Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
April 8, 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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VOL. 80
NO 4

,Study Phases Complete Money For New School Assure 1

School Advisory Committee Is Busy High *

Plans] For Adequate System -
Delegation Works Out Plan With
Recommendations covering every school site in this 1965 Ofjicfr Installed

county will be drafted tonight (Thursday) by the physical State Officials Visit
plant sub-committee of the school board advisory committee ; WashingtonA

at a meeting set for 7:30 p.m. at the old Armory new high school to replace the damaged Suwanne

Chairman Louie C. Wadsworth of the group atud11nlOTHINKIMUrJOI High School building was assured this week the
as result
what la needed In the way of new
construction and alteratlona of of efforts on the part of a determined six-man delegation
from Suwannee County. The delegation agreed last
existing faculties said his crouP week
was ready to finalise 1U completerecommendations to go anywhere and talk to anybody .in an effort to assure

and would submit work could start on the new
a detailed report to the full Smmnnee Rand Plan school prior to expiration( the
committee Thursday. April IS. SO-day period permitted under
Wttk Leal C. WadewortaEmbamaslnc. Tb. finance sub-committee Concert, Fish Fry terms of a bid to accept: or rejectan

headed by Henry M. Ward aa A fbk fry sad eeneert will be offer to build the new facility,
: dlaappotatlna chairman plane to meet Tuesday presented ky tke 8..n.... The school board determined on
There' wu much JOT in this and draft a recommendation U c..." High. School Band ..- March 28 that .s bid entered by
county ails week when that delegation bow beat to provide the funds might' .TIl......,) tram 1N: the R. B. Day Construction Co.
returned from Tallahasece needed to build the faculties J.-. to I:N 11-.... .to the HUb. of Jacksonville to build this phase
aDd Waahlnttoa, with assurance recommended bJbe physical Sefceol. Cafeteria. of a contemplated new high
at least a aUrt could be nude to plant sub-committee. I, M Tba flab fry .la being apenaared school for the sum of .' ?
orrect this county's bad Image Chairman Clarence' H.Ratllf of by tke Bank Parents Aaeaclaliea was the low and a toad bid and a
u far M Ui schools are concern the 15-man advisor committee with tbe ,....,..... t.lnf few days later advised Day his
aald hen this week U war the toward a trip the band plans le bid would be accepted: when funds
ed.There U no doubt In anybody* plan of his afOUl to complete Its ---.n make te Dajrtena Bea n. April were In hand.
Officer fee Uve Oak Ledse Slat .. the .......,
mind but what the solution of the complete findings within the and rrelecUve Or4rr of Etta were Installed ft.. eempeto la tke Slate At a conference with Superintendent
school problems of this county U corning week and it war hoped the Taeedajr might by District Deputy Oraad Stalled Baler George keg at Tallaaaawe mad past ...J.... Bead cf Public Instruction
Onteal.a In
willing be unfolded to rmlen .! the Live Oak ledge.
a must. That an appear entire plan can a Tallahaaiee last Thursday
and eager to shirt In this reapontlblllty people of the county as a aeries of laataOed fee tae ....< year ..... left and seated left J te rifht. Gerald SeMI Ca#eat.d teal hI'I..menu0 swum sufficient ar

is heartening eneourat- meetlnss. lie laId plane were be- Kalthll Cart .... ... lashed a...,& CUff Inns I........ Leading Kalfktt and BUI LaMhlnh*rase, County Board To funds for thla building were worked .
tax and a source of treat prtdt. me drafted to hold the first of I KHnme4 1Mt..... Kal.... SUwtlaf left to risk an. 0. W. Iran Jt. laser G.aH| Jams D. Allen, i out. whether the OEP grant

Many have amid that when such meetlnts on April 22. I Bevretaryt B, V. IleicklBM. Treaavreri, Bafae A. McMallea. Cha.lala| lleward Wright\ Tn U '| and Expand Parking approved last November war finally
definite arrangements are com RaUlff said-- his. committee.. -_ I....... Eeesdn.Is ) approved or not.

Dicta to font a school system in would remain active in presenting tbe photo at the right ........ A. I'. Nell at rtskl. b ...... >r .Unf |k. Elk af Ike Tear At Courthouse Release of the OEP grant In

this county that will provide every the plan to organizations troupe
award to Maitkew Earl fee kla Washington has been held
tot servlee U tke lodge and the up
"'r (Detaeeral
child in the county an opportunity and individuals on request> months and it appeared then
to attend school tn facilities that he had requested school offlcials The Hoard of County Commissioners would not be time for the school
that Beet or surpass aU to arrange mectlnta with toted Tuesday to provide board to elm a contract! with Day
criteria. for accreditation, Buwaanee an teachers In the county ao that anile parkin around the Courthouse before the
County can pub out its cheat they may hear the plan and ask North Florida Co. U the city would take the April :31. 10-day period tiplrea
and with justified pride announce questions aa to Its detalla.Wtdiworth. Telephone parking meters' sway. A group of
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to one and aU that children attending who Is also publisher / clUaena had requested the park. worked out by SuperIntendent
school here no longer of the Buwannec Democrat dog I spa which they said would Bailey war complicated
must accept second and third has advised Bailiff that his firm provide BO more parking apace In and called for Immediate teamwork -

claw faculties tout move to the; will print and dutrlbute at feast Observes Tenth Anniversary the downtown area. IflUIatlve on the dek-tatlon part. of! this. and county's t ,\
bead of the .*.. 1000 copies of the recommended In ether action the board; department

As a member of the committee plan without chart. Voted to send Marvin E Home, Representative Leon N. McDonald
studying cur school system. Its Statistics Show Increase Of Over I with a committee to Waihlniton. was tn Tallahaaiee and State
needa and boW to obtain same. I D. C. to promote a swine evaluation Senator llouilon W, Roberta was

can foreaee this coming about Three Suwannee 400% In Decade Of Growth Cancer Crusade station In Buwannee County. contacted by telephone. Both
before too tone.flo Hard a motion to rock and readily agreed to do whatever was
I Home I surface a strip around the Bu naeded In the way of special litalatlon ,
It to somewhat dlaappolnUnt Youths Among From telephone system of 1} elCh.nKei.wlth a total Campaign wannee County airport for a price suggested by Bailey's de ,1
and frankly embarraaalng to learn of 3400 stations on April 1, IBM, Ufm-syHem embracing not to ssceed I&00.aonrllle. I partment.
thus th. ........' *. *M*"'MMti U F Graduates 83 M haarS with '/.so0.lettenrn for tluitomt, PlaHnctJ No d.YAr ,... nut Aa 4
Red Cross drive in this county is growth is the fantastic achievement of the North Florida' .Itt4ur'c at:7: fM'.fI't: l!. n Ji
ridiculous and a downright shame.Man's I Telephone) Company the short span of 10 years. This county's INS ea.-r-au. nods afternoon by McDonald
memory must be abort Mist Qtunn Flood." Charles" Pred Behind the growth and development lade for rural areas and the residential The board lave no Indication of. This Is s general' law but has ..
for It Yeas only a few months ago Oren Jr. and Mist Eton Wads- of the company has been OWft10,1' SundayAt section of Ute Oak will when the new CourthouM would population clause that applies only
that there was miser and dire worth, an of Uve Oak. will be the guiding telephone savvy of a be conducted Monday night April be ready ta move Into beeauae of to Suwannee County and will
need to this county yea. needs amoni some I.... students who. fathrr-aon combination aeldoa Royt Ranch 11. beginning at T:M pm. aome minor "'Pllrlb.., would authorise the school board to borrow .
that had to by thair nature roof win receive decrees teem the University equaled m IIIa. DMa ctrclea. for II Tba nHda ......". lets Residents of IJve Oak are being have to be completed& tavauinnBeaalons. the money If need be to build
ahead even schools and char of Florida during commencement was tn 1M4 that Otto Wet WID Baaek will be beat Satarday.April asked to turn on their porch Clerk of the Circuit the structure final paatag* ef the
(N*. I CeUlaad a rate 1)) exerdaea April JS In m with the advice and urglns It, .. tke nertda U taU> lights Monday night while the Court estimated that the Court- bill and subenfluent signing' by
florid" Oymnaetum. of hla father. Otto WetUtetn Jr.. tar* dattat aa .... bow eltk bouts to house canvass foe contributions hence should be read, for eccupancy the governor could occur this
Both Min Hood" and Mist Is being conducted week no .later
reclined lop poailkm aa preaident BaaekwAtaaf within ten days. or UI.nhe early
SchoolTo Wadnrorth win receive the de- of the alreadyeUbllahed and with tk. Man fUridaUfMalare. Mrs Ed N. Butler la In charge of I. part of nest week as both McDonald .
McAlpin tree of Bachelor of Arts tn Education. Florida Telephone O.verMT IfajeVM the home solid&Mloma to the city and Roberts have already
Oreen wul receive a Company to come to Uve Oak Ban*. sad ... Itat. CaMwlhave Workers under the chairmanship Green Named To made arrangements to short circuit
Be Closed Bachelor ef Science In BuatneesAdmmlatrttion and accept the challenge of the .... Inched .. .a...... of Mra. Tom Cheek have Scltolatttc every poaaible "legUIallre obstacle. -
decree. art antsaUon of a company to buy Tbs praaHMl. ., Ski skate been busy this week conducting FnHfrntty. .
The Bvwanne. County Bcheol Candidates fordPlJ'I'M.&be and menace that portion of the sad tke ...**... af tke H .*e the downtown live Oak campaignfor Ckartea Oraca, sew ., )I... In the IDeal delegation were L.
Board toted to etae the MeAlptoBeeacntary I tad ef the winter tr1-mlater. norlda" astern tn this area. have ...... tke Says BaawkUwl the eruaade. ("hark. Clreea.) WM aaveat IIItos M. Crews, chairman of the school
School during the April 33. number 1.110 undertraduate Organisation wu not easy but lk... will be ae eeafltrtkufaartlaaa The quota for Buwannee County ......,. ef tk. l'alerally board Superintendent Henry M.
.boards seati-faentfaty tasrtrmhekt I atudenls and Ot at the en April 1. 1.M. North Florida' bpidstlve during Ike this year Is |IM>0. for the part ef nerUa .. be selected. far fklKamta PoUom. Clarence II. RatUff.
last 'hMdaJ."J1Ie" school: traduat Is,.). Including M doe- I Telephone Company tot intobusrneas .... been. several years, this county has met rH. Ik* aaltoaal keaeeary chairman ef the school board advlaory -
ctaatec wffl effect about M ..- total candidate by purchaalnt eichanees ,... aeea bile win .... freaa and ..,...". Its Quotas. erkelaalle. fraUrally _1111..... A. Jack Phillips
dents ta the McAlptn area. at AJadl.... Branferd. Creacent II:" a.... .. IN: .... aad The Rev BUI Pierce Is eruaade Meaibere fae tkla very eeleclfraleraMy vice. chairman of the "' .Ja-
Aocordtag ta School Bupertntondeal City fUaUnca Dish aprtnsa.Jaeper. .. ta.h Henry ML PWeom. about Tiro Ladltt A'anmiTo Lake Butler Live Oak.Mayo try frW aklrkea .........d by president of the local chapter, alleles sad ake. ef Ike man af the sdvlaory. sua-commit
half the stadfftts win so to the Board White Bprlncs. and WtDbom. tke peee ., ........ c....,. e. Ualvenltf ..! pawUu. aa are tee on finance and Lassie C.
Live Oak BemenUry School while library TW ....... trill W<.la al placed ea .Ikeae wkeia ek.taaUe Wadsworth. chairman ef the advisory .
the ether half Mil attend the Mrs A,Jaek ,..... .. Irma. AH telephones la these es- ISSN PA County 4.11 Club Mkleveaaeal plane them .bIke tub sommlttee on physical
Branford Elementary BchoatIn : ford aad Mrs B, W. Bwfvvaatea chances swept st Ute Oak. A .... precraaa featarlMycat top. IS pee .... ef tketradaaUaf plants. f
ether action the School HI at live Oak. .... beesass.d Branferd. and Alachua were the .iirs+ freea ... Reach wWf alaaa.Aleat Rslttff sad Crews both "a.....
Board approved, a letter sent to U late S.waaae* Oeaaty. aid ...... crank type and thoae .flew ...... Tears ., Ike f aat- Win Honors At .... leeea ... b .Mla-. the manner In which Bupertaten* \ i
the Board ef County Ooeuniastaners \ library Board by 0...... at the three eschansee Baled were lila.lp beeta al 11.M aja u.. tip ...1.... M dadeaUfreas dent. Bailey mustered all facilities \\
revusatlna. more apaee mth Haydea ....*. Theeeaaaala- the common battery type. District MeetTen narlda. It I... elk.tatolee of his department to help this
new Caarthaaax The School! ....* .... leas-4 lest weft by One ef the first vnderUkmeaby aad Ikree N...&. frewfeeel county and McDonald and RbiNe .
Football Coach
$eaiitary .. Male Tee Adaaaa.aMeeaded .a eeeatrlea." ..... ,
Beard has reajaiated lido attars Freatdent WettaUta and his _. Buwanoee County Mil ( I C. *. aa Pan II
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fret ef fist speee from the county Ni.. fflWam Nee company was to convert" theaeoataaoded Club members von echolanihtpe ta
coavakataft .... according toMerakty telrphoMe to the automatic the lisle 4-11 Club Centrcac for 11I I ITa
,..... ball boa sasgnd con- dial .,... This was aeeompUahed taktnt top honors In dbtrtctevents. OH Cancrr Crusade
fca than die ycqacst, .vey.r tow before the IIyear The eontoata were held

period sii' ud. for today aneschanaee Mwday. April I. In take City
I Win Land Judging Contftt to the sy..arm. mmt heveautomaue I I* ; e with Columbia.. DUJe. fUmllton, ,
diaBnc of the LafayetUe. and Susanne Conn.
modern type.Durtac ties partkipeunf. .
the apan ., !' '"". q;! wwlrla Tint' ptaeee won by local youths IN I. ,
the eempany eaukltahad lour Included;
eachanevc .. meet tts aelMapoa- Tractor operators contra. *. John
.. ertirrta tar ade.wto emleeat Haw
Cttra. Port 1It'b*. Jenolne", Boye lamp contort, MervM Ubby. t
and LnravUle.AequMUoH. .
rr. .ti lI byesehnst" Low added Individual atneral. ......,.-
d etch* UoM. era faolk.Tasss .
company+ CaQahan aivd Hlfitard testarsl dame ttaums.
was bought free the JSaaee Ttbphvne Cathy flail sad Marcte M t Compaay and. sis eehn I
es at looker, Intrrtacben. alelotoah. M.lAdrrtdHal food des istrrslass.
......... Oranee Bpftaca, Eunice. AnbrtUem XTeess
and Walde were added.. .. UMsyavns load tfeateasUsttans.Bonnie .
when the BanU f. Te kvptiane pro Ry Cry. a t4yeaeM Mcteasi and. rue rarrsDreae -

eoeperallve was s rsed "., .... af Artaaeaa 14.4.telseidly ..... 1
Into. Oath fHOda complex, (tv- .. 1'f
war messed bad .. WtOs ......,
leg the Bras Its svearat awakeeof in the toleirt eanUe. *. Oaudie 'f
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....... and booaUac ata- al wawee and Merges M OanaM stoeedsecond Nab akee wee takea al a ...... .. Ike Bay. Waae Baa.laaraal 1
tine over the MjSM mark a fewyears lash l...*. Tanday.OMWy I .but wtS atee partietpaleto ....y -.... .. Ike ...-. Caeeef Criiiall. gel ,

aeevTbe MwWv eMeaaek Is.MaN the stale ........ aaderwey ta tae ........ MrWI af Ike se..... ..... Tees (bash
........*tao KJwaesa fed *4gt ...!..< fcaed ieaa .ala.ael .-' : aataSe lelepeione nldaacethat sad bad Ba* ..... al Other honors taeladad. wend ta .. ..... .. tke drive with tkarWea esaer aOtat aniliHef wttJkWKa
as lbv .... el ..arsaLlteajereati. see sbeiem .... &.eft.-.. I appeaee tabrrent ks the Tliamitle lass irkael taTkaaaHBe. Oleada... far eead ptaea ta IMgrnNaW.5,
........ ....... Sa seesgb. Ont I WeUatrt* fasalty was a.aks. dttplayed .
sew ..... Oerta wrr Oa far ... aartkra the gulp iMrp contort aad MChartpne
wettedew bee al Ike ..,..e ..... b M*. aad furs Bart W.a. seer
pea. wtwserp a.4 ..... iL bbreee, eel ews.we sirls4d amownMttJ were tes.espu7 tar few esla ( year Ole a***. Is (.. Awss sad Klafe As* Mra H. B. Baala ... a W ...heai... lU.Mfe.Baei SUrreal -
ei Mka B ta saarrM to banks both af wheat pkuwd se
il.wrrrs c..aar andthe MM Wysaaa Narveed. Mra freak. filch |v. Mrs TeatMaare. 4
chemise end M ......
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.4 i-.4.s three etrhamee ka lUmfltoaOawty farmer limey Weea afBin At the tffcMrtrl easaeg saaHJatktoA MsMld .*... ..... Pa.l lied .... Teat Aliratiailla.Mre '1
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: to evjer tog tree saiiiuaswtOtfca faOaaad the ..... pear kWOtana. aad Maw ........ Werkees aa4aetaeal .
tke> J.r.tiN ..*.*..... Medals .... seeatasid at for Zh..Y.dbaf'R.diishF the esemN1 ...... ... Seagbtae, bw yesn red .". tMbaeiks was deetod sMevata fee .Ik* aH M are Mra lad .... aad M.. ,... feat

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I Farm- i Suwannee' County, Florida',.

For A Think-In FrontBy 1915-1940-1955

From time to time a news article, a not Cuba. We are talking of Americans who havea c'

speech, or essay expresses clearly and distinctly wide range of beliefs living in one of our BO Doyle I:.
the beliefs and opinions of this states ConnerWhile Token From Tee fife Of

newspaper, often in words better chosen? It would be a misguided and ill-timed decision the Soviet Union basksIn I TIIE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
than those available to our editorial wrI-- indeed to seek "genocide" penalties against "
the limelight of Its recent extra -
ters. the State of Alabama at this time. vehicular space activity" I I

In this category falls a speeck made_ in Dr. Martin Luther King, who proposes the the xnan-floatlng-ln-space act 1915 sonville Florida, Federation elected president of Women'sClubs of the ventkm She succeed in Miama Dixie last weekend.

boycott he has been accussed before of the U. S. continues to widen Its Rowan4 also
the United States Senate Monday says taking Dr. O. B. Smlthaon of Wellborn, at Its convention In Sarasota of Suwannee County,
noon by, Florida's junior Senator George actions at untimely moments. But Mr, President, economic lead. in was In the city Tuesday. The doc last week was guest speakerat

Smathers. Titled, "Time For A 'Think- Dr. King will merit that criticism in this instanceif its Russia is to falling make good miserably Khrush- tor ha* been enjoying! good health the regular monthly meeting A Recreation Center In Live

In'." Senator Smathers in clear and con- he persists in urging economic reprisals. chev's attempt boast In 1901 that it would for some time and in order to air get, and Golden Jubilee celebration of Oat under joint sponsorship of

cise fashion discussed the situation todayin Similarly he errs when he counsels a moral surpass the U. 8. during this de- the benefit of a change of the Live Oak Woman' Club held the City of Live Oak and the
In company
Alabama. Isis remarks made sense. to obligation to obey "just laws" but not "unjust cade in "production per head of scenery and work Bryant, he, will leave at the clubhouse on Duval Streetat Board of County Commissioners

us and are presented below: laws." The civil right movement cannot be im- population", next with Thursday George in a Ford car for noon Friday moved nearer to realization here

Mr. President there comes a time In the mune to court orders any: more than the body of U. S. News recently summarized Mexico. this week when the county board
New Jimmy Nelson. Jeff McKelthen,
society. a few comparisons of the agreed to enter a joint agreement
course of political and social change when modera- who attend the
USSR record with that of the and Mel Adam with the city for development of
tion becomes a vital Ingredient The American Respect for the law 1* a cornerstone of the U. S. Here's the score for the peri- The ladles of St. Luke' Guild University of Alabama In Tuscaloosa. center.on the site of the old Fair a

process of non-revolutionary change requires both Judaeo-Christian ethic. The Apostle Paul coun- od 1061-84: will conduct a white sale Building tomor-in spent the week end with Grounds on Hamilton Street. The

the catalyst and the tranquilizer, The recent seled respect for authority even under Roman Gross national product. U. S. row in the formerly Parshley occupied by the their parents. action followed a request by the

events in Alabama are beginning to demonstratethe tyranny. up (83 billion (from $540 billion the room civic round table presented by

need for a "think-in,".- a period of cooling- Mr. President, conciliation is a spirit that to $623 billion); Russia up $23 Court House Cafe. Mrs. B. W. Helvenston. Mrs. Mrs. Roy Crews and Mrs. B. W.

off by those pressing for expanded voting rights underglrds civilization. We need that spirit of billion (from $2<4 billion to $217 The Temperance rally at the: H. E. Leech. Mrs. D. O. henry Helvenston m. Mrs. T. J. Ken-
billion). U. S. now leads by $338 Mrs. B. W. Helvenston Jr. Mrs. non and Mrs. Harold F.
for all Americans.It conciliation now not bombs on the doorsteps of Baptist Church Tuesday night I Preston
billion. A. D. Nease. Mrs H, F. AIrth, and : were other members of the
is tragic and regrettable that the Ala- public officials or cries for vengeance was attended by hundreds of people the Rev. Mr Tayloe were among delegation
In auto production it Isn't evena of meeting with the county
bama confrontation has caused the deaths of the I think it was an act of wisdom when the race. We have Increased our lead who showed their approval those attending the district meeting board.

Rev James Reeb, Viola Oreeg Lluzzo or Jimmy Congress wrote Into the civil rights bill the establishment by more than IVi million units this great movement by the Col.hearty John of Episcopal Auxiliaries in

Lee Jackson. I know my colleagues from the of a federal conciliation service for civil a year. Russia's 1864 output was Harrell and frequent presided chairman and Madison last Thursday. Mr*. T. J. Kennon was electedto

treat State of Alabama and the overwhelming 185,000 cars the U. S. 7,752.000 of the head the Live Oak Woman's

majority of Alabamians regret and deplore the rights.My collegue. Senator Holland and I sup- Russian meat and milk outputin Introduced the speaker County candidates opened their Club at the club's annual electionof
1964 was even lower than in evening. platform campaign Monday officers held last
taking of human life by unlawful means. Friday during
ported the President's nominee for director of that I -
night at Falmouth and again
1981 after promises they wouldbe the regular
Mr President, I am confident the courts of organization a former 'governor of our state, Increased meat by three One day last week J, C. Henry Wednesday night at Landen' serve with her meeting.were Mrs.Elected Norman to

Alabama and the citizens of that state will face LeRoy Collins times and milk doubled.A came to the city with four Duroc Store on the Landen Highway In ProUman. first vice president,

their responsibilities in dealing with the crime of It is significant that Governor Collins has recent meeting of Soviet Jersey shoat and some and hot got me.ton over the Rocky Sink area. Tonight they Mr. Louie C. Wadsworth. second

murder.I also urged a slow-down of demonstrations and leaders heard that more effort a$100 one for horse the wagon load. The hogs, will be at Dowllng. Park. vice president: Mrs. J D. Henry,

have been a frequent critic of the Supreme pressures in Alabama. He has been on the scene and money would be devoted to which were thoroughbreds, were recording secretary; Mrs. George

Court and some of its recent decisions, but I and knows to what degree tempers can be frayedin Improving agricultural output. shipped to buyers. Carver corresponding secretary:
think Chief Justice Warren commented succinctlyon tense situation such as these Private ownership of livestock already 1955 and Mr*. W M. Jernigan. treasur.
had been permitted.The .
the role of the courts In dealing with barbarous Mr President I believe in the right of peace- Suwannee County not only Funeral service for William er.

acts of society ful assembly and the right to petition for redress cost of living, expressed in I furnished the Speaker of but the Pasco Atwell, 69. prominent The Suwannee High golf team

"When society acts to deprive one of its members of grievances. But this must be consistent with I terms of hours of work requiredto House of Representatives, Branford merchant and active participated in the Northeast

of his life, liberty or property it takes its public order. earn enough to buy shows It Col. A. E. Leslie was selected as Suwannee County leader were Conference Golf Tournament held

most awesome steps," Mr Justice Warren wrotein take 6 times as long to earn the enrolling secretary: of the Senate held In the First Baptist ChurchIn In Ocala Thursday
I believe that
civil rights marchers had the and Fred York won over two opponents Branford Wednesday afternoon
Coppedge vs United States "No general respect cost of a one-pound loaf of breadin eHikitfu
right to from Selma to In for recordIng -
proceed Montgomery an with 42 votes at 3:30: pm. Atwell died suddenly
Russia as It does In the U. S.
for nor adherence to, the law as a whole orderly fashion, without obstructing traffic. I be- of it clerk of the house Uncle Ben Monday night shortly before midnight
For a pound potatoes
can well be expected without judicial recognition lieve they were entitled to protection In that takes 4 times as long; a pound of Umstead has made assistant Serluntat.nns u the result of a heart attack ) CalmA
of the paramount need for prompt, eminentlyfair in the lower house. -
course. beef or a quart of milk. S times; "Guide to Silent Hotels"Mating _
and sober criminal law procedures. The
It was tragic that In the final hours of that a cotton shirt 10 times; a pair of those which are situated
methods we employ in the enforcement of our suit 11 For the year ending March 31, Miss Harriett Thompson Fu: from
peaceful demonstration that self-appointed vigilances shoes 8 times; a man' away main roads offer an
criminal law have aptly been called the measure the rainfall at Live Oak u shown ture Homemaker member
chose to strike down Mrs: Lluzzo in the most time; a pack of cigarettes, 3 was atmosphere of calm and relaxation
by which the quality of our civilization may be time by the records of weather observer elected State Vice President of the ha been complied by the
judged. cowardly manner Russian rents may be modest Westbrook was 43 Inches. There group at their annual state con- French Anti-Noise League.
But cries for vengeance cannot restore Mrs. were more days when the tem-
compared with ours but housing
All decent Americana want to see the covert
Lluzzo to life. Alabama needs no more martyrs. construction there has fallen be- perature was below the frost line
assailants, the attackers-by-nlght, brought before
The point Is made, the issue dramatized. This is low the volume of 1961, In the than In any year since the records -
the bar of justice.
not the time for retaliation or for pitting race meantime the Russian population hive been kept

But there is abroad now a movement to indict against race, or federal government against state. continues to gain. It was 35 V4 a .
the entire State of Alabama and indeed million in 1964.
greater ours
Let Alabama be given time to breathe; let the James B. Daniels
much of the South for the acts of a handful Space gymnastics by astronauts 1910
Congress have the opportunity to proceed in an
ot terrorist, men outside the law wherever they may be cause for national City fathers, meeting Saturday
orderly /Mhton JOlt the civil
; right movement demonstrate ,
ay w d. jubilation but they don't feed,
its bond with the Constitution. of Jut week and Monday, votedto
There can ,be no defense for terrorism. But clothe and shelter Ivan. What it authorize the Junior Chamberof Funeral Homes
at the same time the aftermath of tragedy should For civil rights or any right is not the takes to make a good life he Commerce committee to pro-

not be the building of new tensions and new ani- special charge of any single! agency or govern hasn't got. ceed with Its plans to push thru

mosities which can only serve to harden attitudes ment. I believe with James Madison that "the ultimate the street paving project. LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
authority resides with the people alone and Two more hearings In the field
and light those torches which draw the assassins
from dark it will not depend on the comparative ambition of of meat poultry and livestock Play In the Suwannee River
corners.I have been announced by the Na- Now have two radio-dispatched
the different governments whether either or Baseball League opens her a oxygen-
refer, Mr. President, to such manifestations tional Commission Food Marketing.
which of them will be able to enlarge Its sphereof week from Sunday April 21. when equipped ambulances on call twenty-
as a call for economic .
an boycott of the State of the Live Oak baseball
Alabama tanta mount to a plea for genocide. jurisdiction at the expense of the other" Planned for May 13-15 In Atlanta in the formative stages nine, tackles still four hours each day In both Live Oak
In sum Mr. President, let us proceed to Is hearing Integration
resolve a on
This plea comes at a moment In history when Mayo in a game at the field east and Branford
this Issue of voting right In an atmosphere In the broiler and egg Industry of
the President of the United Brown's Mule Company
States in the strongest -
which Omaha has been selected
permit thought and reflection which allows for a
possible terms has already endorsed the drive hearing June 3-5 on buying and
us, as legislators, to move in a manner that Conll'fllUDa"Lex Greene will
for equal opportunity and particularly for, voting doesn't rip the fabric of federal-state responsibility selling practices for cattle and bring his campaign for reelectionto -.CALL DAY OR NIGHT.

rights for all Americans hogs, and feedlot operations by Congress to voters of Suwannee

The President of the United States It may be packers. County Saturday: afternoon of
My own State of Florida has long been 362-3333 935-4100
proudof In the
meantime farmer
pointed out. .made clear his position long before group next week April 20. at which
record of
Selma. One needs only to read his State of the peaceful race relations. The StateLegislature around the country are accumulating time he will speak here at three
Union message to discover this. eliminated the poll tax more than 25 ammunition to UM at hear'Ing '- o'clock. LIVE OAK BRANFORDJ.

years ago There are no literacy tests or other when the time come for B. DANIELS JR. LF.D.
There will shortly come before the Senate artificial barriers to voting I am confident that their particular commodities to Mrs Tburston Robert* of Jack ,
legislation dealing with voting rights, The Senate this record of achievement will continue. com under scrutiny.
will discharge its responsibilities on this legislation I noted 'recently In The Packer -
But the pace of will be
progress Impeded by
in its best judgment not under pressure produce trade publication
or under threat.I extremism on either side. The civil rights movement that vegetable grower In the low-
will make a serious mistake if It concludes
need not dwell here on the merits of this that more and more demonstration are necessary: committee

legislation.' Even when I opposed the civil rights and that It must shift from Selma to Tallahassee rent price spreads on their'' pro

bills of 1957. 1880 and 1084. I emphasized that I or anywhere else.Demonstrations. ducts.

did not oppose giving every American the right Growers being paid one eent or
are not an end In themselves,
to register and vote.I lees for a head of lettuce found It
And even Mahatma Gandhi whose .
concept of nonviolent If1CV11'E'L"
am still committed to that principle and if demonstration tiling at retail for 29 cent a ,
Is embraced by Dr. King
head In
or a spreadof
the forthcoming legislation confers this right and the right movement also knew
the use of 2.000 per cent between farmer TAX
without imposing a civil wrong, then I shall support restraint and consumer
as Grower who tot about 110 a

But. Mr. President this legislative body will Visual education Is on the uptrend or haven't ton for cabbage noted Ie coat the _

be hampered and the people of Alabama white you noticed that student prefer to study the consumer lit to buy that amount -
and Negro will be at retail a difference of !,- +
badly served if the spirit of television screen rather than their school text-

Thaddeua Stevens II reincarnated.One books Christian Science Monitor 680 per cent 1 :
valley farmer were receiving -
of the provisions! of the Civil Rights Act a 15 cent In early March

of 1884 to which I war opposed was the socalled"genocide" "I shall now Illustrate what I have In mind. for carrot that packed out 48
title Title VI which provided for aid tb professor a* be erased the board. TH one-pound package for retail

cutting off federal funds to the stake under certain bun, Chicago HI; sale consumer cost waa J.830

condition. per cent more than the grower

I am still opposed to placing m on the federal received

statutes an fiat which arrays the federal government The Suwannee DemocratOF .
There just arent very many
against a region or a else of people.I A Checking Account with its record of
rich: farmer, according to Secretary expenditures of
am similarly opposed to invoking economloI&J1ctlone LIVE OAK FLORIDA of Agriculture Orville FT- .

against the State of Alabama at this "M lJU HWt o1 ... s........... Riser' "JZ.T' man. tax deductible items really simplifies income tax report.
time. There is no need to inflame and incite at a Fewer than 400.000 farmer, he

period when the best of meal thought must be Established BANNER Consolidated LEADER .estimates earn a wage comparable ing. A regular or eape ar checking account at the Commercial
rallied 1U4 August >. 1S9T Established 1881 to that of a skilled Industrial -
I1wWed every huuds al rite 6 c.alMr street worker In addition to Bank will fit
a return
Tb New York exact needs.COMMERCIAL
Times your
of April 1 also reports that Iroc eta tfidltae & Publisher of 1 per cent on Investment. .

the Chi Securities Corporation baa written OCT. Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Between two t.nd $,?, mink

George Wallace and notified him it would no Walter 1M Olive ...... Advertising Manager 'Sflben fan short of that Invest

longer buy or sell bonds Issued by the state or George T. (Pete) Wright..Shan> +:,' ment return and the national
n man
any of Its political subdivision While this U second Class Pgta-r.. .: =PIoI1da minimum hourly wag*.* he said.
only one firm. similar actions by other bond 0a.II. "Th mot affluent> farms In the

house could have a profound effect on th states surs Outside uwanne Stiwaftne* County .I nation are show place* supported
County "00
economy. ALL BUBSI 1UPT_ Ns =prnhts In 4'P ft- by their owner from their ta-

Whose purpose would It serve to have a tomes to the profectoni, business

mouthful of civil right and no breads If &Industry. Fmmah declared BANK
.. .a.LZMBEfl OP "It they want to spend money on -r..
.. The path to equal opportunity Mr President fanning a* a hobby thafa fine .,ww

:means) not only voting right, but education an4 1 FioriJart6.AUori.OoaChamber but It U tenamly: not rrpmntaUve OF LIVE OAK
I .
w' Job/;' 8twANNd l'Ovtttt t4 farming% a* an oceupaTr -
? '
We are not dealing her with a foreign power' "It# Uoft,. '---.:.- LIVE OAK.) FLORIDA

Intent on om-throwing democracy. Alabama I* : *t QftWUNttrc a.

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6 ?' I, trots on tobacco. If passed by the I Increase of about 46 per cent. The lance In the market place with continue to cut our acreage and started planting, and there simply -
'I FromWashington' Senate tobacco growers will not 1984 crop was five per cent larger only some two to three per cent poundage because some area are U not enough Urn to put this
Lr Reports only be subject to acreage controlsbut than the 1954 crop, although the being purchased by Stabilisation not producing for the market. I law into effect this season. This
:. ::: ':jl to the amount of poundage acreage used In 1984 was 40 per while third or better of the crop do not feel that this program aspect U moat unfair to our
'.'. they can raise on those acres a* cent less than In 1954. in some sections la purchased by meet the basic problem of Inferior farmers.
,\ ,. 11.: I; Tobacco exports to other lands Stabilisation. quality tobacco. Some of I
well.We The problem needs to be met
i t" > have been steadily declining our farmers who have the highest

: recognize\ fun weD the problems percentage In opposing this bill I pointedout In the market place by penallxiing J
wise, while stock In Stabilisation poundage have also traditionally ,

which our tobacco Industry to the House Agriculture Committee these low quality varieties and :.
\ : ... DON I* having. While flue cured tobacco have been rising and on the House floor raised the highest quality lef.' not the high quality leaf that we j.
"". > 1 By FUQUAU. yields averaged only 1,509 I strongly opposed this bill because that our farmers desire to be A referendum of grower ls have been producing. In any program
.. \ S. Congressman pounds per acre In 1954-68. the it unfairly discriminates treated as a separate variety. We necessary before this become our farmer want to be I
.,.. : ... (.. i.., : yield Increased an average of against Florida tobacco growers. are raising the tobacco which the law. I pointed out to the House treated as a separate variety and 'I
2,203 pounds an acre In 1984. an I Our tobacco has met ready accep- buyer want, and it 1* unfair ton that our farmers have already with good reason. '
President Propose New Bill I 'I'
The President has lent to the f l l I
Congress a bill which would drastlcalir i'
alter the election process I'j
in this nation. Floridians believe
in the right of people to vote and
the state U not basically affectedby .co 1 q4A

1U provision The bill would k % ,j
affect seven states Alabama
Mississippi. Louisiana South Car.
o ollna. Georgia. Virginia and<
Alaska. It also hits 34 counties
North Carolina and one each in
e ArIzona Idaho and Maine.In COSTUME ft tTA -
f general, the bill would eliminate ( .
>! literacy or other tests used \ .
t to register voters in a state where JEWELRY \ .
less than SO per cent of those of
I voting age were registered to vote
Big Value
or were voting in 1964.
I Serious constitutional question You'll find necklaces, n
see involved which a number of

jurists and legislators are very earrings, pins with a -. 1
much concerned about. It presumes }
guilt because a certain real "precious" I look.
number of persons did not vote '
Areas brought under the bill are Select now from a fabulous tJ
required to prove in federal court
in the District of Columbia that collection. Shop "' 4 l_I '
they have not discriminated for
the past ten years. This U an ex early for this buy A '
post facto provision which the a

Constitution prohibits, such laws rte..:"
making a past act a crime although -
not a crime when com ,. :4. ,
This bill 1s now before the Judiciary +'
Committee of the House .
and as testimony has revealed rI j :. I1 I

there are already 16 federal lawson *li, ,e4t
the books to protect voting 0- .
rights six criminal and ten
civil including laws to protect
voting lights of minorities) enact
ed In 1997. in ISO, and in 19<4.
In Selma. Alabama for exam- : ADDED ATTRACTIONS FOR
pie where we have seen a rash
of demonstrations there 1s court
action pending. The county in
which Setma 1s located is under a
federal court order to register at e&stx)

who next can and write by the p .

The point needs to be emphs.
stud that there are ample lawson .
the books today to see thai
American cltlsens have the Hint
to vote. We were told Jut year I
that, with the passage of the Civil:
Rights Act demonstrations would t4.
move off the streets and Into the
courts. This has not been done
I sincerely hope that Congress
ls going to carefully consider all
of the ramifications of this teiut .
lation which has been so hurried
ly: Introduced we favor .orrwiUnfInjustice .

but we also believe In t ." ...........*.. '
the rights of the states. to control EASTER Hw .-', -' -,
their elections a* provided In the
Constitution. It such state violate
the right of 'any man to vote, who HANDBAGS
Is qualified, then statutes already
exist and redress to the courts Is
their right.It M.",'51,1..,
U said that the courts move
Straw, calf, patents
too slowly. The fact Is that the
1964 Civil: Rights Act provided for mock
-k.JI..r"'! You Ml
a special three-judge court to '
hear voting rights suits. It requested '+ a e find wonderful handbag i I
by the Attorney General.
The decisions of this court are '
value alullng( new
Immediately appealable to th: Supreme /
Court bypassing the circuit 1 ,k, hap.., In the latent
and appellate courts. Over / "
'70 such suits have been pressed 0, o : colon. Hurry on In for
by the Justice Department under
present law. r i i ; s best selection.!
I hope that we will are the day r t
arm \ ;
ase res. ;
when we get these matter off the
C11t.Wrappl" Free)
streets and Into the courts, where .7
they belong.
Medical Care For The Aged -
Medical can for the aged U a .
highly/ controversial Issue facing

the Congms this year The Administration ,'1'iJ
has mad this program .
popularly called Medicare
one of the main objective of the GLOVES ATSAVINGS
end Tuesday
current session on
of this week K was voted out ef
the Way and Mean Committee. a
One .f the buts drawbacks of
Medicare *s that It Is not baaed.. MAIT .Colon I
on need. We are an aware of the
problem which our elder dUsen Br MK.r*..."
have In meeting their medical
bills but not all of them hare this j Com ee three beauties, ,
problem. A new payroll tax would EASTER SONNET
be levied" In addition to. Social Security I look at the price tag and
and an would benefit re-
gardleM of their need. The to* coop up handful! Double-
would be astrono yes iL I I kg .
cottons In dreuy
The proposal provtdea atea that ,
Insurance can be purctuuwd tat
chortle' claaale style.
other iaedl al expenaw which
would be an additional cart en
tope* the Ux.
A second proposal whkh has ,

can xmch Introduced support to as termed the lUrtong Elder WE'VE BLOSSOMED OUT WITH BEAUTIFUL BUYS! !II

Curtis BUt n would providetontos
to the state U pwrfcaae:
private medical Ineuranc. for the

..... Recipient 'would haw a*> You Can Count on Uc Fashion Coeti No More at Fleet
atstanc based on their Individual
need*, and they .wo M pay part './
none. er an ef the preaUuai eaet..
depending > pan. their tarns** ... :
Ofrrtoasiy It* cU t* the taxpayer '

would to awn last :
.:t ; ,,
keBeve that any procraa '
"--.II i
adopted abowld be kMnieai teed .'
and should take int* ceMSdrraUea ....

erteaa the hrsaPlRTbbacco heavy eau t* the As : -

Aetvaiw: ........ 8 w a i .
Controls -Tfaw He.. ha passed :11. 4 / '
abtnwhkHI atrvngty eppoead

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And Activities From Funeral Services s1r

TIIEN For Sal Real
*- Estate

FURNISHED Two bedroom

home and 2 acres near Dow-
Br ROY SULLIVAN. Director For J. R. MillsFuneral ling Park and Suwannee at,.

Men's Softball season opened Church at 7.30: and Suwannee services for James Ra er 3000.
this past Friday with two games Funeal Home against North Fla leigh Mills lifetime resident of HELP WANTED FOR SALE I Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

played. The opening game of the Telephone at 0.15.: Gamea for Suwannee County, were held Friday RIVER
season found Suwannee Funeral April 13 are Life of Oa. versus BOATS with live well 12 ft. REALTY
April 2. at 3:00: pm. In the SALES REPRESENTATIVEWANTED
Home on the short end of the I :North Fla. Telephone at 7:30: and Tiger Lake Baptist Church. The LITTLE ADS Metropolitan Life 15495. Life jackets adult's,i 407 Dowllng St.
score against Advent Christian Advent Christian Church against 83.93. children's: 83.25. Life Farm Bureau Bldg.
Rev. W. T Newsome and the Rev has opening for salesman In
Church ( to 2. Rutledge hit a Suwannee Funeral Home at 9:15.: W. I. Wood conducted the services BIG RESULTS this area. Starting salary open cushions from $2.11 to $4.118.I Phone 363-1326

round tripper for Advent. All boys wanting to play baseball Burial was in the Tiger depending on sales experience Coast Guard approved. MACK'SSPORT WINSTON J. ROGERS. Realtor

North Florida Telephone fell by this season and are betweenthe Lake Cemetery with the James B. and qualification to $600 per SHOP. Phone 362- Specializing In Farm and Acreage

the wayside in their opening gameto ages of 8 and 16 should pick Daniels Funeral Home of Live BUT-SELL--EXCHANGE month. Complete training program 1305. Pdjj 43-47 Sales and Loans
a strong Life of Georgia Insurance registration forms at the Recreation
up Oak In charge of arrangements and 21 ott
Insurance Program
FOR SALE One Bay filly,
team by the score of 12 Center between 4 and 6 Whatever the purpose TOO will
Mr. Mills was born July 1, Retirement Program. Contact months old. should mature to<
to 0. Bonds hit a home round for p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 to 1873 and farmer In Su find Democrat classifieds do FOR SALE My small rural
was a 601 N. Pat small
Metropolitan LIfe about 13 hands, $125; one
store 8R-2S3
Life of Oa. Box score and standings 6 on Saturday. Coaches for I on (Lake city
pjn. He memberof the job quickly and well.
wannee Count was a terson St.. Valdosta, Oa. TeL Pinto gelding 5 years old, ridesand and Plnemount RdJ
will be a part of this report teams are still needed. Contact with 20acre.s
the Tiger Lake Baptist Church tf
243-0648. cart drives, excellent\ barrel
beginning with the next issue of Mr. Sullivan at the Center or call of land or ft acre of land
and the Woodmen of the World.
pony, $125. One 11 months old If desired.
this column. 363-1015 after 6 If are Mustbe Good location to
pm. you WAITRESSES WANTED expand
Survivors Include a daughter,
I DEADLINE FOR INSERTION quarter horse colt, very gentle.
Games for April 9 will find Life interested in helping in the boys Mrs. Llllia Mae Boone of Live over 21. Apply In person between $135. Call Evelyn Hunter at business. Would consider
of Oa. against Advent Christian baseball program.F. 5:0 FJM. Tuesdays the hours of 9-12 a.m. at selling Inventory and leasing
1 Oak: three sons, J. B. Mills and 362-2832 after 5 p.m. pfh 41
T. A., a high school group, Earl Mills, both of Live Oak, and Holiday Inn Restaurant, Lake: building. Call 363-1039 after 8
will sponsor a dance this Saturday I Carl Mills Montebello. Calif.; 10 LOW RATE FOR RESULTS City. caej tf FOR BALE12' boat and 6 ft hp pjn. L. F. Stansel. Rt. I, Well.

DO YOU HAVE AN night from rafolc: : pjn. I grandchildren and. four great Sea King motor $110. Phone born. Fla. oath 47
Alcohol Problem? The r Is open grandchildren.Active IVt cents per word with a Start a Rawlelgh Business Real 362-1360 after 4 pjn. paJJ 47 FARM FOR SALE: Eighty-acre
opportunity now for permanent, :
every Friday and Saturday night I pallbearers were Curtis minimum of U.... farm: five
profitable work in S. Madison FOR SALE Fence 1 rooms, one bath
We now have in Live Oakan for record dancing or game time
McCullers. J. D. Williams, Fred house
AA Group ready to whenever a sponsored dance III I Allison (All classifieds mint be paid In Co. or B. Columbia Co. Bee or ID. lOc: 10 Ibs. 85c: 100 lbs, ; pecan trees; tobacco
Ottls Clyde barn 14
McLeod. Brown ;
acre allotment
write John W Snider. Rt. 1, $8.30. Cundiff Bros. Phone 363 : small
not held. The Center stays
help open I and Harvey Hastln,. advance.) Mayo write Rawlelgh FA B lake: four miles cast of Live Oak
2734. Pdjj 47-51
you.WRITE until 9 pm. but will stay open
Honorary pallbearers were on Fowler Road; $13000
251 29, Memphis Tenn. -
later should enough interest be I Spivey McLeod. Clyde Harrell, ONE WEEK FREE pacf 47 FOR SALE Duroo male hog 2 W. S. Bozeman 2933 Washing

P. O. Box 591, shown. I Leo Ross. Eldls Home. George years old, registered stock. Sell ton Road West Palm Beach.
LIVE OAK Burnham. Duke MeCalllster, La- Classifieds ordered for five WANTED: Settled lady to live In at market value or trade; two Florida pfdj 47-51

OR CONTACT YOUR Farm Bureau Will vaughn Sessions Raymond Har- weeks, inn the Ut week free. and help care for Invalid. Room small males 3 months old. registered .

Physician Minister dee Julian Robinson, and Ira $4.00 will pay for a 28 word and board plus small salary stack Call 363-1713, FOR SALE:
or Hear Charles Rabb Horne. advertisement for five weeks. Phone 382-2657. cajj 47 A. M. PrItchard Rt. I, Well Brick veneer home located Sherwood .

The county Farm Bureau lecture born. paab 47 Forest 3 bedrooms. 1 and
Use Snwannee Democrat Clawdfleds l J4 baths, electric
heat age 3
for the month will be given FOR SALEFOR
by Charles Babb of the Ross Allen Council for Proven Results FOR SALE Boxwoods, both years small down payment
USE Reptile Institute, tonight (Thurs- Nursing large and small at the right price 15000. P. H. A. finance
BALE 1 50 John Deere price. 406 E Duval St. J. D. available to qualified
day) at 8:00 p.m. in the Friend buyer.
Met tractor, good condition, tiller, Bailey ccjj 4749MISCELLANEOUS
ship Baptist Church. ThursdayThe FOR RENTA
FUCO and fertilizer distributor; 1-row 4 bedroom
home 2
Along with the lecture Babb will baths living
give a demonstration with live Suwannee County Home nice house for sale and a nice 40 John Deere tractor: 1953 room dining room, kitchen
3/4-ton OMC truck:, 4-speed .
Council met good location
Nursing Advisory known
Brand snakes 2-bedroom place for rent. Call as the
at the Big Dixie Restaurant transmission; and 1955 3/4-ton "Dr. Price Home"
The suggestion for the lecture Thursday 363-2935 or 963-3743. cajj tf price now
Chevrolet truck. Fuco Chemical -
In Live Oak. Mrs. Louise reduced to
topic came from Miss Lottie Ool- $13.600, terms can
InsecticideFOR latscheck: of Wellborn. : McKelthen. president, presidedover FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Co. 363-2093. cue U FARMERS be arranged

the meeting homes Plenty of room. Nice FOR SALE 1957 Twilight mobile MONET at for your farm operations
Daniel Webster worked his way Mrs. Joe Davis reported the and clean. Good well water. home house trailer. 8' x 35', to fit your needs. Loans cost. Terms up to t bedroom home two baths, nice

BEST RESULTS through Dartmouth as a part- mattress covers that were ordered Lake for fishing and swimming $800. See James Severance, 7 years Call North Florida Production tot ",110O, cash.
time reporter for a weekly news had come. The covers will be used Morgan's Trailer Park:, US BO Branford. Fla. Phone 935-2581 Cl'edIAun.. S. Ohio
paper. on the hospital beds in the loan West Live Oak.: Florida Phone or 935-2281. pdjj 46-50 Ave. Live Oak. TeL 363-S588. PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
closet. The loan closet, located in 363-3010. Pcfdj 19-19 e abaft 404 S. Ohio Are.
McAlpin serves residents of Su FOR BALE Used Tires and Live Oak Florida

wannee County. At this time the FOR RENT 2-bedroom un- Tubes. Bargains for cars, VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. c tf
closet is badly in need of wheel furnished house Phone 363- trucks tractors All sizes avail Machine machineless. and cold

AllisChalmersSALES chairs, walkers, and bed tables 1881 or 362.1681. call tt able. Some like new. Hundreds wave permanent given. .Operators

Anyone that has this equipmentfor FOR RENT 2 stores, available to pick from. Barber's Service Annie H. Mills, Myrtle FOR SALE OR RENT- Price Includes .

loan It would be greatly appreciated April 1, at 226-337 W. HowardSt. Station. O'Brien. 9353535. Also Mills, and Mary Drew refrigerator stove, heater

and SERVICEIN and could be taken care the former W. I. Gamer available through your neighborhood Boatrlght Manicurist Ruby drapes. First $300 for equity.
of by the council. service station from Phone 363-3686. cbjj 46-47
stores. Contact J. D Henry Sanford at Annie's each Thursday
THE LIVE OAK AREA Mrs. O. B McLean, county 362-3110 for information. Barber's Tire Service whole- Friday, and Saturday.
health nurse, discussed! the Medical 46-47 sale division. cadj tf
Self Help program being offered -
We Repair Any Make Model Tractor in Buwannee County and FOR RENT Unfurnished, two FOR BALE 1 small riding mar AVAILABLE:
or stressed the need for at least one bedroom house on Helvenston gentle for children $15; one For Information can or see:

(Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver), person In each family taking this Ave., located next to Red & Guernsey heifer springing ANY TYPE PAUL A. BYRD
course. She told the group that White Oroce,,. Call 362-3349 $100; phone 362-2470 cajj 47 MEMORIALWORK 406 S. Ohio Ave.

-ALL WORK GUARANTEED this courses Is one offered.of the best first-aid after 6 p.m. pcjj 47-49 FOR SALE New and used Q Live Phone Oak 362-1389 Florida

pianos. Frier Music Co. North
Mrs Marilyn Brothers new FOR RENT Furnished apartment e&l
with one bedroom, small Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 363-2188. DONE
Leo Dunnam Suwannee County Health nurse,
Building sitting room, dining room electrt call U
was Introduced Mrs. Brothers will FOR BALE: House and JotliD'
ktuttn .and privet lie"' Marble Bronze
lie working part Mm In Buwannee ron BALE All sizes of tar
(Mayo R4 Across 'rem HIr1I"Mill) County. 608 E. Duval St. Phone 363- Phono 362-3333 i: 300 on a Walker Ave.J. .
paufflna. guaranteed not to leak it
0. Cannon at Cannon
1683. 47
Phone 362.3222 paJJ Ottls Brown Motors edJJ U LIVE OAKMONUMENT Wolt Lumber Co. Phone 363-

BAKING FOR FOR RENT 3-bedroom house : tf
1417. cajj
FOR' SALE One U John Deere CO.
Birthdays Parties 8. Suwannee Ave. Call Paul
And on
tractor and an equipment including Homer
Landen Tractor WeddingsHOT A. Byrd 362-1389 or 362-1387. Sanford R.p.
Co. eaU tf power saw. Bargain TRAILER OWNERS
DONUTS ALL DAY price. Call 363-3935 or 963- LOTS FOR SALE


Bawannee Ave. 111If -"" WANTED FOR BALE: Poulan and Pioneer Child care by day or week OUTSIDE CITY (but close In

chain saws, parts and service Monday thru Friday PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
..m. $:JO ,.an. 404 & Ohio Ave.
WANTED Donations of wheel Logging supplies! hooks, clamps,
chairs walkers, crutches, sickroom bows, bar., and chains. Repairfor 813 8. Ohio Ave Live Oak Florida

supplies for use In the most snap gasoline engines cfbe 43-47 Phone 342-1389

County Loan Closet. Please call Tyre's Saw Engine: Service, ctf
,.,, 362-1741 or Suwannee County formerly Electric: : Service Co. YOUR 8 I 10 PHOTO Hand
.; o cyyy
: Health Department 363-3708. 905 6th St. Tour small engine colored In oil. only $3. Offer

edjj 47-50 headquarters. eadJ tf expires May 30, 1965. Leave at
Hunter's Reran Store or see HORNE REALTY CORP.

; '. FOR SALE Frame house and Chas A. Taylor. Rt. 4. Box 186.
: 14' runabout trailer and 30 Phone H1-3393.: BRANCH OFFICE
For Sd*-Automotlr* psjcj 43-3 814 W. Dewari ....
hp Johnson motor. May be seen "
at 117 Van Burnt St. Call 363 INCOME: TAX RETURNS" !! GEORGE B. DEES
FOR SALE 18112 Volkswagen 3403. cajj tf Apr 11 Is deadline for films

-- --... 1110. PIne condition, radio. Income Ux. Let us prepare your AasetatsPlane.

SSk'I heater passenger reclining seat Spear runt diver's masks, swim return. Short and long forms 342-1 CSS
vent shades, good tires. Call flan Most anything for the man and business forms Browns

935-4011 Branford Fla. or woman that likes to dive or Bookkeeping Service. 735 WeDrr 71 ACRES
eajjtf swim. Picnic Baskets MACK'S Ave. pdjj 43-47 .CUT OVER WOODLAND'
SPORT SHOP Phone 363 About 13 Ulles From- the Oak
II LAWNS MOWED Edging, Price UJM, tafr .... Down
1305. pdjj) 43-47 Good Eair
Twms Oa BaUaos
weeding flower beds
.4 HELP WANTED general Why Not Plant same
,, MACK'S SPORT SHOP Phone yard work and other odd Job For Your Youngsterst Pine Trees

363-1305. Ztbco spinning reels Can Norman Corbett at Bran- -
WANTED First class carpenters and rods from 91.0 Fishing nan's Standard Station.! 3431324 .
at U. 8. Post Office In Live 20 ACRES
poles from 49e up. Paddles from pull 47-48 .
Oak. George K. Jensen contractor. About 13 MUM From Uv Oak
Inc. Apply at job. We an 8175 up. Rubber boots from I: Oood Livable Home-Good Water

r rI an equal opportunity employer, $3 85 pro UP. pdjj 43-47 For Sal*-R *J Estate Ill Mil* Off State Highway
$500 Down $M Per Month
call U FOR BALE: Portable Irrigation : : 8eU Or Trade
I system. 500 ft of 4 Inch; BOO ,FOR SALE! 4-room hove on
rI LADII' Boost your Income ft. of 3 Inch pipe. Can 776-1145. large Jot lOt McOhee, 8t 8e
Bell Luster Cosmetics. Call or TRAILER LOTS'
Arthur Hart
write Lucille Courtoy. Phone pdjj 4-47 pajj 47 Only Four Left With .....,City

793-5431 or Box 34. Jasper, PIGEONS: Young or breeding FOR SALE Three 'bedroom I Gas In Qty Limits

PIa. pdhj 4441WANTED pain. $1.50 pro In lor.... pro house one acre land, on paved ,: Exy-Terms

Iota For pets or squab breed- road. $..00. See! or write
Fun time beautician. Ing. Immediate shipment. Mannle Hires. Chkfland. Florida Line Several Oood Homes

Apply Ruby's Beauty Shop 318 KORDE8. 016 S. E. 3rd Are, or phone 493-4448. Xa The 83.004 to 8J04 Ran**
Pine A..., Live Oak. Fort Lauderdale Fla. pdjj 47-81 Terms Can Be Arrant On Most
Pbjj 48-47 .
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pddh 45-49

WANTED Short order cook at
FOR BALE Hswk automatic
If. A A W Drive In. Experience
tobacco .trtnftt. 8M. Jody
helpful but not necessary. Apply ?
Bam IU- 2L pbJj 46-47
to person. cajj U memo Cellerao Buyers:

FOR SALE 19M Ford' Super
o WANTED Lady to work soda
fountain at A ft W Drive In. Dexter tractor to excellent con' the FOREVER HOME i i9 for you and hind

Apply In person. call U dition. Less than 1 months old. every member of your femlyt This outstanding+ 1
Maybe seen at Suwtnnee Valley home is designed for maximum bvtns comforts

LPN or RN nurse for nursing Tractor Co. John V. PhOpot.M. and enjoyment at minimum cost IT1STHC BEST

home, keep Included. Phone or D. pfcJJ 44-47 VALUE FOR YOUR HOMEBUIIDWG DOLLAR]'

write Minnie Hires 4834448.Chlefland. FOR SALE: 140 Ford
witA'W StrreA.18hrt-
Florida pdjj 47l 5s053
Sedan. Good shape At a bar e .

Who ever heard of in economy tiger CURB HELP WANTED NOW. gait. Can 343-169*. tell ....

You dld-Juit now. It's called the Pontiac Tempest A zippy six that thrives on reo- Ages 18 to 40. Apply In person.A FOR BALE: 6 months old ZJG g0 -
111I WI Tnct W Drive In. cajj U
ular OM U standard equipment Feel more tigerish. and still went regular-oas economy ZAO. Makes hundreds of fancy:

? Pick the ZSfthp V-4 engine. The price? A trifle, as Bger go. took Into It POatittTlgtn) WANTED Waitress., Apply at stitches makes automatic but

COMa TO new cos rear.sis IMS .NIW a Jft Vi'KSiSIoVEtJS EiwC'*""*'****"**..,*MO ***- ** DUde! OrBL otij tfWAITRESS tonholee. srn on buttons. blind

t, hems, monograms embroiders 3.- Tee,fWvwr JfUJLMC ...R.d/.r j
WANTED Apply la dams, patches", eie. 85 cash

person at the Colonial BouseRestaurant. or 4 payments of 87JO. Write BAKim Uve
Oak. tla. 341.3884
: OTTO BROWN_ MOTORS Ida and 134. Mo Credit Ma ager. Suwanaee

t" ''I' '' 800 W. HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK FLA. phone oars ea1I U Democrat phbj" 44-47


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Revival Services Open wr..t S aopr .f Far Amtwor to ta. ..... A.t laatS. Ron, II Rut. ....... Ioull ......,. at.... HIs" ..1NRb.M '0'.' .f B.ital, .ft MM WlMIllfoot t JOMMI Ikorot*.
&"'".111! as ..k. Ptelnittf.! Au..,. P. 0. Bos 14"Coh. (:M..,. FlrIdsl .suol.i 1.11ass. 5151 ..l.. S 15...'.nW wM rltkSf-wo r tkraviktk Yo. sod _k .f ,w an bow., _.
At Pine Level WUIInm J. Wlnb.ra Jr, P. O. Bra ll:1 .... 1. ..... CaroJIaaPAUIJNE ., ran w logPARCEL 11,11 M/ I... tk* SB ..... WH *f NW .{ SMtkm 14. a4o4 to ... a.4 tpjwtr ta tk. ClrMllCaurt
Monday LIT. Oak. P 11d.. a.Adil. tk*> !.. .f MM NE<4 *4 ..IC,.. UMBM B ,......1. S ...... Ran*. IS Eaat.B fct aa4 for Coaatr.FlorWa .
Revival services at PIn. Level la tto .HIM of Hs Clark Ir' yk. Cleeult SLEET M Exontrit of tk. IYBotlBBhu ...u'n- W. .)MI MM SMtkkM ......a** C*...,. FhirMai MtitalnIm at tk. offlr:of Ik* Cass oftk
Conn of Ruw..w.'co PlorMa..ww Ita.... .. W* A. StaiR ././. WILLIS at a point, om lbs North 4rr HIST ( *. tkMM N .... ..... man .r i..*. .. Court .ta LI.. Oak, .......
Baptist Church will begin Monday WON April '.. .tli ...."*** tk. ALLEN BIEESV aWMB4Root 110....,. at Ik* BW" ., SotttoaIT. 111* if" W lit*.:* lost to UP Cwmp, Fl........ M tk* ISIS day .. .
April 12. art 7:30 pxu. and .. ......... .( uM Complaint will to 1, Bos I* *V_ T....... 4 ....... Roar* II .1.l t .( .........*. MM* Wlmto .. PARCEL :XIBMl Aarll 1141, to. ...... wkal robs Mil
night. IB*. P. _f...... 0...... rbrM.CLXOPRIM Rut, MM polal Wax N firt4- *M. ..*.....<..*. tkmtkIk ...l t SS volM, .5 tK* NartkMi4arr or tatoraat .o. or aar of roa .... orlatai
extend thru Saturday night. PaW ""* "" >. SWH of Bottlon. .. ta sod to la* ak*.* 4MHko4]
Rer. Charles Johnson U JIM. SILLS aa4 kU. vif. MM BW *. IkoBKo N It'll'tt- T._..,.. S awls. Rant. IS EMI ... Tow.ll.. lasts., Bonn II ._.. of load a.4 to .hour MHO war
The LAVAOGRM A. SESSIONS MARY SIEES E. slut said. Monk koBBdarr.. lit.I .- ...... Cw.I,. .......; _..,.. EM. MM point ..... N 51-..'.." lid ass (..... aot k* taboo for tk.
pastor of the church and the Rev. Clark. Court Rout* 1OMrwB fist tkMM 8 111411IMI.T4 E: ... .... N.. .... w .... a It! .II toot ,... tk* NW Mnwrof sow sod rurpw.s Ml torts In tk* Ml4Potllloa. I
."...- (:..*.. 1'1er14a tk. South. .... .
E. Poltlvent pastor of the FloridaB. fast M .rr MM taoa* N 1/ 11't1" To aro boo.bp rN.lwd Is
C (SEU.) of said! 5W11, taM point kolaf Sll'tflt" PARCEL IX E, alo*| MM Nortk' koiMarr III.l .- sip.. Herr? 0. 0..... h....... '
Midway Baptist Church at Perry 47-1* I. COU.INS. ... Ma. wife, W 11.11 fool from Ik ..,.... M S M4.* .. ">. ...* fish tkoM B IIMI'll" E till,. .r'. ai*....., wnoo* ....... t* ISO I
will serve as the evangelist for the IN THI CIRCUIT ELIZABETH COLLINSBraaford. SE: .... .. MM BW*. tkMM BH'll41" MDurr .1 Ik* NEM' SEt4 .( II fort to. .... SMtk ......rr afaM Boatk Mata. Mtnot P. O. ..* III. I
THIRD COURT or THE FloridaMoar W. .10.. ..hi BoBtkkoaadarr NK4 *} SMtfcxi IS. T:WMklpS / RWH. .aM ..I.. Mine S !... OolHMTlllo. Flerlrfa. a sit r of roarwrHUa .1/i /
,erle. of meeting services. STATE JUDICIAL Or CIRCUIT OP THE ( HIMratk) III.II fist IBMM N *.th, *.(. IS Rut said..1515. .. 1411W III,IS fMt ,... Ik* SRMn .*,..M* to. Ml4. Fotltloit' OB or ,
The Rev. Johnson this week ex. SUWANNEI FLOtmA, 1M AND FOa 115551 W Illl.IS fMl to tko I.. I ....'.... a II," fart IIeta .r ., MM, SWW. tkMM S kofoT Ih lltk 4ar of April IMS. aa4to
AT COUNTY. CII.DA LOON aa4 kU. ..II.. AMM Point of Botlaalaii .... .. .... NR ....... d .... NRs ..1IEs. Iflt'll- ..... MM SMtkkoMdwr. fit* :* orta-lml I of Mid wrHto* 4*>
tended an Invitation to the general LAW NO- LOU COON ....ft ..,... .,*.....,-... tkroatktho : ., 14114. ..._ I ..$555" .. 1411 fMfc tkaM N fmMo wlik tk. Clark .f .h. ..... c.....
public to attend the services.Jaycees EMINENT DOMAIN 0'...., Florida ... SWIG .. BMltaB IT. 'I......., 4Sowtk .1..1 said Na.i k..tMe, 111.11 5511'1/J w iiini list ISb.* WITNESS" .. kan4 .. Clash sad Ik.
Raa.o 14 Eaal. SUWBBBM task IL.. N 11.11'51" W 151.65 Foist of Boclmlntl .MM .... allfm .Ml of MM. CoBrt at LIT* 0... Suva.
i. W. BARRS JR.. sod kU. ..II.. c....., FtarMai .....1.1.. .... (_ to. .k* North .......... .1 ..... >l .M.. rllkk...-... tkroathla ... ea..... Florlaa, thl ta* Hal Mrof
,etI........ LENORA RARRSBnnford. taroa, BMT* M ..... NEM" .. SCH'" .1 NR<4. .. petal BWH of IW.,l ..
Sponsoring Florida Mi.. N ...ll'.tE 4M,It foul 1 booty. ......* II ...... .._...* loA V A tJQRN A. SEMIONSClork
OPAL MERCER SOT?' a wM<>.. PARCEL Y fr.. Ik* NW mmr .! MM N."Hf awl,. ...,..., _..1.1.* I I.I* .f Clnalt' Costa:
Contest SUM FINANCE LOAN COMPANY Too ..* "."". BotlfloJ tkat FLORIDA 1..1...... at a point oo tko Nortk.aM SEW W M.... lkM.. N !*.. Mr**. ....* or IOM.tn4 SEAL)
Scholarship S nrvonUon.. J. W. HARVARD. MJ POWER CORPORATION a orporatton. ......... ., l5.. 81' .. I...10. IS. ll'lf E, *|M. *.I4 Nwtk k.... 1p IJIII.. RadfoNT
have been mailed to kta .I'.. CORDEUA H. HARVARD. .... this oar flWd '.11.... I* tto OtraallCoart Ts..hlp 1 Iowtb Rapes 1Root.. Ill,It ,.... lbw. 15.'. for Ik* pirpoM ., ........ doom a.4 0.p.y Clark.
Letters MILDRED D.LONO ALEXANDER. (or ....._ eo..... Florida, polal total B It-ll'IT" W ll..." E; Ills fast to lbs Fatal .*.D.taf Mr ...*.. |I.M tkal ar* a4- / .1.
School seniors Invltlng M4 km k..l>M4. JOE( liEN ALEXAN. .., .....,
, Suwannee High ooalBC to oondomB an for It**,II f... front NE: of MMBE R / MM M.t IK4M4wi4
In a DEE. CELESTIA E. F1JCTCHER M rtat-of-war ,. watoa M *, ...... S 81'65'11" E H4.ltfMt. tiir
to participate rkiHrf.iir *>fk Ik*
rMrtllcii. ... L. FLRTCKER.k/. oalr.l ...r.J trBBomloaloBllaoa ..... B ll'lfll111,4* NEH .! SRH, .t HIs .. BMllaiIt.
Merit Scholarship contest sponsored MANNIE L. FLETCHER. .. ,..__. *nr Bad aaroa tto / fit to tk* Boat koBndarr of sold Tmkl S ...,... Rant. IIEut.
by the Florida Junior FLETCRER. kl. wtt. (CELESTIA trots at mad ta BBOTBBBO sCa.l BE*. tkMM B IlllE.:. .....* B.>MM* v...... riorUilMUtata
j. w. OAsTONr.TA.ihitointer .. Florida. 15.5111PARCEL MM Eaat .......,. lit" fMt ',11 ..... IM .
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Chamber of Commerce. .f .... K.Uto .f O. P. Mid. pot Isles N 5... .." W AlNT.UP TIME!
GREENS 4MM.W. HIRAM O. .!. .. ......
win be held on local I II fort r..11 of MM PARCEL X
This contest HV. .1./. H. O. HIBBV. (H4 kit ..If.. BorlnitlBf .. a point oa U* WlnoaadaiT SLY. tkoaM. N ..'...U.. W III Bflnl M s point Ik. WM
district and state-wide levels VIOLET A SISSY NORTH FLOR. .f tto SWH .t So.tlo* IT ...,. tkMM N iinrii" w .......rr .t Ik. W4.1 M NWS .. Come on out and let us help you select the paintor
deadline for local applications ID* PRODUCTION CREDIT ASHOCI.ATION. II. T_...... I .......... Boa.. II ..,." fMt to MM Nortk kmiBdarrof RMtlM 14, T.w.iM I. S .......
with the s F.4ml ....-..d MMVOT. Eaat. taM Mist. tola. B f I I'll"E SE*. tkMM* N It'll'*T" K, Ita... II E*... MM point *.).. varnish needed for your spring painting. We
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April 15. tlvt .., THE FEDERAL III,It foot from to.* MW ooraorof ..... aaM North ..*...rr. 14141 N flfll" W 1441 ,art fr..
wishing to participate LAND BANE OF COLUMBIA. Mr. MM ..W4.. Ikon** B UMI' foot I* lbs Point .. BoalBBlatlMm tk* BW ...**. ef ...I4 Wt4 ..1NW15. have the right color or texture for any painting job.
Seniors ....... ... "
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*. *>4 IC fool to tto ISIS toBB Slot S ... /_, wM rlfktofwar lkM. N ..1411* W, .! .
forms ... .* ......., to M Art .( c-... !
may secure application d.r1 oaM SW %. taM/ poml total tkro.ik* BE. f BoellonI saM k4rp. III II fMl.tkM .
chairman of MtltM Tk FMcrnl Ar. Le.. .... B ifU'lf W foot fromtto Towaakl 4 $.1b. Rant* 14EMi *Wi\\. 11'55" 1111151 fool
from Billy PAULINE RIEE8.' E..ria tk. SE ooraor of saN SW 15 Itoor .._....* ea.... FlorMaiMoUlalat t* lb. bib. kwi4rr W Mf Builders
the local Jsycee project. EiMto ., W. A. .11Ia:.. ././. WIL.US 8 111414" W nloar .Il So Utoaadarr .. .... ...., moro or .IM*. NWH. said he/.l :.W I Langford Supply
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R SIRES, CLEO. 1111 fool tnonoo N44MI441 ...u'.." W 4114 fMt tnm Ik.
CHRIS SIRES, ... ..,., MARY W ,.. foot t* aM PARCEL VI SR Mrm.r l MM' WH ef
RISES. R. J. COLLINS. ..4 kto _.. Wool ......rr. IBOBM N ..u'.." ........ at a ..,.. oa tko owl tkMW* B .* -IS" W. MMBiMlk IIIlvent..IL.8L fkMM Mt-ttt
Religious Film To ELISABETH CULUNS. OILDA W ..... said Wait ......... I**,U ......,. of tk. SE ., NE* ., ......,,,. IIIII ,.... (.......
LOON ... kb. ,H*. A MM A LOU fit to tto Polat .. ......I.I, t P... SMIHW '. Towaaklp ...... RunE N ll'll'tf W 11111 fMt I. tk.
He Shown Tuesday EOON J. W. BARMS. JR. M4 his. total s Ill-fool .... rteatof.nrtaroatk I* Ea.l. MM. potal kolaS fit'14"
was. LENOBA SALES.'isa'. .... SH ., Iwo and Illl It fwl from NW as.... of
The Live Oak Ministerial Alliance .. NWIa .! BWI4 of ...... It. MM. SE*, of NE:*. tkMM B It'll .
free movieat NOTICE 'IN EMINENT S So.lh, lasts II Ka.1.Bannao .." E tlll.ll foot .. tko Ea.l
Is sponsoring a DOMAIN' PROCEEDINGS Hoctlal ** of MMSootloB .
I .. I kMBdarp tk* *
the Allmar Theatre next Tues IN THE NAME OF .... ....., BMT er b.. .. IB BM l'.i:' ." E. Btaoc
of THE STATE OF FLORID taM ail kMBdarr. HI 4* !*...
day. April 13. entitled King T. All WkMt I* Mar C Mra ... T.' PARCEL It taM kola* N -"' W
Kings. polat Ra.1': 151 /4..1 from tko RE Mra.r ofMM
be shownat OPAL MERCER BUTTS s wWUwRwito ksIsry.1 Ito MS soul NIIi .. EH of SE*. IkMM N ..'.
This religious film will '. Sot IKLl SO.IBM I. T._.... S ....... Boat. U..." W Illl.II foot M Ik. WM
9:00 pjn. and the public is Invited Oak. ItcrMt It Ko.t oM plot tow. N 5..! If kooadarr of Mid EH of BE:*. Cross a Wildcat engine
W In..1 from la* .. *nwr UMBM N I'll'II* W, ibis aaMWM
to attend. BUN FINANCE A LOAN COMPANY, .twMH4NNW %, IS...* N4l ........ of EH af SE* .... I'
S .aspasd4.. .lt4W Illlll toot to Ik* Slow tald WM koandarr af SE*
5l. 11.._ $12.11X Cash ......rr.. ........ ....... of NE*. Ill II fool to Ik* Potat with Buick
m THE CIRCUIT OXWT or THE .... rlo.M.J. .(_._'. N....... Sakolotlon ., ........! .... ..... lit.foot a Special I
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND .... .... ....l tome N I'll'If* W .... ?likl-of-wt| tkronik tk* ,
FOR SOW AN NIC COUNTY: PU>RIDA. W. HARVARD sad .!. .v.. lit* fool from Ito SE oonwr ofaaM SE* .. Nf* Bad tko EH of HE*. ..
QuieTNT1TLi CORDELIA H. HARVARD .......... Ills Ikonoo N .MtlM '. T.WB.kl 4 SMtk. ,...
SUIT TO t.4 .........* A.... fll'14- along oaM Eaal toaa. II tool .._._ c....,. Ftor. and what do you get?
OTT1S KIIOW ... hfc ...... LI U.S. ,.... don. 111.11.n, toon** B 44*. loot ooalatataf. ..II ...... moro ,
ELVA BROWN.Plamlttfl. 14-44 E Illl* foot t. aM Eo t M lot*.
MILDRED DtLONQ AUXANDER.w4 ......rr of N H .. N W ". ttono
... .has kukMrf." JOB BEN ALEXANDER S s..!..." E ._. BBM E..I ooa.darr .. PABCFI. VII
JAMES ROWDTREE .*. al. IIS It foot to .... Point .. RoitaBm* at Ik* NW Mraor .f tk*
rtofoadoat A-'te. ..hoop Boa-B ..ln.t oam Wlota Ill ootol I I* of ....... It., IBMtk.
NOTICE TO DEFEND A.P.O. .t4 *. riikl-of'wor IkKoaik tto NH Boat* II Eaat. IBOBM N
IN THE NAME Or /s PMlMMtotM .1 N W %, 1.. PI.isd. Pssw .4.r. 1/11111" 5. aU.Ik* Nortk km*.
THE STATE or rw>RroA .w T... N.. Y rkCELESTtA Nowln Nh.I.I4.. 4M ..'" .. ...4 SK.. 11 lot, A with 9 lives
TO THE DEFENDANTS JAMES c1Eaa.: :. T w..hlp P lastb.' Is-ow IkonM S 1II'tl" B Illlll foot car
ROUNDTBEEl RICHARD ROUXO- E. FIETCHIR. M ctwr. .. ..s.... c....,. Plwrldsl to tko SMtk koBBdarp .. tko WH
Tau: ... Ill* .,,. CHARLOTTE .... ., M. ... riJCTfHIR.k/. aaojtatataf 4II ...... a,ora or ..... .. IRs of SR* .. MI4. MMIH.B,
ROlfNDTREBf BENJAMIN N. BIO- MANNIE U FtETCHtR. .. tr.mM aaM point Moot B Iftflf W. businesslike
HAM ... kl.* .U. MART J. HIOHAMl ..*|. ..4 M* wtf, CEUJIT1AFLETCHER PARCEL HIBorlnnlnf S.III foot from tko IR Mraor ofoaM and a very purr.
MRS. M. J, RlCHAMl BBS D al a point on Ik* Wool WH of SRH of BE* UMBMB
IIYRD M.Ah.>... F...... ......,, .. Ito SW H .. Ito SW H ll'SI'lt" W .1..5 saws! SMU
Aa4. Ml Alt. BBaaawo SUMH ., taM of SB H of ...._ II. T....... I .......". Hill lot IBMM N
..... ..... Yawl! ..,-.... J. W. OASTOW.! M ............. .t Sonik.. Boar* 'I Boot aM pomlkola 1111'II" W II4T." fart to Ik*
A.' Ml All r.rUot .1aIIa... mtoroaUkr. .k. ta:...... W 0. F. GREENS ........ B 111'I*" R 411 I* foil tnm WM kooodarr. of MM BE*, IBMMM '
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Engagement Announced Stokes-Hunter [Miss Linda Lou Howell Mrs. Zinober, Baptist Junior Choir On ProgramThe

(9f g.mieltedi f > Rites Woman's Club of Live Oak door prize.
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met Friday The meeting was presided over
I' but wedding
In a quiet Impressive
... ceremony Miss Mary Evelyn Duval Street for their April by Mrs. Smuts.
luncheon and business meeting.
I Stokes and William Ralford Hostesses were Mrs. Harley
Mrs. B. L. Brinkman presented
Hunter Jr.. of Lake City were Mrs. Wm. R. Slaughter, directorof Brown, chairman Mrs. N. J. Bls-
united In In the
marriage presenceof
the Baptist Church Junior pham. Miss Bernice Baker, Mrs.Joe .
relatives and close friends.March
Choir, who In turn presented the Sharples Mrs E. Bardin
fifteenth, In the First
who three selections. Hunter, Mrs. Terrell Putch. Mrs.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor choir sang
Presbyterian Church of this city
Mrs. M. R. Zinober, teacher of Ed Howland, Mrs. Roy Hunter.
with the Rev. Jim Walkup officiating.
English. Speech, and Humanities Mrs. Herbert Rees, Mrs. Clayton

Miss Robinson Feted Miss Hall Feted The. bride is the daughter of at Suwannee High School was Bass, and Mrs. Hal Fletcher.
to the club by Mrs.
With Surprise Party With Bridal Shower Mrs. Julia Bryson Stokes and the Brinkman.presented Mrs.Zinober explainedthe

Miss Nancy Robinson honored Miss Donna Hall, bride-elect, late The Raymond E.Is Stokes the son of of this Mr Humanities Course and

Miss Jeanette Brannan with a was honored with a bridal showeron and city.Mrs. groom William Raiford Hunter stressed the importance of the Here and There
surprise birthday party at the course. ,
March twenty-fifth at
Elks Club In the ball room, Sat- Sr., of Lake City. !d the Invocation
home of Mrs. J. W, Bland withMrs. Mrs. H. B. Wooley gave
attendant wa?
The bride's only 11
f Mr. and Marl Leon Moses of
April third. luncheon music was
urday and
Joe Sherard, Mrs Perry Miss Lynda Butler of Jacksonville. Oa.
A pink and white color motif I Cleveland furnished by Mrs. Brinkman and Statesboro. and children.
accented with mint green was I Lashley, and Mrs.. Robert A. Oroff Jr., served the Mrs. Slaughter.Mrs. Leon Jr., and Dale, will spend this
Lashley as hostesses.Refreshment's groom as best man. week end with Mrs. Moses' mother -
used to decorate. V. J. Smuts, president
were served during Miss Stokes wore a two piece Mrs. George Dexter
The tables placed around the I will attend the convention to be
afternoon of punch cakemints street length dress.
the white lace
with 19-23. Mrs. Boiwy Jernlgan and children
ball room were held In Hollywood: on April
and other party foods. Mr and Mrs. Hunter spent two -
white cloths and centered with a Mrs. Joe Davis will be a club Jeff and Julie Ann. of.Sanford -
pink candle, garlands of ivy extended I The gifts were displayed on a weeks In South Florida for their delegate and Mrs. Claude Vice will arrive Saturday to
down the tables. table overlaid with a white cloth. honeymoon. Jr.. alternate. spend a week with Mrs. Jerni-

Palma were placed on either Present with Mrs. Bland, the Mrs. Hunter graduated School In from 1961 Mrs. W R. Hill, senior District ,an'; mother, Mrs. George Dex-
side of the band stand with silver hostesses and the honoree were Suwannee High Director, was introduced and ter, and Mr. Jernlgan'a parents,
stars on the wall back of the Mrs. I. A. Hall, mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Arils A. Golden and Mr Hunter from Columbia spoke to the club on the crime Mr. and Mrs. W M. Jernlgan.
stand. On the piano was a silver bride-elect, Mrs. Paul Chauncey announce the engagement and High School In 1955, attended Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Howell. prevention film "Riddle Of The Mr. Jernlgan will Join them Easter -
urn of white mums and gladioli Sr., mother of the bride-groom approaching marriage of tbelr North Florida Junior College, Wellborn, have announced the Friendly Stranger". The Women's week: end. lie win spend next
accented with pink. Clusters of elect Mrs. Fid Martin, Mrs daughter France Yvonne, to Madison and Florida State University engagement of their daughter. Clubs of Suwannee County are week In Nashville Tenn.. attending -
pink and green balloons attachedto Llllie Mae Roberts, Mrs. Louie Edward Harris Forti con of T. Tallahassee. Linda Lou, to DarIN Sherwood purchasing this film. a national vocational rehabilitation -
streamers hung from the room Bozeman, Mrs. Pat Nobles Mrs J. Fore of KUtlmmte. Mr. Hunter Is employed with Muigrove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. P. Leigh received the meeting
cel11n,. J. B. Howell. Mrs. J. B. Cannon The wedding will take placein Hunter Motor Company and Service A. V. Mnigrove, Live Oak.
The cake table was covered witha Mrs Olenda Roberta, Mrs. D. E. the near future Station In Lake City and Miss Howell a native 01 Well-
Mrs. Hunter with J. W Bryson,, born, graduated from Suwannee
white lace cloth over a mint Truluck, Mrs. Juanlta OTUra.
lawyer, and Dr. R. L. Brinkman,, School In 19(4. She U
green linen cloth. Centering the Mrs. Jordan, and Mrs. James C. High
Donald' Boatright On veterinarian. presently! employed by Luerdon
birth- Bell.
table was the three tiered .
day cake Iced in white and deco- Junior Club ProgramThe Industrie Inc. Lake City TWO
Mr. Mnsgrove, a native of
rated with pink rose buds. On table. I'lan
either side were crystal compotesof Assisting Miss Robinson were Live Oak Junior Woman'sClub Young People Live Oak, graduated from Su
buds and net poufs.At will meet Thursday night, Sunday ServicesThe wannee High School In 1984.He .
pink rose Miss Marsha Bird, Miss Sandy
the end of the table was a Hurst, Miss Clydle Mae Brannan April 8. for their covered dish youth classes of O'Brien ls presently employed by
crystal candelabra with pink Miss Libby Brorsen and Mils supper and business meeting. Methodist Church are conducting Wlnn-Dlsle. Inc. Lake City YOU'VE
tapers. Karen Cordes of Connersville, Mrs. Bill Howland. chairmanof services each Sunday evening at The wedding will be tolemnlied -
The punch table was overlaid the American Home Life ,department seventhirty.The at the Live Oak Church
with a green cloth and at each Ind.Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. will be In charge of the services are planned and of Christ May first at seven-

end were the crystal punch bowls. Crleg Lamb Mrs. Clyde Brannan, program and will present Donald carried out by the young people. thirty In the evening1.
Silver trays of assorted sandwiches Mrs. 8. L. Bird, and Mrs. NleH! Boatright. who will show a film Any young person Interested In All friends and relative are ALWAYS
and potato chips were on the Brorsen.! "Color Newsreel" and will discuss, participating In this program is Invited to attend the wedding L
painting and decorating welcome to join. and reception which fellows at

Mrs Al Wilson, club president, Adults are Invited to attend and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis -
urges all members to attend. their attendance will be greatly L. llarrell, 1M4 Westmore
WE OFFER THESE SERVICES TO appreciated by the young people. land Avenue WANTED

Mia Virginia Wells Is the
Pamela Kay Howard pianist and Mrs. Vera Rlckerson
William Stewart
1. Free Ampule Storage for Graduates ,of the NOBA Mr and Mrs Johnny Howardof assists the choir., 1
Artificial Fernandina Beach announcesthe Dr. and Mrs. William C. Stewart -
Breeding School Who Inseminate Their Own
Cows. birth of a baby girl In the of Ames, Iowa announce the
2. Free Microscopic Evaluation Humphries Memorial Hospital, Gloves With Allure birth of a son March twenty f IEACH
3. Year-round Artificial Breeding March 18. In the ultrafemlnkM trend In fifth at an Ames hospital.

CALL The baby has .been named spring fashions, gloves have not The baby weighed 7 lbs 3% oa.., ELECTRIC KNifEYou'
Pamela Kay been overlooked. far and has been named William
Many are be an expert the
F. A. MCMILLANPh. Mrs. Howard will be remem more ornate than In past seasons, Bradford Stewart. ; first time you use it Make
362.2981 bered as Miss Betty Zell Drawdyof with embroidered, straw, and rib Dr. and Mrs. Stewart were accurate
even slices of
O'Brien. bon cuffs. former residents of this city He
was with the Hog Cholera Research meat, poultry, cake,
Station. cheese., and all you do U

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cue blends and sheerest wools. X>e- Muggs and SkoeterWEEKLY I

HOMEMAKING IIIGIILIGIITS cron crepe with a twin wear is I ___ __ _
light and packable. Mossy Arnel g uNrHlluagAl laic TAKING .AND 11R dor 10HEV
F 111 crepes with a lustrous "satin' ,How... 'HEw &m FOR ADuITS HER WITH $4ER
fact are available plain or print COME ON OUT 6RAhJDAAa WHAT? FAMIUARIIST10lrI HOMEWORK)
MISS IDA JO HARRISON ed.Spring /WD PUYfv I OVER ATSOa0L." rllcachvillc
Home Demonstration Agent presents the classics In
smoother, more subtly surfaced
ERBHIP SCHOOL HELD Interesting and exciting fabrics textures. Twill weaves. In fine
[ HOW to care for various types to choose from. Some of the highlights line versions, rate high In cottons, I
: furniture was the topic of dla- of 1985 spring' fabrics In. silks, wools, and numerous blends. I ift..XEGOTTOEtiii
It along with a demonstraan elude: Stressed are gabardine whipcord,
an Extension Leadership Sculptured And Dimensional cavalry twin and flannel In ad.
I last Tuesday. The ladles Fabrics Their relief effects dltion to herringbone .and tweed
cipsUng In this program achieved through printing weavIng variations. The perennial appealof j
.ere: from the Antioch Club, stitching, embossing or lam. \linen In pure flax plus many
|r5 Lillian Ellis and Mrs. MorMlUer mating and offer top fashion news. i new fibers and blends will be seen r
; Lady land Club, Mrs Many of these fabrics because of In various weights,, In fine to
f J. George and Mrs. M M their railed puffed quality give I coarse textures. Honan new this
e; Fine Grove Club Mrs. Katie the effect of being quilted, a moat season In Ante!, and shantung
s _nnon and Mrs. T. P Delega, desired attribute this season. provide the background for many
osemary Club Mrs. Ira Bight Novelty piques, cloques and mate. of the season's best prints. LIVESTOCK RETORT I
id Mrs. Esther Christen; and lasses, both Imported and domestic Exciting novelty knits In a va.
f ellborn Club Mrs Stuart Smith anticipate an outstanding rimy of new stitches and new fiber or THE
lOne of the topics for considersIn season In deeply caned abstract mixtures create unusual surface Suwannce Livestock MarketTrading Rev P. E. Day filled his ap daughter of Jacksonville were
(0 was "How To Care For Plas- block crinkled, floral and paisley effects of great Interest Knits Valley polntment here Sunday had good guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Jcs". Plastic has been used for motifs. Heavy and deeply cut may be straw-like or linen-like inraschel service and we were glad to have Adklns and Mr and Mrs. B. E
fme time for a soft covering for ottoman evenly spaced or trregu hand-crocheted chenille was active and the demand calves were 'I1U5-IU.; utility some visitors Spooner, last week end.
1. lairs and sofas. More recently larly ribbed. Is a certain success or ribbon-type weaves. Lustrous good for calves and year* 515.00.517AOend; Inferior of all We are glad to know that Mrs Miss Brenda Terry a student
Ibis been laud for hard surfaces, for shaped costs and suits Seer. texturlsed acetates offer a silky lings at the weekly sale at the Bu weights were '|13,50-115.79. M. M. Ttdwell returned home nurse In the St. Vincent's Hospital
4N iaJJy table tops. It looks like sucker retaining Its easy-care ad. slinky look while shiny yarns add wsnnee Valley Livestock Market On the 486 hogs sold as com Saturday after spending nearly and Roger Clark, also' of
ttI. but the label wit Indicate vsntsges. Joins with pique and depth to cotton Jacquarda. Bond March 31 with a total of 1M sold pared to 455 the previous. week two weeks as a patient In the 8t, Jacksonville were guests of her
to corded for ng becomes Increasingly Important. as compared to 83 last week AU sales prsents. Mr. and Mrs L. C, Terry
I. l e type of material. Be sure I weaves variety and In. were off a few cents on the Luke's Hospital I In Jacksonville
I. (member, never use an oily traduces the use of wider stripe slaughter classes were too few to better grades but firm to higher Rev, Marvin Odom filled i.1 last week end.
laner on plastics I Whyf It will In unusual colorings Pleated and Stretch The fabric for active accurately test the price trend on sows and feeder pigs appointment at the Deep Creek Mrs Luther Adklns. Mrs San.
|use a dulling film to form. See- tucked fabrics are a definite trend people. The variety continues to but feeder-stocker steers, though Mixed grades of barrows and Advent Christian Church Sunday ford Beach and Jack Kennedywere
-I Idly, oil cleaners will cause softiutlcs In chicken wire and wavy weave oar as converters enlarge their uneven, averaged steady Helfrfs lilts weighing 110-310 ,lbs sold Mr and Mrs Willie Beach business visitors In Gainesville
to become gummy patterns or continuous and. triple Hues. Effective merchandising and cows steady to $100 lower for '1'.20; 310-340 libs, for '11.. spent Saturday night with Mr Saturday morning
mastics should be washed with tucked versions.Beguiling nut Intensified education at sU Fifty-six per cent of the supply 10; 340-37Q for 11550; 100-110 and Mrs. C. C. MemphiU In Mr. and Mrs Roy Cannon and
lid suds Rinse with clean water. Sheers For Feminine levels are vitally necesssry In or. cleared to feeder-stocktr accounts for 11515; 140-1(0 for 11430; Gainesville Sunday, They visited children of Gainesville were guests
|ipe dry Plastics cared for In Flattery These have a roman. der to better acquaint the con while slightly over one-third of 130-140 for 111(0; 100.120 for Mr and Mrs J. J. Bronson andT of his mother, Mrs. L. J. Cannon,
u manner should retain its tie fragile look In new not so sumer to the virtues stretch fsb the total were calves. 113.70; and 10-100 IDS brought F, Beach In Clennont. last week end
iauty for many years. fragile, polyester blends. Flowing' tics have to offer for all apparel Standard slaughter steers sold 11310. Mr and Mrs II C Cason lid .
chiffon and voile available plainor applications) The "living dimen for 79-11160., with one cutter Mont sows 110-400 IDS. sold for son, Donald visited her mother, Instant Hlcmling Flour
BRIC inOKLZOHTSfPabric delicately printed; the return sion" In stretch fabrics allows for bringing '11.00.1Itandar4 11315-11315; 400-600 lbs for Mrs A. M. Green In Lake City, The choice among Instant
counters and patternten of georgette and the introductionof nasimum comfort plus better fit., heifers brought IIS.* $11315-113; and boars for |7.00. Mrs Blanche Carrol of Halnes blending flours Is Increasing A
are bussing with every puss; the cool, starched look longer wear, superior recovery In 00-11775' ; utility imo-11600; Medium and good feeder pigs City Is visiting. her brothers WIN milling company! has Introduced
e making selections for their of organxa and organdy; the lacy cressed wrinkle resistance and and cutters f IS.00-IU.00. under 70 lbs told for .111.00.....* tie and Clyde Odom and their a free-flowing Instant blending
ten outfits and for spring and look of the leno jacquards; the Tester freedom of movement Utility cows sold for 11379* 75; 70-110\ Ibs. |15,00-116 00; and rsmlllrs hen Hour In both all-purpose and ,
er clothing frosty appeal of chambray: and Stretch fabrics are clearly here to IU73; cutters for SU.7S-I1J79: 110-140 tbs. for 00-11135.. Mr. and Mrs Hots Spooner and self-rising forms
foull find some of the most the young, demure look of dotted while canners ran from 19,Sell. .
Swiss In woven and flocked versions 00. -
; are aU equally' enchanting 8PRINO.TDlP: REFRJ:811UJNT: : : I One commercial bull sold for
BLUE LUST*. In an array of melting pastels Tor a refreshing and delicious 117.75. but cutter and utility bulls Tenneseal Galvanized
punch to serve at your club meet Roofing
EUCTRIC Soft Drspable Fabrics These went from $ .
$1: contribute to fashion feminine ng, or at home, you might \like and low good calves
(ARPET S"AM..-Iyo9ER...,.. mood. Supple crepe, seen In many to try Mrs O. C. LanI<<'I recipe. went for 11550 up to 111 00. with
new guises, will be highlighted For this tempting spring-time utility calves from 11400-1II. I Special features make this heavy duty
'. na s-e p- punch youll need 48 pine.
co.- r-t u. a. .. Gently ripples crinkle and crepon a Veslers were the top money '
crepes star In cotton silks, mlra apple juice, one cup of sugar. one. sales bringing from I.1JO-I2500. 1 t 1 1 29 gauge Galvanised metal roofing a .u.
Quart of water and one package Oood stacker steers sold for
or lemon-lime kool-ald drink '50-11135., but overfills were 1 perlor quality at a lew, !low price
mature kill the kool-ald and down to III,00. Utility with a few
mar together; add water and Inferiors sold al $12.00-$11.25 : '
A. Thouplil For Today mix well. Serve cold. Mrs. Lanier Utility and lowatandard heifers ; W. B. HOWLANDGROCERY
suigests for additional flavor and
went from IIS 00-11100 with
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sparkle you may add ginger-ale. one Inferior at 113.79. LNkptool '. :

TOUR PLEASURES. BUT NOT TOUR JTUEDNS Standard and good cows sold al r.e _
Does your family enjoy fUh and
113.75-114.75 with one utility at ,
When one pauses to reflect a moment, he realizes what seafoods How would you like to 113.90. Mayo Road Phon. 3421238
valuable and highly practical possessions friends earn some different and nutrltiui a 2, ne
A few choice 350-471 lb. calves
are. Unlike almost any other possession you V-sVsla OPEN 8i30 A.M."I'lL 10.00 P.M.
of All
0 wan preparation. sea ,* $. tae te1F11 best
went from $1100./20151} good
may name friends have a remarkable
dont permanence. fads are extremely high In pre 111.75-11100 standard 11904 I +1n c 4. Tke TemlM G +
They wear out go out of style or breakdown ; SEVEN DAYS A WEEKHer'65
,: on a country road. They dont have to be repaired teta which Is easily digested. Mao 11700.: utility 'U 00.11&0. In
reset, restyled or refurnished it contains little tat thus you the 139350 Ib. bracket standard
,. ') seriously our friends true friends -- should can keep the calorie count low by -- ... ,-- -. -
I ;J be carefully and thoughtfully cultivated. The toy preparing them certain ways. Too.
yalty, warmth and understanding of frtendnhlpa at. UM .... .! fun to .... .,..,. roe
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much of Uie satMactioo and enjoyment which we
> espenenee ao many ways M almost every waking are being made to have a
I hour. Is la some way attributable to the company, demonstration In Live Oak on t
m the help. the understanding of our friends. As preparing fish and sesfood. If you
n said: "Chance your pleasures, but not your friends." would like to attend this meeting
would yon can our office, Ml
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor IM3 and five I us Tour name.
s ....... call by.Monday April 12.
SU......*. County Residents
I It you would like to attend. Upeee
BRODY C HARRIS II Suited and we can take care Ii
of only a limited number Well
'need to know bow many to make
are to hold this meeting ;
LJcn.*d Funeral Director later In April
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Later the task of grants with needed until this county's quota way along the path to full understanding damage. ell act worked out in Tallahassee noted each change recommended
Grover Bryant which to rebuild and refurnish Is met. of the problems of telephone I The group began its efforts become a law for this will permit and presented them to the fun
homes was approached with understanding Surely there must be other management. Those familiar with conference in the office new equipment for the new school board Tuesday for study. Beta
Are and an outstanding business and professional men in with the record of the of Senator Spessard L. Holland if funds an not available from stated there were no major obstacles -
Last Rites job done in this area. Praise for this county. who feel as strongly Wettstelns as telephone operatorsand I at which the senator, Congressman other sources and its passage will and that they felt this
the Red Cross was heavy and about this matter as I do. If so, executives point out he has i Don Fuqua and an assistant further strengthen this county's county could adopt a plan that
Held Sunday loud for among the grants was welcome aboard. two outstanding teachers: on his I from the office of Senator George financial position from a school would be acceptable both to the
one badly needed by: the school side the team of Otto Wett- i Smathers heard and agreed to the standpoint. people of this county and to the
Funeral services for Grover C. band. No. 2 stein Jr, and Otto Wettsteln in- delegation's viewpoint. Confident their view on the department In Washington. Members -
Bryant, resident of Suwannee plans of toll free services are in who had guided and managed the i Doors to Washington bureaus OEP grant would bring results, of the delegation expressed
County for 30 years, were held Needs arose at other places as operation at other exchanges in North Florida company to an en- then began to be opened to the the Suwannee County group asked :- surprise and pleasure at the understanding
Sunday April 4, at 3.00: p.m. in the need for assistance here the system. viable record of achievement and delegation at the urgency: and Walstence for and secured: another conference of local problems
the First Baptist Church of Live dwindled and the agency movedon Now under study by the company stability in the short span of of Congressman for the afternoon to discuss evidenced' by the Federal agency:
Oak. The Rev. Charlie Webb conducted to help in similar circumstan and in toe with Wettsteln's slightly less than decade.. and Senator Holland.At in minute detail with the The entire delegation was waiting
.services. Burial was In ces. The horrors of Hurricane constant vision of better service LoUSe C. Wadsworth. who was a conference with OEP Director office of the Commissioner of Wednesday morning for official -
the Live Oak Cemetery: with the Dora faded here and for many are plans to provide toll free ser president of the Chamber of Com- Buford Ellington the Su Education this county's proposed notification: that would per-
James B. Daniels Funeral Homeof became: onlJ an experience of life vice between Mayo and Live Oak merce when the company began wannee County stand was ex- plan for compliance with the civil nut them to advise the county _
Live Oak in charge of arrange to be remembered. and changing eight party lines to operation, said here this week the plained. Ellington, who only recently rights act the school board was MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.If .
ments. Tune for the annual Red Cross four party. lines in rural areas company has meant more to the took over as OEP director: required to file by: March 3.
Mr. Bryant was born Sept. 8. roll call came this year and witha served by the utility economy of this area than a sizeable and a former governor of Tennessee The original plan of this county -
1884, in Kentucky. He was a carpenter quota of only a mere $1500. it The company had 35 employeesin industrial plant would have agreed with the delegationbut : was adopted last fall and was
in Kentucky and moved to was felt this would be quickly the entire system back in 1954 been and complimented President advised his bands were tied revised at a special meeting of you were born la
Live Oak 30 years ago. Mr. Bryant : oversubscribed If for no other reason when it began operation. Today Wettsteln and the personnel by Commissioner of Education the board last week end. It has April of sin odd-
was a member of the Baptist as an expression of gratitudefrom there are 180 persons employee of the company for the manner in Kepell in the Department of been submitted some weeks ago
church. a community in which the thruout the system with around which the company and its per- Health, Education and War Wel- to Washington. numbered year, renew
Survivors include the widow, agency spent better than 1100.- 125 working at general offices of sonnel had fitted into community At this conference, the delegation your driver license
Mrs. Martha Bryant of Live Oak; 000 when need arose.I the company on White Avenue life and the valuable impact and fare.So across town in two taxi was told a free choice plan
three daughters, Mrs. Samuel T. am shocked and mortifiedthat and Court Street in this city. contribution the company and its aped the local group shepherded as presented by this county\ can this month.
Johnson, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Leroy we actually had merchants Investment in the firm urged people have made and are continuing : by Congressman Fuqua, and with and will be approved. Suggestions -
Andrews, St. Petersburg, and in the flooded Live Oak area who by the Suwannee County Chamber to make on and for the Murrell Winslett of Senator Hol were made far changes In Reece BrownCOUNTY
Mrs. Alvin Brown, AshvUle N. C.; felt a donation of BOc, less than of Commerce back in 1954 community. land's staff and Wayne Buck of verbage and minor adjustments
a IOn Chester Bryant, California; the price of two packs of cigarettes proved even more successful than Senator Sma thera' staff accompanying I of policy:: as the entire group went JUDGEMAYO'S
and three grandchildren. was a reasonable contribution the trade group dreamers pre- : them.Commissioner. over the plan line for line.
Active pallbearers were B A. this year. dicted. Original stock in the com- No 3 Kepell heard the Crews and Polsom carefully
Swing Jr., Ed Kent Wiley Bird, How ungrateful can a com- pany sold for $10, today the few erts for their speed in draftingand facts: agreed this county was the
T. E. Abercrombie, Clyde Ellis munity be. sales of the Class A voting stockin paving the way for early victim of red tape and bureaucyand
and Claude Law. Such donations are ridiculous the company that has sold! passage of the act assuring the agreed to call Governor Ellington -
Honorary pallbearers were Dr.O. and had I been conducting the reached $29 per share. funds needed to build the school.! and work out the appar-
A. Lee, Terrell Futch Charlie campaign I would have tossed Able business and professional The same delegation was in ent snafu. NUWAYOIL
Clayton, Bogue Dees H. W. Lun- the pittance! back and advised men in this area have served and Washington Monday to present The delegation returned Mon-
dy Vernon Bevan, and H. B. that merchant to move his business are serving on the company's this county's contention that the day night confident an impression
Wooley to an area more poverty- board of directors. Most are served OEP grant approved in Novemberwas had been made on two agencies rlRED TOBACCO BARN
stricken than this one.I by the company and all have a solemn obligation and com of the Federal government
have been one of the Red sizeable Interests in the area the mlttment of the Federal government that an injustice had been done.
No.1 Cross' severest critics and have company services and subsequent civil rights That the matter will be revolvedand
ches for our people needed food not made donations in past years. Otto Wettsteln Jr., Is the chair- legislation or school integration the check for the grant issued -
and shelter. I however saw the Red Cross in man of the company's board of had no part in the approval or now appears certain.
Moving in to provide funds to action and have handed a check directors. Original directors disapproval of the application for Tuesday, the school board f
meet this need was the American for $25 to Dave Austin as the named in addition to the chair- funds to repair Hurricane Dora agreed it was best to let the spe-
Red Cross. There was no hesitancy Democrat's token of gratitude for man and president were Alfred ,
on Its part, no task was what the agency did for the peo- T. Airth, Louis J. Day Sam Gibbs, t J
shirked and no one who applied ple of this county and city in Fred J. Green, Eldls Home, all of
for help in the dire hours of need their hour of need. I further pledge Live Oak; John C, Camp Jasper; t
was turned down. that I will give more and more as and Hal Y. Maine, Lake Butler.
---- Need That Extra Tractor. _
Later additions to the board _
were J. D. Garden, Mayo; Emmett

How the devil do the Dodge Boys do it? Thomas Campbell, Crescent, Hastings City.; and Joe Need Another Tractor For

Green died last year and S. T,
McDowell, one of the men Wettsteln
persuaded to come to Live Extra Work.
Oak with him in 1954 and have a .
J10ul&Ia Hecb, Kndy Tf.C,
$2806Town part in the company's development
was named to him. 2-Fordson Dexta Reconditioned Bargain The Crrafest
replace improvement lit Tobacco>> Barn in 100 Yews
McDowell serves as assistant to

Motors and Country Inc. the president and started with the 2-851 Ford Tractors, Reconditioned Mayas Nuway Barn Is not a Bulk Bam. It fa designed to cure:
and of the
company manager
U.S. 129 North commercial and traffic depart- top quality tobacco and Is very economical to ..... The
,. LIVE OAK FLORIDA ments. 1-850 Ford Tractor, Reconditioned design of the barn makes M easy to convert to Bulk Curia*

Company officials observed the 2-"A" Farmall Bargain As Is when Bulk curing bat been perfected.CM .
occasion of the firm's tenth birthday ,

last Thursday: with a short 2-8N Ford Tractors al Material far Ban .... Ban emit r4y toeprnte
JIr ceremony at 1o00am: wit, ...,. Newsy Special Ofl Fk.4 Bi4 Air Cars*
President Wettstein said here lid 11'- .N fl.....
CCCIL B. DEMILL6'Sb this week that the future appeared And Many Others I
unusually bright and predicted
this area of the state was Boyett SprayersMechanical from obMrvatiM and reports we an cl the ....... haw
in for a growth of alceable proportions trace tobacco cannot be top quality cw.d VSMSI ft to p.dudu
racks similar to baled hay
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I Branford Personals .

Mrs Fred Jones left hit week Mrs. Walter B. Lone of Atlanta
DEMOCRAT to spend two weeks in Miami via U spending several days visiting
SY lUng with friend and relatives her parents ),fro and Mrs. R. E.
] Mrs. R. Q. Griffith and Mrs. Hatch and other relatives.Mr .
D. B. Fletcher were business YII.ltorl and Mrs Paul Oresham of
.LF In Jacksonville last Wcdn,.. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs.
of LIVE OAK, FLORIDA day. Charles Thomas and family of
i MIN Lynda Lynch under went Gainesville were week end nests
emergency surgery<< in the LakeShore of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas
i ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965 VOL 80. NO. 47 I Hospital in Lake City Fri. Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs.
day afternoon R O, Griffith were business visitors
Mrs. Jewel Jones I* a pstltntIn in Tallahassee Friday, returning
I Receives Plaque I 8t Vincents Hospital In Jack home with Mrs Thomas
News JEjom Branford sonvllle were Dawn and Michael Oresham
for a few days visit.
I Branford Scout C. D. Williams of Newberry
spent the week end visiting Mr
BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH and Mrs. Leon Hatch and Mr and

Troop Enters Mrs. Charles Williams and families -

During Holy WeekBranford .
Sellers SpeakerAt Misses Dabs White Dee Dee
Jax Dickinson Judy Smith,and Becky:
Presbyterian! Church Will Peacock, all of Florida State University
Area Men'sClub
Boy Scout Troop BO of Branford were week end house
journeyed to Jacksonville's guests of Miss Elaine Griffin, also
Hold Several Pre-Easter ServicesThe
Oator Bowl for the 11111& Boy a student at the University in
Monday Scout! (North Florida Council ,
Branford Presbyterian Church will conduct Pre- Exhibition lat week The Bran ee
Easter Services during Holy Week with the Rev. C D, met The In Branford regular session Area Men's last Monday Club- ford troop was the only troop participating A year's .subscription The

Weaver as truest preacher. I night April S. The guest ..from the SuwanneeRiver Democrat costs less per week than
Pre-Easter Services will begin Palm Sunday night speaker for the evening was District or this area two postal cards
when the church pastor. Rev, Bruce Beardsley will bringthe Ernest A. Sellers of Live Oak, The Branford troop brought More IM'rlOn.alt Florida during
message. The services will honors horn to the Suwtnnee the months than
who spoke on the artificial Insemination summer any
conclude Thursday night with a Gainesville, will preach Monday. program for cattle. River Area when<< it took second other period of the year.
Service of Holy Communion. AU Tuesday, and Wednesday nights, place in the exhibit contest
Sellers told of the experiencethat
! services will begin at 7:30 pjn. April 12. 13. 14. The messages he he has had with artificial Troop 80' theme was "The Su-
win bring are entitled: "The River A Of Ameri
Rev. Weaver who la pastor of wsnnee : Part
Church In Questions We Whisper", "The breeding In the dairy cattle field. Mike Chandler (ct.m being presented with plM.. from the. ca's Heritage". REPAIR SERVICE
Grace Presbyterian
He said that he had on
I" Questions We Cry", and "The grown up laws ef BranfeN In appreciation lor his efforts as the area Civil The booth consisted of signs
Questions We Fabricate". a dairy farm on which artificial Defense Mrecter. Retort Fletcher, President .( the Branford promoting the Branford and Buwannee -
Rev, Weaver la a native of: breeding was used his and father's that herd thru City Cewwll. presented the '1..... River Area, arrowheads
Ropewell. Virginia. He holds the this program Found on the Suwannee. unflnlshd -
had been greatly Improved over
B. A. degree from Bob Jones Two Sunday School and finished cypress knees, tON
I the years thus resulting an increased Senior Class At
University Oreenvllle. 8. C, pictures of the 1M4 Raft Race,
I of milk. Ifs
I Then he was captain of the soe- production Classes Hold :Meet and many other exhibits Over 138
car squad and was elected. Man' said that this new method the of The Fidelia and Golden Circle Branfonl units, consisting of Cub Scouts,
breeding was being used HighTo
of the Tear of Phi Beta Chi I Sunday School Classes of the Explorers, and Troop attended
:beef cattle business In many partsof EXPERT: REPAIRREASONABLE
literary society, He graduated First Baptist Church met Thursday the exhibition. Over 20.000 people e
cum lauds in 1M9 from Columbia the United States today. night at the home of Mrs. R Present attended the exhibition st the RATES
Theological Seminary In Decatur, A The film Curtlss on this aubJt'Cput Company was out O. Orlfflth In Branford. Co- PlayThe hater Bowl.Representing. PICK UP A DELIVERY
O&. and received the school's by Mrs. Bill Thompson the Branford
shown. The film pointed out that hostesses+ were Senior Class\ of Branford All Work Guaranteed
Bryan Fellowship for graduate thru this of artificial Jr. and Mrs. L. J. Sullivan Kith School has chosen "Three Troop were Scoutmaster Jamie
study. During his summers whilein program Walker the devotional Slocum Randy and Hern
breeding It was possible to breed Mrs. Powell lave Blind Mice" for their! class play. Jerry JIMMY'S
seminary he served u assistant and Mrs. Glen Murray' don. John Hill. Mike Hunt and
This Is three act comedywritten
play a
20.000 cows
pastor In Odessa Texas. u from many a single u bull of a very high fear and Mrs.. Robert FleUhrr led In by Guy Dolton. Arrangements Russell Barns Hydraulic Jack
I After studying theology oneyear calibre stock. It also pointed out praJfr. to present this play have Rout 1, Box 228
at the University of Basel that thru this program every During the social hour, Mrs been made with the Dramatic sight April 20. at g pm. In the BRANFORD FLORIDA
In Swltaerland. Weaver continued farm could have thelie of Itowcll Walker was honored witha Publishing Company of Chicago, sigh school gymnasium .
that study at the University of stork shower The honoree recdvtd ---- --
these very high calibre bulls fora The play will feature three sisters
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Tueblngen In Germany He spenta nominal charge. many lovely gifts which site who sell their chicken farm
summer in residence at the very after openln The hoe-
University ef Strasbourg in 10 Sellers said almost he felt all that breeding within displayed ten served chips dip cake and In look Connecticut for a rich and hunband 10 to Miamito .',\11\1 IU1UF.\II! t IV: >l'H\NrK! : mMI'AMF.H
Franee' and was a member of a years members and two
punch. Twenty
would be done artificially. He also The cast of characters are Bus-

I MCV. a D. WEAVER I D'language Etudes course Francalses at the near Instltut Paris en said In that Buwannee he felt the County cattle and farm.the radon visitors were present for the oc- anne Corbln.Murray' Bobby Pat !Parker Koon,Christine Ines 1.I.:0N;: j. GILL, sit.

surrounding area could prom tiers David Moore. Jeffery Me. Service' Ajpttl ,
greatly from this program. A orts as the area Civil Defense Innls. Vicky Bandlln!! Doyle Deli Llr--AUTO--rlNl
school on this program win be Director Albert Bandlln.! and Janet Hunt FARM LIABILITY
conducted In Jacksonville &1st" The club passed a resolutionIn Miss Shirley Jackson and Graham .-oLIO HAIL
PUBLIC 'AUCTIONMonday In April support of State School Superintendent Owen are directing the play -
Robert Fletcher, president of Thomas U Bailor's All seniors are !helping with the
the Branford City Council presented proposal that all future school production pf the play by servingon p. o Woe ST ounce ssa-UT4.
Mike. Chandler with a construction in the Slate of Florida various committees. Th. play LIVE OAK nee sss SSTT
April 12, 10:00 A.M. plaque from the Town of Branford have fall-out shelter facilities will be presented On Tuesday ,

NEXT FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE in appreciation for his efb .. '" : .1 *' ." .w .1,1rJ' Iiw .. .,.rae' .w14'eY .ss ILtr .t"- .

:> Israel he studied. at Ulpaa, a
i Will hUt 50 to 100 tractor and a yard full of equipment language school
I During their travels which Included
of all make. and BwitserUntf. Germany
France Holland, tusembourg,
Italy. Austria Yugoslavia, Greece. ,
If you need to buy tractors or equipment or If you Israel and Jordan. Mrs.. Wearer
also took the opportunity for Chevrolet
have some you wish to aell..U on our Auction Sale theological and language study

Mrs. Weaver, the former Myra
Monday, April 12.COLQU1TT. .
Jean Olasure. Is the daughter of
Dr A. II. Olasure. tone-time pastor I
of the First Presbyterian
.TRACTOR Church in St. Petersburg and now I
Viet President of Florida Presbyterian
College. The Weavers have :

Movltri. C*. PIMM 98S-5048 one son Stephen age 2. I
Pastor Beardsley has Issued an _
lllf hwar M North Night 98S4275 open tnvtutlon for all to attendthese
Pre-Caster Brrvtcea and to
bear this dynamle, young preacher,

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All Day Working At Benefit Concert At I PirifyLeyel<< I

Pastor's CornerREV. McCIellan Cemetery I [ Subscriptions Jasper April 16
There will be a cemetery work Jimmy Strickland's TV Band Mrs. M. L. Clark visited Mrs. TnursOay night.
log at McClellan at Suwannee DemocratListed at the Jasper afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
C. A. WEBB. Pastor Cemetery I will present a concert Drew Holmes Monday I, Keeling
Wellborn all Friday, April were
Saturday. supper
day below are new subscrip High School Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappet and guests of Mr. and
FIRST /BAPTIST CHURCH OF LIVE OAK All interested people are askedto 18. at 8:00: pjn. Mrs. Drew Holmes Wednesday
tlons and subscriptions renewedto the week end with
There is an old legend which other night because you had left bring a lunch and tools to work the Suwannee Democrat from The program 1* being presentedto children spent As- night.
special and Mrs L. B. Wilson at
tells about two angels having been overs for supper? Was your wife with. March 2e to April 2. raise funds to buy Mr. Mr. and Mrs B. F. Hayes
sent to earth each with a basket. disturbed because she Just could equipment for the Hamilton tatula. supper guests of Mr. were
them. It Is impossible to describeto Holmes and
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS Memorial Hospital. Mrs Drew Mrs
County Mr. and
The one was to gather up all the n't decide on the menu for din L. P. Fortner
people in foreign Sunday night
prayers asking God for the be- ner? This Li no problem with one- many countries Harold W Innla,'Canfield, Ohio were supper guests of Mr and
stowal of blessings: the other was half of the world. They do not and our homes of brick and wood J. C. Barrs, Branford Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday Rev. Charles Johnson visited
to gather up all the prayers of cannot choose what they want to and glass and plaster; they Justwouldn.t Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johns Plan Home Coming At night. I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole Sunday

thanksgiving to Ood from those eat Most of their meals are basedon udnerstand. "Oh bless Okeechobee ML Pisgah Church Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry afternoon.Mrs. .
the Lord Ood for
thy the good
who had been blessed. When the one of the grains, usually wheator Church was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs, Ethel Hayes Mrs, Evelyn
land which He hath given thee" SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED The Mt. Pisgah Baptist .
two angels returned the one basket rice. 70% of the world's population Easter R. W. Moseley Sunday. F Sheppard. and Miss Yvonne
will hold homecoming on
Have you ever complained that Mrs. Mattle Falrcloth. L. O.
was filled with requests: Is undernourished and manyof : I served on Miss Yvonne Golden of Orange Golden visited Mrs. L. P.
the water you drank was a trlfl Mrs Donna W. Laird. Mayo Sunday Dinner will be Fortner
"Lord give me" but the other them are starving to death.
America warm? It might interest you to Dr. E. O. Haskell TallahasseeJ. the church grounds starting at Community Edward Fore of Friday afternoon.
basket of "thank you's" to God The biggest complaint In
was almost empty. We have a par. is that of being overweight Are know that cool clear water Is F. Mercer. Rt., L. O. noon. Association singing will follow Klsslmmee and Rev. Charles Trooper James Fortner of Pen-

allel of this In the Bible. There we really thankful to Ood? unknown to hundreds of millions John Hampton, L. O. the dinner. Johnson of Perry visited :Mr. and sacola spent Sunday night with
of people. They bathe in Mrs. Jane L. O. Church services will be held at and
were ten lepers who were miraculously Mary Watson. Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sunday after Mr. Mrs. L. P. FortnerMr. .
Have you complained recently: contaminated water. and then Niels H. Brorsen Construction 11:00: ajn with the Rev Layton and Mrs. Drew Holmes
cleansed of their disease, that haven't anything to noon. Mr
you they drink that water. They haveno Daughtry presiding
Co.. L. O.
but only one! returned to give wear? Is this keeping you from Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Hayes and and Mrs. Gordon Keeling and
choice. No wonder that
they Jacksonville
Mrs. Zell
thanks to Jesus, the Healer We assembling yourself together to children of Live Oak spent Sun daughter Martha Rae. vwnt
spend months of
many or Vernle Branford
years C.
wonder If that percentage one worship God? Most of us have their life suffering from and Herman Starling Scoggins.Miami Card Of Thank day with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Willie
out of ten does not fairly represent work clothes business clothes and Howell.
I wish to thank each one for
fighting typhoid fever and many Hillman Doff Vero Beach I Hayes.
the true thanksglvers today clothing for church going and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
other water borne diseases whose O. D. Beach. O'Brien the flowers, cards visits, and Mr. and Mrs. Artls Oolden and were
party: going and one-half of the name we Americans do not even Wm. Hubbard Gray, L. O. prayers, also the doctors and the I Mr. 'and Mrs.B SUPTCT nmU of Mr and Mrs
Oh, how we take America for world considers this fabulous. The need to learn. It is Ispossible to Bertha Brooklns Wellborn nurses for their services while I daughter, Yvonne. B. P Haves turdv night
granted and the things we dally fact Is that most peopto on earth describe to half the world's popu. T. A. Kirkpatrick L. O. was in the hospital. F. Hayes, Edward Fore and Mr and Mrs.. Drew Holmes

enjoy in this blessed country. We wear only one or two garments latlon the hot water faucet in the Mabry D. Hatch Jacksonville Mrs Homer Goff I Rufus Baxter were supper guests were roopwr nests of Mr end
are so satisfied with our way of for years. Yet. dally: we choose bathroom or in the kitchen sink Eugene McCall O'Brien (Paid Notice) of Mr and Mrs L. P. Fortner Mr. Carl Tressler Monday night

life until we forget to remember what we shall wear. "Oh bless land the So rather than complain about Rev. Oordon O. Reed L. O. _________________u___uuu unn........................................"..........u.u.u.. _
how the great majority of the Lord thy God for the good
water bills and
sewage charged, James T. Hlngson, McAlpin
citizens of our world really live. need to learn. It is impossible to
let us look at the miracle of a Charles D. Williams Jr., Branford .
I would direct land which He glveth thee.
Today your attention glass of American water that
to these words In Deuteronomy Have you ever complained that .
from and
comes the faucet then Mrs Frank M. Greene Jacksonville
: 8:10: : "When thou toast eaten your home looked a trifle shabby look up to Ood and say: "Bless
and art full then shalt thou bless lately? It might Interest you to
the Lord thy God for the good A. M. Parker BranfordJ.
the Lord thy Ood for the good know that most people on earth land which He glveth thee. C. Peterson. Branford
land which He hath given thee." live In huts of mud or straw. A
Did you complain last summer L. W. Townsend. Ft. MyersR. 1
Did you perhaps complain the wood floor would be a luxury to that you weren't able to go any H. Scott Rt. L. O.

where for a vacation? or that older Mi. Floyd Lay, Oalnesville

model car of yours was no O J. Rose, Rt., L. O.
longer In style? Well most of .
ALL NEW! THE BIG MF 175 the people of the earth never get

past a few miles of their homes drowning StudyingAdministrative

Big_brawny_brainy_4-5 plow: strong 1 With and they simply have no mean Course
of their !
Pressure Control, a new feature added to the Advanced feet. Please be reminded to say, Parris Island. S. C. MarIne .w b, 5 a
Ferguson System for f instant weight trans "Oh bless the Lord thy God for Staff Sergeant Harlan J. Brown e e

fer traction with pull-type implements new the good land which He giveth. Ing son of Mrs Rebecca Y.
Browning of Live Oak Is attend.
Rapid Coupler for mounted tools new comfort
How thankful we ought to be Ing an administration chief's personnel
and convenience new power in the 60 liP that we live in a land of rellglous administration course at

class gasoline or diesel. See it, test drive it liberty where unmolestedwe Marine Corps Recruit Depot
soon! can go to our house of Ood Parrls Island 8. C
week after week. and worship our During the eight-week course
Saviour Jesus Christ How thank he Is studying English grammar

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Jesus we have assurance of forgiveness accounting, classification pay.
of all our sins. I pray and naval justice.
," TRACTOR CO. God that you will echo and reecho The course !Is designed to train
the word of the Psalmist: selected, non-commissioned officers
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Miss Suggs Weds Mrs. Allen Honored WOM6NCLARA lastertime

Leonard Allen At Bridal Shower ,. e at

Miss Beth Lutrenda Suggs, Mrs. Leonard Allen whose wedding -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luttral took place Friday night s. W WADSWORTH Society Editor

Suggs of Branford. and LeonardLee April second was honored with a --- e 'yi
Allen. IOn of Mr. and Mrs. bridal shower March 27, at the ..
Fred Allen of O'Brien exchanged home of Mrs. Buls Jonas near Recent Bride Feted Here and There

nuptial rows. April second: at Branford. With Tea SaturdayMrs.
wren-thirty In the evening in the The refreshment table was covered .. '
Robert B. Cade, the former -
Mrs R. J. Daniels of Orlando
Burlington Church of Christ with with a white cloth and heldan
Miss Owen Brown of Fantha the week end with her :
Talmadge Polk performing the arrangement of pink roses. At spent
Burn. Miss* was the Inspiration brother-ln-Uw and sister Ur
one end of the table punch
ceremony. was a
for a lovely tea given In honor by ;
and Mrs. Alex: McKeithen.:
Two fourteen branch candelabra bowl circled with greenery! and :
her mother-in-law, Mrs. John AlIen -
Miss Karen Cordes of Conner
and baskets of white gladioli pink seasonal flowers. The gift
Cad at her home on Martha
Ind. left Monday after
Intermingled table also vllle.
and white mums was covered with a ..o
with greenery furnished the wedding white cloth and held an arrangement Street Saturday afternoon April spending a week with her uncle
third between the hour of three-
background. Bridal wreath of pink flowers. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Nleh
thirty and fire-thirty.
the family Games the Broraen.Mrs. .
marked pews.A were played during
The harvest table was covered .
choral "Walk evening.
group sang with an Imported whit cut workcloth
Hand In Hand","Hand In Hand". Refreshments of cake punch .
A fan shaped arrangementof
Us Lord", and "The Gaylord Given ,
"Be With nuts, and mints were served yellow mums, gladioli, and
Lord's Prayer". About seventy-five guests at-
baby's-breath was on the table Surprise PartyMrs.
Mrs. Albert Bikes, sister of the tended. of Wellbornwas y
center. Light fem and yellow Ben Oaylord
bride, was matron of honor. She S. the birthday II
mums were placed around given a surprise
wore a street length drew of blue crystal punch bowl which was party last Wednesday night by a +
satin with matching shoes Her Charles Hatch Is placed at one end of the table. group of her friends from the 1 1 1I
headpiece was a white short veil of fours cheese Church following
Honored On Birthday Silver trays petit Baptist prayer
and she carried a nosegay of white balls, and of meeting
compotes yellow
Charles Ed Hatch son of Mr. I '
and blue carnations. and Mrs Leon D. Hatch of Bran- and whit mints were on the Mrs Oaf lord was celebrating 6
David Allen brother of the
table. her elghty-tecond birthday.
ford, was honored with a wiener
groom served as best man. Other roast celebrating his eighth birthday Floral designs of azaleas and About fifteen were present 1
were A. W. Oaylord of O'Brien spines were used ilth.* den. .
Saturday afternoon at nil
and Landls Suggs, brother of the
Other spring arrangements were
home In Branford. Senior Day PlannedAt
bride. placed at vantage points In the a
The picnic table In the backyard
The bride, given In marriage by home. Parker Drive-In
with white
her father selected foe lice wedding table was cloth covered and featured a the Mrs. O. II. Rutledg receivedthe Thursday, April IS. has been eI

a floor length gown of whit birthday cake decorated In yellow guests at the door and presented set as Senior Day at Parker' kj Y
lace over satin with three-quarter and them to the receiving line Drive-in. The senior class of Su t r.
length sleeves. green. the composed of the hostess and the wannee lllih School will operate < <
Oames played during
The waist length jacket. of lace afternoon.were Hotdogs with all the honoree the drive-In from 3:00: p.m. to t + i .> /
was scalloped around the jacket McKeithen 11:00 with all from
trimmings, birthday cake, and Miss Nancy poured : pjn. profits .
bottom the sleeves were also the "
punch were served to the guests. punch. the operation going toward
scalloped. She wore a circular Ten for Floor hostesses were Mrs. John. senior class trip.
guests were present Pi'part
headpiece of aeed pearls from ,. ny Flood Mrs. Vernon Bales Mrs On Tuesday evening, April 13, .. ;i.J.
which the fingertip veil of Illusion C. T. Baladen. and Mrs. Id: Butler the seniors will conduct a houe| :n
felt The bride carried pink carnations to house canvass to sell tickets for
and lilies of the valley, Branford IMA Will the food dinners to be served on Tl
The mother of the bride wore abele When serving vegetables with Thursday,
eyelet embroidered dress Meet Monday Night:; main course far, us a hot sauce The senior trip this year will TONY \
with white accessories and a The Branford Parent Teachers over the cooked vegetables to help Include New York and Washing
Association win meet Thursday
white carnation corsage. bring out their natural goodness. ton and will take place In May celebrities
The mother of the groom worea night April I. In the school cafe TODD

floral print dress with white accessories teria. F.P.A.the students will be featured Flower>> fur>> m'Utlr.! Ton To U! pUcei them knowingly' Iwaiiiifut I sheer Uiltte of
and a gold and white on program.
L. C. Davis, president of the THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Celanese Fortrtl '
corsage ro'y"lfr'ft., tIle prettiest' Lutton+kwn liirtJrM around .has contrasting *
Following the wedding a reception organisation, urges all members to
was given by the bride's par- be present. The slat of officers WAY HE CAN CCT AROUND embroMrred clover blossom, bodice tucking, pearly button White, blue or

ents In their home. Mrs W B. for the coming school year win be WITHOUT BACK-MAT pink 1020. Right deliciously feminine dress has hake top, 11II1'I"eJ) l daisies a
at this meeting
Bradley Jr. and Mrs. Cecil Roberta >>- presented DRw.Af
cut and served the cake. Miss ,lit !belt. Ulue, while or mipl freen. 10-2\.110111\ hare 5-imh: hems, wash In a wink.
Phtllls Koon and Miss Lynda Pare! For best results, read the Instruction -

Watson poured punch. I books on operation and We have the largest selection of drsss in( town, featuring such
Mra. ADen Is a graduate. of cleaning that come with new appliances
Branford High School and Lake ,. ZL lZ famous name at Vicky Vaughn,Toni I Todd, RAK Originals, Nardi,

City Junior College and Is now a Betty Barclay Bobbie Brooke and] others.
attending. nurses school In Lake College, and Is now with the many
City at the college Standard Oil Company

Mr. Allen is a graduate. of Following a wedding trip to .
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Branford High School attended Rainbow Springs and other pointsof
North Florida Junior CoQcga. Interest in Central Florida toe r !
Madison and Lake City Junior couple win reside In Lake City. MELT I

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS OR Bid. will b* opened April K, iVTITatI flffi Attorney, Wm Randal SUunkter
I TRADE NAME LAW Ml a... In the off loo of tko. Suwanne* P. O. Bon lag. LJv* Oak. Florida, enj
God Demands Obedience ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON a.AlfrMI..cIMr TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN County Health Department All biddenare file tb. orla-laal lab.. office of the'
Notloo la koroky rlvon that tko andmlcned. Invited to be _". Clerk of the Circe Court, a.._""..
I 1H-1K. the fictitious Envelope ckall k marked Dlcoel Oil : .
n- Kaimrl punuint to Conaty, Llv ) Oak Florida. o* or .before
'==1 II.... atatnU Chapter 10961. or Beetles Bid not to k* epened until April II tko llrd day of April. A. D. I.... If yon
I1.0Florida Btatutot, 141 will rocliter Itll.Sawanao. are to aoateet the _.. otherv/lM" thoallnatlone
I Sw l with the Clerk of the Clrault Court County Arthropod Control of the Complaint' will be taken
n and for Buwanneo County, Florida. Suwnnn County Health Department aa confeeeed by pew
upon ......p, of proof of publication .f tlvo Oak, Florida Done and Ordered la Llv. Oak. Flo,.
this notice the fletltlouo name to-wit, ..... Ida. thl S'rd day af March' A. D. l..l.
i tinder which I will .".a.. m bnilnm CALL FOR BIDS ('..... at Clnult Lours
I Iv I .._t to nose In business In Live Suwannee County Arthropod Control 5awaaue. CoUIII. Florida.
/ Oak. Florida and ny address .. Fifth request celled bide on th. followlnlf (SEAL),
Houston, Llv Oak Fla.. ItemctApproifanately BI
Tb. oxtont Of owner,hip U ...U... I.Til gallons malarraaolln ..... UIIIaDRadford
i iKA1a THELMA. FI88ELLDaiod delivered. to vehlcl. tank. at
) this llth day of March AD.toes. elation Frico per .callon. lit (..d. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
I oil delivered In v.hklc at atttloni THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
1 ... ...n .......1". and greasing per .,,11. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
.,.... {" ...era are w..l All hide to be coaled and delivered DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF
ky April II, 111 tko .
The >(ed prophet Samuel promlm to. Samuel denounce Saul for usurping hIlt to dentroy the Amtlekltei and Samuel rebukes Bull and again re Notice la her.b, (Ivan that I, DnkMeCalllator ke Health ..Department. Side will Plaintiff
b offer aacilnc to God him kin H. hick to opened at t l A. M. on April I/. ...
to Aiaf
present prleatly duUea, proclaiming the kln- kill vry living thlnr. Saul U vie. u aa Sheriff of Suwanneo Illl,
.t Snwanaee
before the batll. with the Phlllitln dom shall be taken from him Despite torloui. but spans the life of King pieces and depart. never to MO Haul County, Florida, to and by virtue of that Department.the Vender County Healtk WILLIAM M. NORRIS
Invited b
When h. fill to arrive, Saul himself. the rebuke, Saul and Jonathan win a Apse and brings back cheap and OIC' fauvI annual 19:10-15. mrtaln .>...110. baud out of the .....nt. are to TOc William Defendant

presides at U offering..-I Bamuel JJ .rut victory.-! Samuel 14. .n for .crlflc.-I Samuel 15:1.0. GOLDEN TEXT-I Samuel 15.It, Small Claim Florida Court, wher.ln In and H.for C.Suwanne.County ASan., be marked. Ca.olln BCTY SOON M. Nark USA..Box... 111 APO.H4th B..t

/; plaintiff, and E B. Jrr'dfend."l. Bid not to b* opened until April. 15. tie, Washington
haven't already signed up. You treble Bamvel B. Smith on. of the ky virtue at that certain judiemeat 1111.Same.. Yon are k.....p notified that a Con.
Social Security AnswersEditor's Judges o- th. ahoy. .tyld Court, will on public rcaord of Suwanae .". County Arthropod Control plant for Dlvere* .ka .been filed. m tb.aheve .
I can save time by making your conduct a keening in Circuit tanrtChamber. County Florida bars .levied. noon and Buwanneo. County Health Department named Court and 70* are required. .
application early. Even If yocan't ., Courthouse .1 Live Oak. will offer for sale. and Mil to the klh. Llv. Oak, Florida to eons a eepy of year anewer or I l-jed-
Florida. at tne'eonclu.lon of which node eel and boat bidder for ..... at the front 4141IN eve to tko Complaint npen the Plain.ttffe .
get any monthly payments will b* ontorod appolntlnf apprala door of tko Court Hone. I. Live Oak AB'ili. Wm. Randall Blaatatar
( Note: These questions this right? now because you are earning too urn to view and appraise the promises Snwannco County Florida to aatlefyaald THIRD THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE P O Lie: Oak Florida, aaj
deeerlbed In said iMclaratloa of Taking JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF file. tko original" I. tko office at .
and answers are compiled by Wil ANSWER: Yes In death cases : much your record will be set up and report the appraliod vain thereof !....juda-enmt during tko cat h..on.. of April.... tk.fallowlni II.. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUWANNEE Clark ., tko Clrcnll Count Bowaanee tko
liam M. Eanes, District Manager either railroad or social securitywill and ready when the time comes to the Court within such tint a* maybe deogrlbod I property to-wlt COUNTY. IN CHANCERY County. Live. Oak Florida.. oo or knee,
deeli-nated la laid ord.r DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF tko Mr day of April.. A. D. l"4l. tf
One lilt Chevrolet, I D No. yen
for the Social Security Administration take care of the survivor'spayments for you to collect. Ton and each of yon ar further roll M4IOIOTMX. Title No ..".... GENE H. BURNEY .ar. to neatest tko ..... ........... tko
at Valdosta. Eanes invites but not both fled that you nay appear at said dit DUKE McCA-LLISTFR Sheriff. PlaintiffIRENK allegations. of tko Complaint will .b. 1ak.oo .
and time nd k* forthwith heard upon Snwanno County, Florida .a u ...,..... by ,ea.
readers to mail their questions to That statement I Smooth the nick in a piece of : BURNEY:
QUESTION: question of jurladletlon of tho Court ...n Done and Ordered .In LIve Oak. Pk>r.
him at P. O.Box 1122 Valdosta, got from Baltimore doesn't show glassware with a sheet of fine and aufflelency. of tko plead In.;*. and Defendant Ida. this llrd day of Maul.. A. D ltd!.
TOt Irons Rune ... 4tk. A......
also upon eucieitlone In mpeet to the LAVAUCHN A. SESSIONS:
Oa. Please do not mall your Inquiries of sandpaper. REGISTRATION UNDER FICTITIOUS ..... CaU..... .
all my earnings I have proof per.ona to bo appointed a* appraise. NAME ACT. C. LAVOYE BOGGU! Alabama Clerk. of C...." CoortBnwanne
to this paper.) these wages. How do I get this You and each ./ you ar* further noil AND INA MAE BOCCUS. DOING Yen are hereby. notified that a Com Co"trBy > .Iorlda
.. plaint for Divorce baa .been
fled that tho order to bo onlorod filed In the (SEAL>)>
QUESTION: Last year my fixed up? aforesaid on April U 111. will Include I BUSINESS AS NOTICETO LIVE OAK JEWELRY above named Court and yon are nojrred. I LlllUa Bedford
for machine records Public NoticesIN a provision for a tin and lara for a to oerv* a hewn n p'Nd. D. G
neighbors paid me ANSWER: Bring your hearing under Beetles 1401, FloridaStatute. WHOM IT MAY CONCERNl tax t. the Complaint: spas th. 11-45
work on their farms Should this and the statement to your nearest ., upon tho report of the >ppralr Yon will plea., take notice that sad tkeare
sndenicned. C. LAVOYII: B000UI
count as my farm self-employ. social security office or to our THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *. Ineludlne; the domination .t INA MAE BOGGUI. husband. and wife.

ment income? representative who visits your THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF THE .r that or urns not of P.tltlnnr any question,la properly a* .to.whath....1.- ."..'1..., and will ..,.... In a retail

ANSWER: Yes When receive will try to find STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR leg the authority deletated to It In neraantil. bucln. kandilnf" jewelrylaaawaro ..
you community. We SUWANNEE COUNTY.AT chinaware, bather" goods aaiother STACKED
taking the Mid property and th. ntry HEEL
income for machine work out what happened and correct LAW HO. under Section 74.0*. Florida' Statute.. Berahandlao. ...* sold. In
EMINENT DOMAIN similar ecubllaknicnt. new and reed,
done for others it must be in* your record If It is at all possibleto FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION of WITNESS an order of my taklnc hand a* Clerk. of the at Llv. Oak Florida. In the name aft

eluded along with your other income do 10.QUESTION. a corporation Circuit Court I* and for uwanno LIVE OAK JEWELRY
Live Florida
Schedule F of Income Will have Petitioner County Florida' and the ml I of said Oak Specially Priced
a and
your : person OPAL MERCER BUTTS a widow Court this Slat day of March, Hen.I.AVAUGHN the undersigned; will file a redatratkm -

tax return.QUFSTION to sign up for social security to It ax, .t al.> A. SESSIONS section of said 151.51 flctlttou., Statute a* requiredky Itll

: My husband gets get the benefits if this new hospitalization NOTICE OF DECORATION OF SEAL) Clerk. flf CI..ult Court Bald bu.I.... I* owned by the underlined .

R railroad retirement check and a passes? TAKING AND APPLICATION FOR By Lillian Raitford an an estate by tb entlnlp.DATED .
: thla lath day of Marck. 1155.
small monthly social security ANSWER: We feel certain he APPOINTMENT OF APPRAISERSIN Deputy Clerk B/ C LaVOYB BOGCUSS
payment. Someone said if he dies would have to do so But if you're THE STATIC OF FLORID ...., / INA MAE BOOOUS $7.99-

they will cut me to one check. Is 65 or over we wonder why you T* All Whom It May the following nefeiKiania, idonee AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
a* partloularly ai are known are STATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
at out after the nun of each *f aaldefendante FLORIDA.IN PROlATE. THIRD JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF
to-wlt IN RFt Fitat of FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNEE Keg. 510.99 Value
STUMP BROTHERS Rout 4. Box 110 Notice 01 Intention. T. Make. IDA MAl: JOLLRY.PInlatiff. II
Llv. Oak Florida Application For" Final DlackarfONotle WIIITE or BONE g
I I. hereby liven that I'nnro.J. "..
BUN FINANCE: A LOAN COMPANY, F.nnell. Executrix. his filed "., EDWARD M. JOLLKT. ..
a corporation Petition for Final Dlecharn a* Exeeu. Defendant AAA-AA-B Widths "". .... X71
Cash & Carry 'Building MaterialsPhone .II MadUon Street trio of the titan of Frank R. Jenkln.deceaaed ., I TO Edward M. Jolla, who,* addmi.resident .
Tampa, Florida! tad that on the lib day of and reeMmee I* unknown. All Sizes : r
April, I *ho will I apply to the Honorable You are .hereby notified that n Con :
J W HARVARD and hi. wife : ;:. Brown, County Judge ofBuwanne. plaint for Divorce .has .keen filed In the' ;
242.5566 ORUELIA. H HARVARD County Florida. for approvalof ...... named Court and yon are required! 'NSave
704 lu..."" Avenue said I final dlieheri* .* Eueuirlx of le a..p a app e/ pour aa.wr ': plead.titr. : :
Llv. Oak Florida Litat of Frank K. Jenkins deeeee. Inca to the. Complalat. ape. .
300 S. Patterson Street tdhe A vrn. Slaughter
I MILDRED D.LONO ALFXANDFR: This SSrd Marrh, p, 0. Box rtI.i. Live Oak Florida, salfile
r VALDOSTA GEORGIA and her husband JOE: BEN ALEX. A'llif: J. Jtt the erlilnal In the office of the'
ANDER .. Kierulrli of the luaus af Jerk of the Circuit Court InwanneeCounty.
Am.rican Embaa.y rank R. Jnklae, Doroaced Live Oak Florida, on or before
AFO Sad e|..l the llrd day of April. A. D. I III. If yen
4,8 x 1/ Interior Plywood ePatmaat.. sore to .a..... the ...., otherwise. the
C 0 Cfl New York New York NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE notation. of the Complaint. will be tat.
Per Sheet t) Z.DU Kotlr. .la hereby girl that I, Dubs n .. confeeeed by ,_
CELE8TIA: K FLETCHER: a. .uardlan MeCalllalor, aa Sheriff. of Suwanao Done and) Ordered In Live Oak, Pier"
of M. L ,..LJlTCHEIl.k/. County, Florida. In and ky virtue of da, this" tlrd day of M...... A. D. 21...
4x8x y4" Interior Plywood ANNIE: ... FLETCHER: an tnenmpetnt hat certain execution bred out of the LAVAUGHM A. SESSIONS $3.00
6.10Full I and kla wife. CELKBTIArLKTCHCR : Circuit Court In and for Suwanne Coun.ty Clerk. .f Circuit. Court
Per Sheet Florida whoro Modern Humus COB.truetlon .......* County Florida
MeAlpIn, Florida Company la Plaintiff, and (SEAL>)> Each Pair
Joh.,, Craig and his wlfa, Anal. Ree B,I Lillian ...,.....
Thick Insulation JO AA J. W. GABTON a* Administrate of Craig la defendant, by virtu of that D. C, 'e w During this event
the Fitat of O F. OREENE, demandMeAlpIn oertoln jodienent on public. rocord ofwana .. ., .
Per M
Florida .. *. County, Florida. I have .lovMpon ,
and will at,.* for ale. and tell to CALL FOB BIDS o
'f' HIRAM % Treated Sheathing JP nn and kla wife, bYT A SISSY treat door of the Cmrt MOOM m u.t idled bide foe aproxln>aioly $r t
? Per M Rout IO LI" Oak .._..... County, Florida! to I.III gallons of No. S dtoeel ell de- ;, ;
.?., .BrnMI. Florida satisfy said /juili.nonl and ..., on Ap- livened to the City Barn .. metered II* t
ill IeIl, IISI during the legal konra of ,alien late aa oallec for by ....._ //
j NORTH FT/miDA PRODUCTION the. following noMrlked' porperty, en.t Artkrecnd Central.Baeeeaaful 'e ((t.J I
4 x 8 x 3/8" Sheetrock 1 yQ( CREDIT ASSOCIATION a Fedora tore wltloe. kMder will k* reeorred to .........
Per Sheet \. & chartered cooperative aaaoelatloaUvo ISIS Ford t-door I D N... aralek. oao kandpeni and on* akM.. laak sense.- Mere N.r.e ee
AIAOI4TTI4.4 Tai No. II-1T ta be located
Oak, Florida at tko Lift Oak Banllanr '
DUE: III.CALLI.Tr... HkortffSnwaano Landfill and to make dellvorioa. to ekM. SHOE DEPT.:
Common Nails A TRI: FPDERAL: LAND RANK OP Connly, Florida teak aa called. for ky. Bnwaanc Ceuatyrtkrepad
ff\\ COLUMBIA, oriranlaed, chartered. and ".41 CoatroL ;t

Per Keg .?;. sousing puronaat tka Federal Farm i
Loan Art
P. O Boa 1411

Columbia 1, South Carolina .

d Key N Knob Lock .'.. 4.25 PAULINR RIKFB.' : ai *f the I1 1
Fetal of W. A. BIK Eft: a/k/a R
WILLIS ALLEN: TIKES, deeoaeedRoute
Bird 235 lb. Asphalt Shingles I, line IIO
Per 6.95 'Brio. *, FloridaCLEOPHUS

BIKES and hi. wit.,

4 x 8 x V Fret Magh. Paneling Route MARY 1O'Brien BIKEB i

Per Sheet 4.80 Florida
B J (CnU.iNA and kla wife, iI

12" x 12" Vinyl Asbestos Tile | O FLUARETH Branford: tlorlda COLLINS 1I I

'I Each .? ; ...,.................... .104lfc'J (Near Hlldretk) I

:. nil.DA SOON, and kl* wife. [ J iI
12" 12" n.Celote Tile AMMA LOU ROONO I f
x ,Ceiling 1A 'Urlea, Florida k

Each .: .. 1*U-..lU I
J. W. II A RIlII. JR.. and hi. wife, .
IENUKA: HARRSBraaford. *

V #24 Awning Window 17 Cft Florid

Each 1 1 .DU and all perms and parties ...1.... of -
having aay Inueoct or calm. an ......., !!
t ,......._. iudmeat aredllora ......Id. r
era, or atkerwlae.. wpon or aaainat the. -
of land deeerlked
THESE PRICES F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE :: 'UeclaratUm portleutarly a* Taklao" Ikle day la

lied .In tko. Mime ., the Clert ., the.
('Ireult" Court of Suwaane County, ', i
I Florida. ai a part ., thl* ereeeedlnaYo ,..S*
sad auk of pea are kenky netk
.i STUMP BROTHERS fled ., tko filial oeek. DeclaratnMaf
Taklne- red yen are ferine notified
that an the lltk day of April. I.... .1 iUT /
HAS ..,.. *t a* aeon IkeriaOev aa ,lie
r Court'. ...1.... will pemilt. the Hon. /

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