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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 18, 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 )
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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 18, 1965 VOL 80, NO. 40ile'rlicare

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Congressman Dill Will Pass Says Apportionment Plan Two Meetings For School Patrons I II




Must Be Solved On Basic PrincipleCongressman I Live Oak Branford Schools Will'
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Insurance Hear At Here
Don Fuqua paid tribute to the life in* Agents Fuqua Meeting

surance industry for its progressive outlook and to late ': "'.,.. : .;,\' '1)"li'" ;." ,;. Be Discussed Monday, TuesdayTwo
State Insurance Commissioner Ed Larson for his guidance r r' in a talk made here Thursday noon at the regular monthly "' I"" '>' 4 J.r";!' ...' '\. meetings of school patron will be held in this
meeting of__ the n_ Suwannee__ __ Valley Life Underwriters As- I'J 0 ,: .if,14", ,it' ;!II: county next week Clarence Ii. Ratllff. chairman of the
IOCI Uon. The association 1* com ,, Suwannee County School Hoard Advhory Committee said
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posed of life insurance tgenti here this week.

working In Suwannee Hamilton. F' 1 Monday, February 22, at 7:30: p.m., a meeting of pafniW !
o THINKING Lafayette Taylor, and Madison .1 trona of the Uve Oak school will
Counties. Claude Vice district! 3I be held under sponsorship of the
lil ouT LOUD manager of the Liberty National /)< / March 31For local P-TA In the Junior High

Ute Oak office serve a* president I)I taster Loans School Auditorium at 7'30: pm.
With Louie C. WsdiworthSuccessful
of the group The following nUht Tuesday
o..tlUntt'eN' filing ..ppllta.u.
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Special guest on the occasion ... fr dlMster loins with he February 27. patrons at Stanford
project. were members of the' state legislature I Small Rindnrts Administration will meet In the school cafeteria
Not many resident of thli from the counties In the In *nnertl.n with leases a.'. there at 7:30; p.m.
county would term the current association. Honorary membership fered from llwrrlesn lora U Ratllff said members of the
livestock: promotion project other In the body were presented to Fuqua March' al. Krnnon II. Tamer, committee and school official
than a success and certainly U State Senators Houston Rob I director of the mlonsl office would be present to discuss the
one takes the time to properly iris Live Oak. and Pete Oibson.Perry In JsrkMnvlll. has announced.TboM school situation In the county as
been accomplish well as findings and recommendations
assess what has and to RepresentativeHomer deilrlng details on such
ed even the most skeptical would T Putnal. Mayo, by Vice I loans can wean same from the of the advisory committee
be forced to admit that already on behalf of the local association.I ant office In Jacksonville The le heads.
this county to reaping benefits Fuqua traced the history of address tat Small nn ine.. Ad- The chairman urged full attendance -
from the Investment made a year insurance from IU start In 11I'j Ministration 4T West fonjlh saying no problem fsc-
land In the IGtb century an j Street. Jacksonville norid Ins the people of this county
ago.Tonight at the Coliseum another growth of marine Insurance that Stttl.MrSoRawlsToScll. compared with the one resulting

year of the five year plan win began In the days of Columbus. .D'l'fUIfta. Don raeaa, ,....... told ........ .f Ute 8awannee Valley Ufa Vnderwrlter AsocUtion from dlsaccredttatlou of high
end and winners for the second He said the better than 1500 ben IM week that this ...... baa full confident In the ISM companies new providing schools at Live Oak and DranfoeAjy

period will be announced.: This companies providing security thru security lam lift .....ra..... At.left to I. H. (Dec) Binkley> who Introduced F...., trade* Vice, the Southern Association fc and of.flclals. .
will tangible opportunity Insurance at other school 11'.1.1,
provide a in this nation todayhave
president of the asserlatUsi. to at the rliat (Fhsle ay Dan Itaiswr) .Hi'
for fecal dUsena to hear and the confidence of the people .
see first hand what to going on In they serve. Tags In Bradford Jack Jones .l.n..au1: j ,
the development and expansion of The eoncreasmsn turned to sub committee! I'f'
the livestock industry in Buwan Washington for bis other com- Livestock Banquet TonightSecond Mrs Para D, Raw! tax collector for the high school at Uve Oak
nee County.It menu saying there la an urgent this! week called attention to and T J. Fletcher, Jr.. U chairman -
need in this country today to the March 10 deadline for purchasing of the three-man committee
II good that we are going to solve the problem of apportion auto license tags. A total looking Into the Dranford situa
share our pride In a Job wen done ment. He said the one man one Year Winners Will Be of 1,457 was sold hero In 1904,
with member of the Jacksonville vote concept violate a fundamental Three Killed In but to date only 1(00 have been tion.Ratliff aid It was the policyof
Area Chamber of Commerce for principle on which thin Announced Jax Visitors Coming purchased.Mrs. the committee: he heads to
the fortune of our community nation was founded and that one ; Hawl asks that present frankly and honestly dUcus with
are tied somewhat to growth and Louse based on population and Approximately 60 members of the Jacksonville Area Auto Accident Ug registration or title be brought school patrons of this county
development of the Jacksonville the other on other factor I* Chamber of Commerce have Indicated they will join local when purchasing plate If neither what the committee finds and the.
complex. sound and baste to this nation'sgreatness. to available the tag number various course of action available
chamber members contributors and wives at the second
Then too It to good to have others He said Congress must Here Saturday may be used. In solving the matter He
see what a community can do meet this question forthright and annual livestock promotion banquet set for tonight at the The collector will be In Ann added that neat week's two meetIngs -
on Its own for every nickel of thl quickly. Coliseum- at 7:00: DJO. The delegation will be here as Three men are dead and a ford aturda,. ....... 90 al Dram would .leave only patron of
project I* money Invested by business Changes in the law relative to IUNb-of Uw Uvestork Promotion fourth remain In a critics! condition ford Clss and Electric from t:00 Douglas High School to be con.
and professional Interest ef EUbl* reading and prayer in Cfri Defense SeminarSchetluM I Committee and assist In paying in the Buwannee County until 1:10: pm. aa a convenienceto & suited before a final plan for the
the county In the future of livestock ;schools and a change In presidential bomag to winner In the second' Hospital the result of one of this the people of that area county can be recommended.The .
Here Today of a five-year plan to further mis- .
u a valued part of UIeIWItn success-tan. were other urgent year county's worst automobile cnatrman again pointed

eommsuy.inui to tatters ha said this ewatan oJ awed daU eltll. aa defense,.........lgwSM .<. be improve esiv.aaaHN"Mmrrww lea by stock industry i e..eflu' ... =:',Tha W.555 midst.a-5 %h"N $;=-l: J ulyLian.SalurdttyAt saw wam saw '=='=--aaw aa='\ .......
the beating tobaceo the national congreat must lace Udall with eirtl sVfeaae .. T. Tort provost of agriculture : on and a lilt mile west of Uv taking each year with annual up to. ts wU attend a at the ITnlveratty el Oak oa Highway N.Acoordlng RanchA and properly so by the
.. .... today. Boys
of .. .
acreage cut and now talk >Fuqua predicted Congress would mill .
Florida will be the guest 1Pf.lltrand to Trooper C. L Hoard ef Fublle. Instruction.
poundage limitation It to wen enact medicare: measure of some In..*..') at .:" asn. .W tilecr. humorist the for new school
Inveetlgated
W. J. Rd) afltehum. Thompkln who registered. Angus and Hereford Definite plan
... ... ta tac AgH-
.. .
another *
that emphasis shift to kind to provide medical assistance and sales manager for the mishap, a IN4 Ford driven by sale will be held al the Flue<, .I Live Oak and Dranford have
facet ef agribusiness In this coun to the aged. He Indicated he psitnal. Bold 14!. school board
dolomite products division af Johnny Herring. Negro youth of Ida Sheriff Boy Ranch Saturday. been approved by the
would not favor any plan that a B. M.. Jr4 .....t, ..- Information what
on
That Ocala Lime and sane Companyof Live Oak. and headed east entcred .'..b. 90 al 1:00: pat and detailed
uallty livestock can be was not baaed on need. rat"' sold welfare ........... Ocsla. win serve U master of the west bound laM and Five bull will be auctioned will be provided al each site will
produced on farms of lids county Fuqua said there to no easy health deadest. and fireVpArhawnt eeretDCII\.... met a INS Chevrolet being drivenby with bidding open to the public. b* ducussed. he continued.
to being proven every day. What answer to the situation In VietNam \ p.r....l were a.- The program will also serve as Chester Williams t/. Jacksonville. Eleven: heifer will be sold but Ratllff said M committee welcomed
oust now be done to to see that and that this nation win i.t taw eaptcM to Um4. the quarterly meeting of the Buwaanee Tbe Mi front of both ears bidding to limited to active FFA eommonl and suggestions
all ever Increasing demand to nave to solve IU status there. A Objective ef tbe rdmac. aagtvm County Chamber ef Com I collided fling Williams, his passenger and 4-11 member* who will show and that he Hoped large crowd
created far thus Suwannee! County table government to needed to by ....... to .. pride merce. sponsor of the livestock I William Monroe Fore Ui* animals. would be. on band al both sites
quality beef and pork. permit\ sound solutions. a vehicle lee eme.,.Uve .......e. project. I* at. Crew to president. hand 74. Ponce De Leon and Big steers to b.* sold at the aue<< nest week. to help solve the per
The tow maker pointed out that atie *4 acUena ikat ... betaaea at the local chamber, I Herring. Theodore Thompson, 11- Uon are also limited to biddingby tleslnf ImMaI'owdrr
To Lamar Hancock and Fan) It has always been the policy of to aa lsr.*.ed ,.*....s County OommtMtener Lamar year old Negro of Uv Oak wasa SPA and 4-11 member a .
Crew meet go major credit forramroddlng this nation to fight IU battles on slte.U sad .. ... ..... aa4iMal Hancock to serving' a* chairman passenger In the Herring ear aAiAoriailonnl Puff Football
this project for these other people' land. dell .>fe.se rgssaMUea* for the five-year plan and It to and to In critical condition at the
two worked diligently and bard "It to easy to be an arm chair .. 4lw_ with aavrearlato atne. largely do to his and County local hospital. Sunday ionic: Maitre 9300
last year to get it off the pound general.'' Fuqua said 'but there .... CMVMit ........ mad Agent Paul Crews' effort that William was traveling west on School To Meet Monday Sponsor of the Powder Puff
and thl year have continued' to .I* no staple answer to our problem Nip that ems ae Usra .. Ute project has enjoyed success. highway M and Herring was goIng The ""...IIM. AsMClallonal ootball game held her recently
give the project the Impetus and la that area of the world." strva ia ..... ertMM asWIahriUe Hancock win be out of the city east. Sunday Behool mooting will beheld after two dolsi, listed this wick
guidance n needed. The congressman etpresaedIN -n-rt ar4 e to aato tonight and A. F. $ U. past presl. Trooper Thompklns said there Monday, Frbruary 71. at the that the pent resulted In a 1300
Spreading the project ever a ( I CesHlMMd MS r... II) .rM4 1rndla.rn .......... dent of the chamber win serve Inhlaraock's were no Indication a* to what flranford Hop tut Church and will profit for the sponsoring senior
five year span Inca proven a key stead. Caused the accident as there war begin at '.21 pm '\'as*.
to the project's auecesa for each Over m farmer participatedtot M evidence of speeding or drink Theme of the session will be. The money will b* used on the
year seas more Interest and bettelcoepersUiu. I 1965 Jennie It CongratulateilXb I I"m" this year.a contest, the second tag on the pert of any person visitation.! senior trip take this. year and to
Offsprings of the set al 1 4 000 la both to raUe. fund
of five such conUits planned Damage ws A large attendance at IM Dart of a program
first animals provided a* arias ,, ", '"" a. during the ....omouon. There are ears by investigating off ecra. IIIHtIn to urged for the annual Journey,
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win '
last year are appearing and va : ". 21 UvMtork .prisM to be awarded" Corporal X U Reeve of the
appear more to the future on other ..p : r'I Each contestant to asked U ttsthi lllghwr Patrol assisted In the ,
farm ef the county preference of ttveirtock I1M. Investigation as did the sheriff I I'/curs Sffotul In Staff Ctmtft 'I
Tea decision to award 11.000 In 11 and police. _
"" ..)I e I Csltaswd en Fsgw ) department city I Itl
pure bred animals as prtoe .to e,1t u
those doing best In the contest (
which to the beau of the promotion M'wr' ..rill XI"ml ((1'1(111" w
wa another wise d d8On.lor .

win the bring good.. the Nib county prise wig animals JutUww Dolomite Operation Al Howling Park

several yean.a .
far. snbmato given a* prise Purchased Shands And( Baker
have r.*...... en farm ta this By

county another miutieineni and Iurchae of Buwannee Dolomlt. and<
oajte'uve.t the sponsor a howling lark by Shand and llaker was effective February .II t

art for nest 1. The business. was owned by five Tennessee bust-
Two sneetiaga are I I
week that are Important to t ," t I fleas men. who bought It some five jean ago shortly. after i

school .f this eovnty for patrons + founding,
al Live Oak and Branf ord an being lit etude and Baker operate 1) person- employed; ;&'the mine I)
asked to awe* and dtocusscarrent lends Hock Products ta this and operation.Local .
probteea with ambers 1\county and MH. etfier Intonate In sale repemantatle. will
of the school advtoory eMrarttteeand srvenU areas *f the *UU. The be Lynn Jabs Johnson.Cipanstan .
achasi attJdeJ 4 btistnea* to pew being Mrgnied< plan win be an i i
.. weeksa and via nave a new
It wa djtoumii King some by Its sown nouneed later" the sales manages'
*. wh.. only l parento tamedt I nsa.. MJd. r ,

.. tae a g&Bllar ajeeOng to Live. I Faculties at the ptsAt win be The ....MO Cwswly .... u.u. ....-.. ,.....i tear ..*

Oak.. Why ctpaiMWd. Chart B. --.,sake said. Attorney General Tn ..... to .. ... ....... a..M ,.W.,. rbra..ry II. at ... Ftort, *.
The gang bere Monday manager f or the see owner .... .. d 4. .Ml .. rkM. Gee aBaleIJ.
Ute tasr to 7_.-. Tao m9m *
BraafordTwfedaf tact
far Live. Oak and at here UU week.The Doting Speak Here MotulayAltMMMf 1W
rrt- HUb Ka"a4e. DeeM Falk. sad A abref Cleft was edged *..
sagM mew part af the pUnt win serve flwrth! Oeergia Weal lara Fslr.totk .
J..... sale ... ...... be a.Woe (email.Pa. .
,.., iMsHttie-s effort to find and KoetA Ftarlda. be aided ao ... rang H
local patron really want accelerated prograas to be wM .. le p.dq MtT > .. ... Ike teselh blib..l malag i......... M ... ........ tad
out what Set the ..... ,..*..", W. alss g
to the way ef school facCnka.Reports I iMllgaUd.BnMA .Usig ef Ike sd.M beMWra beside. and gasses .Uod. fe.elj to ...... .! east ilm ......

to a ..... atwnir agent ..ad ., .... fane B.pUn4Cbwnk UM iseilnl *wrUov*.... j.aed five .....* ef beet aateatoad
rmtw..& this .wnty and was srrvlng la that eapasstym ef Uve OU. ,toe ..e4 (tbee siinri of ..... u4 lk.n tee eel. ...**... is ... ...*.
to eajgymg a aa.a> bsady lf.cnand. Gurney was Jtt rasigned wee be a IU. as.bt affair mad ... ef OM .... .o.. a4 was ells ef ....,
growth. with 6d1r.-1IIbI. albustnass 1 t+n. A.. tlna sa. a FbrUs. ..*.. Vkivenliy Jude. mad to accept UM portion a* wM beats .Mk ...... La.i The kern .... *.rtteig. .to to a* ..ml* .... *oo>l.o4 to flae
tranaacMBni either closed n...... .* M. FrtoTstatg. to ..... ... iliac libel ewgrslelaMIst alas ...*.,. for the doloatitodMstoa served al lie .1a toFbrtde'a lb.ebenh'e rWe Mae.h U. wwaj U. fr" ..... ..* ..... to ael a beta tosge
era the gentling Mate ....... ....... W. sUinis af Use Oak sw wtoatog tbesaaasl ef Btiand and Baker, L/......... uedisg. > .so*>l Ftoeid to ta* "......l M teg ...... aIb.. lator
I think the _tnt taw Agra |M. Wtt Tai Ugbl arm Hasr mtmtmt a>ia snl .*.ls BraaferiQeptaa illrwawwd Pndd.ad S.
ninfcto al the
JSJSM ..
( ... to cw. .
Mlsonal gwM
bantnc ...ow Karen, sootd b. .... bf taw Ftortaa r......... af glide Ode sad fbe MrpbsaFe e< Bhand<< and Baker US beAaat Yes Iab week erfd Ibd aeambes I FaeJb *ad KeaMa are SMsabor of UM .....** stoato fast ;
the finest we have witnessed tfa* ..e Musi irtil al 1I... .pvY... II..MII...... iMto *Mprrlrrt hat s4 DveUngFark. aakd w awwmga 0.11.f the MeAJgd OeaS.y -
........ lad s ........ ... O *baM to a SMste ache. aad ........ a AH easptor*** win be retained .. ... ....... new ..ab4 ., UM Uofey CWCsab.. sd t tI
The seed for string errte INfo tltet .,a** ae wtoan tt tae ev*... aw. b Pea Iliaasrl ass. .d..... Tone are ae. Mina pond .. IM ..,. (Mk
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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1965





About II FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened In ,

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r And Suwannee County, Florida


That FrontBr

191519401955Taken
Need For Action It Is no wonder that the Communists,, whether -

President Johnson* Illness called attention they be Chinese, Russian or whatever, have gotten -

anew to the need for legislation dealing with Presidential the impression that this nation may be insulted Doyle E.
and injured with impunity. CennerTOE. From The Files O
death or disability. It is reassuring there- ) ti

fore, that congressional sponsors and the AmericanBar The prompt retaliation against staging areas
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
In North Viet Nam after the massive attacks TIlE
Association have begun a campaign for ratifI- on technically known as
cation of a constitutional amendment that would. U. S. barracks and air strips in South Viet Nam transmissible gastroenteritis, Is a I

It la hoped dispose of these matters once and for should serve to dispel the misconception. Should. disease that can take a heavy toll Tallahassee for a week' showing officers present were Colonel

&11. but will it of baby pigs. Death loss among I 1915 and a large number from here attended Robert H. Harkness, regimental

A constitutional amendment Isn't really neces The action would carry more convincing pigs under 10 days of age, usually The first strawberries of the the showing. Also the commander of Lake City, Lt.

nary The Constitution gives Congress power to weight if the U. S. were equally quick to take runs from 80 to 100 per cent In season were! brought to town yesterday movie opened in Jacksonville anda Colonel Jay Hall of Tallahassee

provide for such emergencies by statute. But the military or diplomatic action depending on circumstances infcted litters. by Dr. O. B. Smlthson of large number attended the and Major Henry O. Cochran Jr.

federal law on succession has been subject to capricious wherever U. S. Interests are chal- Swine raisers will be cheered by I Wellborn. The doctor brought in Jacksonville showing. regimental 8-3 also of Lake City.
news of a scientific breakthrough 42 boxes and they were sold to
change most recently In the Truman administration lenged.Perhaps I in the battle against TOE. As reported Smith-
I
it Is best that U. S. foreign policy be'' Worth Stephens Company. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan Bill Dean, son of Mrs. C. J.
and congress has never legislated on based In the February issue of son and Walters have five acres entertained with a delightful Dean left here Tuesday for Tampa
on reaction rather than action If
on so,
disability the National Hog Farmer, the planted to strawberries this year, bridge-supper for members of the to go into training for a position
has been left to extra-legal and not that reaction should be Immediate and invariable, TOE virus has been identified had
Disability three more acres than they high school faculty and several as a Westinghouse appliance
wholly satisfactory agreements between the preis rather than bold in one area timid in another. and a diagnostic test and a vac- last year. additional friends at their home wholesale salesman.

dent and the vice president. So, despite the obvious Americans, regardless of political affiliation, cine have been developed. on Pine Street Wednesday evening -

danger that inheres in all tinkering with the Constitution are eager to support a firm constructive foreign Favorable results on a limited The literary and musical society Increased power and a change

a permanent solution seems necessary policy. But we like the Communists, too often scale for the test and vaccine will meet at the residence of Col. I Mrs William C. Alrth receivedthe of frequency marked a progressive

Last year, after many public hearings by a are confused. to what this nation's policy Is. We were reported to a recent meeting Hardee Thursday evening February bridge prize for the ladles andE. step Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

Senate committee its chairman. Sen. Birch Bayhof would like assurance that the policy makers in of the Illinois Pork Producers 18, for it* first program and E. Cross for the men. u WNER, local radio station in a
Conference by Dr. Mlodrag Rlstlc for permanent organization. All Present Mr, and Mrs. William short
amendment that would Washington are not equally confused. were ceremony took to the air
Indiana, introduced an -Polk County Democrat -Bartow of the University of Illinois college Interested are cordially Invited to C. Alrth. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. lanes with 1000 watts Instead of
to fill a vacancy in the vice
the president
empower of veterinary medicine. attend. Schoppe! Mr. and Mr*. E. E. the previous 250 watts and moved
presidency with the approval of House and Senateof Rlstlc notes that the new de
Cross Mr and Mrs. John Flood from 1450 to 1300 on the dial.
Congress. This would be no departure from Reduce Home AccidentsEditors velopment Is "an aid to control of C. L. Lee left Monday for the Miss Pearl Fleet, Miss Lillian

tradition as the candidate for president usually the disease, not the whole ans markets to buy another carload Slmonton. Miss Doris Butler. Mia Mrs. H. L. Ollmore. Mrs. Frank
chooses his running mate. write editorials about safety In the wer". Further tests on a larger of mules for the Mlzell-Llvestock Emily BlackweU. Miss Clarabelle Futch Mrs. Wealey' 11111.' Mrs.

The proposed amendment also makes seemingly home and people continue to be injured and kll scale will be made he asH, andIt Co. This company's reputation for Burt Miss Flails Henry Mr. C. Clyde Bass, Mrs. J. D. Cundlff,

conspiracy-proof provision for having the led in stupid accidents. Some of the accidents' are appears to be just a matter of fair dealing and its persistent J. Hackney Leroy Ray C. R. Ambrose Mrs. WaUard Parramore, Mrs. J.

vice president take voer the duties of a disabled so unnecessary and the result of such carelessness. time until an effective vaccine for newspaper advertising continue Johnnie Hair Braxton L. McMullen and Mr*. W. C.
president they belle description.A field use will be available. to increase the volume of business. Dennis, and Robert Tuttle. Airth entertained at the Woman's

The amendment was approved by the Senate, man Is electrocuted while using his electric Club with a bridge luncheon for
because shaver in the bathtub. Another Is electrocuted We read a lot about small The thing that Impresses the Miss Regina Oibbs, bride-elect
allegedly -
but was not acted on by the House farmers tough time
having
a casual visitor to the war pictures.
trying to use a drill while standing in water. A 1955 Saturday.
of the opposition of Speaker McCormack making a living and the many which are to be shown at the
then, under present law next in line for the presi man falls off a ladder which had not been properly thousands !being forced to seek Dreamland Friday, February 19. U Sal of stock In the North Florida Three Live Oak students

dency. It is laid :Mr. McCormack is still resentful propped at the bottom. A child takes poison work off the farm. They are the his pecular emotion as he get Telephone Company by the Florida State University in Tallahassee of-

of Intimations that he la unqualified for the some adult left within reach 'marginal" farmers his first glimpse at the film It Is Suwannee County Chamber of were 'Initiated Into the

presidency and that he continues to oppose the Children lock themselves in abandoned refrigerators I've just read a report in the an entirely new actuation to realize Commerce moved at a brisk pace Kappa Alpha social fraternity at
and smother to death. Women cut Issue of Kraft real this week. Official of the company
removal of the speaker from the line Qf 8ucce slon. January-February that one is looking at the the school Jut week. They were
But one man's sensibilities should no longer be themselves, slip or trip in high heels or burn up Foods' Maagzine, The KrafUman, thing and not a make believe granted the chamber an extension Horny Hair U. son of Mr. and
this the home by carelessness with cigarette or matches. which proves It Is possible to story. and the effect Is most of time for the remainder Mrs. Hair
permitted to be controlling In approaching Hazy Jr. Oeorg
of this week.Pre.ldent .
make a living, and a pretty good trtklng.
consideration lathe I (Foggy) Day son of Mr. and Mr.
The only permissible
problem. Louie C. Wadsworth
at that with a few dairy cows lectured
one The picture will be by
What good can one more editorial do to lessen A. P. and
of the United Day. Bobby Butler, son
collective welfare of the people reported this week that
I and of land. responseto
just one acre Miss Ines Hart and special music
the rate of serious and tragic accidents in the of Mr and Mrs. Ed: Butler.
States. Here's how the Kraftsman reports wonderful the chamber's appeal was
her
will be furnished by .
home? It make think about the problem
can
you
Jackson County Floridan Marlanna the story of a one-acre successful electric calliope. gratifying and that the goal set
and take preventative action which will
prevent farmer In Idaho was in sight.
: The picture will be here one
accidents In your home. You can check the bath Oscar Chaffin _. Not An AlligatorThe
depends an
on day, going to the MontgomeryTheatre
Straw In The Wind? tub mat. You can check the medicine chest. You acre of land and 20 cows for In in Jacksonville from here. Live Oak's National Guard ""Baby Alligator for SaleIs "

The announcement this week by John R. Oron can become safety conscious and that win be of come. company stood annual federal Inspection not an alligator but probably a

ouskl. our Postmaster General, could be something more value than anything vise. Except for several days each I Monday night and indication South American Caiman. It is
Every home accident Is preventable. Look fall when he helps out at the ,1910 are that the unit passed against the law to sell alligators
that would develop a trend In our national 10Ve'l'nment. -
Eastern Idaho State Fair in with high honor Visiting field in Florida
around your home today and see what steps you Among those announcing for

Mr. Oronouskl! intimated that he would ask the can take to prevent one I Blackfoot Chaffin has never offices were C. J. Hackney for al-
worked away from home. With
-Cocoa Tribune derman from ward four. W P.
eliminate the Postal Savings service
to
Congress the income from milking cows
.
Young Jr.. alderman from ward
his giving u his reason that it
from department, and selling manufacturing milk
two in the city election in May AllisChalmersSALES
money-losing proposition. at Blackfoot the Chaffln have
was What It A Customer?
D. 8 Splvey McLeod Jr. a* eon-
There's hope! If the P. O. boss wants to get raised and educated their family
We often table from the tint constable'sdistrict.
wonder If more business houses should
out of business, and thereby stop competing with of six children.
Chairman C. B. Warnerof
n't ask themselves this question and then try toIL and SERVICEIN
18 old. and
They're both
our banking and savings institutions maybe what- years the board of county eomralstamra .
_.* furs *ot wm M _toMn anA otb.vj6.pwr4 e.i answer. U In bout \IMWUMM M balM b "owl ,. MtvattMit* ttanw and farm buildniOt annmiiMwl candidacy'
*-'A uctontc U \be most important person to a late model
pickup
1 ear a THE LIVE
OAK
down with it. AREA
menu will come = for rt-tlecton to the board as representative
business either in person or by mall. A' customer truck and money In the bank.
If the government decides to get out of the from district two.. J. C.
Is not depend' The Chafflns have been Kraft
dependent on us -,we are
money-saving business it could decide to atop competing Fletcher would seek election to
with the power companies, long a losing operation ent on him. A customer is not an Interruption patrons at Blackfoot since 1830, the board of county commission* We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor
of our work he is the purpose of It. We are when they started selling the milk
en a* representative from district
for them. We've contended for a long from one cow. After that Chaf- Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver
not doing him a favor by serving him he is doing one. Chairman Horace B. Wooley )
time that they'd be better off to collect taxes from fin bought his acre near Blackfoot -
us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do ot the board of public Instruction
Chris Burkhardt's company and their contemporr- built a home, barn, loafing -ALL WORK GUARANTEEDLeo -
stated this week
would
so. he seek
aries Could be that Mr. Oronouskl will start abed and corrals, and added three
A customer is not an outsider to our business re-election to the school board

something he is a part of it A customer Is not cold more cows. from district one.
He's got another losing department that he Dunham
Building
statistics he Is a flesh and blood human being
could get rid of too. That's his printing business, Live Oak
his Garden Club circle
By raising replacements
with feelings and emotions like our own. A customer own
in which he supplies return address envelopes below Is a person who brings us his wants. It he's built his herd to the will meet Friday Canterbury (Mayo Road __ Across From Ilowlaad F..d Mill)

cost. As a country printer we of course printed present size of 20 cows and 20 Ben with Mrs. B T. Bowman:
should be our job to handle them profitably both Phone 362-3222
envelopes with the return address. But we, nor heifer.. Chaffin uses artificial Delphinium with Mr*. Samuel I.

any other printer, could compete with the government to him and to us. breeding; selects for good udders, Oibb; Dogwood with Mr*. C. P.
A lot of businesses should reread these answers I and and lelfemteln: and Redbud Kan-
prices. good feet leg, good production
It's been a very tender spot with printers for and rededicate their efforts to the philosophy in his cows; and breeds tune Cabin of Mr*. 0. A. Lee. Larder Tractor: CO.

many years with our government cutting our stated above. his heifers to calves at 24 months
,. -Lake Wales News of age. The movie version of "Done
throats with every batch of envelopes they prin HAROLD LANDEN Owner
With The
I Up until about 1138. Chaffln Wind" opened last ,
ted. rented pasture for his cows.. How- Tuesday at the State Theatre In
There are many areas in which the government The merchant who doesn't advertise has nothIng ever. he figured then that they'd

Is giving unfair completion to private business on the man in jail. He isnt doing anything produce more milk and make him

Although some of the things Mr. dron- either. more profit with dry lot feeding

ouski's department does fall to meet with the enthusiasm lie feed. In dry lot on his one

of his patrons, if he can start a trend to Old-fathlcned mosquito: "And to think when acre, and buys all his hay and

return business to business people he will have I was young I could only bite girls on the hands grain. The hay comes from neighbors

built a monument to himself and face. Spike who cut at the right times
-High Springs Telegram for the best quality. Chaffln be- TAKE IT

I Man's genius enables him to build a spaceship fleece that "Regular milking
regular feeding and good care 1s
Let Reds Have No DoubtThe in the nick of time just when his stupidity I the procedure to follow If you
to make the uninhabitable _
threatens planet
weekend crisis If that Is the right want to make money milking ITS
Olobe. Boston. .". LEAVE
word In Viet Nam demonstrates anew, two CO" '
Chaffln adds: "We have made :1 !
1
points about United States foreign policy:
The clhef reason so many marriages are failures and accumulated enough off this
When this nation reacts vigorously to military is that so many fallurea are married. Oo*. one acre of ground to feel secure

attack, u it almost always does, there Is instant port C8NAS Pensacola. for the mt of our lives, and dons

bipartisan support for the Administration's action. owe a penny to anybody. If lou

If the United States were to formulate a A hospital 1s a place where people who are run ont believe me, come out and

stronger more positive foreign policy, equal support down wind up. U. 8. Coast Guard Magazine I'D show ,ou.-

could be expected at home and fewer pro- . : .

vocations could be expected abroad.
Worry will make almost anybody thin except ,MI Club Council Met
Last summer, when North Vietnamese torpedo
the people who worry because they art fat _
boats attacked a U. S. warship In the Oulf of Reporter, Kanawha, la. On February 2

Tonkin: they were promptly! blasted out of the
The second meeting of the SU-
water, and carrier-baaed aircraft followed with wannee County 4-H Club Council

telling strikes against ports from which the attacking The Suwanncc DemocratOF was held Tuesday February 2, in YOU'LL HAVE no harassment cashing! checks on your
ships may have been launched. the Conference Room of the 8u-

That was President Johnson's first big test on UVE OAK FLORIDA wannee Valley Eictrie Cooperative trip if they are Traveler ,Check Safe, easily cashed}
the International scene and there was unanimous Building. Lynda Ward presided
**fi tt. S.... .. Rises F **
iVffrwl of .. .. Iy: the
applause from Americans on his prompt and aggressive !. over meeting. Traveler Checks are available at the Commercial Bankin
BANNER Consolidated LEADER The devotional was given by
response Established: 1U4 August 4. 1897 EatablUIicd 1118
Charles Warren Hunter and the
It would have seemed that the Red Chinese, r.Hi.h4 Every Thursday at fine *. Ceaaer gins ledges! by Laura Thomas and $10 $20, $50 and $100 denominations and cost only
who sparking the war In South Viet Nam
are t CTWadsworth Editor
& Publisher
.... Eunice Allbritton. Donlla AUord
would have gotten the mesage; that the United Clara S. Wadsworth....... Associate Editor led the group in aiming. $1 per $100.

States will DOt tolerate any attack on Its peopleor Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising ManagerGeorge A report onbe council

-property anywhere In the world. T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman Christmas party was given by
But since then other things have transpired HaM
Eunice Allbritton. Olenda
Second Class Paid At
Postage Lire Oak, Florida8UB8CZUPfQN
,American missionaries In the Congo nave been 6\r aonee County 4.00 I talked en the state constitution

tortured and slaughtered; and this cation' only RATES Outside Buwamtfe County |S.00 after which the council voted to

action has been to furnish airplanes for one quick ALL SPBaCTUPTIONS-Payable In Advance 1 ratify it.

thrust ,to rescue a few hundred American and Two projects.. on on community

\ European: civilians held by Communist-led Cong Itnttt and one to make money COMMERCIAL BANK
1IEMBm 0'1 tr .
distuned.
were

I( oleo- American rebels.I libraries In Egypt hat been, tacked.: e Florid Pr4. AsCocaatloa) aucn: we Plans discussed for a county and various events committees day I J ciWit: OF LIVE OAK

Master.toas told us to take our aid to his country 8UW AhN tK COUNTY eOgMlbee were appointed by the

and Jump fa the ocean; and the Administration council to work out details for the LIVE OAK FLORIDA

has asked Congress to approve continued aid to .f Conamercei vent
\
1 Egypt as though nothing had happened. Olenda frail Is council reporter,



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served U rals money fer a new building at Fine Grave
ClDSCILL'S victoria
Methodist Chmrth, Plates were served frem $:3/ antllliM RoyalANTIQUE
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To Pine GroveMethodist Uy Cage The SI Sawaane AagftBtlae.Season BalU there Monday.g Friday* will Bulldog Cagers ? &&P t 1 ? .

ChurchA and close the IMt-CS basketball
season with Maye her Saturday 60-46

supper was held by the Monday night. rr ,1, 1 I ti
Live Oak Suwannee lIIah
The rams with May was *
WSCS at the First Methodist .
formerly sebedaled for Feb. ft.Mi Bulldogs took an early first quarter
Church here from 5:30 I
lead over the Madison Red
until 8:00: p.m. last Friday Devils In a defensive basketball 1
night to raise money to build *s McFarlancl Cho enHomcmakrr lime there Saturday night but ,i I 1I
a new Pin drove Methodist Tomorrow lost In the find period 0-48.< $ r ,
Church. Mr Lucln Wright, the i rr k I
The Bulldog led U-' at the e t r /
former Mill Lucine: Umstead.. hat Mis Kathleen McParland I* close of the opening quarter but I w i 1
recently donated $10000 to PIne this year's Betty Crocker Homemaker Madison came back to make It ( / a r t
Orove for the purpose of building of Tomorrow for Suwan- 14-J3 at halfUme. Play was evenly t }
a new church and member are nee High School, an announcement matched through the third
made this week stated. She
working through this and
supper period but Madison set a fast pac
other contribution to add sufficient U now eligible for state and natlonsl to score 31 point In the final
monies to tart construction contest. Quarter. and close the Bulldog
Pine Orov U the oldest churchIn Miss McPartand U a senior at out fO....
the county the tint building Suwsnnee High School Is on the Corky Blspham had one of his
being built In 1832 by Judge Joe' paper staff and recently represented better nights under the basket
eph Dyed and Ilowell Ilswklns Use Oak In a Junior Ills tossing In five field goals and lour
The first three buildings were''I contest sponsored by Florida free throw for 14 point, Ray
constructed of lop with a dirt Jaycee Corbin led the tram In scoring
floor In the first two. The first UsA with IS point, five of these free
two decayed and rotted out but nine-hole golf course I* available throw. Both Richard Townsend
the third was burned when mem for visitor at the Florida and Dave Melvin had seven
ben of the community were: Cavern State Park at Marlanna points Tommy Hskher had two;
clearing and burning trash A and Lee Harvard one.
park caught fire to the straw. Pin Orove Church was a community Ronnie Webb scored 22 point
covered roof and burned It In, project< and the sill were for Madison 10 of these In the r, t C I 1R
lies I hauled t.crhe present location fourth Quarter followed closelyby
, Meeting were held In a brush I chained underneath wscons I Ronnie Resins with II and
arbor until another church could The original founders served as Carol Welch with 11
be built. preachers until the church became The BulldoM played 4..p..f 1 t t .
Following Indian uprisings. a member of the Methodist there Tuesday night but no score "'
Judge Dyel held court of ala.... circuit. Rev John M. Bridge was wa In at pits time IiiUjj) : i"
Ion at the old camp meeting the first pastor ef Pine OroveMethodUt : Individual scoring for the Dull. .
ground on the Whit Spring Church coming thereIn dogs for the season I* a* follows:
Road. A* this became a frequent 1 UU Since then there have ro FT TrR r
meeting place In the been 12 other pastor with the Tew.send 74 Ill
a tabernacle was built OOINDunit"1 Rev Arthur Kaon now in chargeof L rwwa It It 111C. ,, ,"
OUt service held I service at the church ; ...... II 11 $0 Richly teitured styled to hng In graceful ..
two such building I Concrete step were built at I. lIan..... It n u ) folds, weighted In ell corneri And
1IM and the eond built almost I each door of the present churchIn : I P. hitlrla' 11 II 44'I lade .
immediately. Shortly after the I ItSI and the building repaint ,. Hskh.t 11 11 tI they ere guaranteed not to NOW WI CAN ril ANY
construction of this second tab ed. Since that time Sunday Schoolrooms A. O.w..D 11 11 It $ even In bluing tropic' sun I Styled by WINDOW OR liD WITH CUSTOM
ernacle. the Pine Orove Methodist I have been added and ether IL Stamper. 1 4 Crosclll with matching valances, ..,
Church building being used today repairs made dtl per lei, bedipfed QUAlITY CAnS DIArillfS AND
was built m 103 The last I The church of to-odd member Florida newest state park IIOiniAOl AT IOW, LOW
es and meeting were held U now In Its lltrd year of service Washington Oaks Oardena. three
gerund tabernacle In 1TO arn1e-1 to the people' of Suwannee miles aouth of Marliwland will IIADY MAD MICH' I IG
building gold to Waver I County and. being the oldest here. be opened to the public January
Construction of the loots forward to many more. I. IHI. or' t.e rr' ,.. ft" roe re/"fee
p {'.ale wl.u w... WI" WI''.
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At Orlando Crapps Is Registered Forester Won FFA Project In 1954


Festival Florida Foods Planned For Claude Crapps III Licensed Forester;;


Florida Indutrics Exposition In April Timber Thinning Will Pay Dividends


Tallahassee Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Con- P. C. (Claude) Crapps III has been recently licensedand

ner today announced a new project in his long-range goalof registered by the state board of registration for foresters -

building an effective marketing program for Florida permitting him to engage In the practice of forestryin

agricultural products. the State of Florida.
Conner said the. Florida Department of Agriculturewill rrnnna graduated from the School of Forestry at
sponsor a Festival of Florida Clemson University and has been --
Foods at the Florida Industries that he already has word that
associated with forestry
closely been actively engaged In forestry
procurement officers from the
Exposition in Orlando, Apr. 27-30. for the past several years. He wona practices with his father.
Army, Navy and Air Force will be fe A
He said his department will set attending. A test kitchen will be state forestry award as a mem- Proof of his proficiency In for-
up a supermarket featuring food Included in the facility so buyerscan ber of the FFA in 1954 and has estry can be seen in a 160-acre
products grown and processed In sample the Florida wares of iL'I' tract of pines south of Live Oak
Florida. their choice. that is now being thinned for the
This will be the first time in As Agriculture Commissioner, Graveside Rites I first time. These 12-year old trees

our state's history that an orga Conner annually has visited ma- La z show' a growth of twenty cords)
nized attempt has been made to jor northern and eastern marketsto For per acre ranging up to 12 Inches

attract major buyers by gathering promote the sale of Florida _.. -- Sunday in diameter. They were grown
under one roof all of "the food agriculture commodities among W1 .t=''' .... t.": m At left P. C. Crapps III U shown In a 160-acre under his supervision and care
products produced here, Conner major food buyers 1 '; Mrs. Hemming and Is one reason he was adjudged -
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I \ tract of planted pines couth of Live Oak. Above be
said He also initiated the new Sun- k ".. worthy' of the certificate conferred
I Is displaying a certificate of registration Issued by the
"We enthusiastic .. services for Mrs. by the forestry board.
expect sup- FLAvor seal of quality programfor '''' Graveside
Florida Board of Registration for Foresters. (Democrat
port from the food industry, including Florida crops, and his mar- Gallic Hemming former resident i As In other sections of the
growers, agricultural keting staff has worked! with Staff Photos) of this county, were held Sunday I county, this thinning of planted

groups processors and marketers, grower groups to develop and distribute afternoon at 3.00: p.m. at the pines can be counted upon to
to help make this event a spec- millions of pieces of point- Wellborn Cemetery with the Rev. supplement farm Income. Twen
tacular showcase of Florida of-sale promotion material for Last Rites For Nine Key Steps To Assure Quality Tom Allen officiating ty-five. thousand acres of pines

foods" he added. Florida foods. His departmentalso Mrs. Hemming was a native of were planted from 1956 thru I960

Conner said all food growers provides special services to Mrs. McCulloch Tobacco Outlined By Agronomist this county and was born here in Suwannee County when the
and processors will be Invited to food editors throughout the nation July 19. 1873. She was a Baptist soil bank program became a part
display' their products at the festival to boost the sale of Florida Income '"' and held membership in a Clearwater of the farm picture and a number
GAINESVILLE Insure air needed must be adjusted to
and that the project will foods. Here SaturdayFuneral church. She died February of farmers will soon be realizing -
from flue-cured tobacco the crop and weather conditions.
be financed by charging each exhibitor Conner said the Festival of 11 at Clearwater. the first returns from this
this year Shelby Brothers assistant Brothers points out.
a modest fee. Florida Foods supermarket will services for Mrs. Lucy Survivors Include her daughter
agronomist, Florida Agricultural Continuous culture of tobaccoon
Conner said he will invite be a logical extension of the Flor- Hall McCulloch who was Instantly Extensive Service, recom- one field may eventually cut Mrs. George Johnson the former crop.Reports Indicate that about
hundreds of major food buyers ida Industries Exposition, since killed last Wednesday I In an mends nine key' steps. the quality of the crop. Brothers Doris Hemming, also of Wellborn one-fourth of the trees standingcan
from all parts of the nation, and agriculture and its related Indus- auto accident on u. B. Highway First promote farm grown says Though yields can be and now residing In Clearwater. be cut during the first thinning -
27 between Perry and Mayo, were fer- Pallbearers included W. M. with additional thinnings to
plants, or purchase plants grown brought to a high point by
held Saturday afternoon at 3:00: Jernigan. Claude Hackney, and vary depending upon the product
locally. Use plastic covers on tit' -tloh, quality suffers as the
9iiaide' pm. at the First Methodist plantbeds or have them available soil structure drops. Soil particles L A. McKelthen\ desired If a farmer elects to sell
Church here with the ReV. Spivey for use under stress conditions so break down and the soil becomes The James B. Daniels Funeral his timber for pulpwood the en-
Brabham pastor of the church, plants will be ready when desired. more compact. Home of Live Oak was in charge tire stand can be removed sooner
and the Rev. Nelson Melvin pastor Fumigate tobacco land In mid Well-planned rotation of prop- of local arrangements. than if a portion Is to be sold at

WASHINGTON of the Live Oak Advent Chris- to late February. Be sure It is applied erly fertilized crops Is the best poles or saw timber.
tian Church, officiating. 8 to 10 Inches deep when a way to keep soil structure up, advises Serving as honorary pallbearerswere Farm Forester Wyman Garland
MARCH OF EVENTS Mrs. McCulloch was returning fair amount of soil moisture I.I Is the agronomist Rotation Wm. Hubbard Ora,, La- offers free service to timber grower -
to her home here Wednesday after A. Sessions. Claude Johns. of' this with
present Brothers advisee aim helps to reduce tobacco diseases vaughn county, suggestions -
SYSTEM Of VOTING LONG, DEMOS' WHIP, a visit in Perry when she Is I Dust or spray tobacco plantbeds to a minimum he says. Jim Hsgan, Vance Hagan. and on management and sale of
BY SENATE OUTDATED I SEEKING IMPROVEMENT reported to have lost control of about one week before pulling to Pat Skipper, existing trees.
her automobile and It plunged I prevent aphid or split worms being
By HENRY CATIICART headon into a truck with a cement carried to the field. Funeral Services

Central Press Washington Writer mixer attached. She was dead Get and keep a stand of tobacco HOMENOW
NEW NURSING
WMiIIINGTON-The Senate's new Democratic Whip. Russell when removed from the wreck. in the field from first plantingby Held For I

la trying to persuade his colleagues age.She applying fen ilz'r; seven days Monday
to modernize that body's voting procedure. Long wants to save was a native of this state prior to transplanting or make OPEN
time in the voice and pencil method of calling the roll for votes and had spent most of her life in a side application at transplanting Wade NolanFuneral ] 24-HOUR NURSING CARE FOR THE AGED
and quorums by installing electronic device. this city. She was a member of or at first cultivation. Apply Registered and Licensed Nurses
It's not really new-some state legislatures have been voting the local First Methodist Church only 1/3 of total at this time. services for Wade L. No FIREPROOF-AIR CONDITIONED
that way for years Nevertheless, Long Is not and the Live Oak Garden Club, Use dlazlnon In the transplant lan. 42, retired Air Force veteran Reasonable Rates
gelling very far with his effort The deceased was active In Eastern water at rate of 3 ounces to 60 of World War II and Korea, were WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
What Long longs for Is a panel of lights on Star and Woodmen Circle gallons of water to prevent wireworm held Monday morning at 10:00:
the dais of the Senate, with varl-colored bulbs activities and was past matron of damage. ajn. at Leona Methodist Church STARKE NURSING
beside each senator's name. When a vote Is Suwannee Chapter, Eastern Star, Apply poison bait broadcast to with the Rev W. L. Windsor and HQ.1ElOll
ordered, all the senator would have to do Is and a past president of Suwannee tobacco land 3 to 5 days prior to the Rev Arthur P. Koonj. officiating 8. Colley Rd. rhnne ....4171
i push the button at his desk to 'Indicate how Grove, Woodmen Circle. transplanting or apply over the Interment was In Leona KTARKF.
he want to vote and the gadget would recordit Mrs 75
McCulloch was years
row as soon as plants are set In Cemetery with Suwannee
and automatically add up the total. of age and made her home on the field. Cutworms and mole' Funeral Home of Live Oak in
Long claims that "We may fiddle and addle Westmoreland Street, She was a '
cricket damage can be held to a' charge of arrangements.
a lot in the Senate, but the time always comes widow
minimum with poison baits if Nolan died Friday at Augusta n.ORID'I
when w* are ready to ,voU. Lt's do it
Yotlna meet lee,'? .w ,C' rt eO ,; ..- by, \ 15.Survivors'LoneS. and include a UlT a ,brother Mr, Lois 0. used correctly. Oa. where he had made his home Ike machine
'o"at.11 On the, surface, the idea sounds fine, but Scnterflt, both of Live Oak three Irritate tobacco immediately for the past six year lie was a
what no senator will admit Is that he some after transplanting to help get a member of Leona Methodist
t Modernization times likes to know how some of his col- and step-daughters.Mrs. Anita Mrs Bright Nedra both Krapf of good start. Use recommended Insecticides Church In this county POWELL'S' I Ie
Ass aim leagues vote on an Issue and then either vote at regular intervals to Survivors Include his mother
Zion, III., and Mrs. Murial Wood
with or against them prevent or hold their damage to a Mrs. Mary Nixon Nolan. Live
o e 0 man. Brantford Ontario, Canada; minimum. Oak; three sisters Mrs. Carl t 1 I I e 1
and I
a step-son, Olenn McCul
I'KOMOTIVfl: AUTO SA"'ETY-The federal government buys Harvest sand lugs on green side Johnson, Grady, Colo.. Mrs. Coleman -
a lot of everything and by Issuing specifications for these articlesIt loch. also of Zion Ill. of ripeness All other leaves Brooklns. Oracevllle. and

individuals often tends to standardize them into the product bought by Crews Active, Marvin pallbearers Phillips were, L Tom M.i' should ,be Brothers fully ripe cays.before harvesting 'I' and Mrs. three Sam Bradihaw brothers, Wendell Halnes City No, C rt bfUstd with f rtilij; r quipmtnt

The continuing Injuries and toll of lives attributed to the automobile Cheek B. A. Swing Robert If you cure tobacco with an I Ian Dunedin Green Nolan. Uve for oncrovtr accurtt* operation
has long been the concern of safety engineers. Many of Bruce, and John Wiggins open flame burner and your barn i Oak and Clifford Nolan Virginia
them believe that autos better designed from the standpoint of Serving u honorary pallbearers la tight be sure to have sufficient City Va.Active.
safety would result in were J, D. and Tom Henry Phil vents to I
fewer injuries and deaths to drivers and provide air as need- pallbearers were Pete
passengers Townsend Sr.. Alfred T. Alrth W. ed. In this type barn, air U usually Vann Eugene McCalL. George T
With the power of Its leverage in mind, the government Is attempting M. Jernigan. Oto Scott, Claude i I needed on coloring as well as (Pete Wright Theron Bags Cur-
to do something about McMillan, M. J. Kirby, Rudolph drying the leaf The
persuading auto-makers to pay amount of tam Morgan and Robert Johns.
more attention to safety In the design of their cars. Beginning Fletcher, Leon McDonald, J. H. "42H2")"
with the 1007-year models, the government has proposed special Mitchell, II. T, Hall, N. M. Tsacrlos to
standards for passenger safety In the can it buys. L II. Gill, and Dr. Donald L. For The Beat In
It finally adopted, these standards will call for: Instrument Burch.
panels and aun visors to be padded: compartment controls to be Interment was In the Live Oak
recessed; bumper heights standardized; hydraulic brakes backedup Cemetery with the James B. ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
by a mechanical system; and air pollution control equipment Daniels Funeral Home of Live
Other standards Involve steering wheel, door latches and hinges, Oak In charge of arrangements STANDARD ROOFING
window glass, seut-belt anchors and windshield wipers U.
1 e e The merchant who saves money acid

DC. I.IMOt'SINESl More than a year ago, the dollar-minded by not advertising also saves money SHEET
Budget Bureau notified bigwigs In government departmentsthat by not wrapping up goods that METAL CO.
they'd have to get rid of their ostentatious chauffeur-driven: he hasn't sold. 211 So. Ashley! St. Ph. 244-2646
limousines, bought or leased by their agencies FREE
Upwards of 400 Washington officials have been enjoying these tries accounts for nearly $4 billion ESTIMATES V ALDOsr A'S BEST ROOFERS
physical evidences of federal prestige The off l- of the state's annual
econo:
.clals were given a year to get rid of their col- Some VIPs Now you can transplant more accurately reduco

Uytlon of Cadillacs, Lincoln and Imperials and my.In addition to the growers of labor,and get IncruMd returns per acre.This new

.have them. substituted by something less con"ol//If "wplcuous. farm ,products, there are around A Thought For "42" transplanter is equipped for use with a hy

Umewtlnes 500 food processing firms In Florida TodayBy draulic cylinder operating through the tractor
Now the year has gone by and of the
some
(
he added. BRODT C. 1IIRRIS hydraulic system.You donl haw to lift the planter
officials/ perhaps the more timid or lower echelon
one., have The Florida Industries
I complied with the order. But others have not now in its fourth Exposition "HOPS: IS GENERALLY A WRONG GUIDE. BUT GOOD COM cut of the ground by hang Model shown b designed
fear Is a PANY BY THE WAY ," foe-T larger
The chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission for examplev non-profit observance urns sirrow operation
Is still chauffeured around town In his shiny black Lincoln sponsored Hope Is good company at any time and under most circum io4
by the Florida
Continental. He explains this away airily by saying\ It 1* the In cooperation Development Commission stance It I* comforting cheering and holds out certain promise Transport wheels an located between transplant-
with 10 which kindle
J gency'i under a lease arrangement that can't be small warm fires of Interest and
broken Ing units and
leading associations and societies i- expectation. However. we might be wise not to tractor for more even operation better
t .. regularly hope for -or confidently desire thlnii weight' balance easy maneuverability and
"t which common sense tells us are impossibly beyond maximum clearance" In
i transport over uneven land,
reach. Hope can and doe toe
Its lustre when
It -
U constantly placed In tr* position of attempting Uses popular bask transplanting units with
I
We Are Now Dealer For Famous to produce the Impossible. MCkisfce Plant Tray and Accurate High Capacity
It is difficult to see how the act of hoping can Water System.
ever be detrimental; teneralty it accomplishes blue
breeds e. fair amount of disappointment
but In
HOMELITE the final analysis\ it has more likely than not gene Adjustable wheels allow planting on flat land or
PRODUCTS rated e goodly amount of expectation and enthusi beds up to 8" high. Plant and water spacing from
ism along they.demands 12' to 40*
apart nw sparing from 34* to $5'.
Ho Uta the Inevitable will
not brim drastic
v. amid the grief oft toss Isis another vain premts. The moat Fertilizer II> ;"'ement available for onco-over
Riding Mowers Chain Saws I effective: alleviation ls to consult with BUWANNEX FUNERAL transplanting.
HOME. 639 South Ohio Avenue' Live Oak. about pre-neda. Let
our understanding and comforting counsel guide you to the widest
Outboard Motors solution Can 3631234. AIM available h see a4 fve-nw MM, trim errtiSmeqBijMae

/ wtIIte.t .. ... M late WKittrtmrCe

r WE STILL HAVE SEVERAL FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor e h a4 M ts stow yes the trawplaatar led

Suwe.iu. County Resident ,.tsd. II yew noels.

BOYS AND GIRLS BICYCLESSTILL BRODY C HARRIS

IN THE BOXALL SIZES

TO BE SOLD AT INVOICE PRICE SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME POWELL MAWFACTUWNG cow WC.

4 License FosMral Director Drawer 635 BeonettsviBe, S, C CALLBRTTTON .


Roberts Hardware And! Appliances LIVE 625 3.OAK Ohio FLORIDA Avenue

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: West Howard St. PJtot 362-1232 PHONE 362.1234 BROS. TRACTOR CO.

LIVE OAK FLORIDA
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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK. FLORIDA PACE FIVE



Dinosaurs Weighed 50 Tons I Made Honorary MembersThree 0ro1.t1 ,........ ............ I
List Rites Held daylaiul Church 4-l4-Mt "...... John Bwwlln*
.. ... .ark rtet 4.||..-.0>. Altlm T P Ad.:
Biggest Creature Ever To Walk ,. .,. .:" '-': \ To Have Revival ..*..0.*... Bmn R Jr LI.. O.k
, "" 'rir rial. 4ll4vll. Bknnl .... S H *rD
For Mrs. SimsFuneral Th Rev. Pat Wlmberly, well I a.. Live Oak 1'1.l 4ll..Al,.IS I
tr known Southern Baptist Dnkn .sin. I T 1.1** Oak VI.555.. .
f On Earth Faded Into ':" evangelist 14 Br*.i> A ODM U -
Si History services for Mrs. F.Usa- will begin' revival services at DII Bravn ..!r Hot :'labO Ok' I

I f.., beth C. Sims the former Betty Clayland Baptist Church Sunday Pii i-i<...0.. ....n 0 M A N.IIII ,
Sy Washington The 4-1140.0014 Cl.rk I Un.4 BPD S tl
biggest creature ever to walk the Barber of this city were held evening at seventhirty.The Jk PI*: 4l4AI. <... .. J 0 Ll::: ;

earth probably weighed 50 tons. His thigh bones alone Sunday afternoon at 3:00: pm. at Rev. Wlmberly has held Oak 5151. | 4-l40-I04I Cmfl Bra. ,..

measured seven feet. Stretching his neck a little he could Ellm Baptist Church near Fort pastorates at the First Baptist Ll Alpln<* Otk Phi1110.1001 i Phi 4-ll4*. 04l Cirtrlikl rnS Km A C> 1

have peered_ over a tour-story buildinar if there had been White. Church In Venice; the First Baptist ....h; 4.0UO.OOt 'ou.'.'. R ,. 0.1O.Ile .
(].,IU M.. ..... .
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any around. Mrs. Sims died last week at Church of Bartow, served' as ..*........ 0*......." Jrff Ride Arrt

His name: Brachlosaurus. He Fort Lauderdale where she had state evangelist of the Home Mission i4!** (A 'J4'SI4S.S 4l Or.." R H ,
Lire O.5 .rtaL /.O i4 -.ou' 0r.... a
P was a gentle plant-eating) dinosaur species Including carnivores. The made her home for several years. Board, and 1s now filling a W MtAlpIn Pit, 4-OIIII-M4T Oriihk. I

but he had carnivorous carnivorous mammals, which She was the daughter of the late pastorate in Jacksonville! (>".<. LI.. flub Fl., ......-.... H...
0 ... .
WI.
Jinn O.k .
Fit. 4.I4 OII
cousins that were truly horrendous could remain active hen cold Nathan Barber of this city Services will be held at 7'SO: I 2.T."K' OI>N W.II.'' ..... ria. ....,,.

e engines of destruction. The made reptiles torpid eventually I Survivors include the husband p.m. each evening next ftffk Hi.. J1"...,.., '.M Tk.. u': ....140-
.
". .
It 19-foot-tall Tyrannosaurus rex finished off the dinosaurs Dr i Roy Sims. Fort Lauderdale: Un Special music will be presented I .."(...ot| J.M H C 11.1.LI.: .Oalt c/. J"""kt H

e armed with gigantic teeth and Hotton thinks. daughters Mrs Dinah Cannon.' under the direction of Kenneth I.?... Ill .!.'.... *". ".C.mk Mitt'

a claws would make today's largest Small reptiles survived because Albany, Oa., and Mrs. Terry Mills, McLeod.A int:::!:JJ-J2":: f"1..151".. J Tll H .1.1.D. 0.515". 0'N.tl{

land carnivore the Alaska brown they could take refuge from predators Fort Lauderdale: a brother, Robert nursery' will be provided for U.*. MPH SHi'm I Ph4OI4....H |.......
sS LI..O.l .
,
bear aeem as harmless as a kitten or cold weather in the M. Barber HtnesvUle. Os.: the small children. ...?....,..??..!* OR 0'Fit'',!,.4-l4. Pius:||IT 1.

the National Geographic Society ground. Turtles, too. remained secure and two grandchildren The church Is located six mile N... WNW.. H ADM P.IWIS

rte says. In their armored houses; V Among those serving as pall- west on the Dowltng Park Road 1 MvKtv* Anitl M: Llv o.h.It'riM<.1 .4..*:|.4.M...AI|.,

bearers S ..1..'. *."'." \.. -' ;ltn--'j;
Ellis Dnvllnt .
Brachlosaurus Tyrannosaurus many present-day turtles are state l gUatora reortve honorary membership la the were Martin. .. M. 0.1111. .//aa ML., '
1541. tI..
and their entire tribe of reptiles scarcely distinguishable from S........ Valley Life l'ndrrwrlter Association here last week. Howard Jr.. Harry Mills Gary ..110//6/0. P.IIMI.r. a. N.0.'la.lal a
those that lived alongside the Brothers, and Robert Barber. Card Of Thank!! .'. Alii. M.. 011I..1 ...., 11.111.: '
were wiped out about 70 million They were left U right. Senator' II iuton Roberta U,. Oaks Sen. 1'1.1 1IU5.05r.r..n.. To. T.. Co

p years ago. What did them in remains dinosaurs. aloe Fete' Gibson. Ferry j and Reprewntstlve Homer T. Fatnal. We the family of Oscar Fiilr- LI.Id.. .. n.k P151.5151 I ..018 ,....... s:
Dinosaurs vanished cloth wish to 0.1t Ph i 5-11/0.1,15 .... .
1 our 15 .
so completely Itoiiul express mossincere
one of the most tantalizing May. Claode Vic, president .f the tninrane group mad* the Begin* ... S r5- "'..',.< r..1100' ..1.1
() that they were unknown thanks to the hospltsitaff 5.41.5' H... '. .
riddles of paleontology. Authorities to science until the 19th century'I presentations and I II shown between Glteon. and Pains who Is *n At Mount Olive and the doctors for their 1111 "......., IT." "....ct.> "',".4l! 4-4IM.Hnkl.

s downfall have of variously dinosaurs blamed on volcanic the In 1823 a British physlclsn. Dr. the tar right (Democrat Staff Fhsto) Revival services will begin Sun. kindness and consideration during sell N. J"N""litO'...*W Ll I..5FD 0.1t 11 rtai: ,.1....lIct.1.5

dust, meteorites cosmic radiation, Gideon Mantell. happened to take day evening at 7:90: at Mount the illness of our hunband and F.I Phj.' ', 1.1111.1111............ II".. n/1. 11.. Oalt
JP Ilh. a Ht.lr4' H....
disease hormone 1m his young wife along on a house Olive Baptist Church and continue father. l.* Pit; l-tllt.totl MLirank
sunspots CHS
t call In Sussex England. While Dr. nightly through the week. Also,, thanks to our friends and (...I' ...It.' ..?.. ""'". M.... A5S
heat sterilization dwlnd Nil
balance ) N. .
i Mantra Colored NewsNegro The It., neighbors for the food. flowers ....<... ? 111 LI.. 1151 PltiMM ,
ling brain power racial old age was tending his patient. Paul Mlkell will be the V* T.w.."". M.. R. 1.4144..

and even what scholars term his wife took a walk and found an evangelist cards and other expressions of Bf: I ?Ili".W.1 6/1/615/. W,talo.

unusual fossil tooth. Intrigued The pastor of the the sympathy at the death of our l.5iI.. 1.1. .'... Oalt rta'.
I Weltachmerc, or "world wean.ness" !!- church /Ill w.,."? ....... U II..
Mantell scoured the area and Rev. Otis Page Invites all numbers loved one. .u.1t. L.Th.l, ..*|.....U W.lta' WtrakmiM
5..r .
.11. Oto... .
t eventually discovered other teeth I and friends of the church to Mrs. Mattie Falrcloth ur Er. 4l4
Onk. .
Recent theories favor combination Week OlWned At O r.n"w: 1.11161101 WI)
a History nri'n
;
I and bones wlhch he could not attend these services Mrs Ruby Phillips It / 01/6osri W11.., L.I.I

of factors. Paleontologist JdenUf,. Negro History Week was obaerv The history of the black man Mrs. Elate Baker 6/1/61551..,.........hlt-.1.red/ .M..

Nicholas Hotton. of the United I Fossil ed by the lOCal studies drpart by T. Alexander Falrcloth 11..1..11. N
experts dismissed Msn Curd Of Thank Raymond 5'.s.da.54 .. ...
States National Museum In WashIngton. tell's finds ment at O'Brien High School the Mary McCloud Bethune. ... .f .5-605. Cif ...
1I u merely extinct ...... It ..r ..,.... ,
I believes that fluctuating mammal bones. But Mantell remained week cf February B-13 with Mrs Address' by President John ... We wish to extend our mOlt I......I r, Ik* .....*nr" kr w.5.aae" .....,..1.IS.
climate and the development of Rita L. Brown, social studies Kennedy sincere thanks and appreciationto RAKING FOR .. Iaga11.. .... ?, (1_. ?.,.
unconvinced. Eventually r......... .. "...'.1......,: Ak.. ..
mammals decisive our friends and for Birthdays Parties
large played neighbors And
a naturalist decided' that Man teacher, and Miss Grace L Ford a w 4..1 PrnMH 01..1.. Ct.il.l. Ttl.
roles. Dr. Hotton suggests that tell's unknown English teacher in charge of the the flowers food cards and many Weddings "'.. .-.. rtorM. .. R. .... .. ...!...
teeth resembled .
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dinosaurs retreated toward the those of an Iguana. With this program. O'Hrirn Movt* Ju.nprrIn other corulderatlons during the IIOT DONUTS ALL IUT l.tkNtkH. I. Ikto. ....... llHto.r,r"mm.r

tropics during long cold periods clue. Mantell published Themes for three days were a. illness and death of our loved one .l *v....klB" I. ,_....4 .. Ik. ...,*.,
the firs Two
l Came Scrim May Ood bless. each of LIVE OAK BAKERY IN..," I. '".. Ik* ._" vlll k.
remaining there until one
warm description of dinosaur fosslteeth ) follows: you. ........... t* Ik. A4mim.lrtl.r.' Tk" ._
weather returned. ODrlen High played at JUPfrMonda The Family of tfl.r. all f.rlk.r .151..1 .
under the Wednesday The Negro yesterday Bwann AT*. US-MS k* 4lrM 1
name "Iguano- night and will meet the Curtis t4 I. Ik* "..',1...,.,,
The early mammals Insignificant today and tomorrow Bass
don". RAY s:. OSEEN
little Insect-eaters, offeredno Since then, a bewildering vsriety Thursday Women builders. same team In a return engagement "." At A4mllillit. fIN

challenge at first. Being<< of fossils has come to light Friday Gentlemen. I am hereto rrlda,. February 19. on theO'

warm-blooded, however they and been properly classified as .ta,. O'Brien rwn court.coach., Arthur Union I Public( Notices TIIIBD TMt JUDICIAL ciaruiT CIRCUIT rmmT,or IN.. AND THE

could survive In a colder climate. dinosaurs. In 1M4 Dr. John H Recordings used for the program Porn luwANNtE covim, ruri >,,<
and

During the absence of dlnoaurs.j, Ostrom of Yale University unearthed included. expresied Walter appreciation Carter this for weak the IN Tin: coURT I" COUNTY JUNG.I'N vkwk.. It ... ft.M...4 .r* M Ittltowti.. ..ID4 i>...11'...'.. I.....',.. It*.
mammals began to develop large an entirely new specie ann run 'UW"NN is County, .,tI,...*l. N.. lit.YM Ptamilfl >
support given the team during nO"lo'\' > .. |........ IMS.DvMrlplhMl ....
the current season IN Kit ml frmmmt WU ml NW 4of tl.. Itok HUM r_*,*,. U*,
KrlJ.Y WEAVES, AlA NWH I.N. I A In MW CVr M.lb I..'.......
Odd Fact a e Manic. EM4.V WEAVER.IXCEAREII >* 11. Tv..kl' I Eonlk., ....* NOTICE or SHiaippt IAIE
-tl ;flin II I.1 .ll** to ., ... 10551
fPgiii fire Officials of UM county jail ()'Urit'll Teurhrr 41If'IICIEluC'utloll NOTICE or ruiNn' PETITION N... h ...." Mttt4. A,4rw"t.*... 1II!:'*lllltof, Sk.rir mt| a *vt IKtl.M Cmtlr.
la Youngstown, Ohio, forced an roil FINAL DISCHARGE! All ., *.l4 rrarlr k.lt. 1. Ik* YIeld..b, .>4. k, rbt..5 .,1.
S, inmate Now| to kmkp .I.! Iktt I k* c...., .. a*....**, III... ml PlnrMt. *( ..M.ll.. ....,.,.,* k...4 Ml .. Ik"*
I to give up studies wltfe Conferences: flM ml (Minim ft Nntl 4lt.ktrt< :: Sal., .. ...k wrliriMl' ., ..,11''**'*. ...... *...,,*/ ..,.. In Ik.* ...... .ntk>4
Help for Ice Fisherman time of need. a locksmith: InoUtuts whoM "......',...'. .l Ik. Mli* .l MlWtr "kill .k* ....... 4 .***4ll* I. U. Iklftmmmrit ..._ kt.. k.to4 ...*. Ik.* fnltovMt'
Mrs. R.
.. 8. Orsnvllle. home economics .k. HM>r K.llr *...*. I- ......\.... In .... ....trl..'. M .., 55415 ... .I. I..
II : cwTMpondtnc court Include teacher' at O'Brien High ..1 will *M>lr I* Ik* .. Nrllewt.S.111. k. **.I4 I. Ik.. kltkolk)44r :=':'r::.t1, Y1.I.I.' .0,
I ?J /i rlb a frt offer for a "'prol.uWnalIocllplckln. r::ml 'Mono*** CM Mr, riorl..a.**. MIk II Ik* *Mrl k*... tmmr .. Ik* N5.r..h5-,115.11,115Ills. .
$ '&'" ._ kit". School: u attending a home economic .* I ltd .., r.kr.tr?. .... '.r .. II,., M..., I. Mtulk .f ....... till.1 S* *. 5 EKHI
conference at Florida ..*..1 (.* fliul .,.... ... M AdwtnH. whI.h. N IM h. d..5" ....... I141 ..*.. III HM||' T, Tin RI4R..
I -' -- ....-' ---e- :a.---- AAU College In mini ., MM Etui Ul4 IkM. 11 d., ml P.kr.*r?, ll lIAVAUQHN WH .. IWH ., SWS
Tallahassee
! '..a& th MAY N. WEAVE A. RMIONS4'tork II* *.,.< 1 I. totto II. Till RI4E.
:: PANIC IF YOU .lLIN. week. I "....1.....'. .. Ik* It.,.,. .. ml l" ..... t,,...rt ., NKW NWS* ..4 NWH ..11Nr
gi I' 6 '.Ori TQWAAD THtm Head Coach Arthur Linton .1'1 1,11w.*..e..* H..rr ..11, ........ e...." r1.Ma asS W14 ., NW11 .(
PROPiL G w.,5.. &leMa..... 1611IN
rDURSCLF BY KICXINO momBOXN O'ttrlen attended a eoachea con. 11.11 A.TkU'4.fm4.tl .0 15..1... as..1
I ". YOUR fUT AND gXTtND* faenee[ at OwmllJ "4I rnuravy IlJ f'rouli.. mllkil: : .. Ik. Illk mm, ml
this week. NOTICE" UNit,. FICTITIOUS O PUS IVWANN/I rMlrely .
14* THE ARM FORWARD TO M.r.k." k.lM Ik. kitl k .M
Th OH TAI J"o" ..... .. :t .. .. :
...: W THE UN9ROKIM ktf meeting began Tuesday NAMCIAW IN / I : 1. '
1 III II 1 WORK YOURStlP BLOWN SC T<*N WkttlM IW. M .It r.kr ml.tl<.. Ik.l Ik* .**.*. I 'i.1o ii,, .tw"... ,.. .tr ....,..... .....:"1"-

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... RIM A5 IT MSTIriBUTCS ONLY { Al O'llrirn with Ik* c.hwk ., Ik* Clr*.H c'.,. I. ....,.. A -:0" BOOYAND ... N. ,... O mt4, .. .. .. ., .
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3TIne School their .. ::.*>*.... kit riMl AtMMIll H ...h A4: M.oAiLmrra. Skwirfs
presented annualassembly
aorrl.lNO CO ..IeLIKNAa vnk nmmimtm. I* >..*t*. 1r, f.M*
,Sf TRYINfl TO HELP' SOMfONl. SERIES! program Tuesday at 9,00ajn. ..4.r ..... .. vlll *..*.. ,In k*..*t*. ik* i NA MCOMC CALL TUB LOCAL POttCB J' and honored U. w. ..r..l M .,..e.I..._ fetl *. ..4 k.** wlllw.11,1. k* .k* -- -
RIGHT AWAY. 8. Presidents .. Ok, rkwM. ..4 mtl ........ .. Hi.I. 4irk .* *t *..k A4mtnll' .l. *fl*I; IIIIIVI'" nOff0110
DON ALL CROWD AT tDG OF ICS /ti:: George Washington and Abraham .... tIS. ..... Itak, rtorM.. Shale *:rt (MM Ikl Illk mmt ml immm ..11111..1111* rmm.*4 kf Ik.*
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I f Mss It. Union, the claw Usch L JliNM M*. ...l.tolrl>* .! 5.1..5 I vki.k II*,. ..L vHI k* 5:11..11/, ,
.. er was In chars of the r*i4 Ikto III .., ml ....,." D Jmmtm 5, H...,,1, I. 1.. ..... sad ,M4 ..Hu.4 ,., Ik* ,.,_.*
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'----:0-" I PAUL JONES -y .*Mi'IMIlM* ..*....
: Of Thank ..... NOTICE or APplIcariN S..5./. .k, .III" ....*.
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(j I wish to thank all our friends NOTira or application vss.0510' .*4 .. ,._. II I- I ,*( Mki" *.
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and relatives for the kindness eon TAN wit NdTlfR I a 4JIVEN. Iktl II* nkto I*. d.t1. ... IMIS, PS.M Mmmtm ....*.**. I......,, It* IC ,..
shown !me during my confinement wTIcR shut UIVEH. lklPWH4 t.w.ml Ik* /. ....' MtllTlMIM "kM I ...... .........
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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1965Pastor's ..



I Inheritors of the Kingdom ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON sraxJaw.dr I Subscriptions .

wIptara-MaMfca.r tl.IS. ----- -
I Corner Suicannee DemocratListed

below are new subscriptions .
and subscriptions renewedto
REV. RAYMOND WHITE the Suwannee Democrat from
February 5 to February 12.
Minister, St. Luke' Episcopal Church

Dr.NEW T. L.SUBSCRIPTIONS Landers. L. O.

Peter C. Oboyskl Oullford.
Bhethren If a man !. over that they felt had been Imposed Conn. I
taken In any trespass, you who on them ,by a spouse, or by the Alfred Bass Branford Iw.

are spiritual should restore him family In general. Some of them .. ... .. .. Marvin Bray, Rt., L. O. .
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LS..I--'! "w I" == L --
In gentleness.. Look
spirit believed that because of
a a par
After Hl.. Jaaua tradu. a direct aiuwar ngardInf TM Hmduiu quaiUon Him rafardIng Now Christ antansle Hla WMmlM SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDE. w!
to yourself, lest you too be ticular trespass they had merited ,atom, JMIU eu_ tha aourca of HIS autllorll,. In- UXMI tha BadduoMi ark about a with a double auaatton. Bcao UwTaould W. Crews Renton. Wash.
tempted. (Galatians 6:1)) a separation from their family, euulnr It to at lid. In tha vivid &an,..... of par- woman with urea hiubaadi: taePlead. not aiuwar without acknowledging -
Mrs. Charles
and regardless of what the family H.drtvM out the 2&I' ablta H.warm of the tarrlbla aonaaqumoM ../. Ilk Whlth.. I* tM STWUfteomnuuidmmt the divinity of JMU th r F. Green L. O.
The commandment to love thy
order to Bach and of thalr aln of unb......' InnjMUnf JMU avoids tai trap withdraw and quaationad Him no Ruby Simonton LodI N. J.
neighbor u thyself Is translatedInto told them, they would not believe abaUIJlre HU. th. Mtatlah who itoad U- with a doctrinal anawar to inch(.... monk Matthew 22:41-4* Mrs. Rozell Mercer, Rt., L. O.
action by this passage, for that they were forgiven. Therear 11;&- for Uunx.MXtnnr 21.24-2214. tlocv-Hatthaw 22:19-tO. GOLDEN TEXT: Mattlww '.::11. J. P. Mobley McAlpin C:
although we continually trespass many people today, not In T. W. Fielding. McAlpin
against neighbor, do not mental hospitals who cannot accept
our we
Ralph N. Carroll
Rt. L. O. 1
_ want to be rejected by him And forgiveness. To be restored In I BeachvilleWe Revival Services At McAlpin MI Club Dorothy L. Peterson, Ventura,
yet, when we have wronged our a spirit of gentleness Is Impos- Calif.
neighbor Is not enough for him sible for them, for they feel that Philadelphia Baptist Holds MeetingThe Mrs. James R. Gamble, L. O.
to forgive us, for we must havea their trespass Is so great that have been having some Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and Revival services will be held at McAlpIn Community 4-H Mrs. Addle Parker, Jacksonville
sign or a token of that forgiveness '- human love Is too Imperfect to good rains lately and farmers son, Wayne, all of Gainesville the Philadelphia Baptist Church Club met February I at the Community Donald E. Pitts. Valdosta. Oa.
to prove to ourselves that overcome it. here are busy working in their were guests of Mr and Mrs. Willie February 21-28 with the Rev Center with 17 members Mrs. Ethel Houck. L. O. tot
everything Is all right again. This attitude may be developedIn fields getting ready for another Beach Sunday Jack L. Stewart, pastor of the present. R. A. Greene Lake City
When as boys we would try to us when we are young children, crop. Rev. Marvin Odom fll1oe1'hla church. In charge of the program. Jerry Wayne KInard gave the Suwannee Auto Parts Co.. L. O. r
settle a hurt by slugging It out,I' and have done something that Is Mr. and Mrs. O D. Beach and I appointment at the Mlkesvllle Services will begin each evening devotional with the pledges to the W C. Lamb. Perry
our parents would separate us and forbidden by our parents. To Oary Beach and Mrs. W. H. Tid- Advent Christian Church Sunday at 7:30: at the Philadelphia flags led by Lawanna Fennell and T. J. Haynes O'Brien
tell us to shake hands and make I' reprimand children out of love< well visited Mr and Mrs. J. J. Mr and Mrs Ray Cannon and Community Center. The church Bruce Ooff.Reports Nicky Tsacrios. L. O. Otto:
up. And there was a tremendous without any punishment does not Bronson of Clermont Sunday andT. 'children of Gainesville were burned recently and all functionsof were made by Nan- Cecil Gamble. R .. L. O. s
easing of tensions as we did seem to be the custom In raising F. Beach who had been visit guests of his mother, Mrs L. J the church are held there until nette Oreene in Junior leadership U.
shake hands. Other ways today: children. It Is difficult for a parent ing there returned with them. Cannon, Saturday. such time as the new building clinic, Olenda Haas on the county More than 2.9 billion dollars
that assure a healed relationship to tell a child not to play Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason and We are sorry that Clyde Odomis Is completed.The council meeting Kitty Connell were spent by the 14.2 million :a
between Individuals are a cup of with matches again that we stll son, Donald, went to Jacksonville on the sick list but hope he will public Js cordially invitedto on the county youthpower tourists visiting Florida
coffee offered and acceptd, or a love him even though he disobeyed '. Sunday to visit Mrs Amos Green lOOn be much better. attend. conference, and Glenda Hass on 1M3. during 1r'I
plate of freshly-made cookies taken us by taking the matches. For of Lake City who Is a patient In Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom visited e the state youthpower conference.Mrs. 'IN'
next door. It Is not enough for In a spirit of love and fear for the the Baptist Memorial Hospital her sister Mrs. Marlon Card Of ThanksWe Fred Haas, adult leader,
someone to say, "I'm sorry," for safety of the child we Impose a with\ a broken hip She is Mrs. Hurst, and family on the Dowllng gave a brief talk on county events N'n
by our nature will Cason's mother and has Park Road last week: end. wish to thank our friends
very we are proneto punishment so that the child many If you were born in
be distrustful and to be suspicious hopefully not do It again But 1 I friends here who hope she will Remember church services and neighbors for the flowers day.Two demonstrations, one by ill:
of anything that Is absolutely know of families that are well- soon be much better. Sunday. Visitors always welcome. food visits and prayers and to Lynn Prevatt on how to make February of an odd- T
free. adjusted, whose children seldom Mr. and Mrs Walter Beach and thank Dr. Dietrich and Kane and coconut macaroons, and one on numbered |g*.
I have worked with patients In have to be punished, where physI- members of their staffs who were how to make cranberry shake by year, renew
a mental hospital who were unable cal punishment is not used and so helpful and kind during the Edith Blanchard. wert presented. your drivers license
to deal with the rejection disobedience is at a minimum. Pine Level I Illness and death. of our loved After playing a Valentine game this month. ...
These parents are not permissive, one. Nat King led by Jerry KInard the meeting
We would also like to thank the
In let children do
that the
they
adjourned.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Crews of Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Hay In Glenn Sumner and
Rer. the Rev
as they please, but they constantly Gary Ooff .U club reporter. Reece BrownCOUNTY
1)St restore broken relationships In Suwannee Station CommunIty Cross City. Robert Calhoun for their thought as
7oto a spirit of gentleness and the, visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holme Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes ful services.
children respond with love and Sunday afternoon visited Mr and Mrs. J, F. Toole The Family of 'I Of Florida's 87 counties 0) are JUDGEIsywr
trust. Rev: Charles Johnson and Friday night Nat King considered pulpwood producers

k666 Our first reaction In a situationIn mother, Mrs. Rosa Johnson of I v _.,.,....... -, ,.,,,....,.. txQ
dinner guests of Mr
Perry were
which we have been wronged
and Mrs. J. F Toole Sunday.

Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes
visited Mr. and Mrs H. M. Moore
IRRIGATION Monday morning. I ; 4;q r
Randall and Wallace Holmes of
Jacksonville spent Saturday with
COMPLETE SYSTEMS Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr .
INSTALLED & FINANCED and Mrs. Harry Lrpper and H1ti'
children visited Mr. and Mrs. W
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: L i. Olive Sunday afternoon.Mr h i ; +
_ DEMING TURBINE PUMPS and Mrs Drew Holmes
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were supper guests of Mr and '
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. Mrs Ernest Holmes Tuesday

S. ELECTRIC MOTORS night ?
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hays spent
UEYNOUDS.".A1AJMINV3NI PVPE-"r _..... ..
y'''! *% n4 Stand'** with '
RACE AND RACE AND ,

SURE RANE FITTINGS may be to strike back; but this 1 Is'' i
not the law of Christ. When 'ie y r r. oI :
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE read or hear of a person who has. f
been caught breaking a law, It I II '
IRRIGATION NEEDS I 9w r"M 'iW' '
common for us to start thinking
c :
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ESTIMATES GIVENGET of ways he should be punished 'Isf .
Nor Is this the law of Christ. For
OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY we\ are to meet these situations in c;

a spirit of gentleness, forgiving 9Q, Kb .
one another, even as we have ., y .
been forgiven. And although ,f 67.Rd" b i eI1111
HACKNEY BROTHERSPhone our
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attempts for reconciliation maybe
752-3161 rejected, because they are unable -
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA to be accepted, there Is no J J h* fit" r 'Pw
lessening of the demands of the 1A' r
commandment upon us. For not v4
FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. only are we to love our neighbor
but It U up to us to do so In sucha 1

Phone Phone 362.2571 manner that reconciliation maybe .1 "L 4 t o y r ,
effected and that a practical
LIVE OAK FLORIDA
and working bond of friendship U
established with our neighbor. I

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The Suwannee Country Club Miss Evelyn: Thomson of Mon alt, of Florida student spent the
was the setting for a Valentine tlcello spent the week end with week end with her parents, Mr.
WOMeN Dinner-Dance Saturday night her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. John Hampton Jr.
given by the Women Golfers of Jack Jones Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Brinkman.Mr. .
the club.A Mrs. Jerry Drane of HUtla- and Mrs. B.W.Helvenston HI.
large white heart framed the burg Miss, Is visiting her par. and P. D. Helvenston Jr. spent
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor club door. ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Rut. the week end in Orlando and
The club rooms were beautifully ledge. while there attended the opera.
decorated carrying out the Val- Miss Candy Hampton. TJnlver"Bmy .
Gul \ Mrs. Winnlfred Hodge Imler
Jackson Mrs.
Mrs. Fairbanks Circle
entine motif. A Urge heart of camellias -
and son Irvin Jr.. of Tallahassee
Hostess For February Hostess Last WeekThe was placed above the n .'M" Elect spent the week end with Mr. and

Four generations of one family Alice Oaventa Circle of toe mantel with greenery trailing 41 Officers At MeetThe Mrs. Gordon Keeling and daughter -
across the mantel shelf. Other
were present on February 10 First Baptist Church met at the Valentine decorations were used "Busy Bees" {-H Club met Martha Rae.
when the Happy Homemakera home of Mrs P. P. Fairbanks last in the room to further carry out February 11 at the Happy Homemakers Mr. and Mrs Jorgen Brorsen
Club met with Miss Ida Jo Harrison Monday. the motif. The doorway betweenthe Club house and Mr and Mrs Willie Howell
county homemakers extension The circle chairman. Mrs. John two club rooms was accented Marty horns gave the devo spent Sunday visiting In Msc-
service agent. Mr*. Marjorie Perry presided over the meeting. with greenery across the top and tional. clenny,
amble attended with her dauglv Mrs. Murrell: Jernigaa. program to one side red hearts hung from The "Busy Bees" Is a new club Oordon Keeling Miss Martha
n. Mrs. Roxie Wadsworth. andgranddaughter. chairman, was in charge of the I the greenery A heart of camelliaswas and officers were elected Leeta Rill Keeling, and Wayne Bran-
Mrs. J. W don program with members taking; placed on table in the other Reed girl's president; Walt Platt. non visited Mrs. Gordon Keeling
putt. Mn. Platt's daughter, Mrs. part. room with other decorations. An. boy's president: Marty Howes, 8r. Sunday afternoon In the
b Valises Bostrlght. presided.A Thirteen 'members and two other table was covered with a vice president: Ellen Dyel, council Madison Memorial hospital
brief discusson on "Window visitor Mrs. Charles Webb, and. pink cloth over which was place delegate; Jessie Mae Landen,I "Whlp' r" Parramore, student
treatments For The Home" was the WMU president. Mrs. J. W. red net and centered with a four wr secretary and treasurer; Jean at the University of Florida.
Klven by Miss Harrison after the Massenglll. present. tapered epergne filled with red llollon. reporter; Don Reed recreation Gainesville, spent the week end
hurt business meeting. U. camellias and lighted red tapers leader: and Leroy Ctwuncey. here with his parents Mr and
Others attending were Mrs.Ethel The dinner tables were overlaid song leader Mrs. WUlard Parramore.
People, Mrs. J. C. Orelner, Ann Parham Circle Met with white cloths and white tap.. County events day was dlstun Mr. and Mrs. Jack White spent
). Mrs. Mitchell Kirkland Mn. ers placed on the tables. med and plans made for nextmonth's Saturday In Thomuvtlle. 0...
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Curtis Gamble. Mrs. Paul King i With Mrs. CaMleberry I Following the dinner a program v demonstration. I where Mn. White J Judged In the
on. and Mrs. Carl Tressler. Mrs. John CssUeberry was hostess a local version of "I've Oot The group adjourned outside artistic division I of the camellia
Mrs. Raymond Jackson served to the Ann Parham Circle of A Secret", was given. Mn. Nor- for recreation. show
a hostess for the occasion. the First Baptist Church last man Protaman presented Randy 1r h nMrs. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Pope of
a. Tuesday afternoon with Miss Mai as Steve Allen and he in w Creen 1lottos! 1<< To Dreweryvllle Va. spent Monday l
tl i :lancer Service Beetle Walt Robinson chairman turn presented the panel. John and Tuesday of last week with
n presiding. Adicki as Betsy Palmer, Harle Hoscninry Demo dub Mr and Mrs. Jack White.
"g Jnit Met Thursday Mrs. Cwtlebemr opened the Brown as Bess Meyenon. and Mrs. Jimmie Green presidentof Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart spent
The American Cancer Service meeting with a prayer. guests panelists were Jeff Me- the Rosemary Home Demontratlon the week' end in Albany, Ga. with
nit held their regular meeting on Mrs. W. M. Illusion assisted Kelthen as Lucile Ball and Nor Club, presided at the their son and dauihter-ln-law\
"ebruary 11 at the horns of the by Mn. H. L. Ooff. Mrs. Tom man Protaman as Dorothy Kill meeting February e. Eleven members Lt. and Mrs. Thomas T. Hart
nice chairman. Mrs. Morgan linden and Mrs. Kirk Oaskin gallen. Appearing as the contestants were present and grandchildren, Kimberly and
tiller with seven present. preJrnt.ec1hit pr'OITamAppb'1nI were Mrs. Harley Brown. Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave a Trammel
The service will meet demonstration "Window Charles Johnson and her
group Christian. Plrnclples" Mrs. WUlard Parrsmore Mrs. on Mrs.
A panel competed ef total talent was the bltbllfht .t a liregram -
lain on March 11. Mrs. Hlngson closed with prayer : John Blua. 8. T McDowell Julian Treatments For Your Home. son Bill a student at Abraham
speniored ky the women golfers at the a..aan.. Country
after which the hostess served Edwards and John Bias. Mrs. The devotional was given by Daldwln College, Tilton Ga, and
Renew Year ) flab last SaUrday nlhi. Members the "I've Get A Secret"aael MeekLWn. Johnson the week end
( SaborrfeUM refreshments. WUton Kane Mrs. Danny B. Mo.H. Mrs Edgar J. A. spent
left te riiht are! Dorothy KUsallrn. Norm rretsmani. Betsy Green and Mrs Claude In Cocoa with Mr Johnson's sonnlaw -
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Crlmon. and Claude Vice were on decorations Mrs. Drown, assisted
he commercial spots Mrs. Frank by Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. and Mrs. Plywood-Cabinet Hardware
1"I&tdJr." displayed posters announcing Danny B. McCrlmon, the entertainment .
L SADDLESBLACK the secret of each contestant committee, and Mrs Tung Oil Paints
Randy Mai the food committee.The .
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PAGE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 19CS
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Muggs and f Skeeter I Membership Drive Underway for The action potential Is here.U here. The need

What Is done depends on each
eu1 ,fill WLL I'M NOT cur r THINK A "b" 60 Now ABOUT "bc6RAMPS'W of us
PIDN76eT ASICIN& OR /SERVES 6OMa 6ET U$& roRAPRCWISEP .
Me A NW AN TNe.ICltu RfGOGNlTION," NEW W/ICEL PoR1ICCL
IF Z 6OTAN W ROLL w No.2great
"A'N AQRNMeTIrr" iKAT!i fl ? s1u faith in this nation and Its
ability to solve every problem that
confronts it
.

No. 3

.a f event he Is a winner. Pint prize
is $1500 In livestock, second place
gets 11000 In animals and the
( ,"f ; third place winner has his choiceof
,
$500 In livestock. The next 20
J winners all receive livestock of a
I value of *100. Total cost of the
: project Is over 15,000 each year.
::1'
A feature of tonight's event will
Up Canada WaySaskatchewan be the showing of the animals
EXPLORER SCOUT each winner will receive. A por
Offers I It .. _._ _. ,,, .,':tI tion of the huge Coliseum will be
-- --- -- -----
Unspoiled roped off and the animals selected
The building above plays a vital part la a membership drive u prizes will be driven into a
Frontier Where Not Much Is Known now In proems by the Live Oak Jayceea. Upon being delivered ring while the name of the winner .
to a members front lawn It cannot be removed until a new member Is being announced.

Washington..;. Any Canadian could answer this rid Is found and his dues paid. It began IU circuit Tuesday afternoon Sheriff Duke McCalllster and
and wheat rocks and uranium?" with the residence of B. Helve-niton ilL (Democrat Phote) hit able staff of food specialistsare
die: "What's flat, grows ,
preparing the beef and pork
The answer is, of course, Saskatchewan. People of No. 1 job must be shared is obvious and barbecue that will be served to
the big prairie-and-wilderness province, which stretches and unfor our growth could well depend on those invited to attend.
760. miles___n__ _north P of Montana and North Dakota complainthat ershlp Is increasing how well we distribute the loador .
tunately for the community many
their countrymen know little accept the responsibility that A man In office is usually appreciated
at the mercy of weather and International of its potential leader are extremely
eke about them.Americana trade. A recession almost busy with their own affairs goes with citizenship In a com if at all. when he gets
know even less,, anywhere in the world affects and find It difficult to break mu lty. out of office.Portable .
though their Interest was stimulated Saskatchewan. away for civic duties. But if this
by the Saskatchewan -
recently community is to grow along desired
political remark There is one tractor for every
premier's wry nine people. Seven out of ten adults paths there must be sacrifices
should ever
If Quebec
that
secede from Canada, which it has I belong to cooperatives. Visible madeReminds.
threatened to do, "We'd have to symbols of the co-ops run the me of what Clarence U [3@V
give consideration to Joining the gamut from grain elevators to Ratllff has said at a number of
United States'Saskatchewan. funeral homes The province hada A CHIAN school meetings have attended
first explored mildly socialistic government "Support us If you can. criticizeif
was
In 1691, but Its prairies, for two decades.Saskatchewan's. you must, but tell us what Is ( Bargain'
]
thick peppering of glacial lakes, citizens tend to better and help us solve the school
and cool green forests make If be extremely self-reliant A former problem," he has said on a number ; f
from ''.
told National Geographic .
the pioneer a of occasions.Seems
still a setting for pioneers, .
writer: "We had to carve have host of armchair
we a
National Cumberland Geographic House,Society founded says in homes and a new life out of the theorists who can solve any *, Cons to Coast 4 I
1774. got electricity in 1958. wilderness Some were so Ignorant problem that develops as long u
Moose Jaw's wood-block paving of horses that they put marks on no physical or mental effort Is Involved
rains the animals to remember where ,
has floated away In heavy
the harness went" < That the community building
has all-weather
Only recently an
highway replaced trails In the Lac -, \
La Ronge region
Many people remember Saskatchewan ay I
's becoming a province in
1905 at the height of settlement
They witnessed the growth of I'J
Regina from a shackandtenttown '
into a pleasant capital city $100
with a skyline Reglna floweringas
a namesake of Queen Victoria NEW
belle its early impression on a
visiting British journalist: "The
Indian name of the spot Is Pile STERLING

too not of Bones utterly aesthetic which utter"There is but suggestive'Reglna' is If Need A Good Salesman? bySMITHCORONA


will be plenty of breath
Ing room In Saskatchewan for a TIll famous fta.... ell portable now offers big extras
long time- to come. The present Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a Ml affke-tise leyboara; Low, low portable. price.
of H4,000 occupies a
-, population places nearly u big u Texas A retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to rub The 1963 Sterling b the Ideal family portable-

Ttato land!Town forms'PaIot the southern
the province. The northern halt U High-speed key-set tabulator
armored with rock out-cropplngs Exclusive
gage-signals bottom
Canadian Shield page page
of the great
Enormous pitchblende depositsin It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman New mar-proof finish Firm erasure table?

chewan the northwest to emerge enabled in the 1850s Saskat-asa who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make all Quick-set margins e Trfmline Carrying Case

leading uranium producer the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every TOUCH Collars

Uranium City, a planned town day. V.. ;:. Maw .... ...w
220 mites from the nearest railhead Ca.: .. Row i..s r''' r
attracted technicians and M" .C-.L'... 11 ....... _
adventurers from all over the Gl'N.Y ...,. '10. ... a.r..::;
world. _...--. .... '
Far North Indiana fell hopelessly It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't 111eteIrJ.. @

In love with Uranium City's make mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory,
taxlcabs No other status symbol
among Indians could top whizzing who found interested customers on short notice, and sold
along Fission Road or Nuclear merchandise
Avenue. An American newspaperman
wrote, "The role which the .
taxicab U playing In the conquestof
the north Is not generally ap If the
merchant
predated rubbed hard he might find a salesman

Economically, despite. steady I who could go right into the home, right into the living room BUILT LIKE AN

turing Increase Saskatchewan In mining and remains manufac a and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of his merchan OFFICE TYPEWRITER

boom-or-bust wheat province, one dise.
PRICED LIKE A PORTABLECLASSIC

Wellborn homemakers l-

Club Met Last WeekThe And that salesman would work at a low wage. That

home of Mrs C. L. Thorn. seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would
ton was the setting for the meeting
of the Wellborn Extension never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always

e Homemakers Club last Monday say just what his employer wanted him to say.
afternoon with. Mrs. Sam Dancyas
hostess. 'LW
Eight members and two visitors

were present Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't producethat
Plana were made for a fish fry
and a rummage tale in the near sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesmancomes

future only in air castles and ,
newspapers. I
Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave an
(
Interesting talk on window treatments 1$125
telling of the kind of

for draperies the' different and curtains type you of win need Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper ;

dows. advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super 181

saleman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman- AH New '
Ebersole Joins Army; that is needed 12
I to put him to work is call a representativeof
Now At Fort Jackson this newspaper at 3621734.
Ernest Ebersole, son of Mrs by SM1TH-CORONA
Mary Ebersole of North Walker __ _
Avenue enlisted In the U. 8. Ar- Hi.... UM subs .U. tfflmf. W to .aa..r POucwarse
my on February S and Is now undergoing b... .... ...a A ,ed ....... n. O.s.I.U V. .. cows .
ClMM l> *4
basic training at Fort SERVING THE LIVE OAK TRADE AREA --.. II I 84 ....... idw Lgs.TM
Jackson 8. C. .... --... .. ......, .......... TIt 5.- I
Private Ebersole: was In the 11th GAllIC it n reics isa A Pal?. .- t.-M. U*
grade at Suwannee High School AMU TW On, U b sac..,.i ...* M. IPaw w'T
when be enlisted -_d......... t7M........... If
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a patient to Hope Haven Hos- 'SIDt fDnaQf\T! hdr .Ldn c-r-. C-

pitch acted to Jacksonville learn that, will he Is be Improt-inter.

surgery
r there tag after last Friday.undergoing. ., McCRIMON'S OFFICE SUPPLY

their C. Howard St. PMS
leD wbO measure pea T r 3CJ.2111
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Three Troop Participate


:!CSb Branford Boy Scout Troop 90 Wins I


SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT 1965 Olympics; Troop 369 Second ./

Three Boy Scout Troops of Suwannee County com
at peted in the first annual Suwannee River Invitational I
Boy Scout Olympics held at Branford on February 8. i
The Olympics, which consisted of physical] fitness activities

ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1965 VOL 80, NO. 40 such as track and field, began Boy Scout Week and Feb. 8 :
was the 53th Boy Scout Birthday I
Ie Scout groups participating were the mile In 3 minutes and 33 sec. t
ce Soil Conservation' Film Branford LosesConference Troop M of Branford host troop I()nd.. P.ulll.11 of 90 came In second !
1eee News From Branford for the event. Troop 388 and I ) and Steve Rushing of 369
Shown At Branford Troop 369. both of Live Oak came in third. In the 100 yard
A soil conservation dash Steve Rushing of 369
nlm. Rain won)
lOa Tilt Troop BO of Branford won the
drops And Soil Erosion, has been In lift seconds Edward Kelly of
INS Olympics with 79
1e By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH furnished for showing this week points. 90 was second and Mike Bruce of
Troop 369 of Live Oak
was run
to the vocational agriculture department To Trenton leg ran third. Edward Kelly of 90
ner-up with 53 points and Troop
In won the 50 yard dash In S 5
st Branford High sec
...IIr. ranford High Branford PTA Last Rites Held School.: lee of Live Oak was third with onds.) Miles leaden of 368 placed
. The Trenton Tigers won the 30 points. On of the main benefits
second, and
Steve
Soil conservation films are. Rushing of 369
ben furnished monthly without Suwannee Conference Tournament of the Olympics was the fine came In third. In the 220 yard
Donor Students Holds In chargeby sportsmanship and scout ..plrlt1I10..n
For outlasting 10 other teams
t. Meeting Georgia the Suwannee River Soil Conservation dash Mark Oranberg of 368 won
Wednes.dry by participating scouts.
In the first round games
a District as a part of its with Drlton Kllpatrlck of 90 second
. Ire Announced The Branford P.TA met Thurs Mrs. Norris educational program to acquslnthigh Mayo: defeated WtllLiton Ribbons, trophies and medal and Mike Rushing of 369
day night In the school cafeteria school students with 15-72. Jasper defeated Jennings were. given away at a special ceremony third.
conservation
ldta Two honor roll* were released with L. C. Davis president pre problems. ...83. and Cross City won over held at the First Methodist The most exciting racing event
aidIn,. During the business meeting Mrs. Either Ophelia Clinkscale Chlefland M-50. In the Thursday
Church Troop JOB'S sponsor and the RIO which
his week by Branford HlthSchool. was relay was won
the group voted to buy a Norris 82. widow of the late Guy games. Lake Butler beat Jasper meeting place. Monday night, .
rk .One listed those who made by Troop 369 Troop 90 was second
memeograph machine for the elementary H. Norris and prominent matronof Trenton beat Mayo 70-41. February 13. Ribbons were given
to he honor during the third si* Hartwell. Georgia died Tuts Housing, Authority ToO.t..o I'I'eO.Ga. and 369 third.
school and voted to Branford beat Greenville 50-43.
to the winners of each event trophies
reek* period and the other cited The following are the events
day, February 9. In the Hart Office .
those who gained honor roll stain donate $1000 to the Stanford Monday and North Marlon beat Lake Butler to the winner and runner .winners and time:
p. for the first semester. Woman Club to help pay renton County Hospital after a short Applications will be taken for 6048. In the championshipgame up and medals to the scouts who One mile 1. Oscar Johnson
tI Those making the semester the movie entitled. The Riddle Frank Illness.R.She Norris was of the mother John of' the low rent houses in the government Trenton edged North Mart I scored the most points during the <90>. 2. Paul Hall . 3. Steve
honor list with all As and the Of The Friendly Stranger to be B. Norris of Lake Branford.City end Dr. housing project In Branford on) 60-53 to win the crown. whole Olympics Rushing (369)) Winning time _
au to which they belong were: ahown to the school children Wade B. Norris of Japer, beginning February 22. The The Branford Hues experleno Oscar Johnson Edward Kelly 1 B minutes S3 seconds.
David Moore and Pat Parker. thruout Suwannee County. The Mrs. Norris war born in Andrr office located In the white project ed cold shooting thruout the and Dalton Kllpatrlck of Troop 100 yard dash I, Steve Rushing .
3: Peggy Ware, II; and Scott movie concerns child molests Won. son County, Anderson 8. C. on will be open from 9:30-6:30: tourney In Thursday's win over 90 tied for the gold medal with (369>, 2. Edward Kelly (90)
Ware *. A report was given by Mrs. Eugene February 2. 1143. She p.m. Monday and will be open at the fired up Greenville team 18 points. Danny Bruce of Troop 3. Mike Bruce (309)) Winning/
On the roll with A* and Bs and UcCall. who attended the sate of Erskine College was a trad and that time every day thereafter Johnny Flssell! was the only eon 369 won the silver medal with time ... 115 seconds.
trades In which they study were: legislative conference In Tallahassee taught school In Anderson and Interested persons can contact slstent shooter getting IT points. 10'H points and Mark Oranbergof 30 yard dub 1. Edward Kelly .
Susanne Murray, Albert 6sndin. > In January Mrs. Glen Hartwell. She was a Life Honorary Frank Norris st the office during Andy Cheney came In strong In Troop 368 won the bronse med lOt, 2. Miles leaden (368), J,
and Amy BUCK 13; Sandra Murray. P.TA hrtorian. presented Member of the Parent these hours the final quarter to get 13 points i.1 with 10)4) points. Bruce was Steve Rushing (369), Winning
atch. 11; Becky Drswdy. Kathy a rounders Day program and Teacher Association, United for the game Darvln Booth paced selected winner of the scout time -- SB second
rtttlth. and Linda Terry 10: the movie entitled. Where Children Daughters of the Confederacy. Funeral Service At the losers with IT points. The spirit gold contort medal for outstanding 220 yard dash 1. Mark Oran
anet RoweU Carol Phillips and Come First. .wu shown. and the Daughter of the A wrl. Dues held a 24-20 halftime lead. scout spirit and sportsmanship berg (368), 3. colton Kllpatrlck
"harlene Suits I; Julia Anna can Revolution of which she Hranford For Webb this was the loriest margin until displayed during the (90), 3. Mike Rushing (369)
=> te. Mike Mclnnls. and Michel Take Vitamin D served u State Regent four times Funeral services for Drnnsrd the last thirty seconds of the Olympics. Troop 90 won the Olympic Broad Jump 1. Edward: Kelly
Walker I; and Jerry Hern- She WU a member of the Colonial Webb 82. were held Monday afternoon game when a basket and foul flag for winning the event (90), 3. Dillon Xllpatrlck (90).
For persons working st night Dames and the French In the Corinth Primitive shot by Cheney moved the game Oscar Johnson of Troop 90 won (Ne I OnUnned *n Page II>)>
Hugenots
and others who are shielded from Mrs. Baptist Church with burial In the cut of reach for the Pirates.In .
Norris was also an active
REPAIR SERVICE sunlight the Ingestion of amall Corinth Cemetery, the semi-final game played
member of the Hsrtwrll Woman'sClub.
amount of Vitamin D Is desirable.
Mr Webb former against the powerful Trenton
a resident of
.
She
war a member of the NOTICE !
Hsrtwell Presbyterian Church Branford passed away Friday, Tigers the Dues fell '''.&8. Murray .
don and Anita Wllkerson. T. where At the time of his death he wu Smith war scoring leader for
she was active in all phases
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
AH A students for the ill weeks of residing Lee. Trenton the six foot three inch
church work until her fin
were David Moon. Suzanne Murray Survivors Include three daugh forward hit for 33 points moat
stroke nine
tON years ago. She was a
and Pat Parker 12; Sandra widely known speaker tars II grandchildren, and 15 of them coming on lay-ups off SARA B. RAWLSTAX
Hatch. 11; and Scott Ware .. She Is survived by two daughten. great-grandchildren. the fast break employed the
On the six week honor roll with Mrs. L. V. Dlckerson of Tigers the entire second _all. COLLECTOR
A and Bs The Bucs made only four field
wen:
HartwcU end Mrs. Jacob II. A. Thank
You NoteI WILL BE IN BRANFORD AT
Jonnyt Kay Bradley Victor goals the entire nut half In 2T
EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE Carter of Lodge 8. C.; five sons
Bradow. Albert Sandlln. and Amy wish to thank all you kind attempts and trailed at that point
Prank R. Norris
RATES Suggs. 12; BUI Terry and Peggy' James Rufus Norris of of Branford Oastonla folks for the cards flowers and 28-18. FUsel! paced the losing Branford Gas & Electric
PICK UP & DELIVERY prayers, they all had with 33
Wan 11; Gloria Davis. Sonja N. C.. Baxter Andrew Norris of a part In Branford team points
All Work Guaranteed Puller. Kathy Griffith. OlendaHaas my rftO"r,. Now that I am home making nine out of ten free throw
Walterboro. 8. C, John K.: Norris
Margaret Kelly. Eddy Roberts of Lake City and Dr. Wade B. I will spend much time reading attempt SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20
JIMMY'S and Linda Terry. 19; Janet Norris ef Jasper; IT grandchildren the card over and over again.A Pliant was followed by Cheney FROM 2.00 UNTIL Si30 P.M.
HowelL Andy Cheney. Carol Phillip special thanks to Rev and Mrs with 13 points.
and three LICENSE TAGS
great-grandchil TO SELL
Hydraulic Jacks and Sandra Terry. 1; Julia dren. Beardtlry for staying with Harold Nest games for the Duel will be

Rout. 1, Box 228 Ann Peach and Mike Mclnnls. I: P'luvrallfnteea were held from during my critical times. I know the group tournament In Mayo PLEASE BRING YOUR 1M4 TAG
BRANFORD FLORIDA and LUsh Beardsley and Anita the Hartwell Presbyterian Church Ood will blew you all. on February Je-21 The first seeded .
REGISTRATION OR TITLEaee..ee.uue.e.e.e.1.a.eu..e..a.nleee.e
Wllkerson. T. Mrs. Harold Saunders flues will face the winner of
on Thursday February 11 Inter
(Paid Notice)
the Mayo-Salem' game
I rent followed In Bilverbrook ___' -
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James B. Daniels I ClaMf naltdlll| Mr Sunday- Jointly- School I WARD FERTILIZER CO. ,


The Fhklls and Golden Circle
;
Funeral Homes Sunday School Class of the
First Baptist Church met Monday OFFERS
night. February eighth, st the .
UVE OAK sad BRANFORD MOM of Mrs. W B. Thomas In
Branford. COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE I

Nine members were present for
Now have two ndicHl patched
oxygen
the meeting. Mrs Glen Mum
equipped ambulance on call twenty. had charge of the devotion. A SPREADER SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION

four hours each day in both Live Oak shed .business Thomas meeting and Mrs.was Murray held.Mrs. Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport, Prompt Delivery Service i

and Branford. fruit eo-hosttea salad for salted the meeting crackers, served and s Credit Term Extended So That Due Date Will Coincide With Cuatomer'i Sale i


.CALL DAY OR NIGHT toffee Card Of Thank. I ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT


362. 3333 935-4100 I wish to thank aO my friends QUALITY PRODUCTS
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for the cards visits sad prayers
during my stay in the hospital MIXED FERTILIZE PREMIUM OR REGULAR BAGGED-BULJC
UVE OAK BRANFORD I would also His to thank. Dr. ANIIYDROUS AMMONIA SEED
Sotalong* and the nurses at the .
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OUR 19th ANNIVERSARY Ward Fertilizer Company of Hranford offer to the farmers and people of the Huwannee River Valley

many benefit because it I It a locally operated plant. The concern ,It managed by local people, men who
know the people of the Suwannee Klver area anal their problems.

5 Cash Discount Sale Ward Fertilizer Company' product art mad for the toll of the Suwannee River Valley by peopU
% who know these soil from both study and experience. Th. Company will also !mix fertilizer for the

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; The Company pay Use locally, bearing a burden that other would have to pay if the plant wa i

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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1965 : TI
PACE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I _


Major Howes Is Decorated Florida FarmProducts WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT I :

OF THE I =

I w : Sales Suwannee Valley Livestock Market .1JI


I Near New High Last Wednesday. February 10, for $1300-$15; utilities brought
cattle sales at the Suwannee Valley $1100-$1400; and Inferiors went
To The Editor right time to Improve, if not Increase Florida farm products sold for Livestock Market were down for 00-110.25..
Suwannee Democrat our livestock. Then we $796 million during the first nine from 185 to 183. Good calves sold at $1473.
Live Oak, Florida had the sad experience of Hurri- months of last year, well on the Trading was moderately active $17.75 with one going at $21.oo.
Dora that havock to billion dollar total for Standards and utilities
cane played way a slaughter sold for
Just about a year ago, I wrotea with little demand for
with most all of us In the county the full year, a record volume, the good for feed- $1400-$1750 and 1275-$1550 respectively -
letter of thanks In the Demo- classes, and fair to
of Com-
and more so with the merchants, Florida State Chamber with a few around 175 ,
crat for the award bestowed on us er-stocker grades.All
who to a great extent do the fin merce stated In Its Weekly Bust- IDS. up to $1875. Inferior went
of eight Hereford heifer. On this t w classes were few
slaughter Oscc
ancing of the program, and last new Revelew releasd yestrday. for $1000$1475.Hog .
anniversary, my wife and I wishto w weeks.Feederstocker .
both
total was in one or
but not least, the apathy and 'This nine-months sales for the day totaled
again express our appreciationto feeling of uncertainty that exist made up of $618 million for the steer were steady 679 compared with 706 last week
all whom in some form or an- I while heifers
;
level, of vegetables, to $1.00 lower
In a general election year tale, at farm Mixed grades 180-210 lbs barrows
other had a part In and contributed to strong. Cows 118:
Yet, In spite of the above diffi- fruits, field crops ornamentals, were steady and gilts sold for $1700.
to make the awards possible 1.00 higher with fhWE,
I to $
culties, the industrialists, merch- and flower and $178 million for moved steady 210-240 lbs sold for $1704. 240-
Of course we cannot speak for the poultry and calves $1.00 to $200: lower ;
sheep
ants, professionals, and others, cattle hogs 270 Ibs went for $15.50. 160-180
other winners, but as for ourselves three-fourth of the
of livestock: products More than Mr
continue to finance the project all kinds I Ibs. sold for $1633.: 140-160 Ibs
we still are Just as happy feeder-
Florida cleared to the
with 1983. supply Mr
thus demonstrating faith in the "Compard went for $14.30; 100-120 Ibs sold
and appreciative as In that me- cent accounts while one-half
sales last year were 23 per stocker sot-
cooperation of all the farmers and for $1430; with 80-100 Ibs
morable .night, and, I venture to 'of total calves. also
for this they should be commended higher because of the freeze-cur the were going for $14.30. tit:
say that the heifers are probably tailed In 1983. Nationally:: Standard slaughter steer sold r.
I for THANKS.I crop
and one say: Most sows 180-600 Ibs. sold for
Just as happy: one has already of Mr. sale! dropped one per cent during for 11575-11875 while utility rietee<
sincerely trust that the com Abilene, Tex. Major Howard L. Howes (CLem.) ton $1250-$1400. while one boar
calf and others
dropped a three .
.00-5.00.
"
ing year will be a year of 100 per and Mrs. Harry L. Howe of Live Oak I* decorated with the U.S. Air the same period. steer brought brought $7.00.Medium .
have theirs the
will probably by "In addition to ales, Florida Standard heifers sold for $15.75118.60 .- bet
cent cooperation between the Medal his retirement ceremonies at and good feeder
Commendation daring
Force pigs
time this comes off the press and, farmer had about $50 million In with utility heifers a'
by the end of March all are due farmers and the supporters of the Dyes AFB, Tex Major Howe was awarded the medal for meritorious of such 45-100 Ibs, sold for $1400-
made bringing $135011900.One
last up ,
project, after all this is the kind unit credit year "8.110 with those
Command weighing 110- elJ
Tactical Air
service navigator with
to calve. a* a a the value of products high tanner sold for $1100
Items as
of leads
that to
cooperation a 140 Ibs. for
How many new farmer have betterment for all, bcause it Is at Dyes prior to his retirement. A graduate of Ocala Illf School, consumed on the farms, rents an4 while cutter and utilities brought going $15J0-$18 a ranmu
behind Livestock Major Howes received his B.S. degree from The Citadel, Charleston .
Joined to get the done by the citizens of the county, government subsidies $1050-11350
Promotion Program I am not In a in the county and for the county, S. C The major, who ha more than tl yean military duty, "Receipts are only ose side of I A few canner and cutter bulls Hamilton Sing Will wit
position to know, but I do know and, these are the things that erred In the Faclflo Theatre of Operation during World War II. the farmer's ledger. Unfortunatelyfarm sold for $10.25-SI2.00. Ita
however that progress has been make you feel proud of when accomplished lie Is alto a veteran of the Korean Conflict. Major Howe wa production expense have A few good calves went at Meet With CorinthThe lOt
made, particularly in the field of commissioned In ute through the aviation cadet program He and Increased too. The latest Florida! $1975 while standards sold for Hamilton County Sing we

Improvement no matter how you hi. wife rhjllliudaughter of Mrs Earl P. Aldlnger of Charleston, figures on expenses are for the $1500-$18iO Convention will meet with Cor- heiscr
look at It or how you Judge It, it MANUEL FERNANDEZ now make their home In Live Oak Colonel Gordon Duncan, year 1983 and show an 18 per Good feeder-stocker steer sold inth Baptist Church February 21
has benefited the county and will Rt 3, Live.Oak Florida 516th Troop Carrier Wing vice commander, Drew, officiates (U.S. cent Increase In five year*. Sale for $18.00-$17.50; standards went according to an announcementmade falat
continue to do so. u gained 8 per cent during this for $1300-$14.50; with utilities this week by Ray Burnett
Air Fore Photo)
Thursday night, we celebratethe 1859-83 period and came to $530 going for $l3.00-$14.00; and Inferiors president of the group. ani.
first anniversary and will Berry Alumni Will million In the latter year." 10751175. Corinth Church Is located 14 1eft

mark the start of another year Meet News And Activities From Good heifers went for $1475- miles south of Jennings and three l
of the five year project. It Is TuesdayA 'MI Clover Club $1725; standard sold for $13.00- miles north of U. 8. Highway 90 fayel

hoped that the sailing will not be meeting of the alumni of THE RECREATION CENTER $1460; with utilities going for between Madison and Live Oak
so rough and so full of hardships.If Berry Schools, Mount Berry, Oa, Held February Meet $1300-$1400; and Inferiors for n cat
we examined the course of the will be held Tuesday evening at Thursday February eleventh, UO.IIO-'11.75. 1M
past year we can easily find that 8:00 p.m. In the Conference Roomat I By ROY SULLIVAN, Director the 4-H Clover Club met with Standard and good cows sold (Office SuppUe at McCrimoo'il)
we had a rough and rugged road; Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative nine member and three adults
first we had and still have to cer- Inc. Commercial Bank was winnerof The Invitational tournament for present.
tain extent a very depressed live- Recent movies of the campus the title in the fifth and sixth seventh and eighth grade teams Sue Base gave the devotional
stock market which has causedto and school activities will be grade basketball league operatedby scheduled for Lake City last week the pledges were led by Mac Todd Thank You.
department called off when it failed to .
discourage rather than encour- shown. the local recreation was and Sandra Abercrombie.
age participation In endeavor Play ended Monday night gain sanction from the Florida Routine business was discuss 5'a
any An Invitation I* extended to all For Attending Our Grand Opening 5'I.
towards livestock promotion, although alumni and friends of Berry but the title came to the bank High School Athletic Association ed. .
as I see It any time Is the School to attend this meeting. team following Its win over Su- Live Oak was to play at Madison Clarence Crowe gave a demonstration *
wannee Laundry last week Tuesday at which time a return on making lamps and PRIZE WINNERS WERE _
Suwannee Laundry was the game here will be arranged. how to take care
Wally weaver on
only team in the league to win Members of the Florida Sheriff I of a cow.Sandra. FIRST PRIZE-House Plant In Redwood Tab
Mrs Bernard Galhrie, Mayo
over the Commercial Bank squad Boys Ranch Council visited the Abercrombie gave a re-
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick and In four games played the Recreation Center Saturday, February port on county council meeting SECOND PRIZE Artificial Arrangement
teams were even, each one had 13, and cleaned all windows Jenny Ross read the evaluation Mr. J. I. Dunn Live Oak
Veneer One two wins at the site Members of the coun- 4-H
or Two Baths check list for the outstanding TIIIRD PRIZE-Orchid Corsage
cil are Mike Edwards, president,
Final league standings were: award Mn. Sam It.". live Oak
FHA or CONVENTIONAL Won Lost Raymond Cordyell. Blair Clayton, It was announced there wouldbe
James Early, Jimmy Pitcher, and
Commercial Bank 10 t the last chance for demonstrations
FinancingSMALL Suwannee Laundry 9 1 Ronnie Williams before county event day FAYE'S FLOWERSJ.
DOWN PAYMENT Cheek Drug S" Missing Items of wearing apparel next monthSelfrighteous.
Kent's A&W 0 IS left at the Coliseum and the U.
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. Center have been turned In and people often one R. and FAYE CASON
Post season basketball activities may be securd by identifying at their reputation to the lack of West Howard 8t. n... Stt-lt
SELECT YOURS NOW this week were game between the Center. temptation.
_.. _. local fifth and sixth grade teams
Contact fI -H
p Tuesday and Wednesday.
Awards will be handed out and

W. G. MULLINS picture taken Friday February
19. at the Coliseum and will be

Phone 362.2057 followed by a basketball carnival,
r the events of which will not be
announced until the affair begin

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, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. PACE ELEVEN j jI


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Garden Roan Here and There : j Donna Hicks Feted

I i (9/9.m: Yt.e6t = Met TuesdayTen I. > "': .,), On Third Dirtlulay

members were' present Mrs. c. L. James and daugh .. t. ,: ., i Donna ii daughter of'Mr td hrMrt
Tuesday morning when the Executive ter. Mrs F. I. Sewed of Jackson: t. ";f< I and Mrs Daniel Hicks of Lake
Board of the Live Oak ville spent last week with Mrs. ,I City, was given a birthday party
WOMeNCLARA Garden Club Inc., met at the James daughter Mra. W. W. .,. Saturday afternoon at the homeof
home of the club president, Mrs. Powell. In Tampa, and her son- I her paternal grandmother.Mrs. .
Lawrence Lee.A in-law and daughter. Mr. and ( J, L. Hicks, to celebrate her I,
letter was read from Pomeroy Mrs Fred Yaxley, In Ruskin. third birthday.
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Carter, Superintendent of the Advent While then they attended the The table was overlaid with a P
Christian Home In Dowling Florida State Fair In Tamps. lace cloth over pink Centering
Park, saying that they are landscaping Mrs. James and Mrs. Sewed were the table was a heart shaped cake: s
Mr. And Mrs. Wilson Feted With ReceptionOn their 30 acre: campus and accompanied:: to Tampa by Wiley J embossed In pink and white with
would appreciate: any shrubberythe Bird and Mrs. Gentry James. pink baskets of Valentine candy
Their Golden Wedding AnniversaryMr. club could give them. encircling the cske: The baskets 41

and Mrs. Mabry Wilson were honored with are. Mrs Warren Nobles, Mrs. Hsr- Junior Club limes balloon., and horns were given
ry Ellis, and Mrs. Williams Hicks:
ception in observance of their fiftieth wedding anniversary each guest
until were voted Into the Azalea Circle.: School Official I Mrs. Dean Lewis aunt of thehonoree
Sunday afternoon, February seventh, from two ,
Mrs. Phil Townsend finance
8r.
five o'clock at their home in O'Brien. Hosting the affair Leroy Bowdoln. Supervisor of assisted In serving.Present .
chairman,
were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wilson, Mr. and reported on the Suwannee County Schools; O. H were Susan Jones,
chicken to be
by
sponsored
Mr. and supper Rutledge, Supervising Principal of Wends Ann Lewis Frank Dutch
Mrs. Calvin Wilson and
Mrs. Herman Carlson all of Jack- was filled with yellow fruit punch the Osrden club on Club March circles 18. will meet Live Oak Schools; and John lIt Angela Futch Michael Me-
sonvllle and R. E. McKee of this to further carry out the Golden Friday afternoon at the following Johnson. Principal of Sunannee Crimon Burt McCrlmon, and \
theme. High School were guest speakers Danny Hicks brother of the hone e
Anniversary
: homes: Mrs. George Allen will be
city.Mr.. Wilson Mrs. Julian Mrs. Cal- at the meeting of the Live Oak oree.
and Mrs. were married Wilson. hostess for the Azalea Circle: Mrs a.
on February seventh nine- yin Wilson and Mrs. Herman Osmond Palmer the Camellia Circle Junior Woman's Club Thursday
.
teen hundred and fifteen at Well Carbon cut and served the cake and Mrs. Ralph Cox the Dogwood night Mr. Johnson acted as moderator
; Mr. Rutledge told the club Edward Howell I Jr.
born and have made their home and poured punch.:
at O'Brien for the past forty-two The buffet held a large gold The Circle.Redbud: Circle will meet members about the school situation tweed BRIGHTLY' suit by Dublin colored dsslgner.Raymond Irish Mr. and Mrs Edward Howell L I i iTRULY
and school accreditation
today
year bowl filled with yellow chrysanthemums the fourth Tuesday night at the and Mr. Kenna. Sleek double announce the birth of a son, Frl- i
what It means.
and Above the day, February 12. In the Plnevlew
In the living room was an arrangement mums. home of Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr.I Bovdoln discussed Integration breasted long Jacket rides easily
of yellow gladioli buffet was a white banner with with Mrs. Wendell Lewis and Mrs. over the box-plcal.d skirt General Hospital Valdosta, Oa.
mums chrysanthemums accented: the numbers "SO" centering the Jack Oarrett aa hostesses. Following the talks a question The baby has been named,
with cold ribbon bows In a white banner and tied with gold rib a and answer period was held. James Edward Howell Jr.
standard. Directly behind the bona. Mrs. Warren Tedder presented, Mrs Howell Is the former Mill
Miss McCall the speakers to the club. MrsRutledge Mr*. :Mill Golf JoAnne Powell.
sofa where the honored couple Georgia kept the :Mrs. Johnson Church
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.V. .
were seated was a large white guest book. Winner Friday a.
Circle Hostess :Monday J. Smuts, president of theWoman'
heart with the numerals &. Inscribed Miss Brenda Barnett Miss Janet The Women Golfers met at the
In lold. Oold streamers, Howard Miss Connie Humph The Barbara Smith Circle of Club of Live Oak were club house Friday for their February Ileiuly For Hutu
falling from the heart were tied rice and Miss Judy Humphries the First Baptist Church met club guests. business and covered dish An attractive and handy fashIon FEMININE dinner
During the business session presided and dance dews Of soft, svrlrt-
at each end and held by bronce opened and displayed the gifts. Monday night In the home of luncheon: meeting which was fol. accessory for rainy days Is a
Mrs Al Wilson Mrs Batln bodice
over by Inr silk chiffon:
angels. Approximately two hundred Mrs. Franklin Johnson with Mrs. lowed by golf tote bag for shoes with an accompanying
Neel Cannon and Mrs. Parka la accentuated by the largo
The refreshment table was or- called during the appointed hours. James Long, chairman presiding Mrs Print Futch Br., presidedover small umbrella that
Into the clubas Skirt la full
Johnson were voted neckline bow
erlald with a white lace cloth. The AU the Immediate family attend. Mrs. Paul Byrd' opened the the meeting. slides Into a side pocket on the
members. Mrs. Dill\ How- eircls
new
four tiered cake was embossed In ed. Among those were Mrs Wil meeting with prayer followed A "Ringer" tournament was bag.
yellow and green, cresting the son's brother, Israel McCall. sis with the devotional by Mrs. Tom land hostesses reported and Mrs.on the 8. C.hospitality Sullivan started which: will continue until More heat will be reflected Into
cake was a miniature bride and tern Mrs. Bob Thomas of Brook. Abercromble. Each circle: member the neat
meeting date, March 12
Mrs. Clyde and Mrs.Louts
o nSunland. Mrs. Danny B. Me- Dempsey a room If you thumb-tack a pleaof
groom. The cutglaas punch: bowl er. and Miss Georgia McCall. Mr.Wllson'a gave a sentence: prayer Crlmon gave a report on the For the days play Mra R. p. Mills C. Wadsworth were hostesses heavy aluminum foil behind
listen Mrs. P. E. Register Committee reports were given 'I
received
the
I Mothers March. The club also prises. for the meeting. the steam or hot water radiators.
of Jacksonville and Mrs. C. L. and community missions for the
DO YOU HAVE AN Fort of Oklawaha.: brothers, T. D. month announced as visitation voted to supply the Nettle Bale-
den School with Crayons pencils,
Wilson of Branford and Pasco: The program chairman. Mrs :
Alcohol Problem? Wilson of Jacksonville, and their W. R. Howes, presented the pro. papers and other Incidentals
five grandchildren Butch Wilson gram entitled "Applying Chris- Mrs. George R. Day remindedmembers
We now have in Uve Oakan
Hat Sale
of the Spring
Jerry Wilson Sidney Wilson Uon Principles\ Assisting with .
AA Group ready to to be held on Thursday, February
Marsha the
Wilson and Michael. program were Mrs Elisabeth:
help II the club house from I 00
you. Carbon all of Jacksonville. Howell Mrs. Hums Taylor Mrs. at
WRITEP. Jima Long. Mrs. Paul Byrd. and a m. until 1,00 pm.
O. Box 591 Mrs. Tom Abercromble.: Mrs. C. T. Balsden was named
chairman of the nominating committee .
Salt Silks At the close of
Pepper the meeting refreshments NOTICE
LIVE OAK with Mrs. BIU Howttnd
Salt and were served by the ,
pepper silks are being I
OR CONTACT YOUR and Mra. Arthur Lawrence to :
used In walking-Jacket spring hostess to the seven memberspresent.
Physician or Minister serve with her. Mrs. Wilson appointed
suits, crisp early spring dresses,
Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. as
worn with black hats.
patent chairman of the by-lsws commit.
:\In. Hritu Club tee and Mrs. W J Winburn Jr..

lIo..lt'Mli (.It.t Work Lewis Mrs. Tom to serve Moore on, and the committee Mrs. Drsn Property OwnersIn

The Goodwill Club met Tuesday I Mrs. Smuts announced that the
afternoon February sat the Woman's Club would hold a fish
WINA home of Mrs Phil Brim. fry at the school cafeteria on
i Mrs. Marthst Kellogg and Mrs. February 31.
'Jess Brown received prises for A Valentine motif was carried
Two-WEEK the games played. out for Thursday nights covered
FASHION FUNG TO Mrs. Kellogg will be hostess far>> dish supper and business meeting

\- PARISAND 'I the Februsry 21. meeting. van Hostesses chairman.were Mrs.Mrs 8.Reginald C Sulli compliance with the provisions of Section

Anthony Nelson. Scott! Jr. Mrs. Mattox Ward,
THE Criag Mrs. Douglas Cheney, and Mrs 12 5592 Laws of Florida I will be
Mr. and Mrs. B. G Nelson an- Jim Hsddon.llalloou Chapter at
nounce: the birth of a son on February e e
RIVIERAFOR fifth In the Ptneview Gen
seal Hospital. Valdosta Oa loclf'1 the following precincts at the time designatedfor
TWO... PLUS The baby has been named An. Try Inflating a penny balloon
many Crlsg Nelson' and weighed to the else of beb,'. head and use

$500EXTRA six half pound ounces and eight and one bonnets It as a form after for they drying are his washed wool the purpose of receiving tax returns on

Mrs. Nelson' is the former Miss' When dry they are smooth and
SPENDING MONtrt! Dobbt Nobles' of this city I -blocked": to sis. and other
personal
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NATIONAL CONTEST I AUCTION

MONDAY MARCH 1, IOU
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I Prepares lilt Own Meal O'Brien Church Women Annual Valentine ring Jump 9 feet I


Sp ;; YOUR ,. .. .. ,.. Fete Home ResidentsThe Banquet Held Feb. 9 (369)Discus. 2. -Miles 1. Peaden Danny Brabham(368). 3. I

HALTH..J members of the W.MU., The annual Valentine sweetheart Danny Bruce (369).

-\0\ .. Y.WA., and the GA. of the Firs banquet was held February 440 yard dash 1. Gary

:!t. M / Baptist Church of O'Brien went 9, in the Educational Building of Brown (368). 2. Olen Johnson

By LESTER I* COLEMAN, M.D. x6i ,it to Dowllng Park Saturday night, the First Baptist Church in Bran- (90). 3. Russell Bam (90). Winning -

February 13, and gave the residents ford. Theme for the banquet was, time 69 seconds.
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Hopeful News In Medicine of the nursing home a masked magic. As guests arrived Shot Put 1. Danny Bruce
Valentine part given masks to wear
they were (369). 2. Oscar Johnson (90). 3.
The young people sang for the until everyone unmasked. Mark
THE sciences of engineering ulated and transmitted to a residents of the Home while the The Banquet Hall was decorated Oranberg (36$). Winingthrow
34
and have combinedto device for the final and feet 9 Inches.
meteorology printing adults prepared the refreahmnta to carry out the Valentine 880
make another valuable contribution complete report to the doctor. The young people served the invalids motif. At the entrance a white (90)yard. 3.dash 1. Oscar John

to medicine and BUT This experimental computer and gave all residents a floral arrangement with red son Mark Granberg (368).
3. Mile
I Peaden (368).
to be reliable
gery. system appears Valentine. hearts was placed. A white tree
National of and will be and Pole Vault 1. Oscar Johnson -
At the Institutes soon a rapid Those attending Mrs. T. and bore
were was placed on the piano
Health in Bethesda Md., a hug dependable advantage to physicians ; (90). 2. Delton Kllpatrick
J, Fletcher Sr., Mrs. Grover Fort, red hearts with Valentine verses
(90). 3. .
Joe Fletcher ((90). Winning
and their
dome-shaped operating room for patients
Mrs W, H.
Anderson. Charlotte written on each heart. The long ,
and S e e jump 7 feet
cardiac neurological surgery
Fletcher, Christine Corbin with
Carolyn guest table was covered
880
Relay 1, Troop 369.
3.
was specially Reveal Other Causes i Corbin Glenda Corbin, Carolyn white linen cloths ivy, and red
90. 3
designed Troop Troop 368. I
Tender bleeding Scarborough, Kathy Fletcher and camellias were placed
gums are pink .
to keep the air The Olympics were termed
often blamed on ill-fitting den and Mrs T. J. Fletcher Jr. down the center of the table*. a
free of germs. success and will expand next
tures. A recent study Indicates, Individual card tables covered year
This brilliant. to
more troops. Over 200 people
however, that this obvious explanation white cloths used to
I" )yC0ncelvedand .JI Mrs Townsend Bridge with were witnessed the event and 49 scouts
I executed may not be the only Hostess seat guests. At one end of the participated. The Olympic were

cause Wednesday trellis placed,
arched was
engineering sys room an opened with the pledge of alllegi-
Dr. George S of r rv and red camel llw.
Sharp Mrs S. L. Townsend entertain. entwined with ivy
tern providesblanket a -- --- -- once to the American Flag, anda
of cool: dena, Calif, studied, a long ed the Wednesday Afternoon Cupid heart and magic pedal opening

:Dr. Coleman circulating air series of casts of bleeding gums, Eaiboa, Canal Zone Staff Sergeant Adrian W. Jernlgan. Bridge Club last week at her home black hat with red heart decorated Leon D. Hatch president message of from the

Cooled, proc He found that (in many instances' ,- son of Mr. and Mr. C. W. Jernlgan of Live Oak!, prepares a meal near Branford. A Valentine motif the wall of the room.A Branford Area Men's Club (Troop

cased ajr} enter* thrgugh/ duct: line cause was associated l- during the final phase ef training at the U. S. Air Force Southern was carried out. mystery was solved during 90'i) sponsor) and chairman of

at the top and slowly descends, with the intestinal tract Command (USAFSO) Tropic Survival School at Albrook AFB, Playing bridge with Mrs. Townsend the banquet when Kathy Griffith the Troop 90 committee.

becoming warmer and warmer and the liver. Canal Zone. Sergeant Jernlgan received training In escape and were Mr*. Lois Simon Mrs and Doyle Bell were crowned The following the individualcored
At a meeting of the American evasion D. L. Fulgrum. Mrs. T. D. Minter queen and king. Mr and Mn are
as it approaches the floor. Here techniques and Jungle survival at the school which supports point:
Dental Association, Dr. Sr.. Mrs. W. R. Hill /Mr Charles D. Williams Jr.. were
the warm air is rapidly re the USAFSO Command mission of administering special Edward Kelly (90) i*.
Sharp suggested that greater Fred Jones, Mrs. R. a Griffith, chosen by the young people as
moved by exhaust fans, taking and Air
training Force military assistance programs to Latin Delton Kllpatrick (90) I*.
attention be paid to the pa. Mrs. W. B. Thomas, and Mrs. A. their favorite couple.
with it the germs accumulated
tent's general condition in evaluating American countries. A rescue and survival specialist at Stead Oscar Johnson (90) 18.
In its downward Jack Phillips. Taking part on the program
journey. gum problems. AFB, Nev. he will return there upon graduation from the Albrook Mrs. Fred Jones won the prize were Suzannee Murray, Lynda Danny Bruce (369) JO%.

Engineers Pleased Diet A Factor course The sergeant Is a graduate of Snwannee IIIh SchooL Ills for high score arid Mrs. Phillip Bailey Doyle Bell, James Cran- Mark Oranberg (368) 10}..

The engineering1 architectsare wife, Linda, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kirby, South won the fun prize. ford, Patty Fletcher and Mr. and Mile Peaden (368) tS:.

delighted by the statement Raw, dry and painful gums Ohio Avenue, Live Oak. Heart shaped cakes with whipped in. Leon Hatch.Fortynine Danny Brabham (369) 1%.
of Dr. Robert M. Farrier, a DI- are frequently an evidence of and Steve Rushing (369) T.
health cream, coffee, nuts and mints young people
rector of the N.I.H. He said, some general or nutritional Gary Brown (368) Oft.
were served to the guests. their leader attended the ban
"We have had no infections problem. Active treatment Branford Personals quet. Mike Bruce (3C9) 31&.

traceable to this operatingroom. with medicine, rigid diets Olen Johnson (90) 3.

." More than 300 heart and diet supplements were Baby Barn Russell Bun (90) 3.

and neurological operations found to be more effective than Sergeant Major Harold Barley guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Mr. and Mrs. Odell Barns of No.1 Paul HaD (90) 3.

have already been performed in direct treatment of the gums who has been stationed In Germany Lord. Branford announce the birth of 3. Danny Bruce (369) Wnnlng Don Allen (309) 2%.

the new amphitheater.The themselves. The two must go for the past three year returned The Rev. and Mrs Michael a son Sunday February 14, in jump 16 feet, 3H Inches. John Hill (90) 2.

new purification methods hand-In-hand with each other. home last week. Mrs. Bax Lord visited Rev. Lord's parents the Lake Shore Hospital in Lake High Jump 1. Delton KB- Tony Cameron (age) I y..

five an added thrust to the ultimate Dental surgeons are actively Icy, who has been with her mother the Rev. and Mrs Hugh Lord, City The baby weighed t Ibs.7ft Patrick (90). 2. Edward Kelly Joe Fletcher (90) 1. I

objective of attaining aware that symptoms in the Mrs Nellie Jamerson for the Monday and Tuesday of last week. ozs. (90). 3 Danny Bruce mil). Win- Mike Rushing (369) L

complete freedom from, contamination mouth, gums and teeth some- past few months due to the illness
times reflect far ,
In" operating rooms distant condtions. and death of her father, will
,e It is for this reason that
4 J Join Sergeant Baxley at his new
dentists and physicians combine FOR SALE
An assembly line arrange. their station, El Paso, Texas I
knowledge for the ultimate
ment can now analyze samples Mrs Annie Hall Is a patient In

of blood through an elaborate patients.These health. of their mutual the Lake Shore Hospital In Lake ,FOR SALE New and used

IBM computer system 'I City. piano. Frier Music Co. North

Ten Different Tests I columns art designed Mrs Robert Fletcher, Mrs. IRon Ohio Ave. Live Oak. 363-31(1.
to relieve
your lean about, Hatch, and Mn. Wllene Car. tail It
The blood' is brought to the health through a better understanding Sale Real Estate _
For
ver were business visitors Gainesville FOR RENT, -
I automatic analyzer in a small of your mind and body LITTLE ADS 'FOR SALE: rises tar

f test tube on a conveyor belt. All the hopeful new advance. Friday. paunin guaranteed not to leak I
Mrs. R. O. Griffith, Mrs W. R. A nice house for sale and a nice
Ten different types of tests RESULTS
are it medicine reported here are BIG FARMS HOUSES: OU1 Brown Motors. cdjj tf
rapidly made on the blood known to doctors everywhere, Hill, and Mrs. Fred Jones attend.ed 3-bedroom place for rent. Call ACREAGE LOTS

ample. Your individual medical( proll.l a Woman's Club meeting In BUT-SELL EXCHANGE 383-2935 or 983-3743. eaJJ tf FOR BALE: Tobacco plant

When the '.arts are completed,, l ihould be handled by your Perry Wednesday. PAUL A. BYRD Hick N. C. 93, Government in-

the results Mr immediately tab. ton doctor. lie know yon: belt. Mr and Mrs H. S. Sherwood Whatever the purpose you win FOR RENT Space for mobile Registered Real Estate Broker ipected. Can 363-1069. Ray-

(C IHf, King Fell( utt 5yu4ictt, Lie ) Mrs. Peggy Emmltt. and Mrs find Democrat classifieds do, home Plenty of room. Nice OFFICE:: 400 8. Ohio Ave. mond Jackson pdJJ 36.10NOTICE
of Atlantic Beach spent and well.
Donder the job quickly
and clean. Good well water. Phone 362.1389LIVE
Sunday with Mrs. Lois P. Williams : Someone in this area
Lake for fishing and swimming.Morgan' OAK. FLORIDA
and to assume payment on 19(4
I Mulch Planting System Said Tommie family Sessions, son of Mr, DEADLINE FOR INSERTIONI Trailer Park. US 90West Bay and BeU With Confidence Zigzag. Make button bole*.
Live Oak Florida. Phone cab] U
Tuesday
,* P.M. -
and Mrs L. A. Sessions spent several : 3(3-3018. pcfd 19-19 monogram sews on button,
IJ days last week as a patientin no credit needed (3800 cash orS
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS
New Method Corn Yield Increase
I the Suwannee County Hospitalin word, with a payment ef $700, Call budget -
JVi' cents per FOR RENT 3-bedroom downstairs FOR SALE! manager collect Jackson
Live Oak.
i Corn yields in Florida continue followed by bedding disk which R. M. Chandler Is a patient In minimum .f '..H. apartment and 1-btd 10 ACRE FARM fenced. 3-bed sills EL: 31231. pdbj 38-41

to increase through use of fertilizer throw the soil away from the furrow the Suwannee County Hospital In (All classified mast be paid bt room upstair apartment. Call room home, 2V4 mile from'Uv

and Improved management to the middle between the advance., ) 383-3308. cajj tf Oak FOR BALE TREES: Peach

practice. Another method ofplanting Live Oak. (May Gold and Suwannee).
Mrs Robert Fletcher and son ONE WEEK FREE I
l' promise to contribute row.The attached to 40 ACRES: WOODLAND pear plum. fig pecan, dogwood I
planters are
and Mrs Thelma Atwell were Clasclfled ordered for five FOR RENT 3-bedroom fumlahed
(i!1 even higher yield. the frame and plant the kernels business visitors Valdosta Mon weeks, ran the lost week free. house at Suwannee I ACRE HOMESITE: highway redbud. pine. Chinese elm.
Experiment by Dr. W. it;. Robertson magnolia, and Japanese purple ,
in the bottom of the furrow.
for t* word Spring Apply at 207 Helven frontage
f' Associate Soil Chemist day.Mrs. | .*. will pay a magnolia FRM Feed 8t.cn.1\
: Thus tillage and planting are Noah Lamb and children advertisement for five weeks ton St. or phone 303-339. /,
R. W: Up comb. Associate Agronomist MODERN 3-bedroom home, brick phone 3(3.3119. pdJJ 34-40
performed in one operation. of Ashburn, Ga., were week end Use Swannee Demeerat Classified eajjtf
: and W. O. Blue, Biochemist nice location term
r Another feature of the mulch for Proven RenlU. veneer FOR BALE: 1 90 John Deere
of the Agricultural Experiment planter U, when the furrow U opened ROOMS FOR RENT: Located MODERN 3-bedroom born tractor good Condition duet f
Station how that use Youth PlannedAt ) conveniently down town. Parable -
any plant residue on the Rally term and fertUiarr distributor. Taco II
of the mulch planter can mean MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS
\ sou surface U confined to approximately Of God House, phone 383-3131. Chemical Co. ''I
more profit Assembly! 3833093.edJJ
2/3 of the area originally pdJJ n... For information can 37-41
i Tillage of IOU and planting are covered. The public U being Invited to PAUL A. BYRD I

performed In on operation. In attend Christ Ambassadors FOR RENT 3-betfroom unfurnished -
a 408 South Ohio Ave. USED MACHINE BALE Used
Thus, the residue form an Insulating
the conventional method plowing, blanket in the middle of Youth Rally Friday night February MONEY for your farm opera house. Phone 3(3'1U1 '- Live Oak. Florida Singer portable start at 115.

I disking, and planting arc separate 13. at 7:45: pjn. at the Bran- tions at reasonable cost. Terms or 383-181. eaJJ tf ecgetf Singer Co., Lake City Fla. Call 'I
the row that conserves soil mois to fit your need Loan up to
operation of God Church.
ford
Corn ture. It also delay weed growth. Assembly 7 year Can North Florida Production FOR RENT $-rooen furnished 733-4081. eabjtf 't
I crop can be planted more There will be special singing
The saving In time and machinery Credit Assn. 8. Ohio Phone 3(3-3103 after
opportunely with the mulch and speaker. I apartment FOR BALK OR:: RENT 7 room FOR BALE 4 619x19: 30(70x19 .
cost alone are sufficientto Ave. Live Oak.: TeL 383-358. 1:30 cbJJ ...40
: ,.IlL
.
( 710x19 7 780x13
planter especially after rains, 'e ab*-tf frame house located across : : :
warrant test of the mulch
since more time would be required a FOR RENT: Newly decorated from school In Branford. Can 3 (00x19: 4 (50x14: 1* I

for conventionally prepared planting system.Rocket .. Mclifltui Ann IMtilpot, I VISIT ANNH-a: BEAUTY SHOP furnished apartment Close In. 39-4441.. CdJJ 39-43 700x14: 4.766x1/: (00x14: y

land to dry before planting. Mr. and Mrs Irvin P. PhllpotHI. Machine, machinelesa, and cold can Mr*. P. D. McMullen. 3833714 ( (30x14: 3. 900x14: 9 l
BALE! RENT 3-bed
FOR OR
According to the 800x16 4 800 18. ( Ply. AH
Agricultural the birth of after 9 cajj U : x
Is High announce a wave permanent given. Ope pjn.
house at 314 Union An.
room
Experiment Station the new Urea tome black some'
Staff 22 in the .
daughter January _
raton Annie H. Mills. Myrtle
mulch planter consist of a middle The two-man Project Apollo I) Halifax Hospital In Dayton Mills, and Mary Drew FOR RENT: Large and comfortable Contact after 1.30: ,m. at 3831I9 wilts I14JS phi gabs ux. I

buster which make a furrow 12 rocket U 363 feet high or nearly Beach The baby weighed 7 Iba Boatrtght Manicurist Ruby housekeeping room < or Teflon Robrraon etFarmer's Federal tat Included hO ex*

to 14 inches wide and four to five two-third the height of the I 13 ois., and has been named Melissa Sanford a\ Annie' each Tbun- completely furnished. Also. 2 Implement 383-3971. change needed while stocks

Inches deep. The middle buster I I. Washington monument.I Ann Phllpot.Mr. bedroom furnished connecting pbJJ 40-41 last Borne *B hUy Mentehed. I
day, Friday and Saturday.
Phllpot is the son of Mr. caaltf if desired. Heater In an room Barber Service Station! OfBrim. -

I and Mn. I. P. Philpot Jr.. of Phone 383-311. 311 N. Shelby o HELP WANTED Can 939-3939. cbaj U I

Ave. eajjytf
Branford. FOR BALE One M John Deere

ANY TYPE : FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house, WAITRESSES: WANTED Must tractor and all equipment w- I t

I nicety furnished newly decorated be ever 3L Apply In person between eluding power ww. Bargain ,<

Lenna Wak.-rOn Dean'sList MEMORIALWORK good location, nice the hour of ..12 am. at price CaD 303-319 or"" j I

H EAT R E At Lwi-McRae Q neUbborhood. Urge bedrooms Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake :3743. eaJJ U II I

can 383-3338 before I am. or City cacj tf I
Lenna Walker daughter of Mr. '
FOR BALE pwlaa and Pioneer
UVE OAK. FLORIDA PHONE 3(3-3111 after 1:30
40
DONE : pm. pall
and Mrs. Church Walker of Lift !
chain saws part and service.
Adults BOe-Children lee-Tax Included
Oak. U listed on the dran's list Granite Marble. Bronze FOR RENT: Furnished garage CURB HELP WANTED NOW. Logging euppDe*. book, clamp, I
n BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE released this week for the first Age II to 40. Apply In person. t
Phone 362-3333 apartment 2 bedroom. 10* bow, bar, and chain Repair
Saturday Open 13:43: -Mevle li(( semester at Lees-McRae. College A W Drive In. tall tf
Shelby Ave. Phone M2.I 420. for most Maan gasoline engines
Sunday Tare** Friday Open 1 49-Mevte I:" I, LIVE OAKMONUMENT II
in Banner Elk N. C.
Mrs L. M. Kent pdjj 40-111 EVctrt Service Co: 908 ItnBt

She is a former Suwannee High CO. Men In good health, minimum Your *man engine headquarter I
TIIURSDAY-FRIDAY. FFBRUARY u-n studentIn FOR RENT 4-room furnished' / education 8th grade ate 21 to *. cui 44.42

order to be placed on the Homer Sanford R.p- apartment 3 bedroom, private M. Contact the Personnel Department

THE TIME TRAVELERS honor list, a student must maintain bath city gas available, water at Bunland Training FOR BALE: Plane. (1M ads U I

Featve No. ( a B or better average furnbhed. 313 N. Walker Ave Center. P. O. Box 1190. Otoesvtne. Interested. eafl M3-3049 after I

VOYAGE TO THE END iNCOME TAX KKTUKN3Individual Phone 383-1074. tai U Florid etfj n... 8:30 pm. M If I t
*. Farmer Business
OF THE UNIVERSE Thank You NoteI New Form This Year Also FOR RENT A furnished house WANTED Waitreeaee. Apply It FOR BALE: Bupir A FaraH

CARTOON wish to. thank everyone for Flood Daman Deduction: and 1 furnished apartment on tf tractor and eqeUnaent caD
Dixie OrIB cajj
I the cards visits, and prayer BROWITS' BOOEXEEPDiO W. Fifth Bt, Live Oak. Can 10.... after 8 a a*. ne tf

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 38 during my stay In the hospital SItItY1CES 9(3-3(33. cajj 40 Three high paying eafee position POR BALK .
Deed Urea aad
May Ood bless each one of you. Mile Out Nobles Ferry" Road now available with Jackson1

PAJAMA PARTYFeature Jesse Wood St. PJ1 39-43 of Perry the targe** feroitor*. Tube Bargain far earn, \

No. I (Paid Notice) marina, appliance and Jewtiryceatrr track tractor All tn avaflebl -

.BOB CUMM1NGS DOROTHY MALONE For Sale-Rl Ettite fen North Florida. Bakmm *- *. Bone Bke *... Rundnds
to pkk free*. Barbell Sent
BEACH PARTY S For S..l.-Automotive are new earning .1..-.UI Button..
O-Vrtm. u ssu. Abe
FOR BALE The old Masonle -
-
CARTOON USE a week In tartar poxHtom. pin
Lodge building located at Pine- available throats year neigh.
vehicle with gae and oft. Coa
EUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAT:! FEBRUARY tl-t3-tl __ FOR Ton SALE Ptck-Up: 1-1983 Truck.Chevrolet aauoT. 4 mount Sealed bid win be opened tact Jackson Pumltare at eace orbood vrviee Macoss tress
FUCO BarberTire Serve,
wnolf
Mar. 13- Bid should be .
for interview.
STANLEY KRAMER PRESENTS J. Fletcher Jr. OWen. personal ale drvkloa.
Phone MJ-Jll. cajj U given to Clarence Ooff Rt 3, sae 30-44 cadj U
MAD MAD
A
ITS MAD
Brand Box M. Live Oak. BuUdtng must
MAD WORLD FOR BALK Ford track with be removed treat property. KEXDXD! AT OMCE Fun' tfpart

van body at Boater Broa. curb 40-41 time man or woman te FOBTBADE

CARTOON NEWS InsecticideFOR Cheap eajjtf tan Watkiat customer* InUve

WEDNESDAY! FEBRUARY 34 FOR SALE Modern 3-bedroont Oak. Good ....... Wo to- FOR TRACK Cbrnolrt bard1e .

FOR SALE IMS Chevrolet 4- bone carport central heat vestment Be* your own aeura Orve see yeer ... ear. ad

GET YOURSELF A- COLLEGE GIRL doot Bel-Air. Good operating. Near eehoot Lane tot J. & Write C. .. RoUe. Dept .-.. take o ayM4e ef 914 perweiL

CARTOON BEST RESULTS conditfan. Can 3(3-1934 after WUeoa.m Blackburn Are P. a Box 3447. .......... Tma.paM40. 117 W Fait

I P.m. ebj 40-41 Phone 30-143. pdJJ 39-43 pkJJ 44-41












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