecue provided by Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner turns z shovel of dirt signifying the beginning of construction with Beth Ann Lepper. Mrs. Willie Howell Saturday
friends of the Ranch will be on the animal diagnostic 'laboratory being built here by his department. County Commissioners Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson. night.
served at 12:30: pan and the public Curtis O. Humphries, Lamar Hancock and Laure B. Roberson are shown left to right as Conner Funeral Services and baby of Cherry Lake spent Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hayes and
Is Invited. does the shovel work. (Photo By Dan Stalner) Saturday night and Sunday with children of Cross City spent Friday
Mr. and Mrs Harryq Lepper and night and
The Merrill Cottage with facilities Ileld For Saturday with Mr
for 20 boys and a married, Sunday attended services at Pine Level and Mrs. B. F. HI)''.
couple employed as "staff par I Cancer Crusade Doyle Conner First iMru. Reed Returns Church Sunday night. Mrs. Marvin Alderman and
Aaron WilliamsAaron Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry daughters and Mr.
ents" will increase the Ranch To Use AirportTo and Mrs
For Education Meet
of 100 and Mr; and Mrs.'W, L. Olive and Jewel Hayes and children of Live
capacity to an all-time high
boys and make It one of the lar- Workers MeetAn Commissioner of Agriculture Mrs. Gordon O. Reed returned Oeorge Williams 57, resident sons were dinner guests of MrsLucille Oak spent Saturday with Mr and
gent child-care Institutions In the Doyle Conner goes the home Monday from a two week's of this county for the past ; Olive Sunday Mrs B. F. Hayes.
state, Instructional conference for honor of being a passenger In trip which took her to Buck Hill three years and an employee of Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Keeling
workers who will conduct the annual the first airplane to land at theSu..nnee Falls, Pa. As director of Christian the county road department, died visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes
Cancer Crusade In this coun- County Airport. The education of the Advent Christian at the local hospital March 1) Sunday afternoon DO YOU HAVE AN
A balanced life Includes work, ty was held here Tuesday morning landing strip at the facility was General Conference, she attendeda Williams was born In Georgia Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and
recreation meditation and study In the office of the county Farm completed last week. Turfing meeting of the cooperative cur- December 13, 1907 and was a eon. Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs L. P. Alcohol Problem?
Bureau on Cowling Street, The and lighting remains to be done riculum development a committeeof member of the Independent Bap- Fortner, Mr. and Mrs. B. F Hayes We now have In Live
before the Oak
Rev. William V. (Bill Pierce who airport will be completed representatives from 18 denominations tist Church of this city Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wilson, and
BIG will serve as this :year's crusade planning a new program Funeral services were held Sun- Mrs Eula Alderman spent Sunday an AA Group ready to
chairman, was in charge of the Conner flew her In a state of Christian education for day afternoon at 3:00: prn. at In Hollapaw. with Mr. and help you
All Night Sing session. plane to attend ground breaking their various denominations. She Stllson Oa. Burial was In the Mrs. Leslie Parker, celebratingthe WRITE
The drive will be conducted ceremonies at the diagnostic also attended the committee on Lane Primitive Baptist Church birthday with Mrs Verna P. O. Box 591
during the period of April 6-12. laboratory bring built her the uniform series which plans Cemetery. Parker. '
Instructions and materials for for his department He was a the lessons widely used Interde- Survivors Include the widow. Mr and Mrs. Rufus Baxter LIVE OAK
Sat., March 20 making the campaign were discussed I guest at the Rotary luncheonand 'nomina tlonally. Mrs. Williams Live Oak: three visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fort. OR CONTACT YOUR
and distributed spoke at the ceremony that Accompanying Mrs Reed washer I daughters, Mrs Vtrinea Page ner Monday morning Physician or Minister
Columbia High School Leon Olll Is president of the facility saw work here begin on the state little granddaughter Melanie Blltchton. Oa, Mrs Virginia Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent
county chapter and Mrs. T. J, Anne Mitchell daughter of the I Hodges Savannah. Ga, and Miss
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late Uh
Fletcher Jr. of O'Brien Is secre Elisabeth Reed Mitchell Diane Williams Live Oak; three
Lake City tary. Mrs W. II. Laughlnghouse Card Of Thank While Mrs. Reed attended the sons, Aaron J. Williams Canal YOU ARE INVITED TO
serves as publicity chairman. We the family of Mrs. Julia meetings' Melanie visited with her Zone, Charles George Williams,
Division chairmen and the Barfield wish to thank our many uncle' and aunt Mr. and Mrs Blltchton, Oa., and Aubrey Williams REVIVAL
Featuring groups they will direct are: friends for the food, flowers, and Doke Mitchell of Cherry Hill, N. J. Live Oak; a deter Mrs. SERVICES
Mrs. Tom Cheek business; Mrs visits during the a Julia State nine. Ga. bro
, illness and death Lee. ; a
1 ,t TK ..Tr..vU*'.. Q_ .\.. 111. M. Butt**, ....\' a..a et our motrm. May Oo4 MMM Nearly a fourth of the world's ther. Robert B.: Williams, Live CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
I Journeymen'* Quartet Bti t\ti Dun 14cCame\el', aprctaV each of :you la our prayer. Iron reserves lie In the Bra'Uan I Oak; and 10 grandchildren.The .
Happy Harmony gifts; Mrs. Joyce McCall, rural I State of Mlnas March 29 4
Boys Mrs, Owen Robersonand Dens The bulk James B. Daniels Funeral April
Happy Trio areas; Mrs. W, R fill Branfordarea Family 1 i.01 the ore still awaits the miner's I I I Home of Live Oak has charge of II Services each evening at 7:30 p.m.
J Wellborn; and area Mrs T, J. McKeithen, Mrs.and Laure Family B Roberson I pick arrangements Re" Bert E. Wheeler Will Be The Evangelist

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: I Named President Cancer Workshop Chicken
Fry Tonight rlIere
r Held In Wellborn At Garden Center And There I

I Mrs A. D. Chambers, eommunl '
, Tbd Lire Oak Garde Club
J WOM ty health chairman for the Me- Inc. Ia sponsoring a Chicken Mr. and Mrs. David Marlines day where he was an overnight
N Alpln Club, held a cancer bandage Fry tonight (Thinaayt' ) from and daughter. Luanne. have returned -,, guest of his brother, Bill, a senior
9 workshop last Thursday with I to S ..... at the Garden Cen to Oklahoma City after at PSU. They were joined Satur
fourteen women -working. Miss, ter. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eaford Har- day afternoon by their parents
Ida Jo Harrison was a luncheon rell and In Anderson S. C. with
CLARA S. WADSWORTH. rreMratlei af the feed will and all attended the family weekend
Society Editor 1 1f nest. k. ender the direction .f Sa..,. Mrs. Harold Nichols and baby presentation of the Florida
Seventy-three large bed pads 40 Iff Doae MeCallUter. Cathy. Mr. Marlines just returned State University Flying High Cir
Dobbie Brabham Feted With A Tea 1. x 12 and 125 down 4x4<< gauss Tickets nay b* purchased at from Brasll. 8. A., for five cus.
dressings were made during the. the door months U.
Saturday Afternoon At Methodist Church workshop hours. Proceed from the will Eddie Slaughter son of Mr and

Miss Bobbi Brabham, bride-elect of April was th U. ke- used t. tile. the fleer supper at the Mrs. Wm. Randall Slaughter,, left Can! Of Thank
I nspiration for a tea Saturday afternoon in the Fellowship Happy homemakers Center by train for Tallahassee! last Fri. We want to taJr. th'a' "..nne-
I [all of the First Methodist Church given by the Women' tunlty to thank each and everyone:
Society of Christian Service and the Wesleyan Guild oJ r JNil Hold Meeting Garden Circles Mrs. Clayton Church for your kindness ahown us in the
I h* church. ,from three-thirty. until five-thirty. Miss Ida Jo Harrison,, county sickness and death of our brother
agent for the To Hostess
Tne K. taDle wu onrWQ "ltlI extension homemak Meet Friday Monday and uncle Johnny Rye 8r. I
itn Imported white cut work linen J Marvin Phillips were in charge ers service met with the happy The Live Oak Garden Club The Alice Oaventa Circle of the Thanks for the food visits, and
loth. A high cut glass compote of the decorations. Homemakers Club on March 10 at circles will meet in the following First Baptist Church met with I prayers May the Lord blear each
featured an all white floral design Floor hostesses were Mrs. Joe the club house Miss.. Harrison _homM__..n. -II'rltfa...-_ _at. 'h...._""' _-.IIoJ'........_. _..._ tetra C. W.. Clayton Monday .ft -r. Af rill tft our nr va..
of gladioli! roses azaleas, and i Cundlff. Mrs. Prank Sperrlnt., ,I presented the program "Arrange Malta Circle! with Mrs. George noon with 13 membrrs present.: Mr. and Mil Drew Brannan
lilies of the yal1e,. Accenting the Mrs. O. B. Lord. Mrs. L. M. Kent,, Mrs. James W. Stredhry. the ment Of Furniture" which was Allen and the Dogwood Ore The chairman Mrs. John Per and Family.
: design were white butterflies Mrs. Tom Radford. Mrs. Loud former Miss Jane Len,. .*...h- followed with a discussion on the with Mn. Jack White. ry presided! over the meeting Mrs U.
" tinged with pale pink hovering over Tedder. Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., tent Mr. and Mrs Wertk Long proa and cons of current trendsIn The Camellia Circle went to W. M. Jemlgan. program chairman -
the arrangement. At one endf Mrs. Jack White. Mrs. J. D. Henry .f this. eoa.t,. woes rrtrntly home furnishings. Rslford on Wednesday for their gave the program "Asurn- Card Of Thank
the table was the cut glass Mrs. Randolph Ual. Mrs. Lee elected to a ..-,,,... term .. Attending the meeting were meeting, to study the prison gtr !rag Personal Recponslbtlltlea" I wish to thank my friends
punch bowl of coffee frappe. Two Brown. Mrs. O. B. Ross. Mrs. Perry pmtdent ef the Satilla Garden Mrs. Wallace Boatrlght. president, dtns. with several circle members tsk- family. and relative. for flowers,
I .seventeen 'branched floor candelabra Holmes. Mrs. Rich Capell. Mr s. Club In WarerM& Pee. the past Mrs. Roxle Wadsworth. Mrs. J. D. The Redbud Circle will meet on log part. cards, phone calls visits and
V. J. Smuts Mrs. year, she served Ross, Mil Waldon Platt Mrs. J. the fourth During the social hour the hos '
holding white tapers and entwined T. J. Kennon. M secretary sf Tuesday night In the prayers while I was a patient in
. Mrs. Robert the clnk. C. Qrtner. Mrs Ethel Peeples and home teas served birthday cake and
with Ivy placed behind Bruce. Mra. Prank of Mrs. PhU Townaend. the John D. Archibald Memorial
>ke table completed the table Flitch Sr. Mrs. Virginia Wynne Mrs. Rlerdley wm aeeendaward Mrs. Carl Treasler. The program for the March party sandwiches with coffee Hospital In ThomasvUle Oa. I
tecorstlons. On the table were Mrs. Harold Sspp. Mn. L. M. In the Kali Flower Show Mrs. Ortner served as hostess. meeting .Is. "How Does Your Oar. honorlngMr a. R. H. Lundy, Mrs. will remember each of you In my
of Crews Jr. Mn. held. In November The club sponsored a cancer den Orow" W. M. Jernlgan. Mrs. Clayton,
.. ray petit fours and tea sandwiches Olynn Duncan. on a* ar- on landscaping shrub prayers
and compotes of nuts. Mrs. Roy Hunter and Mn. Bill ran(.m>nt Uti... Swamp Wa dressing workshop on March 16. b ry.Farmerette. and Mrs. John Perry, all having Mrs Henry Ward
!I Greenery floor baskets of pink Hasen. ter. She alas won rlbtens- with a March birthdays, Paid Notice)

t md.. white azalea and. pedestals Around slat. .-..ILA--- .-.....PI........ ...\.... two Mooms. Tinette Bryant Club Met
OIO1HS luver Candelabra with appointed hours. She .b a graduate .f 8tw a.
Ink tapers were placed around e a are Illfh Schl and was attire Party HonoreeMr. With Mrs. Scat
1 he room. I In 1-II Club work ...... and Mrs. Clyde Bryant The Farmerette Home Eaten for theFIRST
, The bride's book table was COy. Mrs. Jones EntreeIn Mrs. RUrdfey new .wI'S' hi honored their daughter Tinette, Ion Club met Thursday. Marc
red with an Imported embrolder- Sew in Contest WarrreM and baa two chlldrrn with a party on her seventh birthday 11. with Mrs. Reginald Scott Jr,
I d white silk organza cloth withn jj 'I James Jr, age 6. and Carl anniversary on March 12. Mrs. Otho Scott gave the devo
arrangement of Pint and white Miss Alice Jones. Home Service "e lI The dining room was decorated tion al.
arnatlons and azalea mums in aliver Representative with the Florida with pink yellow, and green bal Following the secretary's an d
compote gracing the table Power and Light Co. guest speak* I loon\ and pink azaleas for the treasurers revert hv Mil Roc. TIME !
I ,, er at the Junior Woman's Club 1IcsUpin Cotiitnunity occasion. nald
Mr* Joe Sharpies presided over Scott Jr, the business meet.
he bride's book. meeting Thursday night spoke to Club leant I usmes were played and re line was held.Members .
Mrs. L. A. Blackmon president the club on kitchen planning' and Officials I freshments of birthday cake, ice I present signed! a ge
I f the Wesleyan Guild greeted the arrangements. Miss Jones was In* L. M. Crews Jr. school board cream, punch, and cup cakes were well card to be sent to Mrs Nanc ty
nests and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips troduced by Mra. W. J. WlnburnJr. member and Leroy Bowdoln. su- served during the afternoon, Mrs I Allen.
try president of the W8CS. pre. fine arts department chair penrlaor of education spoke to the Bill Landen assisted In serving. Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave the FREE!/
anted the guests to the receivingne man. UcAlpln Community Club when Party favors of blow-outs bal demonstration on "Arrangtn,
: composed of Miss Brabham. Mn. Arthur Lawrence gave tbenotion.L they met at the Center<< Monday loons gum, and candy were given Furniture In The Home".
Mrs. Splvry Brabham mother of night for the covered dlah supper to each. Refreshments...,. served a t
he honoree and Mrs. W. B. Wit During the business session. and business meetlni. Mr Crews Quests present were the hones the close of the meeting.
lame mother of the groom-etect.Presiding presided over by Mn. Al Wilson and Mr. Bowdoln spoke on the !'N" sitter<< and brother, Katy and .
over the tea table the following slate of officers was Trends In Education In Florida Kenneth Bryant Debbie Drannar .
ere Mrs. V. J. Smuts. Mrs. Frank elected: Mrs. Roy Slemp pees And In The County. Becky Nobles. Linda Gall and Er Dudley hostessFor
'utch 8r Mrs. Glenn Duncan dent: Mn. Rich Capell. lit vice A. D Chambers, program chair win Thompaon Susan MrLeod DeiiionAtration: Clul 1 I

in. Randolph Mat and Mrs.a president; Mrs. Ernest Sellers man. announced that the April Teresa. Griffith, Debbie- Warne. -...- .._.. ... ..v.... ,........u".
frink Sperrinc. 2nd vice president; Mrs. Pomeroy' meeting would have al Its pros .JImmie and Johnnie &14 James strstlon Club met with Mrs. Barney .
Mrs. Warn Plttman providedhe I Carter, recording secretary; Mrs. co-operative cattle feedlne.gram Parnell.! Denton Carmichael Dan Dudley on March 6 with all
.rnuslc for the tea. I Vfittnv W.r.4.err. ilwMln..eI a program being IntlatH In Li. tel Blnkley. Vickie end Dart Lan. members and Miss Ida Jo HAMILTON!
rotary; Mn. Oeor.tnw. I fayette County. A den and Greg'
Mr, iacK: Ferule, Mrs. i* n. covered dish. Oranthsm.SFa present.Mrs. .
lackmon. Mrs. Frank Futch Jr"rl. er: and Mrs. AI Wilson and Mrs. supper would be held aloe at the as Louis. Berry prealdrst! ove' EACH
O. B. Lord. Mrs Rich CspeM.ri. Reginald Scott Jr. board mem April 19 mHUn,. Fred Has Is ,,h Tine I the meeting. Mrs. Dudley gave ,.
J. D. Henry Mrs. Tom Had bers. chairman of the club. 'the devotional y ELECTRIC KNIFE
ord. Mrs. Joe The club voted to aailst the S. The slash pine Is stlU the main- Miss Harrison You'l *b4
Sharpies, and Mrs. stay in Florida1" presented th e r } an expert the
Red Cross drive with rerCll'tltaUonam.
a house to program "Furniture Arrangements 4'r" first time
pros Y you use 'It. Make
Ma with all
canvas for donations. I IlaeleloC'kfJa". planted For' The Home", teen accurate
Mn. George Day wedllngs totaling hardly five per The slices of
reported on hoatens served! refreah
Mel I meat
Lent Week cent poultry
the spring fashion show which Is menu at the clone of the meetingSnartVe cheese cake
LATE MODEL to: be held Thursday evening April The Ida Haddock Sunday guide ''t and aU| you do i I.
first, at the Junior Hlsh School school ciua of UM First M..... ------ t Guaranteed B i )'ear...
1955 Thru 1962 Auditorium.It dial Church met .last Tuesday at .." 41 ... ...01ttwuc:..
STOCK CAR RACES was announced that Mrs.. the church with Mrs. O. P. Lane*
Wayne Long who represented the ford as hostess.
20 SATURDAY CARS NIGHT club In the district sewing contMtin Following the covered dish sap.per .8m tA FREE!
Perry on March 10 won third Mrs. A. R. RJcsby presidedover .
p lace. the business nweUn,. The
40 Drl.ateeI'c1.tod\ to attend the lesson study was liven by the WHEN YOU
Lap FeaturePractice Florida Federation of Woman's Rev. Splvey Brabham. iVOO i\ PURCHASE A 1965
Clubs State Convention to be held Cards were sent to Miss Myrtha
Starts 7:30: in Hollywood on April U-2J were TuU Oven Mrs. Robert White,
Race Start 8:30 Mrs. Al Wilson, and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. 8. T. Baseman hospital ebt"' TIlPPSR
Bump with Mrs. Ernest: Sellers patients. I/
JACKSONVILLESPEEDWAY and Mil BIO Rowland alternates. There were 14 members and one 1.0.
Mn. Charles Odom was a gv* visitor present. d
of the club. Mrs. Bill Ilowtand I Mrs. Joe HUI Smith win be bos LP-GAS
received the door PrII -. teat to the circle In API1Ll.ooklnt RANGEYOU'll
I A St. Patrick's: Day motif was i'.J --
used in decorating for Thursdsyl %
meeting and nontesses were U..... ..t
3rd Annual WUton Kane chairman Mrs.. r-'iir HAVE
Warren Tedder Mrs. John Wiggins >
Motorcycle Championship Mn. Walter. Mangrove, and J-CJ PERFECT MEALS

AMA Sunday SANCTIONED Afternoon Mrs. Lavaughn Nerbern.S. yap. Every Time!

oO Riders Expected
Time Trials 1:30Race Nundng Advisory and th.,'" so 'hl1

Starts 2:30 Council Will Meet prepare with this' Tap.*
The Suwsneoe County HomeNuntnc pan ran,.. Super rapae
JACKSONVILLESPEEDWAY Advisory Council wO Ur oven, four big Shalt'
meet Thursday, March 2s. al the N Simmer' burners and
Gold Leaf Restaurant In Live Oak. t iwlnf-oul' broiler all
I The meeting wffl begin at 12,IIPJW. fire you cool fast
and all members are urged to ? nomkal cook Inf.
be M stilt.
k Iatrsueennule SJWIJO Model MMfc

Savt $JD to $60 on ail thttt raaga


AND BE OPEN $209,95-SAVf $SO

ALL DAY SATURDAY Formmlng plus frt knit.n .


Does your family home :&tte: k "'"i.h'-!-*'
seem to be shrinking' Mey .
il uwnkat .
twimf ..
Langford Builders SupplySI. Visit ns and talk over a .....'.......,.**.. wish bolt..".
home loan or a home *.ft doe,. Nw Uitm that.
H ..+aaet "" ..No
SI. tUC. Pb... Ja.UTI improvement loan. .
W. know we can help M..MM7M

you. $23.9SSAYI$60pftf* *>. ,,,,,.

SEE THE ALL NEW MF 135 K_ IIoU.,....... K.IIIU ..,t.
j r.-- '''e. Nan. loll wrhh It.......

The 3-plow hoatler of the rotted new tractor breed ; I e e r w tevf *:> your prm ttl spring boat with :=;sl. r.-II: Isf.t/a.wish desk'.e./.

from JJIU N esiaey hssrwn. riMe.,...
UasMy-FerfQaoa_built to be the world' bestseller IIIoe fisSion Oft I""e wlott4 lode, Ss sdis g steps e.e Anse. ..,- ,..........
f With' ( tNcMp crwfty fT$>r<*4 tttVt e*.. barf end dn-. Iw..w,
new astd-cipacitjr Advanced Per nilST FTJIEKAL lightwsnns 'W sg ,..'-re. ".*... .J1tp16.

fu on System. new automated operating ease '; s." A Lo*. pretty tIft' iKsdet. BONE WHITE EXTRA SPECIAL
'aeoc'01 Liar Oak OFFER-FREE
Dew beefed-ap power new rutted twifhnesj. ; jet Tad Howard HMH' S..le OI-.w Wt of I beoufifyl Amhor
r. o BO ].. -Y- Htxhing fumbler.
Call for a demonstration today IALLBRinON UVV O4K' rU>KIO4Iniormw $10.99 I* peftrWrfirty t0 (h 'J'1:1D'J1Off'E: JaMnIIJJfUU opproit.
your old 004 or le
BROS. Federal iin... I-
hanS ."....
: rw.r.a 1 aaons .tIOIrprInUali Lass 1
TRACTOR CO. Crem Furl Of Florid
fntwtrt THE Havurr orfUTZX -- .../104U..u.. & Corp.
211 W. STH ST. 1 Faun sIIoe DEPT 'HONI 3G-2S7.


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HIGHLIGHTS Livestock Contest Winner I Gasoline Sales I Prizeuiinning Couple r I

I BT ', ', For January

Home Demonitratlon Agent f Are Reported

Price-wise and food-wise eggs !green-gray color. This can be cor- Gasoline sales In Florida during
are a bargain. Being plentiful on rected to some extent by placing r, the month of January 1965
market at this time of year, the hard cooked eggs in cold water. totaled 198,073,488 gallons, according
price is lower than it was in previous Also, the shell Is easier to remove, ? to a report released recently Mls
m o n t h s. Nutritionally MILDEW w by J. F. speaking, eggs are an excellent If you note a musty odor around tor of the Florida Revenue Com-
source of protein which is need the house, mildew may be the a '1t mission, the agency charged with
ed dally. cause. Prompt measures should be I, collecting the state's gasoline
When buying eggs look for the taken because once mildew spores ". ,\ ? ;, : :I': >: i;) J: taxes.
U. 8. Orade shield on the carton. spread, they are very difficult to / ''.'.' II,'' "ik': '' Dade County, as usual was way
... h Ii.
The grade shown indicates the eradicate. Cleanliness is basic to .. .t'( I .;''i1 It 1"jII, 'i I' ''J' IM1. out front withales reaching 34*
quality of the eggs. The grades preventing and banishing mildew.It \', :Jili ,I \ I, 899,264 gallons on which the state
according to USDA are, AA, A, B. is especially Important to keep i ': ..; : ; '; ) \ : collected I2.42U48.48 'In taxes up {r,
and C. These denote quality and closet and drawers Immaculatelyclean ,, ; \1'; .''... ,I.t, :( ': .; ,;:.:.:,,.., 4 from the $ collected in
all !grades come in different sizes because mildew is known to !'IV ,,. .1". January 1964 and the $1.983.948.. r gal
small medium, and large. feed on dirt. Even mildew-resis P" ', :" ,... .. 33 collected In Dade last month.
The top quality U. S. Orade tant synthetic fabrics can foster ., .' Other counties with sales over
AA eggs have a thick, high white mildew if soiled. ,> the ten million mark were Hills-
and a firm high yolk Orade AA Start by sponging closets garment : borough with 17.364.588 gallons;
eggs are good choices for frying, bags, and drawers with hot '" .' \I; Broward 15.452.497' gallons; Du-
poaching, or cooking in shell I soap or detergent suds on a regular r: i- val 13.911473 gallons; Flnellas.
Also U. 8. Orade A eggs are excellent schedule and by laundering, 12.036.888 gallons; Orange 10- w
for table eggs. The whitesare washables after every use. Make 722.855 gallons: and Palm Beach,
a little thinner and the yolks sure that storage space Is kept 10172.388 gallons.
less firm than Orade AA eggs. dry after thorough washing since Nearer at home Columbia County
U. S. Orade B eggs are satisfactory moisture provides a favorable en- led with sales totaling 1,880.781
for most other uses, such vironment for mildew. Ouard gallons over three times as much
as baking and general cooking. against excessive dampness in the as the 547.404 gallons reportedsold
When broken, the whites of these bathroom by spreading damp In Suwannee County, Taylor
eggs spread wide and the yolk is shower curtains washcloths, and County moved J. 08.051 gallons,
rather flat and enlarged. towels to dry after use. Madison sold 864,538 gallons,
In the V. B. Grade C eggs, the I Ventilation and heat are two Hamilton reported 166.460 gallons t
whites and yolks spread even wider other weapons against mildew. It sold, and Lafayette County was
than Orade B. The whites are 1 1 necessary, place a -bumldlf1trIn Johnnie Jenkins Is shown above with the Ilimpuhlre gilt he won down for 183,987 gallons
thin and watery and the yolks are I I damp rooms or the basement U this year's livestock promotion contest. Breeder of the animal Ollchrlst County was low In the
flat and easily broken. These eggs' and Install an electric light &ad resident.t Alabama Is shown with Jenkins (irhoto by Dan state with sales of only 97.373
are suitable for baking and other and'or an electric heater In any: gallons slightly more than the
I I Stamen
cooked dishes.With problem closet. Leave drawer and 112.101 gallons reported from Liberty
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker seems pleated with the fine Dane
eggs being good buys and ekort doors --ottUionally to County.
I gilt they took bemo neeatbfor having plated among the winnersIn
I I Ibridge
March Is National Etc Month include air. .le January collections made $29.-
this year'livetoak promotion contest (Photo hy Dan Stainer)
plenty of eggs in your fam- U mildew should gain a foot- 27U9 available to the secondaryroad
ily meals. There are so many: dif hold in spite of suitable efforts, fund of Suwannee County
ferent ways to prepare them it is brush off any: surface growth outdoors from the two cents of the tax fund of this county and
easy to avoid the monotony of so that spores won't be scattered p THi EDitoR that Is returned on a formula to 11240.21 to the State Road De-
serving them prepared In the In the house. Sunlight Is an counties for building county roads. partment to spend in Suwannee
same way each day : enemy of mildew so air and sun Dade County received 331154.97 County for maintenance and new tct 61
Remember eggs are high in pro I the affected pieces. Then launder ,I Live Oak. Florida Again we say, many, many for this source and Columbia roads.
tein content and March 10. 1965 thanks.
overcookingand washables in hot soap or detergent County got $34.316.74. C.
high in temperatures makes suds and rinse water bleach Dear Mr. Wadsworths Sincerely From the seventh cent tax, $2.- I
for tough whites and hard spots them If stains linger and dry As third place winners In the B. T, and Eula Mae Simmons 810.05 comes to the road and (School SappUM at MeCritnoii's)
in yolks. In hard cooked eggs, the them thoroughly Sponging with second annual Suwannee County .
yolk surface will often turn to a suds also helps to remove mildew Chamber of Commerce Livestock I
Promotion Program we would like
to take this means of expressingour
thanks and appreciation to al
IRRIGATION who had a part in any way in this
wonderful worthwhile program. .
COMPLETE SYSTEMS We are a happy family and :
want to say many many thanks
INSTALLED & FINANCED to the Chamber of Commerce and
all the contributors; to the peo 1 1tltlY ""
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: ple who undoubtedly worked long
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS and hard hours in securing such
fine thoroughbred Duroc animals:
and to the Judges who spent much
U S. ELECTRIC MOTORS time making their decisions. From
the depths of our hearts we are
happy to say thanks
rgrese "RACE,* AND.RACE"A.ND .>' 4 *****. e w. both certainly Ao appreciate
our nice gift of five such tine
thoroughbred Duroc gilts One of
them has already farrowed with
12 fine pigs, of which 10 are stll

This fine gilt Is a fine Inspira.
tlon to us to work harder In improving -
OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY our livestock and we certainly -
do hope that many other uyN
Farmers wll be Inspired to do the

HACKNEY BROTHERSPhone same good work: H F A

752-3161 from shoes handbags, luggage, 1 .N AN'I
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA and leather Items, since leather r
Is of the most
one susceptible '
targets for this undesirable fung : ,, __ ,. _

Phone Phone 362.2571 The first requisite of being a
leader in your community ls the _
ability to lead and the willingness
to follow


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.' Agrico FertilizerBulk

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,.- - V and prtcioo pMOKof-mind it provide It'a automatic J"', act. It's aaf.

Jo .' !\ It can be tacked away out of sight l beca... then'* no constant, het-waUn
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Your Needs--
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1f I In The Prize Winning Ring r- I* Winner In Livestock Contest


Pastor's Corner 4
Sutcannee" DemocratListed

below are new subscriptions 4 4h

WM. V. (Bill) PIERCE to the Suwannee Democrai
d and subscriptions renewed iron
I -i ;
Minister Live- Oak Church: of Christrsa.IDu March NEW S to SUBSCRIPTIONS March 12

Franklin B. Johnson, L. O. j
R A. Owens Angler, N C
i -MaD'lleareb for.and His way
; Dorothy Lou Lord. TallahasseeJ
nes with. Go* WhIle part Spiritual man desires to commune D. Clark, IU, L O 'f 'j
[the Bible could be described as with Ood. and the Psalms 1 Willie Slocum Branford .
Ph \
words of directed to contain what the soul I "f,
Ing man seeks Incoming [ ,_
d.nt J. W Lonelier Rt L. 0. .
n: and a part of the Bible may Into the presence of the Rossle J. Prather, Columbus, \ 1I
described as being words of I God of Heaven We behold our Os. I ",.,
directed to man: Psalms as soul turning naturally and easily SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED .
I division of Old Testament to these expressions of pure humility I Frank Collins, O'Brien
Ipture, more than any other ; and dependence. We see
Walter B. Roberts, OBrlen
\\t. distinction of the soul at Its (
has the cone greatest depth of
Stanley Scott Savannah Oa.
being In its C ....M'
words of man directed to deepest emotions Its Dave Kruger, Macon, Oa.
The writers pour out their greatest yearnings and Its highest Hugh Hunt !oiL, Washington, _!."''Ij.:
tights and hearts toward Ood. aspirations after Ood. In a Ky. d ;.t

If words furnish us with an peculiar way It speaks Its fears, M. U Wilson Rt.. L. 0.
standing example of man's : pours out Its griefs, expresses Its : Franklin P. Allen, Albuquerque, tiCN .)
ch for and experience with ; abiding faith and seeks Its spirit- N. Mtx. \'
living Ood. The Psalms five I ual nourishment In the great Ood Calvin C. Wilson, JacksonvilleFrancles

fleep Insight into the very soul Himself The Psalms area literary Wright, Rt, L. O

hOle who belong to God In record of a reproducible re- ir."'" A. J. Lord Rt., L O.
they hive given themselves ligion. All that Is behind these Eva Lee. O'Brien

In voluntary humility and outpourings of the soul can be re- .; t Charles A. Taylor, Rt., L. O.
lee. They who have thus given enacted by all men without regard B. E. Sweat L. O.
elves to God are able to to his station In life We recognise: r C. M. Sweat. Tallahassee i J'
In these >-J ..__ .__ ..,
Iey Him with deeper under- writings our own deepest w. Mrs II. L. Bell Jr, Jacksonville ,
and perception, which wants and our own searching after
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Garrison are all smiles as they moved Into
to bring them along the God: we hear those longings I .
tat Hise wlaner's ring to receive this fine Dame gilt for having W Skeen, Jasper
that only rather satisfy
toward becoming more like our can ; Curtis Humphries, O'BrienM
Wen a winner In this years contest.His .r
| tn an his W.Lranae we hear those voices of our own W. Earl. L. O .. 8

and scope the Psalms soul that are answered in Ood I' stedfast love U eternal and to meet this gracious stands a. Chester Jenkins added this fine IUmshire sill -I.'his swineherd
alone :
e most comprehensive book 1s the goal to which our love must creates the sense of sin. and yet by placing among the winners In this year's livestock eon-
In Job we see a man strugglingwith
Bible. It contains some- strive. No other book in the Bible sinful man Is shown willing to repent Card Of Iliankn teat
a few of the besetting problems -
of all the elements of thee more truly magnifies God and the and submit himself to God's We wish to express our appreciation -
of life but In the Psalms we
book. The deep feelings of Word of God: and no other book stedfait love and grace expressed for the food, flowers,
total with
see man struggling
men of God from before a pictures more clearly the qualitiesof In his law which has become alight and every expression of love offered
the total problems facing man NEW NURSING
i to the Exile are simply, yet the man who Is after God's to his pathway. The greatest us during the loss of our HOMENOW
and that
w* see man relying upon
fully portrayed In history own heart, who rises to spiritual good of man ls shown to be In loved one.
the Almighty for the small '
tarn of David the King of even maturity by replacing self with God's house, snd the greatest joy God's blessing be with you OPEN
est solution to the smallest problem
|1 1. but In the Psalms the real, never content to try to solve Ood. The Lord ls shown to be ever of man ls to be In God's presence The Family of 24-HOUR NURSING CARE FOR THE AGED

spiritual David appears It even one problem in life as a man willing to lend a patient willing I' The greatest sorrow of man Is to Corrlne Bwlley Registered and Licensed Nurse
re that we see him on his alone. Man struggles with his ,ear to the petitions of his ser be guilty of sin. and the greatest FIRKPROOI'.Alit CONDITIONED

> pouring out his soul to Cod fears, temptations, foes; he Is vants. hope Is to be forgiven and rehabilitated book the primary goal of is Reasonable Rate
tnltence. In thanksgiving In scorned and despised and from : The Psalms voice man's sense of In the Lord. The greatest to be In communion with God. WE INVITE: YOUR INSPECTION
assurance, for strength, 'orranee 'the depth of sin, humiliation and his dependence on the need of admission of man Is that Ood Is A book that searches the depthsof I

and for instruction In defeat, he rises to victory by the Ocd but Oodl requirements of great, majestic, powerful and that the human soul and lifts us to : STARKE NURSING HOME
man placed upon him for his own man b nothing so small that the bosom of the Father can never
power of the grace ef Ood. benefit and goad, must be net man ls surprised that God Is Interested be outgrown or become obsolete I lei I. roller. RPb.n.. Ml4111NT4MKK.
. BAKING FOR The attribute of God are tinnin,
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thruout the PsalmsRighteousness
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* Wordings Justice, mercy and
an even more Important truth of
HOT DONUTS ALL BAT which the writer returns over andover

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snneo Ave m-MM gracious and His stedt eat love Is
continually In the service of man '

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II Bcachvillc I Completes Traiating that as a community .we have not I Good Turn Ribbon Presented L Auditorium 8.000 ... ft.I
kept with student L
pace ability. 'w 6. These additions would adc
When I learn students here in the approximately 36.140 square feet
-- -- sixth seventh, and eighth grades to the Branford School and
We were glad to have good attendance Live Oak but hope she will soon are ready for math and science If for 680 pupils, a growth provide of

at Sunday School last be much better. facilities were available to teach 130 students the committee sincerely .
Sunday but sorry a few are still Miss Brenda Terry, student these subjects I can not help but feels will come to Branford)

on the sick list nurse In the St. Vincent Hospitalin feel we have failed the most valuable Q d ) within a few years
Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and daughters Jacksonville visited her par- asset we have by not providing : U 7. TIle committee Inspected the
.f Jacksonville and Mr. and ents. Mr. and Mrs L. C Terry, such facilities. a Branford gym and found the floor

Mrs Otto Townsend and daughters last week end. I thus am encouraged at the needs replacement and that a
of Lake City were guests of Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hemphlll \ )' ; : response members of the school need exists for additional bleach

the ladles parents. Mr. and Mrs and son, Wayne, of Gainesville, ;\:: : advisory committee are receiving ers.
W. H. Tidwell Friday. :' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- : '\.: f' on its efforts to find a solution Therefore, the committee makes

We are very sorry to learn that lie Beach Saturday night and ,. to school problems in this county, the following recommendations:
Mrs Marvin Odom Is a patient in Sunday. The Beaches also had as A recommendation concerning 1. That the new school to be

the Suwannee County Hospital, guests Saturday afternoon La- the Branford School has been tM built at Branford meet accreditation -

vaugn Swells and son of Cocoa, made to the school board and if standards, following as

Purchase) Order SystemAt and Jimmy White of Ocala. j; adopted the school there will be closely as possible the facilities
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason and second to none for a city of that outlined In paragraph five (5).
Suwannee High son Donald, were guests of their size\ 2. That new wooden floor and
Principal John Johnson of Su- sons and families in Jacksonvillelast Committee members are to additional bleachers for the Branford -

wannee High School said this week end.L. meet tonight and finalize recom- gym be Included In the new
week a purshase order system had A. Tidwell was a business CAMP MAY N. I. (FI1TNC) mendations on what to do at 1 construction.

been put into effect at the local Visitor In Jacksonville Monday. March 5 Seaman ApprenticeRay O'Brien and Douglass and the .
high school and that all purchases Rev. P. E. Day will fill his appointment R. Fennell, USCG, son 01 week following it Is hoped the
made by any Individual or organization here Sunday, Come Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Fennell 01 physical plants aspect of the task No.5

to be charged to the local and worship with us. Route 5, Live Oak. graduated can be completed with recommendations WVne Pittman recently named Boy Stoats -Ifhborhood was fifth high Individual, and

school must have a purchase order Feb. 12 from recruit training at on Nettle Baisden primary commissioner la shown above presenting the 1965 Boy Scout good David Paulk was ninth high man.

completely filled out and the Coast Guard Recruit TrainIng school and the Pine View tarn day ribbon to Senior Patrol Leader Ilwlmton PonraeDe of In beef cattle Eubanks was high

signed by either him or Mrs Copper BrightMany ) Center, Cape May, N J. elementary school A state teamIs Scoot Troop Ne. lit for the troop's work In the recent Goodwill man and Knight was second hlg/i.
lie will be assigned to of
Madelyn Baucom, school secretary copper kitchen utensils one now working with the local Industry bag distribution and pickup. Seeatmttter George OgdenIs Eubanks and Paulk are mem-
the Coast Guard unit
many or committee in determining the best bers of the Suwannee Senior
with colorless film coating
come a -
to technical training school. on the right. (Photo By Dan Stalner)
Johnson said he felt this .system over the copper to protect it a course_ of action to adopt relative Club; Knight the Lucky Clover
would help the high school in from discoloration. This Is apt to to these schools. Club: and Ooff the McAlpin Community -
Its bookkeeping: and also prove of chip and flake off with usage. Labor No matter how you cut it solution Cordle Is currently president of ment of the future he sees for Club.
benefit to local merchants. When this happens, it Is but to Shortage of our school problm Is the the. Live Oak club. wannee County as a center su-I The team will be accompanied

The principal asked for( cooperation remove the coating completely by major issue facing us and unless Parents of the 12 beef pork, and poultry to Chicago by Fred DeVane team

from Live Oak merchants bolllnsr the utensil in a solution of Causes Drop It solved all the good news that Lions and their wives .tudenta'i tion. coach and assistant county agent,
baking soda and water came to the front this week will attended the affair held Dr. T. L. Landers will be in and Kenneth Durrance. assistant
fade from our community, for Suwannee High School Cafeteria. charge of the laboratory and he animal husbandman for the Agricultural -
Farm Sales without good schools and chur- Seniors receiving certificates was also presented by Burch. I Extension: : Service.

. Prize Gttt For Winner ches, communities perish. were: Among other out of town guests Other counties participating in
Sales of Florida farm. product Perish the thought for Suwannee John Perry Alford. son of Mr here for the event were Sheriff the contest and the place earned

r during the last quarter of las County. and Mrs. John Lee Alford. Ed Yarbrough of Baker County were Lafayette second; Leon
year dropped per cent below the Terry V Broughton, son of Mr and Representative Homer T. third: Eacambla. fourth: Jefferson

comparable 1963 period, the FlorIda No.2 and Mrs. C W. Broughton. Putnal! of Lafayette County fifth; and Levy, sixth.
State Chamber of Commerce David Wood Chandler, son of .
in its Business and to all our people.
reported Weekly Mr. and Mrs. Dan Chandler.
Review released yesterday. The Jacksonville man said the Walter Darwin Duncan Jr., son No. .f Nn. fi

"This drop is one result of the Intellectual talent the honored of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Duncan. pated will be recommended.Jones rating by playing Richard Bowies'
Inadequate of farm labor students possessed Wa.l. divine Mr Minstrels March. Clifton
supply Clyde Arthur Ellis, son of told of the Wil
o.ii for the trade gift What Is done with It rests state team liams' Dedicatory Overture
harvesting" body
and Mrs. Clyde nils. that came here to assist his committee and
emphasized that "during :, now with each individual. of Oeorge Gershwin's
adding Howard Randolph Law* son and the headed Second Pre-
one by
Dean Lastlnger spoke much in
these three months alone crop Mr. and Mrs. Claude Law. Hatch[ In the studying what can lude as their concert numbers. Insight
sales 23 million below 1963's the same vein saying that there reading the
were Brenda Dawn McKeithen best be done with UM downtown group handled
last quarter I. no way yet devised to measure H. L. two unknown and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. school complicated
complex. He said the team
"The first half of last year character, motivation determination McKeithen. selections In fine style.
and wisdom. While__ testA.____ have.____ would meet with the full committee Soloists
different situation -
represents on
winning honors
Harriet D. Nobles daughter Of superior -
the next two weeks
L however, if with the shown that the 12 honored students Debbie
compared Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nobles.Virgil and plans would be finalized for were Gilmore flute;
first six months of 1963 which placed among the top 20 percent Warren Page, son of Mrs. these schools shortly thereafter Mona Patterson. French horn;
were still experiencing freeze ef- of Florida's 60,000 high Mildred Page.Richard and Amy Zlnober. flute.
Taylor and Fletcher said their
fects. An unusual 28 per cent gain school seniors, the attributes Barry Robins, son of Excellent ratings went to Janet
Ib'r; needed to put this talent to works committees are conferring with ,
in sales chalked at half' Broughton
was French
up Mrs Ivy C. Robins. on a horn and
patrons at O'Brien and Douglass ,
year point, 1984. which is not a personal matter and one only Richard Randall Townsend son to determine what should be to a brass quartet composed qf

wholly realistic because of this I the student can solve. of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 8. Townsend recommended at these centers. I James Rstliff. Walton Weaver, '
freeze-shortened the The former Suwannee High Raymond .
crop previous Coryell, and Charts
student and graduate told of his Several meetings have been held .
year. Mary Elizabeth White, daughter they reported, with patrons and
"The full calendar year 1964 struggle to get an education and of Mr and Mrs J. O. White. committees at each site. I The clarinet quartet of Nancy I Ii
also stood ahead of 1963 becauseof stated that any student who i McDonald Jeannie
Townsend was the high scorer The physical plant Poole Calvin '
the large gains early in the wanted college training could ob- Rouse and OaH
among the 12. Five of the 12 mittee under Dekgal. and a
year. All told, sales of Florida tain it provided the desire and made over 450 on the test, which Louie C Wadsworth IUb-com-/I soxapbone quartet-composed of I
farm products came to $1,015- were sufficient. would place them In the top 10 tonight at 7.30: pjn. In Linda Warren. Libby Brorsen. t
Strength develops from
080.000 last year, 14 cent stressand ahem and
up per per cent of seniors In this state's porary library In the old Armory Hunter John Boat-
strain, Lastlnger said and
compared with a slight drop na- Ugh school right gained a superior rating for
the manner In which students It Is hoped will be able to
,. their performance
"Trw florid flour was mats with Intellectual gift, meet draft a recommendation to be The hush score and rating made
these tests from No.3. presented to UM full IS-maa commute
I up of 1239.926.000 from the sale a standpoint of I by the band at Oainesvtils lass
of livestock products and $779.163 .- time and Interest will determine nods but will be equipped to handle I the 'following week on these week makes It eligible to attend

.000 from the sale of crops Including their future contributions to so- other livestock disease probems. / two schools. the state contest In DaytonaBeech
Chairman Clarence IL RatUff
fruits vegetables, field elety. later this
crops, flowers, turf, land- Cling statistics, the dean said Other laboratories like the one,urged that the buildings committees a.No .
all other classes of crops. The that only 12 per cent of this na being built here are now established complete their work so the
livestock total was a shade over lon's youth completes college at Dade City Miami finance committee can and will 7Requests

1963 and crops were up 19 percent training and that only 80 per cent Springs, Bunnell Callahan. and nave aenniu recommendat1onll, for 1)01.000 for community -
of' those on which to base action programs' for 0uwanntt -
All figures are from official, scores In the range Cottondale with the department'
though preliminary, reports." of 1 those being honored go on to main laboratory located at Klsslmmes rations as how best to meet the County haw been sent to
graduate from college. He admoru where five departments needs. Washington, Crews said as part
Participating In the discussion of the OEP program to help communlUee -
Ished the students to go on, saying and full facilities are maintained.
Plant Pyracanthag At that If they failed to do so not The commissioner pointed to In addition to those named above such as Buwanne Coun ;
only them but this nation wouldbe increased demands for beef pork were Vice Chairman A. Jack Phillip ty.
Dowling Park Home I losers. and poultry In this state and aid ; Dr. Donald Burch Clarence Suwanne County's 1944 Man of

The Suwannee River Boll Conservation Certificates were presented to this area of Florida had a real Ooff. Pomeroy Carter, Paul Johns, the Tear said prospects wen
Breeder Douglas of Alabama hands registration papers on this District has furnished each student by Reginald ScottJr. potential In production of livestock and Fred Jones.L. bright for soybeans to replace
fine Hampshire gilt to Fred Allen his prize for having placed as a 100 Pyracantha to John Moxley, ? program chairman for the and poultry. M. Crews, Thonis Barnett some o( the revenue bit. by farm-

I winner In this year's livestock event. farm manager at the Advent event. He was assisted by Principal Connrt pledged the constant and Eustace A. Collins, members eR to recent cuts tn tobacco

Christian Horn at Dowllng Park, John Johnson and Superintendent support and help of his department f of the school board; Superintendent acre.... Hs said results Indicatethe
for observation planting Henry M. Folsom. Bill to the county In devetop- Henry M. Folsom Supervisor crop can be grown here profItably .
Award For Winning The shrubs are to be planted In LeRoy Bavdola.. and BunrrVising and that markets for the
clusters with five or more In each Principal o.iC uu--de product art available
planting. Not only does this shrub Winner In Lltettock Contest also attended the meeting Another project on which the

furnish a seed that wild turkeys The report and rccommenda county agent and his assistants
relish but It also supplies cover I son forwarded to the school are working la a determined. drive

and food for a wide \'arletof I board on the Branford School: was to secure for BuwaneiM County
songbirds. as follows: this year's national Outstanding
i While Pyracantha Is not a new 'I The physical plant sub-c mmlttee Young Farmer meeting. Hs said
shrub In this area Its use In mass i of UM Suwannee County he would present this county's bid

plantings for wildlife Is new according I School Board Advisory Committee In Tulsa. Okl, this week end.
to John Hampton, soil I .t .:::. baa completed Its study of the 8uwann County has played a
conservation service technician.I ;; !' ". .1": < "1T" '. Branford School and submits the prominent part In this project la
: .
i \ : t.. following report: Florida having had six state winners
One of the easiest things to do I. ',I. '.' ''' ; ." \ 1. Further" Investigation served two state chairmen" and one
Is to start an argument and one ,, .. : .. only to confirm: UM previous national Judge In the past sis.

of the hardest things to do II to .. recommendation' that UM present years.Commissioner.
f stop one. I ..." -- high school building be replaced of Agriculture
: b.J'r with a new building. Doyle Conner la an bnprwnpw

No. 1 .;( 3. Branford now has a pupil talk commrndcd news for his
I .. '.1. ..:'''; population of 430 pupils. devotion to agriculture and Its
by County Agent 'r:' .
.. J' .
; .
: Io 3.
; The committee progress and said tat SuwannstDounty
reaffirmed IU
Paul Crews of the broiler project } : '. :;t'L: previous agent
soon to get underway could II : : .. reoommendaUoa that was rwognted as
4<< well result In a major economic .. .' "', ,''!' faculties at Branford Include one of the nstion's ......

breakthrough for this area for ';m; ,$ .. ". those necessary to pmtdt a & T McDowtn. president of UM
the ultimate potential of this project !'v",, senior high school. dub, prwaded and Dr. Joe DaY
4. The four served as. cfcatmaa.n .
includes a feed mill, a pro- '. :" elementary classrooms program
ceasing plant and a huge hatch music suite, gymnalortum. U.

ery. Add to this! the number of agriculture building lounge, and No.

firms that will be needed to cafeteria art sonsldered saUafae to .. tactr
: provide I tory for accreditation granddaughter perform |
services and and ads.quite
supplies and the In a darer revue,
outlook Is extremely bright.I I for 330 pupa Repots from OatoesvCD Wid-
was Impressed with Crews' following additions% at .
Branford lINda wee that Mil Busa bad |
statement that soybeans could art throne ftoOODmrlldfd not regained eordomow aDd

take up the alack In Income lost i, by patrons and faculty avmtwrs remains to a critical eendlUm
thru cuts In tobacco acreage and b and. art felt by this committee to Mr. Bush U expected to m.m j
k ( reasonable and adequate
poundage. Replacement of this barring onptleatlons, ne suffer
x farm Income is a must If the a. g elementary classrooms > ... a brotra .... fada111acwnUria1aDd :
400 .
of the f1. .....
economy county Is to continue e e.
k I regular classrstns
at an even pace.I tMOsq.ft. Th FMSI wen reported' 1st ttj

'\ got a thrill Tuesday night .. .1" ", .. Library. addition present fa- to Trooper fair eandnisn ThosapktM 1otcDIaF.said bt bad I

I when It seniors at Suwannet ... -,.'i.". emua adequate for only: 0 Nand a chargt: .g fcnpropcr passing .
High School wen honored for attaining ,.. .. .elementary. grades) UOO again 3eLAnother
.. ..n.
Win scores on the senior mishap, was fvportsd ]
placement tel that an high school ... .. and Chemistry and biology: lab by ThooBpktas that ........
seniors In Florida must take. a general settees lib vttti Monday wbsn a car drtvtn at ]
Whether UM test II fair good or J : sang epee 3.40 sq. ft Danny Kldd beaded east sn .UJ
whatnot ft besides the point for t. Commercial oottes 3, U. & M nmr UM Tae Call ...

the test Is a measure by which the f. tided with awe driven by A. *
state determines the Intellectual Homemaking sutto 3JOOsq.ft. Bremer

:- I potential ClI Its high school seni ThruwpstiM said that 1Rueg
1 JUsaar Jenkins gets Ute rtghtrattMi 'pipers si this Bassysalt on. The test given bIN to the coat CssssatsslMir and Mrs. Mania B. ..... ar* ..... Industrial Arts drpartsntnt to was BBaktag a left torn tote bb

, I : hew from Brerdw 0..,'" for bdag a wtaacr U Ute .......1 I same as that given aQ other r above wish UM Poland Cfcaaa gttt Uy was ka this ytafs ..i..... xo toetadt a classrooms\. and shop- drltrray and t.... into DM
livestock eo..pUtlo .. seniors in the state. ....***, OsMsslssUsjty Bon* was U* saly firmer I* whet IWheed. h. Admtnistrattaai* SNUB at UM [hid ant.

But I had a feeling ., shame ...n.. cote 3 JO* Dumsge to UM tees can vw. |

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il 'Win In Livestock Contest Suwannee High
News And Activities From


First Contest $ ,. ::4:4r
Br ROT SULLIVAN. Direete 'it :

Flay will begin in the Men to conclude the small games tour ., r ; Suwannee High's new track
Softball League at the Recreation namenU now In progress Oar ; \ ', team participated In IU first meet
Center on April 2 at 7:30 pan Strickland. Wesley BUaa. an 1 Friday at Branford. Teams from
when a team sponsored by Uv Wayne Nobles win compete In th I ,, .jt.) Lake City Starke, and Branford
Advent Christian Church will billiard finals Alfred Hutchlm '" '(' also competed. r
meet a team sponsored by Suwan- alias and Noblea are finalists li 1 .;L.\4i\ '" This U the first year of onanUed .
nee Funeral Home In the opening table tennis.The ''iiV 'J ',"; ,; .,,'/","" '. ,,, :. ;" ; track at Suwannee High
l betweeni schedule for softball fql. .. tt./ ""' ,1. ',;,\ .',. the following
wne. A second contest j ,.'m: : ''I': : : ; '" i" :' The team gained
teams sponsored by North Florida Iowa: ''4iIj I. I" .,..,, ,. '" places:
\ Telephone and We of Georgia In. Teama and abbreviations uaK, i! ." :": : ; .' John Bans, second In high
li' 't7:;; : ,
y lurance will follow at 9:U pm. below are Advent Chrlstla ,'m" jump.
Eighteen game will be played Church AC; Suwannee Tuners ",( '! 'i": .. Bill Cruse, fourth In the mile
r. by etch team this aeaaon with Home SPIt: North Florida Tele- ;"'II' l><,
games scheduled for Tuesdays phone. NFT: and Life of OeorglInsurance. :::. "lil.\ : ,:: run.Mike Bandies third In the 120

and Fridays thru June 1. No LOa. The first team "'. ....,:::;.,' yard dash
poet season tournament Is planned listed under each date play .t.t'I ,.,, ':.,;.:I..n..i.. [I.\;\t,' Johnny Hurst third In the 100
I and the league winner will :30 pjn.; the other game start "".,jr:,, yard dash and the broad Jump
\ be declared champion. at 9:19 pm.Apr Dale McCulIera, fourth in the
. An all-star team will be aelect* 2 BTH va AC 230 yard dash
,. ed from players of the four team NPT n LOa j fl t Len Williamson third In the
at th end of league play and Apr C LOa va ant discus and shot put.
games ararnged with out of town AC vaNFT ; Miles Praam third In the 440 Two fount farmrrt. dreg and Gary BrhoflHJ. look biro this
: teams prior to the beginning of Apr I LOa va AC 0 yard. dash fine Hampshire gilt .. their ,rtw for having rtnbkfd among the
1 baseball play 8FU vaNFT 'i' ; : F: -_ Steve Rushing fourth Inhe II alth. In this year's livestock ..n""".
.. Work on the baseball field wu Apr. U LOa va NFT 440. -
helped lit week by the loan of a AC va 8FK" Members of the team and the

roller by Clyde Musgrove and a .......ApJ.II.! NFT VI AC event In which they mill par.
tractor and barrow loaned by KIly's SFH va LOa tlclpate are: IT IS A GREAT PLEASURETo
Machine Shop. Apr. 20 NFT va SFII" \ John Baaa, high jump and 100
. Surf board activity slowed and AC va LOa. yard dash Se. Artificial) Dreed ing of Beef Cattle) Being .
. the area set aside on Suwannee Apr. J- 8FII va AC ... Mark dranberg. 230: and 880 re- Promoted In Suwanne County
I Avenue for use b1 surf boarders NFT va LOa
was reopened to traffic Friday. Apr. n LOa va SFH : lay.Bryon Mock. mile We Have Inseminated Cattle In Buwannee County Since USB.
I The hot dot cookout for fifth\ ACvaNFTApr. : ',\\! '",, :' Bill Cruse mile. w. Contlnae Offer This Service Today at Reasonable Prices.
I and sixth grade basketball team 30 LOa YI AC I' Mike Sanchet. 100, 230, ISO relay U You Want Artificial Breeding In Your Herd Just Call Us.
I players waa termed a success with 8FH VI err We Have Armour Oold Star fleet Sires and Noba Dairy Sires.
29 boys doing away with 10 hot May 4-WaasNrl'. .... ;: Harvey Ollmore, 180.
. dogs. Suwannee Laundry Cheek AC va enl "' ,. f. .r. Charles readen. (80. F. A. MCMILLANRT.
. Drug Kent AAW, and the Com May 7 NFT va AC Mlles Peaden. 440.
:. tnerclal :Bank stated they would Sri" va LOa n' ..,- Jeff Poole. 180.Ralelih 3. LIVE OAK PIIONE 342-29A1
sponsor teams next year. May II NFT vs SFH Brown. 880. mile relay. I
c John ChamUlaa of the Live Oak AC va LOa Mr. and Mr. Jack UH are plrtared akev. with lbs nne n..... Bobby Swing, 440 230. 880 re- ;
,I Drug donated a tennis table to May 14 SFH" va AC War Uw, reerivea1 ae their. artae this rear foe bating keen ......, lay
J the Center last week. NPT VI Wa t.... wise ... e4 ameng. Ike wID." .. the 1M*l.Uvr I Steve Rushing, 440, mil relay.
. Finis art to be played this May IS LOa vs SHI Johnny unt. 100 broad jump AIINOtllltEg
; week to billiards and table tennis ACvaNFTUay Dale McCuller 230. 180 relay DEALER
21 LOa vs AC Oak Dranfonl ToGrt Claarrttc Tu\r fickle Cordle, ISO
NFT Len WUllamaon shot put. disCu. -
f' Cigarette tax cotlectiona for the tat .hUe Branford will get $tat..
May JS LOa va NFT *. l>0 relay,
: If you were bon In AC va SFH month of January IMS In Florida n. Coy Hal, shot pub discus TfflOOUETV
I4.M9OOM, Rae Largest
amounted to amount goes to Miami
Cheney, shot pubO
.I MarcIa ol an odd May 2t NFT SFII va va LOa AC Morris, director of the StateBeverage down for ISOtutJl. Others to Graham high jump. f

I.: numbered year, renew June 1 NFT va Bill Department th agency. get over 100 thousand figure and Jam Daniels. 180 relay, broad
the taxreported the
charged with eaUwting amount the city will receive JO\\Ve
,r your 41ft....... lie.... AC. ve. LOa tale week Of tie ewOUDt. are Pan Laudwlale, Sushi la: Jump Juno Kani. ISO relay, 111. ,
ll.3Tl.1M20 *U ga to the ""' _.w.. '''',''''''a 1M. Pew I' crop Barn .... ,.
tola mouth.a .' t'eem'fond and ...,.. ""
:I Needed state general .OOUI; and T.mpa.j The IMS Mhedute follow
. No Hone the remaining |IJlT42tT. win >>20..2.... March It, Banta re, u......
: Reece Brown A new fashion favorite for be distributed to qualified ...* Nearby town and eltle are March II. Branford there, 2:30pjn.
young girl I* a pert vinyl plaits' iuclpallUe. down to get the following am I .
/ockey cap. It need only surface Live Oak and Branford share In ova: lake City, III.4UT9; IVr.ry I March 2.. Chlcfland. then ';.JO
COUNTY JUDGE sponging with auda. followed by: this revenue. Live Oak win receive ..,..*W; Madlaon. IIM70J, pm.
rinse-wiping to keep It clean.Barwlck I Il 1... 2.34 u IU share of the 'Jasper U.44ITI; and Mara March 27. Branford. there, 1:30:
I. The Town of be i.slr Beach Will March 30. Branford there. 1:30:
..0rt MrAlpin GinimunlljrMI get the lowest figure reported pm.
sub lloltb alert only M.71. No.. I Ceatlaeed en face lit

). Nanette Oreene war elected M
council delegate of the McAlpln
Community 4-H Hub to replace
. Ore, Bchofkld. who resigned' at THREE BEDROOM HOMES
's.eUnof the club held March
,.. I with n members two mothers, fIr"
Brick Veneer On Two Bath.
1. and two leaders praemt.Bnios or
.,. Ooff tMl the > Oonal
'" r t eIS with flag ptodgea being kd by FHA or CONVENTIONAL
r. John ...... American flag. sod Financing
- Gary Ooff. hilt flag Aubrey Ooff
reported en an el*< rte demon SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Ie MraUon given by Mia Jones.DrmorwrtraUon .
' "f were peen II Located In Edgewood Subcliviaion.

... oDows;: Olenda Haaa, tuna cav SELECT YOURS NOW
tIC rate: Nanette Owen vanilla warn
cake.: John .'1&1. assembling a Contact
!lit ir- p ti' ..rrla lamp: Wannte Fenmtt and Jane P
r nanchard. tidying lID a room.
BpwchM were made by the following W. G. MULLINS
. : Oanr Oeft history of
IDne '( 4-H} Jerry Klmrd. people and Phone 3622057A _
h activity In 4-H, aM Jane BUn-
chard why I kkc ..n.
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I* trw enough that enthusiasm provfaVe the
be'III drive n* *a ary to carry gentue to IU highest pekof
YN.1911/ war
Check-Up aeooraptwhanmt. Down through the sass many
I great feet maths hare rain short of fulfillment
h4 It not toea for the tanirim of enlliuaiauivor r' 5.aeeM l ere1ee
r R j If row pnrft"-"InjaaraUcn. er .peal whkh aueOysparka + .eMat eawr.
met Me wtomafelag*

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1 manUiM but lacking enthusiasm they are easily ZENITH PERFECTED PERFORMANCE FEATURESFOR
..aad Ws.d" the spent that Ihry c&nDoI4 and win
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nor an a Mrh ..... seal*. eathiaalaem for a
.. partlcwlar ndntoklng to ewr rfca4ay lira geMratoe a hMhysptnt -
roe *. two KXft nrton carpet and tat..wad which gels the >o6 dory laser and ......,. 1.0555 pes/esled
i He *,..,"< ,lM.'He*.4 at ..Mtina
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rMIget.ftllnded rhuaberud., loci Let UrYonr the advuatuity eI *Ma tttilng prwrtakms for pie mude at .uwaiMwwrentral
priced wool carpet Mare to.*. ****. Caeefltseo'agaMt $8.95 flame.jar. tU BOHUk. .. .OMIt An. Uve Oak. yea may eutouiotoMMSdnraUan .., *er 4 luaer OeU VU*. Ouefd U
Window AirCondltloo.r Ctmatdvr the CM* you awe. And pre- ma.nnd.,...MMoq wi t us .
normal home .ef tor wee" yean.Spots a,.4apOt I ride tat their coouauxt peace *f salad sod lhaofea.
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News From Branford I I Engagement r .Announced I Il Branford ,Personals --

I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fletcher and Mrs. Leon Hatch and family and
son spent a few days In Atlanta,: Mr. and Mrs Charles D. Williams
BY. MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCHAt last week. and son.Branford. .
.- ; Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs
/ Melvin Owens were business visitors Soldier
'. In
Home Near Branford Last Rites At In Jacksonville last Wednes- Readiness Test

tir day.Mrs.. Walter E. Long of Atlanta FORT HOOD. Tex. (AHTNC_
Golden Is
Wedding Anniversary Branford For I spent several days last week visit Army Specialist: Pour Perry D
( ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Turner 25 son of B. W Turner
Observed By W. F. Howells Dick FenderFuneral E.: Hatch, and other relatives. Route I, Branford participated
Lt. and Mrs Rual Chandler of In a live-fire operational readiness
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Howell observed their fiftieth services for Clifford Fort Bennlng, Ga, spent the week test March 2, while serving with
wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon at their home (Dick) Fender, member of the ,< end visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. the let Armored Division at Port
near Branford. The couple was honored with a reception.The Town Council at Branford and Chandler and Cathy. Hood. Tex.
home was beautifully decorated for the occa- owner of a grocery business there, Mrs. Lola P. Williams Is spending A wireman In Headquarters and
this week visiting Service Battery 1st
were held at the First Baptist several days Battalion of
sion with arrangements of yellow gladiolas, shaggy mums
her daughter and family, Mr. the division's 6th Artillery, Spec
Church In Branford Tuesday with
points and acacia thruout placed the living at vantage room ment table was covered with a the Rev. Allen Price, pastor of; l p and Mrs. R. W. Sherwood In MI.. ialist Turner entered the Army in
and dining room. The refresh- I gold cloth and overlaid with a the church, officiating Burial was ami. July 1883.
I white lace cloth. at 3:00: p.m. at Riverside Ceme- v. Mrs Ben Borders of Oracevllle He attended Bell High School
spent the week end here visiting and was engaged in fanning before
A large four tiered cake centered tery near Nashville, Oa. with the
June Bride the table. On each end of James B. Daniels Funeral Home friends.C. entering the. .Army.
the table gold candelabras bearIng of Branford In charge of arrangement D. .Williams of Newberry
p.-- Mr. and (Office Supplies at
,. spent Sunday visiting McCrlmont)
tall gold candles were placed ,;
4 ','.
The punch table was also covered Mr. Fender died Sunday following 'f,1'1"'f--"' ,.;, :I ...................._._._.uuh'h.........hhhhhu...............................
with a gold cloth and was over- a lingering illness at the VA t f.' "." : i .
laid with a white cut work cloth Hospital at Lake City. He was a :
Miss Janet Howell, granddaughter native of Georgia and had residedIn
of the honored couple, poured Branford for the past 18 years
punch from a crystal bowl. The Fender was elected to the Town .i
four tiered cake was Iced In white Council June 12, 1956, served as +Fr f, i 1 Ai II i r rII
and was decorated In white and president from July D, 1937. until &W&
gold and topped with a golden July 1960 and was a member of 1
fifty. the Council when death occurred.
M Mrs. W M. Howell and Mrs. E He was a veteran of World War
A Howell baked the cake. Robert II and held membership In American -
Bell did the decorating Mist Legion lIe was a member II '
Oretchen Howell another granddaughter of the Branford Baptist Church. I
of Mr. and Mrs. Howell, Survivor Include the widow, &LPiB
kept the guest book. Mrs. Estelle Fender, Branford;
Others assisting with the reception two stepsons, Herbert J. Oasklns *
were Mrs Frank Norris, Gainesville, and John J. Gaskns) ,
Mrs. Howard Cheney, Mrs. Fred Macon. aa: two sisters Mrs. Le-
Flssell of Branford Mrs. D W. ona Grimes, Lakeland, and Mrs
Roof of LakeC Ity Mrs. Alf Christensen M. L. Landrum Ft. Myers; and a
of Clermont and Miss Vel- brother Oeobon Fender, Madison
ma Howell of Pensacola, granddaughter Active pallbearers were Frank
Mr. and Mrs Mack Hunt of of the couple. Norris Bill Sykes Bob Fletcher,, Mr. and Mrs. Luttral Suggs of Branford announce the engagement -
Branford announce the engagement Mr. and Mrs. Howell have three Tommy MInter, W. B. Thomas and approaching marriage ef their daughter Lntrcnda
and approaching marriage living sons W. M. Howell and E and James Severance. to Leonard Allen, con of Mr. and Mrs Fred Allen of O'Brien. The
of their daughter, Janet, to A. Howell of Branford, and Wil- Serving as honorary pallbearers wedding will be an event W April S. at '7Jt p.m. In the Burlington
Gary Leon Avery, ion of Mr. bur Howell of Pensacola. Anotherson were Alex Purcell A. B Ware,, Church of Christ near Branford -
and Mr*. Leon L. Avery of Me- lost hid life In an automobile Hiram Hennlng, J. L. Humphries
A reception will be held at the home of the bride's parent
Alpln. MI8I Hunt It attending accident. Aubrey Fielding Ilebrey Smith
Branford High School. Mr. C. C. Howell of Jacksonville V. M. Moses. Roy Kelly, Jack Kel- following the wedding No Invitation are being aent bat all friend
Avery Is a graduate of Suwan- and Mrs Carl Allison of Lake I ly, and Ralph Lacquey and relatives are Invited to attend both the wedding and reception.
nee High School and Is presently City, brother and sister of Mr.
employed with the Uni- Howell. and Mrs. Robert Brighton Mrs. Ftilghiim Hostess Miss Slocum Honored At Bridal Showermints
ted States and Mrs. F C
Portofflee In Gaines of Jacksonville
ville. Almony of Tallahasee, sisters of For Bridge Club Miss Gloria Slocum brideelectof were served Mrs. W. E. .
The wedding will be an event Mrs. Howell were present for the Mrs D. L. Fulghum entertain. Sunday, March 21, was honored Smith poured punch. .
of June 11 at 8:00 pm. in the occasion. ed her bridge club at her home in with a bridal shower Thursday During the afternoon game .
New Magnolia Baptist Church The Howells have nine grandchildren Branford last week. Flaying afternoon at the home of Mrs. were played and prizes won by I
near Branford. A reception will and five greatgrandchildren. bridge with Mrs. Fulghum were Leon D. Hatch in Branford. Mrs A. O. Dorsett and Mr.
follow In the youth hall of the f Mrs. Lois Simon Mrs W. R. Hill Floral arrangements of pink Charles D. Williams Jr.
church. No Invitations are bring Mrs Howell is a life long resident Mrs. W B. Thomas. Mrs. Fred and white gladioli! and white pompons The honoree received many
aent but all friend. and relatives of this area. She was born in Jones, Mrs T, D MInter, Mrs. were placed at vantage lovely gifts.Hostesses.
I' of the couple are Invitedto Branford In what Is known as the Betty Pittman, and Mrs. R. O. points In the living room and dinIng for the occasion were
attend the wedding and re Kemp House She and Mr. Howell Griffith room. The refreshment table Mrs. W. E. Smith. Mrs. Joe Baker,
ception. were married In a room of this Mrs. Slsson won the prize for was covered with a white damask Mrs. R. O. Griffith. Mrs Tom
lame houM. high score and Mrs. Pittman won cloth and bore an arrangement of mlt MInter Jr., Mr. Lois P. WUUama. \
.Mr. Howell was both in Ith.1, the fun prtM.. t. k. wMUt. aa4kan4 -pern poiwj On and Mra Hatch. w r i
REPAIR SERVICE I. ., and moved to this area with Mrs Fulghum served her guests the buffet was an arrangement of Out of town guests Included y. !
his family at the age of 12. He apple pie, Ice cream and coffee gold fruit with gold candelabra Mrs. Albert Miller of Greenville
was tutored by a governess and bearing white candles on each mother of the groom.
attended college at Elon College with a navy blue band. Mr. Howell end. n
In North Carolina. He served In wore a black suit. Both suits Refreshments of lime ,sherbert Viet Nam la smaller than the
tONIJ the 1947 term of) the legislature as were tailor made. punch, cake squares, nuts, and State of Missouri.
representative from Lafayette Mrs Howell revealed that her
County. suit coat $18 and her husbands
Mrs. Howell attended school at suit coat $25. Also on display was i
Branford. the silver tray that held the wedding -
EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE After their marriage the couple bands for the wedding, the James B. Daniels
RATES lived In Branfbrd for two years announcement of the engagementand .
and then moved In IBIS to their
marriage of the couple the
PICK UP &; DELIVERY present home In Lafayette Coun marriage certificate, and a large I II I
All Work Guaranteed ty.Those picture of the house where the Funeral HomesLIVE
"I attending the reception couple were married. !
JIMMY'S were fascinated with the displayof Mr and Mrs Howell have al-!
Hydraulic Jacks old keep sakes displayed. The ways been active In'community OAK and BRANFORD
wedding suits worn by the couple affairs. They are members of the
Route 1, Box 228 were shown Mrs. Howell 'wore for Presbyterian Church In Branford
Now have
I BRANFORD FLORIDA her wedding a navy blue suit anda About 170 guests called during two radio-dispatched, oxygen-
wide brim straw hat trimmed the afternoon equipped ambulances on call twenty-

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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK THE REPORTor I Prize: For Winning I Branford P.TA Livestock Contest Winner I!

I Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketDemand 11 Holds 1 Meeting

The Branford Parrot-Teacher
was good for an classes IUI.OO-'IUO. Utility calves sold k Association met Thursday night
of cattle and calvee at the Suwan for $13.00-$13.00 and an overfilled in the school cafeteria. L C Da
nee Valley Livestock Market last Inferior was down to $6.00. A few via, president, presided Room
Wednesday Trading was active standard calve 125-250 Ibs.. sold count was won by Mrs Bob Bell
and all classes of daughter cattle at $$17JC5-$19 while utility grade second grade and the 11th rrade.
showed some price strength. calves moved at $1200-$1073 During the business session
Feeder-stocker steers were while Inferiors cleared at $900- Clarence Terry school principal,
weaker while heifers and cows $1373 announced that the summer program
were few. Calves were steady to Rog sales were up this week y u for student was being
'1.00 lower. with 121 moving to market compared planned.
Half of the 133 cattle and calves with 384 the pre\'loUlweek. Mrs Walter Roberts was ap-
sold March 10 cleared to atocker- Mixed grades 130-310 Ibs. and pointed to serve with Mrs. I. P
feeder account, while slightly over 310-340 Ibs. barrows and gilts Phllpot Jr. and Mrs. Olen Murray >
one-quarter of those offered cleared at $1620 Other weights on a nominating committee
were calves. Bales the previous and the prices they brought were Mrs Robert Weaver, public'I
week had reached 224 cattle and 340-370 lbs.. $1368.: 180-180 Ibs. health nurse in Suwannee County
calves. $1380. 140-180 lbs. $1300.: 120- gave a program on the dutiesof
Several of the price ranges 140 Tbs and 100-130 Ibs.. $14.50; a public health nurse and discussed -
quoted are probably poor Indicators and 80-100 Ibs.. $13.90. the home nursing program
of ,value due to overfills Most sows. 180-400 Ibs. sold < : .. In Suwannee County,
1lI' t
and wastey type cattle.A for $13.S5-$14, those from 400- '\ A movie. Almost A Miracle was
few standard slaughter steers 800 Ibs. moved at $$12-53-113. shown
brought U73-tl700 while one Boars brought $800-$9.35 and .:.:,'. : .
"utility cleared at 11440 one stag sold for $1100 .." Miss June Junior
A few low-yielding good heifers Medium and good feeder pigs .
.sold for $17-35-11775. standards under 70 Ibs. sold for $1200- I Club Speaker Thursday
brought $13.50-117; and utility $1723 Pigs 70-110 lbs, grading .\ ;;" '.';I' Mrs. W R. 11111. Mrs Fred ., .
animals went for mo-$1373 medium Jones, and Mrs R. O.
and good moved at Griffith attended --
One cutter moved at $13.73. $1400-$1700 while those over 110 \ the Woman Club district ,
There were a few commercialand Ibs. grading good sold for $13.00- )( \..: three sewing contest In Perry last
standard cows that auctioned $1800 ; ." i... Wednesday
at $14.23-11373 with utility .",. '" Mrs Jones entered the sewing t
grades clearing at 113.15-15.15. .1M contest representing the Branford
Cutters went for $13.00-114.30 and Revival Service At ..' ., ". club She made and modeled a f[
canners moved at $1100-113.35 ." .'ie...\. three piece red outfit. |
Church Of Nazarene
Utility bulls brought $1473-: .
$1723.; cutters auctioned for Revival services will be held .
$1373-$1473.: and one canner during the week of March 29 thru Hoxrinary!' HoiurninkrrM
went at $11.00 June 4 at the Live Oak Church
Hold March
Good calves were brisk at of the Nazarene. it was announced .. Meeting
$175000 and utility calves here this week Services will be .. The March meeting of the r
sold for t.OO-'II.OO. held each evening at 7 30 pm. F i l I 1 1 .id ". Rosemary Extension Homemakers
''iI mat held March 9 at the Community
Low to average good feeder- The Rev Bert E. Wheeler, pastor .':
stocker steers sold for $1300- of the Suwannee Church. "" \-. Center with eight members For placing the winners In this. year's liveU ....
$1$50 while standards brought three miles north of White TV' ___ one visitor, Miss Harrison, test. Mr anil 1'1.... Bernard ll..alm were awarded this fine Reese I
11400-$!$.75. and utility animals Springs and a former pastor of Mr. and )In. Saewde Lee look ever this Dvroe boar, theirs agent and four children present gUU
sold for $13.00-$14.73. the Live Oak church will be the I fer having been aa eng the winners In this. years uveeUrk eonlett.Suwannee Mra Jimmie Green president. .
Utility and standard heifers evangelist. The Rev. Mr. Wheeler presided and Mrs. Ira Klght read
Is the deotlonal.Aftfor program on furniture arrangenent refreshments at the close of the
moved at $100-$1400 while one now semi-retired and has
Inferior went for $1173 informed the Live Oak church Association Hall Family Reunion a abort business session. meeting. I
and low that this will his Miss Ida Harrison county home Mra Connell Thompson and
Inferior utility cowssold be last revival
for $1100-113.50 and one and that following the services Will Hold Clinic At Hranford Sunday agent gave a very Informative Mra Webster. Bailey served tasty (Offlee. *.**.Ue at MrCrlmMi'e)
The Suwannee Assoclatlonal ---------
standard cow-calf pair brought hen he will retire from the active' Vacation Bible School clinic will The w. A. Hall family reunion
II US. ministry I war held Sunday at the home of
be held here Friday. March 19. at
Standard and low good calves The public Is Invited to attend UrL Stepha Wood Stlnson In
Westwood Baptist Church the
weighing 330-400 Iba moved at any or all of the services. I Rev Truett Comer association served noon.Seventyone A .basket lunch was Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing

a Sunday School superintendent persons attended
said here this week. The event ,
Out of town guests Included Mr
will begin at 9:00 am. and conclude and Mra. C. H. Murray, Mr and I Special feature! make this heavy duty
r1 at 12:30: pm. Mra. T. J. Wood. Mr and Mrs
The clinic will be a conferencefor Dewey Stokes and family Leona I I t (1)) 29 gauge Calvanlaed metal roofing a u-
workers In thru intermediate
and will nursery be conducted bya I(all. Mrs. Lena Hall and Mr and parlor quality at a low, low pric.
Mra Johnnie Johnston and family -
state team. an of Jacksonville: Mr and
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PHONE $83-3111 Rev Comer said a nurserywould NfL Jesse Han and family of
A..... $ee-Cklldrea See-Tax latetoded be the provided conference for parents attending Valdosta. Oa.; Mr, and Mrs Or- -. .' y, W. B. HOWLAND

BOX OFFICE: BtJMMEK: SCHEDULE lyn Fletcher, Mr and Mra. Clay 4 8gnctat 4 + ), ia
Saturday Opens IS:IS-M vte ItN ton Woodward. Mr, and Mra a -t GROCERY '4
....., Tfcreagh Friday Opens In4M.vt.2S1WrnNPRn41' Cub Puck Enjoy. lets Woodward. MMM.. O.sws 1r4MWe.e .
Seven Mile Hike and family all of Perry: Mr, and ,eve Mao Road rfcoa. 342-1235
Mtar71 IT Mrs. Raymond Crew and Mr $. 11. ice. ur
Cub Scouts of Pack M In Bran-i and Mrs. Stafford Crews of V' a .f' OPEN 6i30 A.M. 'TIL 10.00 P.M.
JOHN WATNK ford enjoyed a hike Saturday Gainesville; C, W. Woodward of y i. The r* e Cress
THE LONGEST DAY morning The cube hiked seven Melbourne. Mr and Mrs J. L. gfltYt4C 1t, std 4. TM T* tee C*ere SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

('.\RTOOnnUIDU.FRroY mites. "Land of Cross City; and Mr and
Those attending were LaDonOwens. Mra Jesse Lee of Lake City
M'RMf ".1' Lee Hatch. Ray Beards-, -
ley. Den Chief Mike Hunt, and
ATRAGON Scoutmaster Jamie Slocum i

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PEOPLE Sponsor Car Wali
The Boy Scouts of Troop loin
Feature Ne t Branford win sponsor a ear wash : !
MAE>IV MILtm Saturday March 20. from '.00 S,5 -
THE DAY THE EARTH FROZE am to 1:00: pjn
The car wash will be held at
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CARTOON NF.W" I wish to thank my friend for

MAKTH 33-14 the aids vUlts, prayers and
TJrapY.WTPNt'D4T phone calls during my stay In the o, .
At'DIIC MntniY hopitaL L also, thank Dr. Dietrich
APACHE RIFLES and the nurses at the hospital. -

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Another Livestock Winner I I Provided aucb. ........, M I declared bid. 'Iu.u.aI .*...... aid ts plodd. the peraenc or damage to property or tat I
; Social Security I by a Slat or National officer ta pur.auant I. T* ._. the Charter _..... reulrlnc .........u. lI.d..... receipt. for nay say OaOBOmtO tom aUatOlBod. Bad baaed
-d ... _' to kl.* duty under Slats. or national oompeiltlv bids. en all wmtraata ,,.,..... maklpal .."....". OB s.1lic*n.. of say oater ...... writ- :
1 A qt law.. and pnnkaan ky tka City: I. ins... of .. T. provide for tbs holdlap of Cato ton .01... of the ...... giving th* time
.. To ratify, confirm, ..II....* ..adI..U. 11.000.00 to ,...101. for competitive lection an tk* flrat Tuwaday after th* Mi (........__ Wit ., Wblck ,..
AnswersEditor' .* all aeceiementa, valu.tlonc. and bid. on all contract and purchece by flrat Monday ta Mar and OB the flratTucMtay claim area. la glvea to tk. Mayor, City
lam. .levle OB real' and peraonal properly tb* City) ta exec*, of 11.100.00. after th* third Monday In Clark or Cltr: Attorney wilhia ninety.
by tk* City of Llv Oak for twentr (10)year '. To provide for fifteen (II) day th* .cam ".r. a* Slat* and Count* ( 0) day alter lbs **nrrBc* ot tko Iti
( Note: These question period of tun. prior to and Including nolle by publication. ta at lout twoi *.. aK
the IM4 tax roll. < > leave of a ._...._ ...11..... one .. Tcf'permlt the CHy or Comity t* 11. To ..'1IorIae th. City to partial
and answers are compiled by William !- I. T* ratify, confirm, v.lld.te and I' week apart In all aaaea where untino I* participate ta ail Fderal or 8.... pro pat IB urfcej.: renewal prearama er tk-
M. Eanes District Manager r legalla the kudget* and expenditure required to ba given under tk* Charter .t..I..... aa rev... ...... M r procram apoaaored ky or ta oeeperattom I
thereunder for the flaw/ year beginning or any ordinance of th* City of Llv from any Federal or StateAgency. with. Bay nary .C UM Federal '
for the Social Security AdmInistration October: I. IMS, and ending. September Oak Florida. M B ....It ef tk* City par.tllcpatlon ....._ \
at Valdosta. Eanes invites 10, u... and all prior year. I 1.: To antlolpal. a* budget ta any of tko aforementionedprogramcl Datod ., 1.01.. Oar, Florida, .... March a 1 E
.. To anthorli th* purchaa ef nod proceed of any ..... or pronto ta amend II...... to Include t' 1P05'
readers to mall their questions to Pin, property from the' United Bute* from k Federal. or But agency. and t* soot. fund, end to pledge ..... fend CITY or LIVe OAK
him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, Government or the Slats. ... amend budget. and anticipate tk* prod I II. T* bar any celt. ngalaat tk, Oily) By HAAVEY: W PEK1Y ,
or But. ....a...* .without aompetltlv nay .... loaae or errant aa I of Way Oak. for tajcrlec to or doatfc of 41-44 Cltr) Clerk f'
Oa. Please do not mall :your Inquiries i ,s'

to this paper.) ..rf ,

QUESTION: How can peoplebe r

expected to live on what they O For Sal*-Antomotlre
get from social security? .1'AIw

ANSWER: Unfortunately we 1 / Li JPPO FOR SALE 1959 Chevrolet Impala f!

find many. people in this position; s : Nny convertible clean, good

no one expects them to live only condition power steering radio a'

on social security. This program heater new tires. Call Carol P

was not set up to provide more HELP WANTED d FOR SALE Davis 382-1944 or 302-1480.

than a foundation or base Income.To caJJ 44 r'

this people can and should WANTED A neat dependable FOR SALE New and used

add whatever else they may want maid experienced. Call 30 pianos. Frier Music Co.. NortU
and need In case of Income loss LITTLE ADS I 2838. CbJJ 43-.. Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 302-2188. For Sale-Real Estate

due to death old age and disability. caJJ tf d

By allowing up to $1200 :yearly BIG RESULTS WANTED A housekeeper to a.

earnings without any loss of live with elderly lady. Will pay FOR SALE An sizes of tarpaul11nl.auaranteed FOR SALE: ,4. it

checks for everyone except a disabled { J r salary. Call 383-2407 days and not to leak. Brick veneer home located Sher- to

person. Congress felt that BUY-SELL EXCHANGE 382-1147 nights. CbJJ 43-.. Otto Brown Motors. cdjj U weed Forest. 3 bedrooms 1 and,

Income ether than social security Vt baths electric heat age 84I +1,
could be used to good advantageby Whatever the purpose gas HELP WANTED Men and USED MACHINE SALE Used years small down payment rl

the person getting checks find Democrat classifieds de women in good health. Men Singer portables, start at $9.95. i price 119.000 F. H. A. finance: ,

Where social security paymentsare the job quickly and well education 9th grade or better. Singer Co. Lake City, Fla. Can available to qualified buyer.
21 to 60. Women education '
not enough and a person does age 752-4081. cab tf 1&
p llth grade or better age 4 bedroom home. 3 baths, living
not have income savings or prop- BALE !II
21 to 88. Write or contact Personnel dining
room. room kitchen.
erty which can be used to meet 8:00 FJH. Tuesdays Sunlan tractor and all equipment Including I""
his expenses assistance payments :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warren look over the fine! Duroo gilt they Department at good location known as the .
I Training Center, P. O. Box 115. power saw. Bargain "Dr. Price
under the law the may welfare be available provisions through of I, took home for being a winner In this year' livestock contest LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Gainesville Fla. chef 43-4 price. Call 312-2935 or 963-U reduced to Home"112,000, price terms now can

2743. caJJ
the Department Of Welfare or Llva Oak, Bumnn County Florida, to whan the apelfleatloni. ..* returned In 34 cents per word with a COLORED HELP WANTED be arranged 7

Family and Children's Services In atlify said Judg.m.nt and act on Apo .ood ondltlon. General Contraatora who minimum of $1.00 Clean house Friday morning .FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer I
tha feral hours dSal. do not submit B bone fld. kid must return I 3 bedroom
home two
ril U. ne6. during baths nice
the county where that person tha following daterlbod porpart?, the drawings and ipealfleatlona (AU classifieds mast be paid In Must know how to clean be dependable chain saws, parts and service. ,
lives. to.wlts ten (10( > .... or more kefor th* date and honest. Apply at Logging supplies, hooks. Clamps lot 14.800 cash. ;
Ult Ford. 1-door. I D No.AACIDUKE rat for the receiving of bid. In order to advance.)
I QUESTION: : If I paid the sam On. have their depoalt ,..."4.... Additional 810 White Ave on Saturday. bows, bars, and chains. Repair
amount every. year for a retire- MrCALLISTKRS8Mrlrf5uwann. drawing: may be procured through tkeArchitect. CbJJ 43-4 for most small gasoline mcInN.TJre' 80-acre farm. 89 acres tillable. 3-
I into .* County, Florida offle by Contnutor bedroom. frame bouse. 4" deep
ment plan that now put
material Dealera upon parmant of soot Saw & Engine Service
social security. I would have a 44.47 of reproduction, which. will. not k. refundable. Classifieds ordered for five WANTED First class carpenters formerly! Electric Service Co, well with electric pumP. all under
All drawing and epwlfleatloai at U. 8. Post Office In Live fence graded road ,
guaranteed amount payable when NOTICE_OF. SHERIFF'S that: A.LEuL, ..s regard!... of method of ,ro.u.*. weeks, ran the last week tree 905 Jth St. Your small engine frontage.
i KMcCalllitcr 1
not Notice I. hereby given Oak. George E. Jensen contrae J4 ml from state.
T retire Social Rprlirltv does Buwcnnectounly. ment shall k* returned prior to er a 3ft

make such a guarantee, I have Florida. ac, In Sheriff and/ b,of virtue of that. ".A time certified of kid! or opening.eaihler' shook .r Bid $4.00 will pay for a SS word tor Inc. Apply at Job. We are I headquarters cadj. tf ml. from Live Oak. terms avail

been told. certain elocution leaned and out for fluwannec of lb.Small Bond, properly *...u.... In a earn not advertisement for five week. an equal opportunity employer ''I BUILDINGS Butler all metal able.
Court In
.ANSWER: No guarantees like ., H. C. Craea ASon lee. than S per cent of Baa Bid payabl Use Sowannee Democrat Classifieds cajjt panelframe buildings and sheds. ,
: wand.F Ford la do.f.nH.nt to th* Board of Public I Inatnctloneh
this are made In the law. Each individual ic plaintiff virtue, of that B.certain Judge. 0' Suwann.s aunt, must ._.....". for Proven Hesnlts. Ideal for shops storage, equipment .. PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
propoial a guarantee that lh
toe 8. Ohio
situation decides how sent on public record of Suwannawill etc. ORAIN BINS But-
Bidder will promptly enter Into agreement
much and for how long payments oft.rrlfordalo hav and*nil levied to the upon high-'and. M do Ui* work: and finish Performanaa Chuck Wagon Restaurant. Apply ler bins and drying equipment. Live Oak Florida

wll be made. Only If you could be cut and ...., bidder for c..h .,Live th. front O.k.Buw.nn. of 100 per and cent Paymeat of tk.Bond contract.In Ike Eack aunt FOR BENT .in person from 9 am.caJJ to U 8pm. SPRAYERS: -Mayrath one and elf

absolutely certain of the year door of..the County Court HOU.C Florida,In to ..11", proposal wken aubmltted meat be cleary two barrell sprayers with S-

ahead would the plan you describebe acid and eo.l on Aprilduring IfIMI. i, 'marked on the cover with the Bid- I LADIES point hitch galv. drums swivel!
Judgement Boost income
of .a. thfollowing 4.. name and th. name of tb. project. A nice house for sale and a nice your
the I..alhour.
a worthwhile substitute for social Th. Board ...n.* the right t* reject Sell Luzier Cosmetics. Call or row crop drops Can T. X. Nc-
described' property. for rent. Cal
to-wl''o. any or all kldi. and to walv any In. place HORNE REALTY CORP.
security protection. Social security One IU' Ch.vrrd.l, I ormallllea.. 382-2939 or 903-2743. caJJ U write Lucille Courtoy Phone Can. 933-4203. Branford. ,

also provides family bene- OU' OSOTUX.DUKE McCALL T'tl.' BTER,18h rlff Tb. Board of Public In.trnctloa 792-8491 or Box 294, Jasper pfcb U-" BRANCH OFFICE b

fits in the event of your death Buwanne County, Florida of By Bnwenne HENRY M Conntr.FOLBOMSuperintendent Florid* FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Fla. pdhj 44-48 Sit W. Ileward 8t I
FOR BALE: Frame house and
to and family 44-47 .
payments you your homes. Plenty of room. Nice :

if you become disabled as well si REGISTRATION UNDER FICTITIOUS .1..' and clean. Good well water. 14 ranabout. trailer and 30 GEORGE B. DEES rAsedat.

monthly old age payments at are NAME ACT. C. LAVOYE BOGGUS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER Lake for fishing and swimming .I. SALESMAN WANTED hp Johnson motor. May be,seen P

02 or later whenever earnings AND INA MAE BOGGUUSINESS JEWELRY. FICTITIOUS NAME US 90 at 117 Van Buren St. Call 382-
your B AS LIVE OAK Morgan's Trailer Park, 1 Ugh paying sales position now
are not too high to allow NOTICETO West Live Oak Florida. Phone 2403. caJJ U Phone 3412-1 MS
MAY COMCERNtYou NOTICE I.I hereby given that the un.erclgned available with Jackson's of Perry ''
some payments to be made. WHOM will plan take nolle" th.t the .. ., purouant to the FktltloucNam 303-2010. pcfdj 19-19 the largest furniture marine i Spear diver's masks, swim
and ...1..*. Chapter 101 of Section. guns, TRAILER:
QUESTION I know a man who underlined BOGGUS.C. LAVOYK husband! BOGGUS and wife 18'.0'. Florid Statute, ..... will appliance and Jewelry center : I fins. Most anything for the manor Small Down Payment
check. He helps INA MARl regliter with th* Clerk of tke Circuit. FOR RENT 3-bedroom downstairs
gets a disability ar. angering. and will .n..... In a r* In and for Sawaniw County, rior. in North Florida Salesmen woman that like to dive or Seep Terms
hU wit like he bualneca handling Jewelry, f.t..ur ; apartment and 1-bed i
business mercantile
run a lust tall City Oat
upon receipt ef Proof of PakllcaOTTIS are now earning $100-3129 a swim. Picnic Baskets. MACK'S Sewace.
4VA More to* 'IN1\ tot OUmfcVUt*. w ti.sait e. ::: : u-.11 t'.1r. .thkMatlo.vth.. O.tnlou .-.. room upstairs' apartment. Can week In similar positions plus 112- BectrtoUyAvaUable80ACRES:
What can you do In a case like .lm".r", new and Vied, 801-2208.: call tf I -
Bt Llv 0... Florida In the n.m oft BROWN MOTORS vehicle with gas and oil Con- 130S. pdjj 43-41
that nder which. .. will sags.. In kualncea. '
LIVE OAK Florida. W. to en race ta builnna IB FOR RENT 2-bedroom furnished tact Jackson Furniture at once
ANSWER When disabled Oak.
Live ,
: a and the undenlgned will file a Llv :ro'I. County, Florida house at SUwannee for personal Interview. Appli- BOATS with lire well 12 ft. 3 111. To u. Oat
person returns to work he must requiredby and our ..d.... I* toO Wrct Howardtreat. $5495. Life jackets a4ul\'.. 2 Inch Well
tlon of aid flctltlouc aama Live Oak. Florida.Tha Springs. Apply at 207 Helven- cant must be willing to reside
tell us. There will always be some eectlon 1".Of. Florida Btatutaa, 141.
Bald kuilnwa Ic owned ky tha under- ntent of awneraklp I Is a* follewutJ. lion St or phone 382-2839. In Perry. cdcb 4344MISCELLANEOUS $393. children's, $3.33. Life comma New Fencing
people who try to take advantage Igned ac .n ectata ky tha entirety. OTTIS BROWN II 1/"% tf cushions from 1398 to ...... Location
of every law. We catch up with DATED this Iftl" day of M.rch 1505. ALVIN M. BROWN II 1/"% eajj Coast Guard approved. 1lACJt'8SPORT r I
some of these every day In fact / INA MAE BOGGUS Dated thla. tb* 4th day of I'J b, FOR RENT Furnished garage SHOP. Phone 382 2-BEDROOM HOUSE

most of them sooner or later will A.D.J' oTTlt teas BROWN apartment 2 bedrooms. 108 1305. pdjj 43-47 Nicety Finished

be found out. In the meantime 4447M COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ALVIN 'M. i i w'NLAoVAUOHN Shelby' Ave. Phone 383-1420. Financing Available To

please continue to call these situations IN AND THE FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY' ..1-44 E. NEWBERN Mrs. L. M. Kent pdjj 40-44 FARMERS MACK'S SPORT SHOP Phone Right Party

: to our attention. We appreciate FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN MONET for your farm operations 383-1309. Zeboo spinning reels Good Location

'" your helping us locate BCt FD: Tk ALEXANDER. Kata<. of alas know aa NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS FOR RENT 3-bedroom house at reasonable cost Terms and rods from ...... Fishing 19900

such cheaters. EDDIE: ALEXANDER TO WHOM OR TRADE IT MAY NAME CONCERN LAW and 2 acre good garden space. to fit your needs. Loans up to poles from 49c up. Paddles from
7 Call North Florida Production
QUESTION: I paid my social NOTICE TO COEDITORSY. Notice I* kereky give that the. under, Available at once Wellborn years. 11.79 up. Rubber boots from 20Acrd3Bedroom )
Credit AWL 8. Ohio
security expecting: to get it if I .. All Cradltor DM/ da aad Agalnal.Faraana Said Ettala Having' signed. .,. purcuant Chaptar Ivtll to Oho, er fletltloui Section nametatnte ..... Fla. Call 382-1883. pcjj 43-44 Ave. Live Oak. TeL 302-2988. .US pro up pdjj 43-47 Partly Cleared

was disabled. Now I can't work CIYsu or ind ..k of .,. karaky noil- 01. Florida Statute. loll, will ....I.t.. e ehf-lf Home.
but you turned down my claim. find and raaulrad**< to you praaant 5a, ...1... with th, Clerk of th* Circuit Court band FOR RENT 2-bedroom Unfurnished FOR BALK: Five registered Angus Completely PIM PaneM
allhar ol for Bowannaa Oeunlr. FlerMa.. uses > Phone 3021881 3833470. Modern Bath
and damanda whlck yen. or house bulls J. W Wallace -
What kind of program Is that, aialnit tha EiUta of Ed Neelpt of proof of publication of this VISIT ANNDTS BEAUTY SHOP 4 Ml To Church. Stores
AMoodab.Ms .otic th flrtltlna or 382-1081 eajj tf CbJJ 44-43
lo.' lti
Eddie Alaian.dor.
I could work when I '
telling me .0. aa CRAPETTE cr.TLIN 13 ML To Live Oak
CO. Machine machlnfless: and cold
daeaaaad., lat. of aid County, to
know I cantf the Cointr ".... of luwanna CountyFlarlda ,.nd.r whlek we will entire In ...1...... FOR RENT 4-room furnished wave permanent given. Operators FOR BALE Registered black $ OOO 81900 Down
Ho... W. eipecl I* ...>ce In kualncec I* Easy Terms On Balance
ANSWER Disability his offloa hi the Court
: means at aall:! at County at Llv Oak Floridawltkln LI.' 0k, Florida and ..r .dd.... .la Bl. apartment with 2 bedrooms Annie H. Mills. Myr Angus bun calf 11 months old. .
many different things to differ- dg1 aaloadar oxontka from; 1. Horn II I. Llva Oak. .Florida. private bath window fan 213 tie1111I., and Mary DrewBoa&rtaht. Delivered to ....,..... 1M. Carl ;
ent people. Each has Its .f the Lint aablloatlon af this Tk. ..tenl ., cwnrrehlp I* entire tm BALE OR REM'-rte-.
program lbs lima -
..11... Eaek alalm er damaad shall k* Mre J. W. Pvueker 11'% N. Walker Ave. Phone 302-1074 Manicurist RubySanford Oilman. Rt. :3. Box 13*. tale .
own rules for deciding when a In writing. In tfupllaaU. and shall I itatath Iii iii. Yob A.D.150% eajj tf tt Annie each Thursday City.or call Branford 933-O48. cludes refrigerator. store, heater
person may be disabled. For thesocial plae of ruldanat sad Boat of let this of .. cajj 44 drapes. I'I.nPGO. for equity.

security program the medical addraai I*of ky Ihs,,,..Ulm.nt.11I1.' ..," and kla .shall,.... kaiwora er llgaedlJ. W P...... FOR RENT Furnished\ 3-room Friday and Saturday U Phone 343-3080. pbJJ 44-49

evidence must prove that you attorn.r. and any auak situ I. er d.m>n< 415 Mr.. i. W. .-...... apartment and furnished house FOR BALK Portable Irrigation

are too disabled to do any sub net a* 111.4IIEINO' ALEXANDER I West Fifth Bt Call 903-3093 system. 100 ft. of 4 Inch: MO FARM AND TIMBER LOANS

stantlal gainful work. Partial disability E.*cut r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE call 44 ft Of 3 Inch pipe.Can 770-1144. AVAILABLE.
which keeps from doing n.,. THIRD JUDICIAL C t'.1t.IN: AND ANY TYPE :
you FOR SUWANNIE FLOP Pdjj For Information can or see:
let you get social seculrty pay FLORIDA IN PROBATEIN a CorparatloB' Q I tot 8. Ohio Ave

ments. In deciding about your Hit Th. Eatat al Plaintiff. Inexpensive Bird Feeder Live Oak. Florida'

disability we must take Into account LUCY HALL MalULLOCH. AREL". MVORODA doing ...1..... WAITRESSES WANTED Must To make an tnespenslvt bird I Phone Ja.I_

your age education work NOTICE TO CREDITORS: .I ELMER'S ELECTRIC SERVICE, be over 21. Apply! In person between DONE
feeder cut two (roundor
experience, and disabling conditlon. T. All Cradltor sad P__. Having Defenileat. the hours of ..12 am. at 1 optnlngs
Claim or 0_.. Aiatoal SaM EttatoiYou NOTICE OF SHERirrS SALE Granite. Marble Bronze ) on' opposite sides. of an
What you can still do Is alsoa sad ash.. af ye* ar. .....b' Ball- Nouns I N hereby gl.e* that 1y Duk Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake square
important fact when trying fM. Bad reQUlrad to ,......, aay clalmaand eCalllator.: Skarlff *f Suwanaea Naas,. City eaej U 362-3333 ordinary plastle blteh bottle. FOR BALI Route and M
very .....01. which you, ar either. of veu.may Florida. ...., sot ky virtu" ef a writ LIVE 110 i 300 on B. Walker An.
to decide whether you may be kav agalnit Its Eetat of Laey af aeeutkn. keretafera leaned cut ofakavo OAKMONUMENT The plastte Is easily cut with a
disabled. Hall. t.I :. .... lat*. at aid Ohs entitled' enrV ta Ik* akv CURB HELP WANTED NOW. J. O. Cannon at Cannon 4s
t Cwiatr, to the Coat> Judge of B.wa.- ityled. a.., kajv levied opm tk* forewiac Ages IS to 40. Apply In person.A CO. hot knife. Tor the perch, puncha Wolfe Lumber c. Phone 343HIT. -
... Co...,.. Florida. ., his afftf-e ta tk* property. *lt.*... Itl.g **d bolos
Court Itos.t of Bald Un Oak, te Buwaaaee C*.at riarMa. to-wltl A W Drive\ In. caJJ tf Homer Sanford, ReCANT bole underneath each opening call u
No.1 Plorld.. wthhus/ CCur.t.: maths WH. of SW y .l....... n. sit ta and Insert a small eUck complete.
from tka. time of tk. flea publication. nl ,* S south", Ra... II Last,! WANTED Walt ease.. Apply at
April >, Lake City at Branford Skis ..1.... Lash. alalm er em4 shall ........ County, PIe"" .. I U ly through' the boats adoring TRAHJER 0WQR8LOTS
3:00 a* ta writing. ta ...1...... aid shall A* tk* preeertr of tk* ,haws Mmedafendaat. Dixie OrlU. eajj BLDP?
: p.m.AprU atat tka plan. of reatdanM aced peat and that M tko lob day ot NERVE8.nTJ'ERYt each end to stick out about three FOR SALE
6, Group Tournament. ... addraai ., tk* .1.1..... and skill April Illl. Wtwee the. .laud koure W WAITRESS WANTED Apply In POOP TERMS. Priced JSMOUT8XDC
Conference and state meets to k. swum to kr tk. iMetaat, kla Bgentr ado. namely. eleven o'clock. la tics fore. Need tranquiUxtngf Tiny Yellow inches from the bottle. Punch two '
attorBey. and aay suh alalm ar demand Sass sod two ".Ioe' |. the afteraoen, person at the Colonial House DORMA-REST Capeufee. can help boles In CITY boil close in)
be announoed later.Public sot se filed akall k* **!*. ra said ",. .. u.. Front Door of tk.. Restaurant. 1-79 and 130. No the bottle cap to secure PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor
D 0.ore N0... you sleep better Keeps you re
S/ J. HENRY emporary In Uv Oak.uwaaaeo the string for bAnglnt. Place
./ BMVIY M. BRABHAM Coaatr. ,........ I will offer phone calls. tail U laxed. Free from tendon Millions tot & Ohio Ave.
s........ ,.o* .... and soil to Ik. klgtmt. kldeetar some seeds In the bottom bang Uw Oak. Ftelda
NoticesNOTtCX n-u ...... ta ...... tk* akov deeerleedroporty. nave been. sold. 24 Capsules
aa of aaM dos Man with ear for weD established 1*.. Available at Live Oak Drag on' a tree limb and the birds via Phone 34O-13M
-l'ionC&1'OiiIDDIJIS' Bdaal to ..u.,, .... .....1..... Insurance debit Live Oak area. rtf
".. Board ., Paklia. laatnatkm dSewn. DUEB McCALLISTEK Co. pejj 41-43 love youo .
: UNDER FICTITIOUS OR .. OeuBty. FlarUa, will roMlv Skeratf ., Prefer married man from age
TOADS' NAMB LAW aoaled bids ha tk:* Bard Beam ot tk* BnwaaB Cranly, ....... 38-00. Starting Income guaran
i TO WHOM IT MAY CONCCKMtNotl aaM Beard, AfH.ultiral BalMlag. Pine ...<. teed. Can T93-0301. Lake City BRUCn DAY NURSERY
la karaky Ua tkal ibo IB.dtoralca4. 5., turahl.I. .
** | Oak Chad' I* ,k. fl UUa* ::, J'i labs a l maaMN S. ..a. CALL FOR BIDS or write, A. B. Moea,SF. P. a care by day or week,
.am. 11.1.. ... tbapur. ...... *t SMtlMM. ....U Tk. Beard. of County Commlaamoer. Monday thm Friday.
.... ....... ... ..... .. .... Box 400 Live Oak. for appointment
|/4I. vlU rwlatw RNb lobed A' "'" waane* ..''. ptecida. wet x.5.5,5 8 .... 3:M p_
with tk. Clark of the Chula. Onrt ....... aealed bids BBUI IO| s's Ue, A.M. Ibo ash 43-44 FOREVERI
ts sad far S -aaM Covaty. PtarMa U.. Oak. narlda.fM ..lh day ot Mont' A. D. IMI, for fur. 813 & Onto Ave
is rMlpt of praaf of p.bllatlo..fIII. Ik* Board of PukH. taatnrtloaof our... ... for tbo ....... Oooaly cfbe 43-47
.. ...... tk. fWtlllwia" Mm*. ......ta a._._ Coup, c.."....* aa cpeeaned ta tk* cpeeUteoUoaa. SALES REPRESENTATIVE:
UVE OAK FLOaiST th* 0. All tatenoted kldd.r. WANTED Metropolitan Life
..... I .UI kla .. laid HI .. ........ .. oan raeelv I
MOW aaaaia *> AU klaa a .. tpoetneattaoa from ........ salesman In YOUR a x 10 PHOTO Band
I spat to aalan to koalaoa h> UOak. BUI t tkwk P.M. IS Marak 1141.and A ........ Clerk of tk. Carl has opening for .dlxAe*, ..... wit' tie ftree..L d ,.
nrM aamf arra. I* rtflk Ike* ......... a>ea.d oa4 roda Jvo Oak. FmrM "... Beard this area. Starting salary open colored ta on only' $3 Offer / ...
....-. U*. 0.k. .,.. tka, Board Bas Bt tko AgrWoKeralBelMlag. tit, rkjkl to ...... from mid Pet Bay salts expires May se INS. Leave at CAN lAW'' YOU 25%
Tb..i...* of owMnklp .U oadr*. Pta A_.*. Lit Oak., Fkw Hem sad to walv fwrmallUe. oad toreject depending on experience
Til ELM* riSBKLLPatot My sal oil Iwo and _19wt.... and qualification to 1000 per Hunter.1 RoaD Store er see cow colaallow oasnucwa eRcc R

.... Ktk Say ot Marak. A.0. Me.Drawm' .. 'C'::::::: OeneralCoadltw LAVAUOMN A. IEMIONS. month. Complete training program Chat A. Taylor. Rt 4. Box 11*. B R
l*". ** and to Bmdon Cmrk .. tko CtroaM Court rsn'TGI.Y91084' Jelelueel,
TIKLMA nsSEU.: and Form af Proposal ma.* M oktohied. *>nwu0 0...,, FloHdo Insurance Program and Phone 3q223pa3eJ 43-3
..., en.. Ooroao. Drake A ...W" Arekttwu ..... Retirement Program Contact o>calk mmi i PHIMkjo
151 Wt rereytk Btrora. Jaek.aoavata. DJOOMX TAX RETURNS *JIm say
NOTICE OF SHERim BALE Flarta' Mtvt. *a4 a6 kid* ma NOTICE or LOCAL LEGISLATION Metropolitan life 001 M. Pst .*.% banker a....*,
.Motla* to korakr .tv.s tkal L Dak* k* mad. ta anillmi .......".. NOtlCB: ti koreop gHveo of mteolteoaooly tenon St. Valdosta Oa. TtL3U4448. Browns Bookkeeping. Service e/soar..........-.A.t6
k1.C.UMtr. ** Skarirf of Savaaaa* Two Ut ort of opoeanaaUoa aad s5 to tko IMI .... .
>eo ef tk* 139 Wince Av.. pdjj 43-47 .M
r c-.,, F....... ta ... kr IHM oftkal ..awmga may k* oatamoS. ky aor <)* .,..... Leajkilour for tke aaaogof art U ka.a4lp p ar dapmod.....
oartota *a-... lo.... oat ., .k* ems Cootraetor **ak M a II*M d.. u .. .. ..". laootu With eurroM' oivATxamtOS
Chitit O ar. ta aad for aavaaoM C..h.r. -.. paalt par ... at Ik* offia* .. tk* Arobl.Still %... C1.rM ag toT. 7 W U.. FOR RENT S atone. available Patently Dear
.. Madora H.aM* Co*. ..... oeaMM wtt o* rofvadedIk Oak rWrlda. or .........*. ky legiaNtaw ) dos seOamAorm
.t a/.. >poor t* J1eI..." end is Omral Oealia.teia .......... M oats --- M '_". *" ** April t. at 330-MT W. Howard Rti open season oa patentleather cY7rr5AClaBl3iNIK
i J.buut Oaey. ood kla wife. Aa.le Beee base two bids ..... dr.WHMa sad .*.oo4tloata.s t1. MM.1y r 8t the farmer W. L Garnerstarts. shoes these days Koased
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