Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
May 13, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


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


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

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OTHINK/UG01, Wellborn PottoficeCongreaMnan Don Fu..aa said 4-11 Club Members Begin Firefly

today that b* bad urged the

With tool C. Wsdtwortb Foatofrtee Department I. I... Hunt To Aid NASA
prove portal facilities at Well Space Program

Another problem. born.
Sitting on the back burner, so to + "Cramped and Inadeoatequarters Suwannte County' contribution to the space age got

peak In this columnt thinking r t4r I Iw In that community off to a start last Friday night when Dr. Grace Lee Pic-

of the problem this county face bave prompted local cltlten U ciolo, the research scientist for the National Aeronauticsand

In caning for Its people a better sub that coMlderatlon be given Space Administration's Firefly project gave more

.life, U the matter of legol or Illegal fr more adequate quarters, than 65 Suwannee County 4-H club members an ex Jana.
tale next of whiskey or M fwqaa said, and we have been Lion of how the firefly will be used

liquor. That sales are made here I4 I4.e assured by the Fenlorflce Department In the nation's .apace night pro-

every day U common knowledge.Most that a survey la to be Hunter Renamed gram.

of those who oppose a return mad In the near future to determine Suwannee County's 4-H Club

to legal sales are older people the nerd ., the peopleat were one of two counties In Flor-

who still cling to prohibition ;: Wellborn." Council Head; ida to be selected by NASA to collect

clan and In many' cases to an undying -, :" ';;;t, rwou said that postal .'ft4I..Ia fireflies that will be used tv
I hope that such tales can' al Indicated that they agreed Finance Pool research: In the space flight pro.

not happen here due to a law prohibiting that faelllllei st this attire were grsm. }

such sales.Unfortunately not sdeoMt and planned Immediate According to Dr. Plcelolo. the ,,!

I it does not work step to see If the alle- chief contribution by the firefly

that way for teenagers In Suwannee : a alien ....Id be corrected.o will be the chemical in the tall I 1

County can buy all the liquor I T + e o of the firefly. This. rare chemical .
they want I am told from one to cannot be made by synthetic

six different sources, while In wet .' Three Robberies means and is only found In the

counties such youngsters are not ...\.,. firefly'
even permitted Inside many liquor "' ," ., Arc Dr. Plcelolo told the group that
stores, for legal sellers operating ChargedTo the chemical will be used In thru

under a license will lose their permits apace programs
pretty quick for selling to SermonsA The chief mission of the

minors. : -r : will be to help complete the
It Just boils down to the fact y, .0 r' 31-year-old Negro has txtn picture of the earth's biosphere _

I that people today under 40 years fly' ,,, ; arrested In connection with thin ht arcs around the earth (m-
of age In most parts of this state b Live Oak lut Thiirt- { tuning life.Another .

and nation Just plain dons understand rObCI. i I use ol the chemical ls

why they cant buy a bottleof was trrtttcd a to) learn al what 'altitude protective

liquor with the same ease they Friday morning at his home liter shroud can be ejected from

can secure a bottle of csttup. Sheriff Duke McCtlltalr had fol- planetary bound .pace-craft with.

There are many people In this .t lowed footprints from the scene Ji ..t out contaminating the vehicles
county who never buy or drink the crimes to the home. with earthly organisms.
the stuff who see our so-called do Dr. Oraee Ue Ftcdelc. reareh seleBlbt 'er the Goddard f paee flight Center's firefly* life d.. Sermons U being chargej with A third UM of the firefly's

law U a detriment to progress and tetUon bMtrwrneat, ls ..._.: ..,IaIa1., the procedure ., catching fireflies to 4-11 club membersLin robbing the Live Oak Laundry, f chemical will be to find out It

growth. It Is rather disconcerting Prevail.1 Ue MeAl,U (Wa_"ski 4-U dab and DOM 0........ ef the Preview Sit 4-11 0.,. Kay's Restaurant 'and Urea srd I r auiwtu** ...-...... ..--.. there Is any organic life from

to bare prospective new resident AU ...a.... CMty 4-11 dabs are partlrlpaiisjg In the project catching fireflies fer the eiprrimeatwhich Webb's qt Service' atatlon. \\, \F.RN\R! HUNTER space In the earth's upper ttnjo-

say they chose another community wUI be laMe U detect .......... ** to the spper eartht .tIn.....,.. Democrat( halt rb...) Sermon misted a eonfee.lon. sphere
In which to live rather than Friday after being presented with W, Vernar Hunter war elected The firefly collection project

Suwannee County on account of vldence that linked> !Mm toh.. president and Norman Prottman was orianlsed on the ..... lint

such a narrow community viewpoint Reaction It FarornblfMcMulIcn Sport Spring than qui'f crime The two pieces of evident vice president of the Live Oak by entomologist John R. Strayerof

I Such remarks com from At School Friday that were significant were a )IWI- City Council In the eouncll't the Florida Agricultural tiuntlon -
jbung people mainly. the Identification of the Met onhis monthly meeting Tuesday night. ""IN. Fred J. Divans, st*
Shows Products At Tb I..a....* high Srb*.!
shoe and &.1hrtl mart* This will mark the third eon.secutlve tlatanl county agent for Suwannee
.. .. rt spring ban. will lie
I have had much to say In this a round the scene of the crime, year that both Hunter County, orianlsed the bat Club
column thru the years about the Florida In OrlandoA held FrMay. May It.. si US and a pair of cufflinks that Set and rrottmtn have held th*** collection project In BuwtnneeCounty
Exposition p.Iii the ...a". .* IIisAieh.e
lack of opportunities for the youthof mote" wearing that were Idea petitions on the Council. Other ,
". Cat.teeln.Tbo .
this county. There Just was not Live Oak food processor baa returned from the '.. ..1 to tpimarvd bytb lifted at pert ol the stolen m.rehandW Council members were retppolnUwt Btrayer gave UM group a lecture
, 'many Job or business: opportunt t* Itantav to fwd the ton OM ih* pvuue dune tn calehVim tIe. .Fr ,
Florida Jnd".trial.E.&potWoJPrlandQ with a gmt Bulldog IUMl pub. ..and e.wMi'.MMA'jsM'WMM ..*-*. w4k tfctt vM-V. lMNN e..1... N Ss 1st. bw.e 11. .
Artiesavailable foe &helL.ItHmUJ
deal of praise. for that event w-'t. -.e.luse S .*>. *.- .... small chtnie from the IM station The Council approved a request i to the research: center without
this trend appears tobe of MoMuMen Food ,, ..y C.*.ley. new head .... 'M ..
hailed *a* ....* awn Md J. L. McMulletir. owner and restaurant end about |16 to underwrite the cost of opera hurting them.
man :s4 our ypotb are findingemplays.nt said he thought that the event wag a treat success and ........ Ilia" Ie..... worth of cloth from the laumtrv Uon of the swimming pool. The To ship the firefly without destroying .

or opportunttlM lat that he was especially pleawd' A sheet SMVtlng ef Ihe Bali- All the stolen goods hive been re* request was made by Mr*. O. W i the valuable chemical.' ,

t this community. One of the things Named with th way his products were deg B.wlers a.1It fa w* thePenes covered lUlveniton and Reerestkm Dlree- Strayer suggested thl the small N

I bear them discuss most often is Ratliff displayed t! the show. baae.*.. Sermons Is being held In the tor IU y Sullivan of the Live gist container holding the flr..
1 MImI that Florida Bern I a Interested IN IheIMIAm Suwannee County Jill and U Oak-Suwaniw County Recreation foes be put In a foam carrier and
the fact they have had no opportunity
to have a vocal In whether President Live lay of Agriculture Doyle Conner ar* ....... to attendIbeeveeit. charted with one count of grand Hoard. dry toe be packed around the con

community Is vet or dry and should receive a great deal of applause (IN*. I ('_II.... ** Paget The agreement of Ihe city le lamer, Shipping of the DrfUa
from food processors of o e underwrite the oat Is contingent will be handled by OVsne.
must accept decision made near
ty JO years ago when mart people Oak James Florida for the supermarket Idea Mother's upon the UM of the pool and **. The project Is scheduled to last
here beeame Incensed ever the of displaying our food products Hospital Week cording: to the rolutlen thai wet eight weeks and according to De-
of feMuDm PSMMI. the city will close the Vane five 4-11 camp scholarshIps
which couple
la a
manner brothers were running liquor The supermarket that Conner' Services Held Observed pool when the number, of people! win be awarded to the eoftpctora 1

stores ....' developed for the show Is where the food producers put certificate will be given to every
lost sent to want an opportunity At Elks National hospital Week win be .
their products in a simulated> supermarket LodgeMother's Dy a unanimous vote, the Cornell one who takes pert, In the project. I
store this
to vote on a package observed In Buwanne County
both buy "
which gives to give Cable
approved a plan
pun. Day services were con- week with Suwsnmw County Hot
pant. It BOW Ume for us to 4 ere and the public a good. chanceto Sorted st the Live Oak Flu Lode, peal serving free coffee. punch TV ef Live Oak a rats rdtof on (County; Farmers
Inspect the pnIdlCt.l."Tbll the
lace the facts of HW In this theaupermat last amidst by the lodge flees and cackles. to all visitors. the four per cent franchise *
i matter of legal or Illegal sale of I Is th* first year for and la honor cf mother According to LoU Johnson adnlnlttrttor company now pays for the elu-
$ at the eipoUon city InConservation
sire rltht to carve the
whiskey this county. Mrs David Kgiletton was givenan of Buwanne County Participate
X really think II .* s great lo>sOur B T Montgomery
Cable TV owner
To continue to let sleeping dogs orchid for being the youncect lofpltal. National lloipltsl Week
..,. and we have a number of company mad many good mother present and Mrs. Luis Is observed to provide th cum s ked the Council tocant ( PlanOver
contacts and we even receivedmew the tsi rUf so the cr' people here who would prefer this Oranbng received one as the eld- munlty an opportunity to kern
be done: Is to Just pat off a matter valuable tips "on UcMulknttsted. how topsekue eat mother sttonding. Following more about the hospital end th pan could mend wrvlc in non Ice SuwtniMe County

I that needs to be decided rowe our peas th pmrfltaUon a short talk was service It provides people In th* city. Mom4om'eltold farmers partielpaUd In the eon.
l > under -
can mow outs other and more >- TIle valuable Up on how to given by A. P. Nott on the hlttoryof An t erat. of ont In every w,. th* Council that current way anvalkm effort through the Ag*
,1 operation the eompan
prating problems. .. Mother Dsy en person require hopiUliutU rteultursl Conservation fregrtma.t
fir package the peas cam to Me. .. nouih lo *.
Mrs Dallas Bland sceontpankrst each ,..,. This mean that wry aver It ws reported .last week
ls In
; Ira from the women needed
Whether we like It or not we are : th piano by MU Karen Ferry person In the community his a penal and the crptr.tnnthe by tinsellolmu/ chairmen of
\ 'k. charge of the lunch room program
Bring la the Great Society and fi\ She sang ttrosongt In eommemors- vested Interest In UM hnrptttl and tae break 10 .put that man"y I the Suwanit County Airtcultur
for Orange County -
1M space .... lion ef Mothers c.,. 1& behooves everyone to become Into additional tl Stabilisation and Conservation
&.1" ; "':
t that MeMulVn put th* pets In the
We. an far the realities of life "J Owns Carver ef law Harry familiar with the hnaplUl. MM. Bill Curdle approached Commlll,

with_._ frnknM s and__ tnUninee et_ If: L. tl-- -- M pound peruses for Uutltn- Anna Crippled> Children Hopt'Ut Johnson said. Council about the matter of providing The Agricultural ConamaUon

we can continue to wait for ..... -uturr I bond aM was special timed of the lodge The Suwtnne County hospital him a raiding( tone prfe Program la a plan that give total)
IIOXXK r According to McUuilen th* M Street Th
one eta .. open up Fandoralbos j I with II members end guests attending. .UI observe open house the entire log span on Howard farmers federal monty to carry
and build a better community Homer *' lUUUt was named JIII'I..1 pound and five pound packagewin week from May f-||. IN.. 1 ('....h.4 en rage III NI "UUQn pracUc**.
Oak be used NIl
for ... president of the Live year
Fanners .ho in IW*
foDowtngaa UdluDen the enhr packerst
the number of Coatmtree was
proper The niche sooner for we Santa recognise Claw. the election el officers at the Tve*. the show to display both frotn I At FlorMa Folk fV./r/ I program usually beer ever M per
ant of the mid of *
State of Florida" and our national day noon snorting of the Jaye***. and fresh peas Dltplsrln both __ _u_..._. ________.._.. program.
Last distributed
win elected to erne with lUtftffww :the Item helped w set ear real year 1110pwar
the better
government we ua .
to farmers In the eounly foe
vie Army
take advantage ef the almost Fred> DtVtne. first good contacts .. an
daily cpportonftte bring present president. ; Jeaa* MlUh-U secondvtco purchasing strut, chained Me llrlpalkm In IK proa-ram.

ed to u* that will bring growth ........... Mall Cross. *..- Maier Arms of the major aceompiuh
awnU were
UtasPmtdent UcMuOrn eurmiUy acne hM progrtm
and progress. rrtsry, and Duane Harper, I
of 1431 Of
MltblUhmcril levee
seer. whit acre brand products to such
George R. Chin) outlets a* Wttn Din, Fublig. permanent ,*,. cover foeration
and ultra
Th same narrow -ClOt and Iafi4 .... ad-
Fwd hit, and Rd and Whit
named Mats dam
eontrrvaUv viewpoint that refuses Day WM t
utmnl: UM IrMliMnl of Ml)
Ronnie (]nom. huh Stores.Th w
TMt laoore. u
to problem
to admit there a
acres of farm land with liming
largest >ntng product forth
Summers and Dbert Sullivan *
con relative: to the legal or Illegal
Material to the growth ef
the board ef a. company Is Its peas. WlU.IftaPI. .
netfted a*
sal ef whiskey, till knew ear from were legumes and own for mU ....
also sett
moving ahead In keeping with vetoes for the rsesrng year company
hit and string brans. prov**int and protection; thoMtsblUhmaAl
AH new mcrt win take office e"r peas
other adjotni&g agesIt
ef ISO saves In farm
Jane first.Willanl" Let year It produced over IMyM i
pounds of canned and fromputt. F t forests: and Ihe te prev.mnt of
never hurt a person or com* :I and according to Me 1M If,.. *f ,.*.l0,e cover forN
mousy to face wp to proUrou.Cattlrmm Patterson Gets wdl pro cuon.
S. UuOen. rip cis to produce ever
RrrojtnhlonWDlardA smlOoo this | I C'MUnM*) M rage II
ioUrthIp 11 cne pound year
To .rattwioa Jr.Is th re* I Its prsdacts are dMtrt ute4 3

Mffting llerr Friday eripient ef the nard tor the beet frost Alabama to South Florid Jaycees To //ofIDlitrtct
atthe IK* I C_ls a4 > Fag IIMcAtpin
TV toortirtr nwHtag *f tb smile. to freshmen chrtntMry Cuufiti liens

'....... CMrty'1Arodell. north*.
FrWU WUUaat T Srantley. HTJC Tto Uv IH* leohw Cbas*
.. .. .. held
.., Community tor W VMMWTM wM .*.! tb*
Kay 1/. to the Oisli es t. J. W, chemistry ......, said w. v
bad ....,4 averse of X + 4 s. r tNatrlcl T"C.> ._
-Beddy Oat .. M..Mrt O-w I son aa Club JIm Tonight r
I bees that week ... will. the
a iuwtir ........ ,***... a4aoetav owl / sv posiihle IM.Fwtenoa .
wffl b* was pn-wotH. a hand AM Itimtn are awed .. J .Mibm to t4 ......, si the

tnarbel spews I boot of ctktsaMry and pnytMeby cord cbscbm **rv gt-vo bv -_. -- -- ---- -- ..._ Cetwtfy Oatal I.M.s

tb sgwabtr.Ftoaid s4":.CVarir Seises use I the Chemical Iftavber cpuI. -. I. the MaAhjto CMwMMy lat* I*) the phase *4 tae Ml Geai. W.,.... (.M|""*| aef rs a 1.. gvlUr s4 the rUrhU ,.. *.. l......>,. May Is.Dfatrtot .

*a a> neglemew to seM end pnwoaes (.leg u 0. ....u.. revival si While tsvtoge k4 w....... At Wle J.eph.. JeHfe .. MMS**.***** a4 li.<.... These W tbe fWts

bring Shot ...... to Ale *..rner A IM4 sradueto eBgb < ........ 'CimmuMr Or** r teoifhlfTbartdsyl Jds BOt at ...*.. al the rlcU. At the riots l*..1 lODeesrt Is .....* pivyug. M* ,**... ntM .Satins..... M ee.wtwd el sins .
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EDITORIALFacts It Ilappened In ..

Suwannee County, Florida. .

Not Fancies NeededOrganization FrontBy 1915-1940-1955 1

of a campaign to present their names. We have no intention of permitting -

the facts relative to current school needs name calling personal attacks.In Doyle K.

this county as well as facts about equaliThus those who elect present their opin- ConnerWhat Taken From The Filet Of .

zation of assessments is now being: perfecIons in this newspaper should confine their Is believed to be the first TILE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT!

ted and should be welcomed by all residents comments to the subject and be sure their Farm Progress Show to be stagedin

of the county. Later this year the enthusiasm does not result in remarks of Florida Is being planned by the

people of Suwannee County will be given poor taste. Klwanls agricultural committee of 1915On their,leaf on the Live Oak market ber of Commerce voted to handle

an oportunity to decide the future, of pub- It will no doubt be several months before Marlanna.It Wednesday at 3:30: Miss last year were advised this week the annual Tobacco Queen contest
will take August 13 on bat by the county agent that their reception during the coming Tobacco Festlval .
lie education in this county! the mechanics of calling and holding place Hackney of Wellborn was
feels that in- bond election be satisfied. In the Informed a farm operated by Hal Flemingand to a proposal by the tobacco Tuesday after hearing Louie
This newspaper only an a can married to Mr. H. O. Forester by section of the U. S. Department C. Wadsworth. Chamber of Commerce
people can determine what is bestfor terim, we should freely discuss the problem his son Fred about 10 miles Rev. Patten of the Presbyterian of Agriculture will decide president present
north of Marianna near the borders overall
this county's children. With this in with friends and neighbors for there of Alabama and Georgia. An Church at the home of the bride. whether they will have a tobacco plan for this year's festival.

mind, we invite letters to the editor both is much at stake in how we eventually meet attendance of several thousand Miss Hackney II the only daughter grading at the market this year

for and against the school bond issue so the question of adequate education for our Is expected. of Dr. and Mr*. Thos. J. Hack- Rodney Tyson was elected

that our readers can have facts not fan- youngsters. According to Hal chairman of ney and one of Wellborn' most Beginning their tour of duty at president of the High School Par-

cies on which to base their ultimate deThis newspaper shall continue to pre- the Kiwanis committee about |1 attractive and high accomplished: a special called meeting Thursday ent Teacher Association at the

cision. sent facts as they are and will confine our million worth of the newest laborsaving young ladles. night of last week Live Oak's group's regular meeting last week

There are those who sincerely oppose opinion to the editorial page and in the farm machinery and The Live Oak School will come newly-elected City Council elect- He will succeed T. J. Kennon

such a bond issue and that is their privi publisher's column which reflect the thing- equipment will be shown much of to a close Friday.night when the ed Claude Hackney veteran councilman -
It to be demonstrated under field president of tM body and Approximately: 400 persons were I
There also those who feel the ing of this exercises will be held
lege. are newspaper. : graduation
band for
Wiley Grantham. another veteran on the 4-H Club's
conditions. Many of the machine an
bond issues is the only way schools! here We shall support the bond issue for he says are not yet In generaluse and diplomas awarded the mem- president pro tern nual Rally Day program here lad

can be improved. careful study and months of work seeking In Northwest Florida bers of the senior class. Class exercises Saturday night In the school audi

Not many sincerely believe, school faan answer to good schools has presented will be held this evening at Meeting Tuesday, the Board of torium. Meritorious Plaque

cilities now being used are adequate or no other solution that will do what needs I the Baptist Church with the following Public Instruction cccepted architect I i Award were presented to Dr. J D

desirable. to be done. The Flemings father and ton, program: Piano solos Mrs. drawing and ipeof.c- Martin and Mr*. Henrietta Blue
are firm believers In the worth of H. F. Alrth and Miss Vannle Drew Uon for the of the partof during the
Thus there should be free and prolific It is hoped that residents of this coun- replacing evening' program,

discussion so that all facts can be brought ty will seek for themselves every bit of modern machines and equipment.They've Salutatory. Mattie Wolfe. Vocal Thompson.Solo, the McAlpin School demolished
about 180,000 worth History Helen
by fire April 20 and authorised Members of the Suwannee
information posible dealing with the
to light ques- and It takes only the two of themto Mrs. C. H. Blackburn. Bias Poem
publishing notice for bid on constructing County Cattleman'
Those who feel the bond issue is wrong tion and look very closely at halftruthsand operate with practically nJ Laura Dixon. Chorus the class. to
the of
project. guest J.
and not good for this county are entitled to distortions to see just what is behindbe help their 1,350-acre farm. Prophecy: Lucretia Anderson. Vocal Brantly at the Pontius Edward Dreahn

heard and this newspaper will publish such statements whether such remarks be They have COO acres under cultivation Solo Mrs. J. R. Monahan. Eleven of the 13 bids turned Plantation near O'Brien last

their comment just as quick as it will those for and against the bonds. corn peanuts wheat Will Myriam White. Duet Eliza- into trustee of the state' Internal night (Thursday) following a bull

who favor the bond issue. Personalities have no place when t eWe 'oats and rye. They run a herd of beth Bardln and Annie Mae Dorm Improvement Fund at Talb- and pasture tour that took the

will not, however, publish letters future of our children could well be at ISO brood cows Angus and Hereford n. Valedictory Henry Lewln. hisses for the first local sale of group to a number of Suwannee

or articles unles the author or authors sign stake. and feed out all their calves land under the Murphy Act on County farm
about 140 head a year) to choice The City Council consisting ofF February 5 were approved Circuit
grades for marketing at an average S. Parramore. O. H. Davis M.L. !
Court Clerk J. L. McMullen was Two Suwannee River bridges
About of 1,025 Burnett. Walker Payne S. J.
weight pounds.
Informed this week. will receive name In honor of I
The Flemings came to FloridaIn White. E. J. flume and J. V. ',
L/zCt/zei three members of the current lei-
This 1961 from Indiana. They: acquired Peeler met Monday night The Mrs. Alfred Alrth. member of I blsture under term of bill in-1
the Wynn's Landing plantation last four named men are new
the flower show committee of the troduced Wednesday by Rep f
And on the Chlpola River Fred member Live Oak Oarden Club announced Homer Putnal of Lafayette Coun-|
and his family live on the farm this week name of winners In the
(7J1 his father and mother In Marlan Speaker Hardee and Senator various competition at the an- r .
That Johnson Sunday with their
nual flower show sponsored Friday
to show you how they operate families In Live Oak. Homes
by the
club under the direction Two-Story
one man can plant about 40 -
of Mrs. W. E. NanU. chair
Hillbilly Music Highway Unlimited acres a day using the biggest At a meeting of the Modern man. ,Becoming More PopularDuring
tractor International Harvester I Woodmen of America held last
Continued success of hillbilly music give moat It Is a bright picture being painted In Tallahassee makes hauling discs and drills. night deputies D. B. Kelly andB. two-story the post-World home declined War H

non-hillbilly font a distant pain. Not only do they these days regarding road prospects. Just That compares with an average C. Perkins submitted the namesof 1955 period to thronestory
In popularity way
deem hillbilly music completely noncultural but about every section of the state Is being promised for one man about about 15 acres forty applicant who were accepted "ranchYar1et1..

they regard the magnitude of its follwolng a* a the fourlane roads It wants If the 1300,000,000 bond Hal tells me.Constant as members. District Head Construction on new buildings they showing .
to Today, however are
house at
unit the
a duwinnee
flippant contradiction to America' aspirations to issue Is passed Improvement b thlr Deputy Meyer Levine, of Gainesville County Health Department In new life and exciting ne)

status In the cultural realm. For our area we are told US 27 will be four- watchword and this year they was In attendance and addressed Branford will get underway this form. According to the Southern

It b hard to Ignore the fact that million of land from the northern state line to Miami; that plan to mechanize their feeding the camp.. week. The new building win be Pine Association key factors Ir.
It will by push
hlllybllly; records are sold each year In the United Alternate 37 will be fourlaned: and that State operation so run located on the county property this comeback are the modern appearance -

States. Blight or blessing, the country seems to Road CO will be four-laned from Lake Wales to buttons. adjacent to the public rest rooms I and economy achiever

be In for more of the same. Perhaps In several Vero Beach. 1910Canvass I on Suwannee Avenue.Representative with modern method In two-itorv:

{ ImnOMd unI hlUblUy rouMo IOM IU w4.Two of these projects have been sought by A second hearing for its study of the ballot cut In. building
spread POPUlar.appeal, u may beoome tt\. baits for lk Wa'. for some Urn and ...rt.alnba". of the poultry Industry has been the first Democratic Primary last Houston W. Wood plank and beam construe:
some cultural cult. many good arguments to support them. The our- scheduled by the National Commission Tu*.dmy mid little change on the Roberts informed sits officials lion for .*M |.. ..../ wa(-*

Jazz despised and derided as. uncultural in Its lanlng of both Highway 27 and CO is vital to our on Food Marketing for I' county totals a* carried In bat here Saturday that the special functional pattern with char
in entire. area both June 34-28 at Minneapolis Minn. week's Issue of this newspaper. legislation extending the city limIts simplicity! ,
early days is now accepted the polite society. economically and from a safety .
The first was due to be held at of the City of Live Oak cleared e
Quite a cult has around mountain balviewpoint. outI
grown up Atlanta this week May 13-15). Live Oak will take cognizance the House In Tallahassee last Friday Hospitals now deliver 17
lads.In The third project the four-lanlng of Alternate For fruits and vegetable a of the work of the Professionaland eevry 100 birth In the Unit''

England there Is considerable Interest In 37 came as somewhat of a surprise a* we know hearing ha been set for June 10- Service Division of the Work State, compared to 17 of

elite circles in the folk songs of past centuries of no organization which has even suggested such 11 at McAllen. Texas and on processed Projects Administration In the Members of the Junior Cham 100 In 1939.

songs at which the culturally Informed undoubtedly a need. Florida has much growth ahead of It and products July 8-10 at San city and county during the week.

looked down their noses as being too uncouth all highways will be bearing more traffic five or Francisco May 20-25, which ha been proclaimed

and common at the time. ten years from now However the practicability In the meantime growers who throughout the nation as For The Beat In

It U possible that the main thing culturally of 4-lanlng Alternate 27 where it parallels US 27 have been dependent on Imported .w PA. Community Week", and

wrong with hillbilly music Is its popularity? When for so many miles II 1 questionable supplemental farm labor are findIng proclaimed In the city and county ROOFING.

popular Interest dwindles maybe U will become Its conclusion on the overall list makes us It difficult to make production a* such by Mayor J. Marvin Phillip CALLCOLliCT
for the next .
plans season *
"clever", a part of American folk heritage and pause and wonder how many of the roads In the STANDARD ROOFING

therefore acceptable In better circles. plan are really needed and how many are Includ- ,Spesaard L. Holland who led

Future generations will not find It necessary ed Just to gain support from a particular region Californians are unhappy because the field In the May T primary for nd

to hunt and scratch for evidences of this phase ofAmerica's -Lake Wales News Secretary of Labor Willard Democratic nomination for governor SHEET METAL CO.

musical history There should be enough S Wins relaxed his ban on ofbhore of the state, speaks from the
labor to help Florida grower, but 211 So. St._ Ph. 2.-2648
records to last for hundreds of years. Courthouse step In Live Oak atone Ashley
referred the western problems to
Jackson County Florldan MarIanna Secret lJ/ll"Plmu'" o'clock this afternoon. FREE
a fact finding panel. BEST ROOFERS
S In today's tense and fast-moving world mil The California Asparagus Association -

lions of us are perplexed confused or unhappy. has gone on record Tobacco grower who marketed
Right Choice
Too many of us are so caught-up in the race for the against seeking foreign labor
Although the United States practically alone dollar, or survival that we fall to do much clear stating It cannot meet the Wlrt
In Its opinion of the steps to be taken In
proper thinking, or develop a philosophy of life. "criteria" because:
connection with the current crisis In the DominiTru. happiness\ only possible when one has ((1) Coat of Interstate recruit
can Republic President Johnson is moving resolutely developed ment Is too high and un-
a philosophy of his AU
o..n. of us have
ahead In his determination to ue whatever productive;
our deficiencies and our handicaps and the sooner t tOT ENOUGH .
((2) Minimum wage standards
strength is necessary to keep this "civil war" from
we all realise that
we art limited, In the
of II40 an hour cannot be
turning Into another Cuba-type fiasco better off we will be. met ands RAIN TO WET
lie has made his choice with courage, and It
The secret of happiness Is a philosophy of ( ) It doe not wish to furnish
Is the k
right choice.
mind. If one can develop a philosophy Wherein the detailed Information required -
Whether the U. S. today has better Inside Information A STAMP
he seeks to help others. Is thankful for all that by: the Labor department -
than it used to have or whether it has he has and for all of God's gift and blessings before certificationfor

a bolder President. ls open to debate. Either way he can be happy with relatively little That Is not Imported labor will even
the fact remains that Lyndon Johnson showing be considered..
to say that one need want only relatively little but
greater determination In the field of foreign policy It b to According to The Packer produce
point out that happiness a state of mind
than has been evident In the White House since publication 10 of California W
and a phlllsophy, and not the state of a bank account '
largest tomato canners have
Harry Truman ordered U. 8. troops Into Korea
or of material pa+eseealona. slowed In
back In 1050. reported growers were
-Coco* Tribune getting the INS crop planted. Only a.TIME
Coupled with the step-up of our military activity -
a 45 per cent of the INS acreage
In Viet Nam the ending of thousands of
had been planted through April
American coops Into Santo Domingo should convince If you listen carefully, you may be surprised 10. It appear likely they will need .

even the most reluctant Communist that at the Information some of your friend ha,.. supplemental labor when harvest

Uncle Sam Is tired of playing Uncle Patsy time come

-Polk County Democrat BartowA A California survey revealed
55 The} Suwannee Democrat average consumer reaction to the

farm labor situation to be: to save for a rainy day. You'll smile and feel gay
Great Temptation OF UVE OAK FLORIDA "I think grower could get

to be A four-laned list of the should highway Governor and parts Burn of $300 highway million "1 nth* near o l the SSIIMMIM HI.*,. r.. .," and enough harvest domestic their labor crops to If grow they when you have 'money in the bank' to cushion emergenciesor

.. BANNER paid high enough..., but I
bond Issue LEADER
go through was published In the to an opportunity when it
) August I. Iln Established 18M would not be willing or' at .WaU grasp comes.
dally papers last week. When yybIi edlie
a particular
locality h Thursday at fine Comnvr Stress happy to pay higher price for
U to get something special out of a proposal U II -
Louie C. Wadsworth.... Editor & Publisher fresh fruit and vegetable.
a great temptation to be tor U whether the matter
Is Clara 3. Wadsworth....... Associate Editor
economically sound or not. We remember the
late W. E. Algee used Walter Lee Olive...... Advertising Motels have been getting bigger .
to say when he was Secretary Foremen
of the Chamber of Commerce George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop more plush and more numerous -
: hen that the federal "
I Second class Pottage Paid At IJv. OO-P'IoI1da: In recent year To keep op
government wu putting the money out and be BUBSCRIPnOM Buwannee County 14 00 with the competition, or to itet

believed In our getting it while we could. Proposed RATES Outside Buwannee County t>00 ahead of It. they offer new eon-

extensive four-lanlng would have some perhap ALL aUBaORTpTIONa Payable fa Advance venleaee almost every year.
Brest Influence on the voting in such locality W* Swimming pools and TV treat.

hara been listed for a small amount of four-lanlng Dew but the trend ha started. BANK

In the 'proposal from Madison east to the Junction VTH/PKR OP e r toward enclosed, heated poob tar ICOMMERCIAL

with 8B I. but since we are already: four-laned, Florid Pre*.AMoriatIoaBUWANMB ccu.n year-'round ..... and a color TV --

. to the truck atop, it b only a abort distance more set In eYer11'OO11L. .
to the junction and that would not make any different LIVE OAK FLORIDA
,.__ Dent tram your dog to hunt ,
la the viewpoint hne.Ila4Jaon. ./ __.... w
turkeyo '
,, M rtfubtton prohibit
Enterprise-Recorder bunting turkey with dot. .

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October, 1964, HAYDON BURNS, Then A Candidate For Governor Of

Florida, Said! In A Magazine Article e e"I : j'
Apparently The Governor Believed As Recently As Six Months Ago That


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Hospital Needs More Today 'Than- Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire I, Two- Homes Are Destroyed. Bv tI Fire- I .

I Two fires of undetermined origin "It only left me enough tim!
swept through homes In Su- Jump out of bed and to
Nurse And Doctor For Good Care wannee County last week. clothes on," McCallister comment-get 1n1 .

"The day when the doctor and standing of hospitals. This year's The trailer home of Marvin ed.
nurse were the only people neededIn national theme is "People 'Hunter, colored was destroyed by According to Deputy sheriff
fire last Friday about 12 noon Buddy Phillips about 1.500 !
a hospital has long passed, Heart of the Hospital" I ?
Lois Johnson, administrator of "Even though science and tech I The fire completely destroyed the personal and household Item were
Suwannee County Hospital says. nology contribute remarkably to ti;: : I trailer before firemen could arrive. lost In the blaze.
still needed In full patient care, people continue to be yfi The heat of the fire was 10 10- McCalllster was the only memo
measure K I tense that a refrigerator door was ber of his family In the house
but they are assisted by the most important element in the dur.
many other specially educated and hospital," Mrs. Johnson says sealed to the refrigerator Ing the time of the fire HI* w-
trained people who contribute to Mrs. Johnson cited not only the r"p I 1 Loss In the blaze was estimatedat was in south Florida visiting reLt.
for the trailer and Uves.
about $3,000
total patient care. physicians and the persons employed -
In some ways today's hospitals by the hospital, but also ? $1,000 for personal Items. Most of
resemble small cities They cen- the many more individuals In the I the loss was covered by Insurance Cancer Society To Hold
tralize in one institution many of community who are contributing W I Another fire last Monday com-
the essentials of every day life and to the hospital's objectives by pletely destroyed the home of Albert Workshop Thuixlav
many of the services we regularly serving as members of the governing .dwl i ,. McCalllster three miles northof The cancer society will hold an
use. They provide not only room board or on one of the volun- Live Oak. all-day workshlp Thursday ,today -
and board, but also have a "drug teer groups wt J EF. The fire broke out about 11:00 ) In the home of Mrs Moran(
library, Is and In less than 30 minutes Miller.A .
store" a power plant a "Today's hospital really a p.m.
and In many cases a "school" for hundred or more different kindsof completely l leveled the small farm I II covered dish luncheon win
budding professional personnel. people dedicating their minds i M I home, according to McCalllster. be served at noon
These facilities, of course, are hands, and hearts to the task of _
all] In addition to the technicaland making others well," Mrs. Johnson '
scientific services which con said. "It is through their efforts. ____
tribute to patient recovery. that the community Is able toI I. t.:7P.: cL __ -
"All of these facilities and ser- benefit from the advances of I. _
vices make the hospital one of thecommunity' medical science."
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largest employers I II --+
says Mrs. Johnson. "In fact, an I
of out of 35 Associational School At
average one every per- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PHONE J6Z-J1U
sons works In the hospital
Weatwood MondayThe Adults JOe-Children SOe-Tax Included
"This week Is National Hospital
Week, a time designated annuallyby Suwannee Missionary Associational -
the American Hospital Associ Sunday School meetIng nk1 w ra0al r-. .. BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE
ation to extend under- will be held at the Westwood destroyed by fire last Saturday Open 12:43-Merle 1:00:
public Picture shows the trailer home of Marvin Hunter after It was completely
Baptist Church Monday, May IT, Sunday Through Friday Opens IU-MOYIe
to the refrigerator t;00
of door sealed
week Heat the fire WM so intense that a refrigerator was
at 7:45: p.m.
Fresh VegetableCurb The school will consist of eight WEDNESDAY, MAT IS
different classes to be held on the I I
teaching of the Bible National Forests In State Draw Two MillionFlorida's COMPLETE FILMS OF
Market The Rev. Truett Comer of the
Dlvonla Baptist Church Jasper, I three national forests Floridians and visitors to the pleasures. ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENXEDT
Is director for the school had more than two million visitor state, the Florida State Chamberof i "Southwest of Tallahassee Is the
Opens FridayThe last year and materially helped Commerce commented In its 558,000 acre Apalachlcola National FOUR DAYS IN NOVEMBERCARTOON :
(Office Supplies at McCrlmon's) meet the recreational needs of Weekly Business Review released I Iyesterda Forest which comprises most
Fresh Vegetable Produce of two counties Ample recreational -
Curb Market, sponsored by the facilities are provided and I
Suwannee County Rural Areas in ( ampfirea "Ocala National Forest, located the enormous extent of this area THURSDAY-FRIDAY. MAY 1S-14 :
v ur
Development Council Inc.'. Curb east of that city, was establishedby gives rare opportunity to visitorsto
Market Committee will Friday alu6 proclamation of Theodore "
open BERG live an especially rugged life. THE FOOL
May 14 SPRING CRAPPIE FISHING Roosevelt In 1008. It has the distinction '
The market will be In operationat of being the oldest national CARTOON
Kent's A. & W Rootbeer DriveIn forest east of the Mississippi Hospital Stay DeclinesThe .
on South Ohio Avenue each River, Facilities for outdoor average patient's hospital SATURDAY .MAY IS 1
Tuesday and Friday mornings living, for hunting and for fish stay is nearly half u long todayas
from 6:30 am until 11:00 am. ing abound within Its 382000: It was 25 years ago The average -
All farmers in the county are acres, stay In 1935 was 14 days and
Invited to sell their produce thru "Osceola National Forest, north today it Is 7.7. The decline I Is attributed .I
this local operated and sponsored east of Lake City, has the heaviest to better medicines, new
market. timber stand of the three areas in equipment and improved treatment 8UNDAY4MONDAY-TUESDAY. MAY 14-17-H 1 t
The farmers are asked to bring Florida and concentrates on for- tI I
only fresh, well-prepared vegetables est research though recreational HOW TO MARRY YOUR WIFE
and produce and sell themat facilities are available. Its area A general hospital employs 241
recommended prices which will comprises 157,000 acres Including persons to care for every 100 patients CARTOON NEWS
be established weekly by the Curb a 3.000 acre lake and facilities In 194, the ratio was 148
Market Committee There will be YOU AT THIS TIME Of for public enjoyment of water employees for every 100 patients
no charge made for selling the If ARE USING A OVER DEEP HOLES, ITECRAPPIES YOUR
chase their fresh vegetables and THERE THE HOOK. BUT DO IT GENTLY AND PLAY .. ,
produce from this market. THE CRAPPIE WITHOUT TOO MUCH PULL ON YOUR ROD OR YOU'LL ,+ ,,.

DO YOU HAVE AN :1 t. .
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AA Group ready to MINNOW.FIRE .
help you

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t At Annual Meeting -, New Officer For RAD Committee

I' Thomas Named President Suwannee Baked Chicken PiquantA i

. Rural Area Development CouncilThe -me1 Low-Calorie Tempter I

annual meeting anJ ban had been received that the con-
quet of the Suwannee County grew would be held In Lire Oak In If ALICE DINHOIFBAKED

Rural Area Development Council 1968. chicken can be de- K tap finely' rated
wa held last week it the Coli Matthew Jackson outlined the Uclou. especially for the lemon peel
aeum. plan of the organization to takeover calorie-counter who may jet a U e. fresh" lemon Juice
Highlight of !the meeting was the USDA Hog Cholera Era S trifle fed up with broiled IK c. water
the election of 11 council member dlcatlon Station when the facility r chicken diet mainstay. Sin flour salt and nutmeg
to the board of directors of the close: In June of this year \ So her*''* a recipe that may together; act aald.
organization The previous boardof Jackson explained that a com I help Mix butter and sugar, beat.
director had seven member mittee had discussed the project 4 Inr until light and Huffy. Add
Member of tM new board of with economists: from the University N CHICKEN PIQUANT n yolk one at a time, beat
directors are Mrs. Rosenna Oran- of Florida and they told the 1 ready-to.cook broiler- Ing well after each addition 4
vllle Mr*. Fred Haaa. Mrs. Robert committee that they believed 1 fryer, cut la quarter fold In flour mixture, Mend
lemon cut In halve
Engstrom. Norman O. Protamsn. farmers In the area could get y4 \\ng welt Add grated lemon
each dried
H tap thyme
Laure B. Roberson. Henry M. Fol. from one to one and a half cent leave, crushed and dried peel. Juice and water, mixing
sour, Matthew Jackson Pomeroy more per pound of pork If the station bull, crushed well. Beat eggwhite* until

Carter Howard Thomas Maurice should remain open. 4\k\ : 1 Pepper and salt to taate they stand In suit peak; fold
Schofield. and Leon McDonald. Norman Protsman. outgoingvice Place chicken quarter aft lightly' Into lemon mixture
Howard Thomas was elected president of the Council wa shallow baking Spoon Into custard cup, filling
president of the council for the master of ceremonies for the pro I t4 juice from H pan.lemon Squeea over each three-quarter full Place
coming year. Maurice Schofield gram. v chicken Sprinkle with half the in shallow pan containing 1-ln.
will be vice president Mrs. Fred e thyme and sweet bull; season hot water. flake at 390 r. JO
H.... secretary and Mrs. Robert Grouped above ar* the officers and director *f the local AR.\ mmlttee named at the annul with eats and pepper Bake uncovered to 33: min or until top ar*
Engstrom. treasurer. Last Rites For meeting last week. at 400... 40 to BO min firm. Serve 6 at 130 calorie

Schofield told the council: of the They .... front row, left a. right, Mr. RoBlnl Graitvllle. 1\11'1. Fred llaa. Mrs Robert Fntatrom Turn chloken; aqueei Juice' per Itrvln,. '

many plan In that have been developed Owens Are Held Norman Protamaa. Laura B. Robrnon. Henry M. Folsom. ; bark row, left t* right, Matthew JaekaoaPomerey from remaining lemon half over lent To low wind-calorie up her French** an dreeIng. xol-*-
County thru Carter Howard Thoma and Marta ScherVM.MIW quarter, then sprinkle with remaining .
the Rural Area Development herb and .
salt and pepper
Council. Sunday May 9 to taate. Bake 18 to S3 min CITRUS FRENCH: DEWING
Some of these projects Includean I Joanna Tuacrios World' Fair Hostess Funeral ServicesFor mere or until chicken la don. K 0. fresh lemon Jute
In-depth study of poverty InSuwannee Funeral erivcea were held for & Each quarter I II 150 calorie. H e fresh orange juice
Miss Joanna fall her
Taacrloe. daughter return in the to continue
County; a plan to havea William P. Owens of Branford. 1 top prepared mustard e
of Mr and Mr*. Nicky M. Taac- atudle While we're counting calorie,
dental clinic to work on adults Sunday May 1. In the New Mag- Foss Held! how about Jowalorl dessert garlic clove JNI'tt'4lbp.tu S
rice has been employed by the a aDraprrate
and children
from low Income nolla Baptist Church. The Rev thatUdeUciouiTLOWCALonno t y
families; a plan to start a program N. L. Martin and the Rev. James United Sates Pavilion New YorkWorld' Groom H tap salt <
In vocational training to McKelthen officiated at the arr Fair Here Monday U tap each pepper and1- I
provide course to train people In vices. Burial was In the Wellborn Last week MU Taacrlo was Tampa It wa no Joke when LEMON CAKE PfDDlXQ dried bull crushed ;
certain skills: a plan to have a Cemetery. hostess to Prince Benedekt of a young man called the Tampa Funeral service were held for a tbap, flour Obmbla an tngrtdteaU fea .
project to hire a-number of pew Owen wa a retired blacksmith Denmark and to former President Tribune Society department and Fredrick Alton rota, lifetime re* M tap salt small saucepan Place over low
Income Individual to develop II and wa a member of the New Dwight D. Elarnhower.Mb asked the name of the church I an dent of Suwannr County Monday H tap. nutmeg or mace heat stirring to blend. Heat
camp site along the Suwarwe Magnolia Baptist Church of Branford Tsacrto U a junior tt which he wa to be married lie May 10. at Daniel Memorial I tbap. softened butter just to boiling. OHO. aCU WB
River; and a plan to have a swine H* wa born In 1881 and Florida State University and wilt was already running late and remembered Chapel!. The Rev. J. W, Ball)I., or margarine before serving.Make. .
evaluation station for Suwannee died May 8. In a hospital near the details of the wedding former pastor of Weatwood Baptist ie. sugar % cup. Thr. art 19
County. Jacksonville eight grandchildren and 14 great- had been sent to the Tribune. Church. conducted the aer 5 eggs. separated to 10 calorie per aervtaf.

Thomas presented' a report of Survivor include_ the widow.. grandchildren. Th make-up man found the story vice with Interment In the Mc-
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the history of rural redevelopmentIn Mrs. Julia Annie Owen of Branford Active pallbearer were Donald and was help. Clellan Cemetery ----- --

Suwannee County to the council ; two daughter. Mrs. Geraldine Owen, Bobby Owens Herbert .eThreefourths Mr Foes was a retired farmer
and gave a brief outline of the Hlnley of Jacksonville, and Owens. Kenneth Newsome. of all drug, anttbloUca and wa born In 18114. He died of
project that have been accomplished -' Mrs. Sallie Rays Camp of Gainesville Charles[ Rowe, Gerry Taylor, and and vaccine in hospital a lingering Illness May 8, In Live SPECIAL EVENTIT'S

by the organization ; two son*. Emeat Owen.: Jerry CrlswUl. use today. were unknown ten year Oak.Survivor
One of the major projects the Macelt'n",. and Melvin Owen, Funeral arrangement were un- ago. Include the widowSusan
group ha been working' on U to Branford; a tep-on. Mae Bryanof der the direction of the James B e a Nettle Foes of Uve Oak;
bring the Southeastern Duroc Lake City; two sister Mr Daniels Funeral Horn of Branford three daughters Mr*. Doris Orll
Congress to Live Oak Thomas ROM Johnson of Lire Oak. and lOffk 8-ppll. at MrCHmon'a) fin and Miss Joan POM, both of
told the group that information Mr. IDYll Hunt of Wellborn; Live Oak and Mr. Haarl Clrm
mom, Orovrlarvd, four some. Kmmett ,
and Alfred POM both of 14 v,
TECH 0 0 Oak, Murry Foes of Jackaonvllle,
and Carl L. Foes of Ohio: two +
.later*, Mr. Vertl Sabine of Uv ll a 1
Oak and Mr. Cora Helton of ,
James B. Daniels .JHIS 13 CA' THC
1' I a Jacksonville; three brother Fl: -
met and Archie Fuse both of Jack
{ IEVEI somlll. and Letter Poaa" of Live

Funeral HomesLIVE ? a Oak ten grandchildren The survivor also l Include

Active pallbearer were L. IOlll .
OAK and BRANFORD Roger Lord Marlon Alderman wiuv
Ira Home, Jack Cross and .
Phil Brim.
Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- 'I'M James a. UaatsL ".,.,.. ., '1
Horn ol Lire Oak bad Jliarge of 1'I
equipped ambulance on; call : twenty. I east LOMeauc.t roar UWL ago I rrangmnU.
four hour each day In both Live Oak toss son toss torts roe acme. +FYF y 'II I
.CAsuslelars ear 05 OCCASION
and Branford. Many In Honpttal 4
Nearly 14 million persons are
M4 patient In hospitals on any give
day. More thin half of them
pI 1730174)tall. >> are In psychiatric Ilea

362 3333 935 -4100 SC
o t v gal ace home large hospital a,... 300
r use LIVIL TO VtITltatLTSt
or more different Job clattlflcatlorvi. -
LIVE OAK BRANFORDJ. sat starts $TaawNT e .

B. DANIELS JrL, LF.D. SAC taiati t.1uolwat'ase.w '

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YOUNG HO fling COUNTY to enroll In SCIIOOLSPr..regisUatioe of the pupil lint grad plan TIME FOR

for the fall INS semester will take
place for a period of fir. days
from June 1 thru June II. 1005.: YOUR FAVORITE SALE
under policies adopted by the
Board' of Fdu<*tlon. Parenta or

GO CHEVRON Ins their guardian tots choice.period may rrgMer at the pupil school dur of OF THE YEARPECHGLO

Th principal of the school to
which application ha been mad
will be reapmwlble for Unml
Ion of the Initial AaalgnimntPom
to the County School Board
Put that Young; Ho aplrlt In for pfocKQJlna. If the Board can r "

your carl You ,.t. head alert not aaalgn a child to the Ittlool (1fI %
to which the parent cipreMrd a = '
% 'l1G
to. fun and frirrai* when you fill
S prefrreno. because of ;; i
with Chevron' the lurlrCuwtom
up tdnna, the parent win be noUrtrd
gasoline. .ma
'' car and the way you drive. Try them for choice of achaol. 'rt"'o" a rnct iMighlful'<< rayon ant njlamromMiullon.
In event of overcrowdm. **-
Hew, /MwYirr power, new fun! You'll kn. gnmenU win be nad wlUiout fret luturtoucool! ant!

their whiipquit. performance, tin. Gt regard' to rao. lOW or national I,,.... a* a fluff of (xiwiler next lo lie sain.Whlrli .

,. Chevron today at your nearest. Htandanl orlctn and prtortly In aal niM tU I la why M) nunr drvolrrt, who' Insist I

.u tion, where k.laJ*brtttr can of wYrcr. win. be liven. to UMM pupils who em IVchtlo |.NinlLr all year rourcl, wouldn't
/ /110' hive |OM | to the school Those
who arc rejected ......... of overcrowdlM dream of suloainf lhe 'JM'cLtlliml'rJ ttm*
will be noufd and p"r- Mting.
Ice S milted. U m**. an *ff cttre chat**
I.- 01 another arnool. YOUR FAVORITE BRIEF

j pS The Choice I* .".... to the (rrl,d.rly 71.25 rock)
parent or guardian and the (hfld.rachn .
Y *. prtnel *U and other now 3 for only $3.25
N e school personnel| we not permitted
M atfvt**. n oaiiand ar ethr Slut 4 lo 7, .
..*. anflnniM the WWan; nor
wffl school prowl enter f*.. $1M 8, rr7r 11.50 each now 3 for 3.831

or penatta children b.ta<. ef the
twice *M4*.
a+ Children not pre-regbund IISpekig
mar be Iegtda.d at th*
f1i .. sea'' sheet of their choke an tfaue ofAogat

ttgfrlhol It and 11. I.... ataawdtauty ..
: prior U the et riW. ttt Uw
Pan INN ee....c.. but ties frfereae <

a._...wile..w M tMte e4 athoot. wtfl begtwet
to thaw who p..rKtlA.r
a* lit* Bertne ,.,w.Ut1fRY .

Oak Florida M. FOL ON, Sapt UVt OAK'S fASHION
'i WOODROW DEES, AgcntJ-Livc Board of Pobllc JftlltnacUoa lfNR'w

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-... .-- -- Social I I I NOTICE OF TAX SALE t

r-David and Absalom r ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ./AIfre4 I. 8... Notice ia hereby given that on the 28th day of May,
n huniMl ISil-ttil*
Answers 1965, at Eleven O'clock A.M., at the Courthouse, at

Live Oak, County of Suwannee, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold on the following described

(Edltor'i Note: These Questionsand land to pay amount due for taxes herein sot oppositethe

answers are compiled by Wil- same, together with all costa of such sales and all
liam M. Eanes, District Manager advertising.Deacrlptlooj .
i 'for the Social Security Administration -

: at Valdosta. Eanes invites .( Land .Twy.Ree.. Acr. 0..... Aaal A Ca.t
I readers to mall their questions to Th NEaial.NEC.K IT A.18E14, !: of,
I him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, of NKH of BE!:* Behif
Oat Please do not mall your Inquiries lee Ft BA: W By Itl ft
Mas It t It It Kaaiady. H. T. 11114A
to this paper.) Lot B., TI Ft N ef 55C.BlhuCa..Ni.e:
>ti QUESTION: Why is the social!
Ft, W US 8 1S Ft
..\ \I. of Solomon. propond cueWlwn hi* counMlor, Ahlthoph.1, Join. AbMlom attack David and I* At. 6avld. meumlnr anon Joab, security tax rate the came for E141rt.toFOBCAl..
and bltUr over hi* banlnh- Abwlom, David weds Huahal to fat.d riMlnf/ Abaalom hair b*. nmlnda him h* 18 king of loud and Lot 10 Tl Ft Bd 8 By
It Is for older
moot AbMlom plot to luurp Ih. **lm a> a apy Huihal pins th. Mbconn mtanflad In a trw. Josh Had must act ai o king,-II Samwl 1Uiron >, young people as Hwy a Ala. Lot T a I
..-II Samuel U. a'1 confldanc Bamuil I ,17. and kill* him.-U Samuel IS. GOLDEN TEXT; Prorarb 10.I.Pastor's ones? ..... Lot t* Cobb a
ANSWER: Younger workers L..ala..LottoN..
---- "'n.. Alao A Lot 170 ,
have the extra protection for their MI Ft In aw Cor of Blk ...
,: engage in shody business practices wives and children If they die or 14 Wellborn 18. .II MtLoraa, B. B. Jr. '41..'
All EH of BEH: of 8WHlyln
: or. who may drink an" Subscriptions become disabled before reaching .. 8 of ST. RD. _
gamble at the club on Saturday retirement age. Every worker has SWH ., BE:* of /WH
and be DB 14 P .n tl I II SO Bhuky. rod P. II."
night to a pious
CornerBy appear Suwannee Democrat three kinds of Income protection All E54 of 1
1I deacon at worship on Sunday.I I from social security. A flat rate .fP l1INI. % o
r Ilk, Lln. E of PI>. 8d a, 5 18 III 8h..n suppose that everyone has Listed below are new subscriptions such as provided for group coverage N o: NEil .r aw'4, A. Ill
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laughed at the answer given to and subscriptions renewed to Is the most practical and ef- 8E SE% C.nn. Mwy 8. 11.16:
E" of NW I4 ., NEIL 1 I U 10 Cann. 1I0F7 Bo. ....,
REV. NELSON B. MELVINPaator the charge by Sam Jones, the the Suwannee Democrat from iclent way to collect these 1>811'011'taxes. E" 01 IF. 1 II I' B..... 6o1.r1 D. seen
self-styled Southern evangelist April 30 to May 7. E "hl NE\4 1 4 II SI Cann. MM B. 41."
Advent Christian Church When about : :1 5Wltt II : :: 1Br..oa... aob.rl D. 11.17
anyone QUESTION: I have four chil NW'A II SI Gros. M.r, B. 11.17:
hypocrite in the church Sam NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSFrances dren. They get social security from ut, tr 4 18 110 Cons.. O. I. .....
E" 0' IWl' Ii 4 II /i c.,.... L. 1Ia,..
Jones would reply "Oh on Evans, Branford Mwry 11.11
come their father. When my oldest boy HW" 11 4 II 1/S CarY..0F7. B. 11.11
The most frequent and critical perfected saints, nor is it a museum tn, we've always got room for one Oscar H. Munch Jr., Branford 1 turned 18. you said his payment E" .r Nil:" II 4 II I' C.rvw. ...." B. 11.11
charge leveled against the church where saints are on display. more". Seriously his implication W Ross Burton, Coral Gables N"40 .r 145.f slit, II' II It Conn. 0. 1. '.11
atop. But, the monthly
Nil:14 of HI" It' II 41 C.,..,, 1I0F7 B. a R.,.. ".n
is that there are hypocrlU in it. The church is not an organization that there are hypocrlts outsideof Owynne Brooker, Jacksonville check is still the same. Did you 'W'4 ..... I A..... I. NI
Since every minister knows thatit but a living organism made the church cannot be ignored SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED make a mistake NW Cor. It 4 18 "I Cann. 0. L. ...,.
\4 I' 4 II U' C..r..0F7.. a Say4. 111.11
is true, and Is disturbed by the up of human beings like yourselfand i Which person do you respectthe J. F. Williams PTA Chapter, ANSWER: No, we did not. In .W\4 11 4 II 111 1'.Itoro. O. I. 15111
fact, he would be foolish and dishonest their living Lord. The only most, the person who tries and L. O your case, these children would 514 .C55'4 .t 1.1\. 11 1 II II X_ aor a 1.1. ....

to deny It. Since Jesus denounced way you can get into the church falls, or the person who doesn't E. H. Holcolm Jr. ClearwaterMrs. get exactly the same amount as 1swIIt .45Wl IliII: : 'II III "lte7.f.: 41.51
the hypocrite of his day, la to admit that you are a sinner even try? Whom do( you think Georgia M. Slevers, Miami four (or more). This is due to a sw14 I" 01 II4 a I II II 141 SI Collla.CobE.t.l 1 66./I.:
we would be false to him to defend and to confess that you have a pleases the Lord most the person Mrs W M. Hobbs. Miami special part of the law which sets Lot II. Rl..r Gtas.5.etb. .. 61,11
those of ours. How then shall need. Therefore one ought to expect like Peter, who follows and falls J. M. N. Clark Rt.. L. O. a limit on the amount a family ... ......11I. ..a.... 11ft. 11.111lD4W.1NIr

we answer? to find occasional, or even repeatedly until he finally trusts Jim .Warner, Rt., L. O. can get called the family maxi : a 14111
First, It must be stressed that frequent failures, among a congregation completely and is empowered by D. 11. SUats, Okeechobee mum. Sometimes the amounts 0' 51111 ..... Co.....,
LoL DB 7P 110 II. 54 II B..... D. ....
not all Christians who fail are of people who confess Floyd F. McCall. ClearwaterRich lI.n
I the Holy Spirit, or the person who payable to two persona reach this 51' F..
hypocrite To be a Christian is not their constant need of Jesus critically points his finger at all Capell. L. O. limit. In general when three or 14gC..of NWIC II I II "AIII_ I... L. C ........ ".U
to experience sinless perfection. Christ. It is all too easy to forget the Peters? Virgil W Scott, Hlaleah more- people are being paid on the 14111 ye .f yd.5114 .trip. N
There is a distinct difference between for a moment and to take your How freqeuntly' one hears some Dick T Shafer, Jacksonville same account, this--umi- always 1.DB Isl. A ... Dee
a humble, needy person who life out of his hands. It Is hard to man say "When I join the church Robert W Cannon L. O. applies. 1W14, : SW : 11 A. 1 U /5. r- ... ,/./.
accepts Christ and slips in a mom- break the habits of the past.It I'm going to be a real Christian, Mrs. L. P. Fortner, Rt. L. O. QUESTIONI: read that they're ........ N .14. I r U .t Pgw,1..1. II."
ent of temptation, and the person is readily evident to everyone not like those hypocrlts". My E. B. Pettey Rt., L. O. going to cut down on the work 1156' .5.M..f 14W14 d II Pow
who pretends to be good while : that this is a far different situation answer is, "Fine, your just the Mrs S. B. Swan L. O. credit older people need to get NW%4. N.%" : : ll : Pr: l.t 11.41 1.11:
be lain fact living an ungodly life. from the church member who kind of person we need In the T. L. Dobbins, Charleston S. C. checks. II this true NEIL ao: Bit.r .NWit, a" N law 141 10. "A

Many of the critics of the pretends one thing while he practices church. When are you going to W. W. Hunter L. O. ANSWER: Changes In the law NWl1 oa'. 5 U It 0....... C. Co II."
church do not understand eitherits another who teach Branford Feed Mill Branford A P.r' I of Gal ... Ia
; may a start? I charge that most of the now being studied would do this 111 18 I U 1 v.._I.
nature or its purpose. The Sunday School Class a lesson on people who say this are themselves T. J. Kennon Jr., Oilnesville I for older workers and older wid- w.W11.1..po N .111P.v.dd" I11 In 41.1
church is not a plush hotel for honesty and the following week hypocrite They pretend Dr Charles A. Benton. VlnlU OWl who are not getting checks NEU.1H11auAAero. B4. II I U 11 Cor"' .UIe. W. Kat, ..u

that they will give Christ all of now. But, this is not in the law .. N .11..4. 5111: .,
life, yet they will not give film today leans[ lie denounced the hypocrite yet. So, we will have to walt and hill, DI U P .u n. U It D...7...,.B rrror w. ')1M a Iat.. I.....
when lIe needs them so des with brutal language. He did lee if our Congress approves these I" 01 NW% of IW 1< .,
Dem Skeeters Sho Gittin Bad. perately. They pretend that they this in an attempt to break thru proposals.A L.:,Big it : Cb.5W11'N ., 5WC..tS..CRuN5 II I II 111" A......... aMoi1 .....

We make all Aluminum screens for all type win- are in dead earnest, while they their hard defensive wall of pre representative of the Val. I III

dows. We also have all Aluminum Screen doors, I are not seriously considering be* tense. He had to "break through"if dosta da. district office will be ChBllch..aSCs.w e... to roB. C L...
also wood screen doors. coming a Christian now.. An he was to reach them with his at the Courthouse In Live Oak p.a .r L..d Doe 5.
We repair all types of aluminum screens. evangelist long ago said "If you love. He Is still trying to break every Wednesday from 9:30: l A,1 JRB l.1 11..r.f P 105 WIt ., II. U I B....,. A"... n.'.

CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE FOR are going to hide behind a tree through to hypocrite inside the noon. 5W14 of a1' II. U 13.5..... Dewitt. .wW1j
SCREENS OR REPAIRS. you have to select a tree that is church and out, to reach them / of IW14 .f 1111 ., .IPM. Labs lalHW11
large enough to cover you and if with His love. He who Is the Sa- Okla. 0f 5Wl4 II s U I% L..lw11.5., ...1

Builders you are going to hide behind a viour of all those who come con Mrs Leon Oil!, L. O. Illy P III A.".. Dn. I. DI lit II 5 U lI.n O'N..L ChasM. .. ..... 1
Langford Supply lypocrlt, you have to be smaller fessinc their need longs to be the Gilbert Baxter Gainesville 1454 .1 N% sr 14114" ..fswlt
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than; he is". answer to those whose needs are a. 11 Bulb h let, a
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W. 0-
Helvenoton St.. 8.E. Phone 862-2871' While Jesus spoke in tender I so great and so painful that they
n J terns to street women and pub- pretend that they have no need. I (Offloe Supplies at McCrinwm') TAX SALE (Continued Oft Page Seven)

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of Condition as of April 26, 1965


a Loans & Discounts $3,720,932.08 \. '" J DIRECTORS

FHA Mortgages 105,562.25 $3,826,494.33 ft."'

Overdrafts 6,964.25

ii Bank Building .t 4,701.66

Furniture & Fixtures 23,713.29 ;'1'1 DONALD L BURCII

"The Friendly First" Other Real Estate l ;. 13,817.77 ..
Stock Federal Reserve Bank ;:*. 16,500.00 J" T, .1. P. C. CRAPPS, JR. .

United States Securities 2353170.75

Municipal Bonds 478,445.88

Cash & Due From Banks. 1,731,344.22 4.562,960.85 J
OFFICERS ,:*....
$8,455,152.15 :'"
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Chairman of Board .

JOINSVicePresident President Capital Stock $150,000.00 I

Undivided Profits 31583.70 ,

Reserves: Possible Loan Losses 10,000.00 .. R. F. MOORE ,,;
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A. Vlce-Pre P. NOTT.lden' Reserves: Contingencies, Taxes; Etc. 60,156.93 I $ .651,740.63. : ';. r '


T. E. ADERCROMBIB Other Liabilities 29,031.92 '.
Deposits 7774379.60: :

8455152.15 DIRECTOR

IRENE Assistant C. HINGSON Cashier "The Friendly First"



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System

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, HOAIEAIAKINCmcHucirrs TAX SALE (Continued From Page Six) /ylN1twIii 4 ...T........ A.. 0.- ..... fa C..uNtldatl La' 5..T........ AN Owaw A... fa c..,.
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Doacrlathm of ..... .. .T......... J&.. 0.. ..... Caat* lad A/1. 1i 1 II Bill Ola Pan ..... SAl.e./NILy b D5.1., N 1e laws

5tBq", 'H"All lyln* of ..... 11. 1/. 1S If 5.5. 1NU1ru1 ... II .. ....In. Qeo... 0. I.. .
'" &IV B of BJlBWof ... A'" II S II 510. NN, .... 111/ ...11.. .....

BAL I A II S 14 1lrew... OttlaBox ".n ..... N. Il. 'W lr.. ... 4/rD..w05Plrtl/l/ 1JO.Isl.. '..11B.
., lator of Hw* aa W L" 11. 11,11,11,11. IIS .. N MW C. N lI1r1
By .... of SB"H, of BW H .. tiS..aR..SSrt.I N% 1M1 5151 RU.Intl H..._ I.i S .... 5
MISS IDA JO IIAREISONi I.' A" II. II K'.r4. c- 0. S ir.SN 11.11LN. 111% nw II' "10 N
t r 111 Pt
Il/rta55.twaw I S I Ilk M Ca1MN :.t'8.
i Demoiut>>tlon A cnt ...* of BBH .f SWH A e.plN II IS 3 0"_ .. naoon" 05 111 r 45 II 5 1/ ......... Car1M. S Skla. u.
Ns.IOLO..laD5It "" 11.11 5..llSr/wa/l/n/ .
P 11 II I 14 Ill lid.... O. B. Jr. '.u let I Ilk 0 CeUap .0Nlor.e5l/n.

visiting with Mrs. WallaeeBo&tr1aht. 5A..N.14.NSAL. .... .:....1. II t II 1."_ A, S Tkra.4l 111111 111 h IOe .
B/B a* do* fa DB II r aunt N II t I' N Y..... ..... u.
: who U A member of the I** I* I 14 I ...-. J. W. A DoratkyBEH ...... 1ell S Callus B. s1.N$11PS5.0KS
f Happy Homemakers Club she WMN '" of 8BU A All NBH N.Ilkt. tl 1 II ....,.. ....... lass .r 51% a r.. W III
k' .0tlLe5g5SWNUS '" 1.55 1 elk Co C.II..e H : rt
tag me that she will soon have I* I* I 14 II Braw*. Ottla A tan lI.n K.ItI' II" II. ., P. D. (HOsrlI. IllVi II ION II' II % A........ .ollort 1.11
bars and potatoes from her far- I..IIIrt.NNSWCor : ) .... taut. elk 1 1 i
.eaze.eNWt .. Las II Bill C:, 0515'. All II / II wi 1JNt I. 5, .. 5. 1I.J.te Aadl.4i. : .
[den. Perhaps some of you already P01. TIt.... ... I lee5INbiOP.0w IIuN. 1/J1 .. 11 II II...... a. II. J.. II."
sve stung beans for the family L.1.15/515PIMN.. I 1. 1. .. '. 1. 1 Ill t
555P ASS. II 1 U D..... Karr ... ..... ....... 411th... 11. II N.L.S. o. 5. Jr. art.zit. .
[_ala ss well AS an extra supply
.11 55 1 It a_ O. t.. 1.NIe40G..1.I1r1. .III. b .....
canning and freeslnf. -5'4 Fhe.IaN IllatH Add. II i U al..,. I' ..... .. '. 1 Ilk I .Wo..
I.. .11 rt N .f 'W C.r LN1elkNle..511rtSCSI. Aldn5'. 1 II Miles., 0. 5. I. S "10
(Mrs. A. R. Murphy 1s planning .. 11&Ii NNW'" .. Add. II t U ..'Ie.. i50 ..... .Isla II..'
|M can some beans that she has. 4t 1 S 1 III i ICStr .\w-( 5EI 5\\6 ..
w 111t.. I II' n. N Add. II i II If..'.... ('al........ Mt 1111 N '4. II t .11 111 Hunt w. O. I. .....
ana Are one of the vegetables POB. DB III t .11 1/ 5 It T...... 0. ADerIa 41 I elk P ,"1.. Add. II / II TllIma.. L..... 1:... ..... II.. .. .W Cor .f ... II
''dIa& Is itlll tasty when canned. CXab.d 11.f1 Lot 1 11111 Q. .1.1.. A ... at I.... .0wH..1
L.4ISNl.l/BIke 1544
|Directions should be followed u 1 111 rt. N SN .014w54aaLa..eaw 541.'. Add. II I U ......... ,.... ,.. II1S wed M NWNC.r.
the Amount of pressure when 1.1 I WS T. lliate'. .... II 1 U Ho'... C.I....... K.. .... SWIWI5..a",
inning string beam Perhapshany .. I. U M. le a au.110rtIS$5NN. "' 1. 4 a 1 elk T '''te'. ...... ... II.. t ru.
II .. Mt .....
Add. 11 5 Ho. C.I..I. )
of you will be freezing your R5w TIt... 'If..t Las I 15 Y. Slat.'. Aid. II 1 II A."". .... ...... S 011I. .... WI.J.W1.1. : N1K .t 1/ t II 11 Nu....W.O.I.. 15.11

ins rather than canning. POI II 5 l5tuW.i I. S 1I..Jorie ..... N% L.1 1 Ilk W 4.. W. 'W'4 1/ 1 II 11 To,.... S.... N. A'....
Cor 1 II .. 1..rlhnt.. ....
1NIA I NNy 111P541 II h. I' '" Aid II Willi. _
Beam like other vegetables N ", DII 1" 41 1 Itlil W. ..... 'w\: .0.0azt NW\4\ All., C. i. Mr., 151/
ould be prepared And frown 1 1 It 1 II..... R..m c.... c. ...... A'" IS 1 II WI1Ua... I.. ..... '4. : : :: /: Nsr.t, TI.... .,.. 11.11:
A er..l. .. .... Dr. I.D1 I t elk W. Slat', 5wyNN: I II It H.10 W. 0. ,.. U...
1th the least possible delay from 111 P 511 5 1 1Co .... w. A A II S II fa .Ia.... It 1 II 111 Hunt W. O. J. 11,11NW.1N1NNky
arden to freeser. It Is better to ;....: "'.11 .1:.nat5' .... T5.. W It h at Iq ..

Esther the vegetables In the cool 1% .. M.( N NW'" i 1 II 5Nola.... a. .. ..... wt.lSIlkVSlat.'. : II 5 II 1 .... WII... 0. II."
ANn.1.0la5Cdie. .D5 11 1 11 .. Salsa 11.11
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j>art of the morning. One of the 111 P tl/ IS 5 ICorr.... 1..11 w. a ...t..11I. So list'. A'" 11 1 11 Job. JrC.t1 c... n...
A...... .... S l's lariat S J.... .\r..I: .1 .W4
lost Important factors to ranem- '.14 .. ,14.: 1m 4. ... .11..111 1.11Slat' 5t4.(5Wy ::

r In freezing any vegetable IIhe .hi. I/ 5 It II ...... OIt1. ..... Ilk 11.5.. N 111 TI. 'NNy: .. II. II 1/ ....... Jade. I. ....

i shorter the delay from garden NWN.!:a 51% 5g:: Add. Oti II PIt 11 S II W...... 11,5. I.. aL51 All.fN.\I. 555.,.':I".J 47.0r..5.

to freezer the better the product 1... Ma" N NW\4 15 1 I155 ...... 0th.. ...... 0_.....'. H..... '.n *f ACL R, .IMI

till be. Also vegetables should 51. N NIK", S M&'"t .. Sib A. Add N NW W111.0/I..t r.55.1!..'.*. I* I II |t ri..I.... H.." J. A I..U 111
1&'%" II I It 1.raw.., alp. lI.n Dt. fl 1 II Olrl" 11.11 1 II 11 4. ....55Ii.PtsNSWC.rN
& be prepared the night before IIW6 .0Iwlt 1/ It /1 B... rni.S n. II. I.tIRL.IISRnn' w'i..': ..iN

and held'to the next day before .1.1. La. 1.1 S I.. 51k 1/ 1 / II It r.INJ.RJe. 11.45
1%'" N IIW* 1... VS A M.IM III It Is. Nfg
clog frozen.Green t .......I} s NW41 ..ezE4 Cw .. ilk II NW .a" .. 'W" DII 111
beans should be washed S It A .. 1% NN1.05W Di.. II 1 II .1....'. I. H. S CaI..I. 4511LN I' 111 II I er.,.. J....... S A..leN.
"%, It. II ... .111I11I.. Is... I. 11,11Nit.011 1 Ill a RON.w.ASS. C Nolan N...
roughly to remove any dirt 04 It 1 l/ .. .. wllaw Y..l.ail. .. II 1 II II.W.,." ,... 5. 5 ''..... t.. .1'
.. :...... ASee. ...11.. ..... I5 .. H. c. N HII4: .l. "
and trash. The stems and tips S I. D. II...... ..... 155 1 S 1 Ilk 4. RIWntkAid. ew4 A 5.. S Ill p.,
should be removed. You may leave at 'M ....., .._ W II 1 U MIN. 11..11. 5,45IelrNl.OIS1ISIS wss/rtN tlpeI
I them whole sliced or cut Into ,.. .. 1/W w at ... INKII. t .% '. Pus 1 / U I" MIIINrwNiM.1., U.
.. L. ... D. .lANNICar
.r..5. o Nlldrstl. .... DI It t
[pieces and then blanch. Green .Yla.w11. S555w. 111 11 1 II 0... 1. W. CWI11_ f... at. I. (..

I beans should be blanched 3 min> ... : .:-1.-: X. 5'. R .....1 ..... 1 .A...... II .11 W....... WII'''. A. 1111
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It.. SIC 4/. II S I' IIk. i H... W C., .1
lutei In boiling water. They should 15..5 e.a I a. N Mrs.N Inn aMDI.. 5'i tail / NW1 .0NW.0SW11, 4 I/ 1 PIW..D.N" 111.
I then be cooled very quickly In Rlw .0 I. it .. II t II W..Ioa. I...... S :y N I:) 11 1 11 It 0_.. w. J. 5 UII.... 11.11
.. N -I H...... 111., 9 wIt .11YNW% HI6I .0
I running water or water to which = rW W Ia..0St ,,:; Lea c n.ll II 1 II -.'.,-", ... 41,14I.1. If. II 155 "II'. H... a .... N. .....
Ice has been Added. Another ... /5 t POI. Oil : ..1. : :. Sib :LA Car5.11 Ny .r 1iI1" S'NI:% NNW.5
II 1/ 1 Mih ,... K. 111 AN. II t II 1I.'Ie.. II........ K.. If." NW II r .111 11 II I1/ t'._. M. I. tat 1111
method of cooling vegetables Ito 1vlIIiNNW'" % A JlW. % Sat /1 SI5 Ill a.II .... 1/ 1 15.r.,. NAlateM. s A
place A clean soppy' wet dish. towel .055 14 S Nil.' ..0Ntt 11,11 ....r 5 II. .....
"' w .0 445 S 1 Ras. Iv ('..INUA" a1- t. HW Car "..
on an elevated dish rack. Thinly 51. .r r.U'IiIIPt551j II 1 II 0..... lived A. IItl :,: 11 II p WI.,, ... Willi. A. 11.11

| spread drained blanched vegetables ..II,5R4.11 Se I I 1// 1O.Ii.. ,....... Ioe S1.//. le/ 1i 11 a ..\\.i ISIVCot.11I.. 1/. I at N'16 11 1 It 1/ ........ J U. I

on wet towel and cool with II" ., NW% A IS" ..0NWK NIl AI/. .11 t ILh...... RIdN 1 11..1. /1t at Ill I... S A..... Ue.Nk, M. 1111I

an electric fan. Many people have 1/ I111 arar. M.r, 5. (C.. G. 5 ...... 11,11 I.. If 4 1/ fa 5.1.05,14. ........ L 1w$4
....._ I..L. K. r.Nwy III1 Nrry ,. .....
found that they like to place Ice A A. N. Derto,. 55.11'' tail.: 1 11 II t II 1.,1. 0.._ ..,. ..... N MW" d )45 1 5 II It 5...Lt Mgt. 0. S

water over the vegetables after N yew" a NII4 .Lea 1 III. II .'..1.... II 1 I' w15Rnh" t- SIC
.0 IIW" I wK", .0 /145 d H.% 1 11 .. P1.55. J. 5. II,.... ..
have been In
they placed freezing 1 11 555 ......e:. 15.45Les. D..Nr1 11.11 1111res.
containers. This will prevent wwJ ...II't4.w.: .04/ tat .... ill O. 1.1.. na' II 1 I/ a a Y hnll.r. c.. 111.11TM 1% .. INK. ..f1y 1 I II II NtS.lla,: Ad:.:r-i5:. s
1 It 1/ ....., I... a. .... .
% N le .... II .1. .. I SuIna._
freezer burn which causes bean. .. a. II. 11 1tl A u. r II 1 .11 M Ia...."'. II...'. L 5 ..."....... 111IW
to be tough and stringy. Contain- II .1' 1 N.ti. Isis Mw. 11111 II" .f 1iI. S eWI4 .,

ers should be well sealed and .._ M.Irit. II. 11 LR.".. a.._ ..... a ..... .... 1 1t..III.U.1I.II..U 1i.. 0.11 Lira II t II IlllNt RfiI. l.. :-1.%. i N wit '5.4

labeled and placed in the tree..r1mmf'dlatelJ' ..... II. ./. It a5. 11_' ,I M' S II t u 1I11.. a.,.. S red 1151 .55a f ,5.0$1($
..... jfIS 1 It ..,.... ..... 0.... a. .... a.. It 1 Ill. II lit 1..Irl.kt Jukut Q.
A 5..8.... It LMS1 : :"I.I:; 1 II c.Ia,, a.., I. I1.1A1.i5515INLN 1111
For further Information on canning .... ., /r15w.555 Lw1i. 1I5N1..1/. I% at 'W'4 4 II .. 11..1.,..... q? Ds.w
a/NAeveS$55raw a I....... 1111
and freezing, pleasi can our rte..t laa4 N )SI N II .r. ON1. 4511 Ill .. "K" at NW'4 I II It it Mary Dr..
office. : t WM. 05 111;.a.n.. I It 1/1 MNk. M..5'r. A II..... L155 :U'1.5 i :.11:: MI tl 1 II W ::';'.., hll.s w /1= .I"/ ...
Lw e a s In 4 0SrW. 1/ 1 It &-0.. II... L I.t ..... 5 N" 1M 1 55 45 14.. Ct.1I II 1 11 ...... '.1...... 111TrLINr1.0NN1 .11:% .15R 1 II II It Rtl.y. RIaO, IS/1
t.... II S II I5 1 "Walla S I S NIy
Members othe Philadelphia :;. .1 1 It lelti sn. L Sees .0 1.0 1 ISIS /. IJs 00 f/ 1 Iwhy.. I.... S I... II II 111 1.111..0.15
and the Pleasant Hill Extension 1 A 5 k .. .a Gr.0 11111 Y .... 1111L.d
Pt's' .. lawy 1 .. .... .'11 .. WIINW1..511A.S
Homemakers Clubs have had A 111 ra.0 Nttt :. ; II 11 '.n .ta"..d. Are5 L. 1111A..r..INaM..MO II ...."0s5 .... 11 5..... JS.w 1-_ a 1 1 II 111 .,...,","'L... ... ....... 5511N
4,4 n-i4itl 'vw7: ..;... IaI5. II Io..._ al..
busy year preparing for the Folk 115 / 11 Mw 1.. I ..S N. 1111 N.alla.d.. 1 I 11 I' .".'''t ,... II."
Festival. These ladles made various ...... N. IC L 1 It I 1.1t.. I''" S .., 11.111.t1L1.S5515. 55rtSSN.INr1 sal It Ww..... III'

handmade articles, jams and .r..fw1 It 1Nude. its.. A. 1111 Las II a -. ...Uall.. .0 gall 11 1 1wilt, .. .. 5w. 111Ia5..K$5.t4 Ny5la.h I 1 11 law :.. :t'S..' t.IrwsN

dna and epf. .111 U. a'il p 'it' ": t ,,- 11.11
jellies aa as Lr.tA ael '
\o 555 Pt. ....
'' .
1 If 1 11 laves aIM S R.115.N ,1a4" 1.
tN1'IOld last Friday ....r. 1 :
tee which 5515.
t 111 .
1rut r la / w y I1N "'. :. 'rpit. : : ter.I,55
5 14 It ..
and Saturday. Mrs. O. C. Lanier U If 1 15.Y..r4.. IS .. /. N/
Snd..d 5tN
Ilk 11. ...... 11111AS.eaN41fi.ala ri P /,.. .. 0.11 II t II ,...... I.... S avers 5. 5 1 II ........" r. 1111
Philadelphia 1111
the president of the Lw It .... 1111I.t I.i.t 1/5 Ise .0 1. 1/ '

Club and Mrs. George Klnard of wed..w5.S5..1: : It S5. n. u. Clall II 1 II AMNti. 5.101.. 111 .I1a555lun.Na.... NIlletWN/e1

the Pleasant Hilt These ladtrs AS n. .tir.wT'.' ".. I CarS IIr. Tae N III h 5 L" I ..11III 1 II 11_. Sri.e5 a M L 1114I.I.nNSiS Ie Pus OlS 11 1111 I I II c... Trrv S 155.1.0'. 1111

wen as the other club member :. 511 1/. ..:: d It II c.w.a. w. K. 111.11 ItIA..5.5 A 41.. ...._ 11'.11.
11Ia ..... ....&>t.. h' Add, .
have worked hard and are to M .... I. 1/.1..N. 1.Pt. III 1 II rurrl. Jab L a t.I"
.5 sew 1st' .0 Lw It W.NW Cw SSI n. 11...
commended on A job well done. ..55Ir11hLN1.r Loot I" '"? I" .f kWh" a Nit .0
In relation to hand-made articles 11 ....r.-4 It II a.--r. ...... 11111 1 rs N S L DI tt/ C..0' ills I.0 NW.W
15.. /. S II% 11 15t NTMNinn.0O..fRA II 1 II 11_.. .,...... S II 5.5151' N 1/ I' U. Ilan, S..W. 1111
and crafts. Kenneth Wood. ....r.r1 It frWM.N. B._ Lt 1111L. I" NNwl1NNwS
Industrial Arts teacher at Bur .. L .. .. .. .. 1III ,% Nt" II I/ 111 ..5,14 i. w. h_' 1111
11 ....r.-4 It' I1..5.. ,._ P. J. ILNN ... It. 15.5.f.. A... S ....11... 'III 111.0. NW.0w% I. 1 II II .....-. II.. )j...
wane County High School UIUme .et ......... .t II 1 M. S ... c.. .. I/5
they are planning to have I. : .1.1 .......11, .lb Sryiw.1. w.0Iw It It SI N ........ ... a
..... .,
Open House on May 20 In the 11.0 SL.0Iwy.05.1//N14 4..4 t1 I' It ....M... 1.0. aIwi 550:'i: "' ;.. \: $y.05N% II 11 1Ir..d... g.N' ... .Ill it
The CSI1w.0sw.0rt n. u.. N" .055. 1 It 1 II It .....'. rtw L 1111
Arts Department
Industrial % .. 1 It It :: d t\ W / lr II II ....... .,1Ite S f..... .. II." '"/
students haft done some good parole W.r0.1 111 .. II MII44Is' II II .. isIsh.. I....N0.
well Interesting and .. LNaII tor.. MI II 1 II M..:.:.. A ...., ...- 1111.
work AS as : It.INK -!.NIt4L.! IS ,.... I.i"wi11.iutr NN NW.0114. I 55k.4Ma .

unique artlcltea This win be a I S A1ty a Ii, % .1 II 1/ ..., II... S A... .... 1111Iw 1..55/1115 ft ". ** % a aty.0 11.- II II U. MbgAt I....... II.I .
good time to tour the department Jlfw" a- Aas .iT IIasb I II w..... ,. W, A Loot. Nfl N., 1 ._ 1111
.a.0 NW.0IN1' It se .......... ,. o. S frl A*I I'll Slk. N.Uod.ala r IIW It .. lwt 11 I II 4/ C'to."I.l.... .... halt
to see the work being done. The .-... ILI/ Uul IM HLa II OMvM, Tfroo* III .. SJ..a Jrra
Open House hours will be from e.0i .0 swat wrkwl... J 1111I.0 I 'lk 0 :.\ 1111w
: I U :: A .a.-Ia.
I\ .0514 A' AAwN to Sub. : t II MarU*. Boralo. 111till % -: : % .1 :wy
1.00 1.00: pm. /N ay Lw5 A. ....... 1... SSw
1" .." II I 1/ .. A'-Am L /. W.:: .l II 1 II fTNoal BWa. N 55 % It. II It SrpMkt ,.....te aS

If ,OII"\'\ been wondering about I /4/5 A MINy ie II 11111 w.- ,..... $551law.0t A W: ::..y..:.DO I / / .. 5'.e.05.1N Sup lit.. 1111
SWy L. .0r411. t 1/ Bfwwa, Arlkcf T. III 144 la xl .. A. NN
how to care for your electric a el.0N1y r .4 % I. 1 11 wL-
11 1 I/ /t 1.5.. L .. 1 A'. (1,11As 50 .. p. .Net 11- IIIW%" eI 51%'" A 555 /.1 W5 A. 1111
blanket here's the answer N.05lVso Sat 1 ASS. II II Kalaa. Mra- IJW4 N.... ., 11 II II Lads. .... p eo'. ....
Pint of an. donl have It dry- I.PAL" iet.r.L a- I S .e It P. A fast. M /0IMIBuo 1111 Ny.l lI .jslayi4 St.0M

c:.. 5C1.. St..szS5.rt of NWHNSH wi ,w.455" S
wash It. .. MW TM, .. 511' *
cleaned. Don machine 1 1 II N 1.w..wLa 11.11 SI.5N/N 14 J'' % A ... lit
Home economlsU wtUthe IANtWC.fd5K.0 N1 n. r its rt. iIM : 111 ; 1 II 1 I' Its rrtr. Raw Y. a .. 5. 44515lwi
S II .. W...., 155tw 5I.PULI.A
I :
FiorkU Agricultural Estenston JtNWH'VMH 1 Ms. R.. / I/IS ;; '
Service say that In recent testIng % .....55%,/NYNS/ '" J. ,'.HI I U A.I.esRO.,4 1111 ........ .. III Il a .

I II ,... R O .0 /.law/ I.D.
conducted by Consumer's IN e/ yeti IP05 $1 N11N eNta.0i' .r'M- i N. .. Paul. 5.
5 II N 11... .. 154 1111
search baft the non-profit fating II t II 111 .Nth A... U' ,.. (... "" a r 4. Ie 055 .. P I. I I' 1Mr_ __
a.0 sw% NNa i ii *.J..1.Mt tit W.0I5I..0IW1' 11 ......5. L 5. I.....$.
organization In Waaruniton. A .Itl SwMd.Ya1111111 _._. N..N: 115

N. J., results showed that electric w Ni. 5 Cr 55.w. Ise Nfi It II 1 ...... ..... Lee 11.51S A ... t/ i n ,.*..*. e.... A.Ha. ,......M 111 515.4555.15W % I It N.M..uN. 15.//
: 51 .0 I......... ... f 15 II .
C. I A
blankets should never be dry- A/N,,PR a. a $55 R\ 5NIN Loot"':1; It i n .. .Urof U A I.. I.LMN.arwb I It I tb1. ,_ L a lie II."
cleaned\ or machine washed no n. S..NSa ..w 111 W.1////,5S/
II S II 1 5 ..t ....... 111.I ...* II S.1 1ia.Nss Ia. : I II !.d'H
matter what claims the manufacturer last .
'' Bd NAB II"i- R Jr. 1.1 / 1 spwNN Iarl 5.O.. _
BM'fl -
makes to the contrary. 5. ... Oojau. sn Subs':; /1/ 1.1 $555 i.: ;...... ;.., II 5r,D' .. i ii
A Si/AMN to 5t1.11 '11I 1/. L5ttMd4 .N Iii It .,...11II. earl 1 ...,- II. Rrut I ..
Damage can come from: czarales I* II t II Bfaka Wr..rNw II It II II MN..t, R /. 1 W. L. NINw. .IS.N/1//MN

twisting and squeestng. Dry 1.Iii N.Orwa.kao AwVMM > 5* //. Ivetar / / It .'- .. II. ,.. 111
the I* I II -.oat.*. M. M. S Jaaa II It t--. Cow 1111tai WL/i.S.SSSl' .. .'%
cleaning fluids may attack > w. set Ie Mwy .0 51. // .Tf Liar 1 1 II .,- .. R ,.. t1LN. .

Insulation that oarers the wtrtng. ...... ..... ..... i'. &Me Let 1 A :.. ll pr.r
The tumbling action of A washing A nit.w N 551 5a 'r.t 1.4O.,51 .-: pars 1 1 1 I' I....... n1. 1 r5..
: ..
hie ... lie 111la.
machine can cause A break m .U S 1-i.. II I II red...... Ir 1... 5555 .... .. .. II .. ..:1..: ; S 5.5'//. Psae
the that through the -' .. .. Po... ..... II at I. ......, OUIe IN/1 .. II 11-,. A. L L Ill
wiring ran A "
r.-: : : J1 I II A_ .... 5'.w Lt INLw / Mai U. a- I5IIS5$50//S
blanket.Rnearefcers. A I* .....d IBM 'U-.::. /1/ .. ..,....-. C'.oaIe N.. L. .. Il 5 N 15.
andIlglnters! Uu, I II .... I. ,. S .... 11,1 wiN J. .l.I ,. .. -I.SIIIP/.1S

r-eommrnd electric blankets be, II A 5..d Nilaas Itt ., t. N1, /S Lt. /U..a II 1 II ,...... 5..r, L 1 a.r N II 1.1 p r: :: :: 1 t.... M. t S IrlN 1111I.

hen absolutely *. ....*. .ItIt..*. tl j !! = T.Ira. :art I/1/ ... .. r Sw/a 14.. .. Yr tI 5wwt Iu1 1 II .. IL .. J.. 114W.0
web.only : K 11 ..... ..IIa... .. -.. ... ... .0.: II II 1rM..t N5w 1 e. L 1111l. Ni.0 viii Is I. .... .... r..q a. Isis
necessary and then only by /..s1 tt ? Nul. 5.1. 11 |I/S SIC /idti rjl : I/5t IliIse .. ... I 5.0(5 AY .. 1 II a&ale ... Mt 1111) IfNa, :- S .....
II&n4.j = I II l .INLw aryl M t5/. ..
It M... II 5 1. lr /
walled hand donl '
fey ,
S/N ....5' MsCS ..... II I Utou N__ Mw S f. I' .J.. II 1 II ........ I. 4111W rr.0r1K.0IIT 1 II 11 ...t"G.r... SIC
wringing Action. Remove evens ... lee t1 .. C.-II M 1 II L..uw In.rT
the ....... ... ..1.1 aea .. It __ L r. 551/ ..0 1s f ,.,.... L.11.1 1N
by gently squeezing II A IS
iI f 1tkw.ti I. Co a t.. SIN n. .. n .... S.a/ la w IW .0IVy !. t II II ANM.5w....... J. /1g f
fabric m the direction that the Se .-. 1 IS, S and M Sass w .0 15, 1 1as N It. ,. .....
*tn GIs BBff f |t r_ red 5551 A41. It 1 1/ w : i .0I5% 5IWy.5
ma.M toil I M /... A S AW u. L.a t .. 1111al
the blanket Is not too badly 11* r" :It: ::. Ask II I II /.d. a..d k.. ..... w L 11.r. r C:I 1111 N:t .1.... U : :: := r.L: / /
Las 5 rr.r Lw Rna .....L/e/asILD..l. N .0 51, .0 a% "f
soiled air It by gently placing .... /lie 5.05w 1/ t .. fred. l..w r S P_ 1.% S III" III N." I/ II 155 .,....... M. r. 1//t
paraOel fines on a aWl day. .... NI/ 55% .4 555 .% S It""
After ft an* a- 4 1 5 u.. In.15.r.... ,. .. It. It II N N... II/ N AOrM/... w. .. 11.11.
airing gently fold Lea / 1414 Lwr1i ......., It t II S.- I. L 551/ ... .45551..IAfa I

stare. tt la A lot say the Estra- IS 1 IS B.. I IB.UlTA .... /1 M I I.tS, I : I
don home economists.AdriVr *a.. It 1 at N..Vb0fuI. Ills 5054 It 1 II Stec." ... Lwr. 1L I.. .N .5.15511..p.5
.. .... lr / "
5 IL N1 So It 50 It.. ......... ..:.\.. &Jrnv1 1 1IIAer... c...... r. l//
5111 d5Ny. 11 1 11 N ....... .... r. .
On Smoking a'I..... 11.11 rut a 1Ln i 11 ...... a.r.:1 :-.r-: .. r. /aw

11 t 1/ w.--. .. .. //N l $ a tN Sh/L..sNr.054
About HM men sad None .... 1..La555h.AMC5 .-. tlN 14 lie 101I 1/ h4aI Law .... .. ... c.t ..
*1B die tf m the /t.=I a. N I ,.. 55 1 II NaIL L Y. 1 ....... .. 1M J. $111w5 .... .... .. .It
long cancer _w4 AM IIU / II ..... .. n-- L.0 50 5 ...... r_ :
Pallid Mat* this year. The As I r red ....irwar 1111 .. 1e5... .... S .--. 14111t.s. :1t.. a- I
Pi.Mial. /t tto I .... .. ... .
mesa Canerr BoOrty esumair aJ' tnt B. fttM II ........ ,..... ...... t/5 ..d ,w..0 II I II rsu. .. a. I.. 440. : lie ./yR.dw11.
that a*.ut Tl per cent of ra. | *>rk.a4 AM ttU W--. ..... t u. 6..5a.u5/5.4/ ::.. It II taws M. gl Jw all
wilt b* ca-4 by eJearrttsmcfcjnc. | .. a. I All M / 11 ....... <<.- .r S ell ..... I .I CS.. Id
.... ... lave Nth..0iN.0511Sw.IIh.SPS
The ACS Bars t* stoesBBAJn > V. 14. II. ... IT Si II
if you can: dons stslUM r* *M fat ttUl 1 II n. Ne ... /1// tut... ... r ItsrPaatai :' : Coilectee
1 Btk S. -.**- ... w5N SIIw..... c.-. F1cwId&
ctot.**. haMt If you de act, sea It.. as S..0. 1111 / 110.5. 0..5.S 1N ,.

alvesvty sate.



un ., -
Bulk: Leaf CuringTo time that a city employee must be
on the Job before he U eligible fora
vI11WKo Be Demonstrated three week vacation The Council .'

Allbritton Bros. Tractor Co. voted to lower the age from
$1'\ Live Oak, will have a demonstra five to three :years.
lion of tobacco bulk curing equipment .

rf Thursday and Friday, May No. 2

MARCH OF EVENTS 20 and 21.
I The firm employs about IS peo
On display will be both oil and
ple on a year 'round basis
PROSPERITY CYCLI I A CONTINUOUS RISI gas-fired furnaces, curing racks, from 35 to 40 during and
I the rack loaders, and a cutaway the season
model of a bulk curing barn for
The company: wu founded
n9m In
By your
B 1048 by McMullen
Central treat Washington Writer. fs The demonstration first of Its and has grown
to be one of the
TCTASHINGTOX Business activity continues to expand II I i kind In this area, Is being sponsored In the State of Florida.At largest. canners
\V rate that and by Allbritton Bros to acquaint -
throughout the U.S. at a surprises pleases the present time the
e com-
government economist and officials. Most companies reportingfirst I growers with the labor andcostsaving pany is looking for a product that
quarter earning results are showing substantial Increasesover ". j advantages offered by can be processed during the off
the bulk curing
new process.
a year ago. .. season.
Led by new auto production nearly all of the economic indicators 1.1 I was xe "We have looked over many

record year appear is In to treading upward. A new FINNS REPLACING HEtMETS-Th German-typt steel helmet OLD ROMAN Never Stops CrowingA Finally products come but we up now with feel we have

r2t1 The vigor of the economy Is particularlyrratlfylng' (left) formerly used by the Finnish army Is being replacedby live fish never stop growing McMullen commented.The .somethlnt.
because it is entering Its fifth year a lightweight model (right) similar to the standard U.S. By BOB StTDYK National Geographic says Orowth
CHARLES CO MI 8 KEY, company Is currently
of continuous rise Never before in modern Army helmet. iCablephoto slow abruptly at sexual maturity sampling -
called "the Old Roman, began with the new product
i and
times has a cycle of prosperity continued unbroken his 50 years in baseball as a but the fish generally gets a according to McMullen should
for so long a period. St. Louis Browns' first baseman little longer and a little thicker
have It on the market In
Were it not for several situations some Congress Shuns Interest In 1882. H. was the first every year, ber. The Novem
and the others of domestic the new product will be sold
foreign origin: player at his position to play
economic skies would be clear blue and cloud Time Adds ConfusionTo away from the bag for batttri. to Institutional buyers when it la
Daylight Saving first produced but will eventually
A. manager-player h* won four Birth Rate DownThe
less.The war In Viet Nam and! the problems Inherent straight American Asm. pennant number of births In hospitals find Its way Into the consumer

in the flow of dollars abroad are two Question \Vhat Time Is It?" from 1885. H* became declined from 3.857.820 In market .
owner president of Chicago
The President persistent natters of concern in the international 1962 to 3.784.666 in 1863. reflect
field Threats of a steel strike and aFour Washington During the daylight saving months, Whit Sox, 190031. .1 ing a nationwide lowering In the No. 3larceny

I matter continuing high unemployment rate disturb more than a watch is needed to tell time throughout the Lit by Kln'I FttturM ./,,4..t.. birth rate. and two counts petty lar

concern the domestlo picture. United States.A ceny. Bond Is set at 2500.

This rosy picture is what the Johnson administration calendar and a map help, but a traveler can still Crusading for daylight time, Oar- No. 1Council Assisting Sheriff McCalllster In
is striving to continue. It is the key to the
: .Prsl- land declared that only man. of the Investigation and arrest were
be an hour early or late for an appointment if he hasn't asked Police Chief El-
dents with affairs ana illS desire to improve
preoccupation determined all living things,"is so stupid as to Deputy, Sheriffs Buddy Phillips
whether the community wood Howard to look Into the
the friendly atmosphere between government and business: the struggle of life." This timeIt deprive himself of an extra hourof and Cecil Bonds and Uve Oak
that he has fostered! since he entered the White 1I0ule.Lon& he's entering Is on daylight matter and report at the com-
was London's turn to laugh sun by sticking to a rigid system Police Chief Elwood Howard.
range, of course, Johnson Is thinking of his own and his saving or standard time. down the suggestion. A respected of time." mission's next meeting. -
party' election situation in 1968. But even now and in the At present 15 states have daylight The Council passed an ordi
astronomer thundered: "The only The first O. 8. law, passed
months ahead, the receptiveness of Congress and the public to saving time throughout their nance closing all streets and alleys No. 4
people who have shifty time are March 1918, lasted only twdyeara.
his plans for a "Great Society" will hinge in good part on continued jurisdictions the National Oeo- said In the area of the proposed new,I According to Holmes the IMS
who their
savages. Farmers, cows gave '
business raphic Society says Another 16 center East Howard'' ACP U under
on now
high activity. shopping program way.
But Willett got the support of milk hour after the milk trains
states allow local option. The remaining Street.In 'I' To date 573 farmers and ranch-
Winston Churchill who led the movement for re-
was serving passed,
COLOR HER RED Sen. Hart D Mlch. has 19 either make no pro In this have
Philip tome constituents a move to give city ers county requested
as Home Secretary. Later, peal. Daylight time did not re-
who must get pretty angry at times. One of them, vision for daylight saving time or more vacation time t'mpoyee'j cost-shares for carrying out approved
during the whole -
pressure created by turn to the Nation as a until
a woman, got so disturbed over a piece of pending legislationthe prohibit It.Travelers. passed a resolution to lower the practices this year.
need to stay on World War r, Britain as well asGermany World War H. Again repealed _
other day that she called his Washington office long distance who ---
to give him some advice. local time find themselves ad- adopted fast time after the war, It has since spreadto

Getting a staff assistant on the phone, the woman declared: usting their watches over andover to conserve power and fuel. Today almost all large cities and over .., ," "-:::.. ,,:" "I want Senator Hart to vote against the Riblcoff Housing Bill again. Before West Virginia many European countries from many entire states. ,t" *' ,
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It has an antl-dlscrlmlnatlon clause that would allow Negroes to adopted statewide daylight saving Iceland to Italy, have daylight <' <
live with whites in any apartment building the government! puts time, In 1963, a motorist would saving time.Wfllett's On the average one In seven -c:;::> <
up. i Can you imaging what it would b. like to live with colored have to reset his watch seven American counterpart persons probably will be hospitalized 1fl

people, even if they were attractive and educated?"' times on one 33-mile run. was Robert Oarland of Pittsburgh sometime this year. ....
"Yes, I guess I can," replied the attractive, wen-educated! The confusion is now getting '; 14
assistant, who is colored. attention from Congress. Hoping GOING TO PAINT7STOP ,' .M"
However, the :Michigan caller never knew that fact as she to make a modest start toward **z

hung up, eminently satisfied that she had found an ally in her uniformity, legislators have Introduced A Thought For Today
war against antldUcrlminatory housing legislation. bills requiring states using .
aylight time to make the changeover By BRODY C. HARRIS
0 GOOD SrORTSJIANSinr-CharUe O. Ptaley, owner of the on the last Sunday In April 11
recently on and on the last Sunday In October EST Benjamin Franklin
business. A reporter suggested! to Flnley that he call on Sen. As It stands, the states do not "

Edward V. Long, of his state."Why even agree on when to start and .- --p r Knowledge is. of course, a gilt-edged invest
should I call on him!" Flnley tiled. "He called! me an end daylight time, though the last ment which pay dividend every day of our lives .
irresponsible club owner" Last year Senator Long had made Sundays in April and October are Although we may be prone to think of the benefitsof .
the remark in expressing his opposition to mov most commonly chosen. knowledge in terms of greater monetary return AT OUR STORE 1.:
InC the Athletics from Kansas City. in any field where we may choose to put our knowledge .
Bustntti of uniformity hope
to work, there are many less glamorous but
Anyway, FInley was persuaded to lee Long, Congressional action will help perhapa no less important returns on our Investment r' .
Finl I Wllh
r and Long tonic him to lunch In the Senate res- solve some of the confusion and I.. ., J in knowledge. +'
taurant. A* the meal progressed and! downs of Charlie 0. frustration that arise from local The self-confidence I born of knowledge and skin c
moors dropped by to meet the sports figure, determination of daylight or StanAM is a welcome and valuable asset. The Mm is true s+ 9,
Vktoy mpwute not* *n& TOOT.. Taw*** Uv* nd of ttv.-3l tufo. v .11'' of the satisfaction and' thrill of accocnptUhmeni
he felt BO well about meeting senators that he even hid some Railroads and bus r lines must that come of tcompUUnsT a.challenging assignmenlwithporfectlori .
kind worda to say about Long, t.. Ili Whether our knowledge is put to
However, Flnley Is also a businessman He persuaded! Long print extra timetables, and broad.casters use! In our work or to further a hobby It allows us
to shell out J218 for a season ticket to the K.C. Athletics games. find It necessary to tape greater latitude of expression and accomplishment.
and save television programs for

showing at prime times FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
Successful Dook Benjamin Franklin proposed

Mark Twain published a successful daylight saving time when he was Suwannee County Residents
United States Minister to France.
book that contained, according
USE to a biographer, "not a lie calculated that Parisians need- BRODY C. HARRIS
single word that critics could essly burned candles for 1.281

FUCO praise or condemn His brainchild hours In spring and summer when Sherwin-Wflliama Co.
was a "self-pasting scrap- they could have for nothing "the SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME aThe
book" with gum-coated blank, beautiful and pure light of the .... 8t rtMM l JimUYK
Brand pages : un", Paris laughed him down. Licensed Funeral Director FLORIDAwin
I Not until 1907 was the Idea revived 625 S. Ohio Arenue OAK.
this time by an English
Insecticide Payroll Expense Up man. William Willett advlcatedthat -- -
Total payroll expense of honpl- clocks be advanced 80 minutes 01\\ .
I u; FOR till in 1963 reached $7.3 billion, In summer "While daylight PHONE 362-1234 v

BEST RESULTS accounting for 66.3 per cent of surrounds us," he said, "cheerfulness -
the total til billion expended by reigns, anxieties press less -
all hospitals. heavily. and courage ls bred for
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Annual Future homemakers Banquet of LIVE OAK ,

Held At School Cafeteria FridayThe

annual banquet of the Future Homemakers of
America was held Friday night in the school cafeteria.
Miss Peggy Ware, president of the organization, was I Bntnfortl Loir-Rent Housing Pro/net* Iteing OCClIl.1 .

master of ceremonies. Charles D. Williams Jr. was guest "" .
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ford High School told the group baaed on scholastic ability \" < ) : I
how he remembered many of the participation In F. H. A. "' :' '4 ".;.?, ; : : : ;, ., .. ..:. "; '

things that ran through hit mind New members receiving pins .
concerning his future before he were: Mary Drawdy, Myrtle .
graduated from high achool. "The Drawdy, Lynda FUsell. Connie! J \ .
future of ua all depend on our Humphries Sherry Story Patty
young people who In just a abort Fletcher and Pat Townsend
time will be adults"Williams said. Members awarded junior decrees 'fI:
Williams told the group that were: Janet Howell. Carol ,
parents teachers and leaden can I Phillip, Sandra Terry Carolyn ,' (J-"., .... ':.. ..
help you plan your future but Scarborough and Charlene Suns. 1'r." .' t .f
then It is up to the young person Miss Brenda Barnett president : '<';:' ;{'." \t. .... .
to out the plans Williams elect was presented with thepresident's .) .. .
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themselves for the rapidly

changing Miss Sandra world. Terry daughterof Family Dinner Held Above b shown a few .f the homo In the while Authority In Branford announced that both the col- and several unit In each subdlvliUoit have been eo.cupled. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tern At Williams Home Sawaane C*.nty Housing rt*> 't .. US 17. Frank red and white anlt are BOW ready for cwupaiwy (Democrat HUff Photo) I
of Branford received the homemaking A family dinner was held Sunday R. Norris, director of the Siwanc** Oontr Homing
award that U given by the In the home of Mrs. Lois P.

Woman's Club Will I pot.Williams and Mrs Minnie L. Phil Branford Students fJiwt/onl IMVI To Branford FFA ; Branford Personals I

Those present were Mr. and .Meet Thursday'
Honor Teachers Mrs R. W. Sherwood and family
Attend Festival The Branford Parent-Teach. District -
The regular meeting of the of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. H en Association will meet Thuri- Chapter Mr and Mrs. Leon 8lm add Daytona visiting Mr. and Mra I.
Branford Woman's Club will be 8. Sherwood of Atlantic Beach Students in UM third fourth day night tonight( ) In the family of Gainesville spent the I P. Philpot III and family
held Wednesday afternoon. May Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sherwood and tutu, and sixth grades at Bran school cafeteria at 7,10: p.m. ContestVinner week end visiting Mr. Slm'i motner Mr. Diwhl Puryear la a patientin
19. In the club building. This will son of Gainesville Mr and Mrs ford School attended th* Folk TSM Branford Chapter Future Mrs L. A. Sims and other relatives. St. Luke Hospital) In Jackson
be the final meeting of the clubyear Tom Connella and family and_ Festival, at White Springs Friday Homemakers of America The Branford Chapter of Future vllle,
Sidney PhIl DOt nf rUlnMritlo Ur About one hundred and forty win have the program and will Farmers of America participated Mr. and Mrs A. R. Hatch and Mr. and Mrs. R. C Hated had
a dUrs.o. -Ph t'n4i ;;
A special program will be pre- sIt .students teachers and chaperons prearnt a fashion how of the In the District FF.A contest family spent Sunday in Jackson .as Sunday!! guests Mr and Mr*.
tented honoring an teachers of ly of Bell ),Ir. and Mrs. Colin made the trip by bus The group garment they have mad the I held In Montlcello Friday I vtlle visiting Mr and Mrs Harvey Palmer Daughtry and family of
Branford High School. Tracher Williams of Lake City Mr and left Branford at 1:30: a m. for school Urm.Officers night Branford walked off with Harris and other reUtlvesR Lake City and Mr. and Mrs Wait*
Appreciation Day will be the Mrs. Charles D. Williams Jr. and White Springs; after attending for he coming year top honors In the Harmonics and M. Chandler Is a patient In er B. Long of Atlanta Mrs Long
theme of the program. A teacherof son. and Mr and Mrs Leon Olatch the Folk Festival, they enjoyed a wilt k* IniUlled at this meeting. String Band category the University of Florida Medical U spending a few days this week
and family of Branford Interested The harmonica was. played by Center In Gainesville with her .
the year will be chosen and picnic lunch and toured other All members and persana parents
named at this meeting. parts of the Stephen Fouler Ms- are urged to attend this Doyle Bell and the string band Miss Hilda Jones Is vacationingIn .
A musical program will be presented Mrs. Sinn Honored ,, mortal returning to Branford final meeting of the school term. conalited of Victor Bradow Wendell Miami and U the guest of her Captain Bllgh and his men
by school student M about S p.m. Melletle Wayne Rlrkerson school: mate, Miss Laurl CrnwleyI. floated about 4.000 miles In an
members are urged to attend this On 76th liirtlulay TM trln- mi sponsored' add dl_ John Hollow and Johnny Flaaell T Phllpot Jr., Dun and Ann open boat In the Pacific in I78-
meeting Mrs L. A. Sims of Branfordwas rented by CiiiuMh, band IIiIS Student The Bran fordChap!.,., placed second Phllpot. spent the week end In a record of endurance.
honored with a family supper irector and head of ths music In public speaking by Jorrr ---- --- --- --
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celebrating her aerenty-slith I department at Branford School. Scarborough.The .
birthday Saturday night at the Students. from Branford High winners will go to the state
If you were born In lake home of Mr and Mrs. Thom lomeroining Set Attnmfonl School: attended led Bets Club contest held In Daytona Dfsch In MR. TOBACCO FARMER
as Fletcher near Branford. Convention held In Orlando Friday June.
of odd-
May an The largt birthday rake made )1..1110.1181Homf'COlJlln and Saturday I H. W Buggs, chapter advisor\ Fiery: year many farmer face serious financial probe
numbered year, renew for the occasion was decorated In will be held Sun The convention began Friday accompanied the young men! to onds by when hall their storms.I tobacco. Is smashed to piece In a fw are.
drivers license pink and green. Mrs. Sims re* day. May U. at the Branford and was. climaxed with a banquet Montlcello.So .
your know you acre that serious thought should b given
oclved many nice ,Ifta. Methodist Church. Mrs. One Saturday
guaranteeing your Investment and income from
this month. Out of town guests Included Ftther of Tallahassee will be the Those attending from Branford tobacco Why your your
not give ni* a call today and irk m* writ a
taint Meet
Nr and Mrs. Clarence McOhln rooming speaker School wed Susanne Murray, Pat hall policy for you. Financing available,
. Mr and Mrs. Dude Thompklns A basket dinner will follow the I I Parker, Phlllls Koon. Johnnie Kay The regular meeting of the B
Reece Brown and grandsons, and Mrs. Henry morning services In the Fletcher Bradley and Amy Buggs. Mrs Scouts Troop 90 will not be held Farm Bureau Insurance CompaniesLEON
Mellon of Lake City and Mr and Annex 1. P. Phllpot Jr the sponsor, and tonight Thursday. J. GILL SR. A
COUNTY JUDGE lira. Leon Sims and daughters of I An members, former members I I Mrs. Olen Murray aUo mad the The next regular meeting will Phone 3021274 3&-2A77
OainesvUls. and guests. art Invited to attend trip. be bald Thursday night. May I'
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(9-f g/1 :eh 4i f 1 Mitt Elaine Dennis Training WSCS Slates DaysTwo I Here And ThereLt j 1

leadership training sessions Lex McKeithen of Reese Air Mr. and Mrs.Frank Futch Jr. an
have been planned for members of Force Base, Lubbock, Tex" spent children, Angela and Frank n
WOMeN the Woman's Societies of Christian the week end with his parents, spent Sunday afternoon in Jack,
Service of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKeithen. sonvllle with Mr. Futch 8r'+j
'- 1 Churches within the Tallahassee Mrs F. W. Tyson Sr. of Hawthorne brother-in-law and sister Mr and
District. and Mrs E. J. Daniels. of Mrs. Newt Ward.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor The first session will be held Orlando spent the wee* end with Mrs. Mahone Rees spent Tun.
Thursday, May 20, at the Metho- Mr and Mrs Alex McKeithen. day in Jacksonville.
Royal Service Met dist Church of Mayo and the second Mrs. Frank M. Greene and Lt. and Mrs. Thomas T Han
Mrs. Hill Guest Tuesday, May 25 at the daughter, Miss Judy Greene, of and children,Kimberly and Tram
Last Tuesday Methodist Church of Greensboro Jacksonville spent the week end mell. of Albany, Ga. spent thf j
Speaker At Club The Royal Service of the First I Registration for both sessions will here with Mrs. Greene's sister, week end with his parents it,
Mr. W. R. Hill, District Direc- Baptist Church met Tuesday May begin at 9:30: ajn. and the pro- Miss Maren Brorsen and Mrs Dennis Hart.
tor from Branford, was guest f, In the Parshley Building.Mrs. gram at 10:00.Dlatrlct : Mrs. J. D. DeSalvo and daughters Miss Caroline Hart spent o,
speaker at the Live Oak Woman's J. W. Massenglll openedthe officers are in charge of Betty, Patsy, Cindy, and week end In Hamilton Counts J
Club meeting Friday when club meeting with a prayer after these leadership days, designed to Jody of Mobile, Ala. spent several with Miss Jean McLeod.
members met for their May meeting which she called on Mrs. Willie I assist officers, secretaries of lines days here last week with Mr. and Miss Kay Airth of Orlando
Mrs. Hill spoke on general Hlngson for the program, the sub- of work and circle chairmen in Mrs. Jack White. spent the week end with her Par. j
federation work and the benefits ject being "The Book That Lived"A planning the year's work on the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch Sr., ents Mr. and Mrs. W. C Airth
derived from active participation. group consisting! of Mrs. Hen + : 'fl local level. Miss Jill McMullen PSO RU
The business meeting was presided ry Skinner, Mrs. J. O. North, Mrs. All WSCS members within the Junior Club To dent Tallahassee, spent the weekend .!
over by the President, Mrs' K. M. Clayton Mrs Bryant, and r Tallahassee district are Invited to with her parents Mr, and II I
V. J. Smuts. She announced that I Mrs. Q. B. Deese Sr, read verses 4 .M fl ar participate in one of the sessions Install OfficersThe Mrs. J. L. McMullen. \;,,
the club house had been sold and of scripture. Mrs W. M. Jernlgan Each person attending is asked to Live Oak Junior Woman's .1 Miss Jean Wells of Olssgo. K,
hoped that plans for a new club gave the part on "God's Word In' bring a sandwich lunch Club will have their installation a student at the University a
house would begin In the very Many' Tongues", Mrs Tom Allen Mrs. W Clyde Dempsey Is Pres- banquet Thursday night May 13 Georgia Athens Ga., spent the
near future. the part on "Sowing The Seed", ident of the Tallahassee District at 7:30: In the Elks Club. week end with her grandparent
The club voted to donate $22.SO and Miss Bertie Mae Robinson the Woman's Society. New officers to be installed by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hackney
towards sending a high school part on "Harvesting The Fruit"The r i b Mrs. C. T. Balsden, parliamentarian Mr. and Mrs. Jack White art s.
junior to Girls' State In Tallahas program closed with a "wYF are: President Mrs Roy tending the Postal Supervisor
prayer by Mrs. Charlie Webb. Anna Miller Circle Mrs. Convention in
Slemp; 1st Vice President Jacksonville thi
see.An announcement was made of I Rich Capell: 2nd Vice President. week.
the district workshop to be held at Breakfast Given For To Have BanquetThe Mrs. Ernest Sellers: Recording Miss Neva Rogers, student it
the Branford Woman's Club on Anna Miller Circle will Secretary Mrs. Pomeroy Carter: North Florida Junior Collfjf,
May 25.Mrs. Juniors, Seniors have their Installation lIanquel'Satard. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Madison. spent the week end with:
R. L. Brinkman and Mrs Saturday night following the ., night at the ElksLedge Mattox Ward, Treasurer Mrs her parents, Mr and Mrs. war: .
Wm. R. Slaughter furnished the Junior-Senior Prom the Elks .k fir, at eight o'clock. George Day: and Board Members, ston Rogers.
luncheon music. Mrs H. B. Wool- Club was the setting for a break 1 P, Husband of member will be Mrs. Al Wilson and Mrs. Reginald .
ey gave the devotional and Invo- fast at which time Miss Eleanor o guests ef the club Scott. (Office Supplies at Me<'rtmOll'I''
cation. Dees, Miss Diane Crews, Miss
Ouests of the club were Mrs Dawne McKeithen, and Miss Bob- I
Roy Slemp, Mrs. Al Wilson. Mrs. bl Davis assisted by their parents DOLLAR-SAVING -
Bill Howland, Mrs. Danny B. Mc- Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Dees.
Crlmon, Mrs. Reginald Scott Mr.. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr, Mr.
Edward Mulllns. Mrs H. Lloyd and Mrs. Harry McKeithen, and
Gouge, and Mrs, F. W. Tyson Dr and Mrs. Joe Davis, entertained
Mrs. E.. L. Kent received the Juniors and Seniors.A DEALEROWNEDAND
door prize. green and white motif was ._ I
Hostesses for Friday's meeting carried out in the decorations and Mr and Mrs Foster Braiton Dennis of this
were Mrs W, L. Tedder, chairman, floral designs. the> engagement and approaching marriage of ------1
Mrs. Thomas Radford 8r., Mrs. The buffet table was centered Elaine, to Elsie Elston Williams Jr., son of Mr.
H. W. Perry, Mrs. O. B. ROIlS Miss with an arrangement of white oak Llston Williams Sr.. of Rt. a, Live Oak
leaf hydrangeas and greenery Miss Dennis li a 19'* honor graduate of 8nwanne High School
Around one hundred and twenty -
She attended North Florida Junior College In Madison where she EXECUTIVECAR
wmiI BLUE LUSTRE juniors and seniors attendedthe
breakfast. was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa scholastic fraternity and
ELECTRIC $ 19 Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity She> received a diploma In
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CARPETSH. MPOOIt AU. ..: Ada Mae Roberson Mrs W. R. Secretarial Business earlier this month.
VIII, M dNN Slaughter, Mrs. P. C. Crapps Jr, Mr. Williams li a 1959 Suwannee High School graduate He
Gn I'.Eail Discount U .. Furnltur BO Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. C. B II employed In Live Oak at the United States rOil Office.A .
Warner, and Mrs. W Z. McLeod. July wedding ill planned.



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Mitt Hull usr kav. anla.t Ik* octal a. If It...... and If nay of tko an*** In tk* Circuit Court of Ik. Third Judicial
usually nine to 12 feet thick the MoO.. Sim*, d..swMu ml ICounty. .r: named Dofendaato arc diverted. remarrlod. > Circuit. I* and for Ruwnnnc
National Geographic fays. to tko Cwuuty J.d.. ., S._.. .. ,... taelr' rcp.Uir* ipooieo, sad Coast,. Florida and you are kenhyaummoned.
11rz PA* County, .......... ., kl* offa in tk. If ... or ..... of thaw. k* ...... tketrnnkaow ordered, and required, ,. fll 10
court has>. of .*ld County at Lit. Onk. kelr aS mw, ......_ ..... your written. ...._. or ..,.....* to eh.Oowplall .
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t tM .. tk* first ....'...'.. of tkl loeator. saai..*. rvardlaa sad cndlt Ike. ....... entitled eauee I I. Ik* ..fl.o
"j Public Notices _,.... Two oplM ., OHk .104. or dwwand or*, .. other poraoa. or panic. clclmlntany of the Clerk .. the Circuit. Court .hi and
tkoll ko In wrKlM. M4 tkoll *'Ut* rlikt. till, ectal or l.t.n.l ky fop C.un1', Florid. at his
tk* platy of mMmM s.d: pool mttttm mm* tkrouih, or dr any of Ik* akor atfle.. .I-: C.Sn Ho... In 1,1,1 Oak.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS to ky tko .|.1.| ..." kl* ....1. or ..1ten. aad to tka follo.ln. deccrlhod real May, Itlt. and to mkaaawer
OR TRADE: NAME LAW .. ..4 *oMiiipoiilo4 ky 5 flllnc to* atato. or any part tkeroof *iiato, 171.t or ;defence .-.II-V.'r: At.
I1'1 CLARA S. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN ., w. dollar,. sad wk claim. or dmwad and b.lnt I In Siwannco County, Florida I ......., for Plaintiff/ herein wkoeo ...
Nvtle' to kerekjr" al... tka tk. under* not .. fllod hall k. void. lawn ..... U P. O. Hoi $1. Llro. Oak, Florida. ,
sled ......., to Ik* ffetltloua ...* LAWTON E. B1MR Tk* Swab Hlf (SS) of Soctfcni .* or kefor cald, dale, a* required ky
1. alatuto Caapter SeotloB. 101.. A. ........ '4 Ik. tail Will Twonty.nlnc III, LCM AND EX'CIPT tkc .lawn of Florida, and Ike Itl4 Florida
S*. Florida Statute'ht will Hats and TMUmoal of Manus D tko folnwlnt deccrlbed par. Ruloc .. Civil P_...,... If you) fall to
1rto Mrs. Burnett with tko Clerk .. tile Circuit Court In plus. 4_... lion tkerooft, b main Un Uclkaln ... ao a Dorr** Fro Coafeaoo will k* en.lend .
'r and lot .._.... County, florMa. upon ...1 Wccl ol tko ........, roar ......, ,..* for tk. relief demand.d .
[Circle HostessThe rerelpt of proof ol puklkatlo of this of the ........., Quarter (SK>4 I of la ,... .. 0.........
tic* IK* fkulln..w. to wW I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,... _"' ..., Quarter ((8W1 ( ofaaM T.*) ar. further notified/ that Ik. *..
J p Alice OavcnU Circle of the PEPPERMINT DRIVK-IN THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 5.nn.a Twenty.nln (1/l end tare of ..Id Suit .la to rmv. ........
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:1 expect to ...... I. ..,....* In llv. a .1.'...* .f .. .. and fourkuadred Plaintiff to the l.cric and real octal
hit Baptist Church met Monday Oak. Florida Sad *>> addr*** .. Eaet IN CHANCERY No- iMy' ..,la n-ikcucandtkc. Mail*, lymt and kelnf In Ruwanneo
[ afternoon with Mrs Oeorce V. S. M.Tk Mourn t. DotS fo tkV no* udkoacflt (' .".. 4>./l(.*l .h.'... '''.... County Florida) h.nlaaS.s .... .
: ....., of *wi.e cklp I 1. ..'1... of J. D. Odoai. 5'. >ndVcrml run North a dlctan. of IS,... and. Th. saws af tk. Court In wklek Ibis
[ Burnett & EDWIN S. MOORE .. rkllllpi. o.t<..... his ..if.. on* kdr4 ....,1'.,... ....',...... Suit kac keen Inctltutod I*. Circuit
MM. O. C. Bryant opened the r l>.... this tilt day of April A. D. rialatlff.Goarf ndtkn''. It and "I r15151 ckiln.. Curl Third. JudMal. CIr..,,, |n and for
ItSI. v. than. run EMI a .I.'.... ., nine Suwanneo Cost riorlda and Ida aid
meeting with a prayer. Mrs. John t EDWIN B. MOORE Povllnv. at. and. four knndred' one.Ikmiaandtkc hnvlatdlll..5 tkl/* caea Ic, Homer t.
1 Perry chairman presided over the 4.... KofmdtatcNOTICE I* and 4K/lttl a." for Iko ... and Benefit .f J. D
k 1 .... 1)4... Jr. aad Vcrnlo
TO DEFEND .555..lbnN run South a "I.' ,
t i business meeting. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt of tkro and on* kuadred. all .500 Ib' wif.. P'.I ltlf. n. Goon"IIeCi.: ,.
Mn. P. R. Falrbanlu tare several JUDGE IN AND FOR SUWANNCE Goort. De..I.... .... If ..."IeoI. kl. ono-tkeunadtk* (I and ItlMcaciknln .t aL.\to Dofondaat.
COUNTY FLORIDA IN MOBATl. akiicwM IPOM M. t, Hardoo, and If to Ik,* point ., keolnnlni! It kereky Ordered that ISIS Orderaad
chapter of the book 00 IN UK: Tke Sfat..5MARCUS marrlod, kla. ask.... CPOMMI CkrlctlnaDramk and all .. ...., part of Sortlo N..'... ....11 k* ..,"."'"i .... .
I Home And Tell". Mr. and lira Clifford W. Hall D. SIMS. and. If ............ k..r vnlinownBMIOI Tklrty.lwo (III l ln Monk of Ike week for four (II ..._.,..* week
I Deae* ! During the social hour the 'lot Altameat Springs anaeance NOTICE OF PRORATETO husband and "If.. I Vklor 0. and Gulf II......... LIPS ANSI : In Llv. 0.5, FlarM ad55,5e
hostess served party sandwichesand the engagement and approaching ALL PERSONS; INTERESTED IN Drank, and Ckrlntlnc' K:. PiMwk, II.... EXCEPT; tk. Bal Half, ( ) 5..n.l Slrralallan. Isawan..
N.wbnn .
e. ,. '10......
a THE ESTATE OF SAID DKCEDKNTlYou bad nnd >lf*| Walur E. JCMMO andIf Block TklrtyoM (III of
"Cokes" to the 11 member marriage el their daughter are notified tkat writ. married, kit ........ *po,.*i W. II:. an per tk* plat tkerenf a* rrmrdeden Wloas sap hind u C1.rS .f old,
present San Uiatnojoat purpertln* (. tk* I...*. and If .......... kl. anlinownPOOMI Vet* dW Flat Monk I of tkc ...Jult" C...... Suwcnnoa ('''.''. Ph...
Alice Lea te Taetwas Leal* Do,. Uat Will mitt Teeuaieojt W ..17 dere.I Eddl 'J.nw., sad If married, I.'.. and. tk* ...1 .f .,|d Court nt tlvo
1 Mrs Jr ef Mr. and Mrs .. ku keen I admitted ,. "....,. I* kl* ..known ._... ....... ...... and Kkllc: all :."T"T .i'li Oak. Ruwnnnc* Pou-lv. r....M*. M tk.
1I eon ISIS Ce.... Yen *r* ......., oinmandd If m rrl4, kr unknown cpouioi Alf.. "'.'''. ...... Tw.I". U t> Eaeti tttk" day .'I.April Av D. ill.
Helen Masters Circle Theses Lair DebMns Sr. ., wltahi" oil .....01.. **eMk> from tk* a* Horn*. *n4 Dorotko* Homo, kv.liaadand Lau AND EXCEPT all of Ik. ill 1 lr(.Hli'A. srMIONS
I tot* .. U. Neal ........'10.. .f ISM ... ..,.. E4moo,4 Ian*, and Klta!: Lano, tea and. .,.... mineral In, .. ornnder Clerk ., tke Circuit Court
Charleston S. c.. feraerly ef .... to appear ta this Court and thaw kmnand nad wlfci Honry J. Platl, and tk* Soutk .I'I( .' IM *".. C"""' rlwtd4t. .
Met MondayThe Live Oak. N.M con. why th* .rtto If marrlo4. kl* ninown iponm I. C Soutkwot Vln.rter \'I.> tk* (SEAL)
I of tklo Itc.r. adiulttlnt cald vlll t* Tartar, and If married, his unknown NHkwet Uuartvr theSoutkweel "" L""*. "..4f.t<. D. c-
Helen Master Circle: of MM Hall alleiMkd ReUlnsCellege .....*.. ........ not eland unrevoked.RKECE aaYN511/ at ..II... plnr** ., _......* Uu.rt.r (SWtil.I. tk* .||
I the First Baptist Church: met at RROWNCounty nre nniaowntRownme Nonk Half (N15) of Ik* NoMkeul
and OrUnde Junior Cel* Judf luwunne Rlr Railway Company, a Quarter the church: Monday afternoon J.... gradaaled from Florida County, Ftotd ..........,.... It. ..........* .. ,..*..*...j with 9 members present. $54 Star RMHy and Tinker Comoatr, norporatlon. (101 and LESS AND ATIILKTC'S: TOOT GERM
Stale fnlvmlly! with a BacbtUr > II. .......... .. tr..._, EXCEPT* undivided. e*.**...luklkc HOW TO KILL
Mrs. O. B. Oeese chairman: op. I. IN TUB COURT OF THE COUNTY Tko Dowllnt L....., and. Naal' II..... It/11 ...,..., hi and .. all ., ,... IT.
ened the meeting with a Bible ef Made Education, was a JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY Company a .....-,..... It. ....*..... oil., lac and otker .......*.. In ." or IN CMC IIOUR.T. .
Wr ef T.. w.. FLORIDA. IN PRORATE.IN or ,..._.. Dowlla. L..... Company under Ik. ...,..... Quarter 11111141
iea Beta Sigma
verse and led In prayer. I > RKi: "..... of ........'10.. II. ._*..* or ,...,_t of tk. ...,....., Quarter (111'41 of ..-L .... clop ,". ltd and kurala.
Mrs. H. O. Penuel gave wnralch.p.era ROTR'S National Band Prater MARCUS D. RIM* ..,...... L...... t......,, a oorpnro.lion. aid Meellmi Tnntr-.,.. lift.DKrKNPANTR or al any deaf itoro.
P.MaJ.4 .It. ttecr .. Iniitoeai C. W. ORKRTINUSl I* 1"I.: : ::: chin ..Iw.h..ff. *
of the book. "Go HomeAnd Itt, Marching Chiefs RympbenleBaad. T. All Cretan ... P_. H....f I>...... ('_...,. a r..punlbn. It. an*. You, and ...It .. you' arc kcreky Then watek HRAI.THT: chin ap.pearl .
Tell". Concert Baad. Choral Vn- ca.... m* PiBiaadc Ath>.' .... 1.,.,.' *e.or* or tnitee (k. ......... and notified. that a .." In Mnltr" .... *... HOW al UVR OAK DRUQ COiWISES
,! Mrs. Btarke Conner will be the To aad Mk .. you) or* horoky nail principal pU. .. ., ..".,..*. .. all ofwklrk kmckt aoalnet I youj ky 1' (. DRUU IB. J.....,
!... Pod Mederater ef the lied aad ......... to proeent o>? ...... art ."......l for la* *.* aad Voneflt of.r'D. Odom:
I June hosteaa. noam"I' -
WeBtmlnlBtee reUwwihlpa ef the
The meeting was closed: by all
repeating the watchword. .*.,.... ef Fiends and member
ef the WeitnlBster Frllewthlp For Sal4> Estate

al PSU.

(Office Seppllee at MeCrloMm's) Mr. Pebbles graduated fromSewaaaee

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High Scbeel./ at. Wny Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

fr tended Enkla Cellege and grad RIVER

Mled from North Florida Jen* REALTY

lee College with aa A% degree, FOR SALE FOR RENT 407 Howling St.Parm .

VsMesta State Cell" with aBA Bureau Bldg
? LITTLE ADS POR BALE: Used Tires and POR RENT Bpeees for mobile
degree Plerida !Slate! t'al- Phone 303-1S2B
TubM. Bargains I for care, homes Plenty of room Nice
WINSTON! I. ROOERA RealterSpecialising
vrUy with a MS demo la BIG RESULTS ,
trucks tractors. All sisei avail and elfan. Good well water. In Farm Acreage

1.I.aD4'e cad eeenorUng sad a able Some like new Hundreds Lake for fishing and swimming Sales and Loans
ntnr :
member ef the Wettanl.btrrPrOwvihlr to pick from. Darber'a Service Morgan's Trailer Park. US 90 a tf

BULK CURING l al tbeaw eeOegee At Station. O'Brien31.3530. AIM West Live Oak Florida Phone

prroent the 'hHI...... te work fur****, ,.. will available through your neighborhood 363-2011. pcfdj It.It
no*) DFRoecrat ela.irr... .*> .
leg I. tb. ,..u. ..... system service station from -- ran BALI:tBarber's
the Jwb, ,aIe.U1..u. POR RENT: 3-INdrNauss
OPERATING al C1a.,....... Tire Service, whole. Brick venetr home, located Ship.ale .
Call Paul
B. Buwannee Ave
t I division eadj tf on wood Poreit, 3 bedrooms, I and
The wedding will be
.. evealef
DCAOUNK: FOR INSERTION: A. Byrd, 312.: 1351 or Je.Jt7.
H baths electric heat S
1T Jane twentieth at eeven .'. IM: TM. T.&n FOR SALE: New and used eajj U age

If you raise tobacco: don't elect In the ....... te the piano Prier Music Co, North -------.--, yean small down payment,
see and learn the latest LOW RATE FOR RESULTS FOR RENT- OnII.bIodroonun. pr'ce' ,000. P. If. A. finance
I.... Knee PresbTtrrian Ckareh.Orlaada. Ohio Ave, Live oak, lll-llll,
Powell engineering IH watt pea weed wilt a eajj U furnlshed holes, 104 N. E.: available to qualified buyer,

dsyTbwv.ay % rrtiayto. ...._ ., f .". ---_ ilatMCall 1431134.
works Show you how tit ......nHa rest be paid b* POR BALK: -. Poulan and Pioneer pdJJ ...n A home for sale In Sherwood Per
__ ___
conventional curinf to this Canl Of Thanks "'--.) chain saws parts and service. '.-- estt I bedrooms, 2 blithe its.
the week toe
pon RENT By
Ins room dining room kitchen
Logging supplies, hooka clamps
tenv-rVoven succettlul) / To afl of the members of the ONE WEEK FREE !
bows ban and flrpatf family parties a complete carport, utility room all on agood
Cuts labor costs In half, 1 Rocky Sink Baptist Church to aU ClMmirpMU .H.r.dl fee five for most small robes ..nlnM.tumllhod cottage al uwannee large lot good terms. I

electricity. of our friends and loved ones In weeks, rum .... Est week frw.IM Springs Reservations may be \
Tyre's Saw A Engine Service
Set the high opacity oil Suwannee County and eUewhere' | win MT I' a y.I' we**] formerly ElecUlo Service Co.mad.. In advance. Call II3-3R38: PAUL A. BYRD, RatterdnHMrweat
who have been so thoughtful and weeks eaU U 404 B. Ohio Ave
Get free tol Ith Bt Tour small engine
operation. your 'helpful during the Woes ef our t'.> fl.._M. P.-r.t Cuuha|. Live Oak Florida
new curing ,....table- son. Mark we want to ssy "'!bank fkams fee rrww KowlU headquarters. cadj tf POI RENT ,-room furnished / tfPARM

ever developed! You" Your cards letters gifts" FOR SALE Frame house and house on Darrow St. Ideal! for
Phone 3.3-1164. -- -- -- --------- -
and visits to him In the hospital MISCELLANEOUS runabout. trailer, and >0 "P'

MARK YOUR CALENDAR brought great Meetings. _. tip Johnson motor May be seen __ eej 11.1 AND TTMBEn LOANSIt
TheDstei Ta-ra, A Your prayers an the way thro 111 Van Duron 11&. Call 343 POR RENT -: Koine. 3 bedrooms AVAILABLE
have been a constant source of 3403. eaU U Pot Information call or ...,
FARMERS end bath near Wellborn. Call
The Ta..>ti Alt Day strength and blessings to aQ of us. ____ _-
MONET for your farm opera- iZ : 743-3101. cajj 13POR
a Roea Ptorlds
TM flseet Owt Itere" Tour generous help In a financialway Gnu at rtasonable cost. T.rma POR on 401 8. Ohio Ave.

has been most gratefully re to rat your neods. Loans up toT recommended rootatock. Crow RENT PumlshMl guild Live Oak Florida

Wi,". Please accept our thanks years. Can North Florida Pro. gel In containers. Bet any time, houB*. Contact Mrs. trby II Phone 343-Ug1

Bros. to each of you that had a part. ductlon\ Credo Aan. 8. Onto Priced to sell. After school and Slack Hl-3390 after I pm. a tf

Allbritton The Vemon R. CUftons Are, Uve Oak. TtL I&1-2M all day Saturdays. WW. Lundy IIJ'| tf

and Mark e a"-*.tf phone 112.II.J. pdlj 4'-l3 --
-- BALE 1 bedroom roM SALE .N IIOUM and lot
UTE OAK. o roll RENT: OR -
NOR 8AL r-- 7F"..77rtar.paulllna. unfurnished haw *'il. 110' w 1491 on S. Walker Ave.
Water containing only a amafl visit AWWir BEAUTY SHOP.
guaranteed to leak J. O. Cannon at Cannon AJ
343-lllt or N3-3143. saJJ U
percentage of potaseJum cyanide Machine, and cold
Ottls Brown Motors will U Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 143
win dissolve silver and gold wave permanenU glvrn. ()pt.
1117, call If
talon Annie H. Mills Mrr FOR BALE: One I n. rfrtgera JOB WANTED

Ue Wins and Mary Drew tor, New and unturxi. |110.

Boatricht. Manicurist Ruby Phone M3-I31. sell M.l .
hand. auto.Sanford
at Annie's each Thurf ___._ top IIORNE REALTY CORP.
raft BALE J-ytsr old mare motive specialties. Industrial.
SIDE-DRESS tSar rrtdsy and Saturday "'alnlld.eomm"eI.L Prefer sales U gsrsgts BRANCH OmCCIII
caul U with, saddle 1200.

gentle, fast Is a pel. duaran Ind service staltons or W. n_.... it,
teed. satisfaction. Joe Kamlln what have you. Have good pick

Lacy 8 Ranch Mayo .... .... Rl I. ... H.D, Uve Oak.Pla. GEORGE B. DEES

YOUR CORNNOW MEMORIALWORK ANY TYPE Telephone 74-3777, sell ll'l pbj) 11-13 ABelaaPhono

lj POR BALE: Fond' Supra-D- WANTED 362.16M

diesel tractor, S months old like

new condition. 13100. Terns 30 ACRCH

DONE can be arranged. Can or see WANTED-::-El* tf1eal-; lie: About Livable IS Mike llou Prom* a Live nd Water Oak

John V. Philpot. M. P. Lake pairs or new wiring MfrtsrnI Mile Off I..tawh.' ..,

with 1 1rC Granite Marble Bronze City, edJJ, 13-3 tor repairs. Air IIWldlU n", ., ISM Uwn IM Per Monti.
,.;... Hz.333J '" Bell Or Trade
roa ; ; old Rock parts and IUP u... Call 343 .
BALE I0-w -_
UVE OAKMONUMENT 3311 dam cell 0-3
ComUh fryers. toe each; young ? ? -- MACREI1S
CO. stint hens. II M each; young Acres In CultivationPTve

1 former.. S.tWor!, Rep.PHOTO started litr."$. slid each: I For s.1 -n..1 EsUt Mllee To Town
brooders II* each: I electee Good WalerhuieNlee
--- chicken picker, 144 Can 343IMT Buildln Bile
COLORINO IN OIL:: raft SALE Two W I 100 lot. *.
call 13 1(400 -- I/I Urea
OiarVs) A. Taylor Rl. .. Beg la' ds. T3 and T4 on Louis Blvd

less Live Oak. PU. Phone 353231. raft BALE IndiaHl s4.' 3Se w.Iteverty IIUls ..&..... |.tM .a.h. let r ACREAAlpta

SOLUTION Pl W-3 Contact. A. Curt HI. I. M*> Terms ean be. arranged. for
Nice Brtek llome
tf. B hr'."
Phone T7>.|43I, tjuaUfUtd buyer Modern Bath
all U Rt. tM. Vtneenlewn. ... J. Three Bedroom

'X"-r"fted tad txtn pra&U aidavdreM afl TOW con with! qoicl'* HELP_ WANTEDWANTZD pdjl 11.13 T.....Oood AOolment Losallon Corn sass

adlDI.loac.Wt1q ARCADIAN CcIdea URAN N"atJooptI SoIati a.I& Ul** Start order eook alA FOE lua Good Parm Land

''plenty of aitrocea to male earn crow I froo* and yield t4f-ud Golda.| W Drive In. tpnnem Batvsge snd yew ButldUvgMaterial TRAILKR:; OWNEKJl 131400 3S% Down

ratlrfot but rto* Mwewaary. A >- LOn FOR SAL -
URAN ytorldn thi/ Deeded' nitrogen the last twy trl1. ply to lire ft. cajj UWAJTTTD Plywood PafntBngInUlor GOOD muss prvwd MMairntV Have ........ bead Home

pnvsrsunor CITY Ibttt line In) la The |loo to |S 000. Range

Yap CM .W4xJrfni ..., sass per dy with! l qDt Goldoi UJUN.I LAM U wxjft soda._ Doer PAUL A. BYRO. Maria erms Can V* Aff anted On Mast

lat' fountain at A" W Drive ... AhMBtowM Wtndvt 404 a OhIo Ave.
yet' HTO that tad work in a toy RMMOO by Laving M gkU-drea.
I Better Apsli m OnOIL all U Antes La'storMOahaalsed LIve Oak. Florid.Olt' SALE 1-bedremt. home I

{you.Jgai caD m op sad irell do the entir*joi qdeiJy gt low cost prt'llak ICN.f m 1.m and. PUeUe Pipe Phone MI...* lecaUd I s aa. from Lite Oak.
*.uryoarceragcb UMfidda. nitnogrD II needs to maka Lig yieldlot an yal:' Ape U .. ... Apply Hi personA Flea Tt1. etf with 3 shoos ef lad aa D. A i

Order Coldea URAN today. M W Drtte In. eaJ' U Opt eBtery NO&anL'MaterteJ. KU: _-__ _, H_ highway ,..... tree" deep w0
It. W, roil BALE Week end w vasatlen with ekwarto. ,.... PAUL A.

WANTED Wsltresnw., Apply at few MUM West ef lade CWyOn sell, and M en ..... Lake. BYROl Realtor. tot) .. Ohio

Dixu onn. e uj/ ) na.-t .... BMtudwa). teed fwurkf, sod. re* Are.. Uve Oak. PU. eat) U

See is MW fMMLc-WeB ULAN WArTRrse373WA1rr2D-MM w-. -.- ---- -- vein $14 )lasirm epnC Be* Tttrarr laa+e. -

BUckkww AP*. rhesus"
be ewer II. Apply k. pmon betwees mmN2.317' fftclrnt Circulation
POll a.u.a pajj UPOn
) the Iketw. of ..!> am. atneOdey
tan R.u.rws. LakeOtr eey .*.. |IM Male EMtUh Bet A tree's .....r.Uoa System for
ter, Mrtiaay Uaine*]. |M. Petrvler BALE By ewner. 1 Iota
eejtfRCLPWAjrrCD Its vital.. to paitUuU/ly efticl*
......... 1 Peeks ..... leatrued" w fRarwool 3breet.
WILLIAMS BROTHERS : SoeaweneUhelp Ctatnta*. 134) Bob Arab. VM. T1. Ito IJtV, Prteod U ..& Phone .... A tree eould raise this' fluid

to Rt e/ffee. rhesus $92Sus sat Mahn 194.321Ml..$544 er writ P. O. Beg UT. to a helgal ef* theu.*ed feel the

.**.. I Pa>... 3S210S3 1MI er IGUII.n U pall IM3 Uve Oak. "cJJ"1 filtoaal Oeeyn.sue. ..,..





l/"..%* Front. Court .being fully advliedi. .....*, .........1 property aad furalj
And Activities From Feeder Calf Sales Planned For Clutch. Hydraulic action ll"-111,7 IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGEDthat Into A 16e1." ....." will b* Mqulrt .
la. Mid will .ke ..d the Mm I. hereby aoconpany bids. a* C"( > pmnaal proih
c1i" Syitem II RU. Four hlid admitted to record M .having.. keen eatMfaetorlly art and furnlchlnga' only Bach ca I
I rfHENR fa*. IS" III............ pro..... Lot letter teetamentary will b* for eaah. Th. ,ndenlgncd r.1
CENTERBy Florida; Sales Rules OutlinedBy Fuel Tank moulds films It lalloacapacity. l..u to the said Lawton K. .... the right to reject all blda. Bid !
Sim. the Eiecuto named .hi said Will will h* accepted or rejected within Shirt:!
Generator K amp 100 watt, 10.out.I. upon bla taking and subscribing the minute. after the opening and nadln
( Paul Crews, County. Agent) ed and commingled, Klsslm .. uiu.l oath of office. of the final bid.. Bid '0..... may be 010-
ROY SULLIVAN Director Suwannee County farmers who mee. Shook. Ahaorher" Front only Thl. Order entered. In U.. Oak Florid talned from the onderalcned.Th .
Springe front .,*0' lb. ......It'. o* April SO A. D. "". real property will b* cold fro and
The men's softball season is over eryone can see it. raise feeder calves for sale will Farmers desiring to sell feeders Spring. rear t..*. Ib. capacity withtunlllary ./ REECE BROWN clear of all 01..... and the pnrchaaer. will
note that 21 feeder calf sales are at any of these sales should contact .prince. County Judge, Suwanie .b* furnl.hed with .. abatrael of title
halfway through and Life of Steering .".d.r'. County, Florida showing food title 10''b* conveyed to
Oa. Is out in front by one game. This Saturday night the Saints scheduled beginning July 21 and I the County Agent's office. Tranaml..lon Warner T."", Four .0.1 punhaeer.lll .
ending this October 1. The sales are sponsored by the .peed forward, one ......... Th. rapsrt, may : Inap.eud byaenurtiag
They came from behind twice will play at the Recreation Center T''... gx| .11,1. ply tu..I.... IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, olth.r of : rnd.rutgn.d.
this past week to beat Suwannee dance between 8 and 11. Suwannee County farmers desiring Florida Cattleman's Association I Wkeola. Sere ...... and on* sonaroltr. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, / I. D. HENRYS
to sell feeder calves need e e FLORIDA IN PROBATE / IPIVEY M. BRA-BHAM
Funeral Home 6 to S and North Wlrid.bleld' wiper Eloetos poll- I
Florida Telephone 16 to 14. to do the following:: (School Supplies at McCrlmon's) (lvs ictlo typo IN RE I Th C.*T.E.tat BAKER of
Th. aucceaaful bidder mud change NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
In V. S. D..of.
STANDINGSWon Navy 1. Calves must be consigned on .
bookmobile from old. chaaala, to new NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice la hereby rive* that I. DukeMcCalllater.
Lmt entry blanks. ready for ..r.... bidder maul T. All Credllara. sad Pereona Having I .. Sheriff ef Suwannee
Public NoticesIN gl 9 :* Calves must toe produced by Claim or Domaad. Again.
of Oft 2. .
Life Th. bookmobile may be ..en all hereby notified that certain. execution liaued out of the
and each of are
Advent Christian 8 :f consignor. They must be sired by day on Friday at B....,'. T..... .... and required to you precent nay ." Court of Dunl. County, Florida

North Florida Tele. 4 7 1 I ir-j high quality beef bulls out of good THE COURT OF THE COUNTY lion. Live after Oak tlm and No will blda.b* con.received may and demaada have. a.which...nut. yon the, .or...either.. of of C.,1".1 I wherein, a Georgia Atlanta. Corporation Metallic Ca.ket, trading Company and

Snwannee Funeral 1 10 grade or purebred cows. Male JUDGE FLORIDA.SUWANNEE COUNTY, II...... .....ed. late of ..14 County, doing Iou.In... In the State of Florida ..
must be castrated. All PROBATE. Board of County Commlaatoaar the County Jades 0' Su....... Cou. Florida Ca.ket Company, la Plaintiff
calves IN REt E.tat of .sews the right to reject any and all Florida at Mi office In tho hou.e and Hugh A. Wllaon J... doing' ? bu.lneca
week be and VERNON LANIER BALES bids and I* walr formalltlee and readeertlae : 11 Wilson and .....
In women's Softball last calves must dehorned vaccinated ....... of .alai County at Live Oak, aa Brannon. la d..n. b>
D. and to award bid In .but Interect
Suwannee Pack came from behindin for blackleg, malignant T* All Creditor and Poreeno Havtaf. of Bowanne County.. Florida.' wlth/i/ .1. s.lsadar 810.110. from of this the virtu record of that of certain Duval County judgement Florida..*n .;+bIle -I
time of Ike tint
the last Inning to beat Suwannee ifl edema and shipping fever no less Claim. or Demand.. Afaln.t .Said I......., HOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS notice. Each. claim. or publication demand shall .. In.rIU. have. .levied upon and will offer for .ale
: You and each of yon are hereby SUWANNEE!: COUNTY. FLORIDA. .
/... In duplicate and shall ..t.teth and sail to the hlghect and beet bidderfor
Funeral 15 to 14. Suwannee than 10 days before sale. fled and required to CURTIS
claim O.
pr..t any HUMPHRIES, Chairman place of reeldeaco end pod office ....' at the front door of tho Court
Gulf Minimum weight for calves and 01.......* which you or cither of ATTEST I Hone
Funeral beat Vann's by a 3. add,.. of tbs claimant and shall fee In Live Oak Suwanne
you. may hue ...In.t tho ..... of LAVAUGH A. SESSIONS Clerk.
worn to by the claimant. his igent or to aattefy sari judgement and
score of 11 to 7. s will be 300 pounds. Vernon Lanler Balee, deceased lat. ofsold Lit ....,. and any each. claim or demandnot coat on Juno 7. 111. during the ....1
STANDINGSWon f 4. After consigning it is suggested I County, to the Count? Judvo of L M filed shall .be void hour of ...* the following deecrtbedproperty
Bow..... County, florid./ it his office I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF SLOUISE BAEERAdmlnlatrator towin8W
Lost feeders be separated by In .the court houoo of said. County at SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA >4 of SB* .f Section I, and WH
Suwannee Funeral 5 1 i sexes on the farm. When hauling Lire Oak Florid.. within ale calendar IN RE Tho E.tate ofIaY.rgna ./ DAVID BAKERAdminstnur .f SE<4 end BKH of SKit" of Section .
month from tho tlmo of tho flral 1, all ,In Township
4. South of
S 2Vann' them the petitionsto
Suwannee Pack to market use
publication of this notleo. Two ooplM .... Range II Eaat Suwanne County,
Gulf 0 5 separate males from females. of wen. claim or d.mnd'phull M In NOTICE TO CREDITORS Florid., containing' II* acre alte-,

Games scheduled for Thursday, This prevents additional shrink writing*and and ihlll post office etat addrel.the place of the All creditor Blue, deeea.ed of th. ire E...hereby.* of noti LaVercne IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. .. ...DUKE MrCALLISTER Sheriff
May 13, will find Suwannee Funeral age when feeders are being grad claimant, and .hall bo aurora to hy th*. fled and required to file any claim or FLORIDAIN FOR SUWANNEE PROBATE ......... eout,. Florida
i claimant, his agent, or attorney and accompanied demand which. thy may have ...1..' tt-l
Vann's Gulf and the IN all The E.tate of
playing ed. .
by flllnefee
of one dollarand sold Eatat In th* oil let of the County
winner facing Suwannee Pack in 5. Calves will either be graded such. claim. or demand not eo filed. Judge of Suwannee County, Florid.. In LUCY Deceeced.NOTICE HALL McCULLOCH.. INVITATION TO BID
chill be void
the nightcap. Games for Monday, and commingled according to ./ Iron Pledier .. the within oourthoace all calendar at Live Oak. Florida, OF SALE NOTICE. la hereby. given that the City
month from the
May. IT have Suwannee Pack Vs. grade breed weight, and sex, or a I Ac eieeutrl of the Lust Oat of the fin publication of tale :NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN that the of Uv Out Fiori.11. accept coaled
as.Us. .. .... bids
Will and Teatament of .. herein deacrlbed ..1_ sad the per. up to May 15. 111 at 7:15 P. M. at
Suwannee Funeral at 7:30: withVann' sifting committee will "shape" I V mon Lanler: Balei, deceaaed. writing Back end claim must' or.t.demand.. 'h. anal. .ho of I. aonalproperty and famlehlnga therein which. time all bide received. will b* opened
the winner. Individual calves into ll-t realdene and .. will: be cold I In accordance with tko provlalon and read aloud for furnlahlag the
Gulf taking on each owners pat office .dd. of the of this nolle. Sal* bids will following
uniform lots. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE claimant claimant and kla must. ,bo swore. I* by the by the underalgned up to II 4> Install. I. minimum of Tl* feet to a
or kla attorney or .'.......10 Noon ,. ..., maximum, of II** feet ef .
of baseball be sold the hun THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of It will L.somu law '.rtla 19 lilt S huh
The first week boys Seaman Calves will by void
Apprentice Tony Marvin FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNEE and 'b filed' according to ) at the premlcee I* Live Oak, ......... unitary. V. C. awe line t* a minimum .
practice took place last week. Carroll completed boot camp dredweight. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. MUM J. D.*HENRY!In and duplicate.'J. M. REARM County, Florida, III...,'.... aa follows. depth of 0 feet t* maximum
Teams will be made up on May Sales will be held in 1965 as follows VIRGINIA W, JONES Cieautor of the Will ., ..-.111 of U toot Including .....1.. ...1
April 27 at Great III. Lot. S 7. HI.k. Sewer
Lakes Plaintiff LeV.rgne Blue ......... and Blork "V OofTa material to k*
24th for the 10.11.12-year olds Subdlvlelon, Townohlp furulahed the .
: I Ia Set II, t* aeeeeaful bidder.Ale
Tuesday May 25, for the 13-14- and will report for duty as July 21 Kissimmee Livestock ROBERT: PAUL JONES IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT S _tho Range. II Let, I* build four and net ......
machinist mate aboard the US8 Defendant OF SUWANNEE for th* .kerelnabovo doMrlbed real Mtat ell, manholeo. for said lino .u._..
15-year olds, and Wednesday: Market. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF IN RE, Th. E.....COUNTY of FLORIDA. and ........1 property and. ,...'.hl... ful bidder t* furnish ell materialaComalet
Forestall at Norfolk, Va. TO Robert Paul Jon., Boa .rah. therein.' Bids will bo received. follow for ....hDIM.
May 26, for the 8 and 9 year olds. July 23 Hlllsborough Live Its II Evcly M. Roses a* l
oil Illlnola.' Set Ov its nil Mtata and ._lfle.IIo.. and other ....
Monday, June 7, is the date for Seaman Carroll .Is the son of stock Market Seffner. You are hereby notified that a Co.... NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dr a.d. which Include th. drape. dltlon- may--k*---obtained--al tin City'

the start of official league play. Mrs. Susie' Carroll of 503 Sixth August 2 Montlcello Live plaint. for Divorce. 10.. .been filed I. th* All creditor of the E.tat of E..I,. rice, elov.. and refrigerator Clarke' Office. Th City ........* the
above named Court and you ire required M. "..... .......... are hereby. notified (k) On the peraoaal property aid rtiht. to rejerl any and all hid.
Street, Live Oak. stock Market. to urn a copy of your Aniwer or Plead'Inn and required to file claim de furnkhkgal t tcr VERNAR HUNTER
Finl.hing touches tn the toilet August 3 Hardee Livestock to th* Complaint upon the Plaintirfc monde which. they may any have .or..1.., ( On the real I ....., nenoaal City Council efUv
Allorn.,. Wm. Randall Slauah- cold Eatate .. the office of the County property and furnishing t..nhA 0..'. Florida" I
facilities at the baseball area are Market, yvauchula. tor. P. O. Boo 101. Live I Ooh Florida, Judge of '....n.. Count,. Florida, In /' ATTEST IHARVEY
being completed. Concession stand : Townsend August-6 Graded commingled : and file the orlalnal I In the office, of the the conrthouM at Live. Oak Florida ISO .. depoclt will k* required to a*. W. PERRY
George Clerk of (he Circuit Court Buwanae* within eta, .....d.. month from the dale company snub.. kid .. sal aad the realeeute City Clerklll
electrical work Is finished. The sale, Gainesville Livestock County, Florida. Live Oil Florida, oaor of the flrat publication ., tale .Dt.... and i and I.I the. real
old score board stand has been Market. before the 4th day of June, A. D. I.... Back: claim or demand mat ... I. writing ,
I If you care la onteit th* aims other and must ..... the place. ., ncldenecad
removed to make way for some Named Winner August 11 Kissimmee Live. miss the .ll.e.tlon. of the Complaintwill Boat office. ..d.... of the .1.'...,
bleachers and the score board will stock Market. be taken a. .'dn .i.j.b, you. and mat .bs s.on to b. It's skim.aL. ,

be placed to a position where ev- DcKalh Award August 13 Orlando Livestock this Dan..d 10th day of d..April. In A. D.Oak.I...Florid. hie agent vole, aenordlns or his attorney M low, or.'It-muse will "beeoene he- New Home For Sale

Market. Laveuchn. A. H.i loao filed In duplicate.
(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
Arthur T. KOOM,
23 Tour sale Highlands
August ,
Suwannee County, Florida
Elecutor of the Will\ of
IT'S HERE George Townsend'has' been County. Old By Lillian Bedford. D. C. Evelyn M. Koon*. ......04. TWO BATHS-CENTRAL HEAT
named the winner of the 1989 August 26 Manatee County II.

I DeKalb Agricultural Accomplish. Sale Cattlemen's Livestock CALL FOR.. BIDS. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Air- nditioning Can Be Added
Sealed bide will received by the JUDGE IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
ment Award given to outstanding Market Tampa. .
Board of County fommlt.lon.r. of BunwannM COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
seniors in vocational agriculture August 27 Columbia County County, Florida, at Its place ofwannee IN REr Th. E..... erf -CONVENTIONAL
County, Florida, ., It* place. of MARCUS D. SIMS FINANCING
COLOR I departments. Lake City Market. .
hou.e, Live Oak Florida, at II tot o'clork D.eouad
To receive this award Oeorge August 30 Highlands County A,M. on the llth day of May, A. D. ORDER 01' PROBATE I
null. Waitohiila Market. teat, it which' time and place all !old. TII. '.Utloa 0' m.wtan 5. Sims ..... Brick Block Construction
excelled In scholarship, leadershipand will oe puouciy .opened; and reed aloud log far the probate. of the will of -Maru -
el1 farm program activities dur- September; 2 = :;M'--County for one ell I truck motor and D. BI.... .....ed. sad for the Uuaao -
Monticello. frame and rennin tear a* fallow.I ef Letter T.........., to him al Located In Maynor Manor '
ing his four years in high school. Sale C.V.W17,000 |b.. the ....u... named In Mid Will earning
September 3 Angus Sale, Wkeelhii 114 In. .. thin day to be beard and It .
I'I'j' FOfcwith George is the son of Mr and Gainesville Livestock Market. S.lns 55) I. I slledrr. to the Court from the evidence.. appear.Ing ..* CONTACTA.R.MURPHY
Mrs. Phil Townsend Jr. of Live A.I.. Front 4W Ib*. modified I cnlttod that Menu D. Sim* departed
September 10 Hereford Sale bourn.Auto Iklo Wo on or about. ,... ITtk day of
j Oak. He attends Suwannee high and Crosses. Gainesville Live Beer 11.00 Ike. .1...* hypold April A. D. 141 Uavlal. ac kla ...,
School and has Tlmpklna C-IOO. Will sad Teelameat.
served aa president metrumenl now
stock Market.. Jittery II oll. tl plat.5$ ..,.
and vice president of tho Klsslmmee lirakee. Parkin .".." Internatmaalaho :.::::r"y.t"M Court MOM for, Vern probate. Muee., at.. .
rtePEl1FlCTED FFA. HM farming program consisted September 15 drum t. ,.... and Lola. P. Wllllamc a* attesting wit.HMCMI Phone 362.1037
/ Livestock Market. Brake. Service Hydraulic with. I nod proof ., ih* .... having.
of raising beef cattle, hogs Vacuum ." .
tobacco September 17 Polk County Hornier. | .t" Rear, been ..... aa required 10, "wi and the ..
and grain crops
graded sale Lakeland.
After high school George plans September 18 Marlon Coun.

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a REPORT Jl: News Suwanncc Valley. Livestock MarketTrading I

ill I' wa* active and demand Standard heifers $1300-$15-60 I By SFESSARD L, HOLLAND Mrs. Mary Shaw good for all classes of cattle on the utility $1400-11525. and Inferior
United State* Senator I Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar $1300-$14.2S.
roM I* Dinner honoree ket Wednesday There were 157 Utility and low standard cows
r Congress Attend clearly show that Latin America A Mother's Day dinner was presented cattle and calve Mid a.* com 11300-11300. Inferior $3.75-$11..
Session- stands with our country in this at the home of Mr and pared to. 1S$ for last week All 75. one standard cow-calf pair
ii1t other members of matter. On the following day the G w I Mrs W. R. Hill Sunday. In honorof slaughter classes were too few In went for 11633 while Inferior and
Com- OAS membership took this action Mrs Hill's mother Mrs Mary one or both week to accuratelytest low-utility were at lll.33-ilt.73.
M..r InitJHlii; weU a* the members of by a vote of 14 to 5. with Vene- Shaw, price trendsFrederstocker, Oood and choice calve were
e. the'lArmed Services and Foreign suela abstaining. I also suggestedthat + Those present were Mrs J H I steers and cows 11800-12100. standard 11600.
- Relation Committees. and the It would be practical and l.l Roberts Mr. and Mrs O K. Hicks were steady to one dollar lower. 11873. utility |00-11.50.. and
,.aUnQaJlHouse groups. I attended helpful. In the event of establishment of Dell Mr and Mrs Clifton helfera were few and calves fifty Inferior $11.25-$15.75.
" thelPmldent's emergency meet- of a consultative: or advisory Brewer and family of Gainesville. cent to one dollar lower Hogs totaled 444 as comparedwith
rt jJncfatKthe White House lastrTuesdsyfinomlng. group for the United States to Mr and Mrs. David D. Roberts of Fully two-third supply clearedto 451 for last week. Mixed
"q We were brief- name former Puerto Rican Governor High Springs Mrs Shaw and feedcr-stocker" : accounts while grades 180-311 lb. barrows and
ed.on the Viet Nam situation and Munos Marin and, perhaps, Mr. and Mrs Hill and son, John. one-third the total were calves gilt I1U5. 310-340 Iba 11935.
. I the\Dominican Republic crisis other Puerto Ricans who have had Standard and good slaughter 160-180 IDS. 11915. 140-160 IDS.
1.n and 3 President Johnson told us successful public service to serve II.I Kami Will Hold steers $1873-J100. utility 11500til Ill.33. 160-180 lbs 11913. HI).
1.a that*.later in the day be would for us. They speak the same language .l .00. leo IDS. Ill.33. 130-140 lbs. $13-
'send to Congress a request for an and have the same temperament .... '; :: : .. Variety ShowThe Standard heifers $15.75-$1300, 60. 100-130 Iba $1333. and 80-100
.1 add1t.1cm&11700 million appropriation as the political leaders '., '. : : '. .. .. ... Branford High School Band utility |1400-l .ftO. and one cutter Iba. $13.60.
to meet mounting military requirements In the trouble none and could be .-' _" _" /".,: '. /... t : .. will present a Variety Show Fri cleared for $1380 Most sows 180-600 Ib*. 11443I1S93. -
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In Southeast Asia. IHs most effective. In my opinion, as ;.'. .':. ''.' :...\ ., ...' ..: .. ..- I day night May 21, at 8 pan In the Utility cows went off the block boars were running In the
formal message reached the Senate a bridge between this nation and ...;.... \0. ... .. :. : : :. .0 : ,'. school gymnasium Anyone who for $14.35-'IS.35, cutters $1200- 1700-1900 range.
The President has wishes to take In the show IIS.00. and
shortly after we convened the Latin America o, I1I.wild ,W4 w.wi part canners /IO.SO-i1200. Oood and choice feeder pigs On the following day since called Governor Marin to ..1, C'J""F it cordially Invited to do so. Cutter and utility bull were' at
80-130 IDS. 15.'f5-U1.15.. medium
n Befenst Secretary McNamara and Washington to serve In this critical The glasses teem to give men the Impression I'm Applications to participate can $14.00-$1650. canners at 1120011400 30-100 Iba. $12.50-$15.50.
General Wheeler the Chairman matter. intellectual-but without them my taste be secured at the guidance officeat .
'.( the Joint Chiefs of Staff supported Voting Rights Debate Con- an Is awful! I the school. Applications must High-standard and good calves
r the need for these funds tlnues Debate on the so-called men just be filled out and returned to the 11(00-12100. utility and a few Left Their Mark
In SseUmony before our Approprl- voting rights bill has been in pro. office br Monday. May 11. culls were -at $1405.3te00
d MtoM,Committee. We approved grew for the past fortnight and ultimate federal takeover of .111&1\1'' Hull Point Peru Standard and good vealers were Ancient Oreeks left their mark
MM appropriations bill and it was eorutitutlonal: -minded members of or all of the right guaranteed to Annual Hand Banquet at I197S-IH50 on Southern France In the form
pannirj Thursday. It was clear both Parties are continuing: efforts by federal Ball point pen sometimes stop Oood and choice feeder-stocker of place names. Nice capital of
state our
ttMrt I the 35.000 Americans lenElID to eliminate many sections a tion. The first vote was CONUtu'l writing even though they have I. Set For FridayThe steers W80-IJJOO. standard the Riviera gets Its name from
uniform In South Viet of the bill which are obvious violations Thursday on an amendment not given much service. Thrust along ', annual Branford High 'lS.2S-' $.00. uUllty $14 00-$16 00. the Greek Nlkela. Antibw wu
of others I School Band Banquet will he heldFriday and Inferior 113.78.l300, once, called
thousands of of the Antlpolls.
1 the provisions our Senator Ervin (N. C.) which, needle or pin In open ;.. __
to arrive and the manyttttans 1 federal Constitution. I spoke would have required court actions <( we have sent there are against the legislation yesterdaywith rather than displacing: the courts' If there 1 II any Ink left In It. If school cafeteria.
J fronted with grave danger' specific reference to Its provision provided by the bill through there Is, stand the pen In a bit of An Interesting program U pum- TillS COUPON MATTRESSAND
elr- that they are entitled to our for arbitrarily destroyingthe finding by the Attorney General vinegar In a bottle or Juice glass, ned. award and trophies will be WORTH $1.00
"?rle ....Mete support. rights of the individual states In his sole discretion which finding Let it remain overnight and In presented at this. time.
sVVM Dominican Crisis -On the to establish their own qualifications arc made final and not subject the morning dry and reassemble' UPHOLSTERY WORK
Floor Wednesday' afterI for voting for state and local to any court review. I regret If It doesnt work throw It away Card Of Thank
suggested that the Duml- official. If the poll tax requirement to report that we lost this fight We wish to thank our friends MATTRESSES: KFNOVATK1): .......... ......... $12.60
crisis Is the acid test of the now In effect In four by the heavy vote of (4 to 2$. The and neighbors for the cards, flower INNEKSi'RING MATTRESSES: ......,............. $22.50
ess of the Orgsnlsatkm of states can be abolished by a federal only encouraging note U that the Large Employer *, food visits prayers and other
an State, and that the statute rather than by a two leader Senator Mansfield Hospital rank a* one of the expressions of sympathy extended (PICK UP AND DELIVERY TUESDAY ONLY)
could gain badly-needed sta- constitutional: amendment such and Dlrksen. have now offered a nation's largest employers. Total us at the death of our
4tirls by supplying armed troops to as my 34th Amendment, we wUl substitute bill which would eliminate employment in the 1.118 hospital loved one. May Ood richly bUts TUCKER MATTRESS CO.
an InterAmericanfeMtkeepIng : have established a highly-danger the statutory repeal of poll registered by the American Hospital each of you
command 10.. to Otis precedent paving the way for taxes In the four states though Association In 1X3 reached The Family of 194ft S. Jefferson St. Perry Florida
continuing the other harsh feature 1.140.287. W. P. Owen

Interior Appropriation Bill Reported I
IRRIGATION The Senate Appropriation -
Committee ha reported the
COMPLETE SYSTEMS Department of Interior approprta.
lion bill and it will probably come ,
INSTALLED & FINANCED up for debate In the near future. :: "
The bill u reported by our committee .
p! .
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: contain several turn of .
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Importance to Florida which I :i ,I +
hope to retain. The largest of lk
1 I CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. these U the sum of 11.115000 for I

S. ELECTRIC MOTORS the acquisition of privatelyownedland

REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Park This within was Everglade a budget national request I't.

RACE AND RACE AND which waa deleted In the House
but which I was able to restore In
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SURE, RANE FITTINGS the Senate Committee. The committee "
also approved an unbud-
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE Bled Item of lUSJOO, which was e I
IRRIGATION NEEDS Inserted by the house for completion a 1it
of construction of the fish "' rs l. I
ESTIMATES GIVENGET hatchery It Welaka. Another unbudgeted -
OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY Item when I WM able to ." add la the Senate was 2$0.000 for (
ronttructkm of a naval store and '
timber production laboratory at ,
HACKNEY BROTHERS Olus$... Alan not In' the budget Ty
but added by the Hon,, and held
Phono 7S2-31 In the Senate ls 100.000 for site
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA election and planning of a marine 1
game laboratory. somewhereon Ili
UM Dolt: with reference U .
FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. this turn, we arc hopeful of acquiring
this for HorthwMl Florida '
Phone Phone 3 22S71LIVE although efforts la obuin It are
OAK FLORIDA i also brine made by other delegation

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I Intendent's recommendations for The following resolution w-
Beachville principals be approved as follows: read and
:1 I Skeeter unanimously adopted:
Muggs .
i Branford Clarence Terry, (Resolution published In the
t' ( Principal. April 29 Issue of the Suwannee
"1.L1 IT J T1Me To / ; INI TNOUGNi MY GRANCCON fr AND CM4sE MIM %j Live Oak O. H. Rutlcdgr.Supervising .
We uiascd a few of our faithful Democrat on Page 12.)
tars GGl WIa4.GAAN/A( DISMOUNT AND LJUL w4a ON m. r PGNf.. Q s/ AWA1..LlK2 TIiS.rIS ;
'r ones at Sunday School Sunday, WA/fN6 POR THESE GO 110Me! / elf WAS,. Principal of Live Oak There being no further business
hope they can be there next Sun- 6ROCERIES; / a // Al u9uT f SEAT MIM / / Public Schools: John Johnson, the Board adjourned.
Principal; Everett L. Williamson Henry M. Folsom
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Ray Cannon and Principal; John Cade, Principal; Supt. Si Secretary
children of Gainesville were guests Marvin O'Hara, Principal; James Board of Public InstructionL.
of his mother last week end. L. Bevel Principal; T. J. Geiger, M. Crews Jr., Chairman
Mrs. W. H. Tidwell and son Teacher/Principal: Sam Warren, Board of Public InstructionLive

John, visited In Clermont Tuesday Teacher/Principal.
and Wednesday and John left Friday O'Brien John Green, Prin Oak Florida

by: plane for New Jersey from cipal.Willard April 13, 1965
there he will go to Oeremany p06D A. Patterson was not The Board of Public Instruction -
where he will be stationed in the ,a Ce A r9ae J v recommended for reemployment.The met on the above date In
U. S. Army. Ro aap p ,I motion was carried. Special Session with all members
I We sympathize with Mrs. H. C. The use of two school buses on present for the purpose of awarding .
Cason in the death of her niece April 15 was granted the Branford the contract on bids opened
Mrs Rose Evelyn Thomas Who School to transport one group' ofstudents 1 March 26. 1983.

died in Jacksonville Friday. Fun- MINUTES. BOARD OF PUBLIC to Cummer Museum In The meeting was called to order
eral services and burial was held I Pine Level Tax CollectionsIn INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE Jacksonville, and another group to at 8:30: P. M.

at the Friendship Church near COUNTY, FLORIDA Ellaville on field trips.A Moved by V. V. Brim and sec
Live Oak Sunday afternoon at3:000'clock. letter from Mrs. Esther Car- onded
by L. H. Gill that the
Mrs L. B. Wilson of Astatula ing Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fortner Florida Up Live Oak, Florida
: ter, concerning her leave of absence Minutes of March 28. 1963, be cor-
with and Mrs. James 6, 1965
the week end here and Trooper April
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trawlck of for the 1964-63 school term rected to read "The base bid of
Donaldsonvllle Oa., were guestsof relatives. Fortner. The Board met at 9:00: A.M. and reappointment for the 1963 R.:B. Oay Construction Company
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dekle and Miss Joan Anders visited In the During AprilTallahassee with the following members pres-
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner 66 term, was read. The Board requested Inc. with alternates I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 6.
Harold Flowers home Sunday af
last Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. daughter Lisa, and Mrs. Clint Sales tax collections ent: L. M. Crews Jr, Thonls R. that the Clayland Prin- 9. and 10 accepted and alternates
and Mrs. Q. L. Carter of Hatcher of Jacksonville spent Fri- ternoon. in April based on March Barnett, V. V. Brim, L. II. 0111, cipal be notified that she wouldbe 3 and 7 be rejected. Motion car
with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore and
day night and Saturday and E. A. Collins.
Jacksonville were visitors here a business, totaled $25,290,142.76 according available to teach next school
and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mr. and Mrs. William Moore Devotion was given by Mr. Bar- ried.Moved
short time last week term.
to Ed Straughn, Directorof by V. V. Brim and sec
Moore visIted motored to Gainesville Sunday.
Mrs. H M.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beach Mr. and There being no further business,
the Revenue Commission.This nett.Minutes onded by L. H. Gill that the
Johnson of
Milford Charles Perry
H P.
Mr. and Mrs March
of meetings for
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hemphill and is an increase of $2.574- the meeting adjourned.Henl'J Board award the contract to R. B.
Saturday afternoon. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 20 and March 26 were read, corrected -
son Wayne, all of Gainesvillewere M. Folsom '
867 66 over April a year ago or Gay Construction Company. Inca
guests of Mr. and Mrs Willie Clayton Sapp spent Sunday Harry Lepper. 11.33 per cent. The fiscal year and approved. Supt. ts Secretary' on the Pine View addition. The
with Max Lepper. Mr. and Mrs. Retus Flowers and The School Board AdvisoryCommittee
Beach Sunday Board of Public Instruction
collections, April contract
July through to Include the base bid
Rev Marvin Odom filled his Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes spent daughter of Valdosta spent Clint Sun- total $216,482.202 or 13 93 per cent submitted recommendations L. M. Crews Jr. Chairman and accept alternate 1, 2. 4. S, 8,
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- day with Mr. and Mrs. Clayland
appointment at the Mikesvllle Advent over the $191,682,914 collected concerning Board of Public InstructionLive 8, 9 and 10 and reject alternates
Christian Church Sunday. vin Alderman in Live Oak. Flowers.- and Mrs during the same period last year Wellborn, and McAlpin Schools 3 and 7 at a total cost of $37602900 ,-
Mrs. Holmes
visited Drew
Holmes Mrs.
Mrs. L. J. Cannon and Mrs. Mrs. Drew The recommendations were basedon
Total collections from the 5 percent Oak Florida and authorize the chair-
Austin Cannon were guests of Mr. Gordon Keeling In Live Oak Gordon Keeling were business wholesale tax on sporting the small number of pupils enrolled April 8. 1965 man and Superintendent to sign
and Mrs. Harley Starling of Monday afternoon.Mr. vslltors In Tallahassee Tuesday reached and the fact that a broader The Board of Public Instructionmet
goods, July through April, contract. Motion carried.
Mrs. L. P. Fortner spent Mr. and'Mrs. W. B. Dekle and
be offered these
curriculum can
Brooker Wednesday morning. ,
$1,128,282 for an increase of on the above date In special There being no further business
A number of Beachvllle folks the week end in Pensacola visit- daughter, Lisa, and Mrs. Harold 9,28 per cent above the $727.150 students at less cost per pupil In session for the purpose of revising the Board adjourned.
attended the funeral services for Hatcher of Jacksonville and Mr. collected In the same period a the larger school centers. Upon the Board's resolution on Henry M. 1JIOD1Secretal'
Mrs. Annie Mu'rdock Kent held Beach, and Mrs. Sanford Beach and Mrs Drew Holmes were dIn- recommendations of the School pupil assignment &
year ago.Gasoline ) Supt.
Sunday afternoon at the Slloam were business visitors in Gainesville ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie! tax collection for Board Advisory Committee, the Chairman Crews called the Board of Public Instruction

Methodist Church. Thursday afternoon.Mr. Howell Saturday. April totaled $14.360.299 an Increase motion was made to consolidate meeting to order at 6:30: P.M. with L. M. Crews Jr. Chairman
The descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Hayes visited of 796 per cent over the McAlpin] School with other schools) all members present Board of Public Instruction
and Mrs. A. J. Cannon held their sons, Scott and Randy, of Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Baxter $13,301,46370 for April 1964. and to transport the 7th and 8th
annual reunion in Ft. Meade last ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sunday night o grades from Clayland and Wellborn .
Sunday. Attending from here was Beach Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Harry Lepper and I to other schools. The motionwas
Mrs. Willie Odom. Remember church services Sun- children, Clayton Sapp and Rev. Bean Ueenli4t.H! unanimously carried.A .

Mrs. Luther Adkins, Mrs. O. D. day, visitors are always welcome. Charles Johnson were dinnerIlIIPRtA Three More Years motion was made by Barnett,
of Mrs. J. H. Platt Sunday.Mr seconded by Brim, and carried to
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and Mrs Ernest Holmes FORT RILEV. Kan. (AHTNC grant leave as follows:
-PFC Charles C. Been, 19, whose
visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Temporary duty elsewhere -
Friday night.Chalker parents, Mr and Mrs James H Lewis Tucker'April 13-15.196)
Wall live in Wellborn re-enlisted mineral stop* horn
: Earl Adams 1/2 day on April
for three In the Regular
?11JnIJIJ BULK CURING Is Promoted, Army, April years 26, while serving with James I, 1965 L. Bevel 1/2 day on fliw and fact fliejForrulafed
the 1st Infantry Division at Fort
) March 30, 1965
Serving In GermanyVII Riley, Kan. two -foi fwedfot
BARNS Katheryne Pryor, April 8 & 9, way rang 01 Prevent the
CORPS Germany (AHT-' Bean, an assistant gunner In 1965 breeding and development of' 90% at horn flies and face $lies
NC) Robert E. Chalker son of Company C of the division's 1st .in manure) of treated cattle? Aids of'
Ruth Fletcher March 9. 1905 In prevention stomach
CAN CURE YOUR t Mr. and Mrs. William E. Chalker, Battalion, 16th Infantry, enteredthe H. W. Suggs. April 2, 1965 worms" hookworms. and nodular worms/
Live Oak, was promoted to private Army in February 1964 and ; ,
TOBACCO first class In Germany April completed basic training at Fort Personal Leave Swift Bar-fly Cattle Mineral givei the hiari phosphorus Tevel: .1: .

PEANUTS( 20, while assigned to the 2d Arm- Gordon, Oa.He Alma Bullock, April 19 20.1345Robert needed for balancing ronge.foragei and t ,
ored Cavalry Regiment attended Suwannee High Peavy, March 13.16.17. in'the'COM of feedlot formulation, the 'high I

SWEET POTATOES- Chalker is a tank crewman in School In Live Oak 1965 calCIum and moderate phosphorus content a
I Annual Leave
Troop A of the regiment's 1st balance
: required to "high'
gram ra-.ioM
Shah Brown, April 19. 20
;, DRY YOUR CORN Reconnaissance Squadron. He entered Card Of Thanks I 21, 22 1965 used for f fi r.i liinac" ule, Prevent irmcroldeficiency ..
the Army In July 1964. received ,y
and OJliirw
X wish to thank each one for Upon recommendation of the adequate. nutrition, ..
training at Fort Jackson ,
l SMALL GRAINS ETC. at their prayers, cards, letters, flow Board of Trustees a motion u 'fete: healthier breeding heid.v*
B. C., and was assigned
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before arriving ers, and visits while I was a patient made by Brim and seconded by J / ,
Fort Knox, Ky.,
,i I in Pine View Hospital. 0111 to employ Will Roy Cooler
AT LESS COST PER overseas In December. 1964. Ood bless each of you Is our *j coach for the 1965-6S school MIZELL PRODUCE CO.

prayer year Motion was carried.A .

POUND BUSHEL OR: Cost Per Day Grace Craft and Family I motion was made by Collln. Phone 362.2286 Live Oak, Florid
(Paid Notice) seconded by GUI that the Super .
The average cost to the short-
BAG THAN ANY term general hospital for each day: -
.J a patient spends in the hospital Is
ICONVENrlONAL $38.91. For that sum the hospital \
provides the complete treatment,
bed food and nursing service
Let us prove It to you. Contact around-the-clock. The average
cost per day at the Suwannee
X County Hospital is less than
Drawer 635, Bennettsville, S. C.
During the period 1943-1963,
about half of the residential units
1"' built in the six Common Market
ALLBRITTON. BROS. TRACTOR CO. countries were constructed In

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