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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 1965 VOL. 80, NO. 38



Rftolution Adopted 'Accredit Or Close Committee j

Policy For Admitting Students To [ ReportsExtension



County Schools Is AnnouncedContained I homemaker Luncheon GuetttFanner McAlpin, Clayland And Wellborn

In official minutes adopted September 24

last the Suwannee County Board of Public Instruction --' ''- .-- -_.--"" Schools
year by ? '1\. :' arw' >t' r A ..7'e Affectc4p
and published thia week on page 12 of this edition of .." ,' .' ,.." "' I ( RY
the Suwannee Democrat is this county's answer to legal ./ .j. .p' School commissioners iHfttr\jWMun f ) here Tuesday

demands for a plan_ for the integration of SuwanneeWSS&A took under advisement a reWmmendatlon made to them

County schools M (., by the Suwannee County School Board Advisory Committee
A suit baa been filed tn Federal ? which in substance advocated the closing of the Me-

Court at Jacksonville caning on Alpin School at the close oL the current: school year, i
this county to take certain ac- _
rntfar of nil and th gnd.e at
tion. Tuesday, the school board
Clayland and Wellborn, and definite -
bad not aa yet received a copy of Tobacco Meeting steps to provide accredited
the suit, and bad no Idea or,the
WIU Loalo. C. W.asworth Here February 17 schools at Clayland and Wellborn
details! act forth In It
j
or clone UMM also when adequate
The board pointed out that It Tk teal Elks Udf cUbrwa .
facilities are available elsewhere,
Busy day.Tuesday had had no application from a wUI M the .IU for the '
wa ont of the busiest colored student attend a white I 1th a..n..l tUbllliatUn district Chairman U M Crtwa Jr.
days I haft tpent In many a year school and no application from a __tln( for &ehHa I........ In board chairman, told Commute
and the matters beard and dlacuaaed Chairman Clarence Ratllff. the
dUtrkt It announced
white student to attend a colored' M\I war
could prove of immense achool. Until such applications his wrek.Tb board appreciated the work of hla
to this county's future. committee and that the recommendation -
Importance
are received the board felt no meting will b. held tn I I
action on their part should be Wednesday, February IT, and would ba carefully I
Th day began aa normal with taken.! will begin tt t:M ,... conaldered
a break at nine-thirty to appear Delay In publishing the minutes lUllr W. Still Jasper lobaeMsrawrr Other board members expressed
with Clarence Ratllff at the has been occasioned by an wee ta .In>tt.r for the approval of Crews' statement and
school board meeting to discuss extra heavy load brought about dMrlrt, laid the meeting would creed Use should bo allowed for
the advisory committee report on by a chance tn administration give briibt leaf farmrn an ,,- cttlaena. of the county to discus
schools at McAlpla. Clayland.and and the beginning of a new school cflWnt ooportanlly lo learn UM proponed changes f
Wellborn. Th ultimate dev Buperlntetndent Henry MPolaom mere shout tb. central arocram Bailiff told the board the report -
clalon In this matter It I* hoped year, t lalnf'd. The minute ...* seals joined SMiiton of homemaker clubs three Ik* event for the llh ..- they arfrwhflmlnily a,arovdarlltf bore unanimous approval of "
will result In children now attending .containing the resolution adopted Baal ammhl..en'acbem given tack year wader aatplees! of the evenly _t.eL I. Ik* left this year.District the It-man committee named to '
throe schools being enrolled In September art published In ..- panel ..... left U rUkt. Mrs R.r "., .. the former Mrs Jeanetto lick, a fonwr .... agent ta tab study school condltlona In the '
In schools that an state. aeerdetted queno with others during that .....'1 M.... Ckarttt Hula aveaUeat *f UM cotmty eoMCII aM who. presided si T....".. ruckeu ). county I ITb.
within two years, for I period.Th | M HIM Euikw Or..'. male speaker el u.. tvaatl ass ...... steal here when elaba wr fed Member full report presented to the I
firmly aubacrtb to the advisory resolution la patterned at.' ergs..... TlM rltbl peel fen to right picture Mb Jeaa Meadow" wb* I Ie new ......., bile achool board read:
commlttet'B thinking that no ter others adopted by North FlorIda steel. UM fln4 for UM ...."1 ..... Ma Jo Oarr...... retreat .... agent for ......... CoaatyiaM Road Board Has Tht physical plant aub-eom- I
school child tn this county ahould counties and la reported to Mile Berate ........ tamer IMMM ..rat, wit .....,... early tab. year .. ai*" t similar poolUea mltte of the Ruwanne County
be required to attend a school haft been ruled acceptable fey a .ta FrsakJla Cae..,. (Democrat IWf .......) School Board Advisory Commute
that does not meet state accreditation Federal Judge sa a plan of achoolIntegra Conference I Here I baa completed Its study of
standard Uon. present facllltlea and future needs.
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School board members at their Awarded ..tiE. Grayly Speaker Second DUtrlct Road Doard at MeAlpln, aaytand and Well- ,
At noon. I It war my privilege to meeting her Tuesday reaffirmed Cay Member C. William Btaufort who born.
attend the Hth annual luncheon the contents of the resolution aa WM named to UM data board by Public! meetings were held at
held by the home demonstration the policy of this county In admitting Contract ForDiagnostic Home Demonstration Council Recalls tomnof Iltydon Bum, flatted each site with patron of the ..-
county council for the board 0'ooun&1 pupils to the schools of the Buwinneo County Hoard of clout schools by the Committee.

enmmlaaloncra and other IN.I Coaltoawd *. Fact 11) 30 Years Holds Annual Luncheon CommUilonrra Tuesday after Chairman Clartne II. Ratllff.
official Lab ; noon II* told them ha would not and school official at which fact
It was Interesting to me to hear Interfere In their business and and figures were tipUlntd and
Mrs. Fred Rut and Miaa Eunice: Cross) Building New Mlas Eunice Grady first In an unbroken line of modern would have to lam Ui. iecondary dlaciuaed.
Orady wean events of the puts Store-Retidence ------ day home acenta in this county, and Mri. Fred Haas, historian road program of tM county Patrons at all thrte alte. Indicated -

year What made It more In- for the county council provided Interesting, sidelight Beaufort, a native of South a strong desire. for these
temtmg no doubt waa the fact lt I| Contraction has ..... *. Into work done by the ladles of the county under Carolina, former Eastern AirLines schools to bt continued but agreed
toff brick b.B41a Moth
waa my duty and privilege to re- a the extension: program for the peat 30 years. pilot and now president of decisions mad could to baaed on-
Ohio Arena to koaw emaalls -
pee. each WMMooteaa UM* hap a TIM WMiton wa UM Itu\\ McCall mewled .ln Jaclanm t viii. \T.p Mr blast to M L.
It'to. 1 1s ,
sal t
,... :I to.. esuvracaOl wboattloa anenteuswPe ns.ess.-n--1 -A- u nar.e..ra te .w
wart began and how Miss ten for JUa. L a.... TktM hew each rear In Fcbnurr and UM county' council In "at nato priority for primary road, ability to provide aawtditedaerMoU
Orady was. the one who realty sot < ator*..reoH.fM* to aorta home drmoMtrttton women of while Slim Orady war BOOM at. Member of th* comroUUmi said!I throostMut the county.
the show on the read ... duet hew Ch..' owns Tie Utt wonty to npraia appmlft* end they were Vitally Interested hifourlanlni Th Goounltte. tonaldora\ many!
TAM program baa don much to rae lt, aM la north af UM rewetly e Um for rapport of their work. It IN* I c....... MI ram I) 139 from I-i/ &0DranlGr4. fact In Its study and feel he 1.llowing <.
aomtratlfd of flc. of Dr. 1 \ Item .bed led .
tmprov hotnt Uf. In Buwanne wmi aUo tnt both annlrenary OHanrrtMe reflect .preent <
County and one only bas to eon- TkoBMMfeoU.Oow of MUblUhlnt horn ai- I. 'The nw road board member status ef these aehoola:
I tract to retroaptct rural life today laW to world elUeeloao sots wader UM tiUtuton wrrte. County Commissioners was accompanied by District Enltner 1. That all three schools do not
at eaR the loealU. k* stow Jim Brewer, who sold plan meet requirement. for atat accreditation.
with Out of M rearm too to reans The bessawet .f UM FirM Change Mrti Date
.......*. for a brIde over Rock Creek on \ .
the treat strides that bate WettMtdtM Church hen was UM
tm SMtik of Ooo fwooealhaaUoai O..aly ..*mtmt mrn .. .... the White Springs Rood were on I. That principal and teacher
; been made to home maUnc.Frota a .... bwbI. .....- solo .f UM g*the bU Th and nttlnwu barhues aims ben Teelay ....... the drawing board and nearing bl each one estimate that from
for
to to slog tnwted by Tow many ytara. their ..eeia. M that .*to toroMMvosM ..
to held Tufotdat. February' s. the c No. I C* m Fag II I (No. I CMllnaed **) Page I)
In* Ittschaea It WM .
... Cowatey Motor. aeM.oDIM *. February IT alIS
the Beard of County Comnlsatonerl tvnter ....unc dNi of UM board.
woJamMB ttMrated toe by :N as*, at whirl Us* they
satetlaff to UM temporary Morris> .*..* aM Leo N. MeCtw ..... Cbtrtte' Hunter. prttidrnt wlU par .M..o..lb MU aMIriMoet McDonald Named Chairman 1965]
Cmrtnou ta naet BID aeutor&, DeuIL of UM Mitnty council presided. other b..i.**a that I
Oovtreor 1Wre' sriMUon as dlatrtct ...... to kd .... UM Otters having a part ta Introduction May ...a* tofor Ik* board.
road board ...,. eels seam ., ... sewtwrlyM4 DL T. J.i.unusTAli.AllAghllR .f IUMU wore U,.. Jack TIM Fekmary IT reconvened House Committee On Personnel
I ltt.d UM way BUI Beaufort ef Blckway ISt to UMNortk Lord and Mr*. Wallace DoatrishLMra. meeting will replies IM mat!
talked. Be baa a wamth that riorta* rr4atto. Credit CowtrueUon Haaa. haa written.. a de- mulct that would kav. keenkM TattahajM Feb. a Speaktrdealgnat .
Ralph Powers lacked: and 1 foal AsssrtaUiai far aa) .,.* win to starting this month tatted history of home drmonttra- Ftbniary It.Tkl K. O Itowell today announced
ear soaamhartnnata win tt' along toJUlac she, JIM to west II. on UM Swatine* County animal son wet In Buvanntt County, .* *kt. was a.*.. to per* UM appointment of n...-
are. with UM Jeeksonrm dviiI. aid ... Msaalalat proyertr to tftseaa dl* 'noUe laboratory It from which slam used tiwrpU to .14 booed _...,. to allied a r..ntatin Leon N. McDonald .'.,
WM at that .... to ales ..- war announced Wednesday by Ml tntemUnItem. In UM hto- oonreaUoN ......... on tkelrregular of Buwannot County aa chairmanof
Beaufort I* k P.*t president of Uo. to I..., EaterorW ., HMuloner Doyl Conner tory of the nomntnt eelag date. ., r..,*- are House Commute on Personnel

the JaekaoOTOle area Chaaber efCemmrre Jacaaoavma. IX.. | c..ua.. *. ran II. The lint IMMM demonstration, ary U. .
*. reaBaea the Importance ReprttenUUv McDonald a retail
of eoBiajumltMS such .. canto grocer at Live Oak float was
the stars and aapiaaatd a w0IngtMo Ftaturnl At Annual Football lion qurtY I tlocted to the house In IN4 and
to accept augxeaUonetrea ,*-.IIIcW In INS and INS Prior
+ heal legatlona aa to what 1 r rylA.yc r 'y- -r to entering legislative aervlot h*
road button .to ...... + r war a number of IJv Oak CUy (
Council for two four-y0u term
later that afternoon there was .yc ""Th commute en per""nrl|
another trtp to UM school board + JaM the rosponaibituy foe adequately
t. ....* with three UM rewlutton staffing! UM IMMIM with
that appear* on Pa** 11 el eompttent .or......" captained
this newspaper.' f a Speaker Rowed. Thla rwponaibtUty .
This .......... whteh pets out Is. well known to person* laml-
to detail this ....,'. Han for liar with the IvetolaUv. peas

admtortan to UM schools ben ...1110I a* welt known to the pub-
eould wta to CM *l the mat totportent v lie generally

donaaMBta era adopted The tompeteM ef the em-
to this _t1.lf It wffl ..ttonMkad .,t .
1'e (No. I Ceslh.ed o. Faao SI COM N. N.DoN.ILII .
to totosnUea af the school

to this Bounty.At .
a eMIt I waa .rtqrired to 1,11'1'1. IltJlIn .tw"",,,
take sailor ell I (dst Bke aria
.U. bat I took H.At a
ej* ..... I drat like ...... Bulldog Stars Get Awards At

rattoa.to4 a* I heard en. saaaj
say this week I Soot ban tort Annual Roosters Grid Banquet
taw essay leg M other plate to

to or ..... M to any ether ...... v football player, their parents and date*, cheer
aa wises atf awaBtry teas sa* .1 'b11y Itwdrs. ........ nv HdW east. se gases ........ tw t' p".w'Afn leaden and their dates, and some school official joined

have to toft soaaethtoa-base dart to as Ik* aces, i....-a Wi* sibyl football ....... tots to Ik* I I I A members of the Hulidoff Itooottrs Club of rVjwsnnee! High.

. take tea UM K. tot I tats M> tods n. *feaa perwa .....g etJeaort* less IDiamtUy klcM. Wttk klo to Ik. *44. .a**. tchool last Thursday night/ for the annual football awards

aaaka sa* tte It. b .......... ..%' oooHi Wyaaaaj T...... banquet sound- br the club. Uaav school offish_nn__.
?bee we artgb as waO lass p N q IM baMBuot to ai.-.
acts and aft atom *ato tynaaMarTT sad UM reffwlar .IIHIIIW ai....... of loader Came
-aIty .54 .mt lid .. ... .. UM .... right .sortor am ,...., ...... left with UM I.. UM ".aftIIM County SkboolBoa4 Pull

at ....... Net. that bet ml l.. ye** tray Milntoi ...,. cider. wk* ,...l... UM Advisory. CiMuaUte.. Here Saturday Nlgbj k'
that Mart rlto Dot Btnkarr arvod M ....*. ... .......
wB ..aat6. avwer* ..... MN.ia4 but achheewo, sal pald.W swrdei ad pale + The ** gfjffgasM
to a* *a. to take a* w* eta stake .f aoroaaonlo with A-M nl aetttof ......awt*aeaaaoS "
M.a_., at 1 ficM. sill UM rtoUarftot atarerens .....,. Rslb Cash Pithy Bowdeo of Ftorktatoto a diem ., ssU. .UM WMM ,

M.WtoCtor th. acfaool toarTapanaat and M iC Mrra Mme r..*.. ,.. f.w f.M bdbs. .....,. I. PMvertNy a* UM askSspnksr ..*...d ....- 4.* to assail.
. aty fladval aattMrtttot ..... .. 1t1. hessian praised UM ploy .. W Mss es.M.Mdfee
icaaotos M to .*. to* a* of fortJtef BHllda star D.l Wit- tLN.Jsadr1.. ,.....,
Maul IIdI II .w D8 a. ebJ Few. I..... she alayod n gbt tutu. *n *. .. Ida: Star
de sad as.ed ...... M to) MM towor rlgkt a*.*. DonaM Bissau. Ml, Ijto ..... sub I P51r..nea.. waaa UO r..,. Prws.d Item MDa e.wat tam
wsMoutto ......., WI ..* It teraaod *M ef thee
k.eal to aM far af OM
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sups lb.ob.easo
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"hIedIr 1IIidII& I wr trra./ sAMv.a.t a...dt'had ..... w....... a4 ...... balk aahim bed *oih.IIS peel b. Ik* trea>.a.tos7 tsaas a*

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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY





0t L .- L- About This II FLORIDA'SFarm I, It Happened In




o c ag. And Suwannee County, Florida


ThatA FrontBy

1915-1910-1955


Year Of Hope 1965 association
President Johnson gave voice to the most It is true that a union man fights for safety on Dole E.

buoyant of hopes for the new year when he re the job, better working conditions, better wages, ComerThe Taken From The Fifes Of z t
and other conditionsIt
marked a few days ago: "Then are the most I people who report agricultural / TIlE SUWAIVNEE DEMOCRAT :
is true that union dues pay for life insur-
hopeful times In all the yean since Christ was developments on the Washington -
ance, a business representative, a place to hold
I I
born in Bethlehem; scene have been having a
As a basis for this statement, he said I "Aa meetings, a hiring hall, and other benefits. I tough time trying to figure out 1915 connection with the Orange Festival the General Convention of the
But It is also true that no man should be required just what kind of a farm programthe at Winter Haven that the Episcopal Church last week
never before, man has In Ms possession the capacities be end.
8, will
to enjoy these benefits if he does not so President will be proposing to Saturday, February Suwannee Democrat had been selected His election came on the final
to end war and preserve peace, to eradi- in Live Oak and
good roads day
Congress in his special message as the best weekly news- day of the 112th council of the
cate and share abundance, to overcomethe desire.The In Suwannee County
poverty everybody In Florida for 1939. Diocese of Florida.
Star-Advocate is a member of the Florida on the subject paper
that have afflicted the human race, and anybody else Interested in
diseases Press Association and has been since 1929. This Is There seems to be a pretty be here. The nationwide convention will
and permit all mankind to enjoy their promise In good roads are Invited to Miss Patsy Johnson small be held in Honolulu
an association of the majority of the newspapers of general opinion in the Capital will be held at the Ha"a11soJne.
life on this earth." Florida, who bind together to make a strong organization. that this is the year when a "new Dreamland The meeting Theatre at 1:30: Hon- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. time In September.
In commenting on this year-end expressionof look"will be revealed concerninghow Johnson, was honored with a par-
The association employs a manager to Chas T, Foot. Good Roads Specialist :-
Presidential faith in the future, columnist Roscoe the "farm problem" is to be' ty on her sixth birthday annlver Billy Gunter, national presidentof
help the papers of Florida. The manager's duties and Secretary J, P. Clark-
Drummond remarks that It might be tinged include encouraging big advertisers to use the handled from here on out. It Is son of State Good Roads Association sary at the home of her aunt. the Future Farmers of America .
being suggested that not only the Mrs. John Perry last Friday at and other five officer of the
with element of wishful thinking. "But It is .
an newspapers of Florida, studying national publications will be present.The ternoon. national association
problems of the farmer will be will appearon
well that our vision should exceed our reach, and to give to the newspapers of Florida ideas 'considered, but also those of the About twenty youngsters were the "Voice Of Flrstone". radio
it is true that man does have the capacities to do for economy in operation, watching over bills in entire agribusiness complex Suwannee High Schoolgirls invited to enjoy this occasion with and television program Monday

these things," Mr. Drummond adds. "Since the Congress and the State Legislature that tend to processors handlers, brokers, basketball team was defeatedby the little honoree. night.
from Duval High
the girls
full founding on Christianity, more people have cut into Freedom of the Press, etc. wholesalers, retailers etc when Satur-
School the local court
come to understand that man'o talents are from He does these things for this association Congress goes to work on details afternoon.on The final score Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hair enter- Misses Deanctte Collins and

God and that as they are utilized without limit, which Is made up of member newspapers for implementing the new look. day was 14 to 8. tained members of the LaFrimo Mary Elizabeth: Graft of Oainesvllle -

they Increase without limit. But he also does them for the dozens of neWS- It looks to me like Congress will Club at a buffet supper and were entertained with a
and impetus to have of find it no easier to pass new farm has bridge party at their home on Du birthday party by their mothers
"It is both inspiration papers Florida who ARE NOT members of the P. C Walker of this city,
val Street last Friday evening. in the home of Mr .
the President express some of this truth," the Association. These non-members do not help pay legislation this year than It has the contract for building Dr.Wtllt'S Dean Collins
since the days of the Thirties. I Mrs. J, C, Fletcher received Saturday
writer continues "He is right to reject the doom- his salary nor do they participate in any way. Yet, dwelling The house which
high prize for the ladies and J. C. Present were Linda
noted one report that pointed out Harms.
side of Hel-
relish the that are they reap the same benefit that member will be on the north
sayers who seem to opinion we newspapers Fletcher for the men. Becky Sips. Linda Hurst.
our legislators have operated under venston Avenue will be 51x54 feet, Peggy
living in the worst of all worlds. I think the opposite do. two handicaps when dealing including a sleeping porch and Enjoying the party were Mr. and Claudia Bass. Wade. Wayne

Is true that we are living in one of the Ills the same as the Chamber of Commerce in with things agricultural: verandas. The material will be or and Mrs. W. E. Nantes Dr. and and Bruce Hurst. Lundy Bass,

most precious and privileged periods of all human any town mere are those business firms who (1) Since homesteading days, waterproof cement blocks. Mrs. E, W, Weldon Mr. and Mrs.L. Carter Base O'Neal Bass, and

history when it Is given to us by our courage back a chamber with money and work. And there agriculture has been pretty much When completed It will be one M. Mlzell Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tommie Collins

and stamina and resolution to control for good are those firms who turn their back when solicited. isolated from the rest of our of the nicest and most completetwo Wlnn Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, and
the conflicting forces at loose in the world today. Yet, the Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization economy and from the American story dwellings in the city Mrs. W. E. Ambrose. Mrs Annie H. Mills of Annie's

"We are living in most hopeful times, and that goes right on promoting the com society. Only In recent years have Beauty Shop on Suwanne Avenue .
munity, with the result that the non-member non-rural people begun to realize The Afternoon Bridge Club was The annual meeting of signers took second prize in the huge
the basis for some of that hope is visible. Twenty
ef the application for a charterfor national competition for 10.000
something of the Interdependencethat afternoonby
usually entertained yesterday
reaps just as much benefit from growth
after World War I we were in World War .
years the Suwannee County Fair worth of prizes awarded beautician
as the member. exists today between rural Mrs. Chas. Balsden' at her
II. Twenty years after World War II we are not in We and urban residents. But until home on Houston Street. Association: will be held In the and their patrons by Helen
World War III. We have been to the brink in see nothing wrong with this. A union that agriculture took the Initiative toward Mrs. Balsden was assisted in Courthouse Monday night February Curtis Industries of Chicago
cannot stand
Berlin in Korea, and In Cuba. With both daring to be a voluntary organization, takingits accomplishing broader mu- serving by her sister, Mrs. R. K a, at eight o'clock. In announcing recently

and restraint, world war has been averted. If we place with all other organizations of people, Is tual understanding, non-rural McNeill.L the meeting G. L. Dor- I
keep these lessons before us, they will be valu- certainly an organization that has not "sold" itselfto people have felt they have little man president of the association Miss I nma Dexter, of Florida

able guides in future crises. There is no doubt the people who It U to serve. business being concerned about S. Harvard of Harvard's Emporium invited all Interested in maintaining State University, daughter of Mr
nations We do not condemn union activity but we feel agriculture's technical and economic has arranged to supply county fairs here to be prey and Mrs. Oeorg Dexter, wa recently .
(that neither of the two most powerful it should be on a voluntary basis for those men problems. the householders of Live Oak with exit elected by the Alpha Delta

t'ant to see the world plunged Into war. The de- who wish to join. And we don't believe as does the (2) Farmers themselves, who mall boxes free of charge. He has a sorority, u delegate to the panhellenle .

isfrrent of nuclear destruction is not an ideal deterrent letter that "we must be tuugh" on the man whodoesn't could be of Inestimable value in ordered a consignment of neat 1955 council.
l ,. but it is a useful one" join. helping to shape constructive metal boxes, suitable for he pur- .
..,I" And 'flex U Bradford County facing these Star-Advocate Titusville farm policy have been of little pose and will at his own expense Alfred T. Alrth. local attorneyand One variety of the firefly, native
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"most hopeful times" at the beginning of a new a help to Congress because of the fasten them to the front door or vestryman of the St. Luke's to Southeastern U. S, gives a

year? On the basis of projects already started, diversity of opinions voiced by other proper place for the receiptof Episcopal Church wa elected a* green light: some varieties give a

or soon to be started. Ills evident that 1989 holds Wayne And Cancer farm their organizations spokesmen In the leading I mall. one of the four lay delegate to yellow or gold-colored light

much promise for the county.
Glamor Is Hollywood's chief stock in trade, it This lack of unity on basic Mrs. C. E, Halle very pleasantly
ftour projects already "in the mill" hold assurance worships at the shrine of box office appeal and it farm policies has left Congressmen entertained her Sunday School

of almost $2,000,000 in construction work, operates on the theory that its heroes and heroines confused And now that the Class at her home on Duval
some of It already under way. Ground was broken .- must maintain the myth of eternal youth preponderance of representationin I Street Tuesday afternoon. Attending PUBLIC AUCTIONNext

last week for the city's new half million dollar In such an aura it'a almost inevitable that Image Congress has shifted definitely I were Cornelia Pound. Ed-
sewage treatment plant, and this week con becomes more Important than truth from the rural to the urban areas monia Hair Marie Halle. Zelda
struction started on the 100 unit Holiday Inn Hence it's of the nation, I am inclined to Clark Hazel Wood Virginia Oildersleeve. Farm
refreshing when one of Its most Equipment Auction Sale
.we' ,.. : "' M. 1: -.-! .+*....--\e.... the belief that a much broader Jewel Peavy. Bertha
million. t to come are the new EOC dfalr willing to face view of what MrtcuUuro u wUl lie Rutherford. Beatrice Thompson .
realtly.
building combination structure, to cost around John Wayne, the swashbuckling hero of count- legislative embraced in the new concept of Lura Frank: WhIte Marion Monday February 8-10:00: A.M.We
solutions .
to
present
$40,000, and the proposed new National Guard less Westerns has Blume and Walter Newton Creek- ,
by Hollywood
standards, com- farm problems which
armory which should mean another quarter of a mitted the unpardonable be Congresswill more will have a good selection of tractors all makes
sin by acknowledging a asked to tackle. .
million. With this substantial nucleus, it la obvious serious Illness. and models, and several hundred pieces of equip

that jobs for construction workers In the The movie trade seeks to sustain the Illusion Some voices in Congress have 1910 ment. If you have tractors and equipment to sell,

Starke area should be plentiful In 1189. that its stars never get sick or at least not from been raised recently In strong defense Advise received her late Wednesday bring them to this sale and buy what you need.

There are many other things to Indicate that the ailments that plague other mere_ mortals who n u_ I of the U. S. Department of afternoon from the Post- We also have a good selection New Cutters -
Starke and Bradford County are making sustained pay to see them perform Agriculture which has been under office department said that Joe Harrows and Spreaders If area the
you\
progress and have) every reason to enter Wayne found he was suffering from heavy pressure to reduce Its bud finely had been named to succeed market
lung
cancer come by and make us aft offer.
get. Latest
Into the cause for agriculture the late Dr. Win C. White.
new year with renewed hope. Here are He underwent surgery and thinks he has the
just a fen?, contained in the annual statistical malignancy licked because it was discovered In speeches article in both by houses Budget was Director a recent Hinely will be checked in the office Plan to be on our Auction Sale Monday, February 8,

summary of Florida counties released by the State time. Now he's disclosing the fact In the hope it Kermit Gordon in the Saturday noon,this h* advised afternoon the shortly Democrat.after to buy, sell or just visit.COLQUITT .

Chamber of Commerce, will help some other victim to be as lucky. Review, attacking the commodity

From 1060 to 1963 Bradford County showedthe We think that enhances, Instead of destroy programs. He asserts they have Announcement was made at the

following signs of progress: ing, his Image. failed to solve the problems of the annual preaa breakfast held In TRACTOR CO.

-Population Increased from 12,800 to an estimated -Lake Wales NewsLyndon' 2ft million low-income farmers

11,000 Incontrast to several North Central while giving to about 1 million lion for cost of Forest Service Highway 33 North

Florida counties, which actually: showed a decline successful commercial farmers and other conservation pro- MOULTRIE, GEORGIA PHONE M5-504S
: roughly 80 per cent of the 4 bil-
in population StyleA gram (Probably to Interior.
lion
dollars spent on various
commodity -
: Effective buying income increased from $12.- Presidential inauguration is an impressive programs

431,000 to $19,808.000. and even somewhat awe-inspiring spectacle As Gordon sees them' the cold

i iPer capita income Increased from $681 to It Is steeped In tradition, symbolizing a na economic facts are that "the chief

$1,201 (still far too low In comparison with the tion's recognition of the nature and dignity of claimants to assistance are the

national average). the highest office in the land and one which in 3ft million farmera who do not

Retail sales increased from $10,099,000 to recent years has come to be one of the most important now and cannot in the future be
$12.879.000. In the world. expected, to operate successful
commercial farms .
-Bank deposits Increased from $9,348,000 to That Is as it should be. assistance They require
in the <
painful
$9,098,000. At the same time It seems quite fitting and transition to non-farm job to m BUT ONLY

-Total assessed value of property In the proper that within this general framework the which most of them and their

county Increased from $13,900,000 to $18,400.000 ritual should reflect: the personality and the philosophy children, will certainly have to ONE

-SChool enrollment increased from 9,74 to of the incoming Chief Executive aa much move."

3,918. in the event lieU as in the words with which he A number of Important chang

-Total licenses Issued for all motor vehicles accepts the mantle of responsibility es. re-alignment and eliminations .

Increased from 8,936 to ",0112, For that reason we find nothing disturbing in of services haft been proposed
: by USDA in order to meet
-Gasoline used Increased from 7,948,000 gallons the fact that President Johnson wouldn't wear the reduced budget planning Some

to 8258.000 gallons customary tall silk hat or the swallow-tall morn. members of Congress haft rushed

-Total annual payrolls Increased from $3,- ins coat when be took the oath of office to start to question Gordon's qualifica u
258,000 to $4.998.000. his first full term. lions to art farm policy and to

None of these Increases could be called spec That trend toward simplicity seems typical of attack proposal to eliminate Important .

tacular. but they do Irdlcate solid progress andthat his often-demonstrated rebellion against aloofness USDA servic**.

sometimes, is more satisfying and more lasting from people
> ". In a recent Senate speech ..

than the mushroom type of growth.. J Senator George A11tt (R. Vt

Truly these are "hopeful times" when it U pointed out that if a reduced .

given to mankind "by our courage and stamina T1.6 Suwannee, DemocratOF UlnA U so Important) a number

and resolution to control for good the" conflicting LIVE OAK, FLORIDA of could Item be transferred charged to and that charted agency DONT MISTAKE her for one of our cashiers. Our bank
force at loose In the world today
"*" **. IsWj of ln. Smmniu Ricer F.goy" to other department where h* services indude
We can only hope that entering upon this said they logically belong such Money Orders Bank Drafts, Safe Deposit
moat promising year of 198S, we may nave thecour..e BANNER: Consolidated LEADER as:

stamina and resolution to realise Its Established...IUhf4 Every 1884 Thursday August 3 at. 1897 rise Established*: CMUMT Street 1$88r $300 million cotton null subsidy. Boxes, Travelers Checks. Loans but kissing? We'lljust
full potential. $213 subsidy to Merchant )(a-
Louie C. Wadsworth::Editor A Publisher line> for transporting farm have to
Bradford Stark
County Telegraph pass.
Clara S. Wadsworth ?...... Associate Editor goods (To the Department *f
Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising ManagerGeorge Commerce,)

A Human Right T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman $43 million for cost of dairy

Sewed Clas4 Poatat Paid At Uv oak Ftartda"_ product to the Military and
In backing UM right-to-work laws of 20 states SUBSCRIPTION the Veterans' Administration.
Buwanne County $..00
particularly the one in Florida, the Star-Advocate RATES outside Buwanne County $9 00 To Ole Defense department)

la no way attempts to down grade unions, union ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS-Payable to Adnneeal1orido $1450 million cost *f farm
; activity or union organisations.to product for foreign emergmcy

a letter to the editor, published Monday, a relief and to promote good- COMMERCIAL BANK
Cooc man evidently felt that the ne..apaper'"u = OP win abroad To Ole State department ----

against unions ) Ih
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Several hundred nUMon dollar OF LIVE
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What the newspaper eels U that a man should
8UWANNB3C COCNTTClumber
W for cod of the school lunch
r\ be able to work where and under the condition be program. To Health Education : LIVE OAK FLORIDA
I, wishes without being required to Join any organtoatJon of and Welfw).

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(9f9 I Mr. And Mrs. T. A. Townsend Jr'oman', Club To I Engagement Announcement

t& __. ,, Meet Friday 12:30The

Live Oak Woman's Club
r' will meet Friday at the club
WOMENCLARA h.... for their February tenth
eon and business meeting.A .
skit "Ye And Yew Com H
rr I lI'Iu"II.m be glrrn.Mrs. .

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor + 1 1, V. J. Smuts, president
urges' all members to attend.
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Mrs. Kinard PresidesAt ) Pine Grove Club k '
)In. Moore Feted t ; _
Demo Club MeetMrs. Names Committees
With Baby Shower
George Klnard. newly Mrs. Ned Delegal. president of ? F
Mrs Rufus A MeMullen and
elected president presided over the Pine Grove Home Demonstration
the Pleasant Hill Home Demon Club was hostess to and presided 1 Mrs. J W Blocker were hostesses
st a stork shower Monday
stratlon Club meeting at the over the meeting on January
night January 33. honoring MrsJerry .
I 25.Mra.. I
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Community Center Tuesday af I B
L. F Williams devotional Moore at the Educational
the
ternoon. January 28. gave
Building of the WrsUood. Baptist ..a
Mrs. A. R. Murphy tendered her followed with a prayer Church.A .
i by Mrs W. A. Hunter r- .1
resignation u club reporter and pink and whit motif was
Members serving with the
Miss Sandra Hail was elected to carried out. The honoree thslr:
take her place. president this year are* Mrs L. F
was decorated in white with a
Mrs. Klnard appointed the following Williams vice president, serving
large pink bow accenting the
on food and nutrlUon eommlt.tH.chairman ,
project chairmen for the
chair The lace tablecloth was
of the fair eduhaUonal
yaer. Clothing. Vtrs R. B. doff: laid over pink linen.Refreshments _
Fair Booth, Mr*. Leon Aver. booth and the health and safety of finger sandwiches

Foods Mrs Arnett RUlhousc. committee; Mrs. A. O Corbett,
toasted nut., mints and
secretary; Mrs. Harry Williams,
Health and ClvU Defense Mrs
Individual cakes Iced In white
treasurer, Mrs. W. J. Nipper,
A. D. Chambers, and Housing with pink rose buds and green
Mr*. Paul OarrUon and Mrs council delegate and on the leaves topping each, along with
Haas.Hostesses health and safety committeeMr ;
George
x t green punch were served
for the next few *. T P. Delegal, clothing, anal The punch bowl was encircled

months were announced: February. on the housing committee.: Mrs. with green Ivy and pink camellias
Mrs. Oeoref Klnard: March, Katie Cannon, civil defense: Mrs Miss Edith McMulfrn assisted
Mrs. Leon Avery: April. Mrs B T Bowman, and Mrs. W. Q In serving

Paul Garrison: and May Mrs. A Lawson reporter .. ." Mrs Buford Ratllff. Mrs. Nell r e
During the business meetingplans :'Io.M.: .. '"" J 0..;.... "" ';::;::' r I t
R. Murphy
I Boatrlght. and Mrs Doris Moore
made for the and Mrs. T A. Townsend who married JsnaaryIS
Mist Ida Jo Harrison home were commls- Mr. were en received prises for the games
demonstration ages t, explainedthe IMS In the Riverside Community .f Lafayette C aaly observed played The prizes being baby
orange dessert contest which making project.Members heir. G.ldrn Wedding Aanlvervary. Sunday, Jaaaary 17. with an gifts and were presented to the
Is being sponsored by the Florida voted to buy materialto pen betas al their hem*. honoree. ...
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Power and Ltgtit Co. and the II make table cloths for the rest The TewMeads '... Iwo children and five grandchildren. Twenty were present to enjoy ..1"10'\"! \\11''( ,
citrus Industries. Miss Harrison, of the tables i the occasion with Mrs. Moots and 'it1'. ; .
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also announced that the county Miss Harrison gave a demon the hostesses. ...il' <<1 .
council will a concession station of "Color In the Home"To t 11 '..,-., '\'.!:;. ,
sponsor IV >bterian Church Wil"ona: To He Feted ',' -, -- .
stand at the Duroc Congress In Illustrate this she showed 1
1968 slides.February's. Charity Croup llot With An Open Home SwuiNThompkiiMWeiMIng!
Mr' and !Mrs I. A. tall snnsanee the encasement .f their. 1
The club agreed to help the demonstration will The Presbyterian Church was Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Wilson will "
Vow
council In planning preparing, be on window treatment. the boat church last Thursday for be honored with a Golden Wed daughter, Banns Rea U tail Bona ('h".".,., JrM son ef Mr. and

and serving a meal as a money Mrs Hail served refreshments the meeting of the Associated ding Anniversary open house receptlon Mia.. Rsy Swaths of Vsldosts.Os. !Mrs. Paul dune fhsunrey flr'.. also. .f this ells. )
and Wallace Thompklns, son
Sunday, February 1, from
Charity. of Mr and Mrs J. E. Thompklns Muss nail wll graduate from Mawann Illsh lkh.*l this year
2,00 until ft:00 pm at their homeIn |
Mrs. W. W, Hunter presidedand O'Brien.Hosting of Luravlllf. were united In marrI. Mr. Chsuneev iradasled from Rawannee Illih !Bcho.! l lestrase ,
COMPLETE the Rev Bill Pierce of the ...
on January third.
the will be their I
event .
Church of Christ gave the devotional Mr and attended N rlh llorld Junior r .n.I..n.!
and Mrs. Thompklns are
Plumbing and Electrical Supplies I children Mr and Mrs Julian A Jane wedding U pUnned,
Wilson. Mr and Mrs Calvin Wll! making their home In Live Osk

Plywood-Cabinet Hardware Mrs Harold Qranberg of the' son, and Mr and Mrs Herman
Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Carlson all of Jacksonville, and !
Tung Oil Paints Hunter told of the cases for the R. E. UcKee of Live Oak
month of January I Mr and Mrs. Wilson hut five

grandchildren The honored couple
Langford Builders Supply sloners dinner on February I, I were married February T, ItlS The Smart
Miss Ida Jo Harrison home at Wellborn and have made their! E
demonstration agent gave a demonstration horn at O'Brien' for the pest 42 'd t 1 it '
IlrlvnuUo fit* 1.11: FBMM MJ-.I71 on color key, along ,..r.. All friends and relatives of l

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I Tests Important To Education I Rural Groups Eligible For EOP Loans -_ I


Rural cooperative financed farms, handicraft and otter lor existing cooperatives
nationwide Eco- home-produced goods. Along with a loan program
... through the new ,
services Including FHA assists in the

Method\ Now Widely Used To Find I prove nomic to Opportunity be the key Program to higher may living 2. canning Processing, freezing, grading, cooperatives financed supervision and also of

Purchase Bull For Livetotck Contest Winner standards for some Suwanneeand washing and packing. supplies technical adviceRegistering .
Lafayette County families. 3. Purchasing equipment and U5
Attitude
Ability, KnowledgeBy Wendell A. Roberts, Farmers services. Including machinery and
r.w county supervisor -I equipment for Improvement of Boats
Home Administration
( John Johnson Principal Suwannee High School)
breeding services -
Testing: in today's schools is a vital part of the pro- w kAte. said today that processIng and- agricultural, and other land supplies and ser- If you're In the dark about

gram. There are many people both in and out of the servicing, marketing cooperatives purchasing made up vices essential for farm and home member where to that register your boat, r*.

schools who do not consider the importance placed on testsin mostly of farm and other rural needs. registered by the pleasure boats are
their evaluation of this program. It would be agreed families with limited incomes in Loans are repayable over periods lector fresh water county tax MI,

I am sure by any expert on testing- that all tests are not Suwannee and Lafayette County up to 30 years. They carry an boats by the Florida commercial Game
valid and that there are many I may be eligible for financial assistance. Interest rate of 4-1/8 per cent. Fresh Water Fish and
varied reasons why test score nothing new ls sprung on them at I Through cooperatives needy and salt water Commission

would vary from time to Urn I a critical time. A relaxed, confident Farmers Home Administration I farm families can Improve their by the State Board commercial of Consul boat.
The question we have to answer: student will score much a credit agency of the TJ. S. De- buying and earning power economically -: tlon.
is, without teats can we think of higher on any given test. partment of Agriculture now has purchase Items for: .
another way in which student I Secondly, there are many typesof authority to finance local coop- farming and obtain other basic !
can be evaluated on a fair and tests which can be used to help eratives of rural families with services and supplies at A nutrition committee foi n p,
Impartial basis the students on their way through limited Incomes that furnish such tial savings. Roberta SUbstan,1 Senior Citizens Council of Den
Schools are not the only place school. We have aptitude tests services as: FHA may advance loans ver. Colo. Is studying the eating
where tests are used for the evaluation which give results telling us the 1. Marketing of fruits and I small cooperatives get habits of oldsters to determine
nor were they the firs students ability to learn or their vegetables produced on family I well as supply operating capital their dietary needs.

Most large, companies use tests to aptitude toward parts of the educational -
classify people who seek employ- program. We have ;!1'r
ment. The Federal Government achievement tests which give results -
uses the Civil Service test to hire as to what the student hu v.i
personnel for government Jobs. learned up to this point In their -
All branches of the service now education. We have I. Q. tests .

give tests to people applying for which gives us an indication of iry
enlistment. Teachers In the Stateof the students native ability. We
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Florida must pass tests to have diagnostic tests which tells ---- ---
qualify for teaching certificate us what part of a particular sub- Shown above Is a fine Angus ball recently purchased as a ell For Sale-Real Estate FOR SALE

and doctors now use tests to help ject the student Is weak in and livestock award to a winner In the Livestock Promotion Contest

decide the mental condition of: what part he Is strong in regardIng sponsored In this county by the Suwannee County Chamber 01 LITTLE ADS FOR SALE New and used
FARMS HOUSES
some patients to mention a few that subject. Commerce Shown with the animal. left to right, are Msttox ACREAGE!: LOTS pianos. Frier Music Co, North
Instances of teat usage. Besides these we have preference Ward Wilson Suggs vocational agriculture teacher at Branford BIG RESULTS Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 382-2181

Testing is on the increase as a tests to tell a students trendof and Howard Thomas. O'Brien members of the committee named to PAUL A. BYRD call tf

measure of our children and we tests likes to and show dislikes.how he Personality fits with select the livestock that will go to winners In this year's contest. BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE Registered_Real Estate Broker FOR SALE AD sizes of tarpaulUns .
have no choice but to accept this! OFFICE: fOil S. Ohio Ave.
his group and many other kinds. guaranteed not to leak
and try to the studentsfor
prepare Whatever the purpose, you will Phone 362-1389:
Ottls Brown
There are also combinations of Motors cdjj) tf
these evaluations.In .
do
find Democrat classifieds LIVE OAK. FLORIDABay
the above tests which will get
our state college entrance 1 Is more than one type of results. Colored News the lob quickly and well. and Sell With Confidence FOR BALE Tobacco plants.

based on one test which Is called Now let us see If this can helpa cabJ] tf Hicks N. C. 05. Government in-
the State of Florida twelfth grad spected. Can 382-1059. Ray
student. If we have an Indication -
testing program. Students are admitted of his native ability (IQ), his FOR SALE mOM Jackson. pdjj j 38-40
Into our junior colleges DEADLINE FOR INSERTION
and universities on the basis of aptitude for learning a certain 80 ACRE FARM fenced. 3-bed FOR SALE! 20 tons PensacotsBahlsv
these results. We must admit this subject and his achievement 1 In ;Douglass highGraduates Test Results ToPe S:09 P.M. Tuesday room home 2& miles from Live hay in bale. 920 per ton
that subject can we make a wise Oak
J. W.
is an Important test for anyone Wallace phone 382-2470
wishing to attend either one of decision In his when program helping of the studies.student Now Made Known LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 40 ACRES WOODLAND cbjj 38-39
these types of Institutions. We
I believe we would all have to 3H cents per word, with a 5 ACRE HOMESITE FOR SALE: Azaleas camellia
also have a ninth grade state test highway
agree that this information is ot At Parents of students at Douglass minimum ef 100. all size dogwoods and ver-
which Is a good indication of how CollegesThirtythree frontage
High School
are being reminded -
great value. All of the test result greens. pine straw
many of these students will sueceed .. that their children will (All classifieds must be paid In practic lj!
which we receive In Suwannee MODERN 2-bedroom home brick free from burs and limbs
Mrs
on the later test, plus giving Douglass High
be advance.) '
probably bringing
student teat
School sent home fo
nice
High are veneer, location terms. 8. C. Sansbury. Live Oak
us the level of the students entering School graduates are now enrolled reports home In the near future
the: parents to see and use In
high school on a state-wide In various colleges and unlver- the MODERN pbJJ 38-39
their discussion with their children !- results of an extensive testing ONE WEEK FREE 3-bedroom horn.
basis. tin their educational nro- ities in ,Florida..and out of state I program held at the school during terms NOTICE Someone In this area
Other tests are given in schools -i Largest enrollment at any November. Classifieds ordered for five to assume
gress. Nothing, however, Is gained For information payments on IM4!
and for many varied reasons. One unless these results are put to use school Is Suwannee River Junior Children In the fourth fifth weeks, run the last week free. call Zigzag. Makes button holes
major reason la to give the child In the home as well as the school.I College at Madison where nine sixth seventh eighth ninth, 1400 wlU pay for a 18 word 408 PAUL A. BYRD monograms, sews on button
confidence in tests former Douglass students are currently tenth and eleventh drrrtlwmrnt for five weeks. South Ohio Ave
taking or as I would want to state again grades were Live no credit needed 838,00 ram or
the saying goes to make them that tests are not infallible and enrolled. They are: John given the tests designed to assist Use Suwshnee Democrat Classifieds Oak Florida 6 payments of 37.00. Call budget .
"test wise" and relieve their ten- the students attitude In taking leasley, Mamie Cannon. Dorothy parents teachers and pupils In for Proven Results cage tf manager collect, JaekxnVllle. .

sions. After taking an assortment the tests, his physical and mental Mayhue Johnny R. Herring determining development of each FOR SALE Six room house on EL 3-1331. pdbj 38-41
of tests over a period of years students Catherine Long, Willie Mack WIl- child.
well being his testing atmosphere four lots, ft block highway on
lose their fear and learn and even the person giving h Uams, Claude Plummer. John The School College Ability Test th FOR RENT two sides. Contact W. M. Darn FOR BALE Dark Bay mar
how the tests operate that Hires and Waymon Washington, (SCAT) is further saddle broke. 4
so the test can have an effect on the designed to Dowllng Park Phone 182-1 T1I2. years old Call
students success. Tests are given aU in Douglass classes from 1962 help students and teachers to A nice house for sale and a nice pda 35-3 362-1383. Curtis Gray RI J
.r their validity by their success to thru 1884. evaluate the ability of students to 2-bedroom place in town for Box 11. Lire Oak. paj) 31
.....,... I .-U""i r 'i.' 'bOm I" ., 864.w wquMN w.-aw vswh Florida' Airlculturtl and Me- do tale work. Mnt. Call lta-2935 or 083-2743 FOR SALE: ., Well located "IS: FOR .
thousands of trials If It Is shown hanlcal University at Tallahassee Test results are to be made caJJ tf acres with nice house. Execllen SALE *- TREES Peach
February of an odd- that a student who makes a cer- has six Suwannee County stu- available during February school terms Priced right Winston J. (May Gold and 8u annet
tain score has little chance for dents. These are: Mercy Lee Fel- officials said here this week. FOR RENT or mobile Rogen. Realtor Phone 352- Pear plum. fie pecan dogwood
numbered year, renew success In that field, It does not der, Richard Mayhue, Mayola homes Plenty of room. Nice 1J28. Office In Farm Bureau redbud. pine. Chinese -lm

your drivers licensethis mean that he will not find success Calhoun, Catherine Joyce Ford College and clean. Good well water. Bulldlni. call 3$ magnolia and Japanese ItIIt-
but that an overwhelmingper Raymond Oracey and Benjamin are Evelyn Moore. Fred Lake for fishing and swimming pie magnolia. PRY Feed 8mphone
month. cent of students making that P. William. die Johnson, Oracle 1.. Martin, Morgan's Trailer Park US 90 FOR SALE OR RENT T room 382-31S3. pdj) J8-49
score do not. There Is no way to Enrolled at Edward Waters and Patricia Young of the 1983 West Live Oak Florida. Phone frame house located across FOR
test determination or the competitiveness College are Henry A. Wynn Robert and 1984 classes, 382-2018. pcfdj 19-19 from school In Branford Cal BALK | International)
Reece Brown of students and this McCall. Annie Myrtle Richardson Bethune-Cookman College has 835-4441 edjj 38.4 Harvester 1-row corn snspprr
accounts for variations Paulette Martin and the following Suwannee residents FOR RENT 2-bedroom downstairs in excellent condition used
many
COUNTY JUDGE from normal In test results. alua Hawkins members of class- as students: Harry Lee Pearlte apartment and ]-bedroom very little. East terms arsi::
Since we have the teats with es from 1962: thru 1984. M. Williams Loretta Loper. and upstairs apartment. Call MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS able. Call 383-2938 after 6 pm
Studying at Hampton Juniorus Hazel Herring. 382-3208. eaj] tf caji tf
Two graduates of the class of
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ID63 are enrolled at Florida Memorial FOR RENT 2-bedroom furnished FOR BALE: 1 60 John peen

and we see the Importance College. They are Timothy house at Suwannee MONEY for your farm t-pera- tractor good condition tii.fr:
placed on their results we must Herring and Josephine McKnlght. Springs Apply at 307 Helven- tons at reasonable eat Terms and fertiliser> distributor rt.ro
work toward producing students Ernestine Oranvllle Is attendingthe aton Bt. or phone 383-383S. to fit your needs. Loans up to Chemical coy 3822093.edjj
e equipped: to master these teats Volusla County Community cajj tf 7 years. Can North Florida Pro. 37 41
W. would like to recommend to College ductton Credit Aria a. Ohio
parents the FOR RENT Newly decorated Ave. Live Oat TeL 3 tJSED MACHINE BALE Cud
Importance of Instilling Out of state students 43-2 w.e ,
In their children the desire Include apartment. Close In. Call 3832714. ab-tf Singer portables, start at I) s}
tdo o Yvonne
Jackson. Paine
College In Mrs. P. D. McMullen. Singer Co. Lake City Fla rci
BUILT
LIKE AN their best on test
every given the class of 1984. and Evelyn Butler -
TS2-4081. tr
and Invite them to call the school eajjtf VISIT ANNIE'S cab)
who Is attending Qu eats BEAUTY !SHOP
OFFICE TYPEWRITER for an appointment to discuss Junior College New York. FOR RENT An unfurnished 4- Machine machlnelesa and cold
your child's teat results and what s room apaitment with 2 baths, wave permanent given. Operators -
PRICED LIKE A PORTABLECLASSIC It means to you and your chil Publicity.like fire can befriend a front and rear private entrance Annie H. Milts Myrtle HELP WANTED

dren. or foe. and a 3-room furnished Mills, and Mary Drew

apartment, with private bath Boatrtght. Manicurist Ruby WAITRESSES: WANTED Must
and entrance. 70S 8. Ohio Ave Sanford at Annie's each Thurs be over 3L-Apply In person brtween .
I IW Call 383-1378 after T day. Friday, and Saturday. the hours of 9-13 am at

I pjn.eabf tf east U Holiday Inn Restaurant U*'
City cat) tf
ROOMS FOR RENT Located
art proud II I Ito conveniently down town. Panh- I ANY TYPE CURB HELP WANTED NOW
ley House phone 3622121. Ages U to 40. Apply In personA
I pdjj 37-41 MEMORIALWORK A W DrIft In. call) t'

y announce I FOR RENT: 2 furnished apartments Hen In good health m1n1 1uI

II on West Fifth Bt, Lire education 8th grade, age 3)) "
I ..' Oak. Call 983-3833. esJJ 38 DONE Contact the Personnel t*

the addition ofmasterpiece ; FOR RENT: 2-bedroom nn Granite Marble Bronze I Center.Partment P. at O. Ben Bunland I1M.Training Oalnrsvine. -

furnished house. Phone 383 PhotM 362-3313 Florida. cliff 37-44
I Ir 1881 or 383-1881. eajj tf LIVE OAK _
WANTED_ lar'
I First class brick
$125 f FOR RENT Furnished apart MONUMENT CO. en at U. a Post Office In Lt"
meats 311
Panhley Bt phone
iiciscai 382-1013. Homer Sanford R.tt. Oak. George X. Jensen. Con
nt nejj 3i tractor. Inc. Apply at tob w*

New i FOR RENT: New cabins budget are aa equal opportunity *ID'
.
arrangement includes lights player eaJJ It
water and linens. 303 Winder WANTED at
china. WAITEDRaltr e.e. Apply
wtedle Bt. Live
Oak between Due Gels calj tf
,by SMITH-CORONA the N.hl plant and the ChtlfButton. WANT TO Bur anI War _

H..|.. *. .rif. .... trs4...a |Ut far IHT TOUCHIMM fr ptU U.Jt swords rifles and putols. from' WANTED .- afceaotldane. for
d ..... A fMl TrriN cowiu FOR RENT-. 1 ececoent to poor condition. Jeaa BOOM of Bese y. Apod
< alas Tk dMd .... k S-bedrooa house,
'II 12 --.. Is i M wtMnfl. ....,.. IM...T r lot: :.iD1eT.DAT.w1 CM! iiw I .., r' to our 1 list of man. right stat for beginning Bring *. North Plaids On In person between the hours 37-M oft
: and Supply aa. and > ... ebJJ
I Shop, lit p
Muss. ....... .. ev.--y ...,$.UN. m rvN.e c..... .. ,. .. house keeptac. Natural gas and Ave, Live n. Ohio
till CLASSIC 12 It MKIO UK8 A fOtt.ASM 1""' : -=..::: .telephone available. Urs. a C. Qak. pdj13 4S TEREaTQ4Q Lad rewardIng -
aware '
j The Omit 12 h town's em* ,uwiMVb.b Ss_. Lire oqu 31 pastime for eeevUe type

.. ..-.i. -ta awe .... ....... -- famous names at, I .rv..a.n...... --6 .i.- acm or new For s.J.ADt'O.. .. ladies. Demonstrate ThrUM
1 ......+p..Isy hw aq..My II .......... I IoSSd ground for wterawlon. light Wood**** vnlqae prestige Mr*
.Mille 0.. E yl..d .Nt0..t.- 8.QvM. \; 1 cleaning. Write Normaa Aa. FOR SALT: I-1M2 aweroleq, 10\ of esctaslT easmeUes: and

'........ .... ...... .i y. ,...., r :-- :::.- --. -: '- ". dirt. Rt. B, Box 204-X. Lire T.Tall 1'IdI-t7'p 7' $11110 natural appitaattoa et saakeapNo .
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.... ..... o ty,..... ,.... 1. __. Oak. ta1JU: Phone Fletcher /r.. OBrte dosr-to-door. caning. Can
Ldw .bbska C.nybg c.... "" WI" .u tI tact Mrs. Uorfa MUJtr MJ18 -
CalL For Investment' .L pall stAT

K I To ernie. a daOy ton el news, Need Y rar.. R Wenee IIDCfD:: ONOC' Fan er

j- : pm manufacturing capacity to part time man or vesaaa t*
McCRIMON'S OFFICE SUPPLY .-rnno 983 rewired a capital Invest- a Aeddeeal y kgalty pmehaa.Ikaw sent Watttos>: castasatrs to

neat of 1110.000 .. tl30JO exchistT sad fIIbIDI u.. Oak. Oeod ..... He ..-
E. Howard St ,.... MJ-2151 KATHLEEN SUM! LLOYD COOCK ., power and wood supply ftIrSda GIIIJ U b7 t.. 1f-lID vestment, Bet year. ... bIarL

LIVE OAK FLORIDA N. OHIO about three tikes as Broeh M ......eonttraDarpr.. tee ...-,.., Write C. .. ...... Dm *-!.
ATX. LtTK OAK. FLORIDA pales to WorM War XL thaw of 8IIda tile ,... P. O.Box 2447. ....... Ten*.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PACE FIVE



By County Agent Crews : It. i i I' I ..T MW\ I.M I A ,U NW Cer SwlM 1 hIM tkl til day .. .......,. IMS.LAVAVOKN .
Forest FireDamages I Last Rites Today Last Rites For IS' Vast.II. Trw....!. S ...,... Run .. OVmll A. SB88IONSOtofk Carl" *f

Tobacco N... la .11.11 a.ee.N Adr51Tone.. ........ a..*",, riorM
Corn Varieties FavoredFor All "! MM Meat I* tea .....
670 For R. W. Toole Curtis Bass Ceases ,( .- ="Ita. ft ..w., 1 1u.
*.... t..k rUfltte .r t.rtlf...t..1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COUNT
Use Suwannee ....11 k* M4...*. ..*....1.. U .taw tk. IN AND auwANNtE COUNTY
By Farmers Funeral services will be held ... ..... . loa
Acres Held ,rx> r<* ** hi are *r lflr l* *rrllflMlM IN FROBATE
FridayA today (Thursday) at 2:00: pm. at Monday .. will k* wM. t* tk* kllkMlkMiiw IN RKt: Tk 1.5.5..1
.... .
varieties of .! tk. *o r. 1.. .n Ikflnl LOIS EVELYN FAiKER ISFHAM
New corn being released this week are Mt. Nebo Primitive Baptist Mo.4.r ta Month of Marl, l*.l, 0- ..
being recommended to Suwannee fast moving forest fire burned Church at Mayo Junction for Rufus Curtis Andrew Bass, veteran of .Ike ,. .... lit dap ld ....... 1585. NOTICE: TO CRFDITOR9"
County farmers by the 670 acres southwest of McAlpln World Wu n and life-long resident Ot,.. tkl. Ul Sap .f r.kr.rr. !.... T. All Crwlltart ao4 ....... ........
Extension Service thru County Agent Paul Crews and his Warren Tool, farmer of the LAVAUOHN A. SESSIONS CUlm *r 0-..... Aialul S..4 ......
With Friday before It could be brought Day Community. lie died here of this county died at his Cfcrk ol Clre.ll Court .t YN a4 ark ., tea arc ....* aoll.
assistants. approximately 75,000 acres planted under control by the Florida For home here Saturday following a Sum**** Cou.l7, riorM ri4 a,4 ,Ir 4 t* pv..a5 air ....
path year in corn release of the Tuesday. I II." td 4..*::* wkkk ,a. or tilkr offoa.
-- ---- rlllW varieties could eat Service county fire control The Rev Archie Blanton will lengthy Illness. ..>.* k... ..all...t Seta s..... o*
have an Impact on the economy: unit. lie war born In this county October IN flex COUNTY JUDGE'S COUHT. trot: P..... ......... ._...
the county. mended varieties are Pioneer 310. conduct the rites and Interment IN AND FOR SUWANNEC COUNTY .hi. of MM. C....l.. I* Ik. CmMf h....
of Wind driven sparks from right- I. 1930. the son of the lateA. ......... .
Punk 707. and will be In Day Cemetery with the FLORIDA. IN FftOaATE of r'uMp. FIoo'''' at kla. .,
Being recommended to Suwan- Coker 15. all of of-way clearance fires being used 'James Funeral Horn J. Bass Jr.. and Mrs. Alma Law IN RRi: nut ..fJKHSK tin In Ik. eo... Hears of sold C.LI. .....
County farmer* following which mature approximately 10 B. Daniel .. HOWIKU. I, at .. Oak, ,.10...... wltk la .l. (IIak
nee days by the county road department is of Live Oak In charge of arrange Bass of this county. He attended 0.-...... .>.... ....... (ram IK* ,.... of tk*
earlier
their release this week are Florida than the kinds listed believed by local forestry officials school In this county and served NOTICE Or FINAL DISCHARGE fI.., ukltoatloii .. lilt. ..,.... EMk
200 A. Florida 200. Dixie IS. Rel- above.A ments. Nolle > ......, l.on ..... tk. aa.oorolia.4 ..... .. ......... aKall k* ,. ..III... l.
to have been the cause of the Survivors Include the widow with distinction during the sec A4mlnlatralor of tk. .... dupllral and stall. .,... Ik. pb..1.
mer' 408. Greenwood 18. Funk new hybrid. Florida 200 A. blu The road work crew attempted and dall.bt.er.Mn. ond world war. .f J*... .. H.woll "'.. Dtoo..**.. 1.. ...1..... ... peas ..r... aiMrw of Ik.
was included in Mrs. Alba Toole a ..... ...,..., 4 shall lot .....
O-745 Coker 07 and Coker 71. tests conducted m k Silk 4>* .t ,. A. D. till a> to I, tk*
to bring the fire under At the time of death he was a .." ....... ..
at research Xvangellne Bell, both 01 .......,*. kia. Flail Aoroual ai such A.lalalrator. kla oral atlnrmy, aa4
These varieties are recommendedfor : stations in North control with a bulldozer but were farmer and employee at the Hog paled wltk. ronlpta. I. sup .... (..,. .* 4..,..4 aol M (114..
cribbing, nuklni silage and Florida for the put three' years. Day, and other relatives. Cholera Research Station here. IM Caner J.dte ., .......... Csttr. shall k. toy
unable to do the said. :
Data on this so. report ) B Horlrta, sad haa atltkM4' Ikal k* lb. Sm Mar rkatkamS
for hogging off. variety's performance The fire followed a long and lie WM a member of the Mt Zion 4larkar*4 a. Kirk Admlnlatratar aft.I / Martea Srkr ('koatkamIMS
For early hogging off. recom- in this state are being pub. narrow path. being about 1500 Christian Church: of Live Oak. thirty Bars from tkla Silk 4ar .( Jaonar C-K""">fIN >
lisped for the first time. The Funeral Services ,, A. O. IISSHt _
type feet wide and 3.1 miles in length. Funeral services were held JRSSE: : I. HOW HI, SM .
Is closely related to Florida 200. Monday afternoon at Joo: m. at Administrator' *f t....* of THE COURT Or COUNTY JUDAS
Flames burned about 320 p
Local Kiwanians but has better stalk acresof ".... B, K.wtll. Jr. IJea IN AND FOR SUWAMNtE COUNTY,
strength and oak ridge land owned by P. C. Here SaturdayFor Mt. Zion Christian Church, -.... FLORIDA.
shorter plants than does Florida Crapps and then spread Into a southwest of Live Oak. with the II." IN RRl
200. RKItY: WKAVER: AKA
Observe Club's50th planted pine tract of Henderson Rev Phillip AUlgood and the Rev. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS HEMRT: EBUV WItA."...
Flue cured tobacco varieties Land and Lumber Co. where approximately RobisonFuneral Jake Thomas officiating. Interment OH TMADK NAME LAW DICI'IUII'
recommended for Suwannee 1 TO WHOM IT MAY LONCtSNIN.Ilre NOTICE OF FILING F-KTITION
350 acres of a threeto 1 was In Macedonia Cemetery ta krkf Cleat that Ik* ..4.rlli > POll FINAL DISCHARGE
AnniversaryLive County offering black shank resistance four old pine plantationwere service for Clarence with the James B. Daniels Funeral >.4, ,..*.*... I* lk. Iwilttmit. .... Kotlr* to korotr BVM |k*| | tars
are NC fli and McNalr year Augustus Robison, who resided st' ...,.,.. Ck*,l.t ..*... .f _llm. ..... fllo4 s ptllkM far final 4lMkan aa
burned. 1 Home of Live Oak In chargeof 0. rinrM a..,.t*.. ".,. will ........ Admlalalratrta of Ik. fatal of Klt
Oak Kiwanians! dedicated 12. Crews said. These types are All fire control equipment In 908 Conner Street In this city, arrangements. with. Ik* Clark ot Ik* rin,it C*.rt U Woarof ... Harp Kllr Was..., Star
their meeting of January 27 to the broad leaf variety. were held Saturday afternoon at his ..4 for a..M.*. Csaab, rivrW, a,. wad. aa U Ik* ('salt
the county was mobilised and ; Survivors In addition to .. .*.."'>t .f cronr .( ....11...... .! Ikil J.4f* of Sawaano* Covatr. FlarM oa
those who guided the club during The medium to narrow leaf rushed to the scene and a back 3:00 pjn. In the Daniel Ntmor-I mother are the widow, Mrs. Nancy ..,.*. tk. ,...11101... Him., ....ltlCRAFETTE Ik. ISIS. 4., of Fokraart .Isefas ap.praral .
than 40 It hubeen varieties SOTTUNO Ca for final 4lnk.r(* aa ".....
the better without black
years shank tel Chapel with the Rev
resistance Bass. Live Oak; a daughter ..
up unit dispatched from Madison ..... wkUk w* will assail I I. ki .lnMW bars *f aaM ae. .
In existence. The local observance are Hicks: White Oold. County to stand by In this county Brabham pastor of the First Miss Betsy n.... Live Oak; two ..,*Ot I* .....* In k.llN... 1.IJv. MAT N. WEAVER
was part of Kiwanis In.wrnatlonal' and Florida 22. The varieties with Methodist Church of Live Oak Steve Baas both 0... rinrld >..4 ear i44rai I Is ".. A........ .,.... of Ik. 1.1.1..0
Three tractor and plow units anda sons Carter and .... ,
1, N.. SIS.. U.. l>.k, rkirM. .. K.up w. aka Hmrr Kollr'
celebration of the black shank resistance are Coker power-wagon were used in the offlelstlnB of Live Oak: a slsUr. Mrs Betty Tk. (..... .( *...nki* I* ..11.., wears.. D..a..d.
sow anniversary! of the foundingof SO P and McNalr 30. effort. The deceased w,as born In Oeorgla Jones Gs.lne.vlUe; and five brothers J, W, I-OIM'MMI: 14% 11.41
PAUL JUNKS 58%
Kiwanis In Detroit Mich in Crews said that another consideration One of the tractor-plow units April 14. 1899. and had reslded Theron. Claude, and Win. n.lW Ills ... 4.r of r>krmrf AO.. NOTICE UNDKR FICTITIOUS

January 1(15. I In addition to black caught fire and suffered minor in the city for the past 23 ton. all of Live Oak. Thomas I.... j, W. ronriua: TO WHOM Oil TRADE IT MAT NAME MrKRNI LAW

In a special recorded message., shank resistance Is those varieties damage. No personnel was Injured years. He was a retired railroad (Buddy) Bass. U. 8 Air Force, PAUL IUNIa No!*. la kmkr ..... That it,. na4r.I .
..
International President Edward' that offer resistance to root knot. and no residences were endangered. section foreman and was a member Texas and Andrew Bass. Jsck 1111 .. tvraaa(iMptor 't.*'11.Ik*or flrlNkM..*..... aaaMlataio. .....

Moylan. prominent Miami real He stated that only Florida 22 of the Christian Church: sonvlll. NOTICE or AerilCATION ... FlorMa SI...!**, 1141, will _lo orwltk

estate broker extended greetings and NC 93 offered any protection The site of the fire had heavy Robison died at the county has- Serving u active pallbearerswere rod. 14 TAX.14,DtKDSM. r S.MOTICH ..01 for Ik.*..Ck.....k..t*.1M nasal flrrvlt,, r.......>..ml o orwMlpt to.

to the club. In his remarks. No,. or level to resistance to root knot. wiregrass and underbrush and pits Thursday, Kenton Baldwin. Maurice la .....KMV IIIVEN, Ikal .. mof pf p, ..,.. of ISM.
....... .. ..... ... wHI** Ik* lotllltHit Hamo, to-will
Ian placed Importance on the future Crews urged that local farmers despite recent rains the foliage Survivors Include the widow, MuRgTOve, Everette Omens A. P. r. of H Ik m* rollw.. MrtlfMatM C..a.r. kaaflM tkakl4or UVE OAK WILOINd WORKS

of Klwanls and said ht take these varieties Into consideration wu dry above the ground. Flames Mrs. Jessie Mae Robison and a Nott Dr. M. R. Zinober and I aahl rorllfwaloa lap f.r a taa dad Mk tads. ...... .. will ...*.. to kvalaou.
has before should only when daughter Mrs. Betty Sapp. both Iao4 Ikoroon T'". ...."....* p..... W* ..ao..l I* mat In .....*** to
planting
gone serve corn spread quickly due\ largely to high Claude Law. Mn ad peen .t ,.....ea. ,... 4.Ip.tb..t 1.1.. Oak. ......* sad ear add,**. la L
u a foundation on which to build and tobacco. He added that research winds. Fire control efforts turned of Live Oak; a sister. Mrs. Jean Ik. ...*..',., anil Ik. *ama I* Ooooor at.Tk .
greater clubs and render finer has proven over a periodof Into a race to let ahead of the ette Poland. Auiuata Oa.; a bro ...It.Iwtlfloal.. II was .Mo.....art... are .. faltowat.. ataul WRRM*f .awnonklp IMlMNINa: tot 11.%

community service. time that these varieties are fire and construct wide barriers. ther. Henry O. Robison. Atlanta, The Dr. John Oorrle State Museum Hoar of ......... IKS.Oooorlplloo. JACK WOOD 11.%

Mayor J. Marvin Phillips pro. best suited for growers In Suwan County Ranger O. Howard ....- Oa.; two nieces 0111 Robison and at Apalachicola commemorates a 11 of frapotlr ft. oVwIk"::. tk 111* NS Mvoai U.Mid.. tkl.. Illk tar # January A. D

claimed last week Klwanls Week nee County, lie termed the fire the largest and Jacquelln Durham; and tn the Inventor of artificial refrlgeratlon. > ('.. of 11..R11 wf ...... 11. WAl.I'M 1M1.NINQ
in Live Oak and read his proclamation es grandchildren.Active T......'. S peals, ..... II tae JACK WOOD
most destructive one that has occurred ..4 p55 W.al II ft., ikorto ..... 11.41 ,
to the club Wednesdayafter In Suwannee County since pallbearers were Hsjrden IIS ft. Ih.See Eoil 1* ft, ,..*... --- -
thanking the organisation Last Kite For Wood Smith C. K.: Sullivan. M. J. Cher Nartk; .h la? to FOR.
establishment of county-wide protection .. .
Nan ta nktolk *.. Oo r.. a..
for Its many years of service in in 1(31. ry. Jack Molt C T. Collins, and Public( NoticesNOTICE ..,.
Infant Held Here Paul Vann. All of aM. ',.an, Meat. In Ik*
Live The said the
Oak. mayor Only seven acres were burnedby c...., .1 .......... Slat. .1 r.. rW.Ualw 7oto\.95
club had played an Importantpart Virginia Diane Wood. Infant forest fires In this county In Interment' was In the City ..<" ....11..... or rortltl*.!**
for 40 In daughter of Cemetery with the James nDaniels : or rtianc HEASINO TO kail k* !. law Ik*
over years development Mr. and Mrs Belvtu III... a good year as far as losses CHANCE toNg AND TO CLOSE pr.pirtr 7',1.: :: ealIdle.t..
and growth of this city. Wood died' shortly after birth from forest fins were concerned.: Funeral Home of Ur CES T AIM STREETS .r ..rtlflr. .ioa will k. old. I. Ik. .kiik.l. 666
Put u. Governors K. K. Hamilton here Friday morning. w Oak In charge of arrangements.' N...*. I. Prokr ,area Ihal I p1,11W ........ al tk. wart lb.... ...wr m Ik* tale
I..,,., will to kM. Io, led I:Mr co...... flnl Mo...., I I.. .....,. of Mark, ISIS, :
and Louie C. Wadiworth The Woods live on Northwest .f Ik* riir of I.. tie rWlJa MIN wkkk I Ie tk. It! 4ar M ......., IMI.
were asked to recall Incidents Second Street. Park Church CoM.ll Moo** <:Hy tUlL M Taar4ar. ---- -.-- -
Last Rites For Dnwling r./...., II, ides al 1dF, M..r Ik* .
they experienced while serving u Orsveside services were held ,.rpw of ...a4lM Eoalot Ilr4laaar*
Florida district officials. Wads- Saturday afternoon at 4-30: I !an1Wr.U Ilrvltal M. 411 Imp S MM S-IA I........u.n
pm. W CIC.......t.ll a* Ik. .......,
worth served In 1 Sand Hamilton at the Crawford Lake Cemeterywith Watson Baby A two-week revival will begin ....,*"" aa k.lo* M it,. (Mr *f t. ..
In 1M3. Two other members the Rev. J. O. Hill officiat Tuesday night February t. st the .... *o4 .,.. w Iko w.h, ......
.... Nw.k kr TaaM
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of the Live Oak club. C. P. HtV ing.Interment Teal tenon Watson four Dowtlng Park Church of Ood meal A. .. *Ik. M.I* k, Kallro4 A..... SEE TIlE ALL NEW MF 135
fensteln In 1MJ. and 8am Olbbs was In the adjoining months old daughter of Mr and The Rev Eugene Rals will aM aa4 *. ,k*Tooaooooo aVolk or Slroot l>..>frow roo S TooArH >rl.Ao4 .-

In 1MO. also held this office while cemetery with the James D. Mrs. Orady ... Watson of Route I. the evangelist with services to be .>. lkt* Eal <. SlllM4 Afmii a4-
residents here.President Daniels Funeral Home of Live died suddenly at the home ol her held each night at 1.10: pm. ,..., p*** "f T...... Ar.._ frowl The 3-plow hustler of the rugged new tractor breed
Oarth Nobles presided Oak In charge of arrangements. parents Friday' morning. The Rev. W H Wilkins ..Maiorof IIO.Nw1 lot awoot i. T******** 150..1Al from MiMM.-y.Vf.viuaon built' to be the vrorlA'a treat

I the church this WHir .tnd-- mi.wt.l '1...... ... proporlr seller I With
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and presented the program. itstcr Advanced
Other survivors Include a The Infant was born In this yea,. .kail ...* .. .>p.fi.mtr 5. Woar new Incrtaned-capaclty Perirunon
The club took oognlsance of Terry' Joe Wood. Live Oak. t'O\Int.1lrptf'mbft! 30. IMI.Funeral : ed an Invitation to all to attend System new automated operating ease .

the passing of Sir Winston and the grandparents Mr and services were held In 1 the services.MrAljiln. riuw Ot* .f..L.....1* ok, nMVotftor new beefed-up power new rugged toughnea
.
Churchill and Florida State Mrs. Carl Wood. Live Oak. and the Suwannee! Funeral Home H.ator, rmMMt Call for a dt'mon.tr.Uoltodlyl I lALLBRITTON

Treasurer J. Edwin Larson. J. W. Darby, Jasper. I Chapel Sunday afternoon at 3:00 Cmiumiiiity To' unlIT Hr.*r W, r...>, CH, Ctok

pm. with Interment In Madison ".It __ ._
Clicker -
Cemetery In Hamilton County, Sponsor, Supper NOTICE or AW ICAOOfT I

LOOK! SPECIAL! The Rev L T Carter conducted The McAlptn Community Club Poe Tax til 10. BROS.
S104 /I. t*
I. sponsoring\ a fried thicken sup.per <
the last rites. Ik .
NO'tlrl IS NaacP r C1IVBN. *
FOR TUB MONTH OP FEBRUARY WC: WILL OWE In addition to the parents. eur Friday night. February I, al rtwrM. Horn .-.... c.._,, Ik. '1 '
... i
ooMor *f Ik* Mrllfl.**** TRACTOR CO.
the Community Center beginning
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nieces Include two sisters, Rhonda (114 ooH *r -.a1.. 44 toM 6'
1V& DISCOUNT ALL MATTEEM **f Fare and Wanda Kaye Watsun. at T.M: pjn. 10.o4 ,a.r .a, Tk oottMwol* ....
ITHOLITCRT WORK Wr a4 f I..aw. Ik. 4*.orlP- 218 W. BTII
of roar* ST. 362.23a1APortubleTlargaing
meal farmers
The Is free to
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both of Live Oak: ,randmolb. no* *f Ik* pf. ..if, **4 .Ik* MM* hikltk
Mrs Charles Dewer. Madison this county and their wives, an H wee ....... M* N lllvf
Come la and of work write phone us and - '
see some our or or COMN*. it*
we win peck up and deliver. Quick service and expert and Mrs. Celeste. Watson Live announcement made by MrsFred ,_, of ..-*** .*...
workmanship at an tame,. Oak:; and great grandmothers. 11.... said las.tl.ll.. d rr**.r.. -, w**_.r_Mw a
Mrs. Nancy 0.... Lee and Mr. --- - -

All Flo. Mattreu & Upholstery Co.P. C. K. neacham.. Gainesville.Suwannee .

C POWELL U Tears la Live Oak Funeral' Home ol Low Cost Loans AvailableFOR D@@ @lf

Fine Ave>a* .,.*.* Mt-ItU Live Oak bad than of arrange

ments.Yoo FINANCINOIIOUSEIIOLD

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TV*. ...... .... Dryers llevve. I....
Check on leer new Low Intend Rate For

NEW CAR LOANS .
Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need 'fom '
.7 Monthly Payments To Fit Tour Budget ;t1

ALL FINANCING BA8-DONOOOO CRKDIT RATINOOume Coast: to C

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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1965

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FromWashington Agriculture To Play Major RoleIn I Four Classes In WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT

Reports OF THE I

Political. Ideological u! StruggleNEW uv! Heifer Show Set Suwannee Valley Livestock Market

ORLEANS AgricultureIs than 1060. He pointed out that
For 1965 EventRules
taking on a new significance in the demand for non-food agricultural Bales at Suwannee Valley Livestock standards brought $13.50-$15.75;
the political and ideological strug products may be inceraslng and regulations for the Market last Wednesday utility went for $1100-$1450;
gle throughout the world University even more rapidly than the mar 1065 Suwannee Youth were off from those of the previous and inferior grades sold for $9.75-
By DON FUQUA of Florida educator said today ket for human food. The market Valley week with 182 cattle and $10.50.
Heifer Show and Sale were adopted -
for pet food, saddle and race of the calves going under the hammer Standard cows sold for $12.75-
at recent meeting
17. S. a
Congressman Speaking at the Southern Farm horses, ornamental plants and sponsoring organization's boardof compared with 332 sold the week $13.50; utility animals went for
s -- -- Forum here, Dr E. T. York Jr. flowers, and turf are all Increasing directors. Major changes madein before 100012.75; while Inferiors
Congress Begins 89th Session 1 look forward to the work. The Provost Institute of Food and in direct response to increase rules from last year's show Trading was active with the demand brought $8.00-$10.00.
The first session of the 89th Congress Science and Astronautics Committee Agricultural Sciences Gainesville in per capita income. were in the classes to be shown. good for all classes. Slaughter Calves, 250-475 Ibs., good graders .
is now underway, and I begin is charged not only with Florida declared, "Agriculture becomes The Provost compared the way This years event will have four cows were steady, bulls weak) sold for 11573-117.25; standards
my second term as your rep. our space effort but also moat of more Important with every scientists have increased the mobility classes for cacti breed and the to f 100 lower and other slaughter for $14.25-116.50; utility
resentative. This Congress followsthe the scientific research program of new mouth to feed this at a of American agriculture to heifer. may be bred or unbred. classes few in the number offered. 130015.50; and inferior animals
longest peacetime session In this nation. This has and is most time when a world-wide population the way the development of Classes to be shown this year Feeder-stocker steers were few' for 11001300. Calves
history, as we were In almost con important to our colleges and. explosion has been termedby transportation has Increased the Include: with heifers strong to $150 higher .,1; 150-250 Ibs.. utility sold for
tinuous session for almost 22 universities in particular. many as mankind's most urg- mobility of American Industry Summer yearling heifers and cows $100 to $150 lower.' $1400-117.00 while inferiors sold
months. It Is my feeling that this As we begin this session of the ent and critical problem." Water is perhaps the most Important heifers calved between May 1, Calves 250 lbs for $1200-$1550.

session Is going to be a long and Congress, I know that I share I Dr. York sees southern agriculture makes it natural possible to resource Increase that the 1064. and August 31, 1964. uneven but over averaged mostly were steady very- Hog sales were up u 839 sold
trying one also. the hope of all Americana that it i on the threshold of a new production of agricultural products Junior :yearling heifers heifers while calves under 250 Ibs this week compared with 768 the
There are going to be a large will be a constructive se&slon, thatwe and exciting period of growth In the southeast in the future calved between January 1, were fully $100 higher. previous week.
number of highly controversial will see legislation passed capable of overshadowing any 1964, and April 30, 1964. Mixed grades 180-210 lb. barrows .
he said. York said thesouth's
Fully two-thirds
of the
l&sues coming before this sessionof which will strengthen our nationin thing ever before experienced in Senior yearling heifers helf- supply and gilts, sold for $1621;
abundant supply of water cleared to feeder-stacker
) Congress. I shall continue my its struggle for world peace for history era calved between September 1. accounts 210-240 Ibs. $1605; 240-270 IDS
efforts to represent you, the people all men, and that we will have an Two factors he cited in this accelerated puts with respect It in an to enviable resource position that is 1963, and December 31, 1963. calves.while slightly\ over one-third were $1303.: 160.180 Ibs. $1561; 140-
of our district. I am deeply economic development which will growth are the demandfor a Special class heifers calved 140 lbs. 81476; 120-140 Ibs. 14.
in short supply in the western The few
grateful for this opportunity of provide for a growing nation and agricultural commodities and between February 20, 1963, and cutter and utility 03: 100.120 lbs $1420; and 80-
part of the United States and slaughter steers offered sold for
100
lbs $13.90.Medium .
service which have allowedme its
:you people I
July 20 1063.
the south' unique resources pro.
around the large population
cen 112.23-$14 25 and
and I can assure :you that my Bills Introduced At the out. viding many competitive advantages ters. All heifers shown must be registered one canner and food feeder pigs
()one desire Is to make a good Congressman set of this session of Congress, I with other regions I be in the exhibitor's name went for $9.75.The under 70 Ibs. sold for $14 00-
"Our agriculture can just as
offering of few .
for our 13-county dis Introduced two bills which I consider Dr. York said that the volumeof big and prosperous we have the and must be owned by the exhibitor heifers. 525-623 Ibs.a good $1 US: while those 70-110 Ibs.
trict. to be of tremendous importance food demanded in 1975 will Imagination and Ingenuity to plan for at least six months prior to went torU8.75UT.'lS sold for 15001150. Good feeder
I would like to emphasize again to our nation. Both of these amount to some 34 per cent more for it and the muscle and determination the show. March 18 is the dead and utility helfen pigs 110-140 Ibs. went for
sold .
that this Is office and thatwe for $12 50-$13.25.
your ..
Identical line $15.00 75.
measures are to bills this year for ownership. -$
to make it, Dr. York
are merely its custodians for There were a few commercialcows .
which I Introduced in the last simple Four-H Club members should
you. We want to hear from :you session but did not get out of pie want to continue these concluded contact club leaders and FFA and these brought $11.50-
devotional exercises. I am hope $1425 while One of the nicest things about
regarding the Issues which face the utility cows sold for
committee for a vote on House members their advisor before
our nation and to be of assistanceto floor ful that we might get this measure ; $12.50.$14.00, cutters for $1075- adolescence II that it's only tem
you whenever and wherever we The first of these measures to the House floor for a vote NFJC Homecoming purchasing a heifer. $1323, and canners which dropped porary.If.
In this session. I March 25.27 to .
$9.09$11.00.Utitlty
can.I would clarify the issue of Bible with
have the privilege of serving reading and prayer in our pub. The second measure deals leg MADISON The North FlorIda Cadet I'rcttton Awarded bulls sold for $1300-
on the Science and Astronautics the apportioning of our state $1800, cutters went for
scheduled $12.50-
lie schools. As know, recent Junior College hU
:you
Committee and this session was Supreme Court decisions have islatures. I have Introduced a bill its homecoming for March 2527. Meritorious RibbonCadet $14.00, and a few canners brought. you were born in
named to the District of Columbia questioned and clouded this time- which would provide for a which constitutional Special guests for the event will I Harold Gary Preston, 110.00-$11.00. January of an odd.
Committee. Both of these offer honored tradition. We are con I, amendment of be the class of 1960 which U to son of Dr. and Mrs. H. F, Preston Good calves sold for U 7.50.
challenges for service, and I cerned further with where such would leave the apportioning handsof : celebrate its 6th reunion. Jr.. of Live Oak has been $2050; standards for $1500- numbered year, renew
decisions and reasoning might our state legislatures in the The theme for the 1965 Homecoming awarded the meritorious conduct $17.25; and a few utility for drivers license
serious
the states. This Is a very your
lead us, for in their decisions, one which the was chosen from some 20 ribbon and various accompanying $13.00-$13.15.
USE of the justices wrote that It American question people and one should be allowed submitted by various groups and privileges by Sewanee Military One choice realer sold for this month.
might well be within the line of Individuals. The winning them "a Academy for the first semester $24.00.
reason that tax exemptions for to decide. of brighter tomorrow through a better of the 1064-65 school year Good feeder-stocker steers sold
FUCO In both
I would point out
church contributions, chaplainsIn these cases that the American today" was submitted by the He won the award by maintaining for $170073: standards Reece BrownCOUNTY
our armed forces, etc., might of Students Speakers Bureau chair a "B" or better in conduct I brought 00-91640: and utility
have to con.stltutlonal
Brand well be of doubtful constitutionality. people approve such ed by Louis Ooodman of Greenville throughout each of the semester's grades went for $11.00-114.50 JUDGE
amendments, as
I want to make it very clear I grading periods I One good heifer sold for $1800; ,
these bills call for. Congress cannot
InsecticideFOR that I believe firmly and fervently pass such amendments but<
in the of church
separation
the
merely can give to the people M
and state. However, there .
are
right to adopt) or reject suggested ,
certain time-honored reverencesto amendments
BEST RESULTS God which our nation has traditionally Three-fourths of the states w
enjoyed: and I believe must approve an amendment
that the vast majority of our peo-
through vote of their state legislatures
before it can become law. 'fTv'
W W m
I feel that the American people 4tjvy k *
have the right to make the final

IRRIGATION decision fundamentally in questions Important which as these are, House-hunting ? y ? Wherever

COMPLETE SYSTEMS and I hope to see these bills enacted .
In this session of the Con

M .-_..., .....INSTALLED. DisfittBUTona& FINANCED FOR I gress.Our National Defense I be.1 y you see a C fe home with theMedallion

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS hove that one of the most impor .
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S. ELECTRIC MOTORS strong United States national The defense passing for of the Sir I ttm fi emblem of Electrical

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tures. In his message he pointedout
LAKE CITY FLORIDA
that United States strategic
nuclear power on alert has Increased *
FARMERS IMPLEMENT three-fold in the past everything for comfort
CO. your
four years. I believe that the continued k
awareness of our defensive P*
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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA most Important tasks which the I?

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HURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1965 SUWANNEE.DEMOCRAT UVE OAK FLORIDA PACE SEVEN



sst r Subscriptions I BcachvillcWe News And Activitiet From


Pastor's CornerREV. Suttannee Democrat are having some cold wea- were guests of her parents, Mr. TILE RECREATION CENTER \ I
ther here now and have had some and Mrs. Willie Beach. Saturdaynight .

Listed below are new subscriptions good rams too. and Sunday,
and subscriptions renewedto Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cason of Mr. and Mrs. Hots Spooner and I By ROY 81TUVAN. Bleeder ".

RAYMOND WHITE the Suwannee Democrat from Jacksonville were guests of his daughter. Ginger of Jacksonvillewere During the past week 15 records Snwannee Laundry S S
75; I January 22 to January 29. parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ca- guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. disappeared from the record Cheek Drag S.
50; Minister St. Lake's Episcopal Church son last week end. E. Spooner and Mr. and Mrs. Luther rack collection. Most all the records It..&'. A A W a 7 .r
75- NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS O. D. Beach. Jack Kennedy Adklns Friday" night and missing are the most popularones The first game of the season
I and W. H. Tldwell were all business Saturday. Used mainly by local teen. for the seventh and eighth graders -
75. For whoever would save his ness that has control of their O. S. Whltfield. Branford visitors In Jacksonville Foley Ferns of Perry visited : agers for record dances. The records was lost to the Lake City Pal-
for j life will low It; and whoever mind and body.It Mrs. Arthur H. Berwick Lake Thursday.We Mrs. Sanford Beach Sunday afternoon are marked and each has anlmber. cons 38 to 17. Pittman and Jernl
of the
ort I loses his We for my sake and is a matter of pride with Worth were sorry to learn I \ Those missing are numbers gan shared scoring honors with 9
Edward Murphy Tampa death of Mrs. Mary English In
will It. For 1. 3. 19. 23. 28 SO, 31, 34. JS
the gospel's lire some people that they cannot admit Mr. and Mrs O. D. Brach and points each. Coach Wayne Pitt-
the
to P David Bares BranfordC. Eustls last week. She was 3.. 17. 3.. 41, 42. and 44. It Is
id. what does It profit a man. to themselves, let alone to and lived Gary Beach were supper guests of man has scheduled practice sessions
T. Qrtmsley, Branford Cannon
id.'ity. vain the whole world and forfeit others, that there is anything former Mary Mr and Mrs. BUI Bsrtley and hoped that the records will be returned for the team and said he felt
She was
Mrs. George Croft. L. O. here number of years.
! his life (Mark 8Ib: -le) This a daughter Sandra. Sunday evenIng as soon as possible so that the team would be better when
with their life. same
wrong Odom of
Mott Buick Co, L O. aunt of Mrs Willie
|. teaching. Jesus wa pro- in Mulberry.Rev. sufficient records will be available : they meet the Boys Ranch team
n In this type of pride shows up In an argument Dicey Ann Crapps. SUunton Beachville and sister of Matt
'Ie'. .oklng hU hearers to consider when a person may go to Va. Cannon of Branford. P. E. Day of Lake City for the next record dance Saturday at the Coliseum at 3:00
for lives not necessarily This put week was an exciting pin Tuesday at 7:00: am. In the
Lhelr own : extremes to keep from having to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll will fill his appointment hen
old whether or not they were willing admit that he was wrong in his and Wayne, of Gainesville I Sunday. Visitors always welcome. one for the fifth and sixth grade Coliseum a game with Madison
A sacrifice their lives for him ando stand. And again this pride is SUBSCRIPTIONS) RENEWED son basketball league. Tuesday Cheek will be played.Attendance .
old e gospel, but to evaluate Just I present in the refusal of either James B. Dames L. O. Drug knocked Suwannee Laundry at the dance Saturday
the *hat were their coals in life and I the husband or wife to admit Armando Oonsales, Tampa Pine Level I out of a tie for first place IS.'. nl.ht... excellent. The 1
heir ambitions. that there may possibly be faults Fred Lyons Rt. L. O. Friday Suwtnnee Laundry regained music provided by "The Shadows"was
ar- To a patient In a hospital bedrecovering in both parties which would be Miss Bertie Mae Robinson. L.O. a tie for first place by defeating well received. This Saturday,
21.Ibi. from results of his own an alternative to rushing oft to W. T. Comutt. L. O. Mr. and Mra. Noel Cramer of lied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tmsler I Commercial Bank ".13. February 6, the "Jades" from
cesses, a friend asked him toonslder the divorce courts. Frier Music Co.. L. O. Greensburg. Incl.'Islted Mr. and awhile Sunday afternoon. Round three of basketball will Lake City wUI play from 8.00: to
40- the lift he had been Uvng > Too often, we live from day today Mrs H. T. Lee. O'Brien Mrt. Carl Tressler Sunday. Mrs. Carl Trtssltr visited Mrs. be over on Peb. 4. The final round 11:00: pin.Ilnftrhall.
14.. and to consider the effect of as If this life were the only J. O. Clark. Rt. L. O. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes were Drtw Holmes awhile Monday of play will begin Peb. 6 and end .
80. his self-tndulgenoa on his wife thing that we had to consider and T. L. Andrews Wellborn supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. morning. Ptb. 15.Other.
T. J. Oelger. Wellborn Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Toole and
and children and his neighbors. this attitude necessarily! Indicatesthst P. Fortner Thursday night. I games played during theweek PopularBaseball
Suwannee Valley Electric Co son. Jimmy, and Kenneth Dutton -
'IgS Without any hesitation the sick our life has "me" at the cen- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howe and were: or Belsu-boru, came
L. O. Carl
operative. Mrs.
visited Mr. and
00Ibf.- man replied, "Way what is wrong ter. Ood put us on the earth to Chester Jenkins Rt.. L. O. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were Trailer Saturday night. Jan 25 Cheek Drug 9; Commercial to Japan In 1873 and proved an
with my UfsT"Although use and to enjoy the fruits of the business visitors In Tallahassee Bank IS. Instant hit. When the first imported ..
Mrs. M. H. Hingson. L. O. The community sing will beheld
ed- It may seem Improb- earth but sometimes these pleasure Friday Jan. 31 Kent's A & W B; American ball wore out
R. F. Holcomb. Rt. L. O. at Pine Level Baptist Church
for able. It Is possible for some peo become ends In themselvea M. Moore via- Commercial Dank 20. students held an autopsy and
Albert Csdow. Rt. L. O. Mr. and Mrs. H. Saturday night r>b. < at '::30.
pie to go through life without By devoting our drives and ambitIoN Mrs. H. P. Milford Standings as of Jan. 2e; Fashioned a duplicate using a
Mrs. Lucille Olive. L. O. iced Mr and Everyone: Is Invited to attend.
jertously taking! stock of them- I' to satisfying the outer Wen LoMCmmreUI boot sole for the core and urv
I:. J. Daniels. OrlandoJ. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. II. C. Wood and Mrs. Drew
selves and the life they are living; man we tend to starve and neglect Bank < I raveling socks for yarn.
W. Sites Brfcn Donald Wllacn Holmes
out Mr. and Mrs visited Mrs. J. P. Tool
the 11 there
never asking question the nourishment of the Inner
m- Bertha SaPP. O'Brien and baby of Cherry Lake ylaiUdMr. awhile Saturday morning.Gravitation .
anything wrong with my UfeT"Vrhsps man. Our earthly life Is a won .
J. W Kite OBrlen Sunday U.
they are afraid of the derful gift which Ood gave us to and Mrs Harry Upper For The Bed In
I H. H. Hair Jr, Tallahassee
mswrr that they already know or make the most of but there Is evening.
Claude Crapps III. L. O. Mrs. Jim pagan oLive Weak
Mr. and
they believe that ,
perhaps they much more to life than accumulating
are beyond the point where It Is material things 411 this Mrs. Pearl Nobles L. O. Oak were dinner guests of Gravitation Is actually a weak ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
possible for them to reorient their I I world or than experiencing all Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mon. force. A stupendous quantity of

Ives. or to escape from the sick the fulfillments of our bodily de- sires. dsy. the earth's matter six sextllllon STANDARD ROOFING y
I Instead of having! "me" at the Mr and Mra. Wilbur Ray MeLeod tons Is needed to produce the
center of his life the Christian and children of Lake City gravity field In which people live. and
has Christ Jesus, through Whom spent Sunda with Mr. and Mra. Man can generate magnetic or '
SHEET METAL CO.
there is the hope and promise R. W. No.1.,. electric forces hundreds of times
Allis-Chalmers that all things will be given to Rev, Charles Johnson of Perry more powerful with a few pound 211 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 2<<-2646
him who commits his life to the was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. of Iron or copper. FREE BONDED
will of Ood. We are asked to repent Harry Lepper Sunday ESTIMATESVALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS
SALES and SERVICEIN to turn around and put ourlelfcentered Mr and Mrs. Roy Howell oLive (10".... Supplies. al MtC'rtn'al) ,
life behind us anb Oak visited Mr and Mrs. -- -- -- ,,---.
to lose J our life by surrenderingour Drew Holmes Monday
THE LIVE OAK AREA
spirits to God's Holy Spirit. Mr and Mrs. II. M. Moore visited .
- When it Is too late, many people Mr and Mrs. Louie Fortr*

We Repair Any Make Model] Tractor have come to the realluUon Thursday nlsht.
or that all their years of striving to Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wood of Know What You Are Buying ? ?

tWill Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver) let the most out of life have been Jacksonville spent<< Fridsy night
In vain.The sum total of their life and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
II and the worldly law Drew Holmts.
-ALL WORK GUARANTEED aero
hey have made are to no advan Mr and Mrs. James Kindred Dolomite Products of Ocala has served the liming s

ta".. They find that they havein and children of Ft. Myers spent needs of Florida for thirty-years and has continuously
over
end with Mr and Mrs
week
fact forfeited this life. We liven the
Leo Dunham Building expectation of a larger Hie with Carl Tressler.Mr. promoted the limerock industry throughout the Suwannee

(Mayo Road Across From Ilowland Feed Mill) Ood which Is promised through and Mrs. Marvin Alderman Valley area.
the life and death and resurrec- and children of Live Oak spent
Phone 362-3222 lon of Jesus Christ. And yet, Sunday with Mr and Mra B F

there Is also the premise In the layes. We feel our friends and customers should know what
and Mrs. Ernest: Holmes
Gospel of Christ that this life on Mr.
earth can be lived In Its fullness, visited Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes they are buying The following Is an analysis of a representative

Landen Tractor Co. for those %ho crater their Aft In FrWsJ night. sample of d/p dolomite. You will find present
God. For Ood came Into the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore vis-
HAROLD LANDEN Owner world that we might hive life, ted Mr and Mrs. William Moore 15 elements that are utilized by growing plants.
I today and tomorrow. and have Friday nlsht.
life more abundantly. Mr and Mrs. L. P. Portner via.C .


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f.,p k Stftr Sort Cff Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3)) 1,170.40
Magnesium Carbonate (MC03)) 788.00

Calcium oxide (CaO 657.80

Magnesium oxide MgO) 341>>.80

Carbon dioxide (CO2)) 81>>4.00

Iron oxide Fe203)) 6.60

Alumina (AI2O.1)) 11.40

1'hoephorlc Acid ((1206)) 1.20

a Titanium oxide (TIO2)Manjrsnese ) .080
oxide (MnO) .080

Chromium oxide (Cr2O3)Arnenlc : ) .0080

oxide (A.2OJ) .00210:

CHEVROLET Rdftorale ,oar drinvay+ Sodium oxide (Na20)) 7.80

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Chlorine !
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Strontium ((8r) .320

Harium (Ha) .0610
Zinc ((7.n) '4' .280

Vanadium (V) .040

Copper (Cu) .010

Cobalt (Co) .0060

Boron (H) .0080

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ly read the resolution on Page state. He will be making his home dlencfl the local athletic association Clayland $2.00: and at Wellborn senior high school picture unless transferred! to either Live Oak or
No.1 12, for this 1** now the official at Live Oak. was out of debt and had a $123. Here again a savings- of they are given this instruction in Branford for the school :year beginning -
advisory committee member and policy of Suwannee County in the surplus In Its bank account rare tome several thousand dollar the eevnth and eighth grade August 1985.
school officials who explained to assignment of pupils to this county' No. 6 event for Florida high schools. can be made. Some saving would 9. That there are students redding 2. That all student at the Mc
a disappointing small crowd oLive school Whether It way The banquet was prepared by result In maintenance, supplies near each of the three cite Alpin School be transferred to
public
Oak school patron plans for meet federal legal requirements completion.Beaufort. the lunchroom staff under direction and other school service Your whose attendance at school either Live Oak or Branford. effective -
the Junior-senior high school and will no doubt be revolved In the expressed a desire to of Mrs. E. J. Fullbrlght. Dec committee estimate total savingsto might permit expansion of instruction August 1989. Thl recom-
finding to date of the committee. future. have priority on 1-10 changed tan orations were in charge of the A be ,at least $40,000 and more and faculties and assure mendation made effective this
Chairman Ratllff told the near earlier date saying It was now' team cheerleaders with cheerleader probably $50,000 If the student the lame standard of Instruction year due to the condition of the

group that there was no question scheduled for 1967-68 construc for the C team doing the sere at these three site were tran as that now riven at the larger I McAlpln School which the com-
but what a bond Issue would be No. 4Among tion. In,. ferred to either Live Oak or schools In the county.: I mittee considers totally Inadequate
recommended but that the am the projects accomplished A meeting will be held in Lake Carl Moore 1* current president Branford a* the School Board 10. That the school board'spolicy for further use a* a school
recalled b, City in early March at which time without the expenditure of at
the as
ount depended on studies now going during year of the Bulldog Boosters. deem feasible. : of usually: granting permission
on at.every school site In the Mrs Hem were a demonstration the Suwannee County plan for 5. That the building at MeAl for children to attend least $50,000 deemed impracticaland
located where Vann secondary road and priority requests uneconomicaL Transfer of
county. kitchen, first pin ha deteriorated to such a degree larger school when same 1* requested -
Sausage now is and later u par for primary work in the No. 8 of this these students to either the Live
that continued use by: their parent I 1a highly
Sandwiched among these con of the agricultural building: first county will be submitted. 10 per cent to 20 per cent of the school present a problem of acceptable to patrons and citizen Oak or the Branford school presents -
calls from St work on establishing a public library Mayor J. Marvin Phillips was students now enrolled in these The no problem a* the 62 students -
ferences were phone health, safety, and morale.) of Suwannee County.
Augustine relative to the National to replace the small librar Invited to meet Beaufort a* wellas schools do not rcelve the special roof needs replacement, all parts now attending the school
from Jackson ies maintained by many demonstration several other local citizens. attention and instruction they leak 11. That many parent sincerely can be absorbed without additional -
Ouard Armory, of the building have bad ,
making Commissioners! expressed satisfaction feel that consolidation results teachers and will
classrooms
order, and clubs; mattress : should have. or
vile about a paper the wall need painting, floor
addition with the conference and to correct the deficiencies in long and arduous bus ride overcrowd class
from Atlanta relative to some ma canning; and more recently 3. That are bad and the general conditionof not any: or section -
have ordered. of an assistant home agent. stated they felt this county would cited above would require additional which are felt to be especially- at either school
chinery we the school is highly unsatisfactory -
It was a busy 30 years and receive fair and equal treatment teacher, equipment and harmful to young children. 3. That the P-TA's and patrons
for children to go
Schools and roads certainly are home demonstration activity has from the new road board member facilities and the spending of several i to school.a* a place 12. That no capital outlay: at Clayland and Wellborn be encouraged -
Important and Tuesday could well permitted us to keep up and and that road construction additional thousand of dollar fund can be spent at any of the to make and assisted in
be an important one in this county's change with new methods and would be greater here In the years *. 6. The building at Claylandand three location and that any making a detailed study; or survey
future for groundwork was discoveries, Mrs. Haas concluded ahead. 4. That the cost of operating Wellborn are in good condition fund spent at these schools must : to determine if sufficient students -
laid for future events. I Miss Orady recalled experienceswhile these school now require more with some minor repairs and come from county taxes. (estimated by: this committee -
To climax the day I built agent here, expressing appreciation No. 7Bowden money per pupil than do the Live renovation needed and desirable. 13. That the securing of faculties to be approximately 179 pupil -
schools in my restless sleep Tues to the county for allowing also said YOU was Oak school For example, the However, in their present state for these schools has become *) can be secured on a volunteer
doing, for coat pupil for teachers' salaries they are deemed satisfactory, difficult and the turn-over in basis to
day night. I just wish the county her to learn by proud to have signed Johnny per permit a strong,
had the money to fulfill those I the job here was her first as a Hurst and Dale McCullers to at Live Oak is approximately comfortable, and adequate. teachers that ha* occurred in recent state-accredited, grades one
dreams. home agent. Later she moved to scholarships and they would join $200 per student per year, while 7. That all three school are yean at these schools ha through six school to be operatedat
Dade County as home agent and Sherrill Skinner and Williams as the cost per pupil for teachers' organized with two grades In one not permitted a continuity of instruction either or both locations
for the past 11 years she ha this city's contribution to the salaries at McAlpin and Clayland classroom under one teacher, and the staffing of, 4. That in event the surveys
No. 2ployees served on the faculty at Florida Seminoles. la approximately 1300 per year which In effect is one-half teacher school with competent and qualified II recommended above do not resultin
of the house certainly Influences State University. She said her duties Coach Bowden admonished the and at Wellborn $223 per year. per grade. Thl combining of teachers. sufficient pupils to Justify
Its effectiveness in serving here was hard work but extremely school's athletes that real accomplishments Based on 82 pupil at McAlpln; grade under one teacher is con- 14. That population trend in I state accreditation at the close
the public' need. The numberof itisfylng for each night come from within and 77 at Clayland; and 124 at Well- doned as a measure of necessity, the county indicate these schools of the 1956-88 school session
those employees 1a 1 an Important brought realization of something what they will do in the future born, this county now spends approximately but 1 II not considered an adequateor will decrease in pupils rather than then the pupil at Clayland and
element in determining how accomplished. depends to a great extent on what $24,000 per year more desirable arrangement In space increase in the next few yean. Wellborn schools also be transferred -
much money the legislative session She praised the county for the they do now. to teach these 263 children than ate education. 15. That students attending to Live Oak or Branford
will cost the taxpayers."I manner in which it has rebounded Durng the awards part of the It would cost to teach the same 8. That seventh grade students these schools do not receive instruction when adequate facilities are
am determined that the from the Hurricane Dora disaster program, trophies were presentedas number at the Live Oak school. at Clayland and seventh and In music and art, or made available at those sites, but
house itself shall set an examplefor and complimented the coun- follows: Included in this figure are two eighth grade students at Wellborndo have available to them the wide in no event delay such: consolidation -
the agencies of the state gov ty and its women for Improvinglife Captain for the 1964 season principals at 18,509 per year that not have adequate instruction range of modem teaching aid or accreditation beyond: the
ernment. Therefore, I have insisted thru home demonstration Malcolm Brady, presented by could be eliminated If these or facilities to prepare them for the larger school centers now school session beginning m August -
that Representative McDon practices.. Coach Wyman Townsel. schools did not operate. At least senior high school in the field of have and use.Therefore 1967.
ald employ as few persons as possible Other former agents here were Rookie of the Year Donald one additional teacher could be math and science. Based on the the Committee make 9. That a detailed study of bus
and to be sure that these I Mrs. Ray C. Floyd, who was Mrs Robinson, presented by George R. eliminated by consolidating these upgrading and expansion of the the following recommendation: route in this county: be made to
persons are as competent as he Jeanette Rich when she served Day for WNER. schools curriculum at Live Oak to include 1. That the seventh and eighth assure that no child, under nor- I
can find for the necessary jobs. here, and Miss Bernice Shuler, Lineman of the Year BernIe In the matter of custodian service these subject in the seventh and trades at Clayland and Wellbornbe mal operation, rides on a bus
"I recognize the difficulties un- who resigned early this year to Weaver, presented by Howard the same pattern exists. The eighth grade beginning next year, withdrawn at the close of the longer than one (Il) hour to or I
der which he will labor, for assembling accept a similar position in Wright for the Elks. cot per pupil per month at Live j these upper grade students will current: school year and the pupils from the school he or she at-
an efficient staff for Franklin County. Outstanding Player Dale Oak is SSc: : at McAlpln $2.110; at have difficulty fitting Into the In these grade at both schools be tends.
short-term employment Is no 'Miss Ida Jo Harrison 1a 1 pres- McCullers, presented by Sam Koff -----
simple task, but I am sure McDonald home agent in .
ently serving as for Olbbs.
has both the will and the Buwannee County with Miss Jean Achievement, lineman Corky ,

ability. Meadows as her assistant. Blspham presented by Coach
"A particularly busy time for Dorsett for the athletic depart- '
the chairman of the committee on ment. .

personnel occur before the legU No. 5Conner Achievement, back Malcolm .
lature actually is called into session Coach Town-
said the construction Brady, presented by
for a working force must be contract has been awarded to R. eel for the athletic department.
available when the members reach Malcolm Brady,
Scholastic
B. Oay Construction Co., Jacksonville -
Tallahassee. Residing as he does at a cost of 134928. resented( by Principal John
at Live Oak, McDonald will be
midsummer Johnson for Kennon's.
Completion is expected by
able to give the necessary time In this year. O. B. Dee, vice president of the

Tallahassee" to these prepara- The new laboratory, sixth in Hooster, gave each senior on the
tions. Need A Good Salesman?
he Florida Department of Agri team a gold football, an annual
Mc-
During the 1963 session,
culture's; group of diagnostic fa- gift made by the club each year.
Donald served u chairman of the
llltie operated by the Divisionof Four Bulldogs were recognized i
committee on labor and as a Animal Industry at strategic for winning all conference honors
member of the committee livestock
on -
ocatlons around the state, 1 II too during the put season. They were
the committee on mental built at Live Oak. Malcolm Brady. Johnny Hurst, Good salesmen are to hard to come by that many a

-y 1 health, the committee on public U. 8. Randall Box, and Dale McCullera. retailer has wished that he had old AIaddin' rub
safety, the committee on public The site la adjacent to the __ :;. .. lamp to ..
award and thanks tot
utilities, and the committee on Department AcT\au\ture station Special when he needed more help to sell merchandise
the school athletlo department -
where, for the past 8 years, a cooperative ?
temperance. State-Federal program I went to Dr Hugo Botolongo who
of hog cholera eradication research erred a* team physician, to Bill
No.3 hat been carried on. I Jernlgan who served u season .. .
the county.In "The hog cholera station ha b ticket chairman, to Smiley for It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman .

a report made to the board completed its research and will his services a* chairman of transportation ; who worked almost 24 hours a day who could make all
for the team, and to ,
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this week, the 15-man advisory be closing about the time our diagnostic -
committee pointed out that gen laboratory' is ready for Paul D. Langford for his continued the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every "
eral acceptance of the board' operation Conner said. "We Interest In bleacher construction & I r;
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normal procedure of permitting shall be negotiating with USDA to and constant support. y
parent to request permission to obtain the bulk of the station's Team Manager Freddie Severance
allow their children to attend a equipment for use in our new got a pat on the back for his
school other than the services during the season as did
one nearest aboratory.
to their home meet with general Designed primarily to handle Buwannre Funeral Home and the It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't

county approval. case of wine and poultry diseases James B. Daniel Funeral Home make mistakes who always told the correct sales tory
,
Until such time a* the county the new laboratory I II to be for having their equipment and I
received word from the court In equipped for handling also diseases personnel available at home ''I who found interested customers on short notice, and sold

which the cult was file, there is of horses and cattle. lame. merchandise
nothing that can or should be Heading up the facility will be Langford, when called on for I
done here the board ha been ad- Dr. T, J. Landers, former director remark, presented a written report .
vised. of Missouri' diagnostic labora- on bleacher construction and I .. .

Board members say the court orles. He ha joined the Florida work on Langford Stadium He If the merchant nabbed hard he might find salesman
action came a* a surprise to them )Department of Agriculture a* of outlined future plan for the site a
and that no delegation had ap- February 1, Conner said. and presented members of the I who could go right into the home, right into the living room
peared to request or demand Pending opening of the new coaching staff and their' wives
and talk to the housewife and tell the of his merchandise.
change In current policies. laboratory,. Dr. Lander will be token of appreciation for their story
This newspaper suggests that working at some of the other department work with the team > .
all resident of the county close laboratories In the Principal Johnson told the au-
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And that salesman would work at a low wage. That

REMEMBERall seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

never get sick never lay off, never take a vacation, always

savings accounts opened or additional funds added to say just what his employer wanted him to say.

existing accounts by the 20th of each month earn dividends

from the 1st. And, you may withdraw all or part of your Impossible! Even Aladdin's! genie couldn't produce ;'

savings at any time without notice. that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman i.

only in air castles. and W ,'
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Sv1NEE![ D J! T Hold Event Olympic Monday Mabry. Bryant T.PersonalsMrs. D.- Winter were business and visitor Mr*.


The first annual Suwannee in Gainesville Wednesday
of LIVE OAK River Boy Scout Olympic will beheld Mr. and Mr*. Paul Graham
Monday night February 8 at and family of Tallahassee and
Branford. This will be a competitive Mr. and Mri.Charles Thomas and

ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965 VOL. 80, NO. 38 activity which will consist of family of Gainesville, spent the
track and field events. Troopa week end at home with their
that will compete for the championship parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B.
Miss Johnston Makes\ I To rye Deaconess are Troop /0. Branford, Thomas Miss Joann Thomas
News From Branford University Dean's List and TTOOOI 168 and 389, Live Oak who attends the University of
I The Olympic will be held on Florida, also visited her parents
Miss Retina Johnston a fresh I the Branford school track field overall week end.
man at the University of Florida I and will begin at 7.00: p.m. The Mrs. R. O. Griffith was a business .
I was notified last week that the event will kickoff Boy Scout visitor In Jacksonville Fri
It has been placed on the current Week which Is held every Feb day
t :hools Discussedt Mrt. Hatch Democrat Fifteen Rural dean'i list for the fall trlmeste ruary 713.Monday Clyde Griffin spent several days

Correspondent This places her In the top five February 1. la Boy last week In the Tallahassee Memorial
Area Men's Church per cent of the entire class. She Scout fay on which day Boy Hospital where he under.
Mr* Hatch la new eetresponJent -
Groups was also pledged by the Alpha
I Scouts will be 54 years old. went surgery j
fee the Snwanne Lambda Delta Sorority on February 1 Invited attend EY'I I[
ryone to Debbl. Want, and Palmer
in the Branford
Denteerat ana
I Club Meeting Mceeedlag Mr. Lola Williams To Hear BishopChurches 2.Miss. event at which trophies a' a Daughtry of Lake City spent the
Johnston attended high and ribbons will be liven the win. I week end visiting their grandparents.
The Branford Area Men Club who ha aMy filled the positionfor school In Severna Park Md.
of the Suwannee nets Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hatch.
,had as guest speaker Monday the pet eight LMto years C. Wadswwrth Santo h OroUP Ministry will observe where she was able to obtain Charles D. Williams Jr spent
Plght A. Jack Phillips vice chalrIjnan FnMUter the Group Ministry Sunday, enough credits to enter the Unlvenlty Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday -
In announcing
of the Advisory School Com .f the February 7. Oroup Ministry la a of Florida with three yean Fire of this week In Orlando attending .
[tnlttee to the Suwannee County change said the people voluntary plan whereby minister of high school. She U a member Damages an Insurance meeting
served
well by
pool Board. I area had Wen both church and community worker, of the National Honor Society Patrolman and Mrs Robert L
and that
I Phillip pointed out that the Mr* Williams ... and the people of Branford. Co MU Johnston was awarded the Ward PlantAn Hendry recently moved' to Bran-
Mr Williams and tha *-
[and the condition of the school lumbia. Fort WhIte. and Wellborn Walter Reed Army Institute of ford from Tampa.
|In Suwannee County and told ol paper appreciate the fine cooperation to have Nursing Scholarship and plans to week
i afc received Bran- circuits work together a I early morning fire last Trooper and Mrs Jack Godwin
[the finding of the advisory comilttee. aa more effective program. transfer in two yean to the Unl caused considerable damage to and daughter moved to Lake

He also told of some of theendatlone tee* correspondent.Mrs.. Williams and Mrs At the 11:00: am. hour of worship vcralty of Maryland and Walter the plant of Ward Fertiliser Co., City last week The Godwin had
of the advisory Hatch have worked together there will be a worship service Reed Army Hospital. t'llr1' In Branford. The Branford Fire resided in Branford for the past
ilttee. In In etch of the fifteen chur She 1s the daughter of SFC Department was called out at few years' while he was working
I Phillip point dout that the daring the past Branford twe year fee rises. The Methodist Church Robert. Johnston. U. 8. Army ..r 7IS; am. to fight the fire, be- with the Florida Highway Patrol.
committee had Investigated the revering' the area preaching assignments for Sun. Germany, and Mr*. Johnston or lured to have been smoldering all stCunl
Democrat. Mr llateh Into
the :1AI.
I jat..tlon or assessment program day. February 7. at 11'00: am. Ire Branford. night. The fire is thought to have
week asked for the asme sup ..
if real In effect In 8u
[ property accorded a* follows: Feter A. Richardson < started from a spark given off by Of Thank
pert and cooswrallon
[Ilvinnee Were'oo1J:County<7. tax and payer that bearing there her nether and old she would of Branford will speak at the Fort of DalIII4I WMU Circle! .. a welding torch used the day before I want to express my love and
Evans
[the tax load In Suwannee County appreciate them with Items ofaatereet Fort White White Church will Harry speak at the Met Monday Night '! "'. I.. a I IMla. Extent to cut of Iron.the damage to the thank for the flower, cards, .
home
caUInc her at her visits and all the nice deeds tendered
but of approximately four thousnd Branford Methodist Church. T. J.Geiger I The First Baptist Church building and contents was estimated
> five hundred property own khebsa.1S.2UL Wadsworth. said. he and hUwwqpapee I of Wellborn will speak at I WJkl.U. Circle met Monday night Barbara Miller RranforMethodist at 11300.: Francis Ward. May God me bless during each; my of short illness
you. '
. rrs. He stated that much of the I appreciate th* keel the O'Brien Methodist Church .January 29, at the home of Mrt Church, and eemmaalty plant manager\ said this week Nellie Brown) Wise
, operty in Suwannee County was service of Mr*. Williams and Drtham Owen of Branford will A. O. Dorsett In Branford The worker will ke eemmb that he would Ilk. to thank the Paid Notice)
cro-ltllJ'\&or assessed. I UM type of support speak at the Slloam Church, and tint part of the mission study atoned a Deacones* at the an. Branford Fire Department for thenn. --- ---
There was much discussion ....fa rged Mm. listen.sane Miss Barbara Miller of Branford book Winds Of Change was oval meeting .t the ...tII.... way they handled the fire.
[about how the critical physic Z swill will speak at the Leon Church. taught by Mrs. Allen Price. term JarUdletton Woman' Soelely He Is quoted u saying the fire REPAIR SERVICE
[plant situation in Suwannce Bishop James W. Henety real- Mr Thetma Fletcher had ef Christian Service Fee- could not have been handled In a

[County could be corrected. I'lay Jasper dent Bishop of the Florida area of charge of the program with Misses nary le-lt. Miss Miller ls a more efficient manner.
There were thirty-two member .
the Methodist Church will be Minnie and Fannie Duncan u
.
and two visitor present for the The Branford Town Basketball native af Joneaher Tcnn attended
speaker at the 1.30: pm. service taking part Mrs. Leona Gunter
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meeting. team will play the Jasper Town Illawasse Jailer ( .1.
upper which will take place at the Beth dismissed the meeting with pray tolirrt Unwell Listed
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earn Thursday night February 4at of and received her BA degree tON
mile south er.
el Church, five
Florida' mean annual temperature pjn. Lake City on Rout 441. Other Refreshment of spiced apple from Emery and Henry College, III Young Men': (Hook
range from .... to 73.3 de The game<< will be played on the who will be participating in the Juice and an assortment of cook Emery, Va. A* a VM sh* taught Robert O. Rowell. son of P. K.

greet Branford court. service art the Rev. C. B. Davis lei were served! by the hostess at Vashtl School ThemaavUle. Rowell and the lat. Eileen: Paleron -
""if the rnlumhl Circuit.. UM Rev us Ga. At the present time she U Rowell and who was born Inranford
EXPKUT: REPAIR
F ICoon of the Wellborn Or- tin*. Thomas lIo"'h""' | serving as church and eemmnnl Is listed In a book tilled
r-- &, the Rev. Peter A. Richard- 1 ly worker ef the ..wannee. Outstanding Young Men Of UKAsoNAinjRATES:
of the Branford Circuit, and Tuesday[ Ilridge Club Santa Fe 0..... Mlnklry.Thomas. merlca, which was released this I'ICK U(' Jk DELIVERY
the Rev. Harry Evan of the Fort" Mr; W. B. Thomas entertained week All Work Guaranteed
White Circuit her bridge club last Tuesday af.nmoon Rowell I* assistant trust officer
T H EAT REUVK Th evening service ls planned & at her home In Branford Mrs. Hill won the high score of the Commercial Bank and JIMMY'S
for all IS churches This I* the Playing bridge with Mr*. Thomas and Mr*. Slaaon won the fun Trust Co. of Ocali. and has been
: OAK FLORIDA niONC W-llll first time these rural churches were Mrs. R. O. Ortflfth, Mrs prise.Refreshment. attire In eivto and church attain Hydraulic Jack
A'.." Me-ChUdren Me-Tat Incl 4e4 have had the opportunity of bolding Fred Jone. Mrs D. U Fulghum, of coffee and there. He was elected u a nominee !. Rout t, Dow 22ft
BOX OFFICE: SCMMER: RCIICDVUCSalnrday terviee on the lame day at Mr*. Lois Blason. Mr*. Tom Mlnter pecan pie were served to the for the honor by his Junior BRANFORD FLORIDA
Open It t4S-Merle tMS the aam Urn*. Another Important Mrs. W. R. Hill and W B. I guests. Chamber of Commerce chapter"" .
a4ay Thretach Friday Opens. IilS-Movta 1:11. event In- the Oroua Ministry and I
Its growth U &fie'oppo un tt of

WiDYTItfT: -ThiVIILY.PRJDAT, Fill 1-'-' having Bishop finely speak toM
combined congregation of ,
these fifteen churche
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Mia Vivian Hunt daughter of
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FORT ALGIERS Branford. and Mia tunic Warren. IN BRANFORD

daughter ef T O. Warren
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MILL OF THE STONE WOMAN were graduated from the BL Vincent .

CARTOONUrNPATMOMDAT Hospital Technology.School December of Radiological 11.Th HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY J. B. DANIELS JR.

young ladle are now living
nII..Y T-i la Mew Smyrna. Beach. Mia Hunt

n'!. BRENNER is employed by the Fish Memorial
Hospital a* aa X-Ray technician AND WILL BE KNOWN AS
INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTER and Mia Warren K working with

CARTOON N1WSTt7RDAT a private physician.
BoUt Misa Hunt and Mia Warren .

: ;;FhelsUA1Y are graduate of Branford
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TOPKAPICARTOON A ...1f&out .f the old
ort I* now available at Fort Hcken -
State Put on FenaaeoUBeach.


We can give the people of this county and the surroundingarea


j more efficient service by having ambulances on call


A. L. (Aubrey) WARD I in both Live Oak and Branford.We .





SPREADER SERVICEWE will have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-equipped ambu-


lances on call twenty-four hours each day at both locations.




SPREAD In order to become acquainted with the people in the Bran


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PACE 'TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965



.rr (919m/e1te4i- f Miss Barbara ..Ann Brabham Here and There I 1 "" To Celebrate Anniversary, :. .. I

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Mrs. Oneal Boatright and sons, S
Harold John and Allen,spent the I
WOMEN week end In Athens Oa., with
Mr. Boatright' son and daJlhI I
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. Joel

Boatright.Mr I ,
*. Leroy McDaniels and Mr*'
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor
i Edgar Lyons were In Madison

Enters Stuart Hall-- Mrs. Bruner Class their Wednesday daughters afternoon MU vlsltln'l 1

Daniel and Miss
Hostess Monday NightThe Lyons, students at North Florida I
I.s Junior College.
Gleaners Sunday School Mr. Newt Ward and daughter -
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Class of the First Baptist Church Miss Patty Ann Ward and
met Monday night in the home of Mrs Charlie Ward of Jacksonville
Mr. A E. Bruner for their regular visited Mrs Newt Ward's brother
monthly meeting with eleven and slster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs
e members present. Frank Futch Sr, Sunday
A covered dish supper was !IfIW Mr and Mr. Alfred T Alrth
served. u attended the Installation of the
The devotional was given by Sit 4rr' f_ Rt Rev. John Eldrldge Hlnes
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Mrs H J. Evans and Mrs John v.rWV the former Bishop of Texas, as
y Castleberry, class teacher, closet the 22nd presiding Bishop of the
# with prayer Episcopal Church In the United
Mrs Arthur Crowe will be class States In the National Cathedral,
hostess in March. i Washington, D. C.
Mr. John King n of Jacksonville -
and Miss Neva Roger of At-
r Airs. Raisden lanta. Oa, spent. the week end rti
In with their parent Mr and Mr.
Circle HostessCircle Winston Roger.
) Winston Radford and '
Two of the WSCS of the Mrs son
I, First Methodist Church met Mon Wlnse, will leave Sunday for I I
day with Mrs. C T. Balsden with Bamberg, Germany to join Lt.
.J eleven members present Radford after visiting her parents ,
Miss Dicey Anne Crapps, Mrs Jack White gave the devotional Mr.-and Mrs. Rodney Tyson,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. P. C. for several weeks.
Crapps Jr., left Thursday to attend Mrs J. W Cooper was in charge Mr. and Mr. Roy Hunter will
school at Stuart Hall, of the program -and taking part The Rev and Mr. Splvey Brabham announce the engagement return this week after visiting
noted girl school that get Us were Mrs Balsden, Mrs WhiteMrs of their daughter Barbara Ann, to Winton E. Williams, their eon-In-law and daughter In
Mr. and Mrs A. L Jacobs Jr.,
name from Jeb>> Stuarti at Randy Mal, Miss Elizabeth .
son of Mr Jewel Williams and the late W. E. Williams. Nashville, Tenn
Gay. Mrs V. J Smuts, and Mrs.
Staunton Va. She was an hon- W. F. Bell. The wedding has been set for April third at eight o'clock In Mrs Clarence Taylor of Moore-
or student while attending 8n- the Flnt Methodist Church of this .
Mrs Mat, co-chairman, presided city head City N C. and Mr Finley
annee IHh School, where she Miss Brabham Is a graduate of Suwannee High School and. I* Tucker of Jacksonville left Monday -
over the business meeting Mr. and Mr*. Mabry niton will k* honored at pea ......,
was a member of the tenth now employed bv the department of Public Welfare In this city. after spending the week end
The hostess served! refreshments celebrating their Gulden Wedding Anniversary <( grade The bridegroom I* also a graduate of Suwannee High School aDdIs with Mr and Mrs Henry Leech.
I employed by the Florida State Road Department. Gary Martin University of -
Family and friend of the couple are cordially Invited to attend Florida student, spent the weekend
here with his mother, Mrs.J. .
the ceremony and the reeeptlon. which will follow immediately
A Thought For
Today D. Martin
In the Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Walter Jackson of Cooks.vlUer HOMES FOR SALENo
By BRODr C. IIARRIS
Tenn. Is visiting her son-
"A MAN NEVER SHOWS HIS OWN CHARACTER SO PLAINLYAS Reilbu l Circle Met Miss Knahl ToWed I in-law and daughter, Mr and money down if you own your own lot. Two or
BY THE WAY HE PORTRAYS ANOTHER" . .
J P. Richter Mr S E. Montgomery Jr I three bedroom, completely finished, ready to move
It's very true, of course, that a number of underslrable traits of Last Tuesday NightThe Mr. Tmluck James Penuel. son of Mr and in. Payments to fit budget. White colored.
any or
character are revealed by one' proneness to lay bare the shortcomings -
Mrs. II O. Penuel and frequent
........_...- ., _.v actual or fancied, of another Usually It is Redbud Circle met Tues- Mr and Mrs. James W. Knabb visitor here hU announced a his Have some houses completed for colored one block
during the time-honored sport of goslplng that day night, January 26, In the of Macclenny announce the engagement west of Hunter Motor Co. in Lake City
characters other than that of an absentee memberare home of Mrs. James Smith with of their daughter, candidacy for Mayor of St. Petersburg -
put on parade 18 members and two visitors present Joyce, to Marvin Eugene Tru- where he and his family
This isn't to say that all practitioners of the Mrs Otho Scott and Mr. luck eon of Mr. and Mrs. I. B reside. Phone 752.6759-Lake City
universal art of gossiping are on the level U.
same In Thomas Scott, Truluck of O Brlen.
all respects as the victim for this practice often
The wedding will take Box 868
Mrs. Dan Harrell gave the garden place
is relatively harmless
a though useless
thing HIs Spruce Up LeftoversWant
February Eighteenth |
at eight
when this practice becomes prayer.
a tool of wanton
abuse that weaknesses of the accuser as well as the Mrs Everett Williams, chairman o'clock in the First Baptist to "spruce up" and spice Office at 28 W. Railroad St .
accused become apparent. It would appear that presided over the meeting. Church of Macclenny.All up leftover turkey Top toast
the barbs of hate and malicious slander have a Mrs. James Long read the minutes friend and relatives are spread with lively flavored deviled NEEDED- .white saleswoman or salesman and colored -
boomerang effect which behooves us to speak of of the previous meeting. cordially Invited to attend the ham. with slices of cooked turkey saleswoman or salesman to sell homes in the I
others with reason, fairness and understanding Mr*. Williamson gave the treasurers I wedding and the reeeptlon to be and cover with gravy or mush I Live Oak area
Inspect SUWANNEE their pnmand FUNERAL HOME atecuM li the always opvratton pleased"nG"w.to have Visitors. report held at tha,home of the bride. room sauce

are ferret very types happy and to how explain they the are details arranged of conducting to take care services of all of cate dif I charge Mri. of Donald the program'Durth, Knowing'was in' !_.....................I....................NUN...... ..Nn.U..NUNNN.NNN.N..............NN..NUUN.N.UNNN.C I I !I

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afternoon on January 26 with
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SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME Street co-hostess.with Mrs. Jesse Brown as SPREADER SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION

Licensed Funeral Director The Bible study wu given In Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport Prompt Delivery Service :
625 S. Ohio Avenue unison and Mrs. Ross Lemma led I
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Mrs Martha Kellogg and Mrs. I

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Ward Fertilizer Company' products made for the
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The Company pays taxes locally. bearing a burden that other would han to
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Dealers In The Company pays a $90.000 annual payroll which flows into the local ;

"66" Ward Fertilizer Company also operates its own shop to keep its economy.
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5 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN

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fire Games LeftSuwannee Bulldogs Will Play New Bottling Company At Foster Memorial


Bulldogs Suffer Losses To Palatka: Suwannee Here Bulldogs FridayThe will Largest Participation In History Is

pUf Palatka In the Coliseum at'

Lake City And Palatka Last WeekLive : eight The game e'ctock with here Mstjre Friday scheduled night. Assured For Jeanie AuditionsWhite

Oak lost both basketball games away from home here Saturday alibi Feb. 8.
The
Springs largest
with 80-62 loss to Lake hit been changed te Feb 33. group of participant
week a City
Tuesday
last night in history has been assured for the 14th annual "Jeanie
The Madison set for
defeat at the hands of Palatka game
and a 86-81 could Friday night. Feb. 13 has been re-scheduled With the Light Brown Hair" auditions to be held at the
The Bulldogs muster only three points in the
I for Saturday Feb. 13. Stephen Foster Memorial on the Suwannee River here
1; first- period against Lake_ City and trailed by 17 points 1 I Feb. 12-13.

I t the half quarter came Dac* od by the Bulldogs. A +' "More than 25 young women -- ---- -
with Jl I
the third Jones Poucher formal concert win
= appearances
in Townsend with outstanding voices are being
was again high
added 28 of scorer ,1
but Lake City be made with all girls wearing the
Mints for the Suwannee Bulldogs r sponsored for this event by Florida -
their own and widened the lap Federation of Music Club organizations authentic 1854 style gowns which
I with 29>> points. Ray Corbin who is Begin Bottling
Lake City put In a completenew improving with around the state are the hallmark of the audi
every game "
i unit in the final period of scored 20 points for Live Oak I Foster L. Barnes director of the done Miss Boltln ssld. "The annual
play and the Bulldogs piled up 27 with Melvin Hatcher, Blspham. Company Here Foster Memorial announced 'Jeanie' Ball sponsored by
I 11, Hatcher I.I the Florida Federation" of Musle
Mints: Townsend and Outshall tallying\ three each. "There were 20 entries) In 1914.
Croft and Outshall I Paul Jones and J. W. Poucher Clubs and the Foster Memorial,
corbin 4. and Scoring for the and this has been about the average -
3 each but the Wildcat stayed follows: season goes as began operation of Orapette Bottling number for several years, will be held Saturday night, when
win 80-63. Co. here February" 1 with winners will be announced.
I out front to R. Tewnsend 88 78 248R. with never more than 2.
20 for sales to Include Suwannee. Columbia Auditions Saturday afternoon.Feb. .
Townsend scored points Corbln 69 41 181 Donna L. Dlckenson. residentof
the evening for the Bulldogs with D. Croft n.. ItS and Hamilton Counties. The building above was recently eonitnieted on SR 138 Vk mile Quincy and this year a sophomore 13. In the auditorium of the
Corbin adding 15. Croft 9. Hatch L. Harvard 21 18 58 In addition to Orapette. they west ef 1-73 te heave the facilities ef Grapett Settling Co which at Florida State University Foster Carillon Tower, are open to
er s. Melvin and Outshall 4 each. C. Blspham 17 14 48 will supply Dr. Pepper chocolate betas operation Feb. I, Democrat( Staff Photo) won the 1984 "J anle" crown and the public but due to space limitations -
drink, and Sunburst Flavors of tickets must be requested
and BHPham 2. D. Melvin 11 13 39 the 91.000 scholarship offered by
Mark Moody was high point Hatcher 11 13 39 orange grape, and strawberry the Stephen Foster Memorial In advance. Miss Boltln said.
man for Lake City with It. followed A. GaUhin '7 19 34 Jones was production manager Food Prices Expected To Show Commission. Four other youngwomen Tickets also are required for attendance -
for Nebo Bottling Co. here for 14 at the "JeanieBall on
with
closely by Ed Moody II. Stamper 1 4 I were awarded 1200 run
Richard Snyder 12. and Steve years and Is familiar with the ner-up scholarships presented by I Saturday night Plans for a special
Chamberlain H 11 bottling process, while Poucher Is Slight Rise In 1965 Over 1961GAINESVILLE Individual and groups program to be held on Sunday,

The fame Friday night was a Cou!'crvation Official new to the bulsness as he has The colorful event Is open to Feb. 14. will be announced later
battle between the Bulldogs and operated a store on SR 138 at the !: Food prices ports will increase, the economist girls between the ages of 17 and she added. .
Palstks's center and guard Man- 'I To Discuia ReportThe Intersection of SR 137 for the past will rise slightly this year, according believes. 21. Inclusive, who are advanced .
turn and Shepard. Mangum accounted regular monthly meeting four years.The to Dr. C C. Moxley economist Prices farmers pay for items musicians capable of giving creditable O'llrlrn Soldier On
for 48 of PataUa's 88 of the board of supervisors for the bottling company Is I located with the Florida Agricultural used In production? They will be radio, television, and con-
points with 19 field goals and 10 Suwannee River Soil Conserves on sa 138 one-half mile west Extension Service. fairly steady, with a little gain In cert performances. Each: entry Training KxrrcW:
free throws Shepard racked up i tion District will be held Friday of Interstate 1$ war Toucher's However expected Increases In some Items For Instance Increases must be sponsored by a Florida 7TH INFANTRY DIV. KOREA
fight coals and seven foul shotsfor February 8, at 3:00 pjn. In the Comer"e consumer disposable Income during expected In what the farmer Federated Music Club and must (AIITNC) ... Army Sgt LuciusW
25 points. : County Agricultural Building according the year will more than offset pays for fertiliser, livestock and be from a family legally residingIn Wood, son of Charles L. Wood
Again the Bulldogs got off to a I to Board Chairman J Webbs. To Obvert the rise In food price. food. Taxes, Interest and depreciation Florida. ST. Route 1, O'Brien participated
slow start In the first quarter i Dan Ross. 19<4 retail food prices averageda costs wilt accelerste.Moxley Thelma A. Bolt In, program director In Exercise ROLL BACK, a
trailing 21-12. and about held I Scheduled for discussion at the 50th Annhrrwary little more than 1 per cent forsees that some of the at the Foster Memorial five-day winter field training ex*
their own In the second period as meeting Is a report on Soil Conservation Mr ebb will above 1943 and are expected to Increases In cost will be offset by said that the girls, mostly high erolse In Korea that ended Jan.
Pslstka led 23-37 at halftime. i Service participation In be honored with a reception Sun Increase slightly In 1963. Dr. Mox farm efficiencies from labor-wr school: seniors and college students. 22
Pslatka added 21 points In the the emergency erosion control day February 14. from 2:10-S,00: ley says. He further points out ing and time-saving equipmentand Kill arrive it White Springs Sergeant Wood, a squad leaderIn
I program which Is to be administered p.m. at their home on Route S Inobservance methods Friday afternoon. Fro. 12, and
third period and 28 In the fourth I that the marketing bill for farm Troop C. :2d Squadron In the
quarter to win 88-81, denplte the i by J. B. Mills through the of their fiftieth wedding products, which has Increased e will have Informal Interviews with division's 10th Cavalry, enteredthe
.: 2} points scored In the final pert I Agricultural Program. anniversary with their children yearly since I' O. will continueto Iron Re C'n., Waiting three prominent out-of*.tate Army In January 1982. He
Under this program the government as hosts. go up In I tllS. Judges Saturday morning. Then completed basic training at Port
pays up to 80 per cent of Mr. and Mrs. Webb were msr- There will be little change from Nearly a fourth of the world's ,. scholarship winners are chosen Jackson, 8. C.. was last stationed .
BAKING FOR the cost of repairing gullies and rled on February 14. 1>1S In the 1944 figures In the returns farmers Iron reserves lie In the Braxlllan on a basis of poise, beauty and at Fort flood Tex. and arrived
Birthdays, Parties And sinkholes In cropland and pasture LuravUIe community. They have will get for their products In State of Minis Oerals. The bulk personality, as well as vocal ability overseas In March 1N4.
six children 21 grandchildren, of the ore still awaits the miner's she said
Weddings caused by the storms of April 1984 No change Is expected In Wood attended Columbia High
HOT DONUTS ALL DAY 1984 and Hurricane Dora Applications and 11 great-grandchildren, livestock prlc *< Hog prices may pick. "At 1:30 pm Saturday, the School, Lake City.
AU friends and relatives of the -
for assistance are still be-
show slight increase Poultry
LIVE OAK BAKERY couple are Invited to call during a
I lug accepted st the ASCS office. prices will fall.
Mwannee AT*. 341 [038 the appointed hours
Gauging his prediction on continued
(Office supplies at MeCrimen's) itt economic expansion, rising Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing
No Snipe. Night consumer Incomes and population
If someone offers to take you' growth, Moxley envisions a _
snipe hunting at night refuse\ big domestic demand for farm- I
THREE BEDROOM or you may be left holding the produced commodities Special featured make thin heavy duty
HOMESBrick
bag. Legal snipe hunting, hours Moxley says that 1964 saw an '
1 I I 'r' 29 gauge Oalvanlied metal
11 roofing
a eu
are from sunrise to sunset and all-time high In dollar sales In
Veneer-One or Two Baths the season opens In November the export of farm products. s t parlor quality at a low, low price
and closes In JanuaryObjectionable 1983 will be a bonanta export
FHA or CONVENTIONAL S. ,..r. too he predicts, but dollar
value will be under 1984 avenges
Financing W. B.
Jail Declines\ In exports will occur In a HOWLAND
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT tobacco and cotton. Oils, protein e4 Special i
Should He Reported supplements>> and feed grains ex- t..akproot GROCERY
," Located In Edgewood Subdivision. I Postmaster Sara B. Rogers this\ hastue.e 4
I week advised receiving '
persons I
i SELECT YOURS NOW objectionable Items thru the malls can do to stop the practice \t J. .... r.-. U, Mayo Road Phone 302-U3S
to bring such material to her attention I The postmistress said the department OPEN 5.30
Contact was eotwtsntly en the I. The tree fee* *. file WeeN A.M. 'TIL 10.00 P.M.
action can be taken to u
stop such so mailings. alert to stop and prevent the *J)V. Crt** 4. Tke ,-.. On SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

I W. G. MULLINSPhone She said most pornographic ending of objectionable materials

material Is mailed first class and thru the malls. -_. ._-
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TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4. INS


Bucs To Branford Bues Branford Women At County, Florida, did on the 18th attend the public schools of Su Application for Reassignmentmay service.
PlayIn day of August A. D. 1958 by wannee County, Florida, during be made at any time when a 8. In the consideration of all
P.TA Work Shop Resolution adopt certain rules the 1965-68 school term and during change of residence address or applications for assignment or
Conference Win Over Fort Mrs. R. O. Griffith. Mrs. Fred and regulations pursuant to each school tern thereafter), other material change in circumstances reassignment, the Board may
Jones, Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Chapter 31380 Laws of Florida, which letter will be substantially arises.1* consider the capacity and pupil-
Feb. White Mrs. W. R. Hill attended the 1956, referred to as the Pupil Assignment In the form below, which form Is 4. The parent or guardian of load of the school to which the
Tourney 11 By 31.18 i Woman's Club District WorkShop Law,-and hereby made a part of this resolution any pupil desiring reassignment applicant seeks transfer and preference
In Tallahassee last Wednesday I WHEREAS It Is deemed advisable : from the school which the child may be given by the Board
The Suwannee Conference Bas The Branford Bucs defeated Theme of the work shop was, to supplement said rules and "Dear Parent or Ouardan: attended during the/- 1963-ft first to children continuing an existing -
Tournament will be played the Fort White Indians in all
r ketball Combating Communist Propaganda. regulations as hereinafter let In order to facilitate the fall school year to another school: for course of education in the
10-13 In Wllllaton. three last '
February games played Tuesday .
forth: opening of school, we have a pro- the 1964-65 school year may make school to which transfer Is sought
At a coaches meeting Monday night on the Fort White court for the the
Speaker day was THEREFORE, BE: rr RESOLVED cedure known as Spring Registration application directly to the Board and thereafter to children who reside
night the top four conference The Branford girls won by a score affairs
state public department BY THE: BOARD OF PUBLIC which takes place during the of Public Instruction of Suwannee nearest to the school to
teams were seated as followsTrenton : of 31-18, and the junior varsity
chairman. INSTRUCTION OP SUWANNEE last full calendar week of April County, Florida through the office which transfer Is sought
with .
captured first place team won its second game of the .
in COUNTY, FLORIDA: 19-. At that time a Pupil Assignment of the Superintendent of 9. In the event of any conflict
eight wins and no losses conference year by a score of 45-27
play, Lake Butler placed Husband Worship"A 1. Any reassignment of any Card U completed at the Public Instruction of Suwannee between the provisions of this
In the
varsity clash, the Duos
second with ten wins against two husband must be' constantly! child now enrolled In the public school for each pupil enrolled. County, Florida, between the resolution and the provisions of
jumped off to an early lead behind -
losses. North Marlon placed third the! hot shooting nt Center worshiped as a god" say the Law schools of Suwannee ""County. While it is the function of the I hours of 8:00: o'clock A.M., to 4:30: the said resolution of this Boardof
J with a-four and one retard and Johnny-Flssell who hit six out-of of Manu In India, and many Florida during the school year School Administration to recom- o'clock P.M. EST. August 18, 1958. then the provisions -
Branford placed fourth with eight seven shots in the first quarter. faithful wives once followed their 1964-65 and any assignment of mend assignments a parent's 5. The parent or guardian 'ol of this resolution shall
4 wins and three losses in confer- Flssell was the leading scorer for lords In death by throwing themselves any child entering said schools preference of schools will be fair- any pupil desiring reassignment control.
ence play. the night with 21 points. The on burning pyres. Sutteeby during said school year shall be. ly considered. You are herewith for the school year 1985-" and 10. This resolution and the said
Mayo will meet Williston in the team was aided also by a 20 point widows continued until the made without regard to race or advised that you are being afforded subsequent school years from the resolution of this Board of August
first game of conference play effort from Forward Bill Terry mid-19th century long after the color. a reasonable and conscious; school which the child attended 18. 1955 shaD constitute this
a Wednesday night February 10 at Andy Cheney added 12 points. British outlawed It. 1. Any assignment or reassign'' opportunity to apply for admission during the school year 1964-65 Board's plan for Integration of
7:00 p,m. with two other games ment of any child entering or enrolled to any school for which your and subsequent prior years, shall the public schools of Suwannee
The Bucs in all
to follow the same night. were control in the public schools of Su child Is eligible without regard to report to the school where his or County, Florida.
The young but strong Branfordt the way building their lead to 20 Alligators Protected wannee County, Flolrda for the race or color and to have that her child, or ward ls at that time 11. A copy of these rules and
team will be out to up-root the mints[ on several occasions. The I In Florida alligators are protected school year 1954-66 and subsequent choice fairly considered by the presently enrolled between the regulations shall be supplied to
\ higher seated teams as they take taller Branford team controlled at all times The Game and years shall be made with- Board of Public Instruction. If you hours of 8:00 o'clock All. and each principal in the County and
t- on the non-seated Greenville the boards pulling down 48 rebounds Fresh Water Fish Commission out regard to race or color wish to exercise your right or 3:00: o'clock PM. on any day during the Superintendent shall supply a
team Thursday night February' to 28 for the Fort White will remove any alligator found 3. Countywide registration will preference you must go to the registration week as set forth copy to any person who requests
11, at 7 pm Indians. damaging or constituting a threatto be held during the last full calen- school your child Is attending at above, and request in writing a It.
The Branford Bucs are sportinga This week end holds two Inter- personal property. dar week of April 1965, and during the time of the Spring Registration reassignment to the school of his 12. These rules and regulationsshall
esting rematches the Bucs willtake .
very good over-all record this as the like week of each year and sign a Parent School or her choice. be In full force and effect
season and have really given their on Jasper whom they defeated thereafter. All pupils shall register Preference Card during the period 8. The Board of Public Instruction Immediately upon adoption by the
fans something to be proud of. before Christmas 81-49 on MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC at the school they are presently of said last full calendar week in of Suwannee County Florida, Board.
the Bulldogs home floor. Saturday
Lets follow the Bucs as they en- INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE attending even though he April. on all applications for assignments There being no further business -
the Buss will travel to Jennings
ter this conference play COUNTY FLORIDA or she will be promoted to a The Pupil Assignment Law pro and assignments of pupils the Board adjourned.
to meet the much Improved Uve Oak Florida school of higher classification.: vides for numerous criteria in the shall consider: the achievement Henry M. Folsom
Panther team. The Duos also
) : September 23, 1984 Pupils being promoted from an Individual assignments of pupils, score of the applicant for Supt. and Secretary
won the first round of this match
Boy Scouts Will 6033. SPECIAL MEETINGThe elementary to a junior high such as attendance area, transportation assignment or reassignment as Board of Public Instruction
meeting was called to orderat school to a senior high school facilities uniform testing compared to the average of the Henry E. Vann. Chairman
Collect For Charity 11:30: ajn. by Vice Chairman L. will be assigned to the higher available facilities, scholastic achievement scores of the class In Board of Public Instruction
Branford Boy Scouts will par M. Crews Jr. Those present were: ranking school to which aptitude and numerous other the school to which he seeks .
ticipate In gathering clothes and Branford Girls V. V. Brim, Thonla Barnett andL. they would have been assigned factors, except race. transfer, provided. If said criteria
toys for the handicapped peopleIn M. Crews Jr. under the plan of assignment in Should the School Administration be utilized by the Board the same DO YOU HAVE AN
the state This Is a council Win 31.18 Game The purpose of this meeting is effect for the school year 196314. recommend assignment of shall be uniformly applied to all Alcohol Problem?
wide event. Scouts at Branford ; to open bids on materials for partitioning During the preceding week, a JOur child to a school other than pupils in the Suwannee County
will pick up clothes and toys next classrooms In Old Arm letter will\ be sent by the Superintendent the one you have requested you public school system seeking assignment We now have in Uve Oakan
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday JVS Win AlsoThe ory Bullldng. of Public Instruction of will be notified 'by letter prior to or reassignment and AA Group ready to
February B, 10, and 12, from 3:30 Bide are as follows: Suwannee County, Florida (delivery the fall opening f\9 .rK/vil -Tn that provided further that racial fact- help
to 6:00 pm. and Saturday Feb Branford girls basketball I. Sherman of Duval. .$2.075,10 to be effected by giving the evn.twihiih't to request ors do not enter Into said assignment you.WRITE
ruary 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 team won over the Fort White II. Duval Lumber Ss letter to each child enrolled In In writing an appearance or reassignment.
noon. Persons who hare clothes team last Teusday night by a Supply Co. on n ....lmiO the Suwannee County Public before the Board of Public Instruction 7, The Board of Public Instruction P. 0. Box 591
and toys to donate are urged to score of 3118. The game, playedat m. Crasby-Knighton Schools with appropriate Instructions to have your preference of Suwannee County,. nor, UVE OAK
have them ready. Fort White, developed slowly Lumber Co..82,137.90 for delivery to parent or further considered If such a request Ida In the consideration W all applications OR CONTACT YOUR
with the score tied 11.11 at half TV. Dale and Radford $2.08712 guardian or to the parents or for hearing la received you for assignment or r.-
time. V. Cannon and Wolfe guardians of each child who, according will be notified of the time and assignment shall not supplement Physician or Minister
Baptist Pastor Honored Branford led by a 14 point Lumber Co. ,.$1.80284 to the school records, will place of the bearing Its available school transporUftetf, .
scoring effort by Charlotte Flet Motion Is made by Brim sec-
With Birthday_ PartyThe cher, pulled away in the second ended by Barnett to accept the
Rev. Allen Price, pastor of islf. The bench was cleared in low bid- of Cannon and 0 Wolfe .
the First Baptist Church of Bran- the waning moments with all 15 Lumber Company, not to exceed
ford, was honored with a surprise girls seeing action. This was the I $22.50 per thousand for 3,080 feet 'FINAL
birthday party Sunday night following eighth win for the Branford team. of 2x6x23, making a total bid of :
the regular worship hour. They have lost four. $1,90264. Motion carried. LADIES SHOE SALEPRICE
The party was held In the annex The Branford junior varsity After holding material from the OFFER
of the church. The birthday team took an easy win 45.27 over floor of the Old Armory for In.pectlon. 1\
cake was decorated in white and the Fort White jayvee team. Ron- motion 1s made by Brim
yellow. The refreshment table was nie Lee and Danny Johnston were seconded by Barnett, to give lum
covered with, a green cloth. Cake the leading scorers with 10 points ber to Vo. Agr. Departments In
and coffee were served to those each. The Dues held a half time the County. Motion curled

Th' pre ent. 31.8 lead. There being no further business \ \ 1/2
the meeting adjourned. ,
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L. M. Crews Vice Chairman \:
Board of Public InstructionLive

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September 24, 1964
The Board of Public Instruction this remarkable sale of
met on September 24, 1084, In
Special Session for the purpose of N"0
starting test of Suwannee High
LADIES SHOES
School and consider resolution
SUPER presented by Superintendent..
Members present were: Henry
Vann L. M. Crews Jr.. V. V Brim, .
.farce Popl1.n / T man.Moved R. Barnett, and Otto F. Dick ENTIRE FALL & WINTER

by L M, Crews and
seconded :

THINS J' by V.employ V. Brim Boring that and Superintendent Engineer i ::;::; STOCK INCLUDED

Testing Firm to take boring
by on Suwannee High School and
have them meet with Board. Mo 62iANY
tion carried Red Cross, Joyce, Cobblers, and many
Moved by Otto F Dickman and
seconded by L. M. Crews Jr. and live ones' realy eat A v 5MI eve.. other All sizes well represented.
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Board adopt the following resolution SHOE DEPT. Widths from AAAA to E

WHEREAS: the Board of Public
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