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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED IBM LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1966 voC.o.
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TfIjNKING I At Lire Oak Jaycees flosses Night Frtttnd Funds Mlklll .Arm. --i5rfl!. Q t. i


out LOU '. Will Raise Sccliofpiviy; ) 129]


With tout C. vTsdswortkGlow North Of Live Oa \Four Feet


work. adsvlaory $ ElghUenlhs of a mile/ on U. S. Highway 129 north
of the school
."t AH member committee share feeling t L of Live Oak will be raised tour feet as the result of dam

of disappointment that the croup iuwnl ew age caused by Hurricane Dora In September Congressman

has not been able to find ready Don Fuqua advised the Suwannee Democrat late Tuesday

Npnrera to It* questions ao M to afternoon.

_"Jv presented an over-all plan ___ Fuqua said the U 8. Bureau of
"I, thls countr't school system __ Public Roads has made 171.000 In
4 ittr after the new year began School Advltory Croup I Federal emergency funds available

t planned. At the time the foal Will Meet Tonight to the Florida But Road
r was act It looted as,IT the date I Department to repair highwaydamage
Membm of tho Suwannee I
could be meL caused by the storm.
County School Advisory corn.colliees
But the more the committee w Because the repairs will be
will meet tonliht at
began to dig Into problems and made
on primary system tads,
':1' .... In the arhool library
face facts, the harder it became the state will contribute a similar .
located In the old Armory be-
to find right answers, which re. amount with the total cost of
kind Mull Produce Company
suited In more study and more ,, all projects to be IIM.OOO.
Chairman Osrenee II. RstlUf
digging.It Two actIons of U. 8. 121 were
saM Wednesday morning that
is a rood thing that the commute la the ...... above Ronald Greea. renter, sad Florida Jayee b. would tall for reports from flooded when the hurricane struck

did limit Its scope for had President Frank Fester at right, display ... DtotugaUkrd. Service the physical, plant committee Live Oak with this Buwannee
it undertaken anything other County project to cost 136.000.
Award presented I* Green by J. L Case. Immediate past and the finance committee attnlsbla
than physical plants and finance The section north of this city
president ., the Uve Oak Jaycees at left ...1.... He added. that
Ing the task would consume many that stood for weeks under water
more months. As It Is there art la the upper right pie,...* Nslloaal\ Director BID alall.,. ten he had been advised a report la near the Pine drove Methodist

many facets that to Into determ Homer .'UII, eeaUr, and George Day preaUeat ., Ike Live Oak t 44 4 41F'atlsworth and recoiumendstlon ..ul. Npretested Church road and Is better known
to lb. fall committee
mint what physical facilities are Jayceet, are displaying. the II Safely 4 Awards prevented to Ratllff as the May pasture, lulling the
and that U approved It weald Intern
needed and there was no way to sad .. ... Uve Oak. J.,,.*. for ....-. tea* oa their safety be forwaried .. the srhool road bed four feet will result In
avoid a study of what was to be project but year. keeping the road open In normal
board for action at Ihrlr meeting
taught If recommendation was .
a rainy seasons.Four
la the lower rigkt, photo Ja-eee eke president Clurles MeCrlmoa here Tuesday, February I.RatlUf .
to be made relative to types and culverts on different highways .
Is precraUag the certificate ar-preetaUoa aviani to Seedy Harris said Ike two sab-eom-
star of classrooms needed to In other part of the state
teach. what our children should for his aatttUaee to labs eI... Norm Preiimsa. at right was pro- altUes. bad held a series sf are to be replaced at a cost of

have. sealed .... aaaaal eaUtsaeUag bois award by ...... Greta for meetlnge since tko last general 11.0,000 because they were Insufficient .

I have become convinced that his aM sad assistance .. rtealdeat Day aad .. the Uve Oak eomnlllee meeting and work In site to carry off the
of ... 11-... .
I as weD as many other cltlsens Jayeeea. (Democrat Staff n....) grasp was moving How of water Aa a result, the
ahead.
do not know or understand the water washed hole In the road.ways.
e a
present requirements of space age .
education. To try and correlate At flosses Night Banquet Tobacco Meets New culverts will be built on
what happened or was taught In lout :ihIn Alachua County

my school days with what Is Houtt 20 and I] In Lafayette

needed today la u far apart as Ronald Green, Brody Harris, Norm Set Here County and Route II In Taylor

., r'e4. vslng horse and buggy on an County,
Interstate highway and rolling It FrrtMfnt .
Protsman Get Annual AwardsFrank
over the same highway at TO Jaycee February 17 Students
For
miles an hour In one of today's
normal automobiles.Two Foster, president of the Florida Junior Chambet Reelect Fair Associations Officers; Tobacco was the major Item of

major recommendations of Commerce, wa guest speaker at Bosses Night Interest at the January noting Adult Classes

., already approved by the school held by the Lire Oak Jaycees last Thursday night at the Plans For 1965 Exhibition UnderwayCurrent of Burvaii Ole held Buwannee at the County OUrUn Farm Dtp I
\ board were general in nature for Masonic Temple. Bosons and wives of the local Jayceea
,
list Church last week Billy 1IU1. To
they were to build a new Junior were guests of the club In appreciation of the tint and officer othe Suwannee County io'atr.0.. who baa keen prominent ran .,... Register
and senior high school st Pinsthe .eltlesralton str..a. dub flossimr. elation' were named to aerve another year by a slate oldirector.lecte. ...unabe Interests of Florida\
.. .. Registration\ for
.
K to r t th > new adult eattAuditorium. -
a corn eneeiles.e..wesregtlenbe. high school al Branford.. with a. I Annual High .School 1 the ftseocUtlon Tricky atsR lait.raoomtjtltsra forth tn" Krvwwre i is>iJE"ra *f t-.l"--. *"..???>.,>';, --- ".'..''-.i.-- "-"" !-- 1U'It

,sew b$., In responMto the welcome e.. chosen from directorate of 23 members, today a Urge surplus of bam sthe fiuunannnes "w"\oIIt\en r_

tended ky: Jaycee President Fftoittalt BanfiuetTke Ia1t. M Wadsworth. taut time I and] thai steps to do somethinwltk r John A. Cade prlnclpal -
Members ofthe, committee recognised George Day. L. U. Crews, presl. aaaaal .owaaswe. High director and officer' of'the association Stcrct Potato Crop the surplus should be taken of Pine View Elementary: :
the task: might weD lead dent of the Buwanneo County A meeting was set for FvbruarjIT School and director of adult education
re-elected president aswas
to criticism and abuse but each Chamber sf Commerce, acknwnedged Seal re4kal. 5aau.l will atTract bo T1.. was Fletcher Sr. Ions time Will Ih Discussed at S1M: p.... to discuss bright I for Bvwannee County' announce
,I person agreed at the start that the Importance of the bold tealskt Tkenaay A amoral .. drain. forsMIteei .leaf tobacco II was announced. *! stile week
and
..,..... lorm.rpresident
should this occur as men It would Junior Chamber He I&IcIhi, -It awav. at Ike eokoeJ Sassier Club general manager of the body Others renamed *f o ...,.,.LI .. pre This gathering will be held at th. Classes will. be organised. and
I be taken In stride. It followed would be almost Impossible for with lab Bander ..... prunes, sad auiriiel Live Oak Elks Lodge. data and time for fatting such
... term were
for another
then that alt recommendations Chamber' Commerce to am awns ........ will .. keM at Also speaking on tobacco al the slow determined al the session
the Robert Holmes, vice pegs1d.nlPact ,
could be based on only one factor without the Jsyeees" Awards wU be preseatfld anda lid Brenrerd Woman's flub Onion bureau meeting were Monday.
and that was what each member nil Among the other distinguished ..see tram FlorMa Intro I'alveratty Crews secretary and Jack BeUtflnr FrUsy, Jsaaary ta .! Aubrey Ward chairman of the Cad a4 this program offered

felt was sincerely best for the from the Florida Jaycees will speak tke aaaoeaeomeat Blspham, treasurer Til PJN.Jsck oral organisation's tobacco enm.mI'CH .in opportunity to many to cam.
children of this. county. guests executive Secretary BUIerts. of Ike vew.ttng Elected as directors of the ai- a...*.'. abs Is _". and Walter Roberts, bureau plate their high, school education
Sometimes have been amased were: District Three Tics Pre**. staled.IwrNed. sedation In addition to the officers la. .. ekalrawa ., tke eoai* prnldenand also a mem- and thai there Co I no charge for

at how desires of UftI.... In eon dent .Jim Bouthertand.! and Don to a...... aer Saud above were Ed: N. Butler Mrs. ...... arranging .... swung. her of the tobacco commuter the else. .
filet with the need of their ehfl- I of the Perry the sxMirs, are awaitwv.of Otto Dlckman. Henry M FoUom. this week I. IU4. and arted all Prior to program time J, n. He urged those InteresUd to Blend
president
duo to secure modern educations Everett. tke a...... Yeses Club sad Carroll HaU. Mlsa Ida Jo Harri farmers interested In Ike ..... ffiurfor led In a devotional service the opening session and

ao as to compete' In the future tveers.The first award presenlsUen of last wives A sad II teen football I MIn Charles R. Howes. Ura. O. deities ., saved ........ to bepretraL and Roy Hunter served assong called atlentlon to the fact that
governs our thinking. I Certificate ofppreclsUon planes and their dsteo.elMvrlea Donald HsUh., J. Hsynes. Mrs He told groven .hi ftawaaare I leader, credit can net be received than
the. evening was presented a to Brody .rs. sad Iketr ...... I I Charlie .Huntrr Vincent Jones. sad arlfkboring ee.nU Klah Eubanka, wno was pre more than three absence occur ki

The fun committee meets tonight I Harris by Charles UcCrimon. vice sad percale of football pia,.,.. (.... I C-...... ea Page II > .. ....U a...... IN*. 1 I..u.... on Fast II a semester,

and ,expects to hear from president of the Uve Oak Jsycee ----

IU two subcommittees on pro. In recognition' of the able ...w.
No.. I CoatMeea1 set Page II ance given the club any time heas
Athletic Needs I I'frark
caned upon. Program Expansion

License Tags CoOn Ranald Oreen. a director of the
local club presented the outstanding


San Sal......Feb I.....1.. Cweatr rrotaman boas for the award time and to assistance Norm- Being Added This( Spring;

Tn CaPofier, a.aea..l given to President Day and I Ohio Youngsters Enjoy New /VfMs I

that HMBMO .....* fee eaieme foe his help and Interest shown Students Needed )For

..... ir.d-. sad traOen gw eeisiler ID the Jayece*. Activity

** 1. Bin UtOoy. national.. Director Br Jake Jebaoea, Prlactpsl ......... Illsk .......
AS Bas Urs MIl be five of the Florida J.-.".... prevented' Athletics art the most controversial field In the education
....* kicker... tke INS the IMtaMM award .. the Uve
II. program. Kren: saying that athletic arc part of
"..,. (Kov I Coatlaar. oa Pat
the educational program can atari some loud'complalnU.

tea (1'-! that ae It may, the writer would Ilk* to express his

At CoUtcatfr. OhIoKindergarten Mess on this area of education knowing full well that

o.I +'IrA most rulers win have different
Students Lose Pet Ideas on all or some of the** com* that w* might UsC
; ii menu. First, we must have participation
wM1 First I would like to ciprees my 1 by a representative numberof
"Uni" Couldn't Take Cold Weather ; . 1 opinion that athletic mint be a the student In the school Inorder
'
: part of U. total educational program to kp proper reproMnta
and Lire Oak becoming widely : lion year after year In the dif
Suwannee County art .. er It has no place In the
known in the ColdwaUr.. Ohio area u official of New .. public schools. Athletic tike any ferent program, w* must b* able

Idea Farm Equipment Company recount their experiences ether part of the program must to *.lct the participant from *
be evaluated. by Its end roeults er .large enough number of students"
while her la Member for the firm' UnWjrsKm 'Introduction
'" to be have
sure we representative
the tahw received by U* student,
to ita bruch'pcno.nnel.. Note of thanks and it. }It. ails lake part and tai program learns.Tie wed ssure M of morepeople

evidence of approcUtion entice >.>Be rvlatione atanaerr for the In general In the pubes schools.New Involved In the program
to come to county and sift pubOe firm farther csptatnetf the event '. the ......s arises as to newto and although an my not be of

I officials and local mdtvVtneJe for m this fashton* : :. ;::1 let tbe best result from this the ealibor for vanity enmprtt

their. aekrtaa sucmsrfuL* to making the Attacked to a ptetare tokrn. .1 ..,.. program. torn, ad can receive the values of

meeting recently at eat loch. school. \ .. There we many Idea a* to the the program.
! A atdefigtat of the lea bore -We tbocgnt ,...,... many of $ 11 1-. tahie Involved In atkletlM. IK*. I CoaUao.l *. Pigs II

I made the ...... of newepapcn to yew readers. would rujoy sretnfftke ,. I" Borne of the most popular raw

! thai are* when Unr, a baby photo. The dragster surely are; Mitt Mct'arland

\ caiman proarswed to an erflctel .bad a M el fan with the Wile "', .. .. ,. . I. Tees ,"..LJ.

the easBpaay by Bin Msagnsn.asaMaat rascal. bat be died the tame day .. ". .,'', RaOy point for mtl/e *udent Junior Mitt ConttttMlo
"
..
1 ,;., .. ..
q ttetOed a that ptetavt was takes As we t" .. ,. ., '. body, Casey M.Fartaa4 left
I group ., inamiUrs. ae shewn la a knew he wuldal take the chance 3. U nU! tflsctptiiM. ........, for Feaseoeis***.

, .... etavwhrre m this. IMS oftke o ...... 4. Physical durtptln I ski wn eater tk* ..... liaise

Buwaanee DrmoerU.State Was ... .......... tile k- .. CompHrUon.e" bore ..Aflavfi aaaMaWMM.! .af aAatFtaeMa
saiesters of ... CoMwair. Okie ...... iladieiartsej ..... IM* ..... a
! law ..w prohlktu the _oa te.drr. lstd M .... e M teasel pal a physical development.T. Inlay Caavskor .4
I .saleef baby aagatort.Thae: the 'dial .... lite Part to trfl tkeebfldren koay Boeik ........ ....... ....... e Met vrfsHsr. .... The ...... wkhfc ymwbto l a orwdlla. tcernlAg/ to win and loose C-qrFl" c..., woe wttm.fMkesl

, caiman. wMcb inn naarty iesembtee TOmT:' dML .... they was tine to tke ktaderg,a olose bf ...a B wla<... ........ saaaager ., Hew dos Fare Ceels>. I. Kjpttvg stttdenU. Ill. Khool. *eat..l bold br She

a. ...... Teas reptaeH kirsaie false atUcked to Mm.. I mist Caaraaar. ....... ....... lake laT frees BOI tea.gbo. ........ Ceatrfr sask/ss. ..... .. Cat of owe time, live Oak. Jay***

baby gates aermaOy far asJe at 'tfelak bv ... ken proboMy m aJar U ag.... Uve Oak. .... a procrass at tke eessaw4lMi ., tke sosssoarH reetert rai-lyotses hose.daum.ry II. pM. mime" hi _heots.An Ckarto kUCriams. .*MSrma..
roadside. stands tkraawl the BUaf at. lormaldrtyae at ...... .. the ..... kate er can of 1M buy h ley .this
.
mtollM ki, Ike Floriaa ,. TW eshasa's tame T Tke ,.......es ls<.od ... *Vt*. ., pee.
Plertda.tn We bees ate relsaavd lbs pnelototwoe.'tk kave l........ robes. toatteal Uw -b .. rpr5 W 1M

C. Wa4twertX a. letter to pUbBener... Oesv.of terse GIlt ..... We OmcM* aewspapers. tteTd get mUtts swv.a n. gesg. ....s an left b tai51 Jar .,... DM r.... 01... ......,. Kerle ....... ...... New .*'and. so*IU what overall M late program.to ee- Oak J.Jaisias.. la, tell U sod rid M meet. ba to less takokl

rtsnumt.WBasa. Dv Bheslry. s tick -* of .. t....* ....., ...... sod Dwn "'_. tam ibis lad ether objectives. ....











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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA .THURSDAY, JANUARY 2ft, 1965



II FLORIDA'SFarm -


EDITORIALT.arsnn It Happened In




Suwannee County, Florida


Served Florida Well Front

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For over a quarter of a century a native that of insurance commissioner and fire BfDoyle

of Pennsylvania, who came to Keystone marshal. Both services expanded greatly Conner E.

Heights to help develop that community under his direction and the depart- From The Filet Of ti,

served Florida well as a mem- ments he fashioned In these areas stand The National Safety Council 1 Is TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

ber of its cabinet that plays such an Important today as models for state government. launching a nationwide campaign I -

part in the government of this Ed Larson had a kind spot in his heart to promote the safe use of agricultural I

state. This man was known thruout Flori- for this city and county and was a frequent chemical 1915 William C. Alrth entertained at annual Duroc sale here last Monday. (

da and the nation as Ed Larson, state visitor here. I I was Interested to note In UleCouncil' Mayor Hlnely, who managed one of the loveliest parties of the This was the first private-

treasurer lie was here in 1962 to speak at the work kit Items similar the baseball team last season insists season when they entertained swine sale in over twenty years in I
His sudden death at Tallahassee Sunday formal opening of the branch office he to those which we in Florida of "pilotprogram" dis- that he will not have the with eight tabfces of bridge at Blue Florida as the Cannons offered
tributed IGS2 In a sort
in
while making a dedicatory talk at an operated here and only a few weeks ago for which the Agricultural time to do so the coming season Lodge Saturday afternoon. thirty bred gilts, twenty bean
TI.. flak: must h... f h.-halll Prizes went to Mrs. H. E.: Leech.Mrs. and five young herd units for
Easter Seal wrote finis to dis- to hold seminar here to discuss
a arranged
ceremony a Chemicals Association furnished --- -- ---- .
C. V. Schoppe, Mrs. J. a sale.
club, one that can pin games, and
tinguished career of public service. One safety in handling explosives and some of the materials.In Harvard Miss Emily Blackwell.Mrs. : ,
of the best known and widely loved men other fire hazard items. the past couple of years a it is to be regretted that Mr. R. Parkhlll Hopkins Mrs. Invited to-Laura
lunch will be unable to act Tumage's 'I
ever to serve in this state's capital, Ed Larson was dean of the state's cabinetand great deal of progress has been manager again as Louie C. Wadswortb. lire S. C. tenth birthday were Jean Hitt.

Larson will be remembered for many acts just a few days ago began what was made in pesticides safety educa- Sansbury, and Mrs. Olin C. Sher- Jo Rees, John Flood

of kindness and thoughtful expressions, to be a bob-tailed two year term tion in Florida. It Is that a continuingennn.r.llyv reaches At the meeting of the directorsof rod. Barbara Wells, Linda and

but above all for his devotion and dedica- Treasurer Larson served Florida well effort-- level. the Suwannee Fair Association Roger Jane and Neva

tion to the development and progress of and honorable and it is most fitting that right_ Now down that to the the Safety local Council Is held In the Chamber of Com- Ill Dr.for R. O. Cheney, who has been Kathy Harris Martha _
merce rooms yesterday, It was decided several weeks, resumed Peat Crape Mary
his adopted state.Florida's state offices closed Wednesday to pay In the picture our experience In practice
this rooming at the Sandy Crews
Elaine:
to after
the next meetIng
go -
emergence as an insurance homage to a distinguished public servantof Florida Is being put to good use of the Florida Branch of the Orantham Clinic which he heads.Dr. McMullen. and Charlotte
center among southeastern states is due toa this state. aU over the nation. The national worth.
American Poultry Association and
marked degree to the forthright and aggressive We in Live Oak and Suwannee County program is sponsored by the Safety Col. A. E. Leslie, who Is the superintendent and Mrs. James W. West I

leadership Treasurer Larson con- share with other communities and counties Council and the Agricultural of the poultry de announce the marriage of their I Miss Jean Tedder, daughter of

stantly gave to the movement.A in Florida in the loss of a dear friend Chemicals Association National in Planning cooperation pertinent of the Suwannee Fair, daughter, Ann, to Leon McDonaldof Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Tedder was

major duty of the office he held was and most competent state official. Committee with the for Agricultural was Instructed to proceed at once Balnbrtdge. Oa. June 29 In recently elected scholarship chairman .
to Lakeland Orlando and Tampato Greenville. Mrs. McDonald Is a of the Pi Beta Phi sorority
Chemical Safety confer with the secretaries of graduate of Suwannee High of Florida State University
the associations.: School and last spring completedher
The progress) we've made In freshman year at Florida Mrs. Thomas Radford took first

Oitv&iSay About pesticides safety education In our The girls! friendly society is State College for Women Tallahassee place honors at the Oarden Club's
state has been made possible because -
The couple will reside In
contemplating having a Valentine 'Camellia display show last Friday
all elements In our agriculture
d This party, the date for! which has not Balnbridge where Mr. McDonald I and Mrs. Alfred T, Alrth won second .
Latest
hare been participating.
yet been set. This society while holds a newspaper position. and third place honors
phase has been the formation .
And
under the auspices of the Episcopal : -
of county educational groups that I
Church has members from Hal Alrth was honored last
form a nucleus for Implementing 1955
ThatA the development of programs at all the churches. Wednesday bv his mother.'. Vfra
the local levelCooperating, Four young men were honored W, C. Alrth in celebration of his
In this program Orover Brinson and J. H. Edwards by the Live Oak Jaycees last Friday ninth birthday.

Giant Of GiantsHe threshold of excitingly fine new times and high are: The Florida Agricultural Extension have taken over the busl- night at the annual ladles
prosperity. Barring an accidental pushing of The Service through its ness of the Live Oak Steam Laundry night banquet of the organlxJon. *- James Allison son of Mrs.
was "ever a fighter" and as this was writ- .
the
and have secured service Herb
Button dread symbol of the world's present potential Chemical Information Center at Wadsworth. Suwannee Oeorge Allison of this city and a
ten he was engaged In "one fight more, the best of laundryman. Democrat editor
an expert was presentedthe
for blowing itself up it would appear the University of Florida In Gainesville graduate of Suwannee High
and the IasE"Winston that the future' bright wave Is assured. ; the State Board of Distinguished Service Awardof School. Is currently touring In
Spencer Churchill, his once piercing There II, however, one point that Is too often I Health: Vocational Agriculture, On February 1st a gents tailorng the group as the outstanding I Rome, Paris and London In connection
gaze dimmed, the eloquence of his voice silenced, the chemical industry throughout establishment will be openedIn young man of the ;year and Distinguished with his profession a
overlooked. Mr. Cox phrased It like this:
the fast-paced working of his, outstanding mind the state through the Florida AgIcultural the Mickler Building over the Service Citations were stylist l with Mayfair ladles coats
bed "All these things will happen if if we I Western Union Telegraph office, presented to Paul Crews, Vincent and suite.
stalled lay on his death and men around Research Institute and ve
view the predictions and the promises not Jones and V B. (Sonny) Brown.
u predictions ot of under the management of C. H. .
the world leaders and commoners alike course, our own Department -
awaited the solemn word from a residence near and promises, but ss challenges.In Agriculture. Blackburn. In rolling out pie or biscuit
London's Hyde Park that would mark the end of a nation that Is proud of its heritage of Theme of the National Safety Shirley Hadden.. MX, general dough. roll lightly and do not \h .
self-reliance and the initiative, the acceptance of Council's campaign is "4 Keys to Fred W. ,John L. Dwyer: practitioner and general surgeon press down.
and the end of
an era an epoch.
challenges "to be better than'we are" might be PesticideSafety". Noting that It and R. H. Shackleford, were passengers of Wild Rose. Wls.. will begin .
Winston Churchill was more than a voice,that expected to be as sure as daylight after dark I. "the moral and legal responsibility In a five passenger 191 I practice here next week and will To remove hot moist air from
stirred men's souls. He was more than a fearless be located in the former
of the user himself to exer- model Maxwell car driven by R. office of sink dishwasher
Unfortunately, we living in In range and
are an era dinIng -
leader, more than a military genius, more than a else care In handling, applying H. Shackleford from Jacksonville Dr Alex Klsh. areas Install
which a
great masse of people expect all the challenges multiple switch
writer with millions of words to his credit more and storing farm chemicals, In- to Macclenny and on to Lake City; controlled forced exhaust
to be met system.
"the
than a painter of seascapes by government" with e ludlng proper disposal of the the total distance t2 miles and Tom Cannon 8r. and Tom Can- A fan with a capacity higher than

Winston Churchill was the last tie to the days somebody else's money and energy. Too many empty; containers," the Council running time three and onehalftours Mesdamea Oeorge J:. Alrth and Is needed to change the air in the
when Britanla ruled the waves and when the sun people are willing to sit idly and wait for golden cites these facts: I on two gallons of gasoline. non Jr.. owners of Cannon Duroc Kitchen every tone minutes- it.
'.t'-;; **.... MV on \.h* V nptr ttuA to* Vw.* ad aer.Afor \... (Aum* to tall 'Q.be" U.p 4t. AptwoxlmaUly 2,100 avoidably I Farm of Live Oak. ht'.d their first the most effective.
almost a century.He The t.ruU1& that white the business world acc'4eMIl0 children under five I
than become more and more subject to government years' of age are caused annually 19.W
was more a pugnacious leader offerIng -
his nation nothing more than blood and sweat regulation, the strength of any government must by> carelessness with pesticides Standing as mute evidence of

and tears In her darkest day of trial. be based on the health of its business community harmful Children contact most often with come chemicals into fatal automobile tragedies In Su-
HOMES
He was more than a brash war correspondent If government and business work together, the because of adult negligence. wannee County are small white FOR SALENo
Oreat Society Is inevitable. It'government and crosses, placed along highways In
falling
prisoner to
and then
escaped from
The
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an number of economically
enemy prison during ,the Boer War. business fight' each other, only a Olum Societycan harmful kinds of insects Is 9.000-: this area by the local Elks Lodge money down if you own your own lot. Two or

He wu more than the scapegoat for a naval result. and Increasing. three bedroom, completely furnished ready to move

disaster In World War I, Folk's three big industries phosphate citrus Over 329.000 tons of peitlcldesare victory After for enjoying 14 straight the sweetness Su-of in. Payment. to fit any budget. White or colored.

He was more than a voice of courage and determination and cattle are examples of this thesis. Noneof used ;yearly to control destructive wannee High's fast-stepping games Ter- Have some houses completed for colored one block

when he promised his nation "to the three Is dependent on government handout .' insects lers fouled themselves into an west of Hunter Motor Co. in Lake City.

fight on the seas and the oceans, on the beaches for Its livelihood, yet each benefits from government Over 64.000 pesticides are ret 8-20 defeat at the hands of

the landing grounds, in the fields, in the streets cooperation. istered for use In the U 8. Madison Tuesday night at the Phone 7526759Lake City
and la the hills. and adding "WE SHALL NEVER Favorable taxing policies have made it possible Farmers could suffer a subitantlal armory. The boys kept the 1940
SURRENDER.: for the phosphate Industry to pour tens ol f economic loss if regulaory slate clean with a 31-21 win Box 863

In that declaration and In the brave statements millions of dollars Into Its Polk county operatlonl.Oovemment..upported agencies protecting consumers
that followed during the research has helped find too much residue on their Rotarians heard the Rev Bill Office at 28 W. Railroad St.
grim years of citrus men to Improve crops from misuse of chemicals lalstead. Lake City Rotarian In
both the and
the Battle of Britain and quality the
through the "end of quantity of their a fine address at their weekly.. NEEDED-white saleswoman or salesman and col.
the beginning" be typified Britain at her best The trope Imperial Valley lettuce growers Ion! at the Suwannee Hotel Mon ored saleswoman or salesman to sell homes in the
and her bravest screwworm. once the cattle Industry'sbiggest ; In California have been finding It day noon Live Oak area.

England's!: "Finest Hour" was also his. threat, was eradicated by a government- difficult to satisfy b ;ren' demands .

An anachronism from the moment of his financed project. for top Quality shloments-
birth, he belonged to the days when knighthood Without the types of government assistance The trouble Is due to-lack of skill .

was In flower, but be would have made his mark listed above, each of these three great Industries among the domestic harvest
In any period of England's history would be seriously hampered. But without the laborers recruited for the work.

As the last survivor of the top World War aggressive free enterprise to capitalise on the opportunities News reports from Los Angeles
Indicate
leadership, he outlived his time He lived to see the industries would be piddling small workers the total number of
may: be adequate. The
potatoes Indeed.
the Britsnla he loved shrink to only the tight results, however are considerably WHY DMT
little Isle which once spawned the collossus of colonial The development of equally enlightened cooperation less favorable than those previously -
empires among the Industries themselves will achieved with experienced ThEY m

He lived to see fulfillment of his grim warn. ensure Polk county's continued prosperous growth i imported Mexican labor. PULL,

lag Issued at Fulton, Missouri. -Polk County. Democrat Bartow As a consequence, buyers are DOWN THE 5 ,
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He lived to see the Free World that he struggled I expecting produce prices: to advance ,
so valiantly and sit least until more skill is
articulately to defend dwindle
The War SHADES/
away before the connlvlngs of a new and godless On DiseaseThree acquired by: 'the Inexperienced
workers on which the
- concept of world' domination. diseases heart trouble cancer and growers are 4
being forced to relY U they expect -
Now at last his golden strokes reportedly are responsible for YM
voice Is stilled The fog roughly to get any: part of their
and the mist has clogged his treat and clouded his 10 per cent of all deaths In this country crops harvested. R

eyes. And authorities now think many thousands .

As he Joins the others of the long line of heroes of those killers' victims could be saved each year 4

In the special Valhalla that free men reserve fnr through an adequate program of health educa P

those of a special breed of "first class fighting lion and preventive medicine. Subscriptions

men" the entire world cannot but feel a sense of That's the conclusion of a Presidential Commission *
real and heaY11ou. recently reporting on the subject Suicanne DemocratListed

There are all too few men of the ChurchUllan It proposes a nation-wide system of regional
mold born medical centers providing! the below are new subaertp-: YEARS AGO
into this advanced our
world and even 90 yean Is medical lions and subscriptions renewed narrow window were heavily
too short a span for those lifted with the glorious knowledge and techniques DOW available only al to the Suwannee Democrat from cur.

spark of leadership that was his. medical university facilities.hospitals and a relatively few other January 18 to January 32. tained and shaded.! Tody with wall size picture windows


The cost would be slseable some 13 billion HEW It'BSalnlONIBull we live in a glass showcase. Our attitudes have
changedtoo
over a five-year period according to the com M. Jonas Branf ord
Predictions missions Cordiality Unlimited. Columbus on borrowing
Performances estimate. for
.. Oe. money worthwhile purchases and

Promise ICoonnmlsts: but It can takea predict far-sighted. and businessmen politicians can to of suffering But so would and salvaging the dividends of human In the resources.Cocoa alleviation. Mrs.Fleece E. Bardin Hunter. ft. project- Stop at the Commercial Bank when you needa

- -make both the predictions and the promises come Tribune Mrs. H. M. Howard. L. a loan.
true. .5 Herbert Smith. Lake City

This wu the eDee of a speech made to &he Cranberries $CBscurnoy BXNEWEDE. (
Lakeland Klwanla club : Orapee with high blood .pres
by Curtis A Cox rice- sure. McAnad News, MeAlester. Okla M. WUkenon Branford
president of V-C Chemical Co. And 15,, Cos, Gladys r. eJnes. L. aMrs.
as be frequently does, has put his finger exactly T. J. Kennon. L..O.

, on the heart of the problem of how to make sun Probably the reason Ood made woman last was Him Drawdy. O'Brien

! that the city of 8&rtow, the county of Pock the I that He didn't want any advice while cresting M. B. WcD aa1d.. Miami : COMMERCIAL BANK

state of >Florida and the United States of AlDeneI I gets .;.... u. 6. Coast Quart. Florida Power and Light Co. .
- five up to the bright future '' sea B. Byrd Findlay, Onto I' OF
that seems to be In D. C. fief .....pI\II. Ttna. LIVE OAK
tore tar en of these
f" entities,
Ura, W. P. Ben. L..
From ail Hall to Careful driving pay dividends not to the 0. liVE OAK.
FIOBIDAI
Capitol
Hill we are on the other 0ow. but to you. Mrs. IX T. OTIara M. U. O. -
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Alary Brown Circle Miss Lambert Airs Howea Club Here and There
(91 gA'lie/ted
t Met With Mrs. Nobles Hostess Recently

January 19 the Mary Brown The farmerettes Extension Mr and MM. Jack WhIte pent
Circle of the Advent Christian Homemaker met with Mrs Harry the week end in Tallahassee attending -
Church met In the home of Mrs Howe on January 14. the National CameUIa
WOMEN Harry: Noble with Mrs. Oscar : f Routine business weE discussed Show, Mr*. Whit served u a f
Green presiding in the absence of and chairmen selected for the judge in the Artistic Division and
the chairman coming year exhibited In the Invitational clan.Lt. .
The scripture reading wa given MU Jo Harrison gave a dem- and MM. Thomas T. Hart
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor by Mrs Otho Scott A 7 onstration on "Color In The and children. Kimberly and
During the business meeting Hom," Trammell, of Albany Oa. spent
Mn. Mamie Sandlln. secretary Refreshment were served by the week end with hU parent.
Valentine Supper Barbara Smith II and treasurer gave a report 01I I the hostess. Mr. and Mrt Dennis Hart. II

Planned By Golfers Circle: MeetThe the clothing furnished a child at'' IzW7 Mr and Mrs. William Rosa of Miss Charlotte Wadiworth
Barbara Smith Circle of the Advent Christian Home Milwaukee Wls. spent<< several pent Friday evening here with I
The women golfer of the Su- the First Baptist Church met on Dowllng Park which wu the circle days last week In tire Oak visitIng her parentt Mr. and Mr*. LouieC. I
wannee Country Club met at the January 18 with Mrs. Paul Byrd *' project for December. The his relatives. Mr and Mrs. Wadsworth and left for Lake
club house .last Friday with fifteen presided over by Mrs Jams Long members discussed! future plan Curtis Gamble Mrs. Margie Gamble City Saturday to spend the weekend
members present. circle chairman. for the new church building. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne with MINI Diane Bishop Both
Following the covered dish Community missions for the Lay: Poole general chairman \ Ross Mr and. Mrs. Ross arc are Florida State student
luncheon and business meeting a month of January was announced stressed the mlslaoru apportionment Ia pending the winter In Florida, cc
flag tournament was played with a* the distribution of promotional for the India budget for U.
Mr*. Frank Futch Sr. winner. March. ,+ Hlrtli Announcement
materials advising of the evils of I
.. During the business meeting alcohol Thursday. February 25. Mn. Dialer Clayton gave the Mrs Roatright
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Richardsonof
presided over by Mr*. Futch plan "'
missionary study 1'nnatormlnlLoft"
has been set aside as mission study
Club hostess of
live Oak the birth
were made for a Valentine supper announce
night at the church. I
to be given at the club house on Refreshment were served during Mrs Wallace Boatrlght. president a daughter Thursday January
Mr* W. R. Hove presented the
11, In the Suwannee County Hoe-
v>bl'UU7 II with planned enter program. "Identifying The Iaauta"with the social hour.Homeniakers. of the Happy Itomemaker
Vment followed by dancing. I 1tal.
Extension Club was hostess for
.
Miss France Sperrlng. Mr*
-yS.; T. McDowell social chairJft 1I I The baby has been named Klmberly
and presided over the meeting on
r Alroeta Swan. Mra. O. B. Dees.Mra. Llnette Richardson.The .
announced the following Council R
January 1)
Frank Johnson and .Ira.
maternal \
grandparent are
Snmitteea Mr*. Wyman Harvard
: Miss Ida Jo Harrison home
Long assisting In the form of a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. of Lake
Met To Make Plans 8eay
Sr, decoration: Mr*. Harley panel discussion. I, demonstration agent, spoke to the
Brown entertainment: Mrs. Refreshment were served to Friday January IT the Suwannee t 9 s group about the use of color in Butler.
Mr Richardson la the sister of
Randy Mai. food and Mr*. LouieC. *
: County Extension Homemak- planning a decoration scheme: for
the 10 member and one visitor
Mr*. Dale Data of this city.
Wadiworth. tickets.Hostess
present era Council met at 2:00 pm. at the home. .
for Friday' meeting the Suwannee Valley FJectrto: Coop During the short business meetIng -
were Mrs. R. L. Brlnkman. Mr*. Building for the January ,,, the *ii member present heard Saucy Accompaniment)
Alex McKeilhen. and Mr*. Claude Lamar Bradley Voyles business meeting. : 1 1 Y b several committee reports and Dry curries tab to "saucy" accompaniments.
VIce Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Voyles of Mn. Charlie Hunter council made plan for the coming year Curried fried
Fampa. Tex, announce the birth president. Introduced Miss Ida Jo Mrs Raymond Jackson received chicken for example, taste deUlMful -
of a son. December 18. Harrison new home demonstration the door prise.B with a relish of diced
Annual Girl Scout I The baby weighed six pounds agent to the council. ) fresh orange, minced red onion,
and three ounce and hu been New officer for the year In addition and green pepper folded Into sour
Cookie Sale This Week
named Lamar Bradley Voyles. to Mrs. Hunter are Mn i Soignee Will ReturnLook cream..
Troop }70 of the Live Oak Girt The maternal grandparent an E. A. Collins vice president: Mn for return of the soigne .
Scout started their annual Qlrl Mr. and ...... John Kotarm Jr, of A. J. Lord secretary-treasurer: look for cocktails, made of a simple You can cut a meringue pie
Scout cookie sale Monday. January White Deer. Tex. Paternal grandparent Mn. Wallace Boatrtght. reporter: black crepe dress kmg-tleeved cleanly by coating both skies of
3$. the sale win run through are Mr. and Mn Joe and Mrs. W. J. Nipper council A black helmet hat with side bow. the knife sllthtly with butte
January M. Varies, Rt I. Live Oak. delegate.
On Saturday. the Scouts win Mr. Voylea: to employed with During the business meeting
canvas the town for the cookie the Celanese Chemical Corporation plans wen made for the medical The eMgageaaeait .l Miss Same r...... Lambert, Tallahaawe.U .
cate. of America self help program the commissioner's Grady lilt.... T.....*.. Naples I* aasteue.4 by hat parents.Mr. COMPLETE
luncheon and the county sal Mrs. WIllIaM Ray Uaakert Madre. Mr. Te.msen4 laU
event day and dress revue. MM ., ..... ad Mn. Elsie Tossed ., KspUa.Mhw Plumbing and Electrical Supplier

UaskeH gradaated trap ........ High S.ke.l U !.... Plywood Cabinet Hardware

THREE BEDROOM HOMES Girl Scout CourseAt IBM b sew ......,.. with tke .It," ef the Slate Treaiarer andloswaaee Tune Oil Paints
Com.la.....

Brick Veneer-One or Two Baths Methodist ChurchA The Mare bride and bri>greM' attended Lee C.ilrge In
'y Olrl Scout training course Oevelaad. T.... After the wedsug they win live .1st TallahaMeaod Langford Builders SupplywMlMi
win be here this weekend
FHA CONVENTIONAL conducted
or he wW ailed Fledda State VnJvenlly.Aartl .
at UM first Methodist Church
Financing by Mra. Barbara Jones of Gaines 14 U the dale set f**> the wedding In the Clank ef G.4 It. I.E. n... MS.M1I
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ville. .. Breast Street !. Tallahassee.
The U-hour orientation course
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. will begin at the church Malay ''I .
January M at 7.00: pa. and
SELECT YOURS NOW win last until 10:M. The second
phase of the study wm be held
Contact from It:" am. untO I:" pm Suits by
Saturday! with the remainder of
W. G. MULLINSPhone the erlenUOon given Sunday
All .tftOttMT Mining foe con'

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EDITORIALLarson FLORIDA'S It Happened In ,




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Served Florida WellFor N t Front 1915-1940-1955



over a quarter of a century a native that of insurance commissioner and fire By

of Pennsylvania, who came to Keystone marshal. Both services expanded greatly ;, Doyle Canner E.

Heights to help develop that community under his direction and the depart- Taken From The Filet Of .

served Florida well as a member ments he fashioned in these areas stand The National Safety Council li TOE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT e-

of its cabinet that plays such an important today as models for state government. launching a nationwide campaign

part in the government of this Ed Larson had a kind spot in his heart to promote the safe use of agricultural I

state. This man was known thruout Flori- for this city and county and was a fre chemical 1915 William C. Airth entertained at annual Duroc sale here last Mon

da and the nation as Ed Larson, state quent visitor here. I was Interested to note in the Hinely. who managedthe one of the loveliest parties of the day. This was the first private

treasurer. He was here in 1962 to speak at the Council' work kit. items similar Mayor baseball team last season. Insists season when they: entertainedwith wine sale In over twenty year in
to those which we in Florida distributed eight t tables of bridge at Blue Florida a* the Cannons
the he
His sudden! death at Tallahassee Sun formal opening of branch office that he will not have the offered
day while making a dedicatory talk at an operated here and only a few weeks ago In 1M3 In a sort of "pilotproaram" time to do so the coming season. Lodge Saturday afternoon. thirty bred gilts twenty boar,
for which the Agricultural PrIzes went to Mr*. H. E. Leech. and five herd
Easter Seal ceremony wrote finis to a distinguished arranged to hold a seminar here to dis Chemicals Association furnished Live Oak must have a baseball Mrs. C. V. Scboppe. Mrs. J. & ale. young unit for

career of public service. One cuss safety in handling explosives and some of the materials. club one that can win games, andIt Harvard. Miss Emily Blackwell ____ \

of the best known and widely loved men other fire hazard items. In the past couple of years a I LI to be regretted that Mr. Mr. R. ParkhiU Hopkins Mrs. Invited to Laura Tunu...'.
ever to serve in this state's capital, Ed Larson was dean of the state's cabinet great deal of progress has been Hinely will be unable to act a* Louie C. Wadsworth. Mr. S. C. tenth birthday were Jean Hltt.

Larson will be remembered for many acts and just a few days ago began what was made in pesticides safety educa manager again.At Salisbury, and Mrs. Olin C. Sher- Jo Rees, John Flood

of kindness and thoughtful expressions, to be a bob-tailed two year term. tion in Florida. It Is a continuing the meeting of the director rod. Barbara Well, Linda

but above all for his devotion and dedica- Treasurer Larson served Florida( well cooperative effort that reaches: of the Suwannee Fair Association Roger. Jane and
right down to the, local level.Now Dr. ]t O. Cheney, who has been 'Kathy Harris, Martha Jean11
tion to the development and progress of and honorable and it is most fitting that that the Safety Council .Is held In the Chamber of Com ill for several weeks resumed Peat Crapp, Mary
his state. offices closed Wednesday to yesterday: It was decided
adopted state merce rooms
pay
In the picture, our experience In practice: this morning at the Sandy Crew. Elaine
Florida's emergence as an insurance homage to a distinguished public servantof Florida .Is being put to good use to go after the next meetIng : Orantham Clinic which he heads. MeMullen. and
center among southeastern states is due to this state. all over the nation. The national of the Florida Branch of the worth.

a marked degree to the forthright and aggressive We in Live Oak and Suwannee County program Is sponsored by the Safety American Poultry Association and Dr. and Mrs. James W. West
Col. A, E. Leslie who I* the superintendent
communities and Council and the Agricultural announce the marriage of their Miss Jean
leadership Treasurer Larson constantly share with other coun- of the poultry department Tedder,
gave to the movement.A ties in Florida in the loss of a dear friend Chemicals Association: in cooperation of the Suwannee Fair, daughter Ann to Leon McDonald Mr. and Mr. W. L. Wade-I

major duty of the office he held was and most competent state official.Oifte with the Natlonsl Planning'.was instructed to proceed at once of Bainbridge. Oa. June 29 in I recently) elected scholarship
Committee for Agricultural to Lakeland. Orlando. and Tampato Oreenville. Mrs. McDonald Is a man of the PI Beta Phi

Chemical Safety. confer with the secretaries: cf graduate of Suwannee High of Florida State University,
School and last spring! completedher
The progress we've made ir I the associations. freshman :year at Florida Mrs Thomas Radford took tint

About pesticide safety education In oui. The girls friendly; ;; society II I State College for Women Tallahassee place honor at the Oarden Club's
state ha* been made possible because Valentine The couple will reside in Camellia display show last Friday:
contemplating having a
This all elements In our agriculture
Bainbridge where Mr. McDonald and Mn. Alfred T. Alrth
won second -
party, the date for which has not
have been participating. La- holds a newspaper position. and third place honor
And teat phase ha* been the formation) I yet been set. This society while .
Say of county educational group that under the auspice: of the Episcopal -
from Hal Alrth was honored
last
Church. has member
form a nucleus for implementing 1955
ThatA Wednesday by his
mother Mrs
the development of at t all the churches.
programs
the local level.Cooperating, Four young men were honoredby W. C. Airth In celebration of his
In Orover Brinaon and J H. Edwards the Live Oak Jaycees last Friday ninth birthday.
this progrsmare
threshold of fine times and high busl night at the annual ladles
Giant Of Giants excitingly new : The Florida Agricultural: Extension have taken over the
prosperity. Barring an accidental pushing of The Service through Its ness of the Live Oak Steam Latin night banquet of the organisa James Allison son of Mrs
He WM "ever a fighter" and as this WM writ-' Button dread symbol of the world's present potential Chemical Information Center at dry and have secured the service Lion Herb Wadsworth Suwannee George Allison of this city and a
ten he WM engaged in "one fight more, the beat i Democrat editor '
of an expert laundrymsn. : was presented graduate of Suwannee
High
for blowing Itself up it would appear the University of Florida In Oaln-
and the last the Distinguished Service Awardof
that the future's bright wave is assured. esvllle; the State Board of School. to currently touring In
Winston Spencer Churchill his once piercing tailorIng the group u the outstanding Rome. Part and London
Health: Vocational Agriculture; On February 1st a gent In connection
There Is, however, one point that Is too often
gaze dimmed the eloquence of his voice silenced the chemical industry throughout establishment will be openedIn :young man of the year and Distinguished with his profession a
overlooked. Mr. Cox
phrased It like this
the fast-paced working of his outstanding mind : the state through the Florida Agricultural the Mlckler Building over the Service Citations were stylist l with Mayfalr ladle coats
"All these things will happen if If we presented to Paul Crews Vincent
Western Union Telegraph officeunder and suite. v
tailed, toy on his death bed. and men around Research Institute, and
view the predictions and the promise not as Jones, and V. B. (Sonny) Brown.
the world leaders and commoners alike predictions of course, our own Department of the management of C. H. -
and promises, but as challenges. Blackburn.
Agriculture. In rolling out
awaited the solemn word from a residence near pie or biscuit
In a nation that Is proud of its heritage of Theme of the National Safety Shirley L. Hadden, MD.. general dough roll lightly and do not
London's! Hyde Park that would mark the end of v
self-reliance and the Initiative, the acceptance of Council's campaign .ls "4 Keys to Fred W. Ivey. John L. Dwyer practitioner and general surgeon pram down.
an era and the end of an epoch. challenges "to be better than we are" might be Pesticide- Safety", Noting that It and R. H. Shackleford were pa*-' of Wild Rose WU.. will begin .
Winston Churchill wu more than a voice that is "the moral and In 1915 practice here next week and will
legal respondblllty fire
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expected to be as sure as daylight after dark singers a passenger To remove hot. moist air from
stirred men's souls. He wu more than a fearless of the user himself to exercise model Maxwell car driven by R. be located: In the former office: of sink, dishwasher,
Unfortunately, we are living In an era In range and din-
leader, more than a military genius more than a care in handling applyingand H. Shackleford from Jacksonvilleto Dr. Alex Klsh. ing area Install
which great masse of people expect all the challenges a multiple switch.;
writer with millions of words to hla credit more storing farm chemicals Including Macclenny and on to Lake City controlled forced exhaust
than a painter of seascapes. to be met by "the lovernment" with proper disposal of the the total distance 62 mile and Tom Cannon Sr. and Tom Can- A fan with a capacity higher system than

Winston Churchill was the last tie to the days. somebody else' money and energy. Too many empty containers," the Council running time three and one.half Mesdames George E. Alrth and I is needed to change the air In the
when people are willing to sit Idly and wait for golden cites these fact: hours on two gallon of gasoline. non Jr., owners of Cannon Duroc kitchen: three '
Brttanta ruled the waves and when the aun every: minute I*
,' plum Ut tU ta ttwVr 1.9e. Aporoxtmately 3.100 avoidably Farm of Live "
qsw ... err waas+v. \tM "M ana ann.tor 'II\> Oak. hr'.d! their first the most effective ]
almost a century.He The truth U that while the business world accident to children under five
becomes more and more subject to government year*of age are caused annuallyby 7940
was more than a leader
pugnacious offerIng -
his nation nothing more than blood and sweat regulation the strength of any government must carelessness with pesticides.Children Standing as mute evidence of
be based on the health of Its business community.If : most often come Into fatal automobile tragedies In Su-
and tears in her darkest day of trial. harmful contact with chemicals HOMES
He was more than a brash war correspondent government and business work together, the : because of adult negligence wannee County are small white FOR SALE
Oreat Society: ls Inevitable If government and crosses, placed along highway in
falling prisoner to, and then escaped from The number of
an economically
enemy prison during the Boer War. business fight' each other, only) a Olum Society: harmful kinds of Insect is 9.000- thla area by the local Elk Lodge 'No money down It you own your own lot. Two or

He was more than the scapegoat for a naval can result. and Increasing After three bedroom, completely furnished, ready to move

disaster In World War I Polk' three big industries phosphate, citrus Over 325.000 tons of) pesticides victory; for enjoying 14 straight the sweetness of In. Payments to fit any budget White or colored.

He was more than voice of courage and determination and cattle are examples of this thesis. Noneof are used yearly to control destructive wannee High's fast-stepping games Terrier su-- Have some houses completed for colored one block

when he promised his nation "to the three Is dependent on government hand Insects.: fouled themselves Into an west of Hunter Motor Co. in Lake City.

fight on the seas and the oceans, on the beaches out for I Its livelihood, yet each benefits from government Over 61000 pesticides are registered 18-20 defeat at the hands of

the landing grounds. In the fields. In the streets cooperation. for use In the U. 8. Madison Tuesday night at the Phone 752 759 Lake City
and in the hills," and adding "WE SHALL NEVER Favorable taxing policies have made It possible Farmer could suffer a substantial armory.; The boys kept the 1940 -
SURRENDER" for the phosphate industry to pour ten of economic loss It regulatory late clean with a 31-31: win. Box 868

In that declaration millions of dollars Into Its Polk county operations agenclea protecting consumer
and in the brave
state-
menu that followed Oovernnrent-supported research has helped find too much residue on their Rotarians heard the Rev Bill Office at 28 W. Railroad St.
the Battle of during the trim yean of citrus men to Improve both the quality and the crops from misuse of) chemical. HaUtead. Lake City Rotarian. in
Britain and through the "end e of a fine NEEDED white saleswoman
quantity of their crops. address at their weekly session or salesman and col-
the beginning" be typified Britain at her best Imperial Valley lettuce at ored saleswoman
The growers the Suwannee Hotel Mon or salesman to>> sell homes in the
screwworm. once the cattle Industry's
and her bravest in California hare been finding It day noon. Live Oak area.
England's "Finest Hour" was also his biggest threat was erradlcsted by a government- difficult to satisfy buyers' demands .

An anachronism from the moment of his financed project. for top quality shipments. -
birth he belonged to the days when knighthood Without the types of government assistance The trouble I* due to lack of skill

was in flower, but he would have made his mark listed above each of) these three great Industries among the domestic harvest
would be laborers recruited: for the work.
In any period of England's history. seriously hampered. But without the

As the last survivor of the top World War aggressive free enterprise to capitalise on the opportunities Indicate News reports the from Los Angeles
total
leadership he outlived his the Industries would be piddling small number of
time He lived to see workers may: be adequate. The
the Brltanla he loved shrink to only the tight potatoes Indeed. results, however are considerably WHY DON'T
little isle which The development of equally enlightened cooperation
once spawned the collossus of colonial leu favorable than those previously .
empires. among the Industries themselves will achieved: with experienced

He lived to see fulfillment of his grim warn ensure Polk county't continued prosperous growth Imported Mexican labor. >THEY PULL

bog issued at Fulton Missouri. -Polk County Democrat Bartow As a consequence, buyers are (DOWN' '

He lived to see the Free World that he struggled expecting produce prices to ad- THE
vance, at least unW more skill I Ia
so valiantly and
articulately to defend dwindle The War On DiseaseThree acquired by 'the Inexperienced t SHADESYEARS / -
away before the conniving of a new and godless ts
workers
on which: the
grower are
concept of world domination.Now diseases heart trouble, cancer and
- being forced
to rely If they expect
at last his golden voice .la stilled. The fog stroke reportedly are responsible for roughly <<: to get any part of their
and the mist has clogged Ms. troat and clouded Ms 70 per cent of all death In this country crop harvested

And authorities now think many thousands .

eyes.As be joins the others of the long line of heroes of those killers' victims could be saved each year

in the special Valhalla that free men reserve far through an adequate program of health educes I

those of a special breed of "first class fighting Uon and preventive medicine.That's Subscriptions

men" the the conclusion: of a Presidential
entire world cannot but feel a sense of Commission -
real and hea'7lou. recently reporting on the subject. Suuannte Democratlisted

There are all too few men of the Churchllllaa It propose .sUon-wide system of rtlonalmedical below .
mold born into this centers providing! the advanced medical are new subscrip AGO+ our
world
and even 90 yean Is lions and subscription renewedto narrow windows were heavily
too. short a span for those gifted with the glorious knowledge and technique now available only at the Suwannee Democrat from curtained

park of leadership that was his. medical university facilities hospitals and a relatively few other January IS to January t). and shaded. Tody with wall size picture windows


The cost would be auwable. some IS billion NKtV SUBSCRIPTIONS .. we live in a glass showcase. Our attitudes have

over a five-year period according to the com- Bull U Jonas, Bradford changedtoo
Prediction missions estimate Cordiality Unlimited Colum- on borrowing for
Performance* buOa, money worthwhile purchases and
Economist can Predict But so would the dividend In the alleviation Mr*. X. Bar din
and Hunter
poUUc1an8 Ft
Prom1le. but It tate farsighted. buatrreaamen can to of suffering and salvaging! of human resource I'ttrot projects. Stop at the Commercial Bank when you needa

-,,..-.Wake both the. prediction: and the promises come -Coco* Tribune Mr*. H. M. Howard. L. Q. loan.
1 Herbert Smith, Lake City
true.Tb4

Lake1aDd wu the essence of a speech made to the Cranbenrie: Grapes with high blood prossues. IVBSCaInIONl unwm

JJwlD1a dub CUrUa A. COIr vicepresidant .-ItcAnad New. UcAfester Oala C. M. WUkenon. Branford
of V-C Chemical Co. And Mr'M Cu, Gladys: P. oJne*. L. O.
M frequently doe, ha, put his finger Mrs T. J. KexoMn. U,O.
exactly
oa the heart of the problem of how to mate IUI"t Probably the mon God made woman last was Mm Drawdr. 0'Brien -j

" that the city of Sartor, the county of that He didn't want any advice while creating M. 8. ItcX maid. Miami COMMERCIAL BANK]

t Ute of Horlda and the United State oflierlet m; l ;".- O. $. Coast Guard Florida Power and Light Co.
arf up to the. bright coca B. Byrd Ftadlay. Ohio
Suture that. OF
seem tobeta O. C. BaA. Meaphl*. Tens --J LIVE OAK
, store for each of these
entitle
Mn W. P. Bell L. .
From Cartful driving pays dividend not to the 0.Un. LIVE
aty Ban OAK. PLQPinAPACE
to Capitol r
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Mary Brown Circle 1 Mitt Lambert Mrs Howes Club Here I and There

(9f9miet df f > Met With Mrs. Nobles Hostess Recently

January 19 tile Mary Brown The Farmerettes Extension Mr. and Mrs Jack White spent
Circle of the Advent Christian Homemakers met with Mrs Harry the week end In Tallahassee attending
Church met In the home of Mr. Howes on January M. the National Camellia
WOMeN Harry Nobles with Mrs. Oscar :: T4" ,,,, ___ Routine business was discussedand Show. Mrs. White served as a
Green presiding in the absence of chairmen selected: for the judge In the Artistic DivWon and
the chairman. coming year exhibited In the Invitational class.
The scrlpturt reading was given Miss Jo Harrison lave a demonstration Lt. and Mrs. Thomas T Hart
CLARA S. W WADSWORTH Society Editor by' Mrs. Otho Scott. on "Color In The and children Kimberly and
During the business meetlnc. Home" Trammell, of Albany Oa, spent
Mrs. Maml Sandlln, secretary Refreshments were served by' the week end with his parents.
Valentine Supper Barbara Smith and treasurer gave a report on the hostess. Mr. and Mrs Dennis Hart.

Planned By Golfers Circle MeetThe the clothing furnished a child at Mr. and Mrs. William Ross of Miss Charlotte Wsdsworth
Barbara Smith Circle of the Advent Christian Home In Milwaukee Wls., spent several! spent Friday evening here with
The women golfers of the Su- the First Baptist Church met on Cowling Park which was the cir Y 1I days last week In Lire Oak visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LouieC. ,
. wannee Country Club met at the January II with Mrs. Paul Byrd cles' project for December The his relatives. Mr and Mrs Wadsworth and left for Lake
club house last Friday with fifteen presided over by Mrs. James Long, members discussed future plans Curtis Gamble, Mrs. Margie Dam City Saturday' to spend the weekend
! members present circle chairman. for the new church building. Mrs. ble and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne with Miss Diane Bishop Both
I Following the covered: dish Community missions for the toy Poole general chairman Koss. Mr. and Mrs. Ross are .re Florida State students.
i luncheon and business meeting a month of January was announced stressed! the mUlsoas apoorUon- spending the winter In Florida. .
flag tournament was played with for .
u the distribution of promotional ment for the India budget
r NfL Frank Futch Br, winner.
March. Birth Announcement
materials advising of the evils of I
\ During the business meeting alcohol. Thursday February 23, Mrs. Blxter Clayton raft the Mr. Boatright .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Richardson
presided over by Mrs.Futeh.plans has been set aside as mission study missionary study ""I'ranaIonu1n.Lo. 1wk Club 1104lt't1l1 of Live Oak announce the birth ofa
I were made for a Valentine supper ..", i
night at the church.
to be given at the club house on Refreshments were served dur Mrs. Wallace Boatrliht president daughter Thursday, January
Mrs. W. R. Howes presented the
ai, In the Suwsnnee County Hospital. -
IS with planned enter- of '
the
&bruary 'Identifying The Issues"with Ins the social hour.Ilomemakera. Happy HomemakersExtension
program .
Jhment! followed by dancing Club was hostess for
Miss Frances Bperrtng. Mrs.Almeta The has been named Klm-
baby
-?;& T. McDowell social chair and presided over the meeting on
Swtn. Mrs. O. B. Dees,
r Jp.. announced the following Council January 13. bony Llnette Richardson. .
Mrs. Frank Johnson, and Mrs. The maternal grandparents are
5nmlttees: Mrs. Wrmsn Harvard Miss Ida Jo Harrison, home
Long assisting In the form of a Mr. and Mrs. J R. Seay of Lake
To Make PlansFriday
Met
8r, decorations: : Mrs. Barley panel discussion.. i demonstration agent, spoke to the
e 1r Butler.
vp'V
Brown entertainment: Mrs. Refreshments were served to January IT, the Suwannee group about the use of color In of
Mrs. Richardson is the sister
Randy Mal. food; and Mrs. LouieC. County Extension Homemakers / planning a decoration scheme for
the 10 members and one visitor ,
'
';W t ta' Mrs. Dale Bass of this city
Ucketa.
Wadsworth. present Council met at 9.00: p.m. at the home. .
Hostess for Friday's meeting the Suwannee Valley Kkctrto Coop During the short business meet
were Mrs. R. L. Brlnkman. Mrs. Building for the January lug the six members present heard Saucy Accompaniment
.
Alex McKetthen. and Mrs. Claude Lamar Bradley Voyles business meeting. yh, several committee reports and Dry curries take to "ssucy" accompaniments. -
Vice.. Mr and Mrs. L. B. Voyles of Mrs. Charlie Hunter. council made plans for the coming year. Curried fried
Pampa, Tei. announce the birth president introduced Miss Ida Jo Mrs. Raymond' Jackson received chicken for example, tastes dllihtful #-
of a con December 1.. Harrison new home demonstration the door prl... with a relish of diced
Annual Girl Scout The baby weighed n pounds agent to the council. siSoignee fresh orange, minced rtd onion
and three ounces and has been New officers for the year In addition and green pepper folded Into sour
Cookie Sale This Week d :ax
named Lamar Bradley Voyles. to Mrs. Hunter are Mrs. : : Will Return cream.
Troop 170 of the Live Oak Girl The aural! grandparents are E. A. Collins vice president; Mrs. "'' 4 Look for return of the soigne .
,. !lft.er 1
Scouts! started their annual Old Mr. and Mm. John Kotara Jr.. of A. J. Lord secretary-treasurer: ; ;. look for cocktails, made of a simple You can cut a meringue pie
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Scout! cookie sale Mondsy. January White Deer. Tec. Paternal grandparents Urs. Wallace Boatrlght, reporter: .. black crepe dress kmg-steevmi. cleanly by coating both sides of
tt. the sale. win run through art Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mrs W, J. Nipper. council '. .;:"...:: :-"' '. '" .f L.l, a black helmet hat with side bow. the knife slightly with 1 butter
January JO.On Voylea. W. 0. Live Oak. delegate.
Saturday the Scouts will Mr Voyles Is employed with During the business meeting
canvass the town for the cookie the Celanese Chemical Corporation plans were made for the medical The eagagvMestt ef Miss Beanie Pastime Larson, Tallahassee. ,
sate. of America. self help program the commissioner's .. Orally Mitchell T........Naples. to aueueei ky Is* partita.Mr. COMPLETE I
luncheon and the county sad Mrs WUllass Key Laa...... ......... Mr. Tawnsend Is
event day and dress revue. tike ... ef Mr.' and Mrs. lima Tewwend ef NssiM.Mb Plumbing and Electrical Supplies

: Lambert gradeaied town ........ High R hel la 111*. Plywood Cabinet Hardware

THREE BEDROOM HOMES Girl Scout Course She le sew esaa4r.d with the rrtee ef UM Slate Tnasartr and Tung Oil Paints
I...,...e C............

Brick Veneer One or Two Baths At Methodist\ Church: The future bride and toMrtrwai attended Lee College InCleveland.

__ A Olrl' Scout training course T.... After the wedding they win U,. .1st TaUakasMand Langford Builders Supply
... WIll be conducted here this wwk
FHA CONVENTIONAL
or ke win aHead panda State "1II"t,.
end at the First Methodist Churchby
\ '. Financing Mrs. Barbara Jones of OalnvsTUle. April SI Is the date art far UM wHdlag .. Ue Charts ef CM IUIvMtf It, ..&. obese US-MIS
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT .. snack Btrtet la T..........
The ll-bour orientation course
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. "ill begin at the church Friday' '
January 9at 1:00 pjn. and
SELECT YOURS NOW win last until 10:00.: The second
phase of the study win be held
Contact from ION: .... until lied; pjn.Saturday Suits by
with the remainder of : <.f
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W. G. MULLINS the orientation given Sunday
AU mothers etsmlnc for nw
Brownie and Junior troop art .. .
Phone 36Z4057 Suits d.
and '
urged to attend as are leaden .
committee members.


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the tl... .r u.. flnt poblinetlo..f this to-wlti ( .. driven welder, ....... ....... Idered.. Tk Beard of Coanty Commit.ntonar .
Wheeler Perry Daniels New Owner Last Rites ForPennington lIolle.. Tw 'opl. ., ..... slobm' or d.. m, Tfcre. (1)( ) ... ....n. shall .b* .In .rlll... ..ni akall eta.. which ar* d......... aa follow. neat but Individuate may not operate i I cad all klda and to wahr '_UII.. and
Funeral Home the time. of rold.ne..n4 post effleaddrett On <1) Chevrolet.. aerial. .... tko oanlpment ........ of th. Cant .. re-dvertlee. and .. award th* bid hiI
of th* lalmint, aid shall bt her. YSA5SAICOOn. /. Yard) Final payment met bo certified. I the beat Interattt. of a._".. Cants
Funeral Services DsnleJs of the At worn to kr tht tlalrnant., Mm went, .. '1) Chtvrolet, aerial numberIBflAlOem. by the Clerk of tk. Board to tko' CountyEnftneor .Florida. Envelope eonulatar the blda
1. owner
B.
attorney mat aetompinled by a flllnM without dumping before equipment may .b* removed. J. B. Daniels Funeral Home at ( ot on* dollar mat ouck shim or M hodf and without other part. Cool ., title transfer matt MOTHER USED: DUMP TRUCES AND
this week mind not. so lied thai) h. void On. (1) International., tarlal born by the ,........ No blda ......) !: EQUIPMENT TO BE: OPEN.
Held' WednesdayWheeler Live Oak announced Wellborn MondayFuneral OPAL M. BUTTS ..a..... 8B-1SKSO-K. .. after. the tlm. and data. .,..1110" or ED Febnnry. U.."
that he had purchased Daniels Ai admlnlitntor of the Etta. .. k. On (I) peal Milter ...olln. .n- received without dtpoalt will .ke ..-' ....?
He of W. C. Betts .1.. known at
Perry 82 who grew to Funeral Home In Branford. serlvces for Cevera Clrte Butt. donated
manhood In this city and graduated said that It Is his desire to give Pennington. resident of Wellborn $4.n

from Suwannee High School, Branford and surrounding territory since childhood were held at the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. wrwJPPO

died in the VA Hospital at Lake the same good service he Wellborn Baptist Church Monday IN' AND FOR SUWANNf pC.OU8'l\'i'
FLORIDA
City Sunday afternoon at 215 p.m. has rendered' In Live Oak. January 25 at 3:00: p.m. IK RKi Th. Ettit of

following a lengthy Illness brought Floyd Roberts of Live Oak with the Revs. Johnnie Hutchin- LOIS EVELYN PARKER BISPHADefeated.. Nny

on by a stroke suffered the latter will take over as manager of the son W. H. Gray. Charles Four- NOTICE TO_ CREDITORS -

part of last year. funeral home In the near fu- acker Arthur Koon and N. W Claim T* Alfc.d.iWo-or Demando; an Aiala.t* .Penoee; :Sold-.1.Eelat.

Perry has a host of relatives lure Vause officiating: .1an1n .aek of you are herokr not e FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS:
,.
B of Florida required t*> pretent soy doles
and friends In this city. He was Pennington a native -
and domandi which yen or eltker o'
born in Worth County, Oa., but died Saturday at the local hoe you may hue aialrat, the Kittle of LITTLE ADS
... FOR SALE New and wed
Plan -
Cub Scouts Lola Evelyn Parker Blepham. ,
Oak short illness.
came to Live while a young pltal following a FARMERS
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late of sold County, t.o th County tail pianos Frier Music Co. North
He was a meat cutter at 8u of ......... County Florida, at hla .r. :MONEY for your farm operations
ster.At Initiation CeremonyCub BIG RESULTS Ohio Ave.. Live Oak. 382-218
and Ice In the Court Hou.. of ..Id County
the time of his death he was wannee Packing Company .. at reasonable cost Termsto
nt Live 0. Florida, within) il (III caJJ tt
engaged in maintenance work Scout Pack 86 will\ meet tonight held membership in the Wellborn sounds month from the tfcn. of tho I fit your needs. Loans up to

with the State Road Department (Thursday) at 7:30: pm. at Baptist Church. .101"tint, poklleatlon or demand eh.ll of Ohio.b. la notice.writing Gab:. I.. BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE FOR SALE: An sizes of tar-j 7 years. Can North Florida Production

and was a member of the Methodist the local Elks Lodge. Survivors include the widow luvllcat. and shall Hate. th* plat* o, p.ullIna.lUUanteed not to Credit Assn. 8. Ohio
Church.: For the past 11 years Several youngsters are to be Mrs. Orace Pennington Well meldsores.. d po.. office. .01...... of thoalolm. Whatever the purpose JOB win Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ tt Are. Live Oak TeL 362-2S88. ,
"" and ahall b* swore to by the w abetfVIBrr
he had lived in Jacksonville. Initiated Into the pack at this born; a daughter Miss Caroline lalmant.. hla afoot *r attorn*?, and find Democrat claBBlfiods .e

Funeral services were held here time. Troop 369. sponsored hereby Pennington.\ Wellborn: and a ay tuck. elalm. *r ., ... not *o filed the Job. quickly and well FOR BALE Tobacco plants

Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: p.m. the First Methodkt Church brother A. J. Pennington. Jasper hall b. void.a/ Billy Slap Ch..t"'." Kicks N. C. 95. Government Inspected. ANNIE BEAUTY

at the First Methodist Church will perform the ceremony in full Serving as active pallbearerswere I al-. Mubn Parker. Ch..th.. Call 3621059. Raymond Machine machtneiess. and :

with the Rev. Spivey Brabham Indian dress. Blake Lowe Louis Berry U-ll c..i&.lio.--- Jackson. pdJJ 39-4 wave permanents given

officiating Interment was In the The public Is invited to attend Jake Skeen. Alvo Curl Bob Edwards DEADLINE FOR INSERTION raters Annie H. Mills _
IN THE COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE FOR SALE 20 tons Pensaco tie Mills and
City Cemetery with Suwannee the ceremony. and George Walters Honorary IN AND FOR SUWANNEE' : COUNTY. 8:99 PAL TBesday Bahia hay in bale $20 per ton Mary
FLORIDA.IN Boatrlght. Manicurist
Funeral Home of Live Oak In pallbearers were Thuraton .
kit J. W. Wallace phone 362-247 Sanford at Annie's each '
charge of arrangements. Survivors Include the widow McLeran Henry Croft Sam God- KELLY WEAVER. AEA LOW RATE FOR RESULTS pbJJ 36-3
HENRY KELLY WIIAVER.DrCEASED. day, Friday, and Saturday.eaaltf.
Mrs. Lonnie Meyer Perry of Jack bold Murray Williams and Dewey I

Last Rites For sonville; his mother. Mr. Addle Deese. NOTICE OP FILING PETITION 3% cents per word with& a FOR SALE A built-in ru
Live Oak five brothers Interment was In the Wellborn FOR FINAL DISCHARGE minimum .f $1.90. 30"< I
Perry ; Notice I S. kereby liven that I h.... range and a cabinet style
John Harvey Loy and C. J. Perry Cemetery with the 'James B filed my petition far final dl........ aAdmlnlatratrlz electric range. Call 3112.2321.
of the Guar (All elasnjfleds mast b* paid In ANY TYPE ;
of Kelt
Mrs. Brannan
DanIela Funeral Home of Live _
all of Live Oak and Thomas 36-3
Weaver aka. Henry Kelly Woo,..'. Do. advance.) H. W. Weaver. cbjj -
Perry of Jacksonville; six sisters Oak In charge of arrangements. Mated, and will aptly I* the Count MEMORIALWORK I
Mr*. Nadine Brsnnsn 41 ".... ., Sawanae County, Florida, otk TREES Peach ,
Mrs Erie Rees Live Oak Mrs: lltk dar of February. lies. for a*. FOR BALE .
former resident of this city, died R. L. Anglln. Moultrte. Oa. Mrs. prove for final dlaehario. .. Admlnla ONE WEEK FREE (May Oold and Suwannee). t
at her home In Jsckaonrllle January tratrU of ..Id rotate. dogwood. .
Lillian Jolly. Sumner, Oa., Mrs. Public Notices MAY H. WEAVERAdnlnl.tr.tds Classifieds ordered for five pear. plum. fig pecan. '
20 following a lengthy mneSl.l"uneral Orace Bradbury St. Augustine of the Eitate of redbud. pine, Chinese elm. DONE
service were held In Kelly Weaver akn Henry Kohl weeks ran the last week frc*. -
Mrs Lou Baker Jacksonville and magnolia, and Japanese purple
the chapel of Key-McCabe: South- Mrs. M. 8. Willis, Pompano IN THE COURT Of THE COUNTY 11... Weaver, Doeenaed. $.... will pay for a 21 word magnolia. FRM Feed Store. Granite, Marble. Bronze

aide Funeral Home January 22 Beach. JUDGE. SUWANNEI COUNTY advertisement for five weeks. phone 362-2135. pdJJ 36-4 Phone 362-3333
rLOBIDA. IN PRO.ATLIN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR U. Svwannc Democrat CUaoJ-
with the Rev. William F. Askew Active pallbearers were Jeff RKl: P.t.t..f TRADE NAME LAW LIVE OAK
pastor of the Arlington Height McKelthen. Dan Stalner. Howard W. C. BUTTS nit. ktewa a* TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN fled for Proven ReralU.
CLYDB BUTTS. Noun' I Ie hereky airs. tkal the naderItned MONUMENT CO.
Baptist Church offlclstlnc.: ta- Wright Harley Brown John Cannon Deeeate punueat lo th* ffctltloal ..... Repossessed
terment wu In Chapel HIUaMemOl' T. AD Croolten mm* P__. Having ." ",.. Ckipter 10.11. or Beetle sow Homer Sanford R.p.
and :Mahone Rees. Clalcna or Doaunoe Af alott' SaW &... ., ft. Florida. ...t.... 111. will ........ JUST TAKE UP PAYMENTS
: )' Gardens. Serving as honorary pallbearerswere Von sad ash ., rn are ........, noli.rie4 with. the Clerk of Ik. Circuit Court I. FOR RENTA
Survivors Include the husband sad required t. preterit tar eUI'"i and for Suwanne Conatr. Florida, opus $3 Per Week
Holmes John
Carl Perry Hearn ... .."' ...... which. p... or either of receipt of proof ff pubHotloa of Ibis.
U Brannan; three sans a notice' the flrtltloai ..
Eford Harrell. Joe Sharpies J. mar hav* of name O. .NtLIVE
t."c" :f'T nice house for sal and a nice ALL 4 RMS. FURNITURE
step-dsucnter. two sisters, four BUTTS OAK. WELDING WORKSnder FOR
Marvin\ Phillips W. L. Tedder J.
BUTTS defeated 1.1..5 said Count. whlck we will _.... hi .baalm .. 2-bedroom place in town forent. ft APPLIANCESWe
hslf-slsten. three brother In- ....... ......... ..
D. Henry Ned De ,aI. Leon Mc. lo .t. Count Jadct of Sawtanee County. w..po.t to In RESERVE LIFE:
clodlnc Coat Carter of Live Oak Donald. Walter How.... Dr. Joseph Florida. at kla office In. St.. *eartkoate l.lv. Del Florida. sad ear ...._* I* E. Call 362-2935 or 963-2743 have a houseful of furnishing
and three of ..1., Couatr at Uv 0... FloraHe. Conner Bt. I cajj tf that must be sold immediately:
half-brothers. Davis, and Parkhill Hopkins wit kla ill ealoadar ...th. Crete Th. mteat of ._.n"'", let INSURANCE COMPANYOne
WARREN!!: DOWNING M* You need NQ MONEY DOWN
RENT for mobile
FOR Spaces
JACK WOOD If *
n..., .hl..".__ .._.h .--r... ...._ J.sor_ _..._ _n. homes. Plenty of room. Nice Just make payments due In Jan.
..... 1965. Consists of a beautiful LTVma -
WARREN: DOWNING and clean. Good well water. SUITE high pile frieze covering of Florida's oldest legal reserve R
NOW AT YOUR JACK WOOD Lake for fishing and swimmingMorgan's U'f- companies specializing in
reversible cushions |
11.15Nod .
Trailer Park ,US 90 hospital, medical. surgical income
,. Of ,...11e Hearlnf Oaj QveellaoOf West Live Oak Florid Phone lag room tables 2 living room protection and a full line of ,
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGEThe E........ O< Real Property No lamps floor carpeting 7 pc. BED- .'
Needed. For Cemly .Parae.ee For. Real 363-3016. pcfdj 19-19 ROOM SUITE double dresser life Insurance coverage U planning
-- To i Be Aeonared an extensive expansion
Por.Cooatp Pdrveae* fOR RENT 2-bedroom downstairs muter size chest of draws., full prooeIram
Nolle b hereby .1".. that Ik*- Board and will recruit a limited
Is of County Coramlcilonere .. .. apartment and 1-brd- size bookcase bed with sliding
Time Here of II. "" number of men to complete our
County, Florida., will hold a pvklla bar room upstairs apartment. Cal panels. FAMILY SIZE DINETTE .
Ink ., 11:00 ......k A. M on the lad tf formica 6 BUNK staff.
362-2208. cajj with top. PC.
day of. February. ins nt wkkk' time l.,ppllcani must be ever 21 and
lb. aall Beard of County Commlealon.r BED SET that will convert Into
will' .... u, sod .....Id.. tke fol. FOR RENT 2-bedroom furnished beds deluxe size RE under 55 years of age.
family
19th ANNIVERSARY owing itated. ._""'''. and.' If aaldrepetition house at Suwannee twin 2.Must have a burning desire to
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la approved. pet* t. adoptreaolntlon FRIOERATOR. Full Size rang
t .. 207 Helven- earn $50 a day with our day old
a tarry. tk Mm I.t. of.ert. Springs Apply at Originally sold $7.5j .

To to-wlti........* lid tenvee a etrn> ot ston St. or phone 383-2(33. qualified leads.
Wad Ik fee wi'"* tU* tke Mouth taU U NOW ONLY 3.$.32". monthly guaranteed

SvCash; Discount Sale" ode etotp of altartk too NEIL. Mink also M.a.II ef fee lit.REM. FOR RENT Newly decorated $265 earnings to those who qualify

: of Section 1 II. Towntklp t with a potential,, .of $800 to I
Boutk. Kant II T.a.t. wklrk. sold apartment. Close In. Call 363 Any part may be purchased sep $1900 per month.
I* foot of .Inad. .
atrip Ito Board of
County r...."' 10.......* of Suwanne* 2714. Mrs. P. D. McMullen. arately. Ask for McKlnnry 4. Men selected will\ be given office .
County, .Florida, ....1..4 on ...- cajjt Furniture." and field .

Jan. 20 Thru Feb. 13 Kublla teenber:: rood Sink 4. sold Bond rlint for,. ,and.Ik war. *m nurpoeo*for>.....tke(of. FOR RENT An unfurnished 4- $3 Per Week Company training personnel by eiperienced

Including weekend
th...,.., t* anojalr from T. A. Row. room apartment with 2 baths schooling in
aid III and kit wife, Ven B. Raw. front and rear private entrances NATIONALFURNITURE points located either In Florida
and appreprial deed a strip
of :1..a.toe wMo name Ike Get and a 3-room furnished WAREHOUSE or Oforlta.I. .
Pay For All Your Needs Now half of Beetle' |f. Tewniklp I .Automobile necessary _
Spring apartment with private bath
.....t". ..... It Lost for pukll 3632 Beach Blvd. FL B-2S61 Those
road hiss and and entrance 705 8. Ohio Are selected must begin Immediately
purpotee Mine .
Open dally 1-'. Sat. .. Sun 12-
wker* tk. Rocky. Slob Road le now 362-137S .
Take Delivery At Your ConvenienceSEE located, and whoa It kae keen. .... Can after 7pm. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 7.The
men selected at this time
..... for tae last poet year orpetal cabf tl
.- Delivery Anywhere will within 30 days be placedIn

iho Asp..=.oalolood Stein.. M bt to Oh.hard sold' sea p FOR RENT 3-room furnished C 38-3 charge of nearby branch offices .

YOUR or prop oltbo will b* heard at. ,It. apartment. private entrance I: u managers.For .
taM' lime. mile on Branford Road. Call SALE LAFAYETTE: 2 confidential Interview fill out
Tkla Ith day of January. 1551. FOR -
Board tf Cant d..nt.slos. 362-2313 after 2 p.m. way ClUsfn Band radio. Anten and mall coupon below. If you

: Farmers Mutual Exchange ef By Biiwtnnee Lavaurtn Cwnly.A. ..*...Fk.>.rtd. pbjj 36-37 na and all wiring system In- feel It necessary, you may: submit
Clerk personal resume along with
".n ROOMS FOR RENT Located eluded. Mounts on any car or cou
truck. Contact Sammy Burnet pon.
conveniently down town. Parah-
N. Ohio Ave Live Oak, Florida SALE CALL OP. FOR EQUIPMENT all' ? Icy House phone 363-2128. or call 363-IUi after 8 pjn.paJ3. I

Boated. hid will bo received k. Ik* cdJJ 37-4 )
Board of Ceualy Commlecloner* of ... Name
Patronage Refund On Fertilizer
In 1964 . 11.5% _... Count Florida nt Me retrain
fOR RENT 3-room furnished\ FOR SALE: I oil floor furnace
,lea of axeetlnf at tko Tempororf
Patronage Refund On Feed In 1964 .' . . 11.5% ....... C...,,, Conrtbooto In LJ.eOak apartment utility room screened 2 windows with framta. 12 window I Street Address. :
aatll AMon .I
Florida lit** UClock
Patronage Refund On MUce Items In 1964 7.5% Ik* B toad dty *. Footer A D. porch. 2 entrances Adults screens. 3 aluminum window I City & State.TeU 1
. IMI al wkkh time nod) .... all kMe.. only. North aide apartment at awnings. 1 1951 Ford pick.

for will tke b'* ptklwly followlnc detertbed eaed" sod read oiulpmenl.fclVB aload. 313 White Ave. :Mrs. T. P. Dete- up. and 1 1957 Cadillac Can No

gal Phone 362-1767. cajj 37 362-1136. paJJ n Age '


fOR RENT Furnished house FOR BALE t International

and a furnished apartment on Harvester 1-row corn snapper I

West Fifth St. can 963-3633. In excellent' condition" used Write:

pall n my llttlt. Easy: terms avail Personnel Director
able. Can 362-293. P. O. Box 10475
after S pa.
LADIES 5cShoe Sale call U Tampa Florida' ;

For Slt>-RwJ Estate ry.- c 37

FOR SALE 1 M John Deere

tractor good condition. tiller

FARMS HOUSES and fortifier distributor. Fuco HELP WANTED

ACREAGE LOTS Chemical Co.

P PAtT. A. BYRD 3632093.CdJJ 37-41 WAITRESSES WANTED :Must

I 2 FOR THE PRICE OF | PLUS 5c ..gb>tet.*. Real EnUU BrvAtf USED :MACHINE BALE: Used be ever 21. Apply In person between -

the hour of 9-13 aai. at ;
OFFICE: 406 8. Ohio
Ave
Blum portable, start at t* 94. Holiday Ina Restaurant Lake ;
Phone 363-13W Anger Co.. Lake city Fls CanT534061. City. tf
caej
LIVE
OAK. FLORIDA cab U

Bay aM 80 Wit CMfloV** CURB KELT WANTED NOW.

Buy' one pair at regular price cabj C Ages 1$ to 40. Apply In versos

WANTEDWANT A W Drive In. cajj U
FOR SALE
10 ACRE: FARM, fenced 3-bd- Men to good health minimum
and get the second pair of room horn*. 2H mites from Ltvt TO BUT ova War education SIB grade age 31 to

Oak words, rifles and pistols from ... C'Gntanhe Personnel Department ;

..' cIVmt to poor condition. at Sunland Training ;

,,41"j. equal value for 5c. 40 ACRES WOODLAND' Doing to North Florida Oun Center. P. O. Box 1154. Otnvvflle. ;

and Supply Shop lit N. Ohio Florida. clfj 37-44 ;
I I ACRE: IIOUESrXX highway A..-. Live Oak pdJJ 34-M
frontage I "" i i WA1frE-Ent: class brick lay :
'*m m
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m* mmm
era at D. & Post OffIce In Lice :
:MODERN 3-bdroom home brick For Sl
\ > -AntomotlT
Oak. Oeorg E. Jensen Contractor
ENTIRE FALL & WINTER veneer nice location Urms. tno. Apply at Job. We :

:MODERN 3-b droom homa. II FOR SALE: 1-1943 QWTTO.H. U are) an equal opportunity eocajj :

terms Ton Ptd.tppnw. |t.SM I Iofft. U
i T. J. FieUhrr Jr.. OVrtm.

STOCK INCLUDED For tnformaUoa caD Phone |-312tX eaJJ U WANTED Waltresawtx Apply BlDUki ;

. PAUL. BYRD I- arUL eJJ U ,

I : 4M South Ohio At*. FOR SALE 1951 Jeep, 4-whl ,
WANTED: AT ONCE Orffl .. *. ;
Red Cross. Cobblers Live dare
Joyce and many Oak. wee tweet eutstdc
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COMPANY Floridaccntf oats.. doon. good teeth MW Apply ta penon Farmers Drt** : \

OARS' others. All title new paint 14300 la. Jasper Rlchwar.' ITS 12*. ;
PIRIIf sizes well ash
\\0' SSPAavMINT OTSRO represented.
( FOR SALE IRa room boos on L. a Bagrvttn phone N3-nM. Horta. ecU $-n .;

i Widths four tots.. H block hlchway on 053,37 WANTED foroHetali :
r from AAAA B. X BvaoUdnM
to
SHOE DEPT : two aid**. Contact W. M. lain -
.. o.... IRk1i. ,solar ,k 4.t.:...dip. '. DowUag Park. Phone MS-lTCX. BOOB *t Bea ty. AffXTta i

, 'I' '-' peW U-M 4 OfflM ."... ..) person between th* bows of .

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Junior Women Boy Ranch Receives Open House To Powder Puff Football Allhrittons Back From New Hours AnnouncedBy O'Brien Teachers I

Appreciation DonationThe Game h Retcheduletl Trip To Mexico City Regional LibraryA Attend MeetingsFive I

Endorse MoneyFor Florida Sheriffs\ Boya Be Held TodayBy The powder-paff footbaH Jesse M. and Hubert P. Allbrlt- change la evening hoars O'Brien teachers attendeda
Ranch Is richer by $35t doe to game between senior girls and ton have returned Live Oak was announced this week for mid-winter conference of the
the custom ef Sheriff Duke Me- mothers has been re-Mheduled afteP a trip to Mexico City where the Snwanne River Regional department of classroom teachers
Facility Calllster not making a charge New FirmMr. for Saturday, February 1. at they participated In festivities Introducing Library I held January 21 at the J. R. E.
for his service la preparing and 7SI ...... on the Snwannee the new line of farm The library will be open onWednesday Lee High School at Starke. Those
Members of the Live Oak Junior serving feeda. and Mrs. Robert D. Drake HUh School football field tractors and !Industrial and con evenings from 7:11 attending from.O'Brien were Mrs

Woman's Club have Joined Back hi December the genial have opened a self-service ticket The event, part .f Ole senior struction equipment of Massey- ..... until 9:10: p.m. rather than Rita Brown. Mrs J. J. Haynes.
with other groups In the state In sheriff prepared and served five operated laundry in the 7-Eeven class plan to raise find for the Ferguson products the firm operated .n Monday evening as has bern and the MUMS O. B. Calhoun
urging that action be taken by moats for personnel here for the building on South Ohio Ave t'.... trip this spring, was poM- here by the Allbrlttons the cam previously and O. L. Young.
the IMS State Legislature pro showing ef New Idea Farm Drake's Laundry has both wash. pored dee t* Inclement wrath.Cr. handle Attending a classroom teachers ..
vide the funds with which to establish Evnlpment Company's new tine era and dryers operating with The brothers operate a farm Cynthia Ann Guile meeting at Orlando Friday was
the Children's Psychiatric: tickets only and coin operated business Fifth Un
of farm fachlnery. When asked machinery on Mrs Ruth ton. This conference -
Center authorized by the 1959 his charge fee his services. Me- machines are available for acquiring Street, across from the Suwannee' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oude of was held st Jones High
session.Legislators. CallMer... he had never tickets, making change! Nursing Council County Hospital, under the firm Live Oak announce the birth of a School.
agreed to establish charged for such events and dry cleaning, washing, and obtaining name of Allbrltton Brothers Tractor daughter Saturday, Jan. 23. In Theme of both meetings was
such a facility In Florida In 1959 bleaches and detergents. Company. the Suwannee County Hospital. ",ruaroota of the
the same policy would prevail Holds teaching profession
have Ignored requests at every House will be held today' Meeting She has been named Cynthia
but for New Idea. Open They said they were Impressed and plans for the diamond
session since that time that an (Thursday) for the public to become Ann Oude.The
This week the sheriff received with their compan) new products Jubilee".
The SUwannee Home
County maternal
appropriation be made to build acquainted with Live Oak's and enjoyed the sights In grandparents are All teachers beneficial
a chock made U the orderof Nursing Council met reported : -j
center. Advisory Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Croft and
and The operate local club the has adopted the appreciation the Ranch as his a ambiance donation In Inpreparing newest An Interesting business. feature of this Tuesday, January 19?In the Blue Mexico. the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Interesting.meetings.. I,

following resolution new laundry Is the electronic device Room of the Suwannee Hotel and Mrs, A. J. Oude. all of this
and serving the five
\ WHEREAS. There la no state meals. that prohibits tickets from Mrs. Loulae McKtlthen newly Installed Fifth Sunday Sing city. Gloria Calhoun Crocker
Inpatient facility for the care another laundry being used In Its president, presided over At Suwannee
and treatment of the psychotic machines the meeting. Springs Sportsmen who operate an airboat Winner At O'Brien
Birth AnnouncementThere's i During the business meeting The annual Suwannee County for hunting or fishing must I! I
vt under the age of twelve. The Drakes Robert D. and Gloria' Jean Calhoun has been
Joy In Washington Sandra, come here from Miami the group voted to told the February Filth Sunday Singing Conventionwill first obtain a permit from the named winner of the 1965 Betty I
\nEAS. and Live Oak at the' meeting In Branford. The be held January SI at the Oame and fresh Water Fish '
The Florida Legl Jacksonville: and reside on Southeast Day St. Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 1
Id establish a Children'sSktrle birth of a son. Wayne CollinsFowler a council: alto voted to buy nursing Suwannee Baptist Church at Su Commission Award at O'Brien High School.: '
/ Center In 1959. under to Mr. and Mrs. A. Wayne supplies and textbooks needed by wannee Springs. The event will She scored highest 11a writ- 'I 1 J j
lumber 394JO. but failed toproprlate Fowler. The father is serving as Anna Miller Circle the county health nurses. begin at 10:00: am. Baler Dayton. Janice Clayton ten test and li now eligible to '
i funds with which to legislative assistant to Congressman Met Monday NightThe Mrs. Frances Hopkins( social Dinner will be served on the Mr. and Mrs. Walt Crawford and participate: on state and national '
and Don Fuqua. work supervisor was guest speak grounds and an Invitation to all I'
build or operate said Center I Circle held Sabra Crawford. contests.
Miller ;
This Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Fowler Anna er at the meeting and spoke on singers to attend has been Issued.
WHEREAS. appropriationhas their business meeting Monday the hospital program through a. _________________ __________ __ ____ _____
of this the
been brought up for action at city are paternalgrandparents the Elks Lodge with 13
night at
every Legislative Session since of the youngster public assistance.Other Klinberly) llonnouth
members preterit.
1.51. with no further action being and Mrs. A. H. Perry, also of Live guests at the meeting
Browning, president Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hormuthof
Mrs Elmer
Mrs E. 1C Hamilton
taken. Oak., is the paternal great-grand were Mr. BACK IN BUSINESS
announced that a new certificate and Mrs. J. B. Daniels and Mr. Live Oak announce the birthof
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED mother.
: has been purchased for a daughter Monday Jan. II. i
and
Fowler Is the former An-, Mrs. Bill Msuihan.
THAT the Live Oak Junior lira. Chil
Anna Crippled In the Suwannee County hospital .
the Harry
'
The
next regular meeting of the I
Woman's Club go on record as ona Collins of Jacksonville.The dren's Home In CnutlUa. council will be held Tuesday >b- She has been named KlmberyBvonne We have about finished repairing our shop from
youngster arrived January
A committee was appointed to Hormuth. flood damage and are now ready to serve you ajaln.
ruary 11. In Branford at a placeto
11. weighed In at It pounds, one
draw up plans to redecorate the be announced later. The maternal grandparents are Bring us your welding and repair work.
and measured 33 Inches
USE ounce : ball room. On this committee are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. dude also of
long. i Mrs. Joe Davis. Mrs. Sam Koff. Live Oak. We have plenty of field gated and heavy weed

FUCO and Mrs. Bin Maughan.A Community WieleBrotJlf'rhoocl choppers in stock
supporting the request of the Interim report of the by-laws committee l Mert Here And There
FREE One school bun body to that will
Legislative Committee that was given by Mrs. Robert anyone
I Brand appropriation be mad. for theChildren' Tuttle. The circle: voted to accept A community brotherhood Mrs Charles Warren ind son, 1 remove the contents and move it at once, All
meeting will be held at the First Chuck and Mrs. Jtssle Brannon
Psychiatric Center. the recommendation of the committee glasses and doom good.
Methodist Church: tonight
returned Uve
to Oak last Thursday
The above resolution was adopted and to have the by-laws
InsecticideFOR Thursday) at seven o'clock.A after spending several days
by the Live Oak club on January printed Into a booklet for mem
meal will be served at eight
with Mm. Warren's parents Mr
14. INS was signed by Mrs. ben use. A& members were asked P. D. McMULLEN
and a program "Goodwill In.dut.rl. and Mrs. Claude Curlier of Cocoa
8. A. Wilson of the
Jr. president to help bring the year book up "
.. will follow. Attending the Rlngtlng Brothers .
BEST RESULTS club, and attested to by Mrs. to date by furnishing the necessary All men art Int&&td0 this Circus: In Jacksonville: Satur.1 E. Howard St. Live Oak. Florida
Danny B. UcCrtmon. the club'sleattary. information pictures and
community-wife meet. day afternoon were Mr .
newt rtMUes of the past year and ._ \
to turn all Information Into Mrs.
,

t Maughan.The meeting historian.was closed with a 10 BIG DAYS I i iI

Check Our Ability To Server prayer by Mrs. Bill Rawta. I
IUctIIIw '
... Hostesses for Monday's meeting ]
were Mrs. Jack Barrett, Mrs. Virgil I I II

You BETTER..And Our Smuts, and.Mrs.,. BUI Rswls JAN. 28 I thru IHL 1 6 I i ,


Happy Clover d-11ub COUGH COLD SPECIALS Jl MOMrtMU 4Mi 2to M Ihnrleaeuulnss ......,.. .n

BETTER Prices Before You Buy! Has Varied Program .... 9.*>MMM ,.. hilt.MOT tain ......""., .!1 MpM/lhcutnrWsuillNEf. I.It \..

The Happy Clover 4-11 Club at neat ** hji .. M Nuir Mill. M 2hr JK is rat Inds seas. em .i$3.

IRRIGATION PUMPS PIPES SYSTEMS pine View School met January MM MI man to mn "In .II ,a Mint-.ctUII1Nt 7 ox 2.. ,WHMummanmiMimnma. IauNW9UflNielbespelel, M.1JI' 2te1jM ,
19 with II members present JM ISM MU IMUntM MUM If ..At Ito ..
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w aerate............ .***wfat 1 to jll. .
MECHANICAL TRANSPLANTERS Margaret Taylor Debbie ted Black the and devotional June- tH MMMMlMKMtoMKIl' ..% .It st NepessMll/Yn %*... Mtt *to .u .....MII""" .,...........". /MAY. ,

GUARANTEED USED TRACTORS McCutlera: and the flag pledges. JM sWUMMMMCMhilsajsnllitIK .II ss .....1Wt... ...........IU. ....W...... 2.49 .
MM live 1.11 .--lilt. 2M .41 ...IM IUM .... .
BURCH PLANTERS During the business session It MI Miiuru MMun AI ..1'. .. MSI ** w*
"M*."I II* SS MlMf.l IMIM n
.It JlirfcutrNoMifcfinnrmMaioi
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HIM Mtf to INUI II M.Jl
JM UM
was decided to hold a brownie) a tlK.hart
eN pgew 1 Ml oat "k .efUH4 I tIM
GENUINE FORD PARTS sale In April and plans to participate UM Ml MM to UIIII..K At Jf Ben Legit) irurerrskq" 1r2'r .II .1',.,.N I' Mi .

NEW FORD TRACTORS in county events day March !Ii..ll HMNMtfUaMt Ir..Q. Zto 31rasie

17 were discussed ,IM uMimatna I* 1,11 AI.. MfreHnoxi in 2 to ..41IM SOT COUPON MS
SPECIAL Six (Razor Blade) Plow Share Program time featured demonstrations M mMMMMiMMff in hit'" MottMTomrMn M-.I..u.
by Renee Ollmore and .OnUION1&&
NM* taMMlMMMNMII. .
M met.,.*fume meant .... 2to.l 4 a.ji
Price of Five .,
For Alleen Avery on how to fix a hobo wm MUM 2 jnJl
lunch and Drbble Knight and Jf MeiflMUIIMHU-MMw LM" 2 w J7 INHMHWIMir. .....tI4 sa 2 ,., Jl 1 EYEBROW
Darlene Chambllss on mealtimefor .. ... eerie wIb w. 2.If
-Best Service In Town- nttle folks. FAVORITE TOILETRIES EYELINER
Lynda Wsrd. the club's junior lWVvWW? i ,
Ji toueMOMiMt j.,-|. 2 h, J4 PENCIL
leader, discussed how to plan.
2. 1.GO'
Ian Irueul ewe IIIIIUIIf r
prepare and give demonstrations WATCH TOW MONEY GlOW MM Unit*
SUWANNEE VALLEY and used posters to Illustrate her M MUM MSSNMI |M'"l2lOr M l.nw m> (txtUi.:
remarks. TrMdwMt lei renaen even eel mgt ws...t-Ist Z flit 1.H' S.** >. ..iPi

Miss Jean Meadows, assistant PIGGY I. MMKMf Ml germ h2(0f' IJO .-..

TRACTOR CO. home agent, showed a film strip BANK .. ..M Mnaof men Mm MM owe JQ .....,.,.... 9
titled, five mails mirrors on .. 2 1.00 Y.
I M MMBtst West s sew tie flit
Phone 362-1721 Live Oak and hair care. 121 IM-"
wardrobe planning
we. .e.w.w4 ,M MHIMST ..Out "K-l<... 1.11 wKfcttllMstilVITAMINS wed"ti"e"
Jeanie Cason .. reporter for the
-- I club. I Isil .M MMWTMOM (... ,.00'
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Ml & TONICS

Corn' 131 4 M'Wf' 's fosse. ait T|"CNQMf'ace MOM I M MWMM.....ru"acme' .._e.....Wabus fM,2 lOT 1iO'I I I. sari.sue 9 iaar.a to* x2toM4LM

IWeBuy and Sell Shelled IIS. ...... nuns, vmt I. ......nlll"" and-ti. w.2. 1H' MftWUflU* '11'.2 M US

M MKMIfMllSJMlMlva 4 K 2fcf ...' t.. .a levee M RL.w M .71

t MMM IM .semen esserse/ sea w Fide Z w 1.111 ,Jl awn MOritMWMi NIII-! tor. USEVERYDAY
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eerlBqrnesee
HEEDS IM ='..='......seasi 1J5 Jl e1 tIUTI rK'Kri2to. IJdt
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- S.N ...... tae ...-Hot M* 1. gra.s;..lesW M.g.Iere2 M U'

.n lg lute ... .".. gas .teerr ii..aiii.Ji lnlkf( 43 lw 1e1 K....2 M US

I AND INSURED M ere esseee ices atom-a.i|,J I4ws M 2 to Jl JIM I. 1f'III.--' u..2krlJH4' WfMM I TVfcvMMMM'.. I'.1....Iwo U
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*7T ... .1jo I. sear t m .- ..a 1M.. 2.41
MMM seas to sass ....
1Fs GRAIN ... .... w ww.e &ifili /ask s0' ... 1.Ieess. we. 2.NIi
itmfillToN .. 2 J
WMU f(* to
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e"ss ne. ...-taa ..... 1M oi2fcrOUTSTANDINO .11
cansm Vta.M 2tolJ3in "' .. I Lplgll ) V2PHw .

.. INiM.Ir.*< Ise 2tot.II BUYS tIt_ tttJ& I1. > ...

BONDED a see y .... .... M Zest ttI YIMleaeaewe aw_.. 1.1t Nssa MUdeMs I

.a 1A 1 ssse.I p.M ,K ... "rI_a''Mq'y ..11a SPECIAL SAVINGS

t STORAGEDealers ) -- wen 2to ss .e.yee-- g.? ri',1' 2".12t
| M 9ssggwee.. lr2Mfr .
a ss-essserl /a Zw ..... ... .....-III..:llM* IJfFkCO w-
: sees..u+e revs J.. Sew N ..... ..,.. 1a. a 2 M./3
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2 er '-let geese essl leases toad, is Near/new rf.s+.alee W-4 st ..A1J1
In i sever wrewrrl W Ice I ss 2 lit .......,......._lUG tb1 .. isaeseNrass/t1ss1. 1Ma ..bR

sys ears)esaeet-1 N P.'es.r iii ... .
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Phillips "66" Anhydrous Ammonia !: a ..M wren 1W. l ii, n gets" _pert-I rd.... 1. ,us tr



Agrko Fertilizer ij ij.JI CAMOSQ.WttCf CVTUITSCT ftrwog

Bulk or Bagged i I II I .. .-' : ==- ..... RSCItAL SPRAY-IO) OWfr ii '

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YOURS let DHlY 250
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Needs--
See Us For -.- "XXE "Q N CoupGfI eprsr
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; --Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders .i ...... .......... ............. ...rawwem.a w .... ass IMUftut 114111c

.. Pfeaslnt' odor

Many, many other Items not Trill'llTTICHEEK

SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION I shown here are also on sale!



North Houston Sti4 i

Phone 362. 596 MH North of | DRUG CO.WEST HOWARD.342.2S91rf4 ST.
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At Night 362-1164 j

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Won Five Lost Six Bulldog Fortcardt Bulldog To Play Sept. 23 Special Meeting employ the firm of Gordon. Drake ,

Sept. 24 Special Meeting & Pattillo. architects, to do investigate :

At Palatka FridayThe Sept. 29 Special Meeting work at Suwannee High r f

Bulldogs Lost To St. Augustine And Sawannee High Bulldogsgo Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded School to determine the feasibility i 3 '

to Falatka Friday night for by Otto Dickman that La and cost of repair. Motion car

Branford Here Last WeekendLive their first basketball game *f verne Porter be granted leave of ried. I

the season with the Maroon., absence October 9, 1964 through There being no further business l

Oak lost both basketball here last weekend who In torn com here the fol- October 18, 1964, to take group of the Board adjourned.
games lowing Fridays Future Farmers to Kansas City to Henry M.. FolsomSuperintendent

with St. Augustine winning 67-56 Friday and Bran- They will leave only foar National PTA Convention and A: Sectary

ford beating the Bulldogs 64-56 Saturday night. This game on the schedule Mayo, that he be reimbursed $6500 on Board of Public Instruction !

puts the local team in the lost column with six losses and 21 ti 31 Madison, Jasper, and St. Angustine. I expense of trip. Motion carried. L. M. Crews Vice Chairman !'

five wins. it i Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded Board of Public InstructionLive .

The Bulldogs couldn't teem to U. by Otto Dickman to grant (

get organized Friday night with points scored by Individuals in the 1 day personal leave September Oak Florida III

St. Augustine as they scored only eleven games played this seasonin Boaters 28, 1964, to Evelyn Phllpot. Professions November 3. 1964 j 9 t)
Using
four points In the first quarter, regular scheduled play. leave to Mrs. Katherine The Board of Public Instruction i e.

with St. Augustine *corln nine' FO FT TP Pryor Mrs. Susie Williams and met on November 3, 1ge4 with the

Again in the second period they B. Townsend 69 49 197 IntracoastalWaterway Marianna Protsman on October6th 'following members present. Viz:

only scored eight to give St. Augustine D. Croft 43 47 133 and 9th to attend conferenceof I H. E. Vann Chairman. L. M. nI

a 32-12 lead at halftime. R Corbin 81 24 126 Horn Economics: Teachers In Crews. Otto Dickman. V. V Brim eland
MoreBoating
In the third period the Bull L. Harvard 21 18 58 Orlando: LaPrances Stevens Professional I T. R. Barnett. ,

dogs turned in a team effort and C. Blspham 15 13 43 leave October nth ft Devotional was given by Folsom
Flor-
scored 21 points but couldn't hold D. Melvin It 12 32 enthusiasts using 16th to attend State Home Economics and Barnett
T. Hatcher' 9 It 28 ida's Intracoastal waterway at Its at
their opponents. Townsend scored Teachers Conference Minutes of previous meetingwere

13 of his 19 points in the final A. Gutehall! I 7 17 Four forwards on the Suwannee Bulldog vanity are shown northeast entrance, averaged Florida A & M University read and approved as reads p
II. Stamper 1 4 6Suwannee more than 100 boats a day the V. Brim and seconded Recommendation of the School
period but the Bulldogs oouldn above. Left to right art Richard Townsend Tommy Hatcher. Moved by V. t
Florida State Chamber of Commerce
cut the wide margin held by st. a Ray Corbln. and Bill Montgomery (Democrat Staff Photo) in by Otto Dickman that i Board advisory committee was

Augustine and went down 67-58. reported its Weekly : Board grant Louis Berry leave to read as follows.

Bob Bergman and David Reese, Beat Business Review released jrester I attend Florida School plant management The Suwannee County

both forwards for St. Augustine News And Activities From day."Pleasure association meeting October Board advisory committee <
boats checked at the 16th In Ml mends that the School
scored 22 and 17 points to lead 14th through
65.55 Palm Valley bridge on the waterway make plans to move the Sfl
their team in scoring. Jasper THE RECREATION CENTERBy ami.Moved
Townsend led the Bulldog scorIng east of Jacksonville mad a by V. V. Brim and seconded nee Junior and Senior I?

with 19. The other scoring I Here I record 3.736 passings during last by Otto Dickman that School to the Pine View site arTU + ,,
Tuesday ,. year, a gain of 8 per cent over
went as follows: Corbin 14. Croft DOT SULLIVAN Director principal reassign James D. MIller move the elementary school 1

1963. from Head Coach and Athle- grade 4. 6. and 6 to the present
Harvard
8 Melvin e, Blspham 1, so
Live Oak's Suwannee Bulldog last enclosed
ball been
The outstanding game field has by a "Most pleasure craft bound for
That the Board
School
tic Director to classroom teacher High site.'
4 and Hatcher 1. tc
basketball team handed Jasper a fence. Barriers have been erectedin
week in the fifth and sixth grade Southern Florida use the Inland
Newton and that Earl Adams be assigned plan to use funds available from
Coach Sterling says
65-55 licking here last Tuesday basketball the game front of the dugout area for fall and
league was waterway during winter
"the boys to be concentrating I the duties of head coach: and the O. E. P. and capital outlay
seem night. The Bulldogs took a 17-13 January 19 between CommercialBank Little League team benches to months since It is a protected ,
and James start construction of facilities
individual effort than athletic director that to
more on lead at the end of the first -
quarter help avoid accidents.
Laundry.
and Suwannee route. Southbound bridge pass- .
functioning team and until Carter be assigned duties of Assistant at PIne View immediately to move ic,
as a and were never threatenedbut Commercial Bank gained a poten- The baseball diamond has been Ings of all pleasure boats cam to
Coach. Motion carried. grades 9 through 13 to Pine View
will continue
work this out
we we once, when Jasper came with tial tie for first place with Su surveyed with the assistance of 1,059 during the year, a gain of S and o
Moved by Otto Dickman and and hold grades 7 I at present -
to be In trouble. They have plentyof It
in three late In the
points game. the the engineer. The field
wannee Laudry by winning county per cent
until funds availableto
seconded V. V Brim thaPrincipal's site are
by
but until
spirit and hustle they
After leading 30.21 at halftime, close contest 13 to 11. will be gradually improved so as "Returning northward in the recommendation of complete Junior and Senior
can work as a unit we can't expect Ray Corbin tossed In nine pointsin to b for the u
Other games played during the ready high school spring, many of the larger boats
to win ball games". Mrs. Sadie Oreek as cook in 8u High School at Pine View. That o,
the third period In a fine effort -
week were: season take the outside passage in the
I tear down
School Lunchroombe Board start planning to
The Live Oak fans aaw some wannee High
allowing the Bulldogs to holda Commercial Bank 26 Horseshoe areas are now ready ocean therefore the northbound
Jan. 18 ;
fine ball handling In the exhibition approved subject to Trustees and rebuild Branford School aa n
44-36 edge Richard Townsendcame Kent's A & W 3. I for play. One area Is ground level figure Is usually larger than the recommendations. Motion carried soon as committee recommends
given by young Andy Cheneyof right back in the final perl pit and the other a boxed pit for total for the direction g
26 opposite
the Branford Buccaneers last Jan. 21 Cheek Drug ; Moved by V. V. Brim and seo source of funds and funds are ,
od and added 10 of the 21
points the better horseshoe
pitchers. Last
:year, northbound passings
Kenya A & W 7.
led the onded by Otto Dickman that Buwannee available.
Friday night. Cheney
Bucs In scoring with 21 points a a scored 65-53.and the Live Oak eager Jan. 22 Suwannee Laundry Lights are available for night totaled 1.777 up 15 per cent over County Board join with I Moved by V V. Brim and seconded
won .
Branford handed the Bulldogs a 14; Kent's A & W II). .pia, 1963. other counties in cooperative effort -I by'' T. R. Baraett that
Hackle and Jones scored 19 and
64-58 defeat at the Coliseum. Bill Standings as of Jan. 22: The Recreation Center main "u,. of the waterway by com.: to Increase and utilize film School Board accept recommendations
13 points respectively for Jasper building has undergone minor repair merclal boats as checked by ArmyEngineers
Won Lost Florida Junior of committee. Motion
library at North
Terry scored 17 and Johnny Pisjell
while Tuten added eight In the *. The side exit doors have fluctuates highly) from
16 for the Sues before foalIng Suwannee Laundry 9 1 College, and that cost to Suwan carried.
final period to give him 11 for the been removed and reversed to to
out with Cheney in the fourth evening. Commercial Bank 4 1 year year. Barges pontoonsand nee County shall be ISo per pupa Bid for L. P. Gas for school

quarter. went Cheek Drug 2 3 swing outward. Repainting of the motor boats registered 7 per of an county school board on ADA year were opened and tabulateda
for
Scoring the Bulldogs
exterior wood work the main
on cent last
more passings than
The offensive Kent'sA&W 0 6 year for the previous aa reportedon follow:
Bulldogs played an ss follows: Townsend 21. Corbin building is scheduled to begin during ue3 but vessels year
game as they were behind 1&, Croft 11, BUpham 7, Harvard The seventh and eighth grade this week. dropped one-third. fishing the annual report of the county. Green's Fuel of Florida" Corp

11-15 18-28, and 27-48 In the 6, and Melvin 8.Jean's recreation basketball team gaineda I Additional parking Motion carried. 13M per gaL _
across
space "All
first three periods and never coach when Wayne Pittman of from the horseshoe told private vessels of all Bid on bar Joist and steel for Live Oak Gas Co. Inc. 12. '.
pit has
area types plus less than 100
came close until the final period. the Chamber of Commerce offered been made available and government Branford Vocational Agriculture per gaLSuwannee
by Mr.
Live Oak scored 29 points in the House Of his services. Jimmy Poole who Mrs. R. E. Williams of Route 3, passings boats at the made bridge together last 5,451 Building were opened and tabu. Valley Oil Inc. f11J4 -

fourth quarter 14 of these by 1 has helped to organize the team, of the year, again lated. per gaL V f

Townsend, but still lost by eight Beauty Open* Here will continue to assist. This team owners The Shadows property.a band from of 8 per! cent. .over 1B63." 1. Southern Steel Construction Moved by Otto Dickman and

points to the Sues 84-56 Jean Doty opened Jean's Houseof 1 has two games scheduled. They Lake City, will provide music fora Co. Inc. 2098 Dennis St.. Jack. seconded by T V. Brim to accept I

Townsend Was again high point Beauty here Jan. 7 In the 7- 1 play Lake. City at the Coliseum dance Saturday night from Not Legal By AutoAn sonvllle. Florida 82688.00. sales low bid on gas. Motion carried.

man for the Bulldogs with 19, followed Eleven building on South Ohio :here January 26 at 6:00: p.m.. and seven to eleven o'clock. automobile la not a legal! tax Included. I Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded ','

closely by Corbin with 18 Ave. This new business specialises 'play Madison'February B at the method of taking deer and all 2. Florida Steel Corporation : by T. rC-Barnett to grant t

Melvin scored 5, Hatcher 5, Harvard in complete beauty care, from Coliseum at 7:00: p.m. deer-auto collisions: should be reported Jacksonville. Florida 92361.00. : Porfeatlonal leave aa follows: t

4, Blepham 4, and Croft 3 to styling to manicures The tennis court Is now completely What the world need todayare to the Game and FreshWater sales tax not Included. I t. Professional leave: .'

round out the total. .. Jean comes to' Live Oak from enclosed. The area stirvtQndtae million of honest average Fish Commission or the Sales tax makes Southern Steel I, Arthur Unless November' I.
on.. UMMvrtn* MMN. ... total Mt!!_one t'eet"aU Pin AV*. the bubU and aottI ettiacn. Florida Kithwajr PatroL Construction Company low bid. 1984 to attend District Basketball

Ing at 2 17th. I I sir declared Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded meet. ,
MINUTES BOARD OF ?PUBLI pjn. September Superintendent Sectary a "major disaster" In (Public Entity: ) Mary L. Hogan November.
INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE There being no further businessthe I Board of Public InstructionL the- State of Florida under the September 2.. IHt by Otto Dickman to accept
1984 to attend District Basketball
COUNTY, FLORIDALive Board adjourned. !. Crews Vice Chairman provisions of Public Law 87581HCongress (Date of Resolution) low bid subject to approval of meet.
Board of Public Instruction amended and architect.: Motion carried.
M as
Henry FolsomSuperintendent : CERTIFICATIONI
Oak, Florida I Gladys F. Jones November 12
Moved by V. V. Brtm and seconded -
WHEREAS Suwannee
it See.taryBcant County Henry M. Folsom duly elected
September 14. 1984 by Otto Dickman to request 13. 1.... conference at FloridaA
of Public Instruction Live Board! of Public Instruction Is a as Superintendent Board of
Florida
Oat M.Leroy.
The Board of Public Instruo Commissioners to ask Mr
tlon met on September 14, 198 L. M. Crews Vice Chairman I September 111. 198. public entity within said State; Public Instruction of Suwannee County Bowdoln November 9-
to
Cross County Engineer, exam
Board of Public InstructionLive NOW THEREFORE Be It Resolved County. Florida do
in special session with the following I The Board of Public Instruction hereby certify Ins Branford High School and 11. 1964 to attend conference of
by Suwannte County that the above la a true and
members present. Via: met on September 19. 1964 Board of Public Instruction of give School Board written report Supervisors.
Chairman H. E. Vann, L. M.Crew. Oak, Florida The meeting was called to order Suwannee correct copy of a resolution on structural condition of the Moved by T. R. Barnett and

.. V. V. Brim. Otto Dickman, September 17, 1964 by H. E. Vann. Chairman at B:00. County, Florida, that passed and approved by the Su building. Motion carried. seconded by V V. Brim to employ

and T. R. Bamett. The Board met on September Devotion was read by Mr. Patter Plan-ing wannee County Board of Public There being no further business Mr. Elva T Gaylord as electrician

The purpose of the meeting wa 17, 1984, In special session at :I son. Members present were T R. to to have the Instruction of Suwannee the Board adjourned. and plumber and general maintenance .
arrange appropriate County
Florida
the 29th
to survey the condition of the p.m. with the following members Bamett V. V. Brim L. M. Crews. Federal Agency perform the of on day Henry M. FolsomSuperintendent work at 9250 per month \

schools after the Hurricane had present. VII: L. M. Crews, Vice and H. E. Vann.. following work September 1964. & SectaryBard for 3 month trial and If his work
emergency essential Date: October S. 1964.
passed. Since water was in old Chairman. Otto Dickman.. V. V, The minutes were read and approved to the health welfare of Public Instruction 1s satisfactory to raise salary to

armory the Cafeteria and the Brim; E. -A. Collins and Lrsmon I as read. of the people safety and propertyof or Henry M. Folaom8uperlnt8ndtnt L. M. Crews Vice Chairman 837900 at end of > month. Motion

High School basement and many Oil!. board members-eleci, ant d I Moved by V. V Brim*and seconded this public entity Board of Public Instruction carried.

homes were in water. The Board Jack Blspham, Chairman, Board I by L. M. Crews to request To provide financial: assistance Board of Public Instruction State Department of Education:

took the following action. of Trustees. Board of County Commissionersto Suwanne County: FloridaCONCUR.JUNCJ wa asked to send representative
and technical assistance for the Live
Oak. Florida
: :
Moved by V. V. Brim and sec The purpose of this meetingwas I Instruct the County Engine : to discuss construction of new
Suwanne County Board of Public I October 17. 1984
concur In th* request of Bu-
onded by T. R. Barnett that 8u to receive report from Mr to Inspect Suwannee High School Hllh School with the Board at
Instruction to place county The Board met October 17.
wannee County Board of Public on
wannee County Schools be Building and 1:30.: Mr. Carl) Barley from plant
sus Lamar Drake Board Architect damage give hit I .
schools which have sustained considerable Instruction 1964 with the following member
a public entity under
pended for the entire week of opinion to the School Board at survey section and John 1'aIWr.state ,
and Mr. W. F. Peck, an ermine r .
loss and damage due the laws of the State of Florida present Via: H. .. Vann. Chairman
September 14th through 18th. from firm of Law EngineeringTesting I earliest possible date. Motion oar. school architect were present -
to Hurricane Dorea back L. M. Crew
upon an The governing body has the authority and V. V. Brtm :
Plan and
Motion carried. ried. procedure were
Company. Mr. Peck gave t
operational basis. to Issue this Resolution. The meeting was called to order .
There being no further business an oral report aa follows.: Moved by V. V.'Brim and sec discussed.
Be It further resolved
that at 9 00
operational Moved by L. M. Crews and seconded am. by Chairman H.
the Board adjourned. ((1) That Board put concrete I I R. Barnett to gent I Board Member conference was
nProfessional basis as stated In the by otto Dickman that renovation J:. Vann. John Cade. Principal Gf
discussed. It was decided that V.
Henry M. FolsomSuperintendent hole by the High School I leave to RosslnnlOranville
previous paragraph be construedas of Armory be done according Pine View School gave the cine-
it Seo'tary In an attempt to( stop the hole. to attend the annual to mean operational on. a basis I to plans drawn by Kenneth tional.MJnutee. V. Brim. Otto Dickman. and the8upertIt.mdent
Board of Public Instruction ((2) That soil be hauled in II I Conference of Horn Economic \ represent the
as required by the accrediting Woods. Motion carried. of October 6. 1964
L. M. Crews, Vice I Chairman soon as concrete set up and set Teachers October 16th and 17th Board at this meeting November
of the State Moved read and
Departmentof were read.
I agency by T. R. Barnttt and approved aa
Board of Public InstructionLive tllng stopped and that enough on the campus of Florida A. and 19 through 17. 1964.
Education of the State of Florida seconded by V. V Brim that leave Moved by L. M. Crew and ttt
soil be In the to elevat M. University. Motion carried.A Board Attorney Mr. Alfred
area
put
and the of b ended V. V.
accrediting by Brim
agency lavebe
granted as follows: O. I!. that
Oak Florida It above surrounding area. request for Professional leave the Southern Association of Colleges Munch and Lonru B.! Hurst be granted to the following personnel Afrth presented a report ef trial

September 18. 1964 (3) That borings be taken then I by Ollle B. Calhoun and Orace and Secondary Schools. granted Professional leave for for reason stated. Motion of Condemnation suit with reference

The Board of Public Instruction to be studied by: an engineer to I Ford to attend annual Conference For the schools: of Suwannee Guidance Meetings September 24.NO'fmt.l carried. to the property In Branford
met on September 18, 1984 determine if the building couldbe of Social Studies teachers in St. on which the Vo, Ag. Building U
County to become operational as 8, 1H4. and January 7. A. Professional leave to attendPrincipals
at 2 pm. In special session with jacked back into .place and Petersburg was tabled to establish being erected. The amount of cost
j stated In the previous paragraphsIt February 9. April 1, May 8, and and Supervisors Oanfmne -
to the School ...
the following members present foundation reinforced or if U a Board Policy on subject: Board set at
will necessitate the replacement June 4. 1965. Motion carried. at Florida A M University
VIa: Vice Chairman L. M. Crews would be cheaper to abandon the area conferences. 11900 by the court 11800 of this
j of loss and damages to Mary Evelyn Phltpot, H day October 22 and 23, 1964.
T. R. Barnett Otto Dtckman and building and move to a new site Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded buildings, equipment materials personal leave without 1. James L amount waa paid March: 3. 1944.
pay. Sep Revel
V. V. Brim. Board Members-elect and construct a replacement. by L. M. Craws that principal and foodstuffs. It will necessitate tember 21. 1964. Motion carried. 2. Bheme! Q. Brown leaving balance of |3M to b* paid

11:. A. Collins and Leamon GUI, (4) That building not be used recommendation of Clarence providing temporary housing for Moved by T, R. Bamett and 3. John R. Green 81873 of this amount to go to Elton
and Jack Blspham, Chairman until above points carried out. Golden as agriculture\ teacher M Jose and Lavater M.
j one acJIooIhe Suwannee High seconded by Otto Dtckman to ... Eveline Duhart Professional
Board of Trustees. Since the cost of the above at Douglass and O'Brien be Jem, his wife, m payment for
School of Live Oak Florida and grant one leave leave
I year of absenceto ) November 8. 1984 to attend
The purpose of the meeting was study and fill would cost between approved subject to approval of provisions for providing permanent Mrs Orma Gaakln, from hr Pan Materials ConfnvBoa at property. ITS to WOlam T Mayo
to accompany John Foster, state rive and ten thousand dollars and Trustees. Motion carried. for attorney' fees and hiss to Wu-
housing for the Suwannee duties u cook at Suwanrwo HKh Florida A M t7 Inrtlty.
architect and Jack Koons me- time Involved would necessitate There being no further busl baa T Mayo and Eton: M. Jocose
High School operation or such School lunchroom to C.
twain October Gladys F, Jonra.. PrafcMkn. '
chanical engineer, on an inspection providing I classrooms 'some place near the meeting adjourned. provisions aa the Office) of Em- 1. I.... to end of school al lave -to attend Consular -as Moved.rmn.t.r'Ia bT. iw,

of Suwanneo High School else for long period of time anyway Henry M. FblaoaSuperintendent ertvnc (Planning will advise andapprove. term. Motion carried. workshop November 17. 1944 Brut and sea
building and then to receive their the Superintendent recommended -Sectary onded by T R. Barnett that
There bring further
no buslMas. February 3
1965. March 30th,
oral report. After a surrey of the to the Board that the Board of Public Instruction This body certiflN that to the the Board adjourned. May llth. and June 'T. 196S. Board employ Mr*. Bessie Jack-

damage and tracts: m. the High Board delay action at this tIm.fOl' U M. Crews. Vice Chairman best of Its knowledge and belief Henry ... FoUom D. Oarence Terry. Personal ana as secretary at OBrten School
School building and grounds the further observation and studyThe Board of Public Instruction 3/1 Urn or 3 day per week. Motion -
the requested work la eligible un Superintendent A Sectary leave H day. October 32. I.... carrird.

4' following verbal report was given Board concurred der Public Law 875. list Congress Board of Public Instruction Moved by L ... drew and ...-
\ b, Mr. John Poster. Moved by Otto Dickman and Live Oak Florida aa amended and agrees to Henry K. Vann, Chairman ended by V V. Dries that BaaaJePuryear There bring no farther buetnem -
} That the Board contact Mr. Lamar seconded by V. V Brim that the September 39 the Board adjourned.
1964 (a) provide without coat to the Board of Publte Instruction \ be transferred to Roat .
Drake. the Board Architect Board accept five classrooms in The Board met In Special Session United State an lands easements It and Thoreau Colttaa be traae- Henry M. F01somRupeltateedeat

j. and ask him to come and make a the educational building from the on September I*. 1964. at and rigbta.of-"wsy necessary Live Oak. Florida fused to Rout 19 and. that Wanda SectaryBoard

( study of the damaged buildingand First Baptist Church and use other '7:JO. with the following members for aecomplishmeat of the October 6. 1944 Oret'D" given two town of PobDc tnetrarUor
L.
that he bring an Engineer temporary buildings on campusto veeent: Henry Vann. L. U approved work: : and (b) bold and The Board ef Pubo XnitraoUon -I route and that the salary be set Board M. Crew*. Vice Chairman

with him. That a complete study get school back in operation. Crews 7. V. Brim. and T. a save the United State free from net on October 6. lilt with at 834 00 pet month. Motion car of Paths tnstntcUaa

He made Including soil borings Further that proper paper' lit Barnett. damages doe tohe approved the foOowtng membrra presentvia ried.

and study of findings by an engl- drawn by attorney: covering d- Meeting was called to order by work. : L M. Crews vice Chairman Moved by V. V. Brim and SMby Ute Oak Florida'

neer competent to Interpret the alls of agreement with the Pint' Mr. Vann. Moved by V Y. Brtm Eased and approved this 2ttb V. V lute and Otto Dtckmaa.Th en*** L. M. Crew that till November 3L 1984Th

borings or soil Information de- Baptist Church. Motion carried. and seconded by L. M. Crews. day or September 1864. meeting was caned ben Principal and Tracher raoammdaUon Board met on Nimembn

veloped. That building not be Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded that the following resolution be Henry E. Vann. Chairman deg at ':JO A. 1C by Vk Chairman for snake m> dan fee 21. 11M. with the ftArwtn members

". used until the above menUoned by Otto Dickman that adopted and that Mr. Leroy Bow. L. M. Crrwa. Vie Chairman Crewa Mr. ItuUcdg gave accepted and additional week present U M. Grew*. Vk

soil study was made and building school start Monday. September dole be designated. agent of V. V. Brim. Board MemberT. the dnotJoIIa1.I days Riled as follow: Dreanbr Chairman, a.4 T .. BanwtC

declared safe by an engineer. He 21, 1964. subject to city having Board to any actions or application R. Barnett Board Member nIiWa of foOowtnc data were 31 2X INS: January n. INS; Board Not adjourned.. UM

stated that the Board might con. sewage disposal pumps operating. for assistance from the Office Henry M. Folsom' Pup. Bee. read and approved aa read March 18th im. A ,g jgg .

,. alder a new structure to replace Motion carried. of a.tpney Planning. Resolution 8ot 14 Special Meeting and Friday. June 4, 1984 Modes Henry M. PtomBJBgermleaAat

this building. There being no further business RP.ftOUTI'tOH BuwannM County BepC Special! M* Ur8pt can1ftd. Is 8e/Ur

The Board contacted Mr. Lamar the meeting adjourned. WHERK48. on UM 13th day Board of Public nlstrocttcn U Special MeettaflBrpC Moved by I. M. Crewa and .*. L. K. Beard at Pvfeo taetncttM

I. Drake and set another meets Henry M. Folsom of aepteeBbrr, I'", the Prtekbot Lire Oak Ftottte. I I* Hfttbv M..*ttnc ar.*-. tw T V *- IMt Yw. Orrra. Tie Cbatrmaaoard
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JANUARY 21, 11185 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE SEVEN. i ii
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i i J Sales Tax Over Car syit-t-ptrjMu5 praUao. 1 Social Security Answers 'I j


i Pastor's Corner 20 Iillion'For Why I la It thtt tits nicest( ; pay In the McrU... (Editor Note: Thus qucttloni lotus. know whenever they expect
and answers are compiled by WU their Income too above this .
rI Ham U. Lanes District Manage limit
December 1964 I for the Social: Security Administration QUESTION: How much do X
By REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM I at Valdosta. Eanee Invite have to put In every year to keep
Salts tax collections in Florida reader to mall their questions to up my social security
raster, First Methedbt Chore during December 1M4 totaled him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta ANSWER: : What you pay in
i I20OM.075.M compared withhezgsog.p Oa. Please do not mall your In* each: year depends on your wages
-- collected last December qulTles to this paper.. and self-employment Income sine

j "I will prey the Father and He You have cultivated nothing I to In and IU.9M.47t.8S collected QUESTION: I went to work you nay pay only on your earn.
shall give you another Comforter, attend with and consequently Dade November 1M4. December 14. 1994. I was 82 years Ings under social security. There.
I that He may abide with :you forever find nothing to attend to. On the 'County Is still the big Y old. How many years will I have Is no lid amount you must. pay In
producer of tales
i ; even the Spirit of truth. other hand you may receive: with collections tax revenue to workto have my time paid In:? every year, The amount of work
John 14: 16. IT nothing from your religion or 3MS3. totaling $4.390.- e+ ANSWER: You mint have been credit needed to pay benefit on
Duval was number two born In 1912. A' man born that your record Is figured from
from because
What do you expect your worship you are expectIng with your
I1.JU.8J9.J8 and Broward
religion What do you expect; the the wrong thing. It Is just as year will need church to do for rout What do fatal to expect the 'wrong thin 391.26.County was third with $1.804.- ((28 quarters) to guarantee retire- or
you think religion baa to offer from your worship as to expect Other counties with collectionsover Gl ment payments. A woman will its (with the exception: of dlsabUlty -
whenyou So I need 8-3/4 )*ara (23 quarters). benefits) may have been
back
ur What do you expect nothing. am again a' the million mark and the \ .
i come to worship? How many the question with which we started Any work credit you may already earned from any work after 1136.
amount collected HUlsbor-
j pie ever stop to ask themselves : What do you expect from were: Can become amonsUr have under social: security can .be which was under social: securityat
ough IUU.02812 Finches $1.-
those questions? Yet we ask them your religion 373.S63.39; Orange; $1.153.03640; fan? he gets behind counted towards the amount required the time you were working. In-
I about other things. If we go to Now the answer to this guess ttewfiedofanAutomobile} / disability case, you must have
e theater we expect to be ton can only be given fey eking QUESTION: X am 64 years old. five rears of work credit la the
ought to be able to find In the ? 1: started my checks at 63 and ten
nused. When we buy a book wet another: What. did Christ prom year period ending with the
to be inform If we send Ise? Let us know what Chris atmosphere and life of the have received a check every dab :you became dhabl.cLQt1is'nON -
Aldren to school we expect actually promised and we have church. This Is what we should month Will my check be raised : : They tell me the
"If I expect religious education to do when X reach ate 651ANSWTR Government puts up for
.j be equipped. But what the answer to our question. money
I for our children, to give them the : Probably not, Rut social:
jt do you expect to derive In the above passage we find security to keep It going.
fzt from your religion\ or from the promise. We find all that. w, Spirit of Truth to give them the your account will be reflgured How long has this been going on I
tfttr worship hate the right to expect from eur ..t'enathbat Is needed for life automatically at age 6S and you ANSWER: : We don know .who I
"I will pray the Father and He will get what ever raise any additional told you that It Is not correct
Now we have a psychological worship or our religion or from
s law to the effect that we can only the church. Indeed all that w. shall give you another Comforter, earnings will justify. Social security payment 'are.
I that He may abide with you forever QUESTION: ; Some older furors made from special funds '
attend to something U we have Deed for life. Here In this passage M
p thing. to attend with. If your the Lord lays emphasis upon the : even the Spirit of Truth. tell me they set. social security Include the social security taxe"
I no curiosity nothing new ort Comforter, the Strenfthener. the Mow U you think hastily you w and keep right\ on farm In,. Is you your employers and selV
oel could attract: your atten Spirit of Truth. These dlsclDles may feel that If this la an religion Jbrds I'N8w&leV(bennl this true played persons pay u well aSttreet \
tion. If you had no pride you wanted to know many things, but has to offer or all that worship ANSWER: Most probably It .Is. on the money held In r\
e mild be insulted or humiliated Christ refused to reveal more. He and the church has to offer thenIt Under this law, every worker orIt'lt..mploed serve In these trust funds. BoclaV
. Ithout resentment or any Un- will send the Comforter, the Spirit la far too little. You may say and Palm Beach I1.0JU20.20. Can Get Duplicate8pottemen person (other than security has always paid Its own
" else to defend yourself. If you of Truth: He alone will anable hat you want to know what reIglon Collecting: sources out of state a disabled person) Is consideredto way from the total employment
r bad no ambition others could pats them to meet alt thing That Is and worship-can offer In paid 11,12547980 Into the state who lose their hunt- be retired whenever his yearly taxes collected. If we raise pay
a day such: u the one through Ini or fishing license obtain earnings leas .
t may are than 11300.Unce mania or provide new and dltferent -
ou In the race of Ufa without what you and I can expect: from treasury.
which we are passing with Its a duplicate from the office of the older farmers
many rarelyhave kinds of benefits
p this will
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ig any resentment And If our worship and from our religion. Collections In Suwannee County
moral social, and political con county judge who Issued the
original clear Income
over 11300, mean that
I we must collect more
bad regard- Here Is what
ou no expectation; we should esptt'trvm from
: down the
131.114.73.
S tradictions.: You may say that you were license. The duplicate license they can let their social security tG keep. the system self-support-
your worship your religion our church Here Is what to know what the SM.10040 the year previous and fee Is
want meaning twenty-five cents. hecks.. But they must agree. to tog.
0 church then nothing happens. we ought to expect' and what we i tragedy of the last few years can I from the I11.TI9.1J the month '

4 have in the purpose of pod, You previous. I
may say that want to mow Columbia County collected $52.-
what religion can give youth that .'1.11 In December ltl4. compared .
Allis-Chalmers they may be able to avoid the with I45.73SJ4 a year ago and Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing
sorrow, suffering, and frustration $4107116 the previous month.
of our generation. You may ask Collections for December 144In

f SALES and SERVICE If It 'would not have been betterIf other nearby counties wen: 1 Special features make thia( heavy duty
Christ bad given us a system el Madison I16.01M; Taylor UI,.
. truth rather than a Spirit of .....2; Lafayette 12.0" tt; and 1 1 I 29 gauge Galvanised metal roofing a ..11f -
IN THE LIVE OAK AREA Truth? Hamilton 1..nUI.
i ", Do you want a cut and dried' a 1 panics quality at a low, low price.
set of rules? Or Is I It better to Young fishermen should check f I
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. We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor know the Comforter, and that the date of their birth. In Florida "
f there Is this. Spirit of Truth, and a fishing license' is required w bfonJOIi"re W. B. HOWLAND I"
(Will Pick Up At Your Firm And Deliver) Spirit .f Love to guide us on our fifteen. t
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; f1 .1 Leo Dunham Building system that will meet the eontrairttona Mo.OStDk666 3- The Pvewsvew
and tragedies. of Ufe. but I. Ile G4,4. Cease Ile 1tw Voice OPEN 8.30 A.M. TIL 10.00. P.M.
: (Mayo Road Across From tlowlaad Feed Mill) the Spirit of Truth In .which every iy\.te a 4.r" Tuts. teew SEVEN
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duty win be perceived. and
? Phone 3623222 obeyed, and every contradiction
mata. ,. and every traced ewereotne.
1'bIa Is the purpose of our religion ., .

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House Cleared From Lot For Business from 18 to 25 students. If we take Roberson, Ernest: Seller*, *W .1"Sugf
No. 1gress I an average of 20 squad members, s. Mrs A. L, Ward;*:and. Mat-.
made to date. this meant that 40 per cent of tox Ward.
X know the two committee have r ? *. the entire boys enrollment is par. Reports on the l$64;fair were
been averaging one meeting a f Uclpatlng In this activity By this made by Fletcher. Crews, and
week recently In an effort to expedite ? sr xF standard Suwannee High School Blipham Indicating that last.
its work: but the maze and y would have over 100 boys playing year's event wa one of the better
complexity of the problems Involved football. Can we say that the ones held by the group.A .
often makes It necessary boys are different the people are committee was 'named to
'to ask for more facts on which different or Is It public support of study plans for operating the
to base answers. the program which causes this lunch stand at the fair this fall.
difference. The agreement with the American

.. No croup has ever had more or This spring at Suwannee High Legion relative to this stand has
prompter support and assistance School, we are hoping to make a expired and was not renewed by
than this committee Is getting start on this program by putting the association. Plans,to request
,from school Clflfelall.Superllltendent n several activities into our cur sealed bids for the privilege were
Henry Folsom riculum. discussed and turned over to the
.serves M secretary to the com Track has been Included and committee for study.
mlttee; and Director of Instruc equipment has been purchasedfor President Wadsworth was Instructed -
tlon LeRoy Bowdoin, Live Oak this program with only the to name a.c committee to
House movers quickly removed a Urge residence from South neeeuary to permit BUI Mcteod. who bought the property recent- draft agreement relative to
.Supervising Principal O. H. Rut. weather holding up the start of an
ledge, and Suwannee High School Ohio Avenue to a new location on Piedmont Street daring the ly, to begin construction .( a building on the site that will house practice. We plan to Include the heifer show and sale sponsored -
: Principal John Johnson have Thursday: afternoon lull her Ut week. The house, located 1 bethe hardware busmen he operates on Pine Avenue under the Inn swimming teams for both boys each year at fair. time by another -
provided facts and figures tween the! Fuco Service Station!''at the corner of Van Buren. and name of Home Hardware and Furniture Company. McLeod said and girls If facilities can be provided group.
promptly and also have attended Ohio and the residence of Charles p, Huffman wa, cut Into half, he expected to get the project underway: in the near future for practice. Oolf and tennis Now under construction at the
most meetings. hoisted onto long trailers, moved 'down Ohio onto Piedmont and (Democrat Staff Photos are also on the agenda if Coliseum site are two additions
Thus the committees have had The removal enough Interest can be developed that are expected to add materially
to its new location in matter of a few hours. was
complete] and accurate Information among the students for these programs to facilities for holding the
on which to base Its deliberations We have difficulties to overcome annual exhibition. Being built ,
possible only] with full accord more rapidly. plan to expand our meetings and overlap since all are based on which they should not have, such In all of these, but with a show ring and arena as w4
of the school] board and other Much of the slowness has been prudently] speed up 'cur dellbera competition and students In one as playing when not entirely proper planning and good support a large exhibit building '.''
school officials. due to the fact not many of us tions. program tend to try others If the physically able would be relieved from the public, all can succeed : Plans to expand the
knew enough about what was experience they receive are pleasant spending time In activities in We will not find outstanding department of the fair
p A number of citizens have going on or what was needed. No.2 ones. Some students who are which they are not really Interested teams at the outset of the pro study.

asked, and rightfully so, when As it was pointed out at a recent Oak Jaycees for the outstanding excellent competitors and enjoy but feel a responsibility for. gram but can expect it to growIn a
this Is all over, athletics tremendously cannot would be ended. If there are ample proportion to the amount of
they may expect something definite meeting when job done in promoting safety on
In the way of complete plan. there will be at least 15 men in the highways of Florida. This was compete In all programs due to replacements in the program general support given each activi No. 5.
physical handicaps. An expanded these students can be relievedof
Committee Chairman Clarence I this; county who will have a walking a state-wide content! and the local ty.Let's rented by Mrs. Hazel Long spokeon
program gives this student more the pressure of any special
Hewitt continually prods his ; around knowledge of the club placed first in their poPula. not consider athletics extracurricular decorations and H. S. Wolfe
opportunity to find a plan for consideration for students Involved
groups to speed up their work but many problems Involved In providing tlon bracket. Malloy also presented In or outside our gave a short talk on Communism
insists that it be thoro and com the children of a county Homer Ratliff with a 19 himself in the program. their academic program, school program, but take the versus the American Way of Life. ,
Third, we must set standardsfor thus assuming that each student
education -: modem approach and Include
the size of Suwannee an Safety-4 award for his effort u
plete.With counties the athletic program which gets a proper education In the anything the school offers
four months of study now In step with other chairman of the safety projectof the
will Insure that the students Involved other areas of the More BAKING FOR I
under our belts, each member of in a fast growing Florida. the Live Oak: Jaycees. program student as part of the curriculumand
the committee has a far better About all I can say on behalf of The coveted Distinguished Ser- do not suffer In other levels of each activity can be In- support it as part of our total Birthday, Part; ADd I
Idea of the current status of our the committee as to when the Job vice Award for 1064 was presented phases of the school program. It eluded in the program thus assuring school program Weddings t
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those who take In athletics the student
part a chance to .
schools and work should move will be completed is to say we to Ronald Oreen by the put HOT DONUTS ALL DAT |
do not receive the same educationIn progress from one level to another
i......................................................... president, J. R. C son, In honorof the academic fields] as those and not have to jump Into the I No. 4 LIVE OAK BAKERY
contributions to the
com
: his who do not then we hIVe taken top level activities without previous Phil-1
Marvin
Wayne Pittman, J.
in leadership and service i Sawanm AT*. MS-MM I
munity
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away from them a part of the experience and coaching. B.I
FLORIDA WON Oreen is a member of the boardof lips, Norman Protaman. Laure ___ *
; educational rights which we Nqne of this can .tats place ,- I,
of the Live Oak Jay.
directors guarantee In our public school without the help of the community
cees, a past president, and has systems. and In this area of the pro- .
PEACH TREES worked diligently on almost every 1
Last, we_must have public support -tram all w.- can da -1* la uk the .
a I project and committee of the club .TIME FOR YOUR
-t for the enure program. No public to support the program by
;l Root-Knot Resistant Stock during the past eight years.In part of the program can succeedif participation and favorable) comments -
his address to the Jaycee
sail it does not have the general of the program. We are SPRING EQUIPMENT REPAIR I
and guests, President Foster
i backing from the community. sure many parts of this program
feel that the future of
i RIPEN IN APRIL the"Jaycees United States rests in their Students will not participate in can be Improved and will' welcomeany ..
of an activity that does<< not have comments or suggestions, COMPLETE REPAIR FOR ALL MAKE
hands; as they are young men
public acceptance. Recognition lea but we hope this be done
SPECIAL 5 for action, ready to face any chal- can
: I $8.75 lenre", He also said that if "every great part and adult recognition without undue open criticism until TRACTORS AND FARMING EQUIPMENT. \
Is the most sought after type given a fair chance to aucceeel.Let' .
IN LOTS OF FIVE Jaycee would give Just a little bitmore" of
acceptance ,
take
I surely themselves they would and find their a Now, how can we get this type Save near at some hand examples as to what we We Pick Up And Deliver vALLBRinON

t REGULAR PRICE $12.50 reward for of program, if It ls accepted, into public support can do for the ,
onynunlty. our schools My idea to deemphasize program. Any smaller school in
the pressure on the program mt' area; such as Branford,
t OTHER VARIETIES AVAILABLE Oune, either assembled or disassembled is to, emphasize the pro- Mayo, Greenville, and Jennings BROS.WV .
.. are not allowed on cram. If we can get more students which has football and basketball
i Also Kinds Of wildlife management areas during Involved in our athletics then the can give us an insight These : CO.
Many
he closed hunting season. few who row take part will not schools with an enrollment of CJOR
carry the burden for the entire boys In high school of (0 and
21S W. STH 362-2381
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GARDEN program to include activities,
which will draw more students

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1- Three Troop To Compete Phillip To Discuss 31w

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ns HI A.... b the sUrtlnr line. fer the Beeeaneers and these five Scout PlannedAt MeetingThe
Boy Olympics Bnmlortl Art. Men'sClub
Vfibrcn aee.wit d f. the UU1 pelnte ....* aflnt the BaDdec
will held Its plar
be IgaUrday nlcht. Left .. right ere UM plajcr end points. An*> monthly ncetlnff Febniary. 1 at
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r- 1 Cktney' tl. Kim Miller even. Johnny FtneQ 1.. Bill Tear 11. and Branford On February lilt .... ta eke BranfordWeaMMi
/ Jerry IkarMr"IIa'Uuee.. (Democrat Stall Ph...) (By Jesse J. Sloeam, Jr.) ** auk. building 1tir a
The first annual Suwannee Invitational Boy Scout The speaker will ke A. Jack.rkJUIpe.
4 president .r the Bran
be held at Branford, on the Branford High
jucceuful WeekendBuccaneers Olympics "will ford State Bank and vice chairman -
School track field Monday night February 8, beginning *f the advisory eemmltteeU
, Victories at 7:0p.m. The Olympics will consist of track and the Sewannre Ceuntf School
Win Important field events and will be for registered Boy Scouts only. Dosed lie will discuss the
The event; will consist ot the school altnatlon In Branford
I. Over }Mayo\ And Live Oak following: SO yard dash 100 yard and Sewannoe. Coanty and toll
: Funeral Services dub 120 yard dub 440 yard ef the progress and finding efthe
iID The Branford Hues had a very successful weekend daih. MO yard dash 880 relay, advliory e"mn\ltU>e, plajrrrs sheave akeve are snemWrs. ef the vanity basketball -
f.. defeating arch-rivala Mayo 64-50 and Live Oak 64-66. mile run. broad lump high jump, Iron D. llatfh, club ,rvddtnt. team at Branford lUsh Scfcool. Left .. rifhl are Laadla 8.ts*.
== The Buca took an early lead behind the hot shoot Held SaturdayFor discus, shot M of put Branford and pole will vault be vets all nrmbrra and Gary "..... Wayne mlth. Ray Dentil. Marvin IU.'hrl... and I
Troop Interested men te ke prrafnt far
Injr of Bill Terry and were never headed in the Friday the boat team and will compete. u... ImporUnl me.tlnr.Will.Vton Dave Whltrkld. (D.me rat Staff rate)
I bight nme with Mayo. Terry hit 19 poinU In the first J. L Liston against Troop 3M and Troop Its .
half and fed off to Jerry Sear- of Live Oak. Ribbons will be glv Adult CLIMes Drain Monday At Hranfortl
Nrouch for close In shots in theY which hu contributed to poor Funeral' services were held Saturday en,In each event, medals for the Girls Win Second semester adult classes sited should- register with Principal
half. percentage shooting by opponents.In afternoon In the Hatch highest scoring! ; scouts and tro-
; ab had U point In Saturdays Intr.-cc unty Bend BaptUt Church' for Jew L.Listen. phlea tor ,the championship and Over Ilranfortl 47-36' at Branford Hlih School will.begin Ttrry. .
turned In an clash the Bud toot a IS-lt fist The WUlliton. sins defeated the Monday night, hbrulr I
J< second half and The .... J. P. Uikell and runiMr-up. For each scout par
_ dent defenslTO performance.) quarter lead and were never headed the Rev. John Dicks of Lake City Uclpatlng there will be a specially Branford girls In baikftbaU last Clareace Terry principal of ,Gull Of ThanksWe
Jenny nueU cleaned the board to brine their record to U officiated.Mr. designed patch to wear on his Tuesday night by score of 41-311. Branford lllfh School will\ In' i would like to express our
added 14 points to the romp. vim and five tosaes. The Buwan- LUton. N.pawed away last uniform. Also the Olympic ng The clash was a cue of. height struct classes In math, civic, and thanks and sppreelaUon to our
help wa also received nee Bulldog record U now five Wednesday In a Lake City hoe.pltal will go to the troop that wins and speed against desire and American history.A many friends for the kindness
ID Andy Cheney who had It wins and H s toaaes. following a lengthy ffinea It the event Is successful this hustle displayed by the Branford class of commercial *ub).ct* and love shown us during the Illness -
1- Mint* for the nUht.I Cheney was the Me producer! In Survivors tIIe11d.lie widow year. It will be expanded neat I laaales. and English will be taught on and passim of our loved one.
Coach W, L. Jamerton Bald IMI the rune getting 31 poinU and Ura Afne LUton. two daughter year with more troop partlclpattar. .. The WUlUton girls. who hv Thursday night by Mrs Charles Your call*, visits. food flower,
very pleased wtth the Improvejent playing an excellent floor rune.He Sheryl and Audrey LUton. an of won IT lame In a row. were hard Williams and prayers helped make the
of the Indlvtdal defense put on quite a show for the Lake City; two eon. Leon. Live Trophies tor the Olympic were pressed by the Branford girls, These classes are primarily for burden lifhttr.
fan In the waning_moments fme Oak. and Roeer. Lake City; two designed and built by Troop M oBranford. whose record now Hand at seven sdults who need credits toward a I The family ef
tune with nu rsntasttt drierblhrg sisters, Mrs. Flora Bell and Mrs. The patch for each wins and tour toss**. blab. school diploma. Thoie Inter Andrew Jamcrson
REPAIR SERVICEON tactic Cheney' a freshman Doahle till Branford: two broth- scout were designed by Troop Set -
t playing his first year of vanity ..... Cephus Branford. and Cecil of Live Oak and made by Dan I
ben, baffled the older and eiperimeed Detroit. Mich. Stalnrr of Live Oak. The olymplafUg
Bulldogs. I The deceased was barn la .... was designed and made by
, ALL Terry gave scoring and rebounding -' fayette County and lived' moat ol Troop M of Branford. Rich year,
TYPES aid to the winning cause. his tore In the Hatch Bend com the winning troop win take home Know What You Are Buying ? ?
by pumping in IT points and p"o.1 IOW'II' tJ. the Olympic flag, but In return
OF inc down rebound*, yleseu.as Active pallbearer were Randall must design and donate an Olympic
,
, by far the leading rebounder ol Bell flag for the following year's
JACKS LUton. Bhenrln LUton Ray
the nlfbt getting 1ft and U points.Plmf'e Doyle Ben. Carlos\ Jonea and i' classic Dolomite Products of Ocala has served the liming needa of

EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE key rebounding. to the victory.was an Guard ImporUnt Joel inn.Weaver. Funeral"\ Home of Lake Florida for over thrtyyear! and hat continuously promoted the lime-
[ RATES Kim littler hit baskets when the Hoard Will Meet
t City was In charge of arrange, rock industry throughout the Suwannee Valley area.
ICK UP & DELIVERY p senor was on and played topnotch menta.cote. The Executive Board of the
..; All Work Guaranteed defence. Scarborough wa Brentord Woman's Club will inset
given the Job at vuardln Forward Wednesday afternoon, rwbntatyB Wffeel our Eras ile and customers ..1t.out.1.now what they
i JtMl\IY'S lUehard' Ttw 8f'1Mt.' Town- The. Duce peen W4,2..lt ,.at .:H pjn.-tn tie club tmiw- buying. The following it analysis of a representative rare
an
end made It of his t. points in at the ball and 4I-3I going trite trig All members are urged to be
: Hydraulic Jacks the lat quarter after the Dun the lat eight minutes of play. present sample of dip dolomite. You will find present 15 elements that
: Rout 1, Box 133BRANFORD. held: a eommandinc 2) point lead The nemt game for the Duel utilized
by growing planb.SPECTOGRAPHIC.
i I FLORIDA Ray Cretin Bulldocj forward' will be at home on February 2 are
added 1C point to Lire Oak'i, with Croat City (Offlre Sepfttoe at McMssa's)
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ANALYSIS


LEBANON DOLOMITE

WHY mt Pound
Per Ton
.... Calcium Carbonate (CaC03)Magnesium : 1,170.40
Carbonate) (MfC03) 7 CI8.00
"
Calcium oxide (CaO) I 657.JIO(
; Magnesium oxide MgO) 309.80
SETT1EFOR Carbon dioxide (C02)) 8 G.00
Iron oxide (Fe2O3)) 0.60
Alumina (AI203) 11.40
W Thosphoric Acid (1205): ) uo
Titanium oxide (TIO2)) .080
Manganese) oxide (MnO. ) .080
e Chromium oxide (Cr203)) .0080
; LESS ? Arsenic oxide (As20.1)) .00210
M Sodium oxide (Na20)) 7.80
I : Potassium oxide (K20)) J 9 2.80
Silica (CS1O2)) 7.00
Carbonaceous; matter ((110)) 18.40
d Chlorine (CI) ,120
Nitrogen (N) .1120
Strontium (Rr) % .120
'
tI \ Barium (Us) 4 .0510
Zinc (Zn) .280
Vanadium (V) .010
Copper (Cu) .010
Cobalt (Co) 'I \.ooeo
Boron (U) .0080
6.20
: Sulphur (8)) *
fluorine (K) 2.080


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JANUARY 28,1965
PACE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA NU

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More Than 90% Pine ,'" A Deafening Crescendo Release TurkeysIn

and Crackers Makes

Seedling Planting In Florida Over : Soup Great Winter Pickup Man Is Now Trying To Hush ItchtuchneeRiver


One And One-Half Billion Since 1928: Noisiest Century In History Hammock

,.... ..
: !! '' Washington The screech, boom, roar, and wail of LAKE CITY -- Seven 1
More than one and one-half billion tree seedlings r'r'I'I'I : turkeys
have been planted in Florida since 1928, according to : the 20th century seem to be reaching a deafening crescendo were released in the Itchtuckn

figures released today by the Florida Forest Service f I f'/'"".. I River miles Hammock approxlm.one .
horns north
automobile of
cleaners, beeping Itchtucbw
7" Whining vacuum
The information comes from the annual "Summary; Springs\ on the
and Suwannee
boats,
of Seedling Planted Counties 1963-64." The report I II" harping power mowers sputtering motor) ut
by : Columbia County line, br the
Has a breakdown of the number 01 ifiJ screeching portable radios are except In emer- Game and Fresh Water
mobile honking ft*
tree seedlings in each creating such a tumult that the
planted out.Most Commission
rubber or on January
gencies. Paris requires 21
of trees are
the planted millions
Florida county by forest indus nation is now spending
old offender Regional Manager
that
and produced and sold at cost from of dollars trying to find some way plastic padding on BranUn
tries, private landowners, on lid A Goodson stated that
can this
Forest Service nurseries, the garbage area
Florida
to
bll
the national and state forests. It can hear Itself think in years ample habitat
but several of the state's large the National Geographic German policeman may Issue a suitable for turk
The grand total is 1,542,220,308. come though
whose televsilon eye none have
also have nu summons to anyone been '
paper companies Pl'eloent
More than 90 per cent of the series. Society aays.Already set can be heard outside. for the past few yearsw,
seedlings were Florida's versatile quiet conversations degenerate -
believe that
Plantings in Suwannee County But silence may cause problemstoo. by stocking this area
slash pine.. during the reported period were: into shouting matchesas The National Bureau of a turkey population sufficient to
Tree planting in Florida Is garbage disposal units menacingly Standards Washington has an provide good hunting :
1928-1963. 50,404,756; 1963-64. I can be crc
normally carried on In the 598,600; for a total for the 192 1'-1' grind and suck, dishwashers anechoic ("no-echo") chamber ated." he said.Turkeys .
months of December to February. 64 span of years of 52,003,55, pound and gurgle, heating systems with Fiberglas wedges that absorb used in the Commls.
This report does not include trees Acreage on which seedlings were throb and hiss and Jet air more than 99 per cent of the slon's stocking: program are trip. A
being planted this winter which planted in this county is estimated planes roar overhead.As sound striking them. Designed to ped from areas which contain
will add an estimated 75 million. at 75,476 acres. the din mounts, so do pro test microphones) the room Is so large turkey population, but for
Counties leading In number ol Total plantngs for the 1928-6 ft. b i ie tests. Doctors charge that noise quiet that a visitor suddenly becomes various reasons are closed to pub-
trees planted during last year's period in nearby counties totaled causes ailments ranging from conscious of his own body lie hunting They are trapped *
1963-64 season were Bay County 62.40U38 seedlings in Columbia deafness to fatigue. A German noises: gurgling stomach, beating the early morning and transported .
with more than 10 million, Walton County and 28.806,419 in Oilchrls :: _I study indicates that the noise of heart, perhaps even the hiss and by airplane to be released on
with more than 6 million. Es- County 19,700,542 In Lafayette, fruit fruit la boiler factories, railroad stations throb of blood in his arteries their new range before nlghtha
cambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,, 40,585,947 in Hamilton County, Soup of and trackers makes-that fa- Crackers. for Pile desiert-plckers.the and airports stunts the growth "When a person first enters the Ooodson said that by this method
vorlt the compote
a
years- manya
and Levy each planted more than and 61.695.111 in Madison Coun- lunch and supper something and weakens the hearts of nearby room, he Imagines that pressure of trapping and Quick release, ft.talltles .
3 million last season. special or it should I SOUTH OF THE BORDER children. Canadian researchers Is being applied to his ears," says due to shock and telf-in.!
In the grand totals recorded ty.Monroe County planted only 6,. So often it's the "quick" mealto CHILI SOUP gave rats ulcers and literally physicist Walter Kotdaru "But Jury are greatly reduced.
since 1928 when Florida began its 710 seedlings during the period on be relied upon by homemakers.Just ;4 ni't' rhnpped IInioD drove them crazy with loud this feeling usually disappears Bill McDuttle and Roy Thomai
Intensive reforestation program, 10 acres for the lowest record In open a can of soup and heat, 1 tablee/ or margarine sounds. when he gets accustomed to the of the Columbia County Hound
pile the crackers on a plate, and, l ounces
Taylor County leads with more the state Martin County had 5 3 (that's it. Just a few extra minutes 1 raw beet( ) condensed cUU Man's autonomic nervous system quiet atmosphere. Upon leaving and Deer Club Q R. Hook and
than 78 million trees planted to acres planted in trees during the \ will turn that standby meal 1 soup soup ran water respond to loud sounds by the room, he suddenly becomes Alex Purcell of the Suwannee
date Santa Rosa and Walton period, Indian River Count ,Into a real surprise treat for your Vt ray cooked whole kernel com i, raising his blood pressure, heart very aware of the noisy environ River Sportsmen's Club, and other
Counties are close behind, plantIng planted 126 and Broward set out 'family. With all the hard work In ,cook onion In butter! rate respiration and blood SUgar ment in which we live. interested sportsmen from both
77 and 7( million, respectively. 134 acres. Palm Beach with all its done for you (the seasoning, until saucepan tender Add loop gradually The mere pop of a paper bag counties were present to view th
blending, simmering), the ,
j. vast acreage put only 150 acres In needs only your deft additionsto loup stir in water; Add com., sends blood rushing to the brain. release, which was made by wad-
More than 91 million trees were trees during the time. add sparkle to the menu. Heat; stir now and then Makes Studies show noise lowers work In Florida there is no closed life Officers Wallace Kirby, Ctrl!
'planted In Florida last season. Other counties with less than Make the soup and crackers a 2 to 3 servings. efficiency, increasing errors by hunting season or bag limit on Hawkins, and Leon Walker,
The aU-time record was established 1,000 acres devoted to tree planting real flavor team. typists and machine operators. raccoon, rabbit, bobcat, or opossum .
during the 1958-69 season during the period were St Here's one way to turn this TORTILLA CRACKERS Urban residents commonly suffer however, a hunting license
with popular combo Into a ipeclal occasion shredded mild pl'IICWIlheM: loss due to Is School Supplies! at MeCrimMi)
when 197 million trees were set Lucie with 342 acres, DeSoto W cup : some hearing ma- required. (
Go "south of theborder"
menu.
I It saltine erasersF'
with 590 ---- -- --
573 acres Hendry acres with canned condensedchili cup shredded lettuce > chine-age clangor
and Plnellas with 806 acres marked by the Protests against noise are nothing -
Dade County planted 1,292, extras l.whole kernel corn and Spread cheese en crackers. Broil new In the horse and buggy For The Beat In
If you were born inv Hlllsborough 6,755 acres, and Du chopped onion and accompany until hot and bubbling. Garnish era philosopher Arthur Schopen-
of odd. val 48,729 acres In trees during the soup with Tortilla with lettuce hauer complained: "No sound, bet
January
an ,
ROOFING
M. r this time. ever so shrill, cuts: so sharply CALL COLLECT
numbered year, renew Walton County had 122,52: Burma MissionaryWhite Former Bulldogs Play Into the brain u this cursed

your drivers[ license acres in plantings for the large Springs! Visitor On NFJC Cage, TeamA cracking of whips. You can feel STANDARD ROOFINGand
acreage In the state for this pur- the sting of the lash right inside
WHITE SPRINGS Miss Ell item released this week
this month. pose. Taylor Is'second with 119,. news JOur head." The bacteriologist
ada B. Mann, missionary-nurse, by North Florida Junior Collegeat
364 acres in trees and Santa Rosa Robert Koch warned: "One day
director of nurses and nursing Madison on their basketbal SHEET METAL CO.
is a close third with 118,659 acreEarth's man will have to fight against .
Reece BrownCOUNTY education Seventh Day Adventist team this season mentioned that noise as bitterly u against cholera 211 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244-2648 t e
Hospital Rangoon Burma, will be James Poole, Live Oak, had play FREE BONDED
least populated area guest speaker at the White ed a lot of ball this season as one and peat"Cities VALDOSTA'S BEST .
JUDGE outside the polar regions Is Saudi Springs Woman Club, February of the Important reserves on the u tar apart u Memphis ESTIMATES ROOFERS Is .
Arabia's vast "Empty and Moscow have banned auto
Quarter" I, at 7:45 p.m. team.
Miss Mann went to Burma and Listed among others playing
remained 13 yeara... head of on the squad was John Flood, also
nursing at the Seventh DaAd- of Live Oak.Serving ,

You Are began rentlst in Mission 1947 The Hospital mission which hubeen 7 P; FINAL'IlfPtfJt
Invited ToDrake's established in Burma about In U. S. Navy jJ

50 years. US 8 AMERICA (CVA-6O I
She and hi mother are Tilling .FHTNO.Jan. I Aviation Or-
Florida and they will returnto dnancFdtan Airman Travis O CLEARANCE

their Ohio home after her Sapp, USN, son of Mr, and Mrs f.
speaking engagement In White R, L. Sapp, 537 Colonial St.. Live
LaundryOPEN Springs, Oak, Is a member of the commissioning /
Miss Mann will present an illustrated crew aboard the Navy's SALE
lecture on Burma showng newest attack aircraft carrier the
color slides taken during her Lies America, operating out of
stay there
The public Is cordially invited Portsmouth. :

HOUSE to attend. (Office! Supplies at McCrimon's) LADIES CORDUROY

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Thurs. Jan. 28 : MATERIAL


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laundry ''to Live ,Oak with ie


their new Free 24-Hour Oxygen-Equipped Radio-Dispatched Ladies

AMBULANCE SERVICE
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TO SUWANNEE COUNTY RESIDENTS ; e DRESSES

Ticket Operated MachinesCome Phone 362-3333 I

JAMES B. DANIELS FUNERAL HOME e SKIRTS '" !

and see our beautiful new ticket .r.1 ...........OME.........OWNED......,.,?AND,..,?OPERATED 1.t., ttt, ,,..,,,,..,r

operated washers and dryers. Also a e SLIM JIMS

large coin operated washer that washesup

to 25 Ibs. of clothes.

e BLOUSES'i:i 2

TICKET MACHINE e SWEATERS '

LIVE OAK FLORIIH rilONI 1J1U
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BOX OffiCE st'f IER SCUCDVUC BLAZERS

COIN OPERATED Saturday Opens 11I_Mvle 1N: : PRICEBED
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WATER SOFTENERSDRAKE'S CARTOON Values To $12.95
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965 HURSDAY,JANUARY 28,1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT,UVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN
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I PAGE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 28,196$ ,


r WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF II Pine Level Williston Wins Branford Judge Brown Is

I. THE

Suwannee Livestock Market Mr. and Mrs Carl Tressler visited were dinner guests of Mr. and Over Branford Personals 1 Speaker Branford
Valley Mr. and Mrs. Loy Richardson I Mrs. W. L. Olive Sunday
Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Billy Browningand
Demand was reported to be for li.25-$1850; standards went Rev. Charles Johnson of Ferry children of Opellka. Ala.. and By 5146 CountThe Miss Joann Thomas, student at Woman's ClubThe
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. of Live Oak the University of Florida spent
good 1! At the Suwannee Valley for $1300-11625; and one utility Mrs. Becky Browning
Branford Boos lost to the the week end at home with her
Ltveatock Market sale January 20, was auctioned at $12.25. Ellis Baxter spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Branford Woman's Club
particularly for thin stacker cows Standard heifers sold for 12. Mr, and Mrs. Drew Holmes R. W. Moseley. WUIlston Red Devils December 19 parents Mr, and Mrs. W. B. met Wednesday afternoon January
Cattle and calves sold that date 00-$1400 while utility heifers spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nlssley and by a snore of (1-48.The tame was Thomas. 20, In the club building with
marred by cold hooting from Mn. OUe Hancock of Ocala returned lira R. a. Griffith,
totaled 332 compared with 2G9 brought $11,00$13.00.Standard Rufus McMullen In Live Oak. daughter. Diane, of Blountstown president,
as
the previous week. Trading for and good cows sold Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Hayes and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs both qulnti In the first halt. The home Sunday after spending presiding. Mr*.W. M. Howell' cave
half time score was 16-15 in favor several days here :Mr. the .
moderately active. At $1200-$15.25; utility cow children of Live Oak spent Sunday Norman Anders. Robert Anderireturned visiting devotion.Mrs.
the Slaughter day was steers and calves brought $11.00-$1400 while those with Mr. and Mrs. B. P. to Bristol with them after of Branford. The Branford five I and Mrs. W B. Thomas and 8. L. Townsend. chairman
weak to 60o lower, heifer of Inferior grade went for $9.00- Hayes and attended services at spending the week here with managed only two baskets In family. of the public Affairs committee
were their first 20 shots and at the half
Pine Level Church. his parents.Mr. Mrs. Palmer Daughtry and introduced Suwannee County
Bold $1.00 lower 1.00 with lower.cows Bulls steady were 810.60.Calves, 250-500 Ibs., graded Mr. and Mrs. Marty Raveletteof and Mrs. I* P. Fortner visited was shooting only 18 per cent. family of Lake: City spent Saturday Judge Reece Brown who spoke
with spots $ choice, sold for $17.50-$19.25: Klamath Falls, Oregon visited Will Bennett In the Phila- The third quarter was all Wll- visiting Mr and Mrs. R. E. I on public affairs and brought out
strong.Feeder-stocker steers were steady good calves brought $15.00-$18.00: Mr. And Mrs. L. P, Fortner Wednesday delphia. Community And his Ilston as they took a commanding Hatch. the fact that women are not ae-
with spots ".00 higher, heifers standards went for $13.00-'16.00: daughter Mrs. W. O. Thomas of tense 37-26 lead using a fast break of- Mrs. Wayne Barber and family tie enough In public affairs. The
were steady to COc higher, and utility calves in this weight Mr. and Mrs. William Moore Jacksonville, Sunday.! Auburn combined with a famed have spent the put several daysIn Judge urged the ladies of the club
shuffle
.00 and In realized $1300-$1400 with a few were supper guests of Mr. and Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent Brooksrllle with her mother. to take A more Active part In public
to "
cows were strong low $10.00. Mrs. H. M. Moore Saturday night. Saturday night with Marilyn The Dues: made their move in The twin daughters of the Barbers Affairs In our county.
Calves over selling as as
2.00
spots $ higher 150-250 Ibs Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs Olive. the fourth quarter using a full have been ill and were hospitalized During the business meeting
weighing
BOc Calves
250 Ibs. were steady to fully Carl visited court press. The score was cut to In Brooksvllle. Mn. W. R. Rill
while calves under 250 Ibs and grading standard with a few Tressler Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tresaler district director.
higher
45-43 .
were 600 to $2.00 higher. goods brought $13.25-$1850; util- Misses Louise Faye and Joyce Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner'I' but Branford ran Into fould Announced' A 'workshop to be beta
trouble and the hot handed Devils
Three-fourths of the supply ity sold for $11.00-$15.75; and a Hayes, Virginia Fay Clark, and Thursday. i Baptist; WMU Holds In Tallahassee, January 27. And
feeder-stockers while few Inferiors went for $12.00- Marilyn Olive enjoyed a slumber Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent kept the game out of reach. the district sewing contest to fcp
sold
nearly as half of the total were $13.00. party Friday night! at the homeof Sunday with Louise, Faye, and The offensive threat for the Royal Service MeetThe held In Perry on March 10. ,P*
Beth Ann Lepper. Burs was Forward BIB Terry who .. A luncheon meeting for the
calves. Hogs sold at the market on this Joyce Hayes.Beachvillc W.M.U. of the First Baptist
Standard and low good slaughter date totaled 788. down slightly Mrs. Melvin Sapp and 'baby Bobo ripped Griffith the nets burned for 20 the points Puce Church in Branford held Its near future WAS. discussed..!

steers went for fl800-$1875 from the 003'sold the previous with a 21 point effort. The Bucs' Royal Service meeting last Monday -
while utility animals in this grade week. I I record now stand at 10 wins and night January: 18. at the Branford Baptist Choir
brought ll4.SO-m.25. Mixed grades, 180-210 Ibs., and five losses.Wildlife'p'lant. church. The program was entitled'
Good (extreme overfills) heifers 210-240 lb. barrows and gilts sold ___ "Christ For 'ibeeubanl';. Taking Festival Participant
; sold at 142J-$16.75: standards for $18.79: 240-270 Ibs. went for The attendance was good at Mr. and Mrs Martin Beach and part in the program were Mrs. The choir of the Flnt Baptist
went for $1400-81875: and $1600; 160-180 Ibs. cleared at Sunday School last Sunday con sons. Scott and Randy, of Gainesville Allen Price. Mrs. Leona Ounter Church of Branford under the direction -
I Utility brought $1200-81425.<< $18.95; 140-180 lbs sold at $14.75: sldertng the rainy weather wen guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dorsett, Mrs. Fred of O. H. Munch participated
l Cutter and utility cows went 120-140 Ibs. brought $1410 as did Lena Pearl Tldwell. youngest Mn. Willie Beach Saturdajr af- Jones. Mrs. R. O. Griffith and in the Suwannee Assocla-
r for $10.00-113.25 and a few canners those In the 100-120 class; and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ternoon. Willie went home with Seed Available Mrs. Thomas Fletcher. Mrs. Dor- tkmal Music Festival held at the
: brought $8BO-$900. 80-100 Ibs. realized 1405. Tidwell was a patient in the LakeShore them returning home Monday af sett dismissed the meeting with Pint Baptist Church of Live Oak
f Utility and yearling commercial Most sows, 180-400 Ibs. clearedat Hospital a few days last ternoon. Wildlife planting materials prayer. Sunday afternoon. .
.; bulls brought 814.00-81873; cutters $12.75-$13.25 while those in week but we are glad she was able Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tldwell Available here now officials of The 20 member choir sang two
sold for 11100-81500 while the 400-600 range sold for 11.75 to return home Saturday And II I were guests of L. R. Thomas and I the Suwannee River Soil Conservation Boy Scouts To Hold aeleet.1ona.We Beheld His Glory"
canners realized $800-81100. 81225. Boars were sold at 700. doing nicely family near Bell Sunday. ; District announced here And -No Room, taken from
1 One good calf sold for $1800; Medium and good feeder pigs Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Mr. and Mn. Otto Townsendand this week. Car Wash Saturday "Night Of Miracles" by John W.
.. standards brought $''.00-$11.00; sold for $1600-81875 while some appointment with the Mikesvlll daughter, Marinelle. of Lake Blcoler lespedesa a shrub Boy Scouts of Branford win Fetenon. -
and a few utility sold at 1300. weighing over 70 Ibs. were downto Advent Christian Church Sunday City were guests of Mr and Mrs. which produces seed that quail hold a car wash at the scout Other choirs taking part were
II Choice feeder-atocker steers $13.00 W. H. TIdwell Friday eat. can be purchased. It la usually house Saturday: January 30 beginning from the Westwood Baptist
Bold for $18.79-819.25: goods went One sow and eight pigs sold Miss Marvanelle Odom. youngest planted In three foot rows and at B:00 un. and ending :Church And the First Baptist
for $66.00 for the lot. Production Of daughter of Ref and about one to two feet In the row at 5:00 pm.Serval .Church of Live Oak
Marvin Odom has been A with total planting covering approximately similar car washes are These choir were Invited to attend -
DO YOU HAVE AN "' Boatright Attends PaintCompany' for the second: time In the Mra'i a quarter acre. Each planned throughout the year. the district festival to be
Alcohol Problem?:i' Seminar Electric Power nee County Hospital In Live such planting when establishedwill The scouts are working to earn held At A later date..
support a covey of QuaiL .
f with A throat infection but enough money to buy special
I
We now have in Live Oakan Donald R. Boatright, managerof are glad that she Is home again Also available for sale art part summer' uniforms for its members. The truth hurts people who do
AA Group ready to the Live Oak store of Sherwln Has 10% Gain and doing very well. ridge peas and reseedlng eowpeaa. not Bke to face facts.
help Williams Co., attended A recent I Mrs. Jack Kennedy and daughter Small one quarter to one half I "
you.WRITE new developments seminar of Production of electricity In Jan, Mrs. Luther Adkins and acre, plantings may be made of 1
the firm In Cleveland Ohio. Florida has Increased at a rate of Mrs. Sanford Beach were business either of these in odd areas of
P. O. Box 591, The seminar included a visit to about 10 per cent A year during visitors in Gainesville Saturday cultivated fields and open wood SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
I LIVE OAK the paint company's Chicago factor the put decade, making It the morning. areas. .
OR CONTACT YOUR )' and laboratory, demonstrations fastest growing of the major Seed can be ordered by contacting ,
on new paint products and measures of Florida's economy either John Hampton or H. B. : KELLY
,
Minister :
Physician or sessions covering1 the latest trendsIn the Florida" State Chamber of Two Students NamedOn Russell Parsons at the local district '. .

color. Commerce reported In Its Weeky Dean's List office in the Agriculture f| Phone 362-2442 ,
Building
Business Review released yestrday .
J Two Dean's Lists announced a McALPlrTT FLORIDA

A Thought For Today '"The total output of all elec- this week Included students from Optimism to more Important to.
trio plants in the state amountedto Suwannee County among those business than cash to to buyen. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED..
r By BBODY C. HARRIS about 22 billion kilowatt-hours earning Inclusion on the honor

through September of last year. scholastic roll. a ... Average out of A possible Let M. Know_ Not Your Neighbor
II "OUR CHARACTERS ARK THE RESULT OP OUR CONDUCT.1 Both publto and private plant) Patricia M. Wool.,. Live Oak 40 tot the preceding quarter
I""' With th> torciotne quotation tt appear* that .OT f 4 br this production waa listed among those making
t
Aristotle may have penned the first 'chicken or total. the U., at Lake City Junior Col
egg" riddle. Whether conduct is born of character lege. In
order to be eligible at this
I as Aristotle pointed out, character Is a byproduct I "This amount was up 10 percent school A student must carry a
I II and WAS made up of 20,470
of conduct, the simple fact remains that regular academic load of at teat WHYYOU
I the two enjoy a remarkably close kinship 000,000 kilowatt-hours producedfor 12
semester hours and earn A
I It to not to take exception to the original quo- general utility purposes and
grade
tation, but It would appear at first glance that for resale to all customers large point average of B or above
conduct, in a physical sense, should rather accurately and small. Monthly gains in utlU during the semester and receive
express the qualities and the natural and ty; electric production ranged as no grade lower than A C.
acquired traits which are part and parcel of char- high as 16 per cent In June with Richard Kdon Jones Branford SHOULD BEINTERESTED
-.. acter. the March gain of 6 per cent be- senior at Valdosta State College
In any event, character and conduct will In all Inr the lowest. was among the 121 students llste
but A few unusual cases follow remarkably parallel paths. for the honor at the Valdosta 1
"Electric power produced by:
large manufacturing plants for Oa.. four-year college. To be ell.
the first Hole for the honor at this school.
their during
own usa
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE nine months of last year amounted senior college students must have I

t For Suwannee County ReiklenUBRODY to 1,488,000.000 kilowatt-hours,
8 per cent more than during the .n
C. HARRIS like period of 1983. This gain u
significant and to the largest Increase
since 1159 In the quantityof IN THE DAVIDBROWN

SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME manufacturing electricity generated plants. by these

Licensed Funeral Director 'Fuel' used In Florida through
825 S. Ohio Avenue September last year for the production
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA of this electric power was
made up of 1,458,000 short tons 01 1
coal (up 12 per cent: 17.528.000
PHONE 362.1234 barrels of oil (up IT per" cent) See you of the 1965
and 71 billion cubic feet of gas FLORIDASTAlE
about the same as In 18 3.M

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