Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00267
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00267
 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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o 7)THINKING ouT LoUD ,, September Flood ,Dominates 19Boy '64 CouSty News

With ...... C Waaswerttt .
School Board Names 15 HComittce

Scout Charter Renewal Presented $l ere Monday Night
Big problem. .. ___ ___ 't
TIM more one airs Into \be To Stud P itV1u1OR\ t
many, many facets of modem h' ; Tr A I
edIcaUoa.be more convinced h. Hurricane Dora with its dltfwannee that flooded

or she becomes that It U perhapi Live Oak and many other areas County made

the greatest problem facing Uu headlines throughout the nation as wen as abroad to become -

people \lSlIIaUon and u Oovcrooi Prtlickn'LJndoD the major news event of 1964 In this county. It was

B.Burns Johnson both see It to be, on September 12 that a new 24-hour& record for rainfall
Radon statement mad was established here and resulted
based on recent
In much of the buisnes district
I in major appearances.I Feebler Pig Sate
of Uve Oat being flooded

Oofernor address Bum placed In major hit Insugu-stress here Termed Success Damage wss In the millions and I
ral repair work still on as this
on the problem of education and. Feeder. pig sale are ....1.'
from disaster
city rebounds Its wont
thU week President Johnson sent In 8.wann.e County and the In history
to Congres UM most eomprthen- one 'held here Jsaaary I al theSuwtnaee Second Importance from" anew
bill In the history Valley livestock
lift edvcaUon aid '' J
standpoint wit a year
Market was no eieepUoa Ur the
of the nation.
concern over the plight and condition
education U UM foundation HIT sliw geld sre.f ht a gr Mef
That of this county's schools. A I
on which a greater society UMIMS.Total ,survey made In December' IMS by
welibt sf the pits I
must depend appear crystal was !a state team pointed! to many doflolenclei -
., II..IU with
placed panda
t&cremaea poverty '
for Ignorance
clear 1 tn the urstem indicating \
and poverty can and often the a'..,. welihl' per head that accreditation was In j

does bring misery.To la the phete en the left. DM 1&aIMt.ft.. Bay beet 6 trl l eemmlMlenfr i., the Sswaaaec Uver District ls. shew II." peands.The danger December saw high, .

provide oar children with pewcsjUng a charter renewal for Trap JU .. Ute .... Baymend vTUte i flat eerier while Seeatmaaler Lee W. tamer front rtgkt, pigs. sold for a* average schools at Live Ok and at Branford .
ef ....S !"
good education to a must ta the toeJU ... !. the back r.. are member ., UM treep rera..a.... Ttey sea left .. right. ...... C. Waaswerta, Graver llaekaef, Alfred and price far .an average per .,parade 111 ft removed from the accredited I

world of today for a good elation T. Alrth and Ilsrtey M. Brown ......u,.. ........... CewiwJttee. member* ak eat when the pletare wa taken were A. F. Nell and N. B per bead. tut
U worth far more today than 8t Lake' Epktcopat Ckerth with __ ........ The past year was ..1t'CUorear
Rethis*. Trap 1M t* peaored her by rUilp apes to aU ors ef the .t,. Tt chartetwa a
fortune. Bad management and wa much In UM
U a fortune erlftsally awwed M Nevenbrr INS end the one received' Monday wUI espies October 31. INS.
and judImeIean dissipate a McDowell Named) news as esndldsUa in city state,
but an education remalni In the pk.t.1. the rtgkt several SMnhers of the trap are show.. Tkiey are.left to rt.... front raw, Roy II............ Rleky Breeden, I and national races mad their

thru the Jtara. !!. .. Harris and Tnsiy CasMre.. Met raw left .. gabs, Mark Or..M4. Mile Feadea sad Beeatmacter Lee (Be) Camtre.. (eo...- pleas. for votes. Interest here was

I am not one of those that sea eral Staff ......) ; Director North i normal! and a number of officeholder

an education as an end to problem I won new term* without

*. To me education b a means Fla. opP llUon.
to an end and should be used as Annual Meet Fair Seminar I Here Fund-Raiting Powder PuftMotlicrsScniors Telephone A review of new as carried In

any other asset., such a* capital. this newspaper during the yearrevests
toots and tht other Ingredient Croup January 22 Gridiron ClassicTo many Interesting Item :

that go Into successful operationof on.. annasl wweUng-. of tte Monday Night Here by months are thumbnail l''

a business or the successful I....... Gut Fair AMeeI- versions of whst happened durIng '.tl
practice or a pI'QIJII' --. atkn win te teM Friday after Well Attended Be Played I Here I Saturday Night 1(44 In Buwannee County }]I

how state and federal aidkm ne.av .Jaaftary IS. ., I:" .... The school board and county V
fit Into the school picture In .. the Cesxfereace Reesa at Iswaanee UVX OAK Special More Senior girls their mother and other women of the commissioners took action In J

his county still is to be detcrmlntd. Valley ElecUts OsepefaUio .. than 70 lawmen firemen and Inaurance city will five their all Saturday night In a powder puff, early January thai assured construction ,

for regulattona go with such teadeaarter. Leal C.Wadawwrtk. agents learned about arson football tame at the local high school football field! at. gymnasium' and i

aid and failure to aecept UM ......... ef tte detection explosives, and the Kickoff'time .U 7:30 p.m. and the mothers Indicate they auditorium at Douglass tltghBchool '' t.
regulations can and win lead te mid here this week. handling of Uqulfkd petroUvn by each pleditng It.MOM
reap are willing to accept tore muscles In order to raise money
denials of such educational aid. Tte meting to .... to Ut. gas In emergencies, at a Stan I for the annual senior trip coming of their share ot race track fund

Much has been written here ta general pare sad say clUsrata Fire Marshal-sponsored Beralnai up later this year. Several prominent county of for tte project.
recent monlhi about the attuatton Ite ....a' ean and Is H- In Uve Oak City Han Mot.dsj, pedals and business men have County ftemmlsiionsra at UIInf-
m Buwannee County and no ... .. .,arU....... In ... anal.esrta. night agreed to serve a* cheerleaders for ctrl netting of the year ataoauthoftatd
doubt a vast amount win be written .. .f. tdTln Larson U State Tress, 'r'f'komf9CommltlH To the another team. A gala half the purchase of I M
to* tile ......'SM.UM. more 1 -....* ...SMkSV* .*44Breetore a'Thais ----- ............ ;"T ... ..... ." e --ears......buss garsa.d. sad acres aa a site.. for the 41acnm\le. .
tfclnf. Into probfema faclng acbool .r named! at the Fire and polio off slab attended .. .Be-Vr..t.ftI.flfnT. cense****.,,stsnda rut vp rato al W t .:ida--: br*, '1r'- '''
officials me I'MW to my appreciation mea g1. Offtoere ef ... .....- from seven counties In FsrataUen ef a eessaaltlss towetoeea full Mart. slats
ef the magnitude and ..... are chsun frees thus eluding ....&DIW. and saw twi I now ,........ to Ikto Admission tot the daub eon- (A basketball game ws plsyed
cope of the matter. ceased .. Us .... color flbns. ene on IJ f as hand, all was ......... here tbs. tat has "been set at '1.00 for this week In the Douglass Oym.

Governor Burns has Indicated ling and UM other on high u., week by* II... Al w...... slresl.destt adults. 10* for students cheap Indeed I Bids and were"new too bid Mih were on the called laboratory for

be will pnsecit a new school plan plosive and demolition.>> ef led Mal leaser w..- to see Sheriff Duke MoCslUster f recently
state legislature and Con- also beard Jacksonville, aalsCtab. Recce Drown
to UM Garth Nobles Is They and Judge
Other January Items the
mat now has the presldentH Deputy Fire Marshal Turner W Flasl plies for ... poles. avert as cheerleader, the tponsors .. T, McOOWKU.Dlmtort saw '
wta te dew.l..ed at martial first of three mass pals ImmtinN
measure under study. But there Butthart discuss anon detection a said. of the North Florida
titian days conducted under
are problems In tola county that New President preservation of arson evidence, WitSaid. Probable starting lineup for the Telephone Company at a beard< sponsorship of UM ate oak Rotary
only UM people!' of this county and other tech iCws in fir mothers; Yvonne Ward ten end, meeting held here January I
can and should ..... DShlbhand anon InvestlgsUon. pert .f barfaese men ef ... city KUssbtU Cundlff. left tackle; named & T lIeDu..1Ih.. Club Road! a hearing by th.rout. llhoPlat. .

That U why M Important thinInterest Kiwanis Club W, K. Ragadsto, doctor of the wH te aeeded for Ute prsgramto Wanna Mae William, left guard.: eompan,'. board of directors teserve of 1.10 Department Ulna Auwanne on )
Increase In an school DivUton of Explosive and Radiological bead. ... ...... Judy Mitchell center) llssvl Tyson the espired term of the Isle ant the donation of 1300
matters 01 the county and that Safety, talked on high ..- II to pUaned that meastereef right sward; Msdelrn Bsuam Fred J, amen Otto WttUUIn. IK. County
Slather the
the Recreation by
parents IM'cUa0 tAU ft greater plosive handOng. and Robert C.Onelmer. Ite Saris grMip vii efl ... right tsekl; Caroline llsrt. preeldent the company, an. to .
Junior Woman's Club.
Interest In schools. I director of the U new ideals present gifts right end, Rachel Bailer, Ull- noufMvd this week, rAt
I hare aC&.tadedaI..ua.. .. ....... sad County tommtssioneri si their
with pe&ranlln the past week as ... .. gss division r il*wed procedures ham local bnlai back: Darlene Ward, wlniback.ean the same martini WetUMnsaid February meellnsj authorised. ns-
have other members of the advisory -- relating to handling ess and gas .ilfi.. lbs aeweeeser to Ibis Johnson blocking back!; and the board increased the annual totlsllons for the purchase of ft
the equipment tn emergencte ...,. Cdnelle Newton fullback SubUlulet dividend from It cettts to UM ltshhe.kn.Ileer
At sites five sere plot on
"Operation Boom Dsy", denonstrtttng Ice,.. POI SlewUad Is serving tiled Include Sara Aa.tsLymite t2 cents per share to all *ioek.
turnout was encouraging meetings at ethers tiUUsation of high efptosrvea. as ......... ........ with Iltngson. and Inn holder The new dividend rate In for conjunction a recreation with development the

disappointing. These was shown. Mrs, Wvasaa T___. Mr*. Wright. Wymsn Townsel will teUM *U1 te effective with, the
are being continued by the committee (Ne, 4 >*ll.e.4 eaj Page .>
the Insurance law and fire officials Mattes Ward. Mr. Alvta Pam, coach and Oayl MeCrlmon brit dividend approved for par
to order that It and the n ".aI\IW. Hamilton.MadUon. ..... Temp Dents aad Mr. will serve as water boy mrnt en January II.

school board might of have those who "'fa,"". Union DUie.IN Bifly Brown a* members ef Ute Bmlor tints are 'I p eU>4 to McDowell ha been with North Male Chorus To
benefit of opinions to adequate .. S CeoUaavd en Page 4> i .....t.... IN.. 4 c.......*! .. r... 41. Me.. I CentlNMd. en rage IITtlrrliton
took I* the county provide
schools for their children.
When one considers that only Present Concert

ate of each school dollar spent Schools Must Continuously Improve
a this county to from local sources

the dependency ef this. county --. -- Here I I Saturday

pee an to stale clear.mnctpal and. Federal aaatstenet Changing World And Times RequireNew The ".. Peteriburg. Mats! Chorus

John .Johnson accepted I t.. Atallnble. At llotpllalCaMe I under UM direction of Jdhn.

our request that be prepare I Courses Be Added Old Revised Reynolds wOl primal a concert
# ; and ..Waf.... al
mew ft* r'Wes on rand.ryIN. of sssred
.. I a.W.d e* Fag 41 J i n% By Sake J. J"-, ........... .*....... Illgk. khan, -:''T-T the First Methodist Ch rh here
,fit b.s Past performance, if they area rood criteria show .. Bsturdsy ewnlng al Tae ,-
Week :.,., that achoolg will have to continue to Improve year after The shervs to known thruoutrtortds

Jayccc KOBLU llefll and PAW year if they are to keep up with the present trends of fof their here fhrsible win taleats.Their bu ado.
public education. New fields of study are win Introduced A proves
ef farottlhyaiM
To Be Observed president Oarth Nobler tte Uve was Oat Installed Events a* eta rapid rate and aa each of these fields art put, ipeclsl, sacred arrangsnwnls and sveular choral*/

Into operation they open other and even a barber shop
rrsetde&t Frank ,Cab at aa Installation tenets* musts
Bute Jaycee new areas to te esptored.We cannot area or our tystem ef education.but quartet medbnr.
featured apeaktr held Friday" aight January I. at
WO be UM
, Foster Bchool Cafe upset to cover every field in we mast eipand the program John Reynolds 'U" prominent to
cttasaberef the Buwanneo High
at the annas Junior U.Oovrrnor our schools ae some ds not Ot this to meet. UM needs' Saw students.Al the south M a choral director.aelotft .
Oamawtee bosses night tan- teria. Walter 3. Parts Jr.,
the present time plan are and send Lade. Ito to mia..
CUll neat ".,..., January XI.a ., DtrVrton Four Florida
the local Mason** Ttmptc Dutrtet ef Eventant a Duroc Con.reu Wal underway to broaden the program r, islet ef mote al the ... Fetsra
here .. a1aScbIIc" member of the JackswrrtOe S3- at tout ends of the scale Al one borCbrlet Memorial MethsdUiChuish. ,
.....,. appearance d
ef .,.... wars elide wants Club was UM kostaBing efftoer. Return,,, In 1966 end .to the preparatory. program 1 This summer he was the
ndsy and conunae ttve Oak woo ..*.... ae tte for those who plan to go .. to aUIJI..*... for UM Florid.

wffl Hubs tegtt Saturday night.Tjmnf Other emorrs tusUOeal with .... tar UM IMd a aha e lira coQega or technical school. At h ; Methodist LaysMAl Itetrsat at
night to an anmsal h.dare .- Noble were Claude Vtoa. first Dares Cwstgnea by Ite efftaeee. the ether end are those who wish 'w Lsesburg.Tte .
, ........ their education In 8.- choral KM appeared many
Junior Chambers Ifcr** TIM president: V. B. Brown. ae.- end ...... .. fill aM te eosnptote rr +
a ......... SI UM Stephen Ptttlee Memorial
and recognises em end vice uistd ni: John Itamp- car ears *4 wannee County times
..4wws.. n the aim* of ton third star president: and U T.... ..... siagrsn to teM In Let as took at these I we programs .to white Springs and teecner

I oisp1o.,... A weclalteas C. CPrtsl Darts sscretarytreasMoater ,...*... ., *..* yes*. and their vakje to SuwntA sccttaM ef the staU.Fvalisre .
tray jtyeee award wffl te ....- O..ty ..* heal M ... Cm sty. t.HJ.e same .. UM ._***.. c...., Pat+..l |Mv <. aiM. of the grvos. atFre4ie
sod.ef bee the eats year. the meeting of the board ef dlrelors tte grew sa INS sad Pal year the preparatory program. we ..* with the '.......... ef *. K. laeajtgMMry, same ., CaMe V. ....*..*'. be dim..

t and a > ngwMMd aerrtoo award far tte cask m sAfiUen te the wed te tte wed scab ...- awast give err Madam an even TV ef Ute oak ... ajlSMete a tree seoeietisei *4 UM avUtetteav red Pert W, Fradertske aadstornsMs.

r wfll te piiaanted U > yearn men efftoera kssUIM at taw saeettng. b. fer UM ..e.Mi.T chow to compete with stadenufrwm t.nisl al a ....... ftvf. ., Mifleliei sets to a portal ., unit Fred W Martinto
major ..- are Jwrfee Stosee ...... Dr. Donald /. ....... xisaiaiil S>* after areas er thstr chaaee the asecsapaiust.Tte
ef the pity who made k aVsea for wtfl te United. OsUkesa .... awesome Cew:: .4y HmftUt jtetitttST.Ja Rev. sjplvey ....... earn.
-.,. U ..., BUI ",",. Haut re. kreeder ., OBrtos. a success
Ithtbn i. me aommsjoKy wars Arthsjr .....,... John ...... ed 1M .......W ... are fan ever-flewtac and k .*rT.il....... tt CaMe TV.....I*poaiitsej .*!U oasts kf ef the MethedM ChureJI bear

Iht the ...,.. Week, the na. Adkks. and Asjfcrey fwwtar. ISM ...... this ....,.. Md fr only the ......, prepared stadcwt ......... mud M>. red Mrs Jaaae T KfcsgM*. the ....*....e fill aid thai UM sterve was svr* ta

DIIrtDC ". .,....- .. __ IIyoung tang prcaULcnl.Fiograsa ItetMdWarn ...... can swrrlK tte eewrse art al tteeotkgo eaMe rest ae tho pMore ....... le.4sny esi are Mt to HgM. please SwwaiuMe Coaaty .sense.Jona .
..... ..... men ef Asa- thaw at the meetingfmtarwd F*-.. ........ fill ...... Oetunt ft student wiosOegs Mrs ,... HeitMevsav prmieat. .f ... ....." Mrs .. T. ...- Wads chairman a< 1M

w"-- UIIIr f astifl.Bsmt" .. a report by This wneemed the Maras c..Mf I ereVef ) .to only UM ant srpXsepa pew.a\ ...... ef the a....,,.i TV ...mMi.*. acid Mss Lea MHhedlst wag Oak. syansaitao
sic ho' .. ........ earn SM3 Comers-.s pe.sdd Ibis Ite Kwdert thereto the Site shared ftstMaraaee bars.....
.... astora Is Hswles who eofSned. he -? aM M IM ....... 11.Nembt Mg stop as maay ttunsmnd fall seasse leaMMav twaenl asaoagw ef te am Mil.Twa ttokst. were maW brtok; ...., aIsrg >
and bf
H. CPwro Day magMS at Navels frees ft basal wk ......... sad ..
Orate aad plane fer ... ete yea WO apwsw IN marlrt 0M eoflege Irvvi e* acj4evsISte. ..... to eipeetest,te Swap.
. pre........sM ef the led erganma-"' akne that began Jaawary L ..... I Ceartksani c*> Pate II tee .... ft aeUe.l boo two eels lOessesral Melt Fte4e> the salad gawp


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Ottl&l About This FLORIDA'SFarm ,It Happened In


And ,Suwannee County, Florida

That FrontBy .

1915-1940-1955 .

We Intend, In 1965. The newspaper realizes that Education, spelled

with a capital E, has become even more sacrosant
Taking took of the :year just ended, and Doyle E.
than the Bible, motherhood, and even the American
making Plan and predictions for the :year just C.nnetFlorlda Taken From The Fife Of .
Flag in the modern day: concept, but there
beginning 1* more or leas traditional on this day:
for Individuals and for newspapers.The should be checks and balance on even the most was well represented in I THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

sacred and worthy enterprises. the year-end edition of The Packer '-
:year Just ended, we feel, has been more I I
than adequately: reported and discussed. The :year Neither Oov. Burns, his successor: nor the people a leading trade journal of the
of the the model free orange Juice atand native of Greece. Man of the Year
much what make of }'aorld$ will have any means shaping fruit and vegetable Industry. 1915D.
win we
just beginning be pretty state's educational policies because of the staggered Titled "Preview for 'liS". this Tuesday being operated by the local Jayceebody : for his unselfish service to hi

of It as we go along, so predictions are generally nine year terms set up. Issue was published in a tabloid D.the Musgrove brick tone on building near the state toe a few adopted county. Taacrioe became

nights of fancy. andthat' format of 8 sections. Page 1 news bought fledge miles north of Jennings In Ham the eighth man te be so honored
That was the real peril of the and grocery stock of W. a
Flans? ilton County since 1940 the this began
featured the uncertainty among :year paper
of the debate between Street and
the basis present West Howard
We think the best plans are the basic plans growers in all] parts of the country singling out a citizen to recognise

of living, that don't vary: much from situation to Bryant and Burns.Regardless : created by: the muddled out- charge Immediately well known Mrs Frank Folds entertained for civic contribution.
Is a
situation, whether for a newspaper or individual.So of who wins In the threatened look of the farm labor situation. Mr. Musgrova has been successful members of her bridge club at her Others have been Fred J. Orion

we would like to set forth our Intentions on court action hinted by the Incoming governor, the Farm labor experts are skeptical I :young man who thing he has undertaken home Wednesday. Mrs. F M. T. J. Fletcher T. T Scott Seward

this, first day of 1988, not u New Year's resolutions people of Florida have already lost they have that the newest wage minimums I in and every say that be is going Greene Jr. won high prise. Mrs Fleet. Rec Mill. L. J. Day.

because resolution usually are things we lost another of their once cherished rights of self and working conditions set to conduct a first-class grocery George Dexter second high andfloeting and J. D. Henry.:

determination and the right to control an agency by Labor Secretary: WlUard Wires poise to Mrs. Mahon
haven t been doing that we will, or vice veraa. store and markets
There nothing much new In our plans. financed by their taxes. win solve the problem of enough ----- Rees. Persons living outside the city
workers for harvesting Job. limits will have their
Auburndale Star used water rates
We intend to serve our community and our The Universal film now
be Spessard Holland was guest of
General seems to raised
r. opinion and will receive no fire,
readers to the best best of our capabilities, presenting by the Dreamland Theatre an
the Labor department' crash popularevery the local Rotary Club Monday protection, action taken by t!
a dally: diet of news of Interest, whether Credit Due Many program to recruit domestic labor making that' house more how clear noon and made a fine address on City Council provided for

from the courthouse the state house the White Bartow came within a breathless inch. Christmas will be a flop and It won't be long the day canvas: The, scene and the subjects the increased Importance of civic day: night. The fire departmei,
the back house. door will be thrown clubs In the American scene of be
House or before the will not allowed to answer any:
night, of having its; name added to the list of are well selected. Lucille Love,
We intend to treat each news item Individually wide open to Importation of for Installments living. fire alarms after April I that are
shorn in -
United State cities where lawless mobs have rioted which I 11" being
on Its merits, and to treat Individual persons elgn worker under the U. S. fills the outside the city remits
out of control That this city escaped that onus Immigration statutes now that on Monday nights, Announcement was made' in
the same way, without regard to race, religion
occupation or social standing (whatever that is). Is attributable to several factors. the "Bracero Law", (PI 78) has bouse. Washington Wednesday that, an Dr. G. A. Lee win speak on the
The potentially ugly situation grew rapidly allotment of $21.000 to the SU-
expired. cultivation of camellia at the
We refuse to be intimidated by self-seeking An announcement: X wish to
from a brief scuffle between two police officers A* things stood at the end of wannee Electric Cooperative As- Live Oak Garden Club's meeting
persona whether patrons of our paper or not; but announce that I have bought back
and a nan being ,arrested in East Bartow on a December, 1"lor14a'1 hourly wage oclatlon. local REA unit. The Friday. January 21. Dr. Lee Is a
Intend to audience to business of the Live Oak Drug
at the same time we give the
minimum had been set at 95 cents money: will be need Superintendent
charge of drunkenness. The prisoner and one of camellia enthusiast and has made
of It
any who wish to criticize, suggest praise or CUM the officers were Negroes, the other officer was for the first three months of 1985,, Company and am In charge thank George Carver stated to this his hobby for several yean.

out our policies, news coverage, editorials, staff or and on April 1 it will go up to again. I desire to my add 14 miles to the cooperative -

the color of our neckties.We white <115 an hour. In California It friends and customers for their lines The extension referred to The home of Mr and Mr*.
Along sidewalks already crowded with a holiday In the and to solicit .
intend to show respect and courtesy to was set at 11.2J and will rise to patronage past wag extension of the line to Su Dave Kruger was the setting fora
night throng the of "police brutality"so their trade in the future.
every person who merits respect and courtesy (and murmur $140. all the beat of wannee Spring and Into Hamilton reception Sunday January' 2. in
familiar in regions passed rapidly Wishing you
that Includes just about every human being). some In Texas: and New Mexico the the 1915, County honor of the recently engaged
We Intend to promote In every reasonable through the area. In minutes, the crowd grew to starting minimum Is 90 cents, but good things during year couple Miss Retina Olbbs and

fashion the good things In our community, with several] hundred. An angry: mood threatened to it will rise to $119 on April 1. I am J. M. Wjrnn. Miss Ann West returned home Dr. Sheldon RoseDstetn.

erupt Into violence at the least additional spark of Monday from Tallahassee where
out criticize the .
hesitating to deleterious. The county commissioner have
Out in Salinas, California i a she has been attending college for
friction The Suwannee Cattleman's Association
We intend, in short, to have a happy: buIY.p1'08pe1'OUl decided to work the county convicts .
Yet. within a surprisingly short time, the plant breeder ha developed i anew the first semester held their regular meeting -
new year, and hope you do the same. on the roads under the supervision
trouble had been soothed and the danger had kind of carrot a cylindrical of Mr. Platt who will Thursday at the American
Jackson County Florldan Marianna Laid out tide Mr. J. Marvin Phillips and little
shaped hybrid Hall with
Legion Horny Hair
passed. In large part credit Is due to Police Chief be retained as an overseer at a
by side, they look somewhat like daughter Sara Etta and son .
president, presiding.J.
Lewis Cromartle who, in civilian clothes, walked salary: of $20 per week. A guard
A Week cigars or wiener J. Marvin m. arc spending a week
Beginning Into the crowd, invited those closest to him to state will be employed: at $1.80 per day. in Norman I
of the tapered conical Park. Oa.. visiting her
Instead Edward Brantly, owner and
This Is week of beginning It Is of
a course, Arrangements have been made
their grievances, and worked out a compromise
shape of the regular carrot the parent, Mr. and Mrs. Howell
developer of the> Pontius Dreahn
the first week of the New Year. 1965. It Is also the that took the edge off the crowd's anger Ha had to new hybrid has a uniform dlam with Sheriff Lyle to board the Plantation will be the featured

beginning of new terms in office for our major decide, without time for deliberation and with no eter for Its entire length. Named convicts speaker at the quarterly! session

office-holders of Florida and Santa Rosa County. margin for error, what to do and say. He made the "Cellogold", It Is said to be the 1955A of the Suwannee County Chamber -

Only three new county officials and a new right choice. first carrot hybrid ever developedand The girls basketball team of secret committee in conjunction of Commerce set for Thurs-

school board member start their official duties in Credit also goes to Police Bgt. Rex McOUl who, fully released or Introduced.A Suwannee High of will Lake meet City the her Columbia with the Suwannee Democrat day. February 14.

Santa Rosa County. The new supervisor of registration In uniform, ignored the thrown rock which hit him big increase in production of Friday afternoon.High January 22. named Michael Nick Taacrios. a ( .. 1 CeaUntM on Page L

"Spike" McDonald, assumes the sometimes "Cellogold- carrot seed is expected -
and continued his calm progress through the The Duval High of Jacksonvillewill
pesky: duties of that office for the first time, this year so we may expect to
crowd; and to sheriffs deputies and highway p. play here on the 29th
George Lowery takes on the duties of county at. see them on retail market produce
trolmen who hurried to a rallying point nearby,
torney. Max Wllks will launch his legislative career close enough to move in rapidly If needed, but far counter by Beginning today January: 14. 8. AllisChalmersSALES

as state representative Royce Dominion lithe enough to keep the sight of their uniforms from The Wisconsin Federation of 'J. White put on a big reduction

'newcomer to the board of public Instruction.We aggravating the crowd's temper. Women's Clubs Is determined to sale which win last to January: 30.

consider it somewhat remarkable that so Much credit also goes to the day-by-day lead "wipe the slate clean" of their Inclusive, He la making some big and SERVICEIN

many ot the'major local office-holders are beginning 0 en o*.tho Mmro oonmwnUy,who tar word anA .... tat*'* dUortmlnatory laws on cut In prices on many: lines carried
new term:It"tan only be tnterpreted'aa In his excellent store and the
a .
ample have been helping over the years to gain margarine.Two
mark of public approval and esteem. progress locally for their people- and, at the same bills are planned to be Introduced opportunity will be a good one LIVE OAK AREA
for those who have not
The citizens of Santa Rosa In the Wisconsin legislature yet bought
County recognizethe
time, maintaining the friendship and help of lead-
all their winter clothing and
value] of experience in public office. It shouldbe this month, one to do We
ample have been helping over the year Repair Any Make Model Tractor
shoes to secure them at a greatsaving. or
with ban sal of colored
noted away the on
however that the of today
public approval
ers in the white community. Because of their long Mr. White's big advertisement -
: can be changed by tomorrow if cause Is given. continued efforts, the Christmas night crowd'sbasic out margarine the tax and the another uncolored to will be found on another (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver)
wipe on
As these officials '
themselves have testified from potential, explosiveness was less than Is often product. page

the stand, public office Is a public trust. And the found other cities Uncolored margarine may be -ALL WORK GUARANTEEDLeo -

people are observant and critical. Finally, the assistance of of these to
some same sold now In the state, subject
There is much to be done in Santa Rosa Coun Negro leaders In finding out and disseminating the following taxes: Retail stamp 1910Representative

ty.: what actually did happen during the arrest, servedto tax of 15 cents a pound; retail John Q. Boat- Dunham Building

Santa Rosa Prees-Oazette Milton handler license of 125; wholesale right announced here Saturday
dispel the final bits of misguided anger
(Mayo Road Across From Feed Mill
a -Polk County Democrat Bartow license, 1500; and manufacturer's afternoon lima the would be a can- )

license, $1,000. didate to succeed himself a* representative
Reason For Regent hassle a Phone 3623222Landen's
In the State
A* reported recently In Super Legislature
The current hassle between the outgoing and from group one of this count
Death On highways market News, the Wisconsin ladles
Incoming governors point up the weakness of the .
point to widespread bootlegging ,
Do Americans really want to do something
university regency system, which was approved by
of margarine from neighboring Tractor Co.
about the rate of death In automobile accidents?
the voters of Florida in November. state, and a large number of Joined by Jasper officials and
Some theorists have recently suggested that most
This newspaper opposed the creation of a "oloo station across the state business men local Jaycees par.
of us accept It subconsciously believe It to HAROLD LANDEN Owner
or even
Uclpated In brief ceremonies Friday
board of regents to direct the state educational' line on well travelled highway,

system, largely because the constitutional amend be our fate. They claim that on a good C week morning officially: opening
Much could be done about the killing of tens
end. this group of station can
ment provided for staggered nine year term for
the nine members. of thousand of Americans in automobile wrecks sell a* much a* two carload of

every year. But the death toll continues Total oleo to Wisconsin resident
Such a system Is intended to assure a continuIty
death increase steadily, with the passing of the
of administration and of and doe
policy: It
:years History doe repeat iUetf.
just that.
If manufacturers would stress safety devices Hoard's Dairyman longeatablUhed -
But Is such a prolonged continuity desirableand
Instead of plck-up.-power and speed this would publication for dairy farmers GOTTA GO
In the beat interest of both the and
taxpayer notes that Red China has experienced
help If better highways were built this would also r
the institutions themselves? several of drastic
help. But there is no solution to the year
carnage unless SOME TO <
Lets look at the current situation. reduction In numbers of livestock.By '
people generally decide to do about
Lame-duck governor Furls Bryant: two weeks the end of 1981 the populationof xra

before the end of his term, named nine regents, it. cattle, buffalo hones and r SEAT THE

one of whom will hold office through 1973. And some psychologists suggest too many people mules was down by about 40 percent

During his two :year term. GOT. Haydon Burns accept the death rate on today's highways as from the leST level r OLD MANgo / jI
one of the chances of life such
as heavy elg Chinese farmers had ataughter-
will be able to
name only two. That means the
arette smoking. What Is ed large numbers of privately
Farris needed It Is said Is education t
policies espoused by well be
Bryant: may
and more constructive, positive thinking owned animal to keep them from
contnued, not only through the new governor's
about the problem. becoming communal property.>>

present term but up until the final year of his It U surprising how long some would wait before Russian peasants did the same :+J..
four year term, assuming he is successful In his thing during the forced eoOecUvtaatlon -
1964 bid. ,becoming seriously disturbed. ft is estimated of the 30s. 'o-
that approximately 40.000 died w
In automobile
It is not the intent of this newspaper here v
in 1984. with Injuries running into, the
and now to argue the merits or shortcomings of As It prepares to get started

the trimester concept which had the full support hundreds of thousands! with Its investigation of the food

of the outgoing governor But It Is reasonable to -Coco* Trbune Industry, the National Commission
on Food Marketing has establiahed -
assume that Bryant sold u he Is on the accelerated

,I regents educational of opposite concePt.viewpoints.would scarcely appoint The Suwannec DemocratOF Washington.a headquarter office In NOT SO FAR te) to beat the burglars or safecrackers.the : .

According to George E. Braa-
That could mean that the trimester system LIVE OAK FLORIDA dow. executive director correspondence Only as far as to 'night depository in the bank Drop

be It good or bad Is with us for the next fiveyears should be addressed to

'whether the new governor, or thetaxpayerswho """/"!! the fiWI oj I*. 5SHMHMMX RW yWfcy* the Commission at Room 4050. your daily receip ts each evening into the night depository

support the Institutions like It or not. "BANNERConsolidates UEAbSR General Service Administration

And that as this Established 1M4 August 2, 197 Established IBM Regional Office Building. 'Till and and sleep well lowing cash
newspaper sees It. is a rnlfa>hf. Irefy Tfcar-d-.y at rt.o J. CHUM- Street D &W D. your ad currency is safe from
cry from the democratic process. Streets Waihlngtoo,
Louie CTWadsworth.... Editor AP i6Tl her
fire theft.
Let's take the
situation a step farther and assume C.The or
Oov. Burns decides Clara S. Wadaworth........ Associate) Editor Commission's phone number -
to live with the trlme
Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising- Manager ls WO I-T30S
ter and
names as his six possible appointees, regents
.who also support the round-the-year. 'George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman .

stnictlonal schedules. _8cond"CU Postage Paid At Uve ChSTFtortdrSUBSCRIPTION SnaclUime Delight

:That would mean that the next governor, to beelected lUna SuWIDDM Outside County IT65 BnaekUm combine tsndraintd
euwaaneCounty <3 M
In 1970. would have no means of ridding the "All. euiaCRIPtlONS =Paymble In Advarx frothed pinapple with marshmallow -

state of the concept and .it would be necessary tees cream from a Jar ontfl good

the people of Florida to wait until 1974 to hope foes spreading consistency. This. makesa I OMMERCIAL BANK

ot a majority of th board of regents willing to I I.I1mR. OP new and deUdoua tatting

Kuttie fee .... Florida Press At.oeiaU. ,spread for graham crackers or
\I the round salty OF
The trimester Is used only as an example 8UWANNEX COUNl'TdianiW .
," the Ism. could be
opening of the classrooms to LIVE OAK. FLORIDAt"
Religion doe net require that "
Xeetores on communism or any other controversial .( Cosmtaere a man be band to common expert -

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= (9-f gA'lielle4t I Engagement Announcement I Garden Club To Local dub Members- Robert L. Leonard Jr.

fh t Meet FridayThe Attended District Meet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonardof

Live Oak Garden Club Attending the District Three Hllllard announce the birth ofa
liMU will meet a tike Garden I meeting of the Junior Woman's son December 31 In Folkston.
Center Friday at II:JO fer their Club held: In 'Tallahassee Tuesdaywere Oa.
luncheon and general Meeting. Mrs Al Wilson, club presi The baby: weighed I p pounds and i id
The pregrasa win ke ea InecUcldta dent. Mrs Ernie Sellers Mrs. ounoee and has been named \
with' a speaker from Mattox Ward. Mrs Lavaugtin Robert Lamar Leonard Jr. I
GauetvlUe lectarmg and shew Newbern Mrs Jesse Mitchell The maternal grandparents are
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor log slides en the aabject. Mrs. Reginald Scott Mrs Roy Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Platt of this
city, and paternal
Stomp Mrs George Day Mrs DIU

Miss Taylor Wed New Harmony Club PT Junior dub Will Howland.Mrs. Charles hits McCrlmon Frank Flitch Mrs Jr., Mrs. L. P. Wilson. .of Tavares. t,'

Air. McCall\ Hold Meeting Sb Meet Thursday NightThe WUton Kane and Mrs Danny B. Bruce Mitchell Dove

Miss Nancy Taylor and Carl B. Mra. Belie Moore. president / Junior Wonunl Club will McCrlmon. Mr and Mrs. Charles Dove announce j
McCall Jr., were united In marriage meet at T:30 Thursday night Mrs. Wilson attended the cot the birth of a son December 1
presided the New Harmon.J'Home
at .JO Saturday In the DlTonla over January 1/. for their January: fee held for state officers and club twelfth. In the Suwannee
Extension Club meeting
Baptist Church in Hamilton nipper and business meeting presidents and the tea given for County: Hospital
January: 7. Miss Ida Jo Harrison,
County with the Rev Truett Members are asked by the club the state officers and club presl The baby weighed seven pounds
new home demonstration agent,
if. Comer pastor performing the president. Mrs. Al Wilson, to dents by: Mrs. Haydon Burns at and 14 ounces and has been
assisted by Mlaa Jean Meadows,
ceremony. bring ankles for the white ele the Governor's Mansion The other named Bruce Mitchell Dove
gave a demonstration on home Y YEar
The bride la sister of Wallace Improvement phant sale to be held on January club members and Mrs. Wilson The maternal grandmother Is
and the use of colorIn
Taylor of Madison formerly of the home. a JJ. attended the banquet that night Mrs. Laurlne Tedder of this city:
this city. She has made her home Mrs Wilson also said that which was followed by: the busi .
with he and his family for several freshmenU.Mrs. R. P. Moore served.. r members may bring as guests to ness meeting Karen Sue Hayes i I
years. the meeting potential club melli-
Miss Jewell Deanne McCall. aU- bers.Woman'. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Hayesof
ter of the groom was maid of Hugh\ Marvin Lewi Cross City announce the birth I
honor and LonnIe Combass. bro Daniel Family Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Lewis of a daughter In the Suwannee
they-In-1sv of the groom served Reunion Held Club Held of this city: announce the birth of County Hospital. December 27. \
beat ft*>n. January Meet Friday! a son November 1/. In the 8u- The baby: weighed six pounds
The J. B. Daniels Br. children and 18 ounces and has been
.Miss McCall wore a Dior blue Friday: the Woman's Club of wannee County Hospital.
f. held their: reunion In the home eight named Karen Sue Hayes. t
linen suit with matching accessories : Live Oak met at the club house The baby weighed pounds
and a white carnation cojrsace. of their uncle and aunt Mr and w for the January luncheon aIIdbualne. and 11 ounces and has been Mrs Hayes Is the. former Miss
Mrs. M. L. Fletcher In McAlpln,, .' n.lMc1l1uh Marvin Lewis. Betty Jean Blngletsry.:
meeting Mrs. II. B.
The setting for the vows was a on New Tearl day. Wooley the Invocation. The maternal grandparents art The m.l4'maiIfUldp&rellti are
single large arrangement of white Pour of the aU children present Quests gave Mrs. A. hit and Mrs M. A. Oltara and Mr. and Mra Jamie Blngletary: of I
were L. Wilson
chrysanthemum, gladioli, and were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poteet Miss Ida Jo !Harrison Mrs RogerMlselU the paternal grandmother U Mrs. Rt, 1. Mayo>> The paternal grandparents
jade foliage.! and family Mr and Mrs, Autry Hugh Lewis are Mr. and Mrs. B. P, '
Par her wedding Miss Taylor Oreen and family all Of Jackson and Mra. Claude Vice Br. Hayes ef Rt. 1, this city,
It was announced that classIn
wore a white wool suit with a soft villa Dr. and Mrs Burl Daniels Medical Self Health would
and family of St. Petersburg and John Carl Lyle Main
.bow at the neckline Her ahem start on January It at 8:JO p.m. Course
veil of Illusion was attached to a Mr. and Mrs Jas. B. Daniel ot In the Suwannee Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray: L. Lyles of Want to serve an oldfashionedmain

aman hat fashioned of material this city The class U open to the public West Palm Beach announce the course thai Is M delicious
matching her ault. She wore an Also visiting were-Mr. and Mrs.Winton V r'1, A flan fry: will be held by the birth of a eon on Thursday: December today as It was years ago when It f
Bass and family of this
orchid corsage club on February 33:: and a work it. was first served Offer :your family .
Miss Taylor graduated from city and Mr. and Mn. Dave Bar. shop January II In Tallahassee The baby weighed eight pounds and friends fried chicken fritera .
Mr. and as... Vsalee W Prevail ef MtAlpIn anneenee the en-
Buwannee High School and la employed rell of Orlando. and has been named John CarlLylea.
Mrs. W L. Tedder gave a talk ( erlsp bacon. Serve maple (
_. ..
el tbelr dsBgbter,Msnwltae Franeee linked Coleman
by: the North Florida Telephone .
on "Women In the Hall of Fame prup with the fritters If you like
Cr. Mr. McCall U a graduate Mrs. Harold Marshall and chil hued ef Jaciseswllla. for Oreat Americans".
of Jasper High Schoo! and la dren. Timothy and Jennifer Miss The wnUtag has .... eel' fee Fr binary 14 at 1 ..... la the The door prise was received by
engaged in farming with his fath Margaret Oaye McCan. Mrs. rara.... Baptist Clench l. jMksenvtll. where the '..-.lftl i Mrs W, M, Jernlgan.Hoateanes -
er.Attending John Paul Schneider Mrs. AlrxMcKeltben. has resided fer Ike past few yeah were Mrs Prank" '
were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dave McNelH., Mist Prevail was gradaaM teem Sawanswe Cewtjr Illgli School. Flitch Br. chairman Mrs C. l.. THREE BEDROOM HOMES
Carl B. McCall 8r. Mr. and Mra. Mrs., T. J. Sermon and her mother.
Johns, Mrs John lI.mptorMr...
sad la empleyed .y the Florida Nausea Grasp ef Banks .In JackeseUle -
Lonnte Combejs and children, Mrs J. B. Hunter of Qultman.Oa. Brick
One Two
J. Marvin Phillips Br. Mrs. Earl or
and The krUecreem-elcet la the ten ., Mr. and )I.., Leos M.
Jeffery Stephanie and
: Mr. Walther Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr.
Mused ef Jaehmvllle. lie was graduated frees Andrew Jackson
_______n______ ____________________________ High School .IN that city and la pwalle relatlens dlreeter fee the Mrs. P. D. Helvenston. Mrs. FHA or CONVENTIONAL
Claude McMillan. hire 1:. W,
COIPLETEPlmnbiq afar Bewl AieeciaUen.rasaOy :, Trusaell. and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith. Financing
sod friend ef the eesala are eerdlaUy Invited le attend SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

and Electrical Supplies Ike eeresMar, The site I II located U ... Arlington section ef Jack.eeaivtUe. .
A recepUeei will felkw .bMNedately after the eeremeny alIke Dykrn.Newbcrn Located J In Edgewood Subdivision.

A ft Plywood -Cabinet Hardware I.."'". Wedding' lilies SELECT YOURS NOW

r I Tung Oil PaintsBuilders Mr. and Mra. 1:. Raymond

II,..I! :S Ira. Walkup Circle IloatessCircle Dykes of Lake City announce the Contact
. marriage of their daughter, Mar
One of the Pint Presbyterian two of the Ephealans verses one the to Jerry Ntwbrm. son of Mr. We G. MULLINS
Langford Supply I II Church met Tuesday Jail- to tea and Mrs J. I. Newbem of this
wry I t. In the home of Mrs. JinvYatknp. Mrs. Dan Chandler will 'be circle city, on August fifth nineteen
Phono 362-2057
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SU hostess during the month of hundred and slity-four In Btatenvllle -
The program was from chapter February" : Oa.

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I At Close of Business December 31, 1964 .' ., .

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Cash and Due From Banks $1,591,609.84

United States Securities 2114134.45

OFFICERS State County, and Municipal Bonds 431,894.62 $4,137,838.91

Loans and Discount 3,126,425.23
LOUIS J. PresidentW. .
Overdrafts 5460.74 JI3 1,885.97
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M. JERNIGAN" Executive Vice Pres. '
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'- House ," 15339.42
: '"i Banking '

JOHN G. ADICKS, Vice President J: Furniture and Fixtures : 11,295,09 26,634.51 I

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J. TOM MOORE, Cashier :J" \ $7,296,359.39

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DORIS B. ALLEN Assistant Cashierw *' '
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LAURA C. TEAGLE, Assistant Cashier ,A'.." art t Capital Stock $200,000.00

ti '1. r' Surplus Y. 200,000.00

'. Undivided Profit. 141170.87

DIRECTORS Reserves 130,133.53 671,304.40


LOUIS J. DAY j ; .1 Dividend Payable January I I. 1965 10,000.00

Pr.+idol ol Baak { Deposits 6,615,054.99

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Funeral Services Farm Bureau To llav!t Last Rites For I, Male Chorus To Sing Here I ment No. and 2 are dropped to make ing New on business the market machines which are must com be

Program On Tobacco put into the curriculum. New
for those who better
room are
Held ThursdayFor Tobacco will be thoroly dtscnMed Mrs. Viola Green prepared. methods of farming are being Introduced
In the agriculture dePartment
the regular meeting Math courses are advancing at
of the Suwannee County Farm a rapid rate and we must meet and constant changesIn
J. II. ]HoganFuneral Bureau scheduled to be held Held SaturdayLast this advance. At Suwannee High borne appliances give the home
January 21 at 7.00: pm. at the School we now have five advanced economics department a railed
services fqr James II O'Brien Baptist Church Billy rites for Mrs. Viola Green, math courses and we will haveto change. On the Job training In the
Hogan who died Monday after- Hill\ of Jasper will be the principal resident of Jacksonville and native add more to the curriculum as D. C T. program Is gaining at a
noon In the Suwannee County speaker, of' Jasper, were held Satur- those students In modem math fast rate and varied courses must i
Hospital, were held Thursday afternoon Aubrey Ward, Eugene Me- day morning at 11:00: am. at reach the high school level. be given these students to meet
at 3:00: p.m. in the Mt. Call, and Walter Roberta, member Cedar Grove Primitive Baptist er. + r r.u In science, the rate of expan- their needs Employers raise their I
Pisgah Baptist Church with the of the local bureau's tobw- Church at O'Brien with Elder A. A sion Is even faster with the standards as the labor market
Rev. Ben Borders officiating. Interment 10 committee, will also appearon A. Harris and Elder J. E. McCormick growth of our scientific civilization. expands and this In turn causes
followed In the adjoin the program. officiating Burial was In We offer physics, chemistry the school to try to meet this
ing church cemetery with full A covered dish nipper will be O'Brien Cemetery with Suwannee A; I two types of biology, and competition with their graduate.
Masonic rites at the graveside served and entertainment provided Funeral Home of Live Oak In physical science and still do not Now we must take the student
Mr. Hogan was born in Hamilton prior to the business setilon. charge of arrangements cover some areas now being themselves and their life and try
County but moved to this Mri. Green was born at Jasper reached. We plan to Include In to prepare them for their leisure
county while a lad of seven with April 5, 1886, and was in her 89th the near future a course in earth time and for as rich a life u pos
his parents. Held year when she died Thursday at science and an advanced seminarfor sible. Music art. physical education !
He was a farmer, a member of Last her Jacksonville home after a seniors of exceptional abilityIn and courses In this area tend !
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church and a lengthy illness. science. Laboratory facilitiesare to bind the program together for
member of Climax Masonic Lodge For Lewis GreenFuneral She was a housewife and a widow a must for students of chemistry the students broad field of enrIch-
Members of the St. Petersburg Male Chorus rehearse for their ,
No. 194. and was a member of the and physics and more work ment. All of these areas Med expansion
Survivors Include the widow, services for Lewis C. Primitive Baptist Church at appearance here Saturday night at the First Methodist Church In this area is required each year. I as our society has more
Mrs. Allle Mae Hogan of McAl- Green, who died at Lake City O'Brien. The group will also present a concert Sunday at the Stephen Foster In the social studies field a new and more time on their hands In
pin; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Saturday after a brief Illness, Survivors Include three daughters Memorial.at White Springs. stress Is being put on world geography which to enjoy themselves.
Waldron, Oalnesvllle; and a were held Tuesday at 3:30: pm. Mrs J. L. Lucas and Mrs. as well as modem history. To turn out a well rounded
grandson, James W. Waldron, also in Wilson Funeral Home Chapel Della Duncan, both of) Jacksonville The nature of this area does not Citizen who will serve his or) her
of Gainesville. there with the Rev. F. E. Day of- and Mrs. Doris Botsford! of) Brownie Scout ActiveAt No.1 let It expand other than the community better, the schools "
Masons served as active and ficiating. Interment followed In Clearwater: two sons Bill D. education as it applies to this emphasis placed on the various must keep up with the society In
honorary pallbearers and rendered Memorial Cemetery Green of St. Petersburg and CliffM. White SpringsWHITE I community. I have gained much areas. The needs in this area are which they live .,
Masonic rites at the grave. I Mr Green was a member of the Green of Largo; two sisters, SPRINGS, Fla. A'' from his comments and this usually In the form.of materials We are changing at a rapid
The James B. Daniels Funeral Advent Christian Church. He was Mrs. Lillie W. Ratliff of Miami newly chartered Brownie Girl newspaper plans to continue to such as new maps, movies filmstrips rate and Suwannee High School:
Iome of this city had charge of born at Wellborn and resided In and Mrs. Mizell Richards, of Al- Scout'Troop under the leadershipof i present them as part of Its cam textbooks and research must keep Its program on a level
arrangements. Live Oak for a number of years, tha; and seven grandchildren and Mrs. J. Lane Bullard assisted palgn to advise citizens of this material. All of these are changing with others In the area and meet
moving to Lake City some 10 seven great-grandchildren. by Mrs. Henry Parnell, sponsored county as to the condition of at a very rapid rate and can the demands of the people ofSuwannee
years ago where he had lived Active pallbearers were Claude by the White Springs Woman'sClub their schools and the seriousness become obsolete in a matter of County. We hope that
Open House Honors since. Starling, Henry McCaghren, T, J. organized November 1964, of the situation now facing us. months. In order to turn out well these demands are kept at a nigh
Survivors include the widow, Fletcher Jr., J. W. Kite, Mabry now meet regularly every Tues ; Informed students we must keep level In order for our schools to
Hunts At Branford I Mrs. Bertha Green of Lake City; Wilson Sr., and T W Fielding. day In the month In the Woman's There continues to be a rumb- this program up to date at all keep up with the changing times
An opep house was held Friday a son, Sidney E. Green of Jacksonville Those serving as honorary pallbearers Club at 3:00: pm. with a member- ling here that Indicates this county tunes In the several areas. we live In.
night January 8, honoring I ; a step-daughter., Carolyn were Claude Turner, Joe ship of 13 girls between the ages and city Is on the verge of In the English department we .
Mr. and Mrs. P, E. Hunt of Bran Perry of Lake City; two sUters, Dedge, Walter Dedge,. W, F. Human of 78. Members are Libby ''Bul- growth of unprecedented proportiON come to a field which Is In the No.3
) Mrs. Lora Hurt and Mrs. nor;; E. A. Eatmon, Joe Boat lard, Lou Bullard, Jan Hunter, provided civic leaders and! process of change. Reading Is no and Columbia
ford.Arrangements of camellias ence Stansel, both of Wellborn; right, T J. Fletcher Sr., and O B. Kitty Bass, Mary Parnell. Debby public officials create an atmosphere longer a matter of pleasure but Including Police Chief attended Elwood

were placed at vantage points and 7 grandchildren. Starling York, Sherrie York Ann Tomlln- conducive to growth and Is a dire necessity. In this area Howard and Fire Chief T. W.
throughout the living room and iiFuneral son, Donna Lee, Kathy Pautz, development.All all schools are behind. No way Roper, both of Live Oak; Fire
dining The refreshment around us new construction to time to read has been
room. give more
Counties Get $19,000 Terrie Chasteen, Mary Harris, Chief J. L. Walker Jr.. of Mayo;
table was covered with a white Services and Teresa Harris, all of White Is going up on a scale equal to If Introduced, yet the required am-
Fire Chief W R. DaD of Jasper
lace cloth and centered with an From Race Track Tax Springs. not greater than that here. That ount of material to read grows by ;
and Fire Chief W D. Fletcher of
arrangement of pink camellias. A TALLAHASSEE-State Comp- The troop is learning many this section will attract more and i huge leaps. The only solution Is to Branford.
Held ForV.
punch bowl was placed at one end troller Ray E. Green said today! Sunday folk games, folk dances, and more people as residents and Industry I teach the students to be stronger Live Oak Field Office Director: I
of the table,'and a cake decorated checks for $19.009( are being songs. Projects during the month as a favorable area is readers. They must read faster to and Insurance
Deputy Commissioner
in pink, yellow,' and white was mailed to each of the 67 counties \ D. Hicks of December Included making freely predicted. cover the material and must Randy Mat assisted In the I
placed at the other, end of. he from the state race track tax Christmas decorations and decorating Most of us are busy, taking care comprehend more of what they
presentation, fourth In a series
table. of an expanding business of our read. Remedial reading
fund. tree for Mrs. Cora 11111-, programs
a slated In all areas of Florida during
Mrs. Rodney Nettles of Gainesville The Comptroller said the amount Funeral services for William D house, a retired school teacher: own and unable In many Inatanc- are being put In the schools to
poured punch and Mrs represents an increase of Hicks, 88, were held! at Midway a troop Christmas party, and. es to secure competent help so ss help those who fall behind and the coming.year..
Charles Thomas of Gainesville $3,000 over the same month last Baptist Church in Madison Coun- caroling during the Christmas to have time for civic duties and special reading classes are used at
served cake They were assisted year, and a total of $11,000 more ty Sunday afternoon at 3:00 pm season. Future projects plannedare work, aU levels to help the student learnto No.4
by Mrs. Marvin Odom and Mrs, for the first six months of the with the Rev Carl Webb officiating the making of folders as personal But we must fact reality and I comprehend what he or she field the following team: Elaine
Dorothy Peterson. current fiscal period over the Interment was In the Midway scrap books and helping If our community Is to have the has read. Stanford right end: Dawne MeKelthen -,
About sixty guests called during same period last year. Cemetery adjoining the clean the yards at the Woman's growth we desire, there are those Being able to expres themselves right tackle; Bobbie P:
the hours of 7 to 9 pm. j Each of the counties has recelv church with Suwannee Funeral Club. who must assume this burden of In writing Is also an Important via, right guard; Nell Evaiy.tor I
Home of Live Oak In charge of community development for with function for students
Over one-half of the troop now who ; Elonore Dees, left guarjnetu
arrangements have Girl Scout uniforms and out it we will not reach our potential enter college or take positions In Kemp right tackle;
Mr. Hicks died at the local hospital
proudly wear them.A modern Industry Creative writIng Land, right end: Judy J
Trim Down January 8 after a lengthy There Is work for all. The task ";
Junior Girl Scout Troop courses are needed at all levels and Oenovore Bailey, Cluart.erbacke
Illness. of betweenthe Is for each to find the niche Into to upgrade this function of the : Alice Bird right half;
which is made girls
To The Shape of Youth... lIe was a native of Madison ages of 9-11 up Is in the making which he or she best fits and English program. Bartlett Noble, left half; and
County and a retired farmer. He
where the greatest community In our vocational courses we Elaine Smith fullback. Malcolm
held membership in Midway Baptist for White Springs.. ,contribution can be made. must keep up with the progress Brady will be' head coach with'
T.UlIAII&'in Church, i made In the various areas tn order Johnnie hunt Bernie Wave
:\'i ., .. i. lIun'yora114' W wlAow, Shrine dub Elects I' Christopher Columbus averaged to turn out students that are and Dale McCuUers serving i islstant u ...
,' Mrs. Lougenla Hicks of this city; J.8 miles per hour on his voy- In demand In our business world. coaches.
.' two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Ted- Slate New Officer
: LYCRA. srAl N oez der of Shady Grove, and Mrs, New officers to serve during f
Lelia Kinsman of Jacksonville; 1(99 have assumed their duties In
two sons, J. Luther Hicks of Live the Live Oak Shrine Club. Of major
Oak and Gordon O Hicks of) Interest to the group Is support 1st build a great car.
fcy << Jacksonville Beach; and 16 of the crippled children's .
grandchildren, 31 great-grand hospital and the hospital for
I ,. .u". children, and one treat-great bums operated by the nationwide '
grandchild organization. .L 65 Plymouth
, N Serving as palbearers were Named to head the local group
Raymond McCall, Daniel Hicks, for this year were Reginald Scott
Louie Hicks, Jimmy Hicks. Ernest Jr.. president; Norman Protsman,
Tedder, and Curtis Tedder, first vice president; Otto F Dick-
mkC man, second vice president; La-
ed a total of $71,000 during 1984- voye Boggus, secretary, and Joe 1
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CUIoM v ,......'. Meat SM E.aal tail U tka Court hiss.. *f laid Ownt CMUlr FloHd. will bold /ublb ban I
Forest Fires In Suwannee Show Cain In 1961 C n. Wadsicorth Judge Ye aa Clad: sad ncalr: to piooent any elalm ......... smiths tam lk. tkn. of ..h.Nt. day *f r.......,. l.... al wklak "...
For Beauty Contest sad ....,... vktek r... *r .1'... ofMO. ., ..kllralloit" .( tkl sill,.. Ka Mr h ,* acaiMl ih* Ntal. of lain *r a.4 oniMr Ik* lai.laws. -
Wild tires and acreage burned woods still It carelesutest. He issued 1983 and 19 fires and 163.S acre Erie. Gee Louie C. ".... W. C. HUTTS. alM kaowo aa CUYDB .u"n..... sad shall .,... .... ....* o( ... Iliad ._.11I0'. and. U aaldropoaltlo
was up in Suwannee Count In an appeal to local citizens in 1984. wants Joined TV star Jimmy BUTTS e **ae*:. .Into ., MM. CeMF. *.!"*".. ..* pal *(nra .'4".* of lb..laleal. I* approved, aiyott to adop
I. lhe Oemlr J...t. of .._...* OeunriorMn sad shall.. k* avor to kr tktlalmanl. S roaohitkm to wrrr ,... Mm Int. ..1r .
1904 over 1963, the annual report to UM extra caution In the year Incendiary fires totaled nIne Dean, a fashion. model from >". at kin affix' In Ih. totirtkoao his ...., o* ........,. and 'rk towliiTO
of the county unit of the Florida ahead and thereby help reduce and Involved 24.2 acres in 198.: SaraaoU. and a newtpaprr reporter at n4! County al 1.1..e Oak. rr.Ma. a.b .lal.. or ....... sot a fltd ***koav* and _..., a strip. of
witkli ill .....01.. math from don k* ...... land It fiat. ". alont. the Southd
Forest Service released this week the number of fires in the county. The number of fires dropped to from Tampa aa Joshes Ik. lime *f tk tint pwkHtatkm. of Ihlioik a/ Hilly 1. Ckwilioiii I .. of Ik. NEH.: all) a It foot
revealed. Fires during 1963 were Lightning caused 13 Area! and six in 1904 but acres burned for the annual MID Florida Na- *. To oplM ef eack tUlm er d.. S/ Marion Parker CkMlkamCK Ulp olonv. tko Norlk ..I.. of tko
11'1-1 mad ....u M 1 I. rlllnt, and shall. alat .*c.l rt >4. of 'KMttnll IT, Tw lklp I
48 with 333.6 acres Involved while burned 87.5 acres in 1963. In 1964. creased to 79.1. Used Curd eonteat held Sunday Ik* Mac* ef rMMeM* an*! fifftM ...11 = lk. R.IM II Eai, whisk Mid l
those In 1984 reached 79 Ares the record was 20 fires and 119acret Use of machines led to two fires afternoon at CJPTM Garden * i wan t. ay Ik* rtelMHl. kit .e.s1. *r NOTICE: County CommlMlenora. of ::vwanne
with 630.1 acre burned. I burned. and 88 acres burned In 19(3. The .. attorney sad erenmiMale*: k? > flnn* N...... *f A....l Motln ..f M.....* Caa1,. Fkirldn. ....iilrod. M Soavlomoor
County Ranger O. H. Fettle I Burning of debris caused K 1984 record was seven fires and Mm. Wadtworth accompanied I** ef sal doll m"4 ..rk Ulm *r .... .t rinl Peal ".. aid Lass A*. 4,'l"l'. for tko ..__. efmkll
mead net .. that akall k* void. aMlallm .. Uv Oak. rood rtoklf.wy for tk.
said the greatest cause of tires In fires and damaged 90.1 acres in 34.8 acres damafed. the general. en the trip and OPAL M. BUTTS ...... la h.....' il... ,h., the A.. Reeky Slab toad, and In ...h."..
the cause thoofht the drcfailan ef theJudges Ae rfmlreUlmlor *t Ik* gala all M*,"lnt *f ........ of tk. ako.. Hunter. .. ........ from T. A. Row
Call If.. IISCkortar Smoking was given as ef W. C. Casa, kl>. ban .. named a._iall'- will h k.M a, .kkom and III and ". wife. Vra B. ....
No. NaIl of eight fires in 1963 that damaged could have been differ l'l 1,... B.tta d.as.lIN efftr* of Ik. A.oltlo arld >n nppraprlnt dad. a styli
OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. HOWARD STREET to I' eat ...n .. .n L Howard Mrt Ll... Oak. ::1:1: III fl wMo Mmoi tk* Eaal
&lJ'fUv IN THE STATE OP FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF PUSINESSON U.8 acres. This Jumped --- nick... .! t .'.lorh. .... *. |k. Pith kalf. .f Bertlol IT. T....... I
DECEMBER: 11. lass PUBLISHED! IN BESPONSg! TO CALL MADE BV fires and 123.3 acres in 1984. Twelve girls from all sections THI COUNTY JUDGES COURT 4ar of Jan"ory. IXI.By outk. Ran*. II Boat for p...H.
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, VNIUK SECTION Bill, U. S. REVISED Miscellaneous causes resulted In .f the state representing National 'ttloa SUWANNEa COUNTY sd.OaN Ik* brawl of .1........ road p>.......*>. lylnc. and hiss
STATUTES IN r ROB ATI! L vie. Ike Rwky Slush IUd la now
ASSETS five tires in 1964 with 10.3 acres Oft-art unit of battalion IN RRi The It...* ..r PrMldnlrinl ......... sad ...... It ... ..... I*.
Coak kalanoM wltk otker. ....u, aad sal 11._ .la* and larger, participated In LOU tVCLYN PARKER aispnao rwloral I *a...lnti and. aid for Ik* Ual ...I II
la .f albetlo. .... .......'.. .. .......... .... ...m,....,. being damaged. No fires of this .. Loan A..o>.ltl..o .t Ll.. Oak *. ran oror
Called := .,. ... Mtplai.a. daisN.alE.aaaI. ;; nature were reported in 1963. the annual event. NOTICE TO CREDITUR3.idT. Ll.. Oak. .WMaNoUc Asp. pofoa dMlrlni to k. koord atiooiIk
... .INN at ..r re*r>..> ..- .... 1511,111.1ObtNb..5 a All Crdltwt sad P.r..sa H..la.Claim ...11 .. ....." .oalalnd. la Ik* Mid ajra-
State /.Ntksl..Idl.ab.. .. IN THE COURT or THE CODNTYJUDGE. iv D.m..d. A...... salt ast.t.t ....1 or prooalllna will k. bail at Ik'*
INN of any r** m .__ .. 4UMI.II SUWANNEB COUNTY, Yvtt ii>< web .f ", wr* h.rky Mill. Of P..klla HMrlM OOf Q.Nba aM tI...
I..aa..1 dlooMit INN of aay ,05wv.l1 .-... MII.IT4.ilFlaoa oral Masonic .LOR ID"-. IN PROBATE. Dad ask a.tlnd .: .... air .blurt. I....... Ol R..l Prooorl N.I Tkla lib day of J.aoarr till.
aaorto ;..-......... ... .-_.. .. 44.141.*I Branf Lodge IN IllCt Kalat of ..4 Rwanda vklrk. yea, a llkr. *l M*.d.d Pw CooKlv Puro.Mt For RoalProoorlr Hoard of Conaty d..as.kiaw1
law aaeeto ?. .. ... ...?___ ._ ._.?? U.ttt.O W. C. BUTT, .1.. (nova at way ki*. ...1.., ,h. Kiln .f Dvalnd To a* Ac...1noI of ......... County, FlorMa
CLYDE BUTTS." foils *,.'. r.rkr Bt.pk.rn. <.tt iiH, i fN. Cs.aty PsrpsN.Nash. II, Lanaiku A.
Officers teuton
TOTAL ASSETS .... .. ....-........._ .._ ... .... .............,..... Installs New 0-.... k<* N MM. C....ir. to Ik* County J..... L. h..... .!.... ,..., the Hoardof Cairh.
LIABILITIES T. All Creo'lter* a**! ..--. Hulas. _ol Seam... C.tmtr, riorM. >t all. of. Co...t Ca*>.../...."..* .f a...".** ".,
0....* oopo.lt ef in.l..M.... prlankla. anal -.... .....-.......ll.tTI.4tt.lt Branford Masonic Lodge Ho ---,--. I'I

TlnM oa4 aa4 oorporatlo tartan d.p..l..t** .. .. laAlvMuala. ... ...: ., pruwrklp....-....-. ......___.. 1..1.9. 130 held a family night and open
Depoelt of UaH4 State.?0.**....., ...M..... _..._ .. ...__ _.......... 111,111.11 Installation of officers Thursday rcio.

D.Ns'.1* *f Stole Wok' *n4....politicalDepeoll .sb4laaila.. ,-. .. ,::::..:....:: :.::::....::::-.- mu::: : night December 31. i t4- .
t Certified; aa4 effV'er* ._.... .N.. ._ ... _...._. ........ ......_ ".Uf." The following officers were i Installed
d TOTAL DEPOSITS; _... ....T.I." ..?..... ......_... ".......tttal ; Fred Moses, worshipful .
( ,....,1 ....... eVpeaH .. -....- ...*"....... : .
/to i[ f .Oiaer UakUIUea .... ... ._ ,... ....::::-. = ...... +:..., ".UI." : O. M. Murray, junior warden 1"

TOTAL UAnVm. _.... .._..,.................... .. n........... : James f. Ssnches. treasure

c....... *teefc-par vain* per CAPITAL(.... .. .ACCOUNTS. .-,........ONo eel; Fred D. Aderholt. secretary: ; I
.Ioe_ ootkoria4 .... ........ .. ... n.. C. D. Starling, chaplain; WUlla ol o//

Wo. e.at..da.ar *ala* ... ..- .,.. ... ._110Ttl ....... ..... E. Sjkea, senior deacon; James ')
SarplM ?-_,?.. ,... ._,. ....... .Z .. .:. ?._.. :: 4**. R. Fletcher junior deacon: L. 1.
VaatlTloM nvoflu .... : .... ........ : ;; ........ /.fgi: senior steward Dell Holts .
Voeorvo* .. ...... .?... .-? .. ... ,... .........? .. Fuller ; (t
claw junior steward; and Henry ; .
TOTAL CAPITAL AOOOUXTS ..-.... ..... ........ ....._... ....1 lt..f..... Eugene: Aderholt, tjler. l "'f 4
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TOTAL UAmUTTES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..._., ..............* A large group attended the supper ) "'" 1 ,
Q'.r.. Wtealaa, .. of tk* aaor4aaMd bask 4* b..b dorlai* tkat and Installation. c" ;
oeadltlea M tm. ud loseN la* bat W e y kaowtod and kallof. "" '1' w"'" .
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Joka P. Wi. "
W*. tk. derabnwd dlrortor atteat Ik.. MnoilaaM ., ..1. .*..... .f condition ',.$ '. (
awl dials. tkal" M .BM .Caw maaitaMdl. ky .. aod to Ik* .bas of oar .._..... aad The average woman spends the \,' I!,,.
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P. C. Crape Jr.Rekert first part of her life looking for '",
It..._ a husband then the rest of It. \ .

Alfred -T. -A Ink wondering where he 11.I j'.Je) aj 1 it ,

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RU AL BeachvilleWe I New Business Here .. WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF

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Uflflews were glad to have good at.' Suwannee Valley liveotock Market
i eornrn tendance at Sunday School last
Sunday and glad to have some
Visitors oEll ar Sales picked up at Suwannee, utility brought 120011300.
The BeachviUe W. H. and F. M. + Valley Livestock: Market January Standard and low good heifers
Society met at the church Friday M t !in comparison with the one held I sold for $1175-$1475 while utilities
the week DecemberSO. with a few inferior ranged
afternoon with all members pres previous on
Pine LevelMr. ent. The meeting was In chargeof Last Wednesday cattle sales I from $1100-$12BO.
the president Mrs Luther Ad. were 175 while those sold the I Utility and standard cows went
king and Mrs Nora Cannon had previous week totaled 07 for $9.50-$1300; inferiors went
and Mrs L. P. Fortner visited Roberts and son Bob of Lake
the devotional. Trading was active with the demand for 19.00-$10,00; and one low
Mr. and Mrs E. S. Palmer visited Mr. and
Ctly Mrs. Drew Mr and Mrs. Lavaugn Cason good particularly for standard cow-calf pair brought
Monday afternoon.Mr. Holmes Saturday morning and sons of Jacksonville were sr slaughter calves $13.25.
and Mr. Carl Tressler visited Mrs. B. F. Hays spent Monday guests of his parents Mr and r Slaughter heifers were steadyto Good calves brought $15.50-
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes with Mrs. L. P. Fortner. Mrs. H. C. Cason last week end BO cents higher with cows fully $1800; standards $1350-$1873, ;
Thursday night. James Cannon of Perry was Ervin Beach and daughter Miss $1.60 higher Calves were a full and utility 12001300.
Mrs. L. P. Portner Mrs. Evle guest speaker at Pine Level Connie Beach of Haines City $100 higher while offerings of Hogs sold at the sale totaled
Wilson Mrs. Ethel Hays. Mrs Church Sunday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs O D. + steers and bulls were few. 003 as compared with 850 sold
Eula Alderman and Miss Yvonne Rev. Charles Johnson spent a Beach and Mr and Mrs. Luther Feeder-stocker steers, heifers last week.
Golden were business visitors in few days last week with Mr. and Adklna last week end. His father and cows were few In one or both Mixed grades 180-210 Ib. barrows .
Jacksonville Tuesday. i Mrs. L. P. Fortner.B. T. -V. Beach returned with n____ them__n -" -- ...- weeks. Calves were steady to $1.00 and gilts went for $1485.;
Rev. Charles Johnson spent a F. Hays was honored Sunday for a visit. higher. 210.240 Ibs. $1901; 240-270 IDS.
few days last week with Mr. and with a surprise birthday dinnerat Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and Harold Landen i Slightly over one-half of the $14.02; 1 SO.180 Ibs $1373; 140-
Mrs. J. F. Toole.B. his home. Guests enjoying the sons of Gainesville were guests I supply cleared to feeder-stocker 160 Ibs. $13.00; 120-140 lbs.
F. Hays and L. P. Fortner occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin of Mr. and Mrs Willie Beach Saturday accounts while fully 40 per cent of 12.00: 100-120 Ibs. 11.70; and
enjoyed a fishing trip at Dolllce Alderman and children Mr. Operates Local the total were calves 50-1001bs. $1100
Creek Monday. and Mrs. Dennis Wilder and chil- We are glad that Sammy, the A few standard slaughter steers Most sows 180-400 Ibs. sold for
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders dren. Mrs. Evelyn Sapp and family youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Don sold at 11700 with high cutter $11.10-$11.60; 400-700 Ibs. $000-
and children spent Sunday of last and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Hays Odom hat returned home from Tractor BusinessHarold and utility going at 122511425. $1060; boars sold at $$.25-$9.00;''
week in Orlando visiting relatives and children an of Live Oak Mr. the hospital and is doing good. Standard and low good heifers and one stag went for 1000.
Misses Belvae Holmes and Linda and MM. Arnold Hays and family Also glad that Roger Terry is doing Landen 37-year-old Su- sold at $IUO-llI.OO; utility at Medium feeder pigs under 70 I
<< McClymonds of Jacksonvilleand of Cross City Mr. and Mrs. Loyd good but he Is confined to hi? wannee County nativerecently $1200-11900; and cutters at Ibs. sold for $18.23-117.75: medium
Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent Thomas and family of Statenvllle bed. We trust he will soon be well began operation of Landen Tractor $10.OO-IUJS. and good 70-100 lb. $15.25-
Wednesday night of lost week Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Buchanan again. Company here in Live Oak He One standard cow went for $IUO; and over 110 Ibs. $1300-
with Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes and daughter of Day Mr. and We are glad to welcome to our has the dealership for Allls-Chal- $1473 while utility brought $1325U.25 1700.
Mr. and Mrs L. P. Fortner and Mrs. Robert Sheppard and family community Mr. and Mrs. Barfuss. users in Suwannee. Hamilton and ekt : cutters sold for $1000- .e
Miss Yvonne Golden spent Wednesday Mri. John Sheppard Mr. and They are living on the farm of Lafayette Counties! $13.80; and canners for $800- One of these days some people
of last week in Orlando Mrs Hugh Jolly. Mr. and Mrs Bill K. Thompson.Mrs Landen Tractor Company will $000. are going to learn that hard work
and visited Mrs. Verna Parker at Homer Hays and family and Mr. E:. A. Kennedy of States- deal In the sales and service of Utility bulls sold for $1200$15 teaches a real appreciation: of
St. Cloud and relatives at Klsslm- and Mrs A L. Clark and family. hero Oa, is visiting her am and new Allls-Chalmers tractors and .M. valuea.
mee. Friends visited In the afternoon. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. sales and service for used tractors 'Good calves brought $1(00-
Mrs. Ann Braswell and children Mr and Mrs. Gordon Keelingof Jack Kennedy and daughters Jan and farm equipment. $1023; standards brought $14 00-
Lynn and Don and R. H Live Oak were supper guests of and Gail Landen has been engaged In $1(00; utility sold for $11.21-
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Wednesday .. Mr. and Mrs Hots Spooner and. painting and paint contracting In $1323: and one cull brought If you were born in
night. daughter Ginger and Mr. Woods, the Live Oak area for the past 20 $000. January of odd-
USE Mr. and Mrs Carl Baxter were all of Jacksonville visited relatives years and also operates a farm In Standard feeder-stocker steers an
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs here last week end. the Orange community commanded $1JOO-$1350 while numbered year, renew
Mrs. B. E. Bpooner.Mrs. Luther Harold is married to the former HAROLD LANDEN
L. P. Fortner Saturday night.
I FUCO Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell are Adklns, and Mrs. Sanford Beach Miss Winona Hlngson and they your drivers license
r of Beachville and Mrs Hots have four children Harold Jr. 13 this month
spending a few days with Mr. and Shoot These
Brand Mrs. Drew Holmes Spooner of Jacksonville were o Ted 84. Janet 4. and Loretta 4 Anytime r. 7tno OSt
Mr. and Mrs Carl Tressler and business visitors In Gainesville months. A hunter may shoot English
Harry Lepper visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday morning The new business Is located in sparrows, crows, starlings, black i Reece Brown
InsecticideFOR L. P. Fortner Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom who the Leo Dunham Building on the and turkey vultures at any time le666
Mr. and Mrs Jorgen Brorsen of have been guests of their sons Mayo Road across from How- All other birds are strictly protected I COUNTY JUDGE
Live Oak: were supper guests of Ray and Cohen and families In land's Feed Mill. by law .
BEST RESULTS Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Sun- South Carolina returned home
day night. last week and report a good time.
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Sandifer Mr. and_Mrs. C. C. HemphlU
and son wayne 01 Gainesvllewere
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie warms inWINTER cools inSUMMER
Beach Saturday night and
Sunday '
Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys 1;. S k
visiting Mr. and Mrs Johnnie left rue .i
Kirby of O'Brien and Mr. and tackle: t
Mrs. Willie Beach of Beachville 4 Judy
this week. r'
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA FHONE 1(2-3111 Rev. F. E Day will fill his appointment ."
Adults SOo-Children 110 -Tax Included here Sunday. Come -t< tkn

BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE and worship. with us J.. eT'vRTJE

JlL* Saturday DArns lti4S-Mo UJtOO-v,,. ..... 0 'I t..... .. .
))1 t''; Sunday Through, Friday OpeN 1:4S-Movie t.00: Seek Enrollment LntioCity '

THIIRRDAY-FRiDAY, JANUARY 11-18 Bible Institute : .5Awu :
Enrollment for correspondencecourses
at Lake City Bible Inatl.tue *
STATION SIX SAHARACARTOON are now being accepted the
) ) Rev. F. E. Day president sold
here this week.
SATURDAY. UN'UAny II The institute offers Inter-de-
I BOWERY nomlnatlonal study of the Blblo .
and tuition is free. Day said
JUNGLE GENTSFeature The group now has around 09 .
No. 2_ students he continued and is I located (", ..
on West DcBoto Street in : ,
Lake City ... _
NEWS!: Day said the institute operates

RIINDAY-MONDAYiJANUARY 1T-H under policies set by a controlling ,
board. 4k

I CARTOON NEWS Report ,Anon Evidence
TUESDAY-WFnNFSDir JANUARY 19-tB Take action against arson In y .
the woods Report any evidenceof
THE BLOB anon In the woods. to your local '
U No. authorities, and support TOTAL f
Feature S strong law enforcement.and YEAR-ROUND COMFORT WITH

I DINOSAURUSI children of Vallnco visited Reverse-cycle Electric

Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes Saturday Air-conditioning

j Check Our Ability To Serve Itarene-cycle central and window model tnf comfort So
now coat little more than straight Join the hundred of

I You BETTER..And Our .': unit. So the heating feature fa practically cooling!> this thousand truly*modern of Floridian already enjoymf
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I a free bonus! And the recent 110 minion bleasinf.Sea your
electric! rat*reduction (our 4th major price dealer or air geed!* 0ning con
{1. BETTER Prices Before 'You Buy! cut sir conditioning in 10 yan) male the biggest*year-round bargain: lectria seer today

I You ..ftlplCe and the extra cost of w

Separate beating and cooling systems since
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Chorus Will SinK I Making Way for Building Subscriptions II Social Security Answers I

[Musical Programs Planned For Suicanne DemocratListed
a 1fi ;.nS ,9rI (Editor's Hot: These question I gt dUablllty payment}

[Memorial\ During Foster WeekWhite below are nw *ubacrtpUons > and answers are compiled by WU ANSWER: : No. If :you are severely
and subscription renewedto llam M. Cues, District Manage disabled and have enough
for the Social Security: Administration social: security work credit,
Sprints Fla One of Florida's outstanding the Suwanne Democrat from you
jtusical groups, the St. Petersburg Male Chorus, will beard January 1 to January .. readers at to Valdorta.mall their Banes questions Invite to can get disability. payments re-
in concerts here Saturday and Sunday Jan. 16-17 NEW SUBSCRirriONSRev. him at P. 0.lbax 1122 Valdosta gardtau: of ale.QUESTION
the Stephen Foster Memorial the Suwannee and lira OUt Page, Lake : My 17-year-old
Oa. Please do not nail your .Inqulrtas daughter ls letting married. I am
The two concerts bv the 40-vofee chorus will. climax: City to this paper.. 47 and
- ---- ------ -- only do not have any other 't
Mrs. J. H. Harry, JacksonvilleMrs.
Poster Memorial Week QUESTION: retired In INS children will '
anon, marking the 101s the Amigo.Male Sinters of the Barry Kunert, L. O. when I was U tease old. I have stop when the gets my married or"
verary of the famous com Suwannee Valley Area who are I A. C. Bas, Ft Myers been getting my benefit! check for will they keep on until she ls age
r's death on Jan. 13. 1884 directed by A. W. Levy, Lake City Rufus L. Robinson Bartow $100 a month. Now I am offered II?
Porter Memorial here was A tormerJeanie" contestant, Mrs. Thomas H. Redford U O a Job for all months at 1100 a ANSWER: Your payments will
lit and 1* operated by the State Ann Daniel Adams of Winter Edgar M. Ayers Branford week. Will this cause me to lose stop when
your daughter
f Florida In honor of the nation* Haven played the accordion. FFC Kermit W. Walker It. all checks for this year t married. Neither
you nor your
; known composer, whose more On Wednesday Jan. 13, which Polk La.8t7BsaunloNs. ANSWER: No. you will lose daughter can get a social security
300 melodies Include the annually is observed as National RENEWED checks only for the months that payment for the month In which
State tone. "Suwanne* Stephen Poster Memorial Dar a Mrs. R. J. Oreene Perry you actually: work and earn more your daughter marries. You may
ft'f". program was arranged featuringtwo H. J. Johnson. L. O. than 100. No matter how much be able to get widow's paymentsat
Directed. by John L. J. D. Howell Rt, L. O. .
Reynolds weD known musicians from your total earnings are for the age 62, or payment
e St. Petersburg singers have North Florida and South Georgia. Week began Monday. at the site ef Town and Country Meters Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Powder rear, no check: will be held back own work record if you on become your
ppeared on many programs at Mrs. June Conyers Montgomery Is*. en U.S. Itt N..... I. the picture ab.v* the dirt b being reBBeved Sprint for' any month In which you did disabled.
lithe Memorial. The concert nest of Orange Park was scheduled to U level the area with lit and HantUUa Av*. Lee Dunham Mrs Steve Denmark. Jackonvllle > not earn over 1100 or work as a e.
tturday and Sunday will begin play recital at noon and at 3 pm win build the 7tiU1 ft all steel and she tractor with aa entrant self-employed penon.
.t; 3 p.m. tn the auditorium of the on the fJ-bell Deacan carillon. fro bet Itt and lIaDD.... Th building will be testedevth Mrs. Ruth Snyder It. Myers QUESTION! I am a young No.1..
I Poster Carillon Tower. Memorial Sharing the Poster Day program .. Mevells Express, Jacksonville widow with several children. W*
*f Parker's Drive Id sad wffl haw the k.lay, parts .,. Details were completed this
Director. PortoL.. Bens said. with her was Mrs. J. M. Odom oMoultrie. R. P. Driver, Rt., L. O. get sods security: benefits. If I
week to
and tales and seals department the firm. (Deneerat Staff Inaugurate a welcome
o The diversified In- J. R. Avery, Rt.. L. O.
program Oa. with a series of appearances should remarry will the payment newcomer
_ IuIIq many Foster favorites, during the day at the I Pbe-te) Miss Becky Robinson, 0..1Ion.Uo. ,stop Oak Woman's project Club with the Live
f* Jirtn feature Prentice V. Wheeler keyboards of the von Janko pi. ANSWER: No. Your own check Chamber of and the
//10 .....tae: Henry W Frederick" ana the Roberts harpsichord anda J. W. Kirby Branford stops with the month that you re Commerce as Join'1PORIOr"
,lad Director Reynolds/ tenon ai concert grand piano. State Natural Gas Used Is Increasing Lsvern Porter Rt. L. O. marry. But the children will con Local merchants andmanufactures .
oral soloists Oeorte Bartlett win an J._ L. DarneL. BertswH. tine to receive: their Even If are providing processed
The public* Invited to
ent banje number: and Fred The consumption of natural i of natural gas for the producUoQ V. Sapp.L.O. your new husband adopts the product and other Items
Memorial Director
Martin will serve aa acoom pedal Barnes programs and gas in Florida Increased 13 perant :of electricity while about half the Mrs. J. D. Carter JacksomllleMrs. children. they continue to receive a* gift. Chamber President LouieC.
pointed out .
klst.Obaenranee. during 1M3. the last year tales -ue more natural ga In Charles Smith.Palatka Wadsworth said this week any
there is no charge other than the for which figures are available, other types of manufacturing Mrs. Donald M. payment member of the chamber could
of Potter Week wa McCullera Sa QUESTION: : I thought that
regular admlaalon fee for entry
while the national average Increase than does Florida." vannah. Oa. participate by contacting Miss
last week end with a octal
pro- farmers could get security
into the 343-acrt Poster Park on e Helen Dialer or Den Oltmore.S. .
which featured a tribute to the Suwannee River was less than bait the George Croft MeAlpIn credit If they wanted It. Recently .
tephen Foster by June X.Nkk Florid rate, the Florida State Dew Will Serve At H. M. McCaghren O'BrienA. a neighbor told me that coverage
) Connor state senator from Chamber of Commerce pointed O. Dorsett. Branford for f..nn.Ind.. ., social security Office SappUes at Mediate.)
e, and railed musical Hunting with a shotgun capableof out In its Weekly Burin*** Review Seymour Johnson Base Ulla Crotler, Branford la compulsory.! Who U right
elections. Vocal numbers were holding more than 3 shell Is released jrcterday. OOLDSBORO. N. C. Staff Mrs. George Hatch, Wellborn ANSWER.Th: fanners' "op.
ated by Donna L. Dlckenson. contrary to the regulation of the The consumption in Florida of Sergeant James R Dees, son of Mrs. L. M. Kent L. O. on" Is just a special way to fl,. DO YOU HAVE AN
currently "Jeanie With Game and Fresh Water Fish natural gas for all purposes totaled Mrs. Hubert Severance of this J. M. Clark DrLand ure the amount to be reported,
Light Bcnrn Hair, and by I OommlMlon. 171.4M million cubic feet; 39 city, has arrived for duty at Seymour Hon. Don Fuqua, Washington which cm be used by many low Alcohol Problem?

14see .................................................., million Florida cubic wells.feet being procured Johnson AFB. N. C. Woodrow D. C. Income farmers. It 1s not a way We now have In Ure Oak
from Sergeant Den, a missile ana i, D ea L. O.Olynn to Set out of paying the social H. AA
an Group ready to
MM i ,. "The Difgeai users 01 natural,lira&. previously served at OrlffUsAFB. Duncan I* O. curtly tax. When net earning.
J I" in th state an electrlo com N. T. His new unit is part of Wynne Preu Clipping Bureau, from your farm are 1400 or more. help you.WRITE
. lanfea. These plants accountedfor the Tactical Air Command which Livingston N. J. you mutt report It. Your social
--fl M.S43 million cubit feet of the provides firepower and other air Capt. Peter O. Krcll. Key West security office will send you a free P. O. Box 591
I Iy N3 total a gain af 1 per cent. support to U. 8.! Army forces. LotU L. Green, Oalnetvtlle. pamphlet which explain thetannu' LIVE OAK ,
Other manufacturing plants In Th sergeant is a graduate of Gordon Raines, Rt. L. O. reporting reaponilbllU
the state used I1.XM million cubic Suwannee High School. Hi wife, J. O. LAnier, L. O. tie*. OR CONTACT YOUR.
y eet. up 11 per cent, Danetha la the daughter of Mr. R. L. Lord. U O. QUESTION: I* It true that you Physician or Minister
The fastest growing category and Mr*. D. C. Powell of Flatter Joe Boatrlght. McAlptn must be 60 year old In order to
of gas consumers In Florid during Beach.
1M3 .was the commercial establishment a
group' stores mtau-
. \.... .1.1r rant and the like. This group Flavor Mate\ J5
Free 24-Hour Oxyren-Equlpped, Radio-Dispatched : used 1I.43S million cubic feet up Pork chop team nicely with
2. per cent over 1M2. There wen Spanish rice. After the chop are jievelleC1aelf.
.J AMBULANCE SERVICE t 21.000 customers tn this group. irowned. place them in a Casa.-
TO SUWANNEE COUNTY RESIDENTS : "Oss of natural ga In Florid role with the rice-tomato milare. b I'll l rt t Sfr' ffporf Coup
. Phone 362-3333 : homes totaled L2M million cubic Cover and Mica In a 150- 11"letTO
: feet, up 11 per cent and thin degree oven for about 1% hours a
E JAMES B. DANIELS FUNERAL HOME i customers numbered 314.004. or until chops are tender. __
"In recent yean Florida bat e _
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Ward Fertilizer Company of Branford offer to the farmers and people of the Suwannee River Valley 350 1) feels likeiuAineriafitfamrile

many benefit because) It is a locally operated plant. The concern U managed by local people, men who S
know the people of the Suwannee River area and their problem. i

Ward Fertilizer Company' products are) made for the soil of the Suwannee River Valley by peopU intenuctlintc size
who know these tolls from both study aad experience. The Company will also mix fertilizer for the i car

farmer own analysts if they ao desire giving them a "...lIor made" product. ;

Credit terms are made by local people who know the problem and needs of the local people and 1

they can rive you the answer to these credit problems without delay ; L.-,14ik-

The management of this Company I is worklnr at all times to find and secure better markets and .=
sources of income that will provide Utter and better profits to our farmer which mean betUr business ; .
for all concerns la the Suwannee River Valley They can also furnish the farmer with technical assistance .r r

by experts In various agricultural field from Southern Nitrogen Company upon request. ;

The Company pays taxes locally, bearing a burden that other would hive to pay If the plant was Snot

located in this area. 3

The Company pay a $90,000 annual payroll which flow Into the local economy 1

Ward Fertilizer Company also operate its own shop to keep It* modem equipment In the best of ;
: Nnt Urn you're feeling low, mme on In and plunk yourself
condition to fire the farmer of this area the beet In efficient and prompt service. ; down in UM bucket seat of a Chmlls.. Malibu tan* Sport.
Ward Fertilizer Company ha provided th. farmer of the Snwannee River Valley with thousands of 3 lick the Ignltion-brlns that iMdatonkr aSO-hp power (f7/Vft/VT //i/
dollar of savin** on all type of fertilizer due to low.r transportation costs on all fertilizer delivered 'In S plant to lie Then go And a rWa/wi try not to amikT" .
this section because) of freight rate equalization with point' to Branford a* a result of this plant being lo S We think It's th* greatest trfll Jnc>* wtvkwuls-aiMl (II J en11CO
tat.clln the heart of the Sawanoec River Valley. that gee for tile other Cnertlle VVs too The I tt -lIp. And

Ward Fertilizer Company I* a citizen of the Suwannee River Valley and hopes to serve the present Sand the VA- and JOO-hp jobs we ran order for you.
future need of the farmer and citizen with the best products and mot efficient service that are And of coursepower cIo-aA'.1I you right off. maybeCbrrtlU's mI
short radius handlingwig. ...
turning ) sad overall .
available and also hope to have a prominent part In the future development of the Suwannee River ; Or Ill full Coil auspension ridof.Or ,Its alt einyear.,

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Associational general commercial and traffic purchase of right of way in the First primary winners for county Postofflce. which the city rallied and then Front Grocery after 21 lean: "*or
Baptist manager until'' his appointment t county. They decreed that hence office were Clerk Lavaughn A. Announcement was made In rebounded from Its worst disaster operation In November A card
Brotherhood To Meet earlier this year as assistant general forth property owners would be Sessions, Tax Assessor Win. Hub- July that a survey was underwayby In history. This event Is still vote turned out for the Ientral
The Assoclatlonal: Brotherhoodof manager, the post he now offered the appraised value for bard Gray, Supervisor Henry C. North Florida Telephone Co. fresh In moat minds This was the election November B.
the Suwannee Missionary Baptist -I holds the land needed rather than continue Wooley, County Commissioner to determine additional faculties first time National Guardsmen Robert Engstrom moved MI
Association will meet Monday The new director who is now to use bargaining practicesas Bill Bonds and School Board needed here. The growth of the were called to duty hereIn Western Auto Associate stort in.
January It, at 7:00 p.m. at serving as president of the Live in the past Member Leamon GilL firm from 3400 stations in 1854 to early October flood water to more spacious quarters on
the First Baptist Church in Live Oak Rotary Club and who la a Four county officials saw Second primary winners were a thriving company of over 15.000 bad receded sufficiently for the South Ohio Avenue and held M
Oak. past president of the Suwannee March 15 pass with happiness for State Senator Houston Roberts, stations In 1064 best describedthe National Guard to be released and open house there November 20ji
President Arnold Brim thU County Chamber of Commerce, they won nomination for new Superintendent Henry M. Folsom, growth enjoyed by the company cleanup work began. The City of A eurvey of local business hom.
week Issued an Invitation to all Joined the Florida Telephone terms without opposition as the County Commissioner Curtis O since its formation here. Live Oak: was ranted $284,480 by es 00 days after the flood indicated .
men from the 33 churches In the Company at Ocala In 1942 when qualifying deadline passed. Thoseso Humphries and School Board Dedication: ceremonies were OPE to help pay: damage costs recovery had progressed tos
association to attend. Supper will Wettsteln was president of that nominated were Sheriff Duke Member Eustace A. Collins. held in late July at the Douglass and rebuild damaged city facilities mendously and that a new loot
be served and a banner awardedthe firm. McDowell came to Live Oak McCalllster, County Judge fleece Construction began on renovation Recreation Center and a new now graced the damaged part ot
church with the best attend- with Wettsteln to assist In the Brown Tax Collector Sara B. of the Courthouse In mid pool was opened. Other October news was openIng the city:
ance computed on number and formation, organization and management Rawls and First District County May A news story In the Democrat by Morris Poole and Leon Suwannee High School zed
mileage. of North Florida Telephone Commissioner Laura B. Roberson Robert Cason won state awardas told of the work done and construction McDonald of a Dodge-Chrysler Branford High School offlcUQ
John Hart supervisor of schools It was the second unopposed elec- top Jaycee leader In, Florida of a church in this city dealership here with plans for a I lost their accreditation in Decems .
In Hamilton County, U to speak President Wettsteln "said directors tions for Mn. Rawls and fibber during the month.Announcement by the Mormons or Latter-Day modern building on North Ohio ber when the Southern Assort
at the meeting of his company expressed was made of Saints the final week in July Avenue. tin took both schools off the IK.
Brim said the croup's theme pleasure at having McDowell join son.It was announced in March the purchase of five acres on August saw this county's leaf Dedication of a new Educational New Idea brought dealers froaall '
this year is "forget the score in them in direct management of the that New Idea Farm Equipment Walker Street by the local Advent crop move to market with price Building at the First Baptist over this nation here to w
64 and be alive in 65". company's affairs. Co. of Ooldwater, Ohio, has selected Christian Church with the view averages highest here of any In Church here came early in the their lOllS line of farm machln:
.- -. Live Oak u the site for its of relocating their church on the the belt. Suwannee Warehouse month. ery. They praised facilities her
sales meeting in December and site later. Number One, oldest warehouse in Members of the school advisory for meetings of this kind. ',
Three Suwannee Youths I No. 6Federal the Suwannee High School Band June came In with graduationof I I the city: went up In flames early committee limited its activity to Tobacco growers Of Suwannee,
Get Diplomas At FSU received a superior rating at district 139 students from Suwannee In the morning of August 19 physical plant and financing and County Joined others In the state
government contests in Gainesville High School. County commissioners adopteda divided into two subcommittees and belt in approving control of
.TALLAHASSEE. Jan 13 Employees of Florida Rock Local citizens Joined with peo- Business at the board of county county budget and set mlllage for its detailed analysis. In late I acreage for the coming! three
Dlplomu are being mailed this made a sizeable donation to the ple from all parts of the state In commissioners during June featured at 2555 mills October, the school board voted to years despite the 19.5 per cent
week to 720 students earning degrees Suwannee County Hospital to pay early April for the dedication of a a decision to hire an engineer In early September, the school build a new high school at Pine acreage reduction announced by
at Florida State University for life-saving equipment in early cottage at the Florida Sheriffs for the county and award of board named a 15-man advisory View and a new building at Bran- the Secretary of Agriculture
during the fall trimester. The February.The Boys Ranch here as a memorialto a contract to Montgomery Trucking committee to study the school ford bated on a committee recommendation Thus it was that Suwannee
number Included 878 gettingbachelor's a city adopted a street paving the late Sheriff Hugh Lewis of Co to construct the county situation In the county and then due largely to severe County passed thru a year of
99 of
degree a damage and abandonment
plan that Includes six streets Suwannee County. Another 20 airport. to recommend courses of action School and subsequent many problems a major disaster
and 43 a doctorate. Suwannee High -
'The list, of graduates Included and county commissioners hireda boys can be accepted at the Erection of a memorial chapelto the board could and should take grant of $115. by OPEto some growth and many bright
three from Suwannee County. firm to complete plans for an Ranch It was. announced. the memory of the late Dr. to solve the school questions replace the damaged buildingExpanded days
airport County commissioners opened Burr A. L. Bixler at the Advent Clarence Ratliff was elected : facilities offered by The year Just begun will record
They ant Announcements for public office bids on April 16 for renovation of Christian Home at Dowllng Park chairman with Jack Phillip\ being the Suwannee River Regional Library what the community does to
Branford, William Alexander
during February were heavy and additions to the county was announced in late June. designated vice chairman would be possible It was an- meet some of the problems carried
Fletcher, BA arts & science
Live Dob- as political campaigns at the local Courthouse. Gay Construction of A pre-construction conference News In September from the nounced in October u a result of over from the previous year
Thomas Louis
Oak. levels began to shape up. Jacksonville: was Awarded the was held here in early July to 12th of the month on was the a grant of $5000000 a
bins Jr., MS.McAlpin March saw the first In a seriesof contract. discuss renovation at the local flood. its disaster, the manner In1 James Smith closed his Blue (Office B.ppUe at MoOHmMa's)
Spessard Boatright
BS education. conferences about Suwannee The third and final polio Immunization -
a County schools when Dr. Mitchell\ clinic was held here
something Wade of the state departmentmet April 12 and the Live Oak Rotary
Discipline is for eVery -
with the school board to discuss Club, sponsors of the event terms
child to learn but the lesson
the situation Later that the project'a huge success with
requires a wise teacher.Florida
f month Carl Barley, also of the response exceeding expectations.
3 state department, came here for Clarence H Ratllff moved his
;o. 5. a conference with school officials. Ford agency Into new quarters on
: Telephone since Its organization County commissioners an- U. 8. 129 north of Live Oak In
In 1955 and served as nounced a basic change in the mid April.
I' j The Live Oak Lions Club saluted -
'I seven seniors at Suwannee
High School for scholastic

TIME FOR YOUR achievement at a banquet held In
late April. The seven scored 400
or better on the senior placement Need A Good Salesman?

SPRING EQUIPMENT REPAIR test. A delegation from the Down- _.
town Lions Club of Jacksonville
headed by Harold F, Milton par-
COMPLETE REPAIR FOR ALL MAKE ticipated In the program
Good salesmen hard that
to by
At their May meeting, the are so come many a
TRACTORS AND FARMING EQUIPMENT board of county commissioners retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to rub
agreed to call for bids on a county -
when he needed help to sell merchandise.It
airport. more : .
We Pick Up And DeliverALLBR1TTON
Elections were held in May and
record numbers turned out for
the vote.
BROS. In the city, John Cannon defeated would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman!

.sl:. for a council veteran seat Harold; M J Gilmore Kirby who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make all

; r TRACTOR CO. won re-election over C. B Me- the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every
Mullen and Wade Keen won elect day.
215 W. BTH ST. 382-2381 tion without opposition. No run-
off election was necessary

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t CASH REGISTER .- '. '''It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't p ri

make mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory,

REMINGTON MANUAL who found interested customers on short notice, and sold

I '.. '..' 'V merchandise

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powers City due to Injuries received in an
Mr*. C. D. Eskew of Birmingham. automobile accident last Wednesday
SUWANNUEDof L\T AUu, and Mr and Mrs. E. 11:. night
lynch ST, visited friends In Mr. and Mrs.T. D. Minter were
Clearwater and St. Petersburglast business visitors In Ocala Friday
LIVE OAK Sunday and Monday. night.
Mrs. Ed Bubar spent a few days David Philpot. student at Jacksonville .
last week as a patient In the 8u- University visited relative

ESTABLISHED 1884 UVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, IKS VOL. 80, NO. 35 wannee Oak. County Hospital In Live end.* In Branford over the week 7e

Little Chert) Fletcher daughter .
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fletcher of
News From Branford Branford Loses Branford Girls Branford Is a patient In the Su. Lynclis Celebrate 44th
wanne County Hospital In Live
To Greenville Win And LoseThe Oak suffering from Injuries re. Wedding Anniversary
celved when she was struck by a
Mr. and Mn. E. E. Lynch 8r,
Branford girls\ basketball car last Monday afternoon. celebrated their .
BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH forty-fourth wedding
By 56-49 CountThe team lost to the WUllston girls Mrs. W. J. Halley Is a patient anniversary January 1 at
Friday night by a score of 51-34 In the Lake Short Hospital in their home In Branford.
I Duct Have Seven Wins Branfonl P-TA Will Branford Dues traveled to but rebounded for a 41-39 win over Lake City. Present were Mrs. Lonnie Lac
Oreenvllle last Tuesday night only R. M. Chandler was admittedto
the Trenton girls Saturday quey and children Mrs. Marcia
Meet 7:30 Tonight to return on the short end of a night. the Suwannee County Hospital
I Bird and daughter. Mrs Patricia
Branford Wins Williston Thriller; The Bimnfwd Farent-Teaeh- 58-49 score. The loss pushed the Betty Lee proved to be the scoring In Live Oak. Saturday night Bradley and son. Mr. and Mn.
ere AuwclaUca will meet ..- Quo record to six wins and three leader getting IS and 10 Miss Joann Thomas returned to John p. Lynch and family, and
Loses To Tall Trenton SquadThe alKht tn.....,) at 7:31 .... losses. points In the week end action. Gainesville Sunday where she attends E. B. Lynch Jr, and family all
ta the ached cafeteria' Leroy Branford jumped oft to an ear. I'oor foul shooting put the flues the University of Florida\ of Branford: Mr. and Mrs. Bmo
Braaford Bucs defeated the Willuton Red Devils ....... director .f Instractloala ly lead which: war expected but In trouble Friday night The Saturday Miss Thomas was accompaniedby Kill and son and Robert Ader- ...
Friday night before a large home crowd. Bill Terry, Sewanaee County will be the ran Into an upset minded band ofPirates win was the fifth In eight her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W bolt all of Lake City and Mrs
guest speaker. Oreenvllle first gained B. Thomas.
tries for Coach Shirley Jackson's C. D. Bakes of Birmingham Ala.
Johnny Fissell and Andy Cheney led the Orange and Blue L. C. Davis. president .f thergimUaUon the lead 19-18 and then pushed Mrs Nellie Winton U a patientIn A variety of camellias were
scoring 73 point between them. Terry had 28, Fluel vgee all members It up to SS-J9 before the first half girls.Defensive play was the outstanding the Division HtMpita In Lake used In decorating the home. Mr.
23 and Cheney 22 points. The visitors were paced by and Interested persons U be ended. The Pirates took advantage factor In the Trenton City and Mrs. Lynch have lived In the
\ hot shooting Guard Bobo orU. JlftWD& of the Bucs cold shooting game. Mr and Mrs. C. P. Hostetter of Branford community for about U
Inc ability In handing the Dues along with some hot free throw Roanoke. Va., are visiting their
The next clash will be againstthe years and recently built a new
fith.Branford'a Jerry Scarborough an t9-5 licking. shooting to gain the lead. Keystone Hlghts girls Friday son-in-law and dauihter. Mr and home then
held another visiting star. Truby Coach Jamerson said "We had Baptist Sunday School Johnny Fluetl got Into foul night. Mrs. R. O. Griffith and family, .
English to eight points. 11 below nothing to be ashamed of. we daaaca Hold Meet\ trouble early In the game and several days this month.
i were Just beaten soundly by prob.ably recovered. He out Mrs. M. B. Jordon of Rslford
his average per game. never fouled Hrunfonl Woman dub
Branford Jumped off to an the beat Class C team In the The Fldells and Oolden Circle with over six minutes remaining Oscar Harry Munch III visited the Rev and Mrs. Allen
early 11-8 lead In the first quarter state". Sunday School Classes ofhe tn the game. Bill Terry also had Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Munch Jr Price Monday, returning home To Meet Wednesday
end were never headed. WUllston The Tigers using a pressing First Baptist Church met Thursday the lime problem. announce the birth of a son Tuesdsy. with Mrs. Jordon were two t* The Branford Woman Club
managed to cut the lead to defense and a fast breaking! offense night. Januray 1. at the horn The big man for Greenville was January I. In a Lake City grandson. Mark and Bill Price. will hold Its regular monthly
five points Just before the half jumped to a quick 39-10 of Mrs. Robert Fletcher In Bran. .'1. Center Damn Booth who hospital. The baby weighed T IDS Mrs. T. D. Minter and Mrs meeting Wednesday January 30
but a rash of quick baskets soon bad In the first quarter. This lead ford. Eighteen members were pumped In 33 points and pulled I((4 oar. and has been named Oscar Msbry Bryant were business visit at 1:30: pjn. In the club building.
after the second half began put was padded the second Quarter present for the meeting.Mrs. down 16 rebounds. Aiding Booth Harry Munch III. ors In Gainesville Friday after Mrs S. L. Townsend chairman
the game out of reach for the with the two teams leaving the WUlenc Carver and Mrs was Ouard Bill Andrews who add. 1'OOI\. of the public affairs departmentwill
Devils. floor at the b. fume Intermissionwith Pletcher gave the devotional and ed It points. The danger In Ignorance 1s that Bobby Sims son of Mr and have charge of the program.
the UU Tigers leading 84- Mrs. Allen Price led in prayer.A have It without Mrs. Lawton Slurs la patient In All members .
The win wu the seventh of the The flues were paced by Andy so many people a are urged to be present
season tor the young Bucs.Saturday's 23. The Tigers were paced by 4"Kotton business meeting was held Cheney" with 1> points He was the least suspecting it. the Lake Shore Hospital In Lake
Browning's 23 point C 2" during which a study course to be
trip to Trenton the only Hue consistent with his
Murray Smith's II points. C 3" taught at the class meetings was
turned out to be a nightmare for shoti. hitting on 43 per cent of hl 1attempts.
Danny Wilson's U point, andr discussed. A committee was appointed
the Bun and their fine record. f Jimmy Slaughter's 13 points to procure a book.
Coach Bill Jsmeraon' expressed
The Trenton Tigers displayed r." the social Mrs. Tenneseal Galvanized
They received help from During hour. Roofing
amazing height speed' and shoot- concern at the number of missed
Center alike Watson who also Odell BAITS was honored with I
lay-ups and the weak defense'
added eight points. surprise stork shower.Pink .
which has been Instrumental In
REPAIR SERVICE The Dues had an outstanding red. and white camellia. the previous wins. ;_,_. I ii' Special, feature make this heavy duty
effort from Johnny rusett who were used in decorating throughout "It
war lust one of those nights
had 30 points and 33 abounds the living room and dining when everything goes wrong. I '_I_I t 11' 29 gauge Galvanized metal roofing a superior .
Jlssell' was aided by Bill Terry room. The rerre.hnwntable was
)lust hop we can cone back In
and Andy Cheney who had 14 covered with an egg shell lace our next game. the notch said I quality at a low, low price.
points each. cloth a crystal punch bowl was .
tON placed at one end of the table

YWA Group Meets punch and pink bOwLRetrealuMnta camellias circled the Ilaptiot WMU\ Will l W.B.HOWLANDGROCERY

With Mr*. MurrayThe of nut calf. Meet Monday Night' (4 6pec1.1 teakproor
cookies salted nuts and punch
Young Women's Auxiliaryof The W.M.U. of the Pint B'p.:
EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE the first Baptist Church met. were 8I'rn4. list Church will meet Monday t t'ealons
Mayo Road Phone 342-1235
RATES Thursday night. January 7. at the night. January'1' at the church. \t 2. tile Peseas ee Up
PICK UP A DELIVERY home of Mrs. Glen Murray In The Royal Service Program will .
OPEN 5.30 A.M. TIL 10100 P.M.
Branford. The regular program Thank You NoteWe be presented and a business meeting I. .... I,.... Lola J. TM. v oe1M
All Work Guaranteed .
was presented after which short wish to thank each aBel wlU be held. _-"11c.t.p_ 4. TIle T.... Cmv SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
JIMMY'S business meeting was held. every one for he many kindness AH members are urged to be
Those present were Sara NeD es shown us during our time of plw.rnt,

Hydraulic Jacks OweN. Lynda Bailey Kathy Ortffits. need and my extended lUneia.of M...-...........................N.NNe/N.-..-1.-.NN11.NNe.-.-.-.NNN.-.-.-NNNNN.-.-..-IININNe1N NNINN....N..eNN N .__a
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i.; 1RANFORD, FLORIDA leader Mrs. Murray.Refreshmenti Mary Stanley

' ,,- "Can a, small-town were girl served.find happinessmarried (Paid Notice) ; Branford Sta teBaoR- .I' I

"Serving the People of hit Suttannf ulcer Valley Since 191V9 !
( to a man who's in love with his new Dodge Polara?)


"A man who talks BRANFORD, FLORIDA

in his sleep ... A man who

about such nonsense even smiles while : STATEMENT OF "
as a 383 he dreams about I
cube inch V8. the money he saved '

a 121 inch wheefcase. by buying a She can December 31 1964

and over 17 Polara instead of if f he shares it ,

cube feet of big car X? with! her i

trunk span? Can she? once in a whdePM RESOURCES i

Cash and Due From Hanks $ 404,127.89C3 i

United States Securities ,: i

State County and Municipal Honda 2fl.831.22

i Loans & Discount (Including 4,727.79 Overdrafts) 694,570.45

Banking House A Furniture & Fixture 47.43001

Other Aanet 4 ",lIt.02

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Stock f 30000.00

Surplus ; 2.000.00

Undivided Profit Reserves 80.092.97!
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Reserve for Bad Debt 14.S87.87
Other LlstlllU.s -e 1,152.00
Deposit 1,697.552.29

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MRS. EVA L. THOMPSON, Chairman .f the Board )lJc. EVA I I. THOMPSONA.
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na.w-soiltrst/b _ks.Sut3S1astMgNrMt. A. B. WARE Vice President MRS. ETHEL B. PHILLIPS
M tM tan fist a****f*.-M yx three *..*.
GRAHAM C. OWEN Vice President ft Cashier A. JACK PHILLIPS

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Miss Sheila Frances Rlngnc r Last Rites Held Jehovah's Witnesses All liree Day Asssmbly
Member of Jehovah's Witnesses j Purpose of the convention
&fneeu f > from the Live Oak congregation Weaver stated, was to further
At Wellborn For Attended a three-day circuit train Jehovah's) Witnesses for
assembly In Valdosta Oa., last ministerial work they perform In
M. II. BurkeFuneral week, William W. Weaver, presiding ) this community.; All local meetIngs -
WOMeN minister for the local group were resumed this week, he

services for Melvin aid this week.O'Hara added. o .

T Henry Burke, who passed away
January 4 at Hampton Oa. after Makes Dean's Card. Of Thanks
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor a brief Illness, were held Thursday We would like to express our
{ afternoon at 3:00: p.m. in the List At University appreciation to all who made our
V Wellborn Methodist Church. In- Lowell OUara, son of Mr. and supper possible thru donations
Here And There
r terment followed In the McClel- Mrs M. A. O'Hara of this city, and help In preparing the food.
Y lan Cemetery with Brannon Fun- made the Dean'a List at the University Boy Scouts of America
Mrs. Winston Radford and son, Hospital. eral Home of Lake City In chargeof : of Florida for the past tri- Troop 389
I arrangements -o cater. Live Oak, Florida
Wlnse, arrived here recently from Mrs. H. J. Evans spent several ,
with her son- The deceased wu born In Young O'Hara U a student In (Paid Notice)
Bamberg. Germany, they were accompanied weeks In Pensacola
home by Mrs. Thomas in-law and daughter, Mr. and Franklin Finance, Ohio, and was the university's College of Engineering .
a farmer by trade. (Office Supplies at MeCrUaon's)
Dees. Their son,
H. Radford 8r. who had been visiting Mrs Rudolph
Lt. and Mrs. Radford since David Dees, has been In the hos- : r {er M Survivors include three daughters -
y Mrs. Ooldie Oaylord of Wellborn -
April. Mrs. Radford and son will pital with pneumonia.
Miss Janet Lynn Burke and
be here visiting her parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crews and A
Miss Kathey Burke, both of Thought For TodayBy
and Mrs. Rodney Tysonuntil daughters, Brenda, Pamela, and
M. Albert
Hampton Oa; a son,
March.: On Monday Mrs. Lindsey Judy, visited the nuclear ship, Savannah Burke Jefferson Oa.; three deters BRODY C. HARRIS!
H. Bennett and son, Hamilton, docked at Jacksonville'sport Mrs. Ernie Chatfield of
of Rossvllle, Oa., arrived to spend also
over the week They Franklin Furnace, Mra. Goldie "EVERY SWEET HAS ITS SOUR; EVERY EVIL ITS GOOD..."
two weeks with her parents, Mr. visited Fernandina Beach and I
Troutman of Ironton Ohio, and
and Mrs.Rodney Tyson. toured Fort Clinch, camping overnight If we were to think of the "sweet" referred toby
Mrs. Amelia Oliver, of Columbus.
Mrs1. state park there. Emerson u success, power riches or any of a
Mr. and H.J. Williams are at the
Ohio five brothers Paul Burke
; I thousand sought-after how evt
m prizes we can see
the Christmas
this week in during
spending Jacksonville Visiting
Oeorge Burke, and Roy Burke, ,
cry sweet might conceivably hare Its sour. If In
with their daughter-In-law and holidays In the home of Mr. and I "
all of Franklin Furnace, Ohio the pursuit or the use of these noramlly worthy
family, Mrs. J. p Williams, who Mrs. M. L. Fletcher In McAlpinwere "'i Ernest Burke of Columbus. Ohio, J: prizes we were to lose all sensible perspective or {
has been a patient in Riverside their 'children, Mr and Mrs. and Homer Burke of California; $ ,,-. sacrifice personal Integrity\ these selfsame sweets
and five grandchildren. would then be very souring indeed I
;fl'Mr Active pallbearers were B. W. 1 On th* "QlII'.aM. evils have their good in the

Lowe, J. L. Eddy Jeff McKeithen, .I!coercelions more

Emmltt Oaylord. Dewey Deese, not devoured by forces of strength and good which,
A REMINDER and Dunbar Hagan. ." strangely. enough are born of an urgent need to
Serving u honorary pallbearer defend against the baseness and corruption spawned by evil itself.
--- -- were Roger Oaylord. Murray Wil-

and Mis. Troy C. Skipper announce the engagement and llama Tommy Oelger. Thurston FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
r approaching marriage of her daughter,Miss Sheila Frances Blngnes McLeran, DeB Oaylord. and I. W.

These Banking Institutions to William Alfred Greene, son Mrs.. Louis R. Greene and the late Berry, i Suwanne County Residents

Mr. Greene of Jasper
I Miss Rlngnes Is a 1964 graduate of Sawanne High School and County Nursing Council.

Will Be ClosedTUESDAY Mr. Greene Is a IttZ graduate ef Jasper High School Will Meet Tuesday
The wedding will be an event of February 20 at the home ef The Buwannee County Home SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME

Mill Rlngnes' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs C. L. Wheelus. Nursing Council will\ meet Tues-
day. January 10. at 12.13: pjn. In Licensed Funeral Director

.. the Blue Room of the Suwannee 825 S. Ohio Avenue
I Mrs. Johnson Circle Hostess Hotel. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Mrs. Frances Hopkins\ Suwan
Mrs. Charles Johnson was hostess taking part.
JANUARY 19 1965 Eleven members were present. nee County welfare supervisorwill
to the Alice Oavanta Circleof After the,closing prayer refreshment be the guest speaker.All PHONE 362.1234McCrimon'
the First Baptist Church Mon- were served. members are urged to be

day at her home on East Duval present.
r In Observance of Street. Circle Chairman Mrs. Card Of ThanksWe
John Perry opened the meeting .
wish to' take this methodof .
with a prayer.
Mrs W, M. Jernlgan program thanking our friends for the Office

ROBERT E. LEE'S BIRTHDAY chairman Issue", persented with several"IdentifyingThe membersM food, cards of, flowers sympathy, and other extendedto expressions 5 Supply

us during the illness and 'our
recent bereavement. We wish to
t L. Fletcher Jr. and family Mr. II I
thank the Masons the pastor
and Mrs Kenneth Fletcher, all of
nursing staff of the Suwannee OFFICE MACHINE SALE
Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. Hillman County Hospital and Dr. Hugo
Ooff and family of Vero
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Winton Buss Sotolongo. The Family of I
and family of this city, Miss Tina I
James H. Hogan
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Fletcher, Jerry Fletcher, Bobby e .
Fletcher, and Bill Slaughter of
this city, Don't Sell Quail ", M
Mr. and Mrs.Dennis hart Miss Want to sell some quail? The
THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF Caroline Hart, and Mrs Homer Florida Osme and Fresh Water REMINGTON REMINGTON
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I ROT SULLIVAN Director In JanuaryThe

The team representing Suwan construction and two set of hoes Thirty Day Agricultural
nee Laundry oft to a good tart are available for play Also available Weather Outlook for the monthof
In the fifth and * basketball league with aet Southeast Alabama, and North
two win*. The Commercial Bank Tennis racket and balls will were' Florida lamed by the
squad has split even in two games. be available soon for free play, Weather Bureau Advisory: Ac* J r'
Coaches are needed for the Su- In accordance with established ) riemltiral Meteorologist Tlflan.G .9
wince Laundry team and for the policy, the Recreation Center will ... December SI. I....
Recreation Center junior team. be reserved for school activities k TEMPERATURES during January
Games with nearby towns can be. on Friday and Saturday evenings are expected to average
secured for the Juniors when a School group are reminded to above normal over all of the Tri-
coach is found who can work and make sponsorship reservation State Agricultural Area. Dally Geed .1,. I. the U.I
travel with them. I early in order for the Center to mean temperature will average
Rosters for the fifth and sixth be available when desired. + i? @ between 81 and &I degree Maxi
grade teams follow: J II 't mum temperatures will avenge
Suwannee Laundry, no coach \ % J from 00 to 88 degree with afternoon -
Randy UcMuUen. Bobby so. December Sales \-' .-',:; S1 '" .., ;... -1 ..:dJIt".l1 temperature* reaching 71
tolongo. fanny Allen Robert At left art Sawaane tilth's two centers oa the cage team Allen GnUhall and Corky nispham.BUpham degree or higher on 4 or 5 days
Stamper, Mott Brown, Donald and another Member of the team Rod Bewdoln, have a sew style halr... At right la senior during the month. Dally mint
Severance, and Jerry Smith. Use Taxes Show mum temperature should average
guard Dave Melvln. Junior forward Tommy Hatch, and senior guard Dean Ural la the past few
Cheek Drug Co. Harold 8. Nob- between 40 and 49 degreeswith
lea, coach Bill Cheek Bart game Melvin ha been moved to ..,..... Croft toad the team with 90 point stored In the seven temperatures falling to 31:
Edward. David Pole Louis Al. Large Increase game of regular season play (Democrat StAff Photos) degree or lower in all area on
Letter Patterson, Musel two to five morning
I, Sander Lamar Silas, and Rob. TALLAHASSEE Sale and I RAINFALL" during the next 30
Use Tax Collection for December Post 4-3 Record flulldogs To Play : days will average between ITS
Kent's A & W no coach based on business reported Macctenny Friday and 375 inches over Southeast
C Greg Sta>>Jeton. Carlo Botolongo. during November, totaled $M.. Bulldogs Win Over Madison 67.53; The SBwaamee Bulldogs\ travel Georgia and between 2.00 and
Hal Fletcher Fred Glass Gary JM.07J J. Ed Straughn. directorOf te Maeckiuij Friday nlfbl 1.00 over Southwest Georgia
Strickland. Randy Hutchln, Carl the Florida Revenue CommU- t. play the Baker High Wild. Northwest Florida and Southeast
Chauncey. and Grant Paramore. Lion. reported today. Btraughn Lose To Starke Friday 62-50 eats Alabama occurring a* general Yet '*a hole.I Preveatforeet
Commercial Bank. Harry Nob said collection were S3.0U.3SS. or The BuUdI.,* beat Maeclen.ny rain on 7 to 9 day during the treat
hs. coach Clifford Jernlgan. 11.11 per cent more than the The Suwannee Bulldogs stretched their home game 11.al Dee II In their not month.
Randy Nobles, Roger Hacker, same month but year win streak to four in a row with a 67-53 win over Madison home game Live Oak PM ante SUNSHINE during January .la Optimum la more Important
Andy Temple Alfred Hutchln. Collections for the current fiscal Thursday night behind the tine shooting of forward tale. contest with a 4-1 reeerd expected to average about 00 per business than cash to to buyer
Wayne Nobles Drew Bass' and period, beginning July 1, 1094. Dean Croft Croft threw In 30 big points as the Bulldogs '.r the seamen cent of possible with frequent
Ken Phillip I total SHI,40490. or an increaseof overcame a 1R point handicap In... the first__ Quarter to win,, period of extended cloudiness.
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Results In game played to $14.llf,428 over the corresponding -. 4- In the nI-period: BOIL TEMPERATURES during BAKING FOR
date: period of the previous fiscal by Stark handed the Live Oak: Corbin added another nine Buy Right Color the next two week will level off Birthday, Parties And
January 0. Suwannee Laundry period. Percent.ge-wta., the Increase their Center John Howard was highpoint Never buy a dress unless yousee at annual minimum and begina Weddings
14, II team Its first defeat on own It on you In a good light. Justa low' upward trend thereafter
Cheek: Drug 10. la up 14 41 per cent. CIOW'thII season Friday nigh man for Madison wl.1I'\ HOT DONVTS ALL DAY
January T, Commercial Bank: The director of revenue also followed closely by Right Ouard slight mistake In what you Four Inch toll temperature un.
I'. Kent's A ft W 10. reported that the five per cent 03-60.Madison led the Bulldog 33' Carol Welch alt) 15. think: the true color Is can make der bar toll should aver.. between LIVE OAK BAKERY
January 0. Suwannee Laundry wholesale sporting goods tax for, at the end of the first quarter In mdaj'a tame with Stark all the difference In what the 65 and 00 degree by the SawanMt Ave. In.....
17. Commercial Bank: 11. December totaled 910M70. an in.crease and 30-37( at the half but couldn the Bulldogs were non ahead dress don to your akin tons end of the month. .

VoDeybalrtnd tennis interest Is. of 43.44 per cent, or |33.- 1 hold the pact and Uvt Oak Cook after the opening minute of the ;a....................uuu...... ..ee.u................................... ...
Increasing but UU la not safftdrnt 277 over the same month In 1963. the eonUst Stub led 1711 at the '.
close of
the lead 43-30 at
to warrant teams. The tax thus far this fiscal period : end of the first .quarter and JO-J3
Playground activity la picking has produced $009.370. up 110.4J third period. at the half 1
scored 16
Devils points i
The Red
up now that the area has been per cent or: 1211.121 over the lame II In the final period but the Bull. The Bulldogs scored II point I. We""O'uy..and..s( o Shelled Corn =

cleaned Horseshoe pits are under period for fiscal 1903-04. dogs their came own to right win back 07-M.with 34 of In added the II third and quarter the martin but widenedto Starke =

Croft In .*.11 with' \ Btark going on to
I Lee Harvard
Seen At .Prattle
final 12-ftO.
win In the period
while Ray
scoring wtth 10 points .
Richard Townsend led the
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Bulldog with 17 point followedby
Drainage Ditch Survey; Corbin with II and Croft with F : i\ : I "

, t Made On Long Farm 10.Len Forward Wayne Me Lend AND) INSURED t

; : A survey for a drainage ditch scored II points for BUrke with bi
, t on the Worth Long farm north of Right forward Don Falcon towIng i 'GRAIN 1
Houston wa completed this week, in II.Scoring.
John Hampton toll conservation thua far this season
service technical said. roe a* toileTs,
The ditch .It designed to control D. C-f.fl 11 >/ MR. i BONDED I
the level of a pond adjacent to Tewnwnd 1J St 17R.
cropland and which Is now sub- C.,Ma II II I*
lest to periodic flooding. Con U JUmH I It II I Li- STORAGE i
structlon 0' the ditch will nee- MMam I 7. 11
slut the relocation of a culvert A. OtUaall 4 I II I -
under the county road which runs T. llakaetD. I I It f
between the pond and the ditch Mrlrtaa I I 7 Dealers In
outlet. The ditch is a parof IL lUMperKrturnw I 4 4 "

L d lion Long's farm toll plan and to wafer treat conserva hit land. Phillips 66" Anhydrous Ammonia

according to It* need To Slate
.. .Utance Agrico FertilizerBulk
'_ ,_ r. ... Application for financial M Use KIARSAROK: (CV8-J1)
Sterling, Newte. and right- forward Richard Tewsneadare In the actul digging ha been nfTNC> DM. 13 Aviation
showa above at )I....,'. prattl, Tewaaesid wa high..... mad to the Suwannee through Counl J. n. BoaUwaln' Mate First ClaM. or flagged
aaa for the ...114... tot let hl.. peoiUoa .. DNa a-... anon teer- Mint ABC Committee county tfnet manager II John B. Revels USN. son of Mr. -
and Mrs. W A. Revels of Bran
lag eaiy five potato Mere ...U.. oil !la the first quarter ., the approved It could pay up to one :
ford returned to Long Beach, See Us For Your Seed Needs--
Madba guns but Thursday, iDvmoerot Staff Photot. half of the construction costa. Calif. Dec ./. aboard the anil- :

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piecing a ale month deploymentIn

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Not While SwintintiiffWhen '
i FIRST FEDERAL OF LIVE OAK deer go swimming, dim :

hoot them, Regulations of the
i:' PAYS A 0m and Fresh Water" rub\ : North Houston St.
Conunlwton prohibit the taking : 362-35 i/i Mile North of
of swimming deer. : At 362.1164
Night Livestock Market
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I Tests Are GivenAt A Little LateBattle ber 23. he received word that- the Legislative Conference !
encamped at |ha VU-
enemy was.
\ Colored News O'Brien High hero plantation virtually on the Planned For P-TA I

: A series of tests were administered Of New Orleans Could outskirts of the city Jackson the Legislation concerned with the

to the fifth, sixth, eighth, story: goes. Jumped up and cried: welfare of children:: and youth will
f and 11th grades last week at Have Decided War Of 1812 "By the eternal they shall not be discussed: during a conference
t O'Brien High School. Among the sleep on our soil! We must sponsored by the Florida Congress

Douglass! Hish! Honor Students tests given were the STEP and Washington The Battle of New Orleans could fight them tonight"The of Parents and Teachers to be
e o Americans did attack that held In Tallahassee
SCAT teats January
Students making the honor, Joseph McDantels Benjamin Williams Mrs. R. S. Granvllle, head of have decided the War of 1812, except for one circum night and caught the British off 28. Mrs. D. ]C. Whitehead of Lake 19-

rolls at Douglass High School by Victoria S. Fleming, Linda the guidance department t. supervised stance. The war was already over when it was foujrht guard. Though Indecisive., the City president of District Four
classes were announced this week Gale Gray and Richard Johnson, the tests. The treaty ending the conflict was signed by American I skirmish kept the enemy from P-TA. said this week.

f by Principal J. L. Bevel Section 2. Mrs. Johnson teacher Helping to administer the test and British emissaries at Ghent Delirium, on December advancing on New Orleans Jack- Conference meetings on 'Tues

I Those making the honor in the Stephen M. Reaves. Sylvia were Miss O. B. Calhoun sixth a 24. U14. but this news did not I' son then mustered his troops for, day and Wednesday win be held
.. senior high department were: Lovett, Lucille Herring, Jo Ann grade teacher; Miss Grace Ford reach the United States for many: Meanwhle a British expeditionany a major battle. In the chamber: of the House of
CLASS 12-1 Ozzie Garner, Mitchell Wlllana Rosa Jacquelyn English teacher: Mrs. R Llnton. weeks. In the meantime the Ba- : force approached Louisiana These troops were nothing If Representatives at the capitol.
Madgalene Mandrel, Eva Patter- Long, Ansel L. Brown, Shirley fifth grade teacher; Clarence t tie of New Orleans broke out on from the Oulf of Mexico. not Irregular: swarthy pirates, a .
son Raymond Quarterman. Dorothy Cooper Muriel Gross and Brenda Golden teacher of agriculture; January I. 1118. Jackson was so weak he often battalion of Creoles In pay -uniforms Cancer
Herring Christine Bailey Flemming. and Arthur Llnton. PE!: teacher One hundred and fifty year Issued orders from a sofa, but he a company of Choctaw Indians Society Work
Juanlta Jenkins Janle Murry: Section 3, Mrs. White teacher e afterwards historians agree that threw himself Into the Job of Cajuns from bog and bayou Day Is CancelledThe

Mildred Brown Beverly Curry Brenda Williams Charles the American victory: at New O turning New Orleans Into an the Santo Domingo "free work day scheduled to be
Peggy Allen. Frank Williams and McOlll Ernestine McCray. Oriole Douglass Graduate Is I leans was decisive and far-reach armed camp.: He declared martial men of color". French veterans held today (Thursday) by the
Sally B. Robinson. Beasley and Teressa A. Smith. Teaching French (ing In Its effects the National law ordered fortifications built under one of Napoleon's gunners, local unit of the America Cancer

CLASS 11-1 Charlie Harris, Section 2, Mrs. Ford, teacher Marvels Wood, formerly Mar Geographic Society says. and Called up the militia. Most Tennesseans wearing belts stuffed Society has been cancelled. Mrs.
Linda Thomas, Diane Fisher. Joe Ann Brown The victory hastened ratiflca Importantly Old Hickory unified with tomahawks sailors converted Morgan Miller
Delorts Lovett chairman of
vela Mackey daughter of Orover the
Deborah Foster Earl Carter Jr.. Edward B. Sheffield Elaine P and Nancy Mackey of Live Oak. Lion of the peace treaty. Increasedthe the city's: often antagonistic Creoles Into artillerymen: a company: local service unit, said this week.
and Earl Williams and Amy A. Leper. prestige of a new nation gave Spaniards and Americansfor of Marines, militiamen and Just The next work
Phllmore Thompson, day of the
II now teaching French In Roose- : group
Section 1. Mrs. C. McKnlght, Americans confidence: In their the defense of the city. two regular Infantry; regiments.! will be held
Ford. Thursday
velt Junior in
High Pebrusrysi
CLASS 10-1 Marian Stephens teacher: -Diane Mitchell. Cherly York military prowess, and encouraged Even the pirate Jean Lafltte Jackson's forces, about 4.000 11. :
Johnny Terrel, Sharalene Ion Ford and Clifton Rlley. She graduated from DouglassHigh the growth of national unity. The offered his services to the United strong met some 8.400 British e
Bell and Leonard Ford. Section 3. Mrs. C. Thompson, School In 1857 and from battle also made a popular hero States on condition that he soldiers early In the morning 'ofJanuary The expedition of Spanish explorer *
teacher Emma Oracy, Allen Jackson and his men be pardoned. Jack-
CLASS 10-3 William Head Bethune-Cookman College In out of Andrew 8 at Chalmette plantation De Navaes crossed: the
Donald Miller Carolyn Butler, Baker Mary: 11:. Herring Ella!: C Though weakened by dysenteryand : son at first rejected an alliance about six miles from the wannee River near the Bin
L. Johnson and Iris Jackson with these "hellish banditti"". The present
and Rosemary: Johnson Jones. Jimmy arduous campaglns. Heart of New Orleans. In the alto of the Stephen Foster' M
CLASS 10-3 Enoch Mobley. Rene Worthy.; led a motley band of Irregulars to persuasive Lafltte. however, per- brief but fierce engagement some mortal In 1528. ;
Columbus Jenkins Doria Dardln. Section 1. Mrs. .Nelson teacher I O'Brien Bumble Bees an overwhelming victory over a aonally: visited the general and 700 British were killed and 1.400 J''

Lime Washington and Lavern Don Loper. Charlea Ed- ,To TeamThe larger force of crack British changed his mind. wounded. The Americans' losses After the battle. Jackson and
Play Perry
Smith. wards. Jimmy Herring Palmer soldiers. Jackson was Influenced in his were Incredibly low only: a few his staff passed along the entire
Junior high students gainingthe :;Jordan Mamie Ross and Mabel O'Brien High School Bumble When General Jackson arrivedIn decision by reports of British: score killed or wounded because line of cheering troop as a mill
honor were: lumphry.: Bees will meet the Hornets New Orleans on December 2. strength. While resting on hln they were sheltered by a tary: band played "Halt Colum-
CLASS 0-2 Vernell OranvUJe Section 2. Mrs. Hall teacher ram Jerkins Hlah School of Per 814. he found only a battalion sofa on the afternoon of Decem mud rampart. bia".
I CLASS 8-1 Linda Mandrel! ]Linda Sue Rlley. Canine LoperDerald 7-irld4r: night January 13. The 01 volunteers- a handful of ml-
Goings. Laverna Bivens, girls will play a preliminary game of
Carletta Young Amoa Morrel, lltla, and a scarcity: weapons
Phyllis Ware. Johnny Quarter- and I WUllard Cherry. that Is to start at 7:30: p.m. An arms shipment wu on the
r man. Joyce Oracy. and Edward Section 3. Mrs. Bass teacher O'Brien lost the game with the way from Pittsburgh but the
A. Green. Richard Allen. Cynthia Mobley, same team played Monday, January contractor had sent the weapons

t CLASS 8-2 Region Ford and Theresa Bullock, Venesueli 11. by slow boat to save money
Albert McOUl. and
Willie James Warren. Thompson,
8-3 Burk.. Loretta Carter. P-TA At O'Brien To
.4. CLASS Byron
i Appearing on the roll from the Meet January 19 People
intermediate grades were: The history of the past will do
The O'Brien P-TA will hold It.first 0 MISCELLANEOUSLOSE 0 For Sale-Heal Estate
Section 1. Mrs. Elmore teacher you no good if you don't know Sum
meeting of the new Spend Big LITTLE
year ADS
Lavghew 11:. Thompson nythlng about It.
Tuesday January 19, at. the WEIGHT safely with new FOR SALT 3-bedroom house

school auditorium For Utilities BIG RESULTS DEX-A-DIET tablets. Only 980. with 4 or more acres: 3 acres:
The president Jerry Calhoun Cheek Drug. pafjj 16-$
ft.Faye's .,< permanent pasture the rest
1 this week urged all parents and Electric water and- other-- publtautilities BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE good garden land. Pecan wal
Flowers teachers to attend as vital infor- operated by local governments Whatever the purpose, yea win FARMERS nut trees, and grape tire Price

In Florida collected find Democrat elaMlftoda d 0 MONEY for your farm opera $3600 plus closing costs. Located -

Smokey Say: $183800.000 for their services the job nlcaly and well tons at reasonable cost: Terms at Suwannee Station.
1 during the fiscal year 1963. the to tit your needs. Loans up to Contact Oscar: Carter.
IS NOW MOST FURFSV Florida State Chamber of Commerce 7 years. Call North Florida Pro ccgh S3-3S
ductlon Credit Assn. B. Ohio
FIRES 1 FNbhr said In Its Weekly Business
(:00 P.M. Toesday Are. Lire Oak. TeL 362-2U8.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS Review released recently. e abo-tf FARMS BOUSES:
"Electric,'gas and transit utlll LOW RATE FOR RESULTS ACREAGE LOTS
r ties accounted for $131.600.000 of ,
the Florida total receipts. Taxes 3Vi cents per word with a VISIT ANNIT8 BEAUTY SHOP PAn A. BTRO ;)
mlnlmam *f I.N. Machine: madUneless' and cold
customer bills Begbterod teal Edits Broker
... which appear on (CAD cUBtlfled mast b. paid In wave permanents given. Ope. r
CALL US FOR are not Included. A gain of 12 per OFFICE: 404 8. Ohio AN.
rotors Annie H. MlUa, Helena *
cent was marked up by this total Phone K3-138
compared with a national increase ONE WEEK FREE Humpf. and Mary; Drew UTE OAK. n.oamA
Flowers For All Occasions i of 8 per cent."Expenditures Classified ordered for five Boatright Manicurist Ruby Bay and leD With CaaIWeDM
by these utilities week, ran the last week free. Sanfrrd at Annie's each Thursday cab) tf

siU.- Included $57.300,000( for current 1444 will pay for a tt WMdidvertlsemeatt Friday: and Saturday. '

Pot Plants operation, up 9 per cent: new for five weeks.Us eaaltf FOR BALK

1 y- plants and equipment $51.300.000 Mwanne Democrat Clasd I 10 ACRE :FARM fenced. '-bod.
up 58 per cent; and 410,000000 n... fr Prove Remit ANY TYPE room hone, 3H miles from Un
Permanent ArrangementsPhone BE CAREFUL WITH HR! for debt Interest. up 33 per cent _- I Oak
oil CAKT BUY BACK The total of these, $118000.000. MEMORIALWORK
I A FOREST! was up 28 per cent compared witha 0 FOR RENT 40 ACRES WOODLAND
national figure of 11 per cent
3621266Faye's "Public water utilities In the A. nice house for sale and a nice frontage
state out-ipent receipts during 2-bedroom place In town for DONE
the 1963 fiscal year. Receipt for rent. Call 363-293 or 963-3743. MODERN 3-bedroom home brick
1r this service came to $63.300000 caJJ U Granite, Marble. Bronze veneer nice location: terms.
FlowersWest and expenditures $69.300,000. The Phone 362-3333
latter figure was made up of '211.- OR RENT Spaces for mobile LIVE OAKMONUMENT I MODERN 3-bedroom bom*.

700000 for current operation, upS homes. Plenty of room, Nice I terms.

Howard'St Live Oak, Fla. per cent; capital outlay for expansion and clean. Good well water. CO. For Information call
$31,600.000. down 13 percent Lake for fishing and swimming. Homer Sanford, Lp. PAUL A., BYRD

ROBERT and FAYE CASON and 11.400,000 debt Interest Morgan's Trailer Park. US M : 406 South Ohio Are.
up 4 per cent. West Live Oak Florida. Phone
TUTORING For high school Live Oak Florida
MRS. BELLE WOOLEY, Associate 363-3016. pcfdj 19-!8 math and college math thru cccetf

matron will be discussed: at the I ARAGE APARTMENT FOR first year Calculus see James
i "BECAUSE YOU CARE, SEND FLOWERS" It take may years meeting President Calhoun U expected RENT-Clos* in. Etectrio: stove F Reagan Ill Panhtey St. FOR BALK By owner. Two Iota.
to back I 19-38 In Sherwood Porte'180" t 13ft'
grow to preside. and refrigerator 2 bedrooms, COJJ
Priced to Phone 383-1044:
gas heat. Call 363-3104 or 343*
er writ P. O. Box 187. Llv

I SUCCESS::,NEWS! AMBASSADOR BY RAMBLER and 1309 look.or com to 318 Shelby eaJJ Ave.U tr FOR SALE Qsk. pdJJ 33-3

} roB BALK Two bedroom
i FOR RENT!: 3-bedroom downstairs FOR SALE: New and used
bout*. 317 Westmoreland St.
apartment and 1-bed pianos. Frier Musto Co, North
I Ohio Aw, Uv Oak 333-11M. Can b* financed. Contact Paul
Sales up 110.greatest increase of any 1965 carl! room 363-3304.upstairs apartment eaJJ Call U cajj tf Jones. phone 343-1068 or Ml

31M. Pbjj 34-3S
,' i FoR FOR 8ALB: 1M4 Corvatr Mon-
t 1UNTI: bedroom unfurn-
Read the reasons why: tilled nous*. 212 Union Ova sa (sports coupe). Solid white FOR BALK IS acres. 3 acres
pasture H acre good truck
Call 363-1894 after t.30 red Interior. 4-tpwd transmission
cbjj 34-39 radio heater 7300 mile land. Modem tram hose toO
': <, r New ear warranty. SmalT equity laying pullets and 1000 capacity
1 f ;,..... i LAND Available for railing and assume payment Can building. West of Jasper Just
-. watermelon. Rent free for 363-181. pcjj "-It off US 41. W IL Deaa. Rt I,
MlU. cleaning! up. For Information Jasper Phone TW-JMO.
can: 363-3343. cajj 38 FOR BALK AD Stan *f tar pbefc IHroR
I pannias, guaranteed not .to leak
FOR RENT: Three room fum Ottls Brown Motors. cdjj U BALE MX room bam oo
four tot. U block highway on
: rl Wed apartment on West Fifth
St. Lire Oak. Pbon M3-3693. FOR SAL Span America IS two atdM. Contact W M. Bares
': PaJJSS ft. boat. Murray trailer and to Dswnnr Park. Phone 343-1782.
lip Johnson saotor. Can be snat pdJJ 34-38
"\ FOR RENT 8U room house. 411 K Ouval B&. cajj U
934 & Ohio A ft. p.Jj 31
FOR RENT 3-room furnished nice trailer a good IIIuIbwa location s HELP WANTED

apartment utility room aert n. on US N. t nil east of
rt ed porch. 3 entrance Adult Wellborn. Mrs. Vena M. BU3 WAITRESSES WANTED Must

t only. North side apartment at well phone ta-2t II. pajj U be over 3L Apply m person between

'. 313 Whit Av*. Mr*. T P. Del** the hours oT t.l3 ajrn. .,
gaL Phone 3431747.! tail 39 FOR BALE One model M Ferguson BoOday Inn Restaurant, Lab
; ........ l0J1. tlerday 1 tractor with 3 cultivator Qty caej tf

l ; frames Cote planting and fer-
0 For S l -AatomotlTw I tOisln equipment. Harrow and CURB KELP WANTED NOW.Agta .

1 bottom plow. Priced. right Bee U to 44. Apply to person.A .
.ff three ]FOR BALE On 1943 K ton U P. ....L Rt U WtCbornor Ji W Drive In. tall tf
reason ones reason two reason :
International heavy duty track can 363.103aver T ,..
I Advanced Styling Amb MVk flVmf lake Vl.. The '45 Aatboisaaor LowM..c. ..HJeII....*.TV* In good condition has 4 for eaJJH tern la food health. aUnsswamdocaUoa

I TOM MW tfyUwfl/ em eve Vhf/ golnd. keeps ad MM MM lamblor vfcttiM *ndfeature AmboMdoar, Bko any ...... -".. ward speeds overload springs 8th grade age 31 toM.

.n direct eemp Hton In tur .y *l.... ............. sod *n Doublesow.. waon you buy 1j R, rotunw more In. and large Or**. Contact> P. Contact the Peraonart. DspartaMBt -
Aral major tow of IveS can. look .l Sof.tJ eekee. I.pont. systems. kept kale Teal IM ..the r.o..s VV SCanatL Rt. 1. WeObora or can 0 WANTED at aontaad TramtncCrater.

j the ,weept.gy. .", .4 A-boMr. .... ....rlL Deep-Dlp rwtprooflna. Aila tao '45 Co X4y .... 41 pees 343103 after t p-m. '. P. O. Box llitX Osrna.

3o.et.aulee MW ills. and tag. *.k Now, VOKO 4IN| CentirvdhMv, Cim ltAmwn4 wM iloVbf.Mo comporitom s4 ..... tall IS WANT TO BUT tarns War Tma.Flsr.da._d>JJ 2S-M

power !Indurfb.* big V-8 options othoripory saMuel rfittm Cod Sprlna L3 sera COM MV. you k.....*> *l FOR BALE 194T Chevrolet I I swords, rtfi*, sad pistols from WANTED First can beet -

I option hits wire ""-11OftI'too seen.,Woolttor lye Nsub..se Veslidodersis, the purckoio of four seal tor. whoa wagon Can 343-1784. notOent to poor e wBtlon.Brtag en at V. Post Offlot hi LNe

rodMng 1 bucket ....*. end otter sportsqulpnont. I..mg. end nor*-all stomlord *t so Pr.ow s r- ...... 4eeIot. Pall 33 U North Florida Ova Oak. Oeorgw E. Jsnaisu Con.tractor. .
eats. cotl. MwkwMehraDedioehdIetacausnThe and Supply Snap, lit K. Onto In*. Apply at Jo*. Wean
At.. Live Oak pdJJ -M aa equal opportan.tr ers.pbyer -
WANT" TO RETT A garage. er .u u
3 Sensible Spectaculars-RAMBLER 65 carport Mar PostofOc call
POUND a whit face ..... WANTED Wantreassa. Apply,
AMusssoe-t... -....."......wr,.a else-sr.w..r"ar s.w ......-...w.w.... Si : Broke Into pastor*. Owner nay 343-3317. pall 3$ Dm OrOL cajj tf

claim by paying for damage Alaska has the longwt.......< WAwrEa AT OIICK- 0rtD Beet. .
_, -1 OTTIS BROWN MOTORS and this ad. Can be seen. at tovtersectioa af any state ta UN tt B. with Apply to ...... Parkem Drtv

t:. i f j! lOG W. HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK FLORIDA U* and 13*. Jasper 444 .. Florida to second wWII I*. Jasper flig +ny. ca 12$.

I ., _.. '. Watch the Danny Kay Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings .. -Highway. chJ M-34 17. "-UL au n.nPACE
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I Tests Are GivenAt A Little LateBattle ber 23, he received word that the Legislative Conference
at Vil-
enemy was encamped th*
Colored News O'Brien tht Planned For I -TA
I. High lere plantation virtually on
A series of tests wee administered Of .New Orleans Could outskirts of the city.: Jackson the Legislation concerned with the

to the fifth, sixth, eighth story foes, Jumped up and cried: I I welfare of children: and youth will
j and 11th grades last week at have Decided War Of 1812 "By the eternal they: shall not be discussed during a conference
O'Brien High School. Among the sleep on our soil I . We must sponsored by the Florida Congressof
Douglass High Honor Students tests given were the STEP and could fight them tonight. Parents and Teachers to beheld
The Battle of New Orleans
..., SCAT tests. Washington The Americans did attack that in Tallahassee January 1928. -
Student making the honor Joseph McDanlels, Benjamin Williams Mrs. R. S. Granvllle, head of have decided. the War of 1812 except for one circum- night and caught the British off Mrs. D. II:. WhItehead of Lake
roll at Douglas High" School by Victoria S. Fleming Linda the guidance department super stance. The war was already over when it was fought. guard. Though Indecisive the City president of District Pour
classes were announced this week Oale Gray and Richard Johnson vised the tests. The treaty ending the conflict was signed by American skirmish kept the enemy from P-TA said this week.
a by Principal J. L. Bevel. Section 2, Mrs. Johnson, teacher Helping to administer the tests and British emissaries at Ghent, Belgium on December advancing on New Orleans. Jack Conference meetings on 'Tues
Those making the honor In the Stephen M. Reaves. Sylvia were Miss O. B. Calhoun, sixth 2t, UH but this news did not son then mustered his troops for' day and Wednesday will be held
senior! high department were: Lovett, Lucille Herring, Jo Ann grade teacher; Miss Grace Ford reach the United States. for many Meanwhle a British expedition a major battle. In the chamber of the House of
CLASS 12-1 Ozzle Garner Mitchell Wlllana Ross Jacquelyn English teacher; Mrs. R Llnton weeks. In the meantime the Battle ary force approached Louisiana These troop were nothing if Representatives at the capitol
Madgalene Mandrell. Eva Patter- Long, Ansel L. Brown Shirley fifth grade teacher; Clarence cf New Orleans broke out on from the Oulf of Mexico. not Irregular: swarthy pirates a .
son. Raymond Quarterman. Dorothy Cooper Muriel Gross, and Bren- Golden teacher of agriculture; January 8, 1815. Jackson was so weak he often battalion of Creoles In pay: uniforms Cancer Society Work
Herring Christine Bailey, da Fletnming. and Arthur Llnton. PE teacher. One hundred and fifty year Issued orders from a sofa, but he a company of Choctaw Indians
Juanita Jenkins. Janie Murry, Section 3, Mrs. White, teacher afterwards historians agree that threw himself Into the Job of Cajuns from bog and bayou Day Is Cancelled
Mildred Brown Beverly Curry Brenda Williams, Charles the American victory at New Or- turning New Orleans Into an the Santo Domingo "free The work day scheduled to be
Peggy Allen. Frank Williams, and MCO111, Ernestine McCray. Oriole Douglass Graduate Is Ipans was decisive and far-reach- armed camp. He declared martial men of color". French veterans held today (Thursday by the
Sally B. Robinson. Beasley, and Teressa. A. Smith. Teaching French Ing In Its effects, the National law. ordered fortifications built under one of Napoleon's gunners, local unit of the America Cancer
CLASS 11-1 Charlie Harris, Section 2, Mrs. Ford, teacher Marvels Wood, formerly Mar- Geographic Society laYS and Called! up the militia. Most Tennesseans wearing belts stuffed Society has been canceled. Mrs
Debris Lovett Linda Thomas Diane Fisher Joe Ann Brown, vele Mackey daughter of Grover The victory hastened ratification Importantly Old Hickory unified with tomahawks sailors converted Morgan Miller chairman of the
Deborah Foster Earl Carter Jr., Edward B. Sheffield Elaine P and Nancy Mackey of Live Oak,, of the peace treaty Increasedthe the city's often antagonistic Cre Into artillerymen a company: : local service unit, said this week.' :
Phllmore Thompson, and Earl Williams, and Amy A Loper. Is now teaching French In Roosevelt prestige of a new nation, rave oles. Spaniards, and Americans of Marines, militiamen, and just I The next work day of the group
Ford. Section 1. Mrs. C. McKnlght, Junior High School in New Americans confidence In their for the defense of the city.: two regular Infantry regiments. will be held Thursday February
CLASS 10-1 Marian Stephens teacher-Diane Mitchell Cherly York City. military prowess, and encouraged Even the pirate Jean Lafitte Jackson's forces, about 4.000 11.
Johnny Terrel Sharalene Ion Ford, and Clifton Riley. She graduated from Douglass the growth of national unity. The offered his services to the United strong met some ',tOO British .
Bell and Leonard Ford. Section 3, Mrs. C. Thompson, High School In 1937 and from battle also made a popular hero States on condition that he soldiers early In the morning of The expedition of Spanish explorer -
CLASS 10-2 William Head teacher Emma Oracy Allen Bethune-Cookman College in out of Andrew Jackson. and his men be pardoned. Jack- January 8 at Chalmette plantation De Navaes crossed: the 8ut
Donald Miller Carolyn Butter, Baker, Mary E. Herring Ella C, 1861. Though weakened by dysenteryand son at first rejected an alliance about. six miles from the wannee River near the presentsite
and Rosemary Johnson. Jones Jimmy L. Johnson and Iris arduous campaglns. Jackson with these "hellish banditti", The heart of New Orleans. In the of the Stephen Footer Memorial
CLASS 10-3 Enoch Mobley. Rene Worthy. led a motley band of Irregulars to persuasive Lafltte however personally brief but fierce engagement, some In 1528.
Columbus Jenkins. Doris Dardln Section 1, Mrs ,Nelson, teacher O'Brien Bumble Bees an overwhelming victory over a visited the general and 700 British were killed and 1.400 "

Llllia Washington, and Lavem Don Loper Charles Ed- To Play Perry TeamThe larger force of'crack British changed his mind. wounded. The Americans' losses After the battle. Jackson and
Smith. wards, Jimmy Herring Pallner soldiers Jackson was Influenced in his were incredibly: low only a few his staff passed along the entire
Jordan Mamie Ross, and Mabel O'Brien High School Bumble General Jackson arrivedIn decision by of British!
Junior high students gainingthe When reports score killed or wounded because line of cheering troop as a. military -
honor were: Humphry. Bees will meet the Hornets New Orleans on December 2. strength While resting on his they were sheltered by a band played "Hafl Colum-
CLASS 8-3 Vernell Oranvllle. Section 2, Mrs. Hall teacher from Jerkins High School of Per- lIlt tie found only a battalion sofa on the afternoon of Decem- mud rampart. bia".
I CLASS 81.Linda Mandrell Linda. Sue Riley Canlce Loper ry Friday night January 15. The of volunteers a handful of militia -
Amos Morrel, Gerald Going, Laverna Blvens, girls: will play a preliminary game and a scarcity of weapons.
CarletU Young Quarter- and Wllllard Cherry. hat is to start at 7:30 p,m. An arms shipment was on the
r Phyllis Ware,Orac Johnny and EdwardA Section 3, Mrs. Bass teacher O'Brien lost the game with the way from Pittsburgh but the
man. Joyce ,.
Richard Allen Cynthia: Mobley, same team played Monday Janu- contractor had sent the weaponsby
: Green I
and Theresa Bullock, Venezuela ary 11.PTA. slow boat to save money:
CLASS 8-2 Region .
Albert McQlH and
Willie James Warren. Thompson, NITY
Burk.. Loretta Carter. At O'Brien To
CLASS 8-3 Eyron I Florida
f. Appearing on the roll from the Meet January 19 People
Intermediate grades were: The history of the past will do
The O'Brien P-TA will hold Its I MISCELLANEOUSLOSE For SJ.-Ral Estate
Section 1, Mrs Elmore teacher you no good If you don't know Sum _
of the Spend Big
first meeting new year LITTLE ADS -
Lavghew E. Thompson, anything about It.Faye's .
Tuesday, January: 19, at the WEIGHT safely with nev, FOR BALK: 8-bedroom house
school: auditorium.The For Utilities BIG RESULTS DEX-A-DIET tablets Only 880 Ii with 4 or more acres 2 acre
'. president, Jerry Calhoun, Cheek Drug pafjj 16-3=5 permanent pasture, the rest
I his week urged all parents' and Electric water and other public BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE good garden land. Pecan., walnut

.I Flowers utilities operated by local governments Whatever the purpose, yea win FARMERS trees and grape vine. Price
Smoker. In Florida collected find Democrat elaMifleds d. MONEY for your farm operations 93800 plus closing cost Located
$183,800.000 for their services the Job ulealy and well at reasonable COIL Termsto at Suwannee Station.
during the fiscal year 1983. the fit your needs. Loans up to Contact Oscar Carter.
IS NOW Florida State Chamber of Com 7 years. Call North Florida Production ccgh 33-35
Credit Assn. 8. Ohio
S MOM said In Its Weekly Business
FI merce l::10 Pit Toeidays Ave* Lire Oak. Tel. 363-2388.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS Review released recently. C abe-tf FARMS HOUSES
"Electric,'gas and transit utilities LOW RATE FOR RESULTS ,, ACREAGE LOTS
t accounted for $121.800.000 of .
Taxes SH een'ts per word, with a VISIT' ANNIE'S: BEAUTY SHOP,, PAUL A. nnu I
the Florida total receipts. I
customer hills minimum .( "..N.AD Machine machlnetess. and cold I Registered Rat Estate Broker

,.J> CALL US FOR are which not appear Included.on A gain of 12 per ( classified mut bo paid In waN permanents given. Operators <, OFFICE: 406 S Ohio Are. *.
advane) AnnIe R. Helens
Mills vLITE
this total Phone 362-1380
cent was marked up by ,
compared with a national Increase ONE WEEK FREE Humpf. and Mary Drew, OAK. FLORIDA
Flowers For All OccasionsPot I of 8 per cent."EJpenditurel Classifieds ordered for five Boatrtght Manicurist Ruby Bay and leD With CanrUesteo
Sanford at Annie's each Thurs
by these utilities weeks; run the tut week free. cab U
..neanralBECAREFUL Included $57,300,000 for current 94.lt will pay for a SI word day. Friday and Saturday.

Plants operation up 8 per) cent; new idverUsuBent for flee weeks caaltl FOR BALE

plants and equipment $11400.000 Use Bawanne Democrat Classifieds 80 ACRE FARM fenced l-bed-
up 58 per cent; and $10.000.000 for Proves ftmlU.FOR ANY TYPE room bom*. 1ft miles from Live
Permanent ArrangementsPhone WITH FIRE! for debt Interest, up 32 per cent _- Oak
VOI CAW'T BUY BACK The total of these $118.800.000. MEMORIALWORK .
l A FOREST! was up 28 per cent compared witha RENT 40 ACRES WOODLAND
national figure of 11 per cent.
I 5 ACRE HOMESITE: highway
3621266Faye's II "Public water utilities In the A nice house for sale and a nice frontage
I state outspent receipts during 2-bedroom place In town for DONE
d I the 1883 fiscal :year. Receipts for rent Call 382-2835 or 883-2743. Granite MODERN 3-bedroom home brick
Marble. Bronze
this service came to (24100.000 cajj tf veneer nice location: terms.
FlowersWest and expenditures $89.800.000. The Phone 362-3333
latter figure was made up of 28. FOR RENT Spaces for mobile UVE OAKMONUMEWT MODERN bedroom home,
700.000 for current operation up homes. Plenty of room. Nice terms.

Howsrd,St. Live Oak, Fla. 6 per) cent; capital outlay for expansion and clean. Good well water. CO. For Information call
Lake for fishing and I Homer Sanford Rep.
$31.000.000. down U percent swimming PAUL A. BYRD
ROBERT and FAYE CASONMRS. and $9.400.000 debt Interest, Morgan's Trailer Park VS 80 toe South Ohio Ave.
up 4 per cent West Live Oak, Florida. Phone TUTORING For' high school LI v* Oak Florida

BELLE WOOLEY, Associate ,ice 3(2-2016. pcfdj 18-19 math and collets math thru octelf

matlon will be discussed at the GARAGE APARTMENT FOR first :year Calculus see James
"BECAUSE YOU CARE SEND FLOWERS" It tales raay years meeting President Calhoun ls expected RENT-Cloos in. Electric: stove P. Reagan ale Panhley St. FOR BALE: By owner.Two lots
I II to back! 35-36 la Sherwood Forst.160' 1 138.
I grew to preside. and refrigerator, 2 bedrooms cbjJ
Priced to seO. Phon 363-10441 1
gas heat Call 363-3104 or 3621IOS -
or writ P. O. Box 111.

( SUCCESS:.:NEWS AMBASSADOR BY RAMBLERSales and look.or come to 216 Shelby all Ave U FOR SALE Oak peW 12. $

FOR RENT 2-bedroom downstairs FOR SALE New and used FOR BALE Two bedroom
hous*. 317 Westmoreland Bt
apartment and 1-brd- pianos. Prier Must Co, North

up 110.greatest increase of any 1965 carl! 363-2208.room upstairs apartment.eajj Call U Ohio Are, Live Oak. 362-3188.all tf Jones Can be phone financed.343-1061 Contact or Paul MS-

SIS*. pbJJ 34-38
.. FOR SALE: 1N4 Cbrralr Money -
I. FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfum-
Read the reasons why: tihed house. 312 Onion AT. (sports coupe), Solid whit, FOR BALE Stt acres. 3 acres
pasture. H acre good truck
red Interior. 4-speed transmission
Call 363-1IM after 8:30
land. Modem frame house lOt
34-3J radio. heeUr. 7300 miles.
;ra New car warranty. Small equity laying pullets and 1000 capacity
LAND >.. building. West of Jasper hag
'"\. Available for raising and assume payments CaD
i '". watermelons. Rent tree for 362-1869. pejj 34-34 off US ... W, H. Dm. Rt L

I _ cleaning up. For Information Jasper Phone m-SMO.'
can 362-3263. cajj 38 FOR BALK AH stop of tar- pbek 39-38
pauUns. guaranteed not to leak
FOR RENT: Three room furnished Ottis Brown Mourn cdjj U FOR SALE ax room nous* *a
; Ji apartment on West Fifth four tots. H block. highway oa
: 8t. Live Oak Phone 943-2653. FOR SALE: Span America 18a two side*. Contact W M. Bam.Dowtac .
pall II boat Murray trailer and 40 Park. Pbon 342-1763.
hp Johnson motor. Can be seen PdJJ JS."
f 7 FOR RENT Ox room bcMut.I at 419 E Duval et. eaj] 39
r I I 636 & Ohio Are. pajj 39
FOR RENT 3-room' furnished nice trailer a good business location HELP WANTED

apartment utility room sereenrd en US N. I mS east of '
t I llei ..a porch. 3 entrances. Adults! Wellborn. Mrs. Tens M. 8U3weO. WAITRESSES" WANTED Most

only. North side apartment at phone ta2CII.JJ 39 b* over 2L Apply to perm b*.
.. rr 313 WhIU Avo. Mrs. T P. De..- Seven the hours of 9-13 am. at
r r' gL Phone S63-1T6T. taU 39 FOR BALE: One model M Ferguson Holiday tea ......t,. taU
......_7041 Hare-top
-p IJ tractor with 3 cultivator Oty, caej tf
frame, ate planting and fertilising
For S l*-Automotive equipment. Barrow and CURB RXLP WANTED NOW.

bottom plow. Priced rtcht See Ago 18 t* ... Appty n person.
FOR SALE On 1N2 % ton L P. Bean..L Rt. I. WcBbora A W Drive Za cajj tf
two (reason three:
reason One reason tnternatlenal heavy duty truck or can 343-1039 after T pxa.
Advanced Styl"""' Amb..edor'gla.tabs Vl.. Tn. 'AS Ame.i..4orko low Moa ane.Ce.PiHlghRe.ol..Tbs" ) In good condition has 4 forward nail 13 Men m good bnalth.daealtosi amtoSam
crow new ityUng came out ftit/ eo,bntII 'pi ell Hi* sold Rambler virtu** sod AmboMoeV Ilk. any .....wI -, mopes. speeds. overload sprints.aM 8th grad. at* 31 M
died competitor 'In turv.y otHw itreHtaki. faature sudt .. Doubleseiw ....... yew toy M, returns mar Inwa large Urea. Contact. P. 94. Contact In. Personwrl D*-
I fin maar Www of 1 W cart took .l Safety ..It" (h.,...... syttwmv front .. Yawl rW .. Ika ron NnVy"In Btsmsel. Rt. I. WeBbora er can WANTED partmeet. at BoaSaad Tratntanj
sweepingly longed obow. .mi roar), Daaa-Dtp rwtpreoflng, A4vonr1 > In tile 'U c. Wlay Book 41 pa.H 343-1039 after 1 pj*. Center P. O. Box IU8X Galas
Spectacular MW alas and Ungttk Hew Unit Conttrucrlon., CoremlcArmor wth IMrby-.IdI comparhens .! .too* ail II WANT TO BUT OvO War vW FtorhU. caiJStM'ANTED

ittww,.Including big V-i optIoN, other *** eikautl lym ,Cod Sprmg 'Ing'a j son Cue lava yea pMnareai of FOR BALE list Chevrolet words' lifts", and pistols, from First star What ..,.
party option .Ift. wlr* -I I coven seoti, WsIhse. Rye H...... end. VeaN. douses.to rte .SMfcha***4 r- nat 0... station wagon Can 363-1T93. eneUent to poor coadlUoa. en at V. a Post Oflle to Live
radMng bwcfctt _ti, MO* ottwr sportsequipment. I... 04itrecodl .oro-oI standard .l M "".. of r- Rouble 4ooIer. paJIM! Being t* Norm Florida Own Oak. Oeort E. ...... Coatnctar. -
Mirk iM i.r*-Daiftat.Wtotna.WeThe aDd Supply 8b p. Ill 1C Onto to) *. Apphr a> Jctx W*
Avo Uv Oak. pdJJ 34-38 ar. ftjB .... *ptsrtaatt *o>*
LOST & FOUND ; -.. can. tfrANTEO
:y WANT TO luarr A .*,*,. or
3 Sensible Spectaculars-RAMBLER 65 carport Bear PostofAo anfit3311.
FOUND t whit face eon Apply at
suussbos-tnw.s................ tssrn GAISIC-ftNw.--I......s.w AM.rcwau.cw.r a.....nos. Broke Into pastor Owner., ..ul an Orffl. cU tf

'. claim by paym for damage* Alaska hM. the ..... .*..*. rANTED AT OHCX-OrtH...
I OTOS BROWN MOTORS and this ad. Can k* seen at tatenectkn I>f any sUte m UM U. S, wrth Apply ft* person Parterre. Drfe
.. 4 .1 in and ISC. JasperHUhway. I 8.44 mils Florida I second wttt
\ ? J.. 500 W. HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Xa. Jasper Bbjawajr. TJS m.If .
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