Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
May 6, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


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

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_1884 _. UVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 6, 1965 VOL 80, NO. 51

o THINK/Nr 1 _." .... ...Receives Certificate..Of Appreciation. _" Farmer Here Vote No 1

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Carolina, Virginia Leaf GrowersApprove

Bulldogs Play
More and more I hear local peapie For Allotments
cUacuaahe dire need we have
In this county of revolving our DC Funiak TodayIn "
petty Cauarreto and difference overwhelming noote by Suwannee County tobacco
farmers Tuesday was not enough to the
here at home and to unite on a overcome
program of progress and development r PlayoffsThe affirmative vote given the measure by bright leaf grow-

In this county. At long u en in other parts of the nation.
Buwannee Bulldogs
we continue to be more agalns i continued hut Complete national return showed 74 Per cent of the
kL winning ways .
than for progressive Issues and x voters favoring the new tobacco -- --
week when they outscored a determined
wsnnee County In the pat seven
growth and allotment program while 36 percent
people we can expect
Quincy team In the high
prosperity to paaaII by.f 'I IL1111 termed the program unfav years.
school baseball district playoff.
orable.In Under the program that was
tor many yean this newspaper
: The Bulldogs scored six runs on
accepted by a majority of tobacco
hM echoed and deplored the feelIng Buwannee County, national .
six hits and five errors. Quincy .
farmers In the nation allotments
results were almost completely
here that our young
stored two runs on one hit while for tobacco will be based +
were forced to look elsewhere!. for reversed as IOCS, farmers voted
jobs and opportunities. This situ 7 committing three errors. against the measure with only on a poundage rather than an
Qulncy started the scoring In
acreage basis This poundage allotment
ation wa* pointed to as one of the 111 voting for It.
the fourth without making hit.
a will be determined for
reasons we wen marking time According Their man scored by way of a each Individual from Ms production
manager of the U. 8. Dept. bl
while other areas nearby were
moving. walk, stolen be an error, anda Agriculture BUblllsttlnn Commit. over a period of time.

wild pitch. tee In Suwannce County the vote Both Florida and Georgia grower
Recently have noted the star ,
Uve Oak back In the
voted against the m'lIwbut
was the Urgent farm vote for BuYonnftttcrt I
of a change for today more
fourth when a double by Johnny an overwhelming vote by Carolina
our young men and women are Hunt scored Lee Harvard who and Virginia farmers carried the

finding employment and business was on base with a single. Hunt Fight Are' program to victory nationwide.
here at home. This
opportunities later scored on an error by the Walter Roberts president of the
to how communities are built for k Quincy shorUtop. Fnro/rrtl Delinquency Buwannre County Farm Bureau,
there i must be a continuous flow Quincy tied the same In fifth Sheriff Duke "MrfallMer andPalkw commented that under the pro-

of new Ideas and workers Into a J. ...... Fleteber. president ., the Braafard Ties snits center, presented a certificate af ap- when a runner scored on a walk CbWf riwaod Howard tram that had passed farmers of

community to keep It from Keetatteai to henry M. Ward, ., right far the ba.a| be bas give the eeeaamy ef the Rraafard area an error, and by finally stealing said here this week that a rails this county stood to lose a great
coming stagnant be-I home. ., tow violations. by small children
as president ef Ward rertlltoer Company. The eerttneate signed by Goveraar llardan Horns, was deal of money.
When a few The Bulldogs put the lame ranslng tern aa eight. "I want to thank al the farmers .
oats the thinking and actions of given to eoajancUao. with ladeatey Aavreetottoa Week aM Ite preaentettoa.. was the highlight. ., the ...
away in the sixth\ hen a triple by year gut te a II year who void against the measure
. a community you find stagnation Braafard Area Mesa lab aaeetlag Manday alght. Mr. llaraea r........ .ltI't'.... af ..", .Uft, farNltragea. Dean Croft a double by Hunt and worn proving major. prablrma In and assure them that UM Farm

for only a free exchange of Ideas .tJaHa to shish al left. (DfWMcrat Staff Pbate) a single by Bid Allen produced tkelr e/fwte I* curb delln.s.neyIn Bureau was completely. again

and thoughts. leads to beat eoluThue four runs. this ctly and e*.n',. the poundage proposal" Robert
UoDI. Ray Corbin wu the winning Eight Indlvldaala la this ategveap stated.
It to that It Is encouraging industry Appreciation Week Skilled LaborIs pitcher for the Bulldogs He now are lavalved In an out According to Mills the new syetern .
to see signs that perhaps the has a record of nine and two. break af events that Inclade of poundage allotment will go ,
majority our people are beginning The neit game In the playoffs pelt theft, breaking and ..ntering Into effect as soon u details can
Ward Given
to fact realities and Insist Henry ; Certificate Of Must For for the Bulldofs will be against and theft .f lee aaUs.five be worked out and official word
that w. present a united front for Drrunlak Springs on DrPunlakFriday. ef the yeatkt are white 'cornea from Waihlngton

prop'IIa.I In Branford New The team will leave Live and three are eebtrvd.The a a
Appreciation MondayHenry Industry Oak Thursday Ctoday. ) and travel law affleen MM sis a'.
Aa example of this unity to the to DrPunlak on a special bus ...*.. bad teem made rM aUy far Draft Plans For
manner to which various groups M. Ward general manager of Ward Fertilizer The biggest problem In the chartered by local Radio Station drag racing and that their. .I.

[ and tndivtduato have cined to Company in Branford was presented a certificate: of appreciation world today to the race between WNEH. Oame tint* to 4:30: fens In this ,..I4.are b lii|
.. placing Improvement to highway signed by Governor Burns during the regular modern* machinery and out manpower If the team should beat De- laleaained.Aentlaalaa. 1965 Suwannee

lit and the building 011.11.. the monthly meeting of the Branford Area AI en', Club Monday Jack .MrClenan. advisor runlak their next tame would be af gnlll and eaufwatoas -
on youth problems and
major road program needs In this night state coordinator In the state tournament In Oalnesvttle hear the yeoagater Fair

county. I think this to a wise ____________________I The certificate was elvnt Ward' I the office of for State programs In next week, were ebUlnad the am ers eel*. County
choice and shell do. what .I canto In conjunction with Industry Appreciation of Public Instruction Superintendent ThomasBaity Plans for the IMS Buwannee

so. that this program comes Urn ,Dale, 1.T4 To Weak and was praamt.<: said to a *peect. stilt.... to I Count Pair were set into motion
Hold Meet Tonight eve be ........ ........., Ie tl enl .... e.w.a pMq.MfiM fty Catching FtrWU,a .. hare TueaAay a% a MMUng *4 the ,
of the BnufordTMit Council *- .... ,
wnw..uw. r4
' Coxveraave Training ease 'J J. wM+
1 "agraTwTshould:: continue to Offieeco win beeaulad aadrvparte n was noted during the pratenleUfi at ............ High Bchool last Suwannec-ll Club i 141emners i Se, composed of the officers and "
request that the one-tone bridge heard at a ...... ta. that Ward .*. eOambpany r Thnnday.McCtoOan. department heads of the fair
over Rat Creek on the Whit aicbt en....") ef tac Uvc reprcamu a capital Inveeunent pointed lo the fact group. Thto yeas event will beheld .
Springs road. be replaced. The Oak P.T.... Tbe robs win begta of 1400,000 and has evwM that many jobs thai are currently To Aid Nations Spare ProgramSuwannee ) the week of October l-ai. J

delegation beaded by Mrs. Boucher at lee ..... sad wffl be. employees on a year roundbaste. open do not have skilled people An upended 1Itoclllhow was 4
wee right and proper In Insisting laid to UM hate nigh A...- Since the IneepUon of UM to fid them. He said that the person County 411 club members have been selected approved for thy year's fair, made I
action betaken.Road ........ company the coat of trOUser tt that gains some of the. as one of two such croups In the state to performa possible by the two additions now I
BwwaasMO HUb ...... PHaetpat the Branford area to said to bail needed skills win be the person te pedal mission for the National Aeronautic and Spare being made to the Coliseum corn-
Board met BID Beaufort Jaaa J. ,...... to to been reduced II pee ton. demand the better wage to the 'Administration on a project designed to help !In the na-1 plea and which will be ready withn -
hM expressed Interest In seeing wlta Barlalaadea4 Ward expressed his pincers tion'a a few weeks.Kii ,
charge ., tIN pregram future. "
. __ ._ .
_. _. livestock
Into county gets a tetter M. Palaaos thanks for the certificate andstated -- -- ---- Butler heads the
.. Bean The speaker commented that I *u e'11 "ciuo memorim in I
break from the current administration end ......... ...., Bwdatoachadated that It wu through UM, over the lifetime of an Individual Manatee and Buvsnnee Counties for the project In Uve Oak Friday division for the fair with T, J.
than U did under the. Tar- t* make , PalMMS patronage of the people to UM the person who stays In schomi are being asked to participate In night, at 1.00 pm. In the laynee as head of the swine departiMnl. .
its Bryant regime: OtrUlnly the win dtocaaa tIN ewrreateaaaal area and hard work by his family and gets his of NT degree will an right week period of collecting Junior High School Auditorium. Jack IJUpham the dairy I
county can Join wholeheartedly la ...... sad ....... winrapMto and employees that his company earn on an average 1)1009 more fireflies. The .to In cooperation Plans. for collecting the Insects show Charles. Ifowee the beef
applauding this Interest.I UM adeaaUa apa, fleattea had been able to grow and give than the person who drops out of with the Ooddard Space Flight will be made at the meeting. attic show Matteg Ward the
think that reasonable requests Mir tee belag aaade first class service to the armen school. Center In OrrntbHt, Maryland, NASA will provide certificates. heifer show and Arnelt ItlUhoua

'within the stele's aWWy from far oeearty ......, In the area "We win probably see In the where scientists win be using a to these 4-llers actively parucl- the poultry chew, AH were autho-
thto county will receive. careful Two B... Hitoaa ........ .... Also during the meeting the near future the day when the chemical In the firefly to help de.led paling in this project. The county riNd to draft rules and mutations
and thoughtful study from the tar af, UM. Athena CarhiteaCharch. group went on record as favoring person who does not complete life In the upper reaches of win also give a camp scholarship as well as suggested premium
present road board' member.It to .........1 ef the PTA the re ommenaaUons of UM school will be unable to find the earth's .unOl"" ". to the 4-ll'er collecting the 11.<<..
takes: some time for new per sad wffl ........ No. I c....... .. Pago II> w"," McOellan sskd. There will be a kick-off meetingCattlrntan'a Grace Lee Piccolo the Ood- Changes In judging community
pie to organise sad get started. I According to alcCtetlan the dud ,....rch scientist In charts buoths are being eana tiered for
think Bill Beaufort to anxious to need for skilled Is al of this project will attend this his year and Fred DeVene who r
have some dirt moved to this Up To State, Hoard Say such a high demand manpower thai Industry A ..orlatlon. IN., I M>4 M race ItOf"I (No, I ralla..4 a* Page I)

county win not move Into a town that Will Meet May U

Commissioners PetitionedTo has a bad relation with manpower The quarterly meeting of the ,, Tit Stay High School
Attho Florida to a fast growing County Btiwaruwe County Cattleman's Association
state. could not help but be .lmyeojissd The speaker pointed out that It will be held Friday May

this week end at the. fast Replace Narrow Creek Bridge was up U the buOncaonen In UM 14, hi the Agricultural Conamm.J. SCIUll)1Bard) Adopts School Program
acreage still waoVvelopad la this community te Insure thai a good W, "Buddy" Clark of "ouln0. -.
state. We bare room for sattJons supply of skilled labor was ready ., a popular speaker, rancher
sore m nearly every section of the petition with more than 60 names was presentedto for the industrial demands of the and auction market operator will Recommended By Advisory Committee

..... the Board of County Commissioner Tuesday in pro- ctt,. be the speaker,
There to a hurtle end bustle inFlorida. eat over the narrow bridge that spans Rock Creek, The bat way we have dlscov President Charles llowas urges" The report of the School Hoard Advisory Committee
eepsdaUy la the M.FvierrtMTgdearwater to the Commission by has been approved by the Suwannee County School: Hoard
The petition was presented ed te get the needed stilled "' ... 'aft cattlemen to. some and bring
area. .... Urs. Pauline Poacher who pointed out that two accident I power to through the DCT program : their wives to this. quarterly awetlng. with the exception of the committee's recommendation on
neat to good people eonunne to have occurred oa thai bridge toUM to the aehooto/ McOellanWo. A barbecue dinner will begin the O'Urf.R lII.h School.
come to the state and the' word last two years, ere reauttingto starting the project .to a tock olenginaerlng ( I raa laa..d a* Page II promptly at Y.M pm. The school board accepted the program' for new
down te that area to gar a death. personnel. schools an4 renovstxm reenm-

I had the opportunity to see the County loan daw Lamer Jua' Brewer. Road f>parUnrrfDutrtrt mended bf 'he committee during
MaUonal Guard annortee la the Hancock stated that everything CngtMer to Lake City,.::1 ritm Details for County_ ,',d, thalr regular meeting TwrwtoyImtg ,
Male which I bad not area before. had baifl done, by the countyeonuatorton. wrote. the comraUaion telling these 4 /. with the a.ebUn.. of 'M
The newest at Palmetto has toproumeote te get a new bridge that the project would be started report the board esprtaatd their
over the one here and and that n was now up to the In Ute near future.The d. p appreciation te the awnnbor
ea a whole afl are maintained to Bute Road Drearuaent to get cnmmli-nn alae motveda a of the advtery' eommlltee for the

good h+shssn. the lob .... emaO conflict that had erupted wont thai bad sew Into the re-
Next: week.I glom to attend a refresher ... have given the Bute Road .
of to UM
the aatignin
ever space pipit
oaarse at Fort Lassa.worth Department see share of &be. ney Court- the ttueetloM" ef the OBiten
school board to the new '
at teaveawwrta. Kaneag.Perhaps to do the Job and ft has new ...... The fommlarton a&ocatedthree ;+ high h ('kboiil. Ute haul thou.tit
the raaaoa wee eventsappear hem over a year Mare mss project to the renovated 4Aa irai the reemamanlt..hsi: l$ slnrthe
more Important lo ate to was eonodmeV Hancock high school there would
Courthou and the apace now
that from now on moat exprrtaBeee .toted.Accordtnar. caiwi hardships on the people
being eased by the whoM board In
I have to the': national Owed .. Hancock. Ute oavtr U the O'Wrn sr.a asS thai tneutmol
Ute Agnrultaral Building as uar-
fan tote the category of last oae. leaanst that the .... Road ten for school board activities ahould reel" k. ebaad ur.lU
This to due to retireamt that for DrparUwai has. pies far not further study was mad ef the
me somes Ma* t, l.... so before The eosamtokion approved a action ".....
tee many saore weeks I win eater. of a road going throucn Bvwannee The board aIM Indicated tha
the last year I caa nmsto active Catholic Church CeUUtht River Btete Park.This approval .. they wlfl withhold the privilege! afsiskmg
to the VaUoaal Ouard. sane eanatrvrUon on the changes, In th* repnrt M
From REA road pea now begin.Howard ".*, deer proper sled feasible.In .
How. that the school board has. Kd K. ........ h* Sarah sad Dick toady 'I et"TIIttIdaf, the
adopted the school program r.. ......... Ta.ef IJiIIe c... ptoa. three people. M be named ? I ti r rise board aped flupavtntendent Itenry .
commeadtd by .... advisory oommtttee. _v. said ben Nis .... by the Uve Oak Garden Club ........ to wren Btislor ........
efforts. to bnpteaaimt BM that MeoMerat vo bad effefad were" named. to a committee teaupqvtoe ten lUioarte, ltereiteUve Leon
bond raw anal for In the report to rod a Site at UM Cat*.. the tonoaeeptnc around.. aUfMMid. aa4 Oovemor Bum

should begto. M Closet pr...fty .bare ..... the ash ling then lo support the a tulailoMl -
lam toM pianaart. rive being eM ..Mtge.M. final agora Ute eommJsaaaavoted poesy Uuil to BOW be*
,.....tod to orgaatoe a eon aw tie aewee. ewMbd fee send a waafciUaei .. the tog .....,.. by the 1IrI"""' ".
palga to portal the facts and details whims W reed ba Ms aawaaa Chan SB ef theBUte Road Beard Wrrslen and ....... gtvaratog tae HI e.ea
ef swa a bond .tine te UM er .... ....... bad 5rde airing the board w hind a aewea I iaai-Hlie ., tao fair ..-..... ..... Bbava s..Mk4 UM rte left te'itgb are (d ...*-. .f the sanaol asounte. to) the

people if sale cawoty.Ke. aCT with a BgM ........ toetaBatlaej > bridge veer IhI beweene JIUftf AraMt mikiini. Malta. Ward lart ........ Lear C. Wsdu.otb. T. ,. PlMatMr, SV. ,... Crane i Stanford Mate Hank.N .
I) at she. .... Ref ......... N1e Ida lee thymee sod *..Juan
( I Caatlaaad ea Page the Hobtoe Furry: Road. Ilydwg. 10.- 51011 rhalel | .. 4 .....* a* Page IIU I





rrJJ1Jot/ie4 About Tins FLORIDA'S I It Happened In .

2%' That And I Farm Suwannee County, Florida

s: FrontBy
191519101955Taken /
No Taper Tiger' In Tank You Have To Earn It

There are diametrically opposed points of view, More and more these days, we hear it said
as to what this country can do and should do Ir 1 that "All men are equal." Doyle' E.

Viet Nam. But there can no longer be any dissent We hear it over the radio, on television; we ConnerA From The File. 0/

to one fact: we are totally committed to uslm r read It In the newspapers and magazines. Politicians I 1' THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
venture into cooperative
whatever force and whatever tactics are necessarjto and men in high places keep repeating itt ,. pilot cattle
feedlot operation to serve
preserve South Viet Nam from a Communist Ministers preach it from the pulpits: raisers In U North Florida and I
take-over. "All men are equal." South Central Georgia counties / 1915 room building one of three parts fraternity last week.

President Johnson went all out when at i I We beg to differ in our opinion, all men are i has been announced by Cotton Marshall Klnkald is tiredof of the unit. -
conference of governors he declared that thlt e not equal. Producers Association City and Intendsto Mrs. E. 8. Conner entertained
would be the U. 8. policy if it takes "20 or 50 years"' Some are born strong and husky, some are The site chosen Is 160 acres chasing stop town to cows their marauding.The Seven ninth grade students of with two tables of bridge tor
put a
lie has also said that he Is always ready to begot! weak; some have great mental ability some da I southeast of Valdosta on Hwy. 41 citizens the Woman's Club O'Brien Junior High School received members of her card club at her
ate an honorable peace, but has found no sign ol t r not. and the Southern Railroad.. Feeding and the municipality have gone certificates at commencement home Tuesday
any willingness on the part of the Communists tc Ood gave life to man and there he stopped. is expected to start this com to a great deal of expense and exercises held in the school: Playing were Mrs. A. 0 Patillo
move in that direction. He did not make them all good ball players, good ing June. trouble in improving and beautifying auditorium Friday night. Attor-I: Mrs. Ethel Byrd. Mrs. F. D Hel:
"We will obtain steers (approxi- ney Alfred T. Airth was the venston. Mrs. J.
not L.
Intelligence Digest, a British publication which I farmers, good merchants or even good fishermen. the city, and he does delivered forceful Black 'tU.
mately 500 to 600 pounds) from speaker a mess- Mrs. J. D. Henry.
cattle destroy Mn
deals in world affairs, quote one of its special cor He did not make them all good teachers, or good farmers in the area and feed them Intend to have these the Improvements age to the youthful graduateswho Brlnkman. and Mrs. O a Walton.R L
respondents as saying that we have only the three! leaders of men. out In about six months," said and disfigure and he thinkshe embark on high school Careers .
following alternatives in Viet Nam: 1-An IndeflIte He just left that up to the individual. I W. W, Oaston, manager of CPA's if he can prevent next year When the doctor advises

prolongation of the present situation. 2- A He did not even give to all men in all places -'nrlr..Hnir. HlvUtnn can. you alght as well take a short a rest

negotiated neutralization of Viet Nam and subsequent an equal start in life but in his wisdom, he did Profits from feeding and mar- The passenger car which the Eugene Boyles son of Mr. and and. maybe, avoid a long one one
American withdrawal.. 3-An expansion ol t leave the door open to every man on earth no matter ketlng will be returned as patronage Live Oak Foundry and Machine Mrs. H. J. Boyles, who attendsthe .
the war at the risk of a conflict with Red China I where he might be an opportunity to equal or refunds to farmers in proportion Shops have completed for the Unlverlsty of Florida at Oil from the Jaw of a porpoise
and/or Soviet Russia. excel in his fellow man. to the number of pound Florida Railway was put on the Gainesville, was Initiated into the once was preferred for lubrlcat-
abroad,, The of feeder steers marketed throughthe Saturday attached to the Alpha Zeta honorary agricultural log fine watches.
This is a widely held point of view savage In the jungle has the opportunity road ,
And certainly no one can any longer believe thereis If he wants to learn how to shoot his bow and Plans operation call for 32 pens to drylot regular freight It has a white
and a
a simple and safe solution to the Viet Nam pro barrow, further and with better aim, and by doing feed 100 head of cattle in each. compartment at the rear with
front end.
lem. The President, it seems clear has made his so, to become as good or better hunter than his Volume to be handled is expectedto colored at and accommodations In

decision and there will be no backtracking. Thatdecision neighbor. run to 6.000-8.500 head an baggage the middle. This is one of the best STUMP BROTHERSCash
as summed up In the U. 8. News& World Here in America he was very generous. He nually. Feeding will be completely I cars that comes to the city and
Report U to be generous if the Communlntsend left the door wide open no matter what the mechanized to operate with a shows that work can be done here
their aggression but brutal if they choose a color of your akin might be; whether you start i minimum amount of labor and at home. & Carry Building MaterialsPhone
test of military strength." The magazine adds that high or poor, strong or weak he left it up to each up-to-date sanitation practiceswill
Red China has been informed that she will be the of us as to how high up the ladder of equality we be followed Oaston said. J. Fleet who recently bought
I note that FlorIda 242-5566
might climb. Incidentally the building occupied by Fleet &
subject to attack with all weapons, Including nu feeders had 46.000 head of
clear If she enters the fight. Some start with great wealth and end in the cattle and calve being fed to Son on West Howard Street and 30O S. Patterson Street
In other words it Is up to the Communiststo gutter. Some start poor and end up wealthy and good and choice grades on April the adjoining building occupiedby
decide whether the war is to grow hotter or not. still end up in the gutter of public opinion. AI 1, according to the Florida Crop Pennlngton's Meat Market is VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
having the two buildings made Into -
And in this country. President Johnson's position Capone is a good example. Some never reach great and Livestock reporting service
one and when the work is com-
is being given the most powerful kind of bipartisan wealth but attain the topmost round of success That's a drop of 43 per cent since pleted will have one of the largest 4 x8 x '/ Interior Plywood C 0 Crt

support within and without Congress. For Instance, and equality in the hearts and minds of the peo- January 1, but 31 per cent more and nicest store buildings in Uve Per Sheet ....................."..................... Z.DU
Barry Ooldwater in one of his recent newspaper ple. George Washington Carver the great Negro than on April 1 a year ago. .
columns, writes that the Johnson policy has scientist attained an equality and even excelled The total on feed In Florida, Oak.W. 4 x 8 x %" Interior Plywood i ft

worked wonders in turning war from a hopeless the men of his time. Harry Truman expresidentof Georgia 1 was 130,000 and head Alabama, down on 38 April per L. Blackmon and 8. B. Per Sheet ............................. .............. 6.
morass into a sharply focused issue." He further the United States, started at the bottom of the cent from January 1 but only 4 Blackmon two of the prominent :
suggests that this country iisue a "target ultima ladder and reached an equal that many of us will per cent more than on April 1, and successful farmers of the Full Thick Insulation JO AA

tum" to the Hanoi government. This would consist never attain. Jackie Robinson the great baseball 1964. Pinemount neighborhood were In Per M ..........................................N...... .
of naming a series of targets of Increasing Importance player and now a successful businessman has attained the city Tuesday, attending to
that would be hit successively until Hanoi a place in life that Is hard to equal. All of business matters. I %" Treated Sheathing '

accedes to peace terms. Ooldwater also proposes these and all men like them didn't have much gon Out, something in Hood River new In County the way Ore.of lion W, R.-Dorman returned Per M .............................:,.::.............. 45.00
that we ask our Asian allies, such as the Phill- help to start they had to make the grade on mechanical harvesting is going to yesterday morning from Tallahassee .
pines, to enter the Viet Nam ground war. their own. be tried this year on that area's where he attended a meetIng 4 x 8 x 3/8" Sheetrock \

And there is another Important facet to the All men equal. apple and .,pear crops. and banquet of. the two camps Per Sheet ......................".................... 1.49
picture which Newsweek sums up as follows: "For My foot! I don't believe it. Growers are going to experiment of the Woodmen the World In
the time being at least Washington's new-found Equality Is that open door given to all. If you with a large plastic bag that city Mr. Dorman was one of Common NailsPer

decisiveness has stolen the initiative from the want to equal your neighbor, and fellow man you placed over a tree and pump in the orators of the evening. Keg .............................................. 9,50
Communist camp. contrast with the recent have to work and plan, and work some more in water from a large hose at the
past, It is now the leaders in Moscow and Peking order to attain it, and be accepted as an equal. rate of about 2,500 gallons a min 19/0

who seem uncertain and confused, anyone can Equality Is not something that the Lord passed ute. It is expected agitation of A crowd that could not all be Key N Knob Lock ..............N.......N....._..... 4.25Bird
see new they don't want to risk direct warfareon out to all-neither is it something that the govern- the water will lift and twist the held In the Branford High School

any scale with the U. 8. while at the same ment in Washington can give to any man. No laws fruit separating around it from the bag the Auditorium saw the largest class 235 Ib. Asphalt Shingles f DC

1 t._,...OMU wniflrttaMv --.a.witt* -' v+- tM..,,,"land PUM No one can say,what the future will bring. But can make "all men equal." at the base of the tree. Monday night The graduate.,
no one can deny that the United States is demon Equality Is something you have to earn on your When harvesting, Is completed, their parents and friends, heard 4x8 x I/ Pref. Magh. Paneling

strating that it is not "a paper tiger own. water will be returned to the sup Prof. H. P. Constans. head of the Per Sheet ....... eee..eeeoe.***,*.eeeee*...*...*... 4.80
Bradford County Telegraph Starke .Okeechobee News ply tank by another hone lowering department of speech at the University
a the fruit to the bottom of the of Florida speak on "The 12" x 12" Vinyl Asbestos Tile 10
Earmarks of the Educated man"An ,
Lcggons For Everyone Going Too Far I bag. It is expected the process can estimated 600 or 700 people Each ........................?.....N....__........ e
be used on two or there trees at
Two Bartow police officers what The Reverend attended
hurrying on Doctor
Martin Luther King Is, the same time. 12"x 12" Plain Celotex Ceiling Tile If
they mistakenly believed was a mission of mercy by any set of standards, a very positive The technique is said to be )
were Involved last week in a comparatively minor ful individual and certainly a single-minded and force-one. similar to one used by English Rev T. W. Tayloe, who recently Each ......._....................

automobile accident. But for the grace of God, That has been amply demonstrated growers on their dwarf trees accepted the post of rector of
in count the local Episcopal 24 Window
# Awning
it could have been a major tragedy. less ways on countless streets The Hood River experiment Is Church was 17 lflI
The circumstances, as reported fully In a throughout the country over the past and few rostrums years. to be conducted during the coun I luncheon guest speaker period at of the the Rotary weekly Each ...........N................................. .N... .

Page 1 news story in this issue of The Democrat, If he has sought to become the symbol of ty's early harvest which starts Club Monday and gave an interesting
briefly were these: Negro resistance to the status about mid-August. discussion of naval
quo, he has achieved strengthof THESE PRICES F.O.D. OUR WAREHOUSE
County hospital officials decided to hold a fire that end. the world's leading nations.

drill; profiting by the excitement which accompanied Possibly he may evene be properly regarded In The State of California and
an earlier incident a hospital official notified a sense as the goad of American conscience. Federal agencies are teaming up Long-awaited beginning of construction
the fire department In advance that a drill was But If his motives at the outset were the epi to conduct a farm labor training on Live Oak's new WPA STUMP BROTHERS
planned; the police department was not notified; tome of selflessness which program for domentle workers In primary school starts Monday
.. may or may not be when
when the call of "fire in the children's ward at the &L use case the fact remains that he the Ventura County area. workers lay out the class -
now seems to
county hospital" came through and a fire truck have crossed the line Sponsored by the Emergency
Committee to Aid
roared out with siren screaming, the police dispatcher It's one thing to peacefully workers
And one and financed under the U. S
relayed the alarm to all patrol units; en can admire the person willing to sacrifice and suf Manpower Development It Training -
route to the scene one police car ran a red tee for a cause in which he believes Act. it Is expected the program

light and hit another car whose driver had not But when the same man. as King did on nationwide mill have an initial capacityto I CAN'T 't
heard the police siren. television recently/ proclaims the view train 600 Americans to do the
Fortunately the police driver saw the approachIng he feels no obligation to obey laws with which he work formerly performed by imported WAIT TILL
car In time to jam on brakes and soften the Im doesn't agree this borders on anarchy. labor.Workers .

pact. The other officer who had belatedly startedto And when he seeks to boycott an entire state, recruited for training MOTHERSDAY
fasten his seat belt that's aLv will be paid an allowance. Those
wu still holding the strap, carrying things too far
from outside the Ventura '
which undoubtedly kept him from being thrown N We feel impelled to ask, In the words of get dally subsistence pay area also will /

face-first against the windshield. Shakespeare: "Upon what meat doth this our They will be allowed 20 hours of 1t
There were mistakes all around in this fiasco, Caesar feed" work a week on farms for which

and The Democrat points no editorial finger at -Cocoa Tribune the owners will have to pay them
anyone. But there are lessons for everyone in the regular wages for work performed

Incident: If you art having trouble with money leave In addition to the training allow
Any fire department official receiving noticeof some of It at the church where there Is also a ance.
the planned drill should notify the police, as problem. Educational phase of the program
well as his own department, at once; better two will be carried on In cooperation

or three surplus notifications than one at all. We should be gentle with those who err. not In with of Education the California and Department .
Any official of any organisation planning to will but In judgement. Sophocles. -

hold a fire drill should notify both the fire department Workers are to be taught "earl.
and the police department without assuming lure skills' besides picking skills
that someone will pass the word alone. The Suwannec DemocratOF so they can learn about growth

Any driver of any emergency vehicle should periods, quality of crops, tree Mother had
slow down when approaching a red light. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA pruning and ether jobs the imported foresight by saving 10% from each paycheck.

Every occupant of any vehicle, emergency or "1" the heart _/ the ......... Ricer. VdUf the put workers had performed In From this, her family
otherwise should fasten his seat belt before the enjoyed a home of their own _
motor Is started.Every BANNER Consolidated LEADER: and

driver of every vehicle should look both Mbhf4 Established Every 1M4 ThM August.dy 1S9T PIne Established* OMUMT flea Southern California's avocado college educations for the children. Such satisfactions -

ways on approaching every intersection no matter Louie gtetgj Industry Is reported to be threatened I their
C. Wadsworth. .... Editor & Publisher are own reward Mothers
how many traffic lights or stop signs give him the by root rot. I on Day.
Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Avocado production last year
rightofway.Folk Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager was M million pounds with cash
.County. Democrat-Bartow George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman Income to growers valued at 111

Second Class Postage Paid At Uve OakTFtortda: million.
Nature .ls rand to those who understand her _
SUBSCIUPTION'Suwannee County $ 00 The root rot Is caused by a
rules and obey her laws.
RATES Outside Siiwaru County $5.00 fungus which eventually causes
ALL: 8UBSCRJPTION3 =Payable la Advance e trees to die. Replacements can 1M
A power over a man's subsistence amounts to a planted only after soil fumigation
power cm his wffl. Alexander Hamilton. which doesnt always prevent new
MEMBER or trees from becoming Infested. COMMERCIAL BANK

n Is not who Is right but what Is right that Is Florida Plea Association cotaatnI Growers have appealed to th< -
Of Importance. Thomas Huxley I Bute for additional funds to combat IIII OF LIVE
BVWANNEE COUNT i the menace. They say the OAK

It you want to be highly recommended let Chamber of Commerce ('.'. .- disease In an of Is the present llate'amaJar and Increasing avocado LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

somebody else say the word producing areas.




(9f9A'lietted tb == Miss Shirley Jackson Mrs. Hill To Be Clubs' I Mist Barbara Eron WaJticorth: 1

Guest Speaker FridayThe

u.. Oak Wemaa'e Club I- :
will meet Frlela,. IS:3e. at the ,
WOMeN v club hoses .. Dnval Street for i if ii ij
the last meeting ef the year.
Mrs. W, R. 1IU1 from Branford -
:1 and district director, will
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor : ke the guest speaker i
,7 Mrs. V J. Smuts, president, .
urges all members le attend
Redbud Circle Name Officers For New.. Year this meeting. !
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The Redbud Circle of the Live White made four arrangements!
Oak Garden Club, Inc, met at of spring flowers grown by club Miss Bans Shower
the borne of Mr*. Donald Burch members Iwo x
Honoree Last WeekMiss
last Tuesday evening with Mrs The hostess served refreshments 1, + M
Dan Kartell and Mrs. PU McMll- at the clone of the meeting. Betsy Law Bass was honored f
Ian u co-hostesses. with,a miscellaneous shower
last Thursday evening In the
Spring flowers were placed at V h f fq'ly1
Golden Anniversary home of Mrs. S, C, Baas Jr.
vantage points in the home. ,
NSF A pink and white motif was i
Mrs. Everett Williamson chair-I To Be Celebrated used in the home for the occasion.
man, presided over the meeting Mr. and Mrs. J W. MlkeU Sr. The punch table was covered
The nominating committee turnedin will celebrate their golden wedding with a lace cloth the punch bowl
the following slate of officers anniversary Sunday after- was encircled with ivy and a bouquet -
for the coming year Mrs. DonaldL. noon, May 1$. from three to five of pink roses and tiered pink j
Townsend chairman: Mrs. Dan o'clock at their home Rt. 1, Branford b'a csndles was used for the center. i
Harrell. co-chairman: Mrs. J. L. I located in first district Dixie piece. ,
Long, secretary; and Mrs Vernon County near Dempsey'i Store. Refreshments of pink punch
Bales treasurer. Committees will They were married May 13. pink cake nuts and mints were t
include Mrs. Donald Burch. program 1915 served. Mrs. Pat Orimsley served tf
; Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr. finance All relatives and friends are Invited + rl, w the punch j
; Mrs. Dave McNelU flower to attend Mrs. Milton Paul Sumrell Sr,,
show; Mrs. Claude Crapps HI 7r., received the prise for the game f
garden therapy; Mrs M. A. Diana Lynn Scott played
OHtra. horticulture: Mrs. Lei The hostess. presented the guest 1
Mr and Mrs.
Jerry Scott announce -
Roberts publicity; Mrs Jack Oar- the birth of of honor her mother Mrs AlmaL.
rett. Garden Center; Mrs. Hugh a daughter 1
April 19. In the Suwannee County Bass grandmother and Mrs
Lewis dries; and Mrs PU Mc- Hospital. Carlton Byrd with a pink and
Mlllsn conservation. white carnation corsage
Theb abyw etghed seven pounds
Seventeen members and five vi- and ten and one-half ounces and 7 yl i Around thirty friends of the
sitors. Mrs. Curtis Koon. Mrs John baa been named DIana Lynn. honoree were present
Johnson Mrs. Randell Gardner The maternal grandparents are n The betrothal ef Miss' Barbara Even Wadiwerth te David
and Mrs, Phil Townsend' Jr. were Mr and Mrs. C. R. Bass and the Supper Planned! For Martin Gebk, son of Dr. and Mr* U T. a.... A.b"me. N. C.. kt
present paternal Mr. and Mrs Otho Scott. announced by her parents, Mr and Mrs Joel W.d..ortk, Scull I.Uve. .
Following the business meeting, Community Farmers Oak..
the meeting was turned over to Potatoes mashed: Sprinkle In A menu was planned for the Tile future bride U a gradaale from Bnwannee High. School.North .
Mrs. Donald Burch who In turn dill seed M you mash. Or season supper for all the farmers in the Florida Junior Collets and the I'nlverslty ef Florida with a
presented Mrs Jack White. Mrs with rosemary as they cook. 4 ) area May 13, when the Pleasant tlA. Degree In Fdnestlon.
Hill Extension homemakers Club
met at the Community Center, The orlde-sroom-rletl graduated from llamaden Dultooo Aee
draw, Zellweed. Ythralon Collet. Whe. .Un. III. with Ml Do.
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Mr. and Mrs Raymond Jackson, .' this. city, announce the engages 'urged to Invite as many men as gree and ls now attending the Vnlverilty ef Miami Hrheol. of ..,-
THREE BEDROOM HOMES ent II their. daughter. Shirley Ass to William Ilawty Yeager possible they were reminded that else
... ., Dr. sad Mrs. Wayne Tracer el VaUoota, Oa. ladies and children are not being Friends and relatives are Invited te attend' the. wedding al
Brick Veneer-One or Two Baths Mlle Jsekoon grs4aate4 tress Bewaanee lllch School and invited to this supper eight .',IeeII. Sine II, In the. Weolwood Baptist Church and the
North Fiends JenUr College and at present Is learning In Bran- The following agreed to workat reception following tko Hft......,.
FHA CONVENTIONAL the club booth at the Polk Festival -
feN.Mr. at the Stephen. Potter Memorial
FinancingSMALL Teaser IT..W tress RJvenMs Military Academy In May 1 fc DOW PAYMENT Gainesville Ga* frees North HorMa "Junior Cellege and plans te Chambers Mrs Leon Avery, Mrs Dem Skeetert Sho Gittin Bad. .
attend V.... .... State College I. the fall R. D. Ooff. Mrs. George II..., We make all Aluminum screens for all type win
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. The wearing win he an event ef .lane t..n""h al elshte'elerk Mrs. Fred Haas Mrs M, A. Ooff down We also have all Aluminum Screen doom) ,
al the CIa,..... Baptist Chart and Mrs A, R. Murphy also wood! screen doom.
SELECT YOURS NOW N. InvtUUons. are Wing sent eel all friends and relatives are After the business meeting, Mrs We repair all typed of aluminum screen.
Contact Invited.Coin Oeorg Ito gave an Interesting CALL US FOll AN KSTIMATK; TOR
demonstration on "How to Clean SCREKNS: OR RKI'AIRS.:
Last Society ...,.. The Jefferson nickel Furniture" Mrs lisas ls the
W. G. MULLINS [ Droigiu has been in use since 1931 and clubs "Housing" chairman
The United' States Mint cannot may be legally changed but of- Langford Builders Supply
change: a coin's design for IS flclals say the Mint has been too One sure way to classify people
Phone 362-2057
rears without Congressional apweval busy meeting coin shortages to U to watch what they do when llelvemton BU R.E. Phone 141-1171
the NaUonal OooaraphU switch to a new nickel detlin they donl have anything to do
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Statement of Condition as of April 26.1965r


i' loans & Discounts $3.720.932.08 DIRECTORS

FHA Mortgages IOS.562.2S $3,826,494.33

Overdrafts 6.964.2S

Ban Building,_ 4701.66 DONALD L. nuncu
Furniture & Fixtures 23.713.29

"The Friendly Flnt" Other Real Estate 13.817.77
I. C. CitArrs JU
Stock Federal Reserve Bank 16.500.00

United States Securitiea 2.3S3.170.75
r. CnAI'J'8. III
Municipal Bonds 478.44S.88

Cash & Due From Banks 1731344.22 4.S62.960.8S
$8,455,152.15 I
P. c. CRAPI'S. JR. .
Chairman 01 Beard

Capital Stock $1 SO.OOO.oo

Surplus 400000.00 Co I. JOHNS

P.RPn vent m Ufhdivided Profits .31.S83.70

Reserves: Poe ible Loan Losses 10000.00 R. Y. MOORt

A. P. Non. Reserves: Contingencies Taxes. Etc. 60.156.93 $7,6SI,740.63

T, E. ABERcnODlE Other Liabilities 29031.92

YJce..PrftWfIat Deposits 7.774.379.60


CubMr $8,455,152.15 DIRECTOR

IRENE C. III GSO N "Th Friendly First"



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System



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Seven Program On Tap, I __Was Happy Day Graveside Rites SAtirS SAIUS --

Annual Florida Folk Festival l 7
: ,. For Mrs. Green 4-5
.. ":" Big_brawny brainy- ploy strong! With

Scheduled This Week At MemorialThe "1\". Graveside services were held Pressure Control a new feature added to the Ad-

vanced Ferguson System for Instant
here Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: weight trans-
13th annual Florida Folk Festival will be under i p.m. for Mrs Roberta Green of fer traction with pull-type Implements new

way this weekend at the Stephen Foster Memorial at 1.w ) Daytona Beach. She was the Rapid Coupler for mounted toots ,new comfort
White Springs. widow of the late Jack Green who
and convenience new power In the
Seven programs will make up the colorful, outdoor died in December 1964 and was Interred 60 Up
event held annually on a shady stage overlooking the In the Oreen family lot class gasoline or diesel, See it, test drive it _

suwannee River. programs will take part In the festival; the talented -' here. soon I
be at 10 am., 1:30: and 7:30: p.m. English-Country dancers The Rev Charles Webb, pastor fl1 j
on Friday and Saturday May 7-8 from Falrhope, Ala., will make of the First Baptist Church of

and the finale la scheduled at 2.00: their first appearance at the Live Oak, conducted the graveside 7 "can't help haW YOUR* ALLBRITTON BROS.
pm. Sunday. Memorial and several popular rites with Suwannee Funeral mother did It. This II the way
Approximately 1500 persons will popular dancing and singing performers Home of Live Oak in charge of MT mother did If *
participate In one or more of the will come from the Georgia local arrangements. TRACTOR CO.
programs which feature folk songs, communities of Valdosta, Mrs Green is survived by two two qI

dances, crafts and customs representing Nahunta, Thomasvllle, and Tlf- j daughters Misses Jane and Valo- I]Richter brothers Cairo Frank, Richter da.; and Jr., and 215 W. STH ST. 362-2381
many nations and peo- ree Green, both of Daytona
ton.Among Florida communities to Beach.: a sister. Miss Mary Belle 1 Peyton f Richter, Daytona Beach._
ples.The Thomas Lee Boatrlght. farmer -
nationally-known Beers be represented by groups or individuals I
Family musical group will come at the Festival are Winter and school bus driver of I I

again from Petersburg, NY., to Haven, New Port Richey, Live I i this county, has reason to ... .. .- __ .n."O.A J'A For Sala-R_u al_ P._._,.....
remember Mar 3 for It was
on that date 20 year ago I (Jmttrtr 1P (l'Nl

that he was liberated from NITJ'I Branch Office

a prisoner of war camp In Ger SUWANNEE
NOTICE many. To help Boatrlfbt en- REALTY

joy stain the hills of that dsy. FOR SALE I Unusual Opportunities 407 Dowllng St.

a croup of neighbors and friends LITTLE ADS Farm Bureau Bldg.

Rev. James K. Miller, president of River- treated him to a surprise din BIG RESULTS FOR SALE Used Tire and, UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Phone 362-1528
ner.Boatrlfht. Tubes. Bargain for cars Large United States and Canadian WINSTON J. ROGERS, Realtor

view Christian Day School of Jacksonville, was a member of BUY-SEUVEXCHANGEWhatever trucks tractors. All size Hundred avail- Company In agricultural Specializing In Farm &Acreage
Some like new. and Loans
field urgently requires -
Company; E, 124th Infantry,
Fla. will be I the purpose. yea will to pick from. Barber' Service In this county for Crop etl
at the Suwannee County Agri- Live Oak's National Guard unit, find Democrat classifieds do Station. O'Brien, 935-3533. Also Service Department. Applicant
that entered federal service
the Job, quickly and welL available through your neighborhood must have recent agricultural
cultural Coliseum, May 10 at 8 p.m. to November 20, 1940. service station from background and be well regarded FOR SALE

DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Barber' Tire Service, wholesale In My store building and home

speak on private schools. Anyone inter- Last Rites Held 1:0' P.M. Tuesdays division cadj tf Position full time, or can be Building 33'X80'.
Home Six rooms, two tile bath,
ested RATE FOR RESULTS FOR SALE New and used handled at first along with your air conditioned
in private schools is urged to be LOW and central heat
pres- present farming operation. Successful -
'' Frier Music Co.. Nortt.
For 'Cheshire 14 cents per word with a pianos Best of construction. Priced low

ent at this time. _._.n', _, __..'_u _._ ......... .,... minimum of '1.0'. Ohio Ave. Live Oak 3112- 8caJJ U. .f-t._uup....w.applicant............Yncc._" _.can...W-.Y,11.UA expect 30 days possession.
runes erucell lur sons ., (AU classifieds mud be paid In Contact
weekly with excellent
J Cheshire 83, were held last advance.) oppor-
FOR BALE One M John Deere tunity for, early advancement JULIAN E. CROSSFOR
Thursday in the Wilson Chapel at
ONE WEEK FREE tractor and all equipment including In this area.
Lake City. The Rev. Calvin
last Classifieds ordered for fire power saw. Bargain Write and tell me about yourself BALE: Three bedroom
Pressley officiated at the
weeks, run the last week free. price. Call 362-2933 or 633743. Reply at once to John house, one acre land on paved
rites. Burial was In the Mt. Pleasant
Visit The Cemetery of Suwannee Coun '..00 will pay for a IS word eajj tf House Box 1105 Winter Garden road. "500.00. See or write
advertisement for fire weeks. ,Florida ccftl Mannle Hires Chlefland. Florida
ty. and Pioneer
Mr. Cheshire was born In Hamllton Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds chain saws-, parts and service. or phone U34448.pdJj

F R M FEED STORE County and was a farmer for Proven Results Logging supplies, hook, clamps, HELP WANTED 47-51

near the Wellborn Communityuntil bow, bars, and chain Repairfor
retiring 10 years ago. Since MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS most small gasoline engine. WANTED First class carpenters FOR SALE::
W. Howard Street_ LIVE OAK retirement he made his home in Tyre' Saw & Engine Service at U. 8. Post Office In Live Brick veneer home, located Sherwood .

Gainesville. He was a members of formerly Electric Service Co. Oak. George E. Jensen, contras Forest, 3 bedrooms 1 and
FOR GIFT OCCASIONSNEW the Baptist Church. 905: 5th St. Your small engine tor. Inc. Apply at job. We are H baths, electric heat age 5
Survivors Include two sons Leo- MONEY for your farm operations headquarters. cad U an equal opportunity employer. years, small down payment
ard P. Cheshire and Hood I. at reasonable cost Termsto call tf price 515.000, P. H. A. finance
Cheshire, both of Gainesville; 12 I fit your needs. Loans up to I FOR I BALE Frame house and available to qualified buyer.
LINE OF POTTERY grandchildren and eight great 7 years. Call North Florida Pro- 14 runabout trailer, and 30 WANTED Short order cook at
grandchildren. duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio hp Johnson motor. May be teen A & W Drive In. Experience 4 bedroom home 3 baths
"The Black Tea Kettle"For Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 363-2388.:
Pallbearers were Roger Dupree, C abe-tf at 117 Van Buren St. Call 3633403. helpful but not necessary Apply room, dining room kitchen
New Arrivals or The Teenager Wayne Cheshire Bert Williams eajj tf in person eaU tf good location, known as the
Stanley Cheshire Ronald Chesh- : Price Home", I IDr.
Fence Staples: 1 Lady to work soda
MUMSIn Bloom Dish Garden ire, and Richard Cheshire. Machine, machlneless, and coldratori lb.. lOc: 10 lbs., 95c. CUndIff fountain at A & W Drive In.UPN reduced to 513.800, terms can

ROSES New Root Garden Supplies City Wilson was Funeral In charge Home of arrange of Lake ---a hPTM-RIl' ant.,. r1M. Rrra-m,.. -Phnnn------ 3A3.3734.PdJl: 00"1 a...... .I.... ..........._......... .......II. .... be arranged
Stock, New Varieties Dahlia Bulb :: Annie H. Mills Myrtle l 47-51 I
ments. 3 I bedroom
or RN nurse for nursing home two baths nice
Trellis Ron Dust Gladioli Mills and Mary Drew FOR SALE Rose ,
Ruffled on Florida tot 54 JOO, cash.
e. -< K.\\....CU* .Pi..,,. ,. .... 'Y.\\-"L.__. .,. O"aaaenprrwanatta. '1I\.I1tI' Boatright. Manicurist Ruby recommended rootstock. Growing home, keep Included. Phone or _
: write Mannie Hires 493-4448.
Sanford at Annie's f
Potting Soil Dutch Bulb White Springs Madison Lake each Thursday In containers. Set any time. Chlefland. Florida. pdjJ 47-51 PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
Air Layer Kit One Lot Plant Sc City, O'Brien Panama City Lake- Friday, and Saturday.caal. .Priced to sell. After school and 406 8. Ohio Ave.

land, Jacksonville Leesburg, Wau- tf all day Saturday Willa Lundy CURB HELP WANTED NOW. Ure Oak. Florida

ANNUALS PERENIALS chula Pensacola St. Petersburg, phone 3621363. pdjj 48-53 Ages II to 40. Apply In personA e tfFARM
Brooksvllle, Dunnellon, Braden- via W Drive In. cost
ton, Gainesville
Tarpon Springs, paulllni, guaranteed not to leak WANTED Waitresses Apply'
MARIGOLDS HOLLY HOCK Besides the singing and dancIng MEMORIAL fJ- ;:' Otis Brown Motor. cdjj U Dixie Grill. eajj tf AVAILABLE::

{ AGERATUM DELPHINUMDIANTHUS there will be an unusually WORK FOR SALE One yellow floor WAITRESSES WANTED Must For Information, call or see:

; ASTERS large assortment of arts and length and one green ballerina be over 21. Apply In person be- PAUL A. BYRD
COLEUS crafts Items on display during DONE length formals, size 12. Like tween the hour of 0-13 ajn. at 406 8. Ohio Ave.

I I, the festival Granite Marble new worn only one time. Call Holiday Inn Restaurant. Lake Live Oak Florida
Phone 382-1311
I BIRD FEEDERS-BIRD BATHS Several Suwannee will have County items organizations on Phone 362-3333 362-3001 after II p.m no 49-50 City caej tf .tt

dlllplay,They are: LIVE OAKMONUMENT FOR SALE one 9 ft. refrigera

ROSES In Gal. Can,.....,...,........$1.50 The Suwannee Antique Automobile CO tor.Phone New and unused 8150. PERSONAL NOTICE FOR SALE!: House and lot

GARDENIAS ................ ......?............................ .97 Club exhibit of Live Oak will\ feature homer Sanford 363-3219. oejj 50-3 Rev James K. Miller president of 110' i 300' on B. Walker AYe.
an Rep.
of antique auto- J. O. Cannon at Cannon A
HIBISCUS In Gal Can. ................................ 1.00 mobiles in front of the FOR BALE 4 bred purebred Rlvervlew Christian Day Schoolof 3531817.
Foster Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone -
AZALEAS Calf Can .,....., 79 .....,.. 6 for 4.50 museum. PHOTO COLORING IN _I Berkahlre sow, second litter. Jacksonville Pta, will be at eajj tf

POTTED PLANTS ................................ .39 to 4.50 The Phlladelphlt and Pleasant harlea A. Taylor RI OIL t, Box Will sell or trade Call 362- the Suwannee County Agriculture .
Hill 2595. pjj 51 Coliseum May 10 at I pjn
Demonstration Club of Su- 188. Live
Oak Fla
FERNS, BEGONIAS, GERANIUMS, CACTUS Phone 3622293. to speak on private schools.
County will prepare and BABY TURKEYS
paJj 10-3 From day Anyone Interested In private HORNE REALTY CORP.
serve food for the many guestsof old to 5
up weeks. Will sell or
Phone 362-2155 Closed Thurs. & Sat. the festival. FOR RENT let out to be raised on halve school that urged to be present at BRANCH OFFICE
Mrs. Jack Lord Is Live Oak will Also have
at 1:00: P.M. have a display of her handcraft chicks on same goslings deal.and Call baby 362- deb 41-51 31* W. IlewaH It.

articles of cloth. A...nice-.....-house-for,-.-sale.--and- .a nice- .. 1837. call 51 --- tnPrl'... R twpqAas.elab
-tnrwuuui pmce lor rent trail -- JOB WANTED --- -- -- --
383-2933 or 083-2743. caJJ tf FOR SALE: 3-year old mare

FOR RENT with saddle ,:ZOO. Trained, SALESMAN top band, automotive Phone 382-16SS
Spaces for
Just In Time For WE HAVEMother' homes. Plenty of Nice teed gentle, fast Is a pet. Guaran specialist Industrial

and clean. Oood satisfaction Joe Hamlin commercial. Prefer sales to garages 20 ACRES
well water. Lazy 8 About 13 Mite From Live Oak
FORMALS Lake for fishing and swimming Telephone Mayo. Fla and service stations or Good Livable Hount Oood Wstrr
5 Day May 9 Mortan's Trailer Park US 90 794-3777. pejj 51-3 what have you. Have good pick Ill Mile Off BUU HUhwar
West Live Oak Florida. Phone FOR SALE: ... Indigo seed 35e Ib. up. Rt. 1, Box 95-D. Llvt Oak 5500 Down ISO Pw Month
FOR THE PROM 363-2018. pcfdj 19-15 Contact II. A. Curl. Rt. 1. Me- Fla. pbjj 51-53 Bell! Or Trade
Alpin. Phone
FOR RENT :3 stores 778-1431. 50 ACRES
I L NEW SHIPMENT April 1. at 328-337 W. Howard cajj tf LOST & FOUND 85 Acres In Cultivation

fit. the former W, I. Garner "" M Five Mile To Town
I Selection stores Contact J. D. Henry FOR SALE STRAYED: from my farm near Good Watcrhol

+ Ladies Hits and GlovesLarge I 363-3110 for Information.cbjj. Salvage and New Building Tiger Lai*. large red cow with Nice Building Site

::1 OF 60-51 Plywood Material Paneling nub Phone tail.342-Winston U28. J. Rogers caJJ 51 ,..000-- 1/3 Down

FOR RENT 3-bedroom house Intelor Door ISO ACRES
on 8. Suwannee Ave. Call Paul Exterior Doors
ALSO LARGE SIZES A. Byrd 362-1319 or 363-1357 Aluminum Window For Sal*-Real Eitat Three Bedroom Modern Bath

eajj U Lavatories Tobacco Aflotoent Corn Bur
For Graduation FOR RENT-One 2-bedroom Galvanised and Plastie Pipe FOR SALE Two 40 X 100 tots. Oood Location
Ladies Dresses and Accessories furnished house 604 N. E. Floor Tile Nol n and 14 on Louis Bird, Oood Farm Land
llalne Call Upholstery MaUrial. Etc Beverly Hills Estate: 5300 cash. $2400 23% Down
363.1634.PdJJ H. W. MORRCLL: Terns can be arranged for
Headquarters For MEN'S HUGE SUPPLY ..-12 Fw Mllw. Writ W Lake city qualified buyer n. B. Jet fotR. Have Several-Good HomM
O ........
". FOR RENT Reed Rt. 208,
Work Furnished apartment VUwntcwn. ic. X 11 In The 55000 to M..CIO Ranee
LEE and Drew close tax Call Mr. P. D. Phil 11-3 pdJJ..nTRAI1.IJ Terms Can B. Arrmngvd On Mad
HANES MeUullen. 383-3571 or 363-371 M
, BOOTS alter 5 p-m call U FOR SALK Registered Guernsey M 3 too.
Casual I And FOR SALE By owner.
: \
ii;: Underwear FOR cow, ,ISO.Male EngUah Set. LOTS cleared In Sherwood Fora*.
RENT By the week fo ter, partially FOR BALK
trained. '3$. '
:: Work Clothes AU Sizes Men' and furnished family parties cottage, a at completely Suwannre Choke tee pupplea.830. Bob 8 week Annln.old.TJA.Poin your OOTHDK 0000 TERMS.CITY (but Price Gloss ISM tn> 343-1044 180x 135'er, Pried write P.o.10..0.Box J'boIW 137.LrraOak .
I. Sprints. Reservation may be 8 mile west Mayo' 74-3375.37. PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor pdJj
We fit Them All ADAMS made In advance. Can 363-335. tOt & Ohio AYe.
POU 5153ISefceal borne
cajjtf Live Oak. Florid FOR SALE S-tedroflB
From Tub Phone 3 3 lag located 3 nflM from Ute OeX

TO Dad DRESS SHOES For The Men FOR RENT: 4-rootn furnish __ ....&.. at MCttaMa'a) ellA with 3 acre of land on 0. s.
J wdI
apartment with private bath highway pecan tree* *rp

and entrance window fan.Chlldren WANTED Dame for aalo with sleuth pom*. PAUL. ABYRD. .
: welcome. Call 3631074. set 3 to Sherwood Par. ......... 4M a Ohio
: bNtroon. ] 1I ba" Iv- Ave, Lire Oak. Fla. eaej U
Mattie's eaU U tat
i. Variety Store WANTED Electrical ....-. Repair carport rdlD1Dc room k tthes ,
FOR unity room, an ease aDd
RENT aroma furnished or new wiring. Refrigerator food MI a FOR SALE I* land
it house on Darrow St. Ideal foe repair Air conditioner, Urge lot. rood area 3 ...... OM Mock and en*
Corner Howard couple. Phone 363-135. part and Mpplfa Can BYRD, Realtor.. 4M ...... Contact lien Sttnmon*
+ and Suwa...... U.. O.k Flo.ida I 3O331 8. Ohio Aw, Live I InceU
ecu, $1.I *. eajj 50-3 Oak. Pie. WtoUvrwttdto 81 or call 333M -

'j". *JJI 11





Register Family Reunion At Wayfare May 16 DCT Students At Annual Banquet Largest Model Ever Lost Continent

The annual Register Family This will be the 18th annual The Unisphere symbol of the The lost continent that geologist -
Reunion will be held at historic meeting of the descendants who i -- -- 1h New Tort Worlds Fair \Is the call Gondwanaland sank beneath -

Wayfare Church Sunday, May 18 number Into the thousands. Average largest model of the earth ever the sea ages ago leaving

This old Primitive Baptist Church attendance has been estimated built exposed the Islands that form New :,

la located midway between Stockton at close to 1000 descendant I5i" a a Zealand

and Statenvllle Ga.. on U 8. Si Blocks of salt still serve as cur Sn
, Highway 129. Office( Supplies at McCrimona) .ency In parts of Ethiopia (School Snpplle at McCrtmon')


START .A_ COLLECTION TODAYYhtttertye NotIce Is hereby given that on the 28th day of May

e r J ; t 1965 at Eleven O'clock A.M.. at the Courthouse, at ,

Live Oak County of Suwannee State of Florida, tax

Lisa Id sale certificates will be sold on the following described :

A land to pay amount due for taxes herein set opposite [

11 the ..met together with all costs of such sales and all I

r,4 advertising.DoorrlptlM! .

,:: : : of Loud *...T....*.. Air, Owsw Ax*, a e....
Th. an" of 1It:14: of
JiI14 A I A I I.. MB Cur
.t NKy .1 5E N.InsIOnCaWCIIr1 I

: N a I It 1 11 It K.....'. n. T. 1111,11AI..1e..11nN'SIC
( r1t .
% i P Qnr 11111 It a Its N III
P1. W I" n. II 111 Pt.
h' 1/I11Ptltd5U,
It. I. L.t. I a .
v' 1...: t.I. :. C.Ib : j
I.... a ,_. LN .. N..
,..... Alo. A Lot 111 .
11.1 n Is IW c.. .t CIA
11 w.m...... 11 1 \I M.I..... L .. dr. 111,11All
1110 .t IK4 .t aW\4
1.1.,.. S ..t 5T. II' A
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't\ f. C AItltl. ..N1u'-'t ..ts4
\ .; 1 ,. Is/ a: .1 PI. .,1. It I II 111 "....b. Pnd r: fI OSNy
':' +14 .1 IW4 IS IS 0.1k,, A. 111IK
; : :: .
.. !tII / 11 Carr.,. Mott a 111.K4
..', ...t NW\ ., Nit" 1 1 II II r_..... M..r. .. Salt
....... Iloll
+ ; F II4 S II IS .L S.M'I D.
e w.1 K44.5 NK4 1 I II II r....,. ..'V S. NN ,
DCT students at SSwanneliyh School post foe a group abet after their eanvvet but. Th.n- pw4 II 44 Ir..s... S.h.r1 D. 11.11 .
!I'f' Wt :: :: : Sl ItIK4
; \ t' '> day night The han ,aet was given In the High School eafetorium and wa presented fee the benefit NW+h IT I 11 II III IC.rv.r"...,.. n.M..5 L. 5. 1111K

; of the employers and parents ef the ilndrnU. Lex Roberta. head of the DCT program at Rnwaanee NW I.t w'4 n : 11 II 111 IS f.::::: M.Mwt,'I N., A ".,,, ISIS laK4 /,

High School la In the far right earner ef the photograph Democrat Staff rb.,.) .1 NK4 II II IS Cs M.P a. .41sN4

NK4 It.r"t .u I/I, : :: :: C Con.. :: 0.M.rp I.. I. A NNI. 11.11 sat

Con N. U1ca. 'w" ..... 1 A._ In. NR I :
Funeral Services ._ taw loss r.... II \I III ('a.,... n. 1. 11,11NW
4 11 1 IS ITS C'...... Mot a. "II.,.. Ill 44IW4
RCPOMT .. II uwAw.. .. o. I. 11111
Do.P. THE STATR OP r to" ID A. AT TNR CLAM OP RDMNtM OriAPPIL 1 .t are 14 1 IlK 14 1/ 5 at It I... ..' a Ire.. ....
Sunday OP THK CURKINCY UNDKR UCTION Ills, U. 1. RRVISRD WN et 515% II. 44 lie D.M.11. r.r, A Cs.el. 1151t
STATUTES .W 14 II III ...111.... a..1 a ...... /III
I" lIt IK4 1 S \I II CwIU".. I..., .....

Jack Smalley Cut .Ia.. wits Nhw ....... ...AULTS.... "... 1.51S..II...... 1 1.40IINWA1. S's, I...... ......".. MIss1I. III.... .....

; : : .t ouk.Iks .. .... ... .... ........?... .... 11,11 1144.11 A..... .Id. .t
Funeral services were held for v... = O..r.. ,l .1i..tI.., .i"el o f N14 A NK4.t
Albert D. (Jack) Smaller. Sun .... .... .............. .... (....."..,. N\-:' I,...- C.s.t..pN
Okllotlooi of suu.lid ollllMl. * IS. II 1 It II Pre... 1.1 D. Mrs. 11.1'
day afternoon at 3:00 p.m. In the Mot of our ro.or.Ml .... "... .... 111,111.11I. y1.1., IIIIsLP. /It /br
Oiddem-Orlfflth Southwest Chap. -.. sod ...,. (Nl ft sat n..n..l. :::::. .:: :::: 1,111u IIrl..d ".. "W 1'... It 1 It 11 AIII.. ..S. 1.1Ia 1. 1 ........ n.It

el (In JackmnvlUe The body wa Olkor u..u MU .: .... .... ...-,-,........... :44.44111:: : NK4 11 ;.1"11'/: w 1.I.urn.. A Nrht Nstd.

taken to Llncolnton Oa. for Interment TOTAL ASSETS .... .... .-. '" ........ III.ISL44n..u1 : 'S A I.....P 1 A st 11. 1 1 It It a- I.- 11.115W4
In 8t Luke Cemetery LIABILITIU. : : t:. IS AIi
there at 1:00 MondaySmaller 4.MlU of toJI:....*.... ,oortoonkMw' lid M> **.*,..... .... I........1... .. t 11. a It It ynw. I.t.. 1111
: pm Tim' o4 M.l... 4Mll *( Idlvs-.I.. korto.nklo. :: Lies. .,
I NW 16
died Saturday In a ..4 oor orilo.* .... ..... .... ..... ..... 1.111.11111 A IS haw,
', He born DOOO.III ...... ......'O..w.w..t .... .......,... .... ?_ .?. .... 40,44111 N\" St NWI6 : : 11 : 19. 4 ll:' 15./1:::
G, f3 Jacksonville hocpltal. was t>.o..ll. W ..,.. M4 poMMnl tnk KloHmiDOVMII .... .......> .... 111,11.11 141% 1 NW4 I... A4141St1N1
In Llncolnton. da, had lived In of ...._. : \: 1Nw1
Jacksonville for 30 and priorto C.rtNNod offloor.' tkokt, .... .... _........_ ....... u....... IS 1 It It ""....... O. O. ILlAP.
yean TOTAL DKrHwin ........ .... ....... .... itmmn I Ls.d d. I" DP14NR4
that lived in Live Oat where hewas (*l ,.... ..M1 -- _. .... ........ ......lit HIM In .. tl It 1 vans..d. P. I. Its .....
Ik I Total .* lid Mrlo.* "< .. ||,111 III.|| .,. 1 NK4
manager of McCrorr1 and In 01.... L.IUIUSI. ...... .... :.. ?.... ...:,.,, 14,441, n "Ira. 101 1 ....... .... It I It II C.'M', killo W. ... all
Sanford where he was also man
acer of UcCrory's. lie married the :TOTAL UA.IUTIU .. .. ... ...-"" I.ol/11.11: N141N14aIIAA...... N .141. .t I.4 ..1N54
CAPITAL ACCOUNT! lIa 11 P III It. II It.,...., S W. II.r.......
former Miss Lei* Edwards: of this 0...... .U.k_r .hw *** *kr. II.. *. ".. ."..1 ......
city who survives him along with No ...._ ...>..... .... ........ I MlNo. NW" ., Iwo 1
*korM MlU.4lo. 1(11 94 11 It 114 A...._. .M" 1115I
I DELg a daughter Mrs.. W. B. HoltowarIt. Total Mr MhM '?' ....- .....:: ...>" .... ...... ,........ P. 1/ Char .1 5Wu15..aS..N
ea a 55,51,1 .. .... .... 1.,111.11I1.dlnd.d ,
; Bennlng. Oa.. a son. RonaldTaHaha "' "' 1CI
prlKs : :: : :... : :: .. .. Stilt 10anw. II 1Ch... S 1 I'h. W
l Me. his mother, Mr*. W .. : : ::: : : :.. .. .. ISIS, CS 1'I. ,yIP, LisI
I.1 : t.
M. Smaller. Lnlco>nton: two bro TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOtTMTS .. ... ... 1 MIT4III )15. P:III etC M II 1 II 1 .. A.... (1,11,
then. Charles and Jim Smalley.both et
WHEN YOU nun ER8V I of Ltneolnton: two aUter TOTAL LIAUIUTIKAND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS IMlTTiirilI. : i IA.S5nr./W4, 1 PW4 II 1 II 1 "....._ ".. a ..N.ay .
All EYES FLUTTER Mr*. John a-t..... UnvtbtU fokoi *, Wtntoo. OO.-.F. *M .a.4 "3\ ... .e .. sa4 1+ Ilk, .SiUI1" .. 15.11
i and Mrs Fierce Justice. Waahlniton. tkU mill of MO.IUO U in s;.t Mrroft N ik* W.I of mr ..:t.-n.'I'l: 4.yr II S It I" Lour. T...,.. 1.51
.."*." ".... P. Wlwtlo. Ilir A.m: I.... M DS II/ t
'And"you"any flufl.rbrwhen yore wearing a D. C.: and three grandchlldim. Wo. tk- s.Mn4s.dlae.r.. lllxt Ik* OOTTMIOOH ml tkk> roort of Mo I tlin' r 111. II I Ie 1111 o."..t C..IM S. 11,11NV4
lid oWloro Ikol N k.. 1..u o.als.dt s. **4 t /o11..r Is..I.II. ookollof < e
NI4I .1 NIII16
sheath at slim and cool as this anal Adjustable I* .... ... 1wnN. : 111 I Ie II ..... I." A
P Croo*. it, UrlrtAw
self.belt with real leather tabs. Airy, corwertoble Tlia'nk o f j.k*. /M
Card Of .. ..
Mrt.lll.lot TAX SALE (Continued Page Sid
with collar Pt- on
collar. Goy floral print tucking on We want to thank each one for --- -- -- --- -- --
bodice and pockets 65. Kodel polye-ler 35% the flowers cards food visit I

cotton In taupe pink and blue. Sizes 1020 half love prayers and and sympathy other shown pre-4ons/us durInf of. I

sues 12V>.22Via the Illness and the death of our

....- _.. $10.95Other loved one
The Family of

Mrs Pearl Ifarrell

1 a

What the world needs today are

Styles Begin At $5.95D ens.million of honest, average eltls g


WEST HOWARD STREET One-eyed automobOes on the
P R E 's
U LIVE QAK FLORIDA hla-hway record help to produce the Meldent -

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Mother's DayWe ;

Have Just The Gift For Her .







Washer, Dryer, Refrigerator or Freezer Let a Dodge Polara move you devilishly up I

SERVICE Is Our Most Important PRODUCTKIRBY'S in class without moving you up a bit in pricel! |


U. S. 12* Needs UM Oak fWUnJURSDAY. n

W. HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-2678

._. .. ... ...".. "w..v""'r,se. a 1;Au.IrMOMMN III'1i.III' sow........ 5.:, ""91 IKlRy ,:w l.'. .. _ _- J ,. it



Social TAX SALE (Continued From Page Fin) D.r iptlo.. of Lend S..Tw.RAir. 0.... Awl. A CHIC Dssrltla..5. lad s..T....... A.. 0.... A aoL A C..
Security Lot. 11, 1$4 Bill 5 1ALotMI4ofSLRdS
Drlpl" sl Lad s..T..It. A.r. Owa. A.t. A
of ..W4 blnlf l ofat Cwts5W4 Sod Add, II I II BIIL 01. B.U .0.8. by Duos.I N b, L -

Awy. A All NW\4\ 0'IIW4 Gtr 11, $5. 1A OT Blk .0. 50 2 11 0 Bor.. G..... G. I. S
AnswersEditor' \ 1ln. .0' RR/RW Ind Add. II II Hllt Mary 1.t. $111Lot. '.U, .....

of SAL 1 A II 5 14 14 Brown Ottl. 11.11 '0. 11. W 1Pt, II. Lot u D.. I. DB PP P 104 .I I II 10...... La" 1,11

Bar St Int.r 0' Hwf on W Lot 14. 051. H. I". It B.. .t MW Cor 0' .Ibert
.Id. 0' 8E4 of IIW4 0' S Lot /1 BIk 4 MU Houston Lot S ron .

( Note: These questionsand 5..5 Run SIIFt.SIOOPI50FlWtoW: dnth'I Add. II 1 II Kinard. aO.. S I.P1IIoe 10." 2174 Pt I1//Ft.N
Gtr 7 a 5 Bill N Coli.. no 15 W 141 Ft wFOB.
answers are compiled by Wll- 0dt. 0' 8E4\ 0' IW4\ a II 1 11 Iohosos. 4. A Tt.u DB III P 00 I/ I II Bro... CIte.I" A Viola 7,11BapP0VSI10hI
slam M. Eanes, District Manager N to P05. D. In DBII. Ot1U; II."
P 14. $9 I It II' XcLea". G. B. I. 1.11 Lot 1 Bill 0 .
of NI Grof Sew Stun
for the Social Security Admlnis I Aeres on N .Id. of RALRR H.Itht.' II 1 11 John.on. 4. J. Thom.. W Ill Pt, SIIIPt.I" !:
tratlon at Valdosta. Eanes Invites .. .... In DB /0 P OllllnsHdnht. 1,11 N II II
Lot Ii JOI F.. 110 Ft to FOB 1 4 T..6 1a.1e T//
100 10 1 It S Coop.r I. W. S Doroth. 100.0 Bill B Coli.,.
So, .1. Pt Ill Pt NI
readers to mall their questions to n\\4 ft' SE4 S All NS4of : 11 1/ Pratt. 80.0.01 10.11 Cot 5514: S run'wf 101Ft.

him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, SE\4 Lylnt S S W 0'UB Lot- I Bill C. Coli... 1155 ..t. E 20Pt.

10 so S It 10 Brown Ottl S Iles 11.11' II 1 11 MrMotlw P. D. (Hubert N 101 Pt to FOB IS I 11 4 Asd.rnos aob..
Qa. Please do not mall your In 1,11
B... 100 "t. N of 8W Cor .... E"Un 1 I. t
Bill or Lola .
quirles to this ) 0' 8E'4 of NW\4 CNOR. Lot 51 8111 C. Dlllo... Add II t II I.
paper. n. idler I. ........ Addl
Th.n. Run 1!: $00Ft W..n. : :ion.
QUESTION: When a man N 110 F' W 100 Fe. L l'dl S 4 Bill D I...... Lt.1t.L///Blk1 17 1 11 II.Le.' .. G. B. Jr 11."

leaves a 45 year old widow with S 110 to POB ORB I P Lot 1dBlk 0 Gu PisII I 11 Davis. Mary 5s/ 10.1$ N.1.a Additlos. 17. 11 ...te... G. B. Ir. Serb"
III $0 I It Bronlnn. O. E. 5 Fbr.nee I 11iA I. 10
out any children Is the lump sum Slob.I d. .111. C t/.!{ .
1.. 15.11 II 2 11 1....
RII y. E. Lots 4. I. 0 Bill 1 Mslwm
..... Corof Lo / Bib H Lo. 1 10 PL
death payment all she will ever IU It. N 0' .W 17
Addition 1 11
ss G. 8. I.. S Prl.
slab.I Add.
BE4\ 0' NW'4 thmroran II I 11 "
BaU... 'Inll 11.
get from his social security? I!: 100 Pt. 1'1' 160 Ft. LobAdo.1 S 1 Bill P .1... .' of E4 874 of 5411. u'

ANSWER: For the time being. W 100 Ft. S no Pt to II I I Holman. Call1..I E... 71.11 'tW % : I\4.:\ II 1 IS II' Hu... W. O. Jr.

yes. But later she can get monthly POB DB III P "I $0 I It 1orn.r. Hubert C. G. 5Dore 17.71 Lot Lot : m, :. Slab.Slab., Add.Add. u 2 : II II Tlllm.n McCoy.1 1 'Eli.ab.tS Llul.' Rot.. 41.01 45.00: 8.. st SW Cor of lw II 11.11

payments starting at age 82. B.. .t ht... 0' W Ile. 0' Lo I S N4 Lot I Bill R S rn NI: alone HWY
R451PLnfIW4nfNW Slit.I '. Add. II I IS JOOO F., tb.... 11'....
John Jr 11.10
QUESTIONThey're: always Lot 1 Rill .... P.rn.lI. ward to NW' Cot dSW4
'4 S 8 Lln. 0' 51Wof T. III. Add. II 1$ Holmes. Catherine Sot..0I
sending some kind of card with St. Rd. No It S RunS Lol'dd 4 S I Blk T 81.14.. of IW4tbwt5\
.00 F. II: III Ft. N 'oRd 1. i 10 Hol.... C.thrin.I.L 11.10 abut. Sa Iin. to I'OB.
my check. It Is harder and harder DB n P 117 01 11 It Mun1 W. O. Ir.
R/W Th.n. W to Lot7 BIM I V. Sto. 1 11.4.
: : And.ysea ....... S 011I. 1.11 WIj 0' W4.f0014of<
for me to cOllie In to' see about POD $0 I It Itorllor. I... S X.rJorl. II." NLotIBit W2..
them. Couldn't I Just telephone to A Iq. In NW C,. 0'NI4 :'10 F. 81.t.. Add 21 1 11 Willi.", .. .....Uner III Iwo II I 11 1T......I..,. Jut M. S m.
: 0' NW4\ DB lit I Bill W. .1.14'. Ills
what do with them? 11..t"t. wit 0' 514 of 51W4 t 11 II Aable,, C. P. Xre.
find out to
P In 1 It Modern Homes Cons. Co 111." II 1 11 Willi..... J. ..... .W4 0' t .
liE" 11
4. .
E% Lol Hunt. Tho. Irvin .
ANSWER If have a A pore.I 0' land D.. In I 81. W. .I.t. .17
you question 144 of IfW4\ I I 11 It .
Hu. W.
Add. o. I.. 14.11
DB II' P 111 S 0 14 C.rv.r. Smooth W. SAlso. II I 11
.nt. -th. S 8la.o1. NW \\4
not We can 11 11 110 Hoed. W. O.
why telephone. I..... B"E eww. .... Th.WNPtof5of Ir. 11.1.
usually help without Eli: 0' NE'4 0' NW'4 f. l$0 Williams. I. A. .Ul W} Lot / Bill W .let. ,
you your '
Nwit.4N14\ : 0' 1454 11 0 11 ..
dd. 1. Wllbar G. 5 Mori
A p.rc.1 l 0' .lend d... In DBU' .
having to come in to see us. I' .11 10 I 14 C.r".r. X.nn..h W. S Lot./BIb X. .,.te'. Ad. 1 1 1 1/ P..1... 3oh Rob.rt. Jr (Co.bUS $1.11 c.I8.wtp. ..!If. 'n.......

QUESTION: Who has to pay asharecropper's AII.n. 1,118W4 It. Prl.t S JobnBIb Iii of 114" 0' IIWI4 of Till
0' U$. L.. Loto 5./O
nl. ) NW4as4of1W4.4\
social security on sold. 10 1 14 II Brown 0th. 10." I IWI40 Z Le.. N 140 n. '
III.te'. Add. ORB 11 554 of NW4 10 I 11 1. Baldwin 1..lta I. ....
his part of the crop? 0' NE'4 S Wli ofW4 Pd All NE'4 of HE" lint Wof
ANSWER: The sharecropper ft' 8E" a W4Lew II W.ra. Slots Jr, S II.. 1M F. W ..ferne.
NF.' o'.NN II 1 It 400 Brown. Ottl. 159,2$ Hest. '.11 .. 0' ACL R.. I I..
I I4ofIW'4 Los s
S64: of of /BIb A. Add to NW
pays his own. Net farm Incomeof NE4
150 "t ... W .Id. 14 .
.n. $5 .
$400 or more makes every NW\ I: : 14 14 :g Brown' .,.Ottis 111.5 $. M. .1.11 GDi I B tot S I II "t 1. I 11 ...... Girl" 45,41 Iwo W14 of.f NE\ .f S NW\IS ..4IWy II 11 It .Into.Flaldi.Henry$. I. I. A D1Id. ties 1.1$

farmer liable for payment of sel Lon. E.,. 11.11 Lots I.B S 1.5 Bill 25or Slit
Iii 0' NW" G..t/IA a Lot In n 1Iq. ,le I II .. Baker. I. .. h. 02.111 ...
employment taxes.QUESTION to M' 1 NW of III: Cot of Bill 10 NW R IIq I" .W Cor 0'
d'i f liE" 0' IW"%, DII II'
: The Internal Rev- 554 5 I In 5of DI. II 1 11
BInbl.y. I. H. S c.lh..I" 41.00 P
NE\4\ 0' IW'4 11' 11 11144 Mllla. I.m. K. .1.10 L I ot Bill G Robla.on. III 4 11 I Crol'.. loh",," S Assl.Rol. .

enue Service wrote me that my social NE4 0'8E" 11 5 1/ 40 Recd. WIlll.m Mod.S Add. $0 I 11 ...X....... Joie B. SLot <0<........ 11...
security numbers seems to be N..a ThoP1lton S Co..L Co.) '.11
S Bill A. Hildrtb. Bap .t NI: Car of NE4\ .1
S I. D. Heckles eo...
I have used this numberfor JIIW\6\ atoe IIll ,.
wrong. Adel.
B... .t Ih. Point when. W II 1 11 B..r. "ono'la' 11.10 W
years. I lost my card, but I'm IIn. 0' R/W on 81. Rd. I TI II 0' Lob I S t 11111 $00Ft.NIllrlI:
4t .oc... Sa. IIn. DI- C HII..lh Add. DB If P I" Ft to POB 7 4 II 14 Milk,, H.. 11 S. ..... LN
sure the number is correct. Tell IU IWMo. IA/s/ NI: Cor
rlddntw 11 S .0 Srunninn II 5 II D.... B. W. .WIII_ In f... N e h f.
me how to get this straightened 11' lont S...
X. S Ins .
I: Srow. 11.1
IIn. ill fl. II IIO ft.Chine. Lob II S II Dill I. Hu.... 1 .h..h f 1 11 111 Wllant. WUI.... A. fl."
out.ANSWER run E: to 11' lie.of h"i Sub Dle. DB II NWIO4 of C..r .4
: By all means get i a R/W 0' St. Rd 4Ihonei :: : II 1 II Wahlotbe ,0....... SLot it IW NWNW 4 O MW\4\ II 4 II I Il IeW., Ia,14 ....
4 II 4 11 ..
/ run N .srdlr : W. I. S LlIIIac .1.1.
duplicate social security card BIll I C.rroll HwmN.lHole. 1IICS Et4 NW4 S Nit II
lone said W Ile of 51WSt. t/ I II .. Mw
,. .
from your nearest social security _Rd_ No I'OB. ORB Gin...11..II. Bill 122. C.,. .11I"j.W4\ D' .NW\\4 11. 11 011 5.5t1 1.s. S Iola. ".If
10 I' ITI 10 1 14 I Mill. I...... roll nuts. 18 1 -
office. Copy number and K. 1.11 45 Holler. 1.1. 17.11 NWK 4DII II- .'
your IW" 0' NW'4 S NW4or Lo, .4 Bill III, C..roll Add. IS I 11 Corry Chrletopher SLot. NwItdNW4Lots P II 4 II 11. C_ H. I. Itc& fUI
name exactly as they show up on II6!:\ a N 10 Ft 0' C..lln. 1'.17 11AAero.s
7414 N1t lylnr W ofBt. 4 S I Bill IV Carroll lids S Lea.
this card and send this back to
Iti: Add Iii AI. JeW Cor 011
4/ 1. K 111 Ft 11 i 11 0.... tdwsrd 4. I."
the Internal Revenue Service OR8I I' 1/ 10'0 ifill.. I.m.. It.11 Lot. 11. 11. 111. I'. I' 1 P III II 1114 Wi..... Willl.w 4. 11.114
They will correct their records i It 0505!: 0' 054!: 10 1 14 /0 Glboun Only S Ontbn 10,45 1/ 1S 11 11111 IV Cot' 0' NIIi II II It 1l1e.."..... I. O. S .
Nli of Nw4S8E4ofNW4 \ roll Add II 2 II Holm. 0..1' W.
Iddis S M..lay "/ 11,511.i.
14 of UI4 ..... 1 4 'ul-
necessary. 11 4 II 120 Gre.r, Mory I. (A. O. 5 ...1.. 11,71
QUESTION: Suppose I don* ......,.. P..L H. ,.. Lola 1 S I111k /1. Rau / It t II U .."D'..... II.a.... 1. SWi4

S A. ... Derby I "..11NW'4 Add II I 11 reap. Qo..s Eeter $" lI.ft
even make $400 a year on the lit- "IIWI4 0' 1f1'4 1 I 11 It.rk.srysllt.
01 NWI4( S NE'4 Lot 1 Ilk 11 II..t"o" II 1 u Wits.. L..... S Do... II ''i.WeI. c. S.
tie I have have 0' NW \4 S W4 of .
farm or $600 or thy /Inls S tint.Drowdrl .1. 5.11
NW4\ 0' I'll' !:" 14 4 II 100 C...... Ru..11 C. 71.41 II." UI4 ., fill'4 1 I II .. rleh.... B. ,....... B.
over gross income. How will I get We4 0' IIIi: 0' SW\4\ of hog ".1 Bill O. 11" 0... t. 1 11 II S V F.rsilsn C. 1".71 __ .....
enough credit to draw social. security NW\4\ 0 I I/ 10 It.m..,. Jobs B. 1,01 Th.N40PtLotiiIlkP E'' .f 1"14 of U\4\ 1 I II tMcSCoOo..N... I

? Lol. I. e. 11. 11. 11. 10 S Liro Oak II I 11 Sohoflald.. M.sriae' R S .Fr.u. IMsryI h.u.

11 BIk North E..tu. ,....... ...... ...C.I..... ....
ANSWER: You won't get any w'nn.. H.lhtr 11 1 $$4 Loybrt Ho.., Smith S Lol I N.BIk.U. Lla 0.11 II 1 11 Elliott e:".. .... I.... N4 51S54d514.IWt4' :of HII4: : S IW4: "d
Lot. 1 S
E. L ".U I5.Blk.U Ltdo
social security credit. When you Lot. 11. I17 Blk 1 North 0.11 II 1 11 Illbtt .a'", S PIe 11.11 5 M54 .. NW04of
M, earn less than these amounts, i It Soot 8u..... H.Ih''. I' I.. $ryet, Mrs. Ou.n R. 1,12 Lo,. 11. II 17 Bill 5 Bill 5145W4.4NI
would seem that farm does A lot b.. 04 F"oNIin. U 1.1". Ooh II 1 11 CaI.. Ilk, I. 11." .t SE4: S I IIII D.sthl I....... Q.
your 0' 8.. 10 W 0' RR Gb1.15ISib/Lo.. S ".rr D. ".11
not provide your chief source of R/WAroe, S$01PtWl..hal AG1$0Ft5IIIFtI. I4: 0' 5w4 I 11 It J..tri..err......

income. Since social security li In* land 1'1' 101 Fta DB II' P .". Lt.. J.k II 11 II..... 0th. ....11 S I.".... ".11
I : to I'OB. Dl 515Pti 10 1 14 II' Smith 11'.1. S 1f..I. R. 11.00 54 Lot f Bill 40 Lln 0.11 II 1 2 Williams. Fallen W. .14 14: 0' NI4:\ 0' Nw4 I II 5. ...lrl.L ...., Da.
tended to replace in part your Lots 1 S 4 Bill 4 O'Rrl.n. 10 I II Lowla ..r.. R. E.L 11.0' N4 Lot f Blk 40 LI... 01011" I 11 Lee.. Calh..I" 1,51
earnings which lost by death Lol. 10. 11 S II Bill 7 Th. E. 100 Ft 0' W $00 Ft 114: 0' U4\ 11 I 11 4/ 1IIp. 5sdy 11.11.

are O'Brien 10 1 1/ Lowl.. M... R. II." 0' Lot Bill 40 LI". 0.11 II 1 11 W.Idos. I..... S E.... N40 Lo,. ISS5 (14
disability or old age $400 was 1 A In A Sq. In .1: Coo of Lea II." GI 1 1/ I 11 U' "' '' ._ Dell S.

\ thought to be a reasonable yearly IlIt\4\ 0' HW"%, a ,h. IC: M 1Pt of Lat Ilk 1/ Q-.t. .....
110'" of NI4' : of .Wit.'O I 11 f.11 Ibfford A.I. .... ..... LI., 0.11 II S II HI....... I.'... L. Stdltk VII .f V" L.. I' A..

amount to start from. Just as ttvwage A oral \ I land d.o. : Y. f W. C. D.wa.Is Let.4.N 1.4 n ....._ IUY. 1 1 11 II' Pball... I. MoS, .....
ill P Al.. known
UmVU for credit set at soPe S ... I. Dobl.11,11 .
were .l' No, / a.ItA 51..5 Lot IS F. IC W. 11.00 HI."...... /i I J ,. ........h. .
I. .
! .
.... ,.
\ .I..J yS ..
t&O per calendar qua,.?. L.t. S .. : a'nrNysnford ... ... ; mU .... ... --.'" ,, : :: = -- 'AA" !, 11.7.
wNIY "i'tT.-c1 00. : .
.. .tI.
11 1owned... Broi A. '11."i i IS I wiK': ;; I: P. I.5.r. P .. WI __ 0a
1 Lot. 1, 1, 0, 4 5 I Bill 2Nr.nford .. 0.' 50 Ft S of SW Cm c...Iles Js"a. .
11 II /mlth EI.. .S Ruby 10,11 L./51SnsN115 Pt.511t.SIll a.. 11.41
114 F. 0" N .Id. Lot 4UIII : FlWII W 111 'L Let II. Las

SubscriptionsSutcannec 11. Branford 11. 11 .Ichofbld Xu.l.. R Ft Poll t part of 2rt.. 5e 5 MW C .

S VI""n II 4.10 Lot ; Ilk l [ 0.k i/ 5 II Plowni00. I.... I I.... R.wssw M11..4. lab
A p..1 0' land fronUnlfan tin. DI. h. Add 1 I II ......... Dsal1P P. 11,11
Democrat tunnn.t A run 10Ft Lot II IIlk 'I. Un J.k i/ S II ,....k..... 1.11I. 1011 ..., st.NW C.r.f .... 00thus. ..
115. n. I: ISO
1 thwrs 1t: "I. 0 10FR Tb.N1//PtofLtIRlb

W U Pt In .W Cor U Lt... 0.) $4 1 II ........w. .,1"... S. ... L. 11.1 .Pt., N ..OIC 111P 204
Listed below are new subscrlptlons Lot I Bill 11. Branford 11 1 14 Colllno. W. ... 111.0 LotIDIk71Lu..ALo1 Lot FOB 1 I II c... T..., S EUchMII ,1.1
Lot/BIk/I.Los. NIIPL I/IFtNS55555Pt 1S.wcn_ H....
and subscriptions renewedto or what info of Lot I. ISWInNWC..S 1.540 1.4D1.. led A... 1 1 II Perelal Jobs L S It..h.

the Suwannee Democrat from rolled the 8 U J't Lot 1 Lao Lot II' Ft IaWIS : rye
April 23 April 30. Bill 41 Sanford 11. 11 Lceq..,. Lonolo. .1.7. FtNS5DC254p 14 d NW44 S "Ii ., I5W4

Wto Lots 10 5 N4 II Bill 0) 111 $4 1 II 'Mon.w. 1,1...... S. ... L. II." -\I."II.. W
SUBSCRIPTIONSO. Branford n 11 MId-It.t. Homes. In'. 50.11Lot. Tk.N111P1.fLtlBIY C..4 % 11 Ii lit Platt. ,. W. .
Nelson St. Ann Mo. 1. I. I. 4. I. 0 .0 f Tu.. 0.11 0R5 2 P : .. NWIt N MWii S. 00114

I I Bill /1 8..nlo.d II' 11 L"r. I... P. J,. 11.11 111 II 1 11 ..IIe... A_ S ....m. .Uf .Ift .. 5114 11 II I" 'lcl" I. W. S A._ .....
( RENEWEDMrs. Nit Bill 101 Irsrford II 0 II Ion.. Ello. ... S B., ITIPtI.fNWC.: 11ft. MW4 d .Wt4 II 11 II I........ Ya. N...

Jack Lemons, St. Peters m.1I .. ..... Lot I BIb TI S s1 0 1100
11\4:\ 0' NI\4\ Lo.. 0ARIS 1/1 r't'roN.l: Wlft d 'w4 If II $0 $0wa.ds 1:..., S
burg Eli o"W" o'NS" II II It .. I. 0. S Ft. 5.0.45.
Mrs. Corrlne Law L. O. nor .5.uW4 h. .Is Lot 011$ 'L U.. 514 ./ 001% 1$ : :: :: less.ds. tbs. 1. 1/1.00

C. E. Henry, Bradenton of IW" 1f NII4 II 1 11 00 I-h: .r. James 0.5. 0011 $4 I 11 WII_ Welds. S. Chric- N14 Natk N.f Nw14 Iltt S IfW" .4 0/ l..Mdti II.. L 11.10:
W. '
D.rothy ..
Suwannee County Hospital. I4ofSW4ofNI1.: .. La Ill 11. 11.. Oak 1/ 1 $0 N111.. ... 1_'" M. S. Nt4 II 11 1lost Y'n I.....Is 0.N5WN4aii1 .

SA51W554aNW4of '.1.. GeIf GL ..... IINw .1."
L.O. 854 II 11 II H..1 M..k 1. A.... L.1 05,015W4 Lots S Ilk C. ......... fill:" .,

Mri. Nora Clark Rt. L. O. \ 0' NWI4 I.... 4 sub. DI.. DI se P 111 11 I II WIBs.. .. r. w. 1. Loses ".11 ., II"" II II II' I.itr1.1/, ,...... Q.NW .
RS NW4 of IW4 II II 11 I. I. O. S Lou 1 A 1 Ilk D ........ .., ..... 1111
Foster L. Barnes White Springs Uoohor., ILII lub DI... 1/ 1 11 05.... T..... ..... It .1 SW t. II 11 .. .... Molts

Mrs. J. M. Price, Tallahassee 8(4 III\ o: NW4 : I I: :: l't t/ .. ..... Let. 4 S I .111 D ........ 1.ti... S Jaw B. I.....
Mri. Leola 1 .: : $54 Li. Wubl4 l.a. DI\. $4 1 // MuOs Iasi. ....1 -a .1.1'
Dixon Ocala W4'.f II" %" .4 5W14",
1 .... W" Le. Jill A. H..rA4. -
Broward Slkes, O'Brien 0' N4 of Iwo II 1 tI 40 Aim Ames I. 11111IWS11 ... ... II t 11 0.1f.. ..,.. ILii .... IAs..ullil.S
: 4 0' 004' of ALaoud..laDRIllP .W4. .1 51114 11 II IT .... ......M Q.
Tom Miller, Tallahassee 11 I II '' '/1 W..It.tos. I..."... II." SI1 b.ln' part at 1 ; .M ...... 1t.1I
Mri. Julia A. Lepper, Rt, L. O NW" 0'1114 S NESS' of II" II u. II 1 11 ...... Arils. T. SIC 114" 'M. 114: .1 51115.4
n 1 II 1her. L. A. S. AI''" ..... Let 1 Bib $ D.w11s1 .... 514" II 4 II 111 WU.w WI11us A. 00/1
Lou Bonds, Rt., L. O. AI NW\: bin N 5Wof .y A'" II I 11 vt..n Ma. 24111. (Roo.'VF.Sor..s.ol. If"' 4. .f 1" 1 NSY: 11 1/ /N WI os. wars A.. U..

Mrs Betty L. Dague, Lake City SAL l .:. 1 AIt .1.11 't 1.IIt' 11 / 11 1. ...... ... Deote 15
NW Cor far C.. 5 ... .t .. r.. ., If" ., NK 1534 ",
Karl J. Schur L. O. Lao R 111 '. 1 1 I' II H.wm. W. L S.ah '1." 51/0/Fl: I.s WOC I ,551. ., 1t4" 5. wi
Judson T. Fulmer, Mayo I A ,In .W Coy of /E4 0' 4. Ft. ; law 4. des Y

Mrs. Billie Golden Oaineivllla 11:14< : 1 1 II I NIa. W...... 1.11 In Ft t. POI. a- A Dam....If 55i, 11 1ft, h 4tr. IPfY.. S. 1. 5. ....11
I. Co II i II 1 .... ....... 1111 1 '
,, Mrs. H. 0. Turner Jasper uC.,tofs 5L 4Fof: :0154001 N" 4 ., 8114 ., NI4: II 1 II 1Aslwoc, ....rI ..... 11.1Fl......5ow it 100 bolt n I

r H. F. Boatrlght PaUtka S plus 01 W Pdo'/d., N ..= I1 Pda,"tPOB ., .1 tNIC..fSW04N S ow. I ItPo W : :' laN .. ... M 1PD.set

Claude Cartler Cocoa Ie 5 II 115 Hays. 4... 1,11tAInN8Cor.0W454 lei 15. N .It P0. 1 lei A -... 0.. Ie .. II.. I 11 I II 11_. ItcoIc ... II ..
h .. MB II 1 ...... I Tk..1.M_
I0 Josh 1.5. ..... .
B. F. Durham, Rt., L, O .: A ;" .. ... .. Da lit Wit dilk. d 154 IS I It II....... L L It

Mrs. W. D. Davenport. Rt. L. O T.tlo.. I: C.. .... Illuby Ie I II 1 WIUla.1. Mettle .... ..... II 1 11 1"._ c.W\ S AWths $561 14 d Mpsss.r Mt1n100
I Cot of N5 of lay 111' /. I........ ... Ntt1.4114 1 1 II is ". f/l1
Woodrow Cundlf L. O. :w\II'I \ G.. 5,1SstoISIbISI.
It, Ft. SWhr1 ,.." II 1 1. "''th. Goy L. .1 1.- Dew..... ....
Ralph O. Collins, Ft. Myeri Ft. I0..NS. w.." 101 ... 1 II a..s. J_ L 5. Dc 11.11tati5
.. Lot II .1" Ii. I........ .I..t t- / f .
Mill Bernice Baker L. O. Ie 5 I'.t.. EltetolkI : 1.11 I : : :
N A ....... II II Ie"h. LJ, tits I/n. 0w / I 11 &- I.,
LoI,1Mk11o1 .. MM
Gary E. Snow, Orlando WBN Cornto Jana.. 811 "' l 5.., M /1.o/
A dee In DB 1t Ia4 I .11I ...1........ W 1 .A. t0. aw... M 1 1 11
4 i If1A .. .. .... ........._ w... .. ...__a. ....... ... .... .. ... ___ ... .. & .. & u. .... ,_ .... .... _.... ..... .. .II. .RNl.. u_0.11._ 555
.. .. - -- --
-.n w.-- r. ... .. ... ..
Gull IiO..h.. A.d.. ."" .111 ... I........ ..... ... II .. 11 .... ..

ties 11 1 II Hurd. R. ... S I..... A'". II 1 11 Iws pHs ..... LoDl.... ...11 1 II 11.- .. .. I.. 1001
r 1,11 5eAInHW4.4NI4 II. 5 II I5

mora. A hnsl 0')good b.ln- 111Ft 20.. .... .M .... 1 A l 01.lac1 .....11I. pwBy. 1 I II 11-- 4 L I. 1 NFw1
I S by III $7 NS toe U.. OM .rM4cae..

II won fully 4.. I1. I:: C.. : Ls. -t.: II /MNAwp Art1. a. 01w.Lo14l .
oaB P. u D 5$ Pt
I I $0 II NH-Itat.5..Is. i5.Ay.roA 111L.
5 1 .
.f good .... .I1 DI Let. ....., II 1 11 14 ..... Oela 1..... BII 4 D.ws4
III P 100 II 1 11 4..r..... ....11 .H... I... .... I In 't .... II I..." ...... i S. 111. II BIb. 115 1 II .....,. A. B. L 111C
Lot. II S .. 1".1. Hili. 00" h$. DIw II' II U.... MM, 2. .. P111. hrsou
Lot 12 1 II ....n'. I. P. S. 11.11" 11." "W/J.w/QBM /5.N 1 w4 lid lit N0..tI'SISPNlS
11 Gin II S I B.url Hili.a STIFIGLIIS458.w11
..y MA7 :.. II 1 II ,........... In: Mu It" U.. 0.11 ink. D'... $0 i II ......" JIarrr L. a. lw 0511 L. 11 INe
Lot 10 II", ..., Hili. R.L1: 1 II N.lo.s, Taltin S. ...... II." Let t JI1 ,. ""h U... G. 1 BII. n D.o.t hr5 1 e 1 II bwl.. ..... R S. ...... II 50
Lot l00.rl Hills lot. 11 11 N/lh ids. Mu 1.11LoI Oak II S, W... I I.1. 55.11 W 1 11 ...,- a In 111
n O.norl:: Hills::: I.e.i : Cow llylas 5 LAIN. 1.50 LoI I Ilk. I Doff' AU. 1/ 1 11 --.., LIllIe ,. Ie\: 115.15 34.65115.45115" 1. 1 11 II .0("., 5... .. ....

I.t 14 "....rl.. Hili. J:.. II I I. K.II. A.... 4'." Let 1 .Ut I Consul .. .... ....... ....... S. W.NW4 .

Lot 15 B.srly H/Ill/ a.t.: II I It WMa.. 1._ S. I.e 111 ...AN. 11. I. c..U. M II 1 II ........ I. M..S 1111 i 0014: cilia", If 1 II I' A.-,..tiwrp.... It

Au Los1 taws... Sonar IN
r Gt. 75 .S 11 In..I, 1111I.a ..... II 1 1Tb. --.. L. M. ..... To..._ leb It
:., II 1 1. Tk..1ut4 I. c. S vkla. I.... R Se IL Lots t. .. .. t 14 1 II 1'.ibr Bas aM 1111
leI. II S I' Bill 1 B. Bib' I Ca..11. M tIM /w4.41w4 II 11 It ....... "..... I.

;l Add, St It MllW, 11.11lot AN, II S II W"" lob M. S wY .45515.1 salt... S 154'" wi II I 11 N ......... r. I. tlJIit4 /N.

+ 1 11111 4. U. Add. 1i : 11 le.,, la.'Z S AI'. 1.15: ...... S GIs L f.... N 5 p u 1
Lot 11 HIS '. It." Add. II 1 \I ...... H..ri. .... Sown.n5)S .MLSLmtI u. n" *04.45515 II N ala/wis. W. .. 05 .0
Lt. 1,1 a. 41451 uwv. 55 It N .......
...n.. Lea .... 51 d M. I. ..II
ILLot. .' H..."to II a II TsyM. '- ... S. Pt. .e.Lt. ;.045 .\04.4a5 .. I II
1 5 1111 1 LB.Add. sell nil ., IIWIo S IN 1...K W L i11It
J .. .. U. II S 1. 554
II" P.te) Penh ....... wi
THE ONE-EYED Mo .llowl fl." slit i LlbsP kid T/ 1 1Rut... I. L titN.t14M $'t" .lass I A.. / II .. 'MB's W. 1511

Lot. 5 .... .
II S I' Ilk
I GOLF CHAMP Add II 5 It W.... Yt..11 SeL 4511a ... II. II loft... ...... L h. OM 1. II "c...... W p. S
II ... .
.. FI Let 1151171.1. ... 4. r. ....
Add II i 1. ......... Lulu sass ...1.1. .. 'II CItedoe r. ON /M,, .i 5w4'" S. MW4 11 1 II N 0..11t. ..... IL .. lee 1111
By BOB SCOTSTOMMY Lob $4 11. 1BIk '. .... u. n If '" .1 ('w '"
Add. II 1 11 M.allsw. 8ow..I "." rl'i: .. .:.1: .4154 00 1 II N ....... _-. r. SA

,. ARMOUR. fattMt Gv I ilk. 11. S 1. Add II 1 It WrMh1. IL W. ..... hot ,-. hot &. ,. 6205b.
machine gunner la British Tank By7 Lob 1. / ilk Fowl/ n. B .N h S. roB 15 I II 1i..M.. .. l .f IS G. 1 A
Corps In World War L lost the wed Add. D.C. .1 P 151 II i II 114.11 1. R S ..... 11. .... .. -- I. *5.50 S.I.o.aL&Sla4:
.W 5 Bib I: .......... Poe
let 101.$ /1.Itlss4. Add II 1 11 ...rtI.. M. S. nIle Nb,1w.0.. .
light of on* .y* in a shrapnel W.ilk. .._ ILtI tau 11 001 S II Ilks ....... S M..As. $41.50 __ .... 1" I"55. 1br a-"
S II 111 r .....
blait Th slim muter of the Lot 11 511, .. Pwhlm/. te 5.h5.w,.e-4
Irons cam back to win an big Aid Ss 1 11 WUI..... 1- S ....... ....4 weal P-. 10 11.55" W. 0. In II u ..... 514' d 1y t 5

pro pit tuomammU U.S. for : 111 Ilk:$ :: Ftwltla.d Pysttla.4 Add.Add, :: 1 I :: Mites WHIM.Y N w. 1 WILes D..t..w1.llM.b.., 5 .'. Ill C..... 5'G g wi .... II S II 1 BwO. W. 0. I.. .U

15.11GIs NW .1 "II .f 5104. I
Opn 4C 1. PQA-1930, British
U. 11 1IT S 1/ 1 S.aI05 WI SARA
"ir. 8.
f Op -IMI and the Canadian .1..$ 1 HI".11o IN A.... II 1 11 au. 015 LR /LTS lbw. w. Pt, .
: aDd Western Opwia.CM. >> 1.1ilk 1. H'........ ... RIO Pt. w 115 PI. N 111 Tax CoIMct.Sewaa. .
Alf a. II / 11 ........ I.aNS. .1.1' PO toe 101.ORB 11 r $15 $0 1 1. I a... $Iwy I. all .
) hjr Rug P.Msr.a BrWIeti ... c..t,. F10 cIaPAGE



ferocious robber fly has a
mustache and beard. The bristlj r $M.-fl w.w u ttL '

By mass helps protect the fly's eyei I
from struggling victims.

Home Demonstration AgentA Look for the spring Jack;

good representation of commit sponsored by the Florida Power story either long as a tunic 01 J s-
/ clubs was present for the and Light Company and the Su- short. In bellhop bolero, or mesa I li lt l I
....flag last Thursday. The groupltd wannee County Extension Service style, but never !In-between. 1 i I I II
a good business meeting unier Miss Alice Jones home economist 1 r
the direction: of Mrs. Charlie with the company helped in all melted
Hunter president. Others on theIrogram the planning. Because of illness 1 teaspoon salt
were Mrs. E. A. Collins. she was' unable to be with us for Dash pepper ,
lice president; Mrs Jack Lord. the program. Nevertheless other 1 teaspoon thyme, sage or savory -
and treasurer Mrs. seasoning! Diva ...... to Side M* adW ry wine Oat eras th. praphH' NatkM to N Uwm rMUiMta. Dsvd.1 Oof pwtroodiMM Judfinml wmM m a ..... M Set'"
lecretary: ; from the company gave their cooperation BUu ta .r grunt Sir kiubuM, brine D.. U to .**..UM a4 J **>' to Sae, Mils pc Mit .n< .dlM wUM [..*Mi sea........ Tout
Wallace Boatright, reporter; and and our appreciation Is 1 quart day-old bread crumbs UN*, .-. Iran Uw were VtUlnc.DtvM WMit HilMui paeoW UWUM C*> tutors. Omlrtt* avid .......Ie kMUifulMM .( kta MM die sod kia ,* tovtoteud
ills* Jean Meadows. I'm sure Mrs. extended to them. ,Cook onion and celery in butter MTMft* Uriah dealt I* vas saga Md Nkthw toll kim k* sod fc toitwii,but Natlla" IM mounw -u,. HISMIIM I
outright will do her usual good Two of the dishes Miss Meadow until tender Add cooked vegetables WtU, tkwi murto BUuhM. to Ik. OM ... ku M....' ........ of jwtomMtl to feUmr.II IIU.13:1": :
U i u. n .....1IOI11.Y.: loran It 1-11, GOLDEN TCXTl rode >!IO g.Pastor's ,5.. "
bb of reporting the details of the and I prepared which all those and seasonings to bread
heeling to you. present seemed to really like, were crumbs; mix thoroughly If stuffIng .
Ocean Perch Turbans and Shrimp seems very dry, add 1 tablespoon little fellow who bought the stone. an old file sharpened down to a
I If you Intend to buy a few pot- Remoulade. Maybe you would like water milk, or fish stock to I "Not much," he said; "not much. point, that he did all the letteringwith.
Id petunias -or other flowers to try these sometime Both are moisten.
Dldnt you notice a fresh little They said he seemed to bethinking
ir transplanting In your garden, excellent ways to add variety to SHRIMP REMOULADE Corner
grave near the one mlth the atones only of that until h*
Iiect the plants carefully. Choose family meals as well as being good 1 lb. package (pre-cooked frozen tip' t
I Well that's where he la. lie came
liall rather than large ones.fgva nutritionally dishes. For other fish ) fully peeled, develnec her every afternoon for sometime died, for he kept saying, "I didn'tget
of shrimp or raw shrimp (simmer It done, but shell know I
the U. Department or seafood dishes you may call our working away at that atone,
Irtculture.IThe office. 3-5 minutes In 1 quart By REV. NELSON B. MELVIN and one day I missed him and meant to finish It. ont she? Ill
larger sometimes already OCEAN PERCH TURBANS boiling water and 1 tablespoon shell be
then for several days Then the tell her so for waiting
lowering. plants may look sturjcr 2 Ibs. perch fillets, fresh or salt Faster, Advent Christian Church "
man came out from the church for m.. and h* died with those
but dont let them temptu. frozen other types of fish 2 cloves garlic finely chopped that had burled the mother and words on Ms lips. When the men
| They won't be able to stand may be used) 1/3 cup horseradish mustard ordered! the grave dug by her aide In the cutter's yard heard the
ie shock of transplanting as well 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons catsup One day we walked through the kindly named at such a low figure I asked If It was for the little story of the boy next day, they
I JVi tablespoons paprika Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville that It within his ,
smaller plants. Dash pepper cam means
chap. He said It was. The boy had clubbed together got a good stone,
|Plant the petunias as soon u Bread Stuffing 3/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper Kentucky which U one of the There was much yet to be done sold all his paper one day. and Inscribed upon It the name of the
|u get them home. Use a knife lit cup butter or other fat, 1 teaspoon salt most beautiful memorial parks in but the brave little chap was' equal was hurrying along the street out newsboy, which they succeeded in
lid* to carefully lift the seed- melted 1/3 cup tarragon vinegar the nation and looked at the to it. this way There was a runaway getting from the superintendentof
lit from the planting container I 3 slices bacon (optional) I/I cup olive or salad oil many unusual stones marking The next day he conveyed the team just above the crossing, and the Sunday School .which the
ndle them as little as possible, Thaw froaen fillets. Remove 1/3 cup chopped green onions final resting places. Many of theca stone away on a little four- -well h* wa run over and little fellow attended, and underneath !
(d try not to pinch them I Itunlu. skin from fillets. Sprinkle both and tops markers were mammoth, some II heeled cart and managed to lived but a day or two."11. had In i II II It the touching words: 'H*
snapdragons, and sides with salt and pepper. Place a LettuceThaw were ornate and most of them have it put In position The nar his hand when h* was picked up,' loved his mother; -"
n1 other annuals such uosia small ball of stuffing on each shrimp lit using frown gave Impression that they were rator, curious to know the last of
c ulna and ageratum piece of fish. Roll fish around Combine all ingredients except expensive. Of course many of the stone, visited the cemeteryone
from late spring until they stuffing and fasten with toothpicks shrimp and lettuce; shake well heat monuments were erected In afternoon and he thus describes
killed by frost. or skewers. Place rolls on a Marinate shrimp in sauce for memory of mother what he law and learned;
wtll-greaaed baking pan. Brush several hours in refrigerator, As we studied the monuments "'!lpn its," said the man In
|f you smelled fish or seafood tops with butter and lay baconon Serve on lettuce Serve .. which men and women had erected charge, and sure enough there
Wednesday it's Quit Uke- top of each. Bake In a moderate In memory of their mothers. I was our monument at the head James B. Daniels
(that the aroma was coming oven, 330'?., for 25 to J5 Art you presently making some recalled a touching story shared of the new grave, I knew It atone
the basement of the Metho- minutes or until fish flakes easily art or handmade object which you b y the great preacher: J_ Wilbur *. Just as It was .when It left
Church. Those attending thenatraUon when tested with a fork. Remove would like to sell? A number of Chapman many yean ago In the our yard I was going to say, until Funeral HomesLIVE
seemed to be quite fastenings. Serves .. I persons from five counties In the following manner I got a little nearer to It and saw
rested and anxious to try some BREAD STUFFING Suwanne River Area ban been The following ls a sketch full what the little chap had done, Itell
|the different ways of sea food S tablespoons chopped onion working on the possibility of finding of touching Interest, of a little you boys, .when I saw It there OAK and DRANFORD
cry, >// cup chopped celery available markets for handmade ragged newsboy who had lost his was something that blurred my

demonstration was eo- 1/3 cup butter or other fat. goods In order to makefurther mother In the tenderness! his ryes, so's I uldn'1&! at .. .. .
plans and findtnt mar.- affection ror ner ne was determined first Th little man Mat tried to Now have two radio-dupaicned oxygen-
eta the group needs to know whoa that he would raise a stone keep the lines straight and evidently
interfiled aa well u the num- to her memory thought that caplals .would equipped ambulance on call twenty-

How tbe devD! do tile Dodge Boys do it? ber and the type of hand crafts: Ilia mother and he had kept mate It look better and bigger four hours each day in both Live Oak
made.A house together and they had been for nearly every letter was a capital
survey la presently being all to each other but now she was I copied It. and her It la; but and Branford. 1
65 DODGE POLARA made to determine the articles taken and the little fellow's loss YOU want to ape It on the stone
that people In this area are making wu irreparable Getting a stone to appreciate It :
or Interested In making The w. no easy task for hla earnings MY MOTHER _CALL DAY OR NIGHT.
$2806Town results ef this survey will be used were small; but love Is strong, 8IIEK: DIED LAST WEAK
to help establish a market for Bu- Going to a cutter yard and finding 6HEE: WAS ALL I HAD. lUll:
and Country .1J\I1M River Area Crafts and that even the cheaper class of BED SHEAD BEE WAITING 362. 3333 935-4100
Motors, Inc. Articles U you art Interested In atones was far loo expensive for FUR --
UJi. 12. N.rU) making crafts for extra Incomeor him he at length fixed upon a "And her the boy's lettering LIVE OAK DRANFORD
UYK OAK. FLO BID t aa a hobby, wv ar Inviting you broken shaft of marble, part of topped. After a while I went back J. B. DANIELS JR. LJ.D.
II to call or com by our office and I the remains of an accident In the to the man In chart and asked ,
fill out I form. ard. and which the proprietor him what further he knew of the

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W. M. JERNAGAN, Executive Vice Pres. Loans and Discounts 3369673.76

', Overdrafts 5277.18 3,374,950.94

JOHN G. ADICKS, Vice PresidentJ. Banking House 15339.42

Furniture and Fixtures 11,295.09 26,634.51
TOM MOORE, Vice President '
CHARLES F. GREEN JR., Cashier 7142941.44


LAURA C TEAGLE, Assistant Cashier '.J' Capital Stock $200,000.00.

> .' Surplus

DIRECTORS Undivided Profits 170726.71

Reserves 134,214.93 704.941.64

LOUIS J. DAY Deposits 6.437,999.80
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Last Rites For Funeral ServicesFor I.t OLD HOME TOWN '-aaa... By STANLEY North Florida No.1 vide annually a 3.8 minion dollar Income
It is recognized there are in- Before McClellan's address em-
JOSL.WU LOOK YFAH.1115TMVAICHINai dividuals to fight the bond issue ployers of DCT students were
Baker Held Marable BusH D Il MY WIF!WASH WALLS.MOVC Telephone Has with scares and half-truths. recognized and given a big hand
FURNITURE-INT' Thus it is important that facts, by the audience.
Here TuesdayServices Held FridayFuneral AND CEIUNASBEAT TAKE DOWN RIKS.S KTtoRSMM <11 Here not fancies control our thinking Awards for honor DCT graduates
WIUNDrOOW, and actlons"1D such matters. will be given during the regular
for C. T Baker, lifetime services for Olin S The North Florida That the question II basic to this graduation ceremonies In
resident of Suwannee County Marable, resident of Live Oak 0 >'w,. Company held a commercial county's future should not be June.
were held Tuesday at the since 1957, were held last Friday r workshop Friday. April 30, for questioned. .
Clayland Baptist Church The in the New Harmony Methodist cashiers, salesmen and district No. 6
Rev W. H Gray and the Rev. Church. The Rev Spivey Brab- managers of the company. The _
J H. Turner conducted the services ham, pastor of the First Methodist meeting; was held at the general No. 2 heads this department, was Instructed -
Burial was in the Clayland Church of Live Oak, conductedthe headquarters of the firm in this School Board Advisory Committeeand to draft new rules for
Cemetery. services. Interment was in the passed a resolution to that this phase of the exhibition

The deceased was a farmer in adjoining cemetery city.W. S. Townsend conducted the effect. Mrs.Charley Hunter heads the
Suwannee County and was horn Mrs. Marable died in a Jacksonville workshop that included 18 cash- Jerry Scarborough Branford woman's division and Is preparing
In 1887 He was a member of the hospital on April 27 aftera III iers, four district commercial F.FA. Chapter public speaker, rules to govern this part of the
Freewill Baptist Church. short illness He was a nativeof managers and six departmentheads. gave. speech on agriculture today exhibition.T. .
Mrs Baker is survived by his Florida and was born in 1893. i' and what its Importance will be J. Fletcher Sr. the fair
widow, Mrs Louise Baker Live! The deceased is survived by one The topic of the workshop was In the future. This speech won long time general manager, was
Oak: one daughter Mrs Lefey daughter, Katherine: Sodden, a discussion of the procedures the sub-district' par b1..A.. apes kin I g authorized to have additional
Barfus Live Oak; four sons Jacksonville, one son, Johnny M ;; l5 U used in the commercial applica- contest for Jerry electric lines run to provide more
David Fred. Otis, and James Marable Jacksonville; five sisters tion of the telephone adequate lighting for the exhibits -
Baker, all of Live Oak; three Jessie Knoll, Bainbridge, On, BY NOW HIS BACK IS KILLING HIMSTANL Otto Wettsteln IV outlined the In the Coliseum ,
brothers, George Baker Willis- Samyle James, Jacksonville, sales and marketing plan for the No. 3meeting Vice President Bob Holmes I
ton, and Harley and Vancy Baker Frances Grosz, Miami, Thelma >r In the coming to outline need for the heads a committee to present a
company year
both of Live Oak; 17 grand Parnell Live Oak and Carolyn .....---...--- Otto Wettatein ID, president of fireflies and how they will be used plan for operation of the food
children and six greatgrandchil Marable, Chicago, one brother, M. the company, addressed the groupat at Goddard. Plans for collectingthe and drink concession during the
dren A. Marable, Live Oak; and three the end of the meeting insects will be made at this fair. Bids will be Invited from
Active pallbearers were Loy grandchildren Roberta Memorial_ _Would Abolish Tax time. Interested organizations A permanent -
Richardson, Oscar Brim, Tony Pallbearers were Bob Holmes. Senator Houston W Roberts constitution. facility for the concession a
Boatright, Sherwood Starling, R F Moore, Arch Starling, How- this; week Introduced a memorialto I Besides the income tax, the Haiti is the only French. will be built by the fair group
Cleveland Lashley and Aaron ard Taylor Jesse Tucker, and O the U S. Congress proposing memorial also calls for the abolition speaking republic In the Ameri No. 4 Holmes and his committee have t
Tucker. B Taylor a constitutional amendment abolishing of the estate and gift tax. cas. The board accepted the resignation charge of this project 1
Honorary pallbearers were Ken- The James B Daniels Funeral the income tax. The bill was read for the first of Willard Patterson, Principal Better fencing and more adequate )
neth McLeod, Jim Carmichael Home of Live Oak was in charge The bill was Introduced in the time on Monday and was referredto Most every man knows his own I of Wellborn School. parking are matters fair f
Johnny Brim Perry Lashley Drew of arrangements, State Senate Monday and calls the committee on resolutionsand business, but it Is often difficult: authorities plan to discuss in the
Holmes Jeff Bonds, Barney Burn- for the government to prohibit memorials to make his neighbors believe It. near future with the Board of
ham, and Ross Boatrlght Cashmere sweaters return, new Itself from engaging! in any business . No. 5 County Commissioners.
The James B. Daniels Funeral with cable-knit sleeves cable- professional, commercial, Florida Named by Ponce de Inhabitants from 70 different stated. Dedication of the new facilities J
Home of Live Oak was in charge knit edges with a zipper beneath financial or Industrial enterprise Leon on Pascua Florida, feast of nations people the "new section"of The Suwannee DCT program is for the fair is planned for t
of arrangements Instead of buttons. except as provided In the federal flowers Easter Sunday, 1513 Jerusalem today ] one of 207 In the state that pro opening night this fall.
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Town Branford MetlloliiWSCS: Han[ a
News From Branford L
Meeting: At Bran ford
Holds General
The WSCS of the Branford
Methodist Church met last Monday -
Election June 6 night at the home of Mrs.
Danny Douma near Branford.Mrs. .
A central election will be held O. Z. Jones, president of the
Buccaneers Qualify Twenty In the Town of Branford on June, organisation, presided over the ,- -
8The election will be for the, meeting
purpose of electing a town clerk: Mrs. W 8. Ware and Miss WHIM INS BUFFALO ROAM-The only member of the Texaa
j and four councilmen. Barbara Miller presented a skit Longhorn Breeders Association In the northeast Selectman I
The town clerk will serve for on their recent' trip to the Methodist Arthur 8L Maurice look. over some of his buffalo at
Por State Track MeetBranford
two years, three councilmen from conference in Tampa. Mrs.Peter kim "ranch" near Southboro Mat,
posts three four and five a W Richardson had charge of
took a decisive victorythe Boles (B) 4. Bates fj) Time: 24.1. Branford- serve two years and the post one the program on prayer and the
Class C group three track: 80: Low Hurdles: 1. B. Terry Speed madly relay: 1. Branford councilman will serve for one life .within and was assisted by I
feet last week.: (B) Koon (B) 3. Creech (J) 4. (Lee Kelly Holtoway, Dorsett 2. year. other members of the WSCS Odd Fact Household Hint ,
In recording their seventh win. Barnett (B). Time: 348. Jennings. Candidates for the offices can Mrs Henry Mangel was special Thirty workers registered a Homeowner who enjoy .....
Bucs scored 109 points to M 880: 1.B.Terry(B) 2. Koon (B) Mile relay: 1. Jennings (Burn qualify from May S. until 6-00 guest at the meeting protest against overcrowded terUlnlng outdoors will appreciate
[lot Jennings and 10 for Mayo.The S.Creech (J) 4.Morgan ette. Griffin. Dais, Murphy): 2. p-m. on May 22. with the town Refreshments were served at trains by lying down on the a new insect tray which
tracks In front of a station In Into
[Branford! team qualified 20 men 3:130.: Branford. clerk and must pay a qualifyingfee the close of the meeting draws annaylnf bugs a
for the state meet In Gainesville 880 Relay: 1. Jennings (Burn Pole vault 1. Cheney (B) 2. KIN of IS 00. Branford now has a Trevlso, Italy and holding upa hidden compartment In the baa
[this Friday. ett. Wynn Prine. Murphy 3 Patrick (B) 3. Johnson (B) 4. permanent registration system. train for nearly an hour. of an attractive garden lampMother's *
Prine (J) Height 10V.Shop (Office Supplies at MrCrimon's)
Results and all qualified electors mint _.
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High Hurdles: 1. Runyan (J> 2. Branfonl MrthodNts To I Put: 1. A. AUenn Wen IB) 3. Scarborough (B) 4. Smith (B) I. R Terry 00 (M) Time: 1S.T. Observe Homecoming Barnett (B) 41' 6". books are open In the
100 Yard Dash: 1. Murphy (Ji The Branford Methodist Church Discus 1. A. Allen (B) J. GlennB office of the town clerk: and Day Special (Thur..Fri.-Sat.)
Griffin (J) Cheney (B) 4. will observe homecoming Sunday ) I. Terry fB) 4. Barnett (B) will remain open until May Jl
telly (B) Time: 101. May 18. Mrs. Gene Fisher of Distance 117' .". at 4.00: PJB This new rrglstra
Mile: 1. WhltfleM (B) 2. McCaUl Tallahassee win be the speaker: at Broad jump: 1. Cheney l> 3. Cooper (M) 4. Johnson (B) the morning worship service.A (B) 3.Murphy IB) 4. Bumette (J) ordinance No. 171. LEATHER SCUFFS
e: 5:030.: basket lunch will be served Distance 19 1". The polls will be open at the
440: ruscll (B) Griffin (J) following the worship service In High Jump: 1. FUsel (B) 2. Lee town hall on election day. June 8,
Slade (M) 4. Dais (J) Time: the Fletcher Anne (B) McCall (D) 4. A. Allen (B) From the hours of 1:00: ..m. to REG.
... All former members and friendsare Height V .". 7;00 pm. 3.99 3.00 )
220:1.: Dee (M) 3. Wynn (J) 3. Invited to attend- ,
Annual May Day 1Mhodlet Quarterly LT BLUE
Confrrrnre May 9

BEST HOUSE PAINT Held Friday At O'Brien The quarterly and Branford conference Methodist. of the PINK ;

Churches will be held Sunday, BLACK
Branford SchoolThe May 3, at the O'Brien Church. t
The Rev John Bykes of Oalne* N & M WIDTHS
, annual May Day Pageant ville will deliver the morning mrssage. -
CAN war presented April 30 by the ,
elementary grades of Branford A basket lunch win be served at
School. noon. Members and friends are
The program wu presented on anlttd0 attend. COMPANY ,
Pg the local football field and fea '
: FAST EASY lured a western theme ,entitled The slim little walking shoes 1 ova sass+ flNMf eiPAHIMIMT Stems
I. i : westward ho. The program In- usually art tied now. like: a prettier -I SHOE D PT.
BRUSHINGUNIFORM .i : eluded cowboys, cowgirls. Indians ghUDe.. often In llsard-graln'
1 ;. !'entertainers,miners,Mexicans and leather, gay colors. _.
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COVERAGE 1 the May Pole winders.
$ Highlight of the program was the
RWIN' crowning of the May Day Queen
I Debbie Humphries and King Jimmy
( HOUSE PAINT Ward. The new king and
: queen were crowned by Bhuron
Martin and Jerry Ilemdon, last
I toaa yeas ...n uses .'N.. Member of outfit* .eourt
were: Emm atom Moblry, Kay
mwWP Walker, Den!** Stephens, Jan I
Kennedy and Ann Phllpot.
HOUSE : Colorful the enhTtatamontllranfonl........ added muchto

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en...,.Coven unUorm1,. Work Of Ilivrr Haft
Dries touch flexible. Shed dirt Boy Scout Troop M of Bran
and ...ther. Stretches the J-.n ford has begun building IU raft
for the 1M$ Buwannee River Ran PaceSetteWe're
batmen poi&tinf. Race scheduled this year for June

The Sherwin.Williams Co. 3-SO.The raft bat not been named as
of yet.
west Howard St. Phon. M2-3075 The raft win carry a crew often
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FOR tUlSS FOR TROUT Douglass High ; 1 f fA011AIR HE WEEDS-.

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High School will present Its an-
nual school closing play, Friday,
May 7 In the school cafetorlum at
8:00: p.m. It Is a three act comedy
entitled "No Bride for the Groom I Begins Nine Household Hint
Luke's Episcopal Cannon
Guest Minister At St.
11 W The characters are: Beu Paper dollies put between
Selby, Ozle Garner; Herbert Prin St. Luke's Episcopal Church will went to the General Theological Weeks Basic TrainingSeaman plates and saucers before they
del, Johnny Mobley; Jolly, Peggy have a guest minister Sunday, Seminary In New York City where Recruit George R. Cannon are stacked will keep your to,
FRAGILE INSECTS GRASSHOPPERS Allen: Sophia Selby, Eva Patterson May 9. The Rev. George D. he received his Bachelor of Divinity USN son of Mr. and Mrs china dishes .from bttnr
; Dlgby Prlndel, Clyde Hlll- Young, rector of the Church of degree In 1952. B. J.Cannon of Route 2, Live Oak scratched.
man: Libby Little, Dorothy Our Saviour Mandarin, will con While the Rev. Mr. Young is in has begun nine weeks of Navy
\ LfIN E Herring; Boots, Clyde Freemon: duct the service Live Oak, the Rev. Raymond H basic training at the U.s. Naval
+ RUBBER BAND Salamandy, Magdalene Mandrell, The Rev. Young received his White, priest-in-charge of St. Training Center, San Diego, Calif Words of the Wise
Dot Claiborne, Beverly Curry; under-graduate degree at the University Luke i, will be in Mandarin conducting I On completion of his recruit The wont solitude if to
Tom Swanton, Raymond Quarter- of the South at Sewannee, services at the Church of training he will be assigned to a have no real friendship*.
CAD.''-''' man; Prissy Paluna, Alice Jack- Twin in 1849 From Sewannee he our Saviour school, shore station or ship -(Francis Bacon)
son, and Belinda Oroot Mildred

Brown. Bevel Mrs. S. Q. Brown Mrs Ever add whole-kernel corn Facings on suits, coats, and .
CRAWFISHDon't O r Jones. Miss E. Duhart, Mrs (canned) to cole slaw? A little dress collars In white pique often Too many political speaker ap
Douglass Students G. O Nelson Mrs M. B. White pimlento gives the combination are In the color of the blouse or peal to the emotional rather tha
I Observe Library Week and Mrs S. B. Jones attractive color. 'I dress beneath. the Intellect.

; Douglass High School observed
National Library Week April 25-
1. The theme was know
M.tnw nnnw.mnw nn May
what you're talking about.
The Library Club was responsible
for the story: hour for elementary -
classes. MISS Eva; Patterson SEE THE
president of the Library
Club showed the first graders a
Animals.On .
film Baby
Forget Mother May\ 9! Thursday, the fourth grade.
class sections two and three presented
a play entitled MidnightIn
I have the Library The club served
decided to discontinue new items' and handle
fourth graders and faculty
antiques so I am going to offer for sale all new members refreshments after the

play.Miss! E. Duhart is the librarianand HR
club. the sponsor. .of the library T =

consists of China, Crystal, Pictures, Lamps,
etc. Since I am moving to my new store I am surprise>> Party For

Douglass. Teacher

DISCOUNTING ALL The fourth grade class section
ANTIQUES two of Douglass High School
surprised their teacher Mrs, O
10% to 70 % B. Jones, with an Easter party
d u r 1 n g teacher appreciationmonth.

Large collection of Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, The class gave Mrs. O B
Art Objects, etc. Jones a gift and served refresh-
ments. The class Invited the fol-
lowing person as (guests: J L.

NOW AND SAVE Card Of Thanks '
The family of the late Charles
ftcKever wishes to thanks their Conan Jl/olw Opor $daa
Few Cemetery Wreaths Left Priced Low .
many friends for flowers, tele- + ry.
rams, condolences and other
JULIAN'S GIFTS kindness shown to them during
their bereavement. We will .al- I T. '
JASPER ROAD Maya remerrfber your thought- -
ulness Thanks again
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THE RECREATION CENTERBy Participate In Sp&?& YOUR IIAlTH.( .. c V : \

ROT SULLIVAN. DlreeUr NFJC ActivitySeveral JBy LESTER: U COIJpeAK, 11D. < ppl PLANTING A ,

Boy baseball practice began to 4. North Florida Telephone '
students from Live Oak
Monday with age group 10, 11. edged out Suwannee Funeral Home were cited by North Florida Junior Hopeful N&rs In Medicine 0l NfJr TREE j
12 : T
and Tuesday
participating. : seven to five. College last week for participation -
13. 14 and 15 had their
boys age
initial practice and Wednesday: .1 STANDINGSWon Lot. in various college activi.ties ALMOST everything used in most powerful weapon against QIT$M1f :ferCounty ;
nine year olds and under began Life of Oa. 8 2 at the Madison! institution. hospitals these days seems to dIIt.. i w. SOME BRANQIES
Franklin Paul Flowers was hon C. N eAtaNCE
be the "
disposable except patient + s
their efforts. I Advent Chrlstlon S S 'x
Plan are being made to have I North Florida Telephone 4 t ored for scholastic achievement and the doctor. Baldness, beware! If the early ; wmlaooni
during an academic awards convocation -
one American Legion baseball Suwannee Funeral Home 1 'f SteriUldlmaehlne.. art beginning scientific reports are correct
at the Methodist
team age 18 through 1.. play: Development of a new playing Madison. to bite the dust under the receding hairline may soon I .
against other team In the area. area for smaller children wanting Flower maintained 3.5 over- the avalanche of disposables. be stopped and a new crop of i e IlAwv m.o ; sa '..J
have other baseball a Food trays, dishes, syringes, hair may arise oa scalps that
Letter gone out to to play: Softball or wa .
all of 4.0 '
out possible or
average a "
beta barren.
American Legion poets to deter- started this past week as a result e needles, long
straight A average during his JunIor therntooS Testosterone, a male sex her.* Im( AS MJC" I WATt" AND>>
mine the number of team that of the hauling and donation of fiD
b college career. DIRT amt ROOTS TAMP so tit:
mone normally found in the
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have been organized. dirt by Leo Dunnam.A The North Florida Junior College Cloves and even body, has been found to be AS SSI8L'DO I A STAKt ftL iLI DIRT suus j'
LeNelle Phillips has returned temporary building has been chapter of Phi Theta Kappa somewhat effective la stimulating l..t NOT LITIT DAY DUT 111m km IUXlTS
from Florida State University for hauled to the Softball diamond to national scholastic honorary society scalpels are hair growth. When applied ...........-.-.-....-..........} '
with the
the summer and will be an assistant be used u a concession stand for students, tone MAICf BASiN i
junior college to bald It has
patches, produced
to the director for girl and Wooley Electric has donated the elected Pat Patterson of Live Oak wind after a t uvmNn, E AND MIX HUIIUS TO Hell : \
single using.Disposables. a thin sparse, but definite re L- SPRUD tooTs If euoto iii went ;.
women activities. Miss Phillips wiring of the building.
president the chapter for next growth of hair. #. .. TA.DwA I TOIILL'W. I ii
will attend Red Cross Aquatic
a year. are helping to These scientific studies are PIG [NOOjlt( Hot! SOIl."OC:..; I IUllfIftWIIIt..fItK1Ifllfrrll
School June 4-19 at Camp Klwanl. Ed Brown and Robert Does of reduce the as- still young and need more com ( I ,...;.-::.-:.;..1'j
Tennessee. Upon her return swimming Builds His Own Live Oak were both cited for their Dr. Colemaa tronomtcal plate and careful evaluation to j
classes will be arranged for -- -
excellent play: with the college cost of running ensure the safety and effective
noniwimmen beginner, and advanced From golf team. The team was to playIn a good hospital ness of this new treatment.
swimmers. A county-wide Airplane the Junior college tournamentIn Experiments and testing Win
A group of physicians and Council MeetsThe
swimming carnival will be the Oalnesvllle May 5. 1. and 7. dumbfoundedwhen be actively continued with Nursing
highlight of summer swimming surgeons were
Junk AircraftThe breathless hop for the bald. -
activities. It Is expected to be held they were told for the .e. I Suwannee County Home was the guest speaker He spoke on
the latter part of July. Will DistuMi Fish first time the cost of equipment Open heart has ; Nursing Council met Friday In hardi....... and stroke.
of Live Oak woman surgery now
son a
The Women's softball league for a major operation. A hospital Live Oak. Jeff McKtlthen. vice The next regular meeting of the
has made a name for himself as a Camp- At Alerting spend $1S to ISO on "sew. an exciting companion ., open
players have been provided caps president presided over the meet council will be held Friday May
builder of airplane, or we should The of kidney surgery
regular monthly meeting .
log suture* alone tor a lin&l.l'C'f1IUOIlo
and jerseys by sponsoring firms.Suwanoee At the Uhlvee.sit ing. 28. This will be the final meeting
say: as a builder of an airplane. the Board of Supervisors for the Georgetown
Pack downed Vann'sGulf Thomas Cheek. Dr Joe Davis until after the summer months.ATIIIZTL'S .
Leonard Lee son of Mrs. Morgan Suwannee River Soil Conservation I hospital in Washington
in the first game Thursday.: St. Live D. C, Dr. Roger Baker has sue and Mr*. Robert Weaver were appointed
Miller West Howard District will be held Friday An all-out, no holds barred
The second game saw Suwannee Oak has successfully built and May 7, In the ..,ncy'* office In the war has been declared on heart cessfuUy devised a new method committee for serve the as coming a membership FOOT Funeral edge out Suwannee PackIn for year
opening a kidney to remove
flown an airplane that he constructed County Agricultural building at disease, strokes and cancer
The voted to HOW TO KILL IT.
the last Inning to win 8 to 7. large tumors or stonss. group purchasetwo
Game for today <( Oulf Vs Buwannee Funeral from a Callfornlan. Scheduled for discussion at this laid out. and the warriors! with remarkable safety, opens closet located In McAlpln. Overbed T-4-L mull, Nq Ik. ''I." ..* .... ..
Lee is a fullttme automobile! meeting ls the statewide Inventoryof C, r/U b..1.1U Isu"
sufficient ?
armed with scientific *
with Suwannee Pack taking on are kidney a not tables are badly needed In the ": ...
mechanic in Tampa and ha spent manner un I* S I I.r., tafMl >kt* ( Ik*
recreational facilities such
the winner. as weapons for an Inevitable vic like that of opening an oyster. loan closet. It was pointed out. .n. TkM ..Klt HKALTHV .",IK ...
the last five year building the fish being undertaken .. .
camps now UVM. OAK aUO to
Men's Softball league has tightened in his time. I Florida. tory.The Many kidneys that formerly Robert H. Micelle, with the was n... In ......... s
plane spare I county by county across
prevention early detection Heart Association In Gainesville
up some as Advent Chris had to be removed entirely are
around 700
The plane weighs
of Oa. treatment control and now safely and
tian managed to beat Life I opened once
and Is 18 feet long with a
In eight innings by: a score of 6 of 32-feet. The frame Former Healtlont<< Get cure ef these three belligerentsheart more returned to normal,
wingspan .
disease, stroke and cancer .
healthy function.TA
is made of chrome alloy tubing Salary Increase the live of about
-can spar ,*e columns ere eVstfMeJle
DO YOU HAVE AN and the fabric covering is dae Mrs Martha Amerson. daughter one quarter of a million people rtlieve purr tare about Give Her Lingerie!

ron polyester and plastic. of Mr. and Mr J. Philip Griffin each year Malta MretipA s bettertiandlng .....,,,.
Alcohol Problem? According to Lee. his spent of Live Oak wa recently awardeda The promise of victory can */your tM a4 .

We now have in Lire Oakan about 13.500 salary from In his the auto last mechanics five- quality salary Increase for her only be secured If people eon- n. lko ./.I net eAxiiMwetJWrfWue Marvelously\ romantic collection sure to put you
superior performance a* a clerk- eoUdate their energies In helping 1* reported Mrs ere
AA Group ready to years. A similar size and weigh stenographer at the Marine Corp the new educational programs know* te doctors everywhere.your at your prettiest t Opaque Nylon tricot for the
help plane would cost him ".000 or so supply! headquarters In Albany by responding to the cry faflvUiMl. ..... pro** .
you.WRITE If he bought It from a factory. for regular examinations. tm slUttU te taiUM tr your pajama and ulrepcoat. drifting sheer-over-opaque

The maiden night for the small Oa.Mrs.. Amerson. who Is stenographer A U theO ioctor tit been ..
P. O. Box 591, aircraft took place two weeks ago a preventive chsck-up owls yen .1. for the baby doll and shift gown a full sweep of
In the weapon section of < 1.... Kiag real sees> radical, 1st)
UVE OAK when Lee took his plane arounda the headquarter, received the sheer for the peignoir! All softly gently touched
OR CONTACT YOUR man airport near Tampa. award April f. In Albany,
Physician or Minister with delicate embroidery scalloped embroidered

Office( Supplies at NeCebees's) edgings and lovely lace Pastel! colors. 8-M-U


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born with certain trait of character, then. a* Day 5,> I
I this old Greek saying slate, character is In actuality \. '
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\ : of our own making. Out
i '--j; indicated by society. May 9
our attitude and approach to dealing with our
fellow men and our manner of fitting Into the
community We. are almost strictly matters of our ,
own choosing. How wisely and honorably we set w
our course: how faithfully we observe the standards ,1 .
of our choice act the pattern of our personal
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gold stocks of this nation had declined I Pine Level ----

FromWashington by $250 million In one week. I
Reports Of this drop, '231.5 million WAS Ii and Mrs. J. F. Toole and and Mrs Drew ---
the result of demands Holy
by Prance G
visitor a
for gold in exchange for dollars i son Jimmy were Wednesday morning "hlle
I am very much disturbed 'SetI in Vtldosta. Tuesday Robin Lepper Spent
i Sunday
Holmes and
Mr and Mrs Drew Elaine Anders with
French demands for
gold exchange ,
Mrs Jorgen Brorsen and Misses
for dollars, as deOaulle Mr and Beth Ann LepPer
his daughter Clara, were supper guests Faye de Joyce Hayes LoUIse
pursues course without regard were
By DON FUQUA to the consequences to his allies aMrY of Mr. and MrsWillie Howell guests of Marilyn Olive su Pe;
night Sunda
What particularly disturbs li ( Saturday night.
U. S. Congressman that France owes this nation btl Richard Locklear visited Norman Mra. Harry LepPt'l'
lions of dollars in war debts whlcn and Charles Anders Sunday afternoon the Primary Class of enLertalntd Pint

CONGRESS SETS RAPID Centers Area Redevelopment, It la making to attempt to repay. Church with a party In her WI'pl
PACE This session of the Congress Wated and Air Pollution Control, The time has come to demand Rev Charles Johnson of Perry ,Friday night. hem
1 Is moving: at a much more Housing, reduction of excise taxes, repayment of these debts.. France spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gordon Kecim of
rapid( pace than those of recent Immigration, foreign aid, our farm owes the United States $6 billion ? i W. L Olive Oakapent Tuesday wIth Mr Uw
years It has been estimated that program, right to work provlslon.of : s In World War I debts and has J Mr. and Mrs. H M. Moore visited Mrs Drew Holmes and
this session Is some two to three the Taft-Hartley Act, minimum made no payment on them since NX y Mrs Loye Head Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs H M Moon
months ahead of the pace set by wage laws, unemployment compensation 1831 She also owes millions In ted Mr. and Mrs H P VlI.
the 88th Congress revisions, and legislative debts from World War II Michael and Albert Leppeer of Sunday afternoon MWW(
While a majority of the several apportionment.. It was for this reason that I Lake City spent the week end Misses Louise Pay and
thousand bills which a Congress I need not remind you how Important Introduced a bill In the House here with Mr. and Mrs Harry Hayes spent Sunday with Joys
must deal with are not highly controversial each of these measures which would require that France \LJ Lepper. Ann Lepper. BPth
most of the major bills can be to our nation. While I will 1 repay these debts and that the Mrs. J. F Toole Mr* Harry i Miss Joan Anders spent
are. Thus far this session we continue to attempt to judge each State Department demand that Lepper and daughter. Beth Ann, i with Mr. and Mrs Drew Ho Sundar)_
have seen the passage of such of these masures on their merits they be put on schedule Mrs Lucile Olive and daughter, i Mr. and Mrs, William
measures as Apalachla in the and vote the convictions of our It Is foolish to allow France to ti Marilyn and Misses Louise Faye i. visited Mr. and Mr H M Moon I.
House Medicare, an education people, I would welcome your drain our gold supplies while payIng and Joyce Hayes attended the Saturday night MOOI1
bill, drug controls gold reserves, views Every measure has Its mer little or no attention to her sing at Oak Hill Sunday after Mr Lucille Olive and :
and presidential succession. its and demerits, and I deeply just and honest obligations Here noon. ter Marilyn and Misses Beth dagh ;I
Committees continue to work on appreciate hearing from you, the is a nation we have sustained hi Mr. and Mrs Al Cadow visited Lepper Louise Faye and AnD
a host of other bills in what has people of the Ninth District on two World Wars, a nation that we Mr. apd Mrs. Drew Holmes a while Hayes visited Mr and Mr W JOJct i
been termed the most active session each of the measures which con helped put back on its feet. It Is Thursday afternoon.Mr. Olive a while Sunday afternoon L. 6
since the famous "Roosevelt'sfirst front usPRANCE. my opinion that Congress" should 1 and Mrs. J. F Toole and Marcia Moseley spent
100 days". SHOULD PAY DEBTS take forthright action to secure Jimmy were supper guests of Mr with Esther: Anders S\1D4af\
Just a sampling of bills which -We were all perturbed the middle repayment of this Indebtedness and Mrs Gerald Coates In Lake Mr. and MrsEd
will be facing us In the coming of March when the Treasury VISITORS TO OUR OFFICE City Tuesday night. I spent Sunday With Mt and Port
months Include Regional Medicare Department announced that the We have recently been pleased to Mrs Carl Tressler visited Mr ''L. P. Fortner.
-APOI-w ._. .nllmh.._... .... y.. 11.1.........u.". .L..v._.. ......." -
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district on their visits to Wash
ington. It has been a real pleasureto fOR 30 -rON "flYINO SHIP"-A giant hydrofoil assembly
Low Cost Loans
r 1 greet: Norman O ProUman.L one of three for a 300-ton U.S. Nary "flying ship" under AvailableFOR
M. Crews Jr. Clarence H Rat- construction, II checked over at Lockheed In Burbank Calif.
I lift, Henry M. Folsom, and Louie Th hydrofoils will be retractable for conventional movement FINANCING
C. Wadsworth of Live Oak: and The 220toot'Iasel will be the world' largest hydro- HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
A. Jack Phillips and Henry M foil ship and will be used for evaluating antl-submarln war- TVs.( Washers Dryers Stores, t&e.1)
FORMOTHER'S 1 Ward of Check on our new Low Interest Rate For
Branford. far concepts.. Inset U sketch of ship moving at high speed. NEW
DAY '4 's ""1 .....VISIT.. TO, _THE_ _DISTRICT. :- Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need
AU" G.OK reec"'l' \.iOnlreas al'
'to and all summer t forded me the opportunity to visit goes to the farmers for their acceptance terpretation In another state Monthly Payment To Fit Your Budget

with many friends In the district or rejection.I would allow only one vote per al- ALL FINANCING BASED ON GOOD,CREDIT RATING
I and discuss with them many of have called on the Secretaryof lotment.
the Important Issues pending be. Agriculture to Insure that our This is unfair and I have called Come in and talk over your needs with I
tore the Congress. I was pleasedto Florida farmers are treated equally this to the attention of the Secretary uTilE FRIENDLY FIRST"
address a large gathering of in this election. In some states and urged that the vote
the Quincy Exchange Club, and I due to interpretation of the law, be uniform throughout all of the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
had the pleasure of presenting both husband and wives have tobacco-growing sections
Y the Freshman Class of Chlpola been allowed to vote from a single LIVE OAK
Junior College a new American allotment, while a different In- (Office Supplies at McCrbnon's)
Flag which had been flown over -
the Capitol at a flag railing ceremony
I also participated In the
dedication of the fine new 120.-
000 City Hall in Malone and visIted
with many friends thehe. I .
b attended the meeting held by the Step up to the Pride and Joy of a
Suwannee ELFC
River Development Au-
horlty( in Cross City to listen to
he; expressions of Interested citizens Gold (Medallion
regarding the proposed "Wild
Rivers Bill" now pending before
Congress I was also honored to
have the privilege of visiting with TOTAL.ELECTRIC 400 HOMEwhere
many old friends In the Florida
Legislature and addressing both
.........rn the house and the Senate It was IiEi1ER ;
,. a most enjoyable visit, and I look k
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J 't4- forward to many more in the fu. crRlcA
; tune c .
O SLATED Flue-cured tobacco TION
farmers will shortly be called up-
on to vote on the acreage-pound
ana control bill recently passed by
the Congress While I could not
wroe + +Mlr support this measure, as I felt It
was most unfair to our Florida
growers, It nevertheless was passed -
by a heavy majority and now

NECKLINE FLATTERY abounds in ho narrow
yoke and handsome Jabot. Softly falling gored _We[ Preservers

akin Narrow self bolt Subtly patterned floral

print of easy-care Dacron/cotton voile In

grey/green, lilac/belgo and belgo/ollvo. Half
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@ (91 g1lze4i f == ; Miss Tina Louise Fletcher Beachvillc Add A Little Zest To Your Meal With I
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Onion; Makes Them Disappear Like Magic:

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Rev. F E, Day of Lake City filled
his appointment here Sunday, ly ALIt DENNon
WOMeN K H had good services and we enjoyed NO NEED to serve the same Mn. boiling water and H Up I
some special music by Mr. More. boring vegetable dishes With: salt Cook covered S to 8 loin
shed and his children also of Lake ju.a little more effort and or until tender. Drain water
City Imagination In the use cl Into a measuring cup and bring-
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor John Ttdwell of Camp Gordon onions, you'll see how fait quantity to 1 cups by adding
Georgia Is visiting his parents Mr "problem eaters" make them enough milk.
and Mrs. W. H Tidweli. When disappear like magic. Melt butter In saucepan.
Johnsons Honored Tho DlpsO n-G roo III -j John leaves he will go to Oer- Try our suggested recipes Blend In flour. SUr In onion
With many water and milk. Cook stirring
Wedding Plans Rev. Marvin Odom tilled his appointment constantly until of medium
Social Hall of the West- 1 c. lifted all-purpose flour
Final wedding plans have been with the Deep Creek thickness. Add U" tsp salt
wood Baptist Church waa the announced by Mr. and Mrs. Per- I Advent Christian Church Sunday. 1 tip double-acting cheese and cooked onion rtn....
setting Sunday afternoon for a blah Donald Thompson for their Airman 1/c Delbert Tidweli and baking powderS Serve over split cornbread
reception honoring the Rev. and daughter Harriett Magdalene Mrs.TldweU and baby daughter ol Up. salt squares, shortcake fashion.
Ewell Johnson daughter, H tip. ground elUpleei
Mrs. Thompson to Ronald Qlynn the Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Serves I.
tsp ground tumerlo
Deborah and eon Clayton. Groom son of Mr and Mrs. Roy ,visited relatives here Sunday. 1 For the windup, we have a
Mrs. Clyde Musgrove. church Houston Groom Sr., of Panama Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hemph l land Up. sugar delightful recipe sent us by an
1 well
large beaten
hostess received the guests with City, May 15 at ten o'clock: : In the son Wayne Mr. and Mrs Mar- la c. Mater egg Italian friend.EGGPLANT..

the JohnaonsThe table First Methodist Church (Chapel 1 tin Beach and sons Scott and H Ib. onions : : TOMATO AND
refreshment was over 4th St.) Panama City 7 I Randy, aU of Gainesville! were .4 tip pIt ONION: SAUTE: .
laid with a pale green damask Chosen for her attendants are 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Sift together the first 6 In. a tb p, olive oil
cloth and centered with a crystal matron of honor. her elM r hrW Beach, Sunday. : gredients. 2 Urge onions, diced
and bronze compote which Mrs. Henry Alan Thomsson tM I Mrs Hot Spooner and daughter Mix egg with water and actJ 1 large eggplant peeled
held pink and red roses with white Gainesville and maid of honor, a Oinger, of Jacksonville were Beat to make smooth batter. and cubed
gladioli. The punch bowl placedat Miss Martha Mulllns of Panama I visitors here Saturday. Mrs. B. E Peel onions, wash and cut S medium tomatoes,
one end wu encircled with ivy City.J. home with them
Spooner returned croswUe: slices. Mix with peeled and sliced
and pink: and red roses. Iced: lime Edward Oakley, cousin of the I visit.
for a few days the \ tap salt Dip Into hatter I tbtp. chopped parsley
green punch and squares of white groom Kingston. Tenn.. will serve Mr and Mrs Tom Hsgan of and fry until golden brownIn U tap dried tarragon
Iced: cake along with assorted mints best and ushers will be of Mr. and Mrs.
as man Largo were guests deep hot fat preheated to 1 tap each salt and
and nuts were served Serving Ronald Godwin. Panama City, Clyde Odom a few days last week. 300 F. or hot enough so that brown sugarS
punch was Mrs. Olen Milton.and I Marcus Bradley Pitts Panama r I Mr.and Mrs Otto Townsend and bred cube browns In 60 sec dashes Tabasco

Mrs Mallory Fennell served. the .. City Orover Orubbs. Panama City i Y yrLAr' kr daughter Marlnell of Lake City ends Drain on paper towels. 111'1011 In skillet over moderate -
cake. and Harley Lee Vause. Tallahassee. were guests of her parents Mr. and Serve very hot. heat 8.uU onions until
The serving table wu covered I. haW Mra.W, H. TldweU Sunday. This serves .. light brown. Add eggplant tomatoes
with a white cutwork cloth over Immediately following the ceremony c Remember prayer service each And here's another onion delight and their juice, parsley,
pink: and held an arrangement of I Mr. and Mrs. Thompsonwill Wednesday night at eight o'clock tarragon salt sugar and Ta
pale lavender carnations and white entertain with a reception at and Sunday School Sunday morn. Disco Mix; but add no waUr.
stock: in a crystal compote.The I the Panama City Women's Club, t In,. We had the bent attendancelast ONION: : SHORTCAKE: Simmer covered, for m to I
guest book table was covered 'Cove Boulevard. and 4th Street Sunday we have had In some 1 c. sliced onion rings his Stir occasionally Correct
with a pink linen cloth and a I All friends and relatives are Invited time. 1 s. onion wtttr and milk seasoning If desired.
bud vase with pink roses was to the wedding and recep Miss Brenda Terry, Jacksonville,' U e. butter or margarine Prepare this ahead of timeIf
placed on the table with the book 'tion. Is spending her spring vacation \k e. flour desired and either wheat It
which was kept by Mrs. Mack I i here- U tap salt or serve It cold as a salad with
Todd. Ce H e. shredded sharp a little lemon Juice Iqu......

The entrance of Shasta ball held daisies arrangemenu and- I Here I and There J. *, Fletcher ef MeAlpfo aa' Mr, Evelm Fletcher ef Jack.eeavUle Driest Spot On Earth Cheddar cheeseeornbread squares over ItGood eating either style It

white gladioli. Mrs. OTJoneld aos.we the engagement ef their Cseghtee. Tina Lento. The driest spot on earth Is Place onions In saucepan with serves 4.
Hatch and Mrs. Julian Drawdy te vTUUasa Randall SIaa made the arrangements for the Mrs. R. P. Thornton left Thursday Randall KUeghter. ef this city. Geographic says. At one
for her home In Macon. Oa., place, Calama no rain has ever
reception. MU neither b the greaddaaihler. ef Mr. u>4 Mrs. R. II.
after visiting her parents. Judge been recorded. Rainfall throughout
Floor hostesses were Mf frI.
Harold Land. Mrs. Howard LeFevere. and Mrs. Hal W. Adams In Mayo JetUce ef Lake City sad .ate and Mrs. B. B. Fletcher ef MeAlpln. the area Is barely measurable For The Beat In

Mrs. Osmond Palmer, Mrs and her sister Mrs. W C. Atrth The arlde-elect was graJeated from FlerMa Slate Vaivlerdtr ee
Alin Sperrtng and Mrs. Hal In Uve Oak. here she was a member ef Fl Beta Phi. sad Mertsr Beard. (Office Supplies al MeCrimon's) ROOFING. CALL COLLECT

Fktehe. Mr. MaeshUr to the graad..n ./ Mr C, E. FaltereM .1 Live
Asilsting Mrs. Vincent Jones In Drawdy and Mrs. Arnold Brim Oak sad Mrs. It II. SUag hler ef Ferry. The ra'.. .......,... was STANDARD ROOFING .
serving were Mrs Buford Ratllff. Junior hostesses were Miss Pam gradealed Irma FlerMa elate I'nlvenlty where. he was emUent ef Words of the WhoA and
Mrs. Billy: Howland. Mrs. JulianIf Klauman and Miss Bylvtn Musgrove. benefit consists not In
Kappa lia.
what Is done or given, but In SHEET METAL CO.
Musical selections were given The ..*44lM will be Aegwrt ervesiUi at the tint Baptist Chereh the intention of the. giver 211 So. A.KUr 5t._ Ph. J<<..JM8mmATuVALDOSTA'S
by Mrs Ed Worthington Miss
In Uve Oak or doer. BONDED
you wer* born In Linda 0111. Miss Ann Johnson -(Seneca) FREE BEST
" April of an odd. Mill Call Drawdy and Miss Patsy I Root ERa
Palmer. .Mrs. Ieee Vota Vila Claw Ilontcrm Monday
numbered year, renew Mrs Johnson was presentedwith .
The Vote VIta Clan ef the Firs
+, drivers license a white cymWdium orchid
your : Baptist Church met Monday nigh
eonage and her daughter a white
this month. carnation corsage.Approximately In the home of Mrs B. W DTCM
for their regular monthly meet
200 guests were
tours. Out-of-town guests were
Reece BrownCOUNTY Mr and Mrs. Charles Walker and The devotional was given bi
their three daughters and UUDarhnlDuck Mrs. Al WI'A -'.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD .. or bunt.,.l tin eddreM and .
Public NoticesIN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tvN AND FORSUWANNEE principal place of buelneie of.1I of ALBERT McCRIMMON
FLORIDA which ere unknown
BETTY TEEIF. If living' and If any of the above -
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Plaintiff named Defendant are divorced remar.
JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY ...' plod, than mprctlve .po....., and
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN BOBBY TEEI.E If any or each of thorn b. dead,
BKl KataU of Defcndaat unknown hair et law, devfeeee. bra.
MARCUS D. BIMS IN THE NAME: AND BY THE: on, iranteo., tru.toee, admlnlitratort,
U....... AUTHORITY OP THESTATe .color., ... ... luardlan and crediton -
and P.H..Ia.. or FLORIDA or other peraonr p.r".. elatratni
Clime or D.maad. A......' Sold Ealatel TO BOBBY TEKLK, who.a ...I..n.. any .I hl title eetato or Int....' by.throuan .
You and ...11 ol yo" are herebr notl- and adilreaa 1. unknownt >. or .under any of tho above
fled and required to Preens any elaHn. A eworn Bill of Complaint havlnc teen named pefenrtente. wetwrat or .uieeiate, 7t
and demand which or cither of'oar. exhibited aialn.t' yon In thla Court .hi In and Mo tho followbif dejerlbed weal y tiI
may her. .M/n./ the ectate of the above ctyled ..".., the relief therein eetato, or any part th.roof, eituate, lying 1
Marcuc' D. alma, Uecca.ed.' late of ealdUounty conihl belni divorce, you are required and btlni I In Sawannee County Florid., GREAT REASONS
to the County :Judg..r Suwan. to appear to anti, complaint' on 01. "
nee (;uunl,.. Florid. .t hi. office In the baton May SI, 1861, furnl.hln to 'The'South Half (Bib) of Rertlon
court hour of aald County at Live/ O.k, I'lelntlff. Attorney, O. A. Avrlett. Japer >. Tw.ntr-nln. (IiSi) LESS AND EXCEPT
Florida, within pig calendar month from Florida, a copy of your an.wer gibe tho followlni d..rl.... por.tlon .
the U." ,. of tho flr.t publication of this decree pro icnfceio will bo .nl..... th.roof beilnnlni Un (101chain. I
nolle.. Two coplca of each claim or do. ar. nut yon.Wltncie Woit of tho Sotitheaet corner
mend ahall b. In wrlllng. and ahall aisle my hand and official ceal of the Southoaat Quarter (HK<\U> of
the plane of ...Id.n.. and post office addreea of ship Court, thlc Sib day of April. tho Bouthwo.t Quarter ((8W t.l> of
of the claimant and shall be sworn A. D. Hot .aid Beutloa Twenty-nine ((101 and FOR BUYING A
to by the claimant hie agent or at.tornoy LAVAUaHN A SESSIONS run thence Wool a nine lbs anlionIlni .
and accompanied by a filing fee Clerk; Circuit Court a dl.lanco of and four
of on. dollar and such claim or demand (SEAL) hundred sight .alt) one-theueandlh.
not ao filed shall be void B,.| Lillian ....'0.., D. 0. (/ ande0001 halna.. thane
LAWTUN E. RIMS O. A. Avrlett run North a dl.taneo of throe ad
Aa ...outu. of the last win Jasper, Florida on. hundred .lale tw000n.thou..
and Teitament of Marcus D ".11 andth. (I and "'/'000' ehalna.
81m.. d.._..d thence run Reel a dlatan.e' of nine r
10.1 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON and four hundred l onethnuundth. BRAND-NEW .
CATION OF THE PLAT OF NEWBURN THE RIGHT OF THE PUBLIC of three and one hundred .llt,-,... :
A SUBDIVISION OF THd AND THE ono-thouaandthe (II and "'/1000')
NY OF JN31.H'N IDA, TO CVJ'RfroklVEoAK.t halna to the point of .....lnnln'l.nd
SOUTH RANGE II EAST THOROUGHFARES AND ALLEYS all of that part of BeftioaThirtytwo '
Notice le hereby .1... that H W. Notice le hereby liven that the City (lt> lye North of the' '
(Bud) Ooff and J. D. Odom Jr. end hie Council of tho Cltr of Lire Oak Florida: of the I Live Oak. Perrr -
wlf., Vernle rhllllpa Odom ownere of all will bold a public hearlnf I at TilO o'clocl i and Uulf Railroad LfcRN AND
of the land In the plat of Newburni PM. May II. '. on the queetlon ofwh.tlpr KXCEPT; the Lact: Half (KH ) of COMET"ix
LESS: AND EXCEPT the Ella of Block or not to vacate, abandon, re Block Thlrt'-..... (III) of Newburuae "
II thereof will make application to the nounco and fuBciaim me nani 0' aha per the plat thereof aa recorded .
Board of County Commle.lonora; of Bu- City of Llvo Oak and the public In and on Page1 of flat Book 1 of the
woo.. County, Florida at recularmooting to the me of the following thoroughfare public record. of Suwannee Count,
to be h.ld at their renularwectlnc and alleye In Whit.. Subdivision' In the Florida! all In Tewnahlp Two It)
pl.ce en May II, l.... at IllOO City of Llvo Oak Florida, to wit South, Ranie Twelve' (III Emil I 1
clock A. M. or ac aoon thereafter aaAppllcanta Tcnnccaee Street from White Avenue LESS AND EXCEPT all of the oil
may be heardto vacate and Eastward U Railroad A venae I Cedar ... and other .. ..... I.. en orader
.et ealdo the plat l of that aforesaid' por. Street (Avenue (add Cedar Street thin of Ncwburn Bubdlvlalon a luhdl- ) belni known aa Themes eUree1 South ../ Quarter ( ) the
vl.lon altuato In the NM.f the NWH. (Annual In Rtrathomn, a replat of a Nerthwe.1 Quarter fNW *!( at the
and the NWH of the NBH, and the portion of Whlte'a Subdlvl.lon. from Ho thwe.t Quarter Wc.t 1TO feet of the NEH: of tho NEw the South aide of an alloy .between North Half IN HI of the Noriheaal ;
of Section IS. Township S South Ran.. Btrathoma aforecald. and Whl .'. Sub Quarter INkIlI of the SouthwellQuarter ,
It Beat. Buwannce County, Florida dlvl.lou., Northward to Tinneeae Street (SWH ) of meld, ReetlouTwentynine
Dated this totk day of April, HIS Walnut .Street .C".n..1( cold. Walnu < LESS: AND
-H... / .. W... (Bali CUFF_n. Rtreet ( ".......) helnt known aa N._ EXCEPT an undivided. eevee-elikthe. .
".11 Street Avenue) In Stratkomn afnreald (11/11 Interact In and to all of the
), from the South eM. of an alley oil gar and other felnorale' In o* or
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR I between Strathoma and Whiten Subdl. under the. SoutheaM Quarter t ISR 161
TRADE NAME LAW vision ,. Street an alley run. of the Soutkea.t Quarter |8R: O el.aid r -
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN nina Ea.t: and Wait between Strathomaforeeald Section Twenty-nine (1111.) _
Notice hereby liven that the under- and Whlto'a Subdlvl.lon from DEPENDANTS: : OKrETINUSt:
dud, p........., to the fletltloui name Whit. Avenue Faetward to RallreaiAvenue You and ...h of you, are; herek.. M
atatute. Chapter lOtH. or Hectlon 500.- | and an alley running; r..., and notified. that a ads 'In equity boa boon .v
01 Florida Htatute. 141, will ...I.t.. W..' on the North .1". of Block I andS brought. aialnat I ion be Homer i. Gaff r
with the Clerk. of tho Circuit Court In of Whlte'a ."....I.I.lon from Whit for the u.e and benefit of 1. l D. Od m:
and for Suwannee Cuu.I'n.ld... upon Avenue Fa.tward to Railroad Avenue Jr, and V..... Phillip. (Mom. .hla. wit..
receipt of proof of publication ol thla BY ORDER: of the City Conacll of In the Circuit Court of the Third' Ji.
notice the flrtlllou. name. to will the City of Live Oak Florida, thla tltk dlclal, In and for Suwannee
PEPPERMINT DRIVE.IN d.. of April im. County Florida, and you are herebyummoned.
under which 1 will eniaie In ..u.I".... (SEAL ordered., and _.1'" to file.
I oipect to .n,... In "".In... In I.Ivc a, HARVEY W. PERRY your written to the ,
Oak".I. Florida and my addreac I. Rant; ('I.... City of Complaint filed I ni.-, : you In
U. so. Live Oak. Florida Ike above entitled eauao In Ike office
The cmtcnt of ownerahlp I. entire. 41-11 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I. and
EDWIN B MOORE for Suwanaee Couatr. Florida at hi. rb.
Dated thla Slat day of April A. D. 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE office |. t II. Court Heuee In IJvo Oak.
u.. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Florida, on .. before the Had day of
.'-11 anawer or defence. upon J. IU'I.
IN CHANCERY No.-- '0'..' far Plaintiff heroin, ....... ad
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO Homer i. a.". for Iko uao and ..... la P. 0. Bon IT. Live Cab FlorMa
CONSIDER WHETHER TO VACATE. benefit of J. D Odom, Jrt and on or kefore said date, aa roquhed. ky ,
ABANDON RENOUNCE AND DISCLAIM V...... Phillips Od..... hla wife. Ika laws of Florida and tko 114 Florida
THE RIGHT OF THE CITY OF Plaintiff.Ceorie'Dowllnf Solon. of Civil P-....... If yew fall to
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA AND THE do .. a Decree Pro C.n...... will .ho e*. 0 -
PUBLIC IF SAID CITY AND THE et al, 1.rd I e. for the I'ItIW d..aad.d -- -
PUBLIC HAS ANY RIGHT IN AND TO Dvfendante. in :all Complaint. $
A PORTION OF LAND IN BIOCK H NOTICE TO DEFEND You are further notified thai tho .a. -
OF FARSHLEY SQUARE ADDITIONTO THE: STATE: OF FLORIDA TO lure of add Suit hi to remove aleod(
SAID CITY 0....... Dowllnt. and If marred ".. ..loud. from and .ulet. tko title of the ..
Notlee le hereby given that. the City unknown apouaei M. t. Hardeo, and If Plaintiff to Ihs 10... and real ..,...
Council of the City .f Uve Oak Florida married, hie unknown apoueei ChrlatlnaDrama llualo. Ivlnt and bass ; In Huwaanec '
will hold a public bearing at Til and It married her unknown County.: Florida horelnakovo dooerlhed I. You get world's 100,000-mllo champion performance!l2.. You that longest 1
o'clock P. M. May II, Ines. mi the ._... V. fl. Dn..... and ChrleUnaDrama The name of tko Court In w.tek tkle jet ivheolttiase
aueetlouj of whether; or a.M veeele.abandon huakond. and what. View O.Drumh. ull. ,.. keen metlloted .kv e....." the !
renounce ... .....101. tko. rtiht aad Ckrl.tme E. Drumh, hue. ('-... Third Judicial. Circuit, h. and for price 3. You get record-high resale value when you trade! 4. You
of tho City .f Live Oak and the Bublte.If band aad wlfei Waller E. 1_.. and Suwannoe Canal FlorMo. and tee ok.krevkitod get top horse-,
aald. City and the pualle .hie any If martIS, his .nhaan apsaNl W. IL title o/ tkle Nee W, Homer J, power pound In model 5. You
rlikt. lu cod to ,". uce of tho felmwlnieoerlbed erome. and H mannbd. ate ananewv doff for tho. uoe red ...n. o( J. D per every get fine-car styling-lower wider
I property In Block B of Parch.ley Jerome aad Odom. Jr. aad Voraw' Phllllpo' Odom more massive!!
l Square Addition to aid City, mere ..r.L.Io.apou.ei ..",..IfLa'::' aaiU hie wife. Plaintiff' I re Oeorto Dowllacet .
particularly ._.1.... aa follow., ..-."I marrlod' her uakaawn cpoueei Atfoa aL. Pefendaata.It .
That .ealala .hl .f land a* Her**, and Dorothea Home, huebaadand la hereby Ordered that tklo Ordoo
11 f..t Ra.l red Wool by lie fool wife Edmond: I-no. and Cite: I and Notice" ...... ko puhlloked e*. e
North aad South, babe. hounded on the. and wlfet Henry J. Ptatt, anIt < week for four 141 oooeeeutlve _be SURE INTERESTED( SEE US TODAY! t
Root b, a 14)) foot alley, eej the Wool .by married, bin uknowu apoueei B. O. .m the ........ Democrat a _,.,.. .
I u.. bulldiai ..... ao tho ........., Carter, sad K married, hm. ....._ KhHehod: hi Uve Oak. PlorMe. and ,
Balldlnr. oe tke Nortk hy Carl Street apoueoi nil of ..... plain at teoMeueeuakaowni warm .Inumtloo m Sawaaaec j
and on tko Sooth ky a I* foot alley between an 0..",.. FlorMa.Wttneee .
tke oald Pankley Sanding and .iwaaneo River I Railway ea._ a my hand M dork at mid
the. kulldlni ka... ae ... SuwaaaecBoteL eerperotMo lie ..__ .. _._, CWalt. eo.... .._naee ('_." F1ee jI
Star Realty and Timber Company acorporation. Ua. and tho sal W mid Court at Line
k BY ORDER of the City Council of the Ho aueeeaeora or ....._. Oak. Sowuanoe Couatr. PkrMo OM the.
city of Live Oak* Florida. tkla lath day The DowUe Lamkor and Havel Stereo llh day of Aorfl. Ak IV, IMI THE FORD PLACE'
SEALsue. I Compeer. a corp.ratlon. ... ..eime.i.or IJIVAUanH A. SVMtONX ,..
r ( truiteeei Dowlln* Lumber Cempaay Clark of lbs ChesS Mat
!p', HARVEY W. PERRTClerk. a evperaimn Ite aueeeeoera or truetoeaiSUadard Nom"' Cenaty. Phplda
City of Lumber ea....... a oeipoiii (SEAL RATUFF MOTOR COMPANY
r Live Oak. Fleride line It* oueoeeora or _._. C. w. art billion ...,.., IK Co I
:Sal. Pt... 362-1112 UVE FLORIDA
t : IMI DeLaut Company S .erp.ratloo. It* 1041 3-crtc n.... M2-I1U



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hove Public NoticesIN TO ...... Paul Joaoa, Bra III. Maria.all. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY April A. D. 1441 Wa".lB. a* kla. Last I Tkl. OrdW atrW I I. U". 0.". Florida .-."... climb. ,.... way hire aialaa
Average 111I...... JUDGE IN AND FOR SUWANNCE wm and TtMt tk* ..._..., awprenatad I"" M April ... A. D., It... and Eatal IB ,lie .ff1..4 tk. Oaunty
T.. are ......, ..tlflod' thin a Ce.. COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN to tkla Court for ./ REECE BROWNOaaaiy Judi. af Suwaaa County, Florida, hiIk
pant' far Dlre baa Mea filed .. tk* BE Ta* EitaM of tooted ky V. M. ._ Tn.iMaK: Suili. Sues"... aaurtkouaa. at Llva Dab Florida.
above Baaed Court aad you ar. required MARCUS D. SIMS. and Lei P. Wllltaa.. aa etteattnawtv County, rtorlda wild' ala rakmdar. moatka from ,lie
emperaturesre to Nre a *apy of your A..r or Plead. Dr aiil. aeaaa*! aad proof of tk. same kavlBg. .... ".te ., tka first ukllcatMm. .f tkla a*.
OF THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .... t* tka Ceaiplalat apoa tke Plala- ORDER OF PROBATE kea ..... a* require kr ...; and lb.Carl __ I law. Bank. .tal. ar .....".. ass, k* hiwrttrn
SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA. tirri A......,. W... Raadall Tb. P.uus..f ;
ftlauik.tor. Uwtoa .
IN II: Sin aray.tac "| fuUy advlaedt IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTOP aad ...! atat tk* alaa* *fmMoBM
PredictedThe HE IT". Eatat of P. O. Bo* lea. Llr I Oak. Florida far Iba. .rabt. at ta* will of Mar.aa IT IB ORDERED AND ADJUDGED SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA aad pat afflc addrM. af tk d
1.1: ,. M. Kama, an* ''i. tke erltlaal IB tk* affix af tk; D. elms .._..*. aa4 far th. .la>u> thus said will lie ... tk. aaaia la ......., IN all Tk. Eital of ilalmaat and mud b* ..... ,. ky tk*.
CEETOR1 Clerk af tk* Circuit Curt Suwaaae* a... *f Let.*.. TUaiaUry Is bin. aaa .....".... t* hard aa kavtnv tau .... Lav..*.. Bhi*. <.hMBMat, bin anal ar kla attaraay. r
Agricultural NOTICE TO Couaty. Florida.. 14". 0.... Florida asa aMtr B>... ta aid Will. Malata kfartorlly are... Let latter teata'meatarr P fft0 It will aatBBia raid ordln *
Day a' law
Thirty : a
All creditor* of tk* Eitat af E..I,. aefai tk* dub day of Jua.. A. D. loll ,.... day. I* aa bards: sad It .P_'"> leaua .. ,he..... t._. R: NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ... matt a* fUd IB duollrat( |
OnUook for the month M. K_.. *.*..*.. an ........ aatiridaad If you to ....., lat ta tk sort .... j .
Veather car Mateat t" aaai* hen for Sooth GeorrU.nthcMt r.uird. U flU any claim *r d.n.d. *. .... tk* alkwatioaa tke CoBiplalnl that III.... D. III.... *>aarl4 upoa hi* aba* aad lukxrlkla. th. Vna 8'',.. d_..*., ors ......hJP ..'10 E.*..,... ..I ,lie Will af
May EataM which hi thy,... nay .ka".. acalaaaaid will W take aa ooafeaMd ky you. t"" llf. ..... tk* ITtk tmt of'' .....1 aath ef erflee. fld aad ra.ulrd. t* fll* aar ...1.... .. ...1 LaVana Slur ....*..*.
Alabama Mid North- etfls..f Ik Coual Doaa aad Ordered IB U.* Oak. Florida
Jud... of ..._.... 00..,. ..1o.lda. I. tkli. 14th day of April A. D .....
_; Florida bawd by the W.her ..- tk. Marthoua. at Lv Oak Florid* Lan.eha. A. SeaaloBa. .
Bore Advisory Afrlcnltu- within *l. ......... ...'h. from Ik. data (SEAL) Clerk of Ctnull. Court
of tk. Iran publleatloa of tkli nolle 8... Ce" .. Florida. "
Meteorologist, Georgia Coo Each alalm or ......... mini k. In wrltlnaad By i Lllllaa" .."..r.<4. D. C. "Take a peck at our now paneled family room
I rWn Experiment: SUlion I IItteD" Mat out* tk. P.... of middle' 11.1
and pat offfe addrn. of Ik* .I.lal...'
Georgia May 1. 1965. .id Mat b* .won I. ky Ik. .Ia,......" "Over 18 feet long "And the way it's
kl* -. or kl> CALL FOR BIDS
attorney It will k
|Temperatures during May are co u* void aceardlai I* low;*r. atop is* ...... ..... will. ao .*....*.. ky Ik* and more than six furnished- "The paneling ? "Who's the
tcted to average much above Nd b> "..,IIr.... Board of Coaaty Coaiail.femora. of 8.-
rmal over all of the Trl-SUte Artkur. P. Law ......* Coaaty, Florida, at Ha plao* ol feet wide- wall-to-wall carpeting. Dreamy! builder?
lJloe.: "'. of Ik. Will of _...* Coal. Florida ., Ha plato of
.!cultural Area Dally mean >; ... M. 1[_.. deeaa..d. is.... LI** Oak. Florida, at 111 00 .'lok. the laminated
will average between ll-l A.M. .. Ik* lltk day of ...,. A. D. neighbors are saddle-grain vinyl Rich deep Dodge,
nperature I 1(41. wkl k aad all kMa
al tine plar
i and 78 degree Dally maxim will k* publicly ... and Mad aloud simply green. on the seats walnut grain. of course.-
for ore (III track .... Motor aadfrarn
temperatures should average THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF aad "..,,,. tear al follow.
weep 82 and 88 degree with FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWANNCE C.V.W. lt.'00 Ika.Wkwlbai .
moon temperatures reaching JOYCE: T. MASON .. Ill *.. In. I crllador.Alia .
degree* or higher on 3 to 6 days Plaintiff Front .. t4 la.*. aiodlfM I IMP .
fing the month. Dally mini- PEL.i SAMUEL MASON. JR.Df.,5.t Ail Roar II**. Ik. .. II.,.* kypoMTlaipklaa he'
jn temperature are expected C.....
volt. plat amp.Brakoa.
kverage between 68 and 68 des TO Set. Poll S. ..._. Jr. Pashas fit" latoraathmal Y
with temperatures falling to .....11..... H.. Ho C... lit ....* dun typ*.
ABN Bat, loath Brio*.., Ft. Brace. ........ Ir."... Hfdraull wHk
egrets or lower over Inland _Nnk Carolina.To Vacuum "_'.... ll"it" Roar,
s on 1 or 2 morning .r. ....... ..." .. that Com* 14"..%.* FroatClutck
pl"rat far Dl.orta km. km frail' la tkob Hydraull
lDfall during the month of: ... ..... Court Md yu ar* .*.....*.. ... hi.CMIIae-. actloa tl"-lllt
la expected to vary widely I* o.r, **ay of par ...... *r plod.Into Ryatom II "l... Far .1.... 1i
I* Ik* Caainlalat. ....... Ik* Pain.ter. faa. U" ..;;. .
place to place but should Attn ... w. Raadall Slo.(ktr. ....1 Tab la.ldo bans. I* asks
between 1.00 and 340 In- P. 0. Ba 10. Llv. Omk ........... ...d. ...parity.Coaorator .
age Vita tk* .......1 ta Ik* *4flc* *f tk* I. saw 144 watt, low
RaIn is expected to occur' Clark of tic CJrrult c..... Suwaa*** oatlaSkork "
ily as showers and thunder- c...,.. Florida. LI** 0.". Fktrtda.. oa Akaorkor. Froal ..1..
or kfr Ik* dub day of ...... A. D. II_"..., froal 144 Ik, rip.lty
ten during the afternoon and 1444. If you *.r* I* ooateM tile ..... '.ri"... roar 4 444 I Ik. apaclty. will
king on 5 to 7 days during .etaorwia. Ik. aJWcaliaM of Ik. C*.f ...11""" aprmta.Storrta .
pawl vlll k* aba M MHffoud ky you -- Slaadar4
fried.Jne. 0... .... Ordrd .. U"* 0.". ......... T.....'...Ise -> W.... T-/IA. Far i
during the next 30 tab. 4tk day of ..... A. D. 1141.Lavaufka ...... forward, oao .*"* *.
A. Boaloaa. TINe all 4-114.4 ply t.........
| Is expected to average aboutr (SEAL) Carla. of Omtt Court Wkwh -- sons II.l>4 a.d ..* tin
II...... ...,. FlortdaBy NRlo..
cent of possible with no i Lllllaa. ...,.... D. C. W.........*.. w..... -- 1:...l...a. _t.
ded periods of cloudiness. th. .
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temperatures d urlnt Mal to .a..a.hT b4+r ..1 .1t.
IN THE COURT OF THE: COUNTY BMkBMkll' ; freai; rid * I. BOW
itlnue to rise sharply uncreasku JUDGE. SUWANNtE COUNTY ........ ready far aer"le* ........ mail
duration and In- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. .in U.. reeulred for ...U.. ackckaai ,
IN all:I K.I.I* of .. Tk. bo......,.. any k* aea all
y of sunshine. Mean sol] VERNUN LANIER: BALER.DM day aa Friday ., "......'. T*.ar. Sta-
irstures at 4 Inches under **..d. tie*, Lit. 0.... Florid. N. .bids. r*
T. AH G.dhr..d eelvod after Hate and dat* will ke eea.Tka .
Param Haviat
soil will averse above 75 ClalOBa ** Diaiaada A.....' Said EatatotT .........
with maximum tmnpera *> >ad orb of you ors krky nth Board ef foully CeaiailaaloBer J
.. reoer. tbe ribl I* retort .ad aH
ld sad lrd to p. ., sop saps! Sap
1 reaching 100 degrees or Md Joauad. ....... p_ or olikor W bide. sal t* .alv. fferBtalltlea aad r* adertlee t
on some dsjrs. ... h .. sad to award kid la beat later**!
alt aa-ahMt lie rat. *4'orami
v' Laator Bate. ail. of sawaap Cal. r........ Improve the looks of home with this beautiful addition-the Dodge Custom 880 Wagon.
sold. to .... Cora p ).... .I MOIID OP COI'NTT"' COMMIRKIONERS. : your
c.a.Z;. Faros. ii his SUWANNER: COUNTY' FIOSIDA.Ct'RTtS .
Of ... !! O. HUMPHRIES. Ckalrmaa
Tl.fanLa a UTO...Oak.--"..bor.. .. wttkla of oa4 ala Ca aaJoadafMBtba .l N ATTEST. font sutetiT sad you i itlrA 383 2 bIIL VS itsndnil 383 4 bU. 4Q snd 421 VTTl OpriowL Oihsr psrfarmmci options Includ l Sun Grip .lTnnhtlllld lntlst

family of Mrs. Evelyn free tka tH af Ik* flralf 1-41 LAYM/Q A. SESSIONS flirt town),} psclngf. Tea tt thm uit noddi ivnUM to mil your Imtf Cutm eel Wrjorr-twl tooirj worn on tic !IIi
..... .
wire of the minister of the pbNrNaa of Ibls Tws .ply "
aaak data doauad ... ka
a .n lavrtlrii
Methodist Church wUhsnk ... IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
aad .11 aiaw ta* alao f
> all their friends _,...... sad reel arflr addroaa af tae Dodge Wagons DOOOIDMIIONC
many ... ..... COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROlATE.
.10 '". k* aver t* ky tb* MUTOOS WRPURAIIORTOWN
1M Tk. .... .,
hbors and church mem .leMuat. bin aa*. a* alUraey aad ..- RRi s: *
their cards for eaipeBlod. kr a fUla. fo* of ... dollar MARCUS D wMNOTICE .
prayers, aad ..*.. slain. .r ...... at a* filed. D. ..
and of sympathy and the kail OF PRORATE: AND COUNTRY MOTORS INC.
Weitvllle Ohio hoI/ lrj Pledwee Bale. TO All. rrnaoNi"" iNTKRtiiTtD IN ,
sent to
Aa *..*..... of ,lie Laal
th. will aad TaetaaMtl ofVoraoa VM ar* koroky a.Iw1db.' .. a ..... U. S. 129 NORTH LIVE OAK FLORIDA
.. .. I..lrmal p.PHIS to Is IN
taakw Baloa. ... .
Rev Arthur P. Koons, : .
tail WIS t.1 Trla of all .
II.' .. .... .. ....Itt.. I .... .. .
Wellborn.Robt. Is ,
kM C-... Vo. ..* .......IP i.maiaadodvMkta WATCH-TK SOS MOPS WOW MO-TV. ON4CR vms. tec M MTUrS. CMCII vote EAa.Ieci NUll Iewe, ,elide Aec110Ra.
alt, Fowler, WesterVCle. IN" THE niCUIT COURT OF THI oi* ......... a *.tile "... Ik* .
Ohio. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .at* of Ik* flrat paklloallo" *f Ibis a..
FUMtlDA. IN AND FOR SUWANNfE"' Ina to appoar 4* Ibis. Carl aad .....
; Lois Boctt. PKua. Ohio, COUNTY"' IN CHANCERY. 5 If sap **- oaa. lop Ik* tto*
and Paul Koona, SacramenU VIRGINIA W. Joan at tkla Court ra adaiMlla aald : to
t MalalafROBERT p.....* akoald aid ./." ........... .
Calif, ... RKETR: KP.OWNCavaiy
PAUL JOMrUki ,...., Sowaaoo
> < dMVOotCR >< Coat. Florida
ttl< Neppttee U Nosh..' AND OTMIM RtUEF I'"l

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-- Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading \
Lex Barnett of Jacksonville, IOn jWASHINGTOOMARCH I

Open House At Resolution of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barnett of was active and demand Good calves: were $00-121.23,
O'Brien, has joined the faculty OF EVENTS
.. good for all classes of cattle at standard $18.75-$18 up to $20.-
WHEREAS. His infinite the Suwannee Valley 00
Branford Branch WASHINGTON "MAYOR" I OFFICIAL FROM MOSCOW on weights around 150 lbs.
,distant director of admissions
wisdom has seen fit to call fron' I Market Wednesday. There were utility were 'lC.00-18.60
and inferior
our midst, to live in her heavenl y Before taking this new Job, he SLIGHTLY EMBARRASSED | EXTOLS HIS DEMOCRACY 199 cattle and calves sold as com- $13.00-$14J5.

Held home,Lucy Hall McCulloch, and was junior class counselor and pared to 192 for last week. Hogs totaled 451
HENRY CATHCAKT as comparedwith
Library .
former basketball coach at Englewood -
WHEREAS, Lucy Hall McCu classes steady to .
Slaughter 482 for last
High School in Jacksonville, Central Press Wa Mngt/ held last Monday loch for many years a belovec weak on limited supply Feeder grades 180-iO
was Ibs.
Open barrows and
No, Barnett I* a graduate of Branford TTTASHINOTON-The "mayor" of Washington, DC., had an
member of
Suwannee Chapter
at the Branford branch of stocker steers were strong to SOc gilts were $1702
; 210-240 IDs
School, Jacksonville VV an uncomfortable time of It He halt to lit and
49, O. E. S., now resides In ou r recently.
the Suwannee River Regional Li- higher while the heifer and cow $17.28; 240-370 Ibs.,
$18.55 ISO-
Heavenly Orand Chapter< andWlIERF"S Junior College (now JU) and the "take It" as one of his counterparts, a deputy mayor of Moscow, ;
Mrs Andrew Jamerson. local supplY., was limited. Calves wereweak ISO Ibs. $1025
brary. ; 140-180 Iba,, $15.-
Slste University of Florida. He Joined V. 8. S. R" explained how democracy works In the Russian\
the death of r
librarian, reported that a large elections to fully $100 lower. 20; 120-110 Ibs, $1400; 100-120
in 196. city
the Englewood faculty
number called at the library durIng Lucy Hall McCulloch has left a tennis coach and became bas The Moscow official was in the nation's capital on a visit Nearly two-thirds supply cleared lbs" were absent; and 80-100 Ito,
In hearts and In OUIchaptt'r r as : !
vacancy our
the day.Refreshments. to feeder-stocker accounts I were at $13.40.
that be filled, ketball coach the following yea. and vi course paid a v u vii Walter Tobriner,
can never
cake while slightly one-fourth the
of over Most
sows 180-500 Ibs,
Earlier he was athletic director one of three DC. commissioners who run were
and cookies were served by Mrs. BE IT RESOLVED, that Suwan. at Oceanway Junior High and the city of Washington by appointment of the total were calves. $1410-l5iO, boars were bringIng -
and Mrs. Annie Good slaughter steers were In
John P. Lynch $700-1800.
swimming and gymnastics instructor president and with the ever-present assistance
nee Chapter No. 49, O E, S. extend
Hall. I at Central YMCA. He Is of the Congress.Washington the 1900-$2UO range with most Medium and good feeder pigs
to her bereaved family,
Mrs. Jamerson reported that for ousincere married to the former Clarice residents, unlike those of every bringing 12000 and up; utility undre 75 lb!. were at $12.50-
and th
the months of January Februaryand tender compassion sympathy of a pray kind and Hatch daughter of Mr, and Mrs. other city and village In the U. S, are not were $14.60-$18.00; and cutter $1800; 75-110 Ibs... $12.50-$18.25;
March 1.491 books were J. B. Hatch of Branford. They permitted to elect their own local officials. 13.00-14.00.. and a few lots good 110-140 Ibs.
checked from the library and living Heavenly Father will com Good heifers brought $1830- .
have three children, twin daughters But the Russian was helpful $18 00 to $18 50.
during the month of April an- fort and sustain and strengths I and a son.Branford q He explained how election wert conducted, $20.25 while high-cutter and utlU- .
other 435 books were borrowed.She their faith the benefits that derived to the citizens by ty were In the $14.00-$15 50 range. Rice pudding! : Season with ap-
also said that the librarynow virtue of their right to select their own rep. Cutter and low-utility cows ple pie spice serve with stirred
has a complete set of Am- that Suwannee Chapter No. 49 P-TA Will resentatlves, and the fact tint unworthy of- were going for $1250-81400 while custard sauce
O. E. S. drape 1U Charter, In testimony !-
ericana Encyclopedias and also a Walter Tebriner flclals could be voted out of office, as well as one canner sold for 1100. asOdd
set of World Books. of Its loss in mourning for Install New OfficersThe voted In. Canner and cutter bulls were
thirty days: that a copy of this meeting of the CapUaTt at 13751400.
regular Obviously, the Russian was retting quite A Fact
Resolution be spread on the minutes Branford Parent-Teacher Assocl "Mayor" kick out of explaining democratic processes to Good calves went for $18.25. When he reported to the new
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and of that
our Chapter a copy atlon will be held next Thurs- the top official of the capital of the greatest $22.25. standard $1<.50-118.50. and classroom. No. lOG assigned
family of Orlando visited Mrs.Wolfe's be
sent to the of departed
family -
our day night May 13, at 7.30,: pm democracy on the face of the earth. Just as obvious was Tob- utility $1400-11800. him a professor at Kansas
mother, Mrs. W J. Dempsey sister and to the Suwannee
In the school cafeteria.At rlner's discomfort as he had to sit through the verbal attackon A few standard and good veal- State University, Manhattan
and other relatives over the Democrat for publication.
this final meeting of the the Washington system. ers were bringing $1800-$1925. Kan, found his 30 students
weekend.Mrs.. Committee on ResolutionsLee school year, officers for the coming The principal difficulty was that the .Russian's words con- Choice feeder-stocker steers waiting outside 108, the wom
Lois P. Williams and Mrs-
Roy Hlngson, Chairman year will be Installed. Officers tained enough truth, particularly about the failure to extend were In the $2050-17150 range en's washroom
Minnie L. Philpot visited relatives Norman O Prolsman to be Installed are Mrs. W. R, the vote to Washingtonians, to force Tobrlner to maintain while good were at $1925-$2100;
In Bell afternoon.
Sunday Carrie
Hill, president A. Jack Phillips, silence standard $1800-$1925; and utility '
vice president, Mrs Leon Hatch, Certainly, Washington, and the nation hare progressed sufficiently at $1375-$1825. USE
secretary and Mrs. Jim Blggert, to trust residents of the city to nuke reasonable Utility heifers were at $1300-
A Mother Saver! treasurer. choices of Its officials What Is needed ls change la the federal $11550. standard were up to $18-
The P-TA executive board will law that will permit at least aa much political freedom as is 25, and Inferior were bringing FUCO
meet at TOO: p.m. on that dateto enjoyed by Muscovites $11T5-$1300.
"" !;",!' >. ,, "'" y dispose of pending business f f f Utility cows 11325-114.50. Inferior
/" :"r"1 '\\ Items before the regular meeting BEAUTY, BEAUTY-As record numbers of new cars pour out $..75-$1175. and one low- Brand
FHA girls will have charge of of Detroit, record numbers of old cars are going on the junk utility cow-calf pair sold for
f 'MileM the program for the meeting and heaps throughout America And Junkmen are becoming sensitive $17.25. InsecticideFOR
i plan to present a fashion show of about charges that their car-stripping activities art defacing the

iJ. ...., the garments they made during American scenery. Mrs D.
4u&ao ;I. ,1'f"" !
f 1S IS'X: K1 (5WE D> aU .members C. Davis,to a present., Is urging become In worthy their communities of membership and wondering in local Chambers what they of can Com do short closed guest at talk.the the meeting meeting Mrs. A.with and O.prayer Doraett gave a BEST RESULTS

JB'ljyt\ > An outfit once known as the Auto Wreckers Association has
.1iIIf iI \' ...If<' '"" J"f SfeUierlamls Student changed. Its name to the Auto Dismantle Association Two of

7PWI its neatly dressed representative came to.Washington recently FARM
.. Sneaker At Branford to
.hL explain what cart be done to hide those unsightly
Woman's. Club family night held rusting auto shells from beauty-hungry Jwnk wen
Ktd Thursday night at the Branford motorist LEON J. GILL, SK.
1l0tWASH Voman's Club building provedto Their principal answer was concealment-put Onwlavting
7 be most Interesting. A covered the junk yards behind high but decorative Sensitive. / Service Agent
served fences, or shrubs or thickly tree.
sparkling \ dish supper was planted They Lln-AUTO-: :
gives you Mrs.W B. Ware,chairman of the openly admit It'. hard to love a fellow who spend all his waking: FARM LIABILITY
clean dishes youth department had charge of hours detracting from the attractiveness. of the approach to POUO HAIUp.
without the program and presented Miss the city or' town where he lives
Catherine van
Idegonda Maria
Alliance. o. sos *r oPtics ....117.
hand rinsingor Overbeek, an exchange student i Mis Fannie Duncan Mrs. Otti
from the Netherlands, who Is attending Those taking part on the pro- Murray, Mr*. A. O Dorsett, and I LIVE OAK ..... .*..**"
scraping Lake City Junior College- tram were Mrs.Bill Thompson Jr..| Mr. Allen Price. '

The speaker gave a very Interesting ".................................................f.............................................................................
talk on her native land and :
rowER told of the way people live In
TOWER the Netherlands. Mia van Over- '

......uPSERVICE beek wore her Dutch costume and '
wooden shoes which was the highlight -
of the evening for the youngters -
AouNs Other guests at the supper were
/ Mrs Hugh Leslie and daughter,
FLUSRAWAr Bonnie Sue Leslie of Lake City. :
DRAIN Miss van Overbeek' makes her :
home with the Leslies.

Branford Baptist'

SP-104Y < Monthly Meeting( .. .. '

The WMU Royal Service of the ,.. ,
'it our most important PRODUCT First Baptist Church met last

Monday night for its regular monthly -
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Y resent. .; .
W, Howard St Phone 362.2678 Mrs. R. O. Griffith had charge \ 4r 01#. ,

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