Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
April 15, 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
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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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Sign; New Suwannee High; School Contract I i

II Governor HayJon Burnt Signs His First Bill, A SutMnnee County 'Act Will Move Grades 9J2 To '


twTtirI Pine View For Next School Year I'

Suwannee High School will move from its historic:
) v downtown location to the I'ine View School site for next
f fi school year. '

Removal of the facility to a new site win: assured

here: Tuesday night t. when: the school board authorised its
chairman and $superintendent<< to
sign a contract with Un.. D. Uu'and convert present aeitiltea
Gay Construction Co of Jack at fine View Into a high school
aonvllle In the amount of $37I.- complex sufficient houaa trades
03$. nine thru II.FacUltlr. .
Under the term of the sgree to be added to the
ment flay will build M. faclll- present classrooms, administrative
suite and cafeteria for UM
j AdvisoryCommitteeToArlo u a high school are a tarn typing ,
: JiTirt41 room, a biology laboratory, a I
fit Final Reports chemistry and physics laboratory, I
Final reeemmene'aUana will. an Mrlcultura department, an In-
I ( fif
__ i be adapted tanlgbl Tfcandayl( duitrlal art department, a home-
by the Rawannee County BcbaalAflvbory making suite, a library and .-
L' I CViraraltl ... what U and locker rooms for physical
needed In ibis eountj lions a education
phyilcal plant tUndpalnt. and The contract With Day covers
I+ l il haw bed .. flnaaee th.. needs.Babeemmltleva part of an overall plan for a fact
under Henry Illy that U expected to tow
1 Ward, finance, and Laale C. trades sewn thru I II eventually in
Wadtwerth. 'by.leal. plant, a comprehensive plan It was
completed their week UM week necessary to divide the project In
and drafts at the resorts weremulled order to take advantage of anOCP
.. th. II eemmllleeembers punt authorised to replaceBuwannea
far sleds prior la I** lltih School which was

---.o '_ <___-" all,t.. aw.tlsg.C.mmllt badly damaged by Hurricane
.. CkalrNuua Oar Dora.
teats Benste* Ileasten W. Roberta left, and Representative LCM N. U.Donald. .: t.....,11I both hors by the a....... Caaaty delegallwi. aatkartalng the ached. enee II. Bailiff mid here Tata- The contract calls for part of

I rttktk ... a. as Gcvervtar Hayden Bar* ,......, signs kit tint act af bard to borrow mane;; If aeeded to kegta ....&nfU.. .. tke ... kith arbaolere day that kla. 's'., well ...* the facilities to be ready prior to
... fluids Legislators .*. to ....... to. Tauabaseee. It waa a total kill naked k> Tke K..... Ailed. a eantract far ,.. work Taetda* alehh ,..4U See ekJeeUvee al Unlattfemeeting September. 10 for UM when school
and Ikal formal prea* bettns for a new term In late Au- 1
enlallat. af till ""' ...U..* tuit All work ls to be completed
Meeting Set For April 23 Council Suspends<< Use Melvin Resigns findings ..... be Mad April within 140 working days
tt at a meeting new bring Oar said here Tuesday night
Of Parking Meters
OTHINK/UG01 planned.Tsnfektt. that work would begin Monday on
Suwannee River Included In Wild '
The to City Caancn astraved aplaa Pastorate Local meeting will ka ..1. the project
aversan partialrden al tka Rig DI.. ReaUaraal and Advisory Committee Chairman
With ...... C. Wsdswerth River Bill Now Before CongressThe Oak at Ito lie dew saeetlag.ta.n Tea Uve Advent Church all ......,. af tk. ...../... Clarence If. lUUlff and Physical
and wheel board have Indlesl* Plant Bub-committee Chairman
Suwaunee River Is included In a bill now before day ....&. Tbe eai|>in.l..n be. .. they win ka present far final Louie C, Wadavorth witnessed the
&mslbevents efeeUve andwn The Nelson B. Melvin
eve Wadnaaday Rev *
that occurred the U. S. Senate,. known as the Wild Rivers Act that It ran .....ftalltIr.TIM tor of the Advent Christian pa appreval af rye reparta. signing of the contract
In the current
or win ke fInalS passed would make the entire river from Ita source in the
...-ua. saeser aaanenelaB Church presented his resignation >9
r .r two reefs S-partod- ....could-weD...m teat... Ohf.nok.. Rwamp In CeorttU to the Gulf and the out. s..s.u-"-lid. ....... .. ... .....=-..u" s5- & ....-.' Jie.whlswan., ..I'' ,
wlopsaaa thou .. _______ __ ... _
-4fl. would ..-.w na Uve Oak .......... Sunday morning service April 4.
As U U. Crewg pat It Tuesday free flowtng condition.Mixed !. ...... ......, Ole CawnellanUMrtsed The church granted his reques Legislators Sec Boys Ranch .
nlgfct when band SuperteWrn- Rev. Johnson Is opinions as to the vahieef MA,.e J. Marvtorkints that he be released. on June TIn .
drat Henry )i. Polsom" armed such an act eUt both In this to stake anrtbaUen. to a prepared' statement.. Pastor Facilities; Enjoy Chicken DinnerOver
to contract with ares and In Washington.T the federal tevemmant its Melvln said that for the past two
their denatures a
H. B. Day OowtructJon Co. ofJacksonville. New Pastor For better present plans for the ,.... to pas far a .......... years he had carried In his heart 400 people, Including legislators and the gen
tlUa aould be the river under the act. a pub a meet.Ing alva drainage system f.. Uve a dream af building a new church. era) public, were treated to fried, chicken dinner and a
dart of a school syalen to this Wcstwood Church win be held Friday, April U. ok.SuwannecCounty. Now that were look at the Florida' Sheriff Ranch during a Ugfola.
10 00 .... In the DOl'
at Craw City at : s a on the three
will ke met adeojuata held'
eounty that Due Courthouse at which told : tin Appreciation Day Saturday at the Ranch
County of
and the tlnast thine thatever He/ore the dinner. )legislators and the nubile
are to were
Washington plannere!
\y time he said. "I
happened here", Members ef liven guided tours ef the Ranch. '
outline Met what Is eontmplated' that I will
the school surentee.Tonight board appreved theirchairman's If the measure bacomee law Gets $174,988Buwannee tat be permittedshare The tours were conducted by legislative Journals

Joseph P Ksytor. assistant aIM 1.0 In .Its Ranch residents AtnilaMf At Democrat
The fried chicken dinner tot
at a Joint 1DH 1\11rt1b 4 doctor of the bureau of out County. Will receive wmpiete" fulfill e guests wss provided by the ........ .. bet* UMt rtactd.
.the school board the U-man s4vtaory door recreation hah s bees assigned imjM as Its part of the 111 mil. nent. people of Buwannee County and tats Benate and the PtorldeNatMe
......u..on wWeh I have the Department af Interior to lion dollars that Florida" public lie evpmand'he was prepared ever the waUhful ef b>a,eaanUUvee are
bean prlvUedfed to acne sine tuftppomtsacnt etpUtn the measure at the CrvssCtty ;Wads have been ranted under hope that In eye ef Sheriff Duke MoCalUsler .,....... si the BnwsaneeOenMeeal
last August win meeting. I the newly passed Pederal Aid toEducation the remaining Mike Edwards a resident ef the aflfee far nr.....'.
adopt tu final reonmmeiMlallnne Oongraaatanal laesabere from I I I: WO. weeks of the ehurch'pastor rtlsUonahip ,Ranch and a junior at Buwannee ......, HetMlan W. ....,..
rinds this week autsested that the ,.*
Borne neighboring counties win parsonage
eosapteteschool ....
and sat teationa on a Ugh School welcomed the visit ass RefMrveeataUve tt,
sysusa for the oouoty and t Interested attend the Cross City (Hex 4 CasMnaid en Page II INe. I CeeiUMed an r... II ore and reminded them that the MeDeetaM are ....... the
pan ill saetliod by which such meeting and bear tint band what Ranch Is being maintained thru JMmale to tale awwt>..we. .aa,.
ls planned and tins decide wheth
,faetaues eaa ke fteaneed. private contributions sod does la lens, the>aswr agreed
What sew have felt the cmajsnlttee erUwWIIII.-a.WI.U. .\flnlitrrial\ Alliance Event not seek public Bid. .. aaalnUto a file ., the |*.rn.
took ameaetve Urns to ..- ane John A. Madigsn Jr. attorney ale fee eea ef the general ptjk-
A pleU Its sleds and 0ndID .1 ono n Is pointed sad the btn could Sunrise Easter Service Sunday On for the Plorkts. BherUfa Aancl. ....
\ttoffw that K took Urn to be arttit be the answer' to yean ef hopesas lion, told the visitors how the hW......, Lei C. "...*
an facts were studied and far as development of the river Ranch came to be and some of the wartb said .... waek that k.
'........* beta reoonsaeoda* Is flawed er ... the ether hand. Coliseum Grounds At 6:30 AJ\I.\ plans for the future ........ ... vwa af ..... like
thme ran ftna&aed, might result to M development.TtaM Borne of the WeloJalora who si. by heal either. drtag the
the meeting ., Clue City The annual Easter Sunrise Service will climax a week
I ass ewuia every reeeaasamdatton tended the appreciation dty were new.a. ya regwlsr bawra. lie
atade reflects the aineereeonrtnalon Eft- and subsequent eanfereneee as to of Easter activity in the Live Oak area. Senators L. P. Gibson *f Madiwm.louston _Nd el tINt enMowsesMudM
ef the __taM en -The Rev, this l new preyil, rem ef the bill win benterprvted The Sunrise Service wlil be held on the grounds In W, "Roberts ef LIve Oak. ......., and .... n*..
what te ....... and should bedene week ........ the pastorate ef er Implemented. be- I Front of the Suwannee County Coliseum at 6:30 Sundaymnmlnr. and John M Bpotswoml ef Key weld liM p... Manday tore
to fcttaf n about.Thae the Weatwoad BapUrt Church efthis sew_ ef trae tmpwUneeBearings 0-" I" Me.. f CaeiU.a.d set Pass II I rtW6I.I .

,t em to ef tasdcbVi this the cwanly meM eluting Important tar tt eowMbe ewldtoaeltoasetwal embald Cb rch ctty.the of IU Durant Bay eamee Minrtu.Chapel to Weatwoodfross Ala.Baptist watts this' Bin menUi nave I..*.en bun M the Wsahtngton scnewuMlater m.,a ure.I., -Rev The ef. Raymond-Bt sermoa Lute win 11.Episcopal be White given Jr.Church by. rector the- I Contract Signed For ;Nero Bails School I If

been Introduced to the
syatan that wrffltmhaaes Rev. Johnson received hie atd n bad not
aUntetm of the
with ether eonvasuntty
ttss eawntjTi preatlteAetle Pep edocauon at the Vntventtytt BOUM as ef last week.bitorlev .
i WlHJasa Cwsltee. department officials I I partldpallnt. +
MlaaaL Carey +
_& Coffee cad donate win be served' :
and kJovOe CoBete. Be la a Ita said to Washington that the *iwatmne folkrelng .
Oak Klwanie
by the Use Club
; *) by the fair Osanctt to gradttato of Dew Orleans BapCMOisMasii River was todudad to UM the servtoe.Msay i- w
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About ,

O-llzett FLORIDA'S In
This It Happened

r e And Farm

tJag That Suwanncc .County, Florida


Cancer Research Progress Batter Vpl

How icon can we expect a cure for cancer? April is the month when Major League baseball 4 By

It to a disease of tremendous complexity, yet begins In twenty American cities across the Come

research gains already made have led some scientists country. Baseball Is still the National Pastime, Taken From The Fifes Of z.

to predict we will see the problem solved even though some say professional football is goingto DEMOCRAT
An Increase of 128,000 bead in THE SUWANNEE
within our lifetime. replace It in a few years,
the past year has moved Floridaup
There la reason for this hopeful outlook. Withal As such, it Is a sport fans want kept clean, two positions to rank Uth among I I

the short span of 25 years, we have made such and with few exceptions, professional baseball has all the states in beef cattle 1915 ty registration supervisor. Out- week and will require approzl.mately .
progress as this: been kept remarkably clean. There have been population. ton A. Bonnell at the Courthouse 60 d.,.. Niels H. Brorsen.
A drug has been developed In treating a rare few scandals, little corruption hardly any known According to official figures of There were three alarms of fire by closing time Wednesday. The local contractor, to doing the re-
type of cancer found In women after pregnancy Infiltration by gamblers. livestock on farms January 1 Saturday night. The first about figure shattered by a \large mar' modeling. Bank President Louis J,

It is the first solid tumor ever to respond favorablyto Players themselves have accepted this code this year, there were 1,607.000 9 o'clock brought the departmenton gin Bonnell said, the total voting Day said the alterations planned
head of beef cattle on Florida a quick run to the rear of How. eligibility list for Suwannee would relieve the congested lobby
and club
chemotherapy. owners, even though often criticized because
states east of the ard Street, where It found the County. and make: for more efficient
The "Pap" smear was developed making it they seek profits, have done a good Job in farms. Among cruel flames devouring a little banking service.
nosed out Indianafor
possible to discover uterine cancer cells In an early keeping their operations on the level and Mississippi we 12:30 took
proper 4th place. house. The second at The local: band will make Its rOainesvitte -- --
and curable stage. The mortality rate of cancer keeping out of scandals and above connections with of those quiet
In the Southeast we stepped up the boys to another first public appearance here Saturday win play the Su
of the uterus once the most feared of all formsof gambling or illegitimate elements. to 3rd place. Ahead ofII are secluded structures, standing like i afternoon at twothirtywith wannee Bulldogs twice during the
cancer in women, has dropped 50 per cent in 25 This is the way Americans want their sports- Kentucky and Mississippi, in that' a sentinel in a back yard. The a short concert in front of next eight days In baseball as the

free of taints from gambling, corruption and undesirable order. same cruel flames eating into Its the Courthouse. Director B. E mid-point of the season to reach.

years.At present, there Is no preventive or cure for activities.. So long as management and Total beef cattle numbers in the vitals. The brave boys drove sadly Black in announcing the concert ed.Today

leukemia, but the lives of patients are being prolonged ownership play the game fair and square, It is not U. S. Increased 1.477.000 during from each burning building without pointed out that his musicians (Friday) the team win
with new combinations of drugs, and many too much to ask players to play the same Thatis 1964 and on January 1 were $0,- attempting to make a res had practiced only 60 days and play in Gainesville with the Pur.
'dentists believe that cures will be found for this what sports Is all about. 311000. However dairy cattle declined cue. It may have been that they stated he wished the people of this pie Hurricanes making a return
other 813,000 to 26.841.000 head. wanted to carry a victim from a county to see and hear the progress I trip here next Friday.
type of cancer sooner than for any branches cancer.of Profits are important, and even may be necessary During 1964 Florida's dairy: burning building but they would bring made. The Bulldog win travel to
Hundreds of scientists in many upon occasion, but what has characterized the cattle population dropped 6000 not risk entering either. The Mayo for a game Tuesday.
cancer research are working long hours in laboratories best in American baseball is that in many Instances head to 241,000 at the start of third run was for 'a forest fire Miss Lucia Carolyn Walker

across the country to find new clues to in the past owners have often put the sport itself this year some miles in the country. They daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Children in the first and second
fathom the mysteries of a disease which takes the above the profit motive This Is expecting Florida's swine population on did not reach It. They didn't work Walker of this city became the grade whose parents have given

lives of more than 800 Americans a day. too much when one expects this to always be the January 1 totaled 320,000 head Sunday. They grinned.The bride of James Vernon Smith also their written consent, will receive

The head of one of the largest research centers case, but this has often been true and that U part off slightly from a year ago, but and of this city son of Mr. and Mrs. Inoculation shots of the new Salt
has said, "People think there is a lot of money of baseball's heritage in the United States that the state held Its rank of 22nd in I musical society: J. V. Smith of Plnetta. In a simple vaccine: from the Suwannee County
available for cancer. There really Isn't. There are make it somewhat unique. the nation. However. Georgia met Tuesday evening at the homeof ceremony at the home of the Health Department as soon as
things we wish could be done ." showed a decline of 197.000 head Mrs C. A. Hardee. bride's parents at 1230.: The impressive the drug to made available
many This Is worth keeping in mind when you are -Cocoa Tribune and slipped from 10th to 13th The main, feature was a paper ling ceremony was performed Family physicians are prepared
American Cancer Society place nationally with 1.290.000 on the poet. Sidney Lanler, by by the Rev Atone R. Martin to give the vaccine to pre-achool
conlribute to the
asked to this year. Miss Golden. Readings from the of the First Presbyterian children and those In the third
during its annual April Crusade against Can Unchecked Leader In the meantime, analyses of same poet by Misses Mattie Church Sunday grade up. The vaccine to at present
cer. The pace of support for cancer research must President Johnson is exercising more power slaughter reports and production Thompson and Marian White. Piano In limited quantity and the

be stepped up to bring closer the day of victory. than any other President ever did, at least in our plans indicate strengthening prices duet by Misses Bessie Bardin health department advised that

Your dollars can help. lifetime. We feel that he Is not doing this with for beef cattle and hogs durIng and Vannte Drew. Piano solos by 1955M. parents who want to have their

-Lake Wales News intelligent restraint. Congress being swept along 1911& I note one argrlcultural Miss Bessie Bardin and Miss Hen J. KIrby local electrical appliance children vaccinated by their family
business report forecasts a decline rietta Oroover and vocal solos by physician should contact him
with the momentum of leadership, whether out dealer, was sworn in rue.d. .-
of the this year of around one billion Mrs. D. O Henry. ., night as a member of the so that be can order his supply
persuasion that he is right In
Wasted MarkersThis every cue or .
pounds in production of beef and council to replace Leon McDonald
may not be as earth-shaking an idea as just because this is the easiest course we cannot pork compared with 1964. An ad ran In the Suwannee who resigned when he moved
say Democrat Suwannee Springs Sulphur James Wells Now
some which are treated in Democrat editorials but : from ward three. Harold Ollmore
the lives of highway travelers could be made happier Johnson has political debts to pay and he has It appears that the Department Springs Water; Will deliver was named president of the council Serving In Okinawa

if something were done to overcome an annoying the currency with which to compensate his supporters. of Labor to determined to revolutionize in your 8 gallon car boys In Uve to replace McDonald who was Marine Private First Class

little habit of the plaque-placers. The legislative branch of our national government the U. 8. farm labor arrangement Oak for fifty cents. Car boys filled serving as president when tie re James A. Wells son of Mr. and

The subject was brought freshly to mind this is, on the whole, performing\ like a groupof no matter what It same Rees day and delivered Rees. Phone or signed. Mrs. W. O. Wells of Live Oak

week, during a drive to Tallahassee, by an impor- puppets with LBJ handling the strings costs the farmers write was promoted to his present rank

tant-looking historical marker beside the highway.At Special interest groups have the President'sear I heard the Secretary of Laboron The City Council met In regular Roy L. Crews, principal of su- March 1. while serving with the
a TV-news broadcast one wannee High School this week Third Motor
and Transport
cruising speed the driver's eye picks up the all-out-support.. session Monday night. The follow.
first two words: "Construction of ..' Sooner or later. we hope not too late Cong evening recently after he to had log clerks and Inspectors were appointed tendered his resignation as principal Third Marine Division, at Camp A
to California see
made a trip of the local school to the Schwab. Okinawa. :
What wu constructed by whom, when and resss will awaken from its hypnotic condition and conditions there for himself His for the general election :Board of Public Instruction. He The battalion provides land A
The bronze start acting like the Independent to be held May 4, U15. Clerk J. H.
where, must forever remain a mystery. branch of government remarks were not reassuring. I asked that It be effective June 30 transportation for assault elements
placard erected so boldly on its standard, is close it is supposed to be.Press He noted seasonal farm wagesin Wallace. Inspectors R. L. Helvenston. 'of this year at the close of the of the Third Marine Division.

by a heavily-traveled, two-lane highway, at a spot OazetteMilton the past had been dictated bIll Daniel Hair and A. E. Hol I current school session. A graduate of Suwannee High \
Isn't turf shoulder to pull a with opportunity for :land.
where there enough growers no School Wells entered the service
car out of the way of traffic. workers to bargain collectively ss Extensive renovation and modernization ta July 19 J.
To anyone interested In Florida history, and Should Be Eliminated do other workers In large areas of 1940 of the Commercial m m

many people are;the bronx plate>> un4oubt* From now on, he stated growers Louie cCtWadsworth was named 1i.
a message of Interest. Where it II'pla.oed., graveyards throughout the unincorporated areas
must expect to provide adequate president-elect of the Suwannee
however, the only safe way to read it would,be by of the county hase become an increasingly serlours housing for workers and I County Chamber of Commerce at
flashlight at about 2 a.m., when highway trafficis problem.It .
their families plus the services the annual election of officers 1
lightest. Is a problem that won't and can't be solved that go with family living, such as last Thursday evening. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
The "same 'short-sightedness In the placing, of until county coning regulations are adopted and schools, churches hospitals, etc. Selected to fill the vice president !-

historical marker Is a national weakness By and enforced. I gathered from his commentshe I places were J. S, Harvard Veneer One or Two Baths

large, the plaque-placers haven't learned yet that In many cases the automobile graveyards visualises communities of farm and W. Louis Tedder Directors

,Americans no longer travel by horse and buggy. or junkyards do not seem to be used even for labor families, wages paid accordIng selected In addition to the three FHA or CONVENTIONAL
A perfect example of the right way to handle salvage operations and to supply parts for older to union scales and a minimum I officers were Kelly 'Weaver Alfred
the matter is furnished by the Fort Fraser marker of migration from one region T Alrth. Thomas H. Redford Financing
cars.The to another. With high William C. Alrth. J, L. McMullen. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
beside U 8. Highway 98, north of Bartow. By cooperation mounds of junked
cars just continue to
enough pay and adequate living and Jim Bevan.
of the Polk County commission and the
accumulate.It .
conditions, he suggests, there'll be Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
county historical society: a paved turn-off was to a situation which has been
too long neg plenty of domestic labor available The Rev. Karl Koestllne. pastor
provided, whero several carloads of travelers at a lected.The and preuure to Import supplemental I of the Live Oak Methodist Church, SELECT YOURS NOW

time may stop and read at leisure. longer It to continued to be neglected fol'til1labor win fade will preach the baccalaureate sermon

Less satisfactory. but better than most, is the the worse it will become, and the longer and hard away for the senior class of Suwannee Contact
location of the Fort Carroll] marker in the median er It will be to correct it. High School Sunday

strip of State Road 60 at Connersvllle east of Action should have been taken long since It sounds good _, over the air night at the First Methodist W. G. MULLINS

Bartow. There lent as much parking room here Okalcosa News-Journal Crestvlew or on paper but growers In the Church ,
as Is provided for the Fort Fraser plaque, but thereIs West the Southwest and down Phone 36242057I
enough space for the determined reader to man- benin Florida have been finding A total of 1.015 people bad registered
doNn'work at least, an the books af the mun-
euver Into. Conservation Gains Support It just ----- -- -- ---

These bronze markers are moderately expensive not overnight.
Anti-water pollution and
water conservation
It's the "crash program" of I
and represent a great deal of historical research -
forces In this nation seem to be gaining more support changeover in the farm labor
to uncover the facts, and considerable effortat
situation which has caused the
tight writing to get the message of Interest condensed The Oreat Society to emphasising solutions of current crisis. A change as radical -

In the confines of the plate. such problems; both economic and aesthetic which as the one the Labor department

It U a shame, after the expenditure of that are occurring in all parts of the country. to trying to enforce to one I SAT .

much time and money, to make it difficult if not If we do something about the pollution of our that needs several yean to put

Impossible, for the traveling public to share the information rivers, streams and lakes more and better recreation Into effect without disrupting the ON THE 5
More foresight in locating the markers agricultural economy in many
areas win be provided across the country.
would infinitely increase their value. states. FASTEREGGS
Recreation facilities will become, in turn, an economic Some day we may have all of
The suggestion has been made in some quarters
boost for many sections. our American farm labor require
that a double could be served along
And most of us prefer to view a stream free ments filled by American workers.
the Interstate highways being built in Florida by r rI
of detergent foam discarded tires, or waste from Right now. however, many grow'
providing rest-stop turnouts at locations where bta.tor1caJ
industry and cities whereby our aesthetic appreciation era are shifting or planning to
markers reasonably could be placed.
to approved.We move their operations outside the
filnee federal regulations, so far, forbid the U. 8* just to stay In business.I .
must, addition think about protecting
our I
locating of service stations or restaurants on the noted one report recently that
Interstate thruways aome break In the monotony water supply for both future private and commercial when Governor Edmund (Pat I

is badly Deeded The swiftly unrolling miles can uses. Brown was Informed recently
treacherously lull the unwary driver Into a sleepy We know of no good argument In opposition to that labor developments might

trance if he has no opportunity for a change of both conservation and nonpollution.Cocoa cost California's economy as
Tribune much as $700,000.000 eventually 1A
pace.Closer he quickly reversed his position of
collaboration between the roadmakersand
support for reliance on the Labordepartment's
the plaque-placers would be of benefit to the .

traveling public, Tile Suwanncc Democrat program.Consequently. California has THEY WONT HATCH and neither will money keptat .

-Polk County Democrat Bartow certified its urgent need for 13,000

OP UVE OAK FLORIDA foreign farm workers during the home. However, your money will increase annually on

y., "1n ski Herl ./ ito S......... Rtes r.- next 3 to 4 months,
just You And I deposit at the Commercial Bank and is insured to 10000.I
, PoP. of United States ,._ 110.000.000l BANNJICoDIIoUdated: LEADER Florida Fruit and Vegetable

Pop. sa Its orover .000.000 fetabUahed.Mte-t4 a-1884, Taarsday August 1M7 f1s. Established.. OHUMT Street 1888r Celery Association Advisory and Committee''the Florida have Money i in the bank is safe from fire, wind and theft .
BaL left to do the work ._ "'
Louie C. Wadaworth. Editor A Publisher
... Information about a mechanical
: ... Pop J1 yn or younger __ _.. .000.000 Clara S. Wadaworth........ Associate Editor celery harvester which the Inventor keep it there.

BaL left w do the work ,000,000 Walter Lee OUt ...... AdT rtisln j Manager Joseph E. Weld of Dover.

'; 1'op working for 00. 2'.000.000 George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman Florida believe can be adaptedto f
Bali left to do the work _ 41.000.000
Second Pass fosUfe Pal d'AUw Oak, FloridaSUBSCIUPTION use in this state.
Pop In CtJ or State offices 22,000.000 SuwannM County 84.00 In a letter to me not. lone ago

Bali JeR to do the won 21,000,000pop. RATES outside Buwannee County |8.00 Mr. Weld reported successful

i Armed IWoeI __-- ._ 11.000.000 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable to AdftneeUDmIIROPI demonstrations have been made
'; >>saL :Len to 40 lobe work ..- ,000.000 In Ohio and California. Manufacturing COMMERCIAL BANK
rights are bM by a
... pop ta BOIIIitall a baDe Asylums 4.121.000i firm In Albuquerque N. U. .. r'
do the work _.. ., 11.000
kit to
i sal -
I ... & ( Price of a complete harvester J"w" OF LIVE OAK
in the Jails .
Persory 1UWt to nearly ''.000.Mr.Weld reports
..pALANCE I.W1 TO_DO THJ WORK whereas the cutting unit alone LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
.y TWO-YOU AND XLet' Mils for 1X300.I .
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WOMeN O'Brien and John Russell AveryJr 1
? son of Mr and Mrs John '
Russell Avery 8r-of Live Oat exchanged -
nuptial vows, March 25.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor at seven-thirty In the evening in
the OBrlen Methodist Church I
with the Rev W. T. Ne some ICi'o
Miss Brabham, Mr. William Exchange Nuptial performing the ceremony ,

Vows In Candlelight Church Ceremony April 3 Three and fourteen baskets branched of white candelabra q1CiV t

Miss Barbara Ann Brabham, daughter of the Rev, gladioli and white mums Intermingled
and Mrs. Spivey M. Brabham and Winton Edwin Williams with greenery furnished .,
the son of Mrs. W. E. Williams and the late Mr a I the wedding background. Bridal I
. Williams, were united in marriage on April third at eight bows marked the family pews
I, o'clock in the evening, at the First Methodist Church with ear Miss Virginia Wells furnished 5'I
. the Rev, John R. B bham. cousIn I the program of wedding music Il
l, of the bride. and the bride's uchera. The bride selected for her wedding Escape to r '
j father Rev Spin Brabham of. The bride was given, in marriage a street length dress of white
the .. ,
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t The background for the ceremony she wore an original hand- The sheath skirt featured a front and take i
were palma fresh emerald made Delafean gown featuring a panel edged with white lace. She Stacy t a
foliage baskets, one fifteen branch hand-clipped Chantllly lace bolero wore a white orchid corsage and a Ames
crescent candelabra two nine >> with a portrait neckline: and string of white pearls a gift of dashing l
branch candelabra one three call lily sleeves over a white peau the groom young t ;
branch candelabra and two bask de sole gown with a sleeveless Miss Linda Welch of O'Brien 1
eta of white gladioli and mum fitted bodice. The deml bell shape i was maid of honor She wore a dotted k" h
Miss Elaine Dennis, organist, ed skirt had a voluminlus detachable beige street length dress with dress with
rendered a program of nuptial chapel train. Her single elbow navy accessories and a pink car you -it's
music and accompanied Mrs Della length hand rolled veil of silk nation eon.,.. the kind
Bland who sang "Whither Illusion was attached to a pouf Howard Wright of Lire Oak of fresh
Thou Ooest", "I Love Thee", and shaped bonnet made of matchinglace served as best man. cool look I
-Wedding Prayer" trimmed in peau de sole. The mother of the bride wore that 7'V 1. \ !
Miss Eileen Kunert was maid She carried a cascade bouquet of t tk an aqua green drew with whit '
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of honor Miss Karen Perry and white feathered carnations huh of accessories and a pink cornstlon ,M II
Miss LeNelle Phillips were brides the valley centered with a pure: corsage heat waves 0
maids. They wore dresses of aqua white orchid from which fell white' The step-mother of the groom Sleeve free, 'j / I
blue .satin fashioned on slim fitted satin streamers. wore a floral print dress with and ,
idea, sleeveless with scooped The bride's mother was dressedIn Covering the punch table was a Ross, Mrs. Charles Brou.hton, beige accessories and a pink carnation romantically ,. Jy ,
necklines and featuring a full ev- a pink brocade taffeta sheath white organdy cloth over green Mrs. Perry Holmes Mrs. Green corsage ruffled a
ersklrt of aqua blue silk organza with a matching Jacket She wore and gracing the table in a teardrop I Ross, Mrs. Tom Cheek Mrs Brax Mrs. Avery U a graduate of from i'
with a satin band fastened with white accessories and an orchid cutglaas compote was s ton Dennis' and Mrs. Jason Ken- Branford High School 6 I
a flat"now of satin la the back corsage formal massed arrangement of Mr Avery is a graduate of 9 They wore matching satin bows In The groom's mother wore a white gladioli white roses bsby.. non.Mrs.. Williams graduated! from wannee Hlih School and Is employed end a ,
their hair and carried crescent sheath of white lace over yellow breath and spiraea, silk butter. Suwannee High School. Mr, WIN by the Live Oak Fire De Of 65% Amel*. sV
shaped bouquets of pale pink carnations taffeta white acne sorlea, and an files were Interspersed throughout Hams, a graduate of Su,'annee partment. 35X Fondle.
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with matching satin orchid corsage.Following the arrangement furthering High School .Is with the State Following a wedding! trip to Miami in blue,
streamers. the ceremony tha Its aesthetic quality Road Department. the couple are making their
Rhonda Jean Skinner flower bride's parents entertained with a The bride's book table held the Following a trip to South Flare home in Live Oak at 305 Parshley orbeige
girl wore a full skirted sleeveless reception' In the Fellowship hall anniversary candle and bride's ida they will reside temporarily Street print
dress of aqua blue with an of the church. book which was presided over by at 112 Van Buren Street on a white
aqua blue ovenklrt She wore a The cake table was overlaid Mrs Cecil Dunn Among the 250 guests attend background.Sixes .
matching bow In her hair and with a white cutwork imported Serving at the reception were ing the ceremony were many Goodwill Chili Met 10
carried a lace basket of pink carnation cloth over pale green. Miniature members of the Wesleyan Guild friends and family of the bide: The Goodwill Club met last to 18.
petals. bridal bouquets were super- and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillip. Mrs.I I and groom from out of town Tuesday April sixth In the homeof I
James X. Bird served as best Imposed on sliver three branched Wayne Plttman. Mrs. W U Ted e a Mrs Martha Kellogg
man. Ushers were Danny Brab candelabras which flanked the der Miss Janet Broughton. Mm To clean leather upholstery use Mrs. Maude Skeen will be the $ ;
ham and David Morgan Don Allen beautiful frosted three-tiered I I Susan Alien Miss Unda AUen.: mild soap and a damp cloth April 20 hostess at her home on
and Carl Moore were assistant wedding cake Mrs Jlmmle Allen. Mrs. W, 1..1'I Dont use furniture polish the White Springs Road.
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Below Stale AverageSuwannee I Cabinet Presented Guidance Council I Vocational Office JH4itk

County Ranks 37th, In Cannes new program PlannedA In vocational 1

office education will be offered WASHINGTON

State In Per Pupil ExpenditureFlorida by Suwannee High School __.L ,
Principal John J. Johnson announced MARCH OF EVENTS
ranks in the lower 20 per cent of the nationin this. week.

total state and county expenditure for public education primary According ebjeetlve to Johnson of the terminal the- POST ornci SPYING I LInER CARRIER HEAD

as a percentage of total expenditure, according to a badness education course .Is ON IMflOYES lAPPED rnonm PRACTICE I
issued this week the Florida Education Association
report by U prepare student vocationally HENRY CATHCABT
The state is exceededthe by 40 states and ranks with U take their place In the buslnees Central B/ Press Watgto Writer
lower 10 states In expenditurefor Hamilton $38828 and Ollchrlst world as secretarial aad/_ TOTASinNGTOX-Conr eu is up In arm over a long-standing
public education. $443.77. I clerical workers.At YV of the Post Office Department of spying on 1Uemployes
Utah is the leading state in thepercentage Neighboring Lafayette County the present time school practice the poet offices. They have employes to look
of expenditure for one of the smallest in the state personnel are conducting a in bigger mirrors in wash rooms, stand at vantage
education with 470 per ranks .second In total determinethe through one-way
public expense per community survey to large work area and in many other ways checkup
cent of their expenditures going pupil with an expenditure of number of office clerical or points.. ...over......'"""( a,c: to make sure that no postal employe III'
for education. They are followed $483.81 per student This figure lithe office secretarial! positions that shirking his job or pilfering the mails
closely by Indiana and New Mexico average expenditure per pupil make up job potentials In the I' 1'' .. At a recent: Senate mibcommltUe hearing
with 'U and 45.3 per cent re- in the United States. The average I Suwannee County area. t : ; on the controversy President Jerome J. Keat
spectlvely. Florida spends 33.3 in Florida is $403.00 per county. 1 : ing of the National Association: of letter Car.
per cent of its general expendi- Florida's expenditure per pupil riers was protesting the practice. To Illustrate
tures on education.At runs from a high of $51898 in 1 i4, Funeral Services a point he was making, Keating told the fol.
the county level for cur- moderate size Charlotte County to A three drawer filing cabinet given to the Suwannee Junior lowing story:
rent expense per pupil. Suwannee a low of 299.03 per pupil in Du- High School by the Live Oak Kiwanis Club. Standing from left te Nolan Infant "It all reminds me of the eccentric char.
County ranks 37th among Flor- val County. right are, A. E. Bruner, chairman ef the Kiwanls Vocational Gnld- acter who sprayed his garden with a weird
ida's 67 counties Suwannee New York is the leading stateIn andce Committee mixture every day which, he said was .
; Miss Lonnie Bob Hurst, high school guidance guaranteed
spends $35949 per pupil as com- expenditure per pupil with an counselor; Mrs. Virginia Alford Junior High School guidance counselor Held TuesdayFuneral L to keep tigers from his door. When he
pared to the state average of average of $790.00. It II followedby I was told that then were no tigers in the
$37212 per pupil. Alaska with $643.00, and New and Lavaughn Sessions, member ef the Kiwanis Vocational services for Jennifer The Capitol vicinity! and never had been be replied, Tou
Expense pupil for some with 607.00 expenditureper Guidance Committee. Mnlan Infant daughter of Mr. and '" I'
per Jersey -- seethat shows how effective this stuff is.
neighboring counties are: Colum pupil. Mrs James Nolan noi Live Oak, No stomp oKeating Insisted that the Post Office Department
bia $330.31, Madison $344.39 Mississippi is last with only were held at the graveside Tues approval/ doesn't ILHclIpI.s to keep Its workers
$273.00 being expended per pupil. Honor Roll At Sales Tax Collections day April 13. In the Live Oak honest
Alabama and South Carolina are Continue To IncreaseThe Cemetery. Father Antonio Dies e tB
Will Enforce the low expenditure list of the Epiphany Catholic Church, "
next on Suwannee state sales tax collectionsIn SPIDER WEB 'FAClOKY"-JW&'slnrenu1t1 has been put to
with 288.00 and $289.00 respectively High March, based on February Lake City conducted the services the test and found adequate throughout the whole history of
The child was born In the PIne But It remained for an Army staff
industrial development
Law On business, totaled $23,42800134,
Parking r Is AnnouncedHonor according to Ed Strtughn. direc- View Hospital Valdosta three 0a4April sergeant to utilise a product of nature to meet a pressing need
and died
11 1965
tor of the Revenue Commission in the field of optics.
Funeral Services
Lights DrivingThe roll students at S wan- This was an Increase of $2.313,- hours after birth. the Some optical Instruments require super-fine cross hairs Manufacturing
nee High School for the fourth six 21901 or 1095 per cent over Survivors In addition the stuff Is aa extremely expensive process and the
Florida Highway Patrol has Held! April 13 weeks period were announced this March of a year ago. The fiscal parent Include a brother, James coat of these hairs has been prohibitively high. It was found that
announced that the section of the week by Principal John Johnson year Increase July thru March Nolan Jr. Live Oak; and two the web spun by a black widow spider, a most poisonous insect,
regulatory traffic law that deals Those with an A record for the Is $22,224.420 or 13.15 per cent. grandmothers, Mrs. Helen Nolan wu ideal and so the sergeant went Into business for himself
with the use of parking lights, For W. Langston honor roll were: Suwannee County's sales tax and Mrs Marlon Nlcoll both residents His "factory" Is the trailer home In which he lives on an
while the vehlncle Is In motion Bobbl Davis JimmIe Ellis. Nell for March of 1965 was $25.1110.111. of Miami.. Army post near Washington. Black_widow spiders are plentiful
I will be enforced Immediately. Funeral services for Willie Evans Joyce Johnson. Margie an eight per cent rise from MarchOf in the area. Whenever he gets aa order for some webbing he
I Sergeant Floyd Crawford safety (Bud) Langston resident of McDonald Casey McFarland. and 1964. Race Track Fund simply observes his wife.
I officer of troop B, whclh Includes Branford were held Tuesday Theresa MUllcan all seniors; and Some of the surrounding coun- State Comptroller Ray E. Green It seems that the spiders like the under-side of his trailer.
Suwannee County has April 13. at'3:00: p.m. in the First Janis Freeman eleventh grade ties and their percentage of said today checks for 58.000 are Whenever he hears his wife scream he rushes to her side-with
I been Informed that the parking Baptist Church of Branford. The Listed on the honor roll with change over March of 1984 were: being mailed to each of the 07 a glass jar and captures the spider that's sure to have been
I lights traffic law Is the policy Rev. Harold Combs conducted the averages of B or better by classes Columbia $01.68529. a 33.3 per counties as their share of the the cause of the alarm.
I now In effect. According to Crawford -I services and was assisted by the were: cent change: Ollchrlst U.S29.12. a April race track tax fund dlstrlmtlon. From that point on, it's simply a matter of feeding the Insect
warnings have been given InI Rev. Allen Price. Burial was in Grade 12: Daisy Allbrltton. 3.8 per cent change; Hamilton two files a day, and letting nature take Its course. The owner
I the past for violations that will the Maypop Cemetery with the Barbara Bailey, Eleanor Dees $8'!7.57, a 144 per cent change; The comptroller reported each of this "business harvests the web that results, cleans it with
call for citations James B. Daniels Funeral Home kind of chemical and a hair brush, and sells It to
I, Mary Ethel Greene, Arthur Howard and Madison I15.J21.39. a 9.3 per county has received a total of a particular
Sergeant Crawford explained In charge of arrangements. Ann Johnson. Randy Law, cent change. 212.000 thus far this fiscal year his cutom.r--th. Army Engineer School on his post
statutes that parked Mr. Langston was born April had been $2, OO a for commercially
state spending
I require Edith Lee. Lynda Nelson, Virgil In gas tax collection Suwannee This Is a $34.000 Increase over the The Army year
I I vehicles outside a municipality 27, 1888 and was a farmer In su- Page Teddy Payne Anne Smith County collected $3000 less this same period during the previous grown black widow spider webbing. This year Its cost will be
whether attended or unattended wannee County Elaine Smith. Dwight Stansel E March than In March of 1964. fiscal year. about $70. .
between the hours of one-half Survivors include two daugh- L. Strickland Bobby Swing ., e
hour after sunset until one-half I ters. Mrs. C. W Peterson. High Laurece TomUnson. George Townsend IN TirE SWIM-Rep. Samuel K.: Stratton, D.-N. T. used to
hour before sunrise will displayIts Springs and Mrs C. W. Watsonof Rebecca Turman Jean be a varsity swimmer on the University of Rochester team. Asa
parking lights Also when a Live Oak; five half sisters, Mrs Vann. Rose Marie Webb, and result of all that exposure to water he got to detest the
vehicle Is parked and the headlights Gordon Arnold Branford Mrs Mary Elizabeth White 'TEe 0111w' stuff roundly and promised himself never to swim another lap.
are on, they will be on the Claude Severance. Branford Mrs. Grade 11: Darlene Bodcn, However, a conjunction of events has caused Congressman
low or dim beam. Bob Townsend Branford Mrs Sylvia Cheshire Bill Cruse, MarJorie Stratton to change. his mind First he .Is getting very unathleU-
"The most violations of this Willie Lane, Fort White, and Mrs Dees. Donald Evans, Betty O J cally rotund. Second the newly-completed House
section Is during the twilight Bob Kldd, Old Town; and one lowers, Shirley Foster Becky Office Building has a flee 60-foot swimming pooL r. tuck ..
hours when motorist will drive half brother, Walter Buchanan of GUI Harvey Ollmore, Judy Hurst WALLPAPER Stratton has tried numerous ways to talus He tile rvM. .
with only their parking lights on," Branford. Cheryell Johnson Lee Simpson. IY even began to get up at 4.30: a.m. to help his son
i Crawford stated. Active pallbearers were J. W. Claudle McDonald Shirley Mills o 0 0- on his morning newspaper route. But the lad told Once Marl
"Another time when headlights Arnold DewItt Arnold Howard Carolyn Nott Sylvia Patterson o his father he'd rather do the job himself.
are required is in fog or rain or Arnold Kenneth Arnold. William Jackie Ratllff, and Phyllis Stan- Resignedly, Stratton says: "X guess there's no alternative
when the road is smoke filled Buchanan, and .Stafford Town* Ill have to go back swimming those long laps again, now ,
Most motorist use'parking- lights send ; I Ml.Grade 10: Janet Broughton. .f,tgyY1LMefRAlAWURKe that Congress has 1U owa pooL
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when headlights are required Ray Corbin, Bob Dale Charlotte e / P
according to Crawford. (Office Supplies at MoCrtmen'e) Howard Velma Howard Larry 'YeT OYB/AREtA6V/O OVIf

Jenkins Mickey Law. Judy Nash ,s lnN / ,,. ?" ,,,,,,,,, NNN Wife Preservers Words of the Wise
Oayl OHara. Kathy Payne I Perhaps there Is only one
Give Him Arrow For His Ronald Lawson Leon Bapp. and r cardinal sin: Impatience. Because -
Marilyn Saunders. NIArr.taltlaro rhMPtehalrrril of Impatience were
f Grade 8: Martha Sue Dorsey, pets is Mc t a 0SSU a nracr l' driven out of Paradise; be-
Martha Evitt. David Garrison SATAStl 105 TK sago s JQltly do cause of Impatience we can
Nannette Greene Danny Harrell. itoiptmttctO E AND)JSy A 5ff not return.
IASTER0RESSUPS'QEGMWJ Stanley Hopkins Susan James, N -J'rUI Kafka)
i ] 'Bonnie McLean Gloria Nobles p
Patsy Palmer, Pam Parramore sill u root utaornIMCCANO
and Jeff Pierce. I Household Hint

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I (Office Supplies al McCrtmon's) rWlTOfOC flMuraKFNRV Si.h.he..h.y'n seers.ffteiWe from rusting after they've been
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the Dodge Harry and I say 'Coronet' The !mw Dodge you
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The tvtrybody's Remember lower- use consola and name al the new

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NEEDS IRONING! "Ch....," want..Coronet" -CoroneT '"pdyp""pdq"

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Difficulties Facing Many Florida: BLACK VULTURE 1'uR1( Y VULTURE ..11.11M"

Schools; Shortage Of TeachersAccording BLACK SUUo\g: 4

to a survey made by the Florida Education BftOAP

Association 62 percent of Florida principals reported .'dif- r WINS* nR
ficulty" to some degree in employing teachers to teach WITH TWO-TONED OFTHeAiR
the children of Florida during the 1964-65 school year. WHITISH PATtwe WINGS-&LAaor ,U5UALLYFRONT
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Reasons given L uy; : \:%pals] for the teacher shortage BUCK poor : NEAR THE TIPS MUCH OEM
In order of frequency reportedare O TAIL LIGHTER/ BIHINPwiNGfpMAP SOARINt3C '
education and have been dim WINS AND I
: tow salary schedule late S140gTSLACKWRINKLFD 6 p'r. t GRACEFULLY.
credited. Suwannee High School TAIL*HEAP
summer resignations lack of Is one of the 19 schools. WINGSPREAD NUB BASli'$/l'N/ CIRCLES 1
qualified applicants in special Ten additional schools baTe 4 BARE FEITAHD LESiT THAN e LONG TAIL NIGH' 'IN THI \

areas, certification difficulties, been placed on probation and 43 LESS PALE <5 RAV*NOT 5 FTGRAC ADULTSIARt./ SKY OH
national teacher examinations requirement others scattered throughout FlorIda RIO HEAD e i SINIIPING LAW
salary raises In neighboring have been warned of shortcomings flIT REP O T0THGROUND
states, Cuban situation which reduce the quail THE TURKIY WlTI/ftl OFTEN YOUNG HEAD IN SEARCH OF ITS J. /
competition of business and Industry of the Instructional program. < ftFSBT FOOD OFDIADAaMALSVERY I
accreditation problems, The most frequent cause odlsaccreditatlon. AT FLYING ALTERNATELY WAC*' I KEEN lYECKSMT/ I
adverse publicity, and overcrowded according to the FLAPPING ITS WINGS AMP .AND GINSOr SA/'I&l..L'
classroms. Florida Education SAILING COMMON
Assn report
The survey also revealed that were too heavy workloads on THRUOur FLORIDA
total of 19 schools have been unable teachers: because of an Insufflci ExcepT MM IN THtYS /
to meet the minimum stand ent number of teachers, too many NEfTS ONTHB 1 '
ards needed to maintain quality teachers teaching out of field in- tfROUMP IKI ajE BIRDS or .; .L:" RttFUR01tATI0NepONBiRoS |



little HintsTo Make That Outdoor Trip Nicer...
Great DemandGinseng Heavy Docket Monday At Mayor's Court IAn
especially large docket of I enn.... I
f JiH Root Great Oriental rim cases greeted Mayor J. Marvin Both persons convicted of
TEA I Phillips In City Court Monday, drunk driving had their license
There were a total of 13 cases suspended and were given stiff
...." Cure-All As Spring Tonic. IffAgI brought before the Mayor. The 33 fines
j, eases Included two drunk driving, s a

Washington A nice cup of ffinjenjr tea fa Just whatthe three driving without licenses II Pieces of marachtno cherries;
sif herb doctor orders as a spring tonic In the Far East. traffic violations one disturbing oranges or grapefruit froawn In I Ice I
Ginseng root U the great: oriental cure-all. An an the peace, and fin publlo drunk cubes five added color and flavor I,

? dent specialist wrote that the herb "quiets animal spirits, to Iced beverages.Synthetle .
establishes the soul brightens the eyes, allays fears .expels I r erally unsucceaiful. Early in the s
century, a ginseng boom collapsed rubber gloves for
0 benefits the understanding
NOT SOUP OR bRINK M TUB evU effluvia
[WOODSfTAKS ALONG ATHER* WHEN BUaPtN A fWK OUT* Invigorates the body China Empress Of China, out when a leaf discus attacked hundreds cleaning are not affected by told
(MO?Of OF INSTANTjtOFH MOT WATER AND SQUP PACKETS DOORS.TRY wE STONES ONLYPRY and prolongs life". of New York tn 1784 carried $M of ginseng gardens. solution sand cleaning fluids.

ETC.AND A11X 111 ma wodh WILL CRACK WHEN HEATER It was once believed that gin more than 30 tons of ginseng
sent tea,sipped on the death bed, Within a century clipper ships The other girls may call youa LAI)IKS
would prolong life for exactly five were carrying halt a million dream boat, but rot not on
days time enough to wind u p, pounds nually.Ginseng. of the herb to China an- your passenger list..* EASTER HATS

I e( T earthly affairs grows sparsely In the Many To Choose! From
w dried root Is In great demand
The Korea rich, moist soil of hardwood forests Is no way to get rich quick. Experienced :
In China. Japan.
from Main to Minnesota, "sang" collectors In
4 Taiwan Asia Hong, the Kong National and Qeofra-Southeast southward to the mountains of Maryland West Virginia and LADIES DRESSES ,' .
4 II Georgia and Arkansas. A perennial Ohio make only a few hundred
.tea phlo 8oc:1et1Ia1" Ginseng root the plant reaches from I to dollars a year, because. the herb -
Into pills, powder, tea. "
r processed IS Inches In height and bears Is scattered and It takes many I LARGE ASSORTMENT; ?
wine, and countless tonics.
h three flve-lrsved branches. roots to make a pound.
tied with grain spirit It become GIRLS DRESSESJunlon '
"Elixir of cite, promoter of both Though dried' ginseng root may Attempts to cultivate ginseng In
health _and. mirth". bring 131 a pound gathering It the United States have been gen I ,to _Petites
MATCRIAL5 AROUND YOUR Ginseng's popularity steins from
CAMP T PE WORE RETIRtN4IE the old Chinese "doctrine of ..tnawree" ,- Sis** 3-24f4) NEW SHIPMENT:
.you MAY as KILL* I AND roo'u.UEP BtTt uuINO This theory holds that a _
6AM FORTHK HUNTERS.\ AllisChalmersSALES Men' and Children'
specific plant remedy exists
every ailment. The shape, color ) Dress and Tennis
taste or other characteristic of
the plant Indicates Its specific and SERVICE SHOES
A Thought For Today) value. The branched ginseng root
run looks like the figure of a
Br BBtODT a. MAS1SU un. .!.. Na.. .. .... lot. .VlMt... .ti THE LIVE OAK AREA
j Lee Work Clothe
ever ails a human. *
NOTHWO MORE CONTAGIOUS THAN A'DAD EXAMPLE. Roots thai closely'. resemble I We Make Model t Dungar*.s, Shirts;
This old French saying points up one of th figures command premium price Repair Any or TractorWill Panls Nab
weaknesses of mankind: a readlneaa on th part of
some people to perpetual wrongs with the blanc today, and one were literal ( Tick Up At Your Farm And Dcllrer)
excuse that If others can do It. so can they. worth their weight tn gold. A
Perhaps rather than a contagion this Is merely! :. Chinese emperor paid 110.000 for. -ALL WORK GUARANTEED !
I a case of weak wills seizing tie opportunity to a single choice root. MATTIE'SVariety
accede 10 their baser- Instincts In the belief that as I It. The Chinese and Than fought
followers btu Impact of their missteps Is .lessened. for control of the countryside
U not completely excused. where ginseng grew. One Tartar Building Store
Although' people complain that good .>
ample all omaLa. rat th* wildfire acceptance king reportedly'' built a wooden (M.,. Road Across From Rowland Feed Mill)
of lee commendable acts. this however, ts quite" palisade around an entire profInce Howard and Su.."...
likely' a condition quit contrary to th* facts. Dd to protect his supply of the Phone 3624222
examples It seems, hav the faculty of attracting precious herb.Koreans >>.
attention an out of proportion to their total numbers. have cultivated gin .. .
rag for more than a thousand r .
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor years, and South Korea exports a Landen Tractor Co.

S......... County RM.nta substantial amount of cultivated MAYO'S NUWAY
ginseng. Connoisseurs, however, HAROLD LANDEN Owner
BRODY C. HARRIS prefer the. denser nor fibrous ,

wild rooe.a.WU4 ginseng grew In Northern OIL FIRED' TOBACCO BARN

Asia and Worth America, and
roots pulled from a hardwood
forest tn Wet Virginia may end
Ucns Funeral Director up In a Hong Konc drag store
625 S. Ohio A..... next to the 'Tiger BaUa.Th .
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Asian spades tans gtnsengl People come for
and the North America ,

PHONE 362-1234 I plant Panas qtdnqnefottunl art mile* around to e
very similar In 1171. a Jesuit missionary
who had been In Chin'
buy paint at E-
------ noted that Canadian Indians our i
gathered a root starts* to ginseng
Samples wen shipped M China, tore became we I IJinde
and the ginseng leads was under
hipiJhorei have dependable
way.Th first ship that riled dUrectly
frail lbs United State toadequate

I facflttim f.......* SHERWULVlLUAMS;-
: o High BehooO and inadequate Hoebs. XI'frtrt. CTM.

adores laboratories. CVMle", /..",......,., lit Tame.. liar.. lit lOt )'wn
the shell that'spure .

PAINTS M.ys Wiwsy Ban Is M a Bulb are II to designed( .Is rur*

perfection : If you wr* br .. lop .M ty kfcarc ... b my *nm,mkal. .to *eri.. n.

April 01 a.jrowr ..... digs W lie bent .......* I lay to. mvwt I* Bulk O.rts.h1. ,
i .. Bulk Cbrtag ... .... prl.d.d,
X3.98 t ........ year. rwn.w .,

r / .....*... Uoraa rest el M.torM M Inn ><*.. ... seeM, t.epeese .

thisRecce ebb M.r* "'***, .*..w OS r>.. .... A* hAeg
t ti l....HJM I*I...

r Brown from" ...,...... 5.4 reporta w. are tI IIIIt diet that"-
bw,, .. key qurley rw 4 *iM. H la ack4yW
COUNTY JUDGEUSE rsrtisfnil lot..l"4ay. .
The ... ye.r smog ......... .*s. Ky4utliorlfl DMW ho
Sberwin.WilliafnsCompany Jug...........

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Beautifully shaped truly vtruble.' This is Braid W. Howard St.Ph. WILLIAMS OIL COMPANY

... 342-3078:
effortless fashion.Luxurious crepe:an Dacrorr "

polyester. Frosty white clear pastefs.28 to 33. lHecti .de LIVE OAK. FLA. MAYO. FLORIDA



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HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTSBy _.._ ." .._.. d...,_ ....... ......_ .__.. .' .d _..... ..L.. Subscriptions
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MISS IDA JO HARRiSON below are new subscriptions -
Home Demonstration Agent and subscriptions renewed to(
the Suwannee Democrat from
FURNITURE ARRANOEMENTS placed at right angles to walls April 2 to April (.
Are you satisfied with your present tend to make room smaller Cur NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMr.
furniture arrangement? Or ved pieces look better going round and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Jr.
would\ you like to make a few corners than on straight wall. Donelaon Tenn.
changes. With spring housecleaning 4. Allow for traffic lanes for al Mary Register, Clearwater
time here, perhaps its safety reasons as well as for saving Luther Adklna, O'BrienD.
a good time to combine it with rearranging time and energy. T. Sills Gainesville
furniture. The chief Joseph C Ratliff. Nocatee
aim or goal in furniture arranging ONE APPLIANCE PER OUTLETOne SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDL.
Is to make the room look-able item per outlet is a good rllre E. Avery, McAlpln
and livable. Furniture arrangement rule to follow when using electric. W R. Ratliff, Rt.. L. O. '
is governed by two main al appliances in your home. J. O. Cannon. L. O.
principles. It la not safe to use the double I Harry W. Dirt Miami ....
socket. You might get by for a Eugene C. Percival Powar.
while-for small items like lampsor e Calif.
clocks. But before you realize, ,hfi 1Iti'C Claude McMillan. L. O.
Good furniture arrangement ----
restful and pleasing to the eye. It you'll be attaching larger appli Ten 4-H Club members shown above will participate In the Lean, and Mervln Libby In the picture at the right are! Margie Jack Kennedy, O'BrienR.
Then look p. Williams. Mayo
ances. outyou've got
will also give you Important utilitarian State 4-B Club Congress after taking top honors In a district McDonald Catty Hall. Handle McDonald Eanlee AUbritton.
a fire hazard. Mrs. H. M. Prier Jasper
values, such as more apace contest held In Lake City April 3. Left to right In the left photoare and Wills Lundy Democrat( Staff Photos) T. R. Houck. Mlllbrook. Ala.

for living and for carrying out EASTER EGO TREE OR EGO I Klah 'E bankl, David Paulk Pam Parramore, Bonnie Mor Nan Sherwood. N. Miami Beach
various activities, whether work or
MOBILES J, B U.h" a..A
play. Good arrangement will give
extra room for storage and simplify Egg shells can be used to make vindicate their confidence by the just a Dad and Son success. It is I O. P. rht&jLte; City
housekeeping and what pretty and delightful trees for substantial growth In the value of the success of our staff all our Mrs. Bessie Collins Branford
homemaker wouldn't like to do Easter decorations. The childrenas their investment and the IncreaseIn employees and our stockholderswho C. J. McCorvey, Gainesville
that! well as adults will enjoy them. i. earnings ,on that investment. made the business possible. C. R. Brooks Jr.. Jacksonville
In arranging furniture, consider Because they are so light, eggshell I will never forget the part you Again from my heart I thank Fla. Forest Service L.O.
the center of interest or focal make good mobiles wholeor played in getting the Chamber of you .for the very generous compliment H. 8. Wright Rt.. L. O.
broken ones Commerce to endorse our efforts.I given Dad and me. This I. D. Terry Lake City
point arrange furniture in this Live Oak, Florida could; we Just couldn't fall with
area first and then subordinate For the trees you'll want whole April 8, 1965 this kind of assistance know It is as rewarding to you as will make a 90-year old. wonderful North Florida.PCA.. L. O.
other groupings around it. shells. To get these, you'll need toblowthe Mr. Louie Wadsworth When I look back ten yean, I it ia to me that we made good on gentleman and father most
Group furniture according to raw egg out. To do this, Editor and Publisher wonder now how we ever raised our promises. happy in the last years of his U'e. Broiled tomatoes taste rood
the activity with which it will be make a hole in each end of the Suwannee Democrat the original $438.000 through the A business must have someone Slnderely yours with a topping of butter,salt, pep
used. egg with a sturdy needle. Press it Live Oak, Florida sale of our equity securities, whichwe for a final decision and those who Otto Wettsteln'ni per and a suspicion of crushed
In the actual positioning of carefully through the shell. Dear Louie: had to have In order to get In must see that these decisions are Win/la garlic.PAINTUP .
furniture remember these points: With a hat pin sharp pointed Your article about the Tenth business But, back then there was carried out, but the rank and file
I, Begin with bulkiest item and skewer or ice pick, enlarge holes Anniversary of the North Florida never a thought that we might employees do the real work With-
place it farthest from the entrance \Until they are about an eighth- Telephone Company is the nicest not succeed: we knew we would. out reservation I can say we have
inch in diameter. Hold
into the room. one finger compliment I have ever received There were many people in Live the finest group of employees in TIME!
2. Make use of wall groupIngs over first hole while making the and I am most grateful to you.I Oak and In other parts of our territory every way of any company in this
second hole.
as much as possible cannot pass up this opportunity who believed In ua used country Their loyalty, their hard
3. Place ajl large pieces parallel Run skewer or pick through egg to tell you though that I their hard-earned saving to Invest work and the efficiency of their Come on out and let us help you select the paintor
with the wall. Large pieces to break yolk. Holding the egg overa only had a small part in It, along In a business which dldnt work ia responsible for the successof varnish needed for your spring painting. We
bowl, blow into hole
gently the
In the large end of with Dad There were many, many have a dime, with some question our operation and the good service have the right color or texture for any painting job.
others without whose loyal and aa to whether or not we would being given our customers.
BLUE usrAER.'ne Rinse shells in cold water, Let
efficient help what has been accomplished ever'get the show on the road. These are dedicated telephone
ELECTRIC 'III dry thoroughly. Rinse again in hot would never have been Without the confidence these people, dedicated to doing the Langford Builders Supply
water because beat when
they dye stockholders best their
CARPET SHAMPOOE 2 accomplished.I original gave us they can untiringly In
'd'a.d" u hot.Quickly have been moat fortunate in there would not be a North Florida efforts to please those they serve,
Gr.a'e P DI."t, FunltureE..t color eggs When dry, the selection of my supervisorystaff Telephone Company today. I both public and employer. HrlvcMton St.. S.E. Phone MS-UTS
add designs with bits of
u. .. 80 whose tireless energy and am glad we have been able to So, you see It la far more than
sparkle, rickrack or other deco- : -- _
efficiency accomplishedn/ thisshort n
span of ten years what now
I seems as you said "fantastic", but
IRRIGATION they did It. What direction I was
able to give was nothing comparedto
the direction and enthusiasm
COMPLETE SYSTEMS these people gave to the job to be h) '+!C'
I have been most fortunate in

DISTRIBUTORS FOR: the calibre, the unselfishness and
ableness of the outstanding businessmen .
who have served with


couragement these directors gave
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Dad and me was all the Inspiration -
we needed to do the best we
rative Item!.
Attach threads or ribbons and
hang on a nicely shaped limb,
placed In a container. And you
have a gaily decorated tree for

To make mobiles from shells,
: OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY place on strings and add a few

balso sticks dyed or painted to
match your decorations.
HACKNEY BROTHERSPhone What to do with the egg con- S
tents. Serve scrambled for break
752-3161 fast or supper Or use them In
other dishes.

Stiffen and renew old straw hats
with equal parts of clear shellac
I and clear alcohol.
Phon* Phone) 362-2571 Baker' apples Core and fill
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA center with, brown sugar, stick
t cinnamon.

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Add room fo your from If II cost you poo/itrt


Take an ordinary back yard Add a littk light-aad you've got a brand-new,

- r ..',, breeae-ewtpt Urine area for the trealnf hour For family cookouts For .. .

Dealer In enjoyable f ante tabiIng.Now stick b a few electric muahrooeo-type: reflector* lOt ').

"66" Ammonia : ia your flower bed*-and jrouVe got yourself an after-dark wocderland.And .t'
Phillips Anhydrous +
\ ..t .. : .,. think of the co&Yenience of ea automatic oa-at-doak. off-et-dawa electric ."

Agrico Fertilizer postlifht that glows a welcome to friend (a good safety factor too). '., .
; rAaron. .'

,;.1 Bulk or Bagged CIIIIt sKani flcIriI arttkor iigAtial. WarA mutk man. Aa. ft ..*...lit

i _ des s'od to .vast y.-(<: eadproaRlae.> SMifejtMextractor IIlaioft etyoaR/ vuriU tIc1rW

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North Houston St ,.

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Suwannce Junior The Cost of Disobedience ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ayAla..LsnsI e

Pastor's CornerREV. __ anfrkm Sim ml ISiS-lSi Mtl-Ul IL ______ _____ ,j

High Honor RollIs
C. A. WEBB. Pastor

"Now >ii Christ risen from without wounds, or tries to preach

ad," 87 It again and again a Messiah who wu 'not crucified Honor Roll for the firs:,
d again. "Now Is Christ risen for your sins, then turn away semester of the 1964-85 achoo I
om the dead!" I want to wish from such an Individual, for be year was released this week bj,
|1 of you a heart-gladdeninff does not know the real Christ the Suwannee Junior HlgtSchool. I
ter My earnest prayer is that he has nothing more than a counterfeit ,
e i Spirit of Ood will brine you a man-made Jesus. Twenty-nine seventh grader

Itual enrichment which will The disciples were glad when and 30 eighth graders retained I II II

End you forth with a large measi they saw the Lord. The Lord was ''a "B" average for the entire 11 I lie,..... M !...!'. ktac ..... toll t a.... ..,*... Im.l'.WWMMI .... U WkM aitl Ml s iln p to UM ..w ..... kia _
i of love of faith of hope and risen indeed. They should never week period. kiu ....p rn.Hi.eknH. DmM !.. Man ky UM|...... B>iTto..*T err .lMt. !>.** to kMdm k. .e.n* kU ktu ..7tk .... .n ww' w a
courage. We nave a Saviour have doubted His resurrection for The only "A average for the .kraufhl M UM v.kHW U ytay Mr kin. .. **ul HM N km '*.... ea but was sac Hrt w Ik* kkir ...... ...........Pl11WUoooa. TIle ...aM......UoaI&_'
o died for us and who rose it was clearly foretold in the Old semester held n4 DM kiooiBM k b.wMl. was Ul AIM ky MMMX D*.M ..... kill nk M fn**f kw kMny. MMMTW.tM .... W M...aM Wry an.I was .,
was by Calvin .. .
royal kWMkaM-I .11II 1.;l K ylrnry e..e..n.r. t rul. S ul M MiIM..i | gMHMt sa..a-J
aID. This U the only message Testament and Jesus Himself had Ooodlett. M.MI-; S:.*ia. i.. 44 iWLWDTTOl'=Irks'J.JA; 1
ch can bring us true EASTER predicted It. He proved His resurrection The following Is a list of Honor
,_U>NES3.I by appearing\ to them. :In Roll students forhe elgh
Our text today U found In John a day when propaganda and gossiping grade: Wayne Barwlck stations and enough projects: to
}. verse 20. and It Ulls us: "Then often make it impossible to Black Ralph Brown Janet thWASIIINGTON make the county 43 In all u proposed FloHdiarn Pay 15

re the disciple glad when they distinguish between truth and non. Jeanie Cheshire, by the Secretary of Agriculture IVr Cent More Taxes
w the Lord. error the story of the open grave Cheshire Joseph F. Clayton In his release of Decent
The evening of the first Easter should not be doubted for If Brenda Crews Nancy Edwards REPORTBy & bar II, IM4. Under our report Floridians paid 14 per cent
ndlJ found Jesus' disciple as there Is one fact of history fully Debbie Gilmore Oary Ooff. Joyce we will approve substantially half more taxes last year than during
bled behind barred darn In a attested: by reliable witnesses. It Is Hare Sandra Hicks Scottie Law. of the closings and recommendthe the previous year the Florida
t hiding place. They were the story of we resurrection. History DUnne Lee. Seth -Ann Lepper, I'nlted SrtSSARD State.U Senator HOLLAND continuation of the rest The State Chamber of Commerce reported
d. afraid that the enemies of tells us that u a result 01 f Oayle McCall. Ltbby Moore, Clifford tlon WI&hhe Secretary of Agrl In It* Weekly Business Review -
liSt might also come for them. the resurrection the Chris tiara Morrison. culture. released this week.
ey were disappointed too. They Church happened. :In thecentury firs! Betty Louise Neely.; Diana Og- Senate Approves Tobacco Bill- Among my principal objection: to Public Conferences A 8u Thla gain refer to the grand
lid followed Jesus for three there were groups of pee den Judy Poucher. Alma Rathe Last Monday the Senate passed, the legislation are Its violations wannee County contingentwhich total of all taxes paid by Ftortdlan -
an; they had witnessed His pie who believed, preached anc Clarence Hank Ratliff. Rends by a vote of 54-11, a bill to provide of constitutional provisions prohibiting Included School Buperhv to government at an 11v'Ie.(
atural miracles; they had were persecuted for the name 01 I Robinson. Michael Smith. Hugo acreage-poundage marketing federal support of religious tandem Henry Folsom School Including ao-called hidden ,taxes
ted for a crown. but theirpea Jesus Christ. Furthermore U car Sotolongo. Sandra Summers Diana quotas for tobacco. I voted schols and Its method of distributing Board Chairman L. M. Crews Jr. which are Included In the cost
ended with a cross. Yet dun I hardly be denied that these people Wattes, and Ralette Wil against the bill because It pena funds among the several School Advisory Committee of goods made outside Florida",
the Florida
all the time of their dlsapintment who were at first mostly Jews,, liams. and Georgia states which. In my opinion. ls Chairman Clarence Ratliff. and th trade body said.
Jesus had already rtaI held their worship services on the The following Is a bat of Honor grower of flue-cured tobacco fora utterly Indefensible. For example, Committee members Louie C. "This total tax bill came to $.-
I from the grave, as He said He first rather than on the seventh I Roll students for the seventh them.crop Demand surplus for not created by New York gets $3J3 per year for Wadsworth. Ifenry Ward. and 10,021,000 last year. It waa made
uld' Theirs should have been day of the week. These Christians, grade: Carolyn\ 8. Bailey, Fletcher Type 14 tobac. every poverty-stricken child, Jack Phillips waa here to seek up of 11103001.000 In taxes collected
co which we produce U such that
rue Joy but only darkness claimed and their claim cannotbe Bass. Louise Bass, Mary Bus West Virginian only I1SO; Flor federal funds promised following by the federal government
I sadness were In their hearts denied that they did these anne Rut, Catherine Byrd. Pam. the our growers development did not of contribute the existing to Ida. f 1$4; and Mississippi '120.I Hurricane Dora to assist In rebuilding and 1475 million In hidden federal

lany people today go through things because Christ had conquered ela Dunn. Rebecca Edwards, The bill I New Legislation Since my the high school In Use taxes. Th total of these was up
like that leading dark ceded death, and had risen from James Wayne Evans. Olenda surplus. further penalises I last newsletter. I have Jotned In Oak. The party met In my office 11 per cent! last year over IMS.

| lives, u though the Barr the grave, and had been seen by Gamble. Barbara Ann OU1. Mary our referendum growers In by the requiring wake of another the the co-sponsorship of several with Congressman Don Fuqua "StaU sue amounted to 793....
was still dead. Let us note five hundred of them. Jovita Glass Jerry Alum Ooff, held last December at which time one newly-introduced bllla. One proposed and a representative from Senator'<< I 134,000, up U per cent County
it those barred doors behind The Scripture reminds us that Madonna Oooge. Brenda Hsrrell. the voted to by Senator Harris (Oklahoma Smathera' office and we arranged taxes came to 1411.100.000, a gain
growers reduce
lien the disciples were hiding the disciples were glad when they Charlie Hunter ) would authorial additional conference with official of the of per cent."Municipal
pld not keep Christ out. He en- saw the Lord. Now they remembered Edward Hurst. William Mallory Our planted acreage hate by already\114 per planted.cent. appropriations for the prosecution Office of Emergency: Planningand : taxes, phi districteollecUau
the room where they were His promise: "Because I Kent. Christine Lawton Rose growers of flood control and navigational the U 8 Office of Education : together cam to 1407
accepting the reduction, and will
aeulously. To overcome their live ye shall lye also." This Ann Lee, Barbara A. Lord. Cecil be left In a badly-penallsed projects In certain comprehensive which resulted In confirming the million an Increase of I per cent
poaitlon -
asement and to remove any should also be our Easter joy. Newson. Msrianna Noll. Cecil Ox If, u Is planned the new river basin plans. The grant for this purpose veer 1003.:
ot In their hearts. He Into I measure Includes an additional
showed Though our bodies are placed ford. Melissa Paulk. Edward referendum SO days from
|m His nan-marked hands and the ground where they must return will Include only a B per cent reduction. III million authorisation for the
riven side. These are therki to dust. U we have truly believed Central and Southern Florid.
revived and glorified. We can Following passage of the FA1QI IWHEAU INSURANCE! COMPANIKS:!
Flood Control Project. I do not
of true
i the Christ. U any- In Christ's triumph over,
sing with Job: "I know my Redeemer bill. I served u a Senate conferee
think this amount Is sufficient
tries to show you a Christthe death, our bodies will come forth
but Senator
shall Talmadge and I refused
llveth and that He
to assure uninterrupted prosecution
stand at the later day upon the to sign the conference report of the project and I will attempt LEON J. GIU" SR.Service .

earth; and though after my skin which baa now been approved. to have this figure Increased AgentLIPEAUTOFnc

worms shall destroy this body, yet before final passage.Some .
In my flesh shall I see Ood. Whom Opposition To Education Bill : :
Agriculture Research Facilities
and mine I shall vote against the House- FARM LIABILITY'
I shall see for myself; _
James B. Daniels eye shall behold and not another passed III billion school aid bill Will Remain Open !POLIO--MAIL
Senate Committee on Appropriations
," Of yes, death does not end ItaQ. now under debate In the flmsU"
has approved my recommendations
There is life beyond the grave. Melissa to f, O. BOX *T ceases s..-'17.
Poucher Rogers. Cynthia with reference
Funeral Homes This life U found In Him Who Bheppard. Molly Sue Starting termination of 10 th'l LIVE OAK OS*. 11.S."
said. "I am the Resurrection and
and Linda Touchton. matter ls now ready for
the Life; he that believeth In
Me though he were dead yet shall
he are; and whosoever heath and
believeth In Me shall never die."

Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- Shortly before his death Andrew .
Jackson confided to I IfrteiMtt a
equipped ambulance. on call twenty. I The.. |".... ta.Uru Utwrt ,.. .
four hour each day in both Live Oak I that sacred volume I ml my hope
for eternal nfe. though the merits GREAT REASONS
and Branford. and blood of our blessed Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ Daniel
Webster spoke the*. words slowly
_CALL DAY OR NIGHT. only\ a few hours before his departure
: "What would the condition

of any of us be If we had not e FOR BUYING A
362. 3333 935-4100 the hope of immortality Thank

God the Gospel of Christ brought
LIVE OAK BRANFORDJ. life and Immortality to Bght" .

B. DANIELS JR. LED. "Thanks be to God which g v.
eth us the victory through Jesus '

Christ the Lord. BRAND-NEW.








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Roberta On 12Suwannce house Town and Country Motors take another directive from the Church. Two more services remain

and the other the firm of Julian president and such directives an on the program.Today .

Cross. not so easy once President Johnson Thursday the Rev

County Legislative Group Nolan Wilkes la adding a large maces up his mind. Jim Walkup, pastor of the First

warehouse to his expanding concrete Thus it is likely to take definite Presbyterian; Church will speakon

Assigned To Important CommitteesSuwannee products complex on Walker facts and strong evidence of damage the fifth word from the cross,

I Avenue at the site where the to this area to convince the "My God my God. why has Thou

LOP&Q shops stood for many president the famed Suwannee forsaken "
County's delegation of State Senator Houston 1'' a al ayr me?

W. Roberts and Representative Leon McDonald drew years should be removed or not included On Friday: the Rev. Nelson Mel-

important committee assignments for the session that in a project dear to his heart Yin pastor of the Advent Christian .

With a new Courthouse and Church win speak on the
began April 6. Roberts was named to the charn-
upper remodeled Postofflcs soon to be in Could be we are on the verge seventh word from the cross "it
t>A** three moat powerful and important committees and
full operation this :year could be of growth of sizeable proportions. is finished"No.
;; dr--th;
McDonald chairmanship one of major advancement here 1 .
of the house administrate

committee which means he Is Seafood Demonstration No.2 6location

charged with teeing that the 1 Planned Here +1, Announcement of that meetingat I act on specific instructions from and remodeling project
$ Cross City next week at which
President Lyndon B. Johnson
House operate smoothly from a may be completed that the buildIng .
A fish and seafoods demon- plans for inclusion of the Suwan-
l t A of the is available .
personnel and management stand copy measure plans for a new sanctuary
station wm be held Wednesday, nee River Into the Wild River at the Suwannee Democrat educational building be and

point. April 26. at 2:10 In the Bill now in the house of Congress finalised
Senator Roberts drew assignment office: for those desiring to read It and that the finances be pledged
Live Oak Methodist Church. kA w could hold the answer to another to
to the committees on apporprtatlons make It possible.
This program is open to the most vital question in this area's
rules and calendar public. ThoM wishing to attend future. No. 3 Rev. and Mrs. Melvin, with

and finance and taxation committees Theological Seminary.He their sass Paul David and Dan.ny .
are requested to call the Home Provisions of the act could bn ,
deemed to be the mOlt moved to Live Oak
Demonstration Agent's Office, the answer to what many have was born and reared in Dade I Auro

powerful In any legislative body 362-S502 and enter their name. sought for over a half century. bounty and is married to another who ra. In.. in January 1M3. Paul,

Besides these three committee for Dade countlan. the former De graduated from Suwannee
The approximate number attending development of the Suwannee
assignments. Roberts was named lores A. Hutchinson. Mrs. Johnson High School in June of 1983. died
will be needed In pre from a recreation standpoint has
the chairman of the temperance has relatives in Levy November 16 of the same year
paring the dbhes. been talked of for years. If the many

committee and vice chairman of This program will be held by bin will do this then it would appear County. They have two children: while a student at Aurora College

the committee on forestry and Mine Alice Jones home economist good for this county. Debra and Clayton who will be Following David's high school

parks. He will also serve on the Florida Power and Light Could be however that the bill with them as soon as this school to graduation the family wm mow

constitutional amendments game term is completed. Concord N. H- where Rsv
would deny development of the
Company and Extension Home
and fresh water fish labor and GIFT FROM EGYPT-This Is the Temple of Oendur. built in Melvin will assume
in Re v. J o h neon sense d c h arc hr sIn the position of
Economists Miss Jean Meadows river and that event it will be '
30 B.C.. which Egypt ls offering the U.S. I in of
Industry water Resources development I recognition editor-manager of Advent
Florida Louisiana Mississippi. Chris
and Miss Ida Jo Harrison bad and should be opposed.So .
aid I In from waters of
and conservation, legislative rescuing antiquities the Aswan Dam. I tian Publication. Inc.
many things have been rra
management and population and! into the bill that are not in the his native state. He is active in Both Mr. and Mrs. Melvin have

public health committees. [Computer Gives Data removal of the meters from the I printed bill that I have been church related civic enterprises been active in community life
Another committee that many Senior Class To and active in circles while in Live Oak. Mrs Melvin
streets. of this city. tempted to suggest that a lot 01 y very Baptist
feel Is also real commutes Service Businesses II the
a power secretary-treasurer of the
Committees of merchants arebusy us need to take reading tests

Is the one on miscellaneous legis Suwannee County's 68 service Run DriveInThe contacting those who work: What has happened I think U I No. 4 Suwannee County Hospital Auxilary -
lation. Roberts also gained a eaton and Rev
establishments had total Melvin
receiptsof was UM
In the downtown area soliciting r that every survey that has beer
this committee.On $982,444 In 1963. an increaseof aid taking river 60 receive the following: Columbia campaign chairman: for the suc
their and support in not made on the In the past
the House aide of the legislature senior class of Suwannee 188.084.. Hamilton 185,360. Laayette cessful 1m
39 per cent from 1958 according Cancer Crusade and
advantage of no meter charges yean is being drawn out of hidingand
McDonald also drew several High School will take over Park- $27.548. and Madison II presently the
to a computer report of the by parking their vehicles all 1 I it seems whichever curve president of the
good committee assignments 963 census of business just released er's Drive-In today Thursday saidto 187.810. Live Oak Parent.T archers Associ
day where meters normally ope is read determines what is
He will serve as vice chairman of by the Bureau of the Cenus. from 3:00: until 11:00: pjn. rated.It be in the proposed law. President Johnson signed the ation.

the labor committee. The money from the project massive Federal Aid to Education .
is to take cooperation There must be at least 100 studies
going ,
Other committee assignments will be applied toward the senior Bill into law over the week end
Service trades in the No.
census understanding and a will to work of the river on file in Tallahassee 7
McDonald received were Judiciary"C" trip to New York and Washington saying it represented a major new
business included those
providing West
together for the experiment to and Washington for every : and Representatives Louis
and livestock for a total of commitment of the federal tov
personal services to individuals; accomplish Its objective. If the Congressman I have known from L. Huntley of Orange Put Rob-
eminent to quality and equality
miscellaneous business services; action results in local people using Lex Green to Don Fuqua and including ert L. Sherln and Ralph R. Poa-

Senator Roberts is now servinghis auto repair and other auto er- Activities ForJehovah's the scarce downtown parking Emory Price Charles Bennett In schooling ton. both of Miami W M. Inman
third regular session In the Special Under the billion-dollar program
Ices; and other repair services.Also spaces for their own cars on an and Billy Matthews have of Quincy Leon N. McDonald of
Senate. Before becoming a senator the money will be distributeed
included were motion picture Witnesses all day basis then the project stated they would insist something Live Oak. and Ernest Rodden-
he served four terms In the beginning July 1. 1984.l"Iorida's .
production and distribution businesses -
will fall.Could. be done about the Suwannee. berry of Sopcboppy.
Florida House of Representatives The Live Oak Congregation of immediate share will
; motion picture theatres
; be however that cooperation A number of the state's 67
and four years as a Live Oak city other amusement and recreation Jehovah's Witnesses meeting at be M7.8M.230 for counties to help
will make it easier for shoppers This could be it. sheriffs were on hand to show
councilman the local Kingdom Hall on Hous educate children: of low-Income
services; and hotels and motels. and other visitors to the city That's why I think those so the facilities to the guests
Rep. McDonald :... been In the The selected service trade ton Ave. will hold special activities famines f2.804.055 for school libraries
establishments to find ample parking space. concerned about what the bill One of the highlights of the
this week. textbooks and instruction
Florida House for the past three in the throughout ,
county employed might or might not do should attend appreciation day was the
sessions. He Is a former city councilman 109 persons and had The occasion is a visit of John transactions al materials and $1.702.897 for pres-
a payroll Real estate now the Cross City meeting and ntation of more than $14)00) In
of Live Oak. W. Chlaffredo, circuit ministerfor special personnel and equipmentto
of $203,000 for 1963. In process of completion could be hear the latest thinking on what donations to the Boys Ranch from
18 congregations in North Improve the quality of educa-
of Immense importance to this should be done. individuals I in Highlands County.
Florida and South Georgia tics in grammar and high schools
city for development in the downtown While in Washington recently J Broward Coker. sheriff of Hlih-

I Colored News area would follow. a local delegation was told by ]land County made the presentaon ..

Card Of Thanks Most details for the shopping both Senator Spessard L. Holland No. 5 1 to the Ranch on behalf ofthe

center east of Daniels. Funeral and Congressman Fuqua that On Tuesday April 13. the movie 1 donators from his county

We wish to thank all our many Home have been worked out I President Lyndon B. Johnson told "King Of Kings" was shown at According to Harry Weaver administrator .

friends for all the expressions of understand and while formal announcement his secretary of interior to Include' the Allmar Theatre. The movie I of the Ranch the legislative

Talent Show Held J NIIA Week ObservedBy kindness, food flowers and cards can not be made of all the Suwannee River, both )In was sponsored by the Live Oak I appreciation day will bean

during the recent Iou of our loved this and at least two other dealsin Florida and In Georgia in that Ministerial Association. annual event to kt state of-

At O'Brien School I II New HomemakersNew one, Mrs Olga Mercer. the making could be these will Holy Week services have beenconducted I iclals and the public see what the

The high school department at Homemakers at O'Brien Opal Butts result in a fine shot In the an? bill.Both feel that to take the Su every day from 12::05TOl Ranch is doing to help many boys:

O'Brien presented a talent. show I High School observed NIIA Week Dorothy Carter for local business wannee River out of the bill would 12.25 pm.. In the First M e thodist enjoy a much fuller life.jjjjja .

at the school on April .. The tat 1 week Signs and posters were Bertha Strahan

T r.. event featured singing, dancing displayed in the auditorium as J. B. Meroer Four building project. IOWbI.- WIIHMl M Nvrrta, *M 11. M41kSCTY lees ,
and skits part of the observance and grandchildren der will add to the business Public NoticesIN a.ti>N. uaAra*. Art. *./. .
way .1. ......--. I, HABTCT W. PCBBT
A song presented by Gwendolyn A program was presented in the e complex of the city. T55 a55 h....., ..IN1.1 Ik*! a OMIWM, ..
Gibson. Betty Stephens and Eugenia ichool work this ,...., ,.. DI._ ... fito to IW Line 0... t1wWa
auditorium Friday Bill McLeod began ...... ..... : ." ... pse w ...s..dN 45,55
TIllman and titled Dedicated -: The girls wore their navy blue No. 1suspending week on a new store for his hardware THE COUNTY JUDCE'l COURT .wq. *.cz.Myes r e..55h.d>
t To The One I Love won IN AND Ton SUWANNta' COUNTY tor* I* IW ltal a.. tW ru.ttff .*- CALL rOSt BIOS
I white dresses parking meters In Live business South Ohio
for the event on Clara 0. ..... W*' B..4.II 5YaSNo 5.wr.. Ann Artknul C.....
first prize. Principal John Green termed Oak is an experiment that local Avenue. On the north end of the r1.OAIDA.PSOIATL t &. BM 5I. U*; 0k, rtorW.. .. MMMt ...... kM M Ik* ...>*.to.
: In second place was Amy Loper iMashs..d: Ill.M nilMl !I. IW ..,... .. tWCMlr. ,
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with a dance called you name it. I Inspiring succeed and result in permanent are progressing. One will p .... I UM OM. rtarW. M M. ......... .. ...... Saab ..
Betty Stephens and Gloria Calhoun O. ..__ T. hik.Aha..IM. IW Sir Amr W AwU A. I Inn D. Feu. ,: .._ ...... Iat e.5.ha
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placed third with their song, N.UM M Wnkr sir.. tWt ri.M. alWr.ilM.. *4 IW CMirMtol: .IU .. ..,. .....
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out in fourth
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NM VMsl dl55hwt. a..wiN..eW ay/1JIIl.. '" ..
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O'Brien Ninth, Grade auditorium at 730 pjn. Ferguson breed I With new increasedcapacity'Advanced 5.ISw r..arM J.r4., d.dT115 ....- D. G.UNoca. 1:........ ..... Is -41 c......
President Jerry Calhoun '!is ...11RSCISTiIATION .... M. to k* *n>-' mul ApeS leudl. .
i Sponsors Cake Sale asking all members to Ferguson System shift-on-the-go ./ .e M.e.1, .
attend and 't.t'l a. Jt: ncnTious ...VMM dull Arlkilpll c......
Ninth graders sponsored a cake be on time u many: items of busj- Multi-Power transmission luxurious operatingease &&eo..... M? .... B_.. .. HAMS AT JOHN WILSON *..dHALLI. Ia__ = M.AI ,,--a
1 sale which ended April 9 at the ness will be discussed at reaM a. ....11_ i-..i41 J. w'Itsoes. HIS wilt1 IMHNOUS1NE1S UM O.$.
the and comfort. fuel-saving power In the 50 I(. AsrN ""' && AUTO .
1 O'Brien School. meeting. *.

I As part of the event, Mrs. VI- liP class gasoline or diesel. Phone for a demonstration IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THK NOTKK1O Nonet or ru Lic MIABINO ON
Belle Fleming received a chocolate Ever add some apricot pre- today I THIRD .. IN AND rO* SUWANNIK TM will *..... ....* __ kl lad ABANDON. : aW".THCANDPVa -
cake and Clarence Golden a pineapple I Ii serves to the sliced apples when COUNTY. IN CHANCERY DIVOBCS t. WILAON, (..bed sd vtf*. AND THC: CITY Of UVC O fLOH4iM -

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SuwANEE\[ D of LIVE OAK J! T '


t Fuqua Wants I Fried ,Chicken Served Smcannce County Style::..... I Ip I Starke Defeats

France To Pay I Bulldogs By

Debts To U.s. 9-1 MarginThe

Congressman Don Fuqua said
la the .hte skew Harvey Ban, a seas parent at the Florid today that he had Introducedbill a Suwannee Bulldogs went
Sheriffs Beys lunch. I* shew .....tnUa, the an* ef a resnelUtee In the House of Representatives down to defeat Tuesday at the
hands of a spirited Starke nine
which would require that
.. Live Oak Girl Seeet Tree III .
at Starke.Btarke
Prance Its debt to the United
This three-week eevrae b part ef the work repaired ter a Home pay blasted the Bulldogs for
States Fuqua said that he Was
Health and Safety Bull sad Health AM Badge. (irhete ky Daa greatly disturbed over the demands a total of nine runs and nine hits p
Stabler) of de Oaulle's government while the Bulldogs could only let
for gold in exchange for American -N two hits and one run. Both teams
I committed four errors
dollars depleting United Slat
New And Activities From gold stocks while France owe this Lee Harvard and Rusty Wtlkens
were the only two Bulldogs to get
nation billions of dollars In wartime
TIlE RECREATION CENTER debts. hits. Wtlkens hit a home run .In
Speaking to the House. Tugs the third but had It ruled as a
By ROT CUXrVAN.; Director said, "We are all Justly concerned single because he failed' to touch
over the decline In United State second bane. The hit did. however
Women's Softball organization Telephone bounce back from their told stocks. American currency -t drive In Wally Allen who was on
took In preparing for the first to hand Buwannee f -L hit
a step came has been the mainstay of world : because of an error. Harvard
their Initial meeting Funeral Home a defeat by a score t
season fti commerce; and. for this nationto a single with one man on In the
took place on Wednesday April ,. of 14 to I and then re on to beat sixth.L. .
remain strong our dollar must
Three team hare been formed Adroit Christian Church 2 to .. remain strong". He pointed out Hurst went the full distancefor
with tile fourth team to be com- TEAM STANDINGS the Bulldogs giving up nine
an announcement by the TreasuryDepartment
pitted by game time. Bponaon for W L that United States r: hits
the team this year will be 8u- LUe ., Ga. I' Starke had Its big scoring bar I
gold stocks declined $S50 million
wannee Packing Co.. Suwannee Nerds ria. T...... I IAaTval two weeks ago and that $2JU rage In the third and fourth mnIngs 1
Tuntral Home Vann's Gulf Sta- ChrbtlM 1 I with three and four runs respectively. ,
UoQ'and. If the fourth team. ma- ........ Pcmvml' S 1 I suit million of of demands that drop by was France for They topped the gameIn
;terlali ee, Wooley's Electric. Game for April II will find United States gold In exchange late Senate B...... W. Roberta leads a greas ., vIsKen &. the FletMa Sheriffs Bays Ranch the fifth with two runs to give
life of Oa. continues to dominate North Florida Telephone vs Advent tor dollars. here Salariay thresh the serving line manned kf members el tke Live Oak LUns Oak st a them their final score of nine
the men's softball league by Christian at ,:SG pjn. and "France owes! the United IrgblaUve apprecM/M.. ) lay held at the Ranch similar UM was spiraled ky neaten .. ... runs.
landing Buwannee Funeral Home Buwanee Funeral Home n Life States It billion In World War I leeel ....rr Cl... Skew akeve its ten' .. rUM Ouster L. .>.. 01..... Fury Rekerts.Skeriff Mark Hamilton was the winning
and Advent ChrtIt1an"Cbureh defeat of Oa. at 0:15: pjn. On April SONorth debts and has made ne payment E4 Tar........ Ma lfiuiy' Draeerat r..UalM>r U.U C. Wadiwertli ........ Saab pitcher. will I'

Poll! Lee during ten play up this no bits part during week. Florida Funeral Telephone Home will at playSuwanee J:30pjn : on them since 1131. France' also Sheriff Itake MrCallbter sal ...... Wendell ........ C. F. a.,......, Reginald Ilea... lam raitn. be The against Bulldogs'Btarke next In game Uve Oak

the five Inning came with Buwan while Advent Christian takes owes the United States World over War 1800 aa4 Ke. Itr+..... cr.... ky Dan Rtatoer) next Tuesday at 3:30: pm.
I minion In debts for
nee FuneraL The came was caned ,on Life of Oa at MS: an. 1+QX S'ORR.
under the ten run rule with Life i On April IT and 21. local softball n. Fuqua added. the ftS I:
of Oa. winning the tame 12 to 0. team wll be playing teams win Fuqua of Congress bill would that express repayment fiWettc Tax Payments Co To Municipalities I Live Oak t I I

Other games saw North. Fin from Lake City Oame time to of these obligations be put on -c-- I marts / p 1
schedule and that the State Department The City of Live Oak received Others In the Buwannee River -
take action to make the ,,,IU IG from cigarette taxes collected Area who received cigarette" tat
In February. A total or $3,- money were: Lake City. Ill Ml.-
realise that Itas
10 Madison {$,0ali3: Mayo
moral and legal debt MOMM was distributed to ;
Discontinuing Artificial Flowers to the a great United States. I dtles and towns In Florida. 'I.DOt.II. : Ferry.. $'.Otl M; and SUWANNEE COUNTY CATTLEMEN
Japer, 82,101.22.Miami
"Here Is a nation that we have The Town of Branford was the
lustatned In two World Wars: only other Buwannee County recipient. was the leading recipient I, Free Ampule Storage for the NOM
here Is ft nation we have helped' Branford received $71021from of tax money In the state with a Artificial Breeding Mcliool Who In emminate Their Own
And total of Five other ,
Cemetery Arrangement* Cows
to get back on lu fret economl cigarette tai collections.
3 Free Mlcrosroplo Evaluation.
Florida dUes receiving over 100.--
I tatty and a nation which owes us
000 In cigarette tax money. I. Year-round Artificial) Breeding.
Wreath At :a great deal of money. This a strain Is the It ls my opinion that forthright The five were: Tampa. 1317.* CALL h
nation that now places
action should be taken ky the
101.21; Jacksonville. (1IU43M:
) :m our gold reserves, while Ignoring United States to secure payment Fort Lauderdale 11",10112: Bt. F. A. MCMILLANPh.
this country I
debts It owes
L Closeout Prkes the ef this mdcMedneea. Fuqua add PetersburgSI4T4M40: and Miami 312.29"
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! To Maintain ColonialismWilliamsburg Weather Outlook THE OLD HOME TOWN -. By STANLEY



Modern Problems SLIt oR a E rTiii a PIEt
Day Living Period GivenThe By vjESTEB: I* COIXMAKiName MISTER

Washington The people of Colonial] ] Williamsburg Thirty Day Agricultural Your Cure For Hiccups K FAiT
I lace problems their forebears never dreamt of. Weather Outlook for the month TM'suMS

! ,!, To add to the colonial atmosphere, residents hide of April for Sooth Georgia, of_ __. "IU"'A-_ .
! l't their television] antennas in trees, hang wet laundry on Southeast Alabama and North FOR many years, ear specialists i Some have cases been known prolonged to have

camouflaged] clotheslines, and try to keep their'cars off west Florida Issued by the have been aware of the of a cup psychological disturbance a*
fact that an accumulation
Weather Bureau Advisory
tne main men. the condition.
r nal have been faithfully repro- Meteorolorlat, Tlfton, wax In the outer ear could pro the root of ,
housewives cant of hiccup
even unusual cause
duced from the past. duce a persistent cough, or this
Georgia April 1. 1965.TEMPERATURFS -
their and even
bake a level cake because The stately brick homes, smaller long-sustained hiccups. psychotherapy
during the effective.
11 kitchen floors have dip- have been, exceedingly
antique that there
frame houses with broadbued next 30 days are expected to average They knew, too .
ped. chimneys and former shops kitchens much above normal over all was a delicate, but definite relationship
t "My 18th century living room and laundries have been of the Tn -State Area. Dally mean between the nerves Many Causes
: floor now slopes so much the restored by Colonial Williams- temperatures will average between of the outer ear But since there are many '
furniture looks as If its about to burg, Inc. These are rented to employees 65 and 69 degrees. Dally maximum and the nerves physical or organic causes for -.r.IJ"
fall over" a housewife said ruefully of the nonprofit organization. temperatures should average that go to the long-sustained hiccups the
"Even the rugs creep Into : far-distant diaphragm. reason must not be
between 79 and 80 degrees underlying
corners: Some 40 restored or reconstructed with afternoon temperatures 85 I overlooked Just because an Individual

r The 130 acre historic area of buildings Including the degrees or higher on 8 or 7 days. [1' A hiccup the or happen to be severely -, ... .. .
Williamsburg Is so carefully restored Palace Capitol. Courthouse craft Dally minimum temperatures hiccough, la I tense or emotionally disturbed. W1
of Yo
that few visitors realize shops and homes are open to should average between 60 and 89 result of thediaphragm : There are Important general .----...---
f ._ that about 150 of the 18th century visitors degrees with early morning temperatures spasm andDr.CoIemaa brain and body conditions whichcan
; dwellings house 20th century Wllliamsburg homes have massively falling below 45 degreeson theopening and do produce long boutsof
families, the National Geographic beautiful brass locks, but 4 or 5 mornings. The probability the glottis ( debilitating hiccup
Society says.. Even the colors of they require equally massive Iron of minimum temperatures to the The cure for, onunary hiccups Suwannee Association To Hold MeetingThe
paint hand-blown window panes, keys. One perplexed householder of 32 degrees or lower is negligible voice box). t Name your own, and the
The "hie" If the socially unacceptable that It I fa as good mid-year meeting of the The Association Sun d s
and kiln-fired bricks, If not origi found that the only suitable place chances are
and uncontrollable as any of the many blum one Suwannee Association will be held School will have a visitation din,
RAINFALL during the I
noise that results from this that have been concocted over April 19. at 3:45: panIn the Mt. at the Antioch Baptist Cbutt
of April is expected average
spasm. Olive Baptist Church. April 22 at 7:30: p.m.
between 2.00 and 3.50 Inches over, Nerve Irritation the year

r Southeast Georgia and between Almost always, the hiccup I.a ia Variety Of Cure
l 300 and 850 over Southwest temporary result of some Irritation Drink a glass of water with
Oeorgla. Southeast Alabama and nerve In ear blow
of the complicated your finger your
;!. Northwest Florida. Precipitation mechanism. into a paper bar lUck on a

Is expected to occur' mostly as Hiccups can occur during absolutely lump of sugar hold your breath
showers on 6 to 8 days during normal health. The for 20 seconds, put a cold knifeon BIG ..
u : the month. paroxysms, or spasms usually your tongue (be SUN It'sflit
I SUNSHINE during April Is ex last for a few moment and !), press the eyeball or apply
pected to average about 65 percent then disappear even withoutthe Ice bag to the side of the
Il of possible with several periods help of any one of the numerous neck Which I* your own pet
of extended cloudiness "flr-t aid" suggestion cure f
I SOIL TEMPERATURES during of friends and relatives. Any 9ne of these will prob-
l the next 30 days are expected to Hiccups are unpredictable ably be as effective a* another.
rise sharply under Increasing sunshine nuisances. They can occur with availablemany
There are now FREE
i Intensity and duration and too much to drink (liquor especially drug, stimulant, tranqulllser -
W rising air temperatures. Mean ), and they are just as aud narcotics that can
soil temperatures at 4 Inches un likely to occur with the sued to of
break the rhythmic spasm
O der bare soil will rise from 60 to drink (to moisten very dry severe cases of hiccups. Of

65 degrees at the start of the perl I food). course, these are given only
od to averages of 75 degrees or I Too Much Food under the supervision of phyal-
higher by the end of the period,
Highly seasoned food or large clans after determining the OFFER !
basic cause of the hiccups.
An attractive and handy fash- quantities of food that expandthe
the These column are dtiiyn d
ion accessory for rainy days Is a stomach and press on
case to relieve your /ears about
tote bag for shoes with an accompanying diaphragm can produce a
i .,. .. ... small umbrella that of hiccups which are annoyingand health throve a better underitanding -
,Kim r ?Snfou U. 196) WwU rlih t. mind ant body
slides Into a side pocket on the embarrassing but of very of your
"Day after day you go to work and you corn home. bag. little medical Importance. AU tin hopeful sew advance ,
It's a bore!" Long-suatalned episode of to me hiccup. are extremely devitalis niMtm to doctor everywhere/
to his eight-Inch door key
tog and sometimes need Intensive Your individual mtdlcal problems HAMILTON BEACH
was the Inside pocket of his jack
study to determine their should Iw handled by your
et. "But at least It'a not easy to
.cause and proper treatment. own doctor' Ill knows you beat t KNIFE
lose, he said. ELECTRIC
ADVENT CIIRISTIAN CHURCH House keys may be large but (O IMS. Klr' Feat,.ree 'k4Icat.. tea)
not all the present residences are. Y >* ii>e the envy n yewr frtentftwltMhh

For a year one dedicated antique New Planting System Fo r Corn Is Used new electric Mlfe. MaleiIt
North Ohio Avenue lover resided In a onetime laundry a pleasure to c rv ana1 if Ideal
John Moxley, farm manager at does with the necessity oi *
away ,
whose living room 9 x 12, makesup far !iono weatt, vea, ta l t,
the Advent Christian Home of the
farm breaking ,the land ahead J!*
e+ two-thirds of the floor space. lit; cheeW, tc. Guor- uw
I completed planting thirty acres of planting and leaving it bare for
She later graduated to a slightly nl r* 5 yean.
com: using a mulch minimum till. the spring and wind storms toblow.
larger colonial kitchen detached age two row planting system. This .
from Its main house and now la the first such planting In Su- The two row mulch planter ud

converted into living quarters. wannee County other than several for the planting was loaned bj
r Williamsburg houses! have mod- small trial plantings on the Su- the Suwannee Valley Experiment
ern conveniences but these are wannee Valley Experiment Sta Station. Local technicians assisting P
cleverly hidden from a tourist'scasual tion. While this system of plantIng the Suwannee River Soil Con- ,
1 and
glance Telephone does not especially result In eviction District are helping with
1 I electric wires are burled fire hydrants Increased yields It does practically the plantIng
are tucked beneath bOx- eliminate any damage from .
wood bushes, and mailboxes diagulaed wind eroalon. Airy spring knit dresses will gel

under wooden flaps.Families The planting Is done with no a h touch of crochet trim or look.
conscientious about r
are land preparation other than using Ing all-crocheted often gently
i not leaving 20th-century patio -. rotary mower It needed. This s "u.'ousot6 often worm W d
furniture bicycles, and roller WhenvoapuVa
skates on 18th-century lawns,
Boys play basketball the backyard -
but the hoops are concealedon 1965o
the Insides of stable doors. STUMP BROTHERS
Despite restrictions In the restored
area people wait months
for permission to live there. Advantages -
Include beautiful home & Carry Building Materials

Since this will be Mi hat Easier In live Oak,'and tine* with high ceilings wood paneling,.

,hi, may be the tail Easier celebrated In the old church and handsome brass fittings TMlovely Phon. 242-5566

buldlng, Pastor Melvin/ urges all of the members and 18th-century gardens of
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News From BranfordBy Baptist Choir Will Engagement Charles Fletcher L. J

I Present Easter CantataThe Honored On Birthday
choir of the First
Church of Michael Fletcher son of Mr..
Branford will presentthe
MRS SHIRLEY W. HATCH Easter Cantata. "No Greater and Mrs. Charles M. Fletcher of :f
Branford celebrated
love", by' John W. Peterson Sun- 1
day April 18. at 1:00: O. H. birthday at a party Saturday afternoon 1
Branford Wins Track MeetOver Family Night For Munch will direct the at the home of his par I tcots.

I Branford Woman's dub The public U cordially Invited An Easter: theme was used for

Live Oak And Mayo The regular meeting of the to attend. a. *TwL\ the party.' The birthday cake was

Branford Woman's Club will not II IIM shsped like an Easter bunny Refreshments
The Branford Buccaneers led 2. Tie McCullers (8) and San.! be held Wednesday afternoon Robert James Collins of birthday cake cup
by a strong mile relay team won rhea (S); 4. Bass (8). April 21. A family night supper cakes mints and lemonade was
over Live Oak and M yo in track Mile Relay 1. Branford (0. will be held Thursday night April Mr. and Mrs Bobby Collins of M served to the guests.
last week by scoring (9 points to Allen Cheney. Barnett FlsseU); 39. to take the place of the Lake City' announce the birth of a Those present were: Charlie
82 for LIve Oak and nine for 2. Suwannee; Time 344:7 regular meeting. IOn Thursday April 1. In a Lake Williams. Joey Baker. Ashton
Mayo. Johnny Flssell! and Andy The family night program will City hospital. The baby weighed Owen. Connie Odom. Anthony
Cheney were pace setters for Rranfonl Plant Easier feature an exchange student from has nine pounds and seven ounces and Adams Melvin Darrell and Oail
Branford. the Netherlands, the student will named Robert James Adams and Darrell Cannon.
The meet wu decided when Sunrise Service talk on her native land and will Collins Jr. Each guest was presented witha
Branford won the mUe relay after: Annul Easter sanriso service be dressed In a Dutch costume. The father Is the son of Mr. and plastic Easter egg filled with assorted g
Suwumee High had captured at Branford will take plaee ..- AU members and their families Mrs Roy Collins and Mrs. Collins y candy and balloon
first place in the 880 relay and day mwnhig e. the Braaferdfee4 are given a special Invitation to Is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. .
BIll tykes, all
the sprint medley relay. The Dues .*ll field. The service sintrain attend 1
won seven first places Live Oak at ':H ..... a Ml"4lt lIaM Named
seven and Mayo one. Tile Rev. flute Lard, pester Branford Senior Qa*! Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Oay and To Dean's Lht
Branford now has three wins .( the Assembly .f CM CharthI family of Jacksonville spent the
Miss Clarke Bass, senior at
To Present week a
Braaferd. will bring theneaaage. PlayThe end visiting Mrs. Day's
and placed second in the Bran
Berry College, has been named to
Mamie mother. Mrs. Nellie
ford relays. will be raraUi.ed senior class of Branford Duncan.
the winter dean's for
quarter list
by the Ftnt Baptist Chare High School will present Three Mrs R. Q. Griffith spent sever
Results of the event academic
were: achievement
Other leeal ministers win take al days this week -,
Blind Mice a three act comedy u a patient In
Discus 1. Pissed (B): 2. A. Miss Baas the daughter of Mr.
part .. the precvasa.Everyena Tuesdsy April 20. at 8:00 p.m. the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Allen (B); 3. McCullers (8), and Mrs. A. R. Baas of Branford
la Invited U attendthese In the high school gymnasium.
4. Williamson (8): HST. attained straight A's for the quar-
aervleea. The public U invited to attend
Broad Jump 1. Cheney (B); ter ending March U.
2. McCullers (8); 3. Dees (M);' Hatch performed: Doyle Ben The Branford coed .1s majoring

4. rissell (B): 1I7H" Bucs Win Decisive played Scarborough the harmonica entertained; and In Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watson of IInuIt..... ......". the ..- In elementary education. She la a
Pole Vault 1. Cheney (B): VictoryAt pub- 1M1 graduate of Branford High
(8) lie speaking. Victor Bradow ls gagement .f their aaaihter, Linda rare te Larry M. Sense sea
2. Coon (B); 3. Oraham ; School
4. Kllpatrlck (B); ..... president of the chapter and H. *f Mr. sad Mrs Bets M. Jonas, also. ef Bnal..... .
Shot Put 1. Hale (8); 2. A. Invitational Track MeetThe W. Sugg U chapter advisor The wedding will be aa event a( early' J.... (C8cIhoeI Raaallea at MeCrlawai'S)

Allen (B); 3. McCullers (8); 4. R.
Terry' (B); 40'4". Branford track team won a 2:11.2.:
decisive victory in the first annual Sprint Medley Relay t. New-
1. FUsell (B)
High Jump ; into
2. Tie McCan (B) and Townsend Suwannee Valley Invitation berry (Sanches. Jones. Dixon, Zing spring! :
(8); 4. Tie Lee (D) and al Track meet scaring 121 points Holder); 2. Branford; 3. Keystone
Newberry' came in second with 60 : Time 3:198.:
Bass (8): n-
High Hurdles I. McCullers points. Jennings third with 43,. 220 Yard Dash 1. Bumette
and Keystone Heights with IT. (J); 2. action (N); 3. Float in
(8); 2. O. Allen (B); 3. R. KU Chevrolet /
Patrick: (B); 4. Scarborough (B), Johnny Plsarll paced' the Bus KID>>; 4. Lee (B); I. II. KoonB a new : :
114. capturing five first place The. ( ); Time 34.3. .:
100 Yard Dash L. Williamson Branford team won nine of the Mile Relay 1. Branford (B.
(S): 3. Bass (8>: 3. Sanches fifteen first places. Results were: Terry' Barnett. Cheney. Flssell);
(8): 4. Barnett (B); Time 10.'. Bread Jump 1. Fls/wll (B); 3. Newberry; 3. Jennings; Time
Mile 1. McCan (B); 2. John 3. Cheney' (B): 3. Sanchei (N); 1:41.4Branford: .
son (B); 3. Cooper (M); 4. Crews 4. Durden (N); I. Bumette (J); S. ,
(8); Time 1130.: inn-. 'I'
ISO Relay' 1. Buwannee (Wllliamaon. Discus t. rusell (B); 2. A. P-TA .'''' ; Hr*'
Bass. McCuDers. San Allen (B). 3. Broku ()t1ll); 4. A!. ..";
ches); 2. Branford; Time 1:39. I \len (B); Andrews* (KID; IMf. Endorses Civil
440 Dub 1. Flssell (B); 2. Pole Vault I. Cheney (B). I'
Pesden (8); 3. B. Terry (B); 4. 3. D. Kilpstrtck ID): 3.. Johnson a
Kent (8); Time 23 4. (B;) 4. Runyan (J); ..". Defense Bills
180 L. H. I. McCullers (8); Shot Put 1. R. Terry (B);
2. Lee (B): 3. H. Koon (B); 4. 2. A. Allen (B): 3. Smith ; Branford's Parent-Teaclera Association 9-M -
Turner (8): Time 224. t. DuI (N): I.Truluck (N); 401". met Thursday night In
880 1. Brown (8); 2. DorsettB High Jump 1. nssetl (B); the school cafeteria with U C.
( ); 3. Koon (B); 4. Peaden (8); 3. Benches (N); 3. Darts (N); Davis, president presiding. Mrs. '
Time 3:1IJ.: 4. Tie Lee (B) and McCan (B); Davis chairman of the Spiritual <*fWdrf taste S' rt CM*
Sprint Medley 1. Buwannee I1-. Education Committee gave the "J wM At M,Mrs<*lei,ry W r er lm****

(Williamson Bass Turner. Kent); High Hurdles 1. Runyan (II.; devotional.
2. Branford: Time 3:140.: 2. Tie O. Allen (B) and R Kllpatrlck The group voted to buy four
330 Yard Dash 1. Dear (M): (B); 4. Sanchea CN). I. new floor fans and an amplifier
BeD (N); 18J. (or the school. Room count was
100 Yard Dash 1. BurnettJ won by Mrs. Tommle Winter's
REPAIR SERVICE ( ); 2. Bates (J11. Barnett (B); sixth grade and the eleventh R1It
4. astern ON 104. Principal! Clarence Terry announced
Mile 1. .Bumette (J); 2. new ovens had been InMailed -
ALL Bates (J): 3. Barnett (B); 4. Oet In the school cafeteria.
4 TYPES ten (N); I. Float Kit>)>. 101. The group voted to go on recordas
Mile 1. Bumette .
OF den (N): S. MeCall (B); 4. Johnson shelter bins relating to school '"
JACKS (B); >. Bate tit: Time 1:01.: plants. Letters. were written to the
/80 Relay 1, Branford EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE Kelly, Barnett O Allen); 3.Nrwterry and Chairman Civil Defense VI ClmA' IfcMa*,{W JMfe rf aM :
; 3. Keystone; 1411.: Bub-committee ol the Safety srj leajbeM HMleWire( "
RATES 440 1. FlaseU (B): 2. Davis Committee endorsing these Mils r
PICK UP A DELIVERY fN); I. Drat (J>)>: 4. B. Terry (B>)>; that wfl come before the Florida
All Work Guaranteed .. Moon non; Time MJ. Legislature.
180 L. IL I. Runyan (J): 2. The Branford FTX Chapter
JIMMY'S Lee (B); 3. Holder (N), 4. .,. bad chart. ef the program. Taking
Koon Hydraulic Jack Time 231. j Band consisting of Johnny Fls- (
Ro t. I. Boa 22s 8M I. B. Koon (B). 2. Dot sell Wendell MetlHte. Doris lien :.
BRANFORD FLORIDA sett (B); 3. Morgan (J). t.'!John Hslloway and Wayne Rlk '!i':( '
Creech (J). I. Durden (N) Time .more; r,A. Sweetheart Sandra \

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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF Pine LevelRevival I Muaqs and Skeeter

Suwannee Valley Livestock Market services continue thru .A-AH McEM YVUGOING TD 1040W1 1WANIED105010 pp,41 FAR IS SRM4WMG!
IlA 'iNE
Saturday night, April 17 each : ASK Nig WHAORT M
night at 730.: Rev, C. E. Poltlvent I cRn
active and demand Standard and low-good cows hit I'l
Trading was I pastor of Midway Baptist Church /AII!
good for all classes of cattle at the market at $1325-$14.2i!; utility is ,,1 / rc1
speaker. Everyone 1* invited to .j
the Suwannee Valley Livestock $1200-$13i5 and inferiors i ,
; attend these services. .... xi
Market April 7. Total sales equal- $9.75-112.75. 'I : .
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Mr. and Mrs Willie Howell : ; 1
led 152 compared to last week's :1 i
as Utility cow-calf pairs went for spent a few days last week with ,r-
198. $1375-11800. Calves In the 250- Mr, and Mrs Drew Holmes.
Slaughter calves showed remarkable 450 IDS. class were bringing Miss Joan Anders spent Sunday -
strength as calves were $00-$2100 for good; $15.50 for with Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
strong to fully &0c higher. Feeder- standard; and $1450-11755 for Moore all attended the sing at
stocker steers were steady with utility Day.; i __J I aIn

spots $1.60 higher, Calves in the 100-250 Ibs. area Mr. and Mrs Marvin Aldermanand lit

Sixty-three per cent of the saw standard and good go for daughters of Live Oak spent
supply was cleared to feeder- 192523.25; Utility $18.00-$20.- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs B. F
stocker accounts while 42 per cent 50 Inferior for all weights went Hayes -

of the total were calves. for $$11.25-$14.00.. : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited Mediterranean Area
Tax Up Gas Tax DownState
Standard heifers, mostly over- Hog sales totaled 837 as com- Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes Sales :
fills, brought $1700-12900; cut- pared with 488 for last week. awhile Monday night. I
ter and utility brought $13.50- Mixed grades 180.2101bs. barrows Mr. and Mrs H P. Milford oDowllng Tunisia Plans Holiday City On tax revenues collected in Suwannee County were $2,000 be-
Suwannee County for the month low the figures for the same
1500. Park attended
and gilts went for $1761; 210- services at
One overfilled standard cow 240-270 Pine Level Church Sunday night. of February showed a rise in one month of 1964. The total gasoline
240 lbs $17.98; Its. $17.- ,
brought $15.00 while cutters were 55; 180-180 Ibs. $1690; 140-160 Mrs. Ellis Baxter and son Lester Jerha Island; Huge Tourism Project area while another area had a tax for the county In Februaryof In
bringing $1225-$1400 and canners visited Frances small decline: over February of 1965 was $36.41647
lbs Dutton in the
Ibs. $1620; 120-140 $1430;
Washington Tunisia will build a holiday city on last February of 1964 the tax collectedwas
111 00-$12 50. 100-120 Ibs. $IUD; and 80100Ibs. Suwannee County Hospital Sun- ,
One commercial bull sold for sold for $14.30. day afternoon. Jerba, legendary island of the lotuseaters.The Figures released last week by $38.31828.
$18.00. Cutter and utility bulls Most sows 180-400 Ibs. brought Mr and Mrs H. M. Moore visited government says the undertaking will be the J. Ed Strsughn. director of the On the plus side for the countywas

were bringing between UTS- 144015.95; and 400-600 Ibs Mrs Loy Head awhile Sunday largest tourism project ever attempted in the Mediter- Florida Revenue Commission the collection of sales tax.
lie.75. went for 13401490. Boars afternoon.Mr. ranean area. It will include six hostelries with more than show the seven cent gasoline tax The sales tax collected in February -
WLhO_'N collections for February of 1965 intola's of 1965 run about $4.000 more
One good calf was priced at were bringing $7 00. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visIted m thousand room, and a --00104:1at also show
traces of ancient Oreek than the tax collected for February
$20.00 while standard and utility Medium and good feeder pigs Mr, and Mrs. L. P Fortner water' edge. Visiting! lotus-
influence: Women wear Oreek- vacationers who come to Of 1964 A total Of $28,51578were
brought between $1475 and $1'1.- at $15.- Monday night eaters can step directly from
under 75 Ibs were priced
style conical straw hats, and pot-
watch shoemakers fashion heelless collected as sales tax In
75. Cull calves at ,75 and
were $13 001800. Heavier weights were Mr, and Mrs Willie Howell and rooms to boats.
ters produce water pots in the babouches out of soft leather February of 1965.( The sales tax
1400. Mrs Drew Holmes were businessvslltors The Jerba hotel will Include
High standard and good vealers absent. in Tallahassee Tuesday souk city amphora style introduced by and silversmiths make Jewelry in total wu about 15 per cent higher
half-mile-long shopping
went from 22.25-$23.BO One a or Greeks 3,000 years ago. old Turkls hor even Byzantine de- than the tax for the previous
Miss Beth Ann
Lepper spent street. The main will of-
Such Jars once carried olive aUto
signs. On the main of
utility cleared the market at TrainingGREAT Sunday with Louise Faye and fer threaters, year.
1750. Begins Joyce a garden nightclub ancient Carthage; now they Houmt Souk the largest settlement The state received 126,829.94 of

Standard feeder-stocker steers LAKES, 111. (FHTNC) Rev.Hayes.Charles Johnson of Perry bank.restaurants, a post office and travel by truck across the Roman men sip Turkish coffee and the gasoline tax money. The remaining -
causeway that connects Jerba to sweet mint tea It Is the sort of split betweenthe
were in the $18.00-$18.00 March 30 Seaman Recruit dinner money was
range was guest of Mr, and Mrs
while utility feeder-stockers were Jimmy W. Strickland 17. USN, B. F Hayes Sunday. Flat, fertile Jerba Is the largest the mainland. Long ago piratescut life that might appeal to travelers ,County Board and the State
Island! In the entire 2.450-mlle the causeway to gain a back as weary as Ulysses Road
men. Department.
at U3.00-$18.00. J. D. Strick
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Moore visited -
of Africa the Mediterranean entrance
along harbor
sweep a : for centuries -
Utility and a few standard land of Live Oak has begun nine Mr, and Mrs Louie Fortner
the National Geographic Its
half-submerged blocks I "
heifers sold in the 130014.00 weeks of Navy basic training at Saturday night
range while a single Inferior went the U. S. Naval Training Center Mr and Mrs Carl Tressler visited Society says Tradition has could be negotiated only by surefooted For The Best In
long associated it with the people camels. But now it has
for .
$13 00. > Oreat Lake IlL Mr. and Mrs L. P. Fortner
who detained Ulysses' men in been repaired

.. Sunday afternoon. Homer's Odyssey by feeding them Modern Jerbana show little ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes
otus. trace of the lengadry languor expected -
Dear were dinner guests of Mr, and "As each had eaten the of
Friend : soon as lotus-eaters, but they STANDARD ROOFING
Mrs Jorgen Brorsen in Live Oak
honey fruit of the plant all are Interested in food. So many
Sunday. thoughts of reporting to us or work throughout Tunisia as grocers nd
One date in 1965 the Founder of Christianity Everyone is invited to attend
escaping were banished from his that "going to the
has instructed all his faithful followers to observe. sunrise! services at Pine Level mind," reported Ulysses. "All they synonymous with "going to thelroeer. SHEET METAL CO.

This is the anniversary of his death on the four- Baptist Church Sunday, April 18, now wished for was to stay where I '.". Typically Jerbans lear 211 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244-2644

teenth day of the first month of the Bible's sacred also morning services with dinneron hey were I had to use force Ing to work on the mainland FREE: BONDED
calendar known as Nisan. This year that day be- grounds with F.oster egg hunt to bring them back to the ships." turn to Jerba after ESTIMATES VALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS

gins at sundown of Friday, April 16. for the children.- No one knows what plant Hom- I Jerba has long attracted -
On that night Jesus commanded his followers to r'.- "Inttn" war that mad UlYI-

hold the sacred evening meal or supper that he then Troupe Training I es'; men-ro AWOL. Perhaps they

set up, to remind them each year of how he laid At were only enchanted by the
down his earthly body and shed his blood for us. Lackland AMI island beauty and their friendly

(Luke 22:19): ) In obedience to this we have arranged SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Airman eceptlon. \i
Kenneth Troupe, son of Mr. and Virtually a Sahara oasis set In :
to hold fitting celebration beginning at
a Mrs Willie C. Crlbbs of Rt. 2, Live the Mediterranean. Jerba has no
8:00: p.m., Friday, April 16, 1965 at Kingdom Hall, Oak has completed Air Force rivers or streams. Water from Its
506 Northwest Houston Avenue, Live Oak, Florida. basic military training at Lack 3,200 wells is brackish.! Drinking .

We heartily invite you, yes, urge you with all land AFB. Tex. water Is collected in cisterns during I.
your friends, to be present with us on this blessed Airman Troupe has been selected Infrequent rains More than _
occasion for expressing our faith and appreciation for technical training as an a t million date palms cover the
toward Jehovah God's provision through Jesus Christ aircraft equipment repairman at sland's 198 square miles In their ,I.I
for our everlasting salvation. the Air Training Command ATm) shade grow half a million olive I t i
school at Chanute AFB, 111. trees as well as figs, cringes almonds quietly elegant \ I ..tIf.J r

The airman is a 1964 graduateof peaches apricots, and correctly casual/ o. '
Live Oak North Congregation of Suwannee High School. pears

Jehovah's Witnesses Jerbans speak the Berber language comfortablyfool- "
I Eggplant; Add just enough basil spoken In North Africa long J I'
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S m THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1965 I

wfgnee' I Engagement Announced I J JHr. t Here And ThereLt. Bridal Shower Given

,. .. Cranberries
.u. ..- For Miss llanun Rosy

CoL and Mrs. Wm. 1(. Wolf Mrs. Larry Odom and Mrs.
gong Jr., and their little daughter Henry Vann honored Miss Maxine Relished In Salad
IWOMeN Carol Marie were house Hsmm, bride-elect: of John Russell \
guests of his brother-in-law 'and Avery with a bridal shower
sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. WU March 25, st seven-thirty In the If ALICE DENHorr
I llama recently They also visits evening In the home of Mrs. Od- THE! rosy cranberry Is deter 1 e. 1'\
his parents Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. H om on Houston Ave. mined to cast Its flow on th e relish
r Wolfgong Sr, at the Advent A spring floral arrangement was dining table throughout th 0 1 apple,
w. I Christian Home In Denting Park, placed In the center of the coffee year, Instead of being conflne< )onald Doatright On J inior Club ProgramMrs. Col. Wolfgong 1s stationed .t table and the bridal gifts were to the turkey season. to gelatin; stir
The Junior Woman' Club of V. J. Smuts, and Mrs. CarsweU Ar.D.: In Ft. Worth. Tex placed around It. For something food that jut t Add cold \ I
jve Oak met Thursday night tni Charles Johnson. He Is formerly of O'Brien. The refreshment table was co,. sings of spring, try the tel. until thickened.
i club house on Duval Street for The hostesses. Mrs. Danny B.McCrimon. Miss Charlotte Wadsworth ered with a white cloth and on lowing cheese through a {
dlih and Florida State student will arrive each aide of the punch bowl held
heir supper chairman. Mrs. Frank CRAN-ORANGE :NUT iA LAD nutmeg
business meeting. Flitch Jr. Mrs. Bobby Nelson and Tuesday to spend the trimester lighted candelsbru. Refreshmentsof ." 0. boiling water Julc into
Mrs. Bill Rowland, chairman of Mrs. Parks Johnson used an Easter : break with her parents. Mr. and punch bridal decorated cakes 1 pk,. ((8 c&) cherry Beat until .
fche American Home Life Depart theme In decorating. :Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth. nuts, and mints were served. flavor gelatin 1 qt. ring mold
ent, presented Donald Boatrlghtho Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Brorsen oFt. Among the 25 guests that attended 1.H c. cold water Combine
film "Col- Walton Beach have returnedto were Mrs Julius Hsmra of relish and
showed a entitled. 1 jar ((14 os.) cranberry. apple,
or Newsreel", the film featured St. Francis XavierWomen's their home after visiting Mr. O'Brien mother of the bride-elect orange fellah Unmold cheese
the latest In furniture accessories I Brorsen't parents Mr and ..JrJornn *. and Mrs. John Russell Avery Sr. 1 e. chopped celery with -
nterior decorating and apparel Guild MeetsThe Brorsen. step-mother' of.the. groom U e. chopped nuts and, If desired
tyles for men. women. and chil Women's Outld of St I Mrs. Val Bates and dsughtrr 1 pk,. ((3 oa.) cream This serves e
ren. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 9 Lisa left for Okinawa recentlyto American Cancer cheese cubed nice luncheon
Mrs.'Arthur Lawrence gave the met Wednesday April 7, at 8.0PA. : Join Lt Val Bates after visiting Add boiling water to gelatin; I CRANBERRY
Devotional and the business meet In the social hall of the :Mrs. Batea' parents Mr. and Mrs Society MeetingThe stir until dissolved Add cold TEAR
I was presided over by Mrs. Al church. Harold Ollmore. Suwannee County work water and chill until thickened. :3 plr g. ((3 )
(Wilson president. Mrs. Hugo F. Sotolongo presl Mrs H. H. Hair Jr. and Mrs. shop of the American Cancer Society Fold In remaining; Ingredients cheese,
Mrs. John Johnson wu voted dent presided over the meeting Ed Moore of Tallahassee, were met for their regular and pour Into H4-O.C\ mold. 2 t I'IIP.[ ....
Following recent' guests of Mrs. Harold Qll- monthly meeting last week In the Chill until' firm
to the club u a new member.e the devotional give UnmoldGarnish 3 large or a
club decided to sponsor aIrI. by Mrs. WllUrd A. Patterson the more and Mrs Val Bates. home of Mr. Morgan Mlllrr Ten with crisp salad rtvltd,
.' state representative.Mrs. minutes were read by Mrs. Bobby' and Mrs. C. E. demons Spending the day at Keaton's members were present greens and serve with a cream r', .-H salad
Roy Slemp and Mrs. Bill Hormuth and the treasurers report Beach Sunday were Mr. and Mrs The next workday meeting will salad drtuln,. If desired 3 i c. nb
lowland will attend the state given by Mrs. Dennis Hart. f Ht I. Uve Oak. annanee Dennis Hart Mrs. Homer Ratllff be held May 13. This serves 6 to I.ciUNnrnnr renal"
(invention to be in Hollywood' on Plans were made for the inttan.Uon the enticement and approach and Lt. and Mrs. Thomas T. Hari n CUF-U.. Combine '
leg marriage of their daughter and children. Kimberly and Look for a change from baste\
Ikprtl 19-23. of the new officers that RING SALAD! cream; beat
Mrs. Lawton Jones received the will be held In May. Geraldine, to Gerg Fred Clark Trammel black and navy to baste black, ,; e. boiling water fluffy. Arrange
brown with loU of
.f Mr. and !Mrs. D. Clark navy or white, and
Mrs. C.
oor'prise. Hormuth was hostess forthe on 3 tbip. sugar greens top
In bold prints checks, stripes ...
Quests at the meeting were meeting. .f Rt I, Uve Oak. Circle rs-* Ga",i lemon navor I cheese.
The eeaple are gradaates H! 1.latin Spoon l I
Snwaanee nigh 8ch*... Time And PlacesThe 1 i c. cold' water I lab over clI..... t
DO YOU HAVE AN Mrs.Iurphy Circle Mb Ctrmons la nw empUytd Executive Board of the 1 Iii e, cottsg cheese I This U extra nlc

Alcohol Problem? lIoMtt"MIon.lay: by $......* Valley QUo In*. Live Oak Garden Club Inc.. met Dash nutmegit "a cream salad
Tuesday morning In the Oarden ) tun. grated !Wtnnn rind delirious ss ...
|We now hare in Uve Oak The Helen Masters Circle of the Mr. Clark to emato-ed .y the Center Mrs C. A. Webb was welcomed r 1 tbp, lemon juice I I Serves ..
Metal Fredaeta Pleat In Mall.sea. S
fan AA Group ready to First Baptist Church met Monday as a new member In the
[help you. afternoon at three o'clock In the Dogwood Circle Mrs. Clyde Muse Many people save for vacationsor
home of Mrs. A. a Murphy The wedding. will fee an even!, grove In the Camellia Circle and purchases by putting small
WRITE Mrs. O. A. LM opened the meet. .f Friday, lane fmtrth. al eight Mrs. Reece Brown In the Redbud change away. This Is a good way Birthdays,
P. O. Box 591, tog with a prayer after which Mrs Vtork In the home .1 the kI... Circle to save, but there Is a temporary .
LIVE OAK 0. B. Dees 8r, conducted a short N. lnvtUU. .ns are Wing sent The circles of the club will meetas shortage of small coins. Take HOT
business meeting. bet follows! Azalea, time and placeto your savings to your bank!
OR CONTACT YOUR all friends and relatives are
Physician Minister Mrs. Melvin Wright read several Invited.Mm.. be announced later; Camellia. S. I LIVE OAK
or ehaptera from the book "Oo Home Thursday. April IS. In the homeof (Office flupplU at MrCrlman'i) .awannt Ave
and TtU-. Mrs. M. H. unison at three
o'clock: the Dogwood Circle will
:lulls MeKeitlieii" ,
meet on April 9) In the home of
Brown Coif Winner Mrs. J, W. Harvard at three
Be a little devilish! Drive
Twelve members and two guests thirty: the Redbud Circle will an
A REMINDERThese were present when the Women" meet on April 30 with Mrs. Donald *
Golfers met at the Country Club Burch. '65 DODGE
last Friday for their luncheon and The program as announced by
golf meeting Mrs. Donald Hatch program
Mrs. R. P. Mills WM winner ot chairman will be an auction and $2205
the ringer tournament with a total I each member Is to bring a wrapped -
Banking InstitutionsWill of SI. Mrs. Jeff MclCelthen and gift to be auctioned. Town and
Mrs. Ilarley Brown tied for the
most ringers. I Alice Cnvcnta Circle IT.*. Itt N."
Be Closed Mrs. Mills gave a report on the I1VK OAK .
remodeling of the ladles room a& I Met With Mm. Miller sI
the club. Mra. B. T. Miller was hostess to
It was also announced that Ue the Allot Oaventa Circle of the
FRIDAY off time bad been changed to First Baptist WJ4.O. at the home mar
100: ajn.Mrs. of Mrs.John Ferry Monday after w
Claude vice secretary an- noon with It members and I visit n o Uo jO'r
APRIL 16 1965 :nouneed that the Invitation to 0rI present.
he Women Golfers for April Shad Mrs. Lillian Fairbanks taught a
I been accepted. portion of the book "Oo Home
Hostesses for PI1d. '. meeting And Ten. ; ...
In Observance of ;were Mrs. Mills and Mrs Claude The hostess served' party sand tirrr N nonrs: shin 'm aright
hackney., _bel. cookies, and punch. blue and whit butterfly
. print sprinkled\ wttH red. But clubman : :
Th new pants look Is either avery tons fasten It on on should.
GOOD FRIDAY Flint Shown At long and lean sweater 0Vfftl.htl" and down the sl<1*. Its easy lf
Royal Service MeetThe or a tunic over straight urea ean b* toufonted with a
Royal Bervte of the First cut Oourreges pants I matching string ..*..

Baptist Church met In the Smiley
Building on April stalls at three j
"clock forth regular meeting.
Mrs. J. W Masnmgin. presl
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK lent rated the meeting to order
allowed' with a ps.,., by Mrsrhsrue .
UVE OAK FLORIDA Webb. frittt 1 'J
The p esram. -Baptist World 41pcc7E
inunce- was tn charge of Mrs I
Arthur lawrence A film was
THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF shown' by Miss Beetle Mae RoWa*
DCI I and narrated. .by the Rev
The group repented. the watdi
rord to close the ...uJII.

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Sermon by the Her. Raymond H. White Jr. rector
H a/moat/ dtfei th. Uw of gravity So tig M Its

of St Luke's Episcopal Church with other rranuter of M borm -y*| down to earth In pr Jet.Tht'

I tiMorbic Inttnuity. Cwfutfcw 53% 0Cfon

the community: partidpating."And I wonted fabric Coo) a3 let, comforUtto/ at

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very earn on the first day ct the week they went to the I I 0 AIM ttr iw js eA Iw

tomb when the ran bad Not. And looking apt the saw that the I
done WU hUed back. And tnUrlnf the tomb. they MW n young Ute Your Revolving Charge

nun mtUnf on the right side. dressed in a white rob And b. said to

Ui fu. 'Do cot be amazed IOU seek J .tu Nazareth, wbo WM eroclfi .

.d. lIE IS RISE.V. lit .b not hen; 1M the plies when they laid I

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IMUnt and .kU. wife, CELBSTIAKLBTCHER : aald WH of BEK\ af BEK tkeniaB 10'..17. W, alone said Soutkkoaadary. wide rickt-af-way tkraaik the Curl In. and far Svwannaa Caanty.Florida I
Is 81'iriT" W alone sawt Bouthboundary. ".! taat. N HON at SB:* at NEH af SaetloaIS PARCEL :XIBeclnnlne at the elf... af t.... Clark aftka
Manufacturing MeAlpln Florida 11.... ,.... thtnoe N Ifllll" W' 1ITS.** foot ta tka. TawatklB S South, ...... ISBut. at a point an tka North said Coart fa 1.1.. Oak gawaanaaCaaaty
It'll .." W 1007ft feet to the Point of Baelnnlnei antaa ..... aIllfoot : Bawanaaa County Fb 1Nats5.5.g boundary. ef tke BWK of Section, Florida a* tka Seth day of
4 J. W. CARTON, u Wont konndnry af sold SIN: ,,,.... ...... rllht-of-way tkrouektka e.*S aaraa. moss ar ..... 14. Townaklp S Boatk, ..... II April 1M. aa .... what tiUaar
Contributor the. Estate of O. F. GREENE N 0'!191".r.i.alone said Wait NE"i of ME(4 af booties II, E.." sail. paint' ....* N Ifll'SI"B totaraat you ar any af yam .... aralalai
: Big McAlpIn Florida boundary, feet ta tba Point Townaklp South ...... I* Eait,, PARCEL XBatlnnhic : S711 font from tile NW soma ta bad ta tba. oboes 'aaerlka4traaU
'. of .. kelne Ill- Suwannaa County, flarldat aonUlnIng at a point an u.. Waatkoundary of said SWK, tkeaeo N t/1410" af land aid ta chew aaaia why
't HIRAM 0. BIBBY. ./11If.. O foot wide. riehtosansf ''' through the .... scoop, mora er Ja... af the WK af NWW afSactlaa K alone 141.- tile aaaia should sat ka. takw for tka
State Economy BIBBY. and kli wife, VIOLET A. WH of BEK and the WTwh'\: 1Township S South *i feat, tMr."l.: : E Sill:- sees 101pn rpo.N sot forth b lb. said
Boon of SEK. Section' 10. PARCEL IX ..... IS Bait aald point kalnc II fafrt to the South koundary ef PK/tos. Ye. w bosh, euqnlr.4 to
.. I South 1Ia... II Kait. Buwannee Baelnnlne at a pint on tha Eaatkoundary N 0.10'"- W toot from said aW.. said. point Ming S 5/.. 50,?. 550* C. ..
AU products manufactured tn OBrwn, Florid. County.: Florida' lonulnlnf f.I* of tha HEN of 8Kit: of tka SW ..,..# of said Wft afNW14 14'SI" W 111.II feet from the" SBeoraer d5 .1151..7. :.= P.u: 111
I 1; worth a total ...... mora ar LeaPARCEL HEN of action II, Towaaklp S tkaua M 1'$0.2$" W. along ef said OWN theses. B South II... Street, P.O' Boi 1***.
Florida plants were NORTH FLORIDA PRODUCTION South, Range 11 East, said .point ka.hie sold bent koindary.. 11401 tot ...u.... W ... said. Boatbkaaadary. Oalaae.Ule./ Florida, a say ef poor
'; of $2,347.000,000 more than tbBI' CREDIT ASSOCIATION 5 Federalchartered VIII S fH'H" E IT'I tent tram those 8 11-11 If E: II4S.(4 foot 141,** feet these N written dafeaaea to said Petition an or
I and used tot cooperative Maocmtloe Beelnnlne at 5 point aa the North tha NB aoraar' af paid WIN. of ta the South boundary af said WH tl'll'tf W HIS.I* feet to tkePoint won tka 11th day ef April' IMS. ant
raw materiaLs power Live Oak, Florida boundary of the NEK of NEK faction BEtt of M1%. thou, S ..!. .." E, of NWH, said point being S of Beelnam! aama bats* a to file tke ertemal af sold written dafeaeee -
t make them the Florida State II, Townihlp I South alone laid Eaat .....d.rp. ..*... MMI'SS" W 41.14 faat from tkaBE parent wide riekt-ef-way through. with the Clark. of the, said Canr
THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF Ranee IS ". bolo ,. tkanaa. "* W 111.40 af Mid Section. Towsshl.e WITNESS: ... band
l said In Its .t said point N N 11" aoraar WH of NWH.tkanaa the BWK af 14. aa Clerk and the.
Chamber of Commerce COLUMBIA ........... chartered andexlitlne 10'!1'01" B: t..... tees from NW fool ta the North boundary of said S .**5'11" W, aJoat saidSouth south ...*. IS Bait SewaaaeeCoantr. eel I af said Court at Lt.. Oak Suwaa.LAVAOOHN .
I I' 4 Weekly Business Review released puna..' to the Federal FarmLoon aornar of aald NEK at NEK NEK af BE!:* of NE%. sold point boundary, IlltS faat tkaaaa FlorMai aeatalame II." s. c..t. Ponds this lb.1st 507
Act thence N Sl'tl'17" 1. alone saidNorth twine N l*'11'"'> E: .....* fool N IIMI1I- W III*.IS tart to the ...... mere er .... f ....... .....
this week. P. O. Bos 141 konndnry, ...... feat, ,h.... from the NW aornar of said' HEN Faint af Bavlnalnii same being a A. SESSIONS
"Since this sum is a realistic Colombia I, south Carolina S 1111..." E: 117'." fart to tka of SEH!: of NEK: '''n.. N II*. ,,,-,,,, wide .ht-o'-way thrust ... for tke. pureeee of ......* .... tad Cl.rlf *-" Cart:
of the work that South. boa"...... of sold HEN, of II'I7R, alone said Nortk fcoon.dary. the W % af NW1 4 of Sons" 10. _..1..* any daaeer treea that are adjacent ZEAL: )
dollar measure PAULINE BIKES, a* Biecntrl of the S .!.. S South' By LIIHaa
NEK, aald point boles S .I1'n"W 111 17 for" tkaaea Township Run II Ea.t tkereto.Yeuj Radfard!
!'. goes on In manufacturing plants Eitate of W. A. SIXES, .'k/. WILLIS II.OS feat from the BE sorter Sflf E SI.t. toot ta tka. Point of ........ Court,. Florida aantala.lot rod sash af yea are hereby commaided Depsy Cart
ALLEN BIKES: deceaiedRoute ... ,.. ..... sad ta tile Circuit U...
also of the contrl of said NEK at NEK. 'b.n S Bwlnntaiei sass kalne a .t 4.44 siren *ara ar U ka appear
it II a gauge 1, Bog I*
button of manufacturing to the O Brlen./ FloridaCLE0PHU8

economy of the state", the trade : &!BIKES and kli wife,

body pointed out. MARY BIKES Qy FOR RENT
Route 1O'Brleo For Saltv-Real Estate
"Growth of manufacturing in Florid. rwr'o4Y'ar
I wi
Florida shows up in comparingthe \ I' "
B. J. COLLINS, and kli wife, I"m A nice house for sale and a nice
1963 value-added figure withr' ELIZABETH COLLINS __ 4 NITY 2-bedroom place for rent. Can
the census of 1958. A 86 per cent Branford., Florida Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
3(2-2931 963-2743. caJJ tf
(Near Hlldrctk) or
the ,
I gain was registered placing RIVER

I state at the top of all sizeable LOU GILDA KOON KOON. and his wife, AMMA HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOB RENT Spaces for mobile REALTY

states in this five year rate of ('B..., Florida LITTLE ADS hom s. Plenty of room. Nice: 407 Dowtlng St.

gain. Three of the smallest states and clean. Good weD water. Farm Bureau Bldg.
WANTED First class
t. W. BARRS JR.. and 11.. wIts,
had a greater per cent gain but LENORA HAIRS BIG RESULTS at U. 8. Post Office In Lift; SALES REPRESENTATIV1: Lake for fishing and swimming Phone 362-1526

their totals were far below the Branford, Florida Oak.: George E. Jensen contractor ., WANTED Metropolitan Uf Morgan's Trailer Park US BO WINSTON J. ROGER:!. Realter

l .; Florida figures. The comparable You are keraby notified. that FLORIDA BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE Inc. Apply at job. Wean an I has opening for salesman In I West Live Oak Florida. Phone Specializing in Farm A Acreage

I' national average gain was 35 per POWER CORPORATION a corporation equal employer this area. Starting salary open >' 362-2018. pcfdj 19-19 Sales and Loans
In the Circuit
this day filed Petition
hot etf
cent. Court for Buwannce County, Florida, Whatever the purpose yss will caJJU r depending on sales experienceand I
.. ....m.nt forrlehtofway FOR RENT 2-bedroom unfurnished -
r- "Employment In manufacture awkln "to condemn find Democrat classifieds de Qualification to 8600 per
which' to
t plants in Florida stood at 172,000 and purpoiH maintain upon trenimliilonllnai LADIES Boost your Income month. Complete training program house. Phone 362- FOR BALK Three bedroom
eonitract the and
job quickly well
persona in 19i and 218.000 In an, epee and pros the fellowinedncrlbed Sell Luzier Cosmetics. Call or, Insurance Program and 1881 or 362-1681. ell tf house one acre land on paved

1983 and payrolls Jumped from Florida triola, of In luwsnooeCounty. write Lucille Courier. Phone Retirement Program. Contact, FOR RENT 2 stores, available road. 450000. See or write

$690,000.000 to $1,096,000,000 ai I DEADLINE FOR INSERTION 792-5451 or Box 294. Jasper. Metropolitan Life. 601 N. Patterson April 1. at 226-227 W. Howard Ifannie Hires, Chlefland. Florida

1 1 manufacturing continued to carry PARCEL' on the .?.., 5:08 P.M. Tuesdays Fla. pdhj 44-4 I. St.. Valdosta Oa. Tel St. the former W. L oarner or phone 4al....'.
more weight in the state's econo boundary fIt the SWK of Section. 242-0648. cagf ti PdJJ 47-81
stores. Contact J. D. Henry,
Town.hlp t South Bane WANTED Short order cook at
II, -
my"e But, laid point' kelne. S 0.11..."' LOW RATE FOR RESULT 15! A 81 W Drive In. Experience I WAITRESSES: WANTED Must 362-2110 for information. FARM FOR BALE:: Eighty-acre:

1 j'u'd5W14.' SN1''tl//". 3V4 cents per word, with a helpful but not necessary. Apply be over 21. Apply In person between cbjj 48-49 farm: five rooms one bathhouse

Sister Branford Alan K tell af .laid l fart SW to%,the old South point boon.d.ry kelne mlDlmam.f'UO. in person. call tf the hours of 8-12 ajn. at FOR RENT Unfurnished, two ; pecan treee: tobaooo.

........" W 111.17 feet from barn 1.4 allotment
S Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake bedroom house on Helvenston ; acre ; small
\ Died Last TuesdayFuneral th.S .BE*'./corner' /" W of paid alone IW paid% t Both (All classifieds most be paid ta WANTED fountain-at Lady A & to W work Drive soda In. City. coil tf Ave. located next to Red 41 lake: four miles east of Lire Oat

services for MrFran. boundary v1.i: tot, thence to said Ntd'ird1J advance.) Apply ta person. cajj tf White Grocery: Can 362-3349 on Fowler Road: 12.000 _

ces Godwin, 80, who died last Wait koundiry 'h.".. N 1'11'$0" FOR SALE after pm. pcJJ 47-49 W. 8. Bosrman. 293S Washing
I held Wednesday W alone told boodary,100.1$ ONE WEEK FREE LPN or RN nurse for nursing ton Road. West Palm Beach.
Tuesday were ,.., to the Point af Beelnnlne I name FOR RENT Furnished apartment Florida.
April 7, In the White Springs Ill-foot wide. rlehtofway"roS.k Classifieds ordered for five home keep included. Phone or pfdj 47-81
Burial in th. IK of SWK andNWK write Mannie Hires, 493-4448 FOR BALE 1 BO John Deere with one bedroom small
{ Methodist Church. was of BWK of Section. It, weeks the last week free.
ran electric
good condition tiller sitting room dining room
tractor ,
the Riverside Cemetery.Bh8iVss Township I South Ra.... It Eait: ChIe and. Florida. pdjj 47-51 FOR BALK:
four Snwannee County Florida contain 84.08 will pay for a 38 word and fertilizer distributor; 1-row kitchen and private bath. Brick home located Sherwood
survived by veneer
\\ Inc S.II ...... more or or.. adTtrtlaement for five weeks CURB HELP WANTED NOW. 40 John Deere tractor; 1935 608 K. Duval St. Phone 362
daughters; one IOn. a sister three Forest, 3 bedrooms, I and
,1 i Ages 18 to 40. Apply In 1(83. pall 47
I PARCEL II 3/4-ton OMC truck 4-speed
brothers including Matt Cannon ., Use Suwannee! Democrat Classifieds H baths electric heat see B
point on & W Drive In. eajj tf
wan transmission and 1955 3/4-ton
f bound oftlb. ;
: of Branford several grandchildren q NVk I of t of for Proven Result. FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house years small down payment
1, Townihlp I sooth, Rente Chevrolet truck. Fuco; Chemical
I and greatgrandchildren.Heat Section 11 Enit, said point belne. N I 0'O..II"W : WANTED Waitresses. Apply at tf on 8. Buwannee Ave. Can Paul price 818.000. P. H. A. finance
Co. 3(2-2092. cars
1.*.I7 fait tram the SE: earner Dixie Grill. cajj it A. Byrd 343-1389 or 363-1387. available to Qualified buyer.
of aid! NVi of NW%. tkincc N MISCELLANEOUS

1 can damage a vacuum 44MS44"boundary W 1111.01.f Florida/.t to Power tfcaEait MAN OR WOMAN to service FOR SALE 1957 Twilight mobile call tf 4 bedroom home. 2 baths, living

cleaner if it Is stored near a radl Corporation'. Niwburn Subitatlon established Watkins route. 300customers. home house trailer. (' x 35', FOR RENT One 3-bedroom unfurnished room dining room kitchen.
laid point brine N I 0'11'14" W
ator or furnace. "Site 7I feet from tke SE: corner of FARMERS Over 8400 average (800. See James Severance house. 504 N. X.Halnea. :. good location known as the

aid Subitatloa Bite' tkcnce N MONET for your farm opera. per month and up. No lay off. Branford. Fla. Phone 835-25(1 Can
THE "Dr. Price Home" \
IN' THE mid Eacl koun
; 'II'I4" W, alone
: 3631(34.pdjj
: THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND dory 114II th.nca S 4*'. lions at reasonable cost. Terms Write C. R. Ruble Dept. A2. or 935-22(1. pdjj 46-50 48-13 reduced to 112.600. terms can
)' FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORSUIT I.'.." E llll.I* fet to laid, East to fit your needs. Loans up to I P. O. Box 2447. Memphis, Tenn.
: 'DA N boundary of NU of NW%. tfcence 7 years Call North Florida Pro. be arranged
TITLE FOR SALE: Used Tires and FOR RENT: 1 furnished small
TO QUIET 8 .'.ri." B: alone said Eait: koaadary duction Credit Assn.. S. Ohio put 48
OTTI3 BROWN sad ", wlf. 11.II feet to lbs Point ofBeilnnlnei Tubes. Bargains for cars house 1 furnished large house
,:'i I I ELVA BROWN. cane bolos Ill-foot I Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 363-2588. MALE!: CUSTODIAN U needed for trucks: tractors All sires avail and 1 trailer space an reason'' I bedroom home. two baths nice
i, Plaintiff., wide rlib t-f-w. tkroucb tka NHaf e ab -tf lot. S4.M.. cash
NWK, Irs Florida Power Cor- the Nursing Home at Dowllng able. Some like new. Hundreds able. Can ace or can Gary Wesson
JAMES ROUNDTBEE.: at. .1.! pentloa'a Newkurn Bubatatlon Park. If interested call
Rini &: please to pick from. Barber's Service 3(2-1974.
Dd.ulo..te.JIIOTIC& Towaiblp I South PAUL A. Realtor
TO DEFENDIN It tI.Suwiaaea County Florida' 363-9143 or contact Pomeroy Station. O'Brien. 935-3533. Also paJJ 48
TRR: MAUD OT wnt.lnlnI.1. zeros, mere er leii. Machine machlneleas and cold Carter at the office of the Advent available through your neighborhood 4 THE STATE OF FLORIDA wave permanent given. Operators FOR RENT l-roon furnished Live OcJt.
J. TO THE DEFCNDANTS: JAMES PARCEL HI Christian Home cajj 48 service station from narfctatf
ROUNDTREEl RICHARD ROUND. n.flnnlne at 5 point on th. Wait Annie H. Mills, Myrtle Barber's Tire Servloe, wholesale apartment W Fifth St. Call
lEER end hi. wife CHARLOTTE boundary of tke SW K of the OWN\ Mills, and Miry Drew MANAOEMENT TRAINING M3-3U3. call 48
ROUNDTHEEl, BENJAMIN H. BIO- of BEN of Section II Towniklp 1South division. cad tf
HAM and hli wife MARY J. BIO Ranea II Eaai: old point Boatright. Manicurist Ruby National sales finance company
HAM, MRS. M. J. BIOHAMi soS D. b.lne I'll'IO" E 471.I* feet from Sanford at Annie's each Thursday ary: and excellent company FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
L BYRD NW ......' af laid BWK of SWKaf FOR BALE New and used It takes a lot of patience to 1m-
Aad lot All\ unknown Spoum of laidaboT. BEK: then.. 8 40'17'M" B: ITS. Friday and Saturday. needs male to age 30. Oood sal pianos. Prier Music Co. North prove the human race and it also AVAILABLE:
...... nitnrel d.,.......te.
And fob All Partlia elalmlne Intereataky II fMt floe to the of Northerly State Road rlekt-of.No. cad it benefits. Automobile furnished. Ohio Ave, Live Oat 3(2-3188. takes a lot of time. For Information call or see:

threaek, ...... er ..,.., tke above way 8-SII. laid curve au... kelne. snra.. Apply 1230 N. Monroe St.. Tallahassee. call tfI PAUL A. BYRD
auied wtural difndanta lot known toke and !honor a radluaaf Fla. cbdj 48-" tel & Ohio Ave.
dead or .11... ...*.0.17 ,.." tkenee Seatkweat.erly .
And fo1 All part!.. boot. .. er tlalmlne alone laid curve a chord. bear- ANY TYPE FOR BALK: AH lists of tarpsuQlns. For S*!.-Real Estate Live Os t. Florida\
to bop any rlllh" till or Unit .hi and low and dlitanca of b ll'l* o" W I guaranteed not to leak Phone 343-13M
/, to tha following deiarlbed property, ar I....' fort to lbs Not boundary Half the world's coffee grows In
any part .h...,, iltuata In BuwaaaeeCounty MEMORIALWORK ;, Ottls Brown Motors. edjj tf .U
j of old SWK ef OWN\ ef OE:%. Bruit the National Geographic
; Florida, to-wltl aid Dolnt kelne N ..U..*" W 41IT .- Q. FOR BALK Two 44 X 100 lots. ,
All fh.. Rate: of Section 14, feet from tke SW comer ef laid ..,.. : FOR BALK One M John Deere No's n and 74 on Louis Bird,
Tewaiklp I south .. II Eait SWK af lE:\%, tkanee N I FOR BALK: House Slid 101l1r
lying Bovlk of But HI........ )10.U IMISO" SWNo old W,., koua.dary tractor and an equipment Including Beverly Hills Estates: $500 ash
300 a Walker Ave.J. .
'11.'* fat to the Point efBeelnnlne DONE power saw. Bargain Terms can be arranged for z en
Y.. and Ea k af You, PERSONAL NOTICE
arc netlfledtkat I aama being a portion' efa Call 382-293S 8432743. O. Cannon at Cannon .>
u aalt to qnlat, Mtla la tka .1Ie... Ill-foot wide rlehtefwaythroaeh price. or qualified buyer. H. B. Jeffcott
doairlbed preperty. ".. .kata flUd' ... .., the OWN of the BWK ., Granite, Marble, Bronze cajj tf Rt. 206. Ytneentown. V. J. Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3631(17. -
yoa and yea ... h..b, raqalradeer to 8BK:\ ., Sorties II, Tewn.hlp S Phone 36X3333 Rev. James K. Miller president of soil tf
South, R.... II Eaat. BuwannaaCounty FOR BALK pdjJ48-S2 .
: Poulan and Pioneerchain
.... LIVE OAKMONUMENT Rlvervlew Christian Day Schoolof -
a aopy af your to tka Florida! eonlalnlni '.11
\ Complaint on tka Plaintiff.' Attorney, ore, mere ar osaPARCEL Jacksonville Fla. will be at saws, parts and service.

William J. Florida Whihare.. and, Jrv flit P. O.tka Baa original II* IV CO. the Buwannee County Agriculture Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, TRAILER OWNERS IIORNE REALTY CORP.

'l tOa'b., af tka Clark at t$. Clraalt Beelnnlne at a point an tke Nortkkaundary Homer Sanford, Rep Coliseum\ May 10 at 8 proto bows, bars and chains. Repair LOTS FOR SALE
Dorm af ......... eo.." Florida, osor of the OWN of Section schools. for most small gasoline engines. GOOD TERMS.: Priced I59S BRANCH orrrcEIIS
kefer I I ....U... of sold Cemylalat will b.< East sold point kelae N 01'11'11" Anyone Interested In private Tyre's Saw A Engine Service OUTSIDE CTTT but close in) W. Reward M.
l' .eeafnied. B 141.1/ foot from tke NW ours YOUR 8 X 10 PHOTO Hand PAUL. Realtor
formerly Electric: Service Co. BYRD
MD.Md Is be at
: schools to
,kia tka lOtk day ., March, ef said OWN Ikanoa N it'll'*4E colored In oil only 82. Offer urged present
1011. alone Mid, North boundary, 11.. that time. tell 5th Bt Tour small engine 401 a Onto Ave. GEORGE B. DEES
; IAVAVOHN A. SESSIONS I* foot 'h.... S ..'.. If B expires May 30. 1969. Leave at headquarters., add if Live Oak. Florida'
deb 4351WETT8TEIN
Clark Clraalt Oaart .0..." fern to tka Baulk. .boundary Hunter's Rexall Store or SMChas.
fI I Bawaaaaa OM"" Florida. of said! SWK, Mid l point boise S Phone
I SEAL)| Se'l44W $1,11 lest from the5E A. Taylor Rt. 4. Box 188. I will not be FOR BALK: Frame hale and 343.1350'if Phew 34)1.164

dl-ta : ...... af Mid IW %. 'h..... S Phone 8(3-22,3. pajej 43-:3: responsible for debts incurredby 14 ranabout. trailer and 30
$1'0411" W. said Seatkboundary.
: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP nut 111.5 fort, tkoeie. N anyone ether than myself. ; hp Johnson motor. May be seen 20 ACRES
f THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THK: II'ISII4 W 1011II fist to ,... LAWNS MOWED Edging., at 117 Van Buren St. Can 3(31403. A home for sale In Sherwood Powant About 11 Stiles From live Oak
i t STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Paint af P.o.lsst'awe Mae a weeding flower beds genera! Otto Wtttstetn m.caJJ" : I bedrooms 3 baths Bv- ,Good Livable Howe Oood Waist
SUWANNEK COUNTY. ... '00' wide, rlikt-af-way tkraaektka cajj U
it AT LAW NO.-.- OWN\ at ..,.. IT. Tow..kip 4 yard work and other odd Jobs. Inc room dining mod kitchen, I/a Mils Off BUte' Highway

if EMINENT DOMAIN Moth, Bine. 14 Bait. SuwanneaCaanty Call Norman Corbett at Bran.nan' WANTED PIGEONS Tounc or breeding carport, ntfllty room, an on s 8504 Dowa $50eld Month
FLORIDA- POWER Florida. ..talal.. '.U SeE 01'
I aPI i
sane, mare ar ..... Standard Station. S(3. pairs. 3140 pr. to S or more pr. good large lot. food terms.

I' Petitioner. 1334. pbjj 47-48 lots. For pets or squab breed PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor 401 $0 ACRES

w I OPAL MERCER BUTTS a widow. .*PARCEL 5 aolat TBeelnnlne .. tke" North WANTED Donations of wheelchairs ing. Immediate shipment S. Ohio Ave, Live Oak. Fla II Acres Xn Cultivation

f I SUN FINANCE S LOAN COMPANY; boo.dary -: the PEN .4 Spells. 5, PIANO TO TRANSFER JopUn walkers crutches, sickroom KORDES: 816 8. K. 3rd Ave, caeetf lt.e tUles ,.. Town
a earparalloa. i. W. HARVASD. sad T.washlp South, Ran, $4 East Piano will turn this lovely supplies for use in the
Ii- ,.. wife, CORDELIA H. HARVARD saes ",151 Mot 0 I'."'"" Fort Lauderdale Fla. Good WatcrboleKJos .
ALEXANDER.: .....11 fort ,... NO .nw of said 1J11netIocall7 /or man County Loan Closet. Please can Pddh 45-48 FOR BALE S-bedroom home
f aad ker L.han1 SOS BCN AlKXAN. lE.. son t 5'liI... ....n payment balance. Reported In 3(3-1741 or SUwannee County bated I BSfles from Live Oak. Building Bite
DEB: CELKSTIA B. FLETCHER aaeaardlaa feet, UI... B H'lfll- E ...*..* ..... 1/3 DIm
with S el B.highway .
t i I af M. U FI.BTCBER ././. toot ta tile Bait kaaadary af laid. excellent condition.) For detaiLs Health Department. 3(2-2708. FOR BALK: Fence Staples: 1 acres land on U.

3 MANNIB L. FLETCHER, aa laem.peteat SEK. tkaaea S 1'511" E, *laa. write Credit Office, 313: Main edjj 47-80 lb.. lOe: IB Iba. 9Se. CundtffBroa pecan tress, deep wen
1 4 aid kla wife. CELKSTIAyLETCBEK said Eaat kaaldary, III.14 180 ACRES
Phone with electrls PAUL A.BTRD. .
1 J. W. OA8TON. aa Ad.Mlahtratar paid palat kerne. N ..III!" W Joplln. Mo. pee 48lEPOSSESSED 3433734.Ptfjj pomp. Klee Brkfc BesaeThree
1 af She Eelale: af 0. F. **..II feet freer SB souse af aaMSBK. .'-11 Rather 4M & Ohio
GREENs: S.ciMed. HIRAM O. BIBBY tkaaea- M ll'l"'ll" W 144*.. BINDER. SeWs FOI's.JeAatomotiftI Aw Live Oak. Fla earl U Beoroogs Modem Bath
a/k/a H. O. BIBBY. and kla. wife.i It fpe1, thso' N 11'01'W. like FOR BALK: Boxwoods both Tofceeeo. AOotsMBt Con Base
J. VIOLET A. SISSY I NORTH PLOR. 147.5 toot N said Marth ......, to-O-Matle. new. Makei I
I IDA PRODUCTION CREDIT: A8SOCI- af /E.. ...... N SIMIT-\: hundreds of fancy stitches BALK: 1842 VoOswacen. large and smatt. at the right FOR BALK 3-twdrooea house Good Location

ATION. a Fedora .ha...... eanaara.tlT. alaae said Noah ..../ I'I'. ISLES makes buttonholes sews on 81180. Fine" condition radio, pries 404 K. Duval BU. J. D. located M Brie west en US M, Good Fans Land
aiaaclatwa' ERA I. faat ta the Paint W Baelaalaeiaama
LAND BANK Of cx1' Juru s ear.peratiea kelne s ll.faa wide riekt- buttons blind hems monograms heater, pejssencer recllainc seat Bailey. ccjj 47-48 8M down. I48JO per Month.. 828, 00 M% Down

Utlne paraaaat-....ta...aa bartend Act ef Ceaereee)and a*., i'"i:: .1* embroiders, dams, patches vent shades", food tires. Can FOR BALK: 1500 Iba. Indigo Reduced became not ecsnpavte-

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Cetata af W. BIKES, ././. WIL.US pnone 2(2-3470. tail 48 Can: B. Arraiarvd On Bloat.
ALLEN BIKES: ........ CLEf VI Mgr Suwannee Democrat. 48 .
1, P BU8 BIKES, sad km wife MARY Baemame. at a aalat aa tka. Waat ...41 FOR" SALE 1854 Ford 3-ton POR BALK: Walnut dining
1IEES. S. 1. OOUJNS. aid kla wife. kaaadary at the SEK W NON afiMtlaa pbhh truck with grain bed. 3speeda.a
i CLJ1ASBTH COLUNB. QILDA I. Tawaikh f Saalk. BaaeaIS room suite, extra long table
BOON rod .kla. wire, AMMA LOU aaM patat FOR BALE Portable I axle. 8-forward transmission. and a Bond oak antique haOtree

I iSaTiBNoIi BA.a '*, sal ". ....1 EauE o NBM MMus.III' P. A. system. 10 watt amplifier. In good condition. Can 8432633. ant Can 343-1)81. eajj 48 T nr

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I NOTICE IrT'lJtllNtNT. af tka BK af SSK ., said FOR BALK: Roses on Fiends
DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS LoOMs. tkanaa Sir4- K, alee*
I Df THB NAME OPTHB old last kaaadary. Sll 41 fee. rvoonuBended roststock. Growing FOREVER
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Priced to seB. After school end
EH af SI%. tkaaaa N *! Real Estate Representative Wanted
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kaaadary at BU af SEK\ aadahae Siafe-Buy Real Estate Agency a well established national VftUK R lRHoM 8U tOrWGJ DOUi1F.1rr
fi I -. PTNANCB LOAN COMPANY.earaeraUae. said Wait kiaadary af SBKat real estate sales and trades organ listing, la seeking; a .- FOR BALK: Purebred Boxer i

I *ll Madiaea ...... at NEK.Baelaalaei 111.11 paw fee*katn ta tka a Pant It*. tied exclusive representative for the Live Oak area and BUT- popples eight weeks old. Price s wif$ w Jobs ll erg0

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Sawajiaaa A_.. Mai eeatatam .... aaraa, mare and supervision facilitates your successful operaUon, after seed 84% germlnaUen John

tlra Oak. FlarldaMIUtRED Sere meeting state licensing requirements. Opportunity for Income W Cooper, Phone 343-3813 after fit,
unlimited. Inquiries Invited from licensed salesmen and w
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hot ._... JOE BEN ALEXAX at tka. NW sir.wo af tile brokers. Also sales teams, or sun and wife, who would like
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