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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY JANUARY 21, 1965 VOL SO, NO. 36


Lmchon In Washington I Joint Moonshine Raul Staged __State President To Speak .


Suwannee Mine Wins National __

Local Jaycees Plan Bosses '!


Limestone Institute Safety Award __ Award Banquet Here TonightFrank ,

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawhon of the Oak left Saturday _

for Washington D.C. to attend the National Limestone Intitutes1 Foster state president of the Florida Junior .
meetings at the Sutler Hilton Hotel this week. Chamber of Commerce will be speaker at the annual Dfetinguished I

While In Washington they plan to( attend the inauguration 11 Service Award and Rotuca/ Night Banquet of
ceremonies. the local I Jaycee unit at the Masonic: Temple here tonight.

Lawhon was presented the National The event will climax Jaycee Week observed this week.
Limestone Institute Clara Potter attended the Universityof
OTHINKIHG One Award for Safety on behalfor l lK dS f Florida served In !the Air Pore
the employees of Florida Rock > during the war and to now engaged IrIl

oUT LoUD. Products Corps Suwsnnee Mine In a petroleum distribution
Tuesday This award was givento I n 1 business with his father at Wet
WHb teeJe C. Wadswertb Suwanne Mine for operating : I Palm Beach
3M.730 man hours without a lost Mayor J. Marvin Phillips proclaimed .
Three problem time accident.Each this wtvk Jaycee Week
Editorially: a few weeks ago year the National Limestone t. beginning Sunday and set U to
this newspaper pointed out three! Institute conducts a safety t I last thru Saturday
items It considered Cf major Importance contest In four classes of operations Tonight's banquet to the highlight .
to this county's future depending on the number of of the Jaycee year for It wUrecogniao

growth and development TheM man hours worked during a year. I employers who support
Items dealt with the current Suwanne Mine to classed as a : alma of their Jayce employees,
school crisis maintenance and class 1 operation which contains A special award vlll be made to a
car of public property and the the largest operations. These 1 boas &tonight. as will a distinguished .
thinking that classifies dlffeitnri plants operate more than 120.001 service award to a young man
of oolnlon as blaanhem man hours" each year. of the community
AM stated In the editorial. the This contest to a national contest Oeorg R Fuggy) Day .to the
manner in which we tackle and current Jaycee president Serving
and
one which to of great
!. the ...... aa ve are Sheriff IHke MeCalltater Revenge Agent Jack Garrett and
solve these problems will deter interest throughout the limestone deputies Curtis with him are J, Tom Moore, first
mine to a marked decree the pro. Industry. A great deal of expense llarrel sad Cell Bonds esamlnlag the seven .Uena .f shine f..... at tb* acme .f Drew Waya I Vice president: Charles McCrlm- I

great that will lie made hen In and effort to put forth by many Dirks la a raid Jan. IX I'..... by Dsa Slalner) on. second Vic president; Fred .
ms. companies each year in an effort DeVan., secretary; Dbtrt Suhflvan I
The first two Item art tangible to win these awards treasurer: Robert Caton.. .
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and something can and win no Suwsnnee Mine won this award fly President L. M. Crews Roberts It MemberAppropriations state drector; and R M tier\ ; fUNK POSTER
doubt bs done to Improve the current the first year that they were entered Duan Harper. Homer Ratllff
status. The third however ran in the contest. Chamber Committees Arc Named As, Group and Ronald Green directors
Intanglbto thin that only The management of Florida I State. Senater II...... W. Day this week outlined accomplishments n"loJ Year Selection
time! Cam' help far the right to utter Rock Products Corporation said Beeerlt, wb* represent Hewaaaee of the organisation
wild chart and condemn this week the success In winning Trade Organization Plans Work HasaUtaa, and Lafsr- sine! his Installation In June, Delayed To February
UMM who disagree with ua to elk I this contest to attributed to each .. Ceeatle la th. Florida Three projects begun In June ........ ., the Mss el th.
of th* fundamentals we tax to member cf) the Suwannee organisation President( U )f. Crews Jr., of the Suwannee County tale Senate. lug seen aamed dealt with safety Ran for a sat Tear fee lip ha beea .....
ourselves M free men and women. aa well as the families Cf) Chamber of Commerce addressed a letter recently to mem- a member ., .... 11 taaa apprepriatieas holiday a nineteen"" safety-four peaed aatll early "fVbraary II
very member of the organisation. ben and prospective members of the trade group outlining .....11... In the project and a vehicle safety check was amieeaeed this weft toprrmil f
Progress to bent made en the *tai.t upper legislative be4r.BeWrtt were undertaken. Ratllff war Leato ,. Day, whe to re-
school liana for the year and announcing committee assignments. ....rt.,. frees a reeeat atlaek.I .
problem I think.A They stated no safety program serves a* waster frees chairman for tai first two project
sertea of meetings ar* being could be successful without fullcooperation The civic leader stated he felt alma and obieetivea of the the ITta dbirirkCbalnntn. held on and prior to tai July attend ". ..........
held to trash out detalto on Just I of each member of a chamber could beat be milted by ef the eesaealttee. 4 holiday Day to a f eraser M.a *l the
effective committM work and for Tear. and to ........ .. ....
what to bert for the school ehfl. team with th full backing of will be Senater tVlUwa. Carra- Vehicle were checked by .I.,. !
siren of this county that fans each man s family It to their feeling Fuqua Announces that reason he was asking the way ef Leea Cevaty with Benater I ceee under the chairmanship of a restricted pregrsas ., .......,
within th* aunty of ark countyto \ they announced that a successful chamber membership to work Chancy JeHns of ...,.. the I Jim Brady for safety during the within a few weeks,
provide. safety campaign reflects a To closely with the group to which vise ebalnaaa.Preifdmt week of July IMI Thirty-five' II* WM stricken la ...-....
The 19 mat school oommttu* spirit of cooperation that extends Appointments assigned.. la... LINk.( ) members participated: In the program ember sad .. new rwwperalIng .
to now meeting In tub committee far beyond a man and the hours Th ned meeting at the organisation Canner ., .... fUrMa title and lilt can were checked el the IM ie .1 Isle sea.I..
to arrive at recoeunendaUoni for that be actually spends en the Service Schools WIll be held hi conjunction baste. aAneneed kit .....t. Announcement was mads July tow and ........1", Mr. and Mrs.
the fun omttltte which to to Job. It further reflects the fact with the second annual livestock tee Utt week a* did Heat 21 that Secretary DtVane of the V. B. ........ He tot'enmervlal tmprsNsgSaily
meet next' Thursday night. that the ..aamee Plant to made Appntatwa to the nation's three promotion ba quct. at.rawamwee. spike. L.C R.eLOfficials M..t e .a_54 1..m aee tnv.4oslems a.a ': ..wieeM -wmea11e.
The physical plant faculties up of families of outstanding Individuals. service academies from the Sunlit LMVeMe. Nw ew'nOwmi I r. :.- .."VIe MeW ____ sae. .Beak.eae-a..a Day MMe tiben .., ...:
commute met Tuesday night Congressional District were announced log young farmer committee, the
fast week .*.
the finance committee win meet today by Congressman said In Mi lettef: Named first time In recent! years a slat .*
tonight. Both group are tackling Don Flu\ (N.. I c-...... ea Par I) chairmanship was given a Lire a

thoM prabkms that fall Into their Kiwanians Will arced as principal appointees For March Of Oak: Jayce. Two Arrested' fn
spheres of study. to West Point were Richard Ah- Membership Drive For Jtyceea Joined with the senior
Bub committees. of the physical Observe 50thAnniversary ley jr., son of Mr, and Job... Richard chamber In August in promotion
plant committee are holding oonfereneea Ashler Jr.. of Qulnry. and Chamber 1$ UnderwayIMreeler Dimes CampaignA of tobacco with return of a one Moonshine) Raid
with faculty and patrona Oeorge Patrick Lawhe. son of ef ttte lewaaaeeCewtly day celebration for one of the .
*f schools of the county In an Colonel E. P. Latch from Mart- Cbsaibsr ef Ces a..... full slat of officer and committee meet successful promotions In recent Near Live Oak
effort to determine ark needs at anna. Coknel Later to a career will eeadeet aa estetMlv aatatberaalp chairmen for the IMS years.,
MCA school n the county, mlUtary officer. drive fee the neat west March of Dimes was announced n.., headed in* parade eom I The Suwannee County Sheriffs
n .to planned by Chairman First alternate appolnloes to seder. ektlnasedklp ef a T. this. week by O Dean Lewis. local miller entries McCrimon and Department and the Stale Beverage .
Clarence RsUff for the fun wmmitu .. West Point were Lewis KUlunJr ..110-.... taalrmaa ., ... attorney who to serving as chairman ,faults the rodeo committee. and Department made a Joint
to preemt a reoMniaenaa-- .. .. son ef Mr and Mrs Lewis ateesbsrtalp. teesaUtl*. and a of tai drive. Jesse Mitchell the I lobstoo queen aid oa a moonshine Mill being
ton to the school board fer eonatderallon 1tJft! I KlBisn of TaItah..... and James past proved*.. ef the trade Ronald It. Oren to vice chairman oomlllJ t..... operated sat of Stale Road <. In
at their regular meeting O Knight son of Mr, and Mrs .. A. P. IoU to treasurer, and The day's event war highlighted' the Ml Pltgah, Community Jan
on February 3 at a preliminary i r rr. .Thomas H Bought of Perry. A M.Dewea say her w....*. Mrs Warren Tedder to ,""WJ, bJ an appearance by Jimmy 13. No arrests were made al the
to further study of the ever- I II Second alternate. appointment 4sy mewing taat mckee ef Serving a* commit!** chairman Strickland and his show, Kay wooded site. but the operation
all county picture. went U Robert Gordon His 3r ale e.SMMtU* we.U W ..". and the unit they head are: Murray was selected the link tobaeco had been under survetUane for
Aa a member ef the seheol advisory son of Mr, and Mrs Robert Oor teeing a.....er* fer newsy Trudy Harris dna clubs; Mr., queen.CerunesUs. tome time and Drew Wayne
committee. I have had an don Kit Of TaDahaaeee ... .... ,.. fer now eteaiber Danny B. McCrtmen and Mrs ware given during Dicks, 3d. and Thomas Iftetryohnton.
opportunity to hear plan for i Pat Farmer', son ef Mr, and *..|.. dwtag tke seek Arthur Lawrence mothers' the period to Marvin (Duddyl 31, both white, were 1mmtdititly -
eurrtcuhiM expansion dtocuseedand Mrs. Henry Partner of Quincy la another news Um la Ibis march: B. W, Ilelvenston HI.canisters Phillip Harper Charles Me.Crlmcm. picked up
the phyeleal needs that result was named principal appointeeto toM. .........*. fee la. rear : Charles. Williams, SuDivan, Maze Donald Authorities found seven gallon
from such eipaneion. Thai ". the Kara Academy with Tom IN U.tat Thomas Minter, and Wayne Berber Ray Boatrlght. sod BIll Btroutaa jugs of shine at the home of
th* counea offered at schools In ." Clark ton of Mrs. O W Clark of JI....... ..w.a ....... Branford area co-chairmen' : Jsyeee of the Month Dicks. Th still had a Capacity for
the county need broadening In the Perry, as first\ alternate Chart sad phfrasal. p.qis in Ikeease. Leroy Dowdotn. white> schools; Recognised for participation/ In two gallons a( math which could
light of the space era an can Keraletkl. ton of Mr and Mrs. ., were eligible tee stewa Malcolm Brady and Lynn Wil the tpeak.up Jaycee program produce 100 gallons of moonshine.
agree. Charles Kovaleekl ef Tallahassee, ..nU.. and Utl Ike ,bsea..r I"ruan..ma.n, Mrs ShelU during lids. period were Harper, Operators were using 30-gaIloa
Such expansion cans for special .: was named. seoond alternate.. wee to seed .. their teppsrtaad Quick Brown colored, and Mrs. PhlDlps. Warren Tedder Sullivan. type classrooms. and equipment Principal appointments &0he ssirMsett to) carrying *.! Ken Breeden. publicity. Chart McCrimon. f>nt| product.
and If schools of Suwumee County EDWARD B. MOTLAM. '" Air Pore Academy went to WUK He prtcraes fer growth and deef Plans for this year's drive her "Betters Rich Csptll Tommy Da- Both Dicks and Johnson were
are to provide" the education ( *. 4 CeeAkMwd a Psge .) ........, Skis .....,. are being formulated. I*.. 5 rUn... ea rue II charged with posteatloa of atllt I!
children use Oak Kiwanians WIll Join
&hien need and
equipment and are weds. MMM,
ether clufta of the International )
Should have then we mart ef
necessity
organisation. nest week la ......- pending IrtaL
additional arrange faeffiUes.to .provide' three sea of the frttn anniversary ef Many Factors Afiec t Child's Education The raid .... one tear to the
the crrt group. Today. JanuaryIt. day from the one last Januarysmith
I stnerrety feel th* county has
head to the date set for world widettbeme.no of Wellborn operated by
a start for
school
Improvement to point, but If pushed too I vocational. Ivan Waiters and Willie Parrow.
a
ef th* founding of up subjects that fit their
m I.... Differences In School Effect
the organisation that today hat Type I far la lids direction they tan ..- ability they could ...... euesesafiU The sheriff tVpartment reports \
torn _.- ambers to IS natter some flustered at their Intbtlilyto ttudento and ,""heN4. thai Robert Lauren Hikes,
The matter of mamUnaanee of
*. Education Offered Youths understand th* work as It pro. sweat. je. soiered. WM arrested. here
public property should be a con.seta Edward B. Uoytoa Jr. of Ml County's grsesn to tie blbet.nil.. It a Prom the above group" we have Monday night by the polite ..-
of to of ..
Here the bad trouble to ...- .... to International president efKlweato. tT J... ..-.. Pilesieal lewaetMe nasa .....l> student who II an "overachtever"cenaot Ullto trouble from tie '"'1M..... |IN.. I anneal ea Page IICeneral >r I
a
hxtanee en the part of board to and wtfl make the maim Does each child let an equal education apply what to teemed at er as few student fan la this .....
parade the Job ef custodian. address at aa anniversary celebration This cannot be answered yes without sewer() reaervaUona. fact, then ha he received an gory. Th andtraehtover however, Membership
Modem buUdtoga: need something la ethic Cobs llafletposKtoa First we most say that each child f.U the Mm equal education with these of htosbUty to the biggest problem we fate In ,
center t.day.tree betJty .. who have taken a program trying to property educal eerie Fair Aiioriatlan MeetA
besides someone to twerp chance at an equal education aa the children in their
ea a level which they *aa apply In child. A good sent ef all student .
the floor and In than idle W1D gather Ia UW per geatrtl eaeetaeetalt) *t *-
empty trash baek.eta. -'-- Kboel.toadl we most that the difference In
.This to new the concept, where the erganUeUoa was ,, say future nest faD lots this slats and eon- tog to ..... sal rtillte.1 .110. .
ef efDetato base many keel echooto can have a bearing en me Another SMjer reatoa for totquaoty slat work to carrtod en to allschooto ..Ml* mar ..."- ....*. wM be ,
aw of taking equally ., th* edwtatlon ob to do work but for/ .
car ef paklto property and for OWn >Kobkr prectdeat. el the ty superior la edixelicn to the .. to raise the level ef this bawd idol, DMMetaer. M. byla \
.. why this county. alwaysto (Me. S c....... ea rage II tained.Row. many reatona doe not meet title wit ef Cm spent III school ttedeaf arhlevesnent. la the .. ........ rt Aeitstollsato I
terns IHH Uk the** separately level Boat. el the student .
** ar
Many ttadenta are very" haMtiMlto habitual absent and the .lower tile Ceaf teeate Beet ., ...
have to spend large sum ef and SM what. we mean by **ca. ta the advanced eourtte but' do
their ibtenlte gassing Ulna
fer ebtniy student we get a great pet ........ Tatty Ktottrl* Ceepteatree. -
money major repairs. Tobacco DUcuttlon M When Idled enters school th ktUe work sad reetlv average or to amiss amen af th* tattractfam. eat *f Mr tehee ......... Them Tbe ........ wet bebM
lot the Rig of a few galton Farm Burton Meeting only till.....* which tile school post. gredt*. Ar thaw stadeatspHUng *va tf their work. .... r0 Modals tond to tote ........ toasheol at lit p...
of patoi. th* CMtoram eottd be
reeogntart to the mauve akfflty.Proas the same 4esttoft asassma grade-wit the student ha noticed tad as general rule ... Pader the ....... ef ta.
Laseeeel.Thk Rob mm r Jet war wprksisjal '
r that point on wart eve- who ate thetr fD abtUtyf UM let/nine atMtttloa wields theglsawseas OSM "..,.... ..., let. Interested Peep tai most* tbe ......
doers and ftDI of UW a. was t.. s4 fa* r..gUt .gnto* that the aatbtUoa th* The*. w* have the sac's average "...,. CM N tay fees M they fan further btfuAd year faar, daraeaere ate saeeea Nest
rtcmomu b5dln. awe aGdba tbe ......
msatily atMitog *f ....
to
male epeat prepe/a- modest who Insatta ea Uitog a .
stitdeat ha reeeivsd th* same after year. free ....... part ., tee
tree snow wile bon bow aan ate Cwwaty Perm B<.sr... to- Uea for at.... parents' Interest whtoa to fat below their lr
eears .
.,.. .. aa the student wh ha W* cart reaaa that M school teealy to aims la* yeattyevetH.
for eadn ......u-. stead iTbno day) at tacCTBrtra outside t.lensl. and many ether aWJa,. II thto student. even .
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area to u. harming tttaatlonsflest ..... aa low. to edmmato anef Prom tbet riveted aagtotette
I wonder hew tanf K has been Bepttot Chert Be was factor have aartnc ea theasMimit Ihoaga be De .. .
er sight aa
to thr.ans we bar the
uteee but must
seeaavau we axle ., erftoeea
etnee members of th* beard et miium ....... SM He teaera. *. a totbettd
efeduraUoaeachshUdrestvea. ....
honor grade wise.
gettlagaa ...
Hsjesrit with" title .. abO- seek toward that end tf w* SM to ,
county imsisitoslinrn as a body. 'Tbe ...... t...... eas.lt.See. .. W*snt* g* ea the prsetiseItVat equal. edecittadeata with u.- tty wba II ..... tato fit ISM ale aaae pregrtts Maw) edutatlenelpregraas. te..to C. ".......... .....
. ...*.... hav etoeet ..
r as c* Aram Ward tree. Me .
settls teaght wtil at th ...
soatethsng ar3ty who pond Otclr abony. ** to th* tort Aay .... .... ..
pregrtes w* I Met ef tae .. eahl stetstittoerepert
aaateed the eeenty. property for sae .. Warn ........ .(1d. to harmed and bite
take the adan..d
Y.preis 11.rwt ef gtmrtrulo* to meet their at***. to say ef ..... areas to a step toward wM be made a4 a
which earns* tow mats thalayNaatAtn .. low a pe t ism De pew.Tar. a vast ---. IN ear .... W* base stadeato wb are aim Can w* say this ttadeat baa reaefved eaaal sdusaUen. tee *.tfBvw fktal reptet gtvea ea tbe INS
-. .. base several tepee of stadentsworth *p.neOteww. Tkees ttadeitttd aa viral eifnetifvti wttMth tarhdmen '*.
Thto eoaaty to new ta the preaeaaf m s e .th .... Mtd5
tMtiontag.Pirs I work w. iSO to .. .
MMraataraJ woes. U they have teealyean I tot's Us th* somaMap Plea hf tae tab OOs year ..
. addtttoa sad .. ... ..
baAAng aa p. S N sid deb "
bate DM .
we """ hell
by steer bard werkaad to achoof earned epeen .ua .
as toM .
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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 21,196



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New Look On Road Board Milwaukee and the Braves' ownership evident ,

couldn't see It that way, One report I is that Spahn By
Auburndale along with all of Polk County hu Doyle. E.
was offered the Job of at Milwaukee. He
applauded the apointmentof Floyd Bowen of Lake- manager ConnerIn Taken From The FiUt Of z
Is said to have turned it down because he still
land as chairman of the State Road Board and has '
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thought he could pitch and win. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT : _
Kentucky which has been TIlE
greeted the naming of Victor Nuccio of Tampa as
member for this districtIt And now he goes to the Mets, managed I by Increasing its population of beef

Casey Stengel and coached by Yogi Berra and hsys cattle rapidly In the pact few I
appears that Oov. Haydon Burns Intends to widow of the late Frank M. Include Uve Oak and
he will pitch. And one hopes he does, and wins yean, herd owners are showing a 1915 Branford
build roads during his administration and proof of Greene who died here December Otto Wettsteln m. president
just a few more. It can't last forever of course rowing Interest In the potentials practice! 01
that intent Is evident in l the caliber of his appoln- for more profit through the use Dr. Will White who 10. will seek election to the poet the company said today
tees. but a generation the World War n youngster) of artificial insemination. medicine in Live Oak for so many of Tax Assessor of Suwannee -

are cheering him on. Inside. Spahn like many years, but discontinued the prac- County in the Democratic Primaries The St. Luke's
Already, according to unofficial reports pre- A Eplscops
of ani-
others, quit baseball and entered the service during University Kentucky tice of his profession a year or so she announced. Sheriff Church became a parish
parations are under way for completion of.Highway mal scientist W. P. Oarrlgus, office< insteai
the war. As long as he stays In the baseball headlines ago has again opened his Perry B. Cannon announced he of a mission this past Surds
03 four-lanlng Including Aubumdale's now looks for a big expansion in beef Bank. He will
over the Citizens would seek re-election to the night when
he seems to hold back the clock and keep AI throughout the south when members of the
notorious "Missing Link. us all a little bit I engage In general practice u sheriffs office. H. H. (Horry) Hair church held their annual
That permitted to languish younger oestrus control becomes a practical formerly and his office Is equip congre
project was Jr. announced this week be would gallon meeting and
And he is about the last Major Leaguer able to tool for every farmer whether completed Uin
throughout the Bryant administration due, according ped with x-ray and high frequency seek election: to the office of Tax necessary' organisation in order
do that Ted Williams, Enos Slaughter Stan he owns 10 or 500 cows. currents and everything necessary tc
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to some sources to politics : Collector in the May Primaries. become a self-supporting
This newspaper applauds appointment of the Medal Bob Feller Joe Dlmaggio) etc. having either Florida cattlemen who are concentrating for the practice of medi- Superintendent W. T (Bill) New- ration. The church has been coram a
recently or long ago retired as the bones grew on upgrading their cine.
some announced this week that mission ,of the Diocese
of
new board members and looks to them for Impartial Florida
weary, herds will be interested to learn he would seek re-election to the for over (0 years
allocation of highway projects designed to -Cocoa Tribune that Oarrlgus thinks that time Is A whirlwind housetohousecanvas office he now holds. -

serve the motoring public and not the whims of pear in the birth registration I Senators Spessard Holland

political expediencr "Research test to determine accurate statistics and
workers are getting
George Smathers of
P. B. Cannon Announced his Florida 'will
There can be no disputing the importance of At Our Peril rood results. he says, "with a pill in the state for the year 1114 resignation. director of the Live entertain Billy Ounter. national

Highway 03 as a link across Polk County and the It is frequently argued that newspaper coverage that synchronizes oestrus making began in this city Monday Lowella, as Oak Production Credit Association president of the FFA, and five
Auburndale section Is part of that roadway. As most cows 11a herd come Into planned by Dr. Ellen other national officers of
at the recent annual meet- that organization
of trials, particularly those of a spectacular
health
chairman of the
heat within of 3 4 Stevens,
a period or
such it just doesn't make sense to permit a two- Ing stating that his duties as on Monday. January]
nature, can In effect prejudge the defendant and day.." department of Florida Federationof
lane bottleneck to continue to exist Inside the city sheriff and the demands on his 31. in Washington D. C.
block fair and dispassionate administration of just He believes, there'll be general Woman's Clubs. This work Is
limits. time during the coming campaign
ice. Very recently, it has been proposed that standards recommendations for the pill being done by the Woman's. Clubs. Ladles of the Country
to devote
After all, highways are designed to move traffic would make It difficult Club met)
be eet.abllaheellovernorlne what can and cannot within the next year or two. A the time necessary to the associ: In the home of Mrs. Alex McKei.
,' not to serve municipalities. No highway is The Electric and Cold Storage
be printed. farmer then will be able to breed ation's work.Attorney then Wednesday morning for
better than its most antiquated link and all highways Plant of this city stored 147,000 a,
This brought a strong reply from Clifton Daniel .wo-thirds of his cows or heifers business meettnr.Ranc1J' .
go or at least should go someplace within of few pounds of meat last year and will
a period a days by Mal. '
managing editor of the New York Times In O. W. flinches was introduced president of the
That means that the Auburndale Missing link use of the pill.\ store at least 10.000 pounds more
Country Club
his words, "Let's have it understood from beginning this by H, E. Leech as the spoke to the group,
is just as important to Tampa and Tampa motorists "Beef AI year. outlining for
to end that we believe in freedom of access to the will stimulate InterestIn Kiwanls speaker at the luncheonof plans the year after
as it is to those of us living in Auburndale. performance testing," Oarrl which the following officers
gas Chamber has the club last Friday noon and were
news and that we will not circumscribe curative The of Commerce
And that philosophy applies to points out. "Performance testing elected: Mrs Clyde Dempae
same
every the talked the life of
at speaker on
or allow others to circumscribe: us except where the decided to Inaugurate a buy
other highway of the state. and carcass evaluation will locate Andrew Jackson I president: Mrs Forest Bradbury
home campaign, and to this enda
A highway to be worthwhile must be constructed necessity is clear and immediate"Mlles the outstanding sires AI will extend committee of three will be ap- __ vice president: and Mrs, Louie C
H. Wolfe, president of the American So the Influence of these sires Wac1aworthtreuurer,
where traffic demands It, and must begin and pointed to interview the merchants Mr. and Mrs. F. Black and ,
clety of Newspaper Editors offers this sound view: to Improve carcass quality faster
1
end at points where it will best serve the motorist In and consumers for the purpose children of Winter Park moved 1
"I am convinced that a juror of average Intelllgenc i one generation than natural Beth Jacobs was honored or
of ascertaining how much is here Monday Mr Black will have
who will use It.The'Intentate.
is going to be pleased to hear evidence that Is con- service could Improve it In 2 or 3reneratlona. her third birthday Saturday at
System the toll roads and all ." bought abroad and the reason for charge of beginning a school bandin
ternoon at a party given by ht
trary to what he reads in the newspaper. Maybehe such buying. the local high school.
the other super-highways are Important but no did think the defendant guilty when he came to To sum up his views: Beef AI mother. Mrs Joe Jacobs at the

more so. in the final analysis than are the stan can mate a big Improvement In a home on Van Buren Street.
court. He can change his mind just an/ easily as Yard wide percale was adver- The local: camp fire girls under
dard long established roadways that serve not only he made it up and I think he will." herd. Top AI studs will return an Used this week for 8H* a yard at the direction of sat,. Albertlne
the smaller cities between but the major Junctionand extra 135 per cow more than Announcement was made th
a Live Oak department store. Willis will be hostess to Miss
If we tamper with the freedom of the press in
metropolitan centers to which they eventually average herd bulls. week of the sale to Dave Krug
Catherine Wahlstrom
any way- save through such recognized safeguardsas 1 1bulJ on Monday
Incidentally, AI eliminates a of one of Live Oak's oldest bus
lead. Mrs. Carl A. Hardee hostess
was at the Methodist Church. Miss
the libel laws we do so at our peril whch could bring disease to ness buildings. Kruger has pu
The new Road Board has already Indicated a Monday night at her handsome Wahlstrom Is one of the Camp
Washington County News Cnlpley herd. It prolongs the usefulness ofan chased the stores now occuplr
that it recognizes this truth and preliminary statements home on South Ohio Avenue at a Fire Olrls' national field secretaries. -
outstanding sire and makes. it by the Surprise Store and Creekmore's
as to planning make exactly the kind of most delightful party in honor of .
possible for from Mrs. C.
owners of small herds E. Halle.
.
Miss of
Julia Fender Stockton,
sense the people of Ilorlda expect and have the to use high-quality He to
plans
New Air TransportNews sires which Oa.. who Is the guest of Miss begin work aft.the
right to expect from those who hold the hey couldn't afford first of
purse- that the government plans to develop a to own. Maggie Baisden. 1955The February to erJ n
strings and decide the and location of the Ills business The Surprise Star
scope
new military transport plane has given a lift to the Quests were Misses Julia Fender North Florida
projects approved for construction in this and the Because: of some of our Florida Telephone to occupy both buildings.
Maggie Baisden. Myma Han-
aircraft industry which is heavily to military
geared cattlemen have shown an interest Company Is about ready to close .
following year production. In exports to kins. Evelyn Conner Calvin Han- the purchase: of the ten North
Europe, I
asked
Auburndale Star Initial will development our kins. Elise Blee., Ada Mae Rober- Florida of Use Democrat: Classifieds f
outlay be 1780 million for a Marketing division to get infor- exchanges the Florida

program for the CX. An additional IIMUlon mation on the results of recent: son Edith Parramore Flossie Telephone Corporation which will quick results
r Byrd. Idelgerte Peach of Clayton

Memory'OJ,: A' Genius will be spent U the Alt Force proceeds with air shipments to Italy by other 1 Ala. Mary Burton of Culpepper.W. ;..............................................................
plans to MOM M of the planes .tawa, ThU inducted the Mealv .., .
On January 17, 1709. a man named Benjamin The CX would be a monster of a plane more In crates" shipments which drew Messrs.. Va., and Basil* Hathaway and

Franklin was born in Boston Massachusetts! That than twice the size of the present C-141, it could considerable Interest when they ner. Alvin Joe Bases finely, Wesley Starke Lyons Con- ;

a man came as near being a universal genius as any carry between 600 and 700 men or 230.000 poundsof were first reported. Whipple Bishop Fred Bless Joe ;

man the United States has ever produced. cargo. Its range would be 8,000 to 7,000 miles.It One report from Italy Indicates Frank. Joe Baisden. Harvey Byrd ;;

M The list of Franklin's activities shows how unusual would be able to carry any piece of divisional sane shipments Improvements In the air Frank Drew Worth Dexter

his Intellectual qualities were. At fifteen equipment, something present aircraft cannot do. If this kind procedures of business are needed. Walker Helvenston. and Lonnie ;

r Franklin was writing satirical articles for a Boston It Is obvious that fewer troops would be need- Is to be auccess. Rhodes. .'

l. newspaper, and at seventeen he was already putting ed if they could be,moved faster and used more effectively Among the first 4.000 calves .

f into practice conclusions he had reached .
as a resultof hipped by air. the mortality ran 19/0

his keen observations .Jackson County Florldan Msrlanna a. high as 18 per cent within the ;

At twenty-three he obtained control of the .day limit of the Insurance risk. Funeral services: for Dr. William .

Pennsylvania Gazette, which he edited, and with Majority of the calves: arrived in : Charles White, postmaster .

(, which he began an amazing adult career All his Time For Statistics poor condition. and native of Live Oak wen held :: Free 24-Hour Oxygen-Equipped. Radio-Dispatched i

successes from that time forward As the year draws to close 'I Neverthless I believe we shall Wednesday afternoon at the City
cannot
I possibly a an army of sta see practical Cemetery with the Rev Burr A. U : AMBULANCE SERVICE ;C

be retraced in this editorial. It Is enough to say, tisticians Is preparing figures to reveal man's ac ed: before too procedures long that will develop- Bixler In charge of the last rites TO SUWANNEE COUNTY RESIDENTS S
however that Franklin waa the first American to tivities during 1984 in all their details. Statistics permit .
us to build a worthwhile volume Phone 362-3333 I
win an International reputation that he was an are being offered to the public the year round as of cattle exports by air. The County Judge Mack H. Padgett i

Inventor of considerable fame that he was a great never before but at year's end statisticians are Department Is keeping in close this week paid filing fees to quailfy ; JAMES a DANIELS FUNERAL HOME

author a diplomat, an educator. and a successful really In their glory touch with the situation for re-election: to the office he ; HOME OWNED AND OPERATED .il

business'man. Not only will figures meal that every partOf now holds. Mrs Bessie M. Greene ". .

-Lake Wales News the American economy is big business, but When the U. 8. Department of

their multiplicity will leave no doubt that statis griculturt ended Its beef buying

tics are big business too. Those who do not find program at the close of 1964. it

A Good Start, GovernorIt's themselves or their activities, reduced to .3 or ,., had spent a total of M3 1.800.000
will be the exception. since the program started last
certainly too early to attempt an evaluationof March.In .

... the term of office" of Governor Haydon Burns but Jackson County. Florldan Marianne a year-end report. Secretary

one of his actions taken wen before inaugurationhit of Agriculture Onllle Freeman DECISOHS(

a responsive chord in ua and got his term off Somebody Is going to ban to Invent a parking noted purchases: totaled. 403.638.N .-

to a good start. meter that will take credit cards Journal pounds of frown and canned Y (
Sioux City. Iowa beef. This Is the
And that action was his refusal to permit truck equivalent of
about one million head of
cattle.
lines to operate tandem trailers over the Florida Purchases (DECISIONS//
In our casual about evenly!
Turnpike and. we hope over all other Florida highway civilisation the people who can divided between high-quality
fed
,. In doing so he Is reported to have rescinded afford all the shoes they need are the ones who animals, which provided frown

the permissive action of his predecessor go barefoot. Herald. Decatur. HI. routs and ground beef and lower

A few months operation of big trucks over high e. quality cows which supplied the
When a man gets too old to set a bad example, canned productU.
ways Is the equivalent of lifetime\ of use by autos
and they keep getting bigger and bigger It may be he starts living good advice UJfrS, PiedmontIf 8. meat Imports In IMS are
expected to be about 7J3 million
that operating the trailers In tandem would not
you want to live a long time lea the philosophy ) Pounds or about 200 minion
put any greater wear on the road surface sine the pounds under the volume
that enables you to avoid that
load would be more widely distributed, but it would People who worry. would trigger a proclamation ofuotas.
never make mistakes
;; be a greater hazard for automobile traffic.If are poorcompanions. .

-, the trucking companies) want to operate ):\'n if quotas were establish.L .

trains why dont they just buy some right-of-way L Imports this year could run as .

.. and put system.down rails better still their own highway The Suwannee DemocratOF high the as formula It.., mutton legislated\ pounds In Au-under SHOULD I use the short form or should I itemize my deductibles


Montlcello News LIVE OAK FLORIDA UmatM lust 1M4.of This about compares 111 million with ? Thumb thru your check stubs at tax time and

.
"!* the Heart of th. SmtMnm..'RlMf winds imported m 1M4. and the
VmSUf have
quickly record of
SANNUt igh of more than one union you a your deductible medical!,
s7 ' Established 1114 August I. 11ST KaUbJUhed: 18tg
other
interests
b taxes
Wonderful Warren Spahn 43-year-old Major Published Kvry Thmnday at Mae *, Ooe..r Street payments, perhaps auto repairs etc.

pitcher, has been sold by the Milkaukee Braves to Louie aWd8worth 7TEaitor< Publisher} The American Meat Institute
was quick to announce Its oopori- You'll be so glad to have a checking income
the New York Met. Spahn. the wlnnlngest left Clara S. Wadaworth n".,.. Associate Editor Uon to proposals by Secretary account at tax

wider In the history of the Major Leagues Is a Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manage Preeman for combining eertata time.

marvel In the field of athletics and an Inspiration George T. {Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman functions of USDA Into new

to a lot of old pappy guys who served with him JBeoond_Class AostM1 Paid At Use ;Fk rlda agency to be known as th CooumeT : -

and millions of oilier Americans In World War SUBSCRIPTION Buwannee County it.00 < and MartMln' Berries.

XX. RATm Outside Suwannee County M,PC What the AMI objects to to the

ALL_ etmaCRIPTfoka Payable In Advance combination of )5.' ., bumetloawtvlus.
N Somehow. he oontlaiMt. to play and ,star defying

. :!" age, U keep a lot of others. a little bit younger now 1II'Of1cH by Agricultural = COMMERCIAL
lUwtareti Service. wnhSultry BANK
., too. And he was doing fine until the middle of this MZMBCROF se iMrecthm. wow utfona-

yearl baseball season Then be aeemed to lose the Florida Press AstodatioaBxrarANwrs CCMes j M by Agricultural ,,"-bane....> 1 I -"'

1-, touch. e vken.e A tL OF LIVE OAK
:
But teammate said Uure was nothing WrcDC"r COUNTY CC+ w4 I rtti11 *. "Mtrt of an I LIVE OAK FLORIDA

with his arm and that h* bad had slumps before Chamber of Commerce) ( -Meson,, aM.-.wt be ....seft -:

and the he could win again. The front office at has-.ww. JnTHn HI ,.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 1965 "
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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE THREE I


= .(9-/9/J :e/le4f fh e I' Mr*. John Charlta Ward I Meet Women Friday Golfer 11 :30 WM Junior dub Hear Antmons-Robinson 1

Speech Gas Members Rites
,I The Women's Golf Association Spoken
will meet at the club ho.e Mn. M. R. Zlnober, speech Mr. and Mrs Roy J. Ammtlu.
WOMEN Friday, Jiaaary *2. at 11S:: teacher at Suwannee High School of South Suwannee Avenue, announce -
I for a eovrrtd dish luncheon, and presented several of her students the marriage of their
bmlnma meeting which will be In an Interesting program at the daughter, Margaret Louise\ to Joe
followed II y golf meeting of the Junior Woman's Earl Robinson son of Wilton
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society EditorRcceltion A dinner party has been Club Thursday night Taking part Robinson of Palatka and Mrs
planned by the women for Frb- on the program were Bobbl Davis. Margaret Sadler of this city
runty' IS al the club home with Nell Evans Casey McFarland, The wedding took place at the
Given I Huntcr-Wanl plan to be announced later Dawne McKellhen. Richard Faster home of the bride on January
llostmra for Friday's meetIng and Randy Law. ninth.
nevi And) Mrs Webb Nuptial Rites will be Mrs B. L. Brink- The devotional was given by The ceremony was performed'
Rev and Mrs. C. A. Webb were Miss! Sara Elisabeth Hunter man Mrs. Claude Vice and I Mrs. Arthur Lawrence. by Elder Morris O Poole of the
honored guest at an afternoon daughter of Mrs. Mollle King of 'I i Mrs Alex MdUllhrn. Each Quest of the club was Mrs. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
reception Sunday In the Social this city and John Charles Ward i member Is anted to bring a cove Neel Cannon. Dar Saints.
Hall of the First Baptist Church son of Mr and Mrs. John C Wardof end dKh.Walter Following the covered dish supper The bride wore a street length
between the hour of three to four Clearwater were united In and program the business white suit and carried a bridal
thirty.Her.. marriage on December 19 at the a. ( Dekle SpokeTo meeting was conducted by Mrs Al bouquet of white carnations tied
Webb has recently accept. Calvary Baptist Church In Clearwater r Wilson. president It was announced with pale blue ribbons
ed the pastorate of the church. with the Rev. O. K. Burton Garden Club that the Mother's Marchof Her only attendant was her
Bowls of red and pink camellias officiating at the 7:30 pm. cere The Live Oak Garden Club Inc, Dimes would be held Tuesday aunt Mrs, Charlotte Williams
and baskets of evergreens were mony. met at the Garden Center Friday January :38, Serving as !best man was Bills
used extensively in decorating.Mrs. Dr. Donald O. Nlkolaus gave with the Camellia Circle swing Co-chairmen are Mrs Arthur Olive.
a T. McDowell and Mrs. E. the bride In marriage. as hostess for the covered dish I Lawrence and Mrs. Danny B. Me- A reception was held followingthe
S. Conner were In charge of the She wore a formal gown of luncheon meeting' Crlmon. wedding, given by the parentsof
decora tlona. bridal taffeta featuring a fitted Mrs Oeorge' Allen presided in Plans were made for the sewing the bride.
II
Mrs. J W. ).Iu enUl. presidentof bodice with Juliet sleeves scooped the absent of Mrs Lawrence Lee contest with the local winner rep.resenting The bride's table was pverlald
the Woman's Missionary Society neckline decorated with pearls c president the club at the district with a white linen cloth and centered -
assisted by Mr. Rtece: Brown and Iridescent. A wide butterflybow x Mrs, John Caattebrrry! introduced meeting In Perry on March 10. with the three tiered wedding
received the guests and presented topped the chapel train and the guest speaker, Walter The door prise was received by cake. Nuts, party sandwiches. -
them to Rev and Mrs. Webb. a crown of simulated pearls held like of Gainesville who spoke Mrs Lavaughn Neabern. cake, and punch was served.
An attractive white leather her shoulder length three tiered on Insects' and Insecticides for Hostesses for Thursday night's r a
bound guest book was kept by veil of silk Illusion. She carried a controlling. To highlight his talk meeting were Mrs C. T. Balsden.
Mrs. Paul Crers and Mrs. Paul cascade bouquet of white carna he used colored slides Dick Lundyof chairman Mrs Bill Burch. Mrs Guild Members
Byrd. lion the local experiment station Wayne Long Mrs. Tommy Dor-
Floor hostesses were Mrs. W. M. Miss Kay Lana of Clearwaterwas was a guest of the club sett, and Mrs Billy Brown WSCS CueHt
Jernlgan. Mrs. Harvey Perry Mrs. maid of honor. Miss Wanda Following" the luncheon and .- I Members of the Guild of the
H. B. Wooley, Mrs. J. K. Oasklna, Ward and Mrs. Bill Hopkins ii program a short business meeting I First Methodist. Church were
Mrs. Irma Johnson Mrs. O. A. served as bridesmaids. Miss Judy was held at which time it was announced Martha Lee guests of the WSCS at the general
lee. Mrs John Perry Mrs. James Psty was junior bridesmaid. JohnC. by Mrs O. P. Hatch a Mr and Mrs John A. Lee of meeting held at the church on
Long, and Mrs. Oeorg Allen. Ward 8r, father of th* groom national camellia show would be 'AU.nta. Oa., announce the birthof Tuesday evening, January 17.
Punch was served by Mrs OtUs served as best'ntan. Ushers were held In Tallahassee on January a daughter January l$. Following a buffet supper the
Brown. Mrs. M. H. Klngson. Mn. John Rant of Clearwater Beach 33 and 94, sponsored by the Oar The baby weighed seven pounds group net Inh.. church audi
Ralph Cox. and Mrs. Tom Aberennoble. and Bill Hopkins Junior usher den Club and Camellia Society of and has been named Martha Jean orlunt Mrs. L. A. Blackmon reada
Home made cookies ard rss Jm Ferris of Dunedin and Tallahassee, Angew Lee, for her maternal and scripture prayer and gave a
open fact sandwiches wen served 'Mike Ward was ring bearer. Mr*. Jack White has served on paternal grandparents.Mrs. short talk on -What Th Guild
Following" the ceremony a recepuon MM. I the schedule committee for the Lee Is the former Barbara Is", explaining the organization
Burrli Circle
Ho
was !held in toe Education A tea* In _Jannnrv___u artistic division of this show and Jean Mentser. of Atlanta Oa. and the purpose of the guild.
Circle Four of the VT8CS of the presented a prortun on a Span- Is going to exhibit and judge In _
If you weN born In First Methodist Church met on ish-American school supported by the show,
during the afternoon under the
January I In the home of Mrs the W .
C8.
January of aa odd. direction of Mrs. Henry Skinner, ::
social chairman and her efficient Donald Burch Jr. The business meeting was conducted Dowling Park Scene
numbered lira. Bill Burn gave the devotional THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
year, renew committee. by Mrs. Rich Capell In the Of District
and Mrs Dave McNeil absence Meeting
of the chairman. Mrs
your driven license A beautiful program of music The quarterly district meetingof
Harold Veneer
was rendered by Mrs R. L. Brink- Building of the ehurth. The reorpUon Sapp.Attending the Woman's Home and For One or Two Bath.FHAorCONVENnONAL .
this month. were Mn. Warren
man ptaftilMIl., Wm. Randall was a present U the bride
Tedder, Mn. Parka Johnson Mrs.Curtis elgn Mission Society was held lastThursday
Slaughter, violinist and Mrs Dallas and groom from the Mew Hos
at Dowllng Park Mrs.
Roan Mrs Tom Moore I
Bland soloist.
Reece pital. Sybil Everette dla&r1conel Financing
Brown Mrs. Bill Baser Mrs. Bobby
Around two hundred guests attended After a wedding trip to North
vice president of Lake City
Bruce Mn. pre
Frank Patch Jr Mrs SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
to welcome the Rev. and Florida and the East Coast the sided.
COUNTY JUDGE Otynn Duncan Mn. Neel Can.
Mrs. Webb to the church and couple are making! their home at
The morning session. was held Located (In
I community. non. Mrs. John Wiggins and MnCapell. Edgewood Subdivision.
Ridge
Haven Trailer Park. In Dueling Hall followed by a
Mrs Curtis Koon will be the covered dish luncheon 11tbe SELECT YOURS NOW
February hostess nursing home dining room.
r Attending from here were the Contact
Free and Mrs Nelson B. Melvtn.Mn .
Look for the almost-dlaappear* Ella: Auten, Mrs. Oeorg We G. MULLINS
CLEARANCELADIES and of boll jackets. or looaejackets Croft. Mrs. Oscar Orson Mrs
etoept for those with Wiley Orantham Jr.. Mrs. C W.I Phone
backa toowr UantIelr mud Clayton Mrs. Pomeroy Carter, 362-2057
I
fronta. and Mrs Staler Clayton

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DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


........ th* nulp- mend shall ho I. writhe. and
wilt; '... .Ia skill .tata
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF Funeral Services I Allbritton Brother Leave For Mexico avallabla....../wuip.mit...ssteidamof th.not eor County>t.tho .tho.....,......of.lbn.lal.......asndenaii. flbeo

: : b. certifiedby swop to bi \.II. eiNm.nt.. hi. .,
I TilE Yard. Final Clerk parmont of t.. Board mu.t. t* th. Cou.tyEnilnxr .,to...., and -........ by .r.a tilioi. or
the fop .f ,.. dollar end such ..
bo .Ia.
removed
Here For before mnlpmont may or d.
Suwannee Livestock Market Today Cat of title tranafer mint b* m.sd sot .. III" shall .be void
Valley born by the p..h..... No bids rof.lv.ed OPAL N. BUTTS
A.
edmini.tntor
data.peeUled or or the
and Est.te
Mrs. ThomasFuneral received after tho without time .. willk.. aon.Idered. .. or W. C. B.".. .Ioe kno.. a.

Sales at Suwannee Valley Live I rows and gilts sold at $16.21; 210- (. Th. Board of County Comnil.ny ,..- Clpdo B".1an doumd
th. rlnht to reject >
stock Market 13 resultedIn 240 Ibs. brought $16.10; 240-270 llonen reiorv I sad
January I services will be held and all I bids and. to walv form.lltlH
active trading and a good demand Ibs. went for $1500; 160-180 lb!. to re-.dv.rtli. cud t* award the bid ntk IN THE COUNTY"' JUDCE'S COURT
I here this afternoon at 2:00: p.m. boat 1.1a"'" of Buwanneo Cnuntv.Florida. IN AND FOIL SUWANNEE COUNTY'
for all classes. sold< for 15.20; 140.160 moved at for Mrs. Sally Hamilton Thomas, .. Envelop. eonUlnln the bide FLORIDA IN PROBATE

Cattle and calves sold that date $14.55; 120-140 Ibs. sold at $13.- who died Sunday at the local a v :.: : HID must FOR be clearly USED marked DUMP en TRUCKS the euUldo AND Uf LOIS art Th.EVELYN I.ta.PARKER.1 : BI3PHAM

totaled 259 as compared with the 95; 100-120 Ibs. went for $14.00; hospital following a lengthy Ill i TO BE OPEN- I \
OTHER :Ori li'Sill" NOTicE CREDITORS'To
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and those from 80-100 1 Ibs. '
174 sold the week previous. ness. Rites will be held at the local 1 {' 'I ,.J All Credit. .... Per_. Havk.
*.n
brought $13.75.Most Advent Christian Church with Claim .r 0_". A.....' SaM Ent.tsc.
heifers
Slaughter steers were few, .....
I sows, 180-400 Ibs., sold at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD I You end or pee ere bonbr .
and cows were steady with the Rev. Nelson Melvin and the I 1'4 AND FOR and required. to prone n, wetsCled
,
$11.85-$1215 and those from 400- EErCOUNfY'' claim
bulls strong to $1.00 higher. Rev. Tom W. Allen officiating. I' SUWAN noam and demands which '0.. op .llh.. 01

Calves were weak.Feederatocker 600 lbs at 10651115. Boars Burial will be in Mt. Beulah FIRST NATIONAL IN BANK CHANCERY.THK OF M on; :.,I-p"rtlnB; :.::: Estat.. of

steers steady went for 700. Cemetery, south of Wellborn, withSuwannee 4 l iY i : LIVE OAK. a banking .orporttlon at* of said County, to the C.7yTEl.
were Good feeder pigs, 40-130 Ibs, i ..*..1.... and nl.tin seeder the ten or Buwa.... County.. Florida. at hi. .r.
heifers strong to 50o higher Funeral Home of Live of the United State of America.Plaintf Ic. In tbo Court Ho... of ..Id Can
cows were strong and calves weakto moved narrowly at $1600-$17.75 Oak In charge of arrangements j ty at Live O.k. Florid.. within .Ia| It I
.
and< a few lots of mediums went calendar m.nth. from th. thus. or
a full 50c lower Mrs. Thomas was born December 1I. WALTEB""CAHTER.: : JR.. Pint publlcatlo. of thin. .0'",*. lath th.
for $14.00-$16.00. 5, 1088, in Hamilton County Drfradm tlaor. ./ demand shall be Itt .
Near 60 per cent of the supply wvilia0 I.
S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE dnpllat.. and shall .Iala th. ,....
cleared to feeder-stocker accounts and had resided In Suwannee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thenndonign.d ...Ido... and pat office. ..ddrses .f 0/,

while fully one-third of the total Man County for the past 50 years. She I. Clerk of. the. VAUGHN Circuit Court A.of SESSIONS...-..... .claimant..,..... and bte shall asset he a....n nttarny Ia by. .110 lilt

offered were calves. Jennings was the widow of the late Dave County, Florida, will on the Uth. dip .f any oueb clef..r demand Sol eo ,4
filed
Low good slaughter steers Including I Thomas and was a member of ,IJ January IMI. ., IliOt o'clock A.M, ., .h.11 bbe ...14.I .

overfills, sold for $1800- Named Director the Advent Christian Church of i the h..".front. In door Llv.. of Oak.th.Snwannea temporary County Court, I If 1.rb.lt.PNtp:Chitlha.

$19.2& while standards brought Live Oak Florida, offer for aale and call at publt.outcry .. c.z.......
to the hlcheit and bout tldd.r for n.u
$17.00-118.50 and one utility went Survivors include four daughters risk the following detcrlhed property
S. M. Doss Route 1, Jennings,
for $15.50. Mrs. Clifford O'Neal of Live Hubert F. and Jeue M. Allbritton are shown boarding a plane situated I. Suwanne County, Florida. 5.ts. Of Public. Ho_ ..... 0. 0-."..
has been appointed an associate Of E.ofue Of
to-wit l .1 prpert, .
One low good heifer went for member of the Board of Directorsof Oak:, Mrs Lillian Lee of Lake that win take them to Mexico to see the 1965 Mawey-Ferguson Lot I, .. Block.. U. mar particularly Needed. For Count:: ..--.. For R.H
City and Mrs. Katie Revels and .... .... .. 7* D.-J T.
$18.00; standards sold for $1525- I sales personnel will I .1. a lot beclnnlnr P-'f. Bo JU"'Ir"
the North Florida Production new tractor line. More than 500 dealers and feet South of NWVt of S. Block U .' Coawty Parlous
$17.75: overfills brought $1400- Credit Association, It was announced Mrs. Gladys Stewart both of witness demonstrations of the new equipment at Mexico City daring and .nnini Iou" 10 tit Ohmic. Nolle .la h.....,. gthis eke Bn $15.00; and utility moved forn.n'lt.ZI. I Jacksonville; five sons Lelon Ea.t 10. ft; three North 71 ft I of County. C..I.......* of ..w...
this week. He will servea Thomas and Colin both the three-day period. thene Wait 11 ,.. to P.0.5. In tk. Coanl,. Florida. will hold. a public. l...r
: : one year term. Thomas CKy of Llv.. 0.... Section 55. Tow.. hie at llr. .'.lock. A. N. V, th. Ins
Utility cows sold for $1275- of Jacksonville, Fred Thomas of ship I ....t.. Sonic II Ea.tipunuaat day ad r......."> 5541. sI which ..
Other members of the board of .
to the Final Decree of forealoeur th said Board of County Cemmle.Y
$11.00 cutters went for $1100- Cocoa, Henry Thomas of Orange meet oil equipment to ... ,..- .,. ... .
; 1117 will take sad .. &
In .p
directors serving three entered In n us. peals .1.! tin. .
now year
$13.25 and brought Park, and Vasco Thomas of Ana- .. On. (It ..*. ....r. heavy. duty .10.... ky .u..ea ful bidder acid: Court, th. .tyle of which' m THE lowing ...... ._It...... sad If
; canners terms are H. C. Pope of Fort helm. Califa equipment traitor. .rial number .. Will .ka ....,... ky tk. Board. Mpaynmt FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LIVE propo. tlo* .. .,.....ed. oipocta to and
; sister Mrs. Alice .. Wept
of
$900-111.80. ..... to ndu np Ma .
J. McKeithen of Wellborn OAK. banklne corpontlon ..rrastadand '* "". the
White T. a
.. ....... .... tko, event a facTt lwTt same Inla n.
In
Utility bulls moved at $1300- McIntosh of Starke; a brother Tb..boc deiertted wtulpm.nl l> surplus .1. ; .. exuitlnt. ...... the lawn. of the Unl- ,
J. W Mitchell of Jasper Charlie Hamilton of Plant City ta th. ...4. of tk. County sad lotto auwaaiful klddar. does. not .11. ted It.... of A.....1... Pl.lntiff.re.. T. eirhan.e. and aonvoy a .
$16.09 and one high canner sold Edward Henderson of Mayo and ; ka sold Bid. nay ... a* any or all of final p.,.... within slut....?, <( for $11.00. I and 28 grandchildren and 28 oo.ulpm.nt and award of H. W. Lundy< of Live Oak. ... bidder .. .. (It) ..1 strip' alone tk. North
I greatgrandchildren.Active to th. klch.it qualified Willto Uubidder.tinnthIso > of mid Court tAle IStk day afJaauary.
One low good calf sold for Officers of the association are ...10 piece of ..."I.n', .' Hid. must ... n..tsin ltl.LAVAUGHN. alto of Be.tlon 17. TewVhl I..hi I
$17.50; standards brought $1500- McKeithen vice pallbearer are to be J. accompanied. ky a ......" In the form bids are rejected.( A. SESSIONSClerk Beth ...(. II 10... which cad
Pope president; W. Haynes Jesse Stewart Morris of a oertlfled or ...101..'. check In th. .. .... Circuit Court 10 foot strip of ... ,he Board .,
$18.50; and utilities sold for Fowler .... Equipment I. to b* sold la, Coaatr CommiHlonora. ......
president; Aubrey secre amount of flv (I) pment of amount bprfornwl Bnwaaao eo.n.,. Florida' of ...
Pool, Deaun Gaston, V V. Brim, I. red mechanical. npair may not Cary Florida.
$$1J.OO-$15. kid.. Fmonal .. eorporat check. SEAL sequined .rep
Good feeder-stocker steers sold tary-treasurer; and R. O. Hatch and George Croft. will ... accepted aa "po." only at the .. tk*...County Roadopaarl. By I S/ LlllUa Redford, D.C. tomboy 4. 114. for the ...... .!
er Jr., assistant secretary-treasur discretion of ,he B...... Tb. above d..- nont Vard In Ll Oah. Kbit* read Hiht- f.way far the
at ms-$18.75; standards went ..Ib.d dcoo.lt whtek. are d.tachd from th truck sale.or 1'N Blnk Road, and ta *.....?
oo.ulpm.nt an not Include In Ibis COURT OP THE COUNTY therefor. to oulrw from T. A. Row.
for 112.75-115.25: and utility er.The North Florida Production Beulah Home ) .. Will b* nturned within t.n (l0) Th. oqnlpaiMit may .b* .- at tk. JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY. and III and his wife V... B. wow
grades moved at 11751300. Club ...,. to nn.ueen.ful ..Idd..., ako.. dmrlhod. V.rd durlnf nora.lbn.lno. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Si' b y ppr
a Mr,
Credit Association makes short .
... .. I.: :
If :
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Standard heifers sold for $12.00- b. Will b. applied .. a partial pay. .* hour. County .0. IN aRt Ratite of of ... fort : ,,. E..I
term and Intermediate term loansto Has Meeting Monday half of Soctten
.._._ W. C. BUTTS tie know M 17. '
$15.00( ; utility grade moved at M aIN b N. 111 CLYDE BUTTS ...... ..... II ....tf.rapibil
farmers growers, and cattle Mrs. Snowden Lee was named REPORT Of CONDITION OF THE BBANFOBD STATE BAN".t-oP". SCANFOCD Doeea.ed. .... .._. Ivme. end ..", .
$10.25-$1225: and one Inferior men in Suwannee. Lafayette, president of the Beulah Home THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER To AH Creditor .Bad ForaeM ........ whop ,... ...k,. Sink. Road U M
sold for $11.50.Standard Hamilton, and Columbia Counties Extension Club Monday at its II, IM4. Claim ar D.n and. A.....' Said) E.tatei ........ sad where It bar km l eo
ASSETS You and awls. of yoa are hereby otU sand for Ik. "hut past SI Fun
and overfilled good meeting at the Beulah Community Cash ..1..... with otS.r banks. and ,..I' I.... fled. red required. to ,...... any ckilmt -- orriot.
cows went for $11.50-$13.75; utilU In Of .OllOCtlon .. ..MH.M.MM*- 1 ,... way peno. "\ to k .
Center. Named to w>re ... of pn..ss .M. MM.HM..M.M .M. :: ::UU: : sad demand which or either of beard ...
ty moved at $1000-11200: Inferiors Unltod Slates Oovornm.nt hli .tj.-; and iurantdOallcatlon --- Fob may have aieratt. the o.to.1 of tk. matter* eonlataed m ,... laid pra.
ficers with her were Mrs. Edgar of Slat*, and political' ih.lvl.lon." .. .-, t/N1.f5: W. C. BUTTS. .... II...* .. CLYDE local I or pr poeilb..45 k* .Mined at the
sold for 10.001075; and Conservation Films Are! Lyons vice Lu.n4 (Ineludln K.TITTI oTWdraft.j ; 'i'H. .... '.- 175.114.1: BUTTS, donated, .... of said County .aid time.Tkla .
one high utility cow-calf pair president; Mrs. Lloyd Bink prml.M owed /T,55/.Ol, furnltur* and flttur ........1. n....... to the County Jadf of ....... ...- ilk dip af I.....,.. Itll.Board .
Furnished Local School Allbrltton, secretary treasurer: Otb.r ....1. mjiMiniiiiiimu _.-.. _... ..-??? .,-. ....,,,1. ?? .U..8. ly. Florida, .t kl. *>fflc In the eourt of Couaty ComailMleiieni
brought $1300. I Mrs. R. L. Allbrltton council lioua of said. County at Live 0.... flor.Ida. .. .......* Cou.'". Florida
One low choice calf cold for Two conservation films Mini TOTAL ASSETS 00_.. _. .. --._.ll.KI.1IT.lt within al. calendar month from By ........... A. Saul.. ..
delegate; and Mrs Alfred Allbrlt LIABILITIES .
the time of thai fins publleatloBi *f this Clerk
$18.00; good grade calves brought mum Tillage and Watersheds And ton reporter P.m.nd and dpolt.I of ladl'ldu.li.: partnmhlp*, and mrporatlon. I ......1..1 lotlee. Two ..p''.* of ouch .1.1m or ..- ".If
$18.00-817.25 with weights from You, were furnished this week to Tim. and savings d.po.lt of Individual., pnrtnr.hlp.' ,
Mr. Lyons is chairman of the and corporation. ............ ...' .. nrl ...?,' ... 'nttl SOI.II7 ISDmoilta
179-225 pounds selling for up to the Suwannee High Vocational clothing committee; Mrs. R. L. of United Stan Government (i.* ;.il.ir pootal .a;i ln. )_ .". 1.11Depo.lt. : :
$2000; standards went for $13.75- Agriculture department for showing of 8t.t*> and political .ubdlvUton. .. .. .. *
Allbrltton Is chairman of the fair Cartlf.d and offlrencheeka, ate .- ,. ,.?...- _.?;,?::.....:...:.;. ..: .. ::.:l::.4l
$1000; utility moved for 10.25 to their students. educational booth committee TOTAL DEPOSITS ...... ll.tH.IHi*
$14.00: while Inferiors were auctioned Conservation films are furnished ; (a> Total demand ;;;.it.-..?.= ...-....: -. ... 4.4I4I:
Mrs D. F, Durham, chairman of 1..1 Total limo and savings. .._1" ._.--,. .. .oo..n.I'
at $900-811.25. monthly to the schools by the the food and nutrition commit. Other llahllltle. ..?.?._...? -. "... .__ ,...... I
In a rarity, the number of hogs Suwannee River Boll Conservation
tee; Miss Gall Lee chairman of TOTAL LIABILITIES .._n.....,*....
sold January 13 was exactly the District without charge according
the CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
health safety and
civil defense
same as that of the previous week to Board Chairman J. C.plt.ll' Common stork. total par vain. 110,10 .........--_....... I l...*..*.
committee; and Mrs.. Billy .. ...... ... .. *
Burplua ,. ,. .
when S03 head of swine sold. Dan Ross part of the dis ? ???? -???-- : : LIVE OAK FLORIDA PHONE ... ,11I
were as a Hunter chairman of the housing Undivided. profits;: .,, .:....?._?.?.?. ,. ..-. ::: *4.:* : 7R
Mixed grade 180-210 Ib. bar trict's educational program. committee. ....*.. (and ..'I......' ......, for ,rol.rr... ..,It.n ..w.... ..***.** A.nlU 5.,,CWMren Zto-Tai included

Miss Ida Jo Harrison new I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT ._. ._ ..-. ..-e-1S5,55t./1 BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE
horn 8BHt for the county, save Saturday Opna IStIS Hewitt I:'.
.TOTM. UAPJiunca CAPITAL ACGUNT5,7.0,111.11
a demonstration on color key 7 : 10",1) MEMORANDA SonoUv Thrown Friday Opcn .li4S-Mrrie tMTHt'RSPArrRIPT. :

: HOMES FOR SALE I along with a film on home deco A....(Inil.dint Bledyed: or note aolncd aad bills to .ecnre redUcranted llabllltle.and and Meurltw.'for other odd spars withaireement

rations. ,. repurcfcaM) ..... .--. I It.**...* JANUARY !I-!!
During the business .,session the La05555. above ar* after deduction. of valuation. ns.rrss of... .....,..,
No down It I. Orah.m 0. Owen Vice. President a c..hi... ., the aaeve-named ..... doaolomnly OF HUMAN
money you own your own lot. Two or February 2 commissioners' lunch- affirm that Ibis report ct condition la true and carnet to ,... beet .> BONDAGECARTOON
three bedroom, completely furnished, ready to move eon was discussed. my knowUdf. and Mlles

in. Payments to fit any budget. White or colored The club voted to hold a workshop Correct-Atte.l Qnh.oj C. Ow..

Have some houses completed for colored one block day on February 11 to make tFv. l ThoTCHO BATTTRPAT. JANUARY tt
Ethel: B. .
west of Hunter Motor Co. in Lake City cancer dressings. H W.Fhllltp.A. *
.,. H. Ow... THE HUNS
Dire*ton
Stat..1 Florid. County of Suwaane, sal
Phone 752.6759-Lake CityBox Public Notices Bwora to and subscribe. S beforo ... "'I. Ittk day of "......,. 141,
and. ,1 hereby fortify then 1 am not .. .".... or director. of Ibis beak. Feataro No. S -r
My .....1..10.. ...1... ......_ 4. ..*..
868 COLETA MATH, Notary Public Slab of Florid at "'r.. BALLAD
CALL SEAL) OF A GUNFIGHTER

Office at 28 W. Railroad St.I' SALE OF EQUIPMENT CARTOON
...I.d .bids will bo received by th.
Board of County Comrnli.loner, .
of lu
NEEDEDwhite saleswoman or salesman' and colored ..1111.. County. Florida at It. rae.ularplaco rUTNTMT-MONPAr. SANITARY It-ts

saleswoman or salesman' to sell homes In the lI.w.nn.of....Un. nl Court.tko. .Temporary I. U. SEPTIC TANK SERVICEH. JERRY LEWLSDISORDERLY

Live Oak area. 0.... rlold. "until 11,00 "o' .lock. A.M.
I' o* the Second day of "."...r', A D

willbe publlallytme.no.ddnpd,.all. bud B. KELLYPhone ORDERLY
for the
to-wltt following deacrlbod equipment. CARTOON NEWS

: .. Three UI u... dump tn... 362.2442
whle' m ....rINd .. follow t TrrSDAT-WEDVeHDAr, JANUARY !/-!7 _
f3 0.. III Ch....'"", M.lal .... McALPIN, FLORIDA
Days> at .Mr
Only YSAIIAISIIa. iNGRiD
BERGMAN "
ONLY On. I I' Ch........ .nkl ....... ANTHONY! qtTXX
ONLY SBI/Al5s..s. w". duwoiug
; body and without o'ther parta. -SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE VISIT
0r. III International., aerial
number SB-III4M-E. Let M. Know_ Not Your
VAN H. PRIEST CO. .. On. UJ rod Milk ....11.. Miin. Neighbor CARTOON
del... ........ .rial .......

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, I9GS SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Gifts to March of Dimes Financed Netrt AntI Activities From Hackney Add New Forest Service


Promising Research Projects in '64Nine THE: RECREATION CENTERI new Tractor Groover tractor Hackney An to his Equipment present has added line of a Group MeetsMembers

March of Dimes- farm equipment Florida Tractor of the Suwannee
financed research studies In I ROT SILUVAN. Director Equipment Co. of Jacksonville County Forest Service Fire Prevention
birth defects have shown The second round In the recreation the court will be made availableto announces that Farmers Implement Committee hell Its regular
Is dealer David
Co. for
now at the local Forest
in 1964. basketball league Is now them. meeting
outstanding progress Brown tractors and equipment
The Laundry live Service Unit headquarters on
underway. Suwannee While an Increasing use of
The projects were cited by The David Brown 1* new to this IS with .J, L. McMullen,
I team U out in front with bands to play for dances at the January
Dr. Theodore E. Boyd, research Commercial Bank In second place.A Center attendance growing.. Over area but ls well known In the Tohmas B. Musgrov. District
director for The Na- thriller during the past week 192 teenagers attended a Sat- Northwestern United. States. Forester Gary Farm Forester
tional Foundation-March. of was the came between Cheek urday night dance recently. Wyman Garland, and County
Dimes. Drug and Kent'i A& W which reQuired "The Saints", a band of local Dr. Kane Is Named Ranger O. II. Feagle In attend
Each year In the u.s.250,000 overtime play. Cheek Drug talent, Is reported to be developIng ance.
babies are born seriously de- won out by a 14 to U core In the I nicely and will no doubt pro Hospital Staff Chief Following the meeting, committee
fective Dr. Boyd said. But overtime. Kent'i A .. W team has vide muslo for many dances to members and their families
At the regular meetingof
new 1U0wledJ11 being gained made the most Improvement since come. monthly joined with Forest Service personnel
daily. The nine developments the season began and may spring The Recreation Center U avail the Suwannee County HmpltalMedical for a barbecue supper at
Show that March of Dimes contributions 1Aq Staff on January 12, Dr.I
flnsncing promtslnDr.tUBwd surprises before the season ls over. able for use on weekdays by Wilton Warner's Camp near Fatmouth.
are R. Kane was elected Chiefof '
Results last week were: groups or organisations requiringa I' Ranger Feagle said this week I
Staff He succeeds Dr. 8. L.
: that In Jan. 11 Cheek that Information In the two year
reported Drug 14; place to meet between the hours Hadden In this capacity.
1964 The National Foundation- Kent's A & W 12. of 9:00 am. thru 3.30: pjn. until report published last week In the
Dr. Kane to SuwanneeCounty
March of Dimes appropriatedalmost Jan 12 Suwannee Laundry the current school session ends came Suwannee Democrat had Incor
$5,000,000 for research.In Hospital In July, 1943. rect Information and that the
20; Kent's A ft W It. U. .
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addition there are now
March of Dimes Birth Defect Jan 14 Commercial Bank lower figures cited were for the
Treatment Centers across the \ 13; Cheek Drug 10. Haytus Entries Win Wellington TrcniLleil year 1944 not 1943: as the report
country, he said. Jan. 19 Suwannee Laundry Indicated.
The nine projects. : cited are as 12; Cheek Drug S. At Dome CongirtM Wanted No Salary There was a reduction In fires
follows: Standings this week: I T J. Haynes, prominent Su and acreage burned In 1944 when
George Washington, )
his longhair
1.Germs Measles Teat first Won Loit wannee County Duroo breeder compared to 1983, he added.
clinical use of a new test to tell -> -.- --. Suwanne Laundry 4 0 and O'Brien farmer, had the reserve powdered white, delivered Feagle also stated the )focal unit
whether someone has ClUES t* ...1.1... a4 cenewrit-it heart tUUcH were *Uvl.*4 bv Commercial Bank 2 1 grand champion barrow the first Inaugural address In New had been Instrumental In saving
disease had German which meatlee caD damage I Dr. Otcer Jolf". Stele University ef New Yolk, a",..., see with Cheek Drug 1 JKent' carcass at the Southeastern Duroc York National City on April 30, 17(9. the property valued at $34.50000 by
unborn babr when it infects lab enlatent.Dr. A A W 0 3 Congress held last week at Memphis President Geographic says Thefirst suppressing miscellaneous fires In
mother during eat'y pre Variable Tenn. He aUo showed a was apparently the county
progress on improve-
-has shown It to be rapid Joseph Dsncis. New York chromosome were found to ment and construction bred gilt that placed second. I nervous that his hands trembled .
reliable. This war reported University Called dyssutono- have peculiar structure In projects His voice often was Inaudible.
certain made The show was open to the world.
was last
Dr. Gordon C.Brown !J> mice,the condition causes excessive white blood cells. Victim week. Posts to hold and attracted of the leadIng Washington apologised that he Florida law requires that any
ologist University of sweating and saliva! skin nave multiple defects fencing around the tennis court many -unpractloed In
r.h ::: physical civil administration motor driven vehicle be stationary
2. blotching, hypertension and and usually Since and baseball diamond were Installed and largest breeders of the ,"
and
Pl&eDb occur I announced that he when Its occupants are shootIng -
malities U with mental retardation. similar defects other with the wire to be hung nation would
..... Dr. Andrew E. S.Hading Llak Birth Defect disease, finding the blood cell sometime this week. Flood lights Lire Oak was selected as the accept no glary resident game.
University of Florida, to Abnormal Immunity Mechanism. peculiarities; offers a useful over the horseshoes pits have been site for the 1988 Southeastern'
ered something wrong .A rare Inherited disease, method for diagnosis. This was Duroc Congress It was announcedlast
liver cells in children with ataxia telanglectasia. appear reported by Dr*. FrederickHecht. completed. Strings of lights thru week For The Beat In
disease called Hurler's to belong to a group of disease C. R. Huehns and M.Lutter the playground area have been
drome, a form of dwarf involving hereditary d.tectllD University of Washing completed. and when warmer a.
Enzyme-containing sacs body mechanism which provide ton. weather permits, small childrencan Douglass High Meet ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
found mining from these Immunity. This ws reported t. Disorders Peaalble will play outdoors at night on the .
The clue may pinpoint the. by Dr. Robert A. Good, Hereditary Variation-. ef a Single playground equipmentTuesday Crott City Tonight
In body chemutry University of Minnesota, who 1.1'.'.variant has been STANDARD ROOFINGand
for this birth defect. discovered that children with found of a blood enzyme whichIn nights at 7:30 have De..... High Soheel will
J. Mental Retardation b"I the disease are poor at producing an abnormal form affects an been activity time for 10 men who meet Creta City tonight (Than-
CengealUI Aaecaaliea. antibodies,are prone to respiratory estimated 100.000.000 people. participate In volleyball. More day) I* a basketball .... to be SHEET METAL CO.
tal retardation of Infections and lymphold Called G-4-PD. it is Important men are needed so teams can be played In the new gymaaaUmrecently
cause, research Indicated cancers and have an underdeveloped clinically because most people formed. eenalcied and evened 211 So. A.Mey 3t.Ph. 244-2646
thing went wrong before thymus gland.the who have it In deficient form react Women and girls desiring to al Douglass.The FREE BONDED
rather than at or after master gland of immunity Victims abnormally to anlimalarla VALDOSTA'S BEST
Investigation showed that of are unable to coordinate and sulfa drugs, and develop' play volleyball are aaked to con- game will boils at .:IS ESTIMATES ROOFERS
children with mental their movements acute anemia. Discovery of the tact the Recreation Center and "..
tion of unknown cause. 42 a. Evidence Ties Cp Aatolm- variant was reported by Dr.
cent also had three or meaty..Caren.eome Defect Harry M. Klrkman, Universityof
visible structural congenital Tint evidence connecting abnormal Oklahoma.
f< tiple anomalies ii strong Immunity a process In which Defect Den1ht Successful -
dence that retardation of UM bod,'. defense machinery I u embryos Prices
Reduced
type Itself a birth defect get out of kilter and antibodies! of the two most commonforms Drastically !
was reported by Dr. David arc made that attack the body1* of congenital heart defects
Smith.University of \ own tissue,was reported by Dr. found in man providesfresh
4. Knowledge Akeat Melvin M.Grunba,Columbia clues how the heart develops
.f the Nerve ."..a. University. normally and abnormally. Yes the Gibbs Co. has
reduced their
nosis matron of providing a rare Hereditary clue to d 1 Meats 7. Method wUaCaraT for .Screening o-ae Defect Fa- formed. The by Dr.study.cUJar.:. drastically Fall and Winter

eat of the Involuntary Children with an unusual tindrom State University of New York.
ous system was reported Involving an extra Buffalo. Merchandise to make room for new Spring and Summer styles

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_.- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA / < THURSDAY, JANUARY'S! 1965


Suwannee County Students At Aurora College I ResolutionInasmuch

J WASHINGTON ___
u It has pleased Almighty
r God In His infinite wisdom -
REPORTBy
to remove. from the cares
and troubles of this earthly life*
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND our beloved brother, James K.
United States Senator Hogan on January 4. 4965, and
Whereat, Brother Hogan was a
The first session of the 89th following subjects: education, loyal and worthy Mason a member -
Congress began In a very active health (Including some kind of of Climax Lodge No 194. Free
way on Monday, January 4, with hospital care for the aged), immigration and Accepted Masons and servinghis
the annual message of the President ; and foreign aid It Is Lodge and Community well u
delivered at a Joint Session not possible to predict at this t M1 a Lodge Member and citizen and I
that same night. There are no time the final form of the Con- I f 1 Whereas, Brother Hogan was a
changes in the members of the gressional bills In the fields of devoted husband and father who f
Florida Delegation 2 Senators education and health so that I loved and provided well for his
and 12 Members of the House will not try to predict my final family andWhereas
1 The committee assignments have position In those fields. In the he has kit his earthly
been completed in both Houses matter of Immigration I will cer- tabernacle and gone to a place
with no changes the Senate assignments tainly not support any weakening that Is ruled by'the Supreme Ar-
and two Important of the present Immigration Act chitect of the Universe where all
changes in the House. In the Senate which I helped pass by a huge trouble ceases and the weary
Senator Smathers retains as majority of both Houses of Con- shall find rest.Therefore .
Ms mapor committees Finance, ares over a veto by President be It resolved by the
and Foreign Relations, and he Truman. As to foreign aid I am officers and members of Climax
was also named again as Secre- glad to note that the President Lodge No. 194, Free and Accepted
tary of the Democratic Confer- has reduced his request somewhat I Masons, that we extend to the
ence. My major committees will from that of last year and I now family of the deceased brotherour
continue to be Appropriations, predict that the final amount of heartfelt sympathy In their
Agriculture and Forestry and the foreign aid bill this year will bereavement and the loss whichwe
Space. In the House the two ; be less than $3 billion for the first all sustained
major changes are that Congressman time since we began the Marshall Be It further resolved that a
Matthews has been transferred Plan. copy of these resolutions be
from Agriculture and Forestryto There Is only one other portionof spread upon our minutes, a copy
the Important Appropriations the President's program whichI presented to his family and a
Committee, as an addition to am so definitely against that I copy furnished the Suwannee
Congressman Slices who is on of feel I should mention It at this .4 --- Democrat for publication.

the senior members of that committee time the proposed repeal of Nine students from the Live Oak area are presently enrolledIn Back raw, Gerald Hacln. freshman son ef Mrs W. A. I R. B. Got
and Congressman Pepper that portion of the TaftHartleyAct Aurora College Aurora, Illinois They are left"U right front tlafln 8r.( Zann White freshman, Dewing Park and Harden W. C Hamm
has been transferred from Bank- which recognizes the C.D.OoffOommlttee
so- row, Auburn Delano Ilsgln. 5th year theology student and son of Hafln junior also son ef Mrs W A. )Hacta, 8r. Ginger Faye
and the
ing Currency to Important called "rlght-to-work" In 20 I
Rules Committee The over- states of which one is Florida Mrs. W. A.llaln. Sr.| Loy Jean lUck., freshman daughter of Mr. Driver a Junior student was absent when this picture was taken
all strength of the Florida Delegation So long as Florida retains that and Mri. A. D. Hicks" McAlpIn; James MeCnllers. sophomore, son Aurora College is a fully accredited senior college of liberal arts
In the House is materially provision In its Constitution I of 'Mrs. Jackie Guest; Martha Bass, senior daughter ef Mr. and founded by the Advent Christian Church In ISM. DO YOU HAVE AN

Increased .by these two new assignments. shall here., of course vote to uphold it Mrs J. A. Bass; James White sophomore Dewing Part Alcohol Problem?

The President's message In my The plans for the inauguration We now have in Live Oakan
opinion was more In the natureof of President Johnson next Wednesday I Beachville J Gainesville Saturday morning Thursday and report a very' good AA Group ready to
a comprehensive chart of January 20, are commanding __ __ We are having some very cold meeting.Mr. .
changes that he recommends overa greatest Interest here. weather now and It hurts after and Mrs. C. C. Hem blll help jrou.WRITE
period of years rather than a Our office has been swamped with Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City Rev Marvin Odom filled his the warm weather we have been and son Wayne of Gainesville
specific program for this session. communications from a large filled his appointment here Bun- appointment with the Deep Creek having. were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Willie P. O. Box 591,
I am sure I will be able to support number of Florida people who day. Had two good services in Advent Christian Church near Mrs. O C. Cannon. Mrs. O. D. Beach! Saturday night and LIVE OAK
much of his program though- wish to attend the Inaugurationand spite of the extreme could weather Lake City Sunday Beach. Mrs. Willie Odom. and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Beach also
there will apparently be several various parts of the inaugural Mrs. Day came with him. Mrs: Luther Adkins, Mrs. Jack I Mrs. Sanford Beach attended the had Martin Beach and son. Soott, OR CONTACT YOUR
Items which I cannot support. We celebration. We have given all Mr. and Mrs Otto Townsendand Kennedy and Mrs Sanford I Quarterly Rally of the W. H. A and Billy Beach, all of Gaines I Physician or Minister
have received four special messages possible help but even then we little. daughter Marinelle of Beach were business\ visitors in I P. M. Society at Dowllng Park vi e. Saturday
from the President on the have not been able to get nearly, Lake City, were guests of her par 11
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Tldwell I

Friday.Mrs Harley Starling and Mrs, r

IRRIGATION Jennings Starling and son of .. ": ', ,..", ..., \\I .
Brooker were visitors here Wed 'J
COMPLETE SYSTEMS nesday and were accompaniedhome
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DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Cancer Unit Holds

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. Emergency MeetingThe
American Cancer Service .
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Unit of Suwannee County met
:..... '. REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE 4, Wednesday, January' St. ,in UM I :._;
: I horn of Mrs. Monan Miller, in Florida "
RACE AND RACE AND (
chairman. The meeting was held
'w SURE RANE FITTINGS I to fill an order for special emergency t'l
packages requested by the
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE county health nurse. I i it's the
IRRIGATION NEEDS The next regular work day
planned by the unit will be held __ J:
: ESTIMATES GIVEN Feb. 11.Sharks. '
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ones come forward to take their
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JANUARY 21, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PACE SEVENPastor's


; Social Security I Vanity Basketball Squad At Macdenny


[ Corner Answers Bulldogs Lost Fourth Came Of


Season To Maeclenny Wildcats 6655The

Editor's Note: These Question
By REV. JIM WALKUP and answers are compiled by William Suwannee Bulldogs lost their fourth basketballgame

1C. lean, District Manager 13 G; 3S 1 41 of the season to Maeclenny there Friday night 66-55.
Pastor First
Presbyterian CbwckNot
for the Social Security Administration ,f 11 Live Oak was plagued by fouls aa they committeed 23 to

at Valdotta. Banes Invitee !give Macclenny 16 points at the free throw line. Both
readers to mall their Question to Richard Townsend and Lee Harvard fouled out in the
long MO I heard a prisoner had kt time serve them for fifty him at P. O. Box 1122, Valdosta,I _
hake this thought provoking: re- eight minute while they gained Oa. Pleas do not mall your Inquiries >, second bait ro pr TP
The Wildcats took lead
Il to a fellow prlBoner: "You an advantage over their opponent, to this paper.) an early
a. Tewnead &I II 135D
and threatened
to learn not Just to Mm but the last two minute became were new as they
ave now QUESTION: If a farmer keeps
Craft I' It 111
led ll-lft at the end of the first
(me, but to let time tern you. boring, tedious mechanical ,
how
,
losing can
money every year quarter and 3VJ3 at halftime R. Cert Ia II I' $1L
LS m face a new year, or a new even fearful because they had be- he ever get enough social securitycredit .
Both the Bulldogs and the Wildcats I 1IUYar IS It t/
leek or a new day this U good come slave to time. flame people to drswfANSWER -- -
scored 11 points in the third C. BLPham I' I t5T
4rloe for u* all For there artimy live their entire live In th same Akv It shewa the members ef the Sewaan BelMeg varsity .
to .
: A special way report period with Maeclenny still leading lIakber 7 I U
people who are not behind way Texas played' those last two farm income, called the optional basketball Ie.... Front raw. left t. right. ant Tammy Hatcher. .U. The fourth quarter was A. a.tabaD I 7 nDo
,*rs who are prisoners of time.rney minute. method of reporting farm Lee Harvard Dav. Melvta. and H.mer Stamper. wide open ball game with the Melvin I S II
are merely serving time TIme was never Intended to be self-employment Income for social Back) *.. left t. right are Dean Croft Richard Twnsend.Alkn Bulldog scoring 21 points and .II. Stamps. I 4 a
This remark reminded m* of an end In Itself but merely a
flUS' reasoning. when lIe mad meant to an end. When I was In security was put In the law for GvUhall. Ray Cerata, Corky BUpham. and Bill Montgomery.Democrat Baker High 20 giving the Wildcats I I .
this very reason. To get social security 66-85
statement that "the Sabbath college I bought a car. I thought ( Staff fh.to) a victory
credit, the farmer must
,.M mad for man. not man forM that ear was an end la Itself. I Townsend war the leading scorer BulMogi To Play
bat his net earnings on
optional
Sabbath". In other word, were washed It. polished It, pampered for the Bulldog with II. fol. St. Augustine Branford
this. Soon X
his gross Income from farming. people say ahpuld.
'MI Clover Club Hot lowed by Ray Corbin with 10 and
not to become slave to a It. and almost worshiped It. I had
No matter bow much he lose*. if but X believe be can turn these The Bewails HI BaUdog
stye Sabbath but the Sab- become a slave to a car. I found Lee Harvard with t. Both Dean
gal the farmer ha gross sale of $4110 wage. In on hit own self-employ Meeting On Thursday Croft and Dave Melvin had ,. have two gasses sebodalod h rothl
Intended to be bleasif the rather
sib war a myself serving car
mint Which 1s correct end
or more, he can use this farm option report week at the CoUotmin.
for v* when properly used. than letting the car serve me. Members of the 4-K Clover Left Guard Save Porterfleld
credJLQt1E8TION will St.
to get social security ANSWER: You must report the They play AugustineFriday
jkewisa, we wen not Intended to Now that I consider myself a lit- : I am old enoughto I wage for day's work if your Club met last Thursday with 10 was top man for Baker High with eight and Branford Sat.rday .
ecome slave of time, but time tie more mature a car la no lone get my social security But, if !sharecropper would be importable I member present 26 points 10 of these being free eight at II" .',a.ek.
Intended to be a bleating for er an end in Itself It U merely ft throws Right Ouard Joe Dopeon .
u the people I work for knew thli. under either the 20 days or $150 Th devotional was led by Mae This win be the tot oooMsntr
servant for tar. when proper. meant to a greater end. I dOD; added another IS for the WIld. .
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t a .
they would let m* go. What I earn cash wage rule. The sharecropper Todd the American Flag pledge arils sea*** with 'I. toaaa
cat. .
1 used. car much any more whether my It not enough to keep m* from cannot correctly Include day's oy Clarence Crow, and the 4-H & foe Ole Bolldog In basketball
X watched the last part of thee car la polished or even washed at getting most of my checks for the work Income for social security on Club Flag pledge by Bonny Jones, In last weeks edition of the play
Bowl football came on long as It runs well and provide Democrat the total scoredby
points
Irani a e
without by
year. Can I get paid my his own farm self-employment return Demonstrations were given
tew Tear'i Day. Texas.. aheadf transportation. Today I am no employer knowing this He mutt Include these amounts Jenny Ross and Becky Edwards individual players did not in. (tOffee R*..tt>* at MeCHsooa.'s)
Alabama by a slim margin\ with longer a slave to my car. but my ANSWER: Tea indeed. Unless in his total taxable Income, on how to make bonn-bonna elude the Lake City game played
nly two minute left to pan And car I* a Slav to m*. No longer do you give your permission for us to however.' Sue Bass was welcomed at a I Dee 13. Townsend score 27 polntt
;ke an teams In a similar sltua- X serve my car. my car serve m*. In touch with employer new member In that contest and hat been highpoint
get your
ion they didnt play any more. So Ood Intended Urn to be for him So dont QUESTION: How long does a man. instead of Croft at 9S
we may not contact It war announced that county
farmer have to turn In his
the clock out They us, not an end Itself but a meant reporton
bey lust ran delay making your claim. events will be held sometime In was reported
hired help?
merely serving time. They to an end. the end ef honoring
, QUESTION: Sometimes my April. Following U a list of the total '
ANSWER This ct
U due
sharecropper .tll do a few days ) report by Mrs. Paul Crews and Mrs. Ev- point scored In the tight games
the last of
day The
January.
work for me X have never paid on ana serve aa club leader and played In regular season play this
farmer must report every worker '
Ginger Ross ls the reporter. year.
who was paid 4150 or more cash
AllisChalmersSALES and Malting His holy
name. wage as well as all cash wages
"So teach us to number our paid to .ftl'Jon..ho worked 20
days, that we may apply our days or more for him by the hour,
and SERVICE heart unto wisdom" _idlie day, week, or month. Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing
Psalmist. In other words"Help us QUESTION: If I bad kit than

I IN THE LIVE OAK AREA to realise that we dont have four people to work on my farm _
much Urn on this old earth so last will I love to make a
I year I
Special feature make this heavy duty
that we wont become too attached report of their wagest

II ,\ We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor to U. making worldly goods our ANSWER: You certainly will 29 gauge Galvanized metal roofing a .ui .
I chief end. But, help u* to set our Your deadline for reporting even

., (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver) minds upon Ood and pie what, one hired hand I* January 31 .r I i perior quality at a low, low price ,
Uttl (Urn we have to exalt Him' Every hired hand'who worked 20 l
I -ALL WORK GUARANTEED- The Christian ought not to be days or more and was paid by the r ,
a clock watcher or a calendar hour, day or week must be report ;
W.B.HOWLANDGROCERY
watcher, The Christian ought not ed regardless .f earnings And. ,. ,
I to pay too much attention to time. very person who was paid cash aka \ :
, Leo Dunham Ue
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: He ought to be too busy playing wage of $1M or more must be .

( Road Across From Rowland Feed 1 Mill) : the Christian lame of life to reported t.alurehti /
;count years fat a Christian time Mayo Road Phone 362-1235
ISa merely a vehicle used to attain R ur
Phone 3623222 Ice Crram Cake
greater goal, the goal of glorifying R 11r.yo.w OPEN 5.30 A.M. TIL 10.00 P.M.
Ood and enjoying Him for For a popular Ice cream isle, Ai $. th.1 G..s
ever. put two chocolate cab layers together fah 4, Tae Teede Cow SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

Landen Tractor Co. : Surety c.hllllrtIorIer tisd a great with peppermint let cream I
I thought when be remarked to a Serve with hot fudge sauce I

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PACE EICHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965


County Will Sell build a chamber's program of No.6 at an equal education? We can- The answer to this would have to student an equal education range of classes Is assured of a
work. The beat way however U to via. Dr. Thomas Scott. Btrout not answer this yes unless we be no, there Is no possible chance Last but far from the least In far better chance of receiving a
Surplus EquipmentSuwannee find out what you, the member Fred Dickman. Jerry Scott, Boat- have schools of equal size, equal for the student to get an equal Importance" caa *.we expect students better education
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County Is offering IUT want. We want you to tell us what right Moore DeVane, Day Rat- curriculum equal teachers, equal education. Can the student In the from Afferent' types of No. we cannot any that our
plus) equipment for sale on sealed you want and expect from your llff, Danny McCrlmon, B. W. Hel tine and equal materials. Can school with no music art. physical schools with different educational children get an equal education,,
bids returnable at the board of chamber. Tension m and Matthew Cross. the school with a narrow curriculum education or special educa- opportunities to compete on an unless we narrow the qualifications -
county commissioners' meeting on "This Is why we have asslgne A Halloween candy sale project i due to the lack of students tion teacher trained in these equal basis at the end of their down to fit each: particular:
February 2. The equipment to be I each of the membership to a com- added funds to the club's plans or teachers offer the child the fields be expected to receive the education? This again Is Impossible 'case. We can only work toward,
old Include dump trucks a welder mittee. We are asking that each for community Improvement as same educational program? Can same type of training as the student as the student, saying an the ultimate goal and hope that,
and an equipment trailer according -: of you participate with us nt four, did a TV project under chairmanship the school with limited materialsor who has access: to these programs ) else is equal, who Is exposed to the each chfld: gets u much educaUont I
to Matthew Cross, count i committee meeting which we of Boatrlght. time for Instruction give the ? Again we would have to better teacher. In the better as 1s available to them until we[
engineer. shall have from time to time We During December, local Jayeeea student the same opportunities? I say, no. we are not giving our equipped school with the wider reach our maximum height i
The equipment, listed in detailIn want your assistance Ideas and held their annual Christmas party
this Issue of the Democrat 1 I. participation." with around 750 children turnIng -
on display at the county equipment Serving on the executive com- out to meet and talk with
yard located on the Bran mittee with Crews are Lamar Santa Claus.
lord Road. Hancock: first vice president: A Junior miss pageant held recently The Tiger of the year was Just named Car of the Year by Motor Trend.
Cross cautioned that some of John Adicka second vice presi- under'direction of Charles
,.,the equipment is Incomplete and dent; and Robert Engstrom. McCrlmon saw Miss Casey Mc-
advises that it be seen prior to treasurer and corporate secretary ,Farland selected: to represent the
submitting a bid. Wayne Pittman is the chatn Live Oak Jaycees In the state con
ber's general manager. test to be held In Pensacola next

No.1 Committees named by Crews week.
The pageant will get underway
completely renovating the Court- are as follows:
house Agriculture N. J. Blspham. Thursday January 28. at the
J. Scenic Hills Country Club It will
chairman. Lamar Hancock
To take care of this building In
Marvin Phillips Sid Allen Joe A conclude Saturday night at the
.the the
same manner u county kww"J
jail the agriculture building the Boatrlght. Dr. R. L Brlnkman. Pensacola High School Auditorium -
A. D Chambers. Wayne Wash- where Florida's Junior Miss
library and the Coliseum are beIng -
burn. Frank Haddon. Ed How will be crowned.
cared for will result In this .
fine structure needing attention land. C. L. Johns. Jeff McKeith-
and repairs within a few years. en, J. R. Mills. Wesley Mizell: C No.7
If the county commissioner E. Ryals, W M Jernlgan and education or the differences In
would be as diligent in the maintenance George Harmony. schools To enter this we must
""of buildings as they appear Retail Tom Cheek chairman first ask what we want our
) to be in the maintenance 01 Sam Koff. Norman Prots- schools to do for the children.
roads in their districts this problem man Donald Williams Haze Can we for instance say that we
will be solved Kent Seward Fleet. John Blue, are preparing our students for
e Ed Kent. C. L. Boggus, George college on the same level as some
No.2 Turpln Loy Perry and William preparatory schools who have
Laughlnghouse. spent their entire time for many 9
Live Oak unit said his club would Special Events George Day years on this one aspect of educa-
have an anniversary program chairman R M. Prier, Harry Du- tion? Can we say that we are
next Wednesday January 27.' The Pre Carl Hawkins David Waltes, turning out the same type of vocational -
meeting Is to .be dedicated to Leon Harrell. B. W. Helvenston student as the cities who
those who guided the local club HI, C. W. Vice Danny McCrlmon, have for years have had vocational -
thru Its 40 years of community Randy Mal Jesse Mitchell La- high schools whose sole aim is

service. i vaughn Sessions Charlie Wll- In this area? We must readily admit -
Mayor J. Marvin Phillips has lams, Tom Abercromble and C. that In these areas we are not If that Isn't enoug h of a hint,try Quick Wide.Track. (This Is their year)Or Turbo Hydra.Made,tht new transmission Pontiac
proclaimed the week beginning O. Palmer. giving our children an equal edu- you can order that does away with roaring between shifts.\ Coupled with any of the quicker engines for tl'lt'155 .
today as Kiwanis Week In Live Institution Harry DuPre cation. Pontlsc saves the roaring for whenever you need It.When you don't need It,the extra potent*ngln.s let you Just Quick\ WMsi TfI1IJC
Oak. chairman, George Day N. J BIs- We can say that we are tryingto loaf along This loafing gives you the kind of economy you wouldn't expect from a looker like the 88 Pontiac.See Tijtrt
pham. Georga Dale, Claude Hack- give the best In these areas your Pontiac dealer. He'II show you all 32 Pontlacs that art the"Car of the Year.* They're the buy of the year,too.

No.3 'ney, P. C. Crapps Jr, L. H 0111, that our county can afford on the Ml INS MW -... (. eras cause,MAMO Mix CATAUNA,1.a UMANS,TO AND IMPIST At VOM AVorris PS' BSS l1A.....
partment and charged with auto : William H. Gray J. M. H arn, public educational level. On the
theft. T J. Kennon Leon McDonald, publlo education level In which
An employee of North Florida Louie C. Wadsworth W. L. Ted- we function do the students In all BROWN MOTORS

Telephone Company reported a I. der, and H M. Ward. schools get the same opportunity 500 W.. HOWARD 4T.. LIVE OAK.. FLORIDA
use Chevrolet stolen near thv Industrial Development Henry -
company's building January 9. Edmisten, chairman. S. T. McDowell
The car was found abandoned J. Marvin Phillips Alfred I
that night at 7:30: on State Road T. Alrth I.. A. Blackmon. Jack
Ufl with the two front tires, battery Phillips J. R. Cason, Woodrow I
and starter missing. Dees, C. R. Watson David Austin,
The tires and battery were M. I". Akers. Julian Edwards, Ed

found confessed on to Hikes'the theft.auto and he has E.II. Montgomery Butler, Leon Wooley and S Young Men and Young Women! .s' '

Recreation: R M. Frier.
chairman, S T, McDowell. Sam
No. 4 Koff. Ed Collier B. W. Deese, Dr I you're 16 through 21
here's
'Bam Kirk Brown son of Leon J. F. Dietrich Leon GUI, Otto your chance to
County Tax Assessor John P. Wettsteln Earl Mlxon Dr. Hugo
Brown of Tallahassee, and Ralph lotolongo, Brody Harris, M N
Edwin Powell whose parents are 'sacrtos: and Jack Barrett
from Oadsden County. His fathr Beautification Sam Koff,
,, ,, Lt. Col. R E. Powell is a career chairman, R M. Frier Harry Du-
J service officer. Pre Mrs. Annie Mills, Bernice BE
Herbert C. Hawkins III. son of Baker Frank Futoh, E. K. Ham.. SOMEBODY!
Mr. and Mia Herbert. HawklnaJr E M
titon Dr O A. Lee Mrs Xldora
., of Tallahassee, and Victor 0,, Oxendine, Mrs Thelma Flssell. i
Raphael! Jr. son of Colonel and and Donald Boatrlght.
f Mrs Victor 0. Raphael career
T
Membership S. McDowell
.service officer from Grand Ridge. chairman. Norman O. Protaman, e>
!L were named first alternates. A. P. Nott Rodney Tyson John
I Second alternate appointmentswent Wilson, and Pete Vann
to Larry Tyre son of Mr. Existing Industry A. P. Nott,

and Mrs. Lewis Tyre of Blounts- chairman, Henry Edmisten, N. J .. *
town and William
A. Folmar son Blspham, Hubert Allbrltton V. B M Y
of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Pol-
Brown, J. II Langston Clyde
,: mar originally from Malone and Dempsey L. C. Lawhon. Oscar
Ii whose father la a career service Green O. C. Jones J. L. McMul- Join Job
oirioer.
len, Jim Brady, A. N. Bevins, Corps .'
Third alternate
appointees were Henry Croft. O'Donald Hatch,
t .Chester Hayne Pelt Jr., son of and Robert HolmesGovernment .
Mr. and Mrs Chester H. Pelt ofMarlanna J. Marvin Phillips
and Robert Russell

uel Revels W, son Revels of Mr.of Chattahoochee.and Mrs. Sam: N. ,J.chairman Blspham Henry Reece Edmisten Brown,, If you're 16 through 21 years old, out of Learn how to speak and write well

Harold Wolfe E. T. Home M. J.

;r"\ went Fourth to David alternate Odom.appointments son of Mr. L.Kirby J. Day.C. A.and Taylor Bill Bonds B. J. White, school, and can't find a job- Learn how to get and hold a good job.

and Mrs Albert Odom of Monti-

,, .. cello: son and of Robert Mr. and Eugene Mrs. Thomas Alanco Public Relations, chairman-John Norman Adlcks OProtsman can't get into the Armed Forces- Best of all. ..

Tom Cheek Karl O. Wade J. D.
I
i-. Thomas of Mayo Duke Henry.McCalllster J. L. Hicks, C. Joe W. Maloy Pryor,, and sometimes think you have no future YOU'LL GET PAID WHILE DOING IT!

No. 5 Aubrey Fowler Harvey Perry
"We want our chamber to be an Houston Roberts, Nolan Wilkes, JOB CORPS may be the answer. You'll get daily spending money. .
active, aggressive organization H, T, Hall, and William C Hatans. -

made professional up of the leading people businessand here in Education. John Adlcks, Just fill out the coupon below, send it in. and when you leave you'll be paid $50 for

Suvtnnee County people who are chairman, A. P. Nott. Tom Cheek, and
determined that Suwannee County C. H. Ratllff p, C. Crappa HI, you'll soon find out. every month you were in Job Corps!
shall Improve progress and Mortis O. Poole, William C. Ra-

-I prosper."There. are several ways to I Dan gmns.Chandler H. P, Preston and Sara James Rawls.'j Long. If you're accepted, you'll live in Ifs all true.ifs a big opportunity.


'j 4 St.,. S.nk': .t'.LI' 111 Job Corps center with others Send the in
REPORT nr CONDITION or 'C'OMMIRCIAL lANK 0' LIVt OAK" your age. coupon today and start
OAK. IN TME $TAT. or fLOalOA AT TH& Q..OS& or aUllNIU ON
DICPlUa .,, ,.*. You'll
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1 Bran ford Boy Scout Renewed'' ..





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LA. ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965 VOL 80, NO. 36


e Charter Presented Buccaneers WinTriplcheader I I Cub Pack Start At Branfonl I


Boy Scouts Have Been ProminentIn Over


Branford For 'Many Years Chief land Team


Dan Stan! r. Suwannee River District Commls.sloner.presented Th Branford Dues blltsed the
N Branford Boy Scout Troop 90 and Leon D. Chtefland Indians In three games
i Hatch president of the Branford Area Men's\ Club a troop played before a home town crowd
charter at a cub scout meeting last Thursday night last Tuesday night The varsity I I
Boy Scouts have been active in Branford for many rolled to a 71-49 win the girls
years with the first troop twin 48-31, and the Junior varsity team
District Bay &...(CcmnUscloncr Dan SUIner! handed m renewal organized on April 30. 1(37 un- capped their first win of the 1
.( Branf***'* Bay Best T..... N a.4 I eab pack charter ,. Leon der the leadership of T, D. Thom. Bowdoin Speaker year 4330. r's
D. Hatch. e iBinltle* chairman and president .f Ole sponsoring as, scoutmaster: and HoweU net. The varsity team fell behind I
I ..........u.... the Branfccd Area Men's a... Sc.Btmatr Jamb cher. assistant scoutmaster Mr Branford School early In their game M a result ofa
Sloeam .......th.trap's charter. Le.. Hatch k now serving la U>. :.R. K. Hatch served as committee hot shooting Chlefland team,
chairman a position now being that hit nine of their 11 ahou
rule kto. father fined for ,.an. front the floor and eight out of
filled by his son Leon D. Hatch P.TA Meeting
Branford has always been for. eight free throws. The Dues stayed .
gunk In b.Y1nIood scout leaders Th Branford Parent-Teachers close by controlling the boards,
Funeral Services Jayvee Cagers and In the earlier rears when Association met Thursday right The first quarter ended with the
district swimming meets were January 14. In the school cafe Indians leading It'll.
Held MondayFor Win First Game held each year Branford always terla with L. C. Davis president The Sues caught fir In the
walked off with the top award presiding. second quarter and behind the -- -
Branford junior vanity basketball and banners. Room count was won by the hot shooting of Johnny nile)
Jamerson team won IU first game After a few rears of no active fifth and 11th grades. and BUI Terry rolled to a S8-36 Boy Bent Cab Path >* received .IU charter recently and bas

behind the shooting of two new- scouting scouting was started up During the business meeting halftime lead. The third quartersaw sf.n Its,work. Tile pack .la belag .,...*.*... by tile Bruised
Funeral Services for Andrew comers to the team Danny Johnston again under the leadership of the the group voted to send those who the Bucs sharing the scoring .. ..
load and padding their average Area Mew's Club. Cab U dawn above, left U rtibl, amBlewart
Jamerson 17, wen held Monday and Ronnie Lee.Th JayVees present scoutmaster. Jamie Bio- could attend to the legislative
conference In They continue to dominate the flnel, Gerald Fletcher Ray ..,...,. Rtuttl. Bam
afternoon at 4:00: pjn. In the took a slim one point lead In the tuna. on September 1. 1MI. Since Tallahassee on
Uldway Church of Christ near first halt but came back strong In Its organisation the troop has January 19-11. boards and played outstanding Lee Hatch and T.mmy Braecwelt In the back *a the left U

Belt Lee Roberta of Trenton officiated. the second half to win by a score keen very active In camping, hlk Clarence Terry school prtnclpsl. defense.Jerry Scarborough highlighted Mike Hint den sblf. and Jamb. Bloeaa. seMtmssier, la behind
Burial was to the adjoining of 4130. Ing. community services, and other Introduced Leroy Dowdoln.
cemetery.Mr. tfjohmton: hacl12? points and scouting aspects. There has supervisor of Instruction In Buwannr the defense again by holding the the ,........n and .. the right.
Jamerton. a resident of did a good job on defense. His been an average of 24 scouts a' County who gave an In- Indian's high scoring Dennis Ze.
Branford for many rears pasted. present helps the overall movement year registered.In II' terettlng talk on the details of lesnlk to seven polnU. At the end
his job He also talked of the third period the hues led Raymond Smith I...
away Saturday morning fallowing of the team June of 1M4. Troop BO constructed on tile Instructional
57-37. USE
a lengthy II1IIUL8urYtoron Alien McCaU and Gregg Bcho- a raft (called the Don program In Buwsnne Serving In
The fourth Coach
Include the widow field alto turned In fin perform Crusher) and entered for the County, quarter saw Germany RM.
Jamerson giving valuable expert- 3D
Mrs. Nellie Jamerson. a daughter ances. first Urn, the second annual Su. Th next regular meeting will FUCO
enc to his substitutes. The scoring ANY (A1ITNC) Army Pvt.
be held February 11,
Mrs. Welll Bailey, and a son.Lavera so wanne River Raft Race. There
leaders were Johnny Ftsaell Raymond B.: Smith son of Jim-
Jamerson. an of Branford: 13 rafts In this race, which
were with\ S3 points Bill Terry U. Andy ml 11. Smith of Branford was
Always wash the top of a can Brand
two sisters Mrs. Gertrude Oant, consisted of traveling 10 mile Game Cancelled
before openlnS IL Cheney 15. and Kim Miller 9.Lhcellent assigned to the 3d Infantry Division
Bell and Mrs Jessie Jones. Mel down the river. Troop W famehome
Coach W L. Jamerson announced floor games were turnedIn In Germany Jan. I.
bourne Beach and two brothers troph )
: with the highest
this week that by mutual by both Miller and Cheney. Smith entered the Army In August InsecticideFOR I
L. J. Jamerson of Bell and John- John on, Marion Parker lIeDI'JW.tton. that was given away "The Scout .
: aTt'tlMnthe remaining Plssell also pulled down 22 rebounds 1084 and was last stationedat
nie Jamerson of OalneirUe. and Joe Cannon. Spirit Trophy".
baikctbaU gamea with fake But for the victorious Branford Port Jackson. 8. C.
Weaver Funeral Home had Honorary pallbearers were The troop ha received the National -
ler would not be played The team. The win moved the The 11-year-old soldier was i
chart of arrangements.Active members of Legion Poet St and camping award every year BEST RESULTS
I dates .
are January 21 and FVb.Mary record to tight wins and fourlosses. graduated from Branford filth I
pallbearers were William ) Wield War I veterans of Barracks sine 1N2. 11. I I _
School /In 1(64.
a".. Don Owens. Claude 111. In 1M4. Troop M had the honor :
of awarding the Kale Scout
award to John Hill th first In 1-
ten or more.
over years
Check Our Ability To Serve In October of 1MJ. Cub Scouts
were started In Branford for the \
If first time. Jamie Blocum became We've saved a front-row seat for you at

Pack BO* first cub master The
You BETTER..And Our
pack has been wry active. They
have ben on (trip, hike, awtm
BETTER Prices Before 'You mini duYlng TIM tumme. mad PLYMOUTHLAND 6'lT
Buy community projects and service helped) In many

The troop and pack are both
IRRIGATION PUMPS, PIPES, SYSTEMS aopnsored by the Branford AreaMen's

MECHANICAL TRANSPLANTERS Club. S. The biggest new-car show of the year

GUARANTEED USED. TRACTORS
BURCH PLANTERS Iapttt Sunday School

GENUINE FORD PARTS C_ lace. Hold. Meeting

NEW FORD TRACTORS Th Christian Grusaderg Sun-
day School Clue of th first

SPECIAL- Six (Razor Blade) Plow Share Baptist Church met Monday
night, January II. at the horn
For Price 01 Fire 01 Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Hstch Mill a :
Sandra Hatch was hot for her .

c.lass.Th. ,, ', ",' .
-Best Service In Town- devotion was given by Mill
Susanne! Murray. I
A short business meeting was _
held. Yearbooks and th coming
SUWANNEE VALLEY Valentine banquet were discuss-

ed.The attending wen Roy JDonett. .
11II TRACTOR CO. Vkkl: Sandlln. Lynda

Lynch. Mm Allen 1'r1cI. Mir '05 FURY-the biggest plushest Plymouth ever
Phone 362-1721 Lire Oak Murray and Mtos Hatch.

.......... At the aloe of th* meeting re-
I I fnwrunenU were *..,...".



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NOW AT YOUR


FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE

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The Time Is Here


'a11 DBLVEDJmB

19th ANNIVERSARY




. 5% Cash Discount Sale M. rV




Jan. 20' Thru Feb. '13




Pay For _AM': Your Spring_ Needs Now ''OS.VALlAH'' m NAIIIUCUDAMA a


Take Delivery At Your Convenience

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Farmers Mutural ExchangeN. THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT FLYMOUTHLAND



OLio Are. Lira Oak, Florida

Patronage Refaaii' On Fertilizer In 1964 11.5'" Town and Country Motors Inc.U.S.

Patrool2age Reffi itt'Ott Feed In 1964 . . 11.5 Io .

patronage Reft ed9I ten In 1964 75% 129 aorta live Oik Florida





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TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,1965



Here and ThereCaptain SunFLAvor Citrus Head North Bean SunFLAvor Label

(919m:1e/r.ed to =
Citrus Florida's Seal
and Mrs. Horry Ha,Ir Bearing
HI and children, Lisa and Hank

of Lakeland spent several days Of Quality On Way To Market
WOMENCLARA last week with Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hair Jr. of Hundreds turned
Fort Pierce; out here today to
Tallahassee\ spent Saturday In
Live Oak. witness first-hand an event which may have impact on

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Mrs. O. J. McCullers and millions of others In due time.

daughter, Barbara, and Mr. and M I Ib The occasion was a ceremony recognizing the first
Mrs. Eugene E. Turman and >i shipment of Florida citrus under the state's new SunFi.i.
Wendell Roberta Spaghetti Supper daughters, Sue, Ann, and Gay: vor Seal of Quality program. ---- --

Club Speaker MondayThe Friday NightThe spent the week end In Savannah, Witnesses included government following the ceremony The
Ga., visiting S/Sgt. and Mr. leaders: citrus other agricultural loads, one pineapple
Live Oak Junior Worn.an's oranges
and
McAlpln Community Club Donald M. McCullers and cM. transportation and food Industry the other
grapefruit
met at the Center Monday night Club will sponsor a spaghetti dren, Donnie, McLyn, Vickie, and leaders; and many local be sold at the New are due tc
, for their meeting with Fred Haas, supper Friday, January Keff. citizens and tourists the ana. York fniV
auction Monday, Jan. 1$.
22, from five until eight o'clock
president, presiding. While the was con-
Kamel Josephs of Kingston, ceremony
Committees were appointed for In the high school cafeteria. Commissioner Conner praUctm
agricultural
Jamaica West Indies, spent the ducted in Fort Pierce the
There will b. adult plates and there will be a steadily
A. D. Chambers increasing
o the coming year. week end with Mr and Mrs. Alex Industry from Pensacola
was appointed program chairman children plates.CoodwiU McKelthen. to the Keys had a stake in the flow of SunFLAvor citrus to mar.
. T. I. Dasher Jr. ket now that the program hat
; Mrs refreshment event.
chairman with Mrs. LL L- And while SunP'LAvor Is an infant been launched. He also felt that
o ft. P. Ooff and Mrs. J. W. Oaskin Club Redbud Circle To In the marketing of farm I II growers and shippers of other

on, the committee. Elects Officers ; tQx I products today Florida Commis- Florida-grown commodities will
A cupper was planned for February Last Tuesday when the Oood Meet Tuesday NightThe coiner of Agriculture Doyle Con- be encouraged to follow suit soon

will Club met in the home of Mrs. Redbud Circle of the Live ner predicts the seal of quality The SunFLAvor program con
Wendell Roberts of the Farmers Robert Skeen officers were elect. Oak Oarden Club Inc, will meet { 9 t anx will earn respect among consumers cetved three years ago and In the
Home Administration spoke to 1. the world. development stages since is .
ed. Mrs. Woodrow Hunter was Tuesday night January 26 at t j throughout designed
the club on the part the admin I main to provide a unified
elected president Mrs. Robert eight o'clock in the home of Mr Conner was the speaker quali
Istratlon' plays In financing the I Skeen, vice president; ; Mrs. Phil J. V. Smith with Mrs. Elmer on today's program. Others Included ty marketing effort for all farm

farms and showed a film, "Turn Brim, recording secretary; Mrs. Browning as cohostess.The Fort Pierce Mayor Dr. products from this state.
ing Point", which emphasized the and J. J. Consumers would
Rachael Hegler corresponding program will be "Plantln William Dannaohwer find the Sun.
points, of Mr. Roberta'. talk secretary; and Mrs. Martha Kellogg Bulbs". Parrish Jr. president of Nevins FLAvor Seal to be a dependable
treasurer.Mrs. Mrs. Everett Williamson, chairman .. Fruit Company of Fort Pierce and shopping guide for top quality

Jesse Brown and Mrs urges all members to be Florida Agriculture Commiiiloner Doyle Conner ((left), gets Titus vllle.Parrlsh. fruits vegetables and poultry
Parham Circle
Ann
present. spoke both as an agricultural products In retail stores
Kellogg received prizes for the help from Florida Citrus Queen Nanr. Collins of Winter Park andJ. every
industry leader and as where.
Meet TuesdayThe games played. J. Parrlib, Tltmvllle. In loading the last box of citrus onto a
which While three
Several chapters were read Riclte PooleMr. operator of the plant was other commodities:
Ann Parham Circle of the Penny rUlroad piggyback I trailer that was destined carry the first
from the Bible and discussed by the site of the ceremony. The watermelons, sweet com and
First Baptist Church met Tuesday the and Mrs. Morris Poole an- shipment of SnnFLAfor citrus to northern markets. Nevins firm is among seven shippers new potatoes were introduced
in the Educational Buildingof group. nounce the birth of a daughter,
Following refreshments servedto licensed so far to market Into the program last spring on a
the church. Mrs. Kirk Oaskin, January 9 at the Suwannee citrus under the Florida seal of pilot basis today's
the six members present. Mrs. Pinegrove 4-H Club I McAlpin 4-H Club Has maiden citrus
chairman, presided over the County Hospital. quality shipments are the beginning of
Ziegler dismissed with ,
a
meeting. On January 28 the prayer club will The baby weighed seven pounds Has Meeting FridayThe Meet Monday Night Two piggyback trailer loads of I II continuous flow of BunTLAvor
Mrs. John Castleberry the and eleven and one-half
gave meet at one thirty In the home of ounces Pine Grove Community Members of the McAlpln Com citrus left the plant Immediately supply to market.
devotional and led in prayer. and has been named Penny Rlette
Mrs. Woodrow Hunter with Mrs. 4-H Club met January 15 with munity 4-H Club met Monday
The "Identifying TheIssues" Poole.
program Jesse Brown as hostess. nine members present. New bast- night January U. at 7:30: p.m.
was given by Mrs. M. H. The paternal grandmother. :11
ness Included discussion on a at the McAlpln Community Cen-
Hlngson, Mrs. Ottls Brown, Mrs. Mrs. Ella Mae Head. FREE
money-raising project.A ter with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas,
Hot Pans
Castleberry, Mrs. Tom Landen, Best
report on the junior leader the club's leaders, and 17 memo
and Miss Bertie Mae Robinson.Mrs. SPECIAL 6I
Borne cooks have best success .e
Church Of Christ ship meeting was given by Jim bers present.
Castleberry closed the
with Yorkshire when
pudding
. my Hillhouse. Edward Poucher The club discussed selling all. .
meeting with a prayer. both drippings and pan Into Youths OrganizeThe gave a demonstration on forestry occasion cards. Games were play CORSAGEfrom '
Refreshments were served by I which the batter Is poured) are ,
. initial meeting of the and Mona Raines demonstratinghow ed and refreshments served.
Mrs. Oasklns.j .
hot.
very Christian. Youth Fellowship_ of to make brownies. Oary Ooff Is reporter for the ;
j the Live Oak Church of Chris Jimmy Hlllhouie showed a car. organization.
was held Sunday evening, Janu- toon on a projector for recrea Faye's Florist:

j j A Thought For Today Hunter ary IT, on at Demorest the home Street.of Shera tion. Two Earn DegreesAt With All ',

j I.; By BRODY C. HARRIS The group of teenagers held a Marine Corporal Smith Madison CollegeLynn Ladies Portrait
discussion on "questions that I H. Rogers and Wayne M This Month ,
j "TO OTHERS LET PLACE BAUBLES FALL teenagers often ask", After the Participates In Exercise Stephens of Live Oak were am
CONTENT SHALL US FAR ABOVE THE ALL, : M
Charles Churchill. discussion period refreshments OKINAWA (FHTNC) Jan. 12- ong 20 students who completed stainerPHOTOGRAPHY'

Many of us from time to time allow ourselves a were served to the 19 present.It Marine Lance Corporal Dennis requirements for the Associate In dan( ,
short night into a fanciful world where, at our was announced that the Smith son of Mr. and Mra. Boos. Arts degree at the conclusion of
fingertips, are to be found money, power, and a group would meet each Sunday er S. Smith of Route 4, Live Oak. term one at North Florida Junior !
thousand and one luxuries and creature comforts. evening following worship service participated in Operation Reflex College In Madison. '

{' Daydreaming of this nature la a fairly common and,, Tor this type of discussion and One, a joint Marine Corps-Air I Annual commencement exercises %11 W. Howard >
St.
y' we suppose a rather normal practice which Is Innocent Force in Far I
fellowship training exercise the at the junior college are scheduled LIVE OAK. FLA. 2-lS4e
In enough unless one dwells too often and too Bill Pierce is minister of the East early this month. for May 23.
long a never-never land of wishful thinking. .
Church of Christ. -
Actually a contented person seldom indulges
.
the dubious luxury of dream beyond reMonabl
y teach. Thus the contented person who mat ea the
most of the day and Its offering in any practicalsense Card Of ThanksWe

far above those who allow contentment to wish to take this opportutV.
elude them.
ty of expressing our heartfelt
thanks to all those who were 'so
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JANUARY 21, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN


Designed To Allure Good Education f Pine LevelMr. I New Small Loan Program Ready For FarmersA

..
Meeting State Regulations Plays.Big and Mrs. Eddie McCall and ed home .with his parents. new. program of small loins purchase- land. tie debt carrying ability
Mrs. Ruth Taylor of Klsslmmee Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes coupled .with farm management The loans also may be used to Additional Information on loan
Part In Determining School spent Wednesday with Mr. and and Mrs. Oordon Keeling were assistance la now open to farm I buy shares In small cooperativesthat programs under the Economic
Program Mrs L. Portner.. business visitors in Tallahassee families with limited Incomes In serve rural people. Opportunity Act..la available at
(B, John Johnson Principal Sawannee IIIh School Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Tuesday. Su annee and Lafayette Counties Loans are repayable over periods the Farmers Home Administration
We would like to take this opportunity to explain .was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lepper spent Sunday .with Wendell A. Roberts, county of up to IS years. They carr office in the county Agricultural :
how our school sets up its program and why we offer the Harry Lepper Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Toole and Jim- supervisor for the Farmers Home I an Interest rate of 4-1/1 per cent Building on Pine Street In
and Mrs. Drew Holmes Administration said here this To qualify for loans to finance I Live Oak.O'Brien.
various programs which we now offer. There are many .were supper guests of Mr. and my.Mr.. and Mrs. Gordon Keeling week agricultural enterprises an applicant I .
sources outside of Suwannee County that have a great Influence Mrs. Ernest Holmes Friday night and daughter, Martha Rae, of Roberts said farmers In Suwan- must be a farmer and have I 'HI Club
on our school and we would like to exolain how Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ander Live Oak were supper guests of nee and Lafayette County can earnings that are too low to caver
these outside agencies help us to and family spent Sunday In Bristol Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Tuesday participate In the program to develop basle family living needs. In Met\ January Itt
plan our program. I ILet' Under our state education visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norman night. higher returns from their addition, he must be unable fo The O'Brien 4-H Club held Its
take these one at a Urn department we have set up In Anders Sr. Robert Anders return. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Howell visited farming operations. obtain credit through other sources I regular monthly meeting January
tuning with the Federal Government Florida an educational system Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Loans up to $3.500 are availableto Including regular loan programs II at 1:30 pm. with Boys President -
.which sponsor tome of, geared to give our children an awhile Sunday morning.Mr. farm families with limited Incomes of the Farmers Home Ad Mike Mclnnls presiding
our program.' Under the Smith education second to none In the SubscriptionsSincannee and Mrs. Jorgen Bronco of who cannot qualify for ministration. Five members an adult leader,
Hughes Act .we have the voca< country. The problem .we face in I Lyle Oak visited Mr and Mrs. financial assistance under regular Farmers Home Administration and Misses Harrison and Meadows -
Uonal agriculture program and Suwannee County U to meet the Democrat Drew Holmes Sunday afternoon. loan programs of Farmers Home county supervisors will assist borrowers from the county office were
.
the home economies department.The maximum program which they Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler Administration or private lend In planning farm operations present.
government through a UU suggest and not be satisfied .with Listed below are new subscriptions spent last .week In Ft. Myers. ers. and management of loan February 13 was set as the date
supervisor has regulations .which the minimum program. We are and subscriptions renewedto Miss Sandra Hughey spent Fri Opportunity loans are aimed at funds. for the club's bake ssle.
govern these programs to some evaluated by the state on three the Suwannee Democrat from day night with Nelda Moseley.Mr helping farm and rural faillllea In addition to loans for farmIng Miss Meadows presented! an Interesting -
extent. Tbe government also different levels. Level one must January 8 to January IS. and Mrs. B. P. Hayes spent earn more Income through their Partners Home Admlnlstra program on how to go
sponsors a program to buy ma be met to a large degree to give the NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMrs. Sunday In Cross City visiting Mr own enterprises. Roberta said. tlon may now make loans fo about preparing for and giving a
terial for science math, social children a minimum program. At L. M. Carlson. Bumter and Mrs. Arnold Hayes. Loans to farmers operating nonagricultural enterprises ths demonstration. She then gave a
studies and English under the level two. we are given more leeway S. C. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of. small limited Income farms maybe .will produce added Income. dairy food demonstration.
National Defense Education Act. as these requirements cost James R. Lewis. Ft. Lauderdale Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. L. used to purchase livestock, The agency<< also administer Following the business session
In order to comply .with this act more money and take longer to O. Drew Fletcher. BranfordRev. P. Fortner Sunday afternoon. machinery and equipment, construct other rural economic opportunity games .were played.
we must turn in a complete pro put Into practice. To reach the C. A. Webb L. O. I or repair farm building programs. Including loans and Elaine VIcCall u reporter for
ject in the several courses and top level "three" .we must plan Hon. Tom Adams. TallahasseeThe Alexander. Great built the. pay annual operating expenses technical assistance for small cooperatives the club.
have them approved In order to well ahead both financially and a C. Martin Children; City of Bucephala to honor his for seed feed and fertiliser, refinance serving rural famine .e
be eligible for this program. In academically. When .we reach this Branford favorite horse. I real estate debts, and who have limited Income and lit. (Office Dapple,, at MClat..1
the lunch room program .we have level 100 per cent .we will have a A. L. Roddenberry. Bristol Oa I
the milk refund and lunch program school system as fine u money or SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED .
and also receive the com time and .work can offer our chil Ira Ooff. Ocala
modules .which .we feed the chll. dren. Working toward these levels Mrs. Pauline Saunders. Tallahassee FURTHER REDUCTIONS THIS WEEK
dren. In order to comply her wt gives us goals we must try to
must meet the regulations set reach and have a great Influenceon Leon Blackmon. L. O.
forth by the government to receive our school program. Arils M Palmer. at. L. O. ,
this help. Besides the above mentioned W E. Turman. Rt, L. O.
AU of the regulations set up an program .we have state regulations Mrs. H. T. Howell. O'Brien re
for the good of the children and which state certain requirements Phyla A. Andrews N. T. N. Y 1
although they art a control they that each student must J. O. Blanchard McAlpln
assure the people that they get meet to be given a high school Manuel Ptraandes<< Rt. L. O. r
an adequate program in these diploma. They were set up by our Louie E. Baseman.! Rt, L. O.
several areas. This Is one safeguard state educators as the very minimum Samuel J. WhIte L. O.
.we have to see that w. a student must have to face V B. Brown. L. O.
meet standards for our children our society. Under our regulation Mrs. C. C. Mclnnls, OBrlen
with those of schools all over the then ls little lee way In this program J. I.. Carter MeAlpin
United States If .we can get the and this In Itself sets up Live Oak Florist L. O.
matching_ funds for this program I our very basic program. Any system Burr A. L. Blxler. Oadsden. Ala.
set up to the maximum extent .we i must have a base from .which. J. H. Langston. L. O. )rt OUR FAMOUS BRAND LADIES' SHOES
can improve our program to a operate and grow' and this wasWorlds' Ellis: Wllllsms. L. O.
great extent by the purchase of .way to set this base so Arnett HUlhouss, MeAlpin
aids, supplies and teaching ma. that each student in Florida gets
tertals. W. tame basic start. Besides these governments Values From $7.99 to $15.99
These state regulations changeas regulations .we have another
.we make pI'OInIIln our state strong factor .which Influence
BAKING FOR system. Each of the counties in our total program. These are the
Birthdays, Parties And the state must meet these changes colleges and universities In our.
Weddings as they are Introduced. to the state and those out of state that Now 4.90.9.90
ROT DOJOJTS ALL DAT' program. In this way out school our children attend. Being a high
system Is on a continuing UP- er Institution they have the privilege
.
LIVE OAK. BAKERY grading and In tttls way we get of setting their program a.
, De wwaoee A.... m..... continued pr (1'NIln our over-all they wish or as the needs arise
..III'OIf&III.I In their area of education. The AILo1ALLCOLOns AND MATERIALS INCLUDED

public school system must then MIL SIZES WEIJ REPRESENTED.'
gear their program to train the
I --I students to enter these higher
TIME FOR YOUR programa. This causes our school
to add more and more courses to 41ANY
.. -. SPRING REPAIR rive the student the necessary LADIES LOAFERS
EQUIPMENT
background for them to be a success -
Ilva Mae' classy SPiCVMIN? eyed
in college.
Our testing program Mlth REG: |6.09! & 17.09., NOW 4.88
COMPLETE REPAIR FOR ALL MAKE grade testing programwhich. Is SHOE DEPT
used as an entrance examinationby Red, Navy, Brown and Black
TRACTORS AND FARMING EQUIPMENT.We .
Florida universities .Is constructed
on a basle of courses that
Pick Up And DeliverALLBRITTON are needed for college sueeess.
Our schools must supply these
courses If these students are to be
gives a fair chance to pate the
BROS. Mt for college entrance. All of
Ma Influence causes the school Luxurious new look
to continue to change their program
TRACTOR CO. to fit this reed' of the stu-

OXlU. Luxurious new worn
21S W. 5TII ST. 382-2M1 If .we here In Suwannee County
can take these aids In program
planning and add to them our Luxurious ride
own requirements to M our students new (Jbtarerlhediffemmi! )
and put them on a blab
level of atudrnt achievement we n
win have reached our goal. We
Wffff3ABIG must raise our financial output Inmost
'i 1 ,
.
of Chess arras If we are to
i reach the hither levels of attainanent. It H f'fk': ''IAr'
AH of this will tab long
rant planning for the school offlclals -
HEATING I and the people of 0uwtnm -
County. If however .we are to
t
reach any hlsher level than we
LITTLE COST! I now occupy .we asm* start the
program in the near future as
You cant got "something for nothing schools do not slam sttO. We
"" shall either raise our school to the
but you got a lot of hooting
proposed' heights er see them drop
for litllo colt with the Dearborn further behind.
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On Home CourtBranford ] Branford PersonalsMr. I State Gas Tax For December Shows'Increase I


Buccaneers Win Two Gasoline tales In Florida during November 1964 when collection* 600.917 gallons; and Plnellas 10,-
; and A. O. Dorsett
Mrs. returned points of Interest. November 1984 totaled 167.- totaled I11.93U31.42. 220.973 gallons
home last week after The Re,. and Mrs. Allen Price
232,338 gallons and resulted in The two cents returned to the Sales by gallons In counties adjoining
Beat 60-33 Greenville 63-47 spending several days In Deland, attended an evangelistic conference .
the state $11,653.695.94 Suwannee
Jennings ; collecting counties gave Suwannee County were: Columbia
Miami, and other
Melbourne held at the First Baptist
In gas taxes. 124,713.54. The 20 per cent of the 986.498; Taylor 839.332; Hamilton
Branford captured two weekend cage tilts by substantial Church In Orlando last week. Taxes collected In December remaining tax brought the county 307,686; Ollchrist 88.205;

margins over the Jennings Panthers 60-33 and Branford Girls Mr. and Mrs. A. Jack Phillips 1984 for the previous month's $2.372.54 and allocated to the I(t and Lafayette 132.593. Gllchrist

Greenville Pirates 63-47. The Branford girls also won and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCall. : sale was nearly $400,000 more State Road Board $9,490.14 for j/|County was lowest In the state In
conference
32-25 over Keystone Heights for their seventh win in 10 attended the legislative : than that collected In December this county's secondary road pro- gallons sold.Spacecraft.
outings. Win Two; Record held in Tallahassee Wednes 1963 when taxes paid Into the gram. .

the Bucs day.Mr. state on gasoline sales were $11,- Gallons sold In Suwannee built to orbit the
In the Jennings came and Mrs. A. R. Hatch and
ter kept his team in the game In 253.030.13. County for December 1964 totaled moon must be designed to withstand -
took a 10-7 lead In the first quarter Now Stands 7.3 family were business visitors in
half hitting consist December 1964 was down
and then completely controlled the first by i 516,518. Its hostile environment.

the game the rest of the way. ently for 13 points and pulling The Branford girls cage team Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Sunday.Colin Williams of I slightly from taxes collected In Dado County used the most gallons Temperatures reach minus 280

I The Bucs led at the half 30-18 down many rebounds. gained revenge last Tuesday nightin Lake City visited Mrs. Lois P. 28.343.119 gallons, followedby degrees on the dark side while
The home team was led by Bill Jerry Scarborough held Guard a game with the Chlefland Indians. Williams and other relatives Sun real treat. HUlsborough with 15.089.841 the lighted side bakes at 260 degrees. -

Terry who contributed 18 points. Bill Andrews scoreless during the The Indians defeated the day afternoon. Mrs.Oregory's recipe comes gallons. Other counties over the .
followed by Johnny Fissell who first half. Andrews had scored II Buc lassies by 20( points In the from Mrs. O. I. Adams of Gads- ten million mark and the gallon- e e
points in the previous clash and den County who uses It season sold in
each
added 11 Dolnts. The bench was every age were Duval.
the night season opener last week. The visitors Mrs. Phillips Entertains (School gsptUes st McCrlBMB's)
cleared during the fourth quarter scored 20( points just had chance Coach and recommends It highly. 13.622,942 gallons; Broward. 11-
as
aa the Bucs continued to roll for seven before.points Andrews for the finally night managed Shirley never Jackson's a girls took a Wednesday Bridge Club

their Saturday ninth win.night's clash with Bill Terry had a fantastic night quick lead and continued to move. Mrs. A. Jack Phillips entertained

for the Bucs as scoring leader ahead. members of the Wednesday
affair
Greenville grudge
was a
with 28 points and 12 rebounds. Charlotte Fletcher led the scoring Afternoon Bridge Club with a
had the Bucs
The Pirates upset
Guard Kim Miller led the third attack with 19! points followedby dessert bridge at her home in
earlier In the season by a 83-47 quarter attack with six points. He Betty Lee's 14. Karen Roberts Branford last week. Seasonal 'Wry

margin.The The team Buca were saddened after re left a sick bed to perform Saturday added,eight points to the cause.A flower arrangements were placedat
was
venge. and had one of his finest' fine defensive effort was turn vantage points In the home.
with the of the passing of
Coach Jamerson's news father on the hours In the Orange and Blue ed In by Carol Phillips. Those playing bridge with Mrs. 0 FOR SALE For Salt-Red E UU
togs. Miller scored 10 points and The 48-31 win was the sixth In Phillips were Mrs. Fred Jones
of the
day game. I nine starts for the Branford girls, Mrs. W, R. Hill Mrs. Tom Minter
did steady job of battling
a
Branford jumped off to an early LITTLE ADS FOR SALE New and used FOR SALE: Several
tracts
I height on rebounds and playedan who won this game in the same Sr., Mrs. S. L. Townsend Mrs. W. near
first quarter lead over the pianos Prier Music Co. North
bY' town also river front lots and
manner they have the last five B. Thomas, Mrs. Raymond Hum-
much taller Pirates. The Buca outstanding game defensively. BIG RESULTSBUTSEILEXCIIANGE Ohio Ave. Live Oak 363-3188. acreage with or without home.
Intense aggressiveness and great phries and Mrs Lois Slsson.
He received help from Marvin
controlled the first half and lead eajjtf Winston J. Rogers Realtor
desire. Mrs. Townsend won high score
Humphries. 9-10 guard, who had
31-23 at that despite
point playing
to fill in for Fissell. The Branford girls, paced by and Mrs. Thomas won the fun FOR SALE 1964 Corvalr Mon- Farm Bureau Building phone
and half with
Center a quarter Johnny Fissell a on the Humphreys g'ving! anywhere Betty Lee's 10 points in the first prize which passes to each person Whatever the purpose you win za (sports coupe), Solid white, 3621526. eaJJ 38
half rolled to a 32-25 victory over who trumps with two until playing red
bench the result of foul trouble. from two to six Inches per man find Democrat classifieds 4o Interior 4-speed transmission I FOR BALK By owner. Three
did an excellent job. a strong Keystone Heights team stops.Cecil radio heater. 7200 miles
Darvin Boothe, 6-4 Pirate cen the Job quickly and well bedroom frame house. 1319
Leading by only seven points, Friday night. The girls took a New car warranty. Small equity Demetree St.
the Bucs were shaky entering the commanding in the first half Koon Awarded and assume payments. Cat Phone 382-3311.

REPAIR SERVICE last quarter. Andy Cheney, the and then controlled it for their 363-1869. pcjj 34-36 paJJ36
floor leader took control and seventh win. Navy Unit Ribbon DEADLINE FOR INSERTION

Branford spurted to a 15 point This was a big win for the CSS CONSTELLATOIN (CVA I:'. P.M. Tuesdays FOR SALE AU sizes of tar- FARMS HOUSES

lead In the last three minutes of Branford lassies who meet arch: 64) FHTNC) Jan. 4 Airman paulllns, guaranteed not to leak. ACREAGE, LOTS
rival Mayo in a rematch next Fri- '. Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ tf
the game. Apprentice Luther J. Koon USN
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS
PAUL A. BTKDKegbteic4
During this time Fissell pulled day night In Mayo. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Koon of II FOR SALE: Repossessed and
tON Beat Estate Brttr
down five Important reboundsand Route 1, O'Brien, has been 334 cents per word, with a used Zlg Zag machines. Singer

scored four points before Two Branford Girl awarded the Navy Unit Commendation mlnlmam sf '1..00. Co.. Lake City, Fla. Call 752 OFFICE: 4M 8. Ohio Ave.

fouling out. Terry continued to Ribbon and Armed Forces' 4081. cabj tf Phone 162.1388
defense Boothe who only managed Make Dean's List Expeditionary Medal while serving (An classifieds mat be paid. to LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

\RI six points In the final half MOUNT BEERY, GA. Two aboard the attack alrcraf advance.)) FOR SALE Tobacco plants, Bay and lieD With Cenfidestts

EXPERT 'A1RREASONABLE to end up with 19 points. students from Branford. Clarice carrier USS Constellation a unit Hicks N. C. 9$. Government inspected. eabj U

RATES The Pirates cut the lead to 11 and June Bass, have been namedto of the Seventh Fleet In the Far ONE WEEK FREE Can 363-1059. Raymond .
PICK UP & DELIVERY points when Cheney shot out of the dean's list at Berry College East. Jackson. pdjJ 36-40
nowhere to steal the ball and for the 1984 fall quarter in recognition Classifieds ordered for five FOR SALESO :
All
Work Guaranteed FOR SALE 20 tons Pensaeola ACRE: FARM fenced l-bd-
drive the length of the court for of their outstanding rec Good For weeks, nn the last week free.14.10'will .
Recipe Bahia hay in bale. 120 per ton. room home. 3H miles from Live
JIMMY'S an easy lay In the basket. Cheney for II word
ords.The pay a Oak
J. W, Wallace phone 363-3470
added 13 points to the cause and two coeds are the daughters Deer Sausage GivenMrs. S
advertisement for five weeks.
Hydraulic Jacks put on a dribbling show In the of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ballot Marjorie Gregory, Gads- pbjj 36-17 40 ACRES WOODLAND

Route 1, Box 228 last 40 seconds capped by a beautiful Branford, and are among the den County home demonstration Use Bswsanee Democrat Classifieds FOR SALE A built-in gas

BRANFORD, FLORIDA jump shot. The buzzer 64 Berry College students out of agent, recommends that you try for Proven Results. range and a cabinet style 30" I ACRE: HOMESITE highway

sounded with the Bucs winning an enrollment of 991 to receive venison sausage to use the tougher electric range. Can 363-3339. frontage

the. academic honor. parts of the deer such as stew, I H. W, Weaver cbjj 36-37 MODERN 2-bedroom home, brick
Students whose grades equal FOR RENTA
or
flank, or lower round. veneer nice location terms.
exceed half A's and half B's are FOR SALE: TREES '- Peach
To make venison sausage grind
COMPLETE named to the dean's list at Berry the venison with about half fat nice house for sale and a nice (May Gold and Suwannee). MODERN 3-bedroom home

Plumbing and Electrical Supplies College pork. The pork Is needed says 2-bedroom place In town for pear. plum fig. pecan dogwood terms.
Mrs. Gregory because venison rent. Call 363-3939 or 963-2143 redbud. pine. Chinese elm
For Information call
Plywood-Cabinet ;Hardware 83." for one of their finest vieiorlcs has very little fat. Then season all U magnolia and Japanese purple PAUL A. BIRD
magnolia. FILM Feed Store
Tung Oil Paints of was the what year.Thie some might venison scMoning.to tall with The venison regular sausage maybe FOR RENT Spaces for mobile I phone 363-3153. pdjj 34-40 404 South Ohio" Are
Live Oak Florida
homes. Plenty of room.. Nice
term the best team effort displayed
stuffed or left in bulk. If it is eegitf
and clean. Good well water
before a home crowd In stuffed It Is often smoked and

Langford Builders Supply some time. The next games for can be kept In a cool, dry place Lake for fishing Trailer and Part swimming.Morgan's US 90. Repossessed FOR SALE: By owner Two lots

the; varsity will be on the road at for several weeks JUST TAKE UP PAYMENTS: In Sherwood Forest." 140' a 13$',
West Live Oak Florida. Phone
Helvenston St. S.E. Mayo Friday night and Live Oak Mrs. Gregory says that the 363-2016. $3 Per Week Priced to Phone 163-1044:
Phone 362-S873 pcfdj 19-19
I Saturday night both biff games delicate wild flavor Is enhanced or write P. O. Box liT Live

for the Bucs. I by the smoking and makes It a CURAOE: APARTMENT POR FOR ALL 4 RMS. FURNITURE: Oak. pdJJ 13-31

RENT-Close In. Electric stove Se APPLIANCES:
I and refrigerator 2 bedrooms XTe have a houseful of furnishings FOR SALE 3'4! acres. 3 acres

gar heat. Call 363-3104 or 363 that must be sold immediately.' pasture ty acre good truck

WHY GO 1305 or come to 311 Shelby Ave. You need NO MONET DOWN. land. Modem frame house 600

and look. all tf Just make payments due in Jan. laying pullets and 1000 capacity;

1965. Consists of a beautiful LTYi < building. West of Jasper Just

i' FOR RENT 3-bedroom downstairs ING SUITE:, high pile fries cor. Off US 41. W, H. Deas. Rt. I.

apartment and 1bedroom ering. reversible cushions 3 Uv.ng Jasper. Phone TW-3MO.

: upstairs apartment. Call room tables 2 living room pbrb 15-34
363-3308. caJJ U
: BROKE TOGO lamps. floor carpeting. T PC. BEDROOM FOR SALE Six room house on
FOR RENT 3-bedroom furnIshed SUITE: double dresser! four
lots H block highway: on
master else chest draws full
of ,
; house at Suwannee two lid... Contact W M. Bun
Springs. Apply at 207 Helmvston sise bookcase bed with sliding
\. :; Dowllng Park. Phone 361.1763.
''" panels. FAMILY SIZE: DINETTE
Bt or phone 342-2835.. pdJJ S5-U
.!\". all U with formica top. 4) pc. BUNK
.\ : BED SET that win convert Into
FOR RENT Newly decorated win beds deluxe family alai REFRIGERATOR.
apartment. Close In. Can 3633T14. : Fun slat range. MISCELLANEOUSTUTORING

BIG Mrs.. P. D. McMullen. Originally sold 17(5.NOW .
cajjtf For blah school
ONLY math and college math thru
FOR RENT- An unfurnished 4. first year Calculus see James

t room apartment with 2 baths, $265 P. Reagan III Panhlry St.tbjj .

'..' front and rear private entrances Any part may be purchased sep 35-36
and a 3-rpom furnished arately. Ask for MdUnneysuralture.

", apartment with private bath .
and entrance. 703 8. Ohio Ave. $3 Per Week FARMERS
Call 343-1378 after T pjn. MONEY for your farm operations .
at reasonable cost. Terms
cabf U NATIONALFURNITURE to fit your n *4*. Louts vp to

FOR RENT Two 7,..,...Can North Florida Production
\bedroom WAREHOUSE
Credit Ana 8. OhioAn
furnished apartment upstairs. 3633 Beach Blvd. rL 9-2541 J Use Oak. TtL 342-35U.
eChere's 808 Helvenston Bt. Phone 3631313. Open dally .-.. Bat .... Sun 121JACXOfY11.IZ. C ....-.,

pall 36 ; ""-.

FOR RENT- A 3-room furnished Delivery) Anywheree VISIT ANNDD kTZAUTT SHOP.MachfM. .

house and a 3-room furnished 36-37 ssstfitiwbes. and eoJ4

apartment West tth St. wave permanents given. Operators
Live Oak Can 963-3653 after Annie H. ICds. Helena -

I p.m. raJJ 34 I- HELP WANTED Humpf. and Mary Drew
Boatrtgnt Ifankortst Ruby

FOR RENT 3-room furnished WAITRESSES WANTED Must Bsnfortf at Annie's eadi Thursday -

apartment private entrance: 1 be om 3L Apply ra person- between : PHda,. aM Setwtfay.
mile Branford Road. Can
on
the hours of 9-13 .... at teal U
343-3313 after 3
PJB.pbjj Holiday Inn Restaurant. Lake
the big beautiful 36-37 City. eaJ U
way to ANY TYPE

For .Antosnotlwv.. CURB! HELP WANTED NOW =
Aces U to 44. Apply m personA MEMORIALWORK

move up in quality but not in FOR BALE: I.1M2 Chevrolet t4 sir W DIM In. eaJJ U

Ton Plrft.UD! Truck. $<..5.00T. Men In good health, minimurr.1
J, Fletcher O'Brtm. DONE
Jr. education 8th grade, age 21 ton I .
: price! 'E5 Phone m-Jlls calf U M. Contact the Personnel Department -1
s Dodge Palaraaw at Stmland Training Granite. Marble Bronze
..... 312-3333
LOST & FOUND Oratrr. P. 0. Box I154X Oetaes

vine Florida, chll3t-M LIVE OAKMONUMENT

No need to dig deep. Now you can own a big Dodge Poara! without FOUND S white face ...... WANTED- First class brick: layers CO.
putting a Broke tote pasture. Owner assy
$2806 at U. a Pest Offke an live tf-.p s.'e

bend In your budget- and you get a lot more car for your money. See claim by paying for damages Oak. George E. .,.... Can-
your and this ad. Can be seen at In- toe. at
tractor Apply yoa'W>

;ii Dodge Boys today-the place for the big cars with the little price tags! Highway.temetloa 139 and 136 cbJJ, Jasper 33-34 are an steal opportunity' en

ptoyer.WANTED. .u u WANTED

LOST Near the home ef Rex -Waitresses, AMT ..
Crosby en the Braafortf Road a DUte: OrOL ea1J tf WAIST TO vrt ctvt Wet
.. .R snail black and white puppy .Verdi, rifles, sad ,....... from
: with white brart-shapeil spot WANTED AT Onci-Os91 seat CMtOeet U poor cenfiOon.

ill *: TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS IN en brad. ChOdna beartbroimi Apply to person Partsrt.Ortif 'f/sMn* M Worth Ftarttfa" Owe
ever loss Reward for rebrrn efpoppy. In. Jasper 1 gh.aj.'US tttHorth. sad Supply ..... 11* H. OhioAn

U. S. 129 NORTH LIVE OAK. FLORIDA _' Can 363-3196. eaM 36 -..u.JfJ1.. Live' Oak. XJJ, 34-tt
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