Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
March 25, 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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Riviere 1$ Speaker Seventeenth Annual FFA fianquet Will MeetSchool To at Ii

Williams FFA Chapter Holds Annual A VJ ory Co t ee VotesNot

Banquet; Townsend Chapter Farmer To See Ia" I Racc TaxNo

George Townsend son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Townsend change in this county's present distribution of

Jr., was named star chapter farmer of the J. F. ee race tax funds will be recommended by the School Board

Williams Memorial Chapter of Future Farmers of America rat r'I Advisory Committee Clarence H. Ratliff general chairman -

I at the 17th annual banquet of the chapter held March and Henry M. Ward finance chairman Informed the
19 at the Suwannee High School cafeteria. Other awards board of county commissioners Saturday. They said the
were made and State President School Advisory Commute found
Marion Riviere poke at the. affair the present distribution beet for
attended by parent, supporters 1sa' Annual' hoard Meet norms and efficient operation of

f and friend of the chap At Atlvt'iit" ChristianThe ; county government.
LOUD. Members of the advisory committee
ter.Clyde (Cltlsrn Advlnory Hoardf
ouT McMillan was awardedan lie Advent Christian Home will meet tonight (Thursday
honorary chapter farmer degree ) at 7:30 In the In
pm. library
I With ...... C. Wsdiwcrth will bold Its annual meeting In
and certificates of appreciation i the Old Armory, RstUff announced -
the Home's new cafeteria
'.given Mrs Phil Townsend this wrrkReports .
civic center Saturday evening,
Progress coming! Jr.. Mrs. Fred Baucom. and Mrs which Include definite
March 37, at 1:10 pan
that Houston Cundilf recommendations will be made
Many arc freely predicting George lUrmeny general by
this area of Florida U In for Clarence II. Ratliff presented the physical plant subcommitteeon
I chairman will preside, and the
growth and development In &h.Ileal' the Ratliff award to Townsend for the schools at ODrlen and
program will consist ef a lour
winning the star chapter honor, Douglass.
future with some predictions
f the new building, a buffet
: reaching the fantastic. This to an annual award made to dinner), musical enlrrUlnMent Acceptance of these. reports by
There Is reason for enthusiasm the star chapter farmer In each the full commutes and subsequent
and a panel dl e ilan by
for recent development and an.nouncementa of three PTA Chapters In the the children. submittal to the county

do !indicate that this county 'by Rstliff Motor Co. AU ..'-".mmll'" rrpcrt will.. school board will leave the committee -
f county could start moving ahead Oeorte W Harmony, presidentOf with a finalised recommendation -
be mlme Taphed and pUred In
11 we come up with aggressive. the First National Bank presented the hands ., She membrrs. a* what to do with
and positive feaderthip. awards to chapter members Th.4.t Christian unmet trades one thru six In Live Oak
fine for leadership supervised fsrmlng Also on the agenda tonlaht to a. 1
: Growth and progress are Hoard sf DlreeUtr will sl.. .,.
for a community when that activity I and scholarship. Winner were: lend the sneellnr, slang ..lththe report by a state team on au.....
iPP follow a pattern acceptableto : I Leadership: Elliott Scott first; wives err bsibsnds sf the Ions as how best to utilise preset -
the people of that community.This BID Montgomery second; Wetsel adviser beard member facilities at the Junior lllth
a. Lone reason why there to Johnson third.Scholarship .r School and at Nettle Daladen Primary
t now a treat need for dedicatedmen : Dwight Btansd. School
: and women to lead the varlou first: Alta FuHbrfcht, second Escaped ConvictApprehended: fault said It was planned to
.3y group and organizations we Bill Montgomery third. hold a meeting sf the physical
now have whoa objective are Supervised FarmingElliott: plant sub-committee Tuesday
making a'better community In Scott, first: Alvin FullbrUht. second << [ In night to study courses of action I

which to live and rear families. ; Dwlght Starve third. ...... ...... are award when sad guests cf the I. F, William's Chatter's seventeenth, annual for' trades one thru six at Lire.

John Adtcks. vice! president of ITA ........ Seated left te right are Wetsel Jean*.. Wilts fee, tease T_...... recipient .( Columbia County Oak and It was hoped to hold an.
I feel u do many other that the Commercial Bank of Live Oak. tke star chapter farmer award, and lUll Mnttssery. Starting left U right ant Marie ftlvler, other meeting Thursday week to

until we provide rood schools In presented' the Florida Bankers stale PTA preside Dusk Staawel CllUtt lest Gtwcfs II.......,. na"' .... Ratlirf. Dsnals I*. Horse Galbreath. II, a prisoner complete recommendations as to
this county our other effort will Award to. Townsend foe having at the local Stall Road Prison physical plant facilities recommended
grass Charles ,, and Ahrta FaDbrtfal, (Fbct By Da* Sterner)
.vnot bring UM return we would been selected star chapter firmer.Oeraid Camp escaped Monday afternoon for the eounty.
1/like. Thus I place solution of the Gamble, representing ---- around 1,30: on Interstate 15 near When this phase Is completed. i I

school problem here u the nuns- the Buwannee _County.Farm Bureau Heifer Show Hoard Annual 4-H Club the Columbia County line, the commute will then make arecommendation I
bet one need of the community. presented the Star dreen- County Events Sheriff Duke McCalllnter was as how funds to
In fact when one considers jut hand Award to Wilbur Rye. To Meet Today Immediately notified and hU accomplish what the committee

what rests on an adequate school President Riviere told his audience Ii Th Board ., Dbwetcrs sf the Day Plannd; Dress Revue Slated deputies took 'Deacon", th eels this county must have In the
system there to no alternative tor that those who say it cant ...***. Valley 'Y..uIIetm ahertfrs'pelae' bloodhound to UM t way of school facltlUe can bust I
without good school we CIa not be done win be Interrupted by. I Stow sad .... wart most tadayT Approximately 300 Buwanrw, 1 The Dress Revue and UM pets scene of the escape. be secured.
tspect to hold our own m UM someone doing it and that < *.*..">. Man U. ha the County t'll boys and girls win entatlon of all awards fur the day Captain Powell and persona, IN*. 4 Cntutw4. set Fag I)
\10 .._1Ma .**".....u.J ..,,*....- belts wttai atriewlUM and "......... Ac..........sN. .-. ......... ta 4/-K ......... sand -,>* .MM. > liSft, >< |r U jgkMt IWiMMI MMS.aMM*. ......... -.. k .J' 1tl """U'.J t',
If agriculture stops win end with .. at 4M ...... IlCUY1UNhe annual County = in the Junior .Jll*h, =l I pstiiea the deputies on a aha w;w"
am encouraged by the wen of It. AH swUe** wU b* ta sad tkeasuawt greats Day on ..aunta,. March AudltoHum. thai covered some' five mites. thr\I KiVam's land 'j'
Mae* 14 other men on the school Good Management le ssseBtlslIN of pees*.!**** win bettfmtt 17. The affair, which win be hold The schedule for the day and a swamp area northwest of Wellborn
advisory committee lot I have .. .I f!.*>tl.e4 *at Past II I. Seller for the ... al the fin Ylrw KtemenUry. the events to be held are at follow In Columbia County. ; Contest ,
never worked with a group nor will also be ....i.& School, will begin at $10 a.m. *! The men varied water to the: Judging
devoted: to a common eauc I Mattel Ward ehalrwMM cfta and continue until I:30 pm. ':M .oo an. ReiintraUonM waist with "Deacon" wlmmlni.
have seen and heard personalpttferencea Burch Attending gyp. wise aft sr.eters taattaxt ': a SB. Opening rx rd..*. much af the tune, but Oalbreatri Set March 30 '
and opinion give way *. / a:II ..... Demonstrations finally save up. A tuard fired si
Named Director the convict at the Urn of the>> **- The tawsnto
to what to beat tor the children Olrto; Tractor. Operators Club land judging
el this county and I well know Atlanta SeminarDr. Coma ape but the shot WM deflectedby eon..l will be held Tuesday.
that every deelHon aude a. fabM Is 10:30. 10:45 a.m. .... tntermuuslon. underbrush only knocking: Mm March 30. at 3:M pm. on a farm I
:. been the knst conviction of Donald U Burch local April First down. northwest of Live Oak. Competing
the committee on what .la best to veterinarian, ta In Atlanta Ibis (No.. I c.*..**. so Fate II The> prisoner wa spprehended .n en* division will be I.ha three
i In Columbia Count and was PTA Chapters from Suwsniw
del.I ; I week attending a seminar en Deadline For
r and water use scheduled for laced In the custody of official County and In the ether division

I The decision not to bet forth*!. March 2t and 33. Work Begun On then. Columbia County officials/ several 4-11 team,
er Into a redutrtbutkn of racetrack This seminar to held to aaUlia Tax Exemption and th FlorW Hlchway Patrolartsted Medals for the firs three plea.
rands .tens good one for el-I. rise those participating with the In the chase winners In each division will b*
moat one-third ef the coop toed'i essay problems of toad and water Was HobUrd 0,.,. Suwannee Two State Roads This war the seventh Inmate presented by Klwanla Club Frl. ,

.\ let to financed by the pert the I. Use and water ,........ The County Tan Assessor, has Issued sutht by Draeon'Y. Ins first dent Oar""! Nobles. la, addition '
I county: commissioner receive." It who purpose to to. school them In second notice to homestead own- In County when UM dog war only eleven, the nsnn ef the winning PTA /
'. would do tttUe good to ...k toUke the problems of poOuOon. navigation era reminding them of the April month old. Chapter tram win be engraved] on \
frost one group 'and then : conservation" and recreation first deadline foe Cling applications Work ha been started on a a o I. plsqu which win remstn tot
be faced with an additional ua' so that they nay return' to for hoBistsail ....pUGn. I!H.Ml project: to spare srg' Hamilton County Day chapter1 possesslofl for ihsnit
levy lo replace that money ta the II. their respective ewanumlUe and April ana to also the deadUns menu of State Road 10-A and 41 Set For March 31 i year. Th* wtrmmg team
.in b Invited ta stiwante .....
county budget.U practice such measures as may be for filing application for both In Suwannee" County, the>> Stats i a
Tk swMI to ..,dUlI, lashed' log for the formal
nil already clear thai ta came needed to better It. tantible and Intangtbl" personal RoM Department announced to I presentation
will selection 1 based Ui ewiaptlon. .. attend HaatUU Coat Day .t the award
with a financial Was that I Dr. north's via property dsy.
butt, ...... and BMlntaJa the open his interest la fish and wild Under the new Supreme Court District Two Road. Board member si Ik* Stephen FUr MesMvUlWednesday. Last ycar'g FFA winning tnsp.
sub- Harsh II. $0|la. ..r WM ", tord.
to life devitopment of the Buwmnnee ruling all trailer owners are
Mng C W Beaufort of Jacksonville
work. en IItshetwrthi atlpropMsodta River. tort to personal property U< and aid the project Includes the segment < alas si It:M .... I. tk (,,U- Bill ...'1... (hatrman! of the

the eounty.n The seminar II a project of the afl trailers must be reported teUM ef BR 10-A from U. S M tow Tee Iwanla Soy and Otrto Commit
League of Women Voters and toparttoDy tax assessor office before .. northerly and westerly through Tk insist class sf J..iilniIlilb .... and Wjrmsn Osrio d. chair
will .k*>4 ba. *.... rMartk man ef the Agriculture and Con
to goad that private construe4K financed by the United April 1, A If pew ant penalty Wellborn to connect with U. S. M
*. Cisdssusi o* Fate It Stales r.bu Health .......... be charted after this Use.Seatee E.Wrt E. MeNeid. Ir. eMkseas and the portion of Bit 41 from Ml M Ik* bMary sf llsajilll srvtkm Commute, are In
cf Ik. bH .. Mlorvrs .....a f*.sjly sad will seewnl. Ibis siIk i charge el the ........ ansnge*
passer. Treat c.....,. 347 northeast ef Branford northerly asses. ".*.. ,pence.l'reaenfed .
13 Btlles lo sn 313.
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Content avsUve cf u..Oak sod graduatef Work Includes shoulder trading

ScwasuM Hub .*.*... was and paving the aU- !J"oI" roadway llullls1ers Certificate I
r* *.Ur aa... ,lree<.r ef <.. on both routs MacajphaU.

........., SSMW* firma-Vales Corporation of lakeland has buns ...
Oaris CcnNraUM a4 Pied.da awarded the contract and has 10 .

rower A Ufkt c. working days to complete UM

JWf M."... M k* to aawakev project,
a. RI Lu a.. W
W.a. his bsaaing eareee

.. im sad >..*.. Ik* Ce* ralrarswrs Val Bates Gets
Trs.. c....*r ef Wet .

Fates Seri.. to) int wkere ke
rest frees tmMtmt secretary UIf AF Commission

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wee B.*k ta IM as a vise -
Uoutcnant Charta V Bate, son
peeddol sad elee<.. a Ires'U
was .
of Mr. and Mi*. Charles M. Yawnth
.. ... .... laINI.
cad .. ta I .f U. Oak. has reorived a

.. wkesi the Nsswver tUkad regular mmnitan In UM U. ft. t"
tr'' ,', .. MaMfaetrers Trwi c.M. .* Air Force at JU ': if post ..,... sad ...... ... naa.Ueutenant. ,wr "Laberuf
stfaHsevrs IL.n.I Test c..* Saw prevteHsly

,**,. k* wee aaawd s.nUr.4 held .a WUr | srv. nmuittiminaas
and a glreetw cf lkt baa. std an Air Fores' Resent OffirTratelnt I

.. .. I'' .. INS ke kwais ....... cftkksHL Corps .,........ It* was,
vassal tar reguiw status on tie
bs sis ef hIm duty pertoraMiM.
: .r. .. .. aoH>.. to t>ksi CarUoeaa4 ....u.n beatte ad. and potential
Ftorta Fever A CswttcXefll .
Ugkt ,
M an Air Feet* officer
"L:1.1air. : .F. to .... a %Mir cf K* to wrvtn as an sntItl nMe
; .--.. Seartttag end B.fls>. Officer M EadMM.Tke I ..... N.'a1p.l.w to sins ......,**; a boMm. ***"

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.,W. W. Mr***, Mate .-. Ctab U. *.> **swrtMas .. tb* ....-. coal *-M ... Cs>***,. ... tke FUMMya4 A. svgree teas the Vnlmstly cfFtodda tag ta Ik* *M*.,. HsailHaei barn ....... Ik* **a4 *.*4s B4f
.. anti to a aee a. of Fl tk.. 4>idtesMs. .. .. fwUvUlM s4 Ik lush
u.ssesea fWO tease for lining tot to State tlt.r.we..eeaL Tbc Two wig *< ns Cae aHy ef hew c mat eye I

rtoasTrs ks ChUte at tics l*.......wl i1..dsb t...*.... Thor tort U rtgM W. W. Tork He to ak. fluster WHew Slmd.Ads to the daoghlMcf sad was tonlrisii. still ta **........ tecawly ... ta Ik* Me ta.ctag [
His .u.. UMa.
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Oift&iAbout 11 FLORIDA'S

It Happened In

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cQfj That Farm Suwannee County, Florida


Good Samaritans Scarce a liberal journal such u Life magazine calls one 1915-1940-1955

Racial troubles are monopolizing the news, recent Hollywood release "just one long dirty joke" 1

While it remains almost impossible to distinguish the time might be nigh for American parents to Doyle E.

between sincere believers and perverse agitators raise a ruckus. ConnerThe

the .big story is the clash between the black race But will they ever? It's unlikely when Wash Taken From Th* Fifes OJ .

and the white race. ington tells us that U. 8. motion pictures are en March Issue of Farm Journal THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT '_"

Tragic as that situation is, there is a deeper hancing this nation's image abroad, and that they calls attention of dairymen to!
race problem that should be concerning the nation. portray the American way of life creditably over- a big scale promotion drive soon I I

That Is the sad state of the human race, at leastin seas. "Among those"who see our films are the peo to get underway boosting a prod- 1915Miss The Suwannee High Band

some areas. ples of developing nations who find new inspiration uct that spells heavy competitionfor Fannie Claire Franklin Rudolph Fletcher, Bulldog scored an excellent rating at u>.
in the record of the fresh milk business. member of the All-Southern high district band
Pushed to inside pages by the civil right turmoil achievement established by a coun I who has been visiting her cousin, contest held in
try of free A University of Illinois marketing school football squad selected under Gainesville this
and the confrontation between President men. week
Mrs. W. M. Hackney of Lake City end
specialist Is quoted to the effect
the direction
of John "Red" Band Dlretcor
Johnson and Governor Wallace, was the story of a With critical reviewers and family rating agen- that sterilized milk concen- returned to Wellborn last Saturday Henry Fssthoff
Davis, of Lake City was formally said that the
wanton murder on the New York subway ties finding fewer and fewer films to recommend to trate will be In competition with accompanied by Miss Tallle presented with a gold football in in total points group this scored higher
Half a dozen rowdies three males, three females the public, how can such a judgment from Wash fresh milk on a nationwide basis Sloan of Plant City, who Is a student recognition of the honor at the had done last year than It

roistered through a subway train, l insulting ington be accurate? not later than 1970. of Columbia College Lake home and In the presence of

and terrorizing the other passengers. Finally, a Perhaps we need only consider the source.Zephyrhllls Involved are important Indus- City.L. members of his family and team- Miss WyneDe
17-year-old boy protested. Two of the ruffians News trial interests like U. 8. Steel and mates. Davis made the presentation Lonnle Bob Thompkins. Miss
L. Froneberger, formerlymanager Hunt Miss Pat
Allied Chemical Corporation plus 81rc,
stabbed him to death while fellow occupants of the Wednesday night and Miss Elizabeth:
of the Suwannee Hotel Greek
number of milk firms. I attended -
train sat by in abject cowardice.Not a Present at the ceremony were the 195S
here, has been appointed field state convention
Presidents On Canned milk concentrate has of
Spot Phonate Howell, Oreen
only did no one attempt to help the youth deputy in the enforcement of the student councils In Tallahassee
Gov. been on the market for a numberof and Sperling.
while he was being slashed to ribbons, but no one Haydon Bums has announced, emphatic but hasnt lived up ti new Federal statute which brings recently
ally and years
stepped forward to help him as he lay helplessly often that he wants the trimester sys earlier expectations that it would narcotics under a strict regulation Miss -
tem Mary
bleeding to death, after his attackers had moved on. abolished In Florida's tate universities "take over" the milk business of of the U. S. Government. dauhter of Mr. and Virginia Mrs. L. J.Day Day, Otto Wettstein m. president of
least three beyond the point of Oovernor Burns has appointed the presidents [ the North Florida Telephone
It was at stops the nation. It bas been unable to was recently elected president of
the attack before the motorman, finally informedby of Florida's state universities to study the opera overcome two big hurdles: legal A card party ,on St. Patrick's the Delta Delta Delta Sorority at Company told members of the
a passenger of what had happened, was able to tion of the trimester system, and then to recom barriers and inability to equal the Day was given by Mrs. C. F: Jonesat Florida State College for Womenat Live Oak Kiwanis Club at their

locate a policeman. When police boarded the train, mend whether it shall be continued or abolished. taste of fresh milk. her home on Ohio Avenue when Tallahassee meeting Wednesday noon that 87
the boy was dead-and alone. Not one person had The Supreme Court has ruled that terms of Now it Is said the sterile product she entertained the Afternoon per cent of the stock sold by the

stayed behind to staunch the now of blood, or tell the present Board of Regents, appointed by former tastes much better and even Bridge Mrs Club Jones' guests were Mrs. Mrs. M. M. FoxworUi Jr.. and the company company.Mr Is owned. by patrons of
Governor Bryant, will duplicates the fresh taste In some Miss Cordelia Helvenston
police what had happened.It expire when the 188S Lynn Blackvell. Mrs. C. A. Har- entertained -

Is comforting to think that people in our Legislature adjourns. tests.In one Wisconsin market the dee, Mrs. C. Roberson. Mrs F. S. at the home of the latter and Mrs. T, J. Kennon en.
Governor Saturday afternoon
section of the country are different. We can recall Burns has announced that he will concentrate outsold fresh milk 3 Parramore Mrs. Mobley, Mrs. for Miss tertataed with a supper honoring
appoint Carolyn Walker bride-elect ,
with pride the quick action of a :young Bartow man a new Board of Regents u soon as possible to 1 at a price 3 cents a quart Keen, Mrs Chas. Balsden, and Jovel Orantham received Miss their son Tommy. A turkey din.
reported a couple of weeks ago who saw two men Governor Burns previously has said that he (mixed basis) under the fresh Miss Bessie Hathaway score Prise. ner was served to 30 guests

fall from a capsizing boat as he drove past the lake will appoint as regents persons who share his product. It mixes smoothly with -

where they were fishing.He views on the trimester system. two water to one of concentrate. The county school superintendents Tommy Bell son of Mr. and Susan and Sarah Morrison

stopped his car instantly loosed another The' presidents of Florida's state universities Midwest dairymen see the sterile high school principals and Mrs. J. T, Bell was recently Initiated twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.

boat from the shore, and hurried to their rescue. are under the control of the Board of Regents. product u a new outlet for other educators will meet la Live Into the Georgia Tech chap. George Morrison were among a
Question No. 1 What do their low-priced milk to competein Oak. Tuesday, March 30. The ter of the American class of 33 students of St Vin-
recall with pride ;
That, we you guess the univer I Society of
meeting will be attended by superintendents cent's Hospital
But Farm who
But a couple of days after that story appearedIn presidents will recommend' to the regents? high-priced principals of high Civil Engineers nationally known as student cape
Journal notes that in the South, nurses at a
The Democrat, a Bartow woman telephoned this Question No. 3: Even If the presidents are schools and well known educators engineering society. Tommy Is a'' last Sunday afternoon. ceremony
East, and West it is viewed as a'
office. She had, first of all, congratulations for the sincerely 100 per cent opposed to the trimester threat from areas of low-cost pro- from all over the state, including sophomore Tech. civil engineer studentat .
hero of the rescue. Secondly, she had a tale to tell system who will believe that their recommenda duction. state superintendent of public instructlon. .

of a similar incident, with a different outcome. tion was made tree' of political pressure? _The publication warns: Watch W N. Cheats. I Curly Hair Comeback

Her husband and a companion were fishing Conclusion: Governor Burns can't lose; the this one. j 1955 Curly hair will stag a come
from a small boat not long ago, when their craft university presidents can't win. The Methodist Church proposes Phil Constsns. supervising principal back if Paris hair stylists hare
overturned and they were plunged into the water -Polk County Democrat-Bartowe Low prices to egg producers to pull off the "every membercanvass" of the Use Oak Public their way. Mannequins in the
Nearby other fishermen in another boat saw the IDon't have even some of the big ones on the fourth Sunday in Schools war elected as a memberof spring couture fashion shows .
accident-and rushed off In the opposite direction. hanging on the ropes. this month. Automobiles, carriages the IS member board of directors I wore an sorts of curled licks.

Fortunately, the floundering men were able to save Sell Body Short The industry got a jolt recently and the hereditary power of the Florida Educational Carita advanced the "angelofshort -
will be used. Join the ranks of
themselves.The The dollar value of chemicals which could be when Eggarama, Inc., biggest workers. Association last week end' in hair curled and brushed

fishermen In that second boat would have extracted from the adult human body has risen egg production enterprise in Iowa Tampa during the annual convention high. Alexandra went for "mad
collapsed and "gave the ghost".
up .
found themselves right at home among the ridersin from 98 cent* ten years ago to 134.54 now, accord- It went under because, though Et-Oovernor Patterson of group curies" framing the face in

that New York subway train. log to Nobel-Prlce-Wlnner Hans Adolf Krebs, recent it could produce eggs at 33 to 38 Tennessee, is announced to address apparent disarray

It is not the white race, or the black race, or medical science lecturer at Kansas Univer cents a dozen. It could sell themin the people of Live Oak on
the yellow race or any other color race that is out slty Medical Center the open market for no more the night of April 8th in the Baptist .

.. of kilter It is the human race that needs the major A 110-pound man carries enough' fat In his than 33 to 39 cents. Church. There should not be
*41u Umnta. leave you t .wttdr7ou. s ter.n the UMUM t.* make 1 ....k*. eC .osot muMMtv "-,(* l- Len than a year old. Eaaarama standing room on this occasion. AliisChalmersSALES
Glum) in was described u a completely Integrated Ten your {frtand about it.
story of the Good Samaritan? his bones to whitewash a chicken coop; I 1 ,
-Polk County Democrat Bartow enough carbon in his cell fluids for 9000 business "from egg to
pencils and egg". It ls reported to have been
sufficient phosphorus for the 1910A and SERVICEIN
tips of 3200 matches backed by solid professional and
Secrecy Concerns U$ AllIn The human body is still the worlds greatest businessmen and had skilled record field of candidates will

discussing the edict of Governor Burns laboratory; furthermore, it is automated and con management Its inability to seek the three legislative seats THE LIVE OAK AREA

about secret meetings with a number of local cltls' trolled by the finest computer yet devised the weather the current depressed seven Courthouse offices five

ens, we have been somewhat surprised to find that human brain market was blamed on lack of county commissioners posts three We Repair Any Make
school commissioner slots four or Model Tractor
financial reserves, and no ateady
many of them see nothing wrong with this methodof -lAke Wales News justice of
conducting public affairs markets at guaranteed prices. constables peace Jobs In offices the Democratic and four (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver)

Well, we do.. We also believe that everyone Primaries to be
Desegregation held In May. Races
Must Following Eggarama's
should be perturbed at a proposal of this kind Come collapse developed in four of the 40 ALL WORK GUARANTEED-
One mature,, substantial citizen said that this is Money would not buy a way out of the desegre some Midwest Congressmen have county Democratic committee
gation of been pressing USDA to resume
our schools
the practice on every level of government city, even if we had It. The positions. Courthouse officials
buying of dried which it has
county state, and federal..This Isn't the complete Santa Rosa County School Board Is acting on ord boasted previously eggs had helped declare the number of candidates Leo Dunnam Building
ers to work
up a plan for for the 1940
truth, thank goodness. desegregation and It Is from tune to time to stabilize the primaries surpasses
We also heard that there Is nothing wrong with up to us citizens to be prepared to accept It. market. Secretary Orvllle Freeman I those of any other year (Mayo Rod Across From Hcmlaad Fd Mill)

meeting to discuss issues in private. With that we Law and logic dictate this move. To resist it responded with a stepped up
can agree But to meet for the purpose of deciding would be futile and foolish. It has been a long campaign to promote egg ...IeLIt I'North Swinging westward across Phone 3623222

Important Issues in private Is dangerous.To time coming. Remember that the U.8. Supreme Is possible USDA will resume Charles Floods United States Senator

hold public meetings only after the Issues Court made their landmark ruling on the subject egg buying at a later date but campaign O.for Andrews broughthis

are decided and have a cut-and-drled on the some nine years ago and If this be speed it Is Washington reports Indicate It Is fun term tn the Senate re-election Into to Live a Landen Tractor Co.
unleu certainly deliberate hesitant to get back Into this kind
questions serves no good purpose. there is Oak and Suwaanee County Tues
of rescue work for producers In
someone to debate the moot points. The public We have had very harmonious relations be an Industry that Insists on going day night and Wednesday morn- HAROLD LANDEN, Owner
needs to know and feel know_ tween the white and black Ing.
we has the right to people of our county all-out expanding production In
the "why" as well u the "what" about the transactions The Negroes have been patient and we have had spite of low-price warning signals.

of its governing bodies. Reporters who are no major examples of white persons agitating for Well be boosting for tits in

only in on the vote In such cases are lost as to the repression. Lets keep It that way as we enter a May when the Industry In Florida

background in many cues At best they can only new chapter of cooperation between. the races. begins to work toward a surplus

surmise and deduce the reasoning -PresaAuetteMilton position u tourist volume tapers

There are some who wonder why we art so upset off with a consequent decline In '

since we are not In the habit of oov.rinlstate The best thing that parents can spend on their the number of consumers here. FROM THE

cabinet meetings. What disturbs us about it Is the children is time not money. TimesRepublican According to Lloyd II. OeU.

fact that this secrecy In government, if permittedat Marahalltown. Ia. general manager of the Poultry EASTERBUNNY
and Egg National Board unless b
the state level be I .
may accepted as permissible there Is a substantial rise In egg
here, for one thing. Another Is that we are Interest There has been a great improvement In the I sales, many poultrymen throughout -

ed in good honest government at all levels, and we Congressional Record The mailing wrapper Is the nation are going to be

are sure that the presence of the press Inhibits of a much nicer quality of paper, Banner, Nashville forced Into bankruptcy

skullduggery.This Tenn.
is not an editorial defense of the press. It has been nearly as tough

We have our Irresponsible segment. We make mis Personality consists of acting natural and Impressing getting labor for Chicago steel ./II>

takes. But the public usually exercises more wisdom people at the same time. Telegraph, mills as rounding up enough
than some of us give them credit for In evaluating Herald Dubuque. la. workers to harvest Florida's fruit '. .

the news feportl.Wha' I and vegetable crops. ..iIo;'"
Inland and U. B. Steel both
we are defending the public's light to Uniform traffic laws are excellent. The big spent thousands of dollars on recruiting -
know what is being done by our governmental problem however to get drivers to obey them for workers last year In
bodies.We should be concerned about these things Sentinel. Milwaukee. the Midwest and Pennsylvania

and we have a right to know about them.Press0uetts. Both companies report results

Milton were disappointing.

The Suwannee Democrat Educational requirements have Now they want an Easter basket.
Consider The Source been lowered now and only "bole The years paM

Last week the United States Supreme' Court OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA simple literacy band and tools"the abUty0 are called fur use quickly, then it's a college education

ruled that really, fellows it's quite unfair to censor -"In lAe f/Wrl ./ lA. 5.imit.. Rlw F.fl e y*1 One requirement last year bad they are needing.
movies Make them as dirty as you want to: If the BANNER Consolidated LEADER been a high school education.U. ahead put 10% of your earnings into
public doesnt. like them. it doesnl have to pay to Established lilt August 3. INT Established 1888 8. Steel has stepped up in- a Savings
Pskll.hed Every Th.r.l.yal Fin Account
A Connerete..toL to fulfill
see them. plant training because "we still your aspirations and
l TI :Wad.wo those of chil
u t1.Editor
Under this type of reasoning, the best way to P bTl ser need skilled labor and there just your

teach a child about a hot stove Is to let him get a Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Isn't enough go around, Stepped dren. Open your Savings Account anllteep it
Walter Lee Olite .... growing.
third-degree burn and possibly a lifetime scar;,or Advertising Manager up are vocational training
George) T. (Pete) and adult education the
Wright by
lets teach children to swim by throwing them, In ....Shop Foreman
;Second Class Postage Paid At 0ai Chicago School Board and the
the ocean a few may drown but the end win Live PVortda"SUBSCRIPTION Cook County welfare department
Justify the means. Suwannee County8400 .
la the legto ef the ........ Overt the eMfrssasHS ALL.RATES Outside Suwannee County as 00
SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance Kerchief Hats In VogueVery
( .( exyrwdoa) jmtlftee the mean (c.-
much In for spring
pampered filth en the nations .... swccns). kerchief vogue : .
hats with casual
'feefVeahing! news, of course .Is that dosens of and attention back detailing. : COMMERCIAL BANK

movie moguls are busily reading d ldren'a books, The Millinery Institute of America ---
all seeking' a story which could make as successful e. IlDmIROPI reports these are youthful I LIVE
motion picture as has "Mary Popplns". easy: to wear and can be worn !IOF OAK

Sweetness can be carried Its limits, too. and .... ; comfortably with coats suits or OAK FLORIDA
: none of us like saccharine in large doses: but when dresses. They come tn cotton, silk
\ and pliable straw braids. .

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Pastor's CornerWM. .w ea u Suwannee Democrat

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V. (Bill) PIERCE tons and subscriptions renewed to I
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Minister, Lire- Oak Church of Christ 'Ii I March 13 to March U,
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I Mr* Ida C. Edward, Oainea-
The power of love. upon -all HI disciples. "Love one vile
-As the Father hath loved me another" Why all these words Mrs. David Martinet, OklahomaCity I
10 have I loved you: continue ye from the lips of Jesus? These

In My love. If ye keep My commandment words were spoken because of the Mrs Harold Nlckoto. Anderson I
ye shall abide In My tremendous power of love. Love wed 1M ....... .t ... JM ........ to Own. -..... Jnrtak b."hn ... Iw4 ttw guu* ,..... M k was ... atnpaan 8,0. I
love: even .as I kept My lathers: do for live what Mpuklii* SWA*? jHOTlmBay Sn4 tar to un Uw MlplM to.".* MM' px4 .t Uw torn* MIN Uw .*.ill... ........Ute.........w p...0.
can our nothing UM MMM ...... ...,, Uw *M* M Uw Ottawa MwwUla w..., Uwyrmlvwl to My Uw ........ ..... V.. bctfy .( WpUn u.4 tMok OwtaUMUytil aa..a Robert Dehart. Plant City:
commandments. and abide In His else can possibly do. The power ol ftf. .Aa ...... toUi UM JMM aa.el. ,Uwk" m>n tlMtil".-,tUttlMWSS.T40. ChriM ..* kM ft ta ..*r .. ewes UM MUM*,-M tUww IS:IMS. Mrs Amanda Starling, Rt, L. O.
love. These things have Z spoken love cannot be estimated. ..c. Ute d.S-Ma&IMw au-4. lie ma H .a.- UtUt w MOMS.Fore OOLDBN XXXTl ....... M S. Mrs. H. M. Bailey, Rt. Uuder-
unto you that My love might remain In a recent article In Reader's dale
In you and that your joy Digest titled. "1be Awesome
might be full" (John 15'9-lD.: In Power Of Love", the author said mount and the golden rule. For Revival Services At Of Granite And Ice SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED:
human beings and for all humanity
these verses Jesus beautifully outlined "Love Is the single most important K. B. Williams Mayo
the greatest power on earth force now shaping our physical nothing" could be more important. Oiurch Of NazareneRevival O. D. Crawley, Fairmont. W.
-that of love. Jesus here said emotional and spiritual services will begin Discoverer Describes Mountain Va.
"The Father loves Me." What a lives." This article was written by Let us now rediscover power ot Monday and continue thru SUn. J T. Howell Wtllborn
comfort this must have been to scientist. He said "We now love as laid down in the Bible day April 4, at the Live Oak Named For President I Dr. Hugo Sotctongo. L. O.
the Lord to know H. had the know that lore Is an essential par) First let us look at the power of Church of the Nazarene It was Kennedy C. W. Viet Jr. L. O.
greatest torn! 'What a feeling of of the nourishment of every baby: God's love. Have. you ever stoppedto announced here this week. Services Mrs Lee Pryor. lit L. 0
security the consciousness of His and unless he is loved he will not think what life would be without will be held each evening at Washington The Canadian mountain recently Mrs. Kenneth E. Fletcher Jack.
ethers love must have broughtto grow and develop as a healthy; Ood'a Jon The fact Is. life 730 pjn. named for President John F. Kennedy a majestic. peak sonvlll
His wounded heart! As His own organism psychologically spiritually could not be. His marvelous love The Rev Bert C. Wheeler pastor with a face of granite and ice. Carblt Hills, Rt. L. 0
turned Him down and as He must or physically, even though Informs us. "1& Is written, they of the Suwannee Church The 13,900-foot slant was discovered in 1935: by Dr. Ray Jordon Rt.. L. O.
have felt unloved by those whom he may: be psyilcslly: well nur- shall an be taught of Ood" (John three miles north of White Bradford Washburn. leader of the National Geographic W, R. Vann. MeAlpin
He had come to save this thought. tured he may waste away and 8:45): Ood's tore draws us toward Springs, and a former pastor of society Yukon Expedition Mount as
"My Father loves Me." was of die." Clinical proofs were furnUhed Heaven. His love Is Heavens the Live Oak church will be the Kennedy rises just east of the ate work at Harvard' Initltu of Richard J. Prrry
greatest Importance. Then Returned to back up his statements. "pulling power" which I* ever tugging evangelist The Rev. Mr. Wheeler Alaskan border In the St. Ellas Geographical Exploration when
to His discouraged dlaeiples He pointed out that among the at our heart "No man can Is now semi-retired and ha informed Mountains, highest range In Can- he undertook the Yukon expedl- ROTC Cadet
and said. "I love you too." effect of not being loved are: come to me. except the Father the local church that this ada. Uon for the Society. R. now I I' Richard Perry. son of toy Per
What a blessing to their hearts stunting dwarflam. emotional disturbance draw Him" (John IU: Ood's will be his last revival and that "It's director of the Boston Museum of ry. Is presently enrolled M a cadet

U they walked the dusty trail *, and criminal InolinaUon .i iI love constrain us Paul said, "For following the service here he will peak, sheathed a magnificent In snow and granite Ice Science which President Kennedy: In the Army ROTC at the University
with Jesus I Then he tenderly ex- *. Then be added these atgniflcant <- ia! love cf Christ eonstrainrth retire from the active ministry on the southerly and served a* a thrustee for 11 rears of Florida
I westerlysides.
farted "continue yi In My lore, I. : word*. "Love il Creative us" and John said lOW, love Him The public la invited to attend ." said Dr Washburn describing before his aaiasstnatton. Cadet perry ,graduate\ from
and showed them how to continuein greatly enriching the live of both I because He first loved us" (1 John any or all of the services the Canadian honor-, Earlier just after the turn ofthe Suwannee nigh School! In \M.eial .
His tore by announcing. "If ye the receiver and the giver. It I* .:11... Ood'a love holds us. To century, the National Oco-
"There fantastle ,
are rook cliff
keep My commandment ye shall the only thing on earth of which know He loves us binds our hearts
things in life and they are free. on the north and fut On the graphic Society and the tn rna. area to Nunstsk Fiord.
abide In My love". Then H* used one cannot give away to anyone to Him and binds us to His heart He invites us to come and feast south and west the snow and Ice tolnal Boundary. Commission sent Mount Kennedy was discovered

too much. There is no substitute Paul raises the question: "Who for He has made all thing ready.! flow Into the glacier below a series of expedition to map the S3 mile east of a point almost
BAKING FOR for It. It can never harm or Inhibit shall separate us from the love of Ood's lore then show us Heaven I western flank of the Alanka-Can exactly halfway between Mount
or spoil. It can only benefit. God," (Romans I.S: Ood's won. and lets the The National Geographic expedition ada
Birthday, Parties And us see beyond by border where It pastes thru Itubbard and Mount Alverstone.
WeddingsHOT ." These words are added by: derful love turns us inside out eye To the loving childof explored and mapped almost the heart of the colossal peaks of Its geographical ooordlnaU are
another.. "This idea Is not new. anclll... the world a true view ot 5.000 square miles of unknown
God Heaven U Just out there the St. Phil: range, and to study 60 d'lrH.20 minute North and
DONCTS ALL DAY hearts when they our terrain in the Yukon Territory.
our see
What Is Is that
new contemporary
more more more more more more the movements of the glacier In 13i degree tit minutes West
LIVE OAK BAKERY men should be rediscovering by works and bear our words. Godslove and lit let u* see the lights along Its members discovered U this last stronghold of the lee Age The peak wa not liven a formal
gewinawe A"IIIHit scientific research the ancient afford us beautiful constant the shore as they are beaming peaks more than 10,000 feet high on the continent of North America. name at discovery
truths of the the companionship with God. and a number of extensive glaci
sermon on
brightly. He lets us know there Is Late In 1M4 Canadian Prime
the Son and the Holy Spirit and no dark river to crow between Even
1'1.Th.. after these extensive surreys Minister Later B. Parson announced
because of such companionship here and Hla home of light and expedition named twomountains there still remained a blank that a peak some IS
we have faith in Ood's constancy, love Finally. Ood's love is fitting northwest of Mount area of nearly S 000 square miles. miles from the Alaska border
Ood's love makes us "bigger". for us for that glory world where all Kennedy for Britain's King
stretching south and west from would be named for the late
THREE BEDROOM HOMES its In our lives enriches us.Leavy Oeorge and Queen Mary In honor
will be well forever. The complete Kluane Lake Dr Washbuml expedition President But officials later decided -
of their
commandment of God Jubilee year In a little
story, however of Ood's wonderful made many mapping to the
apply Kennedy nameto
Brick Veneer One Two Baths las a and when we wtllngly radio shack at YakuUt Alaska,
or purpose lore can never be told In this nights In the winter and spring of a higher mountain nearer the
obey we profit and grow and world by human lips but same Dr, Washburn received a messag 135. The party landed on Lowell Canadian-United. border a
FHA or CONVENTIONAL deepen In love. Jesus saM "If ye" sweet day we shall know all about from the British Foreign Seen.taq Glacier by airplane, then used change made official on January
love me ye will keep my word. Ills love and why Ha lore us so. : Sir John Simon expressing ledge and dog to cross the |ls- 1. 1063.ry .
Financing Again "He that keepeth My com Second think of the power of King Oeorge'a appreciation and
mandments abldeth In My love"Qod's his congratulations to the expedl-
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT, bortherly love, H* exhorts. "Let
tore settles us down end brotherly tore continue. Why* lon for making the first cross-
Finhcran FiuN'i blend ofpoiynttr
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. bring to our ruffled souls a great Brothf'rl1lon binds us, give u* a leg of the St. Ellss Mountains Super mil, combed own cotton ,
from the Yukon to Alaska
calm and peace within for his
reeling of security bring peace
SELECT YOURS NOW love ls the proper tonic for our provoke untold good works enriches Mount Kennedy's neighbor.

Contact troubled hearts. HI love help our live, enlarges our ca- Mount Itubbard IO50 feet, wt A great Spring fabric-
u* to look up so that we can come pacltiea. makes us new and Is the named for Gardiner Greene lIul). with added
smiting through the dark cloud Christians badge for He said "8, bard, first president of the Na. now

W. G. MULLINS of life. His love I* refreshing to this shall all men know ye are Mydisciples. tional Oeogrsphle. Society. advantagesSUPER .
the soul and helps us to face If ye love one another"Let A glacier.. named for A, 1
Phone 362-2057 bravely whatever life holds for us.Ood love abide for man U nothing Lawrence Lowell, who had just
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John Burnette. P. O. B.loa.- *** Cot. non.. .. and.. IN THIRD THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OP THE OP Clerk*""".*f.Circuit*". ",tean.- Florid.Bye .
fll. th. original la th. off5e 01 IN AND FOR SUWANNEE SEAL)
From Washington Interment followed in the Anti- *f '". Huwanne.County. .. COUNTY.FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY L/Ui.. Radford
t Report och Cemetery. of April.' A. D.e..or. l;for.Jk7l7r coo DIVORCE AND OTHER EWE ..... D. c.

James B. DanleU Funeral Home oaro to _... ,. earn*. olhoowl.' .tab GIN: M. ,BURNERTOlJr
By Senator George Smathen ......Uo.. ol lb. Complaint will ..
was In charge of funeral arranl"menta. .0 O. ....,..... b' '0.. I raIRENE
I Dons sod 0....... In Lin, Oak For.Ida. : BVRNEY. JOHN B.
WASHINGTON Senator where In the government service""I thia .1r4 5.7 01 Marsh A.,IKS810NBCler" A. D. 100.LAVAUGHH .. SSTlU "' A'...
I ed.The
.'I George A. Smathers today intro- Floridian further noted am Interested solely In main- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN of Clreolt Court -wt Culliaa. AW-
, AND FOR SUWANNEK COUNTY,. .... Florida notified. thai R Cornplaint STETSONBATS
duced In the Senate a bill which that studies have disclosed that taming the highest standards of STATE OF FLORIDA. .u. County. To* for ar W.o...i ha. boon IM hi the..
would amend the Federal Aviation the strains and pressures of this safety possible and In taking; precautionary IN rR0aAT6lIN 'BRAE> Bit Llllh. Radford ....!.. ._.. Court sad you ". '";t 1. .
Act of 1958 to permit air type of work together with the measures now to prevent REt FRANK F.laU K.of JENKiNS D. 0. Inn to .or:,. Oh.aopr Complalnt:of: 01" Upon amwar Oh.or t.PI.IM

I I traffic controller who have accumulated natural processes of aging, have air disasters In the future. Dae.aad. 45.41THI tiff' Attorn4. W... Randall. BI.uuhl.r.P. .

! I 20 years of active con- caused the mental faculties of he concluded. 'For this reason" I AppUcatlaa N.Ik. Of latMttaa For Final DlMharfoNoUc. T. Mali IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CUITTOP flU. O. Bo. BOB LI. Oak Florlda..ndClark

! trol service In the field to retire controllers to Blow up &.1 they. am hopeful that Congress will : I. ......b' .lv.. that Francoi JUDICIAL SUWANNEECOUNTY. hofoOh.oCircuitthC..rtlcBwanehn....,.....
\ v at the age of 50.I reach the age of 50 and that they take prompt and favorable actionon 3 Petition. Fora.ll.for Final EiMUtria: Dl.rhan., ha. .filed. Kn.cU'I.., FLORIDA. IN AND FOR IN CHANCERY tb...l&. LI."ay of Oak.April.Florida.A. /m .or.. W p 0," NOW AT

... .., DIVORCE AND' OTHER RELIEFPATBICIA ....... .'"' ''" .
"To appreciate the need for deteriorate with age. this important bill"Cancer trim of the E> of Frank R. J.nkl can to eon..t th. !?... .Jallrtatloni
I earlier retirement for air traffic "I do not mean to Imply," lv' 1'I and that lIr..p'::. lath d.' of D. NORRIS. of the Complaint will -
I >, .h* to th. Honorable Plaintiff .. .. oonfmod. by you.Don. GIBBS CO.
I controller," Smather stated "1 cautioned "that a critical situation R.... Brown County Judea dSow. and 0......... I I. .l.. O.k F'o,
conditionsthat Society To .,,,.. County. Florida, for approval WILLIAM M. NORRIS, Ida. this .... A. D. IU'.
take look has arisen due to
think It Is necessary to a of laid final dlachan. .. BiMutrU of D..d..t. tLAVAUGNNaA. SESSIONS
at the nature of control work and now exist in he Air Traffic Meet March 30 th. E..... of Frank H. J.nk/n., 01.....- TOI WII1l.m III. Nom.U5AF5S.. Bo. te.AO..05.-
the tremendous stresses upon thecontroller' Conrol Service. To the contrary' Mrs. W. Ii. Langhlnchouie, id.Thl. tlrd d.y of March. 1143. d., Wubinelon 1..
ability to meet his the skill Joyalty and devotion to publicity chairman announcedthat FRANCE J. FENNELt You an h..b .otltkd that n Carnpinint the

demanding duties... duty of the control tower and air a meeting of the American .Frank. EiKutrU. .. J.nklna of the, F.tal.1C5 /..,....of... above. named for Dlvone Court hu and.been jro. are filed requiredto I.I .- Those devilish Dodge Boys are dealing again!
that the most traffic control center per- err..op? of your aa.wer or pluad
He pointed out route Cancer Society b scheduled for -" Inn to tk. Complalat:: I : upon Oh. Plaintlffa -
crucial task of the controller 11 sonnel Is scarcely excelled any- Tuesday, March 36 at 9:30: a.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Attorner. W... Randall SlMUhWr. '
the air traffic decision which. in at the first Methodist Church. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF P. O. Bo. .0i, LI*. Oak,office Florida of andfile Ih. 65 DODGE POLARA
today's Jet era of unparalleled All committee chairmen and COUNTY.FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN UWANNEE CHANCERY Clerk the of orlclnal the Court, ......"..
Yearbook Wins HonorAt DIVORCE IJ.. Oak Florida, on or r-.f<...
congestion and Incredible speeds workers to attend this Connie
t are urged IDA MAli: JOLLEY.Pldntlff. the tlrd ..., of April. A. D. l.... If yOU $2806Town
must be made in quick time often Florida meeting ..r. to .ont*>t the kame. otherwl.e the
In seconds and even split- North JC ".. ......11... of the Complaint will be Ukea -
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EDWARD M. JOLLEY a. kr 'ou.Done
aeconds. North Florida Junior Colelge D.f.ndant. I and Ordared In Ll.* Oak. Florida and Country
"The controller" the Florida has been notified its 1964 year- Funeral Services TOi .Edward M. Joll.y. whoi. odd...., thli tlrd day of M......SESSIONS A. D. 14*. "" Motors, Inc.
...101.... and. rwhUne. la unknown. LAVAUGRN
Senator continued "cannot afford book, "The Sentinel", has been You ... h..b, notlfltd. that a Complaint I Clerk of Circuit CourtBuwaane U.S. lit North
the luxury of deliberation. awarded a second place certificate Bertha B. Brackin for Divert ha. own fll>d In oh..bor. I County Florida. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
... qulr.d 'C1IEAL.>
Court I
.m'" you
He must have the mental capacityfor in the 13th annual yearbook to .r.y of your aniwr or pleadIn I,I LIHU.. ....,oreS
rapid analysis of the Immediate contest conducted by the Colum- *, t. th. Complaint: upon th. Plain I D. C.
Held tiff'. Atto....". Wn. Randall. a..h. _. I 41.41
t' traffic situation the formula bia Scholastic Press Association al Sunday -

tlon of a sound decision on mom Columbia University.
entary facts that are constantly In the nationwide contest "The Funeral services for Mrs. Ber-
changing and the almost instan. Sentinel" missed a first place tha B. Brackin 79/ were conducted -

taneous delivery of concise and award by about 60 points, Miss by Rev. Johnnie Hutchinson at i.
accurate instructions In critical Mildred Parrlsh yearbook adviser the Antioch Baptist Church Sun FOR SALE 150 John Deere \

t' traffic situations." said. The award-wlnnini year- day March 21. Rev. W H. Gray NnY tractor good condition, tiller .f

"This process demands th
mental faculties of quick thinking of Live Oak. Other members of Mrs. Brackin was a lifelong 40 John Deere tractor 195J

l retentive memory accurate the staff were Billy Mills Live resident of Suwannee County and HELP WANTED FOR SALE 3/4-ton OMC truck. 4-spetd \ '

[ analysis and Judgment under Oak: Linda Foy O'Steen Mayo; passed away Friday. March 19. at transmission; and 1955 3/4-ton

pressure and concentration if the Carolyn Davis, Madison; Butch the Dowling Park Nursing Home LITTLE ADS WANTED First class carpen FOR SALE New and used Chevrolet truck. Fuco ChemIcal ,(

controller Is to fulfill 'the highest Winter. Perry; Jackie Pepera She is survived by her husband ten at U. S. Poet Office In Llv pianos. Prier Music Co.. Nat! Co. 363-3093. cite It !

possible degree of safety' for the Madison: and Carolyn Davis W. L. Brackin; seven daughters, BIG RESULTS Oak. George E. Jensen contractor Ohio Ave, Live Oak. 363-3188 FOR SALE!: Five registered-Al.
travelling public" Smatherj stat Oreenvllle. Thelma Gray. Laura Ve Myers. Inc. Apply at Job. We an ail U
gus bum. 'J. W Wallace. 38J3470. -
Addle Lou Peeples. Corrlne Griner -
BVY-8ELJ-EXCIIANGE an equal opportunity employer)
and Lillian Brackin all of cajjt FOR SALE! All sizes of tar cbjJ 44-45 J
Tampa, Esrllne Ledford of Oolds- Whatever the purpose Hu will not to leak
Register For Free Prizes AtNELL'S boro N, C., and Betty Dorrlety of find Democrat classifieds do LADIES Boost your Income Ottls! Brown Moton. cdJJ U For Sale-Real Estate J

Anchorage, Alaska: four sons. the job. quickly and well Sell Luzier Cosmetics. Call or

Tully Brackin of Fullerton Calif., write Lucille Courto,.. Phone USED MACHINE SALE Used

TOT-N-TEEN SHOP Eugene Brackin of Atlanta Oa.. 793-5451 or Box 294. Jasper Singer portables, start at $9 93. FOR SALE!::

Hubert Brackin and Louis Brack- DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Fla. pdhj 44-41 Singer Co. Lake City Fla. CaD Brick veneer home located Sherwood -

Nothing To Buy Come In And Register In, both of Tampa; one sister 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays 753-4081. cabj tl Forest bedrooms, 1 and
Mrs. Tom Henry. Live Oak; and H baths, electric heat ate s .

two brothers, Olin T. Bozeman oLive LOW RATE FOR RESULTS: FOR SALE: One M John Deere yean small down payment

DRAWING SAT. APRIL 3 Oak and Ward Bozeman of SVi' cents per word with a .MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS tractor and all equipment Including price $15,000. P. H. A. finance .

j Clearwater. minimum of $1.00. power saw. Bargain available to qualified buyer

5:00 P.M. Active pallbearers were: Scott (All classified most bo paid In price. Call 363-3939 or 963
: Bozeman. James M. Bozeman advance.) 3743. caJJ tf 4 bedroom home. 3 baths living
Louie Bozeman S. T. Bozeman MONET for your farm operations room dining room kitchen
: REGISTER EVERY DAY UNTIL DRAWING TIME Thomas Henry, Oene Henry William ONE WEEK FREE at reasonable cost. Terms and good location known as the
FOR SALE: Poulan PIoneer
to fit needs. Loans to
Bozeman and James E. CUMlfleds ordered for' five 7 years.your Call North Florida up Pro chain saws, parts and service. "Dr. Price Home", price: now
PHILCO STEREO10TRANSISTOR Bozeman. weeks run the but week free. hooks reduced to $13,600 terms tan
duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Loninsupplle., clamps
PRIZES RADIO Honorary pallbearers were: $100 will pay for a 2$ word' Ave., Live Oak TeL 382-3581. bows bars, and chains. Repair be arranged.
John Gates, Dandy Sapp. Lee advertisement for five weeks e abe-tf
for most small gasoline engines
HAIR DRYER fryor, Ernest Holmes Tony Mc- Vie Suwannee Democrat CUsl- Tyre's Saw & Engine Service 3 bedroom borne two baths, nice

Mullen Henry Folsom, Perry Ox- flrxb for Proven Remits. I formerly Electric Service Co. lot. 4500. cash.
mdlne, Laure B. Roberson and VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
903 5th St. Your small engirt
Machine machlnelesa, and cold I headquarters. cadj U 80-acre farm. 03 acres tillable J- Y
FOR RENTA wave permanent given. Operators bedroom frame house. 4" deep
Annie H. Mills Myr well with clectrto all
BUILDINGS Butler all metal pumP. un

Picture a SKYSCRAPER. nice house for sale and a. idea UelUll, and Mary Drew panelframe buildings and sheds. der fence, graded road frontage
a-bedroom place for rent. can Do.trtlbManlcllarta' Rub Ideal for shops atorage'Bqu1p H ml. from state highway 3H

I 383-2938 or 963-3743. CajJ tf Sanford at Annie's each Thursday meat etc. DRAIN BINS Butler ml. from Live Oak. terms avail

Friday and Saturday. bins and drying equipment able. 1
fOR RENT Spaces for moblU cult!
SPRAYERS: -Maynth one and
homes. Plenty of room. Nice two barren sprayer with 3- PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor

and clean. Good well water point hitch, ,alY. drums, swivel 406 8. Ohio Ave.
Lake for fishing and swimming, ANY TYPE I Live Florida
row crop drops. Call T. E. Me Oak.
Morgan's Trailer Park. US 90 Call. 933-4303. Branford. c il
West Live Oak. Florida. Phone rJ-
I pfcb 43-4
883-2018. pcfdj 19-H ,
" FOR SALE: Frame house and
FOR RENT bedroom unfurnished eludes refrigerator stove beater -
house. Phone 3831881 DONE 14' nmabout trailer and 30 drapes Pint $300 for equity

or 883-1681. caJJ tf hp Johnson motor. May be seen Phone 363-36M. pbJJ 44-45
Granite, Marble Bronze at 117 Van Buren St. Can m-

FOR' RENT 4-room furnished Phone 362-3333 3403. eaJJ tf

apartment with 2 bedrooms,, LIVE OAKMONUMENT FARM AND TIMBER LOANS

private bath window fan. 213 : Spear guns, five?, masks, swim AVAILABLE:

N. Walker Ave. Phone 383-1074 CO. fins. Most anything for the man For Information call or see

call U Homer Sanford ReCANT or woman that Wes to dive or PAUL A. BYRD
one story high! swim. Picnic Baskets. MACK'S 406 a Ohio Ave.
A fOR RENT 2 stores available SPORT SHOP. Phone 363- Live Oat Florida

I April! 1, at 3J6-J31 W. Howard BLEEP 1305. pdJJ 43-47 Phone 363-1389
That' the FOREVER HOME: the home built St. the former W, L Darner NERVES JITTERY} e tt

for your way of life and built to last I life stores. Contact J. D. Henry Need tranqulllsingT Tiny Yellow BOATS with live well 12 n.

time. 383-3110 for Information. DORMA-REST: Capsules can help $3495. Life jackets adult's. FOR SALE House and lot

cbJJ 44-4S you sleep better. Keepe you related $3.95. children's. $3.33. Life 110' :x IOO on a Walker Aw
( Free from tension. Mil- cushions from $38 to U....
The heart of the FOREVER HOME is a J. O. Cannon at Cannon A
time-tested steel structural system developed 1 HELP WANTED eta Ions Available have been sold 34 Capsules Coast Guard approved MACK'S Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3621617. -
at Live Oak Drug SPORT
SHOP. Phone 363"M. rail) O
through U. S. Steel research, with Co.
peJJ 41-45 .
the same inherent strength found in skyscrapers I WAITRESSES WANTED Must pdJJ 43-47

and bridges. Steel withstands i be over 31. Apply In person between BRUCTS DAY NURSERY MACK'S SPORT SHOP Pbone TRAILER OWNERS'

rust and termites; will not crack, rot, warp the noun of 9-13 am at Child care by day or week 363-1303. Zcbco spinning reels LOTS FOR SALE

or sag. Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake Monday thru Friday and rods from $...5. Fishing GOOD TERMS. Priced $m

City cae] U I ajn. 1:10 pjn. poles from 49o up. Paddles from OUTSIDE CITY (but close In

113 8. Ohio Are. $UI up. Rubber boots from PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
The FOREVER HOME Is engineered to keep wind rain cfbe 43-47 $395pr, up. pdJJ 43-47 406 8. Ohio Ave.
f'!' .:.. Ap II to 40. Apply In person. Live, Oak. Florida

1 and all Inclement weather out . comfort in. It I Is A A W Drive In. caJJ tf FOR SALE: Portable Irrigation Phone 363-13M

fully insulated and comfort-conditioned. YOUR. I :x 10 PHOTO Hand .,.&em. 500 oil
?'t I'III"- -m WANTED Waitresses. Apply al colored In oil. only $2. Offer ft of 4 Inch: 500
ft of 3
Inch pipe. Can 776-1145
Dixie Prill. caJJ tf
--'iI'' '.".. expires May 30. 165. Leave at
SAVE MONEY on monthly utilities bills. Up to 40% Hunter's Relll men or see pdJJ 44.41

savings In the FOREVER HOME. WAITRESS person: at WANTED-Apply the Colonial House m Chas.Phone A.383-3393.Taylor. RL 4, Box 118. FOR SALE: Mechanical trans- HORNE REALTY CORP.

Restaurant I-7J and 13$. No pajej J-3 Planter In good condition. Has BRANCH OFFICE :

on maintenance, tool Exterior Is all brick with, phone calla call U INCOME TAX RETURNS set about H acres of tobMco.' Sie W. Reward 81

steel soffit. .Only the wood shutters require painting. Apr. 13 U deadline for filing Caf177I-1431 after p.m. lie U :

This to 80 less maintenance cost BALES RURKSINTATIVIWANTED Income tax. Let us prepare, your PIGEONS GEORGE B. DEESAulet4.M :
means up % Metropolitan Life return. Short and Young or breeding
long forma
bas for salesman In pain $1.50 pr. In 3 or more pro
iU' opening and business forma. Browns
: The FOREVER HOME is truly the best value for your this area. Starting salary open Bookkeeping Service. 733 WtUerAve. Iota ing. For Immediate pets or' squab breed Phone 342-1618 :

homebuilding dollar' depending on Sales experienceand pajj 44.47 shipment
I qualification to $800 pt1'month. HORDES, 616 a X. 3rd Ave_ OVER
Fort Lauderdale. CUT wooDLANDAbout
Complete training pro Fla.Pddh Jo MUM From Lie Oak
gram Xmuraaea Program Price $3.009. Only ,tOO
THE STRENGTH OF STEEL" Retirement Program. Contact For Sa1 --AotamotiT* FOR BALK: Register Black Good Easy: Term On Balance
tvTiy Not Plant Sao Pine Tr***
Metropolitan Ufe. 101 N. Pat. Anna bun I
years old. Good
tenon BL. Valdosta. Oars Tel FOR BALE 1N3 Voaaw. egi dllPOIIUoa and good condition. For Your YoongmtmT
Ute 341-Oea. cad UWANTED $1100. Fine condition radto. Can 363-3173 after a P'". Win .
bMter.1IURIIItr rtcOninc seat.vent trade for helfen. 30 ACRES
One curb girt andone pbJJ U-4. About 13 IClr Prom Ute Oak .
shades good Urea. CaD
WLrr@[ girl for Inside kitchen help. 35-4011. Branford, Fla.. FOR SALE: Day aM bate toed Livable Itauw-Oood Water
J Apply In person at Parkers tUtka. 1/3 Mil: Off Mate HKbvay
19J and
call U fry-
Drive In on Jasper Highway en. Gotland and turkey poults. $500 Down $M Pw Month
tail 41 FOR SALE 1144 Den Or Trade
US 139. north. Falcon. tjW also custom hatching .r any

; BUSINESS. Inder. 3-door. beige, with U.4J1ttllea. Ho* 0( ..... Can 363-1637.
Priced for Immediate TRAILER LOTS
s.. Year Fereeet 1lWI' B.ilJf1"L : Reel opportunity now sale. Rn.nfor seQtnc. owner caJJU 3niy Four Left With Sews. City

for permanent profitable work deceased Mra. Man Jackson. i POa aw.a II aulomaiie ekcltrie Oae la Oty LaiaiuHave
In 8. Madison Oa. or a Cbhmf Zaq 'nnaII
Mayo P1*. T94-3597. pbJJ 44-44 brooders. 300 cap. each.
but Co. are write John W. -
111M P.oA
I Oeargf '1' OsEvnd
LBERNICEBAKERliveOakRoridacddht.l Snider! Rt t. Mayo' or write Can 363-1657 or write fleveraJ Oood Hare
Ravteltb PA B 231 S*. .....- P. O. In The $vooe W $*JM *"
; Phil Tens pact U ...... Tees Beba.dt1a) I Uw oamon Boa 101. hems Can B* Arrana d On Mo tPACE

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MARCH 25, 1965 SUWANNEE c.'n.ORIDA .. -. v "
TEMPEST Sound HonorsAlexander .A

p Colored NewsJunior Your daughter's'first ] '

..fl Graham Bell dap To trtct Tournament which was held taste of/

in Tallahassee.The .
s rI Washington The slim list v l Present ShowThe following week!: the team true fashion
scientists whose name nave be* members of the Junior classat returned to the State Tournament t
come English word numbers Dr. Douglass High School are presenting In Tallahassee, losing the consolation
Alexander Oraham BelL a variety show entitled game to Peck High School
The words bel and decibel used "From Shakespeare To Jasa" on of Fernandina.Even .
M units of measuring sound, honor Monday night March 39. at t:3pjn. though a second trophywas
the telephone Inventor the in the Douglass Cafetorlum. ''I not won Miss Hogan and the
Oeographlo Society says In the i The show will include our most girls; are to be congratulated for
course o( an ordinary day a per. talented faculty members doing their excellent showing.Modernistic .
son may bear the sounds ranging dance routines, and singing the .
from a faint whisper, 15 decibels latest acts and drama scenes. dab
up to thunderclap of 110 decl Students from the elementary
bels. department thru the high school Entertain Coach
LRdG? Similar words taken from proper department will perform. Members of the Modernistic
cwt names are watt (Sir James Two bands from the school will Club entertained Miss Mary L.
Watt), farad Michael Faraday, perform and there Is a possibilityof Hogan girls basketball coach at $7.99
ampere (A. 1C. Ampere), and a couple of acts coming from Douglass High, with a surprise
curie (Mule Curie), a unit persons out of town. supper at the home of Mr. and
quantity for certain radioactive Mrs. C, Stephens on Houston
atoms. Howloin SpeaksAt Avenue in recognition of her
Sound is an Invisible intangible, achievements as. coach
and extremely impotent force, O'Brien High The following members were
thus sound waves long defied precise Leroy Bowdoln. general supervisor present: Mr. and Mrs C. Stephens BUSTERBROWN..
measurement. In term of of Suwannee County Schools, Mr, and Mrs W Qreggs. Mr
sheer power: the sound coming spoke to the senior class of 0'. and Mrs P. Jones, Miss M. L. Hogan
Muggs and Skeeter from aperson's mouth in normal BrIen High School recently on the honoree Miss E. Duhsrt From the tiny snipped toe la the perly ..abotIlr'p'
conservation la equal to only "Cballen In Today Educa Mrs Y, B WhIte Mrs R. L. this Buster Brown Is designed
.. about one hundred-thoueaadth lion". Brown and Mrs M. Oracey, patent
Hrr twcpt! wwTii wrotYW of a watt. A question and answer period to please any faihton-conscloui miss.'
Atq 1Ng LAMP ? By shouting a person can increase followed with Bowdoln answeringthe tlodcrnlfttic Club Com in soon and let our fitting expert Gt
one hundredfold the volume many questions asked by Interested .
I of sound coming from fats seniors Met Thursday your daughter properly.

mouth. yet he has Increased the Sponsors served Cokes at the Members of the ModernisticClub power to not more than a thousandth event. met Thursday night March
l tt.l1NDT0 of a watt. A powerful sing- U. II. at the home of Mrs Myrtle
er may momentarily bit a note Douglas Basketball Richardson with Miss Duhart os
that shatters a looking glass and hostess,
radiates by sound's standards Team In Tourney* All members were present. After 'iUI. ... .,
the great power of one watt. The The Douglass High School girls a lengthy discussion of old and .... ..... ....., ..-",...., .-.
eat is spectacular but a alight basketball team won the consolation new business, refreshments were
tap with a small hammer would trophy in the Class B Dls- served. SHOE DEPT. ': i
ban smashed the glass too.
Early telephone engineers' found !.n....u..u..............................................................................
that the loudness of a voice transmitted increase of 10 decibels: multipliesthe
by wire decreased rapidly sound tenfold. Thus 40 decibels .
with each mile of cable. Renee Is not twice as much sand
I warpfGAaeK 'p ; lengths of cable came to be used as. 30 decibels, but a hundred Slip Into The Weightless I
Ve J G AtM.Y. ,
ag lice)Ueg O'd as measures of transmission. times more. A logarithmic rather
1)+gntaTYl Whenever engineers produced a than an absolute measure Is suitable .
:1 new and Improved receiver, the because the louder the sound
i practice was to report that It war the bigger an Increase must be of
say. "three miles better than the for the ear to detect any change. I Wonder Joyce I
+ ro'y. X112/f/ old one. In UU. the engineers The minimum sound a person
adopted the term "transmission can hear outdoors Is about 10
unit* which Is independent of decibels. A quiet whisper at five
frequency. feet la about II: ordinary conversation .
But this WM like caning a unit at three feet Is M; a lion's
of weight a "weight unit Instead roar at II feet. IS: a boiler factory cC't .1
105: an airplane piston en- '
of pound or gram In time, the
nglneers decided to use Dr. Dell's gin at II feet perhaps 120. .: !
Acoustics engineers would rather
name to "do honor In an enduring
manner to the inventor ofh.. the world ended with a 23-
& avoid the obvious I decibel whimper than a bang A .
THE OLD HOME TOWN w .-.-. By STANLEY confusion of sound measurements 12-Inch cannon produces 230 decibels I
with a bell that rings, the final near the mussle.
SO'TM'POtlCr Cor Not-sf W % HAL?5NOr letter of Dr. Dell's name was "O
TH GUY WHO MILD..UPJW. WMST* HB STAtWMT-STO AN10 dropped. A bel was made equal to Whipping Cream Hint 4I
ANCYA ten transmission units. By adding
7 Adding the sugar to whipping! "'
the Latin prtfls for "a tenth a cream before It is whipped will\ -
tenth of a bl became de Ibel decrease the volume that can be ,
The MW unit and tonnlaolocy. obUbvMl and Inns* Uw whipping i
were approved In 1921 b1he I time? '
OomlU ConsulUUf Internationale $12.99 die pair '
des Communications a Grande
Distance (International Advisory r M
Committee on Long Distance JOHN B.
Telephony IAcoustical.
research has shown
STETSONHATS CarfMabl. gather Walking
that the ear Is an extremely senUve -
and versatile instrument\ JUol. Just tile right. height

Normally. It can hear a sound of and a look that will get you
only .000000000000000001 (point- :tI1
11 ciphers one) horsepower. going In wonderful Joyce .....
This barely audible sound became NOW AT Stylo. In White and lion. _. N... ..-... ._
the benchmark or "... I Smooth Calf
level. for comparing sound Intensities SI IOC DEPT.
: thus Is decibels. At the GIBBS CO.

other citrons the ear can tolerate
sounds about tea SBlDJoo million
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times greater .. 1M decibels -
a' the threshold of pain.
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I Key Club Project Public LectureTo News And Activitiet From ,. ..
HICHLICHTSBy L .. .. .... .

I : "J ", : :" : : Be Held At THE RECREATION CENTER '

Home Demonstration Agent ,.", ."..,'.'i'r. i ,. ,I Mormon ChurchA By ROT SVUlV AN. Director
,. Baseball activity was the outstanding with the "Saints" providing the
Workshops for making dresa ing skirt. The fabric and the design / F \ 1' public lecture on Mormonism event around the Recre- music.
Ins and bandages for cancer and is one that will be quite I will be held tonight (Thursday)
''I' at 8:15 in the Church of Jesus ation Center this past week as The tennis court area has undergone -
bed-ridden contlnu :
patients are wearable for these cool spring i .. ;.
,; ,' ..'. the weather began a gradual face lifting this weekas
.,. a
\\M. Saints aVIS
Ing to be sponsored by Extension mornings. Another advantage of. '"': ,., Christ of Latter-day
,= = warming trend. Inquiries by the the lines were repainted and
Homemakers Clubs. Within the the seersucker will be its easy I ,..1:', Church Street. The lecture
last week the Pleasant Hill and care and this U a big must Inmost ., "' ',." I will be a composite of a film stripon smaller baseball players as to the ground area reworked. Paddle
Ii when their season begins found tennis Is becoming a favorite with
the Happy Homemakers Extension homemakers selection of ,11: I, the organization and programming -
Clubs held meetings Mrs. A. fabrics for home sewing or ready \' A ,' """ ''{" of the church a brief talk many disappointed faces when the smaller players that like to
D. Chambers, who la the Pleasant madesl 'I..I' .,,: ""I \rS.waane. ." on Its history and a question and they were told that boys baseball play tennis. The small tennis
Hill chairman for health activities \ "j ". answer period. leagues would not start until racket and the rubber ball provides

and Mrs. Wallace Boatrlght '. The lecture will be presented by June with most teams practicing thm an oppotrunlty to play.
Clear, fresh colors will abound. k handle the .
during May.Registration as they can equipment.The
president of the Happy Home- I \ \\i Otto Frederick Dlckman m a
colors again more .
Groups of are '. member of the local church anda for Tadpole tennis team from Suwannee
makers Club reported very suecessful -
workshops. significant than any single shad. !!. .,>: ,I) school teacher In this county League Little League and Pony High School Is currently holding
I was by the McAlpln Each major color offers many' .::1 8'1. lJi; i and S. R. Wilkinson branch League is In progress. Special effort practice sessions on Monday and
gradations of tone from the should be made by all boys while Instruction
Friday giving on
munity Center the day the com-I I ant Hill Homemakers tempting misty pairs .to the .. Madison, will conduct the ques- that will be playing In the 13 14. Wednesday to other potential
snappy candy colored bright and IS old league to register Buwsnnee
and period. year players from High
tion answer
work. They had 14 people who Primary Interest will lie in the High School Key Club members are shown above possible that the
discussionwill as soon as School.
The of this
worked hard during the day to following. a morning of hard work at the Sawannee CUb. purpose
feminine confectionery pastels due Country number of teams In the league, as
produce a large quantity of dress be to Inform Interested persons Men's softball teams are beginning -
Ings. These dressings and bandages to the more ladylike look to They widened the fairway near number four green and cleared of the first American religion well as sponsors for the team can to schedule practice sessions
fashions. liver an* nrferfcmli near amber five tee last Saturday morning be confirmed.
are turned In to Mrs Morgan and to help clear up erroneous In the evening on Monday, Tuesday -
Miller to disperse them to Delicate face powder' tints art Several dab sntMbers were alto on hand for the labor Among and confusing concepts that non- Sponsorship for the Tadpoleand Thursday, and Friday so that
various people over the county exceptionally lovely in soft woolens Ibm. attending were J. F. AUord. Lee Harvard Len Williamson members often have about the Little League teams are players desiring to play but are
when needed. All of these ladles crepes, and stubbed silks. BiO 1'1.........y, David Chandler, Klab Eabanks David Rogers, church. somewhat In doubt as men are not on a team as yet can attend
are doing,a tremendous Job In These complexion shades, mainlya George and Bobby Dale Bobby Swing Robert Cason David Morgan. Last year some 1(4,805 persons needed to coach and manage the the practice .sessions, and try out
supporting this countywide project blah fashion story Include pink a4 Jam** Daniels. joined the Church of Jesus Christof teams. Those desiring to help for the team of their choice.
Ivory alabaster blush, ftoth and coach or manage a team should
Jeff MtKritbrn prepared hot dogs and drinks for the crew at Latter-day Saints making The Recreation Center U available -
cream. of the worlds most rapidly contact the Recreation Director
one for private parties In the afternoon
CORALS: Corals are auanal1taYOl"f'd a..a. ( Staff Photo)
On a recent visit with Mrs. Jack expanding churches for convert as soon as possible. or at night with the exception -
for spring prominenceThe All the effort and time put on
Lord she was discussing and growth. The lecture will explorethe
of Friday night Saturday
pinky casts of misty coral, soft pastels or the snappy bright getting the baseball diamond reworked ,
showing some fabrics which she Davidson StationedAt reasons for this rapid growth and Saturday night."Hobo" .
coral reef, sunset and Into flamingo -
had selected for some spring! sew Blues that suggest the cool green Topics such as polygamy the so It would be ready for .
ing. For her daughter Barbara, are preferred. Other becoming undertones of the sea as the Cherry Point Book of Mormon and modern- play son after a hard rain was
she had selected a seersucker fruit shades seen are sparkling aquamarine and tur day prophets will be discussed. successful. l
peach. cantaloupe pale apricot .. CHERRY POINT N. C. (FlIT Party Given For
plaid which had a resemblance to quolse shades have great poten The general public Is Invited to Saturday's game between 8u
the madras which Is a teen-ager melon and tangerine. tlal. Clear true Nassau and Mediterranean NC Mar. 4 Marine Staff Sergeant attend and refreshments will be wannee High School and Madison Busy Dees 4-H 'dub
FRESH OREEN3: This Is a Kenneth M.
favorite this spring. Her pattern blues are also highly Davidson foster served. High School was played despitethe
large color family and one that son of Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Wallace Boatrlght
selection very suitable for the favored. Violet toned blues offer Albert J. large amount of rain received
fabric is a blazer with a match- 11 receiving a good deal of sttenlon. still another color direction. Hatch of Live Oak and husband during Friday and Friday night. entertained the members of the
; New greens may be yellow PINKS: The Interest In the of the former Miss othel PackardOf i'ine Grove Community The large crowd that came to Busy Bees 4-H Club with a "Ho-
cast hues. watery pistachio, apple pink tones continues with the 2873 "F" Ave., Ogden Utah MI Club Hold< BLUE IUSTREEIE and the crisp sharp grass tattering bluish pinks predomlnatlng. reported for duty Feb. 17 with The Pine Orove Community a 5 to 2 victory by Suwannee Happy Homemakers Community
TRItARPETSHAMPOQEII ''II greens, or delectably blue Influ- Palest shell and cameo Marine Wing Service Oroup 37, a 4-H Club held their regular monthly High. Center
!J.: enced as sea foam, mint, and pinks are well liked along with unit of the Second Marine Aircraft meeting Friday night March I Oary Strickland won the billiard Each person brought somethingfor
2 spring Jade.BLUES cotton candy and raspberry ice, Wing Marine Corps Air 19, at the Pine Orove Methodist tournament for the month a "Hobo" st w.
NId : Navy leads the parade the refreshing newcomer. Station Cherry ?olnt N. C. Thurch. There were seven memberl of February and March while Leeta Reed received the prize
er-Ea.D rflu.rMn Into spring paired with white, CITRON TONES: Newest yellows Before entering the service In and three leaders present. Wayne Nobles was declared the for the funniest costume.
smart with neutrals new with the June 1550. Davidson
are'lubtly green tinged and graduated Jimmy Hillhouse president pre- winner of the table tennis tournament Attending were Jessie Landen.
_uuuuuuuuuuu I range from pale to strong in from Suntnnee High School. sided at the meeting. as he won the most games Leers Reed Sandy Chauncey.
hades of mimosa lemon grapefruit The devotional was given by played. Next tournament beginsIn Joan Chauncey. Pam Platt Edith:
BEGINNING MARCH 4 and chartreuse. Another white In enormous dramatic Esmond Poucher. The Americanand April. Cundlff. Linda Cundlff. Ellen:
notable choice Is tiger gold par- print, or. equally effective stark 4-H flag pledges were led by The largest attendance at any DyaL Diane Ross. Don Reed. Leroy -
WE WILL CLOSE THURSDAY AFTERNOONSAND I ticularly effective with navy. white In the Important new sculp Oregg Poucher. of the dances held since December Chauncey' Walt Platt. Hugh
BE OPEN NEUTRALS: New neutrals, tured weaves finds strong endorse The main topics of discussionwere was established at the dance held Wallace Marty Howes. Andy
compatible to all color tonalities, ment. County Events Day which this past Saturday night. Thedance Jackson, Rocky Ross. Jimmy
ALL DAY SATURDAYFOR i return to the softened bland rice will be held Saturday March 37. was sponsored by the Let- Platt Mrs. J. W, Platt. and Miss
THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS I paper shades of oyster white How do you like your eggs? and money making projects. ermen's Club of Suwannee High Jane Ross.
i onion parchment, banana and Scrambled poached fried soft Reports were given by Esmond:
i pearl beige with great fashion cooked or hard cooked. They are Poucher on vegetable clinic and
Langford Builders Supply I Impact. Pale grey pearl U extremely all good ways to prepare eggs for Jimmy Hillhouse on tractor clinic.
sophisticated; greys will the family Just remember for Demonstrations given during r
come on strong for fall 65. them to be their tastiest use low the meeting were "How to Make James B. Daniels :
Ilelveniton St., S.E. Phone 363-2873
'I BLACK te WHITE: For a sensational heat when cooking. High temperatures a Blouse" by Lagrande Bailey;
look dazzling black and will cause the eggs high In Making Peanut Brittle" by Oregg
protein to be hard and tough. I Poucher; and "How to Choose a i
For lunch or a light supper I Dairy Helfer" by Esmond and Edward Funeral HomesLIVE
what could be better than serving Poucher. ,
Tenneseai Galvanized Roofing eggs In a fluffy Omelet. This couldbe Following the business meeting
a different and tasty treat for singing and games were enjoyed. OAK and BRANFORD
the family. And for a special treat .

i 1 Special'' ,featules ma4 tilt heavy 'duty for the children Bun-nles why! r.not JU theseCheese cant Of Thank Now have two radio-d patched,ps.neo'I''I f

I. Cut a circle out of the top of Words cannot express our equipped ambulances call
I / 11' 29 gauge Galvanized metal roofing; a superior a hamburger bun with your round hanks to our many friends for on

quality at a l low low price. cooky cutter. Don't cut to bottomof the kind expressions of love shown four hours each day in both Lire Oak '
during the of loved
'I bun. us passing our
and Branford.CALL
one. William Dalde Tucker The ;
2. Lift the circle out with a fork.
The hole should be big enough to food visits, phone calls, cards,
.\ : W. B. HOWLAND hold an egg. Butter the inside flowers, and prayers meant so 4
3. Place the buns on cooky much and helped make our burdens
Lek proo'Fratura GROCERY sheet. Slip an egg In hole. Season. lighter. May Ood bless each I P
Bake In alow oven ((32J35 of you Is our prayer. 362-3333 935-4100
Mrs. Olivia Tucker
;; Mayo Road Phone 362-1235 minutes
Carol Prather
r< 3. Hie rvM re Up 4. Top the bun and the egg witha
,. r ,, flo idyl. g.u >r ih. VA ta OPEN 5.30'< A.M. 'TIL 10:00 P.M. slice of cheese. Bake till the Carolyn; Mike and
Terry John
cheese about S minutes.
1tlb 4. The T""tv"e
Flattery Is itlll the best way to ,
(Renew Year ..beria4bu. ) let to first base with some.

f, ., ( Suwannee High School Jt Pllrents/ .1 .Don't make me laugh., I I

THIS EXPERT CAN SAVE YOUR CHILD'S LIFE!Ii You mean to sad; ... and I would have gotten foam slaw and all

I could have bought a big! e 383 cu. i,18, those other things

,, luxurious Dodge Polara,. carpeting at no extra cost? Who's laughing?



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i Famous Indianapolis Race Driver CHUCK STEVENSON presents:

f "Highway Safety Is No Accident"

A special Highway Safety Program Hut convlndndy thowt your tons and

: I' daughter why Ira smart for them to drive aafIT,. Tbs program coven:



The Hlghwsy Safety Program coma highly stat... When Chuck Stevenaon spears,
recommended by leading educators lw tel""- ..,. listen. OM of the world's lead
enforcement authorities, and clvk leaders Ing race driven, Chuck Stevenson has
j cross the country. It II a three-Urn wtno firsthand knowledge of today's highway
nor of the Public Safety Award of the N.. driving haiarda He personally drives over
I ttonal Safety Counca.; end has slresdy been BO.OOO ..... a year to bring youngsters
;' presented to over 8,000.000 students In everywhere a safety program they nil
Ii more than 8,000 nigh schools: In al M IoN mnwmba.I -
a; t I APRIL 15, 1965 AT ASSEMBLY-11 iSO, ItlO, 2120I At Man's pnces.: *fiy down around with smaller ore? Set ywr Dodge ret.

I Sponsorexi I fcir : See. .Nn-wida. a121. brit rara ,M ijhir+g almost 1.000 J pcutdI. Pvwertd bP. a.. tx is b,M Peputr,. lnces.

j'1..t 'WILSON AUTO PARTS, INC, Uve Oak "
., 65 Badge Palara 'O
r. Developed by the Champles. Spark .Plug Cewpaiiy.U te ...... later.** .. ;

',' HIGHWAY SAFETY BEGINS WITH A GOOD DJNVER. A SAFE CAi Town & Country Motors, Inc., U.S. 129 North

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THURSDAY MARCH 25, 1965 .' :. .''V '/. : 4 "';-\I "!"A


RlYflAL Park FacilitiesAre I IAFF-A.DAY ECISTRATION NAME UNDER FICTITIOUS. aOGCU.-CMH to sitE for ....._ CM.||'T, Pr
Iry CTMAa M* .Mj rwrlH W rttwf .( rvklto..
un = AND IN* SOCCUS, DOING tIN. *f Uto 11.-, ISO (."..... BUM.
eornrn hum TO TM WHOM IT. MAT.. ...CONC. 1Nt ..4r wklck w. will ..... InI ..I_..
will aba sales Ikal Ik
PublicJohn r .,. ..... C. LAVOVB BUOGUa mud LIN M. O.e ap, I..::.:::.".Casty I. S..l., rl.Ids. M
news INA MAS BOUCUS, kaabaHd sad wds .5d our ....-. M ** WM Hv.*H
5.IMl.s..d. will aa.aa. hi -' LIT. 0... r.......
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tall MNMUIa k h kaailllar Jnwlrlaaawara. .. .
H. Hale park superinten .. .. iklaawaMh laatkw ..... ... Tk* .5.51. f wiirtkla I* M followfli
dent of the Suwannee I U- s trsrf .tk.r ...,........ .rally a.14atnillar I. ALVIN M. BMOWM II 1'1'%"
River State .. I1.&e. a.w aa4I ..< 1/1%
Pine Park at QlavlIIe. remInds local U's O... rtorMa, at| LAVAtlOHM E. HI.JEaM II III'"
Level citizens of the many faculties LIVE.OAK. JLwLsY DsW t14IlM III ... .. Mutt,
!> Oar Flarhteaa4 .
available for fainlly picnics .and : tk. .*4...1.M4 will fUa a<... A.D. 1111.ALVIN M DROWN
B. P. recreation. tin af MM fit""... Mm* M r...alr* Mr and Mia. Hayes spent, the home of Mrs. Hayes. About 45 be III.**. riorMa utiitM', I.*.. ..... NIWBEBN
ndU with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- guests attended. The park at ItllavUle ti open BaM. ...... to a..M4 kf Ik* suds
from S:00 .,taW at a* wUM k> Ik* .tlrrt?. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Alderman In UTe Oak. : aoa. until sundown
i Mrs L. P. Fortner visited Mrs. DATED aril. C.I.voys swoons IS Nolle. la knkr |l.*v tut I. 0..*
e young people of the Pine H. M. Moore with tree picnic shelters, restrooms MC.IIII..., se ik.Hft .t ........
Church awhile Thursday outdoor / INA MAE: BOUUUS C...... Ftoriila. U .... k, vlrtM
cl enjored a banquet trill, a large playground I\ .. eI thai
morning.Mr. .n twtal* 1....*! mil at Ik*
| the Happy Homemakers Club and equipment, a huge. mall Claim. Cnrt to sad f.. 1._"" ..
iturdar n>fht. About 33 young and Mrs. J. P. Toole and picnic area, and a nature path. NOTICE OF.SHEBirrt, SALE C..... rl..Ids..1.nls H. C. c.... .
Ns/5w kr* r *'! DISC fen. to .l ... ,. .
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bple attended. son. Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Reservations for special occasions M. :. .': u ikrf :r'I'-': '. i.....,. kr .vlrta**t ,E.....B.Mrtalii r. ,....*..
jitr. and Mrs. Avon McMuUen Slim Toucheon spent Sunday In may be made after closing C...... riorMa.. .In. a..4 k. *IH... aIkat .. .M| .a Mklto. t*..f.< a* Bnwaa*
Mr**!* *i** llii l..5.d mil 11Clnsll '. .
Coiialr "=
I kat
Clermont visiting friends time ... ... ..._ ... Ito4 aM M4
children spent Sunday with and for a fee of $5.00. // c. to f. 1.* c. will .Her far Mto mud Mil <. Ik* klk.Ml .
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.relatives. Mr. Hale U. 0. C M4 kMl kM*** f.. ..... al Ik rnwl
and Mrs. Drew Holmes and was transferred to the .::: : *
e1.M/1. .
l. Pl.1.tttl. .
n 4 .... .
oll. Cart N .
nded services at Pine Level Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent I Dade Battlefield Memorial Park I....... c.... sd Ma wlf. Alula B Mk ..WMM* Oaviil*. .....14.. I. *."Oak*/"
cuI.. Ie .of....... .tr4M ., tka ... ..
Sunday night with Edith at Bushnell In August of > Mkl | I an4 *Ml Ml AMU II.
l. 1961 by
mn.b JadtMwM n pubis. ear ed d I.... *.rln. Ik* .total k ... of .. .
T. Charles Johnson of Perry len In Live Oak. the Florida Park Service, and returned 11/ .(._MM..* Oaaaty, ItarMa. I kav. I L.M. '.1...... .......... __* ,F. ,*.*" 1 Ik*
,.. .
i dinner guest of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes to the Dlavllle park Sep ,k aa* klakaat. 4 *UI...eI k... ar t>M4 Mk*> fw<..wll.. mlIr. I On l4IIIITI4t.* Illl iMvntot.Tllto M*.1.1ar",*N.!*..
P. Portner brother 1984.UpToDalc. fraat *Wr *f Ik* OmH H.. lot
were supper guests of Mr. and .J. Oak, Par__ ..,.. ,....... DUES MfCALLWTCR.. 151,11. *
Homer Hayea, Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Drew Holmes Friday night. I 5.s ,-V.A..s ... .Ie.I. "... .....- ..,.*." aaM ,*.....**c.l .*4 .. M A.I*. ...n Ra..._ Candy. ........
, e, and Mrs. Robert Sheppard Mrs. Carl HI It. 111 Mrtnf ik> toMl tovn alMl
Tressler and Mrs Skirt "He'i a wonderful but in Ik* i MlawlM 4nrlk tanmtwtti w TNt cincurr COURT or TMR
escort the
Oftd Mrs. J H. Clark with a Drew Holmes were business visit long run I'm THIRD JUDICIAL CI.CU1.t. .AND.
t shower Saturday night at on In Mayo Thursday afternoon If a skirt ls too long to be fsshlonsble afraid his money would run out. On* InMd.. 1-doN. IBM..*.. FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLOR.
and the waistline is too I DUll M.CAIUSTIR B 1ta R SUmY OORrORATION.AT LAW.
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tight for comfort, remove the skirt ... Cases FtorMtaaraaaal -
I Beachville band and the' slpper. Cut the required Seaboard AgentRrrrivot I .nNonca ... fnCllff.EASII. .

Dumber of Inches off the UNDIS' ..ICTITIOUI 0" 1'1(1100", 4.1u5 top of the skirt and adjust the Certificate Public NoticesNOTICE TRADE RAMS LAWTON N ELMKR'I ELECTRIC SERVICE.:
I WHOM IT MAY .... ..
darts Harden T '.. M hnN .l, N'N:... ... PW *
to nt u the skirt will be Smith, Seaboard *,- NoncE or SHERIFFS SAL!
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rv. P. B. Day of Lake W Ik N.lto
City Kent to kt k
and son. Wilbur. and Ale considerably bigger around the ent here, was presented a certificate 55-.hS1.w. tka' *I.s $5511. M IhalfcMItl M.C.lllUr, StMTtft* shit Ikal I, Dk '
his appointment here Sun- Mahood of Lake City; Mr. and top. Replace the alpper. add a of merit this week by J. L. UNDER rtCTITIOUg ..,....rk ,Ma. Stalatoa.. Illl. will m. "....., aa*.. a.4 K k,1u5.flrta.*. .
| He was accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. H. J. Odom. Mr and Mrs. section of the cutoff fabric to the Bissell. trainmaster for the North OA TRADE NAME LAW to MIN ud "Nr Ik 1wsss.Ctork et Ik Cwml Clrmlt, rtorM tarn *,( M..*.....lto.. kmMfar toa.*4 Ml .f
'I'\) k .
WHOM MlHto4 ..
and daughter-in-law an of John Baldwin waist band for that Inch two Florida Division IT MAY CUNCKRMt: 5p. *** l *4 ml NIIi r..ICs ; ...... .... -.rA Ik*
and of fnml .
or .
children. url Seaboard Air Matt** I* Wn*> sl.! ,.., tk a..* ka to<.l4 .... Ik. f.
W -
City. and Mrs. Billy Odom and chU- added to the waist restltch to Line Railway Co. .fen.*, ........ to Ika '...h... .... Ikto ..!. Ik. n ll.t..i .>m., l.wlli. ....... atwparl*. >ll...... ..... ... ......
e children of the late Mr. ."'.'e. Ckaaiar Kill, .. ...,!M ..... LIVE OAK 1405111od.p511.51sit I. ..*..- OMII*. rtorU. *. ......
dren and Mr and Mrs. the skirt and press. The result U The certificate was MIM* to kUM' WH .
Zamle presented In II. rkwWa Btatalaa. Illl. will l r....... W WH IUklp >IH U. dl lit
(Mrs. H. W Odom held their Comber. all of Palatka; Mr. and an up-to-dste skirt which Is recognition of Smith's perfect record ware. la. Clark af Ika Clr..H Can Ina4 0.11.1.r>.*.*..l..t** Mr to*Mra kMlBM*. to.rwik In Ll.. 'f._.. I Male. II Eiut.Ik .
far ........ a 15N5. .
pal family reunion Sunday at Mrs. I, PkwMa,, 5r H.... O.uul. e.
Loyd Walker and dsughter comfortable to wear. of personnel Injury prevention aa ratclal al araaf ml aakllMlta. &.I. Us1 CI.. Ao araaat_ at | .* M..4
af Ikl
home of Rev.. and Mrs. MarA Loralne and granddaughter. Tina for IM4. -1M It. /. ... vs. .51.51 eI swan.,I' .Is ..IMTNE4sA w....*.., ... 11.11.. Ilk *.r .(
CaAFETTE aOTTLtNo'. r.ulu" A.... Hit WIMMI lk. .. .
)dom. bountiful picnic Marie of Tampa: Mr. and Mrs. ten. Dee Dee and Rla of Live Smith also received this distinc .... *klrk .. will aata.. ta k.... r.. 1l.1.d Ibis ISIS .., at Nsu.5 A.O. Ml*, ......., ...*.. .>.tok In.1 Ik kMr. fat*W.
was served at noon. Among I' tion Wa .. .. ..., 11.1. MM aa4 Iw .'..... .
Billy Cannon of Tavares; Mr. and Oak; Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Collins in npa.1 aan. _. In to Ik nrmM>.
I lies.S. Ul 0.... .. ... riMEU. M MM Mr .
present... Mrs. riarMa e arfdraaa k ... al ik* Mss -M at ik*
Mrs. Manfred Bailer and dauin- and baby. Donna Mr. and Mrs. .. 5. III.. &.I.. Oak, .......... ".n ; M* Mary b.,1 H.M* to U.. Oak
Don Odom and sons. Donny and Agnes Sorel a famous beauty TW Mini af _... .. I. .. NOTICE OP INTENTION 5.. wa.M CVaal FtorM. I will affaiav
Mrs J. W. r....... H .r.lalGinu: Mto .* Mil l*> Ik.* ktokaat kUHpt
Sammy all of O'Brien; and Mr. of the French court who lived In W, faatlMr % FICTITIOUS ,.. M k. to ..*... Ik* ...... 4aarlM4
and Mrs. Matt Cannon of Bran- the time of Joan of Arc war one DalW 111..1. 4a> af Hank A D Isis TO NOTICB WHOM to IT kmkf MAY .roNlKNNt. ,..., ... .......>. M Ik* MMHr at *.. 4.
!< Ik ,....,
......, to Mltof MM .,...
Save ....,....., ...... .. ***>
of .
on seed cost. ford. the first women to wear diamonds S. W. .......* ..... .. ". i* ik .r 11.H mil CIUER MtCALLIHTER
will Ck
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Mr and Mrs. W. I!. Tldwell and lavishly ..... Mrs I. W. ,....... ... II. rk.>r... IMIMIM, I.... will>il 1.S1.Yi.I..... Cnvlf,
.. .. PMI.ISM '
daughter Lena Pearl and another t** wlik Ik* Ctotk .( Ik* rir*.ll .....
3 EXTRA ACRESER dsughter Mrs. Otto Townsend

and dsughter. Msrlnell. of Lake

> BUSHEL WITH COKER'S! BI'OIIOIand City visited Mr other and relatives Mrs. J. In J.

Clermont Saturday and Bundiy.Mr. .........
and Mrs. O. D. Beach and
You get more seed {in I bushelof
grandson. Oily Beech. Mrs. Jerry
Coker com than in the lame HaJJ Mrs. Sanford Beach, and '.

grade of most other hybrids.Up Donald Carrel attended the sing ..
to 25-30.000 more kernels In Lake City Saturday night t..
per bag! Depending on yourplanting Mr and Mr*. L. C Terry and

rate, you can plant up Mr. and Mrs Don Odora were
10 three extra acres per bushel business vUltori In LK. Oak Friday .
:, with Coker seed com. Your morning. If
per-acre seed cost is less you I 0. D. Beach wai a business visitor you think you're seeing

make fewer stops in the wld.. In High Springs rttdsy
and handle fewer bags of seed. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cawn vtlt-
' ed Mrs. Amos Orn In Lake Cal I
Notes At recommended planting Thundsy. more and -.

rates, a bushel of Coker Urge W. II. Tldwetl and granddaughtr. more Plymouth FUG s

flats will plant approximately Martnea Tewiuertd. and Mrs.
8 acres, and I bushel of Coker Sanford Beach were vuutorf hi
medium flats about 9 acres. Live Oak Friday morning. on the road
you're right.
CCKER71 (B*.ev TewIf asbanrstl R I ,


n you wer bom tn
COKER 811 ,
March of an oddumWed .

E COKER year, retww This is the hottest-sellin 'I .

See row rfooW, he seW NOW. your afrlvon lce...

this Iroatb.Reece in

COKER'S PEDIGREED Fury history.Here's :




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j Fury for '6$ I U the biggest plushest Plymouth' ever. ., _JII_ ..... .

NOTICE I but Mill solidly In the low-price c..... .

Big oa the outside, lie wheelbase I la a whopping 119 'Inches.

Big> on the Inside, plenty of headroom, legroom and

1 hlproora.' And new cun.cS-'.... aide window add to Fury's

contemporary styling. The plush part U the beautiful I,

TO ALL TRAILER OWNERS finish Interior.wall'to-wsll There's rich nylon upholstery clrp.dnl'act to compliment a smart, the eaterlor'

readable Instrument panel. No wooder you're ...111111IO" .

> and more Plymouth' Fury on the road. :

According to recent Supreme Court ruling In January 1965. ease num If you want more good

bet 33,474. all house trailers are subject to personal. property tax. ef I reasons for buying Fury,

teeth January 1. 1965.I see your Plymouth Dealer

I .111 drives one too.

would appreciate all trailer owners cooperation In this matter. Pleaao I

report your trailer to the Tax Assessors office before April lit te5. : w ,,, _.. 4
Brine your title bill of sale duplicate title, or some form of ownership
that will show make, model I and aerial l number. j


The only exception to this art the trailer owners who have moved their : Y "'It'

trailers to a parcel I of land that they hare fee simple title to and hare : { a7

applied for Homestead Exemption. These trailer owners do not have S .

to buy a current tag until they more the trailer on a state highway. i .'

For farther Information call the Tax Assessors Office. I ...,...
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No.1 Wife Preservers make a study of school needs In Live Oak, Florida
/NOAH HuMSi'u1.Lo
tlon la accompanying that being Suwannee County and to make
p [ TIJ[ [ done by: public agencies for a WeD recommendations to the Board to Wlr J The Board February of Public 20 Instructionmet IMS
developed building program bring 4km& meet these needs. Jack Jones. on
with It business activity that Paul Johns Clarence Ratliff February 20 1161 with the
By LESTER 1 COLtMAN, MA helps build a community' econo Louie C. Wadsworth, Alvin Brown 1- 61D following members present: L. M
Charles Howee, Billy: Howland Crew. Jr.. Chairman. E. A. Col
,These Are Your Questions my.Thus 1 Is good to see that In al Howard Taylor, H. M. Ward, rP D lins and T. R. Barnett.
port of the county, construction Clarence doff Donald Burch. Devotional was given by: Superintendent -
of some sort is going on for It In. George R. (Puccy) Day Fred Folsom and T. R. Bar
WHAT are the most Important sons why the doctor sometimes dlcates the people of this count Jones T. J. Fletcher Jr., and Jack nett.Minutes
minerals in the body and decides to glv injections of are In a mood for progress, growth Phillips. of February 2, IMS
why are they necessary /medicine. and development.It EytglotMt won't ttam H both The Board met at the Bus Ga SAan0MW" were read and approved as read.
Calcium is essential for the When a drug is injected, the tldtf of the lees pre rubbed with raa'lin Live Oak at 1:30 P.M. to t5AV1 DOE IN AK.NN.L Recommendation was made by
normal development and health action, is much finger and pollihod dry. you Superintendent Henry Folsom
usually more is hoped that every citizen loopy sell buses and vehicles at public rC* 7NS wait Nt', to
of bones and teeth. It also aids rapid than when it is ASARKUNl employ: Benny Thomas
swallowed.An will find a niche in which to work auction u advertised. The following 005. N. TNINK MIS IN u bus
in the coagulation of blood, and injection Is often givenin to bring this progress to reality sold LOT 1'RIpAaD driver to replace James T. Clark.
vehicles to highest
even playa a part In the regulation an emergency, when it is But it Is likely: that we will continue 19 1964 Special Meetings. bidder as follows were: : aiaNNAaAaaei.LO, PeNM, Moved by T. R. Barnett seconded
of the heart action. important for the drug to take to have a sizeable group of Bids on typewriter tables and by: E.!: A. Collins to accept recommendation -
"" Phosphorus immediate effect parasites those who reap benefits typewriters were opened at 10:00: Make Chevrolet; Chassis AGAR t'OA1M'bII\/ of Superintendent
V works in con. Some drugs, like longactingantibiotics from progress but refuse to A.M. and tabulated as follows: Pickup; Motor No. HBA757313; ."IIICK AND TitaD cI U01 Motion carried.
,h': junction with can b. "stored" even make a small contribution fn Typewriter tables: Purchaser Boys Ranch. Live PlaT Agrwe T'ne Moved by T. R. Barnett. second
t'I calcium In bon when given by injection. time or effort to assist in community A.American Seating Company Oak; Price 19700. CIIISI.I'I HAaesGaovs ed by l E. A. Collins to accept the
growth. Thstructureo. When the stomach contents building. 15 tables, solid oak@ $13.25. Make International: Chassis CITY, INtI" resignation! Of Coach WYman
affect the potency of a drug, $198.78: Pickup; Motor No. 8D220228084 .. M Townsel, effective l'ebruaii
Fortunately, the record of this I ,...
w body cells in an Injection is more advan community has been that there B. McCrlmon's Office : Purchaser Perry Davis, 0' ".r rwt .IMS. Motion carried.
muscle and tageous. are those here who will accept the plies 15 tables $ sUP"j Brien; Price $170.00. Moved by T R. Barnett seconded -
nerve tissue There Is an obvious need for role of good citizen and aid In the 312.00: Make -, Chevrolet; Chassis that the Superintendent and by E.!: A. Collins, to accept
depend on phos- injection of medicine in patients drive to build a finer and better C. Southeastern Seating Company .. Car; Motor No. JAA119S382X; Chairman of the Board are here- principal's recommendation, ai I
Dr. Coleman phorus. I who are unconscious, or community. 15 No. 100 tables & Purchaser Olenn Sumner, Me- by instructed to transfer title to follows: Transfer Sterling Newton ;
Iron is a val. for some reason unable to I Alpin; Price 9500. to Coach Townsel's
liable II III $1273, $191.25Moved vehicles to highest bidder u listed position and I
ingredient of the hemoglobin .- swallow No. by Otto P. Dickman and Make Chevrolet; Chassis above. This resolution adopted in employ Marlon Harvard to fill Mr. "
of the blood. 2
It is
1m '
seconded by V V. Brim that American Car; Motor No. JAM44768X: open session this 8th day of Sep. Newton's position. Motion carried,
portant in combating certain Is cirrhosis of the liver ever on American farms today the Seating Company bid be Purchaser John Summers Live I tember. l1Ie4. Moved by f. R. Barnett. sec-
types of anemia. caused by anything besides I speaker declared, for the size of accepted because It was Solid Oak Oak; Price 18100. Henry M. Folsom ended by E. A. Collins, to employ
Copper, 'sulphur 'and iodine alcoholism? farms has Increased and the required tables. Motion carried, Make Chevrolet; Chassis -; Supt. it: Secretary Myrtle Smith as teacher in Well-*
are important minerals Yes. Some Infections of the Investment by leaps Bus No. 21 Motor No. JCA- born
: 2.Typewriters: ; Board of Public Instruction School. to fill the vacancy:
which the body needs for normal liver can cause scarring of the and bounds. 106250: Purchaser No Sale. caused by the death
health. liver. For A, McCrlmon's Office Supplies L. M. Crew. Vice Chairman of Mr. Joseph
Most this reason, patients There is no elevator to success 15 Remington Elite 115.00,, Make Chevrolet;: ChassU Board of Public Instruction Flint. Motion carried.
people with
sufficient hepatitis are given alonger Riviere said only a stairway. The .00. Bus No. 18: Motor No. HEA- The Advisory Committee
$1,723 Moved by Otto P. Dickman and recommendation
quantities of these :
a normal, dally diet.minerals in to avoid period liver of convalescence, best way to climb that stlrway I Ito Moved Dy Otto 1". uicamsn ana 773957, Purchaser Austin I seconded by V V. Brim to pay was discussed\ and
C Some drugs any and damage. be yourself and prepared to, seconded by V, V Brim that th Lloyd, Port Pierce; Price $120.e .- 1800.00 for school year to, Columbus the Board decided to with-hold
too I
poisons, meet the challenges of modern 00.
I action until
bid of McCrlmon's Office Suppliesbe next meeting.
What is meant by "quicken can produce damage to the Jenkins a Deputy Sheriffto
ing" during pregnancy T liver, destruction of the liver days. accepted. Motion carried. Make Ford; Chassis Bus serve as Truant Officer for Movedb y T. R. Barnett seconded
This interesting word Is of old tissue and clrrhotlo changes. Moved by Otto P. Dlckman and No. 13;; Motor No. 98RT311120; p O'Brien and Douglasi Schools. by E.: A. Collins, to grant
Anglo-Saxon orli'lnIt is a Severe obesity or longstandng No. 3 seconded by V. V. Brim to grant Purchaser Bill Deese. Live Oak; Motion carried. the following leave. Motion car
term applied to the very first I infections of the gall bladder 10:45: 12:00: Demonstrations S. K. Wood. Professional leave Price 9000. Mr. Johnny Jones appeared before ried.
movements of the fetus in the may also have a harmful (Boys); Vegetable Judging November 6. 1964 to attend Industrial Make Chevrolet: Chases the Board and discussed that Inn Hudson 4 days sick leave
womb of the mother. The effect 0n the liver, and may Contest. Arts Conference and November Bus No. 14; Motor No. HEA.: Board making provisions for and 11 days annual leave;
mother usually becomes aware ,eventually result in some form 12:00: 1:30: p.m. Picnic 13. 14. and IS 1964 to serve 2774051; Purchaser No Sale. teachers to apply for Tan Sheltered Carolyn Winburn Personal
cf these active movements when of cirrhosis. lunch and games. on evaluation team for Taylor Make CLevrolet: Chassis Annuities. Mr. Alrth the leave February 19. IMS;
she "feels life," sometime between WAll Dr. Coleman cannot 1:30: pjn. Public Speaking; County High School. Motion car- Bus No. 29: Motor No. KEA Board's Attorney was present and Temporary Duty Elsewhere
the 16th and 20th week undertake to answer individual( Vegetable Judging. 519003; Purchaser Austin recommended that the Board JtouJnnI rftnvin*. March 9 and
of normal pregnancy. letters, M wits( nee readers' 2:30: p.m. Share-The-Fun ried.Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded Lloyd. Fort Pierce; Price 8100. hold this item until It could be; 9, IMS: Vlnell
e questions in Ala column whenever Contest. by T, R. Barnett to grant Make International; Chassis checked out by him. The Board I 2 and 3. IMS; Oarthra Alexander
Why are some drugs sometimes possible and when they 7:30: p.m. Dress Revue; DeBt leave as follows: Dump Body; Motor No. BL- agreed. March IS thru 20. IMS; VI.
given by Injection Insteadof are general 'Merest. Address of Winners. Lonnie B. Hurst Professional D2694983; Purchaser Walter Moved by Otto P Dickman and nell Calhoun Rite L. Brown. Arthur ..
by mouth f your letters to Dr. Coleman .lit Talent and Speakers -Paradeof eave, August 21. 1964, to attend lutchlnson; Price 12000. seconded by V. V, Brim to accept, Lmton. February 28, IMS;
There are very special rea care of this uuHamnawtf.- ... Winners. Area Guidance Meeting. Make Chevrolet; Chassis low priceon antifreeze. Motion Arthur Union Mary L. Hogan
(0 lava: King Futures BIdlestt. Inc,) < Reading lamps for the lamp Gladys F. Jones Professional! Pickup; Motor No. HBAirei- carried. and Earl Carter. February 18
making contest will be judged leave. August 25. 1964, to attend 48; Purchaser W. L. Richardson Henry Vann. Chairman of IMS.
at an earlier date and will be on Area Outdance Meeting : Price $100.00. Board came into meeting and assumed Because the surplus vehicles
display on County Events Day. Rosslnnl 8. Oranvllle, Profeslonal Moved by T. R. Barnett and Chairmanship. Moved by were not properly advertised for
The public Is Invited to attend leave, August 23. 1964 to seconded by Otto F. Dlckman, L. M. Crews and seconded by V. sale on February 20. IMS. they
eaJ td)4l4Ck7' any and all of the events. Awardsto attend Area Guidance Meeting. that the following resolution be V. Brim, that Board employ Shel- will be sold on March 2. I," .
4 be presented are on display in Wallace F. Bennett personal adopted by the Board. Motion car lie Crews at 110000 per month There being DO further :business
the window of the Live Oak Jew eave, September 3. 1964. Motion ried. and Pasco Crews at $83.00 per the Board atjoumed. '
Iry.. F arrliut. RESOLUTION month u custodians of McAlpIn HENRY M. FOLSOM > ISupt
U. Moved by Otto F. Dickman and Whereas the Board of Public School. Motion carried. and Secretary a r
No.4 seconded by V V. Brim to approve Instruction advertised certain Moved by T. R. Barnett and Board of Public Instruction
the following recommendation buses and vehicles listed above to seconded by V. V. Brim that recommendation L. M. CREWS JR. Chairman
These are the two matters the subject to approval of Trustees: sell at public auction on this date of Mrs. Gladys'I Board of Public Instruction
I II committee limited its activity: toet Patricia Crews as secretary of Su- and whereas the Board feels that Bradow cook In lunchroom at '
its organizational. meeting. wannee Junior High School: Mrs. i each vehicle sold was purchased Branford be accepted subject to
Madelyn H. Baucom. Bookkeeperfor by highest bidder and that In approval of Trustees, Motion car- USE
I Bunk:'Ladder Shelf Junior and Oontor High School each case the price paid represented rid.
A discarded bunk ladder can and Secretarial duties at the High a fair value and whereas Moved by Otto P. Dickman and
)1 be painted to match living room School. Motion carried. the Board unanimously agreed to seconded by V. V Brim that J. D. FUCO
tables and hung horizontally onthe Moved by V.' V. Brim and sec- sell a Dump truck Motor No. Cllson be employed u bus driver
k6ke189.2 wall to use for a knickknack onded by Otto F. Dlckman. that BLD2094983; and Pickup truck for Route No. 4. Motion carried. Brand
abelt. On each end nail a brass the Board accept recommendations Motor No. HBA1374148; that There being no further business,
lanter. Between rungs hang of Superintendent and Prln- had not been Included in the the Board adjourned.
a Florihelm Shoe ere built better to wear longer small wall plaques. c pals from O'Brien and Douglass. number advertised and whereas KINKY M. FOLSOM Insecticide
',, and OOIt l less by the month and by the mOe, that the following transfers of : there were three or more bids on Supt. A Secretary _
ti (School Supplies at MoCrunoo's) personnel be made: Chestlne CUrry these last mentioned vehicles and Board of Public Instruction i FOR :.
That's why Flortheim Is America's standard of 1 and Earl Adams from O'Brien whereas the Board agrees that the U M. CREWS
fine shoe value-why more men wear Florsaeisi MINUTES. BOARD OF PUBLIC to Douglass; Grace Ford and Arthur high bid on these vehicles was fair Vic Chairman BEST RESULTS
Shoes than all other quality nukes combined. INSTRUCTION. 8VWANNEECOUNTY Llnton from Douglas to 0'- alue. Therefore be It resolved Board of Public Instruction
FLORIDALive Brien. Motion carried
Oak Florida The following Committee was
-d / September 5. 1864 appointed by the Board. Each Come to Comet's
The Board of Public Instructionmet member of the Board appointing celebration !
on September 8, 1B84. with three Committee Members to
the following members present: a S We're celebrating/ because we have the liveliest fieriest lineup of in
FROM $19.95 TO L. M. Crews, Vice cars
$34.95Fashion Chairman pre. the business waiting for to turn
you a key-th 1965
Comets. 10
aiding, Otto F. Dlckman. V, V. models.
Brim and Thonls Barnett. JOHN B. : priced right. And all tough. All powerful. All beautiful.

The meeting was called to orderat We're celebrating/ because I.;'
this month is
the date
9:18: A.MH by Vice Chairman L. of' Comet's 5th birthday.
M. Crews. Devotional was given by t And this car has gone a /long way in those years. We've just completed the best

Everett* Williamson and Henry year in Comet history. Now we're out to top it! Want popular cal That's Comet!

... .oYLa. .. M. Folsom. HATSNOW We're celebrating/ because the 1965 Comet '
4... N..eHr.a.e. S., Minutes of previous meetings on showed its championship) per- -
SHOE DEPT ollowlng date were read and ap- formance by roaring 16,000 miles, from the bottom to the top of the world

aproved as read: July 10, 1M4 AT from Cape Horn to Fairbanks, Alaska-in 40 days and nights, of driving. A free .

.......... ... ... ..................................9 Special Regular Meeting Meeting;; August July 18 4,. 1M4 1M4. f 16-page, full-eolor booklet about this run is waiting at yOUr- Mercury- dealer's. ..

Regular tegular Meeting; August 15. 11I64. GIBBS CO. I We'e celebrating/ because a specially equipped: 1964 Comet, after traveling t

Meeting; August 17 and ,100,000 miles at Daytona, went on to complete another 130,000 stop-
E I o.. and go miles cross country-more than the distance to the moon. And this
Comet's hardy engine is still running
strong without a single major repair. '

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I Church Receives Pack Charter



I Cub Pack 369 New Pack Formed

.lWit, First Methodist l Church Granted

';; I'c; :; /;' I Charier For Cub Pack 369 ,

;' ,\. The scouting program has been expanded in (the First
0'' Methodist Church with the granting of a charter for Pack
I. 369 in Live Oak.

r I Boy Scout Neighborhood Commissioner Wayne Pitt.
man presented the Pack's charter to Rev. Brabham during
worship services lust Sunday -
f A recent survey of elementary tor of the First Methodist. Church
students Indicated a need to forman ai chairman and Howard Taylor
additional Cub Pack for tot I Troy Duncan and J. B Danleliaa I Reverend Splvey Itrabhsm second from left receive* a cab
I Serrated boys here. The Methodist commltteemen. The committee charter for Cab rack leg from Wavn riltman. Neighborhood
iI Church official board voted to undertake appointed Harold Sapp cubmaater. Cemmlmluner al the first Methodist' Church w& 8und,. Com.mllleemen .
the responsibility of Frank Williams Institution! I Earl Mlion and Howard Taylor at left and right look
sponsoring a Cub Pack, representative for the Methodist on. r The pack already has 3 dens Church's Buy Scout Troop 369, U
totaling 24 boys At present they on the lime position for the pock
are limited to that number until Den Mother far Den 1 U Mrs Uotoninry Church Will Hold Revival
additional den mothers are ae. Fae Brabham. Dewey Pournelleassists The Rosemary Baptist Church The public la Invited' to attend
quired. her u Den Chief Their will hold a revival meeting beginning these services
I A troop committee WM '.1 cubs are Chip Hall, Mike Croft today Thursday and continuing .
with Rev. Spiny Brabham, ... David Lemlng. Danny Smith. thru Monday, April I, usx1-t nr
Kenneth Bryant, David Brabham, Services will atari at 1:30: each
Rodney Nicholas, and David Bald evening. "i
Shew. ftbeve I* the swwly faraaed First Mctba***! Charch Cab Pack >('. Twe ef the den motaerrrt Joan Rccs Is win. The Rev Wallace F Bennett of
I ato aIII..... At the ..n.. Mr*. SHvey ..".... and :al.... HevaH Taylor Is al the Hint with I Drn Mother far Den 2 ls Mrs.Howard Live Oak will be the evangelist,
Cub Muter HatoM fh.U >y Dan Stature) Finalist In Taylor. Members of this
den are Mike McKeit en, BunyTaylor. o I
To Speak Here Tommy dung Terry Mla Only Three Lit CM f
I .1 Queen ContestIn on. Marty McDonald John Hay Even when the fish are biting,
A Tliouglir For TodayBy t ward Williams, Terry Brown, and a fisherman' cannot use more than
BRODT DARIUS p', an ellmlnatlnt ballot students David Murrah. Den 2 Is still In three poles and lines or three rod i
at the North Florida Junior need of a den chief to be appoint and reels at a time, according to
ACCUSING THB TOlD IS BUT EXCUSING OURSELVES rMItlr' College In Madison have named ed by a scoutmaster and acceptedby the Game A Fresh Water Fish
There Is a general tendency these days to bUm many of manB the five rtnalliU in the INS the pack officials. commission
wr]! kind' weakness on the -time*, Shortcoming homecoming queen flection. The Mrs Wltey\ Orantham Jr h .
Hit .* of character art too often ahrucied off as being Drn Mother for Drn 3, comprised Learn to get along with people:
five were selected from a ballot of
IFZn.m "Just ont of those thlncs." byproducts of the
ace of '!! have to associate with them
Curtis Simmons, you
Danny ButU,
!"" in which we live Thla U. we believe, a rather essay
'. 2V foolish and dangerous e cus*, 15.They are Kaye Chason. Mdl- Mike Harris/ Mike Nobles, Wiley until you die. "Now don't get extravarantIdvaa
rt.- Wt that there U a general relaxlnc son, Kay LaIn,. Tallahassee: Undft Orantham III. Richard! Butts, Bill you know wt're on
( ,,-J ) of moral standards: that a healthy respect' for law Markham Lake City: Joan Teddy Harrt. and Keith Daniel. Scout Troop and now the Cub a budft"
...L and order U fading more and more Into the back Iteea Ute Oak: and Beverly I. Their Drn Chief la Charlie Hals- Pack -- --
I tround: that the gentler virtues are becomlnf more NIA
the exception than the rule Theae louses and loa Whlddrn. Perry den.The The newly chartered pack Intends -
(( ass theyre r are more a weakening of character One of the five will be crowned Mrthodlnt Church sponsors to carry on their program DO YOU IIAVR: AN
than they are manlIetaUon of the Urn... I queen Thursday night by Mary a Olrl Scout Troop. Brownies. Roy activities through the summer, Alcohol Problem?
After all, regardless of the Umea; peaceful or' Newsome of Jennings, the 1X4 Uuu"uuu_hUh_______uuu_
warring or reonomlcally sound or not character Queen.' The Identity of the quern We now have In Llvt Oakan
I ahould be an Inflexible thing: a solid unswerving part of ua lmpr-
U kept secret until ahe U crownedat YOU ARE INVITED: TO
I AA Croup ready to
to any and all outalde Influence Yea. It would appear that i iw
accusing the time U but excusing ourselves. the tint official activity of the help you
, INS ohmeooralnt. The new queen REVIVAL SERVICESCIIUIiCII
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor who receives the greatest numberof WRITE:

Suwann County Residents votes of those rail In the balloting : : OF) TUB: NAKAIIBM-: : P. O. Box 591,
on the five flnallnU. will
BRODY C. HARRIS I be declared elected. ActlvlUca for March 29 April ,I LIVE OAK
the homecoming celebration run Service each evening' at 7 ':30 ".m,
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOMELJc ; .- through Raturady night March R.... n.rt l:. Wh..l.r Will n. Th. Evan...list>i isutpeosioa l or Minister
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Director hicks share 1.4.. win be the I r Ia.rrti i I
: 625 S. Ohio A....,M guest speaker al taw IItMvrvWv
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA .'dark at Ik* That
Metadh Ckawtli Sunday,
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invites Ike M111. .. sliest

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Wiener Roast At Branford I Phanuel] To Speak To_ _Pri\_ News From -- J ". any;

I Hanford Assembly Of God George Phanuel. graduate of and sciences, while his

The Sunday School classes of Personals the University of Florida, from studying for her doctor's adegree

the Assembly of God Church In Madras, India, will be the guest In education from the University
BVi MRS. SHIRLEY W. Branford'will have a wiener rout speaker at the PresbyterianChurch of Florida.A .

Friday night April 2, at the homeof Charles D. Williams Jr. spent In Branford on Sunday member of the Church

At Woman'* Club Meet Alvin Revels In Branford. several days this\ week on business night March 28. South India, WhIch unites Pres.of
I Branford FFA All members are urged to attend .. In Tampa and Orlando. Phanuel Is studying for his\ byterlan Congregations Metho.

the affair which will begin Mrs. C. H. Fletcher Is a patientIn doctor's degree In the field of artamIlllI dist and Anglican Churches

Henry Ward Discussed School at 7:30: p.m.Branford. the University of Florida Medi- Phanuel will speak on the church
Banquet FridayThe .
of his native land
cal Center where she underwenteye and will teU of

Needs At Meet; Film ShownThe Branford Chapter of Future P-TA surgery,this week. his The personal public experiences U there
Farmers of America will hold Mrs. Minnie L. Phllpot returned inVited to attend

regular meeting of the Branford Woman's Club its annual Parent and Son Ban To Meet TonightThe home this week after visiting the 7:30: pm. service. Young peo-

was held Wednesday afternoon, March 17, in the club quet Friday night March 28, in Executive Board of the her son and family Mr. and Mrs. voueuvs.rfr for pie are invited to meet at 6 pin.

building Mrs. R. G. Griffith president, presided over the the school cafeteria. Theme of the Branford P-TA will meet Thursday Gordon Phllpot. In Bell. 2f4Aw / Phanuel.youth fellowship and hr

meeting, and Mrs. W. E. Smith gave the devotion. Henry banquet will be "Agriculture And night, March 25, In the school Miss Judy Daniels of Orlando '

Ward member of the School Advisory Committee was the American Heritage", cafeteria.All visited friends here over the week DOGS: ,
Speaker will be Joseph D. Kellyof members are urged to be
for the meeting. REPAIR
guest speaker
Ward stressed the need for film "Riddle Of The Friendly Jacksonville. present for this meeting.Miss end.Mr, and Mrs. Leon SIms and SERVICEtON

new and better schools In 8u- Stranger", based on child moles daughters of Gainesville visited

wannee County. He told the group tation, would be ordered and Gloria Slocum Vows Mrs. L. A. Sims and other relatives
shown to the students In Suwan Exchanges Nuptial I
that about 70 per cent of the students here Sunday.
in the couny receive heir nee County in the very near fu- With James Miller In Greenville Church Ceremony Miss Joann Thomas of Gainesville -
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entire education here: only about ture. Sunday- March twenty-first, for hrwdd; ;Ia ; of whit visited her parents, Mr. and

30 per cent of the high school Mrs. W. R. Hill, chairman of Miss Gloria Mllllcent Slocum embroidered net over satin, with Mrs. W. B. Thomas, over the weekend

graduates go on to further their the cancer drive in Branford, ask daughter of Jesse J. Slocum Sr. long sleeves. The fitted bodice wa .

education. ed for help and support during of Branford and James Dennis accented with a scalloped neckline YJWW, TEAM MAD TOW

Ward brought out some of the the coming drive. Miller?son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert In front and went to a V line In and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKee CQflCWsS INTVJOWEtKSBy < -
and the At the close of the meeting the unitedIn back. covered buttons EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE
school problem. the way Miller of Greenville, were Tiny extended
Jr. of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Lester
school commutes felt they could hostess served cake and punch. marriage at the Methodist from the neckline in the Smith BOB 8UDTK RATES
be solved. The hostess committee carried out Church of Greenville at four back to the hips. The self cover Tampa. TORONTO HUSKIES of the PICK UP & DELIVERY
The parents of the Mr. ; '
During the business meeting, the Saint Patrick's Day theme, o'clock In the afternoon with the ed buttons were on the sleeves NBA In space of two weeks tn
using the and white colors. I and Mrs. Albert Miller, entertained 1946, bad four eoachM. lAw All Work Guaranteed
Mrs. Griffith announced that the green Rev. R. H. Carr performing the The full skirt was of floor length I
s members of the wedding partyat Kayman tort the only ram h.
double ring ceremony The bride carried a spiral arrangement -'
a rehearsal dinner Friday nightat Ed Badowikl went to a
piloted ,
Randy Herndon Gets Card 01 ThanksWe The background for the cere- of white carnations the Greenville Woman's Club. ,-, mark, Dick Fitzgerald, M. Jacks
mony was greenery, baskets of centered with a white orchid. Hydraulic
Eagle Scout Award would like to thank the I Those attending from Branfordwere before giving way to formerbaseball
Randy Herndon of Troop 00 in many wonderful people who white flowers and two seven-, Miss Edna Slocum, aunt of the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Slocum star Red Rolf, 17.21 Route I, Box 228
branched candelabra holding I bride, chose a beige embroideredcrepe Jr. Jerry Slocum, and Jesse Slo for an overall 23-M team mark!
Branford received the Eagle Scout shared our sorrow during the IonIC The BRANFORD. FLORIDA
lighted cathederal tapers. dress with matching accessories.
award in a Court of Honor, held illness and passing of our loved the cum Sr. Deal kr W FMtara* lyrtlett*
benediction was received by Mrs. Ethel Slocum grand
Monday night March 15. one, C. L. (Dick) Fender. The --
couple as they knelt on a white mother of the bride, wore a rose
Randy's mother, Mrs: Ed Bu- visits, flowers, card., food, prayers satin pillow. Satin roses markedthe beige lace dress with matching
bar, pinned the Eagle medal on and every expression of your love family pews. accessories. "Here's How To Save Your "Bunny Money .''
him and Randy in return pinnedthe meant so much to us. of Jas-
Miss Virginia Vickery
Eagle pin on his mother. May God bless you Is our Following the wedding a reception
organist, rendered a progranof
per held in the Greenville
the Court of Honor
Attending I' prayer. nuptial music and accompanied GET FREE PREMIUMSWITH
Woman's Club. The bride's table
were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bubar and Mrs. C. L. Fender Miss Dlanl Clardy of Jasper who ,
Rev. Peter Richardson. and Family was decorated in white featuring
sang 0 Promise Me" and the a white cloth. The three-tiered

"Wedding Prayer" as the couple wedding cake had a replica of thebride' YOUR FAMILY'S
knelt at the altar.
bouquet on the top tier.
Attending the bride as matronof tier held columns
Each was up by
honor was Mrs. Jesse J. Slo- bowl encircled
The punch was
In Florida cum Jr. She wore a blue street with wedding brll,.
length dress of chiffon with a net
Sally Sims of Tallahassee,
oversklrt. The bodice of the dress i &t1
poured punch, Lee Anderson of ;
in the game roombeer's featured a bib effect. The dress Monticello, Paula Thompson of
was accented with a blue satin
Monticello Mary Lou Ripple of
the one... rose in the back. Her head piece
Tallahasee, and Lynda Creel of
was of tulle and a satin rose .

for good taste, ( matching the one on the dress. Tallahassee: Diana, served Sullivan as floor of Jasper hosesses. CLOTHING and SHOES
White shoes and gloves completed
: kept the bride's book.
good :: her ensemble. The matron of
fun : Mrs Miller attended Branford FREE
honor carried an arrangement of
High School and North Florida
blue carnations.Miss .
Junior College.Mr. .
Judy Stlckney of Key
Miller attended Greenville a With $5.00 to $25.00 Purchases '
West, bridesmaid, wore a deep
Ugh School North Florida Junior
rose dress fashioned similar to the '
matron of honor's. Miss Georgl- College, and graduated from Florida (Cash or Lay-away Sales)
State University with a BS
anna English of Greenville,
bridesmaid, wore a yellow gown degree. TOWELS-BOWLS-PLATES-HAIR ROLLERS
Mr. Miller is probation
I fashioned like the honor attend-
visor with the Florida Parol Commission
nt's. Miss Stickney carried pink
I in Lake City.

......' .. tow carnations'",I'ft."Iona.and Miss Thou English, Madpt.e.sfashioned yel- Following a wedding trip to
Panama City the will resideIn
I like the matron of hon- couple
I Lake City.
or' were in colors matching their COHEN'S
J Y resses. The bride's) out of town relatives
the wedding
............ Sandy English of Greenville Mr. and Mrs Frank M. Harris
flower girl, wore a floor length
Mr and Mrs. T, K. McKee Sr.
You name your game, ping-pong or chec} dress of pale green chiffon and

en, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it carried a lace and satin basketof
petals. Her headpiece was a

takes a lot out of you. That's when you green satin rose

like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy Mark English served as ring
bearer and carried the rings on
your friends' talk and your beers taste. Deer was a white satin pillow Tw1Iff1rfr-

with. Made cool Richard Miller of Greenville,
made to relax to refresh you
brother of the groom, served as

you, cheer your taste So next time you're playingsome best man. Ushers were Jesse J.

sociable at-home game, take timeout Slocum Jr., of Branford. Jerry itII
Slocum of Branford brothers of

for the companionable taste of beer the bride, and David Wood of

Greenville.The .
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IN answer to requests; betel U tsp ground thyme
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor another batch of good Ideas H tsp. black pepperS
recipes for making! fine use of e. cooked chicken diced
J-"ovw chicken: and turkey. Melt butter la lit saucepann.Blend
Mrs. Dudley-Mrs. Wilson Anna Miller HostessesOak CHICKEN JOn: IN In flour. Remove from
Hostess* for the Anna Miner Elks Lodge 1163. Monday RICK CRUST heat Add milk. Stir and cook
Circle meeting held at the Live evening were Mrs. L. O. Dudley until sauce te of medium thick
and Mrs Delton Wilson. 1 large ft, beaten ness.
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pledge )i Up. salt
mer Browning president Four.
l 4 H tap.white pepper MOLDED TURKEY LOAF
teen members of the circle attended H tsp. ground tumerla 2 envelopes unflavored'
this meeting. Creamed Chicken filling gelatin
The date of the ..j rA
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(recipe follows) e turkey
Installation Banquet was set for H e. shredded American 1 tbsp. each parsley flakes

celebrate May 15. the This ninth Installation will of The Live Oak Garden Club. lacer*,. spenseree a thicken, supper last Thursday at the garden cheeseCombine sad Instant minced onion
first 6 ingredients H tap ground thyme
this renter. Above are members preparing plates to is served. *
saving! H cup rice for later use 1 H tip black pepper
Members of the circle are searching Mrs. Phil Tewnsend Sr. finance chairman announced that the organisation cleared f*...(. en Turn remaining1 rice mixture 1 tbsp. lemon Juice
for lost Information of the their "'Pf'I'. The money 1s te be Med fey fleer revering Into butteredIn..pie plats pat' 1 e. mayonnaise
previous\ years In an attempt to Duke MeCalllster. Sawaanee Ceantr Sheriff. supervised the preparation ef the chickens.Airs. ting It ever bottom and sides of 3 e. diced cold cooked
bring the Anna Miller Circle: plate to cover uniformly. turkey
yearbook up to date. All members Add chicken Soften gelatin In U a. COW
filling- Sprinkle
1Mr. are urged to turn In to the his' White Garden I Here And There H e. rice evenly over top then turkey stock. Heat remaining
tartan Mrs. Bill Maughan. stock and stir Into
any Circle HostessMrs. sprinkle grated cheese aver gelatin Add
Information concerning the circle remaining Ingredients except
rice. Bake at MOT, 30 win.
they may have. Jack White was hostess to Mrs. Lawrence Lee returned daughter Mary Lou. and her until browned. mayonnaise and turkey Chill
Plans are In progress for the the Dogwood Garden Circle of the Saturday from Sarasota after fiance Robert Allen Williams, of or Serve hot M ma1JIII.. until mixture begins to thicken.
Rotary Ladles Night to be held Live Oak Oarden Club Inc. Fri spending a week with her son. Jacksonville spent Sunday with Serves Fold in mayonnaise and tur
April 1 with Mrs. James Cuon, day afternoon at her home on In-law and daughter, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr. key. Turn Into oiled I x 8 a 3-ln.
chairman and Mrs. Robert Tut Duval Street. Mrs. James Hading and garnd Mrs 8. E. Montgomery Jr. Mrs. CRCAMKD miCXEXFILLUNO : loaf pan Chill until firm and
tie. co-chairman. Seasonal flowers were used in eons James Michael and David Walter Jackson of Cooksvllle, ready to serve
The circle voted to assist the decorating the rooms the tad Lawrence. Michael underwent a Tenn. and Mrs. Louie C Wsds- 1H tksp butter or margarine Just before serving, lura out
...."..... Red Cross by making a contribution point was a sprint bouquet on the tonsllectomy last Tuesdsy worth were accompanied home 1% tbsp.' flour onto attractive platter.,Garnish
aa requested by Mrs. Virgil coffee table. Mrs. John W, Shuff and daugh from Tallahassee Saturday by 1H o. milk as t.
aid Mre.Edwin W.w.... Smutt Prior tG the meeting Mrs.I ten. Marilyn and Diane, and Mr, Miss Charlotte W.dlwort1reu <, 1 tbsp. parsley flakes Serve cold In "4n crosswise
Nertli Safety Barber ....... Formal Initiation of Mrs. Robert White. assisted by Mrs. O. A. Lee.I and Mrs. Harvey Rykert and student to spend the week end 1 tap salt lUoes. This serves 6.Hrnlah .
the CBIagemcat ef their .... Fine of Jasper will be held at served refreshments to the ten, daughter Mary Ann of Jackson. her*. .
gkter Kami to Reginald Allen the April meeting.Wewlwowl members present. vllle spent Friday with Mr, and Miss LeNelle Phillips Florida -
Mra Phil Townsend 8r State University student, I Club I ; I
Lanky sea .f Mr. sad Mrs. Otto Scott circle chair spent << Improvement Meeting TonightJim
Mr. and Mrs. W A. Newton and the .
week end here with her
Mrs. Reginald Laaler. a.,. Clang lIoMIAForSuJ.pr1se man presided over the business parents Stephens, vegetable crops Community Improvement Club
water. .session which was opened with specialist of the University of Thursday March 16. at the Com-
Mia Weed le a INI (rail.ate : ShowerThe the Garden Prayer. Mamie Ward Feted returned Mr and recently Mrs. John from Allen Cleveland.Cade Florida will be present at the munlty Center
Mrs. a T Miller proaramchairm.n of the Beutarj
Young Married People'sSunday monthly meeting will
Stephens present a program
ef Dunedin Rich. Seheel.ahealM Miss, where visited
On Second they their
Interesting Birthday
School Class of Westwood presented an based around the farm gar
graduated tress Blsby Baa- Baptist Church honored Mrs. Ray and Informative program on Mamie Ward son of Mr, and son and daughter-in-law. Mr r and den and will be able to answer
Irene College in December 1114. Bell Mrs. Jimmy Revs and Mrs landscaping Florida homes In a Mra. Mattox Ward was honored Mrs. Bob Cade. Mrs Cade accompanied Cailc-Hruwn most any question that the mem
She b presently esapleyed aa a Leroy Skinner with a surprise contest which followed the discussion. on his second birthday with a them home for a visit.a Marriage: hers may have regarding vegetable .
secretary at The New. Fern stork shower Saturday night at Mrs. C R. Wadsworthwon party' at the Recreation Center. m Mr and Mra. James 8. Drown production.The .
Rft&erl... 81 Fetertaarg.Mr. the home of Mrs. Billy Brannan. first priM for Identifying the last Friday. Coat Tilt,! Surface of Fantha Burn. Miss, announcethe program will be preceded
Laaler war hers la Live Prior to the presentation of the moat specimens of foundation The gift table was overlaid with Loops of hooked rugs will not marriage of their daughter by a covered dish supper at
Oak b a INI cr....&. ef gifts a covered dish supper was plantings typical of this area a Happy Birthday tablecloth and pull out If you place the rue Owen to Robert Brady Cade, son Tao: pm
Clearwater High. Sctteel and bUUes4 served picnic style. which Mrs Miner had on display centered with a cake Inscribe wrong side up on a flat surface of Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Cade Chairman Lloyd Allbrltton arc
Games were played and the Second and third prises were received Happy Birthday Mamie and top and sprinkle shredded paraffin of this city on February the es all member to be present for
with ,
the Air r. .. In gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Dialer Clayton and ped with twe candles. evenly over the entire back Press iwenty-aecond. In Cleveland.,Miss this interesting and Important
Okinawa until De,.. INS.Weeding honorees.Approximately Mra. H. O Penuel. Refreshments of cup cske, fist
b ijr the with a hot Iron. This makesa Mr and Mrs. Cade both are program.
Plaas .. be as. twenty guests i punch. and assorted candles were durable coating and washingthe Delta State College students .
......... were present for the occasion. served after which the gifts were top will not remove It. Cleveland MI... I |IU.ew Veer. ..............>>
Junior Women To opened Each guest received fav -
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For The Beat In I Sponsor Fashion ShowThe Quests attending were UM
Junior Women's Club Is Johnson. Sammy Nelson Mike
sponsoring a fashion show to befold MulUns. Timmy Johnson Mike e
ROOFING. e CALL COLLECT Thursday April 1, at t pm. MoCrimon Bhannan Day Beck
11the Junior High School Audi Barrtngton. Wayne Pulnal. Scott
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September Flood To April's F hlona. III. There Gamble. Tat.**
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I 1965 Bulldog Baseball Player Unofficial Batting, 9tUd4 r'

e Averages ReportedBelow
,r is an unofficial batting iJll'
average of the Bulldogs thus far WASHINGTON'
it _
this season: --
1 1Il 1r AB II Av...
Wally Allen 11 J .In
Il Ilf Sid Allen IS I .38
Rod Bowdoln 11 J .In I

Ray Corbin t J .3U By HENRY CATHCART
Theron Base t J .333 Central Press WotMngtm Writer
Lee Harvard 11 S 445
hr Dean Croft 12 t .333 TrrASHIVGTOY-Congres* ha embarked on .a program ofT
I Dave Melvin 2 1 .100 \ Improvement Some of its. member, led by Sea A.
Woody Green 1 1 100 S. Mike Monroney, of Oklahoma, want to up-date the legislative
The Bulldogs have scored i a machinery so it can better meet the more complex problems of
:4. total of 43 runs as compared to present government.,
Monroney was coauthor of an earlier attempt in the late '40.
five for the opposition
1 1 U. to streamline the congressional process. It
% ] r Included a consolidation of committees, pro
t Practical Course vision for better professional staffs, etc
It U this earlier effort that teem to make
Daughter: "Yes, I've graduated
but now I must Inform myself in the present try necessary. As .a result of the,
earlier change so many subcommittees and
psychology, philosophy. blbll-
subcommittee staff were spawned that the
Practical Mother: "Stop; I have
r u overall legislative process seems to have become
...ri' arranged for you a thorough t more cumbersome rather than cftipler.
f course in roastology', bollogystitchology. .
Some of Monroney critics say klddingly
domestic hustleology
that one more of his applications and hell so
simplify the structure that Congress won't be
M5 able to get anything done
Cheaper Dog Travel Senator Sen. Gale McGee of Wyoming a Monroney t
Dogs can now have cheaper MollfOll.Y supporter has proposed a novel idea to Improve
transportation on city street cars the members of Congress instead of I
of Basel. Switzerland by buyinga lepefullegislator improving the machinery. McGee wants Con '
three-month ticket. An obligatory gross to finance "sabbatical" time for everyStiU e
photo of the dog that U attached so he can get away from it all and take a. long look;
/'r.d to the ticket serves to at the problems h.'s being asked to decide. For senators, McGee
Identify him as he hop aboard. advocates three to six months of meditation on a mountain trip.
Neither McGee nor Monroney have any serious hopes that
tiiSuwannee Outfielders are Sid Allen and Congress would accept the program or that even It It was put
II Randy Howard, left field: John- into operation that many of the members would take advantageof
ny Hurst and David Montgomerycenter It.For
field Hurst also pitches: one thing no political animal and that's what senator
: Rod Bowdoin, John Sullivan and representative are would consent to be away from his
George Ash and Wade Hurst post for any length of time and leave the field to the opposition
right field. that Is always baying at his heels.
Bulldog outfielder are shown In the upper left are standing the rear. The lower left photo shows coach Tommy Below Is .a schedule of the baseball WHERE IT IItRTSfteparl" A. Halleck of Indiana
photo. Left to right am Wayne Hunt. Sid Allen Larry Home Dorwtt with the new pitching machine purchased this season games to be played by the lost a lot of things when House Republican voted to oust him
and John Sullivan Back row left to right are Johnny Hunt The pitchers and catchers are shown In' the lower rlcht photo. Bulldogs this season from his job u Republican leader There was the los of prestige
I Dave Melvin, and David Monti ornery. The Infielders are shown In Left to right are Ray Corbln. Wally Allen, Dave Melvin and Mar 9, Cross City there 4:00. the loss of some office help the loss of power and the loss of a
the upper right picture. Left to right are Dean Croft, Lee Harvard Ronald Hurst (Democrat Staff Photos) Mar. 13. Gainesville there. 3:30. chauffeured limousine .
Rod Bowdoin, and Donald Hunt, Woody.Grrtn and Theron Ball Mar. 20. Madison here. 3:30.: But to Halleck all these thing must -relatively minor. He
--------- Mar, 23, Cross City, here 3:30.: told .a Republican dinner meeting recently: "
Mar 20 St. Augustine there "Nobody knows better than I do that what happened" the
330.: Republican Party last November: AM had tar...... hizlC roper
I Bulldogs Post 4-0 Record In Baseball Mar. 27. Gainesville, here 3:30. cusslons.
Mar, 30 Jasper here. 3:30: 1 lost my parking space)!* __ "
-- Mar 31, Madison "B* team IJirnoVIXG THE ACT-.NO top performer U ever satisfied
: The game was a return match position. here. :00.: with JILt "routine. Sen. George Murphy, of California formes
( Beat Cross City Twice; Won with Cross City as the Bulldogs Coach Tommy Domett says that Apr, 2, Lake City, there 3:30.: Hollywood song and dance man, 1* no exception.
went there for their first game of he plans to use Corbin against Apr, 5, Madison "B" team After a shaky beginning before a critical Washington au
1 Over Gainesville And Madison the season, winning 13-0 In five St. Augustine there Friday and there. 4:00. dience. Murphy ha* sought some new gag to brighten up hi*
; Innings, u they did here Tuesday Johnny Hurst against Gainesvillehere Apr. 6. Palatka. here. 3:30, speeches. a
f' Ray Corbin pitched the Saturday afternoon. Apr. 0, Jasper there. too, In reference: to Pierre Salinger, whom he beat In the California s
The Suwannee High School baseball team added game In Cross City and Ronald In the second game of the sea Apr, 10. Lake City tore 1:30.: election Murphy ..says lie never called the former WhtU House
another win to a perfect record this season with a 170tJ. Hurst went all the way for the son the Bulldogs beat the Gainesville Apr, 13. Starke there. 3:30.: press secretary carpetbagger" "He cam out t
win over Cross City at the Recreation Center baseball Bulldog here High Bulldogs 8-3, with Live Apr. 20. Starke here 3:30.: to California so fast 1 dOft' .think he had time Adef seneiterDiepl ,
J', park Tuesday afternoon. This brings them to four con Hurst allowed the oppositiononly Oak totaling 11 hits to eight for Apr. 22 23, 34. Sub-group baseball to pack a bag!" .
secutive wins one hit In the five Inning of Gainesville. tournaments In referring to the Supreme Court he com s
play. while his teammates gathered Madison was the third victimof May 1- Group baseball tournaments menu' : "People ask me about prayer In school, ri'*.ry ef wit
local I m for then I think our children should know
eight, committing no errors the nine as they went
p The Bulldogs have only one error down 6-2 before the pitching of May 7. Regional baseball tournaments about heaven R.".- a* It U now before the Supreme Court reap
agalnnt them this season Ray Corbin. Live Oak gathered portion
# i Malcolm Brady has dropped his seven' hits and Madison three May 13. 14. State baseball
third base position to serve as Playing for the Bulldogs this tournaments. gratat.estn
page with Representative Leon year are Ray Corbin and Ronald
l.t I i McDonald In the state leglslatture Hurst pitchers; Wally Allen and
< This brought about quite a Dave Melvin catchers: Theron 7oi
r switch on the infield. Bass and Rusty Wllklns, first
Dean Croft was moved from base: Lee Harvard and Donald
\ shortstop to third, Lee Harvard Hurst, second base; Malcolm Bra 1965 MODELS
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p and Rod Bowdoin and Woody and Dean Croft and Larry Home
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