Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
April 22, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


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


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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OTHINKIMUGO'' Construction Gets UnderwayGroundBreaking Ceremonies "I;

With ...... C. Wadswerthtet's At New School Sit
Monday High I I !

go. The new Suwannee High School came closer to
Tbla short yet descriptive this week when members of the School Board and I
phrase has been uttered many citizens broke the tint
ground at the site of the
times and by a statable number
high school.
ben In recentweeks
ef local
it growing The new school U to be located at the present
for there a
View School. The school will
awareness that this county stands Polaom L. M Crews, school I
utfflae the buildings of the Pine '
on the verge of much growth It ( )
chairman and V V.
View School plus havmg! more,
only we will bestir ourselves and faculties built behind the e....ti'i Lemon H. OU1. board I ,
lend guidance and support action Also present were several
tog school.
now being taken to Improve here of the school advisory f
On band for the ground breakIng
life here. were Superintendent Henry MRepone I mittee, and many other I
Thus U appear certain that the ____ -u _____ __ __ Interested m making t
more this admonUhment 1* heeded school a reality. .
the fatter and greater will be Red Cross Crews served u master '
our growth. monies for the occasion: 'I
Drive Takes Spurt the Importance of the .
"ThU week certainly la an imj Dan Aastta. ...> la servlnr breaking event as the I
portant on for thU county In the .. chairman .f the INS Red of action to bring better .
natter of achoola u picture and tress campaign ta this eeanty.aald to the county )
news storks in this Issue clearly here this work that respmse Clarence H. Ratllf,
point out. to the Ides fee fends the 18 member school
A tart was made on s new and leek a definite sswrt renewingehasUsMcw committee commented i
toodern' high school Monday the | ef the ,......- need for a high school that
first pan of a sizeable federal ty ay the DeMwral ..'UaIa prepare Suwanne County i I
grant to build the school and repair .I Wen ever half ef the eemty's with the proper training
daamc from Hurricane Dora I t7N tests WM rslsed. Aaatlaaald. in a modern and complex I
WM presented to the school board sad aai eased l will .. Louie C Wadsworth and : I
and the 15 man advisory committee : forwarded to Unal headejaarten M Ward chairmen .
named by the school board to that will avrwiltwaaa I.. of the physical plant and
study county school needs will .. Ce aty .. meet Ita re- sub committees of the
make 1U official report tonight 3aed item the suUiMial WrLAaUJa vlsory committee
Tuesday TaIlah...... Senator said a.e her Ides was I that the ground breaking 1
Iloutton W Robert and Repre- heist catulcVrnd' later this yearM dence that people of : :
tentative Leon N McDonald Introduced aware this. eMntv feel to County are looking to the :;
Identical bills In both ear, *a total activities ef the and sincerely want good : :
'houses of the state legtalsture Red tiers each aa llfeaavtageenra. The Rev Nelson Melvin ( 'J
asking that an area vocational- lint aid kutractl dent of the Live Oak P-TA. .
trade school be established m asS alatllarLegislators pr.grawa ticipated In the event.
Live Oak to serve the Suwannee Leroy Bowdoln. )
County IftLWedntldaJ' schools: O. H. Rutledte. '
afternoon a local Will ruing principal, and John
delegation" appeared before a son, principal of Buwannee (
House committee to seek committee Be Guests OnBoatACadc School were cited by
approval of the act. In the heir fine work In the school
group were School Board Chair tern. .
man L. M Crews SuperintendentHenry Richard Poster ,
M. Polaom. Advisory Commtttee Suwannee High School
Chairman Clarence HRaUUt Members of the Florida Lrgta- Council thanked the .
Bop Ranch Ma Met lature now In session at Tallahas ficials for their forward
+<; jtavry Waavnev and Acv nt Chris. .. will pause In th4r ddrb.n- lea ." & 1
than Home Supertatenednt iAemegay Uona 10 .,tJOt'an what .ee u. I slew 1 t r 6. r.:, : i i
Carter. ** Buwaanet River tbla weekend
Just what win be toe result of aa guests .f the Buwannee River
activity to bring blUer Authority. River Dill -
an this !
schools to this county remains abe Countlea making up the authority I At Cross City ( j :
seen but all of .* can take have served as boats to
In the fact a problem to recognised members of the legUUturt for the Federal aalhertUra wilt I I I
pride ......
sessions. The Boat- Plata hew the Wud
and something la to be past three
It for urn .H O-Cade has eipanded since Its new bef... Cesureaa w.l :
done nothing to correct more Important to the meUgaUon and several bundrtd the ........ River at a ..It"I I :

growth I foreeee than a school guests will be on the liver starting lag .. be histidal -
rally accredited and ,... shortly after noon on Bator Aaett U. at the Dial 0. .
sper Oil
cased as one of the better ones day Cevrtbewse
Registration win begin at 10:Mam. UMam.eaf .
to Florida.Me. ....
itRfinf.rd | h r. Ksytor.
I.) at Branford with clUaens
( I Cs**ta'ad e* Page .
serving u hosts at an to the db outdoor lunch at the noon hour 0..... B Dr. Delay To Begin Launching of boats for the ride sled to dtoMM. th. ....... I :
Practice Here SoonDr. down the Buwannee win begin atOM .... ef the a.t U M .... I
e/ttoek and an are expected' .... I
W. IX d.aJ.-'F efto ... !
,. this
weed Does
dose mU Finals Springs
to .
R CSIhur. barn ..... I
_. time far aa aittdoor cupper Saturday eepewawhe is the ....
Uve Oak aad w0 ..... thaMraeUee Bight at that location.Ctoeeu River A.......,. rid ban
........ here wtthta .
el and boaters win spend week M ... h..*.4 a largo e I
the meat tw. welts the night at rannla Bprtngs.Beoatnc g..... tram ........ !
Dr.......* win war aw*ef Ik*
facUtUea at tannin has ..... be a* bad to
fftos firmest aeeaHed by Dr. I ... .. sad Shrsnda&
Is (.... I QiailUiaii eei rage II. -
B. U Ifsie-em The doctor a
-'III ptaeilUMMr wttt yean
.f anUai n........ Various Stage Completion
Dr. Delay meted .. live (.all
to wows to aa advwlMnaee*
to UM Asaeitoaa KUdfaai AsMet Construction I Here I Moving At

...... I....&. .
The dieter t ...... .. Pace As Buildings Are Added
this part af rtortda a. a* pert.
.d fer the y......* ASMlasstown Construction (hi Suwannee County reached a brisk 1
nmrlil to lake till
in various
week buildings were
as many
...... ltJI.
Dr. Delay Is saarrfad aad Ms completion.A .
nine ..... SMM aad eightgraNehirs. building that will. house the offices and
.. house for the Suwannee Block Company was ....
-.__ t.n_.. at a.... .._. 1
the block aompany en w
I OEP Check h Drtirereil Avemtt.The .

:" ; new building wffl be
flow space of B.TM square
and will be eompJrtety alr.
Uoned. The building win
eoocrrU. mortar salt and i

paay mauruOs. wed by the Wed

According to the /
Black Company president
general Kolan.
the tadodng should he .... :
ta the lint tap to three w.
The budding .si being ....
Ud by the owner,
Laos the souaty ta the
dripnJ Cw salty.
has been en the new
phla BaptM ter ei. The
.Is being bait en the site ef
V old chwrcb that burned. tart
The chwrch win have 1
.ejvar* fevt af floor space and
seat aa aathtiatoil. 2M ....... .
A shad SwaMi V9..MT waa presented to I.a ttolia re4M the aadnortam. The east ./
.., r*hoe TwMUr .. peeled erttleaaral ef as OCT graa4asiiasrtaad sleets M eetisaatod st tU.$
toM Xeii.ii. fe Sheer ..,.... tofcnl. fwe>eis> The Rev Jilt U Stewart
tor ef the Chuth. predicted .
Jr.' -.4 (** check toVMMM.
Owl DisVeM Dbvetor 0. B. M at the prearat file ef....,.,
The real ....... ef th. etohw lee federal reid la H ent. > UM chortb ....... be ready .
Melding to f__ Bred If De .-.,.b**&:** M bathe .. w e In&M.. .
aww high rfl that wee deemed this w... .7nM -... ta.s>. Al the CMseum slat twe i

sad Sean wfl W Mt*toward rraAkesag. ikfmtmt. aM re- buOdtncs that wtO haw a
pdrlag InrgdM131re.. iMI wire b.Sebas She flied. IRs I CislMiil eat tale


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II- FLORIDA'S- -- It Happened In ..


Farm Suwannee County, Florida

Should Be Only The BeginningGround Front 1915-1910-1955

was broken here Monday morn There are now th-e who threaten that
ing for a new high school to be built at such a bond issue will double taxes. Thisis DortoE.Conner.

the Pine View site ridiculous and not based on facts, but is Taken From The Fife Of '

This in itself is good news but the realization indicative of the extent to which those who _

that the event could well Imple- intend to fight good schools will go. By According to report of the first TIIE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

ment this county's determination to provide asking for facts, citizens and tax payers of hearing In the field by the National
and accredited schools for this their Commission on Food Marketing r
adequate county can trace such rumors to and Mrs. R. H Justice were hostess contacted better than 75
the fine youngsters entrusted to our care origin and better rationalize the real reason the Commissioner got an 1915 to the Delphinium Circle at of ttoaepenon. eligible per cent

should kindle pride in the hearts of those, for opposition to better school. earful of complaint about food the Members of the Daniel Tedder the home of Mr*. William Mr. the area that will be to vote'In
buying practices of big added
who really care what happens here in the Monday should be the day on which chain Chapter u. D. C. are called to James C. Hill Mrs. O. C. Sperring, the city. to'
way of modern and adquate school faci- meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'- Mr*. R. L. White and Mrs. A. O.PattlUo -
this county made its first move to providefor In testimony at Cheyenne Wy; being .
clock at the library.-: This were hostess to the Dogwood Complimenting
lities.That its greatest asset its boys and girls-.. owing, about what goes on In buyIng her e Ide r
a start has been made h gratify Memorial Day: member are requested Circle at the home of Mr. daughter Sandra Oayle.
the school the demands of cattle and Iambs, It was on her
system space age to bring flowers to decorate' mIL Mn. E. W. Weldon and 13th birthday, Mn.
ing. That this unit is but the first of several charged that beef producers have LouIe c
to build the school facilities needed to and the facilities they deserve as our most the grave of our beloved Mr. Mack H. Padgett entertained : Wadsworth entertained with
been forced to subsidize consum- sn
precious community possession. soldiers who are resting In the the Redbud CIrcle at the home Informal dance at Bate Hall Jut
give Suwannee boys and girls at
County ers to the extent of some $20 a
When and if this county solves Its city: cemetery.; By the order of Mrs. Weldon Friday evening
least an even break in this matter of com- head.
Mrs. p, R. Me-
number one problem of an adequate school acting president. -
with children of other counties
peting Reporting extensively on the
system this newspaper sees a soaring I Comack. Twenty-aeven senior received The second annual Spring ye..
could and should be the goal and deter- hearing Supermarket New noted
tlval of the
their diploma emblematic of primary
of citizen of the growth and development for Suwannee that the president of the Denver the department
'mined objective every Now that the contract for completion of 12 yean of school of the Live Oak school win be
County. Failure to to the
measure responsibility Pl't.
up Union declared
Stockyard :
for the new
county.To drawing of the plan work in the Branford High School tented next Thurs :
bring about equal facilities at oth- we owe our youth in the way "One of the big problems of the school building ha been let, It 1 11 Auditorium Monday night. The at 1:30 on the local: footbaiffi

er locations and for children other than of good school facilities will doom the cattle industry; was the selfish Interest perhaps safe to assume that step das 1* the largest in the history; Prim committee Is composed.

those likely to be assigned to the new high county to standing idly by while progress of retailers through {elective will soon be taken toward selling of the school. of Mr. Robert N. SneU. ldrt

school will require an affirmative vote for and development goes merrily on it way elllng of a. discriminatorynature the bonds and getting work on Braxton Dennis and Mrs. Robert
in neighboring counties. to enhance the competitive the building started about the William
school bonds. That there are those opposed Assisting 1* a commit.
to such a project is well known. That the people of this county will use position of the retailer; cutthroat time the school year ends. There 1955The tee from the P-TA. Mr, w a
competilon at the of the in the UU
expense U perhaps no town McLeod. Mrs. J.
the event of Monday to signal the begin- N. 81ms
It behooves every Independent thinker producer, processor and consumer that 1* more In need of a school first annual parent and son Leon Wooley and ,
Mr .
in this county and we feel this group ning of a plan to provide every youngster ; wasteful expansion of their building than Live Oak and It 1* banquet of the J. P. William Lee Noble.

dominates in Suwannee County, to find out in this county the opportunity to attend an position; extravagant advertising, likely that the school authorities Memorial Future Farmer Chapter I

for himself just what such a bond issue accredited school should be the resolutionand tamps, giveaway and unduly win make a special: effort to have was held here Friday night In the Cemetery Working

means in the way of taxes. dedication of every person Interested large profits on Invested capital." the new building ready for occupancy local school cafeteria with a packed There will be a

Those opposed to education and self-- in county progress. Those concerned only A cattle raiser Courtenay Da- : ; by the time school: opens house of parent, chapter party at the cemetery working .

ish in their views will go to any length to with personal gain can be expected to ,lineup via, Horse Creek, Wyoming, noting next fall. members and invited guest of Primitive Baptist Crawford Church tat.

defeat the bond issue and will bane their on the aide of those opposed to oppor- that the spread between wholesale the organization on band.for the (Thursday, today

campaign on fear untruths and half- tunity for children of this county. and retail beef prices ha become The sheriff emptied 38 quart occasion.: Formerly: the chapter .

the largest In history, add- of good whiskey that had never had been. holding. .. father. and IOn
the' of will be
truths. Just a little effort on part The question answered before
ed: banquet, out this inviting ,
been drank one day this week. ;year began
will without question result the out and the time to talk- Grant Participating
every tax-payer year is begin "This ever-widening margin loA It flowed down Ohio Avenueon mothers of the chapter I
in answering the question how much ing and sudying is now. demonstrate clearly: that new Its way; to the sewer Its last members also. In Naval Maneuver

will it cost. concentrations of economic power retting place the colored fraternity John L Allison son of Mr. and EXERCISE: QUICK KICK YD

have been created In the meat and some not colored, Mrs Lee Fryor, was named the (FHTNC) April .9 Quartermu.ter .

About Industry which dominate and will stood. at the edge of the sidewalk Star Chapter Farmer during the Third Class Harry E Grant

ultimately; destroy the Independent : with bowed and bared head, and program and wa presented witha m. USN, aon of Mr. and Mm

Otfieft livestock producer If they mourned the loss. wrist watch by; Clarence Ratliff, Harry: E. Orant Jr. of Live Oti
This are not restrained In a reasonable local businessman. 1* taking part in Exercise Quick

I way to preserve a fair competitive The kitchen: In the residence of Kick VH. with Underwater Demo.

S And business regulated by the discipline J. T, Carroll caught fire Thursday Live Oak will triple its area lltlon Team 22, operating from *

of true supply; and demand. night about 10:30: o'clock but the and gain an eatlmated 2000 additional the Naval Amphibious Base Uttlt

That Davis charged that packers and fire was extinguished before any: resident a* a result of approval Creek, Va.Quick .

chain_ b1)'era.UQ\ an Important swat dmtir- wu don- to- the of city limit extension by; Kick VII is a joint service .
marketing tool in some areas when dwelling.. The Inside of the kitchen 68 per cent of those residing In : operation on Vleque Island

nlshtngs of a building may belong to a croup or acongregation. I they purchase fat cattle direct was pretty badly charred. the affected area. Member of the off the southeastern coast of

TogethernessIt Legal title must be vested some from feeder in the country on the Junior Chamble of Commerce Puerto Rico March 22 through
stands to reason that "The Oreat Society"Into basis of price at terminal mark- erred a* petition circulator and April 10.
which we are to progress like *o many wiggling where.But 1910
the church must belong to God, and pastors eta.In
larvae from the worm to the butterfly stage will and this way; he said they avoid Fire of undetermined !.
congregation an origin
are merely; watchmen over this
competing for fat
Involve some change property of God's. We can't help but think God Is cattle on the Saturday accounted for severalthousand
terminal market and weaken
And Publisher Ernest Joiner of the SEBASTO-
dollar damage to the
pleased with the way HIS stewards in Snead AllisChalmersSALES
.1IIiIIfo,... coot.1e YAtlnl,. VHMMwtV. *._ .. are very heir price country on btivlna which prices.they base new, WPA built, lime rock Me-
wn V *-' JKutuw County Wn.ftd.n. .... Alpin unit of SuwaniM County's
dawning of July 1. Under the heading "TOO.KTH-' Mwtuuut M .n.M .. \e.:
tlmony and intern. One room south of
ERNESS": he writes documentation submitted -
: the
auditorium and
Ant Historical at the hearing, the Com. was completely SERVICE
"Those of you who have had occasion to Meeting destroyed and some valuable
mission I II going records
to have
travel In the South are aware that traditionally, History was made in Jefferson County las material to study before plenty It writes: of lost In the fire. Most of the IN THE LIVE OAK AREA

separate public restrooms are set aside for white Wednesday night when a biracial committee ..t : up its final report. Out in the records were kept In duplicate In

men, white women, colored men, and colored down at a conference table in the courthouse to field they get the gripe and the superintendents office
complaints -
women. This arrangement served very well until discus the various ramification of the Poverty I of everyone. These will candidates Repair Any Make or Model TractorWill

the Civil Right Act came along last year and Act and to try, through Joint effort, to work out have to be weighed against the Twenty qualified for
upset the tradition. a program which might be beneficial to the entire argument in defense of current the nine city office to be fined at ( Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver)

"Now, 'the four restroom have shrunk to community practice when the retailer, processor a city vote set by: law on Tuesday ALL
: after the first WORK
two, labeled simply 'men' and 'women'. But on Aside from the fact that the group was meeting *, and others get their inn- Thus Live Oak's Monday In May

July 1'a' Fel'eral1aw takes effect which make a* a biracial committee";, probably a tint fo ings In later hearing. lion will coincide municipal with the' elec first

it WeaI'0 discriminate: between the sexes, and the county there
wa nothing too Democratic Leo
primary for
extraordinary; A recent ; state and Dunnam
that bring back to the about It. For new story about Jack- Building
us restroom rhubarb the white and Negro race have lived sonville authorities county office Separate polling
"Under the new law, won't men and women in harmony in the looking for 11 place will be (Mayo Road
county for the hundred year or 20 alligator missing from the fixed at the City Aero* From IfowUnd Feed Mill)
of any color be entitled to Use the same restrooms alnce slavery; was abollahed. meeting together often' city sop reminded mo another Han for city elector and voter

? Couldn't a. women demand her legal to work out common problem and giving assistance reference to alligator had caught of precinct two In the county.Mr Phone 362-3222

right to UM the men' room? And couldn't a man one to the other, when assistance was needed my eye a day or two earlier. -

stand on the Public Accommodations section of Today: there la a threat to that harmony I found it on my desk an advertisement *. B. 8. COMer Mr*. H. H.
the Civil Right Act and the ladle outside Hair, and Mr*. Q. o. Walton were
use lounge our boundaries with motive not yet en for men' shoe In a hostea to the Landen Tractor Co.
"Something tell us that even the ladle, tlrely: clear. national magazine. It picture in Circle of the Canterbury Ben
who are so anxious to beat down the barriers If that beautiful color torn handsome Club Friday;
committee, which met for the first at the home of Mr. Conner. HAROLD
between the sexes, will Insist upon hanging on to time Wednesday; night be left alone and not sub Texas alligator oil hide shoe*. To someone a W. K. William. Mr*. H. C. Wino Mr*. LANDEN, Owner
their 'aeparate- but equal' powder-room faclUtlea. jected to pressure from outside, white perhapa
or colored, they might
Whether or not the new 'emancipation proclamation' : w. believe that they appear to be bargain
; can .
accomplish much not But not to me.I .
win overdo the 'togethernes concept' only under the
program which they seek to adminIster dont believe XT1 be
may wen. In the end, be decided by the Supreme but In restoring trust, one race for the other- down to the store to buy hurrying a :pair

Court" Montlcello New before they're sold out The prices Y
However the "togetherness" aspect may turnout a : a tassel loafer or plain toe

we understand that It will also be Illegal to If you do not believe In Providence, watch the Oxford at 1135 a pair; a clip on or

state in a. "help-wanted" ad whether you seek a average lady: drive and try; to figure out what else a moo-Oxford. Ills. HIRE NER

man or women worker, and some publishers are aver her TImes, Chicago And for a little number In which
now barring age qualification from such adverbs to knock around the house or slip "
In,. And certainly an employer in discriminating: Power not revealed b1 on after rapper, you can choose: a e
J? striking hard or often moccasin '
against ignorance (which should command our but by striking true. Balxar. style for merely $85.
Which 'I
sympathy) If he choose a job applicant with experience of Florida Wildlife me the April issue

in the work he want done I But, would It The Imbecility of men 1* always Inviting the the alligator "should be note managed that
be fan to have the Job-anker roll dice for the impudence .
Jobs of power R. W Emerson like any other species of wildlife"
Some people DO have more luck with the but should be regarded a* an ceo.

than other- Page the Supreme Court I Let not thy will" roar when thy power can but hernia resource and not a sporting b
--Lake Region New haUl* "bIaperThomll Puller. game animal. 4

a In the last Florida open season

.A power above all human for hunting alligator UIU-IO it '
Raised Eyebrows to be above all human mponsJblllty ought I* estimated some H.TM ef the ,
attainment C. C. Colton creature: hide
more than feet
The decision of Bneada Baptist Church to invite L t
toot. found their way into hide ,
an to worship, regardless of race or color la deaJera' hands

.f bound to QUIt some rated eyebrow; to say the The Suwannee DemocratOF -

.1 very least But it stimulates serious t.bInk1DI. Air freight dttrmy of MOM .,.

The key word of the fineada decision are not LIVE OAK, FLORIDA ricultural commodities I* letting WE DID you'll find her behind

r "race or color," but the "invitation to worship.. ",.. t*. Heart to be big buauwaa. the bank counter, ready
./ aM Soso ...
A church. If it 1* to remain a. church must keep M ... Y tl y" A recent issue of The Packer to cash your check

its prime function the worship of the Almighty It BANNER> &. : produce Journal report Pan Amrtcan provide a money order or Traveler

:. must not be allowed to become the arena for political 9Sa& 11M J&?lilt haSfllMFlorid Airway expect to deliver Check, arrange a ale

l. action or political demonstration.Man erg Mae a c..., lint to the New Tort marketing area deposit box she and we are here

can only conjecture about toe attitude earth .::Jlit r'liPublI Ji i .000 ton of Ytnetuelan tomatoes to serve you.
'' Clara S. during April and
Wadaworth May.
of Ood but using the leaching of His Son wt can _.,. Associate Editor During the
draw pretty accurate picture! He Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager part winter's peak
.,. It wa who season, the air Hm bandied hUB-
said "Forbid them not" when soma of His follower Cep T. (Pete. ) Wright.... Shop Foreman deeds of ton of fresh theme

Bought to exclude children from Hi aervloai. CIuI ..... Pail At Law peoeecit11'1Tpri from Argentina to few York

f' We must wonder, therefore If H. 1* saying RATJ8 IIuwa.rmM LamaiAO Jet ago air transportation now
"forbid them nor In thl instance M well. Outside euwaanee OomItJ $3JALL bring treat fruit and ngetaake

One ia. reminded of the story; of the pastor 8UB8C'1UPTrOHS ps.b IA Aeano4ZMBE from where they are being grown

; who called a scoutmaster and told him. "'J cant to wherever they art In demand

: let your scouts use my church a* a meeting place >. OP no matter what.the. season.
", any m<( Ignorance: I* that cushy: of BANK !
I The scoutmaster replied "You Just mid two erjWANNXK I mankind which persuade people

mUUkea. reverend. They're; not my scout, and COUNTY to tate medicine a* advertised OF LIVE OAK

that laD, your church." chamber .f Caameree Tory few friend offer to lend

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( gA7ieJuMi Mr. And Mr. Burnttt Barbara Smith Circle MINUTES. BOARD or PUBLIC Annual Leave: Thomas L. Boat '
INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE during the past year
S8NGoldenFore Visits Mrs. Goff Monday COUNTY FLORIDA right. March 19. 1963.
The Barbara Smith Circle: of Llvt Oak. Florida Personal Leave: Beiva Kennedy I
the First Baptist Church met March 20 1985 March 26. 1963.
Monday night at the home of Mrs The Board of Public Instruction Moved by T. R. Barnett. aec- '"
WOMeNCLARA Paul Byrd. met on March 20. 1985. with the onded by E. A. Collins that the .i I
Mrs. W R. Howe gave the devotional following members present: L. M. Board ask: for bid on tire*. Motion .
after which a short business Crews Jr.. Chairman. V V. Brim carried. 1
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor meeting was held presided T. R. Barnett E. A Collins and Moved by T R.Barnett.second )
over by' the chairman Mrs James L. H. OIU. ed by V V Brim that Irma r
Long The meeting wa called to order Math*' leave of absence remain
Miss Carol Ann Davis And Sammy Price Burnett Circle member adjourned to at ':00 A.M. by Chairman Crews effective until the end of the '11
the home of Mrs Phil Ooff for The minute of March 2, 1985 1984-83 school: year.' Motion car
Are United In Marriage In Church Ceremony vllstatlon and a surprise basket of were read and approved as read. ried.
The McCrabb Baptist Church was the setting for the gifts. The meeting was then resumed Letter mailed to Walter V. Car- Moved by T. R. Barnett. seconded
nuptial vows of Miss Carol Ann Davis of this city daughter at Mr*. Byrd's with the ter Jr. March 19. 1963 notifyinghim by V. V Brim to employ
of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis of Old Town and Sammy mission study book "Go Home and that his contract: wa void Thelma E. Holland to replace
Price Burnett of this city and son of Mrs. Thelma Bur ,tr I a Tell", taught by Miss Mary Cleveland because of neglect of duty and Walter V. Carter Jr.. for the remainder
nett of this city on March twenty-eight at six-thirty in 4iw failure to report for work Ht was of the 1964-63 school: I
the evening with the Rev Noah Refreshment were served to also given notice of public hearingto year. Motion carried. :
Peterson officiating at the candlellght \Ira. Davis mother of the bride the eleven member and one visitor be held on March 20. 1965 at Moved by T, R. Barnett. seconded I
., wore a two piece beige suit with present 9:00 s.m. lit failed to appear. by L, II. GUI. to accept the p
ceremony. beige accessories and a yellow Moved by L. H GUI. secondedby resignation of Dalton B. Fletcher
A wedding arch: with Illy of the carnation oonagt. SuHUitnee Chapter V V Brim to approve the following bus mechanic at Branford effective .
valley basket of white gladioli mother. Mr. leave 1 I
The [rooms : April 1983. and to employ \
and mum, candelabra holding Burnett, wore a navy blue dress f Receives CertificateThree Temporary Duty* Arthur Baas. Motion carried ;
lighted cathedral taper, and two with white accessories and a pink member of the Suwan- Foster Shepherd Joe Baker Mr. The Board reviewed the list of
palm formed a background for carnation corsage. net Chapter Future Homemaker Jameraon Alice Grant, Harry findings from the State Auditing
the ceremony with a prayer bench: Following the wedding a reception of America: Jeanne Schmuts Grant. Julian Roberta and Department
completing the cettlng.Mr wa held at the home of the Nannette Greene, and Betty Jo Robbie Robert. March U. 1885. There being no further business. ,
*. Joann Lyons pianist accompanied brldt' parent Auditing at the Cannon and their chapter advisor, LaFrance W Stephen March the Board adjourned
Mr*. Dallas Bland. reception were Mr*. Elisabeth Mrs Lee Pryor attended the 20th 25. 28. 27 1965.: Maetta JenkIns Henry M. Folsom
soloist who ssng. -Because". Howell Mis Ruth Mcteran.: Mrs. State FHA Convention In Clearwater March 19. II, 20 1905; and Bupt. and Secretary
"Whither Thou Ooest". and "The Pesrtie Hill and Mr*. Ruby Croft. April 8-11. Kenneth Wood. April 12-18. Board of Public Instruction I
Wedding Prayer". Mrs Burnett attended Old Nannette Greene had a part on 1965. L. M Crews Jr.. Chairman
Mr*. Charles Johnson Jr. wa. Town Elementary School and the program a* district III reporter
the bride' matron of honor and Dixie County High School. The i Jeanne Schmut and Betty
only attendant. Mr*. Johnson groom attended Suwannee County Jo Cannon served a* voting dele
wort a street length dress of Romance High School and 1* now with the gates.
blue utapeau. featuring a North Florida Telephone Co. The chapter received an honor THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
round neck line and capped For her wedding trip to Ocala roll certificate: for their activities.
,sleeves. The controlled bell aklrtwa the bride wore a three piece off I during the past year, Veneer One or Two Baths
fashioned In the back with white wit with gold accessories Wedding Vow a

panel accented by a single satapeau and tht white orchid lifted from Miss France Yvonne Golden of She carried a bouquet of white Mrs. Goff Church FHA or CONVENTIONAL '
rose waist line 8h her eonace. this city and Edward Harris Fore carnation with an orchid In the
carried a nosegay of pink carnation They' will make their home at of Klssimmee were united In marriage center. Circle HoatCHt) Financing
*. Her headpiece wa of Romance 13 Ui Helvenston Street. 8. E.. April tenth In the home of Following the ceremony a small Mr*. Hlnton Ooff wa hostess SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
blue satin and teed pearl this city the Rev. Ray Strickland of Moultrie. reception wa held at the bride' on April IS to the Ann Parham
overlaid with ma&chlllUUe tact.Athton Oa. The bride I* the daughter home. Circle of the WMU of the First Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
Payne brother-tn-law I Here and There of Mr and Mrs Artl Golden The couple plan to make their Baptist Church: with Mia Beetle
of the groom served a* bet man. I and the groom the son of Mr. and home In Ute Oak. Mae Robinson chairman, presiding. SELECT YOURS NOW
Usher were Bill Howard and I '
Mrs. T. J, Fore of Kissinunee. Contact
Randy Howard. Mr*. O. Langford. Mrs. A. R Mrs Bonnie Kellogg salter of LOOK FOR the return of the Mrs J. M. Dee gave the devotional .
The bride wa given In marriage Rlgsby and NfL Polly Musgrove big metal tipper to sportswear, and led in prayer
of honor.
the matron
by her father and for her wedding will attend the graduation exercise bride wa its gleam fully .waled.wlth big The mission study 00 and W. G. MULLINS
the elected a ballerina length at Florida State Universityin Bin Kellogg served a* best man. ring pull or large tab Tell" was given by Mr. Tom .
town of Imported Chantllly lace. Tallahassee. Thursday and Mia Golden wore a whIte brocaded The Individual who doe you a Landen. Phone 362-2057 '
The fitted bodice had a cooped other events dated for the occasion. dre**, her matching headpiece kindness la entitled to a kindness Following the closing verse refreshment
neckline ncruited with Iridescent I Mrs. langford' son-in- bad a shoulder length veil from you some day, some way were served
sequins, long tapered sleeves endIng law. John N. Flanders will receive
at the wrist In call lily point I I hi* Doctors: degree in higher edu
The bouffant skirt wu caught up cation.
at each aide and further enhanced Mrs. J. D Martin spent Sunday ,
with tulle underskirt with lace In OalnesvUl with her ton. Gary i
tppllque Her butterfly length a Indent at the University of: Zing into spring!
veil of fusion WM attached to a Florida He win arrive Wednesdayto '
Uara of lily of the valley and wed spend the summer. I.
pearl She carried a cascade: Mr.; and Mrs. Jimmy Purvi and J'
bouquet of lily of the valley, daughter Kim Kim spent Easter
feathered carnation centered Sunday here with his grandparent
with a white orchid delgae b y Mr and Mr*. J. P. Register. Chevrolet Impala
the groom' aunt. Mr* Bell Mr and Mr*. Claude Cutler returned J .
Wooley. to their home In Coco last
week after spending ten day with
their on-tn-law and daughter
DO YOU HAVE AN and grandson. Mr, and Mrs. 1i
Alcohol Problem? Chart WMTMI and son. Chuck 'oJ' -' 111.! ...... ..11'I'' till. ..1 .1 J 1 ur .....t ''t \
of teas lit? and with their son
We now have In Live. Oak and dsughter-ln-law. Alto and :4 ,V; .. : T.\l_
an AA Group ready to I Mrs Robert Cartier In Ray City.Oa ,."' : ,
help you. Mr, and Mrs. J. L Brack and '
Mr. Ruth Marsh In Green Cove .. f ,
O. Box 591, Mr and Mr*. Harry Hair Jr, of i FcE
LIVE OAK Tallahassee spent' the week" endwith 4
Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr.
OR CONTACT YOUR Mrs Clyde Dempsey returned ". .
Physician or Minister home last week from Tallahassee tcft
and II recuperating from surgery '


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At Sutcannee HighPrincipal Bills Introduced By LegislatorsBoth Wood Gets PlaqueAt Lavergne Blue Funeral Services

Johnson Discuss New of Suwannee County's currently undergoing Investigation National MeetS Funeral Rites Held
members in the legislature Intro- by a committee.The Kenneth Wood Industrial Saturday
Courses Offered And duced bilLs in the session last bill was referred to one of aria teacher In the Live Oak
RegistrationBy week. the judiciary committees In the publle school. was presentedwith Held TuesdayFuneral For Mrs. Harrell
( John J. Johnson Principal Suwannee High School) Senator Houston W. Roberts introduced Senate and according to its backers a plaque In Oklahoma last
During next week, April 26 thru 30, all students at a bill in the senate to should be on the floor of the week commending him for be- services for Lavergne A. Funeral service for Mrs. Pearl
Suwannee High School will enroll for classes for the authorize the legislature to require Senate for a vote soon. lug elected the uteianding Blue, former owner and operatorof Iola Harrell. 81, of Live Oak were
1965-66 school county judges to be member of Senator Robert is also cosponsor Industrial art teacher In FlorIda the motor court now known held Saturday In the Mt. Olive
year. the Florida Bar in certain In- of a bill that would providefor for 164 by member of the as Collins Court and formerly ..aaBlue' Church of Christ The Rev. Everett
This is time for
important students and
a very we stances. The bill has been Florida Industrial Art Association -
already physical and mental examination Lodge of this city, were Williamson conducted the
want to urge parents to help in making: these decisions.Our Introduced in the house and is of applicants for drivers' license held Tuesday April 20, in the *. Mrs Harrell was buried service
school program for next year 3 credits In English Including after the llcencee was Involved Wood received the pla! .ne First Methodist Church of Live I the church cemetery in
will be the results of
this planned by and change by Eng. I if II In order. personnel typing and notehandfor in an accident. The bill doming special eermonle at the Oak. The Rev Spivey Brabham Mrs. Harrell died in her horn
registration be 3 credits In Social Studies (one college prep seniors who wish was sent to two committees by American Industrial Art Association conducted the services with tM at 214 S. W, Houston St.
will not April
the students accepted
must be American History to take these to help them In college Senate President Nick Conner of convention' In Tulsa James B. Daniels Funeral Home 15. after an extended illness.
after the close of registration
Including Americanism Vs. ; clerical office a two hour Brooksvtlle. last week. in charge of arrangements.Mr. Mrs. Harrell
There Is a great tendency for Communism). block of time to train commercial Representative Leon N. McDon A native of Florida, Woodreeelved Blue was a resident of Live of Suwannee was a lifetime resident .
students to take courses that they 2 credits In Science. students to go to work as office ald was co-introducer of a bill in both his bachelor' and Oak for 62 year and was a member member of the County and was
a Mt
consider easy or one in which 2 credits In Math. clerks upon completion of high I the house that would require all master's degree from the University of the First Methodist Churchof Christ. Olive Churchof
their friends enroll. Good gradesare 2 credits In P. E. school; and secretarial office, a student and teachers In certain of Florida. lie has been Live Oak. Prior to establishingthe
a fine goal to aim for but not 13 credits three hour block of time to train vocational and chemical labora- an Industrial art teiacher for lodge bearing his name, the Mrs. Harrell is survived by ,r
at the expense of missing courses 7 elective course credits students to be secretaries upon tory courses in schools, colleges, 10 yean and .b currently secretary deceased operated an extensive daughter, Mr*. T. W. Roper of
which will be needed In the fu- 20 credits required to graduate. graduation will be also offered. and universities to wear eye pro- ef the Live Oak EducationAssociation. truck freight line and dealt in Live Oak; two sister, Mrs Vera
tective devices in class livestock. His signs advertising James and Mr. John Cannon
ture.All Among new courses to be offer- Speech "B" for college prep
teachers counselors and ed next year will be occupational students and speech "A" for all s Blue's Lodge at one time blanketed both of Live Oak; and two grand
principals will be available to helpIn home ec for girls In grade 10 thru students to help In overcoming Tsacrlos said the group would much of this nation. children.
any way possible with registration 12. This course Is designed to help speaking; difficulties, and creative Directory Team work mainly with the yellow' page Mr. Blue died after an extended Active pallbearer were Wade
and we hope both students girls who wish to go to work upon writing for college prep seniors to section of the new directory He lines at his residence in Live Keen, Elwood Howard, Howard
and parents will feel free to call completion of high school. Othersare prepare them for college English To Work Here suggested that Incorrect listings Oak. lIe was burled in the Live Wright Dave DeLoach, Raymond
on us if we can be of assistance.We Oak Henderson and Morgan Miller
biology "B" for ninth grade and English IV for good English be reported to the telephone company Cemetery.The
are asking parents to sign students who are recommended by students who wish to take advanced A team of seven will be in Live now so they can be correctedfor deceased is survived by' a Honorary pallbearer were j
each registration blank when it Is the Junior High as being good work will be offered. Oak for the next two week compiling the new directory to be distributed great; nephew, George E. Blue Jr. Marvin PhIllips, Jack Warner
completed In order to verify that science students and science sem. We sincerely hope all of these information for the 1085 later this year 1. S. Army, and two first cousins, and Alton William.
they approve Of the schedule for seniors who have had advanced programs can be put into effect Live Oak telephone directory, Tsacrlos said the size of the local Glenn Glass of Alexis, HI. and The James B. Daniels Funeral
which the student turns Into the science and want to do advanced next fall but must wait until registration Nicky Tsacrlos, commercial manager directory would be changed Tanner Glass of Galesburg Ill Home was in charge of arrangement .
school. work In the fields of biology is over to determine if we for North Florida Telephone his year to the larger three column Active pallbearers were Bernard *
Listed below are the require chemistry, and physics have the demand to offer them. Company', said here this week. size now In use in most citiesof Weaver. James Brooks, Tony Mc-
nwnts for graduation from Su Chorus for students in grades Next week when your student Those to be here are Jim Forbes, the country Mullen A. K. Townsend Reece Jernigan. J. M. Hearn. John 8
wannee High School: 9 thru 12; bookkeeping II for comes home with his registration Mike Badalament, Bob McNama- e Brown, and Duke McCalllster, Hood, Hubbard Gray, J. L. Me-
1 credit In 9th grade Home EC. commercial students who want to Information, plan with him, his I ra, Bill Thompson, Ben Lovel), Honorary pallbearers were Mullen Wallace Tompkins and,
(girls). take advanced work In this area: I future can be at stake. Harold McFatler and Joyce Vann. (School Supplies at McCrimon') Frank Futch. L. J. Day, W, M. James E.

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j Here And There Clraalt c:...., Suwaaaaa Caualy. FlorMa H. HARVARD ., BWH .. .S", tkra. ** N B 111111- UTI.*4 fMt t* a.
Bulldogs Drop a.4 "' Mai af a>M Oaurt ., LJ. TI4 ....._ Anaaa 1111*" W 'Ion* aM Was koaa.darr Boalk. ........ .f aM NBH of '
Oak ._... c..I,. Florida ea Ika Lira Oak. Florida 111.11.5 to Ua Point afBaclaalnti NEH" ..!. >alal ...... 11511'17"
501W 4 A oil', A -,1.' >. MO>* aolnc a patlb..1 W l*..l fMt freai ,,,. BB *....
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Miner spent Rowland. Roney TH, LU. and Close Came LAVAUGNN BBBS1ONS MILDRED DaLONO ALEXANDER a Ill-foot wMa rl kl-of- ryIkrmik af MM MEH af Nx%. tkaaaa Bl
week end In Ft. Myers visiting Carol of Clark af Ik* Ctnvlt: Cn aa4 kar kaakaa. JOE BEM: ALEXAN Ik. IWH af tk. BW" ., .*ll'If W, aWml Mid Path I
last Cheater Va. .......* Coaaty Flerlaa DEBAanHiaa tEH .. he.... II Tamiklp' I kaB4Bry. 1117 frai, tkMM NSI'S'SJ I
Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Platt and Mr. and Mrs Wallace Ross returned (SEAL) Kmkauf ....... Ban.. II Eaat BawaaaoaCmaty. W IITfl foot I* lb
To StarkeThe Byi U1IU .../.... IX (X A.P.o. .*4 : ........ ..... ...,. '.If Palai Boa-laahif. .... kotac aIllfool
family. recently after visiting In ..... /* PoalaiaitarMaw SO- .- N l.. wMa' rlfhUaf.way tkraafhtk i I
pvt. Ernest Ebersole bas com- Jackson Miss. Yark. Maw Yark NBH af NEH af BMllaa U.
and is spending Suwannee High Bulldogs NOTICE: OP APPLICATION FOIt VACATION PARCEL IV Tawaiklp' 1 Boat*. "Pars It EM!.
pleted basic training Mr. and Mrs O. H. Rutledge vr THE PLAT ur na-vrnvrin. CELI8T1A: E. F1RTCHKR.': M ,.r- l.......* al a point a* ,... North ....._ c...". FlarMa *oatalk .> I
: a few dais here with hU spent last week end In Mississippi went down fighting Tuesday as A SUBDIVISION Nu.TH:11H dl.M.. L. FIJEtrHCR. sAsMANNIE .......... af "' BW H af Btloa.It. >f *.*4 Mr**, Bar ar MM*.
Mrs. Mary Ebersole. He Starke scored one run In the NVfc OF SECTION S U PI.ETCNLI..N' T........ 4 ....., ..... I* 'I
mother visiting their son-in-law and SOUTH. RANGE IS lEAST poloot a.4 .... wtfa. CELKBTIA Eaat MM point kola. N lll4"E PARCEL IX r'
will return to Ft. Jackson S. C. daughter, Mr. and Mrs Jerri eighth to nip the Bulldogs four to No.... I* ....". |'laa that R. W. FLETCHERFktriaa: I : tit.II foot from U* NW ....... ...,..1.* .t a piss 55N.. Eal '
for weeks. three In the final scheduled tarn IBv4 Qnlt ... J. D. O4on Jr. aa4 kl* I II. .f .Id 4" Boundary. at ,,,. NEH af BtlH of
school 27
to Electronics Drane. .If.. Vral I' IIII.. 0.... ...... ., all E, ...I.IH.I: :: : Ill. NEI4 of ...,.. II, T........ S I
Miss LeNeUe Phillip arrived of the season. I af Ika 1*.4 .la ik. alat of Nowkura.LESS ; W GA.TON. .. A..I.I.'.... ..I I* toot, tkraa* B IIMI'll" K Saaik. Rama It EMI, MM palal ka-
The Bulldogs scored their three AND EXCEPT: ,... EH: af Black. Ik. CiUM .., O. r GREENE: : 4aa4 111..4 fort M tk. Baalk koaadarrIR l:t B 'It' K II.II foot fraaitk
Wednesday to spend the summer Redbud Circle Will II tkmof, will wasi aaallvatloa I* tkaBoar4 ...Alpl.. ....... .5 sold! .l sl bins e NB oomor ., .... NHH. .fSBH
vacation here with her parents, runs off three hits In the fourth af Caaatr Camoalulonw at Svwaaaa > 1511'11" w.i. : fat M. ,,,. af MEH. tkoooo B ..!. If* a,
Phil- Meet April 27 and fifth innings *..." F1ort4a. al tklr romlorajMatlnv HIRAM O. SISSYIs ... 0. rom.r af Mid IW %. ....... B loaf ...!. KM ......d.,,. II*.IIfMt
Mayor and Mrs. J. Marvin ta ... ...... at tkair ....... BIBHY, aaj kl* wlfa VIOLET: A. 111141" W. atone MM Boatkkoaadary ,.....* N 1111.IIW *.n.e .I*
lips.! Miss Phillips Is a student at Mrs. Donald Bush will be Dean Croft hit a triple In the ootlitf t>...* a* May II. IX. at !! ;.* HIBBY 111.51 ft, tkar. N lost I tk* Nortk ....*..... .. MMNEH
fifth with none on. He soared .'.....11 A. M, .r a* .ma tkoroa/tor. a* Koala t 1111 II* W III!.I* fo.1 t. ... of BEH af 1415wM aolatMtaf
Florida State University, Tallahassee. i hoaiew U the Bedbad Circle of Applicant* a.., ka koar4, la vatala ... U'lN. Florida Faint af Bolaln{ .... kola* a N 111117- 411.I* fMtfrara
the Live Oak Garden Club Ine. shortly after when Lee Harvard **l aM Ik* alal af tkat afarnaM aor.tloa 111.1...I ..... ...*...-.,..., tkrouikIka tka NW arum ., MM NBHaf
I hit a fly ball. af Nawkara SuMivlotoa.. a auMIWt NORTH ..I.oItIlOPIIODUCTION BWH af Bootloa If, T.wa.klp 4lonlk. BEHaf: N.". IWaea. N 51..
Mr. and Mrs. Alex: McKelthenand Tuesday nigh April 27, at eight .1b. MISS5.. 1. Ih. 155 4N.. NWl1, CREDIT AIMICI"TION. F4aralrkarlar4 Rant U lace BuwannM) HITB.. .10.. MU N..'" koaa.dary .
Mrs. P. W. Tyson of Hiw1 'clock. Ray Corbin had two RBrt to 5d IA. NW % .1 tM N5%. s.d Sit. *aoprallva aaaMlatloa.Llv ...., FlorM*i _'.1.... 1.11 .If ..." ,......* B ll*.
, his credit when be hit a single ln IT* i..t.1115 NEt: ., tk* NIS.. Oak, rtorMa lerot, aiora ar I.*., .. .." B II." ,.. I* tka ....., .,
thorne, spent last week end with Mrs Everett WUIUraion. .f 8tl II. Tam.kl I ....'h. Ra... _....1..: .... klaf. a llfaat
Mr. and Mrs. McKelthen's, son- chairman, Brges all members Ube the fourth with two men on. Harvard II Rail S.WBBO* c....,, FlarMa. THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF PARCEL V ..... .1.....f.ws1 tkraack tk.
and Johnny Hurst had the Dat4 Ikl ltk der. af Ann 1.1. COLUMBIA ........*. .kartr4oilollot sd ...1...... IS S .,., .S lb North HEN af KBH af NBH af Barlki*
in-law and daughter and grand- pleat By H. W. (Ba4l DOFF aanaaat ,. Ik. F4oral F.r. .......... 4 Ile. SE% .. ...,.... 10, II, t .. Baa** IS
I children Mr. and Mrs Roney other hits for the Bulldogs 4.-Il L... Act T._...,. _.... 5.n 1laI. Lao Sawaaaoa C....., Flarlaat. ;
Hurst was the losing pitcherfor P. 0. Ha* 1151 MI4 n'1I'/T" : .......1.. *.** **... atara ar IM..
Senior Class Adds To NOTICE: curve FICTITIOUS Cahinkla. I, Ban Carallaa 11*.11S1.15.: :. aoraor af M
the Bulldogs. I TRADE LAW .... ........
OK : NAME .1I:1t.: .. .. ....1. PARCEL X
Camellia Circle Senior Fund Starke scored the winning run TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1i l lNolle PAUUNE KIKES: .. Ir....... G' Ik. f..6A5... S II'15'11" 11144.ISlal Bofjlnalr., N a plot .5 lh'a was
Trip : i .la ....h' .I..B Ikal Ika Had. 1:..... af W. A. RILES, /k/a WIL. \e ... lo.l ......., .. ..1" .....d..' .f .... W.1 NWH' af
ElectsOf f ICCTs Members of the senior clsss enriched when Joey Reese smacked a triple: I.....*. ...... toe ,... ftrlltloaa aaaiUtala. US ALLEN: SIRES 4aa..4 IKH, tkoa.. a.*Il'R:, alon* ......... |4, Tow.Kip Boalk.Raaa .
scoring Wayne McLeod In the tkaator .**.(. m Sortlo ..... Baal* I, Bat I* Mid Eail koaadarr. 111.5 "/. U 11:.." MM aalal kolatl
When the Camellia Circle of their treasury last Thurs 5. FlorWa 55.1.,". I.4I, will r* l>lr 0......, PImIIsCLROPHUS .old: point Mint 4.51'11" WIn N fit..." Wi....*. fMl from
day with a benefit day at Parker' eighth I will tka Clork af tk* Clrrult I four 5. II fool froa BR raraor af ..oldIK the SW ...... af said, WH afNWH.
the Llv Oak Garden Club Inc, Mark Hamilton went the fun .a* far Baamaaoa c....,. Florida. anna ....U, Sal Cl. wir. V IA... N 1511'11" W 144 lkM M .*llf* W. slat!
met Thursday afternoon. April IS Drive-In on North Ohio Ave rlat af aroof af aakUfatfcm. .. tkaotlo .i..i.I. NARY BIKES It ( .6 Ikon** N 11111" .w .M WMI koood.rr, 5115E lrt.tkoar .
nue. The 'money used to distance for SUrke. Ik* ,-" -.. aim*. t<> .It R In the home of Mrs. M. H. Ring- R II E PEPPERMINT DRIVEINaaaar OUD.B. rferUa 554". .he.*. N IIMI "" K, 1. a Math. aid'
son officers for the l 63-6. club help defray the expense of a senior I wkkk. I will ..... ta ...1..... lone ..I4 Monk ........., Ill II :'W %. Mid"polat: : koto: BMM
trip later this spring. UVB Oak SStarke 4 I axaoat ta ...... I. k...laM I* 14*. B. J COIJ INS' a4 his. wlf. foal I. Ik* Point. *f 1..1.... '.." W 4114 fMl fraai *bS..5
years were elected u follows: 4 '1 I i Oak FknMa a>4 .. a Mr**. k Kai EUSABETH: lOLLINaBranfant ...* Mine. ....100. aide ...".. MM W H af NW IS .
Chairman Mrs. Donald Hatch; Class officers this week expressed U. t3. 15.. P1orl4aIMar *f-a>*r tkroaik Ik* BR\4\ af Botttoo.I tkMM B SI'11'Il"I W, slat aaMBoalk
thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Tka Mtoat af awnmkla I Ie aallr HIMrvtk) *, Twa>kip Boalk Ran** II .......,. 111 f..6 I Moo*
Co-Chairman. Mrs. W M. Jernl- Judge one. EDWIN B. MOORE I.." ........ County Fkuldairanlalalac N 111111" W 1111* fMl I. 5/.
can; Secretary-Treasurer and Parker for their donation and to You can partially Data this tltt day .f April A. D QUO LOON ..* kl. wlf. ANNA III aroa, ria ar lao*. P.... ., Baa-dialr.. :) ..... kolo. S
the community for Its support of Intellect by seeing what be reads 55. I LOU KOON II*,foal wldo. ....|..,._p tkranvkIka
Publicity Mrs. C. O. Palmer; EDWIN B. MOORE: 0'B.... riarMaJ PARCEL VI WH af NWH Hootloa It,
Civic Mrs. W. H. Parramore; the event.IN first In the newspapers 41-11 oilnnlni ., a point .a tk. WaS Tawaiklpi / Pall, :!..a I* EMt.
W. ItA II.". JR.. >.. kl* .!'.. kaandary af tka BRH: af MRH': af ...... c......,. PkirMai. _'. ..
Horticulture Mrs B. A. Swing; IN THE CIRCUIT) COURT OF THE: ENORA HARM past 4, Tna-n.klp Bonlk, R.... la* 4.44 MM*. Mara a* laa. .
Conservation Mrs. R. B. Oaf; THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O" Branfor. r lor Ma I* I.." Mid paint kln* B **I4IIB >>
I Public Notices FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAMNl ISIS 15 fo.1 front NW aaraor af PARCH XI
Tel hone, Mrs. Jack Jones; Garden COUNTY. IN CHANCERY: Toa ar* korokr .ollflo4. tk.! FLORIDA Mid REH af NEH. lk**.* a..'. Boilala >l a ..,.. .. tka" NaSh'
Therapy, Mrs. George Dale; MORTGAGE FORCCLOSURE. : POWER CORPORATION, a MraarallaakB 15'55" E: Illlll. loot to Ik* EaHkaandarr .....d... af tka' BW H af S_....
W. COLLIER, 5.1 kl 1. vita. Ikl* 11, fll4 .......... I* ta* (" ...1' af af aaMIWIIon. I/. Tw.kl t ....... Baa.. IS
. Garden Center. Mrs. L. M. Crews THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ka4r4 MIAlt-.l5. BURMA CUU.IKR.riaialnf. Uarl far Bawaaao ColI.... FlarMa.iooklB ...-.a:.i.r.\: nloneaM 5..*. ..M palal ..ol.. N 5.II'""
Jr. and Finance Commlttf THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I* a4 .../.***l ........ Uoar* | la .a4oma. ......, -rrlsbS..f Fa.l koaadarr. Ill 41 r.. B ttl I* f..Iro.. ik. NW MTM
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FOB. SUWANNlt COUNTY. FLOB. raa Nartk a .11. ... -n r .** aaa* wklok la MM point kola* N I'IT'41" of 5.MW lk.ara N .ItHAaloaf -
Mrs M. H. Hlngson and Mrs. IDA 5.. .k....... s4b-,.. ..-....... WILLIAM M. rUMCU. ..4 kla wlfa. alml .l.r aialatala: tnaoaila.kiatin. 11 14 (... from Ika RK: .... af .: Narlk ......::*. It*.*
Norman Protsman.Mrs. IN CHANCEBY. HaHaa ........ 11 and 111/1***. .k>laa.laoaoa .. POKOTHY B. KIMML.' HUB MCAHVkR. aa. a ro.a Ika faltawlaa- aid EH: of KH.. ,..*... N ..'. ,..... B 1111.II- till..
.v J. Oaf*. far taa aaa aaltaaaft raa Cat a 4laiaa.. ., .. a Fr.* I........ IMIUVI.AS d :: .11ob.N.. .( k>a4 I la Bawaaa** 11'55" W till II fool to Ika W.., II fMl la ,... Baulk. koaaaary .,
W. M. Jernlgan gave the ,* af I. D. O4aau Jr.. ao.Varata aa4 far ......*. awkir-ala ooo.lkoaa DAVID WAITER sad kl* wlf. OLUE C.11p, PS-rids. Iaaltl. Boundary_ ., ..'. Rii: af BE HI ..,M SWH> LAW pit kalag B *...
garden Mrs. Htngson Mill* all .... >B4lk. < I* a.4 l.*./ll..*..lrkala U WAITKa ,..... N IMIII" W, alona ..UWM 14.If* W Illll foot fraa> tka *.
prayer. *. tkoara roa Soalk a .l.1lt BRit ,.. ..
Do oa | kaundnry af EH af and ....r of BWH> *. B
chairman, announced that the va.Caarta. af Ikraa aa4 5.. ......4 .t.t"-laaa.tkaaaaa4lka -+ NOTICE OF rOBLCLOSUBB SALE PARCEL tBotlaalac ..loo. Mid WM .koaadnr .. 5151 51'11'11* W aloof MM Boalk
State Flower Show would be heldIn 0..1..... a* at, II aa4 ICI/INS Moll*. I. krokr .l..a Ill. la. a..... at a aalal aa Ik'* W_l .f NE". Ill II fMt .. ,,,. Faint 11111 fMl, tkaaoa Nl5'I.'I51
Iw....'..'.. ..... ta ,... aolat at koilaalBt lia4 L afka B *ikm. riwk aIka .......,, af Ik* BWH. .' ...,"' at Boinlnti. ..... ...... !U. W Illll fMl la Ika
Tallahassee on April 34 and 2$. NOTICE TO DEFEND ... all af thaI aart at ..., aTklrtrlwa Clr..ll ......A.** tMiairFlarMa II, Twa.kla S Boalk. ISn." .II tool *UU ry" .'rM Iknwik tk* PN..f., .... .kolof .
An auction held THK KATE or FU>RIDA TOi III Ira.. Nartk af tka, will *a Ik.. laik dap *( A.riL ...." >*I4 ,..,.. .kala, B *MI'lfB IKH af NEH and Ika RH at HKH, 15...... ..... ..* |....-. taraaikIka
was on garden Caarva Da. ... ao4 If ....... ". Ns11.4w..5b U.a Ook, Prrrr ...a, ., la* k.*l .*..* .. .aU. al Ik. : III It f..| f.... Ika NW *.... BMtloa. '. T.wn.klp. S lath, .... BWH ., Baollua ... To.o.kl..
articles and flowers after which ........ ._.: ... ... H...... ..104I .>4. Calf R.11md.. LENS AND fraal Jer af ta* Temporary (Haraaa** .f al4 BWH, Ikw* B 41111!" II Ia." ........ Caanly, Flor.Ida Bualk. ..... II 11:..,. .....-
refreshments served .......... .... ....._ ._..: c..tIII.... KXCKPT: Ika L..' Half !''(*''I ., Uaaalf Caart IS..... la* Clip af U*. K: Itll.II foot .. Ik* Sash ....< ] ".. .,.. I.II ..-. Mar Caaalr, rkirktai. _"1..1.. II..
were Drw.b. ad M ...rr/.d. .. ...-. ...... TkMr-aaa" III .. $..b.r. Oak. FlarMa affr ,: Sal aa4 Mil 55 r'Tt.MM BW Iti .ME' aolat bl.f ar In*. ....*, war* ar km.nd .
V. O. Draaik. 'Sad rkKatla aa ar tka ak t tkoraaf a* .....r.i4aa pakll *.wrr, I* ,.. kfefcxt. aa4 BMkMaar I 'If W 411.It lalro'
I Ora::k: ..* :.. ... wiflVtla. O. h. 4* ., Flat II.... I .. tkaKkllr tar *.*... aaavr la. Wrm \e ... i Ika BB **ri> r of al4 :W.'ti tka.* PARCEL: VII for tk* pnrpM* af **lllal do a .dantatlne
I Draaik. aa4 Ckrlatlaa K. Oraatk. ka*. ..d. af Bawaaaaa Oao.". al la* wI.! .'. Sb'dl-. B .f4'!."* W Bo IBk 1q bsin..lh.. NW rornar af Ik* : any *aner Irar tkal ar* *doaal <
New Beautician led aa4 why Wall** B. ..-., a.4If .., all la Toa>aakla Taa MlBaalk. Itoa* ta k* 5.5.55555 at Ik. aala, IkraUawtaa :iB4rr 111.11 foal. IBM.. N *R\ of ......* I*. T..*...lp .. Ikrrala.Vaa .
BMtYl4. 'kla aakaawa avaa i W, BJta ..... Tvol. (III KaolUCBS 4*.>rlk4 ral prprtp. alia. /: II'//J W lt4T 7ol I* Sold Boalk. P5.,. I* I.... ....... N ... M.k af ,.. *r* .koroky OM.
.*. ..* If a arra>4. VlT .. ....; AND BXCtrr all at U. ..d.t. ata. trim sod .iaf la Bavaaa Caalr. W.t kaa4arr, lk.w* 'N 1'11'11" 5'I/1/1"I .. ... ik. Monk. knaa.dnry .55.5.4gb.dN,5.phltbUlmN1'arl
E4 l* JOTOOM sad If aurrtoa, .. *.4 alkar ailBarala ... aa araa4ar .. t ...e lltk l W slay MM WMI kaaaaarr, 111.11 *f MM 1551. alma.6 la and for Baataaaaa
t-L,..: S *..I MM .. Lea 5.d! Ika Boalk .lIf tV M IkaBaatkvaal 5 .irMltoa from Ik. *...*... fool la Ik* .... af BotlaalBa-i .... Ik**** B It'll'II1 B Illlll foot Florida, ./ tka affto. af Ika J.1.i
. If a..rrto4. low ....... ._.*, AN..5 ..- Uaartar WH). IkaN taaiMI U. a. It It !*..!..." El .... a llt-foot .... rlfki....-. to Ik. ...... koaadary .. Ika W H ,ka sail Court la Lira Oak, ....._
Kama, ... D..olb*a --. ....M.. on b o.t Uoartor (NWI* ) .. taaBaalkvaol tart at Ika aaarl ......, NIle Ih.15bb. IH af SWH a4NWH 5E5154/1555.44 Moth. Joaaly, FlorMa, oa ,... ltk day ..
... wlfai Baaiaa4 .... .o4 Rita La... : Uo.nor IIWad laaNank aanr Mrttoa pact aMwa af BWH af .... ... II, MM point kola* B 1511'11" W April I Ml, ta akaar .kat rkjkt. HIM
....M.. aa4 _.1 Mari J. flat sdI Half (NHI af Ika 11..._. ...,.... I ..4 II, Tavaaklp Iaala. 1'.......* I ....., "H... II I.." III II fool from Ik. PR **raop sisld .r Mlrl ya. a* any ., you kara ar
_rriM. kla akaawa BMIMI L aCartor. "" iNClit *f tka Boot biro,t Raai 14 Kati .._._ ......* ('_It,. Plorhlal .*.lal*. Wt* at 51 H. at BEH. Ihs* .. .hi and to Ik* ...... dmrlkodIn .
sad at ........ kla ....... (SWVtl af aaM Battlaai f aai FlorMa. aa4 raa 'If lag I ** Mr*., laara .* Uo.. B IIIITI1" W .loo* MM Boalk *!* ., k.4 Bad to ...- is*M why
aaaaal all af -. ...... W raaMaa fvoalr.BkM till. ... LESS ANDRICLPT E 111.55M M Iroa :.* *: tk* kaaad.ry. III II'.... ,..... N tka >>o>. .'_hI Bat ka tokaa for IkaBOM
ara aakaawaiBawaaaa .. aaUaarlar ....... ........".... Baatk *. ft. pIlls of asp .. U. a. PARCEL IIRoalBalaf 5511'1/J' W Mil II f..l to tk. and .5..1 tank to tka sold
Bl.... Baflwar Caataaar.Bur S ct/11 lalaraat k) ... M all, .. tka *. al taa Nankoail Grid a.1b.. at a ,..,.. aa tk. Eailkoaadarr Wwi koaadar* af MM BEH, Ikoa** P.lltwa. ton ara korokr roa.alr4 to
___.... I10 Wv./-a .... ... ao4 _low aHaoraai ... oa or k.f..ia a'rla.4 Ir... aa4 Ika polo 4b.* NW af NWH afaWlioa N 1'.55" W. 1055 MM WMI 5.r n5. Navy IX Unaaaa. Patltloa,
BooHr and Tlaika Cataaaar.ka ...... Ika Saaikat.t gaartor I IK HI ., kovkialaci lkaa raa N ...*.'. I, Tavaokl* I '.IA. Raa ........., Iu11.N la tk* Polataf n'1 / tn.r, ajaMa addrona. :la It*
'.rSN.tba N. ..wide .N5.. ., Ika Boalaoaot Woo nor (IB HI af l.- W alaat rid rKkl af a.. Uaa4tl II Rod, MM pals Wait N e.!'.." ......... ..... koine. s III* Ran Mal ........ P. U. Ba* I***.
1' Davllaf ........ sod .....1 Ifaroatiaa. .... Borttaa Tvoolr-atoo (I*.I.DKriNPANTB I. f*. Iroa fir*I liar B W 1111 foot ,.... ik* BB s5.... foal old ."|L t..,..*. Ikraaak Ik* tM15a,111.' rbrtb, s w'o .f r5..
5 .5..e. 14 .-- OBkBTINUSlVaa. .' -"w"1115 t* aa Iroa af Mid Nt4 *f NWH. tkoa** N Wit .' 1BH and .... W H .. 5Y .r//115 .,.... S. rid ,54115. 55 50let.
S. Irn.1M I -w.... La..... c-..... and aaok ., ... ara k.i.braatlflo4 pipI Ikoao I IH'II.IE: Kt H.S 4411'44" W IIIIM ,loot to Ik* ., IRV BMIHMI I*. T.n..lp t .. lb. April. P15 =
S _'_ N. ._ 5 Nn.1wl, ,... a aW k> aaallr .kw kaoakraackt .... ,...... If .Ml'lfpip Pal kaaadary .. r....... FoworCorpora ...... ..... I II I.... ....._ 5. 1110 lb. .tas.r. r :: .ME arI5e.
..... ..._ C.-se... S _. M.IMI raa kr Haawr J' OWf : a IS.MT I lo*.a N...... *...,..... C0SIr. rlrMqI ...10Llf. 155.r. ,._ wish. IH* t IOVO av BOO OOM Ifar/.
Ha aaoMaar a* toaaiaaaDLaa I 6: w, far Ika aaa *o4 kra.tH af J. D O4aahJr. r 511'11""a'M''t.- .: : ..,.. >otd ..... "krlaf N .'....." W .. .:.. r IN. WITNEHB My hood aa Clark aa4 tk*
Ca_.. S aaraaraltoa, N. aa*< .. aa4 Varaia TkOliaa ...... kla. ." .1 I IWaoa M flfll" IM ft toot (row tka BB aaraar ./ oat af MM roart al Llv. l>*k 5...*.
at tra. ***l tk* a44roa aa4ana.laal la tka rtrran Ca: .rt .. ,... T>ir4 Ja4Mol t* polat ., .......... aalabiH f 4ar S aid Boailallaa Bit.. tkoao. N PARCEL: VIII >M ...,,. Florida, tkl tk* bbl any
alaoa ., kailaaai ., .n.. c:........ la aa4 far BawaaaoaCoyatr .-. aw* ... b.w101... 114" W. aloaa Mid Ko.t "..Iu''.* al 'a polol aa Ik* Nortk """**
...:: '::,,:-=.. _1'l."M- _. : ...{Lr115. jia4...raa aro.. a.taar t'o:': : ;:'..\: ...... 5..15.1vi15Ivtt11'E'hN..1Q s V*- oaV.' A tho,_!.>:>.'1aI.a Mrit >BM>* *It* 'i :ITT.'U KST"

.. N 54.4.. sod. M .r. oo aa.war ar 4o:ao4M ta tl: Bl4 .... paraaaal ta Ika Flo.! 0.0.S.1 af N tk af NWH. tkaaaa R.*p. II EMI .id palal k.ln* N I.(BEAU)
.-.... t> f aaaau. w .::: Gwprw545.5 kinla .,. roaIka > FaraikMar aair4 la ik. aa** 11'55'55": B aloaa- Mid Bo. kaaa* I ...fI..." 11155 fort fraat NW Br Mllaa. ....,...
... v.prlb' .... aaaa aalMM ....., la tk. affta _*... ta tkla *.I4 l''_... Ika mpg af bon I II II foot la Ik* fotot afBoplaalavl :=: af MM NUN .l1 11"11
SiTaaf a* aa.t af ,.... ... dw4, lee af Ika Clark ., laa Clmll: Oaajrt to ..4 ak*.* *aa>* half a IllfoolId N ll'lflf If. alaa*_ !J 11.11 ..... al 5... ...__ ....- M Isn.w c-r.-r: rhirMa. atafftoa hid wWI5'm mr b.lnd.55151wI.5 N akl-f.a. Ikrwaak Ik NH
too tTaaaMa, -- aJaBtoMmaara.aavatara. kl tka la U. Oak.flarMa. .... la* aar af Apr'L A. BI : Nw 4, as FlorM >o. : t W.porolloai .
_.... aaar4a aa4 *ra4Maar < .. a* a* ...... ... .... 4" .. :I.NI. N.olMra ........ Blta
5 .54654 -... s. --- eb/ww. Ma*. IM*. aa4 ta aarw a 5100 at *aokaawr BEAU I ...,- I. T_...... I -.L.. Baa
"'.." ....... wry a* laiavarl .,. a* aofaaoa aaaa J. ... Ia. AI. tAVAUONN IFflolONB II ...*" Baa BBBoo Caaalp, FtorMaiaalaMlac ain!
Sue Goff. 18-year old graduate knack, a* ..... aar ., Ika 55... lace far rk>la.4ff --. wko a a4.4roo Clark ., ClroaH &'... *.la Mr**. Mara at .... Those Ms Die Boys are Mm ag
5.w.4 D et..4aa... aataral .* .../.M h f.0. Baa IT Ua 0... rtarMa.aa h wa.n c....., ........
of Columbia High la ... la tk* rallawan ......ilaaiabm ml a* kafara *o>4 ..... a* _..... b, /1 PARCEL III
Schoolln Lake has a* aar aHaata, lrt*. tk. k wa ., rWtaa, aa4 Ika t.M rtorM Bxtaolaf/ 5.a point an ill WM '
City, recently wad a4a/ la C- naiHa."rla'Baalk ..... af CtB fioo.oor If roa fall Mao NOTICE OF PVBIIC .UINO TO konrp of tk* iw H of Ik* BW Itf 65 POLARA
joined the staff of ao 0.... fro Caa aa will ka oa. COMMDIR WHItHfR TO VACATE IRIS of Rml.a II, Tawaakl I '
HaW IS<4) W BortloaTwatrakM M ...10., .. far Ika rokaf .* .. ABANOOM BIMOUNCE AND DII. : Ranta II Eaot. aM Poojt
1111. UBB AND Htloa I Ik* c......... CLAIM: THE 1 BICMT or THE CITY OF .:., 11'11'11" B It! II foot frootI $2806Town
err? /-I10w10e Emm Ta ar -N5.r aatifkM Ikal ... LIVE OAK FLOBIOA. AND THE NW 'm./ aid Sw1% %
tkoraafl aoa-lao.. Saw r.: ** af aaM 5.1IS.r'.ms110..4 PUBLIC IF SAID CITY AND THE 4 5555, lb.w t 4///'I4 ...
JEAN'SHouse ...'. Wao af laa ..,.... ..araoraf .laaa fra*> aa4 aaM Ik* "' .. af Ik* FUBIIC HAS ANY RICNT IN. AND TO foot to tka Nartkrtr rttklf.ap .
.... Baatkaaal Owls (*. %( afIW hatataf ta tka ...... aa4 aoal ._ A roRTIoai or LAND IN BUM 1C B IW. **rr* of But R-o4 No.B .f.d Country
Baatkawi QaaMar ISHI afaaM iX.oia. Irax aa4 kolaIn Bawaaao* OF AOOiriON ..... MM can. 1NM -..
Of Beautyand ...... Ta .,-.... 111 a4 Oaaaly, narUa. korolaaaa* 4i irlkiTW 'AUH.YIAUrr NMCmsa4, aod karla* a radiaaaf Motors, (Ikve.VM. .
.... Ikraoa Waal sly Ika aarilaa aa. af Ik* Caart k> wklrk /1155.N NaUa la ......, a**** LAM Ik. CNp II.II* It fan, Ikaaaa taMk.a > in North"
Baa 4oilaaoa .. .ka. kaaa tool Koto* ... Orr.llCwart. : faaa.l af Ik* CM af IJ** Oak. Flo.. slat NM.M .. .. S kr4 Ian E
Invites the public to Tklr4 .......... c:_... la **4 fa I Ma. *>IU kaM S. koorto* al I ). : N/ :; A / -l*'/." W UVE OAK. rtoaio
Bawaaaaa C..,. rail4a. aa4 Ik* aa.kma I .rtork P. *.1..r.p II, 5IS4.5. Hilt foot to Ika Watl .kaaadorfaf .
tome in for FOR >M4 IN10 af Ikto MOO Is. Tl.aior J .-,loa .f .'.IM a* 5.1 l* .-... sM11//MW/1
0.IlM11.w.dM.NN4 J D..h. ., 5..... aa4 "'-ta lalai Ik.* rwklaf Mid p.51h.
Parties And Oaaav Jr. aa4 Varaia" rtUUa OoWaa.kla ta* CHy af Lit* Oak aa4 Ik* av/kM.
ORIGINAL HAIR STYLING Birthdays, Hfo. Iff. ** Ooofn D.wN.O. k aM (:Yid ... Ik* ...... k.* net ..
Weddla.1 54 'V (> fooio. rl.''t. ai ... at Ik* aa af lea toll.a-la
AND BEAUTY CARE ItfcjM4 h..b, Ods.d 55.1. .WI Cade. -... -'r a* Bk.k B *f ......
HOT DON TI ALL DUi Motlo *aaB a. *aaoaka4 aaoar 5 la* Baaar* ......... to .ot4 ('555..x
..N 1.. Mr l/5 -.115.wb.. parllralartv ...Htil a* tollova, lav**. Fertilizer ServiceSPREADER
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appropriate Instructions for delivery penalize children because of the I pile shall consider the achievement -

HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS Largest Oldest Social Security to parent or guardian or to choice made. score of the applicant for

the parents or guardians of each Children not pre-reglstered In assignment or reassignment, u

I Units AnswersEditor's child who according to the school Spring may be registered at the compared to the achievementscores
By Masonry records, will attend the public school of their choice on dates of ; of the entire class In the r

schools of Suwannee County August 18 and 17, 1969, Immediately school to which he seeks transfer

MISS IDA JO HARRISON Are In FloridaBoth ( Note: These questions Florida during the 1965-88 school prior to the opening of the provided, if said criteria be utilized

Horn Demoiutratlon Agent and answers are compiled by William term and during each school term Fall 1965 semester but first preference by the Board the same shall

If every minute counts Pam for peanut butter cookies chocolate the largest and the oldest M. Eanes District Managerfor thereafter), which letter will be In choice of schools will be uniformly applied to all pupils

Parramore and Bonnie McLean drop cookies oatmeal cookies masonry structures In the United I the Social Security Administration substantially in the form below be given to those who pre-reglster! in Suwannee County Public

members of the Suwannee Senior and other ways to use mix, you States are located In Florida. at Valdosta. Eanes invites which form Is hereby made a partof In the Spring period. School System seeking assignmentor

4-H Club really made a hit demonstrating may call our office. Each Is a popular unit In the I readers to mall their questions to this resolution: (2) Annualy after 1985 similar reassignment, and provided

the use of all-purpose BISCUITS National Park system, a "National. him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, practices will be followed with further that racial factors do not

mix. Not only did these girls cap Memorial", the Florida State Ga. Please do not mall ,your Inquiries Dear Parent or Ouardtan: respect to registering and enrolling enter Into said assignment or reassignment -

ture first place In the county and Family Size Chamber of Commerce pointedout to this paper.J In order to facilitate the fall pupils for the first time in .
district 4-H foods demonstrationsbut Mix 1 cup In its Weekly Business Review opening of school, we will have a the lowest elementary grades. 9. The Board of Public Instruction

won the approval of 4-H'era, Water 2/3 cup released yesterday QUESTION: A baby sitter Is procedure known as Spring Reg- 6. Procedures for enrolling of Suwannee County, Florida

leaders judges and spectatorswho Yield 18 2-inch "Fort Jefferson a mammoth the only household help I use. titration which shall take placein transfer students into the Suwannee will transport all children who are

must "make every minute Just For Two brick fort on an island off Key Would the small amount I pay the all schools during the last full County Schools for the first assigned to an Individual schoolon

count", Mix: 1 cup West, is the largest masonry baby sitter be worth filing for social calendar week of April, 1985. At time (students who are transferring the same bus or buses that are i

Pam Bonnie and Miss Mead- Water 1/4 cup structure in the nation and is security? that time a combination Pupil Into the Suwannee County designated to serve that individual

ows have had a number of requests Yield 6 2-lnch noted for natural wonders as wellas ANSWER: Yes It you pay your Enrollment and School Preference School System from another system school without regard to nee,

for the all-purpose mix and Add water to the mix all at historic happenings. Millions of baby sitter as little as $4 cash per Card will be filled out and signed ): color or national origin r

to use. If every minute once stirring 25 strokes. Knead sooty terns have found the week for each of the 13 weeks in by the parent. This Pupil Enrollment Transfer students from other 10. The faculties of the several .

ways for would 15 strokes on lighted floured Island's Isolation and its beaches January February and March and School Preference Card school systems will be allowed to schools In Suwannee County will .
counts you perhaps you
like to use their recipe. board. Roll Vt Inch thick Cut. ideal for nesting, one of the last the total Is more than $50, and shall be returned to the principal make application! for school enrollment work closely together and meet .

5 pounds all purpose flour Bake on baking sheet in a hot safe places in this hemisphere. you are required to report these of the school which the pupil Is to the school of their together In Implementing new u

2Y cups dry milk solids oven (450) 10 minutes. The bald eagle also finds refuge wages and pay the social security attending during the last full choice. The student and parent educational programs and promoting

1/2 cup sugar GRIDDLE CAKES OR WAFFLES here. Underwater photography, tax on or before April 30th. week in April. will go to the school of their existing programs Such

3/4 cup baking powder Family Size the study of beautiful coral reefs, QUESTION: I receive Interest You are advised that the choice choice and fill out an Initial Pupil meetings are to consist: of Principals

3 tablespoons salt Mix 3 cups and sports fishing are among the income from my savings accountat is granted to the parent or guar Application Form. The Prlnel.1 and Supervisors meetings
2 tablespoons cream of tartar -water-- lYa cups varied attractions at the fort. The the bank. They have asked me dian and the child. Teachers, pal of the individual and Professional Departmental)

2 pounds vegetable shortening I En-l island reached by a long boat to get a social security numberfor principals and other school personnel be responsible for the transmission meetings of teachers on a countywide .

To mix stir baking powder Yield 18 griddle cakes trip yet 43.200 persons visited Identification. I already havea are not permitted to advise of this application to the I basis without regard to race

salt cream of tartar sugar and or 8 waffles there last year, (5 per cent more social security number. ShouldI recommend or otherwise Influence Board of Public Instruction for I color or national origin
than In 1063."Castillo decision. The guidance pupil assignment to school. 11. This
dry milk Into flour Sift together Just For Two get another one for the bank? the a resolution constitutes

three times into a large mixing Mix 3 cups de San Marcos at St. ANSWER: No. The same number counselors in the individual The parent and pupil will be ,. the Board's plan for desegregation

bowl or onto a large square of Water 1/2 cup Augustine Is the nation's oldestmasonl' can be used for both purposes schools will advise pupil. as to notified within a period of three of the Public Schools of Suwan

plain paper. Cut in shortening Egg 1/2 or 1 yolk )' structure. Last year the Your social security number b academic courses of study to follow days as to the action of the School nee County Florida.

until mix: Is consistency of com Yield 8 griddle cakesor old fort had 322,400 visitors, a also used as a taxpayer's Identification but will not advise upon Board on the application for assignment. 12. A copy of these rules and

meal. Store In covered containers 2 waffles figure as great as the four other number with the Internal choice of schools to attend. regulations' shall be supplied to ,

at room temperature To measure Stir the combined milk and national historic areas In Florida Revenue Service.QUESTION School personnel will neither 7. In the consideration of all applications each principal In the county and I

the mix pile It lightly Into cup beaten egg Into the mix' until combined. ; Who is responsible penalize or favor children becauseof for assignment or reassignment the Superintendent shall supply a (

and level off with a spatula. blended. Bake on hot griddle or in Fort Matanzas and Fort Caro for the social security tax the choice made. the Board may consider copy to any person who requests
Pam and Bonnie demonstratedhow waffle Iron. line each topped the hundred Where no choice Is exercised by the capacity and pupil-load it.
to make banana bread using: thousand visitor mark for the on farm farm the parents or guardians within pf the school to which the applicant 13 These rules and regulations
the mix. They found It easy to Family Size first time. Fort Caroline jumped Is responsible for reporting the fixed time the'pupil will be seeks transfer and prefer shall be In full force and effect
make nutritious and deliciousto Into the big time suddenly (almost social He is assigned without regard to race, ence may be given by the Board immediately upon adoption by the
Mix3 responsible -
at mealtime with mtkfor cups doubling the 1983 figure) security wages. color or national origin to the first to children continuing an Board.
serve or
for deducting halt the
snacks. Sugar lye cupsWater because of the reconstruction of n same school or to the next higher existing course of education In This resolution duly adopted
social tax from
1 security
cup model of the fort. your school. the school to
Banana Bread 2 and matching that amount which transfer is unanimously by the Board of
3 all mix Eggs "DeSoto National Memorial at wages While it 1s the function of the sought and thereafter to children Public Instruction of Suwannee
cups purpose Vanilla 1 from his own pocket when he
1/2 Bradenton Is the fourth National School Administration to recom- who reside nearest to the school County Florida. In open session
cup sugar Yield 2 8-lnch layers sends in his report.QUESTION .
1/2 cup chopped nuts Just For Two Park historic area In Florida. It : I have beenrecelvlng mend assignments a parent's to which transfer Is sought. The this the 8th day of April. 1989
IVa cups mashed bananas (4 counted 78200 visitors last year preference of schools will be fairly phrase "continuing an existing A.D.
Mix social security disability
medium) cups the same as In 1983 a considered. You are herewith course of education" shall be interpreted L. M. CREWS JR.
Sugar 2/3 check for the last three I
1 egg beaten cup "Everglades National Park onPlorlda's years. advised that you are being afforded to mean grades 1-0 Chairman Suwannee County
took job which me
I Water12cup recently a pays
lIt water southernmost tip. Is the a reasonable and conscious and/or 712. Board of Public Instruction
cup Must I
Add sugar to mix. Stir. Mash Eggs Vanilla--1 1/3 teaspoon only federal park In the state. $80 work a to security since report I am my opportunity to apply for admission I. The Board of Public Instruction HENRY: M. FOL8OMSupt
Last year 792600 visitors went to any school for which your of Suwannee County Florida
bananas add and and
egg water. Pour Yield 8-lnch layer earning less than 1100 month Secretary
banana mixture into dry Ingredients there to see the sub-tropical plant child is eligible without regard to on all applications for assignments Suwannee County
Stir sugar into the mix. Com- and less than $1200 per year?
and animal life 18 per cent over race, color or national origin and and reasslgnments of
Stir only to mix well. Do pu Board of Publie Instruction
bine milk eggs, and vanilla. Stir ANSWER: Yes. The $1200 figure -
to have that choice fairly considered
not heat. Add nuts and pour intoa halt of the liquid Into the mix and Park applies only to old-age and
"Together these National by the Board of Public
greased, lined loaf
pan. Bake beat two minutes or use electric survivors Insurance benefits. PUPIL ASSIGNMENT
350 F. for 40-45 minutes. mixer for the of Service areas had 1.439.800 visitor disability Instruction. FORM FOR INITIAL ASSIGNMENT OP
same length timeat When a person gets PUPILS
7 cent the Administration
a per gain over Should the School
Using the same mix we suggestthe low speed Scrape bowl oc-. benefits, any and all work activity -
previous year. recommend assignment of form Is to be used by parents who have
following recipes. For recipes a child or children
Add Social
caslonally. the remaining must be reported to the
your child to a school other than are entering a Suwannee
County. Florida
school for the first
liquid and beat two minutes. BakeIn Security Administration. In makIng -
the one you have requested you time. The sentence above pertains to
children who are to enter the
pans lined with waxed 4-H Club report. be sure to In-
paperIn McAlpin your first
will be notified by letter prior to grade or to pupils who are transferring into the Buwannee
USE a moderate oven (375( ) about elude social security claim
25 minutes Ha! Monthly Meet number.your the fall opening of school. In that County Public School System from another school system.
event you have the right to request This form shall be originated In
The McAlpin Community 4-H office of the principal of the
Fish and seafood demonstration QUESTION: I am now past 85.
FUCO In writing, an appearance school to which the parent Is
Club held its monthly meeting requesting Initial assignment of his
Wednesday, April 28, has been but when I checked on my social child. It
last Monday the McAlpin Com- before the Board of Publie Instruction shall be the responsibility of the school principal for Its
set for the special program on security a few years ago they said
to have your preference proper routing to the Board of Public
Brand fish and seafoods The meeting munity Center I had not worked long enough to action.I Instruction) for appropriate
further considered. If such a request -
will be held In the basement of The club was given a report on get checks. Have there been any hereby
request Initial
':" "".'u.. OKh Met.b04aCbUl'eh.. County Event Day. Members of ohan.lOClal security law for. hearing is received you assignment of my child to a Suwannee
\nedi e Ttw OcmeiwtrtVMnui M tm a' 6M .o..NNN 9..e 'h. w..." l..N.s __ uses. will b_ nottftod .f the time and County School '
2:00 p.m.Miss report were Edith Blanchard pease or the tearing, N.m..r Child OT ?nest tfMirlnin r., "0
ANSWER) Everyone over 81
FOR Alice\ Jones home Kenny Kinard. Gary Doff Kitty Application for reassignmentmay Initial assignment: .
economist should check on his social security
be made at any time when a Age of Child or Pupil:- .
BEST RESULTS with Florida Power and Light Council Nannette Greene Thel- account. Several changes in the

I Company, will assist In this program ton Ooff and Olenda H.... social security law since 1980 have change of residence address or Birthdate: Month Day" ,,,,,Tear_
I The club decided to have a hay reduced the amount of work required other material"change in circumstances -, Name of school system last at

ride and hot dog roast May 14.: to be eligible for benefit arises. tended. any: _________________
Name of school
(End of Letter) to which Initial
More than 85 cent of the
assignment Is
For requested: :
The Best In Extension homemakers councilto people 85 or over can now let Orade to _
4. The parent or guardian of which Initial assignment
meet Friday. April 30 has monthly benefits. If you are 05 Is
any pupil desiring reassignment requested:
ROOFING been set for the county extension or older check with your nearest
for. the school year 1945-68. and
CALL COLLECT homemakers council meeting. social security office.
subsequent school from the
Mark your calendar for this date! years
STANDARD ROOFINGand II Mrs. Charlie Hunter, president of school which the child attended signature! of Parent or Ouardlan
during the school year 1984-49,
: the council urges all clubs to have ResolutionWHEREAS Address
shall complete a Parent School :
: representatives present. Several Telephone No. ?_ _
Preference Card and return It to
SHEET METAL CO. Important matters will be discussed
the Board of Public the principal of the school where Date: .
211 So. Ashley St. Ph. 244-2644 and voted on. The meet- of Buwannee County. his or her child, onward Is
Instruction at
FREE ; Ing will be held at the Agricultural . . .. .
Florida did on the ISth day of that time enrolled during registration -
Center In the
ESTIMATES VALDOSTA'S BEST room. August A. D. 1B58. by Resolution week as set forth above Summary of action taken by the Board of Public Instruction

I (Office Supplies at McCrkmen'i) adopt certain rules and regulations 9. Procedures for prereglstratlon for Initial assignment. of pupil: on request -
I pursuant to Chapter 31J80. ef pupils planning to enroll

--...-----.-------------------..--.-. Laws of Florida. 1958. referred to In the lowest elementary grade

as the Pupil Assignment Law; and' flat grade) :

WHEREAS it la deemed advisable U> Beginning May 12. 1983.

We Se-lf--She d..C l to supplement said rules and an onos a week for three successive

Buy : e ern regulations forth: andWHEREAS u hereinafter set pre-regUtration weeks the announcement of pupils enterIng of- Date

the rules and regulations the first grade will be published :

as set forth In the followIng In the local paper which will

resolution will supercede all have local circulation and In the -

- other rules and regulations: form prescribed btlowPJUlUXJlSTRAnoN; Henry M. Pblaex Superintendent U **. Crews Jr. Chairman

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Board of Public Instruction Board of PubUa Xastroction

AND INSURED BY THE BOARD OP PUBLIC : OP FIRST Suwannee County Schools Buwamec County Schools

COUNTY, FLORIDA: -rtllltraUoft of pupils planning

1. Any reassignment of any to enroll In the first grade PUPIL :

I GRAIN child now enrolled In the public for the fan I9M semester wW PARENT SCHOOL PREFER : AND
I schools of Suwannee County take place for a period of five'

4 Florida, during the school ym days from June 1 through June This form U to be used by parents el auwannee County Florid

I BONDED 1984-83 and any assignment of 11. 1.... under policies adoptedby who presently bare children enrolled tat the Public School System
the Board .f Education. Par. '
any child entering said schools Name of ChiM
i during said school year shall be ents or guardians may register

STORAGE made without regard to race color pupils during this period at the Age of Child (Otve birth date)

; or national origin school .f their choice.

". 1 2. Any assignment or reassignment The principal of the school to School now enrolled' ta

- of any child entering or enrolled which application has been mad Orade or class now enrolled' m

J. Dealers In in the publio schools of Su will be responsible for transmission

wannee County Florida. for the of the Initial Assignment I prefer that my child, or ward, lie aasUned to
Phillips 66" Anhydrous Ammonia school :year Its.-.. and subsequent Form to the County School Board -

yean shall be made without for processing. It for son reason -booI for the next school year of 1985-44.

1 regard to race color or national the Board cannot assign a I understand that U my chOd ..
Agrico FertilizerBulk origin_ child to the school to which the which: I npuMd a preference I win not as-Uned te the school to
3. County-wide registration will parent expressed a preference, the action by the School Board and notified m writing of such
or Bagged be held during.the last fun calendar parent win be notified in sufficient reason given therein.

week of April 1945 and during Bate to make another choice

- the like week of eacb year of schools. The letter from the Blcnatwe of J'ILrtDI. Ouarttan

thereafter All pupils shall register Board will give therein reasons
See Address
Us For Your Seed Needs-- at the school they are presently why the preference could not be : Trfephone ..a.. _

attending even though be granted. Date _ _ _
--Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders or she may be promoted to a In event of over-crowding as-
school of higher classification signmente win be made without Summary of action taken on school: preference by
t parrot by
!I' Pupils bring promoted from an regard to race, color or national BuwannM County School Board: the

i : Elementary to a High School will or1aft.nw... who are rejected

Indicate on a school preference because of ovtr-crowdtag win be

SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION card the higher ranking school to notified and permitted to make
which they wish to be assigned an effective choice of another

for the next school year. Durtnc school.
1 the preeedtnf week, a letter win The choice te granted to the

North Houston StV4 be sent by the Superintendent of parent er guardian and the child

! E.k Phone 3623596 Public Instruction of Swanae Teachers principals and otae
Milo North of
County Florida (delivery to be school personnel art not permitted

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C. A. WEBB Pastor I Smcannee Democrat


According: to life insuranceactuaries use of some parts of his body. He 1 lions Listed and below subscriptions are new renewed subscrip to ;

heart trouble is the No. can live for a short time with other I the Suwannee Democrat from ,

1 killer In the United States. A organs which have refused to April 0 to April 11.

few of the more common heart function. However, when the
diseases are: angina, coronary heart reaDy stops, then life stops 1 to ikO. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
thrombosis coronary occlusion with it. A/Jc Jimmy E. McMillan New

and mitral insufficiency which in No less important ls the heart York. N. Y. f

down to earth language is caned spiritually. The Bible speaks of r l Thonls Barnett,, O'BrienSUBSCRIPTIONS

leakage of the heart". It goes. man's spiritual heart as the seat 1'L"'" .c.'I._ .HUll
without saying that form and center of man's soul life of ./ ....w.1. ..... M ...... m MM W ,_'. MM ass ....... RENEWED
of M II .
any e1.wa1.. UM ...Jwt.1 SMI ..1 .. to UMM. Uwjr Tkrwck Ik* i.ia *f J.... MvM Ashley Johnson Rt., L O.
his spiritual being. Paul .......... f* kM has to and UM s..e. Was IMV MS IM. M klm u. k L .... .. .
heart trouble Is serious. Anyone said in -I.. UM M* at D&*4 krauckt. ATM. hawks ikMfj, LrCi. .... ..........*. > *rM UM J-koMW ty at JwitMu Archie Starling. Rt. L. O.
who has heart trouble had better Romans chapter 10: "With the JMM wkwi ki x-J.. wwU KM, .rt to SUIIMI--t-UMM. lie knee .( w..4.,...M kta. .f test.Thus. U kM n4 MtkM hmwl W Ill kM ntptU. -11 Vernar !lnan, L. O.
heart S.JOTMHS & -wm-il-M
take his doctors advice. The question man" believeth unto rlgh- | Ns.. 5..I I'-&. OM.DEW TEXTI ...... 111. B/8gt Billy L. Voyles. New
I would like to place before teousness. The Lord Himself told York N. Y.
you this week is this: "How Is uls in Matthew II: "So likewise Pine LevelMr. Friday of Mr Bight and Mrs. R W. Moseley wannee Station. Westwood. and Mrs. L. B. Clanton. Melbourne

1 Your Heart?* A long time ago the shall my heavenly rather do unto Mr. Midway Baptist Church at Perry Oordon M. Law Tampa
and Mrs
you U from Jerry Moore and
Psalmist was concerned about his ye your hearts forgive
heart. He voiced his prayer in not every one his brother their and Mrs. Rufus McMullenand Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson son. Jimmy, of Live Oak attend. Rev. C. S. Poitlvent and Rev, North Mrs. T.Florida A. Daniels. Lake City

Psalm 119:80Let: my heart be trespasses." So you can see that children of Live Oak attended and baby of Cherry Lake visited ed Easter services at Pine Level Charles Johnson were supper Madison Junior College

sound in thy statutes that I be unless a mans heart in what we Easter services at Pine Level Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper Sunday Church Sunday. guests of Mr, and Mr*. Norman Thomas I. Dasher

not shamed." can fttrmil'rattML' ...If n"1....- ._ Church Sunday. and attended services at Pine Visitors attended revival services Anders Saturday night. M. V Carver. McAlpIn
man's heart is >n the service Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beckner Level Church. at Pine Level Church from Mr and Mrs. Calvin Sapp and
The question. "How is Holmes. Rt L.
is one of vital importanceto fOUl'hearn which be gives to Christ,, then his and sons. Ores and Eric. of West Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Baxter Antioch Beulah Clayland. Cor children attended Easter servicesat : I O.
religion will not Hollywood spent the week end Inth. Church of Ood. Bethel Pine Level
amount to and children Church
very of Klaalmmee and Sunday
every one of us. When It is considered COlfltoe IhlnUft a& 11Gf'.le..n4.for ..
much. here with Mr and Mrs. C. D. --- -
either physical or spiritual. Mr and Msr. Arnold Hayes and
It is Important. Let me remind The condition of the heart will Clark and attended services at sons of Cross City visited relatives
affect the whole life. Pine Level Church Sunday.
you that If one baa a bad heart, Indeed what here Sunday and attended services
is in the heart will Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes
a diseased heart, then all the come out In at Pine Level Church.Mr .
life. Men spent Thursday with Mr and
steal because
money, all the education all the : they are and Mrs. Roy Howell and k
thieves at Mrs Willie Howell.
success, and all the popularity heart. They lie because: son James Edward of Live Oak
they liars Rev. C. E. Poltivent and Rev.
are at heart
They live
that a person may have will am- visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes grilling
Impure because they Charles Johnson of Perry were
ount to nothing. These desires of are unclean Friday night and attended revival ,
In their hearts. Isnt supper guests of Mr, and Mrs
that what
the heart cannot be truly enjoyed services at Pine Level Church.
the Bible says: "Out of the heatpied Harry Lappet Monday night Rev. Charles
If one's heart is diseased. More Johnson and Rev. broiling
If1 t.nn..nd of Lk
evil thoughts, inn
especially U this the case regard.Inn thefts murders.fornications City' visited Mr, iunHarrJLePPfr : C. E. Poltlvent were supper lIea&lof ,
false witnesses
Mr. and
the spiritual heart. Mrs. Ellis: Barter
and blasphemies The and Mrs. Julia Lepper
Physically the heart Is an intricate only way to change a mans life Saturday afternoon.Mr Wednesday Mr. and Mrs night.Marty Ravelette braising.
vital and delicate organ Is to change his heart The heartof and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen
| of the body. It win and daughter and Mrs.. Joe Johnson -
pump 19 gal- man must be tight with Ood. and daughter Clara and Mr. and
of Live Oak attended Easter
Ions of blood per hour. The norm To have a changed heart, you Mrs. Gordon Keeling of Live Oak ;
services at Pine
Level Church
al heart win beat 4420 times an must be truly born again visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes

| hour._When a person reaches the My one rural to all of YOU this I Sunday and attended services at Sunday.Mrs. L. B. Wilson I
age or BS us nears wui have worked week then is to fit your !Wart I Pine Level Church. of Aststuls
I spent the week end here with Mr.
for 600.000 hours. We all know right with Ood. No fixing up1 Rev. Charles Johnson and C. r.I and Mrs.
that our wonderful doctor have which you can do on the outsideof I PoiUvent were supper guests of Mr, and Mrs.Lepper Ernest Holmes
made marvelous strides In treating your life win do any good. I i Mr, and Mrs. II. M. Moore Tuesday visited Mr. and Mrs.
Drew Holmes
I the diseases of the heart but once read of a man who was Bight hat
the most learned doctor will tell washing a large window on a busy H. C. Wood and son John ( Saturday services night' and attended revival
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you that the heart is one organ I,,",. He rubbed and scrubbed Jacksonville visited Mr, and Mrs Church.

where his skill often farts. Man and washed and washed but there Drew Holmes Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Norman v 'PI
can live a long time without the I was one stubbornly dIrtY snot and children
-' spent Friday with
which he could not- remove. A heart and leave nothing but a Mr. and Mrs Norman Anders 8r.
group of people had gathered to shell.A In Bristol..

If you were bon In watch him work. Finally a little person who tries anything except Mrs. Velds Wilder and childrenof
boy said. "MUter you cant remove Christ and His remedy Is Live Oak atUnded Easter ser

April of an odd. that spot because It Is on simply taking patent medicine vices at Pine Level Church Sun
numbered the Inside. The man went inside which Is bound to fall. My Priend. day.

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our life will be changed otherwise with God, then I ask you to tot Mr, and Mrs. Willie Howell ,

+ Reece Brown sin win eat up our hearts and win Jews, the great Physician, cleans spent the week end with Mr and '
affect our whole life. It is very your heart save your soul and Mrs. Drew Holmes and attended t stewing

COUNTY JUDGE much like termites eating into give you peace within. Then your services at Pine Level Church. 1 .
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road budget nor had he Included It will be handed out in printed cafeteria into an 18-classroom
Largest Industry No. 3
In the large road bond proposalhe form, Chairman Clarence H. Rat- school at a cost of $79.000.
palace: and cattle barn will be win soon send to the legislature lift said here Wednesday thru the Make improvements to O'Brien
Peruvians Now World's Leading completed within the next two now in session. courtesy of the Suwannee Demo- High School at an estimated cost
months, according to Paul Crews, The governor pointed out that crat, which firm compiled and of $30.000.
Suwannee County Agent there was only nine million dol.. consolidated all reports Into a 13. Also included In the adopted
Fishermen Thanks To AnchovetaWashington
The show palace is an Imposing lars available In the 16-county page booklet. report was Inclusion of $206,000
block and metal building that will district for primary roads this Ratliff said full details of af with which to equip and furnish
Thanks to the tiny anchoveta, Peru. be used to show cattle and hogs year and the local request would reports would be made public following the construction program recommended -
vians are now the world's leading fishermen.Of The building will also contain require about half of that amount. tonight's meeting. .
the record 46.6 million tons of fish caught office and supply rooms. Governor Burns further advised Included in the report will be a The committee recommended to
around the world last year, Peru hauled in 6,901,300 tons./ The cattle barn, which stands that the local request be broken recommendation by the finance the school board that all other
Japan. too fishing nation since-l948. slipped to second adjacent to the show palace, will Into segments before presentingit sub committee headed by Henry existing facilities at the downtown
place, followed by Communist be 4,800 square feet and will be to his road board member, sayIng M. Ward that the tax assessor and school site be offered to the Stateof
China, the Soviet Union, and the substituted the high-protein pro. able to house 100 head of cattle. perhaps part of the request Board of County Commissioners Florida or federal governmentfor
United States. duct for milk In the diets of undernourished The cost of the two buildings Is could1 be worked into district be petitioned to comply with a vocational-trade and adult
Peru Is a comparative newcomer .. children. Like vIta. estimated by Crews at $50.000 plans. House Bill Number (511, paragraph school center when the facilities
to the world fishing scene, the mlns, fish meal may well fortify Half the money: is being supplied The governor said his adminis- 1. Chapter 63-250. which provides recommended to be built are
National Geographic Society lay. breakfast cereals of the future.Peru's by the Board of County Commissioners tration plans no further develop- that real and personal propertybe available for the school children
Twenty years ago, Peruvian vii. booming fishery has one and the other half is coming ment on 1.10 at the present time valued at its current value. The of the county: ,
lagers barely caught enough to bad side effect. Anchoveta: fish. from the Florida Departmentof In this area and that four-Ianlng report pointed out that this action Ratliff said his committee '
feed themselves.In ermen are cutting into the food "KENNEDY"-8am Newman, Agriculture. U. S. 90 from DeFunlak Springs would broaden the tax base would ask to be discharged tonight -
1850, however, several enterprising supply of an estimated 30 million Knoxville, Teiui, ad agency According to Crews, the buildings to Tallahassee would be given a and equalize the tax burden among but would remain active to
Peruvian started seln. guano birds cormorants and man, Is sitting for sculpor: will be used on a year round high priority. property owner of the county. assist In the bond program and to
Ing the waters for anchovetas, the boobies whose mineral-rich Jacques: LJpchlU, who Is doIng basis for sales and agriculture Phillips and Hancock said a conference New and renovated construction answer any and all questions directed
droppings furnish important fertilizer a bust of the laU President shows.
threeto six-inch-long member with Beaufort would recommended by the physical as the reasons and factors
of the anchovy family. Some of to Peru's farmlands. It Is John F. Kennedy forBolton' S. E. Montgomery Jr. is the requested soon and steps taken to plant sub committee with Louie C. used in reaching its conclusions
estimated that the guano birds Kennedy Library,. I general contractor for the project .
the silvery fish were processed as Implement the suggestions of the Wadsworth as its chairman was: .
tasty hors d' oeuvres but most require at least four million tons ; with V. J. Smuts supervising the governor A new and complete Junior-

were ground into fish meal a of anchovetas annually.. construction. senior high school at Live Oak at No. 7Terminal
high-protein poultry and livestock Libraries To Other construction projects No.5 the Pine View. location at an estimated courses of a technical
Car Hits Train that were adding to the buildingIn cost Of $903,000; $385.000 and vocational: nature and
feed.Today, fishing and fish-meal Observe Library Week\ Suwannee County were Home been reserved to care for the par of which will come from state Courses for out-of-school youth

production Is Peru's biggest single April 25 to May 1 U National Hardware Town and Country ty.The funds totaling $311.000 and an and adults In general education
Industry. More than a him Here Saturday, Library Week and will be observed Motors, Julian Cross, and the boat-o-eade at 10:00: to on get Sunday underway OEP grant of $174,000.A which relate either to their entrance -
'grind libraries all the Sahara Motel. school at Branford to replace Into
dred processing plants up by over morning and end with another new : or advancement: In an
the catch of some thousand fishing Three United States a outdoor lunch at Suwannee. the present high school at occupation.The .
vessels A fishing boat captain InjuredA In Snwanne County both the No. 4- While at Suwannee a ribbon an estimated coat of 380000. The measure states further
often makes $800 a month. car-train accident involving Branford and Live' Oak libraries cutting ceremony: In which Governor sum of 10.000 was recommendedto "this Institution shall specialize In
growth of the planning celebrations companled the local group to thegovernor's repair the floor those
The phenomenal three Orlando youths occurred on are Haydon Burns has been asked gymnasium occupations: which do not
much to Branford will have an office. and add bleachers at Branford.A baccalaureate
fishing industry owes State Road 253 Saturday open to participate will be held at the require a degree'from
the plankton-rich waters of the Walsh home Monday from 10:00: ajn. Others in the party were Woodrow new primary-elementary 25 a university for entrance
A car driven by John mouth of the Suwannee at the
coastal Peru Current. Those wat. Jr of Orlando, hit the second until 4:00: p.m. Refreshments Den Seward Fleet, Ben Oil- entrance of the channel thru the classroom complex a.t Live Oak on Into the occupation
ers are home to an estimated ten unit of an Atlantic Coastline will be served' throughout the more, C. P. Huffman and II. E. West PassOovernor the Pine View site at an estimated Roberts and McDonald laid In .
trillion anchovetas. train operated by Preston E, day.In Leech, all of whom were ardent Burns later will makea I cost of $445,000. Tallahassee Tuesday that InterestIn
The smell of success travels fain Thomas, at the Atlantic Coastline Live Oak, Miss Ball will Burns supporters In last year's dedicatory speech for the new A new primary school: in Live the bill had been shown by
Peru. When the wind blow crossing on the state road. show Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. In campaign. Democrat Publisher channel at the luncheon site at Oak on the 40-acre plot adjoining Harry Weaver of the Florida
from the ocean, the odor of fish The three occupants In the car the library, slides of her recent Louie C. Wadsworth was also a Suwannee. Douglass High School and certain Sheriffs Boys Ranch and Pome-
pervades Lima, oxen though the were Dan Grace Jr., Frank Sharp, Central American trip. The member of the local delegation. Woodrow Dees of the city is alterations at the existing school roy Carter superintendent of the
miles Inland from slide will feature Malayan temples Governor Burns praised Bill the site at estimated cost
capital is eight and Walsh. The boys were in the vice chairman of the authorityand on an Advent Christian Home, both of
chief port. volcanic peaks, and primitive Beaufort, road board member for Of
Callao. the area scuba diving and were returning has charge ,of the Suwannee $200,000. whom see a big benefit to their
"Everything in Callao speak to Orlando when the accident Indians the district of which Suwannee wremony.No. Renovations Included In the Institutions if such a facility can
of fishing" writes Kenneth F occurred.All Fosters will be shown and County is a part, and suggestedthis recommendations were: be established hen
t Weaver hi the National Oeo- three were taken to me cm- bookmarks will be given out at county confer with Beaufort Consolidate Nettie Baisden Hearings on the bill will .beheld
,,!, graphic. "Boats by the score are wannee County Hospital where both libraries throughout the relative to the project. He said 6 School the old Armory, the present this week, or the early part
under construction In shipyards they were treated for injuries. week. the project was not now In the'I The complete committee report band suite and the downtown of next week they predicted
\ in the streets. .
in empty lots, Sharp was released from the hospital -
In the harbor, swarms of bollche- Sunday. Walsh and Grace No.1 I
rae, or fishing boats, ride at anchor are still in the hospital where Altho important, events of this II
packed like cars in a park I
their conditions are listed as satis week are only the beginning for to
Seamen load nets 1,500
ing lot.
factory. Ming realization, the battle for
in fish 100
feet long that can haul
According to the sheriff's report -
9 school bonds must be met squarelyand
tons at a time. the slid 88 feet sideways
car decided on its merits not the ? "
Once netted, anchovetas go Into- the train and was carried
personal whims of Individuals. Its
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fish-meal plants. ,
swiftly to the
41 feet down the tracks to be hoped discussion can center .
I Giant hoses reach into the ships'holds
Walsh has been charged with
on Issues and not on personal!'
and suck a stream of fish failure to have his vehicle under
ties for only the Issue of good
" into factory-bound trucks A factory -
control and causing an accident. schools is Involved.
I conveyor belt carles the an .
chovetas to a cooker. A press extracts

)I and druaa.the oil Finally used in rotating paints, Inks oven, Masonic LodgesAre program Approval was under received of a the also comprehensive RID this committee week Need A Good Salesman?

and grinder dries and pulverizes
Consolidated from Washington and the many
, the fish Into mountains of light
_oil una. ,. facets of this far-reaching pro.
Consumers of tl h vl meal- v seas- .' \a\ftell''DwIN\1r: OTMV& 'x..t.r arse -'\\ he v It* te.. 4* .lopmnt ''bra Good salesmen hard that
rr. Guy McOhln presented a new of the county. :.\ are so to come by many a ,
I livestock.soon include: Peruvian people nutrition u well experts as- charter and seal to Barrett Lodge .; retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's [lamp to rub .. .

already have successfully No. 43, F. Sc A. M. at a meeting This county's need for roads 1 when he needed more help to sell merchandise.
here Monday night consolidating and the Importance of solving
Climax Lodge with Barrett. this problem was presented to M
Sheriff Seeks Members of Climax Lodge, located Governor Haydon Burns this
near Pinemount, were re. week. While was not
response u
Instated Into Barrett Lodge Monday good as the delegation hoped, at It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman

Escaped Convict Wallace night. P. Dicks was presented be least pursued a move has started that can ,: who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make all

an honorary life membership by: Rest assured If we sit idly by the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every

Near Wellborn members of Barrett Lodge and say nothing we will get noth I day. .','
Members of Order of Eastern i ing.
f The Suwannee County Sheriffs Star No. 149 prepared and served i ,
Department and state prison a meal in the temple prior to the I This week members; of the Florida 'l'
guards were hot on the trail eight o'clock meeting ,Legislature will be at Bran.
} Wednesday of a convict who escaped ford to begin a week end on the It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn'tmake

from a working gang at the Mrs. Koons Dies Suwannee. This will give manyof mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory,
sand pit near Wellborn Tuesday our people an opportunity to
afternoon around 4:00: pm. point out what the famed stream who found interested customers on short notice, and sold

The convict, Wlllard Winchester Ohio HospitalMrs. means to the area. merchandise*
was serving a 10 year sentence I II And then Friday at Cross City
for armed robbery. i Evelyn Koons, wife of the plans for what to expect if the
1 Winchester, a 23 year old white Rev. Arthur Koons, pastor of the Suwannee remains In the Wild
man with reddish brown hair, Wellborn charge for the Methodist Rivers Bill and the act passes I If the merchant rubbed hard he might find salesman
stands 5 feet 10 inches and Church, died April in a Columbus .- Congress Is scheduled: to be un a .
weights 151 pounds He Is from Ohio, hospital following folded.It \ who could go right into the home, right into the tiring room

Winter Haven, Fla. an operation r and talk to the housewife and tell the of his merchandise
According to Deputy Sheriff Funeral services were held at is to be hoped that when story .
I Cecil Bonds, the escapee is probably TestervUle( Ohio, where the the trumpet sounds to start the "
not armed and U believed to Koons family made their home move forward and upward we
be somewhere In the Wellbornarea. prior to coming to Wellborn some will be ready for X seem to hear
three :years ago. horns being tuned up in the back..
The bloodhound "Deacon" was Rev Koons is expected to resume ground just waiting for us to turn And that salesman would work at a low wage. That
hot on Winchester's trail Wednesday his work in Wellborn at an our steam and effort to the useful
and had followed It to a point early date. purpose of blowing up a stormof ,: seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

J seven miles from the sand pit. In addition to the husband, surIvors public interest, that will per. never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, alwayssay
Bonds said he thought that include a son Eddie Joe mlt no group or individual to
Winchester should be caught very Koons, Calif.; and two daughters, block for long a community determined just what his employer wanted him to say.
shortly but warned people in the one of whom Mrs. Delores Fowler to carve for Itself and
area to be on the lookout. lives In Westervllle. Ohio, its children a better life. ,
Winchester had arrived at the and another who U not known Be an early bird get aboard .
prison camp less than a week: ago, i here, but also resides in Ohio. now and enjoy the whole ride Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce:

that sort of a merchant's dream. That I load of salesman

school.R.No. .2 :: comes only in air castles and newspapers, ,

TECI B. Day president of the con
I struction company: that will construct

REMOVE THE V+E V I'M TIGHT would proceed the school at once, said to build his firm the Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper __ .

LID. WITH YOU I riGHT* structure and said he was delighted \ advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super .,,

I y! I'Mhilt bI er. to have been chosen the build. saleman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman All .

; __e yO oNrgrawr WOagNYr1111D I.artl Soon after the ceremonies brokeup :.l that is needed to put him to work is call a representative
the construction crew started
fi'" the first stages of the building. of this newspaper at 3621734. '

Other construction projects in
Suwannee County Include:
t .
A new store for the Home

{i0 s MTr MAIM .. Ohio Hardware Ave. block located south on of South the SERVING THE LIVE OAK TRADE) ..MEAsVW

'1 a.. Postofflce. The concrete block
building win nave 8,000 square
M feet of floor space and will be
completely: a1r-< The building la being construct
v ed by the Mes-Tes Steel Co. of
} : ; gluag wnttcalt Houston Texas. According to W.
; : aEnct lb-Ma101 k DESraoY tMMt6 Z. McLeod owner, the building A 1N

90N'f par OIAt$ should be ready for use about DmQfJ1PACE
I BUY DO AND I June IS.The .
i, p a we ; TURN UmX ; Mao ANO C SmTrm? Sahara Motel Is building
aN u9 cab : OOWNANO ; USC icon pee ; S Mmmtmm
fijowur : SOAK M wan I itrro trap J SMM iwawsMr an additional SO units to Its com
plex. According to the Sahara
l /sseN m'RAOwtt4 gsKIKl1Cf Wfl0 AND Z' ta'.wb owner. Robert Lee the new Hawaiian

r aas_tv aq-___ lUll units win be completed
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and Mrs. a D. Starling visiting Mr. and Its R. E.: Hatch .?
bad as guests Saturday their and other relatives. ',I
\ DEMOCRAT! daughter, Mrs. Jack Oarrett and Mrs. E. 8. Gaston of Perry: visited -
sons of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Starling
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordon of Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Oaston
Ralford visited Re,. and Mrs. Al- Mrs. Starling's sister
len Price and family Sunday,
Mr and Mrs Hoyt Abney and
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1965 VOL. 80, NO. 49 daughters of Tampa were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles WilliamsJr.

Branford Dues News From Branford Eastern Star Observes Mrs.. Friday Fred night Jones and Mrs Leona

Friendship NightThe Ounter were business visitors InJacklonWe

Take Third In Live Oak Buwannee Chapter Friday
Order of Eastern Star observed Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Phllpot HI
Br MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Friendship night Monday, and family of Daytona Beach visIted -
J Area Track MeetThe April II.Members. Mrs. Minnie L. Phllpot and

Branford Buccaneers track Cub Scout Graduates Marcus Sims First Baptist Choir Branford OES attending and the from stations the other .relatives Walter Friday E. Long afternoon.Mrs. returnedto _

team wet two Suwannee Conference Up To Boy Seoul Gives Easter Cantata they serve were: Mrs. Oscar her home In Atlanta Friday
record but bad to settle Key' Beardsley. a Cub Scout of Funeral ServicesFuneral The First Baptist Church Sanctuary Jones, chaplain: Mrs. Fred Ader-I after spending the put two weeks 4
for third in the 12 team
e place Pack M and son of the Rev. and : Choir presented the Easter holt worthy matron: Mrs. Dan
conference North Marton captured tint Mrs.Bruce Beardsley: of Branford services were held Cantata "No Greater Love, by Dorsett.Ada; loin.E. R.Wltherall. Mr*. Viola Jones Is _
graduated from Cub Scout to Monday at :3.00: p.m. for Marcus John W Peterson. Sunday nightat organist: Mrs. C D. Starling
place with second place going
Boy Scouts. I Dexter Suns of Branford who died I pjn. Electra: and E. R. Wltherall, worthy Honored On Birthday
c? efland. Key WU a Webelos Cub Scout.i Saturday a Lake City: hospital The choir was under the direction : patron. Mrs. Viola Jones celebrated her
valuted 9'10"to
Andy Cheney conference: pole record andBnnronl' Webelos is the highest rank a Cub I after a lengthy Illness. i of O. H. Munch with narration Refreshments were served at eighty-third birthday Saturday
act a. Scout can achieve. Services were held in the Hatch by the Rev. Allen Price. the close of the meeting. with a family supper at the home
mile relay team con Rey Is also the first Cub Scout Bend Baptist Church: with burial i Mrs. Charles Williams and Miss .a of her son-in-law and daughter.
slating of Oene Allen.' In Pack M to graduate Into buy In the old Hatch Bend Cemetery.. : Susanne Murray: are pianist and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson of
and Johnny
Flseell nett. Andy: Cheney record. Flssell scoutlnf. Cub scouting began in Survivors Include the widow. organist for the choir. First Baptist Choir Branford.
art a new Branford October 1M3 and was Mrs Motile Sims; two daughters The twenty-one member choir Out of town guests attendingwere t
wan the 440 :yard dash for the organised by Jamie Blocum. It Is Mrs. Onell Townsend and Mrs. also presented the cantata to Han Post Easter Party Mr and Mrs. Ottls Jones
Sue first
other place. Marin sponsored by the Branford Area Even Smith. both of Branford: members of the Antloch Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and daughter of Homestead. Mrs.
Team North -
$l. Chlefland mores were 69:Branford 41. Men's Club. three song Howard Slaw of Lake Church near Gainesville last entertained the First Baptist Morris Fuller of Tamp., Mr and
,. The graduation ceremony was Wales, T D. Sims of Branford. Wednesday nightBranfonI Church choir members and their Mrs. Junior Peterson and family
3 Lake Butler 23.
rWUlleton held last Monday night at tins and Morris Sims of Orlando: two families at their home Sunday of High Springs Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper 20. Croat City 18. New- scout house. The !Rev and Mrs brothers Lawton and Lang Sims, To night following the Barter service Johnnie Jones of Mayo and Wilbur -
berry 13.: Mayo I. OreenrlUe. Library
Beardtley: were on hand to see both of Branford: 16 grandchildren I I.'Ibe. Peterson of Alabama.
and Trenton did not core
their son graduate.. and two greatgrandchildren. Hold Open House refreshment table was covered Branford residents attending THINKING IH1NKINO-A lotseems
The Branford Branch of the with a white linen cloth 'other than Mr. and Mrs. Carl to be on the Bund ofrreehimt
. Arthur Suwannee County Regional Library centering the table was a cake 'Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson as be
Card Of Thanks Knight Local Boy Undergoes<< will hold open house Mon designed like an Easter Bunny Jones and Mr and Mrs. Charles walks the White House
X wish to thank my friend for day. April 24, from 10:00: ..m. to with colorful Easter: candles lur- Williams Jr. and son. grounds with reporters.FARM .
the cards visits flowers, gifts Funeral I Servicesfuneral Open-Ifeagt Surgery .:00 pm. In observance> of National rounding It At one end of the --- -- -
and prayers during my recent Ernest Wyatt Knlghton. son of Library Week.' table was a crystal: punch bowl 1
hospttausatlon My appreciation .for Arthur WUUs Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Knlghton of Mrs. Nellie Jsmerson. Iota librarian filled with fruit punch. Assorted IWUEAtt
also to Dr. John Phllpot and the Knight of Branford were held Branford underwent open-heart urges everyone to visit the cookies, pound cake, and punch
staff of DlTUlon Hospital for their last Tuesday In the Assembly of surgery In Jacksonville's Baptist library during this observance were 1fn'tcI.'
excellent care. Ood Church.: The Rev. MarvU Memorial- Hospital March 11. About fifty guests attended the LEON J. JILL, SR.
Ines Hudaon Odom and the Rev. Hugh Lord Watt was admitted to the May Day Celebration party.
Palo Notice) conducted the services. Burial hospital on Sunday. March 2*. fWvi Agent
was In the Oak Drove Cemetery and was operated on the following Planned At SchoolThe
Mr. Knight was born In Suwaa Branford School May Day BLUE LUSTRE
REPAIR SERVICE nee County on August 11. ItU day. program will be presented Friday ELleDIC .
and had Bred In the county an his Watt Is recovering nicely: and April JO, with grades one thru "Itak.1n. $$1-
life. lie was employed as a prison plans to return to school soon. part. A western theme will CARPET .."Mtooc+ u.. .
P. O SOI ST orrics s.s isvsme
guard at Branson.Mr be carried out In the program
. Knight Is survived by three You get results when you sdm- which will be presented on the local c..... oe.-... r.nnn.gul LIVE OAK ess.ssvf I,
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tON daughters Will Sharon dm Use In the Democrat classifieds. football field.\
Knight. Gainesville. Mn Linda
Dale They OalnesrlUe. and Mrs
Nyra Ellen: Owen of Branford:
three sir Arthur Karl Knight
EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE of Palatks, Charles Edward Plymouth
Knight of Trenton and Albert
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RATES James Knight of Breoksvtfle: one :
PICK UP & DELIVERY brother Joe E: Knight of JackaonvUle -
All Work Guaranteed : and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were: John Humph
JIMMY'S rtet. J. W. Bans. Bob Fletcher,

Hydraulic Jacks Cteve and DIck Holtaclaw TownsenA, Btoan Kent-*, I+; : ';;;::: "' : ..: ........ ;L Dealers!

Root. |, Box 22* The James B. Daniels funeral ;t Ai' -
BRANFORD. FLORIDA Home of Branford was to Chan .
of arrangements.


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._- dicated that R. B. Oay Construction basis at its own risk and Its own All State PIpe and Supply Com
Otfl&lAbout Company Inc., would be satisfactory costs and expense and without the : pany $317.30; Sainco Steel *
t.uri'; ; ,""i'At as Contractor In their Board being under any obligation Supply Company $8400R, J.
: .1 opinion.! to it, subject to the approval of Clark Equipment Company, tae
the Board's attorney, Alfred T. -. 131.00; and Oraybar
.,. Upon motion by V. V. Brim seconded Electric
;, by L. H. GUI. the Board Alrth. Company $142.00.
: ,::;. # determined that R. B. Oay Con- Quotations for materials for the Moved by L. H. am and sec
That ;:/' "" struction Company Inc, was low. Branford Vocational Agricultural onded by E. A. Collins to give
est and best bidder. The bid of Building were received as follows: Kenneth Wood $50.00 to help on
said R. B. Oay Construction Plumbing Fixtures (Completeas expenses to the Annual Conven.
Churchill Was Right Physically handicapped children, many of them Company, Inc. with alternates 1, : specified): All State Pipe Sup tion. Motion carried.
Winston Churchill's treat wartime speeches, in wheelchairs, will be cared for during the year 2, 4, 9, 6, and 8 accepted and alternates I ply Co., Inc, Jacksonville, Florida Moved by E. A. Collins and
especially those made In the years when Britain and will have the opportunity of this summer 3, 7, and 9 rejected be 317.30; Hughes Supply, onded by V. V. Brim to grant sec.the
was. going it alone and the situation was desperate, camp if we buy Easter Seals. accepted.Mr. I. Inc. of Gainesville. Florida No following leave: Temporary Duty
are an imperishable part of history. But he could Who can be mad about that? I Oay having previously advised bid; Adams Supply Company, of Elsewhere Harry Orant to at.
speak eloquently on very different matters as -High Springs Herald the Board that if his company Ocala. Florida $349.49. tend District Band Contest in
well including the destruction forces that are a was successful and the Toilet Enclosures and Paper Pensacola. Florida, March 28 and
I Board would give him a letter of Holders: Borneo Steel & Supply 27. 1965; John R. Green to attend
socialized, dictatorial state. Are !
part a Speedometers Accurate?
t'I intent to award it the Contract Company. Jacksonville Florida Guidance Conference March 30 ;
He once said: "I do not believe in the capacityof One of the stock alibis used by the average conditioning the award to the 84.00; George P. Coyle & Sons, 1985. In Madison, Florida; Louii
the state to plan and enforce an active high speeding defendant in traffic court Is the claim 1 I contract on the receipt of funds or Inc., Jacksonville Florida $95.- Berry to attend Program Plan. I
grade economic* productivity upon its members or that his speedometer wasn't registering right at commitment for funds as the 00; E. F. Zibell of Jacksonville, ning Committee meeting in Tltu
subjects. No matter how numerous are the committees the time he was caught. j Board might see fit, it would begin Florida $9000.Aluminum villa March 31. 1965. Motion
they set up, or the ever growing hordes of And, as it turns out, he may have been more paper work at Its own risk and Supply Register: carried.:
officials they employ, or the severity of the punishments right than he knew. I expense.On Door Grilles: Exhaust Grille; Re- Moved by E. A. Collins and see-
they Inflict or threaten, they cannot approach That's suggested in a complaint by Connecti motion of V. V. Brim and turn Air OrWes and Four (4) onded by V. V. Brim, to pay Mrs
the high level of internal economic pro cut's Senator Abraham Rlblcoff to the Bureau of r I seconded by L. H. Gill the Board ; Mectrols 2 24 x 9 and 2-24 Ruth Terry, secretary at Branford
duction which, under free enterprise, personal Standards, that the country's car makers are put [ agreed to advise R. B. Gay Con x 8: R. J. Clark Equipment Com School the beginning salary for
struction Company Inc., of Its Intent Inc., Jacksonville, Florida secretaries
itiative, competitive selection, the profit motive ting Inaccurate equipment on many models j jf7 parry according to secretary
: to award the Contract to it $131.00.Oasis. salary schedule. Motion
corrective by failure and the Infinite processes of He says test have shown that on the average,, carried.
I If conditioned upon the determination Water Cooler: Oraybar There being no further bud-
good housekeeping and personal Ingenuity, constitute speedometers or odometers register 3.2 per cent by the Board to the satisfaction Electric Company, Inc. of ,Tampa, ness, the meeting adjourned
the life of a free society." higher than they should. of the Board that financing Florida 14200. Henry M. Folsom
It can be added that all freedoms are Inseparably Of course that doesn't, leave the accused vlo F Including a commitment from the Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded Supt & Secretary
related including economic freedom. lator with a very persuasive case when he con ; 4 office of O. E. P. Is obtained and by L. H. 0111 to accept the Board of Public Instruction
When we undermine one, we endanger all the rest. tends he wasn't going as fast as charged.Not that R. B. Oay Construction Company low bids from the following com L. M. Crews Jr* Chairman
-Perry News -Herald of course, unless he can convince the Inc., could proceed on this panies. Board of Public Instruction
judge that It was the trailing officer's speedometerthat 1 -

Indoor LifeThe was wrong ,
skyscraper offers the ultimate In efficientuse That might work. But don't count on itl! )1
of hlghprlced land, but its critics are often as -Cocoa Tribune ,: ,. ;" ,a
numerous as its multiple stories. They disparage it ; A',r t\J". mlIf NOW..a
on esthetic grounds, they say It overtaxes public Nature BoysWith /;; .T'ie..." 's -s
transportation and parking facilities and turns spring weather setting in, many Americans TAILORED, yet so feminine
streets into sunless canyons.A are looking with anticipation to the day they suit In a black and white, light ,
100-story office apartment building planned ** air worsted blend. The S
can burn their steaks over outdoor charcoal tires.
for completion In 1968 in Chicago is designed to At home, modem man is comforted by such Jacket Is edged with black
overcome some of these objections. It will occupy things as air conditioning and transistorized groagraln and teamed with a
bowed black and white SAVE 10iii
only half its site, allowing generously for light air toothbrushes.But tooth checked silk blouse.
and a landscaped court and garden. And it will he is lured by the promise of a less com
allow seven floors for parking. heated, alblet more primitive life.
Y With 34 floors of office space and 49 floors of He will cheerfully cut fire wood, struggle to oAH'r.ner .
apartments, plus stores, restaurants and recreational erect a cantankerous tent, contend with mosqul TNe sacs seem l
facilities Chicago's tallest building will con toes, put up with awkward sleeping conditions, and eo.rwaR wi.w we.R
stitute a community within a community The idea return home declaring how much he enjoyed his \ ,
of living, working, shopping and finding entertainment weekend. Q
without leaving the premises will not I'or his battle, he wiltpurchase contraptionsof
appeal to the man who likes a change of scene after every kind, for camping fishing! boating, hunt. \o
his work day. Ing, and barbecuing.
But for convenience during a taxi strike It's He Is discovering something his pre-historic
hard to beat. Except of course, during an elevator ancestors instinctively knew that communionwith

I strike nature is a fulfilling experience.Lake. D EAR NOAH ARNAII. /
Jadluon! County Floridian-Marianna Wales News STONaAMD OuT

1! Opportunity For Investment Understanding NeededThe JEP OflURMBM.MORB, OHO

I, Instead of griping about the Oreat Society, or South's problems of racial relations are the
the Poverty Program, or some other pet peee, well subject of countless articles these days, ranging In DEAR NOAd-fffOm I. r
be in favor of something this week. Elsie Lunce- viewpoint from that of diehard segregationists to T/L/YIGIO IT THOU $THAT NOBODY KNEW
f,A!f ford, who sets this In 10-polnt. just asked, "W that of the most ardent, impatient liberal slant WMAr A MCADACMB LOOKUP
\ aren't mad at anyone thla week?" A good many Southern writers espouse the! Idea *"*" r MUCN c. eonvKGMiTtN
Who could be mad about the Society for Crippled that we of this region understand* the Negro, having PA.MINUTES. .
Children? ( lived near him for generations. This theory is violently real
They're getting their fund raising drive off this at odds with the views of the Negro. ores 4 r. e.
week and Nan McDowell tells us that Jackie Hut. What do we really understand about our colored BOARD or PUBLIC
son's girls at the Baptist Church will spearheadthe neighbors? Really, we cannot know them as INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE
effort, working In with Lucy Ball as national well as many of us pretend to, because we see them COUNTY, FLORIDALive
chairman.No only at work or In business transactions We tendto Oak Florida
matter how attractive the drive workers all alike to March 211, 1969
may assume they are as the morality, reliability The Board of Public Instructionmet
be, Easter Seals will still be a good investment hygiene, and even personality. As with on March 28, 1969. in Special
In Florida there are 12 rehabilitation centers, any stereotyped conception of a race of people, this Session to open bids on Additionto
plus a centralized summer camp, all with professional one Is full of holes. Pine View School, with the following ON EACH CARTON
staffs. This summer there will be five camp Progress by the Negro' race is changing this members present: L. ... OF DIET.RITE. COW
sessions each for different age groups, handling attitude gradually, Crews Jr., Chairman, L. H. GUI,
I children from six years up. -Preu.OuetteMilton B. A. Collins, and V. V. Brim.
d This camp, called Camp Challenge and located e Chairman Crew called the
l In Lake County, near Mt. Dora, hu a specially designed All power Inherent In the people. _Thomas meeting to order at 2.00; P.... bL1 pew
6j swimming pool, 15 camp buildings and ac- Jefferson. Bids were opened and tabulated JlH
'\ tittles designed for crippled children and young as follows
adults. It can take care of 69 campers each ses A great speech always praises the home, the NIELS H. BRORSEN: Base BId
I 1389.000; Item A, 1139.000: Item S
sion. church, the school, the nation and people.Feeling 13, $250.000; Alternates 1-43.318.
I 2-13.900. 3-$8.778, t-IUoo..
9-$4.350. 8-$1.400. 7-41.750.
8-12.209. 10-$19.000; Unit Pric
.. .". N, I-$300. 1-$200. 3-8%; claI
",IfII and Roof Bond $499.
M. E. ELKINS: Base Bid. $393. I
882; Item A, $309.821: : Item B. ,
$197.481; Alternate 1-$3.400. 2-
$1.900. 3-410,000. 4-$3.800. .-
adventurous? $9.100. 8-$2.400. 7-84,000. 8-
v $2.192. tIUoo, 10130.000;
Unit Prices 1-$100. 2-440. 310 e
%: and Roof Bond $510.
Buy Sabre R. B. OAT CONSTR. CO.; Base
Bid: $399.883: Item A. $181.810;
Item B, $171.373; Alternates I_
with Wildcat
a lurking under the hood. $3.414. 2-$1.933. 3-19.340. 4-

(And a lot of action behind the wheel.) $3.338.$6,320.$2,066 6-$4919., t-8-43.600..$3.000. 10 7_- FREE / l

NC; Unit Prices 1-$1.9$, 2-4100.
j 3 4%; and Roof Bond $600. !
Base Bid. $374.361: Item A. $n.,- 1111 1 !!
000; Item B. $185.261; Alternate f
1 $3.088. 3-$2306. 3 $3.873. 'II
4-43.836. I.UII.nm, rl
'{ 7-88.163. 8-11.878. 9--$3.344.
I 10-.$9.000; Unit Price. 1-$900,
i d a-$2.00.3-12%; and Roof Bond. f

__ $981.TRUST CONST. Cot BAM hi ad I I till

Bid. $388.834: Item A. $176.000;
, Item B. $310.839; Alternate. 1-
$2.354. J-$2.022. 3-87.308. 4-
$3.908. 8-$4.938. 8-"43.147. 7-
89.831. I-41.980. 9-.$2000. 10-
.$9.000; Unit Price 1-49.M. 3$2.50. -
-fiub. 6%, On. 12%; and AMERICA'S'

Roof No bid Bond.was$600.submitted by Ecptn- HO1 1 [OW-CAUE COLA

ship Construction Company and

II Lane.After Inc.tabulation .f the bid reeeived WHO'S DRINKING ALL THAT DIEWHTE COLA?

for Furnishing Labor and
Material for the High School addition Everybody! That's
to Pine Vtew. by tn* architect why Dwt-RHa is America's family
', .:& *. It waa' determined by th. favorffe. Get
: Board that UM bid of B. B. OyOonstnicUaa COIl teddy a. and save lOc on'
A. .. Company. One. tit
a lEI \'OUI' LOCAL AIITHOIIZE IUICI OLoif AlmlOIIZm .aee- MweL carton.
IU1CC DEAUlIl tillS AItA: tow bid under combination
<< considering bj bid and any fetnle.celaB t

MOT BUICK CO. u.s. Highway 90 West, Live Oak, Fla. combination that laid bid of was alternate tb* low bid and.*- --...--
,r- ';,t> etptlnc alternate 1. X .. .. .. and .alt slrag II I sat en.., ttC I6rstalea+s--a.
191St\M11DA1 An nllIrIrr-tlS RADIOi I and rejecting alternate 3. 7. ., lI a-,; NEHI TTUNG CO.
and 9. Tb Board architect In* H. II....... A.... PI.oee UJ.277S




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ROT SULLIVAN. Director MILK:;N Among Top Four

The women' softball season Advent picked up another win by '+ 1 William D. Long, SS of Apopka.

got off to a good start last Thursday defeating Suwannee Funeral 10 r was one of four young men named

with the Suwannee Funeral to T. outstanding young farmer last

Home team belting Vann's Oulf Standings as of April K.wm l week and presented plaques by

Station 23 to .. C. Hart hit a ,... w L If the U. a Junior Chamber of Com

home run and Weaver hit four LOa. I SAC w4a merce at Fort Collin Colorado.

out of five for Suwannee Funeral S SNIT taw Long and IS other young farmers .

Home. Games for tonight have t Xsrii representing their respective,

Suwannee Pack going up against s states attended for the presentations. .

Suwannee Funeral Home with Officials said there was no

Vann's Gulf taking on the winner. The dance Saturday drew a individual ranking of the top four

good crowd of over 219 boys and I I named.
County Farm Pond l Stocked With BaA
.4 Life of Oa. men's Softball team girls. The dance this coming Bat.. BeachvilleRev. The top four were chosen by a

continued their winning wan by urday will be sponsored by the Basa were delivered this week to stocked ponds can be started panel of agriculture specialists.

taking two game this past week. student council with the Saints complete the stocking of farm about one year after the bream and writers on the basis of pductiOll .
of Lake City parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason
F. K. Day
Both North Florida Telephone Co. providing the muslo. The dance panda ranging in lilt from one. are put In. according to John progress, conservation
and Suwannee Funeral failed will begin at ":30. filled his appointment here Sun last week end. half to ten acres on Suwannee Hampton, local Soil Conservation practices! and civic leadership.Fred .

to stop the Life of Oa. nine. North Penolatt.en4inl these dances day had good services and wereglad Rev. Marvin Odom filled his River Soil Conservation District Service technician. DeVane, assistant county

Florida Telephone lost 11 to S and should be mindful of the policies to have some visitor Mrs. appointment at the Deep Creek cooperators.The I Fish production In the average agent and Live Oak Jaycee ls

Suwannee Funeral Home fell of the Recreation Center for Day came with Rev Day. Advent Christian Church near complete stocking consists pond can be Increased by fertilis serving as chairman of the Florida

21 to 2.The social events. Obis will be permitted Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill Lake City Sunday of bream and bass on a ratio of lag using a complete fertiliser Outstanding Young Farmer Pro.

first home run hit In the to wear dresses, skirt and and son. Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Rutherford ten bream to one bass: the bream Such as l-s-J at the rate of 600 gram. He assisted Lone In enter.

air and over the fence came from blouse or dress slacks that are Martin Beach and sons. Scott and and son John and Mr and Mrs. were added last fall. Then 1s no to 100 pounds per surface acre Ins the national program after

the bat of Rutledge of the Advent ankle length. No kneeknocker Randy all of Gainesville were Arthur Rutherford and three sons charge for the fish and they are per year successive applications. being recognised as Florida's Out.
shorts pedal guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie all of Miami were guests of Mrs. furnished C. and .
Christian\ team In a game against pushers or blue by the 8. Fish Handing Young Farmer.
North Florida Telephone. Advent denim are permitted. Boys will Beach Sunday. Sanford Beach Sunday Wildlife Service at Welaka. Fla. I w a

went on to win the game 18 to 2. not be permitted to wear shorts or Miss Brenda Terry student Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Coon and Normally fishing of newly (Offlee Supplies at McCrlmMi's (IS,h<.l S.ppU... at McComeshl'
less than ankle length trousers. nurse at the St. Vlncenfi Hospital son. Donald were guests of her

Smoking ls not permitted Inside In Jacksonville was a guestof mother. Mrs. A. M. Oreen of Lake

Public Notices the Recreation Center. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. City Thursday evening.

During the school term Friday C. Terry, during the Easter holidays Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kirby and Tenneseal Galvanized

and Saturday evenings are set and Roger Clark of Jackson daughter, Elaine of O'Brlen and Roofing

, I UCISTIIAnON t/NDE FlCT1nous aside for the use by school groupsor vtlle was a guest of the Terrys daughter Mrs. Marie Leggett of

NAME ACT JOHN !. WILSON ... dances sponsored by the Bee. Sunday. 'Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs.

.HAZEL SINUS J. WILSON.AS SUWANN&HIS WICL& DOING AUTO nation Department. Private par.. Mrs. Sanford Beach and Jack I Willie Beach Sunday afternoon. c Special features make this heavy duty

.AaTI. ties can be arranged for other Kennedy were guests of Mrs. Albert It la getting very dry here and

TO WHOM IT MAT NOTKK COMCERNiYM days of the week with the excep. Moses of Tlfton. Os. a short we would appreciate a good rain. I I I 't 29 gauge CaIYani:ed metal roofing A au.

.... take wilt ,k.t lk. Uon of while Wednesday.
will .) Sunday Family reunions O. D. Beach war a businessvisitor
........, .*!.WILSON JOHN, 1..1..4.. WILSON 4 o4HAZEL .. or church functions can be ar Mr and Mrs Carrol Cason of In Lake City Thursday perlor quality at a Few, low price.

u* mutt,1.* sad ."> rest.. ,:: '::to.nto ranged for Sunday afternoon. I Jacksonville were guests of his Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy
u4 i t ll MM
ku4U MtawMb wn.. wpH..d and daughters Jan and Call Mrs.
r.rW ...M a .u.* o.*. V1.$ ". I. Tire Douglass pool area has undergone tween the two ball diamonds U Luther Adklna. and Mrs. Sanford W. B. HOWLAND

'... ..- 4.IUWANNaC, AUTO PACTS a cleanup and face lifting progressing on schedule. The facility Beach were business visitors In

LIVE CAL FLOAIDA program this past week. The pool will be ready for use by Gainesville Friday,
..4 Ik* ..*...*..4 will flto ___ S. Leakproof GROCERY
.. has received Its first coat of paint May I.Saturd&1.
'nl... *f ..14 ItoWttoM M r .
*..5dnr.. ..i..*. rtr.*. since being built and will be turn Family mlstery: How Junior kart

'ta'._...IU.SmM ...*.* to ....4 kf Ik. nlw ed over to the Douglass High at I:00 pjn a Softball can know his lessons when hedoesnt AI ; L T. w Mayo Road Phono 362.1238

....... M .. wuu I, Mi. .vI I..,,.. School for swimming classes u game between a local team and a even look at his books OPEN 8.30 A.M. 'TIL 10100 P.M.
D.U4 tkto. l/tk. Mv. .. ....L I.... 1. TA. 2. TM wo.ale
./ JOHN B. WIUION soon as the filter system U check: Lake City team will be played on t a .or il'
./ HAUL I. WILSON ed ouL the Recreation Center diamond. Its a big country some 4.000 ntciImr: ,iI s. ri. Y"Ni.e SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

u.aNOTKL The local team barely lost to Lake motorists run out of gas every

_. or PUBLIC. HEARING ON The toilet unit being built be. City last Saturday In Lake City. day.
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Suwanneci ,Valley Livestock MarketTrading Thirty Day

WASHINGTON i1 Period ForecastThe

WM active and demand tenor at 310.25.313.60.Inferior _
good for an classes of cattle at the and low-utility cow- Thirty Day Agrie H ral gpI
Suwannee Valley Market Wednes- calf pairs: calves 250-450 Ibs.' MARCH OF EVENTS- Weather Outlook for the period
day. Total sales for all cattle were good $17.00-$21.25; standard $15.- mid April through mid May for
204 as compared to last week's 75-$17.75; utility $1400-$1700; SHOULD ALASKA AIRMEN I SENATOR THINKS NOT South Georgia Southeast Ala. I J ,

152. and inferior $13.25-$16. Calves forIUO$19.00 BE FORCED TO SHAVE? I| BUT C.O SAYS "Y'"" baaed barns, by and the Northwest Weather BureauAdvisory Florida
Slaughter cows were steady 125-250 saw go
to steady $ ; utility $16.00-117.- By HENRY CATHCART Agricultural Meteorologist. 0
while calves were uneven -
73; and inferior IUO-U6.00.. Central Press Washington Writer Georgia Coastal Plain
Other slaughter classes were
Hogs totaled 479 as comparedwith E. L. Bartlett, of Alaska, U Intrigued Experiment Station, Tlfton,
few In number. Feederstockersteers WASIIINGTON-s.n. Air Georgia.' April 17, 165.TEMPERATURES .
and calves were steady with 637 for last week. commander of an
during the
Mixed grades 180-210 lb. barrows his men from wearing beards. I r
heifers and cows strong. Fore Station prohibiting
next 30 to
earfuL"Medical days are expected aver
order he got an
and gilts brought $16.35: When Bartlett Inquired about the
Slightly over two-thirds of the much above normal all
beards In extreme age
210-240. $16.56; '240-270 $1620; officials stationed at the site agree that
supply cleared to feeder-stocker hazard to the of the TH-State Agricultural area.
accounts while one-half of the 160-180 Ibs., $1595; UO-1601bs., sub-iero temperatures constitute a health .. will
$IUO: 120-140 lbs. $1405: 100- individual," 'a station officer wroiin temperatures mean temperatures
total were calves. .w below between 69 and 75 degrees.
from 50 to 60 degrees average ;
120 Ibs, $13.85; 80-100 Ibs. $13.80. ranging
Good 825-650 Ib. slaughter beards Interfere with the recognition Dally maximum tempera.
Most sows 180-400 Ibs., $14.45$14.85 aero,
steers went for $19.75-12100, one frostbite." Lures should average between 78
: 400-700 Ibs, $12.95-$13,93; diagnosis and treatment
utility brought $18.23. and boars at $7.00. Bartlett, an old Alaska hand, wrote back: and 88 degrees with afternoon .
Good heifers were bringing who roamed and explored thesubArctic temperatures reaching 90 degrees .
feeder pigs "Hardy men
One lot of good
$19.50-120.75; standards $17.25- averaging 90 Ibs. sold out at $16.- t ,and Arctic generation before or higher on 3 to 5 days during .zee.r_......I.... 'N,.1..II.....--.4
$1850; and utility $130011680.One docs were born went north without the the period. Dally minimum tem
75. Medium feeder pigs in the 40- those
high-cutter sold for 1300. 120 range went for $1300-$1478. benefit of razor. I am bound to question a peratures should average between "As long as I'm a big winner. I think it only fair
to wear
58 and 84
Cutter and low-utility cows which forbids a man the right degrees with tempera. I
were at $1250-$1425; canners at the policy hair on his face in the manner and style turns falling below 60 degrees over that I quit and give someone else a chance."

$10.75-$12 Two Suwannee Students which desire and custom have led." Inland areas on only 1 or 2 mom-
Commercial and good bulls sold feeling that, despite BartletfsSen.
We have a .. Ings.RAINFALL
for $17.00-$17.75; cutter and utility Have Parts In Play .Bartlett efforts! the Air Force imitation 01: the bearded during the period homemakers Club Met Last Wednesday

$13.00-$111.II0. Carole Lyons and Sheila Mc- sourdough. I* extinct. mid April through mid May Is expected The Happy Homemakers Club on Mar 12 with a program on
Good calves$20.25 standard Suwannee County residents Sourdough e e e to vary widely from placeto met Wednesday. April 14, with Floor Care".
170018.00 with one at 2075. and graduates of Suwannee "'roo,," oat' WHAT'S IX A NAME-Sen. Eugene Mc- place but should average between Mrs. Wallace Boatrtght presiding .
Utility calves saw a $$13.00-$16 Carthy Is downcast. He's become convinced !.a0 and 3.00 Inches. RainIs Devotion were led by Mrs. J. C.
School, were among the cast Light Docket AtMayor's
to mir-Identity
of people
prtco range.A the that he'll never outlive the penchant expected to occur mostly as Orlner.
few good vealers went for Drama of a play Guild presented of North recently Florida by him with the late Sen. Joseph. McCarthy of televised communist scattered afternoon or evening Mrs. Ortner, who attended'the Court Monday

$$22.75-$23. hunting fame. showers and thundershowers on leader's workshop on "Care ofFurniture" An especially light docket
Good and choice feederstockersteers Junior The College.was Noel Coward's The current McCarthy in the Senate has only his last namein his 5 to 7 days during the period. demonstrated the various greeted Mayor J. Marvin Phillips
at $$18.00-$21.00 standard play other fellow. His appearance, hi* state SUNSHINE during the next SO
were : "Blith Spirit" and was presentedIn common with that cleaning agents and polish in City Court Monday. A total of
$15.00$18.00ltmty; 13.00 the auditorium of the college political party, his first name, all are different. had acquiredan days is expected to average about u for furniture which can be Inexpensively seven case came before the
$15.00; and one Inferior at $13.00. For awhile, McCarthy had begun to believe he 70 per cent or more of possible prepared in the home. Mayor
12, 13. and 14. of all thingsa
Standard heifers sold at $14.50- April identity all his own. But that was shattered, by driver for the with only one or two periods of A special feature of the demonstration There were two public drunkenness .
$IUS utility with few inferiorat The fellow in question, a extended cloudiness.
; a government employe. to an official was the various home four traffic case, and one
$12.75-$14.75. To evenly distribute wear on was sent to chauffeur Eugene SOIL TEMPERATURES
State Department during
remarked: remedies for treating scratched: or driving without a license case.
One young low-standard cow sheets, put the small hem at the function. As the senator entered the car, the driver I'd hate the period will continue to rise stained furnishings. The Mayor remarked that the
went off the block tor $16.75. top of the bed at least half of the "You sure look different than you do on television. sharply with increasing intensity Others attending were Mrs. light docket was probably due to

Utility were $1200-$1475 and to' time. to be Investigated by you"e and duration of sunshine and decreasing Waldon Platt hostess Mrs. J. D. the Easter week end.

university students filed a : soil moisture. Mean Mil Ross Br, Mrs. Milton Sumrell. .
I WHO OWNS TilE MOON t-Department Two recently. They fur temperatures at 4 Inches under Mrs. Ethel Peoples, Mrs. Raymond Since the discovery of elastic

land claim with the Interior the "Sea of Tranquility" on the bare soil will average above 75 degrees Jackson and Mrs. Carl Tresster. It U estimated women take; up one-
I nUhed a notarized claim to at the start of the period
taken by one of Mrs. Henry Gentry was welcomed third less space.
Moon and documented it with a photograph and rise above 85 degrees by then as a new member. Fruit salad: Add allspice or

1'\, James B. Daniels, owneralolwith the Realizing NASA moonahots.that they all could other normally U. S. citizens be considered whoM only tax as money part inch d of soil the temperatures period. Maximum win frequently 4.i The next meeting will be held mace to whlpped-cream dressing.

rise above 100
paid for the venture-they based their claim on being; the first .

Funeral Homes The answer wa "No. Interior took the position that evenIf Dem Skeeters Sho Gittin Bad.
all other aspects of their claim were in order, they'd have to Card Of ThanksWe
establish residence for six months before It could become valid wish to thank each one for We make all Aluminum screens for all type win.

\ LIVE OAK and BRANFORD * donating blood sending cards dows. We also have al 1 I Aluminum Screen doors,
) BOW-WOW BULLETIX-The Post Office Department hu visiting. Towers, and prayers during also' wood screen doors.
reported to Congress that it Is making progress against the the recent illness of our IOn We repair all types of aluminum screens
"l Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- mailman's natural enemy-the dog. Some months ago mailmenon Wyatt Knlghton. who underwentopen CALL US FOR A N ESTIMATE FOR
residential delivery routes were equipped with a dot repellentand heart surgery in the Baptist
,f equipped ambulances on call twenty- SCREENS (DR:: REPAIRS.
It Is working. Memorial Hospital In Jacksonville
four hours each day in both Live Oak Last year, the department reported, Its mailmen suffered T.OOO Florida, March It. IMS.Ho .
cot the Pot Bi lilders
dog bite. Beyond the human suffering Involved, It la home now and doing fine. Langford Supply
and Branford. and doctors'bills.
i Office about a million dollars Includingsick leave Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Knlghton
Branford. Florida Helve stea St. SJt n>* JaInsNOWI

In the first four months of use of the repellant, (Paid Notice)
-.CALL DAY OR NIGHT.... ma1melbitten by dog have declined 40 per reMmen
cent. Thus, even after eonslderlng the cost of the "..".
% repellant, the department expects to save 1350,*
362-3333 935-4100 000 this year r* die* !

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THE OLD HOME TOWN -ems._ By STANLEY I Combat TrainedCamp Coach Union Praises Three O'Brien Flayers I

I O'Brien Math School Is basking nine to his teammate and coach
S In what Is being termed a most
Eki ( [ was cited a* a play maker and for
61OURHATILJ & BUTHCDlfWrCVEM J "" Bumble successful Bee basketball representing season O'Brien u the assist having averaged 19 points and 12
per tame.
finished the year with a 15-10
: : DOlSNT; N!' KNOWNE Thunder or Marvin Llnton wu
WAS WHATNF S s>oseoTO r'I"i. / record. McArthur Unton. graduate pointed to u the team leader with ,

,Doctor Fd Like To Knelt S'POSCDT06IAB DO ? I Jacksonville of Edward I* Water the coach.College of alt point and 11 assists per game ;1

-THEN ID : Coach: Union majored In physical average
PULL TM ti ++' : education at the Jacksonville Termed an all around player on
SOME of the player on our with prescribed medication. e ; '
high school basketball team STRINb ;. ,) college and played basketball and both offense and detente Stephen
Rain Scott.. cited for his average -
;: football while a student them. :
have athlete' foot. We all us My two-year-old boy appear to' ;, : I
,. : This week he singled out three of 18 point per fame a* well
the same shower and locker: to be croaa eyed, especially ,
room. How can the rest of u* when he U tired. Can children: 'k.h ,"'''"',:,"f: of his player for their work during a* 12 assists per game.

keep from getting itT outgrow this condition t I* our 1;'1'} the season.Samuel AU three are good students and,
Mr. O. O. California rery the only way to correct: : I I. Clark known a* Light have maintained A average
Dear Mr. O.-: Athlete1 foot 1* UT '
caused by a fungus which Mr*. L. E W.
thrives on the-- South Carolina
warm, moist Dear Mr*. W.: Too often '" ,"' .. TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165
surface of the children who appear to be
akin, especially croyed are neglected for
between the prolonged period before consulting : LaJeMie. NC. (rlnNCI) The 4-plow all Job tractor of the rugged Masaey-

Ili1\" toes. a physician.: Delaying April S-Marine Private Carl B. Ferguson breed I With new Increased-capaclty

Athlete are medical attention In the hope SMALL STUFRRosemary Den son .f Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Advanced Ferguson System ahift-on-the-go
by no mean that all case* will outgrow It M. Boa *f Live Oak eom-
I the only people .la often just wishful thinking. .-------- pieced fear week *f Indlvldaalcombat Multl-P wer transmission luxurious operatingease
'" who .!*. efflict.Dr. Crose-eyes are the result of training March II with and comfort fuel-Having power In the 50
.Coleman weakness In one or more of Club Ims At CenterThe the First Infantry Training. lip class gasoline or diesel. Phone for a demonstration
trelnc condi eye muscle: The condition
Uon. usually become: obvious at the Rosemary Extension Homemakers Mn. Edgar ileek. Regiment Marine. Corp Base today I
The following arc a few taggeitiona age of four or five. met at the Community Following the bualneu session Camp Lejeane, N. C.
that can help to prevent Sometime the weak eye Center Tuesday April 17. for their ; Mr*. Kenneth Christen gave a The 10-'., eeane Includedever
acquiring this annoying muscle: of an Infant may become i regular monthly meeting with demonstration on the cart of toe hears at r........* In.tndl. ALLBRITTON BROS.
and persistent condition: strengthened of their own Mr*. Ira Kiiht, vie president furniture including: the uses of .. Is small unit tactics
1) 'Dry the feet thoroughly accord, a* the child: develop. presldlnc. homemade furniture cleaner and sight eembst. firing wespenandr
after showering or bathing.Under EnD though your child II .. CO.
The devotional read by wu simulated combat e*>ndl- c.OR:!
circumstance should It I
no only two Important that
served by
Refreshment were
liens and ether subject related
i anybody else'a towel be wed he be examined by a physician Wife Preserver1'Unpecled Mrs. Meek and Mrs. Christen 218 W. STII 362-231
i for drying or .tandinC on" who will keep a medical record: lo the Marine Infantryman.
| white drying oneself. UM a tint of his' progress.: If the problem' host a t* for the meeting.

dusting or talcum powder after doe not correct Itself he will
drying the feet especially be- have the advantage of the
I tweea the toe*, earliest medical attention to DOLLAR-SAVING -
2) Put on clean socks after correct: this condition.!
I bathlnr. Preferably UM white Crosa-., may be corrected
Words of the Wise
[cotton socks: which can be by visual training techniques,
boiled to kill the spore of the by eyeglasses, surgery or a The reward for a thing
[funffu that causes athlete combination: of these treatment well done I Ia to have dune DEALEROWNEDAND

If oot.S. *. It.
) Always wear Upper or There .U an additional benefit -(Em*nan)
(some other protective covering In the early recognition and M bWMf*.4 tMt WMW the hs
Ion the feet In locker room, treatment of cross-eyes: a child: iika. .1 25wkh ten I
{bathroom and shower can be spared embarrassment w ear,drips nil be peered.d.
4) Ounce ahoM each day. and emotional distress.
i between UM, allow the shoe while Dr. Cefemanttfartofce HIIMt
dry. Bprlnklo a medicated .. to eaewer M/hddu.l EXECUTIVE
der liberally Into the shoes letter*. M will saw reaOr New Potatoes
fore wearing them again fiMttlows to kin. eoJumn whenever .
Prevention of Infection 1* soatiM* end when they
t important. U Infection I* .... tf evweral <*t.rt. Adores* Baked
Creamy Splendor
at. It must be treated your fetter t. Dr Cobma U
a doctor1 supervision cell ./ tM -,.,.,..
JO IMI hag rsii wee eyedintlea) If tact OCNHOir CAR SALEOF
A "new potato" ls one which i t U tip salt If desired
.U too Immature to be stored U tap finely" chopped farllo
------- and .ls tskth straight from the 1 tbsp. flour .
fluid to msrket a matter of H e. Ufht cream

A Thought For Today 10 day to two week tint In tt tap black pepper LVaM OF aaWHaal
the market annually Is Florida )i tap basil leav*. BB a
" 11\\,, Bf B ODT C. HAWtMW with a bounteous crop 1 e, cooked PM
WhUe all potstoe are good Wish new petateet ant
sources of vitamin C, It Is at srrape them, U akin Is not t.n* '
> '," It would be a happy oombtnaUan.of course,if we could team the
Its peak In these rouad red and Wr
and thin Plea la heavy
wisdom that come of years with the drive and
\ 'I, strength of youth However, mature thinking requires while potato bottom sa6epan with stock: 65MERCURYSCOMETS
a number of Ingredients which although DIKED CRKAMrD: salt and ,arUe. Dotl."red.
not denied to the younc. are unusual If not rare NtW rOTATOCMIS SO mla or until poUto. are
\\P. commodities for UM very simple reason Uta> there ri't" Iba) amass new tender. (Tim .,*.... upon
I* no. constctmUy workable substitute for experlenr potato sis of potatoes.)

The ability to think to plan and to reason an 1-la bolUiiff water Blend flour with light cream
"f processes available to us for all but UM wry' early I Up, salt, and add along with ether In.
year However aa tune goes on and we can \t .. heavy cream credtMts to the potatoes. CookS
draw deeper and i deeper from UM well of experience U ..... salt MIL or until sauce .U slightly
J we Invariably find that our thinking ha H tsp black pepper 1, thick. & !
greater clarity and reflect more of the patternsevotvtng Serves RNLW
U tap ground tumerMtb
from a sound objective appraisal of the I
Ieaa at band and lea of UM dictates stemming from UM abut > p, chopped green onion : POTATO ANDS
omeUme misleading enthusiasm of youth 1 tbep. chopped parsley a""IMP SALAD
Waoh potatoes wett. Do not la. row potatoes, cooked
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE pert Mate In eeneepaa with H Ib. ....... peeled and

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BRODY C. HARRIS HUM Mn. or until poUtoie H lace MIl
are about .sIt-doe. Drain off H Uo. black pepperS
water. Oak at >Tt* r. M mln.r Up finely chopped oalosjt
5 uaUl poUto.* are tender, thsp.
Remove from oven, cut poU- S l rf* bard-cooasd eggs
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I Thirteenth Annual Event At White Springs ::1;I

spiritual singers, and Barnes pointed out that no charge
ida Federation take an active: interest player,
Florida Folk Festival Set For in the Festival Miss Boltin many other entertainers, singly I* made for attending the Festival,
pointed out."Music and in group other than the usual gate fee for

is an important part of Three programs will be presented entrance to the 243-acn State of
Foster Memorial On 7-8-9
May any festival and particularly a on Friday and Saturday May Florida park In which are located
Miss Boltln said, and the Stephen Foster Museum and .
10 am.,1:30:
folk festival 7 and 8, at pan
White Springs Fla. The Florida Folk Festival, one
the Foster Carillon Tower
"and we feel that the Stephen 7:30: pjn. The concluding program
of the state's most ambitious and colorful spring enter .
br' Foster Memorial, the State of built around a religious
ft tainment programs, will be presented for the 13th con Florida' music shrine on the theme, will be, presented at 2:00 School Supplies a& KeCrimeD'a)
secutive year at the Stephen Foster Memorial on the Su- world's most sung about river is pjn Sunday afternoon. May 9.

wannee River here May 7-8-9, with more than 1500 persona the ideal location for an event of All program are held on a ,
to perform during the three- the seven programs during the this nature." shady, outdoor stage overlooking Household Hint
day period. week end.Sponsors. Participants will recall old-time the Suwannee River the stream If you're planning a party
Participants will come from all of the diversified arts crafts and custom, WIll present Foster immortalized In his classic where jrouTl want plenty of cold
section of Florida from Georgia event are the Stephen Foster folk songs and dances and "Old Folk At Home", Many out- drinks, empty your Ice cube ...
and from several other states, according Folklore Guild the Florida Federation will relate fireside tale and old of-state tourism enjoy the festival Into plastic bag In the mom-
to Thelma A. Boltln, Festival of Music Clubs and the superstition The programs will each year, alone with thousand lug, store in the freezer compartment .
; director. Dozens of Florida Stephen Foster Memorial Com include Seminole Indians, whip of Floridian and South Georgian and refill trays so>> '
r6N cities, town and communities will mission. The National Federation crackers, old-time fiddler waterwitchers they'll. be ready la the event 1
be represented In one or more of I of Music Clubs, through the Flor I dulcimer and harmonica Memorial Director Foster L. .
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BUT-SELL EXCHANGE Oak. George E. Jensen, contractor tractor, good condition tiller, Morgan' Trailer Part D3 90 J. ROGERS, sUaltorSpecializing
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fielba and abandoned by its mother fed by Bob West, 4, WANTED Short order cook at Chevrolet truck. loco Chemical house. Phone 3821881 FOR SALE Three bedroom
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husband alternate for night feeding every three noun. (:.. FJ*. Tveaday in person. call tf FOR SALE 19A7 Twilight mobile FOR RENT 2 store available Howard Hire, Chlefland. Florida 1
home house trailer. 8' x 3$', April 1, at 228-227 W. or phone 4934448. I
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS WANTED Lady to work soda 9800. See June' Severance, St. the former W. L Garner PdJJ) ".11
fir in; Corm fire fountain at A ft: W Drive In. Branford Fla." Phone 938-2581 stores. Contact J. D. Henry

IH cents per word with a Apply in person. cajj tf or 938-2281. pdJJ 48-80 162-2110 for Information.cbJJ. FOR BALK:: I
DUX BtrtO minimum *f $L98. 48-49
LPN or RN nurse for nursing FOR SALE Used Tire and Brick veneer borne, located Blast
)I Tips ForThe Anglers (AU elaaiffled feast be paid In home, keep Included.: Phone or Tube Bargain for car*, FOR RENT Unfurnished, two wood Forest 3 bedroom, I and I

advance.) write Mannie Hire, 493-4448, truck, tractors. All die avail bedroom house on Helvenston H bath, electric heat age S
: r---: PIN! A FEW SAFETY PINS TOm Cb1e anel. Florida. pdJJ 47-91 able. Some like new. Hundred Are. located nest to Red A yean, aman down payment
, yam YOUR FISHING CLOTHES BE1:1 ONE WEEK FREE to pick from. Barber's Service WhIte Grocery. Call 382-3349 price 815.000. F. H. A. finance
after 8
HANDY pjn. available to qualified buyer.
J> Station O'Brien. 938-9838. Also
THEY WILL PE FOR Classified erdered for five Age 18 to 40. Apply in person
l JtJrt I"MIOTS OP FLY,OR UNTYING ran service station fromBarber' on 8. Suwannee Ave. Can Paul 4 bedroom home 3 bath, living'room
If' ..... will pay for a 28 word WANTED Waitresses. Apply at Tin Service, wholesale A. Byrd. 383-1389 or 382-1387. dining room. kitchen
advertisement for five week Dixie Grill. cajj tf division. cadj tf all tf good location known a* the
"Dr. Price Home", price now I
Use Snwaanee Democrat Classified
MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR SALE New and used FOR RENT-One 2-bedroom Unfurnished : reduced to $12,800. term can
t TAKE AROMATIC ALONG A SMALL SPIRITS BOTTLEOF OF . for Proven Result: National sales finance companyary plane Frier Music Co. North bouse. M4 N. K.Hslne be sera ged. I

AMMONIA.gA; STING and excellent company Ohio Ave, Live Oat 882-2188 *. Call 3082-1=4. I
fOR MISCELLANEOUS need male to age 30. Good sal eaJJ U pdJJ 48-52 3 bedroom home, two bath, nice
benefit Automobile furnished lot $4./00. cash.
FOR BALK: One M John Deere
AND WILL REDUCE SOME OF 4 e Apply 1230 N. Monroe St, Tallahassee -
THE SWELLING. FARMERS Fla. cbdj 48-48 tractor and all equipment Including room brick home in Sherwood PAUL A. BIRD, Realtor

MONEY for your farm opera. power saw. Bargain Forest. Available May 1. CaU 408 & Ohio Avt.
ItI I bona at reasonable cost. Term WANTED Woman to live with price. CaU 382-2938 or 983- T78-1808. call tf LIve Oak.
to fit your needs. Loans up to and care for elderly lady for a 2743. tail U FloridaeU
I It! t KINKS IN LEADERS CAN BE.n 7 years. Can North Florida Pro- small salary. can 382-3518 or FOR RENT Upstairs 2-bed-
STRAIGHTENED OUT WITH THE ''''If duction Credit Assn. 8. Ohio see Elmer Meek. Rt. 1, Live FOR BALE- Poulan and Pioneer room furnished apartment 810Helvenston
HELP OF APIECE OF AN OLD Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 162-2588. Oak pbJJ 49-60 chain taws, part and' service. St. Call 383-1219..
THLEA0' EiI8; SUTNENAT X b o abe-tf Logging supplies hook, clamp, Mr*. U M. Crews Br. cajj 49 ,PARK AND TIMBER! LOANS
, DRAW THE UADERTHROU6M '!!t. Ii MALE COOKS are needed for immediate bow, bar, and chain Repair AVAILABLE: ,
THE d' for most small FOR RENT Furnished apart-I For Information can or ace:
J TIGHTLYFOLPEP RUBBER. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. employment. Apply in gasoline engine.
cold person. Holiday Inn of Lake Tyre' Saw A Engine Service, ment close In. Call Mn
cl Machine, macnlneless and
406 & Ohio Ave.
f wave permanent given. Operators City cabj tf formerly Electric Service Co., McMuUen. 382-3371 or 382-3714 I
LIve Florid
BOS 8th 8t. Your tmaU engine after ,.m. cajj U Oak.
Annie H. Mill Myr
headquarter eadj
A USEFUL ACCESSORY TO HAVE UeUI1a. and Mary Drew Metropolitan Life FOR RENT Cottage apartment .U

pISASTO LINE, Boatright Manicurist Rub has opening for salesman In FOR SALE: Frame louse anllIt" furnished electric kitchen -

pINCH .12 INCHESiwtTH; AT A Sanford at Annie's each Thursday this area.Starting salary open ranabout trailer, and 30 carport. Privacy Mcured. FOR BALK Howe and lot

SINKER:flK>TO ONE Friday. and Saturday. depending on sale experience hp Johnson motor. May be seen Two adult only. Call 383-1184. 110 1 300 on & Walker Ave.
END THIS IS A GOOD PEPTH caaltf and qualification to $800 per at 117 Van Buren St. Can 382- after a pm. or week ends. .. O. Cannon at Cannon 4*
month. Complete training pro 2403. eaJJ tfTOEON8 all U, Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 3821117. -
A gram, Insurance Program and r call U
"": '"
:! ANY TYPE Retirement Program. Contact -Young or breeding For Salo Hxl Ertato
'1.10 In 3
pain. pro or more pr. I
Metropolitan Life 601 N. Pat-
I ,
MEMORIALWORK ,l] tenon St, Valdosta Oa TeL Iota. For pet or squab breed. FOR BALK Two 40 X 100' loU.: HORNE REALTY CORP.

:. 242-0448. eagf U ing. Immediate shipment No' 73 and 14 on Louis Bird,.II.
KORDES.: 118 S. K 3rd Ave, Beverly Hill*+ KItA_ 8JOO cash. BKANcaomcK
WAITRESSES: WANTED Must Fort Lauderdale Pla" I
DONE be arranged for
can ((119 W. B.wi4 ft
be over 21. Apply in person be- pddh 48-49 qualified buyer. H. B. Jeffooa I

Granite, Marble, Bronze tween the noun of 9-11 am. at FOR SALE: Fence Staple: 1 Rt. 208. Vtacentown. N. J. I GEORGE B. DEES
Holiday Inn Restaurant, Lake
Phone) 362-3333 lb. lOe: 10 lb*. 'Se. CundiffEro p63148-U Ar.nhaNPhoa.
LIVE OAKMONUMENT City. caej tf .. Phone
3832734.pdJJ 47-81 M3.1M9
BUILT'',LIKE( AN Homer Sanford, Rep. large and maU. at the right GOOD "TERUa. Prtoed tsl5 About 13 Mil** From Ue Oak

James K. Miller, president of price. tot I:. Doval St.. J. D. OUTSIDE lION to) I Good Livable Home-Good Water
OFFICE TYPEWRITER REPOSSESSED BINDER Selec- Riverview Christian Day Schoolof Bailey. ceJJ 47-49 PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor 1/3 Mil* On State! HKDway
to-O-Matio like Makes Jacksonville. Fla win be at $tOO Down $BadeMonth
sew. .
Av .
& Ohio
tOt *
0eU Or
hundred of fancy stitches, the) Suwannee County Agriculture Live Oak. Florida' -
make buttonhole., sews on Coliseum May 10 at 8 pjn recommended rootctoek. Growing Phone 383-1389 I 80 ACRES
button, blind hem. mono- to speak on private school. In eonUlnm. Bet any: Urn. sit IS Acre In CalttvaUon
Iran embroiders darns, patches Anyone Interested\ In private Priced to sen. After school and Five MOe To Ton
etc. Take up remaining 8 school 11 I urged to be present at aO day Saturday, Win Londy. Good Waterbolo
payments of $'''7. Write Credit that time. phone 182-1363. pdJJ 48-82 A horn for sale la Sherwood Purest KIee Building Bl.*
Mgr. Suwannee Democrat feb .'.11 : I bcdrooBt. X battM. Bv
FOR BALK AH $._ 1/9 Down
pbhh 48-49 rim of tar- Inc roam omlnc room, kitchen,
r Daulflna. raarantMrf not IA kk_ spot vtSBty room. *U oa a -
I For Salt-AntomotiT*' I Ottl Brown Motor. e.wU good large lot good' tew 110 ACRES
Kko Brick Borne
I IUIO. Three Bedroom Modem BathToeaeco
r FOR BALE: 1M3 Volkswagen 8. Ohio Ave, Live Oak. Fla.cacetf. Allotment Cora BM
I White billfold la Live | Fine' condition, radio Jacksonville, Fla. Good Location '
k Oak, between DuPre's andEagle's. heater passenger reclining seat FURNITURE At APPLIANCES I 0004 Farm Land
t FOR BALM 3-bedncm born
Driven license and personal vent shade, good tire. Can 4COMPLETE located I mils from five Oak $2.001sail Down
will identify. Keep 938-4011. Branford Fla.
u. B.blihway.
with 1 acre 01DII., ea
money and return wallet EUi: caJJU ROOMS tfcep well Rave Several Good BOOM
:- beth Z-US; ,. colonial Hotel. .TRANSFERRED:: TO UfDWETT: pecan. tree PAUL A.JmU to The $4.009 to $..lOt Race
with ekctrt pupa
FOR SALE 1980 Ford station Term Can B. Arranged On Most
!$125 Whit Spring Florida. Telephone wagon. Good shape. At a bar- Please help me save my credit MIbouMful ). JUaMor. tot a Ohio
397-3331. cabd 41 of beautiful furniture. Ave Lime Oak. Pis cacj U
gain. Call Fred Glom IU.I.... FOR BALK By owner. 2 tot,
eomUttnt of T living room .
49-80 pe.
CbJJ FOR SALE- 80 aa-.; 44 eland cleared tn Sherwood Faro*
M WANTED group sofa In nylon fabric Js on C8 37 near Branford. t***. 180 113V, Priced I*.. POOM.

New C3bySMITHtlORONA FOR SALE matching with matchlnff club chair eoektaa, 2 tp table tables.S Russell OVteen. Mayo Fla.paJJ49. 342-1944 or write T.a Boa 137.
Live oak pill
WANTED Donation of wheelchair taD lamp*, muter bedroom mate
4'' *, walkers. crutches: sickroom FOR SALE 8N Ford tractor, consisting of triple dresser with
upplie\ hoe we Inb.. new paint good tire, finer tilting mirror lam chest on chert
County Loan Clceet Please call dle. cultivator planter dice mammoth!** bookcase bed. tpe.
HmJU flew earn ...... lyphe. |... farIMM ItDAV TOUCH 183-1741 or Suwannee County trlbuton. een.aD or part Bee dinette set with est'rat table.. ti
..< ...s. A ml. mlw. TU a-Ie r riNO'MM COUMIt CM* ll4McCRfflON'S Health Department 383-2708. at Norman Anders IV mite I 'foam padded chairs fall doe

13 b 3. M ........ Mw ..... 100I.,.of.......r. cdJJ .,-10 south Pine Lint Church Saturday ram A family. : cia. refrigerator
A.e '*antett: ..'* BI.,1 yirtiilii; tit r.l e. I.S,. J-8A.- .. aZ after 2 pja. pub 49 with eras top frxeser. oomplet the FOMVfR HOMC It fer-

DM OAUIC is if rncra tn A ron.AMU ;:K' .;..;:.. ..::: FOR 8ALB OM) yellow floor et of dishe Unco! *pot. pn .v ry member of last familyt.YOU ,
TW dMll 12 k kiss MIl'war aw....... length and one green ballerina: ZENITH t+en+f.Js,deeigb,tor I

'-.v. -!,Owe BMM IMMTMICLASSIC length formal. te 12. Uk CONSOLE TV irreag.Irrwla(+ ieoLJT1S

............, M gwwMt M.......... g new worn' only: one time. Can Orig. eDIt ..II.... I have paid $ ?.HOMtBAMCNNGtuJHfttf ,

.M..... 0-...K9hiir4 .lee .....- 1(3-3001 after 8 pja. IM 49-80 1411 JO.Win take :' ***wAA th* 5t>ga48.4'JFk,.
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FOR SALE: Steel beam. $81 .Vj >< >?
..Oekhe.Alerp4... ....... Tevril 9VrWl

... it .. Cenvk* Casa,' lr window 130',screens 18'iW aO: aluminum die. 500tech for my ..,..&1. H* money: dawn irtrt

aJar Jut & ... .
: naif-yard cement NATIONALq '
on wheels. $UO. Contact WooleyXUctrta. .wS.

Hwy 90. East". Phone Furniture Warehouse. -

383-3490. fell 49 3422 Beach BJwt Ft. .-.41 .. r...lw..w lf.ssiS.iMeim

OFFICE SUPPLY Open .-.,Bat t-4\>Am. u-t
00 tram the Jaw of :porpoise DtUTtr uc: BALER t>o Oak Fa. Ja.1IMPAGE

,.Srr E. .Howard 3t PIa. sa..21S1 ')DzI4 waiting oa *Mtdoubteparked. Lis one was preferred lor mbrieattog. Anywheear
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