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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 7, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 7, 1965 VOL. 80, NO. :34




Two State Year Officials Terms For Take Some Offices TuesdayIn Weather Records Smashed In 1964 I




Impressive Inaugural CeremoniesHaydon I 1965 Masonic Rainfall For Year Sets New Total;

Burns dropped his mantle as Mayor of Jacksonville OfficersBarrett

at noon Tuesday to become Florida's 35th Gov June December New Warm Record
,
rnor for a bob-tailed two ,ar term in impressive Inaugural .
ceremonies at Tallahassee. Earl Faircloth took over (By K. K, Hamilton)
weather Activities net several records 'in Suwannee
as Attorney General and all other members of Florida'
cabinet started terms of two yean County during the year 1964. Heading the list was the

as did Burns and Falrcloth. The record shattering' rainfall caused by Hurricane Dora.

short term was decreed by con Fickle Dora dumped 18.5 Inches of rain on Live Oak and

. OTHINKING sUtutional amendment In 1963 to 17.33 inches on New Harmony in southwestern sec
LoUD. move election of state officials to I Ion of the county. Neighboring
ouT a year when there .to no national- Lafayette County fared even
election. School Advisory Grout worn with 945 Inches at the
With Louie C. WdfworthNew Proponents of the change said Will Meet Thurtttay gauge S miles northwest of Mayo.
It would focus attention on state The resultant Hooding from
Member .( the 1IIa."r
year. races while those opposed viewer hU deluge cauned multi-million
All Indication point to continued the swap as a method used by th ewe 1sr coal School Board AdilanyCommittee dollar loam 'In Buwannee Count
load times In INS for this Democratic majority to cut downon are to meet tunlililThnrsday The damage centered In Live Oakwhen'business
nation to enjoying one of 1U the number of voters In presidential x -- ( ) at Till p.m. In the and residential

greatest period of prosperity. Yet elections who crossed party Bawanne Illih Hrhool Cafetort. buildings were Inundated by the
In tt sU there are word and notesof : lines to support Republicans. a Clarence II. Ratllff.chairman rampant water.Another .
paid. here Uita. week
caution for good times can In any event. Governor Burnt record that was
Ralllft said he
lead to runaway time and a and all cabinet members will fact expected n-
smashed was the 34 hour rainfall
porte en meeting held at Well
boom such a* Florida had In the the electors again In 1M -
.born and Clayland daring the total On neptember 12. Live Oak
l :20s. United States Senator BpeaaanlU Ledge N*. 4J F.AOf. held It* InitaUatloa .1 officer* Monday night lea J. At left fast past two week at which patron received IIBS Inches while New
toa4JUIIt
I think U necessary for facto us M Holland began another six Muter Manael reraaitde to sbewa preoentlng tb. gavel 11. Wonhlpfn Master George T. Wright who of the school were aided Harmony had 10,ZS Inches
our thinking to year term in the nation's capitolMonday
.
not what they will pilot the lodge tbrowsh 1MJ. At rltbl, front row left U right arei R.f.. MeMullen, Chaplain| Kite t* tell the eommUtee their' Total rainfall during September
today and Don
Congressman
they an ........ *Jnlona an what .....ld he also set new mark at Live
..
wen aom years. ago or what l'IIqua entered fads second two BobenM. Junior Steward J Lamre B. Jr" Senior Steward Th. Uabley, Tiler) attend Oak wrier 1919 Inches: fell and
they Herbert Rees. Treaaemt, Robert Warner. Senior Deacon Jamea McCiillera, Gordon done
aomt so-caDed expert gals year term. All other members of row Marahal j New Harmony where It SO Inches
The chairman .
will be same year hence.It the 11-man House delegation Keeling Junior Warden! Law ... lUfecnon, Jonlor Deacon| R. R. Gay, Secretary he row Manaelremanoe said the meet were measured, with this huge
tug wa open t* the puhlle sadthe
is rather difficult to argue from Florida began new twoyearterms. *. Put Maateri Oorge T. Wright. Wenklafal Maatort Reginald Seott. I rut ailing Marshall committee wwold welcomeadvloe total added to the above-normal

with facti and only the prejudice and J. I. EnglIsh leaning Officer BUI Pocu s. Stnter Warden, to not sheen (Democrat Staff and want MI hew t* rainfall received during th* remainder
stubborn and stupid refine Supreme 'Court Judge B. K. rbefe olv* school problem el the of th* year another record .
to admit that two and two Inanybody1 Roberts E. Harris Drew, and l .- county, was set. for annual rainfall.
ballgame to four whether Richard W mnn: started now The Nw Harmony station recorded
measured with the yardstick of terms Tuesday as members of '* Reorganizations Tuesday II78 Inches with Live Oak
the -good old" (horrible to n*) the state's highest court. Brvln State Troo.f| Safety SeminarAt measuring 1464. Both figures

day of the Igloo the pessimistic was named to the court In early were far over the average for th*
view. of the die-hard OoMwater- IM4 and was elected to a six year Lee Scott IsShotToDerih j Humphries And Crews Named To year of 1110 inches The New
Ilea or the wlldeyed fantasy-land term. In November. Robert and City Hall Harmony total exceeded by more n
dream of thoM who follow the Drew are veteran members of the Chairman Two Boards than 30 Inches the ten year am-
thinking of Viet President Hubert I court. ) County Monday NightLaw ate prior to 11I414

Humphrey Judge John T. Wtgiinton o!' Suwannet County's two governmental boards held Driest month of the year In
The** who expect to succeed In the First Appellate District Court A former Buwan, HighSchool < their enforcement officer, firemen Live Oak was March with 914
selected
organizational meetings Tuesday
this etactronte era en which we of Appeal assumed another six football and iketball flew Inches: of rainfall New
and Insurance men In a all! Harmony'sdry
an embarked must be of keen year term. Tuesday. player, Lee Scott who 'l Ute a'I' chairmen and vice chairmen and began new four year county area surrounding Buwan month was November with

J mind willing to admit there Is Joining Burns and Fatrcloth Is trooper with the riorlda thway terms.At nee County are being invited to only 111 Inches This latter was
much about lift they would like a public swearing (n ceremony Patrol In November IX. wai the temporary Courthouse on East Howard Street attend a Oaa-Arson-Exptoslv. a far en from the record dry #..
to change but cant do a t inS Tuesday were Secretary of Stats shot to death Sunday by u! legro' .......c .. all that was Involved was a shift seminar that will be held at the month of December W .when ?M
about things about a Democracy Tom Adams. Comptroller Ray man he bad stopped for .t idlng 4 ; ) In seating arrangement. Curtis City Hell here Monday nigh, rainfall measured a stingy 0 01 liInches.
that can turn a man*! stomachand Srecn. Commissioner of Agriculture on Xntentat 10 west of .Haecienny. Humphries was named chairmanand January II. at 1:00 p.m. The The lontcst period without -

sta tw the flnort government I' Doyle Coner State Treasurer p Marvin Horns tie chslrroailaa gathering here la the fourth In a rainfall was observed during
In the world that his feBow m*D J. Edwin Larson and But John Henry Jenktnav, )|,toM! the Board of County Oammla awrtoa 04 ,U Mioh ...u.qa bln' the ai day of May 3-M.
heel both loci and nil to them Superintendent of Fugue Instruo- body was unclaimed proved I 11 be alonera began a new administration held by State. Treasurer J. Edwin : WhIt. rainfall record Win W ;tj
and that refusal to fag lIP to the lieu Tom D Balk?. an scaped prisoner and was with no new faces. Laure B. Larson. who also serves a. taInt set, temperatures also Man.
jmeti 01 Me is the Minot way to Adasn and Conner ar* beginning :driving a stolen HI' when stepped Roberson Retiring Chairman DIU slat fire marahaL It is in his role aged to set loin new marks In
keen Buwanne County fran ; second terms white Laraon I by Bcott. H. was capture by O. Bonds and Humphries won as state fire marshal that Larson th* record book. June and December .
growing and reaching Its poten Bailey and Green ar* long time patrolmen after a chase and on new 1011I'-'.... term In the Its arranged the series of safety conference were the warmest on read *
tial. cabinet member. the way U Jail kicked! another r elections. Robmxm was unopposed *. for thOM month June.wrmees .
Thinking II... of the cheapen Chairman Ed Mason of Floe trooper causing a revwvw b p and I* beginning Ms third term I W E. Ragtdal, director of the month of the year, hada ;
things wt can do and ret so many Ids's FubtM Ctlttttes Commission off. VIe bullet entering Jenkins'Mad ,, as a county eommlartoner. Bond ct Mlon of *ploalv-radioIcgJa/ mean temperature of sin degree I

of oar people are Just mentally began a four year tern on that and killing him aryl/ and UumphrM. Were re-elected safety In tareon's. off!*., soul cr*.I compared la an a,.,... of
lost and prefer to kt ethics do body Scot was the ton *f Mr to aooond term. I lade at themeeting here. TSS degree December reoortfed
their thinking for them. Tha&1 Here at Done But Attorney Mrs. Sherman t** Scat Br.. wh hone and Lamer tlanooek '" OOvera from Larson office 5 Man ....". ,....... of ".N agree >. \
to easy Ilstenn Wm. Randan Slaughter and Pub- Ute at Wellborn. Pie came **" I holdover member of Hi* .board seiwdukd to N Mrs Include Wll. : compared' to she averse of
to amt that body Is crooked He Defender L. Arthur Lawrence county with his parents to IM4 and have two year remaining on lard Thoma Knight, chief deputy/ H.' d..,..,. June's. mean temperature

9x05$ preeent company and the Jr, began new term of four yean, and played tackle on the Buwanne the term to vhlch they wer fin. marshal and Robert K. ticoedMl the ten year
tin Is ripe for THEY U dO each: In the Third Judicial Circuit High School teams *f INS first elected In '"2. Orealmer director, of the U CMtfivteion. versg. prior to INS by t,M derm .
something about the horrible which serves Madison. Hampers 'M. and 1"", u. graduated In the Agriculture BulMing whit December was 411egree
BUM we hat made of thing Dixl*. Taylor Columbia. I.&tu.ieUe ram the local school In I'M. there wen change In the Board Two films preplanning for Ifa over the ten year average.
It hat punted me many times and Buwanne Count. i The young patrolman was at of Fatbits Instruction a* two men and the ue of controlled .i> Coldest day .1 the year WM
to find that many people demand State Senator Houston Roberts, working at Bperry-rUnd In Oamwrni -- -- began terms they won In INS. pinging. win be shown during the January II when the temperature
he applied to be a JltIHPnalU A. Collins a former ached II degrees. Th hottest'
and Insist cm the right to'repress who wen ,.-.1otetIoG to the Florida when cams ruatac seminar,
their opinion freely and often on Bens last year will begin trooper. lie graduated rom the member of the board won ..... In announcing the meeting sure recorded was U on "".*
any and an matters and then to baa second term. In that body andRcpmentaUv Florida Highway Patrol c.bGoI1n Ion in INS to the seat vacated here Pin Marshal, 1.1110Iaald ays. June II, U. and 30. Dplt
bitterly eppose and attack thoie Leon A. McDonald November 1H3 and was assigned by Henry Vann Leamon Olll won that the meeting was. open to theINc the lowest reading being In JanuIN -

wile dare ewrdat the came right win be serving a third two-year U rroatproof. Scott was transN election (4 a seat on the boardin I C m4M*.4 ... r... l> .. a ConUnaod en Fag II
of opinion when it II contrary to tern. ( *. 4 CevUaoed ON r... II elections last year and this
IN*. CoojtUtaed on l>age 't)

that they attitude upla.u.This lends. germs to Alrth Sftttn And Lttrb All Begin New 'l>Vr
the clique that there are those Fair AMOCiallon Annual

among There a*are who a would number nail of II'serious nUL Three Local Attorneys Form Legal Alerting I* l'oaliwned l lTh i County Officials Assume Offices

and perplexing aM.be people annual meeting of the Buwanne
*f this county mutt answer For Law Practice Here fair \MIoet.Uond.' I Without Pomp Or Circumstances
In the year ahead. The clearer our Partnership ua.d for January 14 has beenpojtponed.
IN* I Cesrtmoud e* Fag I) and C. Dean lawn Lout. C Wadsworth. Ilusines was routine and normal in all county offic .
Altred T. Afrth. Ernest A. Sellers 1 for president of the aaanclation ad I here Tuesday as thoM who fill elective offices In Suwan-

local attorneys, formed a partnership on January. under runt this week. The pmitpMiment. '*- nee County beran n.w farms Few took the Urn to even
New Home Agent the prattle of law in this city. n.. y will practice he old, resulted when a congratulations the Uglnnlng of another ten-
____________ I and Lewis and will have 'xtireas on
the firm name of Airth. Sellers number *f director.. advised Ref lire of office to thoM reeUcUd' November to serve again
office In the Alrth Building:where Alrth began the prtc-, would not be present due to out as county officials. ;

hr tic* *f tow II yean ago.Alrth president of the Uv Oak JmWor. of town buslnes. Dean .f the Courthoua ttlM1 WUhluneon. she resigned Suwanne. 10 Jun.be'-

I .. a naUv of Live Ok Chamber of Commerc the Btiwaane Wadsworth Mid the annual ala 1 II TM AMoaaor Wm. llubbard coma principal Beheot Oi last tall Poisons.
lor filch
and a graduate. of Buwtnm* High County Chamber of Commerc meeting would be rtocUrfuIrd forth any wh Tuesday began his nnh
ebctten t* s four year germ
... University of Rotary totter part of January and slatted In won
School the *. and the Ltv Oak term, II* was flrtt
Florida College of 1.&.. II. l..1' Club II. has been' commander ofBuwanne n --- I that notice of the d... would be Ml and won ,...a.ctJoft In IMI. In JlfGY.mbtr.Thill II I Is thai. all county *ffl.-

sieved hi* LLB degree to !.M and root Ko. ItT, th* American /. M. CREWS announced wn. .... INS and IM4 If* began his .* slit lie filled by sprnccd!!
returned t* bag native city M begin Legion and r** served on first term In 1HI and ha arld public/ servsnU. for th* four year
Jane aDd woeful career of IN* I CeaOMed *. fag /1) Form hnv l'urnn".lp I a new tam cub four year period thai bean Tuesday and .toto

eerrk I* his community Stan thai Um*. end In January 1M.
H. npr fn4ed Bsiwaaa** Youngest cf the group In term .
County a. a mrmbrr af th* ButeLeOsAatar Jan. IS Dffttllinf Man of sink. to Wiorllf Duk M..
...... .h Tuesday bgan a Ai
to 1m sad .** CallUter attilu.leilgnt
4) M rr'q a* Slate Attorney' of th* Third' Of Year Domination fur year term of his ..". M,.,, Iretttwed'castor

Judicial Oreult ts enter. once rorwwr setorUoo. M ba oftb .. ': CallUter WM named In IMI la.
.
with th* U. B. navy daring World Tear h Sew.*M* Casely .'f '" .p serve th* aneiptred term *f the I> Tb .... t. W, tUilll. r*....*.
War itAfar .. be. .-ke4 I* a mwitog w.tbM ." .tote llusn Lewi. I., *d a* *..<.. of W....... IU*.
.1J' 'P. Beginning,. second term 1'UH- IM Clivrob bee ......, I* b*
epenlng pant a* a ) the Mss !wwo weds t* eon.
day were County Judge Fteeeenrrm I'' ffeelrv MMtb .. If. laM begs
INS.
here, Airth wa aomlUcdI eatfrr aipilnillini \
towyet
... ....fcef It. CVrk *f the CVeuU Cowl i allot ., tb. Meal *- Toga.ilMi ..
practice trf or* tb* O. B. DUtrtrt Uo*. (. W4 eo .
Ceajrt .f Florida and th* Oa led Swvaanw 1re.nat se. 'I Uttnn A. BM.|OM, and Swper.vtoor I her she puS oil and ... .
... *.. she .f MeglsUaUen honey C .half fear
to bm peewoo
SBP sort tilt a swwber eW an i n I
u. ...... u..H
David ,
$... W Joe Nantes to- *4 th* Third CVralt Bar AsodaUoei. |*.H Massed b* l>.1 wbe WontryTas I '
itavIsego hose kn 411 ade-MlMM t tb*
.e too ............ ... th* American Bar As- the US reed >. CevJ wa* CWteelM llama B *
ft vend term .f fan bob wash SI1 II' ..,......
eM fee ......... C.-If Iew s detlo Ia. and th* Florida Bar As- red Ik* fed MM ofb began a I .
., aJ4 .... W.....*..*. .liii"ip4) wn Tue-.ly but. served n'tyto White M wed ...... 1M
tJMs woe*, ......... Mia .* ,.tettoa and barn served ss a T. \ ..
) horsed gad
ebb repto-
..*. ttoAtr wb. ........ te **- .mbr. *f the board. *f g.*.ronef > ...... yeoi III th* WMrsptred term .
tn agenTs Jab .. frankR DM totter. wt.efa.UsaAsoh Wajert>i eatd ........... *f the .tote U a.glM H. Gums N wtUk a hue** sad sair ss.djar..lr.5lae. .*
evpt III I
IND.Henry .. 14411155.4. -
to sew serttv ut saontyjLanej. far Ib. bow ..... be wrtttoo bubo.. wUtAlM ** Uon to prwertf
Cwunly. ....... Ste tb. badgollfjM
M. FoUnoa woo p.ab..a.
., attorneyto or bt tba th* *o*..iU**
era
2n... 0ar.b.. to a asre as peraas ti
AI.b no any ... ....4 woes She Cost JwdgVs Court as srf otvwl QMS ....... ..... .. Ann.a at .... .*... tu .... .f |*,.*.... ., a tbre** rmteeMtoM of Pufcus In*.ni*. I .......... hats s...nlaatfS and .

year* a* ago sad Matched attorney tar th* school board. and silt tbal hoot U tra* KU ... siartowraU.) I. ara le* tow to able. ...,. Nasty .. tb. sew. Uon of this sounir for th* third | aNrau/I..nrtaN4. iwiUttnfpeogra
le ted to pian
...... to her Bkaihr *.*.. ... a* city aSterney.H d.anr wet ub.dUk. at.aow upon to Artw ..... a4 ........ Tb rUMe. SM >*Ho4. shoe tun.INS and Today anvil. 0.age ws term* and was ** wntoft via add .* d

....... a ........ dots.. frou laM bad a.toe* and M dtottogvtone4 ctvte- need a.d aed aanwdr W seeamkeW ......... wttk AM. be she .* *r a4 ... t. she rtf M frf Sass sad s...it to) INS. I* MTV tit* tea .d**.lt***| ......, 4* Mel byI4S
... kal record f once
f .
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ahwntty Tun* .
MM toft by LedaBss.unel. tiaff Pyle, 4.. of tb term ef Ewett foot
AIIrMo I artists here and has served s* N ........, ** siaa *

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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY ?, 1965




II FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened In

I EDITORIALCounty I



Suwannee County, Florida.f, '


Must Solve ProblemsThat FrontBy 1915-1940-1955

'
eI .

1965 will bring prosperity and proper maintenance should be a matter into By

growth to this state and nation is being which grand juries should inquire and E.

freely predicted. Whether this progress continued neglect of this public duty should ConnerLeave Taken From The Filet O)
and development will spill over into Su result in positive action by such a jury to -
it to the racketeers! If TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
wannee County rests largely on how the correct such neglect.
people of this county face up to the responsibility This county can no longer afford the there's an opportunity for a fast I I
get
be made they'll
buck to ,
of community building and luxury of allowing public buildings to de- around to it eventually. Henry, Mrs. J. L. Blackwell. and will be the guest speaker at the
how well we accept the challenge of terioate until necessity calls for complete From New York City comes a 1915New Mrs. E. S. Conner. Honorable Woman's Club regular meeting
changing times. renovation as in the case of the Court report that mobsters, operating a Year's night, Mrs. C. E. mentions was accorded Mrs. J. S. next Friday

There' are a number of basic problemsthat house and sheer disgrace as in the case of bootleg meat processing plant Jones entertained most home delight at Harvard Mrs. Frank Futch Mrs
I thousands of fully at her South Ohio F J. Green, Mrs. O. W. Sanchez LeRoy Collins became the
33rd
Suwannee County must face in the the McAlpin school. have dumped adjoining
I and -
hall room
a dance. The Mrs. W. E. Nants, and Mrs Ethel Oovernor of) Florida
of horsemeat and other"unidentifiable" Tuesday at
year ahead. It is becoming more and more obvious pounds formed a very convenient high noon.
Byrd.
Few dispute the fact that solution of a that if this county is to share in the meats on the dancing space, occupied every Among his

crisis in school facilities is the major and ment and prosperity being develop-I Boston market In and New some York cities, Pittsburgh In Ohio.I,I time a new one step or fox trot Fuller Warren well known was the naming major of Clarence appointments Rstliff. .

number one problem that must be faced nearby areas that we must According to the markets commissioner was put on the Vlctrola. young Jacksonville attorney and a Live Oak automobile dealer
and solved if this county is to even mark thinking that makes a blasphemer of any of New York City some Misses Rachel Hinley. Mosely of native of) Blountstown in Calhoun to the racing commission

time, for failure to adequately meet this one who dares' suggest an election be cal- of the product may be kangaroo Hardee and Sarah Smith County, yesterday announced his
at the punchbowL
need means moving backwards.We led to reaffirm or change the local option meat. The Australian government Madison presided candidacy In the coming gubernatorial Bids were received and opened

think another major need in this under which Suwannee County is legally home of the kangaroo, has Among those present were Mr. race. Tuesday by the Board of County
county is for public officials to recognizetheir asked for reports on the natureof and Commissioners for the construc
and Mrs. H. W. Taylor, Mr.
dry.Whether Local A. D. PI. members enter- tion of the
the illegal meat that has been agricultural and livestock .
responsibility as custodians of public we like it or not those coun- Mrs. J. L.. Blackwell. Mr. and Mrs. : tained with a buffet supper at coliseum planned
for
property and to develop adequate main- ties which prohibit the l legal sale of confiscated.City meat Inspectors In New W P. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford i the home of Miss Cordelia Hel- county. the

tenance programs. :Many of the shortcomings whiskey are listed as backward and non- York were put on the trail of a Robinson Misses Edith Par- venston Monday evening for James F. Sanchez commission

in our school plant could have progressive. Industrial development in dry bootleg shipment (20 tons of sausage ramore of New Jersey Myma twelve girls and their! escorts. er from the Branford area was

been avoided by proper and adequate counties lags far behind. What the rela- bologna and frankfurters) Hanklns, Maggie Ada Mae K. Roberson.MeIIIl'I Balsden., Hostesses were Miss Flossie named chairman as the board

maintenance in years gone by. tionship is between development and the from evidence dug up during a Julia Fender Lyon Harvey Henry Miss Margaret Mlzell. met to reorganize Sanchez was
Wesley
commissioners of bookmaking and loan Miss Emily Blackwell. Mrs. Pearl named to the board in 195J
Right now county tire sale of whiskey we can only surmise. probe Byrd, Frank Drew Whipple Bishop and
permitting two fine public buildings to deteriorate While there are 'other problems to be sharking. F. S. Parramore. Walker Hel- Rhoades. Mrs. F. D. Helvenston Miss ls serving his first term. He will
lack of maintenance.A believe these three Counterfeit U. S, Departmentof and Joe Miss Margaret Harmony. replace George Croft whose term
for proper met in 1965 we are Agriculture inspection labels I venston Joe finely, Mary Elizabeth Leech, and Miss expired with Tuesday's ,
meeting
visit to the agricultural building back of among the more important.Thus Indicated the meat had been Inspected : Frank. Cordelia Helvenston.

the Courthouse and to the Coliseum is it is that this newspaper reaffirmsits and shipped from a firm Olrls Invited were Miss Jeanne Among the pictures in &hI.week' .
enough to convince anyone 'that attentionto policy of supporting those projects, aims In Dodge City, Kansas. Investigation Prof. J. W O'Hara and L. 8. Leech. Miss Sidney Conner: Miss paper were of the winners

these buildings is long overdue. and programs that will permit this countyto revealed the firm is a slaughterhouse Albritton returned Saturday attended from Mary Damon Helvenston. Miss in the Christmas home decora

Failure to develop an adequate plan foro2 develop and prosper.The but does no meat processing South the Florida Teachers where Convention they at- Bernice Lee, Miss Sara Lee. Miss tions. First place to the home of
Ann Eley Allison Miss Helen Paul Baechle. Second
or packaging.So place to the
Lakeland and visited other places.
now USDA has joined the Mlzell. Mia Ann West, Miss home of Dr. Q. A. Lee. Thin placeto
investigation. New York officials Jackie Cannon Miss Ann Hack: the home of T J. Kennon and
About believe the meat bootleggers are Just before the church services ney. Miss Mary Byrd, and Miss an honorable mention to the
Advent Church Sunday
began In the -
i ZPh national Betty home of J L.
basis ,
operating on a night the coal stove used for Marshall.U. McMullen.
ThisAnd and
horse meat,
I Incidentally heating fell over dumped the fire
even kangaroo meat, can be Iden- I D. C. Ball formerly of Live Oak
I on the floor. As a matter of pre ,
$(711 tified by microscopic examina caution the fire department was 1955 Is the new general manager of the

tion. called out. but the fire was extinguished Damages from fire In the Live Clark Equipment Co. of Collier-
That by Rev Bixler before Oak city limits amounted to only vllle and MlUlngton. Tenn. Ha
Plans are on) the fire that will the fire fighters arrived. 19,19900 during the past year has been connected with the International .
Increase materially the size of Fire Chief Luke Haddon reported Harvester Co. since
present fight, however Is no laughing
On Pay Television Agway Inc.. already the nation's The Woman's Club will hold this week In his annual report. He 1924.
Pay television was dealt a heavy blow In the matter to the presidents of state universities. No largest farmer-owned cooperative their January meeting Saturday. said that It was the best year In Ha was manager of the Fred J.
recent elections, when California voters banned matter what they say, Is going to be wrong and organization, serving 12 northeastern The program Is as follows the 38 that he had been serving Oreen Co. here for three rears
existing pay television operations in Los Angeles they will not be able to keep silent! stake Food: Its Relation to Intellectural as head of the department. after having lived In Savannah
and San Francisco There is more to the Bryant-Burns donny- From Harrisburg, Pa, comes al and Physical Development, 0,., for 8 years..

There is talk: of starting pay television againIn brook than patronage, alone. Burns already is report that farmer owners -'If 33 Mrs. H. M. Strickland: Cleanliness Live Oak Public School's Supenrlslng a.

Cleveland and in other cities but where it was committeed to do'away with the trimester system locals comprising the Pennsylvania : Moral Mental and Physi Principal Phil Constans (Renew Year Scbwrlptioa New)

operating, apparently with a future, it has been in state universities Although Bryant saysit Farm Bureau Cooperative Association \..M. Mrs. 8. J. White: The Use
eliminated by the majority of voting citizens. doesn't matter to him whether or not the universities will vote soon on a pro- and Abuse of Drugs Dr. C. 8.
revel t to the semester method. Burns posal to merge with Agway Brown.
The battle over pay television, and Its effect members have been
on tree television, Is an interesting one. Those who has accused Bryant of appointing regents who will advised Anyway by their executive vice U. PUBLIC AUCTION

cherish the Idea of public ownership of the airwaves vote to keep the trimester regimen president and general manager, 1910

and who wish to keep the medium free, like It remains to be seen if Burns, when he takes E.: II. Fallen that their! board of Karl
have believed office, will be able to throw out Bryant appointees the Rev Koestline local
radio, that pay television would become directors has approved pro- Methodist minister installed
and nam his own. Either way, there is goingto was Next Farm Equipment Auction Sale
the greatest financial: Industry In the coun- posal.
as president of the Live Oak IQ-
1a...++.wviictt KOV&A soon cost the av.r... teleVision tie a .wrangle over 0 trtm.ater-vs..semester, And The Farm Bureau system has 90 wants Club at a ceremony held

owner twenty or thirty dollars a month, sooner or later, the university presidents are going distribution points In Pennsyl during the regular luncheon period
for programs to be asked officially for their evaluation of vanla furnishing farmers with of tha club last Friday at Monday January 11-10:00 A.M.Will
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the trimester commodities and services. The ,
Those In favor of pay television find their operation. Blue's Lodge Ha succeeds Roy
strongest argument in tile poor quality of free Whatever they answer, will be unpopular.Presumably organization has 84.000 members Hunter,
and employs more than 1,000 people have about 65 tractors, all makes & models and
television since all honorable
are
programs the overemphasis is on degenerate men, they will Other officers who took over
give their honest In Its retail and regional Johnnie I several hundred pieces of equipment, including Hab-
drama, crime and violence as an au- opinions If they say the trimester were A. Kalll. first vice
dlenoe puller. The all-to-frequent frantic commercials is good, they will alienate the new aover. I operations. president: Sid A. Allen second an Corn Shelters Bottom Plows and Harrow

added to this, matt for poor fare nor and !if he succeeds In his intentions his Fallon Is an-ardent advocate of vice president: and Howard En- Bring tractors & equipment you wish to tell to this

One must hope that television can remain appointees to the Board of Regent If they say merging cooperatives to gain the low secretary-treasurer. Enlow sale and buy what you need.

free but If the quality of programming is not some- the trimester Is bad they will make several of the size necessary today for effective was named to the post vacated by We also have New Rotary Cutters & Harrows, if you
the Rev Howard
how Improved. then wa should have both one pay state cabinet members unhappy. service to members. In a talk when he Mueller, who resigned are In thej market, come by and talk to us before you
accepted a call to
and one government channel among the thirteen The most distressing angle to the whole mess, at the recent 31st annual meetIng a Savannah church trade.

available! VFH channels The other eleven could be however Is the view it gives of Burns' intentions of the Cotton Producers Association Make) Plana Now To B. On Our Auction 5U
used by after he takes office lie has he stressed the need for
commercial stations and networks operating never left any doubt Judges in the. Christmas lighting
under the present system that he Is going to be the head man In :Florida's breaking with tradition and expanding I contest voted a perfect tripletie Monday, January 11
government That Is fine the should to meet today's competition I with
-Lake Wales News governor displays by Mrs J. D.
be undisputed No. 1.

But it also now appears that Burns la determined "voluntary There was use"a time by members he said when of a said his firm hsdnt made such a COLQUITT TRACTOR CO.

Peepholes Blacked Out that Florida's system of higher educa- cooperative's commodities and request "but we've been thinking
tion shall be molded about ." M'oultrfe. Georgia Phon. I&S-S U 4
Postmaster General John A. Oronouakl .re- after his preference This services was considered the basisof 1&
cently announced that peepholes In men's washrooms Is not as It should be. doing business. But that ktVid -

were going to be blocked up. The order will Neither Haydon Burns nor any other governor of use today Is a myth.
affect about 5,000 bathrooms In various Postofflces is expected to be an expert on education. "We have to fight for the
all over the country.As There is nothing In Bums' professional background fanner's business and to do thata

most people know, postal Inspectors have to Indicate that he qualified as one. professional sales force Is a

long used the peephole system, which la justified The best service that any governor can per must," ha added. "Cooperativesneed
in form for Florida's size There's no need to be YOU RE
watching university
employee handling mail. Inspectors system Is to appoint
afraid of size as long as wa maintain
can coma and and to the Board of Regents people who have -
go employee never know whether the In- farmer control. '
they are being watched or not. tereat and the time to study educational matters of cooperatives are Mora inevitable mergers BREAKINGOUR

But then the question of peepholes In the thoroughly, and then let them exercise their own Also Inevitable Is expansion Into

wsshrooms recently became an Issue. It was said best judgment, without Interference. additional fields and Investments

there were no peepholes In tile women's wash- Any' governor who makes up his mind In advance In related businesses. 7

ooms. Men, then, were being discriminated against! H to what Is beat for Florida's highest education "Marketing continues to be the i' ENGAGEMENT'

But then It was' difficult to put peepholes In wom- and then names regents who win rubberstamp greatest need and the greatest

en's washrooms most Inspectors being men. his edicts, Is b-Jldlng up trouble for the challenge In agriculture Too

In then end the washroom ruckus got too hot universities many cooperatives limit themselves ;

to handle. Something had to be dole about washroom -Polk County. Democrat Bartow for their to providing members."simple services

peepholes. That's when Onnouskl steppedIn 0

and ordered such devices (vUllsing one-way The careful person is one who knows what to Hog raisers have been urged in
glass) blocked expect.
off.
recent years to concentrate on e..MSMtI. V'
All of which is right. Very few things are left producing meat-type hogs of consistent Y '.
in this life that are free or uncomplicated. And Advertising Is the good servant of those who quality Many have replied 0'1', '

freedom from being observed silently the washroom know how to use it. that, when they do. they

Is one freedom wa should cling to.Cocoa. don t get adequate compensationfor

Tribune The Suwannee DemocratOF Nevertheless their effort, at more the marktt meat and MAKE AN ENGAGEMENT with us to open a savings account -

1 less fat Is what consumers want
Dim Future For EducationTo LIVE OAK, FLORIDA when they buy pork. Until producers for yourself and your children. Thrift is still a virtue

the uninvolved outsider, It Is only an P:!!!-the_ .ffewrl. oA. SSHMIHM River Fa/fry* can furnish that kind of that makes dreams of
travel
pork. retailers and
amusing incident: BANNER Consolidated LEADER arent going to be security come true. The
T\'> the men In the middle Established 1(84 August 2. lie? Established IU able to do much to boast pork
It Is
an Impossibly
hot situation. r. llih4jEvery Thursday at rtn a C.nn... Street consumption. time to start saving is NOW and regularly from each
Louie "C-Wadsworth: That was the message given recently pay-
To tht student of government, It is an indication ... Editor oVPuSHsher to the National Swine check.
of Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Growers Council Open your savings account today.COMMERCIAL.
an unhealthy future for Florida education : by John Story,
Walter Lee Olive ....,. Advertising Manager meat operations director for Independent 0
George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman
It" Is the current hassle between Oov. Far- Grocer's Association
rig Bryant and Governor Haydon Burns over Second Class Pottage Paid At Live Oak Iloelda8UB9CRIPTION I CIOA). ,
Suwannea Citing aa occasion when his ore
Bryant' appointments to the brand new, nine. County 00 I
RATES Outside Suwannee County ganlsaUon wanted to Increase
member Board of Regents which will oversea the $3 00
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable pork sales said following -
to Story that,
{Deration of Florida's state colleges: and unlvenl | Advl1\tt..
stepped-up pork promotion I.
". tie. .. activities, customer had to BANK
A disagreement between politicians, no mat OF be turned away _

ter' bow serious the topic may be, nearly always CtUIrt To our dlwnay. be said "the I-
ittiDmm I
t brings chuckles from those who are not In the ( ., supply of meat-type hogs was not iii OF LIVE OAK

line of tire This Is particularly true when the argument c adequate to meet the demands LIVE OAK
y FLORIDA
I Asked: whether supermarket .
" la over patronage, which may be defined Chamber of Commerce'
tout houses to select pork. Story
M who's going to get to reward whose supporters. 1 I
r firms would ]like to go Into pack
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I 3frs. Joel Wyman Harvard Jr. fTomon's Club Will I Here And There I IMr.

== (91 gmie/ted ; Meet Friday 12:30The _ _

w._..'. Club .* Live .. Henry Skinner returned the holiday here flailing with
Oak will meet at UJO Friday home Monday after pending the their parent. Mr. and Mr. J. H.
for their regular luncheon and Christmas holiday at Virginia McElveen and Mr. and Mr*. Steve
WOMeNCLARA .i basins meeting.Mra Beach Va., visiting her on and Oodbold. Mr. McElveen 1* a student -
V J. Smatf, president family Mr. and Mr. Henry E. at the Cincinnati School of
v .rge* all number tit be ,ra. Skinner Leeann and Sonny. Embalming In Ohio.
_I. Mr. Henry Skinner and grandson Mr and Mr. Jack Jones and
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor a Russell Stapleton. spent New laughter, Mia June Jones. at-
Year's day In Perry with her son- tended the Orange Bowl game
Harper Reunion in-law and daughter Mr. and and parade in Miami kit week.
First Baptist Church Setting ForLeonardIlarvard Held Mr. Oeorg Miller and eon, Cary.. Mr. and Mr. 8. 'T McDowell
Wedding In DecemberMiss RecentlySunday Mist Carole Ann Lyon, student pent several day in Miami last
week and attended the Orange
December 20. the fm-
at North Florida Junior College
Marion Alice of Mr. and
Leonard daughter ily of J. C Harper held a family Bowl game and parade.!
Madison, and Emil Aramoonle,
Mrs. John Hobson Leonard of Brooksville and Joel Wyman reunion at the home of Mr. and graduate student in electrical englneerlng. Mr. II. H. Hair Sr., left Monday
Harvard Jr.. son of Mr. and. Mrs. Joel Wyman Harvard. Mrs Claude Harper. A buffet University of Florid for Tallahassee to visit heron
Sr.. of this city exchanged nuptial vows December nineteenth style dinner was served. OalneivllI. Visited Miss Lyons and daughter-in-law Mr and
at seven-thirty in the evening in the Pint Baptist Present were Mr. and Mr*. parents, Mr. and Mra. Edgar Lyons Mr. Horry Hair Jr., and to attend
Church with the Rev: Joseph Noah Bailey Mr. and Mr. Claude during the holidays. the Inaugural festivities.
Sherwood Harvard uncle of the green velvet dresses with matchIng Jernigan. Mr and Mr* Floyd: MU Carole Anne Lyon visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vice Jr.
room from Columbia 8. C. officiating velvet bows for headpieces, Waters, Mr. and Mr*. Donald! with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lyon and daughters. Linda and Marilyn
at the double ring cere and matching shoe. They carried L Water and son. Wendell. Mr and and friend in Jacksonville during pent the holidays In Pensa
crescent shaped bouquets of white cola with Mr. Vice' mother Mr*.
mony. Mr Dill Oamble. Mr. Mae,. the New Years week end I
the full mums. Harper and Duane Harper, all of Claude Vice Sr. Mrs. Vice returned
The setting for vows were Miss LrNelfe Phillip returned '
fifteen branch crescent shaped Lee Kelvenston Harvard served \ : Uve Ok; Mr. and Mr*. C. L. to Florida State University, TalUhauee horn with them for a visit.
candelabra! of brass In front of his brother as best man. Groomsmen 1 Davis. Mr. and Mr. Alex Perry Tuesday, after pending Mn. B. H. Mattlnily and children -
which was a Urge arrangement of were Joseph Sherwood Harvard man. Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Harper the holiday with her parent. Mr. Thorn and Martha of Atlanta
mums gladioli and gold foliage. HI of Decatur. da. cousin a Mr*. Belle Golden Mr. and and Mr*. J. Marvin Phillip Sr. O*., arrived Tuesday to
On each aide wen tree top candelabra of the groom. Ralph Leonard, Mr*. Jamie Bass and children She wt accompanied to Tallhusaee *- spend a few day with her parent
with II taper and medium brother of the bride of Brooks- Mike Lisa and Kervln. all of by them. Mr. and Mr*. *. Dr. and Mr. O. A. Lee
baskets of arrangement of ville Robert Rutledge. and William Oalnevllle: Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips attended the Inauguration Mr and Mr*. Phil TownsendSr
mums gladioli, and gold foliage, Henry Williams Jr. Dee of Jasper; Mr and Tuesday spent the week end in J.ck.,00ll11e *
on either aide of this Inn two The bride entered the church Mr. C. W. Dra of Winter lUven; Mis Charlotte Wkdtworth. accompanied and attended the Gator
smaU< candelabra with seven with her father and was given In Mr. and Mr*. Pruett Copeland of by her mother, Mrs. Bowl game Saturday. .
branch tapers in front of which marriage by him. For her weddingshe Valdoata Ga; and Mr. tl W. Lout C. Wadsworth. returned, to
were two small flower arrange selected a gown of csndlellte Moaeley, Mr. Gladys Alexander, Florida State University Monday Cashmere Coming Rack
menu of the same. The overall peau de sole with elbow length and Mr. and Mr*. Ralph MUll] of after sperdlng the holiday her. Cashmere, long on the decline
background greenery was a Jade sleeve The shoulder train was Blahl,. Oa. Mr. and Mra. John Hampton I* making something of a comeback *
foliage. The family pen were bordered with Alencon lace. Her Jr, Miss Candy H amp ton. Mia In both single and dyed-to-
marked with lighted Uptr i short veil was centered with a blouse and a white eymbldlum San poured coffee. Laura Damon Mr. Faye Harvard of Atlanta Sue Hampton and Mrs. Meta B. match ensembles. There' been no
Mr*. William Z. McLfod. CII'I'-1 rosette of pearl. Her only ornament orchid corsage.Immediately. tventon and Harriett Darrow Oa, Mr*. Joe Harvard of Dec*, Steel, returned home Saturday real change In cashmere but 1&'*
nist, accompanied Mist Susan was a string of pearl, a gift following the Hdrenston passed the rice bag. turf O*., Mrs. James Reynolds after pending twelve day visiting lUll a good hlgh-faihlon accessory
Webber of Ft. Walton Beach who i of the groom. She carried a bouquet ceremony the parent of the bride Mr. Fil McMillan. Mr*. O. II.Rutltda and daughter Kim and son, the family of Arthur Slgel In second. In sale, to the teat
.aIM. "O Perfect Love". "Whither of white roses. entertained with a reception In and ,11'1. a T Mc.Do.U Jamie, of Naihvllle\ Trnn. Mr. Martin Drove. Ill. tube fiber replacements of lat,
Thou Ooeat", and The Lord' The mother of the bride wore a the church halL were hostesses and floor and Mr*. Malcolm Clayton and Mr and Mra. Jimmy Ray Me e
Prayer", blue chiffon with a lace bodice An Imported linen and lace hostesses were Miss Charlotte children. Ken Craig. Carol Brant, Flveen left Saturday to return to Always wash the top of a can
and a matching baL She wore a cloth wa placed one one table Wubworth. Mrs. Danny D. Me and Mark of Orlando. Mr and Cincinnati Ohio after upending before opening It.
Miss Susan Worle,. of Coral .. .
pink eymbldlum orchid corsage. Crlinon. Miss, Susan Brlnkman.Mlns --
which wa centered with white Mn. John Quinn and children - -"- -
Gables served as maid of honor. The mother of the groom worea Penny Wettsteln. Mrs. T J.
mums gladioli! and gold foliage.A lUrrell Halite, and Brook. of
Bridesmaids were Mlw Bonnie gold gown with a matching hat punch bowl was placed at one Kennon Jr. Mlu Joanna Tmrlo Maltland. Mr. and Mra. MiltonFoxworth
Leonard. slater of the bride. Miss and a green eymbldlum orchid Miss. Nancy McKelthen. MU .
end and a silver coffee service at of St. Augustine Mr*
Quinn/ Flood Mil. Uan Marghells crosage.Mr the other end. Ljnn Rutledge and Mr. J. Marvin Tommy Peterson of Tamp. Mr. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
of Pompano Beach and alls *. P. D. Ilelvencton. maternal The cake table was overlaid Phillip Jr, and Mra. Hugh H. Davenport of
Lois Rlxz of Miami. grandmother ofhe groom with a cutwork cloth. The five The reception music was furnIshed Gainesville Miss Ann Camp of Veneer -.. One or Two Baths
'The attendants wore dark wore a turquoise lace with over tiered wedding cake was embossed \ by Mr*. R. L. Brinkman Jasper Mlaa lieu William and
with green and gold. An arrangement and Mr. Wm. R Slaughter Francis William of Madison FHA 'or CONVENTIONAL
of pyramid of candle Following the reception the MU Penny Young of Ocala Bob
COMPLETE with white mum and gold foliage bride and groom left for New Or Gilford of Coral Gable. Mr and Financing
wa used on this table. lean La. The bride traveled In a Mr* Hoea Leonard of Bagdad.Mr SMALL DOWN PAYMENT:
and Electrical The brldebook table, presidedover green wool tweed with a mink *. W J, folio of Port St. Joe
Plumbing Supplies
by Mr* Robert C. Brock Jr.. hat and matching brown icoeorlea *- MU Mary Ann Courtoy of Jasper Located 1 In Edgewood Subdivision.
Plywood-Cabinet Hardware wu overlaid with a linen and lace Lt. Los I. McKelthen of Lub
cloth and accented with a memory Both Mr. and Mrs. Harvard lock. Tex, Erie Dak gourd of Sarasota SELECT YOURS NOW
j Tung Oil Paints candle. graduated from Florida State Jerry Drain of Oulfport
Mr. *. J. Marvin Phillip flr University In Augu.t twit receiving MU.. Mr and Mr. Harry T. Reid Contact
greeted the giants at the door. BA's In History The bride I* Jr. of Jasper MU Laurie Turn-
'. Langford Builders Supply Mr*. H. W. Lundy and Mr* JanonKennm a member of Alpha Chi Omega lie of Jacksonville, James Rex W. G. MULLINSPhone
cut the brtde'a eak. Mr*. sorority and the groom a memberof and family of Miami, and Roy
Warren Tedder Jr. Mr. C'urUlKoon. Kappa Alpha fraternity, Spradley of Miami.
lid....... Bt., 1.!. fleas M.-.I7S and Mrs.' WUta Lundy Out of town guest were Mr*. Mrs. W D. Williams directedthe 3622057
poured punch. Mr*. W. M. J' 'rnU J. S. Harvard of Columbia 8. C. wedding.
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: Statement of Condition as of December 31, 1964 C.OFFICERSP. CKAPPS JR.

Chairman of Hoard

RESOURCES 0. W. HARMONY

Loans Ac Discounts $3,479,558.30 Prldn.
$3,587,507.09 P. C. CKAPPS HI
107950.77
FHA Mortgages Vlce-Presldent!
+-
A. P. NOTTVlcPrelilent
Overdrafts 15,065.08 \

Bank Building 4,701.66 T, M;. AIIERCROMUIB
:-r. (: Vice-President)
J Furniture Ac Fixtures .ti. 15116.96
'; :- : JOHN P. WIGGINS
First Other Real ., Caohler
The Friendly Reserve ',
< 16,500.00
Stock Federal Bank .- IRENE C IIINGSON

United States Securities 2,554,489.75 Assistant Caahltr

; Municipal Bonds 486033.53 '

Cash & Due From Bank 1579498.75 4620022.03 DIRECTORST.
Thanks a million -
8283438.09 AI.'mo: T. AIKTII(

For Millions LIABILITIES DONALD L. UUUC1I

P. c. cnAI'I' JK.

For hoisting M with the Stock $ 1 150.000.00 P. C. CRAPPS, III(
tkatl! *. 400,000,00

It would 1 be oar to tako U.I Surplus UrxSivided:: ; Profit. 24:641:55: : ItOBKIlT ENC8TROM
coeifloW for granted. But OSCAR GREEN
10.000.00
It work well a Reserves: Possible Loan Losses
b* doag *
fctaJc U eosa.ta.tly aware Reserves: Contingencies, Taxes, Etc 10156.93 $ 594,798.48 O. W. HARMONY

thai ea.l..te.tks'o1 iUro C. L. JOHNSDUKE
rc.. ...... to lea eU- 21000.00
Iesere.tae.t Dividend No. 123 McCALfJSTCR
_ton. Evwcy ;
loa*. -*. U we1gh.d Other Liabilities 25143.66 R. P. MOORE
iZ light of that fact. Deposits 7,642,495.95

For fcoofioWo/ .el --------

rood will w. 'N graUf. $8.283,438.09 tlonormry .
Wo kU always try to tal. Director t

car ., yes ,ad! year. ....,I. "The Friendly First"r. .

8. CONNEK !

CONTINUOUS BANKING SERVICE FOR 62 YEARS

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In the oftl.. of th* Clerk. of th.* Clroalt' or dem.ndi... whlck' th.yea,..or_oltkw of Ooear or rn D., m."'te d.aed,Ire place doe. h ef I.mI._ ... ted .has
aialnat
Funeral Services I New Quarters For McMulten Public Notices ail lltk day *f Jaanary may Paryear" aka O. D. Pnryear, dacaaaed.lat ."Ie. .d..... of tire ololm..t Idonno, end sat
ion"ty aa .
tq.do .0. Jnd.ia.nt to Ire own,. te .by 11. and lhel/
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t 1, NOTICE .by d.r.ult will b* taken ... ..' you for *SuwonowuCovet,. Florldut. Stt' klcofflc .. .... aUo...., elalment h. Sinn,
t ,.... ., Annual dntanded In tke aonplalnt. of of Mid County d.d ant filedduke4 '' .
Noel U hereby "' th tbo relief ID the court house eo f hoSlot.. Ot
Held For Mrs. Meetlni of th. .torkholH.ro ft the DONE AND ORDERED at Llv Oak.. f, Llv.* 0.... Florida. within sic calen.d.r e/ T. I. PLR ..
Commercial.. Bank. of Llv Oak will 1M Florida, '''I. Ktb dayf DMomkor month from the tlm. of lbs filetpubllealboa AI .d..I.I.trate, dl" III
b.14' ., tu ......1.( hoax .. South 1104. of tkla notlc Lock claim I 1144 01 0.... D. P...,...
Ohio, Anna Live Oak. florid. ... tAVAUOHN A. SESSIONS .....rs
Zoclllodgc lIo.da,. January II, at .100 .,.m.By CI.... of Clrcirlt CourtSuwannM
Coo.". Florida M
order at the board of director
LOUIS I. DAY, Byt a/ Lillian. RadfordDeputy
Funeral service for Mrs. Zoel ,...Id.., Clark

Johns Peeples Hodge were held U Sl-14

Saturday morning at 11:00: am. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Logs Wanted
JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY
at the
First Presbyterian Church FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.. FLORIDA. IN 'ROB A n.
here with the Rev. Jim Walkup, yeti IN RRl: E.t.t.I of IN KB E.e.t. of
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W. C. !BUTTS .1. LILLA S. BOZEMAN
pastor, officiating. Interment was
BUTTS. Deeeaa.d.
CLYDE.
in Peeples in DoeMi.il and P...... H.vln
Cemetery Hamilton T. All Creditor
County. T. All Cr.dlt... and Pe.._. "...1.. Claim, or Demand. Ataln.t SaM E.UI.I Pond Cypress 6" &
Claim or Dunaada Afaloat I Said no1.. You and each of you ar* hereby notl. up,
Mrs. Hodge was a native of You and each of you ar. hereby to claim*
I flod and ..qul..d lo pre..nl my elaimi er deam.ndewhl h you or'ilh.r of you,
Hamilton County and had observed and/or 16'and
and d.mandi whlrh you. or .Ith.r ofw. may have ....,. of LILLA
her eightieth birthday on 1IUTTS..bonknown a 0' 8. BOZEM AN.' doaud'lab. of ..Id
?. C CLYDE County. to the County Judos of Sow.n.
November< 4 of this year. She BUTTS decea..d. Iota of mid Count, ... County. Florida, at kla offlc. In the
passed away December 31 at the to t". Count Juria of Suwanno. County. court hou.o of laid County at Llvo O.k.Flo..d. .
Florida, .t hi. offlc. In the court .. within .i.ht c.l.nd.r month
local hospital after a brief Illness. ..ou.. of sold County at Live Oak F'or. from the limo of the first publication Pine 6" & 8'andor 16'
Mrs. Hodge was a school teacher Id., within all calender month from of chic notle. Each claim' or demand up,
the tlm. of .h.n bo In ....ltI... and shill .t.te the
In opinrofpmehcrl.lmenIda
early life and served .
a num- nolle.. Two place of mldcue..d pout office nd.dre.c
ber of schools in Hamilton and mind hall b. In ...Itln... and shill Stab* of ;: and I
Now nearing completion Eait Howard the pl... of ild.neo anit po.t off .. to by th.'tloisent.. hie se.uL'rwhIs. Delivered Our Yard at
Suwannee Counties. She was on Street Is the building addre.e of t". claimant, and .5.11 b. attorney, and any such. claim or d.mand MariettaOn
postmistress at Dowllng park for shown above to serve as quarters for the welding and machine shop .worn to by the claimant hi. .anent. *,* sot io filed( ] shall be void.
attorney end ac.ofnp.nl.d by a rilln S, W. SCOTT ..BOZEMANAa U.S. No. 90.
20 years and as a Notary Public of P. D. McMullen. The structure formerly used by: the concern was C.. of ono dollar and such claim. or demand anmlnl.tratar of tho I.tat.
performed not .. filed .hall b* irold. Lille S. Boiemnn, deemed
many marriages In of
damaged by Hurricane Dora and a new building was erected on the OPAL M. BUTTS
11.14
past years. same site (Democrat Staff Photo) A. .dmlnl.tr.tor of the E.taM.. For Complete Information Phone Collect
She was a member of the of W. C. Butt. alia know to
Pres- Clyd. ButU d......... IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
byterian Church at Live Oak and Navy, Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs, ".11 .. JUDCE FLORIDA. SUWANNEE IN PROBATE.COUNTY

resided on Pine Avenue. Maude Boyette, Largo; and a Four Constables NOTICE IN RE F.tat of I. K.
Survivors Include two daughters brother Burton Johns Pitts- Nolle of Annual Meetlnc of M.mb.rlf OSCAR D. PUR YEAR DeBLIEUat
Mrs. Grace Hatch and Mrs.Lucille 14 and tint Y.d.lel Bavlnia and Loan A.- aka O. D. PUBYEAE!:
burg Pa; grandchildren
2
JPs Assume
of Llv. Oak. r'PerI.n.
.oel.tlon
::
Miller,,both of Live Oak; 17 great-grandchildren. Notice I. herobr ..I".. that the Annual T. All. Creditor Hav.SClaim. 389-0366 or 359-3711 -Jacksonville
Said Gt.tnYou
four sons, Sidney Peeples, Live Pallbearers were Inman Avery, : n.m.d Meeting.o.I.Uon of member wlll be of bald th..t above the and or Demand.ouch of you Af.la.t are hereby notified

Oak, Vasco Peeples Punta Gorda, Ed Haywood Troy Dunn. Fred Office TuesdayFour homo offlco of the A oclatlon loc.t.d and required to .pment any claims --
Lorlng at SOS E. Howard Street, LI*. O.k.
Peeples, Sebrlng andCommander Olass, Norman Protsman and '' -
Florida, at I o'clock p.m. on tho Sulk
Ervin Hodge V. S. Carra Boatright. constables and two justices der of January. IMSly .
order of the Mud of director
... of the peace began terms of B JOHN S. FLOOD
four years here Tuesday as Florida Pleaiden/
rinl Federal g.vlnri end P -I
went about installing and Inaugurating Loan A.aoclatlon. .f Live Ooh.

officials' to serve Instate LI*. Oak, Florida
NI7Y
.....
and county offices.
HAIRSTYLESby
Vacancies exist in districts two NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONLtRNiYog :
and three for justice of the peace. ... k.r.by notified that the '01.|

District two is known as the Fal- lowln...k.property Ford! MISCELLANEOUSLOSE For Sal>-Red Emile
;
mouth district while district three Y... Model 19411, LITTLE ADS -
Joanie is the area In and around Well- Body Type Hay, RaiantModel ] WEIGHT safely with new FOR SALE -

born. Manuf.ctur.ri) or 8rl.' Serial- not Numb.r--I: BIG RESULTS DEX-A-DIET tablets. Only >8c. with i or more 3-bedroom houw
acres,
will .. sold at public solo .t II A.M. :j ITM
George L. Knight, district one, Cheek Drug. pam 16-35 permanent
o'clock on th. ISIS day of January, BUY-8EIL-EXCIIANGE pasture. the
Paul B. Chauncey. district two, l.... at Suwenne. Vall.y Tractor Co., mt
Open 6 ,Days Per Week Alvo Curl district three and ISO N. Houston St., LI*. 0.... F''.. Thoproceed Whatever the purpose, you will good garden land. hem .a].
.., FARMERS nut trees, and grape vine
find Democrat claslfl. do Mt
Fred D. Aderholt district four, ,. t". p.ym.nt. ofl15.loat.of matt n. $3600
assumed office as constable in atorlnf and ... of said property and the Job, quickly and well MONEY for your farm operations plus closing costs to.
Monday Thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. their respective districts the ..' of publication of nolle cf .al. at reasonable cost. Termsto eated at Suwanne StAtion
Tuesday. ,
and th.n to the latl.f.clloa of the b. fit your needs. Loans up to Contact Oscar Carter
DEADLINE FOR INSERTION
Terrell Futch In district one anco du. under the contract with W. K.
McCall Route t, Like. City. Flacover.. P.M. 7 years. Call North Florida Production -
5:00 etrh
Tuesdays 13-35
and Bill Sykes in district four ln, the "....In. of laid property. Any Credit Assn. S. Ohio
McCullers Cafe BuildingMAYO were justices of the peace to assume .urplua will b. paId to you and you will LOW RATE FOR RESULTSIH Ave.. Live Oak. TeL 362-2588.
remain llabl. for any balance remaining cents word, with FARMS
per a
new terms. unpaid. under .Id contract. C abe-tf HOt'SES
FLORIDA District one is the Live Oak FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY minimum of $1.08. ACREAOE 1.OTS
and district four the 100 W. W.ur RI.U (All elaitiried. most be paid In
area la
Will
| J..houlll.!!! ria.IN keep children In my home PAUL A. BYRD

Shampoo & Set ......$1.50 Haircuts .,.......... 75 Branford section.. advsnce.) while parents work. Call 362- Registered Real EkUt
Brokfr
M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ONE WEEK FREE 3202.
Combouts ..,.........,... .50 Trim ................ .25 THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Classified ordered for five pajj 34 OFFICE: 406 8. Ohio An

Hair Rinses ............ .25 Cold Waves Hospital' Employees' Gel FOR IDA. SUWANNEE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.FLOR. weeks, run the last week; free. I Phone 362-138

Manicure. ................ 75 $*M to $15.00 Housekeeping Training CLINTON VSALICE WILLIAMS Plaintiff, advertisement".'0 will pay for for five a XI weeks word ANY Buy LIVE and Seas OAK.With noRm Coantn,recsbj


Loving Care, Including Shampoo & Set .......... 2.50 Mrs Beatrice Walker housekeeper PAGE: and C. PACK W. ...:., RICHARDSON RAYMOND D., Use Suwannee Democrat Classified /jL1./ u
and Mrs. Callle Fennel], Defendant. for Proven Results .
Tint or Color Shampoo, Including Shampoo maid both employees at the Su NOTICE TO DEFEND FOR BALE

& Set .......................................................... 3.50 wannee County Hospital received TO YOU ALICE ALICE: C. !PAGE: C. PACE!:, are h.r.b? : 80 ACRE FARM feted 3-brd.
FOR RENTA DONE
certificates in late November from notified. that Complaint to foreelnee
a
Hair Bleach, Virgin or Retouch, Including Mary i.rtaln .. ,. on tko felloe/lac de.Mrlbed room home, 3H miles from Uw
Karl Vocations School
Shampoo cfc Set ,......................................... 4.BO division of Dayton Beach Junior, a IW((4 property of tho, SW to-wttl%' of Sectloa. ll nice house for sale and a nice I Granite, Marble. Bronze Oak

CoUe *, for a 45 hour course in end SW*th.of SB Portion:*, 'and th. SE-f.wa.hlo% of tko 2-oedroom place In to'Nlfor Phon. 362-3333 40 ACRES WOODLAND

JOAN GWYNETH DEES MATHIS executive housekeeping. .....,.., Ranae II If i E..I all aontalnln rent. Call 362-2935 or 903-3743. LIVE OAKMONUMENT
Mrs. Lois Johnson, the hospital's 140 aero wore or ..... ... "., 5 ACRE HOMESITE, tilfhvii
Owner and with cajj tf
Manager all Improvement t ._.
frontage
administrator said this See keen filed against yo. and you IN CO.
Phone To Be Installed Later struction is part of the required to ...*. a rcpt of Poe r ...... FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Homer Sanford ReVISIT
MODERN
1n"1 or lording! to tko oo Io th. homes. 3-bedroom horn. brtt
of continuing education of Plaintiff* Attorney, W. I.W".bu:. Plenty of room. Nice '
pital employees. Jr.. P. O. Boa II* Live Oak. Florida.and and clean. Good well water. -- veneer nice location terms

file' Ih.' orlalaal Snows or oloadlaa, ; Lake for fishing and *immin. ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. MODERN 3-bedroom

Morgan'a TrallerPai; --U3-00 Machine, machlneless, and cold terms. tree

West Live Oak: Florida Phone wave permanent given. Operator

3112-2011. Annie H. Mini Helena For Information till!
Discover PcfdJ: 1J-1
the difference in tkz FOR RENT Hurnpf and Mary Drew PAUL A. BYRD
3-bedroom frame Boatright. Manicurist Ruby 406 South Ohio Are

'/. home. 3 years old. 1133 Ruby Sanford at Annie's each Thurs Live Oak Florid

St.. Ingleslde Subdivision ISO day. Friday and Saturday. eece *

5rrlizeVl.n lets (As different+ from oilier month. Phone Mr. KushUl. cast tf _

cars Lak City, 733-5730. evenings you FOR SALE -_ By owner Two wo

cabj tf Spanish moss In your In Sherwood Forest, 160' i iM
as they alas/ each other
bell )
pecan trees oak trees or ornamentals Priced to sell. Phone U2.1044.
OARAOE
APARTMENT FOR and want It destroyed or write P. O. Bo is* LIft
t 1, v 1i RENT!: -Close In. Electric stove I, contact W. D. Jones, Wellborn. Oak pdj n-X
and refrigerator 2 Fla.
bedrooms pdJJ 30-34
w gas heat Call BALETwo
362-3104 or 363- bf'CIr1OII+

1305 or come to 218 Shelby Av<. house 31T WestinorrAnd: 8
and look: cajj tt HELP WANTED Can be financed. Contact hid

FOR RENT. Modem Jones phone 363-1MI: o. 13.
cabins fully WAITRESSES WANTED Must 3150. ct: ;, 14.35
equipped.
!Mr qf"t .w"aw"uadd'' Budget arrange be over 21.
k '
e* Apply In person between
Mll menu
Include
\ yl.ty 303: lights and water the hours of 9-12 ajn. at FOR BALK Lot :tOO i 110 ft
Wlnderweedle
8t, Uv Holiday Inn off Hamilton St CaD U.r.c2
11 Oak.: between the Restaurant Lake
Nehl
Bottling City, 051' It
Plant eaej U
and the Oulf Oas Sta-

tlon. pbJJ 33-34 CURB HELP WANTED: NOW FOR SALE. Several am&II

FOR RENT Age 11 U 40. Apply In person farms and acreage trwu am
stairs 2.b.droora down- A A: W Drive! In. Live Oak.: Winston J Rages
cJJ tf
apartment
lJI/'I'ROlB'I'-A. and l-bed- Realtor phone :362-I526

roomy a car a* Chevrolet's ever built.ckeYrora 1"'pf Sttwt' Co. room 362.230 upstair. apartment Can Men In good health,. minimum (1.1). 34

When you take in cajJ U education Ith grade
everything, there's more room inside age 31 to
this car than in any Chevrolet aa far back. they go. It's moved the forward' to give you more foot room. So, besides FOR RENT 2-btodroom II. Contact the Personnel De-

wider this year and the attractively curved windows help way a 65 Chevrolet looks and rides we now have bhecI houae at tonneSprings. pertinent at SunJancI Training FOB SALE
to give you more shoulder one more reason to ask you What do BuW'lMee Center. P. O. Boa 1100 GaJnec-I
room. The engine's/ been more for you get by paying Apply 1& 201 Ilelytn_
v9.
a car.-except bigger ston Florida
monthly 8t. chlJ
2t-3e
? or
.,;- .. .' payment Phone 2-2833. FOR SAL New and aw*

.-' tit e&JJ U WANTED: First class brick lay Pianos. Prier Movie Co :North

-.2-- FOR RENT 2 bedroom era at U. & Post Office to the Onto Ave, Live Oak. S.MU*

\ l-: ._ tatted hook 212 t1n1ora\II\tum- Oak. Oecrge E. Jensen. Con taJ tt

0.t. ; CaD 382-IIN after A" tractor, Zne. Apply at Job. We
1:30: -
pm are an equal FOR SALE 1844 Corvair Ucsa
opportunity
rl w cbJJ 34-3 ptoyer.! em- (sports coupe). Solid era:

/ i/ FOR RmT Newly deewa&.cl eaJJ U red Interior. 4-peed' trarv,m>

flamlahtcl aPVtnlft\L P. WANTED Waltrewea.' Apply& lion radio, heater TXM *
Powell. Phone C. Dlsle Grill Hew Small e "Jtv '
; 'f2.IIU call tfLOST ear warranty.
after 1
DJ4 CaIJ 363-1do1. and kaaiinu MrmmU. --- -
'"' __ tail tf $-I"'*. r PCJJ: H-f
A' FOR RENT
/ 144 acre tobacco
'" / allotment, average FOR SALE AO daft of W'

;".:, __ ";';" ;f; Ibau to the highest yield bidder 1746 LOsT11Ine (3) small puppies .-u1D a. guaranteed not to .lent.

.::::;;= / cash. Can I35-J4JJ.: for strayed oa Stagecoach Road owe Brown Motora. cdj tf
: .u 34vUJ
:.. ::-:. Saturday night It finder
M / reR RENT 3-1'OOaI can 363-2318: or will FOR BALE: I months old ZK>
l;. IIrm1ahett after > pm..
"b < apartment on W. 3e2.3S0lie ZAO. f.punllrd due
j
t Fifth
8L win toate
Corsair Call receive
CorN $15
CORvAIR-The Sport CWJP. M3.2SS3. reward. fortunate ctrcuBMtanera.
f' only rear engine American ear made. t% pajj 34 Sew Make hundreds of fs*.:7
You should read what the FOR RENT: Two betonholee.
automotive room tttchea. make avtamatfe
; shout the '6.) Corvair. They're wild about magazine its ride. *They say new can touch Corvair Its Cora styling1. They say, if you haven't driven A ed apartment, newly decorated furnish WANTED sew oa tattona bC *

:\ think there's nothing ebe this aide of the Atlantic that you just don't know with what a 180-np SIX Tvrbo-CitaoMrgtit} so and place close In, $1750 month Al hem*. monograma. embrotdert

you're missing. for man to batch WANT TO darn, pitches: t'Ctt.aIIVI f re
j| Drive something ffally new-discover the difference month. Ill West Second' $1100 BUT cm War f $1**
at your Chevrolet dealer's Street swords, rules and maiming four payments *

: e1'wlet Uicwllc CliciyH Comiir ., PitH-- 14' excellent' to IIaaP pistols_from_ Wnu Credit ........... P., O.

Corvette LAND Available for Bring to North Ftortda-OonPrtr Boa gMX Ive Oak. pcfh 3J.ulOR

wmt. melon*. Rent raising and shop in K. onto SALE Fangola hay. II>

cleaning up. For mattes A,.. Lire Oak. pdjj 34.JJ bale. 10 ton coastal Hrr-Bod

:;., :, can 363-3363. cajj 34 tD 1957. Ab41 Phone 3S-34M, IV L. BarnrttJr.
students
.. .... POR RLYr f'I1nIDfcI were pbJJ 2f-J4
GRANTHAM In
2 .a
bt4rooaa
CHEVROLET tortltotiona of
11 1 COMPANY, INC.' newly P&1Dted Inside 141 boars pep liheg karnkig. PIIblIo and pity FOR SALE. I860 Stodetakerhalfton

i \ ., ." Howard St Fhon 362-2976 Ur Oak mirth 4 mike eat on WbJu P1orida.,. tart fan there truck and new boot ea
Florida Sprblp Raid were 10UIJ. battery
Call 33.32qeJj. n II expected to camper good ttree. new

3t doublet again b1 1570 reacbhIc mm Hold. Frtoe. 8 M.US .
L -- 211.000. J'fteock z.au. .., pail 34






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II I I THURSDAY JANUARY 7,1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT UVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE FIVE


I Awarded Football Monogram At Staunton Quality Control No.2 ST< pl. M M 78J8 'I.. partment and those who sell and official.
Oct. 91 34 88.89 798 service fire Insurance were especially School board members named
.... Camera manufacturing r*> ary the coldest month was February
\ Nov 85 37 81.7
., 8S.88 Invited to attend. A L M. Crews Jr. their chairman
quires extreme quality coniroL Ai with ofIIM
a mean temperature
M Dee. 79 18 S8.94 51..1I special invitation to the local forestry and designated V. V. Brim as vice
one Japanese plant the tempera degrees. This Is much I
figure
\ ,; !, f unit was extended he added chairman. Crews. Brim, and
.;; ... ture In the lens-polishing room !I/ below the average for the monthof
: j jII Tear 98 18 88.71 89.3 for this. group has played a big Thonla Barnett are the three
to delicately balanced that the 573 and the near
4,1 averageof part In fighting and controlling holdover members of the school
L heat from a tingle human body 57.73 degrees
..It .. RAINFALL rural fires In Suwannee County. board and have terms that expireIn
can throw It off. The last frost and freese of the .
r N.IImy. L.0. Avg.las. 19(8.
spring season was recorded on ..SS 789 114 Both boards had a full day of
the morning of March 31 wh-n Feb 8.58 7.98 3.89 No. 4 I business, most of which fell In U*
Passport Requirements a low of 28 degiees and frost was Mar ..., 1.11 4.93 ferred to Maccienny& last October.. category of routine matters.If .
U. S. citizens must obtain special observed First frost of the fall Apr. 7.81 .
I.' 3.13May His Interest In football never
I permission and meet certain was a light one on the morning
US 4.35 3.31 waned and at Frostproof lie
w I requirements. Including: a valid of October 31. The first frecBing Jane
5.53
3.93
8.58 served as an unpaid assistant.
I passport to plait the Pacific t temperature did not occur untilDecember July 1144 15.55 you were born inJanuary
7.59 Scott was divorced and his
Islands Trust Territories. t when the mercury
Aur. 843 1.17 1.13 former wife lives
U. reached 38 degrees at Waldo. They of an odd-
Sept. JUt 1989 119 had no children.
During the year there were six
Oct. 3.15 3.39 194Nor. Funeral services were held numbered year, renew
Causes Of Fire months of below normal temperatures :
3.31 143
1JH Wednesday afternoon at Kit.
rYy't Most forest fires In the United five months above and cm. Dee 888 1.11 1.34 Pleasant Baptist Church at Well. your drivers licens ;
State are caused by Incendlarltts, month average. Mean temperature
7 born with full honors at the
debris burners, and careless tmok for the year was 6S72: degrees thU month. :
Tear ...,. 84.54 51.89 graveside by the Florida ilighwsyPatrol
: ; one-half degree below the
: t en. in that order. .
tt U. average of 69 3 and Just under the .
i ten year average of 111.811 degrees. No. 3 Reece Brown

! Under Five Flags Rainfall occurred on 141 daysof public and that fire departments No. 5
t the with thunderstormson police I COUNTY JUDGE
year departments, sheriffs de.
Florida has been under five marks his flnt service as a public
92 days. Fog WM observed on .
French.Confederate .
nags Spanish. English
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10( days of the year. Tempera -
and American. -
turea" fell to freexlng or below on
ala1 18 days. Frost formed on 20 days
I
No.1 In 1884. Check Our Ability To Serve
thinking and the better our will There were 88 days of the year
ingness to accept facts the easier on which the mercury exceeded
It will be to find proper solutions. BO degree. and there were 41 days
BETTER..And
It la to be hoped that in 1X3. that temperatures fell below 40 y Our
decisions effecting the county can drivers
and will be made on facts and not DamaglDO hall fell June 20
on personalities.It 1 with scattered hall falling In Iso BETTER Prices Before You Buy!
Is well to remember that each lated arras. during a few sprint _
.q- --"" "" ".:J'':''at' : person has a right to his opinion tnunderatorma.

Ca.tl John M.Ctappi,tea .f Mr. and Mrs. f. C. Cra,,. Jr. ., I and by the same right each per Although there were many extremes BULK CURING BARNS
I.this city,WM recently awarded a ran fTJn la totton .. SLa.nt.n son can agree or diugree as his noted during the year IRRIGATION
Military Academy at Sta...... Va. I own thinking dictates. put. Suwannee County ended PUMPS, PIPES, SYSTEMS
People thus become the key to 1M4 on a warm-dry theme Heat MECHANICAL
l Tb. all foot tlw Oat cadet playrd end for Iho Aea41e-.,. In TRANSPLANTERS
this county's future for action Ing fuel bills during October
the common interest will either through December were leu than GUARANTEED USED TRACTORS
guide the community to new and half of a year ago and most of BURCH PLANTERS
Local Church Names Two
Episcopal Vestrymena finer things or keep it bogged the excessive rain water wu son
Dr.WOUam ICIer of Jasper andA. four man delegation crown to down In a maze fcf prejudice and However the Suwannee River GENUINE FORD PARTS
P. NoU of Live Oak were elect represent the local church at the backward living. was bank full from heavy December NEW FORD TRACTORS
ed to the vestry of St. Luk's Dloct ean council to be heed later This is IMS not "31. W& or rains In Its headwaters and
Episcopal Church Monday night, this month In PeniacoU Select nun 1055 and we mutt solve IHI was rowing at or near flood stagt.
replacing T D. Mel,en ton Jr. ed to represent the church were problems with INS faeta and Warm weather Just before and SPECIAL Six (Razor Blade) Plow Shares

and Louie C. Wadsworth, whose Alfred T Airth. BUI AlrUi. B. w. IMS thinking.It during the week following' Christ For Price of Five ,
three year terns on the church*, Hrlvenston. m. and Klstr. will be Interesting to see theyear mal allowed farmers to seed their
overnlnc body expired. I unfold and to have a part In tobacco beds without trouble.
At the lame meeting a church' meeting the challenges and problems Many field for crops were being -Best Service In Town-
budget for INS wai adopted and, Office ..poll** at McCrlmoa'sJ) of the new year plowed early to be ready for
spring planting In case the rest
of the winter turns out to be mild
with an advanced spring growing

McCrimon's Office Supply aeajon TEMrCBATt'RCftIlllh II


law Mean Act.
Jan. 7. 18 II..' M4))
Feb 78 14 II.(. tl.1 Suwannee

OFFICE MACHINE SALE Apr.M.... 88 IS 18 It IS.n.. '". 81.8 81.7 Valley Tractor Co.

May M 13 ...1. 71.1
J. M M 81 81.37 711J Phone 362-1721 Live OakSEMIANNUAL
.ty 18 84 ,.... ....
AM. M 78 81.18 8IJ

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Fitted. .., fljflIMsIZl. rraCAua: "_ you t-tnchM of buojaes,
"u.... Aq. MM I." bulln4 comfort. Cotton percale.
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I Bath Towels 2 for f $1.00HandTowels3for$1.00 AMI"JrCI(.U1ACTNTIM BLCe.. onus. OMAMOC., TYro HfD. .JiOW".tWlD!..

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PAGE SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, INS



New And Activities From I November Gas Tax Collection Shows Increase Four New Tobacco Varieties Meet\ .1


I THE RECREATION CENTERBy Oasollne gallon ag sold in Dade County had sales of 859,150 gal year ago and up from the $37- Standard Available For 1965 Planting
County during November 196'' Ions 214.45 paid in during October ; :
was 29.917.722 gallons with Hill Oallonage sold in Hamilton 1964. v '\:
GAINESVILLE A regional tram. Farmers should consider
borough in second place in Madison of the two cents of
County Distribution
ROY SULLIVAN, Director County was 254,344 I
testing program set up nearly two I the new varieties along with varlets -
with 15.497,209 gallons. Total County was 453,111, and in Lafayette the seven cent state tax returnedto flue- I ,... already available.
Play in the Recreation Center Round Two years ago to help Improve
sales in Florida for the month County 102.223 gallons the counties of Florida placed I
basketball for fifth and cured tobacco quality has yielded Creation of the Minimum Stan
league
Jan. 15 4:30: 1 vs 2 reached 171,243.237 gallons were sold. Ollchrist County was $23,306.30 to this county's credit.
sixth traders began Tuesday Jan. 18 5:30: 3 vs 4 Other counties over the ten just ahead of Lafayette with 115.- The 80 per cent that goes to the its first results. I dards Program baa been balled as
night All games will be playedat Jan. 19 4:30: 1 va 4 million gallon mark were Duval 609 gallons and Liberty Countywas State Road Department for construction Four new tobaccos have met a major step forward in assuring
the Coliseum and are limitedto Jan. 21 5:30: 2 vs 3 with 13.562.881 gallons, Broward lowest with only 95.176 gal and maintenance of the the standards set forth in the acceptable quality for future leaf
one hour playing time. Jan. 22 4:30: -1.vs 3 with 12,303,328, and Plnellas with county's secondary road program program and are expected to be varieties. The program is expected
Four teams are entered in the lons.Taxes offered for farmer planting in to boost V. S. tobacco in the
Jan. 25 5:30: 2 vs 4 10,498,414 gallons collected by the state amounted to 9717.70 and $2.-
league under sponsorships of Su- Round Three Sales in Suwannee\ County from November 1964 sales was 429.42 was returned to the countyfor 1963. They are Va. 115 Seight export market, and is expected to
wannee Laundry, Cheek Drug Co., Jan 26 4:30: ( Ivs 2 totaled 570.514. Columbia County $11,987,02663 with Dade County use by the Board of County O-36. Coker 296. and NC 2326. reduce some of the controversy
ICu.t'i; A & W Drive In, and the Jan.28- 5:30: ( 3 vs4 lOud 1,334,592 gallons, and Taylor paying $2,094,24054 of this am- Commissioners In the road and These four varieties become the that new tobacco varieties havo
Commercial Bank. Each team will Jan. 29 4:30: ( 1 vs 4 I ount. bridge fund.Traveling. first tobaccos to make it through met in the past.
meet each team In the league four Feb. 1 4:30: ( 2 vs 3 Florida collected $11.377.937.58 the Minimum Standards Program The program deals with only
times during the season. Two Feb. 2 5:30: 1 vs 3 November Sales from gasoline sales in Novembera Basketball agreed to by public and private new tobaccos coming on the market -
basketball teams from the Boys Feb.35:33va4Round: ( year ago and $11,304.78014 for tobacco breeders In the winter of however, and does not attempt -
Ranch defeated two teams from Four October 1964.Suwannee Team To Play At JasperA 1963, according to Shelby Brothers to evaluate varieties already -
the Center on the Ranch court Feb.54:301vs2Feb. : Tax In State County paid into the basketball game featuring the assistant agronomist Florida available.
December 31. The fifth and sixth' 8 5:30: ( 3 vs 4 state in gasoline tax during No- Arkansas Travelers All Olrls Agricultural Extension Service. Brothers said that the four varieties -
grade Ranch team won 33-6 and Feb. 9 5:30: ( Ivs 4 Near 20 MillionSales vember 1964. $39.93598, slightly 'Team and a team composed of The program calls for a set of which met the standardswere
the junior team won S4-21. Feb. 11 5:30: ( 2 vs 3 more than the 131.248.61 paid a male members of the Jasper PTA quality standards for evaluating the sole survivors from 30
The Suwannee High School Feb. 12 4:30: ( Ivs 3 in Floridafor will be highlighted at the new tobaccos and a twoyeartesting advanced breeding lines placed in
collections
tax
senior class has a dance scheduled Feb. 15 5:30: 2 vs 4 Jasper school gymnasium Saturday program to( Insure that the tests In 1963.
at the Center Friday night November million 1964 mark were with near Dade the Library Story Time night, January 9. the standards are met, Brothers Averaged yield cf the new varieties -

from 7:30: pm to 11:00: p.m. McAlpinMI Club twenty the big producer at better 'Features Indian LegendStory The contest will be under men'srules said.The ; ran from about. 2,200 to
The Saints will be on hand for County with the visiting girls teama i Variety Advisory Committee ,2,400 pounds per acre. The price
this
than four million. Other counties time will come again
the Saturday night dance. Has Christmas PartyThe well known traveling team of which administers the testIng :per hundredweight varied from
mark the Su
over the one million afternoon (Thursday) at
The director reminds all youths McAlpin 4-H Club held its basketball artists. The visiting program has not recommended about $56 to $62, with the dollar
Duval, Hlllsborough. River Regional Library
Broward.
wannee .
using the Center that shorts will Christmas were that a farmer plant not value from about
party Saturday nigh Orange and Plnellas. Out when Miss Elizabeth R. Ball will team Is playing a 200 game schedule or per acre varying
net be permitted at any sched- December 19. at the McAlpl in 45 states. plant any of the varieties men- 1.300 to 1400.
of state collections for the month tell stories about Indian legends
uled or privately sponsored dancein Community Center. Prior to the game a fish supper tioned. The committee has said .
mark .
were above the one million at 3:30: p.m.Among
the future. Oames and records that the varieties have met the Buying by cash Is good
were played the legends to be explained will be served from 6:00: p.m. until : a way
Schedule for the fifth and sixth enjoyed during the entertainment also.Total collections for the month Is "Thunder Bird", which 7:30: p.m. at the elementary standards set up under the pro- to keep your debts paid.
grade teams follows: portion of the program. An exchange school lunchroom, which Is adjacent -
were 119,956,47855 of which $4.- teaches Indian children not to
Team 1 Suwannee Laundry : of gfts by numbers rather to the gym.Townsemls.
collected in Dade and
fear thunder lightning.
Team :2 Cheek'e Drug than names added to the occaslon. 213,20723 was .
Team 3 Kent's A & W County. Next largest county i In Other tales to be told will be Low Cost Loans AvailableFOR
collection was Duval where $1.- taken from the book. Indian Will
Team 4 Commercial Bank Refreshments were served following -
917T 5.25 was paid. Collections I In Camp Fire Tales by Phillips. FINANCING
Round One
the entertainment. Broward County gained third Observe AnniversaryMr. HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
Jan. 5 5:301: v. 3 Oary Goff Is reporter for the .
with 158335799. TVs.. Wah,... Stoves Ete.)
Jan 7 4:30: 3 vs 4 group. place Vice Attends Annual and Mrs. T A. Townsend ( Dryers
Other counties over the million will observe their golden wedding Check: on our new Low Interest Rate For
Jan. 8 4:30 4
: 1 vs I.
marie were $1.506.23351 in Hills Managers MeetingC. anniversary Sunday. January 17, NEW CAR LOANS
Jan. 11 5.30 2 3
: vs The reason truth makes such
Jan. 12 5:30 1 3 borough, $$1.260.252 In Plnella, W. Vice, district manager of at their home, 2 miles northwest Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need
: vs slow progress In the world is thatIt
Jan. 14 5:30: 2 vs 4 la in competition with pretense and $1,132,696.58 in Orange, the Live Oak office of the Liberty of Live Oak with an open house Monthly Payments To Fit Your Budget
Collections for November 1983 National Life Insurance Company from 2:30: to 5:00: pjn. Everyone
ALL FINANCING BASEDONOOOD CREDIT RATING
in the state were $U,258,955,41ald attended the annual two- is invited.
for the previous month. October day manager's meeting in Birmingham Mr. and Mrs. Townsend were Come In and talk over your needs with
IRRIGATION 1964 were $18.921.05985 Monday and Tuesday, married on January 13 1915 in "THE FRIENDLY FIRST"
Suwannee County produced Approximately 100 district and the Riverside community of Lafayette .
$31,78913 for November 1964, a. division managers from five County. They have two THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
COMPLETE SYSTEMS compared to $23,970.49 paid I In southeastern states, as well as children and five grandchildren.
INSTALLED & FINANCED during November 1983. Local collections from California and Oklahoma LIVE OAK
for October 1964 totaled attended. (School Supplies at MeCrimon's)

DISTRIBUTORS FOR : 128.103.83.
Collections in Columbia County -
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS were down in November 1964

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. from the year previous as $46. "
07958 was collected this yea .'" .I' ,: r*
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS while $52,30128 was paid In las .

REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE year. October 1964 collections In r '
Columbia County were $53,864.64 .
RACE AND RACE AND Payments made In other counties k

SURE RANE FITTINGSPLAN In the area for the three
months were: ? Wherever
NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE Taylor, $37.80492 in November House-hunting
IRRIGATION NEEDS 1964; $38,64783 In October 1964:
and $30,555.55 in November 1963
ESTIMATES Madison $20,433.22 In November .
GIVENGET
1884; $16.05026 In November Sfehome with the
OUR PRICES BEFORE ,. see a
YOU BUY 1903; ..and IU.8'J1I.13 In October ,you
1964. M
Hamilton. 8376.51 in November .
HACKNEY BROTHERS 1964; $701835 In November

Phon. 752-3161 1964.1963; and $3.42281 in October Medallion iji emblem of Electrical

LAKE CITY, FLORIDA Lafayette. $2.188.74 in Novem vttBSS
ber 1964; $2,31840 in November '

FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. 964.1963/ ; and $3,26707 In October Excellence step inside for a good

Only county with lees l than Lafayette 99 ,
Phone Phone 362-2571 was Liberty where $1-

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I 2211.83 984r $1.300.57 was collected in November in November 1963;

and $1,363.09 in October 1964. lookQU( The builder e$. is proudof




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r Social Security Answers 1 BcachvilleRev. I Subscriptions WEEKLY LIVESTOCK OF THE REPORT I


(Editor's Note: These questions enough In jobs covered by social P. E. Day of Lake City were business visitors in Gainesville SUlmnnH Democrat Suwannee Liveotock Market
Lnd answers are complied by Wham security filled his appointment here Sun Thursday afternoon. Valley
M. !:&Del, District Manager I Had two services and Listed below are new subscriptions
QUESTION: : My wife hires a day. good sir. and Mrs Berschell Cason
|or the Social Security Admin- woman to come In each Friday fairly good congregations and children Dwane and Cam- renewed to the Suwannee Cattle tales at the Suwannee sold for $11.75.
lion at Vttldosta. Eanes Invites afternoon to clean our apartment.She Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haglra of my. of Jacksonville were guests Democrat from December 25 to Valley Livestock Market showed I Mixed: grades 180-310 barrows
raders to mad their questions to gets a meal and $3.50 cash Largo visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyd of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason last January 1, 1>69. slight gala at the sale on December and gilts sold for $1555: thOle
1IIL at P. O. Box 1123. Valdosta.ia. every day she works. Is my wife Odom a few days last week. week end: NEW SUBSCRimOVS 30 when $7 cattle were suctioned from 310-340 brought $1$.60: 240370 -
] Please do not mall your Inu1rIea required to report her wages for Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tldwell returned We are very sorry to learn that: Mrs.. Ethel Byrd Sarasota as compared with 42 the went for $14.70; 180-180
to this paper.J social necurltyT If so, would the home lest Saturday after Sammy, the youngest son of Mr. Jo Ann Odom BranfordMrs. previous week. Swine ssles of 550 brought $14.75; 140-180 brought
I QUESTION: Z will be 73 Innnary. value of the meals be Included spending nearly two weeks visiting and Mrs. Don Odom, is a patientIn W. A. Norris Sanford hogs for the same date were down $1430: 120.140 sold for $1350;
I will earn $4.000 In the Suwannee County HospitalIn from the previous week when 8U 100.120 brought $1350 and 80-
ANSWERWhenever: a household Rev and Mrs M A TIdwell James M Dunaway, Canton ;
b<<5. If X make my claim now worker 1s paid cash wages of i and children of Richmond. Va. Live Oak but hope he will soon ment were sold. 100 went for $13.00.
1:11: I be able to get any of my at least $40 in a calendar quarter Mrs. L. J. Cannon and grand be much better.Remember SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED All dames met a good demandIn Most sows 180-400 pounds
ecks for next year* must be made. In prayer meeting each an active trading session. Both brought
a report your :I son Austin Cannon II were John Moxley. Rt.. L. O. $1105-11188: 400-600
ANSWER: You will get every case cash wages of $3.50 per week ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Mr. B. Q. Bell. Waycross, O.. slaughter and feeder-stocke: pounders sold for 'IO.O.tIUS;
[eck for the year. There Is not for a 13-week calendar Quarter Warren near Branford Sunday. Miss Brenda Terry student John L. Boyd Tarpon Springs classes were too few In one or while boars went for $7 00.
on the amount of earnings I would produce cash wages of less John Tldwell who recently enlisted nurse at the St. Vincent HospitalIn Dill Thompson O'Brien both weeks to accurately teat Medium and good feeder pigs
[>u are allowed to make bcgin- than $!V' O. You would not need I to In the U. 8. Army left Wed Jacksonville spent the holidays I I W. L. Tedder L. O. price trends. under 70 pounds brought $15.75-
n.: with the month you are 73. report her wages. Only cash wages nesday. His parents Mr. and Mrs. with her parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Honey Rowland Cheater. Near 80 per cent of the supply $1950 while those from 70-110
(QUESTION: If a man dies count. Items such as room and W. K. Tldwell accompanied him U C. Terry. Va.Mrs.. cleared: to feeder-stocker accounts pounds brought $15.00-$19.35.
ring a widow age 87 with no ward, bus tokens etc., would not to Jacksonville where he met other We are very sorry that Roger D O. Walter. Wellborn while about 40 per cent of the Those over 110 pounds sold for
klldren, win she get a monthly be considered: In determining newly enlisted men and went Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T A. K. Black Lake City total were calves. $15.75-11775.
leek If she's disabled whether she had been paid $50 to Camp Jackson, S. C We are Terry U on the sick list We mIN Pete Vann. McAlptn Vtlllty slaughter steers sold for One sow with seven pigs
SWER: A widow without But If she Is given cash for bu going to miss John very much In him so much at. Sunday. School. Seaboard Air Line Railroad 814.00-$16,00 with one high cuter brought $73.00 for the lot
Idren can't collect monthly fare or gasoline, this must be included our Sunday School and church.Mr. Tallahassee bringing $1100.I .
for herself until she's 03. In the total paid. C. C. Hemphll Standard heifers sold for $It.*
f'CU and Mrs. Activities Of Girl Mrs. Thelma Atwell Branford Cube>> Are Protected
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-'&1.25IUIII1
; brought $1300-
can collect the lump-sum QUESTION: I am going back and son Wayne and Mrs. Bonnie Mr. A. II. Meeks. Jacksonville
atl payment however A wld to west and have to hire a housekeeper Edwards all of Gainesville and Scout 417 W. 8. Ward. McAtpln $15.00; and cutters went for If a bear looks small don'tshoot
,..00-1117. It. Any bear less than one
cant get disability payments to look after my children. Mr. and Mrs. Lavaugn Swalls and Lee C Willis m., U O.
Olrl Scout Troop 417 took High to year old and less than one hundred
m her husband's record. But. This win be the first time I have son of Cocoa were guests of Mr. partIn Scott Furniture" Co, U O. canner average cutter -
activities sold from .00-110 while pounds In weight Is defined
many during the cows $
might collect from her own! bad to hire household help. How and Mrs Willie Beach Sunday Mrs. M. A. Ollara. L. O.
month of December. few huh as a cub bear and cube
Among them a canner and cutter are protected
rd If she's worked long win I report her wages and pay Mrs. Leggett of Jacksonville also W. L. Nobles, Ocala
were a party at the Elks Lodge on lilts went at $13.00. at all Um ..
visited a short time Sunday 8. P. Tucker Rt. U O.
: .
entertained December with a quis held by Standard calves sold for tiS 00.
O. D. Beach W. E. Maughan L. O.
Mrs ohnle Lee Porter's patrol. A $18,75 and a few utility calves Protect rustic furniture fromnsects
with birthday dinner Sundaybanoring Mrs.R. B. Skeen, Rt. I., O.Mrs. .
a Christmas party was held with a brought 113.50-11J.00. with a cost of varnish.
the birthdays of herfather.ln. Perry Hall, 1. O.
dance and a tree fixed for One food veal brought' $1$50.
STUMP BROTHERSCASH -....., T. P. Beach her square C W. Cot bin. Rt., O'Brien I
I the children's ward at the Su Oood feeder-stocker steers sold
husband O. D. Beach and her Mrs. Myrtls II. Barbar Branford -
DO YOU HAVE AN
Nash of wannee County Hospital by Jenny for $1575-tl750 while standards
granddaughter Sandra Ross's patrol. The patrol of Sills went for $14.50-U 00.
& CARRY Newberry Their birthdays are Mrs. J. D. Strange. Jacksonville Alcohol Problem?
Muorrovt worked on government Utility heifers sold for $11351375 -
nearly together. Other guestswere A. B. Townsend RI.. I. O.
Mrs. Luther Adklns. Mrs. badges and visited the State $ and Inferiors for $a 00- We now have In Live Oak

Materials of Newberry. OM 1cLeyon Capitol In Tallahassee 1150. an AA Group ready to
Building Bill Bsrtley nOW And Arrow-Gun
Johnle Lee Porter's patrol had Standard cows sold for $11.25$12.70 -
Beach and daughter, Debbie help rOUt
a three day camp out In Dixie A fait draw with a bow and arrow : one utility went for $10-
300 S. Patterson Street and Bill Webb. UflH. of County over the holidays. Rep-<< might be difficult but It's 25: Inferiors sold for 17.75-11000: WRITEP.

Phone 242-5568 Charleston.Mrs. Luther 8. C Adklns.. and others.Mrs Jack resentaltves from each patrol as* considered a gun just the same one low utility oow-catf pair went O. Box 591,
and listing at the Elks Christmas dinner In Florida's wildlife regulationsthe for $1535. LIVE OAK
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Kennedy and daughters. Jan were Lee Williams, Becky Edwards I term "gun" refers to shotguns Good calves sold for $1500-
Beach OR
and Mrs. Sanford CONTACT YOUR
Gall Stanley Hopkins Sylvia rifles, pistols, air guns gas 1700; standards brought $1450
[4 x 8 Xl,." Interior Plywood O CC.Jv lusgrove, Pam Klaumsn Johnle 'guns, blow guns croubowi. and I $It.35; a few utility went for Physician or Minister

Per Sheet ..........................................$ -. Charity Board Elect Lee Porter, and Terry Fortner ,bows and arrows.. 1135-111.78; and one Inferior

New Officer At MeetThe

14 :x 8 x ',s" Exterior Plywood 2.82 Board of the Associated

Per Sheet .._........................N............. Charities met at the first Presbyterian -
Church last Thursday

:x 8 x V C.D. Sheathing Plywood 0 00 morning with Mrs. R. V. Hutchinson -
the elec-
Per Sheet ............................................ 0.&*) prealdlJdurtn'
tion of W.officers.Mrs. W Hunter was reelected Valiant

:x 8 x >'e" Pref. Msgh. Plywood l 4.80 j president and Mrs. O. M. Plymouth :

Per Sheet -. Todd treasurer Mrs. Morgan
Miller was elected vice president

x 8 x V Sheetrock'C TAPer Miss Morn Brorsen. secretary,
4U.U! and Mrs. N. 8. Button clothing
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center chairman. $2004?
Mrs. U P. Hickman and Mrs. ear
[Built-in-Oven and Cook Top 149.95 W. W. Hunter reported on the

Each -.......N., .. ,,.. ., ..+........... ases the organization helped
during the month. .

Rockwool Insulation 3" Af AA Y 1R

Per M ..*.?---.--.-- .. 'II. her social security tar
.j. ANSWER: : Tou can get our .

15 lb. Asphalt "BIRD"Per 1 AT pamphlet "Boc al Security* and .\ .....' .
Your Household Employee, from
Roll ...... L ,, ruji, _... l."D any Interns Revenue or social

security\ office. Th pamphlet has ..& 'I .
,'* x 9" Vinyl Asbestos TileEach .10 a ...,-.rr card which you tan 1 1, }g'.

._............_. mall to the District Director of Valiant 100 2-dr. sedan
Internal Revenue. He will send

Bird 2351 T. B. Shingles 7C fOU complete Instructions along b .

Per Sq.-..,-.. O.IJ with UM report form. and
QUESTION: : My husband a ;r-
I were separated but. not divorced
12" x 12M Plain Ceiling Tile' AA1/ when he died. I have heard The full is low.
Each .VJ2 hat a lump sum death payment price
Ie supposed' to be made. Please

4 x 8 and 4 x 9V*" Treated Sheathing explain this.ANSWER.
Per M 47.00Theae : You can get the The down payment is low.
lump sum Oath payment only if
you wr living together with the

Prices Quh F.O.B. Our Warchoutt wage earner when he died Otherwise
this payment win be applied The monthly payment is low.

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PACE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY.. JANUARY-- 7..r

No.1

numerous boards and committees
He was named Man of the Year
In Suwannee County 1958.
Alrth Is an outstanding church- ,
man. He served as Chancellor of
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida
from 1957' thru 1092 and on five
occasions has been a lay delegateto ,
.5
his church general convention
He served as a trustee for +
the University of the South at yrv'r
Bewanee, Tenn., from 1948 until
1963 and I is currently serving as a '
member of the vestry of st. '
Luke's Episcopal Church In Live 1 1q)1
Oak ,, A
During World War II, Alrth 1r ,/ 1I
served as an air combat intelligence Q
officer on an aircraft carrier
In the Atlantic and Pacific
fleets. He has maintained his
commission In the Navy and Is t> P
now Reserve a commander in the Naval

Alrth is currently serving as a
director of the First National
Bank, the North Florida Tele- Al \ ;
phone Co., and the First Federal
Savings and Loan Association ,
He has served as a state director S r
of the Florida Tuberculosis \
and Health Association and of
the Florida Children's Home Society -
S
Alrth Is married to the former \H
Elizabeth Rogers of this city.
Sellers Is a native of Leon
County and graduated\ from Leon
High School. He received a BS
degree from the College of Agriculture -
at the University of FlorIda -
In 1959 and an LLB degree
from the College of Law in 1962
While at the University, he wasa ; ;
member of the Student Body
Executive Council, the Student
Body Honor Court Ag Council,
Baptist Student Union Alpha
Gamma Rho social fraternity,
Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, 0.r
and the John Marshall Bar Association -
He also served a term
as orientation chairman for the
Student Religious Association
Sellers holds memberships In
the Third Circuit Bar Association,
the Florida Bar, the American TT 4 "

Bar, the Florida Academy of Trial ..
Lawyers, and the American Association -
of Trial Lawyers. He Is
admitted to practice in all Florida -
courts and the U. S. District
Courts in Florida.He .
la a member of the Live Oak
Klwanls Club, tilt Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, and the University -
of Florida Alumni Assoc PROORESS.
stun He Is a member of the Advent -
Christian Church
While in high school, Sellers
vas active In 4-H and Boy Scout
work and he Is an Eagle Scout .
In 1954, he was a member of
I
:Florida's 4-H dairying team that
j
placed first at the International
Fair and Stock Show In Chicago .
In 1955, he and CIne other 4-1
Club member were selected to "
represent the United States at
the Western Hemisphere judging \
contest held in Jamaica. The U '" people many people striving
,
a team was first In the contest : ,: Sis
.. .
and Sellers received the trophy "',. ; _
awarded the Individual with the

highest In 1057.score the Sellers family was to do their best. Progress Is you : f,

selected Leon County's outstanding r:

farm family. .
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U Sellers S. Army served Reserve six: years and receivedan In the and I, at our jobs in the home, In the 'L

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honorable discharge In January
,
1883.He ,'. i ,5 5 :" I
Is married to the former '. .

Norma N. C. Jean Moore of Lenoir, ." field, at the office or shop doing

Lewis la the son of the late I ...
Sheriff Hugh Lewis and Mrs.
Lewis and U a graduate of Bu-
wannee High School in the class 'individual part to make our com > 4 Piz
of 1953. While a. student here, he
was a student council representative -
for four years, a letterman
o nthe 1951 and 1952 football : bettor '
munity families
teams, a member of the Key Club our happier
and 8 Club, and served as home
coming chairman In 1952
He attended Massey Business
College, Florida State Universityand
H'
the University of Florida. At
FSU. he majored in governmentand
was graduated In 1980 with aBS

degree. We are proud to have apart : tai
t
Lewis married the former Emma : : _
Lu Hicks of this city In 1955 .f
and was manager of McMulten
Appliances here from 1955 to in building a better
1958, when lie resigned to enter
law school at the university.
He graduated from the University Suwannee County.
;
of Florida College of Law
with a LLB degree In 1983 Lewis
finished In the upper half of his ';.,': .
class and while at the universitywas \'.
a. member of Delta Theta .t a.: 9 kg '
Phi legal fraternity and the John 'yr eY q ,
Marshall Bar Association, serving "
'. '
as a vice president of the latter "
..
organization : 0:' .
;. :;
Lewis ls a member of the Third ;I..>'r' ':'1-i ,, !1f"' l ;: .; .
: :
Circuit Bar Association, the FlorIda -
Ear the American Ear and : ,,'if ie; S. '
the Florida. Academy of Trial
h',
Lawyers He is admitted to practice ... . ..
in all Florida. courts and be :-' .. ,. .
,fore the U. 8. District Courts in
Florida I
The young attorney Is serving
as county campaign chairman for
ill the March of Dim**, as vice prell-
dent of the University of.Florida
;r Alumni Association, and Sa l a
,l member of the Live Oak IClwanls 'S
Club, the FSU Alumni .AasoclaUon. -
and the Lire Oak Junior

Chamber Lewis la of a Commerce member of the ,
SU111 DEMOCRAT
Church of Christ. ;. !

The myth of human equality '; y '
i JooU nobody but those who yearnto ,
be fooled.





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