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

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T'. Wire County Project Secondary Listed Road Program Ask Bids For High'-' School Addition 11,i




: Submitted To State Department I Housing Authority holds Annual Meeting Addition At Pine View Will I

Suwannee County' plan for secondary roads was
resented in resolution form at a hearing held Tuesday Be New Smvnnncc High SchoolAnother

I [ Lake City. Counties comprising the second road
bard district made their requests to William Beaufort, step in Suwannee County's campaign to secure

.. ad board_ __ member_ from this district. reaccreditation for its high schools occurred here
1.--- n n A road from Uv* Oak to the Tuesday when the Board of Public Instruction called for >r? I

Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. Approximately bids on the construction of a high school addition to the J=
Tax Collector In nine miles north of i present Pine View school. Bids will be opened by the >- S '

Dr n/ord Saturday this city was given priority num- 1 wW n 4 board at a meeting Friday, March Ctc: n
bre tare by: the Board of County: 28. at 2:00: p m. C =s ,
Kara B. aa.... SewunneeG.aty 0011ll lliOner.. Governor Haydon Iluillif' //Mildred Tht 18 claMvooms and J5at y ;
Tai Collector will be InBranfard cafeteria
..,. ky, March I at Bums claaalfled the existing roadto r fly Land Kiicnniant Pin View will became part of E-i _J
Ranch neither "acceptableor '
.. Ekctrl the a9W'd Klwanlan af the high school complex when the ...J
tko: BraD Gas and acceaalble when he dedicated prevented an* _J
.From SM: unto I:'. ,... U aliow the cafetorium at the facility las I" their departing member the proponed addition is completed ,. ka-
clUaona ta that area .*.- Rev. J. W. Ballllrt an honorccrtlfkiat Included In the proposal on C? :
T-nletMta parckaalnc their summer.Commlialoncrs for hi* amlc* U this which bids wen asked this week cu S I Ian
ja." Y..w tata.Tk allocated priority I eammanlty at their weekly ...- a horn economics suite two ,
collector aaya that the number one to tile completion ton her "'.......&1. Rullltoreturned science rooms, a typing room. a :
eIlee to Ik l .rthons..If'' of the road In the northern partof his aailoraU al Wetlwad multipurpose PB classroom a U*
rctaata open thru tko lunch the county ,now under con Baptist early Uito year and briny, tockers and anowvrs for I
her from Marck 1 until the atrucUon. The present contract hM accepted a tall I. the BM- boys and UrU. a vocational agrl. 1
Starch M deadlla*. stop at the stat park landa. win baptist Church. culture tulte, and an industrial
Agreement has now been reached Walter 1. Pappj Parka .hla arts suite
on a route thru the park land Three suites for
now serving a* fat Governor planned the
and It 1s this short piece of road .f Klwanla IMvlilan rest efwkleh school Include claaarooma as well
o / the commlatloners put .t the top
( the IJva Oak club la a aa workuhopa and other pact
of their I1d. Meaabera af the ll...ln Authority of the Oly af UT. Oak aro 1kt red where at the manual unit, made an afflrlat visit her needed for a well rounded pro

oUT LOUD.With Priority numebr two baa three aw Un< of the issue held tier but week.; Shown, k.1l1e right .,* J. U MeMallen., B. llawland.U Wedneaday and unmet Ihn ram.

projects and Includes the road I r. IlkkMa. Gcrc W. II.,...,, Mr. T. J. ...a.. and John A.I,.... (Phot,* by Dan Stalner} spiritual and moral rmoomi* Cordon. Drake and Pattllto
Late. C WadawortkTbm that win connect Highway 37 and blllty member were due the Jacksonville la the architect firm
Highway M and runt generally In I community. handllni plan and construction
U nOt much, this county : the southern and southeasternpart I 17,100 New EttinwtePopulation Named Garth Noblea. oral Klwanlaprealdent for the school board.
can do ss f ar as the primary road of the county from Iflldrcth I Ogden 'resided. The addition for which bids art
.,ritem her is concerned unless a to Wellborn and connect: with the Cain In Suwannee I sated will be of concrete and ma
concentrated effort on the part 01 road that now runs north and County Scout Leader Named aonry lIOI'I.truetlon.nd will be
.3 agencies select a priority and south thru Wellborn Harmony air conditioned.

then Insist at every turn that Itbe Tb third project In this group It Since 1960 Census Estimated 11% I For Philmont The drcUlon to proceed! with
don*. a two mil strip that win conned Chairman City construction of this school was
I well man bow Senator Ora the fake Jeffrey Road In Colum I Population in Suwannee County exceeded the 17,000 Scoutmaster Oeorg Olden hastened when llurrlcant Dora

. ham Black kept pcsterlnf tile Ma County to Highway 117 northof mark on July, 1964. according to a revision of estimatesof leader of Troop 168. Live Oak damaged. building housing
Road Board week after week unUl When this road ls Housing Group Buwanne
Wellborn. high Retool beyprul
counties released
the population of Florida recently by has been named asalatant tour director -
the WhIte Sprints Read was built, motorists can travel from repair. Rather than repair and rebuild -
and trail leader forth
the Bureau of Economic and Business Research of the Col. group .
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finished and bridge put over : of Oeori Harmony was rt
a HUdrcth to KUavtn on a atria the present structure the
'" the Buwane at Whit 8P11DcLH1I farm-to-market roads built under legs of Business Administration at the University of FlorIdi I IMS Philmont expeditionfrom elected chairman af the llou ln. school board voted to conitruct a
Th latH release revises ea.Umatos th* North Florida Snout Authority of tht City of Use Oak
content pnssurt also led to secondary clarifications.Ther was estimated to havt Increased CounciL three. new facility at th* pint Vttw lo
made July 1. 1M3. by the Ogden was among at the anual meeting of the body
the bridge at DowUni Park bring Is a total of U projects 100 at all three times. In IMO the leaders selected from the 11 districts cation. This decision followed a
bureau In all Florida eounUn.TbIa held hare February 24. U P. Hick
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built ta the plan submitted Tuesday count was 1.700; th* INS estimate that eomprla the council. recommendation mad by the Buwanrte
There teem to b* atrttmtot with MUD priorities. ocuntyyesttmated popula (N.. 1 Oaotlautd aa Pale II I man was named Viet chairman. County School Board Adtuory .
liar July 1. 1M1. was placed atI and J. L. McMullen was contlnutd
bee now that four lining 121 Other major proJrda Include. the Commit thai th* school
from 1-71 would do thla county building of a road that will run /aoo and the rerUlon a year M executive director, not be rebuilt and that plans b*
'tones good than." other primary watt of tb* National Guard Arm 1.a&eiN' county a lain el Feeler Pig Sale M p w Tha authority: mantises the two considered build a aomplttthlth i
SN for an tattmatxl Population low rant hawing protects located
M Pint Vttw.
projooM.U Uua Is tru. and I bar assurance is.th.* and Kewbero..- nt Road.Itictoway" M with of 17.100 and a thane of tl pet ff.r* March 12' laths stir. Thor M. M hwuaoa.,, A grant schoot ol tmM4 waa'. nad*

trom the Board. of County Streets for paving under th* cent vr th* INS etMua. Th A feeder. pig .*.. *H *tty etntatnta. It limit unite a. MM, by Ih* ocr to U>. atlwol bard
Ommnlartntwrt that this four proposal Include Duval Street eemus coual n 1MO waa H.OOO, ........ fa* ......** ... kotoakirted 10 al.Irs but ls now being held up In WaahIntlon .
lanlai theft major requeat.then tarn Walker Avenue to LM Ave tndloaUnf a gain af vr 3000 In ... thla tJty and will b* McMuiltn said all units an noi,.. pending a study ef thismunry's
occupied and thai then U wallIng
our legislative delegation should a four year period. hid rrw.,. Marsh IS. al the a plan tot desegregation of
nue. Walker Avenu froIII ,JIGW-
get buy and a*s that It to don. med .. longleaf Drive and Houston In raking U* study the bu ....... "VaMry U""Iee' list of applications.Hlckman athool In Buwannt* County. t
third needed to the isms tea achool tnrolimnt ta was named last year Washington sour*** told school
Tb group Avenue from Howard to AaeUaa M_'". It was aanaoaiid "L"LF
auwannee County Hsydoa Bums Eleventh. gr.dee two thru sight to deter- Iklaw***. to replsc the late Kelly' Weaver officials hire Tuesday that th
comities Jenkins and Broughton Streets mine th* taloatten factor beauty r...... basing pis. to ..0 ; r who was the authority chairman ((1'1.! I r*.(l*.t. .. Pat I)
U the** three groups win unit ta Branford are down for paving. chant ta this age croup al tkla .... ...... sail Ik* of. when ha died early. In IM4. Idiots
araalUv* to ehan- ; la a nor ,*end appoint and
art particularly
ta a determined effort. X think th Th part of till rwolution that fie ., Cants As**! Paul
road win be built HalMwartod I" associated with mlaratlon. .... was named to replace the 1.,. Plan
spelled out th* county's program crows and .* tktkr wise Jaycccs
Fred J. Orton.
determine
efforts win probably result to IN*. S Ooattoawd *. fags II Other factors that I prtar ... Mart .. .sue ,
sully Quo aDd other' parts of th populaUoo trends are 1'Nt..1dathI. I TIIIe..1 off .... win h /crew Members of tht authority art
district wul contlnu to get the and births, elementary Nr.IW oaouMttte* .. ....,.. appointed by tht m..nd eon.. Projects; Make
Uont shar* of such road butkllnt.Tb Meeting Planned To achool enroUmrol. number of. ., Ik* a4 ... ....", fluids firmed by Ut* City Council
time .baa com*. I think forthat PMttal" Individual tooom tax return b.....* tko ...M of pita that McMuUrn asks the authority Perry Visit
Discuss So/lball filed paaarnftf automoblltrtglatraUofia. hat tuned a check la tht City C!f
to a petition to de os to wttl b* avatlaki far isle hive
....... employees on Llv Oak for 11097.30 In lieu of
Am orgaatoatUeial and
rate up their bind feet and f* at that u... total J yea vUiud th* Perry
to bat for the beat Interests af far n .*.. ..,IMII leagw win nona Tkultural parrotta.Th city taxes. The authority dota not Junior Clamber of Commerce
this county. Pubttt ofndato findIt b* held ....... rrkaraday) at maw estimate fat Co- lyGroans ,ay table, neither do a It make In Wednttday nlshl lo begin their
harder to say no shortly after Till r.sa. at tk* BorreaUa dumbU county 21JOO July 1. Get, PilotTaldoaU II'Inga' ben of Us payments to the stats partlalpatian In a floU-tht-nanrtll
CR& This to .. sonparad U 10.1000 an ------ OGDCN or county ho added.
mldnltbt when eked what th <<. saortlag 1H4. a* I' program bring conducted a* a
defy. u and why work baa not .. ..-., a......,*. aodplaytra July t. INS and ".100 the INS Phltmont la near Ctmarron. ,IN., I Coll**d on Pt II .ta..1de projttl. Ttils sent Is
started. aeolrtog to .saw sash nnrus counted. Oam this sine New Mexico, and la a nwsrd pal of an lnt rlub rtlatlonsirorram
Maybe hits to not Use pleasant n ....... ion this rear. IHO was -lit per cntOnnrU tamping area of over In.oool] WIT. Pierce To //rmf designed to liars Jay*gor.enleallone
way to let things dont but at airs Uses Departeaea .,- ) ta Taylor was eatlmait4 : acre. Tbt tipaditlon then Is toprovldt visit similar troupa
Mod It baa prawn effective.Tb fttJato said hero this weed that at la per cent. KiUmatlonian I: Moue with rttoroua advtntur 1965 Cancer CruunleAaa : In nearby cities.
no .*... ouaalaalton aaael July" I. INS was I1JOO; July for th* srta abound inwild .*itojao il ... Madt Bernard MiaiU. chairman of
arcondary road proaraw toga .f Ihs top ar* shooed .. INJ. 1S4M; and the ItM ensus tiff and offers challenges In kert I.... wish that the R.v.BUI the local tnmmttu* handling the
submitted by th Board of ConrrtyMMkntanera .akoatd UaJckfa lathering fad count was 11JOO. ) th* way of terrain. 1 Lees peeler .1 Ik* U.. prtltct Wd the relegation. to Per.
for INS reamrmK to ..... to fee....... ., a,oftkaBkMgw -. Uadiaon's growth was alM i ; Tht tour whteh the bal scout Oak north *f (..,w. kaa ... ry and U worklna? out a schedule
*. 1 Caltoid on Pat SI> *. Bf.Mrd ta hundred Th IMO I c .leader win aaatet In dlreeilrit eon. a.,4d Ik. .kabWMMkl* ., Ik* lo send th* barrel to the all Jay
count was HJOO: t.he INS .att INI Caawer (Oaoad of Uvt
Hate of eight dye travel and I] tet ofiaAtaatloiu that aomprU
vat MM; and use INS tUmat ." ... days st Philmont. On th Journey Oak. UUIct thrt.
I Second Prise Lltettock Winner I 14.70. :.. .. the amp site, waits and their Loan i. Can. proaMeal .1 Iktowamw Each flub mini prom abort
..._..__._n_._._____. _._____ ___ lUmfiton County's population Fr! r (. ., Cha4. af a
.I. leaders win spend nights al Air ** r akit on Jaytt-Um and dUmaa Ih
.' ., Pore baaa along th route, U. AowetMM ('..... .......,. beet eturnal and mltrnal pro
; ,., Branford Men r" Suction of DcouUnaater Olden ........ a* ares *o.fera.* InGatoeovlll )J.*u th* stub II tMtduttm as
>>.. f P .. "'!I>.j.; ,. .. Is In recognition of many years ,*.*.. .y.DtUlie part of th* ,..n. Th local tlua
.,111. 'I. ..,, census to scouting both hen and al the .aoial.a will promoted aueh a prtf ram al Ptf.
= '.l .. + .. fear[ Discussion at Old town In Mil County, lit .t *ao)..aed Is leg M vat ... ry Mel nlchtft
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'.r. \ .. .," has received ",eona! awards and n..eed, ( .. T foil .*.l en Pat IISfufVrilf
.. ", ,' scouts under hi* leadership bars
," .' County Hospital eonaUUnUy placed among the
.. ,,1.1 ," I I winner In aeoutinc eoM ear. honored At 'tsgemlilyr. I
'S kill Lot JolMMon. admJnlatrlor *- .
h )1rtk ---- Ogden attended a planning mm. -
: al ftrraflne* County ItoUUlerpUtaed .. Oa.-. ..... Ue. alon for Ih trip ta Ja aaanfUtoTbtirtday .
the oprrauon of th* tosUtatlon ._:
and aid
'j" ., the Branford ArtsMeals ...... IkaHd. bJ.$... Jr, see tuning camp will b*a_ htld practlof si -

Cta monthly avtlnMonday ., Mr. and Mr*. David L Me.'If. CusP bhckote In Ju *.
.. &. 8h was aaaMedSaanHmn to .... Ur Oak.kt lees ..."* Cad Scout toy Dudley, son

facUttta avaAaM atth ed U. L Air rrt *flv.r pilot IIf... I CootfaMed to Pag II
,', tNaetul by Pet ..*.. anoaDM1M wings apse 'radaUi tries

." far the boaptULMrs. ftIratotof ...... Ol ....., 0
Johnaon traced lt. .rwtaf Cattlemen Plan
AiL Go.
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tb* teMpiUd and told how fa-
.. ultra now araUabl hav ..... .......... .W.. will r*. .
tt *4o......* for th* area It arrvttBh aaato al MWy far flrtaf duty Annual Meet(

tiptetee that aontuM effort .. a .... wkkk ....... the sy
Tb ......... County: Cai-
''Jt It Lads .. contiou* lo. kwprwv Air Tratoto Coaaaaaai aiValoo
MA'aAsaortaUon win .bold lu ..a.w1 -
factatl ai wen as aervtrt
., Ira hi tof airs and offleor"
... meeting rival Tburaday,
I Other swats al tie etlnc
to Ik* d.* n. mart r..olrd bylb.ms.11
r ..r* Jim Wtottrkwn of th* Plor- Marcn SN 1.M pre al err dPSees.
.... Dmlapanat CoaaoiloHoa.Ovr atraova** for*.*. OoUaous*. Ptold nl Cbafla
: i > --. .....** itlvtrActtiomy. The Beooaail. a (radoal. ofowaoo Hoer said here tJkts weok.Ktortfan a
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I. M. Ora prosut***. .. IHf% tVkf.t..ilr.< of .,floers sod a board o l pttaaait. award
,4 t 'It'w sad, Warn PlUsaaax BMAa. .<*r, oBJLAtTtofroaaPVaUallatood of dwortors M sow Aartng Ih* kf PHM4-4 ,.*. I.***.* al a. aneaatly how *. U* frrlHaH ftoMWatoaaday

,-" ,I BUWMOOS QNMF OMUUM of t,.......... igi wr a..ld.- eocnSBd y/ .. fc* the SMM mw***. ..*.| svt. ,,",.... ... 'r"" CksmsBSfvs. A. f. Kott. chatmaa.Buwaana to IMt oooa tioi.
..,.. sad Mra 1'. I. Boaker won .* .... Nag ** nto. lets I Oewiy OrvttopmnKlAoOwrrty y...... Hakrol Sal toa A. barber dtonor Is to k* B...*.... !... nude ... ha/ r*>. Ml I* HtMiMMo* .......

they enwlsed 1a pdsg ...... M ... ......... fr.dMn .... Ptard" ....",.,. and ....... .. Eases !%... ....... and M 1 WIll:M* ,got.. the mderwayIMaaoOr proH. .... J.rt* .......*, a.4 Car H.,.*....| *.*k row Ml to rfcjk!

laaw eo1ooalotolWtrla. ,...(..,. rhbL When tk* tta gM Xvorvtt less: JWdt..ea.to praatdow4 of the LM wtf. .... to Ihs d**.*. deed addd. AA OaUlroM* to they arti lUrvtrl ......*. HOI ,-.**. ... Ut Len Maf AM

, ... Met farrow to a It* ...... ......ir sac ....... tat UJrdtorgtot too a4 ftwaltod s4 MondsT* tor of ..,. ad .... X .. .*.. ..... are svg4 and tm.*.4 toMtonV.k Oat**, ah. a ateafcM A tl4t wee net pra*.l fee O aMne*.

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I Zoning: Regulations: NeededSince I Front 1915-1940-1955


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its effective date of March 1, the city. In many areas of the state, regulations By

1958, City of Live Oak Ordinance 431 require that such mining be followed GnnerL ..

governing zoning within the city limits, by site improvement whereby the a Taken From The Filet Of

has continued to develop and now that land mined is returned to a useful purpose Here's proof that It can be TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

nearly seven years have elapsed since its such as home sites or recreation areas. done I IThe I -- I

adoption, the people of this city are in Then too as communities grow there i Is milk Industry in 10 Southeastern .

general accord that many benefits have a tendency for the less desirable businesses Florida counties has dem.onstrated 1915A. Grand Championship Four-H this week.
resulted from the regulation. That zoning that It ls possible to Increase winner In the annual Florida -
to crowd along highways leading Into and Professor
Mlckler
of dairyproducts P. Stock Show and sate held In Beulah. Sheriff Hugh Levis
is beneficial is no longer debated and towns and cities, rather than seek locations consumption Monahan are raising shamrocks
when all elements in the Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday tracking hound ran her score of
today is accepted as a splendid method by removed from main arteries or roads.: start pulling together and green neckties to use on St. of this week. The show and successfully trailed and capture,
industry ]
which growth and development with the Under county' zoning such business as junk Cooperating In a Joint adver Patrick's Day the 17th of March. sale are sponsored by the Jack'' fugitives to 53 Monday night after

city can and has been controlled along desired yards could be located off main roads and Using and promotion' program in On that day they will Wearln'gather together of- sonvllle Chamber of Commerceand the longest and hardest chases or
"The
patterns. in sections of the county more suitable for the so-called "Miami area", which and"sing to livestock development com' her life.
As the years unfold the wisdom behind them. operates under Federal Milk the Green. which by the way mltte of Florida.

adoption of an overall plan for the city will marketing agreement were the one of the finest chunes Iver sung. Mrs. Clyde Dempsey was ho.
become and enhanced and County zoning is a matter of local legis Florida Dairy Institute teas to executive members of
more more acceptable Southeast 8 to 11 Thursday of The cover of the February Issue the
From
for it will lation. Senator Houston Roberts and Rep Includes dairy farmers and p-m. Country Club for a business
as growth comes be which last week visiting guests from of the Florida State Pharmaceutical meet',
channeled into areas best suited for the resentative Leon McDonald could create a distributors: the Dairy Council of Washington Court House. Ohio. Association Journal, log Monday morning. During tilt

type of growth that occurs. zoning commission and zoning regulations South Florida; and the American Mrs. Win. Eyre and Miss Lola which goes to every druggist and session' the group made plans faa

Today many counties have similar for Suwannee County by passing a local Dairy Association.By Theobald: from Dayton, Ohio, pharmacist In the state featured bridge party and spring fashioi

zoning regulations whereby the Board of bill in the state legislature later this year. December, 1964, several. Mrs. George Ireland; from Sum the picture of Roy Hunter, show for March 31. "
months after the campaign started Live Oak. who to of the Appointed to serve on the .
merton. S C., Mrs. Dannie Joseph secretary committee
Commissioners .zoning We think such bill has much merit
County serves as a consumption In were Mrs. Dempsey,
dairy products association. Mn.
authority"on what can and cannot be builtin and suggest to the Board of County Com the 10-county area showed a gain and by Noe an Joseph informal were party complimented given Forrest Bradbury Mrs. Drew Rat.

areas throughout the county.It missioners and the county's legislative delegation of 9 per cent over December. 1063 by Mrs. F. Kunert of East Duval] Mrs. W,' lift and Mn. Randy Mai.
L.
Tedder entertainedmembers
would appear that with the increased that such a plan be considered. The< Per capita consumption the Street.
of the
interest in mining now prevalent in this small! building permit fees that go with same basis showed rise of 54 percent Banjo and piano music was I and a few extra guests Matron at three Club Miss Betsy Crapps. daughter of:

county, that some regulation is imperative zoning more than offset cost of the program I according to Robert O. Venn rendered by Mrs. Kunert and F tables of Boston Rook at her Mr and Mrs. P. C Crapps Jr II

if this county Is to avoid a series of and information gained by zoning Miami, president of the public Noegel. A duet by Mrs. F. Kunert home on Ohio Avenue. last Thursday serving this year on Christian Jusoclatlon -

horrible sights like ,the one just north of would prove of value in many ways. I relations firm which handled the Jr. and Syde Kalil was enjoyed. afternoon Council at Agnes Scott
promotion. The per capita rate College as chairman of Central]
High score prize went to Mrs.
lad declined for 14 consecutive Presbyterian Olrto Club
The board of public Instructionmet Burr A. L. Dialer and Mn. Mack: commit-
rears. In regular session at the courthouse H. tee.
About The Southeastern project, financed Tuesday..The regular business Padgett won.a second prim .

entirely by the Industry is which always comes before

o This believed: to be the first of Its kind the board was disposed of and a 1955 Had Three Names
d
B the U. S. In a congratulatoryresolution recommendation of the school The capital city of West Irises

And on its success, the Independent trustees to engage W. A. Edwards Suwannee County's Free Library has had three names in test than

Dairy Farmers Association of Atlanta to make drawings for got off to a fine start at a 1 two years, the National Geographic .

I That at Its annual meeting in the new school building was received short ceremony here at the library I says. When former Netherlands

I Tampa;; observed thatnii : but no action was taken Sunday afternoon at 3:30: New Oulnea was turned over <
II I program, financially sup by the board.J. pjn. Miss Helen Blxler. chairman to Indonesia HoUandla becanxKoUbaru.

Parents And EducationIt But Florida counties have always Jealously ported by the dairy product processors of the library board presided Now It to caned Sukar

guarded their autonomy this respect. A proposed and distributors of that P. Howland, the popular New with city, county and state napura to honor Indonesian
sounds unless have read the.
ridiculous you State area, has not required one cent oft barn merchant, stopped over' !In officials taking part on the pro. President Sukarno
book. The title to "How To Teach Your Baby To Assessment Board was sharply repudiated a
public funds, nor price regulationat Live Oak Monday Mr. Howlandhad gram.A .
Read But the facts presented are both fascinating the grass roots level some) years back. either wholesale or retail level Just returned from Wtlllston -

t and convincing. Unequal assessments from county to county where he went with a view of obtaining loan of 100.000 to the Su- (Scheel SappUcm at Me<'rimon'a

Glenn Dorman, Director of The Institutes For raise many complications and are patently unfair The IDFA also expressed its knowledge regarding the wannee Valley Electric
Cooper.
x the Advancement of Human Potential is the author. in some Instances. In other' cases, such as Duval! 'appreciation to the dairy dlsrlbutors rowing and marketing of cucum atlre for retailing to members for

'''I or He records' four definite conclusions based on County too-low assessments can Impoverish the of that area who were bers. Installation of electrical equipment USE

1 1. Tiny children want to learn to read. school system.As willing to make the necessary financial and Irrigation loans was

J 2. Tiny children can learn to read. a horrible example, au of Duval Count,'. investment and, in so doing Mrs. O. A. Blue entertained the approved last Thursday FUCO

3. Tiny children are learning to lead. schools lost their Southern Assn. of College and launched what ,may well be Ernest Workers of the Methodist Senators Holland and Smath-
Secondary Schools the most successful and significant Church at her' beautiful country ers, and Congressman
4. Tiny children should learn to read. accreditation last month large Matthews
merchandising development home Tuesday. The ladles are preparing Informed Brand
Not only are normal 2, 3 and 4-year old children ly because of Insufficient tax revenues. the Democrat of the
Sn the history of the dairy Indus for a spring sale of hand. loan approval
learning to read and loving It, but badly brain The question! to: How can equal and honest assessment ry." work.

damaged children are learning to read along with be effected without howls of anguish In the meantime. USDA has seta a. InsecticideFOR

learning to talk and walk. The Institutes seem to from voters who profit from unequal and unreal. public hearing on a proposed The 1.000 miles natural gas

have made a major break-through !In finding out lease ones? Federal milk marketing agreement 940 of pipeline that win serve almost all
Florida
how children learn.Meanwhile The> answer probably: They can't. In the Tampa Bay area, for Three Live Oak Boy Scout,. Commission to awaiting only Federal BEST RESULTS

teachers' colleges, under the guld- But the Legislature has the power and the 10 A. M. March 15. at the Shera Elmo Dowllng, Jamea Allison and Houston Qa* and Oil approval Co.. ], the
arum and direction of the educational associations. I duty to take definite action on this umi, U the ton-Tampa Motor Inn. UndeU Wadsworth were levaU4 reported
J hay failed miserably/ to develop successful methods Superme Court rules that further legislative action to the rank of Star Scouts at a

for teaching children to read. Selective! Service Is necessary Did you ever see a vegetable honor held Monday night at the

reports that 25 percent of the draftees are unable to -Avon Park Sun packing plant on wheels meeting of the district courts of
Up In East Lansing Michigan Methodist Church. TheM three A. L.
Ward
(
the While Aubrey
pass simplest reading test. the Institute'smethod a travelling onion packing plant together with Scouts Roger Scott )

is to wait for "reading readiness" in 6 and Good Investment Return hu been developed and Its owner and Hugh Dorsett. of Branford

and 3-year olds to read, the educational association Among the brightest chapters medical says It performs beautifully. appeared before the court fer

method is to wait for "reading readiness' in 0 and to that which has been chronicled history When ready to mon all of It to merit badges Spreader Servke
'-year old youngsters.Moreover years with over the put 15 contained In .8-foot by 40-foot -
regard to the fight to
mlddl
teachers colleges encouraged by American save -aged trailer. When set up for operation Live Oak Jaycees at the court-
the educational associations, are Indoctrinating men from the ravage of heart and blood It forma a 40-foot by 40-foot house Monday night voted In favor WE SPREAD

teachers to forbid parents to teach their children. vessel disease- There' hu been, since 1950. a 74! covered building, with floor and of a resolution that then be
The is per cent decline In the cardiovascular death rate outside walls on stUU and the a special election held' for voting DOLOMITE
argument that parents don't know how to
applying! to American males] aged 45 through 84. trailer !in the middle. on a bond issue for the city paving HI-CAL
teach because "haven't had In
LIMESTONE
they any course*
For the first time, the death rate from high Containing enough equipmentto project which they an sponortng. -
education. Nevertheless, the Institute records blood pressure and heart disease it causes to down clean, grade, sin and package Tb resolution WIll be FERTILIZER
1 show that parent who want to teach their tiny 80 per cent while that from stroke has dropped 28 a aloes of onions and handle eon- taken up for consideration by
children to read can do so. Some of the best results the city
per cent. These dramatic gains more than off umer packages of (0-pound bags council at Its meeting Vendor For ASC Purchase Orden
have come from parents with only a grade set an Increase of about the whole thing can be set up or Thursday of next weekaPor
four per cent In the death
school education. rate due taken down In two hours.According
to
heart
attack.It PHONE
Parents are well aware of their tiny tot's Inordinate to The Packer cap. the second year In a row 776-1271
to
thirst for knowledge. It Is impressed upon significant that the decline dates from city of the mobile plant to one Sidney Allen of Live Oak was
them hourly by a constant barrage of what? where T 1050. a year which marked the beginning of massive carload In an hour and ten min liven! UM award for entering the FAST. COURTEOUS SERVICE

how and why particularly why? Importance heart research programs supported by both us. Its the 1 brain-child of Bill .
f; of the voluntary and tax dollars. Roberts who heads the C. W Rob-
I early months and years U emphasized by the
.; Your Heart Fund has been the spearheading arts Produce firm of East Lan-
research findings that the growth of the brain IIi
force behind the effort. Since the first Heart Fund Ing. Mechanical] development got
10 percent complete when the child Is fiver. When
campaign In 1040 about 100 million an assist from an Atlanta. New ,
Heart Fund
r he i U eight, the whole process of brain growth Is w ..
dollars York manufacturing
have been channeled Into cardiovascular company ea4
research -
essentially complete. WE
CUT
program Virtually A hand-picked operating crew
The established facts out for Investigationby every gain reflected
cry from the Southwest travels along
In the 7 Mi per cent decline In
Parent-Teacher and other parent groups. They death the cardiovascular with the packing plant. Twenty >DOWN THE
rate for middle-need ;
completely refute the theory current in "course. In men to connected In men with onion grading and ,
education" that the parents should be excluded one way or another, with the Heart Fund packing experience gained In Texas -

from the education of their children. Never In Ita history has your Heart AssoclaUon Mew Mexico and Colorado

Arcadian Arcadia had enough Heart Fund dollars to underwrite have sleeping, eating and bows tee, ,

all of the research projects deemed worthy of sup. lag quarters in a two-story special
I. port by qualified expert trailer.

I Showdown Shaping UpA Let's make 1865 an exemption. Give generously .

showdown Is shaping up on county tax assessment to the 1968 Heart Fund campaign, being The detergents Industry will be

1 practices In Florida brought nearer by waged hen and In 8500 other American' communl- completely converted to the new
last week's circuit court decision In Jacksonville ties through February soft*, biodegradable products by

Judge William L. Durden ruled that Duval Titusvfflt Star Advocate July 1 this rear the Soap and

County's property' assessments art illegal and ordered a Detergents Association was told
that the 1X5 roll be prepared on the basisof .t Its recent'annual meeting.
Loafing
becomes
respectable when the doctor That will be six months aheadof
"fair market value"This tells :you It to necessary. the deadline previously set for
he said ls the same as the statutory term
the changeover. However, some of
"just talus" which was set as the assessment! UM "hart products will still be

standard by the 19W Legislature The Suwannec DemocratOF moving In trade channels so midyear MISTAKES will
If upheld by the state Supreme Court, this decision will not bring a sudden end happen. But don't make the mistake of

could affect 10 odd other counties In the LIVE ; to the appearance of foam to.
OAK waiting
FLORIDA too long to
state which haw failed to ares either on a waste discharges.The begin saving for retirement income.
value" or the"fun cash value" basis which was ."In- floe s HWl .) tlte S.....,... Robes Fefley* SDA eettvatea some 4 bal.lice Often

Florida law for so many yean before. I.tabUalwd: BANNER ConsoUdated LEADER: : pounds of detergent annually our young year are our beat earning yeartx A"good
1314 August J. 1117 Eatab1laNcl 1181 are consumed In the TJ. 8. Tin
Dad County already bad been ordered by" the I'wtallahd Every 'Mraday ae n. rule i is to bank I 10
_* Onaaer_ SireN yean of research have been devoted % of
I /1 court* to reasocM ptinmtj 00 this basis last Sep Louie) CT\Vadsworth:Editor'A 6II airier} I I to efforts to provide UM every paycheck in a Savings Ac-

f tember. Probably to the only county In Florida Clara S. Wadaworth ........ Associate Editor market with detergent products count. Emergencies and

currently meeting state reQ 'ementa.I. Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager hat an readily broken down by security will then take'care of

I. The matter to far tram settled bowmr.,.Tb. George T. (P.te1I Wright .... Shop Foreman bacteria ta the normal action aseptic themselves.
: !
\ Did decision la certain to be appealed apecincal- Cue ....&&gJyj'LAt_ Live Oat FtartdTSuwannee tanka and other waste disposal

ly to test th-authority; of UM state eosnptroDef- County $roo ayatoms.The .

over county: tal assessors.In RAft! Outside Buwannee County 85 00 new detergents ar* said to
"an opinion Issued In December, Attorney ALL SUnaCRn'TIONa'r. -Pai iii "ii'AimDNMDmmOP be equal In. cleaning power to UMprodueta 1.wr .

General James Kynes said the law gtres tho state they replay and aN n- '
'comptroller both the right to require an propertyto peeled to sell I* consumers at no
Increase In. price COMMERCIAL
be taxed at run cash or just value and the duty: -. BAlK

to enforce the law :ran .Florida IrtMAseclattoaiSUWANNEX I [

Obviously, then must be some authority to deeld COUNTT1' I Tourists" vtolUof Florida during OF LIVE OAK

If county: assessor ar* making assessment at HI Dated the state1 beach*

Just or fair mavfcet Y&Jue,1t that law to to have anyfnffl"fog Chamber of Coounerc I'It'and swimming u the top expertCM LIVE OAK.t FLORIDA
they most enjoyed during
i i their
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f9/l R/te4i. t Present Toy To Hospital I Fronton' Club Will Ms Jean Hilt i

__ r Mtrt Friday 12:30 ,,1
The Live Oak Woman's C1d r IK
will meet Friday March 5, at
u:3t: at the el.b boss lye their"
WOM NCLARA covered dish luncheon and

Minces meeting.
Club President Bin. V J.
ttilr Smeta vrges all members te at.
S. W WADSWORTH Society Editor f tend. 6


New Officers For Happy homemakers Mrs. Cliauneey 55 Surprise 4. rL

Eastern Star OrderOn Held Meeting Party Honoree Keeently F.Yt

February It the Order of Mo. Morgan Miller newly Mrs John .... Jordon entertained I
Eastern Star met in the Masonic
Saturday evening February 13
elected president "f the HappyHomemakers
Temple for the Installation of officers
Club presided over at her home on Weller Avenue
for the year IMS. and the the meeting at the Antioch Community with a surprise birthday party
,it following: were elected to serve Center on Thursday, February honoring her daughter, Mrs. Paul
I Worth Matron. :Erie Keel: 8. B. Chauncey
ofM Worthy Patron. Johnto Bonds; The devotional was given by The home was decorated to
Associate Matron. Marcelle Baxter Valentine motif
: carry out the
:1II Mrs. Lonnie Nelson.
Associate Patron Norman The dining table was covered
\ Protsman, Secretary Mildred Following the business meeting. with an Imported linen cloth and
Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave a demonstration Junior Girl Scout Trop S14 presented tors ,. the SawanneeCeanty
Kye: Treasurer Leroy Hlngson, centering the table was a heart: ,
Conductress. Edna Crowe, Associate on window decorations. Hospital last Wednesday afternoon U be taM by ,.... shaped cake with the Inscription
be Conductress Margie Carniichael. Hostesses for the meeting were patients. These lays were made Ie M mdl".." staffed animal "Happy Birthday Daughter", The
Chaplain. Marine Pour- Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. John Came reject by the tr .. and prevented' te Mrs. Lets Johnson honplUI) cake was cut by the honoree. after

'toa nelle.: Marsha Tbelma Ward, ron.During administrate ascend from right Mrs. N. B, Bashing, left rear. Is which a buffet style supper
Organist Rosalie Cross: Adah. the social hour a knitting assistant trop leader and Mrs. C. W Yl*.., at right Is troop was served to the SO guests present
01 (. Olga Bonds: Ruth. Louise Qrtner..aether. club was discussed and an leader. Democrat Staff Phtto)
.-. Mildred Carmichael, Mar Interested In learning to knit may .
tha. Virile Lewis.: Elects, Ollle Join, it was announced. ,
11.II.. Touchton, Warder. Carrie Kingson Present were Mrs. Sam Bose- Goodwill Club Judy Crews Feted I Mrs. Avery Club .
.II..t. : and Sentinel OUmer Kye man, Mrs. Thomas Musgrove. 1I()*1t'8 Last Week >
I Mrs. Corbett Musgrove." Mrs. Roy Met TuesdayThe I With Birthday Part)' I Tuesday February 22.he

Hunter Mrs. Harry Ellis Mrs Goodwill Club met last Judy Lynne Crews celebratedher Pleasant Hill Exteraon Homemakers .
Mrs. Palmer Garden Mrs. J. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs
of Porter Brown. R. Ogtesby. fifth birthday Friday afternoon met at the Community i
II Circle Hostess<< Mrs. L M. Mlsell. Mrs. Lawrence Martha Kellogg on Van Buren with a party given by her I Center with Mrs George Kinard iI
with members and two c I
six
Street
,,. The Camellia Circle of the Live Lee. Mrs. John OatH Mrs Eus ,mother. Mrs. Paul Crews I presiding Mrs. George Haas gave
tace Collins, and Mrs. Edgar: Full- visitors present.Following
Hats and blowers were given to the devotional and Mrs. Fred
U Oak Oarden Club Inc. met Friday the devotional Mn.Rachel .
II February 1$. In the home of bright. Hegler led In prayer each guest as they arrived. Haas read the minutes of the
t- Mrs C. O. Painter Brenda and Pamela Crews, sla previous meeting and gave the H
On March 5 th club will meet
tens of the honoree. directed thegames. treasurer report.It .
Mrs. M. H. ningaon presided Mm. Dempsey l'rNItINOvt"r with Mrs. Hegler In her home on
After the honoree opened announced that March ,
with Mrs. W. M. Jernlcsn giving Mitchell Road west of Lire Oak. was ,,,
the Garden Prayer. Di"trier ;Meeting# her gifts. "Happy Birthday was II Is the date for the cancer I
sung and refreshments of cup. I bandage workshop The meeting
After the business session. Mrs
The Centenary Methodist cakes. Ice cream, and punch were will begin at ten o'clock and each
uam I Ben Reid and Mrs O. P. Hatch Church of Quincy was host to the James Curtis JohnsonMr served to bring a covered dUh Mr. and Mrs. V, l.. lilt ef this city aaneenee the engagementf
were In charge of the program of annual meeting of the Tallahassee and Mrs. Gene Johnson 01 Present were Mark McLean Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave a their ......t.r. Sandra Jean te Tammy II. Laahko,. see ef Mrs.
;)- questions and answers "On Lilies District Woman of this the birth of a
Society city announce
Carrie Green. Patty Howland, "Wlndu
i demonstration on Julia Lankier, tnd the late W, C Laihley. ef Ibis elty.Mts. .
f. And Bulbs, ending with seeds
Christian Service Monday son on February third In St VinClrnt' -
!Ashley Mott Donald Dutch. L1i Treatment'. Illtt INS ef Stb..1 and I Ie
Ice a graduate HMwanMe high
and to plant In Florida at
plants Mrs. Clyde Dempsey president Hospital In Ja IonvtUt.
y.1t i nette Lawhon and Joanna Leon served
Cindy Mrs Avery refreshments '
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V.r this time of andI empUyed by 0"" Fuel .f SIe Cerp.
1tf. year. of the Tallahassee District, presided The baby weighed s pounds Blue Walter Hunt. Douglas at the close of the
The meeting adjourned with over the meeting ounces and has been named Mr. Lathley U a gradual .f inwann High IMt..) and Is
f.t Cheney, David Sotolongo, Steven meeting.
refreshments served by the: hos Mrs. Dempsey called a meeting James Curtis' Johnson. Winburn, and Wends Landrn US ....1.'.. by The IndepMidtnt Imeraaee Company.The .
tea of the Dltsrkt Executive Committee Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stewart are 'I Use sandpaper to smooth a wedding will I* an event ef Friday ."|"'. Jane twenty

S. at the church on Sunday at. the maternal grandparents and (torrid. ........ at McCrlmeall' small nick on a piece of glassware fifth In the Shoal Baptist Chart *f live Oak.
s Line the oven broiler pan with ternoon. Mr and Mrs Curtis Johnson are
aluminum foil to avoid a messy The Rev. Nash Philpot is pastorof the paternal grandparents AH of
1 cleanup job. the church. this city


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show It. Or tie interior. Or the Sedan for fun fa Uw months ahead* n ELECTRIC Ii) AMPLE UOMTlo t;) FULL HOUSEPOWER i ,"'ti>

P'iortDADN. Chevrolet.' CbOTlw and Chevy liar* U APPLIANCES. Ca o FOR LMNO. o WIRIMO. ,
That hixuriooi Biseajrtw i M roomy available! with the Turbo-Thrift{ Sit for :.at,

: Iw toIoH..t fuel economy, quirk wanaup. quiettnttwiartrabtayl ;.. Four or nor major ftppliinrsM Proper ,,phoned for 100-200 amp. *nrk. oo .( V"

fine fabrics: foil tttof- It'a t, cOdent, smooth and inctudinf rsnjs ad. work leisureud Ucort trine*, adequate circuit, ,

aptntcd.CorraVa. water bee.... the beauty. handy twitch, and loU of ?
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ewda Bz* ear. has dnui new stybnc Turbo-Air Six delivers the brat bajaix e+oov nines outlets.5w ,

vide doors money, tastefal) iatenon and ttacUoca for H rrtl"

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THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1j.
PAGE FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA -.:.

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Win Third Place In Contest Funeral ServicesFor I Win In Livestock CompetitionMr. I

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Reports FromWashington

Rev. Rhoden


V Held SundayFuneral I 4

services for the Rev \J
Carnett Rhoden retired Assemblyof
By DON FUQUA Ood Church minister, were

d jil aril held Sunday afternoon at the
III u. S. Congressman rrt 'I i fiJiTJIi
-.1. Live Oak Assembly of God Church
Ii IlI with the Rev. Clyde Nichols, pastor
THE 89TH CONGRESS This support the President's decision to i officiating. Burial was in the w I IG
session of the Congress has gotten use armed retaliation against the Mt. Olive Church of Christ Cemetery
off to a rapid start. The first session aggressors, but this has not met Iii i with the James B. Daniels
of the last Congress Is said tohl.ve the problem. Funeral Home of Live Oak In
been six weeks behind the Coupled with this is the problem charge
pace of the present session, and 1 of Castro's Communist Cuba, ., Rev. Rhoden died Friday at a G A AI Ap At
expect that we will find this to be which I consider equally dangerous F, Jacksonville hospital I
a most difficult legislative session I have said a number of timeson r / 'J 7 The deceased was a native of ,
There Is a host of pending legislation the House floor that this Is the Florida and was born April 22,
over 5,000 bills having number one foreign policy problem 1909 He had lived here almost
been Introduced In the House of facing our nation and one his entire life.Sunlvorl .
Representatives alone. which must be met. From this Include the widow,
Among the many controversialIssues base Communists pour Into South Mrs Willie Gertrude Rhoden,
which will face this Congress American lands Infiltrating and ss. Live Oak; his mother Mrs. AnnieM.
will be Medicare, tax reduction destroying. Robinson, Largo: five daughters '
agriculture, reapportionment The menace of Red China and Mrs. Mildred Patterson. Ft. "
excise taxes, defense, foreign aid the problems in Africa confrontus. Knox, Ky Mrs Ruth Barber Ft.
education, etc. All of these must be met, as Stewart, Ga.. Mrs. Juanita Tay '
On each of the Issues which well as the basic problems of our lor, Plant City Mrs Belvla Stanley -
come before the Congress, I will domestic economy. There are no Atlanta, Ga. and Miss Rita
carefully consider all of the rami- simple solutions, but I believe For placing third In this year's livestock promotion project Rhoden. Live Oak; four sons, Ot- :
fications of each proposal and that a firm course of positive action tis Lloyd and Joe L. Rhoden both
Dome
took home five bred gilts
Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. pure
vote on the merits of each In an Is mandatory on the part of of Plant City, Paul C. Rhoden.
attempt to reflect the views of the United States Thursday night. The Slmmonses look over their prize animals lathe Atlanta Oa, and Clyde Rhoden,
our district. WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT picture above. (Photo by Dan Stalner) Live Oak, a sister Mrs Marie .
One action which has pleasedme One of the great Randall, Jacksonville; a step sister -
was the recent vote in the natural resources of our 13-county I Mrs. Bessie Deese, Palm Har-
House to cut'off certain aid to district is our water resources Urge Bureau MembersTo Last Rites Held bor; four half sisters, Mrs. Alice _
Nasser's United Arab Republic. I Our district has been blessed witha Attend Meeting Whatley Live Oak, Mrs. Jewell
think this Is indicative of a grow multitude of lakes streams, J. L. tang, publicity chairman For Rackly and Mrs May Atwell both
ing feeling In this nation and In and rivers along with our coastal for the Suwannee County Sunday of Luke, and Mrs Mable Atwell. i
the Congress about those countries area, and their sound develop- Farm Bureau said here this Mt. Dora; a halt brother W, B. -_.,
which accept our assistance ment is vital to the economic well week that bureau members and Mrs. RobinsFuneral Tillls Palm Harbor: a step brother
and then violently-denounce us. being of our entire district.It other Interested parties are Joe Robinson, Palm Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ratllff wen this flue Dnroc gilt for havingwen
Such reaction Is long overdue andIt is our Intent and purpose to urged to attend a meeting of services for Mn. FloraJ. 25 grandchildren and a great I a place In the Suwannee County Chamber ef Commerce live I
Is m; feeling that we should continue to work on those pro- the Game and Pub Commissionto Robins, II, were held Sunday grandchild. stock promotion project this year. (Photo by Dan Stalnrt)
pursue a strong and vigorous jects which will benefit our peo- be held Friday, March U, at afternoon at 2,:30 p.m. in the Su- Serving as pallbearers were Ben
course of action In foreign affairs 'ple. Perhaps the project in our the Courthouse In Lake City. wannee Funeral Home Chapel In Morgan, Joel Hslman. Young
South Viet Nam is of concern to Oak; his mother, Mrs. Mary Alice Ray Johns Buddy Simpson Ray
district on which the most has Long said a split hunting season Live Oak with the Rev. Elmer Black Mack McCook, Jack Mc-
Baker, Monroe Williams, Aaron
every American. The lives of our been Invested Is the ApalachicolaRiver would be discussed at themeetlnl' Gaskins, the Rev. Clyde McLane. Cook, and Jerald Nichols. Simmons Tucker Live Oak a
servicemen are being lost In daughter Mrs. Carolyn Johns Tucker. Tony Boatright. Larry
site of the Jim Woodruff and that local farmers and the Rev. Jack Stewart off id-
! Southeast Asia in this battle Live Oak: two sisters, Mrs. Vera Taylor. Broward Stewart, W 0
is
Dam at Chattahoochee, and It ating. Burial was In Philadelphia
I Interested In the proposed
against Communist aggresison. I neccessary to continue Improve- were regulations Cemetery under direction of Su- Funeral Services Putnal. Ft. Meade, and Mrs Brim, and Archie. .Starling.
ments in navigation along this wannee Funeral Home. Lessle Mae Baker Live Oak; a
; Successful Wrestler stream. Mrs Robins died Friday night Held brother Ira J. Tucker Jackson Hooks For RugsAfter
I We have several projects un Bahia Honda State Park situated at the Advent Christian Home at ThursdayFor ville. washing throw rugs. put
der the direction of the Corps of only 40 miles from Key West Dowllng Park following a lengthy Serving as active pallbearerswere four or five drapery hooks In one
Engineers which are under study Is the southernmost State Park: Illness Tucker Tim Hart Wayne Tucker, end of each rug as you would put
) at the present time along with in the United States. She was a native of Lynn County Curtis Baker Lance Baker, Eugene them In a curtain and hang with
. the projects now completed or un- I Kansas, and had resided In William D Tucker, native of Chauncey, and Richard hooks over the clothesline This \
, derway. We were most pleased conserve our streams; and, of this county for the past 39 years Suwannee County and resident Tucker will eliminate those turned-undr
with the progress made during course it Is imperative to our She was a member of the Philadelphia of Bartow died February 22: at his Honorary pallbearers Included ends that result from folding an
J our first term in the Congress, fishing Industry. It Is my hope Baptist Church. Bartow home following a brief Jesse Tucker Albert Starling end over the clothesline. with
and we hope to see further Improvements that we will see a number of Survivors include two daughters Illness. Arthur Chauncey, Joe Starling clothespins. .
made In this sesalon'l these projects underway in the Mrs W. J. George, Live Oak, I The deceased was born here
In the Apalachicola current session of the Congress and Mrs. Bethel C. Davis, Gage. June 13, 1912, was a member of I
iji were able In the last session to SUCCESSFUL MOON SHOT Okla.; two sons, John J. Robins the Clayland Baptist Church and
have a portion of the needed Two The United States scored two Impressive Live Oak, and Charles H. Rob- was a miner. I
Mile Channel completed, and extension successes in space last Ins,' Jacksonville; 21 grandchildren Funeral services were held James B. Daniels
of this channel, along week as a Saturn rocket was and 45 great-grandchildren. Thursday February 25. at Clay-
with deepening of the Bob Bikes blasted Into space with a Pegasus Grandsons served as pallbearers land Baptist Church with burialIn
Channel, is very much needed by, payload that will measure meteo- and were Jack Robins, Olenn the adjoining cemetery under
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the commercial fishing Interests rite density In the atmosphere Oort, ROM Robins, Howard direction of Buwannee Funeral Funeral HomesLIVE
, In that area. This is the first such experimentand .Oeorge. Hoke St. Johns and Ernest Home of Live Oak.
We are seeking authorisation will unfold furher mysteries I Robins. Survivors Include his widow,
to complete the missing link In about our universe. Mrs Amy Olivia Tucker, LiveN OAK and BRANFORD
,
the Intracoastal waterway from The second success was the
St. Marks to Carrabelle, along fantastically successful firing of
with the studies which are being the Ranger 8 which landed with- mIllm Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen

'IGary made from St. Marks to Anclote in 15 miles of its projected target equipped ambulances on call twenty-
Key.We on the Moon sending back over
have stutdes requested for 7,000 additional pictures of the four hours each day in both Live Oak
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channels In Taylor County and In Moon's surface. With two successful and
the Lanark Village area In Franklin Ranger launches we have obtained 25 saemuo rnll'RtNeel Branford.
County. In Wakulla Countywe pictures of the Moon's qr
are working for channel Improvements surface over 1.000 tunes better
from deep water to than anything which mankind -CAU. DAY OR NIGHT.....
Spring Creek. had ever been able to obtain be
Harbor projects In Carrabelleand fore. Y flQ
Panacea are under study, I think it particularly significant 362-3333 935-4100
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Preston, son Dr.
along with studies of the Suwannee that our scientists have been
Mrs. Harold F Preston of Live and Santa Fe Rivers. able to fire such shots with such LIVE OAK BRANFORD
Oak oompleted a hlffcly sueressful These are just a few of the accuracy.. Hopes are now high
season wrestling In the projects we are working on and for the two-man Gemini flight "Bony. Madame BO refund on J.
168-pound class for the Sewan- I feel that they are very Impor- later this year and our subsequenttrip NOW FAST 00GREYHOUNOS tha unused portion even If U B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.

nee Military Academy, Sew an- tant to our people. The wise use to the Moon by man.I GO? .

nee, Tennessee. Competing In and and rivers conservation will have of a our very streams direct am.proud of the part I am By BOB BCDYKGREYHOUND : I................................................................
the tough Mid-South Conference allowed to play in this program asa racing dogehave
effect on the future course of de member of the Science and Astronautics ban clocked: at various
the local student finished velopment In our district. Industry Committee, and I speeds with the quickest limed
the season with six victories' must have water; agriculture know all Americans share the at 38 m ph. A cheek of records We and Sell
against a single defeat. must have sound measures to pride we have In this great accomplishment of various tracks show that Ute Buy Shelled Corn
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tIURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, PACE FIVE



iithamptW: I Father-Son Team It Winner Eighty Suwannee f Another Livestock Winner I


> BIU. BEKO ,
METHODS MAKING FAST TO A DOCK High Students I


I ii' Make Honor RollEight A 1 1P

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TIE UP ON UE SIDB s'i
,..,,. ,,,.,,, USING I BOW LINE ONLY i student at Suwannee ,
OR BO WAND STERN High School made the third six
LINES AS SHOWN IN weeks honor roll with straightA
DRAWING TO THE LEFT: average U was announced thla

::::. week by Principal John Johnson.

TEMPORARY I Those gaining this top honor
I : included: live seniors one junior,
Y + Va and two eophomores.
i Seniors gaining the honor were
Nell Evans, Joyce Johnson Randy
Law, Kathleen McTarland\ and
I P Harriet Noblea. Janice Freeman 4 AI
MOOR THE BOW AT AM ry 'nR WM the JurJor mailing the list J
ANGLE ACROSS T OR L ... ; 9 and Dlcy Ann Grappa and Marilyn '
SHAPE DOCK.TEMPORARY i .
Saunders were sophomore earn
ing the top honor.
Appearing on the honor roll
OR PERMANENT with a B or better average were
-," R 19 twelfth grader, 31 eleventh I
, grade ttudenU; 31 In the tenth
: grade; and 11 ninth graders for a
total honor roll of 80 student
PERMANENT Twelfth graders making the
. 4 w honor roll wtth a B average were
"" HERE IS A GOOD J PULLEY Barbara DaIle,. Dobbl Davis _
ARRANGEMENT TO HELPCOMPENSATE Eleanor Dee, Jtmmle Ellis, Rich _
FOR WIND I
WAVES AND TIPE. I'r ard roster Shirley Foy, Alvin
44. a Fullbrlght, Lee Harvard Arthur
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: = PULLEY ON POST / Howard Martha Land Edith Lee
-- Theresa MUllcan. Anne Smith I
CI .. Laurece Toml1n.on. Oeorge Townsend -
.-.ewuw.uaww Richard Townsend. Rebecca
.., t ..... Turman. Rose Marie Webb and
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THE OLD HOME TOWN _u *- By STANLEY ::J.: :
: a; t'1 { Mary WMte.Making .
THAT STRANGER Nf CAN 611 the roll in the eleventh
DANCEDCuHOURS New BOOTS, George and free Haas are *..w. with the. Dare gilt thai they grade were Judy Adams. Darlene
-Th T)41T t ASTFIDDL! BUT HIS FEET leek .._ reeenlly for king a.winner to the llvestork .romolloaront Bowden. Judy Boon; Sylvia ..:;,. _...__n --
MUSK IN THOSS aw WILL. NEVEVBB ..t bring' .held here. I Cheshire Bill Cruse Donald Evans :
POINTED-7O 1t THE SAME.1! Mr. and din Jarne Earl Rww look ever DM Durce hose theyreeelved
Betty Flowers Shirley Foster
BOOTS for bring. a winner' In the Livestock Fromellon Coated I
Becky DIll Harvey Ollmore,
S Lynda Greene Latrelle Harrell. this year. (1'11.'. "y Dan Stalner)

: I ? YOUR nfAUn. Judy Hurst Vivian Johnson
.. Claudle McDonald Shirley Milts ard. Velma Howard Martha Sue Those In the ninth grade listed
j Carolyn Nott, Jackie Ratllff Lee Howes, Lynn Johnson Marilyn on the honor roll were Sid' Allen
----- .t LKITCX L COLT gAN, MA --- Simpson, Fhlytlts Stansel.! and K1rb,. Mickey Law MervIn Libby Vlckl BretUngen, Martha Sue
Phillip Watson Marsha MlUlcan, Judy Naih. Dorsey, Martha CvttU NannetteGreene.
Let's' Talk About Hernias ,Tenth graders earning the ratIng Oayle 0 Hira. Kathy Payne Stanley Hopklna, Patsy I
I wen Carter Bass, Theron Ellsalxth Pouchcr, Marylyn Skinner Palmer Bonnie McLean. DottleRoberson.
nail Janet Broughton. Ray Cor- Wanda Starling. Jeanne Jeanne Schmuta, and
Q: What. a ktrnlaT and troves Others may need bin. John ltd.. Charlotte How- Taylor and Coula Tsscrlos. Beverly Vann.
At! A hernia' ..mmoal, surrry..q.cWly when the
known as e rupture, .. a defect symptoms are severe and there
tt weakness la tte muscle .wsl U the possibility of a compllcation. .
that noruaUy eoclooos a body .
.. '...vlt11.... this protcctlvtUwo When aeglected, a simple. THE "NEW" IN LOAFERS !
b.com..tntch.d sad hernia cue develop Into a complicated
wvakeaod. the eontonte ef the and even a dsngeroue
body eavlty! may auddnUy pro one. Bometlmea a loop of Intestine
. BACK-ROAD rOLKtCNCB --. '- t r.....A..m. *-....-......*&.. eaa push Itself. througha
/" NIGHT the weak spoC hemUl oponlnf Ue groin,
.-------- Q: Are then cause eevere Intestinal symptoms KIDSKIN UPPERSWITH
Hflerwt kinds end make surgery dim-
it aemuar cult.
I At There are It U for thl* fenportaat rue.Yes .
Wife Preservers 1 probably M M that ell known hernias
e I 40 dlffereatklads should bo M ami nod regularly PILLOWSOFT UNINGS 4 1
r of ber.eommo sad kept under eonsUnt medical .
i
x I sacs Tk.I..tIh eupervMosvQ .
: O.1 es e a e i ieiear Should surgery be 'used
la the only u Ue last resort In Ue $12.99
l frets Infulnal and femoral treatment ef a hernia TAt THE PAIR ,
bernuis .
ywy..r. )
Absolutely not The do-
A fcemUi of Ue dlaphraxm, statue to operate .. based MUe
or hiatus hernia, occurs more mature Judgment and .*.
T frequently past middle age sad perlooce of Ue doctor.
la Uio elderly.There AVAILAIJLK: IN:
The a nata,.. and disadvantages .
are aloe hernias of the
A,bsel.. N burl a.5 of surgery are carefully 0 RED o
1 bladder, the easel (umbUicoslaad '
f
t *d.te..1MrwMpkbMpay evaluated and take Into
...
ether lureas
many
bore fteWvM wSel MM! e.A.w.l
consideration Ue of Ue 0 NAVY ,;
Yeu went 1M to economise.ao -.l el.f4/4 dnK eves bo a .tents ot Uebrala. age
patient his occupation and Ue
-caa anything lie cheaperUtaa w.paeltaUa1IOI 4 by Uehernia. 0 !HONK: ,ft
mud!" Q: What are the moot fro- .
west cauaes ef heraltsT 0 SPRING GREEN: I, ;
A) Some hemlae occur ass Surgery U very often the '
"
I birth defect and are referred __.. oafeet sad most tunservatlve 0 IILACK _"
to as *g.Ntel, hernias. form of treatment.It 1i

r Meats acquired la taUr Uf. I Is undtrtUadable Uat eo .. oe
@o@@rn D J are soapy due te ........ or unusual many people aro afraid of surgery .
atrala oa pr tectr. run and consider an operalM
ele Untaga only u a last resort The Smart ShoesExrbulrrly
HoralM aomeUmee' fellow alto ..,.t, of modem anesthesia leso
domlnal ....UoM ParUeulorIf > great, and Ue recovery period .
jgodabfeBargain] la the elderly, the. muatleeef M rapid that suggested ;11/... Ours In

> 1 the abdominal wall are surgery should. not be put off -. -. ,..., .......,.. NNe
te .
from weekend and eooaeIoMn/ give Ue dsy wbea there Mlonger LIVE: OtK
my undor friosuro. any choice and Ue eondlUnej .
Coast io CoastSTERLING Q: What le Ue tn.ta st hoMmee aa emergency. SHOE DEPT.

,fee a hernia* trade Dr. Celnne* .......(
At The treatment a bends derfoae fe -... MdtvUMl .
depeade eat Ue etteat, u.. to.eUfc .."..., ae WUI aee reodere* S..e..eu..awes.u.a..a..a..a.a..uue.........uuu.au.u..u..uu.
*, u.. eywptome and Ue e..eer4e.e *s ale e.ln..a ..a.... 1:
saves.1 bwapoctUUea awed ev1 ,...... and .obis /4f, :: .1
hewn re e/ ,eer.,l "'_f. AUriHre :
f benOaj CM be trusted ..r 5dt.... I. Dr. Celemoa Mrore
., tr enth belta abduMUsuU _
eunnrUIO e/ Isle imnfuftr. :
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$100 \\ IRRIGATION i !


NEW COMPLETE SYSTEMS i
ALL TRAILER OWNERSAccording
INSTALLED &: FINANCED i

bySMITHCORONA DISTRIBUTORS FOR i

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS i to recent Supreme Court ruling In January, 1965 case number

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. i 33,474 all houao trailer are subject to personal property tax, ef'
TO ,..... MM*. M portobW new .*... Ufl. eslresK S. ELECTRIC MOTORS : '.cU,. January 1, IOCS.I '

....... fceybeeMl; tew, .lew ewtoUo ". REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE i would appreciate all trailer 0....,. cooperation In thle. matter. I'leaa
The) 1963 SterCng h the Weol lam Jt ,..,oLI.IuD .- RACE AND RACE AND i report four trailer to the Tat Aeseaaor office "before April lit 1969.

feotwrtd for Full family.e.HJgrnpeed Tiring your title, bill ef .. ., duplkaU title' or some form of ownershipthat .
key-Mt tabulator SURE KANE FITTINGS i will' show make, model and aerial number

Cxcfiniv p0Q.9oy.-9n01; $ bottom PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE I
page I The only' exception to thl are the trailer owner who have moved their
IRRIGATION NEEDS
New mar-proof finish Firm .,01." table! trailer ton Parcel. of 'lend that they hare fee simple' Utle to and have

Qukk-..t margin Trimlirw. Carrying CoM ESTIMATES GIVEN I applied. for Homestead Kxempttan. ,?, ,

ie.Ar IOVCN rnm COWMMcCRfflON'S GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY | 3 MIe, t
1 Trailer owner do not have to buy a current Uf until they move the I
p,. N ..rw..a., trailer state highway.. : '\>' v .
rii c..o. ...... ... -:; on a '"
I %Jeu:w HACKNEY BROTHERS i IPion.
.".- .-...::; For farther Information call the Tax AaMaaora Office. I
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OFFICE SUPPLYSALES FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. WM. HUBBARD GRAY !


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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1963v


HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS Teacher Of The Year .I ", Bcachvillc /'

I
By We were very glad our pastor but hope all our sick :will soar be
MISS IDA JO HARRISON Rev. F. E.Day of Lake City, was well again
'
Home Demonstration Agent ,My able to be with ui again Sunday We are having some cool weather
9 u after an illness. Mrs. Day came and it hurts after our warm
advantage with him. weather.
After many years of being a great in making the
mY visited
Mr. and Mrs. Don Odom and Jesse and Johnny Kirby
known as Home DemonstrationClubs
rooms appear cooler.
in Cedar Keys Sunday.
Donay and Sammy, visIted -
In the has children.
change When
a namQ planning color schemesfor
of Jacksonville visIted
Mrs. Woods -
relatives In Tampa a few days
been voted on and accepted. Na. a room, limit :your use of colors yla here Saturday.
tionally. State, and In Suwannee to no more than three. For a N last week, S.
County, the group la officially most pleasing effect use these We are glad that Clyde Odom Is
known as the Extension Homemakers three colors in unequal amounts. hone again after being a patientIn Winston Griffin ServingOn
Club. Mrs. Charlie Hunt. Use some light tones, some dark the Lakeshore Hospital In Lake Aircraft Carrier
er tells me that the Florida State tones anti some medium tones City nearly a week.
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Cason spent USS SHANGRI-LA (CVA 38)
Its
Organization changed name If a bright color is used In a room
last summer following the Na. the amount should be limited and several days In Jacksonville last (FHTNO Machinist's Mate
week visiting Mrs. Canon's mother Second Class Winston C. Ortffln.
tlonal Recommendations. The Su the largest area should be In a H
wannee Council accepted the more neutralised color. 'I 1 I Mrs. Amos Green of Lake City USN son of Phillip Griffin of Live
name change in the fall of 1964. In planning a color scheme fora ,In the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Oak has departed Mayport aboard
This change In name was done for room, one may choose to use Mr. and Mr'Jlota Spooner and the attack aircraft carrier OSS
the purpose of updating and In only one color and use various daughter, Olnger, of Jacksonville Shangri-La, for duty with the
keeping with the present day values and)ntensltlea. This typeof Mr. Kenneth Wood In the upper right photo, was recently chosen to receive the American Indu- were guests of relatives here last U. S. Sixth Fleet In the MedIter-

trends In home economics Extension as car color scheme is referred to as trial Arts Teacher of the Year Award for the State of Florida. This selection eame from a 'Mass week Mrs.end.Jennings Starling and son ranean.While with the Sixth Fleet the
rted out through the monochromatic. One chooseto
Service. may Production" merthod used In his teaching of industrial arts at Snwanneo High School and from his of Brooker were here last week on Shangri-La will provide a mobile
use a contrasting color scheme article appearing a bulletin on Industrial art. The award will be presented at the annual eonven.. account of the Illness of her lather air base at sea for attack and
where un-related color (
opposite -
lion of Industrial arta. held In Tulsa, Oklahoma April 15. Clyde Odom. reconnaissance aircraft In support -
each other on the color
Homemakers enrolled In Extea wheel) are used. Another way to At the left Is shown a few of the tool used by students In their study of technology. Born sta- Rev. Marvin Odom filled his of the fleet. .
lion Clubs not only receive educational plan a very pleasing color schemeIs dents are engaged In the mass production of book raeta. Democrat Staff fhoto) appointment with the Deep Creek a .
Advent Christian Church Sunday. We are made wise not by the
Information for improv.ing
to use related colors together;
home life but do community those which are next to each other Ins dish; cut vents to allow escapeof I I Bake in moderate hot oven (400' I II I about 25 minutes. Serve immediately We are sorry that Mrs. M. M. recollections of our past but by
services. The ladles at Beulah recently on the color wheel. steam. Place topping on pie.I F).until pastry is lightly browned, I 4 to I servings. Tldwell continues on the lick list the responsibilities of our future.

sponsored a workshop These are just a few tips to remember -
making cancer dressings. Mrs. when planning your color -
Snowden Lee and Mrs. R. L. All- scheme. You may obtain more information
brltton reported a most successfulday. on color planning from
These dressings will be used the Home Demonstration Office. .%. :
with bed patients over the county. Remember that the use of color
7ke
This Is one of the community ser can be one of the simplest and bI
vice projects which all of the 8u least expensive ways for a more
wannee County Extension Club pleasing home decor. wa
members have participated in.
Members from several other clubs
met at the Beulah Community Winter is especially a good time
Center for this workshop. They to prepare pork for family mea4i s
were Mrs. Walton Platt, Mrs. And with the Livestock Promotion
Wallace Boatrlght, Mrs. Ross Program In this county a great
Boatrlght. Mrs. Ted Herring, Mrs success Thursday night I thoughtthis
i Alfred Allbritton Mrs. Billy would be a good time to pass
Hunter. Mrs. Annie McIntosh, along a favorite pork pie recipeof
I Mrs :Millie Flowers Mrs. Lois Mrs. Lynn Johnson's of the
I Flowers, Mrs. B. F. Durham, and New Harmony Community. Un
Miss Gall Lee. derstand it's quite tasty and :you
might like to trig itt? fre54e6t4JeceVV
I 3 cups cubed cooked pork
Color can be the key to success 3 cups sliced carrots
ful home decoration. The right 3 tablespoons fat
1 color can add much In providinga Yt cup chopped peeled onion
pleasing background for family 3 tablespoons flour
members to enjoy. IVi cups well-seasoned chicken .eethat fact and these figures ire why se nniy ,. V
Color Is a very person! thing broth

I effects and has on different people. Various psychological colors !/a teaspoon liquid meat seasoning INDEPENDENT LIFE lolkykolden are felled ii ,

effect people differently, thus, \'t teaspoon ginger (optional)
when planning color schemes, the 1/8 teaspoon dry mustard .
family members' favorite colors 1 teaspoon salt
should be considered.The 1 cup chopped green peppers BETTER INSURED FAMILIES
color wheel Is one of the 1/18 teaspoon thyme .
basic tools used by professional Va package pastry-mix 'V""
decorators as well as lay. people Cook carrots until barely ten

for planning harmonious color der in small amount of boiling ....
plans. According to the color salted water. Melt fat over moderate '::::*.
wheel there aw two color families. beat.*ld onion and cook one \:... CONDENSED .
' They are the warm colors and minute. Stir in flour; add chicken STATEMENT OF CONDITION ." ... 1
the cool colors. These can be used broth and cook, stirring until AI 0' DICIMIU, I'M
to a great advantage In planning sauce thickens. Add liquid meat .
color schemes for various rooms. seasoning, ginger, mustard, and ASSETS UABIUTIES

The rooms receiving little sun can salt. Combine sauce, pork, carrots .oNeS teurve for life 'ollcl.a end' c.ntnlctl,0',2IUWS,
be given warmth and cheerfulness and Pour into 2
green peppers. U, L OoY.mmtnt 3,141,919,61
le.erve for ASH Cofttrocll
by using the warm colon: such quart greased shalow baking dish "Ut1Ut
as the reds, the :yellows, or the Keep )in warm place and prepare Stele, County 1 Municipal UU'C7".C. Supplem.ntary c.ntnKt ClaimsVPoye i. U7o22.oJ

oranges. The rooms exposed to pastry, topping. Add thyme to Public Utility U,300UU1 Policy end c.ntrocll 'oyobt. .. -, ',",744.C2
the south or west receive a great pastry-mix; add water according ''nelutrlol 17,14C,71" Prem'um.' lecelv.1I .. Advent 'S7,4U.U
amount of sunlight and especially to directions in package Roll burned
in our locality the cool colors pastry out on lightlyflouredboard 121,153.11 Commlnlons Due end Accrued 24,560.16
green and blues can be used to in shape to fit top of bak- STOCKS .Oenerol bpen"l Du. end Accrutcl 17SOOO.00
Public Utility Preferred
1,21',472.00 Te1ew Ucenses end ,... Due end Maud 1.221,7".50

Public Utility Common -, ,711,707.00 \movnta Wlthhel41 ., ApeM os lrvee.. ,452,37'.54
For The Beat In link, Treat end Insurance Company 121"29.00
UrMfI..rm.. ", ''IIC__ 26,2U.0
\ Indu.trlo') Common 1,442,2'0.00
1 ROOFING Agesh 1oi0llCea ",264.IS
lol/rood/ .f..11
CALL COLLECT '01"44.00 lecvri/y VoIMtI. Reserve 4"04.22
Sowings end loon Aasectmtoa
f Share.33,000,00 Other 1IoblllI.. 27'-17S.n
I STANDARD ROOFINGand Invutmsnt .In Herald Life '''."rone. Co. ,021,001.04

Pint Mort"o" Loo"l .n Reel Ist.t. 59,2,132.67 TOTAL usnvrs AND LlAIILITItS -$117,125,2".0'

Reel (a,... 1.135,351.41
SHEET METAL CO. Capitol hock S 4.0100,05

t 211 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244-2646 Coah endonk D.pollt. 5,176,15'.73 Onvp C.'Itf'1IC1YO' 210,3".65
FREE BONDED Premiums Doe and UlICollected 2,60',145.2'

ESTIMATES V ALDOST A'S BEST ROOFERS 'Inveannenl Income Dee end Amued 122,0".2' furpiw IU26.7U.l0'.

Loo" ta Pollcyholdm ... S4'01.4Q TOTAL CAPITAL AND au.nus _S 20,122.01.10

., Other loa.." 1,104.21 TOTAL IlSnvn, ttA11Imue CAPITAL-
.
TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS3131,2l/,790IS AND IUlnUS .... Ig7,2l/a90.I.
.moo.

Save on seed cost. .
HIGHUCMTS

PLANT 2 TO 3 EXTRA ACRES lift OVER; INSURANCE A BIUION DOLLARS MOil THAN 38 MIllION PAID' TO
IN rORC _. .S1m.73B,12400 'OUCYHOtDUS AND BENtfldARItSRIURVt .,.3 3U34.30f.00

I : PER BUSHEL WITH COKER'SII MILLION ASSETS OVER MARK THI HUND 0.._. .$ U7,2 $,7ro." 2 MRUON FOR rOUCtMOtDtRJ PIOTtCTION Of- OYIR .. IO',1SJ,261.11

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I You get more seed In a bushel
I ;of Coker corn than In the same : -"

; grade of most other hybrids. t. '' DIRECTORS'
Up to 25-30,000 more kernels (, .
per bag! Depending on your JACOt P. BRYAN, HI Chairman
willow c IYON si OOt L (
.planting rate you can plant up A.IOU
JAMeS H. STANUY CRACI D. COBOURM
f to three extra acres per bushel
O. HOWARD BtYAH BURTON C. BRYAN
.with Coker seed corn. Yourperacre
CHAlLIS A. JNtADt WILLIAM A. HOWARD
seed cost Is less, you
AUX HOWARD!>>
LUCY' B. GOOMNO
make fewer stops In the field,
L M. LYON
and handle fewer bags of seed. VIRGINIA r. MEMORY

Motet At recommended planting

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:.ti SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK.. FLORIDA PAGE .crvrustor's ._ _nSubscriptions
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w. Parables of Judgment ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON hAlh.al. ._....

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below art new IUbacrlp:1::1
WM. V. (BID) PIERCE tons and subscriptions renewedto ;
...r the Suwannee Democrat from '
l Minister, Live.Oak Church of Christ February 18 to February 25.
r NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMattie
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e touch of faith on our part ginning anew a new today. i 1 M Mrs. John Tull. Aurora Ill
; u* friends with our blessed a new tomorrow In which MlM Sherjrl Folsom Gainesville 1
.Aa the woman In Mark 0:25 there should be no more pain, no George Edenfleld. Jasper
I did the touching and her 111i Raymond Henderson
more Buffering, no persecution no .. Jasper
i left her, ao a real touch with cruelty, no hunger, no neglect no la Ik* tr' M*II UM Mitt Jaw atIk -..._-d Sew Ik* pod ... MthfulMnwU WkM OuUt r.tuna all KvUif pM* recr. is awtMsg ** Urn* I* OiJMU Mrs. Howard 1* Howe L. O. j
Lord can cure ua of many disillusionment, no broken promises trMccniOTI UK TlTfin Ml totlowmj .. .... wUI hikffl Uw SUBO MM war Mara ......* HI* JudfMiit.UM Iullt.o, wee Mu5lwp. a*. SClUPTIONS RENEWEDWIIliam
fig* no death. When faith touchesour UM whys taut. Ik* King* U Ik. p.rsW..5 Ui. Utenu. .k*.r M HU HIM tout... tile MUMM Ik. tott IMUVWMM* and E. Nichols, Coahocton,
tan of ooh Tim Tko. ..... .
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fnfwn4 fat nfiiM to UM Unto Oo* |.U M HI* 1.5%. SUMMd fee OMIT MkMM Ikm U swsMlsesear..gse..cM.IMw! The setting of this text la ad life these are the things that H!. Mum war a.4 Ik* a.... Ik* gin* uimu fat nu NT*** wot k* g-MitinM. tile .*..p wui Inkvil. WXYlgdoMMotUuw U::61.... Ohio
picture -v colorful appeal wo are assured of. Heb. 11:1.: Kiifdom ckad-.tutor aaaesa s okdMniw4.UtUMw saes-so. au0, OOUDKN TKXTl M.tUww 14.14 Joe Sherard. tit. L. O.
and of absorbing Interest. The -Now faith la the substance of Mrs. Beasts Warner Ht, U O.
)dent take place In a city things hoped for the r evidence of C II. Prltchard. Wellborn
t. packed with crowds of things not seen" News And Activities From II Revival Begin, Sunday Airman Cundiff Geta Van Jones, McAtpIn

pie. They were caught up In When we walk In faith we have At Dhonto Haptta Awanl For Suggestion C. A. Kennedy, jasper

Infection of curiosity, aDd things to become real that cannot THE RECREATION CENTER Revival services .will be held at SPOKANE Wash. Airman Mra. R. E. Stokes L. O.
lUna along In their very mlds be seen by the natural t'U. 3 Dlvonla Baptist Church starting first Class Joseph D. Cundiff Jr. Nolan Wilkes L. O.
this sick woman who only Cot J.I: : "'\>t we walk; by faith of and Mrs D. Roy Hunter L. O
Sunday, March 1, and continuing son Mr Joseph
the desire to touch his cloth not by sight. We offtlmea hear By ROr SULLIVAN. DtreeUrRegistration W. M. Jernlgan. L. O
thru the following Sunday or Cundiff of Live Oak haa been given
Her faith waa ao great she the cliche:: : -Seeing la believing SUwannee County Health De
March 14. Services mill be held a cash award at Fairchild APB.
w she had to touch: Jesus to but true faith U the reverse. Believing U underway for gin at 4.30: pjn. partment. L. O.
(healed. Thla woman had no Is seeing! The woman in email games tournament to, be Seventh and eighth! grade basketball each evening at T:30: pm. with Wash, for his military improvement International Paper Co., Madl-
held the Rev Ellis Turner aa the guest suggestion
at the Recreation
Center for ended
|bt about the goodness of Ood our text could ate her salvation play Monday. IOn
at a contrast between the faith hut by touching the Master's fifth and sixth grade boys and Plana for a kite show for contestants minister Airman Cundtffa suggestion apart Olenn Smith. HI, L. O.
his woman and a man 1 talk. ,annents.Heuen girls. Games for boys include rotation eight to 12 years old will Rev. Turner Is the field secretary of the cost reduction campaign J. O. Brim Rt. L. O.
i one day. He was very trou- Keller, shortly before her billiards table tennis, be held at a date to be announced for District Pour of which being waged throughout the .. 8. M. Mapel. L. O.
and expressed his doubts M alxtleth birthday, pity checkers, Chinese checkers, and later. Preparations for this show the Suwannee Association Is t Air Force. J. 0.11111,1.0.
expresses horseshoe Oames for the girls be made the following The airman U a preventive II. Ocala
goodness of God. He said for the real unseeing, for tboae can aa part.The George Ortggs.
don' know what I shall do who have eyes yet do not see, Include Jacks table tennis, check I events take place: largest flyable Rev Truett M. Comer la medicine specialist at Palrchlld. Oilda Koon. O'Brien
all this worry and trouble. Her long years of physical blindness era. and Chinese checkers Games home made box kite, largest flyable pastor at Dlvonla Church and Ills base supports the Strategic C. D. Starling Branford
| the same moment. I saw a bad given her a spiritual In. will be played between 4:00 and T kite, and longest distanceIn this week said everyone la welcome Air Command mission of keepingthe O. J. McCullera. Rt.. U O.
looking over a stone wall. "Do sight which enabled her to enjoy 1:00: pjn. on weekdays and 9.00: the air for commercial kites to attend this aeries of ser nations Intercontinental missiles Aulden D. Mustrov, L. O.
know why that cow la look- life In all Its fullness. She says,, to 12 am. to noon on Saturdays and home made kites. vices and Jet bombers on constant Dewttt W Johnson Macclenny
over that atone want" :I .If the blind put their hand in Tournaments begin Monday and Baseball program for the coming a e alert. Dear Fennel McAlpIn
eel. "No.- said the man, God's they find their way more pairings will be posted. season will fall Into three Your success. If :you are vlae. A graduate of 8uannee High Mrs. J, & McClellan McAlpIn
J'" I said The cow to surely than those who see but Registration for seventh eighth categories: does not depend upon somebody School. Airman Cundiff attended Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch
king over the wan because: she have no faith or purpose. and ninth grade boys and girls 1. Tadpole Boya age eight else Eastern Washington State Col. ni., L. o.
see through It." That Sa The woman touching the Lord for paddle tennis and horseshoes and nine but>> not 10 before August !less Q D. Lord. L. O.
at you must do with your trouB. of glory la a matter of history, will end at 6:00 pn. on March .. 1. sty :37. lie la married to the former Mrs George Shelter, Lake City
." I told him. Faith enables ua but the spiritual facts are these Pairings for these events will be X Junior League Boya age The baseball diamond will be Lynda J. Blackburn daughter of Mrs W. D. Hawthorn, Jack.
(get above circumstance and she had no money only faith. posted Monday and play will be- 10, 11. and 11 but not 13 before I ready for play lOOn due largely to Mr. and Mrs P. K. Blackburn of sonvtlle
to our blessed Savior who la August I. Manila Philippines.IliuieM Mrs Jim Cordei. Connersvtll,
She met him on the street ahe i help linn the recreation department .
|r all. and able to relieve ua of tad no private audience with the One can feel close In the crowd I. Pony League Boys age 13, by Fred Glass who loaned a Ind.
burdens. Lord. She touched him In a without touching the Lord 14. and It but not 16 before August truck tractor scraping blade, and Sand ) Lore C. W. Clayton L. O.
130th verso: "And JIIUI.1m- crowd she touched him In That U the trouble with most of 1.Early. a, tractor dirt scoop pan to dl.. Band dunes some nearly a LOTH L. R. Ledbetter Orange
lately knowing hJuaelf that PATH in desperate faith ua. We are following the cro.."'. registration for then tribute the dirt hauled. In by the thousand feet high cover a sixth Park!
tue had gone ou. of Ilan AND HE STOPPED. Not many of ua are actually In leagues will begin Monday at the High school through the Board of the Sahara the National Geographic Mri. Harold Wolfe, L. 0,
him about In the press The touch of one anonymous touch with the Master.Olv Center under .supervision Jimmy County Commissioners.The aaya. Arabs use 10 dlferent e a
laid, who touched mysT" I woman in a crowd halted the Christ a chance. Tell him Poole. baseball dugouts 11'11haY'\ [ words to describe the ..,i. Unknown Until I 19304Olaw
In the crowd that was Lord of glory. The wonderful all about It Just as If he dldnt Scheduled to play for a dance permanent block seats put In this GUI shapes and alsea One nomadic fiber one of the most
vine Jesus were not theolo- truth of this Incident 1s SHE know a thing. In the telling be absolutely Saturday between I:00 and 11:00: reek, thanks to a donation of tribe: gives the treacherous shift. rraallle manufacturing rnaterl
na or representative of rov TOUCHED HIM AND SO CAN I l honest and alncere. Holdback pm. Is The Jades. Over 100 students labor by Harry Taylor of Taylor's log dunes pet names to placate alr was unknown to housewives
vet. but thaN from the ow. WE. The human touch has the nothing attended the dance Prbru- Grocery stare them. and drapers until the early 1930s.
walks of life. Any outcast. power to arrest Ood. Yes to I .-
.. aid tell you of him.They wanted top him. to halt him to make
look: on his face to lee the qual. him aware of our problems our
1 of hla expression that seemed pains our petitions. We cannot .
i;promise ao much to tw weary Justify our little faith by aay
heavy laden: that look that Ins "Who am not or "What am
to offer healing of mind I that Ood win take special notice
I soul forgiveness of sin to of. of met-
1 another' chance In life by be- We need to touch him. Moat of
ua are thronging him just like
he crowd It la ao easy to
OS him. Many people come close to S\\a9
him. but never touch him. Corm
Ins close la not enough The woman
6t666 did not lass some close. You
may Bin a bus by a second butt
Is gone and you are left behind.
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I Completes Basic section of the North edge of Sec-I Presents Prize At Lake City Hone Show thruout the county the way"&e

tion 6 Township 6 South, Range committee wu formed. ho" it

JH4iJe I IS East, and SR 347 and continue < operates and Its findings to date.
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West approximately 4.8 mile to Other committee member have

$1 SR 249 (Humphries). I presided and made remark on

i gWASHINGTO 2B 8R 137 South and\ South- 1 the group' work at most meet-

east to SR 20 approximately 14.3 e ings.

1 MARCH OF EVENTS miles (Project No. 37540-1602)) All three committee members

N'v (Hancock & Humphries expressed thanks and appreciation

1 I B J', $ I N A TI AIDI I SiLVER DOLLAR 2C Beginning at approximately to member of the school

RILED OVER HOSPITALS |I RENEGI 01 miles South of the board. Superintendent Henry If.Folsom. .

ANOTHER SORE POINT Northeast corner of Section 10 school principals and oth-

By IIENRY OATIIOART Township 3 South, Range 13 East er official for their close cooperation

Central Frets Washington Writer and continue approximately 30 in providing detailed Information -

WASHINGTON u President Johnson hat tended to miles Southland West along (Ian on school: operaton.

relations with coma congressional existing county road to an Intersection Ratllff said he had asked both

leaders, so have they misgauged his understanding of their local with SR 137 (Hancock), Bub-committee to complete their

and state political problems.It 3 Commencing on North side study and prepare their reports]

was quite a sight to witness a recent uprising in the Senate of SR 10 and resurface Houston with as little delay u possible In
where Avenue to North end of now existIng order that
Lyndon Johnson's Information be
No. 1 lieutenant can
In that
i __.. __ body, Sen.
1 Mike Mansfield of Montana- was joined by avenue, then continue North given people of the county for

Republican Leader Sen. Everett M. Dirksen In and Northeast approximately 8.8 their consideration In the near

denouncing the administration' miles to Sheriffs Boys Ranch with future.
attempt to e
close some veterans hospitals. a secondary road (Roberson), HOevarP11 .

Another development that angered the nor- 3A Duval Street In Live Oak

mally mild Mansfield was the Treasury') effort beginning at Walker Avenue and No.7

to renege on minting some new silver continuing approximately 1.3! At the conclusion: of the state

dollars, a project that western senators miles to Lee Avenue to be resurfaced program, an award will b* made

Jammed through the last session of Congress Pvt. Rodney Boone, son of Mr. sidewalks, curb and gutter to the three clubs which excelledIn

with the tacit approval of the administration. and Mrs Willie Boone, O'Brien, ; widened all the way (Rober the overall program.Announcement .

u In recent Senate history, not all majority and 1961 graduate of Branford son). .. was made this,,
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leaders have unfailingly supported all White High School, recently completed 3B Beginning where Section .. -... --- week of plan to present certificates -

House positions but it is always of'maini basic training at Fort Jackson line between Section One and Pictured above are Mice Barbara. Lynn McDarid.. granddaughter to honor student at Suwannee '

5.n. Mansfield Interest when the two part In Two in Township 2 South, Range High School by the local Jaycee >
company. the S. C and has bren assigned to of Mrs. Charles O. Johnson and the late Mr. Johnsonof !
above Instances the 12 East Intersects with South side group. I.
I very sharpness of the I Ft. Stewart for advanced train- this city, and David Maxwell, sales manager ef Ward Fertiliser
Majority leader break has Johnson supporters somewhat con- of SR 10 and run South to Inter- The Jaycee group will present
ing after which he will returnto Co. Branford, presenting the Southern
angered cerned. section of SR 81 (Home). Nitrogen Trophy to Pat certificates to all student makingan

The greatest opportunity for a healing of his local unit Company A, 3C Beginning where County Falls of Weitenhook Farm, West Palm Beach for lint place in A* thruout the year and all

this wound !lies with Mansfield rather than with Johnson or his 187 Armor. road Intersects with South side the Junior Western Pleasure Clan at the Lake City Charity Hone honor roll student at the end of

aides. Mansfield Is.noted as a calm, philosophical fellow. Once of SR 136 in Section 15. Township / the year Further detail of this

he's made his point of Independence from White House domina. I 2 South, Range 14 East, and run Show.Ward Fertiliser presented a $300 prl e In the Open Cutting project are to be determined.In .

let tlon with his own Montana constituency, he can be expected to Funeral TodayAt approximately 4.2 miles along ex- Clew won by Foes Jessie and Southern Nitrogen presented $%00 another Jaycee action It wu

bygones be bygones. sting county road rightofwayto announced that Miss Linda Rae
The In price money Including the Senior Cutting Clat won by Duchess
question is: Will President Johnson? SR 10 (Hancock), Blnglettry of Live Oak has been

e e e Orange For 4 walker Avenue, beginningat Ann. warded a nursing scholarship
CLOSE The event was beld In Lake City Saturday and Sunday and
CONNECnOJf-Jaclc Valenti, one of President Howard Street and run to under term of a long standing

Johnson's White House aides, seems always to be near the Silas Mercer Longleaf Drive, curb gutter and drew a large crowd from this city greement and a project local

President But the cloesness of the connection wasn't realized sidewalks (Home & Bonds). Jaycees: conduct under joint sponsorship

An by many until the following incident circulated in Washington. Silas J. Mercer, life long resident 5 Paving Jenkins Street while that of Charlotte was 62.4. worth chairman of the commit with the Board of Trus- ;k
official
that answered phoned Valenti at the White House and as the voice of this county, died here from Suwannee Avenue to Dade County's population was I tee' physical plant! subcommittee -, tees of the Suwannee County I

"Lyndon Johnson was unfamiliar" the caller asked "Who Is this?" Tuesday morning following a Broughton Street and paving counted at 935.100 In 1960. It Is have explained to patron Hospital. 1

came the reply. The flustered official lengthy Illness lie was a farmer Broughton Street from Jenkins estimated to have reached 1,095
apologized, saying: "Excuse '
to bother me, Mr. President. I didn't mean and resided on Route Four. Street to Plant Avenue. (Humph 000 on July 1, 1964, up from the
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you. was Just calling Jack Valenti" "Oh, that'si all ries), 1,077.000 estimated for the county 1- Public Notices I
j right; the President replied. "I often take Valentl' calls when Mr. Mercer was born In this 8 Beginning where County
he s busy" county July 1, 1888 and was a July 1. 1983.
road intersects with SR 349 be- a .
S e e e member of the Rocky Sink Bap-
'I 61 A "LOST" LETTER-The Reserve Officers tist Church. tween Section 12 and 13 and run No. Gmatter NOTICE UNDER: FICTITIOUS ohm HknlttW t ko '
Association is West along existing road right-of- OR TRADE NAME LAW Eoout:.* w tk* ****r .tlk :::
fighting
vigorously against the Johnson administration plan to Funeral services will be held today would be revolved within TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .. >.4 tk* MIM .f tk* BTOJMt.Tk. .
6.2 miles to
!?erie..V! )* Army Reserve into the National Guard. ( ) at 3:00 at way approximately next 10 day. Motlc to 1.n/ *Irs tk.. the. into Marl ..**...e tk. ...., t* nail
Thursday the
i light, In waging pm. intersection of SR 51 (Bonds). tin**., ........ .* Id* f tot It ton. MM u, or .11 ...... ..4 I* WM*. .., tforrulllW
4 they're reaching for any and all arguments that may Orange Baptist Church with the Howard State school officials released (..,.... C"..... Ittll, *r *..tI.. 51.5. ... ( ..
be perluaslve. Rev. Tom Allen officiating. Burial 7 Houston Avenue 200.000 to the riorM llA'"'''. un.11 r..l.t.. Tk. Bou-4 .. Pkll. .._....
Some of the leaders of Street to llth Street curb, gut approximately with ,lie Clerk .f ,II. Circuit Court laas of *..*._ CM.tr. rtorM
1 this group believe that the late President will be in Orange Cemetery under and sidewalks (Home) credit of this county In capital for .._...* Com!*. HorUm. as a, HENRY .. rOLSOM)
Kennedy was presented a similar proposal and that he direction of Suwannee Funeral ter outlay fund to add to the federal .. rOlpt *f P rool ., ukllllM. .f ,.k.. ..............,
opposed It. They believe sulks. th. fMltlo*. r..mo t ltlCRAPCTTE 41-44 .
that
ho
voiced his opposition In a Home of Live Oak.Survivors grant and this Is the amount aOTTLinG CO. I
letter to the then Gov. Mike DISalle of Ohio. No. 3Prior thought to construct .. i According to individuals who recall the include the widow, necessary W. ..,.... t* *.(... l. .k..1 lMm Is To WHOM IT MAT CUNLKKNI <
Kennedy letter, Was J P K Mrs, Laura Jane Mercer, Live to construction of the this portion of the count,'* over- 14*. Oak. Florid. .o4 Mr ...01...* U ail NOTICE; I M ....., ..* .. tatooMo* 1
T declared that such a proposal would ... .. ....... ...... .. ... .. .
housing units the all plan for better schools. I, .II. Ll Oak. r. ..lr to tk IMS ***> Iko i
I strike at the very heart of federal-state relation- Opp..d I It Oak; three sons Roy, Mack, and on two sites TI..zIwl of .w....... I. stk.M. .. Florto* LclIMr' for Uo *O--M* ofoo
ships., Marshall Mercer, all of Live Oak; property located on the land paid Clarence H. Ratllff, chairman ... i. W. ,_.... 4S ail or O.U. I* wno.4 or *..rile4.
Te Move? t. W. P.l.5s.. awl tk. Ck.rtr .. tko. Cltr of ..... t
t I However, thus far no one hat been able to three sisters, Mrs Patsy Lane owner of the lots paid $11682 to of the school advisory committee 1>.,.. Mil. lit <./ ef Hank A.D. It*.. Ook. .......... or Mkonrto. kr ......._ *
locate Thwe a and Mri. Della Frazier, both of the city and 1153.88 to the county said here Tuesday that the committee hauls .. ootk. _!.. i* pus.M* for oo or

DlSaiies, .C,,PV.A turn It up, it rood will mutually chance, though come, to that light 1* Live Oak, and Mn, Janie Shiver, for 1961 taxes, the executive director ha now held meeting with J. w., J.P.wkhMn w,.r.......' _..,..r.N \lie...i.IIo".Il'. ... c'-' ., ,... the.d ,

in the Kennedy paper. Eagle Lake; a brother Charlie] stated. patron at_ each. school In the ..... U.* Ook. rioriox. t* pus-Ss for tko I
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Member of the ROA Lore the will b. In tta.vI : Mercer, Live Oak; six grandchildren U. county ana has begun its work in .ffloor of tko. Cltf MopoMtlM for ntraoroloorfir I* a

recovery and two step finalizing its recommendations as NOTICE OF UCAL LEGISLATION ._ irf.roii4 ....*( raw ofMm
No. 4 >NOTICE> I* IwrooT 51r" ef kMmtkwto ..
I 'tor ,
or W .raw. ,
a ItAndchUdren'l to the schools needed to providethe .rplr" to .... IMS *o..l*. of tile w.Mo4 Mk = lo
of Mr. and Mri. L. O. Dudley of best education for the most ......... Locution for u.. *MW.. of .. I, S... or ...-. ./fhor. .nloni to raw
:' One of the this city, will go to the expedition, Ao .. ...-4 .. ..r.lo oo4 tile orw MOM Mi lip *ot. .... But .* ....
Rites Held Here For MrS Clark children of the county.uld *0, Art. rl U 0> OOOJOOMXIOO Of .
la to
our apparent inability
age Ogden said, and there are three 'He the committee WM encouraged table aw.l: ....,... *f .....- t.y55u5.llh, nofti.. ....w... .Ml
distinguish our needs from our opening available to scout: who c...",, ".,. .... M MkoralM. .. .r* Mfor ..( ..... rJI *oooooMotlo. .. ._- 555
Funeral services for Mn. Susie wannee Funeral Home in charge, greeds. will be at least 14 of at the response to Its ,... Mo...... .( IM. a..rd.1: Coo.l. trvl. .. r..l ...4k ---' wr.$,
years age ... .
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Co lo rooo4v MMBOBMtlo
efforts and that and > b, \ .f Llr.
more Cup lib for
more laws
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Artella Clark
of
Jacksonville
were Survivor include two granddaughters prior September 1. Uo ... ., Tkro. TkooMo4H. B1. ,. > portoi of Uox orior t 4 Law.
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held here February 20 at the Mrs. Mary Rosen- No.1 citizens were today evidencing an I ..4ro4. No/l.. In that the final .. W rM r* usual tmttl 1. T ..," .. ...... ..4tk
Interest .f.
seeing **
Chape 1 of Suwannee Funeral mound, Jacksonville and Mr. ..... W n... .......*. .../.) ........ Gdr.* sad aaSN.._
ed the last And In No.5
Home Charlotte Olson, San Francisco, one year my plan meets not only present needs .|llt....) Dollor w k BOTitk.DotW .ko ...4.. lor Iko. florml row k**<..l*.
J Mrs Clark died in Jacksonville Call!. two grandson estimation is one of the best proposals was 7.800; and the net estimate but provide for the future. ., U.. Oo.. Viands. ..t.ioII. 0.1.. I. l l. .*4 alas S.,iM.kirI
; Jimmy of this! nature submitted .... I, l*... *. l::.. w4 .1 prior *..> .
ever
February 10 after a lengthy ill Wadsworth, Canal Zone, and Joe ] was 7.900. Ratllff said the board has under awed W C-.tf OM .hMhiMn .. T. sal..1a to* MtrrlHM of or-

news She was a native of Owen- C. Smallwood Miami; and a sister for this county. There Estimates for Lafayette County study the committee' recommendation .. iiT1c'h FUHooBf a.n .1.. x.mty fro. tk.* u.**.. Stox.OroM .
l is good mixture of roads and *), or tk* Stolo OororMo t.or .
.' boro, Ky., and a member of the Sister Marie Benedict. a were the same In 1964 u It was In that the McAlpin. ClMlrBMCALL Stow MMMM.. trltkMl ....tH.*
'. Catholic Church. Pallbearer were J. D. HenryLavaughn street in the overall plan. 1963: 3.000 100 more than the Clayland and Wellborn schools be '11UU IM*.
ATTklT'LAVAuaftM *. T. MM 4 Ik. Ckortor MwrMo. usably -
'... The Holy Rosary was said by A. Sessions, Win. Hub- That road connecting Hlldreth I960 census count. closed unless accredited schools A. 'ItSUOM'n *MOMItU** kt*. .* *ll ..._.

I; Father Die and interment "was In bard Oray, Phil Brim L. H. Olll, and Wellborn and the two mil I Fastest growing counties percentage can be provided at the latter two C'-' 004.**MiMMMO*... to* k*i..M Ik** CM for, to oMBooUtrr***OM **fll.

I I the Live Oak Cemetery with Sil-l and V. B. Drown.r connection with the present dead wise in the state accordIng site. kw"* M .. OOXUMU- *o4 .......... k*
t end road out of Lake City are to the recent estimate were Now under study, he said 1* a ,Oft BIDS ... Cttr to OXOOM of ....**..H.I. .
**.M kids will W .....4. N tkBow T. (wrt*. for ftftw. Ill Lea
certainly long overdue. Brevard and Charlotte, both of plan that would reduce the O'- of c...Iv .eo....-' o, ..- tw* kr. Mko..H to 04 .used too
LI r That good road to the Boys which enjoyed a better than 50 Brien School to grade one thru nm.,t 0-." ...... II *. 0-Ch u. ..... of 5 PHI.5.1 w
a A M, M.nk S*. *C 5...... oakassS to .1 e... wkor. Ca
Ranch Is a must U recognized andIt per cent Increase. six with student In grade seven Coo.tr Coortkooo.: Lr>. ::. florloo.or ga.d o. W .t.oo *OOOT tk*-r.-.r*
r la good the commissioner Brevard grew from 146,500 In thru 12 being transferred to OM Motor Orotfo* mt w loo tWo ov M* *r__ *f lIe. CII, of UMJOok.
51.14 ./.. riortoo.f. .
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9 agreed and advanced this badly 1963 to an estimated 171.400 In Douglas where better and more Pw.G.leai .ootlftaoUooo M o* ok. T* oottttfoto. o* kooot mil....
1964. The 1960 count...* totaled I adequate facilities for their education ....... (root tko. toowiMO Coooty ..... .k* P.a.4 .. .*, ....e or .r W.tr. .
needed road to a higher priority. MO o* ,... ,... C:_ W tk* c-... ra .. S P.e.nl w ..... a-.44. sad Ie
It 1* good to see that Duval 111400. Charlotte County had now are or win be con 1.1... Oak rbrtofc.No 5Ides.. sod .I1.1.W Ils, -
18.400 In 1(63 and 19.200 in IN4.Brevard' structed. kids t.i.r .. aftor tko. Itoo .o4 Mad. N .ar .MI w
BUILT LIKE AN Street la to be Improved for this ... ....,.... al5 W u il.iii.... T'". adds.5aMaw... ::--.c:IM.al..al
I I. badly needed along the entire per cent change from Ratllff. Henry Ward. chairmanof awed of c...., c..___ rooorroko bd.Nd -'"'. tor o.,
t OFFICE TYPEWRITER route. April I, 1060 when the census wu the committee' financial subcommittee rlokl t* roo.t ear .-4 oil .Woo MX.dC. :, ... N ....AI
sale 4..1- aid Ie w.._ : T. roM. for. it .koUloc III CJ
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made to July 1. 1964. was n.' and Louie C. Wads- ..4 tooovro1 ,... .IM aI... ...., toter. ......... oa to* rtrvl **..*., oftor IM*
PRICED LIKE A PORTABLE have tat.. .... W .._._ c_..,. PI........ (.. ""' "_, to 1._ ..l oo Ik* fWot
1 County commissioners *..>... -_.. ..... *_ .. ......* TSwd., .tr Ik* IkM ..... to en another good move I think in ........ 00 Ik.. ,,'.!oIe YID FOB ORAIt.ER. .; .t tko MOW ..... ** !*e M4 CooMytllltll.r.
to TO BS OFtMED MAaCN I*. .
agreeing employ competentcustodial ....".
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T* _' itt Ik* CM or Coootr I
help Jot the renovated ITS HERE! THE ALL NEW MF 150 ....1 PriMWN a r, P-d.w4* aa.M..v.*.
Courthouse. What should also be I..., N sabasb r n.... s.1. C.N
t __v'r NOTICE TO SRMIEM tn-rll flioj Mr Fi.ir.1 W 5544.
done U to stop the practice of A_. as too*) W to* CHr .
The S-plow row-cropper of the rugged new Jlawey- Tko Boor ../ hWlou... Nh. Pa.s.1.
providing messenger service for OM c..at,. ,...... .UI ....... C. Mr .4 Ils 11_15.adP5

county official at the expense of Ferguson tractor breed In 4 front-end styles. sold M.I-II.alls Wei. Afr.aN..l. Boor*e.sMe.ROM .,.PI.Uoo. "had.' Ml .M M4*MMi4 tO pC.d-ko*<.*.ab Mo .C.NO Mad.e..k .

building maintenance. If a mes AsaUs. q1, IbUA M ta.NS.I..5 I*. T. ko* r, MK _Mt lib. CUV
senger boy is needed to run errands With new Increued-
PTVY then one should be em ".H-..k. Srkool AooHloa ass .... TWIN :::.ii:... kM* ....:!:r-:.=
System new automated operating ease new oa -- of lie oowr* ... writ.kM .
ployed.
U... 0.... TIu.M., of UM .-. I*>IM UM MM
Much hat been said her about rugged toughness. Call a.. ... acrd of P.I5. 1..N..41wN sod >HII.. MIIH MM of ..... oWtMI
1 maintenance beefed-up power new ..__ c-. .ariaM..r r w a Uoo Mu., to
t and It I is food to see Oo*. riortoo Cba .e a.: Ala... SCU..a.r
1 definite step taken to Improvethe for a demonstration today I All kto for tko. voofcot .* .. .....1.55.u1 b,. a"Uoo wan.w .f W'Sa
of I .>... rn t* ..... lt... 0
L upkeep public property. ... ,... .WIot9, ....... eM .- aH. .. 'h ....... to* CM* I* Kortlrt.l .
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No.2 .... -_.555_ r, .4 I.. P.M.1
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$125 for secondary roads and the oM4 .* u... Oo*. rtorkto. ... MwkjB

mlssloner In whoa district the TRACTOR CO. sd rof Pr.paI .sr 4 Head .. ....,
'- ea-d.. 0.... S ...... A..... u BJARVTT w rtaarCMf
THE road 1* located. after priority one V ...... 514 was ...,.. Mt..4 la-I' dork
la awarded follows: 21S W. STtl ST. 362-2331 _riIta.. rb W eases ed as ..... __ 41.45Morita
I. ..... .
a M.a&ae -
New 2A Beginning at the Inter- ..... Ill as r sod 49V MTUmor' TO VACATt.
CLASSICQ 1- ....*.* .., k. ........ M ..,- _.- RANDOM Lift RCNOUIUCS AND 04a.CLA1M .
rol C-tlooto __ ..... .00ooM Sacs?? Of TrH rOMVTT
I. (o* oot .t ... ofrtro .* MM a.. *. or avwANNf ANO TMt rv .. .. vkttk ..... ..- M .',-......- Awl ro A I'Ottf1Olll of THE OUt
Uoo $--. c-e_ e.IaM.as TCNTUCSIN rMtAO AMD A MAD
by SMITH-CORONA Tenneseal Galvanized koM Ho. k**. *.. <.OOIM MM ..1111to al/ANINC NOehtAsTwsDTN.I-
Roofing ebabw w -.... a ..... -. 5505.N MCTKM T. TOW HJP *
Komfln ..... txtn .wide. typing .Lie forRMM 10 DA TOUCH Ao+NM..l -...... subs .4r ___ OVTH. RAMCot 14 EAST.K .
-- N ..... row rw ... .....
none' COOtJII I. .Ia.55 M C.Mar..54
aid .flc*. A root. VMW.. TK* C...... KM Ct.to It .-* ..- ewes. 5.1b .11. .o of :-. G..r... 44 5..w
II ........ b I fuR wrl '", !bh.leegef. TO. t*> MM(.mow lmltk TI' p __ .4 a 5M ."... elf ... Awl1. \ unS'JXfS 1-M.
..... 1 Special feature make) this heavy duty ... 5*s ..
I .OA |*Mk trk ..... ... M ..Ia44 br
165. ........ lit enllMI1 p..sWs.. TIT Tr.l I.. ..... .. I.ncM .... Ik. eMVrbt... M r.Iw..1 a *. ...... m*. oo oo kor *.joooTtoo a

... THi ClASSIC it it rticio. till A roir. nun* '.tor**! *,*.lr tMcCRlMON'S iLM 1 I I f vtfeV 29 gauge Galranled metal roofing a superior oo-oo" *..551.e.***o>N .G.u.vJ kooo M ek..n* kol awl sae>*. .s-... of.,too...1.5..55:...!.* o. _r-..-..

Mill the Cloud. 12 b rV. .*.t nm.pbM ....-1., lsvu .. ....... .... ee.Ml..l/.s .4/M.IA. t. o>4 to <'OMoftk
/ maowol 1 ps.abb. check "HIM* footwMiHol ? ] quality at a low low price. to* Sill *.*. or *MT. "koooM- IW 5...of*o{5/.taaA.w Pas a.f l.lae W :t:::
5ea
t *o* tor tko .NL. ft .... to ...n ..
C >.ipac. by fr yo.iliig' i In 4ntl1 N ....* too* ...... -.-.. 10.10.il 1.a we "/. of too a"'ofr" ___
II 4..b. t. t..ay 5 1..... ..., 11._
e wg Sin O k. K.yUor4 a Pegs 0g.- j' *a.s MP./ tkin.k tooArokMoM .. .
om>* k* Casaba M4 .1 Wwad -.
tlgnall' *.*. bottom .r.***? T WtorQukkMl .I ,. y T W. B. HOWLANDGROCERY a.bbl Dee.. po.- ., tr.--'" .... ..a4Se44
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Morgtm, ,....... fevcl\\ I*. ......, Ait .._ ... ..Malian.tl.ry ass. .w ", ..r.w.451% elf
bcrtf .. _5as N -... .. =\ .e aW 5-ta 1.as. .
rilmHM Carrying CM ewwwa..6 .
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114
Mayo Road Pbo*.* 362-1235 a4 rw5p a 5 w ." W .f Ptl.. ,.

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( '". Branford Are CernspoD41ot Possible) SY NNEE'EMOdRAT

embers of the School Advisory saying goes T u Pay For What !
m1ttee met with a group of You Get".
ntl, teacher, and Interested This school committee recommends -
last week in Branford. a bond issue In Suwannee of LIVE OAK FLORIDA
purpose of the meeting washeal County to pay for the new schools
a report on what the COm- that win be built. We cannot alt
plain to recommend for down and expect a bond Issue to ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 VOL 80, NO. 42
Branford School. pass. It will take work on the part
J. Fletcher Jr., chairman of of every citizen In Suwannee
?ub-commltte to study the County Very likely many peopleIn Win Taco GarnetBranford
of the Branford School, our county are not aware of News From Branford
'l liiMSded over the meeting. The the seriousness of our school Buccaneers
s p of citizens heard reports needs, and therefore the Importance Win Group
from Clarence RaUlff chairman of this bond Issue. Those of
rthe committee: A. Jack Phillips as who are conscious of these By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Six Tournament For Region SlotThe
vice chairman of the committee needs must now work to carry
; Henry Ward and LouieCmWadsworth. the message ill over the county Fletcher honored At_ Retirement Party Branford Utica blasted their way into the Region
The report that Everyone In this county should Tournament by beating Mayo 59-45 and Fort White 90-43
Gael Branford people heard was want new schools people who do ( over the weekend.
Vera encouraging. not have children attendingschool
|I| feel with the school plant should realise the Import. Branford U disappointed that Regional games will
committee recommend for us ance of good schools. far as the not be played- in Branford
>f school will be second to none growth of the county la concern. Floyd Lay, executive secretaryof
ibis state. We should all be ed. r ''Jla the Florida 1I1tlh School Actlvltles -
Ir: grateful to this committeethe w. In Suwannee County have Association assigned the I Branford .Plays>>
long hours hard work talked and dreamed of new and tournament to Htlllard for the
never ending thought they better schools for a long time second consecutive year due to
Isswa put Into this task. The times each of us want the very best the poor conditions of the Brsn Lee In Region
m jN effort spent In studying ourSchool education possible for our children ford gymnasium. The main objee
problems has cost them In and we should be willing to lion was lack of seating area and
IlIaD ways, I'm sure" no one haaJIIIId pay a fair share for this educa the tile floor. Tourney I Friday
this expense but them. tion. In the week end mimes the
For most of us In Branford and It seems that we are now closer Dues were cold and sluggish The region basketball tourneywill
UN* community what we have has than ever before to seeing these against Mayo. The Dues were out be played In Hllliard for the
1''' come to us easy, we ,hawtMrked dreams for new schools become a shot In percentage In the first second consecutive year on March
; for It. Pe sons ly. I have reality. Let's all join together to I half but still managed to hold a a... Four" teams will make up this
bad anything worth muchI help carry out the recommends-1 I 23-23 score. In the third quarter tournament Lee, Dranford. St
: didn't pay for. As the old lions of this school committee. I the Branford team came In a UtHe Augustine D and B, and Hllliard.
stronger grabbing a 38-33 leadbefore The Branford Boos will meet
the fourth quarter on rush Lee in the opening game Friday
etcher Honored At Retirement Ceremony I which put the Duel out of reach night at 7:30: while hat Hllliard
Mr, and Mrs. T A. Fletcher ofMuiford Presentation of gifts were made C. Matthews president ef UM ls>i,eet.rs AssMluUen K *4 G.aH Btrvlre (hall;;; In the Mlk In the 5 -& win Scoring was tackles St. Augustine D =;-nd B at
were honored with a re- by B. X. Matthews. president of .... BtVMnUag a namWc .f gift t. T A. Fletcher at retirement etrtnttnke held .Ul week In pared by BUI Terry with 20. Andy ,,00 pm in the semifinals.The .
ipjllnn Thursday afternoon in thejHuiford the Inspectors association and BraD,..... In the right ,..... Mr. and Mrs. FVUatr are lduM al the rtrtMUn' held at the Bran- Cheney hand Kim Miller 11 winners will clash In Sat
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Woman's Club Building. Garth Nobles of Live Oak supervising fore W.man's Cub belMlng. Dtmecrat Matt rtt* Ms reception was given by thetepectors' Inspector, Port" White could not even becompared which team will g 0 to the state
with Friday nlitit's tournament to be played In Gaineivllle -
Association of the .
Mr; and Mrs. Fletcher havebeen
Wilkinson, laIlonoreel performance The Dues raced to the following week
Sad Guard Service residents of Branford for Last Rites Held Chuly Branford _.
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a "-43 win and wire never head-
kfletcher joined the Department many years and have been activeIn On Hirtltday
ed. The DUel led at half-time
Vi Agriculture in 19S3 and since community affairs. About 100
Cindy Wllkerson. daughter of
For HewittFuneral PersonalsMiss 4333. and ea-32 at the end of REPAIR SERVICE
It time has been the Inspector guests caned during the hours' Mrs. Dorothy WUkerson of Branford the third period The Branford
charge of the Branford station. from two to five o'clock.
a were held Sunday was honored recently on her team stung the nets for 80 percent
JBpurlng the afternoon, a short afternoon at the Airline Baptist eighth birthday with a wiener Hilda Jones, student at of their shots for the entiregame
pocram honoring Mr. Fletcher The merchant who sane money rout at the home of her aunt and ,
Church for Leonard F. Hewitt, Florida State University, and a .
M held. The Rev. Allen Price of by not advertising also saves mon- after uncle Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Hail classmate Miss Laurie
3. of Maya who died Friday Crswley, A very tight man-to-man defense .
ifw First Baptist Church gave the j by not wrapping! goods that tON
ey up
Guests visited MUs Jones'
a lengthy illness. attending were Carol. psrenU Mr. kept the Indians oft balance
vocation.
be ham sold He is survived by the widow, Susan, and Gina Bligert. Cindy and Mrs Fred Jones, over the the entire game. The Dues stole
r-' Alma; a son. Johnnie. Mayo; a Wart Ann Griffin, Cheryl Baas, week end the ball from the Indians 14 different .
t stepson.' Arthur Fletcher, Perry; a Bherjrl and Beth Suggs and Anna Mr. and Mrs Juiton Rowell times. The guns were loaded .
t NEW NURSING HOME step-daughter. Mrs. Mary Hendrtcks. and Elisabeth Collins and family of Jacksonville and for the flues and they shot EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE
r Jacksonville: five sisters, Donna Rae Owens and Anita Mrs.: Eunice: Crews and daughters hem with Terry leading the way RATES
NOW OPEN Mrs. Ruth Sims Branford. Mrs WUkerson assisted with the party of Gainesville visited Mr. and with St points Cheney 21, John
t \. Lula Shiver, Mrs MM Walker Games were played and birthday Mrs. Wilson Smith over the weekend ny Pis.ell 20. and Miller 14. The PICK UP & DELIVERYAll
24-HOUR NURSING CARE FOR THE AGED and Mrs. Grace Deco, all of Mayo, cake was served during the after. win was the 10th opposed to only Work Guaranteed
Registered and Licensed Nunes noon. Mr, and Mrs. Fasten Bulllvsn seven "loases.
r FIREPROOF_AIR CONDITIONED and daughter of Fort" Walton Branford will meet Le In their JIMMY'S
I Reasonable Rates CWe Will MeetThe i Beach tinted Mr, and Mrs. Worth first game of the region le
and Mrs. Ethel Shiver of '
1 WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION Fidells and Golden Circle Jacksonellle Sullivan over the week end. gained a spot In the region by de- Hydraulic Jack
and
I Sunday School Classes of the First ; nine grandchildren R. M. Chandler\ a patent In eating Jennings M-61. Rout. 1, flow 228
STARKE NURSING HOME Baptist Church win meet tonight Burial was in UM Airline C me.Ury. the University of Florida Medical a BRAHFORD FLORIDA
gay ...CeI" V. rkwie M'-4mBTAKKT. <(
I FLORIDA Jo Ella begin Humphries.at 7:10 pja.The meetingwin r.......NN.N.....N..........N..........................r.................rr.r...........,..................t........................1
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I PACE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 4,1965'

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WASHINGTON Another Livestock Winner Winter Activity I Celt Livestock Prize


REPORTBy In State More\ k

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Than SummerBusiness
SPESS4RD L. HOLLAND A
United State Senator I
a activity In Florida
,.' during last year's winter monthswas
Off-Shore Farm Labor Relief has been referred to the House for (' A
10 cent above the summer l'
per
Still Sought I am deeply disturbed action. //I"" t
,: ; ."" month activity, the Florida State
by the fact that the De- I
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Proposed Agriculture Expert'' '" 'I""I
', i',>;" : Chamber of Commerce reportedIn I
partment of Labor has given littleor ment Station Closings Investigated T1" ,. ,, ,, i its Weekly Business Review I
no relief to the various Florida Last Thursday the Senate j ;
I : ; released yesterday. t
agricultural Interests which are ; ,
subcommittee for
Appropriations t
"This wide variation was the
In such desperate need of skilled agriculture, of which I am chair- I
largest In ten years. In 1954 the
I
labor to harvest the crops before man, conducted a public hearing ''I" .;' seasonal difference was '11 per
further losses are suffered After if; \
on the subject of the Departmentof : t cent but in the Intervening years
repeated unsuccessful efforts to I
Agriculture's announced Inten-
the figure had swung between 0
persuade Labor Secretary Wirtz tion to close a number of experiment II' I and 9 per cent, as the hills and
of the Impracticability of the position -
stations and projects thru-
\ valleys in Florida's economy appeared -
he has taken in the matter, :
out the country. Two Florida 'I"I'I' to be leveling. 1 y
despite the voluminous proof of those scheduled /
projects are among 'Last' year presents an unusual
damage which has been made for shutdown by May 1, situation"; the trade body said, ,
available to him through the cooperation these are the shade grown tobacco : K\ : .
,.,"' tor It chalked up a good summer
of our state's agricultural Insect control project at Quincy, '' "
gain and an even better win
organizations and Individual and the project at Belle Glade for ;\ lr ,; ', ter business. It was this differencein
.
: \!
growers, I together with Sena- experimentation with ramie and I > of which F
rates gain again cre-
tors from other affected states other fibrous plants. Florida's '(. ) i"Z; Z. [\ :. ated the 10 per cent difference. r'r
took the Issue to the Senate Flooron
sizable tung oil industry would be ': "Seasonal' variations data, cal-
February 18 and again last adversely affected If two other ',: culated from bank debits, was
Thursday, February 2iJ. I feel that stations, those at Bogalusa La., available for 1964 for 12 cities
we made a strong case of justification and Cairo, Ga., are eliminated. and 7 metropolitan areas. In the
and need In both appearances
Agriculture Secretary Freeman Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood area
I am hopeful that we will and other Departmental spokes-
winter activity was 19 per cent
be able, through this, to persuade men were the witnesses heard over summer, and lust under that
Secretary Wirtz to recede from Thursday. On a yet-to-be deter- figure In both Winter Haven and
the adamant position he has mined date the subcommittee will Fort Myers.

maintained to the present. How take testimony from other agency "Sarasota' registered 18 per
ever, If tangible assistance Is not witnesses and we may ultimatelyhear cent: Bartow and the West Palm

forthcoming from the Labor Department from agribusiness representatives Beach area each came to 17 percent henry Watson farmer of the Branford area Is all smiles at
very shortly, we shall be At the conclusion of these Lakeland had 14 cent,
per he looks over the Hampshire boar he wen In the Livestock Promo
forced to take the matter
directlyto hearings we well decide that
may Dade
County 12 per cent; Key
tion. Contest this (Photo by Dan
year
the President. To me, this is Stalner)
some of the stations in question West and the Tampa-St. Petersburg
the less desirable procedure, but should be closed on the basis that area both showed 11 percent
we will take it if persuasion fails they no longer contribute to Im more winter business Vo. 1 a Tallahassee hospital.

Presidential Succession Amend provement of the agricultural In- "Orange County registered 10 lies I.P. Phllpot IH and family
ment Approved Although in dustry. I feel strongly, however, .""' :. per cent: Bradenton 7 per cent; Center in Gainesville.Miss Griffin student at of Daytona Beach: visited Met

disagreement with some of Its that these shutdowns should not IZI"K- T ..__ p"....._ -... ,-,,---.'.....r- I B Daytona Beach 0 per cent; Ocala Florida Elaine State University, visited Minnie L. Phllpot and other relatives
details I voted for the proposed be effected arbitrarily until the 4 per cent; and Duval and Breveand Curtis Sunday.
Constitutional amendment relat Congress, which appropriates the Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Johnson teemed to be pirated with the Counties 3 per cent each. Tallahassee her parents Mr.week and Mrs.end. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Williams of

ing to the succession to the Presidency operating funds for these plants fine Duroe boar they received as a winner in this year's livestock and Gainesville had a Griffin Mrs. Mary over the McCormick former Lake City visited Mrs. Lois Williams

and Vice Presidency which and which, in some instances has contest (Photo by Dan StaIner) less than one per cent difference resident of Branford. spent sever and other relatives Sunday
passed the Senate on February 19. legislated them into existence, has : and winter was 2 per cent below
Mr. and Mrs W B. Thomas
al days last week visiting and Mr, and
The purpose of this legislation Is had an opportunity to thoroughly I summer in the Pensacola area,
making prices more competitive a faithful Mrs. Joe Land of .
representative of his Mrs. O. Z. Jones. Mayo were business
to study the proposals. Any stays of
clearly define the procedure by famous for Its tourism.
which the Chief Executive or Vice execution which the Congress may This is of importance to virtually own people, and during his life .summer. Mrs Clyde Griffin spent several visitors In Jacksonville Monday .
every citizen inasmuch as con time he did much to create days last week as a patient Inuuuu ,
President are to be promptly replaced wish to grant must be made priorto
in the event either be- May 1.Pl'ealdent. sumer costs of electricity relate friendly understanding between Name Was ShortenedIn ___________'uUuuuuuu_
directly to the prices the power the Indians and Floridians
in
Petitioned On ResIdual

comes Incapacitated. The
measure companies must pay for their general. His death complimentary 1781 a California townsite
Fuel 011 Imports At the Inspired! -
request of some of Florida's- Industrial fuel. The Secretary of Interior Is news stories and edi I bore the name El Pueblo de Nue- BEGINNING MARCH 4
BLUE LUSTRE conducting public hearings on the torials in many stra Senora La Reins de Los Angeles
residual fuel oil users, I newspapers both
matter on March 11 and at that in and out of Florida. I de Porcluncula (Town of WE WILL CLOSE THURSDAY AFTERNOONS
felt
ELECTRIC ee perpared a letter to the President it was
which note his
all members of our Congressional \
(ARPETS Pflo .TM the removal of these re- passing in the of of Porcluncula), the National Geographic SATURDAYFOR
delegation signed; in It pages the Congressional ALL DAY .
vItF -d strictions. Such action will not Record. says. Over the years the
we petition the President to remove -
Cn.n'. PI..nl FurnltuN adversely affect the domestic petroleum name was shortened to Los Ange THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
all Import restrictions on
Eul U. 8. 1M
., industry Inasmuch as It les.
this commodity as a means of .
Is producing decreasing amounts More than half of all accidental .
of residual fuel oil annually in deaths In the 85-and-over-ag Langford Builders Supply
Florida oysters nearly
favor of other profitable byproducts grow
Low Cost Loans AvailableHOUSEHOLD All more indications group are the result of falls, the twice as fast as oysters from
favorable for removal of appear these I U.ports.S Public Health Service re northern states, reports the State Helvenston St. '.Eo Phone 311-!873
J I Board of Conservation.
'. APPLIANCES restrictions this year, but we can- I I ---- -
not abandon the fight until the
"
\ (TVs, Washers, Dryer, Stoves Etc.) final decision is made. .
Check on our new Low Interest Rate For The Passing Of A Oreat Am-

Personal NEW CAR Needs erican I am among the manyin
Loans For
I Any Worthwhile Florida and elsewhere who
Monthly Payments To Fit Your Budget were saddened by the passing of

ALL FINANCING BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING Seminole Indian Chief Billy Bowlegs First Celebration
Anniversary
III, on February 14, Just three
Come in and talk over your needs with days short of his 103rd birthday.
I, "THE FRIENDLY FIRST" This patriarch was one of the


I'I ,* THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK by have moat whose ever picturesque friendship known and characters I a was fine honored man-I Marcus and Nell Vaught wish to express their gratitude to the people of this area who


I I :! OF LIVE OAK white. He man was and a true at the friend same of time the have helped them to have a successful year. We appreciate e business that you have


given us and certainly enjoyed making many new friends during the last 12 months.


Through your patronage (and with some help from the bank) we have been able to


continually increase our inventory and to secure the type of merchandise that we feel


Thank You will please you.

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,. ""c'"r' We have been sincere in trying to give you friendly service, that would make shoppingat

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t our store a pleasure. .'

For The Fine Manner In 'f' l.

Which/You
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1' TfReceived. t "V Us And Our Product o Register For Free PrizesWe


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I .' In The Suwannee Valley Area. invite everyone to help us celebrate our first anniversary by coming in during the


I month of March and registering for free prizes to be given away at a drawing on Sat-


urday, April 3. Register as often as you like, without any obligation to buy. You do

REMEMBER. YOU ARE ALWAYS not have to be present to win.

RIGHT
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g With Suwannee Dolomite Prizes Te Be Given Away Are :


,- Philco Stereo
,1 Transistor Radio, and a Hair Dryer.Some .



, .' of the brands of Spring and Easter lines now on display at Nell's are:


Produced Locally By -

PEMAY MOJUDNAHAS.

CUTLER CATER FROCK ''VICKY VAUGHN


', {Suwannee Dolomite And: GERTRUDE KINGSTONKAMPTOGS J K.' C. BOYSWEAR


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\ Nortl flortiUtt Only:.Prdiluctr Of Quality \\\folomti ,
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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA m PACE__ _ELEVENWOMaN _n


' 1 1 (9fg t& I Miss Betty Lmc Ross Levin McCU ers Is Pine Level m


RIF"h.\ \' < 1 Jax School Graduate

\ 1p Levis McCullers son of Mr. and i Mr. and, Mrs,. Omer Wall Of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holme
Mrs J. U. McCullers of this city Cincinnati Ohio, and Mrs. Kathy were supper: guests of Mr. and
I Ya1 graduated In December from Hatcher and Mrs. Susanne Ken Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday
Jacksonville University after completing drlx of Alpharetta. Oa., spent night.
seven years of night Wednesday of last week with Mr. Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor school, during which he mastered and Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr. was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs
a four year college course and at and Mrs. H. M Moore R. W. Moseley Sunday.
I the same time maintained a high spent a few days last week in Miami The Community Sing will beheld
I
Presbyterians Hosts Here and There : standard of proficiency In his job and Pompano.Mr at Pine Level Church Saturday -
For Charity Group h, I" assistant regional auditor for and Mrs. Carl Treuler visited nlsht. March g at T:30. Everyone
I p, State Farm Insurance In Jack Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes .Is Invited to attend.
W. W. Hunter presided
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hair fir.. sonvllle. Friday night. U.
meeting of the Associated b
over the of Tallahassee and Mrs. H. H. A native of Mayo. McCullers attended Ray Fortner spent Wednesday
Charities Thursday February 23 Hair ST.. spent the week end In and graduated from Su night with his parents Mr and Soil Conservation! Body
when the group met with the Jacksonville with Mr, and Mrs.I' wannee High School and was employed Mrs. L. P. Fortner Will Meet( Here
Church Friday
First Presbyterian as Chester Bedell. i 4 by State Farm In July Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes
hosts. The devotional was given Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Griffiths I ,. 1054. shortly after graduation spent Thursday with Mr. and The board of supervisors for the
White of Suwannee River Soil Conservation
Rev. Raymond
the "
by and When Mrs Ernest
children. Lynn Lisa Bradley McCullers began this long Holmes.
. St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Brock and Tools of Jacksonville "1f ',! program of educating himself he Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Fortner District will hold Its regular meetIng .
; Mrs. Harold Granberg reportedon visited with Mrs. Griffiths parents said he held no hope of graduation spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. March S ., 3:00: p.m. In the

cases for February.It Mr. and Mrs. R. A. WU-i I ,1// but with the help and understanding B. P. Hayes.Mr. Agricultural Building Chairman
J. Dan Ross said
here this
week.
announced that world
was Yams of near Live Oak over the of his family fellowworkers and Mrs Drew Holmes
day of prayer would be held at I week end. and supervisor he was spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Slated for discussion! at the
St. Luke's Episcopal Church onnld.y '. ': I able to graduate R. W. Moaeley i meeting are arrangements for
at ten o'clock with all Invited "" the observance of Soil stewardship .
f. He now plans to alt for the Esther Anden spent Sunday
COI1In-talll Will ,< Week which Is to be held
I to attend. .J
Certified Public Accountant with Marcia and Denise Moneley.Mr .
a n exams the last week In May, and the
Meet Friday Night In May His degree and college and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited
land Judging contest
has
j Ij i )(rs. Lee Gardena Friday evening the contestantsIn work was In accounting. .1 Mr and Mrs. C. D. Clark been rescheduled for March which 30.
s the Live Oak Junior U. Tuesday nlahLMr. .
} Woman'sClub -
{ Circle Hostess
Sewing Contest will and Mrs Leonard Beckner
meetat
Mrs. Lawrence Lee was hostess 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Rich Club Member Enter and sons Orrg and Eric, of West Card Of ThanksWe
to the Redbud Circle of the Live Capell. Hollywood spent Tuesday and would like to thank our
Oat Garden Club Inc. Tuesday The winner of the contest will Slate Dairy ContestSix Wednesday here with Mr. and many friends for the cards, flowers .
night February 23 with Mrs. Jack represent the club at the district Suwannee County 4-H Club Mrs C. D. CUrk.Daneing visits, and prayers during the
Oarrett and Mrs. H. W Lewis as meeting to be held In Perry on members participated in the 11th Illness and death of our loved one.A .
co-hostesses. Wednesday March 10. annual state 4-H dairy show at ) Student To special thanks to Dr. Sotolongoand
Mrs. M. A. OUara opened the Entering the contest from the the Central Florida Fair at Orlando the nurses at the Suwannee
meeting with the Oarden Prayer. club are Mrs. Capell. Mrs. Wayne Monday I'rwrnl Mullet Here County Hospltsl.
Mrs. Everett Williamson, circle Long Mrs. Ernest Sellers and In show competition Joe Hatch Ballet students of the Marllynn The Family of
chairman presided over the business Mrs. Charles McCrlmon. Allen Howell' Christy Howell. Bird School of Dancing will present Leonard F. HewittIf
meeting. Judges are Mrs. Earl Walther V and Jimmy Parker received' red Swan Lake a ballet. In the
Mrs. Donald Burch gave the Mrs. R. C. Brock Jr.. and Miss Ida ribbons while Bruce Ward and Junior lllih School Auditoriumhere
program on "Bulbs". Jo Harrison. i VIa Miller were awarded white next Friday, March 12. at
Refreshments wen served to ribbons. 1:15: p.m. you wer born (In
the 20 members present. Allen and Christy Howell and The ballet Is under the sponsorship
Pine( Grove Club Jimmy Parker entered group of the Girls Club at Bu- March of an odd-

Gleaners Class Met Met With Mr*. Skern competition with their Jersey wannee High School.IJAK1NO numbered year, renewyour
heifers and placed tenth. County
Mrs. Bob Skeen was hostess driven licenso
on
With Mm. CroweMrs.
groups were composed of three
February :22 to the .... the FOR
Pine Grove Mrs. Curtis A. Bass el Uve Oak. .ntH enf agnnea animals
Arthur Crowe hostess of the same breed fromat this month.
wu -Club with 12 members and Miss and appreaehlag snarrlxe .( her esai bier. Belay Law, te Veraea least two different famUlttna.. Birthdays, Parties And
to the Oleaners Sunday
Ida Jo Harrison present. ef Live Oak. The .
School Class of the First Baptist C. II" sn Mr. a. Mrs. CarlUn Byr4 ab> Weddings
Church Monday night the Mrs.meeting.Ned Delegal Mrs. L.presided F Williams over bride U be b the .....,., ef the late Carl A. .... Mauve to purple colors are fsll's HOT DONUTS ALL DAT Ree e. Brown

Following the covered dish supper gave the devotional and Mrs. Harry Both Mb Ban art Mr. Byrd are "...au. ef Bawanaee replacement for pink. In mohair LIVE OAK BAKERY

the business meeting was held William led In prayer High 8 with Mrs. Ilayden Smith presid The demonstration. "Window C......, ef Uve Osk. Mr. herd Is eoipUjrtd by Mafre> evening crepes

ing. The devotional was given by Treatments For Tour Home" was CMutrerUm C m/aay. Ins* she .f live Oak.
Mrs. H. J. Evans.. given by Miss Itam.on.IWtrMhment.a"N The wedding will W an event .1 May 21 at 2M ...... .IB the
.
served at Mt. ZIe. Christian Charcfe. The recepUMt will be held. st the hme
All kinds of liver are excellent the close of the meeting. ef the bride. The Smart Place

sources of good quality protein. Mrs. H. F Wiggins will be hostess Ne InvlUUans' are king seat bat sH friends and reUtlve e f

iron riboflavin, and niacin. to the club on March 22. the .*.... are Invited te the welding and ..-......


Hobo Party Given (llr Mn.( MeNeill I To Go.
.
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick Mrs., Daft ),( ".U1. secretary of Kent second.
Children's Work entertained the Acting as Judges lor the contest .
primaries and huuors of the First I were Howard Wright Joe
Veneer One Two Baths
or Methodist Church with a Hobo I Stewart and Russell Avery. For costThings

FHX"or Party Saturday afternoon from I Punch and cookies. were served
CONVENTIONAL four til six o'clock on the church to Chert Ann Wilcox Sara John-

Financing groin ton and her eouatn. LM Ann MG-

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Janet Brouthton and Becky Donald. David Brabhara. Rods T o Fay!
OiU. game captains led the children Medlock. Cheryl and Jackie Kn.

Located In Edgewood Subdivision. in several games concludingwith Mary and Susan Drown Beck I
a peanut hunt. Winning listen. Cheryl Moore, Russell 00o 3TOabS QUANTITY RIGHT .rmlVrD
SELECT YOURS NOW prier for finding the most pea. Sspp Charles Locks and Annette 1 I MICH' GOOD THAU MARCH sWI

nuts were Becky Hatch. 8mn and Susan Boatrlght were. .Hut ....... w6.. _rn .1 uuI
Contact Brown. Bheryl Kent. David Brab .
ham and Sara Johnson.

W G. MULLINSPhone Boys chosen as beet dressed Talkative People
boboa were Russell Sapp. first Alaskans are among the most
362-2057 place and Rodte .......k. second! talkative people In the world,
place. Girls selected were Mary averaging Mt telephone calls each
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I II I (Winner In Livestock Contest ,, Florida Abounds In Plant Life; Over 3500 PlantsGainesville I


February 22 For a state that 'ia not elusively in Florida. He offers for only a few boon It Is a clear Not many people ba-\ seen the

mountainous, Florida has a great variety of plant life, sec I I these rare examples to those hardy beautiful blue flower on a lone beautiful blue flower

ond only to California and Texas. enough to go out and find slender stem about 12 Inches long. ConradIna grandlftora a little

Florida has approximately 3,500 different types of them. The flower has six petals and is a blue flowery shrub In the Mint

vascular plants) which include everything from ferns and Bartram's Iii described by member of the Iris family It Is family found In the sandy pine

flowering plant to trees.. A vascular the great 18th century naturalist very delicate and literally meltsin areas along the East Coast from

plant is one which has a weD cotta but a routine check at the for whom it is named. This flower the sun. Bartram's Ixi (Sphen- Volusla to Broward County. The

developed system of water transport Herbarium found it to be celery I'.disappeared after he described It, ostigma coelestlnum) grows in' flower) Is half an Inch across on a

seeds" but one early bird years later discovered wet flat woods country in Baker.; three toot stem. It has a mint

Dr. Danleld B. Ward.. assistant According to Burcn 10 per cent i that the flower bloom Bradford Clay, Putnam. Union! smell when crushed and Is similar I

botanist with the Agricultural Experiment of the states Flora are found ex-I appears only at dawn and lasts St, Johns and Duval Counties I to the Northern Rosemary.

Station who I* also !In

charge of the Herbarium Is working I Muggs and Skeeter ;\

on a "Flora" for the state, '
A "Flora is a published syste WHAT Dols YURP SAY YnUaAMWEYNAMED NO'! awe ..Intl RAI.MAMN \
matte description of a particular r loufa MAKMa auouLD A eutvEVal ruc WAITN IIE SARKS.. N0." HIM AFTER THE COUMDj* JUST CLYDE I
DoGSvvu
Florida Is the only] Tot 'Bo 'sCW'T HE SAYS HE MAKES? HIIOOGIAAMMI
areas plants. 13Ee6144 510 Al Li. '_ II
state left that does not have a / yARpNUNr 7' 'YURFI'

"Flora"' However. Dr. Ward Is In whit
1
the process of compiling a checklist 1

a simple Hating of all plants > x L"Awes cow

d r.'r found In Florida. In order to com- JAM ,, .s,+. 1 ?e ; -
plete the "Flora". He expects to y ,
p 1'N have It completed In the near a :
future. e.

Derek Burch. who Is graduate I
assistant to Dr. Ward. .says that JIj11 ?tI 1' 'k

the Herbarium Is the' depositor ... 1 1.1

of all plants in Florida, They are
1.s \\.1
collected dried pressed, mountedand ..

classified. A major functionof
the herbarium Is to Identify -

plants sent In by people to the V

tune; of 2.500 Inquiries per year. rI For Sale-Real Estate

Dr. Ward adds, "Once we received V11 1 i j I 1, t Oppp1' I

a call for an Identification of IIITY FARMS HOUSES
some seeds found in a prison inmates -
ACREAGE IgTB'PAUL
lv pocket. The prison officials

bought the prisoner had a nar- A. BYRDRegistered
MISCELLANEOUS tt FOR SALEFOR
LITTLE ADS Real Estate Breker

brought $1100-11800; and In- OFFICE: 400 S. Ohio Ave..
tenors went for $$1050-113. .BIG' RESULTS SALE New and use( Phone 362-1389
bar- pianos. Frier Music Co.. North
Mixed grades 180-210 Ib. FARMERS LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
and sold for BUY SELL .EXCHANGE Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 362-318.
ow' gilts 11031; MONET for your farm operations Bay sad Sell With Confidence
10-240 Ib, animals for lie.10; Whatever the purpose yea will at reasonable cost. Terms ca1J U cab] t:
those weighing nom ztuu IDS, find Democrat classifieds do to fit your needs. Loans up to
!Mr. and 'Mrs. Drew Drawdy received this fine Duroe gilt as an for $1510 tbe Job quickly and wen, 7 years. Can North Florida Production FOR SALE AU Sizes of tar

award for placing In the Livestock Promotion Contest this year. Hogs weighing 160-180 Ibs. Credit Assn. 8. Ohio paulllns, guaranteed not to leak FOR SALE:

I (Photo by Dan Stainer) might $1555; 140-180 Ibs. sold DEADLINE FOB INSERTION Ave, Live Oak. Tel. 362-2588.abc-tf Ottls Brown Motors. edjj U 80 ACRE FARM fenced 3-bed-

for $14.29; 120-140 Ibs. went for 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays e USED MACHINE: SALE: Used I room home. 354 miles from Live

$1405: those 100-120 Ibs for LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Singer portables, start at $905 Oak
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF $1410 and those 80-100 Ibs. for with VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
; 34 cents per word a Singer Co. Lake City Fla. Cal
Machine..machlneless. and cold 40 ACRES WOODLAND
TilE 1395. minimum of 100. 752-4081. cabs U

I Most sows, 180-800 Ibs, brought (All claMlfleda most IN paid In.dYlDCII. wave permanent given. Ope- $ ACRE: no szsrrr, highway
Suwannee Valley Livestock Market 1280-$1430 while boars sold .) raton Annie H. Mills, Myrtle FOR SALE: One 14 John Deere frontage

from $7.00-$9.(0, mostly $8.80 up. ONE WEEK FREE Mills, and Mary Drew tractor and all equipment Including

One stag brought 1175. Classifieds ordered for five Boatrlght. Manicurist Ruby power saw. Bargain MODERN 2-bedroom home brick
Sales at the Suwannee Valley tenor animals in this grade sold Sanford at Annie's each Thursday Call 362-283S 863- nice
Medium and good feeder pigs weeks, ran the lost wed: free. price. or veneer location terms.,
Livestock Market were up slightly for $900-$1050 for Friday and Saturday. 2743. caJJ U
under 70 Ibs. sold $1425- $4.99 will pay for a 19 word
February 24 over those of the One low choice calf auctionedat 1825; those from 70-110 Ibs. for advertisement for five weeks. cult! UODI'JUfbedroom home

previous week. Cattle and calves $31.00 while good grade calves '1 .60-$1800, and those weigh- Use Snwannee Democrat CUuwl- : FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer terms.
sold were 174 up from the 118 sold for $1600-$2000 standardsfor chain saws, parts and service ft.
; Ins from 110-140 lbs sold for nods for Proven Remits. For Information can
auctioned the previous week and $1900-$1875; utility animals $16.50/ -$17.75. ANY TYPE Logging supplies hooksv clamps, PAUL A. BYRD a
hogs sold totaled 735 comparedwith I = ,
bows bars and chains.
---- Repairfor
687 sold the week before. FOR RENT MEMORIALM most small gasoline engines. 406 South Ohio Ave. ''f

Trading was active with demand A Electric: Service Co. 903 5th Live Oak. Florida

good for all classes. Feeder- Thought For TodayBy A nice house for sale and a nice WORK St. Your small engine head ecgeU

\ stocker calves were steady to BOc BRODT C. HARRIS 2-bedroom place for rent. Call quarters. east 40-45
higher while all other classes 311 -28311 or 963-2743 call tf DONE FOR SALE: OR RENT 7 room
both slaughter and feeder-stock- "HEW NOT TOO HIGH LEST THE CHIPS FALL IN THINE FOR BALE! : 10 tons Pensacols frame bowie located across.
er were too few In one or both EYE. FOR RENT Spaces! for mobile Granite Marble. Bronze Babes hay in bale. $30 per ton from school in Branford. Can

weeks to accurately test price The desire for self-Improvement and the ambition homes. Plenty of room. Nice Phone> 362-3333 J. W. Wallace phone 362-1470 935-4441. pdJJ 38-43
.".' trends. I which carries us to hither soaU are vary rtaxsea- and clean. food well water UVE OAKMONUMENT CbJJ 41-43
II vary drives unless our lives are to degenerate to FOR BALE: OR RENT: A
Eighty per cent of the Supply Lake for fishing and ..w1mm1nI.Morran' small
lack-luitrt existences, devoid
: of color and Intereit CO.
Take up payments on brand
new 3-bedroom house. Has natural
Trailer US BO
cleared to feeder-stocker accounts the old Park.
: as proverb suggests we must not
I b while nearly 60 per cent of the !1 ;* :.ev'h ." Welt Live Oak. Florida. Phone Homer Sanford Rep. demonstrator Zigzag sewing gar eomrkcUO s. Can 33.3641

I '1 total were calves. 1 We must t1'1110. to move too far and too fast, 362-2016. pcfdj 19-1 machine.: Was $9940 balance after B:30 PJO. cbJJ 4M3
I Standard and low good slaughter aT: ) The milestones to success In our particular goals now only $37 88 or $5 00 monthly -
steers sold for $1600-$17.75 '." are met and passed only when we are personally FOR" RENT 2-bedroom downstairs INCOME. TAX RETUKNa payments. Can the budget NICE HOUSE 7$ acres of land

while utility animals went for equipped In terms of education experience and apartment and 1-bed- Individuals Farmers ft Business manager collect: at EL 31232.Wa -Soil Bank contract North
\ maturity to meet the challenges posed by each new room upstairs apartment. Call New Forms This Tear Also finance our own. eabti 42 of rock mine Priced right
$14.00-$16.50.
Q ( milestone. It only follows that if we hew to high
and
3622208. call tf on food terms Winston
k High cutter and utility heifers 11II the sharp edge of ambition Is Flood Damage DeductionBROWN'S -
our likely to be FOR SALE!: Good blooded Bra J. Rogers Realtor, Phone 343152 -
!Ji; sold for $1300-$1550 and cutter 111 blunted by adequ quipped of meeting FOR RENT 2-bedroom furnished BOOKKEEPING: gle hound popples. Can Ml $. caJJ 43
challenges for which we are not SERVICE
and utility cows brought $12.150-
; house at Suwannee 1881 or 362-1881 CaJJ U '
f $1400.Utility. FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor Sprlngi. Apply at 207 Heh n- $ Mile Out Nobles Ferry Road (Office l-vpH-a at McO1.Y.Yt

., I and commercial bulls stop 8t. or phone 382-2835. P1J 3 -43 FOR SALE: Regular slsa electric ;

sold for $1500-$17.75 and a few Suwanne. County Residents caJJ U hot water heater Works

cutter bulls cleared at $14.25. VIVIAN WOODARD Cosmetics perfectly Removed to make HORNE REALTY CORP.
I' Standard and low good calves BRODY C. HARRIS FOR RENT Furnished garage now available at Daisy's Beauty room for larger one. Price $20.

I brought $16 J5-$17.00 while utility apartment. 2 bedrooms. 103 Shop. Highway W. West Phone See at Bachelor Cabins on WinderwerdJe BRANCH OFFICE
animals went for $14.00-$!$.00. Shelby Ave. Phone 363-1420 382-1430. CbJJ 41.42 8t between Nth! It* W. H_'" /e.GEORGE .

J. Good feeder-stocker steers went SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME UrL L. M. Kent poll 40-44 CAN'r Bottling Co. and Gulf Oas BtaUon. B. DEES
SLEEP! .
: for $1$.00-$17.25: standards pbch 43-43
brought $14.50-$17.00 while a few Licensed Funeral Director CABINS TO RENT Budget NERVES: JITTERY: ........
arrangement. Lights, water lin Need tranqulllslng Tiny Yellow BUILDINGS Butler an metal,
utility sold for $$14.25-114. 625 S. Ohio Avenue Phone 36216MTRAILER
Utility and standard heifers ens. Oas for cooking heating, DORMA-RE8T!: Capsules can help panelframe buildings and sheds.
LIVE OAK FLORIDA
I and hot water. Showers etc. Ideal for shops,
sold for $11.00-$16,60 and one Inferior you sleep better Keeps you relaxed storage, equip LOTS
went for 1200. Private refrigerators. 303 Wine Free from tension. Mil* ment. rU. DRAIN BINS But Small Down Payment ,

Utility and standard cows PHONE 362 1234t't derweedle St. Live Oak Be lions have been sold. 24 Capsules let bIDs and drylnt equipment.SPRAYERS Easy Terms .

brought $1380-$14.00 while In- tween Nehl Bottling Co. and the I $4o. Available at Live Oak Drug : -Uarrath ODe and City Oas. Sewage, II

Gulf Gas Station. I''Co. pejj 41-45 two barren sprayers with J* Ekctrtdty.. AvJUbia0ACRES'LAND
pbcb ..-42 point hitch galv. dnuna. swivel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE oar ..* tw. ,'letk In tk* .rtnrmm *va-n still 1..* a* epp.rt..ltg to
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND sold ? .1 the the *: al this, tnnllnc.Cltf ; FOR RENT One furnished 3 row crop drops. Can T. E. Me : !
ro SUWANNKI COUNTY. ru>aIDA Tm *rrr b..rt Hnn n'I.IIL"f* ()*...", HELP WANTED Can I>>-tJ02. Branford. $5 Acres In Cultivation
S.wtmiM .. riorM*. I will .0 0.. City ./ U.. 00.... FlorIda bedroom house and one 3- Permanent Wale clle
FlonMr-njrlraUx I"..."..., hi.rtelatlff for Ml ted .all r.) la tk* highest. kliMilot VWM' Nuts Pf"M"1Har furnished CaD pfcb 42-4
room apartment
..... ta .heed, tk. M*>.. 4MrtkiirPrtr. .ATTEST Nice BuildiB 81..
WAITRESSES WANTED
t .a u tk. ,r--rty ul MM 4*. -.y W. '-.. Cltf Ctrl N3-2653. West 6th St, Live Must PRICED FOR QUICK aLihon I Ml. from TownOoodOradd
I'' ll.. Oak lUM Cewipaay, hMfesd.e. .. fmdtnl to att.ryr sold. .essl3.n. ..... Oak. c.il42 be over 21. Apply In person be RENT, House to Pinewood Sub Road
DUll MCALLISTCaSkirirt
teem the boon of .12 at $8000 1/3 DownfBETJROOU
am. -
NOTICI oNotlM 'HEEIFP't 5ALI
*l I IN THE COUNTY JUDCK-3 COURT division. Can
I I* !-- U. I DuberleC.ul.t.r ....... cast. Flr<4. IN AND FOK SUWAMNEK' : CO (NTY.rtOMIDA. FOR RENT 3-bedroom house Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake 3C33UO.pbjj -
\ ah.rul.0. (........ l nstl.YIorld. ...U IN PROIAiino and 2 acres good garden tf 41-43
space. city
!. eaej
cedar sad kvirtu *t a ..... HOUSE
US Tk f
.1 ....ntlon litivtofor- I...... ..! ., She. CALL rOM BIDS LUCT HALL kKCULLOCH.* Ii Available at once Wellborn (Rene Tatar Safe-art---) Morn PlnlslM-J
j above mtltl4 .-.n. Ia the .*--. rM Tk. PesoS *4 Cwnity c-.I..en.. I Fla. Call 363-1343. ecJJ 43-44 CURB HELP WANTED NOW. FlnaoetnAvailable To
.. TO 11011011
MUM bev. spect. followlelprop.vty. luw.nn
CMBI- Nesive
.lt..t .i>4 ...1., ta S.. .Ml-4 k4 until I:1:.; M the: T. All NOTICE Creditors ..'. p_ Hold I Age 13 to 40. Apply In person.A Right Party
Mil** C* t, Floti.: t-wlti Ill dug of Hank A. D. I Its, (or" ",,.|. elo''. III' o-.a. Agss.t lest m..n. FOR RENT Cottage-apart W Drive In. caJJ U For S-Ral Estate OOOQ Loea&klftfMOt
i : 4* MM*:U futloII, Tia, E11L. 5.... .M. fr tk* ..**.*-* C*..lC T** ... *ak Wm ar* kvrkaatr ment furnished gas beat eke
ecu > sent ..rtko..* M ._1f1M ta the ._I" .. fW tad _..... to pr-aral so, .lal.. Ken la good health minimum
I I. cans In a-tllo. V, Tig, ."1.I tI.... All ...._... k4d-r! M. r Ml.. .*. .. Ma*. whet. r- .> *Hk-. .f -- trio kitchen carport Privacy FOR SALE Modern t-badrooa -
I Wtt *( SWW .f 8W'4I S Ml .( i-MlftMlloM from L...nik. mar k- rudest the Kalat or LHJl .., assured. Two adults only. Can education tth grade, age 31 to borne carport central tteei.
Ile es M l. Kwllwi IS. Tli. tUB.NWH A Hahn., Clrk I *f Ike Clr..ll: Cnrt. taM ., 30As:
MfC-llMk. 4.-.I.4. old $$. Contact the Personnel De-
NE's .1 NWN Y4 NW's ,i Live Out. ....rI... Tk Sr4M.r..* C-....'. to tk. O ar Jw-. ., Sawa*. 383-1144 after $ p.m. or week Near schooL Large lot J. & Partly Colored
..< Wtt .l MWA* W are rl-kl I. 4..... Inm ..... Hit ... partment at Sunland Training
a** Darer, ri*>.*.. .. kl. Ncx.M : IIM*>. *>4 I* calve (*riMMtlM. ..4 I* Cart HWM. ft tM al UOak.. Center. P. 0. Boa 1150. OalneevtlJe -
I the l the ..... ._.. .. Cc-r. -43 Fttte PMktMModtrB
ro rt. nisi us, sod .11 bide M4 _" "1 fcLAVAUOHM riart**. Itkta Hi ; arMalk* FOR Phone 343-1413. pdJJ $
4-fnd. l, sod .. RENT 6-room furnished Florida. d1131.44
> that tM Ilk 4- .1 A. SKSHIOMS fr-. the 1... .l the flnt MaH-aite." f Batft
Nsruh. 1111. klwii she kral Ian *lMl Cluck *l tk. Clmll" Crt tie. B*!!**. Pert tlaUa. a* ***Mia4 .kailk house on Oarrow 8t Phone 3633347. FOR BALE: 80* acre farm 3H 4 an. To Chvrclias. Sleeve
*, M.d/.lv...... .s'.le.b. hi the (.-* ......M C..ltT, rl. s4da ta ..rI,.... ta d....-.... aa4 akallUl cbJJ 43-43 WANTED Waitresses. Apply al 13 ML To Live Oak
aa41 ewe lock la tb..rw..s. /b41 tk .la .d aa4 muse sooth of live Oak ea US
** raMa-a post
m ..M sup. at tk. raat Dear al the. aftlM .Mrw. .f the .t u.o. ... .kaJIk Dixie Grin. eaJJ U 12*. See Area W. Harts R 4. WMt- loa DownFOREVER
T-air-rarr Crt yle.* .ta LI** off. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAIINO TO ..es t* kr the ..-a. his. _! ROOM FOR RENT Near City Easy: Teems 0Ia Balantf.Jvtl.g
f-r..c-:1. -. I will CHANCE TONS AND TO CLOSK per alto-Mr, sad ra k iMat d Box 183. Live Oak. ecJJ $1-43 .
.!::: highest. kkM- CERTAIN ..RElnI011el soy a* *> Hall. Phone 362-33. pal) 42 WAITRESS WANTED-Apply la
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f.. .... ta heed the .**.. 4->.rla4rBrty. ) .. ...*.- elves lk.l '""U. cod sot a SJ tU-4. D.akall HKNIT k* '-** puma at the Colonial House
u tk* yr-awtr *l .... 4-f-a*. k-mrix wtll k. k.M kr' the. Ulr: CMMtlI S/ UIV M. KASRAMKaontr
Restaurant Ml and 1M. No
... to aaihfy aaM the Cl. *l LI-. O-Ju Asset. ta the. O FOR SALE
AiL"iTn.
DUES Sa-rlff Cava a*.H, C4tHall so tends ..... phone cans caJJ U
..:.- ,._.-, ea.aly, t'1arWe Marak IS II4S at isle P. ... fa* the
nrW seesdIo' l.taf. OrdlnaiM' IN Till COUNTY .ruot:1t'S cot11IT. FOR SALE: Frame house an4It"
Man with for wen esUbUahcd
M*. 411 frees SMM a-IA J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE W C-l 40-..*r.lal. se She ,rr.r nOlUDA. IN raosuTKm runabout trailer, and 10np Insurance debit, live Oak area.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUrt |M' AND M.rlk-4. .* kb. ( .. the. Ctty .f Uve imi 'TaMat* .rD Johnson motor. Mar be seen
PON BUWANNEK' COUNTY. rtoii1DA ... Prefer married roan from ace
Oak a>4 soN west k. Wkll ( ALBXANUCa.. she kM-m ..
COUOIATI01c.LAW.. An. .. the Nirtk k. T* amnStrwt. kODiaNOTKt. at 117 Van Burro St. dH 3433403. SS-aa eurtiac income gwrantoed. / t
a s> iCTriT the Kaat k- ..u... A__ ALxANDIa' caJJ U .
.,
Call
ra-4341. Lake City
a 5.4 It. loath b a..oat *Ores. TO CltCDITOM -'. ...." arM* fU SI'.... ., s...,.
lS.IIr1.' Ass taat TMMaa** Sltt (rTkiaiaa T. Al CraaW.l r..1 Ha-W or write A. B. Miner 8r. P. O.
U.t.: A**..* But t. ..u..wt.--*** ... Ctatat w l>.>l Avataat SaM Kata*.- Box 40s Uve Oak for CAN SAW YOU 3S%
p IIYO DA thee pat* at Tk.**>a* Aa a (... m.es- appoint
EVIC5 I** aa4 *ak W y**) ar* kinky aaat.M
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.. Ili... ", nest Slml to TMaSta k* 4 l..4 to jiinat aay *atlMaa4 YOU HAVE AN Bent acts 43-44 1 owes coN"N"o-'L ___ .
.. > *". All ls1.soets4) tEb.s) **j4l pspI. : .,:! vklah -
nones ORUIrr's IAUt irt* *wa-r* shell k**. a* gp.rtu.H, -a' *. ->ay kaMtata** tk* t.ra..1R4Als.sd. : Alcohol Problem 6 coos ran T6HVH HSatf"s asa Nslew
N...** .> Wnto sll..a.a I. Date k* .*, ala. hum a* &4.... Akwaax SALES REPRESENTATIVEWANTED
N.aludso.I-4rM 0 sssrlsois. buseS.cur ** .... feat T aaM c-.. toIk W have Metropolitan Life bus--
wpdso M 4 k. 1rM :( Sat. writ ., .... ...bATWUT ........ *Oaaalr J*.-. .f eJwaCat.. now In Live Oak %bus..... ..dsore.
., .. ...... ... ., V-raar ....... .......... nrUa, at hIs ."...* .. the O-rt ...** IB AA Group ready to has spelling for isNamsn to .......-.........
.... .... .. .
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tIt*aII eta she'
at aaM UOak.. n this salary .IresY felts
,.. kleJ the ,... ; -.. .. .FNry, clip ae.! ....... *aoail :al-aW toaallM traat help you. gneng open 4abanp. esit a5.r.c.. ..r.
Is' = ... ..... Y4I.de. il... !Ii'' ... ttaM .. the {VatikSaatMa. at tk..a depending on kales experience ....11//rr. ..... ... ...
sly
F. t..atw. I Mil. .. lest ...... WRITEP. and ..
** **-M4 *kaH k* -mall flea Uoo to MOO per ssooni WITH custoae.tflVATWies
EW .1 jostle. tv. NOPliwtlsarCs..dl .....IMI ''III ........ ta *....... aa4aVa ..... ....
NH .< iMM T M S-MM is.W tw Crty 11. plss, .1 t..Hs..e ..1 post .1151 O. Box 591. ....UI. Complete: tntnlns; pro toe nstttan aacsnA-oi t9seofofawict .
NTvBk W .1 .....M asO ta l w dfty ** irOajL Ptorkta. W tk* ole aauto s.d .. to grata. Ensur-jooe Proarasa: and
'*> S .-..... ...-* || ..., nil jKkTa r-A >< Tilrk: Coos ata* ..._.. kla ac-at arMray LIVE OAK
--- -'. Owwtr. nwuAt -. 11 A taM.f.U.t \ aaA a"f .**.. ..... .* .. ..... OR CONTACT YOUR 'ProInaCaWId IWaR .Live Oak. Fl .
tkrfrt- W tk* .Ivry mum.. pisses to tk* rtaaiaaatto- aw* a-t a* flM fkalf W ..alkKaiMO MttropoUUa sue, Ml N. Pat :'-
.W.t.. Wtkt: a tk* SS4 .*T ., 'amaoaakif raaiata*. Martk a4 ALSXANBKB4M4 Physician or Minister
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